ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Native Virginian, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 502 items from Native Virginian, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
502 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 February 1870

. ''"F.ais* on ADvauTmi ns.—Th. fotlowlni , sour terms of Advertising, which will, li ♦ instance, be departed from: ~»«iuare, fl* lines or less.) Utinsrt'n. SI tn * Cl Stli.Serjeiil IliseitJ..,, 0 tH Vissqunr* 111 month*, 1 — <» _jiii.si.oare b months H m Oil, Square 8 mo lit 1i5,... 5 111 H(tidnce« Cards, 12 one year, Vi l» Two squares, 12 months 211 (X Teree squares 12inonths, 25 ih tt.arter column, 12 niontbs, 10 111 Half column, 12months 71) IX One column, 12 months, 125 (X 'BBf* A-v*f ttflement* for a less time than Hire* montlis will bocbarged for at tbe usual rates—one dollar per W oar. fortlie first Insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent Lus.rtlon. MERCHANT TAILORS 80. 11 It. Kutaw Ctrcet, • rrosii* in sttiAW nous*, BALTIMORE, MD. ■TUT TAHIBTY OF CLOTH*, CASSIMERES WDJESTIXGS, rHOMPTLY MADE TO ORDER, In Unsurpaiae- Style and _\r_g-c-. i z , -si-s_ißS, AT GREATLY REDUCED I'RICES August IS, ISW.-S-1. CORTI*._rV A CO., •1 • and alB Bslilmori Strest, BALTIMORE...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 February 1870

V-SWaPAPK-t UWB, KMetnastar* nre require- to give notice by I*l*** wbsa a subscriber does not take his ptper from tbe of— cc; and nive the reason lor Its not. beiniz taken. Negu -ctiug to do so snakes * postanaster responsible to the publisher lor the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the postoffice, whether hit has subscribed or not, la responsible for the payment of the subscription. I tA persen ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or tiie publisher may continue to send It until payment ia made, and collect tbe whole amount, whether it la taken from the office or not. The conns tiave decided that rentainglo take,a paper and periodical from i lie post•fflce. or removing and leaving them uncalled tor is prim— facte evidence of intentional rand OM.-1141.1 INTEREST • "' INTHE FNATIVE VIRGINIAN, pon »-__.i__3. WISHING to engagu in other business,! offer for sale ray Interest In the NATIVE VIBOINIAN. It Is the only paper published In the counties o...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 February 1870

sjioji — v..n t i — i.i,, i „ i i*_*vi> . -(.'JAY MORNTNO.-FEBIIUAHY IS, 1870. liOOaiTkews.^ Episcopal B«»vii;*3 next Sunday at o'clock A. SI. and 7P. il. At the night servicei Dr. Stewart, by request, pr**chei ou "recognition of friends in hesven." I M_Tet_osT.—The niiiii 1 * for matrimony is still raging. Two runaway couples, from Madison and Fluvanna speclively, were at Gordonsville yeslay. Which party or each couple v. wish they had kept on running? Agbicui.tubai. Depot.—Our irieud, A. P. Routt, who always bus. an ey« to btisinesi, has opened a branch of his establishment iv the "Bruco -.milling," next door lo the Native Virginian office. Candidates pub Office —Recom.nendstioni and announcement* of candidates for oilice will, under no circumstances, b* published In this paper units* they are paid for as other advertissments. We wish it diilluutly unIderitood that this is s rule which will in no Instance be departed from. ' Jkwei.bt, <fcc.--F. D v ;Jolinion,...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 February 1870

