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e different contributors. With the money cotton yarn was bought, to be twisted with the wool, and then distributed among the ladies, whose busy needles are actively employed in preparing good, comfortable socks for our soldiers. One family in Eastville has already finished sixty pairs, and the whole will be sent this fall to the commander in Richmond or Norfolk for distribution. Bear in mind that this article is of indispensable necessity, and one which it will be almost impossible to prre when the winter is upon us, as we are cut off from the North, from whence our supplies were received, and we have as yet no factories in the South. There is yet time for all our wants, if the ladies generally will take the matter in hand. Eastville. Suggestions to nurses. A paragraph in Monday's paper, giving a prescription for the prevention or expulsion of maggots, was rendered totally valueless by a typographical error. The remedy proposed was tar water, instead of which it w