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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 22 June 1865

THE NORFOLK POST It Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday* Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, VORFOIK, Va., aad sold to Daftlerx and Ni-ws Dnvs at TIIIIKK DOLLARS PER HUNDRED, ,«* sant to rabarrlbara I.v mall at the rat» of I THN DOLLARS PER YEAR, IpayAbls in adrance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE FOUNTS. RtatdanU in tbc city of Sorfolk or Port-mouth, dwlrLla( the papar lift regularly at their houses or places of [boal'iass, will be servud by a carrier, by leaving tbo naitic 'and address at tbo counting-room of the pu!>li<aUon •flic*. They will tattle with the carrier weekly tor the same. i lb jotMk fflsT i THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1865. Judge Underwood and Generel Lee. i [From the Petersburg, (Vu.) June 10.J Jahn C. Underwood, an Itinerant srhoolmasl-i- from a I Northern State, settled ninny years ugo iv the citiity of Nrlkx, Virginia, took charge of a country wheats and I began in a modest way to correct the ignorance of thi* tMMfglited State. In tho course of tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 22 June 1865

iITUBBDAY, JUNE 22, 1805. All communication- .Muting «« I**"* mutters coti-,„,t,-,l wit* this paper ■hanU be addressed to P.. U. Brown, Non',,U; Post. All i-ommnnlcatioiu (ttsrtelnmg <° i:,ln.,ih! mutters, und all com ipondeacii intended for U" ~„. i should I"- s'Wri'••> I t'J •'" 1| » Cl » rk . *■**■ AdvH-ii-er. »rer«,nc«t..l to lian-l in their advertise ■ More -i\ fcJack in Ike eTenuwj amfotn t,, puiai 1..., tasteta* pan Hi will pi'"-" 1 • fCimitiiiK-iouiii tliu tuviiing [*"■ nkstUen und Ktiitioiiurs.ai-i- a»a> is N„il',.lk ftn", und All ordaat, itteoded t,, Dm sumc"" if tafl at ~, a oliori/..,l Advertising Agilita slid Bo tea. RFOLK POST. rpose of the proprietors o Post, in this article, . They say, only, that i in and hope toestab- ! - -is newspaper. To this rchascd, »t war-cost, rrofn inefficient newspaper , season of eongratulai,.... »c birth-day of a new ■■■i. • kit awhile, nnd see ir ral or political agent, •ulated to ai<? in the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 22 June 1865

by the Federal and State* governments for that purpose. Deprive a citizen of his rights to the agencies created by the State government for his benefit and he is only half protected: perhaps all his power to assert bis rights and redress nis wrongs may be lost. By the term agencies in Ibis connection, f embrace all the officers known to the laws of the Federal find State governments, as ngenis and servants of the people, to perform the public duties assigned them by the laws. The assistance or service of these agencies is one of the natural rights of the citizen; and according to our theory of government, sovereignty resides in the people, and by tl>e exercise of thai sovereignty, they create the offices and appoint the persons to fill them, directly or indirectly. The people of a State may be divided Into two classes during a rebellion, tinone class loyal, the other disloyal; The loyal are the true and faithful to the government; the disloyal are the unfaithful, and thos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 22 June 1865

J>'2, ISH6. LET IT PASS. Let f irmor gi:nlgrs puss.- Shakspeare. Be not swift to take oii'enee; ' "iLet it pass. Auger is a foe to sense; Let it pass. Ihood not darkly o'er a wrong Which will disappear ere long, Rather sing this cheering song,— » Let it pass, Let it pass. Strife corrodes the purest mi ml, Let it pass, As the unregarded wind, Let it pass. Any vulgar souls that live May ■ondemn without reprieve.; "1 is the noble who forgive, Let it pass, Let it pass. Echo no! an angry word; Let it pass. Think how often you have erred; Let it pass. Since our joys must pass away, J ike the tlewdj.'ops on the spray, Wherefore should our sorrows stay? Let it pass. Let it pass. if for good you've taken ill, Let it pass. Oh! be kind and gentle still; Let it pass. Tltr," at lust EOA-M all tilings straight. Let us not resent bat wait, And our triumph shall be great; Let it pass, Let it pass. Hid your to depart; T et it pass. Lay thvse homely words to beart,— Let it pass, follow not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 23 June 1865

