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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1SSO. HENRY ABBEV. O, my white, white, liut moon, thut sails iu the sky. Look down upon the whirlifl? world, for thou art up so high. And tell me where my Donald 13, who sailed across the sea. And make a patH of silver lisht to lead him back to me. O, my white, white, bright moon, thy cheek is coldly fair. A little cloud beside thee sernis thy wildly floating hair; And if thou would'st hare me row as white and cold as thee, . Go, make a mijfhty tide to draw my Donald back to me. O, my light, white, bright moon, that doth bo fondly shine, There is not a lilly in Jthe world but hides Its face from thine; . , . .. I too shall ro and hide my face, close in the dust from thee. Unless with lijrht and tide thou brin? my Donald back to me. - Tni'ULOW WEED OX IXGEKSOI.I. fh.l.tUnllw TnfSitflKr M T'luIPT- stood f the Teteran Journalist. To the editor of the New York Ilerald. r Men enteitaining infidel opinions for the last 20 or more years, and until th...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Kntered at the Fostofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1880 IVetmore & Lathrop's Column. General Merchandise Diy Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Carpet, Clothing, Groceries, &c. Frovisiong, Grain, Hay and Wood, t Flints, 4c to 5c, best. Coffee A Sugar 10c. Granulated Sugar 11c. Light Brown Sugar 9c. Try our Best Syrups at 60c. Choice Teas from 20c to 50c. Best Winter Wheat Flour f 6.00 Look at our Clothing! Our Stock of BOOTS tAND SHOES Is larger than ever, 8 Tons Jackson Co. Dried Apples at 8c. Corn Starch, Kingsford's best, 10c. Kingsford's Best Silver Gloss, 8c, 6 lb, Box Pearl, at 40c, Very Choice Butter, Gilt Edge, 25c Goods Delivered. Free. Send for Samples and Pricet, if you can't come. 7 WETMORE & LATHROP, Brick Store. TOWN TALK. Turn out and rebuke us once more. , The crop of Republicans proved Tues day to be an abundant one. That was a glorious rebuke. The Re publicans en joy that kind. Do it some mo...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 November 1880

