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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 29 January 1869

lig of special in Monday. The Hei'iidon's case ' postponed, c advertisement >• No sueli op. .t ever occurred where again. tnury came il, U, Heip packs mail that letter lis gentleman in bn a chance to o large bodies of a.—The fourtli 10 cents. The ■sof this and all iay for thcin.— >eJia, I'hiludel- , lie Messrs. Hull lately bought, y of D. D. M. I ' Mr. John M. lty, has taken rely to work, iv Clerk, Mr. •cgulaily upon es, and, it is to lie county, will at with the de • it office. AM, lIOI.CO.MBK. ikowr connect. ssion bouse of n Alexandria. s house to the tizens. he Postmaster the office at jjinia, asasep stmaster is nl pcr annum for anuary 1,1869. thought that ie mildness of 1 get ice. But en lv the cold i which tires ng the whole 11 hints that y about an lr icy, a papier B. F. Butler lli in place of ivhieh now a- Bi.tier's head that this gen efused to ac nes, not being nir citizens o" ng. Conduct, the already iaj. s. le belli rimoßE.—You d his son vc r. Levy, the A. number ol ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 29 January 1869

THE .N\ MPII OF THE LORELEI. "Der noble Ritter Hugo Yon Hchwiilensuufeusteln, Rode out mlt splicer and helmet, Uud he room to de punks of de Rhine. Und oop dere rose a meer-mald, Vat hadn't nodings on, Und she say, "Oh, Ritter Hugo, Yere you goes mlt yourself alone t" And he says, "1 ride ln de crcinwood. Hit helmet nnd mlt gpbeer, Till I ceotns Into em Gasthaus, Und dcrc I triuks some peer. Ana den outspoke de maiden Vot hadn't got nodings on: "I tont dink mooch of peoblesh Dat goes mit demselis alone. "You'd pettercoom down In de wasser, Vere derc's heaps of dings to see, Uudhafeaspblendid tinner Und drafel along mlt me. "Dere yon sees dc flsch a schwlminlu', Und you catches dem efcry one;'' go sang ills wasser maiden Vot hadn't got nodings on. "Dere tsb drunks nil full mlt money In ships dat vent down of old; Und you hclpsh yourself, by duudsr! To shliumerln crowus of Gold. "Hboost look at doe sbpoons and vntches t Shoost see dese diamond rings I Come down and full your bockets. ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 February 1869

BY XOZUI ADDUMB. Wen I will yungand In my prlem, I had sum meat uppun ray boanse*. I loss It all In nicks wecx tlem At a plain they call Fill Joannes. Too and 20 yeer agoe It were— I cack'late It by my groaiises— That I set 4th frum Liuchbug toun On a vlxzlt to Kill Joanne*. Mia* Bobry, she wuz with me, too, And Wllyum, bruther uv Kill Joanses, Miss Jessie with her eye so blue— Wuz all a stayln at Kill Joanses. Yung Killup then were bat a boy, And Hedilin, toddlin oar the stoanscs, lie holp us to cumpleet our Joy While a stay in at Kill Joanses. Twuz in the good old days uv ole— We a'liz Monnuks on our throanses— The crap wuz wuth Its weight In gole At the plats they call Fill Joanses. Big Mister Willis at the mill— He had sum meat uppun hit boannes— Frnnk Qnawl he clum the red clay hill, And Farmer John cum down to Joansea. Miss Mara- Stannud she wuz thar— How mellojus wuz her toansea! Anuther gearl that had black bar. And inenny mo, wuz at Fill Joanses. Been dinln out and dlnln in...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 February 1869

-lour -new movement' willjnot suc ceed," said a New York banker to us a few days ago. "Why notf" "Uecausc the rings in Wullst., forbid "What arc they alter?" "The Virginia railroads. They want to water the stock as they did in Ten nessee and North Carolina—quadrup ling the debt ofthe State without build ing an additional mile of road." "So there is no political feeling In the matter—no love ofthe negrof" "Not a bit of it. It is ill for money." "I thought they had plenty of mo "Not they. Sometimes you may find an individual who has enough money ; never a eet of men. Besides they arc living at a rate which compels them to squeeze the last dollar out ot the South ern States." "But they are ripping the goose that lays the golder. egg." "They care nothing for that. Bird In the hand is their motto. Moreover their extravagance forbids their walt "Do the Wall st., ring* rule Con stress ?" "Certainly, they are in partnership.'' •'Well, is it your opinion that Grant will be ruled by the rings...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 February 1869

