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THE , DAILY CAIRO B DliLETIN
VOLUME XII. CAIRO. IILTNOTS ryttrruv unmmi tttxt,, n
THE TWEVTY-FIItST A WIT AT. HTiTi?utim t m..n
.. -....vim umioimiu ui inn
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSUBANCE SOCIETY
rui rnrrtF TTHTTTIT-rk ot i mmn - ... .
" oiAiao, ijjij ijkuadwAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY 1. 1IYDE,1 President.
FOR THE YEAR ENDINO DECEMBER 81, 1880.
From thn nmtlvl.l..l .n.,,1.,. ......i ... .
denda will tie declared, available on settlement of
policies vwuw, mi oraiuary participating
Tho valuation or the pollciea outstanding ha
neon made on the American experience table, tbe
h iwhu ui Btnitr in new I OrK
AMnintTor Litxna Amaru, Jan. 1.
Iwu ,. f 8WO,M7 02
I'romluma.. f fl.Ma.ftlflfW
Interest and renU j f:1 (1(
Nut profit on Investments IMW! 78
$ 44,7t,fi'J7 05
Claim by death and matured endow-
.'""'"V t 2,507,504 84
Dividends, aurrendcr valuea, and an
nuities..... 8,100,410 04
uncounted endowment and matured
tontine policies ....... 178 m 09
Total paid policy holders t 4,7W,937 W
Dividend on capital 7,000 01)
Agencies and commissions fKl,427 00
blalu, county and city Uxea..,.
O. W. I'IULMI'8, l " .
J. O. VAN CIBE. Actuaries.
Net cash assets, Dec. 31, 1380.. f 38,409,644 02
Honda and mortgages........
United htatea atocka
Blale stocks, city atocka, and atocka
authorized by tbe lawa of the state
of New Vork
Loans secureu by bonds and atocka.
Ileal estate u New York and Huston
and pun liacd onrier foreclosure..
Canh on band In bank) and other de
positories on interest and In transit
(lure received) 2,ls).07 23
Dua from agents on account of pre
mium .... 2i9,4Jl 32
8.W7.4 " 47
$ 38.409.M4 02
Market value of atocka and bonda
over cost l.Wl.O'il.'Jj
Interest and rente due and accrued.. :WJ,H W
premiums due and In process of
cullertion (leu premiums paid In
advance, ir.i.m ) . UVIAW m
Deferred premlanf"". Ui,K 3i
Total assets, Dec 31, im.... 41,pg,wM3j
Total ltabllltiea including leal ra
aerve mr reinauranco or all exiat-
IliK pollciea f 31,W.'i08 11
Total undivided tarplua 9 t.-S,?M 21
Of which belonga (a computed) to
puhrletia general clam.... 4,913,064 21
Of which belunu'a (aa computed) to
pollciea Id toutlne claia . .4.2-5.ijn 01
Rinks AsHuracd ia 1880,835,170.r,05 00
Risks Outstandiii? $177,597,703 00
Vve. tbe undesigned, have, In peraon. urefnlly
"mined the accouuta, and counU'd and examined
n detail tbe aaaeu of tbe aoclety, and certify that
tbe furtKOlnfC ataWment thereof ia corrwt
BENNINGTON F. KANOOLPH,
JAMEH M. HAL8TE1), '
TIHi.MAS A CUMMINS,
Special Committee of the Board of Director.
appolntedOct.U7.18H0, to examine tbe eta
and account at the clone of tbe year.
BOARD Of DIRECTORS,
neurv B. Hyde, John A. Stewart.
OeorKe I). .Morgan,
(iuorice T. Adeo,
Henry A. Hurlhut,
Henry K. Hpauldlne,
William II. Fogg,
William A. Wbeelock
V IDiam O. Lambert,
Henry O. Manjuand
Henry 8. Terbell
Thoiuaa A. C'uuiniini
Daniel I). Lord,
J&m.-i .M. HajFtead,
Edwanl W. Ilimbcrt,
II. F. Randolph,
Heury N. Butler,
tieorga II. btewart.
John I) Jnrii.B.
Robert Lenox Kennedy,
H njainin Wllliamaon,
E. Boudlnot Colt,
Thomaa A . Diddle,
(ieorge W. Carleton,
(teorge (4. Kellogg,
Joae F. Navarro,
John J, McC'ook.
