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Agents fnr llm Post In Ni- York ami 110-dnrl. I
The most gratifying news l>y tele
graph, this inorning, is the announce
ment of the fall of gold, which is down
f_ee the first |_tge for four eolunuis of
reading iiutttter. - See the telegraph col
umn for the latest news. See the local
column for city intelligence, and the I
market report for the range of prices. I
A want of space alone has hitherto .
hindered oiircopyiug what the Lieuten
ant General has to say in regard to the
military resources nnd achievements of
General George H. Gordon, the Massa
Miss Price makes her debut before n
Norfolk audience, at the theatre, this
evening, in tho character of Fanchon.
She will bo sustained by Mr. Hanchett,
Mr. Ferris, Mr. Taylor aud Mrs. Fred
It is given out that all Mr. Logan
Hurst's coiislitucnts hnve buried tlieir
spoons, and all tlieir gold and silver,
and diamonds and jewels, in view ofthe
rumored approach ol (Jen. Butler. Mr.
Logan Hurst's fear of Butler will enrich
some future plow man.
Tho Rev. John Chambers of Philadel
phia, preached mi eccentric Sermon on
Thanksgiving Day, uu abstract of which
will be found in to-day's paper. It is
not a very wise discourse, but it will at
tract attention and provoke controveisy,
and that, pellimps, is what tho reverened
author is after.
The usury law ill this state should be
ISSfBln- It was intended, we suppose,
for moral purposes, like the liquor law
and other contrivances of inexperienced
law-givers. It only serves to embar
rass tliu borrower and compel him to
pay enormous interests on loans. We
have heard of charges as high as eight
and twelve ft* cent a month asked und
given for the use of money, ltepeai
the usury laws!
• ... m mo *
According to advices received by the
Mexican Minister at Washington, Juarez
was to leave for Chihuahua on Dec. 13.
A decree of J uarez, dated Nov. S, declares
that an election for President lias not
been possible on account of the invasion,
and that by virtue of tbe exlruordirihry
powers With which Congress bus clothed
the Executive, the term ofthe President
will be extended until another popular
election can be held. A second decree
declares that Gen. Ortega will be subject
lo trial on his return to Mexico, for bav
in'; stayed in the United States eight
m mtlis svitboiit any special puipose.
The late cashier of the Philadelphia
Custom House having embz/.eled ever
$(.1,000 of the funds and decamped. Col
lector Win. B. Thomas has paid the
amount out of his private fortune, so
that the Government loses nothing. Mr.
Thomas says he cannot see that he is
bound, either in law or in equity, to
make good the defalcation of his subor
dinate, but that he "has been prompted
to make payment by an anxious desire
that tin. present Administration—wilh
the good name of which his own is lo
some extent identified—should not be
chargeable (in consequence of any cir
cumstance which may have occurred in
the department consigned to his care)
with having lost or squandered the
The disorganized condition of the col
ored musses of Virginiu is occasioning
much alarm __vmg the planters, add we
understand thut a movement is to be
made in the Legislature, with a view ol
securing the passage of v law, uutlioriz
ing the rcorganizalinn of the militia.
But we tlo not see th it this law would
remedy the matter, since the people, us
yet, are forbidden, exccptiinderstrhigent
licenses, from keeping arms. Aml there
is another impodiluent iv the way of
the procurement of a police force of (bis
kind. Tlie young volunteers Who Ofmi
posed the militia of Virginia at the out
break of the war ami who were forced uul.
ofthe State hy tlie politicians to defend
South Carolina, are not likely to commit
themselves again to Ihe keeping of the
men who betrayed them into a four years
war. We have more than once express
ed our own doubt that anything like a
purpose exists among the colored people
to revolt against the authorities; and sve
have also remarked, Ihat should such a
movement be made, the Union truups
were all-sultlcient to suppress it. It
might be well not to dwell 100 much on
these matters of danger; they breed un
wholesome fears; ami lead to a distrust
which is the worse frame of mind a peo
ple can get into. Light up the lumps
aud be cheerful and as merry as we can.
Is the Alexandria (-(institution valid ?
Who adopted it* By what authority
Las it become the fundamental law of
Virginia? Aro all persons occupying
the chairs of senators uud representatives
in the capitol at Richmond, legally in
their seats? Who elected F. H. I'eir
point Governor of the State ? .Vill acts
passed by this legislature, and acts done
by this governor, stand tbe test of Ihe
Virginia and United States courts? We
learn from a ootemporary, that a few
days ago, in tlie Virginia Legislature,
there was an elaborate discussion of the
proposed amendment to the third article
bilities to the cud that certain persons
may hold Office, and four Senators, now
out in the cold, by virtue of eonslitution
ul restrictions, may be enabled to take
Iheir seats. One element of this article
of the constitution involves the question
of negro siifi'ruge, and hence the pro
longed talk over the subject after it had
passed the Senate. The opposition to
negro sufi'rage is total, and the debate'
elicited a feeling of probability that a
coiistitutionuU-*onvcnliou svill be called
.it an early day. The bill bearing the
amendment had passed to a third read
lug In the House before the members
svoke up lo a sense of what they deemed
a great danger. A reconsider.-!ion was I
had, and the bill was finally committed
to the Judiciary Commillec for action
Some doubts having been expressed ns
to the authenticity of Ihe list previously
published of some of the subscribers lo |
Iho rebel loan in England, a more com- j
plete list has been made from captured
Confederate books imw in -Washington,
of the bondholders borne on the rebel
books at Ihe payment of the lust, inter
est, about November, 1st;I. This list
also shows whether that payment of in
terest was received or not by each indi
vidual. The bonds vary in amount from
._SO to $I,oooeaO-l. It is reported that
about £..<H),Om) iv excess of the original
three niilli ins were surreptitiously
placed on the London market by the
rebel agents. It will bo recollected thut
Delano, of the London Times, and others
denied that they were subscribers to this
loan.- The denial may be accounted for
by the fact, as the list shows, that they
did not receive the last payment of in
f.t; or their names may have been
ired to secure their inlliienee with
calling upon them for subscriptions.
Wo understand from good authority
that since the l_th of lust June the
I'ni ted Slates Commissary in this city
bus distributed to the destitute in our
midst five hundred and twcnly thousand
four" hundred rations, and that he is
now issuing eleven thousand rations per
week, but that after the loth instant the
issue will be discontinued, and the entire
poor turned over to the city authori
ties How they are to be provided for
after that time, heaven only knows.
Richmond Republic, Dec. !).
The leading men nnd property holders
if this elty, and all classes who can
afford to unite wilh them, should take
.nine measures to aid the unfortunate
l>oor this winter. For two years back,
best* duties have devolved almost ex
clusively upon northern merchants,
irmy and naval officers, and strangers
vho happened to be found in the hotels,
en thosubscription papers were going
md. Now, let all help. Those real
ate owners, who are realizing
re than tsvo hundred per cent nd
ice UJWS tlieir stores and dwelling
uses, can fillbrd to do much ; and we
st that the Mayor of the City, Mr.
bb, who is himself directly and indi
ctly, a large gainer by the doubling
tl trebling of the rents of Norfolk, will
kc the advance step in this movement
behalf of the needy of the city. This
liter Ib important, and if should not
suH'eretl to slumber. It is the busi
ss of the Chief Magistrate to cull
i Mint him the property holders nml
ulthy men of the city, and consult
v th them, its to the measures necessary
n ie luki'ii in anticipation of the wants
lite poor. II would, in OOP judgment,
notumiss to confer wilh the military
horities, with a* view of securing a
sll(-Cation of the order, directing th**
i.scoiiliiiiiancL'of government assistance
er the 16th inslunt. These multers
* worth considering nnd that very
THE FENIANS MELTING.
