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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 14 October 1865

THE NORFOLK POST * Piilillihed EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or lent to subscribers by mall at the ret. of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payible In advance Single ooplei, at tbe counter, FIVE am li. .I.l=l]tu In the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir ing the pap- loft rogslarly at their houses or place! of i usiueis, will be servnd by a carrier, by leaving tho name and address at tbo counting-room of tho publication oßce. Thsy will sottlo with tho carrier weekly for the lams. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. \f" O T I C B ' . Having - i-n: <-! tbe Htoamar "MATTANO," 1 ahull «*oinu-_nce running bur, ou regular trips, to Clitn ivitonti, M'itfi"\v-, and YorKtown, ou tU>i 27th instant, a* tollova: Will Ifavt* NorfolK. from wharf tosfi ol Rohiiokl' Sqnnv, stray MONDAY, WKDNKSDAY au<l FRIDAY, for Muthnwa ami Yomtown, Hmf (or riiHrrv*ton« morv TUKSDAY. THURSDAY mi.l HATUItDAY, at «:;tO|»w'., totte...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 14 October 1865

%\t forWl. §*% SATURDAY, OC-OM* H **___ Allcoi_m._«t_Bi«_t__ to bt-_«-m.tt_.«.B -.wtcdwlt- tali pe*« i-oulil.'b. .DdK—i to ■ * Br u vr.,- U r-lltffc*. All *__r.Br*_Ho». ptrta-log t- HMIMMt, bbU all B_T-fO-a«HS trtada-a ---_» mp dn-M b.»*lrsawdJo Mia Clark, Editor. Aavart-ert _.«,«..* » «"d «■ *•* '•"- U «* d -..uu »•*-• B- o'atot* '» *t .v«_* Br.vtoo. to I—olktfl—. „-._._ nan a.w»b.yt J«ti_B«V- P»»«t "I" fltaia Invt. tfctU oHtn at tb. toa-int-wt-i t_. .vttleg uta v_i_ b_oie tl» o'ahw—■ __.»!- * Brotksrt, _»U_tll*rt tuul Its-—iiri art auUorlMd agisM to tall tlie SmWk Post, aad all orders lift wiib t lit— will lit .tMBileA to Ui. saw* it If lift at th* o-c. ot yablttatiaa. g. M. Pttttrglll * ("•>., ■'.« iratßorttad 4-vwt-ing Agtut* lor tli* fieri lv K.w York .ml Bostoa. Business men should read all tbe ad vertisements this morning. ■—■ 1 ■ ■ 1 ■ t—» *» m 1 ■ . We publish a most interesting letter from the East this morning. It will be found ou the first page. Edman Spangler, io a l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 14 October 1865

Sit gktfrlfcfwt SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1866. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. COWOR_UTOIffA_- Election — Second District~Soio\\i City—Chandler, 333; Millson, 189; Kilby, 08; Wilson, 1. Portsmouth—Chandler, 421 j Millson, 28; Kilby, 73. Portsmouth precinct, Norfolk county, Chandler, 37; Kilby, 8: Millson, 7. Princes. Anne Road, Norfolk county- Chandler, 3; Millson, 10 ; Kilby, 5. Sycamore Hill, Norfolk county— Chandler, 2 ; Millson, 2; Kilby, 1. Providence Church, Norfolk county- Chandler, 3; Millson, 24; Kilby,s. Four precincts in Norfolk county to hear from. House of Delegates for Norfolk county and city of Portsmouth— Portsmouth— Hurst, 225; Langhorne, 1.2 ; Brownly, 141; Parker. 101; Norris, 88; Hudwalck er, 83; Murdaugli, 1 ; Etheridge, 1; Neville, 1. Portsmouth, Norfolk County Pre rinct—Hurst, 19; Laiighorne, 12: Eth eredge, IS; Murdaugh, 1J; Parker, 9; Brownly, 9; Hudlwiilcker, 7; Norris, 3. Princess Anne I .oad—Etheredge, 14; Murdaugh, 17; Hurst, 2. (Sycamore Hill, Norfolk county—Eth -I'ed...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 14 October 1865

