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ched to the hearse. He afterwards visited Falls Church, and amused himself by taking observations of our new contraband farms. Miscellaneous. A dispatch from Memphis announced that Gen. Hurlbut had sent an expedition to Grenada, Miss., which drove the rebels out of the town and destroyed fifty-seven locomotives and over four hundred cars, belonging to the different Southern railroads concentrating at Jackson. Ex-President Buchanan and suite, en route from Bedford Springs to Wheatland, passed through Harrisburg on Saturday last. After Mr. Buchanan had changed cars, and a few minutes before the train started, a crowd was collected in front of the car be occupied. Just then a soldier, who had lost an arm, began to shake the stump in the face of the O. P. F., exclaiming, "I am indebted to you for this!" (pointing to the maimed arm,) "and the devil will liquidate the debt when he gets you!" At this point the whistle of the locomotive screamed the signal of departure, and