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

Cju Jtfffrsotuan. ( Kstabllsheilln 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY APRIL 4, 1883. Fills paper Is entered at the Post-Offlcent Charlottesville, Va., as second-class matter. Quality of h'gg». A gentleman once remonstrated with his market-woman on the high price of her eggs, to which she replied. "Eggs is eggs now-a days, I would have you know," meaning that they were scarce. "I am very glad to know it,*' said the gentleman, "for the last I bought of you were chickens." Eggs are eggs, whatever may be the price, but there is a difference in the quality of even fresh eggß. They are all manufactured alike, but they are not all made of the same material, and hence the difference. It is a well established tact th.it the food of fowls affects the taste of the eggs as well as the taste of their flesh. The flesh of water fowls that live on fish has a fishy flavor, and their eggs par take of the same. So the odor and flavor of ouious may be detected in the eggs of barnyard fowls...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 April 1883

3kJ]frtsonian ftcptttilican, OIiD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. J--7 > % i : I ; » C|c Jeffetsonian, PObbWHfil) MVI A Y WBUHKIDAT WORKING BT Jofforsonlan Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. VM. H. PHuUT. Buhihess Manager. ' ; '' Terms of Subscription. tK ADVANCE. One copy, 011 c yenr 91 00 One copy, hlx montliH - 05 Cue copy three 8i0n11i5...,. <0 Unless Paid In Actvance, SI.BO will be Charged. f > A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send u« 10 names aocompauied by the cash ; if preferred u commission will be paid. Transient Bates for Advertising. >uu aquwre(one Inch) one Insertion >l.OO Two »iiuiire»(two Inches! one Insertion. 2.00 L,i»*al udverllHementH seventy-live cents per <1 UKre for eacli Insertion. iVSpoalal coiitrncts mail? for a*vertlseTOonfsfor » longer period. 108 WOItK.—We are prepared to do all Kinds of BOOIf AND JOB PRINTING at short notloe. Orders from the city and surround...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 April 1883

C|c Jcfftrsontan. (Established! n 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY APRIL 11,1883. ' > . This paper Is entered at the l'ost-Offlceat Uharlottesvllle. Va., as second-class matter. Missionaries to New England. Id our last issue we set forth urgent facts which showed the great need of Christian missionaries from the Southern States to New England, and press* ed these facts upon the consciences of our Christian churches, with a view to immediate action. The crying necessity for prompt and efficient action, makes it our duty again to press this call. The deeds of horror that are being perpetrated at the very head light of New Nngland, are not surpassed by the harrowing tales of cannibalism not many years ago perpetrated in the Fiji and other Islands of the sea, which, within about a half century, have been converted to become a Christian people, who live exemplary lives, and are now sending the Bible to other uncivilized tribes and nations. The New York World, iu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 April 1883

leffersanian. (KslablUl'edln 1835.) WEDNESDAY APRII, 11,18H3. LOCAL MATTERS. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly adversers, who wish to change th«>tr advertisements, mu-rf hand copy in on Halwday, to Insure change In next Issue. Scottsvillr Farmers' Club.—The South, aide Albemarle Farmers' Club is a wideawake organisation, and have determined to bold a fair this Autumn. This is a move ia the right direction, and we trust they will meet with sufficient encourage* ment. They are now preparing a list of premium!, whioh will be published in due time. At their meeting last Wednesday, after some discussion, it was resolved that the limlta of the show should embrace Seottsville and its adjacent territory as well as the balance of mankind, subject to oertain restrictions. Tbi Young Mrn's Christian Association. —Pursuant to the adjournment en the 30th of March, the representatives of several churches in Charlottesville met on the Ctb of April, at the law offioe of Watson and Per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 11 April 1883

Cjjt Icfftrsontan. (Batabllafceoi n iSSfi.) BY JRFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY APRIL 11,1888. This paper is entered at tlie Pont-Offlceai Charlottesville. Vs.. us second-clasn matter. Scientific. Herr Kohlransch has recently niacin eiperimenis disproving h common notion that sunshine affcts the draught of a chimney. Extended tnicroscopcial examina- | lions have convinced Prof. Reinsel> that coal is largely formed of remain# of a low order of murine life, an<l not j entirely from land plant*. Ninety per cent, of the v How s .ml of the Sahara desert i* found t" l>-.-quartz grains, the milieu of winch j<i•- ( remarkahlv rounded —evul' ntly »• v , attrition through the action the wind. The electrical piano of Botidet is n recent novel application of electricity An ordinary instrument ia provided witfc two sets of hammers, the upper or electrical series being brought into action by pressing certain keys. An organ-like effect is produced b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 April 1883

