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REPORT OF WM. B. GILBERT, COR
PORATION COUNSEL OF TUB
CITY OF CAIRO, IN MATTER OF
RI(1 UTS OF RAILROADS UPON
LEVEE STREET, SECOND STREET
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE, IN
Law Okfick op Gkeen & Giliiisht,
Cairo Iu.s, Dec. 28. 1880.
'To the Hon. Clt (Council ol the City of Cairo.'
Gentlemen: At meeting of the Coun
cil, Nov. 16th, ult.,it was
"Resolved, that the Corporation Couusol
be directed to examine into and detino the
rights of the City and of the different Rtiil
roud Companies on Commercial Avenue'
, Levee Stheet and Second Street, and to
report thereon," &c.
I regret my inability to have complied
with the above resolution at an earlier date,
but, engaged, as I. have been almost contin
uously during the past six weeks and more,
in the preparation of printed briefs and ar
guments in the several suits of mandamus
and actions upon R. R. Bond Coupons pend
ing against the City in the Federal Court
at Spnugtield and in tho trial several impor
tant actions against the City for damages,
&c, in the Alexander Circuit Court, I have
found it physically impossible lor me to
make the examination &c, contemplated
by the above resolution, and report thereon,
Having now made such examination, and
given such consideration to the subject, as
I have been able to, and as Bcemed to mo
within the reasonable contemplation of slid
Resolution, I beg to report as follows:
As respects thcyighU of the City on ttiu
streets named; It certainly was not within
tho contemplation of the Conncil that I
Bhnuld undertake to enumerate all the
rights possessed by the City in the prem
ises, as it would require the writing of a
book to do ho ; and I deem it uufficiont for
the purposes of this report to Bay:
Fihst: The City has tho Bamo rights
upon the streets named that it has upon any
of tho other streets in the City, except in so
far as such rights havo been modified or
abridged by the several Ordinances herein
after referred to, and agreements of "Trus
tees of tlie Cairo City Property" hereinafter
Second: As was said by tho Court in
C.&V.R.R. Co. vs. The People, 1)2, III.,
174, ' by the 27th clause of section 02, ar
ticle 5 of tho uct of 1872 to incorporate
cities and villvgcn, tho whole suVject of the
control of railroads in streets is committed
to the local Government of such cities and
villages. Power is given to infurco Police
regulations as to the running of trains, to
secure protection to persons and property,
and to compel such Railroad companies to
raise or lower their track so as to conform
to any grade which may at any time bo es
tablished, und when such tracks run length
wise of any street, alley or highway, to
keep the tracks on a level with tho street
surface, ho that such tracks may be crowd
at any place on such streets," Ac.
As respects the rights of tho ditferent
Railroad Companies on the streets named,
I find and report as follows:
Illinois Central Riluoad Company,"
This company under a certain agreement
between the company and tho trustees of
tho Cairo City Property, original proprie
tors of tho land whereon the City was
platted, dated Juno 11th 1851 and long
prior to such platting, acquired, and now
possesses, tho following rights, which, ho
far as I am informed have never been ser
iously questioned, but on the contrary ex
pressly recognized by thg Circuit Court of
Alexander county la the case of tho People
Ac. vs. ill. Central R.R. Co., viz:
1st: Tho right (Soo sec. 2 & 3 of said
agreo inont, and was therein referred to) to
construct a levee embankiucut upon tho
h,iid upon which Levee Street, from its
n-rl hern to it southern limit and through
out its W hole length and breadth.is located.
