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Business Cards.
i)
R. W. \Y\ ROSE,
Ob'runs ms professional
services to the citizens of Norfolk, lie may
he found at the Dispensary, next to the Far
mers’ Rank, or at the residence of dr.o. 11.
laid low. oc i5—1 v
IVTERWIN ct MOORE,
±TJL A UCTIONEEUS, d- CO EMIS
SION ME1H'HANTS,
Norfolk, Vo.
Regular Sales day—T Li K S 1) A Y S &
THURSDAYS.
ijibcral advancements made on all
Consignments, oc !>
rrHOMAS W. UPS!IUR,
X COM MISS ION EE ()E HEEDS, d':«.,
FOR TILE STATK OF NORTH
CAROLINA.
I)flicc No. 5 Wide Water street, Norfolk,
A’a. oc !1 *
T G. SMITH,
♦J . BAKER.
Ao. 17 Bank Street, Norfolk, Va
lias always on hand tresh Loaf. Dread of
superior quality. Also, Rutter, Sugar, Soda
and Water Crackers, Molasses and Sugar
Cakes, Pilot and Navy Rread, wholesale and
retail. Fancy Cakes and Pies, always fresh.
Families wishing to be served with Rread,
Ac., will please leave their orders at the
store, corner of Rank and William streets,
and they will be punctually attended to.
rpilOMAS W. UPSHUR,
.1 A'OTAR V PUBLIC.
Attends to taking Depositions. Acknowl
edge ments, Ac., writes Deeds, Wills, Towers
of Attorney, Agreements. Ac.. Ac.
Oilice No. 5 Wide Water Street,
UW. SANTOS A CO.
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN COALS OF ALL KINDS.
Wood, Hay, «fcc.
oc 3—Iy
Woodside’s Whf, Norfolk Va.
BAYMORE «fc stone,
J'linen \E. I NO C ENE I! 1 L
COMMISSION MEL’CHANTS
SUIT DKOKEUS Ac.
End of Cajifkki.i.’l Wua'ivf.
oc 8—ly
.1. A? J1CI.I0AN. | T. DANIELS.
TNO. A. McLEAN A CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 1 OXFOltD II ALL.
Keeps always on hand a large Stock of
Cloths, Cassinieres and Vestings. Also, an
endless variety of Gentlemen’s Furnishing
Goods.
Garments furnished ami made to order in
the latest and most approved styles at reason
able'prices, and a lit will be guarantied in all
cases.
,/i;*'Anny and Navy work done at short
est. notice iii a superior manner, and strictly
in accordance with the late regulation,
oc 3
JO N N 35 . .1 O II N SON,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION
MERCHANT\ A NO GENERAL
AREN'T,
No. 7S. Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va.
oc 3—tf
Alexander smith a son,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMIS
SION MERC HA NTS,
No. 22, High High street, Portsmouth, j
Va.
Ji&*' Regular sales dav—Wednesday and
Friday.__
NS. FORBES,
.DEALER IN ENGLISH A' AERI
CAN HA RD \VA RE, NO. 50,
HIGH STREET,
Portsmouth To.
Has in store, and is receiving weekly,
goods of every description 4 usually kept in
a well conducted Hardware Establishment.
His goods are pur-chased from the Manufac
turers at the lowest cash price, which
on.hles him to sell at very low rates. Those
in want, of any article in his line will do well
to givehim a caiL.
N. />. Horton <£* A.niohl* celebrated Ship
Tools always on Land, and ut Factory prices,
oc 3
W1I. BUCK,
• Ao. 103 d* 105 Chitreh street, KorJoJl';
Peak']- in Porter, Ale, Cider, ami Superior
Mineral Water*. Fine Draft Ale always on
liaml.
oc 3
V LANAGAN BOLES,
l1 ALE, POUTER, and M 1 N E It A L I
WA TEH
BOTTLING ESTA IIL JSHMENT,
Court street, under the Ocean House.
The subscribers keeps constantly on hand
a large stock of ALE & POUTER,put up in j
half pint Bottle;.
Lemon ami Sarsaparilla Soda Waters,
which can be sent to the Country without
inconvenience.
Hotels, Bar Booms, and families can be
supplied at short notice in quanties to suit.
