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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 27 December 1865

THE NOSFOLK POST Pobllshed IVMI*J MORNING (Snudily'sKxcepted)i No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va, aad sold to Dealers and News Roys at TIIREB DOLLARS PER IIUNDRE] or sent to subscribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PKR YBAI payable In advance. Single copies, at tho counter, FIVI CENTS. Itisidenis lnlh»r*tyc,f Norfolk or Portsmouth, dosii Bg lb* paper left regalarly at thoir houses or place* o I usliieas, will be sefted by a carrier, by leaving the nam, nil address at the counting-room of Hie pnhlicutioi offloe. Tboy will settle with tlio carrier weekly for Hi, i anie. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLERf- AND SHIPPKIIS. THE OLD AND EBTAIILISHKD BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO., Carrying the UNITED STATES MAIL, and ADAMS' EXPRESS FREIOIIT, Howell and favorably known to tho Traveling Pttldig us the OLD BAY LINE, Are now Kutiuing thnii magnificent, siifo and cuminiidi,ma Steamers, , THOMAS KELM), CaPT. UEO. VV. RUSSELL; ADELAIDE, CAPT. JAMES CANNON; The THOMAS X KLSO »us built for, nml is ropramli...

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. — 27 December 1865

thought that the two Antelopes sent from England have communicated the disease. C-rTKD STATES VICTORY IN SWITZKIILANII. Hepry's brench-loadlngrlfle, presented by Mr. Winchester of the N. 11. Arms Co., has carried off the prize ottered by tho Swiss Federal Government for the bestbreach-loadiiigtirearms. Ihe Amer icans, says the Swiss papers, are now the lirst in war and the first in peace, because they are determined to be a free people. MONSTRUOIS PRIVIM-lE. I can not say as much for the French people. The Imperial Government has jriven toMonsieurGranierde Carraguac, a deputy and a friend of slavery, the sole right of publishing a political paper, which alone la to be sold within and without tho Exhibition Ruildingof 1867. mail i.ifk. The approaching matrimonial alliance between tho Princess Anna Murat with the Duke do Monchy now occupies the attention of the votaries of rank and fashion. This lovely Princess has for Borne time been the object of general attraction, and goßsips say ...

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. — 27 December 1865

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27,1866. LOCAL IHTELLIGEWCeT "~ Conflict Between the Night Watch and Neqroes-And Pioht in l-OHTSMouTii-Oi.Saturdayniglitabout half past 0 o'clock, T. L. Pago, Hr., (colored), who k« eps a grocery store on athe corner of Bute and upper Union street, called upon the policemen of that beat, viz: John Murphy, Baker Ward aud Hum. Smith, to arrest a negro who was in his store disturbing the paace. The oilicers entered the store as desired and brought the offender out On the corner of the street the prisoner broke loose from officer Smith, and ran out Union street, Smith after him. When near Turner's, Bow, the negro jumped a fence Smith still pi. railing, Officers Murphy and Ward followed Smith in the chase, and as they turned down the alley oil tipper Union street, in order to cut the fugitive off, they were set upon by a number of negroes and badly beat en The occurrence created consider able excitement, from the fact tha" ma dam rumor had it that both oilicers were k...

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. — 27 December 1865

w STOVES, STOVKH. STOVEHI STOVES!! HTOVESIII (at; J. R, GILLETT'S, » BOANOKE SQUARE, You can And all a| ths bt.tSJ.Jud'i of COOKING STOVES, tbs MOUNT VERNON-TIIRBE SIZES. BARLEY SHEAF-FOl'R SI7.KBJ SOUTHERN STAR-FOUR SIZES. FANNY FORRESTER—FOUR SI7,E». UNITED STATES—FOUR SIZES. STEWART COOK—FOUR BIZKI. EXOEUIIOR-FOUR SIZES.; HUDSON, DO.—THREE BIZEB* MOJiUIIENTAL,: DO.] NEW WORLD,; DO; CHESAPEAKE, 80. PARLOR COOKS—THREE SIZES. OOLDEN STAR, DO. [CRYSTAL COOK,'. rYlth Duplicate ristesjfor Repairs of Hash. also, oyer ihreb.iiundred;iieatino;btovkh, To baru>uod or coalaliuludUiK RADIATORS,'. liAS.llUUNMlS.'.und the Ol RMRWW ' or F'rn-tjiluce Steve. The atteuUoii ol buyers Is solicited to this exteuslvo -Bum k, ImmikUl for cash, and will be sold to defy compeli- Mon. With the uwlstsnce of Messrs. D. 8. Cherry and at A Mapp, late of the Him isf W. D. Roberts, Jr., * Co., w* will sell and put Ihem up In workmanlike manner, at J. R. GILLETT'S, ROANOKK SQUARE, liovlS— lm Corner Wide-Water ...

