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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 26 January 1866

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 18667 1-OCAL INTELLIGENCE.' The merchant whose generosity promiitetlthe donation of a barrel ol'flour for our worthy object of charity, and also the angel visitor in disguise whoed closed five dollars for the same noble purpose, will be rejoiced to hear that tlieir several offerings were gratefully and thankfully received, and made one family at least less miserable, fl would have gladdened their ever generous na tures to have witnessed the joy this lit tle ray of light cast around tin' receivers of that dreary garret. They have done agood action, and if their names be re corded no where else, they are iv that poor woman's book ul' sweet memories. There is still a chance for other liberui donations—a loud of wood would not be refused, or any thing that can add to the comforts of life. Forgery, Pkhjurv, and Clunekai, Veracity. There is a suit at law be fore our Circuit Court, whicli has been occupying the exclusive attention of the judge and the brightest members ...

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. — 26 January 1866

JSTOVEB, BTOVKB. WiTOV___i! b'a'OVES!! STOVE*!!! "I _r j.E. GILLETT'S, BOANIIKK HIJUAR-, You csv find all ef tlie best kinds of l COOKING STtrVES, Including th* MOUNT VEHNON-TIIREE SI-BS" [ BAB LEV SHEAF-FOUR SiZBSf SOUTHERN STAR—FOUR BKES. FANNY FOBRESTER—FOU* ______ UNITED STATES—FOUR SIXES. STEWART COOK-FOUR SUES. EXCELSIOR—FOUR SIZES. HUDSON, DO.-THREE SIZES. MONUMENTAL,; DO. NEW WORLD, DO. CHESAPEAKE, DO. PARLOR COOKS-THREE SIZE-. OOLDEN STAR, DO. CRYSTAL COOK, iWttb -top)-at* Plates for Repair* of s_*h. ALSO, OVER /HRBE HUNDRED HEATING BTOVRB,. To burn ***** or coaljliiclurtlng RADIATORS,-. OAB BURNERS, and the "..Flre-pluc .Stove. Tlie aUention of buyers is solicited to this extensive ock, bought for cash, anil will be sold to defy cotupeti- VII. With the assistance, or Messrs. D. 8. Cherry and R. A. Mapp, late of the firm of W. D. Roberts, Jr., I Co., we will soli ami put them up in workmanlike manner, at 'J. R. GILLETT'S, ;roanoke square, riovls—lm Corner Wide-Water street....

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. — 27 January 1866

—- ~_.___, --.— THE NORFOLK POST Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday-, Racepted.al NG.IB Roanoke Square NORFOLK, Va., gnil sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRRI or sent to subscribers by mail at the rate or TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE f-sidenls In the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir ag Ihe paper loft regularly at their houses or places o' undue**, will be sarTed by a carrier, by hwving the nann nd address at the couatiug-room of the pubßoatiun office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the erne. TERMS OF ADVERTISING i IB TBI NORFOLK POST For the Tear 1866. AtL T_a*.''h.v. Advertisements Payable jk Advanok All Othkbs Monthly. 1 Square (12 lint, tiolid Xonjtariel, or onn inch), **_ one inMrtlon , J %\ (MI 1 Square ** " »* ■ two insertion,", 15u 1 Square " " " " three insunioni, 175 I Squar* « " " " four In-wr tion... j Qt_ 1 Squar* " " " " |26 1 Square ■ " « " one week. 260 And one dollar and fifty cents ...

