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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Mayor Henry Wlnt'-r.
Treasurer- II. K. Parker,
t'lui ii J . II. Phllll.
Counselor-Win. II. (iilbcrt.
Marshal C. I). Artcr.
Attorney W. J. McOce.
Police .MajjUlrate-J. ,1, Itird.
Hi I A III) OK ALDl.hMKN.
First Ward Oeo. yocum. Win. O'Cnllnlmn.
Second Ward -Wood Hlitenhouse, N. 11. Thistle
wood. Third Ward--W. IV Wright. John Wood.
Fourth WurdCharlc 0. Puller, I). J. "o)jy
Filth Wuril-T. W. Ilulllduy, Chat. Laueaster.
Circuit Jisrtir.- 0. A. Darker.
Circuit Clcri(-.l. A. Ke.vc.
County Jmlu'e- It. S. Yocum.
County Clerk S. J. Hiiintn.
Cmmty Attorney W. C. M:ilk'-y.
County TreaurerA. J. Aldcu.
(Sheriff Jnhu Undue.
Coroner K. FiijijltuiI..
County Coinminouur T. W. Halllday, M. V
Drown. Samuel llrllcy.
AFRICAN M, K. Fourteenth street, between
Wainul and Cedar street; service Sabbalull
a. tn. and 7::J p. in.; huuday School 1:30-p. m.
CHRISTIAN-Eljrhtwutli mrctit; meeting Sab
bath lo:3U p. m.; preaching odtaaloually.
(MlVHl II OK THE HKDEEMKIMEplsc-opall
J Fourteenth street; Morning prayent Ibabbath)
ID:) a. m.; evenim: prayer. 7 ::5u p. m.; Sabbath
nchool a. m. Rut. St. J. Dillon-Lei, Hector.
I1MRKT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIVHC'H.
1 Preachlniratlil:;JOa. in., 3 p. m.. and 7:30 p. in.
Sabbath choul at 7:30 p. lu. Kev. T. J. Shorea,
IITHERAN-Tliirtcenth Itreet; acrvlccs SaV
J hath 11 a. in.aud7::wp. iu.; buuduy school Ua.
m. Rev. Ducrchner. Pastor.
METHODIST -Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
PrcachinK bahbatb 1U:30 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meetiui;. Wednesday 7:) p. m.; Sunday
bchoul, 3 p. m. Key. A. I'. Morrison, parlor.
1)RESBYTERIAN Eluhth "rwf. preachlnx on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. aud 7:30p. m.; prayer
niec'.ius Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School
at S p. m. ltev. B. Y. Oeorue, pastor.
SECOND FREEWILL BAITIST - Flftcer.th
strict, between Walnut aud Cedar atrcets; acr
vic Sabbath at 3 and 7 p. in.
ST. JOsEPII-8-Honian Catholic) Corner Cro
and Waiiiut streets; service Stbbath 11:30 a.
in.: huuday school at 4 p. in.; Vesper 3 p. in.; ser
vices every day at 8 p. in.
ST. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
. street and Washiltirton avenue;, aerylccs Sab
bat h S and 10 a. m. : Ve-per 3 p. m. ; Strndav School
8 p.m.; tun ice every day at 8 p. m. Kev. r . .aOel,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rpH E onlv road ninnini: two dally train from Cairo
1 uiaiiius direct connection with Eastern linen .
THAIS I.KAV E CAIK'I.
J:10 p. m.: Fast express., arrlvim; In St. Louia :jj
p. in.; Chicago :Ma. m.
1:10 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
Arrivlnz In Cincinnati at 7:00 a. m.: LouUville.
7:ina. ra.; Iiidiauapoli, 4:U a. in. I'aawutjera by
tLs train arrive al aWe points
12 TO 30 IIOL'HS IS ADVANCE
(If anv other runic.
fja p. , Kt Mail, with fleepera attached, for
.r"Sr. I.UI lh und CHK AiiK. arriviuK in M.
Louia at S Ma. m.: Chlci.") at 10:40 a. in., coiinect
ut at I'dlu or Ertlui-harn tur Cincinnati, Loultvillc
FAST TIME EAST.
1) t CCUYrlMX llno Co thronph
.1 Aorj-LirjIX. to the Eat whhunt any
fie'.ayatied bv Sundav intenenini;. The SMiir
(!av iiflernoun train from Cairo arrive In lork
Moudiivmornln-at 10:iV Tblrty-alx hours In ad-a:ir.-of
c.tiv otner route.
