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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Mayor Henry Winter.
Treasurer B. V, Parker.
Counselor Will. I), (illl)crt.
Marshal-l'. I). Art it.
Attiirui-v W. H. Mc.tiee.
Police. JliiKlftnito-J. J. Hlrd.
IIOAIH) or AI.DKIIMKV.
First Ward tie". Yornm. Win. OTalliihnn.
Second Ward-Wood Rittcuhutisc, N. 11. Tulstle
oiA. Third Ward-W. P. Wrl'ht. John Wood.
Vourih Wiird I'liurli-H O. J'utliT. I). J. Foley.
Filth Wurd-T. W. liulli'lay, Chun. Lancaster.
Circuit. IudL"'-0. A. Marker.
Circuit CU-rk-.l. A. Keu-.
County JhcIc K. S. Yoeuin.
County Clerk S. J. Iliimm.
County Attorn.y W. C. M'llkcy.
Coimiy Treasurer A. J. Aldeii.
Micrlti Johu Hodge.
CorotitT it. KitstL'i'riii'-
County Coiuniissiuuurs T. W. Ilalliday, M. V
Ilrowu. Samuel Ilrlloy.
AFRICAN M. K. Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets: service Sabbath It
I. m. stid 7:: p. in.; Sunday (school l:.W p. m.
CIIKISTIAN-Eijjhtet'iith utreet; meeting Sab
balu I0;;w p. nu; preachln occasionally.
CHURCH OK THE RELEEMEH-Eplropa!)
Fourteenth street; Moruluif prayer (Sabbath)
lu:.'M a. m.; eveninu prayer. ::! p.m.; Sabbath
chool It u. in. Ret. St. J. billon-Leo. Hector.
VIK-ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIURCII
II Preaching at H:: a. m., 3 p. m.. and ":: p. m.
Sabbath school at p. m. Jtev. T. J. Shore,
Il'THERAN-Thlru-onth trcct; Service Pab
J bath 11 a. m. and 7:ao p. m.; Sunday school a.
m. Upv. Duerxchuer. oastor.
METIH)I)IST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut street;
Preaching Sabbath lu:."i a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wednesdv ?::) p. m.; Sunday
School. 8 p. m. Rev. A. P. Morrison, pa-tor.
IJKEsCYTEKIAN Eighth street: preachlnsr oq
Sabbath at U:oO a. m. and 7:3"p. I"?)''-'
mcctliig Wednesday at 7:S p. m.; Sunday School
t $ p. (u. Rev. It. V. (ic-orne, pastor.
SECOND FREE-WILL HAITIST - Fiftecrtu
street, between Walnut and Cedar atreeta; cr
Tlce Sabbath at 3 aud ':) p. m.
OT. JOSEPlUS-iHoinan Catholln Corner Cross
ml Walnut streets: service Sbbath 10:.)i)a.
m.; Sunday school ut i p. m.; Vesper 3 p. tu
yiees every day at p. m.
L'T. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
k7 sm-ei aim vi minimum iu-uui., . -
tialh b and lo a. m. ; Ycper 3 p. m.; Snudnv School
8 p. m. ; Hen-b en every day at b p. m
hLLIXOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rfjlE onlv road runnlngtwo daily train from Cairo
X making dite t connection lth Eastern line.
TRAIN LEAVE C'AIBll.
MO p. m.: FnM express, arriving In St. Louis .:jj
p. m.; Chicago :& tu.
1 :10 P. m. CIXCISXATl & LOUISVILLE
Arriving In Cincinnati at T:0U a. m.: Lo;ilville.
7:ina. :n.; Iud!an.ilndi. 4:15 a. m. I'a'i'uligera by
tU'.i trin arrive at above points
13 TO C HOL'KS IX ADVANCE
Of anv other route.
".in P tn FaM Mall, with sleeper attached, for
.H'.T. Lot is and ( HUAt.o. arriving In St.
i, ..i. .,i k -.i. m i Mi urn at 10:40 a m.. connect-
1i'.:':it Odin or Emugham tor Cluciunati, Lo-uoville
auii lu Uaunl'!i
' FAST TIME EAST.