I LOCAL NEWS. kt lias an advertisement In iper, which you oiijelit to : Immortal and indefatiga n the Held as he always is. le depth of loirr or five inch on Tuesday. It tlid not lie -A lady ol this village lias fit lor the table for three Think of it—lettuce .in 1(1.--If the honor of Vir -5t be trusted in the bands J eight gentlemen who in -10 new movement, pray in ye trust our honor ? b Coeporai, for February' ity of tending matter, in ie to young and old. It is Hinted, and costs only $1 a -On Friday night, January jhtened and thundered.— bat. A garter snake, 16 ivas killed on the railroad •evioiis) to this same tliiin- i i that fact, •ied to break jail again the I it had succeeded in forc »f lils cell, but was detect- I llousjtwoKTu in lime, to pre- I ipe. Two augurs and a Kind in his possession.— ; Is anxious to be tried. If you will read the cer- I . K. ,S. Orioobt. whose Id, is now crowned with jrs, yon will not hesitate KM» (which, by the way, ; too much like a derivi- I hybr...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 February 1869

Do you think If I'd a baby That I'd let him pull my hair? Do you think IM pai on collars Just to let him soil aad tear? Bo you think I'd call It pretty When he bites his little toe? Vet 1 have known some silly mothers, With their babies, do Just »o. Do you think I'd set him crying Jnst to see his cunning frown ? Do yon think I'd let him walking Just to see him tumble down T Waild I call my baby pretty, When he'd neither teeth nor hair f Yet I've known some silly mothers, "With their babies think they are. Would I buy him drums and rattles Just to hear him make a crash t Would I watch him most delighted Break ray mirror all to smash ? Would I smother him In the flannels -Just because his voice was low ? Dose hire up with belladonna? Silly mothers treat him so. Would I think his brow Byronle fast, besuusH- It was so bare? And his head Napoleonic In Its shape, though minaa halrf Could I trace the marks of genius In his eyebrows curved und low ? Yet I've known some silly mothers, With t...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 12 February 1869

*J improvenien ts,lnclmt Ine tho AgranV Tre hla, ivory fronts, and the Improved r"i n 1 Action, fiilly warmntcil for Aye yens, will »rlvilea« of cxcliango witliin twelv.- I ..intln If not entirely KutlKfactory topurclc H«cond liiinil Pianos ami Parlor Ofanuaal wnya on hand, from Sst> to s sin. Reference*, who hava our i'lancs in u.-.r:- Oenerul Robert X Lee Lexington, Va; <.icn •raJ Robertßansom, Wilmington, N (.'; Mini MePbrraon, Mrs M A Keblilujcr, I'rofesHorH KJetuu-dH, Dr John it Baylor, Dr Woods, W II Tliomua. J T Antrim, A.llicmarle county. I'wnis liberal ; RCllll is aollcltcd. _ April 17,1SUS—ly. CORTLArV A CO., SIS mm* SlB Baltlaaara Street, BALTIMORE, MD., ac BaT je» o rt.T Ens. CHINA, GLASS, AND BART HEN WARE, TABLECUTLHKY, FAMILY HARDWARE N.ATED TKA AND COFFEE SERVICE, f «rks, siMioiiK, Cam to re Mutter Tubs, Britannia and Block Tinware FENDERS, SHOVELS, TONGS, S»4»Bi»im AND HOUSE ri'IIXISHINI, OOODS Or Ercrr Varletr. THE Goods have all been selected from tha moat c...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 12 February 1869

OSUWSPAPKR LAWS. - Poetmsstsrs are required to give notice by Utter wliw v subscriber does not take bis paper from tha office; and give the reason iur lis n«», being taken. Neglecting to do so uiak.es t post master lespousiblc tot he pub ajabsr mi' the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the post office, whether he lias subscrlb •d or not, is responsible for tbe payment of lbs subscription. ||A person ordering his paper discontinued aanst pay all arrearages, or the publisher inßy •ontlnuc u» send It until puymcnt is made, and celled tbe wbole uinount, whether it Is taken from tha office or not. The conrta bave decided that refusing to Saka a paper aud periodical from the post •Ace, or removing and leaving them unciill •4 for, ia arlnKi facte iilik-nce of Intentional fraod. IJ—B-B . - ' ■ '* WANTED, AT THIS office, to learn the printing business, a boy between 14 and 18 years of age, of good habits, with sufficient educa tion to read manuscript. None but one who •an ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 12 February 1869

