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. j y qAV Y disloyal devils poison the air wherever they i LOSS Of Rebel Property. A TokCll Of )Ierit.
fcllt 'fori-JUnUlJ jwj)lfj. circulate. Xay,.they daily utter language; 1 (;on. Sherman's campaign in Georgia has j At an - impromptu meeting of the cm-
1 . j - traitorous language, fur "which loyal men been xery destructive ot'rel el property, but ployces in the (lartcrmastcr Department
AY. G. BKOWXLoW, Kiutor. i would be arrested, or shot down by thesol-' notas ,mK., so :IS it ought to have been. Let at Knoxville, Teim., .July iWth, ISG4, it was
diers. esay tighten the ropes around i us ma;c tiK,lu j.,v ,lVi-n tieir Virms, or else unanimously
XnoxviUe, Friday, July 29, 1864. ' these vile enemies of the Government. ; ot us jay lu.:r (;(,uutry w;lte. Let us re-: y. ,,, That we .!-..... it j.,t n.l y r-r .i.tt to
r - " iduce them to nakedness, starvation and ? uur ?v?? O xT Zm ,;5tfBt:
UNION NATIONAL NOMINATIONS. Stand by the Fla
i ruill, if it becomes lieeessai'V to-Ut down 'y his unif.rm kimlm;- ainl :tiiiii-.-irmly lniiii: ti.war.i.
' rri , .ii.,. tl, ..1...-. .,.., X,,,. ....... tl... i;,,. ; ,1 i !! mi ,. "... . i i ": l'ulfiiliiijr iiriiiiipii." iluties ;tli njtr; , an!. ;it In;
! -t liPsc are t!ie Ia s, ami ours are the times i 1 o rcbe lion The ( ottuii States tIuii""ed i i- hi-, ..
Foil Pkesidext IN lSli l, that try men's souls. 31 en are turning cop- the country into war. and now let us plunge s-'"i-'"an in i vir n-.-pirr.
- -w -x.- . -r II.! .1 ' l i ? '" 1 .'..,'iv.. That a. u n.'ki-n of our ".ti-.-:ii. iln jh.w
A1I11A1IA3I LICOL, perlieads, they are going over to the rebels, : the Cotton States into ruin. j previa t.. him iiwt,,,,i. Sa-h :.,l ;..!:. T .... Ik-.-I f. r
or Illinois. and they are acting against the country, ! A correspondent thus writes in regard to : l'''-'?1 ""'' '"'i'1"" ''J f " "r.',ur
. 1 iniililal intern. mv r:i;iv Kc t;:i'M' .'1 j.'ia-alitnt'.-.. Al.l
. mindly, recklessly, and some, we are sorry property on the march from alton to At- furth.-r. K.-.-Kni, Timt in wi.au-r. i tat;..-, m he may
Tor Tick IV.KSinE.vr, I to sav. corruptly. In the name of all that .mta. ''I !'"?. " f"'- 1,e " '' "'
i "u i j'-r. i.i- ii i, , . i. iiii.i. viiii li his rliarai ii-ra.. m Lriiili i-:.:)! aii'l .r I' Ot-al lni.-iney-
-v-T i i w i 1 1 i vnv : is noble, and reiicrous. and pal riot ic, we ti,., ,i ,i,.,.i;,.., , c t!i ,;'!. . r ... n '(:'hti.:uu.i. . truly mni:. ai.i iii.it a.- :;r-',-z w
.M)UI'A 'lirsS()N, , , , , J he desti net ion ot the mnl.s t Kossuell hl(iuit ,.e I,ui,li.,lll.,i , Ku.,xxnw. iu-U-l
ok ti-xxkssKK c:ul ujion the real eo.!v. the true I nmn pr.ives to have been a very severe blow to ; ..,tiiHt..r.
men, who have sull'ered for their principles. ' the Confederacy. In addition to the llour- : Ki'i T J. M soXKH. w. k. IkWIdsox.
