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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 March 1882

C|e Jeffersoniait. (BataMMheilln 1836.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE A CO. WEDNESDAY.....— .....MARCH 22,1882. Ttili paper Is entered at the Poit-Offlcest 'bartottesvllle. Va., as second-elait matter. H° me > Farm. «9HnK Grapes and Wlaeon the Piedmont Slope. Mr. P. M. Wilson contributes a long article aader the above title to tbe Industrial Review. We make space for the following general observations with 'which the article opens: A well-known authority on grape"growing and wine-making, describing -tm ideal location for a vineyard, says : "The best locations are generally on 'the hill-side-slopiug to the east, south, «nd southwest, as they are more exempt from late spring and early fall frosts, are eheltered from the cold trinds from (the north and northwest, ifaut are fully exposed to the prevailing "winds in-sutnraer from the south and southwest" A better topographical jpioture'«iF the Piedmont slope could •utit have been drawn. Along the eastern of the Blue Ridge, from ■the poin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 March 1882

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. } Cjji |cffersoiuan, PUHLISHF.I IVSIIY VVEDMiSD.tr »*OR.VING BY FRANK R. BAKKSDALE & CO. PROPRIETOR*: P. N. EAEKSDALE, A. E. BLAKEY, W. 0. FEY. T'SI H » w T M MUPTION— IN ADVANH One Jopy, one year 51 0 U Out 4 copy, six months 75 Oioc >py three months 5( ( Oiienopyonp month ••••• r . v? • Of* CBS. feu copies one year, each. ..$1 00 Tll s not refill fed t hat Clubs be made up at On e post-office. Payment must aecomnany everv order. A C >py ot the pit per furnished without charge to those who raise CJlubs; if preferred, com•nisfilon will be raid. 1 VII subscript ions to be con tin lied at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paH up * sneeimen copy«ent 'rep on application Transient Rates for Advertising. )ne square (one inch) one insertion 51.00 Two «quareß(two one insertion. 2.00 |j<v.ral advertisements seventy-five cents per aq uare for each insertion. if Jnecial "ont.rapt.s made for advertisemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 March 1882

C|e |tfftrsflnian. (Kutnb'.tshed In 1836.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. WE DN B.S DAY MARCH S». 1882. This paper Is entered at the Post-Offlceat CUarlotteftVtlle. Va.. as seoond-elass matter. RETRENCHMENT. There is no surer sign of the decay of the spirit of constitutional liberty than- the disposition to tolerate heavy burdens on the shoulders of industry. In the eyes of the patriot, the restlessness of the people under taxation is one of tbe best signs that a jealous watch is continually kept on those entrusted with the reigns of government And the immense power over the finances. Is it not then an omiuous state of affairs at the present day, when despite the imposition of enormous direct and indirect taxes, so little complaint is heard ? Before the war the general Government resorted almost exclusively to duties for the purpose of railing the revenue of the Government. Such a fear did the legislators entertain of their constituents I The weight imposed by duties, though n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 March 1882

Cjjc Jtffers&tttait. • (f*unhllillf<] in mv WEDNESDAY .... MAIfCH 29,1882. LOCAL. MATTERS. fititotxc Speaking.—We aro requested to atiiiounoo that Hon. John E. Massey will address the citicens of Albemarle on April Court. Sal* of Rial Estate.—Mr. J. Ilnrper Anderson haa aold one hundred acres of his farm, near Ivy Depot, to Mra. Bcaaeley, an English lady, for $5,000 The improvements on the place no with the purchase. This farm is the birth-place of the fa* tnoua Rocky Mountain explorer, Meriwether Lewis. Fires —Two slight fires occurred here bn Sunday. The house of Edmund Irvine, in the southern portion of the town, oaught in the roof from a burning chirnney, but the Barnes were extinguished before any damage was done. /William Brown's house on the Ridge iilarf oaught, but the fire was soon put out. Death of an Aoed Ladt.—Mr*. Margnr»t T. Andrews, mother of our townsman J. B. Andrews, Beq., died at hor home in this place, on Monday, after a long illness. Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 March 1882

