*t*f JKfrib »ggj
.. Released. F. C. Clark, the flnun
cier.for several days past 'co flneu in
jail on complaint of the First Nriiin.,,
•bank, for debt to the amSuSt $V,m
wras examined on Monday afternoo.
fore Commissioner Swank, of be Cir
cuit Court and having sati.factor v
answered the interogatoi.es propouiid.fi
by the plaintiff's counsel, was dis
charged and left immediately for Rich
mo .," £ lark ,lateß that lie does not
ow ? , l „ t \ J _ irßt Natioual Bank one cent
and that it is his purpose to proscute the
institution for false imprisonment
During Ins sojourn iv the city jail he
Was very well treated, aud fared sumn
tuously, and last week, iv charge of tlie
jailor, by permission of the sheriff be
visited the theatre, " where he was' the
observed of all observers." <j Rourke
of the Fenians, wasof the opinion thai
it was thei intention of Clarke to cmi
* ra £ to -l-Bnadtt, but we can hardly i
credit this report, if «.lark is serious Id ,
his intention of prosecuting the Hank
for false iirfj*usonnient.
Youthful Depravity. The May
or's Court, yesterday morning, was __•
usually crowned, in consequeuce of two
young bloods, having been arrested by
officer Wyatt on tlie charge of carryiiii
dangerous aud concealed weapons. The
dreadful weapon was produced in court
much to the horror and surprise of hit
Honor. It was indeed a remarkable
Weapon, from the fact that it required
two small boys to carry it. His Honor
in consideration ofthe two youngl men'
being of good tainily, gave them tlie full
benefit of » select, moral lecture, which
Olosed with an emphatic " I discharge
you on payment ofthe costs of arrest "
II was very evident that the admonition
these gentle youths received from the
humane court had but very little in
fluence over their desire to be consider
ed fast, as the eldcrone fully appreciated
the good feeling of the Mayor by mum
bling, "Well, I like that; pay for our
arrest; who asked him to doit? No,
sir, I never pays for what 1 don't get.''
The dreadful looking Weapon was a
ponderous clues.) knife, something
smaller; but not less deadly, than Sala
dln's famous cimeter.
The Opera. We are happy to inform
our readers that the Grand Italian Opera
Company, of which Max Stiakosch is
the Director, propose giving us a short
series of operatic performances at the
Theatre. The agent is now in our city,
and has perfected arrangements so tlntt.
we may expect them about the _oth of
March. The Company comprises the
following eminent artists: Madame
Gbioni, Madam Patti Strakoscli, Md'lle,
|*auliue Ca|ilssa, Sigliors Macaferri, Er
rani, Marra, Maucusi, Snsini, Giatl'anil
others, with the Bssistauot. of a powerful
chorus, and a complete orchestra. As
this will be the first appearance of a
complete Opera Troupe in our city, we
hope to see Iheni well supported.
B. . S. ■»
A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing. Sam
uel Sykes, formerly a detective, but more
recently a policeman, who was dis
charged by Mayor Tabb for sleeping on
his nost, was arrested on Monday night
at Harris' sideshow, on Market square,
charged with passing himself oft" as a
policeman, ami confiscating a pistol be
longing to a colored man. The case was
called in the Mayor's court yesterday
morning, but postponed at the request
ofthe accused, who was required to give
(jail for his appearance. The charge of
nassing as a police officer is a serious of
fence ; that of trying to swindle the un
suspecting colored man will bo more
properly tried underthe functions of the
Freedmen's Court. Verily the way of
the transgressor is bard.
Prospective. The early vegetable
prop gives good evidence of a remunera
tive return. The truckers are in i-o-ta
ciesat the prospect, and quite a thriving
business is expected in the spring. The
potato and tomato crop are particularly
nourishing; but old Jack frost is to ba
feared; if he holds over, all will bo
Mrs. M. A. Jackson acknowledges the
receipt of $103, sent her by J. Hardy
Hendren, Treasurer of the Jackson
Fund of this city. The larger portion
of this money was generously contribu
ted by the Norfolk Thespian Club.Uie
proceeds of a benefit given at the Nor
— — 1
Pf-KBONAL. Hon. Edward Riddle of
the Supreme Court of Massachusetts and
Col. Thompson of Maine, arrived in
town yesterday, and are occuppying No.
"88," Atlantic Hotel. Judge Riddle
has a severe cold and his voice is not
eipial to a whisper; otherwise his health
Confirmed. Lewis W. Webb, the
Collector of Customs, of this port, has
been confirmed by the Senate. W. IN.
J. Godwin, the Naval otHcer, has not
yet been informed of his confirmation.
How is this?
Two CoiioiiKD Mi"N Drowned. On
Monday afternoon an oyster boat con
taining two colored men, was capsized
(iff tbe Naval Hospital. The men were
both drowned before assistance could bo
Disabled. The steamer Matanzas,
Capt. Siesgang, from New York on Bat
urday, bound to New Orleans, put into
this port yesterday afternoon, with Her
machinery in a disabled condition.
MATOR'S C..L'RT.-.!ose,,h Kelinon,
drunk and disorderly, was lined *~ Andrew; Nelson."
rested for being drunk and trespassing on lh« pre-uij
of Mr McGee, was fined ",>. Samuel S.vkes, a re-te I lor
passing himself off a, a policeman, and Mng I aa
colored Baaapistol without authority, 'he as. »"
iiostponed o„.l accused admitted to bad. SUchwllßWj
iuchard Rviin and William Kane, chained with in as. i an
un ,M ' ' Malnav. ' Th. two Ryan, were sent on fet
g_____l__ before lie Co P m*m Court, **• *** —
uiftuhu rgi-j i.
