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No. 18 ROANOKU S4UAKE, NORFOLK, Va., and sold tv Dealers and News Boy. at THREK DOLLARS Pljlt HUNDRKD cr »*ut to luUciibera by until at the rate of TEN DOLLSII.-i PER YEAR payable, In advance. Single copiea, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. R. lidents ill the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir- Bg Iho paper left regnlarly at tl.eir bouses or place* of I uiiuess, will bo served l.y a canier, by leaving llu- nam.' Dd address at the. counting, r.aun of the publication office. They will settle with the currisr weekly for the . sin v __JTRAVELER'S GUIDE. 6 T 1 O E . On and after the 2vith INSTANT, the Steam rs of tlte Baltimore Steam Packet Company, OLD BAY LINE, will leare tlte Co'iipaiij's Wharf nu East SS'ide-Watlr •treet, opposite tlie Atlaatifilrcin Worki, Daily.toi BALTIMorE, ill ' I ~ OLD POINT, CHEBRYiTONF, MATH KISS, GLOUCK.STKR and ' VnIIKTOSVN T. 11. Wt.lllt, Agent. Norfolk, Novi lul.er 28, IMi, noi2?--tf T MPORT AN TTO TRAVELLERS THE OLD AND KSTABLIHHED . BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO., Ciirryiiif-, Ihe UNI-TKIi STATK3 MAIL, and AliAMB' EXPRESS KREftJHT. go well mm, 10 favorably known to the Traveliuir Publl*; as tho M. N. FALLS' LINE, Are now Running vii.i cnuiiiio.liisUt cauiere, T H O M A S X i L S O , ctrT. geo. sv. RUSSELL ADELAIDE, CAPT. JAMES CANNON; Tin Till ISIAS KELSO uas built for, aud is lip, inh tlitpttd to, the Hay Koilte, and excels in the .pleii.lor SI heroiiltil any sleamer noti fdying these svulera. SI..- |» provided wilh Hoi and (old Baths, and esery inodeili convenience. I The ADELAIDE bus been recently rebuilt and refur niihed throughout. Her iicii.uiiiiodutioiia for travelers areola superior order. Sic Is.fo well known to the ■ traveling public, llni. fiiiilti*t'*aiß*i.nlis oiuin essary. Them' Steamers lettve Hie Government Wharf, Norfolk, Daily, at Ml r. M., und the Seaboard ». Ituaitoki. Riiilroa/I Wharf, Portsmouth a. I r. at. Passengers by Ibis Line Brilve in ilnliimore In time Iv ciiiiimct with the early trains to Washington and .til |,unit - Norlll and SVeat. Baggage chdlied to till pnlnts, and passengers aiSi Luggage conveyed to the depute free of charge. Ibe Kate, of Fare and Freight by this magnificent Line ol Steamers are an low «s by, nay oilier lino. Any Information seasred wil be crnerfally gfrea ly Ihje Clerka»r the Steniiien, Sir. D C. 11 all, Agent at Poi.i mutilh. or ot the office of the Company in Nor.idk. TIIOS. H. WEBB, Agent. Norfolk, Va. M. N. FALL!, President. Baltimore. nos"23— tf line or STEAMERS TO RICHMOND, ANB *in ISTIT.SEPIATE POINTS ON JAMES RtVEn. The steamers M. MARTIN, Capt. G. SV. LIVIKGSTON, CITY* OF RICHMOND, Cupt. SV. P. STfis-isiiAn, will leave the (loveriime.it SVbnrl, DAILY, until further notice, nt hall past six o'clock a. M. for Richmond eaU nil points on tho rjATstk - For trt ight or piissuge, apply to the Cuptniiri of tlje steamers. m I'i—lf : POR RIO DE JANEIRO. CALLING AT ST. THOMAS, PARA, PERNAMBUCO uniIBAHIA » United Statei and Bra; il Mail Steamship Company Atill tle-asHi rt-salarly, ON THE 2'jvrlt OF St LllY MONI'II, ANEW ANDFIIiS T-C LA Sb STEAMSHIP, To leavo at 3 o'clock, r. a., from Pier U Norlh River. till letters have to puss through the Poetofflcc. An experienced Surgeon still be iv attendance on o.trd. ' i Fur freight snd passage, having splendid acrc.miiio.ki ti,n«, apply to THOMAS ASCENCIO ,v CO., | octift-Sin No, 17 Broadway, New Toravj \ TLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE FOR NEW YORK! THE NEW AND FIRST CLASS SIDI'.-WUEBI. STEAMSHIPS HATTERAS AND ALBEMARLE. I.ejavi Norfolk for Nosy York ss tnllowi: HATTERAS, Capt'n Lf.svis Parish, Will leave Dickson's SVl.tirf c.v. ly IVEDNESDAY at I o'clocE, A M. ALBEMARLE, (apt. H. A. BotKNe, Will leave Dickinson's SVharf every SUNDAY at S o'clock. A. St. -, PAltS'llgers by thi-line will be only nne Light ut tap. Returning, these Ships IssTt X.-v Fort every WEDNESDAY an-l SATURDAY, at 12 m., from Pier Ko. 8D Korth Blait. These Ships have aupel'ior a.'cunimiidations lor passen gers and trcigbt. , , t . ~ Thn iiiidfisigued having been app.uiilcd Ag. ut for the above bin,- rcMeuMiill) (olic*. tin- faittiiiiiige ol lis friends and the public,assuring them that ho vsillns.. hi. halt ibblhi till 111 rlvi aattsfa. Una to his pairt.us, whnfi. Irom a lung cxpciieiice iv thll linsii.tss, he feels confident he call dv. Fur Freight or Passage, apply tomcat Dickann s SS linrl 1 S. C. ELLIOTT Agents in N..w S"t.ik, Slessrs. LIVINGSTON, KIN A CO., 11l Broadway. 0c.21-lf ■D OR PHILADELPHIA. RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM PACKET COMPANY—SEMI-WEEKLY. IUIB LINE IS Itgfllll OF till SWIFT, FIRST-CLAPS STEAMDES VIRGINIA, (CAPTAIN SNYDER.-) MAY' FLOWER, (CAPTAIN J. in.BIN SON;) CLAYMONT, (CAPTAIN E. ROBINSON:) Antl one of tbem will leave Hig-in*' SVlturl', Norfolk every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, forming ti ~ nn- SV'cekly bin" of Inst und reliable Steamers, with good BBBsSASBBjar ttccoinlnnilatiolis nml plenty of frfinlit r.iolii. For freltibt (svhich svill be taken ut low rales, or pul ing), ll apply •" TIIOS. P. CKOSVELL 4 CO., Agents, Hbrgin.' Wbtirf, ot No. i! Campbell*. Wharf, Norftill;, Va. ITS- One of these Steamers leaves Philadelphia SVl'dlNl'SllAY and SATURDAY for Norfolk. ft,i.,2G-tr BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COMPANY. STEAMER "EOLUS," NORFOLK AND PORTSsIoi'l'H TO FORT MONROE, rASTP'ILN SIIORJ-'., MATHESVS COUNTY, '■ ,. J . OCC-FSi'ER 'ani. vi'KiaossN. CARRYIXO THE UNITED STATES MAll The New nml Fast .