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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 July 1885

(Established!!! 1836.) (The |jfffersQnian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY &PROUT, WednofMlar. Julj *5.1555. |Fob the Jeffkrsonian.l The Colter as a Suh-soil Plow. The common colter, if strong and well-constructed, answers all the purposes of a sub-soil plow. In fact, it is a better implement for pulverizing when used as a sub-soil plow. It runs deeper, the draft is much less, and it is more effective in nearly every particular. Why is it that farmers do not sub-soil their fields more frequently ? We are under the impression that not one in ten has a sub-soil plow, or substitutes the colter in the place of it. Now is not this, as respects most soils, an oinissitm that reduces the chances for good crops ? The work of sub-soiling is not appreciated as it should be. No farmer should fail to sub-soil, especially if the plowing he shallow and the soil ditlicult to break. The hard pan go common and so near the surface in many of our fields Is lifted and pulverized ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 April 1886

THE JEFFERBOMAH REFUBUCAH. ENTERED AT THE POST-OFFICE AT CHARLOTTESVILLE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER. Vol. 52. A GOOD MEETING. A call for a meeting of citizens interested in the movement to close the bar-rooms in this district was issued about 4 o'clock Thursday afterroojn, hi pv-rsuarce of which fi large crowd of ladies and gentlemen assembled at the Town Hall to hear addresses. The meeting was called to order by Prof. Orniand Stone, . and Mr. John S. Patton was chosen as secretary. Col. Venable proposed the following resolutions which were adopted unanimously by a rising vote: Whereas, The opportunity offered by our law-makers of voting for no license is the only feasible plan before us for ridding our community of the great and terrible evils resulting from the sale of liquors in our midst, evils acknowledged by all good men, Resolved, That we will not be led oft'by delusive side issues nor deferred propositions, but will do what our hands find to do in this cause with all our might. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 April 1886

ahc -Ijrffcvooman, PriSI.ISHKP EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY JAMES BLAKEY. Hoiulav. April 20. This fight is not of our seeking. The local aption bill is not a favorite with temperance people since in some particulars it goes too far. We de- 1 sired to delay a vote until the Legislature should have had time to amend it, so as to protect, or, at least, to leave unmolested,the only respectable interest concerned, the domestic wine interest, and so as to permit the'sale of alcoholic liquors, under proper restrictions, for medicinal and mechanical uses. It was expected that the dram shops would oppose this plan. We had and have no truce to offer them; as far as they are concerned it is a w&r of extermination, and a last battle, if such an unexpected fate should befall us, will not end this war. It was not expected that our grape-growers and domestic winemakers would rush into a fight which could only concern them in one way and that a beneficial one, for the closing of bars, who...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 April 1886

(The rrmsHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNIXG BY JAMES BLAKEY, Monday. April 20, 1880. LOCAL, MATTERS. Can you pray, "Lead us not into temption," and then vote for barrooms, which are very tempting to some of us? "Liberty or death," said the Saturday orators. "License or death" they meant. For the ballots will read "For the Sale" and "Against the Sale." Are you "for licensing the sale of intoxicating liquors," or "against licensing the sale of intoxicating liquors." This is the issue and no other. Under which flag, friend ? Satan quoted Scripture to tempt the fasting Messiah in the Wilderness. You need not be surprised then should the Scripture be quoted in favor of "the sale ot intoxicating liquors." The leading and ablest pro-license advocate was given a seat in the gallery at the school of technical and theoretical temperance on Saturday. Friend Hans Ulafis the peer of any of the mere professors. The break-water dodge of Saturday won nothing for the " whiskey - or-death" party, but had th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 April 1886

(Kstab lift lied in 1835.) (The PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY JAMES BLARED. Monday. April 20. ISSO. HOW LOCAL OPTION IIUINS VINELAND. In 1801 the Legislature of New Jersey granted Vineland a local option law. After ten years' trial a new election resulted: for license, 11; against license, 742. The township is ten miles long and eight miles wide, and the population in 1874 was 11,000„ At the start the valuation of property was 8128,400. In 1872 it was 8500,000, with taxes 35 cents on 8100. There was no lockup, jail, house of correction, court, police or fire department in town. Having no grog-shops, none of those agencies were needed. In 1873, an agent of Massachusetts Alliance visited Vineland, and also New Britain, Conn., and collected statistics, the population of the places being about the same. VINELAND. Grog-shops, .... 00 Cost of paupers, • - -$124 00 Cost of police, • • - 75 00 Liquor sold, 00 Habitual Drunkards, - - 27 SEW BRITAIN Grog-shops, 80 Cost of paupers, - - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 January 1887

