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1 fHHiCt. DEMOCRATICÑOMINATIONS. For President WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK, Of Pcnnsylvaniu. For Vice-PresidentWILLIAM H. ENCLISH, Of Iiirfiuim. The rioiitok tui ai, is y jury, tuk iiaukas corpus, tuk liukhtyoktiik FBBB6, TUK FBEEDOM OV Kl'EACIT, TUE NATIUAI. RIGIITS OF SKBSOSS, AND TUK KHÜITS OP PBOPBBTT, MUST BE PRB8MWHD -From order of Oen. Eancockal Nam OHeans, November 29, 1867. ELECTO 11S. At Large- PETER WHITE, AROHIBALD McDONELL. Kirst District- WILL1AM FOXEN. Second District IIIHAM .1 BKKES. Third -JAMES S. ÜPTON. Fourth District QERMAIN II. MASON. Kiftb District- HOBACBR PECK. Blxth District JEROME KÜDV. Sevcnth District- WIL PMAN MILLS. Etehth District --W1I.UAM lï. MARSH. Nintli JAMES. DEMP8EY. STATL NOMINATIONS. Governor- FREDERICK M. HOLLOWAT. Lieutenent Oovernor- EDWAKD II. THOMPSON. Secretary of State- W1LLIARD STEARNS. Attorney General- BENBT 1'. IIENDEKSON. State Treasurer- ISAAC M. WESTON. Auditor General- RICHARD MOORE. Commissioncr of State Land Office- JAMES 1 DAVÏD, Superintendent of PubUo Instniction- ZELOTES TRUESDKL, Member Boanl "f Educatton- ALliERTCKANE. For Representativ.. in OongreBBSd District, WILLIAM H. WAXDBY, Of Lenawee. Democratie Legislative TicketFor Senator. DAVID U. UOSK. For Reprosentativc. 1st. District. EDWARD KINCi. For Represen tative ad District, JAMES 13. VANATTA. For Representative. 3rd District, JAMES S. GORMAD . Democratie County Ticket. For Judge of Probate, tWILLJAM D. HARRIMAN'. For Countv Clerk, EDWARD DUFFY. For Sheriff, EDWIN W. WALLACE. For CountyJTreasuivr, JACOK KNAPP, For Register of Deeds.g MICHAEL SEERY. For Prosecuting Attorney. CHARLES R. WHITMAN. For Circuit Uourt CommisBiomi-s, HOWARD KTEl'HENSON PA1RICK McKERNAN. For Ooroners, MARTIN CLARK. '.CONR4D GEORG. ForTSurveyor CHARLES S. WOODARD. Democratie Meetings. CHARLES lt. WH1TMAX. Webster Xown Hall Oct. 2r Whitmore Lake Oct, SB, StoneyCreek Oct. 2H. DeU Oct. 7. Peebles' Corners, Salem Oct. 28. Mcorevillu Oct 28. PATRICK MC KERNAN Will divide the time with Mr. Wiiitmnn when the appointments are for the same erening. Milan Oct. 2S. Register! Register I All new voters, or those who have changed thcir place of rtsklcnce within year, bhould register tlieir names Tüesday Oct. 2Gtit, This thcy must do in order to vote. A sessiou of the board of registmtion will be held in the several ivards Tnesday, Oot. 20, 1880, commencing at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of that day and elosing it 7 o'clock in the evening, it the following places: First ward - Krapf's shop on Wasliington streef. Second ward - Hutzel & (.'o. 's store on Main street between lluron and Washington street. Third ward - Agrieultural room in the basement of the court-housc. Fourth ward- M. Hogers' store on Detroit street corner of North street. Fifth ward - Engine house. Sixth ward - McDonald's store. Remember, all persons who are entitled to vote and who have not already registered in tlie wards in which they now live, shouid register tlieir iiiiines.


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