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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 June 1881

1 1 .5 A A Word in Kirst: IS honest. By wbiuh we do not mean, simply, not iea2. T''iitoe without saying. TI.e younf nun who, before bit beard I grown, think It clever to cheat his Ullor, or to sneak out of his little debt at college. ha already laid a fire foundation of HI fortune. Nothing l known so quickly or s'ltk to a man so long a the repu tation of dUli'iiiesty. It Is the flx k of mildew which rat and grow blacker, aud spread from year to year. Boy are fat'ioimly Mind t the lengthening shadow which these fault of sharp dealing and lying In their earliest year throw down their whole future. In a year or two they will be aklng for pat ronage from the public, or a ahance In the i.,iliies world, and they will Had that In damaging their eharatter Ihey hare already squandered thlr only cnpltil. Sn merchant would take a hoy eeti as porter, I ri t hi employ who not knowu to be boneat, In the lyiaru-r meaning of the ttirm. But l here ll a finer lionety that enter Into a man' natire and...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 June 1881

III B. f. schweier; THE OOSSTITTITIOI-TEE UJIOI-AID THE EIT0B0E1CEIT 01 THE LAWS. Editor anl Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, J UNE 22, 1SS1. NO. -25. ti titiouM tf. if not the n an 4 arr llif oul clmaetl plai. M orkui? aia krf ri.T te, lb Lan-t, or on tbe aea Hh- toil aulH life cumr-lete. itej Minrr. Slid coarse lrejal t-rl ; 1- uf ttie unVr never know AiiUI tlut luakee tbe Idler . See the Uuiiet Id the throng ! I.iuht bi heart ami clear ha wair ; Tlirouirh. artireit in iroiuen-grat. II . lor from work. tt apred t way. Mark tbe fanner' merry eye A lie jrlean the w heat anil rye. svr nl M-el, iir ploughs the and. IIaipy Id hia rhwen toiL Work of hin I, iir work of lirain. Shall not te put forth In vain ; III life Miutaiie awl iifl.hnwer, liie fur the shall Uul and dower. inly do the Mien kick" Kvrr on the mental nut, li'le. to licht the trak ahca-l Hope, to mute a downy ieU? I'le! toil that frildA onr davit, 4 ovenng op the thorny way; Never let...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 June 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. VTedneMdar, Jane 22, MSt. B. F. SCHWEIER, f nrroa asd raorairroa. Ths sew Conntitution for this State is a most objectionable docu ment in a number of point. Among the provisions of the fundamental document is one providing for the establishing of a court for every forty thousand people. The late Legisla ture paused a judicial apportionment bill ; they created nine additional judges, and put counties that do not join together in districts. There was sJwost a general complaint against the creation of more courts, and the bill for the erection of so many new judges has drawn the attention of the people of the State more than ever before to the defects of the new Con stitution. The bill creating the new courts was drawn so openly that it can be driven through "with a coach and four in hand." When it passed into the hands of Governor Hoyt he could not 6ign it ; he promptly vetoed ft, showing its unconstitutionality ; that a number of the new distri...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 June 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : fednesday, June 92, MS I. TERMS. Subscription, $1.60 par monain if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within II months. . Transient advertisements inserted at 60 eeots per inch Tor each insertion. Transient business nolfces in local col caw, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter Tear. The late Legislature passed an act to pre vent Baiaiar and Faaco at primary elec tions. The Governor has signed the act. The act reads t A Act to prevent bribery and fraad at nominating electrons, nominating; conven tions, returning boards and at elections of del gates to nominating conventions in the several counties in this Commonwealth. Section 1. Be it enacted, etc., That here after if candidate for any office within this Commonwealth shall directly or indi rectly give, offer, or promise to give, or pro cure any other person to give, offer, or promise to give to any elec...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 22 June 1881

