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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 9 April 1869

ff__l_______________--! _»vollA>Gr_ 0. Hit**- FRIDAY MOnNIN0s:::::ir::::iAPRIL 9, 1809. LOCAL iTEWS. IriilTED, AT Tni3 ollice. to leiiin the prliitinp: , business, a boy between 14 ami 1(1 yearn : of uge, of good habits, with sußelenl ediicii llon to read manuscript. None but one who ' ■an come well recommended need apply. robruaryl2, 1»«P. Manassas Gazktts.—A sprijfhtly pa. -jier witb Ibis n.tmc has Just been start ed at tbe village of Manasiaa. "Half-idiot— half-iiapi't" in our|lasJ Issue was written "huli'-iUiot, half pup py." Editor writes bad hand. Ct'SA.— Sympathy with rebels in Cu ba, in HofU of U. S. ▲. Of course, of 'course. Hut supposing now that the devils living in the So-.ul.eni section of hell should rebel, which side woulil ilr. "Vaiik. sympathise with tlten-—hanli I 'Sdfcfrftm n -"Visas Text.—The N. Y. Ho_ie.'_ U t-nalWs.- — iliss lleigcn, Ridge, gave ti select enteitaiti roent on Thursday evening of last week* The German was lead by Ut. Scripture, ol Brooklyn. El...

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. — 9 April 1869

Ml liH IV MEN. I will never more deceive yon, ©r of happiness bereave you, I would die a maid to grieve you, Oh! you naughty, naughty men. '. You may tulk of love, und sighing-. Hay for as you are nearly dying, All the while, you know you are trying To deceive, you naughty men. When you Waul a kiss tar favor, You put on your best oeli'avior, And your looks of kindness savor, Oil! you naughty, naughty men. Of love you set us dreaming, Ami with happiness'when teeming, *We And you are but seeming, Oh! you naughty, naughty men. If a fortune we inherit, You see ln us every merit, declare ma are girls of spirit, tl . * v, naughty men. • Hi ,i iniiy ■ i matter of money, .... i. ml uf honey, F-Xi-D i naughty, naughty men. Ami when married, how you treat us. And ol' each fond hope defeat us, And there's some will even beat us, Oh ! you naughty, naughty men. You take us from our mothers. From our sisters and our brothers; -When you get us, flirt with others, Ob! you naughty, naughty men. But,...

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. — 16 April 1869

*. t-Aiti.-s m. mEFr, __r Ihe best I'hmo now made,'over I'alii _loi-e, Philadelphia und New York I'iaiK— ._ O—PICI AND WAD-BOOMS : l«. T —erth Liberty at. near Balto. st BALTIMOKE, MI). CTIHFF'S Piauosl have all the latest impn ivcntients.iiicliulliifr the A.grafTe Tr>' )la, Ivory Fronts, nnd the improve, I _ reneh ction, fully wnrriiilietl furtive years, with rivilciie ofej—___*e witli in twelve month! not entirely sittislactory to purchas. re. Heeond bund Pianos and Parlor Organs ul h> s on hand, from 300 to $;ttxi. —C—rencea, who huv. our Pianos in a***— cuenil Robert 10 Lee, Lexington, Va; 11.-n --ul Hubert Ransom, Wilminyton, NC; Miss .{-arson. Mrs M A Keblinger, Professor H lelnirils, l)r John It Baylor, Dr Woods, w Thomas,.! T Anlriin., Albemarle county. Fermi liberal; a call ls solicited. April 17, —88—ly, ~~€o _-__. A X~&~C07, •IS a a,l 21S Baltimore Street, BALTIMOKE, MD., _C -hat _£• «_> 3E- -7 _3 I_ -» . CHINA, GLASS, AXI) EARTHENWARE, .'ABLE CUTLERY, FAMILY...

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. — 16 April 1869

TO.LINO THE NEST. te see witli regret that some of our nds—good friend! they are too, we c—who have joined the Walker movement, think it incumbent on them to deride Virginia and si.eerat Virgin ians. The same disposition maiiitestei. lteelf painfully during the days of co operation. We suppose it cannot be helped. The party of the future tcill de spise and revile the party of the past. Iyiires more than human pa liiten calmly to the abuse i the ;good old State by her lren in this the hour of her dilation. Virginia is "old to jinlans "Bourbons in a rat,'' lat. Something too much of cc and hear of late, doubly wrong. In the tint is _ poor way to carry your telling your friend, at the out he is a fool and has alwayi ioi. Iv the next place, it ii that Virginia was or is "old lo an for man, the Virginian! be war, including negroes, were an the people of any Northern latsoever. This day, there ii a man, woman or child in Vir o is not lodged, fed and clothed way. Can ai much be said of the...

