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Tnko Particular Notice.
It is scarcely necessary to urgo upon par
tes indebted to tlio 'Bulletin' olllco that our
circumstances require, upon tliolr part, a can
cellation of their indebtedness, ' A quick In
gathering of the amount duo us on book ac
count, will greatly assist us in re-establishing
ourselves on our original footlug. "Wo in
tend to recover from our set-back, aid tiint
right specdilj'. Our debtors know how to
aid us in till? purpose, and wo shall expect
them to "be prepared for tho cull of our col
Is hereby given to delinquent stock holders
of tho Cairo and Blandvillo Turnpike- Com
pany that unless tho baliincoduoon their sub
scriptions is paid by tho first dny of April
noxt, suit will bo commenced to collect the
same. By order of tho board.
B. II. Cu.vmxuiiam, Trcasuror.'
March 8, 18CJ. dtd
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Destruction of tlto Cairo Bulletin Office.
The following account of the destruction of
tho Bulletin otilco by lire, having appeared
in only u part of an edition issued on tiio eve
ning succeeding tho tire, is re-produol in
this number -
Tho destruction of thj "Bulletin ofuco by
firo is already known to u majority of our lo
About four o'clock on the morning of the
'J2d, tho colored utility man of the establish
inent built up a Are In tho front stove, as was
his custom, that tho office might bo suitably
warmed by the nrrivul of tho printers. In n
few minutes thereafter ho discovered indica
tions of Arc between the ceiling and tho roof.
.Finding himself unequal to tho job of extin
guishing it ho rushed to the street and raised
tho alarm. The wholo city fee mod wrapped
in tho prefoundest slumber, being encour
aged thereto by a dark, gloomy, rainy morn
ing. Several minutes elapsed, therefore, be
fore anjbody responded to-his call. Had not
k heavy rain fallen during tho night and tho
roughly saturated the roof, tho cntiro build
ing would hnvn been enveloped in ilamcs by
tho timo tho engines arrived and commenced
work. Tho streets were so very muddy that
It required n considerable fores to inovo the
engines; and toarousothc neighborhood, at
such an hour, was tho work of several min
utes very precious time. During all this in
terval tho flru was making destructive head
way, 10 that when tho first water was thrown
upon it, the cntiro roof was Involved, and tho
rocin filled with smoke and name.
Tho fs. w persons who reached tho ground
.'.King tho early stage of th fire, sue ceded
n saving the books, tho dosk, a few carmi of
zri ana n smau quantity 01 siqok, worctt,
ndcpctidcnt of tho book accounts, probably
two h jndrrd dollars. To the pertitloat, tire
km and well directed ouorts of Use firemen
w( nr l! lei-ted for all the bstlettc that vm
.vcl AVI,, n they rd their tabors the
iharrcd wall of the building were left stand
i ng, tk" fi 'or partly burned, supporting Use
debris of tho roof and calling and the job nod
i:wfapcr press tJ, fivo In nnmber, damaged
but not ruined. Tho job ofllec, the eompletcst
In tho state, perhaps, outside of Chicago, wms
entirely destroyed, scarcely tt hiokt font of
typo remaining uninjured. Tho stock, to
which a considerable addition had bon made
cn Saturday, with all tho office furnlturoi
stands, cases, cabinets, wood and inebil letter,
and the thousand other nrticles that enter
into tho make-up of a first class job and news
paper office, wcro burned to ashes and melted
Into shapeless piles of metal. Tho preies
wcro saved by playing upon them continu
ously to the neglect of less valuablo material.
Tho totul loss cannot bo accurately stated,
but wo give $5,500, Independent of tho build
ing, for what wc concelvo to bo h closo ap
proximation. The building cost about $2,000.
A largo portion of tho newspaper type, bolng
in the rear end of tho building, upon which
the engines played quite vigorously to savo
tho cylinder press, was saved; and to this
fact tho appearance of tho 'Bulletin this ove
nlng niHy Iwi attributed.
Tho establishment was entirely uninsured.
