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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 5 March 1869

-,—._- ,---„— "B_obTs" CoarLiniNTs. two week* .•hind time as usual, to you Sandy. Wbbat.—T he customary predictions about wheat are cropping out in the pa pers. Wise, very wlee. Stb-Nqk BkiST.—The veal-horsei-l pede. Why not call it a colt, and be done with It f Pleasant.—To lee a eqtiib from tbe Native copied into Public Opinion, n London paper. At List r.e have got a Gordomville correipondent who H__n'Htll_l his t linen. Thanki, kind sir. Keep "and next year we will double yotr -__v___—lf w* had no better man ner! than tlie month of March, we would be ashamed of ourielvei. To fee constantly blowing your bad breath to peoples'faces. Shah! shall I Oodby for March, a good number, Young America, alio (rood; Little Cor ■ poral, very good ; and other!, .i good, •are on our table. Indeed we get noth log but good papers; everything ie g0... A.aim.— Let us drop the Cockney inn, vheel-lioree-ipede and call thr tiling what it really is, a wheel-horse. And tbe rider in tha beginning, ii gen e...

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 March 1869

——... _.___* „» i_._ . ah.... The barn-door creaked, Aad the old roof leaked, While All th*:rats In the stable squeuked ; The thunder roiiretl, And the rain-drops poured, Till the chickens thought they were over board. The cows and sheep, Iv a frightened heap, "Ware hurrying homeward helter-skslter; While the farmers boys, With a dreadful noise, Ware trying to drive them Into shelter. How the roosters crowed, And the oxen lowed, A— the storm-king over tho building rode ■ To each shrub and flower, Cume a exiling shower, Hut all the milk in the pans turned sour. The storm had past. For the rain at last o—it tired ml tumbling down so fait; And said Farmer Wood, As at work he stood, "Tills raln'll do us a heap of good." He cast his eye To the clearing sky. And saw a rainbow gleam on high; From the arching blue Of the sky It grew, Twas pink and yellow and every hue. "Look there," he said To his young son Fred, "After the storm sec the sunbeam shining; —emembcr throng life, In all care an...

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 March 1869

BY BAGBYA STOFER. 0K ADVERTISING.— Tho followin, •re our Serin, of Advertising, which wm I BO iastance, be departed from: '"' " One'Quar*, (10 lines or less,) Ist insrt'n Hi r, K«ch subseqeut Insertion... n ' * £ One square ID moiiths ,~. ? Onesquareti months '; J* gne square 8 months J." Business Cards, 12 one year. ,S .f Two square*, v months '•* }» Three squares 12 motit hi, £ * yuarter column, 12 months,"::::: £ !S Half column 12 months,. *} * **Ie column, 12 months,. ™~'~ ,'l '" ~_**■ 4dvertlsemfnts for a'iass Vi! ~ three months will bo charged o?„> * "'"" al rates-onedol arp rs'ni, r ■ r,?M ' " UM| ta«A?6n r nd flfty ™*yFZ*&S2$iZi •S-Tho number of Insertions must be murk •don the manuscript, or the adver isim,m will b« continued until forbid an S p •or accordingly. • •"" uiaiged MANUrACTUKEUS Or tt*A2,D, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT WAKE ROOMS, tie. WO Baltimore Street, near Entaw, *early ffllny years', iiafHlfis I ■ *ml upori llVelr ex-aJS *ft J-oll«n«e Rlniie 3rVo •■** Valued 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. — 12 March 1869

