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nd, Va. The whole family were released, nothing contraband or of a treasonable nature being found among their effects. Arrest of alleged deserters. Desertions from the Federal army are becoming quite frequent, and it has been asserted by one of our Yankee contemporaries that more desert from their ranks than voluntarily join them. The following, from the Baltimore Sun, of the 19th, is but one of the many instances which occur in that oppressed city every day: James Ray and James Brown, said to belong to the Eleventh United States Infantry, at Perryville, were arrested in this city, on Thursday evening, as deserters. They secreted themselves on a canal boat at Havre de Grace, and by that means reached this city, with the intention to go to Virginia and join the Confederate army. They were arrested on Canton avenue, while in the act of providing themselves with citizen's clothes, and immediately sent to Fort McHenry. Sent to Fort Lafayette. The Baltimore Sun,
ces are very irregular. We quote at 38@45 cts. per lb., at which prices but few can afford the luxury. flour.--Very dull at $4.50 for Fine; Superfine $5; Extra $5.75@$6; Family $6.50@$7. Feed.--Shipstuffs 50 cts., Brownstuffs 25 cts., Shorts 16 cts., Bran 15 cts. hay.--Timothy $1.65 Clover $1.50, Baled Oats $1.50--all very scarce and in demand. oats.--We quote at 50 cts.--very scarce and demand heavy. sugars.--Sugars are irregular. Cubs 12½c.; Porto Rico very scarce; stocks of Brown very light, prices high; New Orleans 12½@14, Refined New Orleans 15@16¼c.; Crushed 27, stock small; Coffee @20 Tobacco.--In manufactured Tobacco there is but little doing. There is an endless variety of grades and prices, ranging from 10 to 50 cents per lb. We quote Lugs, of good weights, at $2¼@3¾; inferior leaf $@5; good $6@7½; good and fine dry English $5½@8½ and 8; extra fine $10; fancy wrappers $@16. Wheat.--The arrivals of Wheat this week have been more liberal than at any time s