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.- ,!?£ NORFOLK POST
Ka 'is t\ *""""'"i^»''».i'"B-i*.ii.i
«OAA-,,rf Rh . rJ(r/U ,
m -^JStS
" - -
payable In WJ" DOLLARS PKR YEAR
Rlsidont. l„thee U y nfN
ng the paper tett re e „i„ rl ~, ~ ", r, " ,m ''»h, d«l,.
Lusluess, will be served by _, r . ir ' "'"" or l'»*«* ol
ud address nt Iho ci,u_,,| *■• ring the nsmi
office. They will settle witu » piibllctit,,,
atus. * m > r " r th"
FOLK POST
For the Year 1866.
USm-IT ADVi-MISI-IINTi, pAVABLr a AnVASCI
All Ornrss MoKtatv,
sto (12 line solid Nonpariel, or ouo inch)
one insertion * j,
ii» " " two iuaertion»| 1 5,1
tare " " ' tines insertions, 175
t»rs lone insertions, 2no
_v* " " " " tlvo insertions, "»=
o»ro one week, o J[,
id one dollar and fifty rents a week for each
additional week. Oneinnnth 7 Dn
mars " " " " two monthß, 12 00
Itiaro " " " tlneo months, nOO
nd five dollars 11 nioiKh for each sddlttsaal
n-einlli. ,
tinarcH, 10 per cenl. di— ount fiom the above
rates ti-i any period less than a year.
..nurse, tr. ■' " "
'.tuarcs, _!0 '• " " " " "
JtiiiHres, -.ii " '' "
rolumn, 30 " " " " " "
Colunin, (.0 " " ** '
Column, 70 >• '* " " " "
Column mm ye,!,-.. w 125 (Si
Column one year 310 no
Column one year "no 00
Special coiilravts enlcrcd inio. when desired, with
lOSS who a.iveilise largely, and an extensive .Tuli-OfTice
Itronngc will he consitlei ed In arranging terms.
Business Cards lusertcd for Fivr. Dollars s month or
FISTY llel.i.ips a year.
Travelers 7 gfldeT
at o tlO c .-change of it op r,
On and after MONDAY, -arch Uth, the steniiirr M
MARTIN, Capt. T. (I. Il.osvs, wiD louve Norfolk for
Rithmon.l, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR
DAY, at 6 o'clock, A. M.
mhl2-1 w ,T. J. MARTIN, Agent
IMPORTANT, TO TRAVELLERS
AND SHIPPERS.
THE OLD AND ESTABLISHED
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.,
Carrying tlio
UNITED STATES MAIL,
and
ADAMS' E-FKKSS FREIGHT,
_n well and favorably known to (he Traveling Public
ss (tie
OLD BAY LINE,
Are Dow Ruanlog their magnificent, safe and commodious
tsamers,
THOMAS KELSO,
CArT. CEO. W. BVH-Ul
APELAIDE,
BXPT. JAM Eg CANNON;
The THOMAS KELSO was built for, and I. siprseily
adepted (0, the Day Route, i.ml excels in th* splenttorof
heroutfit nny stenuier now plivng tbe** waist*, (elie is
provided vsith Hot end 0.1.1 B*tfe*i end sll modern
onvenience.
The ADELAIDE bas liscn recently rebuilt and refur
nished throughout. Il.r accoaDlDodatioi— ore of a
uperlor order. She is so well known that lurilier com
{jsejitis .inn...,--- 11 ■■
These Steamers inive the 0 .ntieny's H'harf, on Witle-
Wster stroet, opposits tlio Atlantic lion W,.iks, Norfolk,
DAILY, at 4 o'i luck, anil II if It -diet Wharf lv.r_iii.iii in
at 4.3o'o'clock. p. m.. Sundays SXCEPTED, loach*
past Old Point.
passengers by Ibis Lino srrivo la Bsltiniorf* lv 1
tin* to conimcl with tho early trains to Washington aad
ttiipoiiiis Nortii and West.
Bagguge chackad to all poir.lc, and lasspiigers and
baggngo conveyed to (be di pots li'ri of ottarge.
The IVtiiuf ■'.(* (lie Conipiinv bas been |nt luexs.l'cni
order, and is liitt il t ~.,. -ly ,',,. tl c pioi-'cdeu I fi-_;l;(
and other accommodation of e-ii i|>; tn.
Freight taken ul loir 1 uics ::■■' 1 n iiii-.ilyilellrc-'.c.l.
foi fnrtb.-.r iiifoir.ii,tl<.u in ,iii,o of })• 0. 8Ai1, .)-.-,.t
Fcr'aui ..Kli, or (.. in. Puivri 01 IbeSteaiaeia.
THOS. II- W' lill, Agent.
Noifoiv. Ta.
Norfolk, December 10. I'd 1 decl--tf
POR
810 DE JANEIRO.
CALLING AT
BT. THOMAS,
PARA,
PERNAMBUOO
aiidBAHTA.
Ije tlnitfd States and Brazil Mail Keainsblp Company
WUI dupat.-li '
ON THE 03111 Of L • ' 'NTH,
A NEW ANI" "" .-'--CLASS
ST-A- " -' P ,
•p»t 3 o'cl-'ct, P. X., from Pier 43 Nt'tlli Hlvoi*.
Ura !i«m' torn*- 1 * tliluur''- tfefl rf-itwllK...
;pt r*;vJ lUfMI •IB In ia attendance on
t. m tl r.:iJ pMnagfl, MaTing i*plcDt)i(i ac.;ommoila
jpl-f b. A'l-OMA. 1 , ifiOEVO£O & CO.,
—gm Nn 17 Br*-1-i.i.v. Ni.w Voik.
ALKER & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF
ant,
BRANDIES,
GIN,
nt'M,
i»D .nut) ie tistietT
JRRON * OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Agsnts for tho Ameri-an Vintage Company's
RE CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES
f-BITTEHS,
hock,
OT.ARKT,
CnAMPAOi.B
lh *re nnlversatly recommended by tlie most eminent
physicians for MEDICINAL PURPOSES,
>r* which are offered al the nvy lowest market rates
WALKER A CO.,
No. 6 Commercial Row, Norfolk, Va.
•fl-tf
•T5155- dc JOHNSON—
_._.
WUOLESAIJI DEALERS IN PAPER AND TArER
aIANDFACIL'HKItS' MATERIALS.
A TTENTIONI — A TTENTION! I— A TTENTIONII
We are rontluntly piirelmsiut., for C_li—
OLD BLANK UOOKS.
R. 11. KtC-IITS,
BILLS,
UTTERS.
aad NE--''AEKRS,
For which st pay the highest cssh price.
* KNIGHT A JOHNSON,
No. 21 South Challi* street,
sugl_-tf Uiiltinx-rs.
M.SMITH & BROTHER,
• COMMISSION M-liCIIANTS,
Agent! for tbe Now Yo,k and Virginia
MmuUfi
NIAGARA" AND "SARATOGA."
OFFICE AT TUEIR OLD WAnEHOUSi'.TOWN POINT
*S_rljstß.— ADVASCIS Bnuls on sbipnieii(s to New
fork. *n SU'
"piJT MONEY IN THYPUFiS-.'
ROAD TO WEALTH I!
t.OOO ACTIVE AND RFLIAKLE AOENTS, MALE
»r t'emale, and of all sges, nre eanicd io caaraai e'-eiy
Mty, Town, Village, llainlei. Workshop and Fsctorj
throughout the entire woild, l.i the sale of onr
iYATOHKS, JEWELRY, SILVEIt-iVAItK, MUSICAL
BOXES, ALBUMS and OTHER ARTICM*
Eoergetlc person, of good tint.lts and fair business tict,
tan clear over i.'.*i per woek in tlie country, and a mv* b
aiger amount In thickly settled toeaDUe*!
NO CAPITAL REQUIRED ! I
<*_pl- of oar Articles, to Utaaaonniof io, will lm sent
ly mail for lutpsctlon, and if not r rlVctly satlslactoiy
... charge I
Send your address, if yon nre of an indnstrinns turn o
ntud and in quest ot Im'un .!-.. i■ in .ilili! 1 Hired to
PARKINSON ,v CO., Importers,
fyN-tf COB Broadway, New York.
T M. SMITH- BROTHER,
* GINXRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TOWN POINT, Noaroia, va.
J. MARSDEN SMITH. WM. 11. SMITH „
puL E D WORK.!
