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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 February 1868

MIXED UF. ••ve wandered through the vlUage, Tom, Along with Annie I .en, To listen to tho mocking bird, In the cottage by the sea. Rent's hay mare can't be beat While coming through the rye; Let me kiss him for his mother, Says the spider to the fly. Tha colored glrf and poor old Ned Now swell our nation- song; I'd oiler thee tills hand of mine— But taJke your time. Miss Long! I'm ioß_y since my mother died--Suaaana don't you cry; Ws is .dm .d J lag through the world, Tt»«— root hog or die. Hark I I hear aa angel sing. Ak I daddy, he's struck Ue— Vs'ta eueaiag, faUisr Abraham, Along *sli Annie Lyle. The msssft ■»/ ■other ased to sing, Tbe wearing uf the green— The »lrJ I wi Seated me. *rV _i» Is ssasaa slstesa. The atse yeuag nan and Fairy BeWe Are B—laglag tn the lane— In Oagttata » R* hta whlaksra _as marrying on the brain. Ws w_ n_y round _• dag, beys, For Jutiany stole a hamYankee Doodle, Hall Columbia I And I don't care a—cent! I When U silenct likely to get w*l? I when il re i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 March 1868

i _ t §;iti 1' t V 11 giui aa . BY UAdilY _ UTOFER. T_laßMof AUTKUTIsINO.- The following lire sur tonus sf Advertising, which will, in bo Instance, be departed from: One square, (lOlinusorlcss.) Ist insert'n,Bl 00 Use 11 nllb__Bi nt Insertion II 30 One's.usre 112 months 11 UO Ou« B4U—« 6 months 800 (me H'iiiiir* X mouths fiflO Business Curd*, one year,. w 10 mi Two s .nitres, _ months, _ 00 Three squares, _ months _ 00 .tlnrw-i oolumn, I' 2 moot—i 40 00 ilslf colnmn, 12 mouths, "Out) Osw oolusßU, — months 1— 00 49* Advertisements for a less time than Sarse months will be rlmrued for at the nmisl BBtes —oai- dollar rs-r square for the tirst litssrftun, and Any cunt* for euich subsequent Insertion. tfflu Tlie nnnsbcr sf insertions must be marked on tho mnuuscrlpt, or the advertisement will be continued until forbid and charged for accordingly. *j:iltimorc i.uiis. fg. X, —IX9. IRVINO A. BUCK. ADAMS A BITCH, ;i_coi«tk—) ash jubbbi— or «IXA,.LASSAXD(]IEE.\ T S\VAIIE, AND DKAI—IIH IN _A_n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 March 1868

_L . ... .. . ~*M) X A Nil E C. H:~~ rfUDAf MORNINC,:::::::::::MARC'H G, ISOB. ' GENTS FOE THE NATIVE VIEGINIANTeyton 4 Slurke and W. 11. Ryan, Esq ' rnltiiiiore, Mil. J. Wall Tin ncr, Richmond, Va, llooe _ WcililerlHirn and X. T. Beekltain. Alexandria, Va. Latham lirothers, Lynchburg, Va. I'rof. B. Let niaiiton, (loriliinsville, Vn. Slid. A. M. O'llber, Bit— llftmi, Va. f'upt. <_'. 0. Wertctibuker, Charlottesville. T)r. E. M. Mi Murrnn, t'lilpi-prr ('. 11., V_ Uenertil Terry, Liberty, Va. Mathews _ I'uuleti, Wytlicvillt', Va. I'npt. W. liordoii Mct'utje, lVli'rslnirg, Va James flurron Hope, Kst|, Norfolk Va. i V. B. Prcntis, Ksi|, Suffolk, Vn. I fleo. Rag by, __, Tnppalmiinock, Vn. A. A. Little, lv_, Fredaricksliu _, Va. Msj. B. p. Nolhml, K_—lsbarg, Va, Arthur Stephen*, Esq., Stanart—Tllle, Vn Tlio:n ii I'.W.-i'.l-i-e, E _~M.i lis mO. H, JOB IVOBE. We arc now prepared to execute ' promptly all kinds of .lob Work, anil ' respectfully ask our friends to give M a trial. Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 March 1868

