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PURCHASERS OF DRY GOODS
SELDNER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEBS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
NO. IS MAIN STREET, NORFOLK,
HATE JUST RECEIVED tholr stock of PALL AND
WINTER GOODS, which, in addition to the supply pre
viously on hand, now enables them to exhibit to par
LARGEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
IN THE SOUTHERN STATES.
Our Wholesale Department
AFFORDS TO CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS
an opportunity to make selections from
AMERICAN AND IMPORTED GOODS,
At prices aa low as they can be bought in any city In the
We call special attention to the
Ladies' Dress Goods Department,
where may be found
MOIRE ANTIQUE SILKS,
GROS DE RHINES,
POULT DE SOIE,
PLAIN REPT POPLINS,
SILK AND WORSTED ARMURES,
MOHAIR LUSTRES IN COLORS,
POPLINETTE, PLAIN AND CHENE,
A FULL STOCK OF TOIL DE VENICE,
REPT AND PLAIN ALPACAS
A SPLENDID STOCK 0E FRENCH MERINOS, all shades
LADIES' AND MISSES MERINO VESTS, Sc, 4c
The Mourning Department,
consists In part of
% and 64 BROUSSELINES,
FRENCH AND ENOLISII
AND SHAWL MERINOS,
CHENE AND STRIPED POPLIN,
FRENCH POPLINS, beautiful stylos,
CHENE AND STRIPED
BLACK KID GLOVES, 4c, 4c.
Our Shawl and Cloak Room,
THE FINEST STYLES OF BASQUES,
BAY STATE SHAWLB,
SQUARE AND LONG SHAWLS, 4c, Ac.
Department for Gentlemen's Wear.
UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
SILK AND LINEN IIDKFS
ULOVES, of all kinds,
BOYS' UNDER SHIRTS.
Heads of families will find at SELUNEK 4 CO.'S
COTTON SHEETINGS, all widths,
DAMASK TABLE NAPKINS,
DAMASK TABLE CLOTnH,
TABLE LINEN, tt-4 and I<H
UNBLJACHED LINEN TABLE CLOTHS,
OLOTII TABLE COVERS,
In Our Carpet Room,
VELVET AND COCOA MATS,
An Immense Stock of Flannels.
Consist in.- In part of
OPERA FLANNELS, all shades,
RED TWILLED FLANNEL,
GREY TWILLED FLANNEL,
BLUE TWILLED FLANNEL,
WHITE TWILLED FLANNEL,
PLAIN RED FLANNEL,
PLAIN GREY FLANNEL,
PLAIN BLUE FLANNEL
PLAIN YELLOW do.
..-. -.. . BLANKETS ~_ ' BLANKETS of all kinds
ALSO, 0818 BLANKETS, <w.
We respectfully Invite all persona who are purchasing,
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK,
as wa are determined to make it to the
INTEREST OF ALL WHO WISH TO SAVE MONEY
To buy their goods at
SELDNER & CO.'S,
13 Mala Street, head of Market Square,
•epU-tf Norfolk, Virginia;
HATS. CAPS. BOOTS. SHOES, &c.
j if. b. NICHOLS, * if, p. rice.
JJ B. NICHOLS a CO.,
No. 38, Main Street.,
SIGN OF THE 810 HAT, KIMBERLEY'S FT.OrK,
Receive regularly, and keep constantly on hand, direct
from the Manufacturers,
THE FINEST AND MOST VARIED ,STOCK Of
TO BE FOUND Sol.'TH OF NEW YORK.
" THE LATEST STYLES OF
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
together with a general itr-iorlinent of
both wholesale and retail, j
This Stock has been particularly selected for our OWN
TRADE, ami OL'R FACULTIES, an mail Unit wo are .
PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS, AND AT TUB i
SHORTEST NOTICE. C
For the accommocation of our City Customers, we have *!
engaged the lit -Rial of -
ir//,7. LA M STEVENS,
WELL KNOWN IN THIS COMMUNITY
PRACTICE A 1.. HATTER ,
AND A WORKMAN OF THE FIRST ORDER Of *
Wo ore thfrff'.ro prepared to Manufacture HATS t-i \
ORDER, and to generally REPAIR and RENOVATE old
Our Country friends Hill find it to their interest to *
give M a call and judge fur ilii-in-i.-lvi-., |
XYT II O L 10 BAI, E B 0 0 T ,
W. H. TURNER & CO.,
Would respectfully iiif.irin the Merchants of North Caro
lina, Tennessee an,l anil tin' trade generally
ili.il tiny linve ,iu-t recoind from Hie Manufacturers
hands THREE THOUSAND PACKAGES ■•
SOLE LEATHER, 1
CALF SKINS, HATS,
and every oilier article to be found in n
FIRST CLASS J01)I1IX(J SHOE HOUSE.
Our entire Stock has be. n paraaiaaa for cash, by two
of Hie Partners lapanea whna i..iik aapattanaa in the
trad.- justifies us in siiyintf Unit we ran oSef imliicenunts
to Mi'i'elianlH Unit cannot be surpassed.
Wear" now pr,|,ui."l t.. oifer to tie.' trade, at satlsfac- t
tory prices, one of tlie niost ,
EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS MARKET
Our business will bo confined t 'celii-'vely to
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING.
A call from "iir old patrons and (no trade o-enerally. is
W. 11. TURNER ii CO., •
No. lo West Side Market Knars,
sei.O—lm Norfolk, Va.
NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS
MOW OPENING AT
SEABURY'S LOOT 4k SHOE STORK,
19 Market Square.
Cell and see them. Prices mnder-te ly 7— i
TCT O T I c E .__
011 and after this data the fi.ialit on -ill Qoeea, Wans, -
Merchandise, te.. shipped by the BalUmoro Steam Packet
Comnanv'i Steamers to Norfolk, Ola Point, City Point .
and Riel'nu'ind,c:in be mail.' payable at .!■ ■ ■iinati..n. il Hi"
Bliippers or owners desire it.