'Jul: Tho right whenever said company
shall see fit (sec sec. (1, of said Hgreemenf)
to "lay dowt., construct and operate a singlo
or double line of rails, ot such form of rail,
gunge and manner of construction, as they
may deem judicious, upon or along the
levee or embaiikment, or any parts thereof;
and may use the same for the transportation
of passengers, goods, and merchandise, by
steam or other power subject only to such
reasonable and just rules and regulations
us to the use of their tracks, ns may bo
made and imposed by tho proper authorities
of Cairo City for tho time being; but no
rules or regulations shall bo imposed, or if
imposed, need be respected, which in effect
would essentially impair or entirely de
stroy the right of constructing and oper
ating tho tracks on tho leveo or embank
ment." 3rd: The fee, simple title and ownership
for Depot Grounds of all thoso portions of
land (commonly spoken of as parts of Leveo
Street) lying between tho southerly line of
18th Street, extended castwardly and the
northerly l.ino of 14th Street extended cast
wardly, and between the southerly lino of
4th Street extended castwardly and tho
northerly line of 2nd Street extended enst
wardly with tho right to "lay down,
maintain and operate there lines of tracks
and rails, upon tho above described lands,
in Rueh manner and torm as they may
deem proper; and may uso thereon steam or
other power of any kjnd, subject only to
the general liabilities of land owners, us to
the use of their property, but exempt from
any special rules or obligations imposed or
attempted to bo imposed by "tho Tiustecs
of the Cairo City Property or any ot their
grant' es, including the City of Cairo, (seo
set turns 9, 10 & 11 of said agreement.)
The agreement above relerred to, was so
modified by supplemental agreement of
May 31st 1855 between tho same parties, as
to allow the Illinois Central Railrod Com-
tin nv I ih Worn Fourth"'! to construct and
i J v '
complete certain portions of 'ji'etnliank
mentR or levees proviikOJ
""''I;'1"'1 Sfiftion of Levee Street be-lmvndfi!t-
wjl(jrc it C01n(M towards the
Mississippi Leveo and where the embank
ment is not yet completed as provided by
the original agreement only "as fast as the
business of the Illinois Central Railroad re
quires the extension of its track over and
upon any portion of tho bank of the Mis
Under this supplemental agreement said
Railroad Company has tho right to proceed
to complete tho embankment around said
curve, as it is now doing; and when the
same is completed to lay down and operate
a single or double line of rails thereon, ic,
as provided for in tho original agreement,
in all respects the sameasupon thebalanco
of Levee Street, between 4th and 14th
I further find that tho City ot Cairo by
Ordinance approved April 1st, 1878 vacated
Levee Street between tho southerly lino of
18th Street and the southerly lino of 34th
Street and that under and by virtue of such
Ordinance and subsequent release ol dam
no;es by owners of property abutting on said
Levee Street so vacated and Deeds of con
vey mice executed by the ''Trustees of the
Cairo City Property" (to whom the fee in
said street so vacated reverted) to said
Railroad Company, tho latter became the
owners of such Htroct so vacated, with right
to use the same generally for Railroad pur
poses and such tracks, switches, &c. &c,
as said Company deems proper.
I further find that tho City of Cairo, by
Ordinance passed in pursuance ot a legal
nnd proper petition of adjoining lot owners,
und approved Nov. Gtli, 1880, granted to
the still Railroad Company the right
to lay down an additional side
track on the easterly side of Leveo
Street from tho southerly sido of
4th Street to a point 210 feet northwardly,
to connect with its main track, on condition
precedent that Haid company removes its
present double lino of rails fronting tho
southerly end ol Block No. 2, castwardly, a
sufficient distance to leave a good roadway
along Levee Street to 4th Street of at least
twenty feet in width, at tho corner of 4th
and Levee Strcct.from the corner of the side
valk;und also that said Company plank and
gravel its tracks on Leveo Street in accord
ance with tho Ordinances of the City and
to Hie satisfaction ol tho Mayor and Com
mittee on Streets tho right thus granted to
be forfeited nnd ceaso to exist whenever
Bftid tracks shall cease to bo kept so planked
I further find that tho rights ot tho said
Railroad Company under the said agree
ments with tho "Trustees of tho Cairo Cjty
Property" hereinbefore referred to have
been expressly recognized by tho City of
Cairo, in ami by Ordinance No. 85, ap
proved Oct. 18, 1872, agreeing to pay said
Railroad Company $3,000, in consideration
of the removal by that coin puny of its
trnrks on L' Vee Street, between Fourth nnd
Fourteenth Streets to tho easterly sido ot
Levee Street, ns specified in the said last
mentioned Ordinance; also by Ordinances
N(.s 43 and 48, approved February 17th,
1873 and July 29lh 1880, respectively giv
ingsaid Railrod Company additional rights
to lay certain switches and tracks between
Eighteenth and Twenty-sixth Streets on
Levee Street; which two latter Ordinances
it is unnecessary to refer to in detail, in as
much us Levee Street liati binco their pass-
CAIRO BULLETIN; Fit! DAY MORNING, JANUARY
ago been vacated between Eighteenth to
Thirty-fourth Streets' and become vested in
said company as herein before set forth.
