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ctical benefit to any one. Almost all the stores continue closed, and there is very little appearance of a revival of business. The country people come in slowly; this fact, together with the fact that the stock of provisions has not been considerably augmented keeps all kinds of eatables up to enormous prices, and causes those on hand to move off slowly, as no one is buying more than necessity compels. We learn that an order has been issued by the authorities which will prevent all kinds of goods from coming into the city; thus, as all hopes of increasing the supply at present is cut off, the prices must of necessity go up still higher. We further learn from the Day Book that Mr. David Eraniz, of Franklin county, Va., and Mr. John H. Hughes, of Petersburg, Confederate soldiers, died in Portsmouth a few days ago. It will be consoling to their relatives to learn that they were kindly cared for by numerous sympathizing friends, and decently buried in the city cemetery.