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Fub,,.h^ T in« 18 Roanoke Bq UARF NORFOLK, Ta., ' nd m Id to Dmlor, and New. Boy. __ «.Mtto™,l,«.H!_ rH i! UilS *- OLLAI « PBR HUNDRED ar s*ot lo subscrmsr. by mall „, the . ... . TI " N DOLLARS PER YBAR SEE *• 81n8l, cop,< -' - ■*•""*££ R-*M«,t. in th. city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, dsslr »g the paper left regularly at their houses or places ol bnsliioa,, will be a__ bT a wria< bj lMTtag th , „,„., ad address at the rouMlng-room of the publication offlcs. They will settle with the c«Tier_we__ly fur the am.. TERMS OF ADVERTISING" in THI -l NORFOLK POST p ] For the Tear 1866. All Tkarhiert Adveeti.ihukts Pataui ... Ahvance. All Others. Monihlf. S .uare (12 lines solid Nonpariel, or one inch), one insertion |i ri_ Square " " " two insertions] IN) fl-"™ ' three Insertions, 170 . I Bqusre " " " " -„,,,. Insertions, 200 1 Square " " " « «,. insertions, 226 T 1 Bqaare " « '• « one we ek, _, M J And one dollar and fifty cents a wee. for each additional week. One month _ 7 00 1 Squar. " two months, 12 00 Li 1 Square " " " " three months, 17 00 _. And Are dollars . month for each additional month. » _ Squares, 10 per cent, discount from tho above „ rates for any period lees than a year. I Sqnarei. 16 " " •« ' 4 Squares, 20 " " » " *" « 6 Sqii'irrs, 26 " " " " '• » P Column, 30 " " " " " '■ Column, 60 " " " " " 'i Column, 70 " " " " '* ». \i Column one year ' ~ _ 12", On 1_ Column one yew , 200 0O 1 Column one year , , 360 00 Special roniracts entered luto, when desired, with j! those who ndvertino largely, nnd au extensive -eb-Offiee tl patronage will !,e considered in arranging lerms. Watam Cards inserted for Fit. Douahi a month or _ ftFTT DoiLAKS a year. T\ ' TRAVELERS' VT Q TIC E .-CHANGE OF HOUR. « On .nd after MONDAY, March Uth, Hie steamer M . MARTIN, Capt. T. Q llainfs, will leave Norfolk for • Richmond, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and BATOR- _ DAY, ate o't-hak, A. M. 8 m_l2-lw , J. J. MARTIN, Agent IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLERS *i AND SHIPPERS. J THE OLD AND ESTABLISHED , BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO., Carrying tlit UNITED STATKB MAIL, an it ADAM*' Omitf KRMC._-u\ J a nw-_U*uil Uvorubly kuo»Y:i fed the TrmT«U_Dg I'ublla as the it OLD BAY LINE, I Are now Running their maguiflcuut, safe and commodious teamen, j ■ THOMAS KELSO, C.PT. GEO. W. RUSSELL; , ADELAIDE, CAPT. JAMES CANNON; I Tho THOMAS KELSO was built for, and is expressly _ adapted 10, the Day Route, and excels in tho splendor ol • her outllt any iteanior now plying ihem wiitar*. She is provided with Hot and Cold lluthi, and all modern onvenlence. .... The ADELAIDE hai been recently rebuilt and refur- . aishod throughout. Her accommodation, are of a nperior order. Shn is so well known that lurther com. ment is iinm-reaaary. These Steumeri leavo the Company's Wharf, on Wiilo Water street, opposite the Atlantic Iron Works, Ntrrfolk, DAILY, at 4o'clock, and High Street Wharf.Portiinouth, at t:3O o'clock. F. v.. SUNDAYS EXCEPTED, touch Ing at Old Point. Passengers by this Lino arrive in Baltimore In tiinn to connect with the eaily tralui to Washington and all points North and nut. Baggage cheeked to all iioints, and piUKiengers and baggage conveyed to tho depots free of charge. Tke Wharf of the Company has been put in excellent order, and is lifted exprewly for the protection of freight and other accommodation of Shippers. Freight taken at low rates and promptly delivered. For further Information inquire tit li. C BALL, Agent, 1.1 .mouth, or to the Purser nf the Steamers. 1 ' THOS. U. WEBB, Agent. Norfolk, Va. Morfolk, December 12, HW_. decl_—tf TjiOß EIO DE JANEIRO. CALLING AT ST. THOMAS, PARA, PERNAMBUCO and BAHIA. _• Culled Stales and Brazil Mall Steamship Company will dispatch regularly, ON THE -Urn OF EVERY MONTH, A NEW AND FIRST-CLABS STEAMSHIP, To leave at 3 o'clock, P. «., from Pier *3 North River. All l-ttm-s have to pass through Ihe Posrofflc*. An exp.ri.neod Surgeou will ba In attendance on oard. For frolght and passage-, having splendid accommoda o-i, apply to THOMAS ASCENCIO A CO., 00t36-3m No. 17 Broadway. New York. HA RND E N EXPRESS. OFFICE, NO, 16 ROANOKE STREET. SAFE, RELIABLE, COURTEOUS, PROMPT. Owing to th. facllltle. offerod us by the NEW LINE OF STEAMERS, aad onr oonnectlon with all the RELIABLE EXPRESS COMPANIES IN THK UNITED STATE jgABT WEST, NORTH and SOUTH PACKAGES, Ac. at lower ra'tM than ever offsrsd the public before. NOT. * DRAFTS and BILLS for COLLECTION-made ._2 ice«"d» PO.NS, and RETURNS PROMPTLY D .HI V P E PERS in NORFOLK and PORTSMOUTH will Bad it to their advantage to give n. a cull before on lortrVt?p_rrlrs.p,,lyattheOlßce, No. 16 Roanoke £* Exp..** close- forth. North 2.*6 P;. M. .rtn-tf" tSu—tsiap*. RUM, irh niALias is ii"" 1 " BOURBON & OLD RYE WHISKE., Agents for the American Vintage Company. PURE CALIFORNIA WINES AND BBANDIES. WINE-BITTERS, CI.AMPAGNI M of mtTm offered at the No 6 Cui-i"i"ecialliow Norfolk, Va. 1* it-it __l_-_______-_-j •pTfIOHT k JOHUBMI -"^F^S^K^ O rAPBR ATTEST™ r/- ATTENTION! <-ATTENTION, I W-ar* conitanlly purchasing, for Cash— OLD BLANK HOOKS. K. R- RECEIPTS, BILLS, LKT S!