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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 May 1895

VOL. XLVIIIL?NO. 142. NORFOLK, VA.SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1895. PRICE 2 CENTS ?first Detailed Account of His Lit? erary Labors. A SCIENCE OF ECONOMIES ,How the President Orders Bool-.s and fiends and Quotes From Them. . His Literary Tates. Kis Fav? orite Works of the Great Authors. His Purchases | COPYRIGHT. IS'J.'i I Orovcr Cleveland Is to nppenr before nis countrymen in n new rule. lie lies Ipeoomc a literary man. It inlgbt !"? E101?? correct to say that he has lohn; een a literary maili Ho has spoilt f;uir feoars, more or less, In writing a hook, iv.ill incomplete, which seems likely to ffive him an altogether unique position n our long line of presidents. It is a Iresumc on ooonomic seien ic. e Everybody knows, that Mr. Cleveland lias theories of his own in the domain (pi polities. His vh ws, however, in that Academic field of the s ?'? ? cc cultivated |jy Adam Smith, Ricardo ;'.n<l Miliare krery little understood. Now, if then* |s ono study t<> which Mr. Cleveland lias Bevoted ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 May 1895

IcerTRionT, isos.l Tho spring poets have nearly nil lived in the sunny south or in sonne Ibalujy olimc whore thaws were nol a ieeossary preliminary lo vernal loveli? ness. No northern bard ev< r leas the temerity to sing the praises of the chil? ly March ami .April of his own cheer? less clime. Courage falls him when he attempts to gus.li overa k kisou in whluh he goes shivering about in fur.. Kvon the most famous avoid tho subject and ?vcuture no further than to comment ? the rarcneao of a "day In .lun " or pome such safe time of year wh< a the season is well advanced nnd the ice 3tas gone out of the babbling brooks. People who talce a practical view of 1 he question have no time to lament their loss from a poetic standpoint, but turn then* minds to the more Borions question pf a compromise between their ideas oi What spring ought tobe and whal its pneumonia-laden breezes inako advisa? ble in matters of dr.-.s. Spring is not so cold as winter, but it is not dune, cither. Howe...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 May 1895

18 IE 1 OLDlST Ml? iife Story of the Venerable Noah Raby, Agotl 123 Years. SIGHTLESS, BUT STURDY A Sailor Before the War of 1812. Ho Caw Gen. Washington Angry. Has Taken His Whiskey and To? bacco Steadily for One Hun? dred and Eighteen Years. ; ICOPTIllOHT, i&i.] r Ts Noah Raby, <.f the Pisentaway poor .farm, the oldest man In the world? If ?Jils own story of his lifo, which he tells Mvith an air of the most profound con fjrietiou, bo true, ho has passed bis one Umndrcd and tw'euty-third birthday, {Sndnu one living has knowledge of any i/acts to the contrary. X. It was about eighty-three years ago, Uncording to his recollect ion, tliul Noah Jltuby. ordinary soamau, received bis iiliachargC papers from the stanch frig l#ito Brandywitte, which had just lin sishud a cruise of inspection of tin varl Jsjus ports of the United States and was then docked at the Brooklyn navy yard, "he day after he left the naval service ebetook himSerf to New Jersey, where (fce joined himself to a f...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 May 1895

His Highness cf Wales and Mr. Godot's Friendship. THE VAN DBRBILT IMPOSTOR Miss Sloane's Magn ficent Prepara? tions for Ihe Grot Wadding, Girls Who Carry Capes. Mr. Morton's Ambition. The Cane Mania. The possibility that the prince of Woles may visit the United states for the saht- of such a q u a t i o sport as New? port may afford during the com i n.g summer is by no means out of the range of possibilities. It is well kno w n that the prince bus long wished to pay nnothc visit to this land TUE PRINCE ..?OMIKO. of ^ ja very popular with all Americans who visit London. He hates a snob, and is bimself a,porfect gentleman. He likes Americans, ton. and has been very hind to not n few moo of our nation at a time, when kindness meant salvation from ruin. Now, if he comes, Mr. Ogden Qoolet Trill be,his host. As everyone knows, Jlr. Goelct is the warmest persona! friend he has among Americans. The ?Jirincn and Mr. Coolel have long known each othi r. but only within a compara? tively few ye...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 May 1895