,«OBISGE C. H.,~~ FIUDAV MORNING,:::::::::::MAItCH 5, 18UII. ,M-wsi>.u'i;i; tins. Postmasters are required to give not ico by letter wbwu a subscriber does not take his neper from the oiBoe; and jr'n* tha reason i.ir its net, being taken, isVtlecting to do ao asal ea 'postmaster responsible to the pub ..fchci Ljr the payment. Any person who take* a paper regularly from the postomoc, whether no has subscrib ed or not, is responsible for the payment of tho snbacripi ion. . A person ordering; his paper discontinued BAUSI pay all arrearages, or the publisher may cwtinue tv send it until payment lo made, and collect the whole amount, whether it is taken from the oilice or not. Tho courts have decided that refusing to take a paperand periodical from the post oillce, or removing and leaving them uncall ed lor, is prima faete evidence of intentional fraud. ■AliV IrVTEBEST IN THE NATIVE VIRGINIAN FOR S-A-XjEZ. I WISH to dispose of my interest in tho Motive Virginian. Tlie paper has a larg...

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. — 12 March 1869

9A ORANGE C. «; ft/5) FRIDAY MORNING-.-MARCH 12, 1869. LOCAL NEWS~ WANTED, A T TITIS office. to learn the printing , business, a boy between 14 unrt it) veari of age, of good habits, with sufflcient educn tion to rend manuscript. None but one who can come well recommended need apply February 12, 1869. INFALLIBLE PaKHCBIPTION.— "If j- 0 |; wish to turn people's heads go late to church." Nominated.—For Sherrif, Vi. ij. y\ n val, Commonweathl's Attorney W, i: Sanford. The Marriage of Don Pedro Gilabert, a lineal descendant of the Castilian King?, has been the main topic ol talk ll) our community. Notice Will the Baptist Churches .id hi n a circle Of twenty-live miles ol Louisa C. H.,bear in mind the Sunday School Convention to meet there o", the 19th instant. It promise., to '~c a successful ami useful meeting. Come up, Sunday School men, r -n d help v, make it Come one, come nil and be piof.tctl, J. W. McCOWN. Itcw to Kill a Town. —Some one makes the following excellent sugges tions I...

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 March 1869

•IEOEL SNOOKS. A VSKT 3IOCRMFUL BALLAD CONCERNING A I.IWIIII OF THAT II.X. In his dark den sat lawyer Snooks, Great piles of script around him grew; Els table held as many book* A* was a table able to. For Slegcl (»uch the name he bore) Was learned In law and equity; Fnlt many a baffled lawyer su-oio At Sicgel's eagle legal eye. His brow was stern; his lip was sad; And twl>t his eye* a n-isc arose; But If the Jewish shape it had, Or Greek or Itoman, no man knows. (Ttra*i all three, and I guess aright,) A foe lo all tho world was he ; And like Bom* Demon of the Night, * At raeu he leveled deviltry. For ruined homes, dlshonor'd biers. Or groans, or curses, naught cared he; He would have drowned the werld in tear*, Ko l.c might "'get a little fee!" He wipes Ids pen—looks up—wilh fright He starts, for bursting on his view; Stood near his desk a lady bright; Sure never brighter, writer knew. Her face so fair, so purely grand, Were theme* to write a sinnet on; She wore a sea-green bonn...

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 March 1869

BYBAGBY A STOKER. _*k_s of AnvEKTiHiNa.—The following ■rs our terms of Advertising, whioti will, in BO Instance, be departed from: 1 One square, (10 lines or less,) Ist insrt'n. tl 00 _ach subseqent Insertion, v 60 One square 12 months, 12 00 One square 6 months 8 00 One square 8 months, 6 00 Business Cards, 12 one year, 12 ou Two squares, 12 mouths, 20 00 Three squares 12inontli* 25 00 Ouarter column, 12 months, 40 00 Half column, 12 months, 10 nt) bus column, 12 months 125 00 **r- Advertisements for a less time than iljrec months will becharged furat the usu al rates—one dol'arp:r square for the first In sertion, and fifty c«uls for each subsequent I_*ertlo—. as.'l'he number of insertions must be mark ed on the manuscript, or the advertisement will beeontluued until forbid uud charged **r accordingly. -____i .-UA i ._| W H. 1.1 tII hMlli: It CO., MANCEACTURERS Or BRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT 3PIA.INTO-~ l OII.TZIS Mt- ISO lialiiiiuire Street, near Eataw, BALTIMORE, MD. rpilmjE i, 'st...

