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THE JOINT DISCUSSIONS.
EON. F. E ALBRIGHT TO HON. J. B. THOMAS.
Caiko, III., Sept. 15, 1834.
Bon . John R. Thomas, Republican nominee for
Cong-ess 2uth 111. Dial., Ualllday House, Cairo,
Dear Sib Nine days ago I deliyered to
you personally at Cairo a letter requesting
you to meet tne that day, at any place you
miyht designate, and mutually arrange
the times and places for joint discussions
in the several counties composing this dis
trict. I waited in Cairo till 4 o'clock that
evening expecting to meet you. Mir letter
was plain in its terms, and its meaning
could not have been misunderstood. You
may hare mislaid my letter of Cth icsr.,
and for your convenience I herewith fur
nish you a copy, viz :
"Caio, 111., Sept. 6, 1884.
To Hon. John R Thomas, nominee of the Repub
lican party for Congressman of Twentieth uist..
The Ilailiday, Cairo, III. :
"Dear Sib: Believing that the voters
whose suffrages we are askine are entitled
to hear all important political 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 st any
place you may designate and mutually ar
range the times and places for such joint
"P. E. Albuic.iit,
"Dem. nominee for Congress, 20th Dist.
Instead of meeting me and mutually ar
ranging the times and places for jointly dis
cussing the ptrv.ng political issues, and
our respective official records, five days
after the date of ray letter, you, without
consultation with me or any committee of
my party, published in, the newspapers a
lilt of appointments, on the very days upon
which I had previously made appointments
to address the citizens of Jackson and
Randolph counties. You will certainly not
expect me to abandon those appointments.
But there is another mpst serious objection
to the appointments you have arbitrarily
made: they do not give sufficient notice.
I desire that our joint debate in each
county should bo in the presence and hear
ing of the largest possible number of the
people, including the farmers, as well as
the people of the cities and villages: the
the times you have (without consulting me)
fixed utterly preclude this.
You have advertised, by "Order of the
Committee," (what committee I do not
know exactly, none that I have connection
with) ajoint discussion with me at Mound
City to-morrow at 2 o'ctock p. n1 "of the
political issues." The notice is altogether
too short, besides, I desireaft.il notice to
be given the people that "our respective
official record)" will also be discussed.
The notice you have given without my
knowledge, wholly fails to mention that
there will be a discussion of our respective
official records, and your long absence from
the district and your life in the cities alone
prevents you from knowing that the notice
is too short for the good people of the coun-
Although I would have selected in some
counties different places for our joint de
bate, I will accede to your preferences, and
will be pleased to meet you in joint debate
to discuss the political issues, and our re
spective official records at the following
tiineB: Cairo, Wednesday, Oct. 1st, at 7
p. m.; Mound City, Thursday, 2ud, at 2 p.
m.: Metropolis, Friday, ilrd, at 2 p. m.
Oolconda, Saturday, 4tb, at 2 p, m.; Vien
na, Monday, Cth, at 2 p. m.; Jonesboro,
Tuesday, 7th, at 2 p. in.; Murphysboro,
Wednesday, 8th, at 2 p. m.; Marion, Thurs
day, Oth, at 2 p. in.; DuQuoin, Friday,
10th, at 7 p. m., and Sparta, Saturday,
11th, at 2 p. in.
I have mentioned the times that will
suit me, but, as is customary in alt politi
cal debates, the convenience of both dis
putants should be consulted. If the days
I have named do not meet with vour an-
proval, I am here In Cairo and will gladly
meet you at any place and time to-day you
may designate, and arrange other days to
suit your convenience provided always
that ample time be given for full notice to
We can also arrange the order of debate,
tne length and number of speeches, and
such other preliminarujs as are necessary
inn is my second invitation to you to
meet me personally. If it it not agreeable
for you to do so; we can refer the) settle
ment of times and places, order of debate,
etc., to the chairmen of our respective con
gressional committees, or to any two of our
political friends. I repeat again, I am
here in Cairo, and am anxious to meet you
and arrange preliminaries, fof joint debates
at the times I hare suggested or any other
times that will allow proper publication,
and which may be mutually convenient. In
justice to the voters 'of this' district for
whose benefit, this joint debate is desired,
the fullest possible notice should be given
so as to enable the people to be present and
hear. i; .'.