_NEWSPAPF.RS, lor which w. P .y th. No. 21 Sooth Charlei street, ._,._-_ *_____: f if, gMITH« BROTH B B «J • COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Agenti for th. Hew York and Virginia Ste-m-hipi NIAGARA" AND "SARATOGA. OFFICE AT THEIR OLD WABEHOUBE.TOWN POI> tf LIBERAL AUVAtIOES mad. « *m^J**j, fork. I Ts~u~_7"lTir work -"Staving procured a RULINiTmACHINE the Norfo iT_iJohOff.ce is now prepacad to fill order., f»r I« w rk of .very description at short notice, in style. ' QLD NEWSPAPERS, Itabl* fcr WRAPPING PAPER—for ml* •• l ' oßca . pO AST ING MANIFEST FOR BALI AT THIS OFFIOJ ]y EW LINE_S TEAmIr?. Tjj 111 »LD POINT AND BALTIMORE. CABRTINQ THE NATIONAL and HARNDEN'S FXPRESS FREIGHT. Tlie new and elegant Steamers, GEO. LEARY (Captain Blakeman), JAMES T. BRADY (Captain Landis), DICTATOR, (Capt. Mulligan,) Leave Norfolk for Baltimore, DAILY, (Sundays except »d)»t3!_o'clock, r. v. Through Ticketi sold for all princip.l citie. North aud West. Passengers aad baggage tr»u»ferred from boat to ars free of charge. Fare to Baltimore _ *. oo * " " aud return fl 00 The Superior Accommodations offered by the NEW LINE STEAMERS are wall Known by the traveling public. The Steamers el ars all N KW, constructed witli great regard lo speed, . comfort and safety, and uri, commanded by experienced, . couTteons and attentive officers. Their superior sawed j; enable, them to make sure estifiections with alt train., thereby causing no delay al either cud of Iho route to , traveler*. ' The Faro has been reduced by the general solfciLtion ~ of the traveling public, to whom we feel grateful tor v their very liberal patronage, which, w. trust, by a just course, to continue to merit N B I'ltHr-!,. ers and baggage Hiiust. ired lo and from Portsmol th free of charge. Lea v.. Norfo k from what f loo! of Boanoke and Market J StjShrr.. H. V. TOMPKINS, oct27—tf Agent. PEOPLE'S LINE FOR NEWBERN AND THE INTERIOR OF NORTH CAROLINA! ' CARRYINO THE UNITED STATES MAIL. Tbe Only and Entirely Sew Route, Tho Steamor. of Hub liv. will leave mail wharf, Norfolk for Newborn, on the arrival of the boats from Baltimore J on Tuesdays, Thursdays and .uturdays. Returning, will leave Nowbern Tuesday,,, Thursday, ' and Saturdays, connecting with railways lor floldaborough, Raleigh, Weldon, Beanfurt, Morehead City .nd Wilming ton. The various Hue. of Railways are nearly all completed . in tlie Stale,,! North Carolina, and passengera will have little or no difficulty iv rem lit... their destination on any of the lines of lUilwuy. Th. boats are nf tint first class, and commanded by men Of experience, who will see uo pains spared to make pas. sengera comfortable. Being entirely an Inland Route, it will be found far mora pleaiant tiian by a sou route. F "■ASF-Freight taken at Low Rates. j __Tor further information, apply to , * W. C. EDWARDS, ' Ro.iut.ke Island, N. 0. ' Oio. Ouei, Newborn, N CJ ly I—l' Sg Q~~ .T" I 0 E . ' Daily Liuo to -.< ml fvoiu HAMPTON. 1 On Rod itfii'i the -10th DAY OF MARCH, 1860, l Tho Commodious Steamrr I CHARLES HOUGHTON, CAPT. A. 0. WHITNEY, will leave HAMPTON DAILY at 0:30 .. m., for OLD POINT; to connect with th. STEAMER "EOLUS," CAIT. P. MtCARRICK, for CHERRYSTONE, MATHEWS, I GLOUCESTER, YORI-TOWN .nd tin, Steamer for RICHMOND. Will leavo OLD POINT FOR HAMPTON at 7 : 30 a. in. Will leave HAMPTON FOR NORFOLK at 8:30 a.m., touching at Old Point and Portsmouth. y Will leavo NORFOLK FOR HAMPTON iitlitlOp.iu., _ touching at Portsmouth and Old Poiut.l For freight or passage, apply to THOMAS BAILEY Agent at Old Point. B.C. BALL, Agent at Portsmouth JAMES W.BROWN, Purser ~f the Steamer, or at the Office of the Company in Norfolk. „ All freight must be prepaid. .. ' mar--tf -**" 11 *' * N~ ° _ T ° E ' Ihi and after Ihe 29th INSTANT, th* Steamer, of fh« " Baltimore Stoam Packet Company, OLD BAY LINE, will leave the Company's Wharf on Eait Wlde-Wat"«T itreet, opposile the Atlantic Iron Works, Daily, for BALTIMORE, o OLD POINT, -• CHERRYSTONE, MATHEWS, GLOUCESTER and YORKTOWN. T. 11. WEBB, Agent. Norfolk. November 28. 1860. nuv_»—tf _ mmmmsmß mgrns _****? ~ B!H — mmm f*^ m * mm * m ofi THIRTY-TWO YEARS th '** tb HARNESS, co BU ATO VET ttl A FAIR TRAVELER rl INHi:» TBI ITTLE or BRIGGS * ROGERS, ROGERS _ LANGLEY, BURRUSS, ROGERS <- LANGLEY J N. A. THOMPSON <- CO., NOW W. B. ROGERS & CO., N.O 90 WIDE WATER AND ROANOKE STREETS, . NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, " IaroBTEEH AND D-IUtR. IK t WINES ' BRANDIES, WHISKIES, J C ""' BITTERS, j " PORTER, ' And .11 otk.r Goods usn.lly found In a Firit-Cliss | Wine and Liquor Store, Which we offer to the Trade and to consumers .t TIIE LOWEST RATES. W. B. ROOERS A CO., No 20 Wide Water and Roanoke streets. ft,b-t-tf REM _0_ V A L . HENRY P. WORCESTER has removed tn NO 37 WEST WIDE WATER STREET, ,„ rear of the Custom House, wherelo. tliag^ag*; PURE CALIFORNIA WINES ' al way. ou hand and for N0 ..i7 West Wide Water street. febl—tl _ „ I X E. demand uf Physician" nnd »«J™""' M _, mfely used _ extract of malt! and hop-, "f or iv fse whenever, during c.,i,v.e.ce„,rTO n (j ,__ • ble sUtes of health, an nvlgnrating malt fo _ k cited or prescribed. It is a light Ale, and y « *%** only t« 76 per doren Lottl,'".. "TIP TOP" Wine and .. w nvler tho AtJaMkijoWL. OTO^I^'TOBACOQ. : ill O A pKKFEOT NOSEGAY. _ Try It. To be found only at th. „ TlpTOp .. S Win. antl Liquor Store, fcw _ tf Uad-r tha Atlantic Hot.l. travelers' guide. al.'d^TrginTa STEAMSHIP COMPANY, THE OLD LINE, roit NEW YORK. Th. Now and Elegant 81de-Wti.il Staamalilps, NIAGARA, G-ORGB W. VOUCH, COMMANDER, and SARATOGA, A. L. KING, COMMANDER, , Leave Norfolk for New York every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY, At . o'clock, A. ». Betnrning they will leave Now York^v.ry WEDNESDAY .nd SATURDAY, at 8 o'clock, F. v. For eipedltion antl security this route. _» P— .t esp«rt ence ta** proven, will be timid the best in every inspect. In the cousiruction of these Steamers sriciA- atten tion hss own paid io th. Snlsh and comfort of Ih. Sa loons and State-Boomi, in ordsr to