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FINANCIAL AND COMMEUCIAL
Va. Bonde,6t n" <?■ _S
N.C. " 7tSW(VS .7
Term. " 711 ® 70
Misso'ri" 72*_@ 73
N. C. Bank Notes » § 25
Vn. •• " 10 (. 20
BankofVa 25 <H> So
■ Farmers Bank of **» 2" ■ 25
Exchange Bank of Virginia 20 |3) 26
" ' Alex 40 m 45
" " " " Wetton 95 @ _
South Carolina li tj -
Oeorgia 20 @ —
Norfolk Savings Bank issueß 25 ur, 40
Bortsmo'ith " " " 20 © 'ii
Ctold (large) 143 @ 144
Stiver 133 & 187
WHISKEYS—OId Monungaliola (low proof) 21_@220
Rye and Boßlbou $2.36@".00
GIN , 2.50(3:5.00
WlNE—Sherry 4 |W@B.oo
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" Claret,in cases 5, 0, 8, 1'J.0Ui.24.00
PORTER—London, bent brands 4.60
" Phil-delphiß S- 5
ALES—Philadelphia nmi Hudson 3.25
WlNES—Cbampuffiie, "Star," "Heidsick," ''Oreen-
Seal," De St.Mui -eaux, "Red Lac,"4c, $25@42
Sauterne, per ense firstname.lastname@example.org
BRANDIES—AppIe 3 U0@4.00
Heunessey, Otard, Pinet, Castillion,
Fancy Brandies, CheiTv, Blackherrv,
Ginger, 4c email@example.com
Do mi.tic (common) 2.35
BlTTEßS—Bokee's, Drake's, Walton, Russ'. Schie
dam, 4c, firstname.lastname@example.org
ROSIN Not quoted
TAR 4 Stmt 110
TURPENTINE 6 26.5 50
Hi) ip.i. Nona
WOOD—per cord 41(1(7.5
BEEF—Extra Mess 18(rf20
Mess 10W 18
ROPE—Manilla , __@__
OlL—Whale—per gal _-oO©__B
WHITE LEAD mil
Yellow , .-JOABB
WHEAT-White .1 7_@l *.
Rod inofrti TO
FLOUR—Earn il v.... 12 _6@_2 76
Extra' '. 10 7_®ll 25
fciptr ~8 25'(v.8 76
Fine 7 00@7 60
COTTON—Urdiimry -io(u 83
Middling 38(0 42
COFFEE 31(5 38
BACON—Baltimore, Bidet 19@20
Sniithlield Hams, cuts to order.. _3@__
lletineil. erustled, powtlered and
A White WW
B White 19
C Ex 18_
LEATHER.—HemIock Bolt Leather (good) ■lb 34@iii
Amer'n Calf Skiiis(hinilock tan'd) 1 _o®L7_
French Calfskins 2.26(a,-'.5(l
Shi-epSkins lihefsedi per do_ou..l_.( .i(<i.lo.0«)
TOBACCO—Connecticut Leaf .' 20 (eh 70
Vbginia—uon., in Market
Manufactured 50 Ci*. 1-5
■Bulldog 60 (ni 100
Snuff 50 @ 100
ClGAßS—Domestic and Imported 20 @ 150
FORAGE—IIav ISO (at 200 f, cwl
Corn Hi 100 fe bu'l
Onw t. (o> 76 **» "
Hran 40 _, 60-# "
BRlCKS— t list iiunllty piessod $36 '
IB " " 22
3d " "■ IS
LUMBER—CIear per thousand 70
3d " "' Z'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'...'.'. ".'".30
LlME—First quality, per barrel , __ 60@_ 00
2d " 160-1100
CoALß—First quality 10c.
Second do 35c.
The aupplies of vegetables, poultry, Ac. brought to onr
market are uudiuilni-hed. The following wcro the ruling
prices ve.toi.lsv: '
FRESH MEATS—At tho stalls, ileef, according to cut. '
16@20cts. i Veal 26 cts.; Mutton 25 els.; ■____ 20(5,7'.
Cts. per qiiai tar. '
FISH AND FOWL.—Hog Fish Jl.oo t0.1.25 per do-en.
Spots 2_@7i els. ]ier do?., :i-. niix.n 36 t. e,o cts. per *u/
--au: UtrrTntr, dried, 16 to 2o cts. per notsm Makucei .
I__,U. Clii.kcns 20-640 ctt.i Dnelu 76 cts.@.l.o_.f
Gto-t 76cts.@tl.00. Eggs -o@Bsct_.ptr dotiett,
VE-fETABLLS, FRU_TB,Ac,—Pi i.li, 40®-operpt-Jti
Fearsso ct_. per p.-ck ; Applat 3 ..So. i.-. p.'pock; l'o,
tatoos 50(u,75 ct_. per p-cli: Onions 76$80ctl, pirpeik;
.Cabbage 10..15 cts., Tnt____.i 30 elf. por P"ck; new
Corfi2scts.per d'.zcu: Beetas@io eta. per .
cumbers 10 cts. jp d.)_en. BDa.pt 8-0. p " . atb
10c. A _o_-_t. WhortleborrlM 16 ett fjl *,t. . upei
l_.Jlscts. Melons 10@25 tie. DuMOM _•_ per bu.hol.
Egg I'lsnis, 5 to 86 cuts ttob
BUI'VLIt, LARD AND CHEESE.—BuUt* email@example.com-.
per pound: Lard' 23_>20 ttt. per pound; Cheese lb_i_6
cte. per pound.
Our Domestic Mirkots on Saturday were particularly
lively and aetke. with a varied supply of fruit and vege
tables in abundance. Tlio reason.for melons has bei*n
particularly prolific, nu 1 largo lots go hogging at ox
tremely low prices, deapito the immenso shipment, to
The Commercial Market generally firm at quotations.
Ihe late fall in Flour is attributed to the fall iv Wheat,
Id eonso<p->nco of tho new crop being thrown upon, the
Gold last woek took two or threo spasmodic starts, but
on Saturday it hung to quotations, with indications of a
-.ability to stand firm at rates quoted.
Naval Stores aro coming iv slowly, and stand firm at
"yAL LIABLE FARMS FOB SALE.
We offor for salo the following valuable farms:
Ist. A Farm of 125 acres, 6 miles from Norfolk.
2d. A Farm of 430 acres, 111 miles from Norfolk.
3d. A Farm of 83 acres, in Nau.-oniund county.
*f h. A Farm of 80 ______ 3 miles from Norfolk.
6th. A Farm of 2000 acres, 26 miles from Norfolk.
Bth. Tract of Wood Land, 2SOO acres, 20 miles from
7th. Two Farms of 110 and 60 acres, 16 miles from
Bth. One Farm of 90 acres, 14 miles from Norfolk.
oth. One .'arm ot 07 acres. 3}- miles from Norfolk
10th. One Farm of 520 acres, Of. miles from Norlulli.
11th. One Tract of Laud (halt cleared), of 70 acres, 3
miles from Norfolk.
12th. Ono Farm of 120 acres, 8 miloH from Norfolk.
