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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 December 1867

He thought that horses' aitmout. Fell not to hum,in lots; The Church Is not exempt It seems— A Bishop's got tho Botts. Rsll— lU__.—ou tin., lit InstivM ti,'« it-v ihurnas D. hell, to Miss Harriet He once was deemed v bold man that In Scotland dared to "bell the cat," But now-a-days c'en churchmen dure Far greater feats, and hell the bear I Which merits most renown? pray tell, He b___ tbe boar-sbe bears tho bell. liilj! 1 _"f7. TlK "--° u Wednesday, M_ William Neill, to _!__, J uu „ Tit . r . '• A sad event, we rather fear, She turned to kneel, and dropped a tear. v»y*_°? ""Buck-—On Monday, by the Rev. j Buck * X ' y H ' Wright, to M_,.orlla Tbe parson seals their fate—'tin very clear, fcihu'a right for once—the buck has got Its dear. i-®srossr*'* Mr - j ° ! ' nc » bb ' A gruff old fool, who alts ju« now b.sl.'.eiis Says in our ear, "Look out for little spiders." ! _JiV_"_"f' T ?, !, -On tbe Ith ult., Dr. Thorn as.L_j__, to Miss Matilda Lyon. Mutual*! advocates may sound Their Gabrie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 20 December 1867

ON THE FEBBY. On the ferry, sailing over, To the city, lying dim In the yellow mist of evening By Hie river's further liiu ; On the terry, gii-ini? outward To tho ocean calm and cold, Where the blue liny dip* its waters Iv the sunsets Heeling gold. On the ferry, gazing outward, O, thou ocean, deep and wide, EYeay pulse is healing niensuro Witli the lyintli of the tide! Loving waves kiss warm and eager, Motionlo.ss lliu great ships Miami, While above each pandHlou* pennon Lures me with a beckonim* hand. Calm on the uneasy waters Lean the sunset bars of flame, Like flu, legendary ladder, On which angel* went and came. In another summer evening, On a little way before, I shall reach another ferry, Seeking swilt a dimmer shore, I shall cross a wider terry, Crossing to return no more, Balling for a fairer city, Waitlug ou a lovlier shore. Life iritiy touch the soul so gontly, We can hardly cull it rough; Yet well all say In its closing Our brief day's been long enough. Thus I stand with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 20 December 1867

Hooe A Wiilderburu unil T. T. Beckluun, Alexandria, Va. TeMUla Hrothers, Lynchburg, Va. Prof. K. I,oe lllunton, (iordonsville, Va, SlaJ. A. M. (Inrber, Stiumtoii, Vu. •Copt. it. (J. Woitenuuker, Charlottesville. l)r. K. M. McMiirran, Culpeper C 11., Vn. General Terry, Liberty, Va. Math.ws * Paulett, Wytlievllle, Vo. Capi. V,'. Gordon Mel.'iibe, IVtcrsrnirK, Vn Jamea Uiirron Hope, F,s*i, Norfolk Va. ■P. a. fl Bills, Am, SiifTolk, Va. - Geo. B(if-iiy, Ksq, Tar-pahnHno-lc, V*. A. A. Mtlle, Eaq, KroderlcksburK, Va. Mn_ B. P. Nolaud, Middloburfj, Vn. Arthmr Stephens, Esq., Ktamirdaville, Va. TbMßias P. Wallace, Bag., Madison (.'. It, B THE CONSERVATIVE CONVENTION. Our readers are aware that we Wero not niuch in favor of this Convention, We teared that the call was premature, nnd we apprehended serious results from those discussions which we thought Inseparable from all conventions. This npprehedsion was shared by most ot the delegates whom we met upon the train which took us to Richmond....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 20 December 1867

1,,-r to Sr___ his Nave.—Not Fornoryct Khwn-y, but Kangli!-nc. t-msTiric American.—Head the proauti In another coluiuu. •_*,-t*™.—Another ftrs.-chis* war, to nleto the paving of this town. (_isnTi'X.— Head the well-written ,r of oar Lexington correspondent, from we hope to heiur regularly in future. Short Eett_«-—Mr- A. D. Vertl- .,„- andllalt., Dear Sir t-l'lease remit- * roßpectfully, B*S. hakkh toVri unknown friend lor an ..resting history, in pamplet form, of the ■♦Jewing Machine. Who are yon, Sir SenderThe Cokservativk Convention-.—Take all in all, It was the A Numlter One-est •Convention we over saw or expect to see. \ Wish.— W_ wish our friends Oarb/rimd Cameron would send us the papers they promised us. Good Tmi».-IfMr. Hcllwig would nave the Street in front of lilb lot adjoining ,„e Court House, what a good thing it would be, wouldn't H7 He is abundantly able. YVeathei-.—Breathe* there a man with soul so ferocious and lying as to say w» haven't had as cold and snowy weather...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 20 December 1867