„„l i '._lf THOS. 11. WEBB, Agent. (
01.1 Dominion copy.
OFFICE SEABOARD ,v ROANOKE R. R. CO., t
P.lKT.Sll.llT'l, VIRGINIA, Sop. 8,1806. )
VT O T J p B .
lb. MONDAY, the 11th INSTANT, and until farther
notiiv, iiTiiin will leave Portsmouth for Suffolk. DAILY, '
will I. are Suffolk at 11: SO o'clock, A. M. CO. OB D',
scp9—tf Agent. I
rpH FN OK K< 11 /Kill! 1 L 1) INO XI ND
I ASSOCIATION.—The regular monthly MEETING
oi the NORFOLK BUILDING FUND ASSOCIATION
will be held on MONDA" M:.\T, al 7".o'clo< X, P. M., in
the Hall of the Union Fire Ooaaaany, oa Pea Clnneb
street. All interested are uiyeullv reipii sled to attend.
\ll dues, fiaea, aa.. caa be t'ui'l fee tl." Treaanrer oa >.r
before the night of B*etln(. JNO. 11. CORE,
■ep3t— Ot _ Secretary.
VIRGINIA FEMALE INSTITUTE,
VSIAUNT il N , V A .
•ihe Foriv-l'irsi Term will coauae OCTOBEB lib.
ill the Departt-eaU ertll be in ref-lat operatloa nnitec
the cure ufespericnc. .1 I.oilers.
The Bnlldlngi contain Sixty Ibsuns, and are uewly fur
atabed, and theo.oaaaa Ibaaio-res. . ...
T„eiul!.u. ..I." rl'ed 1..r b-a... «i 1, a» h.-vtoforc,
~e;M„',,.l."llorll.el.i'."'"'o".'e.i'"|-'- »«*■ -J
~ by raUroad, via Alexandria or Kkhmond.
'Htfere ..■' to the nnnieroni patron- In \ u-g.nia and tlie
. W ALstlH O CANES AND
In great J-**. ■« -* ■* _ M -„„ , t C O.,
jj-!*- tr ' ._!-*.s££=L.
L'ADH4r3» RETICULEH aud Biding
Whips, lorsale by r M . DUN -N A CO..
j- 19 tf N "' * Main Street.
pOCKET KNIVES AND BAZOBB.
In va ietv, for sale by ~~"" % M DUNN t CO.,
JyW-M ' »M»lnßtrt#t.
THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD.
PILLS & SALVE.
These Life-giving Remedies are now,
fni' the first time, given publicly to the
world. For over a quarter of a century of
-irivnte practice, the ingredients in these '
Have been used with the greatest suc
cess. Their mission is, not only to pre- •
vent disease, but to cure. They search
out the various maladies by which the
patient is suffering, and reinvigorate the
l'ti tli tig system. To the aged and inrirm t
a few doses of these valuable PILLS \
will prove to he I
A Very Fountain of Youth ;
For in every case they add new life and
vitality and restore the waning energies
lo their pristine slate. To the young !
and middle-aged, they will prove most J
invaluable, as a ready specific and ster- I
ling medicine. Here is a dream realized, (
that Ponce-de-Leon might for three
hundred years ago, and never found, j
Ha looked for a fountain that would re
store the old to vigor and make youth ever -
AN ETERNAL SPRING !
It was left for this day and hour to real
ize the dream, and show, in one glorious t
fact, the magic that made it fair. '
These Famous Remedies ,
Cannot stay the flight of years, but they
can force back, and bold aloof, disease
that might triumph over the aged and t
the young. Let none hesitate, then, bat \
seize at once the favorable opportunity »
that oilers. When taken as proscribed— I
FOR BILIOUS DISORDERS, !
Nothing can be more productive of cure Jj
than these Pills. Their almost magic P
Influence is felt at once; and the usual t .
concomitants of this most distressing "'
disease are removed. These remedies
are made from the purest „
They will not harm the most delicate i
female, ami can be given with good effect,
in prescribed doses, to the youngest babe.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS J
And all eruption! of the skin, the
SALVE is most invaluable. It does
not heal externally alone, hut penetrates
with the most searching effects to'the
very root of the evil!
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably Cure tho Following Diseases :
Fever and Ague,' A
Liver Complaint, '
Lowness of Spirits,
Skin Disease*. »
K_T Notice.—None genuine without i
tho engraved trade-work around eacli J
pot or box, signed by DP. J. MAO- .
GIEL, to counterfeit which is felony. ■
43 FULTON ST.,
NEW YORK. j
r-.T Sold by all respectable Dealers in 4
Medicines throughout the United States J
and the Canada*— at 2o cents per box or J
M. A. & C. A. SANTOS,
auglU—ly Norfolk, Va. ,
DR. JAMES D. GALT respectfully [
t' li'lw- bli services to th" public in »*v. rj br*&eo
..I hid profession. Office and residence. T W«t Main ( ]
street, otct Mr. Joseph Kohoe's store, and opposite flnti t
Nuiioiml Bank, Norfolk, Ta M lf«pl tf J
Tjl O It 8 A L E .
.liint received per Steamer deaffe Appold, n few
O D N NY CI. 0 1 11, ■
which I offer very low, if sold immediately. |
ALSO, IN STORK,
28,000 cheroots, c ,
,1 Boxes CHEMICAL ERASIVE SOAP,
2U Boxes GILBERT'S FAMILY SOAP,
MAGNES' CELEBRATED AND CEDAR WiRE. J
f.„«„1,.<;,1..AP,1.y 11EN11V I' Mol'.i'i'.STKn p
uunU-tf No. 12 Cani|ibell i Wharf
ItrONTOOMEBY & WILSON — $
* NO. 7 ROANOKE SQUARE,
Oiler l'..r sal.—
_i) Box.* LEMMONS. in Ann order, .
as Boxes ASSORTED AND STICK CANDY, '
.1 Box. . ASSORTED IV FANCY PAPERS, I
in I'.oms SOAI'. from 9U to 1. ccuts,
CASTII.E SOAPS at 12 cents per lb.
POTATOES unii APPLES, by tho Barrel,
pnl up for Shipping.
Orders from neighboring oines wBl bo promptly al
Tlio highest price paid ail' flsis fruits.
MONTGOMERY * WILSON,
~i.n-:i No. 7 Roanoke Square
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD R&
J_ SPBCTFULI.V solicit a Share of the Public Patron
age at their
NEW SHAVING SALOON,
JVo. 5 Union Street, Norfolk,
N. B.—l'urticular attention paid to HAIR UURUHi
WILLIAMS & JONES,
(late of Mr. Cook's, in chiirirc),
fit-_:Ki tf Mftaiii'it Old Stand.
"ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY.*-
J\_ OFFICE NO. M CHURCH STREET,
(Tsnuraj r.i iim-m.!
1 'REli'lllT MONEY, and VALUABLES forwarded with
care and despatch to all parts of the United St-.tes.
BILLS DRAFTS, Ac, collected, an.l prompt returns '
Our wagons call In any part of .Norfolk sn.l Portsmouth
for Roods to bo forwarded : and »11l deliver without extra
charge, all goods that arrive by Express.
Express going North closes at 2.30 r. *.—going South,
/'.e.ttHf. J. B. MONEY, Agent.
HELMBOLD'S Fl.ril) EXTRACT
B U C II U .
For Weakness - arising from Indiscretion The exhaati
ed powers of Nature which are -ACompaoied by - 1 inakv
alarming symptoms, among which will bo found linlis
poaltlon 10 hertl Loss of Memory, Wakefulness, Hor
ror ol Disease, or Forebodings of Evil; in laet, Universal
Lassitude, Prostration, and inability to enter Into the en
joyments of n society.
The Constitution, ..nee affected with Organic Weakness
raqnirea the aid of Medicine to strengthen and (nttonifVi
the iys(. m , „„_._ HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU in
variably does. If no ireuliiient i- submitted lo Con
sumption or insanity ensues.
Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu, !
Inl affections peculiar to " FEMAIES," is urn i|ii:,l,i| liyany '
(ilier preparation, ai in Chlorosis or Retention, l'alnlul
n. v, or suppression in of Customary E'acuati'iis, I ie, rated
or Scliirrns state of the Uterus, au.l nil complaints Inci
dent to the sex, whether arising from habits of dladpa
ti"ii, inipiinleiii c hi, or the decline or change in lit.
Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Will radically exterminate ii'oni the sy-Mu Diseases
arising from Habile of Dhalpatlon al littli txpente,UUl4
or no c/i..,,,;„ in ,li,t, n; iiieooeeHienee or <s\x..,ui< ; coin
I'lct' ll Rap. -rseiling tilo.-e UnjrflWlMWt ■'/e/0e,,./. ~.|,,' )'. „k
--w%, c,.j,ai:',iand Mercury in nl! lbe-e flleeail -.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHTJ,
In all Diseases of these organs, whether existing in 1
" Mali* or M "Female" felon whatever cause ortabutting,
anil no matt c tn,m ton,/ .-7..'/o/i/oy. Il is plea-aut in taste
ati'l odor, "imnie'/oit, " in acrfen,aud inure slrcugthening
than any of the preparatioim ol* //".-,'.■ or rron.
Those saflbrtng from IftaJwn, doaas or DrHettU consti
tution*, jo'oenee Ihe c, Ineii}/ ut fine.
The leader mil-t be awn.- lllilt liowever -liuht may bo
Hi.- attack of the above dleoaaea, it is c. rtain to aflaei Ma
;; ■lily Health, Umtal rimers ami Hatpinas.
All Ihe above .lisen-.-s raajtllre the aid ol' a diitletic,
HELMBOLD'H EXTRAQT BUCHU
IS THE.ORE AT DIURETIC.
HEi.MiioLirs main. V COXCEXTRA ted
COMPOUND FLUID E..TUAI I SAIL- \PA 111 LEA,
For pniilylngthe blood, removing allebrooie constitu
tional ilisc.i-.'s arising from ell impure state o\' the blood,
and tin- only r.li.tide and 1 Itectnal known i> oe 'iv lor the
cure of Scrofula, Bcald Head, Fall llle iini, Pains and
Bwelllngs "l the Bonea, Ulceration ol Hi.. Throat and
Legs, Biol. In ■::, I'iiiiples on lie Faei ,T, 11. r, Eiynipelas, ,
and 1,1! scaly ci option- i.| Ihe -kin,
AM) HEALTH \ INi: illri fXIMPUCXIOK,
Rot a taw of the worat dlaordeft thai aflecl n kind
1,1 i.se irom the corruption that ac ralates in the bl I
Of all the dUcoverles that have been made to purge It 1
out. no an equal In effect HBLMBOLD .- COMPOI Mi
KXTBACTOF bASBAPABILLA. It cleanses and rono
vaii 1 the blood, in-tillsthe rigor of health Into Ihe sys
(■ in. -tint purges out Hie humors which mat-;" dlseaaa, —
Ii stimulates tin; healthy "unctions of the body, ami ex*
pelU the disorders that grow an.l rankle In ili-blood.— '
Such a remedy thai could be rolled 011, haa long been
sought for.and vow, for the tl.-i time, the public bare
.ne on which they can depend. Our -pace bare does doI
idmir of certificates to show ii- effects, but lie- trial "f a
angle battle wIU show lie lick that it ha virtues mr
jMaelug anything the- have ever taken. n
Two tali -] ii'iilof ihe Extract ot Baiaar^arßJa,added
to v pi oi of water, li aaaal to the Lisbon Wei Drink, and
me lotile in fully e.jnal to a gallon ..I' He- Byrnp of lar
-apaiilla, or the decoction as usnaUy made.
*-~- THESE BXTBACTB HAVIi BEEN ADMITTED
I'O USB IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY, and are
also in very general use in all the State HOSPITAL:* and
PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTION, througl I Hi"
laud, aa well as in private practice-, and arecuaatdared
as invalii.tbl" raaiodiei.
S*e ../.. Ileal PrwjtrtUt of Bacon,
FROM PISI'ENSATORV 111' iili: LMTLD SI'ATF.S
See Professor Dewk_'k valual;:-- workion the PracUca
Be. reiii.irksrii.de bythalaleaalabrated Dr.Pamo,of
Bee remarka made by Dr. Ei'hkajv IfDowxt,*, a cvU
bratod Physician and Member of the BoyaJ CoUege of
Surg-ous, Ireland, and nnbUahed ia the Trunaaotiune of
the King and Queen's Journal. '
See .V'./iV" VMrurgieal Beviiw, published by He.vj.imi.v i
I'im'tns, Fellow of Ro.ial Collegoof Surgeons,
See most "f tie- late Standard Work- oi Mcllolae. 1
"SARS APA R I 1,1. A .''
Sold loj «,'.' *),'..'■, J'.::.'.
DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
sopS—lm m BROADWAY,
JP STAB L 1 S H XI) 188 3 .
L. B B iTv LE V ,
FANCY AM) STAPLS DEY 00ODS,
rl E(V FALL STOCK.