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. — 28 December 1865

_————■—aa__Bßßßaaa_a—■as—bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb THE NOBFOLK POST Published RVaftY MORNINII (Sunday'sKxcpbdjal No. 18 RoANtiKR Square, NORFOLK, Va., aad sold to Dealers and News Boys nt TIIRKK DOLLARS pgu HUNDRKD or soul to hubs, rils'is by mail at the rate of TFSN DOLLARS PKR YKAR puyibl- In advanco. Single copies, at the conutur, FIVK OBNTS. Risidenls In tho city nf Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslr ag the paper left regularly at their houses or places of I usiuoss, will bo served liy a carrier, by leaving the uaine nd address at the coimting-r.sun of tho publication offlce. yiiey will settle willi the carrier wii-kly for tin a bis. TEAVELERS' GUIDE. I' 1 MPOBtANT TO TRAVELLERS AND SIIIPPKIIS. TIIK Old) ANII F, ST A I! I, IS II I'M! BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO., Carrying the UNITKD t*TATKB MAII*. and ADAMH* RXI'RKPS FKKTOIIT, So w«4l and favorably known to th<- TntTHinp; Pnlilio hh the OLD HAY LTNE, Ar& now Running their Tii.i.'.iiiitniii. Huti- uihlcoiiiiimhljiiih gtfAiners, THOMAS KEL...

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. — 28 December 1865

Ihe Wmtoln #osi. ~Jj —-' THURSDAY, IlKCKMlil'.lt 28, 18*3>. All.OHlUlUllll't.UoilsK'lsliaK I" IIUM-M-MI lIUlttlTI OB II ascu-U villi tlii- ft* - 1 "" 11 1 '"■ »**ttmi '" ■*•*?• |tr<i*ii. Norfolk /W. All communications |,orl,.inii,i; to MUorlal -aaHsia, sad all atkrswmmtlmkM int. ...1. .1 (~ tli« iia|ini' slioiil-1 lie, addressed tv Juliu Cliirli, X litor. A,lvi-rtls,'r»iirsn',iiKstiil to hand in tlu-lr *ntv«-i-li». ---mauls bsftn d* o'clock ill 11,- pn MM le publication. Nswsm™ awl nawahoya ilisiiiiiK |.o|„rs v ,11 pMM Itaii, ifi.'ir urtlors ut tL„ counting room tlio cv nlng l>r,-- Tions lisfbrr, six o',-|,K"k. Mayliaw k llrnilii-rs, H,s,k«i-ll„rs mill Stationers, «r ---iinllinrir.nl ugi-nts to w-ll lli„ Norfolk Post, and .11 orders luft Willi tliiin will bo intended to tin- same vi If lolinl tlir, ttUt of |,llllli,"!lti01l. S. M. P„tl*-ri{ill * Co., am "antlioriz.ed Adv'trlislni: A g nl' Hir tho p'st In New Vurk and Boston. TEBMS OF ADVERTISING m TUB NORFOLK POST For the Y...

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. — 28 December 1865

*_fff *3__ i* \ I ■- ■_ j THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1806 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Masonic Rejoicings. The Masonic Order of Norfolk, and their friends, Indulged in high pleasures last evening. The day was (he anni versary of the death of St. John, tin Evangelist, who died at Kphestis, on I tbe 27th of December, 100, in the tilth year of his ago. The Atlantic Lodge, No. 2, had A IIUANI) RAM, it Glenn's theatre, which was elegantly Itted up ami decorated for ihe ocealion. 'he entire parquctle circle was board lover, and the artificial Boor was made ivel with the stage. This gave ample nface for the dancers, and the sklc oxes wero used as rests ami lounges etween the The theatre, when glilod up, and crowded with the well ress.-d company, presented a very bril ant spectacle. Great pains bail been tken to make (be invasion one worthy f remembering. This we infer from lie character of the committee of ar aiiginienls, which was composed of (he mdlug citizens of Norfolk, namely — Villiant 11. Sliner...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 December 1865

