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THE NOEFOL. POST
I __Ml_d »YF.RY MORNlfc'i»(Siiii'l".v''E'.epl,d)at
NO. 18 80-kIfOKK 8»I-'AU-1,
NORfOLR, Va.,
Aid lebl • Dialers and N»«i Ib.ys «t
lUBJU DOLLARS PER ttVND»_»
or -«,t to subs, rvbßi-s by mall at the rate of
TEN OOL-AR-I Vtli, VI.Alt
piyablo In ailvant«. Single copies, at the ciiitlei, FIVE
OHNTS.
Risitlenti iv the city of Norfolk nr Till laHliiilli, dcslr-
Ilg tho paper left regularly at their houses or ploces of
business, will bo served hy a carrier, by hciving the lmnie
and address at the countlng-rooin of the publication
olßoe. Thoy will sottlo with Iho carrier weekly fur the
mine. ■-. -*
BUSINESS NOTICES.
T) HENNEBEB»If _. .CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA,
No- 36 Commeroe Street.
—Bop.
Day Book aud Old Dominion copy.
T> UIS G E sIT& C O R E,
" WHOLESALE
Grocers and Commission Merchants.
Dealers lv
WINES, LIQUORS, SOAP, OIOAIIS, SUGARS, MO
LASSES, COFFEE, FLOUR, BROOMS,
BUCKETS, CANDLES, _c.
i '■.:.--,,,,,,,1,ts solicited. Select Family Groceries .'.instant
ly on baud corner Wide-Water and Commerce Slruets
Norton,. Jyl'i-lni
fS O A N O X E H O U »"_?"„
-tV ROANOKE SQUARE,
Opposite Office of the " Norfolk Pout,"
(Old Herall Hnlhiilgd**
NORFOLK, VIMBTNIA.
TIIE BEST
LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, Ac,
A v. -i\. on h mil, -in. «'M'v. i! in tho tip.t itylo at t)w Hlioit- I
AN ELEGANT SNACK ,
will he furnished from 11 to 1 o'clock daily, ami
MEALS SMRVED AT All. UttCRS.
angl 8- tf JAMES JON FS* V.. prletor.
TTENRY r. WORCESTER
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FOBWABDING MEBCHANT,
NO. ia OAKMBU/f WHAHK.
ftHp!4--tf
HI PK I N S & M I L L I G A N ,
AUCTION AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, j
No. 1J Wiiib-Watiui Sntii-T, j
(John Ilipkine' Old Stand)~Up Stairs.
IfMffiSSl NORFOLK, VA.
CONSIGNIIKNTS OF PRODUCF, 4r*., SOLICITED.
Strivt p-ttVmal attention paid to nut-door salet, anil the
tale, of Horses, Millet, lutile mid Vehicles.
NORSK AND STOCK SALES EVERY SATURDAY.
augla—lm
jr'NIGHT & JOHNSON--
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PAPER AND MPI It
MANUFACTUKKItS' MATKRIALS.
ATTBNrioNI—ArrUNTIONII — ATIEIIiriIiX! A
We nit-1 onitintly i.tncbusJiig, tv t',...h—
OLD BLANK HOOKS.
!( ll RECEIPTS,
BILLS.
LETTERS,
und NEWS. Ai'Kl..-,
Fol which we pay Ihe hlglioat cisll price.
KNI.IUT*. JOHNSON,
, ~.,.,,. N... il South Charles street,
atigl-~tf j. ......__. "alii'""!"■ _
" John T 1.-. ■-, " |,| " , "' H , „
Norfolk, Vs., . hit,. ~t Lyn. Itbitr*., \u
T EIO 11 .t- PH E LI'S,
Auctioiieert and General (t.minmton
More ha n ti,
NO. 0, lIOAXOKU 50U..!.!., KORFOLK, ,VA.
tern* Pm-iieiilnr alt.iaiioii given lolbs iHi!*ll< arurt-ttl
Btile of li.nl Estate, Sim-kit. Merchamiisr if . en-jt tteecrifb
tim, Fiii-.ttiiirt; Mnnttfurtureti iXbetttj intntlry I'lmhive,
Ac, _c
*_■ Sales i*f Real Estate, U<.,,scl,n!,lF,incline, Ac.
Btii.teled t.t in-an.,/ part if the ciiy or country up->u li..
innsi taverablt, ferine.
Liberal cash advance. ni.nb, on Consignments^_.n.l Ai}
ii.unt Sdespromplly _'.'_' T . 1 ~ I "__
lirjirii:, .mceenni:y & coi.e,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FOR THU-PURCiIASE AND SALE OF
ALL K4-NDS OE MERCHANDISE,
NO. 101 SYCAMORE STREET,
J. A-tdißW Wui«,l FETERSRURO, VA.
R A. M.KBNNKV, > ai. (•oMHinNHINTB SnUCITEI..
JoUII COL!. ■ '__ —
1» At HP & R.O P E R
*• 31 Hirkat Suuarn, Norfolk, Va.,
Wbolesule and Retail Dealers iv
OROCKHIES,
PROVISIONS,
WINES,
LIQUORS,
ALUS,
CIO A RS,
Au
Oreonongl.'s Noii-hUploslve
B U R N IN G V I. U 1 D
Air sale. m , ,
NATIONAL HOTEL,
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
MALTBY & CO.,
PROPRIETORS.
Je 22-tf < ___.
T 1% SMITH & BROTHER,
* HkNBUAL COMMISSION MBROIfANTS,
TOWN POINT, NoBroLI, Ti.
J. MA__DKN SMITH. WM. 11. SMITH
CI Hi W& ROBERTS,
AUCTIONEERS~AN I) GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
WiL)E-WATEK AND BOANO-Jt
Streets.
aowls n.uslgned sold to the best advantage, and liberal
advance! made. Particular attention given to tliu sale of
Real Kslatl,and reuting or Dwelling Houses.
Other sains of Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac, will be pru
nerly mlvertised.
All goods consigned will be sold promptly and returns
made at Oure. Jy I tf
TVTAYHEW &_BR OTHE R' S ,
RKWiPAPBB, BOOK, STATIOKEKY
Am
PERIODICAL DEPOT,
No. 07 M un Strbit,
NORFOLK, VA.
The lat.sst and best mildlratlons by thn most |*opnhir
NAVY JOURNAL"-™!
hy mail throughout the Department.
STATIONERY for the army and navy.
Orders nroniutly filled and forwarded.
CARTES D_ VISITS of celebritiei constantly on
*"«_- Particular attention I*l.l to fllllug orden for the
New York. Philadelphia and llaltlmon Dally md Week
ly Paper's and Magnßinea, Ac, Ac.
Dealers in Photograph Albums, Diaries, Blank Books
Perfumery, Fincy Articles, Drawing Paper, ..gars,._•.*•
Blacking, le _______
J A MRS 1 E I D » S
STEAM
CRACKER BAKERY,
46, West Main Street.
AfnnH/ilifurer of all kintlt of Superior Ship llitcilill
Loaf Bread, Cakes and Crackers.
