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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 June 1881

" C A A A f jt- > jL , j^' Y H-' H H H H I ■ H V I ■ H \ j ** y^V OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. J- £gt |effersoman, ifBII i«OK*l'»0 Prank n. Biaksoiii & co. proprietors: I T. N. BABKSDALB, A. B. BLAK3SY, W. 0. FBY. (« Tmt*ao»stfßSOßiPTiois— mADVAWtoit: • l5J| copy thr«e iwontht }0 i On«oopyon« 35 ObtTBS. Tin ooplei on* year, each ..—II 00 ! 1111* not required that Club* be made up at One pont-offlce. , • Payment md»tadcdrttpany every order. A eopy of the paper furnished without onarte to tnose who raise Clubs; If prtSMrred, commission will be paid. iiuu.j.nk.AH Al I subscriptions to be continued at the Option of the publishers, unless all arreareges Are paid up. Aapeolmen eopy lent free dh application. ■ Traniiittt iUtM for AlyerUling. OAA »Aikaref<inelnch) one lneertlon $l.OO Two sadifW (two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Uecal ad vSrtlte inert tsspyenty-llve cents per >aQfur# loWfttohi M>Speolal contracts Mide for adVertllSmentsfdr a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 June 1881

I ~ --- , - OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. J- ittt Jcffersotuan, U w PUBLISHEp 4VEJI* WKDMESOA* HORJfiJIQ' BY FRANK N. BARKSDALE & CO. proprietors: ?. N. BAUKSDALE, A. B. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. {• THRMSOF SUBSCRIPTION —IN ADVASC^! •. ia e v^py, one year.., S1 00 ©ivfjoopy, ilx montnn. - .one copy three months «J ( * Onecopyone month -5 OLUns. Ten copies one year, each, $1 00 I IL is not required that Clubs be made up at One post-office. , . • Payment mitfttftccdriipany every order. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred* COrilmisslon will be paid. «v.»„va A 1 1 subscriptions to bo continued at the optlon of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy B®t!t fteo Oh application. fiatea for Advertising. flilo AAuare,(one Inch) one insertion 81.00 Two sqilitt-ssa (two inches) one insertion. 2.00 Liz ill advertisement# seventy-five cents per sr. niira for each insertion. contracts made for advertlsnmeutgfdf » lonifor t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 June 1881

J C|c f effcrsoniait. (Established In 1835.) BY F. N. BAKKSDALE & CO. This paper is entered at the Post-Olllceat Ciiarl«tte*Vllle, V»[, as second-cluBS matter. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 1,1881. Postal Irreverence. A gentleman named Curmichael wrote from Loudon, some days ago, a postal card to Senator Vance, on which lie requested that Senator to send him a-copy of his speech "on that damra dog, Mnhone.'' But this postal never " its destination. For it seems v ery fastidious or nasty nice he Washington post-office, -ara to be the reading clerk .ry ccnsor of the office, was se<l at the "irreverent" message on the rakiive, and instead of sending it to its owner, placed the card in the hands of the District Attorney. That gentleman, whose modesty appears to overbalance his brain, ordered the arrest of Carmichacl on a charge of transmitting obscene matter through the mails. The prisoner was thereupon examined by a U. S. Commissioner and sent on to the grand jury. The whole b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 June 1881

CJje Icffersfliuait. (Knabltsl'ed tn 1835.) WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1.1881. iiOOA.I. MATTERS. Agents for the Jeffcrioiiian. —o — Greene County, Mr: JOSEPH SMITH, tn Madison County, Mr. C. C. YAOEII. Tl«ese gentlemen arc authorised to receive and receipt for oil monlcß due this paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders fir nil kinds of work. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Day Malls close—Going South, 11.15 a. m. Going West, 11.30 a.m. Going East, 11.30 p.m. Going North, 4.15 p.m. Night Malls close for all points at 6.30 p. in. feunday Hours—Office open from 1 to 2 p. m. Malls close going South, 10.45 a. m. " North, 4.nop.m. Night Malls close at 1.00 p. m. . Money Order business closes on Saturday at 4p. m. No Money Order business transacted on Sunday. Office opens dally(except Sunday)at7a.m. Closes at 7.00 p. m. M. H. 8. LONQ, P. M. A New Crop for this Latitude.—A gentleman of this place is trying the novel experiment of raising a crop of rloe ill thia county. As it is an expe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 June 1881

