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TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1866.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE- Aid for Mrs. Stonewall Jackson. Below we give the suras thus far con tributed in aid of the widow and or phans of Stonewall Jackson: George Songster $26.00 John Clark 6.00 Wm. B. Rogers '. 10.00 Thomas J Corprew 20.00 John T. llall 10.00 0. D. Hiivck 6.00 H. E. Kimberly 10.00 C.L.Cole -. 6.00 George Chamberlain 6.00 Henry B. Constable 6.00 Win. M. Clark 1.00 Gilbert C. Walker 6.00 E.C.Smith 1.00 Salamonsky A Co 6.00 Burruss, Harrison A Co 6.00 Taylor. Mai fin A Co 6.00 A.G.Newton 5.00 George W. Thompson A Co A.OO Wm. 11. Turner A Co 5.00 A. Beardsley 10.00 B. D. tlranler 5.00 W. B.Diggs 200 . •►.-*. ♦ Celebration by the Colored Peo ple. Yesterday, the colored population of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and tlio sur rounding country, turned out in force to celebrate the anniversary of their eman cipation. The streets were crowded by the sons and daughters of Ham at an early hour. About ten o'clock, the dif ferent organizations and societies formed in procesaiou on Bute street, iv front of the colored Methodist Church. The marshals were gaily mounted, and be dizened off in grand array with their tri-colored scarfs, and fancy ornamented batons. At half past ten o'clock, the procession moved off, headed by two companies of the 20th New York, as an escort, wliich was preceded by the regi mental band. Then followed the "Sons of Houn," "Humble Sons of God," "Ziou's Sons," "Hebrew Union," "In dependent Society," "Mechanic's Bible Society," "Sons of Adam," "Pilgrims," "Glee Club," and tho "Monitor Club," —after wliich a number of carriages, cotfUiniug the orators and tlie invited guests and reverend clergy. Several so cieties were preceded by martini bands. The rear of tlie procession wno brought up by the colored population. The procession moved through the prin ciple streets in the most orderly and de corous manner—not one single instance occurring to mar the festivities of the celebration. An oration was delivered tt Bute street church by the Rev. Solo mon Hodges, (colored,) which was ex ceedingly appropriate to the occasion. Mr. Hodges was particularly severe upon liis brethren and sisters who pass their time in idleness and de pravity, and told them the great bless ing of freedom, ant) its purest principles were to do good. Other speakers addressed the assembly, but none,white or black, were more earnest in their ex pression of opinion, than the reverend colored orator. About 4 o'clock, the pro cession marched up Main street to Mar ket square, wben the Portsmouth so cieties wheeled out of line, aud moved towards the ferry wharf en route home. Thus ended tlie procession. -. .*-> ♦ House Moiibed by Negroes. Yester day afternoon, about 4 o'clock, while lite procession was upon Seidell's Point, a fight occured on Church street, be tween a white man and a negro. In the melee, the white niiin cut the negro ; lifter which lie ran down Church street nnd alarmed the neighborhood by his cries. The white man was set upon by a crowd of DOgroes, nnd he ran over the ileitis, towards upper Union street, and being closely pressed by the crowd of negroes, he ran through William Ste phen's yard, and when hid from view, threw off Ids coat and made his escape unnoticed. The mob insisted that ho had sought protection in Mr. Stephen's house. He assured them it was not so, whereupon they commenced tiirowing stones at the house, and smashing in the basement windows,shouting and yelling like fiends incarnate. Nothing daunted. Mr. Stephens told the crowd to send down for the military guard, and let them search the house, imt lie declared bis intention to defend his castleagainst any oneoftheui that dare enter without authority. A soldier passing along at the time used every effort to pacify the mob, but he was set upon by them and bad to retreat, which he did, antl while running was shot at several times by i some negioes who persued him on horse back. The affair being reported to the Provost Marshal, he promptly ordered out tlie guard and double quicked to the sceneofastion. When the guard arrived, all was found quiet. The mob had : become alarmed and dispersed. Captain Asyrott, the Provost Marshal was shown over the house by Mr. Stephens, and no one was found secreted; the coat ofthe man was found in the yard, where nehad leftitas he ran through. This scene was quite a contrast to the orderly bearing ofthe procession. Market square was tlie scene of a little disorder about Aye o'clock, caused by a deluded negro over estimating his blessingsof freedom. Independent Society. Saml. Mc- Kay head waiter at the