Frrephes's &, C .T.-Cb7d7oibl,on«l charged with an
iasai.lt M Henry White, was h,„"l *10, and. in , ' »''
of payment was -Ml to the hard labor prtain. fcreraJ
applicants fol ■assistance Iron, the Burr,... »| r <1 n 1
ailuionishcl by the ('...lit that ihe objfitof th Bur,.
mm only to assist and protect the distressed, and ■
. ipport Hie able or la.. Tb. Oourl i» l>«"< '">,".,
polition, from the colored population for assist v "•,»
dreaming for a moment that th" li.nclionsol Umiloan
aro for justice and impartiality in „d,i„nist,riii_ lo mo
requiring assistance. The Taylor lam. |„,s breli set .pa it
.". kind of haven of real fcj Hi,*' who need she
Numbers who are „l,le to work, think it e-.oed,n_l- I. rd
.a, mmtm because mm<m* goo w»y t,- <mm»t,
.nd therefore a.ipcil M *• Court to be l.t » one as th ,
aredoingwoll enough In idleness. The Court will not
Ude rite any *& e,nn,o„, and "«»-■ •* •»™ »b . ■
work or. not peru,ltt*d to s,|iiat unmolested u,s,n tho
ftH.H.t.H Cornr.-TlTTill of William Callis was
proved and admitted to probate Mrs h. ll."-- m^ w*
»p t s,inted oibnini.tratriv. giving l«>nd in " '""
ii.ooo C. L Cole, who was summoned „« » IJJ «»_
ejemdfrom serving upon *mm%**m ■
becca Tunis vs. C. VV. Bntis-fur unlawful .I£ta'ne r
premis,s, o.c U pied by said Butt-.. The caw was postpone,!
until called hy consent of counsel-
Arrivala at the Atlantic Hotel. Feb 26. '68
John M Roberson Va.; W R X mm x O*mms, JCd
Tbe. S Roland, Richmond. Val Cll ™» ef * t » , )*S
mond, V..; A mmmmm, Baliiniore, Ml : P ■( o***,
Balliniore.Md.; 0 W Spil.ker, Jr, B.llimore. »..*«
Hill. NorthCarulin. ; M McMahan. North I arol.ua, C «
pi, I'eter.burg, Va . Robert T Ward, Princes" Ann ,o
¥i. J E Wbit?i. t ad, rrlncoM Ann co. V*.: W ****>
Brlncß*. Anne co. V,..; W T Hoffmann, **mW»m*,
V..; CbM Arnold. Kreilrickaburg, \a ; l F Kb., X rl
mond. V...JM BalL Suffolk, M»!» 2?SJvlrk
Carolina; W King, No.tl. Carolin. i A Barney, New Tart
W II Smith, North Carolina; W T Morrow, North Cr
On Saturday evening. the 21th instant, by th. Rev. Dr
1.. M.Leo, Colonel FRANKLIN A. BTRATTON of M.I
»AU n Sett,,,„Mrs.GEORUIE E. GRIFFI™ l-4f",k.
FINANCI MERCJ AL.
Sales on'change yesterday repoitedw*. a smsll lot o
mixed corn at 70c. Produce Arm; staple, buoyant- J
val store, flat. Gold advanced .ince last | \|| Z
Cottor.—MoniLi, Fel.ruarv 2> tl. i
here on Friday wrr, 500 "„ " " CotUm
Sales for the week 0-00 __i..'"' ' *___»*» »*■*■
16,000; stock 72,1!1'.1. ** eCe ' l "" 9 ' W ' »*V» r *
Speedy and Effectual. * Be warn
of -a to ft begin to part with their hair. Little by lit
tle It begin, to drop out. Without delay procure Mrs.
~'- v •„""'* W ° rlli '" "'* ne " ,o " r •""* ZMobalaam...,,.
« Hair Dressing; they act directly on th. root, of the
hair invigorating them, rendering th. n „, r Klt „ ilk
and glossy. Every Druggist sells them.
SPECIAL NOTICES. "~~ ~
Ssir Dk. Larookah'saUasAFAaau
CoapoLNu, forth,, mmmxm permansnt cur. of Liver
Complaint, Scrofula, or King. Evil, Dy.peps)., Dr.ip.y
Neuralgia, Epilepsy, Ery.lpela., Bt. Anthony's P |n,pi_;
les. Pustules, lilotches, li„i| B , T » mun , Salt Rheum
Ul.ei.and Sores, Rheumatism, Pain in the Stomach
Side and Bowels, General Debility, uterine Ulcerati,,,,'
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease, and all complaints arising
f-oiu, or resulting in, Impure Blood.
It is double the strength of ~„ other Barsoparilla
C .|„p„ui„l In the market, and Is endorsed by the medical
acuity as the boat and cheapest Dlood-Puntler extant.
Price tl 00 per Bom,,
Da. E. R. KNIGHTS, Chemist,
'ores C„„ghs, Colds, Whooping cough, Croup, Asthma '
Catarrh, Bronchitis, p»|„ | n ,„„ m ,_ Nigh ,
Ilonrrieness, to which public speaker, and singer, aril
liable, Consumption, in its early stages, and all diseases i
of tlie Thrust and Lungs.