NATIONAL BANK; m'j_M EXCHANGE" NATIONAL BANK OF NORFOLK. prbbidkjtt: ©ILBERT C. WALK-W. dammomm: JNO. JAY KNOX. DIKEOTOaIH. BDWARD M BROWN OINCINATUB W. NEWTON. MARSHALL PARK.. GBORO.. SANOSTER. OR B.WH-THH-AD WILLIAM NIOUOLS. GILBERT 0. WALKHR. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY AN D FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES. /St*. ... ig« Bank Building, Main Street. AGENT FOR 7-30 LOAN. A constant supply of Note, will Lo kept on hand. ThLi Bunk will buy and sell all claaaoa of GOVERN MENT .RCURITISH at irammt market ratea. PUIINISII H.CIIANOBnud mako ____M_t_-M on ALL THH PRINCIPAL CITIES OK THE UNITED STATES Purchass (liiverninloot Vo_.lii.ro on the MOST FAVOR ABLE TIIRMS, and gi'vo QMSSS Aim Prompt _______MM AOOOIT.TH OP BUSINESS MEN AND FIRMS, and to any otVor i>iTn!nef.H eiitnistcd to lbs Bank. FULL INFORMATION In regard to GOVERNMENT LOANS at nil ttmos clieevfnlfy fnniished. TR [USURY DEPARTMENT, ) Orncs or C.vn solum or ._r.in._Y, [- IT____M, May IStk. let*. ) Wuersas, hj esti.t. otory evi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 16 October 1865

THE NORFOLK POST s PaUUhsd EVERY MORNING (Sunday'sK.xceplsd) at NO. 18 ROANOKF. SIJI'ARK, NORFOLK, Va., and sold tv Ssalsrs aud News Boys st TH It HI! DOLLARS PMR HUNDRBIi •r ..ut to subsertbars by mall at Ihe rats of T_N HOLLARS I'RR VKAR pay.ble In advause. Hingis coplss, al tlio coimlor, FIVE CENTS. Residents la ths sity ef Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslr lug ths paper left regularly at their houses or places of luiiiisss, will be served by s carrier, by leaving ths nam. aud address at ths -onatlng-ioom of the publication offlce. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the IMS*. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. nrSl NEW LINE BT-_AMERS 1 FROM NORSOLBL TO FORT MONROB, BALTIMOBR, RICH lIOND, MATTUBWS COUNTY AND CHERRYBTONK, n.lHEriK'l THI iilll 11 HARNDBN'S EXPRESS. Ths following First Class, Slds-W'boel Bltauusii, with utisurpsssed accommodations, namely : GEOBGE LEARY. Capt.Bi.akeman, JAB. T. BRADY, Capt. Landi.., Leavs for Bsltlmors, DAILY, st »]a, o'clock, I. 11.. arriv ing in tlms to connec...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 16 October 1865

®he |s-fal_ fwtfj MONDAY, OCTUBKit IB, >J*£\ ' iii.M_.i__i.__i —j i. "■__"__■*_•!}£■ „.t,_ _-i.li _____ v-r~ *»"<•: u *—*.» Z* km kmm rv... a■■ "■_■"■ »?____JJ_ _ii.„„... is.tt.i-, mi si «■»'.■'■'_ *£fj*' ,„„ r . r „ shoal'l •*«**22? **" C, " r ' * Ailicrtisi'rsaisis. ..«■•.•_ t- hand In thslr nUverH_«_ muit- -.101. * •*•_•_ I" *• «__■. _"*•■] tv paMlsaUaa. N.ws_i.u snd as* .hoys di-Mrta* papirs villi plea.. bay* ilieli-. rJ-ri. st th. ousting loom ths ..imiug pio viutw -..fur- sin nVI"-_. M.yliaw it Hinlli-i-, __o_k.ell.rs and SUtlonsrs,hi.i ,utti_ri_-d ■_•■__ lo ssif-iis Norfolk 1 V_f, and all •*#*__ 4ft .villi l-.ui _t_ hu - it, -ii.i.'l lo the ...mo as If In ft nt tt,. .lit-- ol [inl.llratlou. f. M Pstter-itll * Co , .ire _■___<_-___- Adveitlsin.', I ■ i.t- lot His srvst la Ksw York and Boston. Miss Hosmcr and Mr. Story, both Americans, have secured the premiums for sculpture at the Dublin International Exhibition. __ » _» .» ■■! Weagain call attention to Mr. Lembke's a...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 16 October 1865