Tiavingprocm-edaRCLINO MACniNE, the Norfolk c
V»l Job Ofliee is now prepered (o fill order, for nileil t
i rk of every de-crlption at short notice, in the best
tyle. Ja-28— U
phLD NEWSPAP ER S ,
SS-llnble Ibr WRAPPING PAPER—for ssla at this
Beta. m
D L A NJK DEED
POE SALE AJFf HIS OEFICE. ~
**■--*--_________-- —
TRAVELERS 7 OTJIDE.""
N Ew J - >»r| jstf/amkrh.
tt'R OLD POINT AND BALTIMORE.
Tm . XT *>>a*eme
THE>iv rTONALANDHARNDENis
rXPBBM FREIGHT.
. n-B-sm__ *
I'^^_-5KSr*
rertmm K HAL>t ,f a ,,tain Undto),
; WCTATOR, (capt, HaW-*,)
W«r U C C S ':;-•'' »l*is_l cltie, North and
«te fro,, of char" tUKgi ""' "•"■"feiTsd l,„,„ ■„, _~"
"•"loßalUmore
' and reituriiV..*..;;;".,'.'.'.".;." ; ";;' *J *
The Buperict Accommodatiou*
l) off..roil by tlm
I NEW M-HE BTEAMFHH
h are writ l,, lown „,... ■»*•»•»■»■
, *tr(Oil nvtl, ooiitrnctli^ 'Sit' s " b * k - *• •"*•__*• '
comtort and safety ,».,' '" V-* "gnr.l to spn«l, ,
r c ™r<-"; 1 ffi :"'"7; I"l''y.sparie„c-enabios1 "l''y.sparie„c
enabios tbstn to ,„,.1,. sure ro.H.„,T''" r ?"" eri< ' r -3
- Ihsrehy r.vstu .„„,,,,, .""".nertion.twill, all trains, '
irareleiv. °"' *■' " lll '-' .nd of the ,o„(_ , n
Too lure has liter, reilm ■~„ k. ~,,
Of tbetraielin- p,i Wu . . ■ I >' > <h" genrrsl totlciuilou ,
. then-v.,y iii.„„r,.„,:,:„ *« m JLw Z !
course, to continue to merit' '"" """■ »'F • J'»t
i ■t^rTe^^,z: i ,„ n<l
' ftt*** " fr ° ,U Wh »' f X- RoanoVeaun V. tket
oct27-tf " T TOMPKINS,
' P EOPLS^LINE^I^^~
■"" AND THE
INTERIOR OF NORTH CAROLINA I
CAIIRTJNU THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
The Only end Entirely Hew Route,
The Steal, cvsi.f this 1i1.,i will leave mail wbaif Norfolk
for Nswbern, on ths anhrai nf the boats _ro___w__l2
on Tea-ays, Thuwdavs ami Eaturau. ■•**»**_•
Returning, will leave Newbern lueisla.., Thnrsdav
•nd Satnnkys, connecting with
llaleigti, Weldnn, lloaufnri, Uorehead - City andi Wltaiiilg.
The various tines of Riilways a r.. nearly an -onn.ls(-»(
in Ujaßtataof North Carulioa.aad pa*ssagsta^f__ta
little or no ililßrnily in reselling their destination on»_.v
of tile lines of Uailw.iy.
The bouts arc at the first class, and commanded by men
Cf eipt.ni.nci-, who will soo no pains s..arei| to make tiae.
lengers coiufnriiilile.
Ileitis entirely su Jnhi-.d Route, It will bt fonnd far more
alastaol than by h sea rente.
Low Rates.
For further information, apply to
JT. C EDWARD.',
Rosimke Island, N.C.
Qitc.Oi.srT,Newb.rn, N C| lyl—1»
IV" O T~ 0 E~~
CIIANOK OF TIME
Dally Lino lo and from
HAMPTON.
Oa und after the
4th DAY OK APRIL, 1566,
The New and Commodious Steamer
CHARLEH HOUGHTON,
CAPT. A 0. WHITM-.V,
-ill leavf HAMPTON UAII.Y (SUNDAYSeiceplfd;
at 6, and OLD POINT at »: 30 a.in., for
X O H 1 0 Ii *',
tniicblog at
VORTSM 0 C T II .
Will leave
■ 0 X lO i X
at 3- — p. m.
FOR HAMPTON,
touching al rrrCunouth and 01,1 Point.
r. r fielfclit cr paatage, apply (.■ THOMAS RAILF.Y,
Agent at Old Point. DO. BALL, Agniit n( Poitsmonth,
.iames W. brown, Parser of tha fttitmtr. ot at the
Ottlce of (lie Stitauicr tv Norfolk.
THOS. )I. WEBB,
Bp3--If Agent,
lyr o T I o E ,
On ami alter ths Wh INSTANT, th* i-.i-tiiivr the
n .|ii.....i. .it io I'acki-t Company,
OLD RAY LINE,
will loavo lite Company's Whiut na Ei-l Wnl»Wst.r
■troel nppi.si(a (lie Atlatific Irou '..... '. s, Paiiy, for
BALTIMORE,
OLD POINT,
CHERRYSTONE,
MATHEWS.
GLOUCESTER ani
YOitKTOWN
T 11. WEBB, Agent.
Kc.rrolk, Noremb- 58, 1565. nov2_—l(
[TAB ND E N .EXPR E8 B.
NO, 16 ROANOKE AVENUE,
Between Main nnd Wide Water en, •'-
FREIGHT, MONEY,and VALUABLES forwarded wilh
oarv and despatch (o all parts of tbo Uniteil Stales.
Our Wspnns will call in uny part of the city or Pert*
moutb for goods.
Eipress closet for the North -130 P.M.
a <• .. gouth n3O "
ai3—tf Y. K. HILL, Agsnt.
rp 111 RTY- TW O YEAR S
HA R N E S S ,
AST rr-
A TAIR TItAVELEII
CNDEU THI BTTI— or
BRICGS * ROGERS,
ROGERK <C LANGLEY,
BURRUSS, ROGERS d- LANGLEY
N. A. THOMPbON _ CO.,
NOW
W. B. ROGERS & CO.,
NO 80 WIDE WATER AN D ROANOKE STIiIiETS,
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA,
I-iroUTtSS AKO DEAeCS' 13
5S — -_». .„„
G '"' BITTERS,
* L *' FORTEH,
Ami all other Ocods usually found In a Fi»AT-CuiJ
Wine and Liquor Store,
iVlii.'h we offer lo (be Trade and (o consumers at
THE LOWr-T RATES.
W. B. ROGERS A CO,
No 20 Wi!o Wti(er and Roanoke strwits.
tm si ,:
T> AI O V A L .
HENRY P.IvbRCESTER
bss retnovci I.
NO. ft WEST WIDE WATER STREI.T,
in rear nf the Custom House, where he will contlnnc tho
KmSa business
_-„. will be pleased to see his friends at his new
he-stl ".and Lopert.. merit a. hare
Hf a (ull a-ssorinienl el PI.BKINS, bfhRN A (.0.8
PURE CALIFORNIA WINKS
always a. bund snd Id. «™**"*
febl—t f No H7 West Wide V. utc-r street.
TUT A N E.
i hive in Store a few casts it-U WISE, or PALE
ALE, in pint bottle., introJuced to supply the exprcs
demand of Pbyslclans and raniilics for s pure leimentsii
sxract of inaltl and hop., that could be safely u.ea
wtienever, dining convaie.eet.ee from sicktisss or in fee
ble states ot health, an iiivipretlng malt Ikjoor It Indl
citinl or prescribed. It is a light Ale, and very nice Ibr
table use.
Price onl*. $2 7f. per doren bottles.
8. R. BORTTH,
<■ jjp -pop- Wine and Liquor Btore,
4, tf ' -'I" (be Atlautic 111. T.i
TOBACCO.
A PEEFECT NOSBOAT.
Try it. To b* found only at the
"TIPTOP'
Wine and liouor Store,
febß—tf Under the Atlantic Hotel.
TRAVELERS' OUIDE.
LVV YORK AND VIRGIN! A
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
THE
OLD LINE,
NEW YORK.
Ths Ksw snd Elegsnl Sfle-vYhe.l SMsatshipe,
NIAGARA,
UKOBOE W COUCH, COMMANDER,
snd
(SARATOGA,
A L. KINO, COMMANDER,
Leavo Norfolk for New York every '
WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY, AT 8 o'clock, am. I
Returning they will have New York evsry
\J EDNXSDAY and SATURDAY, »t 3 o'clock, P. It.
