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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 22 April 1870

"SHOO FLY." Per erenln? gloud. vu. se,ldling fasd At ft young man drough der tillage bussed, ■hkadiug along her stidoriu and hall;, Mit de.v vords tied on his coad illi-fus t, "Shoo fir." "Ab! dfcd go such a nighd like do7.e,"_ 111. mudder cries. "You vlll got trote; Dot John Frost dot vlll nib your cur." lie oney Bald .o Bolt a shneer: "Sliob Fly." "Come beck I come beck !" der oil man sald i •Of you dond lo.k out you vlll bedeud— t'ouic beck un'd hy dot fire Hit." "Ha! ha! I dond vos fraid a lilt." "Shoo Fl?." ••John Hennery! tier shmall maid said, "Come here und end di. bice of bread." He chu.d looked down und hofe a sigh— "I'm a bullo boy mit a glass eye." "shoo Fly" Hlsjh and higher dot foeng man Tent— For their sdhornis he dond did care a cent, Am he vlped dot snuoiv off Ills lefd ear, Dem vords va. hocrd sdidll ahdrong und clear; "Bhoo Fly." In boud a vcek, or may be more, Der bcoples harrd a awful roar, Dot sounded loud uud far and vide, From vay up on der leoafitaan's side:...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 22 April 1870

"SHOO r_.Y." Der erenlng glouda yea seddling fiud At a young man drough der Ullage baaaedl, ■hkadtug along her .iidoi ,v und hail Mit deae vords tied on bis coad da__,'s „, "Shoo My." "Ah! (find go .itch a nlghd like doze,". Hi. muddcr cries. "You vlll got froze; Dot John Frost dot vlll nib your ear." He oney said >o mit a slineer: m "Sim> Fly." "Come beck I come beck ." der olt man said •Of you dond look out you vlll bedeud— Come beck ueTd by dot Are sit." "Ha! hay! I dond vos fraid a bit." "Shoo Fly." ••John Hennery I tier shmall maid .aid, ••Come here und cad di. bice or bread." He chusd looked down und hofe a sigh— "I'm a bullo boy mit a glass eye." "shoo Fly" High and higher dot yovtnsj man vent— For their sdhornis he dond did care a cent, As he vfped dot mnio.r off his lefd ear, Dem vords vas hucrd adiilll .hdron< und clear; "•hoo Fly." In boud a veek, or may be more, Ver beoples haerd v awful rour. Dot sounded loud und far and vide, From vay u...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 29 April 1870

gattimor* (faiils. jo.i in Hminis *. co~ MERCHANT TAILORS He. 11 jr. Kaisw Street, '•»»osiib rum ii'Ti* soi'ii, BALTIMORE, MD. BTBHT VARIETY OF CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AXD f BIDfl; •rHOUI'ILT MADE TO ORDEK, la Unsurpassed Style and AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE: A«SUIt 1!, !5.».-Sm. lORTI.iV A CO., JIIC sod .13 UaHitii.rr. Street, BALTIMORE, MD.. -*- J -*-■ -"- v *- -*■■•- _: -.1 v* r A llfl\V Alt rLAiVn tka a\» uorrsl i_y"°*' forki, .poam, tii-toi' Butter e\trr. Britannia and Block Timca KJCNDERS, SHOVELS. TOUGH, •ASOASUI AND HOC-K FCKMBIIINU tIOO I Of K'srr Verielf. •j'flE ttflodi liuve nil lieu setecti A froiti tbe most celebrated makers, hi are guaranteed to he rli-st class lv gui,!,/ saw lv pattern, and beautiful In d.sijjif Tbs aloes liiiv'iin; been bona:,it niuch nif, fermei prices, on sccount of the deprua.. la trad., will be offered locust,imersai I tespsudhig r.dti itlou. COIITLA-J A ' JUpteinWer _~ l-(i- —ly. — 998 PERFECT FITT/ a SHIRTS, Bf.TCU.SO:* X T JMA9 ' ■11 W.SnUlwt&amp...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 29 April 1870

