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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 14 January 1870

I as'imblne. great power, ovieeiness anil nn. ■in dnglquulity, it. well as great pin ily niiu ! v->n„tioi. and evenness throughout tneeii .lie»c._',,'. Their TOTJOH inland elastic, and entirely free froi ~ _esa found in so many Pianos, in I S«tii. •^_.__r._vr-A--*Nr®" t:3c:T - : ' E^ orrc> 'xeelted, ualng *¥>n»J'» imiOT • yv *"*• material, the large e,..vi..i • L- tt re nm. , ngln csi enabling us to 1.. - lisea.one.l -nnieusc stock, of lunibe jyed in out t v™u™ kUnually an I* og h4v «, our New In I on hand. , ftD d the Agrallo tr 111 oar svouiire Plan (red overatruug seal* <, n llon to our la te would call special atl ■ , ... D jrevementslu WGKAr.x> \AND PIANOS and SQU Ah patented August 11, IM. '■»«" |eh bringthe Plnno lieorer perfect* . arß [yet been attained. ~-.-«..„,., |v-erv Plane, fully warranted for fl v c « Ole \V holesale Agency for Carliart A Nee p'« celebrated erlor OrE«n« mi Cluircli Harmoniums. WILLIAM KNAI'.E A CO., No SSO West Baltimore street, .no.«« ...

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. — 14 January 1870

Fill DAT MCfIU_KOii;.-:JANUAItY 11, 1870. -____■■-■-■__--_-: : ,— r~-r"_,_r^. mcWsPAi'int un s. B_gstu____sßn_ arc required to give nc-tlc** by tester wbuo n subscriber doe. not tuke his paper from the offlce; and give the reason Cor It. uo' being taken. .Neglecting to do so makes t postmaster responsible lo the pub lisher lor the pay mint. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the postoffice, whether he has subscrib ed or not, 1. responsible for the payment of the subscript lon. A person ordering bl. paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or ttie pub) isber mny eontlnue to send It until payment is mode, and collect the whole amount, whether it is taken from tbe offlce or not. The court. have decided that refusing to take,a paper nnd periodical from tha post office, or removing and leaving them inicull ed tor i. prima facie evidence of intentional rand SOCIETY IN AND AROUND GORDOHS VIIXE. When Gordonsville appeared to the railroad passenger to consist of a few unhappy hou...

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. — 14 January 1870

rniDA* MOHNINO,::::JAM.AUY 11, 1870. LOCAL HEWST" Tonacco Factory.— We renew our iiggestlon about a factory hurt*. There l really no better opening any where. DlLWiiKTii and Smith's steam mill is mining ROW all day and all night long. I'liey mutt bs making money, I AM. tub liAii.noAi.sara not built yet. One from this point to Burkevlll* Junction is talked of. ToßNrisss.— The board Jof Siipervu ,rs in Jefferson county, W. V»,, litive ipprijpriated $lU,OOO for turnpike roads n contsinplation. Tub Fn.Lir..i nr of the "*" ls bnper iitlvel.y deni-ndcd. A large hotel m (the centre, with a yard full ot shade trees, is oh ths cards for the future. New Pai'EK.—Mr. J as. A. Rohinson of this town litis issued ihe llr.t number of his new paper, Tlie Southern II .me. His purely literary and humorous, Is well gotten up. and deserves patron age* . I.ciiwYoiu Cuisnkts.—The titno Of year of will soon be at hand when eve ry chimney should be carefully burnt. Jast thiuk of a lire on a windy night in 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. — 14 January 1870

My darling is tho sweetest maid That ever lived on marmalade Or wanted wings lo moke her The angel that she ought to be; But then—unlneky for for me, . I'm five and forty, and, you see, She's only twelve —deuce take her! Her hair Is gold In wavy curl., Her eyes are stars, her teeth are pearls, Her boots are bronze and lace up. Her cheek is bloomy like a plum, Her breath is swoet as marjorum; But poetry 1. week to .uni Her figure and her face up. Alas, the truth I must aver— My nephew Dick's lv lovo with her. While Prudence says I should pretcr liar aunt, who's plain and heavy. Oh, would—but why ask Fate to grant A boon which I'm aware it cri"'*; Oh,|would that she had been her ouut, iaying down the law—flooring ha boit drawing lesion—draw- In ry. loney is a good deal like tea— sit In joyed i t should first urnsd. ho hippy plantar—A man his wife. hy in hen ImmorUl? Be r son never sets. he way to get a good wife— lod girl, and go to the parson. eauty in swoiuan is like a flow ing, but...

