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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 12. 1880. AT THE RICH MAX'S DOOR. 'Give us this day Mr daily bread." A be?ear bov stood at the rich man's door--Tm homeless and friendless, and faint and poor," Said the berear boy, as the tar-drop r5!l Down his thin cheek, blanched with want and cold. "Oh! sive me a crust from yoar tward to-day. To help the bewar boy on hi y'. Xot a crnst, not a crust," the rkh man said; "Be off, and work for your daily bread." The rich man went to the parish church, His face jrrew grave as he trod the prct. And the throjw poor, and nntaught rami. Drew back to let the rich man pas. The service beiran, the choral hyntn rose and swelled throtuh thft loos aisles dim; Then the rich man knelt, d wrurds bo Were, "UIv us this day ou daily browtr EI.IKX OAUSA TIIATWSGIVIXG. BT ANNIE A. GIBBS. It was a stormy evening in JJavembet. The North wind rattled the rickety case ments, and the rain dashed fiercely azalnst the panes. . Within the room a poor, bare room in ; a tenement...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 June 1880

si NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Postonlce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1880 XATIOXAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, ol Ohio. ' For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. .V? s Heavy raing this. week.- ; yo ; Hi.t tW Ci Jifo6re8 advertisement' Should not be overlooked t!.C..tfJCi I j. Sfil The Masfcfoai rttcQt court openi next -3 .Monday with but few cases oil the docket. Robert Conner & Co. are making large .shipments of backifljfbout'jevery j day and4bave large.ordersahead ; p ;-c The' City of Cheboygan' is nearly (ora-v-rpleted anq begins to look likea stam: er. They expect to launch. hr the first :?-r'of next week, i " I lr 7' Ivory Uttlefield and Joseph Allair! ar rived last Saturday night from Chicago, bringing vith then! seven good horses purchased Jnhicago " S.f ' y . j J ' " StriwJ?rriG8 iut in theirlfirst appear-; nte:ferihe scapouTihe first part of; the week;:miipgfroc, DetroitUby boat - The...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 June 1880

( . aKE SUPERIOR .X . Geo W Bel! VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 19. 1880. NO 50 BUSINESS CARDS, piRANK J. PHKLPS, Aj3nt for th9 Sale ad Purchase of Lands,. . AND DEPUTY U. S. MARSHAL. ffloe with C. A. Gallagher, next door to the pestoffice, Cheboygan, Mich. flEMPLH LODGK .No. 331 JL ai. o- o. . f r Meets every Friday evening at 7;30 o'clock, at the Ma ionic Hall, over Post & Van ArariAle'aatore. A cordia. nritation la extended to all visiting' brethren. Wlf . SAULSOX, Bec'y. . 0 HKBOYGAX INSURANCE AGENCY. TBS, HABINE AND LITE. Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets ; $5,125,000 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y assets- 828,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets 624,600 00 Mutual Life, of N. Y assets 88,000,000 00 tSCarro insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario lloct Q. D. V. ROLLO & CO.. Agents. JOSEPH COCHRAN, ARCHITECT AND BUILDEE, Can be found at the office of Smith Bros., Che- bDgnsffor"Buildlngs of all kinds furnished en short notice. ' ' : liAC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Koterert at the Postofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Clans Matter. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, ISSO NATIONAL. REPl'BLICAX TICKET. For President, GO. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. EDITORIAL NOTES. The re-election of Senator Bnrnside in Rhode Island was expected. He is as faithful and trustworthy a congressman as he was a soldier. The Battle Creek Journal's comments on the Garfield nomination are: "We predict a solid north and a reconciled and reconciliated south. ; In 1876 Senator Blaine started in his race with 285 votes. In 1880 his vote was 284, and but twice in all the ballot ing did it reach 285, hi3 starting vote in 1876. . . , . News from Iowa indicates that the Republicans will gain two Congressmen in that state this fall, as the Greenback Jiarty has practically yielded up its ex stence. Sapp, Deering. and Thompson, at least, it is believed, will be returned next fall. The Germans are enthusiastic in sup port...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE: SATURDAY. JUNE 19.1880. THE SPEECH In Which Geh) Garfield Tried to Nominate John Sherman; Bat DidinFact Nominate James A- Garfield. It BemarkaM tSeet Fpon the An . ; - dience. ' The nomination of Gen. Garfield givea peculiar interest to the speech in which , on Saturday night in the Chicago con ention he nominated John Sherman for the presidency, producing an effect upon his audience- which undoubtedly led to his own nomination.- The following is its full text: " " Gen. Garfield Mr. President, I have witnessed the extraordinary scenes of this convention with deep solicitude. No emotion touches my heart - more quickly than a sentiment in honor of a great and noble character. But as I sat on tnese seats and witnessed ; these demonstrations, it seemed to me von were a human ocean in a tempest. I have seen 1 the? sea lashed into f urv and tossed into a1 spray, and its grandeur moyes the soul of the dullest man. But I remember - that it is not the billows but the calm l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 19. 1SSO. TOWN TALK. There was a brilliant Aurora borealis Wednesday night. The schooner S. J. Tilden passed up Thursday floating a Garfield flag. The Marine City remained in port several hours yesterday loading tele graph poles. The census enumerator claims to have found a total of 2021) inhabitants in the village of Sanlt Ste. Marie. The running away of a team belong ing to Smith Bros., created c.uite an ex citement on npp?r Main street Tuesday. The fish trade is quite an important business in this section, at this time, large shipments being made on about every boat. President Hayes has vetod the bill regulating the pay of U. S. Deputy Mar shals and cites a decision of the Supreme court sustaining him. The steamer Gazelle will commence running in connection with the Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad, between Petoskey and Mackinac the first of next week. Garfield'3 trip from his home at Men tor, Ohio, to Washington was one con tinuous ovation, at e...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 June 1880