Tho fact that nro-cnglnos wore- within n
stonu's-throw distance, coupled with the fur
ther fact that tho building was never left
nlono gavo assurances of safety thnt caused n
postponement of the proprietors' purposo to
Wo Bro crippled by tho llro qulto serious
ly; but that we aro not overwhelmed tho
regular appearance of our paper this ove
ning amply testifies. AVo nro grateful to our
firemen who so manfully battled wttli the
"dovourlng element," und rescued therefrom
a nucleus around which may gather another
offlco; and wo aro also thankful to tho many
kind friends who extended all tho assistance
that could, uudor the circumstances, bo ren
dered. Beyond this, wo aro stimulated to
renewed otl'ort by tho encouraging words and
manifestations of sympathy that greet us on
all sides, coming aliko from party friends and
party foes. If any one rejoices over our se
vere loss and consoles himself by tho thought
that it is crushing mid irroparablo, that indi
vidual will live to bo chagrinncd by tho
knowlcdgo of our full recovery from it; for,
like tho invincible Capt. Dexter, "wo aro
hero to tny," and our foot being a till upon
tho path, our watchword is now as it has been
An IxN0CEjr Soul. A,bo.ut two months
ago Abljah Small, an innocent youth of
twenty-four, wedded tho blushing Miss Simp
ploy, then a resident of this city, in tho bosom
of her father's family. Shortly after Abijnh's
marriage- tho family moved to tho country,
Abljah and his bettor (half accompanying it i
for, bo it known, Abijah was not a "forc-hand-cd
man;" nhd made mil. work of it at the in
gathorlng of filthy lucro. Ho could, In fact,
scarcely take caro of hlmsplf.
Abijah had been marred eight weeks to a
day, when Mrs. 'Abljah gavobirlh ton bounc
ing bpyj t Hon? tW,nsn surpriso for Abijah,
and a fire-brand for tho rest of tho family.
Tho old man became Ungovernably angry.
Ho had been "nurturing a viper," ot cetera
and so fortlrnll of Which Abijah failed to
comprehend and greatly wondered at. Ho
protested thaU ho wn innocent of nny pur
pose to bo u viper or any other kind of a
reptile. Truo Mrs. Abijah had been quick
nbout it; but ho wasn't to Maine, " 'pon his
honor ho7 wasn't," But tho old gentleman
wouldn't bo mollified. Tho moro mj conned
tho inattor over tho moro nngry ho became,
until, in a fit of rage, ho boo tod Abijah off
the prca&M. Penniless and without a second
shirt to his back) 'tho young man left tho
neighborhood, thinking tho pld man "n,littlo
hasty' but not much to blnmo nftcr all. If
Sally, for such was his wife's numo, gavo
birth to a chlld'orcry two months, that would
bo six n year, and such n rato of incrcaso would
toon cat tho old man out of houao and home t
That was tho socrot or tha old man's linger,
but it wus tho qucorest thing in Sally ho had
"hearn on,' to employ Jibf own elogant dic
tion, "since tho old cow died." And it was
rathor queer, wasn't it? ' f
i i in" '
Valuaiilk Mats. Mr. .J. Van Voorhis is
canvaslng tbu'eity for subscriber to Wat
ton's really excellent and reliable maps of
tho United States und tho world, showing tho
divisions of tho American republic, its organ
ized territories, und ( every thing ulse that
should be embraced in a print of that charm
Ills "Now Ballroad and. distance mnp"
eomumnds itself especially to tho citizens of
Cairo. Tho importance this locality is assum
ing as tho futuro railroad contcr of tho Mis
sissippi valley, gives tho railroad map a pe
culiar value that will bo appreciated byal! of
our intelligent shippers nnd business men. It
is an exact reflex of all thd railroads of the
United S'ates in operation nnd coursotf con
struction, showing tho distances between sta
tions, the cost of building the different roads,
and n variety of priceless information obtain
able newborn else in u shape so desirable. On
tho back of this map tho great western terri
tories are laid down, shewing the course of
the I'acific railroads, tho lakes, rivers, nioun
tains, etc., with a geographical correctness
that will stand tho closest criticism.
"We nro quite confident that Mr. Van Voor
his will find a ready sale for this last named
map, for it is ono that should grace tho wall
of every hotel, office, Kiloon and studio in, th
t After'' the lapse of a longer interval than
we anticipated the 'Bulletin makoi its apesr
anco this evening, in Its original garb, bear
ing no dltecrnablo marks from tho fiery or
deal'through wlileht ha passed.' Tho iubcr
involved in bringing order out of the or.
occasionKl,by the tire was much greater than
we had reckoned upon, ""in'ii few tlayi, how
ever, we will m to fr recovered from our
confusion a tq jaeenJl demaijds fir job work
with our accustom n pr. mptnos;. From thu
day forth tho 'Bulletin will appecr regularly.