Coo »■ Tar.—Noiso made by a North Carolina bahf. California Be_d Wbkat.—Specimens mar be seen at this office. Advertlte luciit in to-day's paper. CftcscEKT Lamps.—We have tried one and found It most useful and services, hie. For sale by Taliaferro & Sox. Slew.—The greatest sign on earth Is that of Toascn & Kia, 280 Baltimore St., Baltimore. If you want printing done, you know where to go, Kxflaratlon.— For want of type a hUtflbcrot advertisements, to some of which allusion was made In this column, were left out of last week's paper. They appear to day. Baodt thinks thnt it takes us just eigh teen months to get off a joke. In that time H, Could get oil' nonsense euougli for a whole lunatic asylum.— Lynchburg Virginian. knows. Fochd.—The body of a white infant was X no *' ' on * s ' nce ■> tne Mason . le ourylii * K roHad ncttr t,lis P !ace - It was covered* w ' ta * few '" che » ot dl " No clue. A Leoii. Fbibko objects to the judg ment rendered In the ca*e J* *»■ O >r d...

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 February 1869

»-__., Ut _IBS jT_IA HATJ-aXD- Work I while bright daylight on thy path Is beam', ng— W«rk while 'tis day; Dospnlr not thou, although thy task Is seem ing To last alwuy. Trust I when the dusky shadows o'er thoe flying, Obscure the sun. Though Duty's task Is euded but by dying, Let It be done I Work I while bright daylight on thy path Is beaming. Though not for gold— Fame proves v phantom, and our Ide dream ing A tale thnt Is told; But cherish ever with with a grand emotion, A seat for strife 1 , Our earthly blrthwrlght lv this wild com motion, This threefold life. Work I while bright daylight ou thy path is beaming. For night palls down. Work I while the lustre In thine uyo Is gleaming. To win tho orown. VTork with thy, hand and with thy many ta lents, Ay, with thy soul; Thy threefold life weighed In tho eternal ba ance, Demands the whole. ___*. _.- JBfit **l _fott»f>,, A philosopher says if anything' will make n woman swear, it 1= looklug for her nightcap alter the lamp's blown ...

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 February 1869

ESTAISUHIIED 1.-Sl. A, S. (JIIEE-. ,IA . n. UItKEN i;itr.t:\ & brother, __jgrr_oro_si_ or PA LOR, IHNING-ROOM, HALL, CHAMBER, OFFICE, BCIIOUL & C'HLTtCH Furniture, , Corner of Prince and Fairfax Sts. I AI.EXANDUIA, VA. PURNITURB at wholesale and re ' , !"■}}•, AISO '' l>l '' ll ' l ' s '' ll ' i ' h -ss_aa3»i_t i »»h_ inet-Makcrs' and Upholster «■' ■ ■ _f» ers' Materials. Tucker's _L_^^ p *Trl Wright's celebrated .sprm.-^""» Bads always on hand. Wept ember Ist, WW.—ly A. W. T-"_H_A_f, lIK.U.KR IN WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHARES, ■ OVAL AND SQUARE PICTURE 1 RAMUS LOOKING GLASSES, Shade I'lxiurcN, torn ices, CURTAIN HOOKS, CORDS, TASSELS, _C 12) King Street, ALEXANDRIA, VA. fIRDKRH for l'apering In city or country promptly attended to. , April 10,18i>8—ly. Brill,* a.ftet., Miimifivcturerfi of Stoves & Tin Ware WOkSJtM in COPPER AND SHEKT-IROX, And Dealers Generally IN HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES. No. 7 N. Royal St., ALEXANDRIA, Va. Nov. 13,1367. —ly. BRILLIANT I NON-EXPLOSIVE I...

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 February 1869

Moves the star of Empire—not b luck but by inevitable and inexorabl law. We protest, we sneer, we cal names, we entreat, we wax eloquent we appeal to the highest faculties of hn inanity, we recall the better days of th ltcpubllc, we pray, we almost weep.- Our modern Demosthenes' prove ho' vain is the divinest eloquence whe poured to degenerate hearts. The Agi and the Cleomcuos of the hour exhib the spectacle, ever fraught with me lancholy interest, of noble natures oi of harmony with the present, an spending their energies iv the vain al tempt to turn back the stream of thn and call again into existence the feel lugs and the Institutions of an irrevc cable past. Meantime tho irresistibl forces which control the destinies ( nations hurry us on to the predestine goal of all Republics. The arrow It loose In an evil hour from the strin returns no more. It is beyond on reach. Ixion may start, but who ca top, the liery wheel. He is bound to Aith brazen bands. The stone of Sisj phus must r...

