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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 February 1883

C|e Jcffcvsonian. (tSstnL-.lsheiZin :SIS.J 11V JRFFBRSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14, 18S3. riils imper Is entered at the I'oHt-Odlceal rimrlottesvlllo. Vn., as second-class mutter. Value or Ensilage. PRACTICAL FARMERS DISCUSSING THEIR EXPERIENCE. About sixty gentlemen, most of whom are practical farmers, assembled in New V'ork City, and organized the Second Ensilage Congress, electing as President Francis Motrie, of Baltimore, the first man who built a silo, or fodder pit in this country. Mr. Brown, the Secretary, after a brief address, in which he eulogized the merits of the ensilage system, which he declared was destined to prove the salvation of Eastern fanners, unveiled a bust of Auguste Goffart, the French inventor of the system, which was greeted with loud applause. Scattered on tables near the platform were speci mens ot ensilage and of butter made lrom the cream of cows fed oil it, and the farmers examined Ihe samples eloselv, testing them by the sense of twsie ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 February 1883

Mt OLD SERIES, Voi,. XXXVIII. }• Cj}r |cffcrsoiuan, PUBLISHED rtVWJIY WEDNRSDIY HORNING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Cll AULOTTEBVILLE, VA. WM. If. PIIOUT, Bcsimkss Manager. Terms of Subscription. FN ADVANCE. Ono copy, one year $1 00 One copy, six months 65 One copy throe months 40 Unless Paid in Advance, $1.50 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. st|uare(one inch) one insertion $l.OO Two squares (two inches) one insertion. 2.00 Lo*al advertisements seventy-five cents per ■»<! uare for each Insertion. Special contracts made for advertisements for a I ouster period. JOB WO UK.—We are prepared to do all 4.1 uds of HOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short not ice. Orders from the city and surrounding c ountry will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. P E O PLE'B NATIONAL BANS, Paid-up Capital, - - $50...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 February 1883

Cbc Jcffersunian. J ( RstaKtsfc f c'! n 1 S'.J.) BY JRFFRRSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. \V i: l>N KSDAY FEBRUARY 21.18 M. 11H paper Ik entered at theFosUOfficeat " » rloM.esville. Vn., as second-class matter. Itan?aiii and Corruption. The corrupt bargain between President Arthur and Senator Mahone is one of the most brazen acts of bribery and corruption that the annals of history afford. Mr. Arthur, when he entered upon the duties of his office as President of the United States, took an oath faithfully to perform the duties thereof, according to the Constitution and laws of the United StatesUnder this Constitution and these laws, it is made ma duty to appoint certain Federal officers in the State ot Virginia. It is. also made His duty, for good cause, to remove any of those officer*. Instead of performing these duties, he has made a bargain with Senator Mahone, by which, in consideration of his political support, he has, in violation of the Constitution aud laws, which he has swo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 February 1883

tellersontan. j i KstHlillrtl'C'J I it 1K35.> WEDNESDAY KEIIHUAHY 21, IBB.'t Ncu)t 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. (SjT We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, who wish to change tlimr advertisements', must hand copy in on Saturday, to Insure change In next issue. ? OOAL MATTERS, office Notice. l'0«t-v _ )URS. OFFICE K ses <l.OO P. M. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Oil*. MAII>i CLOSE. 11-15 Chesapeake; and Ohio—Going Ws«i, A.M. Going Kant, ll.in A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Going Smith, 11.15 A.M. Going North, 4.00 I*. M. .Night Malls clone at 8 P. M. SUNDAY HOUKS. Ottleoopen from I to 2 P. M. yuniliiv Mail" close—Golngßoulli...l()BoA.M ' North.. 4.00 P. M 1 Night Malls eloW on Runday (KIOP.M i Houriut wlilcli tlicjnnll* arc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 February 1883

Cljc |cff(vsonian. (Establishc»r. n ! s;j.) KV JBFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. W'nnXKSDAY FEBRUAUY 21. 1883. this imperls entered at the Poßt-Oftlceat V i u-lotteavllle. Va.. us second-class matter. (I'rniMiratlicr IHekif. The plav was, thrt Dickie should be grandfather, and little cousin Faye should be grandmother, and the children should come to visit them. So tl.e grandparents made ready. Dickie got out his grandfather's slippers, and stepped into them, put the gold bowed spectacles astride bis pug-nose, then went to grunibliug in no gentle tone : "Where is the morning paper? It docs seem strange that that paper cannot be let alone 1 Every day I Inive to look for it until I get so tired that when it is found I don't want it. Scat! you wretch ! You are always under my foot. And lie gave an imaginary cat a vigorous kick with his slipper, which must l ave hurt, for there was a misi >a! It- yowl in the room at once ; so natural that it brought Grandirother F ve lo see what was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 February 1883

