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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 1 February 1866

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7^866 iMAliTOilg^ THB FlHEMßl*'_ FAKADE.-A mart auspicious aud suitable day than yester day, for a gand display of our firemen could not Have beeu wished for or se lected had tliey beeu permitted tochoos. At two o'clock precisely, the Unio, Hook and Ladder Company. nreceVw by Whiddon's celebrated «r. v R.Z| baud, mar-bed down Main street naii the Atlantic hotel. The truck was mn_ niflceutly de_ointed,with small nationa flags, evergreens, Rnd beautiful wreaths of rare flpwer«. Her iron work shoot like buriiislicd steel. On the side of tht ladders which surmounted the truck In letters of gold, was inscribed, " Union Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 '» __$ 01| the perch were two elegantly colored anterns, gleaming axes, picks, crow bar. Ac. rhe men were dressed in black pants and blue shirts, with a hook and ladder crossed on the breast in white; tlieir hats were the New York style, neatly painted black, the frontis piece with the number and name of their company, and below...

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 February 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. iT f L__TnTl O ~ H O T 81. _ A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carriage, always iv readiness to carry paaaangera to an.' from Ihe boats. The bar aud table always supplied with the chela si WINKS of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS **»_ VLTEh'tCHESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOMK STREET AND lIOWKRV. NEW YORK. (On tiif. Etropia.t Pus.) ACCOMMIIDATIONS FOE TiilUlF. li'T.MiaF.li liL'V.ST-. Tills lluiise is centrally Im-uteil, and near to all business paints. City cars pass Hie lintel to all the Ferries, Hail road Details and place* of nuiuscmeut every three mm •to*. Single rooms H per day ; double $2. J. F. DARHOW k CO., jauß—ly Proprietors. D ALLARD HOUSE." I) RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE c-Tco., Pbopkietors. Tliis magnificent nii.l pnpuinr Hotel, afler umlergoing thi,rough repairs and a eoinpletprenovation, will In. open eil thisiiiorning, Monday, 14th August, for the accollimn tlulion of boarders und the travelling pnblic. Tlie Ilal lanl House Is celebrate...

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. — 2 February 1866

THE NOEFOLK POST Published EVERY MORNINO (Sunday.Excepted)., No. 18 Roanoke Squahe NORFOLK, Va., and Bold to Dealera and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER IICNDREI or sent to tub—ribers hy mall ut the rate 0 f TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In adrance. Single cop.*,, at the CENTS. ' ' Ri si.ienl. In th* city of Norfolk or Portiimo.th deslr ng tbe paper left regularly at their houses or pl'ac,. _ b-lness, will be served by a carrier, by leaving j_ nd address at the counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with tlie carrier weekly for ths ante. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN TUE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. j Au TaamiiitT AovinTisiaiNTs Patabu im Aotahcj. Alt Others Moxthit. I Square (12 lines solid Nouparlel, or one inch) one insertion , * *j qq 1 Square " " two Insertion. 160 1 Square ' three Insertions, 176 1 Square four Insertions, lou 1 Squar* " " " five insertions, |26 1 Square * .... OMe w And one dollar and nfty ceu.s a week for each additional week, One month 7 Ofi 1 ...

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. — 2 February 1866

_, _, „, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1«6&_ 111 communications relating to business matters con oected with this paper should be addressed to K. M. Brown, Norfolk I\>st. All communlcatioiia pertaining In <ili|..rlal mutton, and all correspondence intended for the paper should bo addressed to John Clark, Kditor. Advertisers are request, a to hand In their advertise ments before six o'clock in the evening, pisvioua tv foblioation. Mswsmen and newsboys desiring paper, .ill pleaas lisve their orders at the counting room tha ev»nl«| pre iiusi list,,re six o'clock. Mavhew A Brothers, Buoksnllsrs and HUS.ners, ar. authorised agents to Mil th. Norfolk Post, and all orders last with them will be attended to the same as if.left at ha iifflu.) of publication. 8. H. Pettergill k Co., are authoritad Adrertl.ing Agent, for the Put iv New York aud Boston. Mr. Barnes, of the National Express, will accept our thanks for late Baltimore' papeis. -.___.•._ , The President has refused to interfere with...

