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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 24 January 1868

a-- - ■ J ■■ ■ . ' -• -■- BuHTIX IV KTJIH3 ar a. j. Bsauißß. Qrlm fortress by the deep I defiant still. From dust and ruin, and mot* psoadty ours Than when the sss birds Si sat, with aaasly thrill. In the long crash of thy *lstoflws* towers: Wrecked, but more r—State 4tm Iss—lartsl will Thy last sad cidef sf powara. I sit amid thy fragnsents, and I Sear The sobbing billows, la thy tempest's breath, Surge Into tone* articulate, cad dcrtam What the dut't c, ..n salth— Queen lln thine aatjalsh, bsofs Mpnnssly fair, And might lor than death! I sit and dt**rfr\ and hV»r the breakers say, That thou, whose slatah-s v'-jUs. tort ctpied The swarmli'g foe, tad halchiag beared his way, Should, in thy a*ke« rbbed aad aastetißed, Rise, ilka a i.'glng Pythoneas, to display How dawn c._ui b* dsstftad. For thou art now s symbol and s sign "Of that which Slay bsl rt*ryv<Us : va/ roll O'er fields and clfT..i, sw*e_rlag met end shrine. And from thli > jeny irtjy a '\..'dea bowl" ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 31 January 1868

(p h t Jl a 1i h* U i r g i it i a ii. BY BAGIIY A BTOFKR. TititMSOf Advertising.—Th* following n>e cur terms of Advertising, which will, in no Instance, be departed from: Oue square, (10 Unas or less,] Ist Inscri'n, <M oo Kueh subsequent insertion, o o One square \2 months ]_MX) cinesquuro omonths, sue one square :i mouths ft* UuHlness Cards, one year lotm Two squares, 1-J iunlit lis, 21' OO Three Minnies, 12 Immilis, 'Jo no uiuii'ter oolomn, 12 months ICO Half column, 12 months, _ ",« U I One column, 12 mouths, 120 (XI «*-Advertisements tat a less time than three months will be charged for SI the usual rates—one dollarpersauarsfor I he first insertion, and llfty cents lor each subsequent Insertion. S?!-The number of insertions in ".rd be marked on the manuscript, o. the advertisement will bu continued until forbid and chanted tor nocordi-igly. .Stiutimoit darbs. __LOAmIS,SIrVCIL.I_TO?V &, BUCK, imi-OUTEItS AM) JOllllKl'.S Ot fBIXA, GLASS A\D QIEEX...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 31 January 1868

%c mtiw f irtjinwtt. wwOKiNliE C. Hi~~ FMDAV MOBNING.;..;r,IANUARY 31 1868AGEHTS FOR THE NATIVE VIRGINIAN Peyton A Starke and W. H. Ryan. Esq. Baltimore, Md. J. Wall Turner, Richmond, Va. Hooe A Wedderburn and T. T. Beckham, Alexandria, Vs. I .allium Brothers, Lynchburg, Va. .Prof. li. I.cc Blanton, Gordonsvllle, Vs. Ma|. A. M. Gurber, Staunton, Va. Capt. 0L C. Wertenbaker, Charlottesville. Dr. K. M. McMurran, Culpeper 0L H., Va. General Terry, Liberty, Va. Mathews A Psulett, Wytheville, Va. Capt. W. Gordon McCabe, Petersburg, Va Jamea Barron Hope, Esq, Norfolk Va. r. B. Preatis, Esq, Sun"..lk, Va. Geo. Batchy, Ksq, Tappahnnnock, Va. A. A. Little, Esq, Fredericksburg, Va. Maj. B. P. Noland, Middleburg, Va. Arthur Stephens, Esq., Stanartlsville, Va. Thomas P. Wallace, Esq., Madison C. H, I*■ i " OUR PAFEH ITS AW, We have heretofore stated that our main, and necessarily our first object, la to solve the Important problem, whether it be possible for a literary man in the South to make ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 31 January 1868

