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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 7 February 1866

JPw itv-tsi!. fflSi , WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1865. ' LOCAL IHTELLIQEJCE 7~ The Common Counph, met last eve- I nine at the Council Chambers, John R Whitehead iv th« Chair. The Chair read a resolutloTi from the Helect Connoil, requesting that the N. &P. R v remove or repair the track alone- WW* Water street, which was -adopted, a large uumher of bills were approved mid oruVrod paid. The report of the finance tvimmUtee in relation to the Register* report was read and approved The Committee ou (Jus and Lamps to whom were referred a number of resolutions, recommended that all the property iv the city be equally taxed for the purjiose of meeting Hie increased expense of lighting 11 c city. It npI>ears that the gas tax of the city only amounts to about $3,000 per year, while the actual expense is over 112,000. This question excited quite au animated anil ! protracted'debate, in theeourm- of which " Mr. Hammers advocated strongly the necessity of the city owning iis ow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 7 February 1866

hotels and restaurants. TtTant!c hot el. A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carnages always in readiness to curry passenger* to and from the boat*. Th* bar and table always supplied with the choicest WINES of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. Belli ,TiriIBTCHBBTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, ; NEWYORK. (ON TIIK EI'BOPEAN PLAX.) AOCOMJIODATIOJIS roll TIIBEE lILSIIBLD GuESU. This House is centrally leeateff, and near to all business paints. City cars pas* the Hotel to all the Perries, Rail ■ ••ad Depots and places of umuseuicnt every three mm ute*. Single room* H per day; double $2. J. P. DARROW A CO., iauß ly Proprietors. B Mallard "house, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Proprietors. This magnificent aird papal** Hotel, after undergoing thorough repuii* and a coniplelo reuovatlon, will be o.wned thiauior.iing, Mouiiuy, I itli August, for the acconnnntlutiun of boulders mi,! the Unveiling publio. The Halloed House is celebrated throughout tlie wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 8 February 1866

THE NORFOLK POST. Published EVERY MORNINO(S„,„I ur ., Kx „ I , te A ) „, i No. 18 Roanoke Sijcare, NORFOLK, Va., and sold Ui Dealers and News Roys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to sutiscribcrs by mail at tho rate o TEN DOLLARS PER YEAH payable in advance. Single copies, at the counter, PIVE CENTS. Rt.id.nta in th.clty of Norfolk or Portsmouth, darlrnglbe paper left regularly at their house* or place, ef bn.it.eai, will be served by a carrier, by leaving; the „ m , nd addrea* at the counting-room of the publication nfflce. Tliey will settle with the carrier weeKly f or the am*. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. An Tbabsient Advertisements Payable m Aiivabce. Alt Othebs Mobthlt. 1 Siinarn (12 lines solid Nonparhd, or one Inch! one Insertion ■ a. ao 1 Square " " « tw „ insertions,' 1 611 jj'l ,mr " " " three insertion*, 176 I Square ■ •■ ■ a r„ ur Insartjog. 2 01) 1 Square « „ nve ~„,.,.„ 2 m 1 Square « a a nne week, 2 .in And one dollar and nil v cenlH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 8 February 1866

®bf Storfolk fost. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1860. —- m a ~: All communications rcliiUng to business matter* con in* tc.l with tlii. Bex** Stoat* a* addressed _ E ' M Bro*n, Norfolk Pat. All communications I attain lag t„ Editorial matters, anil all correspond, nco lull-nd-l for the paper should l,c».l,lrc**,»t to John Clark, X lib.r. Advertiser* are rciui-ntnl to hand in tin ii ulvertlscin. in- before six o'clock in tin, evening, pi ►»**_ to publication. Newsmen and newsboys aaaftaai P*|iera vill l'leano have their order* at the counting room the evening previous littfore nix o'clock. Mayhew A Bmtlien,, Booksellers ami Stationer., aro authorised to sell the Norfolk Post, and ill orders left with them will bo attended to the same al if left nl he office of publication. 8. M. Petlergill A Co., are authorized Adverlinini: Agents for the Pott in New York and Boston. Mr. John A. Barnes haa our thanks for Baltimore papers of Tuesday. We are indebted to Mr. Carroll of the National Express for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 8 February 1866

