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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 15 January 1871

' " i ' , . , I 4 M JOHN II. OUERTjY & CO. CAIRO, ILLINOIS , JANUARY 15, 1871. ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT. tc ttlljiin. SUNDAY. The "alarica of Kupromo Court judy- uk, hi tins Slate, will bo fixed ut a Hum between 85.000 and 810.000 tier nn iiutn. Tlio figures nnmed jircont tlic maximum ami minimum 'limits huk jested by tlio bill and umendiiiunU now in tho hands of tlio Committee on judi clary. Mn. Pkiikinh was pcriitiadcd to tuo a non-explosive oil introduced into fjiiincy, Illiiiui.M, by an oily-tongued individual with a nainu, but without a local habitation. It it now announced that (ho conduct of tho hcarcc driver at .Mr. Pcrkiim' funeral, that too'c place a fow days afterward, wan perfectly Khauicful. Huston has a rumor that some lead ing teniMjraiR'o men in MasKiehufcttn Imvu hecomo convinced that prohib itory law? arc not efficacious in gun pressing intemperance, and havo organ ized a new party founded on tho old Wnshitujtonian principle, which will soon publish its platfo...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 15 January 1871

-- . ...... - up i gif rait-f.wM" -'y. si,., , , a-,':-i'TOra3sm.ir7SMgcT3T5!rjm3a'g the ca.x.ro sTJXiUEia?i3sr, vJisrxjuTr 15 THE KEATS. MTOGMEMK. " The Hcnntorliil fnistcsl Over. LoRnn Xonilnnlcri on "' I'Jrsl Itullot. Ogtcftli' SitoihI, Kot'Nior Tliinl January 13. Til" contest Is ovor (tnil nil, breathe frccrcr. (Jen. Lognn was jiomlfintod to-night m tho Kcriuhllcnn inttcttJ, on the? first Mint, receiving 95 voles ; Ogleiby nrnl Koer ncr 0. Tlio nomination wis mndo utinnlmon on n motion iniulo nnil seconded liy Og lcsby men. PKCOMI DISPATCH. Tltn KEfUIILICAy rU.VATOltl.U, CACCt'S. SprinyfitlJ, Jan. II. Tho Republican Sjn&torinl caucus w held this evening. Senator l'ullcr of Jloono iireslilod, nnd Keproacntntlvo Knot of Cook nctcd a Sue rotsry. Ono hundred nnd thirty momWs wero prtfent nnd throe nb?cnt. Of tho nluon tees, one was tick, ono out of the city, nnd ono declined to go into tho canons. A resolution was unanimously udopled to abide by tho decision of the caucus, im me...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 15 January 1871

the oaibo BTrXiXjETiasr, IS. $i?.e ttll,(ttiit. .1. N( lIM'f;(!;i:H, Corner s:iKH Ntrret unit oliln Ties to, Oior Vinccnt'a Grocery Store, Inform tho pcoplo of Cairo tint lio tin purchase! and rclllteil In Ilia tnot thorough manner tho JPiotux'o Gallory of J. ). Harwell, making It ono of tho most com I'lcleln IlioWrdl. Hu f now prepared to do Bit kiiiihoi work m 111 line, from th BMAI.t.KHl' MI.VATUKIITO LlKK-fllZB POUTIUITH. He makes the new nr.MHKAMIT I'lCTtllllC, Ulhntuoit approved Mjbt. Th twit kind nt p ettiri' taken In neither. Childreni niottirea taken In Unco to four second. Old plo Htm copied nnd enlarged. Coino one, come all arm sen in upocliiicn. dec&idtl NEWS OF THE CI!?, Nowiikuk In tho dty can vou sccuro n bolter lilting, liner or butter made- pair uf iKot tlinn lit tho sliop of win. Khlors. on Twentieth street, near tlio court house, tf 1'i.otm' Uliolco Family Flour In libU half IjIjU., sacks, Jcc., for snle at theKgyp Han Mills. hu It" you want n trood, tyllih an...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 15 January 1871

