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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 6 October 1880

I rim.. 11 * 1 *■" " ' ■ !■»" I mi 111 ■, ■« i- I«■ •» V W> J V" • TT" •" • ' • p " r_ r,t : "T " I —" OL!> SERIES VOL. XXXYIII. C|e |cffcrsonian, PUBLISHED KVBJtT WKUSEBUAV HORNING' lIV FRANK N. BARKSUALE & CO. PnOPHIETOKS: 7. N. BAEKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY._ TRKYDOIf 4IIHSCIIIPTrOS— IN ADVANCE! Ouooopy, one year 81 00 One copy, six months 7*3 One o~>py three months ft" Oiiooopyone month.. 25 G I* (7118. Ten copies one year, eacli 51 00 11 is not required that Clubs be made lip at One poft-omce. Payment must accompany every order. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise (Jiubs; if preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to be con tin tied at the option of the publishers, unless all arrearages arc paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. One nquarofolielnch)one Insertion fI.OO Two w|iinro!t(twn Inches) one Insert 1011. 2.00 litcnl alveHlstemonts sevent...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 6 October 1880

Cjje leffcrsoniait. (Rataliilihed In 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE& CO. This paper 1« entered at. tlio Post-OMceat Churlottosviilt, Vs., an second-elans matter. i *■- === WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER fl, IHWI. jstatioistal" pEMOCRyMIC J'ICKET. FOR PRESIDENT: WINFIELDS. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Of Imlimia. ELECTORS AT I.ARGE: JOHN* ECHOLS,of Augusta, I'. \V. McKINNEY, of Prince Edward. DISTRICT ELECTORS : First Dist,—THOMAS CROXTON, of Essex. BeOon"d.--li. K. WATTS, of Portsmouth. Third.—HILIvCARTER. of Ilnnover. Fourth.—SAM'L L. COLEMAN, of CuujbTd. Fifth.—J. S. KEDD, of Henry. Sixth.—S. FIN, of Bedford. Scvoilth.—!•'. M. McMULLAN, of Greene. Eighth.- J.Y. MENIFEE,of Rnppnhaiuiock. Ninth.—a. R. HENRY, of Tazewell. I Foil CoN'ORF-ss—Seventh District. HENRY J!. ALLEN, of Shenandoah. The present conditiou of political affairs in Virginia demands the strictest attention of every lover of his State. "A crisis in her history is at hand, aiid the Demo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 6 October 1880

Cjjt Jtffcoffitiait. dWbllsted In 1885.1 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER B, 1880. JLiOC A.I < MATTERS. Charlottesville Poßt Office Notice. Day Mulls close—Going South, 11.10 a. m. Going West, 11.55 a.m. Going East, 11.55 p. m. (Joint: North, 4.00 p.m. Night Malls close for nil points at G .80 p. in. Bunday Hours—Office open from 1 to 2 p. m. Mulls close going south, 10.15 a. m. " North, 4.110 p. in. Night Moils closc nt 0.80 p. m. Money Order buslnesß closes on Saturday at 4p. in. No Money Order business transacted ou Sunday. Office opens dally (except Sunday) at 7 a.m. Closes at 0.80 p. in. M. H.S.LONG, P.M. Post Office University of Virginia. Office opens 7.80 a. m. Closes at 6.00 p. m. •Iflght malls Trom all points opensS.oo a.m. Mails from Richmond and Washington topens nt 1.00 p. m. From Lynchburg and Ntannton at 5 p. m. Mails close lor South and West through Lynchburg and Staunton at 11.00 a. m„ and for North and East through Washington und Richmond.at 8.00 p. m. Night, malls cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 6 October 1880

