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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 15 October 1869

i, I r.M.I (. V.-.VI V M. !HMM..::::::::'i(tT(i|'.l It Hi. I*~> -S. Ui.m-I.i:.—A new Kited ill d Hiiinlay. I lv- train leaving In re ) V. M. instead ot 2 lv P. M., a* ;s_ir_w (.'ormi-.i1."-The lirst niiin ie Petersburg Courier appeared i •, under the editorial (-(induct M| I). Davies, J£-(p The CuUrte, . m place oi tlie Petersburg Es. iinl gives, promise of being an ee.sor. od Pin a. —With pleasure we j mil our exchange list the I't-'t' ; cully started in (.'hiirlotte.villo ire. Thomas & Impre. The ■ •»-' | eer is a live paper iv every re beautifully printed, and edited icb ability and spirit. We „_■_ r and prosperous career. rni.K. — I lie new chignon is out. (I isn't it (treudlul ! One ot the J gunns would UU .1 small mat id luruish Sufficient uiMt_ri.il fel . They are much 1- liger than ; ick liuir" sets lhat have lid'cto- , ii iutri.idiit.ed in ihe inuikei.— , of being round and placed high ; c back uf the bead, the new one* i twelve to eighteen inches in and elanatt 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. — 15 October 1869

(Ron the m vrivts vikgihiaw.) [A - ... . I-.IK IM Tellme, ye winged winds, That round my pathway roar,. Do j-3 not know some dpot Where Yankee., are no more? Home lone and pie -ant dell, Home valley Fast or West, Where free 'rom Yankee blue The weary eye may rest? The loud wind sighed r.n.l whispered low, "Alps I no spot w Ithout them—no." -ell me, thou mighty deep. Whose billows rouid rae play, Know'st thou some fevor'd spot, Boiuo Island fcr away, .Vheie weaey hearts may rind Tho bliss for which we sigh, • Where Vi. nkces never come, And Rebels never die? The fierce Warns rolling In perpetual flow Stopped for a While, and sadly answered "No." And thon, sereneet moon, Who wtfh such holy face Doth look upon the earth Asleep in night's embrace,. Know'st thou no pleasant place, Hast thou not MM some spot, . Wht.ro Yankees vile are not? Behind a cloud the moon wiilnlrew in woe" And in molar eholy cadence answered, 'No.' Tell me, ye secret sonl, Ah, tell me Hope and FalthJ And thou, oil...

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. — 22 October 1869

enmUlhea greed i iwer, ■weetnesi and Sac ,en well m groat purltj ofiH ycnne** throughout llie«n< • TOTTCri In pliant and elastic, and entirely free from the Htlffoess fonnd In mo many Pianos. In ■VP-OnSSMAKTSHII* Ihey are unexci lied, nslngnono Lul the very I-1 v osoned material, the large capital em >yed in cur business enabling us to keep utlnnally an Immonac stock or lumber, . Ul our Sq.i.ire PiMio* havo our N'-.v Im .l overstrtltfg scale an J the Agmir,- ire- j Ye would call special attention toour lata prwemoota in IASD I'IA IS OS and BQI ARE GIiASDa l',iUnh-d MUfftut 11, |sa . Ich brtngthePl tno nearer perfection than :i attained. ;verv Piano fully warranted forflve year*, j oleWhnl mile. Agency I'm-i 'arti art & Need i , celt brated ailur Orifun* and C hiirih llnrmoulunis. ». M.1.1 AM KN'AKK A CO., No. 530 Wi i Ball I more Street, ■near Kataw, lialtiniore, ltd. ■ K>pten»ber 2">, HUM. ,IOSi I'll 12ARUIS & CO., ERCHANT TAILORS STo. 11 K. KulBW Street, orrosi...

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. — 22 October 1869

*~ORANQB C. 8.,~*~— , FRIDAY MOWNTNa-::s;:.-OCTOBER SB 1809 n b w gp afsb UWI, llPostmaaten are required to give notice by letter wliu a subscriber docs not lake his pc tier frohl the office: and give the reason lor its not, being taken. Neglecting to do so makes 'postmaster responsible to the pnb .jher ihe payment, Atty person who takes a paper regularly from the posioir.ee. whether hv has subscrib ed or not, Is responsible for the payment of he subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or the publisher may • 'otlii.it' to send it. until payment Is made, •id collect the whole amount, whether It la Itokcn from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to taken paper and periodical from the post office, or removing ami leaving them uncoil ed for is prima facte evidence of intentional BOTES OF TRAVEL, Twenty years ! It is a long time to be parted from friends whom you es teem and whose names are associated with happiest memcries. In...