I hay*. just rnct'ivti.l new machinery and am prepared
to fnrnisli the public and trade *. ith everyfl tyie ofCra. k.*rs
and warrant tli.in to give siilisfa*-tl.in. Restaurants will
find it to tlieir hit,>r.«t to give vie a call as lean uiiin.li
them with Pic nlc and Oyster Crackers, at Baltimore
pi-ices, and alwayajfreeh A liberal discount allowed the
nierrhants. •
Noai',l.l. V*. Je 39—3 m
IVtONTOOMKRV -WILSON —
"*■ NO. 7 ROANOKE SO.UARH,
Offer fcr sale—
•_0 lloios LUMMONS, in fine i,rd«r,
2.. Boies ASSORTED AND STICK CANDY,
21 Botes ASSORTED I<l J..NCY PAPERS,
40 lkixei SOAP, from »J_tf> 1_ cent!,
I AST U 1 SO.PS at Uerntß peril..
POTATOES aid APPLES, by the Barrel,
pnt ■***. c- .-flng.
<*■- , *,__. nelghborln-- ssei,* will Im promptly at
lfla-» *
"• • •"*<:.. r >,-> 7r-<ts.
Wre W_rr.nni._3-' JY * WILSON,
A-rlvi at Wan Ng. f Roauoki Sa-are.
TRAVELERS' ttUIJJJ-.
T) ~OA N6 X E RIVE R. "
Prop.lb,r"J. D.COLEMAN," McCarthy,nuistcr, with ,
barges, will leave the dock, foot of Roanoke S.pi.iro, on
t tit :;sl, \ V. Sopluiiiboi-Jlst. FUR HALIFAX, N. O.an.t
LANDINUS ON UO.INOKE RIVER.
For ll'eight apply to
.1 A.MKS GORDON A CO, or i
J. C. JONES,
s.ptTß—lt No. IS Roain.ko S.|iiare.
Hog Hook aud Old Dominion copy. I
POP RIO DE JANEIRO, !
CALL INUAT '
ST. THOMAS, PARA,
I'ERNAMBUCO and BA HIA. .
Tbo United Slates ami llr.i/il Mall Hlcinnslifp Oompanj
will dispatch, regubtlll.
On tho27ih of ovcty month,
A FIRST-CLASS HTF.AiiSHIP,
couilnelliina w-ith the fine steanndiip
COSTA RICA,
COSTA RICA,
cost A r: ,c: a ,
to leave ou the 2sth of SEPTEMIIWI, al I, P. AI ,
FnoM PIIR 43 N-l-.TII In. -
All letters lmvo to jiiips through the Post Oiri.e
An experienced Surgeon will bo lv atteniiui*oo on
board.
For freight nnd pnssuge, having splendid acconiliioda
lions, apdly to THOMAS ASKNCIO * 00.,
eoplS—9t No. 17 llroadivay, New York.
VTEW YORK AND VIRGINIA
STEAMSHIP COMPANY, REfIULAR LINK.
MOST PLEASANT, RELIABLE AND COMFORTABLE
ROUTE.
Tho lino, couiniodlou and |*owerftll Steamships,
YAZOO,
I.SOO TONS RURTHEN, CAI'T.OEO.W.COUCH,
ANTI
CREOLE, '
1,800 TONS RL'RTIIKN.CAPTAIN JOHN THOMPSON,
Will leavo Sinitir« Wharf, Town Point, for New York. '
every Tt'KSKAY and SATURDAY vvenlig. atl o'clock ,
Reliiriiing, will lenvo New York frum Pier 21, Nortli
River, evury SATURDAY and WEDNESDAY, at 1- M. ]
Piuveise and Fare, with superior suite room accommo
dations, Jl2 00.
For freight orpa. Hngo, apply to
0. HI'.INKIiKNA PAT.MORR,
Agents. New V*>._
,f.M. HMITH _ BRO., Agonle, Tonn Point, Norfolk.
aug 4—tt
S O R 'ph' TLA DELPHI A .
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM PACKET
COMPANY— SEMI-WEEKLY.
Tll I B Lilt, IB Co Mf 0B BO OS tII B
SWIIT, I'lßtiT-I'LAS,*' STIA-U-M
VIRGINIA,
(CAPTAIN BNYHE*;)
MAY FLOAVEIt,
(CAPTAIN .1. ROBINSON;)'
CI.AVMONT,
(CAPTAIN l;.
And one of them * leave llignins'.What-f, Norfolk,
v.rv WEDNESDAXiB SATURDAY, foiiuing a S i
Weekly Line of 1..,,t aud ridiublo Sioiuni.ts. with gooq
j.u-seu.'er iicc..l..mo.latinns and plenty of iroighl mom.
For freight nvbi. li will be luk.l. at.low MM% OT pus
-i.cc, npidy to
tIHM>. V. UROWELL A CO., AgenlH.
Hi uius Wharf, or No. 8 Cuuipbdl's (I'harf,
, Noilolk, Va.
jrj-'fhi.! of tiiese St„»oielB leaves every
WEDNESDAY and SATiiRPAY Kr Norfolk.
MgM—tf
XT o T I CJ£ -•
On siinl uft.r Monday, Pejd. lllli, t1.,; New and Fast
_t>_lllut,
" V A V O R I T E."
John Rop-Uts, Ciimmasokr.
Will run bcttteeu NOni'OLK, t-'.'FFOI.K, anil MITIi
1 ___LLD. as follows
Loavo Norfolk fur lud'olk evury ••
MONDAY AM. TIHH!-I,AY. It On. .
Leave Norfolk for Sniitblield n ry
WEI.NLKDAY end SATI'IIDAY,at ty i. ni.
Leavg SufTolk for Norfolk every
TUESDAY am. Fill DAY, ut 10 a. _k,
Leave Siuitliftelil fur Norfolk every
WEDNESDAY uud SATI'IIDAY, at 4 p. in.
For freiabt or passage, apply on board, fool of I'um
„!,.ri.Blr,*et,orto CYRUS K. STAPLES,
lepO—tf • No. Ist .Vide Water .11001, Norlolk.
OHERMAN BROTHERS A CO.,
No«. 16 and 18,
ROANOKE SQUARE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS
je _Mf
■jl/TARSTON & MEEK'S
CLUB ITOUSE,
to DANK STREET.
Where all patrons an. furnished with every delicacy tbe
iniirkels afford,cooked to order, tb suit tho most fastidious
Also ti choice selection of ALES, WINFH, LIQUORS AND
0-SAU. Particular and personal attention is given to
Iho catering for this establishment by the proprietors.
Jo__—tf MARSTON A MEEK.
WALKER & CO.,
VV i;il'll RT lillS OF
WINES,
BRANDIES,
01N,
RIM,
ANO IIUIII IN KlJtt, .
BOURBON & OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Agonts for tlio American Vlnt.igo C.-uipiiny's
PURE CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES.
WINK-TITERS,
HOCK,
CLARET,
CHAMPAONK,
Which aro uidvereally recuimended by the most cmiuent
physlcUlis for MEDICINAL PURPOSES,
AU of NAM <ire ojbtretl at llie very luwest market rates by
No. 8 Commercial Row, Norlolk, Va.
Je _I—tf '
Vm NE AND LIQUOR STORE.
N. A. THOMPSON & Co.,
WATER AND ROAN OK E STREETS, NORFOLK.
44 HIUII STREET, PORTSMOUTH.
Would roepectfully invite tho attention of their ft lon.lß
and tin. pur.hasiug community, to a well BolocL- Bt.cK
BRANDIES—French, Peach, Apple nnd Blackberry.
