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D
R. W. XV. ROSE
OFF Elis ins PROFESSIONAL
porviccs to tho citizens of Norfolk. He may
pa found at the Dispensary, next to the Fai
mt#
n'.efir tfftnk,
Ludlow.
at the residence of Jno.', It.
oc 3—lv
Merwin <fc Moore;
AUCTIONEERS, <fc COMMIS
SION MERCHANTS,
Norfolk, In.
Regular Sales day—T U E S D A Y S &
THTTRSDAYS.
pS~ Liberal advancements made on all
Consignments. oc 3
Thomas w. upshur.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, dc.,
1'Olt THE STATE OF NORTH
CAROLINA.
Oltuje No. 5 Wide Water street, Norfolk,
Vs. oc 3
JG. SMITH,
. J1A KER.
No. 17 Bank Stx-eet, Norfolk, Va
Has always on hand fresh Loaf Bread of
superior quality. Also, Butter, Sugar, Soda
and Water Crackers, Molasses and Sugar
Cakes, Pilot and Navy Bread, wholesale and
retail. Fancy Cakes and l’ies, always fresh.
Families wishing to he served with Bread,
Ac., will please leave their orders at the
store, corner of Bank and William streets,
and they will be punctually attended to.
oc 3—ly
T) W. SANTOS <fc CO.
TV. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HEALERS IN COALS OF ALL KINDS.
Wood, Hay, «kc.
oc 3—ly
Woodside’s Whf, Norfolk. Ya.
DRODUCE AN HE A ERA /,
COMMISSION MEKCHANTS
SHIP BROKERS Ac.
End or Cami'BEI.l’l Wharf.
oc 3—ly
J. A. MCLEAN. | J. T. DANIELS.
JNO. A. MCLEAN A CO.,
MERCIIA NT TAII. ORS,
No. 1 Oxford IIai.i..
Keeps always on hand a hp'ge Stock of
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings. Also, an
endless variety of Gentlemen’s Furnishing
Goods.
Garments furnished and made to order in
tile latest and most approved styles at reason
able prices, and a tit will be guarantied in all
pases.
ji>3~Army and Navy work done at short
est notice in a superior manner, and strictly
in accordance wijh the late regulation,
oc 3
JO N N B. JOHNSON,
.1UCT1QXEEU, COMMISSION
MERCHANT. AMO VENERA I,
A CENT,
No. 78, Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va.
oc 3—tf
TlEXANDER SMITH 4fc SON,
JY AUCTIONEERS AND COMMIS
SION MERCHANTS,
No. 22, High High street, Portsmouth,
Va.
pSP Regular sales day—Wednesday and
Friday. __
NS. FORBES,
, J) EA lER IN ENG LISII «f- A ERI
CAN HARD WARE. NO. 50,
HIGH STREET,
Portsmouth l «.
Has in store, and is receiving weekly,
goods of every description,usually kept in
a well conducted Hardware Establishment.
His goods arc purchased from the Manufac
turers at the lowest cash price, which
enables him to sell at very low rates. Those
in want of auy article in his line will do well
to givehim a call..
N. P. Horton & AunnUls celebrated Ship
Tools always on hand, and at Factory prices,
oc 3
WH. BUCK,
• No. 103 & 105 Church street, Norfolk.
Dealer in Porter, Ale, Cider, and Superior
Mineral Waters. Fine Draft Ale always on
hand,
oc 3
Flanagan & boles,
ALE, PORTER, and M 1 N ERA E
WA TER
P 0 TTL INC ES TAIILI SUM ENT,
Court street, under the Ocean House.
The subscribers keeps constantly on hand
t large stock of ALE & PORTER,put up in
half pint Pottles.
Lemon and Sarsaparilla Soda Waters,
which can be sent to the Country without
inconvenience.
Hotels, Bar Rooms, and families can be
supplied at short notice in qualities to suit.
Orders respectfully solicited. Persons living
in the Town or Country canbo furnished dai
ly
oc 3
JOSEPH A. BIL.ISOL1T,
1) EA L Ell 1X A L L K1X l) S 0 F
FAMILY 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 me are assured that
they will get nothing but a fresh and pure
article.
oc 3 No. 02 High street, Portsmouth.