indnce travel by _____ Pitosenger* tali Micur. their Tickets and State Rooms before in. arri.nl ..r lh» ships by applying to the Agents. When ordering goods from New York, the patrons of ths line are raqu-lted to order hy the "OLD LIN E," New York and Virginia Stoamship Company, Pier 21, North River. Freighl lakon at low rates. J. M. SMITn A RROTHER, dec22—tf Agerts, Town Point, Norfolk. TfTTlantic ccTast mail REAMSHIP LINE FOR NEW YORK! THB NEW AND FIRST CLASS SIDE WHEEL STEAMSHIPS HATTERAS AND ALBEMARLE, Will leave Norfolk for New York as follows: HATTERAS, Capt'n Lewis Parish, Will leave Dickson's Wharf every WEDNESDAY al tf o'rlocK, a. H. ALBEMARLE, Capt. H. A. Bodrnk, Will leave Dickinson's Wharf every SUNDAY al 6 o'clock, A. M. Passengers by this line will be only one night at sea. Returning, th.cc Ships leave New York every WEDNESDAY aud SATURDAY, it 12 _~ from Pier No. 36, North River. The*. Ships have superior accommodations for passen gers and freight. The undersigned having been «pnt_n!ed Agent of this [tine, would respectfully ask the coutiuuaiice ol the pa- Tonage heretofore so liberally bestow. .1 by Ihe public, md would beg leave to assure Ibom that he will euileavor .. give aati-faction. All freight «hi|ped by this Line will be taken at low -ate. and promptly delivered. I'tt.t.ag, ami rooms can be secured bt-foro tho arrival of the .teamen by applying at the office For Freight or Passage, apply at the office ofthe Com pany, on Dickson's Wharf, East Wide Water street, ad joining tin- wharf of th. BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COMPANY. 'anl_—tf T. H. WEBB, Agent. __ OENEBAL SOUTHERN LAND AGENCY, No. 62 BROADWAY; NEW YORK, Negotiate LOANS for FARMERS »nd PLANTERS; also tor ASSOCIATIONS, CORPORATIONS aud COM PANIES, and partnerships lor the cultivation ofCOT TON, SUtIAR, Rlllßaudall SOUTHERN PRIIDIjCTB; also for Ihe LUMBER and TURPENTINE business. Procure WHITE LABOR, native or foreign,lo supply apecial demand. Orders at* solicited. ' '._ Organl-e As.oci.tioni tor th. development of MININI. and MANI'FACTURINII intern- and th. SETTLE MENT oIBOUTHERN LANHS. Purchase and forward MACHINERY, IMPLEMENTS. SUPPLIES, Ac, for FARMERS, PLANTERS and MINERS. , Give careful attenUon to tho collection aud securing of debts, .nd the adjustment and settlement of claims ol every description. . Their <_*r..<iiond«nt« and associates are men ofthe highest pfWessional ability, business capacity and aocla position in their respective localities. Their plan ol business is thoroughly nystcmatic, antl .11 its details art carefully arranged to ensure tho utmost responsibility and reliability. All business entrusted tn theni or then correspondents will receive l'™nipt attention Tholi compensation will consist ENTIRELY ot CDMMIS BIONB, and charges will be moderat*. AUTHOR-ZED REFERENCES. PETER COOPER Es.. New York. A A LOWE, Esq., Prn. Charmbsr of Commercs N..Y JAB. COOKE, Esq., Philadelphia. GEO. H. STUART, Esq., Philadelphia. Messrs. FOLGER, CARTWRIOHT A 00, No. _•_, Wide W liter Street, Agents for the city of Nurfolk^ MUSEUM." LETTER FROM MR. BARNUM. New Yoee, July 14, l-M. Messrs. Herring k Cb.: j 0 EKTLF.KST. —Though the destruction of the American Museum has proved a serious loss to myself and tlie pub lic I nm happy to verify the odd adage, Hint " II l an 11! wind that blows nobody good," and coniio.ncntly con- l gratnlatr, you that your well-known safes have again de- i bionstrnted their superior lire-proof qualities is an ordeal of uuußual sevevity. , The safe you made for me some time ago wai In the i office of the Museum, on the second door, back part of the bulliliug, anil in the hottest of the fire. After twenty-four hours of trial, it was found among the debris, and'on opening It this day, has yielded np its ' contents in very good order-books, papers, policies of in surance, bank Will, all in condition for Immediate nse, and a noblo commentary on the trustwortliiut-M of H.r . ring'i Fire-Proof Safes. r Truly youn, P. T BARNUM. HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES. The most reliable protection from fire now known. H.»»li-a A Co.'s Pat-st Basaias' Sires, wilh Herring * I"yd. Patent Crystali-.ed Iron, Ihe -MB .scanty again.! .__,__.. *<* ** -*-*-ggggs t cO ., No. M Broadway, oor. Murray street New York. PARREL, HERRING A CO., Pkila-Uilphuv. _ AKtiai. iir- HKRM j,_ ft CO .Chicago. tf RNOWLB A WALFORD Agents, Richmond, Va. octf—tf ( *f\ U R D A V'■».., TCbout the lift of February next we will cornmenca tho publication of a Literary Eclectic Paper, styled O U X DAY, to be issued once a week liraulianeoualy In Ihe cities of N Zt-'n-mb7 N wd;l.Utof sixteen (16) octavo page, with two (21 columns to each page, printed on excellent niner and in a superior style of typography. P Cncucuinbcreil by wctarianlim or parly spirit, it shall ... . ur _.edpurpose to preeeut nothing but the choicest fnlit. andflowerTnf Literature, culled from the gardens "tfL\\Tl*mm\%™ «h. *mm of onr friends ta that lection which for the past four year, has leen wit".. ml a current Literature, while we promise ,o Se our Paner acceptable to every reader in our c0n,.:.,,., country. n.E TERMS FOB 1 StNOLF. _n__HMPS »■"- * " , ' , 10 cents. .ingle copies .. ~. For'-hre-Mootb. » 1 For Six Months. " 4 For One Year payable In Advance. For single sutecriptkin, and H0.5 Wot Main street Norfolk, ta. , W. have made .rraugem-n.s with Om.torn «*■ New . Compsny, New York, to supply the trade. Jan',-—tf . — i OAW MILL, PLANING MILL. 1 GBIST MILL. BICKLEY,~STONE & CO., Hampton Mill*. Wholesal. and Betai! Doalsrs • n __i LUMBER AND M^P ■ 9HINGLM ' LATH.. 1 LIME, ' Ac% (fl *« HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. r f.b_l-tf __ - , *J.