WILMINGTON, N. Cm SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1869.
THE WILMINGTON POST,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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Ten lines or less, solid minion type, constitute a
.square. ' ; - i- " " -. -
Dust! dusty! dustier
than that 1
A man who works with a will the Pro
bate Judge. . ; - :. ".'. i
The marines from the steamer "Cuba" are
naughty men. I ,
The end ot a miss-spent life the mar
riage of a young lady.
To-morrow at 11 o'clock the examination
of the " Cuba's" officers.
Desirable state of Destitutionhaving
nothing to reproach one's self with.
The Sultan is said to be suffering from
the gout. Comes of too jmuch Turkey.
Why is a beefsteak like a locomotive ? It
is of not much account without it's tender.
j ' Oil '
Hon."K K. Proctor paid U3 a short visit last
Fridav and brought good news for the Post.
Lovers' observe 1 Before a man enters the
abode of matrimony he should ring the
i The reason why a piano was not saved
was, because none of the ifiremcn could play
On it. ' :V - - . : jv-
President Grant has appointed, Thursday
November 18th as a day
An irritable customer, who bargains
much but buys little, is productive of counter-irritation.
Our Worthy P. M. Co
last nteht for New. York
main a few days.
Ed. Brink left
where he will re-
Tbe root of sanctity is sanity. A man
must be healthy before he can be holy. We
bathe first, and then perfume.
All those, of our lady readers, are respect
fully referred to Mrs. Sarah Jackson's ad
vertisement in another column. ' M
U. S. Commissioner Rutherford andAIar
ehal Neff visited the "Cuba" Thursday by
special invitation of the officers.
Why should reliance be placed in- any
report emanating from the Navigating offi
cers of the "Cuba t" Because he is a Tel fair.
Among the persons the Grand Jury in
dicted was John H. Strauss not "John
W." as was printed in th? list furnished us.
The cattle driving through our streets,
as well as hog burrowing is a nuisance.
Indeed they are"twin relics of barbarism."
The Marshal is pushing on the good
work of grading our streets, and on Seventh
street near Orange; a very important work is
being completed. " ! "
Buffon has said, " The style is the man."
The prayer aho is the man- the inner man.
It ia the Ecce Horn?, uttered, not to the Jews,
but to God. V 1 '
-We are grateful to the management of
the State Fair at Raleigh tor a ticket to
that great exhibition. We shall endeavor
to be present. ..' j."
Over thirty -six miles of sidewalks were
constructed in Chicago in the last six
months. How many in Wilmington !
Alasl not onel :
- Uncle Sam's delinquents, in the matter of
Itwrnal Revenue, are politely referred to
the advertisement in another column by As
- tistaot Assessor Moore. ; .
D. Ruiz c06 of the Cuban ' Junta, is in
' Washincton ad in consultation with the
f Cabinet regardii the disposition of the
"Cuba" now in our uaroor.
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Our Base 'Bawlers".of ye Harnett,! are
invited to tend a meetin" at Joe's, of the
angelic, whispering voice, on Wednesday
" evening next at 7:30. All aboard !
Mr. John P. Sampson, who is now acting
as agent of the Avery College, is soliciting
. patronage for a very fine old institution. He
has our good wishes for his success.
Wilmington has a legal Falstaff who in
the .faneled security of a court room insults
Witnesses. Does, the L. F. know what'Prince
Henry said to just such a "fat old man?"
The Navassa Phosphate Company , ot
Baltimore, have established an agency in this
county at Meare3 Bluff, where they will be
ready by the 15th of November to fill all
orders. .v-' y v'-
M. II. Katz, our flourishinrr dnr rood
friend, Las opened a beautiful stock of fancy
dry goods, silks, laces and famishing goods.
Ladies, don't pats ITatz without examining
his stock.;- V . I v
Hon. Charles E. Gildeisleeve, and Hon.
J ames Gal way, of the New York Metropol
itan Fire Commission, wiH accept our thanks
for Third and Fourth Annual Reports of the
New York Firo.Department : 68 and '69.