BVe|tamii<m. HcpMkaiit. OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXYIII. } CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1883. { NEW SERIES, Yol. X—No. 46. Cj|r |cffctsonian, PUHLIHHEI) XVBIiV WEDNKSDIY HOIiKINO BY Jaffersonian Publishing Company, Cll VRLOrrESVILLE, VA. WM. H. PItDUr, Business Manages. Terms of Subscription. IV ADVANCE. One copy, one your. $1 00 One copy, Rix month** «.> One copy thr«*e months 40 Unless Paid in Advanca, 51.50 will bo 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 he paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. >ii <? square (one inch) one insertion 91.00 Two square* (two inches) one Insert lon. 2.00 be£ii 1 advertisements seventy-five cents per *'l uare for eacli Insertion. Hpocial contracts made for advertisements for u lonicer period. 108 WOltK.—VVe are prepared to do all Hinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 February 1883

t£bf |cffci\sontan. ' 3*tai>.tshf <• * i> i s:;. 1 ),) U i JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. V IXKHDAY FEBRUARYS, 1883. oipprls entered nt the Post-Offlceat I' . lUt'svllle. V«„ ns second-class maltcr. INDIA. The population of India is aboul '2011,0(10,000. Buddhism and Moham niedaiiMin are the prevailing religions <)' this immense population. The growth of the Christian religion, Mid >f Chris iau civilization, in thi vast and populous Empire, ione of the wniideis of this remarka ble age. Sineo its coikjii >st by Great Britain, ii has bei'ti attache I to the Govern riient as the Empire of India, of which Victoria is tin- Empress. Gretu Britain, since its authority has been extended over it, has paid the most scrupulous regard to the religious convictions of the people. Il has estab hshed in different parts of the Empire, first class institutions for the higher education ; aud iu these Government institutions, li'eruture and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 February 1883

Cjjc Jcffcrsoniait. ( Kkiudllsl eil i n 1X35.1 \V EI) N ESIIA V F EBRL'A R Y 28. 188S News Letters, short and to the point, will he received and cheerfully published Cor» respondence pertaining to the material interests of the town and county respectfully solicited <rg~ We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, who wish to change tlitir advertisements, must hand copy in on Saturday, to Insure change 111 next Issue. LOCAL MATTERS. Po<t-ofllce Notlco. OFFICE HOURS. Ultlce opens 7 00 A. M. Closes 6.00 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chicsapf.akk ami Ohio—Going West, 11.15 A. M. Going East. 11 15 A.M. Washington City Virginia Midi.and — Going South, 11.15 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 8 P M. SUNDAY HOUKB. Office open from 1 to 2 P. M. Sunday Malls elose—Going South...lo 30 A. M •' " ClolngNorth... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 8 80P.M Hours at which the mails are opened aud ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 28 February 1883

&i)c Icficrsonian. 'w 7 ( U'tab.lsnrcfi n i X 5.) BY JUFFEUSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. W'KDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1883. nils paper is entered at the Poßt-Offlce»it U'virlottesvllle. Va„ as second-class matter. Live Stock. THE FARMER'S HORSE—HOW TO BREED HIM. How bIihII we breed the farmer's horse is h question which mtiy well begin to agitate the minds of farmers, especially throughout the States west, of Pennsylvania. The tendency for years past on the part of farmers h '8 been to hreed for special use*, but none of these their own. One has been breeding for the running course, another has looked solely f>r speed at the trotting gait, and still others (and perhaps the wisest of them all, because the more uniformly certain and profitable have been the results,) have been breeding for heavy draft. Hut none of these tvpes constitutes the fanner's horhp. par excellence. His horses niu»l be strong enough to draw the plow, the farm wagon, the reaping and mowing machine, a:i...

