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The Funeral Of Major-general John C.

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l'remont took placo at Hew York on the lflth, the remains boing laid to rest in Trinity Cemetcry. Many distinguished persons were present. Tuk Wisconsin PemocratS will meet In State, eooveotion at Milwuukeo ui August 'JT. C(ixi;i!ksiosai, nominations wero mado as follows on tho ltith: Indiana, Eighth district. .lames A. Mount (Rep). Minnesota, Third district, Darwin 8. Hall (Rep.) renominated. A State convention of Republican clubs will be held in l'hiladelphia September ■;::. Axbeht F. Ai.r.KX was nominated for Conjross on the lTth by the Farmers' Alliance of the Second district of Kansas, and .lohn M. Woaver was nominated by tbc Iti'ptiblicans of the Twenty-first district of New York. Thomas I)o.i: i:i.r., the oldost turfman in the United .States, died at Ilichmond. Va., on the lïth. l{i!i(i.Dn:i;-(;K.i:nAi. DaHTEL T. V.vf Burkx, who was ono of the flrst to toIuntoer at the outbroak of the robollion, died at his home in Plainfíeld, N. J., on the 17th, affed ö" years. Tuf Farmers' Allianco and United Iabor parties of Minnesota mot in State convention at St. Paul on the 17th and made the following nominations: For Governor, S. M. Owen; Lieutcnant(Jovornor, J. O. Iïarrett; Secretary of State, M. Wesi-nborj1; Auditor, P. H. ltahilly; Treasurer, Kric Mattson; Attorney-üoneral, M. Hurllngamo; Clerk of tho Sopéente Court, F. V. Kohier. TiiEdead-lock in the Democratie Stato convontion at Nnshville, Tenn., was broken on the lSth. .lohn P. üuchanan, the candidato of the Farmers' Alliance, being nominated for üovernor on the twenty-fifth ballot Tuk Farmers' Allianco of tho Second Minnesota district on the 18th nominatod James II. liakor for Conross, and in the Sixtli Illinois district Andrew Ashton was nominated by the farmers.


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