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THE ABGUS, TUE8DAY OCTOBER 22. 1895
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Text of the Matter That Is the
Cause of Comment.
REVIEW OF THE 1880 OOITCBTIOH
With Ita Effect oa the Careen of Shennem
aad Blaise The Latter Defeated by lUa
Friends to Ohio, Seiya the Senator Re
port, of Lack of Sincerity That Gate the
Buckeye Statesman Fain Interesting
Bepablicaa FoUtical History.
Chicago, Oct. 22. The following is the
text of Senator Sherman's reference, in
his memoirs, to the Republican national
convention of 1880, which nominated
James A. Garfield for the presidency the
reference which has been the subject of
some newspaper discussion within the
past few days:
"During the month of April delegates
were selected from the different congress
ional districts in the State of Ohio to at
tend the state convention to meet on the
28th of that month. Prior to that con
vention the question of nomination was
the subject of discussion in every district.
The sentiment in my favor was clearly
expressed in nearly every county or dis
trict of the state.
Wanted Garfield To Be a Delegate.
Ou the 8th of April I wroto the follow
ing letter to a friend: 'There is a strong
feeling that Garfield, in order to save his
district, should goto the Chicago conven
tion as a delegate. He is placed in a very
awkward attitude now. If this district
should be against my nomination it would
be attributed to cither want of influence
on his part or, what is worse, a want of
sincerity in my support. -In view of the
past this would be a very unfortunate
thing for him. This is a delicate matter
for me to take any part in, and I leave it
entirely to your good judgment and kind
Blaiaa To Be Second Choice.
"While in Ohio I had a consultation at
Columbus with Governor Foster. ex-Go v
cruor Dennison and a number of other
personal friends, all of whom expressed
great confidence that by tlio time the state
convention met the friendly feeling in fa
vor of Blaine in some, of the districts of
Ohio would be waived in deference to the
apparent wishes of the great majority.
In that event, should my nomination
provo impracticable, the whole delegation
could be very easily changed to Blaine.
As to General Grant, though he had many
warm personal friends in Ohio, yet on ac
count of objections to a third term very
few desired his nomination. Prior to the
state convention I had an interview with
General Garfield which he sought at my
office in the department, and he there ex
press?d his earnest desire to secure my
nomination and his wish to be a delegate-at-largc
so that he might aid me effect
ively. Sherman Named His Own Dclesatea.
"lie had been chosen with little, or no
opposition United States senator to fill the
place of Thurmun, whoso term expired
March 4, IStl. I had not a doubt of the
support of Governor Poster, with vliom I
hud been in close correspondence, and who
expressed a strong desire for my nomina
tion. I was permitted practically to name
the four dclegatcs-at-large, and had im
plicit confidence that these delegates
would take the lead in my behalf. The
state convention, which met on the 28th
of April, was exceptionally large and was
composed of the leading Republicans of
Ohio, who proceeded at once to the busi
ness before them. The persons named by
the convention as dclegatcs-at-large to the
national convention to assemble- in Chi
cago on June 3, were William Dennison,
James A. Garfield, Charles Foster and
Warner M. Bateman.who were instructed
Sherman here quotes the resolutions of
instructions, which after highly eulogy
ing him respectfully request the delegates
to vote for his nomination. 1
Combination Against the Senator.
"The trend of public sentiment, ' as
shown by the .newspapers, indicated that
Grant and Blaine would each have a
strong following in the national conven
tion, but that the contest between them
might lead to my nomination. After the
state convention it was generally assumed
that I would receive the united vote of the
delegation in conformity with the ex
pression of the opinion by the convention.
During this period a few leading men,
whose names I do not care to mention,
made a combination of those unfriendly
to me and agreed to disregard the pre
ference declared by the state convention."
EXPLAINS THE DEFEAT OF BLAINE.
Bolt of Nina Ohio Delegates to Him Did
the Business, Says Sherman.
