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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 3 September 1869

= " = ''~' ;;: OBAieE ('. ___PA*" MOnWIWO.::BE-TEMEER 3, !_■ LOCAL HEWS. ~~T_- Eri-coPAi. Fatb held last Court day reallaed the handsome »urn of $33-. Qownoit.— What has become of the Orange Memorial Association* An swer. Bollcite.. i ■ r t>li.wrßTn isn 9_iTn, in their much enlarged factory, are doing a heavy bu-li'.pfs in sumac, plaster, etc., etc. • We cam. attention to the sensible anil timely article headed "A Warning to j Our Country Frier.de," copied from I Jas. Barron Hope's paper. Ma. Mh.es B. .Lipscomb's farm, 2V_ miles from town, was sold on the 23d Ult., by J.V, Soutlialt for $17,45 an acre toMr.KallerofUhariotte-Tlllei Cheap. Fowr.i.L Hanky, charged with horsc thicving, was arrested in Gordonsville nnd brought here last Thursday. He s to be carried to Shenandoah county. The whole StiitT-TvTrgiiila resem bles a single city In Hindostau. And what city Is that? Cainipor.. Huh! Highlander ToßAcco.-We are much obliged to Mr, L. I . Armistead of Lynchb-Kg for a goodly prese...

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. — 3 September 1869

THE SMOKER. Sometimes the big world vexes me,| Sometimes dull esre perplexes me; Sometimes on tho sea of life Such storms around rae cluster. And roar and rave and bluster,' I seem to sink in the strife. No matter! There's always truce In the heat of the wildest war; At least I dream or think »o, As I smoke my flrst cigar. Sometimes when nothing alls me. Except that the money falls me, I envy the rich lv their pride ; Though their only obvious merit Is the gold that they Inherit- And couldn't earn if they trlod; But quietly after dinner I banish such thoughts afar; What do I care for fortune As I smoke my seco.id cigar? | Bomettmos. in the hartless city,. I think it a shame and a pity That cash and virtue are one ; That to swindle for shilling seems awful While to plunder for millions Is lawful, If only successfully done- But why should I mend Its morals, Or call the world to my bar? I've dined, an I wish to be quiet— I'll smoke my third cigar 1 JO---L__--J-^^ —— .Ledger clerks disr...

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. — 10 September 1869

BY BAGBY & STOI'ER. Ttnas ok AnvKßTisiNO.— The following arc our terms of Advert if i ag. Which will, In no instance, be departed irom: One square, (10 lines or less,) Ist lnsrt'n. SI 00 Each Biibsei|cnt ins-rtlon 0 N Qae square-;, months a 00 One square 0 months X One square 8 month* ■•■■ « J Bu»lne*s-ard*.ia one year, U T*U SHtiiircs, 13 months 30 (W Thfee squares Wmonths,.. 2, tin inarter column, VI months tn M Half column, 12 months,. id III) One column, 12 months,. , 125 oo *_- Advertisements for a less tlhje than three months will be charged for at tlie Msii kl rates—one dollar per square for the first in sert ion, and fifty estate for each subsequent Insertion. eai,The number of Insertions in List be mark ed on the manuscript, or tlie advertisement will be continued until forbid and charged f»r accordingly. \pitimtt $*xA$. WILLIAM k\llli: &, CO., [j . MANUFACTrriIERS OF URAND, SQUARE AND TTPRIGHT _e» x.___:_?_-o -1» _»ii. t c » WAHKItoIiMS, No. 350 l.aliiinor" Stw«, n...

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. — 10 September 1869

>~0 RANGE C. H ~-~ PRICAY MORNINQ:::BEPI'EMBER 10 IS6B NEWSPAPER LAWS, Postmasters ere required to give notice by j'tler whtn a subscriber does not take his piper from the orilce; aii.l rive the ii'iison 'or Its nor. being taken. Neglecting to do so nakos tposlmwtor responsible to the pub ,.shcr !-r (he payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly Tom the postoUlee, whether he lias subserib _d or not, is responsible lor the payment ol the subscription. A person ordering Ms paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or the publisher may .ontiiuii. to send It until payment is mode, and eolleet the whole amount, whether it Is taken from tbe ofl.ce 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 ig_ur.»i-i facie evidence ol intentional MM TEE TEST OATH, Settled ot last, and sooner and better than we expected. Let us be thauklul. We are thankful. Richmond papers are praising with much vig...