Fhj gtotire -firman. yi-OKAMii: C. mt PQ riUDAVMORNING,:::::::::::MAR( 11 li, IMS, LOCAL NEWS. Rkau the letter of Capt. Siiapul_ ou tbe first page outside. Ota PABMt-f might furnish u» many lntcrestliift Items about their crops „c, if they chote. We wish they wo'ilil. Thk Globt or Obasok.— (Jbant'h father utetl to teach school in this County, In the family of Tut Sham or C«_*—__—Edwin M. Stastok was born at Stevcusburg, In ilie County of Culpeper. lagCNSi:.—After a night ot hilarity, comet a licy-ilayke. Woodt himself, wbote punt have to be explained by diagrams, cannot equal the above. llu- I _ic«.—Mr. SBunox Jonbs of this County has sold his tine riding Itorse to a millionaire of Richmond lor the snug sum of $410. Tat WmtA* hereabouts li.is been a good deal injured by the late t_*W and freeze. Had we not better gl.'e up wheat, and adopt rye or barley instead i A nuns It.— Stokib. ol the Observer, admits that we do pay !■ Orange 6 to 10 cents more per bushel >*&g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 6 March 1868

"!^lS^^" ,^™^~!^ ,I, _____?___s^ COHTEHT. A mrc old fellow seldom seen Within the chambers of the groat, Who llketh best n modest mien, Preferring deft to silver plate; Old chum of mine, we break our fast Together iv the morning light. And when the busy duy is past. Moot by the hearth again at night. The roof that (bolters his grey head, I'm sure Is ever hallowed. He often wanders in disguise, ii You cripple, all awry and bent, Clad In a tattered suit of frieze. You'd hardly think our frieud content; Or that rough man who halts to put The little barefoot sweeper's head; And leaves a coin Inside his hat, That robs him of a slice of bread; Thu sailor, he whose horny palm Just fluug the shivering beggar alms. The honest sparkle In his eyes, The heart of gold that throbs within He cannot cover with disguise. Whatever garb he clothes him in ; I've seeu him when the sky was black, And by-ways splashed with falling rain, lletnllug beneath a tinker's pack, Trolling a cherry old refrain; For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 March 1868

I _ t_SI »»i t* i Biigiuiart. BY BAQBT A BTOFEB. T*_mb of Advertising.—The following aro our terms ef Advertising, which will, lv no lnstauce, be departed from : Cue square, (lOlluesor less.) Ist lnsert'n, $1 OO Each subsequent Insertion 050 Onesquare li! months • 12 no Onwetuarc 6 months Him one square S mouths fi 00 lluslness Cards, one year, 10 00 Two squares, 12 months, KIOO Three squares, 12 months, •'iw Quarter column. 12 niuuihs 1000 Hull column, 12 months, 70110 One column, 12 months 12.100 MM- Advertisements for a less time than sVioe mun iiio * ill lie charged iur at me usual sates— ok dollar yer square for the first insertion, and fifty ceuts for each subsequent insertion. *• .The number of Insert lons must he markedon the manuscript, or the advertisement Will be continued until forbid and charged for aecordiugly. gattimort Curbs, wm. n. a hams. ihvini; a. buck. ADAMS & HICK, ;iItPoI!TKKS AND JORIIEBB OK 6HIXA, GLASS AM) QLEEXSWARE, AND DEALERS IN LAMPS, CIIAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 March 1868

mt Satire f injiniatt/ ____wOIIaSGS C. Biw" FBIDAi - MORNINQ,::::::::::MARCH 13. IH*B. SEWSFAPK.II LAWS. Postmasters are required to give notice by letter when a subscriber does not take tils paper from the office; and give the reason For its not being taken. Neglecting to do so makes the postmaster responsible to the p«bllslitr for the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the postonlce, whether he has subscrllv ed—'4M»t, Is responsible for the payment of the subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages,or the publisher may Continue to send It until payment Is made, fend collect the whole amount, whether it la taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper and periodical from the post offlcs, or removing and leaving them uncall ed for, la prima facie evidence of lntentlona fraud. __. i a —i— A MODEL ORANGE FARM. Orange farmers are well known to be among the best in Virginia, and there are none bet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 March 1868

