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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 20 March 1866

TUESDAY, MARCH _o. is«,i. LOCAL IHTEUJqJhcb. to take into consideration the a ftrar of i,f« Bla urei aud h ■«_- ii-t of action to test its constitutionality Various speakers addressed tbeanaetlnfl in opposition to the law, and upon motion, the foUowlng petition !v iU , uuaniniously accepted as the sentiment or the meeting. To the Honorable Court of Norfoik County: We, the citizens of Norfolk Ports mouth and Norfolk county, enjiac;,.,! U the oyster business, in the waters ol Virginia, assembled at No. 'A Campbell'. wharf, to express their views in rttfer enco to the public law Imposlni. an onerous tax on the oyster business, mom respectfully petition that no inspector be nppointetf immediately, nccordini? it, ' the terms of said tax law unlil the con stitutionality of said law is thoroughly established by competent authority. The following preamble and resolution was also passed by the meeting: Whereas, A bill has recently been passed by the General Assembly regu lating the oyster bu...

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. — 20 March 1866

HOTELS AND aJ 1_ 4JT T t.OJB O*■ L • A.. G. NEWTON, PROPRIETOR, NORFOLK, VA. Carriages always ln readiness to carry pasaeogen to aad from ths boats. The bar aud table alwaya -applied with the cholceet WINKS of ersry vartsty, mall and ap-itoou LIQUORS. ■ a i TI/-£tiTCH£-TEK HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERT, NEW YORK. (Oil TBB EUROFtAIE PLAB.) A_o_-ODATIO_ JOB THBBB HONBBBD GUB*TI* Thlß House Is centrally located, aad near to all bntlneaa poluU. City caxa prue th. Hotel to all th. F_ri_, Eall road Depots and placee of amuaenienl .v«y thre* -in ulee. Biugle room. |1 per d»y; double $2. J. P. DARROW A CO, JanS-ly _____________' Ballard" house, ._ I RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE _~~cb., PROPRiErro--. thi. rntgniflcont and- popular Uot*l, aftetjuiidergoing thorough repair* and a complet. r.novation, will aw epaa •d thi. morning, Monday, Hth August, for the aeeoninio dation of boarders and the travulling public. Th. Bal lard Home is celebrated throughout the world aa a nrsE elaes 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. — 22 March 1866

THE NORFOLK POST ~~ t^^_ZJS_^ rt HORFO'.rJ, V, ' l ' fi a- Id to D*aler. and News Boy. at w .''ot__.rih"b:^ st ' t cr lrcxl)KK, ' Bf.—»^2-^s_iT_; Rfsidenu In the city of Norfolk — -, „ 1+ l__.__L.__l_. re *" lar ' y •»•*•*«« " tmZ '■ h-l._-, will be mmt by a carrier, by leaving tb. nan, afflc. tr a V h<> c ™ Bt,l "s-™>» »f »_• publication B-C*. They wtll settle with the carrier wecarly f ur th. am*. • " TBRHS OF ADVERTISING IX THE j NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. AU Tha-biikt imnmmtßmm Pav.ble is Adtaki. AIL OtHtRS MOHTHIT. , :? !, °»'» riri '«<»< i '-»b).. Sqnar. " >> W** STjuare « « a „ „' w _ •■""■• ion., 1„u 1 Sauare " „ .. insertions, 175 1 Square ~ S 2"l j™"';i<«'«, 2 110 1 Square _ five '"'"'l'""., 124 Andone dollar and tlfty cent, a „ •rtS.'S *6° addftional week. One mouth , M 1 Squaro '> " „ 1, _1 """ '"" 1 Square " >• .. „ ° nl " nlll ». II 00 a _ss_f"»' ,nonthfor «*S-____. n " I Squares. 10 per cent,.discount from the above ratea for any per...

