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is only equalled by the agility of the owners in jerking a vest or coat over them. Of course the crowd don't laugh, nor jeer, nor the victim's face don't turn red; of course not. (This, as A. Ward would say, is ironical.) As we passed Goldsboro', N. C., coming down, the news of the surrender of Fort Sumter had just reached there, and the town was ablaze with tar barrels. Every man that had a gun was out and firing it, and this deponent firmly believes that if any man had been insane enouthe process of acclimation therein is so extremely warm as to be highly disagreeable. North Carolina may be asleep on the great question, but I venture to say that there is not a town in the Confederate States more true to Southern rights than Goldsboro'. Charleston is not very much excited, and a stranger is surprised to find such coolness in a city which, for two days past, has been in hearing of a bombardment. Business goes on as usual, and around the Courier and Mercury boards I have