SUPERIOR Geo W Bell r-.- . -X- " 1 M VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1880. NO 19 THE WKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISnLD EVB-Rr SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER cnEBOxasx. Michigan. i . ERMS OF SUBSRIPTION : One copy, one year, , - - - - 1 2 00 One opy, six months, - - - -100 One copy, three months, - - - 60 Rates of Advertising : one-half inch space (six linea Nonpareil o 'ess), tor one insertion, 25 cents ; one Inch space for one insertion, 50 cents; lor each additiona lnch,onelnsertion,50cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be jriren at the office. -CaHsin Business Directory, five lines or nn dir5per year; each additional line Jl per yeir. --- BUSINESS CARDS, TIEMrLE LODGE .No. 331 1. O- O. ! 'Meets every Friday evening at 7;juockh;k, i n eonic Hall, over Post & Van A oordia notation 13 extended to ltnJ?n- II. J. MINER, Sec'y pHEBOIOAN INSURANCE AGENCY. PISE. HASINS AND LIFE. Home, Fire, of N.Y., .asjjets r-LSS Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y., assets J6,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntored at the Fostoffice at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Hatter. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1880 THE NEXT CONGRESS. The Detroit Post and Tribune pub lishes a list of the members elect of the forty-seventh congress, revised and cor rected by the latest retuans. The figures show that the next congress will be more closely divided politically, In both branches, than any previons one for many years. The senate will stand, Re publicans 37, Democrats 37, Independ ents (David Davis and William Mahone) 2. Several senators are yet to be elected, but the political complexion of the legis latures which wiri choose them is al ready decided. The Republicans gain senators in Connecticut New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio, and lose them in Mississippi and Nevada. The two senators classed as Independents will probably act with the Democrats. The house of representatives, accord ing to the latest returns, will contain 151 Republicans 137 Democrats and five Greenbackers Mu...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1S80. JEXXISO.VS II ET. When the widow Coe married Jason Carter she brought him no money at all; only a small, stony farm in oppit, that had been her father's, and two wild boys of 10 and 12 years growth. Jack and Dan were hard subjects for a step-father to rule, and Jason Carter found his hands full. Naturally he was a quiet, gentle, persistent man; in his youth he ran away to sea, and for fifteen years he had been a common sailor, which had pretty well knocked the quiet out of and the persistence into him. In this time he had learned to swear, as a matter of course, though he had been strictly brought up, and went to church and Sunday school always. His father would here used the rod, but he also was spared the trouble, for both father and mother had died before Jason came back, and when he found they had gone he never went back to Tolland, but, when he got tired of sea going, went to peddling notions about the country, and at last married ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Kntered at the Postoffire at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1880 Wetmorc & Lathrop's Column. General Merchandise Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Carpet, Clothing, Groceries, &e. Provisions, Grain, Hay and Wood. Prints, 4Hc to 5c, best. Coffee A Sugar 10c. Granulated Sugar 11c. Light Brown Sugar 9c. Try our Best Syrups at 50c. Choice Teas from 20c to 50c. Be3t Winter Wheat Flour $6.00 Look at our Clothing ! Our Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES Is larger than ever, 6 Tons Jackson Co. Dried Apples at 6c. Corn Starch, Kingsford's best, 10c. Kingsf ord's Best Silver Gloss, 8c, 6 lb, Box Pearl, at 40c, Tery Choice Butter, Gilt Edge, 25c - Groods Delivered Free. Send for Samples and Prices, if you can't come. WETMOEE d- LATHROP, ' Brick Store. TOWN TALK. Raffle for a cow at Smith's restaurant, to-morrow evening. Rev Mr. Maile left Thursday morning for his home in Portland, Mich. Splendid free lunch at Smith's restau taurant, at ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 November 1880