ARGE ASSORTMENT" TRUNKS
just received. Trunks Trunks,
From manufactures of Trunks ;
Trunks will and must be sold,
Every one in want of Trunks should call
at No. i>, Market Square.
VALISES.
Sole Leather Valises, Sole Leather Valises.
Valises, Bellows Tap Valises and various
other styleg, every possible stvle of valise
that is now in use, just from the largest manu
facturer. We are very anxious to sell. Please
call at No. 9, East Side Market Square.
L. L. BUICKIIOITSE.
oct 7 Norfolk, Va.
1 adicsShanghai Morocco Boots,
1J LADIES MOKOCCO BOOTS,
LADIES KID BOOTS.
We have a largo assortment of the above
goods, just arrived, per Adams & Co’s Ex
Eress, and made in Philadelphia. Also, a
irgc stock of goat Bootees. All the above
goods will be sold at the lowest Cash prices.
These are fresh and seasonable goods. La
dies will please call at No. 0, East Side, Mar
ket Square,
qc 12
L. L. BUICKIIOUSE.
\ SMAIiL lot of choice Hams, retailing
at 20 ctt. 'br
He U * JAS. K. JONES.
[From the French of Hypolite Andeval :]
THE WAY TO PARADISE.
A child stood weeping at the gate
Of La Pitie disconsolate,
Asking td see her mother dear.
‘‘Begone;’’ the brutal porter cried,
“loifr prayer is vain, she is not here.”
know site is,” the child replied,
“Oli, let me see her, 1 implore;”
And still stie rapped the fastened door,
Till one more kindly than the rest,
Said, ‘‘Cease thy tears, take niy advice,
And try to calm your troubled breast,
Your mother’s gone to Paradise.”
i
“To Paradise ! Oh, where’s the way ?”
She asked of every one she met ;
They listened kindly, and all say,
“The way is long, and sore beset
With obstacles.” But Hope leads on
And Piety supports her sinking heart;
Faith encourages—it shall be dime ;
And Charity fulfills her part;
And the child hopes once more to see
Her mother’s face, and with her be,
Resolved at any sacrifice
To find the way to Paradise.
At length, upon a barren soil,
Fatigue, and hunger, and the night
Arrest her in her weary toil :
A gentle shepherd sees her plight,
And to a convent near doth lead her ;
The sisters hasten forth to aid her.
But all too late! she pales and trembles :
Death, who parts and reassembles,
! To her mother soon unites her;
i Heaven opens, God invites her—
! Unstained, and pure from earthly vice :
! The sinless child’s in Paradise.
[From Thomas Noon Talfourd ]
Thu Theatre ani> its Influences.
—It is only in the theatre that any
ini a,ure of real grandeur of humanity—any
picture of generous heroism ami noble
self sacrifices—is pourcil on the imagina
tion, and sent warm to the hearts of the
vast body of the people. There are eyes,
familiar through months and years onlv
with mechanical toil, suffused with natu a'
tears. There are the deep fountains of
hearts long encrusted by narrow cares,
hurst open, and a holy light is sent in on
| the long sunken forms of the imagination.
which shone fair and goodly in boyhood by
| their own light, but have since been seal
i ed and fogotten in their “sunless trcasll
j ries.” There do the lowest and most ig
| norant catch their only glimpse of that
; poetic radiance which sheds its glory
| around our being. While they gaze,they
forget the petty c< ncorns of their
own individual lot, and recognize and re
joice in their kindred,with a nature capable
of high enterprise, of meek suffering, and
of defiance to the powers of agony and
the grave. They are eleved and softened,
into men.
They are carried beyond the ignorant
present time; feel the past and the fu'urc
on tho instant: and kindle as they gaze on
the massive realities of human virtue, or
on those trary visions which aie tho glea
ming foreshadows of of golden years
| which hereafter shall bless the world.