If all thai /utulhaitiis that have conic
of American movements lo "llber-
Ireland," Mr. John O'Mahony is tlie
.st complete. And his man Gillian,
v io challenges non-combatants, is a
ulhtttin worthy of the companionship
i the fools who style themselves the
sh Republic. The Philadelphia Fe
in Congress is still fresh in the niciti
yof our readers. It will l.c recollected
it that convocation established the
-.'public," made John O'Mahony
1 'resiilenl," organized a Senate ami
, louse of Representatives, and cxeeu
o departments with secretaries. ' The
' Executive" hired a house on Cnion
lare, New York, and have been play.
ng government for several wef*ks nfler
he most approved fashion. All this
.ould he harmless enough, if John
I'Mahony and his centres were the
ictims; but since they have nothing to
*_c, It is lime that that "republic" were
pset. It seems that (he "head centre"
ml the "senate" are at loggerheads,
ml that the O'Mahony has posted the
'malcontents." The story is this: The
'ei.iuii Senate, as it is called, which is
iosv in session in New York, hnsudopt
.l a KBalul ion warning the Brother.
mod and the public against taking six
y-eight thousand dollars worth of
nian bonds which the Senate is in
ined are to be issued illegally ; and
ne of these bonds the Senate say-.
ye already been sold. The difiicully
understood to have grown up in this
Miner: The I'Vnian Congresu al I'liilu
elpbia -appointed an agent to sign Ihe
nils, but that agent did not acl, nml
other man signed tbem under tbonu- I
>rily ofthe President of the Brother- j
al and tho Finance Department of
"Irish Republic" -which is in opcra
iin New York. The Semite gave no
hority to issue them in this manner;
ii* I thatliotly in its manifesto pronounces
sale of the bonds a fraud, and says
will treat the issue as illegal. This
on called out John O'Mahony, tbe
sidentor the Brotherhood, who has
ltd B card against the "malcontents"
f the Senate, in these words:
IlEAm.lmTr.nsi ¥. 11.. New ____, D,'i*. 7.
Ie Members of the Fnian lltiitlievhiHnl:
'ouwill have seen in the journals of
s date the self-written anil self-pub-I
ished condemnation of the long-timed
ualcontents who have met iv this city ' i
I without authority. The existence of so
small a number in so large a body as ours
should create no anxiety, although it
may justify regret. The Brotherhood by
a Congress to l>e held in January next,
will show its capacity to overcome do
mestic faction, instigated by corrupt mo** |
tivesor by British gold, ns it bus demon
strated already in its power to respect
law ninl further human freedom. British
prisons are not-secure against us. Loci
factions must give way.
(Signed,) John o'Mahony.
President Fenian Brotherhood.
Tho wild Irishman did not stop here.
He bus also caused a poster to be display,
ed at the Irish headquarters. The last
named document reads ns follows:
"11 being deemed advisable to keep
dishonest persons from the offices of the
headquarters ofthe Fenian Brotherhood,
as well as the enemies of the Fenian
Brotherhood from its immediate valu
ables, the following peixons arcexcluded
for perfidy until further notice. Per
"President F. B."
Tho following are the names of the
persons excluded, as they appear upon
James Gibbons, Philadelphia, Perm.;
Michael Sconlun, Chicago, III.; J. W.
I''it/gerald, Cincinnati, O.J P. O'Rourkc,
New York city; P. Bauson, Louisville,
Kv.; W. Sufi van, Tiffin, Ohio; Win.
Fleming, Troy, N. V.; Patrick J. Mec
hlin, Nesv York cily; Edsvard L. Cary,
New York city; W. R. Robert..
The Fenian Senate, which is still iv
session in New York, have taken Presi
dent O'Muhony'scoiiductinlo considera
tion. It is probable he will be impeached,
ami sent back into the world wilh Jiis
TILE MISREPRESENTATIONS OF
The New York Herald which begnn
to be very conservative, with sonic nft'ec
tution of'liberality towards the Southern
people, must have discovered that such
a policy will not pay, as we see it giving
currency to niisrepresenliilions of the
spirit of tho South which have hitherto
been confined to pusilaiiiuinus journals
in search of notoriety. A correspondent
of that paper, writing from this city,
dishes up a lot of very improbable items,
recounting expressions alleged to have
been littered by two gentleman and one
lady, which, even if true, do not amount
to anything, ns they represent no party
or community, ami were but the casual
utterances of persons who may have de
sired to create it Inugli, or let off ■ little
superfluous spleen. We reproduce the
items as furnished hy this industrious
"A KKHKL M. D. ON SI'KCIK.
"A few days since Dr. Tucker, Profes
sor of the Theory and Practice of Medi
cine in the Virginia Medical College,
) located 111 this city, it* Use course of the
delivery of a lecture upon 'Pneumonia,'
ul-aii mil literally that 'the reddish tinge
in pneumonia is characteristic, and is
about the si/.e of n hnlf dollar, if any of
you know what that is. Old Abe Lin
coln took away nil we had. But he is
(lend and gone, and I nm glad of it.'
This sweet son of Esculepius and disci
ple of Hippocrates is a brother, 1 nm
told, of Beverly Tucker, the fugitive
from justice, as well H of Randolph
Tucker, of this state.
•im DAVIS' LADY _lU__DS.
"Tsvo young ladies—daughters of a
wealthy tobacco merchant who was
lately pardoned by the President—were
a, Committee recently in one of the upper
wards of Richmond lo secure signatures
to ft petition for the release of Jetl'l Davis.
They called on a family whoso Union
proclivities were wholly unsuspected by
them, and urged one of the daughters
therein to sign the document. On (he
lady's hesitutiiig one of the committee
women remarked: 'There can be no
harm in it, fori don't suppose thut hor
rid old creature, President Johnson,
will purdon Mr. Diivis. If I had my
way I would hang Johnson.'
'A UKMUKIt Of THK COM-ON COUNCIL OF RICH.
MMOND ON TIIK SITUATION.
At the last meeting ofthe Richmond
Common Council, it body not now sub
jected to military control, a member
boldly asserted, in reference to the or
ganization ol a civil police :—"We have
enough of Ibis infernal Yankee military
government, I want now to aid iv the
establishment of a government for south
ern men, in which southern men shall
be the rulers."
•TRUV'ALKNCE Of DISLOYALTY.
"All through the hotels of this city 1
hear disloyalty gloried in, ami on every
band the alllrmation, 'svuit until we
are permitted to indulge in civil and po
litical power. We will show these de
lesledYankc.es whether they can stay
iv the South or not.' "
The first three items we doubt. Tin
last is so palbably false that the writer,
if he is still in Richmond, ought to be
ashamed to show his face in the com
niuuily whose good name lie so inlain
ously slanders. We venture lo suy there
is not one man in this city who "glories
in disloyalty," nor one who bus ever
littered the expression about "detested
Yankees," which the writer appends to
his closing paragraph, unless, perchance
-tome drunken bar-room bummer,whose
places of resort are identical wilh those
I the Herald'l correspondent.— Rich
Tc copy the foregoing from Ihe /.'/.
--'•er, without other remark thnn this:
William 11. Merriuni is the corres
ili'iit of the New York Herald. He
•les in Richmond. He enjoys the
tisvship of gentlemen. This we peat
■ly know. The Governor of the State
I'irgiuiuis more than gratified when
r he condescends to bespatter that
functionary. It now devolves upon Mr.
