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THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1800.
rUHLISHED 111 JOHN It. OHKBT.Y A CO.
M. H. ItAttltKM., ABSOCiATI! KIT0r '
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Landrotli' Froili nml Rollnblo
Seeds nt P. O. Hehuli'Mlnig etorc.1 m312wd
IV G. Scliuh' keeps LnndrothfH gardem
ocds, thogrowtli of 1808 ; perfectly sound nnd
Try Spalding' Jntiunnnsi Hair restorer. It
is undoubtedly, tho beslhuir'prepftratlbt'i ever
introduced to tlio public. For snlo, whole
sale; or retuil, nt P. 0, Hchuh's. i3tow3w s
Notice to Tax-Payer.
The delinquent list will bo commenced on
tlio 10th ilny of April, thoso wishing to save
cost, bnd better come to tho Court houso at
once nnd spttlo. ; 1 1 l
Louih 11. Mrr.up, Collector.
, - t '- . . i t
Dy buying yo'u'rgroceries of .f. II. lelcitlf,
who keeps a lurgo and select stock of tho best
family supplies, nnd sells chenpor than tho
cheapest, No. 334 Washington nvenue, op
poslto tho court house. marClf
Sjiuldiug'ii Jiitninunsi Hair restorer is
precisely what it professes to be, n itAin.uiis
TOUativk. It is thu hurctt and safest pre
paration of tho ago, l'or supplies, wholesale
or retail, apply nt r. O. Schuha dr.ug store.
On and after the lat tiny of April, 16C0,
until further notice, tho city market will
close overy day at 10 o'clock AtM,, in
stead of 11 o'clock A. M., ua heretofore.
1'ftrtleH Interested will govern them
A. fUrs-. !fnrlrir Tirnafor '
Thero may bo a pretialng need for tho
heavy and drenching rains of the past
twenty-four hours, but wo don't sec It. If
vegetation requires It, well and good
for purposes of navigation not another
drop is called for.
Take Particular Notice.
It Is scarcely necessary to urge upon par
ti's indebted to tho 'Ilullotin' oulcu tht our
circumstances require, upon their part, a can
cellation of their indebtedness. A quick in
gathering of tho amount duo us on book ac
count, will greatly assist us In ro-establlsi.Ing
ourselves on our original footiug. Wo in
tend to recover from our set-back, and that
right speedily. Our debtors know how to
aid us in this purest.1, and wo shall expect
them to bo prepared for tho call of our col
lector. ii i i i
Tke Mnuufarturo f AKrlculltirnl Imple
ment. Messrs. Hall, of Cauton, Ohio, are, wo un
derstand, prospecting in Indlann and Illinois
for n suitablo location for tho establishment
of a largo reaper and mower manufactory,
Wo should bo much pleased If theso gentle
men would take a survey of Cairo nnd Its
surrdnmlingi. Wo aro aisured that tbey
would find hero all tho prerequisites for "which'
thoy seek .in tho way of material, market nnd
means for distributing tho manufactured arti
cle; and furthermore, receive proper encour
agement from tho Property Trustocs, to whom
they would, probably, apply for tlw ground
whereon to locato tholr buildings.
A two hours' rido through our neighboring
forests would convince Messrs. H. of tho pre
tence hero of all tho oak, hickory, walnut,
pecan and poplar timber that could bo used
in their line in a thousand years; and nlittlu
inquiry of tho propinquity of iron and coal
at as low rates as they can bo procured else
whro in tho Northwest. They could for
themselves tlio decks and guards of pissing
steamers crowded with agricultural iuiple
msnts going forward to supply tho southern
demand, and they could learn that thoy, loca
ted on the very threshold of tho South, would
enjoy an advantago in freights which, of it
self would form an enriching income. Wo
repeat that wo would have Messrs. Hall visit
us, con Scent a wo aro that for tho manufac
ture and ialo of agricultural implements
Cairo possesses marked advantages over any
othor locality in tho United States.
The Unit Lnat Hlghl.
The ball given by the St. Patrick's Be
nevolent Society, lu the St, Charles Ho
tel, last night, was attended by sixty or
seventy couple, and vras a corapleto suc
cess In overy particular, The express
ions of satisfaction we hear from thoso
who participated, aro high .compliments
to tho managers, and distinguish them
as expert lu that particular lino, who
will scarcely be excused from tho man
agement of'llke occasions In tho future.
