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AMAI.ON I.OIKIK, NO. M.
ft
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mi i n , in
mil-,
fhiiiii'dlor I'iiiiiiiiiuiiIit.
AI.IIXANOHH I.OIXIK, NO '.'.
li..li-iii'iiit'iil OnliT lit Oiltl-rt'
Inu. imil ctrrr lliurml.iy nlKlit
ill liiiir I'.lH M-trn. in uifir nan mi
;iinliii'irliil nttiilie, lilirril Mstll mil1 M'ti'Mtli
in lit. A I.IMI:, N. II.
lAllil) r.Nt AMI'MKNT, I. O, O. r'.,incaU
t yiu ii'tit-r'ill'iw' Hull (ill Ihr llml iiik) thlnl
I in flu) In i-vny liiontli, ut lulr-imt m-vi-ii
' Jnii. II (Ijian, II. IV
f: lltO I.OIIlll;. MI.S.rJ.A.r'. A A. M
I ii il rrirti nr ciiiiiiiiuii cut Ion In Jin
i. mil' I lull . ciiiiiir I'midicri'litl nvcniie
:iint I: it hi i kIii l' t . mi Hie inoiiil mill
mirili Miiiiil.iv cifini Ii tiiiinlli.
Our I'liimlry.
'I'lii! father ol till Iloss cigars, a M'vcn
noli Havana filler, lor llvu cents nt
l'J-l!l-lf CnWI'llltrilW.WI A PlIIM.II'
I'nr Suili',
Choice Minnesota Hitnloo4 nl .10 cent
.tcr bit-hcl; anil ii large t I 1 !'
if fresh groceilcs always mi I : 1 1 1 I
il low price. Choice bhllcr a pci lally
IKIO-If I.. II. Mvi.ns
Mile ill Ill-ill l.-llili'
Tin' undersigned oilers lor sale lot- No
IS, CI ami 1 1, in block Nn. '.'i.. in Die cily
of Calm, tdycl Iht wllli a collage "It"
itfil on said lot, at a low Hunt c. I'd
tint Iter Informal lm, call at tin- ieldciici
nt the undet-lgncil. .Inns' St.iir.i:i.,
IJ'JIIni
A ltd iillltinil
Tin; Kcvolutinu a a Inse burning
dove for Mlninliioiio i nal, nerds no null'
Hi; I'ioiii the"iib-eilbcranil il never nulls
."iimki'i ll'f'll'. For durability, economy
"iml beauty It c.iiiniil In- I'M-ellril. 'all at
mv store whcic I liavc onu in con-taut
il-o iitnt I -li.ilt Ix- liny- to lAplnlu it
corn won. nt'iiualilie, anil I will tu-o
lake plea-uic in retelling lo many par
tics who h:ic it in ii-", ami who pin-
iiiiiini i' it -npcilor loany -love limy Ii i
ever ucil. C.W. Ili:.'lii:i:n.,
17 1 Commercial iim-niic, Cni.n III.
ll-'S-illin.
Local Jtillfiii:'
(iraiul lunch at "Our Saloon" to
night. IJ-LVtl
Tor splendid blankets, water-proof,
cashmere and Jean, call on Hurler, 121
Cointiu r,clal aeitne. LMO-lhi.
Conic one, eoine all, ami eat of tin
grand liincliat "Our Saloon" to-night.
l'.'-l.'-tl' F.ti:.i. Illinois-.
Oil clotlu carin'l", anil ami In tin t
everything In-art (.an wl-h lor, cnii;he
ronml liy calling on Hurger Jd Co, Yll
'ominercial avenue. lJ-lt.-liii
Ladle wi-hlng to purchase undcr
wcar for themselves or elillilren, can get
n-t what hey want at Hurler A Co',
IJI Commercial avenue. IJ-IO-lm
Ito sure ami conic lo the j;minl lunch
at "Our Saloon to-night.
Ill'J-l.Vtf Fitr.n. Iloi IIMINW.
Hosiery, glows, nuMa- ami frail'
in great abundance, ami at the very low
est pilre., at Murder ,, Co'; I'JI, Com
nieieial avenue. lJ-ly-liu.
Talilc llueii". u.ipUlu. lowcN anil
lied .-prcad of every klnil, anil to mil
the want of every person, can Ix-lnuml
lu yrcat ahiimlanix' at Hurler ,t Co',
lJf Coniim rdal avenue. PJ-l'.Mni
A larjff stock of ladles', ui5e-, and
children'-, shoe, of Ihc late't style ami
llnct uialerlal, and rry cht-ap, aro on
.sile at Hurler A: Co"'. 121 ('oiiimcrelul
avenue. l'MO-lin.
I lil'IOS
Pur
Tlliy cent, at Winter Oallcry.
l-.'-'.'::-!"!
The ta-lcof Ihc iiio. lailidloii lady
can he ntl-lleil hy calling on Hinder t
Co, when they want lace, einlirolderic,
linen, cull", or collar-. Their Mock i
upcih and complete. 1-J-lH-lin.
I'or ribbon ami lie of every .-hade
nud ipiality, and luullicr of alt kind,
you should ro to Hurler A' Co'. 1-1,
Commercial aciiuc. They have jut
what you want, and will not I .ill lo plca-e
you. PJ-lli-lin
Hurler A (To. have on hand one of
tin) largest, ino-d. elegant and fa-hlon-alilc
slock ol die jjood, silks and pop
lin- ever In nnht to Cairo. They haye
put Ihelr price down lo the cry lowest
notch, and buyer will ilml It to their
advanlaft to yivethem a call. i'J-l'.i-liu
There I no merchant lu Cairo who
uiiilcr-tand- moie pcifeclly the wauls of
our people Hum .1. Hurler, and on hit
la-t tlip e:nl. he pureha-cd one ol the
niii-t elegant slock of shawl, cloak
ami flirt' that could he found, (live him
a call and look at Ihciu. whelhcrynii buy
or not. l'J-l!i-liii.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
I '01 1 IIKNT.
- (!ood dui llliijc Iioii-i' on W'.dnui, he
twecn Twculy-'-ccond and Tuentj-lhlnl
titlcel.
-Teuciiienl Niw. i!, !l and I, on lVv
eulh sticet, wel of Walnut.
- firniv-rnoui corner Tweulielh ami
Poplar sliect.