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. — 16 April 1869

New Game.—The gallant sports Of Kichmonil have disoartled crack 100 en tirely nnd taken to Van hew. A Usar-i. Invention 1 . — A late inven tion ii iiglais mould board for a plough, to resilt corroding soils. llr.mi—' of Folly.—To go hunting with a shooting-stick for n fouling piece, and and a type-setter for a bird dog- Snow Fell here to the depth of nine or ten inches on Sunday last. No more •f your open Windows and ehor t Springs for us. We've had plenty. Ct'LPKPEK C. ll.—Tlie people are get ting so rich and so proud ot their grow, ing town and paper, that they have de termined to call Ihe latter the Hub-ser ver. Bad Sion.—The steamship General Grant wai burned at her wharf at. New Orleafii Thuiiday night. Only a por. tion of her cargo was aboard. We ar* superstitious. lJ.__r-T.ns; md Mowers.—Our friend _l_j. W. 0. Scott, is in the licltl prompt ly with his Walter A. Wood Reaper his Agticultiiral Agency, etc. Head his several advertiieinents. —.-inT.—A young lady in California bro...

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. — 16 April 1869

BY A PBACTICA- VOfNS -APT. You need not ask to press my cheek- Too cheeky that would be by far; I 'Tis useless, sir, to 1 is. each week, ' That I'm your own and guiding utar. r 1 know no lane lint Drury Lane, ■ Where we should meet wheu clocks strike ( nine; And what's the I sc, you stupid goose, ( Of calling me your Valentine? 1 You nean_n.t- buy a siUy sheet Of tiitsel'd note, stuck u'er with doves. j Where Idiotic creatures meet To tell, In trashy verse their loves. _'m_not a mild, raw school girl now. To gush with rupture at a line; 80, 'tis no use, you stupid (Ode*, To sentl.nie now a Valentine.. j Saint Valentine's a worthless saint, j To deal in naught but scrawls and rhymes: We cannot live ou cakes aud paint In these expensive modern times. Love's offering now should take a shape Substantial, solid, sound and fine. But, 'tis no use, you silly goose, To post me as your Valentine. On many things you might expend Your money with much batter taste; And If a pound on me you spend...

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. — 23 April 1869

GOLD MEDAL FOR 18C7 Has Just been awarded to _'i9Ai.i-i:s .tl. stii-.i t-\ •or tfcebost Piano now made, over Balti more, Philadelphia and New York I'iunos.J opficf. and wareroomb: Wo. 7 North Liberty at. near llnlln. at BAI/n.MORE, MD. STUFF _ Pianosl have all the latest Improvements,!tielutilng the Agrafle Tre ble, Ivory Fronts, antl the Improved French Action, fully warranted for rive years, with privilege of exchange within twelve months If not entirely satisfactory to purchasers. Hecond Innitl l'lanoHund Parlor Organs al ways on hand, from ;J.>o to $B&t, Kelt'nenees, who hay* our l'ianos in use:— General Robert I_ Lee, Lexington, V«; Gen eral Robert Hansom, Wilmington. N l'; Mitts Mi.Pht'rson, MrsM A Kelilinger, Professor 11 Itlcharils, Dr John R Baylor. Dr Woods, W B Thomim, J T Antrim, Albemarle county. Term! liberal; v call Is solicited, April 17, lStiS—ly. CORTLAJI & _d^ SI« end 818 lin 111 more Slrttcl, BALTIMORE, MD.. SC H-t _£•» O _-T 3E3 _FJ. S . CHINA, (J LAS...

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. — 23 April 1869

THE ELECTION. S It is understood that President Grant will issue a proclamation ordering an « election in Virginia on the fourth Thusday of May. It is believed that a • aeperate vote wiil be ordered on those . clauses of the constitution involving the test-oath disfranchisement, am! those relating to comity organizations, and perhaps some other!. The procla mation will not be issued until General Cauby assumes command of the First . Military District. Tha Conservative Convention meets | in Richmond on the 28th of this month. A split is imminent; "and this is just _ what the Radicals in Congress have < been waiting for. In this hope they 1 have allowed us to vote, reserving to | themselves tha right to reject us if the i Constitution does not suit them—or, to ■ tell the truth, if they And that our re prc.entative! are not the men to per petuate their power. They arc not go ing to admit any Southern State, which | may prove a stick to break their own • heads with. We very much fear...