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. — 22 March 1866

* m gf*_._ _asi. THURSDAY, _A_*--T«- 'M**-| AU colninlmicatiiiiia relr.litift; t.i Imainoaa matters ..... __•-, witi. IM- msm »).«uiJ _ a»MNit*al t„ k, m. Biuvn, Norfolk /_'. All (•__»_•*____ *___._* to .if,■ rial in.tters, an<! all *_!_»*___> ir.t-.. l-l lor •' the paper .1.0u1.l mttttmmt l„ .le.hu Clark, - Mar. jSiwfttw t- * iitwV to--*) in ti.-ii-_v,,ii _,..!« fcafeM rfi- O-Ort iv tils' a-BOIBS, priktßt t„ - nUicatiou. , Newm... mi M*marjfa ___-| (.apera vlll HMM have tl..ir orJots at th* mi—llm frit—> Hie »*•> iiin.l'" ■ -;otia lutllß silt ..'cluck. Mivlii.w t Broths**, Boo_*-ta_ mul Slriß-i»r«, are _uth..ri.«l ngi'iiU to .-11 the Ni.rf.ilk /*>»(, ..fid .11 »r>l, r »ft with then, will Im iittiHtlcl to Ilia sain* til if l-l ; '' he office of puhlication. P. M. tmWBjB, 1 Co., «*<" ___S—a- Ailvnrtisins' Agents for tim -_f In New York nu.l Boston. ~jj~oTice. 'Jilt. NOI-O-K POST hHTAHMisHMKXT FOR SAU'.. The Norfolk Post newspaper establish ment, which includes th...

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. — 22 March 1866

THURSDAY,I,L\R(Th 21. mt LOCAL INTELLIGEKCE. "ATimk fo« All TiiiN OS ,"_- Irl L. remarks upon the de UU „ eiation of „ i( Opera by our clergy yesterday, we shoul.l have added perhaps, as som, j llstiikll for prayerful tnd sck-nn, lollgiouVol, WnrMOM. an.l as the season for l.e,ii, cs tablmhed l,y Uiecliurch.is claimed a, belonging lo the religious portion of th. community, baa, time for prayer and e„ piation-we would lUggMt that it is run the proper season for the Opera Th,' amusement seasons should m \ t * croach upon or disturb the forty ,| ft set apart by ecclessiastical rule forou, poses of repeniai„>e and purifical op" In Christian countries an.l cities, wb__ are also places where the people Ire moat devoted to music ami |he Ira ma lo In habitant* are very su-kt Iv t_bbg_.! vence of Lent, and durinj* that time all ! •• kinds of amusements languish. Indeed no devout Christian lady, who Momr* i to a denomination which strictly ob serves the Lenten period, would _oa 0 r > an...

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. — 22 March 1866

AND RESTAURANTS, j */T T _ A N T I C To TEL. A. G. NEWTON, PROPRIHTOB, NORFOLK, VA. Carnages always in re*_n«aa to carry pMHngsr. te and from the boats. The bar and table alwayß sappllad will, the eh.lee.l WINES of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. • , . VLTEHT-HESTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STIIKET AND BOWERY,. NEW YORK. (On tub _Mt__ l-l*.) ACCO-HODATIO.VS roil TIIUEE lit M,HIT, B_Mj Thi. House is centrally located, aad near to all business points. City cars pass tho Hotel to nil the Ferries, H-.il road Depot, and places of amusement every three mm ui_ Single, rooms $1 pet day; double At. J. F. HARROW A CO. J»n»—ly rroprlatora. I . TJALLARD HOUSE, X> RICHMOND, TA. M. D. MAINE A~CO., Propbibtob*. This mftgniflcent and ]>■•>.mar HotM, after undergoing thorough repairs and a complete renovation, will by op_a* ttd this morning, MoN<i,.y ,* 1 .th August, for tbt accomaio slatlon of boarders and the travelling public. The Bal lard House in celebrated throughout tha wo...

