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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 24 February 1866

Sine jtarfolli psi, J SATURDAY, FEBR UarF «£ "55 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Finirv Yesterday aftcin.wn, about 5 o'clock, the natural quiet neighborhood of Nehraska street, near the corner of II mon, was thrown in to rat her an nfins. ual state of oxcitement and alarm, hi consequence of a large crowd of colored people having collected around a grog gery in that locality, known aa Port Fisher. Tho cause of the large crowd being collected was a fight between two colored women. They fought as veno num., as black snakes, and were as savage and determined.in their encoun ter as two Roman gladiators. Each appeared to have plenty of hackers, and the excitement ran high. The com batants fought, until they were litorallv exhausted, without toy person Interfe* Ing with them in their pleasant pastime The tight ended in a grand stoiiii7 match, and Fort Fisher was assaulted by all the colored hoys in the neighbor hood. Notwithstanding all this excite ment, and a large crowd collected, the only star we d...

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. — 24 February 1866

hotels and restaurants, j Ytlantio hotel. A. G. NEWTo"n7"pk<'* ,k - etok i NOBFOLK, VA. Carriages alwnys In readluew to carry passengers to and from the boats. -The l.ar and table always supplied with th. cbolcosl WINES of every variety, malt aud spirituous LIQUOBS. VfTESTCHESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (Oh tbi European I'la.v.) AOeOMMODATIOKS FOR THREE lItM.RS.I, GIIF.STH. This House is centrally located, and near to all business p..mis. City cars pass tbe Hotel to all the Ferries, Rail road Depots «nd places of amusement every threo mm utes __SiDgle rooms tl per day; double ti J. ff. DABROW A CO., _anß—lt Proprietors. TDALLARD HOUSE, J3 RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE <fc CO., Proprietors. This magnificent and popular Hotel, *n*r undergoing thorough repairs and a couißlete renovation, will be open ..I this morning, Monday, 14th August, for the accommo dation ol biKirdera and the travelling public. The Bal lard Ho 'He 1, re I, lil -ilteil t lin High' .lit ...

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 February 1866

TEE NORFOLK POST PublLhed EVERY MORNING (S„„d„', Klcpnleil) „, No. 18 Roanoke Sq-;ake. NORFOLK, Ya, and -old lo Dealers and News Boy. at THRER DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscriber, by mail nt the rate o „ , J T "SN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In advance. Single copies, at the cunter, FIVE CENTS. f Rcatdento ' n the<!lt 3 r °f Norfolk or Portamonth, HmW agthepsjoerleft regularly attheirhou.es or place, of I «!..«., will be served by . carrier, by leaving the n.nu, ad addrev. at the oouatlng-room of the jmbllcation otßc Th.y vrlll aettle with the carrier weekly for the anie. TERMS OF ADVERTISING r» rut NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. AU Taaiukot Advietisehihts Patajiu in Advaucf. Au Othiis Monihit. Bquaro (12 line, solid Noupariel, or one inchl one in.ertii.il , , "™"* ~ (|() aSHlll « " I " two i'ii'""rtionB,' I Sll l i&Zll .. ~ three Insertion, I|| ■ ISSS. :: . ur i "*"-' i "»* 200 1 SaZll « •■ fi ™ in "' >r "" n ». 2=6 l square •» .. one wee i, ~ - v And oiio 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. — 27 February 1866

veto this bill upon that ground, he can and w-ill, for the sake of consistency, veto every other bill on the same ground. Talk about propriety I W hen propriety is made the ground of a veto, that sense or propriety goes to every other bill. , , Mr. Doolittle. I do uot understand that to be-statcd as tho grouud of the veto. , , 1 Mr. Fessenden. It is stated hy the President as another grave objection to this bill. ... . Mr. Fessenden continued his animad versions upon the veto message, stating that if the President had simply dissent ed from the freedmen's bill, nobody would have submitted to it with better grace than himself. His objection to it was the argument used by the President to sustain it. He conteuded for the right of Congress to decide on the fltnrss of the southern states forrepresentation. In conclusion, he gave his views on re construction, holding that, by the laws of war, Congress had a right to security for the future. He was iv favor of the admission of southern me...

