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A LENS' S_T 11 E A T R E
TEMPLE OF ■ MOM US.
FRIDAY EVENING, .ICLY 7TB. 1895.
THIRD AND LAST NIGHT
NIGHTINGALE OPERA TROUPE.
■ THE PIONEEEIt BAND OF AMERICA!
ThJi company has performed In the city of Kichmond
for the post fivo years, with a success unprecedented iv
tha annals of Ethiopian Minstrelsy.
LOOK AT THE LIST OF
B J. BUCKLEY,
■• BILLY LF.WIS.
J H. HARVEY,
SIO MORINO, B. A. B ARROW, J. B.COTTON,
Justly acknowledged by the press and the public the
FOURTEEN SABLE STARS,
Hfjk-Dres. Circle and Parquett. 60 Cts.
Gallery 2o cts. Colored Boxes 50 cts.
Colored Gallery 25 cts.
oK* Private Boxes, So 00.
Doors open at 7s. Curtin rises at BJ-.
Box Office open from 10 a. if. to 3 r. ar.
See Small Bills.
■ ■ i i. ' -
A TLANTIC COAST MAIL
FOR NEW YORK!
IHE NEW AND FIRST CLASS STEAMSHIP
WIU leave Dixon's Wharfoo THURSDAY, July Oth, at
Tour o'clock, P. M.
For Freight or pas-age. having excellent accommoda
tions., apply to T. O. YOUNG,
jy 6—lit No. 0 Roanoke Seiuaie.
EHD NEW AJTD l__t CLASS SIDE-WHEEL
HATTE R A S,
CATTAIN LEWIS PABItISH,
Will leave New York on SATURDAY, July sth, for
Norfolk, and will leave Dixon'* Wharf on WEDNESDAY.
July l_th, at Four o'.-iuck, P. M , lor New York.
For Freight or Passage, having excellent iicconunoda
tions, apply to T.O.YOUNG,
Jy .—lit No. b ltuunol— Square.
PEOPLE'S LINE FOR NEW BERN
INTERIOR OF NORTH CAROLINA!
CARRYING THE CNl'l'-P STATUS MAIL.
The only and Entirely New RorrE.
Tha Steamers ot this lino will leave mail wharf, Norfolk
for N_w-ern, On the arrival of the boats from Baltimore
kc v Tu..- i<l iy\ Thursday? and Saturdays.
Returning, will leave Newbern Tuesdays, Thursday,
and Saturday-., connecting with railways for Ooldsborouglt,
Raleigh, Wolduu, Beaufort, -lor-lieud'City an.l Wilming
The vnrlouE line? of Railways are nearly all completed
In the State of North Carolina, and passenger* will have
little or no difficulty in reaching their destination on any
of the lines of Railway.
I—i* boats are of the first class, and commanded by men
of *xperience, who will see no pains spared to make pas
Being entirely au Inland Rout*, it will bo found far more
pleasant than by a sea —ate.
' taken at Low Rates.
For further inloiuiatiou, apply to
W. C. EDWARDS,
Roanoke Island, N. C.
_f_o. QI.S.T, Newbern, N. C. jy I—tf
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLERS
X GOING NORTH.
TIIE OLD AND ESTABLISHED
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
CAPTAIN OEORGE W. RUSSELL.
STEAMER DANIEL WEBSTER,
CAPTAIN W. R. ROI X,
Carrying th* 0. 3. Mail and Adam's Express Company's
Pi tight, leave tho Government Wharf, Norfolk, dally at
fSU o'clock lor Baltimore.
For freight aud passenger nccommodatioui, the iteamerp
cannot bo .urpa—ed.
Passengers taking these Steamers arrivo in Balimore in
time to connect with the early train, to Washington and
all points North mid West.
Through tickets can bo procured on these Steamers (or
W»shington, Philadelphia uml New York.
Baggage checked to all pulnts 1V0... ot charge, and spe
cial at—ntion given to tho delivery.
THOS. 11. WEBB, Agent.
Old Dominion copy. Jy I—tf
""V" O T I C E !
THE FAST AND FAVORITE STEAMER
Will run rsgnlar trips from this date, as follows:
L*av* Norfolk, for Old Pcint at 7 A.M
" Old Point lor Hampton, at 9 "
" Hampton for Norfolk, at 10 "
-* Norfolk tor Newport's Newi and Hauip
ton.at 2 P.M.
" Hampton for Norfolk 6 "
UanNorfolk,at 7 A.M
" Hampton for Norfolk, at 9
" *—riolk,—ucktiigatNewpor''iN.wi,at 3 P.M.
" Hampton for Norlolk, at 6 "
• Starting from Mcintosh's wharf, Norfolk.
Norfolk, Va., Juue -6th, 1-—.
w Je 28—tf
'V'OTICE TO TRAVELLERS.
I -HE NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS
CAPT. GEORGI. M. LIVINGSTON,
CAPT. P. McCARRICK,
CABHYINO THE V. 6. MAIL AND ADAMS 1
leav* the Governmont Wharf daily at U o'clock, A. M.
touching at Old Point, City Point, and the MnM lund
fngs on tho James lllver.
Noe-penae has beeu spared In lifting oul thsie iteam
•rs expressly tor the in-eumnioilutioii of day travellers.
They have large, open, airy saloon.., from which all ob
j-ects of Interest along the route may be seen.
Travellers taking the o Steamers will arrivo in Rich-
B—ud at tin early hour, as their speed is unequalled.
For freight or passage apply to th. Pur.ers ol the
Stumer*, or at the ollice of the Company, -v
THUS. 11. WEBB,
r ■ ——_. 1
NEW DAILY LINE ■
NORFOLK TO FORT MONROE AND BALTIMORE
CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.
CABRYIXQ TBE VNITED STATES MAIL.
The splendi I steamers
GEORGE LEARY, - - Capt Bi-EU-Uf,
JAMES T. BRADY, - Capt. Lisnrs, .
