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THE NOBFOuTpoST
No. 18 Roanokf Square
NORFOLK, Va
ad sold to Dealers and Nssn Boys st
TnßEfi DOLLARS PER HUNDRBE
or „ut to Htet-sn by ,„atl at the rate o UHBD
.aeabl., _ TEN "OLLAHS PER YEA R
££* ,nee ' s """ e copies ' at ** msmm tm
R..ldent, in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, Mr
mtmnmTZ?. "' ,M ' h *«"» * 5-* '•'
nd Z' ""' Te ' , I,J " Clir ™ r ' ''J' le -"'«B em name
mm? '"" ,h for th,
T-RMS OF ADVERTISING
THE
NORFOLK POST
For the Y
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Ail 0(i: l. tm
•*qn*re(i:!,„ f .. nlid> ,. , ;
, one ti.tertiof ' ' ■«"* _~
lortsi. i. « n ,;"••••■•, alas.
ionsre » ~ two insertions, 110
ionai-i. „ ~ ' ,I "' < '" inaerllons, 175
(qua, .. ,| ioni'lnsertions, 200
'qnau . ~ „ five Ina.n lions, 225
tnd one dolla. s,„i so on " *"" «. 250
iqnare « .. „ tvr > months, 12 00
*««_««J..l*» » n,o,„b ,„ r ein'HdoSi " "
(.uares, 1,1 „ci c,,,t, discount fro,,, the above
S..nLre."n i ' l '^ , ' r .™ ,I ™»«''T r *.
St|Uaree, io ■> •> n „ „ „
Bqu'iree, 2ft ~ „
' Column, .10 i a „ „
I Column, (0 >> >• .. ~ „ „
Column. 70 '• >. v .. „ „
iColumn one jear ,„. „
one year.... ?,?' 9 1 '
1 Column one yoar ..!!'.'.!!'..."". .""!'.' 360 00
•petal contracts enlered into, when"desired' will,
SS KhU ] W ester,, ye Job-Mce
patronatte will be consid.rcd „■ arrsi.ging tern,,
or
_!■_-. *^T*™t-B-_
- .-CHANGE OF HOUR.
On snd after MONDAY, March 13th Ihe steamer M
MARTIN Capt, TO BAn«. will Ic.'' .Vrl" i for
Richmond, ever)-.TUESDAY, IHCMDAY and SATUK
DAY, at 6 o'clock, A. 51.
■"M 2 - I **' ?■ J. MAHTO*. Ajsnt,
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLERS
AND SHIPPERS.
THE OLD AND KSTAI.I.ISI'EP
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.,
Carrying th.
UNITED STATES MAIL,
snd
ADAMS' mil FREIGHT,
o well snd favorably known to the Traveling Pnblla
" as the
OLD BAY LINE,
Aye now Ru»ning their _oagniflcen(,safe andtomniodioits
teams!*,
THOMAS KELSO,
CAPT. GEO. W. RUSSELL:
ADELAIDE,
CAPT. JAMES CANNON;
The THOMAS SIUO was built for, and is eiprettiy
Adapted to, the Pay Itiui(e, and excels in (lie rple&dor of
- her outfit any steamer now (dying tliese waters. Plie is
provided witti Hot aud Cold Paths, and all modern
wnvenlenci..
Tli* ADELAIDE has been recently rebuilt and refnr
aished ttirougbout. Her iiccotiiinoilatii.ns are of a
uperior order, the is so well _rawa (hat further com
ment it onun rs..,il V.
These Steamers leave the Company*) Wharf, on Wide-
Water street, opposite the Atlamic Iron Works, Norfolk,
DAILY, at 4 o'clock, and High Stn at Whart,Por_smuutli,
at 4:30 o'clock, r. m„ lUNDAXS EXCKPTES, touch
ngatOld Point.
Pitwougcrs by this Line arrive in Baltimore in
time to connect with tha early train-, to Waahiagtcsj and
all poinis North and West.
Baggage checked to all point*, and and
baggage eouvi-Yc.l (o the depol i Ets« of f bar**.
The B'lnirf.if (he Ciniipany bar. been pn( in cxcllenl
order, anil is fitted expressly mi Me protaothm of
and otiier accommodation of Rblfipsrs,
frdght taken at low rales ni.il prcmptly dellvtled.
For further irloiriiiitlon Inqnlrscf B.C. HALL, ogent,
Peftsmonlli, or to the Purser of tlicPteauieis.
THO9. n, WEBB, Agent.
Norfolk, V...
Norfolk, December 12.1865. decl2-tf
UOR
RIO DE JANEIRO.
CALLING AT
BT. THOMAS,
PARA,
PERNAMBTH'O
ami BAHIA.
he Boiled Stales and Brai.il Mail M*M-» Col.ipi.i,y
wdl dispatch regularly,
ON TIIK 29th OF EVFhY .MONTH,
A NEW AND FIBST-CLABi
STEAMSHIP,
"ft, leave at 8 o'clock, r. _, from Har - Noi'lh River.
All letlsra have lo pass tbroagh tbe Prsmfflra.
An exparisneed Surgeon will be la Mmttm oa
oard.
m -vi,. .1.,—, v-.i.i- olcndid n''or_imoda
ror froigh( and J...Me. as ', „„
i .« Tlir- ' ' 10 A CO.,
ens, apply to mtm "- •
' ' j f. iy jj . Haw lioik.
__________________________HB_pea 1 :~~''-".^ a ** 99Wmmmm
WALKER & <•%, porters OF
■» _urn OINi
0 RUM,
.■ -j Dtillt! l« 'll"""
RBON & OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Agon(s for the Am, near, ViiKage Company's
| CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES.
BIITKBB ' „ncR,
claret,
champagne
areuntvertallyieoommcn^dby,^™
which are cfeua attnt » w^uu _ l & COj
No. 8 Commercial Row, Norfolk, Va.
-tf
JWQHT e% JO-nSiWM
wirniFaALE DKAtBRS IN PAPER ANT) PAPER
WHOt MANUFACTI'ItERS MATERIALS.
ArrS NTIONI-ATIENTIONH-AT7ENTWNt!
We sre constancy pnrclnuaug, for Cash-
BILLS,
LETTERS,
and NEWSPAPERS,
*. wbtch we pay the
Ho. 21 Smith Charles street,
.«gl2-«_____ **>»"*
f M. SMITH & BBQTB-SB,
V c COMMISSION MBROHANTS,
Agent* for the New York and Virginia
Steamships
NIAGARA" AND "SARATOGA."
OFFICE AT THEIR OLD WAREHOUSE.TOWN POINI
J9-LI---I. ASTASOM made on "-ipn-^'-J^*
Tork. ___—
"PITT INI'HYPURSE!'
ROAD TO WEALTH !!
throughout tho enKre world, for (be sale oi oui
WATCHES. JEWELRY, SILVER-WARE, MUSICAI
BOXES, ALBU.MS and OTHER ARTICLES,
■neraetic uer.ons of good habits and fair business tart
SX.™ r* p« ™« ">, •!»' ™™!<*; *"* a mucl
laigor amount in thickly Mtthsl localities I
NO CAPITAL REQUIRED ! !
Bamoles or our Articles, to tlran,,.unt of |3, will be sen
'and if not perfectly sati.-. to.
*°s.„ I vn'ur nddrws, if yen are of uu industrions turn o
______£ in Sor imnieil. ~c w.nld,! 1 Din-ct to
Bind ana in qucsi j, AKKINsION ,_ cO , Imisirters,
,-i_tf 20S Broadv>ay, Mow York.
