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W. (i. UKOWIsLOW, Kiith.
Xnoxville, Friday, July 29, 1864.
! disloyal devils poison the air wherever they
I circulate. , Nay, they daily utter lanuagci
traitorous lununo, ibr which loyal men
would ho arrested, or shot down hy theriol.
die'rs. We say tighten the ropes around
these vile enemies of the Government.
loss of Rebel Property.'
Gen. Sherman's campaign In Georgia lias
hecn Vfc'ry destructive of rebel property, hut
A Token of Merit.
At an ini prom j')t.n meeting ol' the em
ployees in the Quartcrmaster'A Department
UNION NATIONAL NOMINATIONS.
Foil rKSIl)KNT IS ISO I, I
AIIUAIIAM LINCOLN, j
For Vjck J.'uk.-mdkxt,
The Latest News. j
We give the latest news we have up to
the hour of going to press, the morning of!
the date of our paper : j
Chattanooja, Jahj 2l. -Gen. Kosseau and '
stuff have passed through here on his raid ;
from Alabama, where he done good work, j
"His command was made up of five regi-j
ments, and started out from Decatur' the!
i Otli inst. Thcv arrived at Marietta on the !
221, destroying two large iron establish-j
incuts on the route; and at Talladega they j
destroyed the railroad bridges, nitre works, ;
and an immense quantity of army Mores, j
They captured' 401) mules, ?00 negroes, and
4 300 head of fine horses. ' At Green Point,!
in Alabama, the enemy, 500 strong, disputed j
Gen. I'osseau's. crossing, and a desperate j
tight ensued, resulting in the killing of i)U j
rebels, wounding others, and the capture of j
some prisoners und three ohMeers At j
Gheraw Station another fight ensued, our J
forces routing them, killing and - wounding j
40, our loss being one killed and one wound
ed. This raid was a remarkable affair, pen- j
etrating the enemy's country in the rear of
Johnson's army, destroying railroads, army
stores, -and capturing horses and mules.
Baltimore, June 2G. Reported, disaster to
our troops under Gen. Averill, at Winches
ter. Our forces are concentrating at liar-1
threatening Hunter are the commands of'
Early and Breckinridge. Disaster to Hun- J
ter is reported, but it wants confirmation, j
Philadelphia, July 20. Dispatches from j
Chambcrsburg say the indications are that;
the rebels are advancing further Xorth than j
3Iartinsburg. Ho many rumors arc afloat j
that it is impossible to ascertain the true
state of affairs.
St. Louis, Ji'.bj 20. Col. Drapers expedi-j
tion has been a success. lie lost nine Union
soldiers, but killed and wounded 100 guer
rillas: Piatt county is fuli of guerrillas:
Fbom the Fuoxt. Wc have no recent j
or salisfactoiy news from Atlanta. We in-,'
cline to the opinion that there has been j
jnuch hard fighting there, and that it is still
in progress. Brig. Gen. Smith, of the 17th :
Corp, has been killed, and Gen. Force, both j
of our side, is said to have been mortally!
wounded. This is.evidcnce to us that hard
fighting is in progress. Wo have no fears i
lor the result, though the news comes inj
elowly. Gen. Sherman fights to win, and j
lie will carry the da. He cares " nothing j
for the occupation of Atlanta, or any other !
city in Georgia his work h to destroy the
rebel army, and this he will do, and as a
matter of course it will give him the towns
and strongholds of tho country.'
Stand liy the Flap.
These arc tho days, ami Ws are tho times
that try men's souls. 31 en are turning cop
perheads, they are going over to the rebels,
and they are acting against the country,
blindly, recklessly, and some, we are sorry
to say, corruptly.. Ju the name of all that
is noble, and generous, and patriotic, we
not as much so as it oughtto have been. Let ; at Knoxville, Tenn., July 20th, lSo'4, it wan
us make them lay down their Vtrms, or else j unanimously -
let US lay th.'il' country Waste. Let US re- j JlrmUul, Tina wc ileum It u Jnt nnd rrr duty to
duco them to nakedness, starvation and v Tm ., 10i. 0. v. I. a. a.u.: m .l-mI.tc!
ruin, if it becomes necessary to -put down : by hi uniform kiiMiniM mui ciu IiawhiI.v i-t-niiitt; twarlj(
' ' 1 i ..... i-.. i c. 1 1 : l.i., - ,t, .. , ..,.,1 ... , I...
