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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 31 January 1873

RAILROAD TIME TABLE. TIME TAIlLr. OK HIK ll.MNOU (KrirFUf, UAII.nOAl). Dcpart-Kxiircs", tlallv H: 10 p iu . , -Mull train, ("tally 'J'.lftpin Arrlve-L'xiireis daily, ... ..... .'Jam Mall,. ........ Siir.tnn CAM" AMI ST. Mills 8I10HT l.tNK. Arrlic ft; l. inn Uctiait. l:f.o a m Ho change ul car Irotu Cairo tn Low. No iliuii?i! of fa from Cairo to Chicago. Klepant Itrawliig Itoont sleeping cars on nil night traltii. lidxtdgu checked to all luipor- land pulnts. Cairo & st. LoAlls Line arrive and depart twl-e dally except Nuuday, p. in,, at 2:10. A LAiutt stock of dry goods for sale at & great bargain nt C. Hanny'. Ir you want n bargain In home furnish ing good" J,buyof Schocnmeyer A Company, corner of Tenth street and Commercial avenue ll8-lw. LAIitrV imd ri)ln';' furs at great bar alris at C. Hanny's. DlNtiAMn Ykaht I'owukk for purity end strength it unequaled. All who uie It likn It and recomniund It to their neigh bor. l-K-dCm ilKucii antk, clerks, or any other who vflh to we...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 31 January 1873

CAIRO BULLETIN. faMUalUa eflec, lUtla BalMli LOCAL TTKATHER REPOET. U. 8. 810. 8n., Ommivxii's Orrtcx. Cairo, Jin. no, lT3, 10:11 p.m. Barometer 30.19, and (ailing. ThenBomitr37 decrees above zero. Wind north, velocity niilea per hour. Weather, clear. Maximum temperature Uit St hours, 3 p. m., 33 degree). , Minimum temperature, last 24 hour, 4 a. iu., 0 ilcgreci. Prevailing wind last 21 hour. south. Total number of tutlet wind travelled, last 14 hours, 131. Thomas I Wat.so.v, Observer, at nt I.AfiOB stock of dry goods at C. Hanny'a No transfer boats came up from Columbus yesterday. Tbc Ice m tlio river prevented. Twenty-four persons arc at present In St. Mary's tuuruury, treated ut ttie expense ol the couuty. Onlv elk'bt case of smallpox arc at prc- ntln the cltr nest-house. The disease Is on the decline. Jlcllale's ihovcl brlfiade did good service ritcrdav In scranlni: the mud I rout the j - cross-Walks. LtnOB stock of brown domestics at C. Uauny's. Two persons Inn' been seuwnccdto...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 1 February 1873

mm oiricra, bttxjXjSti sttiijIdxitc3-, coe. 12TH btebet a.i?tx) 'washiit&tok avbittte. JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1873. BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV. our ciiuhouks. HtE.SIlYTEIUAN-fJiVSt'i Street. Proarulntr. Sabbath nt 1JJ a.m. ami 7) p.ni I'rarcr meeting. Wednesday at 74 p. m. '.ibbnth Pchool,a p.m. J.M. Lansdcn, Su perintendent. Kkv. H.Tiiaykh, 1'antor METHODIST. Cor. Eighth unit Walnut St. I'rcnclilnif, Sabbath at 10 a.m.. ami 7 1'. m I'rayor inciting, WoiIiil ily(74 p.m. alil.nlli School, y. p.m. I.. W . .Mllhvell, tJiiprrlntcutliMit. Hkv. F. L. 'I'homimon, 1'aMor. ciit'iicii ok 'i iit iiedkemeimepImo- llonilug prayer, ."nlibaih 10 a.m. Evcnlii pujer. 7 p.m. Aibbuth Sehuol.U a.m. Hkv. E. Cosh, Ktetor. tT. I'A'J'ltK K'S CHUUOU Ninth St. ud S niiilniftuii Aguiiu. , ,. Public i-ervlce, .Sabbitu Sill) and 101 a.m. csper, 7 p.m. .-abb.itli chool,2 p.m. Scnlcc rvcry lay, 3 H.m. iinv. I' .1. o'IIallohax. Priest. T. JOSEPH'S OHl.'ltt'lL '...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 1 February 1873