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. RKsii>i.Nii. __o___.-__-.--T._e residence ol Mr. L. lteyuoltls, No. 83 Catherine Street, was entered and robbed on Bun duy morning about 4 o'olook, the thief appeared to be fully potted as to the in ternal arrangements of the premise., from tlie fue.t that lie entered the bed room of Mr. Reynolds, which was tint back parlor, went to the bureau drawer and took therefrom a sold watch valueil at SISO. .Mr. Reynolds, being aroused by the noise made by the thief in open ing the bureau drawer, sprung up and hailed him. Tha ihief alarmed, runout of the bed room, up stairs to the front room, threw open the window got out upon the front porch, and made his es cape by jumping from the porch to the ground, a distance of at least 80 feet, lie was closely pursued by Mr. Reyn olds, from Ihe bed room up stairs, but it was so dark that it was impossible to -lay WM very unfavorable for a lMg_ turnout, in oouwquenee of a heavy mul incessant rain from early in Uwmorning untiliil...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 16 October 1865

NATIONAL BANK OF JS OR FOLK. GILBERT C WALKER, c.-Piitkr: JZIQ. JAY KNOX. DIFKCTOttS. EDWARD ii. BROWN CIt.CI_.AT-S W. NEWTON. \1 t. 11. LIAI.f. PAlllif!. GEOROE SAN HBTE_. • JNO fl .VUITEIIEAW WILLIAM NICHOLS GILBERT C. WALKER. govern:.! ent depository and financial agent of the united states. Eiihemge Bank _8.........//, Main Street. AGENT FOR 7-80 LOAN. A ■ •■'■ .i.t supply of Notes will he k- |,t ou hand. This Hank will liny and sell all olassus of (10VKRN MBHT MGURITLM at tmttmt uisrLet rates. ILllNi.ll PXCIIAMIEauiI make t__b__t_a_ on ALL THH PIUNI'IPAI. CITIES OP THE L'NITBD STATED Piiiiiliiisii '.lovei hiuoat Vouchers ou Ihu MOST FA Villi AWE TERMS, and give Cotph.. Ut Prompt AtiaitttoKto ACCOUNTS OF III'SINKS* MEN AND FIRMS, aud le au v other '~-,,,-., - tin* i, ,t to the Bunk- IT'LL IM i-MIA . :■■-. hi i.„l to OOVERNMINT ' IRAN'S at atl rtoow .Uneiiully fm uishod. TBBASURY DBPARTMHNT, | 0..K1 Ol l'o_PTllti___» oi .1-_.81.0T. 5. li t'.._.«p,n, May l_tl_, t-ettft. ) WHi___.i...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 17 October 1865

THE NORFOLK POST . Pnbllsbetl EVERY MORNING (Snuda)'s Excepted) at No. IS Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Ta.. and sold to Dealers ami News lloya at THREE DOLLARS PBR HUNDRED or -ent to _a_____tk___ bf mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAH payable In advanoa. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. Rt allien!* in the oltyaof Norfolk ol Portsmouth, desir liii; the paper left regularly at Hull ___■__ or placa-a of i usiiiess, will be served by a carrier, by leaving the n.m • nu,l address at the comtlug-ronm of tbe publication olßce. Tbuy will settlo with the carrier weekly for tho utne. TRAVELERS GUIDE. THE NEW LINE STEAMERS J_ FROM NORFOLK TO FORT MONROE, RAI.TIMORE, RICH MOND, MATTHEWS COUNTY AND CHERRYSTONE, H_rtTt**T THS OBtiT HARNDEN'S EA'PRESS. The following First Class, Side-Wheel Steamers, with unsiirpnßtieil accommodallons, namely: GEORGE LEARY, Capt.Bi.akeman, J AS. T. BRADV, Capt. La_.i>i__, I .ive tor Baltimore. DAILY, at Sty o'clock, P. M., arriv ing in time to connect ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 17 October 1865