Leavo Norfolk lor Baltimore daily, at 3J4 o clock, P. M
Returning, leav* Baltimore daily at ti o'clock, P M. Ar
riving st Baltimore in time for th j early Washington and
Th* st— mers
CITY POINT, - - - Capt Taibot,
DICTATOR, - - - Capt Dr.-T-.vo,
l*av« Norfolk for Richmond daily, at 0 o'clock, A. M —
Returning, have Kichmond daily, at 6 o'clock, A. M.
-ouchiug *i Jamestown and V.'ihon'i wharf going and
Through tickets lold for Washington, Philadelphia and
Passengers and baggage transferred at Baltimore from
boat to cars free-of charge.
The passenger accommodations on thy above steamers
ar* unsurpassed, and the tables are well supplied.
The -earners —arc Norfolk froni tho whorl foot of Roan
oke Square. For freight or passage apply on board, or at
th* office on the whorl
Je -1-tf H. V. TOMPKINS, Agent.
T?OR NEW YORK.
rE NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP COM
PANY'S STEAMSHIPS LEAVE NORFOLK
FOR NEW YORK, AS FOLLOWS:
Ivory Tuerdav, at 8 o'clock, P M.
' Th . B ** l 7 at 8 o'clock, P. M.
«-l_i*_l*_""' e: "' acc oiuiii,iJations oa board these steam
A u -—•arpaased
-VHFr.i 5 .ht U o- B P__^ roo,n »•"' •••«-'•• * 12 W.
J. M. RENSHAW.
f UMBER AND~!_TaBS-_OOOO
L_ fc*■ reftw Lumbw and f," -00 ' 000
By authority of tho SiM-rctary of Treasury, the nnder
siKned lias assumed the Oeneral Subscription Agency foi
the sale of United States Treasury Notes, bearing seven
and throe-tenths per tent. Interest, per annum, known
r SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN.
These Notes nro is— cd under date of August IStli, 1564,
uml are payable throe years from that time, in currency,
t or arc convertible at tlie option of the holder into
UNITED STATES 6-20 SIX PER CENT. GOLD-BEAR
The— bonds aro now worth a premium of nine per cent.
j including gold lntorest from November, which makes tho
c in il profit on tho 7-0 loan, at current rates, including
• merest, about ten por cent, per annum, besides iv exemp
tion from State and municipal taxation, which adds from
one to three per cent, more, according to the rate levied on
other property. The interest la payable lemi-annually by
coupons attaciied to oach note, which may bo cut off and
•old to any bank or banker. -»
Tho lntorest amounts to
One cent per day on a $50 not*.
Two cents tIOO "
Ten " " " " $500 "
20 " " « " $1000 "
$1 $5000 "
' Notes of all tbe denomlnatloni named will he promptly
fun.!shed upon receipt of subscriptions. This is
THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
now offered by the Government, and it ii confidently ex
pected that Its lup.rlor advantages will mske it tho
• GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF THE
Less than $200,000,000 remain uusold, which will proba
bly bu disposed of withiu the next sixty or ninsty days,
when tho notes will undoubtedly command a premium, as
hai uniformly been the case on closing the subscription*
to other Loans.
In order that citizens of every town and section ofthe
, country may be afforded facilitie* for taking tho loan, the
National Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers through
out the country have generally agreed to receive subs crip
tion* at par. Subscribers will ieleet their own agents, in
whom thoy havo confidence, and who only are to'he re
sponsible for tho d—ivory o r the notes for which they re
ceive orders. JAY COOKE,
Sui-scription Agent, Philadelphia.
Snbscriptio_3 *•*_ he r—elrcd by the Exchange Nation
il Bank cf Norfolk. Virginia.
FACTS ABOUT THE 7-30's—THE AD
VANTAGES THEY OFFER.
Tan- A-SOLf.. S.ctT.r.T —Nearly all active credits ar*
nor.- based on Government securities, and banks hold them
is the very best and strongest investment thiy can make.
If it wcro possible to contemplate tbo financial failure of
the Government, no bank would be any safer. If money
ii lnanod on individual notes or bond and mortgage, it
will be payable ln the same enrrency as tho Government
pays witli, and no better. The Government never ha*
failed to meet its engagements, and the national defet is a
lirst moit_ngeiipon the whole property ofthe country
M'iiiie other stocks fluctuate from ten to fifty, or eveu a
greater per cent., Goreruuiant stocks are always compara
lively firm. Their value is fixed and reliable, beyond all
other securities; fur while v thousand speculative bubble*
—a* aii'l burst, as a rule they are never below par, and are
i ift en above.
lis Libebal Ixtimst.—The general rate of interest is
»i_ per cent., payable annually. Thil is seven and three
tenths, payable semi-annually. If you lend on mortgage,
there inr. t bo a searchiug of titles, lawyers' fee*, stamp
•lutl.-snnd delays, and yon will finally have returned to
you only the samo kind of money yon would rocelvo from
the Government, and less of it. If you Invest in this loan,
you have no trouble. Any bank or banker will obtain It
lor you without charge. To each noto or bond are affixed
five 'coupons" or interest tickets, due at the expiration of
oach successive half-year. The holder of a noto has limp
ly to cut off one of theie coupons, present It to tho nearest
bank or Government Agency, and receive his iuterest; the
note itself need not bo presented at all. Or a coupon thus
payable will everywhere be equivalent, when due, to mo
noy. If you wish to borrow ninety cent* on the dollar
upon the notes, you have tho highest security in tho mar
ket to do it with. If you wish to sell, It will bring within
i fraction of coit and interest at any moment. It will be
v.'ry handy to liave In tho house.
It is Coj"v_-iii>_- into a six per cent, gold-bearing bond.
