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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 8 May 1868

8, ISU-. T" ""local "news. Wo-B THAN BLCB MASS.— UoSton, >la« 9. _ iHCBEDIBLI! Jt-X MIXOU ISoTTB lias wi-itttn a letter to n white man. Jer.— We have a 'Niimhcr One liar- i tier in town. Life ;.ind heard will no longer be a burthen here. That llolb near Mrs. Mn.naaD Tay mik's- that horrible hole shoiihl be till ed up without delay, (or it is danger ous. Whose business is it to attend to . It? Wazk Up, people of Orange ! You kre hardly alive yet to the enormities of the Negro Constitution. Read it carefully, ami yaur blood will boil with Indignation. Key. W. B. Dinwidpik has been ap pointed, by the rrcshytciy or West Hanover. Ministerial (JommlS-ioner to Hit General rouierencc which meets lv IJaltioiore the last of this month. Ths Nkw Eclbctic, for May, is a cap ital number. No better magazine in tho whole country. Send $1 to Tiuk- Bii.t. & a-Uni>ocn, Haiti norc, and get it, aud thank us tor telling you lo do so. A Bask llai.i. (.'i.rn will bo organized ut Oraugo Court Hous...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 8 May 1868

-Pncttral. OOR LADIES A3 WORKS OF ART. Professor Winston's lecture on Ibis subject Was delivered lo a good audience of ladies and Kentlomcii, antl bounding in strokes of satire ami lively hits nt the foibles t.r the ftiir bex, received many demons! rations of appro* val. The recitation or the tallowing original Verses formed an Interesting it .dure of the entertainment, and was received with loud upphiusc: CHARGE OF TIIE DIIESS IIItKI.MIE. Half a leugue, half v 1. ay tie, half a league roarwartl, Right through the mire nnd dirt, Much to its beauty's hurt, lhragg'd the rich silken Bkirt, Haifa league reurward. Hall a peck, half a peck, half a peck, fully- Hirsute and woolly. Right In to the liquid air, Uose up the pile of hair, From other lieu.ls stinibrcil. Nobly astraddle on it, Hoi Ie the brave lionnet— Rode, though tt wondered. Curls to the rigt of it, Curls to the left It, Curls to the rear of it, Curls that were plundered. What though men shout "O ! fie I" "Our fortune's you hn...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 15 May 1868

tijt gntihc Sirginiin. BT BAQBY A BTOPER. mm ef Adtsbtisiso.-Tlio follow'"* »"> terms of Advertising wlilch will, In no snee, lis departed from : . ... sausre. (IU lines or less.) Ist insert'n,sl 00 Insertion 0 30 On* square 12 mouths U U0 Otis square • months SOU On, square .-Isiouths. »00 bSsssW* one year 10 Wl Two sn««r«. U Months, » W Krosiqasres, I»months. .-. »00 Sarter aslaiM. UmsuUis. jOOO Jk.irrvlaais. Umouths _ 70OU mouths... - ...1» 00 „ AdTertlsrnii'iils far a less time than fere* months will lie elinrged for at tho usu __\ ___Km—on. dollar persouare fur theflrstln •srflou and lift*' eeuta far earli siilthrquenl Tasertlon. •B-TtisusmbersflnscrtlommustlisHiarh oAom the manuscript, or the advertlseiuen will b» rr.mli.iwl sntll forbid and charged tor aoo»rdl»tly. ___ flgiitimort i. rubs. L M. ADAMS. IBYIWO A. BUCK ADABI A, BUCK, fKroaTBM ASI. JOBHBBS or M, GLASS AM pESSWABE, . aho iikai.kiw ia LAM'S, CnANDEDIEKS, COAL OIL, As ia. 337 Baltimore S«r«««, tl And H German Str...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 15 May 1868