I) K l.vVYI'11 PsI bv this line go through
J .Vol j. 1' r.U- to the East without any
IiV.av rau-H'il ny uiiuav inu-rvuiii, in- .......
('".y iifterniNUi train frnin Cairo arrive- in New ork
.'. J .... in.. 'rl.l.t....U l...tir ill Mil-
. . ... .... i .. i... ..I.... TV... ulnr.
MuU'iav i:ior:iiiu ai i" -4.1. iuum ri ...
anr.- of anv other mute.
it" Advertl-eiii.-nt of competing lines that they
Hl.ike 1" tt'T time Illilll tills one an: i-m-u
throu.-ii igniiraiiceura di'-ireto nitsieao ine pui.m .
For throiigri tickets ami iiilorniatiou ajip.) ai i.n-
no.i c eiiirai iciiiroao u poi. i anu.
TllAINS AlllilYE AT CAI1IO:
,1 V. .11 ill NM IN. tell 1 outni Til Ag i.
I. 11. JONE-. Ticket Agent.
QAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
wf -a -7irn TTi a 1 1 1 liTi
r..Va&. I 1 III 1 1 ,
.ll 'l'ltT-r i
It. SMITH KItrt. K.H .ivir.
SIIOHTEST SIIOftT LINE liETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Iriirough Espre-s leaves Cairo 10:01 a.m.
Through E.tpri-s arrives at E. St. Louis.. ii:4ip.m.
I'liroUih Kxpn-s leaves t.. M. I.oui "'.
riirou.'h Express arrives at Cair Sil.l p.m.
IVuriihvsburo aecoiiiuioiltttloii leaves uuro i.? p.m.
Mn-lihysboro Ace. arrive- it Murphysboro H:.Vip.m.
: 1 . ' . . i . . ti i I-. j i t.
IViUrplivslloro Ace. leiwe- .tiurinj .. . "
1 irphyslioro Acc. arrive at Cairo li 55 p.m.
ITIieCairoi St. Lmtl- Hail Hoad is the only all
Hail liotitu between Cairo and St. Louis under one
I Management, therefore tliere are no neiat . i
,v av stations iiw altliig connection from other lines.
'lose aud sure connection" at m. i.oui nuuuuni
ine for North. Ku-l uud West.
II. A. NAKtl.K. l.. m. juiii..
Agent. ttenerai .vi imager.
CAIRO it VINCENNES R.R.
D THE SIIOUTEST
17 AflT T,V THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS
11 Jllliho vil l.K. CINCINNATI, BAL-
l'lMuRE AND WASHINGTON.
)l AfTl VQTIIK S1I01ITESTTO INDIAN
.)r 311 liViO APOLIS.PIULADELPHIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
jver trulua of all "titer route making tho tamo
tT Piif-engers by oilier routes to muko coiinef-
lou nnmt ride nil night, waning iroin one io six
.ours at. small country stations lor trains ol coil-
V V V1 U liM? K FAl'T ,inrt Vk0 i!r 4 :4r'
IjIIjJII) lilV , iruln. reaching hvims-
.iltu Iti.llaiintiolU. Cliielnimtl nnd Louisville sumo
lav. Trains leave mid arrive ut Cairo as follows ;
M..O iifhleiis I" 1'-i'i
Tliroiig,ii uciiein una cuvckw to niii""
v . .it i
I'lV1 . Tf T t,'l
A. Jlll.i.r.u uu "","'"",.
Geii'l Pass. Agent. lienerul Sup t.
L. H. CHUIU H, Passenger Agent.
DYKIXO AND RKX0YAT1XG.
yOl'lt OLD CLOTHES
CAN BR DRAUTirULU
DYED OH UEPAIltED
At a Trilling FJtiirnso-C. 0. D. .
CHAS. SHELLEY, SO. 30 JEIGHTH ST
fT Ladlei and GouU' eld hot niadt new
NF.W GUX SHOP.
H. E. CE,.
NEW GUX SHOP,
Comnictvial Ave.. oj.p(,site Scventli at.
Guns, Pistols, Safis ami Locks Roitaii ed.
Keys Mude to order.
