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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 January 1882

C|t |cffcrsoniait. (Established 111 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. WEDN K.HUAY., JANUARY IS, ISB'J. This pivyicrls entered at. the Post-Offlceat CmirlottesvlUe, V«., as second-claps matter. Home, Farm. Sowing Clover. Much as we have written and published upon this subject, yet it is important as an improver of the soil and as one of the best productions of the grass family, always renders it a topic in which every progressive farmer feels an interest. A correspondent of the Boston American Cultivator asks for information upon certain matters connected with its production, to which the following reply is made : With us in the spring orchard grass is advised to be sown with the clover seed, the latter being sown by itself and the former immediately afterwards. In some localities toward the South, clover seed sown in the full has been found to succeed well, but in a colder latitude there is a danger of it being frozen out. Clover sown in the spring would attain but a small...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 February 1882

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. }- <£|}t Jcffcrsontan, PUBLISHED IVEIV WEOIESDiY HdltjfiNO uy FRANK N. BARKSBALE & 00. PROPRIETORS? t. N. BABKSDALZ, A. E. BLAKE 7, W. 0. FRY. Ip ■ rhs or .1 u iisciui 1 't l tdn— IK AflVAfrCt:: flu • aopy, out year ..m. tl 00 Ma» «opy, tlx months .... 7a On* copy three months.... - 50 On ooopy one month ......... 25 OLCBS. toptes one year, each $1 00 11 Is not required that Clubs be made up at post-office. Payment must accompany every order. A dr the paper furnished without charge those who raise Clubs; if preferred, commission will be paid. A 1 1 subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless nil arrearages *r« paid up. A specimen copy sent free on fcffrlleitlon. Trafliisnt Bat«i for Advertising. On* square (one Inch) one Insortlon >l.OO Two squartS(two inches) one insertion. 2.00 bsaal advertisements seventy-live cents per ■•■• re for each liHerUou. . ' contracts rriadd for advertlseM«nt s for a lon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 February 1882

Cfee Icffcrsoniatt. (Established In 1835.) KY F. N. BARKSDALK A CO. WKHNEHDAY FF.IiIUTAIiY I, 1»82. This paperls entered avtboPMUUlitießt C'.Mrlottesville. Va„ as secoml-clnBS mfttter. A bill providing for the increase of Mrs. Lincoln's pension is being discussed in Congress, and it seems that she is to be handsomely provided for beyond the allowance heretofore made for her benefit by the government. This is, we doubt not, right and proper, but she should have been so pensioned heretofore that her present necessities could not. have arisen, and the law should he changed now, fixing an annual appropriation for the benefit of the widows of Presidents, by which they may maintain themselves in a becoming manner. They as much deserve liberal provision as the majority of the army of pensioners, who for alleged services to the government, look to the public treasury for support. There are four widows of deceased Presidents now alive, Mrs. Polk, Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs. Garfield. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 February 1882

Jeffcrsontan. (Esi a Misled In 1535.) WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1881. local matters. Postofllce and ltailroad Notice. MAII.S CLOSE AS FOLLOWS! Ches. it Clilo, going West,closes 11 :]0 A. M. • • " '■ Hast, " 11.30 V.-MUiand, ;; sou.h. Fast mall, North and South,'• 2.30 •• MAILS ARRIVE AND HEADY FOR DELIVERY AS follows: Ches. & Ohio from East 12.05 P. M. •» 44 " West 12.80 " Va. Midland " North ..12.30 A. M. *• •• " 44 i# B.*lo P. M. •» » •* South 5.15 •• TRAINS ARRIVE AS FOLLOWS: •Ches. A Ohio Mall, going West IMO A. M •* •• 44 41 East 12.0.11\ M. ** " Exprs " West 11.16 " •• * 4 44 East 3.20 A. M. Va. Midland Mall " 50uth.....11.20 '« •« »• •• 44 North.... 8.30 " •«. •• Exprs " South.... 2.3"> A. M. .. «• 44 •• North 4.32 •• •• Fast Mall South 257 P. M. *• 4 * North 3.10 A. M. Dkatiis.—Mr. William T. Bruffey, died ton Friday last, after a long illness. He ■was a young man of industry, and was a plasterer by trade. Mr. Charles E. Via, another young man, 'died on Sa...

