Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 1, 1888, Wellsville, New York 8, No. 177. K. Y. JUNE Copy havo had on this goodi the are LOWEST nd the 8tock'most complete with Superior au all ilio at I aoi BANK 1 MbUT ok Alili ano the Til Complete and line Very Latest News Gathered Fresh TARIFF Ur BEGUN UNDER THE FIVE MINUTE Week we will sei 1 at 7c. a L at frinli at I a froo l at at an you l of L'S wo will you a 2- of of box oi paper of a hair worth bars Tulip Foap 25c. and a of toilet 8(nu) tooth for 5 4 ui Turkish for 25 of 2-ie, POUNDS BEST 50 CENT TEA VOK $ I and ONE POUND of very have a t s to th e arg est and our prices w. Bank et in the Hue AND LONT FAIL TO CALL The NEW E WEN tiad Trado It tor ti. 1,. nnii at or live Our not duo UH is A ho to with lo ill your or Wlt lu Senato tha Titilan of on of thn yesterday was tha of the on the Mills tariff tho 11%'e-mhuit O'Neill of ted the report on creating tho ot which was nnd tho as it rame from wan then to consider fho of the of the whole on tho wers that thero wero in for s. Tho was recommitted to the on to hayo blanks and on motion of Mr. tho into of tho on the tho tu bo by sections tho of Illinois nn take Jon. 2 of July 1, that tho to preparo for the Ho tno shouM only to tho Mr. Kelly of said as no one on Democratic side would for tho interest ho would do so. lie asked the house not to of Tennissee and South of Iowa protested against any action would tho lumber upon the f ar Maine said that making lumber five would put money In tho hands of the leen alid injure tlm without lowering said that it was pleaded that tho in fho interest of lie was that were Vicing to eut of New York an amendment sul Stn for the to take This was rejected by a 111 to to make the date of the Adams said that tln re was more now in Maine than twi nty After tho was of had Ix ea drawn on Jim of tho lie did not the who so shi that he we only through asked Mr. MeMillan why tin over in Maine tc on said it was wore better in lowa then does not of Iowa that a to bo to all sections not protect duties on of other sections of the a had continued for M ills I on be but objection he the committee motion nays the solidly opposing the and tlie without having over five reported tho legislative hill as by the appropriations com and its made the of order the hid that it must 1 considered in of the but or tD to revive tlie oT general of iti tw by and the houso with an by Mr. Peters from tho ruling of the on his point of order co * irow on wii Any foar to their If Three or four an to tiit bot il is it will in frne fdr gelatin And all fish juico Hodn bono ivory and bono clmr stricken china plates prunes and not on the marble of all binds in block 'T when or and duty paste or rolls from 4 the to b a and which fe taken from the free Ls put nt ad il are from tho free Tho duty on ground and or or colored not cut from of 1 to 1 cent Tho duty on crown and common window larger than is from IJ i cents to 2 cents Tho ohi ton is on slabs and of A of 4-10 of a cent piir is on iron or with longitudinal ribs for the manufacture of old duty is restored on Now is to cent lUco flour ryo meal from 20 to jHT cent. This was tho only The duty on and for of or cloth changed from per in the bilh to cents a Tho duty on carpets is from per in to 40 ad l ard from to 2!) cents Tho duty on India rubber India boots and is to present The duty on of nil in or is placed at 10 eonta per cubic IS FISK AND WILL RUN ON THE PROHIBITION of Ihe o O O O O 13 0 (i 1 O O 4 aml aud ganie - to af the Tolo yesterday play witli the in the a olT oii of of the Saw Hide TIIK Juno 1.The most of 1.Fiisit 2-Vfar-old Third Dick third 1 Cora 1, 1 mile and TO - it Mash Niek i Harold tor June at rome was the ' hot showers and tho All Own War In tam for but Be June tho Inhibition yesterday after a debate lasting ovor three bourn bristling and by woman in carrying before When convention In tha Black of up report ot tho committer on resolutions with the it by all of as declares that the manufacturo of and in liquor should be that prohibition must bo secured by stato and national constitutional the license and tho and parties which uphold favors ns to tho removal of duties from and of civil for woman demands tho abolition of strict arbitration in tho of labor that tho for actual demands a stringent immigration law prohibiting tho ot criminals or and with an invitation to full party to those desire to forward tho of Unes and to and of our native plonks which tho most applause woro thoso lading to tho prohibition of combinations of capital and reduction of the John M. Olin of Wisconsin a minority by forth that the of equal to woman by tho states to the public sentiment iii and that as rapidly tho camo into they to thi to be settled by 0 after a the previous was ordered amidst sixty or that they should Iks On a vivo voce vote tho minority was beaten by two to one and the convention until S tho convention Mr. Stevens of an addition to tho plank in tho providing for dut upon such of import iis will give protection both to the ami Uwi against the of the This was d o'clock the roll was for nomin for of tlie United until Now Jersey and then Morrow state took the and nominate I man of tho Ureat j the Tho further call of with and the by roll was for vice president of in nomination Tanner of of under his stale Bain of The to be WOK a la Decoration day Ilka cloud It wm little group of who had to honor tho gravis of dead four of whom had paid thW of their crimo upon the slab at hwid of tho plot w hich the group tiM of Underneath by before will yet be more powerful A. a of upon his and bis over the bor lato io. tarn wreathes or wrought in forms on tho five Panini group was apart nnd dki not ' wrth nor did the visited other to thera the to l. the convention yesterday thf first report of the on of which is that it inexpedient at this time t-o change the report is in to Dr. who wiid that be not with thoM who thought that when people differ from tho bishop they ought to mild in their 0}>-position. favorable to and views on convocation were until the of the morning of the Arthur J. liii h. F. L. Walter H. J. W. Jutie Hichmond were entert yesterday by who took them to tha various institutions on Ward's and i Last the a grand reception at their of the made a in which he I the of he aud hii i on of the ovation I lis 111 tin every will leave i-iv iiy Old Dominion line for a and held a larga j last night tije a i Iso- i to the to lay the matter against tto Union as manifested by the j men is June 1.The body of j has been j found in the river near and I suspicions of foul and of the United ' On April 1.3 tho orders for the regiments to ' Hain secured the floor the 1 1-1() Locust Mid W f r I bir lea 1 ray 1:1/. all L 1 nil ' I 11 lid 1 all Littl II St. 1.u-st:-raee v Unite 1 IL in 1, iso So 1'. Wahoo White Nose full Bucephalus milt MI Ii s declined I C. of Illinois Brooks of name of iSam was placed iii by 1>. 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