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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 May 1880

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. )■ C^tJcffersoniairJ PUBLISHED KVKJtY WEDNESDAY HORNING' nr FRANK N. BARKSDALE & CO. IMtOPKIETOItS! P. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. PRY. 4u»»scHiPTroN—lN advanck: Oji«copy, one year - - 75 One copy, six months - '■ one copy three months One copy one month CLUBS. *ll ls°not ret"ulrod tliat Clubs' be made up ut ° P*i>Mnen > t m imist accompany conv of the paper furnished without chaise S« P tfio«c who raise (Mubs; If preferred, com- " ATl'sTh" becontinued at the optlon of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent irea on up plication. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one I nscrUon JI.OO Two s«iuares(t.wo inches) one insert ion. advertisements seventy-five cents per h«iuare for each insertion. , . Special contracts made for adveitisementsfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND.ToII PRINTING at short BUSINESS DIRECTORY. jW OARDS »ot. exce...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 May 1880

Cp |effcrsonran. (Retail.tfthetf In tsrW.) BY F. N. BARIvSDALE & CO. This paper Is entered at the Post-Offlce at Charlottesville, Va., ns second-clans matter. WRDNESDAY. MAY 12,18*0. We return thanks to Senator Withers for a small library of public documents. Blaine is coming in well ou the home stretch. He seems to be strengthening every day, and the Grantitcs are beginning to feel shaky about their favorite. The Conservative Central Committee will meet in Richmond on Tuesday, the 18th inst., for the transaction of such business ns may be necessary preliminary to the assembling of the State Convention on the following day. Hon. J. R. Tucker's arduous labors in behalf of the tariff revision seem to be highly appreciated hy the Ways aud Means Committee. The committee liave adopted very many of his suggestions, and, indeed, he appears to be the leading spirit in tariff reform. We have received several copies of the Lynchburg Daily Advance. It is the new afternoon daily, wh...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 May 1880

C|e Itffcrsflnian (Ksiabllsl ed In 1885.V WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1880. JL.OC A.I - MATTERS. Agolitß for tile JfffcrsonlMi. In Greene County, Mr JOSEPH SMITH. In Madison County, Mr. C. C. YAGER. These gentlemen are authorized to receive and receipt for all monies due this paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders lor all kinds of work. Pont Office University of Virginia. OOlce opens 7.30 a. ni. Closes at 6.00 p. m. Night mails from all points opensß.oo a.m. Malls from Richmond, Washington, and Staunton, opens at 100 p. m. From Lynchburg, at 5 p.m. Malls close for South, West and East through Lynchburg, SUunton and Richmond at 11.00 a. m., and for North and West through Washington at 3.00 p. m. Night, mails close at 5.30 p. m. No Sunday mails. Money Order business closes at 4 p. m. Saturday. JNO. H. 8188, P. M. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Day Mails close—Going South, 11.40 n. in. Going West, 11.55 a.m. Going East, 11.55 p. m. Going North, 400 p.m. Klght Malls close for a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 May 1880

C|c Jefftrsflttiatt. (Bstab.ished in 1835.) BY F. N. B ARKSDALE&CO. This paper Is entered at the Post-Officeut Charlottesville, Va M as sccond-clnss matter. - 11 ; WKDNKHDAY, MAY 12, 1880. H° me , F arm - The Mineral Food of Plants, Lecture delivered before the Albemarle Agri. cultural Society, March 6th, 1880, by Ad junct Pro/. F. P. Dunnington, of the University of Virginia. I do not propose to give any complete treatment of this subject, but what I shall have to say may very properly fall under the above heading. The most direct method of ascertaining what is the mineral food of a plant, is to find out what mineral substances are contained in the full grown plant by an examination of its ash. I( this is done with any of the plants, with which we arc familiar, we will find in its nsh all of these, and excepting traces, only these eight substances. Potash, lime, magnesia, soda, sulphuric oxide, phosphoric oxide, silica, chlorine. In each portion of each kind of plant th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 May 1880

