Collector Malloy

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Collector Malloy
 - k Before the Battle. . CliTCACO, Mny...
k Before the Battle. . CliTCACO, Mny 8t*.--To-day Imsbcen tho first to be tempered .with any oxcitutnent iu view of the near approach of tbo JNnciouul Kepublican convention. The morning trains brought in a sprinkling of delfgt***,. but among the*u tlit j't iiro a number recognized asleaders in j-iouucting tbe cause of th'osomost froininoutly mentioned for president, and these are supplo- Ditnted by a great many others prominent in j.-nity councils. Headquarters ore thrown ,.*p«n for Arthur, Bluine and Logan forces, ond prfparations are being made on every band in advance cf the arrival of members of ..folid tJlnte*Trelegnt:;ons, which are expected to. legin *er)y ·-marrow. It was estimated to- nipbttJUat about MO delegates have arrived, r,r about one-ststti cf the fulL compliment of tfce convention. By to-morrow night or f-'undnv morning, nt tbo latest, two-thirds a^the delegates tiro expected to ba on the groynd, «o that tlie activity which is to oscur afrterior "to tho aissemblingof the convention r, will be at its height on Sundav. The HTiia'delegaticn will be the Brat to arrive in a body, and its ..arrival early to-morrow has been ·wtrlely. heralded, that it is confidently Expected to import fire to the canvass from the outset, owing to the pronounced character 1 of t'Heir preferences for tbo Maine statesman. The-California delegation is accompanied by ·that; from Nevada, and the two are a unit in tbeir movements, A portion of the Iowa delegation arrived to-day, and the rest will bo here tomorrow. A meeting for organization and to xuapout their future .lineof action is called for lo-morrow. T*fto delegates from "Washington Territory arrived to-day, and also tha Oregon delegate?, with two exceptions. The advance guard of Sherman, in the -jx-rsos of Foraker, delegate at large from Ohio, and Luke A. Benley, alternate from tho First district, re- rortcd tbjs afternoon. «Galusba A. Grow, who 1ms, teen mentioned for tho chairmanship of low convention, arrived from Pennsylvania. Tfcc list wnssuiplent»cleti during the. day by tbe arrival of A. D. "VVhito. B. P. Carpenter, F.ilus'B, Dutchf r, anil .John J. Gilbert, among the delegates, and Clinton AVheeler. Charles Gould nnd General Gyo. H. Sharp among IbcfO·whoccme to ta^o part in--the prelim- Ira-y skintlishing. A. G. Malloy, of Oal- vestcn, came at tlit- head of six of tha Tcsi»« delegation. nnd reported that tbe'remainder would be on hand to-morrow. . C. N. FnQIey- was tho first of the Missouri dele- S-v 1| nates to arrive, "W. N. Taft, postmaster at '· 'V Cliarrrston, S. C-, accompanied by three other A..I delegates, were tbe first nrrivnla from the Pal- K Bnetio State. Colonel ^m^ 3 D. Brady, dete- n| tate-nt-large of tbe SJabone delegation frotii |T" virginlaj arrived to pave the way .for ihe :. cfntiig of.a full delegation, nnd one or t*ro of · tfco JTegendorf contesting delegation also put iu an appearance. The Kansas delegation ·will arrive.Sunday at noon, and it is expected Hint it will bo tho last of tbe full delegations to arrive on th« scene. R to nucler the inir with the- which following in frame ters "To welcome labors factory important that not y welfare a in the government.. mis-tako would these upon EttjTies attention warrant These came into the taut restored, serving pulilic civil the faithful to striking Democratic one reform. men and .policy business a course,He has secured ·countrv of

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 31 May 1884, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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