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I", .NclT, Vic I'rei't. T. .1. Kftili, Ami.
BEE IWi mi,
Corner Commercial Ave. nnd Hth Street
K. Ilrntu, Culro Win, Klure, Culrn.
I. Niir. i:nirn. Win Will ff. Cnl ii.
Siisanka, Culm, It, 1.. lllllitiifsluy, 1 l.nl
I nii'f fit ninni ninn
r' II llrliikinaii,."!. I",!,
. IJt iii'liil IliinkliiK IIiinIiicm Dump
t'i;'lmiiK,t'olil ami lioiiijlit In If rut paid
t Ml Mnrltur. I),,.,-,,,...,.! IV.llil I,.... .,n,lj
ml nil business iirinn .1 1 y atlr'udcil hi, '
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
TV' V HAM.IIIAY, I'rcaldetil.
IIKNItY Ij. IIAI.I.IDAY, Vliel'md
A II HAFFUKII, Cishlrr.
WALTKII IIYNI.OI'. Asa't Cashier.
HTAATH TAYUin, It, II CCKMKUMAU,
It, 1 llAI.I.IOAT, W. 1' II tl.UMT,
i, li, Wn.LlAWkof , tSTKriitN mi),
A II. Barrow,
Excbango, Coin and United States
.uonciB uougnt ana aoia.
KPOHITS n-cclTefl ana a gem-rul lanUog
f Enterprise Savings
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIKO
A II SAKFOltD, I'ruMrnt
S b TAVI.OIt, Vice President.
W. 11 YhLor, Sec'v and Treasurer.
IIahclat, Chas Galiuiikx,
blOCKfLIIII. I'a'.'LI! Scncn.
It. II I'lJWIMiltAM, II I, Halliuay,
J. M ririLLirs.
I.VTi:iti:ST pall on deposit it the rate of t
percent cr annum. Murcti lit ami f-iti-m
jt lit Interest not withdrawn U wMi-l linrne
llately to the principal of the dejioaiM, thereby
Ilvlnit them ej,miound luterwt.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
clso can draw it.
)K-n cvtry buslnessilay IroiiiHu m. to.t p.
J .-aturtUyevenlnits fur savings deposit 01
rom C to o o'clock
W. HYHT.QP. Treasurer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,,
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Clone.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av,
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON KAN
MAN UFACTOIIY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Streot
SIXTH STREET, Between oniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hla own Horso Shoes and
can Assure uooa worn,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, a. zxuoiHi
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Cor. Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
tJ'County nnil llllrodVork' a Specially
yitlUM K. SMITH, M. D.
IlKSIDKNCK N 41 Thirteenth strrel. he
IwwQ Wuililnxton avenue mill Walnut sln-ct
OFFICII: North side of Highlit street be
tween Commercial ami Washington avenue.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
OFFlClh Corner Hixth fclrrct anil Ohio Ii'Tie.
UFrai: IIOUItM. Froinfia.m. Win,, an J
from I to S p.m.
"OHN It. M.ULKKY,
Attorney at Isitw.
OrriCK t At residence on Ninth Street, le
twrrnW-whlnxton avrnor ami Walnut Mt.
J-jn. B. H. CANINE,
OFFK I. AND III.hlDKNCKl Kljrlilh Mmt,
liclncin Yiihiiii;lou iiml ( omnicrclal Awnue.
wtf CAIItO, WAfi,
iii:ai, kstati; A or. NT.
JOHN a. HARMAN & GO.
ONVEYANCEBS, NOTARIES PUBUC
Land Airnnta of tha Illinois Central and
iiuriiDKion ana waincy li. H.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Iletall Deulers In
Foroign and Domestic
vi.m:s of n il iins,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
ME9SUF F1IYTII A CO. Iiava conUntly
a lare tuk of the Ixvt koo-U In the mar
ket, ami ittveefcprclal attention to I bo nhoiwaU
ranch nf the t,u.lnea
THE ENEKY Uh UlbEASb !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
l4 the (Jriiiiil Old
Which has stood tho test of 40
Thoro is no soro it will not Heal,
no Lameness it willnotCuro.no
Ache, no Fain, that Afflicts tho Hu
man body, or tho body of a liorso
or other Domestic animal, that
docti not yiold to its magic touch.
