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*~~~~ PORT O-NORFOLK, Jell lit.
"" ~~~ ARRIVALS.
Steamer Goonsisua, , Baltimore.
Bt-_mcr .1 T. Wad,. Young, Baltimore.
Stumer M Martin, Livingston, Richmond.
_____ Dictator, Deering, Richmond.
Steamer Moniter, Morton, Folt Mouroe.
Steamer Eliza lluncock, Ainsworth, Fort Monroe.
Steamer Ella Smith, -——.Fort Monroe.
Steamor Leader, , Fort Monroe.
Steamer Newtown, Fort Monroe.
Steamor Thomas Colyrr, McCarlie, Richmond,
Steamer City Point, Talbot, Richmond.
Steamer J«mes T Brady. Yuunp, Ualtimor.
Steamer Louisiana, Riissvrt, llaltimore.
Steamer John Tracer, , Suffolk.
Steamer Monitor, Morton, Fort Monroe.
steamer Cllntor, , Currituck.
Steamer Salvor, Chichester, Fort Monroe.
Sisamer George Lein v, Blakcmau, Baltimore.
Steamer Daniel Webster, Roix, Biiltiuisre,
Steamor Monitor, Morton, Fort Monroe.
Steamer T. Colyer, McCarric. Richmond.
Steamer City Point, Talbot, Richmond.
Steamer Rocket, Fuller, City Point.
Steamer John Tracoy, -, Sunolic.
Steamer Commerce, , lort Monroe.
Steamer Wyoming, . Fort Mouroe.
Btoamer M. Martin, Living.ton, Richmoud.
Steamer Dictator, Dewing, Richmond. .
Steamer Daniel Webster, , Baltimore.
Steamer George Leary, UlHkcuiau, Baltimore.
Steamer Monitor, Morton, Fort Moiiroo.
Steamer Leader, , Fort Monroe.
Steamer C. P. Smith, , Richmond.
-pXCUU-iO-N TO CITY POINT
T+ AND RICHMOND,
NEW LINE OF STEAMERS!
TH* NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMERS
CAP-> I N T A I_J OT,
Will l*ave Norfolk from Whsrffoot of Marketand Roa"
■oke Square, July 2i1,3d and 4th, at tl o clock A. M., for
City Point and ll'iihinond, touching ut Old Point, James
town nnd Wilson's Wharf going and returning.
Tickets for the Excursion, good to return until tbe Bth
ToCity Point $8 00. To Richmond $4 00. Can be pro
cured on ths Boats or at ths office on tho wharf.
jy s_3t H. V. TOMPKINS, Agent.
pOR THE CAPES.
FOURTH JULY EXCURSION!
THE NEW AND FAST STEAMER
"THOMAS COLL YE R,"
Will leave the Government Whurf, Norfolk,
Portsmouth, at the IHbli Street Wharf nt 6 o'clockP. K„
for the Cape*, touching at Old Point going and returning
A Cotillon Bund will be in attendance, and iin-iyihin,
will be done by the i lllcers ol the boat to make tbe trip
pleasant and agreeable.
Tickets for the trip $1 00, to be luul at the office of thi
Company. , TllO9. 11. „ EBB, Agent.
MQt tlie purpose uf ac. ommodatJug tlie largo number
of p_.-yn_ in Norfolk, Portviuouth, Old _\.lut aud thesur
roundlug couiitiy, whu lU-Min-to viait R.cLui.ud and Pe
t-i-barp;, and \ it*w tlie various ut<j.ctß of intrrest present
«_: oti the James River, tbo new magnificent and fast
Will leave the Government Wharf, Norfolk, on July thi
Ist, 2d, 3d und 4th nt G o'clock A. M.
Tickets foi tho Round Trip, entitling tho holder to re
turn ou auy day up to tho Vtb lust, can be procured al
the office of tlie company, or from the purser, of tin
Price for the Round Trip $t On.
Jy I—lt1 —It THOS. 11. WEBB, Agent.
CHAW & ROBERTS,
Corner Wide-Water and Roanoke
Oood. consigned sold to the best advantage, and libera]
advances made. Particular attention given to the sale of
Real Estate, and renting of Dwelling liomws.
Other wiles of Hi i Ooods, Groceries, -c, will be pro
All good, consigned will be sold promptly and returns
made at once. jy I—tf
rpo THE PUBLIC.
W. ROY ¥0 BERTS,
(LAT_ OF J. I. BLOOIiGOOD,)
Having iis.ol iati'il himself with Mi. J. O. SllAWfor the
purpose of conducting a Oencrul Auction und Commlssloi.
—t-luoss, would respectfully solicit consignment of goodi
for public or private .ale, nud liberal advances made. Par
tlcular attention will he given to the sale of Ilouseholil
Furniture at the residence ot families, or at their Salei
Rooms, Kiwi Corner lioutioke Hquiirc and Wide-W'stei
Real Estate sold at private or public sale and returns
promptly made. Jy I— tt
WALKE & CHAMBERLAINE,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION
No- 11 Roanoke Square,
Th* undersigned have this day tonued a co-partnership
under th* style of W A I. ivE A CIIAMIIERLAINE, lor tin
purpose or conducting the Auction and Commission Bu.i
lias, and are prepared to sell at auction or on commlssloi.
PERSONAL ESTATE, (Including
Return, promptly mad* The patronago of the public
W. W. CHAMBERLAINE,
Refer to C. L. Cole, President Ist National Bank, R. II
Chomherlaiue and 11. A. A C. A. Santos.
Soles iv the country attended. jy I—tf
MA. & C. A. SANTOS,
H_ 6 MAIN STREET, AND NO. 61 BANK STREET,
Ac. Ac. Ac,
Our Stock will always be large and select, and buying
from first hands, and to a great extent for cosh, and at.
proper tlmo, we can give assurance of the excellence oi
our goods, and can sell at the Low est Market Price.