-tamer "EOLLS, CBBtaln If. McCarbki.. svill ciuincnce her v.gnltir trips tn theabive named places on the Wl, SI'.I'I'KSIHKR. This Lteauier will leave the llnvcriitntnt SS narL Nor folk, D,ULY,Btli>i and Portnuo»th at . o clock, A. Mw, ' V " y MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY, fOrC \*KsDArTin'RSDAY AND SATURDAY, for Malltss.- anil (11..nn.stir cm.tics und Soil.t.iwn touching at 01.l Point, eointr and returniug on each trip Tnis StßSsuicr counccts Atilh tin* Baltimore Strati Pu-kct Compiiny'sSteaniers "LOUISIANA" and **ADE LAIDB" for Baltlniiire, and the Steiuucrs ' THOSIAI COLLYI'.K" and- CITY OK RICIISIONIi."" for Ci.y Pom and Richmond. Through tickets sold on Ibis S.eain.r tv Raltimort City Point, Richmond and her connection... This Steamer is .-specially adapted to the service n which she lias been engaged, being scry last (hutill, Binds the trip in \% hours less than any steamer in th route) ha ving Fine Accommodations.and is iint.il a- a •xtellentSeti Boat, and svill make Lcr trips regardless! tht** wl- itljt r For freight nr pnssaga, npfily to Hie clerk of the Steam •r oral th* Office of the Company. FAR E: Fare to Old Point ■;■■■• ;• ***■ Faro to Mathesyi, Gloucester, Yorktown and Cherrystone ■■■■■■ ■ E0 Faro from Cherrystone, MathcArs and Olouces ler countiesand Yorktown to Baltimore C 00 " Eichmond. 4 00 THSS H.WEBB, ieplo—tf . _f!_L RICHMOND. "with despatch, Schooner " KBDRON," Cnptiiu It. V Cnzler. For freight or passage, apply to CYRUS E. STAPLES. novS—if No. 20 Rowland's Wharf. TRAVELERS' tJUJTTjS. ■SaTbw 1 l me' steamers'! FOE OLD PttliiT AND. BALTIfIOBE, MHMM THE NATIONAL 1 AttbHARNDEN'S FXPRESS FREIGHT. The nnsi and .liy-.ni Steamers, GEO. LEART (Captain Blakeinanl, JAMES T. BRADY (Captain Landis), DICTATOR, (Capt. Miilliijan,) Leave Norfolk for Baltimwe, DAILY, (Sundays except ed, a. "J.;, o'clock, .*. a. Thi'i.iiijb Ti.-k. is. sold f„r all principal cities North uud SVc.-. Passengers nad baggage Irnusferred Iroui boat to ars tr.* of ehaii-e Fare lo lliili.ni.,.- ,|4 00 •' " " and'return 600 Tlie Superior Ac-cominotlations ottered Its the NE W LINE STEAMERS aro well known by the traveling public. '11.,- Steamers are all NEW, constructed with great regafd to speed, comfort and safety, and are nunuiaudeil by experienced, tuurteinis and attentive officers. Their superior speed enables tlieiu to make sure ruiiiiectious with all trains, thereby causing no delay al either end of the rents to travelers. The Fill',- lias been reduced l.y the general sollc'tatlou of the traveling puttie, to srhr-in we feel grateful ter their scry liberal patronage, which, ste trust, by a just coiusf, tv ctiiiliniie to merit. N. B. —Pasaruaeif, and baggage tian*ferred to and from Portsmouth free of charge. Lease Norfolk liuiu wharf loot of Roanoke and Market Squares. H V. TOMPKINS, oct27-tf Agent. PEOPLE'S LINE AND THE NTERIOR OF NORTH CAROLINA! C.UIHIi.NG THE UNITED STATES MAIL. The Only and Entirely Sew Route The Steamer* of this lm i will leave mail wharf. Norfolk for Newbern, on the arrival of ths boats from Baltimore on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Returning, will leave Newbern Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturdays, conoecliug witli railways for Goldsboroilgh, Raleigh, Weldon, Beaufort, Men-head' City and Wilming ton. The vailous lines of Railways are nearly all completed in .be St.ite,it'.fforth Curulinu, and passengers svill liave little nr no difficulty in reaching their destination on any of flu- lines of Railway. The boasß are of tit" first 'Ins,, end commanded by men of lAMfmn-.u-r. who will see ne pain, .pared to make pus scngerr. comfortable. Being entirely nn Inland Ronte. it will be f.-und far more pleasant than by a sea rente. !(-,'Freinbl taken nl Loss- Bates. For furthT information, npplv to ' SV. C. EDWARDS, Roanoke Island. N. 0. Geo. OLI--T. Newborn, N C. ly I—t f "j\fEW VOBK AVIV VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP COSIPANY, OLD LINE, Tin* New nml Elegant Side-Wbe.l Steamship, N I A G*A R A , OEOROr? W. COUCH, Ct.MMANDEH '- SVill leave Norfolk for New York every SVEDN V.iV AY. AT BA. U. Tin* New and Splendid Side-SVheel Steamship, SARATOGA, will be en the Line in a! out ten days J. M. SMITH k BROTHER, dec2—tf Agents, Town Point. NEWBERN, VIA CANAL. Until further notice, the s.ealner PIONEKR will isave the Philadelphia F leaiiiahin Company's wharf, at Norfolk, lm NESruER*', on FRIDAY OP EACH WEEK. Passengers by this line will not Miliar the inconve nience of transfer lo other vessels, hilt will be taken through tli.eel. For freight or passage, having superior accommoda tions, apply on beatS, or at ths Company's omci on Ihe wharf. Fare to Newbern. $10.00. Meals and Stale-Ro„nis extra. DAVID WILLIAMS, novlo-lni Proprietor. 1708 NEWBERN.— Independent linetif Steamers will iun between Norlolk, Roanoke Island and Nev.bein. tonching It all intermediate laßd- Inn -rnnnirrinn at Kesrhern svith Railroad tor all points la the interior of North Carolina. A Steamer will leave wharf foot of Ciiinmercu street every MONDAY. W KB NKSDAY und FRIDAY, on arrival of the Baltimore boats connecting svith the fine and Inst Steamer " TAMI NEND" Leciitird Muster. Returning, "i'AMINEND" will leave Ne-.vbern every MONDAY. WEDNEBDAV and FRIDAY ,on arrival of Western traini. For further par ticulars apply to C. E. STAPLES, sepoO—lf No. 13 Wide-SYater itrcct, Norfolk, A a. #-)- 01.1 Dominion copy. 170R EDENTON, PLYMOUTH * SVII.I.IAMSTC.V, AND ALL INTERMEDIATE I VNDIMIS. The fast Str. "JENNY UND" Ci.pl. J. C Snow.will run on Ihe above line in place id the Str. " CLARION,"' from vvhttif fuut of Cr.inmcrce Slreet. Freight taken at low ,a„„ No.l'lSYiilcSSutet itrect, o ct9-tf _____ ****** V * II A R N DE N E X P R ESS. OFFICE, NO. 6 ROANOKE SQUARE. SAFE, RELIABLE, COURTEOUS, PROMPT. Ovsingtu thcfiicilities offered us by the NEW LINE OF STEAMERS, | and our cuuncctiou with all the RELIABLE KXPRESS COMPANIES IN THE UNITED STATE EAST, SVEST, NORTH and SOUTH, We are prepared to forward FREIGHT, MONEY, uud VALUABLE PACKAGES, Ac ut lower raics than sver offered the public before. NOTES' DRAFTS and BILLS for COLLECTION made on ~1l itir,-i-tal.L- POIXS. and RETURNS PROMPTLY ''SHIPPERS in NORFOLK and PORTSMOUTH will nn.l il tv their udsuiilagu to give us a call before cß engine' Ihrir freight by any other Exprrw. J,i«L_lit .li livui.