For expedition end security this route, ss ps.t esper!
ancfl tiss proven, Witt tie found the l»est in eveiy respect.
In the construction of theee Steamers spkcul alten
tii-.n has been paid to the floisb anil comfort of tbe Sa
loons and Stata-Rooms, in order lo indiif-e travel by
them.
Pasaeugci- can sei nrs tbelr Tickets and Slate-Rooms
before the arrival of tin* ships by applying 10 the Agents.
When orderlug gomls from New York, the natrons of I
tl.e! in., si,- requested to order liy the "01,11 LIN!*," New
Y«-rk snt! Virginia Stniin.lilp Company, Pier 8. North
River.
Freigh( tsken a( tow rates.
1. ft SMITH A BROTHER,
dec22—tf Agei-t-, Town Point, Norfolk.
A TLANTICCQAHT~mAII
STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR NEW YORK!
THE NEW AND FIRST CLASS SIDE-WHEEL •
nuinnn
HATTERAS AND ALBEMARLE,
Will leave Norfolk for New Yoik ss follows: *
i HATTERAS, Capt'n Lewis Parish, v
, Will tea-.. Dickson's Wharf every TUESDAY NIGHT
, Immediately after receiving ergo.
■ ALBEMARLE, Capt. H. A. Bohrnk,
1 Willle-ve Dickicson's Wharf evr.ry SATURDAY ROD
I immedi itely after receiving cargo.
1 Pasa-ngers by (his line will be only mie nlgli( st sea. .
Rartirning, these Ships leave New York syretra
° WEDNESDAY oud SATURDAY,
st 13 a., from Pisr No. 36, Nortl: River.
c These Ships have superior ac-oniniodatlons for i asset:- -
gors ami freight. "I
The undersigned having been appointed Aa.-nt nf (lit. I
bine, would respectfully ask the continuance of iho pa
tronage heretofore to liberally bestowed 1 y the piddle,
ami wouldbeg leave to assure them lliat ha Wirtendeavor
('. give satisfscdnn.
All Mghl slipped l-y this line will be taken nt low
rare, sn.l promptly delivered.
Passag. and mom* can Le secured before the arrival of
the st-irniersjiy applying at tbe office.
For FreliriTnr Passage, apply st ths office of tlie Com
pany, on Dickson's Wlmrf, EetlWiJj Waier street, ad
joining Ihe wliuri of tha W
BALTIMORE 81EAM PACKKT COMPANY.
janl2-tf t. ft WEBB. Agent. g,
Pacific maTITI^E-vFshTp
COMPANY'S THROUGH LINE
TO CALIFORNIA, ,
TOUCHING AT MEXICAN TORTS,
MB j
( AilttYINQ THE UNITED STATES MAIL,
THROUGH IS teWBH TV-TWO DA VS. .<
Sltansliifs unjtbe Cnune.dngon tl.e PaCflk
Atlantic: wilh ths
ARIZONA, COLORADO
HENRY CIIAUNCET, CONSTITUTION.
NE'.V YORK. GOLDEN CITY. ,
OCEAN (JI'KEN, SACRAMENTO.
„ NORTHERN LIGHT, OOLLKN AGE
}' COSTA RICA, MONTANA. .
, n - ' Ac, Ac. :
lie
Ona of tlie. sticve istge Fill.) spl.uiiiil Ste.imsiiips vill
leavs Pier No. Ai Norlb ltiv.r, t....t nf Canal slreet, at 12 ■
o'clock noon, on (lie Ist, 11th nnd Cist nf every month
(except when those .litis full on Sunt— y, and (lieu on the
pie-din:' Satushav), for ASPINWALL, connecting, .!•.
Ite Panama Railway, Willi oße of the Company's RsaauU ft
* from Poniuna for SAN FRANCISCO, (onching at ACA
PULCO. ,
Departures of Ist und _*( connect at Panama wilh
Stamen fa SOUTn PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMER
ICAN PORT 3. These of Ist touch st MANZANII.LO.
A discount t( ONE QUARTER bosi .teamen' rales al- |
lowed to second aibi-i aud tie-rage passengers with fain- I
tiles. Also, on allowance of ONE QUARTER nn tiirough
rutcs to clergymen and their famiUc, and st Lool leeil.
ei_: .olJicis h,ivine honeusblsdiscbsi-get, IIALF FARE. 1
« One Ilundr.d Ponn.ls Baggago allowed each oilnlt .
I . Baggage matters accompany bsggagi Hirough, aaAstteml
to ladles and childreu without male prnlei tort. -KEgi's'"
lecelvodou tbs do..k thu dsy before wiling, from steam
boats, rtllronds, and patsengert whs prcf.r In sc-1 down
10 early.
An experienced Surgeon en bctrtl. Medicines and ot
"t* tendaucu frss.
For Passags Tickets or further information, apply st '
the Company's Titket Office, on tlieWliari, FOOT OF ,
CANAL STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK. I
- maris--- F. W. 0. BELLOWS, Agent.
MISCELLANEOUS, i
VLJki IGr HT, C A X I X R & C 6.,
W GENERAL SOUTHFKN I.ANU AGENCY,
No. 62 BROADWAY,'
NEW YORK,
Negotiate LOAN 9 for FARMERS anl PLANTER.-):
also for ASSOCIATIONS, CORPORATIONS scd COM
PANIES, and partnerships Inr the enltivatlon of COT
TON "UiJAII, RICK and ull SOLTIIEH.N PRODUCTS;
also for (he LUMBER and TURPENTINE business.
I'rcs-oie WHIT- LABOR, ustivu or foreign, M 8U...1)'
special demsnd. Criiors are solicited. ,„-_,,„., '
Organise Asaoriallon. for the development of Wl.si.sh
and MANL'FACTURINO Inlerests ami tli. SLTTLE
ME.VI o(-sGlTIIKIIN LANUB.
Purchase und forward MACHINERY. IMPLEMENTS.
SUPPLIES, Ac, for FARMERS, PLANTERS and
MINERS. ... . ,
Give careful attention to tl. ■ collection an.l securing or
debts, snd die adjustment i.nd tettlement of ..laimi ol I
every de.i;ri..'i"o. e____.il
Their dtfrespo-j.-t-nl. anil associates are men cftne
highest pSS'vMinnal übilKy, business capacity and social '
position in tlieir respective loialll,)* Tlitir plm ol I
buslnsts is thnrou's'lilv .v-t.ima'.ic, an.! all its d '(silt nn i
1 carefully arrange.! to ensure (he utmost responsibility i
au'd i- Itabililv." AM butine.l entrnsted to them or their I
corr-poudenit will receive prompt attention. The,, ,
ronipensali'V will consist LNTIKEI.Y cf cOUaIIS- I
1 SIGNS, and charges will be moderate.
AUTHORIZED REFERENCES.
PETER COOPER Esq., New York. ...-,'
A A LOWE, Esq., Ires. Cbannbor of h, i. ,
JAS CIH'KE. E-.i., I'liibvlelthin.
OEO ft STUART. V,"l . I'hilmHpbla.
Messrs. FOLGER, CARTWRIOHT k 00,
No.—\W_« Water atrvat
Agents for the city of Bis WIS
TDURMNG OF THE MUSEUM.
- LETTER .ROM MR. IIARNUM.
Nrw Yoaa, July 14.1505.
Jfi-.r-i H'rring & Co.:
>30__«a:— Though the dostruttion of tho American
Musenra has proved a serious lon to niyttir ami the pnle
' lie I sm h..tpy to verify the odd adage, tl„it " It's an ill
' wiiid lliiit blows nobody got.!," and conmiqucnily coc
cratulsto i v that your well-known safes bore again di
mons(.H(eil met* siiiierici' ilro-procf fTlflls m an ordeal
1 of unusual severity.
The sad- you mad: for me srmo time ego was In tbe
office o' tl.e Museum, on the second floor, I uck part cf
the b-oldiug, and in the butt, st ol tbe tin..
After twenty-four lours ot trial, it waa f. nn-1 iiniene
the .|„bris,and nn opening It this day, h;.s vielileil up It.
contents in very good order—ismk-. papers, pnluii.-. ..i iu
suranee bank till-. n>! In condition for immediate -ise,
end a noble commentary on tbe trustworthiness of ■*»■
: ring's Fire-Proof Safes.