Jy I—tf . M. A. A C. A. SANTOS.
will attend to tho prosecution ot CLAIMS sgidusi
th. Departments in Washington, ssw-lating with htmsel!
for that purpose n gentleman of experiniwo in Washing
ton. Address, _-*•_.
Wittwooti a.Tobd, 1 B __ll, ivl-_.
Jom S. Ttr.M, j Norfolk ' "' "
The undersigned offer to their friends and th* public 1
large assortment of every article in their line of busluws,
COTTONS—Bleached and Brown
__« EN—Sheeting, Irish, Pillow, Figured
TABLE DAMASK *
TABLE CLOTHS AND COVERS
' HUCKABACK, CRASH AND RUS.IA TOWELING
TOWELS OF ALL KINDS
SCOTCH AND RUSSIA DIArER
JACONETS AND CAMBRIC
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES
_ ' StiNNBI-S OF ALL SORTS
OOTTONADE AND LINEN PANTS' STUFF
SPOOI-COTTON, THREAD, SEWING SILK
HOOKS AND KYt-
AuA, in __t, every article usually k«pt In •
FIRST-CUSS DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT,
AND AX PBICEB TO SUIT ALL.
i. I(Mf ' SKLDN-R * CO.,
** VMf WJUinStmt
GTeFn »St he atr E.
S W GLESN Soli LM"** *»» ______
JAS. L. GALLAGHER S_a« Manai.ui.
FOURTH OF JULY JUBILEE!
THREE GLORIOUS PIECES!
First appearance of the celebrated Actor,
MR. E. THOMPSON.
Also, first appearance of
Messrs 9. W. GLENN,
I, W. MARBTON.
JAS. L. GALLAGHER.
Mrs. E. W. MARBTON,
Mrs. FRED MEEK,
IK THI cam.
Tuesday, July 4th, 1865,
THE CONSCRIPT'S RETURN;
THE CROSS OF GOLD.
THE SWISS COTTAGE
THE DUTCH ACTOR.
For further particulars, see small hills. Je 30--t
TJNITEDST ATES 7-30 LOAN.
TTNITED STATES 7-30 LOAN.
By authority of the Secretary of Treasury, the under
' signed has assumed tho General Subscription Agency for
tho sale of United States Treasury Notes, bearing sevon
and threo-touih" per cent. Interest, per annum, known
These Note, aro issued under data of August 16th, 1864,
and are payable three yoars from that tine, in currency,
or are convertible at th* option of the holder into
UNITED STATES 0-20 SIX PER CENT. GOLD-HEAR
Thess bonds aro now worth a premium of nine per cent.
Including gold interest from November, which makes the
i -Imil profit on the 7-30 loan, at current rates, including
interest, about ten per cent, per annum, beeld— It. exemp
tion from Slate and municipal taxation, which adds from
me to three per cent, more, according to the rate levied on
ither property The Interest 1. payable semi-annually by
ici'.pon. attached to each note, which may b« cut off and
...Id to any bank or banker.
The Interest amount* to ,
)n* cent per day on a |60 not*.
Cwocents'' " " HOO "
Ten " * " " $500 "
„ •• " " •' »1000 "
SI $6000 " ;
Notes of all the denominations named will be promptly
furnished upon receipt of subscription*. This 1.
THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
now offered hy tho Government, and It 1. confidently ex
pected that Its superior advantages will moke It the
GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF THE
Lets than $-00,000,000 remain unsold, which will proba
bly be disposed of within tho next sixty or ninety days,
when the notes will undoubtedly command a premium, as -
lias uniformly boon the case on closing ths subscriptions
to otiior Loons. '
Iv order that citizens of every town and section of th*
ountry may be afforded facilities for taking the loan, the
N-tional Hank*, State Banks, and Private Bankers through
tit the country have generally agreed to receive subscrlp
lions at par. Subscribers will select their own agents, ln
whom they have confidence, and who only ore to be re
sponsible for the dolivory of the notes for which they re
ceive order.. JAY COOKE,
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Subscriptions will be received by the Exchange Nation
il Bank of Norfolk, Virginia.
FACTS ABOUT THE 7-30's—THE AD
VANTAGES THEY OFFER.
Til-in. Absolut* Stentitt— Nearly all active credit* or*
now hosed on Government securities, and banks hold them
is the very best and strongest Investment they can make.
If It were possible to contemplate the financial failure of I
the Government, no bank would be any safer. If money
is loaned on individual note* or bond and mortg*g«, it
will bo payable in the nam* currency as the Government
pays with, and no better. The Government never has
failed to meet its engagements, aud the national debt Is a i
Urst mortgage upon the whole property of tha country I
While other stocks fluctuate from ten to fifty, or even a
greater per cent., Government stocks are always compare
lively firm. Their value 1* fixed and reliable, beyond all
other secuiitte*; for while * thouiand speculative bubble,
.-is* and bunt, a* * t ul. t_*y are never below pur, and are
In Luoaral I.Nur.nii.—The general rate of Interest il
,ix per i-i-ut., payable annually. This 1* sev.n and three
tenths, payable semi annually. If you lend on mortgage,
there must be a searching of titles, lawyer.' fee*, stamp
i'itios and delays, and you will finally have returned to
you only the samo kind of money you would receive from
Ihe Government, and less of it. If you invest in this loon,
you have no trouble. Any bank or banker will obtain it
or yon without charge. To each note or bond ore affixed
five "coupons" or interest tickets, due at tbo expiration of
«eh successive half-year. The holder of a note has simp*
i y to cut off ono of these coupons, present it to the nearest
bank or Government Agency, aud receive his interest; the
.loic Itself need not be presented at all. Or a coupon thus
payable will overywhoro bo equivalent, when due, to nic
uey. If you wish to borrow ninety cents on the dollar
jpon the notes, you have the highest Mourlty in th* mar
ket lo do it with. If you wish to sell, It will bring within
i fraction of coet and interest at any moment. It will be
very handy to have in the house.
