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Watertown times. (Watertown, N.Y.) 1890-1894, June 27, 1870, Image 2

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si Baturdiy was’a h o t day in t h e Northern jfeSjJind E a s teni Stafcei. Tbe therm o m eter at Portland, Me,, stood at Od in t b e shade, at -wy ^ t S l a ifrew York. a t 95 iu Rochester, and SiWi'Aftf 1 0 5 in Albany. « » - ■ — -— . - , “BtHjS: j j mator Conkllng ons day last • week m ade a g reat ipeacb in favor of tbe com- plate abolition .o f . the ,income tax. The isS fJaw e g T Press has g reat faith' i n the Sena- T 'to r a opinion—w h e n it agrees with them. s~--J.n this case it doesn’t agree. T h a t’s onr -v*^ 7 poiition — -- Judges, should b e paid a great deal more th a n they could e a rn in their own offices a s attorney^. W e don’t believe tbe Btate is bo rich, nor t h a t tbe people a re so prosper­ o u s that Legislatures are justified in voting salaries w h ich in Other times, w o uld have I' m ads the. recipient comparatively rich in a single y ear. c- Meat o u g h t to be obtained a t reasonable figarea in New York juat now. Cattle, Ja h e e p and hogs were parried through from .^Buffalo to New-Y o rk on S a turday, tb e 25ih, for one cent a bead. T h is extraordinary reduction of freights b a s been reached in ■■ a b o u t six weeks, when t b e first Btep oi de . c iine was from $120 to $100 per car from _ Buffalo to Now York. A onto B. Cornell w a s nom inated for 'Assistant T reasurer at New York, on >'.i:'85th. The selection is a good one. Mr. •-•—Cornell w a s th e Kepublicia nominee for Lieutenant-Governor tw o years ago. and “ now . h o lds the lucrative position of 8 ur- a . : VSyor o f the port of N e w York. W e hope ii*;\ - t h e President will now name Q sr. Merritt * feiSsfS1*- Collector o f New York th a t will ” belahbthef gobd thfog' for the Admimstra- r t r |io n «nd the country. The New York Sun— Dana’a paper—in­ dulges in some very savage, brutal lan gttage, particularly toward President Grant ■ j m d his administration. We believe we are able to tarnish th e explanation. T h e Sun _ s n d Brick Pomeroy’s Democrat are both - published in the samo building—the one v formerly known a s Tammany Hall— and It •> Is n o t improbable that tbo editorials of the .• tw o conoorns sometimes get mixed ! We are sure somo o f the more ferocious articles 1 in the S.un are written by Brick. Wo are glad t h a t the Senate yosterday ; agreed to abolish the oppressive income tax. and trust the Bouse will c o n cur.— N.Y. Bdiid; ------- W e should b e glad to know tnho is “op- prefced” by tho income tax. Ia it A T. Stewart, or Wm. B. Astor, or Cornelius -Vanderbilt ? These men are among our largest tax-payers ; are they oppressed 1 Ii .-ao, let’s bave a h a t pawed round! ~ T $ E L A T E C O S b T I V l T I O S i L C O K - V B N T I O H . ■ B rother Bickford, ot tbe Carthage Re­ publican, demurs to our remark that the i late Constitutional Convention “ d id more th a n any other one thing to give New York T-tcrthtrDemocrscy.\ He u y a we are mis­ tak e s . and proceeds to argue the m atter at gptns length. W e shall not reply. It miy \ J t o t b * Strictly truo tb a t tb e Convention damaged tbo Ropublicans more than any ether lingl* thing, but that it was a very _ serious injary to the p arty, n o well-in formed m a n can Nave t h a least doubt. :. . • A nd now, Brother Bickford, we £ake is- JQfe with yon w b e n you say “ the Conven- “rrtkm had been demanded by the people.” - W e isslat (hat it never was demanded a t a l l True, more electors voted for it than - against ifcarhcn tbe question was subm itted i~ k o them ; but t h a t was n o test of the popu- • lar ieultng. T b e Ropubticans generally ' voted fur it aud the Democrats generally lUgaua l i i , and, as a rule, lor no other or L a m e n t a b le . We a re pained to team th a t the Demo­ cratic machine does n o t inn smoothly in N e w -Y o rk.. Being operated-cbiefiy-by o n e man, we did not dream there could be the least dissatisfaction or inharmony. Dr. C&rnncbau was appointed Health Officer of New York city last winter, and a t bis - earnest