Audi papers. 1 would willingly sup press them were it possible to do so, but lv human nature there is so much of the mule left, that prohibition of a neYisjia per only increases its circulation, r I he press is apowcrin .belaud. For a quar ter of a century past it had been solving the whirlwind, and now we reap the ■torm. It Is my opinion that the free dom of the press to publish mischievous matter, like personal slander, libel, false Statement! of facts, or other matter cal culated to promote desertions in the army, or designed to give information to the enemy, should be regulated by statute law. At present we are going through the expensive but nntuial pro cess which may result in a resort to the knife and pistol for the defence of repu tation. It is already demons!rated, We must use the military power to put down the circulation of newspapers hurtful to the public service. " The suppression of the few papers mentioned ny General Ml troy, would be something like undertaking to dam...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 17 October 1865

TUEHDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1865. LOCaT INTELLIGENCE. First Judicial, Distrii:t.—The Ju dicial circuit of the fust district, com posed of Norfolk city, Portsmouth, Nor folk county,Priiicess Anne, Xauseniontl, Isle of Wight, Kouthami>toii, Surry, Hussex and Oreenvillf counties, is now preshled over hy Judge R. H. Baker, Sr., having superseded Judge E. K. Hneed, transferred to the Alexandria Judicial district. Judge Maker held a term of his Court at Sufl'olk on Satur day. On Tuesday he will hold Court at Isle of Wight Court-House, in conse quence ofthe set term in the other coun ties having passed, the Judge will hold a apecial session in each county through out the district. The regular term of the Circuit Court will be held in this city on the 16th of November next. Woman Shot.—Last evening, about 7<i o'clock, a man named Wilson Jolin iion, who keeps a small grocery store at tlie head of Church street, on the Knst side, shot his mistress under the most revolting circumstances. Johnso...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 17 October 1865

NATIONAL BANK. The Exchange I NATIONAL BANK em >;oHFui.K. PRESIDENT! GILBERT C. WALKER. Cashier JNO. JAY KNOX. II.WARDV ItHOIIN CI*iC'INA'I'UHW.N».WTON. | MARSHALL I'AKKS. UEOIWE SAMIHI'KH. (JNO B. WHITEHEAD WILLIAM NICHOLS. GILBERT C WALKER. GOVERNEMNT DEPOSITORY AND | FINANCIAL I AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Exchange Bank Building, Main Street. AGENT FOR 7-30 LOAN. A constant supply of Notes will be kept on hand. This Bank will buy and sell all classes of GOVERN , MENT SECURITIES at current market rates. FURNISH EXCHANGE makes on ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THB UNITED STATES Purchases Government Voushers on the MOST FAVOR ABLETUBAW, Careful and Prompt Attention ACCOUNTS OF BUSINESS MEN AND FIRMS, • ..a to any other business entrusted to the Bank mate INFORMATION in regard to GOVERNMENT I HANS at all times cheerfully furnished TREASURY DEPARTMENT, | Office of Comptroller 'IT 0" Currency , Washington, May 13th, I H ) Whereas by satisfactory evidence press rt 1 to the au- J designe...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 18 October 1865

THE NORFOLK POST , published EVERY MORNING (Sundsy's Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Roys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscribers by mall at tho rnte of TEN DOLLARS PUR YEAR payable in advance single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. 11. si.leuts In tbe city of Norfolk of Portsmouth, dinn ing tho paper left regularly at their houses or places of I iisiness, will be sorved by a carrier, by having tho name and address at lb" counting-room or the publication nllko. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the utile. _._______«. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. TITHE NEW LINE "STEAMERS §_ FROM NORFOLK TO FORT MONROE, BALTIMORE, RICH MOND, MATTHUWS COUNTY AND CHERRYSTONE, CABHVIXO TIIF. llßltAf HA RNDEN'S EN I'ItESS. Tho following First Class, Bute-Wheel Steamers, with unsurpassed accomtniMiatious, namely: OEOROE LEARY, Capt.Ri.akkman, JAS. T. BRADY, CAW. Landis, Leave for Baltimore, DAILY, at.T»,; o'clock, P. M, nrrlv- Ing in time to con...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 18 October 1865