Orders respectfully solicited. Persons living
in the Town or Country eanbe furnished dai
ly,
oc 3
JOSEPH A. BJ LISOL V,
DEM. Ell IN'ALL KINDS OF
FA MIL Y GROCERIES.
Consisting of Fresh Teas, Sugars, Wines,
Liquors, Tobacco, English Pickles, Preserv
ed Fruits, Porter Ale. and every other ar
ticle necessary for Hotels, Family or Ship
uses.
Persons dealing with mo are assured that
they will get nothing but a fresh and pure
article.
oc 3 Xo. t>2 High street, Portsmouth.
riMlOS. BROOKS,.Ir., Wholesale !
3- and retail dealer in SELECTED !
FA MIL Y GIKD'E/UES. .1 XD IMPOR
TEIt 0E FIXE BR.1XDJES, It' / X E S,
SEGA RS, ENGLISH S A UCES AND
DICK LES, LONDON DORTER AND
SCOTCH ALE, No. U, High st., Ports
mouth, Va.
Keeps constantly on hand an assortment
of every article, both foreign and domestic,
belonging to his line of business, and war
rants them to be in style and quality inferior |
'to none in the I’nited f$tates, having pur- |
chased principally for Cash, he is enabled t<> !
sell as low as any engaged in the business, :
Order? of any dimensions packed in any way
required at the shortest possible notice*: and
if consigned to him by better, will be execu
ted with the came regard to your interest us
though you were pel tonally present,
oc 3
A Serenade.
Lovo, art thou waking or sleeping ?—
Shadows with morning should Her ;—
Lovo, art thou smiling, or weeping ?—
Open thy lattice to me !
Sunlight each sorrow beguiling,
Youth should be fearless anil free :—
0! when all nature is smiling,
Wilt thou not smile upon ?
Think on our last blissful meeting.—
Suhshiue dissolving in tears;
()! when love’s pulses are beating,
Moments are precious as years !
Think bn the hope, that soft wiling,
Lured me unhidden to thee :
O ! when all nature is smiling.
Wilt thou not smile upon me ?
Roses, thy temples once wreathing,
.\ow on my bosom lie dead ;
In their pale beauty still breathing
Fragrance of hours that have tied !
Thus, through my heart sweetly thrilling
Memory whispers to me,
“0 ! when all nature is smiling,
Lila will smile upon thee !”
Wonderful.
An Englishman, who travelled on the
Mississippi, told some rather tough stories
about London thieves. A Cicinnnti chap,
named Case, heard those narratives with
a silent hut expressive humph, and then
remarked that ho thought the Western
thieves beat the London operators all hol
low.
“How so?” inquired the Englishman,
with surprise. “Pray, sir, have you lived
lunch in the West ?”
“Not a great deal. I undertook to set.
up business at the lies Moines llapids a
while ago, but the rascally people stole
nearly everything 1 had, and 'finally a
Welch miner ran off with my wife.”
“Gracious!” said the Englishman, “and
have you never found her ?”
“Never to this day. But that was not
the worst of it.”
“Worst.! Why, what could be worst
than stealing a man’s wife V”
“Stealing his children, I should say,”
said the implacable Case.
“Children ?”
“Yes. A nigger woman, who had
none of her own. abducted my youngest
daughter, and sloped and joined the iu
juns.”
"Did you see her ?”
“See her ? yes. She had’nt ten rods
the start of mo; but plunged into the
lake and swam oft' like a duck, and there
wasn’t a canoe to follow her with.”
The Englishman leaned back in bis
chair and cal led for another mug of Til f
and-’alf, while Caso smoked bis segar and
credulous friend at the same time most
remorselessly.
“1—1 sha’nt go any further west—I
think,” at length observed the excited
John Hull.
“I should not advise any one to go,"
said Caso quietly. “My brother once lived
there, but he had to leave, although his
business was the best in the country.”
“Whan business was ho in, pray ?"
“Lumbering—had a sawmill.”
“And they stole his lumber?”
‘Wes, and his saw logs, too.”
“Saw logs ?”
“Yes; whole dozens of black walnut
logs were carried awas in a single night.”
“True, upon my honor, sir. He tried
every was to prevent it; had men hired
to watch his logs but it was no use. They
would whin them away uneasily as if they
had been nobody there. They would steal
them out of the cove, and even out of the
railways.”
