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4& % BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AT THE Office of The Norfolk Post, NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. - Thi Proprietors of tI.H KHinbllehnien. rt'sppctl'iilly announce to the Pflbli. at Nor. .Ik, Portsmouth Hird ii cinity, th*t they avo lolly propnr.it to .xecuto every At ncriptlon of JOB PRINTING known to tho _-_-—*, not only with NEATNESS an.l PriSPATCII, lint in h style unsurpasserl in the South for BEAUTY unil ELE GANCE. We have the most complete nnd varie.l assort- I ment of TYPE of ALL SIZES and DESCRIPTIONS— • PLAIN, yAH_T km MHAMSSTiIc, that was ever collected in Tirginiti, an\) our facililicw for do ing work of all kind*, and in all colorH and lorms, bom the largest and most varied Poster, to the sinalleat, most tiiNti'fnl and treaotiriil Visiting Card, are imoquailed.— Our workmen are mastern in their art, and for beant> of design and elogance of execution, without rival-— all that types, and ink, and skill and taste can ■accom plish, they can perform in a manner to givo complete eatisfaction to tho moat fa_tidiou_. We nay thin In no spirit of vain boastfulucsy, but assert it merely oh a sim ple fact that will be amply *«tal>li_hed by an oxaminution of the gpecimons they hrwo produced of their liandiwork, and which can be Been everywhere—as there are to be found scattered far and near, throughout the States _»* Virginia and North Carolina, abundant sample* of their incomparable workman*.hip bearing the impress of me chanical excellence and artistic beauty, Tho Office If perfect ■__& complete in nil ita appoint men to—with the latest improved Pressee lor printing Hand-hills and Card*, and with efficient and experienced printers, there is no woik in any line of the business that we cannot perform in a satisfactory style. The facilities afforded hy tho BEST AND LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY, will also enable us to fur nish work at a great reduction from former prices in Norfolk, rendering it unnecessary, oither on ac I'onnt of mechanical execution or price, for any to send tixeir orders away have them filled. •tf .ifiHittfl partis. Our specimens in this lino vio with tho finest Copper plate engravings, and are executed with groat neatness mi fine in. nn led and Bristol Card-board. @ur HtJAteg tyrtftf. No co'.iple can live happy or die in peace, blessed by the 'ore of children, unless they can bequeath to them, V gifts of remembrance, a fow of our beautifully ext cnted WEDDING CARDS, gotten Op la the latest style. OUR BUSINESS CARDS. No Merchant, business man or Mochanie should be without these—and wo tan furnish them in any quantity ■shape, size, stylo or color, on tho shortest notice and nt ait cheap rajes as they can bo procured in the United States. Every man that pretends to do business should bo well supplied with Card.. CARDS OF ALL KINDS. Under this bonding is included Cards at Tickets of ev ery description that can bo executed on Card-board, from a fino,large colori*d hand-bill, down to a bread ticket.— The small trades need these, and in every other place but Norfolk, no aker, or ice-dealer, or milkmen, or grocer, orhnckstor, would protend to do biidines*. without thorn. Posters and Dodgers. We print those of all sizes and in all colore of ink and paper, and next to advertising in the Post, the best way to raako known your business is through the POSTER. PEOGEAMMES **_ Maiu. Cnririirtii and Partios, are very neatly and Blanks of all Kinds, Billheads, Bills of Lading, . Insurance Policies, Legal Blanks, Blanks for Lawyers, Blanks for Notaries," Blanks for Justices, Blanks for Clerks of Court, Blanks for all manner of People, CHECKS For Banks or for Buninosia llousos ex.cnt.rl in Colors, and rqnal to tlie finest engraving.. Prices Current, Pamphlets, Circulars, In all Forms and Sizes. ■'" ' ' i Promissory Notes, ' In a Style that will never Ims protested. BILLS OF FAEE j Done in a manner so skillfnl and rare, that c'en epicures < will not complain of the fare. No Hotel or Restauraut should be without them, Thegie we furnish daily at ie- \ duced prices. , - i Manifests and Bills of Lading, i In this brunch of the buainoas our Printers excel—and l wo can furnish shippers or steamers .promptly. , | LABELS. ; Apothecaries, Druggists and others, who make uao of f these necessary articles, can be promptly supplied. I * I TICKETS. ! Oanrllilatos can have th.-ir tickets promptly and cor- ' r.ctly printod, and their election warranted if nerenwry. In fact, the POSTIOH OFFICE, it capable of executing anything and everything that can he called for in the Imsinoss, and will guarantee univernal ».ii .„, i ~,, on tho most liberal term* ; and wo respectfully r«|M_t a con- 1 tinuauco of the patronage heretofore wo generounly he- ' stowed upon our efforts l.y the people of this city and HUto. All orders should Iwr plainly written, especially proper name*, to prevent mistakes, and handed in nt tho Count ing room on the first Il<».r, or if tent l.y letter addressed to l K. M. BKOWN, Norfolk Post. ■ TKRMS: ' Cart on delivery or the work, except in ca*e» where or der* are from regular advertisers. In the latter cases hills ■ will be rendered monthly 'PHE HUBSCIUIuiuH WOULD BE JL SPKCTr. ULI.Y solicit a Share of the Public Patron. ajjCe at Iheir ■WW?.. WAVI HO SALOON, _Ye. 0 Union Street, Norfolk. N bvK-m r » tinular * n °" tion l* l '' l t0 "AIR CUTTING B WILLIAMS * JONES, _„_i<__.f ° of Mr - Cnok '". ln charge), MKlrt-tf Mason's Old ai«d. CJIX liEASONFIcoirBOYiNO O THK M.IUNT VKItNON CiHIK-SToVE , 1. It is the Heaviest Stove in market. _. .on run burn either Wood or Coal, 3. You ca i get Duplicate I'lhl.r if it 5i,,,,,!,! i, r( . kk 4. It is delivered and put up at your house free'of expense. 