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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 3 November 1865

_W» §oxtt>m J*& FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 18G6. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Theatrical.— BemeJU of MU* Jean Hosmer.— TlieperioiTiiniieesat the thea tre last night were very tine, and the house WH good, notwithstanding the disagreeable state of *he weather. The Stranger was superbly plnyetl with the exception of the part taken by Mrs. Pe terson. She is not equal to such a task as that imposed upon her, and the part should have been given to Miss Emma Reignolds, who is certainly next to Mrs. Meek, the best actress in the theatre. In the Honey Moon, Miss Hosmer was a fine Juliana, Gallagher a good repre sentative of the woman hating Rolando, and Taylor a respectable Duke, while Marston kept the house in a roar, as the Mock Duke. We have seen few more humorous representatives of this fun niest of characters. It was played with great discretion, hut bad liked to have been spoiled by (lie Uliskilfulness of the supernumeraries, who hail no business laughing. Their respect to the mock Duke should ...

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. — 3 November 1865

PRINTING. 4& % BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AT THE Office of The Norfolk Post, NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. - Thi Proprietors of tI.H KHinbllehnien. rt'sppctl'iilly announce to the Pflbli. at Nor. .Ik, Portsmouth Hird ii cinity, th*t they avo lolly propnr.it to .xecuto every At ncriptlon of JOB PRINTING known to tho _-_-—*, not only with NEATNESS an.l PriSPATCII, lint in h style unsurpasserl in the South for BEAUTY unil ELE GANCE. We have the most complete nnd varie.l assort- I ment of TYPE of ALL SIZES and DESCRIPTIONS— • PLAIN, yAH_T km MHAMSSTiIc, that was ever collected in Tirginiti, an\) our facililicw for do ing work of all kind*, and in all colorH and lorms, bom the largest and most varied Poster, to the sinalleat, most tiiNti'fnl and treaotiriil Visiting Card, are imoquailed.— Our workmen are mastern in their art, and for beant> of design and elogance of execution, without rival-— all that types, and ink, and skill and taste can ■accom plish, they can ...

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. — 3 November 1865

ITHE NOEFOLK POST lished |T_M MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) *l No. 18 Roanoke Squaki:, NORFOLK, VA, I to Dealers and News Hoys at THK-B DOLLARS PRR HUNDRED j to Bulieeribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PKII YEAR in advance. Single ropies, at the counter, FIVE ent* in tho city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir paper left regularly at their houses or place* ol l, will ho served by a carrier, by 1.-ovine the name nd address at tho counting-room of the publication fflce. They will settle with the carrier weekly for tin mis. MEW "LINE STEAmTeRB. FOR OLD POINT, BALTIMORE AND RICHMOND, kriuvisn NDEN'B AND REID'B EXPRESS FREIGHT. The new and elegaut Sleamers. ». LEARY (Captain Makonian), IAMES T. BRADY (Captain Luiulis), lirfolk lor Baltimore, DAILY, nt:!'.;o'clock, p.m. ;h Tickets sold t_*U principal . ilies North and •assengeiH aiol bnggage transferred limn botit I" ol charge. The fasl and magniticent,Sleauieis TV POINT (Cai)ttiin Talliot), AGENTA (Captain lianlmr), i.rfblk lor Richmon...

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. — 3 November 1865

isusbered in bya mild, painless diar rhoea, which generally continues for hours, sometimes for days, before the stage of collapse sets in. Tn this pre monitory stige the disease is readily and promptly curable by simple remedies, combined with rest in the recumbent position. All thit is necessary, there fore, to prevent a fatal attack of cholera j is that the patient shall lie down, keep I warm and quiet, and take such remedii s as will relieve the diarrho>a. A knowl edge of these facts led many English towns, in former visitations of cholera, I to organize a hotly of visitors under the I direction of a central medical board, whose duty it was to visit from house to house, two, three or four times daily, and inquire in every family for these cases of diarrhoea. Each visitor carried the proper remedy, and personally at-| tended to its administration and to the confinement of the patient to his bed. The result of those organizations was most happy; in numerous instances towns lying...