THE BULLETIN. JjILNILOUERLY, Editor anil l'itblllio TERMS OP TUB DAIL IIUM.KTIN One week, by carrier , t 25 Oat year by carrier. lnnihauco 10 00 One year by carrier II not pild In adrance 12 00 Vne month, by mull 1 00 fbrce montlia , , a 00 glxiaonlhs B 24 One year 10 Oo TltE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN John H.'Qberly his reduced the nubfcrlp on price of the WxrsKi,Y OAino Hur.T.KTiN o One Dollar per annum, making it the cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois xn J.ev. I. w. II. Jackson, "a very 1 Intelligent colored man" of Springfield, want! the position of minister to Liberia, The genoral assembly li iIpw at gotllng to work. Senator! nnd members of tho homo were incapacitated for work by tho late cold map, and ihivcrod instead of legislating. The associated press call the latest dis covered fraud in Kansas "startling." Tho associated press is wrong. No frauds are startling in thcto dayi. They excite no raoro turpriie than tho description of a knock-down or n plain drunk In tho d...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 1 February 1873

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1873. KAIMIOAI) TIME TAHLK. CKMTllAL TtHU TADLK Or 1 1I K ILLINOIS IIAILIIOAII. Ucpart-F.xprcMs dally IMfJpm .Mall train, dally 2:4.. pin Arrive Ilxprt-M dally ,Jnlu .Mall . ........ 3;,i I 1,1 CAnio and'htloiiih hiiort linl. Arrive 1'Hvi' liart ,:WJ "' No cliaiixooVcari'irom Calm l" j'0"'"' No rliuiiKn ol cam Irom Calto to Chicago, lllegaiit Draw in Ituoin Mceplnjf cnM on all night trains H.ii'KaK checked to all Impni land point). , , Cairo fet. ,ouU Lines, airlvc and depsrt twlve dally except Sunday, p. in., at 2:40. A LAlton slock of dry goods for salo at ft gtoat bargain at 0. Hanny's. Ii- you want a bargain In house furiils.li lngKoods,buyofSchoetimevirtJc Company, corner of Tenth street and Commercial nvenue. l-18-lw. Ladim' and misses' furs nt grout bar gains at C. Hanny's Dcxuamr Ykabt Powimit for purity and strength I tinoquiiUd. All who It like It and recommend It to their neigh bor!, l-l'-dtitii ilir.tiiANT.", elcrlts, or any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 1 February 1873

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1373 CAIRQ BULLETIN. FnblleMlna eiBe. Bnllrtln Bnllitln VTlMblBCtOB A vents). LOCAL Tt EATIIER ltKPORT. U. 8. 0io. SEn., onsnnvKn's omen. ' Quito, Jan. 31, 1873, 10:11 p.m. lltvrometer 30.21, nd rlslng.Mow . Temperature 33 degrees. Wind calm, Telocity 0 mllet per hour. Weather, dear. Maximum temperature hat 21 hour, 3 p. m., 45 degree. Minimum temperature, last 24 liourj, 0 a. lu., 17 degrees. Travailing: wind last 21 hours, southcait. Total number of miles wind travelled, last 24 lioun, 7. Thomas I.. Watso.v, Obse rver. at at St. Valentlne'i dayapproaclies. Tlio weather was almost mild yesterday. Lakg stoek of dry goods at C. IInnny'.. The steamsr Illinois has resumed her re gular trips. Mr. E. Cuhl, a merchant: of Dongola, was in town yesterday luylng In a new stock or goods for his house. LAItOC stoct of brown domestics at C. llanny's. Capt. Sam Morrison is in this city waiting an opportunity to ship a tine lot of horses to the Southern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 2 February 1873

mm office:, STrXiXiSTir BtriiiiDXiN'a-, coe. isth btehet a.:et:d 'WAaHiiTaToiT a. vsasrxr JOHN II. 013EKLY, PROPRIETOR. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1873. BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV. OUH CHURCHES. inii-uiivrvniAIt-TEIliUi Street. Preaching, Habbath t 101 a.m. and 7J p.ni Prater meeting, neunemjai i i i" .', (.. n. uMinni. n n m. J. M. l.auitdcn. Su t.crlntendent. IUV. II. TllAYKK, l'aator METIIODIST.-Cor. Elglitli n J Walnut Ht. t'reachlng, aanuain ai jo ' i" I'rayer meeting, Wedneadjiy, J p.m. Habbath School, 3. p.m. I.. W. SUllwcll, Superintendent. Kiev. K. I Thompson, Paitor. CUUBCH OF THE KEDEKMElt (fcpUco- Morning prayer. Habbath 101 " Ktcnlnir prajren, 71 p.m. Sabbath School, Ua.ui. Hkv. E. Coan, Hector. ST. PATltICK'3 OHUHOH-Nlntli St. aud Wasnlngtou Avenue. Public aervice, Sabbath 8:10 anJ 104 ". Vespers, " ji.ui. Sabbath School. 2 p.m. Service every day, B ajii. llEV. P. J. O HAIXOIIAM, Priest. ST. JOSEPH'S CHUIM3ttfH0er,n") tur' tier of Walnut and CroMtlrtcH. Mam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 2 February 1873

