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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 March 1880

Icffcrsonian. (Kstftb.lshetl In 1935.) "my F. N. BiSiKSD ALE<fc CO This imperii unlerni nt I lie Posl-Olller at. Charlottesville, V»., as secoml-clnss limtler. WKDNJSHDAY. MAHt'll 24, 18S0. El I » 'PI !.!■ TAKE FRESH COURAGE AND CHEER UP. As wc snid shortly after the elecln this State, notwithstanding the unfortunate result of the elections, anfTtlie sudden check which it pro duced in money matters, there are very bright prospects in the near future for Virginia. From Staunton westward the operations in iron mines and the manufacture of iron are growing very active and exceedingly important from their magnitude and activity. The Hon. Mr. Milues, himself a large manufacturer of iron backed with a very large amount of capital, is pushing with great vigor the Page Valley Railroad, which in a few months he will have completed to his "Shenandoah Iron Works.'' This Toad passes near the rich copper mines of the "Miner's Lode Copper Co," of Moston, which have been partially devel...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 March 1880

Cjje |effcrsDnian (Emabllsted In IWIR.) WEDNESDAY .MARCH 24, 18H0. LOOAI, MATTERS. Agents for th« JflTerioiitaii. —o— In Greene County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH. In Madison County, Mr. C. 0. YAGER. These gentlemen lire authorized to receive and receipt for nil monies due tills paper, mid also to rocelvc subscriptions and order* for all kinds ot work. PMt Office Vnlvernlty of Virginia. Office open* 7.J10 a. m Closes at 5.80 p. m. Night malls from all points opensß.3o a.m. Malls from Blchmond and Washington, 12.46 p.m. From'Lynchburg and Staunton. 5 «MatU close for South mid West through Lynchburg and St«unton at. 10.45 a. m. For North and East, through Washington and Richmond at 2.45 p. m. Night, malls close at 5 p. m. *»-No Sunday mails. Money Order business closes at. 4 p. m. Saturday. JNO. H. 8188. P. M. Charlottesville Poet Office Notice. Day Malls close—Going South, 11.40 a. m. Going West, 11.55 a. m. Going East, 11.55 p. m. Going North, 4.00 p. m. Klght Malts close for all points at 6 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 March 1880

Home, Farm. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM FOB WOMEN. We have endeavored in several proceeding article* to show that a practical education was essential to constitute a rightly cdnsated woman, and that this practical feature of hor odueation Vif supplemented w}tb, » knowledge of what is essential in literacy anifolite accomplishments, will deßgfe« wid intensify femalo charms of end. person ail healthful and rightly constituted eoektyi" and that- a oatture bidden in the life of the individual and det»'not bear directly upon tbe ftaily labors oflife, and tbe-industry" 4t»d tbe productive effort of tbe oountry is detective and but poorly suited to the i i iihitiill ifli M v ' •> prCWVC OIJ. Sow thfcdtaation is to be obtained No true woman eip rimont of the eo-eduOative Of course this branch of »the iflWirro mndh-of which llw especially treating, may be obtained in part by h'ome training and cillt\ire and in part from the instruction' of teachers of the schools or institutes o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 March 1880

Home, Farm. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATIONAL SYS- TEM FOR WOMEN. We have endenvored in several precceding articles to show that a practical education was essential to constitute a rightly educated woman, and that this practical feature of her education "if supplemented with a knowledge of whfit is essential in literary and | olito accomplishments, will deepen and intensify female charms of mind mil person ljp all healthful and rightly constituted society," and that a culture which is hidden in the life of the individual and docs not bear directly upon the daily labors of life, and the industry and the productive effort of the country is defective and but poorly suited to tho present day. How this education is to bo obtained is an important question. No true woman or sensible man, would advise a course tending to impair the delicacy of reeling natural to a true . woman of refinement and we would therefore allow others t 0 mnke the experiment of the co-educative Systciß of mules and females, be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 March 1880