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 March 1869

iE*»>«'vT'''f iY)X¥t^XTI-».*x>ri>• " "- - - - - FEUDAi* M'HlNIN*(l,;:::-.:::::M.iil'Jll 10. I_fat . IV I I i; LAWS. **_o—tast—rs are required to give notice by tetter v. i a stlbseribei dues not take bi nt pa .i ■ .■■ ■. and n.v. the re-aon ior Its being taken. Neglecting to do m ui.iKi-w posl p,i .-;■ r responsible to lliepub __her lji the payment. Any person who takes a paper remilurly from the poatofnoe, whether lis' has sobscrlb -eil or not, is res|iunsiUle IVir the payment ol I the subscription. A persun ordering lii.s paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or the publisher miy continue tv send it until payment is made, nnd celleet the whole amount, whether it is taken from the ofllce or not. Tlie courts have decided that refusing lo take a paper and perlOiHeal'from the post otik-e, or removing and leaving iheni tuna—l ad for, It prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. !11AL1' IMI'IttST tiye 'Virginian _r j «_>*l-5. „__-_-*___"_. li to dispose uf my interest...

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 March 1869

p nfleai-n tbe printing bmuticZr wi, i! K " n " 11 »" <<hic.ll -«*J^'n_ T"'' I > ■V" , ' l " ,, "nowho *" I« l7,ie_r ,JUlun(led uoed a Pply. «*«o _r e_i-tiarys_-!—!— p—> gentleman Informs us that Snow/ four Inches deep at Coves - the an.' orange railroad, on Jlon "ine, ' flay 1 Mttle will visit this place on f lle ".oxinio. for the purpose 0 f "Ting the right of confirmation Hon*-,:* arc needed In this, town Ka ny building lots are for sale in sirable locations. V MK who haye mom ncy to build have , c . h . wicc tol . proJ _ We Death or a Venerable MiA'isTEß.— Key. 'i'i'oniton String-fellow, a distinguished Baptist minister, died recently In Cul peper comity, at the venerable age of 81. He was a man respected for his talents, pulpit eloquence and devo tion to the Canto of his Divine Master. Serious Accident Tuesday ev ening lust whilst, Maj. E. Goss was re turnlng bom* from the -Tillage, be was thrown from bis horse and very seri ously In Hi red. He was carried to the Ex...

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 March 1869

'-■al ____________ra_-____4____a KISSIMi. Bltllng to-r ht in my eliamher, A bachelor frigid and lonely, I kiss the en l ot my pipe-stein— That, and that only I Reveries rise with the smoke wreathe*— Memories teuuer surround me; _irls that are marled or buried liailu-r iir.nii' I me. School-girls in pantalet* romping— Girl* that have grown to be misses; Girls that tils* to be kissed, and Like to t;ive kisses. Kisses—ah, well I remember! Those lv the corner were fleetest; Sweet were those "on the sly ;" thoae in the Dark were the sweetest. TO A ROASTING GOOSE. Ah I goose 1 you hissed one day at me— I feared thy noisy cackle; But now thou'rt on the pit, with glee I hear thee hiso and crackle ! _ ___ Thou now art brown, thou mica was white- Pride once was thee out-putting; But now of pride thou'rt empty quite, And filled with onion stuffing. But yet, though dead, I fear thee still— I love thee, yet I quiver; Thy savory, toothsome carcass Will, I know, upset my liver! A smart thing—a mus...