No. 53 Main Street, under Jolinson'f Hal l , Whotaaaa
Rooms in the rear, Norfolk, Va sepg—lm
CI BOBOE "DEMERIT &~(.'0.,
J (ES.U.I.ISIUI. is.'"',
303 BROADWAY, NEW YORK',
Offer the following splendid li-t of
WATCHES, CHAINS, OOLD PENS,
SILVERWARE A.XD JEWELRY,
WORTH OVER $750,000,
AT ONE DOLLAR EACH:
Xot to lie lurid for milil you know what you iei','l receive
101 l Cold Hunting-Cased (Fatohea $60 no lo *'.'OO no
•Jim Ladies' Oold-Casod Watchee S* <m to 100 00
oisj Solid Silver-Cased Watches 1» on to 4-> ml
174 Soli.iire Diamond Rtnge 'W in' to 15 oil '
1,600 Hack and Unard Chains f. oo to 4.1 no
;,uiio Vest ami Chat. lain. Chains 4no to 00 no
:;,!««) Hold Kiiain.'le.l Brooches 4 '-< to If, on
3,800 Pearl Coral, Ac, Brooohee 4 no to" M 00
l.miii Gold, Pearl, Ac, Bar-Orona .'i no to Is ou
L'.r.oO dents' Scurf and llrea-tpiiis -' 00 to 12 Oil
),.,o.) Hold Chased Braoeleta 400 to 15 no
;,oon Ova! Band Bracelets 4 I'd to 13 00
1,000 Gold Watch Keys and Slides 109 to «oo -
.•,oo<i Gold Sloi ii Buttons, Co -00 to lo on
3.000 Miniature Lockets IMb 900 .
(1,000 Miniature Lockets, Dial Face 900 to 800
1,500 Gold Thunblee, Armies*, Ac 4 t«0 !o 700 '
I ..".oi i Maao-to I'iin aad Enibl.i S 00 to 990 '
g.WHI Plain and (based Gold Rings 3 00 to SOU
(,000 Stone-Set and Signet RlUi 909 to 10 09
1,000 Ladies' Buckles, Charms, Ac gO9 to VI w I
7,600 Setts Gold, Pearl, Ao., JeweUy.... 000 to St 00 .'
8,000 Sells Qarnett, Jot, Ac, Jewelry... 400 lo iio co
2,000 California Diamond Rings 800 to nun ;
1800 Gold Toothpicks. Crosses, Ac 160 to Too |
~500 Gobi Pens. Pencils. Ac ISO to Bml ;
7.000 Gold Pes. Oaaa aad Pencil ..,, 3ej m 700 '.
LOOO Gold 1.-..., Ebony Bolden '.int., 800 ■
1,000 Silver ice Pitchers, Ac 20 oo to 50 oo :
1 ,'siil gllvi r Casters, Sian.is, Ac VI is) lo 4o 00 '.
1 :...n siii.r Card and Cake Basket) 12 00 to 35 00 :
4,000 Silver Cnpa and Man 4 i»i to ]s no ;
9.000 Bette Tea andliable Spoons 7 oil 10 is no ;
8,000 Tabl ilb larl Forks 10 on to 20 00 I
sin.Hi Bllver Frail ci"' Pla Knives ". ■0 to *00
4,ikiii Pairs Rings, salt Bpoons, Aa ■' 00 to 800 '
8,000 Silver Tea, Call Belli, Ac 109 to 10 ■» I
♦,000 Oyster and Pickle Forks Ac JO9 to 800 ;
Each and every article in the abovo list Is r. presented
by a Certificate. These are placed in -linttor envelope!
and Mated. Any person obtaining a Certificate, to Lc ;
Inn! at our oflke, or lent by mail l" any addi-ss, will
know wl.it they may have tor one dollar, :
Vt'e charge (or tending Certificates, raying postage am!
dofaag the bnalneaa, tt caati each. Fivewiflbe - 11 'or
$1: eleven f". -J; thirty for |A] sivti-tiv" Ibr :!". ami
one hiiielr .1 for fit.
Any pei-oi- ii-eivingaOetilgaate for an article they
may not dealre, can 1 scbange for any other article in our
list Of the same value, by lln. no iin.d W" are enable'!
to rurni-li lb public «i:l. -. ;■ rtloni from a rich nnd va
ried -loclt of goode, al a in,mill il price, while all haven
ci.ance ol iie. iirin- artlclea of the very bbrhret valna. —
We warrant every n:tie|e a« repro-ent'.t or moll.ij re
Aocnt."'—Liberal coninil-sion find valuable premiums,
consisting of Watches, &.:■.. given to Agents,
Address all orders to GEO. DEMERIT & CO., I
si p'-'l—lm 303 Broadway, Nyw York. '
I~) HOTOGRA PHI C~ -
We offer fbt sal.', rt a gfeat bargain, a flr-t-class
PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, with mi the Fixtures Im* I
p|,:... and now iv fnllopi rati in, rttaated oa Main itreet <
.\ splendid chance lor these In the business lo donate 1
their money, For farther particular; -nply to
FOLGEK. I'AhlWlllllllT .4 CO.. 1
pepl'i—tf No. 12 Wlde-WatSf street. 1
t__TfX FOR BIJYIXG '
L> THE MOUNT \ERNON COOK-STOVE.
1. It is the Heaviest Stove ill market.
2. Yon can burn either Wood or Coal.
3 You cai get Duplicate Plates if it should bleak. .
i. It is delivered Hint put up Ht your house free of
6. It is Warranted, and can be returned if it does uoi .
6. You can always find it ot the Depot, Roanoke
Square. J- R- GILLETT,
nep-l—lm Depot Roanoke S.,uare.
I>T O 1 C E~ .
In compliance witli the rc.|iiirements or an Act of the
General \-"<lnbly of Virginia, entitled an "Act to Incor
porate tiie Nnrli'dk City Water loiupany." 1, THOMAS
D TABU Mayor of the City ot Norfolk, do hereby order,
that an Flection be held, on the 12th day oi OCTOBER
nent In the -aid I'it., t" tike the scnseol the legally
qualified voters thereof n.5.1l the question then H le
mbmlttedtothem.wh the. the asld City sbaß subscribe
the sum "I MOO 00Q I iistitute tlie whole capital stock
of the saltl Norfolk City WSSjJWWj,, ~„ ~
sep2l—tf THOMAS C. TABB, Mayor.
