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WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 30, 1869.
JOHN Iff. OJ3ERLY & GO
THE CAIRO cfc FULTON RAILROAD.
Its Terminus Kntlrcly Subject lolho Con
(rol of Col. Allen.
Lnwlu Point, mill Mntterw fur the Hcrlous
Connldcrntlon of the Voter of Cairo.
Ia Col. Allen, uy the terms of IiIb con
tract with the Stato of Missouri, bound
to build tho Cairo & Fulton rullrond to
tho Mississippi river at lllrd's Point? Is
an Inquiry that Is Just now, fraught with
consequonce.to tho people of Cairo. To
thoao persons who have Industriously
urged that ho it under such obligations,
and who have, thcreroro, opposed the
subscription of 5100,000 by tho city, to
tho capital stock of tho company owning
the property and franchises of tho road,
we aro disposed to Impute no motlvo
other than that of a sincere desire to
servo the city, and to save It from an
expenditure which they honestly believe
to bo uncalled for an unnecessary. They
aro behind nonu In their advocacy o1"
railroads or any other projects having
tho nrosncrlty and advancement of tho
citv In view: and no doubt base their
opposition to the subscription proposed,
solely upon tho ground that the end it is
intended to bring about will be, and must
bo accomplished without it. That these
P'Tsons are laboring under and errone
ous Impression that is calculated, if It
become suillcientlygeneral, to work dls
aster to tho city, wo have already asaert
cd, and shall not establish by evidence,
which to our mind Is conclusive, and
which no reasonable man can gainsay
for a moment.
Tho act of the legislature of Missouri,
under the provisions of which Col. Allen
purchased the Cairo fc Fulton railroad
was approved I- ebruary, 5th 1600. face-
Hon Oof that act, after authorizing the
sale of tiie railroads of the State, provides,
"Tho tit. Louis and Iron Mountain rail
road shall be Mulshed to u point south of
l'llot Knob, to connect with the Cairo
a'.d Milton railroad line In three years,
aud huUliecl to lite .MisiiasipDi river, op
posite to. or below Columbus, Kentucky,
m live years after the (lute of sale of said
road: - w uua tuo Cairo tinu
Fulton railroad of Missouri, shall be com
pleted from tliu .Mississippi river, oppo
site ine town or Cairo, Illinois, on cor.
I'M Hi's, KENTUCKY, to tho Intersection
of tho St. Louis and Iron Mountain rail
road line, within tlirvO yearn after the
date of hnlo thereof.
This is tho Hrat law euactod having
auv hearlniron tho subject, ami it cer-
,talnly leaves the purchaser entirely freo
tn choose one or two termini, viz: a
point on tho bank of tho Mississippi riv-
er, opposite the town of Cairo, or Colum
bus. Ky. But hero Is something further
and inore definite.
The uct to confirm tho title of the Iron
Mountain ralrload to Thomai Allen, and
for other purposes, was approved Mareh
17, 1SCS, and may bo found on pages 05,
otc, of tho laws of Missouri, or that year
Section 0 of that law provides as follows:
"The St. Louis and Iron Mountain rail
road company may purchase and consol
idate tho Cairo and Fulton railroad with
their said railroad, AM) CONSTRUCT
AND OPERATE THE HAM 15 AS
ONE ROAI), CONNECTING WITH
BELMONT, or Cairo, or notn, as
by the said company may be deemed ex
pedient. The mi Id Thomas Allen, aud
tho said St. Louis and Iron Mountuin
railroad company shall, by the accept
ance of this act, uwumo tho paymeut of
tho purchaso money duu for the Cairo
and Fulton railroad, and tho said bal
anco due shall there upon become a lion
upon tho said Iron Mountain railroad,
and all tho property real aud personal,
belonging thereto, and tho payments be
coming due on said road shall bo mado at
tho samo time and In tho same maimer
as those on tho Iron Mountain railroad.