L . SUPERIOR : -. .-- : , .-. . j - ' . , i ' . . : : i ' : V 1 : i .a :t. .n' ? v SPl - VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1880. NO 20 m. -TOE WKTCKLY . NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PBMSnis.D KVfcKr SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER: CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. ERMS OF SUBSRIPTION : one copy, one year, - - One opy, tlx month. -Oae copy, three months. - S3 08 1 00 50 Rates of Advertising : One-half Inch space (six lines Nonpareil o ets), tor oae insertion, 5 cents; one Inch space for one insertion, 50 tents; tor each addition a inch, one Insertion, SOeents. - - For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be given at the office. Cards in Business Uirectory. Ave lines or nn dr S3 per year; each" additional- line tl per yeir. r ' BUSINESS CARDS, fpEMPLK LODGE No 331 1. (J- kj. . r ' Meets every nuuy e cuius at 7;30 o'clock, at the Ma sonic Hall, over rosi na uvitation 19 extended to all sitinbret hren. H. J. MIXER, Sec'y pUEBOTGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. PISE. MASINE AND LITE. ; Home, Fire, of N.Y....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, lettered at the Postoffice at Cheboygan Mich., aa Second Class Blatter. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1880 Judge Darts Decision In the Forged ' Chinese Letter Case. New York, Not. 13. Judge Davis this morning rendered an elaborate decision in the case of Kenward Philp, charged . with criminal libel upon Gen. Garfield. The accused," his honor says, "is charg ed with two offences first, that he wrote the so-called Morey letter, coun terfeiting the signature of Gen. Garfield thereto, and secondly, that after Gen. Garfield made a public "denial of having written the letter the accused wrote the editorial 'Lying and Sticking to it,' and asserted that Gen. Garfield wa3 a liar in denying the authorship of it. It is ap parent, his honor says, "that no such person as Henry L. Morey existed at Lynn, Mass." The letter,' he also holds, is un questionably a forgery and .not in the hand-writing of Gen. Garfield. The ques tion of the guilt or innocence of Philp must be left to the jury ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1880. THE IDEAL. I think the son? that's sweetest Is the songr that's never sung; -That lies in the heart of the singer Too grand for mortal tongue. And sometimes in the silence Between the day and night. He fancies that its measures Bid farewell to the light. A fairy hand from dreamland Beckons us here and t here. And when we strive to clasp it It vanishes into air. And thus our fair ideal Floats away Just before, , And we with longins spirits Keachforit evermore. EXPLAINED. An Independent Democrat! Ppr T-II. whr Hancock Wan Defeated and rnld Elected. from the Chicago Times, Nbv.7. , The recent Presidential election has shown that their is an invincible reason why the Democratic party can never win . a National victory. It is that the youth of this ReDublic are not Democrats The sons of Democratic fathers have grown np Republicans. So long as slavery and the war linger within the memory of Americans, the youth of the Kepublie will continue t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Fostoffice at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1880 lVetmore & Lathrop's Column. General Merchandise Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats -and fa iw, Carpet, Clothing, Groceries, &e. Provisions, Grain, Hay and Wood. Print?, 4Vic to 5c, best. . ' -1 Coffee A Sugar 10c. Granulated Sugar 11c. . Light Brown Sugar 9c. - "- Try our Best Syrups at 50c. Choice Teas from 20c to 50c. ...Best Winter Wheat Flour $8.00 Look at our Clothing! Our Stock: of BOOTS AND SHOES Is larger than ever, Tons Jackson Co. Dried Apples at 6c. - - Corn Starch. Kingsford'a best, 10c. Klngsford's Best Silver Gloss, 8c,' '. 6 lb, Box Pearl, at 40c, Yert Choice Butter, Gilt Edge, 25c , " - . v ..... Goods Delivered Free.,, Send for Samples and Price, if you can't come.'' K !-1 -' ' - ' WETMOHE d- LATHROP, ,k Brick Store. t TOWJI TALK. Ihe mail came in on runners Tuesday evening for the first time this season. , Last Wednesday over forty persons took ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 November 1880

4 ' . KE SUPERIOR J'fA 4 ;. Geo T7 Bell VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1880. NO 21 THE WJCTCKXiY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. UBLISIIl!.D EVfcRf SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. ERMS OF SUBSRIPTION : Ooe cony, one year, - - $2 00 One opt. six months, - - - - 1 00 One conr. three months. ... 50 Rates of Advertising : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil o 'ets), lor oneinsertion, 25 cents; onelnch space for one insertion, 50 tents; lor each additiona inch, one insertion, 50 cents. for subsequent insertions, or a larger space, price will lo jrirenat the ofllce. Uardsin Business Directory, five lines or nn dr $5 per year; each additional line SI per yetr- BUSINESS CARDS, 1RMPLB LODGE No. 331 1. O- O. P 'Meets every Friday evening: , , at i ;;iu o ciock, hi me sonic Hall, over Post & Van Arsdale's store. A coroia nvitation 13 extended to all visiting brethren. W. H. SCOTT, N. O. H. J. MIXER, Sec'y. , pHEBOtGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. FISB, MARINE AND LIFE. Home, Fire, of N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 November 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Kntered at the Postofflce at Cheboyean Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 18S0 THE NEW APPORTIOXSIEXT. From the Inter Ocean. A Washington telegTam to the Inter Ocean mentions the satisfaction which the Democratic members of the present House of Representatives are contemplating the fact that they will have the apportionment for the next Congressional representation if the Su nprintendent of the Census completes his returns, as he now declares he will, by the middle of January, ine aispaicn uavs: They have confidently counted upon so arranging matters that the proportion of Southern Congressmen should be very larzelv increased at the expense of loyal New England, while the West should maintain about its present relative strength. It is rather difficult to see how any particular advantage is to be gained by fixing the apportionment; and that the number of Southern Congressmen shall be largely increased at the expense of any section is practically i...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 November 1880

I NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1880. THE SWEET.SCEXTED OXIOX. How dear to my heart are the scenes of Ber muda, ' When fond recollections present thera to view; The rosy tomato, the bright-eyed potato. The tear-drawing onion which flavors the stew: That jollyround onion. That silver-skinned onion. The sweet-scented onion which grew in this Isle, How sweet from the hot f ryin? pan to receive it. As, poised on mv fork, it inclines to my Hps; Not a full tate dinner would tempt nie to leave it, , Though coupled with nectar that Jupiter sips: That jolly round onion. That silver-skinned onion. That sweet-scented onion which grew in the isle. And now, far - remted from the loved situa- Tears of regret wilBntrusively fall. As f ancv reverts to Bermuda plantations. And sighs for the onion wherever we go: That Jolly round onion. That silver-skinned onion. The sweet-scented onion which grew in the isle. "NOT A WORD. MllfD, TO ANN." DISAII Not a word. mind, to Dinah AnnP Dinah Ann he...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 November 1880

I . " " " - NORTHERN TRIBUNE; Kntereil at the'Fi&stbfilce t Cheboygan I Mich., as Second Clasa Matter. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1880 "Wetmore & Lathrops Column. General Merchandise Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Carpet, Clothing, Groceries, &c Provisions, Grain, Hay and Wood. Prints, 4 Vic to 5c, best. Coffee A Sugar 10c. Granulated Sugar 11c. Light Brown Sugar 9c. Try our Best Syrups at 50c. Choice Teas from 20c to 50c. Beat Winter Wheat Flour $6.00 Look at our Clothing ! . Our Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES Is larger than ever, ft Tons Jackson Co. Dried Apples at 6c. Corn 8tarch, Kingsford's best. 10c. Kingsford'a Best Silver Gloss, 8c, 6 lb, Box rearL, at 40c, Very Choice Butter, Gilt Edge, 25c Groods Delivered Free. Send for Samples and Prices, if you can't come. WETMORE & LATHROP, Brick Store. TOWN TALK. Oysters in bulk at the Cafe. The boys have been enjoying the skating on the bay above Little island. There has been quite a reduction in the urice of fans w...

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

TIB. llK TTAT . " - V JJ-i. 0. THE WKKIfLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. UM.ISni!.D EYEKr SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. ERMS OF SUBSRIPTION : One copy, one year, - $2 00 One copy, six months, - - - -100 One copy, three months. - 50 Rates of Advertising : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil o 'ess), tor one insertion, 15 cents ; one Inch space for one insertion, 50 cents; lor each additions inch, one i nsertion, 50 cents. for subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be rTe at the ofllce. Cardsin Business Directory. five lines or un dir i5 per yeaf, each, additional line SI per year BUSINESS CARDS, pHEBOIOAS INSURANCE AGENCY, PISE, MARINE AND LITE. Home, Fire, of N.T., assets r6125 .000 00 M anhattan. Fire, of N. Y., assets.- RM.000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets Mutual Life, f N. assets 86,000,000 00 ry Carjro insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario' lloct O. D. V. ROLLO & PP., Agents. IKMPLK LODGE -No 331 1. 'O. O. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 December 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Entered at the Fostofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4 1880, The Speakership. Chippewa County News. The excitement and contest of the election being over, the time has now come when the discussion of other mat ters is in order. Chief among these, as far as the political affairs of this state i3 concerned, may be regarded the Speak ership of the state House of Representa tives. A number of gentlemen have been favorably mentioned in that con nection, but none of them are from the Upper Peninsula, or even from the north ern part of the state. The Representa tives from the Upper Peninsula, are per haps too modest to push forward their claims, but this section of the state, from its peculiar situation, and the growing importance, and magitude of its re sources and business interests, deserves, and should have, recognition; and the News is going to take the responsibility of bringing forward the name of one of its honored citizens and ...

