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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 14 May 1869

WOAL HEWS. i New jlunn^,—(Jen. Canliy has npApointeil Joluu >[. Chapman. Esq., of Khis place, ~f th. BtliCircuit. B 'I'm: i-AiyuoAD.— Col.'l'aylor, Chief iffr the Frcilcrickshurg and ■bhitiiottcsvilla Railaoad, advertises in Vjtlie Fredericksburg papers for prof iosals, for crosi tics, dressing up, Ac. _ -AitrtiAiii.: Notices. —Ho would rethat tlio. _ who contemplate 'throwing oil'this mortal coil,' antl joining the holy bo.ulu of matrimony, will send notices of such event to us for publication. We charge nothing for 11.. We oftc't hear of persons leaving the ranks of single blessedness but we cannot publish them unless by authority. Land Sales.—Millci & Hopkins, of the Piedmont Land Agency, at Culpeper Court House, made and completed the following sales ot hind lately: The Fleetwood est.ite at Ilrandy Station, the property of Green Miller, of Culpeper,containingl42oiicies,at $21i,'25 per acre, to J. C. Trunian ot Otsego County, _T, V.; 216 acres of Col. Wa. g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 14 May 1869

Oh barber, spare that young moustache I Touch not a single hair, Your razor, brush and oilier trash Must never venture there. At last the bud has burstcd out. By much caressing taught, IU frail young tcutrlls how they sproutThen, barber, touch It not. Though well laid out and wide the field, Whence this young moustache shoots, The sickly soil no more can yield; Oil, thin, giti.id well its roots; For should thy murderous blade sweep o'er That curved lip's shadow}* mist, Tlie tcudcr plants would bloom no more; Then, barber, oh desist I Think of tho fair young girl, whose lip Wus wont so oft to press That budding mouth, Its sweets to sip— Oh think of her distress! 'Tts unfledged manhood's pride nnd Joy; With sighs and tears 'twas bought; Let no rude stroke Its life destroy— Sole syta ' Bhoe_a_,sr_, The cowards arri — His I __ Where to ffifaetle* tlie Gicciiu bend—At tlie waslitu'o. Never,cross a bridge before you come to it ; this wiil «,,ive half the troubles ot lite. "Xo piece for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 May 1869

York Pianos.j OFFICE AXD WORKROOMS * Wo. T Sort !■ Liberty at. near Dnlto. «t BALTIMOKE, MD. CTIEFF_ Pianos] littve all the latest *-J improvements, Including tin* Ag__bTreble, ivory Fronts, und the improved French Action, fully warranted for five years, With privilege of exchange within twelve mouth* If not entirely sutistiictorv to purchasers. Second htiiid Pianos and Parlor Organs always on liantl, from MO to 1800, ltel'ercnce.H, who have our Pianos In use:— Oeii.-n-tl Itohert E Lee I.t xin„ton, Va; General Kofierl Ransona, Wilminj-lon, N C; Miss M.-I'li.-rnon, Mra-M A Kebllnger, Professor ll | Kirnard-, ilr ,1 ohu It Baylor, Dr Woods, Vf n i'lioin.i-i, .1 t Antrim, Albemarleeonnty*. I Term < linei'iil: a call is solicited. April 17, USB CORlf-AW & CO.j SIS end 318 Baltimore Street, , BALTIMORE, Ml)., _c _m: _c» c_> _c_. t una, CHINA, GLASS, AND E A It T HENWARE, TAHLECUTLEUY, FAMILY HARD W" AiU. FLATED TEA ANII COFFEE SERVICE, Vorks, Spoons, Cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 May 1869