- -Itii-lne-s hou-e on l.eci', lately oc
cupied by Ciinnlu-jbiiui ,v Slllwcll.
Hu-inc hou-e on l.cvcc, near Sitii
Hied, lately oiciipied by Cn, Cole
man A Co.
Winter's lllock-pullable for Unti l
OlliccM or llulne rooms cheap.
Tcncnieiils nuinheii'd 1,7, and !i, in
Winter' l.'ovv, Ti lonni'i each, tur tflll per
month.
No. id (corner), $12 "id 7 room.
Cotta;c on Slxlli street, near 'ah
Inloii avenue 1 roiiin-"? Id a month.
- Slori) room lu "Pilot lloiie," lately
oreupicd by A. Ilnlley,
-A ;.;ood farm wllhe;iH.d hoUM 'Sopi'O
slti! Cairo llaw'H fariu cheap.
A small llou'i' West of Twenty
nceoml lrcct,near Pine, f l per mouth.
Dwelling hou-e on Twelllh, near
Walnut, il loom.
Store room on Levee, above Kljlilli
ylicel -p't) per mouth.
- Dwelling hon-c on hlxlli sheet and
,lccrou avenue.
Pppcr lloor of hi Ick hulliliui; on
Conunerclal avenue, above, Tcnlb strcel,
very desirable.
1:001114 lu varloii pail of tbe city,
FOIMJOAHI'lOltSArj:. ,
f.aml, lu tracts to fjiilt, near 'Jalro.
.tf.8-13
mt lullqtin.
kati:s ! Aiivntn.siMi.
J.j-All dill I'.ir n.hriliiliiK', ate line 1111.I p.iy
111 "If IV AllVANI K
'l i-.iiil(iil ii'hi'ili-inK will U' Iii'i-rlol nt II11
riilc (it'll l .i'rniii.ur fnrllii' lliHl Inscrliun
mnl .VI mil fur niclniilxniiidit line. A IIIhiiiI
1lriiiit will lie iii.uU mi Hluiiilinx mnl ilK.tny
M'lvnllciiwnli.
Clitiirli, ."ncli'tr, t-Vntlvitl mnl Siij.jut nullcc
will only lw liiK'iidl ani'luTliniiu nf
for Iii-ciIIiik t'iuirr.il nnliiu tl hi. S'ntlcciir
init'liti'f iirForli'llc or i rii iitil(M t-cnlif fur
cni.li in-tTtfiiii.
n nilvt rtlsritn-nt will W reci-hcil nl i ilmn
Vi cent.
C7.' .jat Local Bub
ItCOStT lf" linen 01
Iiichb Notlcn, of
or morn. uiBortou
in tltU nUllfitlll UN to! low H
Otic Insettlon nor lino " Contn
Two limcrtionB per lino 7 Outs
Throo ImnrtloiiH per lino 10 Ceiltu
Six lnnottlona Der Una in Cnnta
Two wooKMiinr line US Coots
Unn month nor lino Il5 Cniit
No llKilutllou will uo Hindu 111 llljOVU
rrlt'CB.
CITY NEWS.
I IMDAV, l Nl AIM II. I'l7n.
I'liciit WriillMT l(('i(ill.
C'Alli'j, lit., 't.ili I
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lAMIW M'AISflN.
Firrnlil,8IXCil Srl1ie, II S. A.
i'ii item.
Col tacc on llllh iltcet, HvvriHiin, j,'oil
cblcru, etc. I;upiiri' of I'n. Sunn.
lJ-l.Vlf.
I'm- .Hiilc.
.Six i'lbo Pulaski county bond, pail
hie. Kmpilre of .lohn It. :e.-l..nt City
National II. ink, t'.ilio. l-l-l iil1
Allt'lllllill I lll'lll.'l-.
We have four doen Imitation Phony
pi-ajjue Can-opener, tnken lor aiher-
-I-Iii'i which wo will -ell at two ikillar
icrilocii. Impiireat rullctin olllre.
Lost I'iiiiiiiI.
If any person lostanytblnoii la-t Sat
urday in Cairo, ciKpiire of Mr. lohn
rainier, corner Mlcvl-iillt fticct and
Wasilii;tnu avenue. l-l-l-:tr
-! I 1 Olii'lllllC.
Pice Lunch, at tl.t Ceiilennlal Saloon,
tlatethi' I'jfyptlau) cornel ol SKtli sticcl
iml Coinmerelal avenue, on Saturday,
Ijnuarv l&tli. N'ickoi.ah .Mr:t'i:,
Projitlttor.
MiiimI mill foul.
I II wood by the cord, Hi 7"; I ft
wood by tho.liall'coril, $'J (M: I ll'awcd,
ier cord, $t .Ml; I It wood xawed and
plit per cord, bd. Coal, per single
twi, SI ftfi; coal, two ton. ,.; coal,
or more ton, .71.
M'-lni. C. W. Wiu:i:i.l:i: A (11.
national coknet
tki:ni:i:'.s jiai.i,
BAND'S BALL
17lil INST.
Tickets can ho procured at .McOaulcy'
Iru' store, llobblns lljziir, and at K. A-
'. limlcr' iuwolry store. J-l-td.
U'iiimI mill foul.
On and alter thl il.tto the price- of
wood ami coal at my yard, adjoining the
iiroandst. I.nul Narrow t.aujjc depot,
will lie a follow-:
Pour root wood pcrconl, 7.1; four
loot wood per half cord, ?'J: lour tool
wood, awed. jicr cord, iiO ; four foot
wood, -awed ami split. pr cord, f'i; Ua
.M1nl1lyco.il per sim.-h' tiin, S'l ; same per
two ton, SII 7.1: -anieper four tofl and
upwards
.ll fiKni- iiciiverisi.
1-7-1 111 -Ia-. K. l.tM:. Ptop'r.
TOBACCO SALK.
irsl Siilo ol the .Sen-nil it I Hie I'liiii
I or-' 11 lirclllilloe lo Tiaki- I'lari' I Ills
.Xall'llillu: III Ifl o'olllCli.
The Plantei-'j Tobacco Waichou-e, on
cntb street, bclwien Comuiciclal and
WnMiIujjIini avenue, Me.r. Sliaiilin.
lliuklo ,V Co., proprietor, will
open Willi a yoou ale tin-
1110111)117. .lu-t how many
ho.boad will hu placed on the brake-
we ate unable to stale, but I In; sale will
lie a hlf one for the llr-t ol Ihe caon.