~~OBANUE C.H : ~~ FRIDAT ■OM<IHQ,:t:::r:::::::::VAY it. IM. IIWIPIHR LAWS. Ifpootmasters are rcqaireU to ajiva tintiw> by letter when a •absciiber aom not take bis paper t>u« tbe anlocr aaO «iti* Id* tomtom f..r tuaot twine Uik..n. Me»iectla** ta 0o»o mak<ten>e*octniaafer retrpotisibleto tbe (mb iJihcr for the nmyiaa-nt. - Anrr perooo wlio takes • !>»r*r regularly ■ ro aa saw postoffloa, whexber l.c B*uis«iiscr)Bi ed or not, la -MpOnalble for M>« nay meat car tlie nbcarlptloa. Jl ■araqn ai-derlac; bla paoer 41«ooatlnueA must pay all amou-ase*, or the jra.il latier lacy eontlnna to ac-ad It aatil payment la made, »v« ccllout tbe whole amoant, waeiber It ia tejk.au rruta tbe tiftiite or net. -The co-arts have dftetfletl that Tefbaln** to taken papera,id perlodlcrl from the piiat ortlre, aw rmtn'niauil lecTlßf tha*n cnaall cai for, lepriauji'ocie evidence of intentional franc. COKSERtATITI STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, COL. R. E. WITHERS. Or Lyurhbiir*;. FOR UEUTENAN...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 15 May 1868

ITBIDAY MORNING,n::i=::;i:MA> 16, IWB. * LOOAL NEWS. Attkhtion.—VVc call attention to the Advertisement of a Hnssell Mower In another column. Ths HoiEte—Mr. Yates has gone to = purcliase furniture fertile Exchange '_ Hotel. He will keep it as it oti/fht to he V«Pt* __ Tsuin Detained.— The mail train due , here at 1.45 P. M. on Wednesday last did not arrive until 8, P. M. In con senttence of a land slide on the road South of this place. I i Oekkkaj. Settlement.—There seems * to be a growing feeling that thejtime liaseomo to give up the old Orange plan of never settling nccounts, and adopting the sensible mode of a general settlement at least once a year. Wbiat.-lii Orange as in Culpeper j the Wheat is look! ng unusually well.— J In Louisa also there is promise of a i large crop. But you can tell little or nothing about wheat tell It is in the bag nnd weighed. Pitt's, Thbkbhino Machine.—We in vite the attention of our fanners to Mr. Routt's advertisement. This Drill is [ universall...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 15 May 1868

(composkd cntrneH.) TO A YOUNG LADY OF ORANOE. by tr. w. w. Ah I turn away and hide your pretty face, la pity do, Lest I, while kneeling In this sacred plane. Adore bat you. By*, tho' 1 I strive my thoughts abovo to lift, Pou are so fair, That, when I look In to your eyes, I drift _*. To Heaven there. Ah I why do you disturb tho deep devotion That underlies My earnest prayers, by such a flashing mo tion Of your bright eyesT Aa though you did not know my soul needs saving, Or, did not care, So, only, that you set my mind to raving On your fair hair. . Alas, I look upon you in this place, At fearful cost, .For, thinking only of your heavenly face, I shall be lost. And will you woep when lam law away, ( Down, down below? Or, will you toss your pretty hood, and say, t "Well, let him go: i •'Thero's other hearts as true, that I mny win - On any day. And which to gain me wouldjiot cure if sin , Lay In their way," i At least, I pray you, h ide those brilliant eyes, i While yet there's time...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 22 May 1868

lit i: ■ til-1 Virginian. BY BAGBY * STOFER T»l-rt«f lli nil 11 nil 11 Tk ii full iis lii|i. inn Mr lariae ef Advertising which will. In no InsteuM, ha departed from: On* iK|o»re, (10 Un-sar !«•*,) Ist 00 Ca*-*aba«qiieut Insertion IIU One *uuare 12 month*. 12 00 B_o(quar« I month* _ _ tOO netquarr I month* 600 Rvalue** Cfcrda, euu rimr, 10 00 Two «i»»r*e, UaaonUii 30 00 rturo* cqaorea, 11 mou the » _..„... 26 00 BBarter8 Barter eolaaut, 12 manMia, 40 oo »lf reluaia, 13 month* 79u0 *_eeul.BUi, MiuoiiUie, 123 00 tnr a las* time than three meatka will bo charged for at the u*a al Mitw»—one dollar pernqunre.fer the first ln •erllon, and Oftfi osuki far each subsequent lenorUoa. aa.TlieanntMroflauiertlaiuimuctbainnrk ed ob the manuscript, or Owe adrertliutment willbecoiitlii.ed until forbid and charged or «*c*rUi»Kly. Baltimore Cards i». I. aoam. irtiko a. buck ADAMS & BUCK, * UnMSltw AXO JIOBIIRHB or CDIXA, 6LASS AND QUEEXSWRE, A«B OBALERa IK ULVtTH, CHANDELIERS, COAL OIL, t*+ Mo, S...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 22 May 1868

