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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 12 June 1868

ftwmt Wdvptiiiin.. &H0 Axt.i; c at**® Villi,A- M.iltNlNil,::.-::::::::::JUNl': 12, UM. t/UOAI NEWS. AiiVKnrisKiiEKTs.— The attention oj onl- rcitilcrs is called to tbe neiv airver tin ments in to-iluy'* paper. Dr. Uniriv has pone lecturing amln, and will, we hope, ho able to pay the balance due on his subtcrlptlou when he vetuniri. I'tN Ahead.—DiFf-KMiAiit aft DWokTMo* iiaii'h celebrated American atnl fturo pean Combination Troupe, will exhibit In this pace to-night, Vhakk-.—We are indebted to the Hon. Jamks Brooks, M. (1., tin- a copy of the ifrtxii'ut'iott, published in New York edited by Elizauetii Cadt Stauston and DARinit ril.l.flll'R. Cows Kn.i.En.-On Tuesday last, the Northwaul bound paßsenger train ran into a herd of cattle belonging to Capt. Thomas Shaw, killing three very line -lilch Cows. Peterson's CotsTEitFEir Det_ct»r,— This work for June Ist, has been re ceived. As its name Indicates, it furn ishes a guide to the detection of coun terfeit money, as well as fiuanci...

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. — 12 June 1868

A_BT U-ITBU. Tlie following letter, purporting to be from a very promising sprig of the rising genera lion. Just three week* old, has been h-iutled. to the editor of the Le Roy Gazelle, with the assw-Bce that it 1* genuine as well a* good which we do not presume to doubt. If any, one has a smarter baby let It bcexhlbited: Wear old uncle, Dut I'm growing, r dot oor letter. Oetttng pooty fat, My old liitiiiiiuy- Gain must twopoumlß, She ditren better; Only tink o' yat! She every day Littlefemnin blanket! Little bit stronger, WH too big before. Don't mean to he sick N urso can't pin mo Very much longer. In 'em no more. Daddy's *o fat Skirts so small, Can t hardly stagger! Baby so Ntout, Maannysay-hejlnks Had to let the plaits Too much lager! lu'cm all out. Dear little baby Got a head o' hair Mad a bad colic, Joss as black as night. Had to take tree drops And blgbaioeyea Nassy palagollc, Vat look mighty bright Tbot a dose of tatnlp. My nianimy *ay Felt worec as ever; Nover did see Shan'...

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. — 19 June 1868

Clj -I _ ati I' t ■iXfi Bi- * . * by iiAoitY * norc^ TrJiMg of A ur eiitisi no.—The r, iltowl nc are riur tcriu* of Adv-prtisliiK, whicli will, lv no t n*l*ncv, be aleparteal from : OueKiiiinrc. (hi rnii.st.i-lcs*,) l*t Insert-, SI 00 Kach*ub*(Hiiinnt Inssrfion, OM turn si|_ru. i>'inoiilb- - - 1-IKI On*»<iuara I month* .'.. kiki On*»i|ii»rc I mouth* ftiKi -u*lnit**Card«, one year, 10 00 Ttv. *i|unre*. I. uuniin*. 1',,,,, -lira- square*, 12 in-ml in - 2.5 00 Sunrtpr column, 12 month* 4000 alf column, 1J month*, „ "OOtl _nocolu_Hi, 12 month*, 12500 •*• Attvm-Um-iiii'iil* for a list, tlm* than IhiTQ month* will It* churged Io» al tho usti-, , i»l ratt*»-ono dollar ■wraqiinrnfor tlmflrKt In sertion, and Ofly _iil» lot each *übae<iueiit iBMrUon, »«_Tlio nninlH.'»nf Itißortlon*must iH'inark. oil on the inrtnuHcript, or thai ailvurtlxcmcnt will bu contiliuiai until forbid anal char_. tl fur accordingly. .Baltimore __r_. WM. ■. AIIAX*. IKTir.il A. BUUK ADAMS A 111 TH. i.-i-..iiT-u*...