WlNKS—Sherry, Port, Claret, Saiitsrno, Chanipaguc.
DINS— lauulon, Cordial, Holland ami Domestic.
1 RUM—St. Ctoli, Jamaica and M.dford.
WHISKIES— FiiioOld Bourbon,N.vlarand Family Kyo.
BlTTEßS—Plantation, Bberry Wlno, Calif.via and
Quinine Tonic.
2,000 Coses extra fine li.pion, Ansortcd, ono tloiten In
i Case, for sale low by
»T. A. THOMPSON A CO.
jo 26—tf Water and Roanoke Sir.-els.
1. U R E SPARKLING SODA
* WATER,
DRAWN FROM
MATTHEWS' SILVER FOUNTAINS
V.IIU AI.I. III* CHOICE PBLIT BVBI,I>B.
1 SPARKLING SWEET HOCK,
" A vi'.RY DBI.ICiOUS BKVERAOK,
,1 UAH BB SOU" AT
j • W. B.y.EWlß'Drug Store,
" Jo 24 — lf 4 jtldn St. under Iho Atlantic Hotel.
" Iff ° T T ° R '
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
MASSEY. COLLINS A COS PHILADELPHIA
CREA M ALE.
DUNLOPS AI.RANY
CREAtf A L E ■
CLAOETTft BALTIMORE
'• C R E A M A L E .
FOR SALE AT-48 P Ct-W
N. A. THOIPIbiN A CO..
No. SO, ri_a-V. aa=r «#Vru_t*ik.- 9\etx\
Noito-.VI.
TBAV-L-t-'i 0-H)-t
IJEOPLE _ LINE FOR NEW BERN
AND THE
INTERIOR OF NORTH CAROLINA!
carrying the united states mail.
The only anu Entirely New Route.
11... stoiunors ol this lino will leavo mail wlittrf, Norfolk
for Nowhern, ou the arrival of tho boat- from llnltimol
on Tuesdays, Tliui.-ibiys and Suturduys.
lb .turning, will leiivo Newborn Tuesdaya, Thursday,
and Saturdays, c.nn. ctiui* with railways for Goldsliorouish,
■Raleigh, Wel.lou, Beaabrt, Mar-hud City uud Wilu.iu ; _
ton.
'the various lines of Railways are nearly all completed
in tbo Statoof North Carolina, and will itiive
little or nodilllciilty iv reaching Iheir destination "ii any
..I tho lili.-n ol Railway.
Tb.. boats are of the Hi. t class, nn.l commanded by men
of experience, who will see uu piiins spared to ninki, p»ts
s, ngors rontliirbible.
Being entirely un Inland Route, it will l.c found fur more
pliM. ant than by a sea route.
__ ti..: t.i i .I-......, Low Ratcß
For further information, apply to
W. C. EDWARDS,
Roitioko Island, N.C. V
Geo. Oi.iir, Nawtiern. N C. jy I—tf
I t)ALTIMORE STEAM __.CK.ET
f) COMPANY.
STEAMER "BOLUS,"
l-ROU
NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH TO FORT MONROE,
EASTERN SHORE, MATHEWS COUNTY,
III.OUCK-TEK AND YORKTOWN.
CARRIINU THE USITED STATES MAIL.
The New i.nd Fast Stounicr "KOLUS," Captnin P.
McCAßltti'K, willcotiinieiic.* her regular trips to tli.'iiboVL*
uiilne.l places ou the 9th SEPTEMBER.
This -b'auier will leave th*. Government Wharf, Nor
folk, DAILY, ut ty and Portsmouth nt J o'clock, A. M.,
every
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY,
for Cherrystone—every
TUKSDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
f,,r Mathews and Gloucester counties, and Yorktown,
touching at Old Point, goiii* and r.turuiiii: on each trip.
This . teainer connoids with the ltalliiuoro Hi,sun
Packet Company's Steamers "LOUISIANA" and "AD*
LAIDK," lor Il.illiniore, and tho Stealners "THOMAS
COLLY KR" and "CITY OF MO-CMOS i)," for City Point
und Kicbiuonil.
Throagh tickets sold on Ibis St.-niiior to llultimoro,
City Point, Kichiiiond and her connections.
This Steamer is especially titbiptotl to the Bcrvico In
which she bus been Ingiawl, beiug very Fast (buying
nitide tbo trip in I-' L tiiuirs loss ,!..... any shuuner ou tbo i
route), having Fine Acconiiuoiliitions, and is noted M an
oxcelleiit Sea lloat, and will make luu- trips regardless of
tiie weather. ,
For freight or passage, apply to the clerk ofthe Steath'
ci, or nt the Gillie of tho Company.
F A II E:
Faro to Old Point 60c* '
Fare to Mathews, Glouceeter, Yorktown and
Cherrystone tl M
Fun* from Cherrystone, MatheWl and Glouces
ter counties and Yorlib.wn to Baltimore a 0,1
" " " " Rlrlilnonil 4 Od
THOS. 11. WEBB, |
seplO—tf Agent.
IVTOTICE. —On urnl after FRIDAY,
__\| the I.lth insUint, llie Stonier
JENNY LINO (CAPT. J- 0. Snow)
will leave Jolinstbh'l Wharf, foot of Conimerco street.
Norfolk, uf 7n. in. .nn! 2p. ni.. and Myors' Wharf, Porta,
mouth ,il TV_ ti. in. for FORTRESS MONROE and
IIA.MPI-UN, touching nt NEWPORT'S NIIW.S mi her A*
l.rnoou Trip On Wednesday- l.nveß Norfolk, (Win Joliii
st„i.-s whiirl, f..i iliiinpli.il «I b'._o-.-10, ka. in. uud I p.'ni.;
and leaves Mj-ers' tvli.u■'. Poruuionth at Mf a. m. Ite
tuinliiK b',n.,s ll.uiipb.i. ut I n.nl.liudllp. Ul.
iitlgl**—ll .
I TLANTIC CO ABT MAIL
STEAMSHIP LINE
FI) R N E W YORK!
THE NEW AND FIRST CLASS SIDE-WHEEL
STEAMSHIPS
HATTERAS, ______ Lewis Parish,
and tbe
ALBEMARLE, ('apt. Boaunk,
Will leave Dickson's W__rf for New York n. tbllows-
II -TTERAB- Bvi'.y WEDNESDAY atl2 M.
ALIIEMAHiLIi— Every SUNDAY ut.fi A. M.
Rcliirtilug, Inn Tier No. .lib North River,at. 12M. every
WFIPNESDAY and SATURDAY.
" ...r Freight or Passage, liiiviligeleg.-ilit accommodiltionß,
~,,,,1, to _. C.. ELLIOTT, It Dickson's Hbtirf,
_..,-„ J. M. RES-HAW, Bells Wharf.
Ageiils in New York, Messrs. LIVINUSTON, FOX A
Co.. vi Broadway. _________
TM PORTA NT TO TRAVELLERS
THE OLD AND ESTABLISHED
BALTIMORE (STEAM PACKET CO.,
Sii well __ftd lil (wTOlul-lv known to tho I'u.i.iy an t-hu
M. N. FALLS' LINE,
Are now ■____■■ their Favorite Sleamers
LOUISIANA,
CAPT. II Pll. W. II U.S. LL;
ADELAIDE,
CAPT. JAMBS CANNON;
QEORG E A N A ,
CAPT. P. PIARSON.
