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Matt m E-y fa.
Jtnriifloa Davis U Id England.
Blaise was nmlor homcopnthlc Iroat
roent durlnf Ms late lllnpw.
Ex-Architect McttKT U railed on to
explain tome crooked transactions con
nected with the St. Louli custom house.
CrxcWKATt l not a food place In wlilch
to nominate a roan for the presidency.
The men who nominated Greeley there
will fweaf to this.
Thx etrawbeiTjr yield In and about
Central! haa been enonnoni this reason.
The amount of money made, it la mp
poeed, will reach one hundred thousand
Silver will be plenty after awhile.
The house at Washington has authorized
the tone of $30,000,000 of subsidiary
white coin. But how long will the
money makers be in getting this small
amount ot "honest chanj?e" ready f
Senator Axthoxy has been re-elected
to the United States Senate from Uhode
Island. The new term is his fourth.
It ends March 4, 1883, and if lie lives to
complete it, Senator Anthony will have
served In the Senate as long as Sumner
Thr names of Alex. Shepherd and II.
D. Cooke hare been placed among the
jurors summoned to try Babcock for his
alleged share' in the sate burglary busi
ness. Shepherd and Cooke were both In
the District ring, and trying to get them
on the fury to try Babcock, Is a very
sharp trick of Marshal Sharpe, Grant'
brother-in-law. Tuo trial is set down for
MrLMOAX is now In Washington. He
Is stubborn on two or three points. He
sticks to the assertion that Blaine oflered
him a consul-ship, and offered it to him
In earnest. He also declares, and says
he can prove it before the Investigating
committee, that the letters read by Blaine
were substituted by him and were not
the ones noted In Mulligan's memoran
dum. T Memphis Avalanche is of the
opinion that "Gen. Hancock is gradual
ly coming within range of the presides
Usl probabilities ut St. Louis." The
people are not much Inclined to go a sol
diering this year, but of all the soldiers
Gen. Hancock Is tho most preferable
He has a profound respect for the civil
power, and at New Orleaus proved that
he could face a frowning Republican par
ty in vindication of the rights of the citi
zens under the law.
: Thr United States marshal and dis
bursing officers at Springfield have in
formed District Attorney Connolly that
there aro , no funds to pay jurors
alter the 20th Inst. The Harper trial
was set for the 27th, and the Praia
whisky trial at dates between the ISrth
and 30th. These cases may lie tried at
a special term of court called for the oc
casion, tnelr expenses paid out of
the general appropriation, but they will
not be. The probability is that they will
not be tried at all in the near future.
They would come too close to the fall
Thk Democrats of Indiana, becoming
dissatisfied with their candidates for the
supreme bench, have been demanding
their withdrawal from the ticket The
candidates, Judges PeUit and Bushklrk
refuse to be put off in this way, and
declares that he will not withdraw from
the ticket, and that he will vote against
It will vote for and endeavor to elect the
Republican ticket. In genial Christian
manner he says that an injury was never
done to him that he did not get revenge
for it, and that be w 111 now be revenged
upon the Democrats.
The Slatt Journal, a journal that pro
fesses to be a humorist aud k often a
great failure in attempting to be sarcastic,
place themselves under the leadership of
R. TliH ap Tiieltpr. iiiiIpm thfv Pftn r.
movethe disabilities of Jeff. Davis so he
can reenter con press. Kotso. Some other
.tow m reauy tongue arm iuc as auie
'as Hill and more discreet, as learned as
Tucker and with lest record and then.
'good Lord ! but he will rob the rascally
neads of rascally Radicals letter stealers
Ex-Cmitr of the Secret Service. Wood.
estlfled before Caulficid's committee on
expenditures In the . war department.
jim the secret service was made use of
n New York for the sole purpose of in
Imldating voters, so as to prevent them
Yum coming to the polls, or, If they did
We to the polls, to vote the republican
kket against their own political tenti--anti.
Wood organized the secret ser
tee division in 1&C5, at the Instance ot
a secretary of the treasury, the sole
"urpose being to prevent and suppress
So counterfeiting of national securities.