> R BAL E - Mav.for*. M acre.of^ - * m n y . ima a .oining the shove 53 from Bnfltolk. A_», *J i">»» ' £ „ plmcM tog ,_h-r Fo, full put-cul.r.u-qnlr.*t «xy 08l «iso. w. COOK, * i torney In _wt. No. 21 fox La.c. JEWELRY. piFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!! SOMETHING NEW, at NO. f- MAIN STRICT, NORFOLK. GRAND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION! Th. Charleston and Nsw Orlean. Hift Futerprl**. Tho largest and most extensive of any Gift Association in tne Southern Slat.•*, ha-rlag branch houie. at NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, CHARLESTON,SOUTH CAROLINA, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, AUGUSTA, GHOROLA, SAVANNAH, UEOROIA; Aad have bow completed Ih* chain by est.l.l-Wng the „. plui ultra of i it.ii. nil right among the good people ol thl» City. Tliis.'uur OP! NINO WEEK, we offer to our customers a new and beautiful stock of WATCHES, SILVER AND PLATED WARS, TEA SUTS, RICH CAKE AND CARD BASKETS, F.1...U A NT CASTORS. GOBLETS AND CUPS, *c, __~ **. ** JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS. LADIES' BETS, BRACELKTS, DENTS PINS, WATCH CHAINS, GOLD RINI.S, BLKKVB BUTTONS, -to., Ac. FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH, WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE. PLAN OF SALE We give yon an envwlopt, from a, »■>>,,' a Wbll mire,l nnmtter. for which you pay twenty live cenu,. and Snd en.l.is.-.I an i.lverlis. ii,.-,il or certificate containing the name of Mini, one .ftlclc In the Ml., whfcb, you can buy for one dollar,ir that article suits you, and if it doe. not, you need not take It, but have a Photograph, Which i» worth al Iciest the money pa ponded. W. will sell you one envelope for twenty live cents; live for one dollar; lltirtv f„r five dollars: seventy for tea dollars, aud one hundred for fifteen dollar*. rf Cull Early and Secure a Valuable prim "__» POHL, RANDALL A CO., . „ MANAUERS, ri.ai baton and New Orleans Oift Entsrprls., P NO. -» MAIN ITREBT, NORFOLK, mwar.— _ T--PORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. GREAT SALE OF WATCHES, CHAIN'S, DIAMOND RINGS, Ac, I.N, MILLIO* 11, ,11 Ik- IV, XI H I to bo -Hsptmed ol at ONE DOLLAR EACH! Without regard to Value I Not to bo paid for until you know what )„. arl to receive 111 Splendid List uf Article* 11 All to ba sold at One Dollar ' Each 111 300 Musical Box,-. $_otol6o-ca 150 Musical Boars with Belle A Ca»tinetli!oo to WO ■ 500 Silver Teapots and l.'offe* Urns -0 to 60, 6110 Silver Ch.flug Dishes g to 100 1000 Silver Ice Pin-hers *™ ,0 !_ . 26U0 Silver Syrup Cups with Salveri -0 lo 15 50U0 Silver Gobi.-- anil Drinking Cup*.... sto 60 • 3001) Silver Castors 1» '<> °° 2000 Fruit, Lard nod Cako __ike_ 20 to 60 5000 Doren Silver T«« Simons 10 hi 20dn» I'WIIO ll—en Silver Table S|.ions A Forks.'Al to 411 260 Gents'Oold Iluntlng-Cased Watches 60 to IDO.soh 260 Ladli'S'Ooldiiiid Enameled lluiiliug- Ca-eilWallli' SI lo 70 " 600 Dentn'llnnlini-l'r-ieSilverWstchei. H to 70 " 2uo Diamond Kings 60 '<> MJ " 6(100 Gtild Vest and Neck Chain. 4 to 30 " 111100 Hold Ov.l Baiilllliac -I, ti 4to 8 " 6000 Jet and Gold Bro, l.t ••-•■-• |_ !! "000 Chatelaine Chains and Guard Chains 6 to 30 7000 Solitaire and Gold Br. .-thus 4 to 10 " 6000 Coral, Opal and Einvrald Brood-—... 4to 8 " 5000 Momic. Jet, L.va and Floroutin. Ear Drops... 4to . , 7500 Coral. Opal and Kmcrelfl Ear Props.. 4to « ' 4000 California Diamond Hrea.t-I'ln 260 to 10 » 3000 Gold Fob nud Vest Wuleh Keyi 2.50 to 8 i 4uuo Fob aud Vest Rlbuoii-Blld_i 3 to 10 " 51100 SMs Solitaire Sleen-Iluttons, Studl Ac <** • ■ 3000 aold Thiuil,!,*, Peuriiti,*c 4to i « • 10000 Minintiiro Iss-kets 2o'» g J» 4000 Miniature Lockets, Spring - 10 to 20 3000 Oold Toothpicks, Creators, Ac 2to 8 6000 Plain Oold Rings 4 lo 10 6000 Chased Gold Bingl ... *to 11 10000 Stone Set aud Signet Rings 260 to 10 ' 10000 California Diamond Rings 2to 10 7500 Sets Ladies' Jewelry, Jet and Gold . 6 to 16 0000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry, Cameo, Pearl, " Opal and other St men 4 to 15 • 10000 Gold Pens, Silver Extension Holders " and IVnrlls 4 tn 10 " . 10000 Gold Pens and Gold Mounted Hold's 6 to 10 ' 5000 Gold Pens and Gold Extension Hobl'l 16 to 26 61100 Ladles' Gilt and Jet Buckles 5 to 1* ' 6000 Ladies' Gilt «nd Jet Hair Bara and * Ball! 6 to 10 - ARRANDALE A CO, MANUFACTURERS AGENTS J No. IW, Broadway, New York, g tl Announce that all of ths above list of goods will bs sold for OSB Holla* Each. . - ~i - In rons.tiuMice of the gr.at stagnation of trade in tbe  nia.iufactu.iiig districts of England, through th. war having rut off the supply or cotton, a large quantity of Valuable Jewelry, origiually intended for the Bug Ink r market, ban boon lentuti for sale in this country, AND „ MIST BE SOLD AT ANY BACBIFICBI Under the.. n ,'-irrtim.taiicrs. ARBANDALE ACO , acting as agents ~ for Hie priaclpal European manufacturer., have riaolved , upon a great Gift Apportionment hi b» divided according t to the following regulations I f Certifies!.- of the various iirticlea are put into enve- „ lorn- indiscriminately, sealed up, and wheu ordered, in taken out without regard to choice, »nd sent by mail, «;„, showing no favoritism. On receipt of the certificat. yon will see what you sre to have, and then it i. at your onion to .end the dollar anil take tbe article or uot >_rr).asors may thill obtain a Oold Watch, Diamond R?_g or any sot of Jewelry on onr list for OH DonAa. SEND M CENTS FOR CERTIFICATE. l In all transactions by mail, wo shall charge for forward ine tiie Certificates, paying postage and doing the bnsl ne.