“G,ood gracious 1”
“.hist to give von an idea how they'
steal out there;” sending a sly wink at the
listening company,'“just to give you an
idea-—did vou ever work in a saw mill V”
“Never.”
“Well, one day my brother bought an
all fired fine black walnut log—four i'eut
three at the butt and not, a knot in it.—
He was determined to keep that log any
how. and hired two canny Scotchmen to
watch it all night. Well, they took a
small demijohn of whiskey with them,
snaked the log up the side of the hill
above the mill, built a fire, and then sat
down to play keords, just to keep them
awake, you see. ’Twas a monstrous big
log—bark two inches thick. Well, as 1
was saying, they clayed keerds and drank I
whiskey all night,and as it began to grow
light went astraddle of the low. About
a minute after daylight (ieorge went over
to the mill to see how they were getting
on, and the log was gone!"
“What were the Scotchmen doing?”
“Sitting on the bark. The thieves bad
drove an iron wedge into the butt end,
which pointed down the hill, and hitched
a yoke of oxen on and pulled it right out,
leaving the shell, and the Scutchers sitting
a straddle of it, fast asleep !”
The Englishman hero rose, dropped his
seg.ir stump into the spitton, looked at his
watch, and said lie thought he’d go on
deck and see how far we’d be down the
river before morning.
A Fasti mors Bi/kui.aky.—The Hart
ford Times says that seine one entered the
store of Day, Griswold iV: Co., intlmtcitv,
on Wednesday night, aud forced open the
safe, which was locked with a padlock,
and took out $065, all in bills. The rogue
actually left $145in bills ofllhode Isiaml
Hanks, alter having examined them—
thinking, per haps, that hills of the sus
pended banks are not worth taking even
by a burglar! When a burglar refuses to
takebauk notes, tiro banks concerned
ought to make some sacrifices to get along.
.I hi 111 i nmiMiii in—i minim • »T
A Funny Story.
Judge-, ;i well-know, highly res
pected Knickerbocker, on the sliady side
ul' lilty, a widower, with live children—
lull of fun and frolic, ever ready for a joke
—to give or take, was bantered the other
evening by a Miss of live and twenty, for
not taking another wife; she urged that
lie was hale and hearty, and deserved a
matrimonial messmate.
The Judge acknowledged the fact; ad
mitted that he was convinced by the elo
quence of his fair friend that ho had 1hjp.ii
thus far very remiss, and expressed con
trition for the fault eonfcssed;ciidhig with
offering himself to the lady, telling her she
c add uotci rtainly jojocthim,after pcfu i»g
out to him iiis heinous offence.
The lady replied that she would ho
most happy to take the situation so uni
quely advertised, and become hone of 11 is
bone, and Hesli of his liesh ; but there was
one to her, serious obstacle.
"Well,” says the Judge, "'name it. My
profession is to surmount such impedi
ments.”
"Ah, Judge, this is heyomlyour pow
er-. 1 have vowed if I everv maVry a
widower, ho Hiu.^liavo ku children.”
“Ten children. O, that’s nothing,” say's
the Judge. "I'll live you live now, and
my notes on demand in instalments for the
balance./ Fact.
Teruiulk Tragedy in Arkansas.—
The Sago of Mouticelio of the 80th gives
s Hue particulars of a bloody tragedy which
recently occurred in Ashley county, Ar
kansas Thu .Sage’s informant states that
a couple of negro men, slaves of Messrs.
Xorrull and l’edue, incited, according to
their own declarations, by a man named
Miller, went to the residence of Mrs. Hill,
and after attempting to violate her person,
murdered herself and a negress, who
threatened to tell of their fearful crime,sat
tire to the house and burned them in the
flames.—As soon as the fact was known,
a large number of the neighbors assembled
at the scene of the tragedy, and having!
secured tho perpetrators of the fiendish !
crime, (one of when confessd,) procedodto J
tack the law into their own hand and inllie- !
ted urmnary ver.grnce by binding tho pri
soners to a stake and building around
them funeral pyres,amid whose flame
they soon expiated their terrible and
unnaturals sin.
Speaking of peatry, here are a few
nudtum inparco specimens of
CALIFORNIA POETRY.
When from my room chance to stray to
spend an hour at close of day, 1 ever find
a place most dear, where some friend teats
to lager beer—Sacramento Age.
Ah ! yes, my friend of city life, sure
such a treat cures such a strife, but better
then such cose by far are pleasures of a
fine cigar—-Placer lla-nhl.