®j>c lefftrsoiuan. ( lSstnbllsheil in 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & C'O. W K DN BSD AY MARCH IW. 1882. Tills paper Is entorcil at tho Post-Ofllcent Cliarlottenvllle. Vs., as second-class mutter. Home, ' 7arm ' Ploughing. Now comes the ploughing. And it should be remembered that ploughing is the most important part of the farm work. Yet it is only done as well as it ought to be by a very few farmers and those of the best and most successful class of them. As a rule the ploughing is but half done. Wiicj well tTone the whole of the upper soil in which the seed is deposited and in which the mat* of l-oqta spread and find the most of their food should-lie mellow ; so soft and fine that a light rod may be everywhere pushed down at least six inches, and all the better if it is eight or nine This is the rent feeding ground of the crop, and if it is put in good condition and made as rich as it ought to be with manure, the whole of it will be filled into a mass of roots. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 April 1882

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. }- Cjjt ftfcrsflnian, PUBLISHEH CVR(Y WBDNKSD.tY HORMJNG BY FRANK N. BA3KSII4LE & CO. propbiktorh: F. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAEBY, w. o. m. TVU4 >F 4UB i 4CKIPTtON—IN ADVAKCJ • Om# iopy, one year 31 Oe Ou»» copy, six months ..1. MH ..»» 75 O to o »py throe months.;*. &o month 2$ (ir.CAS. i'<s.» copies uike .year, GacVi 'sl (fa 111 $ not requited Unit Clubs oe made up At •toe fiOftt«6fflf*e. Payment must Kocompany ever> ordeV. A 3>py of the paper furnisher! without charge to thoxte who raise (.Hub*; If preferred, com- ■ illusion will be paid. ♦ VII subscription* to beeontlhlied Ht the optimofthe publishers, unless nil arreaW«ces ire paid up \ specimen ropy sent free o>i %oi>llentlon Transient Rate* for Adrerti^ti?. >ne square (one Inch) one Insertion.... r v.i »nimren(tAvoinohe!Oonelnsertlon. 2.00 I.iihl a lvo-tliemon'« seventy-five cents por »<i unr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 April 1882

Cfc stffersffitian. ( RutabltshPd la 1336.) BY F. N. BARKSDALR&CO. WEDNESDAY APIUL 5.1882. This paper is entered at tbc Fost-Ofticeat Charlottesville. Vo.. as seeoud-clasi matter. AKSOUNCEMEM. The firm of F. N. Barksdale <£• Co., is this day dissolved by mutual conseat. The type, fixtures, material and the good will of the Jeffbrsonian Republican has been sold to the JkfFEFBONIAN PUBMBHING . COMPANY, which will continue the publication of the Jkffersonian, under the management of Mr. William H. l'rout. The outstanding business of the late firm will be settled by Mr. F. N. Barksdale and those who are indebted to that firm are requested to come for ward and close their accounts, while those holding claims against the firm will present their bills for settlement. .. The Jeffersonian Publishing CoMrANY will execute our existing And unexpired contracts for advertising and subscriptions. Thanking a liberal public for the patronage it has accorded us and bespeaking a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 April 1882

Cbc lefftrsontan. * (KstabliSl'ert in WEbNE5DAV..,............ APii ll j <5, ISB2. ' ii h i ii i. ill kin ■■ _ tr LOCAL, MATTERS. Tni Wiathi*.—April has come to us with all the ethereal mildness one could wish. Indeed the weather for tho past few < days has been almost oppressive under the habiliments of winter. The fruit trees are loaded with bloom, and the buds of forest trees are swelling with the new lifo of spring. It a few days more of pleasant Weather is vouchsafed us, the earth will be clothed in vordnrc. Fruit in this scction is very slightly, if at all, damaged by the recent cold snap. The Rhodes Family Released—Lee Sent On.—On Wednesday last Justice Hoard ordered Mrs. Rhodes, Fannie and Charley Rhodes to be discharged from custody, Whioh was accordingly done. Lee Rhodes was brought on for examination, but waiving the same, he was sent back to prison to await'the action of the grand jury which meets in May. Tho shanty, which was formerly occupied by t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 April 1882

