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HY A. F CUNNINGHAM. I "ONWARD." [VOLUME I.—NO. *4.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST IQ, IS 15. IDubUsUrtJ DnUj>. Wide Water .street, Norfolk, anti corner oj High and Crawford sis , Portsmouth. TERMS OK THE NEW ERA. To subscribers, TEN (JEN l'S PER WEEK, pay able to the Carrif.ii, to whom aioue they arc ie Rpotisible for the amount due at the expiration ol the week. When sent by mail the terms arc i$5 for twelve mouths, !j$‘2 50 for six months, I U3 for three momhs. TERMS OK THE OI.D DOMINION, (WEEKLY. ) One copy §2 per year—by Mail. By the Carrier, 50. i KKl ’o bo paid in advance. WM. R. BOS WICK, Draper and Tailor, Crawford Street, next door to the Post Oflice, Portsmouth, Va. OBBRT HELL, Wholesale ami Retail Hat and Cap Store, Sign of the Panther, High street, Portsmouth Va. H1UIFF, Chemist, corner of High and Mid • (II2 streets, Portsmouth, Va. JOHN COCKE Ac CO., Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, High street, near Middle street, Portsmouth, Va. WII. H. HODGES Ac CO., Booksellers • Stationers, and Dealers in Fancy Goods, at the Poet Office, Portsmouth, Va. CVHARLES H. HEINITSII, Agent. Drug J gist and Apotecary, and Dealer in Paints, Oils, Dyestuff-*, &c., High street, Portsmouth, Va. P I). HAYNES^ Wholesale and Retail Fur niture Warehouse, corner of High uud Mid dle streets, Portsmouth, Va. HOFFMAN. Boot and Shoes Manufactur . • er, south of the Market, Crawford street, V,. I CtTBPttEN JAMES, Wholesale and Retail A O Dealer in Family Groceries, Wines, &c., Mar 1 ket S |Unrt‘> Portsmouth, Va. WILLIAM IJ. PITCHER, Whole ale and Retail Dealer in Root*, Shoes, Hats, Caps, .? Trunks, Leather, Linings, Bindings, &o., west side ,i' Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va. WILLIAM I). ROBERTS, JR.^Manufac turor and Dealer in Stoves, Iron, Copper and S Tin Ware, &c., &c., eorner of High and Crawford jg streets, Portsmouth, Va. JAS. A. SPA LUING, iManulaeturcr and De.il er in Guns, Rifles, Pistols, and every other ar I tide in the Sporting line, Sign of the Mammoth N Gun, High street, Portsmouth, Va. jf "y^I7"ILLS «fc CO., Wholesale Grocers and Com V \ mission Merchants, east end of High street, a Portsmouth, Va. (JC HALL k CO. Wholesale aim Retail Rook, • Stationery and Fancy Goods Establishment, 1 Main street, Norfolk, Va. WILLS, Wholesale Grocery and Commis • sion Store, Commerce street, Norfolk, Va. m__’_ WILLIAM REID, Wholesale and Retail Hat and Cap Store, cast side Market Square, 1 Norfolk, Va. FE RG USON & MILIIAD;>—Lumber” Coal, and general Commission business. Wide Water 3 steet, Norfolk, Va. I CHANGE OF PLACE—BOOT A. SHOE FACTORY. epa The Subscriber would respectfully return his thanks to his numerous | turners, for their continued ami I |cl*^®increasing patronage,and iiiiorm tlie public that he ha* removed his Facto I ry and Sbop_ to BUTTERS’ BUILDINGS on Craw | ford Street, just below the Market, where he will at I tend to all orders with promptitude and despatch. 3 His stock of LEATHER, as usual is selected with 1 great care, and will be found of the best quality CALL AND TRY. ,1 He has now employed workmen from Richmond [ and Philadelphia, who cannot fail to give the most I perfect satisfaction, and he trusts that his unreinit I ted efforts to please will secure him a liberal share I of patronage, as all work taken from his Manu 3 lactory will be warranted. Two or three first rate Hands, for Boots or Shoes I would find immediate and constant employment I by applying soon. The most prompt attention give to all orders, and I no disappointment. Recollect that the money left I in his Establisment, is expended in the Town, and I goes to the support of our own mechanics, and I tradesmen. F. HOFFMAN, Crawford Street. N. TI. A few BOARDERS will he taken by the [ Subscriber, by the year, month or week, on mode I rate terms. Jan 20 Rail iioad notici: tukoi (;ii to WELDON.