A bottlo costing 26c, 50c. or 81
hnB often saved tnelifo of a Human
Being, and Restored to Lifo and
Usefulness Many a Valuablo
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stovos
Jobbing; Promptly Dona,
II. K. Akik Chicago
Xi. D. Akin A Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, - CAIRO, ILLS,
Q-llioie favnrlne hi with their putroiuiKe
will ilml n complete llncof kooiU limn whirli t
select, utliottnm prlcva. lo-H-wly.
in Fresh Meats
Between Washington ind Commercial
venues, adjoining Hanny's.
KKKI'S for s.tle the best lleef, Pork. Slutton
Veul, UiiiIi, jauaKi Ao,. ami Is pre
proad t( eervv rauillleu In an aooevtutilo manner
0fl.c, 3Bu.lltln. aa-allilne. Comn TrrrmVt1a. Otzsst and
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1876.
Rceoption of Braiiil's Emperor.
Who Wont to Mct Him-Tho
Landing of tho Imp o rial Party
How tho Emporor lloooivcd His
(New York HiiuM )
lom 1'cdro II, Dnpernr oi llrazll, arri
ved In tlili city yclerday on tho Moamer
llfVcllctiM. The Imperial vMtor wni a?
coinpinlml ly the KinpreM ol lirazll, bit
suite, Including tlio Vlcotint Uc Hon
Kctero, cx.Mlnlter ol State, vx-Cbambcr
lain of the Kmperor, Vice Adtiilrnl Dcla
tnarp, .Sciiliordo .Mnocilo, Dr. Hnua Koiitcr,
K. Ilcnnliifr, Dona Joietlno do Fcnucca
UaHa itc'ompanlea tlio KmprtM an Lady ol
Honor. In accordance with tho expressed
lcIro of the J.nineror the recoot on .mcor-
ded was entirely destitute of formality or
di'play on the part of our govcrtmisnt and
municipal atttborltlcs. The simple pro
k-raiinno previously arranged was quletly
carrlcd out, the otcaMon being marked dy
only tho'O appropriate turroundlni;
which ollielal cottrteiiy weuld hllt'get. The
tcatner Hcvtliti, which conveyed tho Im
perial party, left Klo Janeiro on March 20
and had tine wether throughout tho voy
age. Her arrival wai expected yesterday,
and a bright lookout was maintained du
ring tlio morning. Sho wan signalled
aliout lialf-patt ten o'clock, and the Intell
gence was promptly forwarded to tho city.
The day was a'l that could he desired, and
It was generally regretted that the Kmper
or'i Inclinations were cot in consoance
with the feeling! ol the many who desired
to pay him a lltllcg and popular tribute of
welcome on the occasion of his advent to
our ilirre.-i. Tho llavcllus rounded the
point of .Vainly Hook Khortly after eleven
o'clock, ami as she paed through the Xar- j
rou s a salute was tin d from Port 'M'ails-
worth, and soon after the cscl came to
anchor. Meanwhile the deputation ol
Cabinet Minister'', conltlng of Mr. Hamil
ton EMi, Secretary ofState; Mr. Ocorge M.
llobcson, Secretary ol the Navy; Mr. Taft,
accreUry of War, and 31jor-f5eneral W.S.
Hancock, Commander ol the Military Dhl-
slon of the Atlantic, and with hl stall' and
the I'ortugucse Minister, the llaron of
Santa Anna, proceeded down the Hay to
greet the Emperor. The llrazlllian Minis
ter, A. T. de Carvablo 15orge, ttio Brazil
ian Cotmil (ictieral, Dr. Salvador tie Men
coxa, Dr. Nichols? Morel, s'enhar 1'. 1'aeg
and others had already preceded them.
