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DAILY. CAIRO B ELLETI
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10, 1882.'
Circuit .JudiMl. J. Hnlii-r.
Circuit ClerkA. I"'"- ,
f.mniy J udiPf-, ..V"'
SmiX-T. W. Halliday. J- A
Ulbb aud Peter faap. ,
M lynr N B Thistlewood
Treasurer -T Kerin.
(,'luik-Uinum. J, Kolev.
Mm.'ial I- H. Meyer..
Aiturney WiIIIhiu Mrud-lcv.
. UK Of 4UKJtH.
W.rd-T. W. iUlllHV. Kn.e.t B. Fsttll.
IngTnursday.T. Jop. ( K;J:Ji ja-tor.
miCHClI OF TUK KDBEMBR-(Bpp')
. ii. u.oi . m H'jniUf ifhoiM a.m.,
,"t Vh.ionauy baitot cursca-
1'k.Uir q .
1r rnPKAN-ThlrtocMh trt; senrke pi'
r F.TIIoDlST-Cor. and Walnut .ir-eU,
M Prr.r.blmr H.M..th n:). m. wdTJ P-.
hm.dsy cUoil t V- ' Al
. wrHYTKMAN-Ele,htb street; preach.cg on
St I p m. Kt B.Y.ieor.-. pastor.
OT. JOSKriI -tKomn Catholic, CM
b and Walnut streets: wrviw. babbatb 10 .W .
nee every dy at H a. m. Ilev. O lUra, i ncn.
ST PATKI'.'K" (R"nio Catholic) Corner Ninth
sath H sud 10 .. in. ; Vi-per. 3 p. il. j H wdj -Hcbw
p. m,.ervicr orry d-iy i S o. M.U.ntti
K, K.TtMECAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS UKNTRAl. K. H.
tKii rt-M 4: pro I AccundaiUin...5 p m
. ..in t.ninii
, tkijir.-"" U ;:' m
(Nsrrow Gaac )
I Kkur S: 0 P m
c itT I. U H
nxprt'.'. ':; t.m
Accotn UdUiiu. i :J p.""
I tAccom'd.tlou ll:a.m
WAKVSll KT.LOI IS PACIFIC K'YCO.
Mil . .".. vm 'Wail Ex.... :W P m
Daily I'acopl Sunday, t Daily.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest. Route.
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Running
o DAILY TRAINS
Making Dirkct Connkotion
Arrlvina In St. Loul. 9:4S a.m. ; ClilcaKo.;:i p.m. ;
CounectinK at Udlu and KffluRham fur r.iicn
nai", Loni.vlllo. Indlaiiapolii and point" KbM.
11:10 n.ni. St. liouiw utul W'tfiri
ArrlvlnKln8t.LoulM)5p. m., an.l contictlnB
for all pointa Went.
4:!iO p.m. Knot Kxire.
orHt. Lonis Mid Ohlcatfo. arriving at t. Uil
10:40 p.m., and Cblcaeo 7: a m.
p.m. Cincinnati KxproBS.
Arrivlnc at CtndnnMl 7:( a.m.; .omvillo
an" lndl.napoll. 4 a.m 1'aMenr. l-v
tJ. train riact tlio almvn point, lii to 30
UUUIW in advatico of any other routo.
rfr-Th4:an p. m. expn'M hai PULLMAN
hhKKl'INll OAK Cairo to IMnclnnat , with wit
chMiKa,ana throiiRh lopora to 81. Lonl aua
T.''.' 'Plmn Tf!riaf.
xassencrs pnmu. wmimit ny diuy
canned hy Hunday Intorwuinir. The Saturday aft it
noon train from Cairo arrlvet In new Yo'lc Monday
nornlu((atlo:!is. TUIrty-alx hour In advanceof
ny other routo.
r-Korthrnnirh ticket hnd rurthor informntlon,
amilv at IUinoln Central Italtroad D.pol, t'nlro.
VAb. J0UN8ON. J.1I.JONB. ,
(Jim . Southtirn Ancnt. Tic Hot AK'itit.
, i. II. HANHON.Uoo. I'M. Aircnt. ciilr.auo
EOUQEH. LEACH, M.D.