%fo Norfolk f BSi. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I*, IMS. All communications relating to luislnsss nisti'as i"ii liwteilwitlt this |,H|iei should; Le addri'ssi'd tn ft M. Hr.,wii, Norfolk /W. All cuniiiiutilistl'iin gartllStag 1" Killti'lisl matters, sud all i'orrti|wuder_M inlsiuk'il lor tilt Ottmm shoulj lio«dilri-«iil to John Clslk, Bdilor. Adrertlsstsaru irqm'stftl I" l " , " a '" ,h " ,r •***"" uinits I'lfnro slk o*dae* m tbu etsulug, piflliW 1.. liul'liratinn. Ni'wsmi'ii ami BetMaefl asalHSf |>a|,srs will |il<-as" hare thflir orders st ths counting-room ths evening |_r«- Vl,ills lisli'lc six u'l-lott. Mather £ Brotliois, |i"Okm*llor- sud ftatloner.l are aittl„irizi-'l i-' '''- " eaH tin* Nurtolk t J ost, and all onlnts gB with thsiii will t"i attended lv the sarin' as If lift at the oSice of ptiblimllnii. . X 51. fatenrefl} & Co., ars aritli,iri/.ud AdrcrtishiK AircQts for tlis fast In KeY York and Huston. Do not overlook four colunmsof inter esting reading matter on the first ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 18 October 1865

is, 1865. LOCaT INTELLIGENCE. THH Ciiurh Stiuokt TtXAQtWY—A Jealous Husband Slays his Mistress- Coroner's Iwiliest. —lll yesterday morn ing's issue we briefly rejiortetl tlie fait that a man, lianied WiIBOB Johnson, liail shot and mortally wounded his mistress, having tleteeted her in .//« yranti'. delicto with 11 paramour, named William Rogers, The woman died at twelve o'clock the same ulgfit from the effects ofthe wound Inflicted, and John son was •nested by the police and lodged in jail, to await an examination into the facts. He was very much pros trated, anil appeared greatly excited, being extremely weak and nervous. Yesterday morning the coroner. Dr. Todd, repaired to the scene of the trsge duy, ut the corner of Church and Mosely streets, where, after viewing the body, ajury of Inquest was sworn and the in vestigation of the case proceeded with. The mots of the homicide seem to he, as we collect them from the testimony of Ihe witnesses and other sources, its fol lows: Johnson...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 18 October 1865

RESOL lITIONhS* rASSRLt AT THB SECONtt SESSIOX OF THK THIRTY.FOURTH CONGRESS. A RrsotrTiON tendering the Thanks ti Congress to Rssr Admiral David D. Porter, and to the Officers, Petty Uittcers, Sonmuu and Marines under his Command, for their Gallantry and good Conduct iv the recent Capture of Fort Fisher. Resolved by the Senate and House c/ Representatives f/tfu Undid StaUs of America in tWM* "«■■™i That the thanks of Congress are herebyF*'<. llte d to Roar Admiral David D. Porter, and lo theotiicms.pstty officers, •snnmsnnad marines under his command, lor the unsur passed gallantry and skill eahibitod hy lh«m iv tile attack* upon Fort Fihlui, uud the brilliant and decisive victory ty which that important work has been captured from the rebel forces aud plated in the possession and under the authority of the United States: and for their long aud faithful services and unwavering devotion to thu cause of the country in the midst of the greatest difflcul ties .-. h 1 i!,tn r .i« . ,...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 19 October 1865

