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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 November 1858

mmSOKIAI REPIIBLCAL Vol. 25. Jeffersouian Republican, IS PCDMSIIKD WEEKLY »T J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,90 per annum, payable invariably in advance, and at the same rate far 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 uotice, to pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. , , Adverertiseuients inserted at tn® rfcteoi c*» every square of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 25 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued ntil ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. 1 Every communication or notice it. "» "cnlruiat" to promote any private enterprise or. ''"'VfnrV'' 1 personal and private character will be fer «- advertisement. Job work and advertising, unle.s paid for at (.if '•■"* k »« Wit •*» Harg«.\«i*h int.fMt «.» ; chant's accouuts , t . $y Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be imiil for as advertisements TV- Printing O...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 November 1858

JEi' i KRSO.MAJN. AI.RXAUDKK, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. CHAItI.OTI'ESVIIXE, TA. ' Thursday, IN'ov., 25, —mm The Advocate's QueryThe Advocatc, in its last issue has seen fit to call us to task foronrsilencc in regard to the result of the late Illinois election, and, at the same .lime to propound to us an interrogatory, with regard to our preference for the next Presidential Canvass. We were under the impression that we ha<l given our views upon the Douglas controversy, long since. We have no objection, however, to reiterating them, especially as the developments of the last six months have teuded to mature and strengthen our views *s expressed, aoon after the defection of Mr Douglas wa* made known. The conrse of Senator Douglas has been attch as to clicit n« approbation from us, or from any Southern democrat. His wilful, •nddeu and unexplained abandonment of the party upon a vital principle, and at a time the roost fatal to its hopes and projects, demands the severest reprobati...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 November 1858

4T a CIRCUIT COITItT h»u for Albe-! marld County, SI October, 18»8. m.'A. Ahpey, executor of lino. W. Kinsolving. dec'l.. and administrator, dr toaia non, with the Will annexed of Jonathan JSarksdale, dee d. Plaintiff. AO*IN ST Wm. 0. Barksdale in his own right and as execntor •f Jonathan Barksdale, dee d , Eli*a G. Wilson, Mary Goodman, Ralph Barksdale, Richard Rotbwell, and Lucy hi* wife, Ralph R. Barksdale, Jonathan C. Barksdale, Nathan O. Barksilale, Wm. Barksdale, laaae G. llarksdale, and th* three children of Nathan Barksdale, deo'd. Defendants. IN CHANCfeBT. And the Court doth farther adjudge, order and degree that the pl't'lf., as cxecutor of Geo. W. Kinsolving, dee d., render before one of the Commissioners of this court, an account of the transaction* of Geo. W. Kinsolving, deo'd., as late executor of Jonathan Barksdale, dee'd. In taking which accounts the *xp*rt* settlements of said Kinsolving, as said *x*cutor, mad* heretofore before a Commissioner of the couuty court of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 November 1858

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 December 1858

JIMRSOMI RtPIIILKh. Vol. 23. Jeffersonian Republican, IS PUBLISHED WKKKIT BT J. Alexander, Kd.itor & Proprietor, at $2,.10 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 pnp.ir,unless the money is sent with such uotiee, to pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. A'lvererti J einenta inserted at the rste of $l, for every iquare of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 2S cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stoppol and charged accordingly. Every communication or notie® intended orcalculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of a personal and private ch iracter will be charged for as an advertisement. Job work ami advertising, unless paid for at the time che wo k is done, will be charged with interest as merchant's accounts Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be paid for as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 December 1858

The Virginia Cculral Rallroitd Com ■ At the twenty-third Annual Meeting of the RtueUholderit of'lhis Company, tn-ld in Richmond •oi tuo lijth instant, C<d. C. J. Coletiian, Cliuirliuo, the following iHAlt'*rs were effected : Dr. Siown, of Albfc'.carlc, offered the followW« IVhoKi', tho Charlestnn an ! Memphis ltallroad tympanies, and other Companies, have passed Resolutions to suspend Sutbath travel on tlieir road: Therefore, Resolved, That the President and Directory of Die Virginia Central ltailroad lie requested to correspond tfitii the Directory ot oilier lines oi Hail: id in connection witli this, and with the Post-OfHco Department, with a view '.o dispense with tlie transportation ot the mails and passengers on the Sahhath. Mr. Lyons moved to lay the resolution on the • utile : Which motion ho aftenvaids withdrew. Mr. B. 11. Magrndcr, ol Albemarle, offered the following "8 a compromise : Resolved, That it he referred to the President and Direct <•.&am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 December 1858

