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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 September 1858

JEHERSOVm REPIIIIIMM Vol. 95. Jefforsonian Republican, IS PCIILISJIKD WEEKLY UY J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,50 per annum, payable invariably in advance, and at, the same rate for a shorter time. No attention will be given to a notice from a subscriber to stop bis paper, unless the money is sent with such notice, to pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. Advertisements inserted nt the rate of $l, for every square of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or calculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of a personal and private character will be charged for us an advertinement. Job work and advertising, unless paid for at the time the work is dons, will be charged with interest as merchant's accounts Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be paid for as advert...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 September 1858

I iilit'litit) of Vlriiiiiln. l\i iht' Itors nf the /fteHigrrutr : UI'.sTi.KMKN i—A Inie correspondent in your paper, having denied to Mr. Jkkikrin the merit of being the founder of the V irginia University, and given it to the late (ieneral Chami.kh Vf.ntun Mkuceu, you ask v\ho was ihe real founder? Believing that I am well aei|uaintcd with their respective »■ I:: ims to the honor in question, 1 shall an - Nwf-r vour inquiry with all the fairness in hi v power; for I well knew both of the gentlemen when living, and for the memory of both 1 entertain a very high respect. We will begin with the claims of Mr. Jefferson, whose ageney in behalf of the uuivercity began sooner and was continued later than tiiat. of Mr. Mercer. As onrlv ns 1779, Mr. Jefferson prepared feir the board of rcvisors of the laws of Virginia a system of education for the State, which comprehended elementary schools, colleges, and a university. It was, however, far in advance of the sentiments of his country men, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 September 1858

\r\vs fiom Arizona mid Sew Mexico. St. Louis, Sop. 10.—Col. Saylcs, agent of tlic l'ostoffiee Department arrived liore to-day from Arizona. 110 reports the existence of a very lawless state of tilings in that country, the pistol and bowie knife being the only law recognized. Indian depredations were very frequent. Col. Saylcs speaks favorably of the mineral resources of the Territory, but deems the annexation of Sonora of the utmost importance to their successful development. The El l'aso and Fort Yuma wugon road expedition will complete their work in November. From New .Mexico Col. Snyles reports that the difficulties with the Navnjoo Indians were still unsettled. Gen. Garland had assured them that the murderers of Major ]'. rooks' servant must be given up ; and in view of pending trouble, had ordered Col. Miles from Fort Fillmore to Fort Defiance. Major Backus' command of reccruits crossod Walnut creek cn route for Fort Union on the 21th tilt. [Special dispatch to the Baltimore Ru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 September 1858

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 September 1858

.lOFERSimU REPUBLICAN Vol. ».*. Jeffersonian Republican, IS PUBLISHED WEKKLY BY J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,30 per annum, payable invariably in advance, and at the same rate for a shorter time. No attention will be given to a notice from a subscriber to stop his paper,unless the money is sent with such notice, ty pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. Advorertisements inserted nt the rate of $l, for every square of 10 lines or less, for three wee Us, and 2d cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or calculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of a personal and private character will be charged for as an advertisement. Job work and advertising, unless paid for at the time che work is done, will be charged with interest as merchant * account* " ' ■T7-Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be paid f...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 September 1858

The Duel Near Richmond Va. It was stated on Saturday that a duel took place on Friday morning near Richmond, Va. between Mr. O. Jennings Wise, one of the editors of the Enquirer, and a son of Governor Wide, and the Hon. Sherrard Clemens, representative in Congress from the Wheeling district. The Richmond Whig says : The weapons used were duelling pistols, and the distance ten paces, or less than thirty feet. Three shots were exchanged without effect. At the fourth, the ball from Mr. Wise's pistol struck Mr. Clem«ns on the right thigh, a little below the hip and passed through—causing a serious fractnre of this bone—Mr. Wise was uninjured. The parties then returned to the city, and Mr. Clemens was conveyed to his hotel, where he now lies under surgical treatment. The 'wound, we understand, has, as yet, caused him but little suffering, or rather, he has thus fur evinced the utmost fortitude, maintaining the composure which he said to have exhibited in the field. The difficulty grew ou...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 September 1858