solicitation, certain powers which had formerly bieii vested in th e Heal th Commissioners,^weve -confevre&op- j on him ;-and so badly ia ho using those powers tbat the merchants of New York bave hold an indignation meeting, a t which the Doctor was c h arged with having taxed the mercantile community to the verge of endurance, and driven the foreign trade of the oily to other ports. Tile Journal o f Commerce charges that tho commerce of the city is being plun­ dered. The legitim ate fees of the Health Officer a re a b o u t $40,000 a year. The ex - tras and perquisite swell his annual re ­ muneration to about $75,000. “B u t this,” ib affdj, “ia only a beginning of w b a t can be made, when the exactor haa unlimited pqwer and no scruples.\ ^ J ^ j c u a l Tlie fact tbat the outcry conies so early in tlie season shows th a t tfae screws have been applied with an unprecedented pres­ sure, and that the little finger of the new Democratic adminittraUon i»' thicker than the lorn* of th* old lieyublican tyrant in the wont dayt of hi* oppretiwe rule.\ Tins is dreadful 1 A Democratic paper complaining ot tbe conduct of a Democrat­ ic official. However, the Journal of Com­ merce is not always orlhodti. We sre very sure that no l,dyed-in-tbe-wool” Dem­ ocrat is going to find fault with anything dono by any member of hia party. F i r e s . - A fire occurred ot Meadola, Illinois, on the 23d. It destroyed one and a halt blocks. Lo**$25,OOQq Insurance $17,000. One a t Newark, N. J., cn tho 25tb, destroy­ ing the Methcdiat Piotestant Church.— Damage $8 1,000; insured for $10,000.— A fire occurred a t F r a n k f o r t.,?*., Friday, in the pickers’ room of the cotton mill of W . Sm.tb & Son. L~ss $16,000; insured. L S T T F .B F B O n L . INGALLS— Wo. 1 « . ribetter reason than they thought thoy ought -4 o vote againit e a c h other. W e think the D em o crats happened to be r ig h t on thie oc- \ ’•cadon. -There w a s no demand tor a Con- -. afitutional Conventlob, s n d i t nover would ■ b a v e been thought of or vutad upon if tbe „JPOfi*tltution ot 1840 h a d not directed thst th e sense of ths people should bo taken on th e question of tb e revision o f tbe Consti- -ioU o n onco in tw a n ty ye&r-i. A g o o d man y law y sra thonght our judiciary inadequate to the legal buainaei of tbo S tate, a n d fa- ■ v o ted the holding of a Cooventioo ; but -'-other—peoplo koow, no reason - -why one should be heJd, an d few c o u l d have nqn;p3 One b a l thoy been asked to do if. The consequence was tbat nobody but lawyers -toot-any-parhoBlar-m terast i o the <> oveu- fio n ; Tt Was made up of a majority of la w - ysrsq they sat u n til tbey tired everybody o a t but them selves; and tbe reason they —did-not g e t tired w u th a t tbey did i ot • t t y constantly enough to become s o ; .-vredbn’bt i f there wss a quorum in atten- ~ d tnco one whole month out o f the nine or —to t - t h e Convention waa ia session. Of - course, The people were weary with the do in g s of this body, aod if they couid have - voted open tbe new Constitution the same ffCtr i t was completed, it would have been voteddow n by a majority that would bave been perfectly overwhelming. B u t it was allowed to sleep u a til (he peo­ ple in a measure g o t over tbeir disguit, whan Democratic lawyers and Republican Jttwyers, b y m a k ii g common c a u se ior the vjsdiciary article, made o u t to cairy that portion of the revised instrum e n t A n d we --baTe-a judiciary-organized u n d e r it- that ought to satisfy a ll lawyers—'a t least as far a» pay Is concerned, if lt does riot any one else. —‘^ I n 4 8 4 8 $ 2 ,500 a year was considered*'* sM taooable compensation for a first class TjfOdge. Now that would b a ld ly pay a Jus- Sessions. For the Fame services .