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Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1890, Olean, New York SIXTEEN PAGES n A The Olean Democrat VOL. XI. OLEAN, CATTARAUGUS CO.? NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 10, I 3SO. PATTIMW .VXD BLACK. THE PITTED AGAINST THE RE- PUBLICANS' CHOICE. NO. 33 Black for lieutenant Su-l C.'IKEKEJD TO THE ECHO. William H. of PHtsVirg Unan- imously KomhiiUcd for Secretary of Internal Aflairs rx-Governor Patti- son's Address to the Enthusiasm Manifested Throughout the Platform. nated Cliauncey governor. ,-uul named Robert K. Vi Collins named diana. The Wright, h lo.ii" tion was iiKnie t.n William H. for .s.-cn i: by acclamation. In the meantime a committee to bi ex Governor IVtiron coir.'i :i' ion. c'-mi'bt i, with tiiC nominee of tiie
ck. when they to the at t In the tb v were An Interesting: Paper Read Before the Teachers' Convention at Saratoga. SARATOGA, X. Y.. July In the after- noon -session of the State Teachers' con- vention a paper of absorbing interest was read by Hon. "Willian A. Post of Canton. civil service on the subject: special training in the schools for pol- itical duties of citizenship practical''" In part Mr Post Mid: The public school supported and common well as coiiHderatK r-- of value to th" body politic. wniil.J to require a uon- partivjn flucatiou the lines of oconomy. if nnv be given. In othornords.in-Tructiin.il upon t' e ronnectcd v. Mr. Post''; pap'r plf.i in of aYs'-'-f Attempt to Cremate a Girl. TORONTO. Ont. July P boys, aged about 12 year-, made a deliberate attempt to crematf a G-year-old girl on the street here. One of them a large quantity of oil over her and the other set her cloih- ing on fire The girl to run, atod the leaped as hijh as her head, fcat an Italian threw her ar.d the flame? with his jacket before the girl was fatally l.--.r'.cd. The boys, who are unknown. Killed by Indians. VMPF.RI P.. W Sprudinjr. clerk of forti v, ac'-uiiipanied by if ft for :he interior i N i t i :ie r-.-i CA i t.c at all in- r-owrrful i y :cT5 J.a'l of In- :o invc-Mi- -t A r bad IT f ITT- of T'. p. C hf V of the
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