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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo evening bulletin. — 7 March 1870

2 f IBtfiicfllL i .OFFICE: 3STo. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION MONDAY EVENING, MAllCIl 7, 1S70. JOHN H. OBERLY 8c CO DANIEL .IV,. MUMfrfJlSQ. u havo lind occaBlon to refer, lust week, to the merciless latnpoonlnjrs Dan Muuirecelved in Joint dlsscussiou with democratic orutori during tire campaign of 1803. The editor of tho Sliawueotown 'Mcrcmy copying our rotu'arlta, has tho brazen Iinundonce to comment ih follows: W'i happen to havo n personal, knowl edge of tho "Joint dlscussloiiH" referred to, and it In a pleasing thought to uh to know that Dan Munn cuinu oil more than conqueror In every engagement with the enemy; and today tie Is tho the most popular and and elleotlvo cam pawner In tho entire district,' and we dare say he N able to cojio with any ora tor In the democratic ran It of .Southern Illinois. How Home folks will talk? Now it U potcdble that Munn in of that ela-.s of men that don't know when they aro UH'tl up. lleprobahly Is; hut thl.Hfaet,aud all t...

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. — 7 March 1870

xrrz Th Evasmo UctirtiN I published, every after- an, it No. 13 Tentli Street, (Thornton lllook), by Jehu n. Oberly A Co., (or circulation by carriers, wcirita, d the malls. Ta Wtutt ncilr.rm, larfle eight-page forty col Man pnprr, n lited on Thursday, for tho mall., and for aleat onr counter and by ncwlc!ur. erpeoimeu copies fiirnlshiM mix. Address, JOHN It. OlIEHIiY A CO., Cairo, HI. in ... - : ZZZrrrrr AUKIVAKS. DauAUe.'Cohmibus, Wllrer Moon, Cincinnati, PWMmJer, .Jo MeoJaHfjwaWv, snl,ri'y,,l'.tri'fillH iu m .1.1 UwHIIll. radii"! I Ml 1,1 VallfSt ''" M K Forsyth do .MiAnst-ph, t do do do tin Kilendshrpl W1I Jlrown1 f.il.inldo. wii Knin'f, Hod l'!"1"' linn Accord CJt Church, .TtlW'lrt. ' fsiU II.. jriuiiTmu:s tun Able, (VilumNf, HI Jowph, Memphis, .KlitkVMItnn. , lib i i' l.fxrrllin. I'i 1 Ucall Milbrrv, Mnihh, lljVld WhlTM EastpoNi i i.' t..H.ii. vmlili(iri. Colorado. itkliurc. i) It'church, Now Orleans, Mary T ' '"l1' ' V f,?.0 rVM K bm.W.No8, fctl-ouH, Frleiid.l.lp.FJUi.ls, w I...

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. — 7 March 1870

NEWS OF THE CITY. MON J) AY" MAllOI I 7, J870. nwftg'Jltffww Dralli or JuilRf .1. II. JllcUt A t-liort jiiiriiKnipIi, clipped from a Metropolis paper, ami published 1m an other column, announces tho death of Judjie J. R. Hicks, of Massac county. Tho namoofno man la more Intimate ly connected with tho history nf Hoiith urn Illinois than that of .Jud;o Hicks. A man of strong mind, resolute will and some culture, and taking an active part In politics, and inmipporl of nil those pro JectH that had In ylow tho material ad vancement of Egypt, ho was, perhopH rts jjonerally known as' any man among us. Ho was a lawyer of very respectatdo ubll Ity, a Kcutlumau o' A"0 ncul qualities, a good citizen and true friend. At tho last 4 Btute i;)eotl(ii;ie was 11 candidate for tho olllce of State's Attorney In this Judical circuit and "barely escaped," election, although the majority In thu circuit iiKtilust thu party with which ho wan connected watt nearly, or quite llvo huii. dred. Ho had frequentl...