They save the llnve'rnment Wharf, Norfolk, d.-tily at
ay. o'clock, and Hi. li slreet Wharf, . i.rtainontli, ot 4
o'clock, P. it,fbr Baltimore, touching at Old Poinl.
These Sleamers carry thl U. S. Mill und tibiiiis; K_pr«_l
Ficiaht, and for treiiriit and passenger nt c<>iiinio.l;itio-,i_,
ore uiiaurpaifled.
- Passengers taking these Steamers arrive in Baltlmi.ro in
timo to connect wilh the early trains to Washington and
all points North and West.
Through tickets can bo procured on these Steamers for
Washington, Philadelphia, New York, and all points
North and West.
Baggage cheeked to all points free nf charge, and spo
cinl attention Riven to their delivery.
These Steamers run in rnniii'Hioii with the ci-b-br.ited
Steamers THOMAS COLLYER and M. MARTIN, or Iho
Norfolk nn.l Richmond Line.
Any iiibulliiitiolt deviled will be cheerfully given by the
Clerk, of tbe Steamers or on application to ihe attic, of
the Company in Norfolk,
aa- 110 sura to iiuiiilro for the FALLS' LINE.
THOS. 11. WEBB, Agent,
anglu—tf Norfolk, Va.
TO TRAVELLERS.
Till NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS
11. MARTIN,
CAPT. OBOWIE M. LIVINUSTON,
AND
THOMAS COLLYER,
CAPT. P. Mrt'ARKICK,
CARRYING THK V. S. MAIL AND ADAMS,
EXPRESS FREIGHT.
Them, Sb-iiniers will leave llie Uoveriiincnt Wharf, Nor
folk, d.tily,on net alter .Monday, Sept lMh.utoto,. 'clock,
A. M., lor Richmond, touching at Portsmouth, Old Point,
City Point,,iu.l tin, different landings ou James Kiier. ~
No expense fi.is been spared iullttingout these steam
ers expressly for day tralebTS.
They have large, op.-n, airy submits, from which all ob
jects of interest along the r.-tite may l.c seen.
Travellers taking wan Steomens will arrive in Rich
mond nt a iiliich .-arli..r hour than by any other line, as
tlieir Hpooil is unsiirp.i.-stsl.
Till-ollgh Tickets can be procured on these Steamers to
Petersburg, Lynchburg and Danville, and connect with
tbe train! running West und South.
These Steam,-rs aro under tin. Superintendence of Col. i
M. N. Fulls, and run lv connection with the Baltimore
Steam Packet Company'! steamers.
Their Tables aro supplied with all the Delicacies of the
markets.
Iff lie suro to Inquire for tho FALLS LINE.
For fro Mit or passage apply to tho Clerk of the
Steamers, or to ' -"OfcllJ^
anglO-tf -»K™t, Norfolk, Ta.
riVHE NEW LINE STEAMERS
] FROM
NORFOLK TO FORT MONROE, BALTIMORE, RICH
' MOND, MATTHEWS COUNTY AND CHERRYSTONE,
cvanvi-o Ttir. orbat
HARNDEyS KA-PRESS.
The following first Class, Side-Wheel Steamers, with
unsurpassed uoeuinmtsbtions, namely :
GEORGE LEAKY, Cai-t. I.i.akeman,
i JAS. T. BRADY, Cai-t. Landis,
I.cvo for Itallhnore. DAILY, ul SW o'clock, P. M . arriv
ing in lime It. <-..in..-.-t with nil the eurlv I rains.
CITY POINT, Capt. Talbot,
MAGENTA, Capt. Baulsir,
1,-ave for liicbniond, DAILY, ll li o'clock, A. M. State
1b,..,,, fun.isbetl FREE of I'll A Ulli;.
MATTANO, CAPT. Hit ks,
Leaves f.n Clurrystoiit,, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY
and SATURDAY, and I'orMatlmws, Yorktown and
lilouerster every MONDAY. Vi EDNES
DAY und FRIDAY,at l.'v oel'k,
A. M.,touching at Porta
mouth, going and
returning,
connecting at Old Point with the New Lino Steamer, tc
to and from Baltimore.
Theflo Steamcra all leave from New Liuo Wharf, foot of
Roaiittka and Miuket S.pluro.
Through tickets sold tor Philadelphia, New York, aad
nil llie priucipal cities Went. Passengers anil baggagi
taken from boat to cars free of charge.
The St.iniers all touch at FORT MONROE, and con
nwot witb each other, goiug and returning.
For any luformatiou regarding Freight or PlfY>je, ot
Msunug State lit ."ins iv advance, apply attbn race oi
. ■ * w_ut II V. Tq__>ElNß
sep9— tf Agent,
'i
\_l MKIIINIA.-A few desirable ROOMS tv LET iv tin*
OCEAN HOUSE, to Families or BinglsOntloinen, l.y th*. I
u.oiitli. 1.. REYNOLDS,
sopl4—et No. 16 Hi.nui.ku »t., Norfolk,- Va.
Day Hook nn.l 01.l nonunion c.,]iv.
A REMEDY VOX, lIIUH RENTS.
577 lIUILDING LOTS For. BALE
Will) Will BUILD THK Rin HOUSE IN
. puin ay 11 ln f
Tin, niiilcrsi.itii.il, baviug purchased n SHAW I'A IIM
n.ar tho ninth en .of Church strict, snd Inl.l th, stun.
! on" into streets, nntl sqimrtw awl lots, , ficrs tho slums M
. sale, in s.|iia,es, us follows:
4 squalen, 7 Acres, Bin-in. _l_ hnil un. luts.
8 s,|tiari-8, H Acres, in iking le.tn.itll.ling lots.
II B.ni.ircs, 'J Acres, making lot) building lols.
10 s.|iliiri>B, 1_ Acres,milking 17W building lots.
No less portion thnu out, Bf tlio ahoyi* tlivisions of 4, ft
0 or 10 squares, will ho MM at one Hut.,, nn.l it Is prefer
re.l to Bell tlio whole !_i B.|Utll't<s to one parly.
This i.-ticl Ib only 701 fe.-t from tin. pavement on
Church street, nnd Is well .suit.- for l.uililitiir**, nml ttmtt
an opiiortiintly for investinn 'hut will never .«-. in I
again In thli vicinity, It being the most WltlMl site, I
■-ii.], ii fuct, tin. only BVHiliil.l.* olln, for v new t..wn, or l I
city evteli-lon in the vicinity of Norfolk ; mil il ev.-iy I
lut hail a, house on It, Ihey could all he rent.'tl inn.n .11 I
Att-ly. I
Plats of tho 1.-in.l will hnsint to applicants an,l <x_.il, I
Iteil at No. 2_ Wide-Water struct.
Ifnnt sold, will bo withdrawn from i.ifti k.t, In ,1.1 j
form, after thirty ilays. DAVID DEY- 1
mm"- Chicago "Timei" copy twice a week two weeks
and mid bill to " Norfolk Poßt." seplß—tf
TtfEW BOTTLING ESTABLISII
i/xl MF.NT.—The undersigned riwpnctlully informs t1...