. LIL J J THE NORFOLK POST Is Published EVERY MORNTNO (Sunday sl'.xcepledl at No. IS Roanoke Square, MMIVOI.K, VA.. nnd sold (o Dealers and News Hoys al THREE DOLLARS PER HIADIiF.D, or sent to snliKCrilKw.i by mail at the tats of TEN HOLLA US I'EII YEAR. !»_able iv advance. Singb copies, al the I "iilili r, FIVE F.'.sTS. 'Risldents in Ihe city of Norfolk 01 P,,i-l«iiioulb. ,b- irig the paper b-rt regularly at their houses nr places of uslness, will be nerved by n carrier, by leaving the HUM nd address at tin- cunliiig-rooin of the piiblienlion (Rce. They will vetth-uith the carrier wnlih same. rpH_ NORFOLK POST JOB PRINTING OFFICE, NO. IS ROANOKE SQUARE, (FORMkULV 'HIE 111.1 l ii.'.' 11l II.WM. i NEAR MAIN STREET, Will be complete in all if apTWntraevthL Tin. Lit .nt impioveinents in PRESSES, TYPES AND MATERIAL, together with the most PROFICIENT and KXPKIiIEXCED JOB PRINTERS, will enable us t„ assent* EVERY DESCRIPTION 0* PIUM'INiI in II si satisfactory manner The facililie :iiioi.l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 23 June 1865

thanks to the enterprise of some capitalists, who are willing to invest largely in rebuilding this portion of the city, and others would do likewise If the landholders would only show any liberality in regard to rents, which it is said they hold at such exhorbitant terms, that few capitalists can be found foolhardy i enough to venture upon an investment. It is to be hoped these gentlemen will Me the folly of their course, and become i tractable and liberal—if not for their own i nukes, why for that of their beautiful «'ty A great many wooden shanties ii',vebeeu put up at different points in the ruins in which the proprietors artdoing a small business.in a small way, nelling lemonade, spruce beer, green apples, sour oranges and molasses candy. In passing up Main or Cary street to the Spotswood, we walk for half a mile amid ruins surrounding us on all sides and go groping our way through broken granite and piles of blackened bricks, now avoiding a tottering wall thatsways in tin wind,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 23 June 1865

FRIDAY, JUK-K 83, WWB. THE NEWS. By the arrival at New York on Thursday from CnWleston of the government steamer Wissahiekon ami the merchant steamship Alhainbra we received our regular dispatches to Saturday last, which are very interesting, illustrating', as they do, the progress and the unavoidable difficulties in the work of reconstriiciioii in the Palmetto stale, and forming a complete chronicle of reeenl events. \s passengers on board the Albambra carte a portiop of n (teiegatlon to wail on President Johnson and lay before him the condition ofafflilrs In iln Htateaml request the early appointment of a Provisional Governor. Their il ml choice for this position is ex-( lovernor Aiken, and their second General Qurney, J lost commandant at Charleston. The ate rebel Hec'y ofthe I'rensury, Mr. Trenholm has been arrested .: Columbia, taken to Charleston and placed in confinement. Charleston hnd again assumed a biisincsslil-.i aspect. The work of rebuilding the portion ot ibe ciiv des...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 23 June 1865

®he Norfolk fflrts Friday, june 23, lais. . -—■ 1 CHARADE. 1 A maid utooil on the lieneh, With Iter arm. out, at full reach. And cried,—while her fingers Moit gmrefully hcekoned,—• ••Oh third! nnd I will coin,- to you, my second ."' She changed tho metre,— Thus let v. repent her :— "Past you row, fust you go,— I don't care a pin; Oh merrily dor. the first row. . That my secrmd's in " ■ SfCOTidlmd just ruined hit .hip, As the- accent* lelt her lip. F,rst and ttcond gave v cull Throupli my whole, to iiiiiiinoii all; And tlnit Icaab strain -d oul an nir, Which Is floating through the fair. — ... FROM WASHINGTON. [Correspondence of the New York Herald.] APPLICATIONS FOB PARDON. Washington, June 18,1866. To-day's mails have made a large addition to the number of applications for Executive pardon, and particularly from the States of Virginia and North Carolina. Notwithstanding the misreprestations of interested and de- ' signing politicians, the mass of the people from those States accept...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 June 1865