An excellent opportunity is now offered
by the government to aid the struggling lit
tle island of the Antilles," Recognize
Cuba, and the "Home
"will have no cause
to re main another
under 'surveillance I
nour in our waters
We are in receipt ot complaints regard
ing the failure of our subscribers to receive
their paper. If the persons so aggrieved
will only inform us immedia
ely after the
too glad to
dehnquence, we will only bo
remedy the defect Let us Tcriow 1
TiltorCt Journal of Horticulture for Octo
ber contains much of interest and value to
every lover of fruit and flowers.. The sub
ject of Autumn flowers is as pleasant to the
true florist as Spring or Summer although
the poets have expended their efforts in
glorifying the one and paintingjthe other. ;
Before Judge Cant well yesterday Robert
Hey wood was arraigned on the charge of
disorderly conduct. The usual fine was im-
posed, but judgment wa3 suspended on pay
ment of costs. ' "VI"
, W. H. Brooks, and Jno. Dofrus, disorderly
conductjudgmcnt suspended. PhilipCutting
and John . McGibbon same offence, former
fined $100, and latter $20 and costs.
It having been insinuated by some of the
leading journals that the "Cuba" entered
our harbor merely for the purpose of testing
so called points of international law, and
was not in distress as asserted by her offi
cers, can draw consolation to their souls from
the fact that the coal taken from her Friday
by officers Servoss and
only ten tons, not sufficient indeed for an
eight hour cruise.
Autumn. Our mornings are delightful,
a perfect Elizium, cool, refreshing breezes,
a cloudless sky, and the glorious Autumnal
rosy sunrise. Young j men and young
girls, get up early 1 enjoy these rare gifts
of excellent nature,: it ia sinful to discard
them! nature bountifully presents to you
the rarest and fairest season'; the golden
days of expiring Autumn.
In the sentence of the young animal the
Journal keeps; Judge Cantwell remarked :
'Oh ! shame on Wilmington that she should
have citizens that approve of cowardly as
saults, and who tolerate and associate with
men. who spring from ambush upon un
armed men." This sentence is commended
to those citizens who still possess self-respect.
Others w,ill not regard. ,
Will our people ever Wake up to the re-
sponsibilility of education? Five dollars a
year will give thousands a - fine reading
Room and Library. The Boston Library
was started on that principle. The Mer
cantile Library of New York is subsisted
upon three dollars and a half per year, in
dividual subscription. The Brooklyn Mer
cantile Library on the infinitesimal sum of
and a half!
What sayt Wil-
The jolly, wholesouled officers of the
Steam Sloop of War "Cuba" still remain
with us, a blessing to our merchants, and a
harvest to our saloon keepers, and hotel
Crowds of urchins constantly follow them
through the public highways, chattering
econiums on their gorgeous dress,their swing
ing swords and hilarious j air. Our people
will sadly miss them when the dreadful
fiat is issusd that compels them to - leave
us" . , v r. 1 - ; .
! "There's life in the old land yet!" We are
confident of haying seen this poor, misused,
misguded, and sterotyped. sentence cap
ping 'leaders" in our Southern Exchanges
for the last six months. Mr. A has a potatoe
born unto him of peculiar dimensions and
of gigantic bulk 1 A column editorial is
the inevitable result, and! that self same ed
itonal.we will wager our life headed "there's
life in the old land yet l" : 1
; Mrs. Smiggins has an j ordinary hog fat
tened, or Noodle has an elongated cucumber
the concommittant is sure to be persented.
Spare us gentlemen ! Do !
At the County Courtp Judge Cantwell
presiding, the case of Augustus Snyder for
merly convicted of assault and battery and
sentenced to twelve months imprisonment;
subsequent evidence havingadduced the fact
... ry l2 "ill j . a.' JI il.
tnat tne onense was commiiieu ouuiue me
city limits he was remanded to the Supe
rior CourL ir;;.- :l;J-'.:
Also the case of John - Rooney, formerly
convicted of assault and battery on his wife,
Johanna and sentenced to six niontns im
prisonment, wasrr.-opened, and prisoner re
manded to custody until the fine of $100
and costs heretofore imposed be paid.