e-»«OHDO»STILLE,TI.n RIDAY S_OE_fINO;:::l::;;;;::APRIL, 2», 1870 OH 1.-Htl.l IJVTR9EVT IN TBI NATIVE VIRGINIAN, 3*o-E_.l-»__-Xj-_. VVriUHINU to engage iv other busi- ' » nese, I offer for sale mv Interest In the Mativjc Viboisiax. It Is tbe only paper pulillslicd lv the counties or Orange, Madison, Greene and Louisa; lias • large subscription and advertising list throughout Vlrgitilanod the South, as well as In many of the Nortlierja States. Being located In one of the most flourishing sections or the country, at the Junction or the two lending Railroads of Ibe State, It furtiislies a tine opening for an enterprising newspaper man, and vould be made to pay for itself in two years For ft-rther Information, uddress A. F. STOFER, January 28,1870. Gordonsvilie, Va. THE AGE OF ADYEItTISIKG ln the beginning ot Ihe present century the art ot advertising was comparatively little understood. It had been practised, indeed, to a considerable extant iv England, but iv this country Its benefits ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 29 April 1870

jw« -i \\ -.\ irgittfatts _3*9 GORDONSVI U,K, Ylt&k FRIDAY WORNINO!.-:.-,.:;:APRIL 2U~, mn. ■ ~LCOAL~HEWS~ Township ComiUßlOJfßßa.--TIM fol lowing Commissioners are appolntc lor this counfy.VV.F.Brooking.Oarre Scott, Ferdinand Jones, George Pat nili, Jr., ami K. 1.. Oordon. Prompt pATM_NT.->Ve learn thai tli Bouillon. Mutual Insmance compati paid to .Mr. KckloiT on Mnmlay his three hundred and leventy-tive dollar hat being tlie amount of damage! t fhe goods insured in the company. Br request we again state that the ownshlp commissioners lor Louisa :ounty, appointed by Governor Walk ir, are M. G. Anderson, Thomas BiVatson, John Kinney, J. C. C'uuiniuck md 11. A. Hope. County NEWa.-VVhy in" the worh :an'twe get some good follow or j.\ ovis to help ii* iii getting up the loca ie wi of this and the nn tics: iro thera no bowels of compassion metig you, and wouldn't you lik;- to oak. your county paper Interesting f t not, whyi'ot? Answer lis that. County Jcdoe.— U'h...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 29 April 1870

ROMANCE. 8. OLIVES MESDIII ItOL-UtS. Ob che was a maid of Innghtag eye, And she lived In a garret cold and high; And he was a threadbare whiskered bean, And he lived ln a cellar damp and low. Bnt the rosy boy ol tho cherub wing Has many a shaft iv his slender siring. And the youth below and the maid abov Were touched with the flashing dai Is of lov And she would wake from her troubled sleep, O'er his tender billet-doux to weep; Or stand like a smii4 bright and fair, And gaze on a luck of his bright red hair And he who was so tall and proud. With his step so Arm and his laugh so lont His beard grew lon and his face grew thin And he piued ln solitude over his gin. But one .eft night in the month of J'Uie, As she lay in the light of a cloudless moon A Voice came llontlng soft and clear To the started maiden's listening ear. Oh, then from her creaking couch shesprnn And her tangled tresses back he flung, She looked from she window far below, Aud he stood beneath, her whiskered bean She ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 May 1870

