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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 November 1881

C|t ftfftrsaiuait. ( Wstr 11 111 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper Is entered at the Post-Offlceat Oliarlottosvllle, Va., as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY... NoVlCidfeEß 2. 1881. Home, f arnrl. [For the jEKFEItfiOXIAN.] Saring Mack and Cleaning Dltcli Banks. The present season of unprecedented dry weather has given abundant opportunity for farmers to clean up the babks of Water courses, swamps and marshy places, as well as the saving bf milek or rich mud from all such locations; and, new, it would take much rain to impede thiß work. As the weather may still continue dry and favorable we write this article to remind all who have neglected this important work to commence at once, abd we would impress upon all the lieeessity of saving more home-made manures, instead of mortgaging crops before (hey are made for the purpose of purchasing commercial fertilizers of doubtful utility ; most of which are of bo value in dry seasons. No ditches or wet banks can be well gru...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 November 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. J- Cjjt lefftrsonian, PUBLISHED BVE J&Y WBUKESDAV WORSINO BY FRANK K. BARKSDAIE & GO. PIIOPRIETOT18: F. N. BARKSDALB, A. R. BLAEEY, W. 0. FRY. TRft>fS OF IJ HSOItIPTIOK—IN AHVAWCK! t)uecopy, one year 51 00 Ouottopy. months 75 One o>>py three month* .. ....... 5.0 One copy one month 25 clujis. Ten copies one year, eaeh inn 51 00 It is not required that Clubs be nittutf lit* itt One post-office. Payment mustaccompany every order. A c opy of the paper furnished Without Charge to those who raise Clubs; if preferred, commission will he paid. Ai 1 subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages a-e paid up. A specimen copysGht free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. bne square (one inch) one insertion $l.OO Two squares (two inches) one in serf lon. 2.00 beirai advertisements seventy-live cents per ftqtiaro for each insertion. contracts made for advertiseftie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 November 1881

C|t Kefftrsontan.j (l3strtli:ishetlln 1890.) BY F. N. BAKKjsDALEACO. Wednesday noVkmmr id. issi. Tipt DUT'i OF THE HOLIS. We congratulate our people on the conclusion of tlic political season. Although the late fierce contest.did Hot result as we wished it to do, yet it is over and we are glad of' it. For the past few months politics have been uppermost in every man's thoughts. He has talked politics by day to the neglect of his business; he has read political documents by the evening lamp to the discomfiture of his family, and in his sleep he has met imaginary political opponents on the stumps of dreamland. This entire possession of his thoughts, mind and person by the spirit of politics has distracted his attention from all else and unfitted him lor the prosecutiou of his legitimate pursuits. The spell is now broken, and the politician is, or ought to be transformed into the man of business. Let him now take up his work where Ite left off two months ago and prosecute his calling w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 November 1881

Cjje f effcrsflittait. (Establisl'ed in 1835.) WKDNF.-ii'AV; VOVEMBER 10. 1881 LOC A.I. M AT'rEHS. dlATii op Judge W. S. Beazt.ky.—Hon. Wyatt S. Beazley, Judge of the County Cffurt of Greene and Madison, died at his residence in Greeno county on the 2d inßt. The Judge had been ill for some weeks, but had so far rallied as to inspire his friends with hope. The day before his death he was feeling much better, but 011 that night lie was prostrated with a second congestive thill, and died a short whilo thereafter. Judge Beazley was one of the most prominent citizens of bin county. For many years he was its Commonwealth's Attorney and had presided over the County Court of the two countics since the institution of that judicial Bystem. - As a man he was beloved and respected by ali bis neighbors, and his death is las mented by a wide circle of friends in his ewn and neighboring counties. i'liU Annual Conference. —The annual Cdnferchbe of the Methodist Episcopal Church South will assemble ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 November 1881

