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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1883.
Treasurer T. 3. Kertb.
( I. ra Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor-Wot. U. OIlWl.
marshal L. H. Mi-yers,
Miorimjr VWlliem Hendricks.
BOihl) Uf ALDtKMtM
f,u Ward-Wro. IfcHslo. T. M. KlinbroogB.
dur.oii l Wsrd-Jeaee Hinkle.C. M. Uagbes. -
Thlr.l Werd-B. K, lilmh. Jobii Wood.
Fonrtb Ward-Cbariei O. Patter, Ado.pU "
"In'i'b Ward-T. W. Halllday. Krcwl B. Pettll.
Orfiill Judge I). J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. irviu.
County Judge K. rt locum
County Clerk-H. J. Ha mm.
I'uunly Attorney-J. M. Deiurou.
County Treasurer miles W, ParKr.
rluutlll Johu Hodges.
Coroner-H. Fllatiuraltt . u.tiM..
County Coramlesloners-T. W Halllday.
Ulbbs and Peter Wenp. "
OURO BVPriir. Corner rnta and Poplar
,arh montt jl a. m. .rdTSM ?. iprfySr1u m
C. Davenport, H T. Beciol.
I JKCT MISSIONARY HAPTIHT VMM--
Kr.Hctt s.hool at T:10 p. n Rv- r. J. Hoorea.
I filiEKAN-lHru-mth Hl; services Sal.
I j i.illi 1 : a m. : Hnndey school 2p.m. Hv
fciisppe. p' if
MRTUtI)lHT- "l Bigbtl' d Weu.ut i ret
Pr-scM"? Hsbhath U:'i m P- m
.M,irla) cli-if "P " Uv. J. A.Sr.rrHi,
I J i ' K " II Y T K H M N Klghth su : presetting "6
1 f.hiaib al ll:0 a. m and 7:'P- "! h1!
wtmg W.-dndey t 7:) p.m.; Sunday Hchoo)
it ii m. Kev P V. 'ieoue, pastor.
Cl.JwkPMi -.Roman "''Vma'
aud Walnut streets; services Sabhatb 10. m.
t.; gnaday school at p. ru. ; Vsp" 3 p. m. ; sr
isvrry day ate a. m. ICov 0 Hara. 1 rleat.
CT PATKIf K H-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street aud Washington aveuae; services Bab
oaib and 1 a. m.; Vespere 3 p. m. ; Sunday School
t p. to. services every day at a m. Pet. MaafrHon
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K K.
t Ac com dallon.ll :1') am
C. ST. L. & '. O. K.
Ac'modatlou S:M'p in I
ST. L.4 0. K. U
Express 11.10 a. m
AccimdatloB ..4:15 p m
B. (Jackson Koutel
Express Kcma m
(Narrow Gauge )
1 eEipaa -J P-B
Accona'dfttton 11:40 am
UT 1 IV
4 8. K. R
tExprcjn 10:.Vtp.m tKipreea 2:3' ro
WAHASU. 8T. LOUIS P.MlrTIC K'Y CO.
Mall K.... 5:no vm I Mall Ei.... p.m
pom'datlon4:0)p.m I Accom'dation 10:lt0a.m
Kretht . -7; l"i a.m. I rVWit t-V P
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIOR. R'
MaU i:a. m. I Mail 9M p. m.
LLINOiS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
TkaiNa Liarl Caino:
;Oa a m. Mail.
Arrlrtngtn . Loula :45 a.m. : Cblcago.H 80 p.m.;
Conueci g at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, L iivllle, Indlanapolia and polDta Eat.
11:1 . a.m. Bt. Loulaj and Wtern
Arriving in 8t.LoulT:05l. m., and connerting
for alfpointt Weat.
3:50 p.m. Fimt Kxpreaa.
rnrrt. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. I.onlf.
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:40 a.m.
::50 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpri.
Arriving at flnclunatl 7:00 a.m.; Louiaville :N5
am.; Indianapolis 4:06 a.m. Paanengrn by
thia train reach the above polnta la to 30
Uul'ltH in advance of any other route.
tV-TheS:W p. m. eipreea hai PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changea, and through aleepera to St. tont and
Fast Time tatt.
PilUdOIKrPI'U hythltllne go through to Kt.
J ttSScIll;cia ra polnta without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10:85. Thirty-ilk houra lu advance of
bt other route,
1 VPor through tickets and further Information,
apply at Ulinot Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H.JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
ftT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
ofAXDArrsit xoxoar, ootober si.
Ekprena and Mall loaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.s at Kast St. Louio Hi
8:'J0p. ra Arrives at Cairo at 4:H5p. m.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. ra and do
parts at 1:00 p. m.
JiJKW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IK THK CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KK 6& CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreetl PjiIrA TH
Whitt other Baking Powdert art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
hae been kept unchanged in all H original
purity and strength. The best vidence of
its eafetf and effectiveneu it the fad of
its dating received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS I PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, IU.( and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
tetanr. l.pll VMM Gmi, Dr. Prl.'. Slel
riti( UlTM., t4 Dr. PrlM't Cal rrfeBM.
