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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 16 June 1871

I nitty £tok jwmtat ly YvenTng" -i i,\ [■: i ii, 'ijtT. The Culture of Fi»lt. Illbject of Hie cultivation of lish is, 1 (lv- button of State conrern, high scale of hnportence. In Europe il onie to ho nearly equal in cUgaitj to t exalted. The French government derived a revenue of ijU.ooo,l'oo esh-Wator fisheries. That large flowing into the public cotters iniliiit those lishcries must have become source of support as will as of ■ mill profit to the people of France. i been accomplished by the system inlainod with both wisdom ami y« Her rivers, which hail heen de■rl of tish, are now plentifully supIh thrill, nnd her people everywhere J this mnterial ami healthy wore* istcnce. A writer of great cxpoi lish culture says of its benefits, titers hitherto worse than unlets, made a hundred fold as profitable qua] number of acres of land, and a tithe of the labor required upon lbject is one of such magnitude that easily comprehended fully without eal of reflection. Take our Virtors. They are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 16 June 1871

(iEitmtig &\\\\t journal •\\ RVKNHfG, -MM-; in, IB7J. nnekbi.nr. Wli. n ton see a lellnw mortal Without lived and le.ni.-- ti.'. . HanKini; on the skirt, of other. Walking in their tM.t-oiT.hot~>, How iter low to wealth or favor. With object, uncovered head Ready lo retract or waver. Willing I" be drove or led : Wai;, -."ir-elf wi ib linnet- bearing, Throw >'mi- moral -Itoulders bit.-k,* Show .""', spine ha. net." and marrow— ,iu-t the thing, which luv inii-i laei. \ wool Was never heard 1.1 .en.c and ion, . I ie'll ibi.-. '.".;.■.., When too see a theologiait Close some 111:1) lieeil, Pearinn to reject orqaantioii liogmna which his nrieel )iia.t i*ead, Holding bneli :'!! noble leeiin".-. f dov. 11 ea.-h manly view, f 'ariiu: more for forma and siini,,,]. rhnn ;■* Know tlie (i.Ka.l ami True ; \. alh yonrself with llnnei- bearing, I iiro-.v 3 o"t moral how Met. bark, Hhom .7'""- si.me ha. nerve and marrow- - .lurl Ihe Ihings which bis mnrd l:e !,. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 June 1871

(&MMH journal | (— ij—% ♦ | ~ rg" | fljjtf | dnSB?ssn CEtoc IMtini 'Stutte JteitMittji' a3K«a»"::::::::::v:.::»iS / l ** JJ * W*^ One square, three insertions 17,-, 1/ ___asts_ One square, fix Insertions Boo r yk\\%S**\ One square, twelve insertions ii fiO : — —— - —-. '- One square, one month 10 00 I - - -~~ —r— - — L.— _—_— _ _______ — ■ - ■ . \ — one square, two months is no j Slv Dollnr. Per Year.* «r« a , .-.---.^ ■"■"—"""" - "■-■ RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1.871. VOL. III. NO. 192. TO ADVERTISERS. , A.lviTii-i'in. Nt- of Lost, Wants, Fonnil, For Rest, kc. nut i-xit'fdin| tlircc or four linos, will In- insert, 'il tinil.T flic proper headings at TWEN-TY-FI YE CENTS for one insertion; orlwoln.'■riioiis for FORTY CENTS; three insertions, SIXTY CENTS—iuv.-irilily CAM is ADVASCK. AMUSEMENTS. A iWIVEKSAKY I lil.EinTAai'ioSf AND PIC-NIC OF THE OEUMANIA MAENNEROIIOR (SING-TO SOCIETY). MONDAY, JI'NE 10th, IS7I. AT HATTORFS GARDEN. Admission .10 cents. Exercis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 June 1871