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. — 21 January 1870

HAiiUY A gIOFBB. Tkkws opvkiiuxino.—The following | araour (i-rC Adveitlslim. Which will, in ' no irustiiiicidcpaited from: Oue sitnnreliniMar less,) Ist liisrt'n. Jl 00 j Each suhsit Insertion, 11 ,vi One squarcrumths IJ .1 I One square hi t One squaraoitths „. . r , mi ! Business CV 12 one year,... 12 00 Two square months 20 00 I Three sm>»tinont hs, li.> on i Quarter con, 12 months, in on I Half coiuni months iU <>» i Onecoluiniiunhtris, 125 00 I •ST" Advcements for a loss tlmelhnn three molit'lll bocharged fornt the usu al rates-unl'nr per square fortheflrst In sertion, nmy cents for eiicti subsequent insertion. *n.Then«ronnsei'tiotisiiiiisl heirlark ed on the tiLsrript. or the Advertisement will be eontrd until forbid and charged f»r aeoonUn «:!iM «\un: & co., I 'W.fcTTJUEftS Ot URis» ) rjATtE AND tlPlUlilll AX>>FORTXI S WABMoan, PCs. 330 iiinir- Street, nenr l.utnw, J- the n v c for I null upon lx SB ilntm'ti prC'lcutc, Uk/1K wr t ha m uncled. — V^ TOJXTJ...

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. — 21 January 1870

J-RIDAT aKnUCtNG«i;::JANUARY 21, 1870. | HIBWSPAPEII WW'S. j RWKrssfltOTS arereuutrento give notice by tester Wbna n subscriber does not take bis osrrr from tha office; and give the reason for Its not, being taken. Neglecting to do so indites .rwislaiosterreßpouslbletothepub .>herkjribe payment. Any person who lakes a paper regularly fl-oiu'tho post office, wlielher he has subscrib ed or not, is responsible for tbe payment of the subscription. . A person ordering his paper discontinued niust pay all arrearages, or the publ isber niaj eontluue to send It until payment Is niatle and collect tbe whole amount, wuetner is is taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to lake.a paper end periodical from the post offlee, or removing and leaving them uncall (lor is prima iaci« evidence of Intentional id HOT IH TET- After waiting till the last moment, w* are atill denied th* pleasure of an nouncing the admission of the State. Humner is loaming at the mouth, anil B...

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. — 21 January 1870

&»} GOBDOKSVILLE, VA: (&** FRIDAY MORNINO,::::JANUARY 31, IS7O LOOM. NEWS. FaiaxDß ! v.* are hard up. Please Tinant System.—A large landed pro prietor, who lives not very mnr.y miles from Gordonsville, is now giving the tenant system a very thorough trial upon his estates. The result we will place before our renders in due season. A Kr.on.Aii Thl-xdkboist iv Janua ry I Yes ; on Monday the 17th. Thl* winter so much resembles the last,that we are hopeful of a good wheat-crop, but, let us also hope, no drought !ik» tint of last year will vex v«. Ron the Kaiu. —W« hear that the __ii*'ui difficulty In starting a Fall he**, iailW want of a suitable lot tor llie ex hibition of dock, implements, etc.— 'Can rt be possible ? If possible, can thl* reproach apdt, citizens long re- Ui.*i-«»gii«X Wl*7-vf7_r# indebted *o Mrs. Dunn of iJio KxebangcJ Hotel Jor n bottle of tin-, nine, wlucn strike* .it* as superior to anything we have tasted since wo partook ot iMrs. T. ». S's currant wine in...

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. — 21 January 1870

MT ACRE, I hail an acre fenced around— A little modest piece of ground My father gave me, and I mode Shift, day by day, with plow and apadc ___, Worked while ethers aoueetl and played Mh_te— --, To ■■••'iivate my acre. ~.1 my seed—a little store; t S°Xl*l Hut I had no more. Sins Is not borrowed, but my own," 1 Bald, "and when the hours have llown The harvest will be mine alone— Tbe grain reaped on my acre." Then came snow, tho winter's cold: The stormy winds like cannon rolled, For four long years—and In that blast, The iron hail that hurtled past The stoutest trees fell thick und fast Around my little acre. But noshing harmed It. Spring time ctinn •>n every side, like yellow flume, Biased Batter cups; and early buds Made picture* in the laughing woods; Birds sang, I heard the noise of floods Around my smiling acre. 1 smiled, nnd hoped on ns before; My good friends sneered, nnd said no inon Looking upon me with disdain. But soon my little field of grain Laughed in the summer rain...