Tho refreshments embraced everything
for wuloh well regulated appetites could
have a craving, and there was a great)
abundance for all. The danclng"3vaa
kept up until broad day light, when the.
"boys wont homo with tho girls In the
morning." The dancing wosprolougd(
beyond the time fixed in the programme
by tho advent of a, Beveru storm, but It
was none the less enjoyable on that ac
count. Tbe receipts, we are glad to hour,
wero ample to meet all expenses.
Tho Memphis Avalauohe' says that a
few enterprising gentlemen of that city,
promlnontly Identified with Ippal ,meT
chanlo enterprises, have interested them-
selveTrJecunlrirlly'arid otherwise,- for the-
purchase and removal. Jo tnftt cuy, pi
the Cairo dry docks, 'J'hti belief Is ex
pressed that tho whple amount nqces-.
ary to purchase the dockti will shortly
be raised, only a few .thquqand dollar
stock rowalniug untaken.
Should this movement prove success
ful the steamboat repairing business in
Cairo will not, as a consequence, bo din
continued. The work will go on an usu
al, nnd If the remaining facilities nro ln
eufflclent, others will bo added ns fast nB
a want of tliotri Is developed.
. r Kcarjr Jfajr-iitMtn
' We met on our street yeatonjayHeD
ry Mayo, who, about three years ago,""
was sentenced to the penitentiary by
tho Alexander 'circuit' court, for tho
term of his natural-life. Ho was con
victed of theyrdsrpf ancoJdn;au liv
ing near 'Goose Wand, who.so ni mo h as
noVfassed-'frbm dur'rnhVd: Thb'VW
dencpWM qlrcumsUutlal," but undoubt
edly pointed to Mayo as tho guilty party.
Tn mir tnnulrv. "how did vou secure a
pardon?" hq, replied, "dli, old''.ilorib
Doughertyaent fqr'tne'asbori to-ho fcvt
into oftlbe. I know he would, for ho
knows 1 am an innocont man. Ho
knows, too, that my lawyer, tho 'short'
Munn, sold mp put' tpartlcs wlip want
0d to prby -upon tlio" little property I
would.leaye.V T, . . ,. n.f.
lie declares that the man for whose
death he was punished, was not murder
ed at all; that being drunk ho knocked
khls own bralua.qut, by falling dpwu in a
wagon among somo plows. vindicating
himself thus, Vio mrido a heavy chargo
'Upon his neighbors who had interested.
themselves in bringing about his convict
tlon. Ho was a better man than the
best man among them) and would com
pare records from tho cradle forward.
Thoro wns no blood on his hands, and
they knew it. Plunder was their pur
pose, and, being successful In swearing
hlin into tho penitentiary, they com
menced th&Ir work of plunder boforu he
reached Jollet. They couldn't steul his
land, but they made away with at least
a thousand dollars' worth of moveable
property everything ho had left that
they c(uld use or convert Into money., ,
This, bo It understood, Is Mayo's story.
For the other sldo It Can be said that he
had a fair trial; a Jury of ills own selec
tion; and when tho evidence, pro and
con, was all before tho court, thero was
not oven a reasonable doubt as to his
guilt, left' upon the minds of tho jury.
Some of tho witnesses who testified
against him runkumoiig the best citizens
of tlrtj county. So, If Mayo Was inno
cent, he was certainly the most unfortu
nate victim of circumstantial ovidohce
of which we have any knowledge.
Itf-plV ! 3fr.Oilir fnrl.
Cairo, , 111.. April 1, 1MJ.
Kditor Kvr-nlne; Ilnlletlni
Your paper of last evening contains
an article over tho signature of Peter
Cuhl, in which a statement is made
that is not in accordance with tho facts,
as I am prepared to prove by competent
wltnewH. The statement to which I
refer rends as follows : "I further assert
that a sale by me was suppressed, or not
mentioned In tho last price list, that was
fifty cents on the barrel below other re
ports of sales of the same grade."