THE NORFOLK POST is Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) a No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Vs., and sold to Dealers and News Roys at THREE DOLLARS PER IIUNDREI •r sent to subscribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR, payable in advance. Single copies, nt the counter, FIVE OtNTS. BU sidenta in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, desiiIlug Ihe paper left regularly at their houses or places of business, will be served by a carrier, by leaving the name and address at the roiiuting-rooni or the publication office Tliev will settle with the carrier weekly for the earn*. PRINTING. ■T"HE NORFOLK POST - JOB PRINTING OFFICE, NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE, (FORMERLY THE HERALn BUII.MNO,) NEAR MAIN STREET, Will be complete In all its appointments. The latest improvement* in • PRESSES, TYPES AND MATERIAL, together witii the most PROFICIENT nnd EXPEItIKNCED JOB PRINTERS, will enable us to exicute EVEUV DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING in the most satisfactory manner. The facilities iill'ordi-d by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 June 1865

SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1865-_ All communications relating to liiisiuiws matters contacted with this paper should he *_u_*ed to E. M Brown, Norfolk Post. All communications iiertuiuing to Editorial niaUm-H. anil sll correspondence tetrad** 1 for tho paper should he addrrssoil to John Clark, Editor. Advertisers are requested to hand in their advertisement* before six o'clock lv the evening, previous to pnbli«atlon. Newsmen and newsboys desiring papers will pleas,' save their orders at thu counting-room the evening previous, before six o'clock. Mayhflw A Brothers, Booksellers and Stationers, areauthorlted agents to sell the Norfolk /W, ami nil orders left with theiu will bo attcuded to the same as if left at the offlee of publication. S. _. Pettergill A Co. are authorized Advertising- Agent for the Pott iv New York ami Boston. A WQ__ OF CAUTION. In the present abnormal condition of affairs in our city, caused by the transition from military to civil government, it becomes our people to pra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 June 1865

lfc*§»rfom|«St^ BATUKDAY J JUNEJ24,J 866 ' ' The Aiwy~& Nam Official Gazette publishes the following dispatch from Gen. Grunt to Gen. Hulleck, ordering the latter to disregard Sherman's truce, j It should have accompanied Hnlleck's ] letter: ] Foktriss Momroi, Sntiii'iliiy, April 2-J, 1605. Med. Oen. Halleck, Richmnnd, Va.: \ The truce entered into by Sheinui" I will be ended as soon as I can reach j Raleigh. Move Sheridan with, biff cavalry toward (iiccnslioio, North t .'j uo |!"' ua, as soon as possible. 1 think it win be well to send one corps of infantry also, the whole under Sheridan. 1 lie infantry need not go further than Danville, unless they receive orders heieatter to do so. ■•**«., U. S. (iUANT, liieut.-Gen. General Grant, the day before he loft the Chicago Fair, was obliged to capitu- ' late to the ladies, who took him by I atorm. Mrs. I.ivermore said to him: , "These girls are dying to ki.-s you—but they don't dare to dolt." "Well," said the gallant General,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 June 1865

SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1885. AU communications relating to business uiittters con•firt.sl willi tills paper should lie addressed to E. M Brown, Norfolk Post. All eomniniilciitions iiertuinlng to Etlft.irtiil matters, anil all correspondence int.■ml,,l for tut. paper should be addressed to John Clark, Editor. Advertisers are requested to hand in their Advertisements before six o'clock iv the evening, previous to pnbliaatiou. Newsmen and newsboys desiring papers will please save their order* at the counting-room the evriilng previous, before six o'clock. Mayhflw A firothi-rs, Bookiicllers nod Statinnsn, ureuuthorltislsgsntu to sell the Norfolk /„f, am) nil on—t* ' left with thorn will bu attended to thu same as if left al Win offlee of publication. 8. M. Pettergill k Co. are authorised Advertising Agcut for the Pott In New York nnd Boston. A WOBD OF CAUTION. In the present abnormal condition of affairs in our city, caused by the transition from military to civil government, it becomes our...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 June 1865