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 January 1866

my way or manner apply °r : [ | " i | > ( , " | ~ ' > ( " ipply the provision- nj saui m) nt By command <il ®lu> Norfolk i^te All r...nl..iiliii.'.llii.llH r.li.lni_ l» bi..i1.e«1,..1ti.-rsi..n uoctiMl Willi tbi. ,-_*» s_B_M be lulilriwii- t" K. M. Bro*n, Ni.ifnlk P'sl. All ioiiiuiiiniiiiti.iiw BBTtalaU. b. I Kilibiriiil twitters, i»k> aM iaila*B.O»->laal lnten.le.l _* tin. ~:i,,i-i stoats Clark, IMitor. A.|vi-rtli~rsiiri-ri-i_iie»t.-il bi Imml in lb"i r Jls-laali I ment. before six o'clock ill tlie .voiiiug, 1" •• ¥ " m " l " I publication. _asMaa_ m* newsUiys M_] papers »111 ..lease have tlnir safes- ut tin- cuilutli.B-naiiii llio cv. uiß|. _ife —i,..i.-t Imliiri- six n'cliK-ki M ivlu-w * lli.illin;, __*■_*-_ ami Rbi-oners, in* iintli.ni/r.l _•_■ **"**_ lln- Ninlolk r.i»(,nnil sll i.rilrw i.-c witli lb--in «ill l»- ulti'iiileil to Uie sumo v. if tad ii' lie liflli'l'nf publication. . . M. lMUrniU * Co., lire iuitlinriy.r.l Advi-rlislni-' Agents mr Urn Post in NnW...

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 January 1866

SATUF-DAy", JANUARY .7, 18667 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. How TOOKT HIDOK'I'HUGARBOTKRS. Mr. George ltawlius, of tho Thomas Kelso, who ie ono of the most public spirited gentlemen in tho country, and has seen much of tho war Una of city police systeniH in Baltimore and Phila dolphia, tluring his visits to those cities, haa invented a machine whicli he thinks will entirely rid the city ol garroters anil robbers, and restore eon fi dence to our people. He has taken a deep interest in our present troubles, ami knowing tho difficulties which surround his Honor, the Mayor, iv devising mea sures to secure public tranquility ami safety, he proposes to submit his ma chine to the examination of the author ities; and should they conclude to in troduce it into their system, ho is wil ling to enter into a contract to protect the city witli his machine. It is a very simple thing, and lias long been used in private circles on a small scale in Balti more, with the happiest aud most ben eficial results. Fr...

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 January 1866

HTOVEtJ, ffTOVKM.. (__._.. VEttl H-iOVErt!! HTOVKISMI s - - -I • _r j. R, GILLETT'S, HOANOttF. SQUARE, You oaa And all af tba best .-lads of COOKING STOVES, Including tha MOUNT VEHNoN-THREE SiW... barley sheaf-four sizes, IOUTHERN STAR-FOUR SIZES. FANNY FORRESTER-FOUR SIZES.; UNITED STATES—FOUR SIZES. , TEWAUT COOK—FOUR SIZES. .EXCELSIOR— YOUR SIZE*. HUDSON, DO—THREE SIZES. MONUMENTAL.. DO. NEW WORLD, DO. CHESAPEAKE, DO. PARLOR COOKS-THREE SIZES. OOLDKN STAR, DO. CRYSTAL COOK, iVlth Duplicate Plates for R.palri af Keen. ALSO, OVER /lIR-E HUNDRED IIEATIN. STOVES, To l.nrn wood or coßl^inclndint RADIATORS,; OAS BURNERS, and th* '» n._ /Eire-place' Store. The attention of buyers Is solicited to this extensive •eh, boofrbt for cash, nnd will be sold to defy competl on. With the assistance uf Messrs. D. S. Cherry aud R. A Mapp, latsof the firm nf W. D. Roberts, Jr., * Co., wr will sail aud put them up in workmanlik* manner, at J. R. GILLETT'S, ; ROANOKE SO.UARE, no»l6—lm Corner Wide-Wate...

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. — 29 January 1866

THE NORFOLK POST Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday', Excepted) al No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Ta, and sold to Dealers ami News Boys at TIIREB DOLLARS Per HUNDRED or sent to subscribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable in advance. Single copies, at the counter FIVE C-NTS. Rt aldenta In the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deeir ag the paper left regularly at their houses or place, ol business, will be served by a carrier, by tearing tlie name ml address at the countlug-room of the publication iiincu. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the erne. TiBXS OF ikDVIIRTISING IN THE NORFOLK POST For the Tear 1866. Au. Transient Advertisements Patadlk i* Autanci. 1 All Others Morthlt. 1 Square (12 lines solid Xon pari el, or one iuchj, oue insertion || (X , 1 Square " " " " two Insertions, 160 1 Square " " " " tliree Insertions, 176 i 1 Square " " " " -four insertions, 2Ou , 1 Square " " " " Hi c insertious, 126 ' 1 Square " " " " one week, 160 ' Aud oue dollar and...