■"■The TAX LISTS of lSd2, 'O-l. W and '05 are now in my
hands tor Collection. All per-..'.- inlere-teu are hereby
notified to c.mo forward .im!-'tile
A deduction or five per cut. will be allowed on all
Taxes for 1862,1863 and 1864, if paid by the 15th of c
toher, 1866. W. B. DEGGS,
•epa-tOW, Sergeant, A
PRIVATE SAIEB. j
\ REMEDY FOR"HIGHItFNTH.
577 BVTIDING LOTS FOR SALE
WHO WILL BUILD TnE tOMt HOUSE IN
The undersigned, havini; purchased the SHAW FARM
near the north end of Church street, aud laid the same
off into streets, and squares and loin, offers Ihe same f.r
sale, in stjuares, us follows:
1 squares, 7 Acres, making 112 building lots.
6 squares, 8 Acres, miking 1.10 building lots.
0 squares, 9 Acres, making 160 building lots.
10 squares, 12 Acres,making 179 building lots.
No less portion than one of tlie aliove divisions of 4, 0
0 or 10 squares, will be sold ut one time, and it is prefer
red to sell the whole 25 squares to one party.
This land is only 701 feet from tho pavement on
Church street, and is well suited for buildings, and offers
nu opportunity for investmc hat will novor occur
again in this vicinity, it bciug the most suitable site,
and, in fact, tho ouly avail,il.ln one, for I now town, or a
city extension in the virility of Norfolk; and if every
lot bad a house on it, they could all be rented iinmod!
Plats of the land will bo sent to applicants and exhib
ited at No. 22 Wide -Water street.
If not sold, will i,e withdrawn from market, iv this
form, aftei thirty days. DAVID DEY.
*»» Chicago "Times" copy twice a week two weeke ,
tad Mad bill to « Norfolk Post." scplS—tr
yALUABLE TIMBE ULANDB
FARMS FOR SALK.
WI offer for salo the following vnlniibl.) fart™:
Ist. A Farm of 189 acrea, t miles from Norfolk
2d. A Farm of 4.'iil acres, 111 miles from Norfolk,
.id. A Farm of II acres, iv Naiiseumnd county,
MB. A Farm ..I'KO acres, II miles fr.iin Norfolk
6th. A Farm oi 1000 acres, St miles from Norfolk,
bill. Tract »f Wood Und, M 0 acrea, 20 miles from l
"tli. Two Fauns of 110 and 80 acres, 16 miles from
Mb. One Farm of X acres, 14 miles from Norfolk.
nth. One rang of o; urea, 3..; miles from Norfolk.
10th. On- Kami of UO acres, K. miles from Norfolk.
lltb. On . Tract of Lund (hall cleared), of 70 acres. S
Biles Iroui Norfolk
lllth. One Farm of 120 acres, 8 miles from Norfolk.
lath, A Farm of 1,200 Ai res, 14 miles from city,
1 111.. A Farm of UH Acres, 8 miles from city.
16th. A I'ari.i of otsJ Acrea, 88 miles from city.
16th. A Tract or Wood Laud, awl Acres, ye miles from ,
17th. A Tra.l of Wood, 400 Acres, 10 miles n-,.,,, , jty, I
18th. A Farm of 717 Acres, 14 miles from city,
10th. A Farm of 300 Acres, IS mil, , from city.
80th. A Farm of 472 Acres, 17 mile- from city,
21st. A Tract of Wood Land, llsj Acres, 0 miles from
83d. A Farm of 1,1112 Acres, il miles from city.
2:.!. A Farm of 160 Acres, 24milts Iron ( uy.
84th. A Farm of 8,800 Acres, li) miles from city
86th, A farm of 000 Aires, It miles from Norfolk.
80th, A Farm or 82 Acres, 10 miles from "
37th. A Farm of 120 Acres, 8 miles from «
38th, A valuable Ta.ei'u Stand, 21) " H
—•■it'- A Farm of So Acres, 12 miles tram «
Doth. A Farm of 474 Acres, 30 miles from »•
Slst, A Farm ot 4U Acrea, to miles from
KM. A Faita of SO)) Acres, 00 miles from
ii,!.l. A Farm of 1,120 Acrea,6omllsa from '•
34th. A Faun of 700 Acres, 55 miles from
B6lh. A Farm of 760 Acres, 06 miles from "
88th. A four-story Brick House, on .Main street
nth. Two Frame Booses, on Church street.
88th, Two vn.aiit Lo!-. on Churcb street.
•'Hub. Four Lois, on Newlou stivi !. I
40th. Three valuable Lota, on Mall street i
Nearly all o! the aloy.j Land Is on or near water, ami
the large tracts are heavily fliubervd, A ilescription of
inch will bafuT-lahed en application to .he aaderehroed,
We giie special aft l.iion to the purchase nud saleof
Real E'jiate on Commission.
.'OLOLR. CARTWRIOHT A Co.,
Auction and Commission Merchants.
ant"—tf 22 Wt.le Water struot. Norfolk, Va.
A FAMILY RESIDENCE SITUATED IN A PLEAS\NI
PART OF THE CITY.
Th HOUSE le epactoaa, well arranged, built in modem
style of brick, and i-ovcrcd with slate. It has two large
Pallors, wide Parnate and Dining room. Four Chambers
on theeecond Boor aad four on the third. It's Isolated
from any other building and In a good neighborhood.
There is a Brick kitchen, large Cistern, Garden and Stable
on the premises.
To one wanting a comfortable and desirable Dwelling,
a to* opportunily is presented of being supplied. Terms
Also, toi' snle, a tract of LAND in Nansemoud county,
ilea, 11.0 river Bad the Railroad, ailapted to trucking or
nag I— Stwt'r
If OR BALE OR. CHARTER.
A LIGHT DRAFT SIDE IVIIUL STEAMER. Of eighty
to-s Inirtlieii, suitable lor Freiiilit or Passengers—well
fitted .Hid In perfect or.br. Also, FOUR LIGHTERS,
.le. ked over, drawing thirty inches wntcr, with FIFTY
CORDS Of WOOD—built 111 the mont substantial manner
—aipressiyfbr ligluering wood.
Apply to, or address,
Messrs. DUDLEY BEAN 4 CO.,
iiiiglO—tr No. 14 Roanoke Square.