JEW Pi "ill AND OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perfected my arrangement to
supply tlio trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Olfrr as Follows : Oysters
Taken From the Shell Here Fresh
m From thfj Oalf.
Havou Cooks 1 H) per 100
' hain'ja 1.24
" Baslna 75
Oysters In b-ilk fri
Oysters standards In cans.. -V) "
Rod Snapper c. per lb
Croklea " "
Sheep Head, Ac " "
Shr'.mos. Lobnttia. era1" and Turtle. ai in season
LIBK1UL DISCOUNT TO THE THADE.
pnoi'RiKion of srnoAT'8 patent
Wholesale Uealer in loo.
ICF. PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?f 'KED FOR 8UIPPINO
Oar Loads n-Specialty.
O F KICK:
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
JjOUIS C. HERBERT,
IL T. GEROULD AND
C. P. NEWLA N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT POMPS FURNISHED AND Pl'T
DP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, OAS FIX
TURES Of all kinds furnished to order, old fixtures ro
bronaed; Jobbing promptly attonded lo. Orders
received al Daniel Uai (.man's or al tbo shop.
COMMERCIAL AVENUB BKTWEKN
NINE I'll AND TENTH STREETS,
Q.EORGE It. LEACH, M. I).
Physician and Surgeon.
Spoctal attetitlon puld to the Homeopnthlc treat -mentor
surgical diseases, and diseases of woman
Oinco: un Mth street, oppnslto tho Post OfWce,
J)U. J. E. STRONG,
128 Conuneri'lal Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. O. JOCFLYN,
OFPICK-Klghth Street, near Oomnerclal Avsnne
J)R. E W. WniTLOCK,
t)rwi-No. 1M Commercial Avsmne, between
Blkft and Ninth Strseu
W. F Lanhdim, river editor of I'm Rullztiw
aud sieamboat passenger agtnt. Orders for all
kinds of steam boat Job pruning solicited. Office
s Bower's European iiotel. No. U Oblo levee.
eTAClEg OP TUB KIVElt.
The river marked by tho gauge last
evening at this port, 39 feet ami 8
inches and futlincr.
Cincinnati, Feb. 2 (1 p. m. River 88
feet 1 inchea and falling.
Pittsburgh, Feb. 26 p.m River 7 feot
8 Inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 20 p. m. River 11
feet 0 inches and falling.
Naahville, Feb. 2 p.m. River 18 feet
11 inches and rising.
8t. Louis, Feb. 2-0 p. m. River 0 feet
6 inches aud rising.
Tbe Will 3. Hayt, tua fastest and onof .
the finest b tats that lands at Cairo, is due
here to-day frtm Cincinnati for New Or
leans. Copt. W. C. Tichenor is master of
the Hays, and all who travel with bim on
bis floating palace will be delightod with
the boat as well as her officers. Her des
tination is New Orleans.
The crowds of men which were parsing
through heTe in November, Doceinber and
January going south to work on the levees,
have commenced returning already. Every
boat from below for the past four or five
days bring up from 25 to 30 on their wsy
The AndyBdum fiom j.Memplm arrived
last night at 10 o'clock. She bad a glo.
riou. trip. Capt. Wash Thompson was in
command and Al Bennet, the light-weight
blonde, as chief clerk ornimcuted the of
The Gus Fowler from Paducab will re
port hereon time this afternoon, connecting
with trains going north, south, eut and
west. Leaving here on hnr return trip at
An elegant double case, lady's gold
w atch set with diamonds will be raffled off
at Charley Bower's European Iiotel to
night. Go and get a chance for your
Capt. G. H. Smith, height and passen
ger ag't of the Cairo and St. Louis narrow
gauge R- R., arrived here from St. Louis
last evening on business. He returns tbia
Tho Vint Shinkle, noted for punctuality
of time, ia due here this morning from Cin
cinnati for Memphis. Capt. M. M. Deem
in command and Col. J. D. Moore in tbe
The B.S. Rhea from Nashville will ar-
rive hero to morrow eight and leave here
Monday morning at 11 o'clock on her re
The Emma Ethridge left here last even
ing for Memphis. Bud Smedley at tbe
wheel and Hen. Ilezlep in the engine
The U. P. Schenck left Cincinnati Wed
nesday with the Hays for New Orleans and
is due hero this evening.
The Golden Rule is on her way up from
New Orleans for Cincinnati aud is due
Yesterday the weather was mild and
pleasant but what u will be to-day no man
There is plenty of freight here for the
Hays and Schenck, both.
The Cons Millar leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati.
The towboat John Dippold is getting a
trip for Now Orleans.
Business on the wharf yesterday below
A young girl in Philadelphia who for
three years baa been a patient sufferer with
sore-throat, has been effectually cured by
TDr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Bismarck is sick abed.
The Newhall house inquest is concluded.
The debt reduction for January was $13,
638,883. The public debt, loan cash in tream v, I
Tbe president Iibs approved tho censua
The dato for tbo Czar's coronation in now
fixed for May 2?th.
