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HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
7T TL A N IMC JB OTE L. "A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carriage, always in readme* to carry passengers to and from tho boats. ■ The bar aud bible always supplied with ths choicest WTNES ..f every variety, malt aud spirituous LIQUORS. »»n XITESTCHESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (OH THE EOROPEA!» PLAN.) AMOMRtODATIOHS ">* T "*" HUMDRID GtIRSTR. This House Is centrally located, aud near to all business points. City cars pass th. Hotel to all the Ferries, Bail road Depots and places of amusement every three mia atea.BSinglo rooms $1 per day; double tl. J. F. DARBOW A CO., J.nS— ly Proprietors. B" ALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE A CO., Proprietors. This magnificent and- popular Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs and a complete renovation, will he open ed thismomiag, Monday, I Itli Angust, for the accommo* latlon of boarders and tho travelling public. The Bal lard House is celebrated throughout the world as a first class Hotel, and the princi|.iul one iv Richmond, and the preseut proprietors nutter themselves that they shall lie able to make it still moro popular and desirabl*. as they have spared no pains iv refitting and preparing it for the use of the public. |*ug 14—tf ROANOKE HO USE, ROANOKE SQUABE. Opposite Office of the "Borfolk Post," (Old Herald Building.) NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. THE BEST LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, Ac., Always on hsnd, and sorved iv tho beet Btyle at the short. " ,nO " M AN ELEGANT SNACK will be furnished from 11 to 1 o'clock daily, and MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. anglO—tf JAMES JONES, Proprietor. : yTRGINIA CLUB HOUSE, NO 4* BANK STREET. H. W- LONOLEY, Proprietor. JA3*T Having been refitted and overhauled, wo are now repared to accommodate our old customers with all the creatine comforts and tho best the market affords Lunch daily from 11 A. M. to 2 T. M. dcc3o—ly pO M M ERCIAL CLUB, NO. 4« BANK STKEET, B. PEDDLE, Proprietor. SELECT RESORT. 49- Tho best of WINES, LIQUORS nnd CIOARS always on hand. Restaurant and Eating House on tho Buropean style, under the supervision of an old and ex perienced Caterer, well and favorably known to the rem,,,,,,n1y dw-29—ly WASHINGTON HALL, NO. 1 EAST MAIN STREET. C. SAUNDERS & BARNEY KAYTON. PRor-nnrroßS. The best of WINES and CIOARS always on hand. BEER and ALE only fivr cents a Glass. Good SNACKS and the finest OYSTERS in market always kept for our customers. N. B.—C. S. Smith was never connected with this Ilnuse aa a proprietor. Jnnrj—ly *' rp H E OFFICE," NO. 27 A 29 WEST MAIN STREET, JOHN JOHNSON & C. S. SMITH, (FORMERLY OF THE WAsIIIVOTON PIM.I 1, I'IIeI'RIETORS. Meals at all hours. The best Lynnhaven OYSTERS, -with the choicest LIQUORS and the best LAGER BEER •vnd ALB alwayj on hand. Smith wishes all hi* old friends to give him a call. Come' one, come all. and—ly rpo RESTAURANT KEEPERS. Buy your Whiskies at the "TIP TOP" WINE AND LIQUOR ST3RE. Those whs do, have found out the secret of seeing the ■am,, customers more than once. Wo furnish you pure Whiskies. Sell it just as you get It, and you'll be astonished at the result. The " TIP TOP" Wine and Liquor Store Jan24—tf is under tlie Atlantic Hotel. jg A I R D_& R O P E R "' OROCERIES, **"" *•■ PROVISIONS, WINES, "•t* 7 ORS, ALES, CIGARS, t B* c Oroenongh's Non-Exlil" sive BURS ING FLUID for sale J 26 -\fEW BOTTLTNG ESTABLISH- MENT.—The undersigned respectfully Informs the Beepers of Restaurtints, and the public generally, that they have ontered into a co-partnership to curry on the »«isiness of bottling the choicest Ales and Porter, at No. Market Square, Norfolk, and corner of Oruce and 2t)th streets, Richmond. Virginia. Our stock is selected with care from first-class Northern Brewers, and from our long experience in New York, in the Bottling business, are confident that we can supply the public and tlie trade generally, with a better and cheaper article than any other house in town. Wo are the lirst purlin* in tho business, nnd we are selling from fifteen to twenty percent, lower than Jobbers, who