Jeffcrsflitian. (Established i n 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper Is eutorod at. the Poßt-Office at Charlottesville, Va., as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1,1881. Home, Farm. A Big Hennery- A correspondent of the N. E. Farmer describes the hennery 011 the estate of Mr. John W. Brooks, at ■ East Milton, Mass., and the me chanical arrangements for hatching and rearing chickens: "The buildings consist of four ranges of coops, each one hundred and seventy feet long by fiftpen wide. The southern side is provided with large windows occupying nearly half the front side of the building, and also with sliding wooden ventilators, which can be all thrown open or closed together by means of a simple attachment of wire runuing the whole length of the building. There is room for 1,200 hens. The incubator used is heated by a couple of lamps at one end ; the eggs are in trays under a tank of hot water, and the tempera turc is regulated by a metallic rod over the eggs, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 June 1881

OLO SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. Cjje Jeffcrsottiatt, publishedUVBJiY WEDNESDAY UOKXINO lIY FRANK N. BARKSDALE & CO. PRO Pill BTORS: P. N. BARKSDALE, A. B. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. TICRtfS OF.SUBSCRIPTION— IN ADVANCE: Oneoopy,one year f One copy, six months One o-jpy three months Oneoopyone month 25 CLUU&. Tea copies one year, each m...-M---11 is not required that Clubs be made up at One post-ofllcc. Payment must accompany every order. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; if preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. One squaro (one Inch) one insertion SI.OO Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Leffal advertisements seventy-live cents per square for each Insertion. *S"Spoclal contracts made for advertisements for a longer period. JOB WORK.—Wo arc premred to do all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 June 1881

C|( ftffcrsoniait. (Estab.lshed In 1335.) BY F. N. BARKSPAI.'E & CO Tills paper Is entered «! thprosl-Ofliecat C i irlnttosville, Va„ as second-class miilter. V'EDNKSDAY, JUNK 11. IRRI. THE COMING CAMPAIGN. We commend the admirable address of Hon. A. M. Keiley to the careful consideration of all ConservativeDemocrats. It is a splendid paper. It lias about it the l ing of the I rue metal, and it appeals to the patriotism of every true Virginian. Let all who have the true interest of Virginia at heart reflect upon its sentiments and hearken to its excellent advice. The canvass on which we nre about to enter k the most important one condaeted' in this Slate since 18G9. Its issues underlie the very fabric of our social and political welfare. The peo pie will be called upon to say whether the fair fame of Virginia shall be tainted with repudiation and her Inline blighted by its accompanying disgrace; whether social order shall be black en id by miscegenation ; whether the col...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 June 1881

Cjjc Icffcrsanian (Kmabllsled in 1 53,1.1 WEDNESDAY, JUNK 13.1881. LOOAI, MATTERS. Agent> for tlie JeffcMonUhi ——o — In Greene County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH. In Madison County, Mr. C. U. YAGEK. These gentlemen are authorized to receive and receipt for all monies due this paper, und a'so to receive subscriptions uni.l rihlerfc for all kinds of work. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Dity Stalls close— Going South, 11.15 a. m. y Going West, 11.80 a. m. Going Kant, 11.80 p. m. Going North, 4.15 p. ill. Night Malls cloße Tor nil points ul 6 30 p. in. Sunday Hours—Office open from 1 to 2 p. m. Malls close going South, 10.45 a. m. " North, 4.00 p. m. Night Malls close at 0.00 p. m. Monet Order business closes on Saturday at 4p. in. No Money Order business transacted on Sunday. OOlce opens dally (except Runday)at "a.m. Closes at 7.00 p. m. M. U.S. Long, P.M. Svddkn Drath.—Miss Virginia Wiant. a sister of Mrs. Jesso W. Jones, died at the risidence of her brother-in-law, in this plac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 June 1881