I . ( llllllllllip; inr.iiiiiiiiinr.ii.nirf. n nil ( liv I iiimi 11. uiv
eiiwo tiniu. rhuwiii liiaiu ll, in hi iuiun-oi.ro uiili ut, h
guiiiifimtn in fviT iciiif(!l.
the rebellion. . The Cotton States plunged
the count ry into war, and noy let us plunge
the Cotton States into ruin.
i i . .i -., . . i . (hut A'cpt'diiil luiii'iifi', IniiiiiiL' tlmt 1 h iffiillti'iii n of iiir
A correspondent thus writes in regard to I ,imlmil' h)tJtmv uliy , wf(l ()t- ,ha. ju.i
liroiierty on the march from J)alton to At-' nminr, Kooivcd, Tlmt in HimuvriKiutio iniiiw ho nrny
' ....Il.nl in.,, i. I,. WW I,, t 1 1 ... t a
I I.MVI Mg.WM .l. IIU l'll.( tlll-WI ..II.. .1,1.1 ; -
lli,littl, 'J'ih( nit ii inkvn nl' our cii.M'iM, u iln now
ireLiil In iiiui n lino Stvoid, Sii'li uinl i'-ul I . ( . 1 1 1" 1 1 k I fur
The destruction 'of the mills at Kosswell
call upon the real peopk, the true I nion ; proves to have been a very severe blow to
men, who have suil'cred for their principles, ; the Confederacy. In addition to the llour
anl whose sons and de;ir relatives havedied mills. W(-,ri! Vo,y -pleto mid
i. ....... ... f t . ... f i . k. . l .. extensive, there! were large and well a vi
lli the cause, not to connect themselves h i . , . .. J( . ,. , .,'
. . . . , j pointed mills tor the mantilaetiiro ol cloths,
voting, by words spoken, or by association, , Th(l j.,.,,. lnolll,y ,,,.,,,1,, r these es-
with this most unhallowed combination of, niblishments was iiO.OCO yards of cotton,
traitors Xorth and South, now warring; ami ". (100 yards of woolen goods princi-
ujion the Government, under the hypocriti- l,!lll.V Kllt'1' "ol,s i's were.use.l by the army.
i 1 . . i "... .. The machinery, which was of the best and
fill liretense ot u iholdmg the constitution i ,. ' . ,. ,. ,
J 1 . most mi irovcil patterns and inventions, and
and laws. Ot all the iarties that everSvas was nm 0 Jlt jattcrson. Xev Jersey.' The
organized, since the children of Israel di-; mills were thoroughly destroyed. The op-
vided down to this day, this rebel oi-'Oini.a-! eratives, some three humlri'd women, are
- ' ' ' . I .1 ... I . I Ml
tion is a nartv of tho most infamous in-1 ltllls inrow n out oi empioymcni. ani win
stincts, and the most wicked and hellish in
which liic iliiiwiiT nc h j: t'h He pi jmi nml n.ii'lii'iil lnniliC!V
iiiiililiciiiuiiiii no truly int'itt, mill tli.it tli ti;ifpniiir u-!"-lulimm
Im piiulUliuil in ihu. K'rio.wil'.u Wiiij; iuil Khcl
nrii;. J. ma.oxi:ii. w, v.. HAvnisov.
Jl. W. 1'l T.IiV-. AliAM MIKLLAS.
('HAS. Iv WAKlUXlill. JosKI'll l. UHN'SOX.
jM. It. VAX l-'LKKT. ' TI.MoTIIY CAXAX.
JOHN Jl. .Mi lX'J'lltK. hJiWAHU M'OODUIXU.
I.vsl'iiaxck. Wc see that the 'old and re
Jiable J'ltna Insurance Company have again
established their agency here. Persons own
ing property here will be glad to'kuow this.
A word to the wise, Ac.
JS'" The attention of the reader is called
bv sent North, if tht-y wish. It is under-1 to the Law of. Confiscation, ' us set forth
lood that nearly all of them will avail j by the United States Attorney, 31 r. Swax.
Rebels claiming redid-property, would do
well to examine the law.