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. — 23 April 1869

Hi.jioiii-T.--_. he May number, tip to Uie standard, is promptly on our table. (Jen. 11. K. Lai passed this place op the Northward bound train on .Vod ncsday lust. Yin. Ba.lH.__- so I'af recovered that we hope to welcome him back to the aanctntn before this paper goes to press. Fruit.—Some say it was all or near ly all killed by the late frost; others speak more hopefully. Time alone can tell. C'HKK-X...— After losing one hundred chicken!, a correspondent of the Coun try -entleiiiau led them with the scales that lull from heated iron around a blacksmith's anvil, and the remainder were cured and remain healthy. Haii.boad Slketino.—We arc request ed to announce that Mr. Wainvvrinht, Proa-taut, and Col, Taylor, Chief Kn giucer, of the Fredericksburg and t'har 'lottesvillc Railroad, will attend the convention to be held at this place on Monday next. .apt. llu.ii U. Mi li.iiitXT, the most polite, prompt and pleating man now living, is still at Ins old stand with Car liu & Fulton (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. — 23 April 1869

BOY'S POCKET. t)o yon know what's in my pottett Such a lot of treasures in it! Such a lot of slugs It hold, And all there ls you shall be told: Every sin dut's ln my pottet. And when and whence aud how I dot It. first of all, here's In my pottet A beauty shell—l picked It up; And here's a handle of a tup That somebody liiu. broke ut tea: The shell's a hole ln It you see; Nobody knows thut I have dot It, 1 keep It safe here In my pottet. And here's my ball, too, In my pottet, Anil lien's my pennies, one, two, fre, That Aunt Mary gave to me; To-morrow iluy 111 buy ma a spade -When I'm out walkiiii. with the maid; 1 can't put t'.at here in my pottet, But I can use it when I've dot it. In re's some ii'.oro sins in my pottet, Here's my lead, and here'H my string, Antl once 1 had an Iron rinp, Hut through a hole It lost one day, And this is what I ulway« say— A hole' a the worst sin in a pott!t, Have It mended when you've dot It. black negro "vivified but-end ot uid nigh.." How to ride a ...

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. — 30 April 1869

CIIAIM.I.S N. BTIEFF, (?_r tho bast I'iano now made, over lialii iiio.e. I'liilatleluhla ami New York Pianoa.J OFFICE AX- WAHI.KOOMS : Km, 7 Nor til Liberty at. near Dalto. st 1.A1.T1.M01.1C, IAD. J4TU.FF-S Pianos) have all the latesl I'liproveiiienls.inehiilin.r tie.* A-graffe Tre ble, Ivory fronts, an.l th.. Improved French At. in, fully warranted forflve years, witli prl\ liege of exchanae within twelve months ■i entirely satisfactory to purchasers. s.-..)iul lian.l i-ianos uml Parlor Organs al- Wuj s on liantl, from ..ill lo jWflO. lerenees, who huve tmr Piano! in use:— i.vm .nil H*siiert I. Lee. Lexington, Va ; Gen tt.tlicrt ittuisoin, Wilmington, Ni'; Miss ner.s.n, Mrs. I A Keblinger, Professor H arils, In- John II Baylor, lv- Woods, W ouias,.l T Antrim, Albemarle county. Terms liberal: a call is solicited. '. iril 17, ISliJj—ly. - Co2tTl.it. A CO., v 1 0 aad tin 11 a 11 iia a rt- Street, BALTIMORE, MI)., X 2VE FOHTSRB. CHINA, (TT.ASS, AND BAItTHEN W A It E , - ..1 E CUTLERY, ...

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. — 30 April 1869

I.EPOBT Of THK COMMITTEE OX BUSINESS. Richmond, Va., April 28.—After re cess the Convention again assembled to-night. A majority report signed by nine of ihe i ointnittee on business was read, of which tho following is a sub stance: First, accepting the resignation oi the Conservative candidates and compli menting them for the zeal they display in tlie cause. Second, urging the Conservative vo ters to consolidate to delcat the obnox ious provisions of tlie Constitution and elect proper persons to the Legislature. While expressing hostility to the ob jectionable features of tlie Constitution, the Convention declines to make any recommendation to voters regarding their sull'rages on tlie Constitution ex purgated of such features, or as to t'te candidates before the people, feeling that the voters will act for the best In terests st the State. The report is signed by Ould, Bald win, Edmunds, Fayette MeMullen, Sutherliii, Cameron, Moseley and oth ers. Ould made a speech, in its favor, e...