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. — 29 January 1866

BB_s___B«aB_BBaaBaaBBBBBBMBBaBBa*SBaaaBaBaBai a___aß_--i MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 18(56. r aHeuiiiiiiiiiiioiilionsrehitini. tu business ruutli-r. aaa jj uncivil witli this paper should bu B.ldru_i«d lv K. M. ( lIIo.VII, Norfolk I"-*. AH B____BBB_BB_l ***-_-_« 00 Editorial mutters, iiml »" ciirri-pomli-iii-e inti-iiil.-d fur tka paper should s-aaaa-s-tl ai Ja-S Clink, ttiitur. I Advertisers ar« r«.ii'i»*«'l to haml in their iilverti»e aa*__ l.sore six o-lock In too evening, .11 ivkrns tv I (nitilkatlOß. * I Newsmen anil newsbuya desiring papers villi (a—a- V liaseili.irurtlersat the counting room the owning pre- r viuiis li.liire six o'clock. v Mio-hew k Brothers, Booksellers and Sta-oncra, are a authiiii/ed atentu tv sell th. Norfolk ltat, and all orders I Mi witli I lii-iii will lie attended to the suinu at if left 1.1 ;| he iittlee uf publication. __ 8. 11. Pettergill * Co., are an-iorited Advertlsluii t Agents fur the I'nst in Near York and Boston. f ■■ I Several interesting matters w...

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 January 1866

®h* §otf*tk f 0-s.te j MONDAY, JANUARY 29, _86_.~ 1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. | The Best Thing in Norfolk. The _ iewly fitted up establishment of Mr M ;'). Bice, on Main street, formerly under J he management of Mr. Tuttle, "has uu- l , Icrgone such thorough improvements hat its former habitues and friends 8 .oultl with difficulty recognize It. [. ! s now transformed into one of tho most .asteful and elegant places of resort that no have seen in the South- and Parries ' in Paris is not to be Compared to ii— ' ■oni bin ing as it does all the SfetMMHuy < itirpirses of a first class restaurant anii ' lonfectionary. On entering Mr. Bice's lew saloon one is from tlio first n_vor- A tidy impressed by tlie air of elcgain-e ' iiid comfort, thai at a glance is dis ' .overed to prevail, an.l upon a closer in i ipeotion, the impresNion is fully coo ' tinned that it is a model of perfection ■ tad good taste throughout. The visitor . a*, the fin-1 step (iudu- himself in the midst ofa vast assortmen...

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 January 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. T T LAN T 1(3 HOT EL . j A. G. NEWTON, I'kopkietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carnages always in rendine- to carry passengers to and from ih.- boats. The liar and table always supplied with th. choicest WIN KS of every variety, malt aud Bpirituom LIQUORS. le.l \\ TB H~TCH ESTER HOUSE, COKNKII BROOME STREET AND 110WEUY, NEW YORK. (OB THE EI'BOI-A* PIAS.) ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TIIBEE lII'XPE-D (lI'EBTI. Tliis House is centrally locnted, and near to all business pa__. City cars pin- Hi- Hotel to all the Ferries, Rail road Depots and places of umusemeut every three mm lite*. Single rooms ti per day; double $2. J. F. DARROW A CO., janS—ly Proprietors. BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE A CO., Proprietors. Thie magnificent und popular Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs und n'comhli'ti' renovation, will be open ed this morning, Monday, 14th August, for tbe accuinmo .latlon of boarders an.l tho travelling public. The Bal lanl House is celebrated throughout the world aa a...

