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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 12, 1888, Wellsville, New York - V - - 8. No. 2iScj WELLSVnXE, H JULY 12 1888 BIG we are Headquarters A AS TIIK am Meet of Compiete and line Very Latest News Gathered Fresh From Every REPUBLICAN RATIFY THE NOMINATION OF HARRISON AND Week we will New Dates at 7e. a Larije nuts at 5 fresh Lemons at 15e. a Good roasted at 20c., at 7o. an ounce and give you a free of a5 wo will give you a 35 bar of ouo box of box of bos of 1 paper of a of hair 2) worth 50c. Tulip soap 25o. and a cako of choice toilet free 3500 tooth nicks for 5 4 pounds of beat Turkish prunes for 23 pounds of raisins 25c. POUND TEA FOR and ONE POUND are uow weekly of very have the largest the largest and bur prices Every in the line AND DON'T FAIL TO CALL NEW AH to Representation in But Will Work With All Thelf National Chosen u Campaign N. 12,Tlio oi tho of Republican 5 p. m. Tbe on resolutions tho following platform which ttm we ratify tho of Boa jam in of Indiana for aad P. Mortem of New York for vim and heartily approvo the platform of the With candidates of character and proved abilities appeal to the the and dearly issue of protection to American American labor and American appeal to all who the prosperity of the people and tho of good government to cooperate in victory national and state tickets of the Republican and we pledge this league through each of the dais and their 100,000 to work for the triumph of the saved the That as a league wo distinctly and all right to in the regular of the The object of this organization is to act as an auxiliary and to push the of the Republican party through co-operation with its regular and the Young Men's of Twenty-first assembly offered a the convention ask each dub to of victory or defeat in its and urging tho of Tbe resolution was good deal of confusion was caused by motion by Mr. to re-elect the officers of the Secretary who is a candidate for protested that he would rot accept a Tbe chairman declared Mr. motion and added to Axi appeal was hut not and a motion to reconsider the reflection was to adjourn were voted domi and the election of was declared in Various names were presented for including Mr. the present Mr. made a vigorous and Mr. about tbe Mr. was finally re-elected and also the other final to accept the chosen to tbe National and the convent ion adjourned till this Timers was a ratification mass night addressed by Senator Warren Miller and CAMPAIGN July 13,-Tb following ia by Chairman In with tho resolution of the national Democratic June 20, 18SH, chairman to a campaign I have this day iho gentlemen as such William Scott of P. of Matt W. of North Calvin H. of John R of Herman of of Arthur of M. of will Iw a of tho campaign nt No. 10 Pire Nrw York on July 17, at 11 H. 15.\IiX!'M, 1A1LK0A1) TRAIN W. RED RICK of FOR hy July 12.At tho convention held following plan of as by the was after debate ad urge upon tho people of Dakota the vital importance of making and tho of the states of North and South Dakota tho controlling issue and beyond other for representative officers in tho fall urge upon them the especial Importance for the legislature determined who will sweeping reform of the abuses which flourish under the present territorial in its financial sternly tAke from the all powers have the legislative authorities of the during the first two days of two conditional ona for North and one for South who will themselves in results of the coming presidential election shall bo to Dakota and plaw in power and whose policy and shall threaten Dakota with a or indefinite colonial will have tho ability and courage to take such other measures as they lawfully may for the relief of tho people of two OH J. H. M. The of the territory will 1 to subscribe to a fund for the of prosecuting an active funds are to be handled by a central committee for this purpos July h if notable in dan's Ikis been very most ot tbe time con and net and his tion IS is lent this action no tendency to the it is thought his panerai is In addition to Lij miSk and crackers bo has of tn to he and July 12.Joseph M. colored of for of A. by ri him witli the the professor has been to and iine to Any Auk to In July 12,Shortly fi k ft c row by a mob yards and Hi l Fireman Barkyle rely men backing n train into thi and when th had r d aviv ami a I of r. had the cry of ' a le of and tho mm on the n' i M ' switch was and tlK II ha I were ran into the but tbe and no arrests were men were taken to IN KANSAS Switchmen Police Bworn 12.The of boycott by tbe is by the action of tho which waited upon marly nil the of the roads and that no freight be tho meeting of it decided that no action should bi until arrival of the different now on their way to of the hns I of all other that tbo would take no transfers until 1 Tbe mayor in There are now sixt v t aial in the of tho Want to July 12.The application for a writ of corpus in of an I the cl rks of the grievance con of tho Brotherhood which sworn out by Edward was by Judge 1 unon The ot the prisoners who declared that they wished thf of the This action is to be due to fear on the part of tbe two men that the brotherhood might take vt upon them for the reve which are said to made in to the alleged to have Chairman Hogo of Burlington end pam Ik well for tJM flutte for Um few looked M out itf 1 aftar third teBing mod for tte Vm In fa steal 8*Ktmd ran U mirad in favor of 0 6 0 9 0 0 t 1 0 0 1 0 8. Kew York Wew Tortt Heaty ud July 12.Th Lady Baldwin into Ute box and fctr foot Then he and tbe cune wmy near knocking oat tbe mm hit I 8 0 1 O 0 9 S. and ' At 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 T. and aad U 169t03@fi H. aad lo 0 0 0 0 6 t 0 0 S 0 d City t. City 1. aad 0 1 1 0 7. 0. Hamilton t. - for a red Mie hy the at c OPPOSITE U. S. U ivf no all can tria patent ana at remote 111(Ir.i.v.a,--ur with description or tree A. 3MOW Mach Circular Saw National Committee for July 12.At tho of the national M. S. Quay of was chairman siud J. Sloat Tho chairman and were also to till the same on the executive The as M. H. li lUw IJ J. S. 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