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

JOIIN H. OBEttLY, PROPRIETOR. WASHINGTON TELEGRAPH 0 MISCELLANEOUS. admittance to HORACE GREELEY. PREPARATIONS FOR HIS Ft). NERAL TO-DAY. EXPRESSIONS OF SORROW FROM ALL QUARTERS. THE HCKNE A HOUND THE CITY HALL YESTERDAY. PRESIDENT OKANT AND VICE PRESIDENT CULPA X TO AT TEND THE OBSEQUIES. ETC.. ETC., ETC. iti elite In tho governor's room, and al though t!,0 crowd flics by t womJorful rat, llioro scorns to be no diminution In tho throng prosIfg forward, which rum kick for squares. 1 UNI V KRAAL E5TEE1. No such universal testimony of public bceamo enormous, i esioom lias been Miown ilnco Lincoln' rc- malm lay In itato hero. PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT TO AT j TENH TUB FUNERAL or MR. OREELETt yabhinoton, Hoc. 3 Vlco President Colfax left nt noon to attend the funeral of Horaco Greeley, and PreilJent Grant will leave on tlio 8:30 train to-night. FLAOS AT UALP HAST. Flag aro overywhero at half unit and crowd are nrrivlng by trains and steam boat from adjacent cities. DRAPED IN MOURN IN...

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. — 4 December 1872

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1872. CAIRO BULLETIN. lnV II. OIIERLT, Editor and Publisher TERMS OK THE DAILY IIULI.ETIJi: One week, by carrier 9 One y ear by crrlcr, In advance 10 00 On year by carrier If not ptld In adrance.. 12 00 'Jne month, by mall 100 Three month 3 00 die month. 0 25 One year..... . io 00 TIIK DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULLETLN John II. Oberly ha reduced the subacrip tlon price of the Wbickly CAino IIum.ktin to Ono Dollar per annum, making It the cheapest paperpubllahod In Southern Illinois. STOP AND READ! GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY A place where you can buy as much for OITB DOLLAB as you can elsewhere for ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER The undorslgncd would re.pectfully In form the public that they have fitted their new store bouie on Eighth street with tho flnoit and bolt assorted stock of general merchandise over before broucht to this market, and in order to securo a large portion of the patronage of the pabjlc, WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL OUR GOODS AT LOWER F...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 4 December 1872

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1872. CAIRO BULLETIN. Woon for 1 por load at tho box fac tory. 10-68m. Tit reputation of iho Steinway piano li known all over tho world. ll-22tf. N. 1. Corticb, Agent. Fkatukhs In largo or small quantllle! at vory low flguroi at II. Lovl's lildt tore, on Ohio Levee. 1 18jlf PMti nvaltrt received dally and foi ale by tho whoto or half can nt I'lill HI-Z'JU. um! ormolu for from 00 N. 1. (JUttTICK, At., C'or. Twelfth As Wbb. avo, Salip'". Piivm ..ml nriiiiu for from 100 to Si.Guo. n-svur. Ciioici: riicn pork and break fait bacon ut Parker it Alley's. ii-u-n. Wasthk, V woliiuii to do general houjework the lest of wage puld. Ap ply i0 Miw. Shkimiarh, Cor. of Second aU and Com, avc. ll-'ilKll Mluciianih, ctorks.oratiy other who wish in wuiir lino boots either calf, moroc Co, kid or patent leather of the very ljlest itvle, go to Win Ehler'f, on lwcnuew street. 10 lOtf. Call and examine the pianos at tho Kev. H. 11, Thayer' and S. I hoelurs tit, ...