K.-eporß l.f Restaurants, and the public generally, that
they luive entered into a co-partnership to carry on the I
l.usil-.ess of Iwltliug thec_..dcest Ales and Porter, al No. I
a. Market Bipiaro, Norfolk, and corner of Urace ami -Oth I
atresia, Richiuund, Virginia. 1
Onr atock is selected with care from _rs-_liu*s Nt.rll.em 1
Brewers, and from our long oxperienco in New V..rk, In
tin, Dottlillg business, are .-illiil.ut tlfat we H_ Buppß
the public and the Irado generally, wilh a l.cller and
chi*u|»er arll.lt. than any other hoiiao in town, lie arc
llu- first parlies in tliu IniAincSH, mid we art. sollinu ffotl
flfteon to twenty per cent, lower Until Johl.ors, win, .'"i V
it, ply bottlers North a large profit.
We would iv to parties, Infers purchasing elsewhere.
t_ give us a call, uud try a bottle ol our sparkling hever
,._.'»•
Ifo would a 1... state that VI srtiil coutiuuo to nial.illar
lilieoui far-falut-tl .odaitiid ,-.i._.i,,;.i tll.r Wales, bu utii
vt-i-iilly appreciated by our i.li.>w-citi/.ens.
Hiclm-I prices paid for empty bottles.
'E. VAN IF,
BoplS—tf il. CLARK.
■ W'AITKII U. TAVIoB, A-U_BII _.J_U_fl_
TAYLOR, MARTIN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN.
Hardware, Cutler//, Iron, Steel, Wagon
Material, Tin Ware, &c,
NO. 17 EAST ..IDE MAH'vET -AiU.-RKj.NO-IFOI.K. VA.
Noßi«.i.K, Va, .Ssptemi"M- It., I l **''"-
Having 11111 l IIMUI lie enm*. Hit ..I* ... M___r*. TiitUm
-1 son A illvans, we respcctlull.v noiit.v one .'rii'ini. tlinl tee
.in-reiidv toilll til irorJ.-rS in em line, and, wo shall l.c
pleased to s.-e Ihetuat No. li Ka.-l. side sbirLel.Fqu.ire.
As our Slock has been *..* law a_ witli lynSil refBWMK
I tv the wi mis oi tbe Virginia uuii North l__nili_l Hade.
I wulHipu to bo able to meet Ibl wants nt all who honor us
I wilh their custoui, and sli.til einleav.l In «in uulYei-ll
__li_l_ctioli. lAVLiill. MAl'.liN *v CO.
We tnko plittini- lin -ocomnieii'linc; onr iscccieon,
TAYLOR, MARTIN _ CO., lo lln* tl'a'l... and .1! unr
I frit -nils will find iheni capable, in. .g.ti.-, prompt and
reliable. DICKINSON A ELVANS.
sepl.—tf ________
Tj. BAN OIS GOT TilJi Ji G i It,
NO if. FAST MAIN «R__T,
Keep constantly on hand a tall supply of
YANKEE NOTIONS,
.... l.i'iii' a
i, X -I II A l, A rSBORTM liNT OF
PANCY GOODS, HATS & CAPS,
And other articles, too numerous to mention.
f CHEAP FOR CASH.
I The attention of Country Merchants is rcspcrlt-illv in
vited to OUTselect _lock and they will find our inilu'-c
--uieiits always to their interest, liive ns a call, anil exam
mc tor yourselves. s.-p!B—tf
rrAYLOR, ZEKRLEI)ER & COi,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
j AND
SHIP-BROKERS;
i TOP ACC O WA BEH <) USE,
ON TOWN POINT, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
-ONSIONMEKTS _of._-._II.
Xl&- We are prepared to store and forward Merchandise
ul all .l.sciiptiollß. Mspl"—tl"
SAVINGS BANK ¥O 11
FREEDMEN.
TIIE NATIONAL FREEDMENS
SAVISOS AsND TRUST COMTANr
(Chartered by Congress, March, CM),
FOR THE BENEFIT OF I REE-MEM ANU THEIR
DESCENDENT-.
Denosilß received of Ouo Dollar and upwards, und In
t'-reat allowed on all sinus of Five Hollars Mid upwards,
Tho Principal Offlce of this Company is nt f>7 Cedar
Btreet, New York city, and their Brooch OlUr.l are lo
cated in the principal elites of the South.
OFIiCF.Ha AT NEW TORI:
WM. A. BOOTH, President,
} MAHI.ON T. HEWITT, ) vi.-a-Pl-.-l.lints
'•.AI.TF.R B. liKIFHTIIJ >lv , "- ,ml " B '
luv. .1. W. Al.VOrtll. U..rrc,.|..iii.liiig Secretary,
WAI.TEK T. HATCH, Bwtlllying S.ir.ta.v.
Circulars, giviug full infoiluatiou, sent free to nny ad
dress.
THE NORFOLK, Vlltlll.MA BRANCH IS LOCATED
AT NO. 6 FREEMASON STREET. «
MM Hours—lo, A. M., to 1-, M, ou TUESITAV
THURSDAY and SATURDAY.
11. C. PERCY,
Hitplo— tf Acting Cashier r,.r Ihe Company.
IJHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY
FOR SALE.
We offer for sale, at « great himlll, a first-clam
PIIOTOORAI'IIIC OALLKRY, with all the Fixtures com
plete und now in full operation, situated on Main Btreet.
A snicntlld clißlice for those iv the business to double
their money. For further particulars apply to
i ' FOLUKK, CAUTWRIOHT - CO.,
Beplß-tf _ No. 22 Wide-WV *r street.
COM PAN Y.
-OFFICF. NO. ft CHURCH STREET,
I___UT_l Bli'IUIO.)
HIT MONEY.aii.l VALUABLE,, forwarded with
P despatch to all parts of the Unite! SUtc«.
i, DRAFT?, Ac, collected, ami prompt return!
M call In any part of Norfolk and Portsmouth
Bta Ie f,.rwiir.l.-.l: and will deliver without extra
■ill _oisls Hint arrive l.y Express,
si going Norlh doses at -_.30 r. -.-going South,
if J 11. RItINEY, Agent.
O T~T C E .
order of the DIIIECTOKS of the EXCIIANHK
utile (M viniilNM. on the JSth insUiit, a Reneral
M ,L,,f .lieST.'k'KIIOLDERSof tin, said Bank will
KeM K aU_e e BANKIN«.HOt-*.E, Norfolk.".WKliSES;
DAY. OCTOBER (Uth) Hh\T. Q. W. MB,
aug'-sj—TuTAStd _______
NICHOLS & CO.,
WHOLIB.UI ASI> "»»"• "l-.1-ll'l "«
I OROCSRIES.
CROCKERY mb __ __
I tiI.ASSWARIS
—ALSO-
I ASSORTED WINEH AND LIQUORS
17 BMt Main ltre*«. Msrkit Bq-uvr*.
1.21 NorWk.V*
WEDNFSDAY,SEI'TK.MMKI.-o,lH<i.'..
LATEST EURO-EAN MEW--
THE EENIANS.
T ANT FROM IRKI.AND— TIIE HALL OPENEI
BETWEEN THE FFNIANS AND TIIE GOVERN
Mi \'.— FOUR COINTIKS PISiil'LA IMI.D.
