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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 25 September 1868

-**■- — -— 1 Ni.w AnvKiiiisKiiKMS might always to .be read -iirel'ully. They arc important and generally the most Interesting part Ofthe paper. Lost at the hop ou Monday night, a ItiVa ear-ring. The Under will be suitably rewarded if he leaves it at this Cilice. WnAT Was It?— A Gordonsville correspondent wants to know what it was that frightened us so iv the meadows nt Mr. Cowahuin's, and suggests that it was strong' sulphur water. No, it wa'tit. CO-I'LIMKNTII).— Mllj. 1 lot'slMN Of tile Fiiieastleilera.il may teel proud of the compliment paid 111- paper hy the Mew Eclectic. The Eclectic copies none but tlie best articles. *N'kv Stoki.s. — Mr. IV.. Smith has opened a new store opposite the Post Cilice, and Cain. Tom I'kyton will soon open mother m tlie old Com t House.— Orange, wo repeat, Is going ahead. Fakkwii.i. Skrmon.—Rev. W. S. Gilman ofthe Mexican Embassy preached his f.rewell sermon at the Rowling Giseti ou the Until instant. Theoe-a-sion is said to have been truly all'ectin...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 25 September 1868

That tall youtiK fellow's here to-day 1 I wonder what's his name I His eyes are fixed on our pcW-~* Ho look at Sally Dame 1 Who Is that lady dressed in green? It can't be Mrs. Leach— Therc'B Mrs Jones with Deacon Giles! I wonder If he'll preach. Lend me your fan—it Is so tvarlu; We both will sit at prayers— Mom nil,,- liecomes the widow Ames— How Mary's bonnet flares. Do look at Nancy Sloper's veil, Its full a width too wide— I wonder if Susannna Ayres Appears to-day as bride. Lord! what a voice Jane Bloc has got— Oh! how that organ roars— I'm _wl we've left the singing scats How hard Miss Johnson snores I What ugly shawls are those In front? Did you observe Ann Wild? Her newstaw bonnet's trimmed with black, I guess she's lost a child! I'm half asleep—that Mr. Jones, His sermon's are so long— This afternoon we'll stay at home, And practice that new rong. Men ol feeling—Pickpockets. People who catch at straws— cobbler drinkers. When is a grocer like a highwayman . When lie lies in we...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 2 October 1868

C-Al_-li ■-» -j-i-t-l 1.1 •»■ 1 ■*-»••> IMIMIHTKIIH AM) JOItIIKKS OF DRUGS, IT. TP. Corner 1.1-jUt and I.omuard Sl« BALTIMORE. -pROI'RIKTORS of st : ll * l ,°VV i ,-;\ 1 . , _r. A dyne. Cherry Kxi*-***tomilt.W«Mi*r A I*t« rh_ iCordi„l,siai.l.-r-sD.-.C V .pni'.uisN\o Mixture, Horrl. Tonic or l-'-ycia nl •>«• lure Nlmmos Mixture. Vv right'- Won xluir. V-ilpl" « VtmttMa Pl"* Cli___»t oca Cream. November U, IW. Boyd, Pcurre A. Co., J__l_RTKl_ INH WIIOI.KSAI.K nKAI.KIW I* (.LOTUS, CASSI_.KB.SS, (iattuctH, Eolloiiutles, uiid Fancy Dry Goods Ho, ti, Hanover Sire*., B A I.T I M 01 _, HD. A. M'l-KNllltKK DOrD. AHMKAT l-HAHRK. • LIVKR H. I-KAHIIR. JSOTomlxil- It, ISo7.—ly. oAta jf'-)-. - 5 5" ■» o1!s c. LAWRENCE 0. DIET/ & CO., ■wand-Ito West Baltimore street, lietiveen Howard and 1.i1..-i ty streets, II V I,T I M 0 R E, M D., NOTIONS, HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS, Mtattonei-y, Perftiiuerj", trU RNIMIIINi; GOODS, I'OMDS, *-<-~ Ac. jj. w.—Not to he undersol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 2 October 1868