Merchant.. hiisluc. men, eleik-, and
veiyljody aic Invilid lo be prc-enl.
I.i'iiiid flii iilll;.
Pice l.uuch, at the Ct'utcmilal Saloon,
ite the Kt;ypllan) coiuerot Sith ilicot
iml rouiuicicial avenue, on hatuiil.iy,
lauu.irv l.'itli. Nii'kiu.a-Miinci:,
-'t - Piopiletoi.
Kur
Salo,
A silver plated No. ii Wilson Shnllle
I'Wiii"; .Miichlnc, haul (pianoj llul-h,
valued at $N'". W ill be .-old al .-JDili-
mini, on ;;oi.. trim, and oiileicil dhect
urn Ihe factory.
Colored and mounted .Map ol Ihe
ilyol Cairn at $'J Wleadi (halt price.)
A No. II Wil-on Shuttle .Sew I lie; Ma-
blue valued al .j7fi. Will be old al fdo
li-coliul, and oiileicil ilhccl IVoiu the
fai'lory.
A $-!( I'cminnlon Sowing .Mnchlne -M
oil for eaih. Sullable lor tailor or
boot ami shoe inauufartuicr.
- slyle "K," "Clouli, Walien A
Co.'s" Parlor Orjtiiu. lltrht I10111 the lae-
tory al Kelroll. 1.1-1 price, iatxi. Will
be sold for vJ(Ml.
HKiO sheet of brl-lol bnan
Ivcil al Ihe Uri.i.KiiN- ollln
Just,
and
fnle to Iho tnde.
.MOIINTUI .MA PH
iic 1 111:
I lly ol' I'.ili'o,
oloi'cd ami varnished, for fain at
bull
pile (.t.'i.iiU) at llic iii'i.i.i'.iiN oiuce.
--'JH.iWO note head, Itll.tKHl envcloiie.
JO.Oixi letter head, 111 ream slalemcut ',
in reams hill head- ('aiiMn puper-Jii-l
icceivcil ami lor .sain ai inn 111 1.1 i.ii.n
llllC.
I'or any ol Ihe above : llcle., apply 11
I'.tn.l.KI IN Olllce. K. A. Ul'liN'KI 1
I'nc Die Wei UI.V illlllelin.
Pcivoii wldiluir advcill-euicnl-' or In
al notices lu-ciked lutlie Weekly llri.i.r.-
m, hhnulil'hiiiid In the copy hy Tuof-
day noon, of each week,
Tl'lfit lat IScmic
The thief .'IIIimIi.iI seveiid day ago,
clunked wllli Ihe hold theft al Taher
111 in.' Jewelry liiiv Home lime ajjii, made
a dcKpcrale cll'oll to eteape Irom Ihe
ottlccn yeslcrdav, I le had HVeii taken In
Ihe.slicrlirn olllee, and when aboiil lo In
icliuned to hi cell by Ocpuly Sheilll
.fohn alu and .taller Plierabl, In
mad' a hold daMi, and s-iucccded In
"lipping' by the olllccr and
the sidewalk In front of Ihe coiirt-hoiiH'.
An he passed out of the jjale, Oepuly
Calu llrcdat hliu, which ul traded the at
tcntloii of a iiitmbcr of person In the vi
cinity, and a llroly cha-e eiHiicd. "Chi.
caj;o .luck-," a the thief 1 called, ran up
Twcntlclli slreut toward the levee, hut at
the corner of I 'oplarand Twcntlclli street
be wa. sloiipcd by Mr. Alex. I'rv, who
uiauncil to trip ami throw him, and In
lfs time Hum It lake to tell It, half a
floen pci-30113 were on hit hack. He
wa returned lo Id cell, ami It I unt
likely Ibat he will soon have another
opportiiiilly in even attempt lo make hi
e-clpe.
I'cr-iiiinl.
.lewidt Wllcov wa expected lo ie
tutu liouiSt. 1 .011I lat nielli,
Tint. Wallace' Siitcr ipinitcicd at the
SI. Chaiki hotel (lining their tav lu Hit
city.
.lohn Kllllnworth, of St. I.oul,
and Ii. W. Iliowu, l.'lchmond, Viilnla,
were it'gMeinl at Iliebt. Chiille yc-tcr-day.
Mr, laoy. Ilevciiili;t', we are much
lileavil lo state, wa much Impinvcd In
health jcleril.iy.andlt I lclieed will he
cnllrcly well in a fewilaj ii.
I.ale yelcnbiy ('vcnlne; we wcie. in
formed of the fcriou IIIik; of Mr. Win
ter, wife of Mayor Winter. Mr. W. wa
taken -Ick very nuddrnly about noon ye-
toiday, and it 1 said that for a time her
lib. wa, .Impaired .... IVehope her o
I- not in -erlou a leportcd.
-W, .1. lirouli ton, general uperiu-
leuilent of Ihe St. Lout, Alton and Terra
Haute; P. I. I'ro-t, siiicilnlcink'iit of
tho Mi!iilppl Central, and .1. P. Tucker,
siipcriulciideiit of the Illinois Central rail
road, were in tin city yesterday, and
held a conference at the St. Charles
hotel. It was Intimated licit they were
arianyino; taiill'rate to and from Phila
delphia diulnj; tbe Centennial.
t.riaaail iia'iiliif.
Pice Punch, at the Centennial Saloon,
(late the Pjiyptlan) corner of Sixth street
ami Commijuial avenue, on .ittirday
laiiury ITith. N'i( i;oi.-.Movci:,
Jt Proprietor.
l.iii Ml Miiirl-Sloi.
There was iiulliin of inten.'-t trans
pired In the police court. yesterday.
pL'im.'inbi'r Mr. (ir.inxer'r conceit
t the Atlieiit'iim nest Tuesday cvmilii.
Oct your ma'ks and rotuiuc. hi or
der for the -r.inil ina-'ipicrade ball at
Tinner'. halt next Monday nlj;ht.
The Wallace Sl-ter were well pat
ronized la-t nl'dit, the atlcudaiice bcimr
much larjrcr than the night provlou.
O.-car P. Price and Miss Marjjaiet
'J'. Carey, of Pula-ikl county, were mar-
lied In this cltjr yesterday hy Justice o'
the Peace Comiii';.
