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K. A. BCKNBTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
STATE'S ATTORN ST.
We ire authorised to announce that Mr. An gin
L t'k ia an Independent candidate for State' At
torney of Alexander County, In the approaching
We are auihorlxed to annoanee Will Urn N. But
ler u the Repabllcan candidate for election to the
office oj State' Attorney ol Aiexeader County.
We are anthoriied to announce Mr Alexander
11. Irrln aa an Independent candidate for re
election to the offl-w of Circuit Clerk, In the
ccmlng election In November.
We are authorised to announce the name of
Richard Fitigerald aa candidate for re e ectien
to the cftke of Coroner at tbe ensalng November
THE JOINT DEBATE.
Oa the 10tli iosU ia the forenoon, Hod.
F. E. Albright, in person, delivered to Con
gressman Thomas a letter of which the fol
lowing it a copy, as The Bulletin pub
"Cairo, 111., Sept. 6, 1884.
To lion. John R Thomas, nominee of tbe Repub
lican party for Condemn an of Twentieth Dlst.,
The Halliday, Cairo, III.:
"Dear Sir: Believing that the voters
whose suffrages we are askiD? are entitled
to hear all important politics! questions
fairly discussed by us, I hereby invite you
to jointly discuss with me the pending poli
tical issues and our respective official rec
ords, in every county in this district, and
will be pleased to meet you to-day t any
place you may designate and mutually ar
range the times and places for such joint
"F. F.. Albright,
"Dem. nominee for Congress, 20th Dist.
Mr. Albright and Congressman Thomas
both remained in Cairj until 4 o'clock p.
m.; but no opportunity was fjiveo to Mr.
Albright to meet Capt. Thomas and "mut
ually arrange the times and places for
holding such joint discussions." Without
p iviog any attention to Mr. Albright's
poiite request to me?t him and "mutually
arrange tbe times and places" to discuss
the "peudiog political issues akd our re
spective official records," Uapt. Thomas,
vthile Mr. Albright was paying the last
t ibute of respect and affe-.tion at the grave
rf Lis father, who died last Wednesday
nigbt, caused the ffllnwtng letter to be
"Cairo, III, Sept. 10, 1134.
"Dear Sir: Incompliance with the
promi'e made in my note of recent date,
accepting your challenge fort joint discus
sion of the political issues, &c, in the sev
eral counties of this the Twentieth Congres
sional district of Illinois, I take pleasure in
mentioning the following places and daes
a convenient and agreeable for the several
"September 1.1th. 1884. Cairo, at night;
lGth, Mound City, 2 p. m.; 17th, Metropo
lis 2 p. tn; 18tb, Oolconda, 2 p. m.; 19th,
Vienna, 2 p. m.; 20th, Marion, 2 p. m.;
22 J, Jouesboro, 2 p. m.; 23d, Murphysboro,
2p.m.; 24th, Sparta, 2 p.m.; 25th, Du-
ioin, 2 p. m.
"I hope you will be present at the several
meetings indicated and make to hi your
"I have the honor to be
"Your obedient servant,
"John It. TnoMAS,
"Republican nominee for Congress
"To Hun. F. E. Albright, Democratic nom
inee for Congress. "
Accurding to the code of the duello, the
challenged party lias a right to choose the
Weapons. BcT THE PLACE AKD TBE TIME
A HE SELKCTkD BY TtlE AGREEMENT OK TBE
stcoND'. If such were not the rule, the
challenge 1 party might select such time
and p ace for instance time, midnight
place Iceland as to mullify the effect of
the challenge. In this instance, Capt
Tin iin is' cnuimittee seems to dodge Mr
Albright s proposition to discuss "our re
spective political records;"' and the captain,
unintentionally, we suppose, has selected
such times as will absolutely prevent due
notice being given W the people.
Capt. Thomas fixes the time in Alexan
der county to-morrow night, and not i
notice f the joint discussion has been sent
out of the city; and thus this discussion of
Cpt. Thomas' official record is to go on,
and the people of Alexander county, out
side of the city, not heir a word of it
That seems to be a dodge that ought not
to prevail. Bills are ported in the city, an
nouncing tint the juint discussion is, "y
Order of the Committee." But neither
Mr. Albright, nor any ot his friends kaow
what committee is refeired to; and Mr.
