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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE Official Paper oft he County and Village SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1880. OKI.Y A WOJIATV. Only a woman, shriveled and old! The Prey of the winds and the prey of the cold ! Cheeks that nm sh-,..... Eyes that are sunken. Lips that were never o'er bold. Only a woman forsaken and poor. Asking for alms at the bronze church door. Hark to the organ 1 Roll upon roll Th waves of the music go over her soul! Silks rustle past her Thicker and faster; The great bell eeaseth its toll. Tain would she enter, but not for the poor Swingeth wide open the bronze church door. Only a woman-waiting alone. Icily cold, on an ice cold throne. What do they care for her? Mumbling a prayer for her; Giving not bread, but a stone. Under old laces their haughty hearts beat, Mocking the woes of their kin in the street. Only a woman ! In the old days Hope caroled to her happiest lays ; Somebody missed her. Somebody kissed her. Somebody crowned her with praise; Somebody faced up the battles of life. Strong ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered at th Postoffice at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. APRIL 3.1880. TOW1 TALK. The propeller Mary is to come out with an entire new set of handsome col ors. The officers of the different steamers In Smith Brothers' line are to be hand somely uniformed. . Remember the grand opening at Nel sons & Bullen's next Monday and call and see their fine display of new goods. Wetmore & LathroD are prepared to sell and deliver stove wood to all parts of the village. All goods delivered free Don't forget to try Anspach & Co.'s when you want a new suit of clothes, shirts, hats, &c. You will secure great bargains. Mr. James F. Moloney, one of Cheboy- boygan's enterprising grocers has pur chased a one-fifteenth interest in the steamer Keweenaw. H. A. Blake has been running his ma chine shop night and day for sometime, caused by a demand for work that mu9t be done "right away." Doubtless Geo. IL Prentiss will be agreeably surprised to learn; ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 April 1880

VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 10. 1880. ENO 40 'I'HK WKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. UBLISIItD EVfcUr SATURDAY BT V CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: om copy, one year, -Oneo"py,i month, - - -One copy, three months . - R.ates of Adve Using : $2 00 1 00 50 One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or 0? Tor one insertion, 25 cent. ; one Inch space. .tor one insertion, SOsents; lor cacn uu.Muu. Inch, one insertion, ovcenia. uhsequeiit insertions. or larger space, ,? ialnote. lO cen,per line tor the first in f itrtSn! SSd I Scenuper line for each subsequent me.rtl?lTi.,oio.nirM-.torv.flve lines or un- dr year; each additional line 11 per yer BUSINESS CARDS, BANK J." PHELPS, Asent for the Sale and Purchasa of Lands, lAr2 D EPUTY U. S. MARSHAL. ffice with C. A. Gallagher, next door to the postoffice, cnepoygan, u- mKMPLK LODGE No. 331 A. 1. O. O. F. 'Meets everv Friday evening at 7 ;30 o'clock, at th Ma sonic Hall, overrosi a - n Arsdale's store. A cordial invitation la e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNK SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1880. RpMlcanStat Con rent ioa. A Republican state convention, to select tow delegates at large and two from each coo gressional district, to attend the Republican national convention at Chicago. June 2, will be held at at the OPERA HOUSK in the city of DETROIT, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1880, at 11 o'clock a. x. ' In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Rapids, May 1, 1878, every county is entitled to one delegate for each 500 votes cast for governor at the last general election (In 1878), and one additional delegate for every fraction of 3oo votes, but each organized coun ty will be entitled to at least one delegate. Under a resolution of 1858, no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. - JAMES MCMILLAN, Chairman. . R. A. Bxal, D. O. Far a and, James O'Dosseix, T. 8. Applcqato, Chas. W. Cltsbkk, D. B. Aixgbr, . Lewis W. Heath, II. s. Sleepek, W. S. George, h. C. Sessions, Richard Wins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at tlis Fostofflce at Cheboygan Mich. as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. APRIL 10. 