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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 6 January 1859

. Judge Wilson, of PTiTTadelplria, is nhout to briiij? forth a new work upcn the Con- j quest of Mexico. The author takes a ilif fereut view from Prescott of the reliability! of the Monkish Chronicles—doubting'their accuracy. .The opinions nml arguments of Jndge Wilson in this connection ure endorsed by Hon. Lewis Cass, who first in the North American Review, pointed out the inconsistencies nnd fables of the Spanish historians of the Conquest, even before Prescott w ote his history, and who, from his experience of 50 years in investigations of Indian life, is ns capable of reliablo judgnftut.apon the work as any man in the country—Stales. The Vice Resent for Delaware. We learn that Mrs. M. A. Comcygs, who was lately appointed Vic6 Regent, for Delaware, of the Mount Vernon Association, has been ro successful in obtaining contributions tliut it is predicted by some that Delaware will make a larger donation than any other State, taking into consideration her populatiau and wealth , Mrs...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 6 January 1859

SIPIKIOIt HAIK TOXIC. PKOf MOHKS' HAIR TON 10 lorn* grav h»ir 1.. it. ori-intl color, without the leust injury K. th< hair or theTiesd; at the >w»>e t : :n* it eleftnses it ther •dgli'v ol ilmii.ift #r dirt, und prevents the lmir froh, •noting our !'. kon» ltd growth,and cures all eruption•ftbo head. i:»ingredients are simple and hurmlese and no one need he afraid to use the preparation which has proved itself to He the best and sulci ever seen in thisoountry. His manufactured at Culler 0. 11. Professor Mores, »nd Hy him s'.ono. He offers th« following C*ti#«»le» from gentlemen •f well known standing in the oointnuiiity. among » ■ umbers of oilier which heit prepared to submit to exam t CERTIFICATE!!. Culprptr (J. 11, Augusi 17, 58. This it to jertity that I wax afflicted for 6 or f> yenrf witii mi eruption of the bead which covered the entire Maij>- eioeedingly troublesome, and olten sore fW>iu constant rubbing. I tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 13 January 1859

JEFFERSOMAK RIPIIiIiSMI. Vol. 23. Jeffersonian Republican, IS PIBMSHKD WKEKLT BY J. Alexander, Kditor & Proprietor, *t $2,00 per annum, pnyable invariably in advance, an at the same rate for a shorter time. No attention will be given to a notice from ft 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. Adverertisemeuts inserted at the rate of $l, for every square of I ft lines or less, for three weeks, aud 25 cents tor each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stop* ped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or calculated o promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of a \ ersonal and private character will be charged for as an advertisement. 'y-p* Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be toaid for as adve foments printing Office on M>nn StrMt, nearly opposite the Monficello Bank, and two squares from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 13 January 1859

TO JttllX UOttDH, Jit. As (In: bther counties composing this Onngres Sional nrstl kt have failed to respond In I lis heretofore tii ule lor a Convention by this county, and n« the term lor which Ilia lion. J'amii* iPowKi.t wns elected will expire with the present Coii£ia«*, »c the undersigned, cit'lons ol Redford, prefering you as tho successor, solicit von forthwith to (lecture yourself a candidate forConjjress at tho ensuing election. It expect In 11 v. yours, fee. THOS. M. PAGE, JOHN P. CHILTON, A. JORDAN, A. L. THURMAN, E. J. GARRETT, D. H. CREASEY. S. W. HENSLEY, JAS. S. WOOLFOLK, CHRIST'N BOWER, JAS. O. HANSLEY, Jr. A. E. W. GILLS, ALBON A. ARTHUR, B. H, MANSFIELD, THOS. N. LEE. T. P. MITCHELL, MERCER H. GREY, GEO. JOHNSON, L. B. SAUNDERS, JAMES HARDY, CHAS. M. WILLIAMS, JACOB FIZER, P. H. JETER M. A. HENSLEY. JNO. R. THURMAN, ROBT CHRISTIAN, WM. H. REYNOLDS, E. S. NOELL, LEYBURN WILKES. Liberty, Dec. 31st, 1858. Gentlemen :—tour lavor ol the 27th inst., inviting me to become ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 13 January 1859