Next .Monday uljjlit, remember, the
new National Cornet's rand .Ma(uc
r.ide Hall take place at Turner Hall.
Calve the National Cornet Hand the
encouragement due tiietn, ami a inii-iiif;
benelit at Ihelr jraud inaipietad' ball
net Momhiy niijlit.
Ml. Oiali;rer' conceit at the Athe-
neiun on next Tiii;d.iv evcniii'', will be
i very hiiltlaiil all, dr. The hcM amateur
talent in Ihe city will be brought in play
on Ibis occa-iou.
-The Leap-year party !o be ulven hy
tlic Ladle' Centennial A-'HOcIatlon on
I'riday nlj;ht, 'J-lh hi-l., promises to he a
very nice aiiair. rnu iiut latucs nave
the management of theallalr, and the sue-ec-
ol It cannot he doubted.
-Mr. Kale Cooper oiler her service-
as a niir-e lu sickne. Sue has had sev-
lal years (wpeiicnco and can -.'ive the
best of ii'leience. 'IViin S.i ycr week.
Apply til her icldcuceln Wlleov's block,
coiner ol l.levci'lh -trcct and Wa-bhiir-lon
avenue. 1-tl-lt
Woik on the new levee I pi nitre injj
l.ivoiably, and as i.uudlv a eould be
xpi'ctcd under Ihe cinaiuutauecs.
When that portion between the powder
hou-e and the MIs-N-lppl h'Vee I lllled,
iheie will be a coullnoils emb.iukmcut
bom ero levee to the Ml"1-ilipi levee.
II you want an ccououilcal heatinj;
love for wood and one of Ihe handoiu
l stove in Ihe maikct, wllli llhunlua-
led front, buy the hnprnved Pvcnln
.Star which look the blue ribbon at St.
Louis Pair l.il October, overall other
lu exhibition. I'or sale hy C. W. Hen-
er,on, 10 1 Commercial acnue, Cairo,
Illluol. ll-2S-il.ini
-The county coininls'ilouers were ui
se-ion ye-'lciil.iy nwrnlii''. Shenll'
lrlu Hied hl bond a eollcelnr, alter
ipprovlujf which Hie comuii-lnuers ad
journed. The amoiiut of bond icipilred
to bi'('lyen by Ihe collector Is SH I.'i.OU'i,
and the amount of revenue to he col
Iccled, $li;:,0!in. It l not every Indi
vidual who can like a bond for $:i:n,000,
--Tbeie I, we are told, an uiUMial
anioiiut of tlcl.uc's anioni; Urn small chll
dicn of (he cily, and it I of a very mall;;
nam and daii(,'eroiH chnractcr. The pie
vallliij.' dNe.iei! ficeins lo he what i called
i:ocola,a dU(!ase similar to scarlet fever,
and If au.vlhinjf, nioio dauj;einus and fa
tal. Parents cannot be loo ejutlnu, and
upon the llr-l Imlieailous of Indisposi
tion, a phy-iclin should be called,
Prompt nn dlcal attention Is pveryllihiK
Willi Itoscnla,
Let It be rcnioiubercd that Hie Hr t
tobacco r.ale oft he "ciisoii Inl.ei placn al
Ihe Planlcin' waiehoii':o on Tcnlb .street
this inoriilnij at ID o'clock. Let every
body whoean, and nearly everybody can,
be prcfcnl. (in to tbe sale anyhow, and
it you don't waul to buy, It makes uo
dlll'ercuce. Attend Dm sale, anyway. It
I cucoiirafin!,' lo ehlppcrs to see a hirjjti
number of pcr.-ons at the sale-, though
there may not be hall a dozen buyer.-!
aiiiou'f '.lieiu. Attend Ihe aU' to-Uuy,
LKOAI, i.oni:.
tliliiliniK nl .IhiIkc 'loll.i'.v mnl I lly
Atliililov Itlill'l, oil lln d'llt'H Ale
Iliurll.v i dii-mil llic ItlKliI nl ny
iKcf iliu New l.i'ci l Hu, ;iiiiu
Mini Ml. I.i)iila Klinriiod l'aliiiiNH.i .
A the pioiio'ltlou to raul the lUlit
of way ocr the new lece, and New
l.evce ((Ircct, to Ihe Cairo and St. I.oul
railroad company I uppermost lu the
public mind JuM at thl time, and Ihc
topic nl imnjli iliciiitoii anion"; our.eil!
zcn, we haW secured eoplc I the opln
Ion of .liiilji! ilotui II. Mulkey and 1 Itv
Attorney l!jck, 011 the mbjuct which
were, "ubtniiled and read at the ineelln
of llie cnuj.cll on Wcilne-alay nljjht.
lioth tlicsii Keiillcnioii take Htronjr
1,'rouud :i'';fnst tbe ilht of the city to
act hi the pAuil-c, except hi the man
ncr pic-criliil by law.
The I'olloiln;,' 1 the
OI'INION
V (II V A I I HUNK V lll.lt K 1
'I tin. W I I II
lay, l.-i., .Mriul.rr or tUr i ii-
dimmer ' nil
iuuv.
Dl'.lt Sill'
-In compliance Willi your
1 opinion perlaliihii; lo the
lcipict for 11'
power ol 111
.city couiicl of I be elix- ol
Cairo, In refi-jencc. to riiillii'' the rij-hl
of way to tlnl Cairn A M. I.oul railroad
company, llibuh the city aloni; ami
lilnin new l.ece street :
I would iuot re-peelllllly suhmit Ibat,
lo answer .oii iracry. It I only neeoarv
to advert to one question, and befote do
in"; o lei mi! suit' hero the well iccog-
nleil propo-itlou in rctcrelicc to lulliilci
lial coilMiiatloii-.u'l.li'li 1 that Kiev liolinr
iilelely the creattlff! of the le'Ulaluie
ol tin.-state, tbey arc endowed only with
-itch functions and iiowcrs. ami arc ub.
joct to mii b liabilities a are cpielv
anil clearly couicitcii or innm-eil iiimn
them by statute.
That Ibev are in ni.mv HiIium. n. loe
Ins'.ance, the police itowi-r, inercly acting
a a contitntiou:d nart of the
State duly delegated wllli prnie.'