M. SMITH A BROTHER,
* OKNBRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TOWN POINT, HcarciJt.Ta.
J. MABBDEN SMITH. WM. H. SMITH
-p UL E D WORK
having procured a RULINO MACHINE, ths Nortoi:
Jfitt. ™Ofliee is now prepared to All orders for rue
w rk of every desorip«ion at short notice, in IheJJi!
«ye. __.." *~_
rtLD NEWSPAPERS,
V&tablo for WRAri'lKO PAPER-for tale at tbi
offlce. ' -_____—
MANIFESTI
FOR SALS AC THIS OFFICK
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
MEW 'L [_fS BTEAMJ,Rs'
POR OLD POINT AfiD BALTIMORE.
CARRYII-fU
THE NATIONAL and HARNDEN'S
o EXPRESS FREIGHT.
0 Tin. now and elegant Stesmers,
\ GEO. LEARY (Cuptßin Blakeuiaii),
1 JAMES T. BRADY (Captain Landis),
0 DICTATOR, (Capt. Mulligan,)
|j Leave Norfolk lor Baltimore, DAILY, Cundavs exeunt
u ed; at , r iL 4 o'clock, cm. '
Through Tirkctß sold for all principal cities North and
West. Passengers and baggage Irausferred from boat to
ars free of charge.
Fare to Baltimore $4 00
" " " aud return 600
The Superior Accommodations
. offered by Ihe
1 NEWLINESTEAMERH
. are well known by the traveling public. Tho Steamers
B an mil M.i, , construct, ,1 wilh great regal d to speed,
comfort and s-sfety, and are commanded by experienced,
r courteous and attentive officers. Their superior speed
roubles tliem to lonlo, tat* connections with all trains,
— tleiicbv causing nu deluv al -jithei end of the route to
travelert.
Tho Euro has been redncM hy tb- geniral solicitation
of the (raveling public, to whom we feel grateful lor
. their very literal patronage, which, we trust, by a Just
course, hi lon liniir to merit.
H B-Paaiougera and baggage transferred to and
r from Porte-north free 01 churge.
Leave Nortii k from wharf foot of Roanoke and Market
Squares. y\ y. TOMPKINS,
/,-ent.
PEOPL £'8 LINE FOR NEWBERN
AND TnE
INTERIOR OF NORTH CAROLINA I
CARRY.NO THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
Tha Only and Entirely Hew Hon—,
The, Stean: ers of this will leave mail wharf, Norfolk
for Newbern, un (be arrival of (lie boats from Baltimore
on Tuesdnys, Thursdays and Batai nttAm,
Returning, will leave Newberu Tuesdays, Thursday,
and Saluri-ay., counectiug with railways for Goldsborougb,
ltaleigii, Weldon, Keanfort, Uorabend City aud Wilming
ton.
' The various lines of Rallw-nys are nearly all completed
in the Btateof North Carolina, and passengers will tinve
little or no difficulty in reaching their destinstiou on any
of the lines of Hallway.
Ths boats are of the first class, and commanded by roeu
of experience, who wilt sco no pains spared to make pat*
Bcngers comfortable.
Being entirety an Inland Route, it wilt be ionnd far more
pi ear ant than by a sea reute.
O-Freight taken at Low Rates.
1 For further information, apply to
IW. C EDWARDS,
1 Roanoke island, N. C.
Geo. ClivsT, Newb.ro, N C-1 )y I— if
;VT O T I C E
CHANGE OF TIME.
1 Daily Lfne (o and from
HAMPTON.
On and after the
• 4tii DAY OF APHIL, 1366,
I The New and Com mod ions Steamer
I CHARLES HOUGHTON,
' • CAPT. A C.'WIIITWEV,
will leavo IIAMrTON DAILY (SUNDAYS excepted)
, at B, aud OLD POINT at 8:BO a. tn., for
NORFOLK,
touching at
PORTSMOUTH.
Will leave
NORIOLE
at 3: 30 p. m.
FOR HAMPTON,
toucbing ai Porumoulh and Old Point.
For freight 01 p__■*, apply to THOMAS BAILEY,
Agent at Old Point. D.C BALI,, Agent at Poitamoulb,
J AMES W. BROWN, Purser o( the St-.unier, or at tho
vrili.r of tbe Steamer in Norfolk.
THOS. U. WEBB,
ep3—tf Agent.
r o T I C E .
On and afler the 2«tb INSTANT, the Si-s—ianof the
, Baltimore Steam Packet Company,
OLD BAY LINE,
will I—vo thn Company's Wharf nsi Fio«l Wide Water
si i vi. opposite the Atlantic Iron Works, Daily, fur
BALTIMORE.
„ OLD POINT,
" CHERRYSTONE,
MATHEWS,
v. GLOUCESTER au 1
YORKTOWN.
T. 11. WEBB, Agent.
Norfolk, November 28. 16(36, nov2B—tf
TT AR.NDEN IxPRE 8B .
NO, 16 ROANOKE AVENUE,
Belween Main and Wide Water Slree's.
SREIOUT, MONEY, aud VALUABLES forwarded wilh
care and desj.ab-h lo all paris of the United States.
Our W»goiiswill call in uuy part of the city or Ports
mouth for goods.
Express closes for the North 3.50 P. at.
■ " '■ South 6.30 "
apS—tf F. R. HILL, Agent.
B rplllßT Y-T WO Y~E ARS
ii -—
HA _ff .V E S S ,
mv vsr
A FAIR TRAVELER
VNDE"(I THS ITttE OP
BRIGGS & ROGERS,
ROGERS <i LANGLEY,
/ BURRUBS, ROGERS d LANGLEY
N. A. THOMPSON & CO.,
It o w
W. B. ROGERS & CO.,
N.O 30 WIDE WATER AND ROANOKE STREETS,
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA,
— Import*** ast Disliss ■
—■ -mea, mma ,
» C '"' B,TTERS '. ALE,
TORTER,
IT
And all oilier 0.-ods ntnally found In a Pasi-ClAis
__ Wine and Liquor Store,
II Which we offer to the Trade and to consumers at
THE LOWEST RATES.
W. B. ROGERS A CO.,
m\ No. 20 Wide Water and Roanoke streets.
T feb3-tf ~.".,.■
T E M -_L v A L •
HENRY P."WORCESTER
fit, has removed to
' eh NO. 37 WEST WIDE WATER STREET,
In rear or the Custom Hon.e, whore he will continue the
n. neral Frflarillni! and-Comnilss.'on business as bereto
sut ,e° hi. friend, at bis nrnv
T, :i„i,'oa.ol merit
SJf A full iiseortment of PERKINS, Mfcßn a i/U. o
PURE CALIFORNIA WINES
aiway, ou hand and (or -**£»^*sSh_.
— febl-tf No- 37 West Wide Water street.
TVf^ir'T^w" 1 N E.
!n ,tor. a few ess*. MALT^ W™E. or jPAIJB
ALE In pint bottles, introdnrcd to supply ,I >«!fP r "|
dem«dof Pl.,'.lciane»nd Families for a nur eferm aauri
— ex'ract nf main ami ho|», (hat coul 11 >c «* ely u.eo
. whenever, during convaleaceece from sicknes. or in fee
ble states of health, an Invig, rating mslt'"!""'».'"'''.
oik cited or prescribed. It 1. a light Ale, and very nice foi
led table use. . . __,
est vnce only J2 7. mm aot.ro
** TIP TOP" and liqnor S-o 1
a If r*n_V thf Atlmitic ■* f>^[_
_. OMOKING TOBACCO. "
bin _>^
KJ A PERFECT NOSIOAY.