All of the above FARMS are well located, most ol'theni
are in good order, and are worthy Ihe attention of pur
chasers. Description of each will be furnished on appli
cation. Apply to
FOLGER, CUSHNIGHT, & Co.,
ang7—tf 22 Wide Water street.
and POPLAR LUMBER
BAILS and FENCING,
CEMENT, PLASTER, Sc.
Alto, a Hue assortment of
DOORS, GLAZED and ***-___0_ BASH, BLINDS. 4c.
At the lowest market rates.
aug7—tf India Wharf.
tTa UUH ' 8 HAW B ONE
The ebon], und vHhiuble
STIMO L A N T
to be a strong nnd ptruuim nt fa«M-ftt _0 the liunl.
Sold at maMi-acti.rt._s nttw, 168 dot ton of 2000 lb».
M. IIOWJ.LI-, Sole Agent,
aug7—tf noar Draw ____f&
pARPENTEKS AND BUILDERS
Art respectfully Invited to examine
THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK
BUILDIN G°MA J.ERIAL
At India Wharf,
near the Draw Bridge.
EOR SALE.— \ very valuable Tract
ol TIMB-R LAND, situated about 8 inilea from
61k, consisting of about 2600 acre-, 2.oacrea of which
Is cleared. This property offers superior inducements to
those in want of Bother, Shingles _nd Cord Wood L_ud.
For further particulate apply to
FOLGER, CUSHNIGHT 1 Co.,
aug7—tf 22 Wide Water streot.
p R E A T SACRIFICE!
FOOT OF ROANOKE SQUARE,
EVERY DAY UNTIL CLOSED OUT.
Goods of all KindTfar Below Cost.
A geueriil awortment ol OROCERIE", STATIONERY,
FINE SHIRTS, TIN WAIVK, NOTMNS FINE CUT TO
BACCO, CIGARS, CRACKERS, CAKES. 4c., to vrhich 1
invite tha attention of Merchant*, Sutlers and others
ang _-tf • o. H. BENEDICT.
Ttf" ANTED.—A good dweiilng House,
Vf with 6ot li Rooms, in a respectable portion of the
city, well tupplk-d with water. Apply immediately at
this office. ___________
(SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
OFTHE MOST AfP-OVF.I) QUALITY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN
OFFICE NO. 194 WATER STREET, ADJOINING UNI
TED STATES HOTEL,
My Snpcr-phosphato of Lime is not an experiment.
Ten years trial of it upon all kinds of Crops and Soils hut
prev'ed its value each year, and that it is of uniform quali
ty. Packed in barrels in good order, uniform weight, 260
pounds each. jy 25—3ta
PKOSPHATIC AND AMMONIATED
Barrels, 250 lbs. each.
-LASOOW FERTILIZER COMPANY'S
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
ORIFFINU, BROTHER * CO.,
Ko. 00 Courtlandt street.
(Bbls. _M lbs. each.) _*>»
T DAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY,
* it * i 54 CHURCH ST.,
All military lllllllilHi-M haviHg been remuvedon goods
coming from BtlUmoft to Norfolk, by Express, and our
facilities being greater now than during the war, we have
reduced the rates of freight at least 25 per cent, and fire
nan* to bring freight fhi.mgliwith care and dispatch.
Freight, vioney and valuable packages ibrwardtd to all
part, of tht I'nite.l States.
Bills, dmfts, &v., eiilU'cted and prompt retnrnt madt.
Our Wuont call in any part of the city for goods.
jo 26-tf J. 11. RIONEY, Agent.
CELECT BOARDING AND DAY
O school Fon room ladies.
MXI, EMILY GRI'BB AND ÜBS. M. A. G. CHANDLER,
Assif ted by Teachers fully q__M_ to instruct In their
The mollis deveted to study and recitation aro in the
lower story ofthe Freemason street BAPTIST CHURCH.
Boarding pupils will r__l__ with Mrs. Chandler.
The SESSION will commence on the FIRST MONDAY
in SEPT KM HER, nnd close tho last of June.
Pupils though charged only from the time of entrance,
are requested to he present if possible nt tho OPENING
of the SCHOOL,
Persons wishing to pursue any of the branches in tho
ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT can dusu.without being
regular ut.inbei.l of the school.
The Principals hope that their long expericuco and
success in teachiDg, will insure for them n .nUirir.n share
of patronugo to compensate lor the etlort they are mak
ing to establish a SCHOOL, which shall rurnith the
means of obtaining a THOROUGH EDUCATION, in both
SOLID nnd ORNAMENTAL BRANCHES.
For Reler-ttce, Terms, Ac, they would refer to their
circuit!- which can be obtained of MRS. ORUBB, At
lantic Hotel, or of MRS. CHANDLER, corner of York
and BoAtonrt streets. jy3l—tf
TH E To S TM) N POST.
Known to the whole conntry rb the unwavering advo
wtn of DEMOCRATIC priucipl'-i-i, men and m.!asuroß for
nciirly f.rly >'tar_—tbe const'intHupportor of Statu Rights
iv the Union', and now the ft_Noa_tl uf tho speedy restora
ratio-i of all the State, to their conßtltutional relHtions a_
m--D-ftf* of tho Federal Government, asks tho attoutlou
oT Southuru eitizen-H to its proposals to furnish them with
copla* at the following rates :
8.5T0-. Post, (Daily) ■ $10 por annum.
" (Semi-Weekly) 4 "
" (Weekly) 2 "
Tho Tost spares no MpttM in its telegraphic reports—
in IU c-*rri'-p.'__d-i-ce, aud in Itl general arrangements for
DfW_ thut it may furnir.l. its readers with the earliest aud
tnlli.it iul'ormatiun on all subjects, commercial, political,
mi--ell.'in__u_ aud _it_r.u*y, foreign and dumostic, to be ob
tained. It desires to renew the intercom's*-, with its South
ern friends tho war interrupted, and to extcud it*, circula
>iOD whuever its Democratic and Conservative advocacy
of The equal rights uf the -Status nud the perpetuity of thu
I'aioi. mayren'Ur itacccptnMe.
.'.dvcrti-tuineuU*. which will be Inserted'"at r_a.oui.ble
rate... AM uliO «o]icitch
BSALB.OKXENB &CO.. Publishers.
jy ;7—?n_ 40 aud 42 Congress Streat, Uotitou Mass.
WHOLE-ALE AND RETAIL
AT IHE D-fOT, ROAN'OKE SQUARE.
Wo aro ro-oiving daily from >'ew York, I'hiiad.luhia ana
Aud in fact.. cry article tttniallv found in a well f_rn!s_ivi
lioitoo kotnlng establinhmont. Call and look.
J. K. OILLETT.
jyl_—lm No. 1-7 Roanoko Square it Water St.
/TARItIAGES AND BUGGIES.
\Ve have added to our business, nnd have now In ntoro
a fiuo uasortuient of
C AMU AGES,
of Ijest Northern mamifacturo.
E. -I. DUNN 4 CO.,
No. 2_, Main stroet,
,lyl_-tf Norfolk, Va.
FOUND— A Gold Locket, which the
owner can have _• oroving property _ud paying
cUiu-Res. O. A. ROWE,
aug I—tf No. 42 Main Street.