Omrttou lo iiitIoiiii .such unices
is the State, as a whole. roulU not. with
out ureal lui'oucn;cuieihi.
lu tlm nr't nlace. It mint be concodod
that a'tbe raiboad lniiie.tlin havliif; no
power confcrnsl upon it by its charter to
('Menu us rauroaii, in street tluoub
' 7, Cl" "
look to the general h'fldatlu enactment
or ine Sitaie lor ilia solution ol t ie
ih'ht.
And asagcucral pnipo?ltlona icspccts
stc.im railway., legislative authiolty is
iiecear.v to warrent Ihein to be placed
in Ihe Mitel- or highways.
The IcgMalure may llelegale to nillui
cijial or local bodies the ritstit to grant or
ivi'ii-e -itch authority, and lurtht'iniorc
the 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 power of a general nature In
uiunlclpal corporations over streets, sue
unt tulllcleiit to confer upon .them the
right to authotle the appropriation ol
st reet.shy ordinary railroad whoe track
are constructed lu the u-iial manner, and
who-e trains are propelled by steam.
Another proposition, and then to the
question.
The New l.evce l rcct, whieli was prop
erly and legally dedicated liv thu owners
in lee simple to the Cily of
t airo, for the purpose of open
ing a highway, and being accepted
hy It, and so oHeired lor public
Hie, Ixcaine a public striM t of the city of
Cairo, notwithstanding Ihe election of an
embankment ot earth which temporarily
Is intended for the protection from hum
dation, hut i a much a public si net n-,
either Wa-hlngtnn or Conunerclal ave
nue. The cllyol Cairo is orgaui.ed under
the gcnerol Incorporation act of 1S7J,
miller which the legislature fully delega
ted It with power to act hi this matter of
granting the right ol way to steam rail
roads, and which it Is bound to follow hi
It- direction.
The only way you can "rant the rlitht
of way to thl-) I or any other railroad
through the city, upon and In one of it
streets, is by ordinance upon the the pe
tition ol a majority ol the owners of
property fronting the street or such por
tion a to bp.oecupled hy the railroad.
See -ecllon HO, article I, of act of l.-7'.',
Ultras edition, page i!il.
Yours truly,
ll.tuwux II. Hi. ick,
Cily Attorney.
The billowing i Ihe
ocixiiiN' or .untii: mi-i.i;i:v.
The question whether the city council
(.in by ordinances or icsolulion without
any ai'lioii on Ihe jiait ol the owners of
the laud fronting and abutting upon new
Levee street, grant Ihe right of way and
prlvelcge of laying down and operating
a railroad track through and along said
new l.evce street, ha been submitted to
me h- youie of the city council for de
termination. Want of time absolutely I'otbld any
thing like nu elaborate eou-ldcratiou of
tlicquc-tlou.
'file view, however, which I taku of
the matter renders till uiiucfiary.
It may be premised hi the Ilist place that
the city council can e.ercle no power
or liiucllons except such a are e.iiresj
conlerrcd upon It hy the legislature or
,ueli Implied power as are necessary to
the eercl-e of Hio-o which are expressly
coulericd. And it may further lie oh-
.-itwI that municipal corporations are
at all limes absolutely siili-cr lent to the
legidalive will, except so far a untrained
by coiistllutinnal lliullallou-i.
These general principles, about which
there can be no controversy, being
conceded, we very naturally, la Hie llrst
place turn our eyes lo the statutes of the
State for a satisfactory solution of the
question.
The ninetieth paragraph of seellnu 01,
chapter 'J I, of the Itevl-cd Statute, reads
asiollows: The cily council or board of
tiu-lees shall have no power to grant
I be use of or light lo lay down any rail
road (racks In anv street ol'llieclly lo
uuyMcatn or horse railroad company, ex
cept upon a petition nt Ihe owners ot Ihe
laud lepre.-eutiiig moie than one half of
Ihe 1-onlago ol the Hlicct, or o much
thereof as is Foi.lit to be u-cil for tall
road puipo-c.s." Tills Is the only statu
tory pi oMon hearing directly upon the
uiaiiiier ol cscrclsiiiL' the tight to make
such a grant that I am awaie of, and hi
my pidn incut II Is conclusive of the que.
Hon. I take It as well sell led law,
without citing authorities to
supiiou the proposition, that
whenever a st'itniory nuht or nuwer
Is ciin lot i cil, and I lie mode of ecrellug
Mich right or iiowitI nreciilicd by the
statute, it cannot he cM'rclt,d lu any
other manner. I run coutldcut that no
well Informed lawjer will ills-cut from
llils nrono-iilou. and that no resoeclalile
authority can befoimd In conilicl. with It.
raw ii!r in s L'cncr.u luinc in e n connce-
Hon with the ccllnu of the staliile above
cited, il seems to follow as a legal and
lii'Meal fcmioncc, tuai iiclnre the council
could make any such grant the owners of
Ihe in lid .ifl ii c-cnti nir mnrothan one-half
ol Ihe froniage of Ihe street, would huye
lo nrc-ent to the city council a nellllnu.
iiklng that such grain, be made, lu my
hu ''incut the iicllllou lu all such cares Is
a lurl-dicilonal condition, ab-oliitely nee
esary In put the founcll lu motion, and
Willi. nit which the action of the council
would be nIuiiiIv null and void. Art well
might Hie cmml) coiiit attempt to lay
out a new road, or proceed to order the
sale ol a man's eslale w ithout Ihe peti
tion icqiilrcd bv Hit) statute being lli'.-t
llleil, Wilhoilt Ihe pclllloli lu such cae
Hie act of thecoillt Would be cociwi na
,ic(iiv. ami, theiclore, hindlng upon no
one, Au ntlcmiit nu the part of Iho coun
cil lo make such a grant could hut result
in complication highly detrlmealiil to Hie
bed Interest of the city, I have been
told, however, thai It has been suggested
(hat the abo e pr n'Nnii ot ihc statute
noes not apply to Ihe street lu quest Ion,
for the reason that the laud abutting
Upon the street has not been Dialled and
laid out Into lot. Thl might be (rue if
ine siaiuic said so, uut I lead ihe prow
Aloii hi vain to lin.l Mich a quallllcallon.