CHOKE B0RIN(; ON BREACH-LOADING GCNS
All work guaranteed satisfactory, at cheaper raten
nan can be piitaiimd at any other place In the city.
avholksale YI:s axi livioils
1 SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in -., ,
Foi'cign and Domestic Liqnoi's
Wines oi all Kind:?,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTn A CO. have constantly a large
stock of the best goods in the nmrke'. and give
especial attention to the wholesale brauch vf'the
F. M. Stoclfleth. Fredolin Bross.
Stockfletii & BrOSSj
Sacccors to F. M. Stockfleth,
Importers and "NVholeale dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. FM'.y I-!and, Catawba, California and Im
ported Port, Sherry, k-dan Wiues and Cbam-
NO. 63 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
BOOTS AND SHOW.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Leather and Findings
No. M Commercial Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth St.
Keeps cotia'antlv on hand a large assortment of
Gents ami Ladies Hoots and Miie-- of all styles
and sizes, and of the very best of m Louis and
Cincinnati Hand made work: sold cheaper than
ever before. ud cheaper than like goods can be ah
talued in this city.
Ai'o. always on hand a larg'1 stock of Leather and
Finding of till description, -ol J verv close
XEW MEAT MARKET.
iof the BuS'a'.o Head.
No l. Ohio i
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
JOE A I JELL., Agent.
A full and complete supply of the best of nil
kinds meat alwavs ou hand. Orders filled at auy
our. day urnight.
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Ilftwoen VashinKton and Com'
morcinl Av, adjoiuins Itannye.
FPfiJ f,, ..!., () k.tat rtjef Vnrt Mutton. Vnnl.
Lamb. Sausage, ic and Is prepared to serve
fatullles lu uu acceptable manner.
ROPRIETOR OF SPROxVT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O F FIC K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY
JEr HiNKLE, N. B. Tiiistlkwooii, d. H. Moohb
Fiirnier's Tobacco Warehouse
No. 125 and U7 Commercial Avenue,
rT'Llberal Advancements made on Couslsn
ment of Tobacce, Flour, and Grain.
tSAxcnt for Gear, Scott & Co. throhlug ma
chines, portable saw mill and threshing engine
Agents forChamploa harvesting inacblno. mowera
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TEN'TII 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 iii a satisfactory
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Ei?hth Street,
F. BROS?, President.
P. NEFK. Vice-President.
II. WKLLS, Cashier.
T. J. KEKTIi. Assistant Cashier.
F. Bros, Cairo;
Peter Neff. Cairo;
E. Buder, Cairo;
William Klnge, Cairo;
William Wolf. Cairo;
K. L Bllllngsley. St. Lon!(;
J. Y. Cietnson, Caledouia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Er
XX chane sold aud bought. Interest paid in the
Savings lepartment. Collection made and all
business promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Cham-red March 31, 1869.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
TNTEREST paid on depo-its March 1st and S-p
.a temoer l-t. interest not withdrawn is aui
mediately to the prim ijml cf tU-j
giving them compouuu interest.
IS Children and married women may dejiosit
p.iouey and no one i he cm druw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Treasckek.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
W. T. HALLIDAY. Preidict.
II. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
WALTER 11 Y SLOP. C a-hler.
P. PTAATS TAYLOR, W. P. HAIXttlAT.
IlKMtV L. HAl.UDVr, H. II. rCNMNC'IIAM.
0. U. WILUAMt-O.N,
R. 11. CANDSS.
Excliaiiffe, Coin and Vnited States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general banh'.tg business
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES, '
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Corner Eighth street I
SADLF.RY AND HARNESS.
QADDLEllY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KINNEAR,
In tho old Ludwls & Hi'iTw art stiunl, iit'itr the
Aiali EnIiiti Hiiust1.
s prepared to do all kinds or w oris In hi line,
t, , WT'' l'!il,,'llt'l"uly.niid lu a thoroiigb woik
' niiku milliner, lie Invites patronage ami Ktiitr
auiu mitufociloii lu every particular.
MORNING, AFRIL 30.
I never shall
Forget the First Dose.