— Try it. Tobefenndonlyatthe „
B Wine and Liqnor Store,
febS-tf Cll_T_*A*d»»«'«not*l.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
I*VJ_.W YORK AND VIEOINIA
KUMt COMPANY,
THE
OLD LINE,
roa
NEW YORK.
Th. N.w and Elegant Side Wheal ItsaaUh p.,
NIAGARA,
GEORGE W. COUCH, COMMANDER,
and
SARATOGA,
A L. KING, COMMANDER,
Leave Norfolk for New York every
WEDNESDAY tnd SUNDAY, AT 8 o'clock. A. a.
Returning th«v will leave New York every
WEDNSBDAY snd SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock, v. a.
For expedition and security thla route, as past cvperl
ance has proven, will be found tbe liest in every reaped.
Iv the construction of these Stesmers NMWI a(ten
(i in has been paid to the hniab an,l couiforl of tho Sa
loons and 8ta(o-Ronnis, lv order lo induce (ravel by
th em.
Passenger, can secure their Tickets and State-Rooms
before the arrival of the ships by applying to Ihe Agents.
When ordering good, from New York, thn patrons of
the line arc. requested to order by tbe "OLD LINE,' New
Y<«-k snd Virginia Steamship Company, llei 21, North
Elver.
Freight taken at low rates.
I ,T. M. SMITH A BROTIIEn,
I dec23—tf Agerts, Town Point, Norfolk.
I A TLANTIO e6eV_.T MAI
| STKAMKHTT LINE
FOR NEW YORK!
i THE NEW AND FIRST CLASS SIMS-WHEEL
STEAMSHIPS
HATTERAS AND ALBEMARLE,
Will leave Norfolk Ibr New York aa follows:
HATTERAS, Capt'n Lewis Parihii,
Will leave Dickson's Wharf every TUESDAY NIGHT
immediately after receiving mrgo-
ALBEMARLE, OaFT. H. A. Boukmk,
Will leave Dickinson's Wharf every SATURDAY NIGHT
Immediately after receiving cargo.
Paesonger. by (Ids line will be only one night at les.
Returning, these Ship, leave New York eveiaa
WEDNESDAY and 9ATURDAT, ■
at 12 «., from Pier No. 66, North River.
These Bhips have superior accommodations for passen
gers aud freight.
The undersigned having been appointed Agnnl of (bis
Line, would respectfully aak the continuance if the pa
tronage heretofore so liberally beatowd liy the unbltc,
and would beg leave to assure Ibein thai he will endeavor
to give sati .(action.
All freight .hipped by this Line will be taken at low
rates apd promptly delivered.
Passage and rooms can be secured before the arrival of
the steamers lev apply—| at the office.
For Freight or Passage, apply at the ofilce of tlie Com
pany, on Dickson's Wharf, East Wide Water street, ad
joining the wharf of tho
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COMPANY.
,ianl2—tf T. II- WEBB, Agent
"OACIFIC MAIL BTEAMISHfP
COMPANY'S THROUGH LINE
TO CALIFORNIA,
TOUCHING AT MEXICAN PORTS,
ASP
f All HYING THE UNITED STATES KAIL,
THROUGH IN TWENTY-TWO DAYS.
Steamships on.tlis Connecting on ths Pacific
Atlantic: with the
ARIZONA, COLORADO.
HENRY CIIAUNCEY, CONSTITUTION.
NEW YORK. GOLDEN CITY.
OCEAN QUEEN, SACRAMENTO
NORTHERN LIOHT, GOLDEN AGE.
COSCA RICA, MONTANA.
Ac, Ac.
One of the above Urge and .plendid Steamships will
leavo Pier Nc 42 North River, foot of Canal atreet, nt 12
o'clock Doon. on the Ist, 11th and 21 st if every mondi
(except when those dates fall on 9nnday. and then ou (he
preceding Batusbat), for ASPINWALL, connecting, Wa
Panama Railway, wilh ouenf (he Company's Steamship's
from Panama for SAN FRANCISCO, tonchiog at ACA
PULCO.
Departures of Ist snd 21st coui.ect at Panama wilh
Steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMER
ICAN PORTS. Those of Ist touch at MANZAXILI.O.
A discount of ONE QUARTER fioai steamers' rates al
lowed to second cabin and steerage passengers wilh fam
ilies. Also, an allowance of ONE QUARTER on through
rales to clergymen snd their families, and school teach
ers: soldiers having honorable discharges, HALF FAKE.
Onr. Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage masters accompany baggage through, aud attend
to ladies and children without male protectors. Baggage
received on the doik the day before sailing, from st—ui
boats, railroads, and passenger! who prefer to send down
early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. MMlcines and at
tendance free.
For ratsage Tiokets or further information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Offlce, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
CANAL STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
raarl6-3m F W. G. BELLOWS^Agent^
MIBOgLLANIOUS.
RI G HT, CARTER & iTo.,
GENERAL SOUTHERN LAND AGENCY,
No. 62 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK,
Neer.tiate LOANS for FARMERS and PLANtERd;
al» for ASSOCIATIONS, CORPORATIONS and ( 051-
PA.NIES and partnershioe lor the cultivation of (.1)1-
TOS SUOAfc HICK and all SOUTHERN PRODUCTS;
also for the LUMBER aud TURPENTINE business.
Procure WHITE LABOR, native ur foreign, to supply
special demand. Orders are soiic!l*d. WTV .v- n
Organise Associations for th. development of *«NIM>
and .MANUFACTURING interests and the SETTLE-
M^hlsfand"o h rw?ii'-A U CH.NERY,IMPLKMENT S ,
SUPPLIES, *c, for FARMERS, PLANTERS and
.1 TV I! t)fi
' Give careful attention lo the collection and securing of
debts, and Gie adjustment and settlement of claims of
c vi-rv detciiptioD ■ , _,
Tlieir lifrospondeDts and arsociatee are men ofthe
highest |3Kt_B_.l ability, b-ir.ss* «!>*£.•» and social
posllion in ihoii- reepecli.o localities. Their plan of
business is thoroughly systematic, »* »» ,B uel^' ' "!*
rarefullv arranged to ensure the ntmost responsibility
ability- All bminnssoutrneted to them or their
will receive prompt attention. Their
„22____ wl.l contist of COMMIB
SIONS, and charge, will be moderate.
AUTHORIZED REFERENCES.
PETER COOPER E*j., New York.
A A LOWE, EsqTpres. Charmber of CciamMce N.Y.
.IAS COOKE, Ew M Philadelphia.
GEO H. STUART, Esq, Philadelphia.
HBO. " roLGiRjCARTWRIOHT A 00-,
jia. It, Wide Water Street,
Agents for the city of Norfolk."
dec 4
fyURNINQ ° y ' mis MUSEUM.
*•' TETTER FROM MR. BARNCM.
the de.tru.iion of the American
«ShaY proved a sorroTO lost to myself snd the pub
. u"7am hacjv to verify the odd adsgo, «s* - If, an ill
• wind thablows nobody good," and conis-quently con
aralulsteyou that year welt-known safe* have again de.