The term lots, or lot, uller (he most care
ful reading, raiinnt be found ; hut the
wood land we llml. mnl ten omit hil.o li
hi lis ordinary acceptation, unless (here
is some imperative reason lor atlachlng
to It a dlll'erent meaning. The statute N
clear, plain and explicit, leaving no room
for construction. We niii-t nuine that
Ihe legislator knew what they were do
ing, and the force and value of the term
used by them lu adopting thl provision
of the statute, and to say that they meant
lots Instead ot laud hi Its ordinary slgnl
licatlon, would he Imputing to them a
very hlghdegreeof Ignorance ofthc value
of word. To say that tlieprovIlon was
not intended to apply to such portions of
a cily as were not regularly platted,
would he to incorporate Into It a provi
sion not found there, which Is not war
ranted byanyol the rule ol construction
known lo the; law.
lu my Judgment there I no room for
construction, ami tr Incorporate such a
provision into the act would be doing
inatiKe.t violence lo Ihe legl-latlve will.
Iiiii.v II. Mri.UKY.
Ctii'ii, li.i,., .Ian. I a, IS7tl.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Jniiiliii.a Term. A. II. Iafi.
Olllccr
I), il. Iluker, illlilge.
I!.S. ociun, Circuit Cleik.
Alex. II. Irvlu, Sheilll'.
I UlllsntY rK.NTII HIV CltlMIV tl..
tn yetenmy morning tin! argument
In the ease of the People V
Albert
..it-....
Maine took place. William C. Mnlkc
siaie'. attorney, appeared on behalt ol
the People, ami Hon. .lohn II. Mul
key reprccnted the defendant. After
quite lengthy speeches by the above gen
tlemen, the Jury returned a verdict of
guilty, and llxed the term for which he
wa to be Imprisoned In the penitentiary
at two year.
The case ol the People vs. Ucrlba Cas
tle wtrs called, and the defendant did not
ippcar. On account of the non-appear-
aneenf the defendant a default was en
tered against here surety, .lohn MeXulty.
ihe ctc of the People v.. Hubert
Lemon, indicted for perjury, was com-
meinccil hi the evening, hilt did not pro-
giess very for before the adlotiriuuent of
court.
I The following are a lew ot the on'unscs
for which persons are to lie tiled at the
present term of Ihe court : Three for
murder; one for manslaiiL'hter: three
lor perjury ; three for forgery ; eight for
larceny; one for
Incest, and one for
sodomy.
COMMERCIAL.
C.tino, li.i.., Tut nsii.iv i:vi:xi:,-ii,
iianuary la, 7ii.
The weather continues cold and hi
every way adapted to the transaction of
business, but sliiciyMn'mlay very little
has been done, and di-alert have very little
to ay lor the out-look.
The I'lour mat kct Is very quiet. Low
ami medium grades are very dull, and
there Is very little demand I'or them.
Choice brands have a good call. There
Is but a light hay trade, with uo demand
for the poor grades, there being plenty ol
It here. The receipts of corn have been
small but equal to the wants'of buyers,
w ho are scarce. There Is a fair order de
mand for oats, and not many on the mar
ket, though the supply till far luis been
equal to the wants. There Is a very
small demand for meal and bran,
they are iinn-ually dull. The medium
and old -lock of butter I hugely in cv
cess of the demand, and the supply of
choice is lair, l-.ggs are very plenty, ami
very dull, and selling as low as 121 ccnls.
There Is a good demand for all kinds ol
poultry ami dressed meal, the weather
being cold and favorable lor handling it.
Apples are quiet, hut a good demand for
choice. Provl-ious nre quiet. Potatoes
plenty, with a light demand. hilous are
dull. Hides ami furs remain unchanged.
Till: MAUKKT.
jayOiirlr'.ends should bear in mind
that, the pi lees here given are u-ually for
sales from first hands hi round lots. In
tilling orders ami for broken lots It Is nec
essary lo charge an advance oyer these
llgtllv.s.-MfHi
IT.OPIt.
Low ami medium glides nt ilour are
dull, wllli a nominal demand. Choice
Ilour is wauled. Sale! noted were LVI
bbls. ration guide, $l(s7; 200 bhli
varioiHgrade. SI(T,',i! S,"i ; n.'si bbls various
grades on order, $1 2.Y;o7 2.1; nod hljl
various grades, j. I! 7.i ;:I0H bbls yaiious
grade, flCi i! 7.",,
MAY
Very quiet, w ith uo demand lor poor
grade. Sales were I car mixed, $12 60;
1 carTi thy, $11; 1 ear Timothy, SI.". ;
2 cars mixed, 12.
coi:n,
Transactions have been light. He
eelptn lor the week' have been small, but
fully equal to the demand, which Is
limited, Sale wero 2 cars white In iieks
ilellveied, lac.
OATS.
Oats aia hi fair demand to llll older,
There is a limited supply In Ihe market
Sales leportcd were II ears while sacked
and dt'livereil, HCjiru! ; I ear mixed
Noilhcrn, 12c; 1 cur Southern Illinois
In sacks IHic' 1 ear No, 1 white on order,
lee; 2 cars choice mixed Northern, -l!lo ;
1 ear in sacks, :i"e ; 2 cars Southern Illi
nois in hulk, illlc.
MKAL.
There Is very little demand for meal,
and it is dull. The only sale reported
was CO bbls at $2,
HKAN.
Nothing Is doing, and uo demand tor
il. No sales wero reported.
' I TKir
The c.upply of choice butler in mat kct
Is Itdr, and the old slock' Is hi excess of
Ihe demand. Sales reported were -I
packages choice roll, 2.1e; I packages
choice loll, 2.'e ; ! packages old roll, IKo;
I packages old roll, 20e ; 5 palls Southern
llllnolj, arte; 5 palls Southern Illinois,
iSe; UOO pounds roll, 20e; 10 package
Southern llllnol, 22:ie; 10 packages
Noil hern, 2l2:.e.
KCJCIH.
Kggs tuti dull nnd have sold as low its
12 J cents. The nun Let l lull of litem,
Sale were r. boxes, l.V; too ,0en )6(,
too .1.. a.il.. . .
ii.fm.ii liju--, mo noen, ir,e; tm
loz, lIGfilSe; 100 dozen, ir.e.
POPLTKV.
all kind of poultry nr.) lu good de
inand. The weather It Hue for Ihe bus
lues. .Sale reported were 2iKi lb tur
keys, I2i:i; 'J doen chicken, $11 a.l
III coop old hens, $:ig;i 60,
hkkssmo mp.ats.