In the case of a defaulting witness, Har
riet Ann Quince, judgment, was suspended.
Peter Keenan, for retailingjiquor without
license, prisoner sentenced to one months
imprisonment and to pay! costs of trial.
There being no further business before
thfi ConrL Judere Cantwell ordered tho rli.
charge of the Grand and Petit jurors for the
Tns AirEMCAn brock Jocjutax. scst
free fob tores Moirrns. This inost ral
uable, Interesting tnd instructlTe Joubsal,
for Farmers andStock Breeders,! will be
sent free, the balance ot this y ear, to all sub
scribers for 1870, tent in before Jan. 1st
This gives each subscriber over 500 large
double column pages of reading matter lor
the small sum of $1,00. Send lor saecimen
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(which will be sent free,) Get up a club and
receive some of the many valuable and use
ful Premiums offered by the Publishers, N.
P. Royner & Co., Parkesburk, Chester Co.,
Pennsylvania. ' " : ; .' v;-- ' 'r .
Sunday Hosniso. How many pleasant
brcakfaBt tables it looks down upon. No
need to hurry away to office, or ! store, or
counting-room. Fathers come leisurely
down in dressing-gown and 6lippcrs,and sip
their coffee without danger of choking.
They have time to look round and see how
tall the children are - growing, and that
nothing in this world is so beautiful as a
rosy baby fresh from slum ber. Mother too,
has the old girlish smile that comes not often
on a week-day,' for if it does, father has not
time to notice it, and that, perhaps, after
all, is the reason it comes so seldom. It is
pleasant, after eggs and coflce, to sit com
fortably down by the fire, the centre of a
ring of happy faces, and hear the church
bells chime. Time enough vet to go. for
this is the first bell. .
Church bells are not, to my ear, "an im
pertinence." One is a free agent I am
free to go, which I like to do ; you are free
to stay, if you prefer ; though I may think
you make a mistake. I don't say that I
should go every Sunday to hear a man who
was always binding doctrines together like
bundles of dry sticks, and thrusting them at
his yawning hearers. I want to hear a ser
mon that any poor soul who struggles into
church, from any by-lane or alley, can un
derstand, and carry home with him to his
cellar or garret ; not a sermon that comes
on chariot wheels, but afoot, and with a
warm, life-like grasp for every honestaye
and Jit honest hand in tho assembly, de
faulter or Magdalen; lor Who bade you slam
Heaven's gate in their faces f
I want a human, sermon. I don't care
what Melchisedek, or Zerubbabel, or Keren
happuk did, ages ago ; I want to kno w what
lam to do, and I want somebody besides a
theological bookworm to tell me somebody
who is sometimes tempted and tried, and is
not too dignified to own it; somebody like
me, who is always singing and repenting ;
somebody who is glad and sorry, and cries
and laughs, and eats and drinks, and wants
to fight when they are trodden on and
don't That's the minister for me. I don't
want a spiritual abstraction, with stony eyes
and petrified fingers, and no blood to battle
with. What credit is it to him to be pro
per? How can he understand me f Were
there only such ministers in the pulpit, I
wouldn't go' to church either, because my
impatient feet would only beat a tattoo on
the pew floor till service was over ; but thank
God there are ! and while they preach I shall
go and hear them, and come homo better
and happier for having done it
So I pray you don't abolish my Sunday,
whatever you may do with yours. Don't
take away my blessed Sunday breakfast,
when we all have time to love another
Don't take away the Sabbath bells, which I
so love to hear. Don't take away my hu
man minister, whose God is no tyrant, and
is better pleased to see us go smiling home
from church, than bowing our heads like a
bulrush, and groaning back to our dinners,
till all you anti-Sabbatarians are mad to
abolish Sunday and no wonder. j j
oub mahufacturrjio ihtsre8ts a
Visit to Hart & Bailet's Iron asd Cof
fer Works. Quickly thrusting our; note
book close to the traditional spot where
throbs the fountain of our life current, we sal
lied forth last Thursday afternoon to inspect
this immense establishment At the office,
we whispered gently to the courteous'Hart,
our desire, and in a few moments were safely
under the guidance and direction of the in
telligent and gentlemanly managing i fore
man of the establishment Mr. Thomas L.