FKIDAV" MORNINO,:::.*<:::O_rOBER 2. I**B. M-: WSI-APKU LAWS. Fostmasters arc required to give notice by letter when a subscriber doe* not take his paper from the office; nnil give the rmwiii lor Its not being taken. Neglecting to do so makes tlie post master responsible to the miti..sbei tor the payment. Any person who take* v piipcr reaularlv f■ "in tbe poMiofflcc. whether he b>i»siil.-c load or not, Ik i-ca-joniiililv for the puymenl o," the subscript ion. A person nriii.ring Ills paper discontinued must pay all arrenrnKcs, or the publish, may continue to scnu It until payment is made and collect the whole amount, whether 11 is" tliken troin the ofliee or Dot. The courts have decide.! that refusing to lakea pnpcraiul periodical from the poutoffice, or removing nml leaving them uncalled ror, is _»■(»!« Aic.c evidence of Intentional fraud. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PlH>'Sl].K_*T, HORATIO SEYMOUR, or __ew York. i-'im vici--i'uesiiii:.\t, !FRANCI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 2 October 1868

X xtttbi-ENT.-Tl'*- Enquirer"* arrangement ol Stat- **"*•• ri_2nrs_s»_»» |f » , »y i,,to tue btraw ' ,„ ,'. IV business, -eligible man. v , ETAN inuT _ _T-TB Joubsai.. —All inmls arc secretly hard at work, niovlua tlii* l paper t0 Kichniond. cjmt lUTrTPAPKB.-Brother Con- ,.*<, se Chtislian Observer. Contents ,-ood and printed c.leiirly on the Sinooth\%t, wliitcstjiapc^ltijlu^ti'tc. I- BW (iooi,s.--Bcuj. Boae ha* received id bran new stock of good*. He „_„ to buy any i|U:.nUty of feathers, ve.'tlseineiit iiextJve*fc-_ r„_. law* «* the -'-*i- ti9t c:,urcl ' 1 -~11 rcfiei-hini-iits at night during , Circuit Court, to raise money ior (ing a debt due cdrthelrChurch. I'ub RE9Ci_T.-I-asrwcek we asked r subscriber* earnestly and respectIv to pay us some money on Court ■*. Cue 1-ne man responded. I'm org.—A *-_"**lHt#n- of soldiers pass--1 ere early Monday morning on the ry to i.tinessee. The ollicei. had •li- wives and children with them-raiaiic-it occupation. [IrKNUON'-Ti-i-i. i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 2 October 1868

A CHINESE LOVE SON-. Chin Sun, of Mr. Burllt_gaa*_*a stall', Is the probable iiullior of this little sou-, which w* transpose In lo Roman characters. The Will may perhaps be evident nji vi a very close Inspection. 110 veiu. irlwl tliallll on.lc yes Amis ulmo neolo red nose, Bheh osai'iirue ofrc alsto re hair, He rein hie etha vc not oes. Oudlnlsne stso upan dpup pyd ogs Hhefatte nsu pan_K rows fSofa slit ta keste ninil liners Toivi di-no utile rclot lies. 110 veto si ltilow nhy hers Ida AiuUlr ink yon nghys out en, An tlpu tinya rmsr ouiult he.pl aco Wire rehe wui stou __litt ohc. Thtsw aysh csml lesal lov .ris A cnu tlonfo rtos cc, Bho' lluev erb.iii ybctt erh alf— Fo rslio'd ma ket eno line. Evrything ltnknowii to us we suppose to be magnificent. .Stocks fi.-it are always up—those around tin- neck. People who are sweet on their p itrons—confectioners. People who can't stand a joke should sot It tlown. Mrs Partington says when tew Ing machine* are made to dara stock ings she will p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 9 October 1868