Dear Slr.-i huv ht-i n a great sufferer from drop-
'J'. ..,,!V!.C , !" l",v "' than a year,
hilt I"" "hs of the time 1 was u litlrclv helpless . I
was onllged in hve tM(, ,,. nu,p Ini, n un(1 ou, ()f
'l' ar,!'n?l""t'a ,!' llKUv. lur-",r lt"1" '- 11U,,,
? ?i.V"S i,v' rlrlllrem.-dIoivr.r dropsy, I
L? i S wl doetors. .My friends oil expect
rlf i..V.r,, i. e; .nilj"y nights I expected to die be
fore morui ig. At last Veguilne wa. sent to mo by
' 'ii i.. U('V'r "lm" ,'"rt ho llrst dose. 1 could
reullye Ita good effects from day to day: I wa. get-
ting nj'iter. After I hud taken aome 5 or 8 buttle
I could sleep quite well night. I began to gain
now quite last After taking ome tun bottls. I
could walk from one part of my room to the other.
j iM'i'cuie was goou;
Was good: the dropsy bad at thla time
- I kept taking thu V egetiuo until I re
i"'.inl health. I beard of a f;ruat many
pa f.ed niy u,
cures by using Vegetiue irter I got out and was abl
to attend to my work- 1 am a carpentur and builder.
I will nisi) say It ha cured an aunt of my wife' of
neuralgia, wan tmU gurrerca for more tnau 3i years.
She Myn he has not had any neuralgia for eight
month, lnaveeiven lt to one of my children for
lanter iiunior. i nave no uount lu my mind lt
win cure any numor: lt is a great cleanser or the
blood ; ft I safe to give a child. I 111 recommend
It to the world. My father l eighty year old, and
he says tin re Is nothing like It to give strength and
life to ,iu uged person.. I call not be too thankful
fur the use of it. I am, very gratefully,
Yours, JOHN 8. NOTTAGE.
All Disrases op lli.oon. If Vegetiue will relievo
pain, cleanse, purify, and cure such dlseae, retor
Ing the patient to perfect health after trying differ
ent physician, many remedies, and suffering for
years, is it not conclusive proof, if you are a s utl'erer,
you cun be cured? Whv is this medicine perform.
Ing such treat cures ft works lu the blood, in the
circulating fluid. It can truly be called the Great
Blood Putiller. The great source of disease origin
ates in the blood; and no medicine that does not
act dirertly upon lt. to purlfv and renovate, has any
just claim upon public attention.
I owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
, Newtort, Kv Apr. 20, 1ST9.
Mr. R.H. Stevens:
Dear Sir: Having suffered from a breaking out of
Cankerous Sore, for more than rive years, caused
by an accident of a fractured boue. which fracture
ran Into a running sore, and have used everything
I could think of. and nothing helped me until I had
taken six bottles of your valuable medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the apothecarv. recommended very high
ly. The sixth bottle cured me, and all I cau say Is,
that I owe my health to your valuable Vegetiue.
Your most obedient servant.
ALIiERT VON ROEDER.
"It is unnecessary for me to enumerate the dis
eases for which the Vkoetine should be used. I
know of no disease w hich will not admit of It use
with good result Almost innumerablecomplainu
are caused by poisonous secretions in the blood,
whl'.h can he entirely expeled from the system by
the use of the Veoetinb. When the blood 1 per
fectly cleansed, the disease rapidly yields: allpaln
cease: healthy action is promptly restored, and the
patient it cured."
CRred me when the
Cincinnati, 0., Apr. 10, 1S77.
Mb. H. R. Stevens: .
Deii'sfif: I was seriously troubled with Kidney
Complr.lt for a long time. I have consulted the
best doctors In this city. I have used your Veoe
tine lor this disease, and lt ha cured me when tho
uoc'ors i.iiii-ii io uo so.
Yo::rs truly. ERNEST DURIGAN,
Residence, iWl Race Sireet:
Place of business, :iT:J Cent. Ave.
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Voffctiiie is Sold By all Bnifftrists,
P'SVRANCE AGENCY OF
AVells & Kektii,
nnnoti' (Of Liverpool)
YUUin , Capital gw.ooo.ooo.
TfOY'll ('"lll'llli-lll '- 'f Montreal. Can.)
llUUIl VtllKlIllilH tcailtal,$tl,0t),0u0tiold.
British America AaSlV
TTllimi 'f Pu'-ladelphla; established in 1U.)
L-lUUll, Assets, $ttl,tW.ou.