LET us woas - . The Bedford Sentinel says:—We may avert many evils ot fearful magnitude by prompt and united action now. We can take the shackles off the thousands of tur best citizens who are now disfranchised and disqualified for holding office. We can drive from our bordar the horde of hungry adventurers who arc now gloating over the prospect of living upon the public treasury, which they wiil take good care to keep well idled by such taxation as we have never yet felt. We can secure the Legislature, and tills is more important and vital to our interest than anything else. Is not this enough to work for ? Do we need any oilier stiinulous to arouse us, to put forth every exertion to secure a full registration and a full vote ? The struggle is one of life and death. It is no time now to mince words. We must work, and work Vigorously, to save even a remnant of liberty. We have decided upon our own course. We think that every consideration of honor and duty requires us to Jabor with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 May 1869

(—'J'lio weather continues rely cool tor tlie middle of .May, elation is much checked by it. if mcrcauts give as a reaso_ for i Using that it is too expensive ;. they tire too poor. Yes, anil [y to remain poor the balance days. liiihh of the Pi-esbytci'itin of tins place iiitend having rents, sliu-ivberi'i.s, &c, on Monts (Court-day) for the benefit of their Church, and solicit tlie patronage _ their friends to aid tills object. We _NDi:_..r_-u that Major rbillp Slaughter Ims consented to bo a candidate to represent this county inj tbe next Legislature. No better man 111 the county could represent us. We .also learn that Major Walker is a candidate for the county of Madison, LAitaE CnowD.—A ;very large crowd of colored ladies and gents Irom tbe country were iv the village on Monday last, decked out lv their gayest attire. They were generally orderlj and peaceable, though not a few of the mules imbibed rather freely of "bust head." Land Hale.- i*3ii__c our last issue, Mes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 May 1869

At church I sit within her pew, Oh, pugb! But there I heard No pious word— I saw alone her eyes of blue. I saw bor bow her head so gracious— Oh, gracious 1 The choir sung, The organ runs, And seemed to All tin. building spacious. I could not hear the gospel law, Oh, la I >t,i future bride Was by my side— 1 foivJ a *l else a mighty law. Aad so, when pealed the organ's thunder, Oh, thunder I I fixed my eyes In mute surprise On her whose beauty was a wonder. To me the maiden was most dear,' Oh, dear I And she was mine, Joy too divine For humtiu words to picture here. Her love seemed like a prayer to bless me, Oh, bless mc! Before she caino My life was tarne — My rarest Joys could but oppress me. Tbe service done, we sought tbe shore, Oh, pshaw ! And there we walked And sadly talked. More sadly than e'er before. I thought she was a type of goodness, Oh, goodness I Rut on that day I heard her say Plain words whose very tone was rudeness. We strayed beyond the tldo's mill-dam— ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 May 1869

_ _ ESTAIILISIIED 1823. A. 8. 081-EN. JA . H. GREEN _ilti:i'.\ A HKOTIII.K, Mi-NUFACTUKEBS OF PALOK, lUNINii-ROO-lf, ILU-1., CHAMUEI., OFFICII, SCHOOL A CHURCH Furniture, Corner of Prliioe and Fairfax St*. ALEX AN Dill A, VA. IJtm_.r_.UßiE at wholesale and re- • tail. Also,dealers In (.'nil->*_——___ Inct-Makcrs' und t'i.li"l c lcr-{_ JiA«_»_i«_yaf cr-,' ..iiiti'iuiK Tucker's ■■■■■' __pj- j».»-__i Wright's celebrated Hiiriiij; Bads always on band, Beptember i*-, l__W.—ly "~_i7 It! . X 5 M MAM, IU.MI.KII IM WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, OVAL AND SQUARE PICTURE 1 _______ LOOKING GLASSES, Shade lixi-ires, Cornices, CUBTAIN HOOKS, COEDS, TASSELS, AC ISA King Street, A LEX AND 111 A, VA. ORDERS for Papering iv city or country promptly attended to. April 10, ISJIjJ Brill * Bench, __anu___etureri °f Stoves <_*_. Tin Ware WOItKKHS IM .COPPER AXD SHEET-UK.-., Anil Dealers Generally IN HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES. No. 7 N. Royal St., ALEXANDRIA, Va. Nov. 15, I__ BRILLIANT ! NON-E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 May 1869