have to pay nottlers North a large profit. We would say to parties, before purchasing elsewhere, to give us a call, and try a bottle ol our sparkling berer* ago*. • We would also state that we still continue to manufac ture onr far-famed Soda and Sarsaparilla Waters, so uni versally appreciated by our fellow-citizens. Highest prices paid for empty bottles. E. VANCE, scplK— tf H. CLABK. -S4T O T J_ C E. The undersigned have this day entered into co-part nership under the firm of ROBERTSON & BANKS, for the purpose of conducting the HIP BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and tender their services particularly to Shipowners and Masters of Vessels, convinced that they can render them material aid in procuring Charters, Ac. The strict,* attention will bo paid to everything ap pertaining to the Commission Business. DUNCAN ROBERTSON, Ja., BICTIARD B. BANKS, seplt—tf No. 36 West Wide-Water street, METROPOLITAN LIVERY, SALE AND EXCHANGE STABLES, WIBE-WATER STREET, NEAR CIICRCn, HUYCK & VEAZEY, Proprietors, whore Carriages, Buggies snd Saddl. Horses can be hired I at all hours, with or without drivers. This is the largest establishment and best selected Stock South of New York. Particular attention paid to Family orders, and Undertaker's work solicited. nov2—tf Q R O C _E_R I E 8 . AN ENTIRE NE W STOCK Consisting of the cholct assortment of COFFEE SUGAR, BPICEB, KICE. MANELLA HATg, FLOUR, PA'APSCO, OBANOB OBOVB CHKSAPBAIB and other desiru rands. BACON, HAMS, SIDES and SHOULDERS, (,2,000 nounds prime SOLE LEATHER. fsNxether with a general assortment, especially suited for rtrade, at THR LOWEST CAM PRICRS. octi*.-if DUDLEY BEAM A;co, J WINES AND LIQUORS. ts ~v a" n priwT , No. 38 Market Square NORFOLK.VIRGINIA, WHOLESALE DEALER I i > !: ie >c WINES AND LIQU O R S . d NO PERSONS AGENT, i ■ V ' Has received > Large and assorted Slock, which has been is purchased for -nek from first hands. I have also purchased the entire Select Stock of Old _ Liquors from 9 SHERMAN BROS. A CO., I ■ And am recci-zlng dally largo si. ..plies of - I. S i I J MALT & DOMESTIC LIQUORS. |i -ALSO -1 1. GENUINE ~ a SCOTCH ALES ASS LO, NDON PORTER, Ac, Ac., Ac, Ac. Fill I. A DELPHI A * PORTER AND ALE la Bottles. BITTERS ; Of all des. riptin.is hy the Case or Bottle. s , I am prepared to offer Inducement* to i OOUNTEY MERCHANTS, 1 RESTAURANT 1 and I SALOON 'KEEPERS, ' Werthy of a Trial, I At NORTHERN QUOTATIONS, by the BARREL, DEMIJOHN, or GALLON. I Those or our Old inhabitants wlm need nil LIQUORS Before the War, and have been deprived since hy Adult.' ration, can now-get th* Unadulterated j JUICE OF THE GRAPE, Which will remind them of ths Oood Old Times gone by. I would purtlfiilsrlj call their fine taste, to my OLD JAMAICA RUM, wad flat FINE OLD 1 BRANDY, • I amml * *«*«* ***** ] MISCELLANEOUS. I!! *| The Grandest Prize Ever Offered. WIS WILL SEND TO ANY ADDRESS ONB OF WHEELER A WILSON'S BEST PRIZE MEDAL $55 SEWINO MACHINES, FOR EVERY CLUB OF FORTY SUBSCIUBEBB for f the American gtatesnnin—subscription price only $1 60 per annum each, and two extra copies to the getter up of tho club. T FOB EVERY CLUB OF SIX SUBSCRIBERS, we will 1 scud a splendid Steel Engraving of President Lincoln, President Jouaeort, Lieutenant General Chant, General Sherman, or Oenerul Robert E. I.ra, as preferred, '19x24 inches for framing, valued at to with two extra copies ot the Statesman to the getter up of tho club. FOR EVERY THREE SUBSCRIBERS, we will send one of the splendid Bteel Engravings of tho Uniform Series of . i I NATIONAL, PORTRAITS, nclmling that of President Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, L-ioutt-naiit General Grunt, Major General Sherman, Sher idan, Thomas, McClellrt.n and Freemont, Admiral Farm gut and Porter, each 19x24 inches, tor fnuniiig, worth $2 each, with an extra copy of the Statesman to the getter up of the Club. Now is the time to get you one of the finest Prizes yon -couhi nt'lect without other cost than ti little effort. TBI AMERICAN BTATEBMAN HAS UKCOMi; ONH OF THE MOST POPULAR PAPKKS OF TUX PAY. ALWAYS PILLED WITH The Latest News, Agriculture, Horticulture, Foreign luMligonce, Hifi"i it ;ii Ski-li-kfg, pi'ltiv Literaturo, Mißtellaiieoua Items, Poetry, Wit, Humor, Fun, Ac, Ac. It