8. It is W»rranted, nnd can be returnod if it does not «. Toucan always And it at the Depot, Koanoke _. fV-n. J. R. QILLKTT. •*p_l—lm Depqt Sosuoke Sqiwr*. OFFICIAL. BUPPLII.B. QlartehmakterV Office, U. B.M. OL 1 »'ie/ii*../((/n, '."Or*/. October. Ifttt. j SEALKD PJ .OPOSAI.S «br aaefa clttsn KepamtHy will be rocwivcil Ht thin office untH 2 o'clock P. m., ofthe 29th day of November next, for furnishing to the Catted States Murine Corps, during the year 1806, tho following sup pUei. to ho delivered ut the OlhYt. of tho Assistant Quar termaster MHiiut'Corps, I'hihult'lphia, VcmiKylvtiuiiL, fipte nftLEJll— to thi-Uiiitnl States, in such qmuititiet* v. iuii.v from tiiiio to time be required : Class No. 1. 13,500 yard* of sky blue kersoy, all ]iair,*.4 inchen wide, to weigh _.'__ outicea to the yiirtl, (indigo wool-dyed.) .ViOil yard*, of dark blue keisry, nil wool, freo from Inur, 64 iniheM wide to weigh __ oM__l to the yard, (imligo wool-dy_nl.) 2,500 dark blue twilled cloth, all wool, free for uniform coatn, (indigo wool -dyed,) fil inch... vide, to 22 onnci'rt per yard. 150 yurda of scarlet cloth, all wool, (cochin..il ilyitl.) M iucher. wide, to weigh 10 ounces per yard. Class No. 2. fi.OOO yards of 01 dark blue tlmmel for oversacKH. all wool, (indigo wool-dyed,) M inches wide, to pajpft H ouium'S per yard. 1!.,000 vnrda offt-4 dark blue llannel for shirts, nil WOOi, (indigo wopl-dyed,) 2T Inches wide, te weigh ti ounces Iter varcb 1.300 gray blanKetf. all wool, lo weigh 4 pounds i-iu-li, to be 7 feet long and f> f«-et wide, ami tree from «. eiisi-. 7,500 pairs of woollen sock*, three lizoS, properly nuulo of goml Heece wo.pl, with doable and tvvNled yarn, to weigh .'1 pounds per dozen p_fcr_, free Irom grease. Cl;ss N0.:.. 7,000 yards w hitf lim-n, for pants, SO -inohes wide, to weigh ti oiuiCfS per yard . . . 10,000 yards white linen, for shirts, SO inches Wjde, to weigh 11 oiliict'S per yaiil ]7,_«H(yar.lis<'aiirou rlauncl, fm drawers, _, in. hen wide, to weigh*7 ounces per yard. S,O<W yards rotten ti' king, for bedsaeks. Class No. 4. 1,1(M) miiform caps, comphte, except pompons. 1,200 pompoiu, red WOttted, ball shape, and 5 inches in circiimference. 4,000 fatigue caps, wilh cov.t*s,to bemadeondue chdh. indigo \.ool-dyed. 1,400 stocks. Cms.. No. 5. 500 gross coat buttons, (eagle) 250 gross jacket buttons, (eagle) 7o gross vest buttuiiH, (eagle) 1,000 pairs yellow untal crescenls and scab* straps 75 sets epaulet bullion, for sergeant* and corporals 1,000 -eta epaulet bullion, for privates 50 red worst ud sashes 6,000 yards .yellow binding 2,000 yards red cord 60 swords, tor Mfigeants 40 swords, for mu-ieians 26 drums, I tenor,J complete 20 drum slings 200 batter drum headr. 60 snare drum■ heads 150 drum cords 50 sets of drum KiiftreH 26 boxwood "B" fifes .'0 pairs drum sticka Clash No. 6. 8,000 unity boots, (infantry pattern.) Class No 7. 500 cajtridgo boxes, with magazine*. I,HOO bayonet scabbards, with frogs attached COO percussion cap pooctiefl WW cartridge box belts 700 waist belts 'Jo waist plates 25 sword frogs Class No. H. 1,000 knapsacks :'■ io haversacks 200 canteens _00 musket slings Class No. 9. Vor inaKtng ami trimming tlit-tol!owing articles, viz : Watch coats. Uniform coats, for nergennfs, corporals, musicians, antl privates. fatigue coats, for sergeants, corporals, nuiHiciaiiH, ami priTates. Woollen pants, for*sergeants, corporals, musicians, and privates. Linen pant-., for .ergeunts, corporals, musicians, and privates. Flannel shirts I,no n ■ lm f -i Drawers Flannel sacks Bed aud blue jackets, for hoys Wwfa The above mentioned articles must conform in all res pects to the sealed standard patterns intbi' office of the Quartermaster, Murine Corps, Marine Ittu racks. Wash ington, lb ft} tiuarti-rmaster's Office, Marine Cvps, 220 .-i.ii fh Fourth street, Philadelphia, ami at tho Marine Stations, ihooklyn, New York, and BOftoß, Mas sachusetts, where they can be examined; and whenever the articles named nbote. or any portion of them, shall he considered ns not fully eoufnrmhtg to Ramples, they will be rejected, and the contractor will be bound to furnish othera of the reipiirod kind at once, oi the Quartermaster will till the deficiency at tho expense of the contractor. Payments will be made upon the accepted delivery of the whole ijuantity which may from time to time be or dered, withholding ten per cent, from the payment of ac count rendered under first order until the second Order is filled; and ten per rent from account rendered under so* cond order until third order is tilled, ami soon until con tract is completed. Kaeh proposal must bo accompanied by tho following Guaranty : FORM OF GUARANTY. The undersigned, , of ,in the Stale of , and , uf ,in tho State of —: .hereby guarantee that in case the foregoing I*l*l of lor sup plies as above described be accepted, he or they will, within ten days after the receipt of the contract at the post office named, execute ihe contract for the same, with good and Muftieient sureties and in case the said shall fail to enter in hr contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the difference between ihe offer of the said aud that which may be accepted. Witness. A. It., .iiiarantor. X, Wm ft D., Guarantor. l | y l iAi tlm above-named—-are To be signed by the United States District Judge United states District Attorney, or Collector. ' ; INo proposal*, will be considered unless accompanied by the above guaranty. Newspaper* authorized to publish tlie ahove will send tin. paper containing the first insertlou to this office for examination. Tlie bidder., place of business or nianufacturini. estab lishment must beesp.