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The crops and the prospects. --From all parts of the country we receive the most flattering accounts from our farmers of their prospects of the wheat crops. Many are done planting corn and have commenced planting cotton. If nothing befalls the grain crop, it will be unusually large this year in North Mississippi. This is just as it should be. We can and should raise all our breadstuffs, meats, horses and mules. We should not be dependent on others for the necessaries — the essentials of life, when we can raise and furnish them ourselves as easily and cheaply as any people on earth.--Holly Springs (Miss.) Cotton States, 9th.
A land-slide took place near Rockfish station, on the Virginia Central Railroad, Wednesday. The Union men of Farmville, Va., quietly hauled down their flag, after the receipt of the news from Charleston. Edward C. Carrington, is the name of the man, "formerly of Virginia," who has been appointed Attorney for the District of Columbia. A Confederate flag, 30 feet by 16, has been raised on the Marshall House, in Alexandria, Va. In Rappahannock county, Va., on the 9th inst., Mr. John Sills got intoxicated, laid down in a field and died. Commodore Paulding, U. S. N., arrived at Gosport Navy-Yard on Wednesday from Washington. The citizens of Norfolk are organizing more military companies. Hon. Roger A. Pryor left Charleston last Tuesday night, for Montgomery. The deficiency in the public revenue of Canada for the past year amounts to $760,000. On Monday night last, the garrison at Fort Washington was considerably reinforced.