New York, May 6.- A special f rom Washington City says that a diatinguished Democratie ex-seuator from the west who is a warm personal friend of James G. Blaine, took dinoer with that gentleman recently, and the latter talked of the presidency. Mr. Blaine intimated to this that gentleman he feit hehad givou the administration much more than he had received, and he resented being set aside by "youthf ui scions of would-be royalty." Would Not Refuse Nomination. While he would not actively seek a nomination at the hands of the Republican party at the next convention. Mr. Blaine would not refuse it if offered. On the contrary he would teel that twenty years of unswerving loyalty on the part of the Republican party to him had the first claim upon hiin, and if nominated he would undertake thecampaign and do the beat he could to secure party success on a reasonable platform. Asked to define a "reasonable platform," Mr. Blaine replied: "A moderate tariff and reciprocity."