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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 13 November 1868

$M ORANGE C. II :*-*i> frtIDAT MOKWINO:::NOVEMBER 1», ISAv. LOCAL HEWS. Commercial Advertiser.—The dally bubltcatinu of this paper has ceased, but it will be continued asaweekly journal, enlarged. O. A. ft il. R. B. Mketinu.—The an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Oning", Alexar.dria and Manassas rail road, will be held in the city of Alexaii. driaon Thursday, the 26th mit, Grant.—Our chief objection to Grant Is this": During the war, he wag too much disposed to "send the men ln,'» but since the war, he is too much inclin ed to "rally on the reserve."' Oca New TicKBT-Orncie is going up rapidly, add attracts the majority of our population, who watch Its progress from hour to hour with deep and abiding In terest. It promises to be really a very comfortable building. Needs ItEPAiBiNo.-The side walk from Dr. E. P. Taliaferro's corner to the Presbyterian Church, is very much out ol order, and should be repaired before winter begins. Those interested ought to go to work at once ...

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. — 13 November 1868

-IDE DOO 15 THE FIOHf. lg of your dog, your bottom dog, Or of any dog that you please ; 1 go for the dog, the wise old dog, That knowingly takes his ease. And, wagging his tall outside the ring— Keeplug always his bone In sight- Cares not a pin in his sound old head For cither dog in the fight. Not his Is the bone they are fighting lor, And why should my dog sail In, With nothing to gain but a certain chance To lose his own precious skin? There may be a few, perhaps, who fall To see it quite in this light, But when the fur (lies I had rather be The outside dog in the fight. I know there are dogs—unjudlcious dogs— Who think it quite the thing To take the part of one of the dogs, And go yelping into the ring; iot a pin what all may say to the wrong or tlie right, ■joes, ns well ns my song, >g that keeps out ofthe figh(. I yttfc _Bitmaf > o dentists—Do sound teeth c case for a crown—a skull idblic singer who 'draws'well juito. rto for confectioner's flies— •s I stick to !" s best...

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. — 20 November 1868

singinpSquaKO*. us wen as greuipu........ ... (.nation, and evenness throughout the en <iroscnle. Their _70_TC3__C Is pliant nnd clastic, and entirely free from the stiffness found in so many Pianos. In ■V«7-C>l__-_lV___.--'I-»III3_» they are unexcelled, usin.; none but the very best seasoned material, the large capital em ployed In our business tumbling us to keep continually an immense stock of lumber, etc.on hand. T _ All our Square Pianos have our New Im proved Overstrung scale and thi) Agialle tie. ' We W(«ild call special attention toour bite improvements in ORA ND IT A ITOa 'md SQ VA It E GRA NDS Patented Aliff'tst 11, INifl, which bring tlie Piano nearer perfection than has yet been attained, ... Every I'Umo fully warranted for live years. Bole Wholesale Agency for t'ai'hai't _ Need l_:n's celebrated Parlor Oruans and Cliurcli Unrmonhimn. WILLIAM KNAHK _ CO., No. MO Wost Baltimore Street, neai-Kulaw, lliiltlmore, Md. Beptembera"), lstiS.-Wn. .... _—. ■ A Ye» tv» best r...

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. — 20 November 1868

There was a nincompoop—we knew I him well—who, during the late war. was In the habit of saying to himself, -Tilings are going wrong, altogether wrong.— Tins road we inarch lead- inevitably to ruin. But our lutuM-is certainly just there Is an nil-win* and merciful Dis.' [ poter ot Events, and, though we may j blunder never so orten, we «- 111 surely triumph in the end." Appomattox, day ~f fate ! came and, despite the justice of our cause, lure we are—oppressed by military rule or worse, the rule of the carpet-bagger and the scalawag, ground down by taxes, the people growing ryinrer every year, i ndustry hampered, distrust every where i direst woe ot all .' the newly liher slave not only vested with the fran but actually a legislator in the places ofthe laud, is is no dream. It is a fact-and a tile one. met our same nincompoop no later yesterday, and he talked thus, prophecy has been fitltilli-d. t U elected, aud we pass from cciirsed oblig-rehy of tne Senate louse into the despotism ...

