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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 17. 1880. AX IMPrDEXT PUPPY. -Where i3 Sue?" inquired Mrs.-Mel-liogton, entering the roonj '. where her two eiaesi daughters were employed, the one in reading, the other with a bit ot tancy work. , ; - ; ' "I really donV know, mamma," an swered Ada, looking up from her work. "I have had scarcely a glimpse of Sue .. since since we came to the country. She appears to have taken to an outdoor life, ! and is never ; in - the nouse except at nierht" - ' ' ' ' "I saw her about two hours ago on her way to the orchard, remarked - Rose. "She said she was going to feed the pigs, and would afterward take ..a lesson in mUtino-" -1 wish I cou?d fld her," resumed Mrs. - Wellington. I " am certain that either Colonel Hanley or his son will call this afternoon, and it is proper that Sue should be present she did not appear on tneir tormer visits," "She will shock the Colonel bv her hoydenish manners, and as o hi3 son, 1 hardly think he will.partlcularjy ad mire her....

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 July 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered at the Postoffice at Cheboygan - Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. JULY 17, 1880 Congressional Republican Con v en t Ion -Eighth District. The Republicans of the Eighth Congression al District will meet In convention, August 8. 1880, at 12 o'clock, M., in Martin's Opera House, St. Louis, for the purpose of nominat ing a candidate for Congress for said district. The several counties composing the district will be entitled to delegates as follows: Alpe na, a; Alcona, l; Bay, 10; Clare, l; Cheboygan, 1; Emmet, 2; Gladwin, 1; Gratiot, 7; Isabella, s: Iosco, z: Midland, 2: Montcalm, 10: Ogemaw. 1; Presque Isle, 1 ; Roscommon, 1; Saginaw, 16. Total, WJL S. TUKCK, Chairman. By Order of Committee. Republican Caucus. The Republicans of Benton will hold a cau cus at the Town Hall. Friday evening July 23, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing 11 dele gates to the Republican county convention to be held Friday arteraoon, July dm Charles R. Smith. Georoe E. F...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 July 1880

. , - k . -. ;' ' -fc J - . , . ' . el. superior . .M.t . :-.r - ; . : : ' ' ; ' .: - VOL. .0. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 24. 1880, "NIYV 9 ?1 ' j3 v sis ess ca nns, - IF.MPLK LODGE No. 33X gi. o. o. 'Meets every Friday evening at 1 :150 o'clock, at the Ma- ; a I sonic-HalL, overPost & Van i , ! Arsdale's store.; A cordia nvitatlon Is extended to all visitinsr brethren. W. H. SCOTT, N. G. H. J. MINER, Sec'y. C OEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. 7122. MASINS AND LIFE. IIome.Fire, of N.Y., assets $6,125,000 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y assets..- 8-0,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets . 524,300 00 W urual Life, of S. Y., assets .86,000,000 00 fWCTscr insurance to and from all ports on Lake Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario lloct O. D. V. ROLLO & CO., Agents. JOSEPH COCHRAN, ; , v ; ' ; f ARCHITECT AND,-BUILDER, V Can be found at the office of Smith Tiros., Che bovfran, Mich. Designs for Buildings of all kinds furnished On short notice. - - :. .- , ' JiACKINAC HOUSE, : XACKINAC IS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 July 1880

BC!ali - - NORTHERN' TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Postofflee at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880 . NATIONAL REPUBMCAX TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Yice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A Republican State Convention to nominate candidates for state officers and electors for President and vice-Presinent of the United states, 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. it., on Thurs day, Aurust 5, 1880. In accordance wiin a rv-womuuu nuuicuoi nnri Rnnids. Mar 10, 1876, every county will tw enti lori to one delegate for each 500 of the tota vote cast for governor at thelast state election (in 1878), and one additional dele- irate for every fraction oi aw votes, oui eacn ownized county will be entitled to at least Under a resolution of loo no aeiegaie win i be entitled to a seat who does not reside In the county he p...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 July 1880