—The 1’ress, The Pulpit, and The Pet
ticoats.—The first spread the news, tho
second the Gospel, and the last spread
-all over the sidewalk.
Gustavus Adolphus knew how to put
down duelling. Two officers asked leave
to fight a duel. Leave was given, and
the king became a spectator. With him
eainctl.c l’rovast Marshall. “Mow, gen
tlemen!” said Gustavus to the combatants,
“fight till one of you are killed; the Pro- j
vast Marshall will hang the survivor.”— I
The officers shook bauds.
■ Young America.—The following con
versation took place recently at th;
1‘oint lirceze Race Course:
“What’s that horse out of!” said one cf
the would-be smart ones, with a view to
quiz one of the Neck boys, who was ri
ding an old horse,which sliowod less bluo.l
than bone.
“Out of?”
“Yes; what's lie out of—don’t you
know?”
“Yes. I do.”
“Well, what?”
“Out of oats!”
Truth is like a torch, the more you
shake it the more it shines.
Knowledge Jwill soon become folly, |
when good sense ceases to be its guar
dian.
Idleness buries a man alive.
When the Irishman first tried peaches,
ho said he liked their flavor, but the seed*
lay hard in his stomach.
A nabob, in a severe lit of the gout,told
his physician that hosullcred tho pains of
the damned.
Tho doctor conllv replied—
“What, already'?”
On Ann Jennings, the mother of an im
mense family:
Some have children—some have none—
Here lies the mother of twenty-one.
Why is a woman’s tongue like a planet?
lleeauso nothing short of tho Power
that created it is able to stop it.
As some persons eat more than others,
so do some express the sentiments of their
mind.
Gilded roofs will not shut out sleepless
nights.
A dear, ghvc often hides a dirty hand.
Watches, Jewelry, See.
f“j? (iOlj l) \V A T CUES, < "
yjV \
r ■ ./ /’ ir h t. /•' r. .!'■ <•. ( >•«
We ntko this occasion'to inform our friend
and all those in search of a superior Inn"
keeper—that wo Imre now in store one oi
the best assortments of
COLD WATCH HS
evrbefore olVcred bv us. consisting of
PL.YlX AND TI LL .! KWFF.LFi) GOLD
llL’XTI NG LLVKKS,
Do do do do Single Case do.
])o do do do and Enamel
Hunt ins; Ladies’ do.
Do do do Silver Huntin'*; and
Single Case Level s.
Cold and Silver Hunting and Single Case
(Cylinder Watches,
Do Hunting, UKAh T. F. Cooper Duplex
Watches,
Also, Ladies Fine Fnamel and Diamond Set
Watches,
'now and splendid assortment of nxi; Gou>
Fruit Frosted Far Kings and Fins, _
Cliatelaine Chain Guards, Fob and \ est
(!hains,
Cold, Steel and Silver Spec lades,
Cold Thimbles and Finder Seals,
Sea! '. Keys, Medalions and Charms,
(told. Silver and Pearl Card Cases.
Ship Chronometers for sale and on hire,
Cold and Shell Lye (Hasses,
Gold and Silver Pencils with pen.', something
new and poocl.
Plated Cake, Fruit and Card Caskets,
i’lated Castors, Spoons, Forks, Asparagus
Tonus,
Crumb, Fish and Pie Knives, Silver Tea Sets, !
Forks, Spoons, Cups, (Joblets, Cream and Su
gar .Pots, Ladles. Ac.,
With an unusual stock of every variety of
fancy and desirable goods. All of which will
be sold cheap for cash,
oc :J J. M. FRF KM AX.
WATCHKS, JKWKbltV,
SNA'I'll A XI* /‘LATHI* HM /•/>'.
.JOHN I). FLAM), Corner of High i
Crawford streets, has just received a superior
stock of Watchr.xt Jeirclri/, Si/rcr and J,lu/ml
Wtirc, and Fancy goods, which are offered
at low prices.
Watches, Jewelry, and Clocks repaired at
the shortest notice and warranted. Old Sii-t
ver bought and taken in exchange. oc J
Clothing.
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS,
4 T THE NORFOLK HAI.I. UK
±Y FASHION, SO 1" .1 IAIN
S THEET, SOHFOE A',
K.l.