« 25cenlscach, which mint be euclo«ed whin Ihl Certificate is sent for. Five CerU-cates will be sent for . .1, eleven f„r-2, thirty for t_, lixty.flve for $10; one j hundred for fls. WHAT THE "PRESS" SAY OF US. Great Gut Dnmmivios— A rare opportunity i. of fered lor olilaining watches, chains diamond rings, silvsr. wart etc by Messrs. Arri.ndal. * Co., at No. 167 Broad wav ' Tliev-avean imnu nieetock nf article., varying In valu' and all arc offered al one dollar each. Tha riistri- Iniiioii I* van fairly dona— yen agree to take a certlhcate ~f a certain article, enclosed in an envelop.-, and are not re.iuir.sl t„|,HV vonr dollar unless you are ialisfl«,l with the article which will certainly be worth more than that .mount and may be fell or .100. All excellent mode inTni investing a dollar.--!*-!-. Times, N Y. City, fibruary U, li**; Messrs An-andalo A Co. have bong been penionally known to us, .nd we believe th.-m to be every way worthy ot public confidence.— N. Y. tb*"-""*. American Jrur Jnn' 11. '«*. We have inspected, at tha office of.Arran.lale A Co., A..„ni v fur European Maiinfactniing Jewellers, a largo a,-,,tnicnt..f fashionable and valuable Jewelry of the newest i.allcriis. We also nnUced a large quantity of • li ver i, at. and understand that the whole of these newly imported arttclaa are to be disposed of „n a nt,vcl princi. ___ elvlng gnat _ir*»ta(P- to buyers.and affor.ling ex rensfv. elnl7yn,eut to agents. *. know the Urn. in motion to be'verv rcpectable and thoroughly w.rthy i --Mir confidence, and recommend onr friends to read &__££ieVment '-.V. Y.Albion, September 3,1964. BvMfsurs. Arrandale* Co.'s arrangement, tbe advan t___. oinrt b. on the .id. of the customer, lor h. has Stag" gain and nothing comparatively to loss H-In ,w what he will got for hi, dollar beforehand, and is not mtrnfM W ?• *«*!* News, Aug. 0, H»* .uflovuevt roa LAwr.B.-The niosl eligible and prod table er-1,10. nieut w. have heard of for ladle. I. the "a * -fccVllflcaVe- lor the Great Gift Listritutiol. of Arrandale ir, \ lady of our acinalnunce has been very luccan 7, , .hi. ua'v not only in Idling her own pur*.,but al-. n "ing .?& .n-» -■•-»-■« "' 2— "" ."" ' he ?„'„'■ ■_.__ > m .111 >>c seen by our advertising column. G.„ --SEE-S-S". be il.ua mamt Si * Bps «■ c«i-y, Aw-in'il. I*" 4 - I» nay rolnmns the reader will find an advertisement In oar ---- Di.tril.uUon of watch.* Jewslry -odsTrr-mar. I" Pa meat of th.t advertisement w. . and sllwrwaw. I . „_.ertuu-, .lid we rec«ved M '-M J - ii#h a _ d „ mtTmmmJmfmTmTml They turned o.t to be - £? SSTrtl.? repre«nt«l.-rn_ Democrat, • [Lewistown,) Aug. 1,,1".<54. I AOSKTS —We want agents In every regimen!, and in . mmnmmm l county in the country, and tho* acting 3 CVuchwH|bealb.w.Hll-)c.nts-n every Celtl-cate or , __._.„, ibem provided their rrmittanc. .mount, to . ____S__A_-SmS f*** ■ to* tor ««". CertlS- cent, to us, either in eh or post.,. ***** ARRANDALB A CO, I ■_._9-4i-l.w 1-7 Broadwv, FJ-T. MEDICAL. tie'um numnnoM romc. I NOT A WTIIS-i- PREPARATION.) HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, will cuaa DEBILITY I DEBILITY I I BMulting from aay ana. whaiavur XX PROSTRATION OF THE SYSTEM, . Induced by SEVERE HARDSHIPS, EXPOSURE, ____,_. FHVBE or DiusMf of Camp Life. SOLDIBRB, CITIZENS. MALB OR FEMALE. ADULT OR YOUTH, Will And this BlMsn a pnra Toato, not d.HMoI-nl on bad Uquora for thsir «lt»o.t -"_t_g"-"-l«a* aB-cu. o DYSPEPSIA, And iiumm. R-ralttng from Disorders of the Ll-/-* aad DlfWtlv. Orgaa-, ■r. eared by HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. Thi. Bitter, ha. p-rf,,r*i_! mm-* Cure., gives bett.r Satisfaction, has mor* T-stlmony, aa. nisi Rwp*cb.bl. People lo vouch for it than aay otker articl. In Ihe a__rE*t. o W. defy any on* to contradict thi. asssrttou, and WILL FAT 11,000 to any ou. who will produce a cwtl _,ate publhdi-d by vi that U not genulu. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. Will Cat. .very Cms of CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY aud DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS. mß* Obsarv* th. following Symptoms, resulting from Won der, of th. Digesti v. Orgaa.: Oon.tlp.tion, Inward Pile., Fulm-M of Blixhl to the H"-d, Addlty of the Stomach. Nausea, Heartburn, Disgnat 1.-r Food, Fttlnsss or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Slnxiog or Fluttering *t the Pit of ths Sttan.ch, Swimming of tn. Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flattering at ths Heart, Choking or Suffo cating Sen witi.to. when in a lying powtnre, DtmiM.. of Villon, Dots or Webs 1.0 --fbre th* Sight, F»v.r and Dull Pain la th. Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel lowness of ths Skin and Eyes, Pain In tin- Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ac, Sudden Flu.be* of Heat, Burning in the Flesh. Constant Imagining, of Evil, and GREAT DBPRRSBION OF SPIRITS | REMEMBER That thi. Bitter. I* not Alcoholic, contain* ao Rum or Whlik.y, ud cannot mak. Drunkard*, bat i. tb. BsM Tonic in th* World. Read Who Says 80. [From tb* Rev. W. D. *_-"-M*d, Putsr of Twelfth Baptist Church, Philadelphia.| Gentl.men :—I h.V. recently been t.b-.ring under the distressing effecl i of ludig.-llou. accompanied by a pros tration ot th. uer' ■"s system. Numerous reme-li.