Truly youn,
P. T. BARNC-.
I HEBRINQS PATENT CHAMPION SAFEST
The most reliable protection from fir* stow Irnotcn.
llersivu * Co.'s PatrKi Basgl*s' Sa«s, with Herring
A Floyd'. Pstent Cryst«ll7ed Ir->n, the best security
mmttmt a hurg-r-s drill ev.r t CQ _
No. Ml Broadway, aor Murray street. New Tork.
FARREL, HERIU.S'I* CO.. Philadelphia.
ff-RRINO * 00 , Chicago.
mtr- KNOWU A WALFORD Agenta, Richmond, Ya.
oct7-«
rtOABTING MANIFEBTS
V FOR SALE ATI-IS OFHCS i
A At ■
JRWKI.nV.
GIFTS!! (UFTS!!!
S O M X Tlt I N G N E If,
at
NO «H IMIN niß, NORfOLK
URA N D
PRIZE DISTRIRI TlON!
TlieOll.ll ("-lon tint Sew Oil-in. (till Kntripiise
Tbe Invest tuio-i evi.-nslviof tnyiiid ttmmtttem iv
the Southern Slates, kartag breach homes al
NKW ORLKANft, LOUISIANA, CHARLESTON,MH Til '
CAROLINA, NASHVII.t.K, I'RNNRSSEK, I
Al'tll.'STA, OEOROIA, HAVANNAII, tIPORiiIA;
An.l have iiou co-p|.i,a dot th.ln by <-talilMung Uw
ne pint ultra ..( lliem all righl anionf tliego.iil people of
llilsf'ity. I
Tim, ..nr lll'k'NlN'l TVKKK, wo ofl.n (.. i„u iiutomeis
a new unit beautifrl stock nl
I
Tr-iTriIKH, I
Ml.VF.lt ANDri.ifFD WAIIK
TKA >>!,(,
RICH CAKK AND CARD f(..<i|.'F.T'
KM.!!.", NT CAfTOR".
00111.1.TS ANDCCP3, Ac, _;, *c etc'
IKWFIRY OF AM, KINDJ i
4
' LAMM' |m
IIHACFI XT« .
OKNTS PIN;J, '
WATCH CiIAtNH,
HOLD lIINOS, »i
si.hKVi: 11(11 tOWI, _r, , ao. j
KM ONI' MH.I.AR mil .ll, WITII'II'T RFIARII TO °
'\ A Ml ): .
FLAN Of MALI:.
,\ Ivsyooaa mmtkotm.tram mnong s well uiiji...t
iniliilir,for whirl, you psv livrriiv five renl. nnil firol ( ,
ro !- I Sll inlvertlsiji.ient or reriltii-ete lolin.iliiliK lb.
1 lata ■ol .."I . r„i.. „ni,-lr iii the salt., wllit-h j-.-.i taa lon
foi omdotlar.il dint art—lotultt ma, and ii n (-saaot,
V..11 nn-i n.,1 r.iki-ll bit ltuv n lhllUl*iapll which is
anrtl, atiemt the monri sipeaded. V.V vill m.ll you
oiieenvi!o|ie'or twriidiive renis; fr.-ii for one dollar;
(liirt.v 'or five seventy ,'..r ten itollsrs, .nt! one
bumlreii for nfteen .ollar.
SAr Call Karly anrl Sscure a V.luabl. Trire. -|t»
POHL, RANDALL _ CO.,
MANAO ■ R 8 ,
C(..u'. -i. ii «i.J Now Orleans Old la I sun laa.
0
NO. 69 MAIN STItr.KT. NhRFILK.
inw-.r7—i C
TMpORTA-TT ANNOI. r^^:M£NT.
GREAT SAL I
01
WATCHKS, CHAINS, DIA-O!. - !) HHI, ie^
OX3 MtM DnIIASS Wci.il
to li.i ;isi*sfl . stmt
ONE DOLLAR BACH I
Wiib.'.ut regard to Vnlnt! >'ot to b. paid fur until yon
kuow wliat you we to rec-ive [I]
Splendid List of 4j4Ms*ll .VI c. ba mm st Out Dollar
Each'!l
HO Mu«i-nl P_- IKtnlWaaet
ISU .Miisiml rmeawitti llib i C'..,ltin"l.ajt| (j &n0 ■
•00 Silver Toaj.lt. a lid CfT.iu l.'rns -0 t> W » _
HO Solver i-hatii- Dishes...., 30 to 100 " i
1000 Silver loa Pitchers Hto H " II
2800 f*rlver Sy*tlp Cups with Salvers iO to lo « l
i ■ ..tllel 1.-,10. r 5.,.1 1.l 1... ..■, fi !n 60 '
WW Silvot Casttst . ir. (~ (sj "
itOOO Fruit, Cur 4 and C*k* Btuket _v (o 60 "
6(100 Down filverTes, Spoons 10 It £od e .»
Itaao Doten Silm Table Spoons I Porks Site 40 •• [1
260 UcLti'OoldU-idng-Ciißed W.-.i,_,,i w (o leo,a:h
-.'6O Led!r..'o—d ml i:,i..iin|..i Bunting
OrWdWatch.. Uto 70 - d
600 deii(i,'lliln(iliK _.-eSil.erWut:!ies. So to 70 •' tl
2— Dianniud Rin.s .oO to 1(m •• „
6000 Oold Vest end Ner* Cliulna 4 to In » ~.
SOUO Gold Oval niuid-Rrncl. l- 4to 8 " ri
i*oo .Tetsu.lUold P.rae"t-l- 6to 10 " f.
2HOO CLulela.llo Oiaiii. mi ll'i.-.iit Chains 010 H " ll
7000 r-IllnlreandOoW Briches 4to 10 " 1
0000 Coral, Oj.nl and i-rniialtl Rrooohes... (lo 1 • ■
HN Hassle, .tet, I—is and Floieudno ,j
F.ar-liii.j.s 4to 8 " ti
THO Cr.'id, Oaaland Raierald Bar t'tuj.... 4to 0 » d
4000 Calif.ruin Diainoii.t H-eaH-l'lr. —11 to lv " c
P.UOO doili 1.-li ii'iti Vest Valcl. Reyt... MM to s » ||
4I.HJ fob mid Veal Ribbon—i.tet y (~ Jj 0 „,
otsjo S.ts l ; i.litliits Sleeve tblttrilis, Wtinls . ,1
.It- 3to S - i
SOOO 0.-.1.l Thu.,!!. •. l-.-ii. lit. k* 410 0 "
lOWO Moiinlure Lt-kels .. .. . _.j0 lv 10 "
.1-11 Miiitaturn Lockets, Spiln>r 10 ta 20 "
:!000 Gold Toothpick., Crossts, A< ..,,,. ,S to S «
6000 Plain Oold Rings 4 to 10 '•
6000 Chaseii Oold Rings ... 4(0 11 "
lOOOU Sliilie Bet nnd Signet Rings 260 19 le '• ~
IQuOil dallfbrnia Dlantaad -lags.. .- sto 10 " '
76-JO Sets Lailies'.lewelry, .lei and Oold ~ 6 to 16 '
tiOoo _ ts l.i.iie. .1, story, Cameo, Patrl, "
Opal aud other St >B— Ito li « 1«
JiKklO Gold Pen., Silver Kstnns> u n iioldcra " 1
and Pencils 4to 10 " le
InOOO Gold Pens and Gold Mounted Hold's oto 10 " •
..is'iO Gold Pent and QotdLitension llotd'. 16 to 26 *
itOno Lntllt.'Gilt and !nl tlnekln i to ].-, »
HO* Ladies Ull;anl Jel Ilkii Bits snd " [1
llall.i 6 to 10 a
AHRANDALK A CO, MINUFACItII-R., Au_(Tß |
No. I*7, liroadway. New York,
g'
Annotmcs Ibat all of Ihe above list of good, vtn be scld ti
for o>r Dull.— E.oh.