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. — 4 December 1872

THE OAlKO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS, 1872. THE BULLETIN. ' FaMIatla ware, Mnllrtla R attar Waaatafftea Alm. Crowded. The aoutliern bo- on the I. 0. K. ft hvo been e po.leogers In Ibo last few dp A Row or Tiijcm. f loaded with produce after another, landed ind trains .owded with .y. busy telling tb dl.po.td of qv' Rm of tbt ..lovon flat boat, of all kinds, one hero on Sunday last. ,L. The Hibernian aro cir ball ticket!. McIIalo ite n number of thoin jester- ID, We aro Informed tbat two . . store-rooms in tno now oiock on Ellington avenue, nro routed for buii- a purpose!. Pat Ur. Quito a number of citltens are on the delinquent Hit for non-payment of pcnonal taxes. A hint to tbc wtia li lufficlent. Tnx IIorsis Diskasf.. No mistake about It. Tho epizootic In In Cairo. Sov tral well authenticated case, wcro reported yesterday in addition to thoso lint re ported. A Mian Timr Yesterday morning one of our millinery .tore. w entered while tho proprietor was sweeping tho sidewalk ...

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. — 5 December 1872

Eatfa wtletta JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1872 BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV. MISCELLANEOUS. GREE- FUNERAL OF HORACE LEY. THE MOST IMPOSING FUNERAL CEREMONY EVER WIT. MESSED IN NEW YORK. PRESIDENT GRANT AND SEV ERAL MEMBERS OF THE CABINET IN ATTENDANCE. OVERWHELMING GRIEF MR. GREELEY'S DAUGII TERS. OF NUMEROUS BUSINESS DOUSES DRAPED IN MOURNING C. Dakar, J. O. Llghtbody, Charles Slorri and John It. Storrs. OK TIIR WAT TO GREENWOOD CEMETERT. Tho procossion was headod by Mayor Hull, and superintendent of pollco on foot. Carriages wore drawn tbreo abreast, and extondcd four squares. Proildont Grant, and Vico President Colfax rodo in an open carriago, following cloio to the beano. Shortly alter three o'clock the procession reached South Ferry, foot of Walt street. After they arrived at tho ferry, President Grant, and senator Wil returned, and patted up Broadway to tbe hotel. DENSE MASS OF FEOl'LE. Thore was a dense mass of peoplo about Bowling Gr...

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. — 5 December 1872

It- (J "t 1. I' e 7 r. i n 0' ri CAIRO BULLETIN- a-OBS IL OBKRLY, Editor nd Publisher TERMS OF THE DAILY BULLETIN : Oh wee, by carrier 9 23 Oasyearby carrier, In advance...... 10 00 Oat year by carrier If not pild In drane W 00 tine month, by mall 1 00 Three months 3 00 Sit raonthi 6 25 One year 10 00 TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN John IL Oberly has reduced the subscrlp- tltn nf tk. Xtfmww rutin lltrt t Ttu to One Dollar per annum, making it the. sheerest paper published in southern iiunoii THE CAIRQPAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1872. Our Homo Advertisers. ceHMiMioiv and reRWABntito. HALLIDAY BROTHERS, GENERAL AGENTS ABUSING US. Tbe attention of our neighbor of tbo 4 Sun,' and of the distinguished leader of the Democratic party in thii city it called to this terrible abuie of us, contulnod in the last issue of tho Oolconda 'Her ald Tti H.Im Tlr-t t vtiu IIi.Ia a,,-......... .au Jiaaaa.a . .. iitiiu . UaaaUll. IIU able in leading Democrat, but much tn praise Oen. Grant for. This...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 5 December 1872