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. — 30 January 1866

THE NORFOLK POST~ PutdlslH* EVERT MORNING (Sunday, ~ No. 18 Roanoke Square NORFOLK, Va, ' -and sold to Dealer* and News Boy, „', THREE DOLLARS PBR HUNDRED •v M nt to -abaeribera by mall at th. rate of HDKIU> g-..— _ _*s-__-~: Risldsnt. lnth.cltyorN_rolk or Po-tnnouth, d«.r eg th* paper left regularly at their hou__ or _____ " TT *"' T___ *' . C *" lM ' * ***** ''. ntni ad address at the couatlng-roo m 0 f ths publication *mc_ Th V will settl. with th. _rrl„ mtkJtjZ \2 am*. TERMS OF ADVERTISING Ul TR* NORFOLK POST For the Tear 1866. All T_A-|»H!tT AI.VIBTIBIUII.TS Pa» ilu „ Anr.BCE Au Otbiu MoirtaiT. 1 Square (1J linaa solid Nonparlel, or one iachi one Insertion * ~ 1!._.: - ; - :: ___________-; " S } _____ throe nsorilon, 176 J t a lul foui nsertlons, 200 \&J I. nv " lawrtions, _26 And ons dollar and fifty cent, a f-iCS l M additional week. On* month... s __. 1 Square « » « » tw*ißS«_; 1260 And five doll-, a mouth for each additional month. 9 Squares, 10 per cant, discount fr...

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. — 30 January 1866

lhe forfolfe i«t. I ' TO_MP__Y, iitSVABt B\ im! ____ tu luiHißra* Blatters ca I A,,., ) ,,,,,.un,c«.i.iu5n « fc M . ■ r ,i,.rsar.r,-n...-.Urf>to lml.J in tl.«ir -vertlse- Me-siner. an.l nswsl.ijs desiring . *. era » ■ P'-* 1 "* k ...U.'ir„nle, I ,a.t....'ou,.tlug.ruu„. tlie e». ui.g F . _•_■ ..•lore six _M_j_ki I M.v hew * nr..tl.i.rs, . ..Ht trill »<"! «»«•««.»*' .utl.ori«e,l Kca-ti _ sell the Norfolk IM, and a I -*• left will, them will I* attended to tlie same as If leu *■ 1,., offlre of publication. t U Pattarglll * Ota, «to autl.oriv.ed Adverti.in. a.-..is for the Mm New York *nd Boston. ~!_7ediTo77of~the New Berne Time have received a preseut of a couple o eliptic hoop-skirts, all the way from New York. They must have been in tended for the Washington Reconstruc tionist, for the New Berne men or neither maids or matrons, that we are _ ware of. Mayor Tabbs secret police, "that was not to be known even to themselves,! much less to tlie Mayor, or to one anotn- CP _ro.-«,ui....

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. — 30 January 1866

"'TU___BayT7_s_. UAßY 30. _fs_r LOCAI-iNTEILiGEifcEf The Recent Murder. We yesterday learned some further particulars in re gard to the murder of Jesse Evans As soon as Mr. Johnson the agent of the Freedmen, received information 1,. despatched O. VV. Cook to the scene of the murder, with the following written authority. Binuuiinrltirrom txnFucaani I OmciAssi.SuPT Nobtolb'' {. NullroLK.Jali.2sth, law; f Mr. 11. W.CaOtt is hereby authorized to proceed to th. landing where th* man Jesse Evans, was shot, and taks . lon. •■ ofthe body and deliver it tn ttl* family of th* de ceased. CHAS. K. JOHNSON. The body of the deceased was found al the house of Mr. John Hoilges near Newton's Quarters. Mr. Hodges had found it in tlie woods and taken careof it, until the nuthoriUes were notified The deceased was shot in tlie left side oi the throat, the hall glancingdownward traversing thehreast and lodging in tbe right lung. It appears that Jesse E .ans had accused. Lemuel MeOorry of too great famili...