-mlly stated in tho proposal. l'roposiil..to be endorsed on the envelope ''Proposals for ■applies for the Mittae Corps fur 1966," and addressed to Major WILLIAM lb HLACK, oc2o-w4w Quartermaster U. _.. M. C. PROPOSALS FOR RATIONS. <iUARTttUM..HTI_R'H OFFICII, i Unijtd States Mahinr Corps, J .v.. SHIN..To?., thtober 17,1866. j lIUO Proposals will be received at this Office, until 2 o'clock, P. m., of tho __d day of November next, for furnishing Itn lions to the United States Marines at the following stations for tie* year lHliO, viz ; Portsmouth, New Ilampshire, Chnrle-towu, Massachusetts. ItnK.klyn, New York. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Washington City, I. hdrietof Columbia. Oosport, neiir Norfolk, Va. IMouri-i City, Illinois. * 1-lach ration to consist of tliree-fonrths Of ■ MM M pork or ba<*on, or one ami a fourth pound of Arsah or salt heef; eighteen ODDOM of bread or ibr.r, or twelve ounces of hard bread, or one and a fourth p >und of corn i.:eal; Hud at the rate to otio hum I red rations of right qua? ts ,-f beans ; or, in lieu thereof, ten pounds of rice; or, in Uoh thereof, twice per week, ono hundred a id lifty ounces of desieated potaiosft and ono hundred Qui tees* of mixed ve gfMUtt) ten poundH of coffee; or, in lira thereof, one and a half pound of tea; fifteen pounCs of sugar: four quarts of vinegar; one pound of spern candles, or one aud one-fourth pound of adamantine a wiles, or one and one-half pound of tallow; four pounds of soap, and two quarts of salt. The" rations are to be delivered upon .he order of tin' com manding officer of each station ; tie. fresh beef, either in hulk or by tho single ration, of good quality, with an equal portion of hind and fore quarters, necks and kid ney—tallow _..<*!i_il.-i|; the pork No. 1 prime mess pork ; tho flour extra superfine ; the eoffeo good Hio; tho sugar good New Orleans, Of its equivalent, and the beans, vine gar, candles, soap, salt, Ac, to be of good quality. All subject to Inspection. All bids must bo accompanied by tho following guar antee: The undersigned — , of , in the State o. —: , aud ' ,of ,in the State of , hereby gnarautee that in case the foregoing bid of for rations as above described be accepted, he or they will, within ten days of the receipt of the contract at the postoffice named,'execute the coutract for tho same, with pood hiiJ sufficient securities ; and in owe the said —■■ ■ shall fail to enter into contractus aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the di.ferci.ro between tho offer of the said — —and that which may bo accepted. A. B. ( -Unarantor. ,_.. O. D., Onarnntor. .. ltneas: I, F. , 18ft-. I hereby certify that tho above-named are Known tomeiH men of property, and able to make -good their guarantee. . * nZ? rt_i_?S ], y thft li,litod W-M* Ui-trid .ludge, United hutea District Attorney, or Collector. Nnpn.p.wai will hecouHidered aalM accompani-d by tho shore guarantee. * J Proposals to b.- endorsed "-fm, l(Wl i H f (( - lt_,tl_ti__i f, ( I860," and addressed to the omW^ li(l ' ""* t( ******** Maj ° r 3&%ssik «. AEORGE S A N Qg T E r | 25 Market .Square, _Yor/o_fc, Va. IMPORTER OF WINEB AND LIQUORS, JRANDIES, GINS, RUMB, TVinSKIES, Abb and F-HTTIt, .AGERIBKER.TOBACCO AND BEGAKS. BRANCH HOUHES: | HIGn STREET, PoaTBHOOTH, E SYCAMORE STREET, Pi.t«>s*o■,-_, .n _ MAIN STREET Richmond. BUSINESS HOTICES. WM. NICHOLS & C 0.," WHOLEBAI.E GROCERS M: ALIHS IN CROCKERY, BROOMS AND WOODEN WARE, 20 A.M. _2 EOANOSB 'HI I Hi:. Jn27-tf NORFOLK, VA. QHEBJtXM BROTHERS & CO., os. 16 and 18, ROAXOKK SO VA RE, WHOLESALE DEALERS GROO ER 1E 8 AND LIQUORS. J.. --if ___ T\ UDL BY BEAN & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, PRODUCE AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS. _fcj=* I.ibiTiil advances mud.-on all M. t. handize and Pro duce consigned. ■ 22-tf • O HERMAN BROTHERS & CO., Nob. 16 and 18, ROANOKE SQUARE, WHOLESALE DEALERS QROCERIESAND LIQUORS je2-'-tf TO II N MAYII ER , •J AORICULTURAL. IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE, CORNER OF PLOUGHMAN AND FRONT STREETS, IIAI.TIMOKE, Ml). MANTTPACTCmV, MACHINE SHOP ANT. . OCNH-7, CORNER OF PLOWMAN AND FRONT STRUTS. _ajt*!| ■ A/fARSTON & MEEK'S CLUB HOUSE, 46 BANK STREET. Whom nil patrons are l'urninhcd withovory delicacy the markets afford,cooked to order.to suit the must fastidious Ainu a choice solo, ttuu of ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Purticulur innl personal attention is fciven to the caterini; for this establishment liy tho proprietors. Jo 2_—tf MAItSTQN _ MEEK. -THAYLOR, ZEERLEDER & CO., «EN ER AlTc O MMISSION MER CHAN TS AND SHIP-BROKERS; TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, ON TOWN POINT, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. Ci>Nßio_M__Tß Solicited. 9&- We lire in-, pared to .tore and forwnril Merchandise of all descriptions. seplS—lf OH AW & ROBERTS, AUCTIONEERS AND OENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Corner Wide-Water and Boanoke Streets. Goods r-onsir. led sold to tiie beet advantage, aud liberal advances made. Particular attention given to tli" sale ot Real Estate, mid renting of Dwelling Houses. Other sides of l>ry Goods, Urueerie:s, &c, will he pro perly advertised. All goods consigned will bo Bold promptly and returns maile at once. J.v I—■ JAMES RflD'B STEAM CRACKER BAKERY, 45, Wost Main Street. Manufacturer nf all kiwis of BmstTrnW Ship Biscuits fjOaf P.read, Cakes and Crackers. I hnve just received new machinery and r nra prepared to furnish the public aniltnide wilh every* tyleofOruckers nnd warrant them to give satisfaction. Restaurants will llml it to their interest to give mo a cftll as lean furnish Iheni- with Pic- rile and Oyster Clinkers, at llaltimore prices, und alwayajtresh. A liberal discount allowed the merchants. I Norfolk, Va. Je_9—3m \\y A I It D & R O P E R SI Market Square, Norfolk, Va., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GKOGKIUKS, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS, ALES, CIGARS, 4.0. Greenough's Non-Explosive BURNINO FLUID _B sale jy2B G1 EO. T. GREGORY & 00. r No. 9 Wide-Water Street, ONE DOOlt FROM ROANOKE S.I'R, NORFOLK, VA., HEALERS IN STOVES AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS; lumiMH o* Tin. Sheet-Irou and Copper Ware, intf; X'trf/fmi- Guttering etnd Phimb- Mi/ls, Distilleries, Xtc~!', nu ->'s. executed ill the best manner at shortest notice. 