Section 7 authorizes a change In the
guage of the road. Section 8 Is In the
words and llgures following;
It is further provided that the unpaid
balance now due, or hereafter to become
duo, to tho State for tho purchase of the
St. Louis and Iron Mountain railroad
and for tho purchase of tho Cairo and
Fulton railroad, from Mr. Allen and his
associates, to the amouut of six hundred
and sixtyfour thousand, three hundred
dollars, (?C0l,300j together with all tho
interest that may accrue thereon, bo aud
tho same Is hereby appropriated to tho
buildluirofa railroad from Pilot Knob
to tho Stato line of Arkansas; said funds
to bn applied as may bo provided by law.
Wo copy tho soctions 7 and 8 entire,
that it may not bo supposed that any rel
evant mutter has beou omitted.
Subsequent to this enactment Con
gress enacted that tho routo of tho Cairo
and Fulton railroad through Missouri
mlk'ht be so ultered as to connect with'
the Iron Mountain railroad so as to vir
tually tormlnato at tho city of St. Louis.
This law wo have not at baud, aud do
not consider It now, essential to our pur
pose Here, then, we have it in terms ns
plain as tho English language cau Ax it,
that Col. Allen may coiso((i(c the Cairo
and Fulton with the Iron Mountain rail'
road, const fuel and operate them as one
road, and tcrminato thorn either at Cairo
or Uolmont, or both, aa ho may deem ex
pedient! By tho construction of his road
to Belmont ho has complied with the
provisions of tills law, and may or may
not build to Cairo, as Interost or IiicII.
nation may determine him.
It was under tho provisions of this law
that Col. Allan submitted the proposition
to our authorities, over a your ago, to the
effect that' If they would voto him ono
hundred thousand dollars la city bonds,
he would build tho Cairo and Fulton rail
road to Bird's Point, and, connecting It
with the Iron Mountain railroad, run
dally trains through to St. Louis. Had,
wo accepted that proposition, his road
would have novor been built to Belmont,
and Cairo would havo become tho ter
mini of both the Cairo and Fulton and
Iron Mountain roads, perpetually. But
then, as now, it was urged that tho law
compelled him and interest Inollned him
to come to Cairo, and that It wan, there
fore, tho hlght of cxtravagatico to Voto
him a dollar! Our neglect to close in
with that proposition was a fatal mis-
take, yet some of ourcltlzeiiH would have
us repeat it I
The two brief sections of tho law
quoted, place tho whole caso before us la
a clear and Intelligible manner. The con
sirucuon or tiie road to llelmont Is a
literal compliance with the requirements
of the law. If thercforo wo would have
Colonel Allen extoud the road from
Charleston to Cairo, wo must make it an
object for him to do so. That ho Is a
man of his word wo havo sufllcleut evi
dence already, and ho has given us his
ultimatum. Any citizen of ordinary in
telligence can see tho dangers that envi
ron us. Ht. Louis seeks tho northeastern
terminus of tho C. & F. road, and Con
gress has authorized Its extonsion to that
place. Tiie road from Pilot Knob to tho
Arkansas line, to which tho State of
Missouri donated tho 5004,300, would
meet tho C. & F.iu Arkansas: and then,
claiming an application of tho provisions
of the law that permits a consolidation
ud their operation as one road, the com!
.,' ,,,... ntll, , ,
pany could declare, and would declare,
the Cairo and lulton railroad completo
to St. Loul3. View the matter, then. In
any light you may, It would be almost
madness in the citizens of Cairo to reject
tho preseu t overtures of Col. Allen. The
construction of tho Cairo and Fulton
road to Charleston, besides Its many lo
cal advantaged, would give us a direct
through line, on that side of the river, to
St. Louis, aud bring tho great Iron
mountain within threo hours' travel of
our doors. That It was Col. Allen's pur
pose to reconstruct the C. & F. road to
JilrU'tf l'uint, aul lualto Ik errc M tile
lower division of the Iron Mountain
roau, is now quite evident; but in our
blindness wo refused to extend tho aid he
asked, and lost what may never be re
stored to us. But we can eecuro the con
structlon of tho C. & F. road to Charles
ton, aud all the advantages growing out
of its connection with the Iron Moun
tain railroad; and now, as rational men,
let us do so. Failure In this instance set
tles the matter finally. If we refuso to
accept tho proposition now submitted to
us, we loso the terminus of the Cairo and
Fulton railroad, onco aud forever!