It IS CO-TCTt--- into a six per cent, gold-bearing bond.
At llm expiration of three years a holder of ths note* of
the 7-30 Loan bus tho option of accepting payment in full
_ of fuuding his notes iv * six per cent, gold-tnttrsst bon d
the principal payable in not loss than five, nor more than
twenty yean from its date, a* th* Oovsrnment raiy *lect
.bee c bonds are held at such a premium a* to mak* thi*
privilege now worth two or three per cent, per annum, and
idds so much to the interest. Notes of the Sams class, Is
ed three years ago, are now selling at * rate that fully
proves the correctness of this statement.
Its Eximttion ntoM Stat* o* McmciPAi Taxation.—
But aside from all the advantage* w* havo enumsraUal, a
•peclsl Act .or Congress exempli all bonds and Triatury
lotetfrem local taxation. On the average, this exemption
1. worth about two per cent, per annum, according to tbe
rate of taxation in various port, of the country.
It ■ A Nationai Savi.no* Ban*.—While this loon pre
i sent, great advantages to large capitali.u, it offers .peclal
' Inducements to those who wish to make a safe and profita
ble inv-tmenl of small wrings. It Is •vsry way the best
Savings' Bank; for every institution of thi* kind must
somehow invest its deposits profitably In order to pay iv
' tsrest snd expenses. They will invest largely in this loan,
a* the best Investment. But from tbo gross interest which
they receive, they must deduct largely for the expense, or
the Bank. Their u«ual rate of Interest allowed to deposi
ton is 6 per cent upon sum. over $500. Tho person who
invests directly with Government will receive almost 50
per rent, more Thus the man who deposits $1000 in a
private Savings' Bank receives 60 dollars * year interest.
if he deposits the some sum In thi* National Savings' Bank
he receive* 73 dollars For those who wish to find a safe,
t convenient, and profitable means of iuv„ting their surplus
earnings which they have reserved for their old age or lor
the benefit of their children, then is nothing which pre
sents so many advantages a* tins National Loan.
HTHE NORFOLK POST
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE,
ffORMFKLY THE BUBAI— BIIII.M!—,)
NEAR MAIN STREET,
Will bu complete ln all its appointments. The latest Im
together with the most PROFICIENT and EXPERI
ENCED JOB PRINTERS, will euable vi to execute
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTINU in the most natls
loctory manner. The facilities afforded by the BEST
AND LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY, wlllalsoena
ble v* to furnish work at a great reduction from former
prices in Norfolk, rendering it unnecessary either on ac
count of mechanical execution or pric*, for any to send
their orders away to have them filled
and Card work of *v*»y description, PLAIN and ln
COLORS, will be printed in the VERY BEST STYLE and
All order* should bo plainly written, especially proper
name*, to prevent mistakes, and handad In at the Count
ing room on the first floor, or if sent by letter oddreeeoit to
E. M. Brown, Norfolk Post.
Cash on delivery of the work, except lv esses where or
ders ore from regular advertisers. In the latter cases hills
will be rendered monthly.
GILBERT C. WALKER.
JNO. JAY KNOX.
THOMAS CREAMER. CINCINATUS W. N-WTQN.
EDWARD M. DROWN. GEORGE SANGSTER.
MARSHALL PARKS. WILLIAM NICHOLS.
GILBERT C. WALKER.
GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY AND
FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE
Exchange Bank Building, Main Street.
AGENT FOR 7-30 LOAN.
A constant supply of Note* will be kept on hand.
This Bank will buy and sell all classes of GOVERN
MENT SECURITIES at current market rates.
FURNISH EXCHANGE and make collections on ALL
TIIE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES.
Purchase Government Vouchors on the MOST FAVOR
ABLE TERMS, and give „__>_. and Prompt Attintiok to
ACCOUNTS OF BUSINESS MEN AND FIRMS,
and to any other business entrusted to the Bank.
FULL INFORMATION in regard to GOVERNMENT
LOANS at all times cheerfully furnished.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, )
Ovrics or Co-ptrollkb or OtUMVI, >
Washington, May 19th, 1865. J
Waiß-AS, by satis—i tory eviilonce presented to the un
dersigned, it has been niado to appear that the "EX
CHANGE NATIONAL RANK OF NORFOLK," In th*
City of Norfolk, in the County of Norfolk, and State of
Virginia, boa been duly organised under and according to
requirements of the Act of Congress entitled "An Act to
provide a National Currency, secured by a pledgeof U.i'ted
States bonds, and to provido for the circulation and re
demption thereof," approved June 3d, 186*, and has com
piled with all the provialotis of said Act to b* compiled
with before commencing the business of Banking uuder
Now, Huucrou, I, Pintman Clasu, Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that "THE EXCHANGE
NATIONAL BANK OF NORFOLK," in the City of Nor
folk, ln ths County of Norfolk, and State of Virginia, is
authorized to commence the business of Banking under
the Act aforesold.
i —' —a In testimony whereof, witness my band anil
I 1" *- fseol of office thi* thirteenth day of May,
Comptroller of th* Currency
' TREASURY OF THE UNITED STATES,)
Division or i-n_ National Ban.*, .
Washington, June 6,1865. )
It I* hereby certified that THE EXCHANOE NATION
AL BANK OF NORFOLK, Virginia, a Banking Associa
tion organized nnder tho Act "To provide a National Cur
rency, secured by a pledge of United States Bonds, and to
provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," ap
proved June 3,186*, having complied with the require
ments of section 4i of said Act, and with the rrgulatlo n
of thi* Department made in pursuance thereof, li.i.i this
day been designated a* a Depository of Public Moneys, ex
cept receipts fro»o Customs, aud by vlrtueof s_cb designa
tion will also liaj employed al a Financial Agent of the
Government. F. E. SPINNER,
je 21-tf Treasurer U. S.