tfhc 2Utivc firgtouw. £*? OR ANUS ('. II: *%_ J-RIDAY MORNING,:::::JANUARY 31,1888. LOCAL HEWS. Conservative Oruamzation. — Read the proceedings of the Public Meeting, in another column. Ochre.— Capt. Brown has shown us a specimen of ochre of very superior quality from the county of Fauquier, where It is found In great abundance. Cobn—Since the system of cash purchases for corn was adopted here, large quantities have come in; some of It from points considerably beyond Madison Court House. Novel Enterprise.—We learn that a distinguished clergyman intends to establish at Oreaue C. U. an Academy for the education of Editors. His prospectus may be looked for at an early day in the columns of this paper. Sale or a Farm. —Rev. Dr. Handy has purchased the mountain farm of H0i.1.1 no 11 ax am., Esq., adjoining the estate of James P. Scott, Esq., near (lordonsvllle. The price was, as we learn |6,500 for 450 acres. "ArielV real nam* Is stld to be McMahon. His mother we were told, was a Miss H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 31 January 1868

tata* :ft „ _^_,— SAMBO'S SOLILOQUY. Oor Amity 1 what's got wrong, Away up in Boston 1 Is nlgger-surrrngo not de song Away up In Boston? Now, Mass Radical he's dead. All de Democrats am glad, An' I, myself, feels mighty bad, About de news from Boston, New York clean gone!—well I'll swear, Whar, Ota, whar's our party? Forty thousand—l'll declare, Goodness, whar's our party? .Mass Hunnloult, he told us all Dat glorious news we'd hear dls Fall, De 'Sei'vative* war 'gin de wall, But now, how bout our party? Now dar's New Jersy's followed suit, She's gone agin us too, An' Maryland, down dar, to bootShe's Democratic efor through. An' den, Jest think, not long ugo, Pennsylvany an' O-hl-o Hay niggers can't vote dar—oh, not I tell you things look blue. Wonder what'H to 'como ob us, In all dls yer 'ruction, All do news gits wus an' wuss, We's goln' to destruction. We did voto here de odor day, An' carried do 'lection our own way, But dat was force work, an' white folk* say Dey'll see bout rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 7 February 1868

<f |j t Halihe 0 irq in i an. ,|.|, BY BAUBr A WTOKKH. TaKMSof APVBRtini no.—Th*following are »ur lenns of Advertising, which will. 111 no losnniee, be deiiarte.l from : One square, (10 llnm.rleSK.j Ist lnsert'n SI 00 t-m-li subsequent Insertion, q -^ tine M|imrc l'J mini He p, On* square " months, xdf, tine square S mouths _ " jqq lUisincMiCurds, oneyoar, jafO Two square*, 12 mouth* !".'..'."'. t»n rjo Three square*, IJ mouths V,OU uiiurier column, is months,...! «ioo Malfooliimn, 12 month* 7IIOU Onecolllll.li IU nUHlths, '..'....., ".jsS) SarAdvertiscineiil* for a less time than three mouths will he charged lor at the u«u • I mles—one dollar perßuuar* for the lirst In •orTlun, and Ilfty ccul* for each subseuuen Insertion. * *n-Tlieniimberoflnsertlon«iou»tbeniKrk •don IhenmniiHcrlpt, o. the adv.-rtlseinen will ho cuntlmuHl until forbid mid oiinrm-i for accordingly. » L ■! ■ 1 ... UaitiiMort farbi. ilHfll.vlM.llitn Jt, m < li. CmroßTEas AND JOIIIIEILS OF «HI\A,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 7 February 1868

■ 1' ' — ~~«ORANUE C. H!~~ ] fill DA If MORNIN(.'S;;;KEBBITAUY 7. IS*. AOENTS FOR THE N ATIVE TIKOINIAN. \ Peyton A Starke au<T W. H. Itjun. Esq. . llnlllinore. Md. J. Wall Turner, Richmond, Va. ' Hooe A WcdUcrburu and T. T. Beckham, < Alexanilrln, Vn. I Lntliiiin brothers, Lynchburg, Va. , I'rof. X, Lee lUnnton, lioriloiinviile, Va. MoJ> A. M. (birber, Staunton, Vu. I'npt. t\ C. Werteubuker, Charlottesville. ' Dr. K. M. KcMarma, Culpeper c. IL, Vu. 1 General Terry, Liberty, Va- I Mathews* Paulett, Wythcvillo, Vn. . rapt. W. Gordon Mcdibc, Petersburg, Va -lumen Barron Hope, ___B% Norfolk Vn. T. B. Prentis, B*q, Suffolk, Va. ' <ieo. Bogby, Vju\, Tappnhnnnock, Va. I A. A. Little, Esq, Fredericksburg, Vu. ( MnJ. 1. P. Nolnnd, Mlddleburg, Vn. Arthur Stephana, Ksq., staiiurdsvllle, Va. Thomas I>. Wallace, Esq., Madison C. 11, ' 10 PROPERTY HOLDERS. < The prosperity of this town of Orange depends hi a great measure upon its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 7 February 1868

