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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 26 November 1869

Tep.bs of AiivsMTistNa. —Tlte follo'.vlng mm nut term* of Advertising, which will, Lv no .Instance, be departed from: dim square, (W lines or less,) Ist insrt'n. Si 00 Hack snbseqent ins-trtlon,,.. 0 ot) On&sqpi-* EJ month* 13 00 Onesqa ir* (i mont.li-), - 8 °"i tin* sq-ni-e S months, ......... 500 Base—ess Cor.is, vi on.i year,.... -.. 12 00 ■Pwosfin.'.res, 12 month* 20 00 TflW* sqi—re* 13 mout ha, - 25 00 Quarter column. 12 months, lv 00 Half ooliimri, I'l months, 10 00 One column, 12 months, 125 CO *_» Advertisements for a less I'm* than three monihs will he charged fori 11 is usu al rates—on* dollar persqua re fori ho.lrs t In sertion, and fifty cuis for each subsequent Insertion. tCT.Tho number of Insertions must lie mark ed on tb* manuscript, or the advertisement will be continued until forbid ivnd charged for accordingly. I*-*--!.'- J- ' ■rotrc-c Is pliant nnd eln.il in. and enttrety free from the st illness found in no many Pianos. In •Tt«rc>_*A"_»*:_!^.A-3W , a«is:i3...

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. — 26 November 1869

fIDA-f 21 St* SPAPItiI LAWS. ""^^ rustui—lera ane roqalred to give notice by letter triK.l a subscriber does not take his pt per fi-om .heoffi.ce: und give the reason lor its no., being taken. Neglecting to do so mm lot* ■ poullU—tor respoiisibleto tbe uuo _»aer I jr the payment. • -*"/. Person vvtvo takes v paper regularly rr.,m the pustomcu, whether tw mis siibs.-rib stl or not, is resuousiblu for the piiyinent of lh*) subscription. ||A person ordering his paper discontinued mint pay all arrearages, or the publisher may sontlnue to Mud it until payment Is made, nml collect tiie whole amount, whether It is takrn from the otliceoi not The uourts have decided that refusing lo —Re,a paper and periodical from the post oUlce, or removing and leaving them uncall ed tor ll prima lacte evitleace of Iniuutluuui mud ■ I .-_-- .. IMaiOEATION-CO-OPEBATIOM. 'In the Enquirer nnd Examiner o. la-t Saturday, we find ideas so exactly In accordance with our own that w e place them in the editorial co...

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. — 26 November 1869

"MeOBARGE ('. llfff. S> EIDAV ■Q—B—'<t,::-:NOVKMCI*It &',.—•". TWlN3.—Het'ciul acule BBS— have oc eat—*l in Orange within thelatt month, Bt— aii rpidemlfl is feitred. PsTri—sttrT.—Au interior county of New York realist— this year I3OOJMO from ttis sale of peppermint. Can't we ratio peppermint In Virgin's 1 Impmivfbkn'is.--Tim old pulpit In St. Thomst' eluiichjiti this village u n % been replaced by a modern reading desk and other improvements, rrhlcli sdd immensely to lueapp.-aiuucc ot the Interior. Sold.—Br. w*iu, Henry Chapman of this place told last week hit house rid . Joining Jar*. Fry's to Miss Belch for |2.*)09. Mr. C., will proceed at one to build on his vacant lot opposite ths de pot, Colt Ci.i'i, — Head the account In nil other column of tiie (Jppervillo Colt Club, which we take from the Warren ton Index, Why can't we have such a cl.ib In this county ? What lis* become of the Uordonsvlll* Horse Fair. WiTEtt.--Limestone water is jro»xl- vouui-t.witu uothtngalH fro...

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. — 26 November 1869

I WILL HOT B3 WITH YO. LONG. Mother, piiiou in rut the window, I,et me sec tn ■ morning sun, Fur I'm dying, mother, dying, Br* my life h ith yet ; Plate in ■ whsrs tin- bLr la are slnglDg. Lst me lie ir again tbolr song ; Mother. I slnvll soon be yonder ! I will not be with you lone, Angels now art- round uic singing ; Mother, hear you not their song? k- Bee them all around me singing— 1 will not La with you long. Mother, press mo to your bosun, Shield n_ from the world's alarm.; You bat— bo n s constant lover— 'Round your daughter fold your arm For I nm so weak and weary, I who once was guy and strong ; Dearest mother, dray/ thee near me. For I will not be with you long. Oh! how well f now remember— Dry thy tear., oh do not weep I When you oaed to teach your daughter "How I lay me down to sleep." Otra*and kiss me, dearest mother. Pardon every girlish Wrong, Ere thi' turf my form shall cover Profanity; Darning stockings. A lland-to-lland Affair—Alar-I —-Sure way to stop woman's mout...