FASHION ON THE BRAIN It seem* to me the women now Dress up most awful queer, In narrow skirts nnd little hoops— How funny they appear! Their hair they friz in fancy shnpcs, I've laughed and laughed again, To see how queer tho women look Wlth chignon on the brain. Lost night I met a little Miss Rigged up In wondrous style, She had a little bonnet on That really made me smile. 'Twos made entailer than a cabbage leaf Dried up for want of rain ; How very queer the women look With bonnets on the brain! They soy thty wear their dresses short To show their protty feet, But If their shoes are No. Vs. Extremes will never meet; And when they wear their dresses long, And dragging la a train, I always think of bean-poles with Gored dree net on the brain. Oh, well, this la a curious world, False teeth, flalse calves and oh! They speak at palpitators, but The truth I do net know; But let thert wear whate'er they will, Remonstrance la In vain, And they ar* really charming with The fashion on the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 3 January 1868

Wilkes Booth, E*q. You will recollect that it was proposed to burry him In the ocean so that no traces of his "resting place" could be asccrtHincd bjr those Who wished, or might wish hereafter, to do him honor. It u-os written by a gentleman of tills city, while the remains o. tit. "martyr" were lylug here In state. It is as follows : Oh (lie him a sepulchre broad as the sweep Ofthe tidal wave's mcasurctoss motion, Lay our hero to sleep, in the arms of tiie deep, Since Ills lite wus us free as the ocean. It was Liberty slain that maddened his brain, To avenge the deed idol he cherished, So 'tis meet that the main, never curbed by a chain, Should entomb tho last freeman now perished. For the- dust of the brave could not rest in the grave * Of a land where blind Forco hath dominion, Uut the step ofa slave never soils the proud wave That spumeth the hamper and pinion. He who dared break the rod of the blackamoor's God, All the host's of the despot defying, .May not dwell lv the sod by ...

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

Riyton ft Starke aud W. H. Ryan. Esq Wall Turner, Richmond, Va. ooe 4 Wedderburn and T. T. Beckham, xandrla, Va. Lathum Brothers, Lynchburg, Va. iVof. E. La. Blanton, Gordoiisvlllo, Va. MaJ. A. M. G»rbor, Staunton, Va. Capt. C. C. Wertonbaker, Chariot tesville. Dr. K. M. McMnrran, Culpeper C. H., Va. General Terry, Liberty, Va. Mathews ft Faulett, Wythcvllle, Va. ( »i>». W. Gordon McCe.be, Petersburg, Vfc Jan** Barron Hope, Esq, Norfolk Va r. B. Brentls, Esq, Suflblk, Va. Geo. Bagby, Esq, T&ppahannock, Va. A, A. Little, Esq, Fredericksburg, Va. Mm}. ». *. Noland, Middleburg, Va. Xrthar Stephens, E»q., StannrdsvllleJVa. Thorns* P. Wallace, Esq., Madison O. H, ihe _o_rv__mo_i or editors balLARD'I DINNER. The main purpose for which the Editors of the Htate were called together, was, to decide upon a common line of policy in regard to the defeat of the Constitution, which the Mongrel Convention is about to thrust upon us.— Some papers favored action and organizati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 3 January 1868

Lynchburg Daily News wields a master scissor. Capt.. Brown, a gallant soldier and an experienced merchant, assists Capt. Browning in his store, and will be glad to see his friends there. Exchange Hotel--This large and commodious Hotel having recently undergone thorough repair is now open for the accommodation of the public. Advertisement next week. Negro Squatters.—ln parts ol Loulsa and generally in Fluvanna, negro huts are multiplying rapidly. Many of these huts are built in the wildest solitudes, a mile or more from arable land, and accessible only by a narrow path, which the traveler passes unnoticed. They arc built in the hasties manner, of the rudest materials and reaetnhle more the habitations ofthe beav I the residences of human beings hunters complain that thes often placed just in the spot mid have selected as "blinds," S the turkies have been so hary negroes that they lly Mora iter conies within a hundre them. In these thickets, the lildren are being reared in abalmost ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 3 January 1868

