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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 September 1884

(Established In 1835.) ahf ITBLISHKD •SVKHY WKDXESDAV MORNING BY BLAKEY & PIIOUT, Wednemla). ScpleiiilMT 31."M1. This paper is entered at thePost-Ottlceat Charlottesville, Va„ an mmcoihl-cljirs matter. fsqnininn Dogs. When at Fort Albany we saw sev-1 eral Esquimau dogs, a species of canine unknown in civilized com- j inanities. These dogs are very large —larger tlian our Newfoundland anil, much stronger when in condition, j Their strength, however varies, in 1 the winter when they are well fed 1 for driving they are much stouter and stronger than in summer, when j they are poorly fed, without exer-1 cise and languid from the heat,which is very telling upon them, as their native climate far to the north is j very severe. Their colors are white and yellow—while impure breeds are white and black—their hair thick and bushy, and ihe tail long, bushy I and curling up at the end. Attiines they are very quiet, at others very savage. They are driven ordinarily five in number, but...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 October 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. y ehc 3jcffctsonian, PUBLISH Kit EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNINU BY BLAKE'S & PHOUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year *' j!" One copy,six months three months «" Unless Paid in Advance, $1.50 Will be Charged. A eopy or the paper furnished without eliarxe to any person who will send us 111 names accompanied hy tliecash; II preferred a commission will l>e paid. TRANSIENT RATES FOR ADVERTISING. One si(uuro(one inch) one insertion 81 0» Two squares (two inches) one Insertion..... uu Legal advertisements seventy-live cents per Square tor each Insertion. «9»Speclal contracts made for advertisements for a long period. JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and ;urroundlnir country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. _______ ffIHR BANJfOF ALBEMARLE, X CHARLTOTEBVILLE, VA. Ottll and Interest bearingDepoßtts Solicit ed Discounts and renewals stri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 October 1884

(Established In 1835.) <Thr <S VX-» 7 ! PUBLISHED SVERY W i:i)> i.sd vy morning ' BY BLAKEY & PItOUT, Wednesday, Ocldlht I. IHS4. Thtspaperls enterei at the Post-Offlee at Charlottesville, Va.. an secouil-clnss inatter. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, UKOVKR ( I.FVIILAXII, NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. IIF.XiniK'KS. INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS—7TH DISTRICT I . T.A'FGRRALI., OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. The excitement in Danville 1 was intense. The town in quiet now, anil people begin to realize what a serious matter grew out of a triHing 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. sth, 1883, the day before the election. "As between (irant and Blaine, however it would seem that anybody at the South should, on gene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 October 1884

ahc scffctsotttan; rt'IIMSIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, OPIOInt I. 1881. Larger Circulation than any Paper in IMcdnioiit Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-OlTlee Notice. OK KICK HOURS. OUlce opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.!t0 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Oiikhapeakb AND onto—Going West, ?.. r >r> I'. M. Going East, 11.30 A. M. Wasiiinoton City, Vlroinia Mini,and— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 1.00 I'. M. Night Malls close nt. 9 I*. M. SUNDAY HOURS.* Office open from 2 to 8 I'. M. Sunday Malls close—(Joint;Soulli...lo.'M) A. M Going North... 4.001*. M Night Malls close on Sunday 0 .*>o P. M Hours at which the mulls are opened and read for distribution : C. A O. From Knst 2.45 I*. M • 4 West I?.. 10 I*. M V. M. " North 2.00 P.M. •• 14 South 5.15 ** Money Order Jhtsitiess— Hours from OA. M to 5 1\ M. No Money Or.ler Uuslness transacted on Sunday. M. 11. S. liONC. P. M. Water Works at Austin. A letter from Mr. Felter, the sup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 1 October 1884

