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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 18 June 1869

Hlii I 11 colored I'Cg w BPl'IM!'..-.'! Bo a Mower Reap " er, B^' e lS rarely ollcved. B Bciitlciilit.il oi the Ulelll- Icrs ol Ah" l ol '* lll S e Lodge,!, o. 138, is notice in another column. The annual election of olli cers will take place at this meeting. Cherry Stoner.- Mi. A, P. Roult is agent for a cherry -stoner, one of the most ingenious anil I'.selul.invenUons ol the day. It does its work rapidly and admirably. Moreover it is very cheap. You just try it. LookiX-I roil Li-sb.—There have been more parties here, says tlie Frederick* burg Herald, on the lookout tor land* the last few weeks than at any pw_oa« period, but the uncertainty as to \\ hctli er the State is to pass Under negro dom. iiiation under the lead of Wells deters What a Coc-nty this Orange is, to he sure 1 You can hardly keep the volun teer wheat and clover aud wild straw berries from growing over and hiding completely the railroad tracK; even where the track is partially ballasted with stone the clover persis...

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. — 18 June 1869

ramer gone lo cancas, Mother gono to call, l'ussic iii the corner, Playing with a hall: Bridget In the kitchen, With her Pat Mahone; lam ilurulng stockings, , Bitting all alone. ] Htep npon the sidewalk, Ulnging of the hell, Wonder who Is coming? 1 (Don't I know full well, Young man ln tho entry, Taking off Ills hat, Young man In the parlor, Ready for a chat. Father home from ctiucas, Mother ln a fret, Young man In the parlor, Hasn't started yet. Wonder why he stays so— Really wish he'd go. Wonder if my mother Ever had a beaut Young man In the parlor, Takes It In his heud To draw a little closer— Face grows very red' Asks a certain question, I leave you to guess What the question was about, Ami whether I said yes, - ~- Win*ii is a newspaper the sharp est? When it is tiled. How to Insure a backward spring. riucc a red-hot poker to a man's new. The best of frieinl. lull cut. Our teeth are no exception. I_it it never he saitl that when a _______ Jumpa for joy, his delight knows no houn...

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. — 25 June 1869

CHARLES M. STIEFF, For the best Piano now made, over Balti more, Philadelphia and New York Pianos.! OFFICE AVD WAKERIIOMS : No. 1 \orll. Liberty at. near Balto. at BALTIMORE, MI). STIEFF'S Pianos! have all the latest Improvements, Including the Airraire Tre ble, Ivory Fronts, and the improved French Action, fully warranted for Aye years, with privilege of exchange within twelve months If not entirely satisfactory U> purchasers. Second hand PlanoH and Parlor organs al ways on hand, from $50 to S.WO. References, who have our Plnnos in use:— Oeneral Robert X Lee, Lexington, Va; Gen eral Robert Ransom, Wilmington. NC: Miss McPherson, Mrs M A Keblingcr, Professor II Ktcnarda, Dt John It Baylor. I)r Woods, W b Thomas, J T Antrim, Albemarle county. Terms liberal: a call is solicited. April 17, 1888 COKTEAN I CO., ~ 01S a ii.l 918 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, MD., <c r.x X s oix tuna. CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE, TABLE CUTLERY, FAMILY HARDWARE PLATED TEA ANII COFFEE SERVICE, Forks, ...

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. — 25 June 1869

NEWSPAPER LAWS. PoatmastCT* are required to glva notice ay letter when a subscriber does not take hi» pi per from the otnce; and give the reason for its n«t being taken. Neglecting to do so makes \ post master responsible to the pub ..slitrljr ihe payment. , , Any person who takes ft paper regularly from'the postofflce, whether he turn subscrib ed 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 Bend 11 until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it is taken from the office or not. The courts luvva decided that refusing to take.a paper and periodical from the post office, or removing and leaving them uncall ed for is prima facte evidence of intentional I THE GOSHEN PAIS, lamphlet, published in 1888 by Dulany, which tells of the 1 medical virtues of the Rock iths and of its springs of Mag ilphur and Iron, there is a od deserlption of the Goshen eh is by far t...