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

Cjje leffcrsonian. (BatahllsMettln 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE& CO. WEDNESDAY KEHRUARY 1, 18S2. This paper is entered at the Post-Ofliceat Charlottesville, Va., us gccond-clnns matter. Home, Farm. Industries the Life of a Community. We commend to the thoughtful consideration of our people the following sketch of the manufacturing interests of Macon Georgia, taken from the Telegraph, of that city. It is practical proof of what we said on the subject last week, and should convince the most skeptical that such industries furnish the life blood to any town. The Telegraph says: Probably no man in Macon, before yesterday, had anything like a proper conception of the extent of the manufacturing industries of this city, and their importance as factors in its general prosperity and • progress. The manufacturing industries of Macon consist of one leather and harnets manufactory, one carriage, wagon, and buggy manufactory, five iron and brass foundries (where also are built engines a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 March 1882

OU> SERIES VOL: XXXVIII. } Xyt Jcffcrsouian, PUUL.THHF.D BVISJIY WBDNBBU\Y HOttSIJiO ,r , BV FRANK N. BAjtKSDALE & CO. proprietors: 7. N. BARK3DALB, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. FB?. TSRMSOIM INSCRIPTION—IN ADVANCE: Oa • Jopy, one year ♦; 81 00 Oaeoopy, six months - m 76 one o jpy three months 50 Oa# copy one month 25 OLDHS. Ten copies one year, eitch «... 51 00 11 i s not required that Clubs be made up at One post-offlce. Payment must accompany every order. A oopy o 1 the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Oldtis; if preferred, commission will be paid. AI 1 subscriptions to be continued at I lie option of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. One vquu re (one Inch) one Insertion SI.OO Two MUttt'UH(twoinches!orie lnsertion. 2.00 a iverti'wneiitß seventy~flvo cents per M V-VZA for advert.sekttent»for * longiei' period. IQlj WORK—We nre prepivred to do all Ki Bd* (fMjVI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 March 1882

Che fcffcrsfliuan. o { ISstab.lsHoiUtt 1835.) 'by f. n. barksdale&co WEDNESDAY MAp.C,'lI 1,1682. This paper Is entered at the Post-OfTioeat CiiarlottosvlFl*. Va„ as second-class matter. THE HIGHER LAW POLICV. In the dark days of reconstruction, when the South lay prostrate at the feet of a proud and unscrupulous victor, the Republican party was un- able to find constitutional engines of oppression severe enough to trample under foot the liberties of a brave but unfortunate people. Constitutional methods and modes of -procedure marked out for the guidance of the governors by the framers of our organic law were thrust aside by the unprincipled politician, nnd tho "high- er law than the Constitution" was proclaimed as the policy of the Republican party. That feeble document the Constitution was framed by men of other dnye, nnd tins not fitted to the demands of rogues and tyrants, and although under solemn obligation to support that saered instrument tliev deliberateley viol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 March 1882

Clk Jtllcrsoiuan. J ( ftNtuhllHl'Pfi in tSrth.* WEDNESDAY MAItCH 1, 1882. LOCAL, MATTERS. Death or Mrs. H. A. Darrow.—A private letter received here announce* the death, a lew days ago, in Omaha, of Mrs H A. Darrow. Mrs. D. had heen in ill health for a long time, and her death was not un looked for by her friends. The deceased was one of the kindest, most amiable and truly Christian ladies we ever knew, and all who knew her in her old, •s well as her adopted home, will mourn her loss. Handsome Testimonial. —We saw at the jewelry store of Messrs. Balthis &. Keller, last week, a handsome Rockford watch, which they had furnished to a committee of the employes of the Western Division of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway to he presented to their late Superintendent, Capt. J. 0. Mallory, as a token of their esteem. It is a handsome watch and ar. excellent time keeper. Illness of Tiios. S. Martin, Esq —Tho serious and alarming illness of Thos S. Martin, Esq , of Scottsv...