Tho facts aro these :Mr. Cuhl reported
to me as having sold "100 bbls superfine
flour at $4 Co per bbl." I made a memo
randum of tho sale, with: other thatiio
gave mo at tho same time, with the in
tention of publishing It. lly tho merest
accident I afterwards inohtioucd tho ealot
(It being an unusually low price for that1
grauc mi nouri, iju jiarwca yviiu iiiiu
made tho purchase. They immediately
Informed mo that tho flour they had
purchnttcd of Mr. Cuhl at that price, was
"bought on Its own merits, nnd not as
superlluo Hour; that tho grado was not
Uniform," the best of It not being, in
their Judgmont, "better than a good ar
ticle of firio flour, while 5 1 bbl of It wero
classed as being what Is terlued 'good'
middlings.1 " J.' . . T
Furthermore, In order to assure myself
that thero could be no possible error of
Judgment In tho grades of tho Hour, I
aubmltted samples of tho two' brands
that comporttd theilOO bbls roported, to
a gentleman who has been exclusively
In that business for somo twenty yars,
and is conceded to bo'ono of the very
best judges of Hour In the state.
Ho pronounced the best of them "goodf
flnellour" and the other 'good mldllngs.'t
Under theso .circumstances, I reported
the sale as '100 bbls on its merits at SI 0V,'
and I am willlugto leave it to tho impar
tial Judgment of any good busiucss man,
as to whether the salo was, or waa not,
I might perhaps with propriety also
mention that the parties who purchased
the aoovo lot of Hour, told mo that Mr.
Cuhl refused to sell them tile best of tho
two grades, by Itself, at that price. Thoy
had to tako the 31 bbls of inferior grade,
in order to get the other. Tho question
naturally suggests iUelf that supposing
thoso two brands of Hour belonged to
two different shippers, what sort pf jus
tice does the owner of tho better quality.
get by having his flour depreciated bo
low Its merits, In ordor to work off' some
bo.dy ejsi'a "gopd middling?1'
In conclusion. I will add that as editor
of tho Cairo 'Price Current' I am alWays
'ready and willing to publish sales of pro
duce or merchandise that aro glvou to
mo by my patrons in good faith, but
shall always expect that, should occa
sion retire It any.sale reported will bear
the test or Investigation, as to whether
'the goods and prices Wore as represented.
Yours Respectfully, ,
. Editor Cairo rrlno Current.
A number of boys, aome of them ,Iargo
enough to be amenable to the law, con
gregate almost'overy night, in a vacaht
house on 27th 'street,- and dttturb; tho
hole nojghbbrhopd by their whooping,
holloaing and their noisy t (tempos. tra:
lions. W fetvo these young" .roWdles
timely notjeo that If thelruprparlous con
vocations ars continued, the police will
light down on thera.Hqmeof; theso nights 1
ami carry tueta off to the caiaopose.
i i ii..- i iii' -
Mr, John Q. Harinan, acqpmpauled by
W. J. Nv"ltou, left for New Orleans, yes
terday evening,' 6a board tuo steamer
Olive llrajicly lltHi hopes "the trip will
contribute to the upbuilding of his
u is -ireiitiniiiv kiiuiii. r-
has lc'ei jgrlolmpedqxecal
1 1 1 V J 1 1 l IIOi
Polle Basttsessu- T
Mary Simons was brought up before
'Squire Bryss this morning on a chargo
of vagrancy. Preferring Shanncssy's
Justice shd took a chango of venuo to
that gentleman, and, as tho sequel
shows, probably gained nothing by tho
chance. She is now in tho calaboose
entering upon a confinement of sixteen
George llees, a colored chap, was ar
rested for stealing a carpet sack from
ono of our wharfboats. The sack con
tained a pair of boots, pair of pants, and
a shirt, the total valued nt $11 25. Own
or unknown. Itces plead guilty, and bo
ing unable to give bail in tho sum of
3100 was sent to jail.
