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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1079.
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oulv Morning Daily iu Southern Illinois
largest Circulation oi nny Uuily in
Bout Viern. Illinois.
M..IJ. Ilarrell, Editor.
a complete; snoviNo ok what was done.
concluded fkom Tuesday's daily
For the relief of James Clift, late captain
tjth Tcnucssec cavalry.
For the relief of the Commercial bank,
of Knoxville, Tcnn.
For the relief of Catherine and Sophia
For tlw relief of Henry 51. Meade, late
paymaster of tno United States navy.
Thomas F. Alexander.Danial C. Putnam,
Wm. II. II, Baldwin, Lucinda- Dillahenty,
James 51. lleeber, J. Fraser,
li. M. Rillingsly, "William Gobson,
Win. II. Carman, 51. G. Ilarman,
Martin Clark, James A. Hill,
Joseph R. Collins, James I). Ilolman,
Burr S. Craft, Thomas J3. Hunt,
Jarvis Jacks n, Andrew Ivory,
William 51. Kendall, Eenjamin Sanders,
Leonard L. Lancaster, Thomas W. Segar,
V. II. JlcCorunuk, John A. Shaw,
Vim. A. Mann, ' P. V. Stanhope,
Peter 0. Mills, Elicnc.er "Walker,
Charles II. Mse,ly, Thomas A. "Walker,
Andrew Muekle, "Wm. F. Wheeler,
Alfred Muller, II. E. Wilkinson,
Isaiah Packard, Francis 0. Wyse.
An act making appropriations for the
payment ol invalid and other pensions for
tin1 year ending June t.O, 1880.
To provide that all pensions cm accotunt
of death or wounds received, or diseases
contracted in the service of the United
States during the late war of the rebellion,
which had been granted, or which' shall
hereafter be granted bhall commence from
the late of death or discharge from the
service of the United States; for the pay
ment of arrears of pensions and other pur
poses. 5Iakingappropriations for the payment of
the arrears of pensions granted by act of
congress approved January 25 189, and
lor other purposes.
Granting a pension to Mrs. Eliza Bayard
Anderson, widow of Gen. Robert Ander
son of the United States army.
Granting a pension to Catherine Brennan
widow of John Brennan, late a private in
company B. 58th Illinois volunteers.
Granting a pension to Henry Brown, late
& private in company C, 123d regement Illi
To place George "W. Browning on the
Granting a pension to Thomas Buroughs,
late a private in company G, 1st Vermont
To restore to tho pension roll the name of
Michael S. Cork
Granting a pension to Do Forist Doty, of
Tinirwuth, Vt., lato a private in company
B, Uth regular Vt., volunteer infantry.
Granting tin increase of pension to Mrs,
Eliza II. Frtuley.
Grauting.an increase of pension to Cather
ine II. Gallighcr, widow of Capt. John Gal
lagher, late of United States army.
Granting a pension to William II. Garret,
late private company B,5(Jlh regiment, Illi
nois infantry volunteers.
Granting a pension to Cathcrim lienimill
Grunting a pension to Andrew A. Good
ing, of Fentress county Tennessee.
Grunting a pension to Henry Grossman,
lato a private in company G, 151th regiment
Illinois infantry volunteers.
Granting an increase! of pension to Caro
Restoring tho name of Benjamin llol
Jingswortli to the pension roll.
Granting arrears of pensions toEtnilic R.
IIooc, widow of the late Brevet 5Inj. Alex
ander S. Hooo, 51st infantry, United States
Grantipg pension to James Mayhew,
late private in the 2Ud battery of Indiana
O run ting a pension to Hugh U. 5Iaki;i,
late a private of company A, 8th regiment
United States volunteers.
Granting a pension to Mrs. 5Iaria L.
Maxwell, widow of William C. Maxwell,
company I), 12th Ohio volunteers.
Granting a pension to Ahram E. Miller,
lato a lieutenautin company E of tho 184th
regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers.
Granting an increase of pension to
Jacob Ilarrott, of Hardin .county, Ohio.
Granting a pension to Georgo I). Phil
lips, a soldier of the war of 1812.
Granting an increase of pension to
Charles C. Smith.
Granting a pension to William W.