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. — 23 March 1866

THE NORFOLK POST ~~ Fub,,.h^ T in« 18 Roanoke Bq UARF NORFOLK, Ta., ' nd m Id to Dmlor, and New. Boy. __ «.Mtto™,l,«.H!_ rH i! UilS *- OLLAI « PBR HUNDRED ar s*ot lo subscrmsr. by mall „, the . ... . TI " N DOLLARS PER YBAR SEE *• 81n8l, cop,< -' - ■*•""*££ R-*M«,t. in th. city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, dsslr »g the paper left regularly at their houses or places ol bnsliioa,, will be a__ bT a wria< bj lMTtag th , „,„., ad address at the rouMlng-room of the publication offlcs. They will settle with the c«Tier_we__ly fur the am.. TERMS OF ADVERTISING" in THI -l NORFOLK POST p ] For the Tear 1866. All Tkarhiert Adveeti.ihukts Pataui ... Ahvance. All Others. Monihlf. S .uare (12 lines solid Nonpariel, or one inch), one insertion |i ri_ Square " " " two insertions] IN) fl-"™ ' three Insertions, 170 . I Bqusre " " " " -„,,,. Insertions, 200 1 Square " " " « «,. insertions, 226 T 1 Bqaare " « '• « one we ek, _, M J And one dollar and fifty cents a wee. for each additional week. One m...

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. — 23 March 1866

Bto |l9rtolß |»*t KKIDAV, MAIU'H 1866. Allc.i!timui.ir.atl-iM relating to businms matte,„ con Mi t-rtil with this paper shtuld U address*) to K. M. ilroAti. Norfolk /W. All coinuiunicatlous pcrtainim,' to .'iMiiinl matters, sad nil correspondence lDt«hil«*d f>» v.M pair**.! should headdress*---- to Joins Clark, Klitur. Advertisers are req-Hsttd to hand in their *dv_rtis'-* in nts If lore six o*clt_ck iv the evening, pi .*iuu. to uhlicatiou. KoM'smcii and news_K>)s .It-airing papers v .11 pleas' 1 have their orders at the cumUitiij-room the «▼• uing pre fit'iis before six o'clock. Muyhew rt Brothers, R-viksetlors nnd HtatHhorn, Iff authorize! ii-jenN to sell the Norfolk Pott, ami til uidim eft witli th-"i will be attended to the "-.tin.- hi if left at lit*- office ft j.iil'lh ._tj- .-I. P. M. Pstti-Tglll k Co., are authorized Advertising /gents for the /-ul in New York and Boston. No tTcbT TIIB NOBFOLK POST KSTAMLISHMKNT FOR 6ALK. The Norfolk Post newspaper establish ment, whic...

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. — 23 March 1866

m potent |^ s IOCAL IOTELLIOenceT^ srS^r_._JSS_? : . Th « 7Vmc South the foUowincr k r m ! , week *y PaP*". has : Ung tUe Brreßt ° f ner V of a t , 'hil Uf ". Calvin Pep pei,, of th s city, i. now in arrest at Fort Monroe, by order of Oeueral Miles. The rerwotis ot his arrent are as follows: About three weeks ago Mr. Pepper pro posed to tbe colored people to form land associations for the purpose of buyinl' land for homesteads, according toaclan which may be seen by reference to' an other column, and which has been un animously approved by the people at all the meetings which have been held to discuss the subject. Several meetings have been held in Hampton at which General Miles and other officers have been present antl participated in the dis cussion. General Miles did not approve the plan in its details but the people lo whom the matter was referred unani mously endorsed it, and would not ap prove a plan advocated by himself and others of emigration of colored people to Jlonda. At...

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. — 23 March 1866

BOTKJ A AM» j "A 1 I. AN Tl C H()T EL . ... G. NEWTON, PROPRIETOR, NORFOLK, VA. ('iirriii|.-i. H i:l»sys in readiness to carry passengers to and . from tin. boats. Tin. bur aud table always inpplied with the choicest WTR-_ .1 every .ariety, malt ami spirituous I.H.UOKS. \ IT E .-. TC HE ST ER HOUSE, coilNl'll BROOM! STitKl'T AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (On- tiii; I.i "toMA- PUB.) I,»■»■"_l'i'iim ion inn R-mun uhehtb.; TIliH 1i.,,,- Is., ..11-ili.v i, .1 111. .1, am! Ileal'to all business l„,i„i-. City iin paaa tha Hold l„ .11 lh„ Ferries, Bull ,-..,t,l 11,-j.ois nml plat-, a "f iiiiiiisi'iiien! every three mm uii-s. B_-f*a roou_ .1 par daft double $2. J. .. DARROW A CO., janl—ly Proprietors.' BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE __ CO., Proi-rietors. This B__f___cent nml |~.|.iil.ir Hotel, after ___n_r_o___ thorough repair, anal - "-imalala renovation, will lio npei. ■ i,il ini"iii..rniiii;, Mi.iiilny, 14th August, for the accoinino iliilii.n of luiuiilers and tbe trav.-ilniK l'liblic...