She itativc -Vfrjjiman. &*_■ ORAMJfe C. liffft) FRIDAY MGRNING,::::FEHRfARY 7, IsfiS m _■___■ ,— LDOAL HBTf.i Isltn.uwAY dead? When did be die, and where have they laid him? >Vmi in the world is th.it that has broke loose in ilalics in the local eoluiiiu ofthe Lynchburg Virginian? "Dtrm Ilai.wN," the "Itouiidabout tiossip" man of Southern Society, and the "Sodom Salt" man oi the Southern Home Journal, is Doom Dkl.kos. Oilman, of the Whig, lias had another historical dream-this time from citing kpple dumplings. People hercahouts Wre highly tickled by said dream. I'isiiKß, tiik Ahtist.— The dear old iellow popped in upon us most unexpectedly one night last week. We were so surprised and delighted that 'ye did not let go the hem of his garirieht until the train hore him away.— He is getting m, much as he can do in l..Tii*ihtirg. Of course. Eoulestok, ofthe Mobile Tribune, Is a new lorcc in the land—a second Sir Calahad. "his strength is tl the strength often," an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 7 February 1868

poetical _ KISSES. UuJnnk y Val.-an I Venus tricked blrn ; A Fashion with the li.l-.-s this Is. IS not ■ miss; but I'm it victim T* * whole host of wicked missel. Miss Fit ispplle.l my boots Slid emits, Awd rain Is all my indignation; *1>- cosh book and my ii.ld and notes AM managed by Miss Calculation. Ml»s Tuke has played me many a Irlelt, Ml** Rpsll will always wrlle my letters; Mi** Trust duollnes to glye me tick; Mia* Manago lets off all my debtors. Mis* l'rint is wont to spell say rhyme— A very wicked habit is hers; And 1/ thej o.oo*o me nay time, Miss Quote's the girl to use the scissors. ■When Chrlstmns bumpers overflow And bells ring loud from uinuy it minister, 1 can't get near to Miss I. To, have With some very ancient spinster. ■W*U, easy 'lis dowa bill to glide, And vain the Pares* to importunej 80 I*l iim wed my boimy bride— A uharniing slitK .lie is—Miss Foiiune. Why Mn.y weight dishonest t Because it ha. uokeruples. Wheo it a Ilea like a locomotive ? Wluu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 14 February 1868

C t| t # a t i r t V i r ; i n i an. • BY BAUHT * KTOFER. TitßMSaf A nvxM-risiKu.—The following are •ur terras *f Advertising, which will, lv ac Instance, t>* departed from : On* square, (10 line* or le**,) let liisrrt'n.Jl 00 Each subsequent lnscrtloa, 0 50 line square lit mouths 1200 On* square S month* s.OO One square 8 inotuiy. ."'".' 509 Business Cards, one year 10 00 Two square*, i_> month* aono Th re* squares, hi mouth* 36(10 Quarter column, I'J uionthi .... 40 r* Halfoolumn, 12 months ' 70 __, One column. 11l month*. , ..'"..125 00 <•- Advertisements for a less time than three months will be charged for at the usual rules—one dollar persuuiire/ur the lirst insertion, aud flfty ceut* for each subsequent Insertion. ■ «*VTb* nnrnber of Insert lons m ust lie marked *n the manuscript o. the advertisement will b* continued until forbid ami chanted for accordingly. .. . JMimort Carbs. »«. R. JIIJIfS. IE Visa A. BUCK. ADAMS A DICK, .mt'OHTrus A!*D jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 14 February 1868