-ii im 5w THB OAIjHiO BTJIiXiE'TIlsr, .X-A.Ifcq-'U-.A.Ksr IS, .COUNCIL PROCEgQIN. tguhrMertj.4w'V' Calra. tve. t -i ' ' Present HI H.nuv . -Crtunciltnrn Art-. "tV . - Meyer nnd Try---'. A motion in IHU! vt l'u, Journal rvwcrl titiiiifliiwHra:-- Unflniaiieo IuMihm Mu ( .' ' was prcnhtw i, -"witit, juioxfaw. ' Hoard of Wwiiwii ', iartfi wrKruwnt luulnn,-' . I(np LouFs PacfoiCo,, mrv for Ue eavt i:: . . Cirri. ) tO tMUC vi.,..n.L . ku ikt city, the aid ordrr to t is fall s' U claim' .f ." the eltv ta tv.. at i f U JS"" On woUoa of Air. Iv--. " m'tun of lao Box.T! f f -VTJrawi w.u concurrnl in brtbefnllasrJDC'vt. vie.: A van 5. . oone Tfio Import ot the Committee? on Claims unon the rf""on ' nornin r rccin.m. in nv'urJ t.ilIrJ UMo license, to-ctlicr n-ith the action of tlio IJonrJ of Aldermen upon thofime, was priMtitnl for coneur rent (tetlPn,onJ,oti motion uf .Mr. Ilarelny, the notion of f tiM llmrd ntid Cotwnlttoo wi concurri'd in, nnd tlio Clerk iiis'.ruetcd tofiiuo (.ollceno referr...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 17 January 1871

r i jj.) inning BY JOHN II. O.BERLY & TUESDAY. Wk congratulate our friunil, Mr. John Martin, .Jr., on liis ulcction ly tlio Ken tucky legislature to iho position of Statu lnndor. JIo hat) made tliu I'ntlu cah h'rntttckiun a hiiccoh, and it is ro frcHliinj; to learn that his party friends in tlio legislature have not neglected to Mrengthcn liis li.nul. Do. Tlio Sun editor iiifoniH the puliliu that ho may have occasion to give his opinion on the pending contro versy between TitK Ul'M.kti.v and Father O'llalloran, Do, friend Davis; let us have an opinion from you. Von gain nothing hy keeping all your opiu ions to yourself. Tho expro.t.vion of a good, hearty 'opinion, on Homo subject foreign to .John Logan and him .Senator will make you feel good for at leant u month. "Tho American Peace Society" i.Hito paper, dated at IJo.ton and (hieago, and edited by the ocrotarie, with tho object of producing n htrong public t-on-' timcnt in favor of fettling international difficulties by peacef...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 17 January 1871

THE NEWS. TERRIBLE DISASTER in the Mississippi River Steamer L I. IfdW Burned 'f'jPcariWI Iions of lift. 1 TIIK HTKAMEB r. .m'oh-i.. MkmiiiI!, .Tnnunry 15. Tlio stcmiicr Tl L. McUIH, from SU J.otils to cw 'orlonn, burned nt Shoo-Fly lar nt ! o'clock last night. the nm: Lroko outftfl, nnJ owing ton gale which was prcvMHng nt tho time, f uch wns tho papl Jity of tho floinci Hint tho passengers liaJ barely time to rush to tho bow nml plungo into tho water before tho Drowns upon them. To nilil to tho iionnonsoK Tim ici:.ve, tlio weather was intensely cold, and many who plunged into tho river wcro instantly chilled, and sunk to riso no more. tub scnvivons garo but Imperfect and connecting reports. The lwat had been aground for two day and had unloaded two hundred tons of her freight, In ordor to get over tho bar. Slio was laden with nine hundred tons of gen eral merchandise, including pork and coal oil. Just as tho passenger wcro prepar ing to retire, L inr. alarm or nun wu raised and a ...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 17 January 1871

0 THE O-sAXHO BTJXiXiSTIlNr, (TJsJlsnjJLtlZ' 17. announce3ients. I'm- C'lly .tlnralnil, Wo arc authorized to announce ANDKTIWCAIN n candidate for tlm olfica of City Marthal, Mill- ;uct lo llin ili-clslon of llio beiiHH'wtlf party. V.'onro milhorltcd to announce that IIK.NHV T. MAUTINwill be a candidate for llieolllceof (Illy Marshal, ut thu tiiaultig charter election, nib Jeet to the. derision oflho Democratic putty. Wo ara authorised to announce l'AUL W. ALLKN aa nil Independent candidate for the office of Oily M nratinl, iibjcct only to tlie tlccliion of til NApp. til" l or . It)- Clerk. At Ihe rcqucatof many friend, I am n candi date for tlm officii of City Clerk, subject to the de- el'innof the Democratic part). michai:lj. nowi.ur. HTILL IN T1IK VIKLX). Wo arc atilhorlred to announce tint name of J, T. THOMAS an a candidate for tlio office, of City Clerical tlio dialling municipal election. tl J. NCJILUUINUKK, Corner KIrIiIIi Nlrcot and Ohio I.ee, Orcr Vincent' Grocery (Store, I...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 17 January 1871

