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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 1 March 1870

OFFICE: No. 3.3 Tonth Street. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY &CO . ; siiijHidcousllonumce The JNiilu I-rlKliHul Tragedy In I.oiiIhIiuiii tile Sequel of a Twenty YeiiK I'ciul. Tho Now OilcanH 'Times,' of this 20lli, coinmontliig oi Ui killing of. Qon.-J-liN dull (Into a Confederate hrlgtulo com tuundyr, In Cittahoulii l'ArlijhJ, by Col. ChkrleJ MoneH (who Ws'itWu Confed f erato olllcer,) unym ' i ' i'ho.fcml helwdeii theso Iwo-neigh'hors comiiiunceil, omu twenty yeurmiKO. In' mi Inclilont which, though enveloped In Homo myHtory nn to tho online, wan well calculated to uniroiidor hitter hostlllllen. A lady of Nntehez, who was noJoiimlng at General Lhldull'd house, conceived hl'Wolf tfroMly Inoulted by HomuthiiiK which wan rpi'orlcd to bur nn Imvinc been xalil hy Colonel Jones. Hlic demnnded of General Llddell to accompany her to Jonch', In order to obtain reparation for the alleged oll'ciieo. Liddel could not refuse her ie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 1 March 1870

f&ht &m$ gutlrtin, Tke Kvawsso Bcuitl Is published every aftern, t No. 18 Tenth flttrot, (Thornton Illoek), by Jena H. Oberly 4 Co., for circulation by carriers, eweaea, sad the mull. the Wiiilt RrniTls, a large, elght-paga forty eolasaa piper, ti billed on Thursday, for the mails, ind for Ml t our eoauter and by new sdcalers. Wptotmrn copies furnished rutr.. Ail Jie!-f, JOHN II. OHKHt.r CO., Cairo, III. Commercial. M0KDAT EVENINO, b. 28tll, 1870. Hinlncs? of nil kinds lun been quito active since our Inst lemi-wcukly review, nntl with k continued nbundnnec of tonngo, shipments South liavo been heavy, nml freight nt tliu close nrc n shade easier. Tho Jlobllo nnd 01io Kailrond Coiiipnny 'arc nlo receiving wore liberally thnit of Into, io that our merchants nrc getting relieved of their ncctimulntcd 'orders to n considerable oxtent from that direction. Taking everything Into consideration, our forwarder nnd commission men tire mom nearly up with their business t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 1 March 1870

strtvoaursj NEWS 0E THE CITY. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1870. A can vnHs of tlio returns of tlio election, iy tlio fcolect Council, Inst night, Hhowotl Hint for Councilman for the city nt large, Daniel Arter ruculvoil, In tho First ,Vard Hi: volus; In thoKooontl Ward, 107 votes; In the Third Ward 80 votes nnd In tlio I'ourth Ward 200 voles; total 598 votes r or beieot Coimolliuari for the Klrst ard Ilormiui Meyer leceived 111" votes. For Helucl Cotincliinuti fdr tlio BCcond Ward, 1 W. Uarclay received 100 Votes; Hcaiicring, J votes. a uumumico consisting or two niem bors was appointed to lnqulro Into tho fjuallflcatlons of tlio members clucl, and 10 report at tlto next mectlni:. Hio canvass of these returns, tho nl lowancoofa few bills, etc., constituted the business of tlio evening. Messrs. Miller mid Miller have Just ro eelved an unusually large, well assorted and strictly fushioiiuulo supply of piece goods, to which they usk Mtioalnl atten tion. The lot embraces tho finest cloths and cus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 1 March 1870