omMtevbLixitirtTy C^f|eftrsoitian, PUBLISHED ■ rill WIDIIIOAT KORHIIO' FRANK If, PAJWIE & CO. PROFBISTOB8: F.H.SASBSAIiS. A.B.BIAESY, w. o. nr. — • •• Oneoopy, one year..,•* fV On* copy, six month*/..™ " one o w three months - J" On« copy one m0nth...—........ ■ CLUBS.* Ten copies one year. each........ ;• It Is not required tuat Clubs be mode np at mbMmm H j^& P at the optlon of the publishers, unless all arrearages swa«?.^*T Trapitwrt Satei for Advertising. One rfqprer* (ftMrlheh) one inserMon..-.11.0ji Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 litKatmvrvrttsenkMW seventy-five ceuU per sausra for «aoh Insertion. maw JttiOSu s ssrss&^nmses tAM per annum, payable In advance. Dentists. H'lT DRjmSTS* CHARLOTTESVILLE, - - VIRGINIA. OrriOß— Ualph Lawyers. JAMES BLAKEY, I PrMttoM Ift Albemarle ana Ine aajolnifrf m+e*T*vry. wW SHACKBLFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY public, <mjULLpi!I&BVItLE,' - - VIRGINIA. la Albemarle and adjoini...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 May 1880

r €\t Jeffcrsflitiatt. (Estnb.lnhed In 1836.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. ThU paper In entered nt the Pont-Offleeat Cli irlottcttvllle, Vn., nil secrtnd-clußii matter. ■mf i i ■ i ■ ■ WKI»NEBDAV. MAY 1". 1880. At the Richmond city primary election, last week, all the old officers were renominated except the High Constable. Tin vote was the largest ever polled at a primary. Hon. Sanford E. Church, Chief Justice of New York, died last week. He was a clear headed and able jurist, and had been repeatedly mentioned by Northern Democrats as a candidate for the Presidency. Hon. E. B. Washburne, who is looked upon by many as a strong dark horse in the Presidential race, seems disinclined to be so considered. He declares himself for Grant first, last, aud all the time 1 , and declines to be a candidate tinder any circumstances. Tr r - Hon. H. H. Riddleberger was preseut at the convention of Conservatives of Shenandoah. Although he took no part in the meeting, he made a speech, in wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 May 1880

C([t |{ffrf£olt!Blt. (MuMlS?*ed IB 1«W;> , ■ . . i.i ——- - . .. •••* WK»NJMDAT, MAY if, IWO. "lOOAI/ matters. A acuta the JiAnoalu. —"O In Oreens C«unty, Mr. .TOSErH SMITH. In Madison Gourtty, Air. O. C. YAGER. These gentlemen art l authorised to receive and receipt fof all monies due this paper, and alto to ncelvs; subscriptions and Orders tor all klhdsof work. . , . i 'i—- »mt i root Mm ValveMttjr or Virginia. ORlce qjieos 7.30 a. m. Closes at 0.00 p. m. Night mails from all points opensß.oo a.m. Kails from Richmond, Washington, and Htaunton, opens at 1.00 p. m. From Lynchburg, at 5 p. in. Mails eloae for South, West and East through Lynchburg, Staunton and Richmond at 11.00 a. m.. and for North and West through Washington at 3.00 p. m. Night malls close at 6JO p. m. closes at.4 p. m. Saturdftj. JNO. H. 8188, P. M. Cb&rlotteavill* Post Oflflce Notice. Day Malls close—doing South, 11.40 a. m. doing West, 11.65 a.m. . i • .... <|olng East, 11.65 p. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 19 May 1880

Cjje Jeffmoitiait. (Eitab.lswod in 181)9.) BY F. N. BARK3DALE & CO. This paper is entered at tliu Po»t-Oftlce nt Clmrlottesvllle, Va., as second-class matter. W RONES DAY. MAY 1". 18S0. Home, -'Jypfr Farm. • KESWICK FARMERS' CLUB. The regular monthly meeting of the Kcewick Farmers' Club was held at Piedmont, the residence of Mr. John VV. Gobs Jr., on April 17th, 13 members and 3 in» vited guests being present. The President) Mr. Macon, appointed as committer to ex-, amine and report upon the farm, Messrs Isaao Long, J. R. Bryan, Jr., Thos. W. Page and W. W. Minor. Jr., and, as usual, the whole Club joined in the tour of inspection, on which many points of interest were observed.' Tho committee reported substantially as follows: that Mr. (joss' wheat eroj , upon which 250 lbs Baldwin's Fertilizer was used per acre, on thin hind, generally looks quite promising, and lpost of it shows good preparation of the land and careful seeding. The land for corn this year was well plo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 August 1880