In cons- .pienai of tli: in. it stsgnatioa 1 f li vlo in tl.e rI
■aaalhcianac dittrlci. of tbronfh the mr l"
bavin^cutonn istopply at cotton, a lame ijnaMllyof
Vain.lii' Jewelry, originsliy latwdad for ■*« —WHtfe
siarket H* mmemtt ot for aala In (l.i. soaaliy, and I'
MUST BE SOU) AT ANT BACRIFIC*I I'n.Kr th;es tl
cir.-unittsncet. ARItANDALK * CO, acting as agsata ni
f..r luinrilial Eiircpean mnnufnrliirers. have resolved "t
uiion 1 are*' Otf'l Apportionment to be divided ucconhng *(
' lothef-lowiogregaiadons;
Cevtiiiratt- of Ihe various arliiles are pai ln(o envo- m
lopes ii-i-riiniiis-,■".;, sealed nn, -nd when ordered, .re m
tiikenont w I diem regard 10 -Uoice, and wnt by nisll.
tlins showing no iiviiriiitnt. On noslpt otthe esrtHeatt
yon trill set. wast v 11 arc to have, ami ll.en it is nt your
I opt-* toasadlbs dellar aad t.iiis the irtele or net
- Piirch.-.«ers may thus oliluin a Gold Witli h, Di.-.m-iiid
■ Ring, many sel of Jewelry on onr lilt tor Ovr'DolLiß,
■ ' HH»Cant FOR C_ItTIFICATE. [[
In all (r»nsa cdtnt ('>' mall,we shall cbai\._ forfnrward
log ths C*rUfc*tes, paying postage aad dolag the bn.i
--i 1, -s 2jcen*.eacli. wbt.li must be ancles** wb.u (he *■
Cerliticate is lent l>ir. Five Cerlificntes v.i'l le- ant for n
■jl, eleven for -, tliir«i lor $5, sixty-five ( _ jIO; one In
hu'udrcJ foril'.. ri
1 what the •fUV s ay of r? ■
01
f OarAT Girr Pn-inamo*.—A rars opp.tr(iii.i:y is of- (I
I fored tot obtaining watchst chela* .ilaniond thtmt, silver- /.
ware, ere ,by Messrs. Air .11.... ( 1.. Nt No. ]o. Ihvad- Ii
way. Tlieyinvsiiii in.nniMe.ttTk t.i arttrte.. vsrvini. in m
vaiue, itirl.ill ai-eolTeri-d ni 000 dollar (-i-'i. Tlio ilislri- a
i.iltioli I* VI iv fully '..ri.!-' ■; SgfiM to (>ke:i rrrtificule
of iiceila.-i si •;'.. tr.los.i iii an envelop., and .re not
rvqairad to psv >cur dollnr mile—ym are satisfied with
Ik. article, whiok v-iil certainly bs wnr;h nvsrs (baalhal
amnont, snd maj be S.'.o or $100. An rxiellrnt m.«le
Utstl latsHlass .lollar.— Sunday Time;, N. Y. tent, R
February l v , -65. f
Mf«*rs. Arramlllo A Co. have long brsn pc.so.i-Ily
kaotra to us. and we believe tbem to ba even- way g
wort'.ivoi pul.lit! ooafldsaca.— tf. Y. Scoot'icH American n
• /.ur Jane 11, 01. _,
\\t hue ir.=pcc_il, at tli" ornce of Arriritliin k Co..
A -ency f »r Knropeaa _anufoctoHag Jesndlats, a r
nji-ortmeiit ol (ii-tiioiia>le and ralaaUa .1. welry of the
> ti o ..'».tp:ilterii«. *A'cnlsn iindo-il n targe i|..nndly .fsil
• ver ,!.,,,, - :.,; in,!,.rstnlid that 11-e whole ol tin-e ti'twly '
Im.-.rt.'.i erd.-i*s nr.- to be lisp- (at*[oa a 1 ard t rin-1
pis' eivinc cveat iidianliiee. to buyers, and nflo.-iiiiir ex- '
laaidve«_ployaienl to n:'i-'- V> _ know die iirm in
niieslioii t" I"' "TJ re.|i-!a.b!e end tbo-iighly worthy
of public coiitl'tsnc.., in..l rcronit.tend otir iri.-n.l. lo mid n
then' adv rliscM-nt --V I'- Albion, atkemtt*T%ltm\ .
1 3,- Ves.rr. AiTandaleA C.».'si-.rr;:n_ Litnt, the sdvao
[ __m towet be on the tide of the ru'tonier. tor b.- das
every (him: ('nil' >' '"'tiling col: j.arsdvely lo 10...
' lie knows what he will get for his dollar be'ur. hand, nnd
'. he noil not send it if he it nil tat-fii-.—-V J*. W.eUy
' .V.M,J.}.(-1-'.'.
' EMrboTy'r:: l, r-T T.umi" — Tti D m>«t cli.dl.l. and profi .
' 'abb- f'.iil ktjhn '.' •"• 1 i>' Oi-.i 1• I fisr ls.liet Is tbe s.te
of C-tiHeiiles-'rllieGreidGiK ti'-ii nti 11 "f A-alniale (
c ..Co. A Intly ..( our al4ll.tint.ll.ee has le-en very sure.--■ (
' ful in this war. not only In Hliag b*T o-.m j.iirs;.. bill a! 0 ,
in doing a ana turn lotoses _ wb svj the e.ll idl Ord
n.stca, a. will la seen by our ativcrlb Ing colnmns. O-n
--" domen can also be (hu. eagagwi.—_'. Y. Sunday Her
cury, August it, IW.
In our column, the reader wili find an advertitsment
of Arrandsl" * Co.'t Gin Distribution cf w.-.n bs* je-.e'iy
and --ilver.-.-ar.,. Ir, payment of that f.dvcrtii-iueiit we
received several sett of the jeaelry edvirtisrd, snd we
tre warrante.l in saying (hs(, 1-th in finl.h -nd quality,
• (heyexceed., nur tipertitioT!.. They turned oul t1 be
f Just what tLev bad bsaa repmseated.—iras Democrat,
[Ltanstomm,) Aug. 17, U--
AOENTS— We want agenit in erery rsgteent, anl in
every town and coimtv in the country, surf 'hote acting
ts srich will be allowed IC cents en every Clliflcete or
-- deredby them, provided their remiti.nce amount, to
oa*dollar. Agent, willcollect 25 cent, for every Csrd*
cate, and retail It ceatt to us, sither in cssh or poetsg.
1 ,tmft - ABRANDAI.E * CO,
Jae- s—it-law 1«" Bn»dway, *. T.
MEDICAL.
THE -REAT STREMTHKNIM TONIC.
(NOT A WHISKEY PREPARATION.)
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS,
will era*
DEBILITY ! DEBILITY ! !
Resulting from any eauM erhatsvar.
XX
I'ROHTRATION OF THK HYHTEM,
I v.i ll ...1 by
I*l Xl HARDSHIP-!
IYPOSURE,
rwnm
or
Dueiuei of Camp Life.
■outna, cituens, male or female, adult
OR YOUTU,
Will find this Bitters s purs Tonic, not depsnilent ou bed
11 ,u..|. I t their almost inns. nl.sis effects
o
DYSPEPSIA,
And l..|i]iu Rsjultlng from Disorder, of the l.lvsr snd
Digestivs Organs,
ere cured liy
HOOFLANT'H GERMAN BITTEKH.
This Inn. r- bt- i-rl 1-..1 inorr ('ur.*, gives IniKer
H.li-1,, lion. lon mot, ler',tin.ni, lias tniire Ke.p-._M..
People to vou'h for II thsh any ntbei .till. I. In (be
aiarCei.
o
Wf rl-fy any one to ch-lim .l> i thti a-eeeHton, ami J
WILL PAY $1,00
--ti any mm who will produce a cart-Crate iiiiMithad by ua
i lint li not gennjuw.
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS,
Will Cure .very CaM of
COOMB OR NERVOUS DEBILITY 3
snd
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS.
Obeer . the following S-.-mptomt resulting from Ditor
tier, or the Dlgeellve Organs:
Cin.'lpslinn. Inward Piles, FulneM of BltKidtothe Ileail,
Acidity of the Stomach Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust
for food Fnlneea nr Weight In the Stomach. Sour
Elliott lions, Willing or Fluttering at ths Pit
of His Stomal b, Swimming ofthe Heed,
ltnrrled and Difficult Rrtatbing.
Flullering at lh» Heart,
Clinking or Buffo
ratlng Sen
.siions when In a lying p<is*nre,
Dimness of Vision, ii.i-. or Webs be
fore C" Sight, Fev.r and Dull Pain In
th. Heed, Dene .ncy or Pereplration, Yel
lowness of the - ;..n ant! Eves, P.fn in the Side,
Rack, Chest, Limb., Ac, Siidden Fln.hee of 111
Burning In ib; Fle.ii, ConsUul Imagining, of Evil, .u.i
• I'.RKAT DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS.