J"-.Vlv. rtiement! of competing lines that t.iey
nia.e better time than thl one are iMied either
tl Mtifh munriiiice or a delre to mlclesd the "llte.
For thmti;!i ticket and Infurmatluu ajipiy at llli
Lu; C'. utral Hailroad dejiot. Cairo.
Tl'.AIN AIlKIVE ATC.UHO:
Kxpr.:. " P"-
J.s! .InllNSoN.iicu I Southern A-'l.
J. H. ,H)N K.. Ticket Aent.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
rmr-iuri ww "Ja
il. SMITHKKS. lJifi'lvor.
SHORTEST SHORT LIN'E I'.UTWEEN
CAIHO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throu.'h Exprem leave Cairo 1(1:01 a.m.
Thnmirb Kxpre arrive nt E. ht. Louie. ii:p.m.
Tiiro.ill ExpreMi leave E. St. Loui.... H:'tOu.m.
Through Esprea arrive at Cairo RrlTi p.m.
M'irilivfliorouceommo(latioii leave Cairo i lp.in.
Wii-phinboro Acc. arrive nl Murphyl)oro 8:.Wp.in.
Min plilioio Ace. leave Murphyiioro. .. R:.Vp-i.
M.irphyiioro Acc. urrive al L'uiro li 5T p.m.
The Cairo J: St . I.o'.ii H.ill Howl l the only all
Halliloutn between l alro and St. Luiil under one
noria.-ement. tluuefore then1 are no delay at
vii v mutlon- awultiiiL connection from other line.
l'liie mid tire connection at St. Loui with other
line for North, F.ut aud Weft.
3. A.NAft.LE. . L. M. JOHNSON.
Aaieut. (ieneral .Manancr.
CAIRO YINCENNES It. 11.
C AfTr Vtl THE 8IIOUTEST ROUTE TO
01 JllLfiO Kvaiisville.
4 7 AT1I TIIE SHORTEST TO LOI'JS
4 JllLTiO VILLE. CINCINNATI, UAL
TIMOHE AND WASHINGTON.
ii i -irTT VsiTHK SHOltTEST TO INDIAN;
,H jlllJriO AI'Ol.IS.l'HILAUELI'HIA.NEW
YOKK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralua of all other rnutea muklns the amo
ffT" PiiwnL'er by other route to mnke contief
tloti mut rido nil lilht. wiiltinu from one to lx
hour at amall country etullona for triiiua of con
1 V A T 1 A T Ii V T?TH R FACT and take otir 4 :!.'
i.ilAHiinrilvn, m, iraln, reitrhlnir Evan
Tlllo, liidlnimpiill. Cincinnati and Loulnvlllo amo
lay. Train leiivo mid arrive at Cairo u follow;
Mail leave 4:a.m.
Wall arrive. ..lOMKlp.m.
ThroiiKh ticket and check to ull Important
i'.'a".'m1M.E11 K0SWELL MIIXEll.
Gen'l Pa. Agent. Oenoral hup t.
L. B. CHlTtCH. VunwongoiAjjem.
DYEINTt AND REX0VATIXO.
YUR OLD CLOTHES
cn ne nitAUTiriiLi.r
DYED Oil ItEPAIKED
At ft Trilling Expensc-C. 0. D.
CH.VS. SHELLEY, K0. 80 EIGHTH ST.
UT Ladlvi and Oouta" old hita mado new
KKW (iUX SHOP.
H E. INCE,
ijEw Ginsr snor,
Comiiicrelul Ave., opponltc Seventh st.
C'AIliO, : : : ii.iuxois-
Guns, Pistols. Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys JIade to order.
CHOKE BoniNG ON BREACH LOADING CfNS
All work cuarauteed aatlafnctory. at cheaper rated
hatica n be u'ltuliied at any other place In the city.
WIIOLFAIE WIXES AXI) LIQUORS
Wbok'talu and Retail Dealer la
Foreign and DomesticLiiiuors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEYTE.
MESSRS. SMYTH 4 CO. have constantly a larjre
tock of the bet ifooda In the market aud give
epeclal altenliou to the wholccale branch f the
F. 31. Stwkflcth. Fredolin Bros.
Stockfletii & BrOSSj
Sacccjsom to F.' M. Stockfleth.
