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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 23 July 1869

tantly on hand and for sale at this I Dr. Kastii am of Louisa died suddenly last Sunday morning, lie was a mem- ! bor ol Bay no— Underwood Con vent, . c__ _—__ Sheriff■ AiToixTim.— L. T. I). Faal- j conrr litis been 'appointed Shei-lfl of this county, vice O. 11. P. Tcrrill, who fail ed 10 qualify. . 1 * ___ iblh Town Lot I .— 'I'o- [ dsj (Friday) tit 13 o'clock, Joseph 11. Housowoftb, Auctioneer, will sell the valuable town lot in Iront of the, old Court House, Goon Gaie.—ln the May number ol I be Planter and Farmer, an Orange con trl.butor tells you hftw you may make •me:, st«. which will last tell or ih., en years, at a cost ol $•.',."Hi o:- iJ,OO. ' '-CiOKDOXSVILLE WEEKLY SNAt'li" is the name which the witty Gregory of the Lynchburg Republican proposes tortbe new paper. Never mind, sir! The Gazette Will be after you. Aitnoii Meeting.—We arc requested to state that there will bo an Arbor M eeinig at Madison Run, beginning on | .\-- ntfhe Ulhjand lasting one wee.. : ii tingnished ...

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 July 1869

DOODLE ON FREE TRADE. ro n. w. n. So your sin has found you out! Jonathan ! 80 your sorrows come about! My Jonathan ! •.tut vro told you so, my dears? Aint we talked to you with tears, Those many, many years. Oil! my Brother Jonathan I :her heavy, is it not 7 Jonathan! As Bee'chcr has it " hot?" My Jonathan I This paying double dues , On everything you use, > roni a codfish to your screws I Oh! my Brother Jonathan I j BSSt government below I Jonathan I It must eat and drink, you know, My Jonathan I So It guzzles half the liquor Of Plymouth's very vicar, And it taps your meal-tub quicker, Oh I my Brother Jonathan I And it pensions off Its "kin,'' Jonathan! On your temper and your tin, My Jonathan! "Wore you founded on a Rock, You should never slum the shock Of that dreadful double-knock, Oh ! my Brother Jonathan ! No wonder holy Plymouth, Jolinulhan ! In his pulpit makes a wry mouth, My Jonathan! That the 1 "May weeds'' gone a fnssln At the snake ot her own iiussin, Or that Becche...

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 July 1869

' York Pianos.J , office and warerooms : ! No. 7 North lanert-jr •*. near Balto. st BALTIMORE, MD. I C lEEE'S Pianos] liave all the latest | ,uin>veinents,lncluding tho AgraffeTre tvorv Fronts, and the improved irem-h on ftllly warranted for five years, with ',"„e ofexohange within twelve months snttrel) satisfactory to purchasers, end hand Pianos and Parlor Organs al on hand, from SS9 to SSOO. ences, who have our Pianos in nse:— ~,1 Robert 1-'- Let?. Lcxhn-ton, \«; Gen llobert Hansom, Wilmington, N C ,Mi Mci-snn Mrs M A Keblinger, 1-rofeseorH Kicuards,lirJohn it Baylor. Dr Woods, w , nmm..;, J T Antrim, Albemarle county. Terms liberal; a call is solicited. ~.,. - CORTEAN & CO., ;i8 and 918 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, MI)., I IVC I* O ~*■ 1' -El ~*■ TABLE CUTLERY, FAMILY BABOWABM PLATED TEA AND COFFF.E SSSVICS, I irks, Spoons, Castors | r Res, ifWMwic! sad Nock Knusare . DER*, SHOVELS, TONGS, STANDARDS AND HOI'SK ITIINISIIIXO UOOOB Of Brut Variety. T IE Goods have all been 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. — 30 July 1869

—-~«s»0 it A N 8_ Ct II .,""" KKiIiAV MOUNlNl!,:::::::::::-::.Il'L\ •:«, ISUfI. U■ W Sl' A 1»Ell I. A WS. rim titers are r ireil lo give notice b' letter wlic.i -i ■ ue- nibi r does not take hi ~■ I„.|- ftOm Hie otli'-e 1 llUll gIVS lllC lcilsiil. lor Its not being taken. Neglci Ingtedost makes tpostma iter responslbletothepuh Jshi ri >r the paj mint. , ' Any person who takes a paper regnlnrl. iroiu'tiic postofflce, whethi t ne has subset II ~| or not, Is responsible for the payment o the subscription. ■|A person ordering his-, purer discontinue*: must pay all arrearagi r the publisher ma continue to send It until payment la mint and eon.-ct the whole am mat, whether It taken from the onTco or not. The courts have decided that refusing! i .a paper and periodical trotn- the pus otiice, or removing and h avingthem uncal eil tor It prima facte evidence of inn niion: ll'illl'l. SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH JAMES MCDONALD. ESQ. • In the House, the press of Virginia is I-orthily repre...

