Judge DANIKL 15. Tit.ken diod at his home in Cleveland, O., on the 4th. He was 84 ycars old and was a racnibor oí Congress during' the Moxican war. The third annual convention of the National League of Hcpublican Clubs mot at Nashvillo, Tenn., on tho 4th. Mr. Edwin Cowi.es, editor of the Leader, of Cleveland, O., died at hls home in that city on the 4th, aged 05 years. Wtt.t.iam B. AXIJSON was on tho 4th, by the unanimous vote of tho Republican members of tho lowa Legislatura, reelected United States Senator. In the Senate 28 votes woro cast for Allison, 20 for Bestow (Dem.) and 2 for Larrabee. In the Houso Allison received 50 votes, Bostow 41 and Larraboe K, making a total of 78 votos for Allison, 01 for Bestow and 8 for Larrabee. The Rhode Island Domocrats in State convention on the 5th at Providence nominated John M. D.ivis, of Pawtucket, for Governor. Captaix Samuki., B. Wasiiburjí, momber of the noted Maino family of that name and part propriotor of tho Washburn milis at Minneapolls, died on tho 5th at Avon, N. Y. At tho National convention of Ropublican League Clubs in Nashvillo, Tonn., on tho öth John M. Thurston, of Nebraska, was re-olectcd piesldpnt. Tho resolutions declave for protoction, uphold the National Administration and Speaker IiroiTs poaltion, denounco Democratie frauds in thi South and picad for recofrnition of the Union veteranand tho cluiiu.s ut' American Labor.