4>.i_- Tim attention of country Merchants and other*, s respect!tally invited to our STOCK OF TIN WARE, Which wa are selling ut New York and Baltimore pricos. 86 8-1 111 U A VINOS BANKF 0~8 ,J F It E E D M E N . THE NA TIONA L FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMTA NT (Chartered by Congress, March, 18115), FOR THE DKNEFIT OF |U|H_N AND THEIR DESCENIIKNTS. Deposits received of Ono Dollar and upwards, nnd In terest oil..will on nil Minis of Five Diilhn . and upwards 'I'bf Principal Office of this Company is at .7 Cedar Street, New York city, mid their Hianili Offices are lo cated in the principal cilice of flu- South. OFFIUKKH AT NEW YORK: WM. A. MOTH, President, MAIILIIN T. IIKH ITT, I_. „ ~ , WALTER S. GRIFFITH,/ A '"•"-President*, Rir.J. W. ALVOKD, Corresponding l*cret__7, WALTER T. HATCH, Recording Secretary. Circulars, giving full information, sent free to any ad dress. THE NORKOLiT, VIUIHMA RRANCII IS LOCATED AT NO. t Ki.FEMASON STREET. Office Hours—l 6, A. M., to 12, M., on TUESDAY TIIUKS'.IAY ana SATURDAY. 11. C. PERCY', seplO—tf Acting Cashier for the Company. YU" H O L E S A L E BOOT AND SHOE HO USE. W. H. TURNER a CO., Would respectfully inform tho Merchants of North Caro linn, Tennessee and Virginia, and tho trade generally that they have just received from the Manufacturers bands TIIRKK THOUSAND PACKAGES BOOTS, SHOES, EROGANS, LADIES' SHOES, TRUNKS, SOLE LEATHER, CALF SKINS, HATS, SHOE FINDINGS, Jand every other article to be found in a FIRST CLASS JOBBING SHOE HOUSE. Our entice Stock has been purchased for cash, by two if tlie Partners in person whose long experience in the rade jo-tines ns in Maying that we can offer inducements o Merihaiils that raiiiiut be surpassed. We are now prepared to offer to the trade, at satisfac ory prices, one of the most ATTRACTIVE STOCKS EVER EXHIIIITED IN THIS MARKET. \ Our business will be confined, exclusively to WHOLESALE AND JOBBING. A mil fnim our old patrons and the trade generally, is , espectfully solicited, W. 11. TURNER A 00., No. 40IVest Side Market Square, »ep»-lm Norfolk, V». ' PU R E B I'ABKLIN o" SODA WATER, UKAWN FROM MATTHFAVH' HILVER FOUNTAINS WITH AIL TH§: CHOICE FRUIT STROPS. X SPARKLING HWEKT HOCK, A VEHY HKLIC-OUS IHfiVKRAGK, OAK BR FOUND AT I 1 W. K. LKVTTSr Dru X Store \ jo_i4 tf 4Mf!_iSt. under the Atlantic Hotel. I ___JBUBINESB NOTICES. T m7I_M_TH & TntOTHER, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, TOWN POINT, Nonrout, va. 3. MAItSDEN SMITH. WM. n. SMITH A. GORDON MILHADO & CO, grocers and commission merchants, In ki:a k of thk Custom House, NOEFOLK, VIBOINIA. Comtantly on Uaud a select as«m tmeut of family Groce -55 Je-B—tf T M. SMITH & BROTHER^ ** • COMMISSION mkbchants, Agents for the New York and Virginia Steamships "YAZOO" AND "CREOLE." OFFICE AT TIIKIR OLD WAREHOUSK.TOWN POINT »i- Liberal aiivan.es made on shipments to New ««■ au3l-tf ATLANTIC HOTEL. A. G. NEWTOnTp«o.-Rietor, NORFOLK, YA. Carriage* always in readiness to carry pi_wen|r,era to and from the boats. The bar and table always supplied with the choicest WINES of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. Jc2l VVTILLIAM"NICHOLS & CO., Wllui L' 11 1 AND KETAII. i:r M VS s IN GROCERIES. STOVES. CROCKRRY and tTI.ASSvYARI!, -ALSO ASSORTED WINES AND LIQUORS 17 East Main street, Opposite Market Square, Je2l Norfolk, Va T> HENNEBtfRRY _ CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCIIA NTS, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, No- 35 Commerce Street —Sep. li—sm*— Day Rook and Old Dominion copy. T> U R G E 8 S & CORE, WHOLESALE Grocers and Commission Merchants. Dealers In WINES, LIQUORS, SOAP, CIGARS, SUGARS, MO LASSES, COFFEE, FLOUR, BROOMS, BUCKKTS, CANDLKS, Ac. Consignments solicited. Select Family tins cries constant ly en hand corner Wide-Water and Otimiuerce Streets Norfolk. jy ._—lm BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Propiuetoks. This magnificent and popular Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs and a complete renovation, will be open ed this morning, Monday, 14th Atl.ust, for the accommo ihition of hoarders and the travelling public. The Ral hird House Is celebrated throughout tlie world as a tirst class Hotel, and the principal one in Richmond, and tlie present proprietors (latter themselves that they iiluill Ie able to make it still mine popular and de.iriible, as they have spared no pains in refitting and preparing it for the use of the public. |aug It—tf T O C X H A R T & S T I N E R, LADIES', GENT'S AND CHILDREN'S FURNISHING GOODS, HUMHBM*. TOII.HT' ARTi. LKS, _. . Extracts, Soapa. Colognes. Pomades, Lilly Whitos, &c, &c, &o. No. 1 AUin Stuket, Cor.Niitt of Rank, NORFOLK, VA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Agents for PIIALON A SON'S Celebrated Pellulne ry jsM TONIGHT & JOHNSON— WnOLESAI.R DEALERS IN TAPEII AND PAI'KR MANUFACTURERS' MATERIALS. A TTENTION! — A TTENTION!! 