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

C|c $ offers oiuan. (EJstAbilshert In 1833.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO WEDNESDAY MARCH 1,1582. This paperlß entered at therost-Offloeat Oluirlottesvllle. Va., as seeonrt-clnss matter. g| Horns, Farm. Carp Cult arc. AN INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF TIIE I'tSII AND THE PROCESS AND MANNER OP ITS CULTIVATION. The Carp lias a toothless mouth, tliiek lips, and four barbels on the upper jaw. In place of the usual teeth *>f the mouth there are a number of «tout teeth 011 the pharyngeal bones, •which are arranged in three rows. The general color of the back and sides is a dark, olive brown, the abdomen often of a whitish yellow or orange tint. . Tho carp, which is sometimes compared with the buffalo fish, does uot resemble it at all with the cx®ptioo of the similarity of their coat of scales; nor does the flesh of the buffalo fish ever attain the excellence of the carp. There are three kinds of carp, t3ie leather, scale and mirror. 1 The leather carp has lio scale at all ■o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 March 1882

;^VSERIES VOL. XXXVIII. )■ Jlp-plfersoiuan, *W- ' ' ,>UHb!MHED «M|f WORKING f»( • '-«y FsltK Jl BARKSIIiIE & GO. ' R *»OP»l|BTOR8: A. R. BLAKEY, pr "fr.'Q. m. .. or 4I7BSOIUPTIOK—Iit ADVAWCK : oY»£lpy,oneyear I) 00 . ,?• ? & OI.COS. . "»» oople.jftiis r»ar, each JI (Hi Set.MKittli'ed taut Clubs be maile up at •i ' imint accompany every order.-A 'mi* »T»MM taper farnlKhcit without chn' iK' Clubs; If preferred, cotnJlVf* to the oj:>Um <tff|Mnablliher!i, unlesß ull iflM MwMC/ A «p»olmen oopy scut free on TilfclL f" Advertising. n ch?Won"'''sftTui n .'if ■ u «cv»uty-fl*4 cents pei '.** for advertiseo*»<o'P® rlod • |Ty SDIRiCTORY. \ , )t s lydntiatu. ... tf'- 1 ' — ; JOSJt&H* VV. B.'NORRIS DKSTI3TB, OH\RLOTTI»VILI,IS, : ~Vlft G P". A 9P(ffCE-C»rn«r v UuloMWreets d&H B<UNO|!Rsr.!!}BD HAVE THIS V Xla t>.irtnkrT*hlp 10 thepruutlc* of j iiW for the county or Albemarle anu u " aer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 March 1882

'Cfee |tffcrs#nian. t iSslalillshett lu t8;!.'».) BY J\ N. BARKSDALE & (JO WKDNBSbAY MARCH S, 1882. Tills ls entered at tlio Posi-Oftlecat C.inrloltesvltle, Vs., as second-class matter. The proposed imposition of a tux of ten cents a pint 011 native wines is a measure, which, if adopted, wiH materially cripple a rich and growing industry of this section. It has only beeu a few years since the Piedmont section of Virginia was found to be so admirably adapted to the growth of tlie best wine-producing grapes, but within that lime tlio industry ha 3 steadily grown, until it has become a most important feature of our agricultural resources. The area of grnpegrowing is increasing with each year and the facilities for wine-making multiplying with each season. The industry bids fair to be the main stay of our section, and our people look forward to it with bright hopes as a path which is to lead them out of the wilderness of poverty into the pleasant and blooming fields of prosp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 March 1882

flDjje Jtffcrsontan. (RMiAbliMl ed In lS3ft.> * * , WSONEBDAY.. MARCH 8, 1882 LOCAL MATTERS. Death of an Old Citizen.--Mr. Robert Durrett, one of the oldest and most re- spected citizens of the county, died at his residence, near Earlysville, on Friday night Inst, in the eighty-sixth year of his age. He was s good citizen and most exemplary man. Death of Mrs. L. G. Anderson.—Mrs. L. G. Anderson, wife of Capt. L. G. Anderson, Train Dispatcher of the Chesapeake and Ohio Kailroad, died at the residence of her husband in this place on Monday morning last. Mrs. Anderson had been in ill health for several months, but had shown signs of improvement, up to a few weeksago. when she again began to fail. Her death occurred on her twenty-sixth birthday. She leaves an infant about twelve months old. Mrs. Anderson was a Miss Miller of Danville. She has lived in Charlottesville, since her marriage, about two years ago, and has made many warm friends among our people, who mourn the sudde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 March 1882

