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Mayor llunrjr Wlutiir.
Traaurer B. F. Parker.
Counaolor-Win. H. Gilbert.
Staralial (). I). Arlcr.
Attorney W. (J,. Mriiit,
Police Juai(latratn J. J. Illrd.
Hiuiiii or Ai.iiKitmix.
Ptrnt Vnl (ii-ii. Yornni. Win. O'Cullahin.
Her.ond Ward-Wood IttttntihwiiMa, N. It. Tliintlo
wood. Third Ward-W. P. Wright, John Wood.
Fourth Ward -Charle- O. Paller, 0. J. Foley,
fifth Ward-T. W. llalllday, Cliaa. l.autaur.
Clrenlt Jndie- 0. A. Darker.
ClruiltClerk-J. A. Itevvca.
Cyunty J udiro-K. H. Yim:hui.
i.'ounty Clerk S. J. 11 u in m.
County Altoriwy-W. C. Mulke.
County Tre.a-urer.--A. J. Alden.
Hheriff John lleije,
Coroner K. Fitxi'cra.t..
County Comml-ioi'e.-- T. W. Hallldajr, M. V
Brown, Hatnui-l llrlley.
APHICAN M. K.-.Fourteenth atreet. between
Walnut and Cedar -treet-; -ervlce- SabhatQ 11
a. ai. and T:3i) p. in.; fcuuday Hchool 1:30 p. m.
(MIRISTIAN-Klghteentn atreet; mating Sab
J bath l'J:: p. in. , pitavhluif. occaotonally.
CHCItcn OF TUB REDE KM Ell tKplf copal)
Fourteenth atreet; Morning jirera (fSabbalh)
tu;30 a. in.; tveafBK pravera, 7:30 p.m.; Salibutb
achool t a. m. Uev. bt. t. Wllon Lee. Rector.
UURST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCU.
r Preaching at 10::Wa. m., a p. m., and !:' p. m.
Mbnath achool al 7:31) p. lu. llcv. T. J. chorea,
f UTIIKRAN-Thlrteenth itreet; aorvicea Kab
I J balh II a. in. aud 7: p. m.; Sunday achool Ha.
ii. Kef. Du.rachuer. oa-tur.
MKTHODIST-Cor. F.lghth and Walnut -treeta;
Prearblnif Hahbalh lu:.t) a. m. and 7 p. m.;
prayer meeting, Wedne-datr 7::) p. m.; hunday
shool, 3 p. in. lie.. A. P. Morri-on, paator.
1RKriBYTKHIAX-Kli!lith atreet: preaching on
haobath at ll:OU a. m. and ":.') p. m.; prayer
aieclint Wedne-dav at 7:.10p. m.; Sunday School
it) p. bi. Rev. II. Y. tieorfce, pa-tor.
SECOND KRKKWII.I, IIAPTIST - Fifteer th
O -lre.el, between Walnut aud Cedar atreet-; r
ticea habbatb at Sand T:.10 p. m.
ST. JOSRl'll H-dtomao CalhoHn Corner Cro
and Walnut at recta; -ervlee- hi'ibaln 10::u a.
ai.; Hunday hehool at p- m.; Vepera a p. tu.; -er-f
Icea evury day at B p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S -i Itoman Catholic! Corner Ninth
trect and V.'a-hlimton avenue; -.f-vtce. Sab
null 8 and U) a tn.; Veer 3 p. in.; Monday School
( f m. ; service ever) day at s p. m. Uev. F. Zabel,
i KNKKAL PKI.1V. Kill open . :: a. ni. ; uoe
VI tt:.J p m.; Miii'iav: s to a ni.
Money Order Depaitmeul open al c a. m.; cioe
'VhroMsn Fpre Mail via llllnoU Ceiitrnl and
yiwlMinpl ivmral Idllrondf i l-e at p. m.
Cairo ami 1'ilar lllufl" Through and Way Mall
iw. at in , , , ....