-d in I'truunouth without extra charge. For farther puitirulars apply at the Office, No. 6 Roanoks* I 8q "' 1 '" Express closes for the North 2.45 P. M. ..* « - South «.-» " ocfll-ll F. R. UILL, Agcut^ ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY.- OFFICB NO. 61 CHURCH STREET, (TntATKE BcILDINO.) FREIGHT MONEY.and VALUABLES forwarded with care and despatch tv nil parts of the United St itcs. HILLS, DRAFTS, *c, collected, uud prompt return! Our wngtuis call in nny part of Norfolk and Portsmouth for goods to be forts-nrdud: antl svill deliver without cxtrn charge all good, that arrive by Express. Hxpttm going North closes at 2.30 r. *.—going South, at 6 r. ■ i septe-tf .1. H. RIiINEY, Agent. XJ 7 "" 0 " tic ii , 'f'he Copartnerships lieretu'ur* oxisting bctwelh t..-.i':.- k I.SMil.l.i and RURRESS. ROGERS I LANGI.EY.have long since lieen dissolved by mutual consent and limitation. ' All pcrsi.iis to svlmin-w* may be indebted will call and 1 receive principal and interest. Those indebted to vi, sir b.„„i, note, or openaccount, will pJee.»o MU«n the Hq-J. ,iitiiti-l.irtner«»n4*etll-*. WM. B. ReoiKS, i ig r „ ,he office of N. A. Thompson A Co., ' li rcrnnr WateT and Ronnoke *treetß- a-,d ~ JNO. H. LANOL-^v !' Norfolk, Nov. p. 1805. . -°'_-__ I T"~M. SMITH A BROrHKR, "" V • COM MISSION MERC', A NTS, c " Agente for tho Sew Y'_k and Virginia r„ Steani'.hipe • "YAZOO" h'A\, "CREOLE." __ C OFFICE AT THEIR ***|_t WAREHOUSE.TOWN POINT Of tfir Liberal Ar'vANCrt. maul on ihipments to Ne» ork. ftU 31-tr j* h7 eg"a7r s i se g aTr 11 Just to hand, a largo Invoice of fine Havana Bad Dc mestlc SUGARS, which we offer at B small advaocl wholesale or retail. J. C. DAWSON * CO. Bepil—tf. No. 66 Main street, Norfolk. Sa QCOTt'll WHISKEY The beit in market, but at high prices—may be had J the •• TIP TOP " Wine and Liquor Store,, nnvlO—tf Under the Atlanta* Hotel iv. 1 AIBAL__TiNDIA BAGGING FO IU sal" b.w i. «i,»oconsignment. J.M. RKNSHAW, ; I Ball's Wtsarl * JUHHESS NOTICES. T M. SMITH & BROTHER, ' UKNKRAI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, TOWN POINT, Nobfoli, vs. J. MARSDEN SMITH. WM. H. SUITH^_ A TLANTK! HOT EL . A. G. NEVVTOn7pkopbietoS, NORFOLK, VA. Caiiiages alwayi in readme*, to carry |-asseugers to and from the hoati. The bar and table alwayi supplltsi with tlte choicest WINES of arery »irl*ty, n„.lt _~l aplritaoua LIQUORS. Je2l VIT ILLIAM NICHOLS & TcoT/ WBOUULI ABB BBIAIL IIIALKKS IN QROCERIES. STOVES, CBOCKKKY sun glassisark; -also- ASSORTED WINES AND LIQUORS 17 East Main street, Oppusila Market Square, Jejl Norfolk, Va n HE NNE B E BRY 4 CO.! * GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NORFOLK, V I R O IN I A , Mo. 35 Commerce Street —Sep. 12—«m«— Dsy Book and Old Doniiiioit copy. BALLARD HOUSE, ~ RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Prop-rietors. This magnificent and popular Hotel, j»ttsr undergoing thorough repairs arid a complete renovation, will ht» open ed this morning, Monday, litb August, for the accommo dation of boarders and the trari-lliuK public. Tlte I'll lard House is relebreted throughout the world an a hrM class Hotel, antl the principal one In Richmond, and llie present proprietors flatter themselves that they shall bu able to make v still nioiv antl .k-iir.ibic, as thc-y have spared no pains in renttiug and preparing it. for the nee of the public. [aug I*—tf TT P. WORCESTER *fe CO. 'GENERAL COMMISSION ess Forwarding' Merchants, NO. IB CAMPBELL SVHARF. lIEXFT P. WOBCBSTUI, C. lIITLBTOX L'Psntjß TONIGHT & JOHNSON^-~ WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PAPER AND PAPER __MANUFACTURERS' MATERIALS. A TTENTIONI — A TTENTIONI .' — A TTEXTION! I We aro constantly purchasing, for Cash— OLD BLANK HOOKS. It. R. RECEIPTS, BILLS. LETTERS, und NEWSPAPERS, For which we pay tho highest cash price. KNIGHT * JOHNSON, Nu. 21 South Charles street. augl2—tf Baltimore. O HERMAN BROTHERS ~&~C(X, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sol. 16 and 18, MOANOKK SQUABE, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. Agenti for Herring t Co.'a Champion Bin glar Proof Safe*, and Fairbanks I Co.'l Scale.. *, Bov2t*-tf w WM. NICHOLS A CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS BIALIRS IK CROCKERY', BROOMS AND WOODEN WARE, 20 am 22 boanoei sui'inr, Jo 21-tf NORFOLK, VA. T\UDL EY BEAN A (;0., WHOLESALE GROCERS, PRODUCE, ABB COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 49* Liberal advances made on all llcrchundue and Pro duce consigned. c mwrn -rtiTARSTON A MEEK'S "■ CLUB HOUSE, 46 BANK STREET. Where all patrons are furnished with erery delicacy tli? markets afford,cooked lo ordor,to suit the most fastidious Also a choice selection of ALES, WINES, LIQUOR AND CIGARS. Particular and personal attention is given tv the catering for this estaLushßießt by tne proprietors. Je 22-tf MARSTON I MEEK. rpAYLOR, ZEERLEDER A CO., general"commission me r chants ABB SHIP-BROKERS; TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, ON TOWN