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 December 1869

ey Tiagby ex stoker. Tbrms or ADVEHiiriisc —The following are our terms of Advertising, which will, m no 1 .nuance, be departed from: One square, (ID 1 toes or l«ss,) Ist InsrVu. »1 uO Bach srfbscqent Insertion, 0 ,'iii (mC liiiii-'.io I'J uiwiiths, 12 00 i mat square 6 months,.,... t.nu square ft nioiil 8i,...— " ("I Business Curds, ID cna ..oar, 12 00 Ttwii SSfBBB! s, 111 months vi. 00 Three sßUiireH \2 months, Quart** column, i_: montlia W M HrtH column. ID montha.'SMß! JO 00 On«-olniiin, 12 months, IIS 00 BB* Advertisement* for a less lime than three months will Beshargt'd (prat tlie usu al nites—one dollar per square for tbeilrsi in sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. ga.Thonuinl.cr of Insertion" must lii'mmk ed on tbe manuscript, or the advertisement will beeoiitlniied until forbid and charged ler aeoordiugly. combines great power, sweetness and fine j tonatlon, and evenness throughout (hem- ; Mrs scale. Their TOUCH Is pliant and elastic, and entirely free ...

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 December 1869

FBTDAT _-OR_NT_if<_h.-:i:DE('FMBrR 3 ISM IBWsriPEn LAWS. IftoetmasJeia ~„• required to give rutloe by ~™ 7 ta .l subscriber does not tuke his W per from tiie office; and give the reason ior its not being taken. Ne«)ectlii K to do ho •Macs tpoeimastorrespouslbletotheuub *a«ier lor ihe payment. "•Any person who takes a paper regularly npm the postotllce, whetlier hwhas subserlb- Th_,°l, n . ot ' V 1 ,'* s Pouslble for the payment of the subscription. tH^.?* rTOn „ ordcrln,l! hf'Pnper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or the publisher ma v eonttuue to send it until payment Is nude, and collect the whole amount, whether It is taken n-om the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take.a paper and periodical from the post otllce, or removing and leaving them iincnli *£ 'or I*prima facie evidence of intentional AHNOUNCI-HKNT— BEMOVAL OF THIS FAFEB, Hereafter the Native Vikginun will be published in Gordonsville. Pre**, type and fixtures will be moved there without d...

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. — 3 December 1869

FKIDAIT .'I.IWId. I GOAL HEWS. tut Fr.tnvr.i.-Kffii-Ro urvCHIftMHtTES- • vii.i.k R. 11. will, we hear, be completed I to this j.l.'k* by July, lr*7(J. Glortom new?. , Nirw liiVBKTMSBS. — Relore lotfg we hope to relate the particular* of two very important invention* which hive been made by a citizim of Orange, and for which patents v ill Shortly be issued. Ladol-rLeavinu.—On Saturday last, Mr. Robcct Smitli of this plaoe left for bcliiia, Ala., with «omc thirty hands. He had already rent twenty or more. A number ot young White BIOU went with him. Coi,. Ciiiiti.iis .MoNcnti:.— We are as wired t_iat the movement iv favor of tins gentleman for th* Presidency of tlie 0., A. & M. Railroad is a serious one, md that he wili have tlie vote of tho iitate Proxies. Excellent Work.—Mr. Ricl-etts of this place lias been complimented by orders for Saddles and Harness from Baltimore and Itiehmond. This is but the beginning we hope .if a widely ex tended trade, for our friend "Billy"' is a good...

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 December 1869

With hasty step as we tread our way through This ln'rieute world as other folks do. May we ever on our Journey be fcble, to view The benevolent face of a doliar or two. For an excellent thing Is a dollar two; No friund hall su true as a dollar or two; Through country and town, us you post, up and down, No pesspOrt so good as a dollar or two. Would you read yourself out of the bache lor cruw, And the hand of a jeniale divinity sue, You must always bu ready tin- huiidsouie to do, Although It should cost yon_> dollar or t m •. Love's arrows are tipped with a dollar or two, And the sAottona are reached with a dol lar or two. The best aid you can meet lv advancing your suit Is tho benevolent fucu of a dollar or two. Would you wish your existence with faith to imbue, To enroll yourself among tin sanctified few, To enjoy a good name and a well-cushion ed pew You must freely come down wiih a dollar or two. And salvation ts readied by a dollar or two. You may sin some nl limes, but thu wo...