■ Flu i».;tivc \ ii .jituTii. BY n.\l iFHtt. 'I i-nmsiif Ai.vi-ini. in .. ] If" roiliiwliiaVre 1 onit -mis of Ad which win, in no -•"'■■- - N1 "' "' ' • Hl---11-" * '" - el- ee.llibs 1100 B(iiii i Nr*u | iv linmmj)-. V" nine : - uuiutlw 600 ■ f liini .-sl'iii'ds, one.veto- I Ut n-v .eaiuiu.r.U'i.mnihs »<_( I -I'hif riVi'u.r.ii, i-imonti.K anoo I («rt.-r column, lilt nils in lie i iill, I- iiiulilliat, too" I-'-'iW itglf'.i' a. less I line than I for nt Ihe ii-ii-IV .iili f-fIJTr"" 'I "" •' '" I ~i-t'l(iTT?wl tlfly ceuts mi .!.«.-:» i.ulwi(iucui j insertion. _m I'lieniiiiilii raHTii.srm-tl(_-.muiis|!i limrkI c ;,,n llllHUlUa(wr;pt, o. I 11.' II I V.-ll s -HI ell | ~ |,|.;,-i.iiiiiu;i .1 uiiiil k/i-luil and (;i,ui'i..-.l I i iciu-oojdlngljt, ~ ' —..,-•_««__.. i 1 ~-ir"_m ■ .18111111 111 I lie, .1 11. C-VITJPj HKUNAHI. kA-U.ei.N t i*..95V.«.'15A5 , f1.'V & CO., i -:i-..i- n:j;s anh .imiiii-us in.DRUGS, N. V. - . ttavasa '..'. ,"C uud i.»-.ub;nil Sts. i:'.!, L'lal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 9 October 1868

, Postmasters are required to give notice by letter when a subscriber does not take his paper from tin- office | iMi.t give tho reason for its not being taken. Neglecting to do so makes the postinsster responsible to the publisher for the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the pnstoffl.ce, \\ lietlicr he nss sunsrrlbeil or not. Is responsible lor the payment of the subscript inn. A person ordering bis paper discontinued must pay ailarrearsires.ortue publisher may continue to send It until payment is made, and collect tin- whole amount, whether It is taken I'r.iin the office or nut. The courts have decided that reftaslns-to takea paperand periodical frmn tin- postolllee, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, Is prima facie evidence of Intentional fraud. BRIEF NOTES OF A TRIP TO BALTIMORE. It was raining in torrents when the omnibus left the Mansion House. Train delayed; had to cool my heels for an hour or more in the omnibus, the ticket office being closed. Aro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 9 October 1868

K:.JI"J'" ■ •■ a*"- , T ' ■- * ■.?.-:"»__» a. ajAtf. «M e_A-URAMO'K v. Hi<ers> FRIDAY MORNINC:::::::::CKTrOBER», I*lß. LOCAL NEWS* Vkbt (looe.— The commercial column iv the Wide*, That's so.—lf ever negro woman adopt the "Grecian bend," we shall have to chai.go its name to the Mask crook. Some Pcm pi-ins.— The biggest pumpkin of the year in France was grown in Ihe valley of tlie Loire, weighed ii2C pounds, and was sold to a Paris fruiterer for 300 francs. Postofkicc Chanueh. —At Verdieisvillc, iv this County, Miss Virginia L. Graw is appointed Postmistress, vice T. A. Hatch, resigned. Wild Pigeons.—The mountains in the ricighborhood of our v.llago arc literally lined with wild pigtfbns, aud our huntsmen are bagging tlicm by hundreds. Conokbt.—The citizens of Orange have a rich treat In store for them at October Court, in the way of a grand vocal and instrumental Concert, to be given for the benefit ofthe Orange Me. mortal Association, by several of the lincst M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 9 October 1868