THE OAIBO jBTTXiXjETUsT, .X.A.:isruA.:E?Y" 17. gttrlitltiiht. GEN. SAM. HOUSTON. . i . Mora Abbntthe Vsslnit)' Termlitnltoti if flla UoiijuKM Itclutloiis. A ROMANTIC KTOHYt ' la tho Loulsvlllo Courier-Journal tip , Ktara tirticT)BlntlTo to tiioicparni on ; V IJf.Ucter! irt3Iouittin from Ills wife, jsPVana at. kUindonmentiif the flovonionililp of Tcnnr.Mco only lliroo ilny. nfter mat- jhge. Xhopjcrph wu suggested nv a statu rncnt frrnn thoflnlvcston Jf w, which iro food to rcmovd tho roll from thoptnttrale of" tho old licro'a licnrt by tlilsstrnngciinr. XmIItc: What' wo know about tilts matter Is to honorablo to him that we shall, for tho Ilrsttlme, pul.il In print. )Vo may pre jnito that our information Is tlerlvoU ill rcclly from one now deceased, who, du ring her life, had n right to know what rnuKHl that lran-jp eplsodo In tho life of the great num. Governor Houston's llrit bride wrj a Tcnnwico belle of surpassing beauty and of conaldornblo social rank. .Slio wa,lf not tho affian...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 18 January 1871

He fail 0 ilgfc Wnlklln. BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, JANUARY 18, 1871. ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT. WEDNESDAY. Tin: Chicago Tribune professes to bo dulihtctl with the succohs of Mr. Lo gan in ltia conto.it for United h'tatcH Senator. Tnr. President said thu other day 'T trust I am as ready to be converted j. . . . against mo uosiraniniy 01 annexation -as 1 nope ovory 0110 el.-c is to ho con- 1 t 1 "verted to it." Wliat an angel of meek ucsii Mr. Grant has become I Send for Sumner and Scburz and let the work of conversion go 011 Till: Senate Committee 0.1 Post-ollieesinii that of i.owder and liable to mnite ami Post-roads have agreed to report favorably on the bill to establish a line of American steamers between San Francisco mill Aiwlrnlin nmt tr. f.rfitit n subsidy of 8500,000 anuuully for twelve ycars,on condition that thirteen trips be made each year. Sii.vatoh Tit I'M HULL has prepared a bill making it n misdoinoannr for any member of Congress to ak an ofliee fro...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 18 January 1871

JUB OAXRO BXTXjXiBI'IJSr, J"-A.3Sr-C7E,-s' "lS .III f 9 THE NEWS. THE 1VAK. Tho news from feat of wtr In Frnnco Is meagre, trot sufficient totUov Hint the French contlmio lo receive erero blows from tlio Ornan nrmics. A London telegram dated 15th Inst, says that tlisjiatchcs from Versailles tnto that I'rJnco Frederick Charles nunouncci that Cbansy'i army is broken up, disor ganized, and retreating In threo directions. 0,000 prisoner! hnvo been taken. Another dispatch of tho ICth Inst, nn nounccs that Gen. Cranzy's army has liccn rc-organtzed and It about to resumu opera tions, but tbcro is probably no truth in tho announcement. There win heavy flRutlng on Saturday, near Longuery. Tho French accuse tbo Prussians of using petroleum In their shells. Tho New York World' special fays : Tho wounded in Paris nro bolnt; slain. Tho shells reach tho hospitals of Vnl-de-Graco, and Trochu lias Informed Von Jloltko that tho German wounded hnvo been placed there. Gcn.DucrotMpis sorlously ill ontl...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 18 January 1871