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1972. CAIRO BULLETIN. Wood for $1 per load at the box fac tory. 10-5-3m, Tbi reputation of luo Stelnway piano ! known all over the world. ll-22tf. N. 1. Cuhtick, Agont. Fjcatueus In largo or small quantities at Tory low figuros at II. Levi's lildo toro, on Ohio Lovoo. 10 lBdtf Fkesh oysters received daily and for Halo by tho wholo or half can at llill Haup's. 10aJlf Pianos und organs for from 50 to 31,000. N. 1. Uuktick, Aft., Cor. Twelfth & Wash. avo. 11.2'2-tf. Choice rncis pork and breakfast bacon at Parker & Axlcy's. lt.29.3t. Wanted. A woman to do general houiework tho best of wages paid. Ap ply to MRS. SllKl'llARD, Cor. of Second si. and Com. avo. 11.20-31 Merchant, clurks.or any others who wish to wear Qno boots either calf, moroc co, kid or patent leather of the very latest style, go to Wm Killer's, on Twentieth Btrcot. lOlOtf. Call and oxntnlno tho pianos at tho llev. II. II. Thayer's and S. P. "Wheeler's, tit. Louis bell ...

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. — 5 December 1872

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1871. THE BULLETIN. alletlss uUalaa; a A regular communication of Delta aJV' Lodge.No. 608, F. tid A. M will Vbe bald in the Masonic bull thli (Thursday) evening, December 6, 1873, A. E, sSfl. Visiting brethren cordially in Ittd t attend. Jamu A. Phillis, See y. Notice. There will be a regular meet lag of the Qui Vive Coterie, at their room this evening at slot o'clock. Every mem ber U especially requested to attend. J.B. M asset, Pbesideht. CSAS. R. KTLB, SECRETARY. 12-5-lt But mis. -The rain last night at 12 o'clock wu a failure. The sorlee U to be the big thing of next week. Major Linegar it at Springfield. Yesterday be catt role for Pretident Grant in the electoral college, Major John J. McCord oi St. Louis, la here on business, steamboat business. At a distance he looki like good humor ad man. Major Winter will sell freih oyiten during the aeaion at forty centi per can to famllia only. The testimony wai not sufficient to convict J...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 6 December 1872

lliillettai JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. TELEGRAPHIC,! CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER G, 1872 POLITICAL. PRESIDENT GlIANT WAITED UPON BY COMMITTEES OF BOTH BOEIES OF. THE ALA BAMA LEGISLATURE. THEY SEEK AN INTERVIEW BUT ARE RESPECTFULLY REFERRED TO JUDGE WILLIAMS. THE ELEOTORAL VOTE OF Alt- JvASAH OAST RY TI1E ELKCT0R3OF UOTU PARTIES. I erocted of granite, but It cannot bodoue wilhtho pretent appropriation, it requtr Ing another million of dollan If a limit It I .n I n I 1 n ... .... i'"u. rreo sionewill probably bo to- TUB LtBEKAf. HEPU1ILIOANS Are canvatsing to determine what count to punuo In rogrrd to minority reproson tatlsn of lenato commlltoei. Domocratlc senators ore alto caucusslng. Tho major ity lea vet only ono vacancy on foreign re lation committee. Democrat and Lib- oral Republican Hniinn ...i ......... hm.V Mfjicm tnong themselvot, to- name Schur a minority repretentativo on foreign rela tion commlttoet ; Thurman on judiciary, and Bayard on flnanco. Catterly,Trutnbul...

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 December 1872

THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1873. CAIRO BULLETIN .mini i i 1 1 OBN H. ORKKLY, Editor and Publisher TMM3 OF THE DAILY BULLETIN: Om week, by carrier Oaeyearby carrier, In advance 10 00 Oat year by carrier If not pild In advance 12 00 Oae noDlfa, by mill 100 fbree months .' .100 Six Months li 25 Obi year 10 00 Our Homo Advertisers. Home Advertisements. omMiww Ann mwaiiiib, KlaCSLLAlfKODfl. HALLIDAT BROTHERS, wACki, manufactory? GENERAL AGENTS THE DOLLAR WEEKLY 1HIT.LKTLN Uoa price of the Wkikxy CAino BHlitin so uii uouar per annum, mating h ui eaeapest paper published in Southern Illinois Barton of the Carbondalo 'Now Era beautifully and pathetically says: "We '.bare always had a high rogard for friend 1 Oberly of tht Cairo Bblmctin. Ho pub- ' lUhei one of the beat aad sprightless papon 1 In the ttate. He teemi to bo equal to 'any emergency, but tho results of tb 'late election hare ha J a demoralizing ef- ' feet upon hit status, and we deeply y.n ' pathlze with him ...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 6 December 1872