Endorsed hy the highest midiral authority, clergymen '
or every deuomina'ioii, author., editors, professors incur
various M__f*a, and by niauy of our most einiueyt I
Containing so stem, it i, adapted to every age, and ,
may be used without rear of the dangerous results which
follow the use of many of tha Cough preparations of
which opium and ipecac arc the base.
Give it a Trial.
Price SO cents nnd $1 per bottle.
DR E. R. KNIGHTS, Proprietor,
Meh ,~, Massachusetts. '
PR. KNIGHTS' ,
Proves itsel! the only reliable Restorer of Gray and
fetal Hair to its orisiim! ,-o,or.
It contains neither oil, alcohol, nor any other nmn km' '
It cleanses tho scalp, fives the hair a rich and glossy
appravaiioe, aim promotes its limirhnt growth.
It ia sciuntllically prepared, and i, endorsed by tha
most eminent medical authority,
It is exquisitely perfumed, will not stain or soil the
tinest fabric, and is indispensable to the tuilet of every
My and )',,-«;ii-iiiaii.
ti- RUT NO OTHER. ■_»
Price 75 cents per Bottle. ,
Prepared by Dr. E. R. KNIGHTS, Chemiit,
Melrose, Massachusetts. (
A VEUETABLE PREPARATION
.'or beautifying and promoting the luxuriant growth as '
It prevents the hslr from hilling off or tinning gray.
It removes diiiidrutl, cleanses the scalp, cures nervous
headache, and all those distressing affection, induced by
the use of oily or alcoholic Hair Dressings.
Its invigorating properties insure luxuriant locks, in
clined to curt, an,l hy its persistent use the hair is re
,t,,r,4 lo lstl.l heads when such a result is possible.
It is splendidly |ii.]-!iiuie,l, will nut stain or soil the
skin or any article ofsp|sirel, and i, universally ap
proved—especially by ladies and children.
tf BUY NO OTHER. *_*
Pike 76 cents per Bottle.
DR. B. 11. KNIGHTS. Chemist,
Ml by W. A. 4 C. A. SANTOS,
Wholesale Agents for Norfolk.
DEMAS, BARNES A CO.,
BARNES, WARD * CO.,
janl7—csslly New Orleans.
j_r A BVI*SB 10it Remedy.—W
ran conscientiously reroniuieod to those suffering from .
mm*t*M cough, Dl. Strickland', Mellifluous Cough Bal
sum. It gives relief almost instantaneous, and is withal
not disagreeable to the tante. Thvre is no doubt but the
Mellifluous Cough Balsam is one ofthe best preparations
iv use, nnd is all that its proprietor claims for It. We
have tri»,l it during the post week, and found relielfrom
a most distressing cough. It Is prepared by Dr. Strick
land, No. IP Sycamore ilreot, Cincinnati, 0., and for sale
WALKE * CO. and ft A C. A. SANTOS, Agonts for
Norfolk, Va. novfl-fa
D r DAY.
Vlbout the 15th of February next wo will commence
tho publication of a Literary Eclectic Paper, styled
O U R DAY,
to be issued once a week simultaneously in the cities of
New York and Norfolk.
Koch number willconsist of sixteen (16) octavo pages
with two ft) columns to each page, printed on excellent
paper, and in a superior style of typography.
Unencumbered by sectarianism or party spirit. It shal
I„, fixed purpus'e to present nothing but the choicest
trails and flowers of Literature, culled from the garden.
~f IheOld and New Vvorld.
We would particularly invite the attention of onr
friends in that section which for the past four years has
be- without a current Literature, while we promise .o
mm* m Paper acceptable loeve.y reader in ourcommen
OCR Terms for a Sixole Subscription will re,
Singh, epic, >««""" r ;
For Three Months »,', H
For Six Months - g
For One Year • ■ ""
paiahlo In Advance.
For .ingle subscription, and rtffij^ffljL
No f, West Main etr,*t, Norfolk, Va.
W„ have made arran. cmenls with the American News
Company. Nsw York, to supply the trade
77T\V MILL, PLANING MILL.
Jj a OIIIST MILL.
BICKLEY,"STONE & CO.,
Wholewtle and Retail Dealers
LUMBER AND MEAL,
'""""'' """' - . . a
*c., *c. Ac
DUDLEY BEAN A CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, PRODUCB
Ln «.| ,_™ncc mm. on .11 Merch.ndi.e
tlnce consip l6 ''- , ■
Under the Atlantic Hotel,
MAIN STREET, NORKOLK, VA.
j M. SMITH A BROTHER,
V • GENKR AL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TOWN POINT, No.FOH, TA.
JMARSDENSMITH. ***> —
v o R _i A L E "
Coloates Honey SoAP.-niis7*ie"- ,
--brat-_ Tonii Soaf, in such universal demand,!. m.d.
UmUd and .mediant
in its naturs. fragrantly ictntad and ..trem.l,
beneficial In its sctiou upon ths skin. For sals by all
Druggist, and Fancy Goods Dealers. fyfr-ly
WW Hall's Sicilian
Hair Reriwsr hss proved itself to be the most perfect
prep»r»tion for ths hair ever offered to lie public.
Ills, vegetable compound, aud contain, no Injurioui
IT WILL BBSTORB GRAY HAIB TO ITS ORIGI
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It dean*., th. scalp and makes th* hair salt, lustrous
It I. . splendid hslr dressing.
