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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
(rF- !kli,veuv wn aw dose.
VJI 6:.Hp.m.; bunday: 8 to tt a. m.
Money Order Department ujien at 8 a. m. : closet
at ft u. in.
Through Express Mulltt via Illinois Ceutral and
mssissippi i.cMiirai imilroails cIohh at p. m.
Cairo ami Poplar Jtluff TUrouifh and Way Mall
ClOSU at W.M a. in. ,
Way .Mull via Illinois Central. f'lrn n,l Vln.
renne and Mlss.salppl Central Railroads close at
v .i j. ni .
Way Mull for Narrow Ouuu Railroad closes at
Cairo and Evansvllle. River Routo closes at 6:30
p. m. uauy (except Friday).
It. U. TIME CARD AT CAIEO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. It.
THAIS ARUIVK. TRAIN DKPAIIT
i'1' 4:0S a.m. I Wall JtMOa.m.
fc'P'eis :() p.m. Express :UOp.m.
CAIItO & VINCKNNKS 11. It
s'ail 1(1:00 p.m. Mall ':i.ja.m.
CAIRO & HT. LOUIS 1!. I!.
Epn 5:ir( p.m. I Express 10:00 a.m.
Acconrdailoii.Uts', plu. Accora'datlou. 8:13 p.m.
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS ANI) NEW ORLEANS R.U
EM'"''1" U-.Wa.m. I Express S:0ip.iii.
Mail lUilJOp.m. I Mali .S.UOa.lu.
C. A.4T. RAILROAD'
Texas rpress.. 8:40 a.m. ITexas express. ,2:15p.m.
Mayor-N. II. TtiistlcHoud
Treasurer Edward Dezouia.
t'lerk Dennis. J, K0I.7.
Counselor-Wm. 1. Gilbert.
MarhalC. 1). Arter.
Police Maglntrato J. i. Ulrd.
WiAltll or ALDEIIXRS.
First Ward-Win. O'Callahan. M.J. Ilowlev.
Second Ward-Kavid T. Liucgar, C. K. Wood
fcrd. Third Ward-W. P. WrizM. E chert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patler. vacancy.
Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday, Ernest B Pettlt.
Circuit Judee-O. A. Harker.
Circuit CliTk-J. A. Reaves.
County J udirv H. 8. Yotum.
County Clerk 8. J. liumm.
County Attorney W. C. Mulkejr.
County Treasurer A. J. Aldcn.
Sheriff -John Hodges.
Coroner R. FitzzeraiC.
Couuty Commisloiiers T, W. Hallidav, M. V
Brown. Samuel itrller.
VPRICAN M. E. Fourtwnth street. Iitwn
Waluutand Cedar streets ; services Sabbath U
a. tn. aud 7:30 p. m.; tsuuday School 1:30 p. m.
CHRISTIAN-Elhteenth street: raeetm? Sab
bath li): Wp. m.; preaching ocraionai!y.
(uTKCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
J Fourteenth street; Morning prayer (Sabbath)
10:30 a. in. : evening prayers.?::) p. m.; Sabbath
echool t a. tn. Rey. .St. J. I)lllon-Le. Hector.
JIKST MISSIONAKV BAPTIST CHURCH.
Preachiniat llt:. a. tn.,S p. m., and 7:30 p. tn.
fcibbath school at ": p. m. Kev. T. J. Short,
ICTnERAN-Thlrti-onth street; services Sab
j bath 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. tn.; suuday ichool a
m. Rev. Lluerschncr, uastor.
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath Iu:30 a. tn. and 7 p.m.;
p aver meeting, Wednesday 7:.W p. tn.; Sunday
School. 3 p. m. Iter. A. P. Morrison, pastor.
1KESBYTERIAN Elcbth street; preaching on
1 Sabbath at ll:K) a. m. and 7::)p. m ; pravi-r
meeting Wfdnpdaf at 7:Hiip. m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. Ii. V. liforKv, pastor.
CECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Flfteei.th
O mrert. bvtwt-ea Walnut and Udar mrecu; ivt
vice fubljath at i aud 7:') p. m.
