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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 23 February 1870

tfettttl OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's. Building. i DAILY EDITION WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY & CO 'Jr Gen. McClollftn la to bo tendered thopo illen ofmostemlnentcdinmanderof the new democratlo organization, "tho grand army of the constitution." Mr.-Brdley Is noWMld to havo been the original choice of tho president for the office of supreme court Judge, in place of Judge Wayne, and was oaly laid asldo In'order to make way for Mr. Hoar, who had a still stronger hold upon UitfrfaU-trlll of QenJral 'Onfall Wken f Mr. Hoar was rejected, tho presidont jjaturally went back to his first choice. At last a "Union Leaguer" has shod hlnoil In hlu-country h causo. At n meeting of Republican politicians In New York, on Tuesday even! Dir. a wur of worlli led to ail exhibition of tho ''manly art of self defence1 on the part of two of the belligerents, cuo of whom, not being proficient, had his "claret tapped." A general fight took place, during which a revolv...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 23 February 1870

JBti&mlwt guttata. Yno jErum is, published every after- 9m, U No. M Te ata (Street, (Thornton Blook), by -vwa n.- uueiiy lor uirouintion oy carriers, tweaten. Me" the malls. the' Wmtv Bpusm, aJarge.clght.pjge forty col A'jpi,"t le'sneii eft Thorsil.ty, for (he malls, tml rr rCeat cut eennter end by nersdesltrs. eeaiwt furnished rsmri. AiMrrsi, JOHN. 1I OBKHLT CO:, Cairo, HJ. ; t ,t$01 ftjAKRI.VAI.8l I. (J'l .-ileeiwer Dan Able. Columbus. liour While, Padueah, , ., .HUMi i, Kutmy Hrandel", Meiiplil, " F.nipcror,.,ernrlcjiiis, ' LOUlSVllleLoUllTllle, Oulckstep, KTsnstllle, MlnneolKi Cincinnati, DEPAUTUnKS. 1 sir fcJ'fWfr? Dn Able: Cbtiimhn, (IfcrjJTf iWin Whlte. Parttienli, ,1 Uuiokntep.'Kra "Mlrtneols, Mem uiokntep.'Krantvillo, or,ilu UO cmpliis, .' f Wild Duck,' Bt Louis, " j;meror, Clnclnimtl. Tho weather continues 'cloudy 'nnd "is becoming colder. It was thawing since last report, until nearly noon, but was tin freezing -tilghtly, -ns our report closes. Thp.rlyer is Btill risi...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 23 February 1870

ijn-t . rv as wgH41iataliS NEWS OF THE CITY. "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23,il870, Tlio celebrated Aurora oil can bo bad atNo. 02 0hloLovco. Jnn21-lm; v Back coats ax ima InrAaV P.NoflPfi, No. 79, OhloLovco. t i COST AT tf.,i, ' Uh Etider'a Chill Ms. CurWlt never Tho Aurora oil will notstuln or grcnea Jan21-lm I L j'VSn I Wsp'iersj Stomach Bitten. Go to 02 Ohio Lveo,fpr Aurora oil. ( It Is cheap anti'iafe,' anil does not smoke chlmnles. feblGd3V f 51 Vl(ciief A lUiry'jargQ-itock: Ztlhud ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tlnwarn, eto will be sold without retard to cost. tf 1200 Pauls of aborted nanls. with vests to match, at cost, at No. 79 Ohio Lovee. tf. A splendid lot of calf boots and' gal tera vlll arivo at 1 UolVn next week, and will bo sold low for cash. tf ONK THOUSAND YAItDS OK tlKKUH AND stcol mlxco Jeans, at CO and 7.1 cents pur yard, at P. NefTs, no. 70, Ohio Lovee. tf The Aurora oil is the cheapest, safest and cleanest burning fluid in use. It may be had at 02, ohio levee. febl3d3w...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 23 February 1870