\j_T AN TED.-L6DGIING ROOM,
Tf FI'RNISH-D, for a single gentleman, iv private
family—near Main Street. Enquire at this Office
TITAN TED.— A FURNISHED
T T ROOM not fur from this office. Enquire at the
Counting Room of the Pott. je 80—tf
A man who bits bad experience iv laying a Wooden R.
Road track can find employment by applying at W. R.
Hii-eln*' Hardware .tore, No. 11 Market square.
J* 27 _w PRESTON, PELLS A CO.
piRE, LIFE AND MARINE
NOi 22 W. MAIN STREET, NORFOLK, VA.
THUS. CREAMER A HON., AOENTB,
wit- riu row«»i.
AGOREOATE CASH CAPITAL REPRESENTED,
Phenix Insurance Company of Brooklyn.
Maryland Fire lasuri—ice Company ot Baltimore.
Home Insurant. Company of New York.
Feabcdy Fir* Insurance Company of Baltimore.
Washington Life Insurance Company of New York.
BOARD OF REFEREES:
Ckar_* Reld, Gilbert C. Walker,
O. L. Col*. W. W. Unb,
Porter Sherman, Wm. T. Harrison,
11. G. 3iew.it, Richard Dickson,
Geo. Sangstsrj A. L. lilll,
K. D. Smith, c. Biu-ru*..
THE METROPOLITAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK,
THE ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'STINSURANCE COMPA
NY OF BALTUIOBE.
Ths luUcriber, representing the above, substantial and
well knowu Companies, is prepared lo take risks at liber.l
. Je _-lm 8 and 6 Main Strwtl
C ACKS.—SOOO GRAIN SACKS,
O cheap, in lot) to sun purchasers, at
7* _—lw I« BOA-TOM StJUAJUB.
J W ™?_-- I „s__^__ & - C -:
T/"EEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE!
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF
&c, &c, &c.
Ths sulecrlUr would respectfully call tbe *tt«ntion of
keepers of Hotels, Restaurant, and others to his stock of
Liquors, and asks from them a trial, guaranteeing satis
faction in every instance. Ue would be pleased to see
hit old friend, and customers, ossuriug them that they
will he waited upon at cheerfully a* of yore.
ALSO CONSTANTLY RKCEIVIN
And in fact everything usually found in a wholesale gro
cery store, which will be sold at the lowest possible prices.
J. J. WOODBRIDGE,
Je 30— lm Ne. S Roanoke Square
No. 28 Market Square, Norfolk, Va.,
BOLE AGENT FOR
HUBBEL'S GOLDEN BITTERS,
THE FINEST IN THE WORLD I
LOSS OF APPETITE.
For sale by the quantity at a slight advance on the
Je 21 No. 24 Market Square.
A LE AND PORTER.
■M barrols bottled ALE and PORTER, of the finest
brcwiug, foreign and domestic.
Pure Virginia CRAB CIDER, in pints and junrts.
■TIPTOP" WINK AND LIQUOR STORE,
Je 21 Under Atlantic Hotel.
Othoe No. 6, Boanoke Square, near Wide-Water
EASTERN, WESTERN AN-»_DUTHERN EXPRESS
ESTABLISHED IN 1839.
NEW EXPRESS ROUTE
By the New Line of Popular U. 8. Mail Steamer* JAMES
T. liRADY aud GBOROE LEARY to Baltimore, and City
Point aud Dictator to Fort Monroo, City Point, Petersburg
Wo would respectfully Inform Merchants, Bankers,
Rrokers andcltlzens generally, that we forward Merttian-
Siao, Specie, Bank Notes, Jewelry and Valuables to all
point* accessible by Railroads or Steamboats, in the Uui
ted States, Canada or Europe.
Kernittences to Europe, Drafts on the Royal Bank of
Iri-laml, Loudon, Paris, Germany and Switzerland, In *urn.
to suit, payable at sight.
Passages by Steamer, or the old Black Star Line of
Packet Ships, can be had at this office.
W* will tako special pains to forward all articles en
trusted to our care with the greatest possible dißpntch,
and ensure prompt delivery, as we send Tlf ROUGII M V.A
SENGERS daily by the New U. 8. Mail Line of Fn.t Stea
mer, to Richmond aud Baltimore,couuectiug time for
the Eastern, Western and Northern States.
Orders to call for Freight or Packages left at the office,
No- ti Roanoke Square, will be promptly attended to.
Express for Baltimore and the North closes at 1.30 P. M.
Express for Richmond, Ac, close, at 0 P. M.
THOMPSON, LIVINGSTON A CO.,
F. R. Htii, Agt., No. 8 Roanoke Square-
A DAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY,
X M CHURCH ST.,
All military restrict—us having been removed on good*
coming from Baltimore to Norfolk, by Express, ana our
facilities being greater now than during tbo war, wo have
reduced the rates of freight at least 25 per con t. and ore
prepared to bring freight through with coro and dispatch.
Freight, money and valuable packages forwarded to all
part* of the United States.
Bills, drafts, Ac, collected and prompt returns made.
Our Wagons call In any part of the city for goods.
Je 26-tf J. 11. RIONEY, Agent.
P X PRESS NOTICE.
NO 6 BOANOKE SQTJABE
We would call the attention of the Merchants and others
or the cities or Norfolk and Portsmouth, that owing to
tbe Increased facilities afforded us by the Now Line of
Steamers to Baltimore, we hive been enabled to reduce
tbe rates of Freight TWENTY-FIVE per cent-
All goods, money nr valuable package* consigned to our
care will be forwarded promptly and careful ly.
Goods for shipment collected by our wagons iv any part
of the city.
J.3o— lw F. R. HILL, Agent.