7ood is a Republican of the str ictea
( A writes iu the New Orleans daily
Imjtwm, who has firm faith iu the jetties
y& admires Captain Kadi as the great
t eguMwr oi the times, concludes an
13 on "Moral Jetties" thus: "As
L Kadi has so successfully inat lgura
J lis jetty system at the mouth of the
.itfppl, it has been proposed to place
JtiUe bead of the government, in or
r t st he Buy put down some honest
Rational jetties through whkbto
t the strong lore of public opinion
""z! ' the compound crockeduets
country, and dear out the chronic
1 hss aad.old rod ated bars which
Xflsts) years obstructed the great
BI.AIftE'ft RlCKSMft AXD W:L1
At six o'clock on Tuesday evening,
Gen. Garfield railed at the residence of
Mr. Blaine, lie was admitted to the
room where the ik man was lying, and
thi Interview between them is thus de
tailed by the correspondents :
When he approached the bedside Mr.
Blaine extended his hand and Inclined
his head In recognition. Gen. Garfield
inquired if he recognized him. Mr.
Blaine answered that he did. The fol
lowing colloquy then ensued :
Gen. Garfield Do you suffer any
Mr. Blaine extended his right hand to
his forehead and said : "A little."
Gen. Garfield IK you want me to talk
to you a little to tell you something?
Mr. Blaine Yes.
Gen. Garfield Your friends are doing
everything for you, here and elsewhere.
Your interests are being protected.
Everything is working well. You have
a supreme duty to perform we all ask
that of you. We want you to exercise
all your will-power to be quiet to ob
tain rest to be still.
Mr. Blaine promlseJ he would do this,
and pressed Gen. Garfield's hand in
recognition of this injunction."
Two hours after this scene, Blaine elec
trilled his family by calling lor pen and
paper. They were handed to him and
he wrote, "in his own peculiar hand
writing, more distinct, if anything, than
usual" to his colleague, Eugene Hale, at
Cincinnati : "1 am entirely convalescent,
sutfering only from physical weakness."
All of which goes to prove whut has
been so often suid, that Blaine is a most
remarkable man. He can get sick faster
und well sooner than any other man In
the country, North or South.
"THK RECORD OF THE YEAR."
The New York Evening Mail, speaking
ot the new magazine of the above title,
says: "The editor and originator of this
new candidate for popular favor s Mr.
Frank Moore, whose connection with the
Rebellion Record will be gratefully re
membered by all. The plan of this
magazine is calculated to preserve a dis
passionate and satisfactory account of
events in the order in which they occur
in a permanent and convenient form. It
includes iu its scope not only the re
cording ot accounts of public events, but
ol such matters of general Inter
est as have occupied public attention
political, literary, social, commercial, etc.,
etc. There are hundreds ot Jewels which
appear In the daily newspapers, little
gems in their way, which are deserving
ot a more permanent setting than a daily
journal affords, and this the Record is in
tended to supply. It is Intended, also,
that each number shall contain a finely
executed steel engraved portrait of some
prominent personage, with whose name
the public at the time are busy."
We have received the July number,
and find it up to the promise of the ini
tial number that was issued in April.
ThU Dumber conUins a unique and val
uable diary of important teU aol oc
curences tUrouuot the worUl. and in
addition two hundred other ankles.
Price, per month, M cesu ; $5 00 a
year. AiMfna i. w . Carietoa X Co.
PublUher. Madion vjaare. New York.
THK ttESATKIJkI. 11 J.
The contest for nomination as a candi
date for senator in this district by the
Democratic party Is becoming, it it has
not already become, very warm In fact.
hot. In Union county Col. Townes, one
of the most active Democrats in South
ern Illinois, and one ot the most brilliant
campaigners in the Slate, is the favorite ;
but the "battle royal' between Hon. F.
E. Albright and J. B. Maj ham, Esq., In
Jackson county, has monopolized atten
tion, aud even t'ol. Townes has
stopped to look on and wond
er what all their wrangling
is about. Every one who knows Mr.
Albright, knows that he is one of the
most indefatigable workers in any cause
in which he is Interested. He never says
die ; but he is also one of the most care
ful men ot the chances of the Democratic
party, und he hesitates to press forward
at this time, fearful that his candidacy
may weaken the organization in some
measure. Mr. Mayham Is a new man.
but he Is a man in whom hU friends have
the greatest confidence. He is a good
Democrat and a worker of great indus
try. What the upshot of the cauvass
may be we do not know, but we are for
the nominee whoever he may be.