Stephen II. 1'bllllpa,
hamuel W. Torrey,
Cbarle (j. Landon,
Alexander P. Irvln,
T. DeWItt Covler,
will'a'n M. Bliaa,
Samuel O. Goodrich.
JAMES W. ALEXANDER. Vice Fres't.
SAMUEL BORROWE, 2d Vice Pres't.
E. W. Lambert. M. D Edw'rf fhirtia M. D
E.W.Scott, Superintendent of Agencies.
iNortn Western Department.
Vfl Dearborn Street, Chicago.
W. N. CRAINE, General Manager.
E. A. BURNETT, Aijent,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Mayor N. B. Thiatlewood.
Treasurer Edward Oeionla.
t'lerk-Dennla. J, Foley.
Counaalor Wm. II. Gilbert.
Marabal J. U. Robfnaon.
Attorney William Uendrlcka.
aoau or auiHiit.
Flrat Ward Jl. J Oowley. PeU-r Saup.
Second Ward David T. Ltnegar, .Ieiao Hinkle.
Third Ward-Egbert Smith. B. F, Blake.
Fourth Ward Cnarle O. Patter. Adoll'b Bwo-
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ualllday, Ernest B. PettH.
Clrcnlt Judgo-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvin.
County Judge R. 8 Yocum.
County Clerk 8. J. Hninm.
Couuty Attorney J. M. Dararon.
Comity Treaaurer Milea W. Parker.
Coroner R. Fliagerald.
County Comrali'ilonera T. W. Ualllday, J. A.
ilblia and hamuel Brtley.
AIRO BAPTIST. -Temperance hall on Tenth
ir.M.i' nn-u-hinir flmt and third Sunday! In
,-..uth 11 m. and 7:;ii) d . m : Drarcr meet-
ng Thursday, " :) p. m. ; 8und ay achool, :30 a.ru .
iter. a. ..acio, iwvui.
HrKClJ OF TIIE REDEEM EREplcopal)
r. . . L U .1 . .. Unmlntf mvBH
1():S0 a. m.; evening prayera,7:30 p. m.; Hnnday
cbool l :) m. Friday evening prayer i :) p. m.
UIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
T lreachlng at 10:80 a. n... S p. m., and 7:90 p. m.
Sabbath achool at 7:80 p. m Iter. T. J. Sborea,
f UTIIERAN Thirteenth atreeti aervitca Sab
t Ju bath 1:80 a. m.; Sunday achool S p. m. Ret.
IKnappe, pa tor.
VlCETUODIST-Cor. Eight and Walnut atreetat
Ml Preaching Sabbath 10:i)0 a. m. and 7 p.m.j
ftirayer meeting, Wadnoaday 7:80 p. m.i Bunday
IScbOOl, m. ev. n oiinwii pwi.
rfRESBYTERIAN Eighth atreet: preaching on
U Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
neeung weaneanar av i.aiy. m.i ouuu
Lt p. m. Rv. B. V. Geore, paator.
. . ... ,1.. n . .i - Pui.a
IjT. J Or1 at u Hnoman vaiuunc; v-uiur v
D and Walnut atreet; aervlcea 8bbath 10:30 a.
fa.; Sunday Bchool at i p. m.i Veaperi J p. m. ; icr
licet avery day at 8 p. m.
. . ... . i 1 1 v n v I . i k
lL!T. PATKIl.ll Koman uaiaonc; vururr nmu
D atreet and Washington avenue; aervlcoa Sab-
lialb and 10 a. m. ; veapura s p. m. duuuhj mnuui
i p. m. aervlcea every day at 8 p. m. Rev. MtwU'raon
rryv e. w. whitlock,
' Ornci-No. 13 Commercial Avenue, between
kBIghtb ud Ninth Btreeu
-QR. W. C. J0CELYN,
JOFKICE-Elghth Street, noar Cornn rcll Avenue.
A STYLISH OUTFIT!
The Racine Harness.
It la Ilia beat hnrneaa mndo for tho money. It 1
not atulled with paper nor any apongy atuir. Had
illea ofaamu.nll our own make and will not gall tho
homo. Th entire harneaa la made of good No. 1
Leather. Styllah and durably made, Caao loope
on Bridlo and Uruaat Collara.