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. — 30 April 1869

clous! Next wcelt. lion. R. 11. Shackelford announces that he is still in the Held. .Messrs. Whittlesey ami Wallach will, therefore, please excuse us. Wk i.earx that Charles A. Jones of Pennsylvania, reported at the olllce of I). D, M. Diggs, Land Agent at Gor donsvillc, Va., with hU family to be lo cated through said agency in Virginia. Bradt comes back at us very hand semely and sensibly. "Walkerls from New York, We.lsfiom Michigan, With ri from Virginia." That decides Bra dy. Wish we had room for his entire -rtf-lc. Land Sales.—We hear of two impor tant sales of land recently made iv this vicinity, but as-tlie final arrangements lave not yet been iully consummated, we refrain from mentioning the names ol the parties. Coukt Day.—There was a pretty full attendance on Court-day, but little business of importance was transacted. I t was remarked by everyone that mo- j ey was never so and hard to o'.leet. Hone felt tlbis hardship more lah ourselves. j Wi D. Wallach spoL c ~e , e on Co...

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. — 30 April 1869

HE CAME TOO LATE. BT BARB A. BOSH. — *** He came too lute! the toast h:ul_drleil I'.cforc Ihe fire too losig ; -The cakes were -"orcließ upon the side, Antl everything was wrong! She ■corned to wait all night fur one Who lingered on bis way, And so her tea alone, And cleared ihe things away! He came too lute! at once he felt Tho supper hour was o'er; Indifference In her calm smile dwelt, She closed the pantry dob.) The table Sloth bad passed away— No tlisbes _____ ho sec; She met him, and her winds were gay- She never spoke of tea! He came too lnte! the subtle chords Of paiieiiee were unbound; Not by offence of spoken Words, Rut by tbe slights that, wound. She knew he would say nothing now That could the past . She bade him go and milk the cow, And coldly turned away! He came too late! the fragrant steam Of tea had ion. since flown; The Hies bad fallen In the cream— The bread was cold aa slone; And when, with word and smile, he tried His hungry state tv prove, fjhe nerved her heart ...

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. — 7 May 1869

_'__A--1..:.S Bf. STIEFF, __* the best Piano no*..' made, over flaltl uiure, l'liilinlelitliiii itotl New York Pianos.} OFFICE AXn WASHROOMS '. tie. T Jtortii Liberty at. near llr.llo.st BALTIMORE, MD. STIEFF'S Pianos] have all the latest Improvements,inciu.lin. tiic Ajrr__E.Tre ble, Ivory fronts, end tin* unproved French Action, f'uilv warranted for live years, with privilege of excliango within twelve mouths v not entirely s-tlslaetory to purchasers. (second han.l Pianos anil Parlor Organs al ways on liiintl, from tUI to 930 I. Kefcrt'iift:s, who hays our t'ii.nos In use:— General I.inert X Log, Lexington, Vu ;<• n eral Robert ttarlsom, Wilmington, NC; Miss MoPlierson, MmM A Keullngi r, ProfessorH Hiclisnls, Hr .lohn It Baylor. Sr Woods, W B'i'li.tiiiis, .1 T A in i -iin, A Ih.. iniirie county. Terms liberal; a call in solicited. April 17, 1 \y. ~ cjorti-A-T-Tco., •IS and .IH Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, MD., « ___C X» «_» X-1» 23 _E__3 . CHIN-,, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE. TABLE 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. — 7 May 1869

If we hare refrained up to this time ' from espousing the cause ot Walker, It ' was not from waWt of confidence in toltn, but for tear of a split in the Con servative party anil because we were enlisted under Withers. Free now, ■___Ud the choice beinff between Walker nEtl Wells, we shall support Walker with all the seal and energy at our command. Our only regret is that Gen. Grant allowed the Conservatives to work in the dark, aud without any definite knowledge of what he intended So do. But whatever may be our mis givings, our plain duty is to sustain "Walker aud urge every one else to sus tsin Mas a.»_ no snail do so right heartily. PERSONAL AND IMPORTANT. It takes two to make a bargain. It takes two parties :o carry on a news paper. The pai ty of the first part is the Editor ; the party of the second part, the Subscribers and Advertisers. If both parties do their duty, the pa per goes on smoothly enough ; hut it either party fail to do his duty, the pa per must come to grief, or ...