Physician and Burgoon,
flURclal ilttt'utlnn natd to tho nomoonatlilc tfat
muutiif xurKlcldlaoa.ui.auddiiioa.ba of women
Office: Ou 14th strout, oppoilto tho Post Ofiloo,
QR. W. 0. JOCFLYN,
, OKFICK-ElKhth Btrent, nottrComoprcla! Awmo
iQIt. K. W. WI1ITL0CK,
Dental Surgeon. '
Omas No. 138 Commercial Ayeuna, butwean
.mm a I
. ! Bl INIK! .
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. HUOtjS, I'rK.ldont. I P. NKKK. Vlf.oPrea'nt
II. WtU,S, Caoiih r. ' I T. J. Ki-rtli, Aa.'t cacti
F". rtron .Ciilro I William Kmao. .Cairo
i'ti.-r Ni;ff. ..-s k " I Wllli.im Wolf.... "
('. M Htrluli " O. (I I'atlrr "
K.A.liudur " ll. Well.
J. Y. (,'li;mou, Caledonia.
A JENEIUL BANKING HL'SISBHS DONK.
Bxchanse fold and 1xiiuht. Interurt paid In
tlio SavluiM Dep. rtinuut Collection, made and
all hu.luu.s prumptl attundud w.
Summer Wood and Kindling
cottatlj on nana
At Seventy-live centa jter load.
At one dollar per load.
Tin1 "rtmmlnff"re coar thavlDf and nake
the lie.t inminur wood for cooking tiaruope a. well
. .... i i j ... i : xr vi . l
. lfie cuapepi evr jiu iu t airii. r or uiaca
lnlth'. un)tnntln tire, thry aro aoeqtiaJled
Lrav.voor cider, at the 'frith .rfit wood yard
(MIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IllI STATES.
fin md after MondaT. Jnne 7th, and nnttl lurther
notice the fenyhoat will make trtpa aa follows:
Maria LiAVia i.xarn
Poot Fourth at. MiMonrl Land R. RcntnrkyLdj.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
3:00 p. m.
H:Vi a. m.
10:.W a. m.
2:30 p. m.
t a. m.
3 p. m.
CAIRO AND NKW MADRID PACKKT.
TO NEW MAD11II).
STEAMER . SILVERTIIORN.
W..T. TURNER. Maater.
LBM. UILL, Clork.
Leave Cairo for New Madrid and way point
every Tneaday, Thurndnv iiiid Huturday at 2 p, m.
HeturnltiB lcavr New Madrid Wedne.riay, Fnduy,
and Monday at 7a.m.
Kor TrelKht or puKsarrf apply to
JAMBS IlKiOS, Acent.
A Now Ntid fompieto Hotel, fronting on Leveo
Hecoud aud Railroad Htreuta,
Tb PnMonner D"Pot of tho Chlcano, St. Lotil
nn'' .4owOrleni llllnol Central; Walmh, Hi.
I.nnlf and I'aclflc; Iron Mountain and Soulburn,
Mobile and Ohloi Cairn and St. Lout Katiway
are nil Just neron tho troet ; while the Steamboat
LandltiK I" but ono .iinaro dl.tant.
Thl Ilotul i la healed by rtuam, lis. He am
Laundry. Hydraulic Klevator, .Klertrle Call Hell.
Automatic Klro-Aliirnia, llath. aholutely pure air,
portoet werao and tomplete appointment,
Suparb furniahlni;'! perfect ervlce; and an nn.
U. p. FAUKRK A; aO.Jiawnn
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
. IK TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOW) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PA.TIKK Sc CO..
Cor,Ninutntbtreet PoitA Til
Commercial A venoe I tAUU. HI.
. 8TOVKS AND TIXWAUK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES'
Manufacturer ot and Denier in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDB OK JOB WOKK DONS TO ORDER,
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
yM. M. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 52 Tcarl Street, - NEW YoRK.