I and Mai ket Siiuare, capable of division into uinuffne
Iniildiiig loin, is ofli'red for leato Hy the "inglo lot or other
wise. Also other building lots and wharf property on
Market Stfiiare for sale or lease. On some of these lust
named lotn, fine business stores are now erected. Apply
to Editors of Norfolk POST, jy ii-—U
'PO li&T.—A furnished room, in a
I good locution, in a pleasant family, suitable for one
or two single men, Apply to the Editors ol thei--t.
10.. DOLLABB REWARD.—I will
X \j\J t e:y the above reward aud no o,u—ittons asked,
for the re-urn to mo of a Q. *_, vouchor for $1,514 60,'
dated about the _7th of May, 1865, on form No. 12, drawn
in my favor, und signed by Cant. Blount, A. Q (_., Nor
folk, Va. A. H. LINDSAY.
MATTH EWS' SILVER FOUNTAINS
WITH tU IHC CIIOfCE l_—& SVHOfS—
SPARKLING SWEET HOCK,
A VERY DELICIOUS BEVERAGE,
CAN B_ FOUND iT
W. E.;LE.VIS DrugStort,
je_4—tf II Main St.. tinder the Atlantic Hotel.
OFFICE TREASURER, 1
No-rot.- City tl»» Works. Jul) lat 1666. J
r pHE CONSUMERS OF GAS in the
|_ city of Norfolk, ai-e hereby notified that the rate
ot supply Ibr all lias conpunied on and after July Ist,
nntil further notice, will lie live di liars por thousand
feet, if paid on or before the 6th of tho mouth.
For bills paid after the 6th of the month, tho rato of
snpply will be six dollars iW.OO) per thousaud feet.
A P. BLUNT, Brevet Colonel and A. Q. M.
—tf Treasurer Norfolk City Oat Works.
pHAMPION BRICK MACHINE.
l'ho proprietors of this recent patout for the manufac
ture of brick, aro prepared to dispose of machines and
rights to use tho same. This machine is simple of construc
tion, does not readily get out of repair, has immense pow
er. makes the brick square and solid, can be worked with
a single horse, causes little delay for removing stouet, will
make from twenty-five to thirty-live thousand bricks per
dnv. Circulars with full particulars, forwarded un uprli-
Wtlon to BRADFORD 4 RENICK,
iv IT—lm* 71 Broadway, New York.
0 R AGIC—We would say that the best
tf_J Ciga.s. both Imported and domestic in the city, are
toiic bad at the "Tll'-TOP " Wine and Liquor Store, for
the least money, but as the other dealers think the same
id what they tare, we won't say it. If you aro passing
No. IS, under the Atlantic Hotel, just como in and try for
Ci n O X I N G TOBACCO.—Genuine
k_J Oreen Seal, Billy Bowlegs and Scarfaletti Smoklug
Tobacco, all genuine. For sale at th«
"TIPTOP* WINE AND LIQUOR STORE,
aug I—tf Under Atlantic Hotel Building.
F~bll LAME AND DISABLED
Uor-oe, get Baker'slloof Llnament. For sale hy
E. M. DUNN 4 CO., Saddlers,
jy 10—tf No. 25 Main Street.
\\f H I' S X E V F L A SK S of various
. T tt) let atid tiitt, fci tale by
E. M. PUNN 4 CO.,
iy_l—tf 26 Main Street.
1 rj BALES INDIA BAGGING, FOR
XV salo low to close contignnioct.
J. W. RENSHAW,
l*-* 3 — Bell's Wharf.
iP AVEY'S LEATHER PRESER-
I 1 ATI \_ for Harnett, CttrrlagoTopt, *c. For tale
b ._,<__-■ ...»•_». _->_Sea. *ca. _-__•_-,
Vf W-tf So. J. MalaStrfel.
m LEGAL NOTICES.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
DIBTEIOT OF VIRGINIA, S. 8:
Whereas, a liM has been mod in th. Di-trict Court of
tlieUuitod.States.for the District of Virginia, on the 13th
day of July, A. D. 1866, by Rear-Admin.! DatM D Pot
ter, Commander-ia-Chief of the United States Naval
forces, comprising the North Atlantic squadron, on he
hail m well of the United Btatcs as of bim-solf, the of-,
llcers and rrews of the United States vessels of war (part
of Bald squadron) u S*se:icu*.," -Maunif." "Chippewa,
'•Commodore Perry" and others, _tf____rt the following
descrlb-tl machinery and boilers, viz:
(2£Two cylinders 30 inches in diameter, 28-inch stroke
with-.otails for four (4) high pressure engines.
y(l) One unfinished bftckaction non-condensing engine
inch cylinder, and 20-inch stroke, with pat terns com
(lj One sett DOtt-coutionsiog engines, If-inch cylinder
and 19-inch stroke.
(1) One sett condensing oscillating engines, 7-inch cyl
inder and' '~ iii'■ h stroke.
(\) One similar set to above, nearly finished.
(2) Two similar notts to above, unfinished.
(2) Two cylinderical tubular boilers, 1G feet long by I
(1) One return fluo holler, 16 feet .ong by 7 feet diauo
(1) One .niall boilej, locomotive stylo, complete.
(1) One small boiler, locomotive style, without cockd.
m Two small boilers, locomotive stylo, unfinished.
(1) One right hand propeller, 7 feet in diameter.
(3) Throe left baud propellers, 7 feet in diameter.
(1) One left baud propeller, 7 feet in diameter
(1) One * " R B;feet4iuchos iv diameter.
(11 One right " " " " "
(1. One * " ■* 6 feet 6 inches in diame
(V) Oue right hand propeller, 26 indies in diameter
(2) Two right hand propellers, 34 inches in diamoter.
(1) One Woodward pump.
(2) Two Guild, Harrison 4 Co.'c pumps.
(750) Seven hundred and fifty boiler tubes.
(80) Eighty Slu-cta boiler iron.
(12) Twelve 3U inch Kingston valves.
And alleging iv substance: That pursuant to orders
from the President of the United States, tho libellant in
and with the said Uufti-d States vessels of war, tbeir of
ficer.! and crow, did sk'Ze, and take, at the city of Rich
mond, Va., and ln the naval .marhine shop, of the navy
of tho so-called "Confederate States of America," and of
the rebels in arms against the United States, which ma
chine shop was situated upon tho bank of the James
river (an arm of the high imp, and on tide-water of the
game) and was under tbe control cf one Win. P. Wil
liamson, Engineer-in-Chk-f of the so-called "-Confederate
States" navy—the machinery described in the eaptur*. ot
this libel, and hath brought tho same to the port of Nor
folk, within the jurisd-.....!* of this court, where it how
The said machinery, above described, was the property
of rebels in arms against the United States, and of the
so-called "Con federal.. Slates," and was used, built, and
intended for vessels of war, belonging to H_iid rebel., and
for the purpose of waging war against th© -.aid United
States, in tbeir attempt to overthrow and destroy the
government of the United Statei.."