Native Virginian ~~Orange C.H:~»~—- Kiuuar MfMl■ I ■<■_ifwßßiiuatiT 22. UN. IBWtTAPICn LIWI, are required to glee notice by letter when a subscriber docu not take his paper Cram the •(See; and give the reason fur lUaot being taken. Neglecting to do so 141 tk«* the poetmostor responulble to the pnb £ig)Ujr for the payment. ' Any person who take* a paper regularly frua* the postofllce, whether fie has subscrib ed ur not, 1* responsible for the payment ot tlie subscription. HA person ordering hi* paper discontinued uiust pay all arrearages, or the publisher may ooutlaa* to aeud It until payment Is made, *u| collect the whole amount, w-otber It 1* luK.jj from the office or not. 'fa* foarto have decided that refusing to lake a paper and periodical from the potrt ofllee, or removing and leaving thorn uncall ed tor, is prima fami evidence ol Intentional l*»ud. CONSERVATIVE STATE TICKET. FOB OOVERNOB, COL. 11. E. WITHERS. Or Lj ■« _ibur». l"OB LIBUTEKAUT COYERHOB, GEN. JAS. A- WALKER. or...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 22 May 1868

|« ORANGE ('. U : *$ PRIMAY MORNING,::::::::::::::MAY il, MM. ; LOCAL NEWS. AVk Htva hail liiiiili wet. Fukn_v'u resigned, nnd to aro we. M4KaiAui: Is a lottery; Kin_;lo lile a . lot-awry ; oftentimes a lot o' rye. '• Didn't something happen 111 Abyssi nia a little* while ago? What wus it? '•The Mkbby, merry month of May.*' ' Hal lia! Ua ! •■(Jeiillo Hpriug." You git eoutl Tiikbs wis a mule In ou i Saturday forty-six years old, and many * two leggtd nssee teu years older. Col. R. li. WiTiitiis, the ehoseti leaj- Ulr ofthe Conservatives, ami nther emi nent mon will address the people ot this County on Monday next, Court-day. Sotrru-i.L has had the toothaclie Iroin j cold, aud writes n colniiiii-loug leader i ahout It. Hcsitlt of sleejiiii(; by him- ' k self lor fifty yeare. .Serves hiui right. Mirnomir.—There is no such paper as the "Orange Virginian." If our tonteui- j porariea will miscall us, why let it he tho "Virginia Orange." Wo prefer , that. ■ • c Tvs Commercial AnvkinTisKii ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 22 May 1868

(roR THK NATIVB VIIIUIMAW.) PLOWPIKTS PERDITIOH.-A JPBEVISION. BY KLUTZ. Wfion PfoWpfnt dlod he went to ly—*, With a lordly strut and a simper, And he entered the gates with a hoavy swoll t Without a tear ur a whimper. A confident man was Plowplnt bold, Ho looked like a saint, not a sinner, Who hod merely stepped In out of the cold. To hike a drink or a dluuer. His noso was red nnd no was his £ice. The flames he approached were not redder, For no pallid ghost was he In disgrace, And tho' dead, he was still a doad-hcudci'. Ho called for tho devil—the devil appeared; 'ihey shook hands In a cordial manner; And If either, 'twos surely the devil was scared To meet his rival planner. "I've merely called in ns a matter of form," Said Fruncl*, cx-Otihcrunlorial, 'To pay my respects and take a warm, While you glance at my memorial." The devil looked wiso and put on his specs, And then through the paper lv. hurried, Wkllo Francis rattled his through baggage chock*. To show that ho was not at ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 29 May 1868