Virginia Club House, Is President of the above organi sation of colored men, Jas. Mosely sec- Jjetary, and Enimiek Kealan Treasurer, liiis association celebrated the Emanci pation Proclamation yesterday, made ■l-iilo an imposing: appearance and was yeiy dignified in demeanor, and a great feature of tlie procession. President Maiikay lias his society under good con trol, -»-»■» Taken to North Carolina. Jack Skinner, (colored,) a fugititive rrom North Carolina, charged with an r.u\ ninlm assault upon the person of an °la lady, 60 years of age, last summer, ', Perquimans county, Nortli Caro '», ln left yesterday morning for that state, in custody of Sergeant Moore. '•Ck Skinner hits been confined in the since lust summer, await inn a requisition of the North Carolina au thorities. THE COUKTB. Into V ,O, ' S CoollT ' Pc, "•' AndersniLarreal'-d by the l.iftht •.lie tl" '"-""-".v night for disturbing the peace, was irm>. """ (: "n'iell, arrested by the night p.lice frr ■"Aeniieas end riotous conduct, win fineil *10. rnnl , " >MFI '* a , C ?™ T Tbi, Curt «-;.-, i,ot in session in w-jilem-e of the .fsy being generally celebrated by the "i-J-ed iKipuletion. ' Arriv»li at the Atlantic Hotel, Jan. 2. N |)Flt,„lk.tt, Nowbeiu.NC; R S Donnall. Hah-jeli. hi._T ' . lu «dick. Huston. Mass; A II Hill, N C ;Di ln,J r '" : ''" I *»■• Uhv.ii. M.-.H-. ; Miles W Fisher. North Sr&_ l*Jfw*mMm, Charlotte. Xl; 11 II ,)„„. 3 ' '' •■■'•'■••• Jo 'W S U^n ' do ;J P Hodges. 225 ; J ;'"^" n - W in"'.„, NC; .1 X Atr.ll,™ JKh »»_r_,' S1IK '""" '.''•>: ROllld,Hichl.*„d. Va, I L_T_ I, L£_ kin "" ! ' V: W» PTIIW, Bait; Al,,u"'l'"'*'* """■'•'idge.de; O X Ooodrldge, de , •« ■■■hill, 01,1 Point, Y„; I C lisle, Virginia , Can the teeth *■ fndered ImperiehsbleT Unnnestionably they ran. *>M-*t, used dally, will render tlio enamel absolutely "'< "gainst doesy, harden the gums and expel from the __* •""" , " 1 apparatus every offensive and pernicions '""•nt. *-—-———i m m Crown mm Gold or a coronet of • is the privilege of few to have, but any lady can lh| ,t *"" , *'"h.iiaheadof hair-Nature's own diadem **M' n° <I :, "t -* _b! ' th " "•• *■*• MM s * •*«•»»'• b, J. *•' *«torer and Zjl.,bals.mum, or Uair Dress •*«y Druggist ~H, thtm . I FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. FINANCIAL. botes or tiie vißru.vu turns stuhd: Va. Barm Not.*. IS (a) 20 Haul, of Va .": H (a) 80 Faiioera Bank of Va *M (-*> 21 ■ Bank of the Valley and Branches 28 tat 30 Eat liiuig.. Sank of Virginia £1 «y j.. " ' AU-x... 40 (3) 45 ■ „ o < Woeton (if, (,u _ Norfolk Savings bank ieauiM 26 (v) 40 Bortamoutli " " " 20 l% 25 Va. Bonda, He .....OR (a) 70 N. O. " 80 -i« 81 Term. " 86 ■ 87 Mlneo'rl" 12% X 73 N.l'. Hank Notes ...20 *,v 26 Gold (large) _„. 145 (a) 148 Silver .. 133 an 137 City Bcrlp so South Carolina 16 9A Oeorgta 20 (<-> — COMMERCIAL. Al.B—Philadelphia and Hudaon, 13.25. BRANDIES— Apple $.1.00*34.00; Uenneeey, Olard Pi net.Caatillioii.tc.tlO.OOr-iiIU.OO; Kaney Brandies: Cher ry, Blackberry, dinger, Ac, iviai-.i.ii.'iii; Domestic (com mon) $2.36; California, per case, $2(1.00. BlTTEßS—Bokee'a, Drake'-., Wahoo, Bass's, Scheiilam Ac, $11.00@18j California Wine Bitters, per case, (13.00 BACON—Baltimore, Shies, 19@20c; Hams, 26M30c Smitliftidd Iliinia, cuts to order, flAtte. BEKK—Extra Mo-a, tl8.0O(a>2OO0; Mess, $16.00-»l6.OO POOTTON- -0 1 Middling 46; Middling 41; Low Mid dling 42; 1 1...vi Ordinary 30; l.na Ordinary 36. COAL— First quality, Hidit.V.: 2d quality, :!, r ,i»400 BRICKS—First quality pressed, $36.00; 2d do., $22.00 3d do., $15.00. BAl'iill'S PHOSPHATE FKRTILIKKR, $68 per ton. CORN—White, 72c0)76c.; Yellow, $80®83c. COTTON—Ordinary, Good, 34ta37c; Mid ■ dllng, 41 m 42.-. COFKBE—Prime Rio Coffee, 30Wa)32c. OUBA MOLASSES—SSa6S. ' CANDLES—Adamantine, 28(3300.; Tallow, 23a25. ClGAßS—Domestic and Imported, 20(3150. i DOMESTlCS—Merrimack Prints, 33.36; Spragne dj . IT' -,;American do 30; Ainoskeag .1.» 27 ]-~; Dutches Bdo 30 ; London Mourning do Amoskeagdo, 27; Lan * caster Gingfcaius 36; Delaines, 36; Standard Sheet | in--, oil; 44 Aneßrown Sheeting 38V-J; 34 d030;4-4do ,- Bleaclied do 61a 55; Ticka 67Mul)2i|; Striped Shirting 1 23a26; Colored and Bleached Drills, 37Ua39; Colored i Cambric 20a2- '.-j. FLOUR—Fnuiily. $13J^.00(a)16.0(iJ 4 -; Extra, $10><-7312J-'; Suin-r, Iw'.'i.i.Hi; Fine. *M.2.',(a,'.i.7.',. 1 FORAOB—Hay, 160(51200 per cwt.: Corn, 9fl@loo por I bushel; Oats, 46(5(50 per bushel; Bran, 40@a60 per hush . PORK— Meas $32.00(335.00; Primo $25(332.00. . PORTER—London, boat brands, $4.60; Philadelphia • $3.26. I SOAP—I3aI6c. RUM—52.40(36.00. HOPE—Manilla, 23(326c; Hemp, 26@30c. J SUGAR-Biowii,l.V,.ilßc.; Retined, Crushed, Powdered an,iGr,-,nulat,sl,2lJtia22c.; A White, 19J4CJ BWhite,l9 NAVAL STORKS — Crude Turpentine, $4.00(34.60; Turpentine, $5.: Wo.0.00; Tar, $6.51Ki*>0.00. - G1N—52.50rn.5.00. 