I lie weather since our lat Issue has
been very lavorable for dreaded meat.
H i , , ....
.nu mi-j ine 111 j;oo(i neuiniid, .salei re
ported were '' beeves, ; 100 lb
pork, ,'c; '.'.ulressed hogs, 7"e.
APPLKS.
All kind of apples, wllli tho execution
of choice, are dull. Choice Michigan are
wanted. Sales reported were !. hb.
si aHLs'-s oo hins v iiipjan. st iritx.
PliOVIHIONS.
'revisions are quiet. Sales reported
were .1,000 poundstliy ult honlder,Sc.
PO'l'ATOKS.
Theiel a light demand fornotaloe.
.. I... . .
nun agon,, supply in maiket. Sale
ni...l a . i. i.i
.."".iMin-i far reiicii mows 10C per
mi-uei; so u.irreis. I each U ow. l nr..
ONIONS.
Onions are dull. Sales wcie 1 car MYa
o"c. iicr miauei.
.... ... .
MIDI'S AMI I'PUS.
Hides aiedllll. but there I ii lit.' .I-
maud for furs, at quotations:
, , Ks-'-ry huij, iK(i)He, dry sailed,
HR.P.'e: ureen a ted. tic;; Hte ilinn.i,r.i
i price. v " '
Prns-Weiinote Welern--Itlli.r. Vn
1 J.'.' -'. No 2. .V: No. II, SIM
I '.; No. I, 2.V. Mlnk-o. 1, Slg
10c. ltaccoou ao. I. flOfTi (!.e: No
lOe ; No. !l. 20e; No, I, Sc. "Pov-tlrav,
Nn. 1 eased, $1; .. i open, 75e; .Vn.-.'
riO&Ofk! ; No, :i, 23o; No. I. lOo; Wed,
No. 1 cased, $1 CO; No. I open, $1 2.1.
Skunk- lllack, Stk$$ ; half striped. Ml
noe; narrow, It.lc; kitten. Lie. Opos-uiu-SQ;10e.
Heaver $1 COfSi'. Musk
rat 10Qv2.'.e. Hear No. 1 , $8"; Xo. 2, $.1 ;
No. Il, ; No. t. COe. '
Di:i:ii Sivivi (,uoto: Winter, 2.Vj.'10c ;
fall, Ile'l'lc. " i
RIVER MEWS.
Wll llEI'AIITMKNT lllVltll ItKPOHr,
Jnii. 1.1. I SIC .
4II0VE
LOW WATKH.
riUNiir..
IT.
Cairo
I'lltnliurK
Ciiiclnnuti
I -nu Ut llic
.Vmlivillv
St. Ixiuh
Krtinwtlli-
.MrniiliM
VIolituiK
.SVw OrlciiD ...
-I
l
-I
.lA.XJUS H'AVSdN,
g'rnn-aiil, Sbfiml Srnlre, I'. S. A.
Port Mail.
Aitniyr.il.
Steamer Plorcuce Lee, Paducali.
" Atlantic and bgs. New Orleans,
" .lames Callmore, tow, St. Louis.
Lily, Cincinnati.
duo. A. Wood, tow, Pittsburg.
" Smoky City, tow, Ohio river.
" Leopard and bg. New Orleans.
" Liberty No. I, tow, St. Louis.
" Mary Sillier, ileinphl.
City of Helena, St. Louis.
" Plorenco X.ee, I'aducah.
" Sam Urown, tow, St. Louis.
" St. .losoph, St. Louis.
imi'.tuiKii.
.Steamer Florence Lee, Paducali.
" Atlantic: and bgs. St. Louis.
" dailies (illmore, tow, St. Louis.
Lily, South.
" duo. A. Wood, tow, South.
" Smoky City, tow, South.
" Itcriuuda, N'ahvllh'.
Mary Miller, Mound City.
" City of Helena. New Oilcans.
" Florence Lee, Paducali.
' St. ,locph, Mriiiphi.
mvi:n, wi:.tniKi: .txn iu'hinkss.
Illl-illCi was quiet on the lcva-
ye-terday, as usual.
I'lie wcalhtr was suiuhliiy and
btlghl, but cold yesterday.
The Ohio liver tell .'1 leef ami 5
inches.
(ii'.Ni'.u.u. m:t-.
The light house lender, Lilly, aj
rlvcd at this port from Cincinnati about
'Ix o'clock yesterday luornlng, reiualneil
a little while and went South. She (.joes
to a point a short distance below Natchez,
Mls-isslppl, lu compliance with orders
from Wiisliiugton, and upon ai riving
there, will turn back and Inspect thu bea
con HithU on her way up, make change,
pay keeper, etc., all the way up to Pitts
burg. Lieutenant C. M. I tod. well Is in
charge of the Lilly, ami Captain W. It.
Iloel It her master. It will take sixty
days to complete the work.
The Bermuda arrived hero on Wed
nesday evening. She had a lot of Iron
for C. 1!. Woodward, 00 barrels of meal
for Memphis, ao coops of poultry (or
New Orleans and a lot of hides a ml other
tiil! for St. I.oul. She went back to
.Var.htille yesterday moriilue.
Captain Lea Crane, of the Mary
Miller, was hi the city all day yesterday,
and tool; his boat to Mound City last
ullit.
The prediction now is that unless we
soon have a freeze-up hereabouts, Ice eon
sinners will have to pay dearly for this
luxury during Ihc coining heated term.
The Ohio river Is going down rap
Idly. The wharf was a very quiet place
yesterday.
Kate I idler and her Ma.cppa troupe
were among tho big crowd ol passengers
for New Orleans on the Charles Morgan
on Wednesday.
Thu Andy Damn, alter having had a
new doctor put lu her nt Cincinnati tho
fore part of the week, was to liavu
started from that u t on Wednesday for
New lb leans,
The .lames U, Parker, Captain Uoh
Wise, leaves Clnclunatll for Memphis to
morrow. Tho .lames D. Parker, on her lut
round lilp front Cincinnati to Memphis,
registered two hundred and sixty-three
passengers.
Tho Louisville hit Cincinnati ou
Wednesday evening, for Nnw Orleaus.