®«J iBrf«l« fust, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1866. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. r TS R V._ KCTO ? tV ; Tl,e »«w Directory for Norfolk reminds us of a story A bal was given, out in California, in the early days some months after all the folks in that neighborhood had got married. The lathes in attendance each took her babe to the ball, and having administered rtesv. doses of aoothlnii syrup to the "obnoxious creatures," de. posited tbein in the dressing room Daring the festivities, some wags stole Into the room and changed the dresses of the babies The result was, that each mother carried home somebody else's offspring, and it was several' weeks before they found their babes, and the little ones recognized their maternal parents. W« yesterday met a gentleman on Main street, who was in a similar dilemma to the unfortunate mothers in search of their lost babies. He had a new directory in his band, and said he had been searching several days to (in,l a party by its direction, but bad thus tor failed....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 8 February 1866

HOTELS AND RF.STAURANTS. ATLANTIC HOTEL. A. G. NEWTON7"I-K , ' I ' KICTOK > NORFOLK, VA. Carriage* always in readineas to cicry passenger* to and from the boats. The bar and table always supplied xrttfctlte choice*! WINES of every vnriety, mall and spiiltuous UQOOt*. Je2l | \r ESTCII EST E R HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, .NEW YORK. (OX TBE EI'ROI'F.tV P1.A8.) j AncoiuMODATiota rott Ites** llfjuintn GUF.ST3. This House is centrally located, and near to all business point.. City car 3 puss tl„- Hotel to all the Ferries, Rail rtaid Depots »nd place* of amusement every three lulu ut. s. Single rooms fd per day -, double I*. J. F. DARItOW A CO., jauS-lv Proprietor*. B ALLARD HOUSK, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Pbophictors. This magnificent tuMi popular Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs and a complete renovation, will be open ed this in,»rnii,;r, Motidiiy, Uth August, ftsr the accotniuoilation of hoarder* and the travelling public. Tho Baltard H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 9 February 1866

THE NORFOLK POST fablJAUd rfBT MORNING (Suaday's Scented).. No. 18 Roanoke Square NORFOLK, fa, ' aad sold to Dealers and New* Boys at , . *-_*. THRM DOI ' LA «« P«B HTJNDBKD ar aeat te sabeerlbers by audi at the rale o TEN DOLLARS PER V«A « Alxxddmit. in the elty of Korfclk « Im. !! «»»UB«-room of th. aublkation at**. Ttwy.lll „,«.,,„ »h.earrkw» M a,y foTtoo am*. • term^ldveSsing in in' NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. Alt TBABSIEBT AnVEBnBKBENTS Pataelb in Adtajmi. Au Otueis Mobtht. 1 Square (11 lines solid Nouparl.l.or one Inchi. oneluaartiOD * J m ifSS ! ! : : '-olnVertion*,' '{ So 1 louar' " « •• »«en«rtlone, ITS 1 SoWJ " « "■ «jnr Insertions, *00 J X! *" 1-uMrtlons, 126 1 square ouaweak, IB And one dollar and ofty cents a week for each additional week. On. mouth j 00 1 Smma? •'• « « m .i"" * M * ,,n '"' ** •» 1 Bqaaaa « three months, IT 00 And aYe dollars a month for each additlonai * 10 per rent, discount from th* above X for any period leas thsn a year 4 Bu«_t«> * »...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 9 February 1866

■ _ht ftorfull. lost. f BIDAY, PMBCAB* 0, 18C6: All c.iiuiiiniiicution. relating to Imsiiu-s* matters con ni-cli-,1 with this pap" *h"iilil. he addressed to K. M. Urunn, Norfolk lint. All nonnnunications pertaining to a*,...., .....tt.-m. ii,,,l all corresaon donee Intended for th, pajw» Bhonlil lie inlilrosso* to John Clark, Bdilor. Arlvertlm-ra aro rniiiostut to lißtiil In their Ailvertls*_.nt* l"loro six o'clock iv the evening, pi rvlone to fa-hrlcailoii. Nowsinen and new.lmy. ili-slrlnu papers *UI pleaso have thoir onler* nt tho cotintiug-rooai tho evuingproTion* liufore six o'clock. Miivln-w A Urothoi*, llookmillors and Stationers, are aathorhml nsint* to sell the Norfolk Put, and .11 orders left with lln-iii will ho attendud to the sanio M If left at he office of taiblication. 8. M. IVttergill 4 Co., am authorised Advertising Agents for the Put In New York and Boston. The Grand Jury of the New York Court of Oyer and Terminer, found au indictment on Tuesday, against Itieh'il T....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 9 February 1866