IXIRBALE CHEAP—A decked"barge
carries 2500 bushels ol grain. Apply to
jy 25—2 m* .. Portsmouth, Va.
r«REAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION,
2 5 0~70 0 0
Watches, Chains, Diamond Rini/s, Sin.,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
ALL TO BE SOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH,
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE.
.Vo7' TO BE PAID FOR VXTIL YOV KNOW
WHAT YOU ARE TO RECEIVE:
"This is one of the largest linns Iv the City or New-
York, nud are doing a very extensive business, and have
ou band the largest stock that can be round in that city."'
Oceana Times, Pent Water, Michigan, October 21st, Is.;*.
" They are large dealers, and their stock is manufac
tured In the best style, and or pure material*-"—Ttlc
ffraph, SatiL-erties. New York, October 21st, 1804.
SI'LF.NIHD LIST OF ARTICLES, ALL TO HE SOLD <
FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH.
380 Ol uts' Gold Iluming-Ciise Matches "50 to flO '
200 Ladies' liuU Enameled case Watches 86 to 70
.-.(.it) Gents Hunting-Case Silver Watches 35 to 70
500 Diamond Rings JO to 100
3,000 Oobl Vest and Nick Chains 15 to 110
3jooo Gold Oval Band Bracelets 4 to S
3,000 Chased Gobi Bracelets 5 to 18
3.000 Chsiellue Chains lad Guard Chans 4 to 20
T.ooii loHtafre and Gold Brooches 4 to 10
6.1 "i Coral. Opal and Blimiahl Brooches 4 to 6
6,000 Mosaic, Jet Lava and Flourintine
Bei Drops 4 to 8 i
7..'.n0 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear Drops 4 ,„ 6
4.1-". Ci'.'ifoinia Diiimond Breastpins iy~ to 10
3,000 Gold Fob and Vent Watch-Keys 2. to 8
1' Hi roh and V,.| BibbOn Slides 3' to 10
6,000 -. ts Solitaire Sleeve Bnltoiis, Studs,
Ac 3 to I
8,000 Gold Thimbles, pencils. Ac 4 to 7
10,000 Miniature Lockets- .1 to 8
8,000 G.-.ld Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac 2 to 8
5,000 Plain 1i.,1,1 Rir.rs 4 to 10
5,000 chased Gold !...._ • 4 to 10
10,000 Stone aad s-. m I Rings 2}. to 10
10,000 California Diamond BTap 2 t" lo
7,500 lets Laill.-' Jewelry—let and Gold 5 lo 16
6,000 -'t- Ladli -'.le'.verry—Cameo.P.ail,
Jic 4 to 15 I
10,000 Gold P ie, SUrer Kxtaaaloa Hold.
.is an.l Pencils 5 to 10
10,000 Silver Castors, Silver Goblets and
Drinking Cups 15 t o 60
2.000 Silver Fruit and Cake Backets. 20 to 60
Oartlacatai naming eneh article nnd its value, are
pi iced in sealed envelopes and well mixed. One of these
envelopes will be sent by mail to any address on receipt
of twenty-nji" cents.
ALL ARTICLES SOLD AT f'XE DOLLAR EACH.
WITHOUTRSGARM TO VaLCE.
On receipt of tie' eartißflato, ton will -.->■ what you are j
to have, and then it Is nt your option to r.end the dollar
and take the article oruol. Purchasers may thtii, obtain 1
a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring, or any set of Jewelry on .
W li-r for one dollar, and in no case can they get less '
than one dollar's worth, as there are no blanks. The
price of certificates ar« as follo-.vs: One for 25 cents;
five tor *1: eleven Oaf ?2; thiity lor 15: si.\ty for ?10;
one hundred for $15.
Agentfl will be allowed ten cents on every certificate
ordered by them, provided their remittance amounts to
ono dollar. Agents will Collect 25 cents for every c rtifl
cato Hint remit 15 cents to us. either in cash or postage
stamps. T. DANIELS A CO.,
No. 12 Bible House,
scplS—Ot N"w York City.
T% H. ALL E S & CO.,
189 & 191 Water Street,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMTES TS,
AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS,
Small Tools for the Form and Garden, nick ax Spades
Sliovcls, Hots, Forks, Rakes, Ac, and for Grass
Hooks, Scythes. S:ythe.Stone*, and Agricul
tural Hardware in general.
We offer, also, a large assortment, of our own manufac
ture of Hay Cutters, Coffee nnd Grain Mills, Sugar Mills
for Grocers' use. Store Trucks of various patterns, Road
Scrapers, Wheelbarrows, Ac.
FertlUeetl ol all kinds, such as Coe's Superphosphate of
Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian Guano and Poudrette,
Every valuable American and Foreign variety of Vege
table. Flower and Grass Se-d and Field Grain that haa
proved worthy of cultivation, grown and selected ax
preshlv for our trade.
■ate. made in bulk, per pound or bnehel, or In email
packets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand.
I a u,2.-Oai2aw j
By Shaw & Hobertu, f\
AKltuaaaaj sun Coaaiesiox MtacussTS, Coaxrn .1
IlOAXesr Scc-«i ACS Win«-\VAt.a SntEIT, S
invite attention ■
to the following PROPERTY, placed in their
hsn.ls ror sale: *
On a Crock, leading from Eastern Branch of M-_hat.
river, four and s lmlf nilles from Norfolk,
EIGHTY ACRE S; '
FINE IMPROVEMENTS UPON IT. ''
On a Creek leading from Eastern Bran'lt of Elizabeth
O.VA' HTXDRED AXI> XIXETY-SIX ACRES.
Three and a half miles from Nor".!!;.
TWO BRICK HOUSES UPON IT.
Kami at Kenipsville, nine miles from Norfolk,
FIVE UI'SDRED AXD THIRTY ACRES;
OROWINO CROP, BTOCK, FARMIh'O UTENSILS,
Ac, Ac., Ac, Ac.
Farm two miles troni Norfolk, on Uiubeil's Fatal
EIGHTY A ORES.
Farm—ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY SIX ACRES— ''•
011 Nansemond river, two inilot from ChucKatuiK, six .-1
fiom SuffolK, fifteen by water and eight by land from
.huncs river (Cherry Orove Landing!.
i No. «, 0
I Farm at (Ireat Bridge, ten miles fiom Noifolit,
ONE UVXDRED ACRES;
WITH FINE BUILDINUS UPON IT.