Sent 0. 0. D. Subject to Inspection.
Hiiisle Harneaa, Black Trimming f 13 00
plT 'o. Plat Triinmlnga 14 0
Nickel Trlmmlnua 15 00
ii . Bon Ton or Black Ould Llnud
Trlmmlnga 13 00
Double " Black Trimming IW 00
" Bon Ton, Nickel or Oold
' Lined Trlmmlnga 80 00
Wbon ordorlng, mention the kind of trlmmlnga
o i want, alao, whether alda or ovor check, black
or rnaaut oand plecea for rulna alao whether trace
hucklua ro wanted on broaat collar. llama or
Breaat Collara rurulahml wlthdoub e ttarneiaat
otd.red. Addrua. A. M
Liberal Dlacount for Lllximl Ordore, and Cluba.
fat relvroncu i odltor of Ihl papur.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER 4 SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB W0BK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
rpUE CITi' NATIONAL BANK
W. P. IIALLIDAT, President.
H. L. IIALLIDAT, Vtce-Prueldent.
THUS. W. UALLIDAY, Caahler.
I. aTA4T8 TAYLOR, W. P. RALUDAT,
DIKUT L. HALLtl)4T, R. B. CUXN1NOBAM,
. rimiaiuK, aTiriiiM iuu,
B. B. OAMDII.
Exchanfrc Coin and United States Bonda
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Dopoitti received and a general banking boetneat
" .2 1
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -VV STATES.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and nntll lurther
notioo the furry boat will mke trlpt aa follows:
L1ATII LIATM UATlt
Foet Fourth it. MlMonri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
Biooa.m. 6:80 a. n. 9 a.m.
10:00 a, in, 10:S0a. m. 11a.m.
SiOOp.m. 8:80p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. BjOOp.m.
p.m. 1:80 p.m. Sp.m
Itiliinff Humors, Scaly Humors, Blood
Hnniors speedily, permanently and
economically cured when physicians
and all other method fail.
Pllllrnra .1 , ,
ii ,7 . """"". mo new uiooa rnnner. in
W'tuUS,ur:7 Medicinal -Jelly, axaiated by
j . 'uoeiooap, ezieriiany
have performed the mont mlraculoua curea of Itcli-
--j u obiuiuiuua uuniora ever recorded in
v ir iw.u . . ..
.... 7 vl K." "u """umiiing acconni 01 ma
cane (Ecaeint Rolont), which had been treated by
COimultatinn nr iihv.l..l.n. . .i.
...1.1 u i T. j . r ' w,,,luu' "euuiu, ana
which yielded to the Cuticura Kemedlua.
f SALT RHEUM.
t&'lir UrllnM.Irl IMKI I1...I ....
.,r.M i '. . ""r"rii aircei, inicago,
graterjiiy aeknowledgca cure of Salt Rheum on
.... Vi . ' " leuniiuraevenieenyeara,
not able to walk except on handa and kneea for
one vear; not able to help hlum-lf for eight yearn ;
-. . iuiusuici, uuciura pronouncea
bl ca.e hopeleaa ; pcrmaaently cured by the Cuti
Gen. IV W Min An XT .... 1. ..1 1 -. . . 1 1
K. I., tured by Cuticura Kemedlea of a Ringworm
lllinifk trrt .. t V a t.u v ' .i.i.i. 1
k...v ,ud iniwr , nuicu aurcau an over
Dla eAm. tlM-lr Ktifl toa . n.l ft., .t. ...
klnda of treatment.
; SKIN DISEASE.
S. A. Steele, !aq.. Chlcaro. III.. Havaf l.T will
aav that before I nued Cuticura Remediua, I waa In
a rearm ! atate and had vlvi-ii nn n h..r,u nr
bavins anv relli-l Tln.u h.v. .....r...n,.. . j...
nil cure for me. audof my awn free will and ac
cord I recommend them."
Cuticura Itemed lea
POn KR. Chemlata and Uruifgiatu, m Washing
ton urt-et, Boaton, and are fur aule by all Drug
giU. Price of Cuticura, a Medicinal Jelly, amall
boxea. W cenia; laree boxen, at. Cntlnim Kn.niv.
ent, the new Blood Purifier, 1 per bottle. Cuti
cura Medicinal Toilet Soap, 25 cent. Cuticura
Medicinal Shaving Soap, 15 centa; In bara for bar
bera and larue consumer, 60 centa. All mailed
free on receipt of price. Send for llluatrated Trea
tiaeon the Skin.