X XlLIllilU ( Assets JllO.iy.fti.
"-H.Illlilll A.ets. $155,8TT.M.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
OfTiop in Alexander Covmtv Hunk.
r1 C -i
3 S o
FL0M, GRAIN AND HAY
Hlfflicst Cash Price raid for Wlicct.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, April 2J, 2 :ao p. M.-Wlicat
quiet-Winter, 8s 10d0s 2d; Spring,
7s Cd8s; California average, 8s 8d
Ds Id; California club, Oi U0s 5d. Cora
new 4s 5d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, April 29, 12 :05 p.m.- Wheat
quiet firmer No. 2 Chicago, 1 00f 1 02;
No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 02; Red Winter, $104
l 14; No. 2 Rod Winter, 1 13
1 13; No. 2 Amber, $1 11. Com-
quiet Steamer, 43; No. 3, 42tNo. 2.44.
ClIICVJO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, April 29, 10 a. jr. Pork -May,
$9 03; June, 9 55. Corn-May, 34;
June, 33. Wheat-May, 00; June,
Chicago, April 29, 12:00. m. rork
May,$9 4.j; June, $932J; Corn May,
June, 34 J8. Wheat-May,
H June, 01 HWt.
Chicago, April 29, 12:00 a. Wheat
Miy, D0J$90$; June, 91 Corn-
May, 33; June, 343.T
May, $9 45; June, $9 53.
Special to tho Times-Journal.
Washington, April 23. The number of
those who confidently look for a veto is rap
idly increasing, nnd a large proportion of
the Democaats who professed tu believe
that the bill would be approved now admit
there is little ground for hope. Several
members of congress called upon General
Key lastniglit to learu what the President
would do with the bill, nnd they report
that he said he had no knowledge of the
iutentions of the president in the matter,
but he (Key) was emphatically.
IN FAVOR OF A VETO.
Unless nearly everybody is misled by tho
surface indications at the White House the
veto will be sent to congress on Wednes
day. It is thought the debate in the senate
will be brief on tho legislative appropria
tion bill, and as there is little or no doubt
of its being vetoed, tho mows conservative
Domocrats will favor a joint resolution con
tinuing last year's appropriation bills in
force until December. This plan will be
opposed by a very considerable number of
Southern ami Western' members, who will
CONTINUANCE OF THE FIGHT,
but it is believed they nre in a minority.
The plan of submitting the political amend
ments ns independent measures will not
meet with much favor as it would run the
session into July or August, The leading
Deuioerats freely admit that a grave error
has been committed in the mode of pro
cecdure, and that the only course left is to
make temporary provision and go home
and submit the matter to the people.
THE LEGISLATIVE APl'llOPRIATION BILL
reached the senate to-d:iy, and was referred
to the committee on appropriations, and
will probably be reported to the senate on
fiEN. lttSIt CLARK,
representative from the Fifth Iowa district,
Uted very suddenly at 4 r. m., to-day of
congestion of the bruin; He was about
the National hotel, where he roomed, and
on the street as usual yesterday.
THE LOWE-LOCiAX DUEL
will not come off as was advertised, which
Lowe rxplnins by saying that Logan is no
gentleman, Logan in tho meanwhile refus
ing to receive any communication from
has issued his proclamation warning all
persons against emigrating into the Indian
territory nnd tolling (hem if they do they will
bu removed therefrom by the aid of troops
if necessary. Tho President has been com
pelled to this courso by the fact that an ex
pedition has been put on foot for tho inva
sion and settlement of a part of the Indian
territory, which under the law can only be
occupied by the iudian tribes.
ARGUMENTS FOR THE VETO.
It is said to-night that the veto messago
lias been prepared by Kvarts, and ho will
make it strong on tho (ticstion of tho sur
render of the executive prerogative. When
tho fact is boruo in mind that L'varts was
the counsel of Andrew Johnson in tho im
peachment trial nnd subsequently his attorney-general,
nnd that ho made his great
fight ou tho theory that executive preroga
tives could not bo encroached upon,
nnd when it is further remembered that
Johnson was acquitted mainly on that
ground mid by tho votes of Democrats, a
strong nrgumeiit is presented to tho Democ
racy in congress in favor ot sustaining tho
veto. Ts repudiate this idea Is to say that
tho Democracy was wroug in working tor
Johnson's acquittal. In tho forthcoming
veto message elalwrato quotations will be
made from the proceedings of the Johnson
NEW SERIES-NO. 265.
impeachment and analogies will be drawn
to show that, if Johnson was justified then
in resisting encroachment upon his prerog
ative Hayes is justified now.