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 February 1866

ghat gjt_.lt | t< jy FEBRUARY^ LOCAL iI«YE_-_____ffCE7~ Buroi,ak\ and Rohbery. Ycstertlav •morning, William \v. Chamberlain-.' Esq., of the firm of Chamberlaine Bros.! Bankers A Exchunpe Brokers, No. 17 Boanoke xiquare, uiwii openlnir hin offloe to resume business for the day, discovered that the premises had been entered either on Saturday or Suniiay night. Upon going behind the counter of the office, the safe was found turned upon its back, and tlie doors blown off. Fortunate for tlie Arm, they always take the precaution, during these in iquitous times, to deposit their valuables In a safer place than an ordinary office • hence, their loss was trifling, nmonut ing to about one huudred coppers. A close inspection of the safe, fully estab lishes the fact that the job was "nut up" by experienced aud daring cracks men. No son of Ham could conceive iuch an artistic piece of skill, much less perform the operation with so much success. The whole job bears evidence of a master piece of...

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 February 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. H O TEL . A. G. NEWTON, PROPRIETOR, , NORFOLK, VA. Carriage* alw.y. in rewllne- to carry paaunger. to and IFoin the boats. —The bar »nd_table alwuy. supplied with th. choicest WINES of every variety, malt aud spirituous LIQUORS. J. 21 ■:■ -'-•■■' . fJETSSTOB ESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW TORK. '*** ff (OS THR EUROPEAN PLAN.) mi Accommodations for Tiihkt. HuNbEin Guiarß. This House is centrally loc.ted, and near to all buslaea. points. City cars pans the Hotel to all the Ferries, Rail road Depots and places of amusement every three mln utesMSingle rooms tl per day: double it. J. ff. DARROW A CO., JanS-lr Proprietor.. B~ALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE &~C~O., Proprietors. This msgniftcent .nd popular Hotel, after undergoing thorough repaire ami a complete renovation, will be open ed this morning, Monday, 14th Anguet, for th. accommo dation of boarders aud the travelling public. The Bal lard Home is celebrated throughout the world...

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 February 1866

THE NORFOLK POST roblb-lLd EVERY MOIINTNO (Sund.y'.Exeepted) at NO. 18 ROA NOKK f--QUARK, NORFOLK, Ya., ~.,i sold to Dealers and News Boyi at THREB DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscriber, by mail nt the rate o TBN DOLI.ARB PER YEAR payable In advance. Single copici, at the counter, FIVI CENTS. IU aldent. In the dty of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslr ng the paper left regularly at their houses or places of I nsiness, will bo served by a carrier, by leaving the nam., nd address >t tha counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for tho TEEMS 01' ADVERTISING IR THR NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. AU TnaHIIIET ABTRRTIMUKNIS I'AVARLR IV AI.VANIS. All Othrri Monthlt. Square (12 Hues solid Nonpariel, or one Inch), on. Insertion $t on Sqnar. " " " " two Insertions, 150 Square • " " " three inaerllona, 1 7.'. 1 Square " " " " four Insertions, 2On I I Square " " " " five Insertions, 226 I | Scju»re " " " " one week, 260 And one dollar an.l 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. — 28 February 1866

It i»rfollt |Mi. j IS DAY, FEb7uLL\RY2B Urn. ni. it i.hi. relating to business matters t-.m I thi. putter should be mldressed to E. M. ilk jfTlsf. All communications iMTtuiliiug |o ttei-H, and all correspondence intended for mild be aililri'ssed to John Clark, X litor. iarereiiuest.il to hand in their tdvertli-.*- I . sil o'clock in lite eveuiug, pi tviotis to ] mil newsboys desiring papers v 111 please lors.lt the counting-room the evniugpr.. Ix o'clock. Brothers, Booksellers anil Stationers, are em. to sell the Norfolk iWI, and .11 orders l will he attended to the .nine at if left at uhlication. ergill k Co., are ktituorlMtl Advertisliv s Ihst In New York ami Boston. render a large portion of our a morning, to the Speech of tnder 11. Stevens. It will lie I loughti'ul people. meral Assembly of Virginia op" at the Ballard House, I, On Friday eveuing. Gen.' I chairman of the Reception b, and he has Ml thanks for a I nlary card. THE CAUC'tT« publican members of Congress ises, in Washi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 February 1866

