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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 December 1884

(Established iu 1835.) (The fcffctsotiian, PUBLISHED SVERIf WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wedncstlaiy, Dccciiilit'r 17,1881 A Mysterious Sulitorrnucan Fire— Highlaud County's Sensation. The phenomenon in the shape of a burning mountain on the farm of Mr. Giles Gum, on Back Creek, in this county, is still exciting much interest. It was my privilege, in company with Mr. Edwin Wade, of Valley Centre, to visit the scene of this curiosity a few days ago. From what 1 had heard, from my limited knowledge and observation of coalbeds, I thought it altogether probable that this was coal. On reaching the place, however, I confess I was completely puzzled, and although we spent about one hour and a half in a careful investigation of the burning substance, I am not able to give you a beneficial account of my observation. On approaching the mountain we could not discern smoke or any other sign of fire. Upon reaching the place designated, we soon found by the surface heat whore ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 December 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. J- (The lleffetsoman, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKETr & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy,one year #1 00 One copy, six months ... 65 One copy, three months 40 Unlets Paid in Advance, $1 50 Will be Charged, A copy of the piper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 name? accompanied hythecaah; If preferred a commission will bo paid. to a * K'*l RNT V. Jta .«lit V DVKHTIHI i*« 1 {Jit- iqnureione iuch) one Insertion 91 ()0 Two squares ' two Inches) one insertion ...2 00 Legttl advertisements seventy-five cents per Square lor each insertion. •irSpecial contracts made for advertisements for a long period. JOB WORIv.—We are prepared to do all hinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. THE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, X CUAKLTOTEBVILLE. VA. Call and Interest bearing Deposit"Solicited KlscouutH and renewals ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 December 1884

(KMablUbeQln 1335.) She Ifeffetsonian, PUBLISHED SVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. Wednettdar, DecemlM'r ii 4.1884 The XicarHSiiHi) Canal. We are not acquainted with the details of tho treaty negotiated between the United States and the Republic of Nicaragua. But we can not believe that there are any features in it which should prevent its ratification aud execution. To secure this passage across Niacaragua has been deemed by our best statesmen of the greatest importance to us as a people. The President, in his message in reference to the treaty, gives the following facts concerning the thorough practicability of tho scheme: "Nicaragua is about 90 miles long and 40 miles in greatest width. The water is fresh and affords abundant depth for vessels of the deepest draught. Several islands give facilities for establishing coal stations, supply depots, harbours and plices for repairs. The advantage of this vast inland harbor is evident. The lake is 110 feet above tid...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 December 1884

She fkffcisonian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING uv BLAIvEY & PROUT, Wednesday, Weeeinfoor 21.1884 Larger Circulation tlinn nuj Pnper in Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A.M. Closes 7,50 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. CmsArKAKi: and Ohio—Going West, 2.65 P.M. Going Kast, 11.30 A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Going South, 12.30 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Nltflit Mails close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Oflicoopen from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Mails close—Going South...lo 30 A.M " " " Going North... 4.0il P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 0 30 P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. O. From Fast 2.45 P. M West 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P.M. •' » South 5.15 " Monti/ Order Ruainets—Honrs from OA. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. M. H.S. Loud, P. M. Excursion. There will be an excursion to Alexandria, Washington, and Baltimore, Friday, December 20, 1884, via Virginia Mid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 December 1884

(Established iu 1835.) She feffcrsotuan, PUBLISHED HVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. W Urarmber 84,1881 Winter Protectlou or Plants. Injury to plant-life may arise from several causes, prominent among them high, intensely cold winds during a very dry time. Again, death may follow sudden and decided changes in temperature, especially when the mercury falls, although a 9udden and very marked rise will frequently prove deleterious. Improper soil, especially that which is retentive of water, is a fruitful source of damage. Sudden freezing and thawing of the soil is hurtful, and death may be occasionally traced to this source. Another evil to guard against is the direct rays of the sun on many species of plants easily influenced by heat, as vegetation when once melted is readily damaged. But the greater percentage of loss arises from constitutional inability to withstand the low temperature sometimes incident to the Middle States A re< em writer on vegetab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 December 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. }- Ihf Hcffctsottiau, HT.UNHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING P.Y BLAKEV & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year »' jJJ| One'copy. six months "" One copy, three months 11 Unless Paid In Advance, #1 50 Will bo Charged. A cony of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 names accom pan led by thocash ;If preferred .• roMmlsslon will be paid. T UANSIRNT BATKS FOR ADVERTISING, One squure lone inch)one insertion. SI 00 Two squares (two Inches) one insertion...2 00 Legal advertisements seventy-live eentß per Square lor each insertion. iW-Speelal contracts made for advertisements For a long period. 108 WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of HOOK AND JOB I'RINTING at short notice. Order* from the city and surrounding country will receive PBOMPi attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. rnHB HANK UP ALBEMARLE, I CHARLTOTESVILLE, VA. I! all and 1 uterest bearing Deposits Sol Idled L>lseouutsand renewals...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 December 1884

