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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 3 April 1868

poetical" GENIUS. Far out at sea—the sun _v high, Wliile veered tlie wind und flapped the sail— AYe saw a snow-white butterfly Dancing before the fitful gale, Fur out at sea. The little stranger, who bad lost llis way, of danger i_frH«g knew; Settled awhile upou the mast, Then fluttered over the waters blue, Far t:ut at sen. Above, there glennied the boundless sky— llelieallt, the in .tniilless oeeitn sheen; Between then SatteM the butterfly— The splrlt-111'e In Ibis va-l seiiu-, I-'ar out at sea. Away he «ped with shimmering glee— Dim, Indistinct, pow |a_n, now gone; Niglit comes with wind antl rain—nntl be No more will dance before the iiioin, F'nr out ut st-.i. He dies unlike his mate, I ween; P — imps nut sooner, nor worse ■. rnsseai ; Antl he hath felt, niul known, and —in A larger life cotil hope—though losL Far out at sea. Wit and gumo- when <loos a man r. s emble a liorsc '! Wlicn he is broke. Wo are like a liorse. Matchless misery has been ,1 - - fliietl to be, to hnve a...

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. — 10 April 1868

T.I Illil*' #tTiirli»tt . »_ BAUBT _ -TOMB. T .,__,., ,/ ASvntTisiN o.—Tbefollo wing are rt.ir-__s »f Advert|il-g, which will, in mo i___«e _> departed from: __-nu__. (Ui ll ues or less.) Ist ir_erl'n ,11 00 Insertion, 0 50 {_»square 1-month liW Ua* -U»r* •monUi *W tin* square I mouths 5 00 Business Oards, eae year 10 00 !=,,!__■, 12 Months 1» 00 __ei_,nar_,Umon_s 25 00 U__-MIWBS, _____*, 40 00 Kir-oliis... 12 month. 70 00 OasVola-aa. U months IK 00 SB- Advertisemeals for a less time than ton* aieaths will be charged for at tbe usu __,_•—<•—• dollar per sonars for Uie first ln a_-on, and flfty s-nts for each subsequent laserMOD. Sta/The nan-beraflasertlem. must be mark ed on tbe manuscript, or the advertisement will be continued until forbid and charged l»r aaoordlngly. s . altimorr Cirbi. W*. H. in*MS. IRVI__ A. BUCK. ADAMS _ 111 « X, :i_l-.RTKI_ IXD JOBIIFKS O iHINA, GLASS A\D QLEE-iSWARE, ARD DEALERS Ut ___PB, CHANDEJ.IKKW, COAL OIL, _J.« Me. -3 7 Balllmar. .treat, __<_ ...

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. — 10 April 1868

-he 2JatiV- f ..giniittt^ ,«0 UlXdl- I. H :*~~ FRIDA- MOIt-ING,:::::.::::::AP_tII, 10. !_B. MiHSI'U'KII _AWS. Postmasters are required to give notice by letter when a subscriber docs not take his }._P— ■ front tint office; anal give the reason or Its not being taken. Neglecting to do so makes the postiinistcr responsible to the pult «_ ter ft.r the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from the postotfV-, whether he lias suns(Till ed or not, Is responsible for the payment oi the subscription. A person ordering .Is paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or tfie publisher limy continue to send it until payment Is made, •ud collect the whole nun unit, whether it is taken —-om tin. office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper and periodical from the post office, or removing nnd ,'eavlng them uncall ed tor, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. IMPERIAL GOVESNMENT-GEN. GRANT. Republics change into Empires by a very simple process. Cheap citi...