1 HOOPS—None, i LEATHER-Calf aklna. $lO@sloo por daztra; Sole eather, 40*n)48c. per pound. , LUMBER—CIear per thousand, $70.00; 2d do., $60.00: I 3d do., $30.00. TOBACCO—Connecticut Loaf, 20(a>76c.; Vir. firstname.lastname@example.org in market: Manilla, tared, 60c.(3(1.26: Smoking, 50c.(3 • $1.00; Simir, 50cfa$i.oo. I TAR—sl.26r*i.t.37 Rosin—Nut quoted. WOOD—Per cord, $4.50(35.00. WHITB LEAD-S@l7. WI»AT-White,sl.Bo(»2lo; Red, $1.40(31.00. , WIItSKETS—OId Mono,i(-ahelailo\vproor-)52.10@2J!6. Rye and Bourbon, $2.36(0j".00.; proof, $2 00(33.00. ' WlNE—Champagne: "Star,""H,-id»lck.""Oreen Seal,' He St. Maiceim. "Red Lac," Ac, $-25.00(342.00; Sbcrry,s7 . OnH.OII; I'ort. $4.00(S8.O0; Claret, in crises, $6.00, *0.00,58 $10.00 and $24.00; Raiiterne, per case, $0.00@15; Califor ' oia, per case, $12.00(Sil4.OO. DOMESTIC MARKETS. MEATS—Beef, Kkm'iO; Mutton, liV-foll; Pork 20; San ' anges, 26, Souco 15; Dried Beef, 25*-i'..'!o; Choice Hams ■ 35<337V<i Bacon, 25(330; Butter. 60(300. FRUll'S—Apples VStgiMl cts. per pock. POULTRY—Turkeys, 1 26(32 60; Oeese, 1 00(31 25: 1 Ducks par pair, 1 25-iiil 50: Chickens, 75@1 00; Rabbits, I 16(.ii'20; Squirrels, 15(oi20; Partridges. 20-&25; Wild Ducks , pair, ri.iin',.',; C. 11. bucks pair, 1 60(32 00. VEGETABLES—CaIiban 6(310 ,ia.; Onions 10 eta. p« liiincii; beets 10 cts. per bunch; Soup Vegetables 1(310 cts. per bluish; Potatoes T.'.in f1 mi pis bushel: Sweet Potatoes 76@9S cts per peck. FISII-Chiilia, piece. 60(31 00. Perch, bunch, 15(5)20 ' Ov-t'iTH, 'lbny.ib p<-r quart "COD FlSH—'i.-ii0...: hake, BUaTc BUTTER, LARD ANII CHEESE—Butter 40@48 cts. per pound; I. ii.l 2'.v< o.i cts. per pound; Cheeso 20(321 t a. per pound. OYSTERS—26 cents per quart. „ MARKETS—On Saturday the markets ware flat, Ihe w.-athcr being very unfavorable for out-door transact iou-i. Nn sales were reported on change, and gold dull at IU. . SPECIAL NOTICES. 1 DSP Notice to Gas [Consumers. Notice is hereby given that the time for the discount of ' sixteen and two-third per cent, on Gas hills is extended 1 ti. Hie 1011, day of each mouth. Persons calling at the office of Ihe Company, No. 41 Dunk street, from the Ist to tho 10th inclusive, during ' business hours, will fuel their bills ready and ibis allow ance made. No bills will be sent nut from the ofllce until after the loth of the month, when tin, discount will cease, the full 1 price charged, nnd the Gas shut off at thi discretion of 1 tho Company. ' By order of the Board of Directors, J. 11. DAWSON, Secy. Norfolk, December 27,1565. ,lec27—lw Excu -.son National Bam, I NottrOLK, Va., December 7,1865. J ffitaT- A Mketino of the Stock- Hei.pp.as of "The Exchange National Bank of Norfolk' will be held at the Banking n.mse ou the SECOND TUESDAY (the Mb) of JANUARY niixt, between the , hours of 10 a. M. and 4 p. M. of that day, for tho purpose i of olectini- Directors to servo dining the year 1866. , SAMUEL P MOORE, deeO—lGt Assistant Cashier. jjgp Two Bad Cases of Piles ] Cured ny Dr. Sraictti.uin's Pilk Rembbv.—Mr. Glass, of Janesville, Wisconsin, writes for ihe benefit of all who sufirir wilh the Piles, that ho has been troubled for eight years wilh an aggravated caae of Piles, nud his brother waa discharged from tlio army aa incurable, (ho being quite paralyzed with the Piles.) Both tbesu ilistiessiug ' esses were cured with one bottle of Dr. Strickland's Plla Remedy. Tbe rocominondation of these gentlemen, be side the daily leatiiuoniala received by Dr. Strickland ought to convince those suffering, that the most aggra vated chronic cases of Piles are cured by Dr. Strickland's Tile Remedy. It is sold by Druggists everywhere. WALKE * CO and M and C. A. SANTOS, Agents for Norfolk, Va. nov6-8m Bas~ A Superior Remedy.—We can conscientiously recommend to those suffering from a distressing cough, Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Cough Bal sun It gives relief almost Instantaneous, and is withal not disigreeabl.) to the taste. There ia no doubt but the Mellifluous Cough Balsam is one of Ihe beat preparations in use, and is all that its proprietor claims for It. We have tried it during the pant week, and fonnd relief from , a moat distressing rough. It is prepared by Dr. Strick land, No. IM Sycamore street, Cincinnati, 0., and forsale ' by Druggists. WALKE A CO. and M. * C, A. SANTOS, Agents for Norfolk, Va. nov6—6m •J&- 1) ysPE ps I A.