MARRIED, In this county, on the 15th ult., by Rev. W. P. Farish, Mr. SAMUEL W. NORVELL, to Miss SARAH A. OLD. On the 25th ult., by the same, Mr. JAMES T. HUMPHREYS, to Miss SUSAN M. CLARK. On the 25th ult., at the residence of Lewis Huff, Alexandria, Va., by the Rev. James T. Johnson, Dr. ROBERT B. SHACKLEFORD, of Bedford, Va., to MARY E., second daughter of the late Henry Barnes, of Madison, Va. iUCIIMOXD MARKET. KPOKTED BY HARRIS & WILSON, DECEMBER 2, 1858. TOBACCO.—InteI ior to medium lugs 4J to SJ; g©od to prime ditto 6] tos7; common leal 7t.050; good 9 to $11; medium to fine shipping leaf 10 $l3. Occasional sales of extra samples at higher figures—Fine manufacturing 15 to s^s, FLOUR—2s T o transactions for shipment We quote sales of Saperttne o GJ; Extrasfli to 7: Family 7J to |8 WHEAT—Prime Red 135 to $1 40; White at 150 to $155; ordinary and inferior grades range lower lu proportion to quality. CORX—From 80 to 85. OATS—SO to 56 cts. RYE—From 70 to oO cents. GUANO—...

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

BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY. J. J. ROniSSOX, AUKXT FOR ROBINSON & HESSBERG. (OPPOSITE THE FARMERS" BANK.) ■*! R-Ipectfilly informs the cititen# of ■ I Charl.ittcarille nnd rieirity that V tf prepared to Tnannfhctiire to oTder ev"?ry kind of work in Ms line. 'Vom ladiea and gentlemen's #ne BOOTB AN'D SHOKS t» enarae and s'ott t.rcgans for serraT.ts. He has in his emfloyraent. a lai*e Ti.ttnl.cr of t?ie beet workmen, whieh witfc a 1 !t »ek r f the best nteriah in hi? line, will enable him to derate his work with promptness and in tha nott reperior rtyla. Ile hns constantly cm hand a large assortment of rsnrfy m ut< tc >rt. At his «stfc'..li.'hincnt the fc'4eh Bants are m.muraotofed wh ; -h he takes pleapare in rtcotnmndine to the potlle. For flfWe-i yeara part ha has been f.rao deafly anfaged in hia occupation r.f floor (\D BHOC*HAKMO in Chariot!etniile, and he fbeh grat-fol to all who have extended p to hh», and W» reepeetfnlly solicits a oon...

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

JMFJSRSOIIAN REPUBLICAN. Vol. 33. Jeffersonian Republican, 18 pl-BbIUHCD WIERtT BT J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,30 per annum, payable invariably in advance, and at the same rite for a shorter time. . No attention will be given to a notioe from a subscriber to stop his paper,unless the money in sent with such notice, to pay the amount that is due up to the time a discontinuance ie ordered. Adverertisenients inserted at the rate of $l, for e%ery iquare of 10 lines or less, for three week*, and 24 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stoppad and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or calculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of a personal and private cbar&oter will be charged for as an advertisement. , . Job work and advertising, nnless paid for at the time elie wo k is done, will be charged with inter..t as merchant's accounts „ w. jj- (jljiluary Xotuses exceeding ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 December 1858

J El' FEU SO JN LA JN. JAMKS ALKXA* H#K, RUII'UU J I'IUM'K I liHUI. (1U:( U!.OTI'ESVII.LE. V.4. Tliurtidar, llcc., 10, IB*SS. * - a i We art' authorised to announce that the Hon. SUELTON F. LHAKE is iv candidate to represent this I>istriet in the next Congress of the United States. He will in due time visit the several Counties of the 1 district and fully uiake known his position. Urn (Hit %TI(J ST-ATK TICKET. Von GOVERNOR, 4 O II N-LETC II K R , HP KOCKHRIPIR COrNTV . COH HE ('TEN ANT GOVERNOR. KOIIKItT 1.. nONTAr.|-K, or MiimißSßx coiKir. FOR. ATtORSEV, GENERAL, JOll.t R4.VBOMMI TI C KKH, 0»' KKKDBUIC* COUSTV. " The Tariff. The President in his Message to Congress ex(tresses a favorafile opinion for specific over ad . valorem duties, but the Secretary ol the Treasury , in hh Report, *i? think conclusively sliows that ( al valorem duties are preferable. It was not; the reduction ot the tariff that produced hard fiiiies, hut thuHttordinate disposition of all classes ♦n ov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 December 1858

