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WEDNESUA V, BBCTEM J.K1J13.1866
Allco.nm,...i.atlo„s,el„.iug to business matter, con
.tea with th- pap" ' "'' '•' ' Ir """" 1 "\ F " "
Kiwo Norfolk ft** Allfuirriuiiii'itions pcrtriining b
Itorial ...atieis. and all liMli l|llllMH |ljaa_l- for th.
paper .houl.l be addressed to J..111, Clark, Kdltor.
Advertiser, are requested to hand In their advertise-
Buntsbefor* six e'ek-* •" •*• evening, previou. to publi
•atlou.
-•wsmsn aud ll—lst ty I _bjM_| papers will pleas
_cv* their orders at the ciuutitig-rniiui the evening pre
vieu., t**—re six o'clock.
Mavhdw a Brotlmrs, Bookselluis and Btationers, nrcau
tk—ri—d agent, to sell the Norfolk \lvst, and all ordei
it with them will bo attendee! to thu aaiu.i us it loft a
'~ o_— of publication.
S. M. PutUrgli:l A Co. are —————*1 Advertisin
Agsuts ror tb. a_< '•• -sew York and Hoston.
•-HOGRESS IN LAW REFORM
*~e progressive spirit of th« people o
Maine is again show,"" '" ,t ' lf »' '»<'
WW OB Qf IjHa*—» mini older COlUmUuivi.
The r__a|_—ture has made a long stride
forward in tiie matter of simplifying tin
criminal and civil jurisprudence of the
times. At its last session an act wa»
passed which permits, the prisoner ar
raigned for murder to testify in bis own
behalf, and the beautiful workings of
this system have been recently most
strikingly exempliiieil in a trial of whicli
it is reported :
" The testimony of witnesses left 110
doubt that the prisoner killed the person
alleged; but, as tbo deed was done in
the dark, no one but himself could know
whether it was in self-defence or not.
The remarkable simplicity and apparent
truthfulness of the prisoner, his prompt
and ready answers, freedom from all
contradiction and equivocation, and, in
tact, every test of truth, wen* so .strik
ing, that the court, jury, and the crowd ,
Of listeners were ail convinced (bat lie
Was fully justiiied in the killing. With
out his own testimony, However, he
would probably Lave been severely dealt
with by the law."
.Notwithstanding the old common
law maxim, thai it is better "ninety
nine guilty persons should escape than
that onsiuiioceut man shouldsulier, "and
tho various guarantees that every oppor
tunity snail be uilowed the prisouer to
establish his innocence, and thai be shall
always be gtv«_ the 6«ne_t of the least
doubt in regard to his guilt, we find that
Tuvariatiiy thu prosecution is shown (
more favor than tho defence; if in no
other way tjian that of having the clos
ing argument and permitting the court
to sum up tho fads ami influence the
jury by the expression of an opinion
with regard to tbe guilt or innocence ol
the accused. There uro a groat many very
odd customs and notions that forma part
of the common law, which might be dis
pensed with now, aud which, having
ceased to have the f. ~*c e they once pos
sessed, ought to Vn abolished. Society
has changed e llU , elv wU ,., n the las(
century or tv, 0) bul tho ol( , )ega , f()ni)
and the. enigmatically, not to say fool
ish, language in which they arc obscured
nave undergone no alteration. We still
retain the words and wisdom of mack- 1
stone; and the language of the law is
now as diflicult to comprehend iv many I
instances, even to those learned therein,
as the language of the Choctaws or Chi
nese. We sec no gootl reason why it
cannot be simplified und made plain.
Our statutes, forms, indictments, legal
documents, rules of evidence, and every
thing connected with the science, which
is called the perfection of wisdom, can
certainly be reduced to good modern
English and made as intelligible to the
most common understanding as the
simplest incident of life told in words iSf
one syllable. Discard till the dilDcjities
of ancient Latin construction and all
the iterations, reiterations a; a d superflui
ties, and let tiie simple l__f_ _t stated ,„
brief-, comprehensive mid unmistakable
language. We think the concession
made to the prisoner, which permits him
to be his own Witness, a very important
and a very just one, und that it would
be well to adopt it everywhere. The
object of all trials is to arrive at the truth
and all the truth, and the jury being the
judges of the evidence, we cannot see
how the ends of justice can be defeated
by examining everybody who may know
anything in regard to tin; matter in con
troversy; and certainly the party accused
ought to know better than any one else
•»w far he is implicated, and whether j
he be guilty or innocent. Hi* statements,
of course, would always be taken with
considerable allowance, ami the charac
ter and manner of tbe man would have
as much to do as his testimony in | H fJt_,
cueing tho verdict of the jury. We trust
therefore, thatthese important ameliora
tions in criminal jurisprudence will n o t
be conflned to any particular .State, or
locality, but that the attention of our own
legislators may be attracted to it; that
Jaw will be looked upon every where
more in the light of science,
and our present system be remodeled, im
proved, reformed ami simplified to such
an extent that it will no longer lie a mys
tery, and tlnit it may conform to reason
and common .sense, and lie made so plain
that every man who can read aud write
may be his own lawyer.
OLD VIRGINIA.
We cannot find time to answer the
tsttera sent us from various quarters, in
quiring as to the best region wherein to
settle at the South. We can only say
generally tnot there aro inviting lands
to be had at low prices iv every Southern
State, and that we consider them all
•llgible for settlement, from lower Dela
ware down. We could not advise a
"Western man to come East iv quest of a
good bi. ni 1..11, nor au Eastern man to
go West, since the chances are good on
the lower Mississippi as well as on the ,
James, the Santee and the Savannah.
Better look tlrst at the region nearest
(ou, and if you are not suited there, go
To Eastern men nnd Europeans, we
—■neatly recommend an exploration of
aa shores of the Chesapeake Bay, and
aence through Old Virginia into North
Carolina. We believ__lands can be
bought there as cheap, all things con
sidered, as anywhere on earth. These
lands are but nix to thirty-six hours
distant by steamboat from sill the great
seaboard cities, which always atl'ord
ample markets for their produce. Vir
ginia and North Carolina are congenial
ia all the fruits of the Tempera,. _on_
I Plum—and can supply our markets,
well as those of Philadelphia, Baltl
>re and Boston, with these and the
ible Merries and delicate Vegetables,
t he seasons in which they respectively
uiinaud the highest prices. All the
rains of the Temperate Zone, with To
cco, are here urown j n perfection
c Flour of Richmond being of ex
llent quality. Now that Slavery is
ad, it is morally certain that Wine
id Silk will soon be added to the list o
luthern staples, and thatthelandsof the
aboard States will rapidly appreciate
i value. The Mutton of the Virginia
lountuin-sides is the best in America,
ud will yet be recognized by epicures
•orth an extra price.
Virginia is now poor. Many of her
eople liave much land and little else.