has been greatly enlarged, and is PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT *1 H Per Annum--Tit Advance. These splendid Pri7.es are nil new, and warranti-d ,*r feet, and will ho sent hy mail or express immodiittidy on receipt "f the club list and HiibscHptiou money. SEND FOR COPIES AND GET UP YOUR CLUBS. All remittances, for safety, should 1.01.y Post Office Orders. Address AMERICAN STATESMAN, nov27—3m No. 6V Nassau street New York. rp hTe BOSTON POST, FOR 1866. ESTABLISHED NEARLY POBTY YEARS, Has always teen one of Ihe lending Newspapers of New England and one of the BEST MEDIUMS OF ADVER TISING. By increased enterprise in furnishing a live and renda ble AVtes-pspi-r, nnd by tho recent reduction in price, the circulation of tho BOSTON POST has been largely in *J**j**a*N To Advertisers few pnprtrs can offer errual advantages either In the extent or the character of its renders— North, South, East and West. Business Cards and Mercantile Advertisements partic ularly solicited from South and West. SUBSCRIPTION TEBMS : Boston Post. Daily HO per annum. Semi-Weokly 4 Weokly 2 " JffsT- Specimen copies sent on application. BEALS, GREENE & CO., Ptjrl-srers, 40 A 42 Congress Street, Boston, Massachusetts. iloc»—,lm "IyTAYHEW A BROTHER'S, HEWBPAPEB, BOOK, STATIOHEBY AMD * PERIODICAL DEPOT, No. 67 Main Street, NORFOLK, VA. The latest and beet publications by tbe most popular authors constantly on hand. Agents for tho "ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL"-sent by mail throughout ths Depot tni.-nt. STATIONERY for the in my nud nary. Orders promptly 111 Its! and forwarded. CARTES UK VISITE of celebrities constantly on baud. tw' I'liiti. uliii attention paid to Ailing orders for tho New York, Philadelphia ami Baltimore Daily and Week ly Papers and Magay.iucs, Ac, Ac. Dealers in Photograph Albums. Diaries, Blank Books Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Drawing Paper, Cigars, Shoo Blacking, Ac J. 22—tf JTOLGBR, CARTWRIOHT * CCL, 0 EN BRA I, Auction and Commission Merchants, N<\ 22 Widk-Watek Street, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIONMENTB AND QUICK BHTURNS UUARANTEKD. We have All KNT*", in New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, for tho side of REAL ESTATE, and are prepared to make LIBERAL aiTeiigcments with parties putting RtiA L KttTATK in out hands. We are also prepared to have luude surveyed aud plots made. Deeds drawn, Titles traced, Ac. Highest Market prices paid for PRODPCR, such as COTTON, CORN, FLAXSEED, TAR, RAGS, Ac, Ac. Sale* ot MERCHANDISE, KEAL ESTATE, FURNI TURK, Ac., Ac, attended to promptly in City aud Cuutt trj. Also Agents for tho AMERICAN KMIOKANT CO. KOLUEK, CARTWRIOHT A CO., sep4—tf ■ Wide Water street MKW YORK PIANO "P'oli T I S~ ernehtmTabler, MANUVACTURER Ot* NEW SCALE FIRST -CLASS PIANO PORTE , FACTORY 122, 124 and 12(1 EAST 22d Siriit, Respectfully announces that his Largo New Fa* tory is now completed,fully organized, and in succtssful opera tion, Ly means of which he has greatly incressed his manufacturing facilities. He will therefoie be able henceforward to turn out 35 Pianos per work, to supply orders promptly, without that inconvenient duluy to which Dealers and Purchasers have been subjected, from the fact that for more than two years past lie has been continually a hundred instruments behind orders. A full assortmeutataU times may be found at his Manufacfory and Wnrerooms in New York City. Every instrument fully warranted. Retail Warcrooiits, 743 Broadway. novll—3m ptAJtRIAOEB AND BlfcrGlSiH. "" We hays added to our business, and have row In store a fine assortment of CARRIAGES, AND BUGGIES. of best Northern manufacture. E. M. DCNN A CO., No. 25, Main -1,... I, Jyl2-tf Norfolk, Va. T> R~AW BONE PHOSPHATE. .Tho cheap and valuable FERTILIZER, unequalled by PERUVIAN OUANO; STIMULANT I and CROP PRODUCER, and WARRANTED to bo a strong and permanent benefit to the land. , Sold at manufacturers rates, tor) per tun of 2000 lbs. K. HOWELL, Sole Agent, corner of Nebraska and Wido Water streots. RUg7—tf and Tunis Wharf. ' W~HC-LESALE DRUGGISTS AND DEALEBS IN Perfumer**, Patent Medicines, &c. ' Orders with remittances promptly executed at lowest vi.irk. I prices. HARRAL, RIBLEY & TOMPKINS Bo- 141 Chambers and No- 1 Hudion Sti, N E IF YORK. James llarral, formerly of Charleston, ftonth Carolina 11. W. BISLIT, li.rmerly of Augusta, Georgia I aug26—law-(Bat.)