Oh ! well I remember How stidly I tore The first checkered apron That ever I wore. How I boohooed and bellowed And Hooded with tears, When my mother gave vie A box on yeurs: Then a big piece ot pie for the damage she'd done To her dearest, her darlii.g, but good-for-nought sou. Oh! well I remember (They are fresh In my mind,) Those gay little trowscrs. All buttoned behind; How I played in the puddle, And daubed them lv dirt!— How my grandmother shook me, Till 1 screamed with the hurtBut she promised to buy mo a nice sugar toy, II I'd but remember to be a good boy. Oh I well I remember] My advent to school; • How I got on a dunce-block, And felt like a fool; How I pulled out the puper From Emily's curls, For which I was planted On a seat with the girls! 'Twas a punishment fraught with confusion and pain,' But. oh ! I should like to be put there again. Oh! well I remember When older I'd grown, I had to spread clover As lust as 'twus mown;And the linger of fancy; citill poluts to the c...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 25 February 1870

TEnjse or AnvKKTisi-G.—Tbe followln a re our terms of Advertising, whioh will, li 11 -j iosUiium, Ue departed from: v iun square, (lsllueaor lees,) Ist tnsrt'n, SI 0 . jch. subseacnt Insertion, OS One square HI months li v . Ins square 8 months,...,. 8 0 On* square 8 months, „ .". 0 Business Oarde, 12 on* year, 12 0 Two square*., 12 months, _ 20 0 Three squares 12 months, „ 25 Oi Bnailer8 nailer column, 12 months,„ _. 40 0 alf column,l2 months, 70 0i Oneoolumn, 12 months, 125 01 Mf Advertisements for a less time thar three months will becharged forat the übu al rate*—one dollar per square forthe first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. *%.The number of Insertions must he marked on the manuscript, or the advertisement Ia Cnturp—sieed Style and 3NT__. __.T_- -_J»«_, _T 08-ATLY REDUCED PKICES August 13,1888.-Sm. t'OUTI.iS & CO., •IS sot 918 Baltimore Street, B _LTIMOR_,MD., _C ___ _T* O _1T __ XCHINA, GLASS, AND rABL-OUT-KRY, FAMILY IIARDWAr/; PLATKI)...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 25 February 1870

FRIDAY MOBJTL!*-..FEBRUARY X, 1870. apM——"" — i . =r— ■' ' *"*!** ■CWtFtPKB LAWS. ifemassM- are required to give notice by i kilter w*«._ a subscriber does not take his a*per from th* office; sue give the i. lor At* no' beln* taken. Neglecting to sis- so ■lake* »posts-ester responsible to the pubthe payment. Any person who takes s paper regular y from'the post office, whether h« has snbscrlb•d or not, is responsible for the pay incut of the subscription. IIA person ordering his paper discontinued niu*t psy all arrearage*.or ihe piilillsherina.v aiutinue to Bend it until payment Is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it Is taken from the office or not. Ths «ourt* have decided that refusing lo take a paper and periodical from toe poat•fflce, or removius, an.i leaving liieni uncalled iorisurinus/aci« evidence of inteutloiiril rand 0-rE-MAI.r ISTKREST r IV __l* 1S me port »__-.__.__. TinSHING to engage In other buslVV ness, I ofTer for sale my Interest In the Kativb ViaouiiAM. i...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 25 February 1870

iORNIN(i,::I-'l-:'ili:r.\UV SI, i-v I TM 'f_»_*n»BS. —W* tire i Mr. (icot-jre Kyr, Trcasurniii. lor a copy of his report ii MM. ._,-.lt. A. Jackson with C. ild, on Wednesday, the farm Cowherd, containing about > llv. l\ Schlosser of Siary. :*, »12,500. r Com*.—Wo learn that D. M, Land Agent, has local-d n in Greene county, John of Columbia county, and Lb, or Tioga county, > James AIIAD, late of Greliaud, 155 acre* of land in the of Albemarle, belonging to ;ger, for $3,000, , &C.--F. D A Johnson, lew* IpcperC. 11., keep* the fiufjjnoil*, In his lino, in that vi sell* tbcm etienper. He lto pel •lvoi-y-llaii'lls-d ami do Knives, l-"orl'», Bpoon*. *am« tyiaiiiy. Cheaper lhah | » bqitght elsewlicro, and en* « free of charge. Order* from ties promptly atli'iided to.— IMS OijsTkent.— Take the in- . et elder, boll to a siron„ In•sin it, tben add equal part* : and mutton tallow ; *ay to int of the liquid a piece of How ami beeswax each the ;n's egjr; simmer ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 25 February 1870