EAST_SH WI-ITEB. •CVAd—cold—the very eun looks cold. With those thtu rays of chilly gold _nld on that gup of bluish sky That gloats like a dying eye. The naked trees are shivering, Each cramped and bare branch quivering •Cutting tho bleak wind into blades Whose edge to brain aud bone luvades. Itiat hard ground seems to ache, all day, yen for a sheet of snow, to lay pon its icy feet and knees, retcliod stillly there to freeze and freeze, nd you shrunk mortal—what's within liat nipped and winter-shriveled skin? tie pinched face drawn In peevisli lines, he voice that through his blue lips whines— The front has got within, you seeLeft hut a selfish me aud me — The heart Is chilled- its nerves are numb And love has long since frozen dumb. Ab, give me back to the clime I know, Where all the year geraniums blow, And hyacineh buds bloom white for snow -Where hearts beat warm with life's dellgli Through radiant winter's sunshine bright And Bummer's starry deeps of tight; Where man may let ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 10 January 1868

THE DOOMED MAN. "Epbralm la Joined to his Idols, let him There Is a time, we know not when, A point we know hot where. That murks the destiny of iii-H, To glory or despair. There Is a line, by us unseen, That crosses every path; The hidden boundiuy, between God's patience: nttd his wrath', To pass that little limit is to die, To die as if by stealth ; It does not quench thi? beaming eye, Nor pale the glow of heiiilh. The conscience may be still at ease, Tho spirits light and gay; That which is pleasant still may please, And Care bo thrust away. But on that forehenrd God has set Indelibly a murk, rnscen by man, for man, as yet Is blind uiid in the dark. And yet the doomed man's path below, Like Eden may have bloomed, He did not, does not, will not know, Nor feel that he Is doomed. He knows bo feels that all is well, And every fear is calmed; He lives, he dies, he wakes in hell, Not only doomed but uuinued, O where. Is this mysterious bourne, By,which our path Is crossed ; lleyond whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 10 January 1868

PBjAoi A Starke and W. H. Ryan. Esq Baltimore, Md. J. Wall Turner, Richmond, Vs. Hooe A Wedderburn and T. T. Beckham, Alexandria, Va. ■ -(>.«.» Brothers, Lynchburg, Va. Brof. K. Leo Bluiiton, Oordonsvillo, Va. Maj. A. M. Girber, Staunton, Va. Capt. C. C. Wertenbaker, Charlottesville. Dr. E. M. McMurran, Culpeper C. It,, Va. Ueaeral Terry, Liberty, Va. Mathews A Paulett, Wythcvllle, Va. Capt. W. Gordon ttcCnYd. Petersburg, Va James Barron Hope, Esq, Norfolk Vn. P. B. Prentis, Esq, Suffolk, Va. Geo. Bagby, Esq, Tappahannock, Va. A. A. Little, Esq, Fredericksburg, Va. Maj. B. P. Noland, Middleburg, Va. Artliar Stephens, Esq., Stanardsv'lie- Va Thoatas P. Walla... Esq.. Madison „■ 11, OBANT AND SHES-AN-PEACE OE WAS. Northern papers of Monday last bring grave statements. Senator Wilkon and Mr. Nixon declare officially that Oen. Gbaki is heartily in favor of .he Keconstructiou policy of Congress and that he is, in point of fact, a ltadi cal. The length, the earcful wording and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 10 January 1868

A Pbk-Ictiox.—Col. Kobt. B. With- «_* will one day be Governor of Virginia. Mt_ . Eai'mibt. —We ouglit to have one in this town. Properly conducted, it would get all the washing done here. and make money. i j ■ Wb-t?. kb.—We have had much weather. Some wet. No mud. Slush expected. Loblolly to arrive in quantities to suit purchasers. ConpocNn Tool.—We see that a patent has hocn obtained for a *'CoraI mild tool, lor cutting, punehingand 'setting." Must mean the Radical ougress. Organization.— It is understood that c Conservative organization of Orige County will be perfected next jurt day, iv accordance with the plan ggestcd by tho Executive Committee Richmond. A Pious Wish.—We wish that Doctor vinoston were either dead or alive, cor the other, we don't much care lich. He seems to be in a very unaided state. P. B.—He has come to ?bo_oted.— We rejoice to learn that the services of our valiant Governor have at length been recognized, lie has been promoted, and his commission as General ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 10 January 1868