Cjjt. leffcrsoniait. (Established in tsto.) "iY F.N. BARKSDALE & CO. WEDNESDAY APRII. B, 1882. This paper Is entered at tho Post-Offlceat Charlottesville. V»„ as second-claim matter. Home, Farm. IFor the JofJVrsonian Republican. Our County Roads. Mr. Editor: In the last number of the Jeffersonian (that of the 22d inst.) there is an cxcelleut article ou "Road Making." As this is a matter of vital importance to the farmers and the public generally, allow us to introduce a few valuable remarks jiud suggestions on the subject of county roads which we have gathered from a very reliable source: "The manifest link between village und village, farm and farm, dwelling and dwelling in tho couutry is the highway. This is the common interest aud expresses the common life. Now the highway, instead of being the Ling's highway, the people's royal way, has, with us, suffered every form of neglect aud violence. A possible line of travel is all that Iras ordinarily been arrived at. The hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 April 1882

EM v fl) y i t II \ I ■■ HI i ■H/' |Hb y* OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. }- C|e Jcffersontan, I*UBLTSHED BVBKV WEttl 19'8 DAY HORNING ur Jeffersonlan Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VAi terms oniißsomnios-in advance i Out Jupy, one year tl 00 One copy, six months 75 Pno copy three months 50 Onenopy one month 25 OL.CUS. Tsn copies one year, each $lOO . IJ. I* not required that. Clubs be made up at On e postrofflee. Payment mllst Accompany every order. A copy of the papfer furnished without charge to.thosefcho false Clubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless rfll arreftWifies are paid up. A speclhiPn nopy sent free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one inehl one insertion $l,OO Two sqilaresftwoirtchesionelnsertlon. 2.00 Lszal advertisements aevonty-tlve cents per square for each msertion. ®»ipeelal eontrae.ts made for advertisement sfor * longer period.' JOB WORK.—We are prepared to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 April 1882

Cjjc |tfffrsonian. ( Hitnbllsheitiu 18.15.) LY JEFFEHSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY APItIL 12,1882. Ttii« paper Is entoreil at the Post-Oflleenl CUarlottß!»ViUe. V»., u»,secoud-class matter. TO THE PATROXS OF THE JEF- FERSOXIAX. We tender our most grateful acknowledgments to our patrons for their very kind and liberal Support. On the 10th of. April, 1873, the first number of the new issue of the J effersonian was published ; from that day to this its subscription list has steadily iDCreaded, until its circulation is not now exceeded by any weekly paper in.tlie State published outside of * the cities. Its business management lias changed several times, but under every management its circulation lias continued to increase. At liis own suggestion, Mr. F. N. Uarksdale, its late business manager and associate editor, has dissolved his connection with this paper. He parts with us with deep affection for the "Old Jeff" and kind feelings for all of its present proprietors. He carries with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 April 1882

Cjje leffersunian. (Esiatilisl ed 111 1H35.1 WEDNESDAY... ;..APIUL 12, 1882. I LOCAL MATTERS. DXATIi O* WIIXIAM WERTENbAKRR.— Death has jaken from our midst this ven« arable and much beloved Christian gentleman. This sad intelligence wiii bear grief dot only to the members of onr own com* munity and numbers within the limits of oar State, but td nlany scattered through' out the Union. We doubt whether there lived in our State, a man in private life, eo well known and so universally beloved throughout our entire country. Connected as he was for over fifty years with the University, as Librarian, there is not a student, most probably, among the Vwtt numbe/ Who have entered the University of Virgihia, Who did not know Mr. Wertenbaker and carry away with him a warm feeling of friendship, and an abiding esteem and respect. Kind, courteous and polite to all, faithful in the discharge of every duty of life, ho commanded the deepest respect and warm attachment from every student that entere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 April 1882

