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

C|c Jcffcrsonian. ( Kstablish ed i n 1835.) BY JEFFEIiSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WKONESDAY JULY IS, 1883. This paper Ih entered atthePost-Offlccat Charlottesville. Va„ as second-class matter. [For the Jeffkksonian.] Orchard and (wardens vs. Drug Stores and Doctor's Itill. In a fine orchard and garden section like ours how important that we should avail ourselves of the healthpreserving comforts, good living, money saving, and money-making advantages which these furnish every family that chooses to have them. It is not difficult or expensive to have a good orchard and garden with fruits and vegetables J'resh, sound, and perfect \ and, the farmer who refuses or neglects to plant and cultivate these is wanting in duty both to himself and family. Dr. J. S. Wilson, in the Southern World, has an article on the value of fruits and vegetables that would grace and enhance the horticultural columns of auy paper or periodical. In re* gard to fruits as food and medicine lie says : "Now that the frui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 July 1883

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. y Cfcc |fffctsciiian, PUUMHHKI KVICKV WKUKKSD ty HIIIISIINO 1) V Toffersonian Publishing Company, nti vuvvri'Ksvii.u:, va. WM. 11. IMtOU l\ 1 JtTSt N K'vS MANAOK.It. Term 3 of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. one copy, ono yenv $1 M One copy, six months #•» One copy three months I' l Unless Paid in Advance, St.DO will too Charger!. V copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 names nceonipanted by tin* cash ; II preferred >i commission will be paid. Craugieat fiatos for Advortisin§. )11<?si| u a re (one inch) one i n sort ion 31.00 T v o squares'two i n dies) one insertion. -.00 li.» i \ I advertisements .seventy-five cents per k iuareforeae.il Insertion. 0-4peolal contracts made for idvertlsetiift nt s for I onicer period. JOB \VO!l!(. —We are prepared to do all Ui ndsotliOOlv A N D.I OH I'ltl NTING at short not Ice. Orders from theelty and surrouiidiug ovintry will receive PROMPT \TTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 July 1883

C|ie leffcrstnuan. (Established! n 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JULY 2,\ 1883. This paper is entered at the Post-Offlceat Charlottesville, Va„ as secoud-ciuss matter. The Telegraphic Strike. The strike among the telegraph operators seems to be of an extended aud general character. Both sides, the companies and the strikers, claim to be in the right, satisfied with the result and ready and determined to hold out to the bitter end. The result of this strike has caused stagnation in many branches of important business interests and a loss to the country of millions of dollars. In fact almost every branch of business and industry feels the result of this strike. There is not a single branch of industry that is not largely dependent upon telegraphic communication. The country demands an immediate solution of this trouble. Which of these parties are in the wrong and entitled to the sympathy and moral support of the country? The telegraph companies say that no course was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 July 1883

Cjie Jcffersoittan. (Ksmidlsl'ed i n 183o«t WEDNESDAY JULY 25,1883. LOCAL MATTERS. ATTENTION SUBSCRIBERS. Owing to the pressure of job work and otlier duties we have been unable to give our mailing list the proper attention necessary to the enforcement of ourcasli rule,and wo are therefore compelled to postpone the time to the Ist of August. Therefore, i'i.eask take notice, unless your subscription is paid by the Isi of August, you will he required to pay #1.60 per yenr. ONE HOLT,AR IN ADVANCE; ONE I)GI.I,All AND A HAW ON TIME Please give tills your earliest attention. wm. a. ruouT, July Ith, 1883. Business ManagerTexas Cattle fever or Bloody Murrain.—This disease having made its appearance several different times in as man ny years wo proposo to publish from time to time extracts from the reports of the Agricultural Department of the United States upon the subject. In another column we give an interesting article on the subject from tho pen (if onr countyman Hon. B. 11. Magruder, b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 July 1883

Jcffci'sontan. ( Established! 11 18.15.) v BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY JULY 25, 1883. This paper is entered al tliePosUOfftceat Charlottesville, Va„ as second-ci»ss matter. " TEXAS CATTLE FKVEK." Report or Coinniitteo 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 caltle in the vicin ily ol Krswiek, 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 out for its origin amongst us, no doubt is entertained, but that it was communicated to our cattle by cattle brought from the south side of Jame river, and sold at the cattle yard in Charlottesville ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 August 1883