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. — 22 October 1869

I3A? ORA?*UE C. H: •r*/® DAY MORNING,:::::::::OtTORIB12S, UW — -ii— - - LOCAL HEWS. ■ iiri.a.--FHty ctir loads of tattle veil this place. Tuesday morning last, ig North. i rstSSii ■■ ThS wages of the trackmen lint Orange ami Alexandria I! ill- I, having born rcoeotly- reduced >no dollar per da}, (he men em ed on the division between Lov iton and Charlottesville ''struck" lon day, refusing to work at the r -1 m 1 price. The ecinpany art- sup. rig their plticcs with others, as rap si they can ha had. Lort Don.- Stolen on the evening of Sunday, the 17th instant, a black dog-, With a white breast and all four led tinged with grey, nearly four months old. Any information given of his wheareabouts will Be gratefully receiv ed, and a liberal reward will be given to any one wbo will deliver b'Utato tne at this {dace. P. it. IKY. Dors it Pay ro A&VKBTtIB.— I'ltc Bos ton Journal says thai, a Ie nling book litm in that city answers this question as follows : They published an edition of...

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. — 22 October 1869

A I'IAXA tOH IHK .BtLD EAGLE." 0 OY JOHN L. LES. OBf* the Fugle, fer he's weary, And his head is drooping dreary ; Coop him, cage him, let htm rest, lor there's uot one lert to love hlin, lHiwn below, or up above him, Coup him, eoje him, It is best! Cage that Eagle, for tic's bloody, And his leather* are muddy— Drooping is his old "bald head." Onco ten Uicni-u-i.i halted him glndly, Now ten thousand greet him madly ; Poor old "b.'fdlrc!" he feels sadly, For his parly's hopes ara dead. Cage l-mt Bagll he's done soaring— Where the Storms are wildly roaring— He is lost ij iii'i ami ralei! Cage hir.i,.ri.nl unloose him never, Let him fret and pine forever- Till his mortal strength shall fall. Case that Ragle, cage him kindly, Tell him that we are hot blindly stowing him away to rest. Ne'er again when storms arc low'ring, Will we sec him upward roaring; Ne'er where oilfls, 'mid dark pines tow'ring, Will old "Baldy" build his Beat. Tin- otuest uiiaiic on lcconi — time out ol mind, Sharp 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. — 29 October 1869

Tehms of A-iivioti'isiN..' --The following are our terms of Advertising, w'lilch will, in no instil me, he departed iroiu: One square. ,].j lines or less,) Ist Inirt'n. II W Each subieqeut Insertion,* "™ <lßA*linirc 12 months, '- " OntuniiiarjG months s . Oli(Ko.o.iir:t months SOT Busllicss Cards, 12 on- year, 1- OT TOTKipiares, l'Jmonllis -•.' « Thn- square* 12months,.. f W ftnnrte.r column, 12 months, ; ' tliiir coin inn. t2 no.nibs i; , Onecoliiuin, l'iioontlis, UjOT • Jtar \dvertlartncnte for a less umeHi.tu exJins-montiis w-iU be charged (brat Ihe iic. al rales— oneilolhir pi r square for ihe lirsl in sertion, and lllly c, nls sir each subsequent tusurtiou. *».The nnmber of insert lons must he marl: --«* lon tbc mmiuserlpt. or the adverttsemettl ' will be continued until forbid attl charged fur accordingly. combines crcnt power sweetness nnd fine slnahitdi'iuallt'v, us well lis great purity of in tonation, mid'evenness throughout the en- TOTTOH is pliant nnd elastic, and ent...

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. — 29 October 1869

FRIDAY MOTtNINOr-.::v-OCTOnER BJ 1809 __wgPAr_iT_A-w_.'~" ||R_rma*ters are required to give notice by i letter wbwo a subscriber does not take his or per from the office; and give the reason tor its not, being taken. Neglect Ing to do so mokes - postmaster responsible to the pub _tlrer l,jr the payment. 1 Any person who takes a paper regularly rom the postofnce, whether he has subscrib ed or not, Is responsible for the payment of he subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send It until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it is taken from the ofßce or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take,a paper and periodical from tlie post offlee. or removing and leaving them uncall ed for is prima facie evidence of Intentional rand RAILROAD INTERESTS. One of tlie important questions to be decided by the Virginia Legislature. say* the Fredericksburg Herald—if it ever meetsagnin—is ns to whether...