1 know a funny little man, As quiet as a mouse, r\ Who does the mischief that is done In everybody's house. There's no one ever sees his face. And yet we all agree. That every plate we break was cracked By Mr. No-bod-ee. 'Tls he who always tears our books, Who leaves our doors ajar; He pulls the buttons Irom our shirts, And scatters pins afar. That squaklng door will always squeak, For, prithee, don't you see, We leave the oiling to be done fly Mr. Ko-bod-ee. The finger marks upon the doors By none of us are made; We never leave the blinds unclosed, To let ths curtain fade; The ink we never spill; the boots That lying round you see, Are not our boots! They all belong I- Why is the Prince of Wales like iieu? Because lie's the heir apt to the crown, -Coma hang It! I'll fight yon ' said a heroic man to eighteen l. Which are the four most eorpur inters in the alphabet?—O. B. (obesity). Why did Horace runaway from ittle of Pbillippi? To prove to | nutans that he was no lame poet. I •Blow...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 March 1870

• BY UAGBV A BTOFJBR. T_s«s ok AnvsßTiai no.—Tha fbllowlnq , r*> our fcrms of Advertising, which will, lv „ > lAshtnoe, be departed from: _ne square, (10 Lines or lcas,l Ist tn.rt'l Lfvcn subswieut Insertion, 0 30 »'.t_e squnre li months 12 00 OneHO/hnre « tftOiiths, s 00 (hie sunnreS mouths,.. .", no Huslnoss Cords, _2 one year, 1! 00 _'wo square-*, 1J Jtiunths L'>i <,J roe sqmvres l_inonths, _» p-i Oiturtet column, v months, WOO Half column, l_ months, ~i 00 imeeolumn, 12 months,.. i_~> oo __r» Advertisements for n less titnelban I three months will he chared for at the usual rates—one dollar per square for the first Insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent Insertion. irauThennmbcroflnsertionsmnst hernnrktd on the manuscript, or the advertlm i,UI bo continued until forbid and oburged for accordingly. £taUimove tfnnts. JOSEPU If ARRIS A. CO., 11l If, Eiiuw I ties t, a tbb cutaw liorti, LLTIMORE, MD, VARIETY OV CLOTHI, ERE...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 March 1870

-'-—-■■ —— >_— --*~__ 3—^Btt__ONS\ILLB^VA. ~ __ rnrDAY mmXIliQv.:U: V ,:^fA^^7^ro HBW«PAPEB LAWS. are required: to give notice by _?.„. £"" .",' üb _*Jber doe. not hike his Sortie not, being taken. Neglecting to do so ■. . 'P os l»n_9ter responsible to the pub__iier Ijt ihe payment. Any person who takes a paper regnlarly rrom the postofllce, whether he has subscrlb•o or not, 1h responsible lor the payment of Uie subscription. A person ordering bis paper discontinued must paj all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send It until payment is made ■nd collect tbe whole amount, whether It Is taken lroiu the office or not. Tb. courts have decided that remains to aae.a paper and periodical from the posted lor b, r l r i__. v , ln(s and V* Tta « lhnn »»••"" '• raud evidence of intentional _. OSE-U.tEE INTEREST IN THE NATIVE VIRGINIAN, _3»o__. »_____,__;. TXHSHINU to engage in other busi JJ ' ness, I offer for sale my Interest In tin ™^^ V . E VibuiniaN. It is the only pa...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 March 1870

