A murder in East Tennessee.--Mr. C. C. Hanby was murdered in East Tennessee by Union bush-whackers,
two weeks since, under the following circumstances: The Federals went a short distance from the dwelling and act his carriage-house on fire. At this time Mr. Hanby gathered his child in his arms and attempted to escape. He was immediately commanded to halt, which he did; whereupon two ruffians, one of whom was named Wells, and lived on his place, deliberately shot him through the head and heart. He fell dead instantly and the murderers made their escape. Oh, what a scene! There, in that dark, bitter night, rendered the more appalling by the lurid blaze of the burning building, in a silent and remote bend of the river Holston, far away from friend or sympathizer, and indeed from everything human, sat that poor desolate orphan, in its night clothes and bare feet, by the side of the dead body of its murdered father. There it remained all the night long, and there it was found next morning, almost stiffened with cold, and its stricken little heart running over with grief.