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1873 THE BULLETIN. J jHN II. OBKItLY,- Editor and Publlthe TKHM8 OFTHE DAILt llULLETLN: One week, by carrier 25 One year by carrier, Inadvauec 10 00 One year by earrler It not p ltd In advane T. 00 Vno month, by mall 1 00 j'uree months) 3 00 SI months 0 2 Ono year 10 Oo THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN John IL Oberty hai reduced the aubscrlp on price of the Wkekly Cairo Bulletin o One Dollar per annum, making It the cheapest paper published In Southern Illlnoli A bill to licence beggsrs will ahortljr come before the Illlnoli senate. The Eailofn quoitlun growl lu Intcreit, and too tpeck of war botween Ruttla and England grow bigeor. - Mr. Claooatt, delegate in congreii from Utab, who will retlro at the end of thl teuton, it It belloved wilt bo appointed governor of tho torritory. Ho it tald to be especially obnoxious to tho Saints. ""Ex-Oov. Jobl A. Mattksok died attho retldcnco of son-in-luw, Hon. R. O. Goodell, In Springfield on Fridaynt noon. Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 2 February 1873

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1878. CAIRO BULLETIN. TELEGRAPHIC POLITICAL. .MR. COLFAX FAILS TO A l. J'KAlt HKFOttK THi: CREDIT MOHILIEIt. A NEW CHARGE' i BROUGHT AO A INST THE HON ORABLE (JEN-TLEMAN. A LITTLE MOllK LIGHT Mil. CALDWELL'S CHAUAUTEK. ON PETITION OP THK CREDIT MO HILlKll TO DISSOLVE THE CORPORATION. THK COUilT WILL NOT ENTER TAIN THE APPLICATION. ETC., ETC., ETC. COLFAX AND TUB MC-IULIEK. WaiiunotoX, Feb. 1. Contrary to general expectations Mr. Colfax did not appear before tbe Credit Mobtller to-day. Col. McCotnb wu aain put upon tlio stand, and rnado i now cljarjja which m pUlnly tnlendod to Injure Colfax. He stated tbat In February, 11(37, ha recolved a letter from Mr. Atnei, In which tho lat tor asked if the stock ho hd placed in the hands of Colfax, bad not been of great benefit to the Union PaclQfl railroad, Inas much ai Colfax had, while In the speaker's chair In tbn senate, mado & ruling in tho Interett of tho company. McCotnb was uuablo to p...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 2 February 1873

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1873. THE BULLETIN. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. TIME TABLK OP TUB ILMHOIg CENTIUL lUlLnoAI). DepartExpress, dally 3:40pm Mall train, dally 2:4Jpm Arrive Express dally 3m Mall, , 3:45 pm CAHIO AMI 8T. LOUIS SttOKT MNE. Arrive 3;4rpm Depart 4:10 a m No change ol car from Cairo to Louis. No change ot car from Cairo to Chicago. Klerant Drawing Keom sleeping can on all night tralni. ltaggsge checked to all lrupor- tand polnti. Cairo St. Louis Lines arrive and depart twlro daily except Sunday, p. m., at 2:40. WaHtkd. Day boarders nt tlio Thalia aloon, oppoitto Tar. Dclletih office. 1-7-lm. A LAnor. stock of dry goods for salo at a great bargain at 0. Hanny's. Ladies' and niisiet' Airs at great bar gains at 0. Hanny's, Dcnhams Yeast Powdkr for purity nnd strength is unequaled. Alt who uio it like it and recommend it to thoir neigh bors. 1-17-dOra Merchants, clorlte.or any others who wish to wear fine boots cither calf, moroc o, kid or patent leather of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 4 February 1873

