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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 27 November 1872

IlttlletttL JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. TELEGRAPH Second Edition. POLITICAL. THE PRESIDENT READS A SYN OPSIS OK HIS MES SAGE TO THE CAU LS ET. THE PROBABLE CHANGES IN THE CABINET. MORTON KK-ELECTED TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE. GEO. W CUHTl'8 SPOKEN FOR BKOKKTARY OF STATE. OK ETC, ETC., ETC. Reported Esp:clally for tde Bulletin.) ALABAMA LXOISLATCKE. Montgomery, AU, 'ov.2G. Governor Lewis and all the uwly elected state od ccrt took the onlh of office tbls morning. Tbe body silling at tbe United Ktalea court-roum adjourned until tomorrow. Out. Lewis has lo far recognixed neither body. It U rumored ha will intie a proclamation convwnlng the legislatures to meet at the capilol to-morrow. IIAXQUET TO WASIIIIL'BK. Cuicaoo, Nov. M. A complimentary banquet wu given to-night ut the Tre mont bouio, to Hon. E. B. Washburn, U. S. minister to France, by a number or hit perevnal friendi of tbli city, including meny.rcpresentative cilitens. About 100 gutsit were present, among them Qov. Ogleeby, S...

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. — 27 November 1872

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1872. Iff 'i i h i i t i a c o 1, oi lUi sti Ml' fnt feel u un bo re rid nd crs II u cy rlol lis CAIRO BULLETIN- JOHN II. OllUltt.Y, Wltor and Publisher One week, by carrier 9 - One year by carrier, In advance 10 00 One year by carrier If not pild In advance 12 M 9ne month, 1y mall 1 00 I brcc month ... 3 (KJ tiix month 8 2 One rear 10 00 TUE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN John II. Obcrly lias reduced tho ubcrlp- tlonprlco of the Wkkkly CAino Bulletin to One Dollar per annum, making It the cheapest papcrpublUhcd In Southern IHItiol. HEAVY VERDICT AGAINST RAILROAD COMPANY. A From tho Sow York Iloiald Nov. 20th.) A few day ago tberu was given In the Herald' a detailed account of tho suit binurht neainst tho Camden and Atnboy railroad company by Messrs. Lamb Eastman of Iblt city," to recover for the loss of cotton bale destroys) at tho burn ing of thu wharf and witrohouscs of the comfinr at nicr No. 1. North River, on tho -Dili" of July, 1SC4, MM f...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 27 November 1872

THE BULLETIN. Woon for $1 por loud at Iho box fac tory. iO-6-3m. Call ahd examine the pianos at the Rev. D. II. Thayer' and S. P. "Wheeler's. St. Louli hall troble manufacture. ll-22tf. fl. P. Cun-ricie, Agent. Btkvb, Iho bar-keepor, hat opened n fine laloon In Louis Mlatloau's old itanJ, where can bo found, at all limes, Sieve serving bis cuUomor. with Iho best of drinkables. ll.VI2.tf Tin reputation of the Btelnway piano is known all over tho world. ll-J2lf. N. P. CuhTicB, Agent. Mil. U xo, Btbinhousb, barber and hair dretter, cornej of Klghtb street and Com merctal avonue.deslrcstocall the attention of thnbcardod community to his neatly r.r ranged saloon, and Iho fact that he is mas ter of bis profession in all Its branches, lie has bearded many a lion in his den, and calls for more. tf. The St. Louis bell treble pianos nro as durable as any piano in the market, and the awectett-toncd that you ever llitoncd to. N. P. Ccbticb, Agt., Conservatory, cor. Twelfth As Wash. ll-'-iMf. TH...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 27 November 1872

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1872. 1HE BULLETIN. rMlmtl Hrf, Httllrtlss nnlldlMK WMklnrwn Aw- Circci CoUBT.-Thli Court will con ant tt Vienna, .lohmon county, noxt Monday. Judqo Baker will preside. Pouroxtn Billy Htrrlson will not hate hli trial for the killing of Swoboda tt this term of tho Pulaski County Cir- pull Court. Th WlllUmi cao nmv on trial will occupy the whole torm. Ho Doubt or It. Tho nicct family rocrlMflrtl coffee, tho best of butUr and all orti of canned fruits mid vegetables may bo bad at tho grocery (tore of Mr.Tblolocke, on Washington hv nut. For 8ai.e. Cbcnp fur cash, a cotlugo located on Fifth street containing two room) and kitchen. The purchaser will hare to removo the same from off of the lot. For termi apply to Il.-J0.d3t. Iter. WAi.nr.it Settlkd. In tbo caso of tho city " Cairo against Capt. Curler, of tbo stcaine O. C. Wolff, for landing a small-pox cae here on Monday, tbo matter whs sottl by the boat paying tho costs of tlio iui and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 28 November 1872