Cijc Jcffcrsonun. ( EstaW.twoil in 18JJA.) BY F. N. BARIiBDALE & CoT This pal'fis tnivrxiU sit the I'oaUOlMccat Vn., as sccoml-chiKs matter. W Kl>A \\ Ot T( <«, 18*0. r—' mmm » -r— 1 ■" * ifrlii arm< The Domestic and Foreign Wine IndustryIt is not an extravagant prediction that within flic next twenty-five years the United States will lead all other countries iu the production and exportation of wines. The representations of M. Leroy-Beaulieu, in a late number of the Economist a Francais, concerning the resistless ravages of the phylloxera upon the vineyards of France, and of the rapid decadence of the wine interest in that country, are truly staitling. From 1830, to 1848 the annual wine product of France was about 500,000,000 galloin; during the last years of the empire it exceeded 1,405.000,000 gallons; nnd in 186!' it reached about 1,805,000,* 000 gallons. In the year following, ihe production was reduced more than forty cent, by Ihe p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 November 1880

OL!> SERIES VOL. XXXYIII. )■ Cjje J'cffersmuatt, PUBLISHED KVBiIV WEDXESOAV UOItMNU' BY FRANK N. BARKSDALE & GO. proprietors: P. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. FRY. TKRMSOF-HUBSCRIPTrON—IN ADVANCE i One copy, one year .. 51 00 One copy, six months .. 75 One c »py three months...., 50 Oneoopyone month 25 CLUIIS. Tan copies one year, each 51 00 It is not required that Clubs he matle up at 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. Al 1 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. One square (one Inch) one Insertion $l.OO Two squares(t.wolnches)ono insertion. 2.00 Ijeeal advertisements seventy-five cents per miuare for cacti Insertion. v#».Speciul contracts made for advertisementsfor a longer period. JOII WORK.—We are pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 November 1880

Cjjc Jeffcrsotuan. (Establishedln 1835.) BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO This paper Is entered at the Post-Oftlceat Charlottesville, Va., as second-claps matter. WEDNESDAY,NOVEMBER 21,1850. The New York Times hns started a subscription for the purpose of raising a fund of $250,000 as a pension for our ex-presidents. The project seems to be taking with the friends of Gen. Grant in the North, and they are responding liberally. The old adage "a fool and his money goon parts" iinds a realization in this enterprise. If expresidents are elephants on our hands, why not establish by law a post*presidential poor house for the accommodation of these national paupers. But wesce no reason why they should rctiro from office, paupers. They are paid an abundant salary. A great deal of their necessary expenses are paid by the government, their house rent is given them, and if they practice a becoming economy, while in office, they cun retire comfortably wealthy. When they cease to be Presidents...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 November 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Agents for tlie Jcffprsoniftn# —o—jn Greene County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH. in Madison County, M*. C. C. YAGER. These gentlemen fire HUtliorieed to receive land receipt for all monies due this paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders Ifor all kinds of work. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Day Malls closc—Going South, 11.40 a. m. Going West, 11.55 a. ill. Going East, 11.55 p. ni. 'Going North, 4 OH p.m. Night Malls close for all points at 830 p. m. Sunday Hours—Office open from 1 to 2 p. m. Mails close going Soutli, 10.4.5 a. ill. " North, 4.00 p. in. Night Malls closu at. (i.SO p. m. Monev Order business closes on Saturday at 4p. in. No Money Order busluess transacted on Sunday. Office opens daily (except Sunday)at 7 a.m. Closes at 0.30 p. hi. M. U.S. LoNO, P. M. Pant OHlee University of Virginia. Office opens 7.30 a. ni. Closes at <l.OO p. m. Night mails from all points opensß.W a.m. Mails from Richmond and Washington 'opens at 100 p. in. From Lyn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 November 1880

C|jt Jeffcrsotuan. (Rfttablutedin 1835.) WEPNEMDAY, NOVKMItKIT24. )BWO.~ Hour, Farm. [For the jEFrERSoMJAW.] TEFZARMER'S DAUGHTER. AAw af:<fcrmer's wife I have often ' thotightwrzhat are we to do with our • daughters. We live in the country and must* iriake up our minds to enjoy . country* life, and not linger for the 'pleasures of the great cities. So much i for thffcj'easures, but, you will say, i how can wo make our daughters use- ; furl ?\NWa cannot eet them to out-door work, -ae we can our sons, they can i neither plough nor sow: and if we ■ could'send them to the University and go Übroiigh a course of chemistry or geology-, that would not help us much, i Quite 4«>e, but remember he who saves 4i cent makes a cent, and the •young (Uwly who saves her mother an extra servant in the house is helping in ;itl»e family economy just ns much : as her brother who helps on the farm. When there were but two courses open i to Indies of moderate means—either to stay at ...

