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ts and barges, is many millions of greenbacks; but even this is not the worst of it. They relied upon these stores to support Sherman's army, and their destruction must very much embarrass its movements. Johnsonville, which is named after Andy Johnson, Military Governor of Tennessee and Vice- President elect of the United States, is on the east bank of the Tennessee river, four miles above Reynoldsburg, and is the terminus of the Northwestern railroad, which connects Nashville with the river at that point. Andy Johnson caused the Northwestern railroad to be completed to this place in order to supply Nashville by the Tennessee river whenever the Cumberland should be too low for steamboat navigation. Since the completion of the railroad it has grown to be a place of great importance, being the depot of supplies for Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Atlanta. General Forrest attacked the place from above and below at the same time. Having planted his batteries during the
A telegram, dated at Washington on the 8th, says: About dark, a heavy rain commenced, which is still falling, and the streets are flooded, considerably reducing the numbers in search of information. Everything here is very dull and quiet. The Union League Hall, on Ninth street, was crowded until a late hour this evening with Republicans, and as the dispatches came in the wildest enthusiasm prevailed. As it became evident that the vote was overwhelmingly in favor of Lincoln and Johnson, cheer after cheer rent the air, and audience and speakers were carried away by their feelings of rejoicing and exultation, and gave vent to them in patriotic songs and shouts of triumph. The opinion was generally expressed that Lincoln had made a clean sweep, and that it was doubtful whether McClellan had carried a single State. The Republicans here generally to-night are about the happiest people in existence. The Democratic headquarters in this city were crowded with Democrats this