THAT NI LE AXD -THOME LASD."
Fred. Douglas made the most eloquent
s(eech of the day on Wednesday lust in
the national Republican convention. In
It he growled a little. To the Republi
cans he suid : You uave us freedom, but
under what circumstances r When the
Israelites were rescued from Egypt
they were jiermlited to take thingi
to enter Into and possess "the loud
of promise." When the serfs ot Russia
were made free, each was given a few
acres of land. But what did you give us ?
Vt bcu you turned us loose yeugave us
no acres; you turned us loose to the sky,
to the storm, to the whiil wind. II that
dues not mean that mule and those forty
acres or land, what does ll mean ?
Senator Jxgau made one of hi most
fearful and wouderful speeches before
the National Republican convention now
in scssiou 'ut Cincinnati. ft
was full ot sound and fury
and slpillied little or uothiug.
We admire Gen. Dogun.'aud believe he
can make a goodlsh sort ot a speech from
a rett, but when he shoots off ids mouth
"oil hand' he scatters dreadfully. IU shot
it ofl "ofl hand" in the convention.
Tue New York Herald on Blulne's re
cent attack ; "From all the facts of the
cae It seems that the medula 'oblongata
or the- cerebellum is iu trouble ; but
there la a dangerous congeatloo in that
part of the brain, aud, perhaps serous
apoplexy, which is quite consistent with
consciousness and speech, since that part
of the brain may be overwhelmed with
out great derangement of the cerebral
he uil jibe res."
FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
OF THE RADICAL
A Great Crowd of People In
Election of OCLoers and
Appointment of Com
mittees. Edward UcPherson, of Pennsyl
vania, Permanent Chairman.
SPEECHES BY PROMINENT
Tha Candidates aadTaair Cfcaaoa..
EXPOSITION II ALL.
Cincinnati. June:i4 12:30, p. m. The
room where the convention has Just as
sembled is the Exposition hall, in easy
reach from the center of the city. It is a
wooden structure about a fourth as
large as the Simgcrfcst hall erected In St
Louisa few years ago. It seats only
4,000 persons, including the 780 delegates
and the 132 members of the press. It
ought to be much larger for the demand
of the occasion. It is said that there are
300 representatives of the press here,
who are left out and of the.Cincinnatians
who have been able to
(There are few, indeed, beyond these),
Most of them cuine In as invited guests
or are officials of one kind and another.
The departments for the delegations
are arranged so as to place Ohio, Maine,
New York. Indiana, Kentucky und Penn
sylvania in front next to the platform.
Next comes Illinois, New Hampshire,
Tennessee, North Carolina, District ol
Columbia and Maryland. Running across
the hall, and in the rear of thcin, are
Michigan, Vermont.Mi.-isissippi, Virginia
and South Carolina. la the extreme rear
are Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, Ore
gon and Washington territory. Immedi
ately in the rear of the delegates and sep
arated from them, are the alternates. The
GREATER NCMBF.R OP SEATS
are occupied by invited guests, as they
are called. Their seats are arranged in
tlte rear of the platform, and the galler
ies and pillar are feitoooed with red,
hite and blue drapery and fiAgs and
look patriotic enough for the occasion.
The throng began moving In the di
rection of tbe hall as early as 9 oYlock,
and by 11 the vicinity was so packed
with th multitude that it required a
large force ot "tneinnati policemen, not
the bet material in the world, to keep
the Approaches opn. At 11 the
rrLKiTtS BIM A TO ARRIVE,
And the -eats are now occupied. The
band in the rear gallery over the hall is
dlM-oun-ing gentle aud soothing miiile.
I lie crowd is hurheii, with tlie excep
tion of that iudceriable murmur which
is the next remove Iroru breathless
silence, and the whole scene remind'! one
of the still, significant hour be fore the
battle, when the standards droop only In
the air that bangs motionless over the
1c the assemblage of favored visitors,
but the colored race Is represented both
in the galleries and on the fioor. It is
singular what an affection the colored
man has for that simple symbol ot civil!
zatlon the fan. Every colored delegate
is armed with one of thosejnstruiuents,
which he uses with unremitting vigor.