rostmiiaters arc required to give notice by letter wlju_ a subaorlber does not take his ( pi per from the olllce; und give the reason . for its nut. bcliiß taken. Neglecting to do so i matte. * po_*ni_sterre_|-___letotltspnb" _i*het lor ilif payment, < Any person who takea a paper regularly i from the poHtoftlce, whether he nns subscribed or not, is responsible for the payment of the subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to (tend It until payment is made, , anil culled the whole amount, whclher It in taken from the olllce or not. The courts have decided that refusing to i take n paper and periodical from the posto'llee, or renuivlnt. und leaving them unciille I tar, U prima facie evidence of Intentional fraud. ' THE DUTIES OF ELECTION DAY. The election which will take place on the 6th day of July next, by appointment of the President, says the Staunton Spectator, will decide Whether tlie people of thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 May 1869

J __T ' : _.-_lll)A Y , Hi-jjgß. ::: .::::.::MAY '-'. **_\ I _J N EWS - 1 riti:_ are requested to give ,_ot_c Ul „ t H[ Hey. Mi. Hutcher will l-r^ ch 'the ll_.iitistCli__cli on Sunday _li-*b vin ,_ liroao i,iii<; at the .letli-oiV.-t '„,._*, Sunday at 11 o'clcck A. su, A(ii:x'i -E- l.r_T_ylor ot Cnl**4l|ltMo- appointed mail agent on •he' r"e between Washington and " Lynel.' 1 -' ata »alary of iI,(KX). _______ a. Act*id-NT.— We regret to learn t,_____, son of Mr- Janics Woolfolk, aged , ~tl4 veSrS, accidentally fcliotliimsrlf one day lust week and died in a few minutest Routes About. —We have heard of the breaking open of several meat houses recently. Mrs. Parker lost all the meat she had. Mr, KcUlntl _ (-tore was broken into a few nights Bincc ainl two or three pieces of bacon carried on. ,Mt. Vernon- and Montk-ki.i.o.— From advertisements in the Alexandria (laze ttc and Charlottesville Chronicle, we learn that the Mt, Vernon Estate, the lh ne of Washington, and Monticell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 May 1869

~ ~v uiut.. .It"' .It'll, ii iruin ..it ah tt .- ""l'wns I," gasped Genera] Webb; "With my mahogany stock, That is apt to shunt hull-cock, Ami with long rhetoric how, 1 drove the French from Mexico." ""l'wns I," says William 11, (Whom tlie shade, of Auburn know) "Yea 'twas I, who all ulon.y Dlp'oiuuli/.ctl Willi Honey, And witli Chase's green rhino Bought the French out of Mexico." "'Tvras 1," writes. Minister John (Hotter known us lilg-e-low;) "Yes, between the "Post" and me, Nap at once exclaimed, "Ah, oull" When I BSked him to agree To his nulling Mexico!" "No! 'twas I," sayn Chevalier ( —Henri Wieulf, haiiilsonio beau;) "With one quiet little tap On the buck of Louis Nap, Aa in the Tuilcries. we set O'er dejeuner a la foiirchctte ; Keep MS shore. PreVCl Dyers turn as liable to err a3 .-my body. They are but hue-men. One man's fault is another man'? •lessou. "1 wish, Stilly, - " said Jonathan, "that you were locked in my arms, and tho key was lost." An Irish lover remarket] that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 June 1869

