The London Telegraph says: "The Iiish-American citizeiib' hatred of Cleveland is the best certifícate obtainable for his election. For tlns reason lie should receive the support of all." The London Times: "The nomiuation of Cleveland ineans the restoration of political respectability. It isdoubtful whether a better choice were possible." The London Standard: " A more satisfactory resnlt than the choice of Cleveland could haidly be desired. Should the American people prefer Blaine, it wil] be because the country is afïaid that a party that has been so Ion out of power would be too grecdy for the spoils of office." The London Daily News: " America's foreign relation's will be safer in Mr. Cleyeland's hands than in those of Mr. Blaine. His election would reflect great credit on America." And so on througb thelistof England's journals. They all favor Cleveland and bate Ulaiue. Well educaled, of fine preaence, and yentltmanly hearing, lleuben Kempfis a gentleman who would honor this couiity in the state senate.