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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 30 June 1883

TUB ALB ANT ECHO. iUTURDAT, i Ctottte Co, Dodge City, At We respectfully notify our tomers that, in order to en- able oar employees to attend Day Celebration, will be closed on Jn- Uplli, 1883, fron> 9 a. m., to 5 p.m. > « F. E. coxrad & Go. N. 1 W. E. Wig lit Elliot?* 4 O. N. Albany, June 16,1888. "35*7—r Wilson's. >s Albany is noted for its ac- commodating business men, among the number is to be found i N. H. BURNS, the hardware man. His place of business is on the west side If the square, where he keeps everything usually found in a first-class hardware house, and many articles not strictly be- longing to that line. The main salesroom and tin-shop is 90x100 feet There are two warerooms connected .with this establish- ment, one 80s40 feet, the other 25x50 feet. One noticable feat- ure about this house is, there is no vacant shelving or empty corners. Mr. Burns commenc- ed business here January, 1883, since which time he has been forced by a heslthy increase in busines...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 30 June 1883

«i ij, Xtidleial DMrlel. T. B. Wheeler, f - LKttri-t Jndjr*. A it Calhoun, - District Allwriwy. Court convenes the third Monday in February and September. aud may sit two weeks. ■ . ' <> -? i •>' S3: -u there h a refreshing breeze fruoi the Gulf of Mexico. whicli hcowi'.u for health of Ute county 1c :i great ■ LAXOS- The bulk of the hind* ofchis county are state lands. fomprMtiy school. asylum and unlver-ity laud*. There is a large body of land known as iMers'.oolouy, also a large body of land ownerf by ti e Frspico-Texaii L*«K<amt«ny, and several * ■H I 1 «4pd6eetion«* 1 by indlvidi ndm. - PH—Wi County Treasurer. - 'fine Aa*iB* r. V • • imytttui; County Attorney. J.fi*pre't ,, No. 1 ftfe. * Sp .«*••• jsPM IcAmis, " . " Uerron Constable larre.C " j •• 2 u*r 'W ji K Si - 18W. tlie total asrsrd property of ity wm for the amount of f7A5.- and iorihe year *Utt7.H'jO.- wfug an increas^W $2S2.u37.10. good .-honing in flic tn«\ of the that the large Mw ljlof cattle hive been di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 7 July 1883

OLD SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 28 ALBANY, SHACKELFORD <?OUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883. NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. 7 * If Arrive and mall, arrive 5 SOin the nail, departs 10 In the Pluilip Wilson, Agent ,ma. a t. c. r. B.. arrive dally at 5 K) p. mM and depart daily at 8 10 a.m. jH and^ north, dij^ Ifce wring! r;SStt-*0d",Tive ly Sunday from 1 to 9 Think gently of the erring! Yeknow not of the power Witb which the dark temptation came, some unguarded hour. Ye may not know how earnestly They struggle, or how well, Until the hour of weakness came, And sadly tbuathey fall. Oh, do not thou forget, However darkly stained by sin, He to thy brother yet. Heir of these lf-tuMne herlfaue; Child of the self-same God, He hath but stumbled in the path, Thou haft in weakneis trod. gently to the erring! to ltnoteuough Albany, Shackelford Co W •peak kindly to the erriugl Thou ret may ton—jpf lore, From misery's thorny ttack. W. ROBSON, In and for afraid to trace blemtoh within, reproves yon if you n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 7 July 1883

tux ALBANY ECHO. SATURDAY. JULY 1, 1883. Sneii hui.dit*4 uuft ^hiri*- 14^ where, whenand l y whom •ightffl.lea of iuU tary telegram jfou|ldtjd and itB oh^ct. Tbe me wi so August 20, at wa# comfortably full, a San Antonio. The delinquent tax roll of a dUy, oountyor state is a fair criterion by which to judge of the prosperity of a people. When the delinquent list is veiy large, ft is good evidence that the people are cramped financially,, else they would pay their taxes when due, thereby saving costs. On the other when they come up vpl- lo the collector's office their respective shares ic burden, it is safe that crops have been has commanded a and the people are How is it with itjf Through of deputy collec Hall, we have ob- from the books. They at: i of property county for the $1,087,300.1a or insolvent list the fourth, and k*w It Vm Celebrated in Albany. jHRrlife"ftffir'iiir ■ J., . The word Celebration, as us- ed above, is, we think, a misno- mer. Jolification would be a better and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 7 July 1883

