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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 31 May 1882

C|je ftffeniflnian. (EstnlillghfeUln 183 ft. > iX JEFFERSOftIAN PUBLtStllftG Ct>. WEDNESDAY... :;.;...:...;:;.! MAY SI, im This paper Is crftbred atthcrost-Ofllceat Charlottesville. Va„ As second-clans mutter. r n The Apple; its Culture and Yoine. BY N. W. PJEBSOWi The following essay was read before the late meeting of Woodlawn Agricultural Club: Many complaints are made in this Potomac region that apple trees die out in twelve or fifteen years without eiving due return for the time and the land they occupy —counting the care nothing—which is, perhaps, correct. We will endeavor to point out the cause and the remedy. Fourteen years ago when Huntly came into our possession there were several large apple trees in bearing that are in full healthy bearing yet. Upon examination we found the soil clay, with a gravelly subsoil. Presuming this to be the proper composition for a healthy growth and long life of the tree, we would select such cotiditions for our orchard. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 June 1882

Skjfctsotiiati HepMim OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. } Cjjc f effersnnian, PUBLISHED KVRII WRUNRSOAY MORNING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. TERMS OF 4 U ASCRIPTION —IN ADVANCE: Onaoopy,one year f 1 00 One copy, six months 75 One copy three months 50 One copy one month 25 CLUBS. Ten copies one year, eacli, _ (1 00 11 Is not required that Oluhs b*. made up at One post-office. Payment must accompany every order. A copy ofthe paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to be continued at the option ofthe publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Bates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion $l.OO Two squares(twolnohes)one Insertion. 2.00 Leeal advertisements seventy-five cents per square for each Insertion. «ySpeolal contracts made for advertlsementsfora longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB-PR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 June 1882

<£.|c seffcrsoiuait. ( KstftbUHHeil in 1885.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JUNE 7,18K2. This paper Is entered at the Post-Office at Charlottesville. Va., as second-class matter. MAHONE VS. CONFEDERATE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS. The 1218 section of the United States Statutes is in these words. "No person who has served in any capacity in the military, naval or civil service of the so called Confederate States, or either of the States in insurrection during the late rebellion, shall be a])pointed to any position in the army of the United States. (The italics are our own.) On the 27th of April last, the United States Senate Committee on military affairs, reported in favor of repealing this section. Mr. Edmunds, (Rep.) of Vermont, that exceeding bitter enemy of our people, with a ▼iew to kill the effort to repeal this obnoxiuus law, fought it by skillful parliamentary tactics for several days and finally moved to refer it to the judiciary committee, of which he is eha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 June 1882

Cjje Jeffersatuait. (Establls)ied i n 1835.) WEDNESDAY JUNE 7, 1882, News Letters, short and to the point, will be received and cheerfully published. Cor* respondent pertaining to the material interests of the town and county respectfully solicited. U3T We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. LOCAL MATTERS. Fost.-Ofllce Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.00 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chesapeake and Ohio—Going West, 11.15 A.M. Going East, 8.15 A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Going South, 11.15 A.M. Going North, 4.10 P. M. Night Mails close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 1 to 2 P. M. Sunday Mulls close—GolngSouth... 11.15A.M " " GolngNorth... 4.10P.M Night Mulls close on Sunday 6.50 P. M Hours at which the mails are opened and read for distribution : C. &O. From East 11.65 P. M " West 4.10 " V. M. North 12.30 " South 5.15 " Money Order Business closes on Satuday at 4. P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 June 1882

Cjjc Jeffcrsoiuan. ( Established i n 1836.) BY JEFFERSON IAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JUNE 7,1882. This paper is entered at the Post-Office at Charlottesville, Va., as second-class matter. [For the Jf.ffbhsonian Itl'l'rHT.lCAn.] Tlic Tent Caterpillar. This pest was very troublesome last year but this year they arc still more numerous and destructive. The remedy i 9 to twist and pull them out of the trees with a long pole, if they cannot be reached with the hand. They may be shot out with powder very conveniently by placing the gun within four or five feet of their webbs. Best time for this about 9 o'clock when the majority are at home. The main objects of attack arc the apple and the wild or bird cherry. Occasionally they get in the peach and a few other trees but these are seldom injured by them. We would risk "disturbing the harmony of nature" to effect the entire destruction of these loathsome and ravenous leaf-eaters, that select for destruction our apple orchards and individual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 June 1882