Some 4,000 deaths by starvation oc
curred in London last year.
Tho redcoats of Canada continue to de
sert in largo numbers.
Massachusetts paid $3,530,762 for educa
tlonal purposes during tho year.
iurklah rrotestaut communities are
Increasing In numbers.
It is expected that Gllmore will recelvo
$50,00ofroiu tho receipts of the Jublieo.
Homoopathy la tho orthodox medical
practice In Brazil.
Haunlbal, Mo., has au unparalleled
demand for brick.
The exact number of tho Jublieo chorus
The expenses of the New York police
force for the past year wero $3,000,000,
Grasshoppers are at their old tricks In
Utah, roosting on the railroad tracks and
"Boston Jublieo hats" Jaro for salo In
New Yorkaud give tho papers of that
city another opportunity to sueer.
Tho Boston Tost says that tho Mas
sachusetts legislature has been sitting so
long that it cannot get up!
Sturgeons caught In Delewaro nrd
sent to Now York and canned for export
us Kenneboo salmon.
Tiie steam ram Atlauta.no w lying at
Philadelphia, has tho sign on her side,
"No admltenco. Bowhero of tho dogg."
A citizen of Middletown, Conn., has
found printers' Ink a good preventive
against canker worms on his fruit trees.
O. L. O. Hughes, a colorod man, has es
tablished u papor ut Harrisburg, Pa.,
which Is devoted to tho interests of tho
It is believed by aonator Camerou that
If tho democrats of Pennsylvania nomi
nate General Hancock for Governor they
will carry tho stato
Konator Hendricks, of Indiana, has re
contly purchasod for $000 a milk white
horse, which is described as "handsomo
as a ploturo."
Lewis Lewis, of Piporvlllo, Wis., has a
sou who surpasses Tom Thumb, being
twonty-nino aud a half inches high, aud
weighing but eight eeUj pounds.
wit v. rirAfm
The Bt. Louis 'aatl&' tf.,a late date
says: V J -. J,
"On Monday last a. irofessor of tho
"blackarj,". a regular Woudou 1st, arri
ved at Bay St. Louis, probably from New
Orleans, and practised lils Infernal en-
chantmonts upon some f our best citi
zens, by putting his bantful spell upon
tuem. Tureais or insunc ueatn only
fwrinlfl nrovn.il nn him fjV-nknthn "nnntl'
off, after which he was (ivited to leuvo
on the evening's boat. This Voudouist
Boomed to possess extraordinary and In
explicable powers, ana oreutue tsueriii,
his posso and the city jonstablo came
near falling victims to it Wo aro glad
mat no is gouo." '
Is It posslblo that there Is a seusiblo
mau, and that man an editor, who can
beliove In such villainous prolenslousl
We are amazod
Col. Sam. Pike, the reteran Journalist,
wuo nas puuusiicu sonio oiguteen or
twenty different papers, In a half dozen
or moro different States, has settled down
In a hard warn store, at Leesburg, High
laud county, Ohio, and has his residence
on tho identical lot on which his father
first settled In that town In 1816.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Williams have
been offered 550,000 In gold to play ono
season In a theater In Australia. Barney
and his wife mako more money by play
ing, than other people do by hard work.
A mau at Cleveland boasts of haviug
rede a vcloclpcdo fifty miles In threo
hours and a quarter. All that is provod
by this fact, Is, that what Is true of men
Is equally true of velocipedes that Is,
tbat some aro faster than others.
Tho newspapers aro circulating the
story that J. Wilkes Booth, was seen in
Canton, a few weeks ago.
Old Brownlow says that Grant's ad
ministration has mado Andy Johnson's
administration "qulto respectable" We
didn't suppose the old sinner was capa
ble of telling so much truth.
