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Business Cards.
37% i
' /;>S^/?WE/'A’ O FESSIONAI.
. citizens of Norfolk. Ho may
o Dispens^y* next to the Far
r at the residence of .Jno. U.
< oc 3—lv
V & JlOORE,
weeks, & cojrjrrs
NMl F CHANTS,
v Norfolk, Va,
s day—T UESDAYS &
.•rl advancements made on all
is.oc 3
vS W. UPSIIUR,
MISjilOA’EJi OF DEEDS, rfc.,
i THE STATE OF A ORTH
CAROLINA.
o. 5 Wide Water street, Norfolk,
oc 3
SMITH, -v
Jij h Eif.
. 17 Bank Street, Norfolk, Va.
■ las alway90n hand fresh Loaf Bread of
uperior quality. Also, Butter, Sugar, Soda
ind Water Crackers, M.dasses and Sugar
’•akesr, Pilot and Navy Bx«nd, wholesale and
ctn.il. Fancy Cukes and . Pies, always fresh.
Families wishing to be served with Bread,
fee., will please leave their orders at the
tore, corner of /llank and William streets,
aid they will be punctually attended to.
oe 3—1
r
OHNSON,
, COMMISSION
AND GENERAL
IKNT,
trcet, Portsmouth, VTa.
R SMITH Ac .SON,
’US AND CO MAUS
ER CHANTS,
.igh street, Portsmouth,
*s chi}-—Wednesday and
as,
V ENGLISH & AELtr
DWARE, NO. 50,
// STREET,
PortxmoutK I'd.
id is receiving vveeklv,
ription4 usually kept in
hardware Establishluent.
- chased from the Manofac
lowest cash price, which
- Fell at very low rates. Those
it o .ay article in his line will do Well
reliihi a cal]..
IK JIortoH if* Ajnold* celebrated, Ship
i4 always on hand, and at Factory prices.
'C3 ‘
W- UPSHUR,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
taking Depositions. Acknowl
c., writes Deeds, Wilts, Powers
Agreements, &<., Ac.
ro. 5 Wide Water street,
y_;_j_
\tos & C O.
• IO.V il Eli VHA .JTS,
UAliS OF AU| KI.1 l)S.
, Ilay, &c.
side’s Whf, Norfolk Va.
fe STONE,
J A ND GENERAL
OX MERCHANTS
IROKEKSAc.
MPIIELL’i, Wll^iHF.
f J. T. DANIELS.
GAN <fc CO.,
'HAN'T TAILORS,
No. 1 OxioltD Hall,
hand a large Stack of
and Vestings. Also, an
Gentlemen's Furnishing
I’d and made to order in ;
improved st;. le.- . t i\*ason
. will b • t-Tf ,:1' r'l in all
avy work done .it short
•ior manner, and strictly
the late regulation.
T H. BUCK,
• No. 103 (b 105 Church street, Norfolk,
er in Porter, Ale, Cider, and Superior
. Fine Draft Ale always on
VN <fc BOLES,
'TEH, and MlNEllAL
WA TEll
6 ESTABLISHMENT,
under the Ocean House,
keeps constantly on hand
^ V -MS Jc POUT Kit,put up in j
n an u r»-\p irilhi SimU Waters,
to the Country without
- '’iis, and families can be
"••'.ice in qualities to suit.
y folicited. Persons living
uut*y caube furnished dai
i
FA,
TEL
SEE
a. mjr.isoey,
■:it JX .1 ' L KtXVS OF
FA Ml h Y UROCKHIES.
'f Fresh Teas, Sugars, Wines,
■ i, English I'icklcR, I'roauvr
lAlc, an. 1 every other ar
tor lit,tela, family or Ship
•aling with lae are assured that
nothing but a fresh and pure
I High street, Portsmouth.