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

Bkjfctsotiian ilcputilian. OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. } Cbu |cfftrsoiuan, PUBLISHED 4VKWY WKDIIID4T HORMIKQ BY laffarsonian Publishing Company, CIUR -OrrESVILLE, VA. WM. K. PROUT, Bus I nut* Manager. Term* of Subscription. in advance. One copy, one year 81 00 One copy, six months 05 Oue copy three months 40 Unless Paid In Advance, SI.BO will be Charged. \ copy or the paper tarnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by the cash; If preferred commission will be paid. rramient Bates for Advertiiing. 110 square (one inch) one Insertion 11.00 r vo Hnuares(two Inches) one Insertion. 2.0 V ,a*al 1 lvertiseinents seventy-live cents per I uare for each Insertion. #- Apaclai contracts made for advertlse<nntsfor a longer period. <>U WottK.—We are prepared to do all . 1 nds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short ni.lce. Orders from the city and surrounding inntry will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS OIRECTORV. Banks. JJKENNAN A CO.,...

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

JtffcrsDiuan. (Established! u 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNEBDAY MARCH 7, 188 S. This paper is entered at the Post-Offlceat Charlottesville. Va., as second-class matter. Incendiarism. Lynchburg has beeu recently much disturbed by incendiarism. The people ought to sleep neither day nor night till they catch these fiends And then let them receive their just punishment. The prospect for an average wheat crop in England the next season, is very bad indeed. The London 2elegraph says that there never was "a worse prospect for the wheat crop in these islands at this season of the year than there is at present. The very serious consequences involved in this anticipation cau hardly be overestimated." This is not at all a pleasant prospect for Great Britain, but unless a decided change comes, the United States cannot fail to reap large advantages. Alexander H. Stephens. Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, who had been the Governor of Georgia for little over five mouths, but whose pub lic...

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

Cjjc Jefftrsoiuait. (Establlsfedln 1886.) WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 1883 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 solicited QP We are not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. Special Motice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, who wish to change thtir advertisements, must hand copy in on Saturday, to Insure change In next Issue. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Offlce Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M.——Closes 6.00 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. CHCSAPBAKB and Ohio—Going West, 11.16 A.M. Going East, 11.16 A. M. Washington City. Virginia Midland — Going South. 11.16 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 8 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 1 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—Golngßputh...lo 80A.M •• •• •' Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 8 80 P. to Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. A O. Froin Eas...

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

Cbc cfitrsontan. U v —' ( Gtatab.lsfeeUi u 18.'t5.) BY JKFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, IHB3. This paper is entered at the Post-Offlceat Charlottesville. Va.. as second-class matter. The Orchard. AI-PLE TREES THAT RESIST OR EBCAPE FROST. This is n subject of niurli importance lo fruit growers in mauv pails ol the SiUtheni Slates or Western whose situations are liable to late spring frosts that desiroy the first buds. There are various devices to escape this —mainly by retarding vegetaliou —such as packing snow beneath the trees and covering heavily with straw or leaves—selecting cold, northern e< pos tires —keeping the trees in a vigorous habit and condition. Tiie best way lo avoid the destruction of the fruit buds io conjunction with thes ', or without such hi i, is to select Irom the nurseries sm-li trees ahave the permanent nub t of blooming late. Chief aiuang these we would name the Uawles Genet, (Never l«ail.) The buds of this popular winter apple appea...

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

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. \ itjje Jcffersontan, PUBLISHED KVBIY WRDHKiDtf HORNING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. WM. H. PRoUr, Bcsisksh Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year $1 00 One copy, six months #5 Onft.copy three month* "> Unless Paid In Advanoe, SI.BO will be Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send ns 10 names accompanied by the cash; If preferred a commission will be paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. one square (one inch) one Insertion SI.OO Two s(iimi e»(two lnchea) one Insertion. 2.00 Local advertisements seventy-five cents per (<q nare for each Insertion. contracts iua<lc for advertisewent*for h lonirer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK A VI) JOB PRINTING At short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding oontry will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. JJRENNAN A CO., BANKERS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, - VIRG...

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

€|c Jtffetsotuan. ( HSRtablUheilt 11 18.56.) BV JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY MARCH 14,1883. Thl» paper Is entered at the Post-Ofllceat Charlottesville. Vn.. an second-class matter. Ihe Debt Question Settled. The Supreme Court of the United States has decided that the Legislature of Virginia had the power to pass the Riddleberger Bill, and this settles the debt question in Virginia. We are heartily glad of it. It is now taken out of the politics of thfc State, and will no louger afford either au occa aion or a pretext for dividing our people on Federal politics. In Federal politics we must, hereafter, all be either Radical Republicans or Conservative Democrats. We in Virginia must either unite with that party composed of a few sharp, shrewd selfish politicians who go for office and plunder, backed and sustained by the most ignorant population in the State, whom these self seeking politicians delude corrupt and control for their own selfish purposes, or we must unite with the...