THE ALBANY RCHO. BATUS!) Af. iVLY 7, 1WS I At title point for tbe tMdinjr Cigars at Wilson's. Mourning paper.at the Echo came up from Cisco last night. Vegetables at' Wilson's • e A beautiful little raiubow in (lie northwest Monday evening. Ice cream at Charley Hart- field's to morrow afternoon. • Subscribe for the old reliable The conn house builders are In the foundation walls. at Wilson's tomor- .7 Full Line of Letter and at the Echo office. Note day good for more. Toilet Soap ner's Pharmacy. Bruck- '-i i;it| '^1 I iis| (1 All kinds of Job Work with neatness and Monday next, July 0th, to go to the polls and vote "for incor- " Aw school purposes. Jackson Wagons, E. B. MANNISQS. Ginger Ale, a line drink, at Wilson's. cooling • 7 R The brightest meteor we ever passed -from northeast to sonthwest a few minutes after ten o'clock Monday night. * «■ _ Freeh Bread baked every day at Charlie's Restaurant. « 7 Colored Papers any site, and Card for poster. fcxas Monday next, July 0th, U>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 7 July 1883

- r **"TfTr en** - _ _ . Gulf, Mexico. hict MtouMtt fcrl " of the const* in ft ** • 4*1*. « * The hnHc wf the latad- of this bounty .ire land* (. w*Mf>l. a«yiuu> ••*1 •nhw hy land?-. There Is a larpe body <j« land kwnrn *« Peters" colony, also a large body of land owned by the ry. amlaeveral 1881. the c* unty nue i m ; and torib&Mr 1882. 1ft ^bowing an InShase of 1882. $1.] good showing In tbe faf* of, tin' ■ la**** Stocks net hand. 4 lnrpp and coniint dtc uf correct idea of 'be immense busincst- in i of i^ttle Irtve which is governed by water enhanced val> around Albany. [erected, and the s of *cep drives into tie county from New Mexico, and owned by non- source of as per acre, with ten years to pay In kfcjiit'Mwiliiia. torAe county and state as 1 Installmants: sAool lauds cati be they Mould fee. There iscertainl pud for in twenty yean in annual that the been diminishing by sales and removals 44toe of the cattle trail, here all the drv*«i> to ranges farther west....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 14 July 1883

I Mm OLD SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 29. ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 14,1883. NEW SERIES, YbL. 1, NO F as Arrive 6 20 in depart 8 10 in tbe CBEliTIOir IN ITALY. st. vta H. * T. C. R JuBt twenty-one yews ago to-day. On the twenty-third ot May, In eighteen hundred and sixty-one, Just after the eruel war begun; little blne-ey«d baby girl, With jet black hair, too short to curl. Was sent to bieu our humble home- all wars glad that abe had oome. ll Ml 1m—A little blue-eyed baby grew, sunny Awe so fair, 8b« wore a orowa of golden hair. ft to 7 p. m. l*AW, Co., Tex. a troop, ever a loud war-whoop. His dusky form's no brown; '■*/> r ? to bati in Wm H. He to keep a still of hie followers he knows it, too. they know it This brings him while to good nat ured oat after they've to say, "HoneB are the greaieal J «r Oil m That may for dry goods, but we men who have kept e gained what they th " We cling to th« idea, though, that stick." John of the opinion that start of a million o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 14 July 1883

>*S>- £ ~'L "•/M- *¥■ ALBANY Mem. HATUKfirAY. JULY H, iiamirin 'I iug and doing business separate and apart hum a box-holder, sttnald not be planed in such box Then (be postmaster insists that you shall pay your box nt in advance. Just as though be dad not know you- Proba- bly the fact that he does know yoti i# one reason wby^be wiU not trust you. He knows what our banner in brli- let it be printed in ttutb, that on th,1883, the to- r and those resid- two miles of the by their votes space should i for school pur the rain and Cholera il eommljilngaam havoc iu Egypt. At Damietta, a town near Alexandria, one hundred and eeveu deaths oc- curred on the 6th ijat, while from three to fifty dbaths are dally reported from other points. ' I , ;. mm «£, amSMwl Along the lines of the Kansas Pacific and Atchison, Topeka 4| .. JM^MB I . a time the doctor and editor [Santa Fe railroads, the coiuj JtvOCK JtjUl have to worm a little money out crop reported to be first-class. of you, but again ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 14 July 1883