BATUBDAY,JtTWE 84, 1866. The Army & Navy Official Gazette publishes tho following dispatch from Gen. (iriint to Gen. Halleck, ordering the latter to disregard Sherman's truce. It should have accompanied Hnlleek's letter : For.iKi.ss Moxkot, Siitunlay, April 2**, 1805. Maj. Oen. Halleck, Itichmnnd, Va.: The truce entered into hy .Sherman will he ended as soon as I can reach Raleigh. Move Sheridan with his cavalry toward Greensboro, North ('arohna, as soon as possible. I think it will he well to send one corps of iM-tfJ"? also, the whole under Sheridan. Ihe Infantry need not go further than Danville, unless they receive orders herealter to do st). . . , ~ U. S. ('kant, laeut.-(*en. mm>mGeneral Grunt, the day hefore he left the Chicago Fair, was obliged to capitulate to the ladies, who took him hy storm. Mrs. Liverniore suid to him: "These girls are dying to kiss you—hut they don't dare to'do it." "Well," said the gallant General, "if they want to kiss me, why do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 June 1865

JBDAY, JUNE 247*805. HE CBEAXIOH OF KAN. ——— (FROM THK i.ki.i.ls i. lie beginning of yosrs ■ came to the making of iuhii Ith a gin of teara; with a glasa that ran ; ", with pain for h—TStJ ; ler, with Bowers that ft-ll; brAnco fallen from hem en D—ilnonsrlaen from hell; b, without loiiiils to smite ; thnt i-ii.lures for a breath; he iluulow of light, ife, the shadow of death. i high gods took in baud and the falling of tears, leasuro uf sliding Band under the feet of the years; Ui and drift uf tbe les;. ■ lust of tho laboring earth; lies of things to be i houses of death and uf birth; Might with wei.plug aud Wnghtor, •ah—ned with loathing aud lov», c be for* aud after, leu th beneath aud aborc, ,y and a night and a morrow, lis strength ml-lit ouduu- for a apau mil and heavy aorruw, oly aplrlt of man. i* winds of tho north and tht. south g.ttln-i.-il us unto m do, •allied npon hie mouth, filled hiibody with Ufa; t and speech they wrought i* veils of the Soul ther.-iu, Tor labor uud t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 26 June 1865

I THE NORFOLK POST 1. Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) r.t No. 18 Roanoke Sq*uahe, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to imVcriber. by mail at tho rate of TEN DOLLARS PF.R YEAR payable In adrsne*. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE OEMS. Rifli-nts lath* city f Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslrlugtho paper left re. tt their houses or plnces of business, will bo Mr,- . ~arricr, by leaving the nnme 1 Ra d address at the . r , lln ting-room of the publication ,' offlce. They will settle with the earner weekly for the I same. rpHE NORFOLK POST JOB PRINTING OFFICE, NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE, (roRMERtr the nsßAi.il Diiimsn.) NEAR MAIN STREET, Will be complete in all its appointments. The latest improve—outs In PRESSES, TYPES AND MATERIAL, together with the most PROFICIENT and EXPERIENCED JOB PRINTERS, will enable us to execute EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING In the most satisfactory manner. The facilities allorileil by the BEST AND LATEST ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 26 June 1865

ihe forfoljt fast. MONDAY, JUNE •_'•', 1805. All cnmnuinications relttting tv busiuess matters connocte.l with thi. pupor Blmulil be adclre.ti.il tv E. -M Brown, Norfolk Post, All niintuunicutioii. pertaining t. Editorial matters, ami all correspondence intend.-d for tin pnper should l* addressed to John Clark, Editor. Advertisers are requested to hand In their advcrtisiiniiits before six o'clock in the eveuiug, previous to pulili cation. "siIIISSSSB and newilmy* tssMßg SSfSSi PM ■***•*■ havo their orders nt the counliiih'-ro.™ tho evening pr«s vious, before six o'clock. Miiyhew & Brothers, noukselli'rs mnl St«tioni-r., arenrithorized ugent. to sill the .Norfolk Put, ami nil onleif loft with them will to attilidi-d to the milne n. if left ill the office of ptil.lication. **■ •> S. M. Pettergill £ Co. are authorized Advertising Agents for the Ibst in Utm York and Boston. A HINT FBOH THE PRESIDENT The other day a delegation waited on President Johnson, and set b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 26 June 1865