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

£|t Jcffcrsiiniait. (Established In 1H86.) WEDNESDAY .. MARCH 14, 1888. Newt Letters, short and to the point, will be received and cheerfully published. Cor* respondtnee pertaining to the material interests of the town and county respectfully stlicited. gU" We art not however responsible for the views of our correspondents. Special Notice to Advertisers. Tearly advertisers, who wish to change their advertisements, must hand copy in on Saturday, to insure nhatige in next Issue. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Offlce opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 8.00 I*. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chehapeakk AND Ohio—Going West, 11.15 A. M. Going East. 11.15 A. M. Washinoton City. Virginia Midland— Going South, 11.15 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 8 P M. SUNDAY HOURS. Offlce open from 1 to 2 P. M. Sunday Malls close —GolngSoutli...lo 3»A.M >• " •' Going North... 4 iK)P. M Might Mai In clone on Sunday 8 I*- kHoursat which the mails are opened and read for distribution : C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 14 March 1883

Ctjc Jcffcrsonian. ( Establish edi n I tftfft.) BY JKFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WRDNEBDAY MARCH 14, IKBB. This paper Is entered at the* Post-Oftlceat Charlottesville. V«„ hn second-class matter. THE VIM A BAPTIST COMJIIKSS. The Virginia Baptist Congress met in the First Baptist church of Lynch burg. February 27th, at 7:30 P, M., — Dr. J. Ij. Burrows President. The house was packed. The Virginians were there from the mountains to the sea. Some brought their wives and daughters. New York, Maryland, North Carolina and Alabama, were represented by visiting brethren. After a warm welcome from the pastor, Rev. W. R. L. Smith, and pleasant responses from the President, and from Dr. J. W. M Williams, of Baltimore, former pastor of this church. Rev. J. C. Hiden, of Charlottesville, read an essay on "The preacher's attitude towards literature." The es«ay took ground against the "mechanical'' theory of inspiration; emphasized the personality and the characteristics of the sacred authors ; and c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 April 1883

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXYIII. y (L|}e Jeffersontan, PUBUHHED KVKUt WEDNESDAY HORNING BY Teffersonlan Publishing Company, otiAauorrEsviLLE, VA. WM. H. PKUUT, Business Manaqkk. T«rm« of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year 81 00 One copy, six months B5 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 the cash; if preferred a commission will be puld. Transient Hates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion $l.OO Two squares(twolnches)onelnsertlon. 2.00 Laical advertisements seventy-live cents per nq uare for eaoli Insertion. i«f Special contracts made for advertisement sfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders Troin the city and surroundln* c,iintry will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. JgRENNAN & CO., ' BANKERS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, - VIRGINIA. [sep 14...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 April 1883

Cbc |cffcrsontan. ( KstabilHHedi n 1885.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY A PHIL 4, IK*). Tills paper 1r entered attliePost-Omceat Uliarlottesvllle. Va.. as necond-claHs matter. Liquor License. The license bill just passed by the Missouri Legislature may not be the wisest law that can be passed on the subject, but it is far wiser and more practical than either local option or a prohibitory law. The following from the Neosho (Missouri) Times is a synopsis of the law. Gov. Crittenden has doubtless approved it. It accords with his message on the subject. On the 13th of March the bill to establish the hlgh-liccnse system for the liquor saloons of Missouri passed the house at Jefferson City by a vote of 71 yeas to 51 nays. The yeas constituted precisely the requisite number to give the necessary constitutional majority ; they could not have spared one vote The lueasuro came to the llonse from the Senate, so that the Governor's signature will make it a statute. As it is viewed as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 4 April 1883

C|e Jeffcrsßiuait. (KsiubllHl'ed 1 n 1835.) WEDNESDAY APRIL 4, 1888. LOCAL MATTERS. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, who wl«h to change tlitir advertisements, mu.rt hand copy in on Uaturda//, to insure change In next Issue. An Apology. We ask our readers to excuse the paper this week. With a rush of job work and advertisements, and moving into our new quarters, we are unable to do justice to the paper. Next week, however, wo will be settled, and cordially invite all our friends to give us a call. A ooon Movement Maor.—At a meeting of representatives of five of the churohes of the town held on Friday night 30th of March, 'B3, for the purpose of considering the expediency of organizing a Young Men's Christian Association, on the motion of Rev. Dr. J. C. Uiden, Col. Chas. S. Venable was culled to the chair, and Ueo. Perkins, Esq., appointed Secretary. Mr. R. P. Valentino moved as the sense of the meeting that it is advisable to undertake the organization of such an As...

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