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. — 30 January 1866

hotels and restaurants. uuTtTcl. ot c l . A. G. NEWTON7~PK° I ' Jt ' ,!: ' , ' OB * NOHFOLK, VA. Obi riaa.es always in rendinuM to carry paasenger. to and horn th* boat*. Th* bar and table always supplied with the cheicesl WINF.3 of every variety, malt and spirltnon* Ll.-OKB. Jan TIT E8 TC HESTER HOUSE, VoRNER BROOME STREET AND BOWKRV, HEW YORK. (Oa tiiz KraoriA* Piaa.) AecoMMOßATioss rut Tumi Hub-bid 'It. mis. Thi. House I. centrally I. ..■ai-.1, and near to all business feints City cars pass the lintel to .11 tb* Ferris., Rail toad Depots .nil place* of aimiaeaient every three it.iv as** Single rooms It per day; double Pi. J. P. DARJIOW A CO., _»bß—ly Proprietor*. BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. U. D. MAINE & CO., Proprietoiu. This Riaghifl<~cnt uud popular Hotel, after undergoing rtioruugh repairs and v complete reuovatioii, will he op*u- Bd this morning, Monday, 14th August, fur the accomuiu —tinii of boarders and the travelling public. The Bal lard House Is celebrated throu...

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. — 31 January 1866

THE .NORFOLK POST .aMlabsd EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Exited, a, No. 18 Roanoke Square NORFOLK, Ta, ' •ad M.ld to Dealer* and New. Boys ,t . . _._■ ""I 1 " 8 mhtKRS PER "™DRI_, ar seat to ssbseFit.ore by mail at the rat* of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In advance, angle copies, » t _, , _ CENTS. ' 1V " R, aidant. In th* city of Norfolk or Portsmouth deeir ag Ihe paper left regalarly at their house, orpla.es ot bustneas, will be served by a carrier, by leaving th , Mm _ nd address at the counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with tlie carrier weekly for the sine. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THB NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. Alt Tbansiint AIiVEBTI—MINTS Patabli ir Advabci All Oniin s Mo.vTin.T. 1 Square (12 line* solid Nonpariel, or ono iach) one iiißTßtlmi ' |i X , I 1 Square " " " " two insertions, lM) 1 Square " ■ • v three iusertiuns| 1;i I 1 Square " four Insertions, 200 I I Square " " " five inaei-tlou., tis I 1 Square " " " _ one week, JM I And ope dollar and fif...

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. — 31 January 1866

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1866. All communications relating to business matter* i j netted with tills psper asa-M «• addreaaed t« B. Ml Bruwn, Norfolk ttsm All cuiiiiininicatlons pertaining t<i Killlorlalreattsrs. ami all correspondence tatsaat-sl fur the paper shouM hesaT"_*a_l4' •• .lorir. Clark, lMitur. Advertisers in-,' 1- ,1 to it,ui.l in tlu-ir vlverti-a- I in.tits before six o'clock iv the welling, pi ivii.us i, I Newsmen iin-l newsboys desiring papers «ill fl- .is. I have their orders at the cuuutiiig-ruoni the evening prs .wus lislbre six o'clock. Mi.vh.'w k Brothers, Booksellers mid "*ttit*.iii-rs, are aiitliuriy.e.l agents to sell the Norfolk itist, and all orders issft with them will he attended to the same as If 1.-ft at J he. oflce of publication. , 8. M. Pettergill k Co., itro authorized Advertising Ak«bl* fur the i_ t in New York mul Boston. ""Weare indebted to Mr. M. G. Porter, National Express messenger, for late Richmond and.Petersburg papers. —i — * et *> ■ — ...

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. — 31 January 1866

WEDNEBDAY, JANI_XRY~irT-66 n^c-jTiNmiiGff^^^ Ficiht Amono Womkn. The vicinifv pf Hardy's lane and Union street. y2 tert.ay, was tbe scene of a desiierai.. tight, about one o'clock. Two wSn were the opponents and they teueht wth all the fury of tigers, A third who appeared to be interested in lite conflict, urged the combatants on todes peration, in language of tlie most blas phemous ami disgraceful character "-hairie, shame," was loudly cried by the lookers on at Venus, but not a sini___ policeman could be found to separate the combatants. The attention of the Htrtel Inspector was called to the disgraceful scene, and Uie large crowd which had iissenilili'il to witness the fight. He used his utmost endeavors to part the women but was derided with jeers by those in terested in a continuance of the 'amuse ment." Not being able to And tin offi cer, the Inspector started to the watch house for assistance, and soon returning with G. W. Joynes, the keeper, they dispersed the crowd, arreste...