(Established In 1835.) She J| effftsonian, PUBLISHED KVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BLAKEY & PROUT. Wednesday, December 31,1884 Retrospect of 1884. The year 1884, which closes tonight,has been to the people of these United States, a year of peace and plenty and of prosperity, although there has been tightness in the money market and some distress among some manufacturers, with low prices for agricultural products, except meat, poultry, butter and fruit, which have borne remunerative prices. But the great event of the year was the defeat in the Presidential Elect ion of .the corrupt ring of Republican leaders, who have for years run the Republican party, and in its name ruled and robbed the country. They were rapidly spreading the gangrene of corruption from Federal to State officers, and thence among the mass of the people, aud sapping the foundations of liberty and good government. Happily for our country, their lease of power has ended, and an honest, fearless man wtll soon b...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 December 1884

(The f cffrtQOttian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, December :tl, 1884 Larger Circulation Minn any Pnppr in Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Offlce Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.30 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chf.sapbakf. and Ohio—Going West, 2.55 P. M. Going East, 11.80 A. M. WAsniNoros City, Vlroinia Mibland— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 1.00 P. M. Night Malljs close nt 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Olflee open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—Going 50uth...10.80 A. M 14 " " Going North... 4.00 P. M Night, Mails close on Sunday 6.30 P. M Honrs nt which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. & O. From East 2.15 P. M " •' Wnst 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P.M. " " South 5.15 " Monty Ortler Iluxint'AS —Hours from ft A. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. M.H.S. Lon«!,P. M. V. SI. C A. The week of prayer will be observed by the Young Men,sChristian Association of thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 December 1884

(Established In 1835.) She Hfffersonian, PUBLISHED «VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. Wednesday* December 30,1584 OLD. They call me old, it may be The frost is on my hair, But in my heart is summer. And sunshine always there. For I have true hearts to love, And keep the cold away; And when the fruit hai vanished, The summer-time will stay. I think such hearts as mine Can never more grow old; Because so many love me With love that is untold. 1 quaff of love's elixir, And my heart is always young ; I have found the fabled fountain, Of which the poet sung. Oh, love me! love me always! And though my hair be gray, My heart will hold the sunshine Of a happy summer day. Simon the Healer. Hints About Breaking Colts. Break and drive colts by using the home-made "rig," ofteu described as a "breaking-cart"—a stout pair of wheels and axle with shafts attached, running out behind eight feet or so according to the height of the wheels. This is to prevent backing and rearing. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 January 1885

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. y fhc §effctsonian, rrnusiiEi) EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING & PItOUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copv, one yenr il 00 One'copy.Kix months «•> One copy, three months 4" Unleu Paid in Advance, $1 50 Will be Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to tiny person who will send us HJ names accompanied by thecash; if preferred a commission will be paid. TRANSIENT RATES KOR ADVERTISING. <)ne squure (one inch) one Insertion 81 00 Two squares (two inches) one insert i0n...2 00 Legal advertisements seventy-five cents per Square for each Insertion. *4rSpeclal contracts made for advertisements for a long period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. rpHR BANK OF ALBEMARLE, X CHAIILTOTESVILLE, VA. Call .anil Interest bearing Deposits Solicited Discount Hand rene wain ut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 January 1885

(Established lu 1835.) (The Jdfaooirian, ITIiMSHKI* JSVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BLAKEY & PKOUT. n'ciliirNiliiv, January 7. ISWS The I*r«'*w Favorable to tlie \i- caraguan Canal. Tito Buffalo Times, the Philadelphia Call the Easton (Ha.) Free I'ress, the Atlanta Constitution, the Washton Sentinel, the Chicago Tribune, the Jacksonville (Fla.,) Times Union the Charleston South Carolina News and Courier, tho Burlington I lankeye. the New Orleans Picayune, the Winona (Minn.,) Republican, the Saginaw Courier, tho Now York Herald, the Baltimore American, the Philadelphia North American, and many other leading papers are in favor of the project. FOREIGN IXTKKFEKENCE to any serious extent need not bp feared. Grait Britain may protest against it as a.violation of the Clayton Bulwer Treaty, which she herself has already violated, and which the building of this canal will be no violation, lriit she will go no further. Labouchier's paper, the Truth (English) scouts the idea that the Cla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 January 1885