; Their horizon is suddenly extended from
l the narrow circle of low anxieties and
selfish joys, to the farthest boundaries of 1
1 our moral horizon ; and they perceive, in
clear vision, the rocks of defence for their
j nature, which their fellow men have
! been privileged to raise. While they feel
I that “which gives an v » of thing* above
them,” their souls are expanded in the
heartiest sympathy with the vast body
of their fellows.
A thousand hearts are swayed at once
by the same emotion, as the high grass of
the meadow yields as a single blade to the
breeze which sweeps over it. Distinctions
of fortune, rank, talent, age, all give way
to the warm tide of emotion, and every
class feels only as partakers in one primal
sympathy, “ made of one blood,” and
: equal to the sanctities of their being,
j Surely the art that produces an effect
I like this—which separates, as by divine
j alchemy, the artificial from the real in
l humanity—which supplies to the artisan
in the capital, the place of those woods,
I and free airs, and mountain streams, which
insensibly harmonize the peasant’s char
| actor—which gives tho poorest to feel the
old grandeur of tragedy, sweeping by
! with sceptered hall—which makes the
! heart of the child leap with strange jov.
j and enables the old man to fancy himself j
; again a child—is worthy of no mean
place among tho arts which refine our
i manners, by exalting our conceptions.
The Sham Family.
Mr.'Sham lives up town in n brown
stone front, with damask ami luce at the !
windows. He is a respectable man.nl-1
wavs courteous and ready to do you a
kindness, or to make an ingenious excuse
if he ernnot. Mr. Sham biros his coach
and horses by the year, atul bis handsome
coachman, too; but, if he spoke of them,
ho would tell you, in round terms, that
his establishment cost him a cool two
thousand; and he wouldn’t think of keep
ing so expensive an equipage, only Mrs.
Sham's health is delicate, and the little j
Shams cooped up as they are in the city, .
I need a daily drive out of town. Mr.
| Sham sports a dasing watch, with heavy
seal and chain, that look very much like
1 gold, owing to a singular custom of their
| owner who uses a certain white powder
] and a piece ofbuekskinon them every mor
ning; and nobody surmises that Mr. Sham
would wear anything but gold. That
worthy gentleman is constantly talking of
his family across the water, all of whom
are dukes and duchesses, lords and ladies.
1 and squires of high degree, lie is to come
into possession of a fabulous fortune when
i somebody dies, for whom lie Iras too sin- !
cere ;i respect to wish that consummation |
devoutly. Ho is going to buy such and .
such a country seat the next summer, it
business will "be kind enough just to slack j
a little; a very little, just long enough to j
let him run up to L. or 1)., to survey the j
premises and examine the deed.
Everything belonging to Mr. Sham is j
mortgaged, except bis wife and children, j
and so are they, to ari inexorable degree j
to Ultimate ruin'. Mr. Sham is a great |
boaster; in plain language, Mr. Sham is a ;
great liar; lie has lied so long, that the j
poor man never knows when he tells j
the truth himseif; indeed, has conscience
only troubles him when lie Is not invent- j
ing.
Mrs. Sham !—a magnificent person in
red velvet, and a grand match for her hus
band. Dine with Mrs. Sham. Hear her
regret that her head cook (a fabulous per
sonage) was unfortunately taken sick, and
is suffering up stairs with a headache.—
Notice her reprimand to Harriot Jane, the
eldest daughter, that she did not make ;
that stupid Biddy put on the best set of
silver. Hear her talk of the pleasure of
her last year’s travelling tour, when she
staid at home all the summer, shut up in
the back part of her house. Behind her
jewelry, paste and Irish diamonds; her
lace—nothing hut sham in the place of
the real. Listen to the stories she tells of
her childhood; if you did not know that
her mother was once an honest hard-wor
king washwoman you would be tempted
to believe that she had never taken a step
on the cold ground in her life before she
was married, and that in some way she
was related to Queen Victoria or to Louis
Napoleon.