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. — 31 January 1866

HOTELS AND Ri',s-rY.I'J!ANTS. i 'i TLANTI OHO * '.* L ' . JJ A. G. Ni-WTON, PROi'RiETOK, NORFOLK, VA. i -■■_-■ .i»m "■ "* line " w *** p—"* 0 " u """ 1 'T,.rS MM. WINF.B of evsry Tariely, malt and spirit-00. LKI-o_B. J-2t _______-—- ij^JBflT C II EST E R HOUSE, * ViRNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, SEW YORK. (0* the ECEor-f k> Pian.) AcCOMMODATIONS FOB Tuats HI'KDUD OtJISTS. This H0.,,, is centrally located, and near to all business ...int. City cars pass th. Hotel to all the F«ries, Kail mad Dspots and places of amusement erery three mm vies. Single rooms r-1 por day; double *-. J. r. DARROW k 00, jans-ly , rroprietors. \ M. D. MAINE &_C(>'. PROPRiKTORS. This bit. nil-cent and _o___ Hotel, after under. ..ing _orough re_a_» and a cni.pl. i.-rei.uvnti.ui.v,ill he op" ..I this morning, Monday, I HI. AotfUst, for;th. a,u«»' datlonol hoarders ami tbe trnvellinn public, lim iv bird l|.,„„,s.,leliiaU.il'.lnoii|.liouttbo w.-rld as » W sl.se llolel. and the piinclpal one iv Richmond,...

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 February 1866

t_s_lsrfolj_Tost ~ PulilWie,. KYm MORNING (Bun.Uy-.Exe.pw, ,„ No. 18 Roaxoke SQUAItK NORFOLK, Vs., ' and mild to Dealers and News Boy» at TURKU DOLLARS PBR HUNDRED orwnttowlßK-riber.b7Buillatther.teor mJnDR,(D „, , , _~ TKN "OLLAIU PER YEAR cmt . T " c * S " ,BUco '""..tthe„ o„_r,0 „_ r , ny " _t.id.nte In the city of Norfolk or Port-ionth, d«_- r .gthep-per left reguUrly at their hoose. or place. _ will he imrH hy a __..„, by * a nd Bddree. at the connting-room of the publlc-L office. They will settle with th. carrier weekly for th" »""_ " TERMS OF ADVERTISING IB THE NORFOLK POST For the Tear 1866. AU TB4NSIRKT AnVEBTISIMENTS PaTABIX IH AhVANCt Au Otiikrs Muttiilv. 1 Square (12 lines solid Nonpariel, or one Inch) one Insertion " » ( J Sipnire " " two insertions, toil 1 Square « three iuserlionß 1 7!, I Squ-e • " f„ lu . |.„e rt _ uni! 2 (Hi 1 Square -•' n „ |, u „,lou. 2 is, 1 Square '• one week 2 fsi Aud One dollar and nlty cents a week for each additional week. One month.', 7 rj,...

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 February 1866

tiiursday7febhuaby 1, 1M... All -muinnle-lions relailng to husinew matter, on neclerl witli this paper should be addressed to K. at. llro.vn. Norfolk lust. All coinmunicaUons pertaining K> Kiiili.ri.il mailers, and all correspondence Inlemleil fat Die nairr* should Ira addresses! lo Julio -lurk, X litor. Advertisers are requested to hum! In their idvertise meiits hofors si» o'clock ill the evening, pi .vhiu- to piililicstion. Newsmen and newsboys desiring papers .111 please liavo their orders at the counting-room the. cvi uing pre vious before six o'clock. Mnyliew k Brothers, Bookseller, and SUtfanera, are authorised agents to sell tlie Norfolk iris', and all orders left with them will lie attended t» the sunie as If left at lie oiuco of publication. 8. M. Pcttd-gill A Co., are autlinrir. Ed Advertising Agents for tho Jtaif iv New York and Boston. . »—' What delightful moonlight nights we aro enjoying! No other place ln the world can compare with Norfolk in the matter of moonshin...

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