A" GRAND COMBINATION
OF BLOOD BRAIN AND
Malt bittern derive their wonderful Llfe-Snatain-
ing Propertiea fiom MALT, their quieting and
Sleep-Promoting Influence Irom HOPS, their grand
Tonic and Fever-Expelllne Powera from CAL1-
baxa, ana tlieir Uleod-ourlshtng Princlple
trom IRON, which are four of tho greatest Blood"
i rooucera anu uie creating JSlemente ever nnltoa
In one medicine. For Delicate Females, Nuraing
Mother and Sickly children Malt Bitters are su
preme, boiq everywnere.
Malt Bitters Company, Boston, Mass.
One Collins' Voltaic
Elictiiic" Plasters costing
VNTlf,nntTT1(ii-'' ent. la far superior to
IDUArS lU6I0cvery other electrical appli
f A efretA ftnre before the public. They
Aa fclw Instantly relieve Dyspepsia,
Liver couipiiiiut. Malaria, Fever ard Ague, and
Kidney an 1 Urinary Difllcultlea. and may be worn
over the pit of the stomach, over tho kidneys, or
anyallected part. Price 35 cent. Sold every
where. . WEEKS & POTTER. Boston, Mass.
OR BITTER WATER,
BOTTLES OR ON DRAUGHT
74) Ohio Leveo and Eighth
Street aud Washington Ave.
CouNcrL Chamber, i
Cairo, 111., June 7th, 1881.
(Continued from Thursday ,)
Committoo on atreots to whom waa re
ferred resolution of Alderman Tatier, witli
amendment m relation to C. & V. R. R.
truck being abovo grade on Commercial
avenue, submitted the following report :
REPORT OP COMMITTEE ON BTREET8.
To tho Hon. Mayor and City Council of tho City
Gentlemen: Your r.rinmirffr in hm
was referred the resolution nf Ahlm-mon
Paticr concerning tho lowering of the C. &
. . i. vv ii us, wuuiu reBpecuveiy re
port as follows f . '
We find that said railroad com nun v ro
by ordinance nasscd ADril ICth. 1N70 ornnr.
ed permission to lay two tracks on Com
mercial avenue to grade. We also find that
an ordinance was passed February 19th,
1873 LTantinc neriuisKion to hbhI milrnnrl
corananv to lav their cross tiea on thn tnr.
fece of tho street as it then was, which
would virtually give them permission to
place their track so that the top of samo
would be about one foot above the street as
it then was. In order for your committee
to determine how much, if anv. Raid tmrira
are above grade, the employment of an
engineer would be necessary, thereby creat
ing an expense which your committee did
not feel authorized to do, and inasmuch as
Commercial avenue will undoubtedly soon
be imnroved vour committee wnnM mmm.
mend that the matter be postponed until
such time as the city may consider it expe
dient to improve said street
N. B. Tiitstlew'ood,
B. P. Blake,
Ernest B. Pettit,
Alderman Patier moved ihat the report
ot committee be referred back with instruc
tions to carry out the intentions of the
resolution, and that the committee be em
powered to employ an engineer to ascertain
how much abovo grade the C. & V. R. R.
Motion lost by tho following vote, a ma
jority vote being necessary to create an
Ayes Hughes, Patier, Pettit, Swoboda
and Wood 5.
Nays Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Kim
brough and Baup 5.
Alderman Blake moved that the report
of committee be received and adopted.
Ordinance committee reported tho fol
lowing ordinance :
ORDINANCE NO. .
ANNUAL APPROrillATIOV BILL.
An ordinance providing for theannnal appropria
tions for the fiscal year, ending April .tmh, 1-.',
and directing that certain unexpended balances
be charged buck and covered into the treasury:
Be it ordained by tho city council of tho city of
Suction 1. That so much of the amounts ap
propriated in an ordinance provldl g for the an
nual appropriationa for the fiscal year, ending
April 301 h, 1-81, as remained unexpended May M.
