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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 18 July 1867
THE UNION REPUBLICAN. &lt; VOLUME 1. THE UNION REPUBLICAN, PUBLISHED TBI-WEEKLY, By JNO. T. DUNBAR &amp; CO., At Xo. 19, Boanok# Square, NORFOLK, VA., And at No. 61 Sycamore Street, PETERSBURG, VA. BATES OF BUBBCBIPTIOS. One copy months....» - *9 » * •• one your *&gt; w INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. Ten copies one year to one address. 00 - Twenty “ “ “ - ” All subscriptions payable In advance. The REPUBLICAN will be furnished to suberlbors In Norfolk and Portsmouth at 50 oonta per month, payable to the carriers. News Dealer# and Carriers supplied at a liberal discount. Single copies Five Cents. _ Business Cards. •pOOA AND JOB PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED at the republican office, No. 12 ROA SOKE SQUARE. JUPITER WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WOOD, BOTH PINK AND OAK. Wood furnished at the lowest market rates. fer-tf J) 11. Whitehurst &amp; Co., Dealer ia Cotton, Dried Fruit, Peanuts, Pure, Paper Stock, Junk, &amp;e. vrjgs-u '' ' ~ ' S 101 so. 10: FR...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 18 July 1867
118259 HUNTINGTON LIBRARY THE union republic an. ...PSPOUt Jt PKIEBSBFWJ, VA,, JfcLV 18, 1867. .*?.•» XIJirLUAN'S DEATH— WHO’S RESPONSIBLE, We have in our possesßinn a Slate se&lt;et which we have never yet seen in i tint, in relation to Maximilian’s reign in Mexico, ami which will give some light OjOU the subject of who is responsible fo* Ms uufortnnate government an.d hisuunimdv dentil. We have been in posseswioji of this secret for upwards of six years, anti we have reason to believe that not Lucre than two dozen men in the United 'fates know of its existence. We give it =now without fear or fajror, and upon our own responsibility, knowing that no one now living can be charged with having imparted it to -us; and besides being under no obligation to beep it to ourselves, we know of.no good reason why we should keep it.from the people, Every one nearly will remember the y?islt of the Right Rev. Archbishop Hugh*s,.of New York, to France during the year 1861, on-a mission to ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 18 July 1867
THE UNION REPUBLICAN. vj., Jrxyis, i»76. ~ sa-All Business Coinraulcatlons should be jwidressed to - JNU. T. DUNBAR &lt;t CO.. Norfolk, «-Coplca of Tkb Norfolk Kepltblicas can be found at the Book and Stationery Stores of M. j. Fotarty &amp; Co., 34 Main street, and at Mayhsw * Brothers. 67 Main street, or at the Counting Room ol this office. Rales of Advertising; THE BRACE OCCUPIED BY TEN LINES NONPAREIL SOLID, CONSTITUTE A SQUARE. One square, one insertion, - - -$ 7S “ •• •• week, - - ‘ I &lt;0 ° " two weeks, - - - - 350 o H three weeks, - - - 368 “ ” one month, - • - 400 Two squares, one insertion, - - 1 35 m « w week, • • - 335 a * two weeks, - • - 400 " “ three weeks, - - - *25 « ** one month, - * - 600 Special contracts made where more space Is required. Business Cards of one square Inserted for $36 per year. Transient advertisements payable in advance. Contractors will bs confined to advertise their legitimate business. LOCAL MATTERS. f« the Union Repu...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union Republican — 18 July 1867
THE.UNION REPUBLICAN. Norfolk a peteiuiliiiuo, va., juli is, isoj. Slow slrange it wilibe. By Fi-oimxcjß FpiiCY, Mow Strange it will be, I'ovor—how strange when WfilWO Shall he what ail lovers become — You liiritl and faithless, I cold aud untrue. You thoughtless of me and I careless ofyou; pet munee grown rusty with nothing to do, .w.eb unraveled, and rent and worn through, And life's loom left empty— ah, hum ! Ah/rne I • How strange It will be* How strange it will be when the witchery goes Which makes mo seem lovely to-day ; When your t houghtof mn loses Its couLcur dc rose ; When every day serves some new fault to disclose ! And wonder you could for a moment suppose, When you find I've cold eves and an everv day nose, I was out of.the conmion-.place way ; Ah, me! How strange it will be I How strange It will be, love—how strange when W© meet —W'Th UiHdj- chill touch of the hand : When my poises no longer delightfully beat At the thought of your coming—at the sound of you r feet; h...