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. — 24 March 1866

L __ THE NORFOLK POST ~ P„b,khedEYF fi RYMOR N , KO(Bnnd . T , f No. 18 Roanoke Squake, ' NORFOLK, Ya n*. Id to Dwlen nnd New. Boys at • --.nc*crib"i.'L E „ir:.rr: t : KR,raNi, » p,-1. In advance. Single T V "* " CJWTB. ' tho rou,ltßr . WVJ: t_UsldciU In the city nf v.,_iMi_ ...-.paper left Z\* ~_,,,, will b. . ~ lr ■' ou " , •" or P'hcbi ol ______ .T"-* 8 mrri "' h * *a*H th. «___• o«L The" 1-2 ?***»** "' tf Pni-iicatlon ofte. They will settle with the carrier Maab for the _H\fl TERMS Of ADVERTISING IX TIIE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. AJ TlAit-i.!-. AnvßaiHEai".-- Pavabu i_ Abva-ici. AU OTHIKB MoXtHLT. Square 112 line, solid Nonparlel, or one Inch) one Insertion " ~ „„ Sniars « a " , V a 1 0" S?i-ro » ', « two insertluni, 1 f,. ' 1 tZrl •• „ three Insenio,,, ,76 ft__re « " f^ni'lnsertion., 200 ! Suare " * " „ fl "'-"'-tlii,,., 225 Aid one dollar ,„d fifty m*, a week nwm\ * * additional week. One mouth.... 7 00 1 ftuare " " " - . *»« n ">"t'i»'.' 12 00 i innare , hreo molltfc...

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. — 24 March 1866

fj_t fwfott. p»t. SATURDAY, MARCH 94, HM. A 11c„,.,n„„n.-,.1,0,.,i,1,.ingt0 husi..-« m.lle.s ~.,, mmmt a_a ti.i» mm *** * mmmmt m * a 1.,...,, Norfolk IM All communications pert,,,.,,,. - ,1,..„,il matters, *i *" .-Ill|lll SHI _______ _*" »..„ paper should !••' uddresM-d to John Clark, X lllor. Advertisers ar. request. ,1 It. hand in their .„lvetli-t --_,,„_ I.elnre six o'clock iv the cv.-i.in., pi JViuU- to üblicatioii. Hewsu.cn ami newsboys _a__rh__ M»1 »« \*** have their orders ill the counting loom the cv. ning |,m B.oii. beforo »ix o'clock. Mayhew A Brothers, H001.5.-ll.rß nnd Statfoners, an _________■_ sgeuts to sell tin, Norfolk Post, and »ll orders •ft with them will be attended t„ tho -..„.. a. If It-It at lie 0111. .ol publication. S. M. Pettergill A Co., nre authorized Advertising Agents for tlie Post in New York nud Btmtu-. JOTI 0 E r TUB NOBFOLK POST I-.STASBISIIM BNT FOR !____. The Norfolk Post newspaper establish ment, which includes the most.complete and profitable 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. — 24 March 1866

r ffo ft*.Bl_ fjft, ; SATURDAY," MARCH 24. TmT « ar-:. * ■ —— - ' local amaum I Another ATTACK on nn Liuerty c of the Press. We ask, in ,H sober- t ness, Is there no freedom for the P.e«n _ rig its of the mat pallaillmu of liberty, -the bulwark of tree goverunient,-td be invaded by every bullying whipper snapper that happens to see hisowu hide- i ous and deformed face mirrored in it* ' faithful columns? Will our authorities, —will our people—thus allow their tri- i bunes to be insulted and assaulted, and i their rightof freediseu_sion,aiidduty to I defend the people, to be infringed and impaired? We say no, no, a thousand i time., no! and repeat it again,—a stop i must be put to this, and the press must he protected ;— it must be held sacred a. the ''image of some marbled saint niched ( in cathedral aisle." We have to au- j nounce another diabolical attempt to I muuzlr. the press: Not content with 1 their efforts to revolutionize society, by t Overturning Hie foundations of the New ...

