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

(Eslabllsl'eilln 1835.) She Ijeffctsoiuitn, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. >Vo«lne*«laj, >ovoiiilmt I I, ISSS Tills paper is entered at the Post-Ofilceat Charlottesville. Va„ as second-class matter. Deep vs. shallow Plowing. Mr. Knox, the veteran plow-maker, Las called our attention to the efleet of deep plowing of some soils to offset the danger from lack of rains in dry season. Some years ago an experiment was made by a Western Massachusetts farmer in plowing portions ol a large field at varying depths. One part was turned over seven inches deep, another ten inches, and a third, after being plowed ten inches, was subsoiled to tho depth of ten inches more, making a soil comparatively loose to the depth of twenty inches. The next year, which was a dry one during the summer, corn was grown upon the whole field, which was treated in a uniform manner throughout all the yield of the three division! careful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 21 November 1883

OLD SERIES, VOT, XXXVIII. } (the 3lrffrroonian. itrlishkp EVERY WEDNESDAY MOItNIWJ r.v Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CIIAHI^I'ITKSVILLK, WM. H. FHOUT, Business Manaukk. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. (>llO copy, one your 31 00 One copy, six montliH «"> Oho copy three months 4o Unless Paid in Advance, 51.50 will be Charged. \ copy ol the paper itirulxhed wiViionl charge to liny person who will send us IU niiines (vocompiinicd by I lio ciish ; If preferred i he paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. One gquare(one inch) one Insert lon Sl.iK) Two squares (two Inches) one In sert I on. 2.00 Tje-iiU advertisements seventy-live cents per Squarefor each Insertion. oH.Speclal contracts made for advertisements for a longer period. JOB WORK.—Wo are prepared to do all kinds of HOOK AN I).10H PRI NTINU at short notice. Orders from tho oil y and surround lug country will receive PKuMI'T ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. gRENNAN A CO., BANKERS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, - V...

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

(Eslablis)'edin 1835.) (The ;Mcffcvooni.ui, PUJLISIIKI) EVKItV H'KOXESDAV MOIIMNCJ HY Jcffersonian Publishing Company, CHAItiAVfTKSYILLK, VA. WciliHsdaj ,November SI. is*:* This paper Is entered at the Post-Offieeat Uarlottesville. Va„ as second-class matter* Lost, Strayed and Stolen. Sitlington's precinct, Bath county, cast 58 votes, and every one for the Democratic candidate. This is the banner precinct. Now for the " best Auditor the State ever had."—Abingdon Standard. That's the way to talk. Maybe Brown Allen would 110 "cuss" if (he Parson should be his successor We wonder what all the men Mahone had promised office, will think of him now ? Abingdon Standard. Hell is paved with goeil (?) intentions. The hungry Mahoneites should "wait until the clouols roll by." Mahone has issued his address to the faithful. Some Northern paper suggested that he should imitate that other Great Virginian, and make it a farewell address. Mahone cannot imitate Washington, the Father of his country c...

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

( Established i u 1835.) Ihc Hfffcrsonian, rnu.fSHEn EVBRV WEDNESDAY MORNING 1!Y Jeffersonian Publishing C.mp.ny, CIIAKLOTTKKVILLK, V.\. H olnrsdiiy. Sovwiiber 7, ISSB. A Larger Circulation limn any Paper y in Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. OUR NEW RULE. REMEMBER That on ami after this date, the subscription price of the .Ikffkr.sonian Is SI.OO IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHERWISK $1.50 WILL BE CHARGED. AnOUHT IST, INS!!. Post-Office Nolico. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.30 A. M. Closes (1.30 F\ M. MAILS CLOSE. (Ihkhapeakk and Ohio—Going West , 12.3<i A. At. Going Hast, 10.30 A. M. Washington City, Vliioinia Midland— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, -1.00 P. M. Night, Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office from 2 to 3 I*. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSoutli...lo3o A.M " " •' Going North... 4.00P.M Nlglit. Malls close on Sunday 0.301". A 1 Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. iSi O. From East. 1.30 I'. M West 11.30 A. M V. M. " North 2.00 P....