Bfcjfwjotumt llcpttblian. OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. }- CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1883. f cffcrsonian, PUBLISHED WV K Jt V WKUSKHD.U WOKKIKO BY fsffsrsonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. WM. H. PROUT, Business Manaokk. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year #1 oo One copy, six months Hfi One copy tlireo 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 paid. Transient Hates for Advertising. ') .id square (one Inch) one Insertion f 1.00 r wo squarcs(two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Uelal advertisements seventy-flve cents per q uare for each insertion. contracts made for advertlsementsfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all ii ndsof BOOK ANI) JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. TJRENN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 August 1883

C|c |effcrsonian. (Established! u 18-35.i : j=\ BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, 1883. This paper Is entered atthePost-Offlceat Charlottesville. Va., as second-cl»ss matter. University or Virginia. In our issue of the 18th ult., we gave in detail the donations made to this institution within the past fifteen years. This exhibit showed an aggregate of $447,000 The State annuity of #30,000 capitalized represent an endowment 0f... 500,000 The property owned by it prior to those donations represent 750,000 These sums aggregate 81,007,000 By rneaus of these endowments and the annuity of $30,000 from the State, this university has become the owner of a tract of land, a part of which is used for experimental farming in its agricultuaal department, and a part for its very extensive building for dormitories for the students, boarding houses, residences of Professors, and an Anatomical hall, an Infirmary building, a Laboratory building, with a well equipped Chemical Laborato...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 August 1883

C|c Jtffcrsoniait. (Kstahllsl-ed I n 1885.) WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, 1883. LOCAL MATTERS. OUR. NEW RULE. REMEMBER That on and after this date, the subscription price of the Jkffeh.soniaj( Is $l.OO IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHERWISE 51.50 WILL BE CHARCED. August Ist, 1883. Grand Chapter Royal Arcii Masons This body held its annual session in Harrisonburg last Tuesday and elocted the following officers for tho ensuing year : W. 11. 11. Lynn, of Staunton, High Priest; F. H. Hill, King'; R. T. Craighill, of Lynchburg, Scribe; J. F. Regnault, of Richmond, Grand Treasurer ; W. B. Isaacs, of Richmond, Grand Secretary ; E. E. Guy, of Norfolk, Grand Royal Arch Captain ; E. Sylvanus J. Quinn, of Fredericksburg, Gd. Master of 3d Vail ; E. Wm. 11. Pleasants, of Ronokc Co., Gd. Master of 2d Vail; E. Jno. I'. Parham, of Petersburg, Gd. Master of Ist Vail; E. George W. Dame, of Danvillo, Grand Chaplain ; E. Wm. L. Luahbaugh was appointed Grand Lecturer. The Grand Body was splendidly entcr« tained. An invita...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 August 1883

Cjjt Jtffmonian. (Established n 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, 1883. This paper Is entered at the Post-Officeat Charlottesville, Va„ as second-class matter. Nature's Ways. According to Pope, "whatsoever is, is right." As a general tiling this may be, or is generally true. .Nature's ways and methods are especially uniform. correct, and reliable. She may and does sometime "sport'' but this does not bother, and is not detrimental or a material divergence from her accustomed modes. She may at tiuns seem enigmatical or obscure, but with proper scrutiny and enquiry all will be manifest. The farmer is especially interesleed in her doings and ways, and the hints and suggestions that may be gathered from her volumes should be regarded as instructions from 011 high, that lead to success and valuable discoveries that tend to our health and comfort and to prolongation of life. The warm sun and refreshing showers produce flowers and fruits. When these are not in season...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 August 1883

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. } Ct)e leffcrsonian, I'ITBLIttHEI) .4 V H IV VV 10 I) N IS SD IV UOItNINO BY raforsonian Publishing Company, Cll Alt LOT r KSVI LLE, VA. W\l. 11. PROUT, lUisinkss Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year SI (X) One copy, six months <l5 One copy three months 10 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 Eates for Advertising. Oit e square (one Inch) one insertion $l.OO L' wo squares (two inches) one insertion. 2.00 L Kill advertisements seventy-live cents per .Hi! iiare for eacli insertion. Special contracts made for advertisements for a longer period. JOB WOltlC.—We are prepared to do all It I nils of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding oan try will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. J£KENNAN & ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 August 1883

C|c fcffcrsmunn. ( Established! n isns.) BY J EFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16, ISMS. This paper is entered- at the Fost-OlHceat Charlottesville. Va„ as seeoud-cl»ss matter. The Democratic and tlie Maliouc lilatform. The Malione papers aud orators are busily eugaged in proclaiming that the Democrats of Virginia at their Lynchburg Convention adopted thp Malione platform. Well ! be it eo. It sennas then they know how corrupt they are. For by claiming this as their platform they plead guilty to the chargc, that they are a "ring now in power in Virginiamasquerading under sucli disguises as liberal and coalitionists That they are guilty of "betraying the Democrats who voted the Hancock Electoral ticket put forth as the only true Democratic ticket, into the hands of the worst political enemies of the people; That they supported the partisan vote of the United States Senate, whereby the removal of disabilities of an ex-Confederate was prevented ; That they are seeking to esta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 August 1883