.PDnLIBUED 1IY JOHN It. OI1KHLY A CO. U. B. 1IAB11KU., ASSOCIATE KDITOH. Tier. nr.MocitlTio Mini: ieoini:. i nr. From Ileoclict'i Christian Union, .v Tho Democratic sido of tlio ITouao Is "Rfowlng Htroiiur ovory tiny. Not, or , vyurse, m nuuiDoifl, nut, with tlio ncce.S'ilon or uox, or, jev voric, unil Vuriiee.s, ' of Indiana, both reudv tlelvtters. there ' leeaw to have heoii n consolidation! of force. An u result, more is yielded to thetu by tlie majority, ami no more days au'ti night- arc wasted In llllbusterliiK The country Vcgurdud our K"grulo legislation as u sort of wur meusure, and mi upheld nnd defended Jt; uud no JotiK it waa used nlono 'to carry on the Jegislutivo part pf the wur, It wA well; but tt was too dungeons party wdniion to play with boyond Mid days when It was absolutely n;Cetisury. W 111 to it would bo a nutlonm! tniufdituuu to have tho cohtrol of tho House pass Into tho hands of tho Democracy, It will bo n matter of congratulation when thu minority shall be Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 2 March 1870

Catro mnm OariTIOE: iSTo. 13 Tenth. Stvoot. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION WEDNESDAY EVENING; MARCH 2, J870. JOHN H. OBERLY & CO The Colored Senator. ItmlivulM Sick ofllioir Own Mt'dlcine. On tlio 2-lth of February, the b'cimto lmvlng under consideration tlio ruHolutlon of Mr. Stockton to refer to tlio Judiciary Committee the Credentials of Mr. itavcla, Henator elect from Mississippi, Hcnator Stewart, a full, ledged radical, boldly challenged Mr. Ravels' right to a seat In the noimta, Ainong other lliitigKlK sit Id : "I do not wish to deal with thlw fjnoatlon In any sly. ono'sldtd, or evasive manner. J wlsii to meel the ficiuaMon boldly and squarely, and assert the prinelpl, which I honestly bclfevo to bo sound, that under the Federal Conititutlon there Is not a nero or mulatto within the whole United ' States to-day who Is eligible to a seat In tills body. Section one of the Fourteenth amendment to the constitution reads ns follows: "All persons born or naturalized ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 2 March 1870

(Eiwtofl guUctlu. Tli Bvna Briiim It published every nfler. n, at No. IS Teith Htreot, (Thornton ll.o. fcj, l.y Jtha It. .Obprly A Co., for elreulatlott by enrrier, iremen, noH the mailt. Tne Vfr.nv rtt'M.rm, a liuj-.e e Ipht , .go forty cotmn paper, u lncrt on Thnmiar, for u mnilf , ind for .ale at eur eonnter and by newsdealer. arpwtmrn ecpie. furnished rut it. Address, , , , . JIMX 1. tJl);.IIL.y A CO., Cairo, Jl). rati. 32 Dan Ablc'(ilM.UJ. I.cwcliln.l-iliicah. Sui J. llfUnCmeiiiuutl, at. Jutfjili Mi'iniilii. Colorado, VlPkuliurc , l'enlnah, l.lttle Hook, Uutck.tep, ISvan.ville, Coimiionvrctillh, K O TJKt'AjmMES. I.cwellln. l'adlllnh. Hum J Hnlc, Mcliiplil., l-'riPtliLhlll..St. I.illll. Jlcury .Mum, . , bVbenni, 'i t y or Alton, l.euiudavAeiir-Oilman., SlnipAon norner, run, Paa Ablei, Chlniliu, FrUndliip,M,I.ouiii, Colorada, Ht,,Jopl, o. l'enlnah, do, Commonwealth, up, Abeuna, uinrinimu, SPECIAL NOTICE. to tlio married, it tluxo about to inarry f 11 ilm nlimloloL'lPnl oaninnl KV...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 2 March 1870

news or THE CITY. WEDNESDAY, MAP"!! 2, 1870. KitUnmlnhir-, When It Is generally understood Hint Icalsomlno will rostore tlio wivlls or rooms or halls to their original surface mid beauty ut less limn oiiu-fourtli tlio cost of any oilier known process, tlio services of tlioso who aro skilled In Hint art will to called Into active requis ition. jii tairo no ono nan nculovcd mich sue cess In kalsomliilng an Carl L. Thomas nails irijd ceilings, no odds how hndly smoked mid discolored, aro restored by him to their original perfection. Any desrcd color Is produced aifd the work accomplished quickly, cheaply, Arid without the annoyances and Utter usual ly attending replasterlng or repaperlng A spcc'mun of Mr. Thornus' kalsomln lug In tlio Ut. Nicholas Hotel will dial Icnge the admiration of any good Judgo of that kind of work. It Is oven, smooth showing no lapso and as llrmly tot as any paint or hard Mulsh of plaster. Ah a pnper hanger, plain and fancy painter, Mr. T. Is a llrst-class work...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 2 March 1870