II . july 14. Oliver Rice has gone to Lam- to hi* mother who its now Goode at E. B. i for 75 ots. than yon can toareelae in town • 7 Hot, did yon aayt at Wilson's, ; * r heavy dew fell Mon- L. V. 1 m I am uow offering great in- Inoements to pnrtieS wishing to buy Pianos or Organs. Will sell same at Ft. Worth and Dal- a* prices, 7 —— t ■■■ Mr. J. N. Lemond returned from Caldwell, Kansas, Wednes- day, where he has been looking after sal^of his cattle driven there a few weeks ago. Fresh Apples at Wilson's 8 V Ed. Russell is patting a new oor In the Keener building. Nice Toilet Soap at Bruck- : ;v: ; :t Ale, a line ilsons. cooling moon manning's.! We are sorry to learn that little Frankie Conrad is sick. Fresh Breadt baked every day ■>■ a* and Jewelry at ■HM Ooanty met Thursday a board Te ■r v Tuesday evening we naa a t talk with Oaf. Ed. Gra- aham,. who spent the while enroute home. Col. Graham was all > over this country years ago, before Alba- ny was thought of, and while F. E....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 14 July 1883

i1 ■ I • '/-b . - & v..; " t i^L.: .s ■f. ■ sUr*, pret Ho. 1 third MLaday body at toadl body of ted Frsnoo-Te xan |«ad Company, tra«-t* unci suctions owned by todtoftdaato. 'Hie plternate aeetions at achool land* by the dlfferant railroad oam- ■rkat, at from one to 1* ||MM||||lf|||i| t^ar W iHJIl Uj advantages. Asylum and university | lauds nit- appraised at one dollar and fifty ■ ten years to paj in ; school lands can be paid for in twenty years In annual install rj^ Od|< llvf ctoiii£ I ■ -Jtb* rIW r •* • ■ • • Bat owing to \n 41 —- f I I I a Ml Ml _ 3 tuuQ iii mm "Owm j staa lO.' m/mm , each month, e I fe< Second 8 l !• of : Tor quality and quantity of water Shack- elford crnnot be surpassed anywhere. Thei CJkar Fork of the Brazos enter the county near old Fort Phantom HSU, and meander* through the northern pan. tSoVFowf* OS; t)i> second Mon- a montn, at •.^.Falr, P.C. the second Sab- be Aldington jaOri tltf: secoti<! lonth, at 11 ' .1 creeks pay tribal* to this bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 21 July 1883

OLD SERIES, VOL. 7, MO. 80. ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 81,1883. NEW SERIES, VOL 1, NO & ■ tan they «y. both .. .. . ^ _T' "M • UlKiUK the ship nuy be strongly aide-whiskers and i out a wedded in be smooth they sail in be palr; I hope flair e* i with Joy, DBED H. MBTBR. «*">. . . v AT LAW, i you go. wilt be brim o'er- s nmut always be i V-t' jiKlafc « - -■. lit It Way. ['X. T. Z." in 1 i Furiner.J To the m&Dj readers of the Kansas Farmer I woald say He was a big man, with heavy that doubtless yon are unaware military J of the great value of aorghum air that betokened long service ander fire; and he was a one- armed man. The empty sleeve t side It was in the Carolina back- woods, a country couple and a [country parson. Though a Baptist, the minister wore an old surplice, When be had fin- ished the ceremony, he said: "And them 'una who God that bong at his right i told "■•tk«r*a Drew." A little fellow from one'of our charitable institutions was being t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 21 July 1883

AT. JULY * in Connect- icut fa gradually decreasing. I- iv In' full Wast. ?M*' Jh , — jinVi'j | friLli hiit sbop. Hts has been two inmates jp*d? in Albau And 1 miidie a n^ Gd' b** successful attempt to obtain their freedom by tearing op the plates and enlarging <he y!hnd t«r- A. B. bany , <vwe of yellow *,., it 8u Car this sea- 7 i N- .. '• - ,<,-'1 •' ■i ■Bn|l| MIm m its agent, U] i <i ■■pwapapMpii g to m an, hydrapnobia.esa 'be : nibbing 'the* bitten garik and giving the a s trong garlic fea to bock says school land money on to InVest in m i.eti ve' sd nartfi iney been Inweessfni, they would have .had to skip in day- time, as they are confined in ULTMt wo A if done and easily J'#!® con —r*- oq Monday evening a Main street. He also rooms id connection shop. . ' following his I, that of a CONTRACTOR andBtJILDZR. \ North -i pnHlv ;t M'. >>* . ™, in Albany and vicinity bear testimony to his ability as a workman. The latter part of l-V'tH an FURNITURE by Parson Trimbl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 21 July 1883