' " "" .and whose sons am! de;ir relatives have.lied i"g 'nills. which were very complete and. J. 7-' w Sl'lXFl' Vn?"1!'-!-'','
TIIC Latest XCWS. in the cause, not to connect themselves bx ' vSVUsT' '7 T1' V" ' VAX FI.KK'f. Tl.Mo i n V . -ax ax.' '
V . .r:,-,-. ti .. T-.t, t w,. h-.v.i ii t , ii' , , , , ' pointed nulls lor the niainitacture ot cloths. - Joiix II. M-IXIlUi:. KIwak: oouuiX'.;.
Wgie t..e Ltcst ih a, c h.ue up to votlII;,. Py w,.rds spoken. ,.r by assocuttion. Vhe regular monthlv product of these es-
-Jr. i.oaroi going to pivss, the morn.ng ol with this m..st unhallowed combinath-n of n.l.li.hnoms was vards of cotton. rv.,.Ir,v,, xr . t ,. m . 1 .
j , , , . , , , . . , . J.i RAN' K. e see tliat Ine !'! anil re-
..:e uale o. oui p.ipci . traitors jsorth and Nnitli. now warnn"" ami i..(i!)il vanis oi v.-oolen gootls rinci- ,
C.;.,n.tH,.. J.d, -.:.-( Sen. Jiossoau and upon the Covernment. under the hvpoeritb I''y such goods as were used by the army. sr.ra,,ce -rnpany have aga.u
... , ' - .'I li.i- -l i . i t i i- ,t '.. The machinerv, which w:;s of the best and. establislied their agency here. 1 ers-.ns iav n-
stafi r.ave itasseii tnrougli here on his rani cal pretense ot liiiholiimg the const ita ion . -, ,- - , . , i
11 iii i , most unprovetl patterns and inventions, .-uk! ing iiropert v here wi'o l.e r.:r! kmw this.
J--.,m Alabama, where he done good work, and laws. Of a.! the parties that ever was u-a made at PattcrM-a. Xew Jersey. The Aword to the wkc. A.-. '
j'iis command was made up of five regi- organized, since the children of Israel di- mills were thoroughly destroyed. The op-'
ments, and started out from Hecatur the vided !own to this day, this rebel orgiim.a- cralivcs. some three hundred women, are . " . m (
:otU inst. Thev arrived at Ararictta.m the tin is a party of the 'most infamous in- thus thrown out of employment, and will i he attenn-.n Ue va U-r is nu.
... , , . '. , . , ,. , ... . , .' . , U- sent North, if tli-y wish. It is under- to the Law ot. ( oniist-ation. us set forth
L'.'d. destroviicr two large iron estahlisli- si nuts, and t ne most wicked and helli.-di in . , , . , ',, -u , , , . , ,
. r, ... ... . .,, . , stood that nearly ah o! tliem will avail l,v the I nited States Attorney. Mr. Swax.
Tiients on the r-ate : and at 1 alladega thev its crimes. .Still more "nlamoiis are those ,i t,. . ,.r , 1.,.,liw,:1 ,; , , ...
, , ., , , , . . , , , , ....... ...i. .... . j ... licoels claiming reiii property, would d.
t roved toe ranroad hridges. nitre works, who svnipatni.e wit.i tuem. reiiels at neart. ! rom tlie liiet ihat .lolmsoii left these ...
... , t i . , . -e -.' o . , , i i well lo examine me iv.w .
utid an immense ipiantity ot army stores, without the courage to avow it. or ligut lor mi.is wun ad iiie ii;auii!ac, r.iid aim raw
Thev captured' 100 mules, V,W negroes, and their vile cause and. infernal principles. . isi sil -i-Tsi 1 accumulated at them is evidence t , "
., t. .. , .. " ., . . , that he -lid noi retire from the kern-saw T V J )
;. m-ad ot line horses. At drcen loinl. 1 nev are willing to sink the oiverirmnt. . -., , , , ,ri ,. . X it li J ) I V T JL Il.tN,
line wuh anv great de;inerati"!i. 1 he tact
'?i Alabama, the enemy, oOl) stnuig. disj-utcd ; together with the hopes of millions unborn. .,;,. is sllHK.ie.;t evidence that he deemed COEXES OF GAY C CUjIEEELAXD STS.,
' !cii. Ilosseau's crossing, and a desperate to obtain power and patronage. They de- his position belbre -Marietta one that he Wholksalk am IIi ta.l
light endued, resulting in the killing of i)n sire the dcieat of Irant t hev pra v for t he could hold. . f, j, r f1 " rt D V
rebels, woundii thers. mid the capture of overthrow of Shcn.u,!!. Hell i t'oo com- . ''dcred only with reh-reuee to the t ft ft Is li T ! Li 2 U fl I .