gtaltimor. Cante. JOSEPH UARIIIS Jt CO., MERCHANT TAILORS Ye. 11 If. latsw St rest, *-> * ~ erretiiß tii iciiw bocsb, BALTIMORE, MD. ■VERT TIRIITY OB" CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AXD \ESTI\GS, FIOHI'TLT MADE TO ORDER, In Unsurpassed Style and JNTaSAsTTSr-B-S AT fJREATLY REDUCED PRICES Aagust IS, 18f1..-Sm. I'OBTI.O & CO., SIS aad 21- Unltlmorr Street, BALTIMORE, MD., i jvr _» o xat una. CHINA, GLASS. AXD EARTHENWARE, TABLE .UTLI.KY, FAMILY HAKDWAKE mi in tea axd corrga hebvice, -Porks, Spoona, Caitort Mutter Tubs, Britannia and Block Tinicar FENDERS, SHOVELS, TONOB, |\tKDA»I>« AND HOUSE F.ItN'IBBIXO GOOD Of Every Variety. I'HE have all been selected . from the inosi- celebrated makers, and ars trimsntead to be first class 111 quality, new lv pattern, aud beautiful in ileslgn.Ths stock having been bought much under formei prices, on amount of the depression ta i ri_.-, will h. offered lo customers at a eorraiipiuidiiin r. iln 'lion. CfJBTLAS A CO. s_-ptemlxo ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 May 1870

Iblfftf f?fgflittiati .-*eoah__»ONSTILLr:,VA. '»■ FRIDAY _SOaNlNO:::;"::;:;;;;:iMAY, fl, 1870 -— -M ■BWSPiFKR LAW!. «s_>oatmast-rs are required to give notice by Eter wbta a subscriber does not take his per i-o_a the offlce; and giv* the reason its not. being taken. Neglecting to do 60 makes "' ■. post master responsibleto the pnbiihcr tor ilie payment.' Vv, ' Any person who takes a paper regularly from'the postoflice, whether hv has subscribed or aot, Is responsible for the payment of ihe subscription. : >■ -"t A person orderlnf his paper discontinued must pay all arrearsge.-i.or the publisher may continue to send it until payment Is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it is token from the office or not. The eoiurts have decided that refusing lo alie.a paper ahd periodical from the post Oflce, or removing and leaving them anenll•d torlajn.-nisru.ic evidence of i"tentlon„i rand". -" ,— ~~~ m J — ONE-HALF I-.TKItI.ST IN THK NATIVE VIRGINIAN, I'C-l »__.__...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 May 1870

JUttiii !fHwfllttUii* &*} GOU_M)XSVrLLrVr r Ai®**_ M.OUNINO:-;::::,:;:;:;MAY 0, 1870. " LOCAL NEWS. ~ Ciacuit t oust The May term ofthe Clrculr Court commenced on Monday last--Judge Shackelford prcsld ng. I'UB. Docs.--We STS indebted to lion. Lewis McKenzle for valuable public document;, Wounded. —Mr. John Davenport ol this place was among the wounded by the great calamity iv Kichmond. Ladies Fair.—The ladies of Orange ( . 11., propose holding a dinner and fair at the May term of the County Court, for the benefit of the Methodist Cli.irch. We hope they may meet with handsome encouragement. Kobdehy,—One day Inst week, during the temporary absence of the family ol Mr. Win. H. Martin, some thief fcrcibly entered and robbed ol jewelry, Ac,, to the n mount ollifteen dollars. A negro woman was arrested ou suspicion, but discharged. Ci.«A!tUr.-Spiiughas .airly opened, we trast, and it belioovesoiir citizens to turn their attention to their property. Let each one clean up thorou...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 May 1870

jtaftfe t^igfliiiia-tt .*/e___DON.STILLE,TA. eZ, FRIDAY __ORNINa:::,;:::.:.;..::MAY, fl, 1870 _ . _ _ -st IBWIFiPE* LAWS. • ■fostr_._iu.-rs are required to give nctlce by letter wbc.i a subscriber does not take his ** per from the office; and giv* the reason ter It* not, being taken. Neglecting to do so make* "' I postmaster respousibleto the piibjher lor the Any person who takes a paper regularly from'the postofflce, whether hv has subscribed or not, Is responsible for the payment of Ihe subscription. : t- - *"« A person ordertn* his paper discontinued must pay all arrearage..,or the publisher may continue to send it until payment is made, and collect Ihe whole amount, whether It is lakea from the ofllce or not. The eonrts have decided that refusing to aite.a paper find periodical from the postO'tlro, or removing and leaving them unen'.led lor la jn.ru* fucic evidence of Intentional rauilt ■^^0„_»-llAiFlWTRai-3ST NATIVE VIRGINIAN, port o__.x___. to engagelu other bnsi- '» ness, I o...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 May 1870