And praying process against said machinery, Ac. And
that said machinery, boilers, &■*■» may be condemned \u
prize, and forfeited. To be distributed as by law is pro
vided respecting the captures made by the public armed
vessels of tho United States, Ac. Now, therefore, iv pur
suance nf tho monition tinder tho seal of the said court
to me directed and delivered, 1 do berehy give public no
tice to al! persons claiming the said machinory, Ac, or in
any manner interested therein, that they be, and appear
before tho said District Court, to be held at the City
Hall, in tbo city of Norfolk, in and for tha District
of Virginia, on tho first Tuesday of September next, at
eleven o'clock in the forenoon or that day (provided the
same shall be a day of jurisdiction', otherwise, on tbe
next day of jurisdiction thereafter) then and thereto
interpose their claims, and to make their allegations ou
that her alf.
Dated tbe 15th day of July, 1865.
U. S. Marshal.
L. H. Chandler, Esq., V. S. District Attorney tor Li*
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA, S. S.:
Whereas, libel has been filed iv the District Court of
tbo United Slates for the District of Virginia, on the 13th
day of July, A. I). 1805, by Rear Admiral David D. Porter,
Conimandev-iu-Chief of the United States Naval forc.s
composing tho North Atlantic Squadron, on behalf as
well of the United States as of biuit-elf, the officers and
crews of the United States ships of war (part of said
squadron) "Sassacus," M Manmeo," ''Chippewa,'' "Com
modore Perry," aud others, against the iron-clad of war
"Texas," ber machinery, boiler, tackle and furniture, Ac,
alleging, in subslauce:
"Thatpursuant to instructions for that purpose from
the President of the United States, the libellant in and
with the said United States vessels of war,' their offlcers
and crews, did subdue, seize and tuko, upon the Jame_
River, on tide water of tho sumo (an arm of the high seas),
the said iron-clad ve.sel of war, the "Texas," of tho
burthen of one thousand tons, her machinery, boilers,
tiickle and furniture, and hath brought into the port
of Norfolk, within the jurisdiction of this Court, the said
vessel, __c, where they now are. That the said iron-clad
VMNI of war, the "Texi..," at the time of the said capture,
was in an incomplete state, and hod no guns on board, but
was nevertheless built by, and WM the property of, the
Rebels iv arms against the United States: which" Rebels
in arms styled their Government the "Confederate States
uf America," und the said irou-clnd vessel of war was
built, and intended to he used, by the said Rebels in their
attempt to overthrow and destroy tho Government of tho
Uuited States; aud praying process against said vessel,
_c, and th-it eaidveb-ei, her boilers, machinery, tackle
and furniture, ■_.«., may bo condemned as prize and for
feited, to bu distributed as by law is-provided respecting
captures made by tho public aimed vessels of the United
States, Ac. Now, therefore, iv pursuance of the moni
tion, uuder tho seal of the suid Court, to me directed and
deli v. rod, 1 do hereby givt- public notice to all persons
the said vessel, her boilers, machinery, tackle
wid furniture* or in any manner interested therein, that
they be and appear Mbft the suid District Court, to be
held at tho City Hail, lv the city of Norfolk, in and for
thu District of Virginia, on the first Tuesday of Septem
ber next, at eleven o'clock, in tho forenoon of that day
(providsd the name shall be a day of jurisdiction; other
wise, on the next day of jurisdiction thereafter), then and
there to interpose their clwuis, and to make their allega*
tions in that behalf.
Dated tha 16th day of July. 1865.
U. S. Marshal.
L. H. Chandler, Esq., United States District Attorney
for Libellant. Jylß-14tt
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA, S.S:
Whereas, libel has been filed in the District Court of the
Uuited States, for the District of Virginia, on tho 13th
day of July, A. D. 1860, by Rear Admiral David D. Porter,
Commander-in-Chief of the U. 3. Naval Forces competing
the North Atlantic Squadron, ou behalf of himself, as
well as of the United Statea and of the officers find-crews
of the United States ships of war (part of said squadron)
"Sassacus," "Mauinee," -iJhippewa," '-Commodore Perry,"
and others, against tho Rebel steam w .*..<! of war '-Beau
fort," her boilers, machiuery, guns, furniture and tackle,
Ac, and alleging iv subst.ipce, That pursuant to instruc
tions for that purposo from tho President of the Uuited
States, tho libellant on nnd with the said Unitod Statt*
v<_s__ls of war, their officers and crews, did subdue, seize
m I 'a!., upon tbe James River, (au arm ol the high seas),
in tMe-wa tr of the same, tho said Rebel steam vessel of
war, tha Beaufort, her guns, boilers, machiuery, furni
ture and tackle, and hath brought the samo to the port of
Norfolk, within the jurisdiction of this Court, where they
now are. That tho said Rebel stoum vessel of war, the
Beaufort, was armed with one rifled and bunded guv, a
thirty-two pounder, aud sho with her armament, boiler,
machinery, Ac, was tho property ofthe so-called "Con
federate Status," and of the Rebels iv arms against the
Unitod Statea of America, and had been used and was
■till in übo by tho said Rebels in arms,for waging and car
rying on war against the United States, in tbe attempt of
said Rebels to overthrow and destroy the Government of
tho United States.
Aud praying proce*. figain6t said vessel, Ac, and that
said vessel, her guns, boilers, .uachiuety, tackle and fur
niture, Ac, may he condemned as prize and forfeited, to be
distributed as by law as provided respecting tho captures
made bythe public armed vessels of the United States, Ac.
Now, therefore, in pursuance of the monition under the
seal of the said Court to me directed and dcliv.red, Ido
hereby give public notice to all persons claiming the said
vessel, her guns, boilers, machinery, tackle and furniture,
ic.oriu any manner interested therein, that they be and
appear beforo tho said District Court, to be held at the
City Hall, ln the city of Norfolk, in und for the District of
Virginia, on the first Tuesday of September next, at eleven
o'clock on the forenoon of that day, (provided the same
shall be a day of jurisdiction, otherwise on the next day
of jurisdiction thereafter), then and tbera to interpose
their claims and to make their allegations in that behalt
Dated the 15th day of July, 1865.
_ _ _ U. S. Marshal.
L. H. C___Nt-L_.it, Esq., U. 8. District Attorney for Libel
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA";
DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA, S. S:
Whereas, a libel lias been filed in the District Court of
the United States, for the District of Virginia, on the
LOth day of July, A. D.IS-35, by Rear Admiral David D.
Porter, Commander-in-CMui of the U. S. Naval forces
composing the North Atlantic Squadron on behalf an
well of the United States as of himself, the offlcers aud
cr.ws of thftU. S. ships of war (part of said squadron)
"Saß-auts," "Maumee," "Chippewa," "Commodore
Perry," and others, against the Rebel steam vedsel of
w:tr "Torpedo," her boiler, machinery, j.,., alleging in
That pursuant to instructions for that purpose from
the President of tho United States, the libellent in aud
I with the aid United States vessel*, of war, their Officers
and crows did subdue, seize and take upon the Janice
River (an arm of the high seas) on tide water of the same
the said Rebel etefliu vessel of war, tho " Torpedo," her
boilers, machinery, furniture aud tickle, aud hath
brought the same' to the port of Norfolk, within the
jurisdiction of this Court, where they now are," That
the said Rebel steam vessel of wnr, the " Tnvpedo," MM
a Rebel Naval vessel of war, and with her boilers and
machinery, __c, was the property of tbe so-called *' Con
federate States," aud of Rebels in arms, against the Gov
ernment of the United States, and as such was used and
in use by said Rebels in arms iv waging war agaiust the
United States in their attempt to overthrow and destroy
the Government of the United States.