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. — 17 December 1869

TBKMS of A " . -The following arftoiii- term* of Advertising, which will, iv no instance, I,.;departed from: one square, I-- ..> Ist insrt'n, • I c i En.'!, Mit.se,,,.uf Insertion 0 60 .me square 1 1 months, 12 iki ■ m«square a in-umis, i ni" square 3 month* ■In-.in.-ss Cards. \2 one y il'. I' ii si|u:u-es, \2 inontlis i'ai'er nqnares \i mint bs, Ouarter column. 12 months Ml iki llnlf column. 12 months .a DO One column, \i month i, , ~,, SB" i.lvertisenii .its fur a less time than three months will be ohm-god Strut the unit* nl rates—one dol'iir per so. nol ■■,- • ■ > ~,_ eertlon, and flfty cents for eucli up. insertion. SS-Tl.e number of in-, i-ri,in eaon the manuscript, or the Pinunl will becontlnncl until forb for niforiliiigly. they ore unexoetled, using none l.ul the very bCHt seasoned material, the large en pi ml em ployed In our business enabling us lo keep continually an Immense slock of lumber, etc., on hand. Atl our Sipiare Pianos bave our New lui braved Overstrung 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. — 17 December 1869

r~ _-_ ft—_DAY MOHNIWOsriULCKMBI-K 17, ISO* HS-CrgPAPKR LAW'S. Postman ten) use required to give nctiec by letter wbtu v subscriber does not take his psper from the olllce; and give, the isaaon lor Its not, being taken. Neglecting to do so nettee ipoelinastcrresponsibleto thepnh ___sher !.,r the payment. Any persoii who takes a paper regularly from the postotilce, whether in. has subeci lt_ ed or not, is responsible for the payment ol the subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or i he publisher may eontlnue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether il is taken from (lie olllce or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take.v paper and period ien l (Tom the post ages, or removing and leaving them uncall ed for Is prima facie evidence of intentional raud LITEST NEWS. Gold is a little lower, 121 igiuia will probably be admitted to day.—Hc publican Executive Committee of Va. have i»sued a call loosing to the a...

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. — 17 December 1869

'•'Vl"«l niWH.II.M-I.lllll'Ari.VllrirjlV J., l-Mjll, LOCAL NEWS. A\r on who wni ts an excellent dou ble-barrel breech-loading gun fit n very reasonable price, should call at this oi- Hee. Cocntv Ji'DUK.— Messrs. H.W. Bcbtl and Win. (I. Williams are candidates for this ofliee in Orange, The contest will he close. Crbat Tiikathiiai, BXCITUIBKY niusi be going on North of Ul, judging lioin the stock companies which pass here daily. Nkw Auvi.ici iskmin-is. —We a.-k the special ntlcntionof our readers to the advertisements of Messrs, Kneed, H trtt and Bear which appear in to-duys im pression. • I Stamps. — Mr. Hen Ing, ih- pnettnaster at -Madison Hitn, is prepared to furnish stamped envelopes slid one, t.vo aud turee cent Stamps to all who desire then). Sah Arrsißiß Ciiari.ottksvii.i.k,--Mr, Ocorge. Ayre of Loudon, shot and kill ed Dr. Oliver at Mr. Brown's (id* fath er In law) yert.rd.iy morning about 7 o'clock—cause reduction of Ayre'* daughter by Dr. Oliver. A First Ci.axs Koai. to Ihe...

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. — 17 December 1869

(.'nine, look ut the dainty darling! As fresh a. » new blown rose: From the top of bis head so golden, To tin- dear littlejroitlses toes: You enii tell by the dancing dimples, lly the smiles Hint come anil go, He is keeping n wond-dil secret You'd give half your kingdom lo km.v. Now kiss him i.i. cheek a nl forehead, And kiss him on Up and chin; The tittle red mouth's hiding Th* rarest of pearl, within. Ah, leal when Ihe lips in smiling Have parted their tender red ; Do you sue I in- liny whit, jewel, Bet duep in its coral bed? Now Where are :!:>.- sage reporters, Who wait by in,inlet and hill, To tell tbe listening nation The news of Its good or ill? Come weave Willi your idle gossip 1 This golden blossom of truth— Just half a year old tins momin'j, etna mw tittle pearly tvuih ! —— 111. veiiniiJJ .littll —,1 *-,-lllcl. Tie lowest cla»» of society— Dwarf*. Tho piece festival—A quilting psi li. A romance of the middle age — An old maid's Jove letter. Burying peopls before they sro...