No person, old or young, should fail to ns. I .
IT IS RECOM _I:.VUKn AND USED BY THS FIRST
tf Ask for Hall's V.getable Sicilian Il.ir Reaawer
and take no other. _. P. HALL k CO.,
Nashua, N. U., Proprietors.
tf For sals by all drngglsts. uov2o-«in
NonroLß, November 21, 1886.
Way Family Dye Colors.—Among
the moat popular aud useful articles of tbe day are the
Family Drs Colors manufactured by th* well known
practical chemists, Howe k Btevens. So very superior
are these dyes, so easily used, and witbal afforded st so
low a pric, that they are literally getting Into evorj
body's hands, Just ss tho prslses of their merits are on
everybody's lips. Once tried, they beoome Indilpenasble,
In many parts of ths country they bsve displaced all
other substances snd methods of dyeing. We, without
any hesitation whatevor, pronounce them the best dyes
ercr manufactured, while at the same Urn* they are the
cheapest in price. Th* ladies ar. partlcul.rly delighted
Way Two Bad Cases of Piles
Cdrrd rt Dr. Btricilakd's Pile Ktnsiir — Mr. (lions, of
Jauesville, Wisconsin, writes for the benefit of all who
suffer with tho Piles, that he has bean troubled fur eight
years with an sggravated cose of Piles, aud his brother
was discharged from the arnijr a. incurable, (he being
quite paralysed with the Piles.) Both these distteming
esses were cured with one bottle of Dr. Strickland's Pile
Remedy. The recommendation of these gentlemen, be
sido the daily testimonials received by Dr. Strickland
ought to convince those suffering, that the most aggro*
voted chronic cases ofPilcs aro cared by Dr. Strickland's
111. Remedy. It Is sold by Druggists every, here. '
WALKE k CO. and M, and C. A. SANTOS, Agents for
Norfolk, V». novo—Bm
a»ys must he true. We hsve heard Dr. Strickland's Tonic
spoken of so frequently by those who have been heneftt
ted by It, that at last we are compelled to make it known
tn tho public that we really believe It effects n cure in
every case; thersfore, ws say to those who are suffering
with Dyspepsia or Nervous Debility, to go to their Drug
gists and get a bottle of Dr. Strickland's Tonic.
WELLS k CO., Agents, 116 Franklin itrcet, N. Y.
WALKS k CO. and M. C. A. SANTOS, Agents for Nor
folk, Va _________ I
WW Batchelor's Hair Dye.—
The Original and Rest In the World I Tho only true
and perfect Hair Dj.,. Harmless, Reliable and Instant*
neons. Produces immediately a splendid Black or nalu* j
nil Brown, without injuring the hair or akin. Remedie- i
the ill effects of bad dyes. Sold hy all Druggists. Ths
genuine is signed William A. Batchelor. Also,
HEGENERATINU EXTRACT OF MILLEFLBCRS,
for Restoring and Beanti lying tb. Hair.
auglO-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR. New Yore.
THI BTY-T WO V*» AB I
A FAIR TRAVBLER
ra,u tin itfle or
BRIGGS <!• ROGERS, I
ROGERS & LANGLEY,
BURRUSS, ROGERS <fc LANGLEY,
N. A. THOMPSON * CO.,
W. B. ROGERS & CO.,
N.O 10 WIDE WATER AND ROANOKE STREETS,
lUPORTIRrI AM. DI.ALRRB IS
And all other Goods usually found In a First-Class
Wine and Liquor Store,
Which we offer to the Trade and to consume.!, at
ITHB LOWEST RATES.
W. I). ROOERS k CO.,
No. 20 Wlds Water and Roanoke streuts.
feb3—tf •*» 1
T) i M O V A. L .
• ANNOUNCEMENT OF PARTNERSHIP, Ac.
TAYLOR, MARTIN ft CO.,
NO. IS EAST SIDE MARKET SQUARE.
NoRFOLR, January 2.1, IBSO.
We hay» Hill day admitted Messrs. THOMAS E
ELLIOTT and JAMES 11. WALTERS lo an interest in
„,„• linn WALTER 11. TAYLOR,
ANDREW 8. MARTIN.
We take occasion iv makiug this announcement to in*
form the public that we have removed our entire Stock
to No. 13 East side Market Square, tw. doon above our
former place of business.
We have encountered some trials in our first efforts to
establish ourselves in biism-ss. but having determined to
remain and earn a livelihood here, we are not to lie
baulked by any impediments which inn be made to yield
to human will end energy,aud «* feel gratified that we
can suy to oor friends wo have done well.
At considerable elpuuse we have altered and fitted up
our Store iv a manner suitable to the Hardware Trade,
and having just received many new i1,„,,1. from the
manufacturers (in addition to our former large and va
lied Stork) ws flatter ourselves that we can please all
who favor us with their custom. - j;ui3o— If
A good supply of No 1 PERUVIAN GUANO Just »r
--rlved. MURDOCK HOWELL,
j»n2rV— 2w at Tunis Wharf.
ferUi-PIA KAST UfDIA COFFEE.
Is*' EQUAL~TO JAVA. -»«
tar HALF THE PRICE. -*_M
\W*y GOES TWICE AS FAR. *_H
Recommended and U«ed by All!