C.i f ittiht otrgi it ta it. BY BAQBY * BTOKER. Term* of An VEBTrsi no.—The fol lowl ng are our term* of Advertising, whteh will, In no 1 iiMiiue.', be departed from : One square, (111 lines or lens,) Ist Insert'n.Sl 01) Eaehsnlise<i_ent Insertion noil One *quar* 12 months j^qu Onraquare 8 months HUD One *quare liMiouths sijU Ilii*liip*aC-rd«, one year loin) Two square*, 12 inontli*, aiOO Tliree squares, 12 mouths, ,' 2-5 Oil Quarter column, 12 mouths .40110 llalfjuoluiuii, 12monlhs w 70OU One column, 12 mouths .I'^iOU 4WAdv*rtlsemeiilK for a less tlm# than I tart* month* will be charged for nt the usu nl rut.-*—on tf dollar persqimrefor the tlr-d in serilon.aiid lifty cent* for each subsequent Insertion. ♦S -The number of Insertions must lie mnrk edon the manuscript, o, the advertisement will b« continued until forbid and churned or accordingly. * _fc[tiraat( itar&s. WM. 11. ADAMS. IBVINU A. UUCK AOAIIS & KECK, 1.-I'OHT-K.S AND JOIIIIKHS or IffllXA. 6L4SS A.\D QLEEXSWRE,...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 29 May 1868

Hafifo Wfigflittian, * ■ ...-.- ....„__■■.,__>, .. , _,—. "wOEAKGIi C.Him ritiDAr MTT-Hmra M_T »■ isss. IMWSWHKR LAWK. Postmasters are required to give notice by Wtl«r wlien a subscriber doe* not Uike hi* Sapor from the office; and give the reason >r IU not being taken. Neglecting to do so mute* the postmaster responsible to the pub lisher for the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly Irons the postofnee, whether he has sub-crll> •d or not, 1* responsible for the payment of the *ab*erlptlon. ||A pot-mi ordering hi*paper discontinued mast pay all arrearages, or the publisher may oiutlaue to send it until payment 1b made, •nt collect the whole amount, whether It 1* taken from the oil ice or not. 'the oourte have decided that refusing to take a paper and perlodioal from the post offloa, or removing and leaving them uncall ed for, \mprima facts evtdence of intentional fraud. COIfSERYATIYK STATU ThS_T. FOlt OOVERIfOIt, COL. R. E. WITHERS. • I _-.vnc_tbt.rg. FOR LIKUTBN...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 29 May 1868

T r in ir « _rnr*»nn —i —iiinweiia ftftftef cßgfltitiatt, &$ ORANGE C. II: *_TS> frRIUAY MORNING,::::::::::::::MAY 20, IMS, LOCAL NEWS. New Adv_ktis_m_ntb.—We call special attention to tlie advertisements ef Messrs. Scott & Dilwoktii, Snowdkn Yates, and John'H. Huktkh. Also to tlie re wat d for n lost dog. Memorial Association.—All friendly to the formation of a Memorial Associ ation in this place are politely and earnestly requested to assemble iv the Court House this, Friday, evening, at U o'clock. A lull attendance is desired. M Atoxic—The attention ol the mem- i bers of Independent Orange lodge is called to the notice in to-day's paper.— i This is the meeting for the annual elec tion tf «_-cers, and it is important that ercrjr member should be present. A Special Meetino ot the Presbyte rians will take place InUordonsvillcon thi«|Friday,evening. Rev. Mr. PoLtrXI ▼fill preach. Services will be held on j Saturday at 11, A. M., again in the even ing, and at the regular ho...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 29 May 1868