Iw droning fitlMii e'W a aWej 1WV V -W v. runusiiED 11T JOHN n. OIIKRLY J, CO. it. B. HAnRKt.L, ASSOCIATE EDITOR. Illinois College Burned. A TcrrlOfiiK ficoiicI.oHH 850, MM. JAokaoNVm.K, III., Full. SJ8. TIiIh mornllicr nlimir nlh .Femalo ColloKoetllflco was discovered to Tie ou ilro, and before tlio Damps ootiltl bo AunKuisueu uie enure main omitting was destroyed. Tho building belonged to the Illlnpl Coiifcreuco ol tin- Methn dlst Episcopal Church, and cost GO,000. iiii((u mute oi uie turuuiuru was unveil uninjured. The loss is ubout 10,000, und JiiBUrauce $35,000, which is distributed uh follows: In the Home of New York, $6,000; In the Ik'publlo of Cliieiigo, $10,' 000; In thoLtua of Hartford, $10,000; In iL,0,.JHrlh. American of Philadelphia, f.000; Ru In tlio Security or New York, All tlio Airnlture was removed from tlio burning building, niuoh of It In a dnmnifcd Condition. Nil Inminilinii nil the furniture, which was the property of ". juiiiuiio, me iTiucipai tinti super I tl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 3 March 1870

ttlkitn 'H -5. rn OFFICE: ISTo. 13 Tenth Stroot. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY & CO TUB FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT. Tho Prenldoiit lnul Inlomlotl to Issuo a jirocliunntlon announcing tliu rutllkntlon of tlio Fifteenth uinondmonton Monday, but, owing to. Homo delay lu receiving thoollicial notlco from Nohraskti, and th failure to admit Mississippi to representation in both houses until Saturday, ho hao postponed it until next week. "An hoon as tills proclamation Is issued, It Is tlio Intention to prcsa, In tho House, a bill to enforce the provision of universal huUra(;e, no that It may bo operative In tho Conuccttout election. Maryland Repute Henna havo also usked mcinherd of tlio Judiciary Cotnmlttuu to hasten uctlon on this bill, on tho plea that tho Maryland Legislature will paw) nonappropriate letflm. latloti to carry out lu that State the provisions of the Urst section of the amend menU Jt Is, therefore, a settled fact th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 3 March 1870

She (Swnittfl guttctin. lit Kinni Hcu.sn it published ercry afterxB, at Mo. 18 Tenth Hta , (Thornton Iilock), by II. Oberly A Co., for lrf.nln.tlom by aarrlcrs, itwn, n tb malls. sjtie Wmnii Btiutu, n large elght-paRe. forty colsvtpetr, u hsued oa Thursday, fsr the malls, and fer r eoanter and by newsdealer.. a-t)sssea pio furmshed rim. Adsirees, J011N II. OHKIILY A CO., Cairo, HI. Dan Able, Cbltimbns, I.cwellln. raducnb, , Oill Jinrfi-e, ft I.oti , Tyrone. Nashville, Citv or Allon. " T liJlcOIII. New Orleaus, 8t I,ttU " Vasotte. KviilsvIIIo, Ilee and llsrges.'et Louie". UniUllTUJtKS. Dn Able, (Munition, ,'f,V!,ll5' r?i,MC,,! T L Mcnill, t Louis, C II Djjroei Uuach ti. Fayette, EransTllle, . City of Alton, Yleksburk', ' St Luke, Memphis. Tlio weather was clear and healthful yesterday, nnd precisoly the revcrso tO'day. Tho morning began with ralu, which censed nt 0 a, iu., and ro-comnien ced at noon, with a prospect ofcoutluuance. Tho river has fallon live Inchoa hlnco last report, T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 3 March 1870