I. ■" rOBPOWSTILLK, PA: -_»i " IIIORNINO: : .:;,:.'.;:IiAUC[r 4, 1,70 ItOOAL wsmT" IVEKTIB-MlNl9.—\V'ca»L the ~t--i'our readers to the new adnfs in to-day's paper, ami eso the one f >r telegraph poles. I.—Herndou, the seducer and of Alisg Lrtmidro, In this bo U undergoing Imprisonip penitentiary, for his crime, «ly stabbed on Saturday by Jtiviet, itb Ahbivinq...David D. 11. mid Agent here, sent oil an[)i. load < f Peunsy Ivaalans n's Hotel yesterday morning t-il at Bentonsville, Greene -et tlu-ni come, there is room f the same sort. aiii.ss Mojii-i'BK. —Ife uudertbere are rumors that this -has withdrawn as a eaiidiilI Pre. hieuey of Ibr Onin.e I ria Railroad Company, vfa i l__d-to >af thatheli and will late. , &C.--F. D, .lohiisi.ll, sf«W. Ipeper (.'. 11., keeps the lin-r.-C'ioila, ii) hit, linn, in that ul sells thorn cheaper. He lto tell Ivory-Handled and do Knives. Porks, Spoon., same quality, cheaper than ) bought elsewhere, and enn f...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 March 1870

«ssa_W_s__s__ssssjssjsjsa____a_____Ss___B_ IK»!.'l STAY LATE TO-_lunT. The hearth of home Is beaming, With rays of rosy light: And lovely ejee are gleaming, As falls the shade* of night: And while my steps are leaving The circle pure and bright, A tender voloe, half grieving, Bays, "Don't stay late to-night." Ihe world to whlc* thou movest Is busy, brave and wide; The world of her thou lovest Is on the single side. She waits for thy warm greeting; Thy smile Is her delight; Her gentle voice entreating, Says, "Don't stay late to-night." The world Is cold, inhuman, Will spurn thee In thy fall; , The love of one pure woman Outlasts nnd shames them all. Thy children will cling round thee liOt fate be dark or bright; At home no shaft will wound thee, Then, "Don't stay late to-nlgbt." fflTil attfr sfitttttWe,, Backbiters—lien*. A golden age—coinage. Spring stock—rubber goods. -—Steady on his p.gs—a shoemaker. Sale place tor a tempest—la a teapot. —-- A thorn in the fcmh is worth two in tho...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 March 1870

____-MMat^___WJ_Ms_S—<S_T__nl:_.'.-ll -I,', Stt . Virgin. «n BY BA _BY A STOFBR. Taajcs or ADV*_,'r_six4. —The ibliorrlng n re oor torms of Advertising, which -vetll, in ,W lnstiume, be departed from: «-hl> square, (10 lines or lows,) Istlnsrt'u.il 00 inch snbsecjcnt Insertion, „... 0 so '.ne square 12 month* 12 OO On* square 6 m0nth5,...,._..„ _ 8 00 One square 3 months, 5 00 Business Cards, 12 one year, 12 oo Two squares, 12 months, _ _ 20 00 Three squares 12months, 2,"i 00 Quarter column, 12 months,- 40 do Half colnmu 12months, 70 oo One column, 12 months, 125 00 I **_■ Advertisements for a less time than three months will bee-barged for nt the usual rates —onedoP.arpersquare for the first Insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent Insert lon. tSuThennmber of Insert lons must be marked on tlieniiinuscrlpt, or the advertisement -will be continued until forbid and charged _»r accordingly. t- ' —i- -'- ■-■ - - — st « gaMmo.. <£ntU . JOSEPH HAKIMS...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 March 1870