Id
REMEMBER
That i io. Bitter. 1. not Alcoholic, coutsln. nr, Rum o»
Wtii4-..y. sti'i caanot ':iaks Dr.:nkerde, b.il 0 the Beet
Tonic in lbs n .. i.l
Read Who Says 80.
* * » « '» a •
i Froic the Net. W II i_l.lii.il, Pastor c' Iw.lflli Ctpiut
Church, Philadelphia. |
0 tit!.into :—I ha.c recently been l—mrlng under die
di.i. s.ing oliei v of liidlgsstion. see impsnted by a proe
ti nil ii i f the nervous tytte _. Numerout remvdi— were
recommended by friends. »nd some of them tested, but
without relief Tour llooland's Oiirtri.ni Hitt-i s wars
roconimeuded by person, who bad tried them, snd whose
favoralil.. rocntton of these Hitters Induced ms to try
iln i.i I iniu( confess that I bad a:i a., rsinii to Patent
Metht Ines from the "thousand snd ons" .just k '-Blld-rs,''
wboee only aim ««ms to be to palm off sweetened and
ilru/ged ii ~ rii p..i, I*, ii.riiiit.nv lv a tlv way, and die
tendency at which, I fear, la to make many a ennflr—ed
' ■■!•.. .ti i I pun learning that youit ws. isally a mcdl
rival prepft-atlon, I took It with happy effect, lit ac
tion, not only upon the stomarh, but upon tbe nerv.ue
ty stein, was prompt and gratifying. I tee] tbst I hsv.
1~ . 1., .; isi |.-1I.iuii.oii benefit from the mm of s
tew bellies Very ...pectiully yours,
W. D BRIOFRIED,
'No. 261 Hhsckamaxon stre.t.
A.
[From IL»IUt. R. D. Ftiidall, AtsftUot Editor Chriatlau
CUronltle, MiiMelphia]
1 harp dartT--J _»rl«Jed benefit from the uae of Hoof
i laud > U«iu .v llitteia, a*id r. «| v my i.hil-,,..- to re;.ni
; ■ ie! tbeiu aaa moat *,-11*1111 1 tonic, tv all -.-. I, - are »uf
..•ring froui a - nei .i a--l.ilii >or ftMUMN artaloK from
■ 1 Hu.i iiii-Tii of tha 11 wr Yuan truly,
R. I). raNDALL
[From the R«t. D Merrige. Paator of the Pasaarttuk
BapUel Church, ri.il«delphk.j
From the many r-xepectable recoinm«nd«tinnß gtrcn to
'. ■: !'■ t 1 (ierman ilitters, Imm Indn _ed to give them _
UM. Aftirualnie never*! hot lira I found them to be a
-<' ■-i mniwlv for debility, and a moat excellent trnlr for
t.ieitcuarfc. i- Mil; Kit. I
[From Uie R-v. Wm. .*mith, formerly Paitnr of the Yin-
N-toffl and Mill's tile iN. J., OapUtH Church**.j
Having used in my family a number of hottl** of your
H'Xi-.iiif!'! (Jerm»n Bitten, I have to uy that I r-tyard
tbfm hi) an tvicellL-ut mediclue, flpeclally t<> re
mofm tii** <li---_i<- they ara recommrU-wJ lor. They
etrenjetben and th* •yatem when debt I luted,
vi are u-.ffi.il In diaorders of th* li»er. loaa of *pp*-*tite,
'.<■. I have also rerumoiend«d them U several of my
friends, who have tried them, aad found thorn gr»*tlj
I Ufticiiil In the rentoratlon of health
Yonra truly, WM. SMITH,
No. KM UutchJuon itreet, Philadelphia.
-NT
[Frcia tbi V**tf Joeeph IT. Kenr.aril, Paat.r cr tho Teit'u
ivij li.t Charch.]
T have r»eeu frc'irustly reque*t*d to connect my name
villi co-.ti.viiri.it l *ii» o< diff-*r*nt kind*of m*dicln«*, but
rf»-i.i liLK tbe j*i j if .a* oot of my appropriate aplier*. I
hart-*in all case- -!■-■-!;u- : i; b«t vith a - !<--r proof In f*>
■ '.!•■»■.. •'*■••. ar.-. 1 i-T.'n.arlT In my own family,'if th*
1•■ i-iiiit"-. ol hi il. -J A'.y.t Uerinan Bitter*. I depart' -r
once froni roy o-mal cotin*. t«e»pr**i my full coimctiou
th-t,/cr ryrtirral thl-Viit, f*f the lyrtom, and aptaafty/vr
Liver Omptatnt, 4 v 11 tfift and valunhU preparation.
In wime cum* It may fail; 'ut usually, I doubt not, it
Kill be v >■■_■>■ I < iiflli jrt! t--. tlu*** who buffer from the abov*
causea. Y'onr*, Tery r-*i*tctfally,
J. 11. Xl NNAI.it.
Kiirl-th below Coate* -t. t
PhilaJclp -ia, December U, HH.
Rot. .1. P Herman, aft tbs OermAn Reformed Chnrch,
Kutztn-a n, Berka County, Pa., wa* cured of Dyspepaia o:'
twt-uty fatti ptiinding.
AM. S{.-d-f ler, Editor of the CjUuritL, No. 26 North
Firth "*tr**tt. IMiilad-Ipbi.i, amyg this Bitten wa* r-r.im.
nifiided to lim by amtciical frf«d,ind aix cured
iiim of km uiplet* pro»tr**ti'»n of the narvou* *y»tem.
Key. J V .".ton Brovn, D. D, Editor of th* Escyclopedl*
of F H(MN Kno'*l**dge and Chtistian Chronicle, Phil
a'lel* 'i».
Ret. f -Mt Winter, D.D.,Pa*toTof Roxl<oroti<h Baptist
Cl -n-
R*-t ,'tt 0. U*ck, Pastor of the Baptist riiiirrh. Pt-m
--1 .. n, V. J., form or; jof tbe North Baptiat Clnir<h,
P dladelphia, at nt Vp.-tor of tbe LUpiie% Chnrcfc
a* *"ht-l>r, Pa.
These ■frnt'.-men exfrcsa, 1* the strc-ngect terms, their
AtroMlUa opiui. a of this Hit i-Tr*. _*-,j,
ID
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
tttT See thvi the signeinre of "C. M. JACKSON" ia on
(he wrapper ot enrli buttle.
/IH- —tonlil your uoere.t Dnittaist not hsvs the srti
i le, !. not ie put oir by sny of the intoxic itinp prepi-ra
tit.ns h.t m-iy ' . oifsred in its place, but send to v, end
we will fcirwe'nl, sernrsly peeked, by esprese.
raixcir.L Orrics sat MsavnricToer.
NO- 631 ARCH 81-IR,
Pmnuitr-tu. Pa.
JONES & EVANS,
fluccessen to C. M JACZQON k CO-1
nonmcu,
Stf ler aaie by aaS PetßeW I* * Tn 7 ■ TWD
'a the Cnit*4 StaUa. aa-4—kwly
tfor gj-rf tVtftai
THURSDAY. APRIL ... IM
A HEW POEM -BOM THK OLD CLASSICS
llsrper's Katy Chair, in the Majpizlue for Apiil, untlsr
Ihe hear) ef " New Poemt from the Old Clsselee," Intro j
111 ... Very IsMllldill J* .111 ff Ml. « Illtni.O, On th.
Or.' 1 falile of Pruserjiins. It is, st (hs editor well ... ,
■ touch -In 11 novel key, and with a Sue, |, 1... .1 1
lesliiipj ■"
r-ROSKHPINA ON KARTII TO I'l.lTO IS HAlir
" Ncr tepetita tetjui ftirel .>,,,.,,, >~„a mail em "
i-t- ~-/..'. i. 111. I, 1
" i> nun of (he hats hinted iii.tt ll mm uo( 1
without reiunio. rtlisi I'ti.ti |ilo« s.s. vie.l to the decise .
of Jui.ilsr (ha( .tin .tumid pau .Is month, of the year '
with n.r .11 to.! 0r.., on earth, or a. soma say, in I
11-.IVSII. - Mi, .... .
I tlilnk nu thee amid (hesa .|triu K .(lme How art, I
On (hse, my eniperoi, my sovran lord,
dwelling atoue In dim Tartarean lowars
Of (lit dark retilia. liy ser(h uud heaven aldittneil, t
Wandeiini. il no. I.y that Avsrnnin river
Where dead kings walk slid jihantt-ms wall forevei.