(Established In 1835.) ahc Ifcffmcntan, lTM.lSllKl) "JVEKV WKDNESDAV MORNING 1!Y BLAKEY & PROUT. Wnliimdn) , OCIIIIMT 1, ISSI. This paper Is entered at the PosUOfflce at Charlottesville. Va„ as secoud-class matter. C Mining I'or Winter. A correspondent of the t+>untry Gentleman, writing on this timely subject, says: Whatever is to be canned, whether fruit or vegetables, must be cookeil sufficiently to be eaten, and must be boiling at the time it is put in the jar. Stand the jar in empty pan (so it can be easily moved when hot) near the kettle that contains the fruit. Kip a largo towel into hot water, and wind it around the jar. After the jar is tilled with fruit, thrust a knife to the bottom, and by stirring it around, the air bubbles will rise to the top. Have the jar full, and seal quickly. Stand the jar on the top end in a cool place. Leave it up-side down until it cools. As the heat leaves the jar, the cover will loosen, and must be secured occasionally to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 October 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXYIII. y (The irtcffcroom.tn, rur.Lisiir.n EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING i:y BLARED & PROIJT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year J)9 One copy, six months '» Onejcopy, three months ' lu Unless Paid In Advance, 51.50 Will be Charged. A copy of tho paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by tliecash : if preferred a commission will be paid. T RANSIK/JT HATES FOR ADVERTISING. One squure (one inch) one insertion ®l 00 Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion. .1 W) Legal advertisements seventy-five cents per Square lor each insertion. •B-Spoi tal contracts made for advertisements for a long period. 108 WORK.—We arc prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND YOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city «i|(l surrounding country will receive PROMPI ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. fPHE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, _|_ CHARLTOTESVILLE, VA. Call and Interest bearing Deposits Solicited Discounts and renewals stric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 October 1884

stubllslit-d lu 1835.) ahe IjcfCevsontan, PUBLIKHKI) •CVERY WEDJiKSDA Y MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, October 8, 18H1. National Democratic Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, OROYER tLEVELAXD, NEW YOKK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HEM>RIC'KS. INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS—7TH DISTRICT C. T. OTERR4LL, OK ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. The excitement in Danville was intense. The town is quiet now, and people begin to realize what a serious matter grew out of a trilling personal quarrel. The affray at Danville hud 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. Rth, 1883, the day before the election. "As betw° "i Grant and Blaine, however it would em that anybody at the South should, on general principles, prefer the brave ond "honest soldier to the sneaking, pettifogging bloody-shirter of Maine'"— Richmuiul Whig in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 October 1884

(The PUBLISH KB EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING ■ " HY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday. Oclhlmt 8, IHWI. Larger Circulation Hum any Paper in Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. I'ost-Offlce Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7..10 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chesapeakk AND OHlO—Oolug West, 2.58 P. M. (Joint; East, 11.30 A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Uolng South, 12.50 A.M. Oolng North, 1.00 P. M. Night Malls elose at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOUKS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close —GolnigSouth...lo.3o A.M " " " (loins North... 1.00 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 6.301\ M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. & O. From East 2.15 P. M West 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P.M. " " South 5.15 " Moneu Order Hunineair—Honrs from 9A. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. M. H.S.Long. P. M. Water. Our ableand learned physicians assuro us that our present water supply endangers the health and lives of our peo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 8 October 1884

(Established In 1835.) £hc Ijcffcvoonian, PUBLISHED . •AVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING j BY BLAKEY & PHOUT. Wednesday, Oclolwr S, IS^I. Tills paper Is entered at thePost-Offlce at Charlottesville. Va„ as second-class matter. Horticultural—Hints for October' THE GARDEN. This is u busy month for the gardener, as well as the farmer. The old plan to let the garden run .to waste, as having perfomed its duties for the year, is too often the case; thereby a largo crop of weeds are allowed to seed, thus giving double trouble. To the wide awake gardener this is not the case, the land is cleaned off, a dressing of manure given and ploughed in, and so thus prepare for early cultivation in the spring. The present dry weather will hardly permit late cabbage to head up, yet they should be well worked and given a chance for the late rains; should they be attacked by the green worm, a slight sprinkle of salt on each head will cause them to leave. Spinach and Kale can yet be sown, for spring sal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 October 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXX.VIII. ®he feffetjwmian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING EY BLAKE'S & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year... *' On# copy, six months.. 40 On«|copy, three m#ntha - UalMi Paid In Advance, $1.50 Will be Charged. A cony of the paper furnished without rhir??to any person who will send us 10 vamM accompanied by theoash; If preferred a oomaslMlon will be paid. TBAKSIBNTRATES FOB ADVERTISING. One«auure(one Inch) one insertion.......lt 00 Twosauares (two Inches) one ln«ertlQ»...2 00 Legal advertisements seventy-five cdnts per Square for each insertion. srSpeclal contracts made for advertisement* for a long period. kffiK W o?fc W ANU &TOINTING "at short notice. Orders from theeityand sur--siSlr trywm rec pkompt BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. THE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, CHARLTOTESVILLE. VA. Call and Interest bearing Deposits Solicit ed Discounts and renewals strictly fix per cent. DUoonnt Days—Tuesday and Friday. a V SOUTH ALL, Pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 October 1884

