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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 November 1882

Clc.iclfrjsidiita^, r&IJIW r« elqciu •••iki nf (Ktatabklßfeed in 1836.) BY JBFPHRSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1, ISH2. ' r'lua j-L^LI This paper In entered at the PoHt-Officeiit CharUAtAfcYlWtfJVfc.l rtialWf. A I'lttßfieM Farmer. ■*r.-\ ! >l.l/ i.i Mr. H«nry Noble, I£*ittsfield, Mass., is one of the met>, /ufj /eejipg what planted trees lot successors, and unexpectedly lived to enjoy tlienfl. Last month he welcomed a company of ih'iiletf '''an oIA-la'sbioned 5 farmerrfi picnic'' in the protecting shadow, of a spacious grove, of, \yellwhich "hV hihiSel'f set out upward of thirty years ago, and to which 1 1'le' made this reference in bis pleasant little speech! of greeting : i i<i "It was far from our thought that we sb-ould ever enjoy its shade, yet through a kind Providence watching over tho'>fr4as and those-who have cared for we, with many of our friends,liave the shade and blessed the day and time when it was brou...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 November 1882

IdteotiM HepMiim OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. } C|t feffersonian, POBLIHHEI) ■ VBIT WEDNESDAY HORNING BY Jeffenonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. WM. H. PROUT, Business Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One oopy, one ye»r fl 00 One oopy, ilx months no One copy three menthH 40 Unless Paid in Advance, SI.BO will be Charged. A oopy of the paper furuislieil without charge to any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by the cusli; If preferred a commission will be paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion 11.o" Two squares(twolnches)onelnsertion. 2.00 Local advertisements seventy-flve cents per iq uare for each Insertion. «9-Ipeolal contracts made for advertlsementsfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK ANDJOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. pEOPLE'B NATIONAL BANS, Paid-up Capital, - - $50,000.00. Surplu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 November 1882

ff.jjt |efffrsDntaii. ( Established i u 18;fo.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY NOVEMHKIt 8, IXSi. This paper Is entered at the l'ost-Offlceat Charlottesville. Va.. as second-class matter. Tbe election is over, the result is painf'il to one party ami joyous to the other. The excitement will now subside, until another election, and the people will turn their attention more exclusively to tlieir own private affairs and to the development of public and private prosperity. We liavc done our duty to tbe best of our ability. We have closed this contest, withobt a trace of personal unkind feeling to any one, and without a regret for what we have said or done, except that we could not do more for the cause we advocate. We now turn our attention more especially to the development of the prosperity of our country. Virginia has begun to advance in tbe race of physical prosperity in earnest. '1 he evidences of this advancement are plain. They are seen in the growth of Richmond, Norfolk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 November 1882

fcfee | efftrs onian. (Establlsled In 1835.1 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1882. Newt 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 stliciled. gr We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. LOCAL MAT r^E?S. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.00 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chbsapbakb and Ohio—Going West, 11.16 A. M. Going East. 3.15 A. M. Washington City. Virginia Midland— Going South. 11.15 A. M. Going North, 4.10 P. M. Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 1 to 2 P. M. Sunday Mulls close-Golngßoulh...ll 15A.M •• •• " GotngNorth... 4.10F.M Night Malls close on Sunday 6 30 I'. M Hours at which the mails are opened and read for distribution : C.AO. From East 11-55 P. M '• " West 4.10 V. M. " North 12.30 •' " South 516 Money Order Business closeH on Satuday at . P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Bund...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 November 1882

(fjje |effcrsontaii. (Established In 1885.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8, ISKJ. This paper Is entered at the Post-Oftlceut Charlottesville. Vjt., as seeoml-ehtss mutter. Queer Suicides. Being deserted by her husband, Mrs. Isaac Solomon of Kenton, Ohio, swallowed morphine. Despondency from being out of work drove Edward Cody of NVapello, lowa, to drown himself. The wife of Adam Elling of Union Deposit, Pa., lay down beside her dead child and cut her throat. W. Foster, ajprinter, killed himselfin the jail at Syracuse on account of shame at his incarceration. 11l health caused John Mayerel of Debuque to shoot himself through the heart. His young widow is insane. Bronco Sam of Laramie City committed suicide through jealousy of l is Cherokee bride. He, however, shot her dead first. "To find rest,'' said Bernard Creamer of Baltimore, "I swallow this ounce of laudauum." He had been in ill health for a long time. Mrs. Ellen Eraser of Toledo, to escape the pains of neu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 November 1882