Stephenson,, captain of company II, 24th
regiment Indiana volunteers.
G ranting an increase of pension to Isa
bellc II. Silvey.
Granting a pension to Henrietto String
ham, widow of Rear Admiral Silas II.
Granting a pension to Georgine Thomas,
widow of Gen. Charles Tliomas, deceased.
Granting an increase of pension to
Josephine D. C. Thomas.
Granting an increase of pension to
James B. Trcadwcll, major of tho 85th
regiment Pennsylvania volunteers.
Granting a pension to Miles L. Reed, of
Granting a pension to James Reilly, late
private in company D, 41st regiment
United States infantry.
Granting a pension to William Reynolds,
late a private in company G, 13th regiment
To increase the pension of Mrs. Eliza
beth S. Roberts.
To authorize the secretary of the in
terior to place upon the pension-roll the
name of John Ward, late sergeant of
company B, 2d regiment "West Virginia
Granting a pension to Julia "Watkins,
widow of Thomas II. "Watkins, late captain
company B, Purnell legion, Maryland.
Granting a pension to Sarah E. Webb
and minor children.
Granting a pension to Peter Yarnell, late
a private in company D, 12th West Vir
Also, acts granting pensions to the fol
lowing named persons:
Samuel V. Adams, 5Iorris Dwight,
5Iary A. Allen, A. G.Ege,'
Amos Angle, John Ltzell,
Wm. II. Barley, 5Iary Frazee,
E. R. Bachelder, Sirs. Rosa Gale,
Mrs. N. Betirehards, John Gavin,
5IcNcil Benhatn, II. Louise Gates,
Sirah II. Bradford, Juhn Grubbins
Catherine Brennan, John Haley,
Wm. IL Browne, Hannah Hallatn,
Geo. w! Browning, 5!arv G. Harris,
James Buchanan, 5Irs. S. A. Harrison,
Wm. II. II. Bugg, Hiram Howard,
Ward B. Curacy, Susan Humes,
Anna 51. Clepenger, Josiah Kellogg'
James II. Cook, Joanna Kuluman,
Helen Crabbe, Anna C. Lanmau,
Mary B. Cross, C. Le Roy,
.Tames C. Daggett, Wm. Liebig,
Wm. Denene, John 51clntrc
Ellen Davis, Mary E. 5IcKeevcr,
Richard Middlcton, John 5IcNulta,
Daniel Jliddough, li. McDonald, '
Lydiu A. 5Iorris, Anna W.Steele,
Andrew Robinson, E. Tcegurden,
Alice B. 5Iunroe, Phillip Thoen,
5Iarv E. Parker, A. S. Tiiton,
Mary V- Pauley, .Nathan Udell,
F. (;. Potter, L..Neber,
C. N. Pratt, H.YMin,
S. B. Robertson, Jiwph Ward.
E. A. Semplc John Williams,
C. Spradlin, N. A. Winters,
Mis. Jane Dullaney.
ACTS UKMOVIXti POLITICAL DlSAWLlTIKS.
Acts removing political disabilities of
the follow named persons were passed:
James Chestnut, ot South Carolina.
S. W. Ferguson, of 5Iississippi.
C. II. Kennedy, of Virginia.
Henry II. Lewis, of Baltimore.
I). W. Nash, of Virginia.
C. 15. Oliver.
R. L. Page, of Virginia.
John D. Simms, of Virginia.
AV. B. Sinclair, of Virginia.
E. T. Spottswood, of Virginia.
Henry G. Thomas, of Virginia.
I. R. Trimbell, of Baltimore county, 5Id.
John F. Tucker, of the district of Colum
bia. Asa Wall.
William T. Welcker, of California.
C. II. Williamson, of New York.
W. E. Wysham, of .Maryland.
ACTN HELAT1 NO TO .MONUMENTS.
An act authorizing the donation of twen
ty condemned bronze cannon to aid in tho
erection of a monument, to the memory of
Gen, George A, Custer, at tho military
academy at West Point.
Donating condemned cannon and cannon
bulls to the Colchester Jlonument associa
tion of Colchester, Conn., for Monumental
Donating condemned cannon and cannon
balls to Ledyurd 51onument association of
Ledyard, Conn., for Monumental purposes.