__SYU_LJ_,VA.~ — NO:::;::;; . MAJRCH, 11 I*7o AFKB Uwl. required to give notice by Ml ib,-r does not take his lice: and nive the reason ikon. Neglect Inn to do so stir responsible to the pubniit. 0 takes a paper rrgnlnrlv , whether lis- has subsi riliisible for the payment ot lg hi. paper discontinued ages.orthe publisher univ It until payment is made, ole amount, whether It Is Ice or not. decided that refusing to periodical from the postami leaving them limull- . evldeuce of Intentional up iirnSREST IK THE VIRGINIAN, t »___.___■___ engage in other busi--or sale my Interest In the in. It Is the only paper ouiitii-. of Orange, Mndtl.oui.sn; hits a large sub.ertUlng list throughout souiii. us well a* i. many ntis. Being located In one blng sect ions ot t he couniot the two I sailing Itailit lurnislii-H a fine opensing newspaper man, and my for ilsell in two years ■nation, lulur.. _ A. V. HTOFEB, (iordonsville, Va IKD OHIO RAILROAD. says the Hichiaond lay fixed for letting to •leston, ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 March 1870

gjfe GORDONSVILLE, VA:(_*i FBIDAI _10KNINQ::.:;,:.I;:MARCH U,| LOCAL NEWI Thinks.—We are indebted to Senator J. W. Johnson for public tlocuinents received on Stiturday. Aobii.X'i.tur-L Addkicss. —W. .T. Gilmer, Esq., sf Albemarle, litis act-opted a* invitation to deliver the auiinal address before the Border Agricultural Boci.ly, nt Danville, next fall. Trial op Mr. Atbi.~_.__9 trial of MrAjrs lor killing Dr. Oliver, '.he seducer of liia daughter, has been postponed . until the June term of tlio Albemarle County Court. J i Lictcre—By request ol the Temper- i anc* Council in Gordonsville, Bey. J. N. Jones will deliver a public lecture In the Presbyterian Clunch, on Tuesday nigSt, the 16th instant. Subject: The Drunkard, Price of admission 25 cents. All the proceeds to go to tlie M, _C. Church South. M__.cn — Hear what a character and late the. fortune-teller, give to tiie tin • lucky individuals bern in I his month : The man'barn lv March will be rather _ handsome. He will be honest ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 March 1870

AS EXPESIEJfCB AND A MORAL. B7 FRED S. UOZZE.VH. 1 my love a book one day ; She brought It back—l laid 11 by; Twa* little cithor had to say— She Was so strange and I so sby. ll_t yet we loved Indifferent things— The sprouting buds, the birds in tune— And Time stood still und wreathed his wln| With rosy links from Juno to Juno. I.r her, what task to do or dare 1 What peril tempt? what hardship bear. But with her—ah 1 she never knew My heart, and what was hidden there I And »he, with me, so cold and coy. Seemed a little maid bereft of sense; But in the crowd, all life and joy, And full of blushful Impudence. She married —well, a woman needs A mate, her life and love to share; And little cares sprang up like weeds, And played around her elbow chair. And year* rolled by—but I, content Trimmed my own lamp aud kept it brlgl 2111 age* touch my hair besprent With rays and gleams of sliver light. And then It chanced I took the book Which she persued in days gone by; And as I read, such passi...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 March 1870

BY BAQBY A BTOFER. -**h__ or Anv*c.riHiN_.—The following «<--ur terms nf Advertising, wnlub will, In V,o Instance, be departed from; tine srjtwit., (10 lines or less,) Ut Inirt'n, Jl 00 Kaijti *üb*eqent insertion, „.... 050 I § square 12 months, , , 12 00 square 8 months, _ 6 00 ness Cards, 12 one year, — 12 00 squares, 12 month*...„ „ 20 00 Throe squares 12months „ 2. CO Quarter column, 12 month* 40 ,k) Half column, 12 month* 70 00 Otiecolumn, 12 month* 125 00 S9» Advertisement* for a less tlmo than three months will bocharged for at the usual rates —one dollar per square for the first Insortlon. and fifty cent* for each subsequent insertion. I m-Tho number of Insertions must be markJon tbe manuscript, or the advertisement —111 beconttnned until forbid and charged Sir accordingly. gnUtmo.* (twit. josnru HARRIS St CO., MERCHANT TAILORSL _fo. 11 If. Intsw Street, I St 7 . .ITS ISI IVTI. a-.n, I: •*" r F BALTIMORE, MD. . ■ TETtY TARIKTY OF CLOTHS, j C JkSSIMEM. a NESTINGS, ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 March 1870