From our Itujrular Correspondent.
Wasiiixoto.v, April 23, 1879.
Senator Ingalls and Representative Has
kell, of Kansns, have called tho attention of
cougres9 to tho exodus of colored people
from the South, through memorials freui
their state relative to aid for thoso who
come there in destitute circumstances.
Probably they do not expect a congress
controlled by Democrats to do anything to
encourago a movement among the blacks
which they regard as a Radical movement;
ono to help thn Republican party in the
coming elections, and especially next year.
But they do expect that notice will thereby
be given to tho philanthropists who so de
sire that they can spend some money in
helping tho colored people to move to Kan
sas and elsewhere. I may say by authori
ty thatSenator Windom and other men
who have fathered this movement are not
in favor of congressional action of the pa
ternal sort, believing that enough private
assistance will be rendered to make their
pet scheme a success. It is certainly pro
ceeding in earnest, and there are Bigns tbat
the colored people in the eastern Gult
States and South Carolina will be taking
up their beds soon. Ry the way, I have it
from Senator Bruce that tho report of his
opposition to tho migration movement is a
mistake; lie is not opposed; on the con
trary, he hopes much from it, but he, like
Senator Windom nnd others, believes that
it should bo directed cautiously so as not
to result in disaster.
Things here are drifting strongly towards
the political campaigns. That could not
well bo avoided ns the result of the current
debates. Congress is doing nothing but
making political capital, and the thought
c i,iu!nniI :,ti,i r- l..l..
ui uuaiuvso ja iaii;ijr iuuuiuu, jVC!jl;uuj
anticipates a hot contest next year, and
everybody at all likely to be engaged in it
is astir already sounding the note ot prep
aration. The Republican campaign com
mittee has further perfected it organization
by choosing the following as an executive
committee. Ilubbell, of Michinan. chsf"r-
man; Rollins, of N. H.; Iliscock, of N.
Y.; Fuher of Pa.; Jorgenson, of Va.; Orth,
of Ind.; McKindley, of Ohio; Davis, of
Ills.; Allison, of Iowa; Dunnell, of Minn.
It is said that they want II. E.
Chandler, of N. II., for secretary,
but he don't want the position. Tt
is not a paying one and the task is thank
less. But Mr. Chandler is regarded as the
ablest political manager in this country,
and a great effort will be made to have
Tho Democrats are a little more quiet in
their preparations, but are known to lie at
work all the same. Thompson, of Ohio,
will lead in tho executive work of their
congressional committee and in fact he will
be the committee, since ho is a man who
assumes a great deal of responsibility and
does a good deal of work. This is not la
vorablo to Tilden, who, by the way, is not
gaining friends here by tho arbitrary course
ho is taking against Tammany in New
York. That quarrel is extendimr here, ami
many Democrats charge that Tilden is per
secuting tho Tammany officials in order to
gain followers from the "reformers" and
Republicans in order to forward his claims
for tho Presidency. How the Democrats
will lay this quarrel in time to go into the
campaign next year with a good propsect is
a conundrum many of them are studying
After Senator Blaine's amendment to the
army bill was defeated yesterday. Senator
Windom, remarking that lie "wanted to as
certain precisely how fur caucus decrees
had gone," offered his amendment to the
effect that any person who should appear
near the polls armed with the intent to ob
struct tho elections should bo punishable
with fine and imprisonment. Mr. Windom
said the majority had voted that it should
be a criminal offence lor any ono to bring
armed men to tho polls, and had also voted
that it not bo a crime for any person to ap
pear armed at tho poljs. Wero they now
ready to voto that it should not be criminal
for a person to como armed to tho polls
with tho avowed purpose to hinder and ob
struct the freo exerciso of tho suffrage.
Nevertheless tho Democrats voted solidly
against his amendment. Tho Democratic
caucus is king yet, and bids fair to bo
throughout this session.
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