* 'Wholesale
~tati dealer m sEf.ecTKD
!iROUEUIES, AX’D lyi’OJt
FliVFj RRAXDIF.S . V[[y ES
, JSXOUSH a a i; ”•:<?Am
FWhi.es, i. ox u ox for rni ,v»
SCOTCH Ale, No. 44, High v.t£
month Va. * •» 1 1,rt3
Ken pa constantly on hand art ortment
of every article, both foreign and domestic
bel<v...tttpv to his line of business
ran n to be in style and quni inferior
'*? c i" 1 ho United States, h; v
*’ ' principally for Cash, he is ,]ey to
;> ' •» ,«ny engaged in the j.,,,,
Orders yt any dimensions packed in w.,d
required at the shortest possible in,the "nd
,cl«tfd to him by better, will be
teri with the same regard to your inter
thou^jjuu ucre psrsoually present.
. V
ROSES.
Harold on a summer day,
(rave me roses for mv hair—
Hoses red, and roses white.
As if pale with love's despair.
White ones for my brow, he saidj
Red to blush beside my cheek;
And a bud t > whisper me
Something that lie could not speak.
All, that summer day is o’er,
And its brightness''comes not back;
Harold's roses something held,
Other roses seemed tJ lack.
Blossoms bloom along my path,
Red and white as those were then.
Rut ihe the vows that Harold spoke
I can never hear again.
[By Louina Chandler Moulton.
Waves of Song.
A cataract from the clilfs descending.
It comes with thunder’s mighty force,
Rude mountain-wrecks its rush attending,
And oaks uprooted track its course.
Entranced in soft voluptuous dread.
The traveller hears, in silence heeding;
He hears the roaring flood o’er head,
Vet knows not whence the sound proceed
ing.
So stream the waves of song, out-pouring
Through the fountain, hid from man's ex
piring.
[From the German of Schiller.
Smiles.
As a beam o’er the face of the water may
glow,
While the tide runs in darkness and cold
ness below,
So the cheek may be ting’d with a warm sun
ny smile,
Tho’ the cold heart to ruin runs darkly the
while.
[ T. Moore.
The Skeleton Friend.
Tjie traveller who proceeds directly
from Paris to Antwerp, cannot help re
markingtlie vast difference in every feature
of the two cities. Instead of the numerous
and brilliant palaces which abound in the
French metropolis, you sec at Antwerp
the quaint and venerable old mansions
which have perhaps been occupied by an
of whom the present dwellers have never
cestors heard. As great a difference is seen
in the inhabitants. Staid and profound
looking burghers take the place of gay Par
isians,and while the latter are engaged in
promenading the streets of their city, the
former are seated before their doors emit
ing huge clouds of smoke drawn from capa
cious pipes, and engaged in cogitations
best known to themselves. And although
a lifetime might he spent in Paris without
a person’s seeing all the attractions which
it offers, the very quaintness and mystery
presiding over the good old city of Ant
werp had more interest for me. Day af
ter day found me strolling in various parts
of it, and becoming more and more inter
ested with the different phases of charac
ter which 1 chanced to see.
Upon one occasion, I was standing at
the meeting of two streets and observing
the difference in the manner and dress of
those who passed. Being much interested
in my occupation, it was some time before
I was aware that a hand had been laid
upon mj' shoulder, and that its owner was
endeavoring to attract my attention to
himself. When at Just I turned around,
I saw a person whom I judged to be a
student—tall and spare in body, and much
emaciated in appearance. His eyes were
of that kind which seem to pierce like ar
rows; they were so in a remarkable degree,
but they possessed a kind of wandering
and dreamy expression, which ever and
anon changed to a kind of iierconcss and
suggested the thought of insanity. But
his glance towards mo was one of affec
tion and interest, and at the same time
one of fascination. He spoke with no apol
ogy for what might be deemed an intru
sion, but said;
‘ Are you a stranger in uns cuy:
“I am,” I replied; “although I have so
journed hero so long that it seems much
like home.”
“Have you made any acquaintances
during your stay?”
“Xoi-.c beyond the people who dwell
in the same house with me, and I rarely
see them.”
“That being the case, T can readily sup
pose that you wish for a friendship with
somebody, 'i ou are not a misanthrope?"
I smiled at the earnest manner in which
the question was propounded, and answe
red in the negative.