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVII. )■ Cjje Jcffetsoniatt, PUBLISHED BVBJIT WBDHESDAT HORSING' FRANK N. BARKSMLE & CO. PIIOPRIKTORSI % P. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. TBRMSOF -tUMORIPTfOK— IN AIIVAftCK: rjueoopy.oneyear 9100 one copy, six months ?•> One copy three months «n On#o»py«no month • CLUBS. Ten eopl*« one year, eivcn '1 Ills not required that Clubs be made up at One postz-offlec. . . Payment mastaccompany every order. A copy of the paper furnished without charge «.» those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will he paid. \l 1 mthscriptlons to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages sire paid up. A specimen copy seut free on application. Transient Bates for A-dTertising. • One square (one Inch) one Insertion $l.OO T>vo s<iuares(two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Legal advertisements seventy-flee cents per sn uiire for each insertldii. if Special contracts made for adverltsemontsfora longer period. JOB ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 March 1880

" .tt|c |cffcrsonan. (B.UaU.tKRed In 1S:I5.) BY F. N. BARIvSDALE & CO. This paper Is filtered nl the PosUOrtlceat Charlottesville, Vn„ ns second-clung matter. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 3), 18K0. Sccond Auditor Pavpon declared at a Republican meeting in Richmond the other night that he wanted Grant for President. It is said that Senator Edmunds is looming up as a presidential candidate in case the tfandcriiig Ulysses is taken from the track. Petroleum has been struck at Binning- ham, Ala., and this adds another industry to the rnpidly developing wealth of the Southern States. The Republicans do not bite at the unpledged arrangement very unanimously. In Loudon they instructed their delegates to the Staunton Convention to vote for Blaine delegates to Chicago. In the United States Court at Lynch- burg, Monday, tho case of Judge Griffin charged with a violation of tho Constitu- tion was submitted to the jury, but they were unable to agree and were discharged. The jury stood eleven to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 March 1880

®j}e Jcffcrsflniait (Kstabllsled in HMW.i WEDNESDAY,MAItCH 31, 18X0. LOCAI, MATTERS. Agents for the JtfEenonlHili —o — In Oreene County, Mr JOSEPH SMITH. In Madison County, Mr. C. C. YAGER. These gentlemen are authorized lo recclve and recclpt for all monies due this paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders for all kinds of work. Pont Office VnlvcrwUy of Virginia, Office opens 7.30 a. m Closes nt 5.30 p. m. Night malls from all points opensß.3o a.ig. Malls from Hlclnnond nnd Washington, 12 4"> p. m. From Lynchburg and Staunton. Midi* close for South and West through Lynchburg and Staunton afc 10.45 a. m. for North and East through Washington and Richmond at 2.45 p. m. Night mails close at 5 p. m. tar No Sunday mails. Money Order business closes at 4 p. m. Saturday. JNO. H. 8188, P. M. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Day Mails close—Going South, 11.40 a. m. Golhg West, 11.55 a.m. Going East, 11.55 p. m. Going North, 4.00 p.m. Night Mulls close for all points...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 March 1880

'®.j)c |cfftrsoiiian. fn 188#.) V,\ F. N.* BAIIKSDALE & CO. Phis paper I* entered at the Post-Offlee at I i irlottesville, Vn., ns seeonU-cliiNK matter. , WEDNESDAY. MARCH 31, IBKO. H° me , F arm> [From ihe*Soutliern Planter ami Farmer.] DOES FARMING- PAY? AND IF NOT, WHY NOT? JIT CAPT. r. our, OF CHESTERFIELD. These questions have trou bled mc for a long time, and I would like to have them dismissed in the columns of the Planter by others more competent than myself. We hear the cry all over the land, "that farming docs not pay." Can it be so? Are we to believe that this great foundation of all other business does not pay those engaged in it? When, even now that a large poytion of the world is fed by America, and the great balance of trade is so much in our favor, and then farming docs not pay! It can't be so. I, for one, don't and can't believe it. There are vast numbers engaged in it and dependent upon it, and and can it be possible that, as a class, they ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 April 1880