_ _SWVES, STOVEH. OTOVJCBI MfOVKSI! WOV-Ett!!!. IATJ J. R. eiLLETT'S, ROANOKE SOUARE, Ye,. . at, Mi id all ~f the best'kinds of COOKING STOVES, •a [Including the MOUNT VERNON—THREE SJZES. BARLEY SHEAF—FOUR SIZES, SOUTHERN STAR—FOUR SIZES. FANNT FORRESTER—FOUR SIZES. UNITED STATES-FOUR SIZEB. , STEWART COOK-FOUR SIZES. EXCKLBIOR—FOUR SIZES. | HUDSON, DO.—THRER SIZES.; MONUMENTAL,* DO.J NEW WORLD* DO" CHESAPEAKE, DO. PARLOR COOKft-TIIBEE SIZES. GOLDEN STAR, DO. CRYSTAL COOK, fflth Duplicate Platea'.fnr Repairii of Eash. ALSO, OVER iIIREE.UUNDRBD:iIKATINO:STOVEB, To b«ru wood or coaHincludiiig RADIATORS, GAS BURNERS'uud the Of 11, or fire-place Stare. The attention of buyers is sollelted to this extensive Stock, bought for cash, aud v. ill bo soil to d.(y competi tion. With the assistance of Messrs. D. 8. Chewy and R. A. Mapp, late uf the linn of W. D. Roberta, Jr, *Co., w« ' Will sell and put them up iv workmanlike manner, at J. R. GILLETT'S, ROANOK* SQUARE, nnv I.l—lm Comer Wide-Wate...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 29 December 1865

THE NORFOLK POST Pitbllshed KVEIIY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) el No. 18 Roanojc c Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or seat to subscribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAH payable In advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. Ri sldenta lv the oity of Norfolk or Portsmouth, ileidr I ng tin-paper left regularly st their houses or places ot iisiiu-ss. will be served hy a carrlor, by leaving the name ml address st the counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with tho carrier weekly for tin erne. _ # *% ' BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE, , I AT TUM Office of The Norfolk Post, NO. 18 ROANOKE SQ.UARE, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA- \ ■ ■■■-.— ■ ■■ , t l Tn* l'sot-niffTOKit of thii KHtabllihtneut rtspii tfully Mon- .nui <t to thu Public of Norfolk, Pot tNinoiith ;inii vi tUiliy, tlwt they aro fully propun-d to NMMfti ovciy ilo , ■ei-iptioiiof JOB PRINTING kiiNwii to thatnnliuM, i not |ouly with NEATNESS and DKSP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 29 December 1865

FimDAYT DECEMBER 29, 1866. All corauiuiiiriiliuns ril'linK tv Ijuhlikbh niiilltrs tarn iicuUml with this |W|.»r hlk-iil-I' 1«> ail.lri-Mo-l tt, X M. Brown, Norfolk I'M. All ct.miiiiiiiiuitltiin pcrtiiinili'- tn i'-litttrinl lanttrrs, .'"I "" r.,rr.s.poittl.-iit'c mi- i.'J.'.l fur tilt. ii.t|n't slioilM t'.' n.lilr.-sstiti to .l-.lin I 'lurk, S litt.r. Advortisttistro to litiH.l in !ln if t'l,. ,' .-■ lusiits I"-.'',.' six o'clock in thu evening, pi tvioas Ib |Hlblil'Bti..U NowsnK-ii Ainl ni.wsh-.ys tit-siring pB|H-rs B ill |il,'iut li.ivi* ti.'ii- utile*** .it tfin i room tltf cv. uitig |tro -............'- -i. o'clock. M.iyliiw A lli.iilii'i s, Booksellers nnd Sintf oni-M, an snlli.it i/.il agent* tv sill i In' Norfolk Post, hihl sli »r,l. i~ l—'t wltl, tin in will It ntli uili-il to St.. siintii bi if Iclt ut tho i.llii , of publication. 8. M. I'litl.-rnill k Co., hio Billliorir.nl A«lvorti-.ini* Ari uLs for th„ Put it. Mo- York i.n.l lltMtun. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN thb NORFOL...