I—r crops are very short. There is not
uod enough in the State to carry her
icople through the year before.them.—
labor will of course be chean. 'mrougii
ho pressure of want. *» cr y man 2_£
toes down therp -mi pays out even 1600
or laud —' v labor will help the people
iisa-tgn the pinch before them j and the
Bora money he invests the better. We
dvise Northern mcii to club their
ueans, buy large estates, divide them
tif<> liimis ami lots, sell them ntuuetion,
lii'ii a/ft ku'ldi'ig on the tract thut suits
„ their fsVver'ai __Y-S__-Ht-! lgr_t-l_-
S compactly as may be. so as to have
toads, Schools, congenial neighbors,
CO. Those who dothis will find Virginia
,v excellent State to make homes in,
.nil will seldom bo forty-eight hours'
ravel from the homes they will huve
Lit behind.— New York Tribune of Mon-
We have ourselves, on several occa
ions, set forth the advantages of Vir
,iiiiu for fnriuiug purposes; and we re
nal that no portion of it offers more
irolitable induceiuents than the region
if Norfolk and Portsmouth. The land,
ihiih is unsurpassed for "trucking" _r
arJy gardening purposes, is offered freely
it lie market, and can be purchased for
asonable prices—much less, generally,
an is asked for it. Explore the nearest
int to market, before advancing into
o swamp regions.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
IUAfBE. —Tint audience was numerous Mid
jut, notwithstanding the beat of tbe room,
Hy cold, and di 1 not greet Mi.. Keignold.
mth her fine appearance and really merit.
leserv.d,or would have call— forth from
!spo.t— to frigidity. But, then, she was a
nr stage, and our theatre-goer, are not given
love at first Bight. They must see for them
they approve, and be sure of the worth ol
pland. Misa Reignc.lds, it cannot be denied,
ruling worn*-, antf an actieas of the very
I or talent. Without copying very closely
s remind. M a litthe of Matilda Herron, bu
ing than lhat elephsjltiua lady. A. lre.su, likt
c.c latter days.toofrequently .poll tbemsalv*
i.viug to he original. It is better, perhaps, fo
i not endowed with the highest order of geniu.
! with adopting tin. ideas and style* of tho* ■
se.l through I he ortjeal of tbe .1,1-1 crlrictaM.
.Is has a vast amount of originality, and j*a
; and graceful woman—full of deepest p__ on,
'oquetry, as the situation niay require—r—pa
st prompt, pleasing, and wonderful ckaugea
—nghaiu was, iv every ra.pect, a praise
nuance, aud deserved applause. A well cul.
uilnatloti and educated taste, coupled with a
elocution, a fatlltleaß n-mlerii.g, and a,fort •■
ess In the emotional pnsaagM, combined to
llneation. ol the character enjoyable and in
tg ha. had few better representatives ou th.
r own time. But we would see more of bar
tnd more pleasing character., aud will await
ijnuents. On her first appearance she waa
I hy that sterling actor, Mr. GoMiri, also by
r. Ferris, Miss Kmma Heignolds, and other
it. Glenn', excellent company. Last night
aa Richelieu in Uie play eutltlod "The
days of Richelieu," in which she ..tisplayr-.l
.utility of genius. To-night, <ye ahall
at great pet of all onr lady stars, Camilla,
tiered the character per excellence by all
ese days. It is rarely the people of Nor
si'Ortunity to enjoy as good acting as Mitn
IB them, and tlrey should improve the op
.led i.y her brief engagement.
— • •*#_ •
idai Nioht.—On Monday night, about IS
ible in the rear of the Hope fire company's
street, waa dlao-overcd to be on Are. The
ediately given.aml the enginea were prompt
'.y on hand; but such was the illlllcolty In getting watei
that the flames were about to spread to the adjoining
•lmnties. The Hook and Ladder Company being on hand,
with their efficient Captain Crabington Ashhy, ol
the polico guard, used every exertion to prevent the
tlanie'S from spreading hy tearing down the surrounding
-lianties. The Theatre was at one time in imminent
danger, but, by the prompt action of the Hook and Lad
• ler, it waa saved. The enginea labored under the diaad.'
vautngo of having no water.
-— —MS—*—
BißOLiar smd Larcext.—Tho house ofE. Seal, Esq.
on f iinrberliuid street, was enured on Monday night and
r.ibbrd of v considerable amount. Or late, roWierie* hsve
boon very common, which fully and conclusively con
I—MM the m„st credulous that "soiimbody I. doing
si.m.thlii..." Ti„, Mayor's Ciurt of Portsmouth yesterday
had ,i number of rases for stealing on its .locket. Would
BO*, our authorities do well to make an ___t_a of tho
colored I'tipiiliitiun who delight in going masqueraded.
Tim case ..f Slicppart fk_* .i, o wb that hi. motive for di.
giiisit was robbery, and f r01 „ the number of charges"
against him he was very successful. We utilise the
pel— | to look out for these he, sh o or its.
. ——*»-
Merchant', and Citizen.'. _s_9_i To-Nitnii—-Tur
[ nut, yttfiionils of Norlolk, and thosn intt,re.ti*d in th. .1.
I rolojimoiit t.f her local ibmuiim nml enperiur advantage.
"Stitntl n..t upon the ortlerof your goiug,''biit crowd in ai
bo there early. Gentlemen of known ability nud el
iir. iiei' will address the meeting, nml in order that it ms
not bo a dry nlfnir, arrangement, have beou mado to bu
ply nil intereateil in tho water question with a good spot
men of juniper and ice. We rotor you to the Secretary'"
call below. "
It ll r-.\]iootorl that m te.ry man will beat the adjourned
netting to-night who has any interest In the welfare o
this city, ami more particularly thoao whose interests dc
l«ud;npou Norfolk's success. Room for all, so come.
Tm SsciiiAir.
#—— I——
Sailing. Oudbb Falsi Colors.—Robecca Woodward,
yellow tallow-faced feminine of tho house of Ham, was
arrested ~v M.,n.lay night, on Church street, by th* nigh
i»'lli:a,(ur showing hor agility and practicing th* art o
",'m '' f< " lCe ''" male a " ire ' sh * WM ukon ,0 the P°hV
'•race hy officer. Sykes and Stophenaon, and yosterda
""■■"ing turned over to the military authorities. Captain
rrriiore, of the Military Court, will try her ability a* a
•M__T__ J* gMn * her » "J*" n P° n on » °'"» °°*-
- || Ue ta d <-"-™-"«l to break up thi.
Ju.vo, our don arrive
•SB. AsC'hlncßod _ •»"» rd »3'. owland, from Can
we hay. thought it ___~" a ° m '" n ,n th,, coaatT *i
Ism thl. queer .peclmtT gr,tif - vin » t0 the P ub " c «°
■ Hon in the offlca of ths is? *" h "° D,llc * d her on « nJb '- I
» ''''•'Si. nothing ,i keJun "'' fo '« f «i"lsys. W.arisur.
' MM- Our pet la entirel, ryj ß " n " ,n> '' <»ll*ction of ani-
I o Idast fashion, and .he I, ' " 'P° tud ■*■> «•• I
j !-•«_ rlc. without ehor»tic_ C ° n „ ,nß M ,b * " aaloui.
I is already ml.tri_.of OU,h «^ u * fouI '- I'
j DEPARTID—Th* U. 8. at-un." _,_*_• ;
lat an early hour yesterday raornin* .'"" our harbor
I We have not been informed 0 f h. r a __ ,tood **»art.