TIONDAY, JUNE 26, 1865. News from New Orleans. Sew OaLß.i.vs, Juno 11,15G6. Major General Welti*] and staff arrived hero at five o'clock P. M. on Friday, on the steinioi* Crescent, from Fortress Monroe, and left for Brazos Santiago at ten o'clock the following morning. General Custer and staff arrived here yesterday. They will leave to-day for Alexandria, whence they will march with tho cavalry corps which has licen concentrated at that point into %xtis. Gen. Granger has assumed command ol all the troops in Texas and issued the following order :— onm.ns—no. 1. •> ' TISiDQCAHTEBS TIIIHD l.isl'ill. T B» ISXAS, 1 o_LVEsT'>N,,llllH' IT, ISSs. J Pursuant to orders from the headquarters Military Division of tho Southwest, dated New Orleans, Juno 18, 1896, the undersigned assumes command oi nil the troops within the relate of Texas, No passes or-permits will he recognised ou the coast of Texas except by authority from hendijuarlci's Military Division ot' the Southwest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 26 June 1865

<"**% &UH tf -*/ \■» 1 MONDAY, JUNE 26, IMS, THE SUNKEN CUT. Far down 'n.stli thu sjvm of the rolling ic* lii.iv a city iv splendor lie; IU tcrnplei, its fuuos, all its majesty Uusuou liy the Uuuiau eye. Cnsc-eo i.rvo at era, when a lingering beam I* gilding tbe ocean's foam; Fur thus, tbrougU tbe sparkling bins inter. gl**ra Tbe spirw of tbut bidden borne. , a A*nd tbo sw*et wonted sound* of In evening belli I. borne o'er tbc silent sea, '.11-.- the voice of tbo eilv'ry lut* It swells That strange thrilliug minstrelsy. lanig, long will li. linger who once h»» c*ughl A nute of those *veuing chimes; * With a s;il changing Ulc is their music fraught A tulo of tbo olilen times. E'en thus in th* h.urt, o-s in ocean grnre, Doth the city of niem'ry liel ' But its lieuuty IMS* not through.tho llgUt*d w«ve • It smiles on no p*sser by. Tho' hid to the gaze of the wakeful eye, Tho' veil'd to the look of day, 'lis SSSS when tbe stars gem the vaulted sky Anil dreams round...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 27 June 1865

THE NORFOL? POST I* Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday.-s Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Kquakk, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLAItS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscribers by mail at the i»b- ..f TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable in advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. Residents In the city f Norfolk or Portsmouth, desiring the paper left regq ~ . at their houses or places of business, will ldsVerv ..airier, by leaving the name and address at the A ( ,.' 1) ' l tiiig-room of tho publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the same. vwwi£^ LAWS OF THE UMITEB STATES, PASSED A T THESECQyt) SESSIOS OF THE THIR-TY-FOURTH CONGRESS. An ACT in ntdttfam to the "Aft rwp.Ttln« Q.mrantinen and Hcnlth UiwV' »|'|^ ,VL *' 1 Fibnmry tw.-nty-ilttli, owe thmisaml scv--n lm-.4n.-] ami ninety-nine, and Rff Ihe li*-tter ..xfcution of tbfl thinl sprtion tlnn-of. Be it enacted by the ,%-nate aud House of Representatives of the United States of America in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 27 June 1865

TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1805. All coiituiiinkations relating to business ninttiirs con. netted with this paper should he toldreiised to rl. M. Brown, Norfolk Post. All communications pertaining to i Editorial mutters, and all correspondence intended" for tin paper should bo addressed to John Clark, Kditor. Advertisers are requested to hand In their ntlvertlsi l - 1 nirnta before six o'clock in the evening, previous to puldi _ latioti. _____ s Newsmen and newsboys desiring papers will please 'j hure their orders at the counting-room tho evening pre- { \ioui, btforo six o'clock. , Mnyhcw t Brothers, Booksellers and ftatinnors, Riean- _ thorized ngeuts to sell the Xorf.dk Put, and alt orders ( loft with theui will be attended to the same as if left nt , the oftlee of publication. 1 S. at. Pcit'-v. Ml & Co.are jnithorized Advertising Agents j for the I\ist in New York and lloatou. IMPORTANT MILITARY ORDER > Major-General Terry, commanding the Department of Virginia, has...

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