1 TTENTIONI I We are constantly purchasing, for Cash— OLD RLANK HOOKS, R. R. RECEIPTS, HILLS. LETTERS, and NEWSPAPERS, For which we pay the highest cash price. KNIGHT * JOHNSON, No. 21 South Charles street, augl2—tf Rnltimore. RO AN OKE HOUSE, ROANOK E SQUARE, Opposite Office of the "Norfolk Post," (Old Herald Building.) NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. THK BKST LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, &<'., Always on hand, ami served in the best style at the short est notice. AN ELEGANT SNACK will be furnished from 11 to 1 o'clock dnily, and MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. nugl6—tf JAMBS JONES,_Piaprietor._ W.VLKER & CO., IMPORTERS OF *v_S. ■ —* RUM, AND DEALERS IN KENTUCKY BOURBON & OLD RYE AVHISKEY, Agents tor the American Vintage Compauy's PURE CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES. WINE-BITTERS, nOCK, CLARET, CHAMPAGNE, Which aro nniversallv recommended by the most eminent physicians for MEDICINAL PURPOSES, All of which are offered at the vero ttNmttt market, rates tt WALKKK A CO., No. 6 Commercial Row, Norfolk, Va. je2l—tf TVTAYHEW & BROTHER'S, NEWSrAPKB, BOOK, STATIONERY AND PERIODICAL DEP OT, NO. t.7 HIBI HTIII.J.T, NORFOLK, VA. The lntest and best publications liy the most popular authors constantly on hand. Agents for the "ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL"—sent by mail throughout the De|.urliiiciit. STATION ERY lor tlie army unit navy. Orders promptly filled am! forwarded. CARTES DX VISITE of celebritie* constantly on hand. J_f" Particular attention paid to filling orders for the New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore Daily aud Week ly Papers and Magazines, Ac, Ac. Dealers in Photograph Albums, Diaries, Blank Rooks Perlumery, Fancy Articles, Drawing Paper, Cigars, Shoe Blacking, Ac Je •__—tl 170LGERrCARTVVUIGHT & CO., GENERAL Auction and Commission Merchants, IS"' . 22 Wide-Water Htkket, NORFOLK, VJUULVIA. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS AND QUICKS RETURNS GUARANTEED. We have AGENTS in New York, Philadelphia, Bo*ton and Baltimore, for the sale of REAL' ESTATE, and are prepared to make LIBERAL urrcngenients with partieg putting REAL ESTATE in our hands. YVe are also prepnred to have lands surveyed and plots made, Deeds drawn, Titles traced, Ac. Highest Market prices paid tor PROIUTCF', such as COTTON, CORN, FLAXSEED, TAR, KAtIS, Ac, Ac. Saleß of MERCHANDISE, REAL K.TATK, FURNI TURK, Ac, Ac, attended to promptly in City ami l.'oun Also Agents for the AMERICAN EMIORANT CO. FOLGKR, CAUTWISiIiIIT A- CO., sept—tf 2_ Wide Water street. T) H.ALLEN & CO., 189 & 191 Water Street, NEW YORK. AGRICULTURAL - IMPLEMEJs, TS, AND MACHINERY OF ALL KIN US, Stnall fonts far the »rr?n and Gantcn. MeA 01 Sbotfei Shnrelx, lines, .!„•/.>■. h'akci, Ac, ami for llrars Ilnnln, Sciith'K. ..-./Me Stones, ami Agricul tural Hardware in general. We offer, also, a lartre assortment ol our own manufac ture of liny CntterH. 1011... und drain Mills, . agar Mills for Grocers'use, Store Trucks of various patterns, Road Pcrapers, W'heellisrrews, Ac. Fertilizers of all kinds, such as Cue's Sapei-phespliateof Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian Guano and I'eiidrette. SEEDS. Every valuable American and Foreign variety of Y'ego table, Flower and Grass Seed and Field Grain llial ha* proved worthy nf cultivation, grown und iw loetc.l ei presßly for our trade Sales made in hulk, per pound or bushel, or in small packets, for retniling, by the hundred or thoiwaml. aug__—M-W ■ WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN Perfumery, Patent Medicines, &c. Order* with remittances promptly executed at lowest market prices. HAKUAL, RIJ3LEY & TOMPKINS, i No 141 Chambers and No- 1 Hudson Sis . NEW YORK. ' laki. llmini., formerly of Charleston, South Carolina. H. W. Ris_l_, formerly of Augusta, Georgia -ng-J-law—(S*t.)-ly FERTILIZERS. 1 > AUQH'H RA W IO N E PHOSPHATE. Tlie Cheap and valuable FERTILIZER, unequalled by PERUVIAN GUANd STIMULANT and CROP PRODUCER, aud WARRA N T E D •o boa strong and pcruuinetit benefit to the laud. Sold at manufacturers rates, $06 per toll of 2000 lbs. M. HOWELL, Hole Agent, India Wharf, aug7—tf near Draw Bridge. IS. HOYT'S AMMONIATEt) J. HONF. BUPER-PHOSPHATI. OE LIME, OP rll MOST AI'CHOV.D QUALITY. A SUBS'i ITUTB FOB PERUVIAN GUANO. OFFICE. NO. 194 WATER STREET, ADJOINING UNI TED STATES HOTEL, N E W YORK. My Super-iiliosobnte of bime in not an experiiiwiit Ten yearn trial of it upon till kind*, ol'Crops and Soil- has prnved Ita v,iliit' MSh yi>ur,and tlmt if in of uniform ijimli tv. Paeki-d in uurrul;* in good order, uniform weight,lioO p'ound-H earb. AV.MiKKR & Cll AMU.... LAIN, jy_s—'lm Agent. CiLASGOW FERtTIYzER J CO IPASY'B SOLUBI.F, PHOSPHATIG AND AMMONIATED GUANO. Rarrels, 250 lbs. each. GLASGOW FERTILIZER COMPANY'S IHPR O V I D SUPEK-PHOHI "HATE OF LIME] Address, (JRIKFINO, RROTHKR * CO., No, tiO Court laud, tdreet, New York. JBbln. 250 lb-., each.) jy24—3ra _ S. y.;2^c: SPEND YOUR CURRENCY FOR STRATTON'S V . A ST COM POU ND. SPEND YOUR CHANGE FOR STRATTON'S YEAST COMPOUND. STUDY YOUR CONVENIENCE ISY USING STRATTON'S YEAST COMPOUND. The best Yeast for llreail-making ever invented. mode from Hops, ami perfectly par*. Over Tivn lliindi ed Families in Norfolk now using it wild complete tBOOMB. Samples t.f Bread on exhibition. Packages, containing enough S. Y. 0. to raise fifty quartr. of Hour, sold at only tilleen cents. Li.juid Yen .t entirely superseded. This S. V.C. is in cakes, always rea.lv for use. The Agency is al the •' TIP TOP," Wine and Liqflor Store, MgU—tf Under the Atlantic Hole rpHE NEW YORK NEWS, ' DA IT. r, SEMI- WEEK „ I' A ND WEEK I. V. THE NEW YORK WIIEKLY&SEMI-\V I_EKLY NEWS OREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPKKBI lIKN.IAMIN WtH.D EMTon Asn Piioi.inr.Ton. Journals of Polities, Literjiture, Fashions, Market and Finnneial Reports, Interesting Miscellany, .'in.l News from ALL PARTS OF THI Willi 1,11. l/iiprnt'cnicntx Introduced. JmWBMU CIRCULATIONS DETERMINED ON. The Lnrgent, Btttand I7itetpe.it Papers) Ptibl'mliid in New _'0./*.'