Cjje fcffcrsontan. (dstrtbllshert In 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE&CO. This paper Is euterert nt the Post-Offlcent Charlottesville, Vn., as scennit-fllitss matter. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16, 18S). Home, ,j||||g F arm ' Charcoal for Hogs, Whatever hog medicine contains a good proportion of charcoal is presumptively a good medicine. It may be possible for quackery to so combine charcoal with other ingredients that the efficacy of this remedial agent will be destroyed, but it would, we believe, take a regular double-barrelled quackery to destroy it under any circumstances. It is a most useful medicine by itself, and worth more than any other iugredient that wc ever put into a medicine. It benefits the hog system by absorbing the injurious gasses within it, and its absorptive powers arc so great that it will absorb about eighty times more gas than its own measurement. It is to this quality that it owes its efficacy when given to bloated auimals, and nothing equal to it was ever give...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 November 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXYIII. J>- Jeffersflittan, PUBLISHED Ml Vk AT WEOHB9DA V HOKSINU BY Frank n. bamsiiale & co. drapr itf'i'nnK' I*. N. BAP.KSDALE, A. R. BLAKSY, W. 0. FRY. TSlitffldM ITBiiORIPTIOK—ADVANCE! eoripy, on© year............ 81 00 £)ne oopy, six months 75 One copy throe months ««<* 50 Onecopyone months ;<u 25 CLUBS. *'«n Cortes one year, eacti, 51 00 11 is not required that Clubs be made up at One post-offlce. Payment mußt accompany every order. A <5 opy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs j if preferred, Commission will be paid. A.ll subscriptions to be continued at the oplion of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one inch) one insertion SI.OO Two siiuares(two inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Ijszal advertisements seventy-live cpnts per miuare for each Insertion. s#--ipocial contracts irtade fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 November 1881

€|c fcfersatuinu (Established in 1835.) BY F. Hi liA EKyDALE $ CO. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23. ISSI. This pnper is entered nt the Post-Oliiceat C'l'vrlott.esviile, Va., as sceond-clnss matter. JOHNtWHItAS, ESQ. By the death of John Cochran, Esq., Albemarle loses one of her oldest and best Citizens. The deceased tvas a good and true mau. Content to spend liis life in a private station, he trod, through his more than three* quarters of a century, the broad, clear path of honesty and integrity. As a chiaen lie was enterprising and useful, ft* n neighbor kind and charitable, as ft friend thoughtful and true, and as a hdsband and parent devoted and affectionate. In the luimble walk of his private life, he practised all those virtues that enoblo humanity and tend to the perfection of manhood. Ilone-t, upright and God fearing, amiable, hospitable and true he won to himself hosts of friends, who will cherish his memory as long as these qualities are considered the noblest attributes of man. Thro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 November 1881

Cjjc Jdfcrsontait. (ftßtnblifO'ed in "WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1831. LOCAL MATTERS. The Death of an old Citizen.--John Cochran, Esq., died at his residence, in this place, on Sunday evening. Up to a few weeks ago his general health bad been good, for one of his extreme age ; but he had recently contracted a cold, which, developing into pneumonia, was more than his physical strength could stand. Mr. Cochran was one of tho oldest citizens of the place, being at the time of his death in his eighty-ninth year. Mr.. Cochran was born in Augusta county on the 27th of October, 1793. he was the oldest son of James and Magdalene Cochran. His mother was the daughter of Col. George Moffett, a distinguished officer of the Revolutionary war, and connected by blood and marriage with the McDowells, Turnbulls, and other early set lers of Ohio and Kentucky. He served a mercantile apprenticeship to the then leading merchant of Staunton, "old Mr. John Wayt," and when he became of age entered into busines...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 November 1881

Cjje Icffcrsfliihn. (Fistnbllsftcd In 1895.) BY F. N. BAUKSDALE & CO. WEDNESDAY,.... NOVEMBER 23. 1881. This paper Is entered at tbe l'ost-Olllccat CharloUOßvllle, Vn., ns scconil-oInKR matter. Home, Farm. Clover as a Preparation for IVlieat. PROFESSOR O. C. CALDWELL. It is universally acknowledged that clover before wheat leaves the soil in a better condition for wheat than wheat before wheat; but it is also true that wheat requires much assimilable nitro--I;en in the soil for paying crops, while n the crop of clover a much larger quantity of nitrogen is carried from the field than in a crop of wheat. This looks very much like eating our cake and having it too, which we have been taught from childhood up to bean impossibility. Can the curious be explained, or do apparently impossible things happen in the ordinary course of nature? It is customary to account for this relation of the two ciops by supposing that clover gets its nitrogen largely from the air, through its ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 January 1882