— The Portsmouth and Roanoke Rail Road Company give notice to the travelling public, that their arrangement to carry passengers to’and from Weldon is now completed ; Mr. Willis Sledge having plared on the line between Margarettsville and Weldon. North Carolina, a superior FOUR HORSE POST COACH ; which will enable the trav eller at all times to connect with the Wilmington Road, without delay, as follows : Portsmouth to Margarettsville, via Rail Road, 63 miles. Margarettsville to Weldon, Four Horse Post Coach, 17 miles Passage to Weldon, - • * $5 00 JAMES C. WHITE, July 2 Agent P. & R. R. R. Company. IT)0 RTS MOUTH R. R. ROAD. —PUB l LIC ACCOMMODATION— Connexion lientw fd.—The Subscribers respectfully inform the Pub lic that a Stage Route has been established be tween Margaretlsvillc and Weldon, in connection with the Portsmouth and Roanoke Rail Road, and the Baltimore Bay Lino, by which Travellers, will J»e placed at cither end of the line without delay.— Those persons desirous of taking this most comfor table and expeditious Route, arc assured that they will be subjected to no disappointment or delay, as the carriages and horses arc of the best quality and stock, aid the Stage Travel is hut Eighteen Miles, over a hard level road. Travellers bv this Route going to or coming from the North, will be conveyed as cheap ashy the City r Point Rail Road, and 7'wo Dollars less than by the Route via Richmond, &c., the Fare between Wcl t don and Baltimore being only $9 00. Passengers by this Route will be carried through B by day light, thus saving a night’s rest. Arrangements have been made with the different companies, running in connexion with this Line, to insure regularity and despatch. 9 WILLIS SLEDGE & To., Weldon, July 1*145. Proprietors. [KWIS K. THOM AS, West side Market (j J Square, Portsmouth, has in Store, and offers * for sale on arc sniuodating terms, cither wholesale °r retail, the following articles— s 25 hags Laguira, Rio and St. Domingo Coffee, 10 hbls New Orleans Sugar, 10 hbls Old Rye Whiskey, r 10 hbls Common do, \ 5 hbls Apple Brandy, 1 pipe French Brandy, 2 qr casks Malaga wine, e 15 boxes No. 1 Soan, P 15 do Candles, Tallow, Spcrin and Wax, _ 5 do Tobacco, 30 hbls Choice Herrings, Gross and Nett, 9 P*aeon, (Hams Shoulders and Midlings,) 20 hbls Flour, Family and Superfine, - ) Sugar, Nails, Cotton Yarn, Fancy Soap, r Pepper, Nutmegs, Starch, Chocolate and a rW00f' rosny other articles too numerous to mention I. C1 RAWPORU IIOUSK, Portsmouth, Va. by J JOHN XV. COLLI NS, assisted by J. XX'. Doyai", who will always be in attendance to r under Travel lers an<j Sojourners comloriuble and agreeable. |CJ** Porters arc always in attendance, free of charge. PASSENGERS RY CARS AND BOATS TAKE THEIR MEALS AT THIS HOUSE. Ocj-Tbis Mouse is so well known to Northern and Southern Travellers, that not one word is necessary to be said in its praise. To Ladies and Gentlemen, desirous of making a longer short sojourn in Ports mouth, where every delicacy of land and sea can be obtained in the utmost richness and abundance, the Proprietor would state that the House is pro vided with every modern improvement, for the comfort and convenience of his Patrons, while honest and attentive Servants are always in atten dance. OCf-The STARLES attached to this popular and extensive Establishment are the largest and most commodious of any in Eastern Virginia. MRS. FANNY GODWIN can accommo date a few single gentlemen, and a gentle man and his wife with Hoard, on moderate terms. For her ability to give satisfaction, she would refer to any who have boarded with her. Residence, on