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. )■ %\t feffenonian, PUBLISHED EVE AY WEDNESDAY IHORXINO' lIY FRANK N. BARKSDALE & GO. PROPRIETORS: P. N. BARKSDALE, A. B. BLAKEY, W. 0. FBY. *T 15 It MS OF SUBSCRIPTION —IN ADVANCE! Oiiooopy, one year 51 00 One copy, six months .. 7"> One copy three months.... 50 Ouooopyone month 25 CLUBS. Ten copies one year, each 51 00 It is not required that Clubs bo made up at Ono post-offlcc. Payment must accompany every order. A ttopv of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will bo paid. Al I subscriptions to be continued at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. Olio square (ono Inch) ono insertion SI.OO Two squares (two inches) one Insertion. 2.00 tiogal advertisements seventy-llvo cents per square for each insertion. contracts made for advertlsemenlsfor a longer period. JOB WORK.—We nro prepared ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 August 1880

ISTATIOISrA.IL. Jicket. FOR PRESIDENT: WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOIi VICE-PRESIDENT: WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, 01' Indiana. ELECTORS AT f.ARtSE: JOHN ECHOLS, of Augusta, r. W.JrIeKINNEY, of l'riuce Edward. DISTRICT ELECTORS: Fifst I>Ist.—THOMAS CROXTON, or Essex. Second.—li. F. WATTS, or Portsmouth. Third.—HlLL CARTER, or Hanover, l'ourth.—S.-YM'li 1.. COI.EMAN, orCumbTd. Fifth.—.l. s. ItEM), or Henry.v Sixth. —S. URlfe FIN, ot Bedford. Seventh.—F. M. McMULLAN,of Greene. Eighth.- J. Y. MENIFEE,of Rappahannock, Ninth.—lt. K. HENRY, of Tazewell. The hurricane of enthusiasm which swept over the country at the nomination of Geu. Hancock seems to have created the impression among the Democracy that the Democratic ticket will elect itself. The possibility of a Republican victory seems hardly to enter into the calculations of the average Democrat, and he is willing to trust to. the magnificence and purity of his ticket for its election. Wo regret to sec this spirit of utt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 August 1880

Snfd if tlie Rcpublicons carried Maine and Indiana, which they would do, wc will liaTQ the Uer.djuetcrs with us nod thev will be Republicans. Ho had not seen a di'lcgnto from the county, until this morning, who favored n nomination. Wo must not discourage the Rcadjusters by making one. A delegate from Staunton followed and declared that a nomination must be made. At this stago of tho performance Hon. John F. Lewis left the chair, and invited Mr. Porter to preside, which he did until tho meeting broke up in confusion. Mr. John A. Noon, of Staunton, hero withdrew his motion (referring the nomination to tho Congressional Committee), and the discussion proceeded on Dr. Points resolution that a nomination is inexpedient. Mr. C. R. Foster, of Albemarle, declared his firm adhesion to Republican principles. Declared that ho man had nsked tho convention to nominate, but the man who wanted to run, and he was opposed to a nomination. lie said that $5OO liad been sent to this town to influence ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 25 August 1880

Cfje Icffcrsmuitn. (fjstnb.lshcd in 1835.) I i j'Jr _ _ _ ' BARKSDALE & CO. ,tJg rrrjf:. Till* paper i* filtered nt the Post-Ottlceftt C. ns sccond-elnßs matter. ■ i Pi' ■ I I* 1 !" 1 W KPN BSD A V. ,\ l"< j I'sT is*u. Farm. 'tHWu tho Mcilia (I'a.l AmovUnin.] k W#fttlScotfs Model Barn, -mAmof M iC Costly New Stables ¥» Woodbum Residence. ,~'Ab Ameritan reporter, in his ram- , bleajLoVftr tho country, ran across -■ 4j^yVib»rn,'' the beautiful lesidence j ; "4obqjonijl- Thomas A. Scott, near ' \v ul'i like to say a word 1. j*b©Ot Mr. Scott's new barn and its many Conveniencies. The barn was cbhtydftierl in March last, and cost I,nearly $lO,OOO, and in architectural style capnot be excelled. The carriage or coach-room is at the- extreme -eastern' portion of the building, and ' lias capacity for nine coaches. There v are about eight vehicles in it, which ? from-4800 to 81,500 apiece. The *" coach-house has six largo windows with shutters, and tho ceiling has fancy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 September 1880

