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Tenth Sivoot, Thornton iBUdiug.,
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AN ELDORADO FOR TJW&'JJ WHO
"Wo were not without hopes, when the
Houthcru Illinois Emigrant Aid Society
was organized, that it would prove an
effective agency In the work of peopling
the vacunt acres, sections and town
ships af the lower counties of Southern
Illinois. "We oxpectcd, as ono of the sure
accomplishments of-lho society, that an
agent woiild'opcruto .among tho ipuil
grants arriving at New York. Hut, It
seems, the society, Its purposes and nil,
aro passing into forgetfulness.
If the achoYemonts in agricultural and
horticultural pursuits thut have crowned
tho oflorts of tho farmerH of Pulaski,
Union and Jackson counties during the
prcsout year; If tho price of land, and
the condition of tho country could ho
made known among the thousands who
eke out a. precarious existence in like
pursuit in Germany nud.otlu'r countries
ofKurope, the present year would not
c'oju before wo should huvo a nucleus
of emigrants In nearly every county in
-Egypt it some points u single family,
at others a half dozen families. This Is
what wo want to make a start. The
bounteous manner In which our rich soil
would respond to liie Intelligent Industry
of theso foreign cultivators, would bo
told to their friend and relatives in tho
old countries" the strange storj would
go across tho waters from them that from
the crops of a single season they had paid
for their farms; thut the land was won
derfully fertile; the markets accessible
and good; thut giant trees crowned every
hill-top and shaded every valley; that
clear, cool waters gushed from every
hill-side; and that there aro room and
work foi thousands.
Thero are one hundred thousand acres
of tillable laud In Alexander county ly
ing in a state of nature. "Every acrb ol
this laud can bo made to yield its ilfty
bushels of corn or ttvonty-flve bushels of
wheat to tho acre. Hills that might be
covered by the most fruitful vineyards
ri-o, pllo on pile, on every hand.
Vulleys lie between, rich us tho fur
famed Nile or Miami bottom-. To these
hills and valleys, oapeclully, do we wish
to invite an intelligent, industrious for
eign population. Open the next season
with Ilfty German families In tho coun
try portion of our county; build tho Cairo
A .St. Louis railroad Hint there may be
tou.ituut and Millloient communication
b tv.'ten town and country, and in lees
flveyetinjtho Ilfty families will have
grown to one thousand, ami every fam
ily will have a highly Improved, highly
productive farm, orchard, garden and
viiaurd. Tam (Julro will huvo the.
of '',( mo oosentlul to her prosperity.
TiK'ii Uie country ,wi!l have In Cairo, the
m ir.i t In which to sell and buy. Then
t u-1 and cm itry,eaoli aiding tho other,
Wnl g on prospering, each enriching
tho other by enneliln lUolf.
'1 nit end may be hastened by our Emi
grant Aid riuuloiy. Why thtm shall we
not "up uud at it?"
THE IU.ISOM cEXMAL AWAKE.
'i lie Illinois Central Ituilroud Company
is k pi tig an wyo on the chances. An
ticipating the opening or tho St. Louis
an l hii .Mountain railroad they pro
pone, In a few day, to put on a train to
run from Cairo to (it. Jxuls without
change of cure. This train will run over
the new St. LoiiU, Vandal lint Indianap
olis roud, from VauduliM. By the !iOth
of the present mouth the company will
alb. run a through train from .St. Louis
to Chicago, via. hlllugham, the connect
ing point of the lust u.uued road with
the t'hlcago hranelroPtherilljijls Cri-t
tral, Vaudalla being on the main trunk.
This will on the one hand give the Illi
nois Central company a direct competing
line lor St. Louis and Chicago business
with tho St. Louis, Alton and Chicago
road, and, on the other hand, bring tho
same company Into the Held us acorn
petltor wl'h the Iron Mountain road for
St Louis and Southern business, via.
Mobile and Onto road and connections.