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

(Establls)iedln 1835.) (The publisiikd EVERY WEDNESDAY MOIIMMi BY Jefforsonian Publishing Company, CIIAItLO'iTESYILLK, VA. Wednesdn.v, \o»«'iiil»er Ttils paper Is entered atthePost-Offlceat liarlottesvllle, Va., as second-class matter. Plain Talk. "I wanter liab a few words wid yer, Brudder Jeetns,'' said a colored pastor to a, member of his church. "Come heah ter one side,'' fur I doesu't want ter be heard by de general public. Now, Brudder Jeems, yer mus' 'scuze me ef I talks too plain, 'case I wouldn't wound yer tender feeliu's fur notliin'. What I was gwine to ter say is—now don't think dat I is speakin' too plain—dat I doan think that yer is hardly a generman. Now, doan think dat I'se spoke too plain, fur I'se de las' man in de worl' what would wound your tender feelin's." The brother reflected for a moment, rubbed liis head iu an endeavor to think of some meaus of defense, and said : "What proof, parson, is yer got ob dc fack what yer's jist stated ?'* "Now, Brudder Jeems, I d...

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

OLD f-trtlß-, Vol.. XXXVIII. } (the gmw imp,:., n KVftiti \v ;is>.' Jefferscnfcu F cLzl-i'f; C i... , CHAlfl.O'i"! i s\' 11J iV \ WM. 11. Pill >UT, n. .IX-.' • '<l IN 1 Terms of Subscription. IN A i>'\» NI'K. 'lnrro|iy,nni',vi':ir 1 One copy, six mo il h• On«* cop> throe moj»{.l , ->. .. ...... I Unloss Paid i'l ' 1 jHf 0 % „ •-* ' .• • A copy of the pap«»r I'uniislie I without ciiarge i<> any !>**i >ii w'i • w.il •'"! us ii» names accompanied by i ii< cash; • i preferred a com in Ission will I"' »>-*»•- Transient Raton for Adv-rl^ing. On,, squni'i'(<*'"'i" l '" :'" IP " 1 Two S'liiiU'i'sdM-i.; h*.i. ».-• <• La -ui mUertUemon ts verity -llvi in* pe Siiunre for <':><■!> liifi-Hon. ii*„-t|>"eifil ««>utr.ic.t.M in.wU' I <>r dv -i i H(» ini-iiis lor...

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

(Eslablistedln 1835.) ahc PUBUSIIKI) KVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY Jeffersonian Publishing C:mpany, CUAKLO'ITKSYILLK, VA. Wednesday, November 28,1 ssil This paper Is entered at the l'ost-Oftlceat liartoLtesvllle, Va„ as second-class luatUr The excitement in Danville was intense. The town is quiet now, anil people begin to realize what a serious matter grew out of a trifling personal quarrel. The affray at Danville had nothing to do with politics. We are glad, however, that this affray had no connection with politics, but grew out of an accidental rencontre or collision between a white man and a colored man on the sidewalk.— Whig, AW. sth, 1888, the day before the election. Lost, Strayed and Stolen. There are in the United States thirty-one post-offices bearing the name of Washington. Here is Gen. J. A. Early's opinion of Mahone: A great poet has intimated that in the lowest deep there is a lower deep still. That can no longer be said to be true. Mahone has sounded the depths of infamy ...

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

(EHtablished in 1835.) (The £fcffctsom;m, rrnusiiKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MO It Nl Mi BY Jofferscnian Publishing Company, OIIAItIiO'n'KKVILLK, VA. Wednesday, November as. ishj* A l-atfser Circulation llian any Paper ill IMedmoiit. Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. OITU NEW RUIAS. HEMEMBEB That nil nml after tills d>»te, the subscription price of the .Tkkrkimonian Is $l.OO IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHERWISE $1.50 WILL BE CHARCED. AUGUST IST, ISK't. Post-Olllco Notlcc. OFFICK HOURS." Office opens 7.:H1 A. M. Closes fl.Bo P. M. MAILS 01-O.SK. Ohksapkake anoOiiio—(Jolng West, 12.H11 A. M. Uolng Kant, 10.JW A.M. Washington oity. Virginia Mini.and— Ui.lntr Mouth. 12.50 A. M* Oolng North, 1.0(1 ' M ight Malls close at # P. M. SUNDAY HOITHH. Office open from 2 to it P. M. Sunday Mails close-Gol"gSouHi...inSOA.M •4 •• •• Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close oiiHuiiUay I) to P. M Hours nl which tho mails me opened and read for distribution : C. <& O. From East .. West 11 A...