And praying process agaiust said vessel, Ac, and that
said vessel, her boilers, machinery, guns, furniture and
tackle, Ac, may bocondemued as prize and forfeited, to
be distributed as by law is provided respecting the cap
tures made by tbe public armed vessels of the United
States, Ac. Now, therefore, in pursuance ofthe monition
under the seal of the said Court to rau directed and de
livered, 1 do hereby give public notice to all persons
claiming the said vessel, her boilers, machinery, guns,
furniture, tackle, Ac, or in any manner interested there.
ln, that they bo and appear before wid District Court to
beheld at the City Hall, in the City of Norfolk In and
for the District of Virginia, on the _-'ir*.t Tiiesdav of Squ
teraber next, at eleven o'clock, in tho fun.noun ot that
day, .provided tho aame shall bo a day of jurisdiction
otherwise on the next day of Jurisdiction thereafter)'
then and there to Interpose their claims and to n_ak__
tbeir allegations in that behalf.
Dated the 15th day of July, 1866.
_ __ m .. U. 8. M;ir»!,.il
L. H. CH_-DL-tt, E.Q., U. 9. District Attorney for Lil.el-
IjB: __J_rL 4t
"\TOTICE.—YVe would very respectful-
A Ily Inform our frien at and customers, that for th.
future we propose conducting an excluiirelr CASH buai-
It!' i, J v "?° n ! i '">* b t«d «° "« (Mptcifiily those, „i lO
hive had credit for twelve months), will p*_*_al»_
settle their account.. ** n "
t «•- ■
These fell destroyers of the human
race are more prevalent this year than
they have been for along time past.
Against them while you may. Lose
; not a moment in procuring a box of
I MAfJGIEL'B DIARRHO.A PILLS. <
They will effectually cure you. One
trial is all that is necessary. The Medi
cines have been in use for over
Of private practice aud have never failed
in their effects. They are compounded
from the purest drugs, and will not
harm the most delicate female, and may
be given in dose, of half a pill to the
youngest babe with good effect
I. now in your own hands. Do not then
throw it away for the want of atrial of
these most inestimable remedies. The
price is small, and has been made so,
that th. Pills maybe placed in the hands
j EVERY SUFFERER.
A cure will be GUARANTEED to
any one suffering from Diarrhoea or :
Dysentery. A box of Pills sent by mail ■
free on receipt of 25 cents. A§__ for my '
pamphlet on Diarrhoea, furnished free J
by all the Druggiste.
J. MAGGIEL, M. D., j
43 FULTON ST.,
NEW YORK. ■
M. A. & C. A. SANTOS, Agents,
Norfolk, Va. jyS—ly
4 LBEMARLE and CHESAPEAKE .
XJI. canal. *
This Canal Is now iv good navigable condition. V__a_ls
bound to tli.followlngPorUandplaces,inaypaat through
the navigation, drawing _!_. feet water, vi_ i _
Morehend City, Outesvllt,
Roanoke Islaud, Wllllamaton,
EU-a-tth City, ' Hamilton,
Windsor, Columbia, . v
Fairfield, Colnjock, '
Steam Tugi will leave Norfolk taking such vessels aa
may desire towing through the Canals.
Apply to i,
MARSHALL PARKS, Preeident.
jy 7—lm 28 Wett Main Street. Norfolk.
Tha undersigned offer to their friends and the pnliltt a.
Ou ~<■ assortment of every article In their line of business,
COTTONS—Bleached and Brown
LlNEN—Sheeting, Irish, Pillow, Figured
TABLE CLOTHS AND COTER3
DOILIES AND TABLE NAPKINS
HUCKABACK, CRASH AND K-'SSIA.TOWErtTNa
TOWELS OF ALL KINDS
SCOTCH AND RUSSIA DIAPER
JACONETS AND CAMBRIC
CWTHS AND CASSIMEKE3
flannels of all bouts
cottonade and linen pants' stuff
thread, sewing silk
hooks and eyes
And, ln fact, every article usually kept In a
•F_RST-CLAS» DRY OOODS ESTABLISHMENT,
AM) AT THICKS TO SUIT ALL.
SELDNER ft Co.,
Je IM-tf 13 Main Stn-etl
I~T T t "EN T ! i
TLERS, GROCERS, DRUG*.I.TS. ROOFERS, ftc,
I And all persons who u.-e Rftr and Paper Bags.
1 We offer for sale mm li rlieaper than any other house a
i large supply of paper, namely:
1,000 reams Commend.il Not., ruled and plain,
I 500 " Letter aad Foolscap, do
:i 300,000 Envelopes, all grades,
20) reams Mauilla. best quality,
s 300 •' bogus Manilla, f
200 ■ Hardware Piiper, -Hftreut J__es,
100,100 Paper B iga, all sizes,
20 tons Roofing Paper,
I 500 bbls Roofing Cement,
i- Wo are constantly purih.siug for caah, old account
And old I I.- of all do-Crlptlont. ,
KNIGHT A JOHNSONS.
'jy S—tf 21 South Chfules St., Baltimore, Md.
| "W AL XI N OJD AIS E S AND
In _rt_t Tatlety, for ult by
E. M. DTTNN ft CO.,
jy U-tf 2. Malu StreeU
- WHM. LIft.OM. Sea.
pEOROE SANGSTER, 1
Ho. 25 Market Square, Norfolk, Va. 1
601-E AGENT FOE
ST. DOMINGO PREPARATIONS. I
ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
ST. DOMINGO WINE. ,
ST. DOMINGO PUNCH.
BUSS 1 ;
GIN COCK-TAIL. |
Always on hand and for sale in'quantities of from 1 to
500 cases, at a slight advance on New York prices. (
Jo2l 25 Market Square. ,
WINE AND lFqU OR STORE. '
N. A. THOmFsON & Co.,
WATER AND ROANOKE STREETS, NORFOLK.
44 HIGH STREET,)PORT_MOUTH.
Would respectfully invite the attention of their friends
and the purchasing community, to a well selected stock
BRANDIES—French. Peach, Apple and Blnckberrv.
WlNES—Sherry, Port, Claret, Sauterne, Champagne. '
GlNS—London, Cordial, Holland and Domestic.
RUM—Bt. Croix, Jamaica nnd Medford.
WHlSKlES—FlneO!dßonrlioii,N'.vtarand Family Rye. '
BlTTEßS—Plantation, Slurry Wine, California and I
Quinine Tonic. '
2,000 Cases extra fine Lhptors, assorted, ono dozen*fu •
Caae, for sale low by I
N. A. THOMPSON* CO. ]
Je26—tf Water and Roanoke Streets. I
pEOEGE SANGSTER, |
Ho. 25 Market Square, Norfolk, Va.,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE I
OLD SACXTEM BITTERS
LIVES COMPLAINT, r
CALL, AND TRY THE OITTERS.