ELLEN OSBOliN'S LETTER. A Chat About Cycling Dress ol Different Varietiea. KnlMo-r? Hero to Htay?An Thick ?? Miel In Hot tVetuhrr ami of ni Many Sorte m There Ar? Whcol w (mien. IroPTniciiT. ISP5.1 r?j Ii ERE arc as in ;i u y bicycle t costumes in the shops t Ii i s spring us there are tea gowns. T h e r ea ?1 y made suits are in two pieces? blazer and bloomers. The women who have their bicycle outfits tailor-made get them sometimes in three pieces und sometimes in two, which means that there are always bloomers, and that there may und may not be skirts also. This discourse i.-. mainly upon skirts, becatise knickers have no longer the fiisoinution of fnddistu. A woman who wns trying to smoke a cigarette re? marked plaintively: "I wish this misty liilug wan proper, tlieu 1 could throw it of mind, tier headgear 11 a Scottish cup with two quills, and on her feet she has low russet shoos meeting leggings. The woman, or her tailor, would give these explanations: Melton is the most durabl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 May 1895

HYPKOTISM OF THE EYES Women Who Use a Dangerous Power for Social Advantage. ORBS THAT WORK WONDERS Hcmcly Women Make Themselves Fascinating, But the Optic Nervo ig Terribly Strained. An Ocu? list's Opinion. He Warns ^ Them of the Practice. ICOPTKIonT. isoai OMEN will he blind In a few generations if they do not stop using their eye?." said on oculist to a so? ciety w o in a u who applied to dim for an eye trouble. "Toko your case, my dear madam. You come to me with a queer'sensation in your eyes. Thoy do not. puin you eacept. along tho optic nerve, at the aide of the head, with shooting pangs when you are tired, running along nn fer those cherished side waves of yours, 'our eyes are not inflamed, thoy do not twitch nud yon have no organic eye trouble, yet I must repent thut you, us well as others of your sex, will be blind ?if you Uoep on. "Now, as you are beginning to pet angry, I will tell yon how your eye? trouble you; nnd if I do not describe your symptoms exactly, you have only...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 May 1895

Terrible Fate of a Scotch Colonist and His Family. BALMACEDA'S RASH ACTION The South American Republics Are Good Countries to Stay Away From. A SiRht of Horror Never to I.? Forgotten. Mirages in the Andes. !.S;ircliiI Lima (Peru) Letter.l The great Chilian civil war was over. ?President Balmucoda's rash act of de? spair had sealod his own futo and thnt of his j>arty, and the republic was one.o snore eoni^gned to the vumpiro urins of 4ho oligarchy of aristocracy. My imme? diate business in the country, that of a ?war eorrespondcrt, was therefore over, (before leaving, however, having a clear 4' 'tween mails'' at my disposal, I do tormbicd to see something of the in? terior. With this purpose in view I ?Jnade a dash south for Concepcion, Iftvhcro it would be easy to catch the jiext north-bound mail, regardless ?.f the fact that traveling was moru than Visually unsafe then, owing to tho largo Slumber of disbanded soldiurs who bad lAUJi tUBAOES IN Tili: BKV lifNO I'HK PEAKS OK TUB AN...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 May 1895

HARD TIMES MAKE DROP ! Now please lake the time and read what we have tu say, for it will surely pay you. 1*1 g Rave F0BD6 im Of QOF prp which ousrbt to make them sell like hot cakes. The sale of our inter Suits 10 Pep Hill JL JL advertised in last Sunday's paper for $17*50. with a beveled plate glass 24x30 inches, and (inely carved, was greater than we expected, and we could only lake orders conditionally. We have now, however, st Received anlnvoi i Win to J? kJ ULI Lkj 5K" It you are in need of a first-class SUIT AT A SACRIFICE don't put it off, but call before they are gone. We have in stock and to arrive the best assorted lines of PARLOR FURNITURE and odds pieces to be found South of Baltimore. i fill Heftier psi tfe fill |n O las Sell a (Herrj freie lit Qpholstersd in Silt Ireeatella, fir | OUR STOCK OF CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES IS ALL RIGHT AND THE PRICES ARE ALL RIGHT I When it comes to MATTINGS, CARPETS AND RUGS we think we can offer a few surprises. gf^gt^Did you call and see ou...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 May 1895