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

(Established in 1835.) (The Ifcffcwonian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY Jefferscpian Publishing Company, (,'HA K LOTTKS VILI.K, VA. McdiifNtliiy, Xovombrr 2S, IMHB Tills paperU entered at the l'ost-Ofllceat liarlottesvltle. V».. as second-class matter Cocoa and Chocolate, Cocoa, or cacao, is extracted from the seed of small trees of the genus thcobroma, which, when cultivated, grows from twelve feet to eighteen feet high, but to a hipher elevation in the wild stale. The flowers are small, and cluster oil the branches and trunk, the matured fruit appearing as though artificially attached. Out of each cluster only one pod is allowed to mature, and this when full grown is from seven inches to ten inches long by three inches to four and a half inches wide. The five cells contains each a row of from five to ten seeds embedded in a pink acid pulp, tho cocoa bean. The tree is indigenous to Mexico, but it can be cultivated within the twentyfifth parallels of latitude, and thrives I a...

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

OLD SERIES, VOL. XXXVIII. y (The itr.i.isini) BV 12RV Vi'KDNBSDAV KIOSMNC Jef&jrscniaa P..bl&ikc CLap c;-, chai!u»ttksviu,i-'., va. WM. It. I'lt'HTT. TiUSINESS MASAOK.II. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. Ono copy, oils yenr One oopy, fix monttis "•> One copy tli roe months 4il Unless PaicS in Advance, $1.50 wil! oe Charged. A copy of paper furnished wHliout Chiu 'i' io nny pei'-smi who will Rend ns I*l mimes ncconipanieiiby Mh; cash ; if preferred a commission will he pitld. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (on'- inch) one insert lon sl.(l° TwoS'iuai'i's(two inciii'st one insertion. 2.00 Legal i iverMsemcnts -i vonty-flve cents per Souarcfor eacii insertion. contracts made for adveitisenieuts f-»r * longer period. TOR WOUIC.—We are prepared to do all kindsofßOOK AN DJols MllNTlNO.itshort notice. Orders from the city country will receive PllO MPT A 1 K business; directory. Banks. JQfIIiNNAN & CO., B A Iff K E3 R £3 , CHARLOT...

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

(Eslablls)iedLn 1835.) (The idcffctoonian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING HY Joffersor-ian Publishing Company, ChAItLOTTEB VILLK, VA. Wednesday, Dewmber 5, 1)W!I. This paper U entered at. tliePost-Ofllceftt liarlottesvllle, Va., as second-clnss mailt r. The excitement in Danville was intense. The town is quiet now, and people begin to realize what a serious matter grew out of a trifling personal quarrel. The affray at Danville had nothing to do with politics. We are glad, however, that this affray had no connection with politics, but grew out of an accidental rencontre or collision between a white man and a colored man on the sidewalk. — Whig, Nov. sth, 1883, the day before the election. Lost, Strayed and Stolen. The Spirit of the Valley has gone over to the Republican party. This is rough 011 the Grand Old Party. But it must go. The United States has about 17 doctors to every 10,000 inhabitants. And yet we are a healthy nation. The Amherst New Era conies out in favor of Tilden a...

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

(Established in (Thr rnu.rsiiKn kvi:rv wedx psday mormn<; nv Jcfferscnian Publishing Ccinpany, oiiAuuyriT-svii.i-K, v.\. Wednesday, Dccciiilicr 5. ISNS. A Larger Circulation than am Paper hi Piedmont Virginia. Jt LOCAL MATTERS. OITH NEW' RULE. REMEMBER That on and after this d ite, the subscription price of the Jekfeksonian Is tI.OO IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHERWISE SI.SO WILL BE CHARGED. AUGUST IST, ISA'!. Post-Offlce Notice. OFFICE HOURS Office opens A. M. Closes G.ftO I*. M. MAI US CLOSE. Chesapeake and Ohio—(Joins West, 12.JM1 A. M. Going East, 10 .'lO A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midi.ani)Golng South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 1.00 I*. M. Night Mails close ato P. M. SUNDAY HOUKS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Wunday Mails close—Going South...lo SO A. M i *» " " Going North... 4.(H) P. M j Night. Malls close on Sunday 0 ;#> P. M ! Hours at which the mails are opened and j rend for distribution : C. A* O. From East 1.30 P. M 11 West 11.30 A. M V. M. North 2.00 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 December 1883