Cin Icffcrsontan, a w ( Hstabllshed In IR9A.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO WEDNESDAY MARCH 8, 1882. This paper in entered at the Poat-Offlceat Charlottesville, Vn„ as second-class matter. Home, F aim Cultivation nnd Curing White Burley Tobacco. The instructions given below relative to the cultivation and curing of White Burley Tobacco—from the preparation of the plant bed until the tobacco is ready for the manufacturer — was written specially for the Western Tobacco Journal by one of - the most prominent tobacco-growers of Owen county, Ky., whose reputation for growing fino tobacco has never been excelled. Having been requested to give my views on the culture and growth of White Burley Tobacco, I now proceed to comply with the request. PREPARATION OF LAND. Lay two parallel poles, say four inches in diameter, eight feet apart. Cut logs twelve feet long; put as mauy as six of these logs oil the poles; then start your fire and let it burn about forty minutes. Then roll your logs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 March 1882

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII, } i|t |cffcrsontan, PUBLISHED } IVB»Y WE'IXK.IOtV HOHIINO BY , r FRANK N. 3AIKSDALE & CO, proprietors: ?. N. BARXSDALE, A. B. ELAKE?, W. 0. FRY. TKtttfSOFMUBSOHIPTJOK— IN ADVANCE! Ueoopy, one year $1 00 >le copy, six 15 'fixe c lpy three n?cnths VjM »„ 50 ->ri«4opyone month- 25 rfft . ''an copies une yent. eacii »... .....SI 00 i t is not required that Clubs be made tip at ->u e post-oflice. Payment must accompany eycry rifdef. A topy of tlie paper furnished without charge *9 thdse who raise Cliibs; If jircterred, commission will be paid. ! A. I I subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless nil arrearages are paid up. A. specinlon copy sent free on Application. • Transient Bates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion 81.00 .T wo *<iun.res(two lnohesl one Insertion. 2.00 ijß**l advertisements seventy-tlve cents per uare Tor eacli insertion. VSpecial contract** made...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 March 1882

Cjje |cffcrsonian. (fiatatuished in tssto.) By f. n. bauksdale&co. WEDNESDAY MARCH 15, ISS'J. TUls paper 1* entered at the Post-Offlceat Ciurlot.teßville. Va.. as second-class matter. After (i breathing spell and a ten daVs vacation in which to attend to their gardening and give directions for the commencement of their swing agricultural operations the will return to their arduous dutiOTT It is to be hoped that they will set to work again in a better humor, and that their revolutionary zeal may have abated while they have enjoyed sweet communion with their native hills and swapped the mirth-provok-ing lie at the roadside grocery. It is, moreover, to be hoped that whatever they propose to do they will do quickly so that they can lay down their power and relieve the country from the suspense which their unexpected antics are continually producing. We have no word of approval for the measures, which they are likely to bring forward, m order to satisfy as the Goveruov says, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 March 1882

Cbc Mftrsonian. j I Esiftblißl'ed In IS3S.> WEDNESDAY . MAItCH 15,1882. ■ ■ LOCAL MATTER^. Never Enjotib Mat Hofcdli.—Mr. James Alexander, the friend and youthful companion of Thomas Jefferson, and founder of the Charlottesville Jeffersonian, celebrated his seventy-eighth birthday on Saturday last.— Washington Post. Mr. Alexander never saw Thomas Jefferson; he came here from Boston in 1828, to print the Memoirs of Jefferson. Seccrk Yodr Ick Supply.—We direct the attention of the public to the catd of F. N. Barksdale, who announces that Mr. James S. Barksdale as his agent, will furnish to the citizens of Charlottesville, the University and vicinity the best Northern ioe, during the season. The bf ice will be begun as soon as the seasoti Will create a demand, or consumers may desire to have it. By prompt and regular delivery and an unfailing supply, to be sold at the lowest prices; it is hoped that a fair toharo of patronage can be secured. Orange Blossoms.— We are pleased ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 March 1882