1SK1, be and the same are hereby charged back and
covered Into the treasury to bo appropriated as
Section 2. That for tho pnrposo of defraying tho
necessary expenses and costs of improvements of
the city for the fiscal yoir, beginning May 1st, 1881,
and ending April Join. KS.', aud for paying cortain
nubilities already Incurred, tho following sums
(including amounts directed to be charged hack
in section oneol this ordinance) or so much there
of as may be required, be and they aro hereby ap
propriated to the following purposes, viz:
FIRST-FROM TUB UKNKHAI. ri'NO.
1. To pay salaries of the regular city ofllccrs and
2. To pay cost of repairing and portions of as
sessment against the city for constructing and re
3. To pay coot of (tiling and Improving the streets
of the city and portions of any ascnsmoiit ugiiinut
tho city for any such improvement, $
4. To pay coat of draluago nucessary to bo done
within the city, including cost of draluago pipe,
5. Todefray tho expenses of tho firo department
and pay for new hose purchased for tho several lire
tt. To defray tbe expenses of tho board of health
in carrying Into effect tho ordinances relating to
the public health, t
7. To pay exoenses of tho city clerk's efllco and
council chamber, $
8. To pay expenses of annual city election,
0. To pay costof city Jail aud cost of dieting
10. To pay cost ol city printing, $
11. To pay coupons for Interest from bonds dated
July 1st, 1878, and issued pursuant to an election
held June 27, 1878, provided said interest, shall only
be paid after tho suld new bonds aro delivered lu
exchange for old bouds, as provided in ordinance
No. 21, $ and any sum remaining unexpend
ed from previous appropriations for said purpose
12. To provido fnrcnutlngeut expenses, $
SECOND rilllM HAII.UOAII STIIIP ft'NI).
For Improving suld strip or any street laid out
thereon, tho balance now in said fund, together
with any money that may come Into said fund from
sale of portions of said strip.
Alderman Halliday moved that the report
bo received, and that tho ordinnnco bo re
ferred to finance committee. Motion car
ried. Finance committee reported having re
ceived from Thos. J.Korth, city treasurer,
the sum of thirty-four hundred and eighty
four 03-100 dollars ($3,484.03) iu cancelled
general city ordors, all of which wcro
destroyed by burning.
Alderman Patier moved to recoivo and
filo report. Motion carried.
Alderman Blako presented petition of
Louis Herbert, asking permission to ro
movofrnmobuildiug, situated on tho corner
of Fourth street and Washington avonuo
to lots numbered 21 and 23, in block 81,
city, and to placo said building in com
plete; repair aftor removal.'
On motion of Alderman Blake, referred
to committee on polico, jail and firo depart
ment. Clerk read petition of P. Mocklcr, ask
ing permission to erect a framo building
on lot 2) block 15, city, accompanying Bald
petition wcro plans aud specifications, also
potition of property owners In block, Join
ing in request.
On motion of Alderman Blake, referred
to committee on police, jail and firo depart
ment. Clerk read petition ot W. T. Scott, Geo.
Robinson and Jas. Wheeler, asking permis
sion to erect frame ofllco and sheds
for coal and wood yard on lots
21, 23, 23 and 21, in block 55, city.
On motion of Alderman Pettit, referred
to committee on polico, jail and fire de
partment. Petition of Anchor Firo Co., No. 7, pre
sented by AUerman Pettit, representing
themselves ready tor active service but
without hose, and asks that tho city sup.
ply them with COO feet hose.
On motion of Alderman Patier, referred
to committeo on police, jail and firo de
partmcnt. ' AMerman Patier presented ptition of
t red Btichcr for permission to erect frame
building on lot 3, block 18, 1st add., ac-
com'panying which was petition of prop
erty owners in said block, asking that per
mission be granted.
Alderman Patier presented petition of
10.3 property owners and residents on Com
NEW SERIES NO. 298
handed ovnr rlin roll n .n.,l.':...
. , ... I " "u ""niuun uiut no
merci.,1 avenue, asking that an ordinance should not bo prosecuted. In any other
bo passed prohibiting the C. & V. R. R
from using steam power on said avenuo
during tho hours of business and daylight
trom 0 a. m. until 7 n. m.. ulso suttinff
forth In said petition that the C. & V. R. R.