"Cairo and Vincennes Railhoad Com
pany." I find that tho City of Cairo, by Ordi
nace approved April Kith, 18(59, granted
to the Cairo and Vincennes Railroad Com
pany "the light of way over and along
Commercial avouno and St. Charles Street."
with "the right and privelev;e to lay down
and operato a single or double lino of rails,
(and no more) ocr and along said
Commeicial avenue aud St. Charles Street,
and across Lovee Street to any point at
which the depot of said Company may be
located and established; provided however,
that such rights and privileges shall be,
and are hereby granted only upon the con
dition and understanding that, Biiid Com
pany comply with certnin requirements in
regard to tho niodo and manner of construc
tion and maiutuinenco of said tracks and
operating of tho same, in said ordinance set
forth. Tho ordinance contains uo clause ot
forfeiture, nnd no limit as to tho timo with
in which tho said requirements shall all bo
complied with or tho grauted rights exer
cised. It has been claimed by the distinguished
counsel tor tho people in tho case of tho
people &c. vs. C. & V. R. R. Co. 02 HI. 174
(which wuetby nppeal from tho Alexander
Circuit Court to the Stato Supremo Court,
aud was there dismissed for want of juris
diction, without tho points raised being di
rectly passed upon,) to whom I am greatly
indebted for a copy of his very able brief
filed in that case.
1st: That said Ordinance was not author
ized under tho City Charter at date of its
2nd : That if authorized, the requirements
therein set forth were conditions precedent
to the exercise f the rights therein grant
ed; and that such requirements not having
been complied with, nor tho ordinance ac
cepted by word or acts, prior to the change
of organization of tho city aud its re-organization
under tho general law, said ordi
nance, was repealed by t'1KUI"-'rajtv-
'which forbuls the city council from granting
tho right to lay railroad tracks in the streets
except upon a petition of the owners
of the land representing more than
one half of tho frontago of the street to be
used for railroad purposes the previous
charter of the city containing no such re
strictions, and as a consequence no such pe
tition having been made,
I am not required to pass upon the question
of fact os to whether or not said Railroad
Company did or did not accept said Ordi
nance prior to Baid re-organization; but
even assuming there was no such acceptance
and with all due respect for the brief of tho
learned counsel before referred to, I cannot
yield assent to the positions he assumes. In
my opinion, (and I deem it not essential to
this report to enter into any elaborate dis
cussion or citation of law or authori
1st: Tho City, at date of passage of said
ordinance, had ample power under its then
charter to pass the ordinance, and the pro
cess of reasoning by which such power is
denied, seems to mo a very narow and
forced construction of the powers granted
to the City under that charter and to said
Railroad Compay under its charter, anl
can never be sustained by tho courts.
2nd : That, under a proper construction
of said ordinance, tho said requirements
upon which tho exercise of tho rights there
in granted are prodicatcd.cnn not be proper
ly regarded as conditions precedent to tho
exerciso of those rights somo of them at
least are requirements that could not in tho
nature of things bo complied with until
after the tracks wero laid and tho railroad
operated; nor is thero any time specified
in which such requirements shall bo com
plied with;; and if conditions precedent, it
would be difficult to say when, if ever, said
granted rights did vest or could vest, as
some of tho requirements are continuing
ones, having no ending.
3rd: Said ordinance was not repealed by
said re-organization. It was a valid ordi
nance when passed, and was still "in force"
at date of such rc-orgnnieation, aud not
"repealed or amended" up to tho time it is
conceded that tho railroad company did act
uudar timl accept the ordinance. And un
der this stato of facts, I nin constrained to
hold, in accordance with the opinion given
by me to the Council May 27, 1880, in mat
ter of the Cairo & St. Louis Railroad Com
pany, that tho above-mentioned ordinance
was saved and continued in force by Sec.