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. — 10 April 1868

*®_c i«t»« firflittwn. M01UN1NG,:::::::::::!APJUL 10, 1868. .___. I- - -i -- - LOCAL NBWS. ~Tt- m or _AUKWD.— Boy babies. N_inotiiß-^>i> olltionißni '" ,110 bo,l ° — See necro-i... What _»y k the philologist of the Dispatch? Vnis.it. KufisK-ox.—A flea-bitten mare,*nd a no-horn steer, (?ra_injr tsiiie by side in the Spring of the year. '•GEN I.EE IMITIIK Ol.l.tfoi.DlElt, "IIOW going the rouml ofthe papers, is a very bail version ol the anecdote in Dr. llio iij'i lecture on "Bacon nnil (Jreens" a botlt Uen. Lbb and the UoimoKe soldier. , -irk.—On Monday morning last, the | Dwelling, together with all the out house*, oi Mr. Wii.i.iih Wilms of Ilap- Idan Station, were destroyed by fire.— The work of au Incendiary. Ocr were delighted to r -t, a few days ago, from Mr. Vinpe .» ft's own lips, tlie assurance that the Pussenger Depot here will be replaced b/ a really handsome and commodious structure early this summer. "AoFtcoi,!."—The hist of the inter esting .ketches of this writer i...

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. — 10 April 1868

I rat. Mm. tavern door to me r| nglng sides— j iß ank! face on I ler eye anmpt of this? lame I Idling, again, 11 -ring heel. ut all on lamps, eem small; _ ty here I . i ____. arc like broken runs out nt them. I'crrence between 1 afternoon shad other lengthens, g told lie mast t>c lie replied. "P mended?" ss each other an ,'irls have nolhii n have. iy.i lie believes ton; buthe wan g the men. • marked of a la ad to him. "P ntloinan." )oe_ like a ba ia among keys I scarce at fa talks anil a hue 1 • grove, ustic. to an ob on trial ; "W v but alienee, ai -iMjles—the mor more noise the ;r you can bei uts is the State o Will find It in on i," was the ai rived a letter I polled "wether. _t-peil of weath make one cold of bronchitis itis one mahoga r recently grain i imitation of oa nrtli leaves ant >p of acorns. I conversant wit one of his reuse alined : "Jeop. 9 in tbe world It - says that th vc o'nlv killed late treaty, ant ie new guns pre con mission ers d son of the Ma sciitly visi...

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. — 17 April 1868

(|_t £a I i r t . irq i n i a v . BT BAOBT A BTOFEK. ____ »f X ov_nTisi-o.—Thefollowlngare our terns el Advertising, which will, in no lastause, b* departed from : One square, (10 llnesorlees.) Ist Insert's, 11 00 _.__ii_____l Insertion, 0 50 one square it months hjOO On* saues-a Oaiuniks 800 Clue square (mouths, 500 BuslnsswOs-ds, one year 1000 Two saisares, 13mouths, HO 00 T __- H , h «_...ir_s,ia months, 25 00 Ouar-r eolamn, 12 months, -00 finifeolnssa, ll months 70 UO £3 Vol «a_a, 11 s_>nti_ 12500 jra- Advertisements for a less time than Mirer _»«alh.s wilt be charged for at the usu -, M tes —oae dollar for the tirst lu ser-oii. snd fifty seats far each subsequent Insertion. •A-Thcnamberofi— lertlens must be mark ed oa the manuscript, or the advertisement will b* continued until forbid and charged tor ascordl ugly. Baltimore t_ .u.s. f|. H. AIIA MS. IRVIMO A. BUCK. ADAMS Si BUCK, ?__-_—T„M ANll JOBBERS OF «H_,-,-L.-_Si\i\I)OUEE\_\VARE, ANll I.EAI.KI— IN ______ CHANf-KMER. COA...

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. — 17 April 1868

Ua- N « E C. „I ~* PHI DA V MOK.N'I-<),:::.:.-.-::.A_ KIL IT, I*. . NUW'-PAPBR 1. \\\ s. Postmi-ters are r. .inlreal to lire notice Irv letter when a subscriber .locs not lake ills lmiter rrum the olTlce; nntl ulve the reason Tor Its not lielnit taken. NetJleetliiK t" do so maka—tlie paistiiiuster responsible to the pub lisher for the payment. Any person who takes n pnpaT resularly from thu posta.lllce, whether lie hi— stibserlb <al or not, Ik re upouslblo for the p_yinc.nl of the subserliith.il. A person ordering his paper >11sc.nitliiue>l utiitt pay nil arrearages, or the publisher may continne tv send It until payment Is marie, uiul collect the whole nm. .tint, whether It Is taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing; to take a paper and periodical from ths post -fflce, or removing niul leaving them iincail .-•l for, is j-ti;_/__. evidence ol intciill —ml fraud. X . I t«_-*-_-r-MM^——> (HAM QOVEBKOE. Accepting military governmant as the best...