*&• Liberal dltconnt allowed to Orocert, Druggists and )
all rtt-il dealers.
GEO. SANGSTER" I
Jt 21. 25 Market Sqiuiro. I
_*V__«r-.t Square, Norfolk, Va.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
HAOER_B."E__ TOBACCO ANDISEOARS.
HIGH STREET, Po-iirSMODTB,
SYCAMORE STREET. Psteksb .',t-*a,
MAIN STREET, It. ICB-tottD.
WAHOO! WAHOO! WAHOO!
BEST BITTERS IN THE WORLD.'
SHERMAN BR-OTHER6. & CO.,
16 and 18 Itoasoke Square.
"jVTARSTON & .MEEK'B
149 ...Wl. STREET.
| There all patrons ar » furnished with every delict-y the
markets afford,cooked to order, to autt the most fattidl-t-s
Alto a choict selMtiarj of ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AN_>
CIGARS. Partjcult/.' and ptrsonal attsation it given to
the catering fur thia establishment by the proprietor!.
Jt 2_—tf MARSTON - MEEK.
OHERM...N BROTHERS & CO.,
_J-oa. 16 and 18,
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS
TUS. T RECEIVED.
200 )ri \otm Maatey, Colllnt - CO. 't
CELEBRATED PHLIADELPHIA XX ALE,
warranted the heat in the market.
J. C. PAWSON * CO.,
Sole agent for Norfolk and Portsmouth.
TI/ALKER & CO.,
VV IMPORTERS OF
AKB DIALERS I- KRM.U.KY
UOURBON.& OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Agents for the American V fiitago Company's
PURE CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES.
Which are universally recommended by the most eraiue.it
physicians for MEDICINAL PURPOSES,
AU of which are offered at Oie. very lowest market rates by
WALKER 4 CO.,
No 6 Commercial Row, Norfolk, Va.
No. 30 Market Square, Norfolk, Va.,
SOLE AGENT FOB
F ASTERN SHORE,
HUBBEL'S GOLDEN BITTERS,
THE FINBBT IN IHE WORLD I
LOSS OF APPETITE.
For tale by Iho quantity at a slight advance on the
-:lauta.tur-f't 1 .*. -
j e 21 No. 25 Market Square.
VT O T I C _E_ .
Tliet-ibe-i-htrhf* been appointed Administratrix on
the c.tate of her lat _ husband, John Hipkint, of the city ■
of Norfolk, deceatod. She respectfully rciiueata all per
sons indebted to the mid estate to call and eettle, and all
bavins: claims againtt it to present them to her at once.
jy 13-12t-Uw3m* MATILDA HIPKINS.
/_ f\f\r. CHOICE CIGARS WILL
if A IUU he told LOW to close conslunment.
_~_>•_.._• B. M. DUNN ft CO.,
j» 14—lm 25 Main Street
IT ADIES" RETICULES and Riding
JJ Whlpt, foi-itlaby _ .
!*"" E. M. DUNN ft CO.,
if lv— tf No. 26 Mala Street.
s * sasl *" "-. SALES.
POR SALE. " lHf|
•T-AMILT RESIDENCE SITUATED IN A PLEa. I
Th a-r... I ' ART 0f THE CITY.
iue uotSE is spacious, well arranged, built in modern
•tylo ot brick, and covered witk slate. It hat two largo o
t*arlors, wide Passage _„_ Dining room. Four Chamber
_ the second Boor aud four on tho third. It Is isolated r
r__L<_- _____ _____•*■■••■ " ai in a xtooi neighborho.sl. o
on the Smites ' I * rg9Ci '' tßrn . • u,d B,a,jk '
. ? *- omfo "**hle and desirable Dwelling, -
N__-_S_* P re «nted of being tupplied. Terms
A 1..., lor sale, n tract of LAND in Nansemond couutv, /
near the river and the Railroad, adapted to tracking Or <
forming. Addles B, Box No. 119, at the Post Offlc. X
JPOR SALE. ' J
"T_ valuable FARM, tuitablo for trucking pnrposet, con- *
sitting of 126 acres of fine land, a portion of which is
covered by a growth of Pines The above Farm is situated "
5 mile- from Norfolk on the Princess Anne road, has two 1
Houses and out buildings, and Ia tltuated withiu easy ac- I
cess by land and water, to the city, and offers superior hi-1
ducemetitt to purchasers. For further particulars, anoiv 1
to FOLOER, CARTWRIOHT ft CO.. '
Auction and Commission Merchants,
m,g 4—tf 22 Wide-Water Street.
rpiMBERED LAND FOR SALE.-
We havo for sale 206 acres of TIMBERED LAND,
thickly set with PINE, OAK and GUM, (original growth!
six miles from Norfolk cily, and one milo from "Tanner's
Creek," from whence the timber can bent-ted or lightered
to Market. 40 Cordt of Wood can be cut to the acre from
this land. SHAW 4 ROBERTS,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
Corner Roanoke Square and Wide-Water Slroet,
Day Book and Old Dominion copy.
TiARM FORI. A LET"
We havo for sale, on accommodating terms, a beautiful
FARM at "Great Bridge," Norfolk county, 10 miles from
Norfolk city, and 400 yardt from the Chesapoako aud Al
Thie FARM contains from 00 to 100 acres of land, half
of which ia _!•____ and under cultivation. The dwelling
la one of the best in the country, being nearly new. It
haa 8 rooms and all tho necessary store rooms, pantries,
ftc, it. The out buildings, Barn. Stabies.Carriage House,
tc, ftc , are in porfect order. Tho farm is enclosed with
Cypress palo and Juniper rails. The soil It light, quick
aud well suited to Trucking purposes. Steamers run with
in a short dittanco of it, hy which means, tho markets
can be supplied daily. It hat upon it the best water in
tho country, and a reat variety of fruit and shade trees.
It It well suited fora Physician, being about the centre of
the couuty, and having upon It a enug oflko, fitted up for
that purpose. The location It healthy, Its situation beiua
high and dry. This It beyond queetlon, themoet beauti
ful place in thlt section of country. Possession given im •
mediately. SHAW 4 ROBERTS,
Auction and Commltsion Merchants,
Corner Roanoke Square and Wide-Water Street.
Day Book aod Old Dominion copy.
FORSALE CHEAP—A decked barge,
carries 2.00 husheltof grain. Apply to
jy 25—2 m* Portsmouth, Va.
"we have for talo, on accommodating terms, a FARM
two mlleß from thocltv, by the Military Road, or two and
a half miles by tht Lambert's Polat Road, containing
eighty-two acres, forty of which is cleared. Two thousand
cords'of wood can be cut from it.
This farm can be dividedinto two good Tracking Farms,
at It has two dwel_ng9 upon It.
