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The news{ttpen "l the country aru all having tlieir say respeetini; the ('onklingAilministration ÜMbrogtto, and all pivdirtions and speculatloni ure being indnled in u tu uhether MeMTS. ' Vukling and Platt II lx' irtunied to the MiMkU oí Um UHod M.iios by the fíen York logislatnre. in seggion. n-, ,,,. ilict tlnit tht-y will, and in tbc Mlawlnjc nimmer. The adtninistr.itioii reiulili('.in will refuse to go itilo caucus, and the tWo si. les will st:unl aboiit IS tor ConktlOf aml 49 against. Attr balloUD ¦ fw timos, the Conklinifitt'S will asscrt tliat the "half lireeils" - as they term the Adininistratiou and liotMTtson men - by their action have put "iitside of the ïeimblican party by refusing to go into eauens. Tlien, iiiii lliat all is fair in war, they will form a eoalition with the Tilden democracy and .secure tho neeessary votes to eleot Messrs. Conkllng and IMatt. Jt will unly take riztMn denicMTalie votes in mldition to the sixty-fivc leimbliean vote, and it can be easily acconiplished. We -hall expect Ui see the two HwlgntlIJ New York s'iiators returncd htfén anothei OODHtl isJned.


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