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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 May 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. noiiry Marline liv Southern Associated rress. Vtw Your. Mar 13.?Vouey on call eisy at lall per ceut . closing at 1 pec (out. Meiling exchsuRe is eaai< i .with actual busi? ness in bankers' billB at 4 0;alS7 for sixty Vnys and 4a7Ja'8< lor demand. Potted Vales. 487la488l. t'omm rcial bills,485ial8?j. Goviruti out bouJs, lirm. : tdk stuck MAUKKT- ?Ct/WIXC bids. Unierican Cotton Oil. 28: Aniprican Cot? ton Oil. ire', 0: American fugir lleflu tr is, 1171; Ai erican i gar i:oti..eriei<.prur. J'k: Amor can Tobacco. lt)?Jt Aiuoricau To? bacco, pref. 112; Atuhison, Toneka an I fulitit It. 7]: Baltimore and Obio, U21; Cau? se? Pacific. 51; Chesapeake an I Ohio. 221; < hioago unit Alton, 15;>; Chicago, iiutling ton auilQuiucy. 7?; Chicago Qua Trues. 74is 1 I'elaware mill Lake it wanna. 162: l>Util- j tern and Cattle Featiera. 'JO I'rio. 13 : F.rie. tref.. 27*,: General Khioiric. 33|: 111 nois Con- | trul, ?4:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 May 1895

Ha Unbossoms Himself on Matters of Current Interest. Tells Townsend that Morton is Petti? coat Ridden; That Harrison Broke His Word; That New York's Police Accepted Tips; Park hu-st Wants Notoriety. Thsnins C. Platt is one of tho half dozen best known men in the United J3tatos. yet perhaps but half understood. On one of the days off in this week I in? truded upon his rest at the Fifth Ave? nue hotel, where he occupies one of tho south rooms on n floor high enough to (receive the sun in its afternoon glow, r His tall, long limbs und long trunk end Americanized English Puritan fea? tures with beard would become military es well as civil clothing. The snatches of conversation which follow have been weeded of inoidontal isms: "Yes, we have a state election next (fall. Although the Republican party eohievod a great victory, it may not Barry the state in this subelcction. If Strong wore to run for mayor this fall, be would have a big defeat. Strong I knew Tcry littlo about. Ho was the pre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 May 1895

VOL. L?NO. 5. _NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, MAY 2,\ 1895 ~ ^IcF^C^^ "1 Will Pull His Nose," Said Cham? pion James Corbett. The Proposed Match Takes a New Turn. Joe Vendig Wants to Know What He Must Do. Fitzsim mons' Money is Not Up. The Champion Angry. By Southern Associated Pross. New Yohk, ftliiy '24.?Tbo Oorbett Fitzsimmons match took u new turn In-day. Joe Vendig, the representa? tive of the Florida Atblotiu Club, askud tioth principals to meet him iu nu up? town resort at "2 o'clock this afteruoou. Corbett wao on baud at the time ineu tioned. He waited lorty fivo minutes, ?jut neither Fitzsimtuons nor his repre aentativo put in appearauco. Vendig'? object in culling tho men together was to explain tho position of tbo olub. lie alleged that tho articles of agreement did not specify wbero the fight should take place. He had put op money that he could bring the fight ?0? and ho intended to name the pluoe according to articles ou July 1. Fit'/BitnmoUB wanted to claim a for? feit from th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 May 1895

Presented LastrNight at the Acad of Music. Beautiful Songs Well Sung. Ful Round Chorus, Carefully Drillled. Not a Hitch from Start to Finish. The Audience Highly Appreciative. Tbe sacred opera "Bershazzar" was , giveu at the Academy of Musio lent mght before o fairly Rood but highly appreciative audieuce. A number of the best amateur vocalists have been very carefully drilled by Prof. Fitz. These were supported by a superb chorus, and as a result of careful direu tion and study a fluisuod performance was presented. Mrs. J. li, Uunter, uf Brambletou, made a most acceptable Antonia, Queen of Belsha/zar. tier voioe was strong, clear aud true. Mrs. Li. P. Huberts, thu Queen Recent Nitocris. rendered ber ditUcnlt part with artistic finish. Her voice was iu good form aud her luterprotutiou pleasing. Mr. W. D. Crowell, as Belshazzar; Mr. W. H. Nicbolsou, sb Zerubbabel; Mr. Lloyd Blick, aa Oyrut King ol Pearsia; Mr. B. L, Guy, us Daniel, eauoy their parts well. The audience had been rather ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 May 1895

