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Why Don't you Call in to
J. M. Freeman’s Store,
AN D LOO K si t his splendid stock C
<»t rich sets of (.-oral Cameos, V
Lavas, Garnet Ac*. Also his stock &V*
of tine Watches—Chatelaines, Brooches, ana
Rings. Diamond and Seal Rings, bracelets,
\ccklacc*. '1 Limbless, Crosses, bosom and
sleeve buttons,Lockets,Keys Guards and vest
Chains, studs, breastpins of cameo and pearl,
silver forks, spoons, cream, pie and bridal
knives, ladles and sugar spoons, goblets
tumblers and cups, fuel knives, butter knives,
cream and jelly spoons, fish knives and forks,
napkin rings, table tea and dessert spoons.
Coffee and egg spoons, waiters, rich plated
ton sets, waiters, goblets, urns, forks and
spoons, 1 attics and tongs, tu ns and pitchers,
sugar and butter dishes, salt stands and
spoons, easier? and wire bottles in sets, egg
boilers, tea kettles, waiters, fruit and cake
baskets, butter knives and sugar tongs, card
cases and porte monnies, with a host of other
things.
Always on hand a large lot of steel, gold,
silver and shell spectacles and eye glasses, to
suit all ages. Gold pens and pencils silver
pencils with gold pens, gold dish pens. In fact
it you wish to purchase there is no store on
Main street so fully supplied as J. M. FREE
MAN'S—and for the ready cash vou can
buy everything low. ‘ * no 18
ROBERTS CO..
TV ROANOKE SQUARE,
Are now prepared with a large and complete
assortment of Cooking, Parlor, Ollice. Church
and Factory Stoves, for Wood and Coal
comprising over thirty different patterns,
many of them entirely new. to which they
solicit the attention of buyers, as they will
find it the best selected stock it has yet been
their pleasure to offer to the public and upon
terms that will give satisfaction.
Tin, Copper, Brass. .Japaned and Hollow
Ware, Tin Roofing, Gutters and Copper
Works of all kinds done in a superior man
ner, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Sheet Zinc, Wire,
Ac.
Pumps of all the most approved patterns,
Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Ac., Kthcrial Oil by
the bbl, and at retail. An examination of
their stock is respectfully solicited which
they are determined to otter to cash or
prompt paying customers on the most liberal
terms.
no 26_\VM. I). ROBERTS, Jr. A CO.
For Philadelphia.
EVERY THURSDAY AT 12. M.,
THE Union Steamship Co.’s Steamers
City of Richmond, (’apt. Mit
chell, Pennsylvania, Capt. Teal, and
Virginia, Capt. Room.
One of these steamships will leave Higgins’
wharf Norfolk for Philadelphia every Tiirus
day at 12 o’clock, M., until further notice.
Passage $6, berths and meals included.
For freight or passage apply to
T. P. CltOW EIjL, Agent,
no 16 Higgins’ wharf, Norfolk.
Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!!
IUST RECEIVED 40 bbls urggi '
pJ Superfine and Extra FLOUR |
at the Flour Store No. T, Union St.
no 20 E. A. ABBOTT.
TIN COPPER AND STOVE DEPOT. 1
No. O, Union Street.
WE would respectfully inform our ^
friends and the public generally
that we have taken the Store No. 6,
Union Street, and have on hand a large and
complete assortment of all goods in our line,
such as plain and Japanned Tin Ware,
Rrittania and Planished Ware, side and sus
pending Camphine Lamps, Glass and lirit
tania Fluid Lamps, Fluid and Camphine
Wicks, Plain and Fancy Coal Hods, Also
Stoves of every variety, of which we keep
constantly on hand a large assortment fin
cooking or Warming purposes, which we
purchase of the best manufacturers in the
Country, and warrant to sell on as good 1
terms as any house in the State. Come and
judge for yourselves.
Roofing Gutters and Pipes for buildings
and Job Work of all kinds done in the most
substantial manner.
Copper Work for Steamboats, Mills Ac,
attended to with dispatch. Look out for
KEEFE & STORY’S,
Tin Copper and Stove Depot,
no 13 No. 6, Union Street.
IJeterson’s Magazine For January—
A has come to hand, and is a beautiful No. |
•Now is the time to subscribe for 1858. Hand
in your subscriptions to
J. R. HATHAWAY,
de 10 No. 27, East Main Street.
NOTICE.
CHANGE OF HOCK,
iiml after THURSDAY irw. (
i -vt, Doc., 3rd, the Haiti- .e ’N-U ^51
mure Steam Packets will leave Hunters
Wharf Norfolk, at 4>r,' o’clock, P. M.
del W. A. LOWELL, Agent.
NOTICE.
ALL PEltSONS intlcbtcd to the un
dersigned are hereby notitied that their
accounts must be settled by tin- 1st January
ls:.H or they will be placed in the hands of
an oiticcr Cor eolltfljtion.
dc y . WM. KOLSO-'.i A SON.