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. — 28 January 1870

TKIt.MS OT ADV.m,;. The following _reour terms of -Vdiin-r. which will, in no instance, be dcpfrom: One square, (10 lineiis,) Ist tnsrt.'n. 81 <X> Each uulsHeqent lilts One square 12 mont USD <J_c square (I month N (K> Onesquure It month 6 IH ' BualueaaCard», 12 'two squares, VI mm -il on Three Kquaresl-mo. 25 IK) Quarter column, 12 Bis Half colnmn, 12 mm 10 III) Onecoliimii. 12 in in l_soo M&- Advertiseinciir a less time than throe monlhs will ln'Kfd fornttli. isl rates —one dollar piare forthellrsl in ■ertlon, and fifty c<-ir each subsequent insertion. |f_i_The number r, fife.:, must he ma ik ed on MMmatlnscrlpthe advertisement will be continued uibrbld and charged for accordingly. I.lOWOreeilic-s ...... ■■■•• ,aa webreat purity 01 in ivennefronghout tuo en r sstlc, itntlrcly froefroni ml in .any Piano*. In HsATffSKIE* 11,-d, nnoiie l.ul the very i.iter.a: larae capital em lUßlneSiibtliig us to Keep ilium sloe!; of lumher, *_, T I Pinnave our New Inv lib; scald ...

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. — 28 January 1870

. j--.-. ■- ■ ■ __—- _ . gHH ...■^(sXmDOIWVILLE.VA.«~ MCnANTNOri;::JANUAUY 28, 1871). . ■ ■ t fsjns-l imiirepAPEn laws. Mstmasseni are required to give notice by «iiu a subisriber doe* sot tuko his from tho omce; and give the reason Hte not, being taken. Neglecting to do so _____cc '- responsible to thepub- tor the w persiin who takes a paper regularly _____fie postotrlce, whether lis: nan subscrib ■ot, l» responsible for the payment of ordering his paper discontinued till ar reunites, or the publisher may to send It until payment is made, Hlectthe whole amount, whether it is the omce or not. mils have decided (hat refusing to ■puper and periodical removing und Leaving them H_iniiKi facie evidence of Intentional ■>M -II til IV J 'l'Wli:*T ■TI \ E VIRGINIAN, I ■ ron sa£j_:. Hi 111 Mi to engage in other bttsi- otler for suli- my int.n-sl in the fr n_tivi.; VIBOINIAH. It Is tho only popor published in the counties of Orange, Madi son, Greene and Loaiea; ha* a large sub scription and...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 28 January 1870

LOCAL NEWS. Wshm inh Wet weather has prevail ed of late. Waoons from Greneand Madison are beginning to pour in again, and busl ine** is looking up, You can oet at Bneed's, If report be Itrue, everything in '.be world down •vcd to spinning wheels and gem'lints. Craves & Co., are out t 1 ~.* wreck in great force. Perceive, JVQruM and per pend, Ma. Prnc.ES is in goo;i heart—the pros pect of land *ale» b'cing very bright, he atsur** v*. ' A Batti.-.; Koyai. occurred hnro some day* ago between two parties of blacks —not much damage dono. Our old Friend Spence is In lull blast now, not ns agent, but on bis own ac count, and we are glad ot it. Bee his Advertisement. Messr*. I>AKDnrM & Blanks will re move their n»tablishinent to thoslorc now occupied by Mes»rs. Craven & Co., on Monday next. Bey. Mb. Hansborouoh ha* accepted the call to Orange, and will assume the duties of hi* ebargo some time next month. A Land-Buyer from Xcw York, north at Albany, »ay» that up to the time o...

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. — 28 January 1870

The shades of night were falling fast, As through an eastern city passed A blooming maid lv bloomer drest. With thfs device upon her crest— Bill ell* Her brows were kind ; beneath her veil Her eyes blazed like a gomes'* tall; And like a martial bugle rung The tones of that outlandish tongue— SorosiS. Try i\')t the polls, oh maid, beware The scheming politicians snare; ■Twas all In vain, the old man cried, For still that ringing voice replied— Sorosis. Oh stay, the young man cried, and rest Thy w»ts>rfal!_,upoß this v.sil A:tear slide down her painted cheek, Hut Ktilcsiie a_*W*r»d with a squeak— Sorosis, Beware of the baleful company Of Finncis Train and Susan U , This was old Greeley's wuruing kuell, A voice replied, you go to—well— Boroal*. !dlng store*—ptiiiiie oilier.-, en Is a wile like a great coat? iband is wrapped up in her. c best sea-wecil—«;ci(fiir;.oii man's own good ..breeding l« •curity against other people's '«. :verU*ementby a lady on the ; of for: y—"Lost, n lmst ...