1880. ONLY A CHILD. Of all poor men the most to be pitied la the poor rich man. The man in abso lute poverty can be helped; but for the man who is poor with his coffers full of gold there is no earthly help noue, unless something can get way down into his heart and open the way for the in coming of sunlight and warmth. Such a transformation I once knew, and I will tell how it was wrought. It was done by only a little child. Ruf us Grote was really and truly a miser, though he had probably never ac knowledged the fact to himself. At the age of 60 he lived in a close, small, shabby house, in a narrow street down town, though up town where the streets were -broad, and where green trees grew, he owned a whole block, the rental of which yielded what might have been a munificent income for any man. In early life Rufus Grote had been disappointed; so while yet a young man he had shut...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 April 1880

r NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at th Fostofflce at Cheboygan Mich., aa Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1880. Township Caucus. A Republican caucus will be held at the Richardson School House, fractional dip trlct No. 1, township of Inverness, on (Satur day, April the 24th 1880, at 7 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing delegates to the coun ty convention to be he held at the Town Hall in the village of Cheboygan, on Friday, April 30th 1880, at 2 o'clock P. M., also for the pur pose of electing a Republican township com mittee to serve for the ensuing two years or until their successors are elected. By order of Commute, ' THOMAS RICHARDSOX, Chairman. TOWN TALK. : The Odd Fellows are talking of giving a grand ball on the evening of the 26th. The largest and finest selection of wall papers ever shown in Cheboygan just re ceived at A. r exer s. ! Wm. Galium expects to start his saw mill at Carp River, above Mackinaw City, about the nrst of May. Major Davis and twenty men for ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 April 1880

4, .ay VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 1880. V :)! THE WRKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. UBLI31Ifc.DEVfc.Kr SATURDAY Bl '. v W. OHANDL'KK- CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. I TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION r Oieciy, one year, - . - ', ti W U o My,lx months. - -- . - 1 00 Oae copr, three month. - 6u 'Rate3 orAlra Using: Ouehail iiK'-b c ilx noe Nonpareil or e). lor one insertion. 6 cent ; one Incn space, loron iertion. a-tsettt: lor cacn auaiuonai i ncH. ohm i it 4e rtion , N cents. iTor 4aeiuent iiiertlon.nr a larger spaoe, price will u nrvn at the office. . . Local ices t cents oer itnetorthe srst la Mrtloo.and 5taU per tine for each aubocqueui in.mri.iitn. Uardin. BusinefcS Directory, live line or un der f5gper year; each additional line II. per yer - . . . - BUSINESS C AUUS, JRANK J. PHELPS, Ag3nt for tb.3 Sals and Purchase cf . - Lands, . .4A7 DEPUTY V. S. MARSHAL. ffice with C. A. Gallagher, next door to the postoffice, Cheboygan, Mich. J1KMPL.K LODGE .No. 331 1. J- VJ. i f Meets every Friday evening ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered mt the Postoflee at Cheboygan Mich as Second Class Blatter. SATURDAY. APRIL 17. 1880. npallcJiStat CoBTentlaa. A Republican " state convention, to select fou" delegates at large and two from each con gTessional district, to attend the Republican national convention at Chicago. June 2, will be held at at the OPERA HOUSE In the city of DETROIT, on WEDNESDAY, MAT 12, If KJ, at 11 o'clock JuM. X In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Rapids, Mar every county is entitled to one delegate for each 500 votes cast ' for governor at the last - general election (in 1878), and one additional delegate for every fraction of 300 votes, but each organized coun ty will be entitled to at least one delegate. Under a resolution of 1858, no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. JAMES MCMILLAN, Chairman. K. A. Bt AL, D. O. FABRATO, J axes O'Dosmi, T. 8. Appuoat, Chas. W. Clisbex, D. B. Aikgir, Lewis W. Hkath, H....