THE CAIRO BULLETIN, CTJTJJJLIZ: 18. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For City Marshal. Wc ore authorised to announce ANDIIKW CAIN an a candidate for tlm office of City Marahal, mil joct to tlio decision of tlie Democratic party. Wi lira nulhorltud tnnnnottncothat IIKNHY T MAUTIN Mill br, n can IMalo for the olllco of City Marshal, at Ilia etiauliiir charter election, sub Jrit to tliPi!fflfii nf llio Democratic party. We are authorised to announce 1'AUI. W ALLEN aann independent candidatufor tho oftico (if City Marshal, subject only to Un. decision o tllO'tOplc. Ill ror Clly Clark. At the rc.iueM of many friends, I am n cnii'll ilato for the nfilceof City Clerk, subject to the de cltiotiof the Democratic parly. MICHAEL J.HOWLKr. HTU.L IN TIIK FIELH. Wo aro authorised to announce I ho name of J T. TIIOMAH aa a candldalo for tho olllco of City Clerk at the enaulng municipal election. Id J. NCIILESIJVCIEIt, Corner riRtilli Hire r-t rtml Ohio I.e. ee, Over Vincent' Oroccry Slorc, Inform tins people of Cai...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 18 January 1871

18. 11 t Commercial. Monday Krenlnjr, Jan. 1C, UT1. lluiinrss, within the last tlirco lUy'i ! Imtirorod. Comml.lon tnen nro receiv ing more liberal consignments fromttbove, nd the forwarding men nro being Actively engaged In traniferrlng freights for tlio Mo bllend Ohio railroad and down-river polats. ..Therthainlsobcen n considerable IncrMio in tbo receipts of taoduco for our ' " loveo merchants, find Altogether tlioro Is " mora healthy tono in the market. Tho threatened opening of tho river be tween hero nnd St. Louis ha wnrdod ' off by tho now "cold nit;." I" Iias begun to run frcoly, nnd If tho weather doc not modcrnto within a few days, the river will ' again bo clotod as cITeclual) y n. It was a wookortwoago. M'o nolo an ndvnnco in meats nil round, i and n continuanco of tho Activ ity In tbo demand for tho low. grade of Flour, which nro scarco nnd sail readily on arrival. Oats nro firm nt prices quoted below. Corn und liny aro weak, nnd i prices nniteady. FLOUK. Tho market is ...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 19 January 1871

nlktin. .-. - - nATTnTT,T.T1rmR'.TANUABY 1871. 1!Y JOHN II. OBERLY & THURSDAY. I'nANK IJI.AIH, in u Into Npecoli iii tlio Missouri liiginluturi!, denounced the Jladieal jtulioy ol" rcconiitruclioii ami reiterated tlic niiitimcntH of his cele brated llroadlioad letter. "In tlmt ' letter," lio oxelaimed, "I nn.-erted tlmt the Jiiilitary should be inadu to undo "tHurpiitioiit at tliu Hotitli. I Bay no -Mill 1 And you lutvu only to v, ithdrnw "the army from the .States of that sec "lion and their work will bu undone. 'That carrion crew of carpct-ba-'who tiro Horded upon the plunder and "drunk with the blood of the va.e 'iiiidiud people of the .Soutn, will dU "perm tlicitisolvo in n" in.-tant if not ".titained by the bayonets of the Kim! "eral "overuuicut." TliU utterance created intense excite tuetit anions the Radicals who u-ed every poililo effort to draw from hi nupport tho Lib eral Republicans and defeat him for I'nitcd ."tato Heiiatcr. The truth alarm them, ami they fling every...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 19 January 1871

I iU e 1 5 r . -W - i 7J oernn IS, In Hoc, " Vermillion, , i.J .. -Vr- Kolxrts nominnttHi, a D .n.xvoi awpncn a, !uiii, Tfi.... . Turner, and Mr. Hlrifb. ll&yiif &t, Clilf, " behalf of tbo lb6r ing daises W'UUua II. Snyder. Lofian roceirtJP?totM Turner ?1, and Snjder Tbe Joint session will meet to-day at soon, sud Logan will receiro tlie void of all tbe whlpied-In Radicals 131. To-day tho Legislature will adjourn until tbo "'tli Suit. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS POLITICAL. ()c tbo 17th itut, tbo Democrats of Con noctlcut nominated Gov. James K. Eng liihfor Governor, Julius HotcliWss fur Lieutcnant-GoTcrnor, Thomai M. "Walter, for Secretary of State; OUai. M. Hand for Treasurer, and Scth II. Logan for Comp troller. Hon. Lot M. Morrill vu elected "United States Senator frorn Maine on tho 17lh tmt The Labor Reformer, of Massachusetts. hTe thrown Wendell Pblllipa overboard. Hon. Wm. WIndom u clecUd United States Senator from Minnesota on thsj 17th Inst. II! term commence on the 4th of M...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 19 January 1871