fWfic&t. MAIDEN'S LEAP TEAR FSALM OF LIFE. Tell me not in Idlejingle, "Marriage Is an empty dream 1" For the girl Is dead that's single, And girl* are not what they Bcem. Life Is real I life is earnest! Single blessedness—a fib! "Man thou art, to man returnest!" Has been spoken of the rf b. "Life is long, and youth is fleeting, And our hearts, though fight and iray, Bttll, like pleasant drums, are beating Wedding marches on the way. Lives of married folks remind 11a We can live our lives as well, And.Mepart ing, leave behind us Such examples as shall "tell." bach examples thr.t another. Wasting time in Idle sport, A forlorn, unmarried brother Seeing, shall take heart and court. - Henpecked—oats. - An ill bred man—a sick baker. , Spruce Bier—a new hearse. A paradise for rats—Nor-way. A drop too much—the hang man's. T. glit pants—Asthniatical breath ings. Is a maid in male attire a self made man ? The soi'g ofthe billiard ball—OU carom me back. What ship has two mates and no capta...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 June 1868

BY BAGBY * STOKER. Tsaissof Anvr-BTisiNO.—The following are our term* of Advertising, which will, In no I nsinnce, be depnrted from : One square, (10 llnesor less.) Ist lnscrt'n,«l 0(1 £aehsubsequent insertion O.VI One s.piaru 12 liionth* „ 12 yy On* square 0 mouths, .' k ihi Onewquare H mouths, 50q Bu*lnesK Cards, one year, 10 m) Two square*, 1_ in..nil is 2000 Three squares, l_ month* li'iOU Ouarter eolumii, 12 month* .1000 Half column, 12 mouth* 70 on One column, 12 month* ...US 00 4VAdvertisement* for a less time than three month* will lie charged for at Uie usu al rates—one dollar per square for the first In- ' serllon, and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion. ».-The numberof Insertion, must lie mark ed on tlie manuscript, oc the advertisement will lm continued until forbid and charged or accordingly. • SJaltimare Curbs. U«. 11. AJIAIU. IHVIMQ A. Ul'L'K ADAMS & 111 C K. lMl'oltT_KN AMD JOIIIIKKS or ] Cll_f A, 6L4SS A.\D ULEEXSWRE, AWD nr.AI.KKS IX LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 June 1868

-~««obange c. u.,~~~ FB-DAlf MORNING,:::::-:-::::: JUNE fi, IHSS. 11-WRPAP-R Ltm. Postmasters are rciiulreil lo Hive notice by letter when a subscriber doe* not take hi* paper from the office; anil nvfl the reason for Its aot belnj? taken. Neglecting to do so makes the postmaster responsible to the pub lisher for the payment. Any person who take* n paper rCKUlarty from the po*tofnce, whether lie has subscrib ed or not, I* responsible for tho payment of the *«bKcrlptlon. A per»o_ erdering his paper discontinued imistjMfcaM nrreiirstrps, or t lie publisher may send It until pnyroenl js ireele, mi 4 tMrit the whole amount, whether it I* taken from the office or not, Th* courts have decided that refusing to take a paper and perkxlieal from the post ottlce, or removing anil leaving them uncall ed for, Is prima facie evidence of Intentional fraud. *ar__SH§H_S!B , _"S_B_B«fl^~"sSW""«HS!™"— ~ CONSERVATIVE STATE .TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, COL. 11. E. WITHERS, Ol I_yurlibrir_:. FOR LIEUTENANT GOV...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 June 1868

(£»}ORAMiK (. II: Vii FRIDAY _IORNINO,:::::::::::::::JUNK 5, IW, LOCAL NEWB. Acceptkd.—Tlie poem ecnt va from lJellevuo School. Trcs« Office.—Wonder if Mr. Van p-usiFT has forgotten his promise about our charming little ticket ofHcc? NkwGoobs.— It. ti. Ecklojf hilKjllSt received a supply of nice goods, suited to tho season. Advertisement next week. Tobacco.—ll any of our Orange farm ers are htguialng again to cultivate To bacco largely, belitmn,' there its money in it. A Pa»s_Nuf.r Cak attached to the freight train would be a great accomo dation to the people alonu; the road.— Everything ought not to be sacrificed to through travel. Tire Sheriffalty.—As yet Mr. Hoacii kolds his place, Faukow not having suc ceeded in obtaining surety. Our peo ple like Mr. Roach, aud will be sorry to part with him. CousTRT BoASiir.as.—l'ersons in the country adjacent to this village who wish to take boarders can lie.tr of some thing to their Interest by applying at this ofDce. lloos.—We wish our frien...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 June 1868