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 February 1869

Siti.i.ino. - Iho Dispatch km spell quire —as thus, choir of paper. Most or ocu FaßMina are pretty welj up in their work. Pai__r*_a AsxorN'CKMi-.vT Bin*. ham - declaration that Butler is a Send of hell. Howoftkn must we repeat that, North Caroitha ll not the last, but almost the last—the pea_Wtl-P.lt—o( creation. Tun Hound Table lias become as con ceited as the K. Y. Herald. H ns . smiled, its vanity is foolish ; il Teal, disgusting. Lkntkn Skkvkhs at St. Thomas's Cliurch liave been unusually well at tended, fully one half the congregation being country people. At Liar.—Washington, February 18, a-lt is stated licit (li ral I-Uigatraet 14 an applicant for the Xesv Orleans eollcctoraliip. Ahem ! Boßif. —Tha Lynchburg Virginian compliments _*-» Routt in high Urate and says a great tua'W of his ingenious aud useful instrument.! v' r e being sold in that vicinity. BoM-AM. — VVithiii the past week Messrs. A. Thomson and A. G. Xiciioj.s have, been robbed of meat, chickens, etc. Somebody fr...

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 February 1869

Morocco soft that doth enclose The white whereon my ludy goes, High heels thai lift her lips to mine. And eyelets with n silver shine— , Fall not malignant evening dews, Lest you should wet my lady's Bboes. Oh, purple grape-leaf on her head, In silken benedictlon spread, With wreaths and ribbons, knotted, curled, | Tbe colors of a mag— world— Oh weep not, summer rain, upon it, Lest you should soil my lady's bonnet. Oh, nameless art, thatfinakex her slim, Laces in which her shoulders swim. The daring graces that combine The "Grecian Bends dellrous line— Leaves, shun her as you rustle, down, Lest you derange my lady's gown. Complexest wonder of the time, Insplrer of my fe.vld rhyme. What odds and en.ls make up the show, The gracious lady that I know 1 Confusion bright of sex and dress- To woo is sweet—but to possess 1 If industry is no more than hab it Is at least an excellent one. Brownlow says that, li_e Paul, he has "fought with wild beasts at -pliesus." If he has he fought with hi...

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 February 1869

« M Ait i.-N ill. STiurr, |f—r the bast I'lano now made, over 13altl j_or». I'luliul.-lpliiii and New York Planos.J orricc and warkroomh : ■ _ T M*rtl> Liberty n(.-ear Balto. st BALTIMORE, MD. 6TIEFI'"S PhinosJ have nil the latest Improvements, Including the Agraf— Tre ble Ivory Fronts, and the Improved Krcnch Astlon, fully warranted for five years, with privilege of exchange within twelve months ir not entirely satisfactory to purchasers. -ocoiut hand IManos mid I'arlor Organs al ways on hand, from Sri) to ?.')0fl. References, who hay« our Plnnos In use:-— -snoral Holiert i. Lee Lexington, Va; (ien •r»l Kobert llimsoin, Wilmington, NC; Miss Mel'herson, Mrs M A Kehllngur, Profensor 11 Klehard*, Dr John It llaylor, Dr Woods, W ■ .homo*,.! T Antrim, Alliemnrlocounty. Terms liberal; a call is solicited. Aprilll7,ls« Sly. ' CORTEA- - CO., •It •■« »lf Baltimore lirul, BALTIMORE, MI)., AT. __C _=» O -F. T 33 X- IS . CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE, .ABLE CUTLERY, FAMILY HARDWARE rLAI'KIi...

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 February 1869

P Astronomers have mapped otn. —« planet Mars as accurately almost as geographers have the earth. Not only are the boundaries Uettned, but the teas and continents are named. A writer In Fraser's Magazine says: One of the most singular featuret of Mars is the puevalence of long and wind ing inlets and bottle-necKed-eas. These features are wholly d'i_tinct from any thing oil our earth. For instance:— Higgins Inlet is a long forked stream, extending about 3,000 miles. Besscl Inlet is nearly at long, and Nasmyth Inlet still more remarkable in its form. On our earth the ocean is three times as •extensive as tlie continents. On .Man a very different arrangement prevails In the first place, there Is little dispari ty between the extent ot oceans and continent-, and then these are mixed up i In a most complex iniiniier. A travel er, by either laud or water, can visit al most every quarter of the planet with out leaving the element in which he be .gan his journeying-. If he chooses logo by w...