TtHLlBHlO BT JOHN H, OBJCRLT A CO. .. M. B. BARRBLL,, ASBOCIATB EDITOR. f AMARIAIAKKIE8 UldfiUITKn x " - ,Tb IfefcUliatn. 'Patriot' jays a ihnrrlagq . ..ouoe,toolC)pmoe at cauton. Mass., uiHJur ; tle.foMowrlhKCroumstauCcAii Tlio brilo-, grpom, 'wuen quiio a muhii ui, ruu . away .from his parents, w)io lived in ,Xower,Cfthatla. lit process or time tlio " fatlierdled, tbo mother married iiRalu. nam! the frulta.of la union were pcvoiui flabghlvrs, wbpigrewup, and thu parents jVuflrif uavluK ineansto support thorn, they ts went to'woTk In Motorics Ono Blrayod Vib Canlori.factdry, where, by a fortuitous ' ielrciimathiice,' tbo runaway happened to bo t work. Jle soon became acquain ted with tbo iilri, and before a full hlstd-.ly-eWejaoh other's origin was developed, married her. In a fuwidays It warn asi certalned that tbey both bad one mother. This of coureo greatly coafusedaud as tonUncdboth parties, from whicty arose iilfang 6iiclentloua scruples, as. to the ,prPfl'ty'Of brolber and si...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 24 February 1870

OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Streot. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY& T10 UNIVERSAL SUFF11AQJ3. Washington tllfinatches Hay Unit the House Judiciary committee will, at their meeting to-tlay,;, probably tako up, ut tliolr meeting to-morrow, the bill to on force suffrage in nil tho StateH by virtue of the power couferred by the Hecond section .brtlio Fifteenth ametfarnerit The bill provides lino and iruprlHomnant fqrAlI'Prnons, ofllulal jurldAolhcrwUe, wlio refuse to allow colored tunic persons toyoto by declining to'regloter, them, assess them for taxes, coilcct'thxcs, or In terfering Jany wny to preyont the Mime qualification from attaching to them that covers white votera In the Bovernl Htntos. It strikes down the educational nuallilcaton In Massachusetts und the pfoperty mjallllcntlon applied to colored people In New York. MIsTlSSU'1'I. Tho member elect to Co n gran from Mississippi, with tho addition of Buna. torelectltovelH, mnd...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 24 February 1870

. ItVSisT H trititi la published eyery'idVf- Xmi, at No. ltToathMrett, (Tkomlon lllookj, by aa IT. Oberly t Co., fr (Irculatien by carrier, atttaw.'-.-M (Hfuaallf . '" sia Wmti'rmstiis a ltrg elght-pase larty col fsaa pasar, 'tuff'1 ThnrHay, fr the malls, snd - Ms attar tetialer end by uewadealars. pnssa sep iTurmh("l tm:r. Address, JOHN it. ORKItJ.r 4 CO., Cairo, 111. 1) AKKI VAIHi tiutr I'-mAble.CblumUiis, . ,.; , 77m i-Hel!e Memphis, Memiiltls,H " " llmiiv Atriea, Now OrWu, ..inm a rujcitc, i.iutttiu, .'111'.'1 Murray. uo V It Arthur, Ut iiouls, IT An I 1 .trl ,ln iraaucsn, r . Thompson Dean, St Loul, Tyrone, Nashville, Wananlla. Cincinnati. 'bSriitTOUKa. 1 I.twellln, I'aduciUi, Wananlla, New Orleans, " JtuirfTjAUmiiii u.iu uinhlii4iUI I . m ar , H'l " mi rr AYnis. do Tho wofithqrls.ngaifJlfiafE ftii,dlcoi.i lng quite pleasant. Thai river nns risen ton Inches slnco . lsr. report, and, .1.4 ,atll rlslu,,ftt,about ""jilie saoio rAlo-a'early half an Inch per l.SbeItisl8lpp Is-rUlng ...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 24 February 1870

