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: Jeffersonian Republican Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 593 items from Jeffersonian Republican, 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.
593 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 August 1881

%\t |tffcrsoitian. (Established In iH.'ft.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE&CO Tlito paper is entered nf tho Pout-Office at Charlottesville, Vtu, ns second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, At'GTTsT Id, 18X1. Home, Farm. [l.ynchbnrs Advance.) Grape Culture and Wine Manufacture in Old Virginia- Lovingston, Nelson Co., Va., ) August Ist, 1881. j In connection with this now so rapidly increasing branch of industry in this State, we would make mention of a vineyard and wine cellar located in our old county, Nelson. F. Lcntz & Co., have a thirty-acre vineward at Livingston Depot nearly all in good bearing and constantly attracting the attention of the traveling public passing this place on the daily trains by its eminently picturesqe looks. The location of this vineyard is doubtless one of the most desirable, on a gently sloping mountain side, with excellent draiuage, aud facing due South. It was planted out in the Spring *of 1869,- by. Messrs. Ott & Lcntz, this being the f...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 August 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. €|t Jeffersoiuan, PUBLISHED ***** WKUNKSUAY nOIIXING . ! BY fEINK N. BARKSMLE & CO. , lABKSD ALEA . ELAKEY, Ten copies one year, cach - 51 00 ' It is not required that Clubs be made up at One post-ofllce. •* iPayment must aeemrtpany every order. A ®Ojiy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; if preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions tobecontlnued at the oplon of the publishers, unless all arrearages prepaid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. , Transiont Eates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one insertion SI.OO ' Two squares (two inches) one insertion. 2.00 Legal advertisements seventy-live cents per square for cafih .insertion. contracts made for advertiseiftdnibfor a longer period. ,I()B WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds or HOOK A,ff U.TOH PRlNTlNGatshort n tl.it'.e. Orders from the city and surrounding c inntry will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dentists. JOSEPH &a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 August 1881

C|c fcffcrsoiuan. (KstaV.lshed In 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE&G'O. This paper is entered at. the Foat-Officeat Ciiarlotte*Villl, Vn„ as second-cIaRS matter. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17.1881. SIGNAL FRUITS OF AN ENLIGHT- ENED PUBLIC SPIRIT. The Valley of Virginia has been blesed with leading men of great public spirit and practical wisdom. Such as the Hon. Mr. Miines, of the Shenandrah lion Works, Maj. Jed Ilotclikiss and the Hon. A. H. H. Stuart, of Staunton, as well as a number of oth- ers whose names we have not space to record. The Hon. Mr. Miines came to Rockingham county from Pennsylvania since the war; made himself thoroughly acquainted with the mineral resources of the country, and at once set to work to make them known; to get capital from abroad to develop them ; and by his persona! efforts and private means to ensure their development. He worked with intelligence. What has been the fruit ? The Shenandoah Valley R. R„ which, passes up the Shenandoah River, ftear the west...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 August 1881

ftjje Jeffersoiuan <KflUMilißl<ed In 1835.) WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1881. . LOCAI- matters. Political Notice- . Th« members of the County ConServa* tive Committee nre requested to assemble nt the Court House on Mondaiy, tlio sth of September, 1881. Important fnatters 'will be presented lor their consideration. Jno. M. White, Chairman. Chronicle and Courier copy. The Daniel Club. A meeting will bo held ftt tho CcuVt House, on Thursday night n'tfxt, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a Daniel Campaign Club. All voters who 'desire the election of John W. Daniel arc invited to he present, and to join. Let all turn out and inaugurate tho club with a boom ! Diatii of an Estimable Yovng Lady.— Miss Ida A. Spooner, oldest daughter of G. Wallace Spooner, Esq., died at the residence of her father in this place, on Sunday morning. Miss Spooner hatl been severely ill for several Weeks of neuralgia of the brain, during which time she had suffered intensely. She was a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 August 1881