So. f North i_lber«}-B(.n_»r Ualto. «t I Agrafl. ■ Ire- J !/nrft efffircly satisliieli.i'v to lilircli'is'ei's' second band Pianos and Parlor Oiunus ul- i Ways on band, from...!! to 1300. voiiYiJLi^&coT, *1« and Sits linl i ; mttri- Street, «c aac __p _» _____ r e _____ __k is. CHINA, GLASS, AXD I • KAKT KEN WAItE.i TABLE L'UTLI.UY, 1-AMII.Y BABDWAKE I'i.ATKii tkm ami corrga iKavux, I ■VorUs , Spiions, (axtois Dutter Tubs, Britannia uud Block Thwart _-_X__..S, BHOYKLB, TOXt.s. BTANDARUS AM) HOISK FI'ItMSIIIXc „OOUS SOr Every Variety. Goods li-.ive. all been selected the must celebrated makers and •niiieeii to be ilrst clam in qnalltv pattern, and beautiful in design — k having been bought much on ler rices, on ueeiiun! of Hu- tlepre«_loi] will beoSfered to customer* al „ ~,,. ngrwhiotlon. cukti_an <s_ co. Liyxas. IIIVINU A. 11UCK AI>t..IS & ISt't'H, KresTsas ami mtaaaas op GLASS AMQIJMOTAI.E, OHAWDELIKBH, GOAL OIL, Ac. o. 337 Baltimore S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 June 1869

r_s—laaasss sreseqatredteglTeiiptteeta i, ii, i wli__a a subscriber does unt lake n" ~i„ ,• in.tn tit.. ufflce; nntl give the reason i,.,,i- n_i being taken. Neglecting to do so makes poHimnater responsible to UiepuD--1., ,;,. ,„.,, en nl. \nv person who takes i. paper regular!] 1,..11 l tlie |'...<tfliiee, Whether he lllissuli.tclll.f.| or nut, in responsible for the payment 01 lb. subscription. V person ordering ills paper dlsconunuea mnl pay __lt-arrearages, or the i.i...---e.iuiii.- 1., semi •! iniiil payment is •*??..• i_;i.| e.jli.ft tin. whole amount, whetliei ll is 1 , irom Ilie niliee or not. I ''■,!„. ~,,,,-is have decided that relusiii- to takes paperand periodical limit the posl,,'iie,. or removing and leaving them nncalic I tor, laprlmafame evidence oi intciiuoiiui THE WAL-ES TICKET GOOD HEWS. | A recent tour through eastern Virginiu brought us in contact with many leading nicu in that portion ofthe State. \\c hud conversations with Influential citizens in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 June 1869

Mil earn IA this county, on the 11th in si. jSiiiiiiui* ten day*. A' '.v, the land agent, basset Hm :i villus oi Immigrants al on Hie Uheiapeake and Uhil Bono Mi;i.ii.\u.—A] train to contain ■person* has been ordftTed for ],_ _____________M _!'_'' "'- !_____!__> may easily _rAT_.D-.--We learn that M.ijoi J. *Y. 'Vaikcr, Jr., was nominated us i candidate for tho House oi Delegate. from Madison county, op. Thursday Xiw Advi:iit:s!.mi;nis. — iVo ask the uttcntion of our readers to the advertisement of Wm. Owen?) to be found in to-day's paper. Also, to the advertisement of James W. _S'alls. Fiss Colt. —Dr. Wiilcuni Basle, ol < .'tiiiloiisTillo, has a colt of Col. S. .V. I'icklin's Norman horsu which, though barely two months old, is probably larger than any yearling colt in the Hen Faltokv.— A Philadelphia linn will soon start a large hub-factory in Of hear Goidousville, whore suitable timber can be bad. The bouse It said to he one ol the wealthiest in the coun-"N-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 June 1869