WANTBUa "IL* anted?Reliable mail to work farm onahsrra, it caly ton mil ? Irjin city; married utsn p e fe red. Further Information at 15.t Main it reel, Korfolk, V?. luiUS-lf IVANTI.D-I"our co'ored agent-. Apply at it oucc. A. O. ItHODES a CO., 2*6 < hurcb gtro t. niy84-2t? "iit'ANTED--Liic men In tbi* and adjacent town* 1? bb I coiiiiitas lo take orders by sample. l??e fkil anil rabdde patented article. Good terms aud |m I iv\( lorr.tory. Rnum 6,i'8 Main stroat. inyiif-iu EN AM? ItnV8 wauled at the NOHIOI.K FRUIT PACKAGE WOHKS. my ..-:?? WANTED A good all arouod in II man: mutt be a<,,iiainict wllh inaebinery. Ito.V 21, Hew. ort Newa, V'a. my.M-.tt? AN flip- HOUSES AM> ( 0\YS To FA SIT UK. Terras, reasonable. Apply to a R. i AVK, mylSt-Ct? Berkley, Va. ?\\r.\NTKP?MKS UTIo Will. WORK FOR >i t79.U0 ni.'utli salary or largo connubslon, selling good-, by sjn.pl.. to dealers: hh rlcucs im necessary, write us; wo win explain; for sealed Sarilcu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 May 1895

rsTAni-isncu 1866. PUBLISHED EYEUY MOUSING EXCBIT MONDAY. YIBQINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMilEKCK BTKBBTA, M. GEENNAN, 6wxr.it. THE OIUCCLATIONOF TDK VIKGINIAN is EAHUE1.Y IN EXCESS of uu. other taper published iu Eaa: ru Virnltttu. Its otroulavlon m Norfolk hiuI I'urtsuioulti is ?realer tltau that of huv paper published or viroiueted iu the two c ttew. .t is delivered iu the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and hup .rt tor It) cents a week. > ail anbtiriptieus. p<i-.i.iko paid. Five Dollar? per yenr: 1 hrce 1'idlars tor .-ix months. Ono Hollar ami Fifty Cents for three mouths; and 1 iity Oents tor ono | UHlUt . - Advertisement* iuborto.l at the rato or < > Cemb a Sli a aFiusr i.n-i.niiu.n; each subse? quent insertion !?7J Cen'Tw, or f>' Cnvri vmiin KWMTKn RVT.ttV ' nun lay. I'onttiie tors sre not allowed to exceed their spa e or ad.ertiao oihcr than their leRi'iniste buMiu p\ exempt t?y paying especially tor the xnute. Tni. Wr.K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS OUR eilig DEAD Memorial Exercises in Honor of Those Who Wore the Gr.y. A Magnificent Oration. The Out? pouring; of the People the Best Evidence That the Confederate Soldier Has a Warm Place in Their Hearts. Yesterday was Coufeiterato Memorial Day iu this city. At the opouing of tin' duy tho clouds were heavy aud it looked as though we were to have a (epetitiou of tho past few duys iu raio, but as tho day advanced old Sol came out, and tho day was all that oould bo desirod, Mothers, daughters aud sous wouded their way to tho uity of tba dead, aud there plauted tlowers upou the graves of those who had passed over the river to that laud from w hence no traveler over returns. The Ladies Memorial Association went out to Cedar Orovo Cemetery and deposited tlowers cii the grave of every one w here u Hag could ho seen. Notwithstanding the cold and rainy epell the display ot llowcra iu tho oeiue terio-i wan greater thau has over been ?ecu before. Not only were the gruves of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 May 1895