" the ma HORN, V
O0EKEE OF GAY & GUMEEJiLAND STS.,
WlloLKSALK AM) Iil-TAIL
its crimes. Still more Infamous tire those themselves of this liroixisition.
who sympathize with them, rebels at heart, From the fact that Johnson left these!
without the courage to avow it, or light for ! uiills with all the manufactured and raw j
their vile cause and infernal principles.-! uiaienai accumuiaie-i a mem is evmence
,,,, .... . tlmt he did not retire Irom the Kcnesaw
Ihey are willing to sink the (.over.ment, ,i10 wi(1( J()V lt t,t.in,mttiuI1. Th(l lhot
together with the ho)es of millions unborn. ; :liiu is sufficient evidence that he deemed
to obtain power and patronage. The)' do- his position before. .Marietta que that he
sire the deleat of Grant they pray lor the : could hold.
overthrow of Sherman. Hell is ioo com-1, 'nsideivd only with reference to. the
, ,, , , . .. : lniunes uillieted upon the i.onlclcracy rn .
fortablo a place tor any American c.t..en : t, J, v,lvu,tjU of jovonmit,lt manutheto-1 WiI- COPFMA1T & CO.
who refuses to stand by the old flag. God 1 rjtfs .i W()1.c ,S1,0IS the camiiai-ni of Slier-1 T-TAVB ;1:cK1 VKU A 11' J-0'1' V TIN
save us from the goo.l wishes and the kind man has so far resulted in imme.e irr.cpar-! tiaf'S 'STOtK' "U' 1"q""'U', "1!,""f"l,tl're
regards of any traitor opposed to the fiag aide d.-unago t) the Rebellion. The exte..-! Copper, Brass and Sheet Iron Ware,
,,f m, ,,,,,. 1 : sive es tab ishnieuts lor the manufacture ot I. , , , ., , ,, t.
OI Olll CO!intr . i . . , ... Such as Tua Kuilliw, Stove Hcilor.-. Jtrun) l';i.ns, Stove
1 .. o .. j ordnance, and numerous other nulls and j i;,,t,f ,,, cvcry k',,,,1 of Tin Ware, fi-.m H Tin Cup to
Ti-io l'fxriil'tf iAitc work-shops have been destroyed by Davis j Tin Hoof. ,
JUUt itllilclliuus- ! the uTeat, fouiKlries and iron works at kn.lM,frinr work. will .... l.nv0 U
The following order irom Washington ! Ftowah and Allat.ma by Gen. Schotield. !
has been issued to the Assistant Special 1 and now the mills in which the clothing oi j ALL Kl'l)S Oh -UFPAIIUXG DQVEt
i im. . nv. i . ............. t . . ! 1 1 1 1 ii rin ' .. Ii it luM'f 1 1 l nwii m n lr l h will nw
.vgetuoiuie .ireasuryjH'parimciiiin ivnox-; v " . , WANTI-P-l-o.u- Tin Work,,,,...,
li.i ill.U I IT ill l.llll .111.1 I I l I'lC , ,11 II,. ... ...... '
.II i . ii . f ri ,. r . ' il l.-M M n I ii ill I ill 1 1 1.-5 til i nnu lij v.; 1 1 inv; iuuic
vine, and to all the Surveyors-ol Customs , ,. .... 1 . I
i.l:iivi'twi. . A.r i.- -
strictly, and shall so act upon it, though it I
Will bear heavily upon trade ibr the pres-:
cut. We shall have a change when the!
from Iicsm'"' thus lUr.
Boston Ladies' Scwlns Circle.
new lu'gulations are received, and they are ; of the IJelief A
1 M'Ulifim diKhlird r.i, ,. (.'. lmq.
rnilE PLAINTIFF O.N AFFIDAVIT" SAYS TIIK
i ilolfiiiliint is iink'l.iinl to lii.n nml ilii he tu iiliscoiid
i .i.... i. ...i ... . . . . . ...
At a meetino-of th, KvilnW',,,,,,,,:,!,,,, ' '.. r" ""l1 "u l"' " ""'f
ry ----- - . wilmuluv iu iiiui i
bu oriuiiiiil nltacliiiiuut n.-niit ii,.. ,.:1,p ,,r .Uri
'Association for Fust. TVim.-... ' ,,,,ft:n,,!U" roiHrn,.l,l- l.eloio John (Jaml.lc. JiiKtitK
looked ibr daily. Until the new HeL'tilal inns u .i.. ' !'' 1 L'".l' ,ur lil"""t '""'"'.v. nl HiuK.iufliarinKkii
.-I il uiiaiiimoiisiv
'; luvi,:'1 " I''" Ji'oiiTy: It i orik-i-c.l I,y fnj.1 Justic'u tlmt
lire reeei eo wc camioc grant luriner per-! jj,.,,,? rn,llt . , w , .. , , . , , , ; ,n? ''''niant n.i-..r l.cioro him nt hi ntlive i ti
Jl'.',"ll I Mi J OIL L 11 I .1 ,1 Ml' h I ' ll I II I I'lV'll U
nuts uere,many case wnatever : ito tender the thanks oMm, ,i,.t,in M,. : .,-..tc,nbr mtu ,r u w, .ZuuZ V
Tkf.asuuv )ki'amtmkxt, July 10, '0-i. j Tiekner and liss Lorin" nt'Holon -nicl to 1"nl)e'' "r'll'rt',l hu ,""i'e ,'" vw),vi for bur'
Slf: IJythe recentact of Congress the the ladies of the Sewing 'ircle of the city, ""wwS "1U '"j'Sxmi;! r j
mrchase of products in States declared in i ibr their kind sympathy and benevolent la-! 1 ' 1-1--.. -
.tri't nt lUoiint coiintv, on the Huh ilav of
- 4 - 111 '. . . . J
, . . . , ....... ..v..V I VlLlll 111- I
siuogeuivr jiroiiioueu. ami i oors on neiiait ot the destitute and sutrerii'i"-!