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. }■ <£{jt Jefftrsoiuan, ['ÜBIiIMHISD aiVUHY WRUNKSD4Y HORNING BY fafforsonian Publishing Company, OIIARIiOTTRHVtLLR, VA. VVM. 11. PIIUUT. Business MANAGER. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANOK. « )nc copy, one year 81 UO One copy, six months (ft One copy three 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 lo names accompanied by I lie cash ; if preferred n commission will be paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. »ue nquare(one I noli) one insertion $l.OO Two squareH(two inches,) one insertion. 2.00 Legal ail vertlseinents seventy-ttve cents per h juare for each insertion. if Special contracts made for advertisemon t s for a longer period. 108 WOIIK.—We are prepared to do all Iclndsof BOOK ANI) JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding -»un try will receive PKOMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. —i JJRENNAN & CO., BANKERS, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 April 1883

Cjjc seffcrsoiuan. ( Establish eel i 11 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY APRIL 18,188.1. This paper Is entered at the Post-Offlceat Charlottesville. Va., as second-class matter. *WatcHman, What of tlie Nighf ] The fight has never been so fierce between the powers of Light and the powers of darkness. Infidelity is open, active, bold and aggressive. Socialism, its powerful offspring in all its shades and forms, is arranging its forces in all parts of tho world. Its name is legion. In the United States it talks and writes and blusters in behalf of its destructive doctrines. Now is its seed time here. For the present it manifests itself in action, in its milder forms. It encourages, and in combination with avaricious capital, promotes a disregard and desecratiou of the Sabbath. This Union is like that of Herod and Pilot against Christ. It countenances and sustains violations of law. It incites strikes and ongages in violence and murder to uphold them. It denounces the per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 April 1883

,&|}c Jeffcrsoiuan. (KHtßblisl-ed i n IH.'i.j.) WEDNESDAY AlUtlL IS, 1883. LOCAL MATTERS. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, wlio wish to change thbir advertisements, munt hand copy in on Naturtlo)/, to Insure change In next issue. Attention, Subscribers! The terms of tlic Jcfforoonmn are $1 per year if paid in advance, otherwise $1 50 will bo charged. Those who have not. paid in advance, will please bear in inind that all (subscriptions remaining unpaid after July 1, 1883, must be settled for at $1.50 per year. Wo must have the money in advance, or you must pay $1.50 per year. Election in Grkbnk.—Tho Coalitionists of Greene have nominated E. S. Jarrell, for Sheriff; Dr. Finks Cattcrton, for Treasurer ; J. T. Bray, for Commonwealth's Attorney ; Win. 11. McMullan, for Commissioner of tho ltevenuo. Tho Democrats have held no convention, but will vote for the following : Geo. E. Blakey, Treasurer; Arthur Stephens, Commonwealth's Attorney ; Joseph Smith, Sher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 18 April 1883

Cjje |(ffcrsßnian. ( Estalillshed I u I s.io.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY APRIL 18, 1883. Tills paper Is entered at the Post-Offlceat Diiarlottesville. Va., as second-class matter. The iron Ores or Virginia. At a recent session of I lie tariff Commission in Philadelphia, Mr. Joseph I. Doran read a paper upon the iron ores of Virginia, from which we extract the following : It is safe to state tluit the mineial resources of Virginia are of such a character that, if properly developed, (hey would make Virginia the most prosperous Slate in the Union. Her iron o e deposits alone with > lie facilities now possessed within her borders for the manufacture of iron and steel, and for the transportation of the raw and manufactured material, are not surpassed in any other State. Hie want of capital, the difficulties of transportation, and the early development of other localities, have hitherto prevented any extensive iron mining and manufacturing operations in tlie Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 May 1883

I OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXYIII. y Cjjc seflci-sonian, POUL.H4HED MVKttV WKI)SKS I) ,i V HOUSING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, 011 Alt LOT I'ESVIIjIiE, VA. WM. IT. PROUT, Business Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year SI (M) One copy, six months tfo One copy three months 40 Unless Paid in Advance, SI.GO 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 (one Inch) one insertion SI.OO Two squares (two inches) one insertion. li.UO L.B2ftl advertisements seventy-five cents per 4(i uaro for each insertion. . .. :«a-Hpocial contracts made for advertlsementsfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all HI nds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from thecity and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTKN 1 ION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. RENNAN & CO., BANKERSj CHARLOT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 May 1883