IV air il i'l via Il!inni Central. Cairo and Mil-evvi-t
and .Vi-f.";'' Central Kailroadi" tloee. at
' wiy Mil! fur Narrow (!aiiK i:.iUr.ad -Iom- at ii
'cYronr.d !ainvi! lliver Holitu clii"- at K::S0
; ra. i!".l' feirepl FrlJnyi.
pAlKO CITY EERltY CO.
THREE JZZEkZ STATES.
,...f4 i.te titavt
font Kourili M Miooiirl I.snd'i;. Kc ntuckyJ.d i;.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
4 i m.
r: W a. m.
ID:') a. in.
H a. m.
11 a n..
3 p. m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
TIIMNS I.l'.AVK CAIUO
Kali at ljf.p.m J
Emrea- al I I ' p-l :
fi'ditat 4:ila in.... except Sum ay
fwiKlliat " &:() p.m.... except Sunday
AllltlVK AT CAIUO
4MK) am I,n"'
.... .:) p. m exrept Sunday
........ H:KI a ni....exeei't Monday
, ' tt::tOp.m except Sunday
JAMK.S JUllNSON lleniml Aent.
Kn ight ....
UO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
If. V. SMi rillOUs. It -o. iv. r.
fllOHTWT SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Timo H h'luli:
Throiiirli V.iprean leavea Cairo 10:0) a.m.
Ti!nm -h Kxpr. arrive- at K. St. Louie.. U:4 p.m.
Tlir..ull Kxpro-a leavea K. Si. l,oii,.... J; . " '
IhrounU Kxpnina arrive- at Cairo.. ...... .
lltirpllveloioai:niiiMiicmaiinii irair., .n
Mif ihvaliiini Ace. arrive-at Mur.iliv-boro JJ:I' ";
Murpliyilioro Arc. leave- Murphv-boro. . n:.4i i
Jlnrpiiy-lioro Arc. arrive- ut Cairo 13 M
TlieCulM JtHl. LoiiU Ri.ll Kiid I- th only U
ItnllHotile l.elweeu Cairo and SI. Loll'- under om
luamiKeineiil. ll.ereforu there ar; n
aay atall-ti- iial',ln eonneet.oli- fx-ni 1
Clii-eand -iiieronneelloii- al St. LouW witli olai.r
line- fur No: Hi. Kael and We-I.
AW'lit tii-neriil Minuter.
("jXl UO AsTl'NtliESlLR'
im mrvaTiiii hiiortew houtb
Ul 31 1 IjKo KvmiNvllU".
irf Hfll 1.13 TIIR HUORTErAT TO I.OI'IS
17 MILES viM.K. t'INClNNATI, UAL
T1MORK AND WAM1I1NOTON.
01 UTI IQTIIR HHOHTBST TO INDIAN;
31 JULES APULia,l,iULAUKLPillA,NKW
HOOK AND 1I08TON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralua of all ottior ronton making tbo tamo
rerI,annwra hy nthnr rntitea to waka connec
Nona niu-t rlnu all iiIkIU. waltlnit front one to -Ix
linura ut -mail country atallom lor imlua of con
I) i; Hf V K It W l?T II r ACT amlAnko our 4 :44
KlM I'ilMnl'iU lt, m. train, reaciunit tvvaua
villa, IniHnnapolla, ClnclnnnU and lulavlllo -nine
v. Tralua Uiavo aud arrlva at Cairo m follovva!
liaH arrlvea ltt'iaip.m.
1'hrouKlt tkkoLa and clmcka tu all Important
f'!'a! MILt.KR IWlbWiM. MILLRR.
Man I Pa-. Aifenl. , Oanril Buu't.
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Proprietor.
Of all descriptions to order at
To Ordci on Shoi't Notice.1
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Xcte Heads, 5 and 6 Pound
Bill Heads, Hand 10 Pound
Statements, 5 and G Pound
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
Whito and Colored
SADLKRY AM) IIARX ESS.
gADDLEKY AND HARNESS SIIOI1
JAMES M. KINNEArJ
In the old Lndwlz & IWrtvart ntnnd, neaj tlir
Arab EhkIiip Hoiuf.