—ly p~TR~I f f I M Q 4 0 07, .VI AND 60 COURTI,AND STBF.ET, NEW YORK, ( MANUFACTUREBS OF AGRICULTURAL IjMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES, DEALERS IN SEEDS AND FEKTILI7.EBB. Trade supplied. Send for circular. novlMm 1 -jijEwXiSTrs^ il MOW OPENING AT BEABURY'S BOOT 4 SHOE STORE, 19 Market Square. Call sad se* thorn. Prices moderate Jy T—tf A FERGUSON, AUCTIOII AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WmreWATaa Br. a«7S Boawoßa Snuaaß, Will attend to the sale of Real *JJsUte, Merchandise, Ac. Liberal advances made nn consFgnmant. F. F. FERGUSON. j5.23-tt* S. 0. MBBWIN. ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY. ' THE CORNER STORE The resort of FASHION AND FANCY. Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's FURNISHING GOODS, OF ALL SORTS, FASHION AND MATERIAL. TOILET ARTICLES, Agreat feature iv my Slock, from the renowned PHALON & SONS, CHAMPION PERFUMERS OF THK WORLD. PERFUMERY, CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ■A NII PRICES! Extracts lor the Handkerchief. NJGIIT BLOOMING CERECS, II 00 PER BOTTLE. WATER LILY. tl 00 PER BOTTLE .10CKEY CLUB, tl 00 FER BOTTLE. JASMIN, (1 00 PER BOTTLR. VIOLET, $1 00 PER irOTTLE. MIJNONETTE. $1 00 PER in.TTI.KJ [ROSE GERANIUM, tl 00 PEB BOTTLK.I HHKKf TilllAK, $1 00 PEB BOTTLR. MAGNOLIA,, tl 00 PER BOTTLB. ESSENCE *)F BOUQUET tl 00 PER BOTTLE. VERBENA, tl 00 PER BOTTLE. BOBE, tl 00 PER BOTTLE. ARABIAN DEW DROPS, tl 00 PRR BOTTLB. SWEET CLOVER,' tl 00 PER BOTTLE. ; bouquet de Caroline, tl 00 PER BOTTL«. PATCIIOULY, ti:00 PER BOTTLB. NEW MOON HAY, tl 00 PER BOTTLB. Also, ii splendid assortment ot COLOGNES, COSMETICS, Ac, &c, Ac., A*., AT LOW PRICES Soaps. NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUB EOAP, tl 00 PER CAKR. SANSPAUEIIi, ELEGANTLY PERFUMED, eiki. PER CAKE. BAY RUM SOAP, ELEGANTLY PERFUMED, We. PER CAKE. BROWN WINDSOR, 40c. PER CAKE. PERFUME FOR THE HAIR. PHALON A SON'S COCIN, $1 00 PER BOTTLE. PHALON A SON'S UAIR INVIGOKAToK, tl 00 and tl uO FEB BOTTLE. PHALON A SON'S GOLDEN CBEST PHILICOME, 60c, 70c, tl 00 and *•' 00 PER BOTTLB. Mad'in Demorest's Latest Fashions. We iiii. the only Agents for the sale of Madame Demo rest's latest patterns for Ladies' and Children's garments. These patterns are for sale at my Store simultaneously with the opening at New York. »»>- Kmuioiin.RY nnd Stahi-ino executed in the hut styles, and ut the shortest notice. Machine Stitching, Thixi.no and Hfxmino done to or der on the most improved and popular Sewing Machines in us.-, at from throe (3) to six (6) cents per yard. tf Hotel and Steamboat Sawing done to order, and at reduced rates. Ladies' add Ciimiiiifn's Inoeii ii ihufnts of all de scriptions, ready-made, on hand and made by measure. Gentlemen'! Shirts- LINEN, COTTON, CABSIMEBB, NEGLIGEE, CALICO ' and a great variety of Undsr-Shlrts, ready-made and manufactured. Fancy Uoodi. Further, I have a most select and extensive stock. o HAIR and TOOTII-BBUBHES, COMBS, POCKET CUTLERY, POCKET-BOOKS, HAIR NETS, WHITING DESKS ' Ac., Ac, Ac ■JeT* Remember my Store, No. 1 Mala street, corner ol Bank, Hall* old Corner, next door to Santos' Drag Store ' WILLIAM H. STINER. i " nOT * n MISCELLANEOUS. TVH■- VIW YOltX TIMES, f F.NLARUEMENT of the DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY and WEEKLY TIMES. THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST NEWSPAPER re TrtE UNITED STATES. Tho NEW YORK TIMES has lii.eu enlargod to the si/,- of the LONDON TIM US. Each number contains i.iuiit pages of seven columns euch—or FIFTY-SIX columns In all—making It the , largest newspaper in the United Suites. , The TIMES will contain regularly FULL CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS. REPORTS OF THE LEGISLATURE. ' MESSAGES AND PUBLIC DOCUMENTS. REPORTS OF COURTS AND PUBLIC MEBTIN3R. EUROPEAN NEWS IN FULL. FOREION AND DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE. NEWS FROM ALL PARTS Off THE WORLD. POLITICAL AND GENERAL EDITORIALS. LITERARY NEWS, SKLECTIIINS AND MISCELLANY. , Everything possible will be i1.,u.. to make the TIMES the'most valuable and interesting Family Newspaper in the United States Its price will remain unchanged, in spile of tho fact thst its size and ciui-usr ' ire been in creased one-fourth. The following are the prices of the several editions, payable in all cases in advance: Tho DAILY TIMES, per utinnni 110 The DAILY TIMES (Sunday Ed. included)... 