GEO. W. DKV & CO.
A I'O THECARIKS AND DRUGGISTS.
No. I), Miiin Street,
Omism: M.vitKci' SgrauK, Norfolk Va,.
KEEP CONSTANTLY on hand a
large and complete stock of pure and
reliable
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines,
Perfumery,
Fancy Articles Ac, Ac.
Which they oiler on as good terms as am
other house.
ps.S" Physicians proscriptions neatly and
accurately compounded. de U
" CLOTHINU r CLOTHING !
New Fall and Winter Stock
AT T1IE
Norfolk Hall of Fashion,
No. 16, Main Street Norfolk Va.
THE subscriber would respectfully in
form the citizens of Norfolk and vicinity
that he is now opening a very large and hand
some stock of
Pall and Winter Clothing.
Being myself the manufacturer I have spared
no pains in making this the largest and best
assorted, as well as the cheapest stock ever
before ottered in this or any other market in
the State. I am determined to sell on the
most Reasonable terms, advocating the maxim
of quick sales and small profits. I have also
a first rate stock of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
Including all the latest variety of style and
quality necessary to complete a full and per
fect wardrobe.
YOUTH’S AND BOY’S CLOTHING.
Adapted to the ages ol 4 to 1G years at the
usual verv low prices.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTINGS,
Which will be made up to order on accom
modating terms with our usual promptness
and despatch. Satisfaction guaranteed in all
cases or no sale. Persons wanting Clothing
ready made or made to order would do well
to give me a call.
OC 14 It D CLIFTON. 1
Baltimore Advertisements.
W. J. HOOPER & CO.
Corner of South nml Pratt Street
BALTIMORE.
MA N L' FACTl’ERS of ma
chine made netting for tishing
nets, seines anil other purposes also trilling and
seine wine corks, leads Ac., tishing rope of
every variety, and of superior quality made
expressly for fishing purposes.
J- -'■'** Rerson wanting a seine of a particu
lar depth, or tapered, would confer a favor j
by giving timely notice beforehand, as it is
impossible t. have on hand all the kinds
which may be wanted: seines hung and tarred
in a thorough manner.
TANMNt AM) TAltRING.
VV e have a building and apparatus pur
posely for Steam Tanning and Tarring such
Netting as may be wanted thus prepared.
By jets of steam we force the Tan and Tar
into the body of the Twine, and make the
process much more effectual for preserving
the Net than the ordinary method.
Rum auks.—It is always desirable to avoid
danger of delay, to have the orders for net
ting sent us some tim before it is wanted. It
is impossible to anticipate the wants of all,
and we should be pleased to have orders by
mail or otherwise, which we will till exactly
in compliance with the wants of the customer.
Estimates of cost of Seines, any length or
depth, will be sent by mail on application,
oc 3—lv ‘ W. J. II. A CO.
PHILIP KRAUS
Glass Painter and Stainer,
L^RESCO A sign painter, and Manufacturer
A of all kinds of raised letters, corner of
Mercer and Grant street, between Light and
Calvert, Baltimore, Md.
STENCILS cut to order at the short
est notice. oc 3
JACOB BARICKMAN.
MANUFACTURER OF
DECOY DUCKS, SWANS AND GEESE,
TT.EE PS constantly on hand or make to
.LV order his improved open-'work barrel
CHURN, CEDAR WORK, BATHING TUBS, At’.,
Wholesale and Retail,
No. 200 east Baltimore St. (near Caroline)
Baltimore. oc 3
Millinery &c.
Pall ami Winter Paris fashions.
w -WZX I
1 W O U L D RESPECTFULLY
A inform my friends, customers and flu* sur- i
roundini»- country, that I have returned from
the North with the finest collection of all
kinds of Alilinery Goods that it has ever been
my privilege to present to the public.
CONSISTING OF
Evei v color and Grade of Plain and Uncut
Velvets,
Silks, Godes and Satins,
Feathers of all colors and quality,
Best French and American Flowers,
Bonnets of all descriptions for ladies and
children,
TOGETHER WITH
The handsomest assortment of Ribbons
that can be found elsewhere—all of which I
am prepared to make to order in the neatest
and most fashionable styles and on the most
REASONABLE TERMS.
M v collection oj Pattern Bonnets which is
verv extensive, will be opened on MON D A V
NEXT, the 19th, to which the attention of
the Ladies are particularly invited.
MRS. 0. E. SWANK.
No. 49, Church St.
oc* 17 2 doors North of Manouic Hall.
For the Clergy*
JD. (xllISELJN J R, is just in ivcvip
• . ofthe following, new and valuable The
ological and Religious Works, to which h<*
would call the special attention of Clergy
men.
An Anah tical exposition of the Epistle to
the Romans, By John Brown I). I).
The work is said to he the most profound
exegisis of Romans ever made.
The Knowledge of God. Objectively con
sidered, Bv liobt, J. Breckenridge I). 1).
L L. 1).