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

Bkotwro gepMtim OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. J- CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1880. Cjje ftffersimiait, PUBLISHED KVHJtY WKOBfHSDAV HORNING' BV FRANK N. BARKSDAIE & CO. PROPRIETORS: T. N. BARKSDALE, A. S. BLAKEY, V. 0. FRY. lUßsoßiPTios—m ADVANCE: "due oopy, Oil# year _..._ (100 One copy, six months - 73 One copy three months.... 60 Oneoopyone month.. 25 CLUBS. IWs edples one year, each >..< l 00 ft Is not required that Clubs be made up at Oae post-office. Payment must accompany evory order. A • opy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. All subscriptions to bo continued at tho option ofthe publishers,unless all arrearages are paid up. A specimen copy sent free on application. » —■ Transient Bates for Advertising. One square (one Inuh) one Insertion SI.OO Two squares(two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 Sjecal advertisements seventy-live cents per square for each Insertion. contra...

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

Cjjt feffersonian. (Estab.ished In 1335.) BY P. N. BARKBDALE & CO. This paper is entered at the POst-Ofliceat O larlottesville, Va., as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY. DECEMIIEIi 1, 1880. tSL ■ ■ . :—, . ■" "" ■ .. . It seeing pretty well determined, by tho newspapers at least, that the next election must settle the State debt. It ia gratifying to note the unanimity with which all parties ngree on this point, but thus far only are all classes together. No definite line of action, by hich that desirable consummation can be secured is offered by .any party. Every body seems to be inspired with certain vague an! indefinite "hopes that a satisfactory settlement can be aceomplished, but no decided actiou is being taken iu that direction. It is our opinion that it ought to bo fettled, it can be settled and must be settled. We are all sick of it, and of the agitation whigh years of unfortunate legislation has produced. The thing has sat npou us like an incubus, crushing the lif...

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

Cjfc ItffcrsDithiu (iSaLßblisl'ed in 1835.) WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1880. JLOO /U, MATTERS. for the Jeffi'i'sonintat —O — In Greene County, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH, in Madison County, Mr. Cs C. YAGER. These gentlemen are itltlhorized to receive ami recotpt for all monies due this paper, and also to receive subscriptions and orders for Jill kinds of work. Charlottesville Post Office Notice. Day Mails close—Going South, 11.10 a. m. Going West, 11./is*im. Going East, 11..V> p. ni. Going North, 4.00 p.m. Kight Mails close for all points at 0 .M 0 p. m. Sunday Hours—OflSoe open from 1 to 2 p. m. . Malls close going South, 10.15 a. m. u North, 4.00 p. m. Night. Mails close at 6.30 p. m. Money Order business closes on Saturday tot 4p. lii. No Money Order business transacted on Sunday. Ofllce opens dally(except Sunday)at7a.m. Closes at 0.30 p. m. M. H. S. Long, P. M. JPost Office University of Virginia. Ofllce opens 7.30 a. ni. Closes at 0.00 p. m. Nlglit malls from all points opensft.OO...

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

C|c |tffcrs®niait, (KHlabUsf cd 111 1885.1 WEDNESDAY, DECEMIIEK 1, 18*0. «- -i. ■ » —-——r Our Wheat Crop and the Foreign Demand- The wheat crop of 1-880 and the foreign demand for our grain are elaborately computed in Bradelreet's Reporter. That journal says : __ "Up to September the reports to BradstreeVs indicate a total yield for the entire wheat-growing regions of the United.States of 465,692,000 bushels. It was stated on October 0, that in all likelihood the later reports giving the full results of threshings would not reveal a total actual yield, much, if any, beyond 455,000,000 bushels. Fairly complete returns received during the mouth of October from all parts of the country warrant the presentation of a final summary, the accuracy of which we believe will be established when the marketings of the year come to be summed up These returns show a total yield of wheat for 1880 of 455,649,000 bushels. The returns for the New England States remain at 1,000,000 bushels ; for the Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 January 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. I " Cjje Jeffersoittan, PUBLISHED CVKIY WKDKKSDAV UORXINGBY FRANK N. BARKSIIAIE & GO. PROPHIBTORS: 7. N. BARKSDALE, A. E. BLAKEY, W. 0. FEY. • . TRRHsor JiUßsoniPTroN— in advance: Oneuopy.oneyear fl 00 Q no copy, six months 75 One copy three months 50 Queaopyonc month 25 CLUB 9. Tun coplan one year, each SI 00 It In not required thut Clubs be made up at <one post-office. Payment must accompany every order. A • opy of the paper furnished without charge to those who raise Clubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. A.ll subscriptions to be continued at the optlon o,ftho publishers, unless all arrearages are paid up. A speclmou copy sent free on application. Transient Bates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion JI.OO Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion. 2.00 advertisements seventy-flve cents per » -j miro for each Insertion. W Special contracts made for advertisements for a longer period. —— « JOB WORK.—We are prepared...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 January 1881