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 March 1869

BYBAGHY * STOKER. -_rms of AnvEiirisiNO.—The following are our terms ol Advertisina. which will, in no iiiKiauee, be departed from: One aqunre, (lo Unas or lens,) Ist iiisrfn, .1 u(i -Each snbseqent insertion 0 f>o One square 1_ monllis, 1_ no One square (i months, s (X) JJne square 3 months j; ... Business I'nnls, 12 one year, ' i_ m, Two squares, 12 months "" _v c_ Three squares 1_ months, _.-, _,) Utiurter coluiun, 1_ months, til dv Half column, 1-months, ;n ~,, Cue coin_____, 1_ moutlis, ...°,"l2_ on __" advertisements for a less tinietinm tliree months will be chained (brat the usu al rates—one dol'ar per square (Or the Oral In sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion. The number of Insertions rnnsl be mark ed on the mill.user |.l, or Ihe advertisement Will I ocontinued until forbid and cliamed l.r acoi irdingly. ii — 'it _ Sattim. m $*t&t. wn_Lr**_ Kr-AnE^-TcJO?, l____-_TA_rU-U_l_l o_ VRAM), Stir ARE AXD UPRIGHT "_F*I -A.-***-" O-IT'O XL TE 13 WAIimtOOMS, ...

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 March 1869

mr-ikm Wit aittiatt, EC. H ~~ — l . XO,::::::::::M,\ncII 2(1, 186-. C ■***■■ J-.MfaPAPJSK. J_AWB. t -Joeita**™ a'* e required to glv« notice by _ 1-itcr v-*> a subscriber does uot take bis J>. per f lu tb_ ollice; and glvs tbe reason } for its •'■ being taken. Neglecting to do so Wake, iposlioasterrespouslbleto tlie pub _.'.shcr** *'"-*. payment. . ■ Anjperson who takes a paper regularly from ie postofflce, whether li. bus subscrib- < ed or ot, 1* responsible for the payment of tbo gbscriptioii. ||a er__n ordering his paper discontinued _ muf Pay all arrearages, or the publisher may . oi inue to Bend It until payment is made, ' a_a O-Uaot tbe whole iiiiioiiut, whether It Is . tj_cn from the "tUce or not. The courts have decided that refusing to ] lake a pe ipermid perkidical from the post- . office, <£ removing and leaving them uncali- ' •d ft-. Wurlma fame evidence of intentional , fraud Jr J * HALF INTEREST II- THE 1 NATIVE VIRGINIAN • *E»OX_. S___i_l. i I WISH to disp...

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 March 1869

g*- s r_j--i4±^ v f^' 3: -! r^' i g-g^^y" 7 - H»lil< iffilgittifttt. St»?OI{A>OE C. H:t«® 1-IWIJAY MORNlNQxiiiM«i4lAllcn '-'li, IN-. LOCAL HEWS. WAII'EB, AT TfllS ollice. to learn the printing business, a boy between 11 nnd 16 years u*ago, of good habits, with sufficient educn- Win to read lilitliuseript. None but one who i—£ conui well reconiiueiided need apply. Fehruarylii, lsilil. ! —g—■ I'BEAt-uiNa.—Hot. B. 11. l'oinile.xtcr, 1). I)., will prcaoh in the llnptiit Clmrcli .ii Sunday next. Dektistiiy.—Dr. J. Walter Sciibm i* liaving gnuluatcilattlie U.-iltimore Ueu tnl College,has again returned to Or ange, lie will be at the Court House about the Stir instant. See his card. ll«x)i_, .V_.n__.K-mt m & Co.—Tho .id vcriiviiient of this well-knoivn firm, •nliteh lias won a j-.putution for lib**. iii" In iiilvcrusiiijf ,Mld for high mei -.nilile pOlly, will he'found inoiirc- 1 iiinii!; ami will repay ps-runl. Larhk Hoo.—Thomson 1 Pajrna * Co., commission msrabanta, .'eceived t...