Cjjt lefftrsnntan. (Established in 1885.) BY F. N. CARKSIDALE & CO This paper is entered at the Post-Oflleeat, Charlottesville, Va„ as socond-class matter. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IV.IKBI. LETTERS TO FARMERS. Formation of the Soil, iv. The term agriculture signifying, working of the field, is well chosen, nud should prove a constant reminder, thnt however varied is the occupation bF a farmer, in this lies the most important portion of the work —of all the conditions which determine success lu cultivating crop'', that of the soil is most readily modified and made subservient to our will. In order to be able to improve it, ■we should obtain a proper understanding of the character of the soil, which lnaj' come from studying the manner in which it was formed and the nature of that of which it is composed. Since the main portion of the soil results from the more or less complete decomposition of rocks, just as we liavo innumerable variations in the Composition of the rocks, so do w...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 August 1881

OLD SERIES VOL, XXXVJII. }- Cljn Jcffcrsoiuan, PUBLISItKH KTMIU WEI)VK SL> A V llOltM.V'O IIV FRINK N. BARKSMIE & CO. PROPIUBToiIH: N. BARKS DALE, A. R. ELAKEY, W. 0. FRY. » TBIIMSOF •iUB.SniMPTIOS —IN AHVANt : O.ti o (iopy t ono ydai* 51 00 no copy, s 1:v nionths 7 > ilite copy three months 50 (jnooopyone mouth 2ft Of'UBS. '•'on copies ono year, c'lir*i; ?1 "() Tils not r*».inire»l that L'luhs l>c made up at. ' * 1)43 pOSt-Olllce. Payment must accompany every order. A ropy ol the piper furnishd without, charge fjo those who raise ('lubs; if preferred, coin•ii ission will he paid. All subscript inns t' be ocynti lined at tin- op--Inn of Ms»* publishers, unl< sS all repaid up. A specimen copy scut free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one inch) one Insertion SI.OO , Two s«iuar» , s(t wo Indies) one insert ion. U.o<> Levial advertisements seventy-live cents per hquara for each ins...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 August 1881

Cjjc fcfftrsoniatt. (SiUbiliked in 18.15.) BY F. N. BA RKSDAJJE & CO. Tlit« paper Is nnleretl ill the rosl-Ufticcat Ottuflottcsville, Vn„ as seeoml-elasß matter. WEtINKSDAY, Al fil'ST 2-1,1881. Madison, Greene and Charlottesville. FACILITIES ANI) ADVANTAGES OF TRADK, Since the construction of tho railroad from Orange Court House to Clinilatcsville, parties may leave Madison Court House after an early breakfast, take the train at Somerset and reach Charlottesville at 12 m.; remaining in town four hours to trade and transact business, and return home the same afternoon to late supper. The same thing may be done from about one half of the county, only it is more convenient from some portions of the county to take the train at Orange. Court House. The same is titic (iff tv twu—'hinb of (lie county of Greene, I'll is fact is a very important circumstance to these counties. 1* or much they have to sell, Chailottesvilje is a first class market. For good butter,poultry, egg«, go...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 August 1881

Cljc iefftrsonian (KHtabliHl-ed 111 1585.> WEDNESDAY, A.UGUBT 21. 1881. L.OQAI. MATTERS. Political Notioo- The members of the County Conservativc Comuiitteo are requested to assemble at the Court House on Monday, tlie sth of September, 1881, Important matters will be presented for their consideration. Jno. M. White, Chairman. Chronicle and Courier copy. Protracted Meeting.—An all day meeting was held at Shiloh Methodist church, near Ivy Depot, last Sunday. Revs. J. M. Anderson, J. C. Martin and Alpheus Edwards were in attendance. Mr. Anderson preached in the morning and Mr. Martin in tlio evening. A large number of people were present. The County Committee. —The Chairman issues a call for the County Conservative Committee to meet on September Courtday. Important business will be presented for their consideration, and every mcm.ber is requested to respond to the call. The following gentlemen composo the county committee. Charlottesville District—Green Peyton, W. It. Duke-:...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 August 1881