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. — 6 November 1865

ffiß »_BFOL__ POST j Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Boys st THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED er sent to snhscribers by mall at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable in advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. R. ..lent, ill the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslr a_ tho paper left regularly at their houses or places of I nsiuess, will he served by a carrier, hy leaving the name and address at the counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the isme. ________________________________-_e--i_______ _■_ \TEW LINE STEAMERS. FOR OLD POINT, BALTIMORE AND RICHMOND, CARRVINO HARNDEN'S AND REID'S EXPRESS FREIOHT. The new and elegant Steamers, GEO. LEAKY (Captain JUakemmi), JAMES T. BRADY (Captain Landis), I-eiivc Norfolk for I.;iitinior.\ DAILY, nt 11 1 £ o'clock, p.m. Through Tickets hoM tin-nil |>i iiici|iHl cltT-M Nnrlli mitl Wc.t. I .inßengiTc. and btiKgago...

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. — 6 November 1865

MONDAY, NOVEMBER «, 1865. ■*Ucoi_mauic»lio_irl»ti»« '« li__M_ ■lllp* «_■ cted with this paper hlu.ulii; he addresHi'd to K. M. rown, Norfolk Pest- All romluiiliieatioua pertaiuiuK to 11 Editorial nation, awl all correapoudeuce intended for 1 the paper should be addressed to John Clark, Bditor. . Advertisers are request.- to hand la their idvertise- ■ ■ants before six o'clock in the even inn, pi <vioiu to publication. Newsmen and aawshoys .l..nia_ papers v ill phase hare ttieir orders at the counting room the avmiug pre vious before six o'clock. Mayhew A Brothers, Booksellers and Stationers, ate aathori/.eil agents to sell the Norfolk Pott, and -11 orders le_t with them will he attended to the name ai If left at tho office of publication. 8. If. Pet ter gill ft Co., are authorized Advertising Agents for the Post in New York and Boston. We give further details of the fearful gale of October. 1 _•_.«. The keen winds of yesterday stopped the Sabbath marble-shooting, and scarcely a da...

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. — 6 November 1865

m § oxtoWs, fflSt^ MONDAY, NOVEMBER (I, 18G5. Personal.—Gen. Glenn and Ills grand army, left town in two (steamers for Peter_burg, yewterilay morning, where tliey appear as play-actors in Phoenix Hall, this evening. The Cock ade folks should take good care of Iheao merry people. It may not be generally known that Gen. Glenn is a very brave man, that he fought in the warof twelve, and was with Jackson in the great light at the English IJcud, which saved New Orleans from the British. He is now in his "ild year. He was personally ac quainted with Charles Albert, and we believe, he kuowsGeorge Francis Train, and Count George Jones. Captain E. W. Marston belongs to the Commissary Department of the Petersburg invaders. He is a delicate, timid man, easily dis concerted; therefore, no whistling.in the gallery'during the stay of this estimable youth. Captain Marston was born at Mobjack Bay, in this Htate, Nov. (I, 1835—and this is the .'loth anniversary of his becoming a Virginian. Besides b...

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. — 6 November 1865

PM-tTIHGr. , BOOK & JOB ) PRINTING OFFICE, AT THK Office of The Norfolk Post, NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. Tm Pro. .iftohs of tliis Kstnhllsliment respectfully iiiini.iiiii .- to tli.' I'nl.tic pff Kuii'.ilk, Portsmouth an.! vi cinity, Hint they iiri' prepared Ui oxocute evory de ..■rij,ti..n of JOB PRINTING kiu.wti to the business, not .inly with NEATNESS iiu.l DKSPATCH, l.nl In . style nnsnrpasseil in th. South for BEAUTY and ____■ GANCK. We have the most complete and varied assort ment of TYPR of ALL SIZES and DESCRIPTIONS— PLAIN, ■skmi ak» m®kMM?kh> that was ever ctilleetHd in Virjrlnis, and our facilities f«»r do Ing work of all kinds and in all colors and forms, from Ihe largest and most varied Pi.ster, to the smallest, most tastefnl and beiiutiful Visiting Card, are unequalled.— Onr workmen an- masters in thelr art, and for beauty of design and elogiiuce of execution, stand without rivals all that types, and ink, nnd skill and taste can accom plish, they c...

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. — 9 November 1865

THE NORFOLK POST Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Ex. r|it„.l) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and told to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscribers by mall at tha tat. of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In udvanrs. Single copies, at tli. counter, FIVE CENTS. Hi sldenta in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslr _g Ihe paper left regularly at their house, or place, of business, will be served by a carrier, by leaving the name and address at the counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the lame. STOVES, &<*■__.. T\ W. HILL, No. 7 CAMPBELL'S WHARF, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tin Ware, Lamps, Plows, Churns, Lanterns, Keroaiuo Oil, Best Hollow Wares, Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Office Stoves, of all sizes and patterns. LAMPS for the Hand, Bracket, Hasp and Knits, tor Lumps, and Lamp Chimneys, of all dies and patterns. The atlantiou of tha trade is respectfully called to the EXCELSIOR COOK S...