—What everybody saya must he truo. Wo have heard Dr. Stricklaud's Touic spoken of so frequently by those who have been bonellt tod by it, that at last wo are compelled to mako it known to thepoblk- that we really believe it effects a cure iv every case; therefore, we say- to those who are suffering ■ with Dyspepsia or Nervous Debility, to go to their Drug gists and got a bottlo of Dr. Stricklaud's Tonic. WELLS * CO., Agents, 116 Franklin street, N. Y. WALKE k CO. nnd M. C.A. SANTOS, Agents for Nor .,lk, Va. novo—Bm IRaT Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Resewkr haa provod itself to bo the most perfect preparation for the hair ever offered to the public. , It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injurious properties whatever. IT WILL RESTORE ORAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGI NAL COLOR. It will keep the hair from falling out. * It cleanses tbe scalp nnd makes the hair soft, lnstroua and silken. II is a splendid hair dressing. No person, old or young, should fail to use it. IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY TIIE FIRST '■ MEDICAL AUTHORITY. t, 40- Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian n.iir Ronewer and lake no other. R. P. HALL A CO, Ve-I.iiii, N II , 1-roprietors. RS- For sab, by all druggists. uov2o—6m NdtroLl. November 22, 1866. ' maf" Batchelor's Hair I>yb.— 1 the Original and Best in the World! The only true and porfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable anil Instant* neons. Produces immediately a splendid Black or nati*£ f ral Brown, without injuring the hair or skin. Remedies I the ill etfecb, of bad dyes. Sold by all Drngglsla. The ■ genuine is signed William A. Balcbelor. Also, i Kk.;i AKll wis.; EXTRACT OF Mi1,1.EM.1.1H3, i for Restoring and Beautifying the Hair. ana 10-1/ CHARLES BATCH BLOB, Niw Toat A " —- wnrM » MOTOBi. *C. Norfolk, Va., Jan. I,IBW- I have this day associated with me in hiuiness, Mr. JMIN H. MUNBON aa a partner- Thi business hereafter will be conducted under tha linn name of OK). SANOSTKB * CO., at my old atonil, No. » Market Square. USORGK SAMOBTKK. 4 J -Q-EO- BANGST*ER ACO., i ) 1 i. i mroatiaa amd viuuuu muH >> i I , WINES, LIQUORS, &c I I I No. 25, Market Square, i i NORFOLK, VA., BRANCH HOTJSKS: PORTSMOUTH, PSTBRBBCIW AND SICUMOND, VA. mt FINE RYE, BOURBON, MONONGAHELA •J i ■ AND SCOTCH WHISKIES, FINE WINES, BRANDIES, RUM, GIN, ALE, LAGER, At. CASED LIQUORS, BITTERS, i COCK-TAILS, PUN CHES, Ac. All of which are offered to the City and Country Trade, A T NEW YORK PRICES. NO 000DB SOLD AT »BTAIt. GEO. SANGBTER 4 CO. Jaa I—lie. panrrnro. __ .. Li °<5^ ■! BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AT THE Offioe of The Norfolk Post, NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. Th* PaonuaT-jis of this Establishment respectfully annua*, c to tha Pnbllc of Norfolk, Portsmouth and vi cinity, that they ar* fully prepared to extcate every de •cription of JOB PBISTIXG known to th* businass, not |*nly willi NEATNESS and DESPATCH, but in a style nnsurpesa-Ml In the South for BEAUTY and ELE GANCE. We hay* the nost complete and varied assort ment of TYPE of ALL SIZES and DESCRIPTIONS— PLAIN, ' wmi km vsMmmvkh that waa ever c*l lected In Virginia, and our facilities for do ing -sork af all kinds and In all colors and forma, from tbe laagest and most varied Poster, to the smallest, most tutsl-al and buautlful Visiting Card, are unequalled.— Onr workmen are masters in their art, and for beauty o design and elegauoo of execution, stand without rivals— all that types, and Int, and skill and taste can accom plish, they can perform in a manner to give complete * satisfaction to tbe most fastidious. We say this in no spirit of rain lioastfulness, but assert it "merely as a sim ple fact tbat will be amply established by an examination of the specimena they hf,ve produced of their handiwork, and which can be seen everywhere—aa thare are to be found Bettered far and sear, throtsghout Ihe State* of Virginia and North Carolina, abundant sa*nplos of their Incompai-abl* workmanship bearing the l-apress of me chanical excellence and artistic beauty. • The Office Is perfect and complete In ell its appoint moots—with the latest improved Prese** for printing nand-billa and Cards, aal with efficient aud experienced printers, thers is no wort ia any line of th* business that wo cannot perform in a satisfm dory style. The facilities afforded by the BEST AND LATEST IMPROVED MACHINKRY, will also enable us to fur nish work at a groat reduction from former price* in Norfolk, rendering it unnecessary, either on ac count of mechanical axecation or J-rice, for any lo send .. their order* away to have them Ittta. _ur flisitiitg Cards. Onr specimens in this line vie with the finest Copper plate ca-puvings, and ar* executed wit), great neatness •nine enameled aud Bristol Cud-board. <$ur tffltUintt, <£trds. No conple can lire happy of die in peace, blessed hy tho low of children, unleu they can bequeath to thorn, aa gi(t« of remembrance, a few of our beautifully exe c ted WEDDING CARDS, gotten up in the late»t style. OUR BUSINESS CARDS. No Merchant, business man or Meohani* should he without theso—and we can furnish them in any quantife shape, sine, stylo or color, on the shortest notice and at as cheap rates aa they ran be procured in tbe United States. Every man that protends to do business should be well anpplied with Card*. CARDS OF AH. KINDS. Under this heading is included Cards or Tickets of ev ery description that can be executed en Card-board, from a One, large colored baud-bill, down te a bread ticket.