-s were ret-ommend-d by friands, and aoaie of thorn tasted, but without relief. Your liooflaud's lit.rtnait Bitters wtf« recommended by person, who h*d tried them, .nd whose favorable mention of thtsr* Bitter, inducad as* to try them. I must confess that 1 bad an aversion to Patent Medicine* from tb* ■__-"__ 'nd and tin." quack "Bitten," who*e only aim seems to I a to palm off sweetened and drugged liquor upon ths e-iramu.lty In . sly way, and the tendency of which, I fear, I. to make many a confirmed ■trunkal-,! Upon learning that your, was realty a m*_l clnal preparaUoa, I took it with happy affect. It. Ac tion, nut only upon the stomach, but upou th. nervous system, ws* prompt uid gratifying. I feel that 1 have derived great aud penuaneut benoflt from tlie as* of * lew bottle.. V*ry respectfully your., W. D. SRIOFRIED, No. 264 BhackainaEon street. JL irrom tli - Rev. B. D. I endal), AssisUnt Editor Christian Chronicle, Fhttadelphia ] I bmvc ■ruri-l decided benefit from ths use of H<*f land's 0 i man Blltnrs, and f-»sl it ray privilege to r-scom* nwnd W "vi as* Most valuable tonic, to all who are suf- I'-rini; oin general debility or from H_— arlaing from derai -.-incut of tha liver. Tours truly, E. D. J.BNDAI.L. [From tb* R»t D Herrige, Paator of tha Pateayunk Baptist Church, Philadelphia.] From tbe many respectable recommendation! given to II i-often it's Gennaa Bitters, I was induced to give them a trial- After using several bottles I found them to be a good remedy for dabthty, aad a moat excellent tonk for the stomach. D. MKHRI-U K. [From the Rev. Wm. Smith, formerly Peator of the Vln centowu and MUlrille (N. J.) Baptist Churches, j Having used in my family a number of bottlea of yonr Hon (land's German Bitters, I hate to aay that I regard them as au excellent medicine, specially adapted to re ' riio-in the diseases tbey are recommended fur. They strengthen and invigorate the system when debiliUted, ' and are useful iv disorders of the liver, loss of appetite, Ac. 1 have alao recommended them ta several of my friends, who have tried them, and found them gruatly bunoficial In the restoration of health. 1 Youn truly, WM. SMITH. No. 9M Hutchinson street, Philadelphia. ' 3V - fProin th. X.v Jcaaph H. Eenn.rd, Paator of th. Tenth M.pti.t Church.] I' I have been frequently requested to connect my nam* B with commendation, ot differsnt kinds of medicines, bnt q regard)ng the practic* a* out of my appropriate sphere, I' . bsve in ail cases declined *, bat with a clear proof tn va rioui instance*, and particularly in my own family, of th. V \ usefalnem of Dr. Hoofland'l German Bitters, I depart ft*- fl one. from ray usual eourw. to exprra. my full conviction / that, for general debility of the ryitem. and especially for lAotr Complaint, U is a safe and mlmabU preparation. In some cues it may fail; but usually. I doabt not, it _ will b. very bww-cial to Iho*. who suffer -Turn tbe abov* (] cause*. Yours, very i, spc ifully, . J. H. KBXJtARD, L Eighth below Costa* .treet. J Philadelphia, D_remb*r 11, 18*4. , llev .1.. Herman, of ths German Reformed Chnrcb, I Kutstown, Berks County, Pa., was rured of Dyspepsia of f twenty years standing. _ __. , A. M. Spsngler, Editor of the i*__n'i. No. 26 North t Sixth street Philsdelphia, wys this Bitten was recom- moaded to him by a medical friend, and lis bottle, rurad , him of complet* pro.tr.tiou of th. uervon. system. Rev. J. Niwt.iu Brown, B. D , Bditor of th* Encyclopedia \ of Religion! Knowledge and Chr-tian Chronicle, Pbil- . edelphia. Rev. Thomss Winter, I. I>, Pastor of Roxborougb Baptist Chnrch. _____■ Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor of th* Baptist Chnreh, Psm barton. H. J., formerly of the North Baptist Church, Philadelphia, at prawn! Pastor of the Baptirt Church I at Chester, Pa. Thee g.iitieni.n •-.press, la th. stroagest terms, tbnlr favorable epl.iea *f that Bit.ers. r» *»Eir-"f* 0P COUNTERFEITS! tf Se* that the signature of "C. M. JACKSON" i.en the wrapper of each bottle. tf Should your nearest Druggist not have th. arti cle, do not he pat elf by .By of th. intoxicating prepara tion* bat may b*offered la its place, but Mad to us, and we will forward, securely packsd, by express. PnisoiF-t Office .aa NuriiiTur, HO. Ml A_h_H BTIdUT. Pan n-irau. Pa. ' JONES & EVANS , i fßaeMsssn toC.II. JACKSON A 00.1 PROPRIETORS, tf F.r Ml. by Pwigglsls aad Daalar. la *v«-y town Ul th. L'ntwd lut* d__-_»w) y , She ftorfalk f t. FRIDAY, MARCH 23. 1866. \ QUALITIES THAT COMMAND I SUCCESS. JAM!- M. BEEBE. This Ib a name that is good for mil lions. Placet! in the right conjunction, the autograph 1b worth a fortune to him whohe.dsit. It Ib announced that ilic owner of the name is abont to retire from business. He must submit to the penalty which his reputatiou as a rich man impoaes, and consent, to have a few words said about his business career, w- -"-.use i-flections can be drawn from It, .hat vrtll serve aa le__on» In industry, perseverance, method and correct per sonal habits, to the young men who are about entering Into, or are preparing for a mercantile life. Mr. Beebe came to Boston some forty yean ago, from his orphan home in Pittetleld—a lad. with no connections, no means, no references—hie sole capital consisting of a light heart, a determined spirit, and a scanty wardrobe. But lads like him know nosoch word a* fall. We do not know what the llroitof his youth ful ambition was, whether he looked upon the rich men of that day a.na de termiued to become aa they were, and much more abundant. But we can readi ly believe that his Imagination, like » skillful architect, had already construct ed glorious castles, even before he found i em ploy ment. 11 Is a question, however, whether the romance of his boyish hopes ever extended to the bright reality he to day enjoys, of being the leading mer chant in his line in the city of his adop tion, with a fortune to lean up.m that ' seems almost like the accumulations of