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 July 1869

; iv. uln honor of Walker 1 ! el*.. ' What's become of it? M< ■' "' «c, have your aplnei weakened so j Th, c«( tri at GordonavJUe <rai very largely attended. Upper LonUa turn ed out In greatforce. All who saw the clreui I xpressed n high opinion of it.- | it villi be here next Monday. is T.onsA we regret to bear thai al tercations and oven flgUtt between the t \vo races arc of frcjucntoccurenco, not only on Court but other days. This ;itnottobe. l."t us have peace. Wiirvr.— Very fow of our farmers threshed out their wheat. Tim i hU», we hoar, Is lessl biiu than *W cxpe o NY , tsr&ing in price, and mat'}' expect it Will rcttob $2 per bnalicl. j'umr.s who owe us money tC r **•*■ w \ other property whten wis »©W mon ;, l1 ,ro. i iM,lwlu)li:iv l -MUidl.vUqit. I" 'heir own pocket., art . Seb* riquertedto - lv " [no anoyance vt a conslabuhir de- O'Baxnox gives us In the last Culpe <'r\«i consideration Ol the sound sen. in his views about our proposed Sdlto uiustact for oursel...

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 July 1869

» _. .. . - W *HK WAY US WHICH SOME F OLKS WOULD BAY IT. We arc so impressed with the great help the following version of an old story may be * to those who cultivate a habit of high-flown J writing, and a tremendous stock of adjec- I ives, that we reprlut it for their benefit: Behold the mansion reared by dtedal Jaok. Sec the malt stored in many a plethoric sack. In the proud clrcue of Ivan's bivouac. Murk how the Rat's felonious fangs Invade Tbe golden stores in John's pavilllon laid. Anon, with velvet foot and Tarquin strides, Bubtle Grimalkin to his quarry glides— Grimalkin grim, that slew the tierce rodent Whose tooth Insidious Johann's sackcloth rent. Lo I now the eiec-p-niolhed canine foe's as sault, That vexed the avenger of the stolen malt, Stored in the hallowed precincts of the hall That rose complete at Jack's creative call. litre stalks the impetuous Cow witli crum pled horn, Whereon the exacerbating hound wastes*, Who bayed the -tin* slaughter-boast that slew The Bat p...

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. — 6 August 1869

Has Just been awarded lo For (be best Piano now made, over Balti more, Philadelphia and New York l'ianos.J OFFICE A Xli WIMBOO—U No. 7 North Liberty st. near Dalto. at STIEFF'S Pianos] have all the latest improvements,iiiciniling the. AgraflsTre ile, Ivory Fronts, and the improved French often,fully warranted tornve yean,with privilege of exchange within twelve months If not entirely satisfactory to purcl.nsers. Second hand Pianos and Parlor Organist- Ways on hand, from 4 ."iti lo Slim. References, who have our Pianos in use:— General Robert E Lee, Lexington, Va ; Gen eral Robert Kansom, Wilmington.NO; .Miss {ilci'bcrson, .Mrs M A Kebltngor, Professor II vicnards. Or John It Ha.vlor.lir Woods. _ Jj Tlithnas, ,f T Antrim, Albemarle ecainlv. ' Terms liberal; a call is solicited. -vprtl 17, IMS CORTLAN &"COwI Sl6 aud tig Baltimore Street, X 3Vt _-» O __ T _:__•_. CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTH E N W A lIE , TABLE (JUTLKUY, FAMILY lIAIUJWAItK PLATED 111 AND COFFEE SEltf M'K; Forks, Spoons,...

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. — 6 August 1869

__—s*e«o RAN W E C. H.j**«~s i HBWSPAP—B. _AWS. $£ &SS "E." Neg«rtsg; __.» \posti.ii.ster respoußible to the pub- regularly Any person whuUlces a i> „,,,• Berth ed Payment of W_Eftß&*^ frau^ ____________*———~ ■■_ — 9 "_ErBTEPHENB'B BOOK- When Davis UkT down the .word, Stephens took up the pen. It Uno his nature to yield. What the fore, of He saw, what an overpowered and dis heartened people could not see.-that Sold was hotwholly lost, the debate. l.v no means closed. He had a double work to do. He had to vindicate himself in the eyeso his _untivmen,wlio doubted »»« fidelity to their ca..», and he had to vindicate h.t cause in the eyes of the world, however great the provocation, the con Sraleftrnggl.^""-^^ Rtutioml justification. Ibu» ■ -■•* iorbt task. With what measure oi f sMi. Stephens has met inhisat- u C p to perfoi'm U, the leader may lod _e by reading the criticism of per ,s the ablest weekly prtotcdW-ng-and. It wi»*_*"£ on the first peg! of the present number nfT...