. , ... , ,. , , . ,. . . . . uiMiries mulcted upon the ( onfeoeracv rn .
.-. r.i'.' prisoners and three oilicers At tortaole a iilace ior any Ann-riean citi.en , , , .. V. M. COFIMAIi CO.
i ' tiie destruction ot (ue.ernment niauuia.cto-
Cin-raw Station another light ensued, our ; who refuses to stand by the old (lag. (od r;(JS .,,,, work shops, the campaign ot'Sher-' T-T-'V1'' 1;I ,'K1V!:1' A I.A'.n;)-: I.-T of TIX-
,. ,i i -if i , ,i t-i i .1 1 i i ,- i. l i-JL XKU'S S'fi.K K. at.'l an- l i. ;.ti.t ii::;i.r.!artare
:-.'!-.'S routing them, killing ami wounding . save its lroin the goon wisnes and the kind man nas so iar resulted in uniaeiie irr.cpar- uU .nil, 1 1
',').. ova- loss being one killed and one wound- regards of any traitor opposed to liie flag able damage, lo the "rebellion. 'J he exten- "r;n, Ccpper, Brass 3nd Sheet Iror. Ware
. -i , i. ,i i . ;,. , , sive establishments lor the manufacture of . , .,. ' ,. ' .. ., '
. J his raid was a remarkable aliair. ieii- n our connti" . ,.- .-w-li as tea hooi.-s. s-,.v,- !: .i!. r.-. hr.;..; r..t;.. stove
, ,i,.,.:,i ,. ,. i- - .. .. ordnance, and numerous other mills and i-:,.,.. ..i tVery Kh..l of Tin War,-. IV m a Tin to
. tratmg the enemy s country m the rear ol l(..rl1ir. work-shops have been destroyed by Davis Ti!. U..f. .
eoi-.Tison's army, destroying railroads, army . 1"!JV ailf-,LIUUH. the great, foundries and iron works at ' n-U uTnnny w..r!;. w.ll .-...n have :i
Mores. ;t:,d capturing horses and mules. The following order from Washington Ktowah and Allatoona by ien. Schotield. .uawo'SiTkrin'r'
IMthnon: .hue 2ti.-lleportel disaster to Il:,s issiK'(l to tlu' ssisl,il 1,mV l'U' U!U? U l,K' ALL KISDS OF .i:f.1MHIS; DOSE!
ic.i.f ,.''t I... T.....WM I ). m. mi ti. lii,, ix- t he army has hit tcrto been made, besides: ,. .... ,,. ,
our troops under (Jen. AverilL at Winches-. A? ut 'U" n iHp.u t.mnt m Knox- ... , ,,,,, ,, , AN l,P-l-,.,ir t,n u.,...,,. ,ttay: ?,u
- , !.... . .il, , ..i if,,. 'ic. auo loan ine r rt e ors oi i usiiins .. ., ..
,- r. ( Mir loices are concentrating at liar- iron; lies:"--, thus iar.
. . l l. .... A i- . j. . i " i ...