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. — 17 April 1868

t^twssssm s—---—■«___. . ' , ■■ . %\\t Wtflimim. OKAXItIK C. H : ■_sTsj tVCOtKII MOltNlNG.rritiri-itrAPRII. 17, ISJH. LOOAL NEWS. - CoNKinMAtiox.— Right Key. liimtoi' Johns, will vi .Tt this place and admitii.. tor the rite of coiiliiniittloii to about twenty peisons, on WbdiiM'dai' next, at 11 o'clock, A.M. Oi.__iK.--lt If stated that Mr. KAimotv, ■ the proprteror of the Exclmtigo lintel, j h»g given place to Mr. Joskpu 11. llousk- i worth, on« of the owners ol the build- i Ing, wbo will keep it iv style. Eximikbh. —Mr. Uon.itT HiciiAitusov, - Who killed tlie negro Jack .lon-.- In self- • defence, was examined last week, and t -aliii'itlcd to bail in Uie sum of ?500, and \ s«nt on to the Grand Jury term in Au £U_it next. Hones.—lt is estimated that the ne groes, young and Old, hereabouts have gathered up between 40 and 50 thou sand pounds of hones during the last' | six weeks, and the cry is still ."they . come. Takis Noticn.—Tho ftdveitißeinents of Messrs. Jlobinson, Xkwman, Yati....

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. — 17 April 1868

THE BEWITCHED TEKEIEB. Bam Johnson was a culliul man, Who lived down by tlie sea; He owned a rat-tan terrier That stood 'bout one foot three; And tho way the creature chawed up rat Was gorjuss for to see. One day the dog was sliiinberlu' Behind the kitchen stove, When suddenly a wicked flea— A ugly little cove- Commenced upon his faithful back With many Jumps to rove. Then up arose that terrier, With frenzy in his eye, And, waltln' only long enough To itiuke a touching cry. Commenced to twist hlsself around Most wonderfully spry. But all lv vain, his shape was such- Bo awful short and fat- That though he doubled up himself— And strained hlsself at that, His mouth was half an inch away From where tbe varmint sat. The dorg set up an awful howl And twisted like an eel, Emitting cries of misery At every nip he'd feel; And tumblln' down and Jumpin' up, Aud turnlu' like a wheel. But still that owdacious flea Kept up a constant chaw Just where he couldn't be scratched out By any reach of p...

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. — 24 April 1868

Jll gn..Ki©ir|in_an. BT BA<-BT A _T__. EB. T_»__of A»TB_iri. me.—Thsflsll»w-.jar« ourwiw ef AdTSrtplag. wkisk will, iti c* i_,U4» ~ bs.lsuaitttl frsim: Otis sqaare, lis lias* sr lass.) Ist 1-S.srt'n, II M io-«rlio», ii » On. a.care m men ths -. UIK Onssquars I .unfiths IIX Ou«s<js»rs _ aiosUis I — HusiMessUu'd*. eseyaaj- WO. Twes«sar«,l_lsssutl_. _tl(Xl Tlu-ce sqsarss, _ u_ou__ia _..... uiuu'lti soles*. Uaivutl_s, 408(1 flail t«l.i», I_l mouths , 70 00 Vu* Hlas-i, 12 saou-us 13. 00 4»-A<lr«>Usst_isiits (er a let*, time than three iu.nU_. will be charged for at the usu al ales- «v* Soils.-iw ."are.lor the first in a< i -__, tuid U—r csals for each aubseqi—nl laser *io__. SfL-'l'lic smis WJ'cfiw-crt-t-lis milKt.bc inuirk a-d to. tkis Misuuscript, or the advert, -in. in will l>« eealisss* until forbid and charged forascTdißgly. Jal.im.n -.vi).. JfU. U. __»A_U. IBTIXU A. lIL-CK. AU4I.K J. B-CH, *I_tll'l'l-. ASB JtilllTM. Or MIN A, t&LiiSS AKB QUEENSWABB, AND DJCALI...