— Tlio small trades need these, and in every other place but ( Norfolk, no nker, or ice-doalor, or milkmen, or grocer, or huckster, wonld pretend to do business without them. .. " Posters and Dodgers. W* print these of all sins and in all colors of Ink and HP«r, and next to advertising in the putt, the best way to make known your business ia thron-jh the POSTER. PKOGBA~MMES lor Balls, Concert* and Parties, are very neatly and tastefully executed in colors. Blanks of all Kindß, Billheads, Bills of Lading, i Insurance Policies, Legal Blanks, Blanks for Lawyers, * A Blanks for Notitriea, Blanks for Justices, Blanks for Clerks of Court, Blanks for all manner of People. CHECKS For Banks ur for Business Houses executed ia Colors and p*»iu*l to the finest engravings. Prices Current, Pamphlets, Circulars, In all Fornr-s and Sizes. Promissory Notes, To a style that will never tm protested. BILLS OF FARE Done Id a manner so skillful rui 1 rare; tli.it c'en i j i« ores will nut complain of the fore. No Hotel or Restaurant ■bould be without theai. These we furninh daily „t re* ■Ino -I prices. Manifests and Bills of Lading. Ih this bran-eli of tbe business our Printers excel and we can furnish shippers or steamer* promptly. LABELS., Apothecaries, Druggists aad others, who make use nt thcae ueceswiry articles, can be promptly suppled. TICKETS. Candidate, can bare their ticketa pi..o.ptly mul ,-,, r reetly printed, and tholr election warranted If neceseary. It fact, the POST JOB eVtICB ia capable of executing anything and everything that can be called lor ia tbe bnsinM, and will guarantee iinirersal satisfaction on Ibe inoet liberal term. ; and we respectfully request „ con tinuance of tbe |i**Ton«-*-e lieretofor*- so generously be itewed upon our effort* by th* people of tbi* city and State. AH orderi should he plainly written, especially proper names, to preyant mistakes, and handed in at the Cosnt* Ing room on the llrst floor, or if sent by letter addressed to V.. St. MOWN, Norfolk Pest. TERMS: Cash on delivery af tb* work, except la cue* where or -ler« are from r-sgahu* ad-rertlsers. In tha latter caae* bill* j can be rendered mothly MISCELLANEOUS. HAVING PCRt'HASEI) THE ENTIRE STOCK or S. Q. TUTTLE, NO. 57 MAIN STREET, JOHNSON'S HALL, For the next fifteen days we will tell out *R TM ENTIRE STOCK at ORIGINAL COST, In order that we may be enabled to renovate and refit Til - BTORE, AND OPEN WITH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK or CHOICE GOODS, . FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND NUTS, WINES, LIQUORS, 1 CORDIALS, CONFECTIONERIES, And all other article* IN THE LINK. Wa will lit np in connection with our business A FIRST CLASS LADIES' . t iRt ' I GENTLEMEN'S DINING SALOON. M. D. BICE A CO. dcc27—»t BALES OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAPITALISTS. VALUABLE TIMBER LANDS and FARMS FOR tfALE. 32 Acres adjoining city, $12,600. 250 Acrea on* mile from Hampton, tU ,000. 800 Acrea on the o. and 8. B. R. R, $4,(00. 180 Acres three-fourths of a mile from city, $18,00). 963 Acrea twt.l ye mile* from city, $6,778. 474 Acrsa on Pag.ii crack, $12,500. 187 Acrea on Lynn Haven river, $12,000. 2500 Acree timber eleven miles from city, $5,500. 138 Acres two and a half miles from oity, lo lots. 800 Acre* sixty miles south of city. 407 Acres near Kempaville, $0,000. 106 Acre* four milas from city, $2,500. 260 Acre* sixteen mUes from city, $15,000. ; 400 Acre* eight miles from city. $12,000. 230 Acre* twenty miles from city, $6,500. •620 Acres near Keninsvlle, $13,000. 700 Acres eleven miles Irom city, $25,000. 280 Acre* fifteen miles from rity, $4,200. 30 Acres eight miles from city, $1,500. 3000 Acres twelve miles from city, timber, $14,000. 05 Acre* Pungn Bridge. 350 Acre* Perquimmon* county, N. C, $3,500. 3000 Acres, timber, ten mile* from cily, $36,000. 113 Acres thirty miles from city, $2,600. 124 Acre* thirty miles from city, $1,000. 120 Acre* live mile* from city, $2,500. 472 Acres seventeen miles from city, $5,000. 270 Arres seventeen miles from city, $2,500. 1660 Acre* tight miles from city, $20,000. 620 Acre* six mile* from city, $21,500. 