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. — 29 December 1865

m\t iorfolh I'osf. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 18/• --! LOCAL INTELLI^^CE- I War on Dons ■fw-tcrtlay marolig tho Street Jive- 00 - 01 " received iuforina tion that a '- ,l< ' "°K I'atl made hist ap peariiiicp' 11 the uelßhliorhooil of Town liridw, sear tho corner of (,'liurch nud <;inirl(itte streets, and had bitten several dags. Am n precautionary measure, fit liisipi'i-liir hired two men ninl rcpnittcil I Ut Town bridge, and at once commended I shooting till thi! dogs found lv that vi eiiiity. This onslstught created quite an I uniisuiil excitement in the lieighbor- TIIK CoNIiITION Ol" KIIWAHIiS. J. H. Edwards, shot at Oxford Hall on Wed nesday night, while resiating the guard, Ih considered in a very critical condition by his attending physician, Dr. liillisol ly of Portsmouth. Edwards was shot through Ihe right, I.reaftt, the ball passim.' through the lung, mul comingout under his shoulder blade, lie is als-i woundcil in the throat by a bayonet, thrust, and in the left wrist, lie...

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. — 29 December 1865

__■_ ■ r ___Bj a •• a■ a 4 \"*BJ_M t( t I Af ROAN..KB SQUARE, Yonjcaa flnd all of the b*»t>kluds of COOKING STOVES, Itneludlug tha MOUNT VBRNoN-THREB SIZES/ BARLEY SHEAF-FOUR SIZES, SOUTHERN STAR-FOUR SIZES. PANNT FORRESTER-POUR SIZES. UNITED STATES—FOUR MIES. STEWART COOK-FOUR SIZES. •EXCELSIOR-FOUR SIZES. J HUDSON, DO.-THRER SIZES.; liONUMKNTAI..; DO.] NEW WORLDS DO.J; CHF.SAPEAKH, ! DO. PARI-OR C(KIKS—THREE SIZES. OOLDEN.STAR, DO. (CRYSTALy-OOK,; IvVith Dnplicato Plates.for Repairs ol Ba*b. ALSO, OVER /HRBB BATINGZSTOVKa, To tarn weod or roatJincliidiiiß RADIATORS, OAS BURNBRS.tan'llhe aim, er Plre-placi. Bt*vo. Th* attention of buyers is solicited to this eatensi Stock, bought fur cash, mul will bo sold to deny compel tloa. With the assistance of Messrs. D. 8. Cheery and R. Mapp, late of tho firm of W. D. Roberts, Jr., k Co., \ will sell and put ihem up In workmanlike manner, at J. R. GILLETT'S, ROANORB SQUARB, novl*-lm Corner Wlde-W«"-** •"*•!. ESTABLISHED l»2o. E-O was? Boo...

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. — 1 January 1866

■—■—*———— ■—«— THE SOBFOLK POST «* Publkhad WVmmVt WHUIUiaCSim-tay^ExeepteilJal ■ No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, TA,, •ad -»lil ta P-Hklen and New* Boy* at THRUM DOLLARS PER HUNDRED er mot to *wkl*»nnn by Bail at tha rat* of TEN HOLLARS PER YEAR hi advance. Single eople*, al the counter, FTVF, CENTS. Rialdeat* In th* city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir lag Ihe paper laft regalarly at their honaea or places ot I ado***, will be served by • carrier, by leaving the name nd addrew at the counting-room of the publication alio*. They will settle with the carrier weekly for .the 'an*. tr I~ MPORTANT TO TRAVELLERS AND SHIPPERS. THE OLD AND ESTABUfHED BALTIMORE STEAM CO., ' Carrying th* UNITED STATES MAIL, and ADAMS' EXPRESS FREIGHT, So well and favorably known to the Traveling Publid v the OLD BAY LINE, Are now Running their magnificent, safe and commodious Steamer*, THOMAS KELSO, CAPT. GEO. W. RUBBBLU ADELAIDE, OAPT. JAMES CANNON; _, The THOMAS KELSO wu built for, and ia eipreasly i ■f a...