Imprtrtei'8 unci Wholealo dealer in
Fortufii and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Iland, Catawba. California and Im
ported Port, Sherry, Medara Wines and Cham
patfuen. NO. C2 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO. ILL.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. W Commercial Ave.. Bet. Fifth and Sixtls St.
T eop contantly on hand a Urt anr':uent
JV (ieni auil Laeien Bout and Sao.- it ait -ty'
and nlze. and of the very be! of St. I.oai and
Cincinnati Hand. made work: old chiaper than
ever before, uud cheaper than like ' o,i us be tb
talned lu thi city.
ANo. aiway on hand a larse stiKk of I.ea'.h'.rand
Fludlnu' of ul! decriptio!i. ola v..-rv cloe.
XEW MEAT MARKET.
Si."Jof the Buffa'.o Ilea l.
No M. fihio l
KOEHLER IiROS., I'roi.rictors.
JOE A 131:1, L. Aurent.
A full and complete '.tj;ply of the !'-r of a!!
kind meat ahvuy ou baud. Order tilled at any
hour, day ornlsht.
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Hr'twwn "NVashlnstoji ami Com-
merolul Av., tidioinlns llatmys.
KEEPS for aalrthe bet Beef, pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb. Suiiite. Ac. and I prepared to uervo
famllle lu an acceptable manner.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o F J!' i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
jg IILskle. N. B. TiiicTiewona, J. H. Mooiie
Farmer s Tobacco Warehouse
No. PU and 1J7 Comni'-rclal Aveutte.
tVLlberal Advanceraenta made on Cousin
nienta of Tobacco, r'iour. and Grain.
HPAg'-ut. for Gear. Scott 4 Co. threnhlni; mil
chluua. portable aw mill and threhiui( eUL'iue.
A!!ut rorC'hampion barvcatlng machine, mowera
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Washington and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by fire
or otherwise made on short notice.
LL work Intrusted to him will receive prompt
attention, aud will be executed lu a t.factory
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue aud Eighth Street,
F. BP.OS. Pret-ldent '
P. NEKK. Vire-PreHidont.
H. WELLS. Cuhier.
T. J. KEUTH. Asuietant Cashier.
F. Bro, Cairo; Wiiiiam Kl jL'e. Cairo;
Peter Neff. Cairo ; William Wolf, Cairo;
C, M. Oterloh, R. L Bili:nk'lev, St. Louli;
E. BudT. Cairo; J. Y. V.ieaieon, 'Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
i change fold and borirht. Interest paid In the
Savine; liepurtment. Collection made and ail
buinc promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1809.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
TNTEP.2ST:ald on denosi'a March lt aid Sen-
X itanljjf tut- -t Lin v. Cb l.in t a n. .,
n:-.-.li.t' t'Ulitf prim loul of' the uepoait. tavreby '
g'.viti tnttn caii'0'.:uil iutere:.
""" Children and married women nuty deposit
money ul1 no one i he c:itt draw it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tr.EAniEit.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
W. P. HALI.IDA V. I'r.-l l. 'at.
11. L. IIALI.IDAY. Vice-President.
WALTER liYsLOP. Cashier.
STAATS TAYLOH. W . P. IIALMOAV,
HKNKV I,. IIAM.IDW, II 11. ITNMNilllAH,
O. U. WiLLIA.MsoS, s'CEl'i; EN BiUll,
It. 11. CANDLE.
Excliansi', 0o!n and United States Ponds
EOL'OUT AND SOLD.
D"poltc received aud a general bank'.n; l::ilaes
Wholesale and Relall
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Collier Eililh slivct I
SADLKRY AND IlARNl'.SS.
ADDLERY AND HARNESS SII'-I'.
JAMES M. KINNEAK,
In the old LuiUvlu llecniiirt stiiml, luar
Aiiib Ent'liii' 1Ioum
H prepared tiMlo nil hlmls nf work In hi' lln.'''
cheeply, ixpi'(l!clouly.aiid In a tiMU'oucli ,,orl
limnliko iimnner. lie Invite piitroiui:;e uitii
antcit HatNljictUi'jIu every I'svtii.u.ar
MOUSING, AITJL 21), 1870.
I never dull
Fuet the First Dose.