C|e §effersoiuan. (Established* 11 (885.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. fc ■ WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 1883. This paper Is entered at the Post-Offlceat Charlottesville, Va.. as seconil-clnss matter. In Extremis. We learn from the New York Herald, that the "Truth," a leading liepublican paper, seriously asks and discusses the question "is the Republican party dead.'' In doing so it expresses the opinion that it is in a state of "suspended animation''caused by "blood poisoning that, "its recovery is not impossible, but only improbable '' It asks "may not recovery come by putting a stop to the machinations of the half breeds, to whom the Republican party owes all its afflictions ? who are they who arose demanding a re-organi-zation of the party in this city (N. Y.,) as the only hope against the ravages of disease and the certaiuty of death ? The answer comes back from earnest Republicans in words of scorn. They are the men who were traitors teu years ago, but who strut as reformers to-day, bec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 May 1883

.CJje Jcffersoitian. (Established I n 1835.) WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 1883. LOCAL MATTERS. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, wlio wish to chnnge thttr advertisements, muxt hand copy in on Haturday, to Insure change In next ismie. Attention, Subscribers! The terms of the Jeffereonian arc $1 per year if paid in advance, otherwise $1 50 will bo charged. Thoso who have not paid in advance, will pleaso bear in mind tba' all subscriptions remaining unpaid after July 1, 1883, must bo sottled for at $1.50 per year. We must havo tho money in advance, or you must pay $1.50 per year NOTICE. Parties indebted to the old firm, F. N. Barkßdale & Co., of the Jeffersonian are requested to settlo their accounts at once witb, Z. J. Blakev, Agent. The Spring Knees. IReported for tho JeffkrsonianJ. The Charlottesville Spring Meeting was held in Jefferies' field on Wednesday last, and was in every way most successful. The weather was all that could be desired, and there was a very la...

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

Cjjc Jcffcrsoniati. (Established! u 1885.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 1883. This paper Is entered at the PosUOfflceat Charlottesville. Va., as second-clnss matter. Ensilage. Professor Voelcker, the foremost agricultural chemist of England, is to be counted among the latest converts to the system of saving green fodder in silos. Mr. Atkinson, of Boston, sent him two casks —one of maize fodder, the other of rye —of which Professor Voelcker returns analysis, and, what is of more importance, the report thai the substances reached him in good condition, the maize fodder being perfectly sound, the rye very sliglnly mouldy. He adds that, while ho prefers the maize to the rye, both remained perfectly wholesome food for ca tic, and the bulk of what had been >eut him from the neighborhood of Boston was fed, with a little cotton-seed meal, to cows or. an experimental farm. The animals "took to the ensilage at once and liked it much.'' On this Mr. Atkinson relate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 May 1883

OLD SKRIES, Vol. XXXVIII. J- Cjjc seffersottian, I»UHI,IHHEI> KVKAV WROHKSDikr ttOKNING BY •Teffersonian Publishing Company, uuAEU.OTTKHv 11,r„R, vA. WM. If. PltoUT, Bixsinehs Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one your SI 00 One copy, six months • #5 One copy three 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. One square (one Inch) one Insertion 31.00 Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 La mil advertisements scventy-rtve cents per xq uare for each Insertion. WHpeclal contracts made for advertlsementsfor a l onger period. ■lOB WOKK.-We are prepared to do all 111 nds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding ""untry will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. & CO., BANKERS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 May 1883

C|c Jtffcrsonian. (Established! 11 IS:JS.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY MAY 9, 1888. This paper is entered at the Post-Offlceat Dliarlottesville. Va„ as second-cinss matter. Tlie Star Route Trial. This noted case still drags along its weary length, every body is satisfied that millions of the people's money were stolen by these conspirators in high places with the aid of their corrupt hirelings. The good name of our country has been scandalized and brought into bad oder by this unblushing jobbery. Thousands of the people's money will be spent in tho efforts to briug these conspirators to punishment. All honest men will rejoice to hear that these plunderers are visited with tho penalty imposed by law, for the crimes, with which they stand charged. But even, if these men are convicted and punished, can it be said that the ends ofj'!«'ip» have been fully accomplished. Is there no responsibility on the Republican party which appointed to office and kept in their employment, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 May 1883