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. — 29 October 1869

3AJ ORANGE C. H:.«**7i) PH'A X _o.tNlNa.:::::::r:Or*TOßErt 2ft. ttd LCOAL NEWS. ' »i.btbbLlVE MERCHANT'S col umn in to-day's paper. ■ We iuvs received a conmiiinlcalioii h-om "A Subscriber," which will be published when the antliois name Is given. Biswasa Twins.—Tlte Simese Twins. Chimp and Enjr Bunker, passed here Monday morning, on their way to the Noitit. Ciacrs.—Mike Llptnan't Circus ad vertised to be here on Tile-day last tlid riot arrive. Cause pecuniary diMci I tles. I'oor Mike ! poor printers * I Pcrras' HosMat, Mosthlt, published by v. L. Peter's,lN Braadway, N. Y. ♦3,00 per year. The October number conns-to us ovenlutt witli choice music. We would recommend this work to all lovers ofgood niu-ic. M.tRYi.AMi rnty ik.—Tin: Maryland Fanner for Oclulicr is iipiui our table. We have no hesitancy iv laying, that it Is equal to any MsfSSlria ot the k lid pul liihi'd. We can not see liyiv any larincr can get along Without It. It Is otdy JILCUa yen- in mlvuiicc. PublMi cd hy S. Sand...

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. — 29 October 1869

(FROM THE NOiIEOLK JOURNAL.) _B_ISISCK-''i*3,oF A BaEAX?A3T. Mr J. M. COVHItT, M. tl. "I do verily believe that could I at this time again attack, with "trenchant appe tite," the'excellent sausages, Ac, which grac ed your breikfri-it-Li'ile during the period of my rocent furlough, I would be willing to forego all the pleasures ot M.ihomet'B Para dise."— Ee'.rael from a Letter. "As winds the Ivy 'round the tree,,' As to the morn Its misty fogs, Bo Fancy ever clings to thee, I'ou linked essence of Hoys. Not snows or rains or winter's blast San change, although my appetite they freeze; Those visions of the glorious past, With glittering piles of hogshead clieete. A* truthful needle to the pole, Forever turns, howe'er It shakes: Bo Memory centres all my soul With phantoms Of hot-flannel cakes. Yes! phantoms of digested meals Rise up in mocking effigy; But foremost on my eyelid steals The well-known ghost of P I G. Oh I never till life's sun is set, And Time is swallowed up in ages, Can ...

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. — 5 November 1869

TSBMB or Advertising.—The following are our terms of Advertising, which will, in no instance, be departed from: OnetqiMU-c, (Hi lines or less,) Ist lnsrt'n, 31 00 Ehc.li .übseqcnt insertion, II 50 One square 12 months, 13 00 One square li months, 8 One square It months, G (io Daslness Cards, 12 one year 12 on Two squares, 12 months, 21) 09 Three squares 12 months, 2f> IK) Ouaiter column, 12 months, 40 0(i Half column, 12 months 'ill DO One column, 12 months, 12.5 no Bey Advertisements for a less time than three months will be charged forat the usu al rates—one dollar pel square for the first In sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. S_.The number of Insert lons must be ninrk eo on the manuscript, or the advertisement will be continued until forbid and charged for accordingly. Combines great power sweetness and fine slnglnglqunlltv, as well a* greal purity ol In tonation, and evenness throughout the en tire soitlo. Their TOUCH Is pliant and elastic, and entirely f...

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. — 5 November 1869

I 808 I—PUOVKU—AND THU NEW SAL CLOTHES WHIM'ER. 'ED with Bowell-i Patent I Cog-wheel*, ami the Patent Stop, questionably far superior to any tot washing clothes ever invented, ye their cost twice n year, by sav in! clot lies, io have used them give testimony our machine much; could not be to do without It, nnd with 1 hi c feel that we are masters oi ihe -8ev.1.. Scott, Bishop M. ". ' I'th one dollars week in any total* Tribune. nundr-.'ofinv house there is a pcr nkglvlng on Mondays for tiie in -/,'. ,-. Theodore 1.. ''■<.. r. reek ins given it a stronger hold affection* ot the inmates of in ly commend it to economist* ol icy, mid contentment."— Rev, Dr. i Doty—Your lastintprovem, hlng Machine It a complete *uc sure you "our M.icliliie," afl Is thought more of to-day than would not lie parted with under ostances." —, Sol in Robinson. 'ashing Machine has been in •' laundry, and tim housekeeper ■ \ rseii ns liitoly pleased with It U vcwnipli' lies 11 greater amount ol i ie s labor, ...