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. — 19 June 1868

~0 ft 1H B1 C. H. ,»~~ FRIDAY MOHNINO,:::::::::::::JfNE 19, MB. [NEWSPAPER LAWS, Poßtma*tcrs are required to give notice by 1,-tter wheu a BUb«i-rllt,-r does not take his paper from Ihe olilce, and *W* tho reason lor It* not Ijci-ii tuken. Negleutlug to ilu so im__t_epa_t-i_.teri-_po_*l-lel-thepab jisher fan- tfic payment. Any |iai_UM what take* a paper regularly frum tin,- posit,nice, iv ht-l lier lit- lias att-*crlb ttl or not, is responsible for tlie payment of the Kllltsa-i ipliini. A iMrtrsou tirilt-ring hi* paper dlscontlnuetl must pay all arrearage*, or tlie publisher may oontinuo to Kcmi It until payment I* made, uin! colicel the ■w'holo uiuounl, whether It is taken trom the ottlce. or not. Tlio curls havo decided that refusing tv lit ku a pa pur tt ml periodical from the po*t aillit:<j, or ruiiiovlng HiiU leaving them uncull «*l for, U jiritna fucic evidence of intentional fruud. i * —■■ -ONSEKVATIVI. -TATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, COL. R.E. WITHERS, or i.) nt iibm •„. FOR ...

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. — 19 June 1868

4i»j 0 A-(;K v. II: .<rl) FHIDAY MORNINO,::::i::::.:::JCNl': 10, IS6S. LOOAL NEWS. Cam. AccurTKD.—Tho Key. HiciiAitn T. Davis has MMpted a call to St. James' Cliutcli, Leciburg, Vu.,!ini-l will take charge about the iiiijillc of J ttly. The U.NivuKsiTr.—We return our tlrnnks to the young gentlemen ot the Washington Society lor ,m invitation to atteiid their li mil celebration, on the -oth instant. IVe uave received the June ntunliei of the Southern Planter mid l-'arnicr piibllfihcil nt Kichnioiiil. It is an ex -client number of this valuable period leal. Dead.—A. It. Fu-kman. Ksr_., forma lly years agentof the Orange ami Alex anilriii llailroad Company at (lorilons vilie, and very widely nnd favorably known, died ou Tuesday night, the (_t J-iistiint, in tlie olib year of his age. Can . nn Donk.—A n editor out West rays lie would hh soon try to get to sea ou a shingle, make a ladder of fog, chase v streak of lightning through a crab-ap ple orchard, swim heels tirst up Niaga ra riv...

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. — 19 June 1868

THE FUN OF THE THING. my ___m, Who talks to me OT "giving It up," Of lying down tiespntrlug? Who say* Uie bitter In his cup Is bitter past the bearing? For mc, I feci the thing to do, (Let fate bo hard or tender,) I»—like La Garde at Watcrfoo— To die and not surrender. When fierce encounter* I liave had, Kscapos how very narrow ! My first affray was with a fad Who bore a bow and arrow, If I should ever light again That old and young offender, I *co my course before me plain- To die and not surrender. And then I ran a race to suatch A laurel from Apallo, Whom very few contrive to catch, And very many follow. Amid the throng of sons of song, The bards of cither gender— -"en yet I pant nnd limp along— To die and uot surrender. I atrovo wttli Plutns day and night, Bnt left the fray In dudgeon; And aow 1 wage a fiercer fight With Tompu*, old curmudgeon: Go on destroyer I Fbu destroy. Anil art shall bo the mender, Gray hair t I'll get a wig, my boy, Or dye nntl not surrender! Li. ..■■■■ _...