The little Shams are epitomes of both
parents. They begin already to substi
tute the false for the real. to brag of
deeds they never performed; to talk of
families they never visited ; and to watch
each other closely, that there may be no
discrepancies. Poor,unhappy little Shams!
what a life they will lead! and if they
should happen to fall from even the scale
iu which they appear at present to be
snugly balanced, I fear they will find
apartments, in a strong bouse with iron
bars at the windows, and whose degrada
tion and discipline are anything but
shams.
[From the Boston Traveller.]
Forty-two years at Sea.
Captain Bowers, of the barque Mary
Broughton, new in port, has been forty
two years at sea, thirty-two of which he
has been captain, and during that long
period never experienced any serious dis
aster, nor ever noted a protest. A sailor
never left him in a foreign port; he never
sent a man to the hospital, never buried a
man at sea,nor ever had a law suit. These
facts speak volumes in his favor. They
show that he knows how to treat men,
and hence their devotion to him. We
know more than one captain who never
carry even their officers a whole voyage,
and who pride themselves upon being
considered “tartars.’
Although Captain Bowers never was in
a ship which touched the bottom, nor in
o le which lost a main spar, it must not
he supposed that he has never experien
ced the storms and hurricanes peculiar to
tlie sea. In the West Indies ho has seen
whole fleets of vessels driven upon the
keys and banks, and hundreds of lives
lost; and upon our coast lias suffered the
severe storms of many a winter; but, pro
tected by a kind Providence, lie says lie
lias been always able to bring his vessel
safely into port. This, by many, may be
considered good luck; hut in no situation
of life is good luck more nearly allied to
good management, than at sea.
('apt. Bowers says that under Providence
he has many times saved his vessels when
beset by storms, by having previously
arranged in his mind how to act. Pleas
ant weather is the season for thought—
storms and disasters the time for action.
in tieaitti uaptam Mowers lias Deen as
remarkable as in the success of bis voyages.
Ho never bad toothache, rheumatism,
headache nor fever. Last voyage, for !
the first time, be sustained personal dam- j
age. The spanker boom, in tacking ship,
struck him on the bead so severely that
be was unconscious for several days; but |
now lie is as healthy as ever, and bids fair i
to live bis “ three score and teu” and ten I
more, without troubling bis friends to take
care of him.
High as be ranks among the sons of the j
ocean, as a successful sailor, be is no less
esteemed ashore by those who know him '
best. A single incident will show the
man better than a yarn as long as the j
main top bowline. He was once censur- j
ed by one of the owners of a vessel, which
he commanded, because he positively re
fused to take a doubtful Custom House
oath. ‘* Why,” said the man of com- j
mcrec, “ tin y were only a pack of Span
iards 1” “ True,” replied the captain, “ hut
1 was not swearing to the Spaniards, hut
to God, and God, you know, is everywhere j
present, and is not a respecter of persons, i
1 could not swear to a thing that was not j
true."
(Japt. Bowers, still commands the
barque Mary Broughton, and will sail
hence in a few days for Buenos Ayres.—
May lie continue successful to, the end of
life’s chapter, and find comfortable quar- I
ters aloft wlfbu lie has slipped his earthly j
moorings.
“Much remains unsung,” as the tom
cat remarked to the brickbat, when it ab
ruptly cut short his serenade,
Watches, Jewelry, &c.
rx gold w a t c ii E s, rx
,/ E IV' E L It Y, & c .
We take this occasion to inform our friends
ami all those in search of a superior time
keeper—that we hare now in store one oi
the best assortments of
GOLD WATCHES
ever before offered bv us. consisting of
PLAIN AVI) FI LL JEWELLED GOLD
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
CvUnder Watches,
Do ‘Hunting, heal T. F. Cooper Duplex
Watches,
Also, Ladies Fine Enamel and Diamond Set
Watches,
New atld splendid assortment of fine 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 Pie Knives, Silver Tea Sets,
Forks, Spoons, Cups, Goblets, 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. FREEMAN.
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SI L YE It A XI) I* LA TED WARE.
JOHN !). BLAND, Corner of High and
Crawford streets, has just received a superior
stock of JY it<■ hex, Jewelry, Silcer and Rioted
Ware, and Fancy goods, which are offered
at low prices.