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. — 1 January 1866

®he UotfoUt foisste : ___ i ~ MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1866. ( — i All roinmuniCHtioii* relating lo Imsliiiii* uiatt-r* r.,n | iiected with tliis paper should; I,* addlo-wod lv K. M. Brow*, Norfolk Pott. All communications pertaining to Editorial matters, and all c«rre*pondene« intended for Ibe paper should be addressed to John Clark, Sditor. 1 Advertlsor* ar* re*,uc*ti d to hand in their advertise- ' in.inls before sn o'clock In tlio oveuing, pi iiiuua to publication. Newamen and newsboy* desiring paper* »11l pleaae ( hay* their ocdon at the oouuting-raein the evolug pre dion* lufm c *rix o'clock. Mayhew A Brothera, Booksellers 'and Stationer*, are - niitli.nir.isl agents Ui tell'the Norfolk Pott, and til orders Jaft with thorn will 1» attended to Ibe name ai If left at tbo efflce of publication. I B. M. Petterglll A Co., are anthoriied Adiirfising | Agents for the Patt In New York and Boston. TERMS OF ADVERTISING v tm NORFOLK POST « For the Year 1866. AU TaiMsuisr A»v*RTitiii«iJiw Patib...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 1 January 1866

Ihe §nxin\h %mL MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1866. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Accident to the Steamer Jas. T. Brady. There was considerable anx iety expressed yesterday morning, in consequence of the steamer Jas.. T. Bi a dy of the new line of Baltimore steam ers, failinft to arrive at the usual hour. Humors ofall kinds, -were prevalent trough the oity. At 4 o'clock p. m., the the steamer Dictator, Oapt. Landis, ar rived in the Brady's place from Balti more and reported that the steamer Jas. T. Brady was run Into about 6 miles tliis side of Baltimore oa Saturday evening about 7 o'clock, by fho tug A. H. Webster, and so seriously injured that she had to be towed back to Balti more. The Brady waa struck on the port Bide square, just foward of the wheel-house, her cook house carried awiiy, and one boy, a dish washer, in the cook house at the time of the colli sioii was knocked overboaid, aud drowned. The passengers nud freight of tlie Brady upon her arrival in Balti more, were transferred to the Dictat...

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. — 1 January 1866

JANUARY 1, 1866. All eommonicationa relating to business matter* eon aueled witli thi* paper should - ; b* addm-Mod to K. U. Brown, Norfolk /tut. All communications pertaining to Editorial nsattsni, and all c*rre**oiidon*-« Inl-mJud for Ue paper aliould Le addrcssod to John Clark, ail tor. A-iverti»«r*ar*ri-<in»t,d to hand in their ad vert ise m.nu before six o'clock la the iweuiug, pi iviou* lo publication. Newsmen and *ew-,b*ys deslrlag »ap*r* »Ml pleal* hay* Uwtr orders st the counting mom she owning pre ri-,u» before *lx o'clock. Blayhew R Broth*!**, Booksellers and SUBsners, are aathorited agents to «*U*th* Norfclk Ptmt, and til orders Jaft V |th them will be attended to the same ai If left al i publication, tterglll * Co., are authorised Adrertising he Pott In Hew Tort aad Bo«t—. aMS OF ADVERTISING II tH» RFOLK POST For the Year 1886. am A»Yi»TiM«iiiw P*t»»fu H Am****, i All Othixs HomiT. 12 lines solid Konpariel.or on* Inch), n-Mitlon ••'•";•••• ,il huh-. two Insertion*, 1...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 1 January 1866

MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1866. eOCAL IMTELLIQEHCE. BNT TO THE STEAMER JAB. T. rady. There was considerable anx ,ty expressed yesterday morning, ir -msequence of the steamer Jas.. T. Bib y ofthe new line of Baltimore steam rs, falling to arrive at the usual hour minors of all kinds, -were prevalent irough the city. At 4 o'clock P. m., th< ue steamer Dictator, Capt. Landis, ar ived in the Brady's place from BalU lore and reported that the steamer Jas • Brady was rim into about 6 miles bis side of Baltimore ojfe, Saturday vening about 7 o'clock, by the tug A I Webster, and so seriously injurec hat she had to be towed back to Baltl nore. The Brady was struck on tin iort side square, just foward of tht vheel-liouse, her cook house carried iway, and one boy, a dish washer, ir he cook house at the time of the colli lion was knocked overboard, am irowned. The passengers and freight >f the Brady upon her arrival in Balti more, were transferred to the Dictator undshe left Baltimore at 4 o'clo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 1 January 1866