I think of thee in that stein|iala,a irguant |
Vvhsrs no sweet voles ..I -„,,,,,,., , 10.ru,. tha alt, !
Wtieie the vast a.lilinte s.w-in. ei.r |.i.. nsni r
With sonin dark dre.m ol iiiilor.r.ild dsapalr
Thy love, remenihered.iltttli heavim 1 tight M llj.-r '
I feel thy lingeiiug kisses ou tin lips.
I languish fur (he tale autumnal showers, I
The met, root .plashing of the autumn rata, t
Th. tlilmu-rlng h.s.rfi.»il and la-l ln.lii._-. n..a ..
That give me hark to lliy daik ru.lin again
To thee I'll bring sit Ilia', .tarry .klrs *
And .11 the 1i.....ii! ol .11111111.11 in my eyse I
M li-n from earth's noonlld. heeu(y borue ew.iy
To the pale 11'lirlr- of (bat under world, v
A mournful (lower upon thy brass! I lay li
Till round Ihy heart It. 1 liuglii, landnlt curled— 1,
Afi Ighle-l dove, that Mm..111. fluttering | li.i.rt
To ihe deer magic of tbv love's dominion "
0
For il,- t, wert grandly beautiful a. night, I
Stern Urriis, In Ihy re.lm of Ihiilml kings ;i,
And lliy sad crown ol rypres. lv mv alsbt n
I'.lret Ihi.n all die bright anil flowery 11.,..
Of > ..silo i pojipte. aud of got.ten col li .
■y Ceret on her .(nlaly templr. worn •'
I (I
I .at bnlilsthee on Hull', dinky (In.me, „
Nor fsartsl the swful shadow of lliy fal.,
Content to .hare ths burden of ihy crown, P
Ar.l all the no.nt 1. oi •[,!. o'l-t. of thy stale; I'
U. inline my flower Ilk. beauty la (hy will _j
Seeking wldi light thy lon.ly dark to ML
Wonduling, I think how Ihy deer lon hslh bound me •
In a new Ufa diet half foigel. tli. old ; ■
AH Sal I haunt die meadow, where you found lur C
lm deep ||, .1 ,n,..(, 1. „f tlu.a V gtild. *
Or tit hr.lde Cynue'. (oiiela n. dr.—ning S
Of thu rsd lake by thy dark Batata gleatnlng. C
Tlie dcnilfiil gorge, througli which I flrt( deis-ende-l !
To thy dink w..rld, seem, (the i tn -lormy .ky,
Through wnosa dark teutulsr-tttt. as dsyllght ended, | v
Wild isjinpsof Htiu.e( t,peii_ cii die eye ; ~
Wben tlisll't jt.rf, iiiiiiii dirt gtisimy porltil
To our thro .csl pal.,ce in th. rtalni. immorlel* I
Winn in her cur hy wlnj.-i dragon, borne, "
Pale C.re« so ight me througii the situ Iderlag cigh(, l
nidi angry ton-iie. end flerce oye, forlorn. ll
the dark line t, irern il me from lier eight,
Like a rell liousm tii-t r.n.ls Ihe ttr
Of innbthsbl with her peril 11. deepwd. *
Jove, paying th. great |~... „tt b.r woe,
Ouve iw* l.iy gataahlSa to (he mnthsr's grief— 8
To Ceres gay;—l.,tough summer', golden ghiw *
Ail all the crust sut moiilh., from .pour to .hue!: i
Alas, bow sadly In «i. ill v, i.0n..,.
I paM tin. lonely, llugering time of towers ! "
In the long silence .tf the Uinguid noon., *
When all (be pandng bird, are Taint wldi h..t,
1 wander lonely by the I lit '~,-.,.. . f
Tn 'irsr the!- ti-ht »...> •' bit ft.t J
Thiuugb tbe dead i-alin, and csiiti: the liugsrlog time
By the alow puluag ol in-n sllvw chiuie. *'
1 languish far (hel .te sntuninal thawert, .
Tli. roc:, cool tpljailing o 1 tn. autumn rain,
Thaahl_:a.rliig li -u-'r.wi ut ', list ladlug flowers |
lliat give ma bat k lo (by d irk i.-lv, again;
I bavu no nativs hind Irom thee apart,
And my tm ti baasae nf hwtv.ut I. lv thy 1.-.v 1 *
— Mrs Wh.'.man. a
DBtSSI K(> FOR CHURCH i
lA.I.H.I'NMIj '
Liiti Mi.yLxly hMrd ihe bg||r
lM b-iva 1— lu«r m«. I kfi'iw fall ««ll I
111 -*•¥•_ arm* lv Mm. ~
for m.■-. ,'a mkiMN h**lp ma I .
1 llm-k- D>v i'>lt*.t very ■[true*- — '
lllf-jlk is mmtm kUlllllU*: .1
tlfjv, mtt thiiKkitut fur oie—do,
"A bole'" yotiany f |)li*t£.i- talus the nho* V
I'lm*«. IsiiriH.ti y and hldu It—
Jii*t think, ii - mmqj ,iv J, my i.-i
Ic»iiu<.t s\-nt it with » bt»lfi I
Tlifj Ui»?u will vijii, qpj M
Th«*f'm tl«tfl ] -i-,:,, -' our ft.i .1
(Thsnuph, to 1.--HU, -, they _n<- l'n. i■■ ( . |
tha way w« hold our ■ I rv>»» 1 ,
I'M 'ti.« _f.[ii.it.t M.-fu th"i.;!i t in ,
■And rr. m Miv-ttlf, ' pray did yuu _ i. t «
J»* .*> U-S-, I. **t in> JblMMl i
i*. •«- 1.-i '<■ i iii lr.>i my Mtviktt— 1
l>o you fbiuk It l*rg-! aio't It i.-. flimsll i
VtliMt lml_-r thfit- thtiiiri Kivt
il rata ftnJ mice, J th-**} *\t -im:»i.t ? '
Pl-*ue hurry, Lurji*, (j. -, , I'm i.t |
'Thert.'* Vsiilie," M I ~-... r
How iplenilhlly tbe silk will milk'
■ i'l--;.".- twi'l my "■«•!( ini.il- i
My corMt. ,t-.i<\ my li ■ : - i i
Thart now, I'il t«k-* ttv« t-kirt* or lis— '
i" h'.irf y.l.u i«. :.'i.t heir nic Bs ! '
fern know I**an iiOt»too|>! i
Uowab-MI wy my prtvtr* t-o-day • (
A* It jlrloweutto 'lurivh t*>|*r*iy I
li*>*f **nii ><mhr.-o fu'illah t *
H*T» d.iiupttitHriMtna in Cologne.
•Wh-t tyr;' * j j.i-iiit. you »il!, ont'
.Vow Lv .la, doii 11* mulish. I
thr-n, toy Ital—how hvabhur*
Thin thiiiR —ii'ebiji aa ail outdoor**- I
l'hiii trhjMiul stiifur-acoop ! •,
Thank Hfiveu, myrloak ia hiot. .. i-xt,
ItcotteDougb to hr, Ikuow — '
(StraigbUu tbii horri-i hop !) «
My bundkcrchlaf aad ulovaa you'll And
Jaittn thut .rawt-r Li. c, v*« you hlir. 1 - J
(Don my dr-wi trail t) |
It's all th* faahlOb now, you know ;
(.Pray, dot*, the paint and powder ahow
TbruUjfb my l«oee v*l| >> 1
Tiiank you, my dear, 1 -'Mara In* draan'i;
Tlie Minti h« prtti-*_d ! tbadayofreat 1
C'ouea onlvoDCt-io s«Tan, t t
F-rit on all the ctli-r cix,
1 bla truoll* lihoatd lutveto Ai,
IM never gut to bea*f*n. t
THE I
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At Martinque, and In the year 1763, ■ t
wi.B born one of tbe most fortunate anil J
at the same time unfortunate womt-n j
whose feet ever proved our mortal ' _
earth. a
Sbe was called Josephine Tssobar; ' :
and her young days were ajient happily
and blithely, amidst thu * <.i her ft
aunt's estate, for it would appear that aj>
Josephine's mother and father thoui{lit I
110 more could be required of them than j.•
to bring a child luto the world. It waa |
not known whether they ever saw Ihe | f
child after leaving it with tlie aunt. '*■
Her "father" had been a csplaui in the Itr
French army, aud had retired to ai ea- j I
tjte in St. D.min_ro, on which he pro- (it
bab'.ydied. 'a
The girl Josephine grew to be very I 4
lif.uiiiin!. Her eyes were deep blue, . i
shaded by black lashes, suit her hair of t
rich brown ; but her chief bsuuty lsy in «
the varying expresaion t»f her face, to \t
wilch muy lie added that her volte wss i
Tim .i-tubls for ita swee.lilira- aud even I
tenderness. She was of i_uid<lle height.