BY JOUN (!. SAKE. " You'ro clover at drawing, I own," Suid my beautiful cousin, Lisettc, \« we sat by Mie window, alone; •'but say, cau you paint v coquette?" 'She's painted already," (tuoth I; "Nay, uuy," said the laughing Lisettc! " Mow none of your Joking, but try Aud paint me a thorough coquetted " Well, Raisin," nt once I began In (lie cur of tho eager Lisettc, "I'll paint you as well as I can, That wonderful thing, a etiquette." "Who wears a most beautiful face, (" Of course," said tho pretty Lisettc,) And Isn't deficient lv grace, Or else she were not a coquette." "And then she is daintily made, (A smile from the dainty Llsette,) Ity peoplo expert lv the trade Ol forming v proper coquette. Sho's tho wlnningcst ways witli the beaux f'GO on," suid the -inning Lisetle,) but there isn't a mini of them known The mind of the fickle COqnettO. She knows bow to weep mid to sigh, (A sigh from the tender Lisettc,) but her weeping ls nil iv my eyeMot that of the cunning coquette! " ln sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 June 1869

PA LOB, DINING-ROOM; BALL, i il A.MlSi.li, (il'l'll li, SCHOOL & CHURCH Furniture, Corner at Prince and Falifns Sts. Stnil. Aisri.ilealeisin t-.Miikers' and I (diolsiei-g-fr^1.,..,,,. fiffr rials. Tucker's :. :i.: Ighrs celebrated Spring I* always on hand. eptenibci- 1», I sty.—ly A.M. 'i' i IM A U, iik.u.eu is ALL PAPER, .VINIMW SHADES, OVAI. AND SQUARE I'IiTITHE I'BAMES LOOKING- CLASSES, Klin.].' ri\.ui'CN. t'diiiiifs. CURTAIN HOOKS, COEDS, TASShLS, ACIX) Elag Street, ALEXANDRIA, VA. /""WJDKRS for Papering; In cily or J country promptly attended to. April i.i, l__M Brill ft Beach, Manufacturers of Stoves & Tin Ware VOKAMM IN COPPER AXD SIIICKT -lI.OX, And Dealers Generally IN HOUSE l-!-i:i-I-.(j . \ KTIC'LES.. ALEXANDRIA, Va. BRILLIANT! NON-EXPLOSIVE! CHEAP! HO UREASE, NO IXBI,I, WHII.E liIKNIMi ! Crystallized Oil, MAXUKAi 11 ie a m this sr.tr.- DSI.T Wt RHliar-I-i-n. E_U.ber k to. \'i. 11l liic.it -Su-et't, ALEXANDRIA, VII!: -1 X I \. ■THE best Burners, r4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 June 1869

Postmasters are required t.t .-ive notice by letter wbeia n lubserlber does not take hie in per from the tiitice; tin.l _-ive Ilie reason foi- Its net being taken. Neglecting to do_so net k.'s (postmaster responsible to the pub.;«her ljr the payment. Any person who bikes a paper regularly litnii the postoffloe, whether h_ litis •übscrlbe.l or not. is responsible lor the payment ol the Kiilist'i'iiit inn. A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or tne publisher may continue to semi li until payment is made, a nd collect the whole amount, whether il is Lttk. n ii'oni tin- office or not. The courts have decided thai refusing to toke.u paper and periodical from the postafflce ft' removing and leaving them ancallu eiul. Is prima /licit evitlenee of intentional r.fra OLD VIE3INIA FIDDLINGWhile we Mere in Lynchburg, Mr, James Booker invited us to bis house ono evening to hear some "real old Virginia BMllng." Tlie llildler was Geo. Walker, who was accompanied by a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 June 1869

\v. B. Bat-ford for the Legislature.— Mr. S. accepted. I'iai mv.—We uro glad to hear Unit tin* peach crop In this enmity prom; ies I -to be quite B good one, in spit.; of tlie "frost lust spring, Wui'at ling been little injured hy the late, lieiivy rains. Some rust lias appeared on tlie blade but none to speak of on the stalk. •'Dp. Scott.—Our talented countyman is the subject ofa high compliment iv tlie correspondence of tiie Whig printed on the tlrst page. L__n IH-YKR-i.—lt is thought that at least till}' bind buyers have been In our village daring tne past month. Few purchases were made, but the fouu lalion laid for several. How to (Jtilizi Tib.'-!.- It may not pay t-i send our small fruits and 1 irrios to market, but it will pay very well to put there up for home eonaumpt.on. I In Un* way ive will save meat. Ittuiii.Ar.Y.—During tiio storm on Friday night last, the stores of M< Peyton and Hullwig were eroken open ; ..'.id robbed. Mr. Hcllwig- loss Is ahout 8159, princ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 June 1869