$$,500 were allowed twenty years ago, $5,- 000 , a n d $ 6,000 a n d f 8 ,OO 0 -are now paid, •ahd We think the Chief Justice receives g«T«m n o re, At o n y previous p eriod in our r 5 & t b i y , t j i i a ’compensation would ham been oatragenualy U r g e ; b u t no pay is ~~l «Stbid4 o b h ig li now, so long as it comes * o a t c f the p u b lic treasury. ' 3 “: ;ifiatw e :Will hold ip . \ T h e re is no use in indW s ry article is ^Judges fiave been chosen under it, w a j fixed by tbe accept t h e situation, ere waa any help\ ieyrtbersefvlctsQ f to d treble and wera twenty IN CALirCRNlA. H acrambhto , J u n e 14. In our two weeka’ absence, we b av« only mot with ram once, th a t was at Glenwood, Iowa, on Sunday afternaon, June 6 . B n t as rain Ib not much lcoked tor in the re­ gions ot country where we bavd been, it does n o t came m u ch concern. ' B a t tbe dally aight of th e Bun, and at night ot the aura, with the drouthy appearance of th is region of country, calls hourly to m y mind the inquiry : How tare you in th e East t Does the drouth tbat many feared bad set in when I came away, still continue? I bavo *een no eastern paper of a later date than my own information covers, and the teliyrnptalc reports of papers this way do noi contain weather news from the Bast, so my snxlety to know bow our country fares in Northern New York is unsatisfied. I hopo noon to h e a r th s t an abundance of rain has fallen. Tbe crops in California havejbeen greatly shortened by a drouth here. Field crops suffered here ln M irch and April, maturing a light yield of wheat, drying up ib e grass prematurely, a n d pinchiog the growth oi vegetables Bertoualy. The newspapers claim an abundance, however, for home con­ sumption. Tbe quantity will nor be very much lets, it Is said, thau last year, as tbe breadth bowd waa greater. Cherries aro ripo mid in market. They are large and luscious; strawberries grow even larger than with us, but evidently .ack something i n flavor ; currants are ripe and ore very large, the lairest sorts are about the lizo o f our red cherries. New pot it''as have appeared, and lull grown onions of this j e a r are in tbe m arket. The wint.r wheat c rop is harvested, and much of the barley and oat crop, and I judge that nearly all wheat raised on tbe California coast is sown in the f a l l .' The time for sowing is any time after tbe Jail rains s e t in, which is usually the latter part ot Septemberor first of O tober. Tbi* year Ihe early sown wheat has done much the best, the late or November sowing bas been r u t cff by the d r o u th- so the old ad­ age holds gocd here, a s welt aa in th e east, “ it jou get a good crop by sewing late, d o n ’t toll yonr children oi i t \ In Sacramento, many of the more cooeid- »rable residences have a windm ill for pumpiDg water for purposes of irrigation, by which mesns they keep their gardens and yards fresh through the long, dry sum­ mer time. Those th a t do not have this attachm ent, or some ocber means of Irri­ gation, expect their yards and gardens to g o info the sere a n j yeHow leaf in t b e lat­ ter part of June. From that time till late i i September or first of October, a period ihrco months or more, a ll nature is stag- L-aut It is r,ot winter, but a fierce y dry summer, snd the effects on vegetation are aboat the same our winters. — ------ E t o c e t o n , J u n e 15. I bod written tbua far when car time a pproacbed and we bad to pack our trunk* 11 move on to Stockton where we have spent an afternoon and Digbt making ready io r our vjsjt to Yoscmite Valley an d the ‘ big bees.\ ftw diptsnce is abont 120 m iles, 17 cf which must bo performed on hcrsebick. It taEes fi<J& eight to tan days to perform th e trip s a d see the won­ ders. W e stsrt a t six tb it morning, sod I bave only time to say t h s t my facilities for m ailing letters m ay not be of tbe beat, snd 11 n.cfd not lurprise you i f t t p regularity ol m y coiTespondenca ii somewhat broken up. P o r t i a are in the velley now, snd I may h a v e opportunities to send o a t letters, if so I ehsll endeavor t o improve it. A s the boat stopped st Detroit merely ODg enough t o !*nd a (ew passengers, we had no opportunity to. view the city, ex­ cept whSt c o u ld be seen Irom the river.— Ju s t bdow Detroit t h e Messrs. Ward have an extensive iron furnace and rolling mill, ihe dense b lack smoke from wbicb, like a fan ral pal), covers t h e country lor milts. They have equally as extensive works hear Cleveland, MTOvSuKcfe 'and Chicago.