The BRITISH REVIEWS. AND Blackwood's Magazine* Great Inducement* to Subtrrlbe t PREMIUMS AIVU REDUCTIONS. ]" SCOTT &CO», KEWITORK,' continue to publish the following leading British periodicals, *iz : 1 THE LONDON QUARTERLY (Gouservative.) 2 THE EDINBURQ REVIEW (Whig.) 8 THE N. BRITTISII REVIEW (free Clinrch.) 4 THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal.) 6 THE BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH REVIEW (Tory.) These Periodicals ably represent the three great political parties of Great Britain—Whig, Tory, and Radical,—but politics form* only one feature of their charactcr. A« Organs of the most profound writers of Science, Literature, Morality and Religion thev stand as they evor have stood, unrivalled in thVtvorld of letters,, being considered indispensable to the scholar and the professional man, while to the intelligent reader of evei>y class they furnish a. more correct and satisfactory record of the current literature of the day, through•Qtit the world, than can be possibly obta...

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

ROOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY. J. *>. ROMKSON, AOEKT FOR ROBINSON 8L HESSBERG. (OPPOSIT* TUB FARMERS - BANK.) «•) Re«peotfnllv inform# the eititen* r>l I I <ffb*rlo'tn>vilt» end vicinity that b>- * prepared to trunofurtnrr to order ever) kind of work ta fcis lint, from lediee and gentlemen's line BOOTS AND snots to enarSa end »to«t brofcans l*>r eervantF. Ho has to h* employtannt • large nnmlier of tbe best workings, whiA with n large stock of th* best ma.tt.ri*l> in bin line, will enable hi* to execute hie work *ith promptness and in tlie most wperior etjle. He hue oon.itsnt.iy o* bend • large assortment of ready VfiJf At It's establishment the Scotch Jinnts art msnufsctnrH, which he tokea pteaaar* ta reoouimendhig to the publis. For Bfteeo yeare pert he h« been practically engaged in his oeeapatioo «f MffT AMD RIIO^MtRrVfi ♦n Charlottesville, end he feels frratefnl to *ll who haee extended patronage...

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

JIffIRSONIARI. REPUBLICAN Vol. 23. Jeffersonian Republican, 19 PI'BLISHRI) WEEKLY BY J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,50 per annum payable invariably in advance, an 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. Adverortixemerfts 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 stop* ped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended orcalculated 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 wo k is done, will be charged with interest as iner* chant's accounts IXF" Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 December 1858

The Utah Mails—lntensely Cold Weallivr ami Heavy Snow Slorms. St. Louts, Dec. 18.—Tlie Jiinil from Utah has arrived with dates to the 20th ult., but furnishes no news of importance. The snow on tiie mountain was three feet deep, mill from Big Mountnin to Platte Bridge averaged eighteen ineiies. The mi il party was overtaken by ft terrible snow s.orm between Ash Hollow and the South Platte, and were two days and nights traveling eighteen miles, during which time they were without food or lire. A number of trains were at Eeho Canon, unable to got through. The streams along the whole route were crossed on the ice. One white inan and two Indians were murdered by two white men, on the Big blue river. Seizure of the Vaclit Wanderer. Savannah, Dec. 13.—The 'Republican of this morning announces the seizure by the United States Marshal, of the yacht Wanderer, at Brunswick. The barque Ardennes, previously seized by the United States Marshal, lias been released. Some apprehensions exist that i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 23 December 1858

From the Albany Express. AIV APPEAL TO MANHOOD. Father?, sons and brothers ull, Would you do your duty 9 Would you AAve our precious lire* And help preserve our beauty 7 Buy us then a new Machine, One to do our sewing ; One of Grover A Baker's make, It is the best one going. "Would you like our faces bright As a sunny morning 7 Would you see the rose of health The cheeks you love adorning f Buy us then a new Machine, One to do our sewing ; One of Grover A Baker's make, It is the best one going. Would you have the forms you love Rivalling the graces ? Help to make their labor light, For care will leave its traces. Buy us then a new Machine, One to do our sewing ; One of Orover A Baker's make, It is the best one going. Now let each one do his pari To make his own home sunny, Don't think that you will accomplish this Without a little money, But buy at once a new Machine, One to do the sewing; One of Orover A Baker's make, It is the |>est one going. Saratoga Springs. [ Dec. 2...