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 March 1869

BOIL IT DOWN. BY nAUHT DOD. •ft 11 at ever you have to say, my friend, Whether witty, grave or gay, Condense as much as ever you can, Ind say it the readiest way ; 1 whethot you write of rural affairs, r particular things In town, t take a word of friendly advice— 801 llt down. • If you go spluttering over a page, *hen r, couple of lines would do, ir butter Is spread so much, you see, hat the bread looks plainly through, when yon have a story to tell, .nd would like a little renown, make iiulte sure of your wish, my friend, 801 l it down. When writing an article 'or the press, Whether prose or verse, Just try, To utter your thoughts In the fewest words, And let them be crisp and dry. And when It Is finished, and you suppose", It Is done exactly brown, Just look over it again, and then l_oil it down. For editors do not like la print An article lazily long; And the general reader does not care For a couple of yards of song. Do gather your wits in the smallest space If you'd win the au...

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. — 2 April 1869

*»* iMtiv<J.irglttin»,j BY BAGBY A STOFKR. Advebtisiko.—The foilowhiß are our Serins ol Advertising, which will, In no instance, be departed from: One square, (10 lines or less,) Ist lnsrfn. 81 o tacli kubsetient insertion „.... u5 One square 12 iiionths, 12)53 Ouesquureß months,.., "' s." One stpiare 3 niontlis,.., 5 no Business lards, 12 one yeur, 12 oo Two squares, II months, .. 20 no Three squares l_> months, •..•„„',' 25 on Ouarter column, 12 mouths,...-...........,,,, 4a im Half eolumn,l_t months,. , 711 on One column, 12 months, . .._....-l_K nc. 4_r Advertisements for a fcws timet).— three months will be charted for at the usi, al rates—iiiiedol!a» per square for the tl- , , aertion, and fifty cents for each sub- s ■„", ,','!," insertion. ->ciiiieut }a_.Thenumberof insertionsrt. 11K ,~„_,,, , ed on the manuscript, or tlie -.„i,.„, ',' m! -k --wlll tie continued until fori,.' ~?V '.' meat *sr accordingly. ' ll,u i-iarged HA-ll'F _it-TI'RKHS Of GRAND, SQUARE AXD UPRIG...

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. — 2 April 1869

ftalifti t RANGE C. H.,~< sc RIDAX MORXINQ,:::::::::::::APRII. 3, 1.6!». tNEt.VSPAI'EIt _L,AWS. e( Postruastjers are required to give notice hy Si ittur wlib-i a subscriber doss not hike his oi i per from the office; and givw the reason v >r its nut. being taken. Neglecting to do so lakes iposli.cisterieKpoiisibletolheinih- ;~ ;n!ier lor the puyhieut. U Any person who takes a paper regularly w rum the postofflce, whether he hiis suTiscrih- . ■ dor not, is responsible tot the payment of *-' he nulls,■ilplloii. |A person ordering iiis paper discontinued mist pay all arrearages, or the publisher may . ontinue to send it until payment is nuule, ~ nd collect the whole amount, whelher it Is aken from the utlieeor not. ti The courts have decided that refusing to alee a paper and periodical from the post- s ilHee. ov removing and leaving them uncali- _ d for, is prtma facte evidence of inteiitiomil rail.l. Few communities are so poorly ofl' I ihat they cannot boast of at least one i '...

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. — 2 April 1869

-* —• -.__ ._*.' oiiam;i: c. h i WS) F "IDAY M(.lirNIXO:::::::."::. : :A_-n:l. J, i LOCAL HEWS. WASTED, AT Tins office, to learn tlie printing '» business, ahoy between II and 111 years i™??' ""^V". I habits, wilb BUlflelenl ..'lia-i --ane.'Vi,'e'': '~ , ' ,v ' n ' c,i '' 1 - Nonebul ,„,.. 'l, , m * m ? Wmimni !'y*mmMmm*mamem l Ket Foe.nd.-A Mnull bnuil key ileked up on the Plank Road «, Mw lays since, which the owner '£& Bot fv [ 'ailing ut thisoUiee. " ' ' To I-AWYh'H.s. — I.tlM yers <v'(|| . ike notice, that ccrti.ic.tc mr p * ease lade to lagal ailvcitisouii;.- ''' " ot b(: rlater's tee has ten '" u " tl1 tl,u Jon c shall cletiiaiK' 'l jt '" s l >ec ' :ll e:icps 'ork ttouo ' " le castl ' or all ''"'' ill !__ st- at " H * o'hee. This rule i lictly adhorcil to in futiiie. ..ATI! OF AN KsTIMABI.H CITIIBK. — JIJS. Bun, Esq., one of the oldest and best -pitizensof this county, ilictl ut, his resi lience near this place on Sunday last. Oin Friends must make allowance or the ...