CAST DO WITHOUT A __?_«_». I hat, do without a paVer ? No, ye tried it to my sorrow, , to subscribe for one I'll go, •for wait until to-morrow, ould lovers hang or drown themselves, Ir other foolish cai» r, icvcr get to hear of It— do not tuke the paper, hy there's my neighbor, Toby Btoht, H*' always reads Iks news, Aud liaving It to talk about, He never gets the "blues;" While others yaWn ill ennui; His mind Is light M vnbor i Tho causo is plain tii half an ,;■ *.'— He always takes the puper. Willie neighbor Stout hears all the nows, And lenows each current price, And always minds the p's and q's, By taking good advice, Ej»ot tell the price of grain, Jhultry, coffee, taper,, ly kind of merchandise--no paper, gh I have studies which require eh time and mental labor, Yet I can Bpars a little time. As well as Stout, my neighbor; Though time be precious, I can use A longer midnight taper, Ed Wrong? Wrong , of course. "Clieek swellers', are now advertised instead of "plumpers," whie las...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 17 January 1868

OX-ZXAL STUABT. Weup for the bold cavalier, Weep for the chivalrous slain, smart, who never knew fear, Charges no more o'er the plain. I—Shlng and bold In his raids, Houl of the combat and fight. Pride of both matronal ami maids, Camp-circle's special delight. Light of the parlor where throng Beauty and wit and brave man, Welcomed by cheers and by song, Leading bis troops in the van. Calmly ha now lies nt rest. Battle arouses no more Fires in that generous breast Leaping at cannon's loud roar. Bravely he fell at the front. Guarding his troops in the strife, Fell as tbe bravest are wont. Pouring out freely his life. Grief-stricken comrades have bore him Tearfully down to tbe grave. Grief-stricken warriors shall mourn him Noblest among the dead brave, , History treasures th* 4 glories Won by his prowess and art, Memory treasures the stories Hov'ring his head and his heart. Bleep where the murmuring waters Utl«r forever thy tomeRest from thy marches and slaughters en as far South as Va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 17 January 1868

9 Willi Turner, Riclwnond, Va. Hooe A Wedderburn nnd T. T. Bockliam, _lc_n__rl,., \'n. 1..-U lisis Brothers, Lynchburg, Vn. Prof. K. I-ec* Illsnton, Oonlnnsvllle, Va, A. —. (jlnrber, RUuinton, Va. Copt. (;. 0, Wertenlinker, Charlottesville. Br. E. M. McMnrrsn, Culpeper C. H., Va, Usn.ral Terry, Liberty, Va. .. Mathews Jt Psulctt, Wythevllle, Va. .. Qapt. W. Gordon — .(Jibe, Petorsburi?, V a Juno's I—iron Hoprf; Jft-i, Norfolk Vs. P. B. Prestis, __*4, suilolk, Va. Geo. Bag.*"", W'i, Tappnlinnnock, Vn. A. A. Ut__*, £«_, KrcdnrlcksburK, Vn. MsJ. B. P. Kolnnd, -_W_S—lrg, Va! Arthar (St-pheus, Esq., Stanardsville, Va. fl\.___sK Wallace, Esq., Madiaon c. 11, HOBE SIGNS. -he trustwortiiy Washington correspondent ofthe Baltimore Gazette says: I hear to day upon good authority, that General Grant, upon a categorical question, declared that he would accede to the behests of Cougress rather than the orders ofthe President, in any case which involved the jurisdiction of the Executive and Legisl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 17 January 1868

Anvii'KTo l'oLiriciasp.—Believe what you please, but take nothing for Grant Louie— Time was made for slaves; but now there arc no slaves; ergo, there i- no time. Certainly none like the — — ■ . Yeabxi-u.— We wish we were in Middleburg, playing backgammon with pr Cochran, bless Ids splendid old *»*. ___ _ Koi-tt's X xeaueus.—Boutr's Bread Kueaders ire penetrating the North.— i,ar"e orders trom Ohio have lately Ih'Cli received. Vive lioutt I Land Sale.— The line estate of Mr. W. P. Qiiisenburry, near Catlett sStation, ou the O. _ A. K. 1!., containing about 1,12(1 acres, was sold on last Wednesday to Ur. Willis, of Georgia, for $18.50 per acre. Tin. Devil.—Rev. W. „. Alger is writing a History of the Devil. We hope, for the Devil's sake, that Alger li not a loyal man. If he is, great injustice will he done to the character of the tr old Hebel. tBKT iJiiANiiY.—Stofer ofthe Obsorsays our br-nd.' from Washington •was burnt. Hut how about that cocktail we left behind ? Who was that man wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 17 January 1868