POINT, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. ICintiiNt. Solicited. ' *j- We arc prepared to itcrc nnd ferward IteehandMs of all descriptions. tstplS—tt W & ROBE RTS, !r\t.CTIONEERS~AND GENERAL COMMISSIOTaI MERCHANTS. Corner Wide-Water and Eoanoke Streets- Goods consigned sold to Hie best advantage, and liberal advances made. Particular attention given to the sale nt Real Estate, and renting of Dwelling Ileuses. Other sales of Dry Goods. Groceries. *c, will be pro perly advertised. All goods consigned will be sold promptly nnd returns made at once. * —lf ■OAIBD&ROP.E R SI Market Square, Norfolk, Va.. Wholesal" end Retail Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. WLNE3. LIUUOR'-. ALES, CIGARS, i.e. 1 Grcenoogh's Non-Explosive BURNING FLUID ' fcr.ali_ }**. ROANOKE HOUSE, ROANOICE SQUARE, Opposite Office of ths "Norfolk Pest," (Old Herald Building) : JOllfOir, VIRGINIA. THE BEST LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, &C, I Alivay* on hand, aad served in the beat style at tin ibrrt- I estßotici —— AN ELEGANT SNACK 1 wiU ho furnished from 11 to 1 o'clock daily, am 1 MEALS MBMrXD AT ALL HOURS. aoglC— tf JAMES JONES, Proprietor^ • TTIGH PRIsCED WINES ANI 11 LIQUORS. me present duties und tax on foreign and donirsli Wines and Liquurs, render it ImpuShiblu to afford gem ' me articles at low prices. Th. itock nt the "TIP TOP" Wine and Liquor Snn Ii bought withvut. regard to c.-st, If the quality i. tin anil sailed to th. taste* of the Nonullt people, svho bitA' the reputation of being good judge, of eatuig and driul L ' U i : heflneit BRANDY, I The fin.it SHERRY. w The lie . i WIUSKIEI .re .l'vavs to t* found, at a imnll itdvnnce. at Ote l are aitA.,. m __, _ 01 , „ 1 I Wine and Liquor Store, ' I noT -,o_tf Under the Atlantic Hotel, Middle Stor * TJTOTATOES, APPLES AN! V* ONI'JNS, 1 -*, . ™.»t T «. and forKdo low, to closo ccn.ie-nmei \ l&^Jz&iste" POTATOhS - I iMi Barrcll New York APPLES, ,L JTJSS. Ol ««> «" Yellow osToN?| I H. P. WORCESTER * CO., by So. 12 Campbell's Wharf. ,] BOVlß—tf J 55 ft !>» » » * **•* * E R s Vuitabix m -rniAPraa papee-fot -* rf. thi* n«ke. MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, lh(s. AN HOUR WITH NEWSPAPERS. THE JAMAICA REBELLION. Oin* late travelling companion nml speech making English friend, Sir Mor ion Peto, writes to the London Times ih vindication of tlie Baptists of Jamaica, against whom it lias been charged by thai Journal thai llicy had 1t,111.-1 .t.-il Ih.. outbreak of the blacks. Sir Morion says "Mr. (lor.lon was a member of the church of England." E.J, 1). replies, insisting Ihat the lliijili-*ts were at tin* bottom .»!' all the inis'-hief. We do no think it was the sect-, nl nil (hat bail to do with tin* late rebellion; il svas Eli jrlif-h busy body ism that Bel the blacks in motion in October last, jusl as British philanthrophy ami British Is rany pro voke.l the bloody scenes ol' 1832. The London Times ma general discussion of the recent horrors of Jamaica, takesthis |)hili.so]ihlc view of the races—forget - ting, or seeming'to forget, the brutality svhich marked the conduct ol' the magist- r ates, svho hanged os'er a thoii-iaiid blacks after the rebellion bad been sup pressed :—- Alas for grand triumphs of htiinunit •>*<• and Ibe Improvement of races, anil tii romoval of primeval curses, and ihe ex, penditun* of tsvcnly millions sterling, Jamaica herself gainsays tlie fact ami belies herself, as sve see to-day. I*l is that which vexes ih in..ro than even the Sepoy revolt. Then they show themselves so won derfully unchanged. Who will believe in race nnd the old English doctrine of family when the remote descen.liu.ts oi the King of Dahomey's subjects show themsejvee in .-. ii.oniei.i "the very moral" of their African forefathers ? They are as treacherous and as r. ady for i deeds of lilii.nl, liitieous and ridiculous, us when they could shiy thousands to till a trench with iiiim-m note. '1 he very svoineti cati shosv i lint Irreverence for the human form svhicli Mr. (iladslnno makes the great ilislinciioti of barbarfan races, as compare! svith his beloved Greek. Like the old Gauls hewing down the Pa Ires C«iisi*.*ipti, Ihe sable mob fired into the court bouse and svreaked their blind vengeance nt once on the impersonations of lasv and order. Foran hour they revelled in blood and in still more outrageous insult to the survivors ; for days they indulged in a drunken dream of negro mastery and svhile slavery. It was Africa, hitherto dormant, that had broken out in their natures. Of course sve shall hear a great deal about the strong mea-mres taken to i■ tump nut the flame. The truth is, a rising of this sort must be crushednl once, and If a fesv hundred soldiers and volunteers are to do the svork of a large army tiny niust make themselves übiquitous, and they must everywhere finish their svork thoroughly, leaving nothing to tha morrow, svhich they may ii-ver see. Immediate justice is the best mercy in the long run, tot to tlie losvcr class of minds death loses nearly all its terrors if it is seen at a con siderable interval. GENERAL GRANT. The New York Home Journal of Sat urday, contains Mr. Bf, P. Willis's first impressions of General Grant, whom he saw ou Monday lasl, at the "Reception." After a most Willisisb purticularization of hosv he came to be at, the Reception, our Idlcsvild friend goes ancad, and In does the Lieutenant General,—from his white kid gloves to his patent leather boots,—in a style altogether fresh. Gen. Grant, leaning od old Mr. P. M. Wcl- Iniore's ariu, has entered the reception parlor, and nosy Mr. Willis goes on— There were fifteen cr twenty minutes of interval, between this and the OSsSi