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. — 12 November 1869

BY BAG BY m BTOFER. .TSBUS oi AiiVii.-iisiN-n.—Tht, inflowing ni.' our ienrfaof Advertising, which wlll.lu no l.istniK'c, tic departed from: One square, ~in lines or li-sh.) Ist InsrCn. fl Ol fikunt *Bb*saent ln*ertlon, IH ouos, iitur.t i. months, 12 to (jnesquar* 0 mouths, 8 00 One square 8 moil'.lis, 5 IM Business Cards, 12 one year, 12 Oil ?wos.|uares. Is ihonilii' "i io lire.- squares 12 months, 25 (Xl Ouurior column, i*. months, 4.) ~>,. i Half column,l2 months 50 ~, One column, 12 months, i_ 00 i*_ .dvsrrttsement* Tor a lees tlmetbaa three months will I" obarged Coral the u-u --ttl rate*—one dollar per squari tor the first in sertton. and fifty cents tor each subsequent Insert ion. a_.Th*namber of ln*ertlonsmn*t be mark ed on the manuscript, or the advertisement will lie continued until forbid and charged fer accordingly. A ll" ■ i _•_>__ *EI combines great power, sweetness and fine »ingliig.qnitl!tv, ns well as great purity of in tonation, r.ml evenness throughout the e...

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. — 12 November 1869

„0 11 A 1(J E C. H.,~ FRIDAY MOttNlNiiitXOVf MHKR 12, IWIO. I Jt_ Wal'APKlt LAWS. Postnuvut-rs are required to give notice by letter wbiti n subscriber doe* not take hi* m per from the "llio..- and I'ive tbe reason mr It* not being taken. Neglecting to do so • makes \ postmaster respon.sibleto the pub- ' ,_her „r t he payment. , Any person who take* a paper regularly from the postofflce, whet her he bus subscrib ed ornot, is responsible for the payment of , the subscription. A person ordering bis paper discontinued j must pay all arrearages, or i i,e publisher may continue to send It until payment is made, nnd collect the whole amount, whether it 1* , taken from tin- office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take,a paper and periodical from tbe post office, or removing nnd leaving them unci,li ed forts prima fact, evidence of Intentional ruuili: ROTES OF TRAVEL, nr Titt: _>itob. 1 had intended to devote an entire letter to Knoxvillo, so well was I pleas ed with the ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 12 November 1869

RJTAV yi.r.Nl.Vii.i.N'iVJl.Villl 11 12,1*0*. LOCAL NEWS. Stooiiii i,i,i ii*' Mm tikos.—Gen, Can by issued nn order Monday postponing all Railroad ijockho_era' meetingl un til the admission oi tbc si ate. If you go in a store md find the clerk lying on the counter asleep, y< lay know that the linn don't advertise.— Anything for a quiet life, Tun Mamm, "Strike wh n the Iron Is ho:," is getting altogether ton slow for the :ige; you inttst make it hot by striking. Nr.w Daii.v.--Wc are iv receipt nt ThtAlexandrian, a new daily paperJusl commenced In Alexandria, by Meters. Driver, Semract, Wedderburn & Mar ked. S.u.i: rosii'ONiiii.—The sale of the House and Lot or Dr. W. S. Orymcf, j Bt Qordonsvllle, has been pottponed until the 17th instant, nt which time Ihe sale will positively lake place. Goat Ci.iM.tKr.iN i.-Tlie beautiful In dian Slimmer went "glimmering' 1 on i Saturday last, nnd gave place to as raw. bleak, and db ■ day ai No- | vember can boast of. NgW Pah-il — Vie have re...

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. — 12 November 1869

I cannot lightly talk and smile, I will not sit and sigh; 1 am not vexed enough to scold, And too much vexed to cry. 80, Annie, do enlighten uie-^-' My hope is all in you: I'm sure I don't know what he means And can't tell what to do. Last night when Charlie talked to me Though bo was kind and good, He acted like ; ,n Injured Bum, Who suirered all he could; Twould be a pretty way to be Without the nskiiig led; If hS B isli, s nic to take lo him, "lis very easy said. One day be a*_sd mo if I thought. When to another wed, I'd ever breathe v sigh for him, Because Ids hopes wet* deadt And If I did not think he'd lcel Dlscous-dute i ami sad? I'm sure I can't tell bow he'd feel- I know that I'd feel bad. He said ho wished to know mv heart- Ills own was ton With doubts; ' If he'd only ask me what I thin* Of him, he'll nad It out- So What to think, or bow to act, I'm sure I do not know- But If be want, to marry me, I Wish he'd tell me so! OBsra sense—Reticence. A broad tea—Modes-ty. A good ...