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 March 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. 7k TL A i T 1 U_H OTE L . A. G.-N-.\VTON-7PR(>i'RiK-'<)K, . NORFOLK, VA. Ciirr.oir, s nlwnya in r,____■ t" ***t passengers to and from til" bouts. Ika tat and labia alaaj. iin*ilh- a__ the choicest WINKS of every variety, malt ..let Kp,il itmina LIIJCOR. --e. \vr i BTCH 1. BT E R 11 OUS E , .OIIXKR BROOMS TTmmWt AND BOWERY, N E Vf V O It X . (On thk B-BOTBAB tIMI.) ACCOMMODATION- lOK TllHl.l _U**-"__- _•**_-_ Tha 11,, use _.■___]_. lo_a__._a_ iiinr ti, all business points, lily MM puss the 11,,1ei to ul] the Ferries, Rail roiol llelnil-nnd |.lv. ~-..1 ________• every three lull, iitos. t Single room- tl per tiny : double $2. J. F. IIARROW A CO, J*_B-ly Proprietors. BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, YA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Proprietors. This Mf-_a_ aid |s,p,i,„r Hotel, lifter nnttergoiiig thorough rej.uirs ami it cool* letereoovat-Ot. will bo open , i .liisini.riiin-, Monday, 14th August, for the a_.auant nation of boardar. aad the travelling public. Tim Hal - ...

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 March 1866

THE NORFOLK POST" no.ißroanokf6quarb, p " ».y.l._ U ntrrnm. 1t.,,. 2_ mLAM "■ ™« OBNTB. "*■«•• "PK at t_._o.nUr, nr, TERMS OFIdvERTISING "~ Norfolk post , Tor the Tear 1866. Al* *V—, mrmmmtttm p „ illt B| ' B,^fe*, . 4 . , ' oWw <»•■■.«••>.. • ._** » .. .;••",:"";-•, tl 00 Square » « _ „ t»° jMertion., lv 1 "_n.r. « - ~ , «,"*in»«tioi,l, 176 1 -.o_ra f ™ r UMrtioni, 100 1 *_a_r* « . ~ „ »'• 1-uertlon., |» , Swwaasg:: 1 Squar* •' - a „ _____ "onths, 1J oo Aad tv. s_.ii... . ._. _ - hrM ">onths, 17 00 ■oath. '** ** eh *mmmm\ ' B, '_.___-. l "" : * , --_ "-« , «»ln"o_i tb. ah,,. .._ '»tee for ear parte. __,__„, , Mr ""' • Squar**, 16 « .. ~ "***2 * » _" r ' „ 4 Bq«arei,_o "--,.„_ I Bq_nree, U • « «• a « _ UCeh_ma,_o ->->»..„_ }_ Column, to " *-_~, ~ I Column, 70 '« " «. „ „ ,\ WfColumaon.yier ,_. __ ftColumneaeyll. . . "5» rcoiu-aon. il-..:::::;:;;:;;:::';;;;:;;; *» « ____f_L t _ B -'_f"e i .Bl*re- Into, when"dertr»- with **a«*Ht. will t. ron.id.red n srr.Bgina tsrmi O T...