The King and the Farmer. King Frederick of Prusnia, when be vras out riding one day.'saw an old fann er who was plowing a field and singing cheerfully over his work. "You must be well off, old man, "cried tin trino- "Does this land belong to you on which you so industriously la j.r?" "N'o, sir," replied the old man, who of course had no idea that he was speak to the king ; "I am not so rich as that I plow for wages." 'How much do you ear Jay f asked the king. "Eight grocshen," returned the man. (That would le alout twenty cents of our money.) "That is very little," said the king. "Can you tret along with it?" "Get along ! yes, indeed, and have something left." "How do yon manage ?" "Well," said the farmer, smiling, "'. will tell von. Two KToschen are for my self ami wife: with two I pay my old l..l.tM. two I irive awav for the Lord 'a sake." "Tlmt is a mvsterv which I cannot e solve," said the king. "Then I must solve it for you," re plied the farmer. "I have two old par ents at hom...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 June 1881

V ft. fit 1 E flll'll TBS OOI3TmmOI-TEE IIIOI-IXD THE UTOMDOJT 01 THE Hl Editor and Proprietor. B. F. SCHWKIER. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1881. NO. 26. VOL. XXXY. iiiii THE GOLDKN SLDK. . There is many a mt on Use road of life If we would only Mop to take it ; And man; a tone from the better land. If the querulous heart would wake it To the sunnj soul that is full of hope. And whuw beautiful trust ne'er faileth. The irrass is green and the flowers are bright. Though the wintry storm prevailetb. Better to hope, though the clouds hang kiw. And keep the eyes still lifted. For the sweet blue sky will soon peep through. When the ominous clouds are rifted. There nvver was a nlgbt without a day, or an evening without a morning. And the darkest hour, so the proverb goes. Is the hour before the dawning. There is many a gem in the path of life, Which we pass in our idle pleasure. That is richer far than the Jeweled crown, or the miser's hoarded treasure ; It may...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 June 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. TTedneday, June 99, 1981. B. F. SCHWEIER, Korroa Alto raortirroa. Thz first new wheat in market this vear from Maryland State sold in the Baltimore market at $1.25 per toabeL Ix Russia there is a great strain ; the Government ia terrorized by the Nihilists, and the NiLilista are terror ized bv Government Isdias militia shot a white man, a trespasser on the lands of the Choc taw nation, a few days ago, and now there is great excitement along the border. Miss Jaxt. Gallaohlr, a preposse ing young lady of Ephrata, Lanc&s ter county, committed suicide on the 22nd inst She drank two ounces of laudanum. A. great storm, near Seneca, Kan sas, prevailed a few days ago. A number of houses were blown down, and a large elevator at Alarysville was blown to pieces. A womax in Jackson county, Ten nessee, has made her husband happy by presenting him with a family of seven children at one time. So the Louisville Courier Journal savs. Pheside-nt GAfcFifXia d...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 June 1881

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : rremT, June 39, 1SS1. TERMS. Subscription, $1X0 per annum if paid within 12 month; $2.00 If not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. , Transient business notices in total col obd, 10 cent per line for each insertion. Dednctions wiii be made to those desiring to advertise by the fear, half or quarter rear. A Comet Cometq. About the 1st of Jane a South American astronomer discovered acouiet of large sise. For some reason or other the fact was not made public till list week, when people in North America began to see the comet with the naked eye. Newspapers that were priced on but Thursday and Friday spoke of it ss having been Been by people of their respective localities. In this Community the comet wss first seen by Colonel William bell on Thursday morning, June 23, at 2J o'clock, la a northeasterly direction. The management of the Warner Astronomical Observatory of Rochester, X. X., La...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 29 June 1881

