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Percussion caps. --Mr. W. W. Johnson, of Knoxville, Tenn., has invented a percussion cap machine, which is capable of turning out about 150,000 caps per day. He has sold one to a company in Memphis, who are going into the manufacture of caps. Mr. Johnson has applied for a patent for his machine.
Arrest of the Brownlows --A telegraphic dispatch, published on the Gazette a few days since, stated that W. G. Brownlow and his son had been arrested at Knoxville by order of Gen. Zollicoffer. On the same day one of our citizens telegraphed to Knoxville, making inquiry: "For what was Brownlow and son arrested" We saw the answer as sent by telegraphic and it was "For circulating Helper's Book." This is the extend of our knowledge in regard to the matter.--Nashville Gazette. Arrest of the Brownlows --A telegraphic dispatch, published on the Gazette a few days since, stated that W. G. Brownlow and his son had been arrested at Knoxville by order of Gen. Zollicoffer. On the same day one of our citizens telegraphed to Knoxville, making inquiry: "For what was Brownlow and son arrested" We saw the answer as sent by telegraphic and it was "For circulating Helper's Book." This is the extend of our knowledge in regard to the matter.--Nashville Gazette.