the transportation tit goods, wares, and people of Fast Tennessee, and that this in-! A I "V111'' '- TO INFOKM l!ER FIUEXDS
i l ..... k i'i.-i - ... ii.. i .. i . . ii i null ii n iiii tii ii or iinvri n n. , t .;..:..: .. l ,
I III 'I'l' II ! II III V I'll A I U in IM' Mil t-IITtli.l.itil- 4inl,ilt 4,. 41. - , - ' - I " J niv IIHU II.-
It i t I , V I i : '"r lu MU patriotism ; u. a.rin tummnvet on Monday the Jir,t Jar uf Au urt
( striftftl, and coiihnedtothe'liecessarysip- jand friendship be placed tijiwn the records i n. ' .
i lilies of loval citizens withbi the liins nf'.-ic.. ! nf t Iwi-miiinlit,,.-. ;. f,,t-.... ...,t.. - Terms Per 8i.-8sion of th-iniv.'u-i -...i, iir. mi
, 'II l -'lll v.i iiit
tual occupation by the military foreesofUie i itude, but also of our desire that the memo
United btat-es. . .j ; ry of their names and good deeds be cher-
. To meet the provisions of this act regu-iished and perpetuated in 'our mountain
lations are now being prepared, and uitilj homes long after the garments Avith which
they are completed and put into effect, nid j they have clothed their needy countrymen
you are notified thereof from this dep.-rt-! shall have perished.
meat, you will grant no more authorises j
for the purchase or transjiortation ol" i-o-
ducts in or from those States, nor to trais-
port to or sell within such States any goal is, j
wares, or merchandise whatever, either in 1
der existing trade authorities or otherwise. I
Xo boat or other vehicle of tr;
will be cleared by j'oti or
. ... .",
Jiiut M's.on...u , fl mi
1'i-r Jloiith 3
; P-yniont in ndrnncc.
; Mr. II. ha a 110 US K nn.l APARTMENTS for rent
1 oil the eornur of Chnrcli nml Crooked Mrtci.--. jy21t lt
! Gcwije 11'. Mitkr r-y. Kti'phm 1 Harris
j riMlV. PLAINTIFF, 0 A F l'l DA VI TT, SA VS TIlK
j X derendant in justly linh! to him mill itlifrundii
, Hint tin ordinary proctioi of law rnnnot J served iiioii
hitn, having obtained tin Original AOacliment against the
; MUto of ildfvnrlant. tiinde relunmblo hefofo Tliomas J, .
i Weir, a Justice of the Peace (or UradSey county, nnd the
rri .. ,. it -1 . . " ",,"'sr " levieci on in jiioiiertv : jt s ordered
lite DUl'SUlt Of lie 1V W i-miiLm- m t urn : iV .oii.l .I.ivii.... il... .i..r...,.j..... ...f. ..... i... .. i. . ..
leot transDortatbn ... . . ' . . " v " s.:, ",,r'-',;r. T"' "J n M .u'
J . A iW'hl irom Jlarv and. turns out. to ..sv..t K. ' V l-v: ".v " icccmi..Y
'i hi Miiin.il iu i:,lo ' - iii-Ji, or ir
A copy from the records.
Gko. M. Wiiitk, Siwcbiry.
The Kebel Raid Into Maryland.
Will ll(! lmif'!Kil.il tvill. .,v nH., T !.. r I.
an insurrectionary State with any oqls joeen. more suecesslul than was supposed, j ,ri,cr,-''i dmt tin. notice ho published for four micpcmUv
wares, or merchandise on board, cxcipt'A large amount of the stolen plunder has j WMt,i,fnX,illu th'w II' w'nr8"
Rlloh as liolon." to tho United St:ito! nv oil t . i. . '- : . "' '
----- - .. ... isi-lll ICll-
A Mistaken Policy.