LOCKHART - STINER,
NO. 1 EAST MAIN STREET, CORNER BANK,
HALL'S OLD CORNER.
A large and .elect stock of Ladies' aud Geullemen's FUR-
N ISIII.N- GOODS in every branch of tho trade, always on
hand, consist ing of ladies' and gents' TOILET ARTICLES
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY GOODS, Phalon A Sons* celebrated PERFUME
RIES, especially ths world renowned- NIGHT BLOOMING
CEREUB," "COCIN BANS PARETL SOAP," and "GOLD
EN CREST" Perfumery generally.
Shirts snd Drawers mode to order at short notice and
with dispatch. Special attention paid to the making of
Ladies' aud Children's garment*.
This being a branch home, we are enabled to supply the
trade on the most liberal terms.
Je22 LOCKHART A STINER.
TMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC!-
THE AMERICAN SOAP COMPAN .
Would respectfully inform the Public that thoy or* now
ready to sell the celebrated
MONITOR SOAP FOR WASHING.
Also FANCY and CASTILE SOAPS, POMADES, COS
KIMBERLY'S WHARF, Noaroig, Va., where they Invite
the Merchant, to call and wo them.
The Monitor Soap Is at Retail at all the Grocers.
j. 21 TODD A CO.
AJOTICE.—AII debtors to the lute firm
ALLYN, ROSE & CO.,
either by bond or open sccount, are hereby notified to
call ou the siibwriber .nil settle the sumo, as further in
dulgence cannot be given.
v W. 11. BROUGHTON,
j, 21-tf No 13 Loysll's Lune, Norfolk, V«.
J. C. FOSTER _ CO.,
Have taken the old established Warehouse of Messrs.
John llipkin. A Co. where we offer to the trade* large
and well selected stock of Groceries, Liquors, Win-
Ales, _c . cheap for cash
Jem J. C. FOSTER _ CO.
A SMALL COPPER STILL ANB
f\ Worm complete. Also, a fine set ofCoopcr'.Tools.
.e___-w " W*V)ANC_IS.UABE,
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.
fl m i p T_o_P ! ' '
WINES, A full stock of the CHOICEST All'fl
LIQUORS, CLES enniiientted iv the mitrrjin, |*le*tad
TOBACCO wi "' srKlt mn f "' nn " ,raa "-
Families, Physicians, and Invalid- requlr-
Ing PURE LIQUORS and WINES, niav ob-
tain them at reasonable price, at tho
WINE AND LIQUOR -TORE,
&"■ 12 Jfa ' n ,tntt > xm,er Atlantic Hulel
MUSTARD Pic " Nic l"""" 6 ' ,u PP" ed *'"' ALL THE
LUXURIES In thi* line aud neatly pack—
in Champagne Baskets, or case, for the trip.
OIL, Package* leut to any part of the city, free
OLIVES,' of charge, and samples fuiuished when re-
Ho. 25 Market Square, Norfolk, V».
SOLE AOENT FOR
BT. DOMINGO PREPARATIONS.
ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
ST. DOMINGO WINE.
ST. DOMINGO PUNCH.
Always on hand and for sale iv quantities of from to
500 case., at * slight advanco on New York prices.
j H 21 si- 1 Murkt-t BquAr*,
TTTINE AND LIQUOR STORE.
N. A. THOMPSON & Co.,
WATER AND ROANOKE STREETS, NORFOLK.
_ HIGH STREET,.PORTSMOLTH.
Would respei tfully iuvlto the attention of their Wends
aud the purchasing coinuiunity, to a well si ii-rted »—cfc
BRANDTEB—French, Teach. Apple and Utackborry.
WlNES—Sherry, Port, Claret, Bant erne, Chanipagn*.
GlNS—London, Cordial, Holland ami DoS—st—.
RUM—St. Croix, Jamaica und Mid-rd.
WHISKIES—Fine Old Bourbon, Nectar and Family Rye.
BlTTEßS—Plantation, Sherry Wine, California, uud
2,000 Cases extra lino Liquors, assorted, one dozen in
Case, for salo low by
N. A. THOMPSON* CO.
Jo '.6—tf Water and Roanoke ktreets.
p E O R G E B A N G S _ E R ,
No. 25 Market Square, Norfolk, Va.,
SOLE AGENT FOR Till)
OLD SACHEM BITTERS
no re a
CALL AND TRY THE BITTERS.
«_F> Liberal discount allowed to Grocers, Druggists am
all retail dealers.
i e 21. 20 M»rkot*BqnM-'
TTO! ALL YE THAT THIRST!
--' CoTno to the "TIPTOP" WINE AND LIQUOR STORE
No. 12, Main street, under the Atlantic Hotel BitlM_|
A bottle of good CLAUET at only 50 cents.
A bottle of PURE VIRGINIA CRAM 0DER,.40 cent*
A bottle of SCOTCH ALE, or LONDON ____-, if
™ "bottle of PHILADELPHIA ALE or PORTER, „
"a bottle of genuine CHAMPAGNE, H to $-1.00.
A bottle of PURE RYE or BOURBON WHISKEY.H M
« .. .. ■ « " " $_.oo
A bottle of Hi- OIN, BRANDY or RUM, $2.00 to tfcOt
All nurt* of BIT-ERS, for all sorts of diseases, (so said
Don't forget the place if you wish pure articles.
THE "TIPTOP. WINK AND LIQUOR WORE,
je 21 No. 12, Main uticet, Atlantic Hotel Building.
pEOR G E SA NG ST E E
t'j Afarktt Square, Norfolk, Va.
LAGER BEER, TOBACCO AND SEGARS
- HIGH STREET, Portsmouth,
SYCAMORE STREET, Pr.Tiinsii'.vno,
MAIN STREET, Richmond.
TUAHOO! WAHOOI WAIIOO
BEST BITTERS' IN TIIE WORLD,
SHERMAN BROTHERS & CO.,
16 and 18 Roanoke Squaro.