County street, between Court and Dinwiddic sts. Transient Hoarders taken by the day or week. April 2-1 HU I ll/Ka—On and at tor MONDAY next, 16th ’instant, the James River i Steamboats will leave Mr. r'uuTnGATE s *v nari aany, (Sundays cxcoptcd) at 5^ o’clock in the morning-. DICKSON & MALLORY. June 13 Agents, J. R. S. B. CIIANGEOF HOUR. _ On and after FRIDA V next, thc25th instant,and * daily until further notice. y CAt rjivru ) lilt' BALTIMORE STEAM PACKETS will leave Hunter’s Wharf, Norfolk, for Baltimore, at. 3 o’clock, P. M., connecting with the James River Steamboats, CURTIS PECK and JEWESS, arriving in time and connecting'with the Steam boat and Railroad lines for Philadelphia. JAS. F. HUNTER, Apent, April 23 B. S. P. Co. FOR WASHING TON— FAREREDUCED ^ TO if a.—Thesteamer OS ■» CEOLA will leave Norfolk mm rortsmoum every ounuay and I hursday, at 5 (•’clock P. RI. Returning will leave Washington ' every Tuesday and Saturday, at 9 o'clock and Al j exandria, at half-past 9, A. IVI. Passage and Fare 5'5. The Osceola will touch at Cone River every Sun day going and Saturday returning from Washing ton. She will stop at Aquia Creek and all the usual i landings on the Potomac to take ofTor land Passen ‘ g^rs. JAMES MIMCHELL, May 5 Captain. THE CHEAPEST A BF>T route to the VIRGINIA SPRINGS.— "* Through in three dutis, with mu, suss stage iravri man any oilier route. DAILY, (Sunday’s excepted.) The Steamers CURTIS PECK, Captain Davis, and JEWESS, Capt. Sutton, leave Southgate’s Wharf, Norfolk, at 5£ o’clock, daily (Sunday’s ex cepted) for Richmond, and arrive in due time to connect with the Packet Boats to Lynchburg, lea ving daily at 5 o’clock, P. M., (Sunday’s except ed) arriving in 32 hours, thence by stages (in day time,) via. Natural Bridge to the. Springs j through the whole route from Norfolk in 3 days, without any fatigue, so requisite, for invalids. Phasagc and Fare through to White Sulphur Springs, meals and lodgings included on board of boats trom Norfolk to Lynchburg, £11. PASSENGERS FOR STAUNTON. The Packet Boats for Staunton leave Richmond every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon at 5 o’clock, passengers going to Staunton by lea ving Norfolk on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in the Jewess, Capt. Sutton, will arrive in sufficient time to take this comfortable and ex peditious route, being only 44 miles staging. Pas sage and Fare to Staunton by «his route from Nor folk £8, whole expense £8£ from Norfolk toStauu ton, £1 25 less than by Louisa Railroad at £8. Tickets throughout can be procured on board the River Boats. DICKSON & MALLORY, June 16 Agents, J. R. Steamboats. THRESH MINERAL WATERS.—We take r pleasure in informing the public generally that wc have received,and will keep constantly up during the season, a full supply of " WHITE SULPHUR WATER,” from the celebrated Spring in Green* brier County, Va. This water, which has been for several years transported from the White Sqlphur Springs, in Greenbrier County, in this State, enjoys great repu tation throughout the United States, and is now very generally used, and its virtues extolled as a remedial agent in bilious diteases incident to a warm climate, dyspepsia, costiveness, jaundice, chronic rheumatism, gout, dropsy, in affections of the breast occasioned by disease of the stomach or liver, neuralgia, and nervous diseases in general ; chronic inflamation of (he kidneys and bladder, anti urcthia ; piles, scrofula and crup'ions. or other affections of the skin; ill-conditioned ulcers, mer curial diseases, be. be., all of which is attested by the highest names in the medical profession, and many others who have for years used this water, both at and when removed from the fountain. SA RATOG \ WATER, from the