fyhs mtiw -f irflinian. ~lsM ORANGE (• H : t<r_) FRIDAY MORNING,::!::: ::_ARCH 18, 1868. . .-■■ ~" LOCAL NEWS. Ricollict that nt March Court the ladies of the Baptist Church will have a line dinner and supper. Make ready for the feast Wkathkr.—Unring the latter part of last and In Ilia begining of this week, we had some warm, close Spring-like ♦eftther—which we had to pay for [ through the nose. Pbims Tobaito.—Kinch has presented us with a package ofthe celebrated /•Peace" Smoking Tobacco, manufactured at Greensboro, N. C, which we WW tried and proho'.tnce A No. 1. That House,—Mr. A. Seddon Jones's horse was Bold by his friend, Capt. Phil. ______ to Mr. Abcheb AndebaoK, who bought it for a lady in New Tork. Is the Dispatch satisfied now ? An Italian named Bobo or Gobo, or some such name, has been going about the neighborhood, exhibiting a paper, "■which tells of shipwreck aud the like.— A word to the wise is sufficient. He is said to be strong and healthy, able to work. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 13 March 1868

A LEAP YEAR LAMEST. Bother I 'tis leap year, boys, Awful to think of It; Huln Is yawning, boys, We're on tlie brink of It; Victims to woman's schemes, Each of us, all of us, Sure as we are living boys. They'll be the fall of us. Fall of us, all of us, Bachelors, young and old ; Maidens are planning, boys, Nothing their tongues can hold, Planning all sorts of thingsAwful to think of It! Ruin approaches, boys, We're on the brink of It. Confound the girls, I say, Tyrants the whole of them— Binding us wretches, boys. To the control of them; Bhy of the witches, hoys, For we are weak you know. Worst of It they know ItShame I must speak it so! Popping the question, boys, That's what they'll do to us, If we but give the plagues Half a side view of us; ted lips and sparkling eyes. Well, let mc think of It; elghl sweet ruin, boys, I like the brink of it. Wit uud gwwfc When is a ship like a counter felt I When she forges a head. He who marries a widow will lave a dead man's head often thrown i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 20 March 1868

C.i _P a i i h t P i rg i n i ;i n . UT BAUHT A ______ Tn«<sof \jjr*HTi*ixu.- Tin following arc our terms ef AdvertinluK, which will, In ho Instanr . b* departed frinu .- One ■ntuire. (10 liu_or Ik*k.) Ut Inwiri'n, 81 Oil Knell »Ulw.ueat Insertion, SjO One .usre izainnt-* i.uu li-H*" « month* — „ »«1 i>uc_!|i_rv 3 mouth*,- SUO ljilHlnsa-Osrd-, •*>« veto-, luon Tvun)**! . l__iniiih« _ on Three **j_-S«, Uma.nUi* _._ owrtsr Mlams, 1-mouth* 401X1 tlali-•!■_■, 12 month* 70 00 Uu«t-ol«__, _tmtinih«, lii UII «T_d-ertl»<_--„ for a In* lime than __» month* will be ch«r_etl for at the usual Mill otto dollar periuiiiitro fair the llrM !n---mt—on,and ill— twills for etia-h t0i1.■..-..... ... Insertion. «_-Theniu_b-i.flusirUonsiiinsl he mark <al en the manuscript, ur the .ilverUm-muni will lie continued until forbid ami charged lor i—cordlngly. *K p *"K=r ? """ , |UUi .JH tl atr.s. WIS. H, AIUMS. IHVIHU A. lIVCK. ADAMS _ 11. CX, 'iWOnTKI- AM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 20 March 1868