126 Acres five miles from city, $6,600. 2200 Acres twenty-live mile* from city, $62,000. One Farm, 400 Acrea, seventeen miles from city, heavy timber, $4,600. Hoola and Lot in city of Norfolk, $10,000. Honsa and Lot in city on Main street, $10,000. Sixty feet on Commerce street. Sixteen Lots in suburbs of city. We have Just porfected arrangements by which we have facilities for placing lauds before purchasers abroad, not possessed by any other junise in the city. I.ntuls placed in our hauda for sale, will be advertised, free of coat, in Northern -papers and in Europe. Nearly all of the above Land is on or near water, and Ih* large tracts ar* heavily Timbered. A description of each will be famished on application to the undersigned We give special attention to the purchase and sale of Ileal Eatate on Commission. FOLOER, CARTWRIOHT A Co, Auction aud Commission Mer. bants, d... 20—If 2? Wide Water street. Norfolk. Va. UOR 8A L E.^ T ofTer for sale THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES OF LAND, a portion of my farm, adjoining Ihe village of Kempaville, in Princes Anne county, Va., nine miles from .the city of Norfolk, situate on thu east bank of the Elizabeth ltlver. The situation ts healthy, society good, ndjacent to schools and ,-hitrehea. The land is thoroughly nd.pted te THICK 1 NU, being high, rich and quick. There is wood enough on the land in pay fur it. Sli.mid it not be desirable for any one in want of land tv have co largo a tract, It will be divided into lots tosuit. For terms, Ac, apply to SHAW A ROBERTS, Auction and Commission merchants, comer Roanoke Square and Wido Water St., Norfolk, V... la whose bauds the proper ty haa been placed for sole. J. M. BRICKUOUSE, ieT-if Keni*-evi]je, Princess Anne co., Va. T\ESIRABLE FAMILY 1 J RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Thai very desirable Family Ri-sideuco, eituatr-d on Orauby street, three doors above the Methodist Church, aud now occupied by Mra. Foster, is offered fur sale. It hue a wide entry, with two parlors and a dining room on the first floor, four chambers on tho eecond fl<-or, two comfortable rooms in the garret, and a dry cellar, a paved yard with kitchen and smoke house conveniently located, and a large garden. For further particulars apply to sep2S—tf J. M. SMITH A BROTHER. "POR SALE OR CHARTER. A LIOIIT DRAFT SIDE WHEL STEAMER, of eighty tons burthen, suitable for Freight or Paseongers—well fitted and in perfect order. Also, FOUR LIGHTERS, decked over, drawing thirty lucbes water, with FIFTY CORDS OF W.OOD—bailt in tbs most substantial manner —-expressly for lightering wood. Apply to, or address, Messrs. DUDLEY BEAN A CO., augll—lf No. 14 Roanoke Square. T? O R 8 A L ET one STEAM ENGINE and BOILER, about 10-horae capacity, complete, with Governor, Heater, Valves, Load I'ipe, Ac., aud will be sold leas than its v.lne. Apply to B. R. BORUM, " Tiptop" Wine and Liquor Store, *e»2l—tf No. 12 under the Atlantic Hotel. "OKIE CANAL BARGE "COLUM It BIAD" FOR SALE.—Capacity »,000 buahels Oraln lain complete order, and but two aud a half years old. Also, two opesi Canal Barges, very -anulile mr car***** ing mn*— capacity fifty cede eaoh. Also, a Lighter. Apply to L REYNOLDS no-*—* Nu. 16 Roanoke Square. 1 -*v MEDICAL. DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS £ SALVE. These Life-giving Remedies are now, for tbe first time, given publicly to tbe world. For over a quarter of a century of private practice, tbe ingredients in these LIFE-GIVING PILLS! Have been used with the greatest suc cess. Their mission is, not only to pre vent disease, but lo cure. They searcli out the various maladies by which the patient is suffering, and reinvigorate the failing system. To the aged and infirm a few doses of these valuable PILLS will prove to be t A Very Fountain of Youth; For in every case they add new life and vitality and restore the waning energies to their pristine state. To the young and middle-aged, they will prove most invaluable, as a ready specific and ster ling medicine. Hefe is a dream realized, that I'once-de-Leon sought for three hundred years ago, and never found. Ho looked for a fountain that would re store theold to vigoraud make youth ever AN ETERNAL SPRING! It was left for this day and hour to real ize the dream, and show, in one glorious fact, the magic that made it fair. These Famous Remedies Cannot stay the flight of y«.rs, but they can force back, aud hold aloof, disease that might triumph over tlm aged and the young. Let none hesitate, then, but seize at once the favorable opportunity that offers. When taken as prescribed— FOR BILIOUS DISORDERS, Nothing can be more productive of cure than these Pills. Their almost magic influence