Geo W Be! ' . . ' ' 0 jj' I CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 26. 1880. NO 51 BUSINESS CARDS, JjlBANK J. PHELPS. Agent for-theSale ad-Pir:i ass of v ,;r ; , ; juanos5 :-r ' 'MNDDEPUTYU. 8. MARSHAL. fiiee with C. A. Gallagher, next 'door to the poatoffice, Cheboygan, Mich. fEMPLE LODGE No 331 v ,SL iO- O. J Meets every Friday evening at 7;30 o'clock, at the Ma- annln Hall, rVrPost & Van Arsdale's store... A cordia. nritation Is extended to all visiting brethren. F. J. BttESLIN, N. O. WK. 8AULSON,Sec'jr. 0 HEBOYGAJi INSURANCE AGKNCY. ' PISE, MAEINB :AHD LITE. ' RnniA. Vire. of N.Y.. assets t6.125.000 00 M anhattan. Fire, of N. Y assets- 828,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets Mutual Life, of N. V., assets 86,000,000 00 - - ry Cargo insurance to and from all ports on t atoa i ihiMii Hnmn. Sunrior and Ontario lloct Q. D. V. ROLLO & Agents. JOSEPH COCHRAN, fc ARCHITECT. AND EUILDSE, Can be found at the office of Snutn uros., une borguo, Mich. Designs for Buildings of all kinds furnish...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered At the Postnfflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1880 NATIONAL REPUBLICAX TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. good Avon IIS. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, a Demo cratic paper haa the following good words to say of the nominee of the Re- mblican party for President. It is quite n contrast with some of the'efforts of the "mud slinging" papers of the party. Not only i3 it a good word for the candi date of the Rebublican party but is a tribute to the only country on the globe which admits of such possibilities and when we think that the great majority of the party represented by the Eagle is composed of men who tried to destroy the nation, and that as a party they are laboring to secure by the ballot what they failed to gain by the sword we can only wonder how it is that recognizing as the Eagle does the advantages of this government it can go hand-in-hand w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JUNE 2G. 1880. BEHIND A PAX CI,. ; . ' ?A Southern Story ft ". A wide, white forehead; above, braids rnotted wim. a white aster; pansy-dark yes nnaer curiea Diacs lashes, rne lovely woman's face looking out of the oriel windows held Captain Gordon Som mers captive. ,4Come, Captain,H called a voice from the water below. - . f . He made no response to startle the jirl, for she had not seen him. The cool, oval face rested on the slender hand, and she was looking dreamily over the water. -. -I say. Cap, what keeps you? What have yon found?? .. ! He could have strangled Low, with his impatient bellowing,' for now the fair face started and flushed, and, turning, Adelaide Westerley saw the intruder in the garden.' ? ; " : ; , ? Captain Somers stepped forth, but without his usual ' grace and ease, and lifted his hat. " v ; "I beg your pardon. -Could -we get some water here? ' ' "Yes, certainly.. Knock .at the south door, ana my man will give you all you want 1 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 20. 1880. TOWN TALK. Wetmore & Lathrop haie their eleva tor for loading cedar ties and posts, up and ready for business. The gang of the Cheboygan Lumber Company is sawing an average of 85,000 feet of lumber per day. Last Tuesday they commenced driving piles at Point St. Ignace for the docks of the Detroit, Mackinaw & Marquette rail road. The St. Taul landed 100 men at Point St. Ignace, last Monday evening, to work on the construction of the railroad from that place. The Valley Qoeen brougnt down fifteen dozen pigeons for the Cheboygan gun club for their pigeon shoot Saturday the 3rd of July. Wild strawberries are abundant in this vicinity and are being brought in in large quantities and sold at from 6 to 8 cents per quart. Smith Brothers received per steamer Nashua from Chicago Tuesday, a ton and a half of hair mattresses for the Mullet Lake House, their new summer hotel at the head of Mallet Lake. It is reported that the musquitoes and blac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 July 1880