Fortifying the Alps. A letter from Switzerland states it is said to be ip the contemplation of the French government to construct a fort in the Col de Fa Faucille, on the French side of the frontieiy at a heigth of 1,323 metres above the eea. The high road from Paris to Geneva passes over it after crossing the territory of the Dappes. The preparatory plans of the fort have been already commenced by some officers of engineers. It is said that a sum of 3 000,000 francs will be allotted for this military work. Lieut. Gillis sailed from Panama t» the English steamer, on the 15th inst., for Paita, to take observations of the eclipse which is expected to tako placo on the Bth proximo. Fortunately he reached there just in time to connect with the South Pacific steamer. Movements of the Troops on the Plains. St. Louis, Sept. 17.-By the Utah mail, we learn that one company of troops had left Fort Bridger for Oregon, and others, would Jeave soon. Col. Brice's battalion, of Utah volunteers, un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 September 1858

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 30 September 1858

iliiriKSOVlA\ RKPIIBIICA.I. Vol. vs. Jeffersonian Republican, (8 PVBI.ISUKD WEEKLY MY J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at |2,50 per nnnun*, payable invariably in advance, and at the same rate tor a shorter time. No attention will be given to o notice from a subscriber to slop his paper,unless th»» money Li sent with such uotice, to pay the amount that is due up lo the time a discontinuance is ordered. Adver«rti»emenU inserted at the rate of $l, for every K.lUiire of 10 lines or leas, for three weeks, and 2i cents f-»r each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and e-harged accordingly. Kvery communication or notice intended or calculated ,to promote any private enterprise or iutorest, or io of a personal and private character w ill bo charged for as an advertisement. Job work and advertising, unless paid for at the time ehe work is done, will be charged with interest as merchant'" accounts • _ Obituary Notices ox<fteding ten l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 30 September 1858

The Mine "comet' 1 1* derived from a Greek word (kome.) mentilug hair, and it was ttupposed that they "shook nor nnd pestilences from their horrid hair.''—St. jLouin lii'pub. To the Editor* of The South : The communication below was prepared according to date, the day after the meetin)? lie Ween Messrs. Wise and Ci.kmknr. It.whs, however, withheld for reasons satisfactory to myself. I now request its insertion. 1 deem it unnecessary to make any addition or comments, as I do uot think any can doubt the justification of Mr. Clemens in sending the challenge. The justillcation for his subsequent course, as that of myself, must be decided upon according to the facts »s here submitted. Very Rcspcctfullv, C. HIVING. A CARD. Riciimonii, 18th September, 1858. Having heard various rumors with vefercfice to the difficulty between the lion. Sherruxd Clemens and O. Jennings Wise, Esq., and, conceding the justice of criticism upon th© seconds in allowing the exchange of f.jnr shots, t» the absenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 30 September 1858

Victoria and American Trotters. A foreign corespondent of the New York Express states that the following story was told him by the official who conducted him through Windsor Castle Stable : It seems Her Majesty, as well as Prince Albert, loves fast horses, and she never rides without her nags arc upon the quickest trot. Well, sho heard of the speed of New York horses, nnd somehow the story of the rapid movements of u pair of them, in Loudon, rcuched the ears of the Prince and the Queen. They were both anxious to see their movemonts and try their speed, which being made known to their American owner, he forthwith challenged Prince Albert to test the uietal of his animals, between London and Windsor. The royal party were to have 20 minutes start and change horses on the road while the American trotters were to go through the entire distance. The affair was wholly private, but it leaked out anions the grooms, and all was excitement. Having reached the half way house, and ready, with fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 30 September 1858

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 October 1858

JEffERSOJVIAAT REPUBLICAN Vol. 9,%. Jeffersonian Republican, j in rrßLiaiiKP wkekly by J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, $2.30 per annum, pnvable invariably in advance, and at the name rate for a shorter time. No attention will be given to a notice from a flubucrlb«r to stop hi.« paper,unlew the money in sent with such oi4ice, to pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance \* ordered. Advertisements inserted nt the rate of $l, for every square of 10 lines or lees, for three weeks, nnd 25 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every eommunieatlon or uotice intended or calculated %o promote any private enterprise or interest, or Is of a personal and private character will be charged for as an advertisement. Job work and advertising, nnless paid for at the time che work is done, will be oharged with interest as merchant's accounts Obituary exceeding ten Uner must be Prtntf 1 * "'r*' .If,i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 October 1858