is felt at once; and the usual concomitants of this most distressing disease arc removed. The»e remedies are made from the purest Vegetable Compounds. They will not harm tbe most delicate female, and can be given withgoodeflect, in prescribed doses, to the youngest babe. FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS And all eruptions of the skin, the SALVE is most Invaluable. It does not heal externally alone, but penetrates with tbe most searching effects to the very root of tbe evil! DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS I Invariably Cure tbe Following Diieaiei: Asthma, Bowel Complaints, Coughs, Colds, Chest Diseases, CoHtiveness, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea, Dropsy, Debility, Fever and Ague, Female Complaints, Headache, Indigestion, Influenza, Inflammation* Inward Weakness, Liver Complaint,' Lowness of Spirits, Ringworm, Rheumatism, Salt Rheum, Scalds, in Diseases. 9&r Notice.—None genuine without the engraved trade-work around each pot or box, signed by DR. J. MAO QIEL, to counterfeit which is felony. 43 FULTON ST., NEW YORK. IST Sold by all respectable Dealers in Medicinea_throughout the United States nnd the Camillas—at 25 cents per box or IK) t—and M. A. A C. A. SANTOS, auglfl—ly Norfolk, Va DR. JAMKS D. OALT respectfully tentlont his icrrU'M tn the pnMic in mm hram-li »f his pr<»fenf>ion. Offlre find NMMW)k] West Main fttroet, over Mr. .Fos*'ph Kfhoe's store, tunl opponiu Ffn»t National Bank, Norfolk, Va., sep4—tf -■■^■^■^^MHi^^^^^HM-M—___«_H_________|_| JOHN VANDE It B I LT ' NO. 23 HI.TON STRKKT, NEW YORK, nt. im IX A G RICUL TURA L IMPLEMENTS ..f *v. rv .unity, .'mbrn.-in--nil tho *!' rent puttf-ms ol rMJWS in in..- in tln-South-ru Stall" iKN-illl-.I.UHJi.. -IIAY uu.l STALK-OTTTTEKS. 11l il.-K-POWKRS .n.i THRESHING MACHINKB, FAN-MILLS, II tIUKL-RAIt !!iJ\V.»,C.UITSan.IWA<'ONS.I'OTI'ON'GINS.OINGEAH I'LOWand other Cm ting-.. SiiuVEl,.*-. FORK!" IIOES' ltAKE.«aml HARDEN an.i FAUM TtWLS aud IMFLt MENT.- 1 of every vari-»tv. SEEDS. The cboii-Cbl Gsrden mil Flovrcr £«rda grono in this cr.iinti'.v or Euro*.-, in. ltnlinr every -ls-nrsl.!. kind .md rmtatt Th-- (fonosl c.ire taken to hut s th...eonlv which sra .1.-.i.n and rilial.l..-. Alwi, Gra=f, Field aid DirJ Sewli ot every vmiotv. FERTILIZERS. Bone Dust, Animal ..i.uiur.- (a p.-ej.ar.ition of animal matter, blood and boue), a good -uitntitute lor Guano aad rl.ei.peM manure in uee; I'hop-jkite of Linie, Land Master, Guano, 4... PLANTS, TREKS, Ac, f unuf-li'-d from tlj*» m.*t r-lui-lo Miaien-M uad *'tv*en. sttkY- Ordert retptcifitily rotictUd. Letters of inquiry cheerfully rt*pondetl- tn aod price li»ts ftirniahod on upplicution. iiuvj—faMOTT* POTATOES, ONIONS, and APPLES, ' Received THIr? DAT per Steamer George Appold, from ' 8..-1-.n 150 bb'm. Msine Jneluon WHITXrOTATOIJS, 21 bbls. ONIONS, —ALSO— Per Steamer Ni-iu-ar.-i, from Now York, Tl bbls. I'EACII BLOW snd 8. MERCER POTATOES, and I «0 bids. WINTER APPLES, All on rousignmsnt, in gooil onler and for sale low by H. d wnrra . 00., No. 12 Wide-Water street. deed—lf Norfolk, ■pOASTINO MANIFESTS FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE -SV—e-tf 1, AWmOHJAIIS^ By Leigh Bros, and Fhelpi, Auctr'i / lAROO OF HAY AT AUCTION. On MOMMY, the Ist of JANUARY, 1M«, we wiUsell at 10 o'clock precisely,at Myers' Wliarf, 406 bale* HAY, Cargo of Brig Reamer. LEIGH BROS. A PHELPfI, dec3o-2t Auction-Mrs. I (3TEAM , O HAW *n<l GRIST MILL, LOT OF LAND and . i IXTIHKS. and about • 22b ACRES Ot WELL c TIMBERED LAND (< FJR SALE AT AUCTION. Notice is hereby given that in obodjenca to an order nf 16 Currituck County Court, obtained at tbe November ten,, 1866,1 shall expose at public auction, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 18,1866, on the premises of the late BenJ. X. l i»y, at lull's Creek, in Currituck County, a Steam Mill, nud a hit of Land and Fixtures. On the lot are a Btoie ». and Dwelling-llouse united, Warehouse, and all nese. sary Otit-Bulldlnga, suitable for a family. The Mill Is in I- good runniug oi.ler, Loth the Baw and Grist. Alio, ut ■ the wuni time and place, will be sold about Two Han- II dred and Twenty-Five Acres of wei I Timbered Pine Land, r, situated about two miles from the Mill, bordering on the same water-course, and easily accessible to the Milt. I P,T.onj wiebiug to invest iv this kind of property would do wall to examine this before purchasing eU-- --° whore. |>l Terms—which will be easy—made known on ths day of ■ale. J. 8. DEY, Administrator of Benjamin 8. Dey, deceased. Currituck C. 11, N. C, Dec. 12,1866. dec*_U-*at PUBLIC SALE OF QUARTER II MASTERS PROPERTY AT FORT MONROJC, VA, 8 on TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1866. S Will be sold, nt Public Sale, at Camp Hamilton, Vir it ginia, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 2,1866, at 10 o'clock, a. ts., a quantity of Quartermaster's Stores, conaistlng, la '** part, of Ibe following article* : I, MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION. c Army Wagons, Carts, I Ambulances, Lead and '" Wheel Harm-*., •- Ambulance Harness, Horse Collars, T Wagon and Riding Saddles, Saddle Blankets, Wagon and Riding Bridles. Wagon Whips, Head-Halters, J Neck Strap* nnd Chain*, Horse Bmslies, S Curry Combs, Ac, kc. CARPENTERS and BLACKSMITHS TOO!