CJk Jtfftrsontait. (Established ill 1833.) BY F. N. BARKSbALE & CO. Tills paper is entered at t!he Pttet-Officeat Charlottesville, Va., as second-claSft /natter. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21,1881, Value of Partners' Clubs. Among the many excellent papers read before the meetings of the Connecticut State Board of Agriculture, one prepared by T. S. Gold, Secretary of the State Board, was an important contribution to (lie value of Fanner's Club's. The speaker remarked : It matters not whether the club is of village, town, county, or State origin. It discusses all questions con» corning crops, how to plow, what fertilizers to apply, how to cultivate, and how to protect from the ravages of insects ; it discusses questions concerning animals, how to feed and train them ; gives advice concerning diseases ty/ which they are liable ; it imparts information with reference to manures tind special fertilizers, and also concerning improved implements. Knowledge of this character is of great ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 September 1881

OLD SERIES'VOL, XXXVIII. J- Cjje Jeffersoittan, PUtfLTgIIED UfISJIT WBDNESOAV HORNING lIY FRANK N, BARKSDALE & CO. proprietors: P. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. TBltttS or <ÜBSiORIPTIOK —IN ADVANCE: One copy, one year SI 00 One copy, six months J' One copy three months o" Urteuopyone month. 25 ct.uns. £<Sn etipic.i one year, each - 00 , 11 Is not required that Clubs be made up at One post,-oinee. , . , Payment itlllst iveeoirtpaily every order. A ropy orthe ililiitir filrillshed wlthrtrtt Chai'Ke fo those who bilsC Clubs; If jjl'Cllsi'fed, etinilii Isslon will be pttld. ... All subscriptions tobeeontlnhed at the oplon of the publishers, unless nil arlenragts repaid up. A specimen copy sent free on Application. Transient Bates for Advertising. dno snuard (one Irtcilt) "lie Insertion-.....51i00 Two .squares(two Inched)oiltiltifcorilon. 2;00 L'oital advertisements seventy-tlve cents per Square for each Insertion. ... V*-. Special contracts mad...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 September 1881

C\t | offers oiuait. (E«tnb.lsnctl in 1835.) BY F. N. BA lIKSDALE & CO. This paper is entered at t lie Post -Office at Charlottesville, Va„ as sceoml-class matter. \VKI)NESDAY. SEPTUMP.EII 7, 1881. TEE PRESIDENT. No decided improvement in (lie President's case enn be reported tliis week. Without gaining materially in strength lie lias held his own, and was sufficiently strong on yesterday morning to stand the trip to Long Branch. His removal from the White House to the depot was accomplished hy placing his bed in a wagon, which was drawn carefully down the Avenue by hand to the depot, where a car [irepared especially for the occasion awaited him. Every pnsciblo means to make the journey safe and pleasant was provided for him. The Sun of yesterday, speaking of his condition says : Under the combilled influence of the extreme heat and the excitement over the contemplated trip to Long Branch, the President's pulse and temperatuie rose a little above the usual range yesterda...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 September 1881

C|\t leffErsßiuatt. 1185.1 ~ WEDNEBPA*. 188 L matTEns. Political No^W< The voters of Albemarle ecu."'"' nfc rc " 'quested to assemble at their respf *'■) vt " P ie " eincls on Saturday, the 17th of Sep. eni ]BSl,at 12 o'clock M.. to select, delegate* "' ll County Convention, lo he held at the Com house on Monday, tlie lßtli day of September, 1881, at 12 M., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Senate from Albemarle a»id Greene counties, and Candidates for ttfb Aofuse of Delegates from Albemarle. Haeh •ppeclnet will be entitled to one delegate for fifty voters, or fractions thereof in •excess of twenty-five, on Uie basis of the vote for the Mayelectornl ticket for Hancock and Knglish-, as follows: Onttrt-Hoosc 0 delegates, MontVcello Houre 'I, Lindav's 'l, Htdny I'oint 3, Eavlysvfllc 1, Jliaekweli's 1, Free Union 2, Whitehall 1, lry J i, North Harden 2, Covesvilie 1. Jlill*Wo 2, Batesville I, Howardsville l.l'orterfl k, Mcottsville 2, Carter's Hrldge 1, Milton...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 September 1881