Opened this day a most superb stock of
Spring andSi'MMKit Clothing, manufactur
ed of the verv best materials and in the la
test and most fashionable styles. The juiblic
are respectfully invited to call and satisfy
themselves that they are the finest and best
assorted stock of
lieaily Made Clothing
ever offered in this city. I 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
mkkes and Vestings, are also large and well j
selected.
All orders punctually attended to, and sat- !
isfaction guaranteed in all eases.
X. Jl.—A good stock of Boy’s Clothing !
alwavson hand, which 1 will sell verv low.
oc'3 It. I). CM FT OX.
OU NDR1ES.—.Just received, French
O Zinc, Distemper Colors, timber, Sienna,
Ac., in oil, Chrome Green of everv grade,
American, Chinese and Trieste Termilion,
Ground and Bow’d Pumscc, Glues of all
grades. Fire Proof Paint. Ac., Ac.
Of all the articles in which we deal, we
are heavy holders and w<* invite an examina
tion of our large and attractive stock.
SANTOS, WALK'D & CO.,
No. 3t» Iron Front,
oc 3 West Sid * Market Square.
IS A RGAINSI BA RG A1 \S !!
> AT F. ivAliX’S VLOTHIXt; STORE.
Xo. 10 Main Street.
Look to your own interests and save at
least l.'»per cent hy buying your clothing at
F. A. KAliX’S, he is now selling off’the
balance of his Winter Stock at (Tst, for
Cash only, and at the following low prices.
Jlaglins from
Talmas do
Frock Over Coats
Sack
Cloaks
Pants
Vest
do
do
do
1
to Sl.s 00
to 18 Off
Is 00
14 00
15 0t)
is 00
10 00
10 00
X. B.—All kinds of Gentleman’s furnishing
Goods proportionality low—also, a good lot
of Superior Cloths. Cassiuicres and Vestings,
which he will make at reduced prices and
warrant good trimming—make and lit or you
need not take them. Remember at
F. A. lv A BN’S, No. 10 Main Street,
oe 3
T 1S T UECE1VED a full stock of
very line White Onion Setts—also a lew
tree or Onion Buttons lor sale 1>v
oc 3 M. A. SANTOS.
I EEC!IES—.Iust received a fresh sup
J ply of recently imported and healthy
Swoedish Leeches, tor sale bv
oc 3 31.‘A. SANTOS.
PCBE WHITE LEA J>--Pure Zinc
White—Pure Zinc Lead.— We have the
Exclusive agency for several paint manufac
turers of estahlisl.ed reputation, and are now
prepared to furnish dealers witii the above |
articles in any »pi:mtiiies,a s low a.- they can be j
bought in New V(irk or Philadelphia,
oe 3 Ivl \(t A TOY.
T1IM ii I U E.S DELKOiT Paper ,
J- Dios assorted numbers — Paper Furni
ture for Paper Dolls, for the amusement of ■
little "[iris, by Amy Ward —a. full supply of j
the above just received and for side bv
oc 3 ‘ VICKERY A COMPANY.
jf U>AL~WMM) bushels best # qualify lied!
V7 Ash Coal on the way and lor sale to 1
arrive from the wharf.
oc 3 Y. ZANTZl XGKU.
\\T 1! 1SK EY — Receiving1 li()() bids Com
»Y men Whiskey, 00 do Thompson’s old
Barley, for sale by
oc 3 LEPAGE J5UOS.
OMOKlN(i TOBACCO*; \ superior
O artieh ot tiVnchbui’o thunk ino- Toba-n,^
in barrels for .-ale by KING & TOY.
Restaurants
Point vi'AN iioi'st;
Xo. 112 nl. , 't'lnii fh. below the Xntionol
Hotel.
The Hih-’r-ialters have taken charge of
tliis well known establishment, with the in
triition ol' conductin;.;- it on tin* most ap
pi*ov''i| ]. Tin* house has boon put in
complete ord *r. lilted with new rimiitnre,
Ac.. ami overy arrangement made tor the
eoml'ort of those who are desirous of patron
• iziiiLi' a well kept public house.
Tin* BAR will be tilled with the best of
Liquors.Ac.. and MF.ALS furnished at an}
time with every delicacy in season.
The finest Oysters our market atlbrds will
be served up in any style desired,at the slior
oV:S U ' ’ VUE A A BAR XF.S.