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. — 6 August 1869

FRIDAY MOBNINGittIi-ieAUGUST 6, 1S». tit -it Cocnttls full of visitors from the titles Poverty cannot keep the peo ple ol Virginia from being hospitable. Mr Mann as ©orsTosnwlliß ought by sll means to liavc an awning In front ol his hotel. It would eiuiidruplo its at tractions. It iniglit.ilraw a few loafers, but in the long run it. would pay well. We WssM tbe Fredericksburg editors, j If they know or know of anybody who does know, would tell us whether that railroad is going to Oordonsville or to Charlottesville. Hon. Wm B. Reap of Philadelphia, well known for his devotion to Vat Southern cause, has been sojourning at ••Rocl.laiids,"Jthe country seat ot li. R. llaxall, Esq. OuftlloTE'.s.— A correspondent of the Paris Pays says "tlie inns at Orange C. j 11., Va.. are incomparably superior to any other in America. "R gl't abeeiS j We BearTvitnnss to the faithful in- j are, moreover, as courteous as indus trious. Sam: or CfK-TSB- Lots.—The Trus tees of the uralirtin Cemetery will of f...

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. — 6 August 1869

JOH-H.W'S TROUBLES. M I'liin i. what's zis on my ap'on? Nassy ap'on make me ky; Naughty ap'on awfu' ticky— Puttlu' hisses in my eye. Uo 'way, B'iget! Please don't woss me (Don't want no pooty d'esses,) Dim me nud ler piece a. tnndy. Den I bee or 'Ittle press-sus. M.i l.iioa, see, zis naughty soo-strlng Make poor Douny tumble down, ii s all b'oke—l want my Pop-pa Buy me uudder, way dowu town. Mamma, see zis funny tup! Donny bit It with his. hammer, Dess it's bbke. Don't yip me, Mumina, If oo do, I tell my Duiuuia. Mi...una, why don't kitty boiler? I can't skeoze her any more. More I skee_e her, more she tumble. Hood for notbiu' on cr floor. What oo sksSBO fur? Don't ky, Mamma? Donny isn't naughty 'tall. Donny loves 'c kitty awful- Wrap poor kitty In oor s'oll. Mamma, dess I dettln'ls'oepy; Don't make Donny tate a nap; Tell me pooty 'tory, Mumirla— Tato poor Donny on oor lup. Pooty Mumtna, b'essed Mamma— BtWant a dink out Donny's rang, O, dat button hurt me dreffol, Dats yight. Mamma—...

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. — 20 August 1869

are our terms of Advertising, which will, In no instance, be departed from: One square, (10 lines or less,) Ist lnsrt'n, SI 00 Each subseqent Insertion, 0 00 One square hi months, 12 00 One square tt months, 8 00 One square 8 months _ on Business Cords, 12 one year 1100 Two squares, 12 months, 20 00 Three squares 12months, 215 00 Snnrtor column, 12 months, <n no alf column, 12 months Id oo Oneeoluinn, 12 months, 12. 00 S3*- Advertisements for a less time than three months will bechnrgod forat tlio usu al rates—one doPar per square for the first in sertion, and tifry cents for each subsequent Insertion. »-%,Tho number of Insert lons must bo mark ed on the manuscript, orthe advert Isi'inenl will be continued until forbid and charged fer accordingly. combines great power, swoetnoss and flhe • lhglng-qunllty, as well us great pdrlty of In tonation, and evenness throughout the en •Jrescale. Their TOUCH Is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from thlStiffness found in so many Pianos....

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. — 20 August 1869

—~-~OItA_,GE C. H.,*~~ I FRIDAY MORNING,::::::::AUaUST 20, 18S9. KEWSI-AI'I'I. LAWS. i|_ostmast.ers are required to give notice by | letter when a subscriber does not take his 1 pcper from the office; und give tho reason for Its not, being taken. Neglecting to do so makes ' ipoßlfnasterresponsibletothepub ..slier lor the ptiyment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the postofflce, whether fie has 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 send It until payment is made, !ct the whole amount, whether it is im the office or not. urts have decided that refusing to aper and periodical from the post removing and leaving them uncall prima facte evidence of intentional SOMETHING WRONG. cc by the will of God—for that s clearly Irreversible must bo of Omnipotence— the negro has ft a prey to designing knaves his own ignorance. Tho worst | have bee playing u...