£hc Kcffctsonian, IT BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, WptlneHilay, January ?, 18S5 Larger Circulation tlian nnj Paper in Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE "HOURS. Office opens TJX) A. M. Closet* 7.90 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. On ksa peakk and OHlO—Going West, 2.55 P. M. Going Bast, tI.W A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Going South, 1'2.00 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Mulls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 2 to .'J P. M. Sunday Malls close—Qoli)KSon(h...lo.BoA.M " " " OoingNorth... 4.00 P. M Night. Mails close on Sunday 6.30 P. M Hours at which the mails are opened ami read for distribution : C. A O. From Fast 2.45 P. M West 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P. M. " 11 South 5.15 " Money Order Hours from 9A. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Huuday. M. 11. S. LOMK. P. M. Not ice to Subscribers. We have recently mailed to a number of our subscribers, statements of their accounts, to which we hop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 January 1885

(Established In 1835.) £hc |jcffmoniatt, rrni.isnisn KVERV WEDNESDAY MORNING BLAKEY & PROUT. Wednesday. January 7. ISSS Hoarding of (.old. The absorption of gold and silver by great nations has long afforded a curious problem to economists. The almost uninterrupted How of silver to the Eastern nations through centuries was a striking example of this, and remains as yet in a great measure unexplained. The large imports of gold into this country immediately after the revival of industry in 1878 and 1879 was a movement on a much smaller scale, but it showed how immense quantities of the metal could be poured into a country and disappear, almost without leaving a trace of its existence. In time this gold reappeared in the holdings of the banks, and it was largely employed to extend banking facilities in the West. \etj the returns from the Treasury and lYom national and State banks did not account for the imports and domestic production of gold. Not only were large quantities...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 January 1885

OLD SERIES, Voi,. XXXVIII. J- (The HcffetGonian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BLAKE\ & PROUT. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. Oneeopy,one year.. 81 °® One copy, six months. - J; One copy.three month* w Unlea* Palil In Advance, $1 50 Will be Charged. A oouv of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will lend us 1" nRmoR Acoom pan led by thecal; If preferred a commission will he paid. T B ANSI KST KATF.H luK XUVBIITIMVO One souure(one lnchl one Insertion. *1 OJJ Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion...2 00 Legal advertisements seventy-flve cents per Square tor each Insertion. contracts made for advertisements for a long period. tor WORK —Wo are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders ve VIioMPT rounding country will receive 1 ROM* i ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. riIHE BANIC OF ALBEMARLE, I CHAItLTOTESVILLE. VA. Call and Interest bearing Deposits Solicited Discounts and renewals ttnclli/ alz pur cent. Discount...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 January 1885

(Established lu 1*15.) (The .Mt'croonian, PUBLISHED RVEHY \V KO>' KSDAV MOK.MMi HV BLAKEY & PROTJT. ntMlncMilav. January as. ihmj*. I'hi' l.on I*ri«'e of C'crealH-Wluit Hill you «lo About it '! The low price of wheat, corn and ' other kinds of grain ought to stimulate our farmers to inquire into, and to ascertain in what ways the evil effects of these low prices can be remedied. Instead of indulging in the disposition to croak and give way to despondency, it will be wiser i to set their wits to work, to see whether these cereals can not be used on their farms, in various ways that will yield more than by hauling them to market and selling them. Many of our most practical farmers have doubtless taken this view of the matter, and profited by it. But there are many who have not done so. For the benefit of the latter class, we beg leave to suggest, that corn, wheat etc., are selling, relatively, much lower than meat, and therefore they will find it greatly to thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 January 1885

ahc Kcffetooniitn, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING lIY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, January 2S. 1885. Larger Circulation tlinn any Paper iu Piedmont Virginia. " LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Oficft Notice. OFFICE HOURS Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.30 I*. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chesapkakk and Ohio—Going West, 2.55 P. M. Going East, 11.SO A. M. Washington City. Virginia Midland— Going South. 12.50 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls olose at » P. M. SUNDAY HOUBB. Office open from 2 to S P. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSouth...lo 30 A.M • • " " Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 8 30 P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. 4 O From F.ast 2.45 P. M " West 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P.M. •• " South 5.15 " Money Order Ruslnesa— Horns from 9A. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Suuday. _ ... M. H. S. Long P. M. Information Wanted. Mr. James Guild, of No. 105 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C., has written to Dr. Har...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 January 1885