BABY'S RIOHtS. »V USORUE OOlil'Kh. ■ef pla form 1* only the cradle— ler speeche* are funny and few— A wise little bend, But all thut Is said ' Is only n vague little ,goo Bot how buoy's rights are respected! One nod of her dear dow ny, head, Whenever she thinks she's neglected. And down to her feet we me 1. .1. She lifts up her vole* in a minute Her protest* are loud and nre long! Each household adiiii ■- she Is In it. To ace there la nothing goes wrong. The right to twist limbs that are dimpled, Iv every extravagant way.To maul and to tease The cat at her easeTo crow and to creep all the day. The right to a love tbat 1* , ure«t— The right to a mother's own love I Tbe right to a gulue that is surest To lead her wee footsteps above. Her sweet little mouth she upraises, A* pure as a rose, dew impearled! The right to our kisses and praise*— O, these her ilgbl*. over the world I — A steily fellow— a gardener. — A legal notice-- A lawyer's sign. — ■ Tbe lord* ol cieati.on— the laudJltlS....

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

!gal..mor. Card-. JOSEPH HARRIS A CO., MERCHANT TAILORS ■c. tl N. Euitw Str**t, • MIIIII TUB IUTAW HOUia, BALTIMORE, MD. I.TKRY VARIETY OF CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AXD VESTIXGS, rmOMI'TI.Y MADE TO ORDER, I In Unsurpassed Style and NEIATN-BS _ "AJT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ' c A-|uat 13,1800—3 m. CORTI.A*. A CO.si 6 *■ .1 aIS Haiti in ore Streat. BALTIMORE, Ml)., ", I -IMC-E* OHT-BHB. E'ARTHIVN wa re', TABU.CUTLERY, FAjWLY HARDWARE PLATED TS_ AMI TOI'IKh: SKI-VIC.., Corks, Spoons, Castors sJtutter Tabs, Britannia and Block Tinioar .EENDEI.!., SHOVELS, TONGS, TASIIABIIS AMI lIOI'KK riUMSIIINU noon Of Every Variety. IfllE Good- have all been selected . from the most celebrated makers, and __r. guaranteed tn lie first class In ijunlity. new In pattern, and beautiful in design.— The*t.ick having been bought much under formm prices, on account of tlto depression Iv trad.», will bn ottered lo customers at a corresponding itilu 'tlotl. CORTI.AN J- CO. Hcptenibei 25, ISM ly. VOI PERFECT FITT.IJIG SH...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

mmt Wivfjitiitin e*eOBBONSVILLI_ J ,VA.e*- * FRIDAY MOBNINO:::;;:::;:;;;;::M[AT, 13, 1870 ' ■ ",u 'J. . ■-■■ - 1 'I ■ -trVSPAPI.R LAWS. Vostraa-ters nre required to give notice by letter wlica a subscriber does not tal.e his taper from tbe oUlce; and '.ive the leason for It* ft.ii lielntr taken. Neglecting to do so makes \ posl-nastcr responsible to the pn ti..ibor to* ihe rnyment Any person who takes * paper regularly from the postofllce, whether hv baa subscribed or not, Is responsible for the payment of the *übscriptlon. A person ordering his patter discontinued must pay al I arrearages, or t lie publisher may continue to send 11 Until payment Is made, end collect th* whole annum!, whether it Is taken from tbe office or not. I i Tli* courts have decided that refusing to » ake.a paper nnd periodical from the post- • tflce, or removing and leaving them inicalL- t •il lor Isprinut men; evidence of Intentional raudS I OWE -HALF iXTKREST " IN TUB NATIVE VIRGINIAN, , pone. ______:___ W...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

