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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 October 1858

Vol. fix. Jeffersonian Republican, is rcßLisnpn weekly by J.Alcxander, 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 siibscfiber to stop his paper,unless the money is sent with Ruch aotice, to pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. lenienta inserted at the rate of $l, for every •quare of 10 lines or less, for three week*, and 25 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. livery communication or notice intended or calculated to promote any private enterprisw 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 ehe work is done, will be charged with interest as merchant's accounts Cr7" Obituary Notices exceeding ten linen, must be |)fiid for us advertisements ■Xy Printi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 October 1858

From the New York New?. Tic Utorloua K«tv« from California , Fully toullniifd Uy the arrival, yesterday moruinir, of the Itrumor from Aspinwallj we have been put, in possession ol'our regular files of Califor-! nift papers. The political intelligence is j more cheering for the Democracy than was i received by the previous arrival. It now j iip|H'iirß thut the Democratic majority for; Supreme Court, the only State officer ruin nine, i" nearly 8,000. The Sena'e stands! 11l Democratic to 10 Black Republican.— j The House luvs 56 Democrats to 2« r > mou-1 grels Thtj Sacramento Union says the j contest is of decisive moment, as affecting' the political complexion of California, and | us showing the permanent position which «he is to occupy in her State and Federal relations... The i*Bue teas distinctly made. l'arty lines were distinctly drawn. The isr sue was made <njain»t the Administration, ; and all th'e heterogenous elemeuts (just. ns j in I'eniiMlvaniua on Tues...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 October 1858

DEMOCRATIC MEETING. rTMIE DEMOCRATS of tba County of Albemarle, _|_ are requested to meet in Charlottesville, on Monday. November Int., Court Day. The time and place of meeting, will be made known through printed hand* bills. A general attendance is requested. Oct. *2l, ISSS. MANY DEMOCRATS. MARRIED. On the 12th inst.. by Rev. John E. Massey, Mr. NATHAN B. NORRIS of Missouri, and Mrs. ANN E. VIA, daughter of Win. G. Barksdale of Albemarle. At Christ Church, New Brighton. New York, Oct. 5, by the Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, assisted by the Rev. P. P. Irving. Mr. J. T. TRIST, of Philadelphia, to Miss MARIA E. D. S. LYMAN, youngest daughter of the late Hon. J. H. Lyman, of Northampton, Mass. The bridal couple were both mutes—deaf and dumb from infancy. The Express says : We all know the exquisite beauty of the marriage vervice of the Episoopal Church, but new graces and force were lent by the symbolic rendering of the Rev. Mr. Gallaudet-, who with the Rev. Pierre Irving performed the ceremon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 October 1858

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 October 1858

JIffERSOfIFIAfI REPUBIICAW. Vol. '25. Jeffersonian Republican, H pcbimhko wrkkly BT J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, .1 $2,50 per finnum. payable invariably in advance. and it the same rate for n shorter time. miWriSo attention will be given to a notice from, a t,r to Mop hi, paper,unlets the money w wit » «.. h notice, to pay the amount that i» due up to the ti.ne a discontinuance is ordered. mrt Adverertisementa inserteJal the rateoi ft, o tqunre of 10 lines or lent, for three wee", »«» -•> " tnl fur ortch continuance. . All advertisements continued until ordered t - ,J sto l J ped and charged accordingly. .calculated Every communication or nonce intended orealculatad to promote any private enterprise or interest o ts of a personal and private chancier will b« charged for a. an Job wo°k e "nd advertisine, unless paid for at the time ,ho wo k is done, will be charged with interest as .nerNotices exceeding ten lines, must be .W. nearly opposite ba Uonticello...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 October 1858

Heard tuff the I.ion tn IIU lieu. llussia is boldly taking position in Uieren j frciit and teeth of French ami Kairlishdom- j inution, in the Mediteranian. The town ami harbour of Villa-franer lately obtained, on le« -»■, from Sardinia— the ally ol I-ranee and Rnglund in tin ir gigantic Ji'<■*<-'o in the f';!meii—is within ten miles of France, two milvs from Nice, nnd in the most favorable j position for becoming a small Sibastapol in tire heart of the Mediteraiiean. General la Xlnrmora has just notified th.c P'edmontese' troops occupying the barracks around the.t harbor that tiiey must forthwith evnennte the Fame, and retire on Nice ; which town, taking alarm left a quarantine or lazaretto es'ablishment should be set up at \ ilia-frnnca, so ficav their watering placc, the worthy Getieml tfnuquiliml them by announcing oflieiatly "that the seaport ofVilla-frnnca is now j.urt and portion of all the Kassias, and that the. new prorietors are the Steam Company for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 October 1858