Congress, Union, Pavillion and Iodine Springs in New York, in quart anti pint. Irottles. CHALYBEATE MINERAL WATER, an active anti lasting Tonic, A general view of (he analysis of this water, will show that it stands the first in rank of the highly concentrated “ Chalybeates,”— consequently it acts as a Tonic, increasing the strength of the system, raising the force of circu la (ton, giving tone to tho degistive organs, aug menting the muscular vigour, and promoting the excretions ; it is of course advantageously employed m those diseases in which Iron is principally lined, suchi as Amenorrhea, Chtoro*i», some states of Me norrhagta, f-nirorrhea, Dyepepeia, Scrofula and ca non* form* of ( hronir. Dcbilifu. *#*The only Agents for Wm. B. Calwbu., pro l*ic ' .'yh5,c Sulphcr Spring,” are M. A. SANTOS Norfolk, and CHAS. H. HEINITSH. Agent. High street, 4th door below Middle, July 2 Portsmouth, Va. '— ii.. 1,1 — ii ii n———— mm ■mu 'TO COUNTRY MUKCUANTS. NEW I. YORK TRADE.—The attention of Country Merchants is requested to the following cards of various branches of business, all of whom are pro vided with the best assortments of Goods and Mer chandize from the foreign and domestic markets. They nro full/ prepared to supply all articles needed for the country trade, and on such terms as cannot fail to suit customers either in prices or quality. SILK GOODS. Staple and Fancy Silk Goods. Robert L. Smith & Hfnoehson, 176 Pearl street. Peck, Nicholson & W'uiuht, 139 Pearl street, and 90 Heaver street. George H. Williams, late of Williams, Rankin & Pcniman. 24 Exchange Place, opposite tlie Exchange 3 doors from William street. DRY GOODS. Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Hallock. Mount & Hillings, 173' Pearl street,one door above. Pine street. Hall &. Parsons, 49 Wrilliatn street. STAPLE DRY GOODS. Mebrett, Ely & Co., Nos. 50 and 52 William st., between Wall and Pine street. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. Doiiemus, SrvDAM & Nixon, No. 39 Nassau street, corner of Liberty stre.-t, opposite the Post Office. Akgell & Co., No. 17 William street, between Ex change Place and Reaver street. Cuttf.rs ft. Phelps, No. 59 Cedar street. Hates ii Masterton, No. 26 Liberty street. CROCKERY. * French and English China, G/a^s and Earthenware. Thos. F. Field, 101 Hroad street. R. F. IIaviland. 82 Maiden Lane. H. Stevenson, No. 270 Pearl street, one door from Fulton Hank. - HARDWARE. Hardware, Cutlery, Edge Tools, <!yc., Ger man and .American, comprising every thing in the line. Osborne & Little, 33 Fulton street, opposite the United States Hotel, bet.vcen Pearl and W'aler streets. Dennistoun & Disbrow, Sign of the “ Padlock,” 68 Pearl street, near Hroad street. Andrew L. IIalsted, No. 7 Platt street, sells only for cash. The cheapest Hardware Store in the City. - HOOTS AND SHOES. H. W. ic C. F. IIowe, 151 Water street, otic door from Maiden Lane. DRUGS. French and English Drugs, Chemicals, Ess. Oils, Perfumery, Brushes, <$-c. ,/2/so Platina Hire, /Vrz/e oh<Z JFW. Johnson, Moore & Taylor, 81 Maiden I.ane, (up stairs ) - DYE STUFFS. £)//<* Stuffs, /.)?/£ lFoods, Acids, §c. William Partridoe & Son, 27 ClilT street. FRINGES, &c. Fringe., (limps, Cords and Tassels, Bind ings, Zephyr Worsted, Coat Cords, <Syc. D. A. Booth, Importer and Manufacturer of all kinds of Trimmings, No. 100 William street. HOSIERY, &c. Ladies' Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Gloves, and Haberdashery, in every variety. Lopee & Quackinbusii, 20 William street. Suspenders, Gloves, Cravats, Scarfs, Ho siery, §c. Caps, Slocks, Linens, Oil Silks, <5yc. tS-c. John M. Davies & Jones, 106 William street, cor ner of John. SMALL WARES AND THREAD AND NEEDLE ARTICLES. Schreoof.r & Switzer, No. 72 William street, up stairs, Importers and