1 Will ACCEPT t Laist lie Says He Wil Xot Decline. A.U Evidences Go to Show That Blainf Will b.j the Next Republican Nomine i'or P-tesident. Chicago. August 10. -A Washingtoi secial says: Tlie man who talkd with Conger, the Ohio member of tht n.itionai Republican committee, is au-i au-i i 'fity for the stateicent that Blaine, a is hetdth permiliing, will be in tin lands :if his friends, when tlie nomi-i.iting nomi-i.iting convention meets iu ISOi'. 11 - ays. 'Conger broached the subject t' j ibaine who set.aned rather indisposei lo taik.iiiiuut it at all. Conger dwelt in oMig-li upon the steadiastness oi liaiiie'r-i iieuds. He recalled numor j-.ts i '!.--; aiict s oi their faithful adher-mctj adher-mctj to' liim under any and all circum-tanee.-,iHnd said that his (Blaine's; iriends :nvzht to have something to say. i'he Republicans geueraliy wished to see, him president and the victory with "m--"'itir man as nyminee was uncertain.- ..a.r.e showei.1 great feeling when onger dilated upon the faithful service if Ins friends and he said he had every lispositinn to serve them and the Re-oioliean Re-oioliean party loo, and would not now dfciine. tiie nomination m advance. U'hether he told Conger directly that :i" would take the nomination, 1 do not kn y, but this much 1 can Say lamely: That Conger says Blaine will iccet it and so now believe all of iliaine's friends. A Mail Treaty of Import. V.-!1inc;ton-, August 10. Captain : '.rook superintendent of foreign mad, aas j,i ,i iaurned from Vienna, where :e was iii attendance as u delegate ot :ie i'oi. rnalionai postal conveiitioii. .'nc : I'iiicipal event. d' the Vienna con-v-eiiiio:;. was the admission of the Aus-, Aus-, i;.:i.:!' coimtiigs. They agreed to come in t;.-'o:.er bst Mi is year, provided the oitene.t onal postal rates were not rein, re-in, el. T;.e claimed they could not - taiei a reduction of the present rate to :hi- country ami Australia, twelve a nee, and from that country to this, dx p- nee for half an ounce. This 0 ;m;y v, ill at once reduce the rate to ie j . iic. Aiir-traba may keep its rate at 'i-n eoi.is, but it is likely it will i'eo.a-e il lo live cents. Aao'acr mi-.tier' of ihiei-st is that hair;- in the size of -sample packages ' ia-- v ui uise which may be sent :.ioo!:g!: she mails to and irom conn-. tries ia I he Union. The new treaty in-i creases the limit to twelve by eight ami .'ar mcl.c., almost double the old d; i t. Yet. anoRier measure of public in-ie;er-i s iueiiid-d ill the new treaty. 1 hat i. tee clause requiring each coun-ii coun-ii vjn Union alter July l,18'jl,to io-i:-. ..miiile jiostal cant" for foreign ser je. A double postal card for for-! for-! U. sew ill co.-t fourceiits. Tiiw writer ids message on one of these ca t .A p'lts an address on the same earLiJi id mails the combination. tr.f idet.i.'ird not Written and Wntes hi ref.lv oil ir, addresses and ma Is it. Any country in the Union will be required re-quired to ' loi'W;:rd the card and the country in which the double combination combina-tion card was bought will receive it free of postage both wavs. Tin- new treat v which is to go into H;ect in July, lhOJ, wits concluded and sigii'-! July 4th. Washington was made the place of the next meeting.