Sherman says that during May the, feel
ing in hi favor increased, and quotes a
letter from Garfield saying: "I think it
will be a mistake for us to assume a di
vision in the Ohio delegation. We should
meet and act as though we were of one
mind, until those delegates who are hos
tile to yon refuse to act with us, and If we
fail to win them over the separation will
be their act, not ours." Ho next describes
the meeting of the convention of 1880, its
organization, the defeat of the unit rule,
etc., and proceeds:
"During this time a minority ef nine of
the delegation of Ohio announced their
determination to vote for Blaine. This
was a fatal move for Blaine, and undoubt
edly led to his defeat Nearly four-fifths
of the delegation were in favor of my nom
ination, in pursuance of the expressed
wishes of the Ohio convention, but they
were all friendly to Blaine, and whenever
it should have become apparent that my
nomination was impracticable, the whole
delegation could cosily have been carried
for him without a division, and thus have
secured his nomination. The action of
those nine delegates, who refused to carry
out the wishes of the state convention
prevented the possibility of the vote of
Ohio being cast for Mr. Blaine."
The senator then quotes an Interview
with him long before the convention in
which he had spoken in the highest terms
of Blaine and declared that if Blaine was
nominated no one would give "him
heartier support than myself." He also
quotes an interview in which Blaine spoke
in equally high terms of Sherman and
promised support in case of his (Sherman's)
nomination. Blaine said: "Should it be
my fortune to become president, or should
It fall to the lot of any Republican, no
one elected could afford to do lesa than in
vite Secretary Sherman to remain where
he Is" secretary of the treasury.
But, be continues: "The folly of a few
men made co operation impracticable. I
received exposition is Ohio from his pre
tanijd friend, and he, therefore, lost the
Ohio delegation, which, bnt for this defec
tion, would have made his nomination
sure had I failed to receive it. The speech
of General Garfield nominating me has al
ways been regarded as a speciman of
brilliant - eloquence rarely i surpassed."
Hero Sherman inserts the close of that
speech, which every ono who ever read it
knows to have been a masterpiece of
eulogistic eloquence. -The
story then continues: "Oa the
first ballot nine of the delegation voted
lor Air. jsialne, thirty-four for me and one
for Edmunds. The general result was 304
for Grant, 284 for Blaina, 1 for Sherman,
3or Edmunds, 30 for Washburne, 10 for
Windom. The votes of my friends would
have nominated BRtine at any period of
the convention, but under the conditions
then existing it was impossible to secure
this vote to either Blaine or Grant, . -
"The final result was the gain of a new
candidate and the nomination ot Garfield,
It is probable that if I had received the
united vote of the Ohio delegation I would
have been nominated, as my relations
with both General Grant and Mr. Blaine
were of a friendly character but it is
hardly worth while to comment on what
might have been. The course of the Ohio
delegation was the subject of severe com
ment, and perhaps of unfounded sus
picions of perfidy on tho part of some of
SHERMAN'S DISPATCH TO DENNISON.
Telia Ohio to Tote for Garfield When It Can
Secure Hie Nomination.
As soon as Sherman heard of the move-,
ment to nominate Garfield ha sent a dis
patch from Washington to Dennison dated
June 8, 1880. as follows: i "Whenever the
vote of Ohio will bo likely to assure the
nomination of Garfield I appeal to every
delegate to vote for him. Let Ohio be
solid. Make the same appeal in my name
to North Carolina and every delegate who
has voted for me." And when tho nom
ination was made he sent a hearty con
gratulation, same date to, Garfield. Then
follows the matter that is held to imply
a charge of insincerity against prominent
The memoir says: "In timo I became
thoroughly advised of what occurred at
the Chicago convention and had become
entirely rcsonciled to tho result, though
frequently afterward I heard incidents
and details which occasioned me great
pain and which seemed to establish the
want of sincerity on the part of some of
the delegates, and tendci to show that
for some time before the meeting of the
convention tho nomination of General
Garfield had been agreed upon. After its
close I had numerous letters from dele
gates from other states complaining bit
terly of the conduct of tho Ohio delega
tion, and giving this as a reason why they
bad not voted for me. - "
"I was assured that large portions of the
Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey
and other delegations had notified Gov
ernor Foster that they were ready to vote
for juo whenever their vote waa required,
but no such request came fromhim. The
matter had been made the subject of pub
lic discussion in the newspapers. I was
content with tho result, but was deeply
wounded by what I could not but regard
as a breach of faith on the part of some of
the Ohio delegation, and especially of
Governor Foster, who had been fully ad
vised of my feelings in regard to his
' "I received a letter f roin him on the 23d
ot June, answering the allegations that
had been publicly made in regard to him,
and explaining his action. In reply I
wrote him the following letter." The let
ter referred to regrets that he (Sherman)
cannot have a free conversation instead of
writing a letter. It then says: "I wish
to be perfectly frank with you, as since I
first became acquainted with you I have
felt for you warm friendship, and have al
ways had entire confidence in you. I con
fess, however, that the information I re
ceived in regard to your operations in Chi
cago had greatly weakened this feeling
ana leic a pnintui lniprcssion upon my
mind that you had not cone by me as I
would have done by you under like cir
cumstances.' "Your letter chased away much of the
impression, and perhaps the better way
would bo for me to wait for no more, but
to treat your letter as entirely satisfactory
and conclusive. Still I think it right for
mo to give you tnc general basis of the im
pressions I had formed."