Onr Liquid Paints are ready for Immediate uceon
opetiitiK the packaze. no oil, spirit of tnrpeutino
or dryc-r being required,
1'nnty. We guarantee their abolite purity and
their freedom Irom baryte, clay, alkali, water,
benzine, .oap and other article, which are ueed to
adulterate liquid waiut. .
Coverlnu Capacity. They weiph fifteen to six
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover better
and more rurfaeeihan any chemical paint tr those
contalulnft barj te.or clay, as these add weight
Permanency of Color Orvat care ha. been taken
In selecting colors for timing, and we nso only p r
manent colors, consequently oar tints do not fade.
Convenience. Any one who can uec a paint
brush can apply these paints, and boinir. ready for
us, tbre is no waste or exce of material, as is
the case often when lead, oil and turpentine bave
to re pnrch.sed- The colors can always be exactly
matched and there is B' necessity of havine two or
three shades on the same building, as is often the
cae wh'-n tints aie madnexperinienially.
Our Pure Liquid Paints are put tip In small cans
from 1 to 5 lbs., and also hy (he galion, in packages
from cans of . 1, 2, S and 5 gall.., to kegs of 10, 15
and 25 galls., and bhls. of 45 galls.
Sample 'isvri.an'l Vce List mailed to any ad.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND IIAY
Hitrhost Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
IJUIK CITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Culro. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. 1$ 100.000
A (Jeneral Banking' bnsincss
TIIOS. AV. IIAlil.I3JAV.
JNTERI'HISE 8AV1NU BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. AV. IIALIJDAY,
PROPRIETOR OP BPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOA D OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loadu a Special tv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
Mural Fruit Flam
Prepared from the choicest
Fruits, without coloring, poison
ous oils, acids, or artificial
Essences. Ahtvnj uniform hi
strength, without fin if adultera
tions ortmniiritifs. Have gained
their reputation from their per
fect puriti, superior strength
and quality. Admitted by all
"vho have used them as the most
delicate, grateful and natural
liar or for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Makers of Lupulin Yeast Gems,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. Price'a Unique Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
jAX r AYERS.
1 will be at the following named Dlace for tlio
purpose of jllecting the revenne of Alexander
coiiiuy, Illinois lor the year A. U. ICHl, when I
hope to meet all Tax Payers ready to make a settle
ment of their taxes, and more esoecialiv the ner-
sonal tux, which must he paid at once.
At tlie store house ot M. J. Hhoehan In rieech
Ridge Precinct, on Tuesday, Feb. Mth A. l. ixnj,
At the store house of B. P. Curtis in the Town
of Hodges Park In Unity Precinct, Wednesday,
Feb. ISA. D. lw.
At the store house of Charles Merrill in the Town
Sand isky In Sandusky Pr.-cinct.ouThnrsday, Feb.
Villi A . II. l&S.
At the store house of Durham & StLedcrer in the
Town of Kleo in Klco Precinct, ou Friday,' Feb.
1 1 in A. V. TO!,
Atths.storehoaseof E.Culley & Co lnrear Creek
Preclnrt. on Monilay, Feh.aith A. D. lsrti-
At the store Douse of XL t. Kdmunson, in Eat
Cape Ulrardeaa Precinct, on Tuesday, Feb. iilst
A. D. m.
At the store house of B. F, Brown 4 Pro. in the
town of Thebes in Tbebe Precinct, on Wednesday,
Feb. SiudA. I). ltBJ. ,
At the sto.e house of A. II. Ireland in the town
ofSar.14 Fee., on Thnrsd-iy, Feb. '.:t,1 A. D. lSSJ.
At tht nore house of James II. Muleahy iu the
town of Commercial Point in (ioose Island Pre
cinct, on Friday, Feb. -Jl;b 1SAJ.
At the residence of Nicnolas Ilunsiker In Lake
Willgan Precinct, on Saturday, Feb. K."tli A. D.
At the store of Peter Saup, in first CairoV're
cinct, on Mondav, Feb. i7ib A. D. lHsi.
At the olllne of M. J. Uowlcy in second Cairo
Preclnrt, on Tuesday. Feb. SWth A. D itetl.
At the (tore of Fatrlik Fitzgerald on corner of
14th st. and Commercial nvcuuo In third Cairo
Precinct, on Wednesday, March 1st, A. I). n82.