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. } C|e |cffcrsonian, PUBLISHED «Va*T WBDMIIPAY WORKING BY JeffersonUn Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. WM. H. PROUT, BOSUCBSS Manager. Terms of Subscription. in advance;. One copy, one year II 00 One copy, six months «•> One copy three months 40 Unless Paid In Advance, SI.BO will be Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will Bend ub 10 names accompanied by the cash; if preferred a commission will be paid. Traniient Hates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one insertion 11.0° Two squares(two Inches) one insertion. 2.00 Local advertisements seventy-flve cents per ■quarefor eaoh Insertion. «9>4pecial contracts made for advertisements for a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from tlie city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANS, Paid-up Capital, - - $50,000.00. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 November 1882

Jtffcrsonian. (Established In 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY ...NOVEMBER 15,188?. Tills paper is entered at the I'ost-OSlceat Charlottesville. Vs., as second-class matter. "PAUL'S SOUTH CAROLINA CATHARTIC PILLS." This is a powerful political remedy. Its power was strikingly exhibited in South Carolina. In that case a white man who is a Democrat was elected to Congress by a majority of 8,000. His opponeut in the election was a notorious negro by the name of Smalls. The Republicans had a majority in Congress of about twenty. They wanted to get rid of the Democrat, whose name was Dibbell. They administered one dose of this powerful remedy of Dr. John Paul of Virginia, and the 8,000 majority "melted away like a lump of white sugar in a pail of water," and a large majority arose up in favor of the negro Smalls, and Dibbell the white Democrat was unseated and sent home into private life, while Smalls was put into Congress in his place, and is now rejoicing in the title of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 November 1882

£{je Jtffcrsoniait. (Esuibllßl'ed In 1835.1 WEDNESDAY...- NOVEMBER 8, 1882 Newt 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 silicited. iy We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-OHlce 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. 3.15 A. M. Washington City. Virginia Midland— Ooing South. 11.15 A.M. Going North, 4.10 P. M Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 1 to 2 P. M. Sunday Malls close —GolngSoulh...ll '5 A.M •• •' Going North ... 4.10 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 6 SO P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : „ C. 4 O. From Kast 11.55 P. M " West 4.10 " V. M. " North 12.80 " •• South 5.15 " Money Order Hurineas closes or. Satuday at .P.M. No Money Order Business transacted on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 November 1882

scfftrsoiuan. (Established in 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1"», 188?. This paper is entered at the Post-Offlceat Charlottesville. Va„ as second-class matter. A Beautiful Tribute to the Southern Confederacy. BY PERCY GREY. "Do you forget, then," rejoined Clevelaud, "bow often the hand of Providence has been manifestly against the better cause ? Do you forget the Pagan saying that reconciles so many readers of history to the fall of the noblest States and the defeat of the truest heroes, " Victrix causa Deis plaru.it, sed victa Catoni,"' or the cyi ical paradox of the French Empire, that "Heaven is oil the side of the bigger battalions ?" Do you forget, again, that in the American struggle everything that was personally great and noble was ts be found almost exclusively on the Southern side? The North produced no gentleman and chevalier worthy to be named in the same day with him who led so long the splendid chivalry of Virginia and the Caiolinas. and befor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 November 1882

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. }■ CHABLOTTESVILLE, VA„ WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1882. C|e |cffcrsoman, PUBLIBHEI> IVBIT WBDREBD4T KOHHINO BV Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. WM. H. PRUUT, Business Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one yenr 81 00 One copy, six months OS One copy three months 40 Unless Paid in Advances, SI.SO ' Xm? of th« paper mrnlshed without charge to any person who will send us 10 namMaeeompanledby the cash; If preferred a commission will be paid. Traniient Hates for Advertising. Oue square (one Inch) one Insertion 11.00 T'.vo 9qunreH(twolnches>onelnserllon. 2.00 li«cal advertisements seventy-five cents per s j unre for each insertion. Special contracts made for advertlseinontsfor * longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND.IOB PRINTING at short notloe. Orders from the city and surrounding fl »»iintry will receive PROMPT ATTENTION 15 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. pEO PLE'S NATIONAL BA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 November 1882

