traggling, being captured, and giving important information to the enemy.
Assistant Surgeon R. W. Willoughby, United States colored troops, has been dismissed the service for physical disability, caused by the use of whiskey and opium.
Ex-Mayor Park, of Memphis, was arrested and lodged in the Receiving Prison in that city on the 11th instant for using indiscreet language in regard to the military authorities.
At the Democratic District Convention in Bangor Mc., James C. Madigan, of Houlton, was nominated for Congress from that district.
Resolutions announcing the war as unconstitutional, and favoring an armistice and immediate negotiations for peace, were adopted.
We learn, by the way of New Orleans, that all of the Texas coast, Brownsville included, has been evacuated by the Union troops, with the exception of Brazos island.
William H. Rodgers, John R. H. Embert, Braston Lyon and Samuel B. Hearn have been sentenced to be hung in Baltimore as Confederate spies.