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. — 10 September 1869

italic fgtwßittUtte _AjORANGEtC. H! t*s_ FUIDAV MORNING::SEITEMBF,R 10,1S«9 LOCAL NEWS. A Northern I'abtt arc In quest of » cheese (arm near this place, and we •tope they will get It. Ex-Uov. Smith is salduTbe a candi date for the Presidency of the Chesa peake and Ohio Railroad. Baldwin _ Six Dom.au Suns arc much in favor hero. Next Spring, ti. ought sell a thousand of them in this county. Powell's Paradise and Row's Realm ol Delight are names suggested for the two bachelor-palaces lately erected here. The Mobile R-uister says that a uc- X child in this vicinity has bee- ntim- Apropos D., and asks if "the Na "jknows anything about. NO ! Rumored that Mr. iliggius is going t 0 exchange farms with Dr. Powell o ( Hanover. Dr. P. would be quite un ac. cession to the county. The Wueat, WO aie told, turns out finely in almost every instance. — Messrs, Jones and Son ol Eapidan, it «aid, have threshed out the largest p they ever madc-tlie yield being a fraction over 8,000 bushel.-. The Ticke...

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. — 10 September 1869

THE SEPARATION, BY GREEN GOOOLES. The bride of an hour stood smiling, Her mother lv tears near by; For the "pot ot her life, so beguiling," Was soon to bid her good-bye. Fond friends tried vainly to cheer her. To Btop up the tears that fast fell, And she clasped her daughter still nearer, Aud In agony uttered larowed! The groom with his bride had departed, To journey far off in strango lands. And the mother cried out liroken-heartcd_ I "Well! I'm glad that gol's off of my hands!' _4uoiu<- (t?-,) Constitutionalist. Objects of interest—Seven thir ties. Poor relations—Ours with Eng land. The pink of (im-)pcrlection— Itoug.. Woll-handlcd subjects—Street organs. A race of sculptors—Tlie Chip a-ways. Not a miss—A rich and hand some widow. *■> A bad sign-To sign another man's name to a note. Moving for a new trial—Court- I Ine a second wile. I a man out of date? k back, ing taught in one lcs [ tlietn. whose contents rule j ct-book. ay to lind a woman ont isn't at home, he musket and ...

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. — 24 September 1869

•BY BAGHY ._ BTOI 1.11. «-.-_- m AOVKHTIMIXO. TllP fllllowln* S?te-_eo? Alvertlsin.. which Will, in iu-tance, be departed from: one square, (10 linc-or less,) Ist lnsrt n. 91 00 Kaeh subseqent Insertion, """ One square 12 months, J - "JJ -nesquare 8 months, • ° ™ One square 3 months ° "" HusincßS Cards. 12 one year Lj U0 Two squares, 12 mouths, a vo Three squares 12m0nth5...... __ •» w onarter column, 12 months 4001 Half colontn, 12 months ' . «0 One column, 12 months _-U0 ear Advertisement i for a less time than three months will b_oharged foral the usu al nSee—oaed-liar pec square forthe first in sertlon, and fifty cents lor each subsequent Insertion. «_.The number of Insertions must be mark edon themanusCTipt, or the advertisement ■will be continued until forbid nnd charged feracc-i-diii-ly. §jiUimoit <t*t&s. H11.1..11 K\Ani- __ co^ , I—Uf-TAC-trBSM Of- GRAND, -QCABE AMI UPRIGHT PIATCO-PoriTES W A X Fit no MS, No. 350 Ilalliiimi-.' Strict, licnr Eutaw, BALTIMORE, Ml). THES...

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. — 24 September 1869

0 RANG- C. II ~*"" ritIDAY MORNTNCi:::Si:i'TI'..'.II'.KH 1886 li-WSPAF-K LAWS. I'Postin-stcr- are requited to give notice hy letter w h.u ft _u-s.ri_er itoes not take tut piper from the otllcc; anil give the reason for its not. hciiu: taken. Neglectingtt> aoto luiike- ipostiniiHlcrrcsiioiislblt'tolliepith jjsber lor ihe payment. , ~„ Any person who Hikes a paper regularlj fiom tlie. postofflfe, whether fie-hat sul.se 1111 --eil or not, is rc-spoiisi-l-ior the payment of P or_erlti« his paper discontinued must pay all urn-rases, ortho puhlisher may continue to semi It until payment is made, anil collect the whole amount, whether it is taken from tlie ollice or not. ■ihe courts have fleclded that refnalngto laiieii paper and periodical from the post ofllce, or i-.-ie.o-, mil and 1. avlng tliein uncall ed tor la prime faeve evidence of Intentional 11-,-uul ____________________ A STREAK OF LIGHI IN THE EAST. "The Maine election proved one thing —that Radicalism has touched the ze nit...