Uatw §irgiman. ~0 RANGE V. Hi~*~ frldaV MftßVffrtrtt.ni'—ll ■ ■ i_ i». is** AGENTS POB THE NATIVE VIBOIMIANPeyton A Starker and W. 11. Ryan. Esq. Baltimore, Md. J. Wall Turner, Richmond, Vs. Vooo A Wedderburn and T. T. Beckham, Alexandria, Va. Latham Brothers, Lynchburg, Va. l*A>f. E. Lee Blauton, Gordonsvllle, Va. MaJ. A. M. Gsrber, Staunton, Va. ("apt. C. C. Wertenbnker, Charlottesville. Dr. K. M. McMurran, Culpeper C. H., Va. Ueaaral Terry, Liberty, Va. Mathews A Paulett, Wythevllle, Va. Capt. W. Oordou McCabe, Petersburg, Va James Rurron Hope, Esq, Norfolk Va. P. B. Preatls, K*q, Suffolk, Va. Oeo. Ragby, Esq, Tappahsnnoek, Va. A. A. Utile, Esq, Fredericksburg, Vu. MaJ. B. P. Nolaml, Mlddleburg, Va. • Arthur Stephen*, Esq., Htanardsvllle, Va. Tliossa* P. Wallace, Madison C. H. Est]., THI JFRIHO AND OOUBD SYSTEM. Below will bo found an extract from a letter which we have recently received. It is written In the vein which Virginians love, and will be read by them with pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 14 February 1868

iht gative %irfliniait. SA) OBANiiE C. II: t«_ FHIDAY MORNINO,::KIHRUARY 14, IS6B. LOCAL NEWS. Taa AruiAt'Tioxs ok Obik«i«.—W> are (lad to announce to our renders thst we bare been promised a series of artiwlas on the toil, climate, scenery, society and other attractions ef Orange.— Also, another series ou the agricultural advantages of the whole ricdinout eotintry. Each series will be written by gentlemen of high attaiuaienti and of practical experience. I. ani is' OißKin.—The ladies of the Baptist Church in this place intend having a Dinner and Oyster Supper n February Court-day. it will be gotten up in the style for which our orange ladies are famous. The bill ol fare will embrace all the delicacies of the season, and everything will be served In the best manner. As the dinner Is for the benefit of a Church which iiontains some of our best citizens, we are very sure that this simple aniiauncsBscut will Insure a large attewdanc* of liberal patrons. DaMoarsT's Moktult.—M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 14 February 1868

TATA, WHAT 18 A MEWSPAPEB, AMD WHAT DOES IT CONTAIN 1 Organs that gentlemen play, my boy, To answer the taate of tbe day, my boy! Whatever It be, Tbey hit on the key, And pipe in full concert away, my boy. News from all countrl** and climes, my boy, Advertisements, essays, and rhymes, my boy, Mixed up with all sorts Or lying reports, And published at regular times, my boy. Articles able and wise, say boy, At least in the editor's eyes, my boy, And logic so grand That few understand To what In the world it applies, my boy. Statistics, reflections, reviews, in; boy, Little scrap* to instrect and amuse, my boy, And lengthy debate Upon matters of State, For wise-headed folks to peruse, my boy. The funds as they were nnd they are my boy, The quibble and quirks of the bar, ssy boy, And every week A clever crltlquo, On some rising theatrical star, my boy. The age of Jupiter's moons, my boy. The stealing of somebody's spoons, my boy, The state of the crops, The style of tiie fops. And the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 February 1868