OLD- SRKIES, Vol. XXXYIII. } fcffcroonwn, PUBLISHED •CVERY WEDNESDAY MORNYPTG BY JAMES BLAKEY, Torms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. OnAHnpy An»yaar fl 00 One copy, six months... 65 One copy,three months.. .. 4(1 Unless Paid In Advance $1.50 Will be CKargod A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 namesaccompanied bytheoash; if preferred a commission will be paid. TRAXBIRNTRATKS FOR A DVBRTISINO. One squure (one Inch)one Inaction ......fl 00 Two squares (two inches) one Insertion...2 00 advertisements seventy-five cents pei •Vjuare for each insertion. 4Ufßpeclal contracts made for advertlsew*uts for a long period. /OB WORK.—We are prepared to do all Mods of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. TJEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK, isr v I K iJKI'OSITORY) l'liid iij! (iiuitnl, - • 850,000. Rnr|)ln« ... s <> 1)1 St OKANTED TO HEPOSITOUs A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 January 1887

(I'lstabUsheil in 1835.) (The Kcffctsonian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY JAMES BLAKRY. Jan. £6. ISS7. ■ t Doe* \ot Look So Ha<l. On la-<t Thursday the Court of Appeals of Virginia decided, by a unanimous opinion that, in the ease of the Commonwealth vs. Jones, the act of March Ith, 188t>, to regulate the granting of licenses is constitutional, and that the mere tender of coupons will not authorize any person to transact business without license. In this case the court draws a distinction between this act and the one in which the Royall case was decided unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of the United States. This decision comes just in time to prevent the Treasury from being flooded with coupons, or the revenue of the State from being materially diminished by the tender of Coupons in payment of license taxes, a thing which many feared might happen. Two of the acts of our last Legislature have been decided by our Court of Appeals to be cons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 January 1887

She §effctsoni;m, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING . • BY JAMES BLAKE'V , WedneMlaj, Jan. 20, 18H7. Larger Circulation than any Paper in Piedmont Virginia tey Notice tiie date of your SUBSCRIPTION AS PRINTED WITH YOUR ADDRESS AND SEE THAT YOU ARE NOT IN ARREARS. THE SUB- SCRIPTION PRICE OF OUR PAPER IS ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS UN- LESS PAID IN ADVANCE OR WITHIN THIRTY DAYS, WHEN IT IS ONE DOIr i.ar. This rule will not be de- PARTED FROM. B©" All Subscribers who will COME PROMPTLY FORWARD AND PAY UP THEIR SUBSCRIPTION TO DATE AND ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE, WE WILL GIVE A SUBSCRIPTION TO THE American Farmer for one year roR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. SEE ADVERTISEMENT OF THIS JOURNAL. Post-Ofllue Notice. OFFICE IIOUKS. Office Open* 8 A. M Closes 6 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. C. & O. going West 2:25 P.M. Going East 10:45 A. M., and 5:05 P. M. Virginia Midland. Going North 10.30 A.M. (South 12.55 P. M. All night mails close at 9 P. M. Uni9er»nty of Virginia 10 35 A. M., and 2.25 and 9 P. M. SUN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 January 1887

ttMmUanroitfi. mm i¥ <vs'\o., YWce*s, XK scales (awsek Cancer of the Tongue. My wife, some three or lonr yearn ago. was tron. Wet! with ulcer on the mile of her tongue near the throat. The pain was Incessant, causing loss .•? and producing ureal nervous prostration. A' .imi'jn.' eg thin trouble was rheumatism, ll finj [i.isseil from ttir shoulders and centered in the wristof one hand, she almost losing tiieuseof it. Between the suffering of the two, life had grown burdensome, tiy the use of a half dozen sniallsizcd bottles of Swift's Specific, she was entirely relieved and restored to health. This was three rears ago, und there has been no return of the tinease. H. U MIIIDI.KUIUJOK3. (Sparta, Ga., June 5,1586. Treatise on niood and Skin Diseases mailed fro* The swift Si kcifio Co., Drawer S, Atlanta, <4* 167 W. 23d St., N. V. net. 10 fi'liTi ESifil 7* ~ 1 Q • w .ti ,» it." " run-down," debilitated school teaela ns ! lilliners. seamstresses, housekeepers. and ov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 November 1889