When John C. Breckinridge went into
tho rebellion ho sold much of his laud
in St. Paul, Minnesota. One plcco of
forty acres, adjoining tho city, which ho
sold for one dollar cash cannot now be
bought for 520,000.
Tho friends of George Peabody say ho
will horv,afler'de In NW-orU Bod
atlend to the details of the charities he
What is the difference between an cdi
tor and a wife? One sets articles to
rights, aud tho other writes articles to
What is tho dlflereiico between a car
riage wheel and a carrlago horse! Ono
goes better when it is tired tho other
A polite' philosopher onco thanked a
lady who had been singing to a party for
au hour, by saying, "Madarn you havo
wasted our timo charmingly."
A man onco went to uu eccentric law
yer to bo qualified for some potty ofllce.
The lawyer eald to him, "Hold up your
hand, I'll swear you, but all creation
couldn't qualify you.
An Irish lad complaiued tho othor day
of tho harsh treatment ho had received
from his father. "Ho treats me." s.id
ho mournfully, "as If I was his son 'by
another father and mother."
Any business Is moro reapectablo thtn
what Is termed loafing. A young mhn
had better sell clams by tho pailful thin
hang around public resorts, murdering
time and his own reputation.
A French mayor who wished to lie
very amlablo towards a duchess, who
was ouo eyed, In making outher passport,
wrote as follows: Eyes "dark, beautiful,
soft, full of expressive one of them abr
sent." This is surely a triumph of coui-
tesy, and worthy of tho nation that
plumes Itself on Its politeness.
"I wish I had your head," said a lady
one day to a gentleman who had solved
for her a knotty point. "And I wish I
had your heart," was tho reply. "WelK"
said she, " since your head and my heart
can agree, I do not seo why they should
not go into partnership." Aud they did.
A shrewd but uuonliglitened school di
rector out west, used to say on examining
a candldato for tho post of teacher, "We
all know that a, b, o, Is vowols, but wo
want to know why they Is vowols."
Speaking of tho last words, that was a
strikingly appropriate remark of a Cull
foruiustago driver, who on his death
bed, was visitod by a brothor "whip."
Said ho. "Bill, I'm on the down grade,
and I can't reach tho brake."
Narrow-minded mou, who havo not a
thought beyond the sphero of their own
out-look, remind one of tho Hindoo max
im : "Tho snail seos nothing but its own
shell, and thinks it tho grandest palaco
In the universe"
Tho man who cau make his own Are,
blaok his own boots, carry his own wood,
hoo Is own garden, pay his own debts,
and llvo without wWand tobacco, need
ask no favor of bin who rides in a coach
insular Wcddlar Jake.
From Iho Nt' Orleans ricayune.
Recently a fashionable wedding was
celebrated In tho 4th district. The bride
was pretty, as all new married ladies are,
und the groom was tho glass of fashion
and tho mould of form. A number of
Invited guests lent grace and beauty to
the occasion, and hearty congratulations
testified tho good wishes of many friends
for the happiness 6f tho newly married
pair. But the hours waned rapidly, and
tup timo for retiring came at last. The
bride was led by laughing bridesmaids
up to her chamber door. But Imagine
their surprise whon It was opened by a
lady richly arid elegantly clad In a trav
eling suit, and ovldeutly waiting for an
"I beg pardon, madam; but you appear
astonished," Bald the strango lady.
"I must confess that I did not expect
to find any ono here," replied tho bride.
"No, madam; I came in very private
ly, and wished an Intervlow,' subject to
It did not occur to the brido to inquire
by whom sho had been introduced, or
by what means sho had gainod access to
"It is very strango, ma'am, and I can't
imagino why you wish to .speak to me."
"The reason is simple. The man you
have Just married has Imposed upon you.
I am his wife."
"Oh! impossible you ravel' and tho
lady sank into a chair, almost fainting.
Of course, tho bridesmaids screamed.
Such u succession of screams ono has
rarely heard. It speedily brought tho
family to tho door, and with terror-
stricken faces, and with them the bride
groom, all asking with trembling lips
"Wliat in tho worm is mo matter?"