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. — 7 March 1870

."'01- 'i SHt? wiring gulbtitt rUULISHKD JJT JOHN H. OllEIILT A CO. ' M. B. MAnilKtL, AUNOCJATI. KDITOP.. Ml! Crime. Another Atrocious Murder. 'tl'rcni ii f 1'x.liirnli Kent ,ik.i n, " tit I )rAtjioUi'uriif-h . muYtlor of jmrilcular atrocluuenu6f wuh unavoidably crowded outoftb)tijConliiL'kItV yeiltuUfy. It ptemMlintr German, ylio wu.s lorao 9ofrtf artist", anil linn been residing at SPnnlnri, Turn., viw coming. 'toward Moyfleld. and was wnlklnjr, with u n)tm vVliotu','hoc)niuccd (o mcia and whom, an tliuntrangor had uoiiionuy, hutronted. When they, at ubout 10 o'clock on Wed nesday nlnht, got to within a mile and a half of Harris' Station, on the i'nducah and Gulf railroad and were walking along tho 'track, tho .granger auddunly tfeniandeil (lTo'tubncy of tliu'Gernmn, who.refused to give, it up., Tho jstranger then said ho had killed a Hum before formouoy, and ho would kill liltn, (the German) and knocked lilm down. The stranger then drew a knife and at tempted to cut oll'the head ...

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. — 8 March 1870

f fie &t, ;iiiif :5 Itrtym OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth" Stoot. Thornton's Building i j iOHIlilui ... . . t rsr rr: .pi , . , ...a J t .'. Pi.u ,iL . . ' "Wo learn from the Jit. Vernon Tress, that thoCoiirtiUaUto.attuftl' place was burned on tlio 21th ult. About all tbo pa pers ti nd documents of tlio County nnd Cir cuit Clcrk'Hjind Comity Judge's offices wero savedjlrtit klltho BhcVlfTTrpers, tax list, etc., were destroyod. JtiJwtnlictnat , egulatomiHraulahavet winoi oyer,- lie , jltilipW -alia Cbftrlo&tnif rallroad'slnco last Full, nnd gone West. Tlie greatest bulk of them eamo from North Carolina; the others wero from South Carolina, Georgia, East Tennessee, North Ala bama, nud a fcwfnra VJrKnla. ' f ! I . i - vH" I ' ' ' VIRGINIA POLITICS. It appears by special dispatches from Richmond that the efforts which have been made for the post two or three days to unite .the twu Vlngs fif.Uio Republican . pnrty in Virginia havo failed. One of the Jtadleal State Central Committees pro po...

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. — 8 March 1870

(Stoning gultdin. Tke Kvaarea Bct-tatm is published every after- JeaaH. Oberly Co., for circulation by curlers, awasa.Uwmall.t. i j a Ws'slt BcLlttt, a large elght.pajie. folly col Mpr,!i listied en Thursday, for the mnllo, ttiii V ;. . j u ;...ii... aeleatenr eounter end by neasderders. "Specimen eopiea furnished rut. AiMress, JOHN II. OBEHLY A CO., Cairo, III. Comincrcial. Monday Kv.nino, Marph, 7tli,18o. V biirwaretli.sllwiiYteady for 11,1 lpml" Ing articles or produce, mco our nisi ecim C3oVJr ttTin5,IP' thOU no mrfotrai.s.ic- iion'1Mv?tbbn WpdrtcJ,. pretty innch nil ro- eeTpts of flour, corn, onlij ;nml bay. lihYo IiJvn taken on arrival nt the going rntc, whlcVdo not vary irfnlerlaliy frrii. Jhosd6btaIij).le 'IflfRiTiclSr iWwro.qiVbf fl'otir.SVonrHltiglc extra down, nro"Vii'ti'cr tamo at tlip clotp, tbough'Svelimril'of no concessions being oiler ,U;by;b.ulieM,Jti order to Induce uiiynr, who aro for the present holding oil'. Tho order business continues quite iut?e, several of o...

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. — 8 March 1870

NEWS OF THE CITY. TUESDAY, MARCH 8711870." Dentil of Jimmy Hnillh. Iu ft recent number of the Mlullctln' we spoke of IhcHctious sickness of Mr. .lam oh ftmlth, uml expressed doubls us to Ills re-, covery. Ills dreadful dlscuso (consump tion) continued to wear upon him until 4 o'clock this morning, when lie breathed his last. A faithful and fearless discharge of his duty ns n firemen, cost young Hmlth his life. During ono of the coldest nights of tho winter ho unhesitatingly faced all the hardships arid dangers th'uV riulhilyd a dlschargo of his duty, and, rerufiring home, his clothing stlilencd by Ice, aud his strength puralyzcd by over-exertion, ho retired to his room and bed, In which fn.ilnv- lin llixi na n r-nrrian ,! Hewash member 'of tho; liiborriian fire company, and his dentil tolls of his devotion and fidelity Tho company propose to iiccrfmpany tle Ttiuitiy nnil friends to tho cemetery, whercbeshlo tho dust of his father, nil that is mortal of Jimmy Smith will bo laid to re...