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. — 4 February 1870

Terms op AtrvßatiaiNQ.—The following are our tortus of Advertising, which will, In no Instance, be departed from: One square, (10 lines or loss,) Ist Insrt'n. $1 00 Hindi snbsoq'eul insertion, II 50 <me square 12 months 13 00 Onesquaretl months, li IRI One square 3 months, fs 00 rlualnesN (lords, 12 one year, 12 (HI Two squares, 12 months 20 00 Three squares I' 2 mouths, 2.1 00 Quarter column, 12 months, I'l id) Half column,l2 months, 7(1 00 One column, 12 months, 125 00 *Bf- Advertisements for a less time than three months will hechnrged forut the usu al rates—ene dollar per square for tbe first in sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion. number of Insert lons must hg mark ed on I lie manuscript, or the advertisement ...I 11 l.c er.iit i ~i.,.,l ~.,1il 11..1,1.1 ..... I .-I ... c I combines great power sweetness ana ...... sluglii«t<iuality, as well as great purity of in tonaUon. and evenness throughout the en tire scale. Their TO-fOH 1* pliant and elastic, and...

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. — 4 February 1870

«<KIKI)O*,SVI_L_,VA.~~- FHIHAY MOR}«NOs::FEnRrAIIY 4, IS7O. m: v\ -.1-1 hi. ii in,. fcsHuastera are -•quired' to give notice by letter vlilo a lubsorlber doe* not take bin p»per fmtit the olllee; und give Ihe 1.-v.sou fin-lis not being taken. Neglecting to do so uuikes i postmaster respoi.Mhie io the inib _Mier Ijr the payment. Any person who lulus a paper rcßnlnrly from Ihe ..ostoUVo, w_e.UK* In. hue subscrib ed or not, Is responsible for the nuyinent of the.subserlplion. 'iA person ordering his paper discontinued mast pay nil arrearages, or the publisher may •ontinue lo send H until payment is , aud.colleit the whole amount, whether It Is taken from I lie office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take.a paper and periodica] from the i ■ office, or removing and leaving them uii.-iill »«ulorisjjrin»i/urie evidence of intciitic.mil I'sud ONE-HALF INTEREST (NATIVE VIKGINIAN, pou st___i__3. "MjfISHIXG to engage in otlier busl * ' ness, I oirer for sale mv Interest in t...

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. — 4 February 1870

W on Wanted at this) otlice. Tvp E Daily to lliciimomi.—Tin :he-upe:ike and Ohio 11. X., will, iron. ste, rut. a day train as well as a night rain between (Lirdonsvilln aud Kich ion,l,on Sunday ,—thus completing * 'ottlle daily connection between Wusli igton aud Richmond. Plan- Wai.is. —Who is the public plrlted man that will stir our people pto their duty on this jiointy Little mo money it required—Just a few lams to haul the slabs, which may be *d for little, or nothing. He»lly we ught lo a'ateoil to tin* matter. A Large Cosoocrss of citizens at ended the funeral of tiie late Mr. Win. :owlierd on Sunday last at Mechauiei ille, attesting by their presence the dgh, regard they entertained for the eceased, whoss placo in the eouimuni f it will be most difficult *.o fill. ]rl>v. JDr. Stdakt's discourse.? In the lornin"' sod evening of last Sunday rew to JJr. Handy's Church such cou regation* a* »v» do not often see iv the ilisge. The .*!**» ana character of th* idi*nc« te*tifl,<...

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. — 4 February 1870

ii'lll,. I it:,,", 1.1 l ni, BLINDS. In place ef works, or hooks, or play, Some ladies spend the live ions; duy In scanning every passer by, ~ And many a wonder ttiey descry. They find among the motley crowd, That some aro gay, and some aro proud; That some are short, and some are tall; They get their information all, By peeping through the blinds. You walk the street (at common pace,) Yon catch Ihe outline of a ta.'c; The face seems strange, again you look, Dear »ir, she knows jou like a book, She knows tho color of your hair. The very style of clothes you wear; She knows your business, I'll be bound, And oil your friends the country round. By peeping tHrough the blinds.. She knows the Smiths, ncross the way, And what they dlno on every day; And tb.lnU.-i that their Matilda Jane I* growing very prond und vain. She knows the Browns, at No. Four Just opposite her very door; Folks quite a* poor as poor can be, For don't they sit anil sew, while she Is peeping through the blinds, Dear ...