CIEROYMEN. PHYSICIANS and Professional men, as
the cheapest, healthiest aud best beverage in the worl ,1
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCEBS NORTH AND SOUTH
The Southern Trade, to which it i. ipccially adapted
supplied through the New York City W"hobble Grocers
or dire, I from the Manufactory. Put up in one pound
paper- in boxes of M and 60 lbs. each.
X I 154 | J
par * S
RICHARD DAVIRS, Proprietor,
and General Wholesale Dealer m Toas.nd Coffees,
dec 4—3 m
vr o T~_l 0 E .
Th* bruins*, heretofore conducted by
N. A. THOMPSON ft CO.,
ends this day, FEBRUARY 1,1 M».
W. B- ROGERS ft CO.
will hereafter conduct the
WIIOLRBALR .nd BBTAIL
WINE AND LIQUOR TRADE,
BURRUSS, ROOERS A LANGLEY,
NO. 20 WATBB .nd BOANOKR BTRBBTS.
WM. B. ROGERS,
N. A. THOMPSON,
t\\ «- BDWAKD KIDDI*
• GEORGE SANGSTER & CO.,
H IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
P WINES LIQUORS, & C . ,
|Q NO. 25, MARKET SQUARE, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
fjj BRANCH HOUSES: — PORTSMOUTH, PETERSBURG AND RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
FINE RYE, BOURBON, MONONGAHELA and SCOTCH WHISKIES— FINE WINES, BRANDIES, RUM, GIN, ALE, LAGER, iC. Cased LIQUORS. BITTERS, COCKTAILS, PUNCHES,, Etc.
All of which are offered to the City and Country Trade at New York Prices. No Goods Sold at Ketail. GEORGE SANGSTER <& CO.
Ho.. 16 sad 11,
Agent* for Herring A Co.'. Champion Burglar-Froo
Safe*, and Fab-bank. * Oe.'s Scale*.
rpAYLOR, ZEERLEDER A CO.,
ON TOWN POINT, NORFOLK, VIBOINIA.
tf W. are prepared to .tore aud forward Merclwodiee
Of all descriptions. tuplS— tf
HvriE FOR Hals,
700 Acre* Farming and Timber Lands,
620 " " a «
230 « "
400 " " " "
266 " " h "
106 " "
407 - " "
138 " " " "
400 " " " "
187 » " "
1/7 " " "
260 " " " "
1266 • « • ■ ■
frOS " " " "
451 " " "
800 " "
120 .. .. .. ii
32„ .. . ..
1.100 " " " "
■I " " "
140 " "
140 " "
8000 Acre* Timber Laud, •
360 " «
126 Acres Farming Laud,
11,,n5„ and Lot in city,
16 Lot* in city,
1 Lot 111 city,
1 Store and Lot in city.
3 Lofts to Let for Storage or Main,far to, ing husine**.
POLtlKlt, CARTWRIOHT A Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
febS—tf 22 Wids Water strset. Norfolk, Va.
roB s~a iTe7~
I offer for sale TURKU HUNDRED AND riFTV
ACRES OF LAND, .portion of my iarni, adjoining the
village of Kempsville, In Princes. Anno canty, Va.,
nine mile, from the city of Norfolk, situate on tin. east
bank of ths Kllzabeth River.
The situation I. healthy, society good, adjacent bo
schools and ehurebes. Th. land Is thoroughly adopted '~,
TRUCKING, being high, rich and quick. There is wood
enough on the land to pay for It.
Should it not be desirable for any ens in want of land
Lo have so large a tract, it will l„. divided into lots to suit.
For terms, Ac, apply to SHAW A ROBERTS, Auctiua
and Commission merchant*, corner Roanoke Square and
Wide Water st., Norfolk, Va. la whose hands the proper
ty has been plsced for sale,
J. M. BRICKIIODSR,
1.7- tf Krmpsvlll,,, princess Ann* co . Vs.
f\EBIR Al) L E FA M I ~LY
I / RKSIDKNCB FOR SALR.
That very deairabla Family Residence, Hituar .1 on
Oranby street, three doors above the Methodist Church,
and now occupied by Mrs. Flatter, is offered f.,r Ml..
It ha. . wido entry, with two parlor, .nd . dining
i,,,,ii. on the first Soor, fourchamberson the second floor,
two comfortabl. room, in the garret, and a dry cellar,
a paved yard with kitchen and .moke house conveniently
located, aud a large gu-den.
For further particular, apply to
•eplS—tf J. M. SMITH A BROTH KB.
POR SALE OR CHARTER?
A l.lilHT DRAFT BIDB-WHKL STEAMER, of eight y
to.s burthen, suitable for Freight or Pwwongers—well
filled and In perfect order. Also, FOUR LIMIITKIL",
,le, k...l ovsr, drawing tliirty Inches water, with FIFTY
CORDS OF WOOD—built in tho most substantial manner
—.ipres.lv for lightering wood.
Apply to, or addreas,
Messrs. DUDLEY BBAN A CO.,
•ugl»— tf No. 14 Ro.i.ok- Squara.
CANAL BARGE " COLUM
\ J BIAD" FOR SALB.—Capacity 9,000 bushels Or,, In.
is In complste order, aud but two and a half year. old.
Also, two open Canal Barges, very suitable far carry.
ing wood—capacity fifty cords each.. Also, a Lighter.
Apply to L. REYNOLDS,
novo—tf No. 16 Roanoke Sqnarr.