A fact worthy of noto is the utter dis.
regard ot the suggestions of the lode
pendents by the Blaine men. They say
NOTHINU ABOUT KEKOItV.
They seem to defy It ; atany rate they
defy the Reformers and Independents
aud evidently think they can get along
without them and even in spite ot them
They regard the attempt ot Schurz aud
his friends to secure the nominatiou ot
goou ticket which mey can support
as dictative, and dictation too from
hasty rebels and they treat it and its au
thors in that spirit. There has been go'
lug on a short revival of the party feeling
in the lost month. I his convention ex
hibiU the climax of It, and Mr. Blaine
has had the fortune, good or bad, to be
come the aepresenUtive of it. '1 hU is
the explanation of hU strength.
TUE I tHKOMA.VCK UKCiL'N.
1 lie convention was called to order by
E. D. Morgan ot New York, chairman of
the national committee, whose remarks
following the opening prayer were stately
and dignified enough.but without apirlt
Both Mr. Morgans speech and
tliat of Mr. I'omtroy were
explicit in urging the convention to de
clare for specie resumption. These
points were ouly feebly applauded. The
attempt of New i ork to exclude the
territories from the regular committees
was laid on the table by a decisive vole,
a result which Is declared first blood for
Blaine. There was much unpleasantness
In the delegations ot two New England
States, growing out of the request ot the
Kentucky delegation that .Mr. Briatow be
jiersonuted by one of those Stat.'s. The
proposition was stoutly opposed by the
Blaine members as an uflrout to a New
Englaud man, and although advocated
by some ot the friends of Brlstow was
declined. It Is said the debate in the
Massachusetts delegation lasted several
'ROIR KS OP DI'SIN'IlMS.
The convention got along with Its busi
ness to-day very successfully. The tem
porary chairman, Mr. Pomeroy of New
Yoik, showed good management In hold
ing it steadily to its work and not per
mitting it to be distracted. The speeches
made by Logan, Howard of Michigan,
Fred Douglass aud Gen. Hawley of Con
necticut, were on the whole good efforts.
But the antitheses ol (he occasion were
presented In the, address ot the cw
York Republican Reform club, read by
Geo. W. Curtis, and the speech of Logan.
These two were as diverse as the two
men who presented them. Mr. Curtis
paper was a earnest and solemn
ri.KA FOR RK.rOKM.
Mr. lagan's speech had not one word
of reform In It. It was all about the ne
cessity for fighting the war over again
protecting the black man from the white
Ku-klux of tho south, nnd what the
speaker called assassination of private
character. It was a little queer to heat n
member of the New York delegation
read a pnier holding .lloscoe Conkling
and President Grant responsible for the
low condition of the federal civil service
in New York. It looked as though Mr.
Curtis had got Into the delegation by
mistukc. All the good points in the ad
dress were applauded by one element In
the house, and the strong points of Lo
gan's speech by another.
THK ILLINOIS BKNATOU'8 SCKECH
gave emphasis to a feature in the Repub
lican programme alluded to In n previous
dispatch the revival of the old Anil
South spirit. One object ol this is to
divert popular attention from the public
abuses that have grown up nnder Repub
lican administrations ; the other Is to
rescue the party from its present defen
sive attitude and give Is an aggressive
polcy. Logan's sik-ccIi had a strong
flavor of tlie whisky ring. The vehe
ment language about the assassination of
private character going on at Washing
ton, reminded ono of the outcry against
persecution raised by the St. Louis con.