Xew-*'or!s ionfhponiU'Uff- Ocean Telegraph', Lo.^oJtU'.! hMi iu; Husiritsa Election*—North Oaroltnmng in. AVio Yuri-—Quarantine — Frosty-Ftishionable*— Cfyurvhen—American Institute-Liq-uor dealer*—' 'Zona re." The "celebraters" here not only burned the City Hull, but killed in its infancy the telegraph itself; at least it hr.s shown no signs of speech since the lirst iustaut. They hay ut its tenuiiuis thr.t' it still lives, but is nimble to communicate. Why may not the "dead language'* be applied toil? The fault is supposd to be soyie abrasion near the shore, w here the water becomes shallow, mid the cord is subject to bo moved about by the waves. Its friends are not at all discouraged, and think a few days will put it to rights. The news of the loss of the steamer Austria wus sudden and terrible The Austria wus built in 1857, at Greenock, »nd cost $300,000. She left Hamburg Sept. J, with a crew of 100, and 480 passengers. Out of this number 67 are only known to be saved. On the 13t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 October 1858

Later from Europe. St." Louis, Oct. 4.—Dates from Salt Lake are to the 4th of September. Gov. Cummiugs had been on a pleasure trip to Cottonwood, Kauyon, in company with the elito of Mormondom. Breaches of the peace were frequent, and terrible times were expected with the Indians. The mails of 17th August were do- strayed by them. They threaten to rob cv- ' ery mail, and stampede the stock of the California emigrant trains. Brigham Young wbb still self incarcerated. Blackwood's Magazine. The September number of Blackwood', Edinburgh Magazine, has been roceived. The following is tlio table of Contents • Cherbourg—The Speetaole, What will he do with it '—By Pisistratus Cnxton.—• Part XV t. Respiration and Suffocation, The Light oil the Hearth.—Part I. A Parochial Epic, John Company's Farewell to John Ball, The Commons at Cherbourg.—By One of Themselves. Subscription PritfJt.—Blackwood or any one of the Reviews $3 a year. Blackwood and one Review, ur any two Reviews, $5. The four Revie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 October 1858

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 October 1858

JEFFEUSOVIAV RKPIIBLICAN. Vol., 2.1. Jeffersonian Republican, IS Pt-flttSHEt) WEEKLY BY J.Alcxauder, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,50 per annum, pnvabte invariably in advance, and i at the same rate for a shorter time. No attention will be given to a notice from a nubßcrib*r to stop his pap«r,uuless tho money is sent with such notice, to pay tho amount that is due up to tho time a discontinuance is ordered. AdverertiseuienU inserted at the rate of $l, for every square of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 25 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or calculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of a personal and private character will be charged for as an advertisement. Job work and advertising, unless paid for at the time che work is done, will bo charged with interest as merchant's accounts ti'y~ Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 October 1858

IIIIIHIRT OH? THE T.4IIIKF * «!' TOLI. OS Tilt: tlltblMA TK.il. K.tlLltO.«l>. t»> I'HARI.KP K 1 LIST, JU., CONHTJI.TINO K.VGINKSK. KKI'ORT. 1 Washington, D. C., August, 18f>H. To the President and Jjirectvrs oj the Virginia (Central Railroad Company:— Uk.ntlkmk* : Tn compliance with your request, I have carefally examined the tariff of toll, which has been in use on your road since 18.'»5, and submit herewith a substitute for it. In recommending ft radical change of the system of charging toll, which is generally practised in this country, and proposing to substitute well matured principles applied to carefully collected facts, for mere arbitrary exactions, I deem it due to the Company, as well as to myself, to present an outline of the process by which I have produced the tariff of rates now offered for your adoption. I am fully aware of the difficulties incident to the duty which you have commissioned rae to perform. First, must be surmounted the d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 October 1858

jt Falsehood Exposed. A writer in ii late number of the New York Times, purporting to hail from Lexington, Virginia, stated that Mr. Letchcr was zealously supported for Governor, by the Northern wing of the Methodist Church in Western Virginia, upon the ground of liis anti-slavery opinions and feelings, and that the said Church had its emissaries all over the State working for the nomination of Mr. L. This statement was published iu the columns oflhe Richmond Enquirer, and, perhaps, lit the Richmond The Statement bore tho marks of falsehood upon Its face, and Wfts doubtless gotten np by some of the enemies of Mr. Letchcr to prejudice that gentleman in Eastern Virginia. A writer iu the Enquirer of the 30th September, responds to the silly communication iu the Times, and states the following facts which completely upsets tho uicely concocted scheme of his enemies to iiijure him in the opinion of the slaveholders of the State. "Mr. Letehor is no friend, but a decided public opponent of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 October 1858

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