. ' t . f wt. i mmtu IStlllEtflk JOHN II. OBEKLY, proprietor. CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1872 TELEGRAPHIC First Edition. POLITICAL. REPOItT OP THE COMMIS SIONEU OF INDIAN. AlTAlRS. THE PRESIDENT'S POMCY TO WARDS THE INDI ANS IN DO USED. IENATOR IN NORTH CAROLINA NOT YET CHOSEN ETC., ETC., ETC. Reported Especially fur the Bulletin. INDIAN CUUMIsslONKK H UII'OllT. Nnw YoKst, Nov. '27. Trie annual re Jrt of tliu com in loner of Indiun allaiM uio lengthy, its main feature relates t'ttie Indian polk- of tliu government Vi'.'li it fully revluwtd. An exhaustive dime it ii.adu of the changes Inaugurated bJVcsIdcnt Urmii In the dealing of tlie g'iriiment with trlbis. Continued cm plment of the military it staled to bu ,ntsary for the rcprmioii of ho.lilu trk, and It it urjjod that as they ccavi to Iwirniidulilo the (jovurMn-'iit nhoiiM orid over them rli,ld reforniHtory dialine to prevent thcot froui ul into ptuperism an I crime. The pol icy tho (rovernment at respects the hoi t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 28 November 1872

JR. iv;...-; ts50(a CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 187. CAIRO (JLk iubl(iher onx n. oiiKiu, Edita LETIN i TIJMSOFTIJ DAH 23 On week, by w,tt. . .ie ..... . 10 00 One year by carrir, Ir p ild In On rwbr carter, 12 00 Advance .... 1 00 ttoe aonth.hrm.il ... 3 oo fnree month.. ., 6 25 Six month ' io 00 yo year. ihti.i.vtin TDK DOLLAre ilnrrd the mhncrin John U. obKKLY Cairo Bulletin oa price of f annum, making It the One DolMlshcdln Southern Illinois. cnepet p Our Home Advertisers. L.VMBKR. Home Advertisements. OHBISTMAS 1 miNTIXO. -JKCB PUBLIC. Ipetlnj a decline In prices of PETER'S STOCK .11 kind! and desirous thtt our eus fen should know we are determined carrr out our promises of cheap printing it feel It our duty to make a KEDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES believing that a steady Increase of buslne will be an equivalent. With our long experience in builncts and INCREASED FACILITIES together with our advantage! In the purchase and (election of stock, oui cuitomeri mar rest a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 28 November 1872

Wood for $1 per lond at iho box fac tory. 10-6-3m Call and examine tho pianos nt the Kev. 11, II. Thayer' and S. P. Wheeler' lit. Louli boll treblo manufacture. U-22lf. N.P. Cuntics, Agent. Stive, the bar-keeper, hm opened a nno saloon In Louis lilattcau old ttand, where can ba found, nt nil time. Htcvn ervlng lit a customers with the best of drinkable. H-.i2.tr Mk.Uko. Stkinhouse, barber and hair dresser, corner of Eighth atrect and Com mercial avcnur-,dcilrca to call tho attention of the boarded community to his neatly ar ranged saloon, and the fact that he it mat ter of bit profeiiion In all its branchei. lie has bearded many a lion In hit den, and calli for more. tf. The St. Louli boll treblo pianos aro as durable as any piano In the market, and the sweetest-tuned that you ever listened to. N.P.Cur.TiCE, Agt., Conservatory, cor. Twelfth & Wash. i i-22.tr. For Sale Cheap ron Cami. Tho valuable reiidcnco property, known at tho "Rankin Property," situated between 16th an J 10th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 28 November 1872