RORTHERN.TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 24. 1880. FASE AND DVTf. MWhat shall I do, lest life la silence pass?" -And If It do. And never prompt tbe bray of noisy brae ,8 What need' st thou rue? Be member, aye, the oceans deep are mute; The shallows roar; Worth Is the ocean fame is but the bait Along the shore." "What shall I do to be forever known?" "Thy duty ever." This did full many who yet slept unknown. Oh, never; never I Thlnk'st thou purchance that they remain un known Whom thou know'st not? By angel trumpets in heaven their praise Is Blown, li vine their lot." "What shall I do to gain eternal life?" 3 "Discharge aright The simple dues with which each day Is rife. Ves, with thy might. Ere perfect scene of action thou devise Will life be fled. While he who ever acts as conscience cries Shall live, though dead." XASBY. Tbe Corners Hare Nome Ideas as to tbe Nominations at Cincinnati. CowrxDKRATi X Roads 4 (which is In the State uv Kentucky), joonzo, isso. The Corners is alluz being made ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 July 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntere-d at the Postofllce at Cheboygan Mlch. as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880 , Republican fattens. The Republicans of Benlon will liold a cau cus at the Town Hall, Thursday evening JJuly 29, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing 14 delegates to the Republican county convention to be held Friday afternoon, July SO. , Charles r. Smith. George E. Fkost, C S. Ramsay. TownshiD Committee. TOWN TALK. Divine services in St. James church to-morrow at the usual honrs. Jim-jam9, sare. They keep seeing those Screen-headed monsters in their batter. The inland steamers are doing a rush ing business, the boats carrying from forty to sixty passengers every trip. According to the Sentinel the soldiers at Fort Mackinac are thinning out rapid ly, every week, nearly, some of them deserting- , We have been rushed with job work again this week and as a consequence we are a little later than usual issuing our paper. ---t Poor Lo is reaping a rich harvest gath ering h...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 July 1880

. - - ... ..-sS - - V - . - - ' . . , . . .r SUPERIOR -,';. $i . : . . 1 . . 'V " Geo W Bell VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31. 1880. NO 4 1 s BUSINESS CARDS, rjKMPIjE LODGE No. 331 Meets every Friday evening at i :m o ciock., at me via' -i sonic Hall, over Post van Arsdale 8 store. A coraia mritatlon la extended to all visiting brethren. W. fl. SCOTT, N. O. H. J. MINER, Sec'y. , pHEBOTGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. PISE. 1IAEINE AND LITE. Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets -000 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y assets- 836.000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets &J4.500 00 Mutual Life, of N. assets 86,000,000 00 py Cargo insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario lloct O. D. V. KOLLO & CO., Agents. JOSEPH COCHRAN, ARCHITECT AND BTJILDEB, Can be found at the office of Smith Bros., Che -aoygan, Mich. . , . Aeeigns for Buildlnga of all kinds furnished on snort notice. , 1IACKINAC HOUSE, HXCKLNAC ISLAND MICHIGAN, Mr. D. Carson, Proprietress. "rTTHH house Is plea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 July 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Postoffiee at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1880 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. ItEPrHLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A Republican State .Convention to nominate candidates for state officers and electors for President nnd vioe-Presinent of the United states and for the transaction of other busi ness, will bo held at the Opera House in the city of Jackon at 11 o'clock A. St., on Thurs day, Ausut 5, In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Rapids. May 10. 1876, every county will be enti led to one delegate for each 500 of the total voto cast for governor at the last state election (in 1373), and one additional dele irate for every fraction of 309 votes, but eneh organized county will be entitled to at least on delegate. Under a resolution of 1S.V1 no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 July 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JULY 31. 1880. ANOTHER. APrcihinent Greenbacker ; Dr clrjes for Garfield & Arthur. t -r . . s ,: ;- .' Th Hon. S. T. Parwm XakM n Forci ble tatementf Ills Rriuou Therefor. To thOjEditor of the Post and Tribune. i IH9 well known that from the birth if the Republican party until the spring of 1878 I supported and, to the utmost of my ability, labored to advance its inter ests. In the spring and -f all of 1878, with many other lifelong Republicans, I laKnrrwi tn advance the interests of the National Greenback party. Though my yiew upon the financial policy of the not materially chancrftd. vot pecie resumption and the universal prosperity wmcii uas aneuueu u nave hannilv disarmointed hundrpda of thnna- and9 of those who looked upon - resump tion witti th cTaTPst of m.Tphfr,5.ona and since the financial suffering, inci dent xo resumption nas passed ana tne country has entered upon an Unparallel ed carpor of T.rn's.T.pritv whirl, no cnrul citizen c$n wish t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 July 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 31. 1880. TOWH TALK. The Marine City on h trip next week tires an excursion to Mackinac and Petoskey. H. A. Blake is getting the, ' brick for his new foundry and machine shop on the ground. , The hotels continue to do a lively busi ness, and the landlords are correspond ingly happy. The N. T. Steamer Milwaukee took out 125 bushels of huckleberries Thursday morning for Port Huron and Detroit. The Collingwood and Chicago line of steamers continue to land large num bers of emigrants from Canada to this section cf the state. Whatever may be the result in regard to other crops, a walk around the village will convince any person that the this tle crop will be an abundant one. Maud StYanderbilt's mare, astonished the Chicago people Saturday, trotting a mile easy in 2:13 . The Times says she eould have made it in 2:10 if urged. George A. Barclay has sold his inter est in the Barclay & Mattoon saw mill on Black river, to Messrs. Ogden & Tay lor, of Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 August 1880