“I needed not to have asked the ques
tion, for your countenance is proof posi
tive that you are not. 1 thought for a
mhment that I had discovered ii kindred
spirt; hut perhaps it is as well lor me’and
certainly better for you as it is. IS'ow
can you put trust enough in a stranger,
like me. to come to a place which 1 shall
name, and meet me this evening ? I tell
you frankly that I, being a man-hater,
would not do it; hut with you, the case is
different. Will you come V”
The frankness of his speech disarmed
any suspicion which Pm ay have enter
tained, and without any reflection I gave
him my promise.
“That is well,” said lie ; and placing a
cord in my hand, he walked away with a
hasty and nervous step, stopping at the
street-corner to nod to me, and then dis
appeared, leaving me to reflect upon the
adventure which this meeting promised.
Although I walked much more than
usual that day, my mind was not hent as
usual upon seeing and hearing every thing
neve. The recollection of the strange in
terview which I had held with this un
known kept occurring to me, and the re
icollcction of his strange and ghastly ap
pearance haunted me like an ill-omened
dream, In my unusual absence of mind,
I had forgotten to read what was written
upon the card which I still held in my
hand. I looked at it and read “(instave
Licmann, opposite the old cathedral."—
The. name was unfamiliar to me, and af
forded no clue to any certainty. An un
deflnablc idea had taken possession of me
that this Licmann was in some way con
nected with my destiny. It did not seem
like the offspring of a speculating lirain,
but a true presentiment—-vague and un
certain, but coming with such force that
I doubted not for an instant that iris be
ing was to effect mine in some way yet to
he disclosed.
The history of my life seemed to con
firm this belief. My native village was
Cannes, in France. Of my parents, I had
not the slightest recollection, for they
were carried off by a prevailing epidemic
when 1 was but two years of age. I was
then adopted by an iinkle, the richest per
son in the vicinity, who had conceived a
strong attachment for me, and who, I re
member it distinctly, often told mo that I
should bo his heir. His affection for me
increased as I advanced in ago, and I be
ing the only person upon the earth for
whom ho had any great regard, I soon
came to a proper knowledge of his kind
ness. Ilis domains were vast in extent,
stretching over many leagues of forest
and meadow, besides which it was com
monly reported that his wealth in solid
coin was great. My education was care
fully attended to, and everything was
done for mo by him. He bad but one re
lation beside myself; lie was also his
nephew, and my cousin, although I had
never seen him. My uncle said very lit
tle concerning him, but I well knew that
for some crime he was banished from the
house, and that lie was often supplied
with money by my benefactor. He was
spoken of as about ten years older than
myself, and possessing an evil disposi
tion.
Very pleasant were the eighteen years
that I lived with my uncle at his country
seat in Cannes, seeing little of the world
and caring less. For what had I to gain
by wandering, while such content was
mine beneath his roof-true ? My highest
desire was to stay with him and be the
comfort of his declining years; but this
was denied. One pleasant spring morn
ing, he was found dead in his bed. His
appearance was awful, for his features
were contracted with an expression of
agony, and a white froth had issued from
his mouth. I know instantly that he had
been poisoned, and though shocked be
yond measure, I sot earnestly to work to
find the assassin. But it was in vain ;
not the least trace could ho discovered.—
True, the servant had heard unusual
noises the night before in his room, and I
myself had heard a horse galloping away
down the road at midnight, hut the rest
was all conjecture. My suspicions rested
on the unknown cousin, but it was only
suspicion, unsupported by proof.
I performed the last offices of love to
my uncle, and many were the friends
from all quarters that gathered about
was his last homo on earth, for ho widely
known and loved. His mysterious fate
was the sub ject of general horror and sur
prise; hut, as 1 have said, no traces of his
murderer were discovered. His body had
laid in the tomb several days before I
thought of looking for a will. I had nev
er mentioned the subject to him, but I
bad no doubt that he had made bis last
will in favor of me; indeed, I had no sus
picion otherwise after he had said so many
times that I should be his heir. What
was then my surprize, upon looking over
his private papers, to find no such instru
ment whatever! My astonishment was
increased, as I looked further, for I found
that the lock to a certain drawer had been
forcibly burst off, and its contents wore
scattered about in confusion.