TUB ALBANY BCHd. pATCftDAT, iUI/f *1. Ml CO. 1'' MM't SEE HY PRICES FOR FLCU8 Smokey Hill Floor, Vnll Patent, 100 lbs., $4.40 HoSbui'i Best Fancy, , ** 100 lbs, i $4 00 Graham, 100 It*., $4.00 8eprane, 100 lba, $8.75 Old Gold. 100 lb*., $8 JO Corn Meal, 100 lba, %2 00 , B- R. Makhihq, + b We had a pleasant visit Tues day evening from our baohelor friend, J. A. Wet her bee, of morton, who represents that village in a thriving oondi on with some of jooanty officials we learn of laying Che oflbe court hous be everybody's J* f - tteat fcreakriawt F. E. COXKAJD | CO. Several drummers •lie were on the train which left here Sunday morning, finding they eonld ride no further than Hub bard creek, shouldered their grips at that place and hoofed It into Cisco. ' rv< ' ,-'.211 Cigars at Wilson's, Mart Dixon is trying to start a turkey ranche. Jim Chilton and the Echo fellow have as eye on the ranche, which is lia- ble to be raided about Christ- mas, ehl Jimt Judge Btribling has just pur chas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 28 July 1883

— vmttTj. 'ii QIJ) SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 81. mm 4 IS la the II ME wm at . Shackelford :;v'vr &<k-\ Albany, shajcke fault. ' < B>v.,y*-« ■■'■}jiff.j.- fr? i | -■•• ^3fy ', j -$«£, 2a•• ■ . gi*J*'• * -.jj'v .J [Voath's Compwion.] i" ' V — .•> . t • | '•i f ' -' V ' v%J iu riding through 'a bow- ery country town in Vermont, when 1 chanced to notice a eon- couiee of people in the church- yfrrd,* evidently encircling an open grave. V ' It was k warm day, and 1 bad teu miiea, and I drew win some trees that arched to allow the horse to and feet. gently a villager came to- i toe and I eaid— is a funeral to-day ip | | He^OM hearted men I ev in a tone of in pencil rays " J2gji v" - ' ' " it v ^ Rl> COUNTY, TEXAS, 8ATURDAY, JULY 38.1883. h NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. 10 The Bony Mfe of Oar City The modern New Yorker is always in a hurry. Ha gets up in the morning and rings an electric bell to let the servant know breakfast mar be put up- on the table; /the old-fashioned bell is to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 28 July 1883

TUB .gATtRDAY, JULY , lM.t • • Editor Echo: The flection Of Ifp trustees ncdtt Tuesday to -«6&imge the educational inter- cfetaof Aibafty and the territory ■ j|"bi the recently ineor limits,'!* oi.e of vita! to the prosperity of town and- county.The, trustees under the State sehool law !f.nF«; isftle a* uoth- r to do: m&rely the examina erf applicants as tta^hersj- 1' provai of vouchers, etc. the incorporation a&, it 'lift w«;. , ff>i fh fro tee :imll in %itod% I .'«st«d .-ni- ne powers, rights and du- |fc regard to the estabHah- nance- offree | The Comanche Chief swings itj= wat club, whoops a vihoo,. at the D blia: BnterpriM, call- the editor of th« latter pa per Mtbe little yellow car who barks through ihe columns of the EnltrprUe" Boyjj, do you usually quarrel before yon "«" . ■*,. • , Tuesday morning Memphis, Tenn. was visited by a tire which consumed four larg* houses and 2,000 barrels of re fined cotton seed oil. Loss, $200,000. "V; mm wis The Age of Progress, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 28 July 1883

THB ALBAST BCBO. SEE MY PRICES FO# FLOUR. ', JULY . 1883. 8mokey Hill floor,| WM, . Fttll Patent, too lbs., $4.40 VHoffman's Best Facicy, \ Total to date. 221,7621 tat rap ns, JTJSfc Z—• I county, Wednesday, JuJy 25.1, Johnny ~ * " "'-y ► hp aud return- Mf'• .Y'V I tJ&ilP; 11. i i| iimffifl 0 •w € ,..hL I ■ i '' P. E. co*K*n * CO. wholesale Mils with freight 100 lbs,4' ■ Graham, 100 lbs., |jl Saprune, 100 lb*u, $3.T_ OM Gold, 100 lbs., $3.20, _ Com Meal, 100 lb*., I^OO1 At tbe HI V ' H SM , „ 8aur was < in Thurs Eider C. K. Stribiing officiating, day from tl e Reynolds 6 Mat- lift. W. D. Hou&let to H thews rargfe 'I \ Another couple have Joined IE* n«IB. bind, to light the battle of lite. [The Echo eongratufat^s them, . trusts their, campaign may r-JBbe long, happy anipposperoue. Dr. Dunta)?, pf 8ey mour, spent | The happy pair left Xhnrafaj j/v won of tbe week in town, morning on a bridal tour to The doctor is the patentee of}Louisville, Ky. "Dunjap's Phytolacca Sheep —"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 4 August 1883