-iVr;; o(, strictly, and shall so act up.,,, i, though it; " " ;;;Y 7,fr
Kariv imd .hvckinridge. J)isaster to Hun- ilS bear heavily noon trade for the pres- Boston lkS Seeing Circle i I Lau
reoorted. but it' wants co.dirmat ion. Ml ii:ivo :l ben the' At a meeting of the Kxecntive ( 'ommitte,. ' H..r. ,,avi"
i . ... i ... , . i ..I ... , i.i ain.M 1 1 ,. - t-.taie nr tlie
mUU'.fua .Ul -Dispatches lrom"VU u,-u',u"": " of the Kelief Association for East Tennessee. ';;';'.. ".;. u,rm,M.. i,.f.(. .(..!. .;.,.,.;,.. j,,,,.
' . ' ' looked lor daily. Until the new Regulations ! ;t ,v..s Ul..uiimtll,..v J"'. '"i TV " 7",.v-'-' .";
Chamhcrsbur"-sav the indications are that u. as unanimous, k. .,n i,i. ,,r...i-m .- n , ,.i.i,.,,..! ,v ;1 . .h-.,, v th-.,t
' . , ,, , , an-lvceived we cannot grant iurther kt- .,,-. ti , .1 i i . i f!,:" l,'c ''''"li"'r 'M-ar iofi.ro i.im t i, , , tii.e in n,.
-!i.'. rebels are advancing iurther North than . . . 1 " sfii "' J hat the chairman be instructed I !;h Civil Pi.-tn.-t ,.t l::,,i.-,; ,,.. ,,- ,. j.,t!l ,; 1V ,
.Martinsburg. So many rumors are noat ' ' ':iS wh:lU"yi'y: . A tender the thanks of the .society to U rs. t. ..r it ,v,;; v ,x i
, . . 4l 4 1 KKAsiuv JlKi'AUTMKXT, July IC, ;-;. : 1 iekiier and .Miss Loriii". of Uoston and to 1S llirl,lt-f "r'I,'l,'1.,,";t rui r-:..i t,lT t.ur
that it is impossible to ascertain the true' c,,.. i,. ,i, , . ,t .1 t r ,-.t o , i - "'"''-iivc .-.kf m tr.e Kn...viii,. wi i -.
u 1',"t net of ( ongress the the ladies ot the Sewing Circle ol the city. jv2: h.fs.v JOHN 1; .v;ir J P
stale ol aluiirs. purchase of products in States declared in ior their kind sympathy ami bencvo lent fa- -: - - -
S' LL .''' Col. Draiier'sexpedi-1 i"sum'('li"" is -'together jtrohibited. .md bors on behalf of the destitute and sutieriii" : SELECT SCHOOL.
tion has been a success. le lost nine Union j yn" f f: u.d peoph.f Kast Tennessee, and that this i, NV!
merchandize into such Stated is greatly re- Mil dent trhnte to the i--iciive o-iti-i.itivn ' 1 " Xl "'': 1 '-r
hoMiers. but killed and wounded lbd guer-' stl.;(.,(.(! .11(i ,.,,.;, .,, lfl ,,, ..... . 1 at.io.,.s ,, ,...Al n ,,, M,!ay t!,o r!r,t .by of Auu.-t
sii u ico. .iioi (.oioiiieil to t he necessary s:p- and iriciidslup be jiiaced ujion the records ti:sn:ii.