K A X < • 11 A \<> n NAl|)().\.
lit eouxr.n kixh \xi> wati:/: sts.
Saloon and Bar Room on the 1st Floor.
Bowliny Saloon (< ‘2d ft
Billiard Saloon “ Od “
The Bar will be constantly supplied witli Hie
choicest Winns and Liquors, and attended
to by a gentleman who fully understands the
business.
The Bowling Alleys arc as good as any in
the State.
Thu Billiard Saloon, when completed, will
have line Tables, good cues, Ac.
For rem ation and amusement, and wants
of the inner man. gentlemen will lind tlie
Fix change a desirable resort,
oe F. .M. I ROX.MOXd LR, Agent.
Coppersmith’s Tinware &c.
\i:w STOVE AM) TIN STORE.
WIIO[,l->vW,K AMI HKTA1U
Constantly on luiml at the Store
So. 7, Cast Wide Water SI.
A I.auiac am' wKi.i, Sinjiurcu Assort
Mr-:\t ok
stov i;s, jim tta \ i a . j a pax x ei>
And/or mb: at j/ru'C-t <'x Our as they cun he
rp!VKN|.JU»Cltlli&K rods confident
_i that with strict and constant, attention
to business and small prolits, he will be ena
bled to give entire sat is faction to all who may
favor him with a call.
Country merchants are earnestly solicited
to call and examine for themselves before
purchasing elsewhere, a*< the subscriber b
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 Ironwork
done at short notice and on reasonable
terms.
The subscriber is also prepared to furnish
dealers with Stoves at wholesale rates.
.1. A. WOODWORTH,
Xo. 7, E. Wide Water st. Iron Front.
A V\:\l A X D NT A T I () N E RY
WAK.E-IfOUSE.-Y 1 0 K K K Y
sellers, Stationers, Rook Hinders and Rlank
Rook Manufacturers. Xo. 1!> Main street.
Norfolk, Va., oiler to the City and Country
Trade a large and well selected stock of
School, Classical, Medical. Raw and Miscel
laneous Rooks, together with a general assort
ment of School and Counting-House Sta
Rlank Rooks, such as Ledgers, Journals,
Day Rooks, Ac., always on hand and made to
order.
Cap, Letter, Note. Rill, Envelope, Print
inir and Wrapping; Paper.
English and American Rihles, of all sizes
and styles of Rinding;: also Prayer and Ilymn
Rooks, suitable for all the different denomi
nations of Christians. Allot* which will be
sold at the very lowest prices.
style oflrcntleinenks SILK HATS.
This Hat embraces all the modern improve
ments,in the art of Silk Hatting;. Your or
ders solicited.
A XI) TIN WARE.
I a uu/Jit in the State,
OC
ft
R, II. STEVENS.
Practical Hatter,
No. 7 Market sciuaro.
oc 3
CENTRAL WHARF.
Balls it Constable have in store and
for sail-:
MM) bids, fresh patent Lime,
MOO do W. City do.
200 do fredi Kosendah- Cement,
loo do do Calcined 1 Master,
150 do do Land do,
2 bales Plastering Hair,
150,000 Sawed Larlis,
5,000 Halt. Pressed Prick,
500.000 ordinary building do,
25,000 1 feet Cypress Pales,
20,000 5 do ’ do do,
20,000 (i inch Cypress Fencing,
25,000 (» do Yellow- Pine do,
50,000 feet, assorted Scantling.
20,000 do all heart 2x-l Carden Hail,
10,000 do sap and heart 2x1 do do,
15.000 do Hough 1J1 inch Flooring,
50,000 do Dressed lj-./ do do,
20,000 do do 1 do do,
200 best quality C- .lar Posts,
0,000 feet 114 ineli heart Stepping,
100,001) best No. 1 heart Shingles, '
75.000 do do 2 sap and heart do,
50 bbls. Tar, 25 do Pitch.
Together with an assortment of seasoned
\\ hite Pino Cypress Oak, and Ash Lumber,
oc 3
A (iilberts Auti-Hillioua Pills lor fam
l\.o ily use. A large and fresh stock for
sale wholesale and retail In*
T,.J. COUXICK, &CO.
2 >11 ruing Fluid at 75 cents per Oal
JlX Ion. For sale by
T.'.f. COKXICK. \ CO.