NEWS OF THE CITY. THURSDAY, FEHRUARY 24, 1870. Tho colored population of nil the neigh borins towtiH anil cities, are preparing for a grand Jubilation over tho oillclal announcement of tho ratification of tltc Fifteenth amendment, in Cairo the demonstration will be quite interesting, Resides Freeman, Jiird and other colored speakers who will orate on the occasion, it Ih expected that Messrs. Muun and Llnegar will bo heard i from. The arrftugemcnts In progrcs are ijilltu ex tensivo. MessrR. Miller and Miller have Just re celved an unusually large, well assorted r I and, strictly fohlonablo supply of pieco ' gGods, to which they ask special atten tion. The lot embraces tho llncst cloths and casln-ieni.aver brqught to Cairo, and fcuch a variety ofstyles that all tastes may bo accommodated. Bults or garments from tlieuo goods are mado to order in the best manner and latest style, and at il mires that will defy competition. For proof of this they only ask to be put tipou trial. At all ov...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 24 February 1870

rUI3 LIS II ED 11V JOHN 11. OIIKJU.Y A CO. M.'a. ttxnhy.t.i A8dt:iATK editor. ' 'Belligerent Rights to Cuba. TIicSpanlHli Trcl3 ofl7t5. 'The Wftslilniftoii correii)i)nilciit of (ho NeSv'York 'Herald' eays: j ." T1$',H hot1!) a ood deal of lidti uaa rucuatly. uxpeuUud ns to .llio.clIVct of granting belligerent rllils iipou. the course of .Spain townrtlft nilrgoverrimoht. Odo pnper (Ives It um tin; opinion of Secretary Klah that It wotiltl loud to ini iueritUblo war, bdcaileo, foMottth, ' Uib '' Spanish government would' (ir;tyfti ,,Iiil8t,iipbii her'rJKht, under Uio treutylol 17C5," to mnke rt oeuich of all Amorichii 'YeMelS upon (lie high poiiH. A brief ,, ,,reroroiico to. tue limiory of the treaty nlitlt ju coiiiuiiona win exiuoii ine ioiiv or Mils tjbanhh-AtnuHtiitii war cry: Tl ,ll:bly,of 1705 Willi Sjinln provided til Iio at lu naso eltlior party aliotild be engaged in war, me saipf nnu vchsoih neiongihg. to Ihe Hiilijeeth or people of the oilier party nhould be furiilHhed with ...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 25 February 1870

J.. ... Stilktei a OFFICE: No. 13 I'onth Street. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLy & CO Mr. J. H. Clark's residence In Now Or leans was robbed of $20,000 in gold, sil ver and Jowelry early Monday morning. The )irojerty vaakcpf. ,hv an Iron safe. An extra police force was ntonce put upon duty under the Impression that Ben) Butler was In the city. According 16 thocensaii returns ViflSCO, tho colored voters In the country will nijm6o"r,ri((t:fHr frpW8,600,o'f thew 700, 000 dwell in tho Into slave holding states; ' 7,600, lu thexlx Now England 'utatfc nf Now York, Now Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, and 8,600 In the ten remaining Western states. Homo of the Radical editors complain that Micro was too much tmrnilo nindo over tho remalils'tif the late'Geu'rgo Pea body. This was bccauHo ho was friendly to tho South. Ho was burled a Iittl more than was necessary, it Is true; but wo would bo willing, to seo these Radical 111 !......

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 25 February 1870

The Btsmnta Hcuhim lo publlihod every after imo, at Ko. 13 Tenth Street, (Thornlna Itlotik), by Jefca.fi. Pearly Co., for circulation hy cat tiers, ,( tiiMna,i.: me Wrestr nutans, r Inrgo olglit.p.igo foily col aaa paper, i lued ou Thursday, fur llw nulls, and for sale t oar ootmtcr ami by newadealcrs. switeeaimru sopics furnished rnrr. Addreas, JOHN II. OHEttLr A CO., Cairo, lit. IT J06iiiincrcial. .UH'UnMrATiEvfcVilfo; Fob. Sdih, 870. Wo hnvc linrl, during tho week, qulto An nfc HvVrtinrket for most loading Articles of pro duce, thero being fln nuunUnhco 'of toifnnjfo constantly In jort,,so tlmtiblpmonUwcro not dolayed, nnd liyycr buyc taken pretty much nil rpccluts of low grmlo. flour, ns, well as f oyi ''and Lnt. ' OnA's'liavq licoi In but modernto de mand ut easier pripos,. , Moments over tlio "Sobilo unili Ohio-llnHrond bnTw heen tvtrtlnlly reiu-ncd; no Hint 'fca'clf jhljipcr tnn fonvnnl enough to load onu car per day. "Wliilu litis mount comes.lhr'sborl iff fillltg tbo requir...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 25 February 1870