ST. JOSEPirS-Oiomun Catbollr Corrnr Cron
and Walnut tiret: irvlre hibath 10:)a.
m.; snnday .School at i p. in.; Vfpir 3 p. iu.; er
vlcea every day at 1 p m.
CT. l'ATUH 'K'SR,)man Catholic) Corner Ninth
O ir'tt and Walilni;tiio avenue; erviie Sib
rath f and Hi a 111. ; Veper :t p. m ; Saudav School
8 p. in.; erviie every day at 3 p. m. Kev. f. Za!n.
QAIRO CITY FEUUYCO.
THKEE ;iibt2 STATES.
I-EAVS 1::a Vf LSAVH
Foot Fourths MIour! Land'?. Kentucky Ld'.
Sam. 6:H1 a. m. 9 a. m.
!u a. m. W-.io a. tn. 11 a.m.
J p.m. 2;' p.m. a p.m.
i p. m. 4;0i p. m. 5 p. m.
DYF.IXU A.N'D EEN0VATIXG.
youn OLD CLOTHES
CAN Bl BKAlTtrrU.T
UYKU OR HEPAIHED
At a Trifling Expense-C. 0. D.
JCHAS. SHELLEY, X0. 30 EIGHTH ST.
HP Ladiea and Gent' old hit mada new
.NEW GUX SHOP.
II. E- INCE,
STEW GU1Y SHOP,
ConiDiiTciuI Ave. Qaipogite Seventh at.
CAIItO, : : : ILLIXOW-
tans, Pistol. Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
I lIOKE BORING ON BREACH LOADING (il'N3
All work cimrantood natlnffictory. at cheaner rate
Liiucun be ebtutnud at any other place la the city.
WHOLESALE WIXES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Winos of all Kinds,
NO. 60 OHIO LEVEE.
Vf EHSRS. HMYTn A CO. hava
(il Htock of the bent good in th market and rivo
lpoclai ftttentlou to the wholewle branch tf tUo
SEV MEAT MAKKET.
Sifnof the RuSn'.o Head.
No SO. Ohio i
KOEHLEIt BROS., Proprietor,
A frill and complete' uip!y of the het of all
kind meat alway on baud. Order filled at auy
J ACOB WALTER,
IDcaler in Fresh Meat.
Hetweon Washington and Com-luorc-iul
Av., udjoiuiiiif Ituimys.
fEEPS for a!e the bet B-ef. Pork. Matton.Vea:,
J- Lamb. Sauai;e,Sc., aud I prepared toterve
fiimllie in an acceptable manner.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Vholeile Dealer in. Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
FLOl'K. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Ca.h Price Paid for Wheat.
MITIAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITPTE FOR LIFE ISSl'R
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society',
Onr.tnlzert July Hth, 1877, Under the Lawaot
tue State of Illlnol. CopyrlgbU-d July
!, 1877, uudiT Actof Coni;re8.
WILLIAM 8TRATTON, rnBsiDKvr.
Mil. P. A. TAYLOR, - Vie Prksidint.
J. A. GOLDSTINE. - - Tiiai!hb.
I)r .T.J GORDON, . Mu.Advwob.
THOMAS LEWIS, . Skckktabt.
BOARD Of MANA0ER8:
J. J. GORDON. PhVHlclan Cairo. 111.
Mr. P. A. TAYLOR, Superluteudent of
School, Alexander County " "
Mr. E. C. KOKI). Variety liraekut Stum. "
J. A. OOLDST1NE. of Goblctlne ARo-
aenwater, hleule aud Retail Dealer
In Staple and Knncy Dry Hooil "
N. B. TlllTLEV6oD. of Hlnkle &
Tliitlew(iod. ComiulHMlnu Mervhuut.
Cotton and Tobacco Factor " "
S. 1). AVERS, of Ayera & Co,, Co'iiimla-
alon Merrlmut i,
TUOMAS LEWIS, Inmrauce 'Manager
and Attorney at Law " .
W.M. STHATToN.of Utrutlou A Bird.