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. APRIL 17. 1880. OFF A Cll VltCII DEB r. .f BY EMILY HCNTIXGTON MILLER. The First charchof Acadia was in debt. It was a case of too much steeple, too much frescoing, and too much organ; a case partly of necessity, since being the First church it could not in the very nature of things be the second, hence the steeple, and the organ, and the much frescoing; a case of pulling down barns and building greater when there were no crops to bestow in them, hence the debt. Matters had gone from bad to worse, nntil at last it was whispered at the sewing society that there was actually a mortgage on the church, and every woman stood aghast with horror. They could comprehend debts; people paid their debts when they could, but thev misrht move in good society without doing it; they were not unfamiliar with failures, but people had been known to fail, and yet wear better clothes than before; but a mortgage was like one of those awful compacts wherein a man signs himself ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 1880. . Towmltlp Caucus. . A Republican caucus will be held at the Richardson School House, fractional dls trict No. 1, township of Inverness, on Satur day, April the 34th 1880, at 7 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing delegates to the coun ty convention to be he held at the Town Hall in the villagre of Cheboyran, on Friday, April SOth 1880, at 2 o'clock P. M., also for the pur pose of electing' a Republican township com mittee to serve for the ensuing two years or until their successors are elected. Bv order of Commute. THOMAS RICHARDSON, Chairman. TOWN TALK. " tti r t- ii.q ' Look out for those New Goods atMc Arthur, Smith & Co'g. mail to MacKinac Monday. The ice. in both Mnllet and Bart lakes is reported quite solid as yet. Since the opening of navigation, hotel business in Cheboygan is picking np. Quite a variety of weather this week. Snow. rain. hail, thunder and lizhtninsr. It is reported that the pigeons have commenced nesting ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 April 1880

'KE SUPERIOR ,-,r -4 , m n VOL 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. APRIL -24. 1880. NO 42 THE WRKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. fUBLISULD KVfcUr SATCRDAT BT V. G H AND LE U cue bo ra an. Michigan. T.ERMS OF SU33JRIPTI0N Joe copy, one year, -ijueo iy,4tx months. - -.ae copy, three month, 12 00 . l (hi 50 Rat63 of A Iv-3 tising : A-h&lf inch soaee (kIx line Nonpareil or m). lor owe insertion. '5cvnt; one inca space. : ar .t.ia iM'ccioo. &-;ent: lor each aumuonai i aon. one i niHSrtion, 5e cents- rortuoaequenl insertion, or a larger space, price wiU be iriven at the ofllce. t!tr,lia UainefcUlrectory.fly line or on- A at ivner year: aaeh- additional Hue II vr jrr BUSINESS CARDS, JPRANK J. PHELPS, Assnt far ths Sate and PnrcliasQ of Lands, i vn nvPTTTY TT. S. MARSHAL. ith C. A. Gallagher, next door to thf postoflice, Cheboygan, Mich. 1EMPLK LODGE No. 331 1. O- O. Ki 'Meets every Friday evening at 7;30 o'clock, at the Ma sonic Hall, over Post & Van Amdale'sstore. A cordia. Invitation is extended t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 April 1880

NURTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. APRIL 24. 1880. Republican State Con rent I on. A Republican state convention, to select foil delegates at large and two from each con gressional district, to attend the Republican national convention at Chicago. June 2, will be held at at the OPERA HOUSE in the city of DETROIT, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1F80, at 11 o'clock A. x. In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Rapids, May 1, 1876, every county Is entitled to one delegate for each 500 votes cast for governor at the last general election (in 1878), and one additional delegate for every fraction of 300 votes, but each organized coun ty will be entitled to at least one delegate. , Under a resolution of 135$, no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. JAMES MCMILLAN, Chairman. K.A. Bkal, D. O. Farraitd, JamisO'Donsill, T. S. Appleoate, Chas. W. Clisbee, D. B. AlNOER, LEWIS W. HEATH, W. S. Georoe, Richard Wijtsor, - Theo. C Philips, J. H. Cha...