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From Norfolk. [our own Correspondent.] Norfolk, Jan. 15. "Do you call this money?" Leaning over the counter, a puzzled volunteer was endeavoring to reckon up the change just paid out by the sleek haired clerk Before him lay a quantity of mutilated bills, ragged and dirty pieces of paper, bits of cardboard, printed checks, a few copper pennies, milk tickets, postage stamps, and other interesting specimens of the present outrageous "coin of the realm" Over and over again the puzzled volunteer essayed to count the pile of villainous currency, and over and over again he failed to find it satisfactory — It was too much for his rustic arithmetic the problem was too difficult to solve upon only ten fingers. The bystanders laughed. The money was spread out upon a show case, as young ladies lay cards upon a table in telling fortunes, and the soldier stood before it searchingly examining every piece. "Do you call this money?" he asked, taking up a small, yellow parallelogram lo