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. — 24 September 1869

c_ji>'oßANl.E V. 11: - rtUDA- MORNINGuSEITEMBKR-I.I 808 LOCAL HEWS. ._, .______.. ■-- -_-^_-—-— l»_BTiKs indebtep to the late firm of Knox & Bro„ are referred to the no tice published by Wm. 9. William■•-. Land Baui.—•!»>• 5. Campbell has sold his farm, situated six miles below this place and containing about _C 0 acres, to Franklin Steams, tor &10.0 cash. Metkoe in DATLionT.—Between live and -ix P. M. one day last week,as we we were going up the Railroad, we Pi -tartled by a brilliant meteor li shot toward the _\'ortbeast at an elevation of 30 degrees above r_j hori zon. Seen at night.., meteor of such _iillia_e_ -.Votilil be alarming, *n't For.uKT Us.—We would remind i of our patrons who are indebted to iv for. advertising, Job work, or sub scription, that we are needing the mo ney very uiiieli, and hope you will not forget to call and settle when you come to Court next Monday. Come prepar ed to do this, for we must have money. tATED O.T.—We are. It seems to no more ...

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. — 24 September 1869

_kjs a (lit* at* _ I HOW THEY HAD HIM. V. hen I Was yonng and tender too, T bad to mind nud bad to do Whatever mother bade me; Khe nsed to have n wulmil stick Wliich kept tne on the ilonble-qnh—,; Aud that vfi~ where Bhe hud me. When older grown and ijnlto a bean Among the girls, I used to know A Miss Prlstllla nailllll ; And with tlie help of smiles arid uods I fell lv love ut forty rods, And there is where she had me. When I vras older, say sixteen', 1 thought it time to have a i[ueco, And asked tier if she'd wed me j Bhe said she didn't object, Or words to something that effi-ct, And there was where she had me. But when, to maka tho matter straight, I went up to negotiate Affairs with Colonel Cndmy, He said ho "didn't care to sell," | He told me I might go to—will, Aud that was where ho had mo. I drowned my sorrow In the cup Until I got my dander up (1 couldn't have been niaiiilor;) "When she proposed that we be on. In spite of pa—the thin- was done, And that was where I had her....

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. — 1 October 1869

HY BAGBY & STOKER. Terms of Aovbriisino.—The following Hre our terms of Advertising, which will, ln ii. instance, be departed from: One square, (10 lines or less,)-St Jnsrt'n. $1 0C Each subseqent Insertion, 0 50 One square 12 months, 12 i. Onesqunre 6 months 8 Ot] One square 3 months, C 00 Ruslnoss Cards, 12 one year, 12 00 Two squares, 12 months , 20 Oil Three squares 12months, 25 Oi) Ouarter column, 12 months, 40 no naif colui__i,l2months, .0 no One column, i_ months, 12.00 *S- .dvertl«ement . for a le«s time than three ininillis will bed—__ed tor at the usu al rates—ohedoUarpcr square fertile first In sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion. *_.The number of insertions must be mark ed on tho manuscript, or the advertisement will be continued until forbid and charged for accordingly. WILLIAM it \ i iti; &, CO., MANDFACTUREIts OF GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT _-*Z___,T-T __>-_5» _>r_ -? ____ WAR-ROOMS, No. 350 Bnltlnior. Street, near Eutaw, BALTIMOBB, MD. ...

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. — 1 October 1869

.-"ORANGE C. H.,~... ■ »«IDAY MORNING::::'::;::-.CTOBER 1 1869 . KBWgPAPKR LAW). I |Postmasters are required to give notice by letter wh__i a sulis.i itur does not take Ins pt per from the office: and give the reason fin its u-ti being taken, Neglecting to doao make.. ' postiiuisti't ri'sponslblelolhepub _.slu-r i.,r the payment. • Any person who lakes a paper regularly from the postotftco, whether h. litis subscrib ed or not, is responsible for the payment of the subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued mustpay nil arrearages, or t lie publisher may continue to send A until payment Is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it is taken from the ottlee or not. The courts have decided that refusing lo tnKi',;i paperiui.l periodical from the post oltlce, or removing ami leaving them uncall ed for is prima facie evidence of intentional raud TBYISG TO KEEP PS.O-T. Butler has openly avowed his deter mination to stand in the door to keep out Virginia, and Wilson of Mussu...