Flowers were a passion with her, and -
«o also was reading. 1
She had a favorite foster sister named \
Euphretnie, a mulatto; and with thiajt
companion who nev*j left ber—who i
followed her through her upward and
ambitious flight—she would ramble I
throughout a summer day.
Upon one of these occasions when
Josephine was so nr er her womanhood, •
as lo have the d- »y of her r__rriage i
fixed, she encount .red an aged womau,
who seeing her, r«reamed, and seizlni? I
ber hand, deoUr td she would one day
be Queen of Pi..nee.
Josephine lw jghed—but she half h*.
. lieved.
Sbe married \Utt Viscount ,-lexander
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deßea-jlittrtif.it>,and Hie couple journeyed
to France nnd to I'uris. Here they rre
■iti'il i|(titi>:. MBHtUon in society, for be
was equally beatitif.il with hermit.
They attend* *d at court, of couree, and
the poor fated Mario Antoinette took
notice of the coloulal lady.
How little did the queen think trial
in some yeari the you tiff lady which ihe
waa pleased to admire would bear a title
even higher than that of queen, end
would bear it in the very palace within
which tbe Queen of France wee * penis
|ML aud n» the iiii.streni iii that pal*co
ot tins uiantue resulted a win
[Eugene] ami a ihughter i Mortens-*!
who ultimately lv -i the mother of
the present i'nipernr of the French
Everything promised happiness to the
young couple, bat clouds will rlee in
the bi Ighti h| day, and a beautiful morn
ing may lead to a night u|_. raging aud
terrible i-torin.
Sinldenly the viscount became Intolcr
■ iit. MOM say mad ; and, as the unhappy
result, the wife nini husband separated
He remained in France, while Josepblii'<
returned to Martinique,accompanied by
|W children.
Iv that ialand she remained till the
lews of the Revolution, when perhaps,
ear for tbo life of her husband induced
lei to return lo France, and it waa during
the journey homo thut an accident to
uorallze over, occured. The little Hor
ense, the future mother of an emperor,
I/ore away the only pair of ahoes alio
i.nl by dancing about, and her little feet
vere cut and bleeding. A rough sailor
nade her a pair out of an old boot of bis
iwu, and lv these botches tbe mother of
s';i|.n|i tin the Third was once more
iappy and daiicliig about.
TM pair of bunt* are historical, for
foeephlaekept them, and when, in after
lays, she w.-is Empress of the French,
be showed tin-in stored up with h'-r
[rand Jewels—they were tho jewels of
ier memory, and she kept the v by ber,
ill tbe day came when she floated t»
vardsGod, ;•» we ail must—alone, each
villi bla dread account.
"Her husband MM fell a victim to the
devolution, and she was a widow Then
he was a prisoner, a poor "arlatoorat,"
i'(i.i.-iiiiii-.i to die fur the crime of her
drill.
It was now that tne prophecy of au old
vctiitii began to take ].j . slon of ber
itiml, and wlicn several Indies were be
velling their own fata and hers too, sbe
ictu.itiy smiled, snd told them tbe gullo.
me would nev.-r drink their blood nor
it own ; that she would become Queen
if France, aud thai tbe ladles near ber
liiould lorm purtof ber royal household.
As she spoke, they heard tbs gaoler
[ive his dog a kiu'.s.aud »_y, "Out of tl.e
way, Robe-.! ...:■' Audio abe divined
but HoU ,-i.. ,-ic had fallen, since bis
lamcsake, the poor (i<v, bad beeu called
kul kicked iii one aud tbe same moment.
Rut Ihe "bad days'' bad not yet passed
'rom Josephine. She veuet javeu frcn
leal!. 1 , bat not from poverty, a-dshebad
0 beg alnaoM in order to livo.
It wss iii 17' Jit:,,_*. A'.'4)&!ei>n, then
"-.-i-ittt!.!i.i!t of Paris, ll.st fair Joe'
ililne. He (nei, her at a ulttetral aoirte,
nit bo ili.si beoams I iiersated la berlire
ivheu she called to thank him for re -
iloring to her son BogetM the sword bi»
lead Cut her h.cl worn, and which had
reen yielded op tn the government on
the di-iruiiu_r of the citizens.
Tbe Bre of love once alight In Napo
leon's heart, it soon burned brightly,
md witli tn .i vi i-y tear BontlM from the
line when they Hi"', stw each other,
losepliine and .Napoleon .\ere married.
That n -~,..;. .;i absolutely adored his
wife is proved by many instances of ex -
trenie liiictlindKlit and consideration.
)n went the conquering Napoleon, dally
...lining more and more power, whlla
los.epb.ide gained new Nitpoleonlata by
her tact and policy, not the least nf
which was a great assumption ofniod
t>sty. Khe lived at a quit t little estate
called Mv.mai mi, umi all her thoughts
eecmed centered in ber garden.
At last Napoleon wag declared Const/,
mid Josephine was tic- wit'o of tbe man
st whose disposal rested thirty million*
of men.
Fmm Ni.-iliii-iiH vi to the Palace of tbe
Luxemburg was so ascent; but that
Palace wss soon found iucouveiiieut, end
the consul and his wife, Madame Bona
parte, then removed to ihe "Tuileries,"
the pilace of tbe old Lingo.
By this time Josephine was thirty-six,
and men admireil hoc so heartily, and
■lie appeared so beautiful, that she might
have been called sixteen, and no one
would have denied the assertion. A
I. w years, and tbe prediction of tbe old
woman away in Martinique was fu'till
ed. Josephine was an empress—and au
empress of France.
And now alie had touched the highest
pitch of all her earthly glory, and it is
satisfactory to know tlmt while she sat
upon tbe throne she was gentle, charita
ble, courteous, and never vulgar.
Her luisfortuue was the in.rfortune of
many women who havo had but one
misfortune —she bore no imperial chil
dren. Tbe Kmperor wished to continue
the line, uud he divorced her.
There is no more touching page in
history than that recounting Jost-pbiue's
unhesitating obedience to Napoleon's
wish. Bhelaiddown her crown with
nit a murmur, and retired into private
lite back to tbe little estate at Maliuai
ion, which "'"'• had quilted for so much
{landeiir, and where she returned to the
>ld gardening pursuilsof ber compara
tively early and humble days.
Perhaps tbe moat touching portion of
hi* pathetic historical cli.-ipK i isi the re
flect and hve Jo-ejiblne lands red to
ncr rival and successor, Maiia Louisa.
She humbly asked to sec ihe new em.
|>re»s, but this the )i.i(i_,i_'.y /,n-trian re
fused to allow, a id so Jo.epi oi - bowed.
When Napoleon's 1.011 was li un, no one
ra-joited more than Josephine, ft I hard
-a.li-i-tltoin-.il' musl she btave tt.li her
leeuMss—especially when the emperor
sens', her word, a day or «.> after the Wrtii *%
nd wis sou, that hu had no: "i.l time tn
wl.be to her, becausb be con'.J not cease
t»> jsaxe ufmn bla child. F-iw the poor
-let—Teaed empi"»s aiust liave w.-pt as
-ii> MM heriM-lf her. was yet auother
barrier ta the old love Napoleon bad felt
for her.
At la-it— VapoU-on fell. And the allies
were about entering Pa;.s. Theu Jose
phine prepared to leave the old house at
Malm ..-.ii. when a _:r. c;< •'... message
came to lier fio___ the coi querors to re
main and bays .10 fear.
But she was even then dying. Orad
ually she sank; e-.r.y In May, 1814, sbe
in came worse, and on the fojirth of that
month abe fell .-.sleep, an 1 to died, after
declaring In her last words that France
should b-j gratef.!, for el.a bad striven
much for the good of J'ranoe.
80 sbe died. There have possibly
been many better women, and there
have been many thousands worse.
Oustave Weiss was run over and kills 1
by a steam (Ire engine la >~ew York.

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