fHtl CAIRO toAlLY BULLETIN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1872. CAIRO BULLETIN 74 ObTH fL OBKRLY, Editor nd Publlrtier TMUtS OF THE DAILY BULLETIN : Om week, by cwrler a5. Oa yarby carrier, in advance 10 00 Om veer br carrier If not ptld In advance W 00 Ha Month. bTDulI 100 tree months... .' 3 00 Six Month B 35 Obi year 10 00 THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN Jobs H. Oberiy has reduced the ubscrlp UaBBriea of tha Wbbkly CAIRO BfJlXBTIN to Oa Dollar per annum, making it the . 1.11 -Y. .1 I aAtikM Till tint' Babtok of the Cerbondalo 'Mow Era,' beautifully and pathetically says: "We '.bate always bad a high rogard for friend 1 Oberiy of the Cairo Bulletin. Ho pub- 1 llihet onaof the beat aad iprightleii papon 1 in the state. He eeemi to be equal to any emergency, but the reiulU of the Mate election hate had a demoralizing ef- feet upon hla itatui, and we deeply sy.u 'pathize with him in hit mixed 'condition. But aftor due dellbera tlon he"hai concluded to take St. Paul' advice, ar.d bo all things to al...

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. — 6 December 1872

)AT, DECEMBER 6, 1872. CAIRO BULLETIN. Tns reputation of the Stelnway piano it known all over the world. ll-22tf. N. P. Curticb, Agent, Fkatukbs In large or small quantities at rery low figures at 11. Lovl's hide store, on Ohio Lovco. 10 lBdtf Fhesii oysters received dally and for salo by tho whole or half can at Phil Saup's. lO-IMlf. Pianos and orcans for from 50 to $1,G00. N. P. UonncK, Agt., Cor. Twelfth & Wfcih. nvo. ii.aa.tr. Mkiicii ants, clerks, or any otheri who wish to wear lino boots either calf, moroc' co, kid or patent leather of tho very latest style, go to Wm Killer's, on Twontleth street. 10 l!Hf. Cam. and cxatiilno tho jiitinos fit tho Ilov. 11. II. Tlmyor's nml S. P. Whoclor's St. Louis bell treble manufacture. U-jatf. N. P. Curtiok, Agont. I'hki'ahe ron (Jiikihtmah. Now and elegant Jowclry,BpproprIato for Christinas gilts, may bo found at Hudcr Urothers. tf. To ANY of our friends who desire a flrst-clais article In tho lino of boots, shoes or (alters, mado to o...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 6 December 1872

)AT, DECEMBER 6, 1B72. CAIRO BULLETIN. Tub reputation of Iho Stelnway piano ii known all over the world, U-22tf. N. P. Curtice, Agent Feathers In large or imall quantities at very low fleures at II. Lovl's hldo itoro, on Ohto Lovco. 10 18dtf Fresh oysters received dally and for alo by the whole or half can at l'hll Saup's. 10-2dtf. Pianos and organs for from $50 to $1,(100. N. 1. Uurtick, Agt., Cor. Twelfth ii Wash. two. Merchants, clerks, or any others who with to wear fine boots either culf, moroc to, kid or patent leather of the very latest style, go to Wni Killer's, on Twentieth street. 10 lotr. Cam. and cxmiilnu the pianos nt the llov. U. II. Thayer's and S. P. Wheeler s St. Louis bell treble manufacture. 11-2'Jtf. N. 1'. CltRTIOlt, Agent. 1'KKl-AIIK YOU CllHIMMAM. NOW and elegant jowclry,approprlato for Christmas (flits, may bo found at Hudcr mothers. tf. To amy of our friends who desire a flnt-claisnrtlcloln the lino of boots, shoes or gaiters, in ado to ordor, of the best st...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 6 December 1872