CHERMAN BROTHERS & CO.,
Nos. 16 and 18,
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS
PURE SPARKLING SODA
MATTHEWS' SILVER FOUNTAINS
WITH AU TH* CHOICE F*CIT M 111 P*.
SPARKLING SWEET HOCK,
A VERY DELICIOUS BEVERAGE,
CAM B£ rOCND AT
W. _*__It__ Drug Store,
.ie24—tf 14 Main St- uudertheAtlauticHotel.
ROANOKE HOUSE, Roanoke street,
OPPOSITE 'NORFOLK POST" OFFICE,
[Old Herald Building.]
Tho beet LIQUOR.', WINES, ALE. ic always on hand
and served iv the liesi style at the -hortout notice
AN ELEGANT SNACK will bo furnished; from II to I
o'clock daily, and meals, served at all hours.
Je 21—lni Proprietor.
200 v. bbl. Massey.Cellln. - CO.'s
CELEBRATED PHLIADELrHIA XX ALE,
warranted tha best in the market.
J. C. DAWSON * CO.,
Sole ageDt for Norfolk uud Portsaiouth
boskets and cases, pints and quarts,
Da St Marceaux Royal,
« - Redlor,
" " Carte Noire,
■' •• Carte Blanche,
C. H. and Star brands, by the package or bottle
"TIPTOP WINE AND LIQUOR STORE.
je2l Under Atlantic lintel.
esse* St. Julien, Medoc and other brands GENUINE
CLARET, at fair priics, by cose or bottle.
' TIPTOP WLNE AND LIQUOR STORE.
Jo _. Under Atlantic Hotel.
GORDON MIt.HADO & CO.,
ifI'.OCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
In hkak of tiie Custom House,
Cnstuntlv on haw! a whs* assortment of Family Gioi-e
rle*. je 29—tf
J A M E 8 REID'B
45. West Main Street
Slaiiii.iaclur, r e,f all kinds of Superior Ship Biscuits
Loaf Bread, Cuke's and Crackers.
I have just received new machinery and am prepared
to furnish the public and trade ithevervstyleofCrnckers
and warrant them to give satisfaction. 'Restaurants will
find It to ihclr interest to give me a rail a. lean furnish
them with Pic nic anil Oyster Crackers, nt Baltimore
prices, nnd nlivaysj'resh. A liberal discount allowed the
NoitroLK, Ya. _ Je29-_n
WM. NICHOLS & CO.,
BROOMS AND WOODEN WARE,
20 AND -*- Ito.IN'OKE sar.-tt,
je -7-tf NORFOLK, VA.
J" R. GILLETT,
WftoirsALE AND lIET.IIL LEAI.IR IM
COOKING and HEATING STOVES,
TIN, COPPER, SHEET IRON
AND JAPANNED WARE,
Roanoke Squahi, Cohnui of Wn>* Wati■ Stke.t,
Ay Roofing, Ship-woik and Jobbing piomjilly ntlcnil
A successful experience of over twenty-five years will
be a sure guaranteo to ibe public that they will be
carefully anil promptly served, J. R. UILLETT,
Nos. -1 and 7 Roanoke Square,
jo .1-1 ni and Wide Water Street.
\j A V HEW & BBOTHER'-.,
X NEWSPAPEB, BOOK, BTATIONEBY
No. 67 Main Street,
The latent anil best publications hy tho most popular
authors constantly on hand.
Agents tor the "ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL"—sent
by mall throughout th* Diqiarlment.
STATION'KItY for tin- army and navy.
Oi'ilers luoiiiptlv tilled anil forivardeil.
CARTE- IK VISIT- of i-elebtitii, constantly on
Mi/- Parti.-ulur attention paid to tilling orders for the
Neu York. Philadelphia ami Itnlttmore Dolly and Week
!v Paper*tad __■*■_**, Ac, ~c
Deato- in Photograph Alliums, Diaries, Blank Books.
iwluwfyi Fiiucv Artiiles, Drawing Paper, Clgaisi, Shoe
Blacking, Ac, ' )e if-—tf
IXrALKEK & CO.,
y\ IMPORTERS OF
AND i. i. i!.i i■ .■ IN Xl; N ri i' l. v
BOURBON & OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Ai;cnla for the American Vintage Company's
HU CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES.
Which ar. 1 tiiiiiciiiiilly recomnieiided by the moet eiftineut
physicians for MEDICINAL PURPOSES,
AH nf vhich are offered nf the very leavest market rates by
WALKER A CO.,
No. 6 Commercial Row, Norfolk, Va.
LI 'THER WALKER,
PLASTERER AND SLATER,
In prijiared to execute all oriler. for SLATING and
PLABT-UU—O, and his pairons nmv bo assured that es-
BU satisfaction will bo given as lo Woa__A.-Mi> anil .
REPAIRINO AND CLEANSING WALLS
Promptly attended to.
lli.-sidonco, No. 20 VY. Bute street, Norfolk, Vs.
\v/-LLIAM NICHOLS & CO.,
WHOIESALE AND BIIAII DIA_EIIB PI
ASSORTED WINES AND LIQUORS.
1" E_t Main ..treet, Opposite Market Square,
je 21 Noiiolk, V*.
R~R. GRAVES _ CO.,
• COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
74 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments to tho
j above house by J. M. RENSHAW,
1c 21 tf Bell's Wharf.
' T j_. EENSHAW,
» W • WHOLESALE GROCER,
) COMMIS3IO-." & FORWAEDINa MERCHANT,
BELLS WHARF, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
Liberal cosh advances made on consignments of South
- _n produco, for Mile or shipment lo New York, Boston,
i Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Agent New York and Virginia Sttamthip Company.