CEO. M, AI.DEN, CommlHlun Mer
chant, 7S Ohio Levee '
JAS. S. REARDEN. ASeiit MIlHlpp
HARRISON UOL'l'T, Watchmaker and
CHAH. R. STUART, Whnliulu and Re
tall Dry Good and Notion
EDWAR) A. UVDKR, .Munururtiirtnit
Jeweler mid WholcKRle Dealer iu
Wiitchinakcra' Twila and Material,... "
EDWIN R. EGSEW, Proprietor Ht,
Chnrle Hotel u
HAifEN LEI01ITON,Coinmllun Mer-
ehnnt h .i it
Dr. EDWARD K, ROE. I'. S. Marbal
8outhrn DWrle.t lllluol SprlnirfleUl, III,
Mr. . A, AVERS Villa RwW,
Dr. R. 8. BRIOIIAM, Physician.. Indlannpollii, lad
,IAS. M. GELATT. Real Ktat
Aient Keokuk, low.
Rev. DAVID 0. WELLS. MethodUt
Mltilter Grand Junction, Tenn.
i. R. UlfLLEV.SkKliam .....Ucrldau.Miaa.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY
Jkk HInkle, N. B. TiiiKTLrwtKiu, J. H, MooitK
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
No. 155 aud l7 Commercial Awmie.
e ah to, ii. iu
ry"Lllii'rnl Advancement made on Consign
ment of Tobacce, Flour, aud Oraiu.
HT"AC' lit for Gear. Scott & Co. threfhlne ina
chlne. portable aw mill and threHliinn engine
Ajtuiil forChampioa barvenluj; maclilue, mower
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter axd Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Wa'hlni'tou and Waluul.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by fire
or otherwise made on short notice.
LL work lutruted to him will receive prompt
attention, and will be executed iu a atifattory
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Aveuue and Eighth Street,
P. BROSS. Preiiident.
P. NEEF. Vice Pre;icut.
H. WELLS. Canhier.
T. J. KERTU. Altant Caahler.
P. Bros. Cairo:
Peter Neff. Cairo;
C, M. Oaterloh,
E. Buder, Cairo;
William Klaps, Cairo;
William Woif. Cairo;
R. L KilliDfaley. St. Loula;
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
AGENER.L BANKINO BUSINESS DONE. Ex
chance cold and bought. Intetvat paid iu the
saving Department. Collection made aud all
bulne promptly attended to.
JNTERPRISE SAYINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31. 136.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on depoit. March lt and Sep.
t' inix r lxt. lLte.-et not withdraw n i added im
uieiliateiy tu the principal of the depo.il. thereby
ttiviug them compound interet.
tvT Cliildren and niarrlcd woiuen may deposit
inotiev and no one else ran draw it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tkeascrep,.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
CAPITAL, 8 100.000
W. P. ITALLIDAY. Pre!,lt:t.
H L. HAI.I.IDAY, Vlce-Preid.T.t.
WALTER HYsLuP, Cahar.
. TAATS TATI.On, W. P. lUU.lDAr.
IIESUV L. HAt.LIll7. R. It. l'l'!MN-IIAM,
U. U. WU.LIAJHU.N, TKI'IIBS UlltU,
n. n. c ASDSK,
Eschanse, Coin and United States Ponds
BOUillT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a genera! banltlnj bulnei
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, (
Corner Eighth street
SADLKRY AND HARNESS,
gADDLERY AND HARNESS 8II01.
JAMES M. KINNKAlt,
In tlio old Lttilwlir 4 Ueerwurt Btainl, neitr the
Anil) l'.nirliie Houe.
H prepared to do all kind of work In Ul line.
'!!'''l'ly. expeillrloiMy.andlua thorough work
- ninnntT. iu luvite patronage aud Runr
MWac.tlou lu viery particular.
MORNING, MAY 2, 1879.
THE VERY BEST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
XEWTOK, N. II.