"Oh! Edward." cried tho brido, "this
person sayH Bho's your wife I"
"My wifo!" shouted the astonished
husband, "why. sho's insanol"
The strango lady etood up calm and
"Is it possible, sir, that having perpe
trated this great wickedness, you will
havo tho hardihood to deny that I am
your lawfully wedded wifo?" sho asked,
lookiug the sorely troubled Edward full
In the eye.
"Why, conrouuu you, woman i never
saw you in my moi" excuumeu ino as
The lady regarded him very much as a
miulstcr would a person given over to
"Oh! I'm arraiu it'sirue, anu j. loveu
mm t I 1 - 1 . -
you so, Juwarui" souoen mo young
wuo; now couiu you uavu ireui.u mo
"I tell you I haven't got any wifo uut
you; this woman is an iraposier."
Tito strange lauy uucreu a uiw, mous
ing laugh. Tho scene was getting inter
esting to vtuo last uegree. a no tauies
worn nil crvitiir. auu tuo ruiuer or tuo
bride lookldc stern and indignant. Ho
had been for some time Intently regard
IntrthoHtranroladv. when suddenly his
cvo lichted up and an amused smllo
nlft-ed on hlsllns. Ho took a step for
word, aud laying his hand on the arm of
tue stranger, saiu:
"Come, John, this Is (very cloverly
played, but It's time It was over," auu
following the Impulse of his arm the
stranger was pusneu intoiuo nan.
"John who whatl'' all exclaimed at
It was tho brlde'n younger brother; a
wicked boy, who had played a naughty
prank, with the aid of his sister's travel-
ng suit and her cast off chignon and
It is scarcely necessary to add that
harmony was Bpoedlly restored.
Kclatiiig to tho claim of I'ox, IIoranI ACo.,fortrcet
niunK, ami proTiutnx ror ine iituinj; or ionia
Where!, a nronoiillon liaa been mado to tho City
Council by Meair. Fox. Howard Ac Co. to rccehe from
the city ita bondi, drawing elht per cent. Intcret
ntrauuuiu.aiiu nnjauie nienir-nve year auer ino
ilato tliereor at rur. In. aeltlement of their claim
AKnoMthecUy, under their cntrActfor gradlni; tho
aireeta and avenuet. ihorlKht beins -ccordrd to tho
city to pay otfand redeem, at any lima beforo their
maiuruy, mo wnuio or any portion or nam uoiim,
and alto, ut any time within two yeara from tho dalo
of aaid bonds, topurcha tko whole or any portion
thcraof at Iho ratu of ninety centu on tho dolur, thoro-
lie It ordained by the City Coano I of the oitr of
. . -
Sccriox 1. That tho propot It on of Meiara. fox
Howard A' Co.. aa mecilird above, bo and the anme ii
hereby accepted, with, tiie, condition and fririlrgea
Brc. 3. That, for tho nurpoio of carrrine Into ef.
foct the aittlemeut aboro autliurlfd, thu bonda of
thecity bolsnued to ilemi.Vnx, Howard A Co., In
uch auma aa may bo ntreed upon, to an amount
rnual tothonrlnciDalanil intoieit of aalil claim i tliat
micl bonda ahall draw interest at tho rote of elht per
cent, imt annum. and ahull be mads uarable twenty-
tie tart after tho date thereof, and ahall have neon
(lit un interted therein, that Iho city may redeem tho
n noie, ur niir portion nicreoi, ai nay timo ueioro
their maturity i that Ilia mtereat ahall fx made paya
ble semi-annually, andcoupom. algned by the Mayor
and City fieri;, providing for Iho payment ofiald In-
lerem, anau ui aiutcneu to aaiu bonus: ami mat aaid
bond ahall boalgned bylhe .Mayor and City Clerk,'
nil I nhall h.ivo thu city aeal attached thereto,
rite. 3. That for tho purpoto of paying- tho intcrott
upon the bondi, suthorlxed by the preriouaaaeilon to
uu ikjueu, ino proper omcera or inn cjiy anan, at I no
Maine tnno a the general and other upeclal taxea ot
he city are levlednnd collected in tho present and
In each and every aiKceoding year until aaid
Und ahall be paid In full, tuaeaa Uion and
tolled front nil tho property real and perao
tal in said city now taxable for General pur-
potei, a Ki.wial tax autficlcut In amount to pay Iho
iLiurc-t on aaid bond, which aaid tax ahull bo act
o nit' und bo specially appropriated to the pnyinent of I
taid Interest, mid bo useif for no other purpoao what- I
Approved June 30, 1S00.