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. }► Cjje ftffemnian, PUBLISHED MVH4Y WEDNESDAY MORNING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION—-IN ADVANCE : Oneoopy,one year f 1 09 Oneoopy, six months 75 One oopy three months 60 Oneoopy one month 25 CLUBS. Ten copies one year, each, SI 00 111 s not required that Clubs be made up at One poßt-offlce. Payment must accompany every order. A copy orthe 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 Bates for Advertising. One square (one inch) one Insertion SI.OO Two squares (two inches) one insertion. 2.00 Leeal advertisements seventy-flve cents per square for each insertion. «ySpeclal contracts made for advertlsementsfora longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notloe. Ord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 June 1882

scfferso!uan. ( Established In 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JUNE 14, 1882. This paper is entered at the Post-Oflloeat Charlottesville. Va., as second-class matter. OUGHT THE DEMOCRACY OF VIRGINIA IGNORE SUCCESSFUL EXAMPLES IN I IS PAST HISTORY. General Bailey represented the Accomac District in Congress as a Whig many years before the late war. During his career as a Whig he struck the Democrats many hard blows. He was one of the ablest Whigs iu the State. He became dissatisfied with the Whig party ; thereupon the Democrats received him among their number and promptly assigned him a'position of promiuence in the party.— Governor Wise was for some time an ardent Whig and a most bitter denunciatory opponent of the Democrats.He afterwards ceased to co-operate with the Whigs. The Democrats at once took him up and ran and elected him as Governor. Governor Gilmer was for many years "every inch a Whig," and with his vigorous and keen intellect and brilliant wit was one o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 June 1882

C|e Jeffcnoiuitn. (Established i 11 1885.) WEDNESDAY IUNR It, 1882, News Letters, short and to the point, will be received and cheerfully published. Cor* respondence pertaining to the material interests of the town and county respectfully olicited. J3P We arc not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. LOOAIi MATTERS. Post-onico Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.110 A.M. Closes 7.00 I'. M. MAILS C LOSE. Chesapeake ani> OHlO—Going West, 11.15 A. M. Going East,3.ls A. M. Washington City, Virginia Mim.ANrt— Going South, 11.15 A.M. Going North, 1.10 P. M. Night Mails close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY lIOUUS. Ofllceopen from 1 to 2 P. M. Sunday Mails close—GolngSouth...ll.ls A. M " " " Going North... t.IOP, M Night Mails close on Sunday 0 MP. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. AO. Prom East 11 ..»•> I'. M West I.la " V. M. " North 12.H0 " " " South 5.15 " Money Order Business closes on Satuday al . P. M. No Money Order Hus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 June 1882

Cjje Jeifcrsfliuan. (Established in 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JUNE 14,1882. Tills paper is entered at the Post-Office at Charlottesville. Va., an second-class matter. Domestic Concord. Among the hindrances to domestic concord none are more potent than irritability and selfishness, and those whose aim is to produce harmony in family life find themselves ofitenest confronted by these dire foes. Irritability may be physical or spiritual; in either case it results from some abnormal condition. If this is removed aud good nature restored, peace smiles again. A highly organlzed nature is sure to be sensitive and will easily, under pressure, take 011 abnormal conditions. In managing irritability it is necessary to know its causes in order to apply with skill and success appropriate remedies. As to physical causes, the chief are diet, ill health and the weather. The first may be regulated, the second treated but the third must be endured. When the wise person has becom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 June 1882

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. y Cjje |tffersonian,| PUBLISHED HVBI * WEDNESDAY WORKING BY JtffaraonUn Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. WM. H. PROUT, Business Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. »M oo»y ■ •» oo Oue copy, rtx months «£ On* copy three months 40 Untoss Paid In Advance, tI.SO will be Char ged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will sjnd us 10 names accompanied by the CASh; If preferred a commission will be paid. Transient Aatea for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one insertion (1.00 Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Lecal advertisements seventy-flve cents per square for each Insertion. 4VHpeolal contracts made for advertlseraentsfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds or BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notloe. Orders from the city and surrounding country will reoelve PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dentists. JOSEPH k W. 8. NORRIB DENTISTS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, - - VIRGINIA. OFFICE—Corner Market...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 June 1882