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. — 26 June 1868

by baddy • stoker. Terms of Aiiver tisin-o.—Tiie fulbtwlnn nre our iurius of Advert is**)*, wlilt-i will, in no ■ iiHlnncv, bo iVis*rtccl I'rjm : _!__._, One- BCinnre, (1() lines.(Mess,) lsl ln-PTt n,»l •»' Eachsiil-Micinent Insertion JJW Una squara niontlis, l-JJJi One S'liuire 0 months J One square 3 mouths J*] 44 Business Curds, one year rtj]* Two H(|U(ircK, 12 nninths j*. _' Three squnres, — months _}'* Quarter column, 12 months * [ HlllfCtlllllllll, 11 lllolltllH iSS One column, lit niontliK, I- * "•' Mf Atlvorliscnients lor • l."-'' U-»_ tMMt Ibree months will be obiurged for at the iimi nl rnU*_—oue dollar per Minnie tor tlu 4 first in sertion, nnd fifty cents lor-tiK.li subsequent Insertion. »» The numlierof Insertions mnst lie mark ed oil Ihe mini-script, or the advertisement will bo continued until forbid nnd charged for accordingly. gjntt.m.re ijrabe. -riIXIAM A. SHOOT. J. ItOBEKT EDMONfIS W. A. 81-OOT & CO., ."OBWABDINGAKDCOMMLSSION MERCHANTS, No. 3 King Street, Alex...

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. — 26 June 1868

drew your correspondent here and de tained hi—, so long away from his home and his duty. The desire to meet and mingle with men whose names make so great a part ol our grand Southern his tory, to rekindle the blight emotlonsot college life, to renew the acquaintance of friends made long ago and endeared by pleasant associations, to see the -glowing beauty of our Virginian mai dens, to look upon the noblest of living presences and to muse over the grass grown tomb of the mightiest of our •dead—all these combined to bring and lo IP me here. As the cares and duties laturc years Increase, It is not like hat I shall again have the opportu ' to linger so long In Lexington, and must he ray apology to your read tor neglecting my tasks editorial, eed it be said that my stay here has i most pleasant? Col. Or _r__i.i., llant soldier, diverted by the fortune ar from legal pursuits into the less active path of tho hotel-keeper, has c mc quite at home in his excellent •c, and dinners, breakfasts ...

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. — 26 June 1868

Tiussm.— Wo return our trmnki to .everal hulj- friends for nice lots of peas, beans, cic. Also, to Mr. II—U. --wiu for a large cak*e. A*oei_Tio*. —By appointnient of the Central Convocation, an Asso riatlou will be held iv St. Thomas' Church, In this place ; Services begin ning dti Wednesday Evening ,1 u]y Ist.tuul eonttnuingthroughout the week, ('ki fcy from a distance, aro expected to con duct the —eligious Exercises, ami also to preach on Sunday, July 6th. M_nu..i_ & Kkli.v otter to persons _e -Irlngtouib-stoncs Inducements which •deserve particular lUteutloti. 'I.icy are Hlieral and whole-souled men, their Work is executed in city style, aud their charges _.ro in keeping with their clmr nct_r. IVe shall be pleased to send them the orders of our friends lv this vicinity, and we feel sure that they will give abundant satisfaction. Try tlieiu. Mr. TV. U. Wh.li-ms has accepted tbe ngeucy fof this place of the Virginia Firo it Marine Insurance Company.— VTo congratulate the compa...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 26 June 1868

ii :i person i-_m a p-*— >.• •», ..." ••••- • »«•.•■-,■ ■ ■Need ■ person nsk a person how a per', knows? Is it anybody's business If a gentleman should c hooso To wall upon a lady, If the UM lady don't refuse*.' Or to gpoalr B IB_* plainer, *ilint the meaning *dl may know, Is ii anybody's buslnsss If a liUly bus a beau I Is It anybody's business When the* genUemeii should call, Or when lie leaves the lady, Or if he leaves at all? Or is it necessary That tho curtain shonld be drawn, To save from further triuiMo Tho outside lookorb on? Ts It anybody's business But the lady's, if her bean Ridos with other bulks, And doesn't let her know? Is it anybody's business But the gentloinen*B If she Should accept another escort. Where he doesn't chance to be? Is a person on a sidewalk, Whether great or whether small- Is It anybody's business Where that persou means to call? Or if you see a person As lie's culling anywhere. Is it anybody's business What his business may be there? The subs—neo ...