Floor 111. The difference between the niilla now used for the manufacture of flour and those of balfa century ago are marked as those between the modern woolen mill and the old fashioned loom in which homespun cloth was manufactured for the purpose of providing stout and serviceable garments to clothe the hardworking farmer and his sons. In ancient times wheaten bread was the exception ; the daily bread of the rural household was made of rye and Indian corn. Two or three bushels of wheat was regarded as a sufficient allow ance for a moderate family, and that ground into ft jut was kept for sucb state occasions as quillings, weddings, Thanks givings and other nclidajs, on which the good wife was wont to exercise her culi nary skill in compounding shortcake to grace the bountifully spread table. It was also considered the proper thing to have a loaf or two of wheat bread on hand in the house should the clergyman or oilier respected visitor come to take tea. The grinding of the wheat w...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 July 1881

fr tilt ! ;1 ' 1! B. F- SCHWEIER, THE 001ST1TUT101 THE U1T0H AID THE EITOBOEKEBT OF THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., AVEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1881. NO. 27. A ... A yfV gum ctwiict jm. mm y pjiim KOl-B-I-EAFKU CLOVK.K. v,f, s-TU-li-i ci..l lleck-a .11 ine sky, " V twilight still ileiHTtDg. u hrn to bir child a mother mil J (Tied, -Mv, where were you staying? -o mo"er. ier. I wandered far B, ndd aod copse wood cover, ,nJ searched in v.n,h grassy plain, Kur one small tour-leafed clover. -1 bug to dream a lovely dream. Mid wate to nnd it reai" - ikh. aimple child," the mother smile.!. - Too well oo love the ideaL But loot hesi'de Jon my stoiie, Mv reckless little row. K, very mar I see from here wi long sought f.mr-iealrd clour. - tad think. May. -tua Ka,1,er " i,reen in the cowl gray gloaming. How often grow close by and low The gilt, we seek M roaming. Then, if von learn to Oud at home -mail jovs vou once looked over. You'll We. the day you ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 July 1881

IESTINEL & REPUBLICAN " MIFFLIXTOWN. We4aedar, JalT 13, 1S81. B. F. SCn WE IE R, BDITOB A FKOrBIKTOB. The Lesson of the Assassination. If tbe murderous assault upon Presi dent Garfield fails to impress the minds of tbe people of the Republic with the lesson that it naturally teaches, then indeed has the President been a victim and a martyr without good result. The assassin, of coarse, did not de sire to teach tbroagh bts murderous assault that tbe grade of ffioe seekers, of which be is to a certain degree a representative man, must be obanged or raised if tbe Republic is to lire. The shooting of tbe President has opened the eyes of all tbe people so (bat they see tbe quality of men that are in office, and are being pressed for official appointment. Tbe lowest grade of men are being appointed to office. Men that have been elected to Con gress, and other offices npon little other qualification than animal cunning, hare allowed themselves to be pressed by the most ticious classes o...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 July 1881

?SENTLEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN: July is. TERMS .rKai per annum if pMd "C.ttt advertisements inserted at 50 inch for each insertion. "XiKrnt bas notices in local col- .10 cents per liw ,or ech n8"r,,!on: Ktions be made to those tesmng M rfverti- by ie Jear, belt or quarter Tr. Ceaunittee Meeting. n,. Ret-Jblican County Comuiittee will -tin the Orphans' Court Kooia in the Coat House is Motown, on SATUKDAr. IVIX 23, 1881. Vk P. Use trnusacti.ou of t"e p. THOMPSON, Chairman: ihe icllcwing mol gentlemen compose the Committee W. Postes Thompson-, Mexico, Chair- ... . u- H B r. J S Martn. MiflliDlowo " " a--. - . u,iuton r u. Fanagh-WiUiani Rickcubaugh, Jacob a. .wis MlintDlOwo i v. B ffiTterlj A allagher, Mexico P O ; Mi imA Coldren, Van W'ert P O. lW-G S Mettcrliug, G S Gr.)bill, " Grel-W A Kebter, H F Zeiders, Dimoiville P 0. . , . Sasquehanna A R Troutman, Jos Kara, E Shurtt, East rMlcm P O J Hntle, Tuonipsontown P O. ' Tbompsoiitown Levi Myers, J S Vine, Thmirfuoto11 ' Patterso...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 13 July 1881