A man who got tight fit an election said it was owing to his efforts to put down "party spirit." Although one swallow will not make one summer, still a pin maliciously inserted in a chair will make one spring. TheCold Term. New: York, Jan. 10 th. —The weather reports received here from the East and North show to-day to he the coldest of the season, the thermometer ranging from zero to 38 deg. below. Additional from Mexico. New Orleans, January 10th.—The following additional intelligence from Mexico has been received. Robles overthrew Zuloaga's government on tho 23d ult. Gen. Echeagany previously pronounced in favor of Robles, and the constitutionalists of Jallap. Cordora joined him. Zuloaga put the city in a state of siege and tried to compromise with Echeagany, but failed. Subsequently Echeagany had been captured and sentenced to death, but a revolt at Puebla saved him. Robles has released all the political prisoners, and there was great rejoicing at Vera Cruz. All parties in Mexic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 13 January 1859

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 20 January 1859

miIRSOVItY REPI Burll. Vol. 23. Jeffersonian Republican, It PI'IIMSIIED WKEKtt 0T J* Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,90 p«r annum, payable inntrliibly In ndvnnct, an at the same rate for ft shorter time. Xo attention will be given to a notice from a subscriber to stop his paper.unless the money in sent with such notice, to pay the amount that ii due up to the time a discontinuance is onlered. A'lverertisements inserted at the rats of $l, for ersry • piare of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, an! Si cents for each oontlnuance. All advertisements oontinued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every coimnanicati >n or notice Intended orcaloatated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of «- personal and private character will b* charged for as an Job worlc and advertising, unless paid for at the time ths wo k is dons, will be ohurged with interest as merchant's accounts pdvartlsement. Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, mutt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 20 January 1859

Citizen'* Meeting. A meeting of the citizens of Charlottesville was lielil on Saturday evening, the ICth inst., in tlic Court House, according to previous announcement, to take into consideration the |>ro|>riety of adopting some plan for the improvement!! of the streets of the town. Ou motion of John Wood, Jr., N. 11. Mussie Ksq., wns culled to the chair, and Ji.'W. Sni'iid appointed Secretary. Thos. Wood Ksqr., then ou behalf of the committee appointed at a previous meeting to take into consideration the act of the Legislature conferring additional powers on the council, and report upon tho propriety of ratifying tho same; read tho following report. After' remarks by Thomas Wood, John Wood, Jr., and 11. N. Trice and others, the report was adopted by the meeting. On uiotiou, it was then resolved, that when this meeting adjourn, it shall adjourn to meet again on next Wednesday evening. Jt was also resolved that the town council, be requested to place a printed c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 20 January 1859

Con'oipondcnco of th« baltimore Sun. Washington, Jan. IC. Modification of lie venue Laws—A New Objection— The Central American Question to be Settled—Hail Prospect for a Pacific llailroad. The indications in the House in regard to tlx? passage of the bill for the codification and modification of the revenue laws arc decidedly unfavorable. The bill has, however, beeu carefully matured, and is as nearly perfect as it can be made at present. Mr. Oiddings has taken a new exception to it on the score of au alleged clause therein for the protection of the coast wise interstate slave trade. It is believed that there is no such provision in the bill; but there should be one, if it be within the compass of federal legislation, for the security of those southern people, who, in removiug from one port to another in thcSontb, happen, by stress of weather, to be driven into New York, as was the case with Mr. Lemmon, of Alexandria, with his family and slaves. But there is nothing of the sort in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 20 January 1859

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 January 1859

JIFIKRSONIAN REPBBIifM. Vol. 25. ADVERTISEMENT .inviting Proposals for convey!.ig the Mails on routes in the State of Virginia, from July 1, 1859, to June 30, 1803. Post Office Di'PAnTMENT 01 U. S., Washington, December, 13, 1858. PROPOSALS will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of Saturday, April 2, 1859, for conveying the mails of the United States for four years, commencing July 1, 1859, and ending June 30, 1803, in the State of Virginia, 011 the routes aud by the schedules lieroln specified. Dociaions announced by April 25, 1859. ( Vtdltrs will examine carefully the forms, and instructions annexed, and also the laws prefixed to the pamphlet copy of this advertisement, to be found at the principal Tost Offices.) 4101 From Washington, (11.( T.) by Alexandria, Va. Evansport, Glymont, Accokeek, Frederick•blirg, Gulnoys, Milfortl, Panola, Ruther Glen, Junction, Tavlorsville & Ashland, to Richmond, SI miles and b;-ck, twice daily. Leave Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 January 1859