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. — 25 June 1869

■AY MORNING:::::::::::::::JUNE 25, » LOCAL NEWS. liit'oitTKii that Mr. Sanford had bcci thrown overboard and Stearns's tlar key, Robinson, put infills place. Nol so. Sambo has lost .;.s chance. Pai-kii Collars.- Beware of thom thcy poison the neck, as one of us in this ofliee knows by recent, sad experi ence. M t. Jamks Younu. the State Tempcr anci'Lecturer, will lecture in the Meth odist church at Orange C. H., on Sun day tin' 27th, Juno at night. His lec ture will be Scriptural. Ice. —President Barbour oilers to at tach an ice-car to the train if the peo ple along the road Mill purchase enough to justify him in doing so. Read Xl- Uridge & Co's advertisement again. \V. W. Scott, Esq.—To this gentle man and to J. D. David ton, Esq.. of Lexington, the people of Orange are indebted lor the presence of Co!. Wic ker and other speakers here 0:1 Thurs day last. A New Bona.—But not in Statu — YVho is going lo sing it in Orange? "I want in be statesman And with Hie darkies stand; A carp...

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. — 25 June 1869

THE MODERN PROPOSAL. BE Your father has property, So, my dear, has mine; Yon are fond of company, I am fond of wtne. At yon wedding shall attend All of the elite— If you wish to change your state, I am at your feet. SHE.I To your pretty offer, sir, I do not object, As for love, why that, of course, You will not expect. I must follow every new Fashion that appears— Have my own acquaintances, And my cavaliers. HE. To your wishes, one and all, Gladly I agree— And an equal latitude Yon will grant to me. AU my thoughts shall be for you— That Is, understand, All that are not for club And my "four-ln-hand." BOTH. Then, since we are both agreed, Let us name the day That shall see us duly Joined In the usual way. Then we'll go as best we can Down life's checkered course. Till some lucky circumstance Grants us a divorce. The most difllcult ascent. Get ting up a subscription. What time do debtors dislike ? The time of falling due. What sort ol ladies resemble Pocahontas? I'olka-huuters. W.'iic...

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 July 1869

n__H "*■■'■■ -^^^ TMUfI of . iiivEifr ThefoTlowlng mi- onr terms ol Advertising, whlel. will, In no Instance, t ■ departed fiom: One square, (1 nines or lens,) Ist tnsrt'n. SI DO Khcli inbseqi nt Insertion 8 w One suiiare id months 12 00 OnesQuare6 montim ■ « One square :tyinon this g Business CasUs, 12 one year, Uj 00 Two square-/, 12 months, -'J * Thtaasqaafesiamonths... jo uo Uuarter CQru ■ '-' months 40 W Half column, 12 months, • " i" 1 One column, 111 months, I3SOO .»■» Advertisements for a less time than three months will he charged feral the usu al ratee—one dollar per square for the first In aertton, and uftj cents tor each suboeipaeul Insertion, .•^ThemimTiorof Insertions must heniiirk. ed on tlieiiiiiiiuKi-ript, or the advertisement will bo continued uutil forbid and charged fir accordingly. . Kor the best Piano now made, over liiiltl morc, l'liilnilcl|iliia and New York Plauos.l OTFICR AND WARKHOOMS : Ko. f JtortH Liberty st. near Balto. it 1 BALTIMORE, Ml). C'I'IEIT*"S ...

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 July 1869

~~0 RANGE C. II ~*« —— 1 KIPAf atOß>TJjro tm i m :tii._JOl,Y a, tm [SKWSPAPEH LAWS. i'Postmasters are required to give notice liv Wter when a subscriber does do! i„k.-i„" s in per in.in the office; ami give Ihe n-isim fonts,,,,, being taken. Notingto^to so ■aakaa tpoatiaaster responsible to the pob ..Niier t.»r ihe payment. ...'V'-.v. p, '' v "" "'"' ■■■■■'" i a paper n.ulailv Iroin the Jin......ihe,-, whether he has subserib ?he o ;u n^*rrpsoT>MlbUfor " le paym, " t '"' t-Apei-Non ordering hlssapar discontinued must imy iillnrrenrHges.orthe imbllabei may eontlnue t,, semi It until payment is nnvie and collect the whole amount, whether 11 hi tiiken from the oltlce or not Tho courts have deolded tliul refin-ine to take,:, paper and periodical from the ooat itiliee, or removing and leaving them iiin-iii ■ •(1 tor is prima facte evidence of 1 intentional FOB CONSTITUTION. (Ihe provisions submitted tea separate vote being excepted,) .-'Oil t'OVI'ItNOR, GILBERT CJWALKER. FOR LIEUTE...