/ v ' ce , lD A\ —~rt__,, AWgruoUu tti-%y sa il odo" Awm> obviated b_r_ii!tiin K a Itewci-il -altpelie Lc** >' '^9W mm pv Bitlu ol tlie property of loycrsW Jones commenced on Moulay last and was concluded Wednesay evening New ENTr.Bi'msit:.-.M i .s S , tißo „ tti ., l ,i low herd Mte gone inio (he btiek makng business and expect to hay» 200,- I 00 ready for Market i.i a very short! ..me. j Sevebe Stoim.—Tl.* norm of last j veek which wis the flrst of the baton ' iccooipanied w'th thunder and light- I ling, was quite evcre in some sections l if the country. We learn thai hail fell I n large quantity north ol liere. At | rVr Ightsville, Pa. tlie Presbyterian j Church was lightning and toJally destroyed by ire. Town aniiT-WSshi' Omens, rln »'.- Uit'on to ollieers if iicorpoitita) towns, the following otlii'is me to le elected | • n the 4th Thursjay of thls,iiontti in tach ofthe towns ips laid 0 l by com- j niissioncrs, viz :-JOnc Suptfvisor, one I Vn» r.shlp Clerk...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

-v.fc.OJU)o*\!_Vll-I-E,VA.#~ FRIDAY MO-tNINO:::;;:i:;:;;;;::MAy, 13, IS7O 11-WSFAFEa LAWS. Postmasters are required to give nttlce".y letter wtt_a a su-scritrer does not tal.e his piper from the oillce; and Rive the leuson for Its •».". being taken. Neglecting to do no makes t postmaster responsible to the pu timber Use ihe payment. Any person who takes » paper regularly from the postom_e, whether hv bus subscribed or not, Is responsible for the payment of the subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages,or the publisher muy continue to send It until payment is made, and collect the whole amouut, whether It Is taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to *ke,a paper and periodical from the post•Olce, or removing and leaving them uncalled tor 1* prima ruci* evidence of Intentional raudS ONE-HALF INTEREST NATIVE ' VIRGINIAN, ' FOR _B»_-.X_i_B. WISHIX- to engage in other bus! ness, I offer for sale my Interest ln th Native Vts...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

Bjfof k»te ...« rOU WERE SEVENTEEN. iay was mown, Maggie, »rs long ago, the western sky was rich With sunset's rosy glow, Then haad-ln-hand close-linked we passed The dewy ricks between, And I was one-and twenty, Mag, And you were seventeen. Your vole, was low and sweet, Maggie; Your wavy hair was brown, Your cheek was like the wild red rose, That showered Its petals down; Your eyes were like the blue speedwell. With dewy moisture sheen. When I was one-and-twenty, Slag, And you were seventeen. The spring was In our hearts, Maggie, And all Its hopes were ours; And we were children ln the fields, Among the opening flower*. Ay I Life wawlike a summer day Amid the woodland green. For I was one-and-twenty, Mag, And you were seventeen. The years have come and gone Maggie, With aunshlne and with shade. And slivered is tb* silken hair That o'er your shoulders strayed In many a soft, and wayward tress— The fairest ever seen— When I was one-and-twenty, Mag, And you were seventeen. Though gent...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

Ir ____b v^^\^ v ' N , a V _P" "—-.'& s \Jc*&---w"' 1 '- ' "i,' V ' v ' V Jwcll kW W. &***•__»* --!"_/tluink.---mmr li '-..Vfo ■/ his .1 ' '*.' fly WR7 " 'lllfjp _r 1. , '''' ; ''i/ .Vt (lit teriniiiiis nl the l "Ms #. A f ». ''' 'l'i>" •J." in puny expecl to ~Tfrr_V^«r<t,'" S«H» , m"'if'i". | To ii.rirs. — N'lVel' tl I WSte;-, nl' Hoilu, uml ili-- % "•"'''' iw'i'r. Stan. i liin-li j,, |j, f .J.;,,,. iln wiitei to'irlicn * «'t IV 111,, |~..5 , l It M.I! 11l Ult e-t IliKt-lll-m* ly Place it in Ilie nil- t'*,i,.Jith the "iilstles downt ""a 1 "'!-, :n,y jlill lie us linn a* a new brush, | /..(Ml SAj ~- ,\ 181 MABLR.- '-V* lp..ril Ireni the (jliriotteeviile C , liroiilfll> tint L , tin- f.ii-in ol w. Thurmnn, situated W on the Nuii'iliyst mountain, nor X •-.- *«iik , u'epotlUoritalulnjt two hundred anil seventy Ine acres, hv 1»«-c-1■ .-."lil to Mr. I)., i| # jßel»m'..ol Caiifnrn"». _ \_ I'.ii-i- p»i,i; fetoon doll.ir. ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