My thoughts instinctively wandered
hack to that fatal night when this noise
had been heard in ray uncle’s room, suc
ceeded by the galloping away of a horse.
Then I saw the whole, the villian
nephew in the dead of night had entered
the house,killed its owner, stolen his will,
and made his escape. The magnitude of
the discovery overwhelmed me. That
this unknown cousin had formed a plot to
wrest from me the wealth which was
rightfully mine, 1 had no doubt; hut I
could not see how it was to be done,unless
by a forged will, and if any such scheme
should lie started, I resolved to do my ut
most to frustrate it. Jlut my doubts were
all solved in a few days after, for a notary
called upon me and displayed a document
headed, “The last will and testament of
Jaques Delcroix, made April 21st, 182-,”
in which all his property, both boded
and personal, was bequeathed
nephew, Wilhelm Strauss. i
1 know.that this will was no !'■ ■> •. 1 I
could have sworn to the signature of ’
uncle which was attached to it. Be-i
which, were the au togwfplm of several
witnesses, whom I knew to be persons of]
honor, all of whom were still living, and
it was executed ono year before I was
adopted by my uncle. I now saw every
thing clearly. My cousin (how I hated
tho name!) had discorered the existence
of a subsequent will made in my favor,
and had taken a favorable opportunity to
steal it. Tho notary informed mo that
he was vested with full power to take
pqssesion oi the domain immediately, and
that the owner intended to enter into pos
session in person in about a week. I de
termined never to look upon his hateful
face, aud if 1 could not visit him with the
punishment lie so richly deserved,! would
at least disappoint him in the pleasure
which lie doubtless anticipated in turning
me from the roof which was so dear to me.
1 bade a hasty adieu to the many old
haunts, and taking my little property
with mo, I departed from my native Can
nes for Paris.
[oonci.vtikd in oi:r nent.]
Watchos, Jewelry, &c.
GSk GOLD watches, rat
fihs'ik JEW ELK Y, #«.
NV e take this occasion to inform our friends
and all those in search of a superior time
keeper—that we hare now in store one of
the best assortments of
GOLD WATCHES
ever before o tiered bv.us, consisting of
PLAIN AN D FELL JEWELLED COLD
HUNTING LEVERS,
Do do do do Single Case do.
Do do do do and Enamel
Hunting Ladies* do.
Do do do Silver Hunting and
Single Case Levers,
Gold and Silver Hunting and Single Case
Cylinder Watches,
Do ‘Hunting, heal T. F. Cooper Duplex
Watches,
Also, Ladies Fine Enamel and Diamond Set
Watches,
Now and splendid assortment of fixe Gold
Fruit Frosted Ear Rings and Pins,
Chatelaine Chain Guards, "Fob and Vest
Chains,
Gold, Steel and Silver Spectacles,
Gold Thimbles and Finger Seals,
Seals, Keys, Medal ions and Charms,
Gold, Silver and Pearl Card Cases,
Ship Chronometers for sale and on hire,
Gold and Shell Eye Glasses,
Gold and Silver Pencils with pen*:, something
new and good,
Plated Cake, Fruit and Card Baskets,
Plated Castors, Spoons, Forks, Asparagus
Tongs,
Crumb, Fish and Pic Knives, Silver Tea Sets,
Forks, Spoons, Cups, Goblets, Cream and Su
gar Pots, Ladles, &c.,
With an unusual stock of every varictvof
fancy and desirable goods. All of which will
be sold cheap for cash,
oc 3 J. M. FREEMAN.
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
JOHN D. BLAND. Corner of High and
Crawford streets, has ju*t roooLvcd » superior
etock of Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, and Fancy goods, which are offered
at low prices.
Watches, Jewelry, and Clocks repaired at
the shortest notice and warranted. Old Sil
ver bought and taken in exchange. oc 3
Clothing1.
NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS,
AT THE NORFOLK HALL OF
FASHIO.Y, NO 18 JIA IN
STREET, NORFOLK,
VA.