Mil. R. II Stkvks:-
klnjof M.dlelne, Vegetlne. When I began to
. .i fe "! tHu ','B', "'" wl,n ,ll:h nrked ben
efl,i ?.y....!''ulJ" ll'"u-'li( It wa a ulniulaiit effect,
und would mmii ubld. KuviiiK me a bud a be
low. 1 IlU'KlitK that come of tlioo who read the
Jf!. mH ""' ' Wr0, Bt tU' ll",P- Ul,Kl''
the fame. 1 nrt once more to utlfy them on that
iiMt!ii ruri'ii iit i ..it..
nan n nh niv . .. . -.... i .
routined to tlio l.d fnr,.i,-l,t .......n,. ,7
- 'n ur ii iiiiiii rmnii ia utwi in... Ud
todle i by eirtt doctor. ome of l,e mU .kilt
Si 1 i,.. i." i S!,e- They aid 1 hud uveral
dleai i. iiif Iuulng consumption, heart llcau, and
jewra l others, equally fatal, unci nuixt die. But
egetiue. taken at a lat reort, brought me through
and t that I owe my life. Since mv health begun
to improve. I have made a atudy of dUeaau, and flud
the caue of my yiiiulnm to have been l)ypepla
orluillgesilon. uml I alao Hud that live ca.e of
(lii'ae In ever) lx, are effect of tho Mine cause.
i. neii iue iiioa m not. properly aigeteil In the atom
acli. It become a poleouona, pulrid ma, which 1
abHorbed Into the blood, and by that I couveved to
all parr of ti.enjU'iu.cauiliigyniptom of dleae
In any oral! of the ormnof tho horiv- ami If hU
cause ih noi removea, tneso symptom become, lu
time organic dlseaMc. I have iriven Vem-Miifi a
thorough test In mv own ca, and also In that of
manvoi my acquaintance, and flud it lobe the
,,i:r., ijii-iueiuee.oiui ior uvt.pepia or inuiges
Jion. one of the symptom ol which I usually the
belief that you have some organic (linear. Iain
well known lu the town of (ioflVtown. Weare, and
Newton, or thl state (N. II ), and can furnish an
iindeuliible corroboration of all these statement,
I will w illingly answer any letter of Inquiry lu re
gard to my own case, or theue of Vegetlne.
Your truly. A J Itl'RllECK.
If EuETiNi I taken remilarlv. 'according to di
rection, a certain and peedy cure of Dyspepsia
nut iuiiom 118 uce.
, PlIILADKLl-IIlA. PA.
Mk. H. R. Steves:
Dear Slr.-For the last fifteeu vear. during the
month of May and June. I have been allllctedwith
what the doctor called Asthms. It wa very di-
ircni-me. reiioenng uie miserai.ie. so mat I dreaded
us coming on. i was recommended to use Yege
tle. I took two bottles before I expetced the at
tsclt. ana was entirely relieved. I feel grateful to
vegeuuo. JNO. T. KALINOKH,
EOEmphat restored thousands to health who
niu ocen tons aim paintui sufTerers.
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
H. R. Steve:
My mother has used your valuable medlcine'-Veg-etlne."
for Tetter and Eruption of the skin, and
u louua great renei oy tue use or It. I can rcc
ommeod it for such complaints.
R. A. BLACKWELL.
Dec. 20, 18TT. I'nlontuwn. Luiou Co., Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In thlscondition of the skin, the Veoetisk is the
great remedy, as it act directly upon the blood
It cleanses and purities the blood, thereby cnusini
humor to disappear. By Internal treatment a
impolitic are thrown out. Vboitim clvu cood
circulation to the blood, relieving the Inflamed or
congested organism, restoring the health, givtuft a
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, 5IASS.
Veffetine is Sold By all Dniffuists,
iJirm . ai.n I I, " V lSK" ejjellUO allUOht tWO
. m i.?, f n 1 l'uJ:,vl" 'y former heiilth, und
'i IM I lUIHIIIU, VI'Hri
S S . . r
: iZ I i
5 i si
3 5 0
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Munufiicturer aud Denier In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
-Leather and Eindings
No. !) Commercial Ave.. Ilet. Fifth and Sixth Sis,
Keeps ronslnntlv on hand a lrge k'snrtment of
lient and Ludie Boot and Shoe of all style
and aire, and of the very bet of t. I.oul and
Cincinnati Hand made work; sold cheaper than
ever liciorc, ami cnuuncr Hum k eomla enn be
tallied 111 thl city.