(BwnTttg jt^i-Mh i;imAl'.l) IMMIXS. M.litor mill 'lanfufrr. t v. -mi 1 Main Bran*, tticumeia, yumm-iA c 0111.-i.-il Pbiht for lhe lioK-rnmont. SITI ItIUY I'.VKXINU,-ir.NKI", ISTI. I {jj POLITICAL. C Tht MonU/onifry (Ala.) Advertiser thinks n ii is surprising, an almost incredible, that \\ .li'ir. Davis's remarks hare occasioned [ f "such fi lu'li.-voiis, ami, in nome respects, i n contemptible exhibition of tempter in the ij, Radical i ircta" of, tbe Korth and West." j 0 Judge lifililis, the Democrtic candidate a lor Supreme Judge ft' Ohio, is a leading jl: member ofthe Methodist Episcopal Church, ! \ and takes part, orally at mat, in the tan- i perance and moral reform movements of the c .lav. He i— also in li>v.>v ol' protective _ tariff. 11 I'll" iiiiicudinenls ofthe Connecticut (.'on- J stitution, submitting to the people tho fines- | ' lion whether there >hall be one capital or ' i wo, anil allowing a choice between Hart- ■ Hiit I and New« Haven...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 June 1871

journal. SATImi)AYKVKN[Ni:, .[| M;"l7, ls7l. AORICt'LTIRAL. Americnn Instltuie Farmer." Club. Session of Jaw. (i, MTt;— ton Boa. Nathan ('. Ely, Chniniian. Albeit ficlit WW* presses sore ami the heat is great, there were few empty seats in lhe olfl hall. Dr. llexamer has been at work among his vines and his berries till his hands are the color of» new saddle, anil Mr. Quinn shows marks of hard work in his wiry and tough frame. But the wish is general that the adjournment come as early as July. We therefore repeat the invitation of last week to our large country membership to favor us for two months with letters of Instruction rather than letters of inquiry. We would nsk fanners on the prairies to give, for Eastern readers, statements of just, what may be expected the first year ; the difficulties of building, of Wintering stock, of turning the tough sod, nnd how those difficulties were mastered. We ask contributions on the fence question, the experience of our friends in osage orang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 17 June 1871

funfaty £tate gounuil. SATURDAY EVENING, _\ Ni; 17. 1871. l.osdni. A.i.i Living. Forever the sun is pouring bis gold tin a hundred world, thai leg and borrow ; Hi- warmth he squander, on summits cold. His wealth ou the homes of want and sorrow. To Withhold lii- lariit'ness of prc-ious light, l- to btirj himself In eternal night To tiv !- ■" ii).The flower ihln. s not tor Itarlf ai all It- jo;, i-ihe j,... ii freely dlCilMn . Ol Ily and balm il is prodigal. And il lives ill lhe life it sweelh loses, No choice ten- the rose but glory or doom, 1., exhale or .mother, to wither or bloom To den. I- lodi'"'. The -,:is tend silvery ram to the land, The land iis sapphire streams lo the ocean, The heart Send, blood to file brgln Of COtilllKUld. The brain to the heart Ita lightning motion, And ever and ever we yield our breaib. Till ibe mirror is dry and image, deail,. To give Is to live. lie is dead whose band Is mil opined wide To help ibe need of it human brother; He doubles the strength ef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 June 1871