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1872. THE BULLETIN. raMiatla . ssliMss ""Mi" TTifctr fr Cloud Both elos4 to-Uy. Nat'ona! banks are PmtrABi rot Chbitma. New and lefant Jewelry.approprlata for Christmas glu, may be found at Duder Brothers. tf. . KUhribd. At tho parsona-e, Novem ber 27, by Rev. II. D. Thayer, Mr. James A. BroyhiU and Mm Catherioo E. Nlckum. Por. P. W. Malkt, the man who look the gold medal from Sm Celyer, will wing the Kehoe clubs. A treo eiblbition at the Llttlo Koiituckltn free luticb, Sat urday night. 21 For Sal. Cheap for cash, a cottage ln.id on Fifth street containing two rooms and kitchen. Tho purchaser will Vi.ta remove the lime from off of the lot. For terms apply to ll'J0-d3t. Ike Waltikb. Tab finest Iree lunch ever spread in Cairo will bo let out at the Llttlo Ken tucklan next Saturday night. Oysters In erery style, shrimps from tho Atlantic nd the gulf, crabs from the Pacific, bear from the Rocky Mountains, roast pig boiled ham, etc., etc. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 30 November 1872

She' fikitftt ItttlMitt HAIKU. ILLlflUlO. oAIUlvlAI, UVbJlDEiK 10 M JOHN II. OBBULY, PROPRIETOR. telegraphic First Edition. MISCELLANEOUS. Consciously and Peacefully, He Breatnea ins Last. President Grant 3Iftnifests Marked Respect for Defeased. MUCH SYMPATHY EXPREsSEUi IN HIS HEIIALF IN WAirllLNV.TON. EULOGIES 01' THE PHK&5 Mil. GHEKLEY. ON REMARKS OF THE TRIBUNE UPON THE DEATH OF ITS EDITOR AND FOUNDER. W kl 1 r . liTU II I II I' V I I 1 r AT Till'. BANQUET TO MIN ISTER WASHBURNE. ETC., ETC., ETC. Reported Especially for the Bulletin. MR. OREELKY OIWWINO WORSE. New York, Nov. 'JO. Mr. Greeley's u pinfcteJ moineniarllv. bom ny .1. ..I.f.n.llm. M Vl t in, U tl . Tift ii. raiHLiEB miu n . . . 1 1 u I l . ' -. f Dr. Choatu in Tarry- . I 1 -1 t 1. III. 1 I a . n.Uul., In i If. J . I It- Ut.. lilt utlar.il se j nta Hp Hurnrnnnd. one of hit tihvsi ianiiftiM: I doubt If he will live forty- t Ue I,,... ..( 1 iVw-tnlit tint u kiirnriiml o hr of Mi death to-night. While I wm t tha bediid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 30 November 1872

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, ' NOVEM HE 11 30, 1872. ff t: 0 It i in It 10 lit t 1C lal t i lo I" in l' If I CAI110 BULLETIN JOHN II. ORKRLY, IMItor and 1'nbMthcr terms oktVii: iaiiv M'llktins One week, by carrier ? One year by carrier, In advance 10 l One year by carrier If not pild In dtanco 12 W Jne month, Lj mall I three month 09 Six month? r One year 10 00 THE DOLLAR WEEKLY llULLETIN John 11. Obcrly h reduced tbf nberrp- tlon price of the Wekkly Cairo HrLl.irti.v to One Dollar per annum, making It tm cheapest paper puMWied in Soutbrni llttiwl INtlXl I."SJ. It) 1U $ZJ Air . won V ' ii r.nlln r.i. mills! or old, taaio i .o o n... n J at work f r ii" In tii r para mono i.i t.r !., I i ' mP, lllU at Wl)l. lll IC. I'Alt Ikl.t f.- Wire aa u. i-'.nwin i-oruvii, -la n HplMu ly Home Advcvtisomcnta. 6 JHE tti. ST M .A. S "l Our Homo Advertisers. 1IA.MCS. TO THE PUBEIC Anticipating a decline in price of PRINTER'S STOCK ol all kind and desfroua tlmt our cus tomers should know wo are det...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 30 November 1872