C|t Jcffcrson'tan. (Established in 1835.) "BY F. N. BARKSDALE & CO. This paper is entered nt the Post-OfTiceat C »irl<#ttcsville, Va„ as second-class matter. WBDNEHIIA V. .IAMTAHY 12, IRHI Conger, the guyascutus of the Northwest, will be the r.ext Seuator from Michigan. It is said that Gen. Garfield thinks well of tlie suggestion that Senator Bruce should have a place in the cabinet. We will bet treats that Garfield wUI never put him there. Little Eugene Hale, son-in-law of tlie late lamented Zachariah Chandler, and at one time a representative from Maine, will succeed that moss-covered fossil Hannibal Hamlin, as Senator from the pine tree State. That excellent Old Virginia journal the Alexandria Gazette has entered on lis eighty-second year. Although in years it is cne of the oldest, in vigor is one of the strongest journals in the land. , Col. James G. Fair, a Democrat will succeed Hon. V'm. Sharon, as Senator from Nevada. Greek has met Greik in this contest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 January 1881

Cjjc Jcffcrsoittan (Ksiahllsltd In ItSfO \VMI>NKSJ»AY, JANUARY 18, 1881. g"'-- ■ - - - , LOCA.I, MATTERS. Agents for t.H* dfcflVrgoiilan. —o—in Greeno CouiUy, Mr. JOSEPH SMITH. £n Madlibli County, Mr. C. C. YAGER. These gchtlemcn are authorized to receive fend receipt for all monies due this paper, and Also to receive subscriptions and orders fdr nil kinds of work. Chavlottesville Post Office Kotice. Day Mails close—Going South, 11.10 a. m. Going West, 11.55 a. in Going East, 4.00 p. in. Going North, 4.25 p.m. fright Mails close for all pojnts at 0 30 p. in. Sunday Hours—Offlcfe open from 1 to 2 p. m. Mails close going Month, 10.45 a. in. " North, 4.125 p. m. Niglu Mails close at O.Jtt) p. m. Money Ordei* business closes on Saturday at 4 p.m. No Money Order business transacted on Sunday. Office opens daily (except Sunday)nt 7a.m. Closes at 0.30 p. m» m M. 11. S.LONG, P.M. I 4 oh I Oilice l'n I verslty of Virginia. Office opens 7.30 a. m. Closest 0.00 p. iij. Night mails f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 January 1881

Cbc Icffcrsoiuait. J • (Htotab.lnned In 1835.) "BY v. N. barksdale A COT ThU paper in entered nt the Poat-Ofliceat C i u*l Attesvllle, Va., ns second-class matter. VV Vl>\ r.SDA Y. JANUARY 12,1881. H°me, Farm. WINE MAKING IN PIEDMONT REGION- We take the following very interesting article on wine making and grapo growing from the late report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. It was contributed to that work by Oscar Reierson Ksq., Secretary of the Monticcllo \\ iue Company. The Slonticello Wine Company was organized in May, 1873, cellars built and finished with casks, vats, press, grape mill and other necessary fixtures during that summer, making the first wine crop of that year during September, October and November. There was not at that time Hullicicnt grapes planted to make it remunerative, which was recognized by the few grape growers who combined to start it. It was built in order to afford a sure home market for grapes, and thus encourage their culture, as it was a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 February 1881