The land is very nearly all new and is well adapted lot
Trucking purpotet. Bu _ w 4 ROBERTS,
Auction and Commission Merchants, 1
Jtorner Roanoke Square and Wide-Water street. I
jy 8-tf — I
"COR bA LE*
"*■_ offer for tale HUNDRED AND FIFTY
AURESOF LAND.aporrTon of my farm, adjoining the
villace of Kcmp«ville, in Princess Anne county, \a,
m_-_ll_fJS_f-h.elt, of Norfolk, _i.umU on the east
bank of the Eliiaboth River. ____. ~
Tho situation is healthy, society good, adjacent to
schools and churches. The land it thoroughly adapted to
TRUCKING, being high, rich and quick. There it wood
enough on the land to pay for it.
Should it not be desirable for auy one in want of land
to have so large a tract, It will he divided into lott to suit.
/ For lorina, ftc, apply to SHAW ft ROBERTS, Auction
I and Commlstion merchant-, corner Roanoke Square and
I Wide Water it, Norfolk, Va, ia w .one bauds tht proper
ty has been placed for sale.
~ J. M. BRICKHOCSE,
j„7_tf Kempsvllle, Princeat Anne co- Vn.
OR SALE.—A good Farm in Olou
cester Couutv, Va,lylnglmmcdlatrly on Ware river,
audrronting un two sides npoutho water aud iv full view
of Chesapeako Bay. _ _, . ~ ,
The tract contaius 690 acres, 250 or 2,5 arret of which
••re cleared, and tho balance Is In timber. The tiuprove
m.nts upon the place, consists of a new dwelling, well
fiii-di«-l and coutainiug-roouii, a Itoi.room and x long
_______ The outbuildings consist of a kitchen with brn■_.
?1, ~,,,-v ,ne_t heuße and fowl huusce. all n«* and iv I-pfl
.--,,-, th. barm f" 0 stables were bura-d during th.
Sumsnd about Bin* quarter of the fenciug is standing.
UMft_*£ with adjOi-lnglarn-tupendingoodcondition
For further THOMPSON,
v - J*"-**"-* ""** "' °' OU vS Vorift »
Balth-oro American copy and send bill to this office.
(- AGENCY OF
J. C. D E M I N G ,
franklln savings' bank, bank street,
Fire, Life and Marine Compauiet, with ample cupltil
and undoubted reputation.
MANHATTAN INSCRANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK,
FIRE AND MARINE.
Ho'<l. TJ-SCRANCK COMPANY, NEW HAVEN,
FIRE AND MARINE.
NATI-WAt »*r R E INSLRANC.! COMPANY,
SPRINGFIELD HRE A.N? MARINE INSURANCE CO.
NEW YORK HFE INSURANCE °OMPAKT,
MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY, VIRGINIA/
.__-We write on Buildings of every class und occupy
tion, and their contents in city aud couutiy. Furniture,
Stock of Merchaudiae, Vessels and Cargoee, and personal
property generally, on liberal termi.
-_r-Lots_s promjitly settled.
J. C. DEMINO,
Jp 20—tf Franklin Savings' Bank, Norfolk, Va.
7Tb R N E XC H A N G~E
The Stockholders of thii Company have just paid 11
■900,000 In cash, making the Capital of this Company,
$_00,(i00, with a surplus of fl 0,000.
In the strong condition of this Company, with a list of
mrectot _ composed of our first Merchants, the public li.iv,,
the guarantee of ability to meet losses, and fait aud hon
orable adjustment of tbe same.
JAS. D. BPARKMAN, President
WM. TRI'SLOW. Vice President,
Persons desiring Insurance in tho above Company, will
apply at the Agent! Offlco. .
* O. WINDSOR, Agent,
No. 38, Bank itreet, at tha Merchants and Mechanics
Pavings Bank. Jy °—"
Tj"_RE, LIFE AND MARINE
NO. 22 W. MAIN STREET, NORFOLK, VA.
THOS CREAMER ft SON, AGENTS,
with run row___. j
AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL REPRESENTED,
Pltoßlx Insurance Company of Brooklyn.
Marvlaud Fire Insurance Compauy of Baltimore.
Home Insurance Company of New York.
Peabodv Fire Insurance Company of Baltimore.
Washington Life Insurance Company of New York.
BOARD OF REFEREES f
Chariot Reid, Gilbert C. Walker
C. L. Colo, W. W. Lamb.
Porter Bherman, Wm. T. Harrison
H. G. Btewurt, Richard Dkkton,
Geo. Sangster A. L. Hill,
E. D. Smith, C. Burrus..
N~EW AND SEASONABLE GOODS
MOW OPENING AT
SEABURY S BOOT & SHOE STORE,
19 Market Square.
Ca'l and lee them. Prices moder.te. Jy 7—tf
TMPOHTANT TO~THE PUBLIC!-
THE AMERICAN~SOAP COMPANY
Would respeotfully Inform the Public that they are no
readv to sell tha celebrated
MONITOR SOAP FOR WASHING.
Also, FANCY and CASTILE SOAPS, POMADES, CO- 5
KIMBERLY'S WHARF, Noaroi*, Vt, whore they Invite
the Merchants to call and seetbem.
i The Monitor Soap it at Retail at all the Or?«r».
"On and after this date the freight on all Goods, Wares
Merchaudiae, ftc, shipped by o«Sffß»M_.
thipperi or owners desire It. WEBB, Agent.
aug I —tt ■
Old Dominion copy.
T'hli wine it invaluable to aged inralidt, aa a toothing
tonic and for all the purpotet for which Glngir it used
niedi-lnally. besides being a delightrul and refreshing
Summer Beverage, either pur* or aUghtly diluted with
water and mixed with ice. It alto makes a pleasing ud
fltion to Brandy, Whiskey or any tplritout leverage
rice 11 50 per bottle. To be hail at the
•••.IP-TOP" WINE AND LIttCOR STORE,
""""By V- F. rerg*tti"n, Auctioneer.
\\T AREHOUSK FOR RENT AT «•
t will offer tor rentat public auction, thaWARF-IOCSB
*-« corner of Reed's Lane and Wide-Water Street.
-chouse is well calculated for any kind of Bust
in t.. - good order. Tho renting will take place
The »•,,. '10 o'clock on FRIDAY next, nth Inst,
less, and la lv I. F. FERGVSON, Auctioneer,
m tiie preini.ee a. aug_—.t
By order of Trustee. Auctioneers.
By Shaw & Roberts, ~ T XTUEEB
STOREHOUSE AND . hj ~
~7 AT AUCTION. .„„«■„_
We will soil to the highest bidder for cas.. W P *XE_.
)AY morning next, Anfr. Bth, lSiio, at 11 o'cloca, "?n the
itemises, the STOREHOUSE and FIXTURES, No. - Mfir
tet Square, occupied at present by Mr. K. Stra.biirt'.rat
i Clothing Store- SHAW * ROBERTS,
aug 6—St AncUoneert.
INSPECTOR'S OFFICE, I
Oowobt Nitrr Y»bd, Norfolk, Va., Aug. 3d, 1585./
iUUCTION SALE OF
BARGES AND CONDEMNED PRO
VISIONS. AND CLOTHING,
AND SMALL STORES.
Will be sold at Auction, at Naval Storehouse, Ootport
Navy Yard, on
~ SATURDAY, Ace. usx 12th, 1885,
At 10 o clock, A M, to the highest bidder, TWO UABOE M,
SjSohr'',' r ,"""_, : ""! F__- n >) '[W'-'Xy cl Barges about
_,oIXJ busbels. Also, lot of tundriea emilnera. ■_
Length, Seveutv-scvon (77) feet.