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. — 7 May 1869

been acknowledged sooner. Cißtcii Court.—The Say terra ofthe _ir-_.t Coi-t for this county comnienc «d In this place on Monday last—Judge Shackelford presiding. Good Bot.—We have a hoy In our of fice who promines to make one ol the test and swiftest compositors in the country. The progress he has made ln ts lortnight is wonderful. Original Subscribers to the Or snge Expositor will remember Uutl their subscription expired on the 11 Ith of April last, aud that the terms arc payment in advance. Viz ho.s it is not too late to acknow ledge the receipt of M invitation to -he annual celebration ofthe Dudley Lite rary Society of Gordonsville, and to ex press our regrets a: not being able to Tss Whsat Crop.— Reports from this j snd the adjacent counties all speak of the tine prospect for wheat at this time. It is 100 early to say what the result may be—but certainly every indication is most favorable. There is not a com plaint heard, so far- A PaT-cp Convention oi the editors ofthe Piedmont ...

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. — 7 May 1869

Tbe following lines, says tha Alexandria Gazette, will be relished by those who In dulge In the luxury of the dream-breed lug weed almost as much as a pipe full of the brand here so Idolized. They appeared orig inally ln the Lynchburg Virginlun, but hrive been revised and corrected byjthe gifted au thor, who is temporarily residing ln this city: LONE JACK. BT MOZIB ADIifMS. Uv all the kecrds 1 uwer delt The prittlest In the pack, Is that ar keerd, with is ls spelt Iv these here wirds—Lone Jack. Uv all tbe weeds wos uwer wed Hy white men or by black, • The prlttlest weed 1 n the plunt-bcd Is that wlch makes Lone Jack. Uv nil the things I uvver seen In hoxld, boxes, bale or sack, The sweetest thing, except Trash Green, Is a bundll uv Lone Jack. Uv all the smells wos uvver smelt, In slttlcs or away out back, The swectlst smell to Goth or Celt Is tbe perfcum uv Lone Jack. Uv all the towns along Jeems river, Old Llnchbug knocks the black, For thar the pepill did disklver Tho truck they c...

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. — 14 May 1869

Hns just been awarded to Cll.llll.lil!>! ___ STIEI _-\ Por the host Piano now- ina.le. over Balti more, Philadelphia and New York l'iiiuoM.J omen ,txn WHS-BOOH : Ho. T North L,llieilv ut. lieni- Hallo, st BALTIMORE, MD. STI_F.' -J Tiani.sj have till tlie latest improvements, iiit-lu.lin. tltt- A icr; i lie Tre ble, Ivory l-'roiits, aiil the Improved French At-tloii, rally warranted tin'live years, with firivtlege of exchange wiibln twelve months f not entirely sutisiuetoiy to purchasers. Second band Pianos and Parlor Organs al ways on liniitl, from 15U to __J. iiefereiit-es. who hay. our Pianos in use:_ General Robert X Lee. [_xlngton, Va : Qen eral Robert Ransom, Wilmington N<'- _flss Mel'herson, Mrs .11 A Ksbllnger, ProtessorH Richards, Dr John ll Baylor. Dr Woods, \V B Thomas,.! T Antrim, Albeiinc.'lo coilllly. Terms liberal; a cull Is solicited. April 17, ISIjK. C o kt__n _~cb., SIS and -IS Ball! in ore Street, BALTIMORE, MIX, _C -__C At* <_» __■■_■ __. 1_ -3 . CHINA, G...

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. — 14 May 1869

We clip the following leader from the ' Richmond Whig :—"Tho intelligence which has readied us from the country in response to the action of the Con servative Convention is highly gratify- ' ing. The good sense ol the people ap- j predates the importance of the crisis.— ; They leel and know that their present j safety and future welfare depends on the success of the Walker ticket. That . ticket may not meet the prepossessions of every individual—but whet*. was|there ' ever a ticket that did? There are al- j ways some persons who would have preferred some one else, for some local, ' personal or political reason. But, un der existing circumstances, we doubt if it would have been possible to nomi- : natc a ticket which combined within Itself more commendable qualities. It I is composed of men moderate in their ' politics, enlightened in their views, in I harmony with President •rant's policy I of reconstruction, and warmly devoted I to our people and to their best inter- I ests; in thi...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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