This will be handed to you by my friend,
Hon. D. T. Linegar, to whom you will
please deliver a reply.
Very Respectfully, .
i F. E. Albright,
Dem. Nora, for Ooog. 20th Dist.
THE JOINT DEBATE.
We are informed by . Hon. W, W. Barr,
of Carbondale, who is in the city to-day,
that Capt. Thomas told him on the 7th
inst. that the whole matter of times and
places of the joint debate was to be settled
by the two congressional committees. So
it seems that there ia no doubt the arbi
trary publication of appointments by
Capt. Thomas was a dodge' and an after
thought a dodge suggested , by Capt.
Thomas1 committee and ; attempted to be
carried out by him.
More than this: It was only last Thurs
day that Chairman C. R.Woodward, of the
congressional Republican central commit
tee, told us personally that he had called a
meeting of the committee, in this city, for
the 10th inst., which is to-day, for the pur
pose of deciding on the times and places
for the joint discussion between Messrs.
Albright aud Thomas. Chairman . Wood
ward was puzzled next morning to find
that Capt. Thomas had taken the work
which the committee bad been . called to
gether to perform, into his own hands and
thereby rendered a revocation or the call
As for Mr. Albright, be is still as anx
ious as ever to meet Capt. Thomas in joint
debate. Ue expected Capt. Thomas to
comply with the polite n quest contained
in the challenge, viz.:
i" ' ' and will be pleased to meet
you to-day at any place you may designate
and mutually arrange the times and places
for such joint discussions."
But as Capt. Thomas paid no attention
to the above request, Mr. Albright expected
that the times and places would be agreed
upon in the regular way, by persona acting
for both parties to the contest, in order that
the convenience of both might be consult
ed. Mr. Albright has ao business to re
cognize Capt. Thomas' arbitrary action, in
fixing the times and places without con
sulting with either of, the committees, as
authorative; and he is still waiting for the
twa committees to meet and do their duty
in the matter. It was Cupt. Thomas' duty
first to designate a place of meeting be
tween himself and Mr. Albright on the day
the challenge was handed him, to arrange
the times aud places. But having failed to
do this, it was his duty to permit the two
central committees to arrange this matter.
It appears that he saw this clearly at first,
and authorizad Chairman Woodward to
call the Republican committee together for
the purpose stated. What, then, made
him change his mind? The ouly answer
to this question! that suggests itself to us,
is, Capt. Thomas does not want to meet
Mr. Albiight, and neither do his friends.
He thought to avoid the meeting by having
the committees disagree, instead agree, as
to the times and places, but this plan be
ing anticipated by Tue Bulletin, and
thus rendered '-ungraceful," he concluded
to take the matter into his own hands and
fix times and places at which Mr. Albright
could not possibly be.prei-ent to meet him,
because of previous engagements.
mi i . -
i uoiuuH uas not acted uunly in
this matter; yet, not even smart, for the
trick is very transparent.
THE BOGUS JOINT DEBATE.
We publish below a letter to Mr. Al
bright from Hon. W.W. Barr, showing that
the arbitrary list of appointments made by
Captain Thomas was an afterthought, and
a trick to draw Mr. Albright from his pub
lished appointments. If Capt. Thomas
sent word to Mr. Albright that the two
congressional committees would fix the
times and places of the proposed joint de
bates, there is no possible eicuse for his
subsequent conduct in arbitrarely, himself,
fixing the times and places.
The letter of Mr. Barr speaks for itself,
as follows :
Cairo, Sept. 15, 1884.
Ilou. F. E. Albright:
Your inquiry has just been received and
in reply I will state:
That on the day after you gave your
challenge to Capt. Thomas for a joint dis
cussion, he me. me at the Ilailiday House
in Cairo and aeked me to deliver you a
letter accepting your challenge which I
agreed to do. In a conversation then ensu
ing, Capt. Thomas said that the fixing of
the times and places for the jstint discus
sions would be done by the chairmen of
the Republican and Democratic congress
ional committees. He also expressed a
preference that the debates in Randolph
and Perry counties should be held at Sparta
and DuQuoin. . Respy,
W. W. Barr.
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