Co. have tho right of way around tho Mis
sippi levee and at a small cost to them
selves their track could be removed thereto.
Alderman Patier moved that tho petition
be referred to ordinance committee with
instructions to report at next mcttinrr.
Alderman Halliday presented petition of
Cairo Opera House Co., representing that it
is about to erect an opera house of public
benefit and an ornament to the city, that
said company is in need of encouragement
from citizens and city government, and
therefore ask that in consideration of the
building of said edifice that a license tor
ten years at five dollars per annum be
Alderman Halliday moved that the peti
tion be received and that the following reso-
lution be adopted :
Resolved. That in considprati
erection, In tho city by tho Cairo Opera
uouse uo. oi an opera house to cost $15,
000 or more, said com nan v bn rrrntit U.
cense for operatic, concert, theatrical and
otner periormances ot a moral anil reputa
ble character for ten years at $5.00 per an
Alderman Patier moved to amend by ro
ferring the petition and resolution to finance
committe. Amendment accepted aud
C LAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Salary bill of city ofticprs for month of
May was presented as follows, viz:
N. B. Thistlcwond, mayor .$83 33
I). J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Thos. J. Kei th, treasurer 50 00
L. II. Meyers, marslul 25 days 03 50
J. II. Robinson, marshall 5 days. ... 13 50
Wm. II. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 01 07
W. E. Hendricks, Hty n'torney 20 83
A. Comings, police magistrate 25 00
.lonn i'. ilogun, polico constable. . . fiO 00
28 days 50 00
5 days 10 (.0
25 days 50 00
.... 00 00
.... 00 00
.... 00 00
Geo. E. Olmsted,
J.C. Lallue, .--Jas.
J.B. Phillis.l health oflicer 27 days. 07 50
Alderman Snun moved to allow salary
bill. Motion carried by tho following
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinklo, nughes,
Kimbrough, Patier, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda
and Wood 10.
LA110U ON STREETS AT $1.35.
John Moor, 14 days $18 00
M. Driscoll, 18 same 24 30
H.Dawson, 14 same 18 00
Wm. Carey, 7 same 0 45
P. Master-son, 7 samo 0 45
P. Magner, 3 samo 4 05
M. IItmliihan,8 sumo 10 80
P.Cullailine, 10 same 21 00
Dan Foley, 10 samo 21 00
J. Iliggins, 10 same 21 00
T. HiiRsian, 10 samo 21 00
O. Washington, 10 samo 21 00
Chas. Wheeler, 14 same 18 00
Nelson Perry, 11 samo. ., 10 85
P. Lano, 1 samo '. 1 35
I. A 110 It WITH TEAMS AT $3.75.
A. Smith, 10i4' days 45 37
P. Fitzgerald, 2 same 7 58
I). Thistlewood, 4? samo.... 13 00
Thos. Moehan, 2 samo 7 56
P. Kilmartin, 1 samo 2 73
John Cain, 0 same, with jail gang at
$1.50.... 0 00
D. Thistlewood, hauling '10 loads
cinders at 40 cents 0 40
Forteo & Buttinjior, constructing 026
. feet curbing at lie, $101.80;
and 40:ia.f yards guttering at
25c, $100.03, less $95.03 pre
viously paid 107 78
Tim Gorman, salary as street super
intendent 00 00
Two strangers came to the city day be
fore yesterday and mado the rounds, im
bibing rather freely until they landed in
tho evening, in front of a saloon on Ohio
Levee, whero they sat down in chairs and
wont to sleep. They were taken in
custody by officers Hahaney and K.nnear
some time during tho niirht and lonVr,,! In
jiil. Yesterday morning, when taken out
Ja" on "f them found himself minus
about one hundred dollars which he had car
ried in a roll in his pants pocket. The officers
who made tho arrest wero notified of tho
fact and they at once went to work to ferret
out tho thief. Tlicv tlionr!i..l thnt vlii Its
Bitting in tho chair iu a drunken condition
the rim bad either accidentally il
rmnnevnnf nt h,....L... i. ,
.... . ... .1 m jArvivvi, vi unu ueen ac
Ubrately robbed of it. A certain delivery
wagon driver w is accused bv tho oflWr nf
having tho money; he denied tho charge nt
first, but when told that ho was seen fo
pick it up and keep it, he admitted the
charge, saying that he had found it and
Joseph DunnmT.mtnir.ri. Tirondwav. Ttitf.
falo, was inducod by his brother to try
mi. A... - a
i nomas- r.ciociric uu ior a spruinou anKio;
and with half a dozon applications ho was
enabled to walk round ntmin all rirrbt.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at Tun Bulletin ofllco,
town but Cairo the money would never have
ocen restored to tho rightful owner.