A remarkable production, and bears on every
page the stamp of the prodigious Intel
lect that produced it.
A Translation and Commentary on tho
Psalms, By Augustus Tholuch 1). I).
A commentary on the Acts of the Apostles,
By .J. Addison Alexander 1). I).
Expository Thoughts on the Gospels,Mathew,
By Rev. J. C. Ryle, Christ Church, Ox
The Life and Epistles of St. Paul, an invalu
able work to a Clergyman. By Cony
beare and llowton.
The Parabolic Teaching of Christ. By Rev.
I). T. K Drummond 13. A.
The Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures. By
Win. Lee, M. A., Fellow and Tutor of
Trinity College.
Essays and Reviews, being selections from
the Princeton Review. 13y Chas. Hodge
1). I).
Bacon’s Essays, with Annotations. Bv Arch
bishop Wheatley.
Hand Book of the Bible. By Joseph Angus
D. I). *
Mornings and Evenings with Jesus, a series
of Devotional readings. Bv Rev. Win.
Jay of Bath.
Scripture Characters. Bv R. S. Candlish,
J). I).
ALSO,
A few copies of the* Oxford Edition of the
Greek Testament, hound in English Calf !
and Muslin.
With many other valuable anti important
Books.
.lust received and for sale by
oc/2-; .). 1). GHISEEIN', Jr. Agent. |
GLOVES.
Ladies’ and Gents’ best1
lyvf quality White, Colored and b>k Kid j
Gloves, at a reduction from former prices.
t Our entire Stuck olSilk and other Fancy '
Woods, at still lower prices to close nut.
Staple Goods at much below market price,
de 5 WM. T. STEWART & 00.
NO T 1 C E TO NORTHERN
TRAVELLERS via Seaboard
Road At Hay Line. The large and
splendid steamer 1. O U 1 S I A \ A and
NORTH CAROLINA, now in
. line order, and having- unsur
passed accommodation!). will leave Hunter’s
Wharf, foot of New Castle street, every
Evening (Sunday's excepted,) as follows : '
The Louisiana, Captain Geo. W. Russell,
on Mox11av,*Wnnxks11ay, Punuv, and Port
smouth on the arrival of the Southern Cars.
The Nor i ii Caiioi.ina, Capt. James Can
non, on Ti:i:sdav, fhhiisdav, Sah huav, at
the same time, arriving in Haltimore in time
for all the Northern and Western trains.
7^5 Thlough 1 iekets to he obtained on
board for Washington, Philadelphia and New
York.
oe 3 W. A. LOWELL, Agent.
Certificate from Rev. A. M. Hall
of Virginia Conference.
'PHIS is to certify, that I have used, and
1 seen used, Jordan’s Vegetable Cough
Cnnilv. and from my own experience. taTo
at pleasure in reeoinmending it as a s'ufe
and pleasittit ivmedt for diseas-s oi the throat
and lungs, and olhrt- proximate atliirtions.
A. .M. HALL,
•le 1 Of Va. Conference.
Furniture.
$10,000 TOWst
h'V itM
„ , - K K
CE1VEI) AT A. A. GWALTXEY A CO’S.,
Xo. 12 Main Stu'si-:t, Xokfoi.k, Va.
Consisting; of Mahogany, Walnut anti
Painted Bureaus, with and without Marble.
Sideboards with and without Marble, Side.
Center and Rout Tables, of Mahogany and
Walnut, with and without Marble, Mahoga
ny. Walnut and Painted Wardrobes. Cot
tage Setts, with and without Marble. Ma
hogany, Walnut and Cherry Writing Desks,
Secretarys and Book ('uses. Mahogany, Par
lor. Rooking, Easy and Ladies Sewing Chairs.
Mahogany and (lilt Looking Classes, Office
and Cabin Stools, Tote a Totes, Sofas and
Lounges, in "great variety. Cotton, Shuck
and 11 air Mattresses, Cane Seat, Parlor,Rock
ing ar.d Dining Chairs, of all qualities, and
prices, Mahogany, Walnut, Octagon, Jenny
Lind, French. Elisabethean and Washington
Bedsteads. Tin Safes, Walnut and Extension
Tables. Walnut, Cherry and Pine Tables,
Mahogany and Walnut Washstands, with
and without Marble, Pine Washstands,
Toilet Tables, Saloon Tables, Reading Tables
and Light Stands, Cribs, Cradles, Clocks,
Foot Stools, Piano Stools, Towel Racks,
Clothes Driers, Children’s Carriages, and all
articles usually found in a Furniture Store.
To all of which we would respectfully invite
the attention of all persons in want of Furni
ture, assuring all who will favor us with a
call that nothing shall be wanting on our
part to please in quality and in price, articles
manufactured and repaired at short notice.
To our friends, customers and the public
generally, we would return our heartfelt
gratitude for their very liberal patronage,
and hope by strict attention to business, and
a fixed determination to please, to merit and
receive a continuation of their favor.