(E-»tab'llPhed In 1K35.) ahc PUBLISHED VVKKY XV KD\ ENUA V HORNING 11Y UJLAKEY & PKOUT. IVcdiM'Mlav. January 3M, ISNS. grown quite confidential; Colonel Seymour had heard how, when years ago he had come to see Kitty at school, all the girls had straightway fallen in love with her brother! " Yos, but you were not among them ?" he asked pointedly. " Oh, indeed I was, and did my very utmost to make myself most conspicuous. Of no use; you passed without throwing a second glance in my direction." " Impossible!', 44 Nothing of the s«rt. Besides, after that, we met many times in society." But this the Colonel denied at all risks. No earthly power would induce him to believe, he had ever met Mrs. Coventry; if so, he must — ho should—ho could not help remembering her. He stayed to luncheon, he came to afternoon tea, and sat hour after hour chatting, in the vain hope that Mrs. Coventry might be driven into asking him to dinner; but as she was resolved not to do this, he ' had to f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 July 1885

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. J- fhe fcffrtsoman, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEIf & PROUT, Terms of Subsoription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year 81 00 One copy, six months One copy, three months 40 Unless Paid in Advance, $1 50 Will bo Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 namesaccompanied by thecash; if preferred a commission will be paid. T a VKSIENT RATES FOR ADVERTISING. U )t souure tone Inch) one insetion $1 00 Two sn 4>iv -s (two inches) one insertion...2 00 ladvertisements seventy-flve cents per Square for each Insertion. Special contracts made for advertisements for a long period. JOB WORK.-We are "prepared To do all kinds of BOOK AND JOh PRI Vi'lNGi at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION". BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. rpHK BANK OF ALBEMARLE, X CHARLTOTESVILLE, VA. Call and Interest bearing Deposits Solicited Discounts and renewals strictly six...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 July 1885

' Established!!! 1835.) a lie 3lcftVroonian. ri'ULISHED JiVEKY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PKOUT, IVt'dneNilitv, July 15.1585. A lCopiiblicaii Platform. The New York Tribune lays down the following platform to be adopted by the liepublicans of New York and which shall also be the keynote of the campaign of 1885 as follows : "Civil Service Reform, Municipal reform, legislative reform, honest currency, loyalty to the union, civil and equal rights to voters North and South." Any one who has kept himself even partially informed on the current politics of the day, and on the political history of tho Republican party, could hardly receive this announcement as anything else than a piece of grim humor. Who is it remembers the Hayes presidential steal; the theft of the electoral votes of Florida, Louisiana, etc., the thousands of dollars spent in. the purchase of votes that placed Garfield in the Presidential chair; in fact, the open and notorious purchase and sale of votes for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 July 1885

* • i'.c §cffctsonian, rrnusiiKD :n r.r.v Wednesday ihormxg by R: AKKY & PROUT, 15,1855. rt'ciiiiittoi'. tli,in any Paper in S ocni'i.l. Virginia. Post-Office Notice. Of FICI. lIOURB. Otfl?e opens 700 A. M. Closes 7.50 P. M M VILS CI.OSE. n-i-.n'.ijutsjui '•trio—Going West,3.ls f 1 M t ,1 :t.' !'U: ' 11A.M. a -.vxriv: us City Viboinia Muii.andi;, s i.t'i !'■ M. Going North, 3.25 . ,j£h' Malls close at tf P. M. -t'X! AV HOURS. O "\o<' oje'll from 5 to 5.80 P. M. «Un lin Math, Uose—GolngSouth... 32RP.M Going North... 3.25 P. M Nlu'lit Mails close on Sunday 6.30P.M Hours it which the malls are opened and read for distribution : (' A O From Kast 4.15 P. M West 12 M V. M. " North 5.15 P.M. " " South 5.15 " lr-inpi/ Order I!n*tness—llours from 7A. M to 7.30 P. M. Closo Saturday at 4 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. _ M. H. S. I.OHO, P. M. r.OCAL MATTERS. The Walcr is Here. The piping through the town to tho reservoir lias been completed and the co...

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