. moMtrate-l their superior lira-proof qoalltl.e in an ordeal
' "'rZtZ'.Z mode for me gome time ago was in the
office of the Museum, on the second floor, back pert of
t ™. boil ling, and in the hottest of the (ire.
After twentyfonr hour, af trial, it was found .mom;
.h*dehris%-donnponieglttbteday, has yielded up its
content. In very ordea-booh*. papers, policies of tn
™ran« lank Ibiff., all In cndilion «"•
' and "noble commentary on the tm.tworthiaees ol Her-
I ring. Fire-Prool Safe*.
s P. T. BARXTJM.
1 HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES*
The most reliable protection from fire turn kaown.
r Hmanra 4 Co'« Pateki Bj_—Jur Bs»_, with Herring
A 'aunt CryttslUed Iron, (he.best .canty
ateiatl a burglar-, drill ever *-*««»&, , w .
Ka —I Broadway, cor. Morray street, New York.
A CO., Philadelphia.
rA-as-, uaaa. hjrrtso A CO .Chicago.
to- KNOWLB k WAUOKD Agents, Rich-oad, Va
ocU-tt
B~~ l~~aTn_k d c c c
y FOB SALE M THIS OSFICE*
JEWF.LRY.
/lIFTH! OIFTH!! GIFTH!!!
SOMETHING N E W,
at
NO b» MAIN STKBET, NORPOLK
(1 B A N 1)
PRIZE DISTRIBUTION'!
The Charleston aud New Oilo.n. liift Knterprme.
Tbe largest and I i extensive of any (Jtft Association in
the Sentbern Statea, having branch tioutes at
I
NKW UM.KANS, LOUISIANsI, CHAKLK3TON,BOUTn
CAROLINA, NASIIVILIK I lANK-M-.l I
AI'IJISTA, GEORQIA, SAVANNAH, i. K>*l.(liA .
An 1 1i........ ...i pletrd (he chain by l-JHi.'.ilistilng Iho
ne ptu* ultra ..f Ihem all rl ;ht among the good poopl. of
Ihis City.
This, our it!"- NINO WKKK, we otfnr lo ou. nulomsrs
a nen and beautiful stock of
WATCHE.-*, '
.--ILVI.R ANH ri.ATETi WARE,
TKA
' Kll 1( CAKE A.ND CARD BASKETS,
ELK-iANT CA"!TOK-f,
iIOBLtiTS AND ( UPS, Ac, * , 4o etc'
I JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
' LAMlia' PKT9,
BHACELKT3, 1
i OKKTS PINC,
WATCH CHAINS,
GOLD RINGS,
-iL-CEVt. BDTTONa, At, So. I
i
. FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH, WITHOUT REfiARDTO
* VALUE
PLAN OF SALB.
We itive y,,ii sn envelope from sinonx a well mixed
niiinliei-. for which you pay twenty rive cents, mid find t
, eiifl.ised nn adviitisement or certifleale ronl.-iiii(n(, the
nainf of some on. artict. in the sale, wbl.-b you ran buy
for one dollar, If that arti.iw suits yon. and if It doe. Bet,
y.-u need not take it. but hsie a Photograph, wbit.h i.
worth at l.iist the money expended, ws will sell you
one envi lope !or (wrnty-iivi. c<-n(s; Aye (or one dollnr;
lliirty ti.r five ip.llars: seventy for teu dollars, and one
. hundred for iii.. n . ntlais.
Stf Call Parly and Secure h Valusbl* Prtze -^i
POHL, KANDALL &. CO.,
ANAO E R S ,
Chatl9s(on snd New Orleans Ol't Enterprise,
NO. 09 MAIN STREET, NuhFt'LK.
mwar7— 2 r -
T MPOHTANT ANNOUNCIOM ENT.
GREAT 8A L E
OF
WATCIir-i, CHAINS, DIAMOND RIVGS. Ac,
Oxt MIHIBS Pot 1...8S tI'oSTH I
to be iisposi ! of at
ONE DOLLAR EACH'
Williont repird to Vnlue I Not to be paid lor until you
know wbai yon are to receive!! I
Splendid List of Artirlesl! ":110 be sold at One Dollar
, Each It I
300 Miisi-nl Boxes tan to 150 each
15() Mi.si—l B—issvrttli Belts ACatUnstsjW lo hno "
fiOO Silver Toniwts nud Coffee Cms 20 to 50 " s
SUO Silver f'b ißna IHshe.. SO pi 100 " ,
IXHI S-.lvr Ire Pitrhsrs id t'-i 60 " _
fcoo Silver Syrup Caps wilh Salvers VO to 15 -
6000 Silver if oblet. snd Drinking Cups,... lit U *
3iXW Silver Castors 15 10 60 "
2UOO Frui(.(ard arid Calm li-skus SO to 60 ••
5000 Doncli Silvrr T. ft Spoons 10 to £0._.,«
10000 Dozen Silver Tsl.le Spoons A Forks iii) li 40 »
260 Gents' Gold HiiuUng-Cased Wntcbss 60 to 160 si I,
Zbl) Ladies' Gold mid En.n.n led Ilunlii.K
Cased Watches St ta 70 " .
f.OO Geiitn'Hnntlns-Ce. .Sil-erVstelnM. Bt la 70 •• I
200 Diamond Rinas JO to 100 " t
6000 Gold Vest and Noil; Chains Ato 30 " i
SOOO Gohi Orel Bead Brace lis 4to I !< r
6000 .t.t and i-jld Ura «!'■!■ 8(o 10 « f
2UOO Ctmlelaine (.'bains iti' linard Chans 6to 20 * t
.000 t_lll._ire and (.old Brwrh— -, 4to 10 " 1
5000 Com!. Opal nnd Emrratd Brooches... 410 8 " I
1 6000 Mosaic, .int. Ltiva and Florentins i
Ear Drops 4to 8 " I
' 7500* Coral, Opal and Em.reld Ear 'bops.. 4to fl " i
1 'llllSi I'liHtornifl D'iimoud Breaiit-I'ln. 260 to '10 » c
, SHOO Gold Fob and Vest Webb Keys 2.60 to 8 •' t
, 4,Shl Fob and Vert Riblion-Slides 'Is 111 " I
oo— Bets I—itaire Sleeve-Buttr.ns, Stud. •' i
Ac Sto 8 » I
30*0 O.'t 1 Thiiiihles, Prnclls, Ac 410 * "
its-Sio Aliuiature Lockets 260 to lo •*
' 4000 Miniature Lockels, Sjirllifi 10 to 20 "
,1000 Oold Toothpick-, Crosse., Ac-, ... .2 to S "
iOOO Plain Gold Kings 4 (o 10 "
, onO Chased Gold Rinss 4 to 11 "
liniOO Stono Sot and Sif net Bilijrs 260 lo 10 « ,
tOOOO CaJ-Wrnla Diamond Kincs 2to 10 " l
, .600 Scb, Ladies' Jewelry, del an 1 Gold - 5 (o 16 "
(iOOO Set. Ladies' Jewelry, Ciimro, Pearl, "
Opal and other St":i..s 4 ti 15 *
■ MOM Gold Pen., Silver Exlel—_. Battel " I
and Pen.ils 4 M 10 " »
\ 11.000 Gold Peas ami Gold Mounted Hold s 6to 10 " d
i.OOO Oiibl Pens.".nd GoldKitnision Hoi.is 16 lo 25 "
i 1.000 Ladies' Gil: ami.let Ilncklw 6to 16 "
COOO Ladies' Gil', and .let Hair Bars snd " I
Belli! 6 to 10 -
ABIIANDAI.E A CO, MANUFAfTURER-v *_HkV I
No. 167, Broadway, New York,
Announce (ha( all of lb;- aUve lirt of goods will be sold '
t for Osk Duma K<™-
Hi ooaai(ia*ti*e of the great stagnation er (rado in tlm ,
niiinul'ii'-iiiiiug dislriets ..( England, through the war '
having cut olTths supply of cotton, a largo quantity uf
V.ilii.ii.l.' .lewrlry, orfgiaalry ioiended fin- llu- Engtisii
market has bean san* all for sal* in (lii= connirv, AND I
BUST BE SOLD AT ANY SACRIFICE! i.ml-i (liese *
clreumstai-es. ;RI(A.NDALF. A CO, acting as agenis »
j,, r tlie priiirifinl Ki:ntp"an iiiaiinfaclnri rs, have resolved M
l Bpon atfreat Qift Appart.o,ninent to by divideil according a
(0 the following n-i.oili.ii..: _
Certificates ol (1i.. 1 vsrious irlicles ere put into enve- [
lopegind'si-riniinalely, si-i.ed up, snd xvhi-r. ordered, are I
tnken "lit without regard to choice, and s-nt iv mail,
t'-us showing nil fnvoritism. Or. receipt of the eartUkats
you will see ah it you are to liave, sn'l (hen ;: is at your
' ce-tlon to tend ths dollar and take ths wtMs or not
,* Purchascis may thus obtain a Gold Wet. b, Diamond
. Ring, or my set ol Jewelry on our b«t tat wi: DoltAß.