3 . - sal - - - -W mi S JU ! I 1 L "Tr: I ...--rv I DOMESTIC. I ltnioBots. A nil igmniiiF. nVlltlUVAJJi v -a. i I I Professor Colladon, of Geneva published Ihe conclusion several year ago that when lightning strikes tree it U received on the ends of the branches, which, being excel lent conductors, lead it, without suffering disturbance, down fo the large limbi. Thence it descends to the main limbs and the trunk, whose conducting power, in trinsically inferior to that of the smaller I cannta of th toD. IS inSUfB- cient'to sustain the concentrated force ot the currents which have united here fran the thousand channels by which they hare so far descended. Here, then, generally appear the first marks of the shock, not be cause the lightning has struck tt.e tree at that pice, as might be superficially sup posed, but because the conducting powers of the tree begin to fail at this point. This view was satisfactorily confirmed by the effect of the lightting upon a poplar tree which was str...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 July 1881

r jiiiifi wiil fe nil 1 WW B F. sCHWEIER. TEE 00I8TIT U I'iOI THE TTHOI AID THE EXFOBOEKEIT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, J ULY 20, 1881. NO. 28. V-'i l-A PAKTINW. ,nx m l western chamber. wveriet of anitior. uJ clM" ,tK)ve the drow.jr daj ; UrA-r u wi Bhme thtf uue to-morrow, 'Tiie to-iuorrow night. ,k.n-tilie radiance dimmer. v'"' Tfcaut star omes. shining tremulously, n, una Ji4(jUlt Chouse glimmer jj m! ' ...u d ten of the e ; At "r ' KlU nug me trembling .warilght T ! tuei'a-whiteitaveiiuiuieaiiore, "ia.'.ic.u.eihef flight A! iiSSwp: bat "",u come no more" , .......rwSrK speetres of parting Ewr . ...r,h their eirJ hands, saddci ui:i our Tj even here tut tears are starting. r':'Jr ua.is the empty chair upon the hearth ; 7 .-. t,mrht:r sanies, though hearts are bro- :jl ilL,IT 'rU :. hf r children to her breast, Tffndir tuaes in her mute mound all token .L heart-throb ot a Mrt unrest. Btlfct.lNU HI HE-tKT. .. .i.,wnn...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 July 1881

fia nti tr rtijt kutt M i tt'tj 1 1 1 H v y., w i . ia tw-Ljtlrtfa liiinniliinnlnmimnniin 8ENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIXTOWN. Wednesday, July 20, IS1. B. F. SCHWEIEPv, fcMtXB AXD riOPBIETOR. Opium eating is on the increase in this country. Gev. Loxostkeet is United SUtes Marshal of Georgia. Tei ice in the arctic region is just beginning to break np. The crops in Germany are report el at one-half to two-thirds full. Obiscoji did not eat during a period of 45 days, but he drank a quart of water a day. Cases of 6tin stroke are not con fined to America ; the telegraph rc jKjrts many coses from across the sea. It was singular that l'ottstown, IV, (should have two suicides in one day, as was the cjikc on the 11th inst One man hanged himself, the other luaa cut bis own throat A cibcus that was advertised to show at Wilkesbarre, passed that town be cause of the small-pox in the place. The men became alarmed and refused Iti stop there, feuriag the disease. The New York Legislature in join...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 July 1881

V .Js. - & REPUBLICAN LtivTim ,rt., TfRUS. '. - 1150 per annum if paid -it.. ' . ! Ml . r BoUi- -r,t!,,mrnt inserted at uu incest F" , ihoM desinne i' 1 Th, Kcp-iWif" County Committee will j TW . ..'Cuiirt Kuom in the I fHfiii:intoWr,TOn SATTKDAT. JCLT 24, ltSl, Tor the transaction of ctof-P1 r THOMrO.N, Chairman, j Committee: towo- W H Kogew, J S Martin, K Fnspn-Wiliiim Kickei.baugh, Jacob ' vriiintown I'll. K iZZj a!I.fcer. Mexico PO; Mi , .r-en! Van W'crl P O. .GSJletterKng, GS Grajb'.l!, A Krister. U F Zeiders, WaehDa-A R Troutman, Jos Kain, "nSlieS E ShnrU, East S!em P O ; .. u.nk'f Taoir.ps&ntown P O. ' ioW'"s,0,ru-LeVi M-VerS' J S Vi"e8' WTlC0i-. C W Mayer, Pat-"ori-S K il'iltem, rtterson PO; r-ir.tb-oT, Walnut 1 0. Tort K'yal " G A'U-r, John P Wharton, Prt llfvj P O. TnTKo Arburfclc, McCulloch's v.:a0; 1 1 VrM-ilIin, E. Watertnnl P O. Tnre Hill-W J Kvans. Pleasant View TO; FE Mcniirger, Spruce Hill P O. jurbett J N Groninger, J K O Graham, rortkovJPO. . Ixl-H S'umi, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 20 July 1881