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. — 20 November 1868

lAIO-Ai __W&. "Odd Sox" next week. A Wretched Mosiacn.—Po King Fun. WnT are the men of Washington City i uot to be trusted ? Because they are gay L>. O. vets. Tag ('o.virhi ial Advertisei. now is sued weekly, o a haiulsoine, well Ulluil sheet, oi eight pages. Loui Jicg.—See on the oatside page a description of the inedal'awardcd Jko. W. Cabboi.i. at the Pails Expositio I. Bio Bkit—Mr. Tarlktok W. Brown sends us ft beet which weighs I,_ pounds. Thank yon, sir. McT-ORi.—Two meteors fell near Madison Run on Friday night last, one not three feet from the observer. Both were ol _,vail size. Bio B-g.-Mr. Wii, B. T>u*rr_M •ends us a ear of corn about 13 inches long and Containing by actual count 798 grains. ' Lombes.—From both Orange C. H. and Madison Run large quantities of sawed lumber are being shipped via the 0., A. and M. Railroad. Naw Sc'Hbpulk.—The new schedule on the 0., A. and M. Railroad went in to effect last Monday. The Southern train leavea at 11.02 instead of 11.00 ...

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. — 20 November 1868

Two old maids at shut of day, A bachelor's carcass bore away, With wrinkled brow and mntted hair, And heart that never loved the fair. Bring briars, they groaned, bring weeds un blown, Bring rankest weeds of name unknown, Bring withered boughs from dreary wild, To strew the bier of error's child. And make his grave where the lizards hide, Where night shade strews the swnnip creek side, Far out of sight—where genial Spring Shall send no gentle hinls to sing. His old jack knife lav with h'm low, To cut. the strings of Cupid's bow; The sin', house cat shnll whine around H'S lonely grave iv grief profor nd: Heralay Mm wh i was often •high," Here, where shall fall no pitying eye For him—for him no loving heart Shall ache, for him no tear shall start. His bloodless ltps«slinll fall to dust; His old jack knife shall waste with rust; He whom we hide from light of men Shall never fright the babes again. For we have laid him trom (lie light, Beneath the ground nnd out of sight; But this rude ...

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. — 27 November 1868

HOW SOFTLY. How softly on the bruised heart A word of kindness fulls, And to the dry and parched soul, The niolsterlng tear drop falls; Oh, If they knev, who walk tho earth, 'Mldsorrow, griff and pain, The power a word of kindness hath, Twere paradise again. The weakest and the poorest may This simple pittance give, Aud bid dollghtto withered hearts Return again and live; Oh, what is lite If love be lost I If man's unkind to man or what to Heaven that waits beyond This brief and moral span I As stars upon the tranquil sea In mimic glory shine, 80 words of kindness in the heart Reflect the soul divine; O, then be kind, whoe'er thou art, That breatheth mortal breath. And it shall brighten all thy life, And sweeten even derth. It was a pleasant event in my life when I was thrown into the company j of Grignon, the famous conjuror. 1 was on my way to California, and had t iken the overland route in preference to any other. It was while on my jour ney across ihe Plains that 1 made his j a...

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. — 27 November 1868

NEWSPAPER LAWS. l * iVisbnnsters are required to give notleaby hi latter Whin a sulis,rihur ile*- not take hla Ul pu]iei' il"—an thai office; and Hive the reason |, foi -111" nol being taken. Neglecting to do so iii'uki-s the im.i uuiiitcr respomlbloto the pub- "' ..slier for the payment. d Any purson who hikes n pnper regularly \\ from the po.to.nce, whether lie has snbucrlb- M vi nol, is responsible for the payment of thy subscription. - A |rcrson ordering his paper discontinued " must pay all arrearages, orthe piiblisilicr iniiy — —.ntinue to a.rii'l It Uhtll payment is made, •nil collect the whole, omount, whether it Is ~ taken from the olllce or not. X The courts have decided that refusing to " lake a pnper and periodical from tlie post- a •nice, or removing and loaving them uncall- _ •1 fur, ii primn facie evidence of intentional o fraud. L ■"•"■^^H^™^«^»HH™BHs A St. Louis paper tells ot a petrified H t.issil mosasatiras, 8C feet long, dlscof- B cred lately In Kansas, in perfe...

