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formerly of Ohio, who married a lady in Zanesville, Ohio, named Miss Emma Gallahaber, some years ago, (now deceased,) and one of the principal engineers on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, had been in Cairo for some days, and got a pass to go to Cape Girardeau. No one here suspected his loyalty except his own brother-in-law. When at Cape Girardeau he told one story to the Provost Marshal and another different one to the commanding officer. This was discovered by the nephew of Commodore Graham, wCape Girardeau he told one story to the Provost Marshal and another different one to the commanding officer. This was discovered by the nephew of Commodore Graham, who was in command of the Illinois steamer. He had him arrested and he was sent up to St. Louis. Childs wished to force his way through the lines, and go to Columbus. His uncle is chief engineer of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, and both are largely interested in it. His little daughter, three years old, is now in Zanesville, and will be well cared for by kind relatives, who deplores his traitorism to his country. The bill Concerning Army officers and the arrest of Fugitive slaves.