VOL. XLVIIII-NO. 113, NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1895. PRICE 2 CENTS ?od? A Review of the Case Begun by Su? preme Court Yesterday, PROMINENT PERSONS PRESENT W. D. Guthrie Opened Argument for the Petitioner. He Was Followed by Assistant Attorney General F. B. Whitney In Support of the Law. By Southern Atioeintsd I'resi. Washington, May C.?The reargn juent of the income tax case wow begun Ju the Suprsiuo Court of the I'uiiud totstes to-day in the presence of an assemblage of law and luuv that, as on ttiu occasion of the original argument, more than exhausted accommodations (if the ?mall chamber in which it w:,.- held. 1 or the first time since last November there wns a (nil complement of Justices on tho iieucii and all tho rows of huge leather covered arm chairs behind the desk thnt separated the Court trnm iho Spectators were occupied. Mr. Justice ^acktfou, the youngest member of the Court, navu one, was at tuu uxtremo ruitit of the Chief Justice, and was naturally observed of all...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 May 1895

She Won Yesterday's Game on Her Merits. A VERY PRETTV GAME PLAYED The Hill Climbers Were Supurb at the Bat. Two Thousand People Witnessed One of the Prettiest Games of the Season. It Was Clean All Through. tfwo thousand baseball enthusiasts, many of lhtui the ttr?t Indies iu the city, witnessed one of the very best games of the season at the Norfolk l'ark yeeterday altornoou, when Lynch burg won from Norfolk by a score uf ? to 0. 'ihn attendance of ladies was no large that the pavilion provided fur thotu waa packed and a number id the lair sex ?were forced to occupy seats among the gentlemen rooters of the grand stand. .Fortunately nouo of them were lorcod to the bleachers. The grounds were in excellent con? dition, the weather thoroughly enjoya? ble uud both teams played fur keeps, Why Lyuchbtirg won cau bu easily explained and the visitors wore justly entitled to the victory. Nothing but the raunest uf hard luck cutild have deprived them of their laurels. Assuming that thu teams e...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 May 1895

THE POPULAR i MILD AND PURE, MiM'I'AlTVUED BY ALLEN & (UNTER Blood Poverty. Pale and palid faces .show alack of proper richness of the blood. A tonic relief is afforded by Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills, (hey cure dyspepsia, indigestion, and sirlc t*ejulachc. We will send you tree sample. dr. j. a. nr.am: CO., Kingston, New York. St Druggists . JSC. UAMIII. ANTED.?A food i .uk. washer aud ironcr. Apptj iv 1-1 Freaiua?on atreet. iu\ i-tl iminallons to I* held toou in thii city,u ?rin- to the NAT! N.M. < all IV- I' I 1' I I., Washington, D. C., for free' pointers.1' uiy4-.lt rot i.i.i. T\' \N l i L>-.\ few reliable men i... :? 't moat complete and beet kuowii N.. sin- pub a Slat**. -i .< ui Inducements; i I.i \VANUMI .V DARBY. Rochester, N. V. u?y.'-Ot* IIOAUII Ihres ,. ntlutncii can ?<t ouo largo J) well tarnished r...>r . n I floor, In reut ml ?art of the ciiy. wiih Ixiard, for Silin*! in on lb .1 li by addressing UOAltD, box C, Cil> i <? t ?tlico mj 1-it ?\\f...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 May 1895

?r.u.i.iMiiU! \$i6. ITJBLIS11ED EVEBY. MOKNINQ BXOBPX MONDAY. VIBOINUN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMEIU B 8THEBX3. M. GI.ENNAN. Owsstu ?^VTTT- cuu , ui iuN ei i in \ iiTi'?nTan 1b LARGELY in EXCESS ol any other vapor published in Baal ru Virginia. its cue-Ulan u Ol Sotrolli .m.i Portsmouth is groatsr lhau that ut auy paper published or circulate i iu the two citii j it is delivered iu tin cities ot Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbs lor iu cents a week. Mail sub' riptions, t>nt.tngo paid. Fit.- Pollar? per year; Three Dollars for ail months. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for thro-.- mouths; on i Fifty Cents lor one 3" Aoi ertisemi nts inserted at the rate of 7> Ce.sis a ButavaFii h r in-i stion; each subse? quent insertion ?< Cr.sts, or 51 ? ivr wars twi ti.o r.vrn? irrhaa uay. Oontrae tors are not allowe I to exceed ti oir spa a or advertise other than their io;:i iinate business. cNctpt by paying espeoistly lut the snme. TBK WEY.KIA VlRolNlAN AN I1 CAttOtilSIAS, eight pages. i<...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 May 1895