Merriam to substantiate his four specifi
cations against the patriotism, loyally and
irood-breeding of the Indies and gentle
men of Richmond; but as to the matter
it the "drunken bar-room hummers,"
lie may do us he likes. He is now called
ipon, and since he is no anonymous
•scrii.blcr," he must bring forth the
.roofs. It is time that some one of the
S'orl.hern correspondents backed up bis
itatenienfs in regard to the people of the
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Oratoiho. The member! of Christ
'hurch Choir, under the direction of
•n.lessor P. It. Ma.se, assisted l.y several
•eiillemeii and ladies of other Churches,
.(iit.inplute singing a selection of Sacred
itusic on Tbursduy 21st December. The
election will consist of Choruses, Solos,
quartettes and Trios from the works of
he great musters. Programme will be
;lven iv a future advertisement.
A fire nt McGregor, lowa, on Friday,
onsiiined tho Post office, McGregor
louse, Mozart Hall, and some wooden
iiiildings on the opposite side of the
Ire.-t. Loss estimated at $l<Ki,<H>u; in-
In response to inquiries from Major
ten. Pope, the Secretary of War replies
lint the deserters whoso regiments nro
till in service on the Plains, will be dis
iniiorably discharged without pay or
NORFOLK POST DESPATCHES. \
Till. CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND- f
Washington, Dec. 9. Otflcial iufor- j
mat ion hits been received at the State
Department of the ratification of the \
mill slavery amendment to theconsti
tutionby the States*)! Illinois, Rhode .
Islund, Michigan, Massachusetts, Ohio,
Missouri, Maine, Pennsylvania, Wis-
Kin, Nevada, Minnesota, Kansas,
York, Connecticut, West Virginia, ]
New Hampshire, Maryland, Vermont, j
Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, South
Carolina, and Virginia, making twenty- '
three Slates in till. Telegrapnl. infor- '
mtition bus been received of the adopt
ion of the amendment by North Caro
lina and Alabama. No Information of
any kind has been received of the adopt
ion or rejection by Indiana, lowa, Cali
fornia, Oregon, _ lorida, Mississippi, or
Texas. Official information of its re
jection by Kentucky, Dclnwarennd New
Jersey bus been received. Immediately
after the passage ofthe resolution by
('.ingress an all .sled copy of the amend
ment svas forwarded by the Secretary of
Stale to the (.overnors of each State;
and some lime since the Secretary also
soul circulars to the Governors, remind-
Ing them of the duty imposed upon him
l.y the net of Congress, to give public
notice when the nnieii.linent shall Is*
ratified by the requisite number of
V ASIIIN.I'IoN, Dec. 10. Mil). Gcil.
0a wus for n long time in consultu
i with Secretary Seward yesterdny,
the subject of an—lrs connected with
\ -itilcver truth there mny bo in re
cently published rumors, respecting the
President's coiileniplulcd action with re
gard to Southern Slates, it is well known
here that he acts on allcas.es affecting
restoration as they arise, and that while
engaged in that work he is the best ex
(neutof his own policy, SSSB being nu
>rised to declare whnt course he will
rsue in llie future.
FROM THE. SOUTH.
Nkw Okm-ans, Dec. !>. The Monroe
Register complains of inililary interfer
ance in taking from SheriftT'nrisa treas
ury sub-agent who had been arrested on
charges of stealing and obtaining cotton
under false pretenses.
The Lcgislnlurc bus elected as United
States Senators Randall Hunt and Judge
Henry Bay les of Alexandria.
A committee of the Mississippi Legis
lutiirc has reported against passing the
Constitutional Amendment, not from
objection to the lirst but the second
Judge Paschal, of Texas, hns issued an
address selling fort- what is requisite to
get the State back into the Union.
savannah, Dec. !.». Gen. Howard
ived here yesterday, and left to-day
leiiernl Prince Snlm Salm bus been
loved from the command of ForlPu
'ommander Tatnull.of the late Con
federate navy, left for Ilaltimore yester
Gr. 11. Lamnr and son have been ar
rested for attempting to bribe the treas
sury agent, svho hud charge of the cap
THE FENIAN TROUBLE.
Nksv York, Dec, 10. John O'SuHi
vuu, signing himself lute centre from
Ireland, sent a curd to the mewspupers
to the effect that William It. Roberts,
now President of the Fouiun Senate,
declared to him that he would destroy
the present orgaulr-atlon, umi substitute
a ncsv one in its place, ami appoint
others ;ts Seiintors, whose namesure pub
lished, lie asserted that they svould
tear dosvn the present brotherhood and
erect one suited to themselves. He says
the Irish recognize O'Mahony us tin*
Rai.kk.'H, Dec. 11. The Legislature
counted ll.e vole for Governor to-day.
Worth received _2,__l>;. Golden 2-.,_U_.
Majority for Worth ii,.;io votes. Vimcc
received 132; Stamper.-,'; and It. F. lloke
__ The legislature hud passed a joint
resolution to Inaugurate Worth to-day,
but rescinded it this morning, mul
passed a resolution lo adjourn on the
Uttll Inst., to meet the lirst of February.
Piiii.ADKi.iiiiA, Dec. 10. The collec
tor of (he Internal Revenue seized one
hundred thousand cigars uud lifty-livc
barrels of whiskey, libeled for forfeiture,
for being offered for sale without the In
ternul Revenue lux being paid,
Ni.sV VoitK, Dec. I). Gold bos fallen
Ni'.sv FORK, Dec. 9. Cotton dull at 4..
oar sternly, decline I. to 25, Southern
oeline.l. Wheal dull ami nominal, nt
. Corn dull nnd lower. Reef quiet.
irk buoyant. Lard and Whiskey dull.
Bai.'l'lM.'HK. Dec.!). Flour dul I, sales
Ml barrels (>bio Extra at .!»..>.. Wheal
livea.nl declined. Corn ipiiet, yellow
... s:i. tints thill at ;.u(„,."",|. Clove'rsee.l,
line ** ~ s.iiHf« 7 fill. Whiskey heavy al
__.!. Provisions dull.
WA.flir.OTi>:.. Friday, Dec. 8, ISfi...
. ajor (leiiernl Logan, who is in town,
las declared Ihat he will not accept the
tppointment, ns minister lo the Mexican
Republic unless a more decided polity
IKt adopted. He says if he is to go there
lie wants a force sufficient to secure the
ignily of his position near the Repub
Brig. (leu. Martindalc has been bre
•tcd Major (leiiernl for gallunt and
Speaker Col lux has been shuttinghim-
If up, to-day, to work up the Cominit
The War Dedart_M.nl has accepted the
slgmtlion of Major General Huller, to
therwith that, of (lens. John A. Dix,
11. Kelchuin,nnd J. H. Oroxton, the
■o former lo take eU'eetoH the bill. nil.
El the two latter the _.l inst., with the
vision, however, that no final puy
elits for past services shall be made
itil they have satislled the I'ay Depart
ent of their non-indebtedness to the
The resignation of Col. L. M. Seolt,
merly A. I). C. on the staffof Lieut.
en. iSe'oli, und who received a leave ol
bsenee to visit Eiirope in 18(11, lias also
en accepted, to .Int.* from October 81,
12. The resignation of Col. N. P.
lipninn, late Judge Advocate of the
ir/. military commission, was also ai
ded to-day; the War Department,
wever, previous to his resignation
nferring upon him the well-merited
ik of Brigadier (leiiernl.