-— - ■ ** ■ 3_^BM»y»TTIJ_g ; TA.e>FRIDAY _OB_l_a.-:'.::;;::MARCH, 18 I8_) xkwb-apsc* uwi. J_*a___***-*** are required to give in. tier by __ _lr~* * subacriUer dors not Is.'(. bis taper eruas _i,. cilice: and give the lesson lor 11* not be In* taken. Neglecting to do so ■lake* • j__si_,_si,r responsible to tbe pub__>h»r l_r the paymeut. Any person whs takes a paper regularly I om the postofflce, whetlier he has subscribed or not. Is responsible tor the payment of the subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued Snnst pay all arrearage*, orlbe puhltsherniay •J.ntlnue t* semi it until payment is mail., and collect tb* whole arautint, whether It 1* taken Iroia tbe office ur not. Tbe court* have decided that refusing to ake.a paper and periodical from the posi•fflce, or removing and leaving them uneall•tf lor is|)ri»i«/uc'i« evidence of intentional read ou'e-ii,____. interest IK TUB NATIVE VIRGINIAN, VOX-. IB _____• __l. YsTISMI NG to eugag" iv oilier hus...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 March 1870

SAj eOBDONSVILLK, Ti4(__H tmlliAV MOKNING: : .:;,:.: i: MARCII ll.ttßO _ IfOAL MEWST^ Vsstickday uaa the Kill day of liT land. Legal ami county blanks of e.erj d*urlptiou are piintud with iieutn*.* and ilisput'h at thi* .111 ■.•. WSHtAB, * KISOI lies, „( .1.M.1il .. (Il golil—we haven't .ren any one in thi* section dr. limn' il. Rlltoioi- S_aviiE*.- There will be public worship (Episcopal) at tiie Presbyterian Church next Sunday, at 111 A. M. and 7 P. M. DtstHASiiKS ik TbOma. a. Bobineon, A. J. Sisson, C. H. Goodwin. K. L. Gordon. Samuel T. tskinkcr, i'hoti)-- |.\ Bonssi, BoioHAii Yoiko, il is mill, i* toing t () let out two liiiiiilrci iritit tree*. \V« were under the inipi. ssion that lie had , ! . *••'! of tUt nursery business a\In* hsnds ...-• * tssiiy. Tiiams to Hon. J. W. Johnson lor ' puhlie docuineits. Also to Hon. LfWll M Keii7.ie for ■ the speech of Sir. Farnswoi lli on the i adiuiisloil Of I Tu_ Spaisu Ti.uk. —il ir.'h cmia in i Ilk* a lion, anililci-iHiliiix totlie hIiI ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 March 1870

TBB GIRL (If. BLUE. Oh hay* you aeon the girl in bin*, f fist lire* far down ths avenue ; With modest eye. She paasea by— Too girt on the avenne, Her Jannty bonnet, frail and *maU— A ribbon and a rose are all ; But hair of gold, Beneath It roiled Crown* the girl on tho avenue. lUr rolling collar give* to alght ▲ tender throat a* nny whit*, Aad gems and rings, ▲nd nameless thins*. Wear* the girl on tbe avenu*. A sw*et, soft hand for mine to grasp; A »l*nder w»lst for me to clasp; A little foot, Its dainty bootDear girl on the avenue 1 Oh, lips as red a* roses are I Oh, eyes as bright as gem or star I To gaze 1* bliss; What were to kiss? Sweet girl ou the avenue I Tour cheek* ft-sh rose should never,f_de, lair head here on my shoulder laid I The moments fleetBut life 1* sweet, Ah, girl ou the avenue l| Wit *ft 6 gam". A man* trlend— a dollar or two. Th* mon, the mora ao. Tliespouilthrift's prayar—'Lear* man—loan vullyou." A Philadelphia boy ha* "hair resampling cryitalized rat tails."...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x