RATES OF ADVERTISING. ING STATI-: JOURNAL nl the following rntw except legal ad.MUswueats: Ono square, one insert ion . -. One square, two insertions '.' | ->-, One square, lllroe Insertions !.'!!!!' l-, One square, six Insertion. ~,," ..,'„, Ono square, twelve insertions, j 2 One square, one month.. '*" _2 ()ne square, two months- ,' J One square, three month."!.'".;; '.'.'.'.'..'." 2." 00 TO ADVERTISERS. !lilverii B emeiiis of Lost, Wants, Found, For I nt, Ac, not exceeding ,1,,.,.,, or . 0 ,,,. ~„„„ „,,, j inserted ,„„|e,. ,|„. ,„._,.,„,. |,„ n ,, in! , s „ T a, VKN - , -FIVE CENTS for one insertion: or two intkm for FORTY CENTS; three iusorlions-, J ITYCENTS—in,aribly 1 i.|i m Any,,.,,",;. AMUSEMENTS. -. M VKR'-J \RV~ b V THE GERMANTA MAENNEROftoIt (SINGING SOCIKTYi. MONDAY, JUNE lorn, IS7I. AT lIATTORF'S HARDEN. Imission fo) cents-, fercises to commence at g o'clock. '■OMMfTTKE Ot AfiH.l\,ii:vi..Ms. ..et Rlenner, Chris. Schneider, j VI. Laubo Oi.stave str-ck.-r , je ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 June 1871

,1 ~ »_ KM Mill DAM El.*. 1'.1i...,- and V1n.1i...-.. • !-".. M >is Bt»«i '. l.'i. ifvoe. Vn OllUlnl Paper Tor the BonIMMI, iXDAY K\ i:.MM.. JUNE 1., 1871. mnrtu on politkal utamm. lhe Rev. Dr. Hushnell contribute* to Hrribner's Motilhlt/, for July, an essay mi live trade ami protection which evinces :l :-lit and a capacity fur understanding ihe problems ini.ilved that is very rare aiii.'iig those who Imve dabbled in Mill and Dai that. Though hi- essay is ol.noxious to the criticism of the wit who commended lie- impartiality of the Died s.-'.tt decision, iv that it "gave the law to the North and the nigger to (he South," ive believe few can read it attentively without gaining some light on a theme which much sophistry has darkened. Dr. Hushnell inclines to side with the free-traders on punly economic grounds, but forcibly argues that, tin- problem has other importan element! which cipially demand consideration, anil which ought to modify the genera conclusion, l-'or insta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 June 1871

(Bvmms #tate journal. MONDAY EVEN!NO, JUNE 10, lffn. AORICI^LTI'HAL. American Insiituir Farmers 1 Club. A Ladv-Kakmer I sks Wood-Ashes. : Mrs. 11. K. GWpin, Oswego, \. y. : | have derived frei|iit'iil aid and much inlbr- I inalion which Ims greatly assisted me in ; carrying ** n "tnall farm font- miles Oram this village. When I . nine in possession of ; it, five years airo, the gnm on the best meadows ad not tvrenge more than in inches in height, and yielded about one-half ton to the acre, and was red in having time j with sorrel, for which I sowed hard woodashes, one liurrel to the acre, all 1 could j obtain, and the next year the same rate in ; other fields, anil so on each year; anil nmv there is not a blade of sorit-1 to be seen, and my meadows average three tons to the acre and some yield jnore than lour. I have half an acre in vegetable garden, i and for the last 10years have had no trouble with club-foot cabbage. My seed beet is liberally mixed with hard-wood ,-islu-s, and th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 June 1871

\iH.\llA, IM.MM.. .11 N'K Hi, IxrTT* i Fri.olon. At. i' A frivolou Word, a -harp l A porting in angry, haste: The -un that rose on .1 bower of Miss, i he loving look and a lender kis-. I la- sel on a barren wash 1 . Where pilgrims tread with weary feel. Path- destined never more 10 meet. A frivolous word, a sharp retorl. A moment ihat blots on! year. : Two live- are wrecked on a stormy shore. Where die billow, of passion surge and roar To break iff a spray of tears Tears shed a, blind lhe pair. Drifting -eaward aud drowning there. A frivolous word, a .harp retort, \ Hash from a passing cloud. Two hearts are scathed lo their uiino-i cow, Are ashes and dust lot-evermore : Two face- turned to lhe crowd, Masked by- pride n ilh a life-long lie. To hide flc -ear- of thai agony . A frivolous vvonl. a sharp retort, An arrow ai random sped, If ha- cvi in twain lhe niy-lic lie Thai bound two souls in harmony Sweet hue lies bleeding or dead. A poisoned shall wiih scarce an aim Has done a misch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 19 June 1871