Tho K vuu-villi) people, who don't
like to hear any unkind or uncomplimen
tary remarks about the Idlewlld, want to
bet 00,000 or $00,000 that she cuit bent the
llllnolsl ii a race. If Is believed by "Corue
or he river men here, however, who ro
we) acquainted Wth the speed of Ml,
he Idlewlld ami llllnol, ,mt ,t mm
be unhealthy for the Idlewlld to Kurt
Kul..st the Illinois In a regular race, und
"at It would bo Mle for the Kvnvlll
K'oi'le to keep (heir money lu their
clothe,
n ,7"'C ,A!la",, ' 'are, for New
lea.., left SI, I.oul at J oVIoe last
Veiling.
-TheClty or Alton, Captain Blxbr,
eaves St. I.oul .u-ulght tor slw
Orleans, and will be here to-morrow.
i..7. . .t.,nclm,a" OmmercM ays
I Hot .too McCulloiigl, went out on the
Susie Silver to learn tha river Ut ween
Memphis and Xew Orleans.
The John W. Oarrett, Ciiptaln .toliu
K. Ilooth, with hfr banrei. la.f I'tni...
"all for .ew Orleans on Vaiiii.Q.in
- - warn
evening.
- Lhe Mary Mou.ion leaves Cincinnati
tor New Orleans to-morrow.
The K. M. iMirlc.i I i., c....
Clnelnimll. for St. Louis. Alex Fratiler
and Jo.dah Jacols are her pilot.
I lie Orand Lake and low nn.i r'i.
of Cjiilucy, passed Vlekihurg on Wedne.
The St. Josenh. from St. I.mil arnr
Into port lat evening, with a fair trip,
layed heru a short time and went
South.
Th(! Himarck. from si. I nn'.
tine last evening, but had not got into
ium ar in o nock.
The Sam. llrown will return to St.
oul to-day.
-The Atlantic anil harne. from New
Orlean, arrived ycterdav. and Droreedani
on to SI. l.onls.
The Florence Lee came nnd wini m
usual yesterday, ami will leave for rutin.
cah again at 5 o'clock this evening.
Tho (alencou Ii loading at St. I.oul,
for New urlcans.
The St. Louis lltuubtictn 9a v Cant.
Tom Poe l In bad luck again. HI tow
boat A. J. Uaker bound down till river
for Orand Tower for a tow, encountered
a storm. Henry Wood, her pilot, to ob
viate accident, ran her Into Km llllnoli
bankat Kaskaskla Island. Sim U alrv far
about the length ot herself. The captain
win go iiown and have her launched at
an incoiiIderable exoctiie when the
ground dries and hardens around her.
- J he Carondelet left New Orlean lor
the Ohio on Wednesday.
TheCIIvof Helena. Cant, l-aae Me.
ICee, arrived from St. Louis yesterday af
ternoon. She has just come out of the
hands of the repairers, and is a sight to
see. Her cabin has been newly and ele
gantly painted, carpeted, etc., and Is a
perfect siieelacle ol beauty. She had u
lair trip, and departed for New Orleans
lu the evening.
- -The Mary Miller arrived here from
below about i o'clock Wednesday night.
Captain Lee Crane will take her to Mound
City where she goa on the docks for re
pairs. The Joint A. Wood and tow. fiom
Pittsburg, pased down for the South at
i! o'clock yeitcrday luorulug.
The Smoky City, with a big tow of
Pittsburg coal, passed down the river
yesterday morning at 8 o'clock.
Oyster, Fish
AND
OAME DEPOT!
WI.VfEH'H BLOCK.
We will sell, hereafter, our gondii at
the following price-, and solicit the pat
ronage of Hie public:
ovsii:ks.
Family brands, per can US cent j.
Standards, per can -15 rental.
Select, per can CO cents.
Select, eti.i, per can 6.1 cents.
Tub oyster, per 100 $1 00
KISH.
CldcaeoTrimt anil Wttlte...ll cts. Der lb.
Hame, Pan Fish. ... 10 and 11 cts. per It.
IIAMK
Of all descriptions constantly on baud,
consisting of wild turkey, sipilrrels and
Venison.
fillOCKUIKS.
Family groceries very cheap lor cah.
ii:.i and l.'OFKKR
Made a xpecalty. (Jive us a trial.
MK.ITS,
Cheaper than tbe cheapest.
iCecpectfully,
12 :i-lf. W m. Wimkii, JH.,ico.
A Mai. I l.atuualry.
Il isiiuw coucaided that Mr-. Coleman
tho Uuudrexs, No. U Fourth street, be
tween Wilihi):l4n.t Coinmerelal avenues,
lias one ot thu bo-t 'conducted laundry as
tubllshiiionts in the city, and landlords at
tiotul and bourding bonnes nlll tiud It to
their advantago to call upon her.
Her prices are as follows : Hotel aud
biurditiK-tiouae wasblug, 75 cents par
dozen. I'oi ploce work prices art
as follow: Muglai shirt ami col
lr, 10c; per dozen SOc; took tic; two vol
lars, lie; two handkerchiefs, 6c; vests 20c;
and all gentlemen'! wear, SOc. per
doen. Ladles' plain calico dresses, 25o;
calico dresses with extra trimming, fine;
while di esses, $1 2.",e; ladles' iinderwHre,
line mid coarse. $1 00 oy dozen.
.Mulla r or Miuav.
C, Koch has removed his hoot and
shoe shop from tho old stand to UU
new brick building (one block below),
No. 1M) Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep tho best homo made anil St. I.oul
custom made boots and shoes., made of
thu best material ; good workmanship
aud in tho latest styles. All order
promptly attended to. 9-23-tl.
Nature.
Wo will pay uo hills contracted by any
employe of Tub Hum.ktin, unless the
same Is made on u written order algued
hy tho president or secretary of.the com;
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of tho company, for any
purpose whatsoever.
IMino Bi'i.t.KTix Company.
November H). 1875. ( It
Wrtutral
river) body to know that the place to fit
A xincKitU shave,
A (rood shampoo,
A faihlouahle hair-cut,
Or anyiliiug la that Une,
la at the UKAND (iimTRAtu BAMKtV
Snor, comer Kighth nad CotMiMrelaL
t-H-U J. Qaoaui STBiitfouM.
a-ml tumahw auiNdaaMI
ur.,ti.rAJUi,4B.

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