STEPHEN QHEJ IEO Author of "The Black Riders" on Street Porters and Venders. The Patient, Pathetic Burro. A City Where Many Things are Passing Strange, But Where You Can, Alter All, Get a Manhattan Cocktail. ICOrTRiGHT. tSK> 1 Two Americans were standing on a stroot corner in the City of Mexico not long ago, gazing thoughtfully ot the pointings on the exterior wall of a pulQuo shop?atout maidens in scant vestments lovingly confronting u brim Irsing floss, kings out of all proportion, draining goblots to more atout maidens -^?thewholo a wild mnfis of red, preen, bluA, yollow, purple, like a concert hall I curtain in a mining town. . Far wp the street six men in white | cotton shirts and short trousers became i Visible. They were beet forward, and npon tholr shoulders there was some ! Icind of an enormous black thing. Thoy moved at a shambling trot. The two Americana lo/.Hy wondered : about the onormous blnck thing, but the distance defoated them. The six in union ol two sy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 May 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. money Market > Bv Southern Associated Press, ritw Yoiik. Muv 24.?Money on cnll oisy et lall per cent., closing at 11 l'?f cent. S/teiling exchange is sternly.with actual busi? ness in bankers' bills at 48U-M87} for sixty c'iivs and 4S7jn.!8J} for demand. Posted sates, 487iu48H>. Commercial bills, -IStiJ, ticY.Tunont bonds, firm. rna stock mauki.t?ti-osino mos. In,erlern Cotton Oil. 28; American Cot? ton Oil. i rat, 751: American Sugar Refiu ?r te. US}; An eriean sugar liotiiiories.prof. ?j1; AuioricAn Tobacco, mj; American To bacco, prof. 114: Atchltoo, Topeka ?u I I mit? I f. TJi Baltimore und Ohio, cfl: Cau ?<'a Pacific. Chesapeake and Ohio. 221: < hioago nud Alton, 15*1: Chicago. Barling ton audQttmcy. MM; Chicago Qa?Trust,74| felawars ami Lakonwanna. : i;J Distil- | Ism and Cattle Fee dsn. 1'.'!: I'.rio. 13}: Krie. yrcf.. 271: General Kleotrio. 83|; Illinois Con- i ?ruf, 941; Lake Krie and wostorn. 24); I.aUe jirie a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 May 1895

IRRIGATING THE GARDEN. A Kiunu F?rtncT*? Pinn la Which the Windmill Play? an Active Pnrt. A plan for irrigating gardens which appears to havo giveu satisfaction pres? ents this advantage: The water can mn n long time in one continuous channel and will not wash, as it would down the slope. Land may lay quite sloping KaAT c0ntaix1x0 twelve bet?A or quite level, still there is one wny e-loug its surface that in level. Find the level line and layout your bod 18 inches wido and then a, path 12 inches wide. Make your path go around ouo cud of first bed and then tho opposite etid of second bed, and so on for oh tnauy beds as you wont, is tho advice of a corre? spondent who illustrated and described his plan as follows for Kansas Farmer: I show on this plat 12 beds, each 20 feet long, or 812 feet of beds, and this, with two rows of vegetables in each bed, makes 024 feot of vegetables or plante. Ab tho beds and paths are level from end to end of each, if your paths aro 4 inch? es deep and yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 May 1895

DELAWARE'S SENAT?RSHLP. Wae a Sonntor CkOBon by tho Lato Legislaturo at Do vor? (The Contestants' Vicire of It?Cbancollor Wolcull and Gor. Wutsuu Say Tl*ur? Was No litoctlou ?Will Wat-ion Ap? point?A Talk iritis Aditicks. If'OPVHUiUT. !8M 1 n. The most extraordinary senatorial Ibleotiou iu thu history of the United ?States and onu whicjl exceeded in dra triatie tensity ami the. attention bo {,towed upon it any struggle of the kind yet recorded bits entered upon u flow utago, mid from an absorl>in< i.tcd.o battle has become an Important itutinual one. The oa.-!o of Delaware is unprece? dented. Thirty men balloted four iuonths antl odjoucped without lenow Jng whether they had cloeted a senator <jr not. All parties to the. struggle were eby this time iu a bitterly determined jnood, and Povor is the scene of activi ?preparation to make out a good ease in nVaslijuginn. Every rn.au conoernod. from the gov? ernor of the state to the "left"' Addicks. tv.aa I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 May 1895

ELLEN OSBOKN'S LETTER. Pretty Things-Pro pare d for a Juno Bride's Trousseau. ?Che True Tale or a Ten down?Tho Corn. Bower and tho Yellow Hrlmmed Uat?Wraps for Sum. mer Use. There are no bridals in May, but that lug prayerfully the trousseau in prep? aration for the month of marrying. A aplendid young brunette, whose wed 'ding is fixed for an early date in June lias ordered from one of the largest houses in New York evening frocks .whose richness makes the eye', open. jOno dress Is to be of cherry and white silk?white skirt and short round cherry-colored blouse bodice. The cut of the blouse is peculiar. It is square in the corsage and edged about tlio .white shoulders with on embroidery of white cut beads thut quiver and sparkle looPYnioiiT. 1S9S.1 more time for consider roil I'.AKK JUNK DAYS. ?with every rise and full of the bosom nud every ripplo of merry laughter. More beads uru woven into ft dainty belt at the waist, ami yet others uro used in narrow edgings to strap the skirt s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 May 1895