At the expiration of three years a holder of the notes of
the 7-30 Loan has tho option of accepting payment in full
or of funding his notes in a six por cent, gold interest bond
the principal payable ln not less thau five, nor more than
twenty years from its date, as the Government may elect
These bonds are held at such a premium as to make this
in—ile-RC now worth two or three por cent, per annum, and
adds so much to the interest. Notes of the same clan, is
ed three years ago, ate now selling at a rate that fully
proves the con—tneis of this statement.
lis Ex.MriioM rrtoM Sran on M-xicifai Taxatios.—
Hut Midi from all the advantages wo hay* enumerated, a
-pecial Act of Congreu exempts all bondt and Treasury
<wtes from local taxation. On the average, thli exemption
is worth about two por cent, per annum, according to the
rata of taxation in various parts ol tho country.
It is a Nation v. Savings Bank.—While thli loan pre
sents great advantages to large capiuliits, it offers ipecial
inducement.! to thono who wish to make a safo and profit*.
bl* investment of small savings. It ia every wny the best
Xavings' Bank; for every institution of this kind must
"omehow invest its elcpo9itß profitably in order to pay in
terest and expenses. Thoy will iuviwt largely ln this loan,
as the best Investment. But from the gross Intereat win. h
lluy receive, thoy mint deduct largely for the expemes of
iho Ban-. Their usual rate of interest allow., to deposi
tori is 5 per cent, upou sumi ovor $500. The person who
invests directly with Qoverument will receive almost 50
l.er cent. more. Thus the man who dep'_lts $1000 ln a
• nitate Savingi," Bank receives 50 dollars a year Interest.
il' he deposits the same sum in this National Savings' Bank i
he receives 73 dollars. For those who wish to find a lafe,
convenient, and profitable means of investing their surplus
earnings which they have reserved for their old age or for .
tbe benefit of their children, there is nothing which pre
tenti so many advantage! as this National Loan.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
At No 11 Market Square—Sign of tlie Ate.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I would respectfully inform-my old cuitomtri and th*
public generally that I am receiving daily large addition*
to my already extensive stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
which I Invite ths public to examine before purchasing
Jy o—tf W. R. nUBGINS.
CHAW & ROBERTS,
aCCTIONEER bTx D GENERAL
Corner Wide-Water and Roanoke
Goods consigned sold to the host advantago, and liberal
advances made. Particular attention given to the lale of
Real Estate, and renting of Dwellinx Houses.
Other sales of Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac, will he pro
AH goods consigned will be sold promptly and returni
made at once. Jy I—tf
1 Ci BALES INDIA BAGGING, FOR
A \J lale low to close consignment.
, „, _, *W. JUCNBHAW,
, J* B *-* Ms.i*__-
*■»".'■■ ■*'■ - RRINfiNO.
■"PHE NORFOLK POST
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE,
(FOBKEUr THB H*-_-> B-U-*"10,)
NEAR MAIN STREET,
Will be complete ln all lt« appointments. Th* latest lm
together with ths mo«t PROFICIENT and EXFERI
NCBD JOB PRINTERS, will enable n» to ixecuti
VERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING In ths molt aatis
-Ktory manner. The facilities afforded by the BES.
ND LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY, will also en*
c a* to furnish work at a great reduction from formal
rie*» In Norfolk, rendering It unnecessary eithor on ac
count of mechanical execution or price, for any to lend
their orders away to hay* thorn -lied-
and Card work of every description, PLAIN and in
COLORS, will b* printed in th* VERY BEST STYLE and
All orders should b* plainly written, •specially prop«
name*, to prevent mistakes, ud banded In at the Count
, ing room on the flrit floor, or if lent by I*ttir addr*i**d to
E. M. Brow v, Norfolk Poat.
C**h on delivery of the work, except in rues whtri or
dori ar* from regular advertisers Iv tbe latter case) bills
will be rendered monthly.
ffAnONAL BANK. ~~^
("~__E__XC_t__K r GE
GILBERT C. WALKER.
JNO, JAY KNOX.
THOMAS CREAMER. CINCI-AIUS W. NEWTON.
EDWARD M. BROWN. GEORGE SANGSTER.
F PARKS. WILLIAM NICHOLS
GILBERT C. WALKER.
STMENT DEPOSITORY AND'
.NCIAL AGENT OF THE
—— ' I
Exchange. __auk Building.. Main Street.
AGENT FOR 7-30 LOAN,
A constant supply of Note* will be kept nn hand.
This Bank will buy and sell all classes of GOVERN
MENT SECURITIES at current market rates,
i FURNISH EXCHANGE and make collections en ALL
THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES.
Purchase Government Vouchers on the MOST FAVOR
ABLE TERMS, and give CamrcL »sd Pkompi At-iktton 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, 1
Office or C«kptrollir of Cubr.sct, v
WASHixtiio.", May 13th, 1605. J
Wfl-l—A9, by satisfactory evidence presented to tlie un
dersigned, it has been made to appear that the "EX
CHANGE NATIONAL BANK OF NORFOLK," in the
City of Norfolk, in the County of Norfolk, and Stat* of
Virginia, ha* been duly organized under and according to
requirement* of ths Act of Congress entitled "An Act to
provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge of United
I Stat** bonds, and to provide for tb* circulation and re
demption thereof," approved June 3d, ISM, and has com-
I plied with all the provisions of said Act to be cumplleil
I with before commencing the business of Bankiug under
I said Act:
Now, iniitxroiti, I, Fx.i__- Cl._--, Comptroller of
I the Currency, do hereby certify that "TIIE EXCHANGE
NATIONAL BAN- OF NORFOLK," in the City of Nor-
I folk, in the County of Norfolk, and State of Virginia, is
I authorized to commence the business of Banking under
I tb* Act aforsssid.
I f"""**~v\ * n testimony whereof, witness my hand and
fl*;* (Seal of offic* ibis thirteenth day of May,
Comptroller of the Currency.