meiiccniciit of the "presentation," and, during this period, Genura) (.rant re mained sealed in an arm chair, within reach of the superbly suitable table-load of flowers—fthe high-born magnolias and cosily lilies and roses, blooming til his presence and company as if In their proper places)— our humble eyes wor shipping the same flosveis, and at lib erty to study, all this while, the eouiite naiice most interesting in the world. ; Pictures had given me no adequate I idea ol General Grunt. In the first place |he looks ten or twenty years younger than I bad expected. Willi his blown hair nml beard "md ruddy complexion, and' his square shoulders and svell roimilL'd limbs, he Ua middle-sized ath lete, formidable, no doubt, asa wrest* r, Ito Ihe eye of a epertitlg-Biall,' NU not •eommiuidinir," at tits' view, to a com mon observer. He walke I in, without grace, partly bemuse there v/nti no pro pi ieti/ in a Com in ander of an Army, in full uniform, hitched on to llie arm of a civilian in plain clothes. I was sorry, artistically Bpeskiusf, not to see him Walk iv clone. Then, unfortunately, the dozen oli.ceis, (offals staff, etc..) svho followed Immediately, In full uniform, 1 were a set of remarkably handsome men, each one wholly single and stepping at aslosvpace ami cull a tableau vivant, 'uncommonly tall mid Well proportion ed—each a feast for the eye of the 00 server to dwell upon anil fondly tore- One other fault I may venture to find. 1; n the.<7«'' of the picture :—the Gener al _ white kid gloves were tsvo or three tlv* too large, nnd very awkwardly - ',„.,, This, too my eye, svas like tin* ) _r_faataS ofartStse of Jupiter Olym ,. ,ius with il ghvc-J»!("( the band Which - ~'ars the thun.ler.olt. The hand ol General Giant should sun ly be bare, as p ' nso soicied for such etiquettual disguis ',': ?/' K Suindi..g mar bin. all the even. ■- \ye ton, was thatmorough-brtd French rblen.an. General de Trohian.labso* otelvsvcll gloved and wearing his kid- K«£ I r,«irtler-so needless so close an approach tothe inch-grin*-co h.sc urn .vfitLTLMVif superior! Grant's gloves k and 100 new. A P'.ir of calfskins D svhich had seen the service of a* am .t. naign.and worn with the spurs svl.icl knew him ns Ihe faultless horseman I which he is so well known to be) woul. Lav" been more suitable than those pa tent leather inadequacies ! H^lm _, have the luxury ol a view ol this Ou Hannibal," in the saddle of his Grant - Co ZllL n fhr a b£rp , eri<Kl of the Gencr al's personal inaction, (.■.eated in that ti arm chair before he svas addressed by 8. the Master of Ceremonies for the begin- p ing ofthe "Introductions,") I found my a study of bin. materially altered. His w imitioviil'lents is icoutli'iful. There is no sv betrayal of a nerve. Iliseye Is as calm f* as a new moon, and, svhen he crosses a h leg, it is for - sometime. Hut his eye- ai lids neyer stir, and, svhen you fully F meet his look, you feel yourself--iimler- H sloo.l. His beard is coaiM and wiry■- a' luxuriant and iiiiretinetl—unit it mats is together his under Jaw, svith a straight p. lincof repose which is simply an im- T prcssiou of strength and silence. His note is not well shaped, and his profile li .'oiis.'qui'i.fly Is not good ; but I never lo n my life sasv a face ss liich had, in both ir front and side views, such n solidity of iiiatjiianiiitityiunl honest//. For a head, ai human yd without a weakliest, A/v will ti he, siiiii.' d.y, 1 venture to predict, the p sculptor's ideal. ai To look upon the face of a living mind l* which has been Ihe Momentum of mil- cl lions. Was, pf course, a m.'.ttcr of inex- VI presslble emotion. When called upon ci fo take my turn and fall into tlte proces Bion ofthe " presen teds," I felt my heart O -ss cli a I cainc nearer to thai iminov p able countenance; but, svith Imogen I upon my iirin, I heard the sound of my •' iiunie, and svltli a few steps forward, ss took the hand kindly offered— preparing '". to utter my homage, tlor both my child II aud niyselfj, when the next officer in Jf] full uniform touched foe upon the shoul- tl der. Without giving me time to ro- si cieve a word (even if otherwise Grant- i cd) from the Hero of Silence, this 011 - b cer announced: "Pass on! Mrs Grant a, svalts for the presenting of Mr. Willis a and daughter," An.l, with a kind smile d and svoiii nl svelconie, this dignified and •' chin nting lady gave us the half tiiiiiut*-* svhich sve shall so long remember! j tl exchanged a look, also, (tell our Isiy Bailey, who is ofthe same agei, with a the well-manuered and intelligent son v of Ihe General and herself— (Blaster |*tt (Irani, who whs the full-uniformed |jj third in that triune familyi—an ao- j'l qtiaiiitance tlius begun, svhich I hoite l • yet lo see baptized in our cascades at idlcsvild. fa • "DIUT EATINO." The Illchmoml Enquirer comes down n in a sledge-hammer way, upon certain j of its cotemporaries, which refuse i>> i sneeze when that journnl takes snuff. 11 is finite possible, howes-er, that the ! poiiiniiiig is well-merited. Judging | from what we saw in the Republic of Friday, in praise of Governor I'eirpoint, ,: hosv it extolled his wonderful clemency c tosvards the people of Virginia—he, the f creature of a citbel- and raised him up < to the dignity of p. gentleman and a disln- j forested patriot —and that, too, in the j face of other facts—what the Enquirer ( says may be just. We copy a portion of it. as a specimen of Richmond rage : Virginian- 1 are seldom dirt caters, but svhen they do take to it no other men can exceed their debasement. When once they sink below the level of their felloW-citizens, and learn to whine at llie footstool of posver, they stop not I short of the very bottom of abasement. No spaniel ever licked ihe foot that ' kicked him with greater humbleness ! than the poor wretch who, lost to every prompting of slate pride and to every ' restraint of individual character, seeks ■ only tho "thrift that follows fawning." .