I *y*rticate_ L >.M»AV,.lloll>l_li<; IX HMD. ■ hen the tiresome week is over, W Wearied limbs then ask for euse; nfo grim task Is then before yon. No on. but yourself to please. How delirious, then the feeling That dawns through tbe drowsy head, Of a rust unbrokc, unsummoned, Sunday morning lv the bed. And such fancies throng around you, Half asleep and half awake, Dim defined, yet all so pleasantFancies like the dawn, opaque. Waking dreams of love and fortune, Brighter far than can be said, Give a foretaste of elysluin, Sunday morulug ln tbe bed. And the early sounds contrasting, Add still more to the repose; Praise who will the early risers, Sweet r still's the morning dosel Labor, bustle, care ull banished, And the only sound you dread Ii the breakfast bell's rough clamor, Routing from tbe Sunday's b*d. Poets sing of early morning, Heathful, active, fresh and fair, Riches reaped, Industry's harvest. In the morning's early airWell, ln week's days l...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

■ „ ~., rooms bow occupied i Foa Rent.— i . , , |_ T the -Native *■*'•>■•"• Appl> to 1.. ■ Bruce.' - ■_. ... ,iriT-i.s. an old (indwell ___. ';Vii'/4 ,,f or,, "K'- c - "- ' iiill '"' ; _____Kllowif citl/ , , , I __T_ in. J" Saturday last. I ■thai j I /-We are requested by M I ■ ~, to return his thanks I 'linen who nominated liiin f. It ■ the 20, | ,/ iii '('nn'' ' b . anil to say 111 ■ ! ."" 'ye* ore inch tint he respectful I hi* <j [ il.c ' Jk ('. R, R The Fttderf-tcab-i B_( wibl says that alion; a mile of r.il I jli'i'ii hi i] »t that terminus of tl I Ll so im'. The Company expect t I .in.li '•• tlie pied s" lur a-' Orunjie < WA.. by tie tl st ol September. H. To wash II .iit Brush re.—Kever u» ■ftrster. Take .1 piece of soda, uml ilia Hh.-iic it in w.inn water. Stand 11l n«li in it: tike care Iln ivittei fo'icln III"' bristles. It v ''I' iilnio-l iistanl By become wli te ami clean. Piiiei' if i uir to dry wilh the'.rictles dowi ami jt w...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 May 1870

IN' lIED. h.n the tiresome week Is over, Wearied limbs then ask for ease; o grim task Is then before yon. No one but yourself to please. How delfclous, then tho feeling That dawns through the drowsy head, Of a rust unlir.ikc, unsuninioned, Sunday morning ln the bed. And such fancies thron| iirnund yon, Half asleep nnd half awnke, lilm deflned, yet all so pleasant— Fancies like the dawn, opaque, Waking dreams of love ninl fortune. Brighter far than Sea be said, Give a, foretaste of elysluni, Sunday morning ln the bed. And the early sounds contrasting, Add still more to the repose; Praise who will the early risers, Sweet r still's the morning dose! Labor, bustle, cure ull banished. And the only sound you dread Ii the breakfast hell's rough clamor, Routing from the Sunday's bedPoets sing of early morning, Heuthful, active, fresh and fair, Riches reaped, Indus try's harvest, Iv the morning', early airWell, ln week's days let's admit It; Think how soon one's life is sped, Let poor n-orud...

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