The advertisement of E. H. Oswald
& Co., speaks of tlio,recelpt of a fine and
l ... . 1 t- ...111!..
unuasuaiiy attractive tnoonoi juunnury
and straw goods, dress trlmlncs and but
tons, nnd the thousand other things that
constitute a first claw millinery estab
lishment. The ladies, of courso,wl!l, as
tho proper Reason has1 arrived, call on
Messrs. E. IL O fc Co., for supplies from
the now stock. Tho display Is really
captivating, showing many novelties in
troduced into tho Cairo market for tho
Parker & Phlllls have .formed a co
partnership for tho transaction of a com
mission, forwarding and goner.il produce
business, and mako tho fact known
through our advertising columns. Old
citizens of Cairo, correct business men of
the highest commercial Integrity, thoy
command the confidence of all who
know them, and will unquestionable,
share largly of tho business in their lino
transacted In tho city. Our country
friends can correspond with no house
moroprompt or reliable than that of Par
ker & Philllst
SoUre to Mloclihaldtrs.
Otic of thatyutBwestern. Insurance Co.
.Clro Ills, ArrrH ItlK9.
At a special meeting of tho board of
dlreolors, held ob Saturday March 27th,
, a meeting of th,e stockholders' of said
company, was ordered to bo held at their
ofllc'o In Cairo pa Saturday April 3d tot
tho transaction of stockholder business'.'
' J as. B. Heard en, Sod '
Go to Elliot & Haythoru's if you want
to buy boots and shoes for yoursolf or
family. They make tho boot and shoe
buMness a specialty, and sell a sufficient
quantity to enable them to dlvido their
profits with their customers. They
havo the largest and greatest variety
of stock in tho city, and will bo sure to
havo on hand, at satisfactory prices, tho
very articles you want. It
for tli at Ilnnnt
Two u'rloek, I. M
IlolU MoinHliU, Mtnprif;
LouUUnn, Cincinnati ;
Arkn. Ark. rltrr;
irft irniiiic, u.
rin. Amlprnon. Colum.; Wm. White. I'ailueiili:
Arkna, si. Iuii ; CumlKrlnn'l, KruniTille ;
Itulilfon.M. Iiiinj Olltellranch, N. O.J
Hct'iibli', Bt. I.miK i I.ounlnna, N. O. ;
' llclle Mf inrlin, tit. Lou).
Wo were visitetl by a very heavy storm
of rain this morning, which lasted from
2 o'clock until after daylight. At presont
writing the clouds are clearing nway,
'and wo havo reason to think tho storm
has entirely spent itself.
Tho Ohio Is coming up very rapidly nt
all point, with sixteen feet In the chan
nel at Pittsburg, and the same depth in
the pass over tho.falis.- u r
The Mississippi ia also swelling at ,SU
Louis' and above, with good water to
. Hero tho river has risen a foot in tho
'past t we nty-four hours.
The Wm. Whlto brought S3 hhds to
bacco for tho I. C. railroad, and a few
lots of sundries for other points.
The Cumberland had a light trip for
the city, and 113 pkgs woodwork for St.
The Republic brought for Chicago 043
bxs sugar, 32 bbls molasses, CO bbls pota
toes and a few small lots. Her principal
Items for St. Louts are: 225 hhds and
1,370 bxs sugar, 760 bxs oranges, 2,2G2
sks salt, 38 bales cotton, 290 bxs glass
and lll cases'plckles.
Tho Wm. White, Capt. Northern, is
the regular Cairo and Paducah packet
Tho Armada, Capt Gus Dusouchot, is
tbe regular Cairo and Evnnsvlllo packet
Tho Tyrone Capt. Tom Harmon is the
packet for Nashville this evening.
Tho City of Cairo, Mallu master Is tho
packet for Memphis this evening.
The- Vloksburg 'Times' of Saturday
says: "Mr. O'Nell. of thq Salvor :Wreck-
iuc company, tells us that tho work of
l- 7.. .7. .!W . .'u '
i. getting out tneatuin's cargn is progress
ing: with success., between lour ana nve
hundred barMs of flouraud a number of
barrels of uo.rkJiavlng been takln out
Ho thinks two-thirds of, the flour will be
saved." - ' .
The lato fire atSt'L'buls fell heavily ou
Pittsburg -insurance companies, their
losses aggregating $70,000.