At tho store of Ort Co., in fifth Cairo Precinct,
Thursday. March 2nd A. 0. IK!.
At the cmrt house in Fourth Cairo Treclnct, on
Thursday March 3d to 31st, A I), is!.
For the purposo above et forth, when, I liopo,
one aud ail will be ready with the nocesary
Change to settle with theldear people, c.
YourB truly JOHN HODGES,
Cairo, Ills., Feb-. 3d, 12. Sheriff and Coll'tor.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAM
CiucAoo, Feb. 15, 10 a. m.
Pork MareJi, $17,45; April, $17.05.
Corn May, 02c ; March, 50,c.
Chicago Feb. 15, 13 m.
Pork-February, $17.20; March, $17.20;
Wheat-March, $1.19 ; April, $1.20JU.
Corn-May 01 Jc.
Oats May, c; March, 30s'.
Chicago, Fob. 15, 3 p. m.
Pork April, $17.3537; March,
Wheat-March, $1.184'; April, l.lOjtf.
Corn March, 54?.fc; May, 00.
Oats March, 30Bc; May, 43c.
New Yoiik, Feb. 15, 12 m.
Wheat-No. 2 Chicago, $1.25t.87;
No. 2 R.W.$l.C3?.(;No. 2 Mil. $1,340
1.30; R. W. 1.303I).
Corn No. 2 07008 .
, Regular Meeting.. fc
- Cairo, IU, Feb'y 14th, 1883
Present His Honor Mayor Thistlewood
and Aldermen Blake, Halliday, Hughes,
Kimbrougb, Patior Tettit, and Swobo-
Absent Hinklo, Saup ond Wood 3.
, MINUTES. '
On motion of Alderman Hughes minutes
of last regular meeting was approved with
Ordinance providing for construcllon of
certain sidowalks laid over under the rules
at lust meeting was "read tho second timo.
Alderman Pottit moved to adopt or
dlnancoasrcu.il. Motion carried by the
following vote j y ; .
Ayes Make, Ilnlliday, riiigheu, Kim
brongh, Patiur, Pcttitaud Swoboda 7.
IIEP0IIT8 OK COMMITTEES.
The committee on claims to whom was
referred the following bills reported back
same recommending rmymentin full.
Timothy Gorman, salary as street
superintendent $00 00
Mike Driscoll, 15 days labor on
streets at f t ..",0 23 50
iMike Staunton, IOJ4 days same. .. . 15 37
John Cain, 10 days on streets with
jail uang 15 00
Robt. liiird, 0 days labor on streets. 2'i 50
Robt. Kaird, Jr., 0 days same 22 50
Christ Lawrence, 11 tiny same 25 50
Chas. Duncan, 21, If days labor on
Bidewalks 31 87
Edward Jones, 2 daysliauling cin
ders 7 50
Peter Waldur, hauling 15 loads lum
ber 3 75
John Ferguson, hauling 10 loads
lumber at 35. ccjita,. 3 50
Hallid'ty Bros., 3'J loads cinders at
"25 cents 8 25
C. W. Henderson, 1 kej nails, etc. . 4 25
J. S. AtcGahey, 5016 feet lumber at
$10.00 82 25
J. T. Jteunie, cinders for sidewalks.. 10 00
J. T. Rennie, repairing sewer 3 00
Dr. J. C. Sullivan, vaccinating 440
patients at 25 cents each. .. .110 00
Drs. O. U. & I). II. Parker, vaccinat
ing 272 patients C8 00
Dr. Win. R. Smith, vaccinating 135
patients o 7o
White & Oreer, bed clothiuir for pest-
house 31 00
Wm. Ilarrell, bed clothingfor same. 20 75
Smith Bro., groceries for same 83 48
Lancaster & Rice, lumber find re
pairs on pest-house 1J 0j
C.W. Wheeler, coal and wood for
same iu w
Chas. Johnson, nurse at pest-house
1 month CO 00
N. B. Thistlewood, money paid for
sundries for pest-house 4 40
St. Mary's Infirmary, care and medi
cines of patients. .. 85 55
John Harvey, conveying sick to hos
Sam Hrown. removini? L'arbarco. . . . 20 00
M. Wright, burying dead animals
and haulinsr 8 loads to nest-
house 10, 25
ChaB. Fair, tilling Seventh street
cistern 8 00
R. II. Cuuninirham. rent of clerk's
offico 10 00
M. Shelton. ianitor for same 5 00
Telephone Co., rent of telephone for
quarter endinc January 1st for
clerk's office 13 00
C. Wheeler, 1 ton coal for clerk's of
fice v... 3 00
Gas Comnanv. cab for clerk's office. . 85
John Cain, dieting prisoners beforo
and after trial 175 00
Gas Comnanv, iras for jail 10 2'
Cairo Citv Coal Co.. coal fur jail. . . 3 00
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
inus. e'.c 27 50
"V... f .... rna f.k, ctruit lumnfl 9.