CHARGES AGAINST GOV. FOSTER
Alleged to Have Been Lukewarm for Sher
man Comment on Garfield.
Sherman says ho had received a mass of
letters from delegates and others who at
tended the convention, the trcncral nur-
port of which was that in brief Governor
Foster was lukewarm in his advocacy of
snerman ana gave the latter only half
way support; whereby thc,.Ohlo delcga-
iius tusrt, its uiurw nhrciigm uun practically
defeated Sherman before there was a bal
lot. Instances are that when votes for
Sherman were proffered from Indiana.
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Connecticut
and Vermont t ostcr nailed to accept them,
some of the offers being made as early as
tho fifteenth ballot; that Foster's action
was such as to cause a doubt that he de
sired to gain votes for Sherman.
The senator says: "These and many
other allegations of similar imnort. com
ing one after the other, led me to believe
that you had changed the position, you
took in the early part of the canvass, and
had come the conclusion that it was
not wise to nominate me, and that other
arrangements for your future influenced
you in changing your opinion. This im
pression caused me more pain than any
thing that has transpired since the begin
ning of the contest." He closes this part
of the letter with the assurance to Foster
that ho has no regrets over the result of
the convention; indeed, that after it was
over he felt a sense of relief.
What the memoirs say about Garfield
is contained in the same letter and is as
follows: "Tho nomination of Garfield is
entirely satisfactory to me. The only
shado that rests on this feeling is the fact
that Garfield Weill here by my scTeCtibn
to represent me, and comes from the con
vention with the honor that I sought. I
will do him the justice to say that I
have seen no evidence that he has con
tributed to this result except by his good
conduct in the presence of the convention.
"The contingency of Garfield's nomina
tion I did not consider, for I supposed that
as he was secure in the senate for six years
he would not desire the presidential nomi
nation; but as it has come to him without
his self-seeking it is honorable and right,
and I have no cause of complaint. If I be
lieved that he had Used the position I gave
him to supplant rue 1 would consider it
dishonorable and would not support him;
but, while such statements have beea
made to me, I feel bound to any that I
have never seen nor hoard from credible
sources any ground for such an imputa
tion, and therefore he shall have my earn
est and hearty support."
ABBRIEVATED TELEGRAMS. .
Frederick L. Billon,' wh had resided at
St. Louis longer than other inhabitant, is
dead, aged 05.
Tito jury in the trial of Jack Frost, Ebb
Bryant and Bernard Iteinagtd, alias Ben
Myers, for the murder of Frank Holmes,
tho Chicago and Alton engineer, on May
1, rendered a verdict at Carlinville, Ills.,
of guilty. All three were sentenced to the
penitentiary for life.
Eighteen I'oo-Choo rioters, convicted of
murdering: foreign missionaries, are to be
put to death. i
General Coxey is about to start a daily
paper to boom bis candidacy for governor
Prairie fires have caused great destruc
tion in Finney, Greeley and Wichita coun
Colonel Samuel P. Colt arid his wife, of
Providence, R. I., have each applied for a
divorce. The husband names J. J. Van
A ion as co-rospondent.
As an instnnca of the boldness of the
Chicago thugs it is reported that X. 1
Hansen and H. R. Williams were attacked
by footpads near the Jackson street en
trance of the Iceland hotel. They fought
the robbers off and dashed into the hotel
ofiicc. The footpads followed them to tho
door and would probably have gone in
side had not the employes hastened to the
Burglars wrecked tho safe of Hope, Daly
& Co.'s bank at Anaconda, Mont., wkh
dynamite. Tho noise of the explosion
aroused the town and led to their capture.
Obituary: At Holland, Mich., John R.
Klcyn. At Richmond, Va., Dr. K. T.
Robinson. At New York, Jacob Henry
Armbruster, a street car conductor and
ex-millionaire, formerly of Chicago.