"A radical ollltor has a. southern, ex-
change that Is always tilled with adver
tisements ofsheriHV sales. KuferrliiK to
the matter ho gives expression to the
bellel that the said excliuuge Is publish
ed in a democratic community, lie is
altogether mistaken. Having establish
ed u radical court and elected a rudicul
sherlll' iu that part of the south, tho
carpet-baggers huvo commenced plun
dering the decont people "uecording to
law." Tho graceless scoundrels stole
all tho money, Jewels and other movable
valuables of tho "horrid" rebels some
time ago. Tho thieves are now stealing
the lands ami hpijse!, , ,, ,
A. T. Whittles' is tho political editor
of tho Evansvlllo 'Courier.' Whlttleky
is a dignified editor, and gives a high
tone to his page of tho 'Courier.' Tho
'Courier' Is now, and hus been for somo
time, the best paper published iu South
In recounting your own grievances
never try to be unprejudiced. No ouo
gives you credit for candor.
join'nessio of jiti-f jiTi"
Presontr Mayor Oberlyiand Aldermen
Dranklc, Gibson, Hulen,Lohr, Lonergan,'
Mendel,. EheObald,' iHendrlokTftAnd'
Kennedy. 10. Coubcllnioh',,IS'llliam
son, Barclay, Jorgensbn, Blartln, O'.Cftl
huu and Ilcarden. G.
Tho Committee on streets roported in
favorof tho lllllng of a fllough .on "Wash
ington avenue, near 34th street,-'and tho
repulrlng.of 34tu street to Ohio lovee;
and recommended the adoption of. the
followlngresolutldn t'trX I a.
"itesolvod, That the committee on
streets bound they hereby aro authori
zed to have WuHhlngton avenue, imme
dlalcly below 34th street, repaired, as
recommended In their report now pros,
sen led to the council, and to contract for
hauling an amount of dirt not to exceed
COO cubic yards, at a prico not to exceed
70 cents a cubic yard, payable in city,
scrip at pur, and that tho committee bo
also Authorized to expend auamount not
exceeding $100, additional, iu repairing
Washington avenue, between Situ street
aud thOjLuyee." ,
On motion, the report 'was 1 received
and the resolution uddplod by tho fol
lowing vote, vl:
Ayes lirauklo, Hendricks, Kenncdv,
Ixipiergan Mendel; J)arclay JorgeBion,
Martin, O'Callahaii, Iteardenand ,V11
aysj-Carrojil.'GlbHon, Lohr, ItedjnaB.
and Theobald. 5.
The committee on markets reported
Ih "relation to meat iuopi, 'that' thfey"1
should br brought under market regula
tions and not bo allowed to sell fresh
meats only during market hours, aud
that they ihall not be allowed to sell
anything but fresh meats without hav
ing first obtained a merchant's license.
The committee further reported that tho
vegetable stands iu tho market house1
looked more llko family groceries than
vegetable stands, and that the commit
tee on ordinances be instructed to druw
up tin ordinance to prevent tho sale of
groceries, etc., by tho keopors of stands
in the market house. The committee
called attention to tho ordinauco direct
ing the market committee to procure
platform scales to be located on the mar
ket grounds for the use of tho market
master in weighing stock, etc. Said
Mcales, the committee reported, will cot
the city about four hundred dollars.
They m1o rtcounuondod . the cleaning
out of the murket house cisterns and the'
repairing of tho market house generally,
add thut tho city furnish threo lurge gas
lights to bo used on Saturday evenlnlngs,
and that tho market commlttoo be in
structed to do the necessary repairs Im
mediately. 'On motion of Alderman Lonergan, the
report wus received, , .,,.,4 t .
The market'commltteiJ'fdrther report
ed on the petition of Mary Towers,
referred to.thotu at a provlous me'etlug
iu relutloirtb theclty giving her a vege
table tuudreo ofu-euUiu-tho-markoUi
house, with tho:.n;cpmmqtyjatlon that
the nrayer of the petitioner be not gran-
ted. On motion tho report whisroce'lvydj
na uuopten.., A ..