12 The SEMI-WEEKLY TIMES, one year S The WEEKLY TIMES, one year » Those prices sre invariable. Club rates are discon tinued. We lieve no traveling agents. Remit in Checks or Postoffice Money orders if possible. ADDRESS H. J. RAYMOND .t CO., dec 26— tf Times Oflire, Now York. 57 LINDSE V 4 CO., REAL ESTATE AND LAND AGENCY, NORFOLK, VTBHINIA, Will Purchase and 8 nil REAL ESTATE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS lv Ihe States of Virginia and Norlh Carolina, ON COMMTSPION, Having mad" exteuelve arranKements for rellnhla infor mation iv relation to the value, locution snd hilvmii* lages of different localities in said states. ****** Large and suislt Tracts of Intuit, J'lnntatiotis Farms, and Mineral Lends, nnd Lots und Tenements In the ritiee of Norfolk and Portsmouth, will twelve pur ii-übir attention. WANS NKUOTIATI'I) AND EMIGRATION FACILITATED. BUSINESS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. j»al7—ly \TOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. In tin' year 1846, the writer embarked in tin- Drug Business In the city of Philadelphia, and while thus en gaged niad* several experiments in psstttftj lo th* most d-asirable mode of prejwiriiiK Fluid Kxtracts. My effnrts being successful —ih.wti n. It s In un* (tpproved nnd used hy the Medical Faculty—l nits desirous ol'idacing tli.'in bs fore the puMlc, hut hesitated tor some lime hefi.iv ftjg* c I lifting to resort to newspaper advertising, knowing of the prejudices that existed in ihe minds of many RMnsl using advertised kfadieintt or \ostrums, hut through the Advice of friends and Utftt* wlw bad used lliiin this ob jection was overcome. Altar IN years'exertions, cotttmsoelni in a small way, the popularity of my articles In.- extended to all parts of the United Slat..*-., and widely tin mi Foreign roun tries—aud this in tho mi uf i,,u, h opposition. Kvety means has been resorted to l.y unprincipled dealers since. their merit and success have hecu known —inch us adver tising larger hottlas at less price, censuring all other preparations, and eveucopying my advertlsemtuts—but lam happy to state that out of the many who have re sorted to this, none have Iteen successful. MY OBJECT In this notice Is ti make the facts known to the pul-lio and respoctahle dataicn, ht-lieviiiK after so many years' exertions, that the Drn?gists will discountenance jiuch proceedings, and that the reputation of my articles may not he litMij.nml hy the use of Inferior or spurious tikm. Knowing that many may reatl thin article who are unac quainted with mo, I Mppend a tew remarks from those of my native city, and wstflM uiuuos mo known iv all parts of the world: "Being personally acipiainted with Mr. 11. T. lUlm Itold, it affords me pleasure in Muting I have been most favorably impieajcieil wilh bis oiuigyand integrity, antl cistified at his success.** WM. WKIUHTUAN, Finn of I'uwuas A Wkiohtham, p NI ni 1. and Brown streets, Philadelphia. [Evening Bulletin, Phihulrlphia.] ' "When oim visit to the city of New York n few days since, I was iudnced to call on our old friend and tuwnw man, Mr. H. T. Hemhold, Druggist, 6U4 Ilmadw-iy, N. V. His store Is a Mattel— a pt-ffect frV»i—the GtliteißlSll of any kind we have ever had the pleasure of viewing, and so extensive, being 34 feet front, five stories in height,* and over liUO feet deep. It iudeod affords us much sure to know that he hasbcenso NiiccesrtfuKiHid it |i am pie evidence of the merits of bis article —as in our whole business experience we have not know it of the success of any article without M<ril— advertising merely In in;.iu. the name before the people." [Batton Ittrahl.} "We do not like to advertise worthless waref, or arti cles calculated to deceive onr readers : and when we m an advertiser like Mr. IfemlMiM, whom we have known for years, gradually extend his adveiiisiiui from year to year until he becomes tho largest advertiser in the United States, we are satisfied that the statements in regard to his article* must be correct." 