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CHAPTER BY INGALLS
What the Kansan Kemem
bers of Garfield.
NOT AN UNWILLING - CANDIDATE
Thla Clearly Shown by His Attitude
Before Nomination Be Was
Incapable of Intrigue.
Chicago, Nov. 28. John J. Ingails, of
Kansas, has added a chapter to the his
tory of Garfield's nomination, a hiatory
that Senator Sherman's book is drawing
from the lips of American statemens and
politcans. When asked if he had any
personal recollections of incidents con
nected with the Garfield episode, Mr.
- Ingails said :
"I happened to be Jn Washington on
bnsiness when Garfield died in Septem
ber, 1S81, and was one of the senatois
named to attend the remains to Cleve
land. Mr. Sherman was aleo a member
of the committee, and the train had
hardly left the city limits when we fell
into conversation about the dead presi
dent and discussed his career. Mr.
Sherman spoke with intense feeling, and
the impression left on my mind was that
he believed that he had been betrayed
by the men chosen to advocate his nom
ination." - ''Have you any personal knowledge of
anything that would tend to show
Garfield's attitude prior to hia nomina
tion?" "For weeks before the convention of
1830, vague, mysterious, intangible ru
mors and whispers-of Garfield were in
the air around the capitol at Washing
ton. I was sitting one day in May in
the senate restaurant with a senator now
prominently mentioned as a candidate
for the presidency. We were talking
! about the contest then approaching and
agreed that, considering the bitter rival
ry among the aspirants, the nomination
of Garfield appeared to be a not impro
bable outcome. '
"Just at that moment, by a singular
coincidnce, Garfield entered the room.
Wo called him to our table and ha joined
in our repast. We mentioned the pro.
ver- about the devil and bis horns, told
nim what we bad been talking; about,
and jocularly tendered him our congrat
ulations and best wishes for his success.
Ho made an embi-assed attempt at
repartee and turned the conversation,
but his tone and manner left no doubt
in' my mind that the subject was not
'repulsive to him. He was then a repre
sentative in congress. United States
eenator-elecf, and a delegate to the nat
ional convention, an extraordinary ac
cumulation of honors, unique in political
history. He was justified in regarding
himself as a favonte of fortune and
chi'd of destiny. " As I recall that con
versation, it seems like an incredible
climax of romance that within less than
18 months he was nominated for the
presidency, elected, assassinated and en
tombed. "I was in college with Garfield," con
tinued Mr. Ingails, though not in the
same class, and our lelations were cord
ial and friendly until his death. He was
incapable of intrigue, treason or strata
gem, but bis temperament was emotion
al and ardent, and his sensibility was
excessive. His mind was capacious and
hia nature generous and sincere. The
fatal defeat in his character was an in
fi unity of purpose that made him like
clay in the hands of potter and dis
qualified him for administrative of exe
Colon I'aclBo Affairs.
New Youk, Nov. 28. S. H. H. Clark,
president and receiver of the Union Pa
cific, is here for a few days. A meeting
of the receivers will probably be held in
a few days. Speaking of the general
situation, Mr. Clark said :
" The present general bnsiness of the
Union Pacific is slightly better than at
this time last year. I should say there
will be a further improvement. Some
benefit is derived indirectly from the
Cripple Creek gold fielde. Corn will be
gin to go forward in December. While
the crop is large, the market price is low
and farmers will be disposed to hold
their corn for higher figures. The
prices for hogs and cattle will be affected
relatively by the price of corn. The
price of corn also will have' a bearing on
transportation rates. The showing of
the Union Pacific for the calendar year
18S6 ought to be ahead of 1894, and per
haps equal to 1893."
A. Vallroad Chairmanship.
New Yobk, Nov. 28. It was stated
here that . the chairmanship of the
board of directors of the Atchison, Tope
ka & Santa Fe railway system has been
offered to Edward King, president of
the Union Trust Company,, who has the
offer under advisement and will probab
ly snake reply Friday when the reorgani-
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In case Mr. Kingaccepts, Wallace Walk
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Should he refuse. Mr. Walker will be
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will ce made second vice-president.
For a Scientific Kxpedltlon.
Nkw Yobk, Nov. 28. The schooner
yacht Coroma, owned by D. Willis
James and his sou, Arthur Curtis James,
which defeated the schooner yacht
Dauntless in a midwinter race across the
Atlantic in 1886, and which has since
sailed around the world, is being fitted
out at South Brooklyn for a scientific
expedition to the coast of Japan. On
the afternoon of August 9, next, at 3
o'clock, there will be a total elipse of. the
sun which will not be visible in this
part of the globe, and it is for the pur
pose of observing this phenomenon that
the expedition is fitted out. The chief
observer of the expedition wiil be Pro
fessor David B. Todd, the eminent as
tronomer of Amherst college. ' -
San Frttuclsvo's Horse Show.
New Yobk, Nov. 28. While the horee
show was iu progress a delegation from
San Francisco came to this city. The
California delegation was to make ar
rangements for their show which begins
next Tuesday. .Thev secured the ser
vices of three local experts as jadgeB in
the heavy harness class. Francis T. Un
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good, the men selected to pass on the
merits of the high steppers, tandem and
tho four-in-hands,- started on Tuesday,
night for San Francisco. . -
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