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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - September 23, 1904, Wellsville, New York N. 231TO4. HERRICK NOMINATED B. made the Which Seconded by Bourke Francis Burton Harrison For Lieut. 8^. 10.Tb Cd to wm calieri to ttM and ooIt aad boar of to of for mid and ma all woald enn non Xte of Siat of of 8bD tid in an for With of mutt of Um hitherto aa to kim io It to that if of 8obo-hari will bia h Um for of Monroe and Martin H. of for for Jail of for to bare Other in It ia afl that nomination by wUl bat wiU oo of of fnr at Called to 8i>t 90.Um Tenti oo waa called to order by Oord who M the Mr. to chair and WM received with load that ha aa Um ire of oi Dame waa for of The to the poetai and there waa applan e at to tariff Hearty the waa not the of this campaign tad the to real Mm when be on the Philippine repeated and again followed the the Democratic if elected pride not upon bat refraining from dolna which the and the of The wae quieted when the first mentioned Parker br when the most demonstration apparently person in the hall waa and the of the joined in the Star wm awarded Homblower m ba and farther of the toll waa and were cheered beginning with that of David R in the New York wmm the the of took t. at of nr Franc Burton Harrison of in from th 13th of John Pal of now a oi Can Been the present ko tm u flor wm wd tha oat going who Democratic h- wH resign an rice of of Iht committee In to hi en tiro attention lo hU campaign candidate for He baa no Intention at of log hii Bent In Herrick j an Ed wurd M of of Now and M 8h>[>iird. of whc drove each other from thp Mr from of the oi McCarren A. Hall ol | Mr. of the now mayor of aUte of and Thomas H Stryker of chief Judge of the conrt of ap peals M Cullen of at jua tice of that and Republican of the court ol E Werner of now of that bench by by and Republican audience waited than an hour after the time a. 80t for the reassembling of the while the leaders continued their which begrin Tues day resumed before 7 a m. yesterday and continued almost up to tho moment oi the call in the convention for nominations for the office of United Slates Senator Darld B. Hill to the con the name at Daniel Cady Herrick of A1 and while It had been rumored for time In ball among the waiting that Justice name had been upon aa a of thd oon the nomination by Mr. Hill waa with and wu not only without a dissenting rote but with speeches of support by at of whose Important Senator HUl himself was a reception which waa Firemen Inhale Gas at Small Placed at had oc aM U it W. for of T to OrMar Mr. of to with bim la which wa la about all Is u I no special to aa inquiry to would a In Mr. although that point haa mot decided fhr I hara ao to 1 am now In of a very cor That 1 mr did not care to for publication any features of thi Rila came to Hiy to pat to the and tn dellTer orally a of and good will from KIhr of mark and Sweden of which he ih hi la of aad tnm all patta of Thi of | by ELECTORAL an and almost every mention of his name thereafter was the signal for increased cheers and ap Feeling notable feature of the convention was the disappearance of all open evi dence of factional warfare between the Kings county head ed by Bute Senator P. H. and Tammany Hall undor tho leadership of Charles Murphy of the harmonious stato of which had followed the tense situation of the past two days was expressed in nearly every thosp of W Bourke Cockran and State Senator Thomas F Grady of Tammany Hall Luke Stapleton of or and H H Hook well of who stood as the sentative of H chairman of made an extended in which he the aUto charging it with and for his acceptance of the dual role of and chairman of the Republican state com mil platform a dl rect personal attack upon Odell as well as a denunciation of Republican an en of the national Democratic platform and and 22.Out of a s which at ti. oi the party four to at 2 afternoon the adjourned without day nominated the fallowing Cady Banick state Issues from the Democratic of chief participants In the confer which finally brought about action wore Senator for mar W. chairman of the national ex treasurer of the national Chairman Cord Meyer ol the sUte and W S. Rodle of the state executive State Senator Charlee F State Senator Victor J Dow National Norman B. Belmont and formei United Senator Edward Mur of There waa alao of m. Palmer of minority in the Herrick hare earlier In the but for the bitter opposition of State Patrick E and his tn the Albany by whom Herrick has for many Tears regarded as the of heir opposition within the party in Albany people -ere at over borne and Justice name was Into the it was accompanied by the soml cial that ho woul l have the support of the Albany well as of thai In about which fo similar reasons there had been tho beforo tb conTention came together the slon Increased that the situation found impossible of settlement and that the several dates must out their battle h one or more actual ballots upon th. ecu Tuition an Exciting The of an exciting Kle produced a feeling of intense in which was augmented as the minutes passed after the hour set for and all kinds of rumors in or Into the crowd from the the there more and more definite narrowing down the list of until only the names of Herrick and MarUn W of Brooklyn remained and at laat that of Mr. Littleton and by the time tho leaders entered tho hall It bad become quite generally known that Justice Herrick and Harrison had been selected respectively for tha first and second on the factors dominated all the and discussions leading up to the disposition of the One was Senator Hill's announced intention to out the strongest candidate upon whom anything like an could be reached The other was Mr. Insistence upon unanimous Both themselves after the con as absolutely satisfied with the balance of the ticket was a comparatively simple mailer and the speeches to a larRo extent consisted of tributes lo the candidates se change In the made In the last moments beforo the nominations For state treas virer Simon G. Schlacter of Syracuse had been but was replaced by William on the ground that a business man waa de for the Mr is a Hill made a little last night from the balcony of his m the Grand crowd ol gathered on the ser him with a and clamored tor hU At last he came out and thank you for kindness In this greet 11 and I to congratulate you splendid work of the conren tion ended today It means Dead and Four Others Cannot Sept 33.