OL!> SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. }■ S-— — f : . ■ ~ »• .■ * < CJje Jtffersonian, PUBLISHED KVBAf WE IJ M IS S D \ V HORNING BY FRANK N. BARKSDALE & CO. proprietors: P. N. BAUKSDALE, A. B. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. TR'RJkfSOF -4 IT BSCRIPTJON —IN ADVANCE ! One dopy, one year U le oopy, six months - J'* O lecjpy three months Oil e oopy one month OIiUBS. Tdn copies one year, oacn, - 5100 11 i s not required that Clubs bo made up at One post-office. . Payment must accompany every order, a oopy of the paper furnished without charge to those \Vho raise Clubs; if preferred, com* million will be paid. . . , AII subscriptions to be conti titled at the option of tho publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Tramient Rates for Advertising. On# square (ona inch) one Insertion $l.OO T wo «qiiare»(t\voinohes> one insertion. 2.00 Lairal »dvsrtl#einents sevonty-tlve cents per Hctuare for each Insertion. iyHpoclal contract...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 January 1882

Cbt |efftrsonian.| (Batalnlshed in 1835.) BY F. BARKSDALE&CO WKDNKSDAY IANI* AKV ft, 1882. Tills paper is entered at the Post-Olflceat C larlottesville, Va„ us second-class matter. SEASONABLE INFLECTIONS. The holidays arc over, the annual recreation of the people has been enjoyed, and wiih the first week of the New Year we all take up our burdens with freshened spirits, renewed strength and new hopefulness. Each year the battle of life is to bo fought, but always 011 new ground and often with new foes, who, arising from the ambush of the future obstruct our path,and impede our progress, while very often old enemies are attacking our rear and worrying our flanks. Yet, although there be n certain sameness about the record of each year, one lives to little purpose, if he does not strike out Knew, occasionally, and does not win new victories, accomplish new pur> poses, and explore new paths. In this uge of progress men cannot afford to do exactly as their fathers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 January 1882

Cjje Icffersßiuait. (Ksiahllsl'ed In ISSS.) WBDHBSDAY... JANUARY 4, 1881. I ■ ■ 111 lo&al matters. iPcfatcifHc'e Alfcl llAlii'dftil Notice. MAILS CLOSE A& FOLLOWS: dies. & Chto, going West,closes 11 20 A. M. • » '» •• Kivst, N.-'U V»i Midland. " South, " *... 10.45 • V S* .. North. " 4.00 P. M. Fast trial I, North ant! Month, " l.« 0 MAILS ARRIVE AND READY FOR DELIVER"! AS follows: Clibs. A Ohio from P '.. M Vf,. Midland « l\: I, •• " South 6.10 " TRAINS AKKIVB AS FOLLOWS: Che« 4 Ohio Mall, going jV s|; :: E ?. prs « V*. Midland Mall » " «« «• frftprs " South 2.3 >A. M. •i «« •» 44 , North 4.32 *' " Fast Mall Poiitli 257 P. M. << «i » 4 North 3.10 A. M. Dkatii OF AS Old Citizen.—Bernard Esq., nn old and highly esteemed citizen of the county, died at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. E. B. BroWn, near Free Union, last week, at an advanced age. Cold Snap—lce.—The New Year floated in on a cold wave, and (or the pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 January 1882

Cbt leffcrsciuittt. ( RstabllshecUn 1833.) ~BY~F7N. r.AKKSDALE & CO. WKI>NEs4DAY IA NUA fl Y 1,1882. Thiß paper is entered at the Poit-Offlceat Ormrlottnsvllle, Va., as second-class matter. Horns, Farm. Packing Butter. Mr. X. A. Willard, in the report of the Vermont Dairymen's Association, has this to say in regard to the proper packing of butter: "Butter, to keep well for any considerable time, must be excluded, as far as possible, from the air. The usual way of packing in tubs and casks will not do this in as perfect a manner ns is required to insure nice, fresh flavor. A better way is to surround the butter with brine on the plan of the White packages. In this' plan the tub is made very much in the form of Lhe old Welsh tub, except that it i 3 more tapering. The staves are heavy, and heads are provided at both ends, so as to make a package that will not leak. In packing, the tub is turned on the small end, and a sack of cotton cloth is mads to fit the tub, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 January 1882