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. — 8 March 1870

rrnii.tsTir.n by jowh it. otiKiiiA a co. ' V. Jl. HAnftSLT., ASSOCIATE KIHTOh. ; Tlios. II. Corbel., . .,Tiic Malliird Kcjire nJitU e In (lie a - . Ili-w 0 The Frankfort corri'&l'OtH'oiit of tliu PnducaH 'Hoi-tUtl' apenkHln llu-following - flattering lerniH of Hull. Thomas Corbett, member of the Kentucky ltUture from Dullard county: j Scarcely any ninn icsldcs in the city of Prankfrfrr'wlioie fcalurds nrc'nioro futnl JlacUiun 'ihd fithitk'hiMi from HnllarJ. ' Ho la nn old linbltuo ovcrybody Ik In timate wllb lilmarid most oi tlicirt- call r Mhi "Tom..' He, for n number of yuan, httHbcen n sort of pn-uionllery nyiiiil om, of an approaching JcffiRlalurc nr , riTiflg here pcncrnlly ubotit, n wcok Hi advance, and asau lulu g hi old quartero atNels Alleyn. lie wun usltcd lust full on bla arrival, why ho camo so curly to which he replied that Ills constlluenlH bad ejected lilm for two years, nnd lio . Intended to put in the full time, llko a - faithful servant, lio is not only early o...

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. — 9 March 1870

.toJfig pmnn til Tt'i it .nU' I ! r.Ti,ii5H enrirX eifT 'YSWflOTTA 1 V ,rj KLRivur) .OtilnK .0.-. n .notfl TltixiO .It oriel , i, a It ' I .1' u 't OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building. loll miiIoiIiI. .m iiiT lMiWM?MNnie,1 ri - - WEDNESDAY" EVENING, MAKCH 9, 1870. JOHN H. OBEMMo ! it lAdL? .arTMav t rr im innvii irii fn IIOAIU) OF ALDIIRMEN. ItfK'iUr inciting of the Horn d of Aldermen. Caiko. Illixok, MnndiTtli, 18701 Prcnent' Aldermen Jlrankle, HuTeh, Hendricks, Kennedy, Lohr, Loner-jaii) On raotlon of Alderman Kennedy, ,AltIcrumrn McKei ookMhoJcljaJi 1 J Thoro bclny a quorum prusont, und llio rend In ess of the Hoard to proceed to tllo truimnctloii of business being announced, tho Clerk presented and read n report from, the comtnltteo on .claims, recom mcn'dlnit tuo nayment oftlio bills of I... V.,.. fnr ..!. rirritv Hcrk'f fjttW....... t tt 20 l II. Wiicilonril. fur null. 14 tO llarcley Ilrollion medlcluo lor Jail 3 M which report was on motion recelveil ami tlin Hvi...

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. — 9 March 1870

Evening guttctin. Tli iTEiai Hcti.KTiK Is published every after aaoa, it Mo. IS tenth Street, (Thohtou?Wock), by Jeko H. Oberly A Cel, far circulation by curriers. ivtrTBd the. wall. " Wi.t Jtn.LMiJ, a laige eixhtHa foity col eta rpt,fis lsSed on Thursday, for Iha null, tnd ,fcf Ml l t eoonler anrfby newfdealor. avaveoimen e epies furnished ranr.. Adiire , JOHN II. OIlEtlLY A CO., Cnlm, III Tae Nt. Nlcholna Hotel unil lUHtniirnnt . . Tltla popular aud eligibly located houso ,.of public, entertainment w now tmeil ' . V .V. . . ..tr.i I .1 anu nrrniwieii wirougnum in jjomi sijiu, . and, under the management of Messrs. thriving buslnww. It l kept upon the European plan the guest cnlllfig for what hewants wheii.np.wama u, wneui V ,Pt'i2)-r,t?-,K,l' tha-c'"aml laying only for wiiat no order, i no rooms ure lnrge.jnd clean, furnlshdd With the best .of bpdd and bedding, wbllp all other fca H lures of'tliu establishment are arranged with an especial cyo'to the comfort and convenience f the ...