Opened this dav a most superb stock of
Spuing andSuMMER Clothing, manufactur
ed of the very best materials and in. the la
test and most fashionable styles. Tlie public
arc resnectlully invited to call and satisfy
themselves that they are the finest and best
assorted sto<Jk of
Ready Made Clothing
ever offered in this city. [ am determined
to sell on the most reasonable terms, and no
pains shall be spared to please all who may
favor me with their patronage.
Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods of
every variety and description, both of qual
ity and price. My stock of Cloths, Cassi
meues and Vestings, are also large and well
selected.
All orders punctually attended to, and sat
isfaction guaranteed in all cases.
X. 11.—A good stock of Bov’s Clothing
always on hand, which I will sell very low.
oc 3_ It. I). CLIFTON.
SUNDRIES.—Just received, French
Zinc, Distemper Colors, Umber, Sienna,
Ac., in oil, Chrome Green of every grade,
American, Chinese and Trieste I’enuilion,
Ground and Low’d Pumsce, Glues of all
grades, Fire Proof Paint, Ac., Ac.
Of all the articles in which we deal, wo
aro heavy holders and we invite an examina
tion of our large and attractive stock.
SANTOS, WALKE ACO.,
No. 3(» Iron Front,
oc 3 West Side Market Square.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!!
AT F. KAHN’S CLOTHING STORE.
No. 10 Main Street.
Look to your own interests and save at
least 15 per cent b\r buying your clothing at
F. A. KAHN’S, he is now selling off the
balance of his Winter Stock at Cost, for
Cash only, and at the following low prices.
xv. 7 to $18 00
liaglins from
Talmas do
Frock Over Coats
Sack do do
Cloaks
Dress do
Pants
Vest
1
18 00
18 00
14 00
15 00
18 00
10 00
10 00
N. li.—All kinds of Gentleman’s furnishing
Goods proportionably low—also, a good lot
of Superior Cloths, Oassimeres and Vestings,
which he will make at reduced prices and
warrant good trimming—make and fit orypd
need not take them. Remember at
F. A. KAHN’S, No. 10 Main Street,
oc 3
JiOUKS STATIOAMil!
AC 0 M P L K T E assortment always on
hand, and will bo sold /s cheap (tor
cash) as they can be bought Jbr at any oth
'»* house in the city
PEK101)1 CALS.
lliti» *« Monthly Magazine, Harper’s
Weekly 1 r. Putnam’s, Godv’s, Graham’s,
i t:’ rsiiij's. Km. '• •■•docker, Mrs. Stephens’
lib: t » >iew *«ud all other Mag
Y l .il'
• 1,1 ,«*
Led,, r.
.iio; . Veu
h'b’r
Ballou ? 1' • '
Newspaper,
Union, Ameri^ai
Citizen. Il*k
True Flag and all others.
true ag SCHOOL BOOK.?.
Of suck kinds as are in general so
the l^est usec,AR1) WRxTiNg
Executed at short notice, in the moi
/Ul style, and upon moderate term
■istrated
ar
-aid,
Age,
at.
/U1 Sly It, 111,11 U1JI “ . j
ders by mad or otherwise,) promptly
ed to. A t'uil supply of wedding sta
including Cards, Envelopes, Note Vat
boauti
tall or
a r teir
constancy on hand,
oc 3 F. II. BCRUOUGlL.
75 Main at. nearly op. National Hotel
Kestairants.
TOWHATAN UO 7SK,
The subscribers have tfenn charge of
this well known establishment with t&e in
tention of conducting it on W most ap
proved plan. The house has aeon put in
complete order, fitted with new furniture.
&c., and every arrangement map. for the
comfort of those who are desirous ok patron
izing a well kept public house.
The BAR will be filled with the t «t of
Liquors,Ac., and MEALS furnished at any
time with every delicacy in season.
The finest Oysters our market affords %\\
be served up in any style desired,at the shoi.
test notice.
oc 3 RITE A A BARNES.
