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expedition, Ohey«uqp under depart*"* 1 '*, to wealth ol the Block to start before the owing to the wpather. Hills, on tlie charge of agent from Cheyenne . - - - _ of Pardon*. - The full board by the hew of the attoruey- secretary of interaal nflVrsi, to-day. Tii« applications clemnucy number several old ones this board. Among WOK that of Jos. wlm.h»iHerv of ten yeara Christian cutters on at present on a of wages from 81.25 contractors have demand, nnd Duchley, top of a freight -and tho train him instantly. his first appearance received a Act. - cumiaon council vote cast .at the adoption nf the Though Judge injunction prohibiting alleged illegality shows a majority under the general against minority the mcotinff «nd informed the directors that they should elect their officers »nd organize for bnoineR*. Mr. D. T.iohtenthgler, of Montonrsville, nominated A. B. Putnam, F.sq., of Mnn- cy, for president. The nomination was nnsmmougly ca.jled. On taking _ tbe chair Mr. Putnam thanked the convention for the honor conferred upon, him. iie ha/l no set speech to make, and did not inUmd to ipfliotjmo. lie felt deeply interested in the canBe of education, and hoped thaj the delibeio- liona of the body over which he had been so nnexpeote^ty called to preside, would ho h-riiifAiii"V- ·"* --------Oti tuotion;-*fr.--N. B. Keys, of nAl«- ton, was unanimously chosen «nd Mr. G. n. Wuulerer, uf Crock, and Mr. Harvey Oiwsby, of Watson, nHw« The convention being fully piKanized, the president announced that the next business in order was the editing Of the rull of directors. The sevretn-j called the townships in alphabetic*! order, when the following directors responded to their names: ", Anthony Hiram Kress, Rnocli Paul,- iinis, Joshuft Minsker, J. W. Good; Qeorgo Horn, WH-, B. Peppili"*". .Ar"*strong-- -J. C. Carson,. John Eein- irtrd, Becker, Val. Key»er, . Bastross Peter Hoffman, Andrew Deutchlo, Chfts. Odenmiller, Brady 8. P. Shafer-, Jooepb- Iaomisoo r Cnas. Berger, Wm. Sdlam, V n . F»gu- ley, W. H. Hoffman. Brown Not represented. Cascade Martin Hoffn\an, Matthias MnDonald, Peter O'Connor, John Mo Martcc.- Clinton S. Hartzel, Sam. Metzgar, Henry Decker, Harvey Meuncb, C. C. (ielchuer. Cogan House -Jno. Epley, Jno. Deigh- ion, Muses Gruuger, Don. .Straub, Geo. Naylor. -------- ----------- -- ------------ umminw Not rypreswnted" Mred David Kies, J. C. Entz, John McCasliu, Bobt. Champion, C. B. Fime, " W. Lundy. Fairfield (Lower) Lewis Tallman,Gco. Bellas, Tlios. Bubb, Wm, Moon. · Franklin P. G. Hill. e fUed at $1,800"per Mr. Hill moved that Mr. WaddelJ.of Jersey 81,500. Mr. Sheddy objected strvmgly in favor of would be oxhamed to im, Mr. G^han respectfully o withdraw bin motion rj r 94,000. He would be Hera - Mr. Peter ook the floor and fit.OOO. Mr. G«h«n «'thfitl and otteD.tjve i» duties, bat a few raf6Bngth»uugh cade on ofBei«l duty, nne to logo his horse man who worked ell paid. The' »«mark« of Mr. received with tumultuous Tn obedience to the Qahan, Mr. Mill «ithdrew make the salary $2,000, lellalno withdrew his Xne convention then m firing the salar^ at inanimously carried. On announcing the he president took he convention for the Galtan at a salary of hat the directors were BBC of education, nnd pervaded tlii" body uiure. " , A speech from Mr. or, and -amid tnoch forward and returned his 0 the convention. He uperintondent of the ng connty, Tho sheriff, and other oilicerb niay )ositions, but he was jriviloged to preside rioU with their 2"1 rapiln; [Loud applause. hreo years ago as a een welcomed everywhere county. Ho did not hat his administration horoughly endorsed. ipon his duties with

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  1. Williamsport Sun-Gazette,
  2. 05 May 1875, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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