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The Pennsylvania Prohibitionists, In

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Statu oonvention at llarrisuurr on the 21st, nominated Charles W. Miller for Governor and Charles C. Hyattfor Lieutenant-Governor. CoNOiiKssioxAL nomlnations were made on the 21stas follows: Wost Virginia, Thiid district, Theophilus Gainos Iowa, Third district, Cari' ton F. Couch (Dom.); Eleventh district, V. (J. Farnham (Pro.). Illinois, Nineteenth district, G. W. Pillow (Rop); Eleventh district, S. L, Shclton (Pro.). Indiana, First district, W. F. Parrett (Dam.) renominated. Ohio, Sixth district, John II. lirigham (Kop). Missouri, Twelfth district, W. 1{. Lowis (Rep.). Kansas, Fifth district, John Davis (People's party), First district, L. C. Clark (Farmers' Alliancc). &BPUBMCAN8 in State convontion at Boise City, Idaho, on the alst placed a full tickot in the field, headed by Georgo L. Shoup for Govornor. Simkox E. Bai.dwis, of New York, was en the '2d electod president of the American Har Association in sos&ion at Saratotfo, N. Y. John G. Coy. of Lariraer County, Col., was nominated for Governor of that State on the 22d by tho Independent Labor and Farmers' Alliance convention. W. T. Clark, of Cleveland, O., was on the 22d oloctcd president of the Union Veterans' Union at the National Encampment in session at Lak├╝side, O.


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