The special committee appointed by (
the muyoc to receive ami outertufu 4ho
Illinois, $ V5tf jA&soolation, n reported
through the chairman, councilman
Ueardeu'.'tlfat their was a doflcOncy'of
nlnoty-slx doilara and eighty-four cents
to'oe'paldTandreeommenod. .'that-' tho
same bq All'oVed'. .'On motlon'tho report
;vmi referrt-d-to tin vouiuiitteo oi) olHirai
The following comhiu'nlcatlon iwft
ThO attcraut to KuStaht In our cottrtJi
the'speclal a6esmrnts for grading and
IllHtig- (lie striots, mudo pumuaut to the
charter of 1607 aud ,ord(uuuccs iuteiidedx
to embody aud carry out' Its pro'VislolisC
havliiL' fulled, tho leiiWluturoof lust M'lil-
tor.rut tho jhstauce oWmrclty authori
ties, pafesodauamendatory actvprovldiug,
a.f Jt JskUppoi-'ed, auro and clear method
by which -tho, expenso. not only or lm
provmeuta hereafter to bo made but also
of thoso already made and lor which the'
city has been unable to collect, may Uoj
collected from tho reul estate benetUttjUJ
by suchj imurovemenu,, ( M4.uy of .the
owners" of rear estate bordorlhg' Upon
lmproyemenuxheretoforo raadu hava al
ready paid tlie a'mounta assesaed against
their property ndjptice, jwoiu, .cjsr
tulnly seem to require that others who
have successfully reslsted'Hie collection
blipuld ,mt,l 6U'erd tp .reap any. u..
vaiitugo" threfrbui. Ah uOurly as may
bo, all should bo plactd;ijpon, an .tquul
footiug, either by eulorolng the colloeiioti
lu all cases or else by' refuhdiug what
was.pald by UmsOiWho, dld..uo.t curwjto
contest tho'right of the city to collect
Our charter con torn pUiea that public lm
provemeuts shall bo paid for, by upeuUl
assessmduts, not by generul laxutiuiJ;
Auy other method would. bo, manlfeBtly
unjust, slnoo li would be equalizing the
burdeinwhero'the beuellis are: very, un
equal. I need uot urge upon you tho ui
portanco of speedily making collectioui.
from this as themost pruper-'hourco to
furnish thg weans, for. ouuculllug tju
ddtTe'whloh tho city rfWrs for work'al.
ready done; iand uViiaiuly our Muuuo4ul
condition should ludqee, us to use eveo
leoltlmato means by whloh relief cm
be obtained, uud I kuow ol none so feusi
hlqorjustas that,, to which 1 have cailtd
youraiteiitlon. v ' ' ' . '
If it is your desire that the collection
of special assessments for lllllng already
done (uud which was ono of tho lundlmr
jobjectis contemplated in framing tho
amendment to the charter ot law) should
bo proceeded with, I am ready to under
take It, provided youo flt in view of
tho amount of the aMaouiitpf labor In
volved, to jruarautee'a reasouablo com
pensattonvThe raeaferpay at present
inuring to the elty attorney, in the shape
of fees, and whieM'.dcsM not cost the oltv
a cent, is lHadequU,to command much
of time or labor from asy.'one.
I hope you will tako action on this
matter at an early day. If anything Is
intended, it should bo at once com
menced. Since tho pausago of the char
ter, in tho production of which much
time and care was expended, aud par
ticularly with referenco to tula subject,
wj have neglected to avail ourselves of
the remedy provided for what was re
garded as almost ajculamlty: pur inabili
ty (indor the old charter to enforce the
collection' of special assessments for
strdci'fllliij'g. Yours, respectlully,' ,
Ij. P. IlUTi.EK, City Attorney.
On motion of councilman Iteardon,
tho communication was referred to tho
ordinance commUtee. '
Tho following reports of offlcers wero
p rese u'ed and road, by the clerk, and on
motion received and placed on 11 lo:
Reort of William T. Bcerwarth cx
City Treasurer, rv , , ',
Report of j6nnHyand City Trcasu'rer
for the month o'fjMay. ' .
Report of Michael Bambrlck City i
Marshal for the month of May.
Report of Johu Shcehan supervisor of
streets for the month of May.