Priviili! advtcei received in New York
through special channels from Diililiii
I.ring the news that on tbe 6tli Itwton
Mi.- itiitisii Lord Lieutenant In Dublin
iiuil " proclaimed " four Fenian conn
lies, Tipperary, Limerick, Cork ant
Kerry. Tlii'se are tbe counties where i
is understood the Fenians ;tiv mos
powerful—fsoiiK' fifty thousand of them
It is asserted, being sworn "aoldiera o
tin* Irish republic " in one county alone
Cbe intelligence ..'.-ins to lio <>( tin
iiioMt viiiii moment to the ETenbuia, a
" proclaiming" a county uuder tbe
I'arliaineiit statutes ainoiiiils In a species
Of martial law. Under tin- " Anns act,"
"react; Preservation act" ami Others,
the Lord Lieutenant has power, in grave
contingencies, to thus p_oc_a.ni a dto
trict or even the wliole ofthe etuniti'y,
aw. Hie terms of the proclamation may |
.be such M to empower the sei/.ure of]
a-n, search of suspected premises, and i
even the arrest of all supposed leader*
or members of obnoxious ordera. II
i may also forbid persons being out after 1
a certain hoar at night, nn.l, in effect, I
institute martial law and the rule ofthe |
curfew to all practical purposes.
If, as the (.overturn nt part.sa.lß claim, !
knowledge of all their leaders and gecreta I
is had in the castle, the Fetußil Order
may now be thoroughly decapitated, an
was that of Hie " United Irisliuieii'' in
.'!)8. Or, in ease of tlieir feeling power
ful enough to coninionee operations, ar
rests would be resisted, nntl Uie long
talked of revolutionary fires be actually
set blazing through the Island before
October dawns upon it.
The Fenians, however, claim that this
contingency was taken into tlieir calcu
lations ub initio, that they have no pa-
Ipei's, like the '9H men, to be seized, that
Ihe brethren in Ireland for the past six
months have been actually tinning fault
with the Irish American order for nol
making better haste in forwarding tin
stipulated supplies, and flint the Irish
haste and Awef-OWi deffbentt-on have
lor some time been fusing anil elli'ding
mutual modifications, all of which,
they say, buds Ireland, even to-day, il
driven, oerfeclly prepared "to strike
the Mow."
| From tin. Dul.liu cm.-l-pi.l.ili.n.-e DnMi.i Po-t, - npt. 1
The Fenians a.'c vigilantly watehe.l,
and there are nunier.'.us traitors to then
cause in their own boo'v* Some precau
tious have been taken.'si'fiu.ieiiltonioet
the case at present, and Uoveinment un
fully alive to the necessity of crushing
the movement by the strong bund, ii
necessary. This fatter remark in-di r
me to give a report that is captiously iv-
P-hted iv official circles in this city* Ij
13 to the cilcot lliuvfc, (it it I'riv.v- fni'iv'-''
iii-1.1 in Ihe t.'astle during the ;<'' *i
Steps Wirt: tnf.rii It) proi'.laiin t.-i rlaiil *"'"
Iti a unit'towns Wider Iho "Crime Pi'i
vinliim (In land) (iff." Depots of iirnis,
il is alleged, are stored in these ; tho po
lice have their eyes upon the depots,
and when the proper moment arrives,
the town will be proclaimed under the
"Crime Prevention act," and the local
heads of the movement and their mili
tary supplies seized. If' I were: In nu a-
Hurt, the iirtine of onr of the oittet when
it is sold onus urc stored, it would star
lit the jiuhlic.
The English press is somewhat stnr
tled by the developments made, but at
tempts to treat the subject m "ItI- indil.er
ence, and to keep a'stitl' upper lip. The
Sheffield Tilct/raph says the central or
ganizations of the conspiracy are in
Liverpool and Lancashire,, England.
It thinks the movement absurd and im
practicable, and alludes to it as having
taken its rise among Irish residents Of
America, and that it was theses trans
planted in the soil of Ireland, where if
has now taken root, and is nourishing
too fast, for comfort, ami assuming nn-
Uue dimensions.
The Limerick C/iroitiflf, under the
caption of "a hint from America,"
says:
\Ve have seen a letter written by a
Fenian in Jersey City, dated in August
last, tv his relalfves In this city, in which
he writes:—" You will soon have
America at borne—for Ireland is goi__
to he freed by America, and thai In fare
four mamtka iind perhaps see BM iv
Ireland once more, as the steamers are
preparing here for the old country."
The following suggestive advertise
ment appeared iv the Dublin -___,
\ , * d from the Ni iioyli Guardian :
• .;.';ns! Oi-ns !! Guns !!! . nun
muiiu factnrcr, begs to Inform the public
j that in. consequence of the withdrawal
! of the proclamation piacinff TtpperarM
under t.'ic Crime and Outrage Aft, and
every man being now at liberty to carry
arms, lie, in unlieipai ion of an increased
dem-.tid, has ordered a large supply ot
guns and pistols, which be will nell at
the very lowest prices. Powder, shot,
wadding, caps ami every article in tbe
trade, always on ____."
In regard to which a writer, who signs
______ *elf a Justice of the Peace of more
than twenty-years standing in that lo- .
cality, says:
Air* .ady the mate population, from the j
man i>f sixty summers to the youth of I
twelv.3 or fourteen years of age, may be I
seen perambulating the county, each I
armed with some weapon of destruc
tion, to the no little astonishment of all
peaceful' inhabitants of this county, ar.'d
of none more than your present corruh-
A -iiK-_i.s; Come Home to Roost.—
The New York Ereniny Post quotsesthe
following extract from a leader of Thr
PForic.u_.ttte Baltimore nomination of
Lincoln, and Johnson last year :
The i inly merit we can discover in tliis 1
Baltim.ore* ticket is the merit of co usis-1
tency ■; it is all of a pieoe ; the tail does I
not shame the bead, nor the head si mine |
the till. A rail-splitting buffoon a ml a
boor'.sh tailor, both from the backwi »ods,
both growing up in onooutb ignora nee,
they -would afford a grotesque sul >jeet
tor a satiric poet, who might celeb rate
thorn insuch strains as Dean Swift bee- I
towed on Whlstou and Ditton, or A ris
[ • i.|.h.ii,.. on that servile demagog -j.., I
ETho End of the World.
1878 TIIE LAST YEAR.
A British army officer-Capt. W. A.
iker, of the Royal Bombay Engineers
has at. last last settled an ofteli-ths
ited date—the venr in which the world
ill come to an end. In a work just
£iililisheil in England, entitled "The
lav and the Hour; or Notes on 1 r..
--iihi'.-v; a sketch of the Future, extract -
ed from the Bible," he imparts a e.ui-
Ilerable amount of lnformepon wiucii
certainly " important if true." Ihe
v of ludgment, he tells us, is fixed tor
ptember 20th, 1 «-.s; the hour, sunset;
c Translation of the Saints having
I'vi.iusly taken place, at one o'clock in
,• morning of tlio __-">tli of January,
[f Captain Baker oonflned himaelf U>
is point, he would only tantalize Ins
ulers. Bui he is to kind-hearted tor
at He - ; - c. i j foil pertloularß of tbe
ry remai, it. wl ieli will hap
n iv the next thirteen years, as w
seen in the following table of "events
conieotl'," to use a sporting phrase:
Dee., IHOT. Seeoml expedition to [inly,
;7. pay of humiliation, 9th October,
tl. Retirement of Queen Victoria,
B Prince of Wales made Prince Be-
April, 1868. msanpenninwi of King
•orgeof Greece. Austria seises Greece,
d eats up two minor German stales,
issia seizes on Turkey; all occurring
ohahly in 1888 and 1870.