-rir is foar baing of oxygen and thirteen others ill from of nitric inhaled at a imall rtn the ol Port. Small ifl for the of foar 22. cm liter Terek coaling here bnt stopped and ordered to Ber commander protested that could not leare owing to needed to her She forbidden to take on any more coal be Notified at Sect 23.-It waa au today that oo Oot 4th for nn i wiU f their nomination at tbe of tor at Mr. will by Sanator Tbe other will be Depew Mr. Brace and J. Bloat of H. P. Sept. 22.Tbe Democratic itate committee met after the tion and Oiled ex Isting In the state electoral ticket due chiefly to the former in which is held to disqualify for electorship Following are the Ridder of New York was placed at the head of the ticket aa In place of H. P and C. was made district elector In place of Mr Ridder The changes are Nath an Straus rice T. Woodward cA New W P Mitchell rice Isidor Strang of Now William Demp In the Franklin district rice Matt C. of James K. Raf tcr In tbe Herkimer dis vice Rob ert B J. Haroun Howe rice S. Piper of Edwin Duf fy L. J. of Frederick Cook vice Walter B Duffy of Body Washed Sept 22. The body ol Charles B. editor of a York was washed today near Eng land He either fell or Jumped orer hoard from the steamer Prince Albert 30^ midway between Ostend ' MARKET la royal a of It of alato a baad aad a of whiU royal mm m of of king br aaa aod to the altar as tbe anng or be the of the Then I he rare tbe king and Peter mounted tbe of throne and sat upon it A from of Sani when crown with Holy Then to bin tbe president ot aad of tbe placed crown people to for Kiag Petar maoy of rioM ol woald hava L. who king of the aad SerrU bora la ta and their crowa This waa to that was tir of aod king the his tory of the which waa handed to ministar of to placed in having to tha to the crown waa with a military and placed on of waving of throwing of akwa of royal made tbe reception of the king to ordinary but to the maa behind tbe It appeared a managed of of 8rTia from 1843 to waa klag of 10-11. 1903, by of Um Serrian army after had King and For many had quietly at waa In ims to Zorka of in 1800. two and a 17: and lA. and agad 18. Peter is from a who was ta 1801. Ha of 8rTla from 1804 to 1818 was by during a cod For 123.-PrBidnt and left Car Struck Charge of Sept. 22.Tb cratic text book baa been completed and la be tbe of the two par and reprints a of br leading Weather at 22.-The tempera ture in this city fell zero the state of New York and In my judgment is the in the Hill left Saratoga for Al bany with the Albany Democratic club last and W. F. went to New York on the Empire SUta ex The Tammany delegation left soon after the adjourned but Chariee F. Murphy remained here P. a McCarren and the men remained ntU this toarn York I f. o. h No 1 northern 2 com. f. o. h No. 2 61V4c. to 31 3 to 40 37He41c, 10 good to 1\4 1101l*c; imitation full 9c. State and 27i? 28c. per 87 Bound Boston Car Blown to Sept 22.-Frank under arrest ou of murder of Charlee baa been from the Albion indictment having been Provision SopL 21 1 car loada 1.5. No 2 com. fo b No 2 59c 2 f ob No 3 34c Fancy blended per bbl. low 25 0500 Creamery ex tra tubs 2(V: state and Pennsylvania creamery 194% it 20c; fair Passengers Killed Outright and Several Fatally Many Severely Wounded Vicinity Presented a Ground was Strewn with Arms and Other Portions of the Bodies ot Persona who Had Been so Ushered Out of the Car was Loaded with was blown Into small while within a radius at a fuarter of a mile were Immediate of the accident a fearful Tha was strewn with and other portions at the of who had while shrieks and groans came writhing forms of the car mostly oa way to In this the accident taking place only a of a mile from a few a crowd had collected and the injured wore tenderly cared for until from and nearby reached the than three hours the greatest existed and It was to the of any of the dead or Injured or to ascertain the cause of the of rushed about trying to And relatives and and the were Ontario Sept. 22A of the New Ontario and Western railroad made the that the management holds proxies for over 381.000 out of a total of 580,000 shares Tbe annual takes place on Wed It was reported that r new plan would be submit ted to at this but of the would not this Repudiate Sept 2!.-The friars have repudiated the made In Rome between the late the lata delegate In the and former that the money paid by the ir tha at friar landa in the and hare re quested that the to tham Ih made in drafts on 18c full 10c; good to fancy 6O06Sc Buffalo Live Stock on 15 25 to good butcher medium half fat 00; common to fair 12 2562 choice to fat heifers 14.0094 40; good butcher 00 03.4; choice to extra 50 fair to good 259S75 LAMBS 25: to good fair to good 14.4004.50; mixed iS grades medium 15 9006.15. Hay per H2 00O1S00; on 115.00014.00; No 1 do No 2 Sept 22An out ward t 3-fersiins was blown at S o'clock night Dear tho comer Wyoming and this by strums 2 box dynamite had off an ex press Six were three more died of their injuries within an hour and 19 others on the car wore taken to the two hospitals from various At least a score in tha diate of the were treated for cuts from flying Tho following dead had tifi Malcom E A South died at D. diad at unidentified dead were three and a of the women at the Mel A J D. George H of each had a Mrs. John Conway of and Or Parry of had both of probably great was the force the ex that all hot \0 Sept. 28.It is that of 1 Lady Curren of
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