(HILLETT, CHERRY & MAPP
(Successors to W. D. Roberts k Cb.,)
Mavl'l ACT! RBSS AID WbOLRSALR DEALERS IR
COOKING A HEATING BTOVEH,
TIN, COPPER, SHEET IRON AND JAPANNBD WARB
KOANoKK SQUARE, NORFOLK, VA.,
Corner of Wid. Water street.
tf Roofing, Ship-Work .nd Jobbing promptly at
tended to. Jan4-6m
"V" O T ICE.
On and after this dale tbe freight on all Ooods, Wares,
Merchandise, _c, .hipped by the Baltimore Steam Packet
Company's Steamers hi Norfolk, Old Point, City Point
and Richmond, can b. mad. pay.l Ii at destination, If tbe
shippers or owners deslr. it.
™5 2~*T , TUOB - "• WR " B . *t»nt.
Old Dominion cap..
CHAW a, ROBE R T s!
AUCTIONEERB~A~N D GENERAL
Corner Wide-Water and Roanoke Street..
Oood. cojiiguad .old to the beat advantage, and liberal
advance, made. Particular attentiou given to the aale ol
Real Katate, and renting of Dwelling Houses.
Other sales of Dry Ooods, Groceries, Ac, will be pro. '
perly advertises). ""*
All goods consigned will be sold promptly and r.turns
made at once. ly I—lf
OFFICE SEABOARD A ROANOKE R. B. CO- 1
I'oar.aooTß, Viaoiau, Bm>. a, 1866. f
N T _L_ c ■ •
On MONDAY, the 11th INSTANT, .nd until further
notice, a Train will leave Portsmouth tot Snff.dk IiAILY
will leave Suffolk at 2:3oo'clock,P.ft B.OOUIO '
"»»-*[ " A»e_t. h
ly ANTED TO PURCHASE.^
From On. Thoor«nd to Fiv. _hou*.nd Conk, of oood
"»W> WOOD, *t some convenient
place I" lighter to veawls. There must be fully four feel
of water at the shore. Apply to, or address,
Messrs. DUDLEY BEAN A CO.,
anglfl— tf No. 14 Bespoke Sqaar..
yy A 9, , T E D . J
A SMALL UOUSE In the C.01r.1 part of the city
*I'l» |T »• FOLOBR, CABTWbEht a- CO.'S.
C_ E E D
Bflf\f\ Bushels SEED OATS afloat >*d forsslshy I
.UUU jau26-tf B. T. BOCKOVEB. .
and " |
Just received, a large lot of ths above, and for sale to "
close consignment, by B. T. BOCKOVER.
tf Day Book copy. Jan2>i—if
A PERFECT NOSEGAY.
Try it. To bo found only at tbe
" TIP TOP "
Wine and l.„pi„r Store, ,
f.bS—tf Under ths Atlantic Hot...
W A N J~l_ D~
Two Hundred Thousand Red and White Oak IIOOS- »
HEAD STAVESaud HEADING, for which th* highest
eh price, will b* paid. Ii
f.b6— lm J. M. SMITH A BROTHBB. I
V ° R~ Jj3 A L E. ■
"Six Hand FIRB BNOINBB. in p«rfsct ordw, with ... t
paratns all complete except Ho*e. Apply to
JanlO—tf Chi*f Bnglmwr Borfolk Fire Depart'!.
A few dof«n bottle* of very fin
OLD MADEIRA, *
a ..netv —for s*ls .1 th. a tip x,,p m
Win. .„d Uquor Stor*, 1
•**■»—« Uadar th. Atlantic Hot* k
—.. Mil »' ■ —
PILLS & SALVE.
These Life-giving Remedies aro now,
for the first time, given publicly to tlie
wo_fl. For over a quarter of a century of
private practice, the ingredient* in these
Have been used with the greatest suc
cess. Their mission Is, not only to pre
vent disease, but to cure. They search
out the various malsdies by which the
patient is suffering, and reinvigoratetlie
failing system. To the aged and infirm
a few doses of these valuable PILLS
will prove to be
A Very Fountain of Youth ;
For in every case they add new life and
vitality and restore the waning energies
to their pristine state. To the young
and middle-aged, they will prove most
invaluable, as a ready specific and ster
ling medicine. Here is a dream realized,
tlfat Ponce-de-Leon sought for three
hundred years ago, and never found.
He looked for a fountain that would re
store the old to vigor and make youth ever
AN ETERNAL SPRING!
It was left for this day and hour to reul
ize the dream, and show, in one glorious
fact, the magic that made it fair.
These Famous Remedies
Cannot stay the flight of years, but they
can force hack, and hold aloof, disease
that might triumph over the aged and
the young. Let none hesitate, then, but
seize at once the favorable opportunity
that otters. When taken as prescribed—
FOR BILIOUS DISORDERS,
Nothing can lie more productive of cure
than these Pills. Their almost magic
Influence is felt at once; antl tho usual
concomitants of this most distressing
disease are removed. These remedies
are made from the purest
They will not harm tho most delicate
female, and can be given with good etl'ent,
in prescribed doses, to the youngest babe.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all eruptions of the skin, tlie
KAI.VK is most invaluable. It does
not ileal externally alone, but penetrates
with the most searching effects to the
very root of the evil I
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably Car* ths Following Di.eaios :_ I
Rowel Com plain ta,
Fever and Ague,
Lowness of Spirits,
'Way Notice.—-Nona genuine without
the engraved trade-work around e:>n-h
pot or box, signed by DR. J. MAO
WEI., to counterfeit which is felony.