Also, alw ays on hand a large slock of Leather nnd
Fludlngs ol all description, sola very close,
Jf EV YOHK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
ror. Nineteenth street and I
C. O. PATIEIl tSc CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, May 1,8:00 p. M.-Wliout
quiet Winter, 8s 10il!ls 2d; Spring,
7a Cd8s; California average, 8s M
9s Id; Califomia clul), Os ld9a 4d. Com
new 4s 5d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, May 1, 12:03 p.m.-Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, 1 00$1 02; No.
2 Milwaukee, 1 02; Ru.l Winter, $1 04
1 14; No. 2 Rod Winter, $1 13?
1 14; No. 2 Amber, 1 10H1 11. Corn
quiet Steamer, 43; No. 3, 42; No. 2,
CHICIGO GRAIN and produce.
Cuicaoo, May 1, 10 a. m. Pork -May,
19 43; June, $9 53. Corn May, 33;
J une, 33. Wheat-May, 91 ; June, 92f
Chicago, Jfay 1, 12:00 . Pork
June, $9 57f; July, 0 07. Corn-May,
33; June, 33. Wheat May, 91; June,
Chicago, May 1, 2:30 p. m. Wheat
June, 92,; Miy, 91. Corn May, 33
0335s'; June, 34u33. Pork-June,
$9 52; July, $9 629 03.
Special to the Times-Journal
WrA!mxuTON, April 30. The veto mes
sage lias been the subject under discussion
to-day to the exclusion of all other topics,
and while opinions very widely as to its
being a measure fraught with more good
than evil all agree iu saying that it is so
framed, that it leaves the Democarcy no
alternative save a square back down or a
continuance of the war on the original line.
That the latter course will prevail hardly
any one believes, although to listen to those
representatives who talk most and think
least one could almost believe that the par
ty are a unit '
AGAINST AST COMPROMISE
measure, The surface indications, how
ever, are plentiful, going to prove that
there is an under current at work, having
for its object the passage of the bills for
supplies, without handicapping them with
the repealing clauses. The strict injunc
tion ot the secresy, placed upon senators
and representatives relative to the proceed
ings in cnuctwto-dav, proved in itaolf that
the leaders of tho party fully appreciated
the gravity ot the situation, nnd are
the best method of extricating the party
from the predicament in which the president
has placed them. But whatever may lie de
cided upon, the plan of adjournin-? without
voting the appropriations will find no fa
vor with the strong men of tho party. Sev
eral of the leading men of both houses
have already said to leave the government
unprovided for for a single day was a res
pousibilily that they had no desire to share
view the situation with perfect indifference
seemingly forgetful of the fact that by
their votes, they contributed largely to
bring about the present state of aft' lira.
Notwithstanding tliey voted, with one ex
ception, for tho bill. They are now sing
ing praises to the veto, ami declare they
will help anybody who will suppoit them
in their efforts to increase tho capacity of
the money mills. They seem to regard tho
present complication of affairs ns something
that is likely to ensure to their advantage
aud so they lay back and say "on with
HOW THEY WILL VOTE
farther on iu the struggle no one save tlio
Lord knows. But they can be depended
upon with a reasonable degree of certainty
to do whatever they can to add to the
trouble now prevailing, no one doubt.
IN THE HOUSE CAUCUS
of tho Democrats it was decided, after a
good deal of discussion, to take up the bill
to-morrow, and vote on it without debnte,
after which a joint caucus will bo held to
letcrinine upon the course, to bo pursued
The Senato caucus agreed to defer action
on tho legislative appropriation bill until
after tho holding of the joint caucus.
reported a bill to-day from tho committee
on agriculture to prevent Importation of di
seased cattlo and tho spread of Infections
diseases among domestic cattle. The
preparations ot this bill has boen left by
the committee entirely to Colonel Hatch,
who has exorcised groatcaro and skill In
druwlngit, nnd if It is adopted by congress
as it doubtless will be, it well effectually
preclude the spread of fluro pneumonia
aud such other diseases as cattle are sub
SENATOR riXMDs IlILIi,
best known as the mileage, grab, passed tho
senate to-day. Tho bill provides $30,000
lor the senate aud 100,000 for tho houso
to pay extra tulleagf, and applies to all
icuutor and representatives without to
ference to the fact of their" having mado
NEW SERIES-NO. 2G7.
the trip to and from their respective places
of abode. It is regarded by somo as rath
er a genteel steal.