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. — 9 March 1870

NEWS 0F4HB0IVx WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 0, J 670. ClipcrliiK News. Ill a recent numbor of tho 'J'ullolin' wo rofered to tlie departure of J. J. Minsk stone, Esq., presldunt of tho St. Louis! and Chicago railroad coin nay. and J. J. Mitchell, Esquire, president of tho Cairo and at. Louis It. It. Co., from St. Louis on a trip over tho routo of tho Inst named road. Tho object of tho trip was to Judge of tho country, the" economy of tho route, and the local demand for tho itltontoglifarc Orf )Prlday' ty-qnjiig! ,'lhst Messrs. Ulackitone and Mitchell arrived at Murphysboro, Jackson county, from whence, after a short'stay, they returned to St. Louis. They expressed them selves, wo hear, well pleased with what th5yiiy und Hoard durlnif their trJp, anil were 'assured that there arc great and impressive demands for Just such u thoroughfare as Is conCcmpiate'd Uy (ho Cairo and St. Louis railroad company. Tho Honorable J. B. Morrison, tho com pany's director In Bt. Clair county, ho-, companled them a...

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. — 9 March 1870

Wit wttitf0 guUctiu. rVBLIBHXD BT JOHN It. OBXRLT A CO. , If. Jl. HARRKI.L, ASSOCIATE XDITOH. '.. W - ri 1 - " , Murder of .Masons. - Bloody Work iu rtuiitiiiKO. The. Spaniards of Santiago claim (o havedlacqverei. j secret organization In their midst Inimical to Iho mother gov ernment Fifty prominent cHJs-oua of that place were promptly arrested.' ((a uurnberof them beln Americans) tried before a military conniilmlou nnd liot. ;A .CiJlinii c6rn!Ppemlcut of iho New York 'World aya. TheexocutodcoutJemen. when nrrulun- ed before the military commission that condemned thero, admitted the cxiatetice of an association to which they bolting ed,but donk'd It to bn n political Junta, but only a-Masonic lot-po, that they met together as Masons for Masonic purposes', and not ns politicians for political pur poses. This defence appears to have an gered Instead of satlallod the Spaularda. COLLEGE. B LANDYILLTS COLLEGE, ' BI.ANUVir.T.i;, KY. FACULTY: JLOE MMITH.m ..PrlIHl, Prof, of Lan Koajrea, ;...

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. — 10 March 1870

8S 1 a Art yri' ' tierott OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building. DAILY "EDiTION lvnuffSDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY :"g CO JlAILHOAl). A correspondent of tho Illinois 'State Register,' writing from Waterloo, Mon roe couuty, says: 4 John J.Mltchcll, president of the Cairo and East St. Louis railroad, and T, JJ. Blackstone. president of tho Alton and Chicago railroad, aro now here In. con millatiorf with Hon. Win '11 Morrison, or this place- (Waterloo) In tho Interest or the Cairo and. Eat St. Loll!. railroad. I'lio Kobnhllltlfs arelHatthWroad will bo built within the next two yenrx. Tha great mining nnd agricultural JhtorusU of this BeCtlon (if Illlmls demand, nnd oX right, ouuht to havo u railroad leadlitir oui irom m. iouis, ho as to reach mo (southern murkets with better fuel I files tlian It now poxsesses. This paragraph is In confirmation of tho facW mado public liy m Yesterday. Radical Ascendency. it? A bill has been proposed to rcconstruc TenneMnco Ho...