\ liivolnn. Wont. ...1. :. -harp i A parting in angry haste: Tl n lhal rose on a bower of bits. i lie loving 1,.,,], and :i lender kiss, ita- set oil a barren Waste, Where pilirrims tread with vwary t.-ei Pntllf llesljne.l ..evel' 1;1.i1.' |0 Hie- 1 ! \ rrivolon. word, n -bare, retort, A tn...■licit! i tm t blots out year.-; Two In.- are wrecked on a' slormv shore. Where Ihe billows of passion surce and roar le i.r.-ak ill a spray of feari. ae- -he.l to bind lhe pair. lirining -ciw.'i.i ami drowning there A frivolous word, a sharp rei.n A flash from a passing rlonri. Iwo icai-i- are -enb.-«i to their nlmosl , -.re. Are ashes nn.l dn-i :'..re)ei nu.re ; Two face- nir I io ibe crowd, Masked by |>rtde with a Itfe-hmg lie, I, liiile iic -car- of lhal agon) . A frivolous wont, a, sharp retort, An uri-ow ai random sped, li lii- .-ni iv i wain the un-in- t j,, thai boi'ii.t two souls in harmony Sweel love lies bleeding or dead. A [loisonetl slum with -care,- an am, Has done n .....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 June 1871

RATES OF ADVERTI-yillVO. ,»^ v „L Usnrno " ls will he Inserted in the EVENING STATE JOURNAL in Hie lollowii except legal advertisements ; One square, one insertion _ 7B One square, iwo in-en ions j __; One square, three insertions One square, six insertion. ~.',' ;. oo One sqnare, twelve insertions..,." s - H , One square, one motitli " .j, on fine sqnare, two month. Ono square, trrreemonths.. .'.'.'.',]\ "j"'] \\' .... „,, Tt) ADVERTISI'Itf.. Advert ieements of Lost, Wants, Form.l. lm Rom kc, not exceeding ihreoor four line., will bo inse-teil muler the proper headings ai TWEN-TY-Fl> «, CENTS for one iuscriioii; or two in--eriions for FORTY CENTS; three insertions, •?i*: T j'.. < -' ENTS -jnvai'it)l.y , isu ,_. advaki t. Lixi tusioN si'l-.oN -M'i:\i:ij:,«i/__ OREAT REDUCTION IN fare \tT ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO NORFOLK AND RETURN. «4.i. Single Tickets to Norfolk, _*. < i oo ,i ~,,111 „.,,, per Sleamer "JOHN SYLVESTER *_**Clieapcst rottfe to Cobb's Isla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 June 1871

EDAAAKD DANIELS, Editor nnd manager. J, ——- ________ - a Wo. MM Main Strket, RieBVOXB, Vtastaia _. Ulllcinl Paiwr Air Ihe Government. .. . .. , p TUESDAY KYBNINQ, JUNE '20, 1871. « DOES nUUBM PAY't FAMILIAR PlCTl'ltES IN A DAIRYING j TOAVN. d A gentleman from Vermont, Mr. Tinkbam, in the Karmers' Club of the Aineri- c can Institute, takes exception to my exam- _ pie of Gideon Truesdcll, as shoAvmg that _ ••fanning pays," because he had (125.000 t , to invest in a farm and its appointments, - ( and says: "What I Avant to hear about is a tbe men that have grown rich by fanning ■, only." "Well, he shall Vie gratilied ; but it D is singular that a man, apparently so sharp _ as this Vcinioiiter, should not have seen p that tiideon Truesdcll illustrated the most . difficult phase of fanning of any country, that of vesting a large amount of money in improving and tilting up a farm with all the r most unproved and expensive machinery— running it by n foreman yvith hired labor— Making il 'pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 June 1871