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. — 3 July 1868

Z_t It ali r t oit3ln i;iii . • —- BY RAUiIY A SMOKER, TiitMsol An-n-KTi^iNi;.—Thcfollowlnsaro our i.'iins of Advertising, which will, In no 1 nut-sice, Ik* tlcpiuicd lrom : ur- B*inari-, |10 liiii'Mii-li'Sß.lli.t inserl'n,?! 00 Ein-h Milwc'iiicnt Insertion, _\3u one K*|oiire; 1. months I-eiO cmc sqaal. li months, ** 00 (m_ si|i(tiri' :i months, Its) liusini-ss("arils, one your 1000 Two square*,— months ; *jOUO Tln-ce squat—*, l_ months',* '•*-> OJ u Darter cohnini, — month- -louo l.titrc.iluinn, 18 months " I _ ,l "l liiiceolumn, 1_ monthb I-HUP *«r-Atlvi-illsciiiciits Col a less time thnii three months will be charged for al tin- u**n i.l rates—one dollar per square .for the lirst In st'i'i lon, and nny .tuts for each subsequent Insertion. «•_—'henurnheTof Insert ions must be mark ed on llmilfstiuscrlpt, or the advertisement will lii- ('.(.(ii I inn it until forbid aud churgi-el for (iceordlui-ly. •WM. 11. AII.IM-. IKVINO A. B.C. ADAMS A BUCK, IHPORTEUS AND JollllElll OF €HIXA,...

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. — 3 July 1868

Postmasters are required to give notice by letter when a sabsc-ber does not take ins ( taper tram the ->ttl<-«»; ninl give the reason nr Its not being taken. Negl-ctlttg to Uo so niitkos Hit- piisl muster reKiionslblel.i Ihe pub. i-clie-r fur Inc payment. Any person who (nke-H il paper remiliirlv . ftwm'Mie I" -elollice 1 , Whether lie has subsei -ili _4 or nut, is responsible for the payment of lite subscription. A person ortlcrin. liiKpniier discontinued must pay iillarrciiriiKi's, oi-lhe pub——*.runty continue to Hcnei it until payment Is made, mid collect Ihe whulo amount, whether it In Ink.mi from flu* olllie or not. Thtt courts linvt. .Iccltlt-1 (hnt refusing t*i tdkei a paper suit iierlmlleal from the post* olll*'*', or removing and leaving litem uncall ed tor, is |.i-j»i.i (un* evidence of Intentional [niOM OL'll KPKCIAt. COKRKSniMIKNT.J l,« iliigloii, Its People, Professors, etc, Sta-STOS, .innc __, 18G8. It has been charged that Ihe people of Lexington aro not merely,...

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. — 3 July 1868

l»r. I'aiKi, Tciiiin.i. has gone to the Democratic (.'onventiou iv Kew York. ll_Fix_n.— Hell may be ilclinccl as [■ •that burn whence no traveller return-*.' Bab_-y.—-A number ol 0111 fanners tried barley this year. None Biiecced eel, aud most tailed entirely. SoMrrnixo Xkw.—The Kill lor of the Culpencr Observer Is raising frogs for ekportation to France. Ws hope our readers were satislicel with the number of errors 111 the Lex ington letler in our hist issue. We Were more than pleased. -Konoß W. Coos, ol Culpeper. do ( i tectcil iv robbing fie mails, has been comiuitti'tl le* prison in default of *.10, --000 hail. Love of dress was his ruin. — Much sympathy is lelt lor him iv (Jul- Kper. —__ IssTbVHIBbsIIS 1 Mr STANAiin haadeci •ded to pull down nearly the w hole of the 1! Jar/re editlco purchased trom Mr. Hin_x and to erect another In its stead. The architect is now at work on the plan of the new building. <. ood Coal.-.— I'roviilonco blesses the generous man. Mr. Daviii Uhaham...