I boat Osslppee .till remalui .t n „ "? * 110n ' Th* gun-
I Lino wharf. w »aehortg. off «,, „,_
I ' ' I —-r 1
Arrested—John Taylor wa* . '
noon by officers Kirk and Mawl, of th. _____ *""' '
being drunk and disorderly. He w_ vk * n £ Hc *< for (
Mayor, lined $5, and locked np to cool off. " •*•
m rm m _
HoßßlD.—Hosklns, a rnsUc from North Camlia.
robbed of a carpet-bag, taken from his cart in Joßßscarta
yard in Portsmouth, on Monday night. No doubt th
work of soma midnight prowler.
» —> »
Mr. nollingßhead, messenger for Harnden's _mb*bjb
will accept our thanks for Ist* Baltimore papers. '
IMb—l
II in lm A Co. hay* our thank* for Petersburg papers
In advance of the mall.
Do nor F'.bobt tb* Board of Trad* w..Ling eallwt for
■■■»»- i -SM-_-______--ai
I TBI Wbatbsb—TheThermometer at Dr- W. a a-wi*"
Dnif BtoM, onder th* A limit i. Uot.l, lmllcat*il thl /ol
lowing—*— of th* weather Tusssar:
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' Foa Niw Yon.-Th. .tea-ship Ysboo having h**n -*-
' taint- la New York, for Ih. purpose of,***** l " r ■ "*"
" propeller, will lear* her wharf thl. e ventr* *t 8 o'clock.
8 Instead ofycterday. Cupt. Couch I. her ooluniauder,
| anJJ. 11 Smith I Broth- are the att,ent». j
J The Courts
U> Matob'i Coi'BT.—O. Mar* wa. fined to and costa, fttr ]
lellruß Kootls oa Stuiila.v. ... .
' E. W.irth.imer wa. lined tb and cost* for thl »mi of-
Mr. Martha Hope M. Jain** Stephens, Ktioi for d.bt
r in th* amouut ol $00. In other worth,, Mr.. Hop. appealed
to th* Court to correct h.r h»d l.ara-atn. JuJ K in«„t de
t I "cVve'rat warrant, were Iwued for partiM doiug bu.ine*.l
r I w111i...'" net.""*, keeping open ou Suuday, tc.
"| Maloa's —tear— ltertsm ou—.—Peter Fagan.au lliii*-
I J rant peUUr of cigars, wa* arm.ted for peddling wlUiout
1J a lie. use. C.ise not sustained aud accused dismissed.
I J Patrick o'Brlau. c)i*rg«d with assaulting William
I O'Connor, aud being drunk aud a—BJ rd.rly, was fine.l tie
' nnd I. .....I over to k*ep the peace tv tb* .urn of $lUU tor
, on. year,
Willi. N'orSeet (color—I), charged witb stMliug vege
table*. Turiit-Jt.vvr to the Military Cult.
Ch.rle* Averittaud a—*)ha I—• r,color*d), arre-teO fur
■tesllug * hog lYoni John Cottuubead. Turned ur*r to
th* M.l,in; Court.
Henry Freeman (color—1), an—tad for discharging a
I p.! I within tbs city limit. In violation of au ordinance.
Tn, ii, el over „ tbe Military Court.
.V.'llMe* r.ni.e.i (colored), arrested fur St—ling bwsnvax.
- Horace H"l in. tn tea'tt'.rr.jf ple'iiing cue i„-e »... _
liary L Weston. Conimltled for .lamination. It I* to
he hoped that till. fellow will not get away like all tbe
rest ol bis emit have done Watch him, liutchersou, and
, keep him from ths windows, or auother watch spring a.
' may be lelt you as a tokeu of remembrance, Ac
, Thomas La!ward., arrested on complaint of W. E. Car
hart lor a-aultiug hi. sou witb a kulle. Charge not sus
tained, and caße distui—ed.
Jos. Bouih, arrested lor stealing a lot of clothes from
John Johnson, also a pistol and Jewelry. Con—iltud for
' exnuiiuation.
Edward Means, arrested for driving bis horse on the
sidewalk, and driving at truckle— rute. Iv con—queue.
. of bi. youth he was admouished and dismiss.'.l.
I Miutait Cockt.—Solomon Bright (colored), charged
. with violation of the cily ordinance* of Norfolk, in tell
ing iv the market without a license. Fined few. and hii
stock iv trad. MMBMated, to be sold by the Clerk of th.
Market for the beu.tlt of the city.
" Eliza Crow (colored), charged with .tealing clothei
. Irom Mary Warner (colored). Sentenced to government
farm tor eight uiontba, not to return under penalty ol
r being confined in tbe hard labor pri*on, with hall and
chain.
BMB^__S__aßK—£ ■—
• From Texas and Mexico.
Sheridan—Death of Ex-Governoi
Murrah — Ethels in Mexico.
From late New Orleans files we take
c following:
1 MAJOR OEM. SHERIDAN ON UIB WAY TO SA>
ANTONIO.
* Major Qeneral Sheridan and Staff ar
rived at Galveston on Saturday last Iron
1 this city, and left that evening for Hous
1 ton, where his arrival was greeted by i
" salute of thirteen guns, fired by the 4tl
" Massachusetts Battery. The General it
i on his way to San Antonio.
' REBELS IN MEXICO.
I, The Santiago Herald of the 15th says
a We are kindly furnished the fbllowiiij
'- extract from a private letter of the 25tl
JJ ultimo, received by a gentleman of thii
m city from a village near Monterey:
. / "T srecelved a Iff for from Hon. W. 8.
. Oldham this morning, informing me
> that an order from the Emperor had ar
, rived, directing that all persons from the
- •.Confederate States should go to San Luis
Potosi.
"We have dates from Monterey as late
. as the Bth hist. Ex-Gov. 1\ Murrah, of
a Texas, who was an exile in Mexico, died
■ on tbe 3d Inst, at the city of Monterey.
0 All of the refugees from Texas and other
- States, who had taken up their abode in
. Monterey, except seventeen, have been
r ordered to leave Monterey and domicile
i themselves in San Louis Potosi, or
a points farther in the interior. This is
done by an imperial decree. Judge
t Thomas J. Devine, Major Clark and N.
t O. Green, of .San Antonio, were among
c the seventeen exceptions. Mai. Russell
a was about thirty miles from Monterey
on a farm. Gen. Shelby had gone to the
interior. General Hindman had gone
to Saltillo to practicelaw.
"Ex-Governor Henry W. Allen, of
s Louisiana, had reached San Luis Pob-si
■ July 18. He is pleased with the coun
try, and has been kindly treated by the
people."
—■<■
Win Gradually Dying-Tha Biward influince
Paramount-A Orand Political Expioiioa
Imminent.
[Special Despatch to the Commercial Advei User, j
j, Washington, Sept. ».—Should the
jt I trial of Wirz be prolonged another
el month, he will scarcely live to receive
X hissentence. Thestrainuponhisphysi
teal and moral system is too much for him
j He is visibly dying by Inches.
." I Frederick Seward will partially re
-1 -nine his official duties on Monday.
