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At the meeting of the Democratic Committee in Virginia, R. Sadler of Eureka was tendered the position of State Treasurer. Sadler declined, saying business wouldn't enable him to move to the Capitol. Managers said all he needed was to hire a deputy to do the business at hand. Sadler then accepted. The law makes it obligatory not only to have the state treasurer's office here, but he must reside here. Thus, if Sadler wants the job, he must abandon his flourishing business in Eureka for a paltry salary and slight honor of being state treasurer.

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