S Haiti Pepper. lfiQO lbs. of prime
M ipudity, also Pimento, Mace, Nutmegs
ground Spiees Ac., Ac., in very heavy ;.toek,
and for sale by
oc 8 SANTOS. WALKE A CO.
(Choice Salad Oil.—1 iu do/, pts. and
J pts.. seleei. d from importers in person,
bought for cash and fur sale low.
oc 3 SANTOS. WALK!-] A CO.
Beef, Pork and Lard 2 b a 1 r e I s
Family Beef for retail. 22 h a r r e I s
clmiee .Mess Pork. 2 bbls. No. 1 laird at re
tail, in store and for sale by
J. L. .roxi:s,
oc 1 No. 2 Campbell's wharf.
PFitIIY DAVIS FAIN KILLER,
X Hastings Liniment DeO rath's Kllectrie.
Oil.
Lnrabee’sStimulating Fnniment.
Arabian Liniment. lbrain Cure.
For .-a!i wholesale and retail by
T. J. COXiMCK. A CO.
|<aH*s of A«l v> i tisiug.
Special Notices.
I -• ina!1 lime, ' ' '■
f I insirc, 10 1 i11• • ~ or liv . 1 week, $’■ TOO
I - “ y a 4.00
l •• •• ‘‘1. mon 111y 10.00
] •• •• “ 1 year, 10.00
For each iiiMilion;;! .•«jr, per annum, 10.00
For announcing Candidate.? No' Ol
lier, in advance, ;>.00
M .n i i.tgv. .ut > 1 > ,ii h.- i ■ !*<• published i - new
: O'ituarie-. Funeral Notices, Ac., will ho
charged ns oihcr advertisement, and payment
' n.'<|iiii ( tl in t<l v mice.
i Ail t ransient advei tisement.s to*be pi«d in
I advance.
Medical.
Hami’tox s tim tuiu:
h n.i, rein: n rsi-ursiA.
| Hampton’s Tincture
1 Hampton's Tinellire
Will cure Cough.
Will cure Klicunmti.Mii.
Hampton’.- Tinct uro
ill cure Nervous Headache,
llanipt til’s Tincture
Will cure Neuralgia.
Hampton’s Tincture
Will cure Spinal Disease.
Hampton’s Tincture
W ill Invigorate.
Hampton’.-: Tincture
Will cure low Spirits.
HAMPTON’S Tl NCTl'KK
Wlierevi r used lias bee successful in curing
disease niter oilier remedies have failed.
For D!SI!ASKS OK WOMKN and 01111,
! DKKN it is A CUKAT KKMi.’DY, and should
be u.*ed in c\ es-v fainilv.
Mil. w'm. men.
No. !*.'» S tern r\<-\ sthkkt, Km.timokk.
Cured of Klicumatism, Dyspepsia and Ner
i vitus Disease.
mu. i:d\yix m. sri:.\Kux,
| AH. 1:7 Keoesnat stiikkt, I1ai.ti.moi;k,
Most dreadful ease of Scrofula ot’years*
standing', lost a number of pieces of
bone, restored to lieallli.
MISS MM! Y SroriKUl, Tcavlier,
An. <K»0 Jialtiiuore st.
Her case after years of sullering bns aston
ished her friends. Let the alllicted
call to see her.
11 KUL’DITAKV SCROFULA.
A boy in Hie family of the Hen. W. 1’.
Thoiunsson, once a member of Congress from
Kentucky, was a mass of sores from head to
font, ilis eyelids turned inside out. protru
ding over the eyeballs so as to produce blind
imss. He was cured by Hampton’s Vegeta
ble Tincture.
DYSPKPS1 A. XKRYOt'S DISKASK, Ac.
Mr. Wm. Oldham, of Hnltimorc Custom
house, sutfered from these complaints for Is
months, with body and mind severely ctl'cct-*
ed. lie was cured by Hampton’s Vegetable
Tincture, after other* tilings tailed.
COUCH, CON SI Mi'TlON, &q.
Mr. Henry t ’. Winn hud a cough for years
—great weakness, etc.; had in all, live or six
physicians; tried all the remedies, but was
cured or.lv bv
i/a a/r ros' s i fhftahle risen i;u
We appeal to our best known Cit
izens.
ll’o offer vo mere mushroom arliefe, hut a.