The following reports were presented
and read by the clerk, aud on motion
referred to tho City Comptroller:
Report of F. Bros, Police Magistrate
for thg month of.Aprll. .
Report of 13. Snauuessy, Police Magis
trate for the mouth of April,
Tho report of Daniel McCarthy Chief
of Polico, was on motion' referred back
to include the report of offlccr'Arnold lu
in the same.
Tho following bonds of city' officers
were presented and read by the clerk,
and on motion approved and ordered on
file: ., $
Roud of John Shcehan, Supervisor of
Bond of Daniel McCarthy, Chief of
Bond of William O'Callahan, night
Bond of Patrick Dwyer, night police
Bond of Joseph Illglln, night polico
constable. .... . k
liond of I'atrJck O'Caiinlmij, .iiiaht
police coiibtable. , ' ' ,
Bond of John Cumralngs, day police
Bond of Joseph Arnold,day police
Petition of .Rachel Phepps, praying
for remission of a find, was presented ami
reud by theclerk. By'a unanimous voto
the council refused to grant tho, prayer
of tlfo octltiouer'.' ' ' ' '
The following resolution was presented
by Alderman Redman, and, on motion,
referred to the committee on streets:
"Whereas, Thero Is a bad slouirh
on Walnut street, between Oth and 7(h
streets, when tho slpe water is high
it is Impossible for wugons to pass, and
if said street is filled itds necessary that
n brick sewer should be built, there ore,
' Resolved, That pi'rtndjuls frhall bo re
ceived for tilling saldslreet and also for
buildlnc said sewer." A
Councilman Willlamaoipresentcd tho
following resolulleOjwbidit on motion,
was adopted: " j
Resolved. That John Sheehau bo
horuby, authorised to uplleot tihu Perotia
al Tax tlh'c7dleel6il for ISCSr retmrteil bf
William T. Becrwart, ex-uity 't reusurer.
and marked In his report as 'Abstract A,'
and that he bo allowed a commission f
ton percent, upon tin! amount collected.''
Tho following resolution was presented
by Councilman Jorgeuson, and on mo
"Resolved, That a committee of three
be appointed to tako into consideration
tho ways and means for enclosing and
otherwise improving St. Mary's Park,
and to make report at tho earliest possi
The Mayor appointed. Councilman Jor"
gensnn, aud Aldermen Lonergan aud
Mendel as Batd'commlttee'.' rrH
AlderinmjKennedy offered. tjie, fallow
ing resolution which was, on motion,
adopted: ! - 1
"Resolved, Tliat, an additional Polce
ronstablo bo Appointed, to do dut3,'only
on tho ttrouuds of tho Illinois Central
Ituilroud Compauy iu this city; said nlll
cer to servo without compensation of
Councilman Williamson oilered tho
following ro-olutlon, which was, on mo
"Resolved, That tl Commlttoo on
Police uud Jail be instructvd to uncertain
upon what terms the lot4 upon which the
t 'It v Jail now stands can Loire-leased or
p'lrohiiHed." ' v' !
Tiie following reaoluUoa.waspreaentcd,
and, on motion of Councilman Rearden,
"Whereas, It is of great importance to
the biisiuesHlnterestsof Cairn, and to tho
laboring classes, that good wagon roads
should no built Into the rich agricultural
reirioim whloh lie contiguous to tho city,
ailllHHtl.i I '.ii ' '!!.
"Whereas. The Cairo, .and Bland vlllo
itravt-l road traverse a region which lias
itx nutur.il market in Cairo, and
'Whereas, The road has been thus fur
coRHlructeiT by prlvateVcnterprise; "ami
1889?fa.ir joffiTCIL OBEKLX, & CO
now imperatively demands more labor
5to comploto ih, j ,
"itesolved That a committee of three,
'ono frouUjte Seleot Councll and two from
tno jjoaru or Aiuermen, bo appointed to
investigate tho matter,' and report
wiiothothoilutereshof the clty renulro
that the City Council should subscribe, to
aid lu the completion of the road.' and If
;o what ,n,mount.j' .