spirators when the grand-jury began to
turnout its indictments. At times
seemed to be aimed directly at Blaine,
aud at times, too, IOgatfs speech seemed
aimed directly ut Brlstow. Hawley's
speech was significant for its admission
that the Republicans will need their best
mail and all the advantages they can se
cure to succeed, lie pointed to the In
creasing listutihfuclion of the country
Willi tlie fruits of tlie Republican policy
and told them plainly and bluntly that
they must nominate a ticket whoe ler
sonal character shall Ik- a guaranty of
reform or else prepare to be beatru. The
Vl'l'HERSO.N" FOR I'ERMAXEN'T I'RtslDK.NT
Is regarded as a compliment from the
Blaine men to IVmi'ylv.uiIa toclyneh the
delegation for Blaine. Still It transpired
to-day that the Blaine party is not as sufc
as they would like to be made, l'hcy
are anxious to have additional guaran
tee, and with this object they to-day ap
proached the Missouri delegation with
solicitations for their support. They
asked the MUourUus to go for Blaine
on the second ballot. The same propo
sition was made io two other States noi
named, whose votes added to Hint of
Missouri, would :lacc Blaine's nomina
tion beyond the reach of aceidt nt. The
Missouxians did not bite, however, ut
least they have not assented 'to the prop
osition up t till" time, and they declare
they will not. At ten o'clock to-night
MORI. MIXL'li I P THAN .R.
There Is a preemptible revival of spirits
among the opponents of Blaine, chiefly
among the Morton men. and they a'sert
now that Blaine cannot be nominated on
the second ballot if he can at all. Lo
gan s active espousal ot liiaine causes
remark. The Conkling men declare
that he was for their man a week ago.
Treasurer New oi Indiana declares that
Logan has gone back on himself. Two
dispatches received here to-day, one
from Secretary Chandler, and the other
from Postmaster General Jewell
giving encouraging statements ol
Mr. Blaine's health puzie H-ople.
They cannot understand why to mem
bers of the cabinet should send encour
agement to the Blaine party when the
administration is against him. The com
mittee on rules held a meeting to-night
and resolved that no
CHANCES OF VOTES
on a ballott shall lc allowed. This is
considered unfriendly to Maine, and his
friends say they will change it at a fuller
meeting of the committee to-morrow.
The committee on credentials decide
against the Boss Shepherd and Fred
Douglass delegation from the District of
Columbia, and also against the Spencer
delegation from Alabama.
Washington', Juno U. Dr. Verdi
says Mr. liiaine had a good night and
feels very much refreshed this morning.
He aayj he feels better and relishes his
food better than before taken sick.
At noon Mr. Cluino conversed with his
private secretary aud calmly discussed
the situation at Ciuelunati. Physicians
no longer thluk it necessary to keep up
constant attendance, and have gone
home. Mr. Blaine has an excellent appe
tite, aud is now allowed to eat uliuot
anything lie detires. Dr. liliss states
that prudential eon-i.h'rations prevent
Mr. IJlalne going out ot the house to
day. At six o'clock this evening x-Speaker
Blaine rook a drive of several miles with
.Secretary Fish iu an open carriage pass
lug through a number ot public suuares
and streets of the city, where his appear
ance excited much congratulatory com
ment. Alter ho returned lie ate dinner
with his family, read the evening pajieis,
aud spent an hour or two In conversation
With friends and relatives. Dr. Tope
called at nine o'clock, expressing himself
entirely aali.lled wlili the condition of
hit patient, and remarked there was no
objection to Mr. Blaine's going out again
Mr. Blaiue then retired and at S::U) U
EvitrU ui Brlalww.
Naw VoKh, June 15 'ri,
JW say. it Is rumored in w'e I
c Irelea m this eity this morning that a
strong eoiubiuatiou of iru,., .5 . . i
candidates than Blaiue are considering a
proposition to bring forward the name
of William M. Evarts for President with
Ilrlsfow for second place, nnd If the
report ubont the strength of this combin
ation as circulated here Is i-orrect, if will
prove a formidable one. The announce
ment of this movement was bulletined
by the Erie Pott early this morning, ami
the ticket was declared by hundreds of
person to bo Invincible. The iW edi
torial says such a ticket would harmonize
discordant elements nnd unite the entire
Western states upon the rnmlMntes, which
would secure both the support of the
party and the honor ot reform.
THURSDAY, JUNK 15.
A LITERARY TREAT.
IU. V. O. KOGLKSTON will deliver his
new snd spu-y lecture upon tho
What Shall be Done With the
Doors open st 7:.T0 I. M.
7ou.g People Sb.li H Tail to Heir II!
Parents Cannot Afford to Miss It
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