THE COUNT YOU DEM. A legend Of The Rhine. | .' A from the German for the lynchburg it'pi, What ho I make way for Ihe Count Yon Hem! Stand down the Bar-Room Hall!" Thus shouted aloud the (terse Yon pern, Hut stolid stood tliey all. And then bis brow in anger black'd, And his lips turned deadly pale, As rail or his pocket a vial he whack'd, And nncofk'dit Willi bis nail. luminous thunde with his eyes cy> S lake light—lag in n squall, Did corruscate as lie did rise, Did reverberate in mad surprise, Rumbled and rattled to the skies, As ho shook the Bar-Room Hall, And with his red right hand In- rais'd The vial to Ids parted lips— 'I' a uinions all stood back amazed, their hands upon their —Ips. Then sudden turned and looked around— ■said -'Who do yon think 1 inn T*' Then Ihey nil did gaze astound, "I'm something to drill!'.. Yon Hem!" it. There tin n arose n, terrible shout, And the door bang'd to with a slam, then each (tread minion did cry out, As in drew his arms from Ids ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 30 October 1868

8-Uf gativfjtfirgittian. Ti*niisof AiiVEBTisiNO.-'l'hefollowlnanre »ur terms of Advertising, which will, in no instnTic-.be departed rroin: ,me"i uare. (inline"or less.) Ist insert'n.Sl TO . K nc i, h s'ubs.-.;...-nt insertion 050 one square V 2 months 1-00 Jmenqiiare 0 months »« / ," ;. k. uare :l mouths.., SOt i 1 siniss lards, ohe year 10 00 Two *ai_-_.,_l months at) Oil rrhrpeMltiarcM. i*i months —3 00 ,V„;,rter eoliunii. 12 months 40 TO Half column, -months, TOGO One column, 12 months ttiOO ~ _~ Advertisements for a less time than three months will be clinrfwl tor at the usu_i rates—one dollar per square for thelirKi ins rVertlon, and fifty cents lor each subsequent Insertion. »» The number of Insertions must be mark•donthe manuscript, o. the advert Henient will be'eontlnued until forbid and ei.arged for accordingly. ftradf. W—. CltUll*. HE UN mil OIL PIS C ArVBY, 4 11.1*1 \ & CO., l_l'(lllTrHS AND JODIIF.IIH ir if a W. Corner —Iglit and LomStrd Sts. BALTIMORE. pROI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 30 October 1868

RANGE C. II ~~ MUDAf MORNINO,:-:::: OCTOBER 80, ISiC. ..KUll'Al'l'.ll LAWS. FostmusU-rs are required to give notice by letter when v subscriber does not take his paper from the office; and (live the reason lor its not helng taken. Neglecting to do so makes the postmaster responsible to the pub.slier ler the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the postofflee, whether he has niii—crl lied or not, Is responsible for the payment o the subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued m—«i pay all arrearages, or the publisher may c intlnue to send It until payment is mad ' -iiiil collect the whole anininit, whether it taken from tlie otrlee or not. The courts have decided that refusing t take a paper und periodical from the pos - olltee, or removing und leaving tliein lineal er] for, Is prima facie evidence of iutenlioni iraud. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, Or New York. ipW-OR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANCIS P. BLAIR. *g Of Missouri . A6BICULTU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 30 October 1868

S4. ORASOfc C. II«■&*_•' FRIDAY MORNIN(':::::::OCTOBER TO, IHOB. LOCAL IEWI Pleasant.—To sec- I lie most prominent politician in t/lis county sowing his own wheat with h.» own bunds.— I Truly we are liroirrcs-iii■■'. Onions.— A fanner in Eastern Massachusetts has made a net prollt of $1,000 on ids onion crop this year. Some of Ids neighbors are crying that tliey did not plant acres of the healthy esculent. IVaste Land.—What an immense quantity of waste laud there is between the Rapidan river and Etiiifax Station, and if all that land were settled up and properly cultivated, how old AVlexaudria would blossom ns the rose! Improvk.mf.xts. —Mr. L. T. Onus* is having a new wheelwright shop built In rear of Mr. Hki.i.wto's dwelling. Mr. 11., is digging tlie foundation of a new store on the corner of his yard near the railroad. Accidknt. —On Court day, Mr. P.B. Jones, .Ir., while trying a young and spirited horse, was thrown to the giound and the horse steppiug on bis forehead ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 30 October 1868