Cjje Jeffcrsflniait. , (Er labile) >e<H 11 1885*) WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15,1883. LOCAL MATTERS. OUR NEW RULE. REMEMBER That oil and after this (late, the subscription prlcc Of the JEFFERSONIAN Is SI.OO IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHERWISE SI.SO WILL BE CHARCED. August Ist, IW3. Precinct Meetings.— All Democratic AOtcra of Albemarle County aro requested to assemble at their respective voting precincts, on Saturday, the day of August, 1883, at 3 o'clock, P. M., to select delegates to a County Convention to bo held at the Courthouse on Monday the 20th of August, 1883, at 12 M. The Convention is called for the purpose of reorganizing the party and nominating candidates for tho House of Dologatos, and will transact any other business as may seem advisable. Prceinots are entitled to tho following number of delegates : Monticello House, 0 ; Court House, 7 ; Wingfields, 1; Milton, 1; Carter's Bridge, 1; Scottsville, 3 ; Porter's Prccinot, 1; Ilowardsville, 1 ; Batesville, 2; Ilill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 15 August 1883

®|c Jcffcrsfliuan. (Established in 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNK3DAY ...AUGUST 15,1888. This paper Is entered atthePost-Officeat Charlottesville. Va.. as second-class matter. fFor the JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN.] Telegrapher's Strike. When thousands of our citizens by concurrent action, embarrass, and more seriously disturb the comracr cial business, and social intercourse of the entire country, great blame must rest somewhere, and without knowing the causes which have let to it, we are induced to hold them responsible who are the direct, and immediate action in great convulsion. Let us briefly enquire into the facts, and thereby ascertain, whether (he Western Union Telegraph Company or its 15,000 operators should be held up to public converse. It is stated, and so far, I have seen no denial, that since 1876 the wages of telegraphic operators, never very high, have been reduced about 20 per cent. All know the constant and unremitting attention, care, diligence and accurac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 August 1883

OLD SliLtlES, VOL. XXXYIII. )■ Cjje f dersontan, PUI'.LIHIIKI. KVKJIV WKI)NKs i> ,V 1 HtlilMINO BY TeTersonian Publishing Company, CUAIITjOTJ'ESVXt JhK, VA. \VM. 11. PROUr, Business Manaokr. Terms of Subscription. IX ADVANCE. One copy, one year SI 00 One copy, six months 05 One copy three months 10 Unless Paid in Advance, 51.50 will bo Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by Ihe casli; i f preferred si commission will be paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one inch) one insertion SI.OO Two squares(tWo inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Le<ral advertisements seventy-five cents per *q uare for each insertion. g- Special contracts made for advertisement sfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all ;<l nds of BOOK AN I) JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding o tin try will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. JgIIENNAN &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 August 1883

Cjjc Jeffcrsoiustn. (Established!u BY JEFFKRSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29,1883. Tills paper Is entered at the I'ost-Ofllceat Charlottesville. Va„ as second-class matter. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. *3 For House of Delegare*. JOHN K. MOON, TIIOS. M. DIJNN. Democratic and Mahone Platform. We repeat, that, if the Mahone party really believe the declarations of their organs and public speakers to the effect, that the Democrats at Lynchburg adopted their platform, they are, by their own admissions a set of the most reckless public, plunderers and corruptionists that ever combined against the rights and interOn ests of any people. What further does the Democratic platform (which they claim to he the same as their own) declare: It says we applaud and thank (lie independent Senators Newberry, Ly brook, Hale, Williani9 and Wingfield, and the late State Auditor John E. Massey, who manfully refused to become the tools of the ring, and steadfastly maintained the liberties of the people....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 August 1883