*t*f JKfrib »ggj WaPMEBDAV, PEBURARYtt.igia LOCAL INTEUIQEHCIT" .. Released. F. C. Clark, the flnun cier.for several days past 'co flneu in jail on complaint of the First Nriiin.,, •bank, for debt to the amSuSt $V,m wras examined on Monday afternoo. fore Commissioner Swank, of be Cir cuit Court and having sati.factor v answered the interogatoi.es propouiid.fi by the plaintiff's counsel, was dis charged and left immediately for Rich mo .," £ lark ,lateß that lie does not ow ? , l „ t \ J _ irßt Natioual Bank one cent and that it is his purpose to proscute the institution for false imprisonment During Ins sojourn iv the city jail he Was very well treated, aud fared sumn tuously, and last week, iv charge of tlie jailor, by permission of the sheriff be visited the theatre, " where he was' the observed of all observers." <j Rourke of the Fenians, wasof the opinion thai it was thei intention of Clarke to cmi * ra £ to -l-Bnadtt, but we can hardly i credit this report, if «.lark is seri...

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. — 28 February 1866

HOTELS AND RESTACRANTS- A tltAmV Tvl-0 B OTJ L. A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carrlagss alwayi in readme*. to carry pawngor. to and from the boat*. The bar .nd table alway. supplied with ths choicest WTNBB of every variety, malt and splrituon. LIQUOR*. in - XTTESTCHESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (Oil THR EIBOFRAfI PLAN.) Accokkohatioms for Three llcni.eeo Guim. Thi. House is centrally locutod, and near to .11 business points. City cars pass the Hotel to all the Ferries, Rail road Depots and places of amusement every three mln ule*._Siagle rooms tl par day; double $2. J. t. DARROW A CO, J.nS— ly Proprietor.. BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE A CO., Proprietors. This magnificent aud popular Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs aud a complete renovation, will he open. •d this morning, Monday, I 111, August, for the accommo dation of boarders aud the travelling public. The Bal lard House is celebrated throughout the world as a first-, .lass H...

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 March 1866

THE NORFOLK POST FiiblUhed EVERY MORNINO (Snud.y',Excepted) al No. 18 Roanoke Square NORFOLK, Ya, and sold to Dealers and New. Boy. at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subsrritiere by mall st the rata a ~ , i TK! - DOLLARS PER YEAH payable in advance. Single copies, at the counter FIVF CENTS. Rodents in th. city of Nor'nlk or Portsmonth, deslr ag the paper left regularly at their house, or place, of In.iiie.,, will be served by » carrier, by leaving the nam. nd address at the counting-room of the publication office. They will sett|„ with the carrier we««ly for the am*. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. ALL TRA-tSIINT ADVERTIBEMEKTS PavARLB IN AbVANCE. Au Others Mo.vthi.t. Square fl2 lines solid Nonpnrlel, or one Inch) one insert ion * Jl Ofl Bquar. « « •• « r-T'u'li'lio'i'i 1 oil Sqnar. " " tLreo iniertious, 17j I Square " f, mr in s .rti„ns, 200 1 Squsre « " n nTe l nsert i olll)> 2*j 1 Square ■ " one week. 261 And one dollar and fifty cenla 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. — 1 March 1866

®!ie . Norfolk gtai I • THURSDAY, MA lit 11 1, MM.""] AU c.iniinunicati.ins .elatinu to l.usin.se matters cm. uecteil with this paper si M be aiblre-iseil ti. E. M. Brtijvir, Norfolk Flat. All cinnui.inicati.ins pi tlaming Iv Editorial inittters, and all correspondence intended fur tb.- paper shoul.l be.TlJrcsi.isi lv Julm Clnr!;, k liter. Advertisers are re.p.estid to hanil in ttetr nlverliee lueuts before six o'clock iv the evening, pi .vii.ua to uhlicaliou. Newsmen anil BtffMboffl desiring papers v ill plen-H --havt. their orders at the counting ruoui the ev> niug piv. vious bwlure sis ti'cluck. Mayhew A' Brotuarj, E-.'.kseller. ..ml Statfjners, are authorized agents to sell the No-, fulk /W, anil ill ..filers eft with them will be attended to the same nt if lett ul he office of publication. 8. M. r.-n.'i"iil A Cti., are authorized A.lvcrlii.i.ic Agent* for the I'att in X. w V..rk and 11...t0n. "STIMULATE SOUTHEBK LOYALTY" IMPORTANT I'ONVEI.:. \'l UM WITH PRESIDENT . ..lIiIINS...