THE LAST HOO OF IDTUMN. 'Tls the last hog of Autumn, Left squealing alone; All his grunting companions Are butchered and gone: No pig of his kindred. No porker is nigh. T» help empty the swill-trough, Or share In the sty. I'll not leave thee thou lone 0116, To starve iv the pen ; Since th}- mates are all pork now, Die shalt thou with them. Then thus do I offer The blade to thy throat. And thou shalt he pickled Like every dead shoat. And may I be present When thou art the treat; For ham, ~*,u.e or sausage, Who . .mid not eatT When perple a.c hungry, A*|_ beef eau't te had, For calming the appetite Pork-not bad! shares. A Walker's dictionary—mile- I stones. A grave mistake—accidental ly burying ■ man sllve. A revolutionary character the man In the moon. What nation produces raarriae**! Why, Faclnation, _ When Is a window liUe a star t When it i. a sky-light. Why is the Republican party like the earth ? Because It has been flattened at the polls. An Irish lover said, "Its a great pleas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 24 January 1868

C b/galirt t» i r B i rt i n rt. BY aWSntt A BTOFER. Terms of Advertising The following are •ur terms of Advertising, which will, in ao Jaatauee, be departed from : line square, (10 linusorlewt,) Ist lnsert'n.Sl 00 'each subsequent Insertion Olio 'tin* square 12 months M6O una square 6 months, 8 00 One square .1 mouths 600 jiislnessCnrtls, one year 10 00 Two sqnarea, 12 months 20 00 Three squares, 12 mouths 25 OS Quarter column, 12 months tots Half column, 12 months, „. 70 00 one column, 12 months 125 00 , »*- Advertisement* for a less time than •three months will lie charged for at the initial rales—one dollar persciuare for the first insertion, and tlfty cents for each subsequent insertion. a9_Thennmberoflnsertionsmnstbemark- I iton Ibe manuscript, o. the advertinemonl WUI *>• oonttn'ned until forbid and chaiieil for accordingly. ft Baltimore Cards ai> » *is. Singleton ft BUCJ 1 ;ilc'poll ry.KS AND JOHimRX Off. IWA.MStoQI'EEXSWARE, i 1 AND DEALERS nr LAMPS, r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 24 January 1868

Site gatiw Wniiniau. «ORi.M(iE C. H:~ r— ] KRIDAV MORNlNO;;;;;-,',JANUARY 24. 1808 ■ AGENTS EM THE NATIVE VIRGINIAN. Peyton & Starke and W. H. Ryan, Esq Baltimore, Md. 1 J. Wall Tumor, Richmond, Va. Hooe ,v Wedderburu and I. T. Beckham, i Alexandria, Va. Latham Brothers, Lynchburg, Va. Prof. K. Lee Blanton, GordoiiNVille, Va. MaJ. A. M. Garber, Staunton, Vn. Cnpt. Q ('. Werteubuker, Charlottesville. I Dr. E. M. McMnrran, Culpeper C. IL, Va. General Ten-y, Liberty, Va. Mathews & r*aulett, Wytheville, Va. Capt. W. Gordon McCabe, Petersburg, Va J James Barron Hope, Esq, Norfolk Va. P. B. Prcßtis, Esq, Suffolk, Viv. Geo. Ban»y, Esq, Tappahnnnoek, Va. A. A. little, Esq, FrederlclcslmrK, Va. [ M«J. B. P. Noland, Middlcljurg, Va. Arthar Stephens, Esq., Stanardsvlll<\ Va Thomas P. Wallace, Esq., Madison 0, H, TELL US OF THE NIGHT. j Although the new Reconstruction ; bill has passed the House by a vote of j 123 to 45, and the Radicals evince no | dispositio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 24 January 1868

ghc Native _ft;OKAXJK C. Hiflr® FRIDAY MORNING,:::::.)ANCARY M, lsiis. LOCAL NEWS. Sol.i>. —The estale of M is. Ti ituit.i., near this place, luis been recently sold Lo Mrs. C'ovki.i.. The price, we hear, Has 918 an acre. Ohaniik Qa». —We hive at last niotmt.■d on Main Street, at public expense, [wo bell-crowned lanterns with candles inside of them, (ilow-ry ! Ink. —Mr. A. Thomson has presented is with a bottle of ink of his own manifactiire. We have tried it, and proihuuee it very good. Distii.i.kkies.—lt is said there are upivardsof ISO distilleries in the Connies of Madison,Greene and Albemarle. One distillery ill Seottsville turns out JoU_allons of Whisky a day. Siux Paistisu.—lf you wish to see lome adinirahly exeented signs, call at "apt. To* I'kvton's Store. There yon ivill llnd specimens of Mr. ii. ('. Beitaiw's work, which would do credit to I L-ity painter. Im.iax RsucS.—lt any of our subicrlberl or their friends have Indian reics in their possession, or can obt...

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