■*•* NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
MALTBY & CO.,
MERWIN & FERGUSON,
' aND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WiiiE-Wati— St. and Roanoke Sqi'-—e,
Will atU-" ,0 tho sale uf Real Estate, Merchandize, Ac.
Liberal aJvaUces made on cu;i 3 i_nineul.
F. F. FERGUSON.
I e 2i . t f s. o. MEinvi.v.
WHOLESALE DKALEKS IN ht'.'ERIOR
, . at--,
ill -..i,.. -i.iiit b*rg—— woill.l do well to call.
J. ' I -lf_ ___.
i TLA H TI O HO TEL.
i 2\. (i. NEWTON, Phoubietok,
NOR. v >_-.
Qn__- *••»>- '" readiness «• -W P«-_ngers to and
froiu the boats.
.i-i.u- .ml table always supplied with the choicest
\J_IM~ of overy variety, malt and spiritu,* l " LIQUORS.
i _fjt .. ,
DUDLEY BEAN & CO . ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, PRODUCE,
A3" Liberal advances made on all Mercbandl** and Pro
duco consigned. I e __-tf
gHKRMAM BROTHERS &. CO.,
Nos. 16 and 18,
GROCERIES AND LIQUO *_*_>
A FARSTON & MEEK'S
CLUB HO aw,
40 BANK STREET.
Where all patrons are furnished with every' delicacy tha
markets alWd. rooked to order, to suit the most lastidjou.
Also a choice selection of ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIGARS Particular and personal attention is given to
the catering fir this establishment by tho proprietors.
je 22-tf MARSTON A MEEII.
T OCKHART & STINER,
LADIES', OE-"f Ti AND CHILDREN'S
PERFUMIRY, TOILET ARTICLES, Ac.
Extracts Soapa- Colognes Pomade*. Lilly
WUitoi, _c, Ac, fee.
No. 1 Mai- Bt*e-t, Coixnt or Bani,
WnOLi- ALE AND RETAIL. Agent* tor THAIO- *
SON S telcl iratcd f crfumer}. i
rpOB-U-L-BBTATE PUBOHA 8 ERS.
We I—ft* for sale On •*____—_lgtwn*tb* feUoWfas
A FINK RESIDENCE on Hast Main street In , |
pair, rout*__*J IU ltn-mis with .1! in .1 - ~ ~,,.
pertaining t>i a lii-.I class Residonoe, Tv ntji
Main street mil running in 1- 120 f>-i t.
This i- one of tbe _—rl .' •■■ , i
The property can be examined at any time.
A FA RM SJ '■ miles from the city, on the Eastern branch
ofthe Ellzahe-i Itlver, with two brick boils-* lad lli- i.
cossary nut liuiitei, contaiiiing UN Acres, luO of wbicb Is
This Farm offer* supeiior Inducement- te wn cker*,it
being accessible to the city by land or Water.
Several line BUILDING LOTS In good locution* for <sli
SHAW & ROBERTS,
Auction etui Commission Merchant*.
Corner Roanoke Square und Wide-Water Sir st
jy 7 tf Nuuelk, Va
I7OR SALE—THAT LARGE AND
i VALUAKLE PLANTATION' IN Til:. CfilNIY
ur" PRINCESS ANNE, KNOWN AS "LAWBON'B. 1
It contains about 1,-WO acres, nu 'A _ which is re. arded
-.isthenio.t lertilo land lv the county, suited I r Uis
grasses aud cereal crops. It is about 7 miles trom Ntr
folk by land, over* good road.aud hasa landing on 1.:..' I
Creek (about two miles f.om tbo plantation), which coin
niuDicali. by easy boutnge with tho city.
It is within threo uulee of tlie Easti-ru branch of tin
tlm Elizabeth riv, r, aud the stnuo distance of Lynnhsven
bay mid river, wlu-re aie perhaps tho choicest _«U aud
oysters on tbo coast. Thero Is a Water Mill attached,
Which may lie luade very profitable.
The whole tract i. level, aud oaj_bl* of division Into
smaller farm", and convenient for vegetable gaiile___
for Northern market.
'lucre are I'M) au_ of cleared land, nnd th* remtl-dei
in lurist. A largo und wull-nnisued brick dwelling, and
all the outer buildings toi a lar.;o plautsticu, with the
ii- i.il ii nits or the climate, make It ready i.i Unni.iUalo
aim lima has becu ditched thoroughly, at a bugs cost,
.wnl the fencing consists chiefly ot Juniper rsils, ol
strength and enonj-DOe.
I win _ll Iv whole or lnpait, and ou such tern- ss
may bo desirable. - -~,.-.,
In my absence apply to W. W. Sharp or Ei-tard Walk.
jSJb 2awlf RICHARD B. BAKER
[The llslfimoro American, -_ili'dclpliii luquirei-, uul
Now Y..rk Herald will please copy twice a week till for
b il, nnd tend bill to tliia office lor collection)
P" EOPLE'i LINE FOR NEW-BERN
INTERIOR OF NORTH CAROLINA!
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL
The only and Entirely New Routr.
Tin- Steamers of this line will l_- nM_ «_U_ Sea folk
lot Si-ivbei'ii.un th* aniv.il of Ihe bc_* from Balthuori
on i._da,.,Thursdays iiiidSaturdais.
-■turning. «iU leave Nev.belli Tuesdays, ThuisTM,
ami htusVHS.coniiwtin. withr.i!lway.lorOolu*boro«p.
R i algh, Weldon, Biaufort, _«__•(- City aud Wilnilng.
various linos of Railways nre nearly all conitilet.J
in the State.if North Carolina, and pasaenMT* will h-V„
little or no difflculiy In reaching their destination on any
of the lines of Railway. ..n __~-.
The boat, are of the first class, nnd commanded by mtu
of experienc.-. who will see uo pain* .pared to uiaks p««-
M _S_?__-f-7S____--- Hutttc, it will bo found-, more
pleasant than by a sea route.