Colville. We wended our way through a
gauntlet of old bombs, rusty schrapnel and
grape, and a truly multitudinousand multi
farious collection of," old salt pans," broken
iron, distorted bolts, malformed castings, all
truly better imagined than described. On
our left was a mysterious and somewhat an
tiquated piece ot iron in the form of a cem
etery head stone. This curious piece of
workmanship is about twenty-four inches in
height, eighteen : inches in breadth and
about one inch in thickness. In the centre
is ja medallion of General Wolf,?who fell at
Quebec in the memorable French Canadi
an campaign To the right and left of the
medallion is the Union Jack of Great
Britain, and surrounding all is the nigh
obliterated inscription : j v
" In memory of Major-General James Wolfe.
Marched to Quebec January 13th, 1759." j
After marveling at this rare specimen ot
ye olden time, and with the instinct of
Pickwick scrawling " a note ( of that," we
perambulated toward , 1 ;
TFK MOULDING DEPARTMENT. ! '
Here may fancy, the unchained mind,
Witness the Ixadni work of man,
The molten fire brimming o'er : j
The flash; and the fiery wind."
Tucking bur skirts our coat skirts ner
vously, and shielding our face from the lurid
scorching glare of the seething cauldron of
Satanic flame, now emitting glimmering xae
tcow, again showers o! pyrotechnic beauty ;
anon shooting forth in variegated hues of
rainbow color; orange, indigo, t scarlet,
and emerald, we gazed on in wrapt admira
tion. Whizz, buzz, t-r-r-r-h-h-h-u-u-u-p-p
comes the golden liquid fire ; and. tho mini
ature volcanoe, smacks so decidedly of the
place where we are told sinners congregate
when they- "shuffle off this mortal coir
that we turned from it, nor cared "to cast
one longing lingering look" at the Bellze
bubbian fiery' type. ' ,
Carefully treading over freshly made
castings, and catting - a half glance at the
men engaged in handling the ladles and
tending the fires,' who seemed healthy
and energetic in this unenviable calling,
we passed out on' the east gate of
this department and took an outside
view of the melting turnance lust spoken of.
Imagine a long smoke stack of a steamer,
then double its size." Then at the height of
about ten feet from the grouud the fire-door
is situated Into this apperture, about
l8 M 12 inches, is thrown promiscuously, or
rather alternatively during "heating" pro
cess, soft coal and old iron. . A most insuf
ferable heat is allowed to generate, and you
can imagine the intensity of that heat which
is necessary to transform conical shells of
an inch and a quarter in thickness, into
running liquid fire. As no doubt all of our
readers have seen the process of moulding.
we will pass on, so therefore wo take you
into the " !
BLACKSMITH DEPARTMENT. J
Leaving the furnace wrathful,
"In the heat and hurry of his rage."
Ilere the disciples of Tubal Cain; and I
must say, some of them not darkened by the
dusky illumination, of their muscle develop
ed occupations cheerfully saluted us as we
entered. We doffed our hats, to these men
of brawn and muscle, and sighed,
" Cause we were not like unto them," .