-iuch is the character of those poor crea tures, whom this war having deprived . of their little property, nosy make haste ' to get rich by slandering the men they formerly fasvned upon, and hy bospnt- s tering with their praises the govern ment which, prior to last April, they • daily denounced as the most uurighte- ; ous ou earth. . This is very spicy, and should be fol ,losvcd by something concerning i THE FENIANS, which we select from a Dublin paper. ( Mr. James .Stephens, the "Head Centre,," aud the repined leader of the Fenian movement in Ireland, for svhose i capture a reward of two hundretl pounds svasofiered by the government, was ar rested with three men named Kickham, | llrophy, and Duffy, in a cottage at Man- I dyii.iiuut, about tsvo miles from Dublin, on the Ilth instaut. [ "Fo* some time past suspicion has ut tached to Fairfield on account ol a sort of mystery attaching to its occupants. Tlie police were accordingly directed to , keep a, watch upon it. In consequence , of information which had reached the detective department a fesv .'ays since, Dawson proceeded to inquire into the matter* On the 10th he satisfied him sell that llu: parly who gave his name to Mr. Halbert, the landlord, svas no other than .Stephens, for whom the po lice has'e been so long upon the watch. He at once returned to town and swore au information be ft* re Mr. rjtronge. "Upon thus search warrant was issued, but it svas determined to delay its execu tion until next morning, when th'*force under the command of Colonel Lake, l ommig-iioncr of Police, and Mr. sniper inteiidcnt 11 van, proceeded to the bouse. Stephens himscll came to the back door on hearing the knock. Heaskcd, 'Who lis there? is that Corrigan V' alluding to a gardener whom he had employed. The officers answered, 'We are police, svith a search warrant.' He then said, 'I can't let you in: I am undressed.' They replied, 'If you do not apaaj the door we svill force it.' Thereupon he • opened the door. He svas in his shirt, nnd Immediately proceeded up stairs to diesis, the officers following closely. In ■ his bed-room svere found his wife and i her younger sister, Miss Hopper, who ' said, 'Here are the bloodhounds after . us.' 'In this room were found somi|memo . nudum books aud other documents, in- I eluding a number of receipts from a re i spectable cabinetmaker and upholsterer, - for payment on account of articles of - furniture supplied to the house ;in *j i recent instance no less a sum than i.I In • appeared to have been paid. On the - sill of a small window svhich lighted an a apartment adjoining the tied room, and - which commanded the entrance gate, s the officers found a case containing tsvo I' loaded revolvers, svith ammunition and i, all necessary" appliances, the property of - Stephens. On entering another room li tbev found. In bed together, Bropy and i, Duffy, whilst Kickham slept on the d I floor. Here they discovered tsvo revol i- vers, capped and loaded. ir "The prisoners were all searched, when ir I upon Btephens was found the sum of t-lx-W; upon Kickham, £40 in coin, £*« iv notes, and a check of _40 • and upon r-) Duffy an order, dated New York, Sep temher iitl, ISSf, for the sum of 4**W ' Bs. lid., imyable to George Hopper. The prisoners conducted themselves quietly, ! and after the search had concluded they were conveyed to the Lower Castle Yard, t where llu- charge of high treason was f formally preferred against them. Or. .. being asked their names they gave their) , as follows ; James Power al ins Stephens, Fairfield, Samlyninunt, gentlemen: Hugh Francis lirophy, 22 Frank ford , avenue, Rathgar, builder; Charles J. . Kickhain, Miillinahone, county of Tip- j pemy, gentleman,-and Edward Duffy, ■' Balraghadereen, county of Mayo, draper. . "The prisoners were all respectably at lii-ed—Stephens particularly the . mal...*sh of his dress being very | marked." The investigation Into the charge against James Stephens, the Head Cell* J Ire of Fenian Ism iv Ireland, and three persons svho were arrested in his house at Saudymount, was resumed at Dublin, \ before Mr. Strong*'. The evidence whs . chiefly documentary, and did not in volve'nny new feature of special inter est. , At the close of (he case for flic prose- . cntioh, the magistrate said:—Mr. Ste phens, Mr. Hrophy and Mr. Edward . Dully, you arc charged with conrederat ing ami eonspiriug with others to levy j svur against the Queen, to establish a republic in this country, and to separate , It from England. lam ready to henr you if you have anythiug to say, hut at the same time il is my duty, under the statute, to caution you that if you say i anything to criminate yourselves it will I be taken down and given ill evideucc ■ against you. I may tell you that you t are not bound to say anything. What , do you say, Mr. Stephens? lam ready i to take— i Stephens-—I am under the impression . that it was only svhen committed— I Mr. St rouge—The cose is closed I against you. Previous to my stating . what decision 1 have arrived at, 1 wish i to know if you desire to say anything i before I announce whul I intend doing. The case is so clear, prima facie, that I I shall be bound to commit you. , Mr. Lawless suggested that tho pri- , soner should abstain from making any statement. Stephens—You look on this matter as I 1 a lawyer, but I look on it as a patriot. Mr. Strong**—l need not remind you that there