NEWS OF TIIE CITY. THURSDAY, MARCH .1, J670. n Mill iwiiMitwrnwimw tt Clint It nrltH, Tho din and hhun-banglug that ware hcrinl nil over tho Fourth Ward last night, was raised by fifteen or twenty boys, who with tln'pmiB, bolln, bonis, and mirdltio boxes, charlvarial a, newly married couplet living on Poplar Direct. 'Plinufa tinlul, itnliwill ut rn Mntiu n fit lui.nm lug a liultmnco. They uro jicrslated without any Inquiry as to whether nny. body Ih lying nick In the neighborhood, and grow Iti fury and lnteriHlty until the bridegroom capitulates, and treati to beer, or passes round the cigars. Wo filiould dlsllko to see any of tho boys hurt for what ihey coiiHldcr harmless uport, but we think a scare would do them good, and probably put a mop to tho annoyance they seem to have, occasion to Imposo upon dlfTerout neighborhoods once fn week or oflener. I'rult Trc Jrnpn Vliir., i:tc. The undesigned Is prepared to furnish largo or nnu.ll quantities of Fruit Trees of every variety, alio d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 3 March 1870

ruiiLisnr.D bv joii.v n. oiiem.y a co. M. 11. HAllKELL, ASEOCIATK EDITOII. A WOMAN IX tUIII.I.ICOTHi:, no,, cowllimji TWO 3IK.V. An interesting fcCenu occurred nt (liu Drowning Houh'c, In Chlllocollie, Iho other day, which drew toguthor re con Mdernulo crowd of wUiicshl's. IIwup no less ni-ootaole thitu it wowitti cowhldlng two men. Mrs. Giuy, tho heroine of tho encounter, In ti Look nent, anil Iiuh bcoij for some tlmo atoppln ut tho Drowiilri House. BftyK Ihb 'Tribune': Fjur (iomo reuHon or other tho jiroprtclor notllled her n few diiys tijro to leftvc thtj premise, as Ho would not hoard hur nny iotiKor. tilie accordingly left, but return ed on Monday-morning to pay liur hill nnd takevnwoy herluggagc .Sho went nnned V'Hh a cowhide, uud in the couiq of couverpntlpii with the proprietor, look ofl'etiKOiU Homothlng ho bhIiI to llcr ntitl etrtick him sovernl times with hcrwcupi on. Ho bore the strokes wllh considerable; fortitude for n while; but Jlntmlly getting tired of them, he stru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 4 March 1870

IMktte OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Stroot. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION , FMDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY & CO a Tho lMilimloln.lilu 'Proas' h:ivh : "Tlio ACJiatorH tied from Gccrain arc ornlncntly iimlilluil for the lilth position to wliloh tliey nro oleeteil." Wo know tlml Foster Rlotli;ett lian liuuii Indicted for perjury, but wliutqunllilcalliiiiH liavn tlio oilier two? united tlio LouUvlllu 'Journal'. An honest old Ueorirlu darkey, whom; expectntloiiH of Bettlnc a forty aero plantation nnd a dome-die juckiiSH, for voting the radical ticket, were entirely wincere, now goes buck on IiIh frleudn In tlil wise: "Dam cnrpet b.-xn-Kcttln' ncalloway fellerH, da tell us dar war per vIhIoii In du constitution for We collad folks, hut dat was a lie deni porvIsloiiM didn't come. Koro God, mama, I nlnt uueii dofiitt moii'ful." On Friday lost the colored .Senator, Revt'In, wan admitted, hy a voto of 1) ayei to 8 nayn, to the neat hiHt occupied by Jullurc.ou Davis, It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 4 March 1870

