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Gen. Frejiont, in a vvell, written, terse, pungent, and puinteíf letter, has acoepled the notninatiun for Presidency tendered him by the Cleveland Convention. He tells gome truths, truths which we have often told our readers, and which all wil! do well to ponder. He fails to endorse the platform in one or two essential parlieulars, uhich our readers will notioe. TRe platform we give this week, the letter oí aeceptanee will appear in our next. Gen. Cochraxe has ilso aceepted the nomination for Vice President given hira by the ame convention, The Baltimore Convenlion ha nominated Abraham Lincoln for President, and Andrew Johnson li.r Vice President, and has approved the policy and course of fchu 'adiiiinitrution, arbiiruiy arresta, supensiwn of tho habeas corpus, mazzling the presn, fru ds, con uptions, and all. Great is " Slnwldy" and Very meek are office-holders conventiooa. At Chicago arrangements are boina: completed for the accommodalion of the Democratie National Conven'.ion to convene Jnly 4th. A large building is being erected for the jMirpse. t1 The Democratie County Convention was held yesterday, anrl was largely attended. H. J. Bea-ke& was Chairman, and E. F. Uhl, of Ypsilanti, Secretnry. The following delegates were elected to the State Convention : Messrs A. C. Blodget, E. Bogurdu" J. Starkweather, A. Felch, M. ü'Brien, R. Beahan, VV. M. Brown, Newton Slitfldon, Jumes M. Kel.-ey, Peter Tu itt, Snmson Parker, and Olivur Iligh (íov. Fkloii was declared the choice of ono of the delegates trom this district to the National Conver.tion, A good spirit prevaded the convention. íy The Republican State Convention, for llie nomina'ion of candidates for State officers, has been called to convene in Detroit on Thursday, July Kth. EE" Tliose wiio desire to sce a coiupany of oíd Revoliitionary SoMjers, in ful] costmne, can do so iy -visiliiig Uiillard,s Panomma nX New York City. overnors Island, Nnzk('r's and Dmlswonli's Bands aix? reiitsented oiBuüawl's PanoraUBa which exbibita at Hanguterfer's Hall, Friday and Saturday evenings, June lOtli and l'lth, at 8 o'clock. ♦■■ JC2C W fiad in the Jacksoo Cithen, a report of the Wool Gr. wers' meeting held on the .31 st u!t., at the house of D. G. Rose, in öhavon, with a request to copy. We shall do so cheerfully in qnr next. TIn' meeting) adjonnied to meet at Noivell, Jackson County, on Saturday, June 18th. at 1 o'clock P. M. tO complete the organization of an association. LST Odd Fellows' will be interested to kaow tl'iat the great 0. F. Procession al tlie time of the DeJicatiun of their New Hall in N. Y., which was three and a half miles long, is to be seen on Bullard s Pauorami of tiew York -City. öo aaid lake your cousin, ov omebody else' oouain tosee it. Itexhibits t HaíBgsterfer's Hall Friday and Saturday ! i rterlrgf , J-.ii.-e lOth accl lih, ar 8V oVlock. '


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