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. — 3 July 1868

(food morning to you, Mrs. Smith, I've been to neighbor Morse's; l'oor lien Macbeth Is kicked to death Hy Churl.y Cannon's hunts. I thought I'd call around, you know, flut lltit'e do time to tarry, I or Susan Ann lints got a bean, And Just about to marry. A charming day to run uway, It Is so cool and shady— I s'iiobc you know that Mary Drew Hits got a little baby I Aniil*. Full and Ilufus Hull, That wero so grandly mate el, Have had a falling out, they say, Aud vow they've separated. Old Jimmy Slug—tho drunken thing— Who stole from Mr. Freeman's Aud Harry Mott—another sot— Aro dying with the tremens. Aud by the way, last Saturday, When I was out a walking, I beard that Deacon Potter's Suo Had sued old Farmer Stocking. I do not know how true It Is, But they tell awful stories, Of that affray the other day, That happened out at Morcy's, You've heard abont tho gay Whlto Fawn, And how some people praise it I I never go to any show, Or I would go to soe It I But I must go—l cannot stay— ...

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. — 10 July 1868

_ tj t fl rt 1i H t U itgtii iii n HY B.UiliV A STOKER. TriiMSdf aiivkutisim:.—Thi'dillmvliigitri' nur Icrnis <if Adverlislng, which will, In no i n-lsnce, be ile-pieri**! Hum: One Miinire. 'I" .Inesorless.) Ist inserl'n, .1 On ►_t_h subsequent Insertion Old One sqiusrs I.months, l'.uo One S'linir- <i iiit.nllis s m (me sq-__rs ::iiii.iiilis -"""O Business Curtis, tiiuytar 1(100 Twn st| tiaras, l- iminilis 'jooo Three st|titirts, I'l umiilhs J. 00 ('uiirier ceiluiuii, I. mouths moo llnlfeoliiinn, I- nmliths 700(1 One colinnin, I'l inimtlis liilK) £_.'AilverliseiiienfK fur it lesH time than three months will lie charged fer nt (lit- usu al rales —tine dollar nersiiuure lor (he (list In sertltin, nnd fifty cents lur each subsequent insertion. • n. The mini ncr of Insert lons must be mark ed on the manuscript, tn the advert—e_ie—l will be continued mil 11 forbid ami charged for iieeieirdiugly. Dalttuiorc it tube. WM. 11. AIIA.MB. lIIVINIi A. HUI K. ADAMS & 111 < li, I M CH...

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. — 10 July 1868

During a recent visit to Lexington, we went out one evening to see the Vineyard of Mr. Pbkstoii Davidson.— This vineyard is some three or four mileß from the town, lias a fine exposure on the side ofa very bold lilll, from the summit of which there is a magnificent . View of that lofty, broken and gloomy range of mountains, which separates Amherst from Kockbridge, and contains about 7.000 vines, newly planted and in a flourishing condition. Mr. Davipson Is well .atislied with tlio progress he is making, and announce!, to us his inten tion of plaining iv all 50,000 vines. That night we passed at Col. Lous Davidson's, when we were treated to an nbutidance of Catawba wine, one year old, made by a gentleman ofthe neigh borhood. "Quito a party was assembled ou thetxecasion, and tl c Catawba was Voted excellent by all Who tried it.— Capt. 0-.tl_f_.lf of Prussia, who is famil iar witli winesof all sorts,declared that it tasted to him like "mother's milk."— Capt. Lewis Z. of Balto. & Oh...

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. — 10 July 1868

I.oo_ Oit roll Maii Docs.—., coloreil buy niiined U*t WM bitten in Cliar-I *ottet=ville, tlictitbei'il.'i.V, by n mad iiog. Obanui: Si'itixiirt—Will nu one p-ivo lis a descriptioli of the Until iv the Oriing. r'p.llig- ne t _*___ Down.—The old residence on Mr. W. 11. Ciui'Mtx's: bc.iutil'iil lot fronting the railroad. Hksicnkh.—Capt. Tom Pkvto- litis re .igued bis position aa jailor, and flic du ties arc now di.ahtl.geil by Deputy blieriir, J* Hi itot^i_t.ivii._ti *leV. T. M. Causon has we lcntn.dc ciincil leecntly three ill Hi! rout calls to KentMCky. Hi* congrcfthtlon Wniilil be •xoeedlngly unwilling tv ptttt witii liim. • IVantkd at this Orrie ►:.— A boy to roll one day in the week. One who will attend regularly nnd work faith lull-. will be well paid. Apply ltame 'Vmtely. _____ Kxc_l.l.-NT ArrolSTtlKNT.—l'lljlf. It. M. Hri.i.T bus been appoint, il Depot Agent uf the Orange Kiiilroad f'ninp.t ny, at tfordunsville, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. I*'iu:i.max. (loon ...