I Mr. Seward's star was never brighter
J than at present. He exercises a para
j mount influence on public affairs.
| The subordination of the military to
I the civil anthority in Mississippi by the
I President meets his hearty concurrence.
The elements of a fierce political ex
citement are apparent. The New York
Democratic nominations and the Weed-
Greeley-Blair quarrel seem to precipitate
events, and a grand explosion, lending
to new political combinations or the most
important character, may be expected.
Thurlow Weed, as usual, js trying to
harmonize conflicting influences.
.-*-, ,— t '
Reconcili ation, Reconstruction,
and Repopulation.—The following
marriage notices, which wecli pfrom the
Petersburg Exprcus, speak very favora
bly for reconciliation in the South. The
women of the South seem to have been
seized with a sudden fondness for the
» Federal soldiers:
_ M"rii*d,BtUmkMville,Va.,Sopt. loth, by th* Is-.*,
P. William., in tbe Chapel Tent of th* 3d U.S. C.T
Barnaa MMOBOB D. JOHNSON, or Philadelphia, Perm"
to Mlm FLORENCE BRANCH, of PsLrsburg"Va? ■
' At Borkesville V.., September 10th, by tbl asm.
fcLrgsu STKI'UKN r. R V GUNDY, of Philadalphi. to
I Miss SUSIB MOTTLEY, of Burkosviile, •_,■"?
„ At . B " r , k ?!, v . ll<> ' *■_ Bepteinb- 10th, by th* .......
' "'"
At BurkMTille, Va., s~iit.inh«r 10th he th. —m.
I "Belle Boyd" ma New Charac-
J ter.'—A London letter says:
j It is stated that "Belle Boyd " late of
Virginia, is about to try her fortune on
the London stage. The effort is credi
table enough, but the necessity for it ia
highly discreditable to the English Se
cessionists who haveallowed hertocome
to want. Not long ago, having gold or
pawned all her jewelry, 4c., she was lit
erally turned out of the hotel at which
she was stopping., penniless and with
nothing but what she had on her back
the landlord detaining all her tiunks
and their contents. I have been told
that a play has been written expressly
for her debut, in which some of the inci
dents of her career as a rebel (spy are
worked out in the most approved malo
dramatic style.
*"»*>
Nbw National Bank.—The Comp
w?~! _? f the Currency has chartered the
*irit National Bank of Lynchburg—A.
CashUr er rV, Pr f ßldent; John M - Miller.
S-I_^„_M^ I M?__s»-" » re B » mUei
JF k\ . n . a Mccu °. Thos. Ferguson,
Irb, H au f ? h T? r - P-"_»J McCorkle, J J
" D -IM. G. Fant and others.
■l£po?^ F ft ASI r P OF WAR -The
uunch-f_. jS I "' l 6™ Vt -?°— ftMly
noon frott on H j» turd f.y •***■
•nosof _!_*__ N » v y-y«wdi i» the pre»
--' ■"• l • Ur W orowd of ■pectators.
' THE NEWB*
The Montreal Company's steamship
Hibernian arrived at - ather Point on
Sunday, with European dates to the Isl
hist.—live days later than those previ
onsly recelvetl. The continued retire
ment of Queen Victoria Irom public lite,
aud the persistency with which she de
votes herself to the inauguration ol
memorials to her late husband, were
again exciting comment in the English
press. The Atlantic 'telegraph Compa
ny had determined to issue contracts for
a new cable, ami th l ' insurance agents
had recognized the resolution of tie
company not to attempt to pick up the
dropped cable dining the yeiras fatal to
the late project, and had set about pay
ing the insurance claims made upon
them. Continental politics las furnished
no new developments, witb the excep
tion of a ministerial crisis n Portugal.
Some new phases in the Interminable
Schleswig-Holstein dispute have been
reached equally as interminable as those
preceding them. Nothing new appears
to have been received in Eirope respect
ing the actual progress of the war in
South America. The Emperor ot Brazil,
in hisjonrney to take command of the
Brazilian army, had proceeded as far as
St. Gabriel. United States five-twenty
bonds were quoted in the London mo
ney market on the Ist inst. at 68J a 69.
British consols stood at B_t_B»J. Ameri
k- - ~stt„„ | 11M j agjva-VMI |d. per lb.
The proclamation of Pt-Vt-tapaJ Gov
ernor Hamilton, of Texas, issued on me
19th ultimo, lays down the regulations
and prescribes the plan whereby the
people of the State shall be enabled to
take the oath of a.incsty and allegiance
tothe national government, and qualify
themselves to vote for delegates to the
State Convention mid to sit iv that body.
The chief justices mil clerks of the coun
ty courts are to constitute the boards in
the several counties for administering
the oath and keeping a list of the names
of those who subscribe to it, and for the
performance of this duty they are re
quired to be in session at least one day
in each week till their work is accom
plished. The Governor concludes by
earnestly urging the citizens to come
forward with alacrity and take this pri
mary step iv the work of restoring theii
civil government.
A grand banquet was given on lasf
Saturday nigh in Meadville, Pa., on the
Atlantic aud Ureal Western Kail road.
to the English capitalists who arrived in
New York city on Tuesday last .and whr
are now on a tour of inspection of tin
public works and other enterprises o
this country and Canada. Some of thest
gentlemen are largely interested iv Hit
Atlantic and Great Western road, am
assisted materially in its construction
Mr, Le Hoinr>tediau presided at tht
banquet, and Mr. Reynolds, forme
president of the road, made the speed
welcoming the distinguished guests
which was responded to on their belial
by Sir Morton Veto. Other speeehe
were also made, and, together will
these, the handsome decorations of th
room, and the good things set before th
f company, a mum evening* (I'eat was ell
joyed.
Some weeks ago an advertisement ap
peared in the Kichiuoiid Bulletin, ii
which the advertiser expressed a wisl
to go into the newspaper business witl
someone who had the material, as hi:
printing office had been destroyed " hi
the public enemy." A few days sinct
General Terry's attention was attractei
to this expression, and Mr. Bailey, tin
publisher, was sent for to state who thi
uuthor was. He proved to be John J
Palmer, formerly editor of a paper ii
Winchester, which was taken possessioi
of by the Federal troops, who lately re
turned to that city, having been absen
since the evacuation. Mr. Palmer wa
then sent for ami committed to Castl.
Thunder, from whence he has been re
moved to the city jail.
The New York Herald gives an ex
tended sketch of Canada and Canadiai
political affairs, which shows how tin
struggle there between democracy am
aristocracy, between republicanism am
imperialism, is rapidly approaching i
crisis, the evident tendency of whicli ii
towards the annexation of the province;
to this country. It also furnishes an ex
posure of the secret policy of Grea
Britain, and her efforts, by means of es
tablishing powerful land and naval ar
maments in her colonies along our north
eru border, and by endeavoring to force
them into the confederation coalition, t<
! net up on this continent an empire tc
check the great American republic in its
career of free government and civiliza
Advices from the Rio Grande, via New
Orleans on the second instant, gives _
the cause for the recent removal of tin
French troops of Maximilian's army
from Matamoras and vicinity, and theii
substitution by native soldiers, the dig
position of French officers to give am
take offence. One of these gentry, win
some time ago wrote an insulting, pom
pous and silly letter to General Brown
the American commander at Browns
ville, Texas, has, it is said, been dismis
sed from the Imperial army. Previoui
reports that officers lately belonging tr
the rebel army in tliis country have beer
given commands in Maximilian's servict
are contradicted.