Tillas. Piatt county is fuli of guerrillas-. plies of loyal citizens within the lines'ofac-' of the'comniittee in token md only of grat- Ttlms 1i;r '' "f nventv- ., wn-k- sir, i a
3iiiitii naro ligimiig mere, aim mat 11 is sun : iney are coniieted and put into ctiect. ind they have clothed their needy countrymen OE
5n progress. 5rig. (Jen. Smith, of thv 17th . .YOH r- notified thereof from this dep.'rt- shall have perished. a,-,,-,,,'
Vak, has been killed, and (Jen! Force, Itoth ',,enV V11 -!"n,t 1,0 m,,1'e thoriies A copy from the records. . rywv. PI.A
. , . -i.i ', v . lor the purchase or transportation (,f i-0- (i ko. M. Wihtk S,;-r,t,ini ,lL-ft-n,J:"
;f our side, is said to have been mortaby :,,,.. ;,.J ... . ... J . " ' M 1,1 K' '-' " tiiat t!u ..r.ti
n- 1 . ' IiimI ni'i'iiiritinii l t!i. niilit'M.v i:,i ol'il,,. It, 1,1.. l.,.f .,1 e 1 .,1.... .'1 . ,- lliili .-0SM..11...,, -,ti
1 i:om TiiK 1 iiont. e nave no recent . . ,' "ii ur wmiv u,;u im' meinn. IVr ".i..ntti
or satisfactory news from Atlanta. We it.-: L Vp,k''1 'f- - .. t, - , rv of their names ami good deeds be cher- lyn,.n, i au,,r.,;;';
. . . . , . , lo meet the provisions ol this act ngu- i.s'ied and iernetu.-.ted in our moi-nt-iin lw IHH s,,;,i .ai'A!;tm::ms f..r ra.t
:hncto the o.n.ioii that there has be., u ; iat;,lS alv ,,ow vu prcl.are.l. and u.til homes hm-after the -.mien's wi-h which ,,'e "'' n'"r' h (;r"' j.v2 l'
3mich hard lighting there, and that it is still ; they are comjdeted and put into eliect. ind they have clothed their needy countrymen ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT.
(J'-ur;.' li'. J;".v r.--. St.;,i,ni L. Harris
AIXT1 FFi OX AFFIDAVITT. SAVS TIIK
ant ii jiimlv lialtro l. iiim an. I a'.-i i.iTflj
y 1 ibost ill oi' I'min thus,. Soit.. im. 1,. t....,o : ' '''i't th i.r.tiiiary iir..i-t.-s ..( hiiv (;iiin..t 1." -.ne.l 11iM.11
IVOUllded. This is evidence to US that hard ' ,.rt to C. .11 witldll such St'ites .nv .r.,U " him, liavin-,,ht:,i,,t.,I a., 0ri.sii.al Au:.i.,-:it as.-ah.st the
I u1 L 1 OOl sill illlin SIKH ; M.Uisi Ul gOOlV , 1 I 1 - u t , o.-iate ul ilefi-nilatit. t;iii.ii: rutiirtui!.!,. !.(',. re Thomas Jj
lighting is 111 progress. We have no fears wares, or merchandise whatever, cither 111 liCDC iulUi I'llO .ulir tUH(i. v.ir. a Justice of tin- 'Van- . r i;ra.::.-v ,-, -.-vy an.i tin
ior the result, though the news comes in . der-xisting tr,de authorities or otherwie. ; T,,c ,ur5uit of t!l0 re!,i rai(Iors in their StlllfnrlT!
hlowlv. Cell. Sherman lights to win. and, '"' or other velucie o. transportat.m .. Murvl-nd turns oUt to linVt. . "'."-v c,,,,,,,-. ,i.i,tl( ,h,y ;uuu'T
, . , ,7 . ;,. 'ill be cleared by you or jiernmle.l to gcto I! "'1 Ji'l,i l"IIU- 1111 1,s ut l" ''' c mxt. or ir will ho rr.M-te.kMl -vith i.arif. It is flir.hir
lie will carry the day. Jle cares nothing ;m insurrectionary Slate with any gools wn more .successful than was supposed. . "oitr.-.! that rhi- in.t;.-e he i.tiWisiu-i c.,r e.,i.r wri-n?
ibr the occupation of Atlanta, or any other; wares, or merchandise on boant excqtt '. A large amount of the stolen plunder has . Mt'J'f Vh' thoV'j vnKSf4
city in Crgia his work is to destroy the : fch as belong to the United States or av : been recovered, say a train of ?)t wa.'ons, 7TJ.r-
rebel army, ami this he will do, and as a : '" transported under contract of sale. :it AVin, hester Ccn vcrill se-erelv rnirr v??i fvM-?f P"?POPEETY-
.- ' ' . ; them .-ni, cveenl siille.-s vnn, 11,,. .1.,. . ltlU lL ulllnt?'ut Sc , O i. I rfllll-, .V, IX A INslKAXCK CO.U'AXY IS XOW
inentof which you will caixVIilly re,stiVa. ' 1'1,slst5swl lh anu un',or Kav kiliiil- Fw Unlw- 1 Ki?kS l'r"pvT,y
the provisions of the present rules and rcr- '(,( capturing 2U0, taking 4 cannon, and ' ' " v.-. n. pa TT fit so:,-' A"nf
! illations in regard thereto. , i several hundred small arms. The rebels' ..jv!.f . . Xti-...aljSaiit
A Mistaken ToliCJ. ' Uesjieetfully, , have really lost more by the raid than they SCnOOL NOTICE.