Vol. 25. ADVERTISEMENT .inviting Proposals for convey' r , the Mails on routes in the State o( Virginia, from July 1, 1859, to June 30, 1803. Post Officr Department of U. S., Washington, December, 13, 1858. PROPOSALS will be received at the Contract OlHce ol this Department until 3 p.m. of Saturday, April 2, 1859, for conveying tho mails o( the United States for four years, commencing July 1, 1859, and ending Juno 30, 1803, in the State of I Virginia, on the routes and by the schedules lieroi n specified. Decisions Announced by April 25, 1859. (Via fr:\: ' ' examine carefully the form*, and inetruetions annexed, and also the law* prefixed to the piuiphUt copy of thit advertisement, to be found at the principal Vost OjJices.) 4101 From Washington, (11.CT.) by Alexandria, Va. Kv.msport, G'lvinont, Accokoek, Fredericksburg, Guiimy.i, Milford, Panola, Ruther Glen, I Junction, Taelorsville & Ashland, to Richmond, I £1 miles and i"CK, twice daily. Leave Washington daily at 6 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 January 1859

»nm« stately fi^uri 1 to tread wi».h dignity the hU:t.ti:i< emineueis of life, is able to alleviate (mut'H <if despondency, ISul above *ll, o:: inninctive. love of liberty, such as v is Mi by the Spartan when ho compared it. to the mm, the most brilliant, and at the nanle time the roost useful object in creation, r!,;r ; ued in the Englishman by the traditions «u eentnrifS of struggle in its achievement nrd el.iui.ee, ctuise him to echo the sentiment of his o'.vu poet, "Bondage in wr*:*r. 4ftrkt)W, death, despair, FroLilcai, tbo Huh, liiti ecu, the mountains and the , nir." i fully Rubscribc to an opinion which has heen expressed by nn accomplished Southern writer, that nil effort to enslave the English i&bonrcr would . jiiul, thou: bit could (.• ppi d iu folly, an effort to liberate the .American slave—cither seriously attempted and with snGiiri<-nt power to oppose the natcral current of events would overwhelm the civilization of the con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 January 1859

From Washington Washington, Jan. 24.—The bill reported by Mr. Branch to-day from the committee on foreign affairs, proposes to appropriate $30,000,000 to enable the President to Conclude with Spain a treaty of amity, and a settlement of all the existing difficulties, including the cessions of the Island of Cuba, to be used by the President if he shall see fit to advance that sum in advance of the ratification of the treaty. The majority say in their report that they hope that circumstances may never occur rendering it incumbent on the United States under the imperative and overruling law of self-preservation to take possession of the Island without the concurrence of Spain, but if they should, summary measures could be much more easily justified. if we are prepared to show that we have exhausted honorable negotiation in attempts t& meet tho necessity, aiid had offered to Spaiu an equivaleut exchange for it. As such an offer might be necessary to tho complete vindication ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 January 1859

42.W F nfii pv.'s Miils tn Centre villi*, 5 miles; ■una tiack, ilti'ec times u week j leave Dye's 3lills j Tims-lav. Thursday ami Saturday at 8 a tti ; urr.ve \ nt Centrevitby f jvj .t in ; leave Centrevillo Tuesday, Thursday ami .Saturday at 10J, a lu i arrive ul Dye's Mills by 12 in. I_>l From Tudor ll.ill, by Gainesville, Hay Market, Thoroughfare, Broad Hun Station, The Plains, Salem, Fauquier, Roctortown Station, Piedmont Station, Markham Station, Linden, Jlappv Creek Station, i ; ."'t Koyal, Continence, Buckton, [Pater Licit, Strasbnrg, Turn's Brock, Jl'oodstocii and Edeu'.iurg, to Mount Jackson, B'lj, miles and back, six times a week j leav ■ Tudor Hail daily, except Sunday, at 8 15 a m ; arrive at Mount Jackson by 1 15 p m ; leave Mount Jackson daily, except Sunday, at 8 a tu ! arrive at Tudor llall by 1 p tu--4252 Fronißiistoe Station to Brcntuville, three miles and bac., daily, except Sunday j leave Urintoo Station daily, except Sunday, at SI a m s arrive at iJre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 February 1859