43 FULTON ST.,
WW Sold by all respectable Dealers in
Medicines throughout the United States
and the Canadas—at 25 cents per box or
ML A. & C. A. SANTOS,
aug!9—ly Norfolk, Va"
J\ R . THOM AS~R 7~ WAlcl)
Respectfully offers his services to the pul.lic. Office
No. 21 Main .treet, opposiie Atlantic Hotel.
Messages left at the Dl ri-c Store of ___•« A WiWrn
under tho Atlantic He til, will meet aith pi Map
T\H. ALEXANDER T. RELL
Respectfully offers I lis services to the pul.lic. Office
and residence No. 41 3outb Catherine *treet.
tender. Ids services tr. tho pul.lic in every l.r uich
H his profe«.K.n. offif, rMid . nc „ „„ 7 uf„. ,«„,„
street, over Mr. Jo«,,h Kehoe's store, and opp-it.. First
National Bank, N'a-felk. Va, r «ep4—«f
•'-•T'HIH ESTABLISHMENT DOEH
NOT ADVF.RTIBB IN THR NBW TORK [HF.RAM!
NOR IN Tnß PRKIN OAZBTTF.."
Rot It does advertise in ~11 tho city paper., and lover. r,l
the rut alway* come tn. the
" TIP TOP."
Juit received on* C**k of very superior
SHBRRV WINE, *
that wiU plena* anybody.
m , l Jlj!Ll ery Cm " r ' hoT •""■■■• Me.linm „,d fair grades i.v
moderate prices. 8
J*g*'■£;■■ •*■'■' « f "n* WINBS .nd I.IgUORS ii
J»nM-tf Isjindsr th. AtLntic How' Bn?ldin_. 1
J. W ' CHam b~erlain a ~CO,
(tmS?". R1 « M ? K «» *bom no. j widr water
"BW BLILDINO. No. 18 H ___
w ATgR BTBEBT.continu. to sell their remalnln--
STOCR OF LIQUORS AND WINES
JJJrfcSS * , * , • ln ordw to clot * ou - ""Mraly and chaag*
They have on hand a line aMortnient of
fc_, whh-h ft- m m* mmtWmVmmTr '
f -** 3 " l » J. W. CHAMBBBLAIN Tea.
F o R a" I b
Tx» Stoop " _tHTOLK," about thirty Ton. „„■*». - I
"5&3r '"'v*'"* t< -osu3b b
AUCTION SALLS; _
By W. ft RobarU,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MBBCHANT,
Corner Roanoke Square and Wlde-Watar Straet.
OALE OF GOVERNMENT
S PKiTI'KRTY AT NORFOLK, VIRGINIA—WIII ba
S. afSothVry "* Wharf. Norfolk. Virfinia, _■____•»*«
THUKSDAY, MARCH 8, 1866,
at II mm. -'. ' I-*. q-A»notyof(4»rtar-».tar'«
prup "' T LUMBER.
60,000 feet, more or mm, Inch PINBBOARDB,»t Taylor
Mills, near Sewell's Point.
MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION.
1 KOCKAWAY OABBIAOB.
A Larg. Lot of
368 Sets PLOW HABNKBB,
20 MANURB FORKS,
CAMP and GARRISON EQUIPAGE.
W> CAMP KKTTLKS,
•i-,1 MKSS PANS.
2 WALL TENTS,
30 COMMON TENTS.
A Urge lx>l of TENT POCES snd PINS.
The above art Idea .re mostly la good order.
A. 8. Vl.Aim,
Captain and A. I! M. and
Sup. B. F and A. L., l.ttX*t. Va.
W. R. RonERTH, Anclloneer. feb27—lo
tf Richmond "Republic" copy .nd send hill tothf
AND ABANDONED PROPERTY.
Trrasiirv Department, RicHaoan District,!
Cvjst.m llotj.a, lUcna-om>, Va. V-
In comp innce with instrntitluna of 11. A. Risley, Em.,
Suuorvi.slug Special Agent, Ac, there will be K>ld. .t pub
lic auction, at Norfolk, Virginia, on Saturday, March J,
st 11 o'clock, a. m.. tho
Lougthecvoiity-five .76) feet six (6) inches, width twentr
imo(_l) feet eight 18) inches, depth of hold six (6) lecl six
(ii) Inche*, tonnage eighty-two and ten ninety-fifth*
, (M 10 «:.H,»,.
The "I'LANTKII" is well adapted for tbe coait and
I riser trade, Is an rixrellent grain carrier, and was con
st™ ted with reference to, and has been engaged in, canal
"' aud river trade in North Carolina
Tortus cash, iiiilovernni.nt funds.
1.1,24 7t Assistant Special A gent, Ac.
Will he .old. THURSDAY, MARCH 1. 1866, at 11
o'clock,_. m., at Die fbol of Roanoke Square, from tha
5,(1(10 Bushels WET CORN.
Cargo of Steamer Bclipse. Sold for .11 whom it may con
cern. WILLKT MOTT,
W. R. Roberts, Auctioneer. feh2k-'.-t
rp R UKT E K~' 8 ~S7v7L~E3
Tsn THURSDAY, MARCH 9. l«6f). at No. CO High street,
Portsmouth, Virginia, will be sold, at p.blio auction, all
the Stock of i1.....1s owned by Jacob Morris, consisting of
. PIECE DOOM,
Ac, Ac, die..