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 March 1866

thin air, and small blood vessels aro apt to start. Sleep is then disturbed beyond description, haunted by dreadful phan toms, and scarcely at all refreshing. It is still worse in plac.s like Rome where malaria prevails. Tlie miasm! then ap pears to feed upon the flame of life, di minishing its force imperceptibly, sap ping the energies of the frame, rendering tin- mind dull and spiritless, and de scending like a night mare on tlie soul in dreams iudesciiably loathsome and depressing. An Italian general, talking on this subject, used a very strong ex pression. A night, lie said, piwse 1 in the Poutiue .Marshes or in tlieMaremnia is hell. When a fugitive, previous to es caping into life long exile, lie had tried it often, aud it made so terrible an im pression on his memory, that it might almost bo said to have [taunted him like a Fury through life, towards tlie close of whicli it urged him to seek, by the fumes of ardent spirits, to subdue the enemy in his brain. It is equally true ...

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 March 1866

flu- portoU. I'flat •• . "~TPJasftj V, M AKFII 27. 18607" LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MEETING! Oh' THR N I An Au adjourned nieeti ,J if .7' 2™** -Sffsfr_ssrts_s?™ , __l which wfss.avsss? 1 , ' o,ion ' -!? ° ; w ''ence to instructions given the committee on funeral exi.eiis.7_i ast meeting of the NorwKSht ArtU leiy Blues 1 beg Univo to rep, n % tlat each member of said committee laser formed his duty faithfully, „,„ SMS ■ total amount collected _ef4so As directed by tbe 2d resoliitlon the family counectioiis of such „l" . ,7 ' V dead ns are in the city 1 ..... BoW t suited, and eoSSnt L &Vlriv SA J lV, ller ' A ' M - Walters W \ General Mahone has kindly tei.dere.l free transportation over the No f, kan weRfH W ,° "-^<"»<"i'tee well as roi the b.dies we purpose Va turnmglo this elty, »nd WlHS^aki an ellort to procure, likewise, tranZn. tatiou over the Richmond and Peter" burg, and Richmond, Fredericks-?. r _. and Potomac Railrotlds; he c. tl f amount collected, will be a.leutcite ~...

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 March 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. V TLAN TI C HO' TEL. A. G. NEWTON, Proprihtor, NORFOLK, VA. Carnage* »lway> In rcadiueM to Barry ptmnf ers te cad freta the boats. Th. liar and tabl. nl way* euppll*d with th. chßlrarf WINKS of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUOES. -HTE ST C H ESTE R HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (Oil TUB EI'BOCIAII ______ AeeoBMODATiom tor Tube. Huhobu Obbbts.; Thi. House is centrally located, .ad near to all bUßinesi paints. City cars pas. the Hotel to all lh. Ferries, Bail road Depot! and places of amusement every three tain nles. j Single rooms fl per day; double $2. J. V. DARROW A CO., JanTi— ly Proprietor.. ALL ARD - HOUSE, ~~ RICHMOND, TA. M. D. MAINE A CO., Proprietors. Tills magnificent and popular Hotel, after undergoing thnroiiyh repairs and a complete renovation, will ba open ed this morning. Monday, 14th August, for th* acconinio flatten ol boarder, and the travelling public. The Bat umi Mouse is celebrated tliroiiglinut tho world aa ...

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 March 1866

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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 March 1866

"The times are dreadful, doleful, l *"' mill, dolorous, and tlollarleas, *'*•■. death's head near, the cor lie r where lhe stamp was placed, under these woids. ** y*i __.rj..»:^Sl" short period, and was celebrated for no thiiig particularly. . ~ 'flic first daily paper printedl in tlie United States was the Pear* '«'« ' P.ic/.cf and afterwards changed to _Uui' / Srto,-, and known by some ot my older hearers as Poulson's Advertiser. 101766, the New Hampshire Gttz.rfe was commenced iv F»Hm*;"& Hampshire, and is publuihed at tills day-nearly 110 years old-and the oldest | on the globe. tit ftttott fZ ~~THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1866. All communications rcl.illni? to buslß-ss nutter, con nectad with this piper slm-ild b« *ddro**«d to B. M. Broira, Mil lift l*i«'- All conuni.iiici.tioa. pertaining to dltorl'-l mutters, and * correspondence Intended fnr __,- paper ihoul.l be addressed tv John Clark, Bdltcr. Advertisers sre requested to liand in their advertlso .n..„i. l*,_re six o'clock lv ...

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