in their beautifully expanded - chests and
sinewy arms; This department, was barren
of any interest, as any blacksmithing might
be, with the exception, however, of the won
derful activity of the workmen, who, while
one lifted his ponderous arm to puff the
bellows, the Other cruelly thrust the mad
dened iron, further and further into the
murderous heat. This department is entire
ly separate from the moulding department,
contains three forges and seven men. j The
building is ot wood and ot very, substantial
Our iudispen3able pencil again sharpened,
we taicc you now, reader, to a more interest--
ing part of tlie manufactory
i THE MACHINE SHOP
in the maid building, which is firmly
erected, the; material being brick. It is
about 100 h 30 feet, and has three floors ; the
first of - which we are now on. Here are
eight steam lathes, all in the ceaslcss whirl
and din of industrious application to their
several peculiar duties. . Here.is a man who
sits, seemingly unconciou3 of our presence,
applying his fearful machinery to the
sharping ot some portions of machinery, ap
parently insignificant to the casual observer
but which, perhaps, may revolutionize the
world. Two planes, one screw and bolt
cutting machine, and a beautifully and
symetrically formed "Shaping Machine"
are one this floor. Toward the Eastern por
tion of the building is the Engine, whose
mighty evolutions keeps the whole ma
chinery of the vast cstablisment in motion.
This engine is of their own manufacture, of
twenty-five hoWpower, thirty inch stroke,
and ten inch piston. It requires about
seventy-fire pounds of steam to "run" the
establishment Iwith satisfaction.
The fly-wheel makes seventy revolutions
per minute, with only a cylinder of ten
inches. We tere pleasantly reminded here
of what Southern manufactures could be, if
sufficiently supported. We do not profess to
be connoisseurs ot the. art of shaping iron,
but simplicity ot construction we can
comprehend, and if there is anything to-sur-pass
this, one of our greatest signs of prog
ress, in simpHcitfjin harmony of motion, and
in easiness off general gear we have yet
to see it. - i ' ; '
Next in order was the carpenter shop, on
the next floor.1 So treading lightly s up the
angular staircase, we were ushered into the
asylum of the! "hewers of wood" of the
the more advanced century.
THE CARPENTER SHOP.
On this floor, all that science, skill and
genuity has contrived and invented is laid
before the astonished gaze of the visitor.
Here are planing machines, that take the un
couth monarch of the forest, and shape him
until he, perhaps, shall grace the table) of
an Emperor. Again two turning lathes
that fashions into most impossible shapes
stubborn oak, and elastic pine. Down to
ward the Western portion of the building
is heard the deafening hum and buzz of the
circular saw as it ' cuts in measured way
that which stood the flash of lightning and
the peal ot thunder. To the North is the
moulding machine, mortising . machine,
"Geayers" planer and scroll saw.' Seven
men are laboring on this floor, five colored,
and two white. Bidding good bye to this
floor, Excelsior like, we went higher and
here if it were not for tho gradual approach
of night that Warned us to be speedy and
expeditious in our investigations, this .would
have received our most rigid scrutiny. Here
Is a perfect museum,out Barnuming Barnum
in the tastefulncss of collection and careful-
nets ox arranscment. In a room the full
length of the building, some one 1 hundred
leet, are erectedhree tiers of shelving.,. On
these, placed carefhlly, by one whose bump
of arrangement was a leetleblt r well ? de
veloped" is every mechanical pattern imagi
( ' THE PATTERN ; ROOH. ' '.' 1
And here ? are the collection of thirty
years I y Patterns ot cog-wheels, gudgeons,
lamp posts, shafts, pulleys, rods, everything
in fact that you can contemplate in mechan-'
ical science r and , art j and the number
well I when we say that every article , erst
in this Foundry since tne foundation has a
pattern here, you reader can best ' judge,
Their name is legion. From this, we bur
THE COPPERSMITH DEFARTUET, Ul ,
stopping only to take a hasty glance at the
invention of the Foreman, "The Pea Nut
Picker.". If one can' form unto himself a
mammoth churn, cut into two - parts and
laid in a horizontal position, and from the
centre of this, a round box with one hun
dred knives attached, revolving with great
rapidity, and then conjure your head close
ly enclosed between - a ; myriad of these
knives and soft hair brushes on the side to
ameliorate your bleeding condition, you can
judge with what 1 terrible "feelihks," we
gazed on this engine of pea nut mangling.
The following correspondence has been
handed to U3 for publication :
Wilmington N. O. Aug. 20th 1869.1!