dMttfag £tate |ounwt TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 2oJ I*7l. AGRICULTURAL. American In.titute Farmers' Club. J. B. Lyman—The country cast of th c Alleghany "iiioimtaiiw is ao situated with respect to the slope* of its hills ns to render it perfectly leaaibk to irrigate it <it a moderate expense, bill as yet it has never been thought of sufficient importance,~~ One year nature givea them water enough, and they go on, having faith that every other year Avill lie the same, but it is yyell knovrn that drouth is the grcai drawback of American agriculture, we have more suffering here than in the old country, and all the calculations based on English, Irish or Scotch farming sutler a great discount, because of the abundance of moisture in those countries. There is reason to believe that a great sti'p in advance is to be mafic, and that the use of water for irrigation, sudi as is nityy practiced in places on the western half of this continent, will be common here in the eastern half. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 20 June 1871

Tl KSDAi KVKNIM., .11 NH 20, 1871. *l<*" I.LLVNEIIIS. There i,- in, happiness in an iilie woman. .It may he with linnil, it limy be with brain, il may he wilh foot; trot \vork she mast, mr be wretched forever. 'rim cynic while despising his fellows forjiets tii.'it without ilioiii to hear and nppredate his sarcasm, ho wowM become, through isi.lfitifin, the most miserable ol lllOl'tllls. Wit, humor, anil badinaue need to he kept tinder careful control. We endure MM expect the playful scratch Irom otn .til's piny, hut not her .-uviijre hite. Four thinps arc frriovnusly cniptv: A head without brains, a wit without judgincut, a heart withouthonesty, nitd » pur-. without money.— Bishop Ernie. A man must design nothing that, will require so much time to the flushing, or in least with no such passionate desire t" -,-, il brought to perfection. We arc horn ti action. Many havo been ruined hy their for tunes; many have escaped 'ruin hy tin want of fortune. To obtain it the greal h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 June 1871

iIDVERTIMINfi. be inserted In thefcVKN AL ntthpMlowinjtrair. ienlX: lon * j. lons ' | £ lions... 1 7. >ns " ' ' . (M prtionx " ' « B ,„ v? is. _ ; j_„..„"";; 1,;, 1 J, :ktisers. - •rt, Wan,,, Fonts*, K.,r rilir..,-oi-fonr lines, will ■>l>er headings at TWENone hill _!U; or two fatKNTS; three insertion., V OPENED! ' ~ '"____ TON IN : ? TS TO NOfttTOLK Mi's Island. L- R. TATtJM, 1 River Steamboat Co. v. will leave her in'iii op. _ a oc I signed, and (roods for- | mm c wnii Onnil unsurpassed. ~,'; JJ] ipßty'to ! '■ WYATT, Agent o. .1 governor street 1 _£ MSHIP ami amship WILLIAM P. .lime Stern! W (_d° | i-roomsfexirn IH'ltlt, President, Jill Main street. RIVER.- State and ! This novel, as well ■ be seen at. Ford's : . IF CAuFn FOR ! :W ANIJ SEtYIXI" tO_k>M : n small riSo_~_t M ren, 1. vo; and TWO SEE- I ,a WOMAN to take | rOHN S.WISE Eighth and Ninth. T WOMAN „ ,|„ Lpply 10 __l__uJLstreet. _ Iff, &C. \ .1., June 211, is;) -. WILKI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 June 1871