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. — 20 August 1869

FRIDAY MORNING:::::::::AUGUST 20, 1860. LOCAL NEWS. Read all our advertisements this week. They are eminently lnstruc -11.. ft, A. J enninos will accept our thanks for a bunch of nine splendid to matoes o*i one stem. Farmer Webb lias just received a .tip ply Of Btnngardner nnd other Whis kies, Brandies, Wines, Tobacco, Cigars. lickles, Sauce, &c, Give him a call. Maj. W. C. Scott from three pounds Early Rose potatoes raised 75 lbs, r. J. MeDonald did even better than that.. So Orange bents Fauquier easily, J__i_ox & Smith.—We ask the spe cial attention of our readers to the ad vertisement of these gentleman aud solicit tor them the patronage of this whole section. A Pretty Stage runs from North Garden to Scottsville. It'will hold four fair-sized people, is of a blood-red color, looks like the heart of a mega thorium on wheels, and is easily mis taken at. a distance for sun-rise. \V. W. Scott, Esq.. will ere long es tablish himself in Gordonsville and practice law there. A la...

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. — 20 August 1869

AN OPE, Picked up in Boston, nean-ihc Frog Pond, Ludl Snve the Emperor I Him and his feln-in-law, Nephews and Nieces I ' Greatest in peace and war- Grandest you ever saw! Oold help Coluuibi—, or Heaven save the Iriecos t Cover his bullet head. As tbe bald Cwsnr did, Holpen by Cassius! Fill him with better sense, Los. of tho Presidents- God bless his—imp—udence, Coming to smash us I Blow, In a horn, his praise, Ye, that are any-ways Free from his rigor: Ham!— in your narrow bed I Pat!— as ye nimblest dead I Millions of murder-cries From the red earth arise; Million of men,! Clad In their crime and gore, Thunder foreverinore Like a great battle's roar, Cursing and calling for Him they made Emperor— Qod help him—then ! Buch an Infernal din Hailed the great Hero, id Hit Coliseum! "Bread and a Raree-show P Bo sang the Romans; so Blng the Doodles— Lol Hear his old liddle-bow F. 0. T. Iliee.-mu.i_ —Snoring. 11 per- .nit's—Newspaper attack. , superior corn extractor— tlie legal conveyance -...

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. — 27 August 1869

®«* Native WirgiinAtt, BY BAGBY 4 STOFER. Terms of Advertising.—The following are our terms oi Advertising, which will in no Instance, be departed from: One square, (10 lines or less,) Ist Insrt'n. $1 00 Kach subseqent Insertion, 0 fin Onesquarel2 months, 12 00 One square 6 months, S 00 One square 3 months, 5 or, Business Cards, 12 one year, 12 00 Two squares, 12 months, go w Three squares 12months, 95 i H , l/uurter column, 12 months, ~ 40 00 Half column, 12 months, ;o (Cj One column, 12 months, ....!!12600 49-Advertisements for a less time than throe months will be charged (brat the usu al rate* one dollar per square (of the first in sertion, and Ilfty cents for each subseuueut lnsertioui *a.Tlienuhiberof Insertions must be mark ed on the manuscript, or the advertisement will be continued, until forbid and cliarired far accordingly. h dam. «ii.i.ii>i u\ iits: & CO., , M\NI'KA<'It|!I;iIS OF GRAND, SQUARE AM) IPRIfiHT PIAKTO-PoriTES tVAREBOOMS, No. 340 Baltimore Street, ne...

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. — 27 August 1869

Halite i wORANGE C. H.,*~ c fRIDAi' MOKNINO,::::::::AUQUST 27, iB6O. "TIsi&'WSPAIPKn'I.AWS. . Postmasters are required to give notice by el ter whfcn a subscriber does not take his icper from the office; ami give the reason or its not. being taken. Neglecting to do so nakes tpoßlmasterresponsibletothepub isrier ljr the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly , mm the postofflee, whether fi« has subscrlb id or not, is responsible for the payment of I he subscription. , A person ordering his paper discontinued mist pnv all arrearages, or the publisher may ■ wntlnue to send it until payment is made, tad collect the whole amount, whether it Is ( nken from the. office or not. The courts have decided that refusing (o .nke.a paper and periodical from the post lftice, or removing and leaving them uncall -5d for Is prima fane evidence of intentional 'rami. OUR WORKING HER. They have had a National Labor Congress in Philadelphia. Many dele gates from many States were present, and ...