.5 . C N ADA VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 3. 1880. NO 52 Ymw BUSINESS CARDS, JjlRANK J. rilKLPS. Agant for the Sale ad F urchass of Lands AND DEPUTY U. 8. MARSHAL. dee with C. A. ' Gallagher, next door to the postoffice, Cheboygan, Mich. - JIKMPrjK LODGE .No. 331 3L U- LJ. J-i Meets every Friday evening at 7;30 o'clock, at the. Ma- sonic Hail, over rosi o inJaWiitnr. A cnrdia nvitatlon is extended to all visiting' brethren. W1L SAULSON,Sec'y. IHEBOYOAX INSURANCE AGENCT; RBZ, MASINE AND LITE. Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets $,125.000 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y assets.- &,000 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets JHcS Mutual Life, of N. 5T- assets 88,000,000 m n n mnA tmm allnnrts on Lakes Michigan, Huron. Superior and Ontario lloct TOSFQ COCHRAN, ABCHITECT AND BUILDEB, Can be found at the office of Smith Bros.,Cho' tK2e?lns,for Buildings of all kinds furnished on short notice. - - UACKINAC HOUSE, HACKIN AC ISLAND MICHIGAN, Mrs. D. Canon, Proprietress. rnHH house la pleasantly looated ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 July 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 3, 1880. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President . ' GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A, ARTHUR, of New York. REPmLICAX STATE COXVEXTIOX. A Republican Ftate Convention to nominate candidates for state officers and electors for President and vice-Preslnent of the United ritates, and for the transaction of other busi ness, will be held at the Opera House in the city of Jackson at 11 o'clock A. m., on Thurs day, Auzust 5, 1SS0. In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Rapids, May 10. 18T6, every county will be entitled to one delegate for each 300 of the total rote cast for governor at the last state election (in 1878), and one additional dele gate for every fraction Of 300 rotes, but each organized county will be entitled to at least on delegate. . . Under a resolution of 1S."8 no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. In accordance with a resolution ado...