Gas Company, gus for police head
ouarters 3 05
Gas Company, gas fittings aud fix
tures for Dolice headquarters. . .
A. II. Irvin certificate copies of judg
ments in suits vs. city
Circuit Court cost in suit of city vs.
' Louis Gooden
M. Glen rlravinrr men to lail .'
Wm. Moore 100 dray numbers 0 00
Cairo City Coal Co. coal for police
, headquarters 8 50
Telephono Co. use of instrument in
police headquarters for quarter
ending January 1st 12 00
Mr. J. Pink rent of police headquar- ,
Wm. B. Gilbert money advanced in
suits vs. city 21 45
Alderman' Swoboda moved to receive
report of committee and allow claims as
recommended. Motfon carried by the fol
lowing vote: ;
Ayes-Blako, Halliday, Hughes, Kim
brougb, Paticr, Pettit and Swoboda 7.
Committee on claims report back bill of
Dr. J. C. Sullivan for bovine vaccine $1.00,
recommending that it be not allowed.
Alderman Blake moved to receive and
concur in report. Motion carried.
Ordinance committee, to whom was refer
red petition of F. Vinccut, with instruction
to prcparo an ordinance carrying into cll'ect
prayer of petitioner, submitted the follow
ing ordinance, which was read tho first
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An Ordinance granting permission to orect an ad
dllloaal story four lur.b wall on brick building
situated on Ion one aud two block thineeu, city
lleltoidalnodby tho City Council of the city of
Section 1. In pttrstianco of tho petition of F.
Vincent, permission is hereby grunted and it hall
be lawful for him to erect an additional story on
building situated ou lots 1 and 8 iu block number
thlrteun. In the city of Cairo. The wall of which
will he constructed In the same manner a the
present building now eroctod on said lot brick
wall not to be luss thin 4 Inches in thickness, the
same to bo well anchored lo the frame work as set
forth in said putltlon anything In section MS, of
chapter six of tho revised ordinance of the city
contained to the contrary notwithstanding.
Ordinance laid over under tho rules.
Alderman Halliday presented petition of
Anchor Fire Co., setting forth tho necessity
of a Are alarm bell in tho locality, and ask
ing that tho city famish said company with
Alderman Hughes moved to refer petition
to commltteo on police, jail and fire de
partment. Motion carried.
Aldorman Halliday prosontod petition of
Singor Manf." ' Co., asking that they bo
crantod authority and power to construct
ovor and across Commercial avouue such
number of bridges or vtuducts, of such
height and in amaancr loat not to Interfere
ilghtand in amaBter soas not to Intertere
Ith the public use ol said wmn as may
t . . ",' -". . .'.
bo necessary for their business.
Alderman Hughes moved to refer to com
mittee on streets. Motion carried.
Alderman Halliday presented'petition of
Bell & Halliday asking permision to con
struct a bridge or viaduct'across Commer
cial avenue between Thirty-fourth and
Thirty-fifth stroets for the purpose of con
necting tho property on either sido of sajd
Alderman Hughes moved to refer to a
committee on streets. Motion carried.