C|t leffcrsanian. (Established In 1835.) BY JEFFERSONTAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JUNE 3S, 1882. This paper In entered at the Post-Offlceat Charlottesville. Vfts; as second-class mailer. MR. MASSEY AMD CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE. We are not for Mr. Massey nor Mr. Goode, nor any one else, unlss he is the strongest man we can run for Congressman at large. Wo have differed widely front Mr. Massey. We have fought him with all our might, and struck him the hardest blows we could give, because we believed he was pursuing a course that would greatly retard the growing prosperity of the country, and we have no regrets to express for what we did. The issues which we then fought with him have been settled, and settled forever. A majority of the voters decided that issue erroneously against us, but as true Democratic Republicans we submit gracefully to the will of a well ascertained majority of the popular vote. Mr. Massey and his Readjuster friends had as much right to their opinions as we had to o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 June 1882

Jeffersunian. (Established In 1#.'15.) WEDNESDAY... JUNE 28, 1882, News Letters, short and to the point, will be received and cheerfully' published. Cor* respondence pertaining to the material interests of the town and county respectfully olicited. HP" We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. LOCAL MATTERS. Pasting Sermon. —The following is a brief synopsis of Rev. J. T. Whitley's last sermon for the session to the young men of the University. Text, John 0:12- "Gather up the fragment that remain, that nothing be lost. .Jesus was sad, for John the Baptist bad just been murdered by Herod. lie craved solitude, and sought it on the other side of the sea of Galilee. But the multitude followed, and thronged about him. Instead of upbraiding them for their selfishness he healed their sick and fed them by a miracle. At the close of the meal, the grass was strewn with bits of bread and fish. The ordinary observer would have disdained to gather them up, but the maste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 June 1882

C|}c |tffersoiitait. (Bstabilsfoed in 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JUNE 28, 1882. Tills paper Is entered at the Post-Ofllccat Charlottesville. Va„ as seconU-eIaRK matter. (continued from first page.) come back and deliberately tell me that you have engage*! yourself to an artist, a fellow I never beam of.' 'Dear old daddy,' Amy s id quieily, 'don't gel aiiiiy about ii Come ami sit down an i talk n .Ve i.ii-o .. i v, as you always do I lungs tvi 11 me.' No, no, Any. I know won l vim reasonable talking means. 1 a n inn >o he coaxed or wheedled or made a too] of. It's all very well vlieii mil an i pair of new ponies or an\ >t ilnn kind you have set yo'ir muni mi. him there is a limit tu eveivioing ' 'Well, but we mu»l imk tin q.ntior. over, daddy ' 'Not at iill, hot ai ii• 1; ii ' 1.. i uecessary. Ylu leli me ymi waoi in marry this fortune iiunling artist. 1 say at once I won't hear of it; inn it's out of tiie question; thai I will not hear a si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 July 1882

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. } ■ B y&v l C|e feffersonian, PUBLISHED WKDNKSDAY MORNING |#|4niui Publishing Company, H $ 1 VA. WM.jH, PJipUT, Business Manager. . , Terms of Subscription. * IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year SI 00 One copy, six months 65 One copy three months 40 Unless Paid tn Advance, SI.SO will be Char ged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by the cnsh ; If preferred a commission will be paid. Tranalent Hates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion SI.OO Two squares(two Inches) one insertion. 2.00 Lesal advertisements seventy-five cents per ■luare for each Insertion. contracts made for advertisemerit"for a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short Onlers from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dentists. JOSEPH k W. E. NORRIS DENTISTS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, - - VIRGINIA. OFFICE—Corner Marketand Un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 July 1882

Cjjc §tffersotuan. ( Established In 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JULY 5, 1882. This paper is entered at the Post-Otticeat Charlottesville. Va., as second-elass matter. THE BOSTON EXHIBITION. We call the special attention of our readers to the article on this subject upon our first page. Especially those who have superior timber, or mineral lands. There is in Boston and other New England cities,aniramense surplus capital which is anxiously seekiug'good investments. These people are not acquainted with the inducements which our section offers to capital. They have invested millions in the West. Make them acquainted with the chances for good investments in our section and they will invest millions here. Besides capitol, they will bring skill and experience in manufacturing, pnd in developing our mineral resources. Read the following circular of the Richmond and Danville Road, which explains itself. The Virginia Midland and Chesapeake and Ohio, will doubtless take as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 July 1882