The Mlnestcrlal party were conveyed to
the sloop-of-aar Alert, which w anchor
ed lu mid-stream, and were received by
ice Admiral Hawaii, the guns thunder-
lug lortli a salute and the marine band play
ing "Hall Columbia.1' Collector Arthur
hid already boarded the Hevelius, and no
delay wa occasioned by cither th'uaran-
Hne o- t':fifliu-Jipu.(. - ihorf , f -,.yJliJr
Alert pastes id .l .or ',..,I.for ''"V"
exceeding animated, lucre being "iargc
number of spectators thronging tho water
front. The llag'hlp Minnesota, which was
anchored In Ihe vicinity ol Ca'tlc Garden,
fired a salute as the Alert passed, while
the yard' ol the Ilmzlllan corvette Mshle
roy were manned, the band on the tloop-ol-tVar
meanwhile i-triklng up the llrall
Ian national hymn. Arrived at (Quarantine
the yards of the Alert wore manned, and,
after a salute, the stenm tut; Catalpa went
alongiliie ot Iter and took the ministerial
party from tho Hcvelitis.
Ttio Emperor received tlio deputation at
the gang way, surrounded by the other pat
scngern of the steamer. After a formal In
troduction Secrotary Eliii delivered a brief
address ol welcome as follows: "The Presi
dent ol the United States has deputed the
Secretary oT War, the Secretary of State
and tho Secretary of the Navy, sccompa
ulod by the Vlco Admiral ol the Navy and
tho Major fiencra! of tho Army, to con
gratulate Your Majesty upon your arrival
on our shore-i and upon tho safe termini
tlou of your voyage and to tender bis wel
come and that of tho people of the United
States on the occasion of youryislt to thin
country. Ho anticipates with pleasure a
personal interview with Your Majesty as
soon as it may suit your convenience."
Tho Emperor simply esprctsed bis
thanks lor the reception given and seemed
more disposed to enter Into a friendly con
versation with tlio members ol tho party
than to make any kind ol oilldal response,
He asked lor General Sherman, when ho
said ho desired very much to see, uud was
informed that bo was unavoidably detain
ed by bis military duties in the Wct. "Ah
remarked tho Emperor, "General Hancock,
too; his name Is woll known In connection
with tlio war." Ills Majesty then shook
luudn warmly with General Hancock, and
sub-eiptently the members ot the deputa
tion wei'u presented to the Empress In tho
main saloon. Upon rcturnlm; to the deck
.Secretary Fish Informed tho Emperor that
tho sloop-of-vvar Alert was In waiting to
convoy him and tho royal party to the city,
but tho Ktnpcror politely declined the invi
tation and reiterated In a pleasant way his
sentiments In regard to n public demon
stration, stating that It was bis desire to bo
regarded only In the light of u prlvuto In
dividual, and ovprcsslng his warmest
thanks lor tlio kind feeling which prompt
ed tho oflkiil reception. The Cabinet Min
isters, Yico Admiral ltowan, Major General
Hancock and tho other olllcers of the party
then wont on board tho steam tug in watt
ing and were taken nil to the Alert, which
proceeded to tho Ilattory amid ringing sal.
utes. The Emperor chatted pleasantly
With those on board, and seemed to create
the most favorablo Impression by Ills aprur
cntgcutlencts and uuostentatlous mauner.
Ho inquired particularly about the poet
I.ougfdllow, ami spoke In atl'ectloiiato
terms of tlio memory of I'rofcs'ior Ag.'aslz,
with whom bo was personally acquainted
and who hadfotmoriy visited him Inllnizll.
thorny beforo three o'clock tho HctoIIiib
stoiuned slowly up to to tho city, and, utter
rounding thu Ilattory, proceeded to her
wharf In llrooklyti.
I.ANMNfl OK Till'. IMI'EMAI, PirtTY.
Whon tho Hovclitu hove In sight at Mar
tin's plen, at HrooVhn, there were but one
or two expectant friends nf persons on
boird to bo 'ecu at the place of landing.
Tlio w barr ltscll, however, contalnc 1 a
string or hacks long enough to parry n good
share n( the llrazlllan nobility. Con'plc
oui among the. pascngcr on the after deck
was tho Emperor, who saluted repeatedly
In repone to the greetings Irotu thoo en
shore. Sometime was consumed In swing
ing the vccl round lntopoltion aIongIdo
the pier, during which Impatient lrlend
were rapidly exchanging grcetlngsand bit"
ol nswn, As soon as tho ship was In posit
ion the gangway was hoisted tip to tho
deck, and the friends ol thoso oil hoard at
once rushed up. There ensued a tittle ba
bel ol sounds In various tongues, T!ioe
privileged with the Emperor's acquaintance
were received by him in a hearty, genial
fashion, while the first embraces aud salu
tations ol friends were given and ex
changed all around. It was n pretty sight.