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. — 1 March 1866

gfceltrtt.il. g.flt ) {,"18867"" ' MCJL IlTlLl_tQmcg, ' The Grabber Okabiied. TliHsiki > morning about nine o'clock, an exciting I foot race occurred, on Water street btT- ' tween two colored men. It appears that J Ishmael Jones had arrived from Rim ! noke Island the day before, ami took ' lodging on Union Street, at the house of Samuel J. Williams. The proprietor, i being a model landlord, and studying > the interest of his patrons, cautioned ' Joues about the iniquity of bad company , and told him to be careful who he went i with. Jones, beinu thus admonished ' set forth to view the city, and look around as to where he could get the £ most for the smallest amount of mousy ' In his perambulations, he fell in with . polite and urbane colored individual from Washington, who gnve his name as Tom Johuson. Roth looked aroui d and saw the sights. At last Jones pulled put a roll of bills, containing about $18 when Johnson grabbed at the coveted prize, secured it, and ran for dear li...

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 March 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. i TLASTJO -HOTEL. A. G. Proprietor, . NORFOLK, VA. Carnages al way. iv raadines* to carry pasMnger. to and from th. boat*. and table always supplied with tha chelcest WIN ES of .very variety, malt aud spirituous LIQUORS. _•« WESTCHKBTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (On the European Plan.) Accommodations for Three Hundred Guests. This House Is centrally La-ated, and near to all business point.. City cars pass tbe Hotel to all tbs Ferries, Rail road Depot, and places of amusement every thiee nun ate.. room, tl per day -, double $J. J. F. DARHOW k CO., JanS —Iv Proprietor.. BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE _Tcb., PROPKIETORB. This magnificent artd jujuiiar Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs und a complete renovation, will be opoB •d this morning. Monday, Ut.li August, fur the aoeommo- JKtion of boarders and the travelling public. Tbe Bal lard Houhd is celebrated throughout the world as a first class Hotel, and theprincipal one ...

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 March 1866

THE NORFOLK _?OST svkbt __n___»(a__* r .___^_ ti j No. 18 Roanoke Pcjuark NORFOLK, V*. and wild to Dealer! anil Neva Boya at THKEK lOLLARS per HUNDHKI. ar M_t to auUi-rlbert l.y mail at v,,, rate 0 .... m TKN DOUAUS PER nth paynM. Innd-anc. Wngle copl«, ,t th.™„„t„ r , RVS Rodent, in the city of Norfolk TllSlll S ft*. ng the paper ktt regularly at,Mr house, or [___. _ b_.!„(_,, will be aer-ed by a carrier, by leaving , h e u_.„ nd ad_-esa at tbe coiiatlng-rooni of the publication aSoa. They will „iti o wilL __,____, ___j, r „ r __ araa. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THI NORFOLK POST ' For the Year 18S8. it* tn»BiEitt Anyt»nßiiiiKTß Paiabli ih Advahcc. iv Othus Monthly. Square (12 llnm aolid Nouparlel, or one inch) one inaertiou " || f_ Square " " " two insertions, 110 Square " tliruo insertions, IJJ 1 Square " • four insertions, 200 I Bqn.ro " " " " flvo insertions, a 51, 1 Square " •• " • .me week. 2in And one dollar aad fllty rents a week for each additional week. One nn.ntl 7 0,1 1 Baj...

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 March 1866

®„* gMf oft f <r. i. FRIT-AY, MARCH 2, 1566. All communications relating t" biisiuesa mailers ... uccte.l with this paper sb.iuld. bo addressed In K. M. Brown. Norfolk 7*-»t. All i-i.inniuiiicatl.iiis p. i -luiiiiiig In Editorial matters, and all rorreapondciice intruded lor Ihe paper should be addressed to John Clark, X lilor. Advertisers are request! il to hand ill llioir advertise ments before six o'clock in the evening, |H tvious to übllcation. Newsmen and newslstya desiring papers v ill pleaae have their orders at the counting iikiiii Ihe ov-ning pre vions bwfore six o'clock. Mayhew k Brothers. Bo.ilisell.rs and Stationers, are authorized agent, to sell the Norfolk t'o.t, and all orders oft with them wilt ha attended to the same aa it left at be ofllcu of publication. B. M. Petter.ill .1 Co., are authorized Advertising Age..ls for the *M in New York and Huston. THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND The sovereign of, (he British nation has at length emerged from the strict se clusion which sh...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 2 March 1866