TREASURY OF TIIE UNITED STATES,)
D-isiox of thi N..-OS-. Banks, >'
Washington, June ti, lSt_>. )
It is hereby certified that THE EXCHANGE NATION
AL BANK OF NORFOLK, Virginia, a Banking Associa
tion organized und.r the Act "To provide a National Cur- I
rency, secured by a pledge of United Stares Bonds, and to I
provide for th* circulation and redemption thereof,'' ap- I
proved June 3,18C4, having compiled with the require- I
ments of section 45 of said Act, au'l with the rcgrulalio n I
nf this Department made in pursuance, thereof, has this I
ilay been designated as a Depository of Public Money i, ex- I
cept receipts from Customs, and by virtue of such designa- 1
tion will also be employed as a Financial Agent of ihe I
Government. F. E. SPINNER,
je 21-tf Treasurer V. S.
WANTS - j
TT Ten dollars per month will be given. Apply at I
No.'s 8 and 11 Union street. Jy 4 —lw* ,
FURNISHED, lor a single gentleman, in priva t- I
family—near Main Street. En .uir« at this Ollice
ROOM not far from this office. Enquire at the I
Counting Room of tbe Poit. je _o—tf |
TI7" ANTED. ~" j
A man who has had experience In laying a Wooden R. I
Road track can lind etnploymeut by applying at W- R. I
Hurt tins' Hardware itore, No. 11 Market suuare.
)e _7-2w PRESTON, PFLLS * CO. I ,
"CURE, LIFE AND MARINE
NO. 22 W. MAIN STREET, NORFOLK, VA.
THO3. CREAMER * SON , AGENTS
WITH FUU. POWIRS.
j AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL REPRESENTED,
Phenlx Insurance Company of Brooklyn.
| Maryland Fir* Insurance Company of Baltimore.
| Home Insurance Company of New York
Peabody Fire Iniurance Company of Baltimore.
Waihingten Life Iniurance Company of New York.
BOARD OF RKFEREES :
Charles Reld, Gilbert C. Walker, I
C. L. CJc, w. W. Lamb,
j Porter Sherman, Wm. T. Harrison, i
H. 0. Stewart, Richard Dickson,
' Geo. Sanpter,, A. L. Hill, 1
E. D. Smith, C. Burru**.
I JL ruR
THE METROPOLITAN FIRK INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK,
THE ASSOCIATED FIREMENS'INSCRANCE COMTA
NY OF BALTIMORE.
Th* nibKtiber, —presenting the abov* ant— tantial and I
wall known Compact**, is prepared to take rliks at liberal I
i t*ferim lan«4Ma_-Str-MJ J
_ _ Wl-HE8 L LIftUORS,Jkc ; _
V*KEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE!
ORIJAT.JREDCCT-ON LN" PRICES OF
The subscriber would respectfully call the attention of
keeper! of Hotels, Restaurants snd other* to bis stock of
Liquon, and aiks from them _ trial, guaranteeing satl»
faction in every Instance, lie would be pleased to lee
his o'd friends and customers, Um-lng them that they
will bo waited upon as cheerfully ns of yore.
ALSO CONSTANTLY RECEITIKG
Aud in fact everything usually ,*.°--d in a wholesale gr
eery store, which will be sold at the lowest posiible prices,
J. J, WOoDhKI-iuE,
Jc 30—1 m If». c Roanoke Square.
riEOKGE S A N G S T Elt
No. 25 Market Square, Norfolk, Va.,
SOLE AOENT FOR
HUBBEL'S GOLDENT BITTERS,
THI DBl! UN" THE WORLD J
LOSS OF APPETITE.
For sale by the quantity at a (light advance on the
I* 21 No 26 Market Square
A LE AND PORTER.
.0 barrels bottled ALE ami PORTER, of the -nest
I brewiug, foreign and domestic.
I Pure Virginia CHAD CIDER, iv pints and i,uarts.
"TIPTOP" WINE AND LIQUOR STORE,
J* 21 Under Atluutic ll_*l.
uthce No. 6, Roanoke Square, near Wide-Water
EASTERN, WESTERN AND SOUTHERN EXPRESS
ESTABLISHED IN 1839.
!HBW EXPRESS ROUTE
r the New Linn of Popular U. 8. Mail Steamers JAMES
RADY and OEoltO_ LEARY tn Baltimore, and City
it antl Dictator to Fort Monroe, City Point. Petersburg
c -Would respectfully inform Merchants, Bankers,
icrs sadcltilena generally, that we forward Merclian-
Spcciu, Bank Notes, Jewelry and Valuables to all
ts accessible by Railroad.-, or Steamboat.-, lv tho Uui
itates, Canada or Euro,.e.
mittence. to Europe. Draft* on the Royal Bank of
nJ, I.ondeu Paris, Germany and Switzerland, iv sums
it. payable at sight,
—ages hy B—am*r, or the old Black Star Line of
;et Ship.-, dm be hud at this ofiice.
j will take special pains to forward all articles en
ed to our caro with the greatest possible dispatch,
insure prompt delivery, as we send THROUGH MES
SRS dally by the New U. S. Mail Line of Fust Stea
to Rich-—nd uml llnltinio—, connecting there for
—stem, Western und Nurtuern States,
ters to call for Freight or Package*'"*- at the office,
i Roanoke Square, will be promptly atleudi d to.
press for Baltimore nud the North closes at 1.30 P. M.
pi ess for Richmond, 4c, clna-es at 0 P. M.
T_.OJ-F.UN, LIVINGSTON _ CO.,
, .- .-,--. Proprietors.
-. Hut, Agt., No. 0 Roanoke Square.
ADAMS' EXPKJ.SB COMPANY,
61 CHURCH _r., :
All military rc-trlctions haviag been removed on goods
coming iroin Baltimore to Norlolk, Oy Express, and our
utilities being greater now than during tlie war, wo have
luood the rates of freight ut least .. per cent, aud are
pared to bring freight through-nth cam and dispatch,
relght, money und valuable packages torivurUed to ull
ts ol the United State?.
ills, draft*, _c, collected and prompt returns made,
ur wagon* call in any part ol tho city lOr goods.