Cjjc |eff(rsonian. (Established in 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper Is entered at thoFost-Ollleeat Charlottesville, Va., as seeond-clnsn matter. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1881. Manure, Clover the great Fertilisers. " Editors American Farmer '; As fertilizers, barn yard manure and clover are the main dependence of farmers. In our State we cannot 'make g6od crops without good manor'', or a good crop of clover. Our farmers' think it an impossibility to make mflnuVs' enough on the farm to manure nil the land they cultivate in corn, wheat,'tobacco, potatoes, &c., besides we whht' manure for orchards, gardens, &c. Next to barn yard manure is 'lover. It is diffjeut to estimate the value of clover. It is said that Bishop C'agf}<.ft '-was the first to introduce clover into '.his country as a fertilizer from ifSSUrppe. He was ordained deacon in |the Episcopal church by the Arcli- - sbishop of Canterbury in 1767, at -Lambeth Palace. There are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 June 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIIL }• Cjjt Jcffersatuan, l *■ PUBIjTSIIED BVsiV WEDNESDAY HORNING FRApi N, BARKSDAIE & CO. T PROPRIETORS: N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, _ °' FRY " ' TRttMSOtMUIISORIPTION—IK ArlvAfibK: , Onecopy.oiieyear SI 0? rjrlo copy, six months J> Urie oopy three months 50 Onecopy one month ; ~ 25 I' CLUBS. Ten copies d|ie yen: - , e.icl;, 00 not required that Clubs be inadaup at Onse post-ollice. payment must accompany every order. A CQpy of the paper furiil-slietl without charge <.o those who raiSaiUluLs; if preferred, commission,will Be paid; All sunScriptlcms tobe continued at the optil on of the publishers, unless all arrearages dro paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. > Transient .Eates for Advertising. One square (one inch) one insertion SI.OO Two siiuares(twolnches)one lnserlion. 2.00 Lieeal advertisements seventy-five oents per square for each insertion. ; ■ <p*-Special contracts lilade for adverti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 June 1881

C|c fcffcrsutuan. (Established in 18115.) 'BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. tills paper is entered at thePoiUOffiMttt C'i irlottcHVillc, Vn„ as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1881. In the innocence of his unsophisticated heart tho President is said to have asked Gen. Wickham whether, 111 his opinion, the Riddleberger bill was virtually a repudiation of any portion of the debt of Virginia. Gen. "Wickham said that in his opinion it was, and he might have reinforced his own opinion by a small fragment of Readjuster history. At the birth of the Readjuster party, which interesting event took place in Mozart Hall in February, 1879, Gen. Mahone said, "I would use my best endeavors to secure a vote of the people sanctioning n settlement at 3 per cent, for .fortyfive years on the basis of 832,977,090, mid this settlement being ratified I would enforce, &c., * * * because I believe it to be right.'* But then there came the McCulloch bill which took the wind out of hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 June 1881

C|e leffersontait (Kritatillsl.ed In 1835.) WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22,1881. local matters. Tbk Virginia Regatta.—At an adjourned meeting of the Virginia Association of Amateut Oarsmen, held in Richmond last Friday, final arrangements wero made for the regatta, which will take place there on the sth of July. Tho entries, so far, are the Olympics, of Richmond ; tho Appomattox and Cockade City clubs, of Peters* burg ; the Rappahannocks, of Fredericksburg, and the Rive's of the University. Messrs. Habliston, of Petersburg, and Hardy, of Norfolk, have oiitered for the single scull race. The Rives is working "earnestly to maintain its place at the head of the Association. The regatta crew is composed of Davies Coxe, P. C. Maseie, Goo. C. Grad« dy, C. L. Andrews, W. H. Eohols and John Redwood. They Will Vow ih their paper gig, forty-one (bet long by twentytwo and a half inchcis wide. , . A Fatal Accident At the Depot.—A most distressing accidcnt occufrtd on the depot yard of the Chesapeake and Oh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 June 1881