V.. :>IJ' ;\lais Sri: li; I, R.. iiiosn, Vikki»ia «)l'l,inl I'npcr r,,r the (iovernment. WKPXF.SPAY KVK'ii, JINK 21, 1871. POLITICAL NOTES. Henry S. I'oote is Out in a letter against his old adversary, Jell. Davis, cliarging that noted insnrnnce agent with trying to get up a new rebellion. Koote Is pretty sound on the Davis question, but his sentences are so fearfully tong that most newspaper readers will decline to follow him. In this letter, the first sentence conI tains twenty-seven words, the next fortynine, the next eighty-nine, the next one hundred and twenty-four, the next thirtynine, and the next two hundred and eightyseven ! Frank P. BLAIB has been entirely forgotten in the last thirty days. He left the Republican party became that organization did the very things which his new-made friends now endorse. Not even Jefferson Davis or Vallaiidigham. clad in his cerements, are as dead as this victim of his own overreaching ambition. The Democratic party has rejected h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 June 1871

WEDNESDAY KVE'G, JUNE 21, 1871. MM II.TIHAI.. JINK si >M<!\ OK THE POTOMAC FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. The Potomac Fruit Grower*' Association met at 11 A. M. on Tuesday, the 6th instant, at the Hoard of Trade Rooms, Judge Gray presiding; P. 11. Folsom, Secretary. There was a full attendance of members and others, and (he discussion was general and more than usually interesting. The Secretary read a letter from Joseph L. Smith, accompanying some seeds of the birds-eye or sugar maple for distribution, j which he recommended to be used for the protection of orchards, and also for shade and ornamental trees. PROFITS IN FRUIT GROWING. John T. Bramhall, Hollywood near Fall's Church, Virginia, wrote as follows in reference to the culture of Ihe grape: A neighbor, Mr Koon, who is so fur coin inced of the profit of grape culture as to have sot some .1,000 lines and prepared for setting several thousand more, reports substantially as follows respecting his first acre of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 21 June 1871

WEDNESDAY EVE'fi, .11 NX 21, IX7I. I.KMITS \!\l> SHADOWS. in the wilderness, out ol the world, \V.> are ib.e '.'lost sheep' thai strayed from the i Kar from our fatherland, (in from our own. Deep iv the "taaglevvood'' planting a home. Wrapt iv the soiitmle- • -river vlevi fine, skirled wilh meadows, doited Willi piiu'. i »n whose liltie bosom forever ilesi-enils Sunlight anil sliiuiows, Immutable friend. Seasons of beauty, of grandeur and bloom. Rich with the wealth of the wildvvood's perfume: | Solemn-faced rocks, where brijilit mosses cling. Evergreen glades, where columbines swingArbors not fashioned in trainings of art, Horn as the zephyr, of nature apart; ■shadows immortal that follow the streams, Sunlight asleep In the lap of ravines, ('lilts overhanging in moss-clrulsof green, llrey rocks outloohing their fringes between soft sloping knolls- and clustering hills. Ileautifulgleusand musical lills; Korests of evergreen,—emerald heights, Tossing their verdu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 22 June 1871

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will ho Inserted in the EVEN- ' INO STATE JOURNAL at tho following roles, except legal advertisement 0 : Ono square, one Insertion , % IB j One square, two insertions 1 23 \ One square, three insertions 1 7.1 Ono square, six Insertions :: 00 | < )no sqnare, twolve Insertions ,-, no line square, one month ,- lo oo ! One square, two months 18 oo fine square, Hi roc monihs., 2.1 no TO AnvURIISKRv ___ i AdvertiM-nienis of Lost, Wi—ts, Found, For ! Rent, 4c, nol exceodini? three or four lines, will lie inserted under Hie proper headings at TWEN- j c TV-FIVE. CENTS for one insertion; or two in- " r aertions for FORTY CENTS: ihree insertions, I j / SIXTY CENTS—invarihly cash ik advance. „ SHIPPING ' XjISCIRSIO> ME \SOiV OI'KMSO! ' ° GREAT RET)Ui;TION IN FARE !!! j ■ ROUND TRri' TICKETS TO NORFOLK ■ AND RETITHN, S3. j n Single Tickets to Norfolk, «'2. (looil iinlil used, ' ' lier Steamer ".TORN SYLVESTER.'' I d «_"(!heapest. route l...

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