. NEW YORK WERKLY NEWS, PirHLl.llF.il Evmiv WcnNEsnAT. Single Copies Five Cents. One t'opv, one year t _ till Three Copra*, one year I 60 Five Copies, one year 8 To Ten Copies, one year 1" .10 And an Extra t'opv to any Club of Ten. Twenty Copies, one ynir 30 Oil The Weekly News is sent to Clergymen at fl (0. SKMI WEEKLY NEWS, P.nt.tPHF.ll KV-M TIIFSDAY ANII FIIIIUY, Single Copies, one vein' _ 4 IK) Three Copies, ono your 10 00 Five Copies, one year If. 00 Ten Copies, one j ear oil 110 And an F.xlrs Copy lo any Club of Ten. Ttv.niv Copies, one yeur bo 00 To Clrigyl ". 3 00 NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, To Mail Subscribers fit) per annum. Six months VWm Oollais. For Sale by all Newsdealers. Specimen Copies of Daily and Weekly News Sent Free Address BENJAMIN WI.IIII, Daily News Imilding, No. 19 City Hall S.pinro, sepl2—tf New York City. QPEC IA L NOTI CE . - k_> The uiid.-rsigned oiler to their friend;' and the publi* a large assortment of every article in their line of biisiiu.s, embracing— COTTONS—Pleached and Hrown LINEN— Sheeting, Irish, Pillow, -.gored TABLE DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS AND COVERS DOILIES AND TAiiLr. NAPKINS HUCKABACK, CRASH AND RUSSIAJTOWELINO TOWELS OF ALL KINDS WWA.. , R GINGHAM LAWN ORGANDIES JACONETS AND CAMBRIC CALICO CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES TWEED SATINETT JEANS FLANNELS OF AM. SORTS COTTONADE AND LINEN PANTS' STUFF SPOOL-COTTON. THREAD, SEWING SILK HOOKS AND EVES And, in lint, every article usually kept in Dili HOODS ESTABLISHMENT, AM) AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL. HELDNER & CO., Je_2-tf 11 Main Street E Q R G E S A N 6 S T E R , No. 25 Market Square, or folk, Va. SOLE ACiKNT FOR RUSS' ST. DOMINGO PR EPA RATIONS. RUSS' ST. DOMINGO HITTERS. RUSS' ST. DOMINGO WINE. RUSS' ST. DOMINGO PUNCH. RUSS' ARRACK PUNCH RUSS', BOURDON COCK-TAIL. RUSS' GIN COCK-TAIL. AlwnyH on hand and for snle in quantities of from 1 to 500 c_.ios, at a slight advance on New York prices. GEO. SANGSTER, je 21 '-. Market Square. p ARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. Wo have added to our buwineHfi, nnd have now in store ii tine tir*!.ortment of CARRIAGES, AND BUGGIES. of best Northern manufacture. E. M. DUNN .. CO., No. m% Main sttoet, Jyl2-If Norfolk, Va. ME It WIN &PBRG USO N, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WIMW-IM-t. Ahl» Ro.i.noki; S.ji?...kk, Will attend to the .-ale of Bjmi E-tate. M. M handize, *c. Liberal advnnces made on consignment. F. F. FERGUSON. 1 e22 - rf S. 0. MERWIN. QO PA ItTNERSH IP NOTICE Wo, the undi r Hi,.ncd. h,i V e int. red into a Copartnership •iiuler the Finn end style of W. H. TURNER & CO., roR tiib ptmriisc n. ro.n.cnso a WHOLESALE KOOT, SHOE, ' LEATHER and HAT BUSINESS, AND fIAVr TAR PR TH* II.'OX FRONT WAREHOUSE, rfo. 40, West Side Market Square, Norfolk, V*., tirmejly o. curded by Hermmi _ Co. W.H. TURNER, I formerly of llermiiu * C!o. THOS. BOTTIMOKS W. C. MARROW, Jr., nng_B—lm Jfemerly of Unman At,. 0 TFJrB URAK 0 ITX GEN CI KS. METROPOLITAN fIU INSURANCE t'OMPANY OP NEW YORK. HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CONNECT ASSOCIATED FUU-UAN'- INSURANCE ____ -.'OMPjiN* OF BALTIMORE. AND TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CONNECT INSURES AGAINST ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS. Capital $500,000. PAMPHLETS FUKNISHKIJ -BATIB WITH ANY F.aTH-K INPOBHATION KK.JI 1111.1 -. DUNCAN ROBERTSON, 3 Muiu Btriwt. Also, Burnuu uf tho Coußiiliite* of SPAIN, ITALY, UEIAiIUM, SWEHDEN, iiu.l NORWAY. General Agent N. Y. IIOAHD OF UNDERWRITERS, anil COMPAONIE CttMMERCIALE D* ASSURANCES MAItITIMES DU HAVRE. «ep4—lm In irk, l ifea¥d ma \yL n i_ INSURANCE. NO. 22 W. MAIN STREET, NORFOLK, VA. THOB CREAMER 4 SON., AGENTS, WITH FULL . OWERB. AGGREGATE CASH OAPIT .1. REPRESENTED, $6,000,000. Plienix Insnranee Coinpuiiy of Brooklyn. Marylitiul Firo Insurance Coiiipiiny ol I till ti more. Home liimiranLe Company of Nov York. Peiil.o.ly Fire Ilisiiruliro Coni[.iiny of Baltimore. Wiiihin. ton Lilt) Inniiriineo ('onipuny of New I*S_h " BOARD tIF KEFEREE3: Cliiiilea Rehl, Uilbert C. Walker, C. L. Colo, IV. W. Ijinili, Porter Sherman, Wm. T. Harrison, 11. G. Stewart, Richard Dickson, lleo. Sanpiter, A. 1.. Hill, E D. Slnilll, C. BurriiHH. Jo 21-11 BUILDING MATERIAL. \VTHITE PINE, YELLOW PINE, OAK, WALNUT anrl POPLAR LUMBER. LATHS, SHINGLES, PALINGS, FENCE POSTS," RAILS anil FENCING, SHIP PLANK, BOAT BUILDING, MATERIAL, OYSTER TONfl LUMBER, LIME, BRICKS, HAIR CEMENT, PLASTER, _*. A Inn, n tlno asHortment of DOORS, GLAZED and U.MILA7.ED SASH, BLINDS, *c. At the loweat market rates. M. HOWELL, minT—tf Imlia Wharf. i SARPEN TERS XN iT BUIL DERS Are respoctfnllv invited to examine THE'BEST ASBOHTBO STOCK BUILDING HA TERIAL in VIKOINIA At India Wlmrf, ueiu (he Draw Hritl,:e. rVDARTERLY REPORT OF THE U CONDITION OF ■THE KXCJUNOK NATIONAL HANK" OF NOItFOLK, STATE OK VIRGINIA, on tho -lornlDg of the tlrst Honda} of Ootobsr, IMS: (TlTHnlllt May 22i1, 1W4.) Dr. Notes and Bills Dis counted ._07._1 lit Current Expenses 4,1112 :il Premiums l.ufifi tut Remittances itndothcr Cash Items 40,2411 79 Due from National Bniilis 1r.7,0T8 oft Due from Other Bunks iiu.l Bankers 30,Rf1l 43 U. S. Bonds, depositml with 1.. S. Treasurer to secure Circulating Notes $103,001) 00 U. S. Bonds, deposited with U. S. Treasurer to secure U.S. Depo sit. .0,000 00 V. 8. Bomla, on hand . 