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 December 1869

Trrms of Ai>vr,iuisiNo.—Tha following I i\r* our terms of Advertising, which will, In no Instance, be departed from: Cms sqiißro, (Ui I. hes or less.) Ist tnsrt'n. 81 OO Each sutoeaent Insertion, *» 50 one square ll months, 1200 •One square S months,..., v R 00 On** square 3 months * r > .nt Business ranis. 13 one year,.. 18 M Two squares, 12 months, 30 00 Three squares 12 months, 85 00 Quarter column, 12 months, 40 00 Half column.l 2 months, - 70 00 OnecoUimn, 12 months 125 00 VkV \flverttpemnnti-j for a Lew time thai) three mouths will be charged ior at the usu al rate***-one dollar per square for the flrsi in sertion, ami nifty cents for each subsequent Insuit lon. number of Insertions must he mark ed on the manuscript, or the advertisement will be continued mull forbid and charged enm ,, ln ,". great power, sweet ner*. nnd (Inf. rommni •>,-. • n s „,.,,„, purity ofln slng Ingl.uu ,) .',', l eu ; es , tfionglmot tlieen tonatlon, and «. tlre.calc. Their *t*m-*m l.pllant 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. — 24 December 1869

**P AY MOBirTNOtciDECEMBER '11, 1889 SBWIPAPER LAWS. are required to give mrfice by WVS. X a » l,b *<-rlbcr does not take his iVo^E?.^.! 116 """"I and give the reason B» lte not, being taken. Neglecting to do so 1 "". f poatmastor re.pon.lbleto the pub smtier for ihe payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly rrjnn tho postofltce, whether he ha. .übscrib ed or not, Is responsible for the payment of tne subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued miint pay all arrearages, or the publishermav eontiiiuu to send It ontU payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it Is taken from the olilco or not. The courts have deelded that refusing to takc.tt paper and periodical from Ihe pGst offlce, or removing and leaving them uncall raud n, " a " ll ' e uvU,ence of Intentional TO SOBSCBIBEBB- I Kemombcr the year began on the loth of last November. Not one in ten has paid, and yet you know our terms sre "invajiably In advance." We ask you as friends and honest gentle...

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 December 1869

Wanted at t.iis Ol in i:.- A good *e cond hand double bed nnd btdstsad, nl i Girr. us tlie county news all around, i Pour ft into us; bring it in, sling it in ; any way so we get it iv. Madison Bin.—Did lie ? But when did he run. where did lie ntn, and what j did he run lor? A G Ej.Ti_.EUAK just from .Stanardtville fiys the hotel there is tlie best, without exception, in tlie United States. Wcoii.-Oh-h-h-h! ! wood! We want some wood ! Want some wood — sonic a ood— wood ! Take it ou*. in sub scription. Two Sforts.mi.n iroin Philadelphia have been spending tho past wsok in Gor donsville, snd have been Tery success ful in bird-bunting. Al*. Ront. Smiiu, vho left Orange L Infc weeks ago with colorod bands to work on tbe Selu.a road, lias not been Heard from since his departure. Graffs.—A large grape-grower in ibis vicinity was cetnpletely cornered last year by the carl 1 , liper.iiig of his grapes. A fine augury for, the luture. A BranißUra Nbubbb of cettage* sre i springing up near Mad...

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 December 1869

fVof IrnL Everything depends upon the way one learns to repeat these verses;to tho baby gutting the action to the word, and substi tuting "her" for "bis" whou elrciimstutices require It. __!. B.—Grnmmatleol and common-sense peoplencc.l not apply.—H. S. Whoool whooo! where's the baby? Wbooo! whoool wl.irly where; Whooo! whoool whirly curly— Whirl'! whiff! blow her hair? Whooo! whooo! Where's her cyes-e.7 Whooo! whooo! birdie bright : Whooo! WfeOOOl bluesy-doosey— Whiti"! whiff! shut em tightT Whoool whooo .'where's her nosey 7 Whooo! whooo! whlrly-whe./•■; Whooo! whooo! shaky-waky— Whiff! whiff! make her sneeze? W'hsoo! whooo! Where's her eais-es? Whooo! whooo! whisper wlmfl; Whooo! whooo! lilty-curly— Whiff! whiff! make her laugh 7 Whooo! whooo I Where's her footsies? Whooo! whooo! whlrly-blow; Whooo! whooo! rosy-posy— nsr st s rsilwsy rsslaurant. When ii * good tune relished ? — When it's oppoi-tnne. What society sfter all but a mixture ot uiister-ies and miss-enes'! 1 Matrimony is...

