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$11, first quality beeves were selling at 25 cents per pound net. There was a case before the U. S. Provisional Court. Judge Peabody, of some interest. Lucien Adams, shortly after the advent of Butler, was arrested and imprisoned in one of the forts, where be has been ever since. His counsel, Col. Field, had made repeated, but unavailing efforts for a trial or admission to bail. The only crime which the accused had committed was merely the avowal, before the occupation of the city by Yankee, of a preference for the Southern Confederacy. Subsequently other charges, such as heading or promoting a conspiracy, &c., were trumped up, but no proof had been advanced. How the case terminated the report does not say, but judging from the seal of the prosecuting attorney, not, we imagine, to the benefit of the prisoner. From a New Orleans letter in the Grenada (Miss.) Appeal, we take the following gossip of interest: When Banks first came here with his great expedition, that