1 ■ fALvmtsnir.vr | Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu, j Will cum all diseases nf the Kidney-, hu<l Bladder. Cures I Tains or Weakness In the Back. Strictures. Ac; Cures I Weak Nerves, Loss of Memory, Tivmblin;r, Dimness of ( Vision. I I Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu | Is a pure fluid extract, net a weak tea or infusion. Is the 1 one tiling needful t'-i all complaints incident to Females. I For particulars send for Circular. I Hembold's Fluid Extract Buchu ' Cures Oravel and Dropsical Swellings existing in Men, Women, or Children; in (set, ALL DISKASKd re-miring the aid of a Dlueretic. Jt is the greatest Tonic and Diu retic known —perfectly safe, pleasant in taete and odor and immediate fn its action. . n HELMBOLD'S „ FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPA RILL A J HIGHLY COKCENTRArED. One bottle equivalent iv strength to one gallon of the Syrnp of Decoction. It reaches the sent nf disease immediately, expelling all lib Mi Hi:'l I THE BLOOD, AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION. These articles, being of such strength, the dose is ex* ceediugly small. From tliisfact.il Is used iv the United States Army Hospitals and public : units,y lustitutiuns throughaut the land. A**/- gold by all Druggists. tf Ask for 11..ni1...1d'5. Take no other. tf Cut ont the advertisement and send fnr It. nnd by p this means avoid Counterfeit. febllMm A. QRAVEB~ . STEAM SECTIONAL MARINE RAILWAY, SHIPWRIGHT, SPARMAKER AND CAULKER, BAW AND PLANING MILLS, AMD LUMBER MANUFACTURF.B, N*. M Water Street. tf We are prepared to build or repair vessels, or boats st the shortest possible notice, and furnish drawings' ipecihiatiou*. and module of all cloMe. of vessels aud boats. Give us a call andjndgefor yourself. ~ JalfrU *]~ NATIONAL BANK. rpHE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK OF NORFOLK. president: GILBERT C. WALKER. cashier: JNO. JAY KNOX. lIIHEOTOrtS. EDWARD M. BUOWN CINCINATOS W. NEWTON. MARSHALL PARKS. OEORQE SANOSTER. .1 N». B. WHITEHEAD WILLIAM NICHOLS. GILBERT C. WALKER. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY AND FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Exchange Bank Building, Main Street. AOENT FOR 7-30 LOAN. A constant supply of Notes will 1.,- kept on hand. This Bank will buy aud sell all classes of GOVERN MENT SECURITIES at current tuarkot rates. PC UN ISI I EXCHANGE and make collections on ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OP THE UNITED STATES Purchase Government Vonchers on Ihe MOST FAVOR ABLE TERMS, and give Careful and Prompt Attention to ACCOUNTS OF BUSINESS MEN AND FIRMS, and to any other business entrustod to the Bank. FULL INFORMATION In regard to GOVERNMENT LOANS nt ell Uims ,-h.... Fully furnished. TRBA3URV DEPARTMENT, ) < * neE or Caihpti.oller or C-irrrnct, > Waihim.ton, May 18th; 181)5. ) Whlreas, by Rsi Lsfafltery erjdcnro presented to tho un. dersij ne.l, il hns been made to appear that the "EX CHANGE NATIONAL BANK OF NORFOLK," in the City of Norfolk, In the County of Norfolk, and State uf Virginia, bus been duly organized under and according to requirements of the Act of Congress entitled "An Act lo provide a National Curru icy, secured by nplcdgeof United States bonds, and to provide for th* circulation and re demption thereof," approved Juno 3d, HUM, and has com piles) with nil tho provisions of said Act to be complied with before commencing tin.' business of Bunking under said Act: Now, therefori, I, Freeh in Clark Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that "THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK OF NOBFOLK," in the City of Nor folk, in the County of Norfolk, and State tl Virginia, is authorized to commenco the business of Banking under tho Art aforesaid. (-—""—•■j In testimony whereof, witse** my hand and -! l - »■ peal of office this thirteenth day of May "*"*"*' 1866. FREEMAN CLARKE, Comptroller of tho Oumncy. TREASURY OF THE UNITED STATES,) Division or the National Banes, V Washington, Juno (1,1806. J It Is hereby certified that THE EXCHANGE NATION AI. BANK OF NORFOLK, Virginia, a Banking Associa tion organized uuder the Act "To provide a National Cur rency, secured by a pledge of li».ii. •! States linn.ls, and to provide for tlie eirrulatiuu aud redemption thereof," ap proved June 3,1864, having complied with the roqnire monls of section 4F. of said Act, and with the regulation of this Department utodo In pursuance thereof, has this day been desigualed ac a Dspository of Public Moneys, ex cept receipts from Customs, and by virtue ( ,f „„, |, designa tion will n]uo be employed a* a Financial Agent of th* Oumroment. t. E. SPINNER, Jo 'Jl-tf Treasurer U. 8. BUILDING MATERIAL. VLTHITE PINE- YELLOW PINE, OAK, WALNUT and POPLAR LIIMIH-'R LATHS, , SHINGLES, PA LINUS, FENCE POSTS," RAILS and FENCIN6), SHIP PLANK, BOAT BUILDINOJ MATERIAL, OTBTER TUNG LUMBER, I.IMK, BRICKS, HAIR CEMENT, PLASTER, Ac. A Isn, „ fine assortment of lii i, ins, GLAZED and UNOLAZBD SASH, BLINDS, Ac. At the lowest market rale*. * M. HOWELL, corner Nebraska and Wide Water streets, Riie7—tf and Tunis Wharf. /CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS Are respectfully Invited to examine THE BEST ASSOBTKI) STOCK BUILDINg'm A TERIA L in VIBOINIA corner of Nebraska aud Wide Water streets, *ug7—tf anil Tunis Wharf. iIONTOOMERY A WILSON ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC IN GEN ER AL, THAT IN ADDITION TO THEIR LARGE STOCK OF PRODUCE IN STORE, THEY HAVE ARRIVALS WEEKLY OF THR BEST AND CHOICEST FRUITS, SELECTED EXPRESSLY FROM IJIF. NEW YORK MARKETS. ALSO, Agents for Mapos' Super Phosphate of Lime. A liberal Discount given to the Triiihi. A large quantity of North ern Seisl Potatoes on hand, jaiiO—-tf Tf AMI L V DYE COLOBB. Patented October 13, 1863. lilace. s<\ rAfj"*~v. Dare Green. Black for She. v^v S>\ Light Green. Dark Bloc. Ik/ jk vo\ Magenta. Lioht Bleb. Iktf m .. ]sr I Maiee. French Blur. *■/ W jfSX P>) Maroon. i i .un Brown. II j ml \ ( Orange. Dark Brswn. \l I P Yl) Pinr. Light Baowi*. \ jf Purple. Snuff Brown. \ YAL PuRPLa j^S»j < S*a.J Salmon. CIIIMSON. ■ l-CARLET. U £S MATS I.KIHT IIRAB. HP B SoLFERINO. Favnlirar. i»R*sxAaJ-**2 HLi' l "'-' :T - Light Kiev Dear. jflvC9 Bi'iunii. For Dyeing Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goods, Slawls Scarfs, liiis-, s. Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Hals, Feathers, Children's Clothing, snd all kinds of Woariug Apparel. tf A SAVING OF EIGHTY PER CENT. -*e» For 26 cents you can color aa many goods ss wonld otherwise cost five time* that sum. Various shades can 1,,, produced from the same dye. The process is simple, and any one can use the Dye with perfect success. Di rections in English, French and German, inside of each psckoge. HOWE A STEVENS, 260 Broadway, Boston. For sale by druggists and dealers generally. octo—6ni ifT"l L■'«£' tA H LA M li~ IMPOBTER, Sb.ippi.Bg- and Commiuion Merchant, TOWN POINT, NORFOLK, VA. i •rsT- Advances made on consignments and Orders pn.mptly filled. tf Storago at reasonable rates. Janfi—ly , 7T _ B I L L 17 P S™ ' (Succasur to lioriiri A McLean), . «AM,|-ACTURER AND DEALER IN AORICUL TUBAL IMPLEMENTS, IRON AND SEEDS, COTTON PLANTERS, PLOWS AND SCRAPERS, So. 11 M7(IA- WATER STREET, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. tf All Goods not mad* by me will be furnished strictly at Manufacturer.' price*, adding cost of Trans ° notation. Jaall—l/ _ __PETHTINO. BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AT TIIB Office of The Norfolk^Post, NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE, NOEFOLK. VIEGINIA. THR Proprietors of this Establishment resiioctfully announce to tho Public of Norfolk, Portsmouth and vi cinity, that they are fully prepared to execnte every de scription of JOB PBINTIHG know,, to the business, not only with NEATNESS nnd DESPATCH, hut in a style unsurpassed in tlie South for BEAUTy and ELE G ANCB. We have the most complete and varied assort ment of TYPE of ALL SIZES and DESCRIPTIONS rtmi km mimmfkh, that was ever collected in Virginia, and our facilities fordo. ing cork of all kinds und in all colors and forms, from I Ihe laagest aud most varied poster, to the smallest, most . tastelul und beautiful Visiting Curd, are unequalled.