The Sanitary Fair Concert last evening was a perfect success. The lateness of the hour forbids a further notice at this time.
Another big wool train arrived from New Mexico yesterday, along with a Santa Fe train loaded with hides.
Our old friend. Chas. Ingersoll, formerly of Lawrence, but now connected with the Post Office Department at Washington, made us a brief call yesterday. We are always glad to meet him.
Through the energy of Orderly Serg't W. F. Kenton, Co. B., 2d Colorado Vols., and Dr. D. Y. Chalfant, the fine $40 violin, donated by Mr. Wilson, was subscribed for and made a present to Edward E. Jones, member of Co. B, 2d Colorado Vols., one of the best violinists in the West. Served him right.
The progress of the Fair yesterday was satisfactory in every respect. The attendance was very large, sales brisk, and receipts correspondingly liberal. The exhibition continues to-day, and unsold articles will be disposed of by private sale and auction. Committees have been too busy to make reports yesterday, but we are confident the total sum realized will exceed the expectations of the most sanguine friends of the Fair.
Mr. McGee is advertising property that he has for sale in the Addition. Mr. McGee has pursued a very liberal course with his property, and has built up the Addition with great rapidity. He offers some fine one-acre lots for sale -- just the thing for fine residences.