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ce numbered fifteen hundred. The "Union" vandals at work. The Lincolnites are again at their deviltry in East Tennessee. The Greeneville Banner says that on Monday night the telegraph wire was cut a mile west of that place, about three spans carried off and one post pulled down. This, no doubt was done by the same mob of Union men, engaged in the bridge burning-last summer. The same paper adds: Last week a lot of tories from Laurel, North Carolina, came into our county, (Greene,) and robbed several houses, taking all the money they could find and also some powder, telling some of the good citizens at the same time, that the next time they come back that they intended to burn their houses. This marauding party is a set of renegade Union men from our own county, headed by Capt. Dave Fry, the ring leading bridge-burner, who has always managed to commit his depredations and make his escape before discovered. The Memphis Avalanches says: It is understood tha