William II. Blackburn, a vouth. waa nr.
m r 1
rested yesterday upon a warrant sworn out
by William Cortolus, charging him --with
naving used language and been
guilty of conduct that waa
calculated to provoke a breach of the peace.
Ofhcer Warren Wims served the warrant
and brought Blackburn before Magistrate
Coinings for trial, who fined him five dol
lars and costs.
Jasper McElvcy, who was some days aro
plufco under a bond of five hundred dollars
by Justico J. H. Robinson for making an
assault with intent to kill, has given bond
for Ills appearance nt the next term of tho
Frank Fisher wjis arrested by Officer
George Olmsted for being drunk and taken
before Magistrate Comings, who assessed a
fine of one dollar and costs against him.
He went to jail in default of payment.
Officers Mahanny and Kinnear arrested
John Coleman and A. nopson for being
drunk. Ma'dstrato Comincrs fined them
"iich one dollar and costs.
The Largest Cylinder-
What U suld to bo tho largest steam
engine cylinder in the world was east
recently at tho Morgan Iron Works,
New York City. It is 18 foot long, 9
feet 2 inches in diameter, and required
for its casting 45 tons, or 90, 000 pounds,
of gun metal. It is intended to accom
modate a piston stroke of 14 fcof. Tho
metal in tho thinnest part ia 1 inches
thick. It will ttiko ten days lor it to
cool. It is for tho engine of a new
iron stoumbont for tho New York and
Boston trade. The boat will bo 320 fret
long, larger than tho noted Bristol and
m - a i.
150 Pcgrecs Below.
Tho greatest amount of cold ever
known to be endured by white men,
overtook Lieutenant Schwatka's patty
in search of information about Sir John
Franklin's party. They were over clov
en mouths in sleds.and journeyed about
three thousand miles. On Jan 3, 1880,
tho thormomotor sunk 150 deg. below
tho freezing point. Tho highest tem
perature that day was 6'J dcg. below
freezing point, tor twenty-seven days
tho nverago temperature was 02 deg.
below the freezing point.
Statistics of Glass-Mak'ng-A
preliminary report, just issued from
the Census Otliee, presouts tho follow
ing statistics relative to the manufac
ture of lass in tlio Unitod States for
tho year tnded May 31, 1880, oompared
with tho results obtained by the cunsus
No.of establishments.... im 1M
Employes 2,ksj 15,;t
f'lipltid 1S,!H $l,T,Ra),H3
Wagei paid B.ll&mi 7,88lt,110
irtaierlula user! T.iWI,;n 6,H,;s
Valuo of product Si,m,m 18,47U,6eT
Tho Investigation into thegrowth and
extent of this Industry iueludod only
those works which manufacture glass
from emtio matorial, and not thoso in
which manufactured glass is a raw ma
terial, such as manufactories of painted
or stained glass, mirrors, chemists'
ware, eto. "
Our Great Inventions.
Tho fifteen great American inventions
of world-wide adoption are:
1. The cotton gin.
2. Tho planing machine.
5. The grass mower and reaper.
4. Tho rotary printing press.
6. Navigation by steam.
G. Tho hot air engine.
7. The sewing machine.
8. The India rubber Industry.
9. Tho machine manufacture of horse
shoes. 10. Tho sand blast for carving.
11. Tho gaugo lathe.
12. The grain elevator.
13. Artiliclal Ice making on a largo
14. Tho electric magnet and its prac
15. The telephone
By a largo maiority tho people of the
Unitod States have declaim! thoir faith ia
Kidney-Wort as a remedy for all the dis
eases of the kidneys and liver, some, how
ever, have disliked tho troublo of preparing
it trom tho dry form. For such a now can
didate appears In the shape of Kidney
Wort In Liquid Form. It is very concen
trated, Is easily taken and is equally effi
cient as tho dry. Try it Louisville Tost.