I 20-tf J. v. IUUNE-, Ager.t.
'V X P BESS NOTICE.
NO. 6 ROANOKE SQUARE.
ti would call Ihe attention of the Merchants and other*
tho citioi of Norfolk and Portsmouth, that owing to
the —creased facilities afforded us by tho New Line of
Sl— mers to B—tliuoro, we _&-._ been enabled to rodttce
the rates of Freight TWENTY-FIVE per cent.
All goods, money or valuable packages consigned to our
caro will be lorwardod promptly anil carefully.
Goods for shipment coll—led by our wagoua in any part
ol the city.
je liO—lw FJl^llX^Agrnl.
TV I ORRISGWATHMEY ~& CO^
2. WIDE WATER STREET,
Offer for sale s.veial loto of Good BUTTER, low to close
I Therwlll receive by steamer from New York to-day.
I CHEESE. LARD, BUTTER, SPICES, SUGAR, TEA, *c
I at mod-rat, julie?. JyG-Gt*
fUD E B BRANDY.
FIVE THOUSAND GALLONS,,
From One to Five Years old. I
Samplei of eaoh sent by express, i
WITH LISI OF PRICES, FOR ONE DOLLAR I
ALSO IX CASES j
OP ONE AND TWO DOZEN EACH.
U. S. CONOVER.Di3-i.itii,
je 21—lm Freehold, New Jersey. I
T}I)RN_SHED HOU.E WANTED.
Ihe houGe ahould be vithin a _"• w minute* walk from I
the Custom House. AddrtM J----**.*-:., at tiiia office.
je :'.n ____„
TMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC!-
THE AMERICAN SOAP COMPAN _
I Would respectfully inf—-in the Public that they are now
I ready to sell the celebrated
MONITOR SOAP FOR WASHING.
Also, FANCY and CASTILE SOAPS, POMADES, CO3
I KIMBERLY'S WHARF, No_—U, V*., where they invite
I the Merchants to call anl lee th>m
i The Monitor Soap is at Retail at all the Grocers.
je- TODD k CO.
OFFICE TREASURER, I
NoßrniKCitv 8u Wonis. July Ist 1*65. f
THE CONSUMERS OF GAS in the
I city of Norfolk, are hereby notified thnt the rate
ofsupply rorall Om consumed on and after July Ist,
until further notice, will be five dollars per thouiand
feet, If paid on or before the oth of the month.
For bills paid after the Sth of the month, the rato of
I -upply will be six dollars (-._) per thousand feet.
A. P. BLUNT, ferret Clonel and A. Q. M.
Jy4-tf Treasurer N.n-fnlk City Gua Works.
AND SEED STORE,
NO. ltt WEST PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
SiStrtCTORT, —ICaiNt SHOP A-D 70-TBET,
_J»_NES, LIQUORS, -c. j
_'. T tf TO P !
WINES, A full stock of the CHOICEST AHTI
LIQUORS, CLES enumerated ln the margin, selected
TOBACCO W '"* s ™*' care for ' lI " , traile '
Families, Physicians, and Invalids reiyalr-
ing PURE LIQUORS aud WINES, may ob-
tain them at reasonable prices at the
WINE AND LIQEOR STOBE,
- T - rn A_. 12 Main ttrttt, under Atlantic Eotrf
MUSTARD p tc-Nlc parties rappliod with ALL Til
LUXURIES in this lino and neatly pack
in Champagne Baskets, or cas„ for th* tri
9*_» Packages sent to any part of tho city, ii
OLIVES, 0 f charge, and lamples furnished when r
1 ~ -,
CAPERS. Vlred. je 21
Ho. 86 Market Squire, Norfolk, Ta,
SOLE AGENT FOR
ST. DOMINGO PREPARATIONS,
ST, DOMINGO BITTERS.
ST. DOMINGO WINE.
ST. DOMINGO PU_ICH.
j ARRACK PUNCH.
j KUSS !
■' GIN COCK-TAIL.
Always on hand ami for sale in quantitio. cf from 1 to
OQQ cases, at a -light advance on New York prices
je2l 28 M.n _"t B .u«ro.
WTNE AND LIQUOR STORE.
N, A. THOMPSON & Co.,
WATER AND ROANOKE STREETS, NORFOLK.
41 HIGH STREBT, .PORTSMOUTH.
Would respectfully Invite the attention of their friend*
and the purchasing community, to a wqll selected stock
BRANDIES—"French, Peach, Appi,' end Blackberry.
WlSES—Sbtrry.l'ort, Cl_M, Santome, Chaint-agiio
GlNS—Loudon, Cut-dial, llollaad and Domestic.
RIM—St. Croix, .l.im-ticn and Medford.
WHISKIES—FIneOId Bourbon,Ne—ar anil Family Rye
lllTTEKS—Plautation, Sherry Wine, Callfuini. and
_,|)0O Cases extra line Liquors, assorted, one d.xen in
Case, for »a- low by
N. A. THOMPSON i CO.
je _S—tf Water and Roanoke .'recti.
pEORGE SAN G ST E R
No 25 Market Square, Norfolk, Va ,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
OLD SACHEM BIITERS
CALL AND TRY THE BITTERS.
Aeay Liberal discount allowed to Grocers, Druggist* and
ulf retail dealers
fo'2l. 2. M-rkct.San, ir- 1
TTO! ALL, YE THAT THIRST!-
I Cviuo to the: 'TIPTOP"' tt INE AND LIQUOR STORE
j No. 12, Main street, under tho Atlantic I.'otel _uil_iu t -
A bottlo of pood CLARET at only M cent*.
