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East Tennessee.the ball opened — change of sentiment — arrest of another Trailer — resources and magnificent future for Tennessee.[correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 15, 1861. Our hitherto quiet and secluded city of Knoxville has, of late, assumed all the bustle and hurry of the camp. The great contest which has been going on between those loyal to the South and the Union shriekers, has at last approached a crisis. You know that Knoxville is on that great thoroughfare connecting the Southern Gulf States with the Atlantic board, and this one connecting rail-tie, radiating off, East, South and West, after it has passed her ranges of mountains, render East Tennessee quite an important district of country, and this city an important rallying point. Consequently, it has entered early into the designs of the Unionists to possess themselves of these valleys, and thus endeavor to tap the South, by cutting off this line of communication. Well, how ha<
The Daily Dispatch: April 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], "Shall speculators be longer Tolerated?" (search)
nd Monday in April next. The following cases were continued: John H Day, charged with permitting faro to be exhibited on premises controlled by him; William, slave of Clifford Campbell, and Jos Hall, free, charged with breaking into Smith & Trailer's, and stealing a number of articles, including a coat belonging to Wm J Ferguson, and bed quilt and two fumblers belonging to Albert, slave of Smith & Trailer; Jas-Williams, charged with stealing two blankets, one overcoat, four shirts, three pnumber of articles, including a coat belonging to Wm J Ferguson, and bed quilt and two fumblers belonging to Albert, slave of Smith & Trailer; Jas-Williams, charged with stealing two blankets, one overcoat, four shirts, three pairs drawers, four pairs of socks, and a pair of overalls, belonging to Ann Tierney and Thos Kelley. These were laid over until to day. The case of the negroes, charged with breaking into Burton & Greenhow's and stealing a lot of groceries, was continued till Saturday.
y proved. A portion of the money was recovered, but the thief had managed to make way with a $100 note. Jno. W. Williams, arrested as a suspicious character and person of evil name &c., was required to give $300 security for his good behavior. William, slave of Dr. Cabell, was ordered 39 lashes for stealing a cloak, bed quilt, and two glass tumblers from John Thomas. Griffin slave of Christian & Lee and Richard slave of John Clayborn, were ordered 39 lashes for having in their possession a lot of tobacco and a pistol, supposed to have been stolen. James Williams, a white man, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court for stealing a number of articles of wearing apparel belonging to Smith & Trailer and Ann Kearney. A number of the colored fraternity were ordered to be punished for petty delinquencies, and one "member of the bar" was ordered to be taken in custody for obstreperous conduct. The latter was released on the adjournment of the Court.