gage the enemy.
The vote polled yesterday, which was sent you by telegraph, was a full one, when we take in consideration the absence of four military companies on duty.
The Campbell county companies encamped here voted in the city, which helped to make up for our absent voters.
The voting at the camps was, of course, unanimous for secession.
From every section of this region of country, cropping prospects are reported to be fine, with every indication of an abundant harvest.
We shall also have fruit in abundance.
Our market is now well supplied with every variety of early vegetables.
Farmers are pitching large crops of corn, with a diminution of the tobacco crops.
The receipts of tobacco at present are moderate in comparison with the same season for last year.
Lugs may be quoted from $1.75 to $4.50; leaf, from $3 to $12.50; prime, $17 to $20.
The "Mountain Boomers," Captain Harvey French, from Giles county, arrived this morning on the 4½ o'clock train. O. K.