' 'he receipts from internal revenueto
y amounted to . 1,-2.,<M1..
teports to the Freedincn's llureau
B ______ SS colored schools, 11_ teuchers
ml 5,618 pupils In Washington, Alex
ndria, (leorgclown, Freednieii's Vll
ige, and the Government farms in
Mr. I_Sm.ro the Mexican minister has
received advices from El Passu up to the
Hi. of November last, l'l'isidciil Juuie/. ;
Hart fixed the 1.-th or tliat month as the ,
lay of his de|>itrtui'e for the city of Chi- «
lmul.ua to re-establish there the Na- :
lional Government. The official paper "
from El lasso jmblislics tsvo important 1
decrees, dated the Nth of November.
The first declares tTiat, us an election for
Pre. blent has tiO-_bccn possible oil ac
couiitof thel'teiiQli-iivasioii, the'refiire, ".
by virtue of the' estraordin try posver
svith which Congress had clothed the
Executive, and. by virtue »1 the exist in*
aiuuiiulous circumstances, the Execu
tive declares that the constitutional
term of the President is extended until
another popular election can be held.
This conclusion wus arrived at after full
consultation with the lending patriots,
and is understood to express the popu
lar wish. It will Is* welt received
throughout the whole country. The
second decree declares that, as General
Ortega came to the United States only
en route for Mexico, und stayed in the
United Stab's without uny special pur
pose for over eight months, he will he
subject to a trial on his return lo Mexico.
Thi* United Slates officers at Fort I'.liss
were going to give a ball on the I Ith of
November, at El Pusso, in honor of
Bulwer I.ylloii says that n refined
gentleman may always be known by
the perfume, he uses. In American so
ci.'ly il, is recognized it. a mark (if elevated
taste to patronize riiahui's "Nigbt
lllooiniug Ceroiis." Its purity, fresh ness,
an.l delicacy commend it to all persona
of poetic lash* and feeling. — f nm-iled Pit-
Mot. W. ii. Stiller, iigunt for "Norfolk,
(lon. Hooker. Commander of the De
partment of the East, is dangerously
sick at bis home in Nesv York oity. 11**
has for a fesv days been in it doubtful
condition, tliotgll his symptoms are now
more favorable. His disease is erysip
elas in the head. • He has no visitors,
and no business is ullosvcd to trouble
We invite the attention of the author
of "the Tall Young O.vsternian," Dr.
Holmes, to a iHirngrnph iv our local col
umn. It seems that there is an oyster
contest in this city among tho oyslci -
men, uud that parties to it-met at "Do-
Inti's Exchange," and "Nolan's Ex
Governor Bradford has issued a pro
clamation convening the General As
sembly of Maryland iv special'session
on Wednesday, the loth day of Janu
ary, 1880, Tlie Governor says he issues
the pioclumution ut the request of the
Governor elect, Hon. Tlioiiuls Swarm.
Controller Clark ef the Currency Bu
reau has decided that Indies can not act
us directors of National banks, us Ibe
laws ilo not recognize them as citizens.
George W. (laic, who tillered a resvnrd
for the assassination of Mr. Lincoln, has
given bonds at Montgomery, Ala., map*
pear when raited for,
The Southerners in Washington mall
ifest great bitterness towards .led. Davis,
accusing him of being the cause of the
ruin of the Confederacy, and of need
lessly prolonging the #__,
A special committee of the Louisiana
House reported against (he Constitution
of 1804, ami presented :. bill for the cull
ing of a convention ou the 4th day of
J miliary next.
On Thursday, F. E. Spinner, United
Slates Treasurer, received a letter, con -
laining $l. r >, from a lady who presented
it to lilm ns her contribution toward
liquidating the war debt.
The Louisiana House of Representa
tives, have passed tho Senate resolution
against the recognition of Messrs. Ilnl.n
and -totter as Unile.l States Semilors
The only thing the recent hurricane
out west left undisturbed was a house
iv Peoria, 111., which is very heavily
Daniel 1.. Gibbons of 110. lon, Trea
sury Ag.nl at Mobile, coinmilli'.l suicide
by cutting his throat on the 2d instant.
lt is stated that ex-Con federate Secre
tary of the Navy, Mullory, is soon to be
tried before a civil tribunal.
Arrivals at the Atlantic Hotul, Doc 10.
C('.i|ili.'itrt, lliiliiin.in, Maryland: Undersoil Bay, .Mi,
soitri; I, II C-itiiiiiiili, llitll int,,l-,; SV II I sen. /l I-Aaiulii,'-
II li Loid, llel; Ilrll W Urines, _t__.ru-.mil SS A .Slim.
Ste.iiuer M.vii. C I' Cmsili'V, .M.-us llill. Miss Ulusv, A I'
lt.vd.-11, W lliirnov, I' Hurley, II lini licit, Oanil.rklgH, ,N V:
Tims I jAAsr.-iic.-. I) .1 SVlii'ii.'i, SVii.liißiiliin; A (I Steele, N
Vl II l> Ictus, Halifax. N C: SS L Sharp. N ('; N Sin I til, N
(;.l SV Title. Morgautnu, N C: A Olloisliv, Miiim- IH.h
Wlfl, Pllilii: Julius Sell, I'l.leisl.ill'L'l.lilr. ..-l.'l.iila, 11111 l
ilnl|.ll Co. Mo; AS II Penpoint, IT l*'U fo.ilit, .leu XC
llitllkil, SS.- I St.: 11l li IMlilil.illlM. Hull: SS II SVliil, In ~1.
N Kldilick, Suffolk: It 11,n1,-i, I*.in,'.- Rilsvtiril. Su: .1
Ur.'.iil,iil;;li. U S N: .1 11 Shul'p. N (,'; J II Whit.-, 51.,
--the.. Cn, Vn: Turner Prir., lliiiiiill.,ll, N C: II I, .'....per,
II SV -M.-_.-11. SV (U'o./ains. Jauu -vi 11... N I'; X Uutlinu
liiiiii, Vu: Jl' Rusk, It II Dnclivill, Bl; ,1 II SVood k,
Ri.-iiiiioiid, Vn; M W Ki.lu-r, Northampton, Vu: Mia
PuH-,'ii'.i-rw per Sti'iinislitp Niagara, Cuiit. Co-cli, from
.Now York. I Uilli, Ai/.: Churl,. Newel 1, SV SV Mold
aud family, C_t«l> Viuiluiiu, Ja 1 W Taylor, MI; Wil
liuius, SV C .Morrow, W A .li.col.v, I' .' .ortiel, SV Crass
1,1,1. N II Hick all, O Merit, .1 C .loiui, SV II O'llii.n, M
Malli.rv, .loi.ll 1) Andrew, John. Morrison, 11.1 iiul.lt
ill-tun, il I' Kiinil.il|ili. It.l -i-lug, I' II My«-,. II datltl
I Nll Itiiliti.ii, . M l.tinili. CI. Moods, i_ .1 Mitliv, <' 1.
•lol.nsoii. I; N .six, isiiiiil.i' 1 j .litini-, II I. Ns 11 , uud lit
iv tlie a-tange.
t iiiiila.ii iiii |i. r Btfl-lalihln Niii-sira, Cn|il. C.uiili, rout
N.'iv York, li.c 10th: .1 I' Crowell, (' X Staple*, .1 Jl
Sinillii 1t.,.t1i.-,-, Kn.ler llif.Rn _('... S A Slevelw. .1 .'