Te Kvaisrao BcuitTt In published every aftera,,,, t No. M Tenth Htreot, (Thornton Mock), by Jaaa H. Obrly A Co., for circulation by carriers, n Wmim BrM.iri.it n large ellit-paste forty col. tit yorer, I"1"'11 eB Thaie-ility, for thn mails, nd for asl Rl our eonnler nnd by newsdealer. srTpenmen e opics furnished rnm. Address, JOHN il. OHEW.Y Jt CO., Cairo, III. Commercial. Tiiuhmuy KvKXixti, March 3,- 1870. In n uriirral way, our tntirkct has hoon quite, atiiiimtcd (luring the pwcnt week,. With no material changes to note I" quitliotia. Tho demand for Hour, corn and liny forshliimcnt has been sternly, nbiorblng pretty imn)h nil tlic receipts. Oats have ruled dull ami uro lower to-day, with mmo inquiry nt tho il pel I no", l'or tbo rost of tbo articles on our list there Ik moderate detnttnd at i;cnonilly unclindlH prices. Tho facilities for shipping produce south via tho Mobile & Ohio Railroad uro Hill sonmwhat llmijed, and order are frequently held for several days, awai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 4 March 1870

NEWS OE THE CITY. FRIDAY, M AltCIl -J, 1S70. Until Arrlvnlv. Kt. NIcIioIim llovl, Mandi Ith. S S Shocler, Ark; S S Chapman ; Don Juiui Ancln y Alorlas Ilurfaui, Chlhua limit Mexico: L PCastlo, Chicago; O A Reeves, Hnllnrd county, ly; Win L Chapman; .1 Wilson, Ky; J Wllkey, Fvntisvlllo; L.J May. Miss; A Wlllorand Lady, Galveston. Texas; 0 Metunlf untl futnlly, Princeton, Iml; Phil II Hriimnn Union, Miss; J W Cloudy, Missouri; J Y Grinitli, Columbus, Ky; CO Scott, Jiitl ; Sain'l Ruckhlll, Ashvill, N C; J P Ups hum, lllckiimn, Ky; .Miss Mary M Hart. LI tie Hock, Mo; J F Young, ClnjJohn Klddell, Cln; Thos Lathi, Mo. I'rult Trern, (Jrapc Vine, I.tr. The undesigned Is prepared to furnish largo or Hiiiall quantities of Fruit Trees of every variety, alio Orapo Vines anil small Fruits nnd a choice selection of ornamental Shrub and Plants. . In purchasing from the sub-erlbor, you receive the plants fresh from tho Nursery, and delivered at catalogue prices. dive me your orders early mid I will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 4 March 1870

K at runLiBnr.b x JOHN n. onr.ni.Y a co. U. IJ. 'JlAimKU,, ABSOClATB KDITOIU Missing Steamers. The' city of Boston ami the liremen Stenmcis Smlrtt. (From tlioNcw York Evening Fust, lit.) AfUcli upprolienalon Is felt for ; Iho safely of tho Breiuuu ntcainor Smldt, wlilcli left Bremen for New York on the 20th of January, und Is consequently now thirtyeven ilnya out. Slio lias 08 Hteerj;e( but no cabin pasengcM. islio la a hIoW tossol, anil litis oneo before been thirty days on her passage. It Is thu opinion of nor ageiitH that her coal has run out and that sho 1 endeavoring to malso a port under canvass, tihe Is a strong iron vessel of 2.4.00 tons, and was built In Bremen In 1803. , Thorn Is still no news of the City of Boston, now thirty-two days out irom. this port for Liverpool. It being pose slblo that sho may havo run on Bablo Island, n government vessel has been allnnntnltti il frnm Hiillrnx to that DlUCO In search of Jicr. At tho latest accounts tho London underwriters wero cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 5 March 1870

OFFICE: No. 13 Tontk Stroot. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION SATURDAY EVENING, MAItCH 5, 1870. JOHN H. OJBERLY & CO Tliu tioroiiado of forty-iiluo colorcil pcraoua tendered to R. F. Rutljr Saturday nlht, la announced ns the beginlug of a movement to elect Unit worthy to nrefililency. Truln for I&7U; Utitler for 18701 Tlioiialo ofcailetshlpH is not the only tralllo of the radical congrenUien. The last clause of the Mth amendment pro vldos that "Congress may, ty a twothirds vote, remove huoIi dlnal)llllles." Evpry onso Jn a while a bill Is passed under thlH provision,, naming certan persons as "relieved of their disabilities." To got one's name In such a measure Is inite a desideratum to a Houthem man desiring to hold ollluo. It Is Hald that $100 Is frequently paid for the Insertion ofn name lit one of these bills paid directly to thecarpet-b:it!gers from the district In which tho applicants live. A bill rellevlnir all persons from political disabilities wou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 5 March 1870