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. — 27 November 1868

LOCAL NEWS. The Taiilbacx in Gordonsvllle on Tuesday night were quite a success, Fame.— Harper's Bftaar copies "Want- La ed nt this olllce., n llstfll-featufell, bad tempered tl*Ci, ymiligiiian,"and credits I it to the Columbia (S. C.) riioenix. —lessrs. Fisueb A Goi.dstine of this place have rented Hakek's glass palace In Gordonsvillc, and will open ii branch house tliere in a few days. W_at is the DimrairrN.R between 11a bakkukand :i iiumwhoeoinniitssuicide? Due is a/Wo de _« und the other is a fel low B.C. Why ahk Lawtebs so amiable and fond of their profession f Itecause much of their business is_ ":i special plea"* sure. About I'osts— Tiro post* split trom the same log were set forgute posts one top end In the ground, the other butt end in the ground—the first lasted sev enteen years; the other ten years. 11. 11. IniiKKi.i. of Kiehnuind is the man who went out to Tennessee "drum ming" and got so much business that he lists scarcely been able to attend to it nil. lie deserves it...

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. — 27 November 1868

HANS BREITMA-N'S PARTY- Hans Breltmann glfe a barty, Dey had biano-blayan, I felled In lofe mit a Merican frail. Her name vas Madllda Vane. „he bat hruu* as prown ash a pretsel, Her eyes vas bimmelbltie, Uud yen dey looked liito mine Dey shplit mine heart in two. Hans Breltmann glfe a barty, I vent dcre you'll pc pound; I valet mit Madllda Vane, Und vent shplnneu round and round; De pootiest fraulein in de house. She vayed bout dwo boondred pound, Und efery dime she glfe a shoomp, v iS'(ii.uiake de vlndows sound. J i_ ns llreltnian glfe a barty, I dells you It cost him dear; Da/ rolled in more ash sefen keeks Of loost-rate lager beer; Und venefer dey knocks tlie shphicket in, De Deutsche™ gifes a cheer; I dinks dat so vine a barty Nsfcr cooin to a bet dls year. Hans Brahman glfe a barty, Dar all vas souse and grouse, Yon de soopcr corned in, de gompnny Did make deinselfs to bouse j Dey ate vas brot and gersy hroost, De brntwurst and fine, Und vash der Abendessen down MR four parrels...

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. — 4 December 1868

BY BAOBY A BTOFEIt. _..w. n» AnvSBTISINO. —The following AdvSuslng. which will, in So Instance, be departed from: One square, (10 lines or less,) Ist lnsrt n. tl 00 l_!cl, subsr .uont insertloi «.J One -mare 12 months I- « One.si-uaretlmoiit.H " » <.ne«_u»re3montus m i_, llSsli_«sl*«rrtii.oii«.vear, « on Tw.sau_.es, I-months M 00 Three squares, 12 months ... £> « OnarteV column, 12 months, 40 00 ftalfoolumn, 12 months ;°» One column. 12 months 125 00 ■__■ Advertisements for a less time than tliree Tnonths will beeliars*ed for at the usu al rates-one dollar per square for the flrst in sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion. ••.The number of Insertions must be mark ed oil the maniwc.ript, or the advertisement will be continued until forbid and charged far accordingly* StoWmo. c *fante. H 11-1.1 * - 14 \ » III. Si, CO., MAIMUFACTUn_IU! OF I.RAMI, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT _P I __. 3NT O - _P O H. T IB *» WAIIKHOOMS, Ms. 3*o Baltimore Sirect, near Entsw, HALT I.MORE, Ml)....

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. — 4 December 1868

Poart—tAstei- are required to give notice by la-i • i-r when a subscriber does not take hla ' paper from tin- office; and give the reason lor Its not being taken. Neglecting to do so makes the pi i_t enister respoi—l(.le to the pub ,.«ber for the payment. Any parson who takes a ixux-r revularly from tlie posto—lce, whether by has subscrib ed or not, is responsible for the payment of the subscription. i A person ordering his paper discontinued must |Miy all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to sell- it until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it Is taken front U.e office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper and periodical from the post umce, or removing and leaving them iim-n.ll •d tot, is prima facie evidence of Intentional fraud. I Church service everywhere Is defec tive in this, that the first prayer by the congregation should be offered kneeling and In silence, for humility and spiritu al enlightenment iv the preacher. We thoug...