J, VOL. I, NO. 11 HH1 I HHH ■ y, ...v' ■ ,Aiait la many a Tillage window burn Tbe evnin* lamp*; ' • JThqr "hine amid tbe dews and damp., TheaeBghts <>f home! the wanderer sees them glow, night is near ; J S&lir J^tou £. .lJZ2Z~. a 'Sm9nRB9E^vERN tad from 4 to o p. m.. . { ■ i. ... Ill H h V Minlou^ P.dNL^ Ali M j.' ' ' ; ., •"•• £,; L MKXM fiTT •draw ■ lauda or crowded mart, J i of borne! y • jgfl y brief daj of Mfeteyi « bouae for me to be had on do other terms. Especially, I* was impossible to attain by any other course that degree of cop fort and conven- ience to which oar ancestors had been accustomed in Europe. A race whiclTcould put up with less would have found life easi er. The Indians fived here iii wigwam fashion without much labor. Those Europeans who /enounced their s< wjial ambi- tions found it possible to (P* • on easier terms. The poor whites of the South are a familiar instance. But Ameri- cans who retained a knowledge rd C if* r**-' -;v. - who were not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 4 August 1883

. V '*' 4 There will be a festival given *t Shields' Hull"i u Thursday ast 9th. th«- proceeds tnwards i'uildimr a " for lint sick and deati Albany, The supper ir :up an arranged v who is ever ^y', and ■*_ united «*>-o|>- lid assistance of our _____ i bfr. noble works of lUM^v L«t everyone tuep out IwiSeoutrlbute bis mite to this SUM. 'i®-. Mr. C. E. Oilb^rt. | *dMot that newsy sheet, the Aiele Hcpartrr, paid ti r Echo office visit Saturday last. VVe we,, absent from town at the time, consequently failed +*■ hiou which we regret exce<di ,v«- < ,X: , '"-I ■ ■ 1 . ■ ■■■• MM®. i<fc ■ Mess. T. B. Foster of Flaton ia, and W. H. 0. Striblin'g, of Fort Worth, were visiting .1 udge C . KL Striding last week. Mr. i an oTd merchant, and thinks of locating^ here and -^--lingiji ciirst-dass ai'"*"*""1 Af HHPHI Nfwton D. ... Bodennr Ernest Buscoe John Bfowii Sallie i ItMjres Frank Bentou T 11 - - - * ~ — - guar. ■ ■A* T• ■HI CLTTiS'." "T'hi ' *' BeukMiu WB. v Blaue JT. . Christian ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 4 August 1883

*n the south ever b*- :v-.r.*;v#' fecte ■Mei IvtapiiMie P. E. OI A * CO. , If My Man in Albany earns his money it k Edgar Rye Esq., superintending tb* building of -theeottt liMM. Not one crook- ed Hck it allow**) to paM or a • improperly laid if he tnows it, and he is very apt to detect anything looking like shirking. You can buy more Goods at E.&. Uaning'g for 75 cte. than you can fptlor $1 anywhere else in town mm, ■ We are sorry to chronicle die fact that F. E. Conrad has been confined to his bed a good por by bilious fe- m " ** - ' """ MUtt F. E. COIMAO * «O.J „rley Rug will start on a business trip to St. Louis and Cincinnati in a few days. JEe o visit Michigan also a lot of iioe bucks for sheep ranges of Zug in this county., ' — . mv.-i Saturday last another patty of ladies and genileafn—ihii- ty-sev*«, all (old—w«nf to Hub- >ard Creek, nine miles south east from Albany. | Sherifl Simpson and Har re Big^s were of ceremonies In water, while; Mis. Judge Fisher and Mrs. Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 11 August 1883

BA2TY MCBO. r ii II&sii* • ■m; h>L ia 5Uril dig Ml Resolution of both houses of the eighteenth legisla- ture, several amendments are proposed to the present const! tution of the State, and the gov- ernor, in accordance with these resdsiiiofiii. has issnwl h* pro- ciaroa t ion, ordering an election on t.fce second net (next tioii.'or rejection, by the people, "ofthese atnendtiaeute. A few explanations by way of com- parisor. as to what the law now is, and what it will be, if the amendments are adopi -Tmrport of this anicle. Section" i *; .1 | uicL, bet the simisati'W ujton [the amount of district tax here in authorised shall not apply to incorporated cities or towns con stunting sepmate and independ - ent school districts." The two objects aimed at by this amendment are: Securing to the scholastic population not less than six months schooling in the year, and giving to the people a more immeduiie cojjLtol ol public education by* the for- matiou of school districts, and supreme...

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