THE BULLETIN. Wood for l per load nt tho box fnc tory. 10-&-3m. Cam. fllid oxntritne tho pianot nt tho Hnv. It. II. Thayer's and S, I'. Wheeler's. St. liouli boll I roll o manufacture. 11-21M. N. 1'. CuitTicr, Agent. Stkvk, Him l.nr-koopcr, lins opened n tlnn saloon In I,"Uis Jllnllcitu's old stand, whcrocnnbo fonnJ, nt nil limes, Stovt servlm? his customer with t lio best of drinkables. II-iiMf Mk.Oko. Stki.viiouhK, barber and hnlr inner, corner of l'.lg,hth Hitct urn) Com. morcial HVetiurylcslrei In cull the attention of the bearded co mm unity to bis m-ally rr rf,nr;od saloon, nnd the. fuel tbnt be is mbs tcr of bis profusion in till ltd brnnches. Ho bus boarded many n lion In bin don, and culls for more. f Tun St. liouis bell treble piutios nro in durable as ntiy piano In tbo market, and tho sweetest-toned lb tit you' over listened to. N. V CfnritB, Atfl, Coniervntory, cur. Twelfth A; YVath. ll-'JMf. Ton Hale Ciikai- vu (.'ami. Tho valuable residence property, known si tbu "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 30 November 1872

r HE UA1U0 DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, KOVKMBER 30, 1872. i c tl ( I I r o r i c r ii THF, BULLETIN. ra chu'ch nntl lay the cornor stone. A col- ectlon will then bo railed for tho benefit of the church. A. general Invitation It cxh Dibd. On the 29th Imt., at hU late rctldcnce, corner Twenty-eighth and ..1 , t . t T a S a .rtd AQbH .... caMaa I"nsst """""ajcumore uretir, tfuu.-. tended to nil who are friendly to ttie caus WMblMi" AJ"- lyeart, of pneumonia, after nn lllncst ot,f Bnj tiumanlty to como and help ui M...,.lf.,i1.,nt.. ,t.. Funnel isrvlo, at St. Pat- WM JacksoK, l'atior. CHCICC mCH pora aim ""- sm J at Parker Axley's. 11-19.31. tcj Catholic church, to-morrow (Sun J. It. Cunningham popular esprcts linn tttailn cAnnppllnn with tliA first train . . - r . i. .,m , .... i. . I f .. - . nnn'n nitL' I nn i imii'ibi . . ... . ... , MARRirn. At tue parsonage ui immyj m um i..-ww-. from Cairo to Vienna, on tun umro ana procession will leavo tne iste rcsiucnie "'vincennes railroad, yes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 1 December 1872

bulletin. JOHN II OBERLY, PUBLISHER CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1,1872. S own CIIUKUHKH. I'ltKSHVTKIllAN-rTTSv'i ftrt-ct. I rn-achlnj;, Sabbath nt )j u.lii. and 7) p.m I'nivcr inci ilin.', WcmIiii'mIiiv nt7J p. in. Sabbath School, ;i p.m. .). M. I.ansdcn, Su-pi'iliiti-ndi-nt. Kkv. II. Tiiavkii, 1'attor Sli:THOI)IST.-Ccir. Klfrlitli ami Walnut SU. I'rcncliliiir, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m I'ravi-r nicrtliiL, Wednesday,") p.m. Sabbath .School, :). p.m. 1.. V. fctlllwell, Superintendent. Kkv. I". I THOMi'so.f, l'ator. cni'itui ok Tin: i:i:di:kmi:ii-(E)Ii)co- pal.) Mo ml Hi; prayer. Sabbath 10) a.m. Ilvi'iilnif prayer, 7) p.m. Vibliath School, tl a.m. II.... L WASHINGTON LKTTKK., ; TIIK mKSlDKNT'M MKSSAUK. f Washington, D. C, Nov. 20, J87i'. The president in his forthcoming message will urge congress to take such uctiou as will tend to restore our com merce to ita former prosperous condi tion. The secretary of the treasury will devote considerable space in hi re port to the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 1 December 1872