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

NIIFEKIOR 11.11 It TOXIC. 1)R0P. MORES' HAIR TON 10 turns gray hair to I its original color, without, the least injury to the hair or the head : at the same time H cleanses it thoroughly of dnndriff or dirt, and prevents the hair from coming out, thickens rts growth, and cures nil eruptions of the head. Its ingredients are simple nnd harmless, nud no one nee I be afraid to use the preparation which has proved itself to l.e the best nnd safest ever seen in this country. Ft is manufactured at Culpeper 0. 11. by Professor Mores, nnd hy him alone. lie offers the following Certificates from gentlemen of well known standing in the community, among a numbers of other which heis prepared to mibmit to examination r CrEItTIFICATE*. Cn/prjk'r C\ //., August 17, 58. This U- to certify that I was atHicted for 5 or ft years with an eruption of the head which covered the entire scalp—was exceedingly troublesome, and often sore from constant rubbing, t tried a good many remedies which were highly r...

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

mmtsomv mpublican. Vol. 2X. COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC, OF THE y JEFFERSON IAN REPUBLICAN, FOR 1859. Being tlic third after Bissextile or Leap year, and Fifty Third of American Independence. : j ~ JMOOiVS PHASESi -22 * » •>' : s s• g - S 3 I g g ill WXHSSHhtKMcO pi a & MAN. 17 10 444 New Mood 4 0 15 morning' I 2 3 4 6 6 7 87 li> 147 First Quarter, 12 2 12 morning 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 7 91 51 full Moon, 18 6 38 eveuing. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 7 84 67 Last Quarter, 25 3 35 evening. 23 24 26 26 27 28 29 6 57 5 8 30 31 FEB. 1 2 8 4 6 6 611 010 New Moon, 2 7 54 evening. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 64c> 17 First Quarter, 10 2 30 evening. ' 13 14 15 16 17 18 1!) > 855 25 Full Moon, 17 5 31 morning 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 627j 33 Last Quarter, 24 9 11 moruing 27 28 MAR. 1 2 3 4 6 6 1!) 541 New Moon, 4 2 0 evening. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 61( j 51) First Quarter, 11 11 29 evening. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 6 2j 68 Full Moon, 18 4 35 evening. 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 558 ...

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

SVS'EKIOR HllU TOtflC. "I'iiiOF. MARKS' lIAIU TON 10 turns ifrnv hnir to | its origin' > olor, without, the le: t injury to thr fiiir or tho hvml. at the. satne time it cleanses it tiiui - - *>>. - lily of dnu Viflf or dirt, and prevents the hair from co!iiliu; ant, ti '.'kon? Us growth, and cures uMeruptiom eft!." Koiiil. I edients are simple and harmless, arul mromrneed bo a frail tc u«e tho preparation which \ ■ t toved itself to he f ' •••: t and safest ever seen \\< ihi? cf'uulrr. !■> :<» irotnul.u turni .it Culpej.er 0. 11. by Vr ' *r M.ire-, and by him uVt.p. If,. -,tT' v- f ht» 10. lowing OortiiienUs fro.n gentlemen of wo! 1 kn<»wn landing >n community. fi*« T a nunih'.'i " M '.her which hew p:c\ axed to subiuit to examination: CERTIFICATE*. Cn'frprr C. //., August 17, 58. Tki' '.i to certify that I was afflicted for 5 or C year* with an eruption of the head which covered the entire 8 alp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 6 January 1859

Vol. 35. Jeffersonian Republican, IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,50 per anntim, payable invariably in advance, an at the same rate far a shorter time. No attention will be given to a notice from a suscriber 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. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $l, for every square of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 26 qents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged acoordingly. 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 ah* wo k is done, will be charged with interest as merchant's accounts Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be paid for ji« ndve ti-ementa Printing Offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 6 January 1859

[For the JefiVrsonian ] Ml C'yfVKSSTirc.tN DREAM. I' was ChriitiOH« eve, the street* without, Weis echoing wit!, the merry shout, Of happy boyhood, blythe and gay, Welcoming in the Messed day ; Ko culiu h wight. it waa 1 wtan, A* when that ho'v .«tar was F*etl, That guided with iu> hallowH rrT, TUe eastern travellers on their why, And shed * *,«» c ail around The Mange,-, where the Bab* nap f<-uod. Within, my baV with prattling glee, Van crowing on her mother f knee; While, nil around her ptaytbinf* !wy. roll, po g and Ark, and tiny sleigh i »4nd erst as roekel shot on high, ShoM "liout aloud in ecst.icy ; V ilrt M'i and I'a watched *»ach inansetirre, And I eniMl each a chefd 'autre \ The Fire sh ■ .« bright hut brighter f»r, Beamed baby a eyes on Fa and Ma. J reached the good book from the table* And read the story of the stable; And of the-lowlj manger where V>lß found, the holy child all bare, Of meek ere.i Mary, the Madonna, T< wb .m w...

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