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. — 24 April 1868

Hafifo -Witiflittian. »0BAi.l! E C. H:~~ FIUDAV MO_-N'INa,::::::::::::Ari.IL 21, 1808. NEWSPAPER LAW-.. Postmasters are required to glvo notice by letter when a Bubst-rlber linen not take his paper from tlio office; antl give the reason ror Its nut being taken. Negli_ting to do so makes the postmaster responsible to the pub usher fur the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from tho postofll.e, whet her fie lias -iili.s.-rlli c'l or not, 1b respon/ilble lor the payment of the _nb_crlptlon, A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay nil arrearage*, ortne publisher may continue to send It until payment is made, and collect tbe whole amount, whether it It taken from the office or not. Tbe court- have decided that refusing to take a paper and periodical from the post •iffia-e, or removing and leaving tlitm uncall ed for, Is prima facte evidence of Intentional fraud. LU. XI 1 ._■.._-__» PHEPAEE FOB ACTIOS. In a few days, says the Lynchburg Republican, the battle o l the...

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. — 24 April 1868

ftftfW offtggtet»»e _*] ouaxg:; ('. II -.itfS) FRIDAY MOHNING,::::::::::::AI , KIL 2., 1808. _____ J '. - - Local news. l-KAii.--Anotliiri- of the negroes wiuiiiileil by tlie explosion at the Saw -ilill, iit'iir Mallory'l l'urd, tlieil a few days ago. ArPiiixTi-.it Aid.—l'\ W. Poor, Carpet bag delegate irom the County ol Orange, to the Scallawug Convention, has been ftppointed Aid to Oov. Wki.i.s, with the rank of Colonel of Cavalry. Cokfirmed.— Bishop Joiixs, arrived In this place on Tuesday, and on Wed nesday preached an able sermon to a , large and attentive congregation; after t which he, administered the right of con firmation to twenty candidates. The Fruit.—We Ixtve made various Inquiries about the fruit, ami from all we can gather we am led to believe that, while it lias been killed in some places, in others there will be plenty left on \ the trees. ] Jlan-kript Notick,—The impression seems to prevail with a great many that as tliey have been mentioned in the Bankrupt's sche...

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. — 24 April 1868

is«licaL " SPABX THAT OIBL." YiTOngtrter, spare that girl I Itlaa not those lips so meek; Unruffled let the trim locks curl Upon the maiden's cheek. Relieve her quite a saint I Her looks are all divine, Her rosy hiu Is paint, Hor form is orlnollnel She lovoe to be caressed, And woos you to her arms; Yonr form is often pressed Agaluet her glowing oharm ~ Bat, youngster, when with love and trust, Your heart la bursting full, Remember that her heaving bust Is stulT»d with cotton wool! ( ;A grinding tax—mill tax. A public square—a street light. Cold mathematics—l'oplar tri angles. Weapon s;of;th« v.orltl--tue eartb's axis. A black-balled individual—a baldbeaded negro. What i_»wer most resombles a bull's mouth T A cowslip. A man may ho called hard up when supported by a stone post. Does it make a man look intel lectual to bo in a frame of mind ? VTater reddens the rose, whiskey Uie nos-., and Jack Frost tho toss. A young lady gives her reason for raising a parasol in these words, ••1 ral...

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. — 1 May 1868

t\ t HaTiht . if ß ii..»-. BY BAGUY A STOFER. TnHKief ABTMiTiamo.—Thefollowlnt! ars oar terms of AdvertisliiK, which wIU, In no .'..Ti Ut insert-...11 00 Eaehsul*et|U«Bt Jn_-»rllon,.„ OM One«.iu«ro Li iii«ntus '**» On* square 0 months 8 00 Otis suoare » moutUa. ow lnisln»-s Cards, eneyis ..,.— 10 no Twosauares, tlmonllis wm TUnte squares, VI month i.O" Quarter srtamu. 12 wouMm _ 4000 flslfcoluuin, Uiuontl—, 70 00 Ousooluaiß, Uaiontlw I^soo o_r AdTsrUMinauts ter a less lime than __. rvr Hvoatlas will lie eli.irs—l for ut llis iisu »d _at««—oi_ dullar p->rsi)U»ri<_« the rtrst In ser-On,»na __r eeals lor each sutx-ripicut Insertion. » _o_i the -nnnuscrlp-, or the advcrtiKement will be continued until forbid and charted for accordingly. $aU.moft iscbf. wa ■• AIIAMH. IKVINiI A. 111 IK. AOARES A, RI'C'R, IMrOBTEK-l AND JOBRKMI Or CBIXA, GLASS AXDOIEEXSWARE, AND ni-.l_ll-l IB I«AA_-. CIIANDELIEIW. COAL OIL, A*. Ji». SST Bsltl»«" atrsßt, it ml 13 Herman Street, BAI.TUOH . MD WE are 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. — 1 May 1868