some genii in Oriental story. We are unable to state where Mr. i Beebe was first employed, or how long his apprenticeship, if he served any, lasted. We first And him in business for himself In a small retail dry goods store, on Hanover street, near the bridge that crossed the "creek" which then flowed through the city from near Warren bridge, emptying itself near the head of Commercial street. There Mr. ' Beetle laid the found-turns of his pros permia fortunes; here he began a career which has led him up to tho foremost mercantile positions in New England. It would be curious to know precisely what vision--, If any, rose before the mind of the young tradesman as lie stood behind his unpretending counter, patiently measuring out six cent cotton, cutting patterns of nlnepenny calicoes, ' selling a paper of pins hern nnd a piece of tape there. It surely was a modest and unpretending beginning. Others who began with him have long since ceased to be known in business affairs; a few have succeeded to moderate for tunes, buttbemajority—where are they? In a speech of General H. A. S. Dear born, some years ago, he made the re mark that ninety-four of every hundred who engaged in business were unsuc cessful, and either became bankrupt or failed to secure anything more thun a vexed and.troublesome livelihood. Tbe remark was controverted, but statistics were produced to prove its truth. The suggestion of th<**General opens an in quiry that may be followed up even in tliese days with profit. Fortunes of a colossal size have been made iv a day, las It were, and many men who at the commencement of the present ilt-cade were very poor, are now among tho very wealthy. But, then, while cases of this kind exist, there are thousands ami tens of thousands who, hastening to be rich, have gone down hopelessly into the gulf of bankruptcy. It cannot be doubted that our young haberdasher of Hanover street showed forth those qualities which command success and are sure to win it. He was patient, Industrious, persevering, mind ful of small things as well as those of greater appearance, prompt witli his oustomers, punctual with those from whom he procured his supplies; whose word was as good as bis bond, aud whose promises even in the most trivial mat ters were redeemed at tho moment they were due and In the precise manner In which they were given. These are the elements that go to make up v success ful man in any walk of life; they are 1 particularly needful to establish charac , ter on an enduring basis in mercantile . walks. Taken together they form what ' the Son of Siracli calls diligence iv busi r nest: "Seest thou a man diligent in business? He shall stand before kings ; hesballnot stand before mean men." Pursuing steadily the purposes he had formed of rising in business life, Mr. Beebe, while he discharged the duties of bis citizenship, never became mixed up iv party politics; never manifested any , ambition to stand as a political leader; it never had any time to bestow upon nian -1 aging polititeal campaigns, and the only , political office we at present know of his ■ having filled ia that of member of the " Constitutional Convention of 18-53. To lay foundations deep aud strong is tin main thing. Here in the little shop I' ou Hanover street.the future millionaire became the architect of hiaown fortune. Looking back upon his career it will not do to say that he was lucky; or that he was "born with a silver spoon in his mouth." The upright merchant who retiree after years of toil with the fruits of his diligence, is lucky as Newton was, as Napoleon was, as Shakespeare was, as all are who would reap success from their exertions, whig is, as one of the old poets has said of poetry, "the mellow fruit of toil intense." It is generally estimated that Mr. Beebe retires with a fortune of rather more than four millions of dollars. But to hint anything on that score Is treuch lug, perhaps, ou forbidden ground, in asmuch as, not very long ago, a custo dian of a large fortune seemed to think it uu impertinence for a newspaper to do anything more than to look upon rich men with silent reverence and awe. Retired men of wealth like him are gazed after with longing eyes; his for tunatwill continue to be discussed, and, whether vulgar or not, we will wager v three cent piece that more is and will be said about ft In Beacon street and Com monwealth avenue circles than in less pretentious quarters, and that the ques tion, "what will he do with it ?" will be oftener asked there than elsewhere. No doubt the possessor of millions will find enough to do with it. He may become, by judicious donations, the benefactor of the poor all about him; he may, by bis sagacious benev ence, build for himself mounuments in ten thousand grateful hearts. Like Pea body of London—a merchant, whom to name is an honor,—an American mer chant—a son of Massachusetts, —he may, a by caring for the dwellings of the poor be remembered centuries hence, and b. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING. THE NORFOLK POST O-Wr, tb. bt-t term, to AnT.arma.- and it. pria- »■»• with umpmmi _dr.rt_.-, mtm a. "£Ltamm or !__. «■ -™— win b. For aST IISI. mmm. f»*»£££ .barged, aad for -eh *%***** I-tM"" Iwr " "mmmmT'Amtim** - * ■**-**• **"«* ____£__£ mm aZmtw °"~> ,nmm m IZmZ IZZtmStmmT** •«« •-*• ■n T trr, Z Buslne, Oar.hr, rtv. mmmWf* m**** nm BH* advertl-mr-nt. »*** <n +**~+ nt tiers monthly* .