X. B. All undertaking entrusted to us
will be attended to with neatness and dis
patch, and on the most reasonable terms.
A. A. GWALTXEY A CO.,
oc 3 Xo. 12 Main street, Norfolk, Va.
VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY OF
CABINET FURVITUUG,and Atm.xr
for NUNN & CLARKE’S CELEBRATED
PIANO PORT PS.
LEWIS SALES II Eli)',
Non. 5(1 (nut 60 Main *tnrl, Norfolk, \'u.
It is settled beyond doubt, tlmt we are
selling lower than any other house in the
South. Ths subscriber invites the attention
of purchasers of Furniture to his stock non
in store, and to which daily additions are non
being made, consisting of
Rosewood Mahogany and Black Walnut Bit
reaus, with and without glasses and marble
tops, Secretaries, Marbletop Wash Stands,
Centre, Sofa, Side & Work Tables, Painted
Furniture,' Toilet Tables, Commodes What
Nots, Hall Stands, Stuffed, Easy, Rocking
and Parlor Chairs, Conches, ’ Bedsteads.
Sofas, Tete-a-tetes, Divans, Ottomans,
Window Seats, Crickets, Wardrobes. Card
Tables, Mirrors, as well as all kinds of
Cane and Wood Work.
ALSO,
White and Grey live Geese Feathers, both
kiln dried and in the original packages,
Common Feathers, Hair, Palm, Leaf and
Straw Matresses, Glass Plates, Wooden and
Willow Ware, Clocks, Castors, Knob’s, Ac,
We would also call attention of the public
to Robinson’s Patent Bed Sofas, for which
we have the agency. Thev are the best ar
tiele of the kind in use, both as regards the
work and convenience, being less complicat
ed and making a wider bed by four inches
than other kinds, more than all this, they
are sold for dollars less. The dealers in
Furniture will find here as full an assortment,
and at as low prices, ns in any establishment
in the South or elsewhere.
UNDERTAKING.
Every atteniou paid to this branch of our
business, being constantly supplied with COP
FINS of every description, both Metallic,
Mahogany and other kinds. Immediate dis
patch given to all orders by mail,
oc !i
Good Things.
I / j Kegs best Butter, S kegs good quality
Id retailing at 25cts, ’25 bags' new Buck
wheat, l bid Golden Syrup, just received and
for sale by ' .IAS. E. JONES,
oc 28
JAS. E. JONES, has just received a
nice article of Table Butter, which he
sells at 25 ets. Come and try some,
oc 20
NEW YORK LEDGER
/•’Off OCTOBEU
Received to-dnv.
oc 22
At
HAT11AWA
31st.
Y’S.
JAS. E. JON ES, has on hand a line lot
of nice new Baltimore city curd hams,
for sale low. Also a lew breast pieces Bacon,
which seems to suit every body, and western
sides and shoulders. Come and see me.
oc 20
A NOTH ER Grand arrival at the old es
tablished house, No. 13, Market sq., of
seasonable and fashionable goods of many dif
ferent kinds, viz Gents Scotch Walking
Shoes, Double sole Calf Oxfords, Heavy Call’
Hunting Boots. Double Heavy do, Dress
French Calf do, Farmers Heavy ilip Boots,
Shoes and Brogans, Men’s heavy Army Bro
gans.
oc 14 F. W. SEA BURY & SON.
ER AND OTHER GRASS
D—My stock of Grass Seed, is now
very complete, having just received full sup
plies of Red and White Dutch Clover Seed
Lucerne, V'erds, Kentucky Blue, Orchard,
and Lawn Grass Seed, for sale at reasonable
prices by
oc 3
flLOVI
1^ SEE
M A SANTOS.
CARPET li VCS !
CARPET BAGS!!
CARPET BAGS!!!
Ip NAM EL Cloth Carpet Bags, old style,
u Enamel Cloth Carpet Bags,' Gothic style.
Enamel Leather Carpet Bays,
Venetian Carpet Bags, ”
Best Tapestry Carpet Bags old style,
Best Tapestry Carpet Bags, Uotliic style,
Best Wilt, n Carpet Bags” '
Enamel JVlleshes Bags of Leather and Cloth.
All the above are just from the manufac
turer. Our assortment is very lara-e includ
ing every possible style that is made
L. L. BliICKHOl SE,
No. 1), East Side Market Sq.
1,0 11 Norfolk, Va.
JC S 1 RECEIVED a full stock of
very hue \\ bite Onion Setts—also a few
tree or Onion Buttons for sale by
*» ;l M. A. SANTOS.
Look out for the
-VAMP Yut(K UilHiElt.
\\ ith a -j'iendid New Story by S\ Ivanus
Cobb, Jr., ■■ lhe Pioneer Patriot.”
Call at 27. East Main street. oe 1(1
VTorfolk Mule Institute, Corner of
-1 ’ Marsh and Eencliurcli streets.—The ex
ercise ot this School will be resumed on
luesduy, the lath o] September, and con
tinue until the lath of July, 1858, making a
term of ten months.