Clerk read petition of M. J. Howley,
agent for Messrs Johns, owners in trust of
certain lota in block 20, first addition to
Cairo, asking that the council consider the
propriety of amending the ordinance re
lating to lire limits so as to allow decent
frame buildings to bo erected in certain
portions of the '"fire limits." On motion
of Alderman Hughes referred to commit
tee on fire department.-
Commissioners appointed to assess the
cost of construction and reconstruction of
sidewalks under ordinance No. 78, sub
mitted report on same. Alderman Halli
day moved to refer report to committee on
streets. Motion carried.
Alderman Paticr offered tho following
preamble and resolution: .
Whereas, it appears from tho records of
proceedings of the city council of April 5th,
1881, that the journal of the proceedings
of the council bus uot been written up from
the hrst meeting in May, 1878 to the first
meeting in May, 180, as required by the
charter and ordinances of the city, and that '
tao proper index have not been made to tho
journals from May, 1875 to May, 1879, also
that other work still remains undone, there
fore, be it:
Resolved, That tho city clerk be and is
horeby instructed to write, or havo written,
up the journal and such other work regain
ing unfinished at as early day as is prac
tice and that he receive such compensa
tion for same work aa is proper.
Resolution adopted by the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hughes ,Kim-
brough, Patier, Pettit and Swoboda 7.
State and city liquor bonds of G. F. Ort
& Co. and city liquor bond of Z. II.
O'Biiant were read for approval.
Alderman Kimbrough moved to approve
of bonds. .
Motion carried. '
On motion of Aldorman Pettit, meeting .
adjourned. D. J. Foley, City Clerk.
Fees of Doctors.
The fee of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in just at
present. We believe the schedule for visits
is $3.00, which would tax n man con
fined to his bed for a year, and in need
of a daily visit, over $1,000 a year for
medical attendance alone! And one single
bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time would
save the $1,000 and all tho year's sickness.
Kidney diseases atllict the greater part of
the human race, and they are constantly on
the increase, but where the virtues of Kidney-Wort
have become known, they are held
in check and bpeedily cured. Let those who
have had to constantly dose spirits of nitre
and rucu stuff, givo this great remedy a trial
and bo cured. In the dry form it is most
economical, in the liquid the most conven
ient. Phila. Press
Washington, Feb. 13. Tho house com
merce committee to-day took up the que
lion of the proposed increase of jurisdic
tion of the committee on levees and im
provement of tho Mississippi, and alter
discussion agreed that they would oppose
tho proposition when it is reported to the
house by tho committee on rules. Oen.
Gibson was tho only member of tho com
merce committee who dissented from this
conclusion. Pago, of California, chairman
of tho commerco committee, says his coin
mittco would not object to tho proposed
enlargement of the powers of the Missis
sippi committee if they were tiot satisfied
that it would result in conflict of jurisdic
tion, and might injuro the' very interests
which tho proposed change is intonded to
promote. Besides this, Page urges that
there Is really no necessity for the Missis- .
sippi river committeo to be authorized to '
report upon improvements of navigation
of the Mississippi. The Mississippi river
commission has already covered that sub
ject better than tho lovce committeo or sny .",
other could do it, and tho commerce com,
mittco, having the benefit of the commis
WILL NOT NEED ANY OTHER,
Tho views of Mr. Tago aro concurred iu
by other members of tho commerce com
mitteo, and they will certainly resist tho de
mands of the levee committee.
The committee on the Mississippi river1.,
held its first business meeting to-day and
referred to sub-cofljmitteos the various ,
bills which have been sent to that commit
tee. The committee also informally talked
over tho situation and agrcod that they
should mako a fight In the house for tho
extension of jurisdiction which tho com
mittee on rules agrees that they ought to
havo. ' . Vv ' ! . ' '; :'
Take littlo annoyances out of the way. '
If you are suffering with a Cough or Cold,
ttso Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup at once. The
old and reliable remedy will nover d!t
...i-. ...... i ti .i-A ii-i. ...it i r. ox ... V
poist you. AUlrijcisU sU it for M c'J.
bottle, v ,;, . ; ,,., yv,.Wj ,.. ',
, , 'v i . u ".j r, 1 V' 1 ' ': . V ;; !i . :V, , ::e.