L#I> DOMINION SALOON and
w lie a d i II g - Room - - Coder th e A vicri
enn JIouhc, corner of Ilujh and Cranford
ntrect.fi, Porttmoufhj Va. The most choice
impoiitko liquors can always be had at this
liar. Politeness, for which the proprietor
is proverbial, may always be expected by
his friends and customers who may give him
a call. Newspapers from the South and
North can always be found upon his reading
stand,and every other facility thatcan conduce
to comfort may be expected from the sub
scriber.
TT'XCHANGE SALOON,
cony Eli AVAR; AND 1 VA TER STS.
Saloon and Bvr Room on the 1st Floor.
The Bar will be constantly supplied with the
choicest Wines and Liquors, and attended
to by a gentleman who fully understands the
business.
The Bowling Alievs are as good as any in
the State. J
The Billiard Saloon, when completed, will
have fine Tables, good cues, Ac.
t or recreation and amusement, md wants
of the 'liner man, gentlemen will find the
Exchange a desirable resort.
oc 3 F. M. IRONMONGER. Agent.
oc 3
M. I). EASTWOOD.
Bowling Saloon
Billiard Saloon
“ 2d “
“ 3d “
Coppersmith's Tinware &c.
iVEW STOVE AND TIN STORE.
WHOLESALE AXI) RETAIL.
Constantly on naiid at the Store
No. 7, Eart Wide water st.
A Lakgb ax j iv-.LL Selected Assort
ment OP
STOVES, BR1TTAXJA. JAPAXXED
AND TINWARE,
And jor sal? at price* an loro as they can be
non ifht in the State.
THE StJDSC'AIUHR feels confident
that with strict and constant attention
to business and small profits, lie will be ena
bled to give entire satisfaction to all who may
favor him with a call.
Country merchants are earnestly solicited
to call and examine for themselves before
purchasing elsewhere, as the subscriber is
determined to sell as good an article of Tin
Ware as can be manufactured.
All orders promptly attended to and all
kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron work
done at short notice and on reasonable
terms.
The subscriber is also prepared to furnish
dealers with Stoves at wholesale rates.
♦J. A. WOODWORTH,
No. 7, E. Wide Water st. Iron Front,
oc 3
TJAPER AND ST ATI O N 2 mI Y
± WARE-HOUSE.—V ICKH li Y
& COMPANY, whole sale and retail Book
sellers, Stationers, Book Binders and Blank
Book Manufacturers, No. 19 Main street.
Norfolk, Va., offer to the Citv and Country
Trade a large and well selected stock of
School, Classical, Medical, Law and Miscel
laneous Books, together with a general assort
ment of School and Counting-House Sta
tionery.
Blank Books, such as Ledgers, Journals,
Day Books, &c., always on hand and made to
order.
Cap, Letter, Note, Bill, Envelope, Print t
ing and Wrapping Pager.
English ana American Bibles, of all sizes
and styles of Binding; also Braver and Hymn
Books, suitable for all the different, denomi
nations of Christians. All cf which v ill oc
sold at the very lowest prices.
oc .'5
FALL STYLE 1857.
ran THE TEMPLE OF V-A.BII- rri
Ml ION. / v
No. 7 NA UKK'l'SQUAlif.’j *
Is now in receipt of |< <* most approved
style ofGentlcrncn s SILK PATS.
This Hat embraces a’l £.»•• modern improve
ments in the art of Silk flatting. Your or
ders solicited.
R. II. STEVENS,
Practical Hatter,
No. 7 Market square.
oc 3
CEI*T Si A Li V/ .JiiaF.
Balls A: Constable huve instore ami
for salt*:
tioO fresh patent Lbo,
300.. do W. City do,
2<n) do fresh ^oaenciale foment,
IflO do do Calcined Plaster,
150 do clo Land do,
2 Laics Plastering Hair,
y,0,000 Pawed Lath.;,
5,000 Halt. Pressed Brick,
500,000 ordinary building do,
25,000 4 feet Cypress Pales,
20,000 5 do do do,
20.000 6 inch Cypress Fencing,
25.000 fi do Yellow Pine do,
50,000 feet assorted Scantling,
20,000 do all heart 2x4 Garden Rail,
]“,00() do sap and heart 2x1 do do,
15,000 do Rough V/> inch Flooring,
50,000 do Dressed 1\{ do do,
20,000 do do l do do,
('() beat quality Cedar Posts,
0,000 feet 114 inch heart Stopping,
100,000 best No. 1 heart Shingles,
75.000 do do 2 sap and heart do,
50 bble. Tar, 25 do Pitch.