r — 1 STOVES, STOVES, oTO VEBI BfOVWH I! M-fOVWI! I • J, E. Q I L L E T T ' S, ROANOKR SQUARE, . ' a leu **a Bud aU •( His heated, of COOKING STOVES,; .Including th* MOUNT VIRNON-TIHHM Blt__ BARLEY BIWAP-FOUR BIZM| SOUTHERN STAR-POUa 81EBS. PANNT VORRHSTHb-POUR SIMS-: UNITED BTAT_-WH» MHA (•THWART COOH-KWR BtUR. -, BXOIIUMOR-FOUn MW.' budbon, oa-rawß MM MONUMBNIAL, DO_ raw world, w>-y OHBBAPBAEB, 1 DO PARLOR COOHB-WIRBE SMBB GOLDEN STAR, Da PRVOTAL-COOE, With Duplicats.Platea;for Repairs *f »**b. AlioTeVsUl r"^!_t-*», lo bant wood or coai_tucladioc RADIATORS. QAg EURl_*,y<^• *» or rtre-iilaii.--Stove.-l The aUonEon of buyer* U a-ltoited te tRRX. #atenslv* Stock, bought tor oaali, and sHliataHEMf aampaU lion. With the aaihitenee of M«*m* D. B. OertT and B. A. Mapp,laleof *c Bim of W. D. Rohan*. Ir, * Co.. ws will sell and pat them up la wo»h*nau«ks nrtaaei, nt J. R. GILLETT'S, ROANOKE BQUABE, novIS-lm Q«nsrWld»Wrter.lr*rt. ESTABLISHED 1896b |,| [WABE BOOMS I ■4__4l ** **■-»■* t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 2 January 1866

THE~ NORFOLK POST Published BVHP.Y MORNING (Sunday'sExcepted),,l No. 18 Roanoke Square, nomolk, Va_ ,iel said to Dealers snd News Boys st THREE DOLLARS PSR HUNDRED or sent to sufcsefibers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PKR YEAH (syabls In sdvsuce. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CUNTS. Residents in theeit-f of Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir lag Ihe paper left regularly at their houses or places ol , usiiieM, will be aerred hy a carrier, by leaving the name nd address st the constlng-room of the publication oHlcs. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the ante. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLERS X AND SHIPPERS. THK OLD AND ESTABLISHED BALTIMORE STEAM PACKEJ CO., Carrying the •». UNITKD STATES MAIL, and ADAMS' EXPRESS FREIGHT, go wall and favorably known to the Traveling Piihliu as the OLD HAY LINE, Ara now Runniog their magnificent, amfo and commodious glewmem, THOMAS KELSO, CAPT. OEO. W. RUSSELL ADELAIDE, CAPT. JAMES CANNON; The THOMAS KELSO was built for, and iv expressly adapted...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 2 January 1866

Tuesday, January 2, l'seti. All communiciitiotiA relating tn litiKfncuft matter*. <mi nutted wilh thin pupcr tdiould, bi addre*eed to E. M. llkivm Norfolk i'utt. -All communications pertaining to Kdit-nrhil muttere, mid «ll cnrreapondencc in tan (led Tor tin- pu|>or should he addr-emed to John C'lnrk, E litor. Advortim-rn Hie refjiu-wted to hitnri in their «tdvertliie t,ii uf-. hafof-a six o'clovk iv tht' evening, pT-tvljui to publication. 1 Newsmen and u«w«lh>.vb desiring* papers * ill pleaee j have tin ir order* at the counting room the eT*olngprt timu before six o'clock. 1 Mayhaw A Brother*, Bookeellen and SUtfener*, are aDt-horized agent* to sell tha Norfolk /bat, aud all order* laft with them will be attended to Hia lame ai If laft at tha office of publication. j 8. M PetterKill A Co., nra authorired AdT*Hlelug Ageute for the /tort Jar New York and Boeton. TERMS OF ADVERTISiNO NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. AU IMHfell ADTIItmiMINTII PIT.IILI IX AIITIXII. I All Othhs M...

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