Medicine proved hi/ thousand* to ho the
i/reuf Liviyorutor mid Restorer oj (ha Sys
tem !
11110 SIMM ICR—ITS DISEASES—Till;
KI'M KD Y AT HAND.
ha irrrns's veh eta hu: tincture
Wi* have* the strongest asniranee of tlio
good effects of this medicine in Cholera Mor
bus. Diarrhoea, and Diseases of the ltowels
incident to;tho season.—It invigorates the
stomach and bowels, and renders the system
a great assistance in combating the approach
ol indeed all forms of disease.
HA MR TON'S V EH ETHALE TINCTURE
Dy its mild action on the stomach, liver and
kidney? will cure JJy*pep*iu,Conyh9, Asthma,
Jtronchiol. and Linitj Affection*, Ruin* in the
Jluei'j Side and JJrcaxi, Consumption, Scro
fula, Jiheumatistn, (tout, Neuralgia, Fistula,
Rile*, Hoiccl Complaint*, It onus and Nerron*
ltel.ilities, and all diseases arising from im
pure blood.
It FLIC A TE CHILDREN,
One bottle will prove its superior virtue.
AS A FEMALE MEDICINE
Hampton's Tincture cannot be excelled. Aa
a beautifying agent it is far superior to any
of the cosmetics of the day, producing a
beautiful clear skin, and giving to the cheeks
the color of the rose, imparting to every mus
cle that life and elasticity which gives to all
who enjoy health such grace and beauty.
Chronic or Periodical Nervous, or Sick
Headache of long standing has been cured by
it—ns an invigorator and restorative, where
a gentle stimulant is wanted, we believe it
superior tit ail the cordials ever before tiro
i public, to the Youth and Old Ayr, the Sin
| gle ami Married, we offer iho most valuable
i remedy.
• Call and get pamphlets and see cures
ol Coughs, Uionehitis, liheumutism, Dys
pepsia, Scrofula. Ac.
Sold by MORTIMER & MOWDUAY,
No. 2CO Raltiiuore street.
N^-For sale by .). U. HATH A WAV, Nov
| folk; A. .J WILLIAMS & CO, Portsmouth,
| and ARMSTEAD A CO., Mathews Court
I House, and Druggists generally.
MORTIMER A- MOW DRAY,
[ oe 3 Xo. 240 lialtimore street, Halt.
Groceries, &c.
A n era i.\ the history or
1\ CAMl’lSEJ.I/S WIIAKF.—150 Uarrvln
of Whiskey. Ill Casks of the finest Brandy
in tlu* city. Apple Brandy 10 years old. Old
Oil// IVach Brandy, ten years old. 11 os idea
everything that pertains to a complete and
large assortinents of goods, kept in a first
rate Grocery and Commission House. We
would say to the Merchants of North Caro
lina, that we have on hand, a heavy stock of
goods, which we will sell at greatly reduced
prices, much less, than they can be bought
of any house in the country. Our assortment
is large, and inferior to iione in this citv.
Give us a call at No. !), Ca npbeirs Wharf.
WM. VKSEY.
Dealer in foreign and .Domestic Liquoks,
Sim.wts, and Ukoceuies, in general.
1 ONDON DOCK BRANDY.
JU *2i) halt Casks TAYLOIl’8 CKLL UK A T
KD LONDON DOCK 13 It ANDY, in store
and for sale by
BUKHUSS A BRO.,
No 5 Wide Water St., Iron Building.
oc 3
CLARET
i rAS1,
just received bv
CLARET!!
CLARET!!
St. .Juljen and Lsteph Claret,
1U [,‘UCSS & BUO.,
No 5 Wide Water street, Norfolk.
I
N
OTIC!
1 respectfully annoqjico to.
my nuiii'Tous friends and acquaintances,1*
and to th'1 Citizens of Norfolk and vicinity
neral. that 1 havq opened a new CLOTli
INC \\ Al\LI101 SF. Gentleman's Furnish
ing INtabii-htm yt, under the name of "Union
Hall,” at No ”4, Fast Main street; where 1
shall constantly keep on hand a full assort
ment ol all, and every kind of goods in the
above line. Having purchased most of my
stock lor cash, and from head quarters, only
1 (latter myself to he an able to sell a well
selected stock of well finished goods at such
prices .is will garantee satisfaction.
NATH VX BAUM.
Mo -i, Last Main street
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