Dn.H. Itr-TKVKN,:- IWkmx
' Ut'',ir..hf 7' !'"'',' 8 CfMt aufferer from drop
J: .11 1 '"'''"-il to mv hou-e mum tiian n year.
MX mont ' ul ine tune 1 wa entlrelv UelpleM. I
wa, obll ed Jo have two nun help uie'iu ui.d out of
i .i.i "?",1'""n :" 1,K'lll', '"ri-'"r "' y "
ri ?i,f 'tried all remeUIr for dro.y, 1
?d I uolM r''m ,lw,Vr?- -MV fHend. ail expect
r rim ,n l, .mi!1y hlnllt I expected to dio bo
i 8 ,'Kcilnewaaentto me by
i ,iiJ i. . L,'V-ra11"11 f,,,ft tlw rl doe. I could
, tl I ,-"J;'rt''';-t" from day to davj I wn t'et
i ,,,i i . Af,,''r ' ,lul t'lk'-h rutiio 5 or tt bottlet
o' l;l"l;l" !! ullii. I licpiu to Ruin
S'HAm't Af"'r ttklojt omo ten bnttl?., I
conn wa.K irotn one part of my room to the oilier.
Jliapputik-ua OT0(J. thedropT had at thla timo
dUppeareJ. i k,.,,, tMa,, , Vt!(.,:no mitu i r,..
Iflioed my in.ual health. I heard of a treat many
cum by iif'.i.j euetlne after I not out aud wa able
tO IttHUd to U1V Udrl I nnt A rHrneiltr hii.I Wildil.tr
I wll alijo mv ii ha cured an aunt of my wlfo' of
Ne ralyla, who had auOered for more than 9) year.
Sqi aava !lu h, nnt hail anv neliralit tnr plubt
moith. I Lave given It to ouo of my children for
vaiser iiumor. i aato no aouni iu my mind it
v .1. lire any hiwior; St i a treat cleaner of the
liiou i ii it aru to give a ctlld, I will riK.'oninind
it to he world. My father I eltrhty year old, and
be a d thtru 1 nothlu; like It to iflvc atrunpth and
life ti an u-ed perou. I can not bo too thankful
fur th ue of It. I am, verrirratrfnllv,
Your. JOHN 8. NOTTAGE.
Alliea or Blood. If Vej-etine will relieve
pain. r enue, purlfv, aud cure auch dlneasea. retor
lug th patient to perfect health alter trying differ
ent pirsiclans. many reiuedie. and autl'erinir for
years i It not coiiclulve proof, If von are a utterer,
roucaibu cured r Why la thla medicine perform
injsmc. I'reatcure? It work In the blood, In the
circulniitK tluld. It can truly be called the Great
Blood hinder. The irreat source of dleae origin
ate In he blood; and no medicine that doe not
act diretly upon it. to purify and renovate, Ua any
just cum upon public attention.
I owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
Newtubt, Kv., Apr. i9. 1S79.
Dejr".lr:-Havli;ire'in"ered from a breaking out of
t-uuKt-nu sore lor more man nve year. cauel
by tin acident of a fractured bone, which fracture
raniiitoarutiuiuior.. aud have ued evervthinij
I could tiiukof. and nothiuij helped me until I hail
taken l; bottle of your valualtlo medicine, which
Mr. Mli'rr. the apotliecarv, recommended very high
ly. Tbt.-ixth liottle cured we. and all I can y U,
that l ore my health to your valuable Veu'etiue.
Your uiot obedient servant.
ALBERT VON RoEDEIt.
'It 1 .nneceaairy for me to enumerate the dis
ease fo which the Vkobtisb should he used. I
know ofno dieae which will uot admit of It use
with emd result AInioet innumerablecomplainta
are cau.'u oy poiouou secretioua in the mood,
whlsli c.n be entirely expeled from the ytem by
the Use d the VEoiTINK. When the hlmid I nr.
f;ctiy cleind. the dieac rapidly yield : ail pain
ceae; hmlthy uetion 1 promptly' restored, and the
r.a'leat i. rilivrl "
Cured me when the
Cincinnati, O., Apr. 10, 1317,
Mb. H. R. Steven :-
D.'iir Sir: I wa neriinslv trouli'.ed with Kidnev
Coniplaiut lor a lotus tiaie. 1 have conultedthe
best doctor in thi city. I have ned vourYEos-
tin K for thi disease, uud it ha cured me when the
doctors f illed to Jo to.