OLD SERIES VOL. XXXVIII. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1831. Cjjt Jcffersaman, . PUBLISHED CVBJtY WEDKfiSDAY HORNING BY PRANK N. BARKSVAIE & CO. PKOI'UIisTOBS: -7. N. BARKSDALE, A. R. BLAKEY, W. 0. FBY. j. Ts!l>fS<*F 4IJ B-iCItIPTION —IN ADVANCE? copy, one year .. $1 00 ,-j »o copy, six monthH .. 7j me o »py iliree months 50 O^eoopyone month .. 25 CLUBS. 'Ten copies one year, eacn «... $1 00 t Ills net 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 (.Hubs; If preferred, commission will be paid. \ A. I 1 subscriptions to be continued at the opUon of the publishers, unless till arrearages Ire paid up. A. specimen copy sent free on application. Transient Rates for Advertising. One square (one Inch) one Insertion $l.OO T vo squares(two Inches) one Insert lon. 2.00 L iinl a I vertUe-nents seventy-five cents per s iirtro for eaoli inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 February 1881

Cbf Ifffrrsonian. (Estab.lsned In 1835.) "by f. n. barksdaleacoT This paper Is entered irt tlurPogt-Ofllccat (; larlottesYltle, Vn., :ix second-clues matter. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 1881. Gen Mnhone has made application to the United States Court fir leave to redeem the A. j\l. & O. Railroad. His petition «a* heard yesterday, two days in advance of the sale. As an instance of the meeting of two extremes, it is said in Washington that the colossal ponderosity of Hon. David Davis and the lilliputian anato my of Senator Malione will stand together, as Democrats, in tbe organization of the Senate. Another Kentucky murderer has gone unwhipt of justice. I'uford, who brutally murdered Judge Elliot soir.e time since has been acquitted and scut u> a lunatic asylum. Kentucky law seems not to appreciate tho Shaks» peareat! truism "mercy but murders, pardoning those that kill.'' Kef. Henry Ward lieecher was so much pleased with his reception in Richmond, that on his return to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 February 1881

Jeffcrsuniar (F.matillsl eil In 1H85.) . W KTIN&KDAY. FEBRUAKY "l)~i»sT LOO AI MA T' FKKS. The Weather.—The range of the them momcter for thd past week was as foU lows: Wednesday, 9. ' Saturday, 9. Thursday, 16. Sunday, 20. Friday, 11. Monday, 17. Tuesday 32. A pretty good winter's temperature for Vcnner's much vaunted thaSv ! * Robert Hume, the A*g4o- American whose troubles wc noted last week, has been acquitted of the charge ./ ttf murder. The woman with whose murder l)« was charged, it seema, was killed "by the acteMental discharge of Hume's pisirhtafc, she was handling. Hume's was received with applause by Wm Dumber of spectators, who had gv «een drawn tolhejjrial. • Time KeWei.—One of tho watchcs wo hare seen for a rip»' Bo exhibition at the store perfect time keeper and warranted not to vary fire minutes in % year. It cost $5OO. Southern Rich Men in New York.—A torittr Irom New York gives an interests ing account of the rich Southerners of the great metropolis. In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 February 1881

ST-bc Icffcrsanian. U v - (E*Mb.tsheclin 1335.) ~BY I . N. BAKKSDALE & CO Tliis paper is entered at the Post-OHiceat C lirldtteavllle, Vn„ ns second-elnss matter. SVtf L>N KSDA V. FEBRUARY 9,1881. Home, Faim Work for the Month-February. The winter, up to tho close of the first mouth of the year, lnis been so severe that no progress has b?en made in any out door work, and when Spring opens much ordinarily despatched at this season will be found pressing to be performed. Thorough preparation however, and thoughtful plans are now in order, and will make the tasks to be done all the easier of accomplishment when they may be approached. eowrNo clover sei'.d. Many of our best farmers like to sow iii this month or in March, and, it' practicable, when snow is on the ground, which —melting —carries the seed down and into crevicies left by the frost, there to germinate. Seed, too, sowii on the ground when it is frozen will become imbedded in the soil as it thaws, and so...

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