'«** ' OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII.| Cjjt Jcffusonian, pui'jlthiiel) KVHJIY WKUNRSOir HOEBIS6 BY FRANK N. BARKSUALI & CO. prophietorh: fr. N. BARKSDALE, A. B. BLAXEY, W. 0. FEY. i> SIIKS OFSUBSCBtPTJori —IN ADVAKCE! Bue aopy, one year ® 1 2b i«i<opy, six months ftne oopy three months »" Oneoopy one month Cf.UHS. i*en aoplen ono year, eaen $lOO 111 s not roqnlrod that Clubs be made up at One posl-otlSce. , . Payment must.accompany evory order, jv <Sopy ol the paper furnished without charge to those who raise CHubs; if preferred, oommUtlon will be paid. . ... All iubscrlptlons to be continued at the op--11 on of the publishers, unless nil arrearages Are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Tramient Rates for Advertising. Ono square (one inch) chid insertion Two m uares (two Inches) ono insertion. 2.00 1jb«»I adrertlsemonts seventy- five cents per ■a u»r« for each insertion. .. contractu made for advertisement afor a loneor period....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 January 1882

Cjjt feffcrsfliuan. (Rstabltshetf 1 ft 1539. i BY F. N. BARKSDALE A CO. WBDNKSOAY JANUARY 11,1882. This paper in entered at, the Post-Offlceat Cnarlottesvllle, Va., as second-class matter. Governor Cameron's first message * to the General Assembly possesses the merit of brevity, conciseness and clearness. There is no particular brilliancy or force about the document, but it is a simple statement of the questions to which he would direct the attention of the law-makers. The first uf these questions is the debt. He expresses a wish to have this settled as speedily as possible on the basis of his party's measure, the Riddlebcrger bill. He fixes no amount fur the debt, but suggests certain rules whereby the "just" obligation of the State can bo figured out. He thinks it con be done without any repudiation, yet he fails to say that it will take a much more expert mathematician than the average legislator to do it. The public schools are warmly commended to the consideration of the Legisl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 January 1882

Cjje |tffersoJitan. (Kmat>ll»l>edln 1835.) WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11) 1881. LOOAL MATTERS. Pontofllcc and Itftltronct Notice. MAILS CLOSE AS FOtiLOWs! Chca. A Chlo, going Test, closes 11 20 A. M. • » " ■' I'.axt, " 1.20 " V« Midland, " South, " 10.45 " .. » . . •• North, " •?:(» P. M. Fast mall, North and South, " 1.00 " MAILS AttRtVE AND ItEATIY F<JH IJELIVKIIY AS FOLLOWS: Olios. A (jhlo from East J2.U5 P. M. «• " 44 Wpst.:;.... it.........12.20 Va. Midland Wbi th U.SOA.M. •• •• " Sohtli 5.10 " TKAINS ARKIVE As fcbtfcbWS: fches. <t Ohio Mail, going West 11:40 A. M. .. Kafit 12.03 Pi M. »» «• Exprs " West 11.15 " .. •• 44 44 East 8 20 A.M. V S .MWandM ? U « i.' »• •• Exprs " South..... 2.3-"> A. M. it «» 44 4 4 North 4.82 41 • « •« Fast Mall South 257 P. M h «i 44 North 3.10 A. M livMKNfiAt. —On Wednesday last Miss Ella W.Rogers, daughter of Dr. Wm G. Rogers, of this place, was married to Jas. R Wood, Esq., of the Ilopkinsville. Ky„ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 January 1882