J NO. 7.
Farm on Paradise Cree*. one mile from tho Elisabeth
1 iver nnd two miles from NorfolK, coutiiiuing
OXE HCXDEED AXD FORTY ACRES;
000 D BUILDINGS UPON IT. _
Farm—ONE THOUSAND ACRES—twenty miles from
NorfolK, ou BlacK Water river, Princess Anne county.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND CORDS OF WOOD can bo cut
, from ii—a STEAM MILL Is on this Farm—CLEARED
LAND enough to pioduco from FIVE HUNDRED to
SEVEN HUNDRED BARRELS OF CORN
Timbered Land-SIXTY-FIVE ACRES—one an.l a half !
miles from the city, on Princess Anno Road, thicKly set
PINE, OAK AND HICKORY.
! TWO HUNDRED AND SIX ACRES, six miles from
Norfolk and ..no mile from Tanner's Creea, where there
is a good I.ANDINO.
ORIGIXAL GROWTH OF riXE, OAK & Gl'M.
NINETY-FOUR ACRES—Open Laud—neve, been tin
der Cultivation, nine miles from Nornd., on road to I
laawalTa Point. r
No. 12. j,
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY ACRES Timbered
Land, six miles from Norfola, on a Creea leading from
the Es«tr,rn Branch of Elizabeth river.
IIROWTII OF 30 OR 40 YEARS STANDING. \
No. 1.1. 1
THREE THOUSAND ACHES Timb»red Land—PlNE, J
Of HUM and POrLAR--on» and a half inline from
l)i 1 p CreeK and eight miles, by water, from Notfolt. <
ONE HUNDRED ACRES limbered Land, one and s
half to two miles frcm water and twelve niiles from
FIFTY CORDS OF WOOD CAN BE CUT TO THE ACRE.
SEVENTY-THREE ACRES Timbered Land, two milra
from N,,t 1011,
IHlCli GROWTH OF PINE.
Several fine and well loeatsd
!to which we would call particular attention.
I SHAW & ROBERTS,
I scp26—U Auction and Commhuion Merchanta. I
/7 o V I'Vli NME N T sKI EOF
I f PUBLIC STOCK AT • FORT MONROE. VIR- -
Ol ?IA OCTOBER B, 169a.—Will be sold, at Publfr"
g [tCamp Hamilton. VtvyIHiWfoaSIaBRSDAY.OCTO-
Bl B S 1989, at 10 o'clocs a v.
100 HORSES and 100 MULLS (moreor leea).
Thaabon anlmaleare sold for want of use Iv the 0..
M Department, the Malta Mafia fir,'-rate condition.
. truis cash—in Government tunda.
Via importation will bo furnished from MM in Gov
en iii-iit boat,
By order of Chief C'mrterniaster, _•
s p-9-Ct Bl<,T '' Coi. AA.Q. M.
By SUaw & Koberts.
Coam RoiHOBE Sr-'lK= *■»*> WIDK-WITIB STBUt.
W. R. KOBERTS ACCTlo.viin.
"WILL BE SOLD, AT PUBLIC
*V AUCTION, FRIDAY NEXT, SEPEMBER 29, at
10' . o'clocx a.m., la iota to >uM purchasers, on the
premises, the entire stock of
In store No. 42 East Main street (KiuiberleyeNow Blocal
I New and Heavy Frsbch Plated SHOW-CASES.
SHAW £ RDBERT3,
. p29— 4t An- i.oncers.
"VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY
1 A T A I .' , I O N .
v ill be sd.l, WEDNESDAY. Oi TOBJUt 4, ISC-, oa the
pn mlesi,at 12 o'clocx, M, that valaakt* property own
(Fo!tMERI.V IHE UNION.)
Tho HOUSE contains THIRTY BED ■ UAMBIRS,
A lot of
.: 11 "■ 1.. .I to Mol House, consisting "f
IVASHSTANDfI, ~ ,r
. •■•*" Ac, Ac.
The lloiifie is situated on Union street, has a Four-feet
LINE opening on Wi !e-\VAt.?r btreet, afid Is well adapted
BWa FIRST CLASS HOTEL
Terms madsKaown on day of sale.
SHAW A ROBERTS,
By ioi;»r. Ccvrlwright * Co . Auctioneers.
"Valuable tract of wood-
V LAND FOR SALE AT AUCTION —A RARE
CHANGS Foil A I'lHll'l \K -1,694 ACRES OF THE
111.-T TIMIIEKEI)"LANDS IN Tiil. COUNTRY.—WiII
h -.1 I. at Auction, to the highest bidder, In hunt of our
Store, on THUJU-DAY, OCTOBIB 9,1999, at 12 a., a
THACT OF WOODLAND,
10 v- lil., viilag.j r,f riei p Cle. k. in Korfblg ...unty, con
taining l.ilnl A. 1■ -. r.ii of which are cleared and under
U nee, nnd iv s high utate of cultiY.tii.it, and.the balance
in tba Roost 'liio' ■ rod Land iv this *c. tlon of country.
This Lm I i altuated Immediately ou the Dismal
su.in.il canal, aad only oiie-iouit!. of a mile from Deep
Cteoa, an.l ousts the greatest advantages to purchasorsof
any tract iv this put of the country. Plata of this Land
can be seen at our offioa. Twins a. Kale.
FOLOKB, i:\Rc\SliU.llT A CO.,
Aji< Hun and i umml in Merchants,
leSSIT—9I T*tto 22 \Velo-W r street, Norfolk.
liy Leigh «t Phelps, Ko. 0 Koauoko Bqaaro-'
C. R. PBJCLPB, Ai.CiTONF.ER.
Valuable farms and fish
ery IN PIUNCKU ANN COUNTY, ON
TUB CHESAPEAKE BAT, AN AUCTION—By order
of the executors of Hon. Frauds Mall"!., w.j will sell at
Auction, in front of our Store, on S.lTI.'itDA V morning
tlieltiiili S.p'.■!.]!. r, thai v- ■ valuable Firm In Princess
I Anna t.'ouniy on Little Cr--. ... n. lull view of the Cbesa
peaks Bay, and only 1 Bill 1 from Norfolk. This Farm
contains 709 aerss, about I .' ot which is cleared and in a
; ,ir-lateof .-uitivalion "be rem. Inder Is h-avtly tlm
liered. Tberois on the piacea young orchard ot choice
Peach Trees. Tlie Improvements consist of a largedwel
llng-honH in good repair, together with ml necessary
AUK), another Farm adjoining the «iove, containing
2')J acres, the mo-tot wni'.h is cleared. Oa this pl.-vco Is
an orchard of 4,000 Apple and Peach Trees. The lm
lurutaeaenta araaood. Che lattd le particularly adapted
t.. Trucking. There la about 409 acrea oi Beach Uodoa
.lis Chesapeake bay, one of the most VALUABLE
FISHERIES In thi- section of cottutry, which will be
- 1.1 v.iili the above Trssta, Ptali ol this land can be
-.ii at our store. Term- of lalei Ono-iiiif.l eaah, and the
balance of purchase tin Bey a 're.lit of DBS tod two yeara
will be given. Sale to UL ■ place at IS o'clock M.