Aug., 1871. Russia and Austria eoni
iii' to make war on France, October
, isvi. The Emperor of Austria dies
unit the end of IS7I. Russia seizes on
roece,and makes the new Emperor
s dependent. Napoleon signs BOVe
mt (perhaps) with the Jews, October
~ 1671. The Emperor of Russia is
killed iii Palestine, on the Held of battle,
June 8, 187:.', ami Napoleon becomes su
preme monarch, all the kingdoms of ths
old Roman Earth falling to blm (except
Britain) before tho end of ihisM. Pee-1
tllenoe in fUmie begins Dsoemlier. 1878,1
or January, 1874, followed Ly (amine. 1
\ D»O., 1784. Resurrection of the Just, I
I exactly at 181)0-1 M, Oth December, 1784. |
I Fall of Rome and a ureal part of Italy, I
1 between December 0, 1784, ami January
ItS 1786. Translation of saints at about
t 1 A.M. of the night ofthe M&h-tttb ol
I .laiuiai'V. Restoration of the Jews to
. Jerusalem, March 10, 1785. Antichrist
, also appears: and is fully revealed, April
..th, raw; The two witnesses appear,
April id, 1876.
April. 1874, Paris taken June 20th or
September 1,1878. Eel ipse ofthe sun,
July 29; shooting stars, l.'illi to -'Ith Au
irus't. .-'earful storms Hie Inst week of
Aogust, causing greet sleknesa In Anii
elirist's iiriiiy iv I'ah-siiiie. Sign of tin
s.in ~r Mini appears about Sept. I.—
I'lir'mt appear* descending on Mount
uliveUiti sunset on Sept, _o, 1878.
NAPOLEON 111. TUB ANTK'II HIST.
The author continues :
The 3-1 June, 1872, then, will see Louis
Nap-,,, "ii almost supreme In the Roman !
world, in the Eastern division, Greco
Turkey, Syria, Egypt, end the conquer
t*d siiiies now belonging to Eastern Au
iria, wiil probably form the live tribu
tary kingdoms represented by the flvi
foes on oiie oi'the feet of Nebuohadnez
Ziii-'s image. 14.V that date the Rliiiv
provinces, will tie Ceded to him. Bava
ii ; , with the Austrian possessions in the
Tv'rf.l, will be tributary to him • Vein
till wili he his ; and before hois revealed
us Aiill-tlM'isl, .'pain, Portugal an..
Italy, and perhaps Belgium also, will
acknowledge him aa their Suzerain.--
Tim western division of the Roman Em-1
Ipire being also divided into live king-1
Soms, probably France. Spain, Italy, j
Bavaria and Belgium, to agree with the
live toes on the other foot of the Image.
In this case the two kingdoms of Spain
ami Portugal will necessarily (raceme
one but this is a point we may well
leave to the future ; we know that there
will be live, and only Jive, kingdoms In
the western division ; what the bound
ary lines of each will be is immaterial.
We muei now leave Louis Napoleon
to settle these boundarteo according to
His own liking, whilst we turn our at
tention to three .-'lost Important events
which occur in .plick succession alter J
the power of Napoleon is consolidated, j
but before bis appearance as Antichrist.
These events are: let, The resurrection
of the ju.t immediately on the expira
tion ofthe six thousand years of the
world. Ssd. The destruction ~f Rome, j
3d, The translation of the saints.
According to my chronology, the six I
thousand years of the world ".jure on I
the 6th December, 1874; the resumc-.r
tion, then ■' ■ '!"• de d ] »&,, w » r
take place .... . ial day. - -hall noi j.
see this resurrection, and therefore -
shall never know in this hi wlietnei .
SUCh Is precisely the ease or if... we
know, however, that there will be two
|
is in j' opinion of th. .onto ol St. ''"»'• |
# * * *.
If usome bold, the living shall co- ,
tuilivsee the resiirreetion of tlio just, ;
w.'-imll then have positive pi 001. Id..
not think we obeli <i" sp, end therefore I
I do not enpect my opinion can ever be
.roved right, nor can .t ever he proved
s_ong. 1 merely slate my behet that
the "dead in Christ" will rise before
daylight <oi the Bth December, 1874.
Daniel says, "Blessed is he that wait
etha'id eoi'neth tothe thousand three!
hundred and live and thirty days." My
explanation of this verse, ou Iheyear
il'iv principle, has already been given;
l.ul like the other dates, it must, on the
literal-day principle, be calculated back
from the _otb September, 1878, and we
come tothe evening of the -ltli Janu
{U'v, 1875. On the night ofthe __4th-25th
Xanuary, 1875, probably some little time
dawn ("Jerusalem time.), will take place
the translation of the saints. I say be
fore dawn because I believe that the re
surrection of the dead and the transla
tion of the saints will occur at the same
Iliour as Christ's resurrection, and lie
cause we are told that this first step of I
Christ's coining will be as a thief in tic
night, anil tliat it was at midnight that
tho cry arose, "Behold, the Bridegroom
. conieth," and lie appears to have com"
j .somewhere between midnight aim o'Ai I
light* . ..., , M m 1
As I do not believe in a
I rectlon, so Ido not belt-ve in cv i
translation. The
\Uh at one moment am uH' ; 1 (U ,. u1 ', 1 . 1V( .
the twinkling of an cv <-. .- t not ,„. r
risen. One of us shall *»\>*»s slecp |
I left; and >"f"^XA'ousness of the
on in IH-rtect vi W" ■ , re , at i ol ,s
ilLappetirane.' of tm ,„.
aud Mnnds. d ,^ rct ,iveiii amoment that
watching, and |>- r Buadenly VW ii»h
onooftberi'arj> in ,„,„,,„.
l^betrauSn y will •« %T
--_*£?l*unknown. In the other hem-
"V.iieWf however, this great spiutuuj
T'l-Jl. 1 M-FRFOI TT lificiT.
if«V n the >*est term* to AfTfclnJj|,»nl \\t fritm wl'.
always crrespend with thlflr.Crjl iW»_rli»ii,j
o.her cities.
QTt _■_• or less will IJMMIII- ••fUM
. aii:g-.n..*.-rti.u. |,crs.|.«|ONß DOLUS Willi*.
__Brf.Hl, HU for nch »uUuyait>l'.. ■■■-•Jt■••li Ifntl
FIVE CENT .
Merrhalits, AiKli'li* els tmt all t.lli-r_ •*',.. a.lvtrli,
regularly. ,iti'l.«cU|.y one foil 11, of I •-■■ tim, •• .~, .ran
make spe. nil I* t „,s. and will receive a liberal Mai th ..
I!iisin.-sr.!..ls, rivi noLisViaper uionlh ..-i /iftt mil
, IBS per .cr.
All trans,, ill ...lvertisenieiils ],a.,if.''. in a.lvftncs—all
Mi-rs niontbly.
sign of tlio Smi of Man nmy lis iihmv
openly manifested ; for there, two ahall
lie in tho flchl, two women shall bo
grinding »t tlio mill, snd one shall be a
taken »nd the other left. They will not,
however, see any ascension, they -will
only Bee the sudden disappearance of .he
body ; end since it will be mlddey thru
in tne centre of tbe Pacific Ocean, very
(lew of the dwellers on earth wulin
anything—those few being chiefly reel
iloiit in New Zealand and Australia.