' ' . 1. 1 i --
I now ron the C. fc V. B. P.. Messrs.
Halllday Brothers, of this city, teeeivift.
notice, toLy, sof arrival ( wtKow
Orleans, of nine.bundreiLtpns of railroad iron
for the Cairo & Vinconnes railroad, being this
first installment of nsblpmont of three thou
sand tons from Europe.
"There's u deiter time eorau j, lxjr."
Miss Mary Safford, of this city,-gradutd
nt tho Now York Medical College for
females, on tho 23d instant, delivering tho
valedictory address of the graduating class.
In a few months tho will leave this cauntry
for Franco whore sho will spend n year in
tho hospitals of Paris. ,
It seems to be tho ruling purpose of Miss,
fcufl'ord's life to minister to the sick and tho
atlllctcd, and that tho may do this moro
ctllclontly than before, wo doubt not, is tho
motivo for her present course. Hundreds
and thousands of tho sick nnd woundd
soldiers of tho Mississippi valley, who fllw
tho hospitals at Cairo, Memphis, Vlcksburr,
Kashvlllo, Mound City and other points, will
recall her kind visits and ministrations; nnd
those who watched her outgoings nndln
comings know her, during tho first yifrs ot'
tho war, to bo tlroloss and unceasing in her,
works of mercy, In her presenJulVignt .lr
countless friends will bid her Ooasp0id.
Curd From tho Itoueh and T. y
c.i'ro, ' i..'Uli. l?f.
JUvhrs. Jonn If. Oiwriy i. Co.-
Ocnilemtni in loohlfg over tho moMiinc
Times', of tin 2nd Inst., wo find n nud ta
thanks tiddrcsed to tho oitinens nnd firemen
of Cairo. : .'i he so kind n to inform
cs what , tp ,y vindsrstand yoirto mean by
tho flremeu of (Silro? Do "we undTtft.d
you to say tho whclj of the Fire DeimrtTin'.
or a pai i, .t it ? Let us ifon.i. you that rly j
two companV. JM ervfwn thV u,c snd V.
would bo no tm re thn rl,tht to let ,.h oi i-
zon8 of Cairo know who . o thf two. T..t y
call thomsolves the Arui and the Hough j
and Bcadys. By praijiua tb wVh of the
Department you do an itiJuUVc t., in .: two
compmiiei1, and bv praising uuc, or n of j
one, you do a t'il uruj;.. injuti-. the '
other. U hy not praise belli, c- nom : We
claim having done ..t mveh service il:o
Arabs, if wo can judge 1 y 'ha amount of wa
ter thrown o'n the btj. "They worl . ? ono
engine, tlieilttip Arab; t umpiw onect
tetn. Wo workotl two.'aigf.noj, tho 0...u
and Bnby,7id otntl!Hfsslltor;;f, L,
taking wator out or tm 6iltrianu wori..
half an hour nfVQr the Afnrltast t.
and gone horn. Wf 4 MNuk to be jlr.
out io not want to u imuicca. '
W. : mfn rnu wntl .fMMfMAl" I
rndbMfs K..-S, r.nd
Jos. M Voiruu,
Joiin W. Sruha)
Wm. T. lister war .
4. liss, Stcboue,
Jo. B. Taylor,
Bbmarxk. Wo tmcerely regret the fact
that tho gontesnm whoM natnee appear'
signed to the above communication think wo
havo given them good eauee for offense. We
auur '.iut we had no intention to do so
when e wrote the rand of thdnkt to which
they Ukc eKwptior,'. On tho contrary, at
that time, n now, we regarded the moit of
them with tentlmen. r' gratitude, and bad
reason to thirl: fortune i!mt the Rough and
Iteudy fire company had in Cairo "i local
habitation and u nan. SVc knew that
nearly all thejo gentlemen had labored, nt tho
j lire which consumed tho 'Bulletin' office, with
j great Industry; and wo wcro also nwaro of
i tho fact that tho Bough and Ready company
, had rendered valuable service in our behalf.