(Established! n 1835.) (The ideffcrooniaii, PITSLISHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORMKG BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHARLOTTESVILLE, YA. Mt'iliHsilii), lltrciiilK'r 5, I ss:i. This paper Is entered at the Post-Offlceat harlottesvllle. Va„ as second-class matter. [For the .Ikkfeksonian.] Chronograph?— Division of the Day. •Chapter xxi, 11,12. Messrs. Editors : We are writing and editing a work on "The Weather and Seasons.'' The following is a part of a chapter on "The Division of the Day,'' which may be acceptable to some of your readers. The latter part, explanatory of the new arrangement of time, we may give hereafter. It may be supposed that the division of the day was originally very rude ond imperfect. Until the invention of mechanism to measure the lapse of time, the natural and obvious distinctions of morning, noon and night, were probably the only ones noticed ; and though, in these beautiful climates where the heaven is rarely clouded, the shadows of fixed objects seem likely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 December 1883

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. } flic ;Mcffc'ocsn.r,, runusiiED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN !,N r.v Jefferccnian PJj!is!±'.g C:Tr.p r/;, CHARLOTTESYILLK, VA. WM. H. PRO.tr r, HUSINKSS Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year Si Olio copy, Six months «•> One copy tlireo months i" Unless Paid in Advance, $1.50 » il! bK. r«A copy o( thP puper furnished without charge to any person who will jeud n* 10 names accompanied by t he cash ; if prefei i ed a commission will he paid. Transient Rates for Advertising, One square (one Inch) one Insertion 81.00 Two squares (two I noli est one Insert lon. J.<>i> Lezal i Ivertlsementsseventy-tive cenlfipet Squarefor each Insertion. -Special contracts inatle for advertisements for a i onsser period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do .ill kinds of HOOK AND.IOH IMtlNTlMlat short g^^: y^f?e^vrjißo^rrvrn^ ; nuN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. JgRENNAN & CO., BANKERS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, - VIRGINIA. DI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 December 1883

Established! n 1835.) (The jHcftYioonian, ITBIJSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CHAHLOTTESVILLK, VA. M'cdiifsdiiy, IliM'4'iiili'r I'i.ISSU. This paper is entered atthel'ost-Officeat harlotte: v lie. Va„ as secotHl-ctnsfi matter, s Tho exi uemcnt in Danv " was intense The towi - quiet now, an people begin to realize w • i serious ma ■ grew out of a trifling j nal quarrel. The affray at Danville had nothing to do with politics. We are glad, however, that this affray had no connection with politics, but grew out of an accidental rencontre or collision between a white man and a colored man on the sidewalk.— W7dg, Nov. sth, 1883, the day before the election. Lost, Strayed and Stolen. The State is listeniug for "the goods-box oratory" of Kiddleberger. There's too much good whiskey in Washington for Riddleberger to throw himself away making speeches. Mahone was present at a session of the Republican Senatorial caucus in Washington Monday. When Billy said lie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 December 1883

(Established in 1835.) <?hc ITBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORSIXG 1!Y Jefforscnian Publishing Ccmpcny, CIIAKI-O'h'KSVILLK, VA. Wednesday, Dcceiiib'r 12,18W3. A harder Circulation than any Paper In Piedmont. Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. OUR- NEW RULE. REMEMBER Tliat 011 and nfter tills (lute, the subscription price of the Jeffersonian Is SI.OO IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHERWISE SI.SO WILL BE CHARGED. AI'GUST IST, 18K3. Post-Office Notice. OEFICK HOURS. Oflflce opens 7.30 A. M. Closes 6.30 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Ciiebapeakk and Ohio—Going West, 12.30 A. M. Going East, 10.:)0 A. M. WASIIINOTON Cli v, VIRGINIA MIDI.ANIV— Going South. 12.30 A.M. .Going North, fit) --!•> M. Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Offlceopen from 2 to 8 P. M. Sunday Malls close —Going South ...10.30 A. M •• *• •' Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday « 80 I*. M Hours at which the mails are opened and read for distribution : C & O. From East 1.30 P. M " West 11.30 A. M V M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 December 1883