area great many others in- I volve,l in this cburge. Stephens—l am sure to get as much credit for the other gentlemen as any thing else; and if I say anything at all, I feel hound to say it. Mr. Stronge—l shall be bound to take down what you say iv reference to tills charge. Stephens— Certainly, take it down. I feel bound to say, with the view to my own reputation, that I have employed no attorney or lawyer in this case, and that I mean to employ none, because tp makinga plea or defence of any kind I should be recognizing British law in lreluiisl. Nosy I deliberately and con I scientl">usly repudiate the existence of that lasv in Ircleiid, its right or even its existeuce. Mr. Stronge—That is you repudiate the existence of that law V Stephens—! repudiate the right of its existence in Ireland, and defy any pun ishnient, and despise any punishment thut can be inflicted ou me, I have spoken. Mr. Stronge—Then I apprehend that, with reference to the charge against you, you make no statement I Stephens—None svhatever. Mr. Stronge—That is as regards— Stephens —I have said all I mean to say, Mr .Stronge—And you make no further statement. Stephens—No further statement. Stephens, In reply to au observation of Mr. Lawless, said: You are looking at it from a lawyer's point of view. ITo Mr. Barry i—l mesn no offence, gentlemen. Mr. Stronge—Mr. Dully, have you anything to say ? Duffv—l has r e nothing to say. Mr. Stronge asked Brophy if he had anything to say. Brophy —Have you any further evi dence ,' Mr. Stronge paid that they had noth ing to do svith that at present. Brophy said :—Then I think it is very easy to 'satisfy you. A portion of the evideu.e with "regard to commercial transactions, given here to-day, svas in the ordinary course of my business. I svish, further, to correct a misstatement made by the Crown ou a former occa sion. Mr. Stronge—That is, alleged to have been made. lirophy—Well, it appeared iv the newspapers. It svas stated I had ab sconded, whereas at that very time I was attending to my business. Kickham having been communicated will, by means of au ear li limpet, state.! that he had nothing to say. The prisoners were then committed for triad— Stephens, before his removal, request ing the reporters to give his ob- ' servations fully and accurately. It was stated that piles of document*, revealing all the secrets of the organiza tion,were found in Stephens' r.wideuce, and that Feniniiism was uu open book, at least to the administration of the lasv. NORTHERN MEN AT THE SOUTH. The Richmond iVhig, in an editorial on this subject, says : We are not sure that personal fenr is not the cause of much of that opposition manifested in Radical circles to the rc* toration of the southern states, thesvilh dnisvnl ofthe military, and the conces sion ot these states of thei»*ri_ht of self government. A large field for specula lion, tor tl.e investment of capital, und for numerous business pursuits, is now presented hy the south. Many desire ti come south, aud to profit by the adsin tages offered to northern capital, labor and enterprise, and the consciousness on ■ the part or extreme uud radical men that - their conduct has been unfriendly makes - them afraid to come here and remain, , unless they have the protection of the f military. To secure this protection they i would be Willi ug to see the south forever J kept in a dependent and provincial con it dition. There may be another motive, i quite as base, acting in conjunction svith I this, While the poiitic*tl and Industrial t, affairs of the south are unsettled, money o will beascarce, lands, low, and specula d tors without any considerable competi- T tion. They may desire to continue this n unsettled state of things in order to reap d from it all possible profits and benefits, c A country thus situated offers an allur - ing field to the haipies of speculation Without a domestic government to pro n tect itself and regulate its interests, its if I industrial resources aud its interna 3 economy, it would be an easy prey t< v the cormorant rapacity of sharp-sigbte* ,- j and hard-hearted speculators. QF ADVERHSIHQ. THE NORFOLK POST Offer* Ihe host tersss to AnvsaTisaa- w.d ll* urloaa ssil .lira-/, curr-pead srith ll.ega.aral *dv*rtistag aaaea othai- citi**. raiLTi LUrsa or Is** will constltnte a .qo»i_ Me . sii.,l. insert!...! per .q.iar* ONK DOLLAB srlU b charßwl. and for eat-h. sol>sec|o*Bt u-sertson TWKHTt .iVECKsTS. '■'• ~ Uenl.t.nl*. ABcli.niee.l and all olh*rs who _'•«*... nsfalarlv and occupy ooe-f.urthof a coiutiia or a*or*,inii mall* «B«-ial ..rms, and will receive n liberal daductioa. Ha-iu-M Carili, rrs-a bousbs per mouth or r-trv B—- Ltk**- I" l *» *'«!'■ All trauaient adv.* Useinent* pavabl. In advajica—si olhn a monthly. . ______ "THE MEN WHO DID THE The keen correspondent, "Dixon," of the Boston Daily Advertiser, writes from Georgia, on this topic, after this la-lnoii: "The men who did the fight ing ..re everywhere the men who most readily accept the issues of the war. 'I can whip any three Yankees In town, blustered nu'ex-relicl officer at Amencus the other day; but when I inquired about his record in the army I found thut he svas generally 'seriously unwell' on the day of battle. So, too, one of tLe most malignant men 1 met at Mil le.lt.