-a_pß____W____Bßß^_- ___■__—ana ?JUc gatit'c i T mthua«. r v >« X C H _*~~ • rUIDA. M0_..1N(1,:_.::.::-AI-'H 20. U*. I imWHPIFKK LAW*. f Postmn»ters ar# rciiulrt. to give notice by ' lelit-r when _.suii.-rlber titles not lake his , I*l—r rra.in ll— oillaa■; niul alve ths reason tor it*iii>il»'liiK taken. Ni'itiet-ting to do *«• iiinkt-M the uoHtmi—ter rfsponsibletothe pnblUher for the pity itit-i.t. Any person who take* a paper regularly , from the piaitoffl-*, whether lie no* suliscrlh ral tw not, is _.*r.onialble for the p«yini'iit "I < __sutuscript lon. A person onlerln* 111* paper dUcaiutlnueil must pay all arrtwrnge*, or the pul.Usher may ] ■continue tv *en<i It until payment U maale, , anal eolleet the whole Amount, whether It is lliken from the olflee or not. Tbe courts have deeiala-al that refusing to take a pa|ie r anf-pcilodtcßl rroni the pn«tol_e*, or removing uml leaving theui.ane*ll- . - »>r, i* pHintt forte e\ itle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 20 March 1868

tht gatire i'itfliniatt. . QJf} OK AXI IE t'. HI vt_) i V-ID.-Y MOIlNIN",-:::-:"*' , 'R'*l '_, l*«*. LOCAL NEWS. ■■ ~ -' 11 I.itti.e's Wit I* dry because It 1. 81- li WNtx_ SaNI.T. 'i Cijont- SrtiNiii.Kß.—Mr. Hi _• ha» 3 jiresenti'il us with a patent rubber a ('lot!-. Sprinkler—a very useful arti- rcle for the luiindi v—h.r whli bwc thank hiirt. ! '' ._.!..- OvßUAii.aoiti. — Mc shall be pleased t, to hear from our EroUcricksbui-j; brcth- _; cren eonccrniuK tbe iiiilncnl liom here | to thn' plucrv When will It !>• begun, v «n tliiislicd * « ir • - - M .—The late warm w-ithcr ha* "i brought out the wheat beautifully, but j It U too early .vet to pi-edict with ccr- ' tainty the quantity or quality of the ■ «*•_• _ t Tin: M-ii.imi. Auts.— Orimjfe Conn- i tj can boa-t no less than lour A_rrl_ii- J* tural-im|ilciriciH estublisluuciit-,Jo wit. I. JlticiT's, ilovtiis A Josfcs, VV. (.'. Si-ott'B v and llier'*. What other county can boast as much:' Tfgvir S*i.i.rr. —ft soineof ourc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 20 March 1868

poetical' A LOST CHORD. BY AllEI.AIhi: PKOCTOR. Seateal on* day nt tlie organ, 1 was weary and 111 at e_ie, And my linger* wandered Idly O'er the noisy keys. I.db not know what I was playing, T)r what I was dreaming thun; And I struck one chord of music, lAke the sound of a greut Amen. It flooded tlio crlniaon twilight. Dike the close of nn angel's pealin. And It lay on my fevered splrtiC Willi a touch of iuiliiite culm. It ni_ite<.T pain, and nor row, Lilko love overcoming *trlfo; It seemed the harmonlou* echo From our tli*cordaut life. It linked all pa-rplexotl menulug* Into ono perreot peace, And trembled away Into slleueo A* If It were loth to ceuse. I.hii-e Bought, but I seek It vainly, -tint one chord' dlvlnev That came from the soul of the organ, And cntt.cd Into mlue. It may he that ilenth's bright nngel Will Hpoi_ lv that chord ugtiiu; Il may he that only In Ilenveu I shall hear that grand Amen. A stlch tlmt tlocsu't save time —a stich in the sitlc. Slight of han...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 27 March 1868