Tho Mayor appointed councilman
BurcluynfiWernfon McKee audIvon
nody as such committee. " "
Councilman Jprgenon presented the
following resolution 'w'hich' was on mo
tion adopted: . ' '
"Resol ved, Tliat Ibis fl'no Imposed upon"
John CummlngHj day policeman by po
lice muKl-stratti F. Bross. for shootlntr
within tho limits of tho city, while in
.discharge of hl daty under the procla
mation oi tno: iuuyor, lssueu at tuo re
nucst of tho Select Council, requiring
dogs running nt largo to bo muzzled, be
uud the same is hereby remitted."
Tho following' resolution. was presented
by couucilmuu Rcurdeu, and on motion
"Resolved, That the commltteo on or
dinances bound are hereby instructed to
report an amendment to ordinances.
-'47 so as to permit any officer acting un
der a proclamation or order of the Mayor,
or under instructions from tho cltv count
ell, to tiro guns or pistols within the llm-
iu or the city; and exempting them from
prosecution under such, ordinance. while
acting under such orders or instruct
tlous." Tho following resolution was prtBonted
by Alderman CarrolI-.and.ron motion,
Resolved, That the street committc, bo
and they are hereby authorized to exam
ine the premises between, Seventeenth
and Eighteenth street, on Commercial
avenue, and use tho best of their Judg
ment to huvo the water turned away
from that purt.of tho street.
Tho mayor thou asked the consent of
tho council to appoint George Lohr a
police constable. Tho ballots bclug
counted tho consent was granted by the
.Nays N.0HC. ,
The mayor thou asked tho consent of
the couu'dl to appoint Phillip Helm to
llll a vacancy on the night polico. Tho
ballots being counted, the consent was'
granted by the following 'vote t ''
Pending tho discussion of a resolution
to defray the expenses of tho delegation
to tho NeSv Orleans Commercial conven
tion, on motion tho council adjourned.
I'atkikk Moclkii, City Clerk.
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SPECIAL. NOTICES. :
IRl lI HfACICf IVfl-Thero tt'n ncrfrt roh
I to narcJayn r. r the crh'Uflfud frenoi, ill.klnc.i-
II ' KinulnfiAM u Unurjmiipd aj a toqUnd ahoa,
Vrow I Tlir.nniT pit! your hou'ln '
X goodahaK. rnintlntnnd whllewaxhlnrn iUi
order of thu day Whilu J.oJid and pAluU of. all col-,
e.rs Rrofn dpinin.l. At llm UTirv'V i.Anri. ti.., '
Stirn, on Itid I.ovik. you pan art Pjilntn. OIIm!" Vnft''
nlilieiand tult or nil klnrtl Hon- 'on. hand a
full tock of Cllirr While Lm1, Jrlia Wlillo .Load,.,
IonooUr Jh,IU; Ltaili nUo paint Tnrnlsli and while
waitl brulicK llahliiyn' fn lto nlwo. "
T RHESIIIKK WIIKN ri.Y TIMK 5f
IV Thai'Tpiirnn Mltho Llohtnlne KIr rdper-atlUr;.
rinji. ijiry iia(n.iiincenuiiin
. . . rff -.
iiry (laviLiiiBeciiutiiivariiu . fiiiiu
fimlory. c It altracla IIpk nnd kltU them.
lMILltMK.MN WORM TAMUrTI-Ilablei.;
thorn with atldltjr, n. ore oulcKly relieved 6f
. lHTie una pmaw. lat n ILntn. crv far lhi.m.
cry for them, and est
Twpnlriflro crnl kbnt Or 'If nii wUli lhr.i ntls
nU kbftt, Or.'lf yon wish them
mall; e iir.lo tlilrty-iWn centa to ilatclay Uron.: oadM
they will bo acnt you ptornptljf.r , , , , .
IiBH Aii; -PllrorP(iap. Jut Ihe-thlnK
; your Hllrcrware bright and nw. t'olj?!
ctlilnK t mak
mo inanxicai ni lurtiatav
BAI.1 IIKAIIM AMI (iltAV ir.lIRN AT
TEJITIOJi Io you want a renewal of tho beau
tiful head of hnlr that you oner prided In I If ao, fo
lo llurcUyn' and UKo tour eboioe of Rloratlvt
Harrrtt'a. Mali', 'ribbon'. KlnR,Ap r, ChcvallerV.'