me §0 tf olh |Mt lfsfiG. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ■ F [ RKS , 53 w _* , ? d w •»%•_. (*__. twelve o'clock, nflre broke out in a st-t ble situated on the south side of liu'le street, above Cumberland. The Union Hook and Ladderconiptmywas-uoiiijiUy on the pound, and at once H ct to work With their hookn to dear away tha ap proaches for the Fire Department. Tin- Aid was the flra. engine at the mm* of action, ami hail her atrean ebon Ihe flames before the other* arrived. For a time the lire gave every Indication of spreading to the surrounding dwellings, but Ihe matliul energy and co-operation of ourcfflcieiii Ore department prevented the flamea from reaching the adjacent buildings. On Wednesday evening, about six o'clock, the alarm of tin. was minded caused by an attempt, to set lire to the Blues' Gun Room on Talbot street. The tire was extinguished without much dam age to the building, by a few member* of the Aid Fire Company. In consequence of "the ponderous weight of the steam engine, it...

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 March 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. k TI»AM*.I C__H OTKI* • "A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carriage always iv readiness to carry paaseng er. to and from th. boats. -The bar and tal.ls always supplied with ths chelcesl WINES of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. • WESTCHESTER »OUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (On thi Ec»o_e__ Pun.) Accommodations roe Them Hukbebd Ouwn. This House Is centrally located, and near to all business points. City cars pass the Hotel to all ths Ferries, Rail road Depots end places uf amuecnient every three mm rooms $1 p»r dty; doable $1. J. P. HARROW k 00., Jen«— ly Proprietor.. BALLARD "HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE &"__(_., Proprietors. This magnificent aud. popular ll.del, after undergoing thorough repairs ami a complete renovation, will be open ed this morning. Monday, Ulli August, for the acconnno datiou of boarders ami the travelling public. Tha Bal lard House is celebrated throughout the world ac a Brsl clas. Hotel, and the...

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 March 1866

TIE NORFOLK POST Publisbid EVERY —II Hi|| |, |~| i,i No. 18 Roanoke Square NORFOLK, Va, and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or »*ut to subscribers by mail at tho rate .. _„ . j TE! « DOLLARS PER YEAR pay ,1.1. ,v Klvance. Single copies, at the counter FIVE CBNTS. ReddenU In the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth deelr •g Ihe paper left regularly at their house, or place, of business, will be .erred by a carrier, by leaving the nam. nd address at the counting-room of tbs ,übli, ntlon •nice. They will setllo with the carrier weekly for the •me. TERMS~OF ADVERTISINr, IN Tin: NORFOLK POST For the Tear 1866. AU TnAKHRKT Auvkrthkiii.ts Pavauli in Advance. Ail Otbiks Monthly. Square (12 lines solid Nonpariel, or one locb) on* insertion ■ ~ (lft jmrnt* " " • two iuseritotii, I m I Square ' three insertions, 1 -,!, 1 Square f„ ur insertions, 200 1 Square " " « ih,. insertlom, 225 1 Square » « one week, 260 And one dollar aid nrty cenls a week fur oacb additional week. O...

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 March 1866

®he fUtfoUt f tusi. Bi^URI^Y, | MARCH.S,IHtr« I __ to Ihisliim* malt-rs ..,., i,a, i.-,| witli tills i«i|_>r ah. mid.' I'« addreawd to K. M. ItriKVii, Nnrfolk JM All rmnniiiiiioatlons ******* '" Kdilnriul uliUais, and all oorr_.|Hiuilc-iic« ****** '" r Ihf iiuiK-r should 1..' addr,*si.t Ui John Ua.rU, MM*. JHiwHi*U ■■,■ I I '* '" l """' '" l^riai»«»»». ■limit* l.clius »lx u'clock. ill th* ivi-uilis, I>l ivions In nblicatlun. , N«wsni«n and uowsls.js tasMSg ***M »"l ***A liavi. their orders al tl.u .-iiiiiitiui; nk>iu ** ..v, iiiug |iru vioiis lisfi.rt* sis i,Vl,»'_. Maylir-w * Bn.tliors, BHMSM and Stationers, aro antliiiri/.nil aßi'ills Ui <*>ll SM Norlhlk MS, *ml sll w-di-rs •ft with 11....1 will Im. nil Mln Hit" Mi 1.,,, al if lift al l.« ofllce of pnlilii nil"". S. M. tYttarKill * ('.,., »r* iuitllori7.i<.l Advertising Admits for tin, ili.sl in New VurK an.l lliwlon. Hon. James Guthrie, of the United States Senate, has our thanks for a copy of the official Army ...

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