11., Art. 1, of the General Law, which pro
"All ordinances, resolutions and by
laws in force in any city or town, when it
shall organize under this act, shall continue
ill force until repealed or amended not
withstanding 81C.1I HE01U1ANIZATION."
The language used is positive, direct und
unqualified "ALL ordinances," Jtc bu
they consistent or inconsistent, in conflict
or not in conflict, with tho General Law.
English language could not bo plainer, and
it would bo u species of judiehl legislation
to hold that tho above section only con
tinued in force such ordinances as
wero consistent, und not in conflict,
with tho General law; for, such ordinances
would havo remained in forco anyhow and
without said Bection. The section was
certainly inserted for a purpose, nnd to do
tcrriiino what purpose, wo have only to
look to tho English language snd tho lan
guage of tho ordinance, to find that "all
ordinances" Ac. of every character and do
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Vaseline Toilet G caps,
n upcrlur lu su ftiiullr un i
and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable furm of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CENTS A EOZ.
of all oar goods,
EXPOSITION. COLGATE & C0.,&Y.
We lleiiii Cured, ut Miiily Rflievet
And Can Prove What 'iuiin.
J) try"Tlor are no failures ml i.u , ii'ipoliit-
niunls. If you nru troulmil ith .! K HEAD
ACI1K you t-Hii hu easily ami (U'ukl.. c:red, as
huielreds have liu'ii aln ii'ly. We fl.all ! ' please .1
to mail a sheet of ti-stiiii'iiiia's tnunv i j. i . :
. A j - '
Carter's Littlt-,"r- .,..7
a,., Liver I ills
"(' ... lorllis ol l"lloU-lli . Tt V, I.I ( "l:.'!
pmilon atid DyspepS'ii. promote Pi.'i stii.n, r Li ve
d .tress from' too In art v eating, roirert li'-.ir'Vrs
of the Stomach. Stimufati the I.lu r. hin! In-,-. .ate
the llowcls. They do all this l.y t:.kn. ;t!-t on.
little pill dt a iloe. They are ,ur-l , v'1 'al If. do
not uripe or purt'e. anu'aro as murlv p, .-! ( t i.s
It Is possible lor s pill to be. price -i-; 1. 1 is. fi ..r
$1. Sold h druu'L'isis ecri where or .ei.t by n ail
CAllTKIt .MEDICINK CO.. Hi. IK. PA.
W'ANTKD - Sluniifu
? business nrnii In Cairo, an I In every city iiiotnl.
ready inkeii. ; A lew hiiui'.ied ilnl,r 'i.en'ssrrv to
pay for e , ds on delivery n( r onl. rs hn- I.m ii
secured for the suiiie. 'fl.'ti per it.oi.tli prom
Kuarniitr cd. The unt i-ii'cI.h iimi, (ri
mliciicd. AS AKMI.UA en. on., r nrst
Mreet and Itruadway, p.roi klyn. N, Y
Rfj OILER'S K06i' COD-LI VEB CT
' i-rri"-tlT fit.-, rronniiie , I th t -t ruhi. r. Lti.
.t tul'l.'-.l H'ltli-.filii-s in trie W-.4 t,i'..-, 1, -t
rr-l t 111 Worn'. Ktjs- .! h. 1
joKti'jliruti.u. W H ICUItrrtLIU d CO N y
lnnns Psr'on, R(e-rjJ
DR. KLINE SGftEAT
furtiil Hat la & .Stutt liiint, f;,,j,iu
ji jrAi.uBH II I.U.11 a otrr . twi. -i r,:taj:.r
y nrimay a nr. i real) m au.i m&l luileire 19
r,liiiriu.lhf iwiyriiieiiires?". N-nd nui.",
I'. (I. arel ej.r'8 a.1 lre,i ., Iir. K 1.1 N K. V ,1
ftlihont medl"lneii. ALLAN'S POI.rm.K MFDI.
CATtD IHHOIKa. J'awuU-d ixuiiM lfi, i'.i.