— , Onr workmen are masters iv their art, nnd for beauty o design and elegance of execution, stand without rivals all that types, and ink, and skill aud taste can accom plish, they can perform in „ manner to givo complete r satisfaction to the most fastidious. We say this in no spirit of vain boastfuluess, but assert it mer.dy as a sim ple fact that will be amply established by an examination of the specimens they li,.ve produced of their handiwork and which can be seen everywhere— m there are to be found scattered far and near, throughout tho States oj _ Virginia and North Carolina, abundant suaaplos of their Itieompnriiblo workmanship hearing th o Imprumot mO . chunhial excnlkui-,, iin d artistic lioaniy, » Tlie Office is perfect end complete In »|| .„ , ppolnt ,f mints—with tho latest improved Tress** f„r printing , Hand-bills and Curds, an I with efficient and experienced printers, there is no woi i is any lineof th* business that we cuniiot perform in a Ralisl'actiTy ttyie,. J Tho facilities uhontisl hy ll,„ fIEST AND I ATBS* „ IMPROVED MACHINERY, will a 1.,, enable us'lo f„r . msh work at a grout rcdn.imn ft,,,,, ~„.„,„, prk . M 4 In Norfolk, rendering it unnecessary, either on ac count of mechanical execution or price, for any to s*nd r their orders away to havo them lillod. ; -flur Siting floras. Our specimens in this line »i,. with the finest Copper , plate eugravinp*, and ar„ Rxawit-s| wilt great neatness r on fine enameled and Bristol Card-board. j $tir Wt*Urlt| o[iird«i, No couple can live happy or die In pence, blessod by tho love of children, unless they can bequeath to them, as gifts of remembrance, a few of nur beautifully oxel ciited WBDDING CARDS, gotten up in the latest style. OUR BUSINESS CARPS. r No Merchant, business man or Mocbsni. should he ._ without tbese-sud M can furnish them in any quantity j shape, size, style or color, ou Ihe sho, test notice and at as ~ clie:,,, r,,|es as fee, can |~. procured j„ t |,„ p„|ted Statu,. _ Every ni.u. Unit preleuds ti, do business slu.uld be wull . supplied with Curds. CARDS OF ALL KINDS. * Under this heading is included Cards or Ticket, of ev ery description that ran 1 w.c.te.l ou Cardboard, from * fine, largo colored handbill, d„wu |„ a bread ticket — The small trades need tin se.aud iv ~v urv ..11..., p ) H , :u M N0rf01k,,,., nker,,,, i,-.-d, ,k.,,„, luillmieii, or grocer, oi huckster, would pretend to do business without them. i "~——— Postors and Dodgers. I Ws print these of all sizes and in all colors of Ink and paper, nnd next to Advertising in tho Post, the best wsy to make known your business is through the POSTER. .PROGRAMMES For Balls, Concerts and Parties, nr , T sry neatly and tastefully executed in colors. Blanks of all Kinds Billheads, • Bills of I.atling, Insurance Policies, Legal Blanks, Blanks for Lawyers, Blanks lor Notaries, Blanks for Justices, Blanks for Clerks of Court, Blank.'' for all manner of People. CHECKS For Banks or for Business BMtti executed iv Odors, and equal to the Inn -I fcUgmingS. Prices Current, Pamphlets, Circulars, In all Forms and Sizes. Promissory Notes, In a style that will never hn protected. BILLS OF FARE Done in a manner so skillful and rare; that oYn epli-ures will not complain of th« fare, No Hole! or Restaurant sliould he without them. These wo furnish daily at re duced prices. Manifests aud Bills of Lading, In this branch of the bnsinesa our Printers excel—and we can funii.-ih shippers or steniners promptly. LABELS. Apotheeitrie-i, Druggists and others, who maka use Htfcse necessary IfttoM can he promptly suppled. T I c kTe T S . Candidates call have their tickets promptly and cor rrctly printed, snd their election warranted if necessary. In fact, tho POST JOB OFFICE is capable of exec ting anything und everything that ran bo called for in ths business, and will gnarautee universal satisfaction on th* most liberal terms ; and wo respectfully request a eon tinuauce of the patronage heretofore so generoasly l.u stowed upon our efforts by Ihe people of this city and State. All orders should Ins plainly written, especially proper names, to prevent mistakes, and handed in at tho Count ing room on the first ll,„>r, or if t nt by letter addressed to ■. M. BROWN, Nerfolk Post. TERMS: Cash on delivery of the work, except In noses where or ders are from regular advertisers. In the latter cases ilia aa l» rendered m thly. I