. • ->S r(o»i* - ": v< . ' • ,*' *• L i, ** • . _i fifr F. N. BARK6DALE&CO. Tills paper la cute red at the Post-Office at Charlottesville, Va„ as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1881. Noxious BY PROF ,T. M MCI'RJ «:» . F.KSITV OP I RfN. Pari; green :■? \ - .'foubtcdly llio best remedy for the pota'o l ug or Colorado lvetl< This can be applied in the nay recommended under the head of the army worm. We have used it with decided success this year at the college farm. On their first appear- - ance the bugs can easily be caught and destroyed by hand. In the early morning, while sluggish and inactive, they can thus be killed in great numbers. We have about three-fourths of an acre in potatoes, and by use of the above remedies have kept them comparatively free of the beetles. It must he remembered, however, that, with •"liberty,'' so it is with success in agriculture or horticulture -■-its price is '.eternal vigilance." These remedies m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 August 1881

Skflmanian §|eplttm OLrt SERIES VOL. XXXYIII. J- <£{} c JefTcrsonian, PUBLISHED IbVEJIY W B I) S HS O A V WDIISINO BY FRANK N. BARKSDALE & GO. pitopitiETons: -P. N. BARKSDALE, A. B. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. TWRHS OF SUBSCRIPTION —IN ADVANtJte! One copy, ono year f 1 fane copy, six months ..........v....... 7j copy three months „....vmv..»'.w.y. 50 Onecopyone mouth .v. 25 clubs. Ten copies one yoar, eacn, .....Jl 00 , It is not required that Clubs be made up at One post-office. , Payment must accompany every order. A ?opy of the paper vAriMslicd without charge o those whp,rM*e Clubs; if preferred, comin Issiou will be paid. I All subscriptions to beenntinued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages ro paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient flatus for Advertising. One square (one inch) one Insertion $l.OO Two squares (two inches) one insertion. 2.00 Liazal advertisements sevonty-tlve cents per aquare for each insertion. <...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 August 1881

C|e seffersoiuan. (Established In 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE&CO. This paper is entered at the Post-Ofllceat Charlottesville, Vn„ as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 3,1881. THE PRESIDENT. The President's case wears a more favorable aspect now than at any time since he received the fatal shot. Since the operation of ihc 24th of July, his condition has steadily improved, and through a week of improvement his physicians think lie has gained some strength. The original wound is healing, while satisfactory discharges of healthy matter is being emitted by the artificial opening. His appetite is oga'n good, and some solid food has been substituted for the liquid diet. On Monday he was raised up in bed, and the change of position relieved him greatly. By the use of an electrical instrument knosn as the "induction balance," the ball has been pretty nearly located, but as long as it gives the patient no trouble, no effort will bo made to extract it. The surgeons and attendant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 August 1881

C{)e |tffcrsfliiian (Eslahltßl'id in 1835.1 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. 18S1 LOO\I. MATTERS. Religious Meeting.—The Albemarle Baptist Association will bo held at Fluvanna Church, Fluvanna county, on Tuesday, August the 15th, 1881. Tub Grape Season.—Tho grapes are reported to be ripening, and some of the earlier varieties will doubtless be shipped .North in a few days. Religious Notice.—Wo are requested to announce that Rev. Kinloch Nelson will preach at the Episcopal church, next Sun* day morning, at 11 o'clock. Attention Montickllo Guard i—AH {persons having any property belonging to the Monticello Guard aro requested to turn it over to Sergeant C. P. Wertenba. iker, before Friday night next. Richmond Wueat Market. —Good white is quoted at $1.27 and $1.28. Very good Lancaster at same figures. Common Lancaster at $1 10. Fultz, prime at $.123 and $1.25, good at $1.20 and common at .$1 and $1.17. Eoj.k Scores a Triumph.—At Saratoga, on Friday, Eole won a good race, with a f>urse o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 August 1881