Xttisccllanronfl QVbuertiscmcnto, nQftHO FOR SPRING AND SUMMER 00 n 1000 HARDWARE. 1000 COME AND SEE MY LARGE STOCK AND LOW PRICES. HEADQUARTERS FOR Malta Double-Shovel Plows, Shovels, Coulters, and Bull Tongues. English Waldron Grass Scythes. Golden Clipper Grain and Grass Scythes. Glover and Briar Scythes. Sheep Shears, &c. WAGON-MAKERS AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES. Long and short handle Shovels, Hay and Manure Forks, Garden and Field Hoes, Grape and Barbed Fence Wire, Bar Iron, Steel, Horse Shoes, Nails and Spikes. Aiwm si? Agents for Wiard Chilled Plows, and the well known Excelsior Cooking Stove. M- TREIBER, 'HIDKKS I'uoMPTi.Y Kxeoutud. MAIN NEAR COURT ST.. CHAULOTTEfUViLM' IFOR BARGAINS! WE HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NORTH WI TH TIIE IINEST STOCK OP JEWELRY W EVER BROUGHT TO CHARLOTTES VILLE. f Our Clocks and Watches ARE THE FINEST MAKES OUR WATCHES ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR THE USE OF RAILROAD MEN. THIS STOCK CONSISTS OF GOLD, SILVER & PLATEB WARES, DIAMONDS, P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 December 1883

OLD SERIES, Vol.. XXXVIII. } (The 1TM.IS1IKI) EVKRV H UDMJSDAV »!OllM.\(i I!V Jeffersonian Publishing C:rap;ny, CHAItLOTTESVILI.K, VA. WM. H. ritOUT, Business Manager. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year SI 00 One copy, six months (("> 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 11s lo namesaocompanied by the cash ; If preferred a commission will be paid. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one inch) one insertion 81.0*1 Two squares (two inches) one Insertion. 2.00 LesaU'lverUseinentsiseventy-five cents per Siinarcforeach insertion. ~<i_spoolal contracts made for-advertise-ments for a I onger period. JOB WORK. —Wo are prepared to do all kinds of HOOK ANDJOR I'RINTI NO at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. it CO., BANKERS, CHARLOTTESVILLE, - VIR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 December 1883

Rstabllsbedtn 1835.^ (The rriiusiiKi) EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING HY Jeffersonian Publishing Company, CIIARI.OTTF.SYILI.K, VA. ~=- =~~~ I Wednesday, ]>eeeinl>*r 20,1 HSU. Tills paper is entered at. thePosl-Offleent harlottewille. Va., as second-clnss matter.! The excitement in Danville was intense. The town is quiet now, and people begin to realize what a serious matter grew out of a trifling personal quarrel. The affray at Danville had nothing to do with politics. We are glad, however, that this affray had no connection with politics, hut grew out of an accidental rencontre or collision between a white man and a colored man on the sidewalk.— Whig, Nov. oth, 188; i, the dmj before the election. Lost, Strayed and Stolon. General Malione is a native of Virginia, was educated at her expense, and has received honors at her hands, yet he does not scruple to vilify and slander her. . The Commissioner-of-Sales Bill was introduced in the Senate last week, and the Senate "s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 December 1883

(Kstablishcdin 1835.) * s"he Jifeffevoojuan, r(T.LfSIIKI) KVISRV H KDNESDAV MORNING BY Jcffoi-scriian Pablishing Company, ('IIAItUnTKNVirj.K, VA. Wednesday, l><*eei»il>"r 20, INSX A Larger Circulation than any Paper in Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. OITI* NEW IMJIiE. REMEMBER That on mid nfter thin date, the subscription price of the Jkvfkbsonian is SI.OO IF PAID IN ADVANCE, OTHKRWIBK 51.50 WILL BE CHARGED. A boost IST, 1883. Post-Offlce Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 8.00 A. M. Closes (1.00 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. CHEBAPF.AKU and Ohio—Going West, 12.3(1 A. M. (Joins* East, 10.30 A. M. Washington City, Vlboinia M iiii.ani>— doing Mouth, 12.50 A.M. doing North, 1.00 Night Mails close at 0 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from '2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Mails close—Going South...lo 30 A. M .. ' " " doing North... 4.00 P. M Night Mails close on Sunday 6 30 P. M Honrs at which the mails are opened and read for distribution : C. A' O. From Kast 1.30...

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