« U.TKIt n, TAYLOR. *. <J. TATLOft.
Oeneral Insurance Agents
"*« riit7 MAKINE)
, ws aEnurs.MT
•THE UNTiHRWRiTERS' AGENCY"
Three Mil lion Dollars'
Issue Policies of FIRE AND MARINE INSUBANCB
Made payable in Gold or Currency.
One Policy of Inaurance issued by th* Oermanla
Hanov.r. Niagara and Republic Fir. aad Marine Ir.su.
rouce Companios of New York. Urge line, of In.uranca
can be effected in the Underwriter." Agency tmuh.h o»«
folicf, thereby obviating the necessity of applying t*>
various s-parai* office, for Insurance to th. amonnt tha*
.re severally able to accept, and of holding numerous
separate policies. ■
ADRIATIC FIRB INSCBANCB COMPANY
N B W YORK.
MEBCtiANTS AND MECHANICS' FIRB INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF BALTIMORE, Mn.
W« .re prepared to plsro risks in first-, lass Compels*
at reasonable ra'cs, i.ud solicit a .liar* of the public na
tronage in this line. *^
Office at Taylor, Martin A Co.'., But .id. M.rk.t
NEW CROCKERY, GLASS~AND
WOOIiEN-WARB STORK, •"***"
No. 62 Main Street.
THOMAS E. ROBERTS
Hss on hand all articles of Household necea.lt; iv th
line, at price, to suit the times. Call and examine h
Stock. No trouble to show our Hoods. The best articl
of Kerosene Oil and Lamp*. Jan2o ly
IM M E NSE IMPROVEMENT INT
IlKß'a Patrut Dtrrct-Actii-o, Ricinioc*Tnio.Pu»« .
Save 76 p.,r cent. In space, weight, transportation, frietio*.
and part., over the l>o«t engines, with great economy in
steam and repairs. The cheapest, simplest, most com
pact and durable mode. Adapted to all purposes. For
clrruUr address TIIK HICKS ENGINE Cl. No SS
Liberty street, New York. fcbio-Cm
4 *pilT MONEYIN THY PURSE I"
ROAD TO W~EALTH I !
6000 ACTIVE AND RELIABLE AGENTS VALB
or Female, and of all ages, are wa.i.eil to ««.«„£!
City. Town, Jillage, llan.lot, Work.hop .nd Factor,
throughout the entire world, lor the sal* of ™_
WATCIIKS, JEWELRY, SILVEK-rt-ARE, MUSICAL
BOXKS, ALBUMS and OTHER ARTICLES.
Energetic pontons of giiod habits and fair bu.ii.e.l tact.
can clear over $_. per week in the country, and a muck
larger amount in thickly lettled locaUUes!
NO CAPITAL REQUIRED ! !
S_nple.ofr.ur Article., to tho amount of $3, will be sent
by mail for in*peciioii, aud if not perfectly astiaractor*
Send y.i.r addrw* if you are of an industrious turn «
mind and in quest of immediate wealth ! 1 Direct to
. . ~ PAIIKINBON a CO., Importer.,
_fy» = M___ 208 Broadway, NJT. Yorfc.
QUARTERMASTER ORNKRAL'S OFFICE.!
d. C, Fel.. 14, 1R66 J
PRO PO S A L H WILL RE RR
wired np to the 2Rth of Febrnary, 1860 ft, r th
raising and delivery at Norfolk. Virginia, to m, „fßc«_
•ipls.iuiedl.y Uojanel Win. L. James, Chlel Quarternias
ter Richmond. Virginia, ot the -1.-aruer '■ S. 1.. Brewster"*
sn.k iv the Appomattox river. Virginia, and the steamer
" Smith 8ri..." sank in Pagan Crick, Isle of Wisht
connty, Virginia- •
Said wre.k. to I* wild at public auction at Norfolk
Virginia, under Ih* direction of a Unit. .1 Mat*. _£__■*>
The -arwitii be paid a certain pvporllon or the ni..
ceed. of *al_ I"*""
Offer, to ha forwarded to this Office for approval
By order of Quartermaster General
__ GEORGE D. WISE.
frt,ia_M Brevet Brigadier General iv charge
__ f * l -.*b? Ocea. and Uln- Tv.n.portanon
C ALT! H A h £ 1
We hsv. ~**-. received
ONB THOUSAn"'" BAUBS OF
ALUM AND FISH SALT.
which w. offer to th. Tr. **"■ * ™>-_l;.dvanr, npon New
York prices. SHKRk, *" 81 -')TTIV.RS k CO
feblJ_,f A «"» '*" *' !UM t >'"P*»-'
— »r Onon,_^:
F ° R : -»- -__ *7 t7
t*inn. A g T t. } !.f, W R< * o *2 J»*»'*A BL *" MOSSUCft CO.-
J*n.es R MeJe, __r ,m^ n , :™,'''" l 3 «"1 iwnpied b,
called NewfcrwT^J' .„ M'" ' h * ,t £*■"' " r !-«__
"rest*. m\?mmm?m&jT mw " Kt -^SiSSJ
J. W. CHAMBERLAIN A CO
•MUm M ° ,2 -**•"* *»»-• *** 'treit,
WATER ~ —
;"■£■£ Ibnr *o«. Pint., for «l. U, .t th.
- TIPTOP *_
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