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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," and after being disarmed, were released on taking the oath not to bear arms against the South. This news we get from the Cincinnati papers. Extortionate Price for necessaries. The people of New Orleans deal with the speculators in a rather summary fashion.--One evening last week, a meeting was advertised to take place at the Merchants' and Auctioneers' Exchange, in order to consider measures for abating the extortionate prices for necessaries now prevailing. The meeting was postponed before the hour designated, in consequence of steps having been taken to effect the object contemplated, without resorting to the deliberations of a public assem
which we deem rather too low an estimate. Generals Price and McCulloch were still at Cassville, when Capat, moving northward in the direction of St. Louis. Price had distributed forty rounds of cartridges to his arvowed intention of wintering on Arkansas river. Generals Price and McCulloch are acting in concert and in perfharacter — far exceeding the Oak Hills battle. Generals Price and McCulloch are determined. The Federals havhey have along 3,000 pack saddles, and it they force Price and McCulloch back, will throw an advance detachment Clarke: Gov. Jackson was quite sick last night. Gen. Price has fallen back to Pineville, and Gen. McCulloch Federals at Cassville — Cassville Burnt by them-- Gen. Price at Pineville, &c. The Fort Smith Times, of thwaste Southern Missouri and returning. The plans of Price and McCulloch are good to the extent of the means ofe no idea that they will ever pass Sugar creek. Price will hold the Federals in check. They cannot turn t
ision allowing the General Assembly at its discretion, to divide counties, and just requiring voters in any county not entitled to separate representation, to vote in the same election district. Census and Statistics. On motion of Mr. Stuart, the 36th section, requiring a census to be taken at intervals of the years from the dates of the returns of the Confederate States, was stricken out. Elections. Mr. Stuart moved to strike out from the 26th section the words "but special elections until vacancies in the office or judge of any court shall be for a full term." Agreed to Article IV, as amended, was then adopted. Executive Department. Mr. Moffett moved to amend the 2d section Article IV, so as to make the Governor Executive by the joint vote of the two Houses in the General Assembly. After a spirited debate, the previous question was called by Mr. Price, and sustained the amendment was then rejected — ayes 42, nays 65. The Convention adjourned.
Affairs in Missouri. have had the pleasure of an interview Capt. Samuel Myerson, a gallant officer the Missouri army, who is the bearer of from the Governor of Missouri. to the Confederate Government of that State from the Northern Capt. Myerson informs us that the of Gen. Price is in a condition of great for clothing and for certain arti but that there is no grumbling, of a battle, the proba brilliant Confederate victory. also assures us that a vast ma people of Missouri are irrecon to the old Union. We are from this gallant and experience who served with such distine tties of Springfield, Lexington, shot gun and the rifle are, as we maintained, among the most ef that can be used in war.-- Missouri has fully demonstrated which we have often endeavored to upon the public, and it is everywhere another preposition which the of the South ought never to forget that is the man, and not the weapon, that make formidable. Advices by way of Fort Smit