Cairo, Illinois. I
IS prepared to do all kinds of work In nix line,
cheeply, cxpedlclouHly.and in a thorough lork
niaullke manner. He invite patronage and ruar
auteet aatl'factlon in every particulur. '
ALEXANDER COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Stwet,
F. BIIOS8, President.
P. NF.FF. Vice Preaident.
H. WKLLH. Caahler.
T. J. KfcltTII, Aaaiaunt Caehler.
F. BroM, Cairo;
Peter Noff. Cairo!
C, M . Onfiutx,. ,
K. Iiuder. Cairo;
William Kluee, Cairo;
William Wolf, Cairo:
. t JtUllnffalejr, L LmU;
. i. vieamoo, (.aieuonja.
A GENERAL BANKIN'O Bl'8INE8S DONE. Ex-
X change ol and bonht. Intereat paid In
Having! IJeparttuent. Collectlnna made and
buaineaa promptly attended to.
aid In the
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1869.
OFVICL IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on deponita March lit and Sep
tember lt. Interest uot withdrawn in added Im
mediately to tbe principal of the depoalta, thereby
giviiii; them compound imerert.
ny Children and married women may deposit
money unci no one else (un ilrnw It
WALTER IIYSLOP. TnEAsci-.KH.
rpilE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
Caf ro, lllinoin.
W. P. HAIMPAY. 1'rei.Hent.
II. I.. 1IAI.I.IHAY. Yiee.l'reridont.
WALTIiW II YSLol'. easier.
. STAAT TATIlU.
IIEMIV I.. IIAI.I.IIiAV.
O. U. WILLIASHiN,
W. 1'. IIAI.I.niAT.
II. H. II SSI Mi II.'.
II. II. CAMiEC.
! Kxcluiiicc, Coin anil TnitpJ States Iioiid;
IIOVCIIT AND S0I.Ii.
H. pi.l! received and a general bankiug bn-inca-coi!-ur;ed.
WHOLKSALK WINKS ANP Llyl'ORS
K. M. Storkfleth.
Sueve-fora to F. M. Ptockneth,
l:nportoris tml "NVholiimlo clouliM'B in
Foreign nnd Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly 1-lnnd, Catawba. California and lnv
ported Port, Mierry, .Medura Wine- uud Cbam
NO. 02 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
It SMYTH k (JO.,
Whole-ule and Retail Ui
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines ot all Kinds.
NO. (10 OHIO LEVEE.
1 KS'UIS. SMYTH A CO. have coli-tanUv A Inrm
.ll -tuck of the be-t )!ood- In the market and tflve
e-pi'cliil attenfloti to the wbole-ulu brunch si the
FLOUR. GRAIN' AXD HAY
llisbcst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
MORNING, MARCH 19. 1870.
TtE KLI.CVI'E. Kr.
I)n. U. H. SrrvitNa:-
noar'HIr, I muct hi ale that vour Veretlno do-
ierve to be c alle4 a valuable, blood purlller, reno-
vator aim nui.pmuir ii uio wnoiu -v-tem. wy
wlf.i -uffered for a lenittb of tlmnwllb Hcrofula Sore,
on the leer. Shu took -evurul holt lea of Yeuetlun.
The reullH were -urpriHlni;; it cured her. while all
the former remeuie- tailed to irive aati-fartlon .
Ile-pectfully, T. F. THICK.
I know the above tn be true,
DrtidKlct and Apothecurv, IWt Monmouth -t.
Vkijetimb For oradlrntlntr nil Impurltifa of tbo
blood Iromlha aynteni. It ha unequal. It ha- nev
er failed to effect a cure. kIvIhk tone and Htrengto to
tbe -ynteiii debilitated by dlreaee.
lJurili(;s tlio I Mood.
Boston, Mac-., Oct. 12, IH77.
Mb. R. II. Stcvs-:-
I)ear Sir. I have huen u-lni Veiretlnc for aome
time with the irreate-t -utiafaction. and can bluhlr
recommend it a a great cleaner and purifier of tbe
blood. J. L. HANAFOKD.