JN1GHT IN DARKEST HTCLL. JMwavd Marshall Doccribes a Trip Through White ohapoL Am Ex-Detcctlvo HU Ualde?Tho Havonti of Tbleves, tbo KocolVcrs of Stolen tioods ?uil tho Uariih Vice of tho Streets. Icoptuight, 1899.1 H E other night I rode into hell on the top of an omnibus. 1 en? tered through Oldyatc and met a guide?an ex-Scotland Yard de? tective -tit tlvc corner of Lcuiun street and Wbtteohapel rond. ThehoUvraii London's vt^c) Whiteohapc] district, svhioh was onco probably tho most thoroughly vicious area in tho world, as it is still probably the most depraved. Xjouinn street and Commercial road meet. Wbitcchnpol road logo', her, and tho three thoroughfares mahn a junc? tion that is not equaled In luondon. (Thirty thousand wretched women roam the district, and these corners are its A BCBK8 IX WBITEOBAPKU Boost prominent spot, .leek the Hipper probably loitered in their whereabout.': as ha selected his viotiuia from tho mis? erable procession that is evor passing them. That his exa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 May 1895

FORBEARS OF THE "400: J^-nding Anoostry of Which So oloty Loadors Should Be Proud. ISocui Claims or Royal lllood?The Tal? low, hi Jo and Ironniiro Advertise? ments of the First Families ot Now York Malta Qh?t Rending. (COPTKIOnT. 1H9?.1 A Chicago minister. Rev. Dr. Kitt redge Wheeler, has been Indulging iu satirical remarks about the leaders of New York's WO, asserting thut the al lcgei aristocracy of the Knickerbocker families aud ancestry of the other colonial Manhattanese are all n sham, ffSr the reason that the grandfathers and more remote forbears of our prom? inent "society people" actually "sohl soap, tomatoes, rawhides, tallow anil auch like articles." This has been l^nown for years to most New Yorkers, ?whether within or without the sacred pale of the 400. Yet another fact can? not bo denied?that there are a number of New York shoddycrars, who not only claim "noble" lineages, but. claim royal descents from William the Con? queror, Richard Crookback aud other monarchical rep...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 May 1895

THE WOMAN'S BIBLE. I A Specimen of the Work Compiling Under the Direction of Mr-,. .Stontou. Hero i? u specimen clinptor from tho ?'Womnu'i Bible" which is befug com? piled by a revising committee of load jug women of most civilized nations. They propqso |p comment simply on all texts in the Old ami Ne>v Testaments that refer to? WOlBen. Mrs.'lf?ztinr'th Cady Stautou of "281 Webt Sixty-first street is chairman of tho committee, and information concerning the work (nay be obtained from her. The speci? men chapter is Numbers xxvii, 1-11, ?nid, with Mrs. ytautou's comments, is ?is fullows: 1. Then onma tho daughters of Zelopheh.nl, the Son of Bepbor, tho son of Oilend, tho son ef Machlr, the *on of Mauaaseh, uf the families < f Manuspeh, tho son of Joseph, and these are Iba names of hls< daughters: Mahlah,'Nonh and li and MHcah and Tirzaa. .'. And thoy stood before Uosoa and before J.harar, the priest, and tfbfore the urtaeos and the congregation, bj th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 May 1895

ii is ay i ill A Defeated Rival Acts as Best Man At a Wedding, According to an Agreement Entered Into Between Them. A Romanen Rather Out of the Usual Run of Such Affairs. Southern Chivalry Displaced. Whon the morniEg express arrived frorq Cinainnati at Briceville, Tenn., the "other day, thoro were as passengers Robert M." Lindsay and bride, nee Mint Nellie Gir ton of Cump Hageinan, O. Mr. Lindsay ia aue of tho largest coal operators of that K?ctiun of Tennessee, and his arrival with n wife was a very happy surprise to his friends. Around their wed?*1^^? woven a romance rath? er out of^rffo usual run of such affairs. , year ago C. M. Moore, nlsoof Ule, visited tho Normal universi? ty j|t Lebanon, O., and by accident met ; Gurton and foil in love with her. Eoore and Lindsay were bosom friends, and whoa the former returned to this place he confided to Lindsay the details of his Ohio visit In a joking way Lind? say vowed that ho would win Miss Qir ton away from Moore, and 'tho latter, w...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 May 1895