60,1100 00 Oilier U. S. Securititm ' u_,«N4 S.i |V2.W,riN4 so teh on hand, In Cir culiitinir Notes of other National Bunks 44,390 00 Co ill on lm ii. 1. in Notes ..r . ,i. Rm»_. iivk mi $ 48,428 <X) Specie 6ft,192 00 baftl Tender N01ea.... 78,3ri0 0(1 I'ompoiiu Intero.t Notes 20,530 IXI $ «a,S9O 00 ( Osatt—Stast paid in... $100,000 00 Ciivulatio 89,715 00 Balance duo Deposi tors 671,8:18 02 U.S. Dep _ Ms_o '■■' Prolitand Loss 10,200 15 $906,194 40 $905,1(14 IU STATE OF VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF NORFOLK : 1, SIMUFI. P. MoonE, Assistant Cashier it "The Ex dutngs National Bank" of Norfolk, do solomuly sweur that tho ahovo statenioiit is true to the host of my know Icilro and belief. (SiH»«'o SAMUEL P. MOORE, Assistant Cashier. Sworn to and snhscriboJ hefore mo, this 2d day of October, 1866. (9_»t4) E. D. SMITH, oet.'l—lw Notary Public. IV IONTG6MER V & W IL BOX — ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL, THAT IN ADDITION TO THEIR LARGE STOCK OK* PRODIrCE IN STORE. THEY HAVE ARItIVALS WEEKLY OF THK BEST AND CHOICEST FRUI T B , SELECTED EXPRESSLY rROM the NEW YORK MARKETS, AND AVOULD SOLICIT ACA L L , BEING THE BEST AND CHEAPEST IN NORFOLK, octll—tf AT No. 7 KOANOKB SQUARE. /i EO R G E'"(_ AN6S TB R , No. 25 Market Square, Norfolk, Va., ■OLE AGENT FOR THE OLD SACHEM BIITERS AND WIOWAM TONICI) rtiß-S HVEB COMPL .INT, DYSPEPSIA, IIEADACHE,>c CALL AND TRY THE HITTERS. tW Liberal discount allowed to Grocers, Drngnista and all retail dealers, GEO. SANGSTER, 21- 26 Market Square Ci E O R G E S A N G S T ER No. 25 Market Sqnare, Norfolk, Va., SOLE AOENT FOR NORFOLK, portsmouth, eastern;shore, petersburg ana mOHMOND roR HUBBEL'S GOLDEN BTTTERS, THE FINEST IN THE WORLD I PURELY VEGETABLE. wn.L onm DISPEPSIA, INTERMITTENT FEVER, DEBILITY, and LOSS OF APPETITE _or>fth! by the quantity at ft elijjht advance on the manufacturer's rates. GEORGE SANGSTER j»a Ho._6M_rkotßq_.re. NATIONAL BANK. n[Vi_ E~ EXCHANGI-S " NATIONAL BANK of"norfoi.k, president: GILBERT C. WALKER. pashikk: JNO. JAY KNOX. I DIRECTORS. EDWARD M. BROWN CINCINATUS W. NEWTON. ■ MARSHALL PARKS. GEORGE SANGSTER. ,IN«. B. WHITEHEAD WILLIAM NICHOLS. I GILBERT C.WALKER. ' GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY AND FTNANCIA L AGENT OF THE • UNITED STATES. Exchange. Bank Building, Meiin Street. AGENT FOR 7-30 LOAN. A constant supply of Notes will be kept on hand. This Rank will buy nnd sell all classes of GOVERN MKNT SECURITIES nt current market rates. FURNISH EXCHANGE and make collections on ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES Pnnhnse Government Vonrhers on the MOST FAVOR ABLE TERMS, and giro Careful ami Piiomvt Att-mtionto ACCOUNTS OF BUSINESS MEN AND FIRMS, and to any other business entrusted to the Rank, i FULL INFORMATION in regard to GOVERNMENT LOANS at all times cheerfully furnished. TREASURY DEPART. .»NT, ) Office or Com. thoi.i.er of flniit_xrY, > WisutNoToN, May l.ltli. IHtift. J Whereas, by iiatisractory evidence prese it id to the un dersigned, it has been made to appear lt.it the *_X CHANGE NATIONAL lIANK OK NORW-1.K," in the City of Norfolk, in Hie County of Norfolli, .nd State o Virginia, has been duly organi'/ed under nui .e'contliig to requirements of the Act of Congress entitle 'All Actio provide a National Currency, secured by npl.tfgeof United Slates bonds, and In provide for the circuUCon and re demption thereof," npproied June ad, 1N64, *ml haa com plied witil all the provisions of said Act to he complied * wilh before commencing the busincrs oi Blinking under said Act: ■ Now. therefore, I, FnrEMAN Cl«n« Comptroller of the Currency, do her. by certify that "THE EXCHANGE N moNAL BANK OF NORFOLK." in the Cily of Nor folk, in Ihe Counly of Norfolk, nnd State of Virginia, is Hilthorized to commence Ihe business of Ranking under , the Act aforesaid. ■ —' —_ In testimony whereof, witness my hand and . I \ '■• !■ [seal of offlce this Ihirteellth day of May ' ' —' —' 1865. FREEMAN CLARKE, Comptroller of the Currency. TREASURY OF THE UNITED STATES,] Division or the National Rinks, > Washington, JuneO, ISM. I It is hereby rirtilled that THE EXCHANGE NATION ALI'AMi OF NOKFOLK, Virginia, a Banking A'socia ti..n oraani7.ed under the Act "To provide a Nation*! Cltr . rem;, se< ui'e.l by a pb dee ol United States Hondo, and to provide lor the circulation nnd redemption thereof," ap proved June ::, IN. I, having ei'tuplied with the require ment.i of section 46 of said Act, nnd with the regulation of tlii.i lli'|iarlni,.nt made in pursuance thereof, has thi* day 1 v designated as a Depository of Putdic Money*, ex cept receipts Iroui Customs, ami by virtueuraudi designa tion will also be employed as a Financial Agent of the GoTcrimieiil. I*. K. SPINNER, J* 21-tf Treasurer U. S. I JN ITE.D STATES 7-30 LOAN. By anthorily of the Secretary of Treasury, the under signed has assumed Ihe General Subscription Agenry for tile sale ol United States Treusury Notes, bearing seven and IlireiwtentlH per cent, interest, per annum, known SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN. ) Tin .'ti N..1.-H mr IWfii d niiilor tilth' lMli, IRO4, } and art' pnyiiMc three your* from (hut lime, in furreiii.y, or mi' eniiverld-.e »1 tlie option of thf nhlor Into - UNITKIt kTATM MO SIX VV.R CRNT. (tOLD-BEA... • INU HONOH. ' ftUhM ImriilHiiri 1 now .vtuthM iti-ei'ihimof itino por con t ■ cold ioti'i*i'!.t from Nuveinher, whuii noitiOH tho J fcCtoa. pnffll on tho 7-.'JO hum, at em-rent rati'. 