m£ r * V A ; Aj| A » a. A , V I ■ H H ■ H ■ Hv H H _ H H . Hr H H H H H| H ■ H H |H OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVII. )■ ®{je fcffcrsaiuait, PUBLISHED B VB AT WBONBSDAV MORKINO' BY FRANK N. BABKSDAIE 4 CO. proprietors: P. N. BAKKSDALE, A. S. BLAKEY, W. 0. PRY. iroKwunr *tr«*oOTPT»oi<-*m ADVAWCE: O eopy, one year ........ 81 <JO Oil* copy, six months „... "j> one oopy tlireo months w» Outoopyono month - 28 cr.cus. • Ten copies one year, eacn - ......Jl 00 It Is not required that Clubs be made up at One post-office. Payment must accompany every order. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission Will be paid. Al 1 subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. . Tranitaat ftatea for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one insertion $l.OO Two squares(two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 i,ecal advertisement* seventy-»nve cents ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 April 1880

r €\t lefftrstfiiian. (KstaU.lsheii in 1835.) BY F. N. BAIUvSDALE & CO. This paper 1* enteral nt (ho Post-Olliccal Charlottesville, Vnns second-class mutter. WBDNEHHAY. Al'llllj 7, ISNO, We return thanks to Hon. Fernando Wood for public documents. Our thanks are tendered to the Cleik of the Supreme Court of the United States for lexis of the decisions in the late judicial eases and in the Federal ciection law cases. A late address, which was born 011 the first floor ("counting from the roof down) of the Whig office, concludes with the broad assertion that "the People expect every Readjuster to do bis duty." Who is "the people ? M Who but "Mahone Va?" Senator Conkling has introduced in the Senate a bill to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United Slates. It is greatly to be hoped that it is an improvement 011 the old phi 11. The King of Siam is going to confer on Queen Victoria the order of the White Elephant. lie will be sadly remiss in the distribu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 April 1880

C| t seffcrsoniait (Flstabllslfcd ih NKHDAY, APRIL 7, 18N0. LOO A.I, MATTE UK. Agent* for the JClTcrsttttUhk In Greene County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITIt. In Maillson County, Mr. C. C. YA/lER. These gentlemen arc authorized torccelve and receipt for all monies due this paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders for all kmds of work. p M t Office University of Virginia. Office oiicns 7.n0 n. in. Closes nt 111 • Nlttht malls from all points opeiisb.oo a.m. Malls from Blchmond, Washlngton nml Staunton opens at 100 p. m. I*rom Lynch U Ma'lfs 'cfose for South, West and East. tVrouifh Lynchburg, Staunton and , ... " mond at 11.00 a. m„ and for North and West through Washington sit 3.00 p. m. Night malls close at 5.30 p. in. Mr No Sunday malls. Money Order business closes at 4 p. m. Satunlay. JjVU. 11. i. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. »ay Malls close—Going South, 11.40 a. m. Going West, 11.65 a. m. Going East, 11.55 p.m. Going North, 4.00 p.m. Mght Malls close for all points at 0.30 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 April 1880

Cjje |cffersoninn. (E*tab.lsfoed in 1835.) BY F. N. 15AKKSDALE & CO. This paper is entered at the Post-Olficeat Charlottesville, V»., as second-class matter. ■JLWEDNESDAY. APRIL 7, 1880. Home, Farm. [*' or the JofTersonlmi Republican-] Fruit Growing in Canada. • It is perlmps not generally known that the frigid regions of the British Provinces of Ontario and Quebec are well adapted to the culture of fruits, and especially the npplo. Ontario in 1877 had twenty-five local horticultural societies, besides the societies in the larger cities of Toronto, Hamilton and Kingston. By these societies quite largo sums of money were paid in prizes for fruits, flowers, and vegetables. The amount expended for the encouragement of these branches of Horticulture is put down at $7,728-t-and to this sum $1,3-13 for the same purpose was contributed by the Provincial Agricultural Exibition—making tho sum of $9,071 —added to which are sundry other Bums making a total of $11,091 paid by agricu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 April 1880