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered at tli Poalofflce at CueboyBn Mich., an Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. APRIL 24. 1880. DCWII.DEUED BY PKKITV ;IUI.S. Many stories are still told in Vernon, v...... tha ndinininor town Oi ernor Hunt and General Ilunt, the grand father and great-uncle of Hunt, tno artist. The following amusing anecdole, which the old residents are fond or telling, gives rise to the thought that the Jeit artist', love for beauty and hi attraction towards farming and striking faces were in hented traits The governor" a ad the general owned large meadows laying for many miles along thebauks of the Connecticut river, and in some places the-e posses sions stretched far bac'i u.xmthe lulli in extensive tracts of wood and pasture lands. There were then many farm? on the sunny hillsides which have now grown to timber, the buildings having long since fallen to decay. On one of these West Northfield hill-farms lived Jack Brangle, an idle, reckless ne'er-do-well, who in his youth had fa...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 April 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 188a TOWN TALK. Cheboygan fishermen are getting ready to plant their nets. The latest styles and novelties in millinery at Miss Shadbolt's. Thompson Smith's small mill at Dun ran City started np Thursday morning for the season. The earpets for Smith Bros, new hotel on Mallet Lake, arrived on the Lawrence Saturday night The wind Monday played havoc with the ice in Mallet and Bart lakes and by Wednesday it had all disappeared. Smith Brothers have received from Chicago, four elegant newell posts for the stairways of the Mallet Lake House. Last Tuesday evening Frank Bostwick captured a beaver on Huron street, in the ditch in front of W. F. Smyth's resi dence. Mr. W. W. Davidson has arrived from Chicacro and is refittinsr his Dhotogrraph gallery and will be all ready for business in a aay or iwo. . The wild geese have concluded that the back bone of winter is broken, a large flock passed over the village for the north, W ednesday. , The boarding hous...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 May 1880

, m .., ... . . c- cuPERIQa 1. ifV D A W ;m ".'.I'.VV.IJc'll .. -. VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY i. 1880. .. . V. NO 43 , : ' i 1 . . THE WKKKLY NORTHERN ; TRIBUNE. .UBLISUk.UBVt.Rr SATCRDATBT V. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TERMS ! OF ; SU83JRIPTI0N : Oaecoiy, one year, i : - , . $2 00 Oeecpy, six months, - - - - - - I 00 One copy, tbree mo nibs. . . SO Hates of Advetising: ". , lae-half inch apac ttlx hue Nonpareil or ' tor u insertion. i& cents; onelncu space, ftraiie insertion, Su seats; lor each additional 1 i-Jt. one insertion, Mieems. ITor turtsequent insertions. or a larger space, price will t iren at the villce. ... Cirdsin Uusines Directory, live lines or in 4 tr $-;pet year; eaea additional Hum 11 per year ' - - BUSINESS CARDS, TjMtA.NK J. PHELPS, Agsat for ti.9 Sals aai Purchase of Lands, AND DEPUTY U. S. MARSHAL. ffice with C. A. Gallagher, next door to the postomce, taew?t"i ...-. RMPLB LODGE No. 331 1. p. O. K. "Meets every Friday evening at 1 ;30 o'clock, at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 1. 1880. Republican Stale Conrenttoa. A Republican state "convention,- to select four delegates at latveahd tiro from each con rresslonal district, to attend the ! Republican national convention at Chicago. June 2, will be held at at the OPERA HOUSB In the city of DETROIT, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1810, at 11 o'clock A. M. . . j ; In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Rapids, May 1, 1878, every county Is entitled to one delegate for each 500 votes cast for governor at the last general election (in 1878), and one additional delegate for every fraction of 300 votes, but each organized coun ty will be entitled to at least one delegate. Under a resolution of 1858, no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. ; , JAMES MCMILLAN. Chairman. K. A. BXAU James O'Doinnox, CHAS. W. CLI8BSK, D. O. Farrasd. T. S. Applxgatk, D. B. Aingkr, H. 8. Slkepek, II. C. Sessions, Calvin Wilcox, Edgar Weeks, Isaac A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE; Kntercd t tli PostofflcB at. Cheboygan Mich .Second CUm Matter. SATURDAY. MAY 1. 