Hon. Edward CantwelL y " V
Dear Sir I desire to know whether you
hold your Courts at the City Hall as Judge
of the Special Court solely for the trial of,
violations of the city ordinances, or whether
you hold a Justice's Court ;for the ' trial of
such misdemeanors, as other Justices of the
Peace are authorized to try, or whether you
try the violations of the city ordinances fas
a Justice of the Peace, or whether you claim
to be acting as Judge ot the Special Court
and justice ot the Peace at one and the same
time. , I request an answer to these questions
at your earliest convenience as my action as
Mayor of the City of Wilmington may in 1 a
great measure be thereby : determined.; i ,
- - Respectfully your obt.evrt; '4
fi .,. .. f..;::. Jos. H. Nepf Mayor
Wilmington N. C. Aug. 21. 180.;
To Hon. J. H. IJeff, Mayor, V
Dear Sir. In reply to your note of yester
day I have the honor to state, that for the
convenience of the City police, I am trying
violations of the City ordinances at the City
Hall, and I have also, for the convenience qf
citizens, been making .' complaints of
violations of the State laws and also icivil
warrants, returnable at the same place, but
if the Mayor , objects &a I understand he
does, to my use of the room forsi that pur
pose without his permission, then I do not
propose to put him to the trouble of - pro
curing an ordinance for that purpose,
but in deference to the wishes he : has ex
pressed to me in conversation, very cheer
fully abandon the practice and will here
after make my State warrants, and civil
warrants, (not on the City Docket) return
able at the Court House of. the County or
some place other than the City Hall. : B
I asked you to stop just now for the pur
pose only of a reply to your communication
I am Sir, respectfully r
Yourobtservt. . v
Edward Cantwell ; ;
, . , J. S. C.
Wilmington N. C. Aug. 23d 1869.
Hon. Edward Cantwell. V i !
Dear Sir. I received your note of the 21st
instant, and am glad to be informed by you
that you will discontinue the use of . th$
Room in the City Hall for the trial of all
causes except violations of the city ordi
nances. I wish to disclaim any personal feeling
in this matter, and was only desirous - of
relieving the Marshal and Police from an
extra duty which they are not bound to
perform, and which materially interferes
With duties which are during their .stay at
your Court, necessarily neglected, and also
to avoid the charge of partiality in extend
ing to you the privilege of using a room,1
which any other of the six J ustices ot the
Peace for the Township of Wilmington,
might with the same propriety demand. It
will also be a relief to the citizens, inas
much as they can now determine both the
nature of the offences of which they may
stand charged, and the character in which
you try them. J .
Your obt. servt.
, , Joseph H. Nepp, . Mayor. :
N ORDINANCE . CONCERNING THJE
J. Storage of Gunpowder. . , , f -
Be it ordained by the Board of ' Aldermen of
the City of Wilmington as follows : ;
i Section 1. No Gunpowder shall be stored
vrithin the City Limits on the East Side of the
Cape Fear River. . . .
Sec. 2. No dealer shall keep on hand at any
time a greater quantity . ot gunpowder than
one hundred pounds . s ? -
Sec 3. All mrsazines for the storage of gun
powder shall be constructed of fire-proof ma
terial. - - .
Sec 4. Any person violating any of these or
dinances shall be fined Fifty Dollars per day.
r Sec 5., This ordinance shall take effect on and
after its passage. - - f - y - - .
Passed in Board of Aldermen October 4. 1869.
Oct 7 , 315-St
i?1?7t?1 county hasan excellent wheat
i .rCorn; lisi .beea setereljr.' afiected.'' in Ala
- Rust has appeared in the . cotton in Du
plin County, and U last spreading.;
- H. Wilkinson has been appointed Tress
ufer of Bladen county, vice. R. Blue resiim-
'.Much of the cotton planted in Seaufort
County hasnot been boiled Weu,'aud there
fore has been injured; W'V'H
iners will be interested in a n.nM
to be read before , the State pFair, entitled
-rone Raising in -Qates v; i
r 9 State cotton crop has increased, not
Withstanding' the drouth, twelw ter rBt.