The Dentil of Lieut. Allen. From our Oregon flics wc derive the following relative to the killing of Lieut. Allen, but would remark that it does not coincide with the account received ut the Departmental Washington, and which wus published in the Star some two weeks ago. "We have the statement that the circumstances connected with the killing of Lieut. Allen, were somewhat us follows : There is a division among the tribes west of ilie Columbia river relative to lighting the troops. Some desire to fight and others w'ish to make peace. Ouhi and Qualchien decided to remain hostile, while Cothaute and Choshosekan with their families, were for peace. The latter separated from the hostiles and taking with them their families and stock, were proceeding towards Sinteoe. Thev met Maj Qamett's command unit the chiefs entered his camp with a flag of truce; they represented themselves and chiefs as friendly. But an Indian who was wiili Garnet's command reported tliut aino'g these Indians there ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 October 1858

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 November 1858

vol. "is. Jeffersonian Republican, IS ITBMfllIFt> WEKKI.Y BY J.Alexauder, Editor & Proprietor, at. $2.30 per annum pnyaMe invariably in advance, and dt the name rate Tor a shorter time. No attention will be jriven t" ft notW from a *>üb«eri« her to stop hi c paper,unless the money is .«ent with sneh notice, to pay the amount that, is due •»!> to the time a discontinuance is ordered. Adverertiaement* inserts .it the rate of *l, for every tqti&re "f 10 l«ne q or lea?, for three weeks, urn 1 +5 cents for each continuance. All advertisement* continued until ordered to he nop. boil and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intend, d or calculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, ot 4 of a personal and private character will be charged for aa an advertisement. ...» Job work and a'vorti«W, unless nai l for at the time eh" work i* done, will he "harmed with interest as merchant's account# Ohit'iary Noi.ice* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 November 1858

I,aiti from Oregon. Tho letter mentioned by telegraph as havinp hecu received ut New Haven I >y the father of L'.. Tyler, gives uii account of another buttle which was fought four days after that ut " Four Rivers.'' The command luid left the sf' tio of the former fight and •rmten übout nine tniivs, when they again saw the Indians before th»in. 'L tic letter ws : They formed a Very animating fight, prancing about on timves, tricked out in nil their finery, singing their war .songs, and evidently feeling very confident. My com- j pur) was one of those first thrown forward | to uieet them. They commenced operations j l>j setting fire to the grass and chargingj de-.vfl upon tic through the smoke. The tire, however,, did noi. detain us much, ; and we soon left it far behind us, and by! dropping some of them from their saddles, ■ cur Minnie bullets warned them to keep i their distance. VVe finally drove them into ; the timber. We of course pitched in after! them, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 November 1858

The Richmond Enquirer wishes to know whether the fight now wapitif? in Virginia between the friends of Mr. LKTOHEttatid his opponents is a Wjsk and Hunter fight If it is so our cotemporary wants to know the fact. Wc cannot enlighten thatjournal upon this point, but we give it, as onr opinion, that its part of the fight is a very un-u-i\e one.—Lynchburg llepub Democratic Meeting* At a meeting of a portion of the Itemocratlc party of Bedford, licM lit the Court-house, pursuant to a notice on the 2!>th of October, (that befog court day,) on motion, Dr. F 11. BoAitn was called to the Chair, and l)r. V. C. SuTrtii.v and Wm. H. lUysolds, were appointed fiee'ys 'Die object of tllo meeting having been explained by the Chnir, a Committee of six was appointed to report resolutions for the consideration of the meeting. The Committee consisted of the following grutleirien ; Wm. M. Burwell, Lewis C, Arthur, P. M Wright, John Davis, Jr., John Goode, Jr., and Wm. V, Jordan. After consul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 November 1858

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 November 1858

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. Vol. »5. Jeffersonian Republican, I* PUBLISHED WEEKLY B* J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at ji5,50 per anmira, payable invßrinl.ly In advance, and at, the same rate for a shorter tiine. So attention will bo given to a notice from a subscriber to stop his paper,unless the money is sent with such uolice, to pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. Adverertisements inserted at the rate of $l, for «very square of 10 lines or lees, for three weefcs, nud 25 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or calculated tu pr>iuioee any private f ntcrwriue or Interest, or Is of a ,i«rsouftl and private character will be charged for as an advertisement. Job work and advertising, unless paid for at the tune che work is done, will be charged with interest as merchant's accounts » i Obituary Notices exceeding ten ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 November 1858

From the N. Y. Neut. The Slate ut I.»rgc. fVmtrnry to our expectations, th<> Blnck "Republican" State ticket is probably electro -by a plurality of some fifteen or twenty Thousand. With three tickets apparently In the field against the Democracy, we had the greatest confidence in the success of Judjre Parker, and the other nominees upon our tickets. We had reason to anticipate, from the pretentions of the "Americans," that they would sustain their own nominations, but the result shows that we were mistaken. The body and soul of that despicable faction voted the straight "Republican" nominees. And from the tone of their papers yesterday, when he became certnin that Morgan was elected, it is evident that the result is satisfactory-to them. All The interest, apparently manifested for Burrows and Benton, is now proven to have been mere fiction. While the "American" •candidates were kept up, the loaders of the party, the Whig portion especially, were secretly plotti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 November 1858