1 ,, inrlnding In.enwt, al-oiit ten jut cent, par aiinuin, hesfdo* its exemp tion,from Stab- and municipal _.m..tVm, which wUt/hm on in three per c ...f. WW, MOUHEIAg to the rate |MWI on 1 other properly. Tin' lAtareat is pmUf twrn-wmmiriHy hy coupuim ill tut died to eueh noto, which maj' bo cut oil and Hol'l tn any hank. Of Imnlu'i*. Th*> lutrrot. t Humiii.l-1 to f One cent Hi Hay nn a f-.fl note TwoconU" " " $100 " Ton ** " " ■ fMO " 20 " " " " *H»00 " fl " " » $..000 « Notes of all tlii. uVtinnili-.itiniii. named tv _11 l><. promptly nrniilo-ti upnn receipt of .iiihscriplion... This in THB ONLY LOAN IN MARKET now offered by the (lovoniiiieitt, and it in i-onllih .itly ex pelled that il i. miperior ftdvaiit;iß.'(. ..ill make it the UKKAT PQFULAB LOAN OP THE PEOPLE. r<e. ■. than 1100,000.000 remain nir.ohl, wlihli will proha hly he disponed of within the next ,*ixty or ninety dayn, when the imit-H will nmh.ilded.ly cniinund a premium, »ft hiM nnj|o.-tiily been tho com on cloi.ing tho (.ulmcriptioua tn oilier LoiHiilj In onkr thut ottiMHU of every town and scrtinn nf tho country icn.v l»* ailnrdi'd t.nililitH for taking Hip loan, the National fl_mfrn_Ptntn l.ank.s,an<l I'livnteßunkej-H thinnnhj nut the connhy htiro (fenerally agreed to Mee4rt ti<.H-< nl par. Bttb#cri_*era will mtcl their own initi, in vbon tltey have enntiilente, and who only are to he rs hpniiriitde fat (he delivery nf the notes lor which they ro cmeu-dei... JAY OOOK-B, Ktweriptlof. Agent) iMiilaileiphi.-.. 3nh-t 'i.ptioiiH will Imi leieived hy tho Kxcliungo Nation al Itank oi ■Norfolk. Virginia. FACTS ABOUT THK V-SO's—THK VANTArUiiSTI I KY OFFBR. Tiieir AmoUTI Hwuritv.—Nearly all Mttta oroditfl aro UoW I»;i3)'d niiUoveiiiiioill MCUlil ie -, r.T h I hanks hold then. tin the very beat and ttroftK"!* InvPitment they can make if it were possible to ronli>iii|ihili' the lltianeial tailurt. of tho (lovei'dtnent, no hank would lie any Miter. If money Ih loaned on individual note-; or bond and mortpige, it will be |iay.ihle in the MSM em i "imy iif the (luvernmcnt payH with, nnd no better. The iMiwrnment uever haa tailed to meet its < ligafjeiiieniH, and the national debt is a On. inoit>iM_;e upon ihe whole property of t'uo ctnmlry While other fltockl flnetuate from ten tn fifty, or even a Minder per fent., (lovernnienl rdoekH are alwayH OMMR tively linn. Their value i.. lived and reliable, beyond all othei* Kcuritlw; for while a tluniHaiid Hpeoulative bubble. burtst, w* a rule they are never below par, and are often a.mve. iTH I.UiKiML le.TKRF.ST— The f/infral rnto of interest in nix pw <i'iit„ pnyable niimially. Thin in __B__p and thier feulliM, payal'le Htt/i CWUMalfjf. If JOB lend on mortgage, thor** must N a ■MIMJIIIiB of titlen, lawyer_'fees, Hbuup dulies and del.ty«, nnd you v. ill finally have lettirnedto you only the name kind of money you would receive from the (Inveriiiiient.nnd lefn nf it. If you invest in tUis loan, yon have im trouble. Any bank or hanker will obtain it for you w ilhout chargo. T" •-i*li nob- OC boml are affixed tlvi , '"eon|Mms" or inti-rrvt ticket?, due at the expiration of each Ii Hi in—lf ■ half-year. The ln»lder of a note ha* simpt ly bunt oil one til tBeM eiMipoiis, present il to (he nearest bank or (iovernnient AguUoy, and receive his interest; tho note itself neM not b# presented at all. Or it coupon thni. naj'iible will everywbeie be e*piivah-ut t when due, to mo ney. If yon wiili to barrow ninety cents on the dollar up.iii Ihe ut'tes, yon have the bighorn senility in Urn mar kct In do il with. H you wish to sell, it will bring within a fraction of eo*t MM. interet-l at any moment. It will (■_ very bandy to ha.em the h.-iwe. li- B OoMTUtT-Bil info a mx percent. bond- At tin- •xpiratton of throe year.* a holder ol the noted of the 1-80 U»n has the nptfoM of aoceptisg payment in lull oroffundii.j.hi.H noiew in a six per cent. *.ohl-.iitcrc.t bond the principal pnyidde in not \am than five, nor more than twenty years from itu dute, n Ihe tJnveriinienl may . lect Tic.c bonis tfo hi:M at snob a premium M to make thia ■rlvUege now worth two or three percent, per unuum.and ad-Nso miii'h b> the Hotee of tin same class, in f.ued three yeuiH Rgd, an now sellin>; at a rate that, fully BffOVOI tin.' eoneetne-H of this eUtcmeut. Its KxLMi-TinN rmiM State oh Mumupal Taxatjok,— Hut-W-le from all the odvautugee we have o mini orated, a speei;tl At of Tenure's exempts oil hmula and Trenrury figtft frvm /••"/ toMMMk *'n tin' MIHO, this exempt,..n is w.Tih alMiut twn per cent, per annum, according to the ratcot tax.ti.Mi in various part- of the country. I_r i. A National Savinijh M\vk.—While this loan pre •Bii*s(. at,ul%; ' r, *'" tJW ' * to ta>'»- r ''eapllalii-iH, il offers spoehl i nihil eiiieitt.s to th.ise who wish to mnke a safe and profita ble investment of ■mall savings. It is every way the beat Savings' Hank: for every iifiitulein nf this kind must *.mehow invi-t its deposits prolilidily in order to pay in* tere*tuud expenHeH. They will invest largely in tliia loan, ac the beet iuv.-lnent. Put fnon the (rmps intereat whbh (lev row iv-*, thfij nmst dcluet ISTfely for the expenses of the Bank Their usual rate of inten .4. allowed to tors Ii !> per cent, upon sums over #, r .<K). Tho person who invests direttly Willi Government will receive almtiet H nercent more.' Thus the man who deposita $1000 in a brivtte Savnma' |t;mk receives _Q dollavn a year interests if he depositH the same sum in this National Bnvi'ufij' l-.nk receives '.'il dolbns. t--T tpooo wb.. wish to tind a safe, ennvenb nt. anil pr<«lilalde means of theirssrplus i ii tun: s which they have r.-s. i veil tor their old Mor for Ihe benefit of their children, there m nothing which pre *ut« M many -(.vantages as tbis National Loan.