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Don M.. Dickinson was defeated for
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Democratic city convention. The nom
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Dickinson's defeat is really a victory, as
his enemies had plnnncd to nominate him
to have him defeated.
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In the eircslt court, .lannsry term, 189A
Ellen 8. c' bar s. tto K. Tmgreen. Anna tie
green. Mary Alday, executrix of the ltat will
sed tesument of Ana in AMxv. deceased, and
Andrew p Lundqu'st and John Swnnson.
Amdavitof m n resid-uee ol the above named
dtfend-nts. Orto F. T'egreen ani inns F. Tie
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MaryAlday cxicatrix. etc.. Ai.drew P. l.und
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clerk's office of the circuit court of said county,
notice is therefore hereby vlven tbe ssid rou
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bill of complaint in s.id court, on tbe ehsncery
side thereof, on the 3Sd day if Aignst. lHyft. anl
thst aa ali.is sijmmons bs been issued oat of ssid
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rteteridants above named. Otto F. T'evr en
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BTATE OF ILLTKOIS, I
ROCS IsrANDCOCKTT. f
In the circuit court, iu chance rr. Foreclosure
1 he Home Hulldin? A Iiin amneistloa, of
Rock Iriaml, vs. Lsnrt lin'l, Frank W. Uall,
Maude IS. Pslnierand (ieor'e F l.oth.
Notice is hereby given tuat hy viitus of a dr
cree of satd court, entered, in ih above entitled
eanre, on the '.'1st day of f-ei tmtvir a. D. I
shsll.cn fest rd,v. tbe uh day of Kovember, a.
It. lHtir,, at rlie hour of I o'ci'cx io the af crnoon,
at tbe north door of the eonri bonee. In tbe city
of Roca Island, in said county of Kock Ialaad,
to sitlify ssit dec ee, cell at public vennae, tn
the buriest binder forcssh. that certain parcel of
Isnd. situatt; ia tbe county of Kock Island and
state ot Illinois, known and described as follows,
The !iaib t-lzhty (HO) feet of lot niraher eight
(Bi ia h'nxk titiniber six'T-ibree (63) la that part
of the city of Kick I'land known aa acd ailed
Chicago or Lower addition.
Dated at ho It lslaai, HL, Ibis 10th day ot Oo
tober, A. K. :ttO.
w . kl-WIW R. PAWMENTIB.
Master in Chancery. Rock Island enn-.ty 1IL
JacKsus A Ucrst, Complainant's bollciturs.
fnbllcatloD Notice In Attachment.
STATE OF ILLIXOI.. 1
Rocs IauiBs Cotrayy. (
In the Circuit Court of Bock Islanl County, in.
John A. Tnlmsn Com pan v. a corpora! on, pisla-
t ff, v Joseph r. GarnetL. defendant.
Public notice is baiehy riven to the said Jo
ep ' ' thst a writ of slack a en' ts-oed
out of U-e office ot theilirk oft clreaiteoatt
or Kock ls'ani eoontv. dated His Uitt day of Oc-toiM-r.
A. I , 1815, at tbe suit of Ilia tsi4 Jotia A.
T Itnan eoinpaty and acl'ttl-e estateof sae
said Joseph P. Oarnett. for the rum r.t ee
hundred and tmntr-n n olar, aad nlqety.
tktee cnts rIzst, directed to the rbengof
said Rock Want mun'v. J Il which said wits
kaa beta retamed execmed.
Nr w, tkere-fore. aiif s y,u, the ,sld Joseph F.
Garnetr. shall eersorsity'be) ar4 appear before
the aald rlreett conn f K'clt l-.aod Coanty.
111., on i he fret day of the next term thereof,
to on, holden at tbe court h-jSM, ta tBe-4tyor
Hock I.Ian '. In s-id eour ty. on tbe aa day of
Janaarv, Jens sve al and pe-d t ue sal-t
pt-lnt s s action, judenv-Lt wul bi entered
gainst yoa, a.d In favor of ta- sd Jon A.
loimsn company, and o much' of lb- prdpsiny
atrsched ss my be s-Orient to satisfy raid
Judgment and cjsts, w.)l fcusnM t aatlofvtae
easse. fi. W. GAMBLE, Ch."rk.
CosnsxLT A CoxsrxLT. !' aya.
Bock Island. III., Oct. la. 18S9.
baC J. E. WALSH,