a negro woman, carried away from Alabama by the Yankees, has been tried in St. Louis for vagrancy and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary. The Court took the ground that Lincoln's proclamation had made her amenable to the penalties inflicted on the whites.
Lo, the poor negro!
Greeley, in a speech at Gosper Institute last week, said that be was not sure that another President would be elected.
Two U. S. captains were arrested in Washington last week as deserters.
Major Isaac Graham, the Western pioneer, died in Sun Francisco on the 7th inst. He was a native of Botetourt county, Va. He was present at the death of the famous Daniel Boone.
The late Major-General Buford's "last words," as reported in the Northern press, were not very complimentary to his troops.
He said: "Pot guards on all the roads, and don't let the men run back in the rear."
Gen. Banks was publicly received by the Mexicans in Brownsville.
One old Mexican said: "Ah, Senor, the Americans