TH* TWINS, In form and feature, face and llm'j, I grew so like my brother, That often folks took me for him, And each for oue another. It puzzled all, both kith and kin; It reached a dreadful pitch; For one of us was born a twin, And not a soul knew whicli. One day to make the matter worse, Before our names were fixed, As we were being washed by nurse, We got completely mixed. And so you see by fate's decree. Or rather nurse* whim— My brother John was christened "me," And I was crlstened "him." The fatal likeness ever flagged Our footsteps when at school, For I was always getting flogged If Johu turned out a fool. In fact, year after year, the same Absurd mistake went on, And when I died the neighbors came And buried brother "John." New name for a fog—the air ap parent. All nature is up in arms; the very grass is shooting. The South is compared with an e KK—white with a yolk to it. An early spring—jumping out I of bed at five o'clock in tlie morning. "I a-u transported to see you." ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 12 June 1868

BY BAGHT * HTGFER. TatiK* "f APV_BTiaimi.—The toWfewln«»ri our tio-nlB of Ailvertialnst, >ifl»ell will, 111 nc instance, lie depiirted froi,, ; fine »o,uure, (111 lines or hasi.) l"t Inscrt'n.tl 0< i_wh*iih«e<iiicni 1,,hhi(;,,,,, OSi fins ■(piuro li months 12is imssi|iuire li months s (« ,hK-».|Uioe :{ umuliis H , SQ( _rtu*ln«s» Curds, woe year, Ift fl|] 1v» *quares, l_- months, ...,....,., ~„;.'. ii (Si Three *a|uures, 12 ut0nUi5,....,.'..',..'..'...'.....„'. 25uti Quarter eolninn, 12 inonttis loot! Half column, li months 7U (IU (Uno column, Vi monllis, Vi~>% SftT Adrsrtlwments f<|r * less time than fhree month* will lw chained for at Ihe 11*11 f\ rates—one dollar pers.jiu_ro.lair the tirst In sertion, aud fifty cents for each *übsrqueut jlssertlon. » _.'!-lienuni_«r of Insertions must immnrk ,',l 0,1 the ninnusai'ipt, or the sdvertlsetuent »tll Iw continued until forbid and ,li„,», ,| for accord)H_[||r, -.-_-.» — 1 •Sitltimort <T-rbs. WM. ■. ADAMS. lliriso A. BUC...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 12 June 1868

■■_ _ — _ _ ______ ~~0 RANGE C. II .yf'" t: -.IIIDAY MOKNINU,:::::::::::::.IUNK 12, ISW. MBWSfll'Ka L.AWB. Postmasters are roimlreil to k lvb notleohy inter when a subscriber doe* not lane ins nuper from the office, ami Rive Ihe reason f>r lta not belns hiken. Neglecting to .luso iimkais the post master responslbleto the puD- Jishwrfor the payment. ~,„.,,. *Any person who take* » paper Mgularlj from Ihe poatofflce, whether fie has suhwrlb od ur not, N responsible lor the payment of _*!*' St* I IMCfi til tl ,: 1 ■ ] A. person orOerliiK hi* paper. (Wsoaiiitjnuetl tnusVpi.v all arrearages, 01 the publisher may oooUii-e to send It until payment i* male mud collect the whole amount, WUether.lt 18 £3rV. h^VM^Ac take a pap»r ai/it pVrfoirWil from the post oll<*. or wfmyrtag aii.Ueavliiglhem ■neaU • I for, 1* vrtHh facte eviilencu of Intentional li aud. STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, _X)L. R- E. WITHERS. Of Lynchburg. FOR LIKUTBNAMT GOVKRMOR, EN. JAS. A- WALKER. Of PmlbmUl. FOR ATTORKKT ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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