v.- i!&&rjsrr! ' -- -":? 8am H Taji or VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7. 1880. NO 5 BUSINESS CARDS, 1TCMI.L.I3 LODGE No. 331 1. O. O. Fi 'Meets every Friday evening at 7;30 o'clock, at the Ma- sonic Hall, over tost x van Arsdale's store. A cord la nvitatlon la extended to all visiting brethren. W. II. SCOTT, H. U. H. J. MINER, Sec'y. fHEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCJ.. ; FIRE.'HAltnTE AND LITE. nome,Fire, of N.T., assets... ,1-000 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y, assets.- 81,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets Mutual Life, of N. V., assets 88,000,000 00 ST"Cargo insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario- lloct O. D. V. ROLLO & CO., Agents. JOSEPH COCHRAN, ARCHITECT "AND BTJ1LDES, Can be found at the office of Smith Bros., Che bovjran, Mich. - - , Designs for Buildings of all kinds furnished on short notice. MACKINAC HOUSE, K ACKINAC ISLAND MICHIGAN, Mrs. D. Carson, Proprietress. mHH house is pleasantly located near the A. steamboat landi...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7. 1880. JfATIOXAL, REPUBLICAN TICKET. , For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. IIASIOCKS LETfER OF ACCEPT ANCE. The. candidate of the Democratic party ror President has written hi3 letter of acceptance. It is somewhat amusing 1. 11.. ... ... .. iu uie iace or iacis as to the manner the party conducts their elections in the South; to read in Gen. Hancock's letter the following: "When fraud, violence or incompetence control, the noblest constitution and wisest laws are useless. The bayonet is not a fit instrument for collecting the votes of freemen. It is only by free vote, free ballot and fair count that the people can rule in fact as required by the theory of our govern ment, lafce this foundation away and tne whole structure falls." mi3 coming from the candidate of a party that has notoriously opposed any measure looking to secure a free and fair vote and to prevent frauds at the po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE Kntered at the Fostofflee at Cheboygan Mick., a Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1880 OYEa 1XD OVEtt AGAlW. ' Over and over again, ' No matter which way I turn, I always find in the book of life Some lesson I hare to learn. I must take my turn at the mill : I must grind out the jrolden grain; - I must work at my task with a resolute will 1 Over and oyer attain. . i i , . , - i s c We cannot measure the need . Of even the tiniest flower, Nor check the flow of. the golden sands. , . That run through a single hour; ( , . But the morning dews must fall, And the sun and summer rain . Must do their part and perforin it all Over and over ag-ain. Over and over again The brook through the meadow flows. All over and over auain. The ponderous mill-wheel goes; Once doing will not suffice, Though doing be not in vain; . : " . And a blessing failing us once or twice, May come if we try again. ' ; The path that has once been trod, . , , Is never so rough for the feet; And ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 August 1880