Paator of Egleilon-iquare M. E. Church.
KcmroL-aKK-a. and all derancementa of the ncrv
eaa alfai. am u-ually connected with a dlMta-ed
conultion of the blood. Ikbillty la a frequent ac
companiment. Tbe fir-t thlnic to be done la to lm
prove the condition of tbe blood. Thia la arcom-
pll-hed by taking Vegeiine. It I- a nerve medU
cine, and poea-ea a controlling power over the
Will Cure Rheumatism.
Cincinnati, April 0, 1H77.
Mr. II. R. Steven:
I)ear8lr.-I have ued your medicine, the VeEe
tine, fur Rhi'Uinutiam with great aurce-a , and be
lieve it to be the beet medicine for that complaint
that there I-. 1 al-o know It la a good blood purl.
Her. a"d at the pre-ent time am a-ini; It ai the be-l
-prini; medicine that I know of. I take irreat plea--ure
in recomuiendiug the Vctetlne t" mv friend-.
TiiofaANii-will hear te-timony (and dolt volun
tary ), that Venetlne 1h the ben medical compound
yet placed before the public for renovating and pn
rifyini; the blood, eradieatiii)! all humor-, Imparl
lie, or p(iinonii- accretion- from the -y-tem de
bllitnlcil hv di-i-aae; lu fad. it l. a muny Lave
culled it. -The iJreal Health Ri-torer."
Atiu.cr, Ii.i... Jan. 13. lH.
II. K. Sti:vkx-:
I)e:irS;r.-l bnvehcen llsin; Ve.'i'tlll" fer Uy-pep-f-ia.
and find mure relief from It llinii all the' other
medicine- lcvericd. There i-nothlni; like It for
Uipepnu. MRS. M. K. FOWLKS.
I nm per-nnnlly n qualntei with Mr-. Foulk-.
and eau certlfv lli'at the ubov tat'-menl I- l me.
W. C. PACE. -M.U..
Hrii.".'iht. A.hl.-j. III.
Tuof-ANii- si'KAK. Vesntlne I- acknowledged
and reeominended by phv-ieiun- nnd apotherarie
to In the le-t pur tier and rlean-er of blood yet dl--covered,
nnd thoiinnd- peak in ll- pmi-e who
have been P'-t .red to heallli.
II. Ii. STEVENS, ROSTON, MASS.
Vwlliif U Sold Ry all Iirnsyisls-,
"NSUUAN('E AliENCY OF
"Wells A: Kehth,
l idf Montreal. Can. 1
British America a.o.
"Iil1vi11n t"lw ')I Marine (Millvllle, N.J.)
JllllMUL ( A-r-et-.SI.iJ.ysT.iH.
PnntTni'Pci'il . ,()f Nl'w Vork ny
LUlllUll H lill f A-aetN SM5.ail4.8ti.
T'n ivii ' (Ot riiiUtlelphla: eiaMI-hed In 1M.)
L II A-eta. $J:!,li!.Ull.
L'uvllvhV . 1 (Of Dayton, OA.
X UCilKUl n,AMit- $I10,LM.IH1.
'. . (Of Freiport, 111.).
UCI llldll f A-et- MS5.K7.fl3.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATKS.
Offli-o in Aloxrinilor l.'nuntv Utink.
H 'A C
C. IT ANNY,
WhoU anlc mill Retail
Pry Goods and Clothing,
n00T8 AND Kill El3,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
tAh Cairo, Til.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, Mareli, 18, 3:00 p.m. Wheat
quiet Winter, 9s0s 4d; Spring, 7s 9d
8h 3d; California nveraye, 8s llilD4l;
California club, Ca 3d0s 8d. Corn new,
KF.W YORK OKAIN.
New York, Mareli 18, 12:09 p.m.- Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 041 05;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $t 0(1; Red Winter, f 1 04
1 14; No. 2 Red Winter $1 10l 10
No. 2 Anther, $1 111 13. Corn
quiet Aim Steamer, 444'; No. 3, 43;
No. 2, 44$.