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. — 10 July 1868

WHAT THE GIZZARD Ol* THE YOUNG MAI SAID TO HIS FRIEND WHO HAD JUST BEE! KICKED. Tell rae not—you can't deceive me— "Love is but an empty dream;" Yon had better far belteve me: Women are not what they seem. Love Is real! Love Is earnest! J-pooneyfsm's not the plan— "Pup thou art, to pup returneat." Was not spoken of a man. O'er the flirt s broad field of battle, In the oft-tried fltght of love, Be not like a baby's rattle; Be an eagle tot your dove. Trust no female howe'er pleasant; Let the spooney heed her vows ; Hug—kiss—ln the living Present I Never minding Future rows! Lives of flirts do all remind us We can have a first rate time; Or, rejected, leave behind us— (Here I cannot make a rhyme.) Something, that some poor green devil, Pitching ln where we have tried— fSome poor fool whose head's not level— t-Jeelng, takes her tor his bride. Let us then go ln for lying With a heart for any fate; And while for answer we are dying, Make it pay It we must wait, _* He Is never alone who Is...

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. — 17 July 1868

_rt iiA.fnv a sroii:n. _____ * TSKMSO*- AIIVEKTI-1.-ll.—The foil,,wlllg lire car terms of Advert islng, which will, in no ■ nstsnc., lie departed from : nnesiiiiure, (lOllncsor less,; Ist Insi-rt'n. .1 no Encbsui-teqiifiit Insertion 0.-i one square 1. months l.nn l)neS.i(Bre"ei inoiitbs SOU One Bqiiarc ,1 inoiitbs *, n. nnslncss C-inls, one year HIOO TwoMl'iares, l'.inniitlis _(100 Three -e.iuu-cB, li! inotitlis,„ _.. 00 Uusrle-r coluiiiii. 13months moo llslfeoluniii. I*. mouths 7(H«i one column, I*l imintlis I__(A) 4_i-Advertlsuiiii'iifß for a l.'ss time then Ihn** months will be ehnrgi'd for nl tbe u*ii sl rates—one tlnllur persoiuire lor Ihe lirst ln atfrilt.n, ninl llfly cents fur ench subsequent Insrrliitli. t_.s_.Tl>'* number of Insertions must be tnark odon the mnmiscrlpt, o, tin- nil .crtlscmenl will lit-...nt liiue.l until forbid and charged for accordingly. J-ItlmtHi* if rait. , .-..... ..*__-»_ —-. WM. n. HUMS. IRVINCI A. lire — .lUUIS __ lll't'H, l-tPORT-RS AMI! loiui...

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. — 17 July 1868

THE lU-lW Isss. TH CAKDIDATSS. t ondonsod into a few words, which, j however, give tho prist of its subject mat ter, the platform does this: It denounces negro suffrage; W*nU one currency for all, demands payni. Nt „f the bonds iv greenback.*! and he tot- , i , ofthe boitils. ravorij a fevenue ..riff and the sale, o the £*« kndoriei AsiM-W Jonaiost. Demands _ ,'estv tor all peUtkal o lonics .in.l the regulation ol the francuse b. ft he respective -.fates. Pendleton I lluan ctal theory is endorsed. The address concl.idos as follows- | I'lion this Platform the ivmoeratlc j I arty appeal to-svery patriot, including i II the conservative elementl and all „, c-do to support Ihe Const lulion d restore tiie Union, forgett,"» a a.t differences of opinion, towtof*™ j ItaMta? '*o Ml I „eh. to whatever party they may mm .eretoto-e belonged, *c •»«•»« "* j i.dit band of fellowship, and hall al '~';,, with IU ai friend, and ,r ..V.no"Vatic papers applaud th. plat f.irn. very highly- The National...

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