1880. BEHIND TIME. In 1832 thw wasn't a likelier - fellow oa the hn than George Kirke. He was the son of a poor man, and his mother was dead, His father vas a. confirmed invalid of the rheumatic orders and George played the dutiful son to him in a way that would astonish? the younjr men of lday. t SomeSw. nobody knew exactly how, Geortf had managed to pick up;a good education and he uad polwhed it off, so to speak, by a two years' course at a commercial college. Kirxe begaii oa the Saudy Hill railroad when he waa about .21. or two yearsQtd. First he wa a "; brakeman. lhis jran road business ii a regular succession, and generally; speakiug, a man has to work his way up. It isn't often that he zets right up to the dignity of r a con duct at ona step; Willi the privilege helpiugall the goou-iooKing anu weu dressed ladies out of the cars, and letting the homely ones with" the babies and ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered at tb Postofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as .Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. MAY 1. 1880. TOWS TALK. Fishing for brook trout is now in order. , . The frame of R. Patterson's new tene ment house on Water street is up. Several flocks of wild geese passed over the village the first ef the week going north. Quite a variety of weather again this week. Snow, hail, rain, sunshine, and cold eastely winds. The first annual meeting of the stock holders of the . Black River Slackwater Navigation Co. will be held next Mon day. Nelson street has been opened up from Sammons street west to Young street, and a new sidewalk put down on the north side. The machine shop are having all the work they can do. Blake keep running night and day, but cannot catch up with the work. The population of this county i rap-, idly increasing. ' In the town of Grant last year there were 35 births and only 4 deaths. The Rev. and Mrs. AV. W. Rafter hav ing arrived home tin morning there will be ser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 May 1880

.. ' . . . t VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY S. 1880. NO 44 -I 'L'HK WKEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. UBLIStlbU KVfclty SATURDA Y BI - W. C HANDLE H C1IEBOYGAX. MICHIGAX. TERMS OF SUBS JRIPTION Joe oitj. tine year. - )uecMyx months. - - - -a0py,lhrwM month. - . - 2 I 0 Rates of Advetising : ue-hair inch SDace (six lines Nonpareil oi tor owe inerti'n. '5 cents ; one Inch space, f riui insertion, 5i seats: tor each additional nii. one i nnertinn , Mi cents. rnr rn'isequent insertions. or a larger space. riee will bo irtTen at the office. J ir Uin Busincbh Directory, five lines or nn 4ir ii per year; each additional line fl pei .ZZ-b vsjy has o-j u j.v JpKANIC J. PHELPS, Ajant for tha Sila and Ptircliass c Land," A XD DEP UTY U. S. MA RSHA L. f&ee with C. A. Gallagher, next door to tht poatofiice, Cheboygan, Mich. fPEMPLK LODGE No 331 O. F. 'Meets every Friday evening: 4 sonic Hall, over Post & Van J Arsdales store. A cordia. ' im itation is extended to all visMnjr brethren. F. J. BRE...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Postofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Seeond Class Matter. SATURDAY. MAY 8. 1880. Republican State Conrrntion. A Republican state convention, to select f ou" delegates at large and two from each con gressional district, to attend the Republican national convention at Chicago. June 2, will be held at at the OPERA HOUS Kin the city of DETROIT, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1S80, at 11 o'clock A. M. In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Rapids, May 1, 1878, every county is entitled to one delegate for each 500 votes cast for governor at the last general election (in 1878), and one additional delegate for every fraction of w votes, but each organized coun ty will be entitled to at least one delegate. Under a resolution of 1S38, no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. JAMES MCMILLAN. Chairman. K. A. Beal, D. O. Farraxd, Jakes O'Doxxell, T. S. Applkoate, CHAS. V. CLISBEE, I. H. AINGER. ' Lewis W. He...

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