&{je Icfftrsonian. (Established In 1815.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper is entered at the Post-Ofllceat Charlottesville, Va., as second'-class matter. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3,1881. H° me ' f" arm * fFor the JEFFERSONIAN ItEPUIIMCAN.] -Fruit Culture in Piedmont Virginia- According to the best of our inforfJilation and observation, if we were goJfig to designate the most favorable 'Climate and soil for general fruit cul'ture, we would, without hesitation, select the red lands of our Piedmont "Section. For size and keeping qualifies of the apple, some of the North■em States may excel us, but for pro- ■ ductiveness, color and flavor, there is no fruit region that can excel or even compete with the delicious fruits raised here. This being the case is it not surprising that our farmers are not more largely in this industry ? Is it because they suppose wheat and tobacco can be raised with less cost and labor, and more profit, and the chance for failure less ? If s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 August 1881

OL& SERIES VOL- XXXYIII. y ? »■' v Jeffcrsonian, PUBLISHED BVI AY WIDRRSDAT HOttJilKO iir FRANK N. BARKSDALE & CO. PROPRIRTORB: If. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. f anvfa or *tfasCiiii 4 TfON--i!f advance: sl 00 V}ne*opy f nix month* - 7j One oapy thr«p> month»,„. - 5 " Oneoopy one month-.... ™. 26 OIIUHB. Ten coplel one year, eacn.............. 00 It Is not required that Clubs be Made Up at One post-office. , Payment must accompany every order. A popy of the paper furnished without charge lo those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to be continued al the opofthe publishers, unless all arrearages a aid up. A specimen copy sent free on loAtlon. Transient Bates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion $l.OO Two squttros(t\vo Inches! one Insertion. 2.00 Leftl advertisements seventy-live cents per tqii»re for eaoh insertion. contracts made for advertisemenlifor a longer period. BUSINESS DIRECTO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 August 1881

CJ;c Jefftrsontatt. ( Estalj.lstHHl In 1835.) BY F. N. BA lIKSDALE & CO. This paper Is entered at the lVist-Offlceat Charlottesville, Vii,, as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10,1881. THE PRESIDENT. Another operation for facilitating the discharge of pus from the President's wound was performed by Dr. Agnew on Monday morning. Since that time the elevation in temperature has somewhat abated, and the patient is doing well. It 13 thought that there will now be no further trouble from an accumulation of pus. The physicians feel hopeful as to the future. The March of Progress—Will Virginians Join it? Our people are proverbially slow to change from the ways of their fathers. This peculiarity of Virginia character has been stiikingly illustrated since the late war. The wiping out of the ante-bellum labor system necessitates a radical change in our mode of farming for the successful and profitable prosecution of agricultural pursuits. The necessity of some change was so a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 August 1881

Cjje Jefftrsoniait. (KHlalillsl'pd In 1H35.1 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1881. LOO A.I. MATTERS. Political Notice. The members of the County Conservative Committee are requested to assemble at the Court House on Monday, the 15th of August, 1881. Important matters will be presented for their consideration. Jno. M. White, Chairman. Chronicle and Courier copy. Daniel Club.—We are requested to announce that a meeting for the purpose of organising a Daniel Club will be held at the Court House next Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Albemarle Association—Correction. — The Albemarle Baptist Association will meet with Fluvanna Baptist church, Fluvanna county, on the 23d of August, and not on the 15th, as stated in this paper last week. We make correction at the request of Mr. D. P. Powers, Clerk of tbe Association. Horse Thieves on the Rampage —The horse of Mr. Oscar Reierson was stolen from his stable in this place on Friday night. Mr. R. immediately instituted a vigorous search for the animal, and wa...

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