THE NORFOLK POST a Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) al No. 18 Roanokk Square, NORFOLK, Va., aud aold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscribers by mall at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In advance. Sluglo copiwi, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. Residents in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, dsstr lag the paper leit regularly at then houses or places ol I usineas, will b« served by a carrier, by leaving the name and address at tho coiialmg r,s,ni of tho publication otlicj. They will settle with the currier weekly for the ante. •v«Kaa*aia«Msa«aa__>_____s_BMaH>>> TRAVELER'S GUIDE. REDVCTIO~N~OF FARE! One Dollar to Richmond! THE NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS THOMAS A. MORGAN, ANP THOMAS COLLYER, CARRYING THE IT. S. MAIli ANO ADAMS EXPRESS FREIUHT. These Steamers will leave the Oovernmeut Wharf, Nor folk, daily, on aud alter Monday, Sept. l*ith,al A_jo'cUlck, A. M., for Richmond, touching at Portsmouth, old Point, City P...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 19 October 1865

BD AT THU SECOND aM j ' THIRTY.FOCRTM CONdylk j£fls\, J sot.r Tins tendering the Thanks v' *0 nirnl David U. Torter, anil to t'-— >.: jI ' corn, Seamen and Murines und w ,m/.uin? 10 IRC", ' Ir llallantry and good Couduc' OC 1 VlS&n .!», *»>>• _ tort I'islier. -■ — { Mbd ly the Senate and ....i. Unl | to business nutters c»n- J {MM *aU t „, addressed M K. M. Hie fhanks c)l Conglea I'»Kl snuui i. I ral llavidt). I'nrtar.. Fori. All communications pertuiuing to _ matters, and all I orresiiondei.ee intended for j r..rt »c paper should M addressed to John Clark, Editor. ( !*'' Adversers are requested to hand In thulradvertise ments before six o'clock in tho evening, previous to publication. Newsmen nnd nemdioy* deshinfr papers will phase Lave their orders at tlia eonuling-rooin tho ovening pro- J vioiu before six o'clock. 1 Mavheiv 4 Brothers, Booksellers and Stationers, nre authnrired agents to sell the Norfolk Fast, and all orders' ( ajl with them will be attended to tho s...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 19 October 1865

Mkt§9xt*\l I'ost. ! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1666. "LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tiik Ei.'LirsK.—lf the tistronouiers have not erretl in their calculations, aud they are generally correct, we shall have a rather dark morning. The sun will be eclipsed in the usual way during the forenoon. The exhibition will com mence about eight o'clock and close at noon; conseipiently, the greatest ob scuration will take place at ten o'clock, or thereabout. If it does not rain, and tbe probabilities are that it will, the spectacle will be magnificent, as the eclipse of tho sun will lie almost total At Charleston, South Carolina, will be the greatest obscuration in thiseounlrj'; but it will not be total anywhere, as it is annular, leaving a ring of light around the body of the moon. We fear that the thick clouds will eclipse both sun and moon, as well as the sky and al! its pretty twinkling stars, and prevent our people enjoying the beautiful phenome non. Darkness, in that case, will cover the face of the earth...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 19 October 1865

—-, ■■■ — SESOL UTIONS. PAUSED AT TJIB SECO.XD SEStIOX OF Tit I, THI&TY FOURTH COM-Matt A Kehulltion tendering the Thanks id Congress to Rt-.tr Admiral liavid O. l»uiiar, and to th-; Officers, Petg Officers, teamen and Marines under In-* C"H»mand. for tb. irilallttiti-y and good tVndoct in thu receut Captani WmiUti by the amk tt&tst *&?*****&** ofthe United XtaUs ofAmiriea in <tymt\ "■;•-•';"'. That tho thanks of Couftress are hiaenylfic-sonle I toKier Admiral David !►. Porter, and to theofflwri petty uIIk-is, seaman and maimes under his command, lor the iiu-u. pa-od.;all:iiiLrymidi,kille-(UibJieuby thumlutheattaeXl np.m K.irt Fisher, and (be brilliant and decisive victory by which thai Important work has been captured Mn the rebel fonaVaMfiaceo] in the peayailiin and under the authority of tin- United Shite.*; and lor their Iflfcfl aud I.nihil.l earricea and unwavering devotion to tho cause nf therountry in the midst of the givatmst. dilh. ul tios una fla naff* §...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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