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. — 1 October 1869

__*.■ ORAM.I: C. lUv«r . Fill DA V MORNINU:.::::.::,:::OCTODEIt, let, LOCAL NEWS. Circuit Court.—The Full term of our Circuit Court commences to-dny. Farm Sdl.d.—Tbe lurin of W. T. B. Frazer. advertised ih MilU-r»& Hopkins' ciiliiiiin, was sold lust week to Mr, Bar' deiiberger of New York, for $11.00;.. We -___■ in error last week in saying that Krai.kiln Ht cuius liad purchased the farm of James S. Campbell. Win. <j. Crenshaw was the purchaser. • Piedmont Imt-UOMCCSa.— A new pa per with tin. above title is soon to be Started in Charlottesville, by _l__srs Thomas s) Dmpre. In the Prospectus tbe proprietors say the "intelligencer will be independent iv politics, eclectic iv its literature, und general in it" news." Norfolk Journal.- This valued ex- I change comes to us in an entire new dress, and now presents as neat and handSOBM appearance ns any paper in the South. Tbe Journal is edited with much spirit and übi.ily, and italics us pleasure to note this evidence ot its de ser...

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. — 1 October 1869

_f?#i«JL__ 9 THE BACHELOK'S COMPLAINT. Returning home at close of day, Who gently chides my long delay, And by my side delights to stay? Nobody. Who sets fbr me the easy chair, IS. is out the room with neatest care, And lays uiy slippers ready there. Nobody. Who regnlates the cheerful fire, And piles the blaring luel higher, And bids me draw my chair still nigher? Nobody. When plunged In dire and deep distress, And anxious cares my heart oppress, Who whispers hopes of happiness? Nobody. When anxious thoughts within me rise, And In dismay my spirits dies, Who soothes me by ncr kind replies? Nobody. When sickness raks my feeble frame, And grief distracts my fevered brain, Who sympathies with my pain? Nobody. Then I'll resolve, so help mo Fate, To change at once the si.igle state, And will to Hymen's altar take- Somebody. A pleasing faction—Satisfaction. A base drum—A weak contium di'iiin. Is getting 'tight' the result of 'loose' habits? lni.-illi.b_e cure lot a boil—Two pounds of ice ...

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. — 8 October 1869

—■■I She 9>tire flrfliaJau t BY BAGUY a STOFEft. Tkr»lß ok AiiVKiitiai.xo. —Tho rallowlns are our terms of Adverilsito;. whlob will, In no instance, be departed from: due square, (10 lines or lea*,) Ist lnsitu.il 00 Haeh subseqent Insertion 0 SO Une square 1_ months, VI 00 Onesquui- 11 months, 8 00 One square 8 months 5 00 Business Cards, 12 one year, v> 00 Two squares, IS months, 20 on Throe squares 12 mont Us, 28 00 Quarter eoltimn, 12 months 40 00 Half column, 12months, IU. no tlneoolumn, 12 months, liiiiO ttj- -dTcrtlseinents for ii less ti.-i.e lli: t ii three month.. \vlll,l.ech.'ii_id foral the lis,l -nl rates—ortedollarpergliilnri. for the Mist in sertion, and flit j- cents for each subsequent Insertion, »..The number of insert lons must lie mark ed on tbe manuscript, or the advertisement Will be continued until forbid and characd for accordingly. gittttattf (_n,ilsi. HII,I,U>I li \ iBE &. CO., MANItFACTfRKItM OF ORAM!, SQIARE AMI lI'RM.'HT -E > X____L._N-«_&...

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. — 8 October 1869

jlafilK If itjinian, v/«ORiK«E C. 11.,.~/_~ — TgIDAY MOIU-IN(_i;::::;i:OCl'OBEB 8 1809 «JKK W-PA"PKR LAWS. 'O-tmi-iMn are required to give notice try ter wba.a a suk-.riber doe. not take ills i per from the office; and give the reason ! ■IU not, being taken. Neglecting lo do so make* I postmaster responsible to the pub lisher lor the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the pontoftlce, whether be na_ su-Bcrlb ed or not. Is respon.lbU for tha payment of he subscription. ||A person ordering his paper discontinued niu-it pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send It until payment In made, and collect the whole amount, whether It U taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take.a paper and periodical from the post otttce, or removing nud leuvlng them uncall ed for l__u.i-.ia/one evidence of intentional r___ . NOTE- OF TRAVEL. Libkbtt, Sept. 30,18G9. Mrs. Ull.bs at the Washington lioiue iv Lynchburg combines in a happy manner th...