SEND St CENTS FOR CERTIFICATE. [
f In all tr.iTisactions by mail,we shall cbarireforforward
i-ig *nc Certificates, paying posta--ean't uoing tbe busi
' tiess" 25 cvniseiich, which mnst be enclfisest when the i
" Certiltciite it sent for. Five Certificates will he sent lor r
$1, eleven for $2, thirty for $6, siity-S-.e for $10; one I
'. bu'ndrfd for £15. '
1 WHAT THE "PRESS" SAY OF U3.
'' GarAT GirT PISSSISPIIO*.—A rare nppoilnliity il of- (
'' fered for obiab-.ifg watches, clmir.i diamond rings, silver- 1
ware etc .by Messrs. Arrnnrtnlo A C>~ a( No. Id; Broad- 1
c way' They have an train :i.,c stock of articles, varying in '
'' value, .ml all ■>" offered at one dollai ci.ii. The distri- c
lf billion is very fairly done-you ngr.e to takes fertifkate
* ~|a c eiUiin Viicl., eiiclo'ed in an envelope, and nre not
I reouired to pay vonr dollnr unless yen are satisfied with
r the article wliieii will ccrtaiull be worih more than that
r amount and may be HH or f 100. An excellent mode
■- Oils of inviting s dollar -Sunday Time*, N. Y. City, I
nbruary 19, 1565. «
Messrs Arrandalo A Co. have kma been personally
ktiownto us. and wo bcllev them to be every way f
. wor thy nt public confldenc c —xV. Y. Scottitch American ,
" Jour. June 11,61- I
We have inspected, at the nSce of Arr.mdile 4 Co., .
Aienci for European Mai:ifactnring Jewel). -, a lsrge
M ,nrtir.i-ntoffsshlonable and valuaUn Jeiv.lryof the
Z newest patterns. We slso noticed a large quantity of sil- .
varnlate and understand that the v-hoie of thi.e newly
- Loo, t."i'arliclcs ere to be disposed of on a novel prlnci.
nlo giving greet advantages to buyer" and affording ex
enstve employing! to agents. VI v know the firm In
„„«nion (.. i.« very isspustahlt tad tlioioughly worthy
~< pnbli.- < onudence, and riTOinn.end onr friend, to read
tbSr sdvevtis.mc.it -N. Y. Albion, September 3,1884. ,
* By Messrs. Arrandalo A Co.'s arrangement, the advsn-
II tagesmu-tbeon the side of the luslomer, lor he hat
i- every thing t" gain end nothing ronipi.rntively to lose
I n. . ku"'° wli.it he will get for hi. dollar befra-ehand. and
U tttf h« 1. DOC mtie.M.-N. Y. WeM,
Item*, Aug- 6, tm.
Z EaP-mixT foi LsniK-.-Tlie most eligibleand protl ,
* table cmi* ",ent we naveheard of for tndi. » is Aasals
~. ~f c.Ttifka(V* lor (-■•■ Great Out DUlri.- nil.-, of Arraudale ,
_. A Co. A toly of "nr >■ -ouainianc.h_ hna very aaeoas- ,
riiio (his wav ret only in (tiling her own purte, bu( sl-o ,
r doing Ta- t-n fotho- to whin, -he ..Id ,b- to»
j! fc,_T- wi" ■* "■•'■ "J "" «"«"»!"* ?"S«v i;.'r
* tlemen can also be thus cngag~.-A. Y. Sunday tier
curf, August l*. I* M -
In onr co'.nmn. the reader will Slid an edvertisem-nt
of Amluie I Co.. CO Wstrftjttioa ofwalche. lewalry
aid ™erw-.r. In psvmen* of that -.iver.ls._ent we
l.__t_Vv, ral nett of the Jewelr. ad.rrti*d, and we
that; iKith in finish snd quality,
S The,.«r.-««!*U
' just what they hsd beer, repreeented.-lr- loemocrat,
iLeanstoam,) Aag. 17, le»l.
AGENTS -***s want sgents in every rerrnent, aad In
JS-waaad-an-vin th. country.
i -Wen will be allowed 10 ce»ta on every C_(iß_ta ~r-
"■ "™i by them, provided their remitunce smountt w
enedollar Agent, will collect - cents (or erevy Certirl-
D c% nvA temaTlt, cents to ns, -thar in c_h or postage
• ur n**- ABBANDALE * CO,
J*a»-*t-.w iSTßrorfway.K.T.
MEDICAL.
! TBE GREAT STBEBiGTHENING TOXIC,
(NOT A WHISKEY PREPARATION .
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS,
urn ctras
DEBILITY ! DEBILITY I !
Resulting from any earns whatever.
XI
PROSTRATION OF THE SYSTEM,
induced hy
SEVERE HARDSHIPS,
EXPOSURE,
FEVERS
or
. r Diseases of Camp Life,
SOLDIERS, CITIZENS, MALE OR FEMALE. ADULT
■ OR YOUTH,
Will Slid (bl. Bitter, a pure Tonic, not dependent oa bad
llqll .1 s i, i (beir almost miraculous effects.
o
if DYSPEPSIA,
And r.ia-MMtt* RMuUlQgfrom Disorders -I lb* Lliir *_<•
Dig**-).,i % t- Orgrutt,
iiro cured by
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
Till. Bitter, hat performed more Cures, givaa bettar
Sall.faclion,b.. more Testimony, has more Keepectablo
0. People i . lourh (or ll (hau auy other article in lli«
uiarxel.
o
We defy any me to i-ontradict (hi. assertion, sad J ■
l(1 WILL PAY $1,000
id to any one who will pnidnre a certificate piihllebed hy as
is (bat is not genuine.
,'; HOOFLAND'S
• GERMAN BITTERS,
'* Will Cure every Css* of
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS D-BILITY 1
and
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS.