illje Jclftrsoiuan. ( Established i 11 1835.) BY JEFFEIISONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY NOV EM BER!», 1882. This paper Is entered at the Post-Officeat tfliarlottesvllle. Va„ as second-class matter. The Star Route Swindlers. Perhaps no greater outrage ever been perpetrated on the public service than the infamous swindling operations of the star route gang. Men high in position and leaders in the Republican party have deliberately conspired and and succeeded in swindliug the government out of millions. This is not all. After the swindle is discovered and everybody is satisfied of the guilt of the parties, these law breakers are enabled to bo manipulate the administration of justice in tiie District of Columbia as to shield themselves from punishment. Below we give an extract from a letter addressed bv Attorney General Brewster to President Arthur on the subject. The Attorney General says: "I desire to call your attention to the fact that the officers of the law and those who have dire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 November 1882

Cbe lelfcrsonian. yj (Rftiabllßl<e<) I u 1486.) WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29, 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 solicited. tW We art not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.00 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Cresapkakr and Ohio—Going West, 11.15 A. M. Going East. 3.15 A- M. Washington City. Virginia Midi-and— Going South, 11.15 A.M. Going North, 4.10 P M Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 1 to 2 P. M. Sunday Mails close—Going South...ll 15A.M •' " •' GolngNorth... 4.10 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 6 SO P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. 4 O. From East 11.55 P. M " •' West 4.10 " V. M. •' North 12.30 " " South. 5.15 " Money Order Business closes or. Satuday at .P.M. No Money OrJ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 November 1882

ibc |cffcrsontan. (Established! n 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11), 1882. This paper is entered at the Post-OfTleeat Charlottesville, Va„ as second-class matter. GRAPE-CULTURE. ' The grape is indigenous to the whole of this country. It is at the head of the vine family, known, botanically, as Vitaceoe. It belongs to the genus Vitis, which include six species, of which Vitis Labrusra, the Northern fox grape, and Vitis vulpinun, the Southern fox grape, are the most noteworthy varieties. From the former have been produced, by cultivation, the Concord, Isabella, and Catawba grapes, while the latter is the origin of the invaluable Seuppernong of the South. The vine is peculiar in its manner of flowering being dioecious or polygamous in all our American vari eties ; that is, that it bears male and female flowers on different plants, as do the hop and hemp, or bears perfect as well as separated flowers upon the same or different plants. This peculiarity has some...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 February 1883

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. y &ljc Ictfersoman, I'lJB LIBH E J.) tfVKHLV WKDNKSDAY HORNING HY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Oil \ItIjOTTKHVIIiIiK, VA. WM. 11. Pltour, Business .Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN' ADVANCE. Duo copy, tine year 81 00 One copy, six months tt'i One copy three months 40 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 Hie cash ; if preferred a commission will he paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. Due square (one Inch) one Insertion 81.00 Two squares (two inched) one Insertion. 2.00 Losral advertisements seventy-five cents per s i uare for each Insertion. Hpeeial contracts made for advertisements for* longer period. JOB WOitK.-We are prepared to do all Kin Is of ROOK ANDJOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. f> E OPT E »S NATIONAL BAITS, rai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 February 1883

(L be Jcfftvsoman. ( KatubtlNtaeil i n 1885,) tIV JKFFKUSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WHDNEHUAY FEBRUARY 7. 1883. Tills paper in entered at the Post-Ofllceat Uhni'lntteMvlllo. Vh„ as second-clans matter. From present appearances, Congress will rlo nothing substantial towards relieving the tax puyers from the onerous burdens of the vicious Internal Revenue system or the unjust discriminations of the present tariff. Theie two systems were devised to meet the exigencies of the war. They were passed at a time, when it was thought necessary to subject the tax payer to a burdensome tax to meet the extraordinay demands of the occasion, Both systems have long out-lived the necessity that brought them into existence. Tin: plethora of the National Treasury hns encouraged extravagant expendi. lures of publio money and has begot* ten a horde of jobbers, ready ou all occasions to plunder the public Treasury, vast monopolies, '.fostered by unju>t discriminations in their favor f have sprung up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 February 1883