The mistake oi' those in authority, in
East Tennessee, is the leniency and forbcar
anco they exercise towardf wealth, influ
cntial, but malicious traito. Ttie Ciinse of
tho rebellion Xvould decline more rapidly in
ITonnewscc if the rebel aristocracy Were
handled as they deserve to be, with gloves
off. treason is made as respectable in most
parts of Tennessee ns loyalty, and those ar
rogant, insulting, and bitter rebels are made
more comfortable. They are furnished with
protection papers, tlicy are deferred to, and
treated politely in many instances, Where
they 'Ought to be imprisoned, or at least sent
South ;t0 ft?main during the war These
being transported under contract of saleio i , ... . "t n , h ' INSURE YOtTE PROPERTY.
them, and except sutlers supplies, the sh:)-i' 4 . --iu seu-reiy : miin .utsa ixsukaxce company is kow
meat of which you will carefully njstrk-tto ' -',,nst,,(l l!ltJ '" 'uler Early, killing , X ''1'" 't,,h.v uu"' liro hk on lirW-
.i '.... . x , ; .urn i ! u.r. . .t . . I'liriituiara uiuny in
me provisions oi tne present rules and rtj-;olJW) vapuniog -wo, uiKing 4 cannon, and;
ulations in regard thereto. . , ! several hundred-small arms. Tl. v..i.i.. v2'Jtf
Respectfully, ' , ; i,.lVc rcnUv lost more by the raid than they SCHOOL NOTICE.
. . ' 1Anil,NiToN, 1 !,n.i0 .11lfi .I ; i..u 1 , 4 1.., ! ..i'i ,1 . : rpiin rail SoMion oftho'Dnv School conducted 1
Acting Secretary uf the Treasury! I ?, ' ! 11 2 u h0 ln !lM t,a11 . X c. McLKAX. on Summit urn, in tl.N , i'v'wi
" -' , t u j i raids, whether into Maryland, Pcnnsvlva-: ,,t,in "" Monday tUu 22d nf Auiur mm. For 'term
viol iiarncuiar uppiy til Uic tatiioln; t'lmrch.
W. 11. PATTERSON-'Aennf.
BiSrPennsylvania is at present producing
nearly 15,000,000 tons of coal annually, anl
at the pl-esent price of coal must be exactin
an cnormoiw annual sumt
HQ-The monthly jneetiinr of tho Kki,lhl' Kentucky, or Ohio.
Tennessee lielicf Association will take phi
at the' upper room of tho Court House !i
Knoxville on Monday next, at 11 o'clock. J
full attendance of tho members is rerpiestf
as it is expected that there will be some im
portant business for tho deliberation of 11
association presented nt said meeting.
VST Wo call your attention to an adver-
j tisement of J. IL Fisscnden & Co., succes-
sor to V. Temple & Co., which will be
found in another column. They have a
large and well selected stock of Staple Dry
J. A. UElKJUATll.
Miehad Davis vs. Wm. IL Snetd.
TIIK i1iiintiH' makon onth tlmt tlio Jefotulnnt U
imli-liti-J to him niul ku nWomli tlmt tlio orcliimry
jiniccss of law cannot le ft-rvod upon him, having
obtained nn oriirinul nttnchinont niriiinnl. tlm retniV.
1 tlio tlel'mulniit, tnudi! rL'turnalhi" bel'iiro Wtn. F.
Goods, Groceries, Hats and Caps, Uootn i SiJr"!? Ifi 41,0 11'?11"? r,,r, ?Cnox c"lly.
n uiiuv-o, iwiwuo, yuim-ia oujjuv;, l'yc i ohmtwi uy nam duiiicu intit tnc fli'ic.ndiiut npptr
Stuffs, &c, &c, which th- offer ibr sale 1 1,l."fVl' 1,if? at V" "ffi50.1" Knoxville on tlie Oth dnjr
, rn 1 1 , , i JHitt'iiibtT, 1804, or it will bu procccdud with ox
very low. 1 Leir goods were purchased be- imrto. It !h furthi ordorod tbnt thi. ni io i -,,-
fore the late rise in prices, and will bo sold . T UCCCM,V0 weeks in tho Knoxvillo Whig.
JL 4. r,- .. v DV,U This 2d July, 18(54.
at or near the present Cincinnati rate, jy2!Mt pf f s wm. F. SEAY. J. P.