THE GRECIAN BEND. Thc"i;ivoian Ilend" found its way Into n street earn l,w .lavs :i-o, and an alidaeiims youth ola poetic (iv 11 of niiud perpetrated the following concerning It,She stepped upon the platform—. Her grace I can't forgo' — for, oh ! that (ir.-i-ian heii.l others clings to my memory ysti Her sin ile was like the sun beam | Her honuet "some," you bet; Rut that lovely Grecian bead of hen Was the "heaviest" bend I nut. Her waterfall was gorgeous, And nil -vhosaw, contend That her grace was never cuimlcd By thoMiiiatiif.a bend. Dili, alas, for maiden beautyDust will return to dust. And the most eui-hanliin: bender Is doomed to moth and rust. In stooping to assume her scat. |1 hate to tell, but must,] I—tote whalebone, thins that staid her up Hent double—and then "bust |" She softly sighed, and sweetly smiled, And then In accents tender. As she rubbed her back, she gently said, "Thank Heaven, I'm otl'iuy bender:" JHfil attfc H*mt. Is mi rcfreshlileiit, Can cock-crow iug be c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 November 1868

TOLUME 1. 0 Alexandria (Turds.. wii.i.iam a. smoot. j. robust BD—osna W. A. SMOOT & €0., rOBW AUDI NO a ndcom:mission MERCHANTS, No. 3 King Street, Alexandria, Va. WE give strict personal attentl on to the sale of Wheat, Corn, .''lour,; Wool and nil other kinds of country produce and for the purchase of Groceries, Quant), and .Merchandise generally. Prompt returns made on all sales. Keepconstantly on limid in qiutiititles to suit parabasal—j Salt, Fish, Lump and Ground Plaster, No. 1 Peruvian Owino and Lime. Agents for the sale of Messrs. J. K. McOrnw *•( os, inn. It. ('. Barton's Potomac Herring an I Hhad. Cumberland Coal by (he cargo, car load or hogshead. Bags furnished if needed, April 10, lstiX—ly. HE PLUS ULTRA DOLLAR STORE, King Street, One door below Marshal House. ALEXANDRIA VA. I AM now opening In connection with mv Paper and Periodical Stores splendid assortment of Jewelry and Fancy Ootid* consist ing in part of Coral, .let. "logwood, F.trus- , can and other S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 November 1868

_^_—_■—_____——_——■_—■—_■—————■■ ~~0 RAJi 0 E C. H.,~« FHIDAV MOKN*I-_,:::tfOV_MßKii 6, ISW. NKWSPAPER LAWS. postmasters are rojulred (o give notice by leiier when a subscriber docs not take his Jriipcr from the olllce; and give the reason or its not helni- taken. NeKlectingto doso Milt—es t lie post muster responnl ble to the pub.—her for the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly Trom-thc postofnee, whether lie has subscrib«*l or not-, is respoiiHibltt for the payment o the subsetlptlon. A person ordering his paper iliscontinueo. _nust pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send it until pay—lent is made, and collect tlie whole Hinount, whether it is taken from the office or not. The courts have "decided that refusing to take a paper and periodical from (lie postoffice, or removing nnd leaving them uncall•srt for, ispn'iiKt'Vicu; evidence of ieitenilouul fraud. _xt-.\:ts from com. kaury's address AT BTAnmOH VIRGINIA. The lollovVlng extracts give the pith of C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 November 1868