BECAUSE PATRONIZED. saved the annoyance of jy are clean and light, 'ou are served quickly, and waiting. everything he serves is Clean; Pure and Fresh. They are conveniently located?99 Main is near Com? merce street; 22 Commercial Place (old Market sq.) near Portsmouth and Berkley ferries; 145 Main near Church street. The proprietor introduced and brought this line of busi? ness to this hustling and the coining city of the South. BECAUSE (last but not least) our prices are reasonable. s Mug of Mac's French Drip Coffee, 5c; Mug of Chocolate, 5c; Mug of Cocoa, 5c; Mug of Bromo, 5c; Mug of Tea. 5c; Glass of Milk (large glass) 5c; Glass of Iced Tea, 5c; Glass of Iced Coffee, 5; Glass of Cream, 15c; Glass of Half and Half (milk and cream) 10c. w m Ham, Minced Ham, Tongue, Boiled Egg, Fried-Egg, Cheese, Minced Chicken, Minced Turkey, Mince, Apple, Peach Custard, Cocanut, Cranberry, Sweet Potato, Pumpkin, Lemon, Pineapples and Berry Pies in season, per slice, 5c; Pastry, all kinds, 5c; Stra...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 May 1895

A NEW IDEA IN HAYRACKS. 9tt I? Frr? to BTvryboilv, ami the Inrcntor , Tails All About It. A now idea iu hayracks which' em a- j Jated from the brain of a Pennsylvania I ?inner was originally sketched und de? scribed by him for Rural Now Yorker, sws follows: I invented a hay rigging implement ?yhich my neighbors ?11 think is good. 3 say I invented it, as it is tho first one ! <tf the kind I have over seen. The sketch, : I think, will give it very good idea of it. j Tho ouo just finished is built of 2'.. by j * inch hemlock bed sills, Itlfeot long for ?he two center ones, in inches apart; two cf tho same size 10 feet long l) inches J from tho same fill the bolster behind; swo in front of the same size8 feet long fill the front holster; one arm behind is Sxi, by 5 inches, 8 feet long, ruiiuiug clear through on top across the bed sills ; one in front, 1 ;;4 by ti inches, 8 foot long, of hard wood, is mortised to receive the j Standards, which uro 2 by C inches, it) Inches lon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 May 1895

He Passes Away as Quietly as a Child Sinking to Slumber, The Ricord of a Soldier, Jurist and Statesman Closed by Death. Ar? rangements for the Funeral Will Be Made After the Sec? retary's Son Arrives. _?_ By Southern AsuociatoJ Press. Washington-, Muy 27.?No ofaoial Statement oau be obtaiued either from t-Jeorutarty UreshaaTs family or his iibysiciaus, aud all that is absolutely known at presout ia that Mr. (Jresliam 4h iu tho most critical condition that lie could bo to bo ulive, and unless some almost immediate change for tho tetter happen* hia survival during tho night is dotibtlul. Mr. Greshnm passed a comparatively cany day until about 5 o'clock this af? ternoon. Then ho collapsed suddenly, ? ml hia physician, Dr. Johnson, who das beau couatantly iu attonilnuao through tho night und day, began to administer hypodcrmio doses of whis? key. This eveniDg there aro present at the Secretary's bedside Alra. Ureebani, Jlr. Andrews nnd Mrs. Andrews, hia Slaughter, and bun iu law. Throug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 May 1895

Judge Prentis, of the Circuit Court, Hands Down His Opinion. *'Ona May in Good Faith Publish a Truth Concerning; a Public Offi? cer, But if He Stated That Which is False and Aspersive He is Liable Therefor." Is the Cirouit Court yesterday morn? ing Judge Prentia delivered the follow? ing opiaiou on the pleas'.iu tho iMassey Pilot case, whioh werp argued bofore him a few daya sinoe: Circuit Court of 11 it City of JS'orfolk. John E. Maiiey / vs. ? The Pilot Publishing Company and others. 1. Tho defendants, tho Pilot Pub? lishing Couiunuv, Samuel \Y. Small and Richard E. Byrd, have tendered a ulea in bar of the action, that tbe pub licatiou complaiuedgof is privileged, because it referred to the oflicinl acts of the plaintiff as a uuhlio oilicer. aver? ring that tboy have only commeuted on and criticised auch acts fairly, bouestly and without tnalioe, and that tbav believed and had reasonable cruho to believe that the etatemeuts contaiued in the publication -woro true. The plaiutiff ha...

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