Albright lus nut been informed that any
committee has been authorized to post
bills making the announcement.
It will be impossible to notify the people
of Puuski couuiy, outside of Mound City
of the propused discussion by next Tuesday
night; and the same may be truthfully said
in relatk-D to the people of Massac, Pcpe
aud Johnson. But it is the people in the
country the farmers and the farm labor
e,-g to whom Mr. Albright wants to talk
as much as to the people of Cairo City,
Moind City, or Metropolis City, while the
exceeding brevity of the notice seems in
tended to prevent the farmer from know
ing of the joint discussion.
We regret this apparent attempt of
dodging. Mr. Albright desires a manly
discussion in a manly way. He wants the
people to bear him discus) Capt. Thomas'
Mr. Albright should waive thediscourt
eous treatment by his opponent who
ignored entirely Mr. Albright's request to
join with Capt. Thomas and mutually name
the times and places, and he should accept
the places fixed by bis opponent, no matter
what his own preference may be; but he
should insist on longer notice. We have
no authority to speak for Albright; but we
do take the liberty of giving him our ad
There is ample time between this date
and the election to give the largest possi
bio notice of the proposed discussion ; and
such is what every fair-minded man of both
parties wants to see given. Why this haste T
What explaination can be given of the
short notice to the people! When we want
many people to be resent at a meeting, it
is customary to give long and full notice.
Have notices been sent out into Pulaski,
Massac and Pope! Mi.Albiigbt, according
to the dictates of both common sense and
courtesy, ought to know about the kind of
notices which are to be sent. The notice
published by "Order of the Committee,"
does not tell the people that Capt. Thomas'
official record is to be discussed ; it only
tells them there is to be a discussion of the
" political issues."
Let us have a fair and full discussion,
with ample notice, and no dodging part of
the challenge by "Order of the Committee.
Since writing the above, we have learned
that Mr. Albright, before he heard from
Capt. Thomas, had made appointments to
speak in Jackson and Randolph counties
on every one of the days named by the
Capt. Singular coincidence!
THE PARTY OF THE LABORER.
The report of the committee of the state
labor convention is now published and is
being put into the hands of the laboring
people of the state. The report is plain,
simple and to tbe point. It tells in few
words but plainly and directly, the man
ner in which tbe laboi committee appoint
ed to wait on the Republican state conven
tion was received by that body; how the
committee' was first kept waiting on the
Republicans and was compelled to force its
way into the Republican committee room
to get a bearing; how it was finally prom
ised that a labor plank, prepared by the
Republicans and satisfactory to the labor
committee, should be inserted in tbe Re
publican platform, and how on tbe floor of
the convention, the committee listened to
the substitution of the meaningless labor
planks which it had once rejected on be
half of the convention which it represented.
If then details, in as few words as possi
ble, the way in which it was received by
the Democratic convention; it was taken
into the committee room and its demands
respectfully beard and examined; a sub
committee was appointed to confer with the
abor committee and the labors and discus
sions of the joint committees resulted in
tbe incorporation with the Democratic
platform of the substance of the labor reso-
utions; and afterward, on the floor i f the
Contention, the rules were suspended and
the resolutions adopted as a wtule.
The labor committee submits those facts
and declares in connection with them that
tha labor organizations of the Btate, which
pledged themselves in convention at Chica
go to cast their votes for the party that ac
cepted and adopted their resolutions, now
have no choice in honor but to support the
It seems to be forgotten by politicians
who would iguore all discussion of Prohi
bition that one of the Republican senators
Blair, of New Haminphcre- 1 as oresent
ed to the body of which he is a member a
proposition for the amendment to the con
stitution of the United States providing
that after the year 1900 the manufacture,
importation and sale of all kinds of intox
icating liquors shall be prohibited ia the
United States. Senator Blair supported
that proposition In a speech which was
widely printed, and, as he is still a mem
ber of the senate, may decide to press that
amendment at any day. Encouraged by
the present situation, be may do so at the
next session. It would thtn be a national
question upon which dodging would no
longer be possible. Upon a question thus
imminent Mr. Cleveland and Mr. St. John
have defined themselves. And it is not in
the least impertinent or unreasonable to
ask the views of Mr. Blaine. Mr. Blaine
declined to give them, but the discussion of
the quostion will proceed as steadily as it
he bad taken Bides. Chicago Herald.