The mistake of those in authority, in! v,t;m J'?!' "N' ' 't'lade, and this has been the case in all their T'StfM?!1?1'1 ,y
j Acting Secretan ot the Irons 11 ry. . - -- .Mti,i.A.. in uinii:u jiii', m t!i:s(-,rv. win
East Tennessee, is the leniency ami forbear-i .- - . ! raids, whether into Maryland, Fennsvlva- ' ,)e-'" 011 Monday tu 22a .f Au-u-t n.r. For "u-rms
., . , ' , , . i ' T 1 it- " " niol i-articiilarn apply at liie Cathi.lir Ciinr.i.
anco they exercise toward wealthy, milu-j The monthly meeting of the Eist iventucky, or Ohio. Juiy2u-im . J. A. .'MiKUKATII.
cntial, but malicious traitofc. Ttie cause of j Tennessee Kelicf Association will take plai ' ' Attachment "
the rebellion would decline more rapidly in ! at the" upper room of the Court House n "lU your attention to an adver-1 JHrhad J)uci.$ r. Wm. H. Knetd
TotlllOSSCe if tlir rolml fifitor-riifv imrn l.n..,.:il If 1 ...i ..iii.ii . I T TT I.';,..,,.,!.,,, f. m . ..''""
w ..viv, , niiuAi ine on -tiomiii v ne.l, ai 1 1 0 CI0CK. A i uscuiem. ;i .i . ii. j isseuuen a, v.o., succes- j li plamtlrt makes catli tliat the defoniknt
handled as they deserve to be, icith jlocc$;fu attendance of the members is requestc-il sor to ( - Temjde & Co., which wiil be ""'h-lted to him an.l tiWonds that thu ..rdinarj
off. Tj-eason is made as respectable in most I as it is expected that there will be some inl und in another column. They have ajE
parts of Tennessee as loyalty, atd those ar- pm-tant business f;r the deliberation of thj ! "'gc lul(i .wel1 selected ptoek of Staple Dry i "' h cleieuchuit, mad n turnablo bofow Win. F.
rogant, insult ing, nr.d bitter rebels are made association presented at said meetin
more comfortable. They are furnished with .,
protection papers, thej are deterred to, and
treated politely in many instances, where
they ought to be imprisoned, or at least sent
South -to remain during the war. These
j&SrPennsylvania is at present producing
nearly 15,000,0U0 tons of coal annually, and
at the present price of coal must be exacting
an enormous annual sum,
n.A., r'r.,.; 7T.,f I r...... i . i Seuy, a Justice of the. Petuu for Knox ountv. and
"uuu, UWIUI"' '"'" 1 ' -"ooir.; the gttnielmviiisrbwu k-vied on his nnmortv : It i
and Shoes, XotioilS, Suttlers' Supplies, Dye ! ordered by said" Justice that the (lefendain appear
Stuffs, &C., &C, which thy Oiler for sa'le I hf, hhil at KnoxvUl on the Cth dnr
' rn, , , j ot Doffinber, 1804, r it will be proceeded with ex
Very low. 1 Uar goods Were purchased be- parte. It is further ordered that this notice be pub-
fore the late rise in prices, and will be sold
at or near the present Cincinnati rate.
lished for successive weeka in the. Knoxville- Whin.
rri.:,, o.i T..i i oi i
x ins -u il ui v, ir.'ji.
jy29-4tpffS WM. F. SEAT, J. P.