Richard D. Pool, formerly lieutenant
colonel of the Fourth Alabama regimen i
and recently released from Fort Warren
was on Sunday committed by Justici
Dodge, of New York, oa charge 01
having attempted to pass at the bar o
an unknown hotel a worthless one dollai
bill purporting to be the issue of the Al
leghany County Bank, of Maryland.
Other worthless hills were found in tin
prisoner's possession.
A raikoiid passenger train was thrown
from the track near Lynn, Massachu
setts, on last Friday night, by a mis
placed switch. As the train was running
slowly, no person was injured, butaboul
twenty thousand dollars worth ol
damage was done to railroad propeity by
I the consequent wreck.
We regret to state, says the Petersburg
Express, that Cicero, aged twelve or
fourteen years, son of Mr. James King,
of this city, was accidentally, but it is
feared, very seriously, shot yesterday af
ternoon near his father's slaughterpen
in Pocahontas.
At a meeting of citizens in San Anto
nio, on the 16th, to inaugurate means to
provide a homestead in Texas for Gen.
J. B. Hood, it was recommended that a
subscription for that purpose be opened
in every county in the Stale.
Mr. Robert Patterson, a well known
citizen of Petersburg, died ou Monday
afternoon. The deceased was a native
of Scotland, but has resided in Peters
burg for the last fifteen years.
The Rev. Phillip Courtney, a well
known, aged and respected minister of
the Gospel, and President of the Bible
Society, died in Richmond on Monday
The freedmen's school building at
Decherd, Tennessee, was burned one
night last week by returned rebel sol.
diers.
The Confederate General Joseph E
Johnston has been appointed President
of the Richmond and Dan vilie Railroad.
A sleeping-car with twenty berths
lately started out from Cincinnati.—
_.tiof„er was added during the trip.
The heavens are M deep aa our aapi-
home at Alexandria, having made an
extended Northern tour.
The Daily New* of Jackson, Missis
sippi, has hoisted the name of Andrew
Johnson for next President.
Hon. C. J. Faulkner was bitten by a
snake while walkiug near his house at
Martinsburg a few days ago.
fieneral Longstreet passed through
Eutaw, Alabama, lost week to visit a
relative in Mississippi.
Burr W. Harrison, a prominent law
yer of Loudon county, Va., died on
Tuesday last.
A child has been born in Portland
with sixteen toes. That boy will toe
the mark.
«,_.
Funeral of Gkn. Bchimmelfpen-
NlNa.— Reading, September 9.—The re
mains of Brigadier General .Schimmelp
fenning, U. 8. A., who died at the Div
ing Spring Water Cure Establishment,
near Wernersville, Berks county, on
Thursday morning lost, were brought to
this city this afternoon, nnd interred
with military honors.
General S. entered the armyns colonel
of the Seventy-fourth Pennsylvania reg
iment, and was made a Brigadier in Jan
uary, 18G3. He conimandeda brigade In
-Chun's Division at the battles of Chmi
cellorsville and Gettysburg, and his
forces wore the first to 'enter Charleston
In February, I—VS. He was relieved of
the command of that city on account of
in. !.uc,in, cnuscd by a consumptive af
fection contracted in the service.
BILIJARD TOUIINAMKNTIN MAINE.—
Augusta, Maine, September 9.—The bil
liard tournament for the championship
of tliis State, which has been in session
for the past week, terminated to-night
as follows:
Tiie first prize of a gold cue, valued
at S2OO, anil the championship, to Robert
T. Williams, of Bangor.
The second prize of a silver case, val
ued at $100, to E. Goold fray, of Bungor.
The third prize of a silver goblet, val
ued at $50, to Charles E. Smith, of Au
gusta.
Mr. Smith, of Augusta, has challenged
the winner of the cue to play him a
match game for $200 and the chauipion-
B**—*J
Tiik Cruelties at Andersonvili.e.
Attempted Interferenceby Alex.
Stephens.—The Evening Post says it
has been informed that Alex. Stephens
on two occasions made an appeal directly
to Jeff. Davis for leave to examine the
Andersonville Prison, and authority to
remedy the abuses ; that he represented
to Davis the wrongs and cruelties com
mitted there, but received for reply'tlint
the officers in command were capable
nnd trustworthy men, and should not
be interfered with, for which reason*
Mr. Stephens' requests were denied.
i . _—_
Railroad Accident.—From New
, Orleans we learn that a "nigger" took a
, ride In the white man's car. Nobod
' hurt.
*__i
An Tim Ooiso r—We refer, reader, to your tc
Be careful. Next to your aye., your teeth aro ths m
precious of your facial organs. Dm the Fragrant Boit
no»T. It will at once arrest tlaray anrl prevent what a
now I.nt mere .peeks from being ..rinrea. In brief,
will mmj nml heuutify your teeth. And it is tho ou
tiling that can save them. RutUet ou llns.
«•-_♦-
Arrivali at the Atlantic Hotol, Sept-12.
Capt Rolierta. steamer O t rotter; J Banister, Va; W
Cutliiigor.Thns N PariMT, Arch Ramlall, Teiineaaeu It
.1 B F.,sler, holy i.o.t son, Miss M J Je-nkfiia, Miss M Pa
J Bornsteli, Halt, Mil: A .1 Lnrkv. Richmond, II V Hto.
son, NY: .1 Turiiis, Tims 11 Lord, B„nnlß_—a, Oti Theo
n Bit*, Ai'gnatn, II.i: II Herbert .....I |,t,|y, BJ V; Sll Ke
lu'.hi.v, I'liiiiess Ann.*..., Vu; 011 1' Corprew Meekl.
Inrrit, Va: N Whit.., Va: John S .Lines, Vu: (leu T Walla
aud friend, do; Rohtn.lotiß.liis, .In. II Ri.ldlck, Oeo
linen, Nt; II J Hinge-, NY: Thos V Upshur, Nortliaru
ton 00, Va; C II Rlil.lick, John ll Klll.v, SutTolk, V- M
Willey Line, Va; V M Uokin, Isle of Wight, Va; T 1 D
pree, I'hlld anil "erviint, Halt; .It _ llarrett, Va.
MAEKIED.
On Hie :10th Au—iat, at th* residence of Mr. 8. 0. Tar-
I lor, of Lynchburg, Va., hy the Rev. Geo. R. Barr, ut
Abingdon, Va., Mr. JOHN fl. A LI.ISON, of Glad. Spring
Washington county, Va., and Mis. SARAH E. WRIGHT.
I of Lynchburg.
J On the 3d of Soptemc.r, in the Methodist Prote.tant
, Church, Lynchburg, Va., Mr. J. J. SMITII to Miss
, SARAH F. CRUMPTON, daughter of Jessie Cruuipton,
1 I all of Lynchburg.
I — —*»
DIED
• I In Richmond, on Friday morning, ths Bth lnit., after
short but painful illness. Mrs. MARGARET A. TUCKER
consort of James A. Tucker, In the twenty-third year o
' I her age.