TERMS PER QUARTER op .MONTHS.
Seoer, t'l.i—- $ln (JO
Junior ; ;,()
I'reueh Extra 7, w,
Piiiiicni' •u iii : |\ in advance,
t »n- tui tli, i {mi11ic\ la.- - cutalogue,which
may be bail ii ih h.j-.u s'oies.
•JAM KS SOI i’liUATK, Jk.,
oc ^ Principal.
Dry Goods.
i>i:y goods.
!•■ r, O O l> G O O I) ,t t o.
AltH OPK.VIN'G
rur.ut PAM. STUCK.
KMBRACING
One of the largest Varieties ever
offered in Norfolk,
/CONSISTING IN PART OF
Vy Splendid Silk Robes,
Splendid Robes t’Quille,
Beautiful Bayadere Silks, rich colors,
Kich Plaicl's'ilks,
Bayadere Silks—heavy, at $1 25,
Plain Colored Silks, pretty colors and !
quality, •
Rich Robes in Cashmers,
“ “ “ Merino,
lie anti ful Robes A’Quille,
u 11 i{ Muselin,
Robes DeChambre,
French DeLaines in most beautiful de
signs and colors,
Ducats, in all qualities,
Figured and Plain French Merinos,
Rich French Calicos,
“ “ and Mouselins for Children—
very pretty,
Plaid Poplins—high colors and beautiful j
quality,
Black Silks in every variety, and at any
price.
MOURN I XU. ITALIAN, Ac.
Cloaks of tin; latest- Fall styles,
Velvet and Moire Antique,
Cloth Cloaks in full assortment,
Drab Cloth Cloaks or Dusters,
Rich Chenille Shawls,from SI*,00 to$50,
00.
Beautiful Figured and Plaid Wool
Shawls,
Stella Shawls and Scarfs,
Broche do do do
Chenille Scarfs for Neck,
White and Colored Crape Shawls,
Fine Thread Laces and Insertings,
Lace Collars.
Lace Setts,
Beau ifully Fmbroided French Setts,
A new article in Marseilles Setts,
French Worked Collars,
Cambric and Muslin Collars at all prices,
With every article embraced in tin* Kin
broidery department.
Kmbroidered, Hemstiched ami Plain
lldkfs.
Colored and Black Bordered do
oct II BLOODGOOD A CO.
NEW FALL AND WINTER DRV
GOODS.
S[TEW ART CO., respectfully nn
' nounce to their friends and the public
that they have just opened a new and beau
tiful assortment of Rich Dress and Fancy
Goods, to which the\ invite the attention of
purchasers. The Stock consists in part as
follows :
Dress (roods and Embroideries,
Rich Silk Robes of new styles and patterns,
do Striped and Plaid Silks,
do Byndon and Brocade Robes,
Plain Poult de Sori and Glacia Silks,
Silk Robes de Aquilla,an entirely new article,
Rich Black Brocade and Armure Silks,
Plain black silks of every quality,
Rich Mouslins and Cashmere Robes,
Pl. i i Moudins and French Merrinos,
Rich French Worked Dollars and Bands,
Rich French Worked Setts and Sleeves,
Cambric and Muslin Setts at all prices,
Cambric and Swiss Embroideries,
Infants Worked Capes and Bodies,
Rich Embroidered lidkt's
Lupins black Bombazines and Mousl ins,
| Black Tamese and Alpacas,
Black Mourning Silks, .
! Black Merrinos and Worsted Satin Dechene,
! Black and White Crape Collars and Setts,
MISCELLANEOUS,
Black and Colored Cloths and Cassimers,
Black and Colored Silks and Vestings,
Heavy Sattinetts and Tweeds,
j Fine Whitney and Common Blankets,
I Heavy Druggett and Baize,
W bite and Colored Flannels at all prices,
White and Colored Canton Flannels,
Tickings, Kerseys and Osnaburgs,
Bleached A brown Shirtings and Sheetings,
Servants Clothing of every kind,
Black Fancy Prints in great variety,
Cotton, Silk and Worked Hosiery,
Irish Linens and Linen Sheeting, all widths,
Bleached & brown Table Damask.
W. P. STEWART & CO,
No. 25, Main St,
oc 3—ts
Boots and Shoes.
Vl:RY LOW PRICES —Ladies heel
T Ian Gaiters $1.37)4—the former price
\vm Si.75; Ladies slippers G2e, worth 75c;
Children’s Gaiters 5fic, worth 7ac; Ladies Mo
rocco Gaiters $1.25, worth $1.60; Ladies Tan
and llrown Loots at $1.25—they are elegant
Philadelphia make, worth $1.50. Now, those
goods are the very thing for two months to
come, Init after that time will not sell very
last, so you see our reason for our almost giv
ing them away. We do not want to keep
them for another season. Don’t fail, Ladies,
to call and look at them. Terms cash.