uwui josii jcar. - vjauiiy xor US V1
Jfampson County ought to have sufficient
strength to shake off its drouth, but it hasn
and consequently its cottbn suffers from it4
The exhibition of Agricultural Imple
mnta at theState Pairwill surpass any
thing,4 heretofore witnessed in North Caro
lina. v ; -
; :At the Missouri Pair the premium fat hog 1
weighed seven hundred 2 pounds, : and was
only eighteen months oldlv What Says North
Carolina' fJsa,r -
'.The Borden Agricultural Pair takes place
at Danville on the 13th, Uth,' and 15th of
August. "North CaroUna andrnia far
rners take notice, i . , u- -r
We fear that one of bur Counties will have
ihe Edge taken of her and another
if she don't a- Waken to her responsibilities.
for Medklenburg has a beautiful : bale of
cotton to exhibit at the State Pair.
i We have novpause to complain of our corn
crop, it reports throughout all sections of
the countryV canbe considered as evidence
f the condition of; this necessary staple.
The loss is forty-nine per cent in Virginia.
Prom thirty to forty per cent in the Western
and Eastern States : 'and.one to ten ber cent
in Mississipi California Alabama' and Mis-
souri., There wilLprobably be one hundred
and fifty million- bushels less than a full
crop. (i . .
Coal is going up. ,
T Bonner has" red hair. , .
sters are plentiful. r.ir, --- : '
c . Watermelons are scarce; -;
a White pants are eschewed. .
Mellow Autumn approaches. , .
1 ' Straw hats are out of fashion
Santa Pe has a three-eared doe.
Heed birds Floridian office holders
Internal Revenue receipts $386,261.51.
y San Prancisco has' six Chinese, theatres.
Washington has a Ladies gymnasium.
The Schuy kill river , has , risen Seventeen
feet. - ; " . , ; . V
Hurlbert of the World has ; arrived at
Suez, r v' , , :
Diamonds first discovered in Russia
1799. ' :rj : ;
It f is not so warm as it . " used ter was.,?
True! ' Ji - ' !':': " ' . ' .
; The Longshoremen of Charleston are on a
Brooklyn is to have a new market flwith
100 stalls. .
The vNews aid " Star pf Washington r are
" mueing" it; J "": i 7.
" Indiana Democratic SUfAV nnnnftnn
January ,8th; 1870.
" The British Consulate at cihi P rrr Via a
been discontinued. , .
' Bangor banged away on the 30th ult., in
honor of its centennial." -7. .
n,i:,yt.-J .Tl-i--V-". '
I Chicago is to nave a sreat PnWin. T.hi.i
purchased frGermany. . . t , ,
i The;AlaskaMail contract costs the govern
ment $3,000 a round trip. ...
New York is to.have a foundling hospital
under the Sisters of Charity. r r , w ;
j Chang, the Chinese giant, chews six or
twaary papers ox lODacco aauy. , . - i ..-
i The new lesral tender notes first inof.u.
t - mm t - - mwv USi(4s"
ment were printed Wednesday. . ,
, Jb orty-nve tnousana dollars were the re
ceipts of the Kentucy State .Pair,,. 3r i -r
' 'The millennium is comincWftflk?
merchants are reducing their prices. '
Victor Imanuel bfiW 'no -opposition to
the priests attending the , Ecumenical.w
. The. National Debt-.bv th
March, will have been reduced $115,000,000
Political -precessions are : forbidden ia
Pennsylyania, within ten days of an election.
: Weddings, with brilliant diamonds and
gorgeous dresses are therjresent tnitr nf ,
New York monde. f , , - 4 ; .
Thev have been nravin? fnr T?n ?k t,;i-,
delpbia, and they'have got it with a Yenev
ance,' a full inundation 1 . -
TeTesrraph poles, bridfresrd wn?nr,
warehouses and railroads swept awav bv th
Theinternitional,; Industrial' Exhibition
opened .at fBuflalo, Wednesday. It wiU
continue during the month. ,
Bent on the ruin of a reputation,' , 1
She told the vilest story ver known,
Of her success how brief the explanation,
8he spoilt a.reputation 'Twas her own.