1 A Imttlo of PURE VIRGINIA CRAB CIDER, 40 cent*.
A bottle or-SCOTCH ALE, or LONDON POR--K. *
A bolt le of PHILADELPHIA ALE or FORTI.'K, a
I A bottl eof genuine CHAMPAGNE. t_ to
t Abott'ieof PURE RYE ur BOURBON WHISKEY,-.00.
I .. .. U il ii ■ ,i)i oj'on
A.-tit* of One GIN, BRANDY or BUM, 52.00 lo 18.00
I All sorts of Blli'Ei-, for nil sorts of disoases, (so snio)
.Qon't forget the place if you pure articles.
TIIE "TIPTOP" MINE AND LIQUOR STORE,
.ie iil No. 12, Main street, Atlantic Holel Hwilding.
/ 3 E O R G E BANGBTER,
25 Market Square, Norfolk, Va.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
L-AOER SEER, TOBACCO AND .-..". RS
HIGH SIREET, PortEMOOIB.
SYCAMORE STREET, P-iEnerrno,
MAIN STREET, Ricnjfosr.
IVTAHOO! WAHOO! WAHOO!
BEST BITTERS IN TIIE WORLD !
SHERMAN BROTHERS & CO.,
16 and 18 Roanoke Square,
Q HERMAN BROTHERS & CO.,
Nos. 16 and 18,
ROANOKE SQL ARM,
GROCERIES AND LIQUOR S
PU R E SPARKLING SODA
DRAWN i ROM
MATTHEWS' SILVER FOUNTAINS
wtth IB ih_ cnoicr run-' svitrr"
SPARKLING SWEET HOCK,
A YtRY DELICIOUS BEVERAOE,
C.l">l BE K'-XD AI
it 24—tf II Main St. under the Atlantic Hotel
ROANOKE HOUSE, Roanoke street,
. OPPOSITE OFFICE' ' NORFOLK POST*
[Old Herald Buil-iug,]
The be- LIiiCORS, WINES, ALE. -c, alwayi on hand
aud served in the best style at the shortest notlc.
AN ELEGANT SNACK will be furnisher from 11 to 1
o'clock daily, and meals s.rved at all hour-.
|c 21—1 in Proprietor.
TU 8 T RECEIVED .
200 % bbls WImJIP-Ulll 1 CO.'»
CELEBRATED PHLIADELPHIA XX ALE,
warranted the best in tbe market.
J. C. DAWSON t CO.,
Sole sgeiit for Norfolk and Portsmouth.
io baskets and cases, pints and quart,
Do St. MarceauX Royal,
" - " Unite Noire,
" ■' Carte Blanche,
C. H. and Star brands, bf the package or bottle.
"TIPTOP" WINE AND LIQUOR STORE
Je2l Cnd-r Atlantii: Hotel.
case* St. Julien, Medoc and ..ther brands GENUINE
CLARET, tt fair prices, by case or bottle.
■ 'TIPTOP"- W_VE AND LIQUOR STORE,
I J* 31 Under Atlantic Hotel.
A GORDON MILHADO & CO.,
'*ROCERS AND COMMIf»SIOrT MERCHANTS,
8 REAR OF THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
Conitantly on hand a select assortment of Family Groce
ries, la 29—tf
— ___ 1
JAMES RE I D ' S
46. Won Bain Street
Manufacturer of all kinds of Superior Ship Biteuitt
Loaf Bread, Cakes and Crackert.
I have Just received new machinery and am prepared
to furnish thopublic and trade • Ith everys
md wnrranf them to give iati-f*ct„n. Reitaoranti will
Bnd it to their Interest to give m* a call as lean furnish
"hem with Picnic and Oyster Cfackeis, at Baltimore
prices, aud always.fre__. A liberal discount allowed the
N-t. on;, Va. _ _„.- ,M —3">
KM. NICHOLS _ CO.,
BROOMS AND WOODEN WARE,
20 AN- 22 11 ■■ v -•- lOb'ABI,
Je 27-tf NORFOLK, VA.
wboib „__ and pit tn. maui nt
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES,
TIN, COPPER, SHEET IRON
AND JAPANNED WARE,
ROANOI- SqCAM, Consul of Wroi Watir STRUT,
Ship-work and Jobbing piomptly attend
A successful «p*ri*nc* of over twenty-five year* will
be a sure guarantee to the public that they will b«
carefully and promptly served. J. R. OILLETT,
Ncs. 4 and 7 Roanoke Squat"*,
,te -.-lm aud Wide Water Street.
X NEWSPAPER, BOOK, STATIONE-IY
No. 07 Maj.v 3i_»t,
The kti- and be-t publicatiosa by tb* cost populir
I authors conntantlv on hand.
I Agents for It* '"'ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL-writ
I "*v until throughout the Department.
____—8M EllY for the army and navy.
Oidei-i p—Wuptly filled .-.nil forwarded.
CARTES iK VISITE ol celchritie* constantly on
■C - Particular ntto-tion paid to filling; orders for the
New York, Philuuc'.phin.snd Baltimore Daily and Week
ly Papers und Maga.lnes, Ac, 4c.
Dc-ler3 In l'hotogrnph Albuius, Diaries, Blank Bookl,
\-turnery, Failcy Articles, Drawing Paper, Cigars, Shoe
I '"aching, 4c. Je 22—tf
AVALKER & CO.,
>V IMPORTERS OF
ASP DIA-BRS IN tIJIVCIt i
BOURBON & OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Agents for the American Vintage Company's
j PURE CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDISS
I Which are universally recommended by the mo*t eminent
physicians for MEDICINAL PURPOSES,
I Ait of which are offered at the very lowest market rates by
WALKER 4 CO.,
No, 6 Commercial Row, Norfolk, Va.
T UTHER WALKER,
| X-d PLASTERER AND SLATER,
J Js prepared to execute all orden for SLATING and
I PLASTERING, and his patrons may be assured that _.v-
I tuu SAnsFACiiox will be given ai to Wors-ukihiip and
I Mauria-'. j
J REPAIRING AND CLEANSING WALLS j
I Promptly attended to.