1JDTT & DOUGLAS,
No. 82 High street, Portsmouth, and
oc 3 45 Main street, Norfolk, Va.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF SHOES.
THE following kinds of Shoes we have just
received to sell for the cash.
Gents CalfSkin Shoes,
Gents Patent Oxford Ties,
Gents Patent Pumps,
Womens large size Morocco Bootees,
Ladies brown col’d Morocco Slippers for
75c.
We have also a fine lot of Childrens ancle
tics with beautiful Rosetta, Fancy Bootees
and Tiped for Children, also Ladies Tiped
Bootees, Black Tan and Brown colored, with
a splendid lot of Gaiters, different colors, and
received hut a short time ago. You may
depend upon it, it will be to your interest to
give us a call when vou wish to buy, (for the
cash.)
BUTT & DOUGLASS,
No. 45, Main street Norfolk, and 82 High
street Portsmouth, Va. oc 3
Books, rooks,
At ,1. It. HATHAWAY’S.
MOSS-SIDE. By Marion llarland, author
of Alone. $1,25.
GLUTS, liv the author of Initials. $1.25.
THE PLANTER'S DAUGHTER. A Tale
of Louisiana. By Miss A. E. Dupuv. 1,25.
MORMON1SM: Its Renders and Designs.—
By Elder llvde, of the Mormon Church.—
1,26,
FltESII FERN LEAVES, By Fanny Fern.
75 cents.
Bella Trelawney, or Time Works Wonders.
By .1. F. Snath, Esq.
London Lancet, for October, 1857. $5 a year.
X. York Journal, October. cts. a No.
Ladies’ Journal of Fashion, Oct. 15 cents. 1
b rank Leslie’s New Family Magazine, Oct. ,
25 cents. A cheap magazine.
Xick-Xax, for October. 12)4.
Yankee Notions, for Oct. 12)4
Harper, for October. 25 cents.
Godey, do. 25 •<
Graham, do. 25 “
Eclectic, do, 50 “•
A'Fg..Look out for Counterfeits and Broken
dunks, and get a Detector for October
Pixels.
&8L.**cb'iol Books. ■ Parents, Guardians,
Children and others having to purchase am
ui tide in the School Book or Stationery line
would consult their own interest bv giving
u» a call as we are selling School Books lorn
er than any other Store in this Pitt.
Call at No. 27, East Main Street.
Hatters.
JI
NOTICE.
IRETURN my thanks to mv kind triends
for their liberal patronage, and 1 would
also remind them that 1 have just returned i
from the north with a full assortment of :
goods of all kinds, that is kept in a well re- j
gulated hat store. My fall style of silk hat
is unsurpassed in beauty, neatness and dura
bility, north or south, and those that want a
neet and handsome hat, will do well to leave
their orders at J. D. Reed’s, No 5, Market
square.
Hurrah! Hurrah !!
Hold your horses, and stop their speed,
1 have goods enough, for all in need ;
1 am always found at my post,
And i alone, can supply a host,
Over many in th*s town—
J. D. Reed, has won renown
For selling goods as cheap and fair,
As any one on Market square.
So hold your horses, o’er hill and plain,
Accept our thanks and call again;
Among our assortment you’ll always find,
Moods to fit and plea.se your mind.
We are on hand, and always willing, ^
To sell our goods and earn a shilling.
So hold your horses when you come this way
As we will be glad to see you any day.
MY HAT Came from J. D.
REED’S, JYo. 5 East side of
Market Square,
NORFOLK VA.
MV HAT FEELS COMFORTABLE.
DOES IT? THEN I’LL BUY
ONE.
piT* Home-made Hats, by .J. D. REEl),
No. 5 East side of Market Square, Nor
folk, Va., where 1 shall be pleased to see
my Customers and Friends, and assure them
that no pains will be spared to please them,
oc 3
New Buckwheat Flour Cheap.
BAGS Buckwheat flour in nice order
and for sale low by
no 17 .JAS. E. JONES.
50
Cheap Things.
BACON—Balt, breast pieces 10% cts
per lb,
Balt, sides back bone taken out 17 cts per
lb.
Balt, shoulders 15 cts per lb,
do do per 100 lb 14 cts per lb,
SU6A R County Sugar 14 cts per do
A do 13 do do do
C do 12 do dodo
Bright brown 11 do dodo
MOLASSES—Best quality molasses02 cts
per gallon,
Good do do 50 cts
per gallon,
And an assortment of fine family Groceries,
which we are willing to sell at low ju ices,
no 17 GEO. K. GOODRIDGE.
Chemicals, Ac—Prussic Acid, Chern
Pure NitricSulph, and Muriatic Acids,
Valer Ammonia, Chlorate Potass, Tannin
Strontia, Muriate and Nitrate, Veratria,
Strychnia, Morphia, Iodine Peperine, Sali
cliine Atropia, Cadmium, Ac.
oc 24 M. A. SANTOS.
No. 1 LARD OIL.