'■ ft* §mtm f»9t ; __. il FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1886 1 j .'■•.-■ _ ._' * local nrraLLit__ircir~ " 2 STIiATTQN'BIMPROVKDGABREOULAT- f OR*. It is a matter of considerable Importance to gas cousumersgenerally.and of especial importance to all keewr* of hotels »nd large boarding lioujes to have *nch ga* burners a* will admit of £ fLnu'thl L* nd , P ermai '« n tly adjusted Jo suit the especial requirement* of the locality of each; because those who havenot to pay the bill* feel but little or no Interest In economizing the gas and Bometime* carlessly, P r thoughtlessly turn on twice or thrice as much a* would answer their needs. Thi* Regulator enables the proprietor of a dwelling, boarding house or hotel, to permanently adjust thef capacity of each burner to e_actiy suit the special requirement of it* locality. It is exceedingly simple in its eonstractlon, ea*ily adjusted, producing a brilliant and steady light, with a saving of 25 per cent, of gas, M compared b, with common burners and not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 9 February 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. A TL i. H-l 10 'H 6 * EL 1 . A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, TA. CiuTtages always In readiness to carry passenger* to and from the boats. The bar and table always supplied with the choiceet WINKS of .very variety, mult aud spirituous LIQUORS. t»at VipESTCHESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOMB STREET AND BOWEKY, NKW YORK. (Or tub Ermc-PEAN Plan.) AeCOHMODATIOBS foil 'I'tlBEE HUNDRED GcEBTS. This House is centrally located, aad near to all bnsiueaa paints. City cars pass the Ilotsl to all the Ferries, Rail road Depots aud places of amusement every three mia ul*.. Single room. $1 per day; doable *2. J. f. HARROW * CO., JanS— ly Proprietors. B"allard hotjseT RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Propbibtobs. This magnificent and popular Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs and a complete renovation, will be opened thismormug. Monday, Uth August, tor tho accommodation of boarder, and tlie travelling public. The Ballard House is celebrated throughout the world a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 10 February 1866

THE NORFOLK POST No. 18 Roanoke Square NORfOLK, Ya, and sold to Deelers and News Boys at THRBR DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscriber, by mall , t , he nUI „ * uv * m ™ f-fwbl. I. *ta*_ Sing,* " E "" ORNTB. *- m *' B<>c 'P"*.»tthsconnter, FIVE haMeut. In the city „f Nortolk or -,„,_,. TERMS OfIdVERTISING ~ Ml THE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. All. -r.AB._BT AHT»T,.,«,BT, Pa.aru r» ADVABCE. I All Others Mobtblt. 1 Square (12 lines solid Nonparlel.or one inch). one insertion * ~ _. 1 Square - " . I »" i .. « three insertions, 176 , 1 Isuuare " .* "* - " *>« Andon. dollar and fifty cent, a weckT'each *"* additional week. One month 7 0,, i • • - 5! ,i mo ***£ la » " * *r j .. 'hree montha, II 00 And *>. dollars a month for each additional ' maith. ■ 1 Sqitaja, 10 per cent, discount from the shove * ra_w for any period less than a yeer. * Senate*.. Ift " " » ■- « c 4 S,|,llM*>S.'Jo ««««■« n 6 Squares,» " « " « " .. ' JiColumh, 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 10 February 1866

we shall not let th*e people in thatst*|e decide the niiitter for themselves. Kach cotiinmnity is better prepared to determine tTte depository of its politiaal power than anybody else, ami it is fbr Ihe Legislature", lor the people of Olijlo lo say who shall vote, and not for the Congress of the United State*. I might go down here to the ballot-box to-mor-row and vote directly for universal suffrage- but ifagre.it majority of the people said no, I should consider it would b* tyrannical in me to attempt to force such upon them without their will. It is a i'uiulvnueiilal tenet in my creeil that the will of the people must be obeyed, -vwthereanything wrong or unait'air in. that? Mr. Douglas (smiling.) A great deal that is wrong, Mr. President, with all respect. The President. It is the people of the states Unit, must for themselves determine this thing. Ido not want to be engaged in a work that will commence a war of i aces. I want to begin the work »f preparation, and the states, or t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 10 February 1866

Sk* §totf flllit f .rot BATURDrV^ LOCAL INTElll^BrC_r^ ARRIVAL OF Mhea.* AMD Iu_TJB The •wanderer by the river* bank yesterday morning, just a*'' Aurora, daughter of the dawn, hat tinged with saffron hue*the lawn," might havo Been scuddino Into port under a full head of canvass a long, low black rakish little *loop-(i 01 a piratical craft this tirne)-on the deck of which stood two singular looking characters-one wa* young and the other advauced in year*. As the mysterious craft, neared the wharf, the older was heard to exclaim, "Let go those halyards, William-this is the promised laud; and here we'll pitch our tents for the future." But we are not writing for the Ledger; and, therefore, in a plain matter-of-fact way.we will explain The passengers in the sloop were not the renowned Trojan hero jfcneas.the goddess born, and hi* only son, and promise of his house, lulus, the great ancestor of all the Ciesars—not very muchly How could they be, seeing that those individual* had been dead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 10 February 1866