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. J- * Cfje feffersoiuan, , PUBLISHED CVRIT WIDIBIOAT KORSIRO' BY mm N. BARKSDALE & CO. * proprietors: P.N. BARKSDALE, A. R.BLAKEY, W. 0. PRY. ■ : MB*S OP $ U BSCBIPTJON—IN ADVANCE: A ot« y«v-..- - ii 00 "ffrieTopy7RlTt mttntft*:.......; c»no oopy thr«e months 60 Oucoopyouo month 25 *1" « J i Ofß*. . Tift eowes one year, each - *' 00 w CJubs l»e made up at Payment must a««ompany every order. A Copy of the paper furnished without charge te those who ralne CUlbs; If preferred, commission will be paid. Al I subscriptions tobeeontlnued at the option of the publishers, unle«s all arrearages are paid up. A specimen oopy sent free on application. Tranitent Bates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion W.OO Two squares (two inches) one Insertlou. 2.00 begat advertisements soventy-llvo cents per square for each insertion. «9>.Spnnlal contracts made for advortisemontsfora longer period. . J I. if JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all ki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 September 1880

C|t J,cffcrsßiuan. (Established In 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO." Tills paper Is entered at the Post-UlUceat Charlottesville, Vo., us second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 1, 1880. NATIONAX. J)EMOCRy\TIC J'ICKET. FOR PRESIDENT: WJNFIELD S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT; WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Of Indiana. ELECTORS AT LARGE: JOHN ECHOLS, of Augusta. I*. \V. MoKINNEY.of l'rlnee Edward. DISTRICT ELECTORS : First Dist.—TIIOMAS UROXTON, of Essex. Hooond.--L. F. WATTS, of Portsmouth. Third. —HILL CARTER, of Hanover. Fourth.--SAM'LL. COLEMAN, ofOumbTd. Fifth.—J. S. REDD, of Henry. Sixth.—S. OUtb FIN, of Bedford. Kevunt.il F. M. McMULLAN.of Orecne. iKiglith.- J. V. M UN' 1 FEE,of Rappahanuock. Ninth.—R. R. HENRY, of Tazewell. For Conobess—Sevonth District. HENRY C. ALLEN, of Shenandoah. The Capitation Tax—What Is It? Some thoughtless pcoplo seem to be giving countenance to an attempt on the part of a lot of demagogues and bliuded partisans to raise a sort of hu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 September 1880

|tfferswait. (RMiabllst'fd In 1885.) - • r ■ . ■ ■■ 1 ■ WEDNRSbAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1880. 1!~—! i -- LOO A.I. MATTERS. Agettt. /or th. /cffierlo.l.H. —o— In Orwne County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH. in Madison County, Mr. C. U. YAGER, bene gentlemen are authorised to receive nod. reoeipt for all monies due this paper, to receive subscriptions Mid orders W nil kinds ot work. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Day Mails close—Going South, 11.10 a. in. Going West,, H.Bsa.m. Going East, ll.Vip. m. f Going North, 4.00 p.m. Night Malls close Tor all points at 6.:i0 p. in. HtfiAay Honrs—Office open from 1 to 2 p. m. Malls close going South, 10.45 a. m. " North, 4.00 p.m. Night Malls close at 0.30 p. m. Money Order business closes on Saturday 'at 1 p. n|. ,No Money Order buslnosg transacted on Sunday. Office opens dally (except Sunday) at 7 a.m. Closes at 7 p. m. , ~ M. H. S. Long, P. M. Qtißcc University ot Virginia. Office opens 7.30 a. m. Closes at 6.00 p. m. Night malls from all points opeitsg.OO a....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 September 1880

Cjjc leffersonian. (Established in 1835.) by bakksdale & cor Is entered at tlio Post-olScoEt CUiiHntV'«ville, Va., as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY,BEITKMHEH 1, ISSO.: . . _i ■_ 1 . ' 0me ' F arm ' AN ESSAY ON THE TRUE METHOD »,,Ofi^FAK.MIN O IQO ACRES OE.LAND , I iC^UDittONT.VIRGINIA. 'I (BY J. yiTZ, ESQ., ALBEMAKLE. j , Agriculture stands connected in its Origin and scope with man's necessities, and, including its branchqs, affords sustenance for millions tlikt inhabit our globe. It brings to man -Mio Womfarts and luxuries, of wliioh nil civilizod people are recipients aijd consumers. The broad field of i|ts usefulness embraces the arable soils of the earth ; and the scienco aud skill of mo, tlw utmost of his powers shotfll: bo exercised in developing its requirements and its vast resources. We shall endeavor to show, on the * present occasion, what would be "the true .method of farming 0110 hundred acres of land in Piedmont Virginia, on the plan of diversified produc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 September 1880