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. — 2 February 1866

Etw §nio\k | 9S t, DAY, FEiVntJAKY .HST LOCAL INT£LLIGEyCE. en to Oi,i> Point. The __.!__ eer of tlie Government i.. ment at Old Point v .". 01 ,i' v d .he engine h. f. Cfi & .me past iisetlhy thi. city, t,,,, 1 lonroo. The I.ut k . r left o U) - . ' iiiomin-r ,„ v mm. „t tut Tho Hope boys ure M ttite _tooo_»U4e ai thelossofllii'irput, l.utwe feel lessor. thnt the success of lhe new have a «reat weight with our n ' Council, and probably another of ti,. same sort will be ordered, so that we may have a regular steam or_ru llizatioil and till the lire companies |q the eilv will be provided with efficient coin,,.. Taking away the Butler and her outfit has left the Hope lire company entirely ilesitiite ot hose, and ,t is to he l.ope_ that tins dehcienc-y may be soon tun! plied by several Ihoiisand feet of Whit tier's best, in order that the .lepartme. i may he prepared for any emergency _«£»y, ****• Th. great advantage of Whittier's hose over all others, coies'istis in the fact, t...

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. — 2 February 1866

HOTELS AND RKHTAI'RANTS. A. G. NFAVT<>X~* JRm * X ' ETOB ' NORFOLK, VA. Carnage, always in remilueM to carry p__eugers to am. from th. boats. The bur and table always supplied wilh Hi. choicest WTNVf!,.'every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. IJ»a __ TCHESTKR HOUSE, P. BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, I N E W Y0 R X . (.On tbs Ei'Bui'iAK Plan.) j IDATIONS TOR TURK Hl'3»»a- OUtSTS. is centrally located, and near to ail hnsine* I cars pass tin- Hotel lo all the Ferries, Rail I mil places of amusement every three nil. I rooms H |'«. day ; double ti. J. T. DARROW k CO., Proprietors. I ______ — I VRD HOUSE. RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Proprietors. Thu. magniricent .ml t*H H Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs aud a c_n.ls_.rsu_.aU__, will ho opcu ■ «d this morning, Monday, 14th August, for the accouimo dation of boarders ami Urn travelling public. The Bal lard House is celebrated throughout the world aa a first class Hotel, and tho principal one in Richmond, an. the lire...

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 February 1866

aa-ssß__a_ a ___________ >ai>aa _ B __ - __ THE NORFOLK POST .übllshed EVKRY MORNING (Sunday'sExcepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square NORFOLK, Va, and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THRKK DOLLARS PER HCNDREH OT sent to subscribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable in adrance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. rUsident. In the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth derir ng the paper left regularly at their houses or !____ „, |..isii.._i. will bo wrved by a carrier, by leaving tho name nd address at tha counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the ante. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IJi THE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. All Tmi"Bie-T Adtertisimbsts Patabu i_ Adtakci. Alt OrKEBB Mohthlt. 1 Square (12 lines solid Nonpariel, or one Inch) one insertion ' * .\ _. 1 Square « « " • two inVe'r'tioni; 160 1 Square three insertions, 1 H J Square " torn insertions, 200 1 Square " five Insertions 2 "'. 1 Square " " " " one ~,,,,,15' 2 , ...

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 February 1866

_ii. sS*«f*k j SATURDAY, M HRUARY 8, IMS. 8 to bu.in_.malt.-r5,..., | _6Ct.il with this 1...1". -"-H.IJ !"> ad.lr_«o_ (■ K. M. , B,o»vn, Norfolk Pis' All ,-„i„...miiiatmn- perUini.ig to ( e,lit,„ialrui.tt-.s, and all *a_M*._l«Mw- inland.- for Ui,. paper should he addressed to John Clarl., B-litur. Advertisers are. requested to hand in their wlvertise _,__,_ MM «i« **M_ i» ""•> ****** '" ,vioU " '" publication. ■ Nswsmen and iiowslki.b desirin_ paper, will l-loase . hay. their orders at tho counting room tha ev.uiugpie- J vi,.us before six .'clock. r Mayhew * Brothers, Booksellers and StatJoners, an- t authorized agents to sell the Norfolk Put, uud all orders left with them will be attended to the same as if left ut | he office of publication. S. M. Potter-fill * Co., are uiitliori'*- MaaMMl Agents for the Jinf In New York and Boston. Husiness is very dull In Richmond. Money is tight,'and merchants find it difficult to get their notes renewed. The rebuilding in-lain street has ...