LEIGH ii PHELPS,
si i>23 —7t Auctioneers .
By F I. i'o. _us.li;, Auctioneer.
-\T ALUAIALE LEVELLING HOUSE
1 will sell on Saturday next, Sdth lnsla-.it. at 12 o'clock
M. in front of my Ain't on Hoc-e, tho very deeiraolo
HOUSE AND LOT,
on Caproii's Lnnr, rif i»!.v opposite th* diatom llotiM.
T«W lot l« aboiit ISO 1 t iitiji, .Ti..J tli-; hmam hm fif»
I ri.f.'."is. livo liijif-Jjca Lam. louus nj;<i good liuscmcut.
Tho Vflcant Lot i>i ilih i\mi ut' tho atoT«, extending to
th«t I"OIlt'!Tll]l!rtt'-'l CaaaaUe
T<-rnie inuMv' known nl r»!-.
r. V. ITHOUSON,
7'l OV E 11 N II E~X T SAL E.
1 shall sell, for eaah, to 111., highest bidder, at Publio
Auction, en TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, at 10n'cloca, i. a,
the billowing property, at the Nash bhip-Yard, Norfola,
1 Stationary 9TBAM LMIINK. U-BaYN Power, 19
in li Sir .X", ..nl iv good order.
A SHKn, aaaaaMnf i 2 Tin) last of lumber.
By order Col. IVM. L. .JAMES,
Chief li. M. Heparin.' nt Va.
Nit Low. ,fr.. Oaptaln * A. <|. M. iepJ9 119
\TE\V BOTTLING ESTAIJLISH-
Xi .ML-N'f— Tli" andsralgnsdjaenei tfully informs the
k.-*ja 1 . t Reetaurants, and iho publi" peuerully, that
th-y have sate- 1 ito a 1 0 parmership to carry on the
business of bottllag tho choicest Alee and Porter, at No.
:;s Harki I gqoars, N i.'.-11.. and cornet of Grace and 20th
..lie. is. hi. Intel!''. Virginia. \
Our stock Ii ! 1 with can from first-class Northern
Bretrere, aad from our long sapetieaoa in New York, in
tlie Bottling bnalaess, an- cultd, nt that wo can supply
tli- pablle ate! ihe trade gansraily, viith a better and
cheap.'! article than any other house iv t;.\v_.' We are
i; ; .' tir.st pal il's in vie laisiues-, mill ■„,- are selling from
fifteen to nreniy percent, lower ti.au jobbers, who have
to pay bottlers North a largo profit.
\\« w0.i1.l lay to parties, hsfore purchasing elsewhere,
to give us a c ill, and try a bottle 01 our sparkling bever
U'e would also state that we still continue to manufac
-1 ne ..ii- f.'.r-ranicd Soda, and Sarsaparilla Wntere, to uni
versally apprsciatsd ' y oai sUtow<*ti_s_ta.
lligueti prices paiii f. 1 empty bottlns.
seylS—tf H. CLARK
ORDIXAMC T, CONCERXLS'G PUB
Be ir otrlaineo. That all PuMic tluc»s ,'hsil stand be
tlie weal of the An, -,i v- (Fell, oa the middle of tie Main
street, and all nriveis of such Backaanallat no tims to
distant more than five feet from tii-ir vehicles
Every trablio i.i.n, lir-.y, or 'Vagon, lor hire, shall be
rni'.i.-d wtth thatoitialen theowaert name, the num
ber of the license, i.n.i the letter H, lor hlra. and tvery
Private Cart, Dray, or Wagoa, lhall be ...uked as a'nova,
harll :tli.: i.-i P,for priv.ie, which shall be painted
wliite on a lilack cr- ui'i. ■ n -'Uißcatispicucus part on the
side of the Hack, Dray, or v\ • 50a,
Th it the driver or osracroi hay nah ilr.ck, or vehicle,
viola-Ting any of ill- -"ctinus ot this Ordiuauce, shall ha.
CUTatld be liable to a tine of tin b'ilais lor every o£
fat' c. oa*4>alf wploh ihalt go aa-hostaforaMr.
Tlie above Ordinance v ill h" rtgbtty enforced from this
.late. ' -
K. B. LEE,
«epl3—lm Strict Inspector.
M o t 1 <: e_.
TO WHOM II MAY OSCER.V.
MASSEY, COLLINS k O . - PHILADELPHIA
CUE A .V ALE.
Ll'Nl.'-." t ALI-A.NY
C R E A :i A L E .
FOR SALE AT-C8 60-CASH.
>:. A tHOMPSOR a CO.,
.V... 20, Corner Wlde-WatST aad 11-auoke Street.
aug'2—lm Norfolk, Va. .
/To PARTNERSHIP NOTICE
.Ye. the nudsraignad bars entered Into a Copartnership
inder the lira, andstyieof
W. H. TURNER & CO.,
FOR Ilii ti:,?o*i or COXBCCTISO 1
■»i> BAv_ tAXi»? ras
inox rr.oyr WAREHOUSE,
No. Ut. VT«et Side Holiest S.,uare, Noriofk, Va,
I'.im'-rly ocaatdes] i y Ileiraau A Co.
W. 11. TIT.NER,
forrcerlv of lit rman A Co.
IIIOS. BOTIIM .RE,
W. V. MAttROW, Jr.,
lung.?.—lm formerly of lb yuan A Co.
TTYbalesTndia baooinu, for
l\_f sale low to close consignment.
• J. M. RENSHAW,
I Bella Wharf,