dealers in Fringes, Tapes, Bobbins, Plated Hooks and Eyes, Needles and Pins, Pearl Buttons, Lisle, Thread and Bobbin Laces, Cottons, Woolen and Worsted Yarns, Woolen and Merino Hosiery, with a variety of tailors’ and other Trimmings, &c. TOYS, &c. English, French and German Fancy Goods; Fire Crackers. J. W. IIoLnv.RTON, No. 73 Maiden Lane, four doors cast of William street. FANCY GOODS. French, English anil German Fancy Goods, Table and Pocket. Cutlery, Scissors, Brushes, Combs, Fancy Boxes, Jewelry, Toys, cV. William Noyes, 21 Cedar street, up stairs, be tween Pc irl and William streets. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c. Publishers of Music and Manufacturers of Musical Instruments. F. Riley & Co., No. 297 Broadway, between Duane and Readc streets. Firth, Hall & Pond, 239 Broadway, corner Park Place, sole asrents for Chiokcring’a Piano Forts; also, Worcester’s celebrated Pianos. Patent Harp Frame, Piano Forte Manufac tory and- Music Store. Glenn, Rogers h Co., No. 152 Fulton street, east of Rroadway. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Fine Watches. S. Lammond & Co., of the late firrn of Benedict & Hammond, will continue the selling of fine Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware, at the old stand, No. 44 Merchants’ Exchange. line Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silver Ware. Samuel W. Benedict, Watch Maker) D. Beach, Jeweller, No. 5 Wall street. S STATIONARY, hr. Blank Books, Foreign and Domestic Sta tionary, Sfc. Francis h Loutrel, 77 Maiden Lane. JOSEPH GILLOTT’S STEEL PENS. A complete assortment of all kinds of the above well known Pens, on cards and ir. boxes, togeth er with a largo stock of cheap Pens in boxes constantly on hand. IIenrv JessoF, importer, 91 John street, corner of Gold. RICH k. T.OtTTR F I, • Importers of French and English Fancy and Staple Stationery, 61 William street, New York. English and French Tissue and Writing Papors; Scaling Wax, Wa- 1 fers, Steel Pens. Parchment, Inks Fluids, &e_ Manufacturers of Account (I >oks for the trade. — Papers of every dcs-riptiutt ;,t the manufacturer's prices I >oniostic- Stu'ionery. on Commission. James V. Rich. IVm. M. Loutrel. BRITANNIA AND TIN WARE. Plain and Japanned Tin Ware. Menzies & Brother, 34 Cliff street. CARPETS, &c. Carpets, Oil Cloths, lings, JIattings, Drug gets, Sfc. Reuben Smith, Jr., 254 Broadway, opposite the Ci- I ty Hull. j „ LAMPS, &c. Horn's Patent Glass Fountain Lamps for Cam phi nr. Jllso, Webb's superior Double Distilled Cam phi nr. J. O. Fay, 136 Fulton street, Sun Buildings. PERFUMERY. Manufacturers of Perfumery, Cosmetics, Fancy Snap, §c. Alexander & John Ramhav, successors to N. i Smith Prentiss, sign of the Golden Rose, 45 Mai- j den Lane. PRINTING M VTERIALS. Wood Type, Cases, Stands, Furniture, Gal- j leys, See. Jllso, .Yew and Second [[and Printing Materials. Wells & Webb, No. 32 Ann street. TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY. James.Connor &. Son, 21 Ann street, corner Nus suu street. CAPS. [fat. Cap and Fur Store. N. B. Wilbur & Co. No. 85 Maiden Lane. IRON SAFES. Manufacturer of Wihlcr's Patent Salaman der, warranted free from dampness. Silas C. Herring, 139 Water street. RAZOR STROPS. Manufacturer of the Celebrated .Magic Ra zor Strop of Four Sides. L. Chapman, 102 William street. Sold at Manufacturer’s prices, by all flic Hard- ] ware and Fancy Goods Importers—prices reduced j 33J per cent. PAPER WAREHOUSE. Commission Paper Ware House. Eugene Ely, 71 Fulton street, New York. July 21__ i CECOND HAND PIANOS.