' ' - Ilaitfio JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. ofb-ioh, Btrijiia?iiT BTriiiDiira-, oob. 12TH stebet A.2STX) -wLaHxisra-Toisr .a.v:ej :ettj-:ej. CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 18T3. KTC , OUH CHUHCUES. lHKSIiYTKIUAN-ltt Street. I'reuclllnj,', BabbtUi ut 1J a.m. and 7) p.ui leaver meeting, "Wediiowlay ut'l p. in. 'abballi School, 3 p.m. J. M. Luusdou, Su perintendent, Jli:v. II. Tiiaykh, I'attor MKTllODlST.-Cor. Eirblli amLWalnut St. I'rcuclilniC. .Sattbatli ut 10) a.;fiid 7 p. ui t'raycr meetiur, Wednesday, ft P-w- Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. btlllwell, . riupcrinteiidont. Hkv. F. L. Thompson, I'attor. CHURCH OK THE REDEEMER (Epltoo- Morning prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m. Kveulnx prayers, 7J p.m. Sabbath School, 9 a.ni. Rev. E. Coin, Hector. 8T. PATRIOK'H GHURCU-Nlnth St. aud Wellington Avi-nue. ' I'ubllc service, Sabbath si:10 aud 101 a.m. Vesper, 7 Ji.W. i-abbJtli School. 2 p.m. Service every day, S u.m. ItKV. 1'. J. O'HaLLOHAN, l'rleet. fjT. JOSEPH'S CHURCH (German,) tor ncr ut Waln...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 4 February 1873

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1873. THE BULLETIN. J jHN II. OHF.ltLY, E-illur and l'ubllshe TERMS OF TUB DAUA i'ULLETINt One week, by carrier $ 20 One year by carrier, Inadtauco 10 00 Oni rear by carrier it uot p ltd in advance 12 00 Vne month, by mall , , 1 00 Three roonlha 8 00 Sir months 6 25 Ono year i 10 00 TI1E DOI.LA11 WKEKLV HULl.ETIN John II. Oberly has reduced the itibscrip on prico ef the Weekly Cairo Uulletin o One Dollar per Annum, making it the cheapest paperpubllshcd in Soutliern Illinois Senator Pomkhoy Is now in Washington. Tnc Caldwoll investigation closes to day. . St. Louis merchant aro moving in favor of tho repotl of tho bankrupt law. The Ponnsylvania legislature has in structed tor senator to vote against postal tolojraphy. - ' " Reavi?, thoSt.'Louis cnpltol mover, it indofuligablo. Ho has just liiuod n fourth edition of hi "St. Louis, tlio .Futuro Great City of the World." The Illinois bouso of representatives on Friday, by a voto of nincty-s...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 4 February 1873

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1873. TH E .BULMTIN . KiUI,I.OAD TIMK TAHIjK. TIME TAULK or T1IK II.MNOIB CENTRAL nAlLHOat. Dep.rt-Kxpress, dally. W p in Mall tialn, .dally : pw Arrlvc-Kxpress daily '!' Mall M- V ' CARIO AftU T. LOUIS HIIOKT LINK. Arrive W I " Depart 4:.W a in No change ot car Irom Cairo to Lotus. No change of earn from Cairo to ( hlcago. Kleirant Drawing K.om sleeping can 011 oil night trains. Baggage checkculo all ltnpor land points. . . , . Cairo & St. LouU Llnet arrive and depart twl:e dally except Sunday, p. in., at -i:i(. ' Wanted. Day bonrder at tie Thalia aloon, oppoiltoTuK Hulletin office. l-Mtn. A large stock of dry good for talu at ft great bargain at U. Hanny'l. Lacie' and misses' fur at great bar gain at C. Hanny't. Duxiiaus Yeast Povtuek for purity ond itrongth It uncqualed. All who u It like It and recommend It to tbelr neigh bor. 1-17-dtJm To ant of our friend who deilra n firit-clatt nrllclo in tho line of boot i, shoes or gaiters,...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 4 February 1873