I have just received from Cincinnati a few
barrels No. 1 Lard Oil, a prime article.
Also in store p large stock of Sperm. Solar,
Fish, Rosin and Linseed Oils, which 1 offer
at fair prices, wholesale and retail.
•QC U M A SANTOS.
Cloaks, Silks and Shawls.
WE have a very large stock of very su
perior Velvet and Cloth CLOAKS ;
Fancy Dress Silks at all prices embracing
Robes Dequille, and liounced Robes. Also, a
very superior assortment of Chenille, Stella,
Bay state and other SHAWLS and SCARFS;
which, together with our verv heavy stock
of Staple Goods; we are selling very low
for cash or to punctual customers on short
credit.
oc 17 WM. P. STEWART & CO.
Butter aiul Buc k w h e at—Real
Simon Pure Orange County Butter and
Genuine Pennsylvania Buckwheat,' for sale
by GEORGE K. GOODRIDGE,
oc 27 No. 6, Campbell’s wharf.
Pulverized Sugar at 123^ cents’per
pound, for sale by
WM.‘ bolsom a son,
(,c 27 No. 3, Campbell’s wharf.
India Rubbers—Ladies’ Misses and
Chi'drens Sandals over Shoes and Bus
kins. Gent’s, Boy’s and Youths do do Boots,
just the article for this kind of weather.
Please call in at No. h, Market square, we
are offering great inducements for cash now.
oc 27_ L. I.. BRICKHOUSE.
Ladies Best Article Heel Con
gress very thick soles.
O A pi'*1- Ladies best English lasting black
lieel Congress Gaiters,
24 do Ladies English lasting Tan Con
gress heel Gaiters,
24 do Misses English lasting Tan Con
gress heel Gaiters,
24 do do black Congress heel Gaiters.
All the above are very thick soles.
50 prs black English lasting Gaiters,
Mediam soles heel to lace without tips.
Please call at No. 0, East Side Market square,
oc 28 L. L. BRICKHOUSE.
& & & iS JS B
m
1 cfiuilT,
oo 27
Quilted Bottom Boots.
WE have just received a new and
handsome supply of these well
tried and superior style of HOOTS,
which are just the thing for this cold damp
weather. Gentlemen who consult economy
or value their health, are invited to call and
examine them
F. W. 8EABURY & SON,
_No. 13, Market Square.
Onion Setts.—White Onion Setts and
lied Onion Huttons, on hand by
oc 24 M. A. SANTOS.
Cl>ot Fish Retailing 10 for 1214 cts.
O for sale hy JAS. E. JONES,
oc 28
Breast Bacon, Hams, do in store,
and for sale by JAS. E. JONES,
oc 28
JAS. E. JONES, has a lino lot of Fresh
Meal. Come and buy. oc 20
notice!
WM. P STEWART Jk CO will
give goods for all Virginia Hank notes
except the Trans-Allcghanian Kanawha
bank. All North Carolina Rank notes, not
excepting Farmers Hank of Elizabeth City,
but cannot be expected to give specie change
ior any notes that will not deposit in bank
here. WM. P. STEWART & CO.
. oc 5
I AND WARRANTS.
-H L A Li WA HHANTS OF ALL
sizes constantly wanted, far which the* high
t-st Cush prices will be paid by
octa—1 y M. HURLEY,
West side Market square.
HOIC’E Corned Rot*?, retailing at
oc 12 ' JAS. R. JO l'S.
Miscellaneous.
JOB PRINTING.
IN AM, ITS V Vl.lKTV AND |;M
cut lei > ix nn: n:ur/iEST!<rti-K.
AND AT THE LU WEST PRICES F0/\
CASH.—We invite the attent ion of the bus!
ness community, and all classes of the peoph
to the very extensive resources in Type, Ma
terial, Presses, Ac., now in use in our
JOB PRINTING OF FICE,
Ni>. 27 EAST MAIN STREET, \'OTlFOI,k, VA.
Supplied without regard to cost for the un
equalled dispatch, and the beauty, neatness
and permanent superiority of every kind ol
ORNAMENTAL AND PLAIN PRINTING
and having competent workmen steadih
employed, and every facility for conduct
ing the business, we are prepared to do al
kinds of Printing at very short notice, an
,for reasonable prices. All kinds of Printing
required by
Brokers,
l-au vers,
Kail road Companies
Forwarders,
Merchants,
Storekeepers,
Cir cusses,
Concerts,
Parties,
Weddings, Ac.
Banks,
Insurance Offices,
Steamboats,
Shippers,
Physicians,
Mechanics-,
Theatres,
Museums,
Exhibitions,
Balls,
Funerals.
^ Having me of the best FAST JOB PRES
SES n '-.v !.: use in this country, we are pre
pared to do all work entrusted to our care ir
the most expeditious manner, and feelinc
confident of our ability to give satisfactioi
to all, both in price and quality of workman
ship, and to make it the interest of all win
deal with us, we again invite the public t(
call and examine specimens at
JNO. R. HATHAWAY’S
Cheap Job Printing Ofiice,
No. 27 East Main street.
oc 3—tf
r^lieap Sugars—All grades of refiner
Sugar cheap, choice Brow n Sugar, re
tailing as low as 10 cents, for sale by
oc28 _ ,J AS. E. JON ES.