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. — 10 March 1870

J5 , JleuitiJi t publiihed evjiry afte ignj.H 1(0. 18 Tenth Street, (Thornlon Mock), by Jh' tt. Obetly A Co.,, or elretiUtlon by ruriirn. v " BW""" " Tke Waaair Bciixm, n Urge elglit-pago forly col M, apr, it Isoitrd en Thnrsday, for the null, nd for MJeai our oonnter and by newsdealers. VSpeotmen eopies furniahed ran. Addren, JOHN II. ODEnijT A CO., Cairo, III. w 00 TlTwBW. ' ' A1UUVAL3. Dw. Able. Cofi"l'i Hell 1 vv, NcwOrlean, oil?jJrpfBt'"1.-'ul. LPrrntnapiibllc do 'Clara, '1 LomaTllJe, Jo Tyrone, Nfalivllle, 11 Turner", do . Hue muff, Hickman, City of EmiwiIIo, hiaiiV . rf St Joseph, Memphis. -.-i'jJ-V-j DEPARTURES') ' . -L fcanAblr.Columbinf - 'commonwealth, Now Ou IxjulnTllle. Uulsrlllc, Qllyo Hrnnch, do fcltvof Etanivllie, Erans. Clara, Memplil'. tortSt Jo?eph, St Louis, .Mary Uavage, Pnhwirg, net. H H Turner, Ht Louh. Tiie weather continues clear nnd very pleasant. . ' . . ...... ..i . .1 Tue river nns risen lour incites since last report. .1'ThS Missis! !ppl continues rlslu...

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. — 10 March 1870

i . nl if " ' -1r I NEWS QF THE CITY. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1670. AVlioo-oo-rnyl Tho citizens of KvansvlHo in ado it great ado on' Tuesday lust, 'over dipt. Dcxter's now low pressure steamer, tho City of Kvansvllle, hero ycsteltlAy even Ing. WIiom tho boat arrived nt Hint city tho wharf wan crowded by ladies and gentlemen, who joined Tn n hurrah that nwakeneJ cchocs-for many niHe around A stand of colors andn flfie plnndvctc, presented to Capt. Dexter; speeches were made, music discoursed, wine sipped, etc., etc., and everybody appeared to be extatlcally happy, The City of Kvansvllle is undoubtedly A Brio boat, rtnd-wo reel nu dlspnMllon to ridicule the Kvansvllllans over the irreot Ing they cavo her, iiho, was built with Jvansvllle mouoy, and stands as a con vlnclng proof of Kvansvllle shrewdness and enterprise. Should the moiilcd men of Cairo go "and do likewise" we'd have a like demonstration In Cairo, I m ii. - ..a.aaa ' Hotel ArrlvnU M W Uhmo nnd wife, Ky; V H Hell. and wife, do;...

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. — 10 March 1870

Jfkt vetting . guUctiti ; ff'f if I ' - . Vf "tit vJ.ta rUBLIBHID BT JOttH U. ODEKLY CO. M. . HARnXT.t, ASBOCIATlt EDITOR. Distinguished Cnlifornlnns. '"tiakcr, llredcrlck, Fremont, Tcr ' , rjrand C3wln. "Gt.l,, reporU a recent conversation lie bad with a prominent Cnlnforntnn', us follow: "Yfho Was the ablest man you have ,ha'd Bro'tlerlck?" "No! nor Baker, either. They were true men to their political convictions 'and Will Always take plcturesqe anil prominent rank In the American hlhto rr of the occupation of that cost. But the ablest man wo ever had as u projec tor, an executive ofllcer, and n man of courage and easnclty, war this very reble 'Duko' Gwlu. Wo all admit that, who hate him, politically, linker has uot a good namo for prlnclpto on our coast. He would borrow five thousand dollars from a friend and go lose it, at faro, without any Idea of how or when .he should replace it. Ifo lived and dfed for dramatic cflccU; but he was the best orator In California. Fremont Is tjio...

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. — 11 March 1870

S!) WIS m rB. ' . Bk . .. Li ' ' - run OFFICE: No. 13 Tokth Street. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1870. JOHN H. OBERItfi )& CO "I . -TIT. J ttr!iiiw we nro tow mat "Henntor Hovels has instructed thn doorkcupcrs of tho Mctmto not to deliver the cards of any visitors to lilm during tl scssluu otitic penate, as lio does not wlsli to1 o disturbed in the consideration of the tmbllo uusliitrV This Is f-imply a way which Rcvcln has of cutting his ngrgacflUt(itanccs:sjLC' The Columbus (Ga.j 'Sun' pays: "Wo are tolthof a'jfqunjj grocery c)vffjymn I ho father was a patron of the store. Tho lovers arranged a system of corres pondcuce, and tho gentleman wrote his love messages on the eggd whlclj the ilmlily 01(19 v'brotlicd j)!iugltt." While the steamer Golden City was re cently en rotito from San Francisco to l'anamn, a woman's Mutcroom was forced open one night by a ,iuun. The woman screamed and raleeif tffe oftlccrs and lights, when the intruder was found t...