Width, twalvt (12) fpot.
Hold, fviir v t) net four (4) inebes.
--•ngHi, eighty-eight (SBI feet.
Width, lourteen (14) feet two (21 Inchon
Hold, three (3) feat ten (10) inches.
Ten (If), hue*.79,. pounds. ),__,_ -_„
Seven (7) barrels, SMporat*. MeW "«• ofBREAD.
Six (6) barrels of FLOUR, sr*n pounds.
Twenty-five (26) Ilresd BAGS.
Tweniy-two (_.') pontids of COFFEE.
Two (2) Seamless COATS.
Ten (IU) PEA JACKETS.
Ten (10) pair BhC & CLOTH TROWS-RS.
One (11 pair HUE SATINET TROWSEBS.
Three (3) BLUE OVERSHIRTS.
Fifty (50) SHEETING FROCKS.
Twenty-tour (24) pairs BOOTS.
Sixty-four (04) yards HLUE FLANNEL.
Five hundred and two (502) pounds TOB AOCO.
Seventy (70) pounds SOAP.
Terms cash in United States Currency.
O. E. THORNTON,
aug 3— Iftsftmts Inspector, ftc.
R. C. Ju.__, Auctioneer for V. S. Marshal's sales.
~ business gono-ts,
T M. SMITH & BROTHER^"
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TOWN POINT. Nonrout, va.
J. MARSDEN SMITH. WM. U. SMITH.
T7OLGER, CARTVVRIGHT & CO.",
, GENERAL AUCTION AND COMMISSION
No. 22 Wide-Water Bt, Norfolk, Va.
I LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
AND QUICK RETURNS.
I The undersigned have this day associated themselves
under the style of FOLDER, CARTWRIOHT ft CO.. tor
the purpose nf transacting a Oeneral Auction and Comm
ission business. Consignments from our frionda North
and South respectfully solicited. Liberal advances made
on consignments and quick returns guaranteed.
Tbe highttt market prices paid for all produce, auch as
Cotton, Corn, Flaxseed, Tar, Pitch, Turpentine. Ro
sin, ftc., Ac.
Sales of Merchandise, Real Estate, Furniture, ftc, Ac,
attended to promptly. The patronage of tho public la
solicited. E. C. FOLUER,
ang I—tf JAS W.CARTW RIGHT.
(Ti E 0 It O E It . WIL_.IT,
auction and oeneral commission merchant,
11 Campbell's Wharf,
NORFOLK, VIBGII.I A.
H RIEMAN ft SONS. W. J. RIEMAN ft CO., BalUmore.
\ J. H. CLAIBORNE, C.J. WORTH.. M 4 CO., Richmond.
Jr. 8. MARCH, New York. OLD RESIDENTS of Norfolk,
1 Aguut for Guano, Phosphates, etc. Also, Millcr'a Baltl-
I more Fire aud Burglar-Proof Safea. jy29—tt
DAI B __» ■_.' B OF 1 Jt
31 Market Square, NorfolU, Va,
Wliolesale aud Retail Dealers in
', Greenough's Non-Explosive
for tale. jy2o
AUR O F~F ICE.
Tha undersigned respectfully informt hia old friends
that he hat established for.the present,
AT NO. 25 CHURCH STREET, BELOW UNION,
Whore he will be happy to serve them nt formerly with
' all the creature comforts. Ho has selected hia stock of
LIQUORS, WINES, ALES, ftc.
With especial reference to thotastuof hib.or_a_r_f.euda
Free LUNCH every day from 11 to 2 o'clock.
SNACKS at all homo,
j __-__ FRANK McCOURT.
pIUNKLIN SAVINGS BANK
BANK STREET, NEAit MAIN, NORFOLK, Va.
JOHN B. WHITEHEAD, Ph-miomt.
. fl WHITEHEAD. JOHN JA.MES,
g,' HARTSHORN. C. U. MATHIAS.
j I BLOODGOOD. WM. WARD.
}. C. DEMINO, CaM—f
. institution Is prepared to receive depottta and al-
Tin -est thereon at the rate of FIVE per cent, on
low int.* , ■-• on deposit ninety days and upwards, and
sums reins h** l -., . '-"ter periods.
FOUR per. •*•*• •_ - "ntUtution are requested tl
-..-Parties mdeided to tue . -n aa pa-tible.
renew, cirt_.fi or pa}' their notes aa b0...
j? i t a b l iMib ncm,
"fXPER AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURES PRICES
_._ -3«»**«tt»^ Monopoly
I offer the largest and best assorted stock of PAPER of
every description to be found in this country. Bookstlleri
tiatlonert, Pimteia and Binders will save'niouev by flrVt
exaraming my stock. Orders by mall promptly filled
_, *__*_ lIAI *D, Wholesale Paper Dealer.
. ,_ , No ' -WHeehmuu St, N.Y. (Tho Old Stand.)
JC. DA w S oi_T &~ COT!
• NO 65, MAIN STREET,
-WHOLESALE DEALERS IN SUPERIOR
.„ , , ANT) SEGABS.
All who want hargaint would do well to call.
TNO. D. GORDON & CO,
BANKER 3 AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
No. 20 HiiUT Square.
Buy and sell Gold aud Silver coius and all kinds of un
current Bank Notes, and collect Drafts aud Chccka on all
accessible placeb in the country. Jy 19 —lm
AND GENERAL COMMISSION
No. 11 Roanoke S . cake,
The undersigned have this day formed' a ro-partnerthip
under the it vie of WALKE ft .HAMEUtLAINE. fortiie
purposo of conducting the Auction and tomniiMion Buta
nes, aud are prepared to sell at auction or mi coramiation
REA VeWWNaL ESTATE, (including
Returns promptly made. The patronage of the public
W. W. CUAMBERLAINE,
Refer to C. L. Cole, Preeldent Ist National Bank, R. H
.hamberlttne and M. A. ft C. A. Santos.
Sales in the country attended. jy I—tf
A bottle of that St. Jnlien Claret from the " TIP-TOP "
Wine and Liqnor Store, No. 12, under the Atlantic Hotel,
with small ice, is a truly r-fresliinir drink this not weath
er. Price only To cents per bottle iv greenbacks.
ithine, Sauterne and CWei uj the bottle or caae. Some
pure juice Port. light and delicious, at only $4 00 per gal
lon or $1 00 per quart. Cherry and Blackberry Brandy,
I very nice, which we offer at low prices for good quality.
"TIP-TOP" WINE AND LIQUOR STORE,
ang I—tf No. 12 Atlsrii.- Ho'-l Boil-in ■■
T EriLl__.'-_ s'l'OMAUh __IlT_K«>.
-■Ae, best in the world for mixed drinks, i. c. Cocktails,
l aid wh. re bitters are w„nt«l. For sale on dr.-?h '»>
the nieuturo. and for the accommodstioniof fami.* pm
,«_ee, we __w.ll put up in tmall boßlt. •**"** ***
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