Gov. Cullom gave his farewell reception
at Springfield Thursday night.
The Minuoaota logialature elected Sahin
to tbo Uuitod States.
A fund is being raised in London to
defend to Dublin prisoners charged with
oonspirtcy to murder.
The Illinois senate Thursday passed the
bill to repeal tbo section of law rotating to
tbe entering of judgment by confession.
After a long discussion tho house rofei rod
to the judiciary committoo the senate reso
lution calling on congress to ropoat the law
allowing indifcrlmlnato removal of cases
from state to federal courts.
Judge Filley, of Pittsfleld, Mas., was
cured of rheumatism by St. Jsoobe Oil,
I ETTER LIST.
LI8T Ot LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
lTOK IN TUB POSTOmCB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1883.
Arbor, Hanncr, Alexander, Carolina
Anderson, MUley Bassett, Edwin
Baawell, Annie Barnes, Molley
C'eley, Dora Day, Jessie
Douglas, Wilson Duuwood, Susie
Drury, Salley (col) Delt, Harriet
Edward, Mattie Kich, Ella
Fears, Mattie Ford, Mamie A
Orooe, Delia Grogan, Minnie
HayB, N A Uauielton, Clarey
Ilightuwer, Bettey Hollingsworth Alico
Ilensley, Mattie Huffman, L'dley
Howie, Agnes A Hamelton, Belle
Uurd, Larber Ible, Email
JarlKie, Mary A Jones, Annie
Moore, Lucreaaa Moss, Miueivey
Markle.J A Mercy, Victoria
Mahone, Mary McLouh!in, Maggie
Miller, Lucy Newton, Hannah
Keren, 8 ' Payne, Netisy...
Parker, Mattie Powell, Ellis
Parte, C A Porter, Frankie
Ross, E Sledd, Emma
Smith, Bettie Stanley, Carolina
SliBnar, Maggie Valentioe, llen
Williams, Jus Walsh, Lizzie
Atcber, G E Anderson, Ira
By ere, W R Bates, Stephen
Bcnbam, R R Burris, Joseph
Briflgds, S I) Bibbee, Elijah
Ball, J Uts, Alec
Caaey, Win t'ornall, Willie
Crutcbrk-Id, Chatles Crouch, Marshal
Coadey, Thotms Clark, Dr Ja mes
Commins, J W Dammon, F F
Clair, H Douglas, John
Deck, Jacob Fink, J M
DodtiOQ, E W Fleemings, Eouis
Featherhurst John G trdener, Joseph
Ghamer, Jacob Gantheria, Frank
Gaden, Sheimaii Harris, Rev John
Hoffman, James Hoi linn, James
Harsh, Geo Hamelton, Edward
Uigbey, Charles Harvey, David
James, W Justice, W V
Johnson, Moten Kamteman, David
Krotzen, David W Ligan, R D
Lipp, George LafFonn, Dempwy
Levett, John Mobatt, Wm
Mack.F Pollock, PG
Porter, J II Peavey, W
Reader, Tom Ron, F
Robertson, Wm Rapp, Christ
Rusex, August Stroud, W P
Smith, William Stoart, W
Smith, Johnny Schroder, Henery
Sarbin, Gilbert Spratt, C M F
Sumpter, Arthur Temple, J. M
White, Phillip Waugh, John W
Walsh & Payton Zimmerman, Honrey
Persons calling for the above mentioned
wiU please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, Postmaster.
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want toincrease your business
If you w-mt to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below Oth, three lots
8, 9 and 10 block 15, 25 by 20 each, mak
iog 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bulletin
Battle Cheek, Mich., Jm. 31,1879.
Gentlemen Having beenafllictod for a
number of years with indigestion and gen
eral debility, by the advict1 of my doctor I
used Hop Bitters, and must suy they afford
ed me almost instant relief. I am glad to
be able to testify in their behalf.
Taos. G. Knox.
The Battle of the Books.
Aldon, of "Literary Revolution" memory,
is raising again tbe hopes and enthusiasm
of those who delight in books. A few
months ago bis enemies thought, and his
friends feared, that his enterprise had met
with irretrievable overthrow; but here bo
is again with "a larger catalogue, of better
books, at lower prices than ever before."
His semi-weekly Elzevir Magazine is cer
tainly a most unique, charming, and mar-
velously cheap collection of gems of litera
ture. It gives, for instance, Tennyson's
"Enoch Arden," Wilson's "The Sua Ser
pents of Science," Farrnr's "The Burning
Home," Irving's "Rip van Winkle,"
Goldsmith's "The Deserted Village, and
the Traveller," each complete, for only two
cunts; a "Life of Washington Irviu," by tho
poet R. II. Stoddard, for 8 cents; Buuyan's
"Pilgrim's Progress," complete, finely illus
trator!, for ten cents; and numerous others
hire in character aud in price. If you
think it incredible, send a postal card and a
specimen copy will be scut you free. His
monthly magnzino, Choico Literature, at
25 cents a year, contains tho choicest se
lections from tho foreign magazines aud
reviews, in amount nearