Cokcord, N. H., May 9.- At tho Republican state convention yesterday the name of Blaine was cheered wbenever it was mentioned in the speeches. There were 002 delegates present, and H. F. Burnham presided. The platform particularly denouuoed the wool clause oí the Mills bilí, and generally criticised the administration. The delegates to Chicago convention are as follows: Pierson Cheney, of Manchester; Jacob H. Gallinger, of Concord: Hirani A. Tuttle, of Pittslield, and Alfred T. Batchelder, of Koene. The convention tben adjourned. The delegates-at-large ars uninstructed, and tbey aru dividwl between Depew, Harrison, and any man who can cai-ry New York.