No. 1 will care any ease In f..nr div. or le-s
No. J will care tu in.ral olu-t,jle ce, no malt, r
W now I'.OKBtainiii.i;.
Nu nauseous dosci of eubetis, coph or ml of
kmlalwood, tliat arn certain I i prodoes dysp. i,. a
fy ilcstrnyliitf t.'ie. cottlno of tlie st .tn..li. Vj
yrlniresoraHirtiiKPMtujKctlaiil to pr..uuce uUer
Price Hid. hul.l) IIY ALL DltlGGLSTS. or
nialled "I receipt of price.
P. O. HvX liXi.
roritr ner particulars ena nr cirentr.
J C. ALLAN CO., S3 umIiu Streut,
Cimr Uttl'r r''Wr'' f"r ny c'1 wlU no'
yulct.safc and tore curs.
1 Orlady that ea i u tie-ir
sddresi. will rto i , eseine.
thtnir Vs hi Mml. tlint
may prove ttie atepplmr-stoiio to n life cf success.
It U estMnnlly niltipted to those wlio li i r ached
the foot of the hill. Add res il. l.i
tireouwicli Street, New Vork.
"HE FAMILY HAND BOOK !
OK. M.l ll'KS AN11 tAi'lS MR TIIC V': if, IV,
In l!pitlls W l rriir, M.rliniiir,. Mir. t;n:it,t I'r f-.u.-r. 1.
hlu.li nu, or tli Su-k, ll,i!llflU... Ii.' I, II r, r(, ,tt
6- pteai. ,rlmsn C .r A.Uas 4. II. MWJII.
Ul Svuih eta Strxt, UnkiTa, M. T.
Superb Holiday KlHEo. .
bound and Llu?tr:w
I ted, sent a-ia t.Tra-
V iliru losubm'r.bcr! J
Dr. Fprjta'i WkViW
'T?tt.(iNTMU. u H p r
iJJxriT. S'Ulilile fn n. M.
Ulll Iub. Co., UU taut tli Street, N. Y. Cit y.
i'o.itiiye ou truukiCvnla; ri ijii ii ted uuil,
li-c! in uny
Ul 1 lHVU-J l..w Ai.n.-ev, ISlltiwt.twix, New V
ATTCT 'TIS pi-rmt HesrnrftttTrt nt
lU Afltskti irn a roKii--ir
lUfffPnu ITATJ anil "nia KeriieviwiiBrv.m
iH VluUiLftlUil. timlilny. Iniisruniey,
. ,i..l .1. y, ant r.MiinntMoiMiiirtry, tiro imiiifT
en :itl. In lu.-iev retmites. J'rf.. 11 tin
Still KM II. A Ml UKIUCAb l.NSnitlKjlli iinmo
Iww, livttou, Aluan.
RsnrI fltamp for CatAtAftis,
nuiM.atiatUuns. llvilvrt.Mut &o.l. furoiMiuaatioa
Itrrsch-I-oarllri (rBhntOun,lR to .). DoiibloPhot
( KVIN)- 8lnKleUun.,fltor.U l'lllcM to
IVrl. Kcvolvcrs.lt to 'JB. Hendf-ir lreo liitraticil
Oiilllt lurnlshed Iree. with rull In
structions for coiiiluctliiL' the most
urolltiitile business thai aiiv ono cuu
eii;iiize In. The l:llines is so easy
to learn, and our liislriiellnns are so
slintilo ami plain, that anv onu cuu
mako ureut profits from the start. No emu can fall
who is wllllnit to work. Women are a-seccessl'ul
as men. Hoys anil uirls can earn lartto sums..
Many havo inailti at the business over one huiitlrea
dollars In a sltifle week, Nothinu lil u It over
known before, All who cni'iiec ate siirniisd at tho
easu uud rapidity with which I hey am able to maks :
money, ion can enuiiLH' In ill's iiusiiieim uuring
Toor spare time at ureal profit. Yontlo not have to i
Invest capital In II. We lake nil tli" risk, 'ihosal
who need reudv money, should wtlto tii us nt ouce.i
hey. shnuiii wimo io os hi ouce.i
Address TKL'JJ & CO., An
All furnished free.