The KtintiJ Mattni I p'lbliahcd vciy afterttion, at No. IS Tenth Hlrcet, (Thornlot. Block), by hiftrn.OJWly C., for circulation by carrier, .wemen, and tin mill. Tae VTartuv frttttt;., n Urge elghl-po forty ce.1 mnn paper, 11 ltt l mi Tlittradny, for th mull, and htulnl our onnte r nnd by ncwadcilera. Hartte.eiraati enp tea furuialicd runs. Adilre.it, JOHN 11. OuKUL V A CO., Cairo, lit. . L(V ? XlIVEIl. 3ST32"We. AllKIVALl. Dan UJp iS.tiimlil". l.Welllil. Piidticnh, ?' 'Ni.k Wall, NewOrle.n. DKI'AKTUKKS. mPKTo nohtliorna.Cln, v' Quiokalcp, Kanll1le. The weather lins clmriBctl for the better this morning nnd ! iiltnost cleur nnd qtilto plcntout. Tho mud to rapidly dlanpnenrlng. tiud the Indies nro otieo inoro ihtSmh ' our fitrceta nnd dry goods stores. ' TlitttlyprhBB fallen four inches slnco laat'report, nnd Is now nhout stntlonnry. Th'o'Mlsslsslppl Is rising slowly nt St. Louis whoro n henvy snow succeeded by rain, has fallen. A rlso of scvernl feet Is expected. Tho Ohio Is falling...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 5 March 1870

NEWS OF THE CITY. BAWRDAV, MARCH fi, m, iUm-rli jiZfiiitltllcn. 'Good Words for the Youug, is i monthly magazine for young people, pro fiiHcly Illustrated. Tho March part la now ruiuly with twenty-eight llltistta tloiis. Tho contents In purt aro : 1. Ronald nannerintui's Hoyhood 2 Tho Whales' Rill. 3 Tho Dwarfs J'orest. I A Week Among tho Olives. o At tho Hack of tho North Wind. jiiiiin, ujf ft luting noa vnpmtn; 7 Too village School Room; 6. TIllpiit ICOVuIk; . Uliossy Chalk and her Ruby, ola, otc. 'J onus 52 00 poryoar. Address J. 1'. Lip plncott& Co., Philadelphia. Tho March part of tho Sunday Mat?!- .Ino hjis been received, And an excellent numher it Is. Tho content In part, are: I the btrugglo In Eorrara, 2 On the Mlraclenof Our Lord. 'J Wllllnin Rums the Missionary to China. I Sunday on n Remote Colonial Farm, r, Tlie Golden Mice and Kmrods. 0 Three French Jlyinusi. 7 How to Study the Testa ment. 8 A Thanksgiving for Life and Death. I) Episodes In un Obscure Life. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo Bulletin — 5 March 1870

rUBLIBHSD 11Y JOHN n. OllEIlLY A CO. . u. uahukl:., Associate kditou. Free Love. A Wire Elope with JIcrKrotlii cr-hi-nuv. From Dip Hastings (Minn.) t'nloli, 1'uli. H'-J Free love doctrine's tuo spre:t(llns und accomplishing their legltimnlo work. Bevera.1 VeaValngo a itiiin nnd woman (wo do not mention names out of respect to thefeollnga of some of the ptirtk' Interested) Were married In this city, and up to wlthlnWew weeks have, to all appearances, lived liuplly together. Tough neither of thqm wore members of any church, they have moved in elevated circles, and, for aught wo know to the contrary, have been mod. els of vlrtuo and propriety. Some time In the early part or January a brother of the huaband camo.out from New England, and through tholnllueiice of his brother obtained employment, n has, alnco hia arrival, been mak ng Ills homo with his brother and Hlster-lti-law. Everything parsed in the most amicable manner until within the last two wuokn, when -tho husband bi-gan to ent...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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