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. — 2 April 1869

j §m%kixl* ! ._ SERENADE. I will not ask to press that cheek, Without a guarantee That nature spreads the pearl and led 1 Which there I always see j t Those lustrous lips I will not touch, Unless you promptly say , That their bright hue Is fast and true, And will not wash a way. | T .use brilliant eyes may owo their charm To liellodenna's use, , Coraplcxlon tints, I've heard dark hints, ') Are c.ianged by walnut Juice; And If I ask the dearest girl t For whom alone I live, I For one long tress to kiss and bless, n It mayn't be hers to give. The penciled brow, the raven lash, Are open to a doubt, " And some mistrust, but they're unjust, i The shape I rave about; Bo In this dubious state of things, ] And as the weather's warm, r 1 will not seek to press that cheek, Or ask to clasp that form. ' Jffifij attft __M!__ The lady -whose peace of mind j was broken is having it repaired. i —— The hope is sure which has its ! , foundation in a virtue. , If there was no clouds we should J not cn...

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. — 9 April 1869

Ll.tL-ULLJIL. _.■-_!.'_!!... L-Bi.'W.. . . Wat /f BTBAOBY ASTOFEIt. TSbsws or A oVKH-riHiNii.—Tlfe foliowhip; *.-•; our lei-m of Advertising, which will, iv n* tnm-.iuce, he ileparted from: •.. KTtmi.,(WltoWiorless,)lstlnsrt'n,#l 00 in, it 'tuli.ie.ient insertion, 0 00 : ...j. mjimre 1.l months, 12 00 _i_»Hquare!l months, _ 8 00 One square,, months, :. no i Business Cards, 12 one year,- 12 00 Two squint-, 12 months, 20 r,, Threestiuares 12months, 2. r > oo Onnrter et.lumn, 12 months, yy Half column, 12months -0 00 Ouo column, 12 months t ]_ or) mm~ Advertisements for p \c-s» vme than three months will he rhaiy ~( i fori.t'the usu i.l rates-oneilollorprrho; llan . f nl - ti K .fl rKt In ncrtlon, ami fifty cents jj, r L , a< .) l BU |, se( . ucnt insertion, S9uThemi-iberof . ns ortloim must he mark' t'l*" 1 ,""""'-. tpt, or the advertisement T iU "-_SSSHS. U -i until forbid und charged f»r accordlngl 'W ci.1.1 411 K-ABG &, CO., MANLTACTtriIEKS OP ftRAMI, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT j...

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. — 9 April 1869

-.~OKAK6I f. H.,~. — | FKIDA V MORWINa,K:K::^r::Ai , RIL », USD. — * - . __- _..■■■ -. ~.,,-,, ■—- ,N-\V SPAPKU LAWS. Postnastera are required to give notice by letter wbtu a subscriber does uoi take Ins lx per from the ofllcc; aud give the-reason Tor Its u-i being taken, Neglecting to do so makes vpoul master responsible Us the pub lisher !-.r me payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly "from the postorrlce, whether hw lias subscrtb . d or not, la responsible tor the payment of ttie subscription. ||A permiu ordering his paper discontinued ■lust | my nl 1 arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send It until puyment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether It Is taken from the ollice or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper and periodical from the post since, or removing anil leaving them uncall ed for, it prima facie evidence of Intentional fraud. People who live in the country snd who read only Southern newspapers have no earthly conception o...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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