Obwrre ih» following Symptoms, ramilUjg from t>-»""
■-it of the PtKeitUTe Orffius:
°iitsti|inii 1,. Ji_.wi.rd lil-t., MM of Blood to ths ll«*_,
I >ii >nf the Ht.'tii.tt h Nmi-ifn, ITeurttiurn, IMigust
i for .'. .f ti in.— or Weight fn th<- Stoniscli, Soar
Fru «t.(.ii*. i-nii.iut. * i FluttuHiiff-t the Pit
erf t&eStorn idi, Swimming of tn« II .mm.,
liiirj ii I end Difficult Breathing,;
Hi.tf..T,*iu at thf Heart,
Choking or Ratio
■ 'it in;.• Sea
tuitions when In a lying |->*tt)i «,
ftlmnwisof Vi-dnn, Duts <*r W-*l»*»b«- *
fbrt the Sight, Ferer and Doll Pain in
tlie Ilmd, Defliitiicy of Perspiration, Y*l- ~ f
lowudw of the Skin and Kyss, Pain tn the Side,
Q Bttck, Chest, LimU, Ac, Sudden FliiKhm of
Burning in tit. Flesh, CousUnt Xm-ffinln-n of EtH, a ,d
| fill) AT DEPRRSBIO.N OF SPIRITS
!_■!
REMEMRER
, That this Bitters is not Alcoholic, rontalos no Rum I *
Whiskey, andcannot make Druottui'd.. but i. Mm Best
Tonic lv lh. World.
—_—
Read W-ho Says So*
* * * * * • •
! TFrum the Re?. W. I). i_-.fl_.rJ, Paitor of Twelfth Baptist
t Chrcfa, Philadelphia]
Gentlemen :—I bare vecscUy bwn laboring under thf
' -iitreMiiif- -(Feeta of .atUcostioa. accompanit*. by a pimv
tratiuti nf the system. Nuiueruus ramos-ies wen*
' recommended by fri«_4s, and sonm of than, teeted, >--ut
' without relief. Your tteoflaad'a Oarman Blttere wht.
< re_oniD._rii.ed by persons *_.o bad tried them, and whuss
■ i.i\nr'tU-' mention of these Bitters itiditced me tv try
■ tb'-m. I matt confess that I bad an &--i-fou to Patent
1 M *jUm si ■■ irom i *v* "thouaand asd one" quack "Bitt* ■ -,"
' whoe'i only aim cM*m« to be to palm off awuetaoed and
drugged liquor npon the community in a aiy way, and tin
1 bMM) ot with:h. I U At, is to mk« many a conflrmefl
dntrkard Upon learning tha* yortrs waa really a mcdl
' cinal prfparation, I took, it with happy effect. Ita ao
* tion, Ml only npon the stomach, but upon th. nervum
' system, wai prompt and gratifying- ' '" , '' that I hat*
' durived great and jMrmatient 1-fivlt. from iLu use of a
few kittle* Vary reapectfuliy yornw,
W D. BOIOFRIKI'.
-J*'- 20* &U*£k*o.u <,u ftr« it
mAm
' IFrom ths '•'... E. B. F.nilall, Aultiant Editor Chilalisn '
Chronicle, Philadelphia.
I havederiseii dKided benefit from tbe use of Hoof
land's Uerrar.n Bitters, snd fee) it my privilege to ricoro
i mend them as a most valuable tonic, to all who are met
feriug Irom -reuerai d.bility or from b5....... arising Irom '
i derangement or ths liver. Yours truly,
■K. D. H.-.L.U.1,
. [From tils Est D. Morrige, Pastor of tha Pasuiyunk
Baptist Church, Philadelphia.]
From the many respectable rocommendatioua given to
3 li l! .ii.!'. German Bitters, I wa. Induced to give them a
trial. Ait.-i i.sii,--sr . ;,ii ini-. I toiinil them to be a
good remedy for debility, and a mott eacellrnt tonli- for
_ thesioma.-b li MtRItKiP
[Trom the Rev. Wm. Sraiib. formcriv Pastor of the Yin
", centoan snd MUlville (N. A.) Ba'ptitl Charches.j
1, Having r—<d i« my family a number of bottle, of your
U lry.fland's German Bitters, I have to say that I regard
M tlirm .is an i-acellent medicine, specialty adapted lo n
. mate (lie di»>s.cs they are recommruded lor. They
(1 -it .-a .ihoii and invigorate the system when debi luted,
,g and are nsvtul in disorder, of the liver, loeeof appetite,
Ac. I have also recommended them te ..vera! of my
_. friend., who have tried them, and fonnd them greatly
~, beneficial in the restoration of health.
I Yuuratrely, WM. SMITH,
„ No la-Ji Hut. Inns, n atreet, Phlladelpbia.
1 INT
[From th- R»?v. Joseph 11. Kennard, Pastor of tbe Tenth
* tfiptist Church.]
ti- I havo been freqnently r**-qneated tn connect my name
i_ -vith comtnendations o diiFerent kinds of medicines, bat
it regarding the practice ai out of my appropriate sphere, 1
ie have in all case*, declined; bat with a clear proof in ra
rious inatir.cee, and particularly inmyowa family,of the
natrfidncfs of Br. lloofl-tnd's German Bitters, I depart fr>r
once from my usual course. t» expnas my fall cotiTictiou
if. that,/«r t/ttifral debility tif the lystt-m, and especially /or
r- Liver CkmjeUHiit, it it a m/t and valunblt preparation
]. In some casim it m:iyfai); bat usaaliy, I doubt nut, It
d will be vary Wu-flcial to th'-sn who tuffer from the nhoiru
■i. MM. Your*, very r(Spectfully,
i J. H- KRNNARD,
it Fighth below Coates street.
h Philadelphia, DaMtttfff 2*» 19W.
le Rev. J. ? Ilt-rrj-ftu. if 'he German Refimned Charch,
v, Km/t-iwn, Berk* County, Pa., waa cored of Dyspepsia o
twenty years standing.
J A. M Spangler, Editor of the CWte*vri*e\ No. 25 North
>' Sixth ittc-i-t. Philadelphitt, aays this Bittera was r-r-in
'" mended to blm by a medical friend, and six bottles cured
him of complete prostration of tbe uerrous eyatem.
' Rev. J. Newton Brown, I- D, Rdltor of the Sncyclopedia
of Religions Knowledge and Christian Chronicle, Phil
'," adelphia.
,' Rev. Thomas 1 Inter, D. D., Pastor of Roxborongh Baptist
f Chnrch.
1' Rev. jUvi G. Bock, Pastor of the Baptist Chnrch, Pem
berfin, N. J., formerly of the North Baptist Chtirrh,
" ! -hilifl-' ,-■•' l , - 1 present Pastor of the Baptfet Charch
•J at Cheater. Pa.
Theae gnaHstsw sxf*ress, la the strongest terms, their
favorable <*pinh>B of this Bitters.
I>
!y BtWARt OF COUNTERFEITS!
S '.>. that the .ignature of *'C. M. .lACK-UON" i. on
(be ' rapper of each bo(tle.
'" tttf Should your nearest Drnsgttt not have the artt
,e de, do not be put "ff by any of tbe intoxicating prepstra
**■ 11- ii" hat mnv ler- ..(1.-re-l in it. place, teat .end to us, arid
0 we will tirward, securely pecked, by expres..