But, in the faeo of this fact, wo felt impelled
to single out Mr. Henry "Winter, and speak
concerning him a kind word. And In this
wo huve nothing to regret nothing to apolo
gize for. "Wc did just what wo should have
dono in this regard ; nnd ho who denies this
is either a prnjudiri-.i man, or one incapable
of understanding tho relations which have
for seme time and do still exist betwixt Yi .
Winter and Mr. Oberly. Now nearly a yeai
ago, Mr. Oberly attacked Mr. Winter th.ou;h
the columns of the 'Democrat,' appHM t
him language of great aevority and bu.-d at j
him invective of 'be m-.t itjunoi. 'nd.
As a matter ot voj:i.., Mr. inir
rwnty' the language, aid. indeed
rosuon to tirfoiee ovt nr
Polii K Bt'siNKss. Kate Cetton, acolorul
servant in ono. of tho leading hotels of the j
city, purloined n handkerchief and ploco v(
embroidery from tho bnskot of n guest, and 1
tho theft being traced lo hor, she confessed
her 0iiilt. A search of tho premises occupied
by ICato's mother brought fo light several
other articles that had been stolen from thn
same hotel. Esquire Bros hold tho accuwl
in a bond of 100 to nniwor tho circuit court
nntt Tuesday. As alio wa unablo to give
'.he bond sho was committed to Jail.
SColiy Ilatmolph :tis sent up, on Thursday, '
for itolinr; Thomas Moohen's pockut-book,
eontainin fifty dollars. Thomas had just
arrived from Mississippi, nnd, Inquiring for;
h brothel, expressing an indifference as to the'
color of the Inmates, wns escorted to tho den
of which this smutty Chimpanzaie Molly was
oaoof tho nllrnotioiH. Thrusting her hand
into her visitor's pocket under pretext of get
ting a cLew of tobacco, sho abstracted his
pocket-book and made off with it. So, Molly
will probnblygo to tho pcnltontlary and
Mookon will lose hi $30, whereat lot nil good
A few cases of obscene and offensivo Inn
gur gc have been disposed of sinco yesterday
n'.rafB, which, with tho above, form tho
bulk of the police busincsa of the wock.
LjWTOT OIUKI) AND 1'KTIT JUH0K8 Seloct-
M tVr tho April term of tho Circuit Conrt,
commencing April 5th, 18G9. Judge David
i. Baker, to preside.
rUTY NATIONAL BANK.
"V7. t. HAI.I.ID.VY. lroli(cnti
A. II. S.VFl'OKl, Uuitlilcrt
AVAr.TKR IIVSL.OP, Al9tnnt Cashier.
H. BTATTS TAYLOR,
nun it ii'ir l.i itiitnM
A. II. HA
W. A. Griggt,
""(. W. Krwin,
B. II. Cunnlngha"!,
.lame S. Swnyne,
W W. Thornton,
Charles T. Hlnde,
E. B. Hendricks,
"W. D. Guntor,
Jnmcs S. iMorrlr,
Win. Pitcher, -Z.
H. M. Htilen,
L. J. Byrne,
G. I). Williamson,
. H. Hagy
Thcro aro fifteen prisonrs in tho calaboose,,
twelve of them being females Eight of those
black. Ono of tbo male prisoners is serious
"Wo aro unnblo to traco the report that ox
president Johnson Is dead, to nny rcllablo
source. Wo arc inclined to disbelieve it.
tnat roijnt overtake us. Ja m wt sax
miitQking.thochnractt 9t J4fu '.. w
bcliavad that ho wgdW.'fliRj Hmtm
than help to est I n;Ah tfwt.u O tir svrrprt
then may bo imaftBad wttMt we found W9
wore, in this partfaater, ffrtwtly inittalrtu j
that Mr Winter was oaf oi i!io Mi smtire
men at the fire; that be wort ed with ctsms
more cnyjy than usnal ; taal be vmHseaaiy
oomplteo who everv -oou'st iiiatM by us
that, in short, be acted its it d'wne
intp ns ho was above the ui.-inneat of allowing
Lit personal feelings to interfere wi'. . hU
public duty. When wo taw taia, and Mtor
tained that one, at le.-j,, of ear densocrMIc
friend bad looked at ni with oopki
cency, and consoled bin . !. ' .L Jm refteo
trn thnt b had not lost an .king ly the .r
bocaiuc be made it a rulo to not rand nn
evening paper, and u!A-d.lthat several
shiniog light of radiealLu trero rcjoioing
over'ou'r'misforturi v.'fe'H impillcd to giro
ospccinl prominence to tro unselfish conduct
of Mr. Winter. "Wo acted as we should
have acted; and wo rgret that any member
eftbe Bough nnd Beady company should
take excoptlon to our co ..met In this matter.