Davidson, llulltiian A Ob, J .1 Tnlllc, _SV M v,'r..yA
Uey, Lnldiii _ iSliuer. I. II li.ske I. I'alupo, Mclrliiinl'
Ml-'Cn, M A .* C A Sunl a, .1 0 SVliitelturst, N A- P I: I!
Ci.'sv V Allen .1 Co. Bortsaa _ Ob, Hum _ On, SV T 11..1
lis.,n, IS II Ti ■>' » ('". SV li limit-.ih, c llillnp, (I 1.1
U.iiii.s,Tn.sli.i-. Martini fib,BS_r*_,N_i__rtA U.v, .1
SI .loinin-'. i»c I'.i.o* 1.., o Wit re. I. M liln.ua A
Co.tl L.'losl, SV J S|il„llev. II I' SViiiresler, llo.kosel.
II 11 Nicl.oln, .1 J lltvl.s, I. 5..1,i-i,nr.s.
Con-siirnfi'fi |_._ Steamship ll.illeras, ('.pf. Purrisli.
from Ness Veils. I.e. Uilli, si/: .1 V. Wimi,TuttluA Clark
0 11 llai'Asi'll. 8 March, M Met* A Co. SV Kalian „ ('„. C w
(liiiuilv k Sou*. (' B Slaples. -Camps', A ..Inuul,.l lor,
Mr. ll' 0 Ki-lter, Sntrta, Ovation 1 A Co, 1; I' Talli _ Co,
M Less. .11.line.11. ..Vanee,- llolliiliiy, Cap. Adama, 11
C Perry, Cld A I' lll.oil. .1 P Btlltufl, H Monro. W H
llii 1., ■ . Mian Slit'i'lniili. Win M Bishop, X Itl-j-i;. A Co, A
Linitrio, W A LiuliuK si,., sv II lln .In., r M Mer
chant I. font—Sß, J <I n \eiAion.
Lis. of PitsN.uigi'iin. Mr Hattcrus: .1 SVilli;iiiis,.!i, Cu|,t ,1
II Diird. ¥ I'alloy, N Srl.iv.irl_.
PORT OK NOIIKOI.K, MMBS B.
it.lßMTflan la-iiry, IMiikeiniui, B_l__M*_
-51..i.n.-i 'I'll--. Kris), lllisscll. Hall.l.lore.
Scliooiic Caat-er Heft, Sim.'. Uul I inn,re.
Schooner Bat-ail Tyler, U.-illosva.s, llain- de ilriu'c.
Bel tier Frank I.v. ns, linker. New York
i-'iduiolii.r Carrie Ut-l'in, Siiill . POl timid, Alt'.
St I net HH-.-. _-_-_.«, Belfn'il, Me.
Bcboensr Man Wiilin. Phillips'. Bat—nan.
Schooner __.B_ury, siiiimoiin, b__r.de Grace.
Si liiinni'i' Suritli Umlaut, Hull.m, rtavred*. Qrace.
Hcli.Ninir i-Tiiiil.-i 1! id.il, Hull Havre dv Uracs
Stt'iinicr U_). Leiiry, illilkiiln&n, Ktlltinitirn.
Bteallier 'IT...111:1, Kclsiii, Itl.K-a'll. Ilallilll-ae.
Si 1 anier City iil'flii'hmoiiil, Sh.i 111 hun, Rii-hmontl.
.Sti-in-'r _..ii-t, M.-Ciirriiik, Mullies,.-. cuiiili .
Sli.Hiii. 1 Bsbseca Seer, Uixoo, Bal. I ra.
Schooner Arlisl, Let', pugu—.iu River.
SteamerClaymont, Allen. Philtidelpliiu.
Bfl_Mß__f lliiifietl.., .lohlirion. Ritltilnori',
Schooner Naiiv.'. Mat—aaaa, P-loii-an.
Uet tbe Rest. Clergymen, 11., a clnnrt, do not rvenm
iiii'nd an urlii !•• unhs, .his linsi- tpjad reason to knoAv ii
to lit' A'llllllllile. .MB——l "f lll.y I'lilL'i'i 1 olio of Alli.S.
!•___. I'll-nlam of her __■__. Hair B-M-PSt tin,l
Hair DntH-iiliK, ulul you run rend nver lueuis te,tl.nu
niitlH of our ui..i.t .imint'iit clcrirsineii, each one reenin-.
nieuiliiiK in Iho slroitt;t si terms the ii**.* of Iheae preitara
tiotis. They m-torc, iuviitornli, und Imautify (In* hair. .
yoil wi,li lo ruhlori! and ratalß your htiir .linilr .li life, ntN>
them, Kvery rit 11 _~, i-t Htdls llnlil.
A Tenheii Triß aTBTB. —KMas half its charms, If fli*l
.AVi-i't v.ii ,1s of idlher parly 111. not mated with iifriirruiil
lil-i-ttlli. So/nisiNT in the only article thut still iu-iiiti Uii,
di.iili-nttum by L• * ~i»._ tin. tci-tli IpßlßlflM, tin- (luiu.
li.-iilllis, lit- siltoli, mouth pure aud nnd, lile.l It literal
ll ciulialiai the dental hulimliiui .. prestirvlui. it from de
cay, through life. 1 --■ it daily. Will Uud it a plea.ure.
fan. -Jmlgliur nf N.itlisiiicl'iiiul Mary l. s \Y_.it,-hurst.' '"
I In- 1I I* IXi- 1 11. i|llUilJtulll lH Ot ill.* flillitly sri IHO. I I
r."i'e* tfnllv invited to attend tho ftim-rul tills (Monday)
;ift. run..ii. sl 3 o'clock, liom the residcmc of her father,
No. ...*. Bunk street, without further invitation. •
FINANCIAL AND .COMMERCIAL.
som or mi vouhnia b_»_b hta-d:
Va. Bain: Botes 15 (_ 20
Htnkof \V *_ 28 ,_ "SO
Fanners Bank of Va -. -1 (ul 'IT
Hunk ..f On Vail, v and Blanche* is i.v ;u
E .lanugo RBnk ... V-fclilt* *_1 (_ !!S
'• " " •• Alex 4'l (ul 45
" " " ' SVesloii 1.5 to) —.
Norfolk Savings Hunk i,.m. '_> fui 40
Tiiiii. " '..'. ...85 fui 87
_. C. llauk NoUs JU ral *J5
i1.d.l (large) 145 (.a lifl'.;
Silver IX3 ta IX! '
City Scrip 30
.-...i11i Curoliuii .. 15 __ —
Hco.gill 21) KB —
Cousisteriilil.' etfort Is Ueiiig made hy the n-lreis nnl
inalliigere of the old Savings llistilutitins iv this cily, to
regain pulilict'linfldt'iice, uud'-reeuiui. li.isinoHH." Holder,
ofit'i.iflelites of deposita are applied 10, for the purpose nl
prisining their claims al ii diai'iiillit, hut tho-o stimuli,
ili-r. tiiinl llu- true pualtlun'-f uil.iiis, declinii tv sell ut ti
less figure than the luce of iheir fluilll, ulul interest, and
ill litis p..aitii'ni they are rti'lit, as tini niaiiagi-is are per
sonally it-npoiisilile, anil sliiiiild ii..l l.c nllosvetl In make :i
p.-r cent ofl' of a class of people ss lei resort to .Sasing,
111 lot seciirily. uud n liuiile I Intarflfll for their small
ALE -Philadelphia aad Hods .1.2...