Vi.r ttuly. ERNEST M'RIOAN,
Residence. ir.M It-ice .street;
Plave of business, X:i Cent. Ave.
II. R. STEVENS. BOSTON, MASS.
YVqptiiu' is Sold Ey all Dnt'istsi,
p'SHL'vNCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kerth,
f huiw 1 (,-'!' Liverpool)
British America :-A;i&o.
l U 11X111 U till i A .". $.)15,U..
T'm'litl '. Of rilled Iphia; e.tablishcd lu ljrtj.)
CHUUl) Asset, gt;;,iO'.i,
r llliUilU f Ase: $110.t-.'1.9f,.
rjniii-iii (Of Freeport, 111.).
LISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
Offic in Aloxsmaev Count v Ttank.
n 5 CJ
llEALEIlS I If
FIXER, liRAIN AND HAY
1 . pf opnetora
Hiihost Cah Price Taid for Wheat. :
MARKETS P,Y TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, April 2s, 2:00 p. m. Wliont
unchanged Winter, Ss 10d0s 2d ; Spring,
7s CJOSa-; California nvcnif, 8s 8d
Cs 2d; California club, Os lifJs 5d. Corn
new 4s 5d.
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New York, April 23, 12 :00 r.- Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, 03$1 01; No. 2
Milwaukee, 1 01; Red Winter, $103'
1 13JS; No. 2 Red Winter, f 1 lStf
1 13; No. 2 Amber, $1 101 lOJ.
Corn quiet Steamer, 42; No. 3, 41;
No. 2, 43J$44.
cnicao ora and rnoDCCE.
Chicaoo, April 28, 10 a. si Pork -May,
e0 07i Juaaw.ia.02K. Corn-May, 34;
June, 33033. Wlieat-3ray, 80Ji,
Chicago, April 28, 12:00 . m. Pork
June, 9 739 77; Corn May, 84 a,';
June, 85. Wlieat May, 91; June,
MEAGRE ATTENDANCE AND LITTLE BUSINESS
Special to the Republican.
SmNGKiELD, 111., April 26. During part
of the afternoon there wa3 e bare quorum
present, after which both houses thinned
out, leaving considerably less than a quorum
to J j business, which consisted chiefly of
ordering house bills on second to a third
reading, noue of which were of any special
importance. Shortly nfter assembling an
effort was made to kill a senate bill which
abolishes the power of sale under mortga
ges, trust deeds, etc., which failed and the
bill was advanced to a third reading.
As usual, the vote by which several
measures Lad been passed by the house
yesterday wa3 reconsidered, and they were
placed in the the order of third reading,
amongwhich was Granger's bill, giving the
right of eminent domain to high-way com
missioners to condemn sand-banks for high
ways. This is certaninly a frivolous man
ner ot legislating, but it prevades the pres
ent house to an astonishing extent. Once
in the order of passing bills, it makes little
difference what comes up for passage, they
will he all voted for the same. It is child's
The committee on miscellany presented a
report unanimously recommending the pas
sage of the Hinds bill which forbids the
granting of license to sell liquor in any
town, city, village, etc., except upon a pe
tition of a majority of the male and female
This committee also reported a substitute
for Mr. Munn's bill to forbid treating in
saloons. The substituc nuikcs the penalty
!" tine for the offence when committed by a
common citizen, and a (ine of $10 to .'foO
when committed by a candidate for office.
It appearing that the committee at its de
liberation had but a bare quorum, and ob
jections be made to the introduction. of the
report ou the Hinds bill, the same was uot
The committee presented a resolution
that t'no monster petition be loaned to Miss
Willard that she may have its photograph
taken. Laid over.
A motion to adjourn was made, upon
which the veas and navs were taken. No
quorum voting, Mr. Joclyn moved a call ot
the senate, after which the senate de
clared no quorum present.
Mr. Hunt moved that the doors be closed
and the sergeatit-at-arms be directed to go
for absent members and bring them to the
bar of the senate. Train time approaching
and after a further search in saloons, &c,
for senators, the order was suspended and
the senate adjourned till next Monday at
10 a. m,
Why will you allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when tin
immediate relief can so easily he attained.
IVischee's German Syrup Was gained the
liirgest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Bosehee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, cs per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Siuco first introduced there
has been n constant increasing demand and
without n single report of a failure to do its
work in any case. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 73
cents. Try it and be convinced.