IN- ibllsher rriNT" t r. 10 00 in 12 00 1 00 . :t 00 , n a. 10 00 ktin lllcl1p- U.r.TIN , it tbo V. IV, fill ttltll K ox pre s is menr tit and ml and Atncnto lifowns cJ hot did nut o drop nil J the Uiunulc 1 cnt ir. 1 it pit- ni tin' lev WBS an Jiili avc, and w-ld in 1 lour. j1 death (if y U. litr nml 'urcd the ippoint t pi' led ars rind m Lt t ' lie hale 1,,-hnorl I He ,was , not fur e an tip kbe light jmiraltd ittigs, we f an J of 'rcatncis, ar inci J. Grcc jntcct in is ili-tin- At IIaxnt'h. Chris. Ilsnny It idling lil plndld ttock of good at bargain I rices, Itl not raying a word In excess of truth 10 ay that lunny has on band a ttock campletn In general and in detail. TllANKSnlTINU at Mr. Fl8tlllACK'B. "Wo rcci'iiivl last nltflit, tpo lato for pub. licilinn, n communication of grout lengtln tlfK'iipl'vn of tbo Thanksgiving dinner nt Mr IV lack's. TI10 bill of fiiro cm btscl till il lrnb1o eatable, and tbo com pany wad composed of it number of the brawn Mini witticit gentlemen of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 1 December 1872

GRAPH 6 X 4 rst Edition. MISCELLANEOUS. PARTICULARS 01' Til k death OP MR.flltEELEY. THE FRIENDS AROUND BEDSIDE OP TJIH DYlNd MAN. . THE OVERWHELMED WITH GRIEF AT THE LOSS '01' HIS WIFE. resolutions or SYMPATHY ADOPTED MY VARIOUS SOCIETIES AND RODIES. THE FUNERAL TO TAKE l'l.ACK ON TL'KSDAY. THE LAST WO II I H wkki: HE SPOKE "I RK.tOlCF., mil I KNOW THAT MY SnVlOlJK LI VK'l'H." LARUE CltOWI) OF SYMPATHIZ ING FKIENOS AT TIIK Till Hl'NF.OFr ICE. ETC , ETC ETC. Ilcjiorli'il (Specially foi thu Cairo lliilletin. Iikatii or Mu. aitr.tLKV. Nr.w Youk, Ni.v :ia--Mr.(lr.-ly died nt ten nnniitrs l.UHVeii lull Vi'tilug, tixu-one yi-ui, fiif.u months HfiJ twenty, six dsy.. Til It WATCH Kits. At lit O'clock ther wero wulchers around the bedside ol Mr. ( 5 rcelcy El ward Curpt-iiler, of CliHjipaijUn ; Mrs. Ltinpion, un old fiicnd; Mr. Knd Mrs. Stusrl, WhiltUw Ueid him) I il.t Creoley liu ly in u stutu of luOinrgy, ii is fueo wearing the old smile" 11 M LAST WORDS). Tbo last words liu spoke on rari...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 1 December 1872

,yacon -31, Vriornl i ii fid lioots . I, tin I j 'V t II VI' .vork ; Imvo 'n de "it tho i a; il nro ANli S lltlll anteo laity 'f flni' i price (lro or to lio tf ( if tho .as re ro he f win y, -Mr. lllaSCS , o be- i -fitly, 13 now "k tlio 1 HllJ 1 HlHl , leuv- rtri.i if i , ITs ' t'lau, , was 'stance holiday tj .e . him " ticti n ' vVben ,np ex '',.r and irking - J. n ire l r.'tnilli .v.tifo.1 ' w and r every 'l.sd in n sure oil f.r ckori, nil tlio I'iDtnn, to Wo in- er and is been 1 Santa ao llttlu 31 w and iritttnaj aers. 'TOItY CHANnr.nRtK. nlci feel am! mlnco mut, nnd nn Rtrortment of canned fruits dt VhtUut & AiUy'i, cornor of Tenth and Walnut 11-30.31. FOll JjALE A ono Hirv brick boiuo i with ft lot 33 feet front ly 100 foet deep. Tho houie t'Jiilninr tbrco room mid kitchen, Iiri two liullr, tiisn h cistern nttUched. Pur term? njij.lv mi llio premise, corner of Twtn .,cli Hid r. plnr ttrcoU, Cnlro, Ills, li- I til . Jamm A. Fnv. Our Homo AdvortiBors. ATTENTION! Mr. H. Jones...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 3 December 1872