I'.RVN DIES- Apide t'A.OOor I.IKI; 11, itni-cy, Otanl, Pl
n.'l,l'a.lilllon.,Vf.. .I.l.lllliii Iti.lKl: .an. t llruiuli,.: Cher
is, Ilia. Islierrv. iliuA'el, ,*.'., f,'i.lilKii,l'...'..i; l.uniistii: (t-oßl
ii'i"ii) is-*:;:".: California, pr ruse, $21..1K).
HlTTEßS—Unities, In.iki'a, SViilu-i. llui-t _, Ssliiidain,
tc ..1 1(M 1,,, !S; Caliti uniti SS me Hitter., pe<• raw, ._).__
llA.oN—llulliinor-, Sides, lllui _.-■.; lliiius. ._».•__•.
Su.ilhli.M Itiinis, cuts to ,itil. r, Bal_)___
BSSV I'Alla .Sle-s, f 1 S.IHH,, JO IKI: Mess, -Jl'i.liOl-IK.OO.
COAL -Eirst i|iialils', -I*ti—)t...-.; 2d quality, 'MiOviOc.
BRICKS -First quality pressed, $-.',__; 2d do., $22.00
3d do., llft.OO.
BAUIIH'S PIIOSI'II STE FEItTILiZF.It, $00 per ton.
cilltN SVhile, Tilt.t 7.ie; Yellow, t-Oo__*.
COl'TON—Ordinary, -Kii.Uc.; Uiaal, oliiu.l7c.; Mid
dling, -■-„ 40c.
COFFEE- Prim* Rin Coffee, MV:ju,:Ylv.
CIIIIA MO-ASBM HaS6,
CANDLES- Ailiiniiiiilini,, S_Ma_d Tallest', 2_i2f>.
CIIIAK-—Domestic and Imporleil, -ju,,, i;,u.
DOMESTICS-Merrimack Piin.s, Ba_l| Sprugne di
_7! I,; Aliieiiiini ,ln SB) _____i-ng do 27,'j; Dulchea I! do
:10 : Lou,lnn Sloui'iiiug do _7' .j; Ainosk.-ug do, 27; Isile
t-a*ter Oingl tuns SO; Dehunes, :in: Standard Sheet
ing, 'Hi; 4 4 Hue Urossn Shei'ting SHU, 8-4 do :ai-. I I d..
111.-iiclieil do.', la 55; Ticks oTUafISW,' Striped Shilling
-__S; Color.J mid llleaclied lirills, Coloretl
i'i.,iilirh' 2<itt*_ )£.
FLOUR—Fi.iuilv, $15.00i..1.i_0; Extrn, $l2.oo(i_ii;i'.ij;
Sll| .r, $|I..IHI„',I_iKI; Flue, $,K.;,11(,_,.).,,H).
VORAUK- liny, I,'iUiu'2(Ki per cwt.i Corn, 01.-) 1-0 per
l.usliel: Outs, _Ht|.7.'i per bushel: Bran, 40i,_i_-« per hush
li lit X —Mess f__Qog3l.OO; Prime $2.'. .k_l2.iß).
PORTER—LornInn, 1,, sl lirands, t-1.50: Philinlelpliiii
NAVAL STORKS— Crude Turpenliue, iniue iv market.
Turpentine, _'...',"in li.OO; Tar, ».i..-l(,ii6.ai.
(UN—s2., r i_,.r,.00.
LEATHER—CaIf skins, $l.it,„flim p.r do/en; Sole
ealliir, 40t_,4Sr. per pound.
LUMBER--Clear per thn.l-il.il, $7.1.00; '. Ido fan oil.
3tl do., $30.-0.
LIME First quulity, per 1.1.1., tSLtsOtmO. oo; 2d .puilil
OIL-SV hale, par giillun, $2.(«1,,c2.25: Linseed, $1.76
Lard $2 10t«i2.40.
' SCO.SI. HOUSE SYRUPS—GuiiOn.'.
SUINIILE.S -s u,i , ititto.
ST A V ES— t26.o_p__oo.
ROSIN- Nolan 1.
ROPE- Manilla, _~.i,2f-'.; Hemp, 25. .-Or.
SUIIAK—IIi-.ih-ii.l__i Us.: Kenned, OflS—nil, Powdered
iiiid.lriiuiiliili'il,2l_u22t'„ A While, l'.i'..c; 11 White. I'l;
Tllll.SCl'll—Connecticut leaf, 2Uuii7.i.'.: Vir. _Haii<.L°_>:
in mark.l; Maiiuliu lured, . r aa:.i_sl.2s; SBiokiug, -ik-.'i.
:'l.l.l: Banff, r....-..i..l IK).
SStIOD -Per cold, H.50(ui5.00.
SUITS i.ESii 5.t.,1",.
WHEAT—WhIta, jl.W_—lo; Red, $1.f.01..l 75.
WHISKEYS--Old M i.iiliclailt.w |.ro,a»-_U ._''_.-
Rj.. aud Bin rhuli. $2.;itimii .1H..: priaif.s2 i.h.i :l un.
StTN'E—Champagne: "Stiir,"*'lli.i.tslrk." ".Irvni Seal,"
lie St. Mari'i'i.ll. "It'll Lttc," ill .IT BBSMBB| Sherry.l 4
i.. s.00; Port, i4.o_iis.isi; Cbua.i. In aasaa, st-.00, tt',.oo. $1
$10.00 and $2i.0i1; Satllerlin, per case, $t.I.(HH-15; o___N**
lli l. [~ I li.Hl , $121K1,., 14..K1.
MEATS—Heir, 11k.i)..; Million, 1i'»,.,2U; Pork 20; .an
-. .-.2"i, S a l.'r. Dried 8.-ef, 2:.1.. ".II; Choice Ilium
.'.."'..: Iliicou, '-"mii.'-l; liutler, ntMnilHl.
HMIITS --Apple. 75..rH0 els. per peril.
I'OUI.'I'RY-Turkevs, I lotto* M; (letse, I .llln.l !!5;
Do, (sl per pair, 1 2.',t,',',l f.U: Chlckein, 7.',(,,. 1 Oil: Itnhliiis,
10i.,::..; Sqiiirriila, 15(.i,20; Pttrtriilge.. 'loocltr. SS a 1.1 Dnrks,
pair. aOthyib; C. 11. Ducks pair, 1 Wußl on.
S Ell ETA BLKS—Cnliliiigi' .Vu 10 els.; Onions 10 its. p.-.
liiitii-h: It*-. I_ 10 rln. |ier hmicfi: Soup \ egettildcs lltull]
its. per l.uusli; Piitiltues 7_l.tisl 40 per bushel: ..ileal
Potatoes 7-_-**o lis per pei'k
M|FlS|| -Chillis, pi,,,:,', -vi.,,1 (at; Pinch, luilich, l. r .l,v'-1.
Osslers, 2,".(,.: ii per qiiitrt.
COD FISH MiiKV.; hake, 6. Me.
HITTER. I.SKI. AND CHEESE.- Butter lOhillS eta.
per pound: Liid 27ttii-J a Is. per pound; checso 2010.1 l
»■ l"'i ""I.
OYSTERS -■.'_ rents per quart.