Tho Mlamisburg (Ohio) 'Bulletin' has
the following lurid paragraph : For tho
information of tbe centleman who gleans
ifagots In our wood shed after night, we
nvcvu kimv in. I u tuubinuivu w. i. ini(,u
load of excellent hickory wood, which
wo propose to watch, occasionally, armed
wite a shot gun, loaded with broken
glass and gimlets. As a precautionary
measure, uajuggestjobo' Individual
afprcsiiid'tliat he wear a skillet In the
seat of hlttbrbactiea on futiirii bccailcms
wljen he may deem it .prudont to visit
our promises; and that wood taken from
is used, as several sticks hnyo been pro-
i pareu wu
i 1 ' i
ared wltirKucomponud which, wlien
J need iipouUo,firo,wlll gotupaujMrth-
qufiko In muc
in less umo man tuo; mtlH
, lu Jiaat unncaslilrc, lihjiiiind, ,tuo aUKassi
among the cotton operative is veryi gxelt;'
and emigration clubs are being fbrmea. At
Binckburn, out of a million and & half spln
les, half a million are entirely stopped, and
another million nre on short Ime, Of: ,lie
forry-rtvethonsandloom J6n ilibwand arc
critfrely stopp'e'd arid twelve thousand are
on short time. . '
- - - 1 1
! Thsr'J arT 'nt rroient inltho State of Illfnoli'
eichty-sovon wool carding mills, and on
hundred and thirty-thrco manufactorm of,
woolens, with a capital of $3,000,000 invested,
in buildings and machinery, . and employing;
3,400 oporators, ono louriu p$ wnoui aro wo
men, and consuming, annually 4,000,000
lbs..' of tho 7.000.000 lb, of wool dinned from
dver 2.C00.00O sheen. ' Ttio investment, of
capital in manufactures Jsatcadily incrsasing.
Al an Oakland. O., hotel, recently, a
stronpsnioll of irai was-discovered issuinc
from tuo room or a onuai pariy sronv ai i
countrv. Admission beine demandod to put
. ?. y ...... . n ,LT
out tho gas, tho rural swnui roplidd that',ha"
"Ulcw It out, anu men mo uarnu tiling smeu
so uaa that lie put JUs stocking over it.
uroonough, thoro was tho stocking' drawn
over tho burner nnd tied' down with a shoe
string. NATIONAL BANKS.
rtlTY NATIONAL HANK.
W. P. IIAI.MDAY, Prcilitenti
A. II. HAKFOUI), Cnihlcri 1 . '
WALTER IIVSLOP, Amlitnul Caililer.
Dlrrclort. " ' "
P. fiTATTS TATLOlt. I W. 1. IIAI.I.f DAT.'
eCOTT W1IITK, IIOI1T. llCUNNlNOnAM,
UtM.ll, Wll.lilA.'ll.'iU?), STKl'llK.-M ItlllU,
A. II. HAKKOHU.
Exchange, Coin, and United States Bonds
Bought ana Mold.
DtporitM Jteectved, and a General Banking
II E FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IIUICO, I nOBT.W.MUiUl
I'renlilpnl. I VIco-I'rMldeiu
C. N. IIUOIIKS, Oulilcr.
Collections Promptly Attended to.
Exchange, Coin, UbuIc Note and V Ml led
33ousj;lxt Ajsaca Sold. "
Iiiiercst Allowed on Timo Deposits
UN TLOWKR JIILLIAltD SALOON'
Olxlo Lovoo, i
Is furnUlioil with tho latest styles of Tttci, and.lho
trupillcd with tho molt excellent liquor.
lnjircadcvtrydsy tt5n.m.ndl0p,m. deetltf 1
This popular nloco hvi bceume tho restrt of all lor
crs of good HKKIt, u notio but tho best '
19 Alaxt XjouIss ZkXA.lsco
J.Vei'tl.y- JOHN KCIIERL, .
Uiihth it., bet. Com. and Wash. Atenues.
dec21dtf CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN HYLANB'S SALOON
Is supplied with alt kinds of
llecr, Ale, Ac,
Commercial avenue, bet. Ninth ami Tenth street.
The thirsty, who love good liquors, should giro him
avail, and thntowho wish to puff a fragrant cigar can
luia their want supplied at his bar.
OODI AVOODI 1
J. y TUHNER
Is prepared to furnish
Good Sard Wood
At prlcos wjilch defy competition, and also to
Deliver lu ny part of tho City,
On tho shortest notice
Iavo orders on slates at liulen's grocery, Loner
gan's feed store, and Woods and Hooch's grocery.
JADIES' IIAIH DRESSING.
