Lotiiisviïlt), Ky., Marcb 20. The Niishvillo fruin yoslerday was thrown ofl the track by guerrillas, by obstruct'uin.s fóar miles atove Biohitwd Station, and not at YYoodbnrn Station, is previously reported. Tho locomotivo, tender and two expresa cara were inashud. The guerrillas fired iuto the liind car, coniaiuing womon and children. They culied theniselvesMororin's men. The passenger ivturned tho firo, killing and wounding three guerrillas. One passenger ulightly ■vonnded. The guerrillas cnimnencing pnrofing at tho hüad oí the train, and to.k away oflicers' Uu mms, rifted thoir carpetsacks &o. Adaüi.s' expresa safe was robbed nf itB c:n'.entü, but part was sub.soq'iently recovered. The uonduutor rün back a miie to a stockade, and soldiers eama up oo a d.vjble quiek, reunptured the train and drrvo oll tho guerrillas, wounding .suveral. and tating tour prisooar. General Branoan and Lichten unt McKee, who were on tho rear car, were ueithur captured or parolad, but are -ufe at Nahvtlle [The lollowing diapat oh lias been roceived in Detroit ly Mr. rcrnor, duted Nashville, Mrch 20th:] Tbo guerrillas eartured ind dernoli.shed a train at Mitchellville. Mnjor Barry, of Ann Arbor, and myseli' uninjurcd. D. B. TRAOY, Cliaplain.