Vol. 25. Jeffersonian Republican* IS rrnl.lSllET) WKEKLT BT J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,50 per annum payable invariably in advance, an at the same rate for a shorter time. t No attention will ».e given to a notice from a sub-cri. ber to stop his paper,unless the money is sent with such notice, to pay the amount that is due np to the time a discontinuance is ordered. . < Adverertiseraents inserted nt the rateof $l, for •quire of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 25 cents for each continuance. _ All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or caleulntea to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is or a t ,rioi. 1 and private cjnracter will be charged for ns an Job work and advertising, unless paid for at the time wo k i.-- done, will be chargod with interest as merchant's accounts pdvertisement. . ttT" Obituary Notices exceeding ten line«. must oe paid Tor a* ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 February 1859

Claims Against Foreign Governments. Washington, January 20.—The President sent to the Senate to-day, in compliance with a resolution of that body, a document showing the condition of our unsettled claims against foreign goverments, together with those which have been adjusted. by a hasty glance at the paper, it appears that Captain William Webster presents a bill against Great Britain for over $6,500,000, for loss, indemnity for lands purchased from the chief of New Zealand, and of which he was dispossessed by English officers. Claims are also urged by other parties againt that government for damages done to lawful commerce by the seizure and sale of vessels Russia- Against this government there are two cases ; one for $16,000 and the other r.'r $S;j.">,oCO, prcferr-d by J. W Perkins, fl { M:i; sachnsetts, charging a violation of a contract for arms furnished during the Crimean war. TV.'ncc, too, has unsettled rlnitns. £>hc hasr iccfed several, including that o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 February 1859

OAK GROIE ACADEMY,) JANUARY !2«XH., - la&U. jjf AT tlii> Tntnrmediatp I'xruninntion of my 1 had the pleasure of conferring Distinctions on the following young gentlenv n. lu Modern llimtokt-. Willhtn Thomas, Edwin Try. James Collier, William Dolin, Theodore Taylor. Gkoohafi: ' 'dis M. Keblinger, Thomas Taylor. A Hmvl j, n, Wni, l>«»lin, James Collier, Wm. Jones, I'M *ll. 1 W. Keblinger, Wm. Thomas, Geo. Taylor John It»> 'tins. Natduai- Boswell Anderson, John Jeffries, Thomas Taylor. Edwin Fry, A Ruyturn, Caddis M. Keblinper Latin. Wm. Thoinns. George Jones. Famii.iaU Ft'iKNCK. William Thomas. Wm. Dolin. English Grammau. James Gamer, James Robinson. William Thoinns. Auitum rt John ?favrkin3, George Jones, Frank MHijlnm Thomas F.vaLiS!t Composition. Win. Thorns. Jowph Le Telleir, • r >lin, Jumes Wm. Merrill. These di-li utions were conferred for the proficiency of the youu;{ gentle.}, no far as they had progressed ia their respec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 February 1859

From I)»c'« M'.l'.s to Ciatteville, 5 miles. Had back, three li lies .t week ; leave Dye * Mills, To.-.- I.y. I'l uimUv and Saturday at 8 a m ; arrive ; uV t\iiiu jville by '.'.j a in ; Veave (.'enireville TuesI'loirsdav and Saturday at a ui; arrive at i l)ve : s Mills by 12 in, I {■2 .1 From Ti;d -t Hall, by Gainesville, Hay | Market, Th n'oughfaiv, Broad Run Station, The | Plains, Salem. Fauquier, Rectortowu Station, \ riodiiMit Station, Mark ham S'.a.ion, Linden, i 1! ippy Crtfek Station, Front Rnyal, Confluence, B icktuii, Water Lick, Strasburg, Tom's Brook, | ifeodst.ic'.t anil iMenotn g, to Mount Jackson, j miles and back, six times » week; leave Tudor | H lii daiiv, except Sunday, at 8 1 j a m ; arrive nt i Mount Jacks,*u by 1 13 pm ; leave Mount .lack-1 •'.ii daily, oxcent Sunday, alb a in; uiiivy Kt | To lor Via'.l by i p ni. I 42j2 From Btistoe Station to Brentsvil'e, three miles and liu., dai'.y, except Suiiti ty; leave Bris-1 t">e Station dailv, except Sunday,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 February 1859

Vol. 9.1. Jeffersonian Republican, Ifl PUBLISHED WKKKLY UY J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,30 per annum, payable invariably in advance, an At the same rate for a shorter time. No attention will be jriven 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. Adverertiinitnents inserted at the rate of $l, for every t.juare of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 25 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stoppod 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 Job work and .advertising, unless paid for at the time the wo. k is done, will be charged with interest as merchant's accounts pdvertisement. CP 5 " Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be paid for as advertisement...

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