•I- paisctrAi. OrrKs aaa Muroraotoar,
ti
er
HO. BSI ABCU BTKKET,
nt
ry
** Puas latrsu. Pa.
ye
ty,
5 JONES & EVANS,
In
ng
t r**"""** «° c •»> »*«*"« *°m
IB- FROPRIBTOM,
it.
Stf Per sste by Dniffrits aad IValcvt tn every town
_th* Units* States. dec*—•ssrlp
WEDNEBDAY. APRIL 4,1-fl6.
THE DANGER OF NEGLECTING
COLDS.
111..ri the New York I .[ i
(.'olds are generally considered simple
things; andas n natural conseouence, are
too much neglected. How often do you
hear the remark, "Oh, It's only a cold."
True, only a cold, but what is done for
' it? Frequently nothing. Many a long
and dangerous, and sometimes fatal fit
of Illness might he prevented by paying
that proper attention to a cold which It
so seriously demands. Moat of tbe causes
of consumption comes from cold heing
■in the first Instance neglected. To many
other diseases does it also give rise. In
i a climate like this, where we have some
times two or three changes In a day, it
is impossible to avoid taking cold, unless
due precaution bo observed. Persons
should clothe themselves as much as
possible In keeping with tbe temperature
iof the atmosphere.
With the thermometer above zero,
clothing should not be as warm as at or
below zero, as by so doing the pores are
■ open to an undue extent, sometimes pro
> fuse perspiration induced, aud, as a ualu
' ral consequence, cold Is taken. Drafts
in every way, whether In or out of doors,
ought to be avoided. Too much import
, ance cannot be given lo this, but yet we
see It dally neglected. How often do we
see persons In this city, on one of the
' bleakest days, stopping to talk at the
corner of the street in a draft of wind.
This, too, is generally the case, after
walking fast and becoming heated. How
is it possible, under such circumstances,
to avoid taking cold ? Aud yet persons
will so Innocently tell you : "I don't
kuow how I could have taken cold : I
have uot exposed myself In any way."
As Important, also, Is the mode of life
in-doors, for on this much depends. La
dies are very apt to dress forgoing out,
and then sit iv a warm room for half an
hour, perhaps more, If something delay's
. them, by which perspiration is produced
and In that state, from the warm house
Into the cold air they go. It must be re
membered Unit to the corresponding
temperature of the atmosphere do the
pores close or open ; a uniform tempera
lure should he observed, ns by so doing
the circulatiou is regularly maintained.
Any oic leaving an atmosphere of
eighty degrees, and going to one of sixty
degrees, experiences a great change, aud
4 If they wish to avoid cold they should
be clad in such a manner as to make up
for the proportionate difference In the
temperature. For this n-iwui great uui•
fortuity In the leuiperuture of the hous:
.-iiouiil b>; observed. Change tlie stnios
, phero in the house frequently by adiult
t ting, as often us pmaibW, during the day
fresh air.
1 Every house should be thoroughly
ventilated the lirst thing* every morn
ing, so as to allow the atmosphere of the
1 previous night to escape. This can be
done by first airing one part aud then
' another. I.v doing this a house also
■ can he more easily warmed. When
1 there are many persons collected inn
' room, care should be observed lo keep a
y few inches of the window open from the
it top, every one avoiding sitting close to
or under it, as after h time, when there
■ are many collected together, tlie al inns
fl phere of the room becomes impregnated
" with tlieir exhalations, and the air is
i. thus rendered impure. By perfect veu
* tilatlon there is a uniform amount of
* oxygen, which is the vital part ofthe
atmosphere, und which is necessary to
our very existence, maintained. Who
has not noticed the disagreeable feeling
produced on going from the fresh air
into a room with many persons, in
0 | fc hich flip ventilation is Imperfect ?
' t night, also, fresh air should be ad
- m wt t -d into the room, for it is, if any
(lino. "*iore necessary that there should
imng, . , (f j BU pp|y 0 f oxygen. We
»/t„ been asked the ridiculous
have often h a(r (J . (l ni)t co „ |0 ,„
question if c. * Mt , Certainly not.
through the k rj r
> V i 9 , no , frp *" .. *. a pail of your wiu
. always to sleep wit- {op, avoiding its
1 (low open from the , le ver hurt
blowing on you. -brest. ye Jt ig the
any one, for by it we 1. •.. r so n _i set-en
want of it that.injures. X
to forget that they spend o. \y e f re .
■ tlieir lives iv their bed rooms. sebes
-1 quently see a man building a bou. „0f
towing all his attention on the pit. t o
. his parlors, while the bed rooms are,
a great extent, and in rome instances,
entirely neglected. It had better be
t'tee versa.
Another thing to which we wish to
draw attention is that of neglecting
•hoes aud stockings after being out on a
daropor rainy day. Though they may
neither appear nor feel damp, yet they
should be changed, care being observed
to keep the feet always warm. As long
as one is walking, the circulation is
keptup.no matter how wet the feet
I may be, but the instant you remain
quiet it is checked, unless the stockings
and shoes be changed. Holding tbe feet
but a few minutes to a Are or over a
register, is not sufficient, as you only by
that dry the external part of the shoe or
boot. If the feet are cold tliey should
lie rubbed thoroughly with a rough
towel until warmth lias been restored,
when they might be, if desired, held for .
a short time before the fire. Jumping i
out of bed and walking about on the
carpet, as is too often done, should be .
avoided. A pair of slippers can be .
placed by the bed at night, when re- I
tiring, so as 11 be accessible on rising.
THE CHOLERA* * CONFERENCE, j
QUARANTINE RKUU .ATIONS IN THK OKI tM
We have already aunouueed the open- i
ing of the Cholera Conference iv Con- (
stantiuople. The French repreaeuta- I
tives have made the following proposals '
in regard to the stoppage of all sea com- t
(nuideation between Arabia and Egypt
in the event of another epidemic : ,
1. That tlie Ottoman (.unitary Com- ,
mission, now in the Hijoz, should report 1 I
on the health ofthe pilgrims. ,
2. Tbe presence of several vessels of i
war to interrupt maritime communica
tion.
3. An organized surveillance over the
Egyptian coast to prevent nny disem- ,
bat kation in infringement of the prohi- '
bltion.
Tbe manner of carrying this plan into
execution was set forth as follows:
1. In the event of cholera breaking :
out among the pilgrims, the members
of tbe Ottoman Commission, assisted if '
need be by other medical men appointed
ad hoc, shall report tbe fact to toe local
authorities and to tbe vessels of war
stationed at Jiddah and Yeddo, and
shall also transmit tbe Intelligence to
i Europe.
2. On tbe declaration of tbe said mcd-
TERMS OF ADVERTISINQ. |
THK NORFOLK POef-*— — !
. UTert the best terras to Anvrsrts_l, aad IU prtca* Will
(ways cat-respond with the general asTractistag ratsa • I
tmietemt
Trun u**s or leas wilt constitute a'aquana.
Per a single InsertJoa per *q.»-o ONR DOIXAK trill to
l..is»J, aad Tor e__h subse;--at Insertion T*F__lT>
FIV p. CCNTB.