JOHN H. OIIEHLV.
TWIt S.VI.K. UIIUAI'-Now Cottage and
lOCuitana Hixtcentn atreeu.
- ion, corner i.i
CillKK.N UlLIlUltT, Atty.s
. Aicijiuuui vuuuijr uruurB. ai eo cin.
and City tJcrln at C5uenta on-tho dollar, fon nil
rm.ll 1 1 . 1 n . .. -... , , . i ' i n
kinds of Lumber and Duildura' llatonals.
lanlJdtf W. W. THOItNTON.
7" ANTED AGENTS
For a new domcslia article of treat utillti-: mocta a.
universal want; sells ntalKht; no compoiilion. 8nd
stamp for circular. UTtUKVlKLV 4 0AM E, No.
Wl Wuhington street, lloston, Mats,
center. Tho finder will hi
na" PH. WABDNERi
JJICHELSON & WEIBEER,
Wh.ieftnle mid Retail,
No- 88 Ohio Levee.
Hr,mi KJl ,rr fie manufocturo of pure KrtncU
trclo ut priced which will ult I ho tracl ttnu.
nn l retail .l.alcr, m IntUM t "cM. ' Ino'atf
JJISS NELLIE SCOTT & T. SCOTT
And Imporlor nnl Dealer In
Huinuii Hair, French Perfumeries, Brushes
omii.n, i:rc.; etc.,
AnJ all kind of Toilet Article,
TEH'S BLOCK, CAlitO, ILh. UN
Cleanlni ladles' lialr. by Nellloijcotti It ill i.riTcnC
original color. CoimultatW on ica.eor thohe"d
-Si.Xt&fc1"" "' " 'niia to c5ll
Pr?1mo,c "' "" 111 f t' l"'r. nrovent thu
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Hank. "Cairo. Tll.noia. do Voleliini;- awr'ar tha t SS,
auoToaiaiemeni ia true to the be.t of my nolcdKe
and belief. f. K, lli'uHKs'. Quhlftr'1
cutoof lllinon, County of Alexander
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Bworn to and aubcrilo.l bforo mo, thla 43.1 dat
Aiini: ij. u. it.i, .-votary rub e '
llOllKUT W. MII.I.KIf
AlltO AND 1'ADiJCAir
The light draught paaaenerfitcamer
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Will niakn rPLti)i.r Iia I r.v piiki 1 ,
I Iiicah, leaving Cairo every evening (Sundays ex
cepted) at (ho o'clock. '
..T,w,"e.' ""."" I'-dueali wit UieNew Orleant
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland and Tennessee
ror ireigtii or pauage apjilr on board, or to
r f ni-fTi.-r.l-i- 1...1
l-n23dtl " Cro'-lninoj..
Kstate of William Itpttier, deceased.
The undorticnil having Iwcn appointed adminli
trator of the etn'e at William lluttler, late of the
county or Alexander, and Htato of lllinoia, decc&el, .
hereby give uti. o th.it he wilt appear wforo 'tiie.
couuty court of ilr.andrrcoumy.nt iho court home,
in uairo, at trio jiuy lerm, on ino &i jlonday in July
next, at which tune, all persona huviui clmuii ai-iin.t
eald csuiu aro notified and roquetled to attend for
the pum-jso of liavinR tha samo adjusted. All per
roni Indobted to laid calato aro requested to make
inimeuuuo payment to tiie undersigned,.-
we- DANIEL. llElU.A-iolalslnvWi.