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 February 1869

I sox has gone into c brnln. i been sold around ithiu tl.u past six :t Is iv the -tttt of j t plunk walk Trom tlie University, r,,r li bo nothing left to psifcn,— A Judge in th Carolina, recent, nd jury that a law e ''horse-high, DU |L. [hi." ;_rs.— The O. A. & ipany win furnish o Washington, from Hue. good from the -arch, at one third re. vo million dollars in ar coin has acciimu- The Canadians do 10 with it. re. Lias Kinehcloe way tv -'git that uv I! guest who appro i requests us to pub be netit the famous Here they are : I'd lire's dull round as may havi been lie still has found ome ut an Inn. -There art a few in France, in which 'or frost. In 1172 heir young in Feb no winter weather . the cherries ripen -1 the grapes during 1838, HoMers were A. 11. Thomson, has Mr. Payne of Fau lissiou business in aril of the new firm nir advertising col ilo ilo not give our lift, then they ile um the heathen. -7'oion Man. —flow ing out here in the -Oh, I don't know, sort of life ; time pass...

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. — 26 February 1869

THE SLAVE OF THE DISMAL SCAMP. Under a rattling whirligig, Which a Yankee had taught to spin, A maiden sat, with bosom flat, And Angers long and thin; And shb was the slave of a dismal scamp, A man with a soul of tin. And her's was a chest like a coffin lid. And cheeks like the church-yard clay, And pulses that feel like the click of steel, Picking a life away. I Dally dying and tolling still, For the dismal scamp ln hit dismal Mill, Under the shadow of Bunker Hill— What does she sing or say ? "Oh I why are my eyes so large and bright, And my fingers so long and thlnt "The better, my dear, for the spludles' flight The faster, my love to spin"— Spoke tne maiden whoso lungs were lint, To the man with the soul of—tin. Would God that my skin were not so white, And my brain of a lesser size! And would that my hair were kinked so tight That I couldn't shut my eyes! And th I for an hour ln the sunny fields, Where the snow-white cotton grows; For the heaviest hardest task that yield- Free b...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 March 1869

-—— — —«,■..•> ——. — _ — he bset I'iano now made _t«ra, Philadelphia and York rlanosj orrica _ND wiasaoo ' -tart* l.n.frlr .t. _«., BALTIMORE, M EFF'S l'ianosl have nl prove—.eni*, including the orv Fronts, and the iinpr i, fully warranted for fly« •a* of exchange within tw entirely satlNii—torv to pu nd hand Pianos itnil Park in hand, from t— to t—u. r*nce«, who Imv* our Pini tl Itobert X I.cc, Lexiuijti Jbrrt Kimsoni, wllmliiKto i—idn, Mrs M A Keblinner, its, Dr John X Uaylor. l)i uaa,.l T Antrim, Albemai la liberal; a coll Is soliclit 1 17, I«S_— ly. cortLaiv _ cc sil SIM Xi, HI mora BALTIMORE, ML sdC _=» «_> :__ _? __ CHINA, GLASS, A RTHENW. C OUT-KltY, FAMILY IU _TSI> Tr.A AMD I'OrFEE SI ki, Spoons, Va Tubs, Britannia and Bio .DERS, SHOVELS,'I IBM ami _OU—I ruii.vibi! Of Every Vsrietr. Gootls have all been 1 the most celebrated re rail—ed to be fin— class paltern, and beautiful li •a having been boiiuht v prices, on account ofthe , will be offered tociiKtonu litis; red...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 March 1869

It is a remarkable fact that the ven arables Ro Ridgway ami Alex. McDon ald tried hard to become our great grandfathers. They both courted our great grandmother, the then widow Catherine Durrill, and were both kick ed by her in the self same hour. This remarkable event occurred in the year 1742, iv the front porch of the Durrill Mansion in X ing George. Messrs Ridg way and McDonald had scarcely left the house bclorc our maternal great grandfather, the Rev. Jedutlnin Uees wax Browne,ol tl-Piaiikitank Circuit, irode up, courted the lair widow right away, aud was accepted. Uinc Ulat aa***——_ A veteran Virginian publishes a card In wh-h he shows that oleoek lighting U improving, aud that eating the eggs ol game chiol.ii s makes men plucky, punctilio-*, and «t~tfii>e for thar honor. We have contracted with a highly re spectable, enterprising and regular game hen in Nansemond to furnish a doieu of her roost reliable eggs to each of our dear, delinquent subscriber.. A girl In Paris who ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
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