Watches, Jewelry, and Clocks repaired at
the shortest notice .and warranted. CM Sil
ver bought and taken in exchange. oc 3
Clothing,
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS,
AT THE NORFOLK 1IAI,I, OF I
FASHION. NO is MA IN
STREET, NORFOLK,
VA. 1
Opened this day a most superb stoc k of i
SiMtiNU and Si: mm ku Clothing, uianufactur- ]
ed of the very best materials and in the la- I
test and most fashionable styles. The public 1
are respectfully invited to call and satisfy |
themselves that they are the finest and best
assorted stock of
Heady 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.
^5©** Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods of
every variety and description, both of qual
ity and price. My stock of (’lotus, Cassi
meres and Vestings, are also large and well
selected.
All orders punctually attc nded to, and sat
isfaction guaranteed in all cases.
X. IJ.—A good stock of Bov’s Clothing
always on hand, which 1 will sell very low.
oe 3 K. D. CLIFT OX.
SUNDRIES.—dust received, French
Zinc, Distemper Colors, Umber, Sienna.
&c.. in oil, Chrome Green of every grade,
American, Chinese and Trieste iVrmilion. j
Ground and Bow’d Pumsce, Glues of all
grades, Fire Proof Paint, Ac., Ac.
Of all the articles in which we deal, we
are heavy holders and we invite anexamiua
tion of our large and attractive stock..
S A XT OS, WALK K & GO.. «{
No. 30 Iron Front,
oe 3 West Side Market Sqxare.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!!
AT F. KAltX’Sn.OTIUM; STORE.
No. 10 Main Street.
Look to your own interests and save at
least leper cent by buying your clothing at
F. A. K.MIX’S, he is now selling off the
balance of his Winter Stock at Cost, for
Cash only, and at the following low ju ices.
ltaglins from
Talmas do
Frock Over Coats
Sack do do
Cloaks
Dress do
Pants
Vest
1
to $18 00
to 18 00
18 00
14(H)
lf> 00
is oo
10 (.0
10 00
to
to
to
to
to
to
X. 13.—All kinds of Gentleman’s furnishing
Goods proportionally low—also, a good lot
of Superior Cloths. Cassi meres and Vestings,
which he will make at reduced prices and
warrant good trimming—make and tit or you
need not take them. Remember at
F. A. KARX'S, Xo. 10 Main Street.
JUST RECEIVED a full stock of
very line White Onion Setts -also a few
tree or Onion Buttons for sale bv
do 3_M. A. SANTOS, j
IEECHES—Just received a fresh sup- j
J ply of recently imported and healthy ;
Sweedish Leeches, for sale bv
octt M. A. SANTOS. 1
PURE WHITE LEAD Pure Zinc
White—Pure Zinc Lead.—We have the
Exclusive agency for several paint manufac
turers of established reputation, and are now i
prepared to furnish dealers w ith the above |
articles in any quantities.as low as they can be
bought iu New York or Philadelphia.
oc 3 KIX («' & TOV.
\iriIlSKEY —Kecdviii^ 200 bbls Com- j
> V niou Whiskey, GU do Thompson’s ohl i
Bariev, for sale by
oc LEPAGE BROS.
QWkHVO TOBACCO,—A superior
O article of Lvnehburg Smoking Tobacco, i
in barrels for sale bv KIN Li & TOY.
00 3
Beef. Pork and Uard—2 b a i r e 1 s
Family Beef for retail. ‘22 b a r r c 1 s
choice Mess Pork. 2 bbls. No. 1 Lard at re
tail, in store and for sale by
.f. E. JONES,
oc 4 No. 2 Campbell’s wharf.
UERRYDAYISPAIN KILLER,
A Hastings Liniment DeLirath’s Ellcctric
Oil. "|
Laraboe’sStimulating Liniment.
Arabian Liniment, Boses’ Pain Cure.
For sale wholesale and retail by
oc a T. J. COR NICK A CO.
Restaurants.
POWHATAN' HOUSC.
No. 112 at., Churrh below the National
It'>t el.
