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m that city to White River will be completed this fall at the rate they are now progressing. Finding it difficult to bring iron up the Arkansas River, they have taken it up White River, and commenced laying the track from that end. Some fifteen or twenty miles are completed, and they are gradually approaching the Arkansas River. The sequestration act will, it is said, operate to the extent of securing to the South more than one million of dollars in Arkansas. The Democrat says that Mr. Woodruff, of Little Rock, has the largest land agency of any person in the State. It has been estimated that he controls, or has charge of, at least half a million dollars' worth of property owned by parties resident in the Northern States. Of course all this will be sequestrated. Gen. Hardes has made a requisition upon the Military Board of Arkansas for four regiments. This will make nine new regiments to be furnished by Arkansas. They can be raised if proper steps are taken and timely p