«jpKroir;ht taken at Low Rates.
For further iu-imation, apply —irtrf^pa
Boanoke Island, >". C
Oeo.Oihet, Nowbern, - C. j>' 1-"
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLER
TIIE OLD AND EST ABLI3IIED
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
CAPTAIN GEORGE W. RCSSEIL
STEAMER DANIEL WEBSTER,
CAPTAIN W. R. ROI X,
Carrying the U. S. Mail and Adam's Express Company*
freight, leave the (lovei-nuii'iil Wkoii', Norl'Jlk, dal'j st
3U o'clock lor Baltimore.
For freight and piisseiigoi nccomuio .lations, the s!ci_i _ !
cannot be surpassed.
l'as*oiiger» taking theso Slcaint- nn Ivo In Baltimore In
time lo ii.iiuei't with tlio early trains to WaailnfWn and
all points Ninth and West. •
'I liiougli tickets can be procured on thcec Steamor* I >.
Washington, Philadelphia and Seie York.
Baggage checked, to, all points free of charge, and »pc
cial attention given to' the delivery. •
THOS. II WLBB, Api-Pt
Old Douiiuiiiu copy. ______ _
VOl'i C E !
THE FAST AND FAVOBTTE STEAMER
Will rtm regular trips from this date, as follow.
Leavo Norfolk, for Old I'oint, at X. AM
" Old Point for Hampton, at 0
'• Hampton for Norfolk, at 10 "
•' Norfolk for Newport's New. and Hamp
ton.at -■■■ 2 P.M
■' Hamilton for Norfolk «
Lean- Norfolk,Ml J A"
" Hampton for Norfolk, nt V
" Norfolk, touching at Newport's News, at 3 P. M
" Hampton for Norfolk, at 6
Starting from Mcintosh's wharf, N.Jifn'.k.
NoRfOLK, Va., June 2Sth, In—
ATOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.
THE NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMER-)
CAPT. GEORGE M. HUNG--OV,
CAFT. P. McCARRICK,
CABBYI-JG IHE V. S, MAIL AND ADAMS'
leavo the Oovornmorit Wharf dally nt 6 o'olcck, A. M.
touching at old Point, City Point, and the dilftrent land
ings ou the James River.
No expense has been tjareil in lilting out these steam
ers wpi—tly for ths"itcconimcrfiitioii of day tn.vellei-.
They havo large, open, airy ealocns, from which all ob
jects of interest along the route nny )•« eeen.
Travellers taking theie Steamers will an ivo In Rich
mond at nn early hour, as their speed is unequalled.
For freight or pa»i_go upply to tli. P-ticr* of the
Stoamers, ur at the ofllco of th* Company.
THUS. U. WEEB,
ATEW DAILY LINE
MJKI'OLK TO FORT XIoNKOE AND BA_n_t.!tE
CTTY POINT AND RICHMOND.
CARRYIX': THE UXITED STATES.VATI.
The splendid Etonme—
GEORGE LEAKY. - • Cept.Bu_i_._-.
JAMES T.BUADk', - - C*p___»-i
U-ave Norfolk for Baltimore daily, at s>_ u'd_k. P. M
Retturning, li ive Bsltimoio daily at v P. M. _.i
--riving at Baltimore in lime lor th* early Viaauington ono
Northern Iruiti. ..
CTTY POINT, - - - Capt. TiISOT,
■IHCTATOR, - - - Cupt.D__JjO,
i 1 Leavo Notlolk for Richmond daily, at 6 o'clock, A. .-•-•
I Returmug, liuvo Riclnaond daily, at 6 o'clock, A. M^
j Touching at Jamc.towu and Wiloon's whari, going and
g___S_ tickets sold for Waehictton, Philadelphia n^
' _-M*sJM » nu t*?- 1 - 0 <-____-■' al r**!"" 13 " Croß
boat to cars free of char.c. ..„,„--.
Tho passeuger accommodations en the shove stea-aor.
are uuaurpessed, and the laid- are well iiippuml.
i Tbe slwimcrslcnvo Norfolkfromtho whart footof Boss
oko Square. For _»ight or paewge nppiy - beoto, or at
I 1 ; 11. V. TOMPKINS, A,eu._
POR NEW YORK.
IILE NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA-STEAMSHIP COM
i *"" panvs STEAMSHIPS LEAVE NORIOU*
fim NEW YORK, AS .'OUOWS:
CAPT '•>' COUCH,
Every Tuenlsy, at S<■ "
Every Saturilay, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
' Tlie _»■__• r - si--pmraoila_o_i ou board t'ueie tttani
and Moal*, .12 00.
vZ freight or Passage spp'.y oa board, or to
jJ5_-3 6 J. M. RLNSHAW
TH 0 R SALE.
M fino WAGON Huk.F.S, with WAOOSf »na
I HARNESS. The horsea are perfectly aoclliaaled, and
have worked tugethor for two y ears.
Will be sold separata it dcsiiid.
vv - G. II BEVEBICT,
jc_S-lw Foot ot R. ■tnoko S.yti—e S.ip
Mlt. JOHN M. WELLS,
j ft wtlt KSOW
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
has opi-noilbasiness on Ot-_B_*_ street tlireedoonfr-.-i
A " ° rvlt " ° U ' *--%_- MW_L»
T EFT ATTiECOC N t TEEO F
I j HENRY HOWARD'S Store, a Mcu:»-. *'" ncl * :
containing a small amount o[ Monoy, Ba ,t „
Kcvb and some Machine Needles. Tho lady takii'S •"*"[■
will plcaso return them and no OMsttoM will be ->*'*
a* she is known and will save further trouble,
1 (\ BALES INDIA BAG-TING, FOR
IU _U.low BEJfgHATr
j f _3-tf Bell'.-har.
T UMBER AND BLABS.-50,0il-
refuse Lumber '$*fap& m j mlm ,