-evilla served .luring the war in ths home guard, and afterwards, the coni i.iandant of a prison. The late reliel privates of this section are, hoerever, doing quite well. They mourn over tha defeat of their armies, "and are very fond of showing that but for this little mis take, or that little accident, or that other little blunder, the Confederacy would now hi* a gnat nation ; but they appear »v tin* whole to accept the issue of the war iv good faith nnd with a determina tion to do their duties hereafter as or derly citizens. I should ndd, however, that" there are more exceptions to this general fact than I found in Bouth Car olina." THE YANKEE IN THE SOUTH. Tho same correspondent says : Ko, too, an Amerlcus merchant told me he svas a hot secessionist all through IHliO, and, though sixty years of age, shouldered his musket early in 1861 and saw two yenrs of service before he broke down :—"We staked every thing on the result, anil lor my part I submit to tho issue without a murmur"' but befort* our conversation closed ho said. " wo have all taken the amnesty oath—wo have just as many rights now as Mr. Johnson himself has—Georgia is again a member of the Federal Union, and I should like to sec any Massachusetts or Nesv Y<>rk Congressman g«'lup and deny , her sovereignty ! "—and, warming witlt his subject, he soon added, "We're not going there to ask favors, hy O—.l, but to ilcinund our rights!" There is a pretty general contempt everywhere for the "Yankees" —the word standing for the resident of any northern state. Passing by a piazza lv Aincriciis i.ii svhich three or four men sat, T overheard one of them remark, "Well, bell's the place for Yankees, and I want 'em all to go thur as soon's possi ble, and lake the niggers 'long with 'em." Talking with it very ii.ielligeit Macon gentleman, 1 asked him now Northern men would be likely to suc ceed In business if they were to conns into tl.e state this winter; and his answer was, "I think they would get along well enough iv the upper country, but in the lower part of the state there is such ignorance mid prejudice that I reckon they would see hard linns a long, whilo before they made n living." I must add thut in a general way I hear much expression of a desire for an influx ol northern energy and northern capi tal. "Yet when 'the Yankees com* down here," said a man fromColunil.ua. whom 1 sat next at the tea table, they'll have to be Georgians if they reckon to make uiouey." BIHDS' NESTS-SOUP. The reader, by this time, is hungry. Let us then, partake together, of s Chi nese report of Birds' Nests, admirably "dibhed" by (he Now York Journal of Commerce of Saturday : There is one luxury iv the matter of food svhich has not yet beeti introduced into thi* country, excepting on the Pa cific coa.it, but in the growing fancy for rare and foroigu productions which pre vails among us, and especially when ex travagance in es cry depui Intent of living seems to be the ruling principle with ho I many, we should not be surprised at th* earls* Introduction of birds' nests as an article of diet. It svill perhaps hasten, instead of deferring their introduction, svhen the enormous price of this delicacy Iconics known. There is a large .lass persons, not the most sensible class of urse, who value everything in propor ii to tlie price that is put upon it. Such rsons would be delighted to know that rds' nesls could never become an ar le of food with the vulgar, inasmuch they cost nt retail in China, the prin cipal market, for them, not less than twenty-five or thirty dollars m pound, and sometimes more than this. A dish of birds' nest soup, therefore, could only He indulged in by those who would pay for a dish of strawberries out of season at the rate of fifty cents v berry. Although the taste for Ibis expensive article is confined almost exclusively to the Chinese, it is not a production of I'bin.'i, -•is is, generally supposed, but of the Indian Islands, and is princi pally found in Java, iv cas-ems that al most frequently situated on the sea eOotst. The nests are made by a species) ■wallow peculiar to those islands, Wl. in natural history a.-/, :irundoesctt~ a. They are made in the same nomas nestsof othei ssv allows, but instead of mud they are made of a gltinous sub stance, strongly resembling isinglass in appearance aud in texture. What tha substance is does not seem to have been fully ascertained, some maintaining that it Is composed of sea foam or other 1 marine products, svhile others suppose. I that it is exuded from the mouth of th* I bird and is the product of its owu food I which has been sv holly or partially di- I gested. The nests are not obtained with out considerable labor. Being usually found iv deep caves along tl.e coast-*, they are often inaccessible excepting by 1 tlie'juse of ladders from below or above. The most remarkable .and productive caves are situated on the south side of I the islaud of Java aud are only to be ap proached by a perpendicular descent of I many hundred feet by ladders made of I bamboo and ratan overhanging the sea, which dashes Itself violently against the shores in which the caves are found. The caverns urc so dark that they must I be entered with torches, and great care is required to prevent a precipitate pas sage Into the raging surf belosv. There are difleisjiit qualities of the nests. The oest are those svi.ii-.li have not been occu pied by thcl.irds, beiugonlyjustcomplet cd. They are quite clean and white, and [ in this suite are very like masses of pure isinglass. Those which have been used by the birds for laying their eggs and 1 hatching sod rearing their young, are lot course impure, and do not bring so I high a price In the market. The nests require no prepar.it ion excepting that of drying, after which they ure assorted into first, second, and third qualities; packed iv boxes and taken toChina,tb* only country affording a market for them. The Japanese have no taste for the article, and even in Java where they are chiefly produced, they are uot held (".in any estimation for domestic con..