" OLD SERIESVOL. XXXVIII. Cjjt leffcrsonian, PUBLISHED KV El AY WHUNESSDAV HORMINO' llv FRANK N. BARKSDALE & CO. proprietors: 7. N. BARKSDALE, A. B. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. T R a >f 8 O V A U BSCRIPTION —IN A DVANCE ! Oneoopy,one year 81 00 quo copy, six months 75 One copy three months 50 Otie copy one month 25 Ol* 17 IIS. Ten copies one year, eacn * 81 00 It is not required that Clubs be made up at One post-office. Payment must accompany every order. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to be continued at the opWon of the publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Bates for Advertising. One square (one inch) one Insertion $l.OO Two squarcs(two inches) one insertion. 2.00 |jc2al advertisements scventy-flvo cents per square for each insertion. contracts made for advcrtlsemontsfor a longer period. •JOB WORK.—Wo arc prepare...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 September 1880

Cjjc Icffcrsonian. (Established In 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper is entered at the Post-Ollice at Charlottesville, Va.> as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, 20,1880. NATIO^t^L J'ICK&E. FOR PRESIDENT: 1 WINFIELDS. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOIt VICE-PRESIDENT: WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Of Indiana. Electors at large : JOHN KCItOLH.of Augusta, f. W. MeRINNEY, or l'rince Edward. DISTRICT ELECTORS : First Dist.—THOMAS CROXTON, of Essex. Second.--L. F. WATTS, of Portsmouth. Third.—HlLL CAIITER, of Hanover. Fourth.—SAM'L L. COLEMAN, of Cumb'l'd. Fifth.—J. S. REDD, of Ilcnry. Sixth.—S. UUlfr FIN, of Bedford. Hevcntli.—K. M. MeMULLAN,of Greene. Eighth.- J.Y.MENIFEE,of Riippnhnnnock. Ulnth.—R. R. HENRY, of Tazewell. Foil CoxcriiESa—Seventh District. .HENRY C. ALLEN, of Shenandoah. HANCOCK vs. GARFIELD. At this time when the people of the South ore railed upon to choose between Hancock and Garfield as Presidential candidates, it is hut right that they sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 September 1880

C|t f tffersuiuatt. (EslabllSled in IWW.I WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1850. j LodAI. MATTERS. Age tits for tho JeifcrsOnlan. •—o— In Greene County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH. In Mndlson County, Mr. C!. C. YAGEK. These gentlemen are authorized to recetvc mid receipt for nil monies duo tills paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders fbr nil kinds of Work. Charlottesville Post Office tfcitice. Day Malls close—Going South, 11.40 a. m. Going West, 11.55 a.m. Going East, 11.85 p. m. Going North, 4.l*)p.m. Night Malls close for all points at 0 30 i>. in. Hunday Hours—Office open from 1 to 2 p. m. Mails close going South, 10.45 a. in. '• North, 4.00 p.m. Night Mails close at ti.3o p. m. Money Order business closcs on Sat urday at 4p. m. No Money Order business transacted on Sunday. Office opens daily (except Sunday)at7a.m. Closcs at f1.30 p. m. M. H. S. IjOHO, P.M. Post Office l T nl virnlly of Vlrgtnlni Office opens 7.30 a. m. Closes at fi.OO p. in. Night malls from all points open...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 September 1880

Cbt Jifftrs oiiiait. ( in IST>.) 1A F. IS. liAI«,KBI)ALE & C 0! Tills pajn'i' Is entered at the I'ost-OHlee at. Charlottesville, V«., as seconil-elass mutter. \V KI INKS I>A Y .SKITEMIiKIt St, 1SKI). Home, c , *f!§fC Farm - i ■' Correspondence. Editors Jeffersoman : Your correspondent, Mr. John Dol> lins, iu a recent number of the JicrFi".uso\rAN gave your readers a very interesting article on fruits, entitled "Variety and Adaptation," and lie promised something further on this fubject, but so far he has not complied. We liavo been waiting for a continuauce of hid valuable articles, and hope, at his earliest, convenience, he will resume his pen. As it seems we cannot get up a Fomological Society,-the next best thing is to get tip tlie experience and views of our nursery men and fruit-growers on Pomology. Mr. Dollin, we think, can give much reliable and valuable information and instruction 011 the subject of fruits adapted to our Piedmont ...

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