* § MISCELLANEOUS: Cuok Stoves aud .. Fixtures, Heating Stor.-e, ' Water Buckets, White-Waih, c . Dust, Scrub aad , Paint Bi-ushes, • r'. 0 Single snd I Double Blocks. Several Tliouaand Pounds of V' Old Rope, Ac , 10. Terms cash in Government Funds. By order of the <J, M. General, I . A P. BLUNT, BreuitCol. and A. Q.SL ', W. R. Ronaais, Auctioneer. dec2l—Ur • WINE AND LIQUOR STORE, j N. A. THOMPSON A Co., No. 20 WATER AND ROANOKE STREETS. ** We offer to eonsumerß and to the trad* a large aad a well selerleo- etock of BRANDIES, WiMSS. GINS, RUM, WHISK I ML • IIIT'ILK.*-,) ALLS and PORTER. L , N. A. THOMPSON k CO. '""Hi I—tf No. 20 eoraer Water and Roanoke fetreets. IMMENSE IMPROVEMENT IN STEAM. HICK'S TATENT DIRKCr-ACTING, RECIPROCATING PISTON STEAM E.NUINES. Save 75 per cent, in Space, Weight, Transportation, ( ' Ir.'li.u,. and Parts over tbe beet engines, with great g economy in steam and repairs. The Cbeupeet, Simplest, most Compact and Durable made. Adapted to all pnr- S poaes. For circular address THE HICKS ENGINE CO, • decil—2aw6m N„. 88 Liberty street, New York. /GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. I lii'g leave to state to tbe public that I have Just rs ceived a large stock of S GROCERIES AND LIQUORS, of the finest qualities, which I offer tor aale at th* lowest cash price-.. M. A. 808 WELL, -lerll-tr No. It Wide Water it. CHAW A RORERTB. AUCTIONEERS~AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Comer Wide-Water and Boanok* Streets. Goods consigned sold to 111* beat advanug*, aad liberal advances made. Particular attention given to the *al* ol Real Estate, and renting of Dwelling Houses. Other sales of Dry Ouods, Orocerle*, Ac, will be pro. x perly advertised. • All goods consigned will be sold promptly and returns made at one*. jy I—-tf ~ jrum . \yANTED TO PURCHASE. From "•>• Thousand to Five Thousand Cords of Good Meretiantebie PINE CORD WOOD, at aome convenient idace to lignlor to vessels. Thero must be fully foar f**t of waiar at Ihe sAwre. Apply to, or address, | °' mW T . M«»*rs. DUDLEY BEAN A CO, angle-— •""' "■ ' 4 Koanoke Square. W~ a NTED.—A Furnished Housk. a" -to PORTER SHERMAN, -iv .?'"•' l*os. 16 AlB Roanoke Squi.ie ii *v.'i—tf ,____________________ __ ÜBEB X; 4 eeleeted ex- WINES and LIQUORB of every kin * ***"■ preasly for FAMILY use, and sold at m-xlarai. **m m g Our Liquors are unadulterated. Kor common , apply elsewhere. w«™u_ , 8. R. BORUM, tlo—il . T J p TOP STO»B, 110—v nßd „ tht ___ ntic ~„£, OFJfICE SEABOARD A ROANOKE R. B. CO I XT o I, " B^" ,K ' TH j r v,M c 1A ' *&***. i On MONDAY, tbe 11th INSTANT, and until further uotice, a Train will leave Poruiaoath for Suffolk DAILY will leave Suffolk at 2: 30 o'cloi*,^. M. E.G. OHIO "P*~' f __ **«*«»• WHOLESALE DRUOGIBTB AND DEALERS IN Perfiuner», Patent Medicines, &c Orders with remittance* promptly executed at lowetl market prices. HARRAL, RISLEY A TOMPKINS No 141 Chambers and Ho. 1 HmUon Sti, NEW YORK. Jmv.s HiHr.ii, formerly of Churl.-ston, Soutl Carolina 11. W. Rib lit, formerly of Augusta, Georgia aiig-M— law—<Sat.)—ly Ncarou, Yit'.taiA,-| December '27,1 -tio. / 1? O R RENT. The New Tl.iee-Sl.ry Brick House and Ir n lion Warehouse, corner Wide Water ai.d I'taur- li streets Apply to KIMBERI.V BHOTIIKRS. dec2B—3t Chamf.orialu'ft Wharf. "P O R RENT. A few pleasant Rooms to Lot at No. IM E—>t Mala street. mmtm —lw* T M. SMITH A BROTHER, •" * COMMISSION MEBCHAi'IS, Agenti for tb* New York and Virginia Steamships NIAGARA" AND "SARATOGA." OFFICE AT THEIR OLD WAXEHOW.TOWN POINT RR- Ll**-—.ai. uiva-icis made on shi; m, □!.-, to New York. aa 31-tf ■yiRGINIA CLUB HOUSE, NO tl BANK STREET. H- W. LONLGEY, Proprietor. RR- Having been refitted and overhauled, we are now prepared M accommodate our old customer, with all tb* craature comfort* and tbe be* th* market alton** I.uueh daily from 11 a. ». to 2 P. *. dcc3o—ly "P O R jj „ L E~ Two tODA FOUNTAINS, in psrfsct order at M. I, BICE A CO.'S; deeST—3t No. »7 Main street. TO RENT, very -leairabla STORE on Main Street, *nilahl. Ibr most any b*sin—s For particular, enqaire al this Office Jan. I—lw. QLD NEWSPAPERS, Soluble for WRAPPING FAPE»-*r sal* .1 lU* l*_B*a