stabllshed In 1835.) shc |jcffmoman, published * NVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. Uotliirsilay, Ot'tober 33,188-1. This paper Is entered at tbePost-Offlceat Oil Va.. as second-clas* matter. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, fIIiOVEK CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. TIIO.HIB A. Hi;\l)ltUK; INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS—7TH DISTRICT t . T. O'FEKRILL, OK KOC'KINGIIAM COUNTY. The excitement in Danville was intense. The town is quiet now, and people begin to realize what a serious matter grew out of a trilling personal quarrel. The affray at Danville hatl 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, Nor. sth, 188.'?, the day before the election. "As between Grant and Blaine, however it would seem that anybody at the South should, on general principles, prefer the brave ond honest soldier ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 October 1884

Ihc Ifrffwsoniatt, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PKOUT, Wednesday, October 22,15N4. Larger Circulation than an; Paper In Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.30 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Cresapbakr and Ohio—Oolng West, 2.55 P.M. Going East, 11.30 A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P M Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSou(h...lo.HoA.M " •• " Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 6 30 P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : O.A O. From F.aßt 2.45 P. M •' •• West 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P.M. •« " South 5.15 " Money Order Butinett— Hours from 9A. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. M. H.B. Long , P. M. Mont D'Or. Capt. B. J. Hancock visited the recent Lorillard sale, in New York city, and bought the bay yearling colt, "Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 22 October 1884

Btablished In 1835.) ahc fcffetsonian, PUBLISHED "JVEHY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, October 23,1884. Thlspaperls entered at tbePoßt-Offlceat Oliarlottesvllle. Va., as second-class matter. Cutting: up Com There is 110 better feed for stock than cornstalks, especially for milch cows, when it is properly preserved; but a great lessening of value is made by allowing it to fully ripen on the hill, or to be exposed to a severe frost. As soon as the kernels have dented well, the crop may be put into the shock with perfect safety, the stalks containing sufficient nutriment to thoroughly mature the grain. By watching this closely, and setting to work at the right time, and crowding the job to completion, the fodder may be saved in a high state of nutritive value, and the corn go into the crib in prime condition for keeping or feeding. Another thing of importance is, to put up the shocks in a substantial way. The cutting of ten rows at a time, and putting one h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 October 1884

„tooni«m, .ifSHM) EM DAY MORNING t'.Y V & PROUT, Jf Subscription. _ IN'AWANCK. One. ~ma year *'!!? \>lib • » -,l\ "j months...* OalM> ' a id la Advance, $1.50 Will be Charged. A copy ct ll»e paper mr'ilßhod wUlioiit charge to any person who will gond ualu names accompanied by UiocftHli; If preferred auouuuiiw* .n *t't paid. TRANSIENT RAT*" FOB ADVKHTIHTK'I. Qne«quure(onC' UMih 1 one lnHertlou....--.81 <lO Two squares (two liiolie*) one Iniertlon.J IW Legal advertisement* suventy-flve cents per Hquare for each inHtertlou. 40-Speclal contracts mado for advertisements for a long period. short notice. Orders from the elty nml surrouniHng country will receive I KOMI 1 ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. The bank of albemarle, OHAKLTOTEBVILLE. VA. Oall andlnterest bearing Doposlts Solicited Discounts anil renewals strictly rix per cent. Discount Days—Tuesday and Friday. B V. SOUTHALL, ProHldent, NICHOLAS M. PAUE, Vlce-Pres't UREEN PEYTON, Cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 October 1884

Hlabll&heU In 1835.) (The Ifcffmonian, rUKMKHKI) •SVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. WrdncNilay, Octobcr SO, ISS4. Tblspaperls entered al tliePost-Offlreat Charlottesville. Va„ as seccrnd-class matter. National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, UROVDR CLEVFXANn, NEW YORK. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. IIFJV MUCKS. INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS—7TH DISTRICT O. T. O'FKHKALI., OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. The excitement in Danville was intense. The town is quiet now, anil people begin to reulize what a serious matter grew out of a trilling personal quarrel. The affray at Danville had nothing to do with politic*. We are glad, however, that this affray had no connection witli politics, but crew out of an accidental rencontre or collision between a white man and a colored man on the sidewalk. — Whig, Nov. bth, 1883, the day before the election. "As between Grant and Blaine, however it would seem that anybody at the Nouth should, on general principles, prefer the brave ond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 October 1884