-rr_:e_-^,"i^^sn™ 3S_wftSife» ..Uim with the partnacli of I*, I *■ el" to tl c blind, feet was I to the tatM. I X was a father to the poor, and he eg- Hint I knew not 1 searched out. »« r^rsir^K'^ is_sre«SMfar-# t ihmrv or a "Cooper Institute, 'ano Sff&t- to Ifj *im«.made n the distribution* tV -* esU?o, through theclaimsof heot o < _«. the unfaithfulness of xc c misadventures M "V«,*_A> *&& gresaion: We have -^°'« lft l *(. industry Beebe is comparatlv. - punctuality. Mr. liccnc v rf of usefulness and of happiness in store for him.— Boston Qnmerctal. »-——, ■ - "■ -He-who would thrive must rise at Bre." go „,,,.. (h* pvov*rt>, tiu-ngh tlioro is mar* rbym* than reason In It, for. If He who would thrlvo must rise at li v*. it must .-Haw naturally, • - U, "vho'd thrive more mu.t rl— at Ibur; aud It will in«o,** * conseqnenc* that, lit. who'd at.''l "lot*' thriving he Mu-i lenve In- bed at turn of lhr*e; And who thi. la.''*r would outdo Will rouae him at __". st-oke of two. Aud, by way of climax lo it .11, l* should lie hold got,, I that lie who'd nevev be Ollblnn*, Must ever rl.* a. noon as on*. But the best illustration would be Ho who'd flourish best of all, Should never go to bed si all. . A SANTORIN ERUPTION. RISINII OF A NEW ISLAND. The Atliciiß a.rr_H-)u-*-_leii. of t he i..,n - lon Times gives the following d*»c._p .lon of the uew Greek island, ami a\ tho maimer in whicli it has risen I'rtWn th. tea: A new islam! tiegaiito rise above tho level of the sea In jjpe Bay of Them, ■"aptorin, on the 4th in -1., fnu\ iv Aye lays n Hltiiiiii'.l the h, iejit ftf from 130 le-l to I.'.ii feet, with a 1.-mkl is>pf upwai ,U ifß6o feet, and a breadth of lnO feet. It rontinues to increase, and consists of a rusty black metallic lava, very heavy, and resembling half smelted scoria whicli him boiled from a surface.. It •ontiiiiis many small whitish semi transparent particles disseminated through the muss like quartz or felspar. The shape of Han tori n on Hit- nlapjß-h is an idea of Its volca lie formation. It appears to be the eanterii half of an im mense crate)', stretching in a semi-circle roundabay in which the sea now covers the seat of volcanic action. The destrue tlon of the southwestern rim of the crater let in the water. The northwestern portion is the island of Therawia. The hay is about nix geographical miles long, and upwards of four miles broad. Near tho ceutre there are three Islands which have risen from the sea duringei options recorded In history, -Palaia, Nea, and Mikre Kaimene, or Old, New and Little ..unit (Island), naming them in their order from west to east. The present eruption commenced on the -Ist of Jan uary. A noise like volleys ofartilhry , was heard, but without any earthquake. On the following day flames issued from the sea in a part of the bay called Vol kanos, where the water is always dis colored and impregnated with sulphur from abundant springs at the bottom. Tho flames rose at intervals to tho height of lo feet, and were seen at times to issue from tho southwestern part of Nea Kaimene. That island was soou rent by a deep fissure, and the southern part sank considerably. On the 4th of February the eruptions became more violent, and the sea moie disturbed. Ons forced itself up from the depths wi.h terrific noise, resembling the burst ing uf a steam boiler; flames arose at in tervals, und white smoke, rising steadi ly, formed an immense column, crown ed with a curled capital of dark heavy clouds. The now island was visible next morning, increasing sensibly to the eye as it rose out of the sea at no great distunie to the south of Nea Kaimene. The. new islantl lias been visited by Dr. D -kit-alls v man of science aud an able observer, who will record accurately .til the phenomena of tbe present eruption as it proceeds. Tlie heat of the sea rose from U2 Fahrenheit to 122 as near tlie vicinity of volcanic action as it watt safe to approach. The hoi torn of the sea all round Nea Kai mene appears to have risen great ly. In one place, where the depth is marked on the Admiralty chart 100 fathoms, it was found to be now oiTly ."10, and at an other where it was 17 it is now only three fathoms. The new island, as it increases, will probably form a junction with Nea Kaimene. it grows, as it weio, out of tbe sea, the muss below pushing up wnrds that which is already above water. The lower part is hot, its fis sures, where they are deep, being 170 Fahrenheit, and the upper part after four days' exposure was found to be still 80. At present the centre of the volcanic lorce evidently lies far below the bottom of the sea, and only gases and smoke work their way through the incumbent j earth to the water, and escapes in noise flames and smoke to the surface, But shonl.l alissoreat tlie bottom ofthe sea allow the water lo penetrate to the fires that throw up tbe melted metal ofthe new island to tbe surface, an eruption may take place of a kind similar In that which destroyed i'ouipeii,, but lur more terrible. The eruption that formed the present island of Nea Kaimene began in 1707, and the volcanic action contin ued, without doing any serious daniai-o to the inhabitants of Thera, until 171;;. It is possible the present eruption may continue as long, and be as mild iv its operation. But as late in 1860 a terrible eruption laid waste great part of the in land, and raised au island on |ta uorth easteru coast, which soon sank again into the sea, leaving a shoal. The island of Old Kaimene made its first appear ance in the year 108 before the Christian ear. Its size was increased by several eruptions mentioued in history. Tbe ■ last addition it received was in 1157. , The Small Kaimene, which is nearest • to Tbera, wasthrown up in 1573. All the ) eruptions in the bay have been attended I- with similar phenomena. Why does the railway clerk cut a hole in your ticket? To let. you pass through.