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 July 1869

Rtoae hews. MgPP*SPp.^- vv e put at the bead ol our ll^^-^dTrorial 1 column ibis morning the tick- et which every good and true man, black as well as white, In this county will phfce iv tlie ballot-box. An am ple supply of tickets have been printed und are hero in the village ready for distribution. Stiperintemli i.ls! -~. ( an in stant is to be lost ! See AnvKniisniKM of George Cullen in to-tlay's paper. Vote Eari.t and vote aloud. Call r your ballot or show it as you hand ii j In. Don't be a raid to show your l.KatsTUATiox in thll county shows a White majority of 13, being a gain of ov er 200. In this vicinity alone, nine ne gro voters have died since the first rc gi»tratioh; and six have moved away. I AH over |he (state, the i-oloied element seems to be evaporating like dew. (You Stole that copy of Applcton's Journal out of -Mr. Htofcr's warjrobc, and if you don't replace it clean anil uninjured as when you got i:, you Dame will appear in full in this paper. This thing of violati...

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 July 1869

I'llOllUET. A painter must that poet lie. And lay with brightest lines his pallet, Who'd be the bard of Croquet'rio And sing the Joy or hoop and mallet. Given a level lawn in June, And six or eight enthusiastic. Who never miss their hoops or spoon, And are on duffers most sarcastic ; Given the girl whom yon adore— And given, too, that she." your side on- Given a Knme not. too soon o'er, And ne'er a bore the lawn espied on: Given a claret cup as cool As ample Wcnliam lee can make it;— Given a code whoso every rule is so defined that none can break it :* Given a very fragrant weed- Given she doesn't mind your smoking; Given tho players take no heed, And most discreetly keep from Joking; Given all those—and I proclaim, Be Fortune friendly or capricious— Whether you win or lose the game— You'll nnd that Croquet is delicious. What is better than n promising young man ? A paying one. Why do "birds in their little nest agree?" Hec.iusc theyM full out if they didn't. "Boy what'a that hungry...

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 July 1869

■isino. —ThfftjlTowliii ■rtlsing. which will, li led from: r less,) Ist lnsrt'n, $1 (X rtlon, 0 fit < 12 01 8 OX . .„ 6 Ot Kuslness Cards. 12 one year, 12 IK Two squares, 12 months, 20 OU Three squares 12months, 25 01] ouarter uolumn, 12 months, 40 00 Half column, IS months "0 OU One column, 12 months 125 00 43-Advertisements for a less time than three months will beilmigcd fur at the usu al rates—mic dollar per square for the Aral in sertion, and lifty cents for each subsequent Insertion. ftTi 'lb (-number of Insert ions most he. mark - edon tho manuscript, or the advertisement will be eonilii'ied uniil forbid ai. I charged for accordingly, it'll; ill»rt.-." il'i.l.!.- For Ihebest rinno now ruadn, over li.ilti uioiv, PhftfCdeltrtil-o »iu\ New York I'iiUioS.J OFFR'K AND WHMIWUMI I iVo. 7 H&rtU iAherty st. nenr naKo.it BAI/fIMOUE, MI). CJTIKFF'B Pianos] have all the latest f lmprovemento ( incliidln«tli« Agraffe Tre* ' Ma. Ivory Fronts, anil lite Improved French I Action, full...

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 July 1869

FRIDAi" MORNINQ,::::::::::*.*:::JULY », ISB9. -'-' — ! • ' - NEWSPAPER LAWS. f Postmasters are required to give notice by letter wbea n subscriber does not hike 111* piper from the olllce; and give the reason lor Its not, beinj.' taken. Neglecting to <lo bo makes t thepub ...•-hcr lor ihe payment. Any person »ho hikes a paper regularly from "the postofllee, whether h« has subscrib ed or not, is responsible for the payment of the subscription. I A person ordering his paper discontinued must piivull arrearages, or the publishcrmay continue to send il until payment Is made, nnd collect the whole uim.unt, whether It 1* taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing lo take,a paper and periodical from, the post office, or removing and leaving them uncall ed for is prima facie evidence of intentional Iraud. | THE RESULT. As the ballots are not counted until Thursday morning, and as we go to press early on Thursday evening, in order to have our paper ready for dis t...