wbta OFFICE, BXTIiriSl'rilT BTTIIiPIlTCa-, 0033. 13TH BTBHBT A.XTX) -WASHIWOTOIT " AVTQTJE J I -.1.LJ 4 ".v JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. TOLRfiRAPHifil PrtsM: Annual Mesg. Wasuimuton, Dccombor 2, 1872. A UOY VlKW. To the Benalo and House of Representa tives : In transmitting to ,vou my fourth an nual message, it in with thankfulness to tho giver of hII good thut, ui a nation, wo uavo uecn blest ror tiio Inst year wiih caco at homo und abroad, and a general prosperity vouchsafed to hut fw people. exception of tho recent dovasling ure, wnieu swept from the earth with a breath, hi It wore, million of accumulated wealth in the city of Motion, thoro havo been no overshadowing calamities within the year to record. It ii gratifying to note how, like their fellow-citizens of the city of Chicago under similar circurnstan cet a year earlier, tho citizens of Motion ore rallying under their misfortuno; and the prospect I Hint their en trgy und hi-mlsm will overcome nil obstacles and show thu tam...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 3 December 1872

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1872. CAIRO BULLETIN- JOHN II. OBKRLY, Editor and Publisher TERMS OF THE DAILY BULLETIN : ' Obo week, by carrier & , One year by carrier, In advance 10 00 V. One year by carrier if not ptld Ui advance n month, by mall ' r? rnree months ? J Uit year lu w ttnt nniXAK WEEKLY BULLETIN John H. Oberly bai reduced the lubscrip- tion price of the Wbbkly Cairo hulmtih to One Dollar per annum, making It the heapertpaperpubllhedln Southern Illinois. Our Home Advortisors. shmimion and nmung. HALLIDAY BROTHERS, GENERAL AGENTS FORWARDING and COMMISSION Thi Marlon "Friend" informs Mr Hatcbttt, luperintendent of tho 0. & S railroad, that threati to take up the track between that town and CartenvMo aro idle. Tho -Friend' forcibly remark! : "The people of "Williamion county were not railed in the woodi to lo scared by 1 an old butzard." Tut Joncsboro 'Gazette' doe not pro- Dole to oppose Grant right or wrong, but approto hit wlie actions and deno...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 3 December 1872

CAIBO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1872. CAIRO BULLETIN. Wood for $1 per load at tbo box fac tory. 10-0-3m, tat reputation of luo Stclnway piano ii known alt ovor tbo world. ll-22tf. N. P. OURTicf, Agent. Fxatukks In large or small quantltlci at vory low figure at 11. Lovl's bide tore, on Ohio I.ovco. 10 18ltf Frehm oysters received dally and for tale by the wholo or half can at 1'hll Maup't. 10-Mlf. l'UNOJ and organs for from $J0 to S!,Coo. N. Curtice, At., Cor. Twelfth & Wash, uve. I l-W-tf. Choice men pork and breakfast bacon at Parker.V Axley s. 1 l-2'J-Ut. "Wanted. A woman to do general houteworktbu best of wages paid. Ap ply to Mrs. Hiiei-iiaud, Cor. of Second st. and Com. avo. ll-VW-il Mkhciianih, clerks, or any others who wiih to wear line boot! clthorcalf, moroc co, kid or patent leather of the very latent style, go to Win Kliler, on Twentieth afreet. 10 1'Jlf. Cam. mid xaiiilmi tint pianos at the Kv. H. II. Thayer's mid S. 1'. Wheeler's. St. Louis bell treble m...

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. — 3 December 1872

THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1873. Continued from firt paffc. 1 Wort Will be made, n the Immediate futuro lo Induco tho re tafl of at many peaceably disposed Indians to the Indian lorrllory at can be MttUd ntonorlv without disturbing the harmony of tboto already tbero. Thero li no otbar location new available wheru a people wbo ore endeavoring to acquire a Unowledgo of paitoral and agricultural purulu,cn be accommodated as upon tho unoccupied land in tbo Indian territory. A territorial govornment should, how- vtr, protect tbo Indian lrom tno in road of wbilet for a term or years uttll they becomo sufficiently advanced in the arts and civilization to -uard tliclr owa rights and from tho diipoi.il of lnrida held them. From the tamo period during Mm latl fiscal year tbero wero disposed ol out of tho public lands 11,804,075 acrrt n nuantltv irreater bv 1.099.270 seres than u diiDoied of tbo iircvlous tear. Of thli amount 1,370,3'JO acrei wero sold fur cash. S89.4G0 ac...

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