In a very short time tho imperial party
were ready to move. Tho Empress then
appealed and took an etlectlonato leave of
the ladles who bad journeyed with her. A
carriage, with a team ol white horses, was
soon occupied by the illuttrrous travelers,
who at once proceeded acros Fulton ferry
and up llroadway to the Filth Avonue Ho
tel. The police seem to have had it li.iid to
keep Irom tho approaches to the pier every
one wearing a re-pcctuble garmout; the
consequence was an assemblage of men In
habllmcntsof that peculiarly da) -looking
russet coulor which speak feelingly of ago
and weather. In about twenty minutes
Irom the time of the 'hip's making the pier
all the pacnger had gone their several
ways; mid cot a sign remained that the
tmpcrorand party had been tbere,
Jlr. Wober'd l.rller.
This Fotnuvvlmt humorous letter U
written by Mr. .1. T. Wcbtr. a lendliiir
druggist of Springfield, Mass.:
Messrs. besibury A: .loimson.
Gentlemen Tliwe It n ninny lit
tle old innn here who used to hobble
about on crutches, uttering bud words.
iigulust lliu uoclon, uecause me) coiuu
not curu his rheumatism; he tried unil
has since become n walking advertise
ment for llensoit'a Capeliie Porous
Piaster, nnd ho walks without hla
crutches, too. The plaster Is without
doubt, mi article long needed, anil a
a great Improvement on the ordinary
porous plaster. Yours, Ac,
Uensoii's Capclnc Plaster Is n truly ro
tnarkablu article. It Is recommended by
physicians everywhere, because of Its
great superiority over other plasters ami
liniments, llubber possesses? healing
and curative properties that can be found
in no other natural product. C'apcinu is
now recognized as the best external
stimulant mill pain reliever. It relieves
pain Immediately and quickens the ac
tion ol tho planer. llensouV Capclnu
Plaster cures rheumatism, lame nnd
weak back, kidney and spinal allectlons,
shooting pains hi the sides and back, re
laxation ot thu abdominal belt, and like
troubles. Why suffer with the.o Ills
iMie.n a Uenson's ('apelnc Plaster joMlng
11 SnW"rywire'r?u ou""-'
!vl 'iiu'son,' pliarmaclatlcal clu us',.
Y., general agent. l-j-divv.-'lm.
H.vn.v.v's Maonoma Halm iireserve-i and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
le, tan ami sallowncss ; makes the skin
soft, white and delicate. It." application
cannot be detected. IMO-dctwly.
I. vox's Katiiaiuox makes beautiful,
glosy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of -10 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
and has no rival. 'MO-d&wly
Notleeis hereby uiveg to the Stockholders of
Ihe Cairo City Ferry Company, that n meeting
will lie hehl nt myolllcf, corner of l.lKhteemh
street ami Washington avenue in this city, on
Monday, May 1st, next, for the elecllun of seven
directors to sen e tlio ensuing viur, and lor Ken
eral business. THUS. VV. IIAI.MIA ,
Cairo, Ills.. April 1.', 1S7H, l-n-.IU
Al.I-liersonal tuxra, remalninK unpaid, arc
iimler the law, now delinquent. To give
such tax jiajers, liovvever.as desire It, an op
portuiilty to pnysnld Uives vvllhoutcost, the col
lector vv ill receive the same at his ollli'C until the
twentieth Inst. Alter that time di.traliit will be
made upon the property of the dellnnuenls.
AI.K.W II lltVI.V,
Cairo, Illinois, April 10, ls7.l. 4-1 l-ltv-t'l.
rpiip 'Weekly Itulletlii,"
$1.2.1 jicrjer, postuire prepaid, to iiuy address,
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At the I1UI.I.ETIN Olllcc, Cairo, Ills.