NEWS OF THE CITY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1870. Tho hundred business men of Cairo who subscribed nud paid Tour dollara in ndvnnco for Jones' counterfeit dotictor, had formed a well settled cotivlcllon that somebody had been "Hold," when, lo and behold, tho "detector" cartio to hand and mude conviction, with some folkn doubly sure. Justeatl of a well bound volume of flno steel plates, llko that which tho solicitor carried with him, the subscribers received a chart1, printed from wood cuts. Since we refresh ou momory, however, wo are Hittlsfled that the agent did not promise to send a vol ume of steel engravings. Tho subacrlb eri formed that conclusion for thamselves and the agent didn't '"'put liWuelf out any" to dissipate It. W o 1--1 1 A trip around the world may be ac complished In 78 daym Stnrtlujr from Cairo, tho tourist would reach Now York in 47 hours. -Tho trip from thenco to Havre would consumo 9 days; thenco to Marseilles SOhoura; (hence to Alexandria Odays; thenco to Cairo, E...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 25 February 1870

rUDLISIIED BY JOHN II. OHXRLY St CO. u. n. MAnnKM., ahbociatr f.ditou. Uncartliiiig Treasure. Fire TlioiiHimd Hollar Found. From tho Kansas City (Mo.) News, Feb. 20th. Yesterday afternoon n guiillomitn named Wlllinm l'Mo, who pui'plineI and Mb now Improving n lot near tlio eastern terminus of Twelfth street, (llscouriHl on hla premlscHa trenuredf no trilling luipqrt. Ho wna dltfuliiK for tho foundation of a house. Near tho rootH of a tree that bad long njro been cut down. Mr. Fate was freely using his spado and ludonly hn struck somethitiK solid and apparently Immovable. Digging nround tho object It was oon brought to light, Jt proved to bu a hiimIT Iron client, rusty,' but heavy and solid. It was at ohde, removed' from Its bod under thu enrth, and with some dllliculty Opotie'L Imagine the surprise and delight of Mr. V. on diicovcrlng tliorfiln gold to tho amount of $5,020. With tho gold was also found a note, and In the nolo was legibly written: "Hidden from tho soldiers in 1801. I...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 26 February 1870

Che I OFFICE: No. 13 Tonth. Street, Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY & CO .Congressman Dawus aaya,,ln a lattbrttn - .noi 11 us, ' or ew nampmiror economy unil reform can only ho Hecured by keep ing power In tho republican party." ll.i rnnuf. rititiinti frnrti fit,, nimluna llml " tho hair of. tho do,' will odro tho blto." r . . The governor of Iowa has xenl a mos Migo to the legislature, advocating the removal of tho, national capital' -to tbo Ml.i.ilsslppl valloy, mid Huylng: "It would hupni to ho tho, clear .duty of our runrownlntive't In cohgreHH to declino to voto for further expenditure)! for tho liiutlolm! UulIulngH at the present cap ital." A clerk In tho Interior department at Wafdilngton ttworo that whlttcmorc, a reverend carpuWbag inemher of congress from South Curollnn, o (lured to appoint him to tliO'iiaval academy for two thou Hand dollarH. This Ih the man who preached to the negroes against tho sin of living In ...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 26 February 1870

