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s, honey and other merchandise also took place, and were sold to various parties: 186 hhds. sugar sold from 6 5/8 to 7¾ cents per lb.; 187 hhds. molasses from 42½ to 47 cents per gallon; 93 hhds. melano from 2½ to 2¼ 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 <
. These soldiers have no fathers, mothers, and sisters at home to call upon; for they, too, are wanderers — A correspondent of the Enquirer states that most acceptable donations of clothing have already been sent to some of them, but still they are sadly in need of yarn socks and yarn gloves, overcoats, flannel shirts, &c. Some of them are now stationed on the wagon-courses, where the winds are piercing and the frosts are bleak. We would suggest that all boxes intended for them be directed to the captains of the respective companies, and be sent to the care of Assistant Quartermaster James White, at Yorktown. The Elizabeth City companies are, the Wythe Rifles, Capt. W. R. Wills; Old Dominion Dragoons, Capt. W. R. Vaughan; Washington Artillery, Capt. C. L. Smith and Hampton Grays, Capt. B. F. Hudgins. The York Rangers, Capt. Jeff. Sinclair, are also partially composed of Elizabeth City men. In the 115th Regiment of Virginia militia are good and true men, too, from the same county.
nnual Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church, were introduced, and addressed the Conference on the subject of their mission, and presented a report and resolutions adopted by the body they represent at its late session. On motion of Dr. Smith, D. S. Doggett, L. M. Lee, William B. Rowzie, and William McGill, were appointed a committee to confer with the messengers of the M. P. Church and respond to the report submitted by them and to their addresses. Dr. Smith was added to the commiDr. Smith was added to the committee. A communication from E. W. Sehon, Corresponding Secretary, and J. B. McFerrin, Treasurer of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, was laid before the Conference and read. On motion of Nelson Head and William B. Rowzie, the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved That the war of invasion, rapine and plunder, now being waged by the United states against the Confederate States, is so fanatical and unjust in its principles, and so in human and hea