I Residence, No. 26 W. Bute street, Norfolk, Va.
J Je 22—lm f
V\riLLIAM NICHOLS & CO.,
! WHO-ESaX. _-__UttllU_tMl"
I I GROCERIES,
> CROCKERY A!-D
I ASSORTED WINES AND LIQUORS.
I 17 East Main street, Opposite Markot Square,
' I Je 21 Norfolk, Va.
j O R- GRAVES & CO.,
**•• COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
74 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
I Lib—-.1 cash a Ivances laade on consignments to the
, shove h.u.o by J. M. RENSHAW,
I Je 21—tf Bell's Wharf.
T I\;. RENSHAW,
♦J . 'VJIQLESALE GROCF-Ri
COMMISSION & p'-IRWARDINO MERCHANT,
BELES WHARF, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
Liberal cash advances made on ecnslgnmeuts of South
ern produce, for sale or shipment to .-*»' York, Boiton,
I Philadelphia and Baltimore.
I Agent .Yew York and Virginia Steamship Company.
MALTBY & CO., j
' VfERWIN & FERGUSON, (
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, j
Wide-Waiir Si. AMD KoaxoM SftCABR,
Will attend to the -ale of Real Estate, Merchandiis, 4c I
Liberal advances made on cousigunieut. (
F. F. FERGUSON. I
J* 22-tf 8.0. MERIVLV.
™ - —
JC. DAWSON _ CO.,
« up. CO, MAIN STREET,
WHOLESALE DEALERS Ut SUPERIOR
GINS. I '
All * I—ll—nl baigaitij would do well to call.
le .l-tr * .
4 TLANTIC HOTEL.
A. C. NEWTON, Pkoprietob, I
NORTOLE, VA. '
Car.iagt alwayi in *-_!-<*. to carry paraengar* to aad i
from tne boats.
The bar aud tahlo iltuy. supplied with th* choic*
i WINES at eery Tarlety, malt ami spirituous LIQUORS.
nCDLEY BEAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, PRODUCE
4w~ Liberal advance* made on all Merchandize and Pro
duce consigned , t
gHERMAM BROTHERS & CO.,
No. 16 aad 18,
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.!
40 BANK SIREET.
Where all patrons aro fura-he* with every delicacy th*
n-u-kets afford, cooked to order, v mi t the most fastidious
Al«o a choice selection of ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIOARS. Particular and personal attention II given to
the catering for this establishment by the proprietor*.
je 22—tf MARSTON 4 MEEK.
T OCKH ART & STINER,
LADIES', GENTS AND CHILDREN'S
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, Ac,
Exir-cts. Soaps- Colognes. Pomade*. Lilly
White., Ac, Ac., Ac. . .
No. 1 Maix Sibiit, Cob JRR or -hunt, j
~ By Merwin & Ferguson, Auctioneer.
REGULAR SALE OF HORriliS,
FEB." ITU RE, io, '
Our regular sate of Hort Q eV-i l Fumttnre, ftc, will take
placo on SATURDAY MOR" INO.JoIy Sth, at 10 o'clock,
c- consisting of th* usual -*_ort_i«nt,jneb oi
TABLES, COOKING STOVES, -c, 4c.
" 110,000 CIGARS OF THE FOLLOW-NO BRANDS:
La Patte 1,000
■ Aviso 1,800
! . La Fid T,-„
h AND AT TWELVE O'CLOCK, several HOUSES, sou*
. of which WIU _. t-und '**-%% , -^
jy 7__t Aueli'Jlii.—l, .
By Shaw & Bober.*-, Auctioneer*.
8 4 UCTION SALE.—We will sell at
_-L Auction ou SATURDAY MORNING uext, Joly Sta,
«Too clock, a large aud well selected slock of
_ WATCH CH'TNS,
„ Fl.Vinß KINGS,
-*' BREAST PINS,
a 4c. Ac.
> Also, 100 Sacks Ma-bali • Factory filled One Salt A
Ul l *--* SS .- _-
And whatever may be <_'-<_.
SHAW 4 ROBF.RIS,
jy 7—-t Aocttonwe*.
1?OR SALE.—We have for tale one
" OF THE MoST DES-RAUL.* -ARMS In £_„•
urn Virginia, situated ou the ta.tem branch of tho Eli_u
bvih river, itx miles from the city, containing EiGUi X
ACRES, A FINE BUILDING, ai_ ail t-J B-e*_ry out
iiou—s ith* houses ac* all uew.) This farm is un da iiklgh
nate ot cultivation, aud offers lnduc-ment- to Trucker*
very seldom met with. The impru.-emeiits upon Ik- .*__,
* cost tho owner over *j- thousand dollars.
. Tumi made to a—cmmoclatc tne Bufebutr.
■ SHAW 4 ROBERTS,
Auction and ConiUilssion Merc_ant»,
I Cornar Rcaaokti Square and WiJo Water Strait,
J J_ 3 —tf Norfolk, Virginis
10 | nnp REAL ESTATE PURCHASERS
'- w» offer for talc on accommodating ._•_»*-* I-Ucwlng
«, A FINE RESIDENCE on East -Mala Street la good ro
— pair, containing 13 Rooms v, ith ali necessary com—"- «p
--pertainiug to a fir--class Reu'denc?, -acting .0 Uct ca
Main Street and running buck ISO hit
Till* is one of the most dc-lrablo resHcnce* in th* city.
The property can be examined at any i_r. -
A FARM 3U miles from tbe city, en tho Eastern brr.nch
-f the Elizabeth Kirn, aith two brie): boui-i and th.- ae
,-esiary outhouses, coniniuicg 193 Acres, 100 ot tvhich v
Thi* Farm offer* superior inducements to Truckei*, it
-, I b—ng accessible to the city by land or Water.