Wo did not mentiuu i.ny company it is
true, nnd wo regret the fuel; but tho con
fusion In our affairs the day of tho firo mutt
plead for us in oxcn f tho omission. Had
wo mentioned tho compt uies, wo should havo
paid a high tribute tn the Boughs, whoso un
ceasing exertions wero very offeotivo; and if
v o had gone still further und mentioned tho
;i..oes of men to whom, we were very thank
fukwe should have mentioned most of tho
name signed to the abtne oemplalnt. Yo
,c or explanation may provo satistactrj-.
and . -jm the Bought that we are
Gratef.:P.y tudr frlondi,
Jouv U. 's;ki.t & C.
iio CITY BC.iv BIXDEBY.
deed. ht.l.3Bcsola-lxi.dlor-, Xl.ixl-x-mUfarHsn
Ksclmngc, Coin, nnd United 80iles Bonds
Uouglit nad :Uih1.
Dcjmlls JlcoeUt'd, and a Gtntral lianhtwj
. Jlttsincn 0)idH.stml.
niUE FIBST NATIONAL BANK. , ,.
JIAMKr. IIUUD, ItOUT. w JiirJi.r.K
I'cMklent. - VhFHaaietit.
C. .V. IIUGIIKU, U)i(er.
Collections Proniplly Attciidc'd to.
f,rrliuf;c, Coin, Ilnnk Notcn nml Unl(rl
33o-u.sl3.t 0.33.CI Sold.
IutcrcHt Allovrcd on Timo Deposit.".
gAINT CHABLKS HOTKL,
THE ST. CIIAKLLS HOTKL,
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now In the mo.t imcxrttitlnnaMo order for Kiicstn
Tim x't Huinnicr.
ttnf((;nt;e Cm . It'll to nml front tlic'lloirl
rcu of Olm r.
Viswk SJoflk Mniiufacturcr,
n (Hrjo Levios, CAIIIO, ILLINOIS,
W'llmaliB , .
r . i . . .
! Day Hoard, TmmOj'FWc Dollars per month
jf.Wfrrr wn.cox co., '
g HBKlo' HO USB,
Corner Jlnrket nml Court Street
. al new, pe. u, rtant tl wpll-atolnt.
hi- ownJ .'or ih r'.'plloB of gM!
u.i. i.i I'.'.li. The ent'.rf ntm u newly 1
pinn-hi-il, fontslnfnc e4lrnt rooaiV fni
A young marriod mttn niiined David ';
who took unto himself n wife only this winter
nnd located at Santa IV, was In town n few
dsys ago; endeavoring to effect n loan of
twenty dollar. from his acquaintances, to
buy, as ho nlledgcd, n coffin for his dead wife.
The fact that ho walked into town two days
provlou, didn't'scetn to" be very soroly dlr-l
trcsed over his domestic nflllction, wcro re
garded as suspic5ous circumstances, nnd con
Foquontly tho loan was not negotiated. Tho
disclosure was made,' yesterday, that David's
wlfo is well and hoarty that David is on tho
tramp, nnd sought tho "accomodation" to
pay his exponscs to "parts unknown" a sec
tion of cruntry, by tho way, that must; by
this time bo settled as thickly as tho Nether
lands. ( j
Day boarders can socuro first-class furo- ut
"Walker & Sisson's restaurant at $25 per
B5? Hereafter oystor soup will besorvod
nt tho morning lunches. As horetoforo
tho Invitation is to all to como nnd feast
without money or price.
inric 2w Chah. PnvFEni,iKo, Sup't.
Mouey Saved I
By 'buying yourgrocorles of J. H. Jletcalf,
who keeps n largo and select stock of tho beat
family supplies, and soils eheapor than, tho
cheapest, Io. 3a t "Washington nvenuo, op
posite tho court house. mitrStf
A Full Set of Books for Sscainhonls j
LA WAXD MUSW HOOKS,
rtriwlicsls, Ma?nzinc.s-, Boposltorlcs nnd
an( aRrr J
tit' aciXjiimuxUIioii of U1y ltrlT, ng.l all o'br
voiiTonioneM (uuwl ,u ! lt huur lit taeSvi'')i
wi-t. Cliarsfs moderate.