(fat |«ii'< Virginia*. IT BAeilT A is II IV Ell I js—nnf fi~~ r~~-•'- *»■— '-" '-m — sur lernw ef Advertising;, which will, in no Tnstaßee, lie departed from : Ouo square, (M liaeserlens.) Ist ImeTt'u, $1 on IssbaubaeßßSßt Insertion 0.5(1 OnstKiuar* ilßioiuko. VI m OllltUN « manias X 00 OtiKiwiri Sinoiulm 500 ttuslauns Oaraß, •■« year, _ 10 SO Two iij Mt«, U sunntli* 20 00 Three ea,»are», 12 moultis 25 uo Quarter Aelaiaa. 12 uieiKhs in no flalfnelassa, U months, 70 00 #nseolßasß, U aiontkn 12.100 JSTAdTarliwineatK lor a less time than three Biaßlhs will h« cluirged Est at the usual sates »st stellar per square for the first insarfteß, »bb arty rent* for each snhanjuunl ißserMnn. U»B,Tb« nn intiesef 1 n*rl lans must l«> niark- • ■ the manuscript, pi the advertisement wlllha ■■•Bllnued until forbid und charged Tor aaeordlugly. * allimort ftubs'. yrn. n. adaus. ibtibu a. buck. ADAMS A 111 1 X, UWOHTBHS AND SJSJSSJ or •■IMA, CLASS AM) (JLEEXS.YARE, ano MBbUsssl ik ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 February 1868

j&lu Native ./«ORAMii: Cs H:~~ FRIDAY MORNINO.;;FEBR-UAnY 31. 1888 AGENTS FOR THE NATIVE VIRGINIAN. Peyton A Htarke nu.d W. H. Ryan, Esq. Baltimore, Md. J. Wall Tuiner, Richmond, Va. 11000 A Wodderburn and T. T. Beckham Alexandria, Va. Latham Hrotliers, Lynchburg, Va. I'rof. E. I.cc Ulanton, (Jordonsville, Va. MaJ. A. M. Uarber, Staunton, Va. Gnat, 0. C. Werteubnker, Charlottesville. llr. E. M. M( Murran, Culpeper (.'. 11., Va. General Terr}-, Liberty, Va. Mutbows <1 PKiiletl, Wythevillo, Va. ("apt. XV. Gordon MeCabe, Petersburg, Va James Barron Hope, Esq, Norfolk Va. t*. B. Trentls, Esq, Suffolk, Va. Geo. Bagby, Ksir, Tnppahannock, Va. A.A. Little, Ksi), Fredericksburg, Va. Mai. B. P. Noland, Mldrtlcbui'K, Va. Arthur Stephens, Esq., Stanardsvllle, Va Thomas P. Wallace,)Mndlson I. 11, Esq., JOHNSON AND SHERMAN, The following from frjuj Richmond Dispatch expresses so exactly our own views, that we adopt it in lieu of the editorial which we had Intended to unite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 February 1868

to.gU.tivt <Vivflmian. r'KMIAY MOI:MX'i,-» :lllt|,AI " "' W *- -4ii a _—— —. LOCAL NEWS. CCLrarca <\ ll.—Darkies at the Depot as Lad almost as they used to be at Gordonsvillc. Drar Gumma :~Sbe has come b ick at last, looking more beautiful than ever. You just ought to see her. Gossip.—A -lady at a distance writes that w# must put more gossip of the town iv our paper. We sii.ili begin Yicxt week to tell all the tea-table tall, •of the village und vicinity. 'Cork.—How does it happen that Corn 'commands from five to ten cents more per bushel at OrangeC. 11. than at CulyiepcrC. 11. or Gordonsville r This is no fiction, as our merchants will attest. Thanks.—We return thanks to the 'Committee of the Washington Society for an invitation to their iiitcrnieiliate eelcbratiou, on the night of February 31st. The orator is Mr. Eat Hkmi'btrad, of Arkansas, anil the reader Mr. X. Calvik Williams, of Maryland. AN'tw Sono.—The following song lias been sung here with great appl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 February 1868

A WIHTEB THOUGHT. They were bright and green in Summer, Those naked, leafless trees, They tossed their brunches gaily, To meet the laughing breeze. But the Winter's breath hath blighted Full many a happy thing, Whose lamp of Joy was lighted, At the golden Are of Spring. The Summer leaves have laded, Tho Summer llowers are dead, ▲ud the nooks are dark aad shaded. Where once their breath was shed. Still underneath our footsteps, The grass Is fresh and green, But the verdue once above us, No longer may be seen. We found In life's sweet spring time. Fair blossoms neatli our feet, Thronging in woedrous beauty, Our loving looks to greet. As the years went on, the flowers Took on a richer hue, But they faded far from quickly, Than whou our life was new. There will come another summer, And zephyrs fresh and free. Will kiss the leaves returning To the reft and nuked tree. But for us—we wait the harvest,') And the Angel Reaper's time, Ere hlllß of summer's beauty, Shall rise for us sublime. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 February 1868