Th. cltiff fcalure iv llie market on Saturday, mfl llm
i .'line ol gold, unil file tidvallff in Uoveriilllclit Hi'i'lll'i
_~ I'roilui'e was dull at quotations, mul un sales to re,
...ll on ■ lulllge.
iHi)"' A Hlll'Kl.lOli HKMKI>V.~\Vt_
. coii-.i'ioii-i.iiiHl,)- ifcoiniiiiinil to 11u..'" wiftr.nfl lioiu ii
. coiil'li, Dr. Plricklund'- MelliMwiiH Coii-h Uul
tin. It lIvM iclii'f iiliiiinst iti-.titiitaiii-.iiM, snd i_ willml
li ili.iijj;ivciili|i' lo .lie. ttist'). Tlieie i. no iloiil.L tuit llie
( IlilliK.iH llitlis.'ttii in (inn oftlie l.c it pn jiai;itl.)iin
nsc, und is ull that Uh |iro[ni.-toi- claims for it. W I
i\. triid it (luting th** pMI w.-k, und f..im*l nliet'tV.ini
Boil dlsin-ssiii-j; cough. It in propared by -Or. Strick
ud, N... Kill Sji uuioiv itreet, tim innali, o,,snd foiHsli
WAIiKr. .. ro.nnd M. & C. A. SANTO**-', Agents |~r
.ir.dk, Vu. ii..vr.-t_in
Air,? I)ysi , l'..'SlA.—Wliut evt*ryl»o<ly
\.. mud 1..* line. \\t> haw ln*uid hi ."* ti irkUnd'. Tohi.'
r* Hiked Of 00 iVi'iillflltly I.) 111.-it* who ha\<* hi'i-ll IM'Hi fit
si h\ it, thut al i'l ue nil- t*f .iv pi-1 li-tl to mulii. il l.nou v
the ihilmic Chat Wl. i .idly 1i»-lii-\i* it i-tTrcl*. it m/Mj ill
vi*/ can'; tlii'ivd'!**, ui'*tuy to |botM who im*
ifli Dytp«M-i or NervoiiH Deldlilv,■>_ Ho *>• Ih* ir Driijf
*U und get. it l-ellh- ol I'r. Slriekliind'i. Toiiml
\s lU-i & co., Ak< nt-*, I»r> Ktatdiliii street, N. Y.
.VAU... A 00.and M. i:. A. MHTCM, Agent!-for Nnr
" t, \ii. unviV— 6M
I6T Two JiAi> Casks 09 PtL-tt
IRKII |V lilt. STHICKLASn'*. PIUI ItIMKLY—Mr. (IlllH-A, ol
ins.ilh-, m__MMt__| wiitt-.. for tin* liiui'lit ol ull uh..
Il'-r with Mi.' I'iles, thut he hits Leiu Iroiilded I.v .
il_ wilh an iiggruvatfsl cns(< of l'ih-H, aud hit. hrolhei
■ die-ch-irgi... I r.iiii the army aa imurulde, fit*- _M Inj.
ilo |iur.tl>/.«-.) with tho l'ih-H.) Ih>th lh.*sodtfU-Mlhg
tutvH wnii tv rod with one huttlo of Ur. Htiickhtiid'H 1.1.
'Mirdy. Tin* rt-eonniti>nduti.>u of thine gentlemen, l.c
lv tin* daily t<-.tim..niiiln roci-ivw. hy Dr. Btrirklutiil
|r;ht to i'oliviuee thotrni i-ulfi-i ing, that the mortt liggru-
M ohronie ea-.es of Mn an. rm-ed hy T>r, BtilM-___n
Is Htuiedy. It iniold hy eyeiywhere.
WALK! * 00. »nd M. uud 0. A. HANTOS, Aguiln for
iMk, V«. imvft-ani
fat Hall's Veoktaulk Sicilian
\m Rk-nrvfr hus|.r..ved it.-II to he the most perfect
.-piirati..n for tin* liairevii otler.'d t.. the puhlie.
It id a vegetahle compound, »nd contain, no injur ion.
■>*■■ ilif. whati'Vir.
T U ILL RJVTOEI (lIUY HAIR TO ITH ORIOI-
A L COLOR.
It Mill keep tin* hah from falling ..nl.
It clean, en the wulp and inaki'M the hsir noit, liiiliiiii*
• I fiiiktii.
It in v .ph nd id hair drcHidng.
N<» pf-rson. old or young, Miould fail to Hpt it.
IT LS KKCOMMI'.NUiai AND USKU BT TU FIRST
*»_ Ank I'll Hall** Vi-getnhlo Si. ili.ui Hail* Renewer
I I.i!. .Ilor. R. IV HALL A CO.,
N.i lm. i, N. IL, I'lojiiit'torn.
[#-*■ For nale hy all dmgglnts. ni>v_W—tim
NokioiK. Novemher _.-', lHti...
jk^. 1 - J. ATiiHKi.o it's Hair I)yk.~
he Original nnd Dent in the World! The only true
pirfei t Hair Dyo. IlarmlesH, I Ull ah Id and lii.titnU
us. I'i'odn* i*h immi-ditttely a uph'udid Hlack or uatt£
llrown, without iiijuilng lh« hair or skin. RumedisH
ill vttvt t. of Wl dyi-n. Hold hy all Druggi.ts. Th»
■-ifii.il William A. Rattholor. Al",
H VII Mi RXTRAOT OF MILLRFLKHRS,
Restoring and Beautiryinir thu Hair,
i haki.es batvhklob. N.sr V<_t_. j
Exn.A-OE Nation si. BA-K,| I
NuaroLß, V*., Decemlwr 7, 18f_.. J ■
BtaT A Meeting of the Stock- I
..—DEita of''The Exchange National Bunk of Norfolk' I
will lie lii-l'l at the Banking Ilome on the SECOND B
TUBBDAY (the Mth) of JANUARY next, hetwuen Ihe I
hours or 10 * _. and 4 p. M. of that day, for the purpim i B
of electing _______ to servo during the year 1-tSB. j
SAMUKL _ MOORS,
.Icr-g—iflt ARHl.tant Cashier.
BsSr Famii.y Dye Colors.—Anion^
tin, mont popular and uaefu 1 urtlclua of thu duy are tin,
. Ami s l)va 001088 manufactured hy the well knots n
priit'tii-nl ilicniliita, Howe A Sieve.ns. So very isiipi-rii.r
tu,' llitst: ily ,--*, so easily used, uud isilhu! ail'orileil ill so
low >i iiriie, tliat tli-y are literal ly getting into ev.rv
l.o.ls's lunula, juit on the praituia ul their "merit* are on
everylioily'a lipa. Ouco tried, they hecouiu iiidiapi-naultl...
In iiiany iiarl* of the country they have displaced all
other substances inul iiietlioda of tlytanu. We, without
any heaitatlon whatever, prnnouiiee them the he«t riyi.-i
ever iniiiiiilai liiid, while at thu r-atni.- tiiue they are tin..
clii.«f,t'st in price. The ladles are particularly _______ I
AAill. them. I
/V L E N N' S T H KA. RE.' I
EXTRA! - "*-""_ EXTRA!! I
IMPORTANT KNOAdEMKNT -OU FIVE MOIIT?
ONLY OK TIIK BRILLIANT TRAUEDIENNK,
MISS FANNY B. PRICE,
Who svill upiiear
MONDAY KVKNINU, DECEMBER 11, ISO.,
Iv her artintii- uud highly _■___- p-rßou iliou uf
lv cniijiiuction wiUt the
POPULAR AMERICAN TR.IIIEDIAN,
MR. D. HANCHETT,
Iv hi. |/ow.-rfiil rendition ~f
The ro.ianiii.nnto ulullfy sf tlieaa adiuii-lilii Arlisti.
hun. met with a hearty uu.l ipontiineous pssasslt-in Sum
ull true lovers ol the lli'aniawheresi'i'.hey liuveiippeiirud.