TlirfoelipiUv uliiM. J nn-l uoll IIdwImuIUL.. -
rooms on tlm tirnt noorvrlll bo rvnlnl on tuisoimI.o
terras ta asooiltsnsnt. nQiJw
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
Of say V,rd awl hip.
A Misaculous iBacAM We never
heard of a moro romarka' !e osoape from
death than that detailed in ') last uumbar
of tho Columbus DIspatc... One of tha
conductors on tho Mobile and Ohio railrofld
nuisting a lady nnd her child from a pas
sono.' coach to tho sloepinj; car while tho
tt r.'u was running at full .spoed thirty, mllci
"iour, perhaps. The lady who was largo
t.i ' '.why, lost hor footing'and fell upon the
coujk'.vij. j TliOj conductor having , tho, child,"
in h: nnns 'could render no effective as- ,
eistan.o And beforo uld could bo summoned -
.1 1 a- .1.. .... 1 mi
mo woman uroppeu 10 iuu jjruuuu, xue i
train was, nj soon 'ns possiblo, stopped, ",vitU
tno view ot gathering tlio crusneii ana t i
body of tbo unfortunate lady; but what
tho surpriso of ovory ono who v;as nppri.a i Mf awl Chlcogo prk,
of tho occurence to find her comparatively
unhurt. Sho had dropped to tho ground tho
very instant tho cars passed over a cattle
brako pit, and cscapod with a orushed finger.
A second sooner or n second later sho would
havo been torn to fragments, as nt no other
point within fifty miles could tho same thing
, Tho escape was marvelous, seemingly
CiitcuiT CouiiT. Tho April term of tho
Circuit Court of tho Nineteenth Judicial
Circuifwlll commeneo nt the court bouse in
this city, on Monday, April 5th, David J.
Brnr Tickets, Bill Bends and Bills Ladlut:
OILDISO A AT) LETTERISa;
Wi .ii UiiMieh ami m ratu-j, nml In
Any Htylc Dr.lrtU,
Tabllo patronago Is reipectfully sollciteJ, and wils
' j'tlon cuarantceJ.
All Work Bono on Short Notice.
WHITE LKAD, ZI.V0 AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Urufclies, Wall I'antr suaWladow
MGIIIO LEVEE GVIJO, ILL
PltoUL'CB AM) COMMISSION
3VC 32 XI O XX A If T ,
-Vc 70 Ohio Lute, Cairo, 111.
Hpcclalattontlon given to coaf;;nir)nl anil fllllnt;
J" K. FBOST,
, DKALKK I.V
Butter, Lard, Kgg, Poultry, (Jinno,
Can Fruit ami Yogc'tablon,
liny nml f.'inln ou CoimiiUaloii.
Eighth Street (north aide) near Ohio Leete.
J. K. VKOST, Agent,
No. 7;i Ohio Levee Cairo, 111.,
CIIOI0K VAltlKTIl-S Oh'SKEI) I'OTATOIM.
As follows i
The 1'nrly Cooilrlrli,
The IJnrly Ntuvliuul,
The I.ntv Iliirrl.im,
Al.o, ull km li n f Kruit Tree , suoh
Peach, Pear, Applo nnd Cherry,
ltn.iilicrry unit Wtrmvlx rry Plant, Grnjio
lajiMtfi vii, i::c. ,
IVtm II M 111 1 1 IIIMI I riM
TOODl WOOD 1 1
J. W. TURN Kit
Is prepared o furni h
Good EZsa-cl Wooidi
At prlco. which defy competition, nnd vlso to
Uellv, r i'l nny jmrt of the City,
On the tliorlct notice.
I.earo orilors on !.! et lliilon'.H g.-o. cry, Loner
gan' fetil nture, auil Wood and Itoaoh'a srovery.
MUTUAL IIBXKYOJjK.VF ASSOCIATION
The First nf Ileil Institution o the Kind in
the United Slates.
Weekly llf-n-dt from i tp 410 In case ot kickne.
Erery mn or IVinala of Hoalthy Constitution cuu bo
" TtilTlnBtlttition is logally IneortwateU under Ihe
laws ofllllnoi'- rr portC-ularH npnlytoT
dccaidif General Asnt rortitafo'df unntlf