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. — 11 March 1870

IVtWtnyfM, 1 S-'' si t- 1k raaW Bsuistsst i publlalied etery cr MM, at li.'leisl Street, (Thornton BlnokJby H. oberly Co-. frr elrcnlalloe by carrier, UnVraL Bf sirrm, a eight-pace forty eo. nap-iper, u iMtted on Thursday, for Urn mniW, and Or aleatDnr.onnter and by newsdealers. ai a pa ooiei furnished tr. AtWrrn, JOHN H. OIIKIU-V CO., Olro, III. OO CoiumewMl .1 TirijR8DAT"ETio!io, March, lOtli, 1870. r.iIiittC(;dlirin(Afc6(poft tllnid llrt.V,: llns bcorrrathprlcss nctivo thnn nf- lay, .lliouli itlll fair for tlio season. Hcbei'iU of corn, oats nml 1ih5j,Iiwj Utm iiniHiuiliy 1h?tit iiniT all tS?o"HtJQS r5 im .'hipping w tie demand. st full price m conipnrcd with any othrr wcWfA,ft!Vkt.r.!' aWly" ortyuUo nil receipt; of the nbovo arc. sold on trnok iutme dlatoly on nrrivnl, unless held nbovo llio mnrkrl rate, nnd buyers nro Jnro to tako nU that in offered. AVe think tlioc of our readt ers wko aro-lMrF)of n'roJfacfc to tbii. tnnrl kct, will sunpoitiKUtahc assertion that tho -i ijnj.sr...

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. — 11 March 1870

NEWS THE CITY. FRIDAY, MARCH llr 'ifflF' 'f Tlio Cuiilcklcit Sent. The contest botweon Messrs. Winter imtl Byrno, for u. Beat In ,tbu Board of Ahlo'rmen, was 'settled- Inst night, by admitting Mr. Winter to his seat. Tlio chairman qf tho board np pointed ti commltteu of two members to inquire Into the qualifications of Mr. Wlutcr, und Mr.-Winter TidlfoPtirosont. tho committee was enabled to rewirt Ju-, coUnciI ln J0'11 HtoAMiK'ifcj w5w(mii diihm 3,,o:,aJmt., ownfc?orseveral 'lo'vn lots, aslcised for "f,onrd J. A l,,e taxation In tlio mime of William and Henry Winter. Tho committee, thert- ikiw, iuiuiivu iiiui iiicv uuiibvuii mill iu ., : ' i .. . .... , possess the requisite qualifications,, and , ''J ,e ctl,!?4 '"J01") 8eB9'onJ ltTt on Wrefatt be wit? ndmlttcdXM ',w M,f " 1 ? boards separate; thc'Seldct CobnclHiWU ing 10 anatijoining room, and the board M-Ti-nriiffUfyj The call for H Joint nrtotlDg of tho olty counol), was responded to last night, by (nil ttfoptaemMr" in tflo cllyi...

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. — 11 March 1870

T II I I I . rnnnaiiKit ijt jortxn. omcntx1 ajco. U. H. HARRKLL, A890CIi.TR EDITOR.. Tlio Mechanic Arts. The iiuporUmcc ofH Trade.,' l'i(iiu)tq)Mj)iifnctiurr Miil Huilder. WbjfiW'ltUint 'there Is such it rcltug' nanco flti-tbir purt orpardlits to puttiuc their abna'tua trade? A skilled mehnnlu is an 'independent man. Go wherojitv will, btafettuwllj Vijik hlm support: He need ask favors of none, lie 'ha. lllerallynla'foXiihc in his oVn hands. Yot fooJ.li parent?, ntnuUIpufi tlwt their j onn nhoiild "tla& in tlio world, 03 tliey j say. tu more wlllluj; that tbjcy should 1 tudy fbr'a pik6fcsM6tii with the chance or oven mouornw succusw ueaviiy nguinsi them, orrmi thc?rIskori(;nfbIotiti)f the rctalllUK dry-goods or of (oiling labor ouBly nt tho accountant' dek, thhii i learn a trade whlph would bring tlicm-: manly . atrcngUi, health, and lntio- peuuence. .iu paint 01 wot, 1110 mciuoti they choose isr tho 0110 least IlkftUr1 it aQlilovo tjie'advancetnimtalmed nt; Jut the supply of ca...

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