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Republican County Convention

Republican County Convention image
Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
March
Year
1880
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

A Repufollcan Coiinly Convention to elect slxtcen delegates to the State Conveution to be held at Detroit, on Wednesday, May Ittfc, 1H80, at 11 o'clock A. m., to elect delegates to the Repiibllcan National (Jonventlon to be held at Cliicaiio June 2d, 18MÜ, and to transact suoh i .1 In-r business as muy properly come before it, will be Md at the Oourt House, In the otty of Aun Arbor, on Wednesday, Aprll Hth, 1880, at 15 ii'ilock M. Theveral oltlesand townshlps wlll be entltled to delegates In the County Convent Ion as follow8: Aun Arbor Tovrn. 4 Northfleld ..4 Aön ArborClty- Pittsfleld Klrst Ward 4 Kalem „ _..4 M.l Ward 4 Saline. - 8 Thlrd Ward 4 Sclo 6 r.mrtli Ward. 4 Sharon 5 Kilth Ward 8 .-Superior 5 Sixth Ward.... _..3 Sylvan 6 AngusU 4 Webster. 4 Brldgewatar 3 York S Deziw - 3 Ypsilantl Town 4 Freedom 8 Ypsilantl City, lst w.,. l.iiim 4 Second Ward 3 IxkII - 4 Tliird Ward 3 I, y n,l, .n „ 8 Fourth Ward 'Ï Manohtttsr 6 Flflh Ward 8 The nomlnation of candidatos for President añil Vlce-President being the ultímate object of the above convention, the commtttee deern it of the flrst lmportanc that as fnll an expression of the people as posslble should be obtalned. Wlth tliis vl,w they suggest that, lf oonvenleot, the several cittes and townships eleot delegates to tue County Convention at I li.-ir respective city or lowushlp caucuses, at which the city or townshlp olücers are tobe nomlnated, and that notlce thereof be embruced in tlie cali for the respective caucuses. Fiilly realizing that upon the resultó of the coming Presidentlal election may dependjhe stabllityaud success of the Republic, if not Indeed the exlstenceof Clvll Liberty, we cordlally Invite all who place country above party, love liberty and hale oppresslon, to meet and act witb us. A. J. SAWYER, Chalrraan. E. P. ALLEN, W. JUDSON, WM. D. PLATT, Kepubllcan Connty Comralttee. .1. K. LAWRKNCE, Secretary. ANN Akbor, March 19, 1880.