Ihe IfcffctQoniiUt, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING HY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, October 8», 18M. Larger Circulation than any Paper In I'ledinont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.1(0 A. M. Clones 7.30 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. CHEsapbakr and Ohio—Golug West, 2.55 P. M. doing East, 11.80 A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midi.and— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOUKS. Office open front 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSouth...lo.3oA.M Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close on Sunday 6.30 P. M Hoars at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. A O. From East 2.45 P. M •• " Weßt I?. 30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P. M. '• '• South 5.15 " M<mey Order llutiiiesa— Honrs from OA. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. * M.H.S.Lonu, P. M. Oranil Rally. The Democrats of Albemarle will have a grand rally and barbecue at Charlottesville, on Frid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 29 October 1884

tUbllshedln 1835.) slu §effets<mian, PUBLISHED SVERV WEDNESDAY MORN INO BY BLAKEY & PROUT, WednetMlny, October 89,1884. Selected Household Hints, Here is a hint for a caroful housewife who wishes to make the most of everything. When your red table cloth is too much worn in spots to use any longer on tho table, cut the good parts in the shape of napkins, fringe them out for about an inch, if inclined to ravel easily overcast them, and it will be many a long day before any member of your family will discover that they are not regular "boughten" fruit napkins. The mothers of the present day must form the men and women of the future. No degree of masculine development can make up for the lack of mental and physical cultivation In woman. It is the mother who gives tho element of greatness. No nation can advance where everything that goes to the cultivation of woman is neglected; and no nation can fall of greatness and of success where women are genuinely respected....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 November 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. J- Ihe §cffetsoman, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING • KY BLAKE'S & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year... »' Onejcopy, six months.. Onl.copy, three months Unless Paid in Advance, $i 60 Will ba Charged. A conv of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 namis accompanied by thecash; If preferred a commission will be paid. TBAKIIINTRATRH FOR ADVERTISING. Legal advertisements seventy-live oents per Square for each Insertion. «-Speclai contracts made for advertisements for a long period. k£2S PRINTING ",!! short notice. Orders from the , clt y rounding country will receive PROMPT attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. HE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, OHAKLTOTESVILLE, VA. Gall and Interest bearing Deposits Solicited Discounts and renewals strictly tix per cent. Discount Days—Tuesday and Friday. H V SOUTHALL, President, NICHOLAS M. PAGE. Vlce-Pres't GREEN PEYTON, Cashier, R.T. MARTIN, Teller, (feb 28-ts T&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 November 1884

stabllstieil In 1833.) (The fcffctsonian, PUBLISHED SSVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. Wetlnwilaj . XoYcmber 5,1884. Thlspaperls entered attbePost-Offloeat C jarlottesvllle. V#., us second-clash matter Act W'lsclj and With FiriiuieaH. At the time of writing this, the fight for a free and honest government is going on all over the land. It is impossible for us to say positively how the contest will end. We believe that Grover Cleveland will not only be elected, but will be elected by such an overwhelming majority that the Republicans will not dare to resort to force to prevent the seating of our legally elected President. On the other hand, unless he is elected by such a majority we fear that the Republicans will use all the machinery of the Government and even the army, as far as they dare do so, to prevent a Democratic Presdent from assuming control of this Government. It behooves the Democrats to act wisely and with discretion but with firmness aud decision fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 November 1884

ihc |kffetsotrian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, November 5, 1884 Larger Circulation than any Paper In Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Offlee Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.30 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. CHE9APKAKB and Ohio—Going West, 2.55 P. M. Going East, 11.30 A. M. Washington City, Vlhoinia Midland— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P M Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSouth...lo 30 A.M Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close onSunday 6.30P.M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. A O. From Fast 2.45 P. M West 12.80 P. M V. M. •• North 2.00 P.M. " South 5.15 " Money Order Buiinent— Honrs fromflA.M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. M. H. 8. Loud, P. M. Hints for November. The Garden—The chief duty of this month is to secure the root crops, If one is so fortunate as to have them. Beets sho...

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