GnllHlfllW1 A Few Short But Interesting Local | Paragraphs. fined FOR beating HIS WIFe| Case of Sherwood vs. Seaboard Air i-ine Continued. A Small Colored Girl Committed to Jail. Con? dition of Williams Un? changed. Personal. There are uu courts in session at tins- tiruo. The ailing of the old wood dock pro? gresses slowlv. The pesky'houso fly is getting to bo Terv troublesome. There Iiuh been Heveral very benvy luRH in the past few days. Air. 0. 1*. Kdwards is critically ill at bis home ou Glasgow street. The City Council will hold their reg Olar uiouthly meeting to uigbt. it is Bald that bears uro getting numerous around Deep Greek, There are seven cases to conio be? fore the graud jury on Thursday. Mr. Charles Miuou is extremely ill it his residence ou Clifford street. A negro mau was lined $1 and coat by Justice Heynes (or beating his wife uu Sunday, . The case of blocking Union bridge will ho decided by tuo Mayor this Knorniug, The missionary meeting nt tlio South Btreet Baptis...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 May 1895

How Safe Breaking Keeps Pace With Safe Making. THE SAFE MAN WON THE BET William A. Pinkerton and Well Known Bank Officials Spectators at an Interesting Performance. Kammer, Battery, Detona? ting Caps Did the Work. Threr? men blew open a safe in broad daylight at Pullman a few days ago and escaped arrest. The job was dotio in the presence of 35 or -10 well known men, including William A. Pinkerton, bnt istoad of lodging a complaint with the 'police or even attempting to stop the performance they heartily applauded its puecc.-sful to.nniiiRtion. The job was a practical demonstra? tion by a maker of new stylo safes that tho best erf certain old style forma are apt burglar proof. Tho safe experiment? ed npou came front a bank at Efflngham, 111*., and was tho subject of an intoi estitig wagor. ?The banker suid ho could now defy the thicTcs who have on more than out occasion made rich hauls in thai local- j ity. This was laughed nt by the nevi stylo safe man, who offered to pay tht bank $...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 May 1895

AI Olio Y parket l!v Botttborn AnHoouitoJ i*rns>. >)e\v YuitK, May 8.?Money on call hnsboeu Ca v ut 11 porcent : last loan ut 1; ptr cent and clotit g offerotl at I} per ceut. Sterling y\ebani;e is oa-mr. with actual bimiuenH ia liaukers' bill, nt 487la487J tor Bi\ty days au I ?Ss/uisM, fur demand. Posted rate?, IBs* 43?i. Commercial bills, 180Ja 167. tiovern riout bond-, higher. It K stock UAilKl T?clo8ix0 UthS. American Cotton Oil. 39}; American Cot tot: Od. i for. 77; American Sugar Ketln ?,i en. Uli; An arican -'iRHr itoli uories.prof, |9P, American 't obacco, IUS|: Amoricau To? bacco, pref. 10?; Atcbisou, Topeka i.ul ?natu Ire, 5|: Baltimore and Ohio, 67; Can? ada Pacific. . 21; Chesapeake and OUio. isi: Cbteagound Alton, 150; Chicago, burling iouauuQninoy. 7t?J; Chicago Qua Trust. 7.11; Jit liiwnro and Laukawanna, ICO; Distil ?<tk and t altlu Feeders, 18J; I'rio. 12J; Kria. |ref., 2S;Oeuaral Blectrtc. 3i: Illinois Con Iral, 92; Lake la in au I Western, 20J; Lake fcrie...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 May 1895

Jas. Houlehan Advances the Theo- | . rectical Principle. - AN INGENIOUS INVENTION In Ordinary Alluvial Deposits of Gold Its Value Cannot be Overestimated. The Opinion of B Well Known Mining Engineer as to Its Future. A new theoretical principle 1? involv? ed in an inveutiou Jost pnt< uted by ; James Houlohau, :m inventor. It is that under certain circumstances gold, sil? ver, copper ami the rest of the nonmag? netic metals are attracted by an electro magnet. Up to the present time it has been supposed that iron, nickel, cobalt, maugane.-o nud chromium, with a few Of tho raw metals, were alone attracted tonmngnct, while gold, silver, copper, lead, mercury, zinc, bismuth and a few others were slightly repelled. Mr. Hou? lehan claims to have made the startling discovery that by tho use oi uu armature opposed to tho magnet theso nonmag? netic metals will he attracted instead of to polled. This fact was pronounced by Profess? or Seoley of tho patent office at Wash? ington to be a now ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 May 1895

