Councils have also voted a sword to ex-Gov. Letcher, whose term of service ended yesterday.
Gov. Wm. Smith-nicknamed Extra-Billy — is to be inaugurated to-day.
Flour is now held at $150 per barre. Morgan received the congratulations of a vast multitude to-day.
One woman kissed his hand.
Gov. Smith advertises a reception to-night.
Yesterday a committee was appointed to investigate the revil officers of the government in Richmond was tabled in the House yesterday, on the motion of Mr. Smith, of North Carolina, who spoke against it.
Major-Gen. Gilmer, Chief of the Engineer Bureau, voted the increase, he would take the responsibility of ordering them rations, etc. etc.
And Mr. Smith, of North Carolina, told me, to-day, that something would be done.
He it was who moved to layn the table.
He said it would have been defeated, if the vote had been taken on the bill.
Gov. Smith sent to the Legislature a message, yesterday, rebuking the members for doing so little, and ur