HOTELS AND f'tltifflC HO TEL. A. G. NEWTON, PROPBIBTOB, NORFOLK, YA. CJai-rtegosalways iv readiness to oarry naasengors to aud from the boats. Tb. Uw aud -tl" -* ,a "'» nptflM with th. chaises! WINT# • .f ovt-ry variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. yell * ____ HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWKKY, NKW YORK. (Oa tbk Etiaot'BAM I'lab.) ArtcomionATioßß bob Tiikee Uubbbbb Grjasrt. This llouan is centrally located, nnd near to all business pointi. City cars pasa tho Hotel to all the Ferries. Rail road Depota antl place, of ntmiaement every three tain ntos. Single rooms $1 per day; doable it. J. t. DARIIOW A CO., ' jsos-ly Proprietors. B~ALLAKD HOUSE, _ a RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE A CO., Pbopbietob-. Ttila magnificent mid pop*!— Hotel, after undergoing thnrougli repnim an,l a i ~niploto renovation, will be opened this morning, Monday, Ulli Auguat, for the acoonuuodation of l„«r,l,-rs and the travelling public. The Ballard House ia celebrated throughout the world as a flrstclas* Hotel, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 12 February 1866

——i^*___________—_■ THE NORFOLK POST" Publkdied BVBEY MORNING (Sunday-, Excepted) a, No. 18 Roanoke Squake, NORFOLK, Ya, and sold to Dealers aud News Boys st THRBB DOLLARS pkr HUNDRED or sent tolubseribers by mail st the rate o _~,.. „ T »N DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In advance. Single copies, at the counter FIVF OBNTS. ' " v * R, sidont* In th.clty of Norfolk or Portsmonth deslrag the paper left regularly at their or place. „' brttisaa, will be «rved b, a carrier, by leaving sC Ij, nd address at the couatlng-room of tho publication iifflce. They will settle with the carrier weekly tor the ame. SrS 'ADVERTISING IB TBE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1886. all Tbabsibnt Adtbrtibehents Patable m Advance. 1 All Others. Monthly. 1 Square (12 linos solid Noupariel, or ono loclil oneln**rtion >' $1 i 22™,! o i. ~ '.'. two iiisortiuiie, 180 laS 1 .. .. thrco Insertions, 1 7fi \ l wjnare - follr | mmHoll , 2 „„ l -__ " ." " «re InserUon.; iS '. ■? ,U, _K.-* ~ one week, 2 E And em dollar ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 12 February 1866

lb forfdlit i«si. ' 12, 1806. All rimuiuiiication* relating to buaiiic** matters c.n nested wttb tlii. paper should U loldre-eii-U to K. Al. Brown, Norfolk ill*:. All couiiuiiiiicalioiis pertaining to Krlitorial matters, an.l nil correapoiuleiici; inli-ndcl for Mas paper should Iw addressed to John Clark, Klii.n-. Advortiai-rmiio requested lo natal In their vlverlisoliii.nl.. before six u'clock iv tlio evening, pi ivious up publication. Neivamen anil newsboys desiring papers vlll please havo their onlers at the counting room the ovrniligpioTion* Inrfoni nix o'clock. Maybi-w k Brothers:, I!„okanllors antl Stationers, an-null,or)/.-,I "B**Ba*f*i to IB tho Norfolk Post, uud .11 orders left with thoin will lei attended to tbo Haiue al if left at he office of iiulilicatioii. S. M. Pattern!** * Co., are fiuthoracl Ailvertisln;-, Agent* for tin- Post in Now York aad Boston. , ! -—- — —~ Mr. Seth Pike writes a very interest ■ ing letter from Boston. ! The North Carolina excursionists return...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 12 February 1866

m i«Mk fast ''MimvAm^l^i, ~ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Th* Excursion to NoßTiiOAimrT NA.-The expedition whlohKhS "i J on Tuesday last, on board »h» itismal Quelle, Capt. Ryers, returne 1 y4tertS afternoon, the party visited Kdfen ",, of the Chowan river, Elizabeth City' on the Pasquotank, Plymouth and Wi itk.nBton, ou the Roanoke River, and a "a b of these places they were hospitably re" ceived Gentlemen representing 11.. largest business houses in this city com posed the expedition. We give their name* as follows .--Porter Bhermnii, o. the house of Hherman _ Brother wholosale grocers and commission merchant*" William Lamb, shipping and commission merchant; George Kangster, of ththouse ot Saiigster _ Co., wholesale - quor merchants; A. 8. Martin, of the rlrm of Taylor, Martin it Co, wholes,! . and retail hardware merchants- Ch-trl. W A. Santos, of ths Arm of C. A & Ha Bantos, druggists; Thomas 8. Owens' of the house of Helduer & Co, whole! rale and retail dry goods ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 12 February 1866