Ufa Id Mm Tropica. What first strike the stranger in the state of Colombia, South America, as in an y tropical country, is the utter want of thrift that pervades every occupation. The ground is untitled, the fruit is almost wild, the great cities are without reservoirs, and in short nolbing.is done which can be left in undone. A huge array of help is required hcuse-keepinz to do tli? work of two or three servants, and these establishments drift along wi-Ji little system or manage ment. Mistress and n aid lounge in dreamy. indolent ease The meza who waits upou you is a beautiful Indian girL She gems the braids of her long jetty hair with star jesaamir.e flowers, but ha cleanliness and honesty are questions ot grave doubt. She is a picture lor a painter, a Hopeless proo lem for a house-keeper, as unlrac table and unreachable as a wild deer. Like most of the lower classes in South America, the In Uians are natural thieves and too indjlent to work for anything they can get in an easier ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 July 1881

ft WW g F. SCHWEIER, THE OOI8TTTUTI0I-THE UHOIT AID THE ETFOEOEKUT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXV. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. 1SS1. NO. 29. THK TIME I" SHORT. frt-l me thresd of life i h-n.ler. .Kui hfirt to other hearts more tenWr, nx-nl' Tlwt"n''!"'hon- A P " k Mma ! eromi-le tnto nsught ; W T'ife ,.niera.leWw-lliM, ,, ul lb loe lot tune micrniinjr; I P- B; ,, of better .le1 nd thought ; fl'er urn,. t thy .iht 1. taitt. 1Jf,tot T11(,,llnfl,,hort. . ,h rtl lb"" "Phl hveUiDe; when ''"Ihw Iif.' fhol'-ert wmoiu brought ; . I.."-"'. " I'''"1"' P"""1 "h"-T- The m .h.wl Then I tht heirt brother's The lime l hi.rt. lM k4rt fnen . ""' " "' YiniH-i impair 'l ". P'" tHouaHl ; ?L, in thi mm l. m wM .n.l Hl.m ever, k The nine ". Lnn n : 'heir work i.-reTer wr.i1it. ' pjvc. Ihe mow sixt tern will cmrer ; The time l h.rt. , . n nit : ,h-f bt i"m 'lMk ' ' return In Utter ein wTnM i r,rt tbfwlf. When .ItHf nre! enllelh. The lime H hort. K, n! the H' "" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 July 1881

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Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 July 1881

r a sMINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN : l. 1 Hdesiaj,- July air, issi. TEEMS. BWSsiription, $1-50 per annum if paid .-Uhin 12 months? $2.00 if not paid within o month. Transient adrertisementa inserted at 50 rents per inch fureach insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn 10 cents per linofor each insertion. Deductions wCl txi made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter vear. ' Meeting of Republican County Committee. The Republican Cofinty Committee, pur suant to call of Chairman, met Will's nutol, Jfifflintown, Saturday, July ;m, Ibdl, t 2 o'clock P. M. The Committee was called to order by Chairman W. P. Thomp son. Oa re jtion P. D. Hairlin was elected Sec retary pro ten . 0a Amotion of L. S. McAlistcr, SATCKDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1881. vat tht date fixed upon for holding the Primary Election. An amendment filing the date on September 10th, was voted yjewn. On motion the Chairman was directed to Vsued a call lor the Primary Election for the above da...

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