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. — 27 August 1869

>-*; oranuk c. my, 1 BJDA- MORNIN T G:::::::::ALH:HT 27. IM LOCAL NEWS. Rev. p_*-I- C. T. Davis, will preach in the Episcopal CUuich at this place on Sunday next. (jrAtiriEin— D. T. D. Fauleonor has qualified as Sliei'llTOf this county ( vice 0.41. P. Terrill, declined. «exincton G_zett_ is right—wo did originate the "amusing trick."— Business matters prevent us at times from saying nil the good things that go the rounds of village papers, Mark This.—Counterfeit ten dollar notes are in circulation. Now how can you detect them? Easily enough. In i the genuine impression the left wing of the eagle has four rows of feathers dis tinctly marked. In the counterfeit Ise are obscure and mingled. l Word of Commedation,—Macinillan s :—"Praise those with whom you j, If they really deserve it. Do not silent upon their merits, for you mid cultivate their reasonable sclf cem. A person shall Lvc With ■ rson his junior, and during the whole his life shall never have told thatju ir of his good fi...

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. — 27 August 1869

a-_-__---_-n__a_M _OT SKINNER'S ELEGY. _ot Skinner was tho meanest man, That ever saved his neck; lie grudged the very breath he drew, A* If It were a eherjue. "When he was in the grocer line, And turning fruit to gold, He'd bite a raisin straight in halves To make the weight be sold. He never gave a dime away, He never lost a pin, A nlnepeneo saved rejoiced him more Than taking nlnepence In. Of counterfeited bills he used, The best of every kind, Which in the way of bills he kept To swap off on the blind. " 'Tis little things that make a pile,"— (This maxim ho could trust,) Bo when he sawed bis pile of wood, He always saved the dust. He had but one hook In the house, And that lie never read I Twaa culled "Beonomy ef Life," And did him good he said* At last it cost so much to live— Per day some twenty cents— "I won't stand this," lie only groaned, And died to save expense. Adieu, thou scrap of lifeless clay ! Thou pale ink human blot! This line shall bo thine epitaph— "An unproducti...

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. — 3 September 1869

BJ,. 9*t\vtji i*gii»a», BY BAGBY 4 BTOFER. Traits OP Advektisino.—The following are our terms of Advertising, which will in no Instance, be departed from: One square, (10 lines or less,) Ist lnsrt'n, fl 00 _ncli subseqent insertion _. . 000 One square 12 months _ ...".12 oo OnesquareO months, h 00 One square 8 months, " 6on lluslness Cards, 12 ol\e year la an Two squares, I. months, ' _q Oil Three squares 12months, „ 25 on Quarter column, 12 months, 40 00 Half column, 12 months, ' 7000 One column, 12 months, _._.'." "t_f S *_-Advertisements for a less time than three months will be charged fornt (be us", al rates—one dollar per square fortlie first In sertton, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. 4 ™' I *_.The number of Insert lonsmust be mark I ed on themaausorlpt, or the advertlsameni will be continued until forbid and churned fer accordingly. " lv "'linn KNARI. __ CO., KANtTFACTtTHEI-l OP GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT .r* 1 __ _\r <_»-_•«_> n. *r __ s WAHEKOOMS, No. 3...

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. — 3 September 1869

italic TOt-gittiau, I > — _OBAIiGE C. H.,.e~- rRIDAY MOBNI_G:::BEPTEMBKR 3. 1569 ""newspaper _a .vs. Postmaster* arc required to give notice by etter wlica a subscriber does not take m« _i« from the office: and give the reason or Its not being taken. Neglecting to do so mikes > pc.li_.stor responsible to the pub lisher l.r ihe psymeut. Any person who takes a paper regularly 'rom"thepostofflee. whether fi. has subscrib pii or not, Is responsible for the payment of the subscription. A person ordering Ills paper discontinued must pny all arrearage-, or the publisher may continue to send It until payment is made, anil collect the whole ainouut, whether it Is taken from the offlce or not. The coum have decided thst refusing to take,* paper and periodical from the posi otHce, or removing and leaving lliein uncall ed for Is prima /__e evidence of intentional fl 11.1.1-5 ______________ -HAT *--*_• Slavery abolished, there was to be a Rush to these Southern Ststc*, and chiefly ro Virgi...

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