THE CAIRO IBTTLLETIiJSr, CrAlfTTJA.KX" 19. SUfte ullf;tin. I'nr Vtty .Yfaralinl, Wo am uiithorlied toannminco ANtMIKVl'Al.N nun candidate fur llm ollico of City Marshal, Mile j-ctl tho decision of the licmoTnllc inrly. Wmini authorised tiiAnnounenlluitllKNItY T MAHTt.S' will bourn.. Mil ' f. . the (illlco of City .Marshal, at llm (l: .uiif. In .or clwtlon, sub ject In tin-ilprl olou of th" Ivrn'vrMlr parly. mh authorised to iiuii'iiini-u I'Atll. W. AI.I.K.V usnn inilt-pcnili-nt rnmlM att fur llm ofllto of City Marshal, subjii t only In tlm ilii'lslun of III" pcllpl" I'or i Ity S'li-rk. Atlhe rniMMft of iniii) friends, I mil n tnnd1- it.it for Hie offleeof lly dirk, subject lolho ile- nnunof tlm Iii'iiKH'iullf parly. .Mlrlf.tlX J, II'MVMX Hi iti, in tiik rii:i.n. V am nuii.oriioil to announce, tho nnmi- of J, T. THOMAS e r caudulata fur llio ollk'o.of (;lly (li-rkHt the ensuing iininl"ll.il election. M .1. SVHt.V.'MSiil'At, C.ii iiiT HlKtilli Street ittul uliln ! t, n-r Vitf'nfn fir"...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 19 January 1871

L4 r If twis THE ' . i ,i i - Mflfl 1 111) lilIT llfTi 1 'HI l?,t) I tiCkkt auk.ncv. CAIRO BRAIVOIE OK TIL' SOOTS & SHOES I mm,. """" "r ' ' """" t (S , .1 J J A . I ' ll1 XI . in. - ... It-ks TJT .ltr ! . . Lirf -fi n t v an A Si frl.n, VV'P '! I, ..lillt.1 III " " I kllOl' I "f -n:.T- '.-ailnlj n Ull rilOIIK lit If I UlfuU' liltmd Mllflii .J'io.TJai)l.o 1 wimiof liiMii"; .ivf MP cuf- Rldd) -rri hat" lit Mfti Of lifo IHuv mill faiurtL 1 i W h ' M IiimiIii niiufliiuntd ' praj ' AltdoalllilyMllllW W. "icl 1 fusli U,riii i" '""'i 1 In'lJ w'i'i M-ed. pel I, 'Infr 6ni5 IrtVh'r tfWk1 T-. blitkaP l"l t'-a l, . VfMi' ' wn I.iiiti iwl ju hiiJ ih.wilip-i fmilu) t'-' I i(itl millnC uMu.niklniU IvfhMii thn, M hat v1 lift' iki" t)l i Hiiuitj4li'" I I trilf i-inj prwiflnr W II,. .t-rj'tiHIc !f,t!hfti I'll An I niH&iiiiifHilV'Vili w i lorn wiWIrfi nla'S PiSale. udlalillarullM'i. Why. Uamrmnt)- wwH n"11 t pK-iMh iVnr il.i- tin tt ul . jlliJ.1 .liij-tw!-T,l-l",3t -Vli. tm. wurtiMir-l'i' 1 1...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 20 January 1871

ulletim Hi BY JOHN H. OBERLY & FRIDAY. Sknatou Bkvckiikik iufurincd tho Senile hfit Tuesday, that lie could not forget that Ills sifter and saiutcd mother were women. Who asked him to for qot thin important fuel? candidaU of the Democrat for United States SjWitor.'-irtajjiOBUMkd m the J)emcrscTHsHS by Hon.fJ. Vt'afco Webb, of this county. An Englishman, living InlVoudoti, I hart received a letter of thanks from President OnnX. Tho profent ms a hat to cover His Excellency's head. If home H!fton could be induced to nend Ihiiu a head with a modicum of braitw I in it, the country would have reason to I rejoice. The Saulabury lamtly aro clearly lthc owners ot the Htatc of Delaware. iThe preiwut Governor, brother ol lUnitcd State Senator Saulsbury, has been nominated by tho Democrats to become his brother's eolleaguc in the Senate, on the 4th of March next The IladicaFoT tiitTMissouri legis- llaturc, in nominating Ex-Scuator Hen- Idcrson as their candidate, in opposition 'to Nr. Hlair...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 20 January 1871