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. — 3 February 1866

lie i-tfoMt fust. febru_vry 3, ~Tm. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Distbessino Accident. Ad accident occurrod yesterday about one o'clock, al the Steam Bakery of James Keid, No. 45, West Main street, which came Bear resulting fatally to Charles Held, a son of the proprietor. Itnpp. are that Charley was engaged fee.ling the Dough Breaker, which consists of two lm_,. and powerful rollers, used for thu par pose of working the dough to A pinner consistency for shapeing, before being taken to another part, of the machiuery to finish oft". \\ hilt- to engaged he caiv lessly attempted to clear from the lower roller a piece of dough which had ml hered thereto, by some means his right arm caught between the ponderous rollers, and draged it in as far as the elbow. Mr. llowman, the foreman seeing the condition of young Iteid at once ran to the gearing of the machine and threw the band off. i_...,i it not been for tho presence of mind of Mr Bowman, the young man would have had his arm torn ofl'dose lo the...

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 February 1866

HOTELS AND TEL. A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORr-LK. VA. Gametes always in reedlnet. to aarry _____•_ to and from the boat.. The bar and table always supplied with tha choicest WINES of .very rarlsty, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. ____. XI7-ESTCHESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (On thi Europeaw PUS.) A_ot_lo__Tor.il roa Tube. H_re<a_> Omits. Thi. House la centrally located, and near to all business paints. City cars pass ths Hotel to all th. Perries, Rail toad Depot, and place, of amiuement every thia. mm .tea. Single room, tl par day; doable 12. J. F. HARROW * CO., (auS— ly Proprietors. ALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, TA li. D. MAINE A CO., Proprietors. This magnificent and popular Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs and a complete renovation, will be open ed this morning, Monday, 11 th August, for tha accommo dation of boarders and the travelling public. The Bat lard Houae Is celebrated throughout the world as a flrat alaa. Hotel, and the principal one In Ri...

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. — 5 February 1866

fTHE HOEPOLK Im FabllaU. ETKBY MORNING (Sunday's Excepts,., No. 18 Roanoke Sftuark, NORFOLK, Ta., and Mild tt, Dealer, and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PEE HUNDRED or seat to subscribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR paynble in advance. Single cople., at the counter FIVE OEKTB. Rtsldanta la ta. city or Norfolk or Portsmouth, d _ir ag the paper left regularly at their houses or places of b allium, will bo served by a oarrlw, by leaving the __,„ nd address at tho cooating-room „f the publication offioe. They will settle with thaaarrler weekly for the sine. *t TERMS OF ADVERTISLN<_ ir. tht. NORFOLK POST For the Tear 1866. TgAIfSTENT AnVIBTISIHINTS Patabu IN AllVAMci. ' All drums Monthit. 1 {Square (12 lines solid Nonparlel, or one inch), one insertion ' 01 __ 1 Bqnare " " " two Insertlous, 160 1 Square " three insertions, 1 7S , 1 Hqnare " " fonr insertiuus, 200 , 1 Square ' " five insertlona, 226 ' 1 Square " "- " " one week, 250 ' And one dollar and fifty cents a week ...

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. — 5 February 1866

Site §ofMk fflsii. I All communication, relating to business matters con b uected with tills paper should lie addressed to E. M. £ Brown, Norfolk Post. All c.uim.inicatiins pe_..>alng lo _ Bdlto-lal matters, anil .11 corre.pon.le.iee intended for 11..- puner should be addressed to John Clark, X iitor. — B Advertiser, are requested to lv.nd in tlieir idvertlse ment. before six o'clock In tlie .veiling, pi .vious to publication. Nowsmen and newsboys d.-siring papers »HI plea»e have their order, at tho counting-room tb. ... ning pre- c riou. b.fore six o'clock. { Maybew * Brothers, Bookseller, and Stationers, are ' authorised agents to aell the Norfolk Pott, and all orders c lea with them will be attended to tha «ame at If left at f ha offlce-f publication. _ S. M. Petterglll k Co., are authorised Adrertising 1 Agent, for the Pott in New York and Boston. f " — "" *_ . t We are Indebted to Mr. John Smith) c purser of the Niagara, for New York , papers in advance ofthe mail. ' i Mr. J...