€|je Jfffersuntan. (tCstftlillsheil in 13:15.) "by f. n. bakksiTaLe& coT WEDNESDAY .7.T.. JANUARY 11,1882. Tills paper is eutered nt. the Post-Ofliceut Charlottesville, Va„ as second-class matter. H° m8 ' Farm. Winter Protection of Grapevines. BY F. CI. The grape is a tender plant in almost every sense, and must bo treated accordingly. We know how it is affected by great changes of temperature, extreme heat and humidity, severe pinching back and overbearing in summer. In winter it is still worse; millions of vines are annually Inst, and moro hurt, for the want of littlo attention in protecting them. It is only necessary to lav them on the ground at the beginning of winter, and weight them with something to keep them down. The object is to avoid, not so much the cold, as the draft of the wind which, when the vines are frozen, dries them, and thus they perish, the smaller vines first as they are soonest dried. Near the ground this is avoided, though where there is no obstr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 January 1882

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. } (ibjjfc Jeffersoniatt, PUBLISHED SVHSV WEDNESDAY IWORWIMO HY FRANK N. BARKSDAIE & CO. PBOPKIBTDns: N. EARKSDALB, A. R. BLAEEY, W. 0. PRY. TRRHftOtf *lj INSCRIPTION —IN ADVANCE! oopy f one year - • * 0? oopy, six months - One oopy three months J" Oa • oopy one month clubs. Tea copies one year, eacn,.... r ....3l M , 11 is not required that Clubs be made up at Oae post-offlce. . „ . Payment must accompany every order, a oopy.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 aro paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. ___ Transient Bates for Advertising. Out square (one lnuh) one Insertion 'J-®' Two .quarftH (two inches) one Insertion. -.00 Li»*«l»dT«rtUoirtonts seventy-live cents per •a u»r» for each Insertion. contracts made for advertiseman ti for a longer period. Ton WORK.—We are prepared to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 January 1882

Cjjt feffcrsonian. liY f. N. BARKSDALE A CO. W«r>J»KHi>AY JANUARY IS. IMB. This pi»p*r Is entered n' the PdSt-urflCfcttt tf i.irloHosfllltl. Vft., an sccrthrt'cltms matter. —■l——fc—i A VERY IMPORTANT ENTERPRISE. As is known to our people, Mr. Moses Kaufman has been, for some years, successfully engaged in the clothing business at this place. In connection with his retail clothing establishment, he has been, during the greater part of the time, making suits to order and manufacturing the goods of the Charlottesville Woolen Mills into suits for men and boys. His well-earned success in this line of manufacturing has beeu so great that he is encouraged to enter largely into the business. lie has just laid in a very large stock of the invaluable goods of the Charlottesville Woolen Mills, and will soon liave on Viand a very large addition to his present stock of other fine goods, which he is now having made up for the trade of next spring and summer. He has largely i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 January 1882

C|e Jtffcrsonian. (Establisled In 1035.) WEDNESDAY JANUARY lHi 18#1. LJL LiOCAL MATTERK. Poatttfflce and Railroad Notice. MAILS CI.OSB AS FOI.T.OWS: Ches. A Chto, going West.closes 11 20 A. M. •» •• »• East, 11.*0 V». Midland. " South, " 10.45 _" •• ♦» •• North, " 4.00 P. M. Fast mall, North and South, 44 1.00 14 MAILS ARRIVE AND READY FOR DELIVERY AS FOLLOWS J bh.s. * Ohio from Va. Midland • North.;;;™. A. M. •« •• •* South 5.10 44 TRAINS ARRIVE AS FOLLOWS! Ches. * Ohio Mall, going West 11.40 A. M. ii «• •' " East 12.00 P. M. li " Ezprs " West 11.16 " .... II •• •• Ea5t.:...!.. 8.21) Ai M. Va. Midland Mail SoUthi--."-*} II ii «. ». " North.is.. H;3O I. •• Exprs " South.... 2.31 A.M. .. " North 4.32 " f •' Fast Mall Houth 257 P.M. «t «i •» North 3.10 A. M. Deaths.—A little child of Capt. J. B. Hardin's died last week. The burial took place at Oakwood Cemetery on Saturday. Mr. Orange O. Peterson, an old citizen of this place, died very suddenly of epilepsy on Sunday night. He had att...

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