The 8th Missouri arrived here to day from Gen. Sherman's front, their term having expired.
Only thirty-five or forty of the men have re-enlisted.
Mrs. Snead came through the Federal lines from the South without permission, and has been arrested and consigned to the Gratiot street prison.
She is the wife of Col. Thomas L Snead, formerly chief of General Price's staff, and now a member of the rebel Congress.
Governor Hall was married, at Jefferson City, yesterday, to Miss Olivia Oliver, daughter of Mordecai Oliver, Secretary of State.
The 6th Minnesota infantry, Col. Hubbard, have arrived from Red river, en route to St. Paul, to be disbanded.
Col. McFerran, commanding the 1st State militia cavalry, reports that a detachment of thirty- five men were going to Lexington, on the 19th, for rations, when one hundred guerillas attacked them, killed eight and wounded two. A few days previous a detachment of fourteen men of the same regiment, while scouting near Hol