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. — 8 October 1869

_A. 08-rTGBwC. B: ■[*_) rßT__._^olWi_<"o,:::'-:::--"C T *- >I{i:11 «. I* 6B LOCAL Waymtn. "near this place, contain in;; about 150 acres, lias beet "old to John Kvcrsficld ot Maryland, toiJ6-0-. CiKt-iT Cot** —**»« October term of this Court commenced on Friday last aud Is still In session-Judge Shackel ford presiding- Jfl__e__l__f_ next Tub Kfihcoi-ai. Chliuii.—We. have -, en requested to cay, that although jhe woik ol improving the -lunch lia_ been commenced, there v.ill be no Ul- I U'lT-iption oflhe service.. ArroiNTin.—Beverly It. BoUt, Of Culpepcr, has been appointed collector of Internal revenue for the s 'x ln y ir " giuiu district, iii place of _• B. storliug. COOt.—TUe late spell of cool weather hold 3 its own -'underfill!}', and the nights and mornings an* Itß itrlklng eontrwt to those ol lust week. The summer is over now, we think, mid 000 l Weather may be reasonably expected , from this time out. * Tnn F____»- U arette for Ootobe r It belorc ut. 'i his is otio ol t...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 8 October 1869

THE DECLARATION. •"Faith! women are riddles!" 1 muttered one day, As I sat by my beautiful Bess: '•It socmj very iiueer, that whatever they say, Their meaning no mortal can guess I" 1 Knew that she loved me by many a sign That letted her ii'ieetinns In show; Rut wini i pii.~-c<it,.i •■ v. m Betty be mine?" Confiuind her, she answered me, "Nol" 'Tls the way with the se_—so I often heard — And thus their ossein liny tXpreu: But I couldn't but think it extremely ab suid Tlint a "No" was the same ns_a "Yes!" bo I asked her tgttn. with my heart In t whirl, And said, "Do not "i.iiver me so!" When twice In succession the mlschivous girl Repeated the odious "No." "There," she r„ld, with a laugh; "that Is certainly plain| At your _ie_fl'H_| is hot over nice, Or you wouldn't huvo forced me to say it oga'n, 1. or I think 1 have spoken It twice." >''l see!'' I exclaimed, as I clasped In my The hand of My beautiful Bess; I now recollect what the grammar has Two negatives equeal a "Yes." Va...

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. — 15 October 1869

BY BAGHY A RTOFEB, TEnMS of Aiivkktisixii. —The following ftreour terms oi Advertlsiii'-'. Which will, lv no instance, be departed ftnmi One square, (10 lines or 1e5..,) Ist lnsrt'n, 81 00 Basil lubaegen* Insertion J so Onesqn__-e Q nioi.ths, i_ '*> OneHqiuu- 0 moid lis _ 00 One square H months fl 00 Business finds, VI one year, IL' on Two square*, i_ month*, no oo Three squares 1_ ni.uil lis, 2o (XI Quarter column, 12 months, io mi Half column, 12 months »0 iin One column, 1_ months .....12. on *_►• 4dvertlseincnis for n les" time that! three months will be chanted foiai the bsu ul rate*—one dolUd" per square for the flrsi in serliim, and llhy cents for each lUbleqaent Insertion. HfS-Thc number oil user! ions must lie mark ed on the manuscript, or the advertisement will (-'continued until forbid und charged far accordingly. * ■ *~~ gnltimorc itms. WILLIAM XI.ARE & CO., MANI'I'...TritKHS OF (JR. Nil, SqtARH AND IPRK.HT r*i__-_-"c_>-_?'c>X-T____ WAIt ..ROOMS, No. 350 Cal...

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. — 15 October 1869

*«ORA«f(IE C. PBIDAY _10RNlNO::!::":OCl'OnKR 15 IS()» Millhl'U'Kl_l„llVS. I Postniaster- are recalled to Kive notice hy leiter wiK.i a subaerlbei doen aol lake lv* {.i per limn the ol lei ; end glv* tbe reason or its nn'beius taken. Neglecting to dowi innki'M posii.i.istei reepodkibleto ihepuh ..si.cr 1 ir ihe paj iiia'tit. Any person uho Ink's a paper regularly from the postoilie., whet her n* has subscrib ed or not, is responsible lor the payment of lie subscription. | |A person ordering his paper discontinued must tiay all Arrearages, or tne publisher roe. 1 couiinue to seiul it until payment is made, nnd collect Ihe whole amount, whether it iv taken lrom the ollla-e or not. i'he courts have decided that refusing to 1 me,a paper and pei'lodleal trom tic post oiliee, or removing uml lea. luff them uncall ed for is prima facte uvnlcuce ol intentional rami I—l Li..... HOTES OF TPAVTL. Knoxviiac, Term., Oct., 9, 1 went to sleep the other l.ight in Salem with a strange Vision before m...

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