\ I |H < |HH | Hj |H HI H OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. }- C|e ifffetrsottian, PUBLISHED BVIIT WIDRKIOAT MOnHIHO' FRANK N. BARKSDALE & GO. PROPRIETORS! F. N. BARKSDALE, A. B. BLAKEY, W. 0. PRY. 0 TSRVS OF-^UBSOBIFTrOK—IN ADVANCE! On«oopy,one year 91 00 One copy, six months 75 One oopy three months 50 Onecopyone mjmth 25 CLUBS. Ten copies one year, each .. $1 00 It is not required tnat Clubs be made up at One post-office. Payment must accompany every order. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; if preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion JI.OO Two miu»res(two Inches) one Insertion. 2.U0 l.eeal advertisements seventy-five cents per square for oaeh Insertion. W-Spoclal contracts made for advertisements for a longer period. JOB WORK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 April 1880

Cjje f effersonian. (Estnb.lshed in 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper is entered at the Post-Offlcent Charlottesville, Vtt., a* second-class matter. WKI>NESI>AY. APHIL 28. US«. The friends of Hon. Horatio Seymour, in Washington, feel confident that if he is named at Cincinnati, lie will carry New York by a larger ma* jority than Tilden did in 1876. The Washington Gazette of last Sunday contained a fine likeness of Associate Jus'ice" Stephen J. Field, of California. It also contained an interesting biographical sketch of this distinguished jurist. We may remark just here that this gentleman's Presidential boom seems to be growing in faTor daily. The Secretary of Siato has received o'ficial notification of ihe proposed visit of His Majesty Chutahlongkorn, King of Siam, to the United States, and has recommended that arrangements be made for the reception of the royal guest. The King will visit all the principal cities and coinc as far South as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 April 1880

Cfjc feffersflniait (Esiahllsl'ed 111 1835. > WEDNESDAY. APRIL 18, 188 U. LOC A.I ."'MATTEKSS. Agent* fat- tlix Jefferionlnn. —o — In Greene County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH. In Madison County, Mr. C. C. YAGER. These gentlemen are authorized to receive and recclpt for all monies due tills paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders for all kinds of work. p H t once University of Virglnlm. Office opens 7.30 a. m. Closes at 0.00 p. m. Night malls from all points opensS.OO a.m. Malls from Richmond, Washington, and Staunton, opens at 1.00 p. m. From Lynchburg, at 5 p. m. Mails close for South, West and East through Lynchburg, Staunton and Richmond at 11.00 a. m., and for North and West through Washington at 3.00 p. m. Night mails close at 5.80 p. m. mg- No Sunday malls. Money Order business closes at 4 p. m, Saturday. JNO. H. 8188, P. M. Charlottesville Pos£ Office Notice. Day Mails close—Going South, 11.40 a. m. Going West, 11.55 a.m. Going East, 11.56 p. m. Golnss North, 4....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 April 1880

Cjjc |cff(rsoitiait. f Bstab.tshed In 1835.) i, N. BARKBDALE&CO. This paper is enteral at the Post-Office at Charlottesville. Va., as second-class matter. •V . • F.Si >A V . Al'ltlL -8. 1 HSU. Home, Farm. I For the Jeffersonian Republican.] The Tent Caterpillar, This is caterpillar year, and, in consequcncc of the mild winter all injurious insects have survived in unusually large numbers. Farmers should see to their orchards at once, for, probably there is or will be one or more colonics or tents of caterpillars in every tree. Habits of the insect.—They generally take two meals a day if the weather is clear and warm, one about the middle of the forenoon the other about the middle of the afternoon. It is said each grown caterpillar will consume at least two leaves a day, and as each nest contains about three hundred caterpillars, there would bo six hundred leaves destroyed each day by the inhabitants of a single tent, a drain which no tree can sustain for any c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 May 1880