w»OBAXGb C. H:~~ riIIDAV MORNING,::::...::::::::::!* AY 1. IS6B. ._«-'.-i-:il LAWS. Tc-tmnsters are required to (?lvc notice by tmer wlien v snliscrllier does not take bin paper from the olflce; anal elve the reason tor Its not being taken. Neglecting to tit• so mulct's Ihe post 11111..ter responalblc to the pub ijiher for the payment. Any pert, id who takes it paper regularly from the poßtofllee, whether lie litis _u__rtb »d or not. Is responsible for the payment of the aubseriptlini. ||A person ordering hit, paper discontinue— iiiuet p»y all arrearages, or the pit 1.1 i .her may -O.itluue to scud It Until payment Is inn.le, nti.l collect tin- whole amount, whether It Is taken from thu office- or not. The courts hnve decided that refusing to Ukuu paper uud periodical from the pont i> —cc, or removing and leuviim tlieiti imciill »l for, in prima facie evidence of iuleiitloual fraud. HorF FOE THE SOUTH. If the tote rs ofthe North arc con tent With the management ot the Na tional a...

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. — 1 May 1868

II XJS] OR.-.6E ('. H : Wd KIUDAT MOKNING,::::::ittlll»«MAY 1, 18-. %J - ...'•! 1-00AL NEWB. Sr<i.i. if Tins.—lmp-cacli--s. Aud This Thl*.—Potigli! rit.itiß. Ax li.i.-Coktbivbp C'ibclk. —The At mosphere. Tint Abtss-ikian ExricniT-O-..—Amer ican r*rogres*. Hay* You ever observed tlie veal-osi ty with which call hi in.'ii Kct becomes beef!" Never beef-ore. Circcit Cotrt.—The May term of Ihi Circuit Court lor thi* County, will roimiieticc in this place to-day. Bam. Opjcnbii.— The canvnis in thi* < ounty was opeud on Mondity last, by n powerful speech from . .ri. Jamk* L. 1\ KMrKR, ot M.-ulison ('tintii r. Th* Next Timk there come* a warm • .HtH In February or March, we intend t.t l«y lv wootl and coal for an extr* r «r_y winter In May. The North Tole I- iKBt. Rkviva-..—A revival ha* been In pro- some weeks in th* Ilaptiat i hurch at Culpeper Court House, and i p to Friday last, sixty-one persons i I *ye professed conversion. Dr. Baoiit ha* gone lecturing. We I ope he will do well...

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. — 1 May 1868

Sodi.nl. AX IHEXPERIENCED SMOKEB , 0 1 Indian weed, Tohucc..bight, (But stay 1 first let me get a light.) The choicest gift the world e'er saw— (Confound this pipe I why don't It draw.) Thou art of plants tbe noblest gem; 1 (There's something slicking In the stem,) Tuy healing properties none doubt, 1 That knitting-needle's got it out.) -. Virginian leaf! Thou wcrt the causa Of Raleigh's genius (now tt draws;) Thou didst inspire his tuneful song 5 (Dear me I this MMfenye'S very strong.) •Tls with a feeling half of awe, (I don't think I shall smoke much more.)| _ Tobacco, I thy praises sing, 1 (this glddlnessllsjuot tho thing.) j Of human pleasures thou the crown I (I shall be better lying down.) Ob.Janodyne of mental pain, . (Tou don't catch me at this again!) "Men who have risen." | _Tl.ro- 1 nauts. A man. to speak liis mind, must i have oue to speak. ] A drunken haekiuan's motto : 1 ' _liek-liael--hock." j Can the bakers on a strike be called loafers ? j Tlie storm king is hard to...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 1 May 1868

