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cents per lb.; 17 tierces and I barrel honey at 70 cents per gallon; 63 pieces of cedar at 52½ to 80 cents per cubic foot; 7 pieces of mahogany at $1 per cubic foot; several boxes of Turkey opium brought $11.62½ to $12.50 per pound. From Missouri and Arkansas. The Fort Smith Times, of the 7th, says: Gen. McCullock has ordered all armed infantry companies in this vicinity to march via the telegraph road to Fayetteville, Those having no to remote in the vicinity of Van Buren. Lane is moving down, via Greenville, toward Neosho. Maj. Ross's five companies of Texas cavalry drove a body of the enemy's cavalry into Springfield on the night of the 2d inst. Fights between scouting and foraging parties occur daily, affording high excitement to our boys, who invariably run the Yankees off. Skirmish in Jackson county, Va. In a skirmish near Murraysville, Jackson county, Va., last week, forty Yankees were taken prisoners by one hundred rebels called the "Moccasins,
r Colonel Cooper's and Colonel Si s's regiments of Texans, now on their way here, with orders to move forward without delay. Colonel Diamond is confident that with the addition of these troops to those already on the Kansas line, he can clean out Lane with all his Jayhawkers. Colonel Drew's regiment is encamped here, and over one thousand strong of the finest set of warriors that can be found anywhere; they will make their mark wherever they come in contact with the enemy. Matters in to follow. But we have no idea that they will ever pass Sugar creek. Price will hold the Federals in check. They cannot turn that point. Col. Diamond's Texas regiment, and Stand Watie's Cherokee regiment are on the Kansas line, waiting for Lane, who is said to be approaching at the head of 8,500 Jayhawkers. The following dispatch, dated "Headquarters, Little Sugar Creek, Ark., Nov. 11, we copy from the Fort Smith Times, Nov. 14: Major Geo. W. Clarke: The General Commandi