S* OIIAM.E.C. H:^^)' FRIDAY MORNINCinnNOVEMUKIt 0, ISSB. local ;kews. Kkhovsi.—Capi. Tom Peyton has removed his store and bur to the room recently lttted Up in the old Court House. P_htkti,_b Notic-.—With this issue ends the Hist your or The N__ti Vikoixian's e_istcnee. As it is desiruble to know exactly how we stand, merchants are requested to send In at once their bills against this olliee. On_xaE B_Kr—On Monday last Mr. Chmrlei Goodwin of this place received iiui order (or a ([((inter of beef from a gentlemaq living at Caftipbell C. ll.— This shows in what estiniation Orange beef is held In distant counties. Geoiiiik (jR-iiAsi is one of the few men we have ever known who seems really to love work.' lie never shirks, but goes at it with a will. Ono ol these dsys, he will make some woman a good husband. Fact.— The richest men in this c,»itnty, almost witluiut exception, refuse to take their county paper or to render it any aid whatsoever. Brethren of the rural press! is that the wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 November 1868

THE PBINTEK 8 HOHEHLINDEH, In seasons when our funds arc low, Subscribers are provoking slow., A few supplies keep up the flow Of dimes departing rapidly, lint we shall see a sadder sight, When drums poar io from morn t 111 night, Commanding every sixpence bright To be forked over speedily. Our bonds and are arrayed, Each seal and signature displayed; The holders vow they must be paid. With threats of law and chancery. Then to despair we're almost driven, There's precious little use of llvin*, When our last copper's rudely riven F'roni hands that held it lovingly. But larger yet those dues shall grow, When interest's added on below, I.engtb'ning our chain a foot or so, When gazing at them hopelessly. *Tls so, that scarce have we begun To plead for time upon a dun, Before there comes another one, Demanding pay ferociously. The prospect darkens—on, \ c brave 1 Who would our very bacon save; Waive, patrons, all your pretexts waive, And pay the printer cheerfully. Ah! it would yield us ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 November 1868

Their TOT-" 13 combines great power, sweetness and flue slnginglquallty, as well ns great purity of intonation, and evenness throughout the entire scale. Their TOUCH is pliant nnd elastic, and entirely free from the stiffness found in so ninny Plunus. In x^oi_____v_^_.:ixris»__ci_=» thoy arc unexcelled, using none but the very best seasoned material, the large cnpltul employed In our business enabling us to keep continually tin Immense stock of lumber, etc., on hand. All our Square Pianos have our New Imfiroved Overstrung scale and the Agrafle treile, We would call special attention to our laic Improvements In GRAND PIANOS and SQirA REGRAXDS Patented August 11, IWW, ■which bringthc Piano nearer perfection than lias vet been attained. Every Piano fully warranted for five years. Sole Wholesale Agency for ( arliuit _ Needham's celebrated Parlor Orsnns and Church Harmonium.,. WILLIAM KNAIIE ,V* CO., No. 350 West Baltimore Street, 'near En taw, Baltimore, Md. CnlamW Or. 1 «(IS —Hm -Has J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 November 1868

, 0 kAI « E ( . H ~."~ rMDAV MORNINO.-NOVEMIIER 13, INS. NEWSPAPER l.awa. Pixtiniiiiers ure required to give notice by letter when k suhserilier doea not take bin paper from the offlce; and ajlv» (be i-ronon lor IU not being taken. NdgWtliiK to do no in :tkm tbe jm-l i,i_,tei rt— pounibie to the nn b-.-•uri for the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the pootolTlee, whether be ha* .ulim-rili-•U or not, is retpouMibla for tbe payment o tbe subscription. A person ordering bis paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or the publisher may —ml nine to send il until payment Is made, and collect the whole amount, whether It Is taken from the office or not. Tim court* have decided that refusing to take a paper und periodical from the postoffice, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, Is prima facie evidence of i'<teiitlonal fraud. COMFLBTIOX 0V OUK FIBST VOLUME. The Native Virginian is one year old. With the last number, ended the first year of lis existen...

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