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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1880. Plain Facts About Irelaud. From the New York Tribune Nov. 18. A correspondent, who finda the cable dispatches Complex, if not confusing, and who is anxious to know Bjust how the Irish land question stands," asks the Tribune to give him "a plain statement of facta." He wishes to rind out (1) what the leaders .of - the land movement ; are hoping to accomplish; (2) what the Eng lish Liberals have done in the past or have promised to do in the future to im prove the lot of. the Irish peasantry; (3) who is in the right in the present con troversy, and, consequenty, entitled to the sympathies of fair-minded Ameri cans. The correspondent's request is heeded, although he must allow us to remind him that the open- way to study tne nisiory or our own limes - is not to attempt an artificial "cramming" when the importance of a public question has been tardily recognized, but to read good newspapers-carefully every day. and follow the whole coarse of...

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

NORTHERN-TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Fostoffic at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 4 1880, lVetmorc & Lathrop's Column. General Merchandise Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Carpet, Clothing, . Groceries, &c. Provisions, Grain, Hay and Wood. Prints, 44c to 5c, best. Coffee A Sugar 10c. Granulated Sugar 11c. Light Brown Sugar 9c. Try our Best Syrups at 50c. Choice Teas from 20c to 50c. Best Winter Wheat Flour $8.00 Look at our Clothing! Our Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES Is larger than ever, 6 Tons Jackson Co. Dried Apples at 6c. Corn Starch, Kingsford's best, 10c. Kingsford's Best Silver Gloss, 8c, , Ib, Box Pearl, at 40c, Tery Choice Butter, Gilt Edge, 25c Goods Delivered Free. Send for Samples and Prices, if you can't come. WETMORE & LATHROP, Prick Store. TOWN TALK. Read the advertisement of the Star Laundry in this issue. Apples and onions received on the N. T. steamers last Saturday were more or les3 frozen. A large stock of the popular Fran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 December 1880

CT7EU VOL. c. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1880. NO 23 .x :"'-"V:' , v r r r -. ..vr SUPERIOR - a - '. ! ' - - " . . , - i . - - i , ; . , . . . , j THE "WJCTCKIy NORTHERN . TRIBUNE. tUBLI3IIkI KVfcKf SATURDAT BT W CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. ERMS OF SUB3RIPTI0N One copy, one year, - -Oaaeopy, six months, -One copy, three month a, - - 14 00 1 00 60 Rates of Advertising : Oua-half inch asaoe (six linea Nonpareil o ). lor one insertion, 25 Cent ; one Inch apace r oneinMrtion, Maenta; tor each additiona inch, one insertion, 50 cents. for subsequent insertions. or a larger apace, rices will be givanat the office.- - ' Oardsln'Buaiaeaaarectory.llTe"UBa'pr un d r $5 per year each additional line $1 per BUSINESS CARDS, QHEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. 7XBS, HASINE AUD LITE, i Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets i f5,12--.000 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y assets- 826,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets El Mutual Life, f N. V., assets- .86,000,000 00 tar-Carjro Insurance to and from all ports on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 December 1880

TRIBUNE, Entered at the Postofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 1880, TIIE ELECTORAL VOTE. From the Inter Ocean. . The Presidental electors iin all the states except Georgia, met on Wednes day Dec. 1st and cast their votes for President and Vice President. Garfield received the entire electoral vote of nine teen states, and one vote from California, in all 214 or twenty-nine more than the number required to elect. Hancock received the entire electoral vote in seventeen 6tates, . and five votes from Caifornia in all 114. The eleven vote3 of Georgia were not cast, as the state law provides that the Governor shall notify the electors to meet on the first Monday in December to be ready on the V ednesday following to cast their vote Article II. of the Constitution ' of the United States declares that "Congress may determine the time of choosing the electors and the day on which they shall give their votes; which day shall be the same throughout the Un...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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