Phobablt the thinnest explanation made
of Blaine's failure to vote on the prohibi
tion amendment in Maine is that made by
the Inter Ocean. It says that Blaine, who
is a representative of national questions,
did not vote on it on either side, and this it
calls "a well thought out, manly and states
manlike position." Mr. Blaioe is, we be
lieve, thin first citizen of tbe country who
holds the belief that candidacy for tbe
Presidency disqualifies a man to take a po
sition on a state issue. This reason why
Blaine didn't vote ou the amendment may
be swallowed by a few innocent persons,
but the maj rity will put the right con
BirucuoQ on nis action. Mr. rJlaine was
afraid to vote.
Blaine has played false to the friends of
Prohibition by his failure to support tbe
iron cla amendment, after having been
UAIKO HULLKTIN; SUNDAY MOlSMNti SEPTEMBER 14, 1881,
pledged so to by tbe Prohibition leader,
Neal Dow, He seems to have waited until
he Had the Prohibition voters stfuly cor
ralled; and then when all danger was past,
he dodged the issue by ; failing to vote on
this uppermost question in Maine politics.
His conduct cannot fail to be displeasing
to bis Prohibition friends, who believed
him to be sincerely with tbem. Aud to tbe
great German seotiutent of the country tbe
Prohibition support will ' indicate that
Blair's symathies lie, la that direction.
Between these two stoma tha Mulligan
statesman must inevitably be ground to
Since Carl Schurz's defection from the
Republicans the Utter' have found great
comfort in calling him a "crank," and in
endeavoring to belittle the effect of his
bolt. Yet be addressed in their own lan
guage as a mass meeting of 10,000 Germans
on Saturday night at Schlitz park, Mil
waukee, and there, were 5,000 clamoring
for admission who could not get in. His
riddling of Blaine was cheered to the echo.
11. i: i ..-i' Al .
i ne political ciouu ibm a month ago
seemed not larger than a man's hand in the
norttwest bids fair to destroy the Republi
can party. Turn the rascals out!
The c iunty commissioners of Cook coun
ty, in compliance with the report submit
ted by Chairman Oberly of the Democratic
state central committee, will fix additional
polling places for the accommodation nf
voters at the coming election, the number
of votis to eich place to be five hundred.
STAGES or TBE KIVER.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:13 p. m. yesterday, 8 feet 0
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 3 inches.
Chattanooga, Sept. 13. River 2 feet 6
inches and rising. ' 1 ' '
Cincinnati, Sept. 13. River 8 feet 7
inches and falling.
Louisville, Sept. 13. River 3 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Sept. 13. River 1 ft 10 indi
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Sept. 13. River 1 foot 5 in
ch and falling.
8t Louis, Sept. 13. River 0 ft 61 inch-
as aud falling.
Capt. Hill will have another driver here
The J. A. Woodson will Dasa here to-dav
The Port Eads left here yesterday morn
ing with a big tow.
The colored base ball blub, from Padu-
cah play here to-day.
The City of Providence, from St. Louia is
due to-night for Vicksburg.
The Commonwealth, from Vicksburg,
passed up for St. Iuis last night.
The Hudson, from Paducali, passed up to
St. Louis last night. She bad a fair trip.
The mouth of the Cumberland river is
being dredged for the benefit of navigation
in low water.
The City of St. Louis, from the future
for New Orleans, left here at 4 p. in., draw
ing 8 feet. She had all she could carry on
Capt. J. D. Moore, one of the most popu
lar commanders that ever left Cincinnati
for the lower Ohi'i nr'Missiseippi, arrived
here yesterday on tbe Hudson. He is a
guest of Mr. Parker at the Halliday.
The daughter of Mr. James It. Hatcher,
of Clair View, Inverell, N. 8. W., Austra
lia, was for months unable to speak. Her
case was given up by the physicians, and
her father writes that one application of St.
Jacobs Oil, the great pain cure, restored
Summary T Meteorological Kecerd of
Yesterday Artarnnon for this
i, 1884. )
Washington, Septewbr 12,
Sky generally clear. Barometer above
30. Light rain at Omaha. Thermometer
between GO and 93.
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below :
71- -6 A.M.
74- -12 M.
81- -6 P.M.
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