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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered at the Postoffice at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 18S0 AX OFFSCOrniNG. BY ELEANOR KIRK, "Well, yes, ma'am, I have stoler "Why, Johnr "You asked me, didn't you? , "Yea. I asked your the mission teach er replied, a sad, almost disgusted ex pression on her sweet young face. ' t "What did you ask me for, if you didn't wantmetotellyou? I could 'a' lied?" the boy went on in a stolid sort of way, and yet with a ring of feeling in his - "No you couldn't Johnny," the teacher answe'red with a smile, "because you promised, you remember, that you would always tell the truth to me." "Well. I didn't eo back on it, did I?" "No, Johnny. Have you any objections to telling me how often you hava taken things that didn't belong to you?" "Mebbe I couldn't remember : them all" the bov reDlied, "but I never lifted anything pertickeler. Once when the old woman where I hang out got sick it( a hi streak for oransres. and Tmhndv had anv money to get them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 July 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, ! SATURDAY. JULY 3. 1880. TOWN TALK. Work on the range lights is progress ing satisfactorily.: . The St. Paul brought up more men this week to work on the Detroit, Macki nac & Marquette railroad. We would call attention to the adver tisements of McArthur, Smith & Co., of the steamboat lines they represent.- t The street sprtnkler'has kept the dust down on the business - portion.' of Main street this week, much to the comfort of en r. : Wetmore & Lathrop have had steam nnnnrttrtart thpir elevatnr fnr Martin? cedar ties and posts. It seemed to work ,all right. . . . , : Dr. Kimball the Dentist is still at the Grand Central, don't neglect this oppor tunity of having the very best work done at resonable charges. . ' The warm weather has started tour ists, out in search of more congenial climes and several parties have arrived and are rusticating in this vicinity. , . The Cheboygan cornet band give an excursion to Mackinac and Point St. Ig nace to-morrow on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 July 1880

i " ' ' 'rT- v ' -ly V "". . - E SUPER IOR.t- -il-!'' -. ' - -- " N ftx VOL. 6. '-. :) " : , , ; CHEBOYGAN, SRDATJTJLY 10. 1880. . y: " :! .':' KOI f j' ; . j 4 t J s . . .5 Y;" 0: -: r- , TTT.i-. 9. t t,-- nnnrnTinn it mn m tt utti The iti" contest, iwanne. JpRANK J. PHELPS, - ' Agant for-tlia Sale ad -P.urciiase of Lands- : . AND DEPUTY U. S. MARSHAL. ".Qje with C. Al Gallagher, next door to the postofflce, Cheboygan, Mich. fJlKMPLE LODGE JN"o. 331 V yV. Aleuts every Friday evening T" at 7;30 o'clock, at the Ma- '. Arsdale's store.- - A cordia nviUtir A.1 extended to all visiting brethren. . . F. J. BHESL1N, N. G. WJt PAULSON. See'y. ' : QHEBOYGAN IXSURASCK AGENCY. .. FIBS, MARINE AND LIFE. . Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets W23-! 55 Manhattan. Fire, of N. Y assets... 828,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets.--. 00 Mutual Life, of X. X ., assets 86,000,000 00 tSfCargo insurance to and from all ports on lloct O. D. V. ROLLO & CO., Agents. TOSEPII COCHRAN, ; . AECHITECT AND BUILD3B...

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

.TICKET. , at, - ilFIELD, of Ohio. President, aRTHTTR, of New York. 4 STATE COXVEXTIOX. -an State Convention to nominate .for state officers and electors for .c and Tice-Presinent of the United , and for the transaction of other busi- , will be held at the Opera House In the of Jackson at 11 o clock A. M., on Thurs- ar, August o, lbw. In accordance with a resolution adoDted at Grand Kapids, May 10, 1876, every county will be entitled to one delegate for each 500 of the total vote cast for governor at the last state election (in 1878), and one additional dele gate for every fraction of 300 votes, but each organized Icounty will be entitled to at least on delegate. Under a resolution of 1853 no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. In accordance with a resolution adopted at a meeting of the state central committee at Detroit June 23.1SS0. the secretary of each ceunty conveution is requested to forward to the secretary of the st...