—We have t77o O excellent PIANOS, nearly new, which we will • either sell or rent at an uncommon low price, in 1 order to make room lor 1 new splendid Pianos hourly exported by the • schooner Wave, Capt. Rogers, one of which is Rose i Wood, highly finished with all the extra keys, harp 1 pedal, and with the iron frame. Another of Rose Wood without the iron frame. i Another of Mahogany, cross bounded with Rose j Wood, all the extra keys, finished in the best man- ; ner. Another of Mahogany entire, this has all thecx- 1 tra keys and harp pedal. For the above we have India Rubber Covers. For sale by C. IIALL & CO. April 30 OTA IIR’S CAMPH IN E L AMPS.—After a fair trial of W. H. Starr’s Patent Camphine Lamps, I am convinced they have no suncrior, if brilliancy and economy be considered. Bein rr anx ious? to nilbrd as much light as possible to the Pub lic, I have consented to act as Agent lor the man • ufacturer. I have received a variety of the above LAMPS, 1 to wit: Side, Hanging, and Parlor LAMPS, of | beautiful patterns, which I will sell at the manu- j facturer’s prices. In many parts of the city of Now York these Lamps have superceded the Gas I Light. (July 7) WILLIAM REID, Norfolk. (&» SEC IIET DISEASEs7-f7) TARRANT'S COMPOUND. A pleasant, safe and certain cure for all cases of G******»* and G*****. In consequence of the many j useless Mixtures and Pills re i commended for these, trouble- ! somc complaints, it is neces- : sary publicly to announce j I (hat this preparation is the . best known for the immediate roinovnl of these, diseases.— I ‘Tarrant’s Cojjpounh’ cures ! where Fills, Drops, Electua ries, Copaiba, Nitre and Har- | lem Oil will have no effect.— ! It is therefore recommended j . as the first remedy to be tried in all cases, for when recent, ONE BOX GENE- ! RALLY PRODUCES A PERMANENT CURE. It is put up in a neat portable form, tasteless, and does not impair digestion. To prevent mistakes and to procure the Gen- : nine, it is sold only by his regularly appointed Agents, M. A. Santos, Norfolk, and at the Drug store. High street. 4 doors below Middle, by (HI AS. H. HEINTITSH, Agent, (Member of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Chemistry.) \ fresh supply of Copaiba Capsules,— Also,’ Pre- j rnium Capsules, warranted : Pure Copaiba Balsam i and oil Cubebs. i , y :t| i WOOD IV A PHTH A. — This having recently cotne into use in London ns a remedy lor Turbcreulous Consumption, and very favorable and happy effects having resulted from it, has induced tire subscribers to have some of it prepared with great care, perfectly port , and high ly rectified, in order that a fair trial may be made of its merits. I bis is warranted to be the article so highly re commended by Or. Hastings (Physician to the I'rce Dispensary London.) in his statement pub lished in tlic London Lancet, when he cautions per sons using it to be sure and proeu'e this kind, as an impure article (or Coal Tar Naphtha) has pro duced the most unpleasant and dangerous effects. It has been user! by many of our most eminent Phy sicians, with decided success. Xew York,.Inn. 1st. 1845. RCSIITIN & CO. The above article of Naphtha just receiver! and for sale by HENRY HUFF, July 1" High street. Do\- r VO I ir g \ I) Tills ! Fur If ToU do you rnayfinr! something to phase you, that is (hat I am determined to sell my Guns, Pistols, ! Powder Flasks, Shot Hags, and every article in the ' Sporting Line,cheaper than ever, and if you want to he fitted out with a new Gun and Apparatus just call at theSignof the Mnmmntli (Sun, where you can also have your Flint Gun turned into Percussion, or [ any other work requiredto ho done in the Guns- i mith line. So don’t forget one Door East of the Old Dominion Office, if you want bargains. Dec. J. A. SPALDING. Bacon and lakh, -io.ooo ih* hmYon Hog Round, 5.000lbs Extra Hams, 50 kegs No 1 LARD, just received from Southampton County, for sale by WILLS & CO. June Is rwmn «aixw xsar-.'jvm i iMi.