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII V tthf scffcrsoni»u PUBLISHED I'.VERT WEDNESDAY MORNINU KY J AS. BL AKEY. TKUMB OK SUBSCRIPTION : IN ADVANCE. one year *' ii" copy, six months. . it copy, three months UNLBNfI PAID If ADVANCE, II 50 WII.L BE CHAHQED. A copy Of the paper In without .■buiye to uny person who will » e " d u8 ' u uhiiibh accompanied by the cash , If prefer red commissions will be pabl. TK.4MSI KNT KATES ITOH AIJVBKTIHISti : Une sqnareione Inchiortelnßertlou ....11 00 Two suuarec.woluclmskjuolu*ertlou t w l.*ll:.r»dvei tiseinent» seveuty-flvecents per square lor eaeli lusertlon *ir Special contract* ina.ls for ailvertlseaumils for a long period. •li'iii notice. Orders from Uie VlloMl'T roamllng ooanlr- will receive PROMI 1 ATMSNfIOS. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. R. C. Vandegrift & Son, ArchitectsLawyer*. pit AN K A. MASSIE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. CHARI.OTTKHVII.IiK VA. OKKICE That receutly ocouple I by C. D. Klshhuine, Ken JJANIEL HARMON, JR. ATTORNEY- AT- LA W. to Pa v is .* Hhi nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 November 1889

Ihc Hcffeiaonian, PUBLISHED fiVGRV WEDNESDAY MORNING BY JAMEISRLAE Wednesday, Xovcniber 37,ISSf TWO IN ONE! Th» JefTersonlan and the Fruit and Orape Crower Consolidated. The Jeffersonian and the Fruit and grape Grower have been consolidated and In the future will be published as one journal, known as the Jeffersonian Republican and Fruit Growkr. We proposo to make it a first- class weekly, inferior to none In the State. In politics it will follow the same line of policy heretofore adopted by the Jeffersoxian Republican—that of an independent Democratic paper. Much space will be devoted to pomology, horticulture and the Interests of the agrlcnlturists. Besides this il will embrace all of the departments usually found in a first-class weekly, including local State and general news, literature, novelettes and items of information. We have recognized for some time our inability to furnish the readers of the Jeffersoxian with a paper up to the standard whicli the ueeds of our community r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 November 1889

(The PUIiLISIIKI) -VERY WF.UN ESI) A V Moll.'' llS<> B* JAMES HLAKE\, WniliiONiliiy, X<ncnilior '27, IHHtt LOCAL MATTERS. CHOICE BUTTER Elm and Cicrn? Gbse, RAISINS, MINOR MEAT, FRENCH PRUNES, CITRON, CtJRHANTS, NEW HUOK WHEAT FLOUR, OATMEAL. CRACKED WHEAT, PAT. ROIjIIEH * FAMILY FLOUR PURE OLD RYE WHISKIES Frcnrh and Sativr Brandies, Imported and Virginia Wines, TOIIACCO AND CKIARS. BTAPI.E ANP FA NOV GROCERIES of nil klmls, at lowest at W. J. TYSON'S. '■ * » We do not claim to bo the moat widely circulated paper "published in Charlottesville, or, indeed. In Pi-•-dmont. Virginia." * * * —Ch-ir-lotter. il/e Chronicle. *;VF DO make this claim for the rsonian.—Jeffermnian Republican- Ruilroatf Discrimination Against (liar loltesvillc. In a recent Issue we called attention to the fact that freights fro u Boston to this pla.ee were 38 cents per hundred and were delivered here within three or four days after starting. Hut the rate from this place to Bosto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 November 1889

She Ijrffetsijnian, PUBLISHED ITSEY WEDNESDAY MORJCING BT JAMES BLAKEY. An Awful Sore Limb ■KW WTIKELY GONE. FLESH A MASB OF DISEASE. LEO DIMINISHED ONE THIRD UI SIZE. CONDITION HOPELESS. CUBED BT THE CUTICURA REMEDIES IN TWO MONTHS. Cured by Cuticura. For three years 1 was almost crippled with au awful sore leg from uiy knee down roinv ankle; the skin w»s entirely gone and the flesh was one mass of disease. .Some physicians pronounced it incurable. It had diminished about one ihird the size of the ether, and I was in a hopeless condition. Atfer trying all kinds of remedies and ■pending hundreds of dollars, from which I got no relief whatever, I was persuaded to try your Cuticura Remedies, and the result was as follows: After three days I noticed* decided change for the belter, and at the end of two months 1 was completely cured. Jiy flash was purified, and the lione (which was exposed for more than a year) got wind. The flesh began to grow, and to d.<y, and for nearly tw...

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