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name. Thus they are dragging along in utter wretchedness, and suffering more than pen can express. Trouble about Negroes in Kentucky. The Washington Chronicle says: We are authorized to state that information having been received at the War Department of negro slaves in Kentucky having been returned to loyal as well as to rebel masters, in violation of the act of Congress, the Secretary of War has ordered reports of any such transactions to be made to his department, in order that the officers so violating the laws of the United States may be duty punished. A Suspicious flag. It was rumored recently that a gentleman of secession proclivities in Troy, N. Y., had raised the Confederate flag. An excited party started for the premises. The flag was found hanging from a back window, but it was a lady's balmoral that had been washed and hung out to dry! The husband resolved to stand by that flag, and the crowd gave three cheers for the bunting and departed.