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. — 7 January 1870

1-H iliw.iii iv - ojf M'viru'' isms. -TV;, following .re our terms of A Ivertl n*i la.Uvue.., bo departed from: One square, (10 lines ot less,) Ist In.rt'n. Sl oi) Kach subseqent Insertion, 0 ») Onesquareli monlns 1-*> Unesquoi. 8 months, 8 (X Ones qnuro 8 month* - * '*> tm.liieas Cards. 12 one year U on Two squares, 12 months 20 uo Three squares 12months 9 TO tmrirler colmtm, 12 months, 40 00 jtelf column,l2 months Jg W ,**.•■ column, 12ini>iitlis l-o uo _r*-Advertisements for a le.. time Ulan three months will becharged fornt the usu u l ~„(,.s—one dollar per square fort be first in sertion, and flfty cents for each subeeiiuent ln.erllon. *»_The number of Insertions must be mark ed un the manuscript, or the advertisement will Ie continued until forbid and charged for accordingly. Urtwltimove _/.ii*il._! TO-P**"*-*"** Mimoinra groat power, sweetnosi .Inalnglquulitv, ns well ns gnat pn'i' • toiiotloti, und evenness throughout Ibe SU* tlreseale. Their TOTTOEC I, pliant nnd 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. — 7 January 1870

FRIDAY MORRfIHQsi;::::JANUARY 7, 1870 1-SS.WgPAI __l I.AW 8. el—aalem are required to give nutloe by rr wlma a subscriber doe. not take tils ar from the offlce; and give the reason te not. being taken. Neglecting to do su .CM ( poslaiastor responsible lo the pub sr tor the payment. iy person who take, a paper regularly i the postofflce, whether he ha. subserib r not, Is responsible for the payment oj lubscriptlou. person ordering his paper discontinued I pay all arreuruKes, or the publisher may lime to send 11 until payment 1. mude collect the whole amount, whether It li ,n from the offlce or not. ** c courts have decided that refusing tl ',a paper nnd periodical from the post c, or removing and leaving them uncoil >r I. prune: facte evidence of 1 .tentlonu UAPrv NEW YKAR I "All things move; The Bun flies forward to bis brother Bun; Tho dark Earth follows wheeled In her el lipse; And human thing, returning on themselves Move onward, leading up the golden year." ' When wealth no m...

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. — 7 January 1870

IUORIKi ilul.Al.M;,:: «;:J \.\'f \t:v t, l t„. lccal m,i. ant Annocn.'iihkxt.— The earth winter-view ed by tlie SU - '!. tiVbrari-KH fur sale at tliio olliei: jidan.—Mr. Phil Jones, Jr.. i house during Christina* v. . '■ i was iiiiicli gi*> ety all around vi: liFAitti the ci.ninigrr.-l i(d -- Whig highly complimented tints of our town. c, sorc-ey.'.s and h.-ibies are the | epidemics in Orange at thij res is going toniako our olllce haiidsomnst country offices in lias got tlie means, and, what He has g. t the heart. Iks axd D|_aths.—Send v*. ll the marriage.! and death* ■in Orange, Lnuiia. Greene son; and any other local news ;p.r .vii.n.i- Train :o he put on from Baltimore to Ric'iinon! nsville, will add gnat.y toils opulsrity. M. Cakson's tir»t sermon in g last, Sunday i* highly coin by the Virginian. .Mr. C. is * to O.ango. .NNOI'K lOIS-TY bflS produced •uses ol bankruptcy ; which 11 ior "old Rap." Speaker , tier live* there, vn.i.s being fie point of dis- I the mails ot bo man...

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. — 7 January 1870

¥. _-_.__>„ __.__,., . „ j_,d __, J-kaOBIK. Tiie maple trees are tinged with ma. The birch with golden yellow -, And high above tho orchard wall Rang apple, rich and mellow; And that's the way, through yonder lane Tuot looks vi still and grassy— The way I took one Sunday eve. When was a lassie. You'd hardly think that, patient face. That look, so thin and faded, Was once the very sweetest ono That bonnet ever .boded. But when I went through yonder lone That look, so still and grassy, Those'eyes were bright, those oheek. were fair, When Mary was a lassie. But many a tender sorrow, And many a patient care. Have mode these furrow, on the face, That used to be so fair. Fonr times lv yonder churchyard. Through the lane so still and grassy. We've borne and laid away our dead, Hlnoo Mary was a lassie. And so you son I've grown to love Tho wrinkle, more tbau roses; Earth's winter flower, are sweeter far Than all spring's dewy posies; They'll carry us through yonder lane That looks bo sti...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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