Notice. to all whom it may concern:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unlets tho
same is made ou a written order signed by
myself, and the order must bo attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
lor advertising or job work aro valid unless
the same nro endorsed by mysolf. , ( , . . ,
i , . ,' E. A. Bl'BNKTT.,.
NEW SEIilES-NO. 261.
Special to the Tlmca-Joiirnal
Washington, 1). C, April 23. Tho pass
age of tho legislative appropriation bill in
the House to-day was preceded ly an able
speech from Mr. Ewing in defense of the
Southern people and their representatives
upon the floor. He said their loyalty to
tho government was as unquestionable as
that of the Sortheruors; and in answer to
the question of Republicans who desired lo
know why so ninny brigadiers were here ho
would say that tho whole sweep ot man
hood at the South had had to enter the
army, and they had no others to choose
from, and that the South was attached to
them by tho sympathy of a common cour
age, a common misfortune- and a common
submission to the result, and that since'tho
brigadiers had been iu Congress no big
jobs had been carried through.
and said that a tremendous effort had been
made to show that all tho loyalty to the
government was confined to the South, and
thut tho people of tho North were sectioual
and naiTotv-minficd. He charged that it
was the predetermined nction of the Demo
cratic caucus that raised this issue. And
that among the forty-six Democrats who
had spoken, not one had announced his de
termination to pass the bills iu case they
tailed to get their legislation through by
HOAR, OK MICHIGAN,
who has established himself as the funny
man of the house, got the floor and heaped
up ridicule on Republicans, Democrats and
Greenbackers, in about equal quantities.
Ho is without doubt the boss humorist, and
kept tho house in a constant roar, and re
ferring to De La Matryr's little bill tor a
billion of dollars -he said that nothing
short ot an appeal to the Deity to have it
rain greenbacks for forty days and nights
would furnish the requsite amount to meet
their demands. Ho told the Southern
Democrats that what they needed was
more corn and cotton and less cussedness,
and suggested to the Republicans that the
bloody shirt had been waved until the ex
hibition had lost its novelty, and another
flag would be better to train under. He
managed to win applause from both sides.
TUB VETO. '
For the sake of appenrance, it is thought
the President may defer sending his veto
message to the House until Wednesday, iu
order that its. pretended consideration may
como up in Cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
The number of Democrats who affect to be
lieve that he will approve it are diminish
ing hourly, and the number of Republicans,
who arc hopeful of a veto is increasing in a
"corresponding ratio". The Otter -want of
confidence, however in his excellency's fix
edness of purpose, tends to make the Re
publicans somewhat uneasy. The Demo
crats arc refusing bets on tho veto, which,
until a week ago, they were glad to get.
unpleasantness i3 not likely to result in any
blood letting, as Logan absolutely declines
to pay any attention to the belligerent
Alabamaian's demand for a meeting. Lo
gan says he can't spare the time to stand up
and be shot at, but if Lowe should get in
his way he will doff his senatorial coat long
enough to warm his hide for him, The im
pression prevails pretty generally that the
Alabama blonde has, with the help of his
second, Judge Pelliam, succeeded in mak
ing an ass of himself, and that ho has not
been so anxious for a fight from the first as
as he is to acquire a cheap reputation for
Representative Lowe publishes a card this
afternoon in relation to his difference with
Senator Logan. The representative incor
porates letters to the senator, delivered by
Judge Pelham. The last one is as follows:
Washington, April 23, 1879.
To Hon. John A. Logan;
Sir : On the 21st inst, you published i:t
the Republican, of this city, a communica
tion containing words personally reflecting
on me. I have twice addressed you a note
calling your attention to this language.
You havo failed and refused to answer
either of them, and you thereby forco mo
to the last alternative. I therefore demand
you name somo timo and place out of
this district where another communication
will presently reach you. My iriend
Charles Pelham is authorized to act for me
in the premises. Respectfully,
Signed ) Wm. M. Low k.
Colonel Lowe then concludes his card as
follows: "Thus ended this one-sided corres
pondence. It needs little or no comment
from me. I will not brand John A. Logau as a
liar, for ho is a senator of tho United States.
I will not post him as a scoundrel and pol
troon, for that would bo in violation of the
local statutes, but I .do puhlish him as one
who knows how to insult, but not how t
satisfy a gentleman, and I invoke upon him
the judgment of honorable men of tho
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