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1B73 CAIRO BULLETIN. LOCAL WE1THKR REPORT. U. S. 8io. Bf.r., Onsr.nvKR's Drrio:, CAino, Fb.;3, 1873, 10-.U p.m. J Uarometer 20.77, and rising. Tlierniomtter TO degrees. "Wind southwest, velocity 18 mile per Lour. Wtber, clearing up, Maximum temperature last 24 liours, at 11 p. m., 59 degrees. Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, at 10:11 p. m., 2nd, 82 degrees. PriTalling wind last lit boun, south. Total number or miles wind travelled, last 21 bouri, 303. Total lncbca or rainfall last 21 hours. Ml. Tuomas L. Watson, Observ er. Navigation on tbc rivers li resumed. Puslncis wn brisk on tbc lc cc yesterday. Lxncs stock of dry goods at C. Danny's, Tbc cliurcbci were well attended yesterday. In a day or two vc lll publish the pro ceedings ot a railroad meeting held In Wandville, Kentucky. lat week on Monday, In tbe Interest of the Cairo and Tenncxco river railroad, The convention was ad dressed by Col. II. A. Ncale of Ma) Held, Kentucky, who wade...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 5 February 1873

1 EJl OPPIGH, 33XJIiXiE5a,IlT 33tTIXilDIlT&, GOB. 12-rir STREET A.ISTXD -WASHIlTaTOH .A. VIE X-TTJ.-E. JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1873. BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY. OUH C'lnJKCHKS. HlKSHYTKIllAN-HlttUi Street. I'rcaehliiK, Sabbath lit 101 u.lu. nn'J "1 P-m l'r.iyer mectlnj.', Wedm -day al71 p. rn. .'.ibballi School,;; j. m, i.aiisncii, ou prrliitendcnt. UkV. II. 'I iiavkii, I'ator METIIOIIIST.-Cor. Eighth unJ Walnut St. ; Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m., and 7 p. in , I'rayor ineetlmr, WtJiiC.J.', Ji.tn. i Sabbath School, 8. p.m. I., w. Stlllwcll, 1 i-upcrintindent. hev. r. i.. i uumi-buh, Pastor. UlUllCII OK TIIK UblJKEilKK-(Epico. iloniltifcj prayers. Sabbath 101 a m. Lveiilhtr prayeri, "1 p.m. Sabbath School,! a.m. IlKV. K. Loan, Hector. 1. I'A'l KICK'S CIIUHCll-Nliith at. auJ vVa.-ntiiittoii Avenue. Public unlcu, Sabbath s 10 and 10J ,m. VtMieiK, 7 li. m. abUtli Sihool.'.! p.m. Service every ilay, a.m. Hkv. I'.J. O'IIalloimn, l'rl...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 5 February 1873

I'ltJ! CAI.UO DAILY iHJLLlJTIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1873. TJ1R BULLETIN. JjllNH. OHKIILY, HJlUir an I l'nb iio TCKM8 Ol'THi: DAILY i;i.I.KTI.V ! Ono week, by carrier.... $ 2 One year by carrier, lit .nlvaiino 10 00 Ono' year by carrier II not pitd In advance 12 00 line month, by null 1(0, flirco months i w Six month" & 2 One year... 10 OJ THK DOt.LAK WIJKKLY IWLLHTIN John II. Oberly hri reduced the jnibscrlp on prlco of tho W'nutsi.Y Cawo llri.i.rTiN o Ono Dollar per nnnttm, mtiklntr It tho cheapest piparptthll!iod In Southern Illinois Assurances from Washing) ar to tho effect that tho Credit Mobilier Invcitifin lion oommlltoo's report will rot bo a whitewashing ono. Tun Liberal Kspubllcamvof Cincinnati nro about to orgnnix) on the Clndnnali platform anil to extend their e)rjnnij! ntion on tho Cincinnati pint form. A CDitMtTTKS of ton, on the part of tbo sunalo nml of twenty-live on tao housu of representative! nltendod the ftioaral of ttio Hon. Nohmlah Iluthnell nl Q. lim-y ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 5 February 1873

TJI15 CAIRO DAILY BITLLEL'JN WEDNESDAY, FERRUATIY o, 1873. TTri3.mjriTil3TTN. RULllOAl) 1'IMl' TAIlLK. JtM.rn.iNTi, e'nrki.or nny oIIkt wl.o w'. li t v. fir firm I . ti f i" i rcnlf, rnnrof , KM or patent 1 Uier of lh very lr.Ut - i style, to Win K'llor's on Twontioth TtMl. TMlI.K or THK ILLINOIS' "'"' street 10 llf U.ULHOAH. I . l" Mall train, dally 2:pm AiT.w i:pri-M dally ., ;i .Ml " I' t'A'W AM II nr. I.UI ll"" ,!i;ifi t hi I :.i0 ii i i An. vn ii, .. ..i No Hum ii il cif Irom ('''lr" lM ""' No ch-itue id vat fnilH ill" I" Chlr.i.o. illcVuilt. Dr.iwlmc !!' aWplnif. of ,0't all ni .'Hi tniii. r.iwt-'1' i'Iii'ckwI to nil iiiijwr- land iiiil . , . ciiro fslt I.011U I.lwa arrive, and dimnrt t-.wc dully except .unda, ji. iti nt Ssio. Wanti ii Day boarders nitlia Thalia Mlonri, otil onlle Til K lll'r.Lal IHiQIlice.-.TB Jj"" looiwnn; rerawy. i riwi on - as , - ... IkLl J I 1'1I. Qlyw riwtlo tbo mother and h.a'.ih to i -1 - in. A T. aiiiiK nock ofilry (1 riht bi.rn:n at C, llitnnj'f. La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 5 February 1873