— Five eteam ferry boats keep up th e com munieatiou between Detroit and Canada side a t W iudsor. Passing through S t. Clair lake, or as we were inclined to term it,tbeSr. Clair swamp, we wooded at a dock on the Oapada side af*fbe St. C lair river, passed fo r t Sarnia, where the Grand Trunk railroad crosses the river, a n d entered lake Huron ju s t be­ fore dark. ^ For m u ch of the distance through lake St. Clair, t t e channel is very narrow, and tbo w a ter only fourteen to ti It een feet deep. As a consequence moDy vessels got aground. There aro numerous buoys which murk ou t the channel by day, while the ligbt-houses and lanterns bung on stakes driven into tbe low marshy banksi serve to guide the msrinor a t night. Very tew sail vessels, however, pass the lake, or even the rivers D e troit snd |Bt. Cioir, with out being towed b y one of the numerous powerful tuga kept <or th s t purpose. So great, U , f % ^ ^ ^ . y ^ J « f c i i 66 n-ihe 6 e tugs that they go o u t into th e takes forty or fifty miles in search of vessels th a t are to pass the river. The towing bills are costly Hems in the current expenses of sailing ves self. The United States government have spent immense sums of money in trying to Improve the navigation ot the St. Clair fiats, and bow have s num b er of large steam dredges at w o rk on a new channel, which will be shorter than the old one, and it Is h oped much better. Tbe land on either side ot the Br. Clair river is very low ; apparently not three feet above the level of the river. I t Is excellent land for grass, and there aro a good many fine ap­ ple orchards, but we noticed but little grain. Oao is astonisbud to see the difference in lhe country qd the opposite sides o l the river. The sori ts t h o same—tbe climate tbe ssmo —all the natural facilities the same ; b u t on the one side, fine houses— gocd b»rns—choice stock—thrifty orch­ ard s —well cultivated fields a n d every ovi- deure uf enterprise and th r i l t ; while on tbe other side aro tumble d o w n bouses, d i ­ lapidated out-buildinge, scrubby orchards, acd every other ovideuce of indolence and neglect, l t is tbe United States verru* Canada, “ Young America” tertue “Old Fogy is©,\ Progresi veriue Plodding. Through lake H u ron the trip waa rather monotonous. Tbe atmosphere was so smoky that we were out of sight ot land nearly all the timo ; while there w as not wind or sea enough to disturb the tran ­ quility of tho weakest atomach. But with & fine piano nn boafd, a number of good singers, tnd an occasional game of “ euchre\ or “ seven u p ,” wo managed to pass the time quite p ’eaaantlv. Our next stopping place was a t Mackinac, where Wo arrived about nine o’clock o n Friday evening. Mackinac is delightfully situated ; the air is delightfully cool and bracing, while tho waters are aa clear sa crystal. The bottom of tb e lake can be seen where the water Is twenty feet deep, whereas, iu lake Erie it cannot bo seen a distance rf six I feet. The fort at Mackinac has a com -1 manding situation, and ia reached by a ' hard gravelly rosd which winds gracefully ' around the hill. W e regret that we could not bave visited the fort and ipent a day j or tw o on tbe Island. | Daring the night of our leaving Mack- j tnar. a fog^ Bottled down over lake Michigan and we had considerable difficulty in find ( ing our wood dock, which wis a t Ptoe i River, oa the eastern Bhore of take Mich-1 igon, about fifty nulea from Mackinac. T h e proper name o f the place is Charle voix, after s Frenchman of that name who | formerly lived there. T h is iB a new country, nniy having been j settled abont fits years. T h e land is light a u d saridy and good for ; wheat. Tbe people sro principally eo- ; gaged Tn getting lumber arrl wood, and | catching flab. Salmon tro u t and white fish of great s:za are caught here. While tbe Bmall streams a b o u n d in brook trout. Thiougb the k indness of Mr. Jackson logalls, an old lesident of Clajlon, Jefferson County, N Y., wbo resides here, tho Captain was pre­ sented with a nice'mess oT brook trout, of which we, being the Captain's right hand man, cam e^n for a full share. They have Methodist preaching i n tbe ecbool