I In Powhatan county, Va., o*i the 10th, of chron
i thrash, WILLIAM I.INWOOD, only child of Theiuaa E
and Sarah O, Amos, aged one year, four mouth, ant
I twenty day..
In Richmond, on Friday, the Bth Instant, nt 9 o'clock
*. _,, ALBEKJ IT-KIT, .on or Elizabeth Totter, aged
I three year., nine months and five daj a.
I In Richmond, on thellth Instant, at half past 2 o'clorki
WILLIAM lIEN.NET MiCLAIN, altar a puinfiil nine*.
I I aged ten years and four months. "~
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF NORFOLK, Septemiier 12.
, ARRIVALS.
I 'loop Mm ll,:i .Tune, Ilavwnnit, North Carolina.
L-hoonrr Federal Hill, Wile—sr, Havre da fjfac-
Ita.p Twilight, Wheeler, Eli/aboth City,
learner —Hi tutor, ll ing, Baltimore.
_a—_bT It. Mann, Munllng. New York.
MBit—r Tut so. Couch. New York.
ti'iimer At-—iga Hri'iiil.v, Brmiglitiin,Philndtjilphi.i.
toamer Louisiitua, Porter, __—__-—
learner Swift, A. W. ll.ink., BalUmors.
taiitiier Natiuin Tylor , I'hila.lolphia.
learner Masontn, Bunbir, Rkhmond.
teiiinor Cily of filelitniintl, Powers, Riebmnnil.
■earner Bolrrs, McCariiek, Torktowa, it.,witli freight
aa_*—bmi—
DKI'AItTUHES.
earner Oasolli*, Ilyers, Cfiivack, N. C.
earner Clarion, Morse, Williaui.ton, N. C.
.■inner City I't.inl, Talliutt, Itichninnil.
earner Thomas Coilyer, Mikiull, Riclnnontl
earner Dictator, liucrim.', ll,.ltimore.
earner Li.uisiaiin, Porter, fi—U—or*.
liooner Wave, Crlttondsn, Richmond.
himner (iu.ird, Little River, N. C.
■ut .pChart, Woods, Mule River, N. 0.
lot boat William St.trk.y, off of a cruise, report
Ling thti following named vessel.:
pt. 10—Ship Forrest Eagle, from New York Ismnd
iIIIIIBMM,
|tt. 10—Br ship for Baltimore,
pt. 11—Breuiaii -l.i|, Neptune, from Brmneu. Pu»
nr. for Baltiiuore.
[it. 11—United State, steam transport Continental,
.t. 11—Br brig Prince of Wales, for Baltimore.
it. 12—Breuiaii bulk, from Bi.inan. Pnssongers for
it. 12—Schooner C. ____■(■. for Baltimt.ro.
t.w brig Uauiel Boon, with lumber fbr this i«,rt.
al in tli« Koads wind bound. The main portion of
eet « cut to .oa yesterday.
' OF ARRIVALS Ay I) lIEI'ARTURES AT
FORTRESS MO.XROE, September 10.
.in.. Lady Lang, tciidiniotid.
Barge Wallkell, Klcliuiond.
Harge Ruiiiuico, K.eliini.'.d,.
Steamer Lancer, NorlblllV •"*•*
Steamer River Queen, Riciimond.
Stt-amer Triton, Richmond.
Steamer Blackbird, Richmond.
DEPARTURES.
Schooner 8. M. Taylor. Richmond.
Steamer Lady Lang, Richmond.
Steamer River Queen, Washington.
And the regular mail boats.
ARRIVALS, Seftiiibei 11.
Schooner N. and 11. Gould, Boston.
Steamer L. G. Cannon, Point Lookout.
Steamer William P. Clyde, New York.
DEPARTURES.
Steamer L. G. Cannon, Richmond.
Steamer William P. Clyde, Richmond.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
FINANCIAL.
Vs. Bonds, lis 0 n m go
I*. C. " 75 _T » 7
Term. " 75 g j!)
Mis.o'ri" '".ji/S 7 «
N. C. Bank NotM ~ S ii
Va. •' " 15 Z on
Bank or Va 26 ta> _i
Farmer. Bank of Va ','.'.' 20 I 25
Exchange Bauk of Virginia. 20 I 26
" " Al.x 40 I 45
„ . " " " Westo n || a _
Booth Carolina fj 2 _
Georgia "' jo 5 —
Norfolk Saving. Bank I.SUM 26 § 40
Boris—outh " " 1 j, S -
Gold (—rgß; '143 J M
S COMMERCIAL,.
—Philadelphia ami llinU.ni, $3.-—'.
NDlEß—Applo jM.OOeitMllO; Hennensy Otard Pi
Btillion,Ac.,*lo.Uo(ailll.lJo* Fancy Brnitiliu. ■ ch.r
ckberry. Ginger, 4c, —i.Uotvii(J.sU; Domestic i con ,.
1:16; California, per nine, $20.00.
TERS—Bokea's, Drake's, Wtihoo, Rush's, Brliridam
1.00(!!!l8-, California Wine Bitter., per caae, $I—oo*
ON—Baltimore, Sides, 1..,.. .'n.-.: llama, '.'...,......
ield Hum., cut. tn order,'.'!'...i 'J.'.e.
BEEF—Extra Mess, fl8.00_i:01Ki; Mess, tlC.ooiialS.lX).
11KICK8—First quality pr«„d, $35.00; 2d do., $22.00;
3d do., $15.00.
I BAUOH'S PHOSPHATE FERTILIZER, $06per ton.
CORN—White, 70<»---.; Yellow, —to(iiiß3c.
COTTON—Ordinary, 30r43*1c.; Good, Ss(ij)37c: Mid
dling, SSuTliSc.
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1 CANDLES—Adamantine, 24(ij)25c.
ClGAßS—Domestic and Imported, 20(?150.
COAL—First quality, 40c: 2d quality, 36c
DOMESTICS—Spragua Prints, 33 cents; American tin,
33 ; Garner do, 34; AmoakOHg iln, 31; Dutches I. ■ 1.. -.'■'
Lowell, '—i}a; Lancaster Glngliain. 37J& Deliilnea, Sl%:
Amours, 40; Standard and Atlantic Sheeting, 38; 4-4
Loneadaleßleach,6s; 7-8 tlo do, 60; 7-S «___ St. Mills,
50; Bales Colored Drill, 38U ; Niiiiukeiig, 40; New Yolk
Mill. Bleack, 02J4 ; Schawl* Prints, 31.
. FLOUR—Family. $12.00: Extra, $10.00310.26: Super,
t-7Mv-S| Fine, $S.
KORAGE— Hay, 150("a)200 per cwt.; Corn, [email protected] per
del; Outs, 00(a)76 per lnrsbel; Brati,4ofcjii6O per ltu-.li.
IN—s2.so<Vt)s.oo.
HOOPS—None.
HEADINGS—Nono.