I Several fine BUILDING LOTS iv goodloc-ior.B f- *!-*
BIIAW 1 ROBERTS,
t Auction and Commissi :n Merchant*,
Corn*r Roanoke S.iuaie and Wide-Watc. Z.v-e*.,
| Jy 1-ti _ ,o i_______.
_ ! T?OR SALE— tHAT LARGE AND
-IX VALUAULE PLANTATION LN THfl COUNTY
:nt ut PRINCESS ANNE. KNOWN AS "IAWSON-"
It contains about 1,100 acre-, mo«t cf which is re«---d
ly its the most fertile land In tho county, ..uited for thi
grasiei and cereal crops. It is about 7 mile- irorr. Nor
folk by land, over a pood road, aud has a lar/Uncois Br. id
Creek (about two miles f.om the plantittlon), v.hicU ecu
— rntiuicates by easy boatage v.-lth the city.
It Is within three mib-of tha Eastern branch of th*
.j, the Elizabeth river, and tho eume distance of Lyimhavot
' [ bay snd river, where are perhaps the chofc*— l c ,_ and
nd oysters on the coast. There II a Wit.r Mhl attached,
:v- which may be made very profitable.
J( i The whole tract Is level, and „pablo »f dlviikn Into
I smaller farms, and convenient for veg.tablo gur_e__u£
for Northern market.
There are 600 acres of cleared laud, snd the remairdd
ln forest. A larire uud well-finished brick dwelling ;.:. i
all tho outer building* for a vlautnthni, with th',
usual fruits ot the climate, make it ready lor immedlats*
"~ The bind has been ditched thoroughly, at a largo cost,
and the fencing consists chiefly of Juniper rails, of
strength ami endurance.
I will sell In whole or in part, and od 6uch terms as
may be desirable.
Iv my ■*___•* apply to W. W. Sharp cr Richard W like
,- i„9_awtf RICIIARP P. BAKER
' ' [Tho Baltimore American, Philadelphia Inquirer, and
New York Herald will pica— cojjr lijlC* a week till for
a li d, aud send bill tv this offi-n for collection.]
" AND GENERAL COMMISSION
" No. 11 Roatfo ii i: S dun c,
' le Tho under*igued have this duy ~r_ed a en.«„nnersliip
miller tho stylo uf tl Alii E & CHAMIIERLAI.N E, f.r tho
purposoof conducting the Auction nnd Corimiiselon Bus!
— nesa, and are pre] aTed — sell at auction or en cc__ai-*lo_
PERSONAL ESTATE, Uncluding
r UOUSLItOLD -ÜBJUTDAIj,
' CITY SCPIPT,'
•itttt th* public
-Uturn. proiiipry m* 10. Th* patrons. ~.._
is sollclKd. T M>
RICHARD WALKE, '
Refer to C. L. Cols, President Ist National Bank R H
i Chamberlainc and M. A-AC. A, Santc, ' .
Sales in the country attended. iy I—tf
MA. <fc C. A. SANToiT '
I - 5 MAIN STREET, AND NO. ol BANK STREET
4e. ic. 4e.
r-^ r ns__ _? *" , ' TS " 3te,ar «° &Di «•'•<:•.-*"1 t-Fißl
froia fir*t hands, and to a great Mteut lor «_»h. and at a
proper tim*, we can give asitraoce ol tha excellence ot
vur gwjds, and can mil at the Lowe.t Mar* st Prices.
it-bS M. A. - C. A. SANTOS.
THE "CORNER STORE.''
MOD-AC. - STINE-,
SO. 1 EAST MAIN STHEET BASE,
HALL'S OLD CORNER.
A large and select stock of Ladies' and Gentlemc-'iFUL
NI3HISG GOODS in every hrancb of the trade, iiways oa
h-i;d, coc-istingof ladiei' and gents'TOILET AMDCLtm
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY GOODS, Phslon A SonY c.k orated PERI UML
RIES, —pecially the w«il_ renowned' NIGHT BLOOM.- O .
CEREUB," ' COCIN SANS PAREIL SOAP," and" GOLD
EN CREST" Perfumery generally.
Shirts and Draw.v made to order at short coticoaad
with dispatch Special attention psiJ W_» oaki-S 'f
Ladies' and Children's garments.
This being a branch house, we arc enabled to supply th*
trad* on the uioit liberal terms.
j, 22 lOCKHARI 4 STU'ER.
S P EC i aTTn o T I C E~^
The iinJfi-igned offer to their friends and the ptiblll a
large ass---— "' •"■J ia their line &i btuis***,
embracini.— ~ _, . , , -
CU-TONs— Bl—tched and Brown
LINEN— Sh—tiog, In.a, p.diw, I Jrur-td
TABLE CLOTHS AND COVERS
DOILIES AND TABLE NAPKINS
HUCKABACK, CRASH AND RUSSIA IOWETT-f
SCOTCH AND RUSSIA liIAXSR
JACONETS AND CAMBBIC
CLOTHS AND CAS3IJIE*_B
__.*.«.> ELS OF ALL SOIITS
COTTONADE AND LIN EN PANTS' STCTF
SPO-L-OTl_*, THREAD, SEWING SILK
And, ln fisct. every arli lo win.-Jly kept in »
FIRST-CLASS DRY GOOI>3 ESIABLISI___NT,
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.
SELDNhR _ Cc>.,
jc 13-tf i,Ol.m:* .--. i
VTOTICE.—AII debtor- to tiie late flr_i
ALLYN, ROSE A CO.,
•ither by bond or open acouot, are hereby nrtiS-.-J n
call on the »ori«crib'T and letUe the mat*, at fstrtktr i«
dul/mct «-«• - given. Jf BR - r - nTO ,. |
Acting Tr_tee, /
j»aX If No. 13 loysll'i Lane, .vono.J- v a. /