§o.limte a* __ri_n____t__ nom. O I Indian weed, Tobaccohlght, (But stay I first let me get a light) The choicest gift the world e'er saw— (Oen-tHMtd this pipe I why don't It draw.) Thon art tt planu tbe noblest gem; l (There's something slicking In the stem,) thy healing properties none doubt, ■ (Phot knitting-needle's got it out.) Virginian leafl thou wert the cause Of Raleigh's genius (now It draws;) Thou didst Inspire bis tuneful song (Dear me 1 thts blrdscyc's very strong.) •T_s with a Mellng half of awe, \ (I don't think I shall smoke much _n<ir_.i( ', Tobacco, I thy praises sing, 1 (this glddtness;is;not the thing.) Of human pleasures thou the crown I (I shall be better lying down.) Ohjanodyne of mental pain, (Tou don't catch me at this again!) "Men who Uave risen." | _Ero- - nauts. ,- a man, to speak iii* mind, must i have oue to speak. ] _ drunken h.vkiuan'* motto : i _ltck-liaclt--iOck." Can the bakers on a jtttka b^ called loafers? j The storm king is hard to bear, . wh...

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. — 8 May 1868

Jiii |l ali h t oitgiit ia n . BY BAGBY A STnKI'.K. TKHSrrinr Anvr.sTisi no.—The following nre nur terms of AdvirrtiKlii-, which will, in no 1.,-l.ti.ee hi- .I.■parted Irtiin : !me siiuure, (iodines.irltss., Ist lnsirl'll,,l (« K_-.hsiilrs.rqu.nt ln-'rtloii ,«»;•_» One .usre B iiionlhs U « Ones inure « mon is „ M» lln* .uure 3 mouths ISOt MiiHlnissCraids one year 10 no Twosuuares, L-ioontbs Mtn Three squares, 12 uioutli* iiOil onarter eolumu. I_iii<mt4 «>W fl.lf colusin, Ul mont lis 70 _ One column, 12 months li.im «a-Adver_l_-ment« for v less time tli.-ui Miree niontlis will be cliuruetl for nt the ÜBU ". ™tes one dollar p,.rs.|imre lor Ihe first in sertion, slid ftlty cents lor each subst-picnt insertion. •»-Tlie nnmherof Insertions must be iiiark edon the manuscript, o, the advertisement will In- cauiiimietl until forbid and charged for ascordlngly. B;iUtmott Catfts. WM. H. ABAJIS. IBVI.MO A. IIUCK. ADAMS & 111 « X, IMPOItTKItS AMI JOnilKltM OF «A,_L_SBAXDiJLEEXS\YARE, ...

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. — 8 May 1868

______— -. — -. —: 1 Ha!Uie iEi.gli.Utt. ~,0 RA- (. 1. C. H:*"" Ir-UI.AY MOI-NIN .t,::::::::::::.::::._A.Y 8, lWrl. NKWSPAPKR I.AWs. Postmasters ar. remilrc.l to give notice by letter when a _Qb_>nber does not take hl. lit.per frtun the office; mnl klvh the reason lor it. not Iteing taken. Nenle.-tlng to do ho Inakes tlio postma .tor responsible to the piili -I.slier for the payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from tile postofTlc., whether he has HUlwcrlb i»d or not. In rt-Hi>on_ll)le for tho pay men! of the Hut-rtcrlptlon. ||Aper_<— ordering his paper discontinued must p*7 all arreunflsi _, or the pnlillshermay Continue to send It until payment Is init'lt-. aud collect the whole amount, whether It Is tnken Irtini the office or not. Th« eourta have decided that refusing to take a paper mwl periodical from the p..st niri—., or removing and leaving them nncull -01 for, is prima facie evidence of Intentional fraud. (AI)V-T»TI. KSH-NT.] ____ CHAHCX TO XA-C-E MOSET. ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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