I've often hoard my mother say That I mAtt never chat with you ; It Is my duly to ohey, 80 let us whisper, Luca,, do 1 A nilso most likely might betray, Ho It were bolter yon draw near ; Closer, still closer, Lucas, pray. For if my mother were to hear I We should be frank, 'tis always meet! Ami therefore 1 would hive you know That I'm obedient nntl disori-et, For mother says I should be so. Bhe said she'd ship me t'other night, If e'er she saw me over free, So, Lucas, pray, put out the light, For If mamma should come and boo! Really, there's nothing I would hide; No secrets from mamma, have I; But when the door Is open wHie, There's nothing 11 ii, t escapes her eye. On me her anger she would pour, Were I found hero nlone with yon; 80, Lucas, better shut tho door, For If my mother only knew! I Regular swells—the buds. If you wish to be praised—Die. r'.ndloss matches—Husbands tuul Tlie largest rope la the world— [10. Extracts that are never (pioted— i teeth. Hood words for the young—"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 June 1869

tllAliltl_S ,'»• Slll'jU'i i"or the best I'inno now rnutle. over Baltimore, Philadelphia mid New York l'i.uios.S offick Axn wintaooas! Mo. 7 North Itlherty St. near Hullo, st BALTIMOKE, Ml). CTl_f-'_ Platte*) have all the latest i~ Improvements,lncindlnc the Treble i 'orv Fronts, uml Ul* Improved French Action, roily warranted furtive years,with privilege of exchange within twelve months [fnol entirely sattsmetory to purchasers. . ..nil band Pianos and Parlor Organs alwuvs .-ii utiiiU, (ram s.i to $300. lielereiietM, who haveoor I'iituos in list*:— . ti.ii'iiil H.iliert X Lee, Lexington, Va; Gen--t.il leiltei! Kiinstiiii, Wilmington, NO; Miss .Mei'i].!'.s..ii. Mr.s.M A Kebllnger, Professor H i,:e!i:ti'tts, i)r John It Baylor.Dr Woods, w L I'ii.iinas,.l T Antrim, Albemarle county. Terms lU'eral- a call Is solicited. _*pri I 17,18(18 ~ co__Ti_AiirA CO., *1 6 and 218 i! ii !tiiii i> ri- Street, BALTIMOKE, Ml)., _C 2V_C _EP O ____. T 33 _E_ _3 - OH IK A, GLASS, AND EARTHENWAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 June 1869

AT THE DOUBT HOl-hK, ON THURSDAY, THE 21TH INST., The puhlic will be addressed by distinguished gentlemen from Richmond and lower Virginia, on the issues of VERY IMPORTANT. Xt as we were going to press, we ed the following dispatch : Richmond, June 17,18GD. s Native Virginian, Orange C. 11., mvertise Gilbert Walker, Governor Smith, Judge Thomas, and Shackelford, to speak at your place on Thursday, J tine 24th. K. T. DANIEL, Chairman, REASONS FOR REGISTERING AND VOT. ING There are too many even to think ot enumerating here, but the following Which we And in the Enquirer and Examiner, are, in our opinion, sufficient to influence the course of every right thinking citizen. Registration commenced on the 14th inst., the boards have been appointed and tlie places announced. With the people remains | the balance. following paragraphs the Enquirer tells the people what will come to pass if the Radicals are allowed to elect Wells aud carry the Legislature. By a lull registration and a full v...

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