LUMBER—CIear per thousand, $70.00; 2d do.. $,'.O 00:
3d do., $30.00. '
LlME—First quality, per bbl., $2.6(Xffi53.00; 2d uualitv
fl.6ta_2„ll. "
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OlL—Whale, per gallon, $'2.00®2.25; Linseed. $1.75;
Lard $2.10(52.40.
PORK—Mess $32.00®35.00; Prime [email protected]
PORTH*—London, best brands, $1.50; Phjlad*tph.
RUM-s2.tO(gili.oo.
ROSIN—Not quoted.
ROl'E—Miiuilla, %Wl6e.; Ileurp, 25(f!.30c
SUGAR—Brown.l4_l7 >$;.; Retineil.Crtisliod, Powdered
nntl Uruiiiilutial, 21i<jc; A White, I9MCI B IVhito, 19 ; C
Ex, 18Uc.
SHINGLES—*S.OO„nO.OO.
STAVES-$25.00__1.00.
TAR—54.60(u,5.00.
TERPENTINE— <V>.25«—i.GO.
in _u.-t7__>_-*_s_; Ht^K
*1.0O: Snuff, oll,:(^il.no. '-• M - m
WHEAT—White, $1.!K)1q,2 10; Red, $ 1-o*9! .75.
VMIISKEYS—OId Miuioiigaliela (.low proof i [email protected]
30 ; Hye ui.il Bouillon, $2.35(tt;7.00.
WlNE—Champagne : "Stai-,""lleitis_t" "Green Seal "
De St. MaiTtitu. "Red Lac," 4c, &!5.00fc542.00: Sherry $1
(ItS.OO; Port, $4.ooljj|S.oo; Clnret, iv cases, 155.00, $0.00, $S.
$10.00 anil $21.00; SililtoriH', per case, W.OOtrilii; Calilur
nia. per case., $12.00(,i.14.00.
WOOD—Per cord, $4.61%5.00.
WHITE LEAD—[email protected]
DOMESTIC MARKETS.
FRESH MEATS-At tin. stalls, Beef, according tv cut,
10015 ct_; Veal KBlOct_| Mutton 12(ic15 M_| Sliout
76((i.l 00 per quarter.
, FOWLS—Chickens 26(n,.'i0 cts., according tn size.; Duck.
$1 OOal 25 ]ier pair: Gei-se [email protected] r t cts.
FRUlTS—Gnrpes, Black ...el Scuppernnng, 10 cent,
per quart: Figs, white and black, 6 cents per dozen; Pears
$160(tc;2 00 por bushel: Apples 75(tj.SO els. per peck.
VEGETABLES—Cabbag* 5(u;10 ct«.: Touiatoe. 2—130
' cts. per peck; Onions 10 cts. pel' bunch: Beets 10 cts. per
bunch; Soup Vegetables l(u,locts. per bniisli; I'ntat.._
.tt*t,sl 00 per bu.liel: Sweet Potatoes 76<tj)80 cl. per
FISH—Hog Fl.h $1.00 to $1.25 per dozen; Bpotalor.il.,
ctl. per dozen; Trout 25_60 cts. a piece; Mullet lot,—
ctl. per bunch ; Sheep Head 60O$l 00.
BUTTER, LARD AND CHEESE.-Biittor 201M6 cts.
1 per pound; Lard 23-26 at., per pound; cheese 18iii»2. r ,
cts. per pound.
) I Commercial markets Arm and steady *t quotatiou.
i with a lively demand for wheat, naval stores and .Uvea'
I Gold Arm; North Carolina and Tennessee stocks hay* gone
• .up to quotation sine, last, undj looking up. We hear ol
i Virginia bumla touching 66, but uot r.portet! on change
aO L E N N ' S__T H E AT RE.
BRILLIANT RECEPTION OF THE GREAT
COMEDIENNE,
| MISS KATE REIGNOLDS,
WHO WILL TAKE TIIE PLEASURE OF MAKING
; HER THIRD APPEARANCE IN HER GREAT
CHARACTER OF
' CAMILLE!
Aa performed by her iv the principal Theatre* of New
York, Boaton and Philadelphia, with
' I **T GREAT SUCCESS. -_»
' | WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 14, tl-,
I Will be perform—l the great •. iit.alinii.il Play, lv Hvo
I Acts, entitle I
1 CAMILLE,
s OR THE FATE OF A COQUETTE.
I After which 111* i harniilig youug dunseu.e, MISS SEI.IN A
, WARNER, will appear ilia FAVORITE DANCE.
- Tlio evening's cuterluinuieiit will conclude with
■ laughable Farce ol"
AN ALARMING SACRIFICE.
', In active preparation a great M—-lluual Dram*
Five 4*_, entill.d '
THE ANGEL OF MIDNIGHT,
A DREAM OF LOVE AND DEATH.
In which
MISS KATE REIGNOLDS
• will sppear In Five Characters. Ths pi«ce will be »
■ ilucetl with r
NEW SCENERY, MECHANICAL EFFECTS, 4c.
, **y Door. o]ien at a quarter beforo 7. Performance
( commence at a quarter Itelbre 8 o'clock. aepl2—lt
WAN TED.-A gooil Cook, Wash 7
and Iriiuei. Non* ueed apply but those thai c
come wall recommended. Apply iuiuiediately to
l N. A. THOMPSON 4 CO,
Bspl3—3t Corner Roanoke and Wide-Water «ts.
Waltbk N. Tavloi, Anoriw s. M*htiv
I TAYLOR, MARTIN & CO
1 IMPORTERS ANU DEALERS IN
HARDWARE,
• CUTLERY.
HOI'SE-FURNISIIINO AND
FANCY GOODS,
' IRON nud other
METALS, 4c
NO. 24 SOUTH SIDE EAST MAIN STREET,
NORIVLK, rtuauoA.
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
NoaroLK, Vs., September 13, ISOS.
Ifnvins formed a co-partnership lor the Dan—aj of via
ducting a gem-nil
HARDWARE BUSINESS,
we n'r-pictftilly inform mir frioiuls ami th* pabUe tro
I .-rally that, on the 9d uf OCTOHKII, ut No. _4 South ~,.
Rut M.-iin itTsMt. Norfolk, Virginia, wo will be preptr<
to cxhil it and nell. Ht ri'iisonahlc priciM, r m-w ati.ck <>
// A M D W A It E ,
well MB—T—d and aelcctvd witli Bpncial refeience to Ih
iv.iiits oi this market.
Mr. THOMAS I. ELLIOTT, formerly with _MR|
Allyn Rosa 4 Co., and ninre recently with __afl* Diel
iiist.it 4 Elviius, nntl Mr. .lames 11. Watters, recently wit i
Mr. W. It. Hn.lgins, will be with us, ami we shall I
pleased to sec and serve their friemls.
I With tlm assurance that we will do our un.....! .
please, wo appeal, with much hope nml nwiHl— III*. I.
this conimiiuityauil tn resilient, and tinnier, in Ktisltn
Virginia and North Carolina, Tor a share nf their Ist
Ironagc. WALTER 11. TAVLOR,
snp!3—WttSal—ti ANDREW 8. MARTIN.