A bill authorizing tho secretary of tho
treasury to pay Captain Eads $300,000 now
due under tho provision of tho contract tor
jetty work, was passed by the house with-
out opposition. It authorizes the secretary
to apply any money in the treasury, not
otherwise appropriated, and obviates the
necessity of paying in bonds which are at a
premium, and to which Captain Eads would
be otherwise entitled under the terms of tlto
contract with the government.
Spring fif.i.d, Ills., April 30. Tho
special order this morning in the senato
wns Mr. Hardman's joint resolution pro
viding tliat a proposition be submitted to
the people at the general election in 18S0
whether the state normal yniversitie at
Normal and Carbondnle shall or shall not
bo continued as stare institutions.
Mr. Hamilton took tho floor and ad
dressed the senate in opposition to the
adoption of the resolution. He didn't
think the people desired to vote on the
proposition, from the fact that no petition
had been presented to the general assembly
praying tor the privilege. He gavo a very
full history connected with the location of
the normal school at Normal, and held
that, for a valuable consideration it had
there been located, with tho contract that
it should there forever stand, the glory of
tho state, against which ignorance and su
perstition should not prevail. The propo
sition was to ask tho people to do what the
general assembly was lacking in courage
to do by enactment. He thought the peo
ple of Illinois would he opposed to going,
back upon their contracts and solemn obli
gations made by delegated representatives
twenty years ago.
Mr. nerdman said that he had introduced
the resolution in the interest of economy.'
He held that the university at Normal iu
its inception was foisted upon the State
Mr. Hamilton presented a sulwtirute re
citing that, whereas the State Normal
schools were good ones and the pride of
the State, therefore they should be liberally
maintained, or words to that effect. The
substitute was defeated by a vote of: Yeas
12; nays, 23.
The question then recurred on the orig
inal resolution, which was adopted by a
vote of 81 to 13.
Mr. Herman at once offered a motion to
reconsider the vote by which tho resolution
was adopted. This move was made that
the Champaign Industrial University
might be included. The motion, however,
was laid on the table.
Senate bill 103, providing for the pro
tection of bauk depositors, was read a third
time. The bill provides that when depos
its shall be lost to the depositor, the bank,
broker or officer so receiving such deposit
shall bo deemed guilty of embezzlement,
nnd upon conviction thereof shall bo lined
in a sum double the amount embezzled and
and fraudulently taken, and may be im
prisoned in the state penitentiary not less
than one nor more than three years. The
bill was passed.
The Kuykendall fee and salary bill, 320,
was then read a third time.
Mr. Dement moved to refer the bill to
the judiciary committee.
This motion amused Mr. Kuykendall,
who earnestly protested against such a dis
position. r He was sure that nine-tenths of
tho people of tho state who paid taxes
wanted the bill to becomo a law.
Mr. Callon opposed tho reference, and
thought tho bill ought to pass.
The motion to refer was lost.
The bill was then put upon its passage
and was carried through by a vote of
30 to 6.
The senate closed its business by passing
its bill taxing telegraph companies 1 per
cent, on their gross receipts.
Tho house to-day Industriously read all
tho senato bills before it a second time, and
ordered them all but one to a third reading
House bill 187, appropriating $35,000 for
incidental expenses of tho Chester peniten
tiary up to July 1, 1879, was ordered to a
Tho houso passed its day by passing its
bills compelling railroad trains to stop at
county scats and changing tho name of the
Illinois Industrial university to tho Univer
sity of Illinois.
Wk believe it is tho style to effect con
tempt for things that are old. Not so, how
ever, with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, which
has stood the popular test of 84 years' use,
and is more thought of than ever beforo.
A Cam). To all who oro suffering from
tho errors and indiscretions of youth, nor-
vous w eakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c., I will send a recipe that will cure
you, FitKK or cuajuik. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary In South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to ,
the Rev. Joseph T. I.nman, Station D. New
York City. :
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