Together with an assortment of s *asoned
White Pine Cypress Oak, and Ash Lumber,
he 3
A Gilberts Anti-liillioua Pills for fam
• ily use. A large and fresh stock for
sale wholesale and retail by
T. J. CORXICK, A CO.
B
liming Fluid at 76 cunts pur Gal
lon. For sale bv
T. J. CORNICK. & CO.
rtrain Pepper.—160U lbs. of prime
J quality, also Pimento, Mace, Nn tilings,
iind Spices <tc., &c., iu very heavy stock,
for sale by
' 3 SANTOS, WALKE & CO.
oiee Salad Oil.—110 doz. pts
qls., selected from importers in persod
: t for cash and for sale low.
SANTOS, WALKE & CO. I
Hates of Advertising
S|iceiti| Notices.
1 sqtmre, 1 time
1 square, 10 linea or loss, 1 week,
7' v
S 3.00
4.00
10.00
40.00
10.00
1 <i W “ 1 month,
f"r euehacUlitloiral sqr. perwmnm,
iormmoiincing Candidates lor Oi
fice, in advance, 5.00
Mai 1 ifrges and Deaths to he published as iv'WF.
Obituaries. Funeral Notices, &<•., will be
charged as oilier advertisement, and payment
required in advance.
All transient advertisements to bo paid in
advance.
Medical.
HAMi>TON \S T1NcTURE
\\ !U, CURE Ursi'EPSl-A..
Hampton’s Tincture
Hampton's Tincture
Will cure Cough.
Will euro Rheumatism.
Hampton's Tincture
Will cure Nervous Headache.
Hampton’s Tincture
Hampton's Tincture
Hampton’s Tincture
Hampton’s Tincture
Will cure Neuralgia.
Will cure Spinal Disease. _
Will Invigorate.
Will cure low Spirits.
HAMPTON’S TINCTURE
M hcrever used has bee successful in curing
disease after other remedies have failed.
.For DISEASES OF WOMEN ami CI11L
DU EN it. is A GREAT REMEDY, and should
boused in every family.
JUC. WM.IJKjU,
^0.35 South paca stkukt, Baltimore,
Cured o: Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and Ner
vous
„ M& fl) WIN 31. SPJIA KLIX,
No. 27 iJ.KOIs i Kit KTKKKT, BALTIMORE,
Most dreaftvul ease of Scrofula of years'
standing, L>st a number of pieces of
boue,\e-stored to health.
MISS MAR V. x(1 ()FIELD, Teacher,
No. 030 Baltimore st.
Her case after yea.rs\jf muttering has nston
isliud her friends. Let the aillicted
call to see her.
HEREDITARY SCROFULA.
A boy in the family of the lion. W. F
Thomasson, once a member of Congress from
Kentucky, was a mass of sores from head to
foot, ills eyelids turned iaside out, protru
ding over the eyeballs so ;u- tu produce blinds
ness. He was cured by Hampton’s Vegeta- .
ble Tincture.
D YSFKFSIA. NERVOUS DISEASE, &c.
Mr. Wm. Oldham, of Baltimore Custom
house, suffered from these complaints for
months, with body and mind severely effect
ed. He was direct by Hampton’s Vegetable
Tincture, after other things failed.
COUCH. CONSUMPTION, Ac. >
^[r. Henry C. Wiun had a cough for 5 years
—great weakness, etc.; had in all, live or six
physicians; tried all the remedies, but was
cured only bv
IIAMP VOX’S VEGETABLE TINCTURE
We appeal to our best kuotvn Cit
izens.
IVY’ off or no marc mtakrooM article, but <1
Medicine proved bu thousands to be the
•/rent Invijorator a id Roofer <5?***
THE SUMMER—ITS DISEASES-—TIIE
REMEDY AT HAND.