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. — 4 December 1868

LOCAL NE IlteiiiriiT Lincoln will always be rich. Why . Because he is an Abe-Bob. Observe the unusual number of land sales and other advertisements in this Veek 3 paper. Sobbt Crap.—A poor old man by the name of Jones, who lives on the Rapi- Uan, has housed 1500 barrels ot corn. Plcci Pbaises Plugs.— The Fincastle Herald, of last week, pays a well de served compliment to Gen. W. R. Ttra ■*- ____________ -•O-I*»DROM._.\Ve will givo the --Mem brandum" two weeks to answer this: "Why is E. S. Grmoby, Esq,, like the laybrlte 'glass alley' of his boyhood f "Plow,'"—Every paper In Virginia spells it "plow." Even tho Dispatch has "plow." Why "plow?" Why not ir-u-f, rough ; c-o-f, coua-h, or d-o, dough ? Games.—Open and shut—eating.— Shut and open—eating hot apple dump lings. Of chance—matrimony. Ot skill—editing a newspaper. Of cross purposes—ritualism. Evebtbobt remarked upon the beauty of tbe ladies who went to the stockhold ers meeting in Alexandria as compared with the far less lovely f...

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. — 4 December 1868

EHOOP-DE DOODLE-DOO, gentleman converstng with a lady friend lort time since, claimed that he could purod i»c on the hoop question any verse that she might choose to repaat. She according ly rehearsed tlie following from the "Old Sexton :" "Nigh to a grave that was newly made Leaned a sexton old on his earth- worn spade. His work Was done, and paused to wait The funeral train In the open gate; A reliot of by-gone days was he, And his locks were as white as the foamy sea- And these words came from his lips so thin, "I gather them in I I gather them in!" » Whereupon the graceless fellow took his sncil and thns iv rote upon a scrap of paper •ing by: Nigh to a church that was newly made Stood a lady fair, and thus she said— "Too bad, too bad—l here must wait While they measure the breadth of this open gate; Ah I 'tis only nine by six I seel too narrow, too narrow, alas 1 for me." And she sighed from her quivering lips so thin- *-*I cannot get In—l cannot get In I" Dentists are favored w...

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. — 11 December 1868

;2Me.\.;mdrui (Bird*. WILLIAM A. SMOOT. J. ItOngßT EDMONDS W. A. SMOOT & €0., FORWARDING ANOCOM MISSION MERCHANTS, No. 3 King Street, Alexandria, Va. WE give strict personal attcnti on to the sale of Wheat, Coin, .'lour,; Wool and all other kinds of country produce und f for thepparole of groceries, (liniiio, and Merchandise generally. Prompt returns uncle on all sulch. Keepcoustautly ou hand In quantities to suit purchasers, Salt, Ftsh, Lump and Ground Plaster, A'o. 1 Peruvian Giaum ami TAnie. Agents for the sale of Messin. ,1. E. _IdOraw k Co's, and It. C. Uarlon's Potomac Herring a Ut-Khtd. Cumberland Coal by the cargo, car load or - hogshead, -iii,_ furnished if needed, April 10,18(1.1—ly. _________ '" KSTAHLISIIED 182*1. - A. 8. OKI 1-- . .Ms. B. r. 1(1-1 -I t.i.iiv Sl iti.onir.it, . manukai*nnn_— Off PA LOR, DIMNU-ROOM, HALL, !' CHAMBER, OFFICE, school A CHURCH Furniture, Corner of Prince and Kali-fax Sts. • ALEXANDRIA, VA. • PURNITURK at wholesale and re ■ (nil. Also, dea...

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. — 11 December 1868

inner win... a t-uiiseriber docs not take hi pnper from th. office; und islw the renno iurft_iiut lH>lti|f taken. Neglecting to dos uiiikes' t p., S | mastor rospon.i.i. to ibe tail tUbei* lor ih, payment, Any pwtsoii who takes a pnper regularl from tlie postomce, whether livlias subseril •dor not, Is responsible for the payment < toel subscription. A person ordering bis paper discontinue must pay all nrrcairagee, or the publluherma Continue to hcikl it until pavmeiit is imub and collect the whole amount, whether it i taken from tbe office or not. The courts luivc decided that reftUringt take a paper mid periodical from the post en.ee, or removing anrt leaving them uncall •d for, lnjfri'mu/acic evidence of i'ltcntloiui /mud. THE STAT LAW- If the law be permitted to expire universal bankruptcy will follow, pro perty will sell for a song, the credito: Will not be paid and the debtor, unabli to discharge his debt, will still be forcci to undergo the expensive mortilicatioi of a t...