MISCELLANEOUS. pRJZKI PBJZETf PRIZE!!! Tha Grandest Prise Ever Offered. wa will bend to any adores* on* or WHEELER A WILSON'S BEST PRIZE MEDAL $56 SEWING MACHINES, TOR EVERY CLUB OP FORTY SUBSCRIBERS for the American Statesman—subscription pries only $1 Ut par annum aa.*, and two ex tr* eopl*a to th. (attar ap of ths club. FOR EVERY CLUB OP SIX SUBSCRIBERS, w. will sen.l . .pleadid Stool En_raving of President Lincoln, President Jobbbon, Lieutenant Oeneial Mbant, General gasastAß, or General Robbbt E. Lm, as preferred, 10x24 inches (or framing, valued at $3 with two extra copies ol the Statesman to tho getter up of th. club. FOR EVERT THREE SUBSCRIBERS, w. will send on* of th. spl.uiliil Steel Engraving, of tk. Unifona Ssrias of NATIONAL PORTRAITS, nclndlng that of President Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, Lieutenant General Grant, Major General Sherman, Sheridan, Thomas, McClnllaii and Free,mint, Admiral Fan* gut and Porter, each 19x24 iurhes, for framing, worth $2 each, with an extra cop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 13 February 1866

TCWDAT, THURSDAY AND SATCRnAT, for Ma*n« w * *a_ <J!u*J««t.r oonuiles ami Yorktown, VtiichU* at Olil Point, going and retiirniug each ttlp. Sis Btsamor connect, wltb -the Baltlraors Stesrn et Company-. Steamers "TIIOS Kl'l.=J" nttl "*->■•- --lAlDs*,*' for Baltimore, and all points North ui.rl Wart. Through tickets tuld on this Swuiisr lor Ualtiuciio and her oonnsctlons. This Stssmm Is espec-lnllT sdnpted to the eci-vleo Id wbVsh sh. Is .ngsgert, bell, very Fast, having P,u. Aocommodatloni, and Is noted ntum exu.llfnt Sof llo«t, •a* wOl msko her trips regardless of tl-s wenthor. for frsight or passags. apply to P. C. BALL, Agent, fortsnonth, or to the Purier of tin) tUeumer. AU fttfgbt »«t b* rot*.. raos _ _ fb . Ai-t-nt. aatfcat, December 12, lEW. d-da-tr F ob RIO DE JANEIRO. CALLING AT ST. THOMAS, PARA, PERNAMBUCO anu BAIIIA. Kb. "Jolted (Hatot »nd Bi-nill Mall Stavmnlilp Company will dispatch regularly, ON THI »th OF EVERY MONTII, A NKW AND FIRST-CLASS STKAMS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 13 February 1866

®b* fort oil* $**% All communications relatiiiK to hinducM nm-tUTa tvM iiivttilwi.il this paper ahouhl. he addre.-w*Hj to X M. Browu, NoiTnlli P>'St. Ml ciimiuun!c_.t.«iis pertaining to KtHtoriul m'Utei-4, mid all correspondence intemh-d k>i thi* paper should beaaWfaaaaaal to .lohn Clark, KliU-r. AdvcrtMcrH urn rcijuoHti-d to hand in Iht-ir idverlir-u----iti4c*nit bsa%N six o'clock in the evening, i-> 'viutm to puhlicatioii. a NYiv-iii'-ii ami newnhoyH ili*«ii in■■; paper* V ill JMWMM have •; at the OOOSUsg Veeem tho w> uing pi«*vimiH hstbre six o'clock. May hew A Brothers, .hruksellers and Btatfwier*, ore authorlzoil agents to sell the Norfolk /W, ami alt unlf-rn I'll with tli-in will be attended to tho name tv if left at ho office of publication 8. M. PfMvtaal -t Co., aro authorized Aataftlsing Age-nts fur tin- /W in Now York ami lUi-hm. To-night, at the Ballard House, Richmond, there is' Fo be a grand military hop. .—aa*—*, — Mr. Carrol...

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