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. — 5 February 1866

I— —' , t §totf oik gojjt )AY, OCAL IlimilOEKCEr C'tory Da .outers. Mr Geo old colored man of this city daughters, whom ho 10.ci.,' "eU One is quite black a, ' "ght, but both children of iVash ngton. He brought the ore the Freedmeu'a Kurt on and informed Sqiilre jil, D _o were about to run away a° Hi that they should be 'co, ' remain at.home and comp ■_ es properly, especially as tl . some .1,200 in silver and uold c had ou ham], w _ t _, _V_ J°,"' >■ _fi«g to Baitlmo™ o g"t" The daughters seemed il to bid farewell to the pater al whether or no ami \r. iV them that as hey must go home and obey her's commands, or he would mom them lnJ__L the jug, tbey yielded an Irt_ ir venerable parent. It K_ lere are a couple __rk-_klnn__ »lnthe»w«HlpU. I »w_oh_d igns upon the old man's money liters. "wu-jj otkrs at Work Again -If'past 9 o'clock l_Tt nlrtt ?e Brown, a young gentleman ~ wasa_^cke.lby_ C oup.c„.• 0 "J 10 ., " trret > near the Orphan Mr. Brown had crossed the d was coining down ...

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. — 5 February 1866

HOTELS AND TTIaNTIC __fo~TEL • A. G. NEWTON7"PBt> PBIBTOK » NORFOLK, VA. C_na__ always In readinea. to carry passenger, to and Rom tha boats. —- . , The bar and lablo always supplied with the choicest WINES of every variety, malt aud spirituous LIQUORS. Hem KITES TCHESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (0_ TBI EuaopiAM Pl_H.) AacoHMOiiATioris for Thau Huhdixd iluisth. This House Is centrally located, and near to all butlneaa paints. City car. pass the lintel to all tha Ferries, Rail road Depot, and place* of amusement every thres mln ut sa. Single room. . p.r day; double . . J. F. HARROW t CO., janß—ly Proprietor.. ALLARD HOUSE, V RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Proprietors. This magnificent and popular Hotel, alter undergoing thorough repairs and a complete renovation, will be open ed thi. morning, Monday, 14th August, for the accommo dation of boarders nnd the travelling public. The Bal lard House Is celebrated throughout the world a. a lirst elaae Hotel...

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 February 1866

THE NORFOLK POST Published EVHRY MORNING (Sunday'sExcepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., aud sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or aeut to subscribers by mail at the rnto o TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable in advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. Residents In the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslr ag tho paper left regularly at their houses or places ol business, will be served hy a carrier, by leaving tho name nd address at the counting-room of tho publication office. They will settle with tho carrier weekly for the ame. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IM TH* I NORFOLK POST J For the Year 1866. AbL TRANSIENT AnVMtTISHteNTS Payablb in AuVAltC*. T] Ail. Others Monthly. 1 Square (12 lines solid Nonparlel, or one Inch), ono insertion $1 no 1 Square " " " " two insertions, 1 ■ 1 Square " " " " three insertiona, 1 7ft .. 1 Square " " " " four insertions, I (XI V. X Squaru " " " " Aye insertions, 2 2ft ' 1 Square " " " " one week, I fto " And one dollar...

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 February 1866

©fc* portollt lost TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1806. All communications relutiug to business matters rou nected with this paper should bo addressed to E. M. Bro ,m, Norfolk fM. All communications pertaining to Editorial matters, and all correspondence intended for the paper should be addressed to Jobu Clurk, X litor.' Advcrtisors are requested to hand in their <dverti-c --ment. before six o'clock in tho evening, pi ivious to publication. Newsmen aud newsboys desiring paper, v ill please havo their orders at the counting-room tlie cv, uing pre vions before six o'clock. Mayhew A Brothers, Booksellers and Stationers, are authorize I agents to soil tho Norfolk Putt, and ,11 order* loft with them will be attended to the same ai if left al he office of publication. S. M. Pettcrgill A Co., arc authorised Advertising Agents for the /'o«! in Now York and Boston. i By reference to our telegraphic col umn it will be seen that all manufac tured articles, lveretofore exempt, in the southern states,....