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. — 9 November 1865

®k §$& rife gfj*t» THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1865. All communications rotating to business mutters con nected with this paper should, ho uddreued to G M. Brown, Norfolk l\>it. All communication, per taiuing to Editorial matters, and all correspondence intended for th. paper should be addressed to Julio Clark, X l.ti.i. Advertisers are reqnestrd to hand In their tdvertise ments befora six o'clock in th. evening, pi ivious to nblication. Newsmen and newsboys desiring pipers »111 pleas, have their orders at the counting-room the cv. iiiug pie vious before six o'clock. Mayhew A Brothers, Booksellers and Statf oners, are authorised agents to Bell the Norfolk I\>st, aud all orders Ml with tliem will he attended to the same at if left at the office of publication. S. M. Fetterglll k Co.. are authorized A-Tortißing Agents for Ih. Past in New York aud Boston. Adams & Co. have our thanks for late Richmond and Petersburg papers. Gold in New York, on Tuesday, went up to 147. Yesterday...

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. — 9 November 1865

Ut §«f-Mrfnt THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, IMS. , LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . | Emkirant Aid Hon... y. A meeting I was lielil in this city, yesterday after- ] noon, for theporposeof Inkiiignieasures for the ornainnon of a Norfolk Eml- > grant Aid Society. Mr. J. E. Barrj' ' presided; and Mr. James F. Milligan was appointed H.cretavy, but gave way I to Mr. \V. I_. Forest. Mr. W. W. Wing. I the postmaster, stated that such an or- i gani_!itioii was much needed here, in | order the better to induce people from abroad tocome Into Ihe State. Virginia had advantages of soil and climate not J surpassed by any State iv the Union, and ail that was required to bring people here wits to let them know what we had to offer. The soil and climate were . equal to the production of anything pro duced nt the Ninth or the South, and at almost all potato we are within thirty hours of New York. It WM desirable to introduce intelligent labor from Europe, I to develop our resources and multiply our population. Mr. W...

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. — 9 November 1865

I-VELER'B OVIDS. _ j I O D E JANEI RO . CALLING AT AS, PARA, PERNAMBUOO and BAH IA. i and Brazil Mail Steamship Company -ill dispatch regularly, X _th OF EVERY MONTH, AND FIRST-CLASS EAMS H I P , ■lock, p. _~ from Pier 43 North River. ■ to pass through the Postoffice. 1 Surgeon will be in attendance on passage, having splendid accommoda- THOMAS ABCENCIO ft CO., No. 17 Broadway, New York. IT It! COAST MAI L STEAMSHIP LINK N E W V O R X I ID FIRST CLASS SIDE- WIIKEI. STEAMSHIPS AS AND ALBEMARLE. iTnlk (of New York oh follows: B, (!ai"i''n Lkwis Parish, in"-. Whurt every \\ KUNKSUAV at 8 ofclOCK, A. M. LE, (JAit. H. A. Botthnk, 1n*...*.. AVhurf every SUNDAY at 8 o'clock, A. If. birt Hiiu -will be only one night at aoa, I c _.hi|>-> leave N«w York every VJ-PDAY and SATURDAY, . No. 30, Nortb River, c fupurior accommodations for paaaen 1 h-tving been appointed Agent for the Ttfully Hi.lteilH tho patronage of hi* Mir.amiinii'- them that he will use bin jive Hatialactiou tv hi* patrot...

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. — 11 November 1865

THE NORFOLK POSIT - PuMinheil EVERY MORNINti (Sunday'sExcepted) a No. 18 Roanoke Squab*:, NORFOLK, Va., mid sold to Dealers and News Boys nt THREE DOLLARS PER IICNDREI or sent tn snliecrihera l.y mail st the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR pay ilde in advance. Single copies, al the counter, FIVt CENTS. Ri sldents in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, rtr-slr ■ g the paper left regularly at their houses or plu.es ot . usiness, will be served hy a carrier, hy leaving the nanit and address at the countlug-i-00-i of the pul.li.Kti.in office. They will settle with the istiier weekly fur the tame. STOVES, Ac T\ W. H I■ L. L , No. 7 CAMPBELL'S WHARF, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tin Ware, Lamps, Flows, Churns, Lanterns, Kerosine Oil, Best Hollow Wares, Cooking Stoves, t Parlor Stoves, Office Stoves, of all sizes and patterns. LAMPS I.i (ii h'.iii.i, Ut\H kct. l|_Mp _~-] Reflector Lampi, aud Lamp Chimney *, of nil «.rat. ami |«tl.rnt. Tht* attimlit.H of iln) ti kit. it* respectfully railed t...