O'LD SERIES VOL. XXXYITi. Cjjt Jiffersflirian, PUBLISHED K VB JIT WKDNKSDAV MORNING' BY & 60. ,U «... proprietors: J\H. BARKSDALE, A. fl. BLAKEY, W. 0. TRY. THRXSOria B«<*tMIOH-II« ADVAJfCB: Oneeofo, one year J1 0? one copy, six months - <•» one cjpy three months.... ou am mfitPpy ift.oii.tii.. 2o f CLUBS. Te* copies one rear, eacn.,„ ~..»1 • I MUifiit required that Clubs be made up at n eTToSV office. . Payment must Accompany every order. A COp/nfrtt paper torn tshed without, charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, com- . lU A" l s°ifbrclr\ t T^o l mi l ?o be ennitnutrtl at the op- ! tlon pf the publishers, unless all arrearages lire paid vft.JiA specimen copy sent free on application. transient Batas for Advertising. one square (one Inch) one Insertion *l.OO Two squares (two Inches) one insertion. 2.1)0 Logal advertisements sevdiity-tlve cents per square for each Insertion. . Vylpnctal contracts made for au-?ertiso-tttentsfora longerperlod....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 May 1880

Cp |cftrsoiuait. (Estali.lnhetl in tSM.) BY F. N. BARKSDALEiUJO. Tliln puperli< tftHCrWl itl tile I'ost-Olflcettt Uli.irlottesvUfe, Vri,, iik xecond-cliißs matter. WEDNESDAY. MAY 5, 1880. Old man Lewis Harvie has gone back on the Republico-Readjuster set, and in national politics will uphold the faith of his fathers. The Whig has discovered that there exists in Richmond one of those dreadful political machines called a "riug," and it is clamoring violently for its dissolution. The Big Lick News advocates strongly ihe claims of Senator Withers for the Congressional nomination from the Ninth district. No better nor jurer man could be found. The Readjuters of Richmond have organized for the municipal campaign, and their committee have issued a wild and erratic address to the citU zcus of the Metropolis. From the tone of the address they must have engaged a detachment of plug uglies, as they propose to give "the Ring a black eye" on the municipal election day. The Court of Ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 May 1880

C|e'|tffersflntait. (Esmhltsl'ed In 1585.1 WEDNESDAY, MAV 5, 18&0. logaT, maTtehs._ Agtnti tor the JefferionUß' In Greene County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH. In Madison County, Mr.C. C. YAGEII. These gentlemen arc authorized to receive and receipt for all monies due tills paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders lor all kinds of work (•out Ofltce University of Virginia. Offlee opens 7.30 a. m. Closes at 0.00 p. m. Night malls from all points opciißS.OO a.in. Mails from iMchmond, Washington, and BUunton. opens at 1.00 p.m. From Lynchburg, at sp. m. , „ . Malls close for South, West and Ipnst through Lynchburg, Staunton and Richmond at 11.00 a. m., and for North and West through Washington at 3.00 p. m. Night mails close at 5.30 p. m. tar No Sunday malls. Money Order businesses aU|. m.Sat Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Day Mails close-Going South, 11.40 a. m. , * Going West, 11.60 a.m. Going East, 11.55 p. m. Going North, 4.00 p. m. Klght Malls close for oil points a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 May 1880

Clje Icffmmuait. (lllstitb.iPßed in 1834.) . . N. RAKKSDALE& CO. Tlits paper Is entered at. the Post-Office at Ch vrlottcKvllle, Va. t as second-class matter. WBDNESDAY. MAY 5, 1880. Home, Farm. [From tho Central Presbyterian.| Commercial Fertilizers. • It is said that some of the farmers in Pennsylvania find it to bo a good plan to apply one ton pet acre of undissolved ground bone, thinking they got the benefit tho first year, and continuously for a number of years. But this, to farmers of ordinary means, would seem to be lying out of their money and interest too long, and not many could afford it. Bones scattered about over every farm may be utilised by breaking them up. and mixing with unslackcd ashes, slightly, but repeatedly dampening them, after putting in barrels or hogsheads. They c%n also bo "rotted" bv putting them in heaps of fresh horse manure and turf, placing the turf over the pile to prevent the cscapc of the heat.— This, however, requires a considerable t...

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