THE OAiKO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 187f . THE BULLETIN. mUHUm Mm, Balletlss BssUlss WnMil eivities. Eleven cie of small-pox la tin peet-bouie. Seventeen iteemboaU aro lying up at tblt port. The chain gang on the levee plank road are making iplendld headway. Tee Bulletin was yesterday awarded the county printing by the county eoeirt The city li full of iteamboatmen, a large number of boat! having laid up at this port. No eaie of eplcootlc bat proved fatal yet Id thli city. Chief ef Police Myors hat rented Leo Kleb'a handsome new brick dwelling bouse on Sixth street. Timothy Booth, contractor on tho C. and V. railroad, ia engaged in paying the llabllltlei oftho road in this city. The inspection of bill and their al lowance, bavo engaged tho attention of the county conrt, to tho exclusion of every other buiineti, for the lait four days. Only three cases of drunkenneu were before tho 'iquiro yesterday. All three were pennileti and were tent to work on the lidewaikt. Mr. Joi. ...

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. — 7 December 1872

. . -Bak A ' Wmru Jiiilletiik JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, BtTIiljBlTIlT BXJTIIjDIITO-, OOB. 13TH BTBBBT A.3fcT23 WA.SHITC3-'r03sr AVE35TtTE3. 11 ' 1 V CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATUHDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1872 TELEGRAPH POLITICAL. THE LOUISIANA LEGISLA TURE DIFFICULTY IN THE UNITED STATUS COURT. THE UNITED STATES MARSHAL IN POSSESSION OK THE LEO. 1SLATIVE HALL. DECISION IN THE KKLLOGG-WAR- MOTH CASK. CHANGES IN THE SENATE STANDING COMMITTEES. TUB ALABAMA REPUBLICANS PRESENT THEIR CAUSE TO WILLIAMS. ETO, ETC., ETC. (Reported Especially Tor tlie Bulletin.) THE DIFFICULTIES IN NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, Dec. 0. Judge Durcll .L It.'i.j ... . t f. . I I III.. III LHIl JI ll.l C'ir.'llll. I'lllirL. oruor d reel ni? tuo uo lea amies mar- si nfttittltn In wliIMi tltu ttttn 1 ftir 1 Imi 11 r A f Ull VUUII PllU 111 IUU U1CII1 tlltiU hli action of ttio court wu In come enrn ni i nr ivirrnnin a nrriNrnminn UJafl TAI Ah IV HoMarmir AIAll.(1 t n I MM m , n - uwu uv Liiu rcLurmuif uusru wuu warn i a .. t ...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 7 December 1872

Tm8 CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1872. CAIRO BkLETIN. 'ftt n. Q))Bftfviltor and rubllsher Terms ofi-iuA"' buiaetin ! Oawk,brcrr M One year by carrl edtance 10 00 " year br Ca f no ptid In drance 00 Bonjh, bv'U . 100 Sl rwOnth .'!.".'.!'.. ...!!'.''.!!'.'.. Un year 10 00 Our Homo Advertisers. HALLIDAY BROTHERS, GENERAL AGENTS TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN Join II. Oberty has reduced the subscrip tion price of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin te One Dollar per annum, making It tb( cheapest pper published In Soutbcrn Illinois W admit it : They havo got tbo opt tootle at Pducah--bad; but Cairo bad it a few momonti sooner. AVe will not al low Paducah to get ahead of ui In any thing. Bbave Horace Oreoley 1 Tlio tnore we learn of hit character the more wo ad mire him. The following letter, "a gem of pureit ray lorene," ring like the metal of true moral courage: New York. June 27. 1871. Frisxd Lauman Kccc Ivcd yours of the S5lh, lnt. I bavc all rav life been doing what people caucu vei...