CUICa.00 ORAIN AND PllODCCE.
Cuicaoo, March 18, 10 a. m. Pork-
April, 10 0310 07; May, f 10 17K&,
10 30. Corn May, 30. Wheat April,'
CniCAQO, March 18, 12:00 m. Corn
May, 36 bid. Pork -April,. $10 12
10 15; May, $10 25. Wheat April, 90;
Chicago, March 18,2:30 r. m. Wheat
April, J0; May, 94r8tt5. Corn-April,
3i;i532i; May, Pork-April,
$10 1710 20; May, $10 3510 37;
June, $10 47.
Washisotos, March 17. The agony is
over and the triumph of Tilden is complete
in the election of Randall to the speaker
ship, which is assured by nomination on the
first ballot by a vote of 75 to 57 for Black
burn. John Thompson for surgeant at-arms
uiul General Fields were nominated by ac
clamation. Stewart, the present postmaster
was nominated, which also leaves the or
ganization of the hous'.! unchanged.
. Ml DIsi'oslTIoN TO HOLT.
was manifested nnd the utmost harmony
prevailed throughout the entire, proceedings
although the result is a bitter 'disappoint
ment to the Ulackhurn men and is regard
ed ns :in unfortunate one for the interests
of the Mississippi Valley. Adams, the
present clerk of the house, identiiied him
self with the Randall faction, aud by so do
ing managed to pull through by n vote of
7(1 to (it. Four of tins Missouri delegates
voted for Randall. Messages of congratu
lation are being sent to Tilden by Randall's
friends. A caucus of the Democratic sena
tors was held to-day, nnd it was agreed
that the nomination for the
should be made on the morning of the 20th
inst. The select committee appointed to
re-organize the senate committee had not
completed their report. A committee of
nine was appointed to confer with tho house
in regard to the order of business at the
Senator Reck offered a resolution, the ef
fect of which was to limit the legislation
to the consideration of the the two annual
appropriation bills which failed at the last
session and the repeal of the election laws,
the jurors' test oath and the act prohibiting
the presence of troops at the polls. This
resolution created considerable discussion,
and it was dually referred to a cominitte of
nine, consisting ot S.-iiators Thurinan,
Saulsbury, Whyte, ICei non, Jones of Florida,
Railey, Lamar, Voorhees and Vance. All
the Democratic senators were in attendance
The Republican caucus of the house was
held to-day. Rut little interest was mani
fest"d at the making of nominations as it
was considered an idle ceremony. After
fric nominations ot
m.NI'.r.AI, tSAF.FIKl.D Ft III HPKAKKK,
and Raiuey of South Carolina, for clcik,
and the adoption of a resolution providing
that the legislation of the, extra session
should be confined to the passage of the
two tippropii.ition bills that went oyer, the
caucus was adjourned.
HMON AM) TIIF. WIDOW
Tho casu of Mary S. Oliver agaiiwt Hon.
Simon Cameron for $."0,()00 damages for
breach of promise of marriage came up in
circuit court to-day. The plaintiff testified
that in 1 87.1 Cameron proposed mairiiige to
licr, und shu accepted him. Th n
letters irom Cameron were unbuilt
ted, one of them closing tvhh
thu sentence! "You will bo my wile." Cam
eron did not como to the house whew she
lived as he said that people there did not
like it. Shu aw him quite often in the
city. Ho would come from Ilarrishurg
ubout onco in every two weeks until con
grcH met and then she would see him at a
committed room. There were Improper
privileges taken wiMi her by Cameron dur
ing the existent of tho engagement
Tho Ortienbackers decided to-nig!i
oust their vote for llcndrlck 11. Wright "f
NEW SERIES-NO. 229.
Pennsylvania for speaker. Unless thej cut
make their opposition fe'.t on tho spcaker
tihip they will probably offer no trenuou
opposition to candidates for other position!.
THE ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
Special to the Tlmea-Journal.