Ilia ltvainwa Bum mix is TiiiMuho, I .. .n- . , r ' - - 1 .on, t lo. 1( Tenth Street, (Thornton lilo,-b. Iiv . , Jak H. Oberly A Co., for olrultlaMon ,by earrlere, Hie Wont RcLLiri.v. n Urire rl.tht.iiL.-, rwit ml essa paper, is Issued on Thursday, for the malls, nd lor sale at our eoonler mid by newsdealers. asWVp wimm oepin furnished rasa. Aildtesr, , JOHN H, OUKIILY A CO. Cairn, III. AUMVALfl. Slomcr, Den Able. Cftliimuui; ".'', - " -hamplan,-Cincinnati . " MJ Wicks, St Louis, Ol JOSCpil, Bl l.OUIS, , . Hitter llnw. Ml T.nnf.. ' I ' ' Lady nice, Kv 'l .. III. 11 Oulckatpn. Kvansrlllp. .. . V - ' W J Lewis, Itnl HlVcr, " Wade Hampton, Louisville, " Win White, Pivdticah, " Keiiogsr; '.'. ?"!',". L lJ.Rrl?B w Orlennv iiiiiiisuen,..R.-)iiruiC( " Mary Alice, Pittsburg, '! Blll, Pittsburg- UEIUHTUJIKS. . 'Steamer Den Able, Oiluinbiu,, ,i L.wellln, .'aducrih, "' " Wado llnmpton, Now Orleans, ' " , Mary Alice, " 1 " Hftllfc, ?!.f.yS,M0".V,M''- ' ' " Messenger, Piftaburt: , WmWIilio, St L...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 26 February 1870

NEWS OF TIIE CITY. SATURDAY, FERRUARY 20, 1870. At tho Joint riicotltiKof tho City Coun. oil, held Friday night, Mr. Wllhon helnif In attendance, was introduced by Mr Oborlynn tho Mayor elect, with tho cx- prcsHlon tit the hope, on tho part .of Mr. Oberly, that tho uamo harmony and good will that had prevailed between tho Mayor and Council during tho past your would oharacterlzo tho Incoming adtnlnlHtruilon. Mr. AVilnon thnnked . Mr. Oberly for his courtey, and alno hoped that UiorcVould he unity of ef- fort and porpose between tho Council and hlmBolf and that their work might redouncd to tho prosperity of tho city. After tho adjournment of(tho Council tho Mayor and tho Mayor elect, It Is said, Hamplod Hiisunku's lino robollod cider, Wo havo commenced resetting our ad- vcrtlHomeuUi for tho now form of tho 'IStillctin,' and, If nothing of an unto- ward nature intervenes uhall Issue our llrst enlarged number on the first day of March. Wo again urgo xunh of our citizens an havo mado up...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 26 February 1870

Site (Shying fS ullclitt runusmti) iit john n. onr.ntY & co. M.,11. HAItKKLI., AHKOCIATH KMTOR. a Romantic Story. Though jtfciid lie Mill J,lveH. . i1 i . fFrom Ihb MlMOtiri Democrat. ) 1 Every ondnt nil fnmlllai w ith the hjc ,.tory bfijtaniias ut an enrly tiny will .ro mom bo r I)r, John Dy, whoso conllfotsl with the pro-nlavdry purly,, nnd, whose uxiiloliM In Gnntinntlon with lliu Uiilo: grouutl rttllro.Kl, while the inltiultolij fu.j glliva wave jaw wns in loree, iwutiu imii notorious. At ono tlhio he yuii conflik'il lu tlie Kt. Josejili Jail, charged with run . iiiiiffoiT'htvus, utiil hM eflcnpe created no little excitement at Unit day. It will hu renjiiuberod that, having rcmoybd to Buttle Cronk, Michigan, ho was arrested bh'tlli charge of procuring an abortion, nilil .thereby cnuHlnj; the death Of the ,. woman who nought, his services. On thl cluugu hp was found guilty nnil eit .tdnced. to a long term or coiillnenient In tho Btntc jirl90n. As he was fojmd dead In his bed ...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 28 February 1870