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 February 1866

%U pari rtk |4«t TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1866. LOCAL IHTELLIOEfITfJE ~ ATTEMP-rTO BR^J AI ,,. M|>- y,. son, the jailor, was aroused yesterday morning about 4 o'clock, by anumS noisein the ail. He iratnedlately pre pared himself, and unlocked the ou or door. Upon entering the vestibule he was informed by one of the lobby iris, oners, that the occupants of the south east cell, on the second floor, had been working assiduously all night lon>' Irv ing to cut out. Tlilsoelleontalnetrjonii Champion, James Marcus, alias Pari.ll, G. T. Sluppand Morris Rose, four des perate characters The jailor, finding that their object was to escape, imine diately retired, locked the doors after him, and took a position to watch thsl portion of the wall the prisoners were trying to cut through. Daylight broke without showing any further develon ments. Mr. Nelson then entered tiieiail with the proper assistance, and secured tbe occupants of the cell, |, v placinc tliem apart In close confinement Returni...

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 February 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS- A TLAWT.IO HO TEL- A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carriages always In readiness to carry passenger, to and from the boats. The bar and table always supplied with the choicest WINES of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. U*2l ■wrESTOHESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (ON TH£ JJIJBOPRAN PUB.) AOOOSIXUJDATIOUB tOE TUB—! BM**** Gus»T». This House is centrally local-!, aud near Is all business points. City cars pass the Hotel to all the Ferries, Bail road Depots aud places of amusement every three miv ales. Single rooms H p«r day ; double $2. J. F. DARROW A CO., JanS—ly Proprietors. B~ALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, YA. M. D. MAINE A CO., Proprietors. This magnificent and jsipuhir Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs and a complete renovation, will be open ed this morning. Monday, 14th August, for the accommo dation of boarders mid the travelling public. The Bal lard House is celebrated throughout the world as a flrst elass Hotel,...

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. — 7 February 1866

THE NORFOLK POST P.b1i.1,.d EVERY MORNING (Stind.y'.Exc.pt.d,., No. 18 Roanoke Sqitark NORFOLK, Va., ' I and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or .ent to..nserlber.bym.il at the rate o ° RW TEN DOLLARS PER YEA It payable In advance. Sinsle conle. ~—. _T JJ_ NTB * at the conuter, FIVE -tea-dents In the city of Norfolk or Poruunouth d«lr a,[the paper left regularly at their home. « 2_X b«ri,«j, will be served by a carrier, by l TO y, ng thß __~ nd address at the cou»tlng-room of tho publication .flee. They will-« U ,e with the carrier weekly fo- X ame. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. All Tbansient Adtibtuebents Patabli in AnvisoE. Ail others Montblt. 1 Square (12 lines solid Nonparlel.or one Inchl ene Insertion ■ ». „ iSss " . :: :: a_2_2__7 »» %Zrl __f '""'"ons, 175 { Snare " I fnur insertions, 2 0(1 1 sJuare « " «'c in«rtious, 226 1 square one _ eek 2 y And one dollar »,,d Bfty cent, a week for each additional week. One month 7 00...

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. — 7 February 1866

FEBRUARY 7, 186fi. All communications reli.tiii([ to I'usiucss matt, n, con nected with tlii. Baser SwEtU !»• *<4twKa»a to K. trt. Bro*n, Norfolk Aat All ouiiniiniditioiis paftalala* to E.lit»«-i„l matters, Stat *H cm-sponil. nee telenaed t\.r tlie paper slioulu lie addressed to John Clark, Klilor. Advertisers are remiestid to hand In their ulverti*. rn.„U before six o'clock in the evening pi.viou* 1.. •utilication. Newsmen aud newsboy, desiring papers .111 phase have their-orders at the roiinting-riKim the cv, olng pre vious before six o'clis-k. Mayhew A Brothers, booksellers and Stationers, ar.. authoriiel agent* to sell the Norfolk 11»t, and .11 orders left with them will he attateM lo the same a* if left at he office of publication. 8. it, PattenS) * Ob., ar* aatnortaea MiarlWkg Agent* fer the ftel in S*» York and Boston. The Virginia Legislature has passed the bill " to incorportito the Norfolk anil Baint Nazaire F.xpress Company of America." If your head is bald rub salt we...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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