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

NORTHERN. TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 10. 18S0. GRAPHIC POETEY. Ia Wall street, when the stocks were low, .All g-ioomily the bulls did go; And wrathfully they scanned the row Of shares declining: rapidly. But "Wall street saw another sight When unshorn lambs beg-an to bite. And broujrht their bags of gold so brlffnt As margins and security. On curbstone stations fast arrayed Each scalper drew his battle-blade, -And, furious, every broker said. Til join this fearful revelry. The swindle deepens 1 On, ye brave. Who rush to fortune or to sr rave I Wave, Broad street, all thy banners wave, And charge with all thy deviltry I Ah ! few unscalped shall leave the street The tickers is their winding-sheet; And every stone beneath one 8 feet . Shall be a loony's sepulchre. T1IF CR AX KERRY SWAJIP. BY HELEN F. GRATES. M0f course," said yonngDoctor Dedling, "a man has his own fortune to look to." 0f course," said Judith Grey; and as the spoke the words a cold chill seemed eo creep, lite siowiy-conge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 July 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kate red at the" I'ostofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JULY 10, ISSO Republican Connty Convention. A Republican County convention will be held at the Council Room of the village of Che boygan, on Friday, July 30th, at 2 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing a delegate to the Republican State convention, to be held in the city of Jackson, August 5th, 1880; also to elect the number of delegates to which the County is entitled to attend the several Republican con ventions to nominate for Member of Congrcs 8th district. State Senator SGth district, and Representative to State Legislature, Cheboy gan district, and for the transaction of such other business a9 may properly come before the meeting. In accordance with a resolution adopted by the Republican County committee, the appor tionment of delegates among the several town ships of the county will be as follows: Benton 14. Inverness 5 Burt.. 2. Beaugrend 2 Duncan 1. Grant ". 3 Tuscaror...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 July 1880

-' fi ' "' ' : .superior ' . A. t- V . ; .:' ! . . - - 1 ' ' " " : ' 1 - . , . . ........ H ' . ci,.nJsr bti .1 VOL. 6. CIIEBOYGA2, SATURDAY. JULY 17. 1880. NO BUSINESS CARDS, rjlKMIt.K LODGE No. 331 si. u- u. r i 'Meets every Friday evening at 7 ;30 o'clock, at tbe Ma- -w . sonic Hall, over ost& van ., Arsdale's store. A cordia nvltatlon is extended to all visiting brethren. W. H. SCOTT, N. O. H. J. MINER, Sec'y. piHEBOYGAN IXSURANCK AGENCY. PISE. MASINB AND LITS. Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets "1JJ5 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Yv assets- R,0no 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets....;. 5500 00 Mutual Life, of N. assets 86,000,000 00 " pTTarro Insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario Hoc t & D. V. ROLIA) A CO-, Agents. JOSEPH COCHRAN, , ( ; i AECHITECT AUD BUILDEE- Can be found at the office of Smith Bros., Che bovr&n, Mich. , . . Desi-ns for Buildings of all kinds famished on short notice. - MACKINAC HOUSE, 1UCKINAC ISLAND MICIIIGAX, Mrs. D....

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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered at- the ' Fostoffioe at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. JULY 17, 1880 JTATIOXAI. ItEPCBLICAX TICKET. ' For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. HANCOCK in IUS letter Of aCCeDtanee A Rochester Ihv.lrlan' Kxnerlence. snouia reier 10 me glorious acnievement R, Caulkins, M. D., of Rochester, N. Y of the union arms; it would not be com" certifies not. Mh issto that, ha ha plete without , that. He should refer to used the Safe Kidnev and Liver Cure in the great "eight to seven fraud of four his practice for diseases of the kidneys years ago; that would not do to omit, and liver, and the result has been satfs He should expatiate upon the dangers factory in the extreme. He savs: I , iu mo repuunc ui uaving regular .01- would now prescribe the same remedy aiersin signt or the ballot box. while to all similariv nffliti and vrm nr at & o REPUBLICAN' STATE COJTVEXTIO.f. A Republican ...

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