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1873 CAIRO BULLETIN. LOCAL WEATHER REPORT. U. K. Sto. 9r.n.,OnsKnvKn' Offick, 1 Cairo, Feb. 4,187:1,10:11 p.m. J Harometer 30-13. Thermometer 4 degrees. Wind northet, velocity 2 mile. per hour. Wcthcr, cloudy. Maximum temperature lt 21 hours, at 2 p. ra,, 02 degree?. Minimum temperature. Iat 24 hours, at 10:11 p. m., 47 degrees. rrcTalllng wind last 21 hour, Mutlivest. Total number of miles wind travelled, lat 21 hours, 247. Thomas L. Wat.on, Observer. A beautiful day yesterday. What a van change lias como over the sys tern of medical treatment In the last few years 1 A short time ago mid depletion seemed to be the only method bleeding, blistering, cupping, purging, etc hut now, how dlilercnt. The system of depletion has has almost disappeared, and wo Und tonic and itrcngthciicncrs taking Its place, llullil up, instead of pull down still further, the dilapidated constitution. Of nil the array of restoratives none surpasses Farkors Com pou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 6 February 1873

IptHetftk JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TIIUKSDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1870. BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV . OUR CHURCHES. PKF.SHYTEHIAN-Ktt'j Street. . , Preaching, fiabbftth at 101 "-in. nn,l 7 P- Prayer mooting, Wednesday at 71 p. m. abbath School, 3 i.m. J. M. Lansdcn, Su perintendent, ItEV. II. Tiiaykh, Pastor M ETHOIH3T. Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8t. Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m., and 7 p. in Prayer meeting, Wednesday,?! p.m. Sabbath School, 3. r.tn. I.. W. Btlllvvcll, Hupcrlnteiidcnt. Kkv. V. L. Thomi-son, Pastor. CIIUItCH OK THE KEDEEMEK (Eplsco Morning iiraycm. Babbath 101 a.m. Evening prayer, 71 p.ni. paliliain cuooi, a.m. Kkv. E. Coan, Hector. BT. PATItlCK'S CHUltCH-Nlnth St. and Wasiilngtoh Avenue. . Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 -m. Vespers, 7 p.m. Sabbath School. 2 p.m. Senlcu every day, 8 n.m. Kkv. P. .1. O'Hallohan, Pried. yi JOSEPH'S CIU'UCII. (dennaii,) cor ner of Walnut and Cross tre eU. Mum, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m. .Vop-r, 2 p. in. Mum duri...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 6 February 1873

THE CAIRO DAILTY. BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1873. THE BULLETIN. JjllNH. OBKIILY, Kdltnr nJ Vubttatio TERMS OF THE I)A1L I'ULLETIN: One week, by carrier.... 25 One year by carrier, In Advance 10 00 One year by currier it nol pild In advanco 12 00 Vne tnontb, by mall 1 00 Three raontbi 3 00 Slswontli.,... ....... & 26 Ono yew , 10 00 TIIK DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN John II. Oberly bM reduced (he subscrip on price of tbo Wkkklt Cairo Uullktin One Dollar per annum, ranking It the cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois TUK 'Sun' oflat evening coplul nn arti cle from The Bulletin with the lutroduc tory remark "We believe that Journal (The ' Uclletin) supported Ex-Sccrctary Ruin ' mcl for the position which hi j hired man, 'Col. Harlow, secured at the polls,'' The llUI.LErt.v piibllihcd the article as an Item of news. II Mr. Hummel Is tbo lctlm of a mistake, The IIL'I.Lkti.V will be glad to pub' llih tbo fact n an item of news. It Mr. Hummel has victimized tbo state, Tilt Uul ...

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