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. — 11 December 1868

Moos.—Bring in your <__%— Cfcritt ■mn* is approachinji.cggs are scarce and In demand, as egs-nogg is a necessary attendant to the Christinas holidays. Bcttek.—ll our people only knew it. Lynchburg is tho place to get good but ter. That we got at the Washington lioterwas delicious. This idea of going Northward for everything is a mistake. Chbi-t_as is Cominu !—Thut this fes tive season is near at hand the busy preparations of our merchants already betokens. The juveniles are very ju bilant, and by far too many of those of older growth, usually regarded al staid and sober, give evidence of Christmas on the brain. Its advent, we hope, may bring to all, peace on eartii and good will to the rest of mankind. May the larder be tilled with plenty—health and happiness surround the household, and all things prove "merry as the marriage bell," save that everlasting reflection that you, you individually, hav'nt paid the printer! Answer for yourself. Thi OoßnossviLtt Mcnneii.—-A negro named N...

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. — 11 December 1868

THE BLACK CROOK. A SAD BUT TRUB TALE. Miss Flora Gushing was by all acknowledg ed fashion's Queen, and many a scene of slpendor grand was by her subjects seen; \s she went so the nobs all went—whate'er she did was well— —ie Joined the Saratoga ring, and soon bo cainc tlie belle. . tier form and face were faultless, her name without a stain, Her dress was locomottve-llkc, it had so long a train; But dire misfortune seized tho girl and caus ed her mournful end; Disease It took her off right straight—'twas called the Grecian Bend. „Ie grew much worse, yel she received not l'lly but abuse— And though she never had looked fast, they said she then looked loose; Flcr parents were in deepest grief—their hearts with pain were rent— Set still the girl with Grecian Bond kept fol lowing her bent. At last when she found that her ways her friends and parents troubled, And that her form lost half its charms, al though she thought it doubled. ■Ihe snld henceforth she'd stand erect—which when she tr...

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. — 18 December 1868

_. a —I—-. When and how shall I meet him? If ever. What are the words he first will say? How will th," barriers now that sever Our kindred spirits be broken away? This self-same daylight on him Is shining, Shining somewhere the while I sing; Tho only one whom, piy wilt resigning. Could I acknowledge my Kln_, my King. Whether his hair lie golden or raven, Whether his eyes be dark or blue, I know-not how; but 'twouid he engraven On that white day as my perfect hue. Many v lace 1 have liked tCir a minute— Been chain'd by a Viip'e with a pleasant ling— But ever apd aye tbero was p'rhnclhing in It, So—aClliiug that could not be his, illy King, I will not dream ot him handsome and strong. My ideal lov, may be weak nnd sil.Ut; it matter! not to what class he belong, He would be noble enoitgli In my sight ; He may hot be brilliantly gifted, my lord, And bo may be learned in everything; But if ever be comes he will strike the chord Whose melody waits for the hand oi* its King. But he must be...

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. — 18 December 1868

NEWS-APEU LAWS. _"oatinasters nre reiiulreil lo give notice liy '■ lefter wlie-a a suhsorlrior does not take his , paper from the office; anil give llic I—Mton ! lor it— na*t, being taken. Neglecting to do so i iiickes' i postmaster responsible to thu pub _&hcr lr>r ilie payment. Any panion who takes v paper regularly from the postolllce, whether he has Miibscrili eil or uot, le responsible for the payment of the eubscriptlon. i A person ordering his paper discontinued -lust pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to vend It until payment is made, and collect tho whole amount, whether It in -taken from the omen or not. , The courts have decided that refusing to t—lce a paper and periodical from tin* post offlce, or removing und leaving thcin uncall ed for, l» prima facie evidence of Intention—l fraud. Bledsoe's reply to S.EriiEXH is as la boured, muddy and weak as his attack Was Intemperate, unjust and uncalled for. The last number of the Prince Georgian has a good ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
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