MARRIED. In Augusta County, on Tuesday last by Rev. W. Brown, Col. PETER A. WOODS, of Richmond City, and Mrs. MARY W. BOURLAND. In Louisa County, yesterday morning (Wednesday.) by Rev. L. C. Haley, Mr. JAMES M. WAYT, of Richmond City, and Miss MARTHA B. CHILES, of Louisa. In this county, on Tuesday evening last at Edge Hill, the residence of Col. T. J. Randolph, by Rev. R. K. Meade, THOMAS GREENE PEYTON, Esq., of Richmond city, and Miss CARYANN CARR, daughter of the late Dabney S. Carr, Esq., of Baltimore. DIED, Near Greenfield, Nelson co„ on the 30th ult., Mr. MILETUS DAVIS, in the 23rd year of his age. In Galveston. Texas, on the 21st ult., of yellow fever, Mr. ALEX POPE GRYMES, in the 27th year of his age. Mr. G. was originally a native of Orange county. !fIR. BALDWIN'S LECTURE. OP. BALDWIN, Esq.. of Riohmond, will deliver , a series of Lectures, beginning on Monday, the lfilli inst., at the TOWN HALL, Charlottesville. Subjects, "BATTLE Ob' LIFE," "COUHT--BHIP:' "MARRIAGE AND SIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 November 1858

fOIfITING-HOISE CaiENDAR TOR 1858. I . ! x . o 2 *! E & 5 I I a i i IjJ * P£»ar a i , >5 ~ ® w U- - a * <!•- 'fi w> JASFA'V ....... 1 27 Hi 144 3 4 5 0 7 8 9,7 12 148 10 11 12 18 It 15 Hi 7 I 52 17 18 19 20 21 22 23|7 3 I 57 21 25 20 27 23 29 30 0 60 5 4 81 ! fCBK'BT 1 2 8 4 5 CO 40 511 7 8 it 10 11 12 18 042 >lB 11 15 10 17 18 lit 2015 31 520 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 0 20 5 84 28 MARCH -1 2 3 4 5 00 17 548 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 0 95 51 11 15 10 17 18 10 200 0 5 58 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 552 0 7 28 23 30 31 Al'Ril, 1 2 8544 016 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 5850 25 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 528 0 82 18 19 20 21 22 28 24 3200 89 25 20 27 28 29 80 StAV . . . .' 1518 047 2 3 4 5 I) 7 8 5 00 51 9 10 11 12 13 14 154 5017 1 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 I 517 fl 23 24 25 20 27 28 2011 40 7 11 80 81 I JU NX .... 1 2 8 4 0 1 40,7 14 0 7 8 9 10 11 1214 4817 17, 18 14 15 10 17 18 10, V 42,7 IS I 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 i 42|7 18 27 28 29 30 I | JULK 1 2 311 427 10 4 5 6 7 8 9 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 November 1858

JIVIIItSMIAI REPUBLICAN. Vol. 35. Jeffersonian Republican, IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. Alexander, Editor A 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 his paper,unless the money is sent with such notice, to pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. Adverertiseinents inserted at the rate of $l, for every square of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 25 cents for eaoh continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be (topped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended orcalculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of a personal and private charaoter will be charged for as an advertisement. ~ u Job work and advertising, unlet* paid for at the time ehe work is done, will be oharged with intereit a» merchant's accounts IX7- Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be paid for as adve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 November 1858

•ppcrcut that the atmggle wonld end In the dismemberment of that republic, which was a non-elaveholdlng power, the democratic party rejected a declaration that slavery should not be established within the territory to be acquired. When, in 1850, governments were to be instituted in the Territories of California and New Mexico, the fruits of thnt war, the democratic party refused to admit New Mexieo as a free State and only consented to admit California as a free State on the condition, as it has since explained the transaction, of leaving all of New Mexico, and Utah open to slavery, to which was also added the concession of perpetnal slavery in the District of Columbia, snd the passage of an unconstitutional, cruel, and humiliating law, for the recapture of fugitive slaves, with a further stipulation that the subject of slavery should never again be aeitated in either chamber of Congress. When in 1854, the slaveholders were contentedly reposing on these great advantages, then so rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 November 1858

Later from Europe. Nkw York, No*. 15.—The Stekmer Vanderbilt, with dates from Southampton, to Nov. 3d, arrived this afternoon. She had an extreme wintry passage. A new submarine telegraph company has been formed for laying a cable from Gal way to Quebec, with a capital of a million and a half. Spain is preparing to act against Mexico. The England and Holland submarine ca--I>le has been laid. The crew of the French brig Anna, whilst shipping laborers for the coast of Africa, was massacred by the negroes. Fifteen deaths occurred recently at Yorkshire, England, from eating lozenges in which arsemic had been mixed by mistake. Seventy others were seriously ill from the same cause. The new submarine cable, between' Galway and Quebec is to be of a different description from any now used. Madam Pfeifer, the celebrated traveler, is doad. There ii an augmentation of the Spanish fleet preparations to act against Mexico. From India there are advices that the rebels had captured Esang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 November 1858

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