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. — 11 November 1865

r_j ... „ j**i™~_,, ! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 18«6. Ail communications relating to business matte. ...... nockd with this frnJH be addressed It. K. M. Br..»n. Norfolk Fast. All rolnmiinicatious pertuinii I* to Editorial matter*, and all correspondence intended fee the paper should he addressed to John Clark, _MJl.it'. A.lvei ti-eri. are request, d to hand in their idTei Use incuts before six o'clock iv the evening, pi MrlutM lo übllcation. Newsnieu aud umrsboys desiring papers »111 please liavetheii orders at that ouuliug room the cv. Ding pre /ions t...i..i.' six o'clock. May-how A Brothers, Booksellers and Stationers, are luthori/ed agents to sell the Norfolk __»(, and >11 orders aft with them will be attended lo the same ai If left al he office of pijl.li. ti ...it S. M. Pellergill A Qo., are authorised Advertising Af.ni. for the nm in New York and Boston. It would seem that Col. Jonathan Worth is elected Governor of North Carolina. m-m.* — Mr. John A. Barnes, of the National E...

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. — 11 November 1865

lb gorfqtt. |wt SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 18C5. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ■ i ■ — 11 Tin: Common Council met last night, at 7 o'clock, at the City Hull. The proceedings of the last meeting were read and approved. The conimjtl.c on gas and lamps was authorized to contract with the gas com pany for lighting the city lamps, not to exceed KO a year for each lamp. The gas question was particularly dis cussed, und . tr. Saunders presented a resolution, w olch was Rilopted. that the City Council apply to the next Legisla ture for a charter that a city k«s compa ny bo organized and issue bonds, the payment to be made on said bonds by the revenue derived from Ihe proceeds of the gas compuny authorized by said charter. The nightwatcli petition for an in crease of salary was referred to the Com mittee on Police. YV. B. Diggs'sbill, for payment of po lice at the polls, was referred to the Com mittee on Police for examination and report. The Council resolved not to take up any bills except at the quarter...

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. — 11 November 1865

TEAVELER'S GUIDE, p'o R R I O 1} _9 JA N X 1 X O . CALUNU AT ST. THOMAS, PA RA pk'rnambuco anil BAHIA. The Unit, il Stal.-a anrl «ra_l Mail SlealiisUl|. C..iui...i.> will dispatch ii'giilarl.v, ON TIIK _*•■ OK KVERY MONTH, A NEW AND FIRRT-CIiASS STEAMSHIP, To m*M »i •" ... I'.'li. i'- »■. f'" lu flit « S-rtfc Birr-r. All Iptt. ih liuvi' In pass il.. ..i._li 111* >_*—_•. An ,tK>ii.'n.s.l RurKsnn will h« in atUnJance on ti.iaril. _or freluht iiihl passage, lm\ in. splfndiJ a_Mmmo<l* -lionj.ai.pl.vlo THOMAS ASCKNCIO * CO., ort2*—-_u No. 17 Broadway, NnwYink. Ttl'an"t"ic'"ck)ast mail ■**" BTEASI.SHIH LINK FOR N F. W YORK! THE NEW A.ND FIRST CLASS SIDE-WHEEL muioHin HATTEB.AS AND ALBEMARLE, I.i-.n,. Nnrrolk for Now York as follow*: HATTERAH, Capt'n Lewis Parish, Will leave Dickson's Wharf iTiry WEDNESDAY at ti o'rlocK, A. M. ALBEMARLE, Clapt. H. A. Bourne, Will leavu Dickinson's Wharf mcry SUNDAY at a o'clock, A. It. I . ■- ■i....-1-s t.y this line will lie only on* night at ...