Jeffcrsontan. (Ks(.abllH)<ed I n 1435.) / ) —. _ WEDNESDAY MAY 9, 1883. LOCAL MATTERS. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, who wish to change tliur advertisements, mutt hand copy in on Saturday, to limtire cliiuigc in next issue. Attention, Subscribers! The terms of the Jeffersonmn are $1 per year if paid in advance, otherwiso $1 50 will be charged. Those who have not paid in advance, will please bear in mind that all subscriptions remaining unpaid after July 1, 1883, must be settled for at $1.50 per year. We must have the money in advance, or you must pay $1.50 per year NOTICE. Parties indebted to the old firm, F. N. fiarksdale & Co., of the Jeffersonmn are requested to settle their accounts at once with, 7,. J. Blakey, Agent. Tub Finals—The closing exercises ol the present Boseion of the University promise to be unusually interesting. The sermon will be preached by Dr. John E. Edwards. Tne order of the exercises in some respects is somewhat ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 May 1883

Cijc |cffcrsontan. (Established! u 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY MAY 0, 188.'!. This paper Is catered at theFost-Ofllceat. Charlottesville. Vn„ us seconil-cl«ss matter. THE LOST CHILI). A Fftto Worse than Abduction. HOW PARENTS, 11Y A LACK OF PRECAUTION AND CARE, ARE RESPONSIVE FOR THE DEATH OF their children. The moral and legal responsibility ol parents, in the care of their children is. ortunately, attracting the serious attenV\ o n of the better portion of the entire country. The many instances of chil l beating, oppression, and other forms of cruelty which have come to light, demand that something be done; ami it is gratifying to know that the people arelbocoming thoroughly aroused. Whether the cruelty be in the form of physicial violence or phvsieial neglect matters not—the principle in both cases is the same. Ihe man or woman who neglects his or her own heal' h may he pardoned, as the consequences lull upon the individual alone; but the parent or guardian wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 May 1883

Ijcjfecsiiiki Sqntblian. OLD SERIES, Vol.. XXXYIII. } Cbc lefUrsotuHtt, o J published KVWKV Wls D N KSD A Y HOIININO BY •Taffersonian Publishing Company, CIIAIt LOT I'ESVILLE, VA. VVM. 11. PROUT, liusiNESH MANAGER. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. <H (U) One copy, one year * ~r One copy, six months. One copy three months Unless Paid in Advance, tI.SO will be Charged. A copy of the papor furnished without chartre to any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by the cash ; if preferred a commission will be paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. Olio square (one Inch) one Insertion tl.oo Two gquares(two Inches) one insertion. 2.00 Loiral advertisements seventy-live cents per 1111 i>n for each in sort ion. ~ contracts made for advertlsemontsfor a longer period. ion wollK —We are prepared to do all k I ndH ofBOOK? AND JOB PRINTING at short Ordn™ from the city and surrounding notice, uruersiro nonunT ATTENTION ountry will receive PItOMI r Ariftwn BUSINESS DIR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 May 1883

Cjjt Jcffcrsmuan. (Established! u 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY MAY 16,1888. This paper is entered attbel'ost-OQlceat Charlottesville. V»„ as secouil-clnss matter. University or Virginia. We beg leave to call the attention the authorities of the University of Virginia to a consideration of the propriety of an important change which is iuiperitively needed. The principles of the organization of this institution exhibit in a most striking manner, the genius and forecast of Mr. Jefferson. It was half a century ahead of all other institutions in this country, at the time of its organization, in the principles upon which it was based And great as has been its success, it has been greatly retarded by the failure of the Legislature to furnish the means to carry out Mr. Jefferson's plans. But there has been an immense change in the conditions which existed at the time Mr. Jefferson planned the University. There has been an immense change in the enlargement of the range of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 16 May 1883

CJk Jcffersoiuait. {BsianliMl>ed I n 1835.1 WEDNKSDAY MAY 16, 1888. LOCAL MATTERS. Special Notice to Advertisers. Yearly advertisers, who wish to change their advertisements, mwtt hand copy in on Saturday, to insure change in next issue. Attention, Subscribers! The terms of the Jeffersonian arc $1 per year if paid in advance, otherwise $1 50 will bo charged. Those who have not piiid in advance, will please bear in mind that all subscriptions remaining unpaid after July 1, 1883, must be settled for at $1.50 per year. We must have the money in advance, or you must pay $1.50 per year NOTICE. Parties indebted to the old firm, F. N. Barksdale & Co., of the Jeffersonian arc requested to settlo their accounts at once with, 'A. J. Blakky, Agent. Visit irom the Bethel Cadets.—By a noto received from one of the Professor's we learn that the Bethel Cadets will stop by Charlottesville on their return from Richmond, arriving on the 19th inst, on the train at 12 M., and rem...

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