Cjjc feffcrsoran. (FJstub.lHheO in l88ft») BY F. N. BARKSDALE&CO. Tills iifiperls entered at the Post-Office at OUarlatMMvtlle, Vn„ sis second-clans matter. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 188!. LETTERS TO FARMERS. Th# Composition of the SoilV. Having given some account of the origin of the soil, I will no.v discuss thnt of which the soil is composed, so far as we can observe by the eye ; we will therefore consider it as composed of the following five portions : Ist. Rock and pebbles : Usually it is because of the very slow action of the weather on such particles, that tliey still remain in the soil, and hence wo cauuot expect the soil to obtain any considerable amount of food from them. Moreover they usually consist of quartz, which practically does not decompose at all. Sometimes we can from these tell from what rock the soil has been formed. If of proper size, the rocks may be employed to build drains or stone walls and although usually so much in the way of cultivation and o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 September 1881

OLl> SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. J- €|jt Jtfftrsotuan, • POBLISttEt) ■ VI«T WBDHESDAT tIORSIIO nr FRISK N. BAHKSDALE & CO. PROPUIETORB: P. N. BABKSDALB, A. E. V. 0. FSY. , TIDItMSOrSUHSOBIPTIOS—IN ADVANCK: O no copy,on# yoar f 1 00 One oopy, six nionths 73 One CJpy three rttdritHS 50 onecopydhb lridiith ::;i; 25 bhcriS. T»n eoplesovlb £par; eftort,. f .;.. r ;t:-.. t . .j:ii::?l 00 11 In not required that C'lllbs lib rilade up at One post-offlce. , , Payment must every drder. A bopy of the paper mxiilsticd without bharge to those who raise CI dbfl • If preferred, commlsslon will be paid. k . , AU subscriptions tobccriiHlhued at .the oplon of the publishers, unless all arrbdrhgeß re paid up. A specimen eripy sent free on ppllcatlon. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Irtscrtlon ji.oO T»W> squares (two Inches) otle ljlperti<Jn. 2.00 Local advertisements seveiity-nVe cbnts per Square for each Insertion. . contracts iriade fo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 September 1881

Cbe scffcrmiitn. (Established in l8&>.) BY N. BARKSDALE&CO. This paper Is entered at the Post-Officeat Charlottesville, Va., as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY,. SEPTEMBER, 11. 1881. BEMIiATH STATE fICKIT. FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN W. DANIEL, OF LYNCIimjKO. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, JAMES BARBOUR, OfCULPKPERCOUNTY. VOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, fcfilt. W. McKINNET. Of' PR. EDWAIID COUNTY. THE PRESIDENT. The improvement which it was thought the fresh breezes of Long liranch would bring to the slrickcn President 'has not manifested itself H'is condition is still oiceedingly critical, an l new complications have arisen, which inspire his physicians with dread. It is feared that an abscess is forming on the lufigs from which eerious consequence aro apprehended. His system is not yet clear of fever, and the pulse keeps up to a high degree. The parotid gland has almost healed, the wound is said to bo heal itig gradually and his stonmch is in good condition. It is thought...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 September 1881

C|t Jifftrsonian (Kslabtlsleil 111 1835.) -• WEDNESDAY,. ..SEPTEMBER 11, 1881. LOCAL MATTERS. Notice to Voters. The voters (if the Montlcello and CdurtHousc Precincts wlfl meet nt 12 o'clock on Saturday, the 17th Inst.; to select, delegates to the Cotinty and Senatorial Convention, to be heid oh Monday, the 19th. JNO. M. WHITE, Chron. copy.] County Superintendent. Political NoticeThe voters of Albemarle county are requested to assemble at their respective precincts on Batukday, the 17th of September, 1881, at 12 o'clock M., to select delegates to a County Convention, to be held at the Courthouse on Monday, the 19th day of" September, 1881, at 12 M., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Sefiate from Albemarle and Greene countios, and candidates for the Hortse of Delegates from Albemarle. Erich precinct will be entitled to One delepate for fifty voters, or fractions thereof in excess of twenty-five, on the basis of the vote for {He, Blay.elfefctoral ticket for Hancock and...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 September 1881