Co 1 in OFJTIOE: No. 13 Tenth Stroot, Thornton s Building. DAILY EDITION MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY & CO J'Ul UNDER J10NDS NO'l TO KILL HIMSELF, A dltiimtcli from Worcester, Mius., huvh : A lew days ayo ono John C. Dennis attempted to commit mllcldu by'sliootliiij himself, lie failed in IiIh deHign, how ever, bolng only slightly Injured, nnd im uttempt wan made to hush up tlio ulHilr. Jlut tlio would-be nululde litis won "ft no- tori ty which ho evidently little nntlcl puled, it In known tlmt In EiiKlnnd It In aii prfooilu nt coriiinoii law! for :i i)ur.-on to uttempt Hiiletdc, nnd riisfiuie"i huvu, occureu win-re uie purlieu nave neeii held for much ollonm.'. In the Joarly col onial times the common law of England was udapted to MusMichusettn, but it 1m Ntatcd there never lias been un Instnticu In tlil.i Btuto where It ban been applieil In cases of attemptud suicide. Tills after noon, however, Dennla wiih arraigned before Justice William, on the charge of...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 28 February 1870

SPFOIAL NOTICE. HINDE'S COLUMN. COAL OIL! The Etchim Britim Is published every after noon, at No. 18 Tenth Hlroct, (Thornton Block), by Jefco II. Oborly A Co., for circulation by currier, women, nr! the malls. Sae Witttr BoLLtns, a large cltfht.pago forty col nuin ppr, " I'"'1- on Thttrt day, for the malls, and far sale lit eiir eoantor and by newsdealers. evrflpeotmen oopics fnrnished rnr.r.. Address, ry ' J0UN' "' immtjY 1 c0, c,ilr"' 1"' - ..Tlie'weatlior Is again clour anil heiuitU " t Ail: mtltl and Hprlng-llke. Tho river lijts risen live liiolil's alnco Saturday but seoms now to bo ubout stationary. It will no tloubt bo railing rapidly to-hiorrov. Tho iMlitoigslppI Is 'about ututloiinry at St. Louis, with fivn feet six Inches in tlie channel abovo Cftfto ' and twenty feet below. Tho Cumberland Is falling with seven feet on Ilarneth Shonla. Tho Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg with . 11 ve feet water In tho channel, and fal ling nt Louisville with ten feet over tho '''falls'. ' BuB...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 28 February 1870

I NEWS OF THE CITY. MONDAY, FEliRUARY 28, 1S70. Crtpt. Hotfcru, ngont for Murk Twain's colclirntcu book, "IitnoooiitH, Abroad," will remain In tho city lonj; uiioukIi to. mulco a thorough can vans for subscribers, ami us tho diameter of tlio publication Is weP known to all routllni,' persons, wo predict for lilm nnliouiidctT success. Tho book contains 050 nutroH. 234 snlrltetl on cravings, am! a fluid of humor arid' in fltrtictlon td bo fouild within tho lids of no other volume that has coino from tho American press hIiico tho clone of tho war. Messni. Miller and Miller huvo just re ceived an unusual ly large, wail imsortetl and strictly fushtonablo supply of pleco goods, to which they ask special atten tion, 'i'ho lot cmbrnceH the ilnest elotjis laid cahlmerfl ever brought to Cairo, and Mich a variety ofMyk'H that all tastes may he accommodated. Knits or garmeilto from thcho goods are mado to order In the bent manner and latest Ntyle, and at ilgures that will defy competition. For ...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 28 February 1870

Wt (Stowing ulkthu published iiy John 11. ohmly & co. M. B. HAnKKI.L, AFROCIATB KDlTOtl. I.OOAN'.S 'i;V Iir.IARTUItE. From tlio Clneiitfo TWicS. Tlio lilpli estimation in which to mo of our members or congress hold tholrolllco, dml the cxtiltetl oiiitiloii thoy etitcrluln of what ought to be tlio chnntcter of tlio national Iclslnttire, itorinit hope Hint It may in tlio course oi a noi very ion tlnio become what for it very lony tlmu It hna not been, nthl Hint is, n rcspectnblu body. General Logim, ienklii(,' on the proposition to expel AVlilttemore from the house, said: , "While he would Invoke on tlio side of in) unfortunate ninn nil the tenderness, nil tlio charity, and all tho mercy which human heart could Imvo within it, he would at the same time Invoke the God of lira veil to give men the Judgment, to give tlit'm tlio name, U give them the honesty to decide what tlio law Is and what the standard of morality should be In tho House of lU'pri'.sentutlvua. lie would Invoke ever...

Publication Title: Cairo Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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