A Small Audience Attend the Sec? ond Day's Proceedings. WHITNEY'S GREAT SPEECH He Makes a Powerful Argument in Support of the Constitutionality ot the Law Now Under Con? sideration. Attorney-Gen? eral Olncy Closes. Bv Southern Associato I Trass. Washington, May 7.?The seannd slay's proceedings, ot tue reargume?t of Ibo income tax cases boi^au iu tlio r-u I>rume Court of tbo United Slatos ut soon to day, iu tbo preseucu of a gruatly reduced andieoce <>t spectators, lawyers, as Well as the public in geue tal. Assistant Attorney General Whitney resumed bis argument in support of the constitutionality oi' the law under Consideration, Mr. Wintney argued tliat thoro wai jo settled dottuitiou of tijo word ??duty" In ttio jut isprudence ol tins country and shot the court wus left to the deliuitiou giveu to the term iu Ibo deoisiona iu previouN oases, fur guidance iu deter suiniug its meaning, Recurring them to the terra direct taxes, Mr. Whituty said that tho re seuroh li.a in by h...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 May 1895

Norfolk and Lyncliburg Play a Draw. FEW FEATURES IN THE GAME Umpire Haydert's "Wonderful" Deci? sions. Loose and Careless Play? ing by Beth Teams. Purcell Assaults a Reporter. So mmary. There was any amount of nerve ettainiug escitemeut at the hall game yesterday afternoou. tut there was precious little bail playing. To be sure the Norfolks and Lynch burgs played ten tunings to a draw, but despite the evtra inning uud even score the game was the very revel se of satisfactory. Iu the litet place it wos a game Overflowing with et t or.- und oloudod by the stupidity of mm who art paid good money t<> play ball. Both teams played I ad hail, and to add to Iho tragedy the man who tttti mpted to litu pire didn't know bis business, < Ui form the visitors out played the home xneu, luit ltiek aud the umpire were frith Norfo.k and as a result Lynch burg had to be satisfied with a "draw," MoC'reery did the pitching for Nor iolk and Gray ollioiated for Lynch burg. Cray did the best work,...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 May 1895

THE SEAT of Blclt Headache is iu the stomuoh and tbo bow els. Dr. I'ierco's Pleasant Pollots eure it perfectly. They rey ufafe tho stomach and bowels? mildly, gont ly, naturally. With these tiny Pel? lets, the smallest mude ami the plonsantest to take, the ro*8u peculiar ?trongthouing and tonic effect on the [ta? ins membranes of tlio Intestines, so that their help fasts. They prevent, relievo, and permanently euro Biliousness, Indigestion, Constipation, Eick or Bilious Headaches, Horn- Stomach. Dizziness, and overy liver, stomach, aud bowels disorder. They're gtiarnntsd to give satisfaction, or your mou sy c returned. Ono of the most difficult diseases to floal with is Catarrh. Perhaps the vnly medicine that will ours it. root und brauch, la Or. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. ?So small is t he eluinre of failure that the makers rntnrirnlr* It in. tim uon.t oiiboh. WANTKtl. ANTKI'? Uoaol in N.oi ?'. with |.ii\:oe laudly for lour months, brcluulag Ma; I il *t lie Ol 11 h|-< ? I .ll>>...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 May 1895

ESTASIAsncD l!v'5. PUBLISHED EVEBY MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. Yl H? INI AN BU1LDINO. MAIS AM? ? OMMEIP Ii ?l LtEETS. M Hl.KS NAN. 0? gfrUK OI?? LATION ?l III MAN U LAHOKI.Y IN EXCESS ol ?u> other vaoer publhdudiu Eait rn Vir in .. it* oirculatt n in Norlolk und l'orUma ith 1 isureater than that ol any papst publiaiied er circulate I in the two citiua H ii delivered m th. eitle? nf Norf,-Ii. und : Bortaironth and eub r for lu oouU a week. Mall ?ob ription?, i .?-t??? paid, i Fire Dollar* per >c<r. i h; ? c i<<diara fo fix inouihi. One l'elinr ?n,i Fifty Cent? fot thrOL- month?; an . l ifty C,:it- o. 0110 Advertiretnentf ;n-r-rt od at the rato ol '? i Dbms a Sv'Vai kKium inseiition: ?ach subse? quent intertion ?7J Ckst?, or .">1 ? i STa SfBBS xsm:< Tun eveih orur.k i?av. Contrac? tor* Bro not ?lo?r I io exceed ti etr apa e or sdtertiss other trian ibeir legitimate Pdslness, except hj paying especially for tb<' s:i:n<-. Tea YYekkiat Vikuman \m> Cauolisias, eig...

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