C|_t § a 1 t p t H i r g i ii i ii n . BY MAUI!T * BTOFER. T_J_H - ADVSKTISINM.—TII« following drat our term* ef Advertising, which wilt, In ac luHtanoe. has departed -tun: One square, tin 1 lues«r less.) lat tneert'n, 11 M Ka. It subs, .at-at Imwrllon, _ * _ line *f|i_ru 11 month*, IjtW tln«sa.|iMU- . months *_> flue square I mouths _ 600 l!uidD_aCords, aaeyear, 1000 Two «qS—_*, _ months £0 (JO Three .aares, 111 iuoiiUi* _00 O—trier _>ie_n. _ mouth* -00 Half c_.lu_n, l_ months, 7(1 Ul One eolaesa, _ mouth* _>_ _r- Advert-eineaU for a lees timo Ulan t-at —• uiv'ttatit will be charged tor al i lie usual _._» —oae dollar pernquurt. for the first I it - »«-tton, antl fifty _nt* for each hulm—quent Insertion. *%, Tlm numbereflawerllnn* mn*t be marked on the niunusiTipt, _ the advertisement will he continued until forhitl and charged tur accordingly. l_L-_i .- 1 - I. ... " "' Baltimore <£ u.s. __, H. ADAH*. IRVIWU A. 11CCK. ADAMS Si. I-IIK, AND...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 27 March 1868

-_.{>n aMI E C. H :*""• ' FBIDAi' MOU-INO,::::::.::: MARCH 21. I*6. ' NEWSPAPKH I. HI Si. Postmasters are required to give notice by letter when a sulist-rlber tlocs not tHlte his pitpor from the office; and Kite tlie reason lor Itsuot 1-lnn tnl.cu. Xe K lt .ling to do so -nukes the postmaster responsible to Ihe publisher for the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly froia tho postofllce, whether fiebas subscribed or not. Is responsible for the payment of the subscription. A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or I lie publisher may continue to send it until payment is matte, _nd collect the whole amount, whether It la taken from the offlee or not. The camrts have decided that refusing fo take a paper and i-rlodicul from tlte posto___, or removing and leaving them micull©■l for, la prima facie evidence of Intentional fraud. i.l). , I. ■ 1..J I THE NEGKOProf. Agassi/., one of the greatest living authorities on matters pertaining to nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 27 March 1868

ORANGE C. Hi __>) J-tIPAY MiiltNlN". : - ::;! " lAit ''" g . f* B - i LOCAL NEWS. "l_-_nl-Rov. W. E. Hat<iii_. o' •Baltimore, will deliver a lecture on the .'Advantages of the Modern I lance," in j the Baptist Church at Gordonsville, on this (Friday) even lug Comfobtinu.— Last week we sent out jillls to some twenty-live o« thirt} resident subscriber*, who have been owing ns for a year, nnd every man paid up promptly— except 25 or 30. KKABINO."Mr. lIBSKV SI'IIARF wllj read Sheridan** Comedy of the Rival-, nt tlie _ i-Sbyterlan Chinch, Gordonsville, on this Friday evening . He will give two draui.itic readings in Lexington next week. N»w Advertisement-.—Time docs not permit us to notice particularly the now advertisements which appear In totlay- paper. Read for yourselves.Jiost of them are of vital Interest to this community. Further notice hereafter. . CorsTV Omcrs.-We have reason to more than suspect that the Radicals In the so-called Convention have determined...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 27 March 1868

§ffh-_r_t' IB MAIDENS PRAYER. She rose from her deliclou* sleep, And put away her soft brown hair, And In a tone aa low and deep A* love's drat whisper, breathed a pniyer; Her wow-whlte hands together pressed. Her blue eyea •hrltered in the lid, The folded linen ou her breast Just swelling with the charm* it hid. And from ber long and flowing dress —scaped a bare and anawy foot, Wbeae step upon tbe earth did press Like a sweat suowflak* sa.ft aud mute; She bowed that young and raatchtass form, And humbly prayed to be forgiven. Oh, God I 1/ souls as pure as these Naed daily mercy from thy throne— If she upon her beaded knees, Our koliest and purest one— Rha, with a _c* so dear and bright, We deem her aoute »tray child or light; If she, with those *oft t/»s and tear*, Day after day la her young yean. Must kaaal and pray for grace from The*, How hardly, ir sb* win nut Hcavan, Will our wild error* be fairglven. Wtt ittl gumar Often a man drive* a pair ol grays, while he -ti_aai.il' la d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 3 April 1868