The subscribers have taken charge of !
this well known establishment, with the in- 1
tention of conducting; it on the most up- j
proved plan. 'flu* house has been put in j
complete order, fitted with new furniture, |
Ac., and every arrangement made for the
comfort of those who are desirous of patron- i
i/.ing a well kept public house.
The 11AR will be filled with the best of !
Liquors,Ac., and MEALS furnished at any !
time with every delicacy in season.
The finest Oysters our market affords will ;
be served up in any style desired,at the slior- :
test notice.
oe ;i RHEA A KARNES.
Coppersmith’s Tinware &c.
NEW STOVE AND TIN STORE.
WIIOIjESAIiK AM) RETAIL.
Constantly on hand at the Store
No. 7, East Wide Water St. j
A Large and well Selected Assort- |
MEXT OF
STOVES, HR ITT ANT A, JAPANNED |
AND TINWARE,
And/or sale at price* as low as they can be
ho in flit in the State.
npiIE SUBSCRIBER feels confident
JL that with strict and constant attention
to business and small profits, ho 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 ebowhere, 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, K. Wide Water st. iron Front,
oc H
FAT.I. STYLE 1857.
THE TEMPLE OF FASH
ION.
Xo. 7 MARKET SQUARE,
lei now in receipt of tin* most approved
style ofGentlemen’s SILK IIATS.
This Hat embraces all the modern improve
ments in tin* art of Silk Hatting. Your or
ders solicited.
K. II. STEVENS,
oc 3 Practical Hatter,
No. 7 Market square.
CENTRAL WIIARF.
Balls «fc Constable have in store and
for sale:
(100 bbls. fresh patent Lime,
300 do \V. City do,
200 do froMi Hosendale Cement,
100 do do Calcined Plaster,
150 do do Land do,
2 bales Plastering Hair,
150,000 Saw cm I Litlis,
5,000 Halt. Pressed Brick.
500,000 ordinary building do,
25,000 4 feet Oy press Pales,
20,000 5 do do do,
20.000 6 inch Cypress Fencing,
25.000 C do Yellow Pine do,
50,000 feet assorted Scantling,
30.000 do all heart 2\4 Harden Kail,
10,000 do sap and heart 2x4 do do,
15,000 do Hough I W inch Flooring,
50,000 do Dressed 1 Li do do, |
20,000 do do 1 do do, j
300 best quality Cedar Posts,
0,000 foot 114 inch heart Stopping,
100,000 best No. I heart Shingles, I
75.000 do do 2 sap and heart do,
50 bbls. Tar, 25 do Pitch. j
Together with an assortment of seasoned l
White Pine Cypress Oak, and Ash Lumber,
oc 3
A Gilberts Anti-liillious Pills for fam
ilv use. A hu ge and fresh
took for
sale wholesale and retail bv
T. .1. CORNICK. A CO.
rpO A R RI V E—Per brig Eaglet
A 75 bbls extra No 1 Cut Herrings
10 do No 1 Fat Ma'kerel
20 half do No l do do
27 drums New Hake Fish
4 do do Cod do
oc 3
13EURY HAYIN’
1 Mustang Liniment,
Oil, Arabian Linimei t.
for sale wholesale and retail bv
oc 3 t .i co it Sick & co
CARPET BAGS !
CARPET BAGS!!
CARPET BAGS!!!
17* N \MEI. Cloth Carpet Bags, old style,
-J Enamel Cloth Carpet Bags, Hothicstylo,
Enamel Leather Carpet Bags,
Venetian Carpet Bags,
Best Tapestry Carpet Bags old sly I•
lest Tapestn Carpet Bugs, Hothic style,
lest Wilt n Carpet Bags.
Euaiuel Pelleshes Bags of Leather and Cloth.
All the above are just tjom the manufac
turer. Our assortment is very large, includ
ing every possible style that is made.
L. L. BK1 OK HOUSE,
Nu. If, Ea*t Side Market So.