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. — 9 July 1869

0, 1800 LOGAt/ NEWS. W Loudoun School..—See the advertise- Further notice next week. laxti*«_.—Kcv. Mr. Young will lee*- i tnru on temperance in tin* Methodist j Church ut this phieo, tills (Kriday) cv- j cuing, at 8 o'clock. Subscriptions.—Wo beg subscribers In the village anil near it to remember that their subscriptions for the current year date from the sth of April, '09, and are now over due. Smai.l. Finrrs.—Strawberries in my riads have just disappeared from the Jilllsides j the earth is now a teeming jnass ot ripe dewberries, and blackber ries arc coming on by the billioTi—only to rot for want of labor to gather tlieni. CONSERVATIVE (Jot.OBED MeX.— II IS very desirable that the names of the colored men in this county who voted the Conservative, ticket should be made known to the community without de lay. Send them to this oillec at once. Election* Dat.—Thanks to Lieut. Clements and other ofiicers, the day passed oil' here very quietly,' We heard several accusation! against on...

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 July 1869

. ........... .irrnAui.. if Bixitia oßArninr. Och, he Is a baaste who opposes the right Of a fuymale to vote whenlver she plazcs For nieself I look forth to Uie day with de light, \Vhen tne polls will appear like a mead ow of dulses. I said to me Kathleen, when from the con. ventlon She came with a beautiful smile on her fttco. Yell soon bo a lady and every attention Be shown yees by those who have power and place. Mrs. Gunnybags thin on yi-rself be dotln And axln yees up to her house never fear; And thin in her jcarrlagc, when faymales ore votin, Yell sit by her side, och! Kathleen, me dear. It is said that this life, after all, is a bub> ble, But not so to me, a thruc son of the sod; For tlie years have bceh joyous, and free from all throuble, ; While mixing the mortar and carrying the hod. And I am not Jealous, oh no, not at all, But welcome from Erin each strong minded daughter, To climb up the ladder and walk on the wall, And share all the joys of the brlek and the mortar. 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. — 16 July 1869

GOLD MEDAL FOR 1867 11.,., |uit been awanled to c'H.-iUaß'.w m. sTicrr, For the best Pimm now made, over liiilti iii,ire, Philadelphia nnd .Ncff York Pianos.; OFFICE _D W.U'.FBOOMS: No. 7 Bwtrtst l,l"«in*ty s<- near Hello, st Baltimore, mi>. STIEFI '8 Planoa] have all thelatert lniprov.'mcnt*,lncludin« the A_r.illeTio- ( -~,. [v or , r ■ ,i,i. , and the improved trench Aoilon, folly warranted for five ye»r»,wlth privilege of exchange within twelve month! ffn.it entirely satisfactory lo purohaaers. " Heeond hand Planosand l*nrl..:- Organs al inraon hand, from 850 to 8300. it,.i-..,-< who have omr Pianos In use:— ,tene-'al Robert E I IVexlngton, VatGen -r.-.i lloUerl Httn*om, Wilmington,N( j Mlra . ~.„..,-.. , n , Mrs ■■! A Kobllnger,ProfessorH i,-.1, in- John i! Baylor. l>r \\ oods, \\ i unus.JT Antrim, Albemarle county. es liberal; v call I. solicited. 17,1803 , a'osrs't. .sr & *.o„ 5 1(1 nn (1 i 1 8 11 n 1 11 in ii r c Street, BALTIMORE, MD., X _V_ i_* O *- BUS CHIN...

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 July 1869

~*o RANGE C. tf.,~~- FItIDAY MORNING,::::*.*:*.:::*:JULy 16, 1809. NEWSPAPER I. \ \vs. Ill'ost masters are required to give notice by letter whtn a subscriber does not take tits -in per from the office; ami give tlie reason for its not being taken. Nu-Kleeling to do so makes iiio.stmn.Ktcrresponslbleto the pub lisher lor ilie imyinent. Any person who takes a paper regularly tr.iin'tlie pustofllce, whether he has subscrib «hl or not, is responsible for the payment of the subscription. IIA persoii ordering his paper discontinued must pay sUI arrearages, or the publisher may continue to wml it until payment is nniile, nnd eollecttbe whole amount, whether it is taken from the ottlceornot. The courts have decided that refusing to liiltc.a paper aud periodical from the post oltlce, or removing and leaving them uncall ed for Is «rii«« facta evidence of intentional fraud. THE XBY NOTE. Governor Walk™ struck the key note, when, In his address to the peo ple of Richmond nt the grand reception...