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. — 14 November 1865

THE NORFOLK POST Published EVERY MORNING (Bund»y'sKxr.epted)al No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., end aold to Dealers end News Boy. at THREE DOLLARS PER, HUNDRED or lent to .übscribers l.y mall at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PF.R YEAR pay lb!" in advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. R, sideiit* In the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslr ag the peper left regularly »t their house* or place, of I usiiißM, will b* served by a carrier, by leaving tho name nd address at the counting-room of the publication offlce. Thoy villi settle with the carrier weekly for tbe i am*. STOVES, Ac 1-v W. HILL, No. 7 CAMPRELL'S WHARF, Vholesale and Retail Dealer - ITin Ware, I Lamps, * Plows, I Churns, ■ Lanterns, - 1 Kerosine Oil. I Best Hollow Wares, ■ Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, i Office Stoves, of all size, and patterns. LAMPS for Iho Hand, Brac_«t, Hasp and Reflector Lamp., and Lamp Chimin.) c, uf .11 are! .ud patUi us. The atteutlon of Ihe trade is respectfully called to the EXCELSI...

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 November 1865

_„« mo-f-U. i'wt. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14,1806. relating lo l"»'<"-*« ">»"*" ™ n _oct.dv.lfh this .«.<■■- shell! .I" addre-sed to K. M. Sre-n. Norfolk Post. All ...-ii.iuii.cat.oii* per iii.R to tutorial metiers, and »U correspondence InH-tulcd for ttm-Trt 1 -—" lie addressed to John Clark, MM*. Advertisers ere re_iiest.il to hand iv tlieir ulvertUe meat, before si. o'clock n. Ihe evening, pi ivleu* to aMMka Newsmen aud newsboys desiriag j.pera v ill phase fcava their ataea at the ceuuU__ room the ev> uiiig pre- Tiom -.fore «i« o'clock. M.yhew * Brother*, Booksellers and Star, iner., are authorised agents to sell the Norfolk Post, «nd ill orders laft with theai will be attended to the same hi if left at the office of ptihliceti'.n. _. 11. rettergtll * Co., are »nthoii_d Adverlieinn Ag.Bt. for th* Post in New York and Bost on. Workmen from Washington com menced removing the iron on the track of the Government railroad between Fortress Monroe and Hampton, but the work has bee...

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 November 1865

®h* ijtotfollt ttete TUESDAY, NOVTCMBEK 14, 1865. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. l.i.i!nu>iNCi Noi,.-oi,k. Tlio sweet jniisiti of the mason's trowel and the carpenter's saw fulls pleasantly upon the ear in all parts of theelty. The work of Improvement, of renovating and re building Norfolk ha., been commenced in earnest, and we trust will continue till we can hail it as a new city—rejuve nated, regenerated and i .constructed. Roanoke Avenue presents the most striking and itgreeablo scene of activity in this respect. On either side of the street, between Main un.l Wide Water, the work of (earing down anil rebuild ing is now in rapid progress. Yesterday morning the laborers commenced to "break ground" by breaking in tho broken, decayed, and time-worn roofs of the hovels in (lie rear of our office, which fronton Little Water street, and the old rubbish and small worn-out wooden shanties lo the rear will be re moved so far back as lo include in the work of general demolition that quaint little ...

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 November 1865

TRAVELER'S GUIDE. ptiilO Bl *T A N E I R O. CALLING AT BT. THOMAS, PARA, PERNAMBUCO and BAHTA. Th. United State* nnd Ilia, il Mall Steamship Company will dispatch regularly, ON THE 2Sro OF EVERY MONTH, A NEW AND FIRST-CLASH STEAMSHIP, To leave at 3 o'clock, V. _~ from Pier 4-1 Nurth River. All letter* hare to pan through Ihe Poslonlce. An experienced Surgeon will be in attendance on board. Fur freight and passage, having splendid accommoda tion, apply to THOMAS ABCENCIO A CO.. oct-6—3m No. 17 Broadway, New York. ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAM.-UU' LINK FOR NEW YORK! THI NEW AND FIRST CLASS BIDE-WIIF.EL BTKAMSUIPS HATTERAS AND ALBEMARLE, Leave Norfolk for New York a. follows: HATTERAS, Capt'n Lewis Parish, Will leave Dickann'. Wharf every WEDNESDAY al S o'clocK, A. M. ALBEMARLE, Capt. H. A. Bourne, Will leave Dickinson's Wharf every SUNDAY at 8 o'clock, A. v. Pa_*._gcrs by this line will be only ono night at sea. —•turning, these Ships leave N.iw York ~v. v WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 12 m...

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