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In the Kentucky Legislature Messrs. Bell, Guthrie, Burnham, Butler, and Buckner, are candidates for the U. S. Senate.

George Jones, once proprietor of the Richmond Theatre, has been tried in Boston and convicted of being "a common scold."

Mrs. Gen. Gaines, who was connected with the celebrated Gaines will case, has been ordered by the Yankee authorities to return to the South.

Eighteen car loads of coffee passed through Petersburg, Va., on Friday, en route for General Lee's army.

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