house, and have ju s t stsrted a Mssonio lodge ; the first comminloatlon o f winch was held the night before our arriva’ hrrc. M oreover tbey have one of thoso band- ,raiids of civifizition, and (guardians Of public liberty—s weekly newspaper, the “CbarleVoii Sentinel,” which though a small sheet, is w e l l ^ o t u p and has a live edim r. From here to Chicago we had fogjy waather nearly all tne way, whlcb, though it did not hinder our progress, put us to the disagreeable necessity of blowing tbe whistle every few momenta. Thi» we could endure we;I enough through the day, but- it w a s productive of almost anything but sleep s t n i g h t ; though no doubt highly conducive to our safety Oar whistle wss frequently answered by tb e whistle of ether steamers passing, and of one, the B. F. Wade, which w as on the same course with us. and for a long time le 3 s tban a half mile distant. Occasionally the fog would lift a lit tie so that the spars snd sipoke-stack ot the “W sde\could ba seen; while the rest of h#r appeared to be u n d e r water entlrelv.— The illusion * r « perfect. We reached Milwaukee som e tim e during Saturday might, a n d ie sving e arly is tbe morning e n . tered Chicago river s t 3 p. m. Monday morning w e took our leave of the “Idaho\ a n d her Oaptain snd crew.— But w s dsn n o t »o unceremoniously dis­ pose of ber here. Captain Penny, who we are proud to say, hails from Henderson, is a ‘ Equatb” m an; a prudent and careful sailor as well ss a perfect geatlem&n. May h’s fat, ruddy face never grow lean, and bis shadow never grow less. T h e £is‘- and second mates, steward nnd enguecis aro ail gentlemen. We saw no ir tox cation, ana beard na profanity rim any of the officers. There was nothing to offond the delicate- senses of the m >.-t fas'idtous; while every thing thnt could be done was done-for tne comfort and safety of the p 13 sengers. S calpki .. ■ c u - v d w .th It e bo-t. cu m U in a 'io n n n d P o w d e r - in u - I , , .-tn. 100 Stnldcn i.arie, - V- r». <oiur.»i»lon»l. J u n e 26th.— ln th e ’ Stnalc the sok-ct committee appointed to investigate the chargoB agaicg Generid Btlcock m ado a (\Ci report, reviuwii-K tin; cvirlcn.o ol fieatral Babcock aod Air. Perry, cmuui'-r- crel agents o f t h e United E t a t e s i a Sjn Domingo, and concluding with a recom­ mendation th s t the petition of Mr. Hatch 0c indefinitely postponed. Trie niinontj report ceDsuros General Babcock, and recommends th a t the $15,000 demanded by Mr. Hatch be c< lltcred of th.; gi-virn m ent ot San D-mingo l>v the United S tates In tho House, Mr. Binglnni, Ir-un the Judiciary Committee, reported in the case of tho assault ot Mr. I ’orur, a member ol the House, by Mr. Woods, in Richmond, declaring iho assault t o he fclontou-*, ssd reBjivrng th a t Mr. W oods tie imprisoned in tho county jail three months. -------------- — . . . ------ „ ,t N o t e * . ' 5<UsSft' If anybody happens to fall in with ta $10 greenback, series of I860, frotn No. 3,330, 001“ tnN o . 3.53 2 ,0 0 0 ' , both inclusive, hi- will please notily F. E ISpinner, Treasurer U. 8., and remember tho individual from whom he received it. Deo o f these, it is stated, pas turned up at a s tcte iu t'ort land. Me. I W L a r r i e d R I C E — C O N N E L L — A t the U n io n c h u r c h F e l t e M ills N . Y . , un th e 211th mat. b y the lt e v . J. H . L a m b , J o h n W . i t i c e o f U illia u i s - lo w n , O s w e g o C o . , to H e le n (i d a u g liU -r of N I> C o n n e ll, E s q . of th e fo r m e r p lace. I l t e t l . B U T T E R F I E L D - t n this c i t y . June “ Trli, l e r o , Jfertio, o n l y son o f K. T a n d I,m i n i , 1 . B u t t e r t t U d , a g e d S w e e k s and 3 davs. Ku- n o m i a t h i a f a t h o r s n u d d o u c e . N o , :i W t a e lo w s t r e e t , at 2 1 *. xi_. T u o s d a y . J u n e 2 hth. 5 . n u g a n c T . v u m i a e : T v fc:' 0 H “ -Vfu 4, [‘ADDiji h < I i; M>r. f 'i r s e . in. a . TV t- •!> . Cl.). -U l ! m j a ' & r n a >; m Mi' 'ftrges>* n:n‘ i? S a t o a P ' * - . f ; 0 ’.vpr: i *i Ki n r\ • Ibe if P INVll'r I »iitfOfi Uj: V ' JI . 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