THK ENGLISH TO CAPTURE lv\ lfl».
The instruments In God's hand for
the destruction of I'oris appear xn be the
English, the only nation which shall
get the victory over the beast; for '"I'lu*
shield of his mighty men Is made rod,
the valiant men are in scarlet." The
taking of Paris is foreHhadowed thus:
"Thechariot (guns) shell i»- witbflam-
Ig torches (port-flree) lv the days! ~,'»
•eparatlon, and the __r-tr.es (axlesof
c gun-carriages, shall be terribly
taken. Theonariotß shail rage in the
reels, they shall jowl I.- one against en,-h
ber In the broad ways (boulevards):
i>y shall .--ti'iii like torches, they shell
■ t Ilk- liglltuillg. ll'' shall r.vount
irthleS! they shall stlllnM. In tlieir
ilk they shall make haste to the wall
ereof, and the defence shell be n*B
retl. The gates of the
ened and the palace slielJ be dp*
I'AK'llt'fl.AliWol- Till: LAST DATS.
Elijah shall eolne, ami lie Will he ai.
mpenied by "thetprophet," themeo
senger spoken of in the *iil chupter ol
Malaehi, win, .-. prol-tibly Euoclij these
two will appear suddenly ; they will re
lireI ire all thiinrs in the 111111.1- ..J < niis
nsnlunged in Brief nt the latetnn,-
itill ; they will !.'!! 11 ul ''" '" l W ''
[•ir presence will cheer as, ami their
wer oi' working miracles will protect
in our unequal struggle with Ani.i
rist. insane men will attempt to kill
em, ttinl will UiuuiH-lveS fall deed at 11
iril, until just before the end they..be
a the only two in I'lisi gdnerations
ho have never died, will be killetl by
ntlchrlst in Jerusalem, for it is appoln
.l unto men once to die. Tills w ill be
probably ,>n the evening ol the l*Hh ol
September, 1879. Their dead boiHea will
lie unhiirietl in the str_at till tbe mom-
Insofthe 17th of BepbJiuber, whittle
spirit of lite I'min (Jot] •11 enter into
them; they shall Stand i. . their feet,
ami, In obedience to thegrem voioe from
heaven, Baying. "I lome up hither," they
will ascent, to heavenin a cloud, in the
sight of their enemies, who shall be in
great fear.
These lost twelve hundred and sixty
I ays of this life will he the mn-.i mteera
le that the world has evqr -, .11. l're
iovs to llieir i-oiiiirii.ne.'oiiiii there will
• wm'in heaven, Mlc_ael anil his an
il, lighting against the Dragon and
is angels, who vi-ill be driven down in
. tbe cartii, when c loud /oioe exclaims,
Woe to urn Inhabitants of the e.-nih
ml tin-,-ea! tor the devil Iscouiedown
nto you, having area! wrath, becautw
ie knuweth that he hath on-, a snort
lime." Then will the Dra *■••■ Lvo bis
power and bis seat and great ammo
to Antichrist, ivhowii. open his hioath
in blasphemy agalnsl God, to blfts
plieuiOfcHls name and His tabernacle.
md them that dwell in heaven) be will
nke war upon the saints ano ov« rtome
r.itfin, and I'll they thai dwell upon the
earth shall woMhipbim, whose name I
not written in the Book of Life 01 th.
Lamh slain tVotii the foundation Of tin;
World,
All this ..(fleer's nonsense Is actually
/irinteii in a hook ami published to the
uorlil as ereilible nml t<i be believed .
A Most HoBBIBI.R MritnLi..—Lieut.
Ueiiig ■ O. Henderson, Isl If. S. C. T., baa
leeii malting atom- through the AIM
marie counties, and reports the follow
ng horrible murder, which has never
icon ilia.le public. About, the Ist of
August, Mr. John Lyons, of Elizabeth
City, was passing the farm ot Mr. Win.
Law-liter, in Chowan comity, N. (.'.,
when he was murdered bi Laßsltor
aml a man named Miles Askey, under
tho following circumstances; It ssetua
that Lyons hail been in dispute with
Laadter oonoerning homo fbrnitero
which had been loft in Lassiter's pos
session, end Lyons bed made sumo
threats which Incensed bis murderer to
»UCh 'i degree, thai when he saw thw
out of Lyons pas. ~ ,' ", *'''<*, '.'li.j."""'; -
dlately started 111 pursuit, togt ..'-"" v
tbo men Askey, both armed. Previous
topanlng Lassiter's house, Lyons had
left his cart ami gone across hits t<> avoid
ii.- hostile otioountor, which he, seemed
ii baveepresentiment would take place.
--...in .liter rejoining his cart, Lassiter
,i. rtook him, ami oommenced shooting
it Lyons wilh a revolver. Tlie first
lint stru.-k Lyons in the wrist, who wns
n the net of drawing his own pistol,
completely iHsabiiog blm. Laaaitir
iieil four more shots, killing Lyons,ami
lien to lie sure that his victim ..as dead,
00k op tho head of Lyons by tiie hair,
mil Bred the. sixth'sin,l through his
irains. Lassiter boasts of his act, aud
say* that he can now die in peace ! A
Kung son ofthe knurdered men waa in
c cart, ami drove home with his
father's ileail hi.Jy. The polios of the.
Bounty are so Inspired with terror >.f
thla man Lassiter, that tbey dare not
attempt his arrest, and he is still at
large.— Ne a'yrnlN. <'■ 1 Tiuu fc_
I'AKIIONS III! ANlf.l'.—Till* follOWtpg
persons from Virginia and North Caror
Una were pardoned by the Prealdejit
Vh mrgin\a.--Johi, W. vVanrtetjCoiWß
Warwick, W. T. Walker, Charles TW
l«,t, James Talbot, John E-%etf'
Janes Taylor, W. B. Btanard, Geoige
T Rust W. 1. Peters, W. B- Malory,
a:j.Keltey,B.-_. Lam»*r. v(""^ 1
rS^^TvK^wXnO.Caae.
iirciiui, 1 • Jo||il Doruion, ltobt.
Bark-dale, William
Bond. J. 8
..- "tl'i- ivteril. Davi,, L. 4. Cluab,
IT' 0110w.11.1-. H.
1 trnten B. M. Mcßecken, Joalah Maulfs
,i.- n \ 'w. Mebene. John T. Melmne,
U-' a Mehane, T. W. Nicholson, B. M.
B^rson,GeorgeD..Pool. William o.
•„,,i \M. Boon, D. L. Russell, w.H.
Wheeler, John P. 9tcl>onahh_
\. . 111-1 A NCEOF OTS EKAITSi* H I -
The following diepetch has been te
ceiveil at BnfOUO.ISeW York, troni len
eral Slocum:
-Vi.K«],r..., Alt-- - -
•Hon. D-'Otl Ri.-hMoiid UajfH I :
"Your dispatch announcinv my nom
ination by the New York Pfmoerutie
State Convention haa been n tved, a»sa
aeopv of Hie reeoluttons adopted by w
convention. Heartily endorsing tne
Bttorm, i ei.eerftilly accept the .iot>'
li. 11. I hope to be at homo before
1 close Of this moiith. *,

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