Cju Itffersojuatt. ( Established In 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNEBDAY -..APRIL 12,188:!. * ■ ■ -r — "■ "■" ■r ■■ ■ ■ •- Thts paper lg entered at the Post-Offlceat Cliartoltoßville. Vr„ ns second-class mnttcr. Home, Farm: The Corn Crop. The importance of this crop as the staff of life, the varied uses to which it is put, and the constant and continuous demand for it as food for man and beast, constitutes it the most important of all other crops to the husbandman. Tb' s being true, how necessary it is that every means should be used and every appliance brought to bear to bring it up to a maximum yield. As assessory to this end, several prerequisites are necessary, these are—1. Proper selection of seed corn. 2. Due care in the manuring and preparation of the soil; and — 3. The proper cultivation of tho crop. * First, then, as regards the seeds. It is generally conceded that the seed of all crops have as«niicb to do with the character, quality and yield of a crop of grain ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 April 1882

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. } C|je Jefftrsflttian, PUBLISHED SVG AY WKDNKSDW WOHSING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. TERMS OK lUnSOKIPTION—IN ADVANCE: One oopy, one year J1 00 Oneoopy, six mouths 75 One oopy three months < &0 One oopy one mouth 25 OLUUS. fen copies one year, each SI 00 ,11 is not required that Clubs be made up at OUiO post-offlce. Payment must accompany every order. A oopy dXtlie paper furnished without charge to those who raise (Jlubs; if preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to be continued at the option of tire publisher*, unless all arrearages are paid tip. A specimen copy sent Tree on application. Traniient Kates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insortlon $l.OO Two squares(twolnclies) one Insertion. 2.00 Legal advertisements sovenly-flva oents per square for each insertion. <r»"Hpoclal contracts made for advertisemeii t Hfor a longer period. fOn WORK.—We are prepared to do all ki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 April 1882

C|c scffcrsontan. (rtltatfllihrdln 1835.) BY JBMfiRSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. Wednesday april 19, into. This paper Is enterml at the Pont-OBlcfeat . Charlottesville. V*., an neoond-cliui matter. THE DUTY OF THE HOUR FOR EVER* PATRIOT. The debt question hns passed from the arena t>f politics to the courts. It is no longer a political issue* It will never be again. The Funder wing of the Democratic party of this State lmve done all that can reasonably be expected of them in their efforts to provide for the State debt. They have been twice conquered and it would be as vain and foolish for them to renew the fight, as it would be for the ol<i ConfcdenUes'to renew the fight for a Southern Confederacy. In each case the parties fought for what they believed to be for the best interests of the country. They fought bravely and gallantly. They were overcome aud there must be an end of strife. Tho vanquished Confederate surrendered and is now a true and faithful citizen of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 April 1882

Cjjt Jelfcrsontan. (i<isiabllß)<etl In IH3. r i.i WEDNESDAY ~AFHII, 18, 1882. local matters. Death or Mrs. Shelton.—Mrs. Eliza M. Shelton, wife of the late Stapleton Shelton, died at her residence near Meechum's River, last Thursday evening after a lingering illness of several months. She was a sister of Mrs. F. D. Brockman of this place. Death of Mr. Thos. B. Payne.—Mr. Thos. B. Payne, a brother of William O. Payne, Esq., of this town, died on Monday evening last at the Western Lunatic Asylum, Staunton. Mr. Payne had been in ill health for some time, yet his death was rather unexpected by his friends. The deceased leaves a widow and six or seven children. His remains were brought to Charlottesville on Monday afternoon, and buried yesterday afternoon in Maplewood Cemetery. Sad Death.—Mr. Edward L. Loving, a member of the commission firm of Henry Loving & Son, of Richmond, died last week, after a severe illness of several weeks duration of typhoid pn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 April 1882