4 NORTHERN TRIBUNE.' Kntered at the Postofflee at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1880 TOWS TALK. The weather continues dry and farm ers are complaining:. , , Post & Tan Arsdale are going to start a branch hardware store at Point St. Ignace. ;-. D. Culver made a sale of lumber the other day at $7.25, $14.50 and $35 per thousand feet. Rev. Sidney Beckwith having very un expectedly left for home, the Rev. W. W. Rafter will officiate in St. James' church to-morrow, at the usual hours. The Oswegatchie landed twenty-five fanning mills on her down trip. Some for farmers here and others are to be for warded te Crawfords Quary and .Rogers City. IL-Uoward Webster, of Detroit, has in vented a plan for making barrels of wood pulp, subjected to great pressure, and a $J0,0U0 stock company 13 being or ganized. The Rt. Rev. Gregory Thurston Bedell, D. D- Bishop of the Diocese of Ohio will hold divine service in Fenton's Hall, Mackinac, on Sunday, August 8th at 10f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 August 1880

1$ BeU Geo , 'ji .'rT ' yQL 6 , CHEBOYGAN, BAITTBDAY,' ATTGgST 14, 1880.y- N0 (i i I t r t m t t n n it nin i n i i 11 11 i - NUKTnMPi THIHIM. BUSINESS CARDS, rpraMIMjK LODGK -No. - - 1 o. o. 331 'Meets every Friday evening n .jn n'ilnV at. tho M A sonic Hall, over f oaves van A red ale' 8 store, a corvua notation Is extended tJfgg" H. J. MINER, Seo'y. "CHEBOYGAN IJJSURANCE AGENCY. PISE, HAEINE AND UTS. Home, lire, of N.Y., assets 8'H' m ManhattaFire, of Tr. Y, assets.- 836,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets W Mutual Life, of N. Y- assets 86,000,000 00 Wetmore fc Lathrop, lYlioIesalenndrefaildcalersin : MERCHANDISE I Lakes XOSEFH COCHRAN, ARCHITECT AHD BTJILDEB, Can be found at the office of Smith Bros-, Che Designs for Buildings of aU kinds furnished on short notice. ' MACKINAC HOUSE, 3IACKINAC ISLAND MICHIGAN, Mrs. D.Carson, Proprietress. i......i.nilliliniT lnrated near the A steamboat landing First-class in every TMDect. Special terms to rammer tourists on application by cor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE Kntered at the Fostoffiee at Cheboygan juicn., as second Class Matter. SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, 1880 NATIONAL REPL'BLICAX TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York, STATE TICKET. - . For Governor, DAYID.IL JEKOME, or Saginaw, For Lieut ena at Goveraor, MOREAU S. CROSBY, of Kent For Secretary of State, WILLIAM JEXNEY, of Macomb. For Stale Treasu e-, BENJAMIN D. PEITCHARD, of Allegan. For Andltor Ge?eral, W. IRVING LATIMR, of Mecosta. For Commiaslone? of '.he Suite Land Office, JAMES M. NEASMTTH, of Kalamazoo. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, CORNELIUS A. GOWER, of Saginaw. For Attorney General. JACOB J. TAN RIPER, of Eernen. For Member of the Siate Board of Education, EDGAR BEXFORD, of Monroe. Congressional Ticket. . For Cons ess, E'ghl 1 District, ROSWELL G. HORR, of Saginaw. For Presidential Klector. At large CHARLES B. PECK, of St. CLvr. J " " SAMUEL M. STEPHENSON, Men ominee. Diajict 1 EDWA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1880. DOMT TAKE IT TO HEART. And wlthnnt fnrthPT PPTfimonV Mr. n Caryl found himself ushered into a semi- From Stanley Matthew's Clifton Speech. dark apartment, wnere a tan, sieuuet me great euon ui me ucuiuviomvjku- young beauty or eighteen summers or bo ty lor tne last two years, siuuw iucj u., sat before the fire, m a plain black dress, had concurrent majorities in the two with the simplest of cuSs and conars, houses of Congress, nas Deeu w s" rA oinrvla hlrm rihhnn faat.Anfid into nf Jnhnnv Tiavpnnort. in the CUV Of XSeW th thiMr ilart braids Of Her nair a Ym-lr. hecanse ne Sioou ueiweeu w,wv Mortgage Sa'c. WHEREAS, defaulthas been made In the payment of the money secured by a mnrtn dated the 12th day of January, in the year 1878, executed by Joseph B. Young-, rhowmn. Oebovjran county, state o Mfchis.in. tn SI ni iaus Legault, senior, and staniRln Lpitp ..'It. Junior, comprising: the fli-m nt s T a - lit & Son, of the same place. which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE.! Knterert t the Fostofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. .BASE BALL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 18S0 TOWN TALK. Divine service in St..Jnme3 Church to morrow at the usual hoars. Real the advertisement "of the Mullet Lake Exchange iD this issue. Several ner houses dot the shores of Mullet and Burt Lakes and others are being built. Smith Brothers have enlarged their dock in front of. the Mullet Lake House, both as to length and width. The St. Paul, owing to her accident, will miss one trip, not leaving here un til her regular time next Tuesday. New wheat has touched $1 per bushel In but very few places in this state. The ruling price is from 90 to 95 cents. We would call attention to the adver tisement for proposals tor mating im provements around the county property, Rev. J. II. Parker and party expect to break camp next Tuesday. All report havingenjoyed their tenting season very much. The Baptists have fitted up Werthi- mer's hall and hold regular services -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 August 1880

VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21. 1880. NO 7 BUSINESS CARDS, JIKMIIjK LODGE No. 331 1. J. J'i ' Meets every Friday evening-at-1 ;30 o'clock, at the Ma sonic Hall, over Post & Van Arailaln'aRtnrA. A rairdia v tailon is extended to all visitinir brethren. H. J. MINER, Sec'y. IIEBOTQAX EiSURANCK AGENCY. . FIBS, HABI2TE AND LIFE. Home, Fire, of N.Y assets- --125.000 00 ' Manhattan; Fire, of N. Y assets- 836,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets 824,500 00 Mutual Life, of N. Y assets 86,000,000 00 Carjro Insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario lloct &. D. V. KOLLO & CO., Agents. JOSEPH COCHRAN, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, Can be found at the office of Smith Bros-, Che" boygan, Mich. Designs for Buildings of all kinds furnished on short notice. - UACEINAC HOUSE, MACKINAC ISLAND MICHIGAN, Mrs. D. Carton, Proprietress. ITTHI3 boas is pleasantly located near the A steamboat landing, First-Class in every respect. Special terms to summer tou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE Kntereil at the Postoffice at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, ISSO NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. STATE TICKET. For Governor, DAVID.II. JXF.OME, of Saginaw, For Lieutenant Governor. -'XOREAU S. CROSBY, of Kent. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM JENNEY, of Macomb. For State Treasurer, BENJAMIN D. PRITCHARD, of Allegan. For Auditor General, W. IRVING LATDIER, of Mecosta. . For Commissioner of the State Land Office, JAMES M. NEASMITH, of Kalamazoo. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, CORNELIUS A. GOWER, of Saginaw. For Attorney General. ; JACOB J. VAN RIPER, of Berrien. For Member of the State Board of Education, EDGAR REXFORD, of Monroe. - Congressional Ticket. For Congress, Eighth District, ROSWELL G. HORR, of Saginaw. For Presidential Electors. At large CHARLES B. PECK, of St. Clair.. ' " " SAMUEL M. STEPHENSON, Men ominee. District...

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