M-rchanta, Auctioneers and all others who e+eenlv.
i. golarly, and occupy one-fourth of a eoloaia or _aare,can
mate special ier ma, snd will recelvs a liberal dedactlo*
Bu.ii-i.a. Card., m» nou-UU per monlli or ran. pot J
'is. per year. j
All trauslent a.lv»rlieeaienU payable la sdeaac— 1
.libera monthly. i
ical men, the local authorities shall lo- 1
tcrdict, until further orders, all embar |
kation, and -hull invite all pilgrims I
destined for Egypt to proceed thither by 1
land. ]
8. At the name time Ihe vessel of war |
shall send away from the porta of em- 1
onrkation all .-(.aiders, sailing vest-.. It 1
which may be found there, and shall 1
exercise a strict surveillance in order to 1
prevent any clandestine departure. 1
4. On advice being roctlv.d of the 1
presence of the cholera anion.; thepll M
urims, the Egyptian authorities sbatl ■
forbid Ihe entry of all arrivals from tbo . ■
Arabian coasi, commencing from a point ■
to tlie south (>r Jid-I.'i h to be di U runnel ■
Further, they shall assign to the ana- ' m
fieclcd vessel, after revictualliug them, ■
ii case of necessity, • locality on the a
coaat of Arabia -Tor, for Instance-- , ■
where they shall perform quarantine. ■
5. With regard to tho caravan, it must *jfl
lie (stopped* as ia usual, several data 1
mulch from Hue/, where it shall bo via- 1
lied by a medical commission, and ahalt 1
not be allowed to enter Egypt until Ita M
sanitary state is declared free from *1
danger. I
li. As respects tho pilgrims destined 1
for India or other countries beyond tho fl
Ited Attn, it will he best, iv order to avoid ■
the risk of a partial embarkation, to 1
subject them to the same general rule, ■
namely, tv make tin-iii wail till tlie end 9
uf the Interdiction. However, it may ■
lie possible to assign them a particular ■
•pot some days Journey to the south of fl
Jiddah, where they may embark. i 1
7. Tlie prohibition to embark aball 1
cease fifteeii days after the laat oaaa of 1
i-iiiileiit declared ill the Hijaz. I
Objection was made to these require- 1
iiii-iiim by the English, Russian, Turkish J
umi Persian delegates, but there waa a ■
majority in favor of them, in spite of a ■
declnratiou ou the part of the Turkish m
government that it could not engage to • 1
carry out the scheme. At the laat meet- ■
ing, however, ou the id instant, several ■
modifications were made in the French fl
proposals, owing to tbe strong objections m
urged liy the English delegates on be- U
half of tho Indian pilgrims. By para- a
graph three, ac it now stands, tlie ships j
of war are to send away all steamers and . i
sailing vessels from the ports of embar- ■
katioti only; and paragraph nix baa been J
altered as follows : jH
" With regard to the pilgrims desliueddH
for India, or other countries beyond tbe t M
lied Hen, It would be best to assign them .1
it special point for enib.trkatlon, several I
days inarch to the south of Jiddah, un- j
less the autliorities judge that they may >M
be embarked without risk at Jiddah." H
The cholera has reappeared at Alex- j
andriu, Kgypt, though in a ruodilied 1
form. There had been sixteen deaths 1
unto the Bth instant, since tbe begin- 1
aing ol'the new visitation.
Follow my LJ-ADEH. A very singu-«
lur occurrence l.i repot •/ .1 by the ArirtM
Advertiser ot N iv. "Wi suppose ttfl
is pretty generuily known apd adiniiu-ilfl
that 'he tendency which all anunsln
have to follow slender i-,<l'-sloped InnrtV
species so much as in the sheep ; but «»■
believe thati ,ci in this j...-.'.-I_al countijd
tue strength of development wtiicb thisa
instinct possesses in tlieeeanlmals is uota
generuily known. (Mi.• .if the most "■-••
iniikiilile illustrations of ihi.cliaracter.fl
iutlc which we have evei heard of oc<J|
enrred with n Hock tit'sheep, about *}M
week ago, belonging to v squatter on thaj
Wimmera. A large mob of about fnuffl
thousand whs turned out of Ihe shedafl
after being shorn, to be shepherded ~tkM
the side of v creek where the grass grewS
more abundnutly lliun on the platnM
further jack.
While depasturing around or nearifl
very large hole in the river bed, fro_fl
which all the water had t vuporated.oafl
of the flock, urged by some unacrounttfl
lile impulse, jumped into It, another!
followed, and another, till the whole*
fleck rushed to the (spot; and notwitbjj
standing every exertion on tlie part o(m
the shepherd they pressed en muue iotOfl
the large basin till it was literally tilled*
with a moving mass of animal life. TbSfl
preshing of the flock behind rendered!
escape* Impossible, until the hole wiiM
literally lill.ii to Its level with the strugjj
gliug (sheep. When the mania died oufl
—for during ita continuance the sbapfl
herd liad not tho sllgbu_t control ovsfl
tlie Hock -they were driven from thfl
place, but it was found that no leys thalfl
s2"i were smothered, or oth.-twise kiiiefl
ly the pressure. This accident aceU-fl
the more unaccountable, us we are inJ
formed that there wa- neither water nofl
grass iv the hole to tempt the rush. flB
NEWSPAPER NEWS- ■
t a recent sitting of the . n ncflß
A -my of Sciences, some special i-fl
Acad.. -m was furnislw d relative to tbfl
formati ~ie Island in the Arcbipelagqfl
new vole*. . iilrtndy christened Kif|fl
It has lice.. il. The adjoining islaqa
I.eorge'sislaL ni is in a state of greM
of Nea Catucnt shocks of eartbquok^H
physical agitation, '..aud many 0 _ur«B
eonstautiy occurring t^^M
beine: formed. T , „..,___■
~i aiu w Jot.mat pub*H
I lie Albany Evening ,„ ,«[ tk_fl
llshea a statemeut deuyii. . ' -3
forger Ketchuin has already _ff,?' ,
the pardon of the Governor, .
that it has the "highest authortt v fot m
pronouncing the pretended report , Uu "J
founded. The denial ia presunn <l,tlier».'S
fore, to come direct from the Executlv«9
chamber, and hence it bears a certain •■
signilicanee.
It ia stated that tbe American schoon- 1
er Alma was attacked aud cantured ml
the China _ea by three piratical jinka.?
The captain, mate and part of tin crevr3
saved themselves by taking to the boats, a
alter gallantly defeudiug the vessel v i
long as possible. l^^|
In tiie (,>..|fva find oili.-r hobees of enter-jl
taiument iv Paris there aie twenty-J
seven thou_and seven hundred aud ,1
eleven public billiard • ■*.'.:.-.. s ineaiugle I
houses having .is many as tliirty
The estimated annual receipta from 1
these la Xi,040,000. *^l
The Byraeum) papera announce the 1
audden death of tbe wife ef Oen. John ]
A. Ureen. She fell fromachair while 1
lighting the gas, and siugtilar as it may. MM
seem, sustained injuries which resulted 1
in ber death almost instantly.
Thegunboa-B De Hotn and Don, it is ]
stated, will now be attru hed to tbe fly*< 1
ing squadron for th<. pi election of tbe I
The storesl.ip Supply saileU I
for the East Indies yesterday.
One million one hundred and fifty |
thousand dollars of the bonds stoieu I
from Mr. Lord in New York have been 1
recovered, and the reman. Jer is expect* 1
ed to be obtained.
At JSiatchitocbes, nn t'i. Upper Ued 1
River more land will I. piauted this 1
spring than ever before, iheireedmsn 1
aie working well.
Tbe number of cattle attacked by the 1
eattie plague in Oreat Hntaiu turlai I
tbe week ending March 'Ad, waa 7,31u

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