MA MP VOX’S VEUETARLE TINCTURE
W e have the strongest assurance of tho
good effects of this meUiciue in Cholera Mor
bus, Diarrhoea, and Diseases of the Rowels
incident to .the season.—It invigorates the
stomach and bowels, and renders tho system
.a great assistance in combating the approach *
of indeed all forms of disease.
JIAMPVOX'S V EC ETBALE TINCTURES
By its mild action on the stomach, liver and %
kidneys will cure Dyspepsia,Cmyhs, Asthma,
Bronchial and Lvuy Affectium, Pains in the
Rack, Side and Breast, Consumption, Scro
fula, Rheumatism, Coni, Xmtru/yia, Fistula,
J’ilcs, Boieel Complaints, Worms.and Nervous
Debilities, and all diseases arising from im7
pure blood.
1) EL 1C A TE ClllL BREN,
One bottle will prove its superior virtue.
'AS 1 FEMALE MEDICINE
Hampton’s Tincture cannof be excelled. As*
a beautifying agent it is inr superior to any
of the cosmetics of the day, producing a?
beautiful clear skin.^nd giving to the cheek?
the color of the rose, imparting to every nm^
cle that life and elasticity which gives to al]
who enjoy health such grace and .h
Chronic or Periodical Ncrv<
Headache of Jong standing ha^'
it—as an invigorator and r|
a gentle stimulant is waril
superior to all the cordials y,
public, to the Youth and Old n/e,
cle rod Married, we offer the most voiuah
remedy.
, ypj“ Call and got pamphlets and sou cures
ot Coughs, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Dra-*"
pepsin, {Scrofula, Ac. p Iw
Sold by MORTIMER & MOWBRHy A
No. *240 Baltimore, »reV»t. f
JHTFor sale by ,). R. IIATHAlVt y Nok ’
folk; A. .1 WILLIAMS <fc CO, FoF,mouth*
and ARMSTEAD & CO., Mathews Court
House, and Druggists generally.
* MORTIMER A MOWBRAY,
No. 240 Baltimore street, Balt.
J
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Groceries, &c.
NOTICE.—I respectfully announce to
my numerous friend/5 nnd acquaintances,
and to the Citizens of Norfolk ami vicinity
in general, that I have opened anew CLOTil
l.N'U WAREHOUSE. Gentleman's Vurnisb
iri;r Estnblh 111111 nt, undi r the ti!~ of “Union
Hall,” at .Noil, K.'i-f Main street; where I
shall constant!'- keep on hand a hill nwmrt
ment of all, rail wry hind «! WWJJjtt
above line. H.uin.u purchaieo dnSy*
stock for cash, and froi-i head suli ters, only
l flatter mvself to ho an able to sell a well
selected stock of well finished pood* at swell
prices as will aurantee salisf'ctiiiiJ. . I
XVfUAN BAUM.
oc 3 Mo'o.!„Kast Main street.
A N ERA IN TrtElIISr£ORV'OJ«
A CAMEBSMAS WtUltt -W»rl-;U
>f Whiskey. 10 Casks ot't^f1
in the city,'Apple K-anPr 10 years old. Olt!
OH}/ Peach Brandy,
everything that per• . *
large assortments of good41* *'e},
rate Grocery and Commits^0'11'
would sav to‘the Merchants -
lina, that we have on baud, ,1 ‘ k*,.frS
goods, which vv will sell at$Kre* » houoh
prices, much less, than they . !ls
of any house in the country. 1 fa) thiH (.itv_
is largo, am interior to n<«mpbelr, Whart
Give ua a call at Wo. li, 1/VKSKY
Dealer in foreign and/.yX“tie L.qcoKB,
Snu.vns, and flitoCKiass ^
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LnxnoV in h< K BRANDY.
Iff- 1 JK 'DOR'S OhLllliRAT
2h halt Casks 3 Ai ,,u i N’TfY i„ .
ED EONDOM DOCK *’ u et01'-8
and for sale by - i x
' BLTvRo.
No 6 Wide Water trt,, 1,
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Cl, A RET!
CLARE
J Ci'k n ASEHSt. Julie/
It)' / \iust received hv
i BURR
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