Pork, Bacon and Butter.—is bbT
prime Mess Pork; 50 pieces in bbls aw
raging 4 lbs each, making 200 lbs.
2,500 lbs Western side and shoulder Bacon
5 Tubs Glades^Butter, new and fresh, i;
store and for sale low by
JAS. E. JONES.
' c 3 No 2, Campbells Wharf.
THE ADAMS «fe CO’S Express
Have just brought us a Trunk Iron
Philadelphia containing Ladies’ Fine Shoes
viz :
Ladies Thin Sole Jt Cloth Gaiters,
do do Morocco Boots,
dr> do Jenny Lind do
•' ‘ Thick Buskins,
Also it iew pairs Misses Goat and Morocc
Boots,
oc 16
F. W. SEABURY A SON.
W";r
READ THIS.
now prepared to sell you all kind
11 0 0 T S AND SHOE S,
for winter wear, at a very low price, for tin
Cash.
It is useless for us to name the many differ
ent kinds that we have, but only say to you
we have taken the greatest pains to select tin
very best and cheapest that we could tind
and arc confident we can suit nearly every
one who may give us a call. We have
Ladies Shoes of nearly every kind,
Gent’s Hoots, Shoes, Gaiters and Ties, thick
and thin,
Boys Boots, “ “ “ “
Youths “ “ « “ “
Misses Shoes of nearly every description.
Childrens Shoes in abundance,
Thick Brogans, Dutch Boots, and leathe
Bootees, with or without heels.
India Rubbers to tit every person, and ver
cheap, some as low as 75 cents a pair Hi
gentlemen.
Give us a call, and if y ou buy and are no
suited after yarn get home and examine then
more closely, we will give you your monc
back and take the shoes ; we do this becausi
we want to deal with all fairly and honestly
Our terms are Cash down.
BUTT A DOUGLASS,
No. 45 Main st, Norfolk
oc 7 And No. 82 High st, Portsmouth.
FISH—No land 2 Mackerel,
Codfish and Haddock, Pickled.
Herrings, cut and Gross, in store anc
for sale by JAS E JONES,
oc 9 No. 2, Campbell’s wharf.
JUST RECEIVED Per Express
A.very handsome lot of Ladies very dark
Tan Colored Congress Heel Gaiters, English
Lasting for Misses. Also please call at No.
9, East Side Market Square,
oc 18 I,. I,. BRICKHOUSE.
MISSES’ AN D C H I LDft EN’S
SHOE S—We have during the past
week received a large lot of Misses’ and chil
dren’s Shoes of Plain and Fancy styles,
oc 13 F. W. SEABUI1Y & SON.
MOFFAT’S UIFE PIUUS
AND P H(ENIX BITTERS,
The best Family- medicine now before the
public, for the cure of Scrofula, Ulcers,
Scurvy, or Eruption* of the Skin, Fever and
Aqite, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, and in fact most
all diseases soon yield to their curative pso
perties.
It has been computed that during the last
twenty years upwards of Four Millions o!
persons have been benefited by the use of
these medicines; a fact which speaks volumes
in favor of their curative properties—a single
trial will place them beyond the reach of
competition in the estimate of every patient.
By their use the Blood in Restoked to a
Healthy State and freed from all impurities.
The system is not reduced during their oper
ation. but invigorated, and they require no
restraint from business or pleasure.
The ajfflieted havAn these medicines it reme
dy that will do for them all that medicine can
possibly effect.
Prepared by W B MOFFAT, M 1).,
Proprietor, New York.
And for sale by
jy 31 ly
M A SANTOS.
TVToneyl Wanton Consideration
-LTX of which 1 have a nice lot of Door Mats,
which I will sell low.
Call at No. 9, Market Square,
oc 24 L. L. BR1CKHOUSE.
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
prepared to furnish dealers with the above
articles in any quantities,as low as they can be
bought in New York or Philadelphia,
oc 3 KING «fc TOY.
Provisions-.n;sT receivkd
We now offer a very large and selected
assortment of Provisions. i,
15 hhds. Western Sides and Shoulders, the
back bone out of the Sides, a prime article.
Mess Pork,
Prime Mess Pork,
Baltimore Hams, small and very nice,
A lot of very superior Cheese.
ALSO,
A lot of very nice Butter,
Smoked Beef, Smoked Tongues,
Extra Familv Beef, in bbls. ]4 bbls.
% bbls.
Also, No. 1 and Mess Beef.
All the above, we guarantee and will
on the most accommodating terms.
P. S.—We have on hand 30 bags superior
Buckwheat which we offer low to close.
PENTZ & CARTER,
no « 12 Roanoke Sq.

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