Publication Title: Cairo Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo bulletin. — 7 December 1872

CAIRO DAILY, BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1372. CAIRO BULLETIN. Til reputation of tbu Htclnway plants li known all ovtr tit woriJ. 11-Jlif. N. 1', Curtice, Agent. Fkatuiks In largo or small qusntltles at very low figures at II. Luvi's bids tore, on Ohio Levee. 10 18dtf Fbish oyster received daily and fur alo by tho wbolo or half can at I'M I Baup's. 10-2dtf. 1'Iakoi and organs for from $G0 to Sl,000. N. 1. Uurtick, Act-, Cor. Twelfth & W1.1I1. mo. ll.2K.tf. SlmcitANTs, clerk, or any others wlui wlh to wear flno bouts either culf, moroc co, kid or patent It HtbiT of tho very latest style, go to Wni Khlor's, on Twentieth afreet. 10 1'Jlf. Call and examine tlio pianos nl'tlie Rev. IJ. II. Thayer' and S. 1'. Wheeler's bt. Louis bull treblo manufacture. ll-22if. N. 1. CunttcK, Agent. Plir.PAnie rott C'liisiaiMA-. New and elegant Juwulry,Hppriprlnle for Christmas gills, may bo found at Uudcr liruthers. tf. To INT of our friund who desire a flrst-elaissinlcloln the line of booli, sh...

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. — 7 December 1872

THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 187. THE BULLETIN. MMiUn ttme. Sall'tla BaUala Bbktitim. Kplioollc. County court adjourned yesterday to xneet on tbe 17th lr.it. Plenty of dressed hogs In town lolling at fle centt par pound. FeuchUr, Woodward and Williamson arc running 01 teams. The cpltootlc. The noxt of the Qui VWo Ooterlo to- rlea of DtrtlM at the St. Charles, il to bo calico party. Thll county paid $550 50 for feeding prlionert In the county Jail from Sept. lit, to Not. 30. The construction train on the O. & V. railroad hai been down Commercial avo xue ai far ai Thlrtr-flrst street. Mary Maiwell, an old street walker, waa lined $6 yeiterday ', but Judgment wai on condition that ibe would ' r- J ear the city. Mike Shut wai bound over yeiter day in the mm of $300 to not kill any Xody, and to eipeclaly iparo tho lives of IBob Andrewi and fc. Ferguion. Henry Flanniean and Henry Shor nan. two Paducah men. were up before Iron yesterday, charged with their bciet ting...

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. — 8 December 1872

JOHN H OBERLY, PUBLISHER CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1872. oun churches. NtE31JYTKItIAH-T?IiitU Htrcct. l'rcachlnjr, Sabbath nt Ml a.m. and 7) p.m Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7 p. m. Sabbath .School, .1 p.m. .!. M. I.anwlcn, Su perintendent. Hkv. II. Tiuykr, Tutor MKTIIODIST.-Cor. Kilitli and Walnut SU. 1'reachlng, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m. Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. Still well, Superintendent. Hkv. F. L. Thompson, Pastor. CIIUUCH OK T1IK IlEDEEMKH-(Kplco- pill.) Morning prayers. Sabbath 101 a.in- HvcuItiK prayera, "J p.tn. Sabbath School, 0 a.m. ItKV. K. Co an, Hector. ST. I'ATItlCK'9 CIIUUCH Ninth St. and Waiilugton Atcliue. Public ecrvlco, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 Vetpcrs, 7 p.m. Sabbath School, i! p.m. Service every day, 8 a.m. ItEV. P. J. O'llALLOKAN, Priest. ST. JOSEPH'S OIIUIlCH.-tUennan,) cor ner of VVulnut und Cross streets, iluss, every Sabbuth at 10 o'clock a. in. Vespers, i! p. in. Man during week (In) f, fi o'clock a. in...

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. — 8 December 1872

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