Donating condemned conuon to the city
of Boston for Monumental purposes.
Donating cendemned cannon and cannon
bulls to post, No, 145, Grand Army ot the
Republic, district of 5Iassachiisctts.
Donating four condemned cannon to the
town of Sultou, iu the state of Massachu
setts. Donating condemned camion to Bayard,
post fur purposuB therein mentioned.
Donating condemned ennmm and six
teen cannon balls to "5Iononga!iela Ccmo
tery," to be placed in a lot held as a free
burial ground for ex-soldiers, sudors and
marines and for other purposes,
MISC KLLAN KOCH ACTS.
Ail act extending tho limits of the port of
To relieve certain legal disabilities of
To amend tho laws relating to internal
Relating to tax sales in tho District of
Authorizing tho Widham National Bank
to chang its locution.
To fix tho pay of letter-carriers.
To amend section 2.403 of the revised
statutes r,f tho United States, in relation to
deposite for surveys.
To add in the protection of public, build
ings and property against loss and damage
Declaratory of the the law relating to
decent and inheritance in the District of
Columbia and other cases.
To provide for the settlement of tax-lien
certificates erroneously issued by the late
authorities of tho District of Columbia.
To amend section 23 of the act approved
June 22, 1874, entitled. "An act to titueud
customs-revenue laws and to repeal mole
ties. Relating to the Cumberland road in the
state of Ohio, and to authorize the same to
become a free road.
Relating to the national road iu the state
of Maryland, aud to give consent to the
United States to a certain act of the general
assembly of 5Iarylaud in relation to said
To promote a knowledge of team-engineering
and iron ship-building among the
students ot scientific schools or colleges in
the United States.
Authorizing the chancellor of the Smith
sonian institution to appoint an acting sec
retary in certain cases.
To amend section 3,835 of tho revised
statutes of the United States relating to de.
ficiency in postmaster accounts.
To amend section 5,497 of the revised
statutes relating to embezzlement by officers
of the United Stntes.
Authorising the secretary of war to erect
headstones over the graves of union soldiers
who have been interred in private, village or
To provide for taking testimony to be
used before congress in cases of private
claims against the United States.
For the payment, to the officers and sol
diers of the Mexican war, of the three
months extra pay provided for by the act of
July 19, 1848.
For the protection of dairymen, and to
prevent deception in sales of butter and
cheese in the District of Columbia.
To provide for the adjustment and settle
ment of certain internal revenue taxes erro
neously assessed and collected from the
Cumberland Valley railroad company.
To provide for the engraving and print
ing of portraits to accompany memorial
addresses on the late Representatives Quinu,
Welch, Williams, Douglas, Hartridgc and
. To amend section 093 of the revised stat
utes of the United States for the District of
Columbia so as to make the 22nd of Feb
ruary a holiday within said District.
To disapprove and annul an net of the
legislative assembly of the territory of New
5Iexico parsed on the 18t!i of Januay, 188,
by a two-thirds vote of both houst s over
the veto of the govenor of the territory.
To authorize the secretary of the treasury
to fxamine th.t evidence of payments made
by tin; state of .Missouri, since A :ii 17th
18(ii'l, to the ollicrs and priv.ii; -; c.f the
militia forces of said state for military sec
vices actually performed in tin: suppr: . -iu
ot the rebellion, in full concert i.nd co-opi r
ation with tho authorities of the United
States, and subject to their orders, and to
make report thereof to congress.
Giving the consent of congress to an
agreement of compact entered into between
the states of Virginia andMaryhir.il respect
ing the boundary between said stales.
For the allowance of certain claims re
ported by tho accounting ollicers of the
Unitod States treasury department, and for
To prevent the introduction of infectious
or coutageous diseases into the United
States, and to establish a national board of
An net granting American registry to the
Canadian steam ferry-boat Geneva,
An act to provide for taking tho tenth
and subsequent censuses.
An act for the removal of tho political
disabilities of John Mcintosh Kell, ot
An act to establish post-routes.
An net to promote the education of the
The healthy growth ot the baby is de
pendent upon its freedom from the pernic
ious effects of opium. Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup is the best remedy known for the
disease of early childhood.
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