«i'ru «bhiu» i ith—■ 3Tei*ms of SRtomfsfitfi. One square one insertion,.50 One wo two do.t ”p 7c, One do three do.I 00 One do one week,. j 75 One d»> two weeks. 2 7'» One do one month. .j ( p One do two iftonths. 7 pp One do three months. jp (,p One do six months,. 16 00 One do per year,. 30 pp (tj* /'"'•Irr lines or Itss make a square ; longer ones charge.I m proportion, uxl are to be paid for in advance. Advertisements ord« rod in only once or twice n. week, will ho charged 60 rents per square f()r the lirst insertion, ntul •</'. .tents for>each subsequent insertion. n PROSPECTUS FOR THE NEW ER4 FM'BLISIII |) DAILY IN NORFOLK AND ’ 1*0RTSIWOl'TH, VJROINIA. 1 he New Fa x will he democratic :u its tone and charade. , devoted to the Republican party in its polities, and is intended to meet the whig press in the City of Norfolk on cqu >1 ground, to epread true knowledge before tlx* people in this section of Vir ginia, and lully define and sustain Republican Prin rifles; those PRINCIPLES which have been hallowed by all \ irg.nta 3 Statesmen, irnmutablv impress, d upon her destiny by the Resolutions of l7;b-'90 nilfj firmly upheld in every election for National Ofti eers since we have been a Confederation of States. I bus boldly and explicitly statin? om politics xvc wot.1.1 not have it understood that xvc rise up for the purpose of pursuing an indiscriminate and on remittmg person, 1 warfare upon our political co emporaries Wc shall holdout the Olive Brand, to them, and only pierce when they strike. Wo 11,lend to make.a Newspaper of The New F.ha that .sball be a welcome and profitable visiter to every citizen the community, in whose columns noth mg but tru h will he found, and on whose state ments the utmost reliance can be placed. The New Fra Some may he curious enough to inquire why we have given the paper this name : Our reasons arr these : 1. Because xvc now identify ourselves more close ly with the good people of Norfolk, whose grow ing enterprise xvc have’ long witnessed and admired, and whose prosperity, with our own, we des.ro to advance; and in so identifying ourselves, WO have chosen (he time when 1 Ae,n. tra , S.°P<ln(|Jd UP°» «he good -* Old Bor ough and she firnls herself, l.y the silent but potent operation of the ballot-box. suddenly transformed into a young and vigorous citv rr nt ?" r""’-iifcS take her stand among the rival cities of the 1 n.on: when the last vestige of kingly char tired lights IS broken down, and ehc comes met-V ^ Unc ur a rcpubhcan municipal govern ‘ ‘ 1 , 11,0 History of Norfolk, t int a permanent Democratic paoer is now for Mu. first time to be established within lierTimits; and all can, no doubt, remember when there were but some ten or a dozen men, who were bold enough, on great questions of public pol icy, to gw up to the polls and proclaim thin . selves .or democratic measures--their numbers now amount to “ leo.on,” and they arc con^ inualiy increasn^. They have grown so nu merous that they demand an organ and fxpo suppoK it °,r PrinClp,CS* for th®y ca» a«>d will 3. Ft is started at a JVrw Fra in our National af fur.s when wonderful changes have just been wrought in the political world ; when n ran r Jheihead «>f afliiits. when obi parcel have been broken down,and old measure's have been quietly abandoned, and we open our eves upon a new order of things. Wc 'find the first gnat move in carrying out the object of our government, “enlarging the boundaries of freedom, just about to he made, by the annex a .on ot I exas, and the Old World is astounded at our progress, and muttering* arc heard from ar«r We take our stand where and when w o can do the most efficient service, and render more certain aid to the Government which wc c zealously labored to bring into power uch are some of the reasons that induce us to give the new paper the name we have propo^d and we hope they w,U he satisfactory to e ery freeman* aU.e.t we do not agree with Shakepeare, that “a rose by any other name would sin.