Cjjc feffers&nian. (3»tnbllsiieUitl 1835.* BY JBfffiKSONtAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNKSDAY APRIL 19, 1882. This paper Is entered at thcFost-'OflVceat Charlottesville, Va., ns Bccoml-clitss matter. Home, Farm. The Principles of Breeding;. Feeling sure that many of our readers are interested in the subject of stock raising, we take great pleasure in making a few extracts from an article by Dr. Ellzey, of Washington city, oh this subject. They will find bis suggestions not only timely, but worthy to be treatured up—it is, no doubt, just the information that many farmers have long been wishing for. We propose in this paper to offer a few suggestions on the subject of selection of breeding animals. All will agree that we are to select the best specimens of the best bred families of the best breeds ior the purpose we have in view, taking into consideration soil, climate, improvements 011 the farm, markets accessible, and last, but first of all in importance, the puise of the proprie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 April 1882

< LI) SERIES* VOL. XXXyiii. y y itjjt Jtffersoniait, PUBLISHED KVBtV WEDNESDAY WORKING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. TRRMaor 4UBSCRIPTIOK— IN ADVANCE: One Jopy,one year - .. .. Si 00 One copy, six months 75 One e»py three months ... sft Oneoopy on* month 25 CLUBS Wn cdples une year, each 31 00 111 g not required that. Clubs be made up at One post-qfflce. Payment must accompany every order. A copy* of the pnper furnished without charge to those who raise C/Mubs; if preferred, coinmission will be paid. All subscriptions to be continued al the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Bates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion ,1.00 T vii squares (two Inches* one Insertion. 2.00 Lezal advertisements seventy-live cents per square for each Insertion. contract." made for advertlsementsfor i longer period I " fCtB WOKK.—We are prepared to do all 't I nds of BOOK \Snt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 April 1882

€|t Jeffcrsonian. {B»tnb;Uheriln 1856.) BY JEFPKKSONtAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY - APRIL 38,1182. -.l=l This paper i« altered at thf Pxwt-OHlceat CiiarlottcUMN. Va.. as M*o*id-«la«i maiwr. TO Mm PATBOSB. Our business manager has returned from the North where ho purchased a Cottrell cylinder press, which is acknowledged by printers to bo the best press made. It will be shipped direct from the manufactory, and we expect in a few weeks to have it up and in running order. He also purchased a fine selection of book aud job type, borders, <fcc., from the celebrated Johnson type foundry, Philadelphia. In addiliou to the new press aud the | new type, we will have all the modern appliances for the rapid execution of book and job work ; these appliances, together with the latest styles and best qualities of paper, cards, &c., and skilled workmen, will make the Jtrversonian Job Office the most complete iu Piedmont Virginia. We therefore most cordially iuvite those wbo ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 April 1882

Cjjt Jtlftrsoittan. (Ksuaniisl'Cd in IHSo,* wdU9EsDA¥.». APmi. M. ism. local matters. Died.—ln Albemarle county, on the 18th April, 1882, Miss Harriet Maury. Death of an Old Citiees.—William Rodes, Esq., died at his residence in this county on Monday night last. Mr. Bodes waa tt most exoellent oititen and a worthy man, who had spent a long life of usefulness. lie was about seventj-five years of *gef Tnx Canine Cotse —The sheep-fold o' Capt. J. Archer Harris was attacked by dogs on Saturday night, and thirteen fine ahetp were killed and many others wounded. This ia the second instance of this kind We have recorded in the last two weeks, and the evil cries out for some mode o f protecting the eheep of the country from the ravages of the worthless ours, that in* frst every neighborhood. Masonic.—Keystone Chapter Royal Arch Masons, will have a special Communication next Monday evening at half pant 8 o'clock. The District Deputv'Griind High Priest, W. H. H. Lynn, Esq., of Staunton, will ...

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