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 July 1869

'w-Jl LOCAL. HEWS. intj_P' AD,BoX we hear that the whites In present a home to each of the who voted the Censervatlve ticket. Good! Mr. Goi.dstine ot this town not only voted the Walker ticket throughout, but exerted himself actively in its be half. M i*. Ilellwig also voted the Walk er ticket. , Ji'doe Chapman is entitled to credit for selecting as his clerks on election .day two of the staunchest and truest men in the town —Capt. lirown and J. 1.. Kobinsini. Mr. Iliggius, the Clerk of the County, received the tickets. We refer, our readers to tho adver tisement of the Southern mutual In surance Company. Mr. Williams, the Agent, has certificates In his posses sion showing that the Company pays its losses promptly. His Name.—What is the name of that colored man who voted the Conserva tive ticket and who, when told by a radical he was -'spotted,"re plied bravely, "Yes, you scoundrel! und the white men have spotted you! 1 ' Mr. Dobbins, a recent settler in this county, deserves honora...

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 July 1869

THE CAHPT-BAGGEII. AIR-'VV/ic Wore a Wreath of Roses." He bore a patent coffbe-pot the day when first we met, ■ And peddled tins from door to door, In weather cold and wot: He had a very scarecrow look. Methlnks I si o him now— No vest, torn punts, worn boots, stained ..at-an old Iml on bis brow, But once again I saw blm-a carpet bag he bore- He slouched on a propeller tug, bound for the Southern shore; He looked hall-starved and hopeless, and with an abject air He pleaded with tlie captain's clerk to pass him for half fare. The next time that I saw him, 'twas in the South"! n land, Surrounded by a ragged crowd, a woolly pated band; He stood upon a barrel, and he cursed the Southern white, And called • ach Pontpcy brother dear, each lliunah bis delight. And yet once more I saw him, no signs of want were there, Iv fashion's jarb he w_ arrayed, and pom pous was his air; His checks were standing out with fut, his purse WBS tilled with gold, As Gov-enior i\« robbed the whites—the ne gro...

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 July 1869

GOLD MEDAL FOR. 1867 Has jus: been awarded to CHARLES M. STIEFF, For the best Piano now made, over Balti more, Philadelphia and New York Pinuos.J On ii :-. AND WASBXOOISS : No. 7 North Mbcriy si. near llr.lio. si BALTIMORE, MO. QTIEFF'S Pianos! have all the latest lJ Improvements.lncludlnp ihe AgraffeTro ble Ivory- Fronts, and the Improved French Artie, f'nlly warranted for live years, with orivi i .change within twelve months If no. . htirelv satislnctory to purchasers. :.,..-. md Pianos and Parlor Organs al< Waysoi and, from 830 to 130 I. •i, :■ fences, w ho liovi our Pianos In Met— Qenerol Itobert E Lee. Lexington, Vat Gen eral Robert Ransom, \\ Umlnglon. N C\ M! is MoPherson, MrsM A Kebllnger, ProfessorH Hienards, in- John X Baylor, in- Woods, \v l> Tiioom .if vni i -im, Albemarle county. 'i'eruis liberal; a call is solicited, j.linl IT. : <:ORT*_A.V & i*o., SlB aii il 21** Bait lasses street, BALTIMORE, Ml>.. I M 3C Q BUS. CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE, TABLBCUT...

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 July 1869

~,„0 It A >• G E C. II.,""- FRIDAY Miil:NlNll,:::::::::::'::Jt"LY 111, IS6B. NEW SPAPER LAWS. I Tost masters are required to give notice by letter when a subscriber does nol take ids pLper from the office; and give the reason lor Us noi is iie. taken. Neglecting to do so makes ■ rjoslmaster responsible to the pns- i lor tie- pa) mont. Any person who takes a paper regularly ■ from the postofflce, whether fie naaauDserib ed or not, is responsible for the payment of (he subscription. | |A person ordering his paper discontinued myst pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send It uniil payment is made, uin-1 collect the whole amount, whether It is taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take.a paper mid periodical from the post offlce, or removing and leaving them uncall ed for Is nrfma /Ww evidence ol intentional fraud. VANTAGE GBOUND. It Is evident that the Walker party occupy an enviable position, ltcpuh llcan but not Radical, Conservati...

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