SpitiNonKLi), 111., March 17. The enat
was to have held a session thia morning,
but there being no quorum an adjourn
ment was taken until two o'clock, at whick
time nothing better was shown, and the
ienHt5 adjourned until 10 o'clock to-morrow
The house will, at 5 o'clock thia evening,
immediately adjourn until morning, a
there will be no quorum present.
The Irish societies very generally cele
brated St. Patrick's day in this city.
The secretary of state to-day licensed
the Chicago School Furniture comany ; capi
tal stock, $30,000. .
A large number of lobbyists from Chicagtr t
and elsewhere are expected in Springfield
The governor will go to Jacksonville to-dagrtd-wet
the trustees of the Central In
sane asylum, and to inspect and receive
behalf of. the state the new completed'
buildings thereto attached. '
THE SITUATION AT SITKA AS DESCRIBED Bt
TUE COMMA.NDEU OF THE 08PIIEY.
Sax Francisco, March 17. The official
report of the commander ef the Britisk
gunhoat Osprey, new at Sitka, is received,
here by telegraph via Victoria. He de
scribes the situation at length, showing
that there are about 320 whites ut Sitka, oC
whom (18 are capable ot bearing arms.
The Indian village adjacent contains
at no time less than 400 warriors, and
generally 500 and upwards, while within
day or two's travel in canoes are sev
eral thousand, closely connected by ties of
kindred. Since the withdrawal of troop
the Indians have torn down a good deal of
the stockade guarding the town, and at the
time of the arrival of the Osprey, a young-
chief who had ironc to rouse tho neighbor
ing tribes to sack the town, was momenta
rily expected to return. The report con
cludes as follows: ''In conclusion I beg to
state that I feel certain that the presence
ot Oliver YVolcott and this ship has averted
serious calamity, and that it hi my firm con
viction that nothing but permanent protec
and some sort of government having author-'
ity will enable white people to live hero
without molestation from Indians, to carry
on their trade and develop the resources ot
A Diskase that Wrecks the System.
Every function is deranged, every nervo
unstrung, every muscle and liber weakened
by fever and ague. It is, i:i fact, a disease
which if unchecked, eventually wrecks the
system. In all its type, in every phase, it
is dangerous, destructive. Stupor, delirum,
convulsions, often attend it, and cause dis
olution. Rut when combatted with Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters its foothold in tho
system is dislodged, and every vestige of
it eradicated. That benign imti-febnle
specific aud preventive of the dreaded
scourge is recognized not only within our
ow.i boundaries, but in tropics lauds far
beyond them, where intermittents and re
mittents are fearfully prevalent, to be a suro
antidote to the malarial poison and a relia
ble means overcoming disorders of tim
stomach, liver and bowels, of which a vitia
ted torrid atmosphere and brackish miasiua
tainted water are extremely provocative.
All emigrants aud travelers should be sup
plied with it.
You Mist Cuke that Couch. Witlt
Shi loh's Consumption Cure you can cur
yourself. It has established the lact that
Consumption nut be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma.and
all ilisea.sesofThro.it and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an ecpual, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
c.liihl, and no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a liottltt
ami if what we say is not true we will ro
fund the price paid. IVlce 10 cts. 50crs.
and $1,00 per bottle. If y..tir Lungs sro
sore or chest or back lame use IShlloh's Por
ous I'uistcr. Soid by li.Mcny Brothels.
Have you Dyspepsia, ntv you Omstipar
ted, have you a Yeilow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitaiizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will vmi continue to suffer
when you can be cuic I on such 'terms as
these. Price 10 cunts, mid 75 cents. Sold bjr
Wei.is Persian Perl time "IlnckinetMck'
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
A Caud. To all who tiro sutlering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, lobs of man
hood, vVe., 1 will send a' recipe that will curt
you, free ok ciiAUUE. 1 hiM great n-medy .
was discovered by a missionary in Sm'Ji
America. Send a hall'-adilr ssede,!, i !opc
the Ucv. Joseph I. I n ..t ..s, Motion u. uibln
I. !, v Yi''k C e