Wool'. JaTlie'. Mrn. Winlow'ii Kurnka. and .an v
"'hyX?.'! "my waul, lucludlng tho Jalamaiul. .
11TA WTrD To find
the. IndUfddal 'In CnWo, or
Irlrrl Krrr'a Hnfem lleno-
11 elwlierc, who hiw tried Kerr' Hritem
tutor without riTcmm DKCIDKll 1IKNKFIT. Many
or our leiwllni; i'iliuii huo lr.i.ted II Tlrliicn to atl-
roltf.n At Ilrelnv'. M
rpKT IT-Mudgo'nieri.an Flierry Wine, untlk
.1 other wine. i laxative In 111, ellv:l. It N n
pe.Dt and rt'luble cure for coftthiuu-M. To li bad
at Iltrclay'. "
)IVOT Aitlii.Mimril-A auperior upn-
i or panm i an untqouuoii uinco wr
alwayNnrurpenderi a brace, or not
OWr.r.T lrMV-Tlllccnlllne artlcl
O bar! UnrClayn'. (lulolno Irmfnun MltcrneM, and
yei r.nUioliiKall he tjrturir.f voiiiidwii ijuinlne. p
ni'wToX'.s t,.iucco atiiot:ti,o
1) who wlh tu null elirwlnu lolmernF.111 flrwl a
euro lu llidlucol niirtiinVnti(ii)lr (imubox Aul '
and tlniy will cuicl yim j boxjb) mail.' ,
ii ii. i-ciii iui; iviiw lo'imrt'iny uroiiirr,
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O andpri. fjvi to U-n ilollar. a any, when rlflht
hefoalh"ijV joui an Ufuik tit- flfVjiiiiif uuler, icy
lUrday VlTiiy w..re fii llm l.i'WKT a?
7 KroMins npiiiiiein ici'ttittioi
to llurlayn' for (.anli n Ffoils. irh aTMim
if lour own
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froinfomh I u
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tolosnc, ljnd.j?Vulir, Florida
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"atr, or ollief V
Iheway i.f Cimiui i.. . ToMdrra or Pcrfinne. ko to
Corner WsliliigloiiV.vi'.;iunia UtirSt".
uu lu-fj'at'sd MnJl4'ii4,tr v.i.,li-.if(uiy. biu,
IiikI.i tooi.l. i . I iic ,.ieitt. a iiuw and frib
(.noci:i:u MioviMiON's, irt'C ,
uhirli 1 Mill aril m lot. nny other innn." Otioifa
NX. funnl) ypiU.S UnrnlruirauUd.
mylldlm (Oppu,ue . lutoin houe) Cairo, Itllnol.
lit ., I'.'-mriit. ,.-!).i
lnbulk,aliiu)ou hand. Corner Ihghth lreel.int
C'ur. Klt 1'iilii mill WaehiiiBlun Aveuu
n4t 1 j-nrT
Keepa on hand lhi i:rlebrated Crane A llreedi und
ItaymomU mvUilic burial caCi. r..x
Alio, block elret, walnut orttalnod eoltinsnudo la .
order, at very low price. '"p
Mr. I'eilh iiorforma bin own work, be 111 it a cr&ctlcal
Collin maker, nnd is ihcirfore ablo lo bell cheaper thaa
any li dy elc.
LAKK ICR." '
GEO. ,fl. Ur4JJlKU,U
S Ohio Lwrre, Cairo, IIIiuoIh, Ii prcpared;io furnlCi
oitiien or ateauibo U ulth the aboio puro artlclil of
Ico at tho lowest market price. Ciliwna will bo ier
gularly auppliud by lioneai, aecommodatln aaletmen.'
Orders front ubroad holielted. imylbditBi
(f?ucccor to I'.UlM, Otcru & Co.,)
(jeaerul Coiuutissiou Hercliuut,
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