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Kare now inlninir a very superior urtlrle
nl rnut trif frnlll all liiuiurit es. esnivlullT
adapted for grutcs anil hoiiseliold Usu (renerally.
which we will deliver In Cairo, on the Cairo mid
Vlncennts truck by the car load of :isi luisheli
at nine () cents per bushel, or two dollurs and
ivventy-lhe cents ($J !i") r Ion
We also httveii very nillor article of Jsdt
(Vml which we will deliver on truck nt twenty
(so) dollurs per car aw huhcls. furliea no
vvltlilng a car loud will cull upon F. M, Wnnl on
Eight!) street, between t Dillicicial uud Wash
liiKlonuveniies, und lie nippllnt nt rca90iuible
treins. Mr. Ward will ulo deliver this coul to
any part ofthc city at iw per cur load, malt
thi. coal cost about - M per ton. All the coal
used liv tho 0. and V It. li. U supplied floiu
our mines, nml It has uo stipeilor In llitmaiUt.
Aildrrsa uli orders for coal to
"rJ-F. Jt. Ward, Esq , has teams and will de
ver Ibis ooul nt m .VUier cur. l-'.'Q-iltf.
Of livery iresrrlptloii
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathuis ULl'i.
JST'eenteil''1" rl"l'cla" Oomimnles repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-itain.
The Oldsat Established Agency In South
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AYRES k CO.'
So 80 Ohio ljvec,
t n . ir.
BOX and BASKET CO
... . n
House ontmmerclal aa v
. J Ninth street, . s,
tv-" All kinds hanlaudson.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, to
Mill and Yard,
JJornor Thirty-Fourth Streot and
M IIOI.LSAI.K OIUK'I'.HN.
str'atton '& bird,' "
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Lovee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
PECIAI.attcntloi i;lvcn to consignments an t
Blake A Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, tho celebrated llliimlnutin
Corner Eleventh Streot nrrt Waslifnir
ton Avi j.un
' No. 314 N. llth Street, St.Louls,
Mns, II. A, MIT., M. 1). (in rtiaiye).
Amiilo accouiniodaliiiiijiind liuilmcnt. Only
JeiKit for certain very valuable Speclllaa. I'ninipl
cms of Tiles, llheiminlUinund Nmous diseases
imaianieeu. iiiuea niuuvum-.
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
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Of World wido Roputation.
Acknowledged by alt Rood Musicians to be the
best Piano now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over 400 during
twelve years past, becoming more and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Tower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very Unu instrument, adapted to Instru
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Orders from tho Country
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Classical Studios and Exorcises
Of all trades for i'lano or voice.
JSTKvcry description of .Musical Mer
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ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
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Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogehoads. for shipmont,
aromptlv nttondod to.
t&"Vo largo oonsumors and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
south or yoar, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rj-Hidllday Ilro, onlce, No. "0 Ohio Levee,
rilaiwitty Jiro ' wnanuuui.
fcfAt the Coal Dump, foot of Tmity-Elght
-At Kgyptlan Mills, or
jj-l'ost Onlce Drawer. n
TOR FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows.
J WIIiL WELD 3-INOH IRON".
Just what Is Vfanted. Send S-ceiit sln'l,,!,0.r
circular to LMl'Iltl! POItTAlU. ;
J.I10"i Ni Y.
Tho Pooplo'B Bomody.
Tho Universal Pain Ext aotor.
"lltarl forltVllIsreakof excellent ihlnfi.'
lllJHr to Man or Ileaats.
MlrtiliiN, Hnralns, Contu
I'rneturra, cnts, Iiccra-
Hlrrdlsss; I.sins;, or
Jfo Rlrd, and lllecd-
1 mu iiiirna or i eem .
omlllssK of Blood and
PJ' - nieedlnj Piles,
i I-.KI., nnciKq aaee.
I .Uml ham.
MlliTiieAis or Snreneaa,
I.umtiairo, Lame Hack,
Hers Thront or Quinsy,
INore or Inflamed Ky, or
More SIltpleH, Inltamsd
1'nlnfnl or too TrofUn
iMIlk Loir, Ovarian DIs-
i i-imh auu juniftra.
Grovel and Straiicnrr.
Ctiikilnirn and Kxcorla-
lions oi inianis, or
Viirlrosn Vrl'ti. Kn-
llftMwl ns fnMiiHtAil Calk.
Illcrm. Old Hores. Inter.
,n ..nal Ulcerations.
" Holla, Carbuncles. Tu-
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INTERNAL Coruo and llunlons, dial-
I hnniim.llamess or 8ad-
I'olon or Whitlow, Frost
I ft I.lmba or Tartu.
Monqiilio Riles, Insect
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