the a-A.i.R.0 BTTXiXjEiTiasr, jirrrK, 20 irlfftftm THE NEWS. Drake's Successor. w j j: UemBla'ElMtri VnUtd Staid Btu. ator bj S JTstorlty. THE SlC.V.HORtAL QUESTION. Jr.rnno5 Cnr, Jan. 18. Tho Sen ntc and Ucuso Lavirijr fatM yesterday to ngrce in thoir ciolco of n successor to Juds Drake, in'tlio United States Senate, tctb houses met Iti Joint tcfilon, n lire tJJedly Iaw, nl noon today, nnd pro ceeded to ballot upon the claims of tlio scv oral gentlemen presented. Tho joint sol tlon being organized, tho clinlr, Llouteuant Governor Qravcllcy, appointed ns tellers to cast up tho vote, Mr. Ilolllns, on tho part of tho Seriate, and Mr. Blttcngor, on tho part of tho Home. Tho roll, first of tho Senate then of the House, being called tho result was announced y tho chair ns follows : Total number of votes, cast ftmatc 32 Uouio 1S1 ICC Kcccuary to a choice 84 Of which F. 1'. Blair received ; 102 .!. II. Henderson CO J. I". Benjamin f THE WAR. VON BISMARCK DYING Bcurbakl Rcpala cdptererc Hel...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 20 January 1871

KCE OAIBO BTJLHiElTIlsr, JA.lsrTJA.-X-20. m War Cllr Marshal. W are authorised loannounrei ANDUKWCA1N a a candidate for tho office of City Mmrnhil. tub Jict ( the docMon of the Democratic party. W aro tuthoriuxl to announce that HUN'HY T. MARTIN will be a candidate for the office of City Mri!i1, at tho cnsulnt! charter election, sub ject to thedaclslon of tho Democratic party. We are authorised to announce PAUL W. Al.IKN aa an Independent candldato for the office of City MnhaJ, subject only to tho decision of the people. td for fUr Clerk. Altho rciucitof many frieixln, I am a candl. date for tho office of City Clerk, iii.jmiiiiiii' ue clsiouof Ilu U.mocratlo party, MICHAEL J.IIOWI.KT. HT1LL IN TIIK F1KLI). Wm .a nilm.l.Atl in annnunpo the name of T. THOMAS an a candidate for the offlce of City Clerk at the ensuing municipal election. m J. NllLKHINOI3Kf Ce aaer ElRkUs Utreet OtaloLewte, tit er Vincent' Orocery Store, Inform, the tieopU of Cairo that he haa purchased and refitted In t...

Publication Title: Cairo Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cairo daily bulletin. — 20 January 1871

""""" Jiang QaiiBd BtxaiiiEJiiKr, jittja.r,-2- ao A CMcaco bov. lictne ni kod if ho lind n mother, mid ho didn't know, ns Iio Imdn't been home since morning, nnd when Ijo left bis fnlhor nnd mother were quarrel ling, with odd In favor 6f, ills father, ns he cad the hatchct,in hit hanili , Htartaebe Caret!, Tho breach ofpromlsocnso ntOikuloosn. between George Orlllltli, tbnchelor, unci Emm Hllow, maid, torrolnated in r.'voii diet for the latter fpt $1,000 diunngci. She" tued him for Uto times thnl much, but tho jury cotiidn tconvinco themselves thnt nor nenrt wns to VAiunuie lortno injury low focrcat. xnoy vrcro probably wwier and couldn't tee how onoplrco tt ucsli should bo worth more than a vbole drove of fot cattle. It Ii thought lli(0 will como to tho Supremo Court on n bill ofex ceptioni. The Iiinorciicof Clilldlitioil. At a neighbor' houie wns a very bright lltttu I'lrl. if rhanced onco that they find a guest, minister, nnd nn esteemed friend. little Annio watched him very cloi...

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