Democratie National Ticket. e: Fw President - a SAMUEL J. TILDEN. For Vice President - THOMAS A. HENDKICKS. KLKCTORAL TICKET. For Etectonof President aml ' At Iirge- GBOKGE V. Ni LOTHKOP, í Wavne. - ai stin iu.aii:, ofackson. lst Dist.- JAMES HEINTZEN, of Wayno. 2d " - ALFB.ED I. SAWYER, of Monroo. :kl " -JAMES S. UITON, OÍ Calh.mii. Ith " - MARSHALL L. HO WELL, of Ca88. Blh " - FKBDERICKHALL.of Ionta. , Stil " - HUGH McCURDY, of Shiawassce. 7th " - JAMI'S li. ELUKIlXiK, at Maioinb. xili " - ALBERT M1LLER, of Bay. sih " - MICHAEL FINKEGAN, ui Houghton. STATE TICKET. For Governor - WXLLIAM L. WEBBEIÏ, of Saginaw. For Lioutonant Govevnor- JULIUS UOUSEMAN, of Kt-nt. For Sccretary of State- GEOKGE H. HOUSE, of Ingliain. For State Treasurer- JOHN G. PAKKHUUST, of Brancta. For Auditor-General - FREDERICK M. HOLI.OWAY, of Hillsdale. For Attorney-Gencral - MARTIN MORUIS, of Man stee. For Superintendent of Public Instnution- ZELOTES TRUESDEL, of Waslitenaw. For Commissioner of the State Land Ofliee - CHAUNCEY W. GREENE, of Oakhuil. Kur Member of State Board of Education- CHARLES I. WALKEK, of Wayne. For ilepresentative in Congress- JOHN J. KOBISSON, of Waahtenaw. LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For Senator- JOHN L. BURLEIGH, of Ann Arbor. For Repreaentative in the State Legislatun - lst Dist.- JOHN B. HENDERSON, oi 1'iiiMuUl. COl'NTY TICKET. For Judge of Probate - W1LLIAM I. HARRIMAN.of Ann Arbor. For SberifT- JOS1AH S. CASE, of Uanóhester. For County Clcrk- PETER TVITE, of Siio. Foi Register of Deeds- CHARLES II. ÏIAXLY, r,f Aun Arlwr. For Prosccuting Attorney - J. WILLAItD BABMTT, of Ypsilanti. For County Treasuror- MATTHEW GENSLY, of Frecdom. For Circuit Court Commissioners - CHARLES R. WHITMAN, of Ypsibmi. D. OLIPHANT CHÜRCH, uf Saline. For Coroners - MARTIN CLARK, of Ann Arbor. LEWIS C. RI8D0N, of Ann Arbor. For County Surveyor- SMIT1I WILBUR, of Ann Arbor. Democratie Conventlon- 3d District A Democratie Couvention for the Tliin Hepresentative District of Washtenaw Couu ty will be held at Thomas' Hall in the village of Chelsea, on Frtday, üctober ü, 1870, at 1 a. m., to nomínate a candidato tor Kepreseu tative in the State Legislatura. Kuch township will be entitled to the same number of delcgates as in the County Con vention. Dated, Sept. 12, 1876. By order of Committee, P. FLEMING, Chairman. Representativc Convenilon --2tlDlstrlc' The Democratie delegates frora the severa townships and wards coustituting the Second Kepresentative District (Stnte Legislature) ar requested to meet at the Court House ia thi city on Fbiday, üctoeeb 6, at 2 o'clock p. M to nomínate a candidate for Kepresentativ and transact such other business as may com beforo the convention. Each town and wan is entitled to the same number of dolegates as in the late County Convention. By order of the Committee, E. B. POND, Chairman. Ann Arbor, Sept. 20, 1876.