th has dispatches from General Steed-man, dated Tullahoma, 5th, announcing that Wheeler's forces had been dispersed and that the road, clear through to Nashville, would be in running order the next day. General Miligan, Supervisor of State Banks, had been arrested by Wheeler's men near Lebanon, but was released.
Jordan Stokes was also arrested, and the Gazette, concludes "he is now in a fair way of having radical ideas knocked into him, provided he escapes from his amiable captors."
Joshua Ellis, living in Walker county, Georgia, was carried under arrest to Chattanooga, and, refusing to take the oath, was sent North.
The same paper states that the city of Atlanta was surrendered by the Mayor to a portion of the Twentieth army corps, and General Slocum took formal possession the same day, the Mayor only asking that private property should be spared.
The city presents a dirty appearance, and all the citizens have left with the exception of a few negroes and some few women.