(Llk JcMcvsontan. o i Kh,uiiltHl eilt u LW,i ' WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7, UMB 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 k stli^ied. SW W'e are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, who wish lo change thMr advertisements, munt hand copy in on •Sitn-rday, to insure change In next Issue. local matters. Post-Office Notlco. OFFICE HOURS. Ufflce opens 7 00 A. M. Closes 6.00 P. M. MAI US CLOSE. CfIiSAI'KAKK AND OHIO— Going West, 11.15 A. M. Unlng East. 11.18 A. M. Washington City Virginia Midland— Going South, 11.IS A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls closo at S P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 1 to 'i P. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSouth... 10 80A.M • • ' •' Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Ma lln close on Sunday 0 3OP.M Hours at which tho malls are opened and rend for distribution ■ C....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 7 February 1883

ii-bc Jrffcrsonian. ( EstftbllsUoil i n 1 835.) IIY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1888. This paper Is entered nt the Post-O/Tloeftt I,'lntrlottesvllle, Va., as second-class matter. "Texas Cattle Fever." REPORT OF COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE KESWICK AGRICULTURAL CLUB TO INVESTIGATE THE SUBJECT. The committee appointed at our last meeting to examine into the nature and character of the disease, which has been so fatal to cattle in the vicinity of lveswick, and other parts of our country during the last Fall, Report that they have discharged that duty, to the best of their ability, for the time allowed them. They are satisfied, that the disease is what is variously called, "Spanish Fever," "Texas Fever," "Murrain," "Splenic Fever," all different names for the same plague. In looking cut for its origin amongst lis, no doubt is entertained, but that it was communicated to our cattle by cattle brouglit from the south side of James river, and sold at the cattle yard in C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 February 1883

* SHI if • gepllfim OI,I) SERIES, Vol.. XXXVIII. } CHABLOTTESVILLE, VA„ WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1883. { NEW SERIES, Vol.. X—No.44. Cjjr |cffrrs(nuan, PUBLTBH EJ> UVB \VKI)SIHSD\Y HOUSING BY J9ff3rsonian Publishing Company, ciiv it lor r ksv 11l r, va . wji. U. Pitour, husinkhs Maxaoii. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one yenr 81 00 One copy, six months 05 One copy three inontlis..Mgk. 40 Unless Paid in Advance, SI.SO will be Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without chnrgc lo any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by t lie cash ; If preferred a commission will be paid. Transient Sates for Advertising. Ouo square (one Inch) one insertion #l.OO SC vo H<iiuvreK(t.wo inches) one insertion. 2.00 Lezal i i vert Isements soventy-flve cents per square for each insertion. -tpocial contracts made for advertisements for * longer period. IOLI WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of HOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 February 1883

Cije Icffcrsoiuan. ( Eatab.lMbcdl u 1835. j BY JKFFKRSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14.1883. I'lils paper Is entered at the I'ost-Offlceni l.'.inlottesvllle. Va., us seconil-cluss matter. Japan. The most remarkable changes are in progress iu this empire. Besides those noted by us in our last issue, we are informed by a correspondent ol the missionary Herald, who hns resi ded iu Japan for ten years, that the prejudices of the Japanese against foreigners and against the Christian religion have almost entirely abated. Buddhism has been the religion o Japan for centuries. Tne Buddhists are making very great efforts to hold ihe people to their religion. But the young priests are not licensed now un> less they can pass an examination on the Old and New Testaments, and many of them are studying the Bible under the native Christian pastors nnd the foreign missionaries. What will be the results of this requires no prophet to foretell. There are now in this empire 75 orda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 February 1883

Cljt Jeltcrsontan. J —•' i Km,i 11 1835.) r WEDNESDAY FKHIII'AHY 14, 1883 News Let'ers. short and to the point, will be. received and cheerfully published Cor* respondence pertaining to the material interests of the town and county respectfully tiliciled ' jy We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, who wish to change thtir advertisements, must hand copy in oit Haturdny, to liiHure change In next Issue. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Ofllco Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 6.00 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chesapeake and Ohio—Going West, 11.15 A.M. Going East. 11.15 A. M. Washington City Virginia Midland — Going South, 11.15 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 8 P M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 1 to 2 P. M. Sunday Malls close—Going Soul h... 10 SO A. M " •• •' 4.09 P. M Night Malls close oil SunfflHß... 830 P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. &amp...

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