C|e Jcffcrsonian. (iiitttiillllShellin IS;>3.} BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO WEDNESDAY MARCH 15,1862. Tills paper In entered at. the Post-OlHceat Charlottesville, Va., as second-class matter. Home, Farm, Look to tho Lnnibs.^£p » • The near approach of spring, as indicated not aloue by the calender, but by tSie bright skies and high temperatare that so generally prevail, will admonish the flock owner that the season fot his early harvest is at liaud. If he Las not already provided such conveniences and necessities as will ensuro tire 'comfort and enhance the health au'd thrift of the lambs, upon which so iaTge a proportion of his profit depends, lie should loose no more time in ]>er#eoting such arrangements A lamb onoe oa his feet, and well filled with his toother's milk, has escaped onehalf the risk of lambhood, and is ready to grow and thrive; Whilst its less fortunate associates are overcoming the backsets resulting from being chilled aud hungry by reas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 March 1882

_C • • I *. ■' f ' OLD SERIES VOL. XXXYIII. }■ C|}£ Jeffcrsonian, PUBLISHED BVBtT WEDNESDAY WORKING BY FRANK & BARKSDALE & CO. proprietors: T. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKE 7 W. 0. PRY. WMWUfTTOII-UI APTAWCTt Oneoopy, one year....™ |1 00 One oopy, six monNis .......... - 76 One copy three months fiu Oneoopj'one month 25 CLUBS. Ten copies one year, each J1 00 111 s not required that Clubs be made up at One post-ofllce. Payment must accompany every order. A «o py of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; if preferred, commission will be paid. A. 11 subscriptions to beoontlnued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen oopy sent free on Application. Transient Bates for Advertising. 'One square (one luuh) one Insertion $l.OO Two squares(two lnchegl one insertion. 2.00 advertisements seventy-five cents per sqttareifor each Insertion. •VHpoclal contracts made for advertisement sfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 March 1882

€\\t leffersoiuait. (Established In 1834.) BY F. N. BAIIKSDALE & CO. WEDNESDAY <..... ilAllUtt 21.1882. This paper i« euterctf nt the Post-Offlccat Charlottesville. Va., as necoud*clann Matter. THE READJUSTED PARTY THAT WAS. A Readjuster parly was organized some years ago to upset the adjust raent of the public debt made in 1871. Iu its formation aud for some time after it started, the Rev. John E. Mastsey was its acknowledged head and leader. Other prominent men actively and efficiently co-operated with him in this movement. Under his leadership it gained in numbers and strength until it became quite a formidable party within the Democratic party. Mahoae stood aloof from it and co-operated with the debt paying wing of the party, unliV just before the convention that nominated Governor Holliday. He had fixed his eye with eager desire upon the office of Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. lie felt liis weakness in the debt-payiug wing of the party, though...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 March 1882

Clrc iclffrsontan. ' Rs.ahltsl'ed in ISSF.• ■Vf MAItCH 22,1882 . LOCAL MATTERS. t)EATH of a Sojourner.—Mr. Frederick Weiss, a gentleman who came here from New York last winter fur his health, died On Thursday night last of consumption. His remains were interred in Maplewood Cemetery on Saturday afternoon. j Fingers Mashed. —Mr. J. T. Lewis, Salesman at Messrs. Wills St Ginger's, snffered a painlul injury on Friday by having his hand caught between the chines ol two oil barrels that he was moving. One finger was out off, and the other badly mashed. The injury is a very painful one. Medical aid was rendered by Dr. John Lewis TJ. S. Court —The spring term of the U S. District Court, Judge Rivos preside ine. met in Lynchburg, yesterday The following jurors have been sommoned from this Vicinity : Grand jurors Albemnrlo, C. W. Rogers, Win. P. Farish, Tho«. Q. Birckhead and Micajah Walker. Fluvanna, Jno A. Hughes. Petit jurors—Albemarle, Fairfax Taylor, Jno. R. Wood, James F. Elliot and Wi...

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