1?OR RENT FOB THE YEaIHsgU
; A desirabl.t FAMILY RESIDENCE, on Botetourt
Street, opposite the residence nf Mr. William Doaby, Esq
It cunt.iins NINE FURNISHED ROOMS, with GAS
f throughout. Rent moderate. Inquire nf
THOMAS SMITII,
»epl3—lm No. 1119 East Main etrt.-t.
Day Book copy.
ORDINANCE
LIC HACKS.
Be it ordained, I%tit titt Public Hacks shall stand 1..
the we.t of the Artesian Well, nn the .....I.lie of the Main
sir. .i.in el all drivers of such Hacks shall at no lint" it*
distant more than five feet from their vehicles.
Every Public Curt. Dr.ty, or Wagon, for hire, shall l.c
marked with the initial.uftlu. nw-nei's name, the Bam
ber uf the license, ami the It ttcr H, for hint; and every
Private i '.ii l. Dray, or Wagon, shall l.c marked a. above.
having the letter P, for private, which shall he p........
white on a black ground, ou some conspicuous part on tin.
.lib* of the Hack, Dray, or Wagon.
Thut Hie driver or owner of any MB— Hack,t.r vehicle,
violating arry of the sections of tliiu Ordinance, Bhsll in-'
Btir uud be liable to a lii.c of three rlullara for every ot
fence, oni*-hulf whicli shall gn lv tltcitiloriner.
The above Ordiuanca will be rigidly enforced from thl.
date.
N. B. LEE,
«ep!3—lm street Inapecior.
T? OR BOS TON.-The iStcuiii-hiji
F WILLIAM KENNEDY,
will .ail on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, at 10 o'clock,
A.M. No passage seclirad until paid for. Fur ft eight or
MMMMI apply to W. PATTEN, Jr., Agent,
sepl.;—st Chainb.-rlaiiie'a Wharf.
T> HENNEBERRY & CO?,
t' GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA,
No. 35 Commorce Btrset
—Sep. 12—6m»—
Day Book and Old Dominion copy.
~FXPRESS RATES REDUCED^
"*-"' ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY
NoaroLi, Sept. llth isi'„,
' W. have this d»y reduced our rates ou freiirht fr.,m
I BOSTON aad NEW YORK by Inland route and lit,
■trainer* direct from New York to Norfulk. '
For i.n tl.er informalion, apply at the Office 54 Chnrrh
•tr*«t. J. H. RIGNEY, Agent
wplO—lw ' "I™ l '
| i\ BALES INDIA BAGGJNILFOR
IV/ Ml. —W t* cloM CullSlKnßl.ilt.
J. W. RK.NSH AW.
, Mli What- .
DRY GOODS.
ATTRACTION
PURCHASERS OF DRY GOODS!

SELDNER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
NO. 13 MAIN STREET, NORFOLK,
nAVE JUST RECEIVED tlmlr stock ef FALL AND
WINTER GOODS, Ma—aa, in addition to ttis supply prs
»iou»!y on hand, now enable, them to exhll.lt to pur
LARGEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
IN THE SOUTHERN STATES.
Our Wholesale Department
AFFORDS TO CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS
an opportunity to moke selections from
AMERICAN AND IMPORTED GOODS,
At prices us low ns thoy c.in lo bought in any city in th*
Unitoel States.
Wo call BBSS~~I attention lo tho
Ladies' Dress Goods Department,
wliero may be found
MOIRE ANTTQE SILKS,
OROS DE KIUNKS,
I'OUI.T DE SOIE,
TAFFETAS,
CORDED SILKS,
PLAIN REPT POPLINS,
I'LAID POPLINS,
FRENCH POPLINS,
HUSH I'OI'I.INS,
SILK AND WORSTED ARMUHES,
SILK CHAPES,
MOHAIR LUSTRES IN COLORS,
POPI.INETTE, PLAIN AND CHENE,
A FULL STOCK OF TOIL DE VENICE,
MELANOES,
KEPT AND PLAIN ALPACAS,
CHENE ALPACAS,
FRENCH PRINTS.
A SPLENDID STOCK OF FRENCH MERINOS, all B-_* •
BALMORAL SKIRTS,
LADIES' AND MISSES MERINO VESTS, *-~ «o
The Mourning Department,
ton«i.t. in part nf
TAMISE CLOTHS, „
BOMBAZINES,
% anil 64 BKOIISSELINKS,
ALPACAS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
AND SHAWL MERINOS
CHENE ANll STRIPED POPLIN,
BLACK AKMURES,
FRENCH POPLINS, beautiful styles,
KEPT ALPACAS,
Mir! UMNO SILKS,
ENGLISH CRAPE,
ITALIAN CRAPE,
CHENE AND STRIPED
ALPACAS,
BLACK KID GLOVES, etc . Al.
Our Shawl and Oloak Room,
Contaiii*
THE FINEST STYLES OF BASIfUES,
CLOTH CLOAKS,
VELVET CLOAKS,
BAY STATE SHAWI.3,
SQUARE AND LONG SHAWLS, ao., to
■ ■
Department for Gentlemen's Wear
FRENCH CLOTHS,
DOESKIN CASSIMERES,
FANCY CASSIMERES,
TRECOT CLOTHS,
SATTINETS,
TWEEDS,
KENTUCKY JEANS,
UNION CASSIMERES,
l; El'Kl.l.A NT CLOTHS,
SHEEP'S OREY,
UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
SILK AND LINEN HDKFS,
GLOVES, of all kiii.ls,
HOYS' UNDER SHIRTS
Housewives' Department.
lli'iiiltl of f.unilie. will lintl at SELDNER & <JiVB
COTTON SHEETINGS, all wiiltliß,
LINEN' SHEETINGS,
PILLOW -CASE LINENS,
MARSEILLES QUILTS,
DAMASK TABLE NAI'IHNS,
I DAMASK DOYLIES,
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS,
I TABLE LINEN,B4miiiIIU4,
I UNBLEACHED LINEN TABLE CLOTHS,
. CLOTH TABLE COVERS,
I WINE CLOTH,
WORSTED DAMASKS,
TICKINGS,
BLANKETS,
FURNITURE,
PRINTS
lii Our Carpet Room,
INIIIIAIN CARPETS,
BRUSSELS CARPETV,
VENITIAN CARPETS,
VELVET AND COCOA MATS,
, COCOA MATTING,
DRUGGET,
CRUMB CLOTHS
j An Immense Stock of Flannels.
I i'"ii.-i«iin.. lv part of
OPERA FLANNELS, all ahad-,
j RED TWILLED FLANNEL,
i GREY TWILLED FLANNEL,
I BLUE TWILLED FLANNEL,
j WHITE TWILLED FLANNEL,
PLAIN RED FLANNEL,
PLAIN OREY FLANNEL,
PLAIN BLUE FLANNEL,
PLAIN YELLOW do.
ALSO, CRIB BLANKETS, am! BLANKETS of all L....1.
Wa respecthilly Invlt. all parson, who ar* purchasing
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK,
M w* *r* ...i.tii.ii.ni to make It to th•
INTEREST OF ALL WHO WISH TO SA YE MONET
To buy th.ir goods at
SELDNER & CO.'S,
13 .M.IU Sna.t, ha—l of Market Stiu.i..
•*»"-" N*rfi>_, T_a-J_

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