N or folk
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LEPAHE BROS. }
PAIN KILLER,
Dog ra til’s Electric
Hoses’ Pain C’urer,
/ \NGOOD S INDI A C II O L A GO
V * G C E—One of the beat known reme
dies for Ague and Fever. Sold wholesale
and retail bv T J COKXICK & CO.
/1LOVER AND OTHER GRASS
VJ SEED—My stock of Grass Seed, is now
very complete, having just received full sup
plies of Red and White* Dotcli Clover Seed.
Luc rue, Verds, Kentucky Blue, Orchard,
and Lawn Grass Seed, for sale at reasonable ;
prices by
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Gents Best Article of Dress Shoe I
made by the Celebrated
Workman,
LEONARD BEXKEBT, of Puir.Amti.ruiA. !
/^A pairs Mens Calf.Strap Shoes,
both medium ami Pump Sole,
.hi pairs Patent Oxford Ties, very thicksolos, :
tii) pairs Patent ami Kid Strap Shoes,
50 do medium swle Calf Congress Gaiters
with silk goving
06 pairs double sole Calf Gaiters, nailed bot
toms,
50 do Patent ami Kid Congress Gaiters.
All the above Shoes are the iinest dress
goods made, and just received per Adams A
Co’s Express.
oe 10 L. L. Bill Civ HOUSE.
Pit! MK 11 LTTE It retailing at :UJ t, good ;
-5 cts. by
oc 12 No. 2, Campbell’s wharf. !
Rates of AdTertiHiig.
special Notices.
1 square, 1 time, 7' c
I square, 10 lines or less, 1 wook, $ 8.00
I “ <• <♦ 2 “ 4.00
1 “ “ “ 1 month, 10.00
1 “ “ “ 1 year, 40.00
For each additional sqr, per annum, 10.00
For announcing Candidates for Of
fice, in advance, 5.00
Marriages and Deaths to bo published as news.
Obituaries, Fun.ral Notices, Ac., will he
charged as Other advertisement, and payment
required in ad anee.
All transient advertisement* to be paid in
advance.
Medical.
HAMl'TO,\\S TINCTHRK
II//./, VC HE V y,SEEPS! A.
Hampton’s Tincturo
Will cure Cough.
Hampton’s Tincture
Will euro Rheumatism.
Hampton’s Tincture
Will cure Nervous Headache.
Hampton’s Tincture
Will cure Neuralgia.
Hampton’s Tincture
Will cure Spinal Disease,
llaiypton’s Tincture
Will Invigorate.
Hampton’s Tincture
Will cure low Spirits.
HAMPTON’S TINCTURE
Wherevi r used has bee successful in curing
disease alter other remedies have failed.
For DISEASES OF WOMEN and CHIL
DREN ii is A GREAT REMEDY, and should
be used in everv family.
Jfit. WM. HIGH,
No. 95 South paca btkket, Baltimore,
Cured of Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and Ner
vous Disease.
MR. ED WIN Jf. SPR A KLIN,
No. *27 Register stubet, Baltimorh,
Most dreadful case of Scrofula of year#’
standing, lost a number of pieces* of
bone, restored to health.
MISS MARY SCOFIELD, Teacher,
No. 630 Baltimore st.
Iler case after years of suflering has aston
ished her friends. Let the aiflictcd
call to see her.
HEREDITARY SCROFULA.
A boy in the family of the Hon. W. P.
Thoina.-son, once a member of Congress from
Kentucky, was a mass of sores from head to
foot. His eyelids turned inside out, protru
ding over the eyeballs so as to produce blind
ness. He was cured by Hampton’s Vcceta
Die 1 nurture.
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DISEASE, Ac.
Mr. Win. Oldham, of Baltimore Custom
house, suffered from these complaints for 18
months, with body and mind severely effect
ed. lie was cured by Hampton’s Vegetable
Tincture, alter other things failed.
COUCH. CONSUMPTION, Ac.
Mr. llenry C. Winn had a cough for 5 years
—great weakness, etc.; had in all, five or six
physicians; tried all the remedies, but was
cured onlv bv
HA HP TUX'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE
Wc appeal to our best known Cit
izens.
lie offer no were mushroom article, but a
Medicine proved by thousands to be the
[p eat Inviyorutor and Restorer of the Sys
THE SUMMER—ITS DISEASES—TIIH
REMEDY AT HAND.
HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE
We have the strongest assurance of tho
good effects of this medicine in Cholera Mor
bus, Dinrrhcea, and Diseases of the Bowels
incident to the season.—It invigorates the
stomach and bowels, and renders the system
a great assistance in combating the approach
of indeed all forms of disease.
HAMPTON'S VEGETBALE TINCTURE
By its mild action on the stomach, liver and
kidney will cure Dyspepsia,Couyhs, Asthma,
Bronchial and Limy AjJections, Pains in the
Ha vie, Side and Breast, Consumption, Scro
f nlu. Rheumatism, Gout, Neuralyiu, i'istula,
Piles, Bowel Complaints, 11 arms and Nervous
Bcbilities, and all diseases arising from im
pure blood.
DELICATE CHILDREN,
One bottle will prove its superior virtue*
AS A FEMALE MEDICINE
Hampton’s Tincture cannot be excelled. A*
a beautifying agent it is far superior to any
of tin* cosmetics of the day, producing a
beautiful clear.skiw, and giving to the cheek*
the color of the rose, imparting to every mus
cle that life and elasticity which gives to ull
who enjoy health such grace and beautv.
Chronic or Periodical Nervous, or ’{Sick
Headache oflong standing has been cured by
it—as an iuvigorator and restorative, where
a gentle stimulant is wanted, we believe it
superior to all the cordials ever before tho
public, to the Youth and Old Aye, the Sin
gle and Married, we offer the most valuable
remedy.
>p&’- Cull and get pamphlets and see cure*
ol Houghs, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Dys
pepsia, Scrofula, Ac.
Sold by MORTIMER A MOWBRAY,
No. 240 Baltimore street.
.733"For sale by J. R. HATHAWAY, Nor
folk; .\. .1 \\ l EL I A MS A CO, Portsmouth,
and ARMSTEAD A CO., Mathews Court
House, and Druggists generally.
MORTIMER A MOtVBRAY,
No. 240 Baltimore street, Balt.
Groceries, &c.
An era in the history op
<U.\il‘BKJJ,’S VVI1AIvF.—150 Barrel*
of Whiskey. 10 Casks of the finest Brandy
in the city, Apple Brandy 10 years old. Old
Oil if Peach Brandy, ten years old. Besides
everything- that pertains to a complete anti
large assortments of goods, kept in a first
rate Grocery and Commission House. W«
would say to the Merchants of North Caro
lina, that we have on hand, a heavy stock of
goods, which vve 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 none in this city.
Give us a call at No. 9, Campbell’*! WFrwrf.
WM, VESEY.
Dealer in foreign and Domestic Liquuus,
Ski; aks, and (xicockuils, in general.
I ON DON DOCK BRANDY.
-lJ *J(J half Casks TAYLOR'S CELEBRAT
ED LONDON DOCK. BRANDY, in stor#
and for sale by
BURRUSS & BRO.,
No a Wide Water »St., Iron Buildiug.
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CLARET!
CLARET!!
CLARET!!!
ITnO LASKS St. .1 ulienami KstepUClaret,
l^V/ just received by
BU RRUSS & PRO.,
No 5 Wide Water street, Norfolk.
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TVT OT1CE.— I respectfully a mounce ~to>
IN my numerous friends and* acquaintances,
and to the Citizens of Norfolk and vicinity
in general, that 1 have opened anes\.t NOTH
ING WAREHOUSE. Gentleman’s Furnish
ing Establishment, under the name of ••Union*
Hall,” at No ‘24, East Main street; where L
shall constantly keep on hand a triill assort
ment of all, and every kind of goods in. tin*
above line. Having purchased, raoafi nr
stock for cash, and from head quartKr®, r
1 flatter myself to be an able tin avll ' N
sidectcd stock of well finished! wood j’
liricvv »s w ill gfU'i.nti'u .a:i. ' ":* 1
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