MBS. ADDIE BUCK
Wishes to Inform the publlo that the haa a
Ladle' Hulr Drctslnr; Sl
On Commercial avenue, between Ninth and lenth
streets, bho also manufactures Carl, Rwltelsef .
Wateh-CSuarda, Kar-Illog, BraeaUU, and
all kinds of Hair Jewelry.
Idle may have thoeomblngs of their bair manu
factured lu any doslrablo style. JanUdtf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
33oot and etlxoo XadCJai.Mr
Twentieth street, between Washington arid
(Nearly opposite tlio Court Houso,)
Keepi a splendid Hook of tho bent material, and good
workmen, and can till orders on short notice.
Mending donq neatly and cheaply. rtrouag o
Triiited at tbo o.llco of (ho Cairo Bulletin.
l .1 I
.i.i-l COTTOSf OAItDS,
.. COPFEE MILLS,
4SCI, . SUc, fiCt ',; 'i .
Tho Wstm the market qt all ItlnJs solid, morablo,
WJIOII,S,lT,j: AND ItETAIX,
P1TCUU11 i: IlKNItY,
IBB Commercial Avenue, rorncr Twrlfth street,
mnrBJlf CAIltO, Ilil.lNolH.
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
,riAHh L. THOMAS,
SIGN AND OltXAML'XTAL I'AIXTER,
Bhois-South-ottit corner of Klghtli street Rnd Com
incfclnlavi'iiuoiip pllrx), .
S. I). AYEKM.
e. J. ATEHS.
YifltS & CO.,
a o m miss io A' .if i: it on a n ts
No. 133 Ohio Levee, CAIKO, ILL.
JJYAS T. l'AHKElt,
(gweceisor to Pnrkcr Si Phillip,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Ami dealer In
Hay, Corn, OiiIm ami Ilran,
A'o. 72 Ohio Levee,
Om-lr-o - - - Xlllxxolts
JgAINT OHAKLKS HOTKL,
THE ST. CHAWiES HOTEL,
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cain
Is now In tbe most iinexcentlonatlo order for gnesU
luring undergone) n
.The past Bummer.
s, 0a OO 3?or XM.3r
Baggage Carried to and from the I late 1
free of Charge.
Day Hoard, Ticeniy-Fice Dollars per month
JEWETC WILCOX A CO.,
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
I p D. WI LLIAMSON,
w jiuju Jtir a Jii- " v '
PRODUCB AND COMMISSION
,2Vt XI H. O H jOl. 3X T,
Nck 70 Ohio Letee, Cairo, 111.
i Snoclol Attention Klven to consignment and filling
'orders. r dcoSl'CWU
fiTAPrE AMIFAVf'V filtOPKItlfN.
iprstvltileiiH, Protliicc, Coal Oil, Vc
154 CzamrrciolroiMf, Ctro, III,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
(Successor to John Q. llsrmsn A Co.,)
BEAL ESTATE AGENT
ATJOT IOW JD XI H..
Buys and sells Iteal Imitate, pay T.xs, furnlshe
Abttraclsof Title, and rreparoa Conveyancca of all
inds. 0ce, No. Ktd floor) Ohio Levo. uiarlStf
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
H ALLEY'S Oil ART 11 OAK
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron
tT O 33 3Q X 3NT Or
No. 100 WASHINGTON A VENUE,
(Above the Market llouse.)
Roofing, Guttering, Spouting and Steamboat Work
done in a neat and substantial manner, at short no
TO OBTAIN IT 00 TO
BEEBWABT, ORTII & CO'S
And purehaso tho leading
0tove or tho w o js t
A good variety of Cooking and Heating Stoves al
ways on band. Also a compicta assortment or
Tlaware, Hollow-Ware, 4cc, Ac.
Manufacturers of Guttering and Itoofing.
Our snoMo la Qulok Pales and Small ProfltJ.
SMTtlatiataction guaranteed in etery instance.!
MimjAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION
' Peoria, Illinois.
The First and Hest Institution 0 the Kind in
fA United States.
Weeklr Benefit from W to 110 In ease of sickness.
Everyman or Female of Healthy Constitution can b
This Institution U legally Incorporated under th
lawaof Illinois. For l-fjjf,
decJJdtf aeneral Agent fort3Uto of Ullnols.