——————— -——a—— f |_j t *t s I i h i 0 i r 9 i it i a n . I BY BAGBY <_ arovKn. -.Jiaotof Advkktisi.vo.— The f0i1..v.-lmr.-ire our terms »f Advertising, width will, In no inslaliee, be deltaitt-tl from : «»nc»(|'nare, (10 linesorless.) Ist Inscrt'n, *t (Wl Knelt subs*."—it Insertion ~ Uoo line anuare 1-loonvUs «Ji—*t|iiniv t. t. ...in . X (Ml (>ne square 8 mouths st*i I'.iisiness Cards, one year, 100>> j Two*n_ir_,_aiontli*„_» jnfti i Tltre. -equal.-*, VI mouth* 3b- I ijiinrier col«B»u, !-mi"ui- ..lav 11 ill. olu«*u. Vi months \_\Ty™ 1 (mc,-. loam, 12arusnttt OS,- AtlVfiiiscmt »t. for a Mlm|MKlimn tbree moatli* will be euargett nl ulaa—oae dollar pel stint, „i thon, ttiKl ilfly cent* for each su_f .item Insertion. OTuThennrnlierof Insert lons must be marked oil the tnunliserlpt, o. the advertisement willi— oolitlnuetl until, forbid and ehuirged lor I—cordlngly. . _t,i._-t t-.iriij. WM. 11, Al-_*. TKVINU A, Ul .'( la. j 4114 IIS &amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 3 April 1868

wO BA N - S C. H :#~- FRIDAY MORNING,::::::::::::: APRIL 3, IHBS. lEWIPAPKB LAWS. I'a—tmusters are required to give notice by letter when a subscriber doc* not take tils paper from the office; and give the reason for It* not being taken. Neglecting to do »o make* the postmaster responsible to the panll*her for tlio payment. Any person who take* a paper regnlarly fruin the postofflc, whether he ha* s«_crll>•d or not, is responsible for the payment ol the subscript Inn. A person ordering hi* paper discontinued must pay all arrearage*, or the publisher may continue to send It until payment I* made, nnd collect the whole amount, whether It 1* taken from the office or not. Tho courts have deckled that refining to take a paper and periodical from the postoffice, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, _ prima facte evidence ol Intentional fraud. FOR EMPEROR ULYSSES 8. QBA-T. Three delusions occupy the minds of that small portion oi the American people who arc able to think s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 3 April 1868

=r -_iß ORANGE CH: t«-i) PIUXUY 8, lstß. LOCAL NEWS. UriwT Lkvki..—The gutter. Than*?.— A lady fiieud will please accept our IhMlkl for a basket of tine potatoes sent 11s on Tuesday last. Saw-Mii.i..—Capt. Tom Pevton lias liis Mill i 1 full operation, and is prepared to unw fill kinds of lumber at the shortcut notice; To iuf lli'Nd.—Plve negroes have been kentciiecil to be huiig fur the inurcer of Jir. IVooten, of Warwick County, in September last. _ AK_rii.i.K .fot'RXAi. wants to know j tf'"Ballet" is the right way to spell it.— j Why, no, Doctor; "Tuniinp Sallif is j tbs most the properist way lutto Kpell ; n. -'itiidiiawx.—Mr. toil. Ukvehi.ky'.s farm, formerly Mr. Ran W 11.1.1sVi, lias 1 been »-h_rawii from market.. He has J lately been offered «40, per acre cash hy j • Xcw York party, but asks $15. S-1.10. Town Loth.—VV. IV. •■BUM. I Esq., for Mrs. Kkad, on Satur- t 0»y last sold three lots, containing half J acre each, at the following prices:—Lot s No. 1, #2-0; Xo. 2, #130 ; X...

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