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. — 11 February 1870

■™-R_s oir AnVKßiiHisn.-—The following jur terms or Advertising, which will, iv stance, Le departed from: • r.ieare, (111 linos or less,) Ist. lnsrt'n. Sf oo 1 < subseqeut Insertion, II ,vi . *.*:! imvro 12 months, Vi no isn*M|iliirr It months, g is. Oneiuiiiire 8 months,.. B M Uasl'lons Curds, I ! one year, li un Two sqnara*, 12 months, 21) 00 Three squares 12months, _ 2ii iki Quarter column, 12 months to oo Half column, 12 months )o no Onccohnnn, 12 months, Li. oo MmJP Advertisements for n I,'ss time than tbree months will becluirged for at the usu al rale*—enedol!arpers,|inuo fnitlie first in sertion, and fllty cents for each stibseouent tussrtlou. jrVThe numberof Insertions nui-it he mark ed on thn man uscript, or the advertisement will beeontlnned until forbid and chanted far accordingly. " ■KIJUUU, LOUDOUN COUNTY, $A* leslsu of this School is to give a rmgh preparation for the University, _UU tt'.ss of life. iih session will open on the first of September next, and close on...

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. — 11 February 1870

iOTINIIW3::FBIIUUARY 11, 1871). iWSPAI'KH UWI. ** are required to give notice by 1 is subscriber does not tuke his tho office; und give the reason elng token. Neglecting to do so iost_iiAst«rres_>ousibletot_eiJul> e payment, on who takes a paper regnlarly stofflce, whether he has subserib responslble for the payment of itlon. ordering his paper discontinued I urreitragesi.orthe publisher iuhv . send It autil payment is made, the whole amount, whether It is the office or not. t* have decided that refusing to ?rand periodical from the post novlng and leaving them Oncall ma facte evidence or intentional -II 4 1.1" IMIHIM f* lir.THE YE VIRGINIAN, ■on »_____,__!. KG to engage in other busl l offer for salomy Interest in llie iroikian. It is the only paper n the countleHof Orange, .Mmll e and Louisa; has a large suli ,nd advert IsiiiK list throughout id Ihe Booth, iss well ns ill many liern States, thing located in one flourishing sections ol the coun uuctlon of the two leading Hnil...

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. — 11 February 1870

%M GORDONSVILLE, VA: <SM *-_IDAV _tOB-JING,::FEBRUAHY 11,16711. LOCAL HEWS. Candidates foii Office —R.-eomfnen- tlalions and announcemciili of candi rlat«s for office will, under no cireum atances, be published In this paper uti les* th*y are paid for as other adver tlMmcnts. We wish it distinctly un der*tood that thi* is a rule which will j In no Instance be departed from. Tht Fox hunters nave been having line sport in the neighborhood ol this Da. B. VT. Row ha* purchased the in terest ot Dr. H. D. Taliaferro In tho Drug store at Orange. See advertise- | An air line" from Fredericksburg to Charlottesvills, according to Commo dore Maury's map, runs through Uor- i donavllle. Hence the railroad, in It* ' «wn advantage, will come here. A Special Extra E ngino and car pas- - •ed here Monday, entirely empty. Had I , been sent up to btaunton for a patty | ot several, tvh» preferred to ride or. tho | regular train. Post-Office Koiiii-n.-Home rogue or rogues broke into the Fost-Olllceat ...

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. — 11 February 1870

The Devil sat ou hia sulphur throne, And heard with a hitler grlu, lt>.purls from the pkiiivt* he deemed ii own, As.hla black sub* brought them In. The MOM I .scare In Great lirltain p'.easts Hl* cynical temper well; And the uewe from Brazil aud Paraguay Fi.nii llui ti, Peru, and Sisal Day, Not forgetting the lulu Cilia*** all'ray, Ruther pleased the King or Hell. And when his scouts of this "Happy Lam Delivered their dark report, The 1 emoii waved In the smoke his han Aud gave a trlunlphuut snort. "This news,'' he yelled, "I* the best I heard Since sin on earth began ; The work I favor goes bravely ou, The "model Republic" is dead aud gon And the power* that govern at Washingti Have adopted hit lavoilte plan," Then, turning to Moloch, his Dnrknees sal "I'm off for tlio Ten Mile Bquure; Rule thou, old boy, iv thj- muster* *tea< While I *cc to business there," Tho blaekmoor courtiers, one and all, Applauded their chief like mad; Bo ho changed his shape like tho devil ca And up ...

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