C .« $ a lirf 9ir|inian. ST BAOBT A BTOrKB. Tnrarsof Abtertisi-io.— Tliefollewlngnre aur lernrn «f Advertising, wkiloa will, In Be Instance, lie departed from : One square, (lOlim-serlessJ Ist lnsert'n.Bl 00 Kachsubsequent Insertion O.V) Hue square Vi months 12 00 OoeS|iuir« * ißonths 800 One square 8 mouths » 5 00 Business f—rds, one year 10 00 Two squares, 13 months 20 00 Three squares, 12 months **> no Uuarlsr eolsiuu. UmoiKks 40 00 llalfcelußiß. lißioulhs 7000 •as eoIBBSB, 12 months, 135 00 mr Adverliawmeßta for a less time thai ffcree Biaßths will be charged for at the nsu al Bales—sac dollar nersuiiarefor the first in sertion, and fifty ovule for each suliseqnon ißsertion. ast-The nuabeTSflasertlons must be marked en theßianuscrlpt, or the advertlscnieii will be continued until forbid and charged fbr accordingly. ■,■_... —1 ■»■'!'■ L"!-I.i'iaj Hahimoie Curbs. fa, a, adams. ißVma a. beck ADAMS & BUCK, .IBFOKTEBB AND J.lltllßHS OP OHI\Ae GLASS A\D QLEENSWA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 February 1868

««0R AXtl E C. H:~~ FRIDAY MOBNINQ.ttKKBBUARY 23. I*B AGENTS FOB THE NATIVE VIBGINIAN. •BPeyton 4 Btarke and W. H. Ryan, Esq. Baltimore, Md. J. Wall Tuiner, Richmond, Va. Hooo A Wedderburn nnd T. T. Beckham Alexandria, Va. Latham Brothers, Lynchburg, Va. Prof. E. Lee Blanton, Gordonsvlllo, Va. MnJ. A. M. Oarber, Staunton, Va. Onpt. 0. C. Wertenbnker, Charlottesville. Dr. E. M. McMnrran, Culpeper C. H., Va. General Terry, Liberty, Va. Mathews * Paulett, Wythevllle, Va. Capt. W. Gordon McCabe, Petersburg, Va James Barron Hope, Esq, Norfolk Va. _P. B. Pn-ntls, Esq, Suffolk, Va. Geo. Bngby, Esq, Tsppahannock, Va, A. A. little. Esq, Fredericksburg, Va. MeJ. B. P. Nolaud, Middleburg, Va. Arthur Stephens, Esq., Stanardsvlllo, Va Thomas P. Wsllaee. ______■__> O. H, Esq., tbmptebT nr a tsa fot. We have seen two correspondents of leading New York papers give and take the lie In the Reporters Gallery of the House of Representatives, in the most complacent and innocuous manner.— Laßt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 February 1868

cL* ORANGE C. Hit*-® FRIDAY MOBMma.iiFEBRDARY 28, 18*8 LOCAL NEWS. Court Day—ln spite of the very liac weather, there was a large attendant last Monday. Nothing of importance occurred. The negro, Yooxll er, whe was expected to make a speech, was not forthcoming. Lktteb Mihhiko.—A letter, written ten day* ago, to us and containing contributions from, a valued friend and gifted writer, has never reached us.— Whoever opened it, robbed us without benefit ting himself. Moral; never open Editor's letters. Outbaoe.—One night, last week, us a negro girl, named Sarah, was in the act of entering a store in this place, she was strucg violently In the face, a 1111 - Dcr of teeth knocked out and the uppoi Jaw bone crushed. This was done not only without provocation, but without a word being said on elt her side. Beyond the fact that tbe doer of this evil deed was a negro man, nothing li known, not even bis name, for he escaped. Gaiitt at R api pas'.—For some weekf past, the homes of the country ...

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