C|e ftffcrsontatt. ( Established! n tfS 1 ).) WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14.1881. Home, Farm. Preserving Grapes for Winter. As autumn approaches, we receive « number of inquiries as to the method •of preserving grapes for winter use. It ! is not generally understood that there ; Js as much difference in grapes, with 'respect to their keeping, as there is Avifh other fruits. No one would exwiNstto keep Early Harvest apples or Jfeftiett .pears for the holidays, and it is So with the most generally cultiVRtsd giftjie, the Concord ; it can not be made to keep in good condition ]oi}g after it is fairly ripe. With other varieties it is different. There are some locn'ities where that grand old grape, fhet)ata»;ba can still be cultivated with mtcdsßS, and, where this is the case, one >noed hardly look for a better vaHefcy. The Isabella still succeeds iu fenrje places, and is a fair keeper. IBettr.r than either, if not the best of :rt!^grapes, the lona gives good crops some places, as do...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 November 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. J- Cjjt Jeffersoiuan, PUBLISHED KVE4Y WKDNKSDAV UOHNINO' Br FRANK N. BARKSiIALE & CO. PROPRIETORS! P. N. BARKSDALB, A. E. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. TBRKSor SUBSCRIPTION— IN ADVANCE! On e oopy,one year i< **2? Bne oopy, six months ....mm <o ne copy three months 60 'O u e oopy one month 25 OLOBS. Ten copies one s>ear, each SI 00 . It Is not required that Clubs be made up at One post-offlce. Payment mustaccompany every order. A <S opy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. A.ll subscriptions to be continued at t he oplon'of tho publishers, unless all arrearages re paid up. A specimen copy sent free on ppllcation. Transient Rates for Advertising. bne square (one inch) one Insertion Jt.OO Two squares (two Inches) one insertion. 2.00 Legal advertisements seventy-five cents per square for each insertion. »i"Specftl contracts made for a,dverti9elttentsfor...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 November 1881

Cjje ftffcrsonian. (Kstnbiinhcttin is;ia.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. Tills paper in entered at the l'ost--Officeat Charlottesville, V&.» as secon»l s claKK matter. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1881. MWMTIi IMB iS FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN W. DANIEL, OF LYNCHBURG. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, JAMES BARBOUR, OF cUepeper COUNTY. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, PHIL. W. McKINNEY. OF PR. EDWARD COUNTY, FOR SENATE. J. RICHARD WINGPIELD, . FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES. DR. THOMAS M. DUNN, JOHN B. MOON. A LAST APPEAL. The campaign is drawing rapidly to a close. In the few days that yet remain no Democrat must be idle. He must work, if he would win, nnd if lie works he must win. Let it be the care of every man to vote and see that his neighbor votes. Let patriotism nnd the old Anglo-Saxon love of liberty and freedom inspire every heart and impel every hand to discharge his duty to his State,-and all will be well. We call you to the final charge, Democrats, with the full assurance of a grand and mighty ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 November 1881

Cjje JtffcrsDttian f KutftbllsVed in 1835.) Wednesday Vovember 2. issi. LOCAL MATTERS. Public Speaking. iton. A. M. Keiley, of Richmond, and Gen. William 11. Payne, of Warrenton, will address the people of Albemarle on Monday, November the 7th. Both of these gentlemen rank among the ablest speakers in the State, and they should bo heard by every one. They firo the parting shots of the campaign, and it Will do every man good to hear their honfcet and convincing words. Notice to Subscribers. In order to give our readers the returns t>f the election as fully as possible our nest issue will be delayed one day. Death.—Mrs. J. Walter Brown, of Howardsville, died at the residence of her mother, Mrs. D. J. Ilartsook, in Richmond, On Thursday last, after a short illness. Tho remains wcro buried in Richmond, on Friday afternoon. Sad Death of a Young Man.—Daniel J, Parrott, son of Wm. J, Parrott, Esq., died at the residence of his father in this place, yesterday, after a week's illn...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x