MONDAY KVENINU, DECEMBER 11, 1-I-,
Will In, pivMeni tt II ideliriited ______ Bt Hi" uuUu.r uf
" Until, the VW _—B%**_B_____g -itll iixril.llgTuldeHiiX,
)' A N C HON,
FulfilOß, the I,'picket M.Hi V. 11. PKICE.
rat-Si B.UBHVB Ma. I). IIA ..IIKTT.
Iv preparatiiiii the .-rand
YES T A .
____ tp~h" «.'■_» E H*T !
INVENTORS, MECHANICS, S SNU. ACTUKKHS.
18(1(1! 181.1!! 18ii(i!!!
The hest paper in the United Stales for MECHANICS, I
INVENTORS uud MANUFACTURERS, in this
II is Ihe largest iv si/.e, uud luiu hy fur Iho UrgflS circulu I
lion of uny nthi'i'paper iilHiii class in Hi" iniiiitry. ll is I
piildUhed we.-ly. Eticli nil.nliei-tonluin. aixt.-cu pug.'*, I
-ith I,,lllll't'iiis iilu*.nt.ions. The iiuiii'o'i',. for ayt-.tr I
ninki'twiivs.liiiinea nf 110 puijiti eacli. Ii ah. ißtafnaa 1
full ai'i'oiurt of ull the pituciplt, iuvoiilinns uud dim-os- I
ci ies of the duy. Also, vtilunldi' 11.1.1.UTU Ann tirti-h- flfofl I
TOOLS mul MACUISBRY, used In Wi.niiiii.op.:, M'.sii- I
)'*<'T..flll_,-TBtX ABU MlCllAN.Ull K-tll.'.Klß.'lK, Wno__ ~ I
Cottiib, Chbuiivsl, l'KTanl.):l'M, and ull other Miiiitifiiclur- I
Ins nnd pr.-li.ciug Intaraata. Also, Vl lll'. AIIMS, WAII I
IMt.LKMK.-T.-, OHIINANCK. WAll VESSELS, HAIL I
SSAY MACHINERY, -LEI'I'IIIIC. CHEMICAL, "id ;
MATHEMATICAL API'AII ATI IS, Wool I 1,1 MUCH 1
MACIIINKIIY. HYDRAULICS, OIL AM) WATER
PUMPS, WATER SS II EELS, ell.: HOUSEHOLD, HOK- 1
TICULTIIItALItn.I PARSIINU IMPLEMENTS litis lul I
tor ilcptirtiui'lil -a-ing very full (uul of great vnlue lo Far
mer, and lliirilners. Arlii'lrs nnlii'iuing every _sp_T
lilelil uf Populiir Si'ielict', Ashicli esury 1.0.1y cut iiutlel
stiiiul, and Avhirh every hu.i.v likes n. rend.
Also, RIPOItTH Ot -I'llNTH'll' Soi'IKTIPH. Nt lionu'und
alimud; Pnlent Law Dtrniovs ash l.lari i.-io-S, Pksi-
Tti'Al. Kr.l'll-KS. etc. It also t'olltltilis 111 l Ofllcilll Lis. ul ill
the Patent Cut—-, it a]____ feulnti- of rinat vulne i.i ttt.
VKNTOIIrI AMI* OSS'Nl'.ltS OP PA.-NTS.
Thi' Pulili-Iliers also net its Agen.s lor procuring r,ileitis
fir nesv Itivi'iilioii-.
A Ness Volmneol" thu SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN colli
luetic, s Jttiiuary 1.
TK| M S :
!j.l /it "»• year; $1.-0 for sir, month*. Ten
Copies for One year, MS, Canatla
Suliscrijitioils, _> Ctiits Extra.
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT VMS
MUNN A CO.,
No. a; Park Row, Ness Vurt Cilj.
/IROCERIES AND LKJUORS.
I In'),; li-iivt* to state ti. the pulilic thut 1 hnv.' .just re
reived it laria slock of ■
ol llie fun -t f-aa—Sfla, svlilch I oiler tor stile ut the lowest
rush price,. M. A. B'tSWKLL,
.1. .11 tf No. 1. Wide SViiler at,
rit ti E BOSTON POS T,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY FORTY YEARS,
Bflfl nlAS'uys hecii one of the lewling Nets'spHpt-r., nf New
Eiiiiluml aud one of the BEST MEIHUMS Of AD * KB- i
Hy iiiereitsetl elilerprlat' in fillliishinr' a live and reutlß.
1.1.- A'.'ie.t-iwiiirr, and l.y Ihu receul redtirlion in prieu, Ihe
t'iri'llliltiouol tlu- IIOSION I'l'ST hue liei'll hugely in
To Advertisers fess fiupeiH run olfei' eipnil advantages
t-lllu-r in the extent or the I'hurittter of ils renderil—
North, Sulllli, Kusl and Wist.
Iltlbiii.'-i Curds und Mertiiutile Advi'i'liM'niciits p_r_o
-uliirly solicit,-,! from South and West.
SUBSCRIPTION TEHMS :
lloHTu*. Fiiht, Daily 110 per Milium.
Semi Weekly 4
B* S|lCl'j||||.|| lilpil'll helll oil llppiiillliiill.
REALS, GREENE & CO.,
4U A 11 Ciingrtisa Street, liottttni, Mttssiicliusi.tta.
rp H E NE W IDE A * 1' ll* E .
1' I P _
l A ll I 1111.1.1-;. cnu lie got nt
J. M VIIEEM IN '!•
de.'D—lf .Laelty Store
!• KIC Xfl .
The undersigned, intending to I'litiuge his locution to a
Bull' Store, lili ll,e 1..1 ill .IS.MI.SItS, .liters to sell Is
uiili-li chiiiiper than any Urug Store iv Norfolk.
W. K. LEWIS l)riiggi«l,
unv.!H—lf 11 Main St. nlider the Allunlii Hotel.
p X IRS T E N ,
NO. IS TALBOT UUR.
Goods .old only liy order.
N. B — OB—Bfl nrnnininti'il for I'riviite Purlies.
il,, _ In.
noB COOKING PURl'OSi;s.
A tiiie unit le Bnre RUM, hi-h prunf iiiiil full ffuvoreil
S pur.'tinnl,- APPI.HIIRANDY. Three year old PEACH
nitwits Snrioiis mttttm VIIENCII BRANDY, and
high Barar-I WU lßflr, al I selei'l.'il Ibr onakini pur|-we*,
aud lor sale*, the "TIP 'I'OP'' IVine ninl Liipmr Store. .
S. R. m.X. VI
d.il—lf Under the Atlantlr Hotel.
WANTED 'IMMEDIATELY — A
VURNISIIED ROOM, In a private family, -niti-
Idu for in o gentlemen. Addreaa, hy letter, ataitint* Iciuil,
"(I A R.," Norfolk P. 0. net:!— tf
IITANTED TO PURCHASE.
mini One Tliiiusiuiil to Vive Thousand Cords of Oiiod
MtTiliiinliilil" I'INK CORD WOOD, nl -nine cull,-incut
place to lighter tn vessel.. There must lie fully lour feet
of water at the shore. Apply tv, or nddresi.
Mi-urn. DUDLEY UE.SN A CO.,
augl9—lf Nn. 14 Koannke St|uar«.
WANTED— A FiTiiNisiiKii Housfcf
Apply to PORTER SHERMAN,
i.ovlT—tt No.. 16 A 18 Roanoke .ijuars