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. — 19 November 1869

KY RAtibi A nOFBR. TEHMS OV A.!,\_—is-.lN,ll.—Tbe loUßWlng avenur teruisot Adsettl.tng. which v ;In no li_ttiuiot'. bs- departed tto__ tlue WlßOr*, ll" llneaor less, i Ist liv.sU ,'n. II M l-.ncb aub*eq.nt Insertion, v 51) tiui'wquiii'e I.' months, l'_j J| thm sun-re c- months, J ™ tine *t|iuire B l-Ontli* si _J_ llu._ce* —irds. I- one soar, I* w ■vivo Mipnlit,*. 12 mouths, jjß '"' yince stiiiar— l.mnnt lis, .. '••■> J" 1 Quarter eoluinn, )'2 months, ?> W Half eoluinn, P. niout lis, ,__ Ime col nmn, I. montlis, I_UO »_- Advcrtlaement* for a less time thou three months will be charged fornt the usu ,,l rate*--—ie dollar per square for the first In- Kcrtlon.nnd fifty cents for enuti subsequent Insertion. OH-The number of Insertions must be mark ed! on themanuaerlp', or the advertisement will l until forbid nu.i charged fv.r li i'li,;:i''. *_..■■! " " ' ' -..- I — 'liVlnir'' niilily «-'sf ii iis lli'e.il purit vof ill- I tonal on and evenn, i throughout tliocn- TOtTOH la pliant,a...

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. — 19 November 1869

FILL—AY MORNIN—:NOVUMBER 18, 18*} IBWSPAFER LAWS. Post masters arc required to give notice by letter wb.n a subscriber does not takt; ids btper fi'otn the office; nnd Rive tbe reason tbr its not. belug taken. Neglecting to do ao makes I post I'lnstet reapousible to the pub* .—ht fjr ihe payincut. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the postotllce, whether tie has subscrib ed or not, lv responsible for the payment of the snlisciiptinn. | |A person ordering his paper discontinued —list pity all arrearages, or the publisher—ay continue to send it until payment i* made, aud collect the whole amount, whether it la taken from the olllce or not. The courts have dectded that renistnglo take,a paper and perle-licul irom the post office, or removing and leaving them uncall ed tor it prima facte evidence of Intentional res_ YIBGIRIi VITALITY. The Day, the nesv Philadelphia paper it "struck with the wonderful vitality which, in their hour cf misfortune, Southern men of business are exhi...

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. — 19 November 1869

_UU—I ■ \(),::-:N()Yi'Ml'EIt ]'c ' LOCAL MTWI J M-.si.is.—Measles hnve iniidc ti.elr appearance in this place, and hay. i spreading very rapidly. Quite a niim ■ ber of children and grown persons have been attacked. Kobe STtur.—A mortgage was re folded iv Ibe Clerk*! Olliee of this count}' on Saturday last, which requir ed a revenue stamp of tlie value of one thousand dollars. Rt-outiii, that Col. Chart— P. Mor. j II epet v, ill be a candidate tor .'l.cj- of the Orange, Alexan- Railroad, at the nest the stockholders. est.— Twenty-eight persons ro. and Greene counties, em n, womenilindchildren, pass i Lynchburg one day lust he way to Missouri, where 11 settling. ,w. -it has been legally tie itß-ilng a kiss it not proper provided it is put back In place. In this case not on- S law and lasv justice, but it | k'lisnnt all.nt-to take—thai is ! it) back. c. a man dug up a peti-tHcd rt, recently.- lie could find v in Winchester, and wit'i r very far, either. I lin above from the Winches- I ...

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. — 19 November 1869

1 love to rove in ths shady glove, - Where gentle *e__y* are fl Kiting; i love to sit al tn* fsdal boat-, Where buckwheat oaks* arc sntoktng, I love to gaze at the golden blase, Where Sol flic west la adorning: But this I love far better limn all— To lie u-boil In the morning. That poets should stng-of the Joys of spring is not in the least snrprisln .; But I can't SOB—-V* ssiiy it mnu shoul weave A sonnet to eaily rising. Though Frankilu of old wus a sage, It told, I can't go with him In scorning The bUvsfal S**&*B in the land of dreams- When lying s-hsd in the morning. I love to lie when the sunbeams shy Coxae peeping through the curtain*; When phantom* bright regal* the sight With visions of coffee and inuillus; When the bird's loud thrill from thu dii taut hill The chorus of nature is Joining— If there's ought belosv can banish woe, 'Tis lying abed in the morning. Let those who choose retire to snooze When the ducks ami chickens nre goln; And rub their i yes when forced to r...

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