Cjjc Jcffcrsontan. (Ktuablisl-ed i u I88p.) W KDNEBDAY AUGUST 29, 1883 LOCAL MATTERS. OUR NEW RULE. REMEMBER That oil ami after this <Ute, tho subscription price of the Jkffbrsonian Is Sl.oo IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHERWISE 51.50 WILL BE CHARCED. August Ist, IKH.I. Mabison Democrats.—ln pursuance to a notice of the county chairman tho Democrats of Madison met in mass-meeting last Thursday at tho Courthouse. 'Lhe following steps towards organization were taken : Dr. James A. Roid was called to tho chair and James Hay, Esq , made secretary. Tho Chairman made a few appropriate remarks, which were well received. On motion, Mr. Charles M. Zirklo was selected chairman of the Democratic Committee. On motion, three gentlemen from each magisterial district wcro appointed a com - mittee to select the county committeo. While this committee was consulting Captain F. M. McMtillin, in response to urgent calls, made a stirring speech, which was heartily enjoyed by every Democrat present. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 August 1883

C|e |tfftrsonian. (Establlshedii] 1885.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20, 1883. This paper Is entered at. lliePost-OfUceat Charlottesville. Va., as second-class mat ter. Frightened to Death. Few people seem to properly estimate the great wrong of frightening children. Nearly every househol I has its "ugly old man," or ; ts "great old bear." This terrible old man and this gieat old bear ate powerful (actors in nursery discipline. "Come along here now," a mother or nurse will say to a child, "and let me put you to bed." "I don't want to go now," the child replies. "You'd tin ter cotne on here n 'W, or I'll tell that ugly old man to come and lake ynu away. '1 here he comes now.'' That has the intended effect, ami the ci ild, trembling in fear, submits at once anil goes tobed, probably to see in imagination all kinds of horrible faces. The Bad death of a little girl, which occurred recently, shows what a strong impression these "boogers'' make on the minds ol' childre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 September 1883

OLD SERIES, Vol,. XXXVIII. } C|c |«ffersoiuan, PIJ 1! LiIHHEJ' MVKJtY W KO.V K S O V V •» Oil NINO nv fsTorsonian Publishing Company, tin uu.iorrisnvii.t.rc, va. WM. 11. l'ltour. lIITrtINKSH MANAfIK.II. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE, i)no copy, one your SI One copy, six months One copy three months I l ' Unless Paid in Advance, SI.SO will be Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send lis 1(1 names accompanied by the cash; if preferred a commission will he paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. • >iiesquare(onelnch)one Insertion $l.OO T wo squares (two Inches) one Insert ion. 2.00 bjir;il advertisements seventy-five cents per h ill are for each Insertion. contracts made for iidvertlsemontsfor a longer period. JOB WORIC.—We are prepared to do all id n ds of IJOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short u >tlce. Orders from the city and surrounding ~nntry will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. JgRENNAN & C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 September 1883

Cjje Jcffcvsonian. (Established! u 1835.) BY JEFFERSONIAN PUBLISHING CO. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 188 U. This paper Is entered at the Post-Offlceat Ulmrlottesvllle. Va„ as seeond-eI>"KS matter. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. . For House of Delegare*. JOHN B. MOON, TIIOS. M. DUNN. JEFFKIISOJiIAN FORTHK CAMPAIGN' To cnnblc all who desire to do so to have the opportunity to read the Jeffekbonian during tho interesting canvass we are now ontering upon, we will furnish it from this time to the Ist of January, 1884, at the fallowing rates : Ulub of Ten ~ $2.50 Club of Twenty - - 4.00 Single copy •> « .30 The money must accompany the order. Get up clubs as soon as possible. The most effectual way of securing the success of the Democratic party is to have Democratic papers introduced into the fnmilies of the voters. Those who are able to do so should pay for them and have them sent during the canvass to such as are too poor or too indifferent to subecrilxj lor them themselves. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 September 1883

C|c Jcffcrsoniait. ( F.al unlist ed i ii 1*35.) WEDNESDAY AUGUST'2O, 1883 LOCAL MATTERS. OUR NEW RUTiE. REMEMBER That on mill nfter this it U<\ the subscription price of the JKI'KRBSONIAN is SI.OO IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHERWISE SI.SO WILL BE CHARCED. AUGUST IST, 188-'!. Political Meetings.-rLast Monday was not a field day for cither party. They were skirmishing, only. At 12 o'clock Senator Johnston, by previous appointment, addressed a very largo audience of Democrats at tho Town Hall. On account of a pressure upon our columns we cannot even give a synopsis of his speech. COALITION MEETING. As soon as Judge Taylor could do so ho adjourned his court, and the Coalitionists assembled in mass meeting. Dr. John It. Wood was chosen chairman and F. 15 Trciber, secretary. After tho meeting was organized Herndon Fife, Esq., chairman of tho County Committee, offered his rcsig- nation, which was accepted. In offering his resignation, Mr. Fife said it was evident that he would not be ...

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