-II as sweet,” and bllTthcVw-m wrTn7 7°™! Wrh° Hke n°‘ °"r "ame, y get used to it before we arc done with The New Era will contain all the earliest Intel hLence, local and foreign, and such porting of m?, cel la neons reading, that erne a i„ paper; and in order to secure it an extensive circa I at ion, and bring it within the compass of all tho pru e is put down as low as it can possibly be of forded, to insure it* permanence v^f-zLDot ft” a year to all who desire to take the piper in week7ml 7W r ”/ pay advancc5 ^n?(Fenia a n,,d 'Cents a ri urn her, invariably paid at the time of delivery. Carriers will be furnished We htye adoV? S\‘ • ”Ppiy for transient custom. nalr ms onl| P !W coyrse >” order to insure our patrons and ourselves from possible loss. This give us an extensive circulation, and will of whkh’advert ,T1°';t profitable medium through , ' r l l ri:?1 meet the public eye, while terms will be the same as now charged fora, more limited circulation. a Ior SL ® ktt'e thoroughly examined the whole ground, and vve are convinced that the proposed plan of Blartedin?hi*«the °,nl^JlK,ici?us onS that can be ar - , ,,9P°'a- ‘Paf' ‘>RC; " » useless to strive S r-upr°7rc39 of human improve, m lit., and if we wish to keep in company w e must put on more steam and rush with the tide. We have, done so, and we now ask for that patronage ?• , 'yaed°in°t brca.k mm connection with our old Pa [ ,Z7,CIK f; but "hal1 them a Daily in ori‘X °r a PnPcr> without increasing the ’r, ^cr;p r; this, wc have no doubt, wilt be gratifying to them. The Public’s most obedient Servant, A t1 nrMwiv/ifi i Sf:>nis;sOUT,,,,RN MONTHLY MAG .., r,K! subscriber issued a Magazine, vitl. he above title, on the first of January last It will he devoted to Literature and the Arts — A department will be assigned to Politics, and a rnanly expansion of sentiment on lending ques tions, will aiiu to influence the opinions of tbo •ountrv. Criticism of an indulgent but whole mine kind, will be employed, on independent prin ciples, at once for the promotion and the improve* inent of American letters. The work will be pub isbcd by Messrs. Burges & James. No. <i, Broad itrect, Charleston, who will attend to all the busi ness departments. All communications must be nadc to them, or through them, to the Editor ... _ , W. GILMORE SIMMS. Woodland, Dec.l, 1844. , ^ James invite subscribers to the Southern Monthly Magazine.” The work will -ontain at least 72 pages monthly, making a vol. one of from 432 to 450pages, semi-nnntially. and v.ll he furnished at the rate of $8 per annum, layal.lc in every case In advance. Subscriber* lave the privilege of making their payments b»if jrearly.if they desircit. jan g f1,l E A P F A MILY GROCERIES._The y Subscriber having purchased the entire stock of Hoods formerly owned by Mr. J. M. Binforrl, and laving added thereunto i d-nfrrd dxxorlmenl of FAMILY GROCERIES. V akos (his oernsion to assure his friends and the nubiic generally, that no efforts will be found want ng on hi, part to accommodate and give general latisfaetion. being determined to keep constantly m hanrl a choice assortment of Grorerie*, whirl, * ill be sold as low as they can he purchased in the wo places. Ilo takes this occasion of invitingthe former cos Mr. to continue dealing at tho Obi Stand, and bestow upon him some small ■hare of the patronage so liberally bestowed unon ns predecessor. GEORGE W. GRICE, K At Binford’s ” Old Stand,” _ **» Fast side tlo- Market. ( lOBHEE B1 I TER \ ED CHEERE Lj ruin, and 10 keg, BUTTER. 20 boxes Cheese, ust received on consignment, for sale by June 13 WILLS k CO