C||t Jcffcrsfljiian. (Established 111 1 W-'fO.) WEDNESDAY JULY S, IBBi' News Letters, short and to the point, will be received and cheerfully published. Cor* rufondence pertaining to the material t« terists of the town and county respectfully oHcited. BT We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. Local matters. R*al Estate Sales.—On Monday last H. Benton, auctioneer, sold for the oommiaaionere, one hundred and sixty aores of belonging to the Black estate and lying on Meohums River in this county, to J. Summerfield Moon, Esq., at $32.75 per acre. J 8. Barksdale, auctioneer, sold for the eommiaeionere four hundred and thirtyodd mores of lend belonging te the Gantt estate, lying between Scottsville and How* ardeville, to Mr. Robert Durret, for $4.50 per tore. Attempt at Mdrdkr—An Old Citizen Saor Down in Cold Blood.—Last Monday night • white man entered the store of Mr. Stephen D. Mayo, at Middle Oaks, near "B. M.," and made a slight purchase. While Mr. Mayo wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 July 1882

C|c |cffcrsonian. (Estßbllshedln 1885.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JULY 5, 1882. Tills paper l» entered at the Poßt-Ofllcent Charlottesville. Va„ as flecond-ela*s matter. SEEDS. BY HENRR STEWARD. The true old adage. "The farmer pays for all,'' applies not only to ordinary matters which have an honest face and a proper character, but to those in which fraud and dishonesty are the chief elements. No persons more than farmers are sought out as a prey by humbugs and swindlers of every kind, and none are more victimized in the way of trade and ordinary business. Speculators who corner the grain and provision markets, conspire to reduce the prices when farmers are ready to market their crops, and then to advance values and pocket a large profit for which they have rendered no service, and of which they fleeced the farmer of ojie part and the consumer of the other. Adulterators lower the values in the markets of milk, butter, cream, and cheese, by manufacturing . bogus articl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 July 1882

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXYIII. } Jeffcrsoniait, PUBLISHED WVRJIY WKDNKSOA.Y WOIINIKO BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. WM. 11. PItOUT, Business Manaoeh. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, ono year SI, W One copy, six monthß One ropy three months «' Unless Paid in Advance, SI.BO will be Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by the cash ; if preferred a commission will be paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (ono Inch) ono insertion &LOJ Two squares (two inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Legal advertisements seventy-five cents per sniare for each insertion. contracts made for advertisements for a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND.IOB PRINTING at short notice. Ordors from the city and surrounding o inn try will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dentists. JOSEPH A, VV. E. NORRIS ORNTISTS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, - - VIRGINIA. OFFICE—Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 July 1882

oiijc Jtffcvsoiuan. vJ •—' ( Rstab.ished In 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JULY 11', 1882. »• Tills paper 1* entered nt the I'ost-Offlceat aiiarlottesvllle, Vn., ns second-class matter. MAHONE'S contempt for old use REPUBLICANS. When the old time Republicans controled the Federal patronage in Virginia, Mahone envied them. But now that he lias by contract with Arthur, the President of Guiteau, obtained control of this patronage, he feels the most profound contempt for him. And he has emphasized that contempt bv making Mr. John S. Wi e bin Republican candidate at large for Congress, anil thereby to compel them to oppose the present Republican administration, or to vote for Mr. Wise, who has, in a published letter, declared that "the white Republican in Virginia does not want any accession to the ranks of his party. Triumph is the last thought of his mind. The place is his whole object. Martyrdom soothed by reward, is the whole philosophy of his politics. The moment hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 July 1882

(iljc Mfcrsfliuan. o w (Rstttbllsl'ed in 1885.) WEDNESDAY JULY ID, ISB2. News Letters, short and to the point, will be received and cheerfully published. Cor« respondence pertaining to the, material interests of the town and county respectfully solicited. gy We arc not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. LOCAL MATTERS. Sudden Death—Monday morning about 11 o'clock, an old colored woman living near the University, while attending hor usual housohold duties, suddenly dropped dead. Tho coroner's jury decided that she died of heart disease or other natural causes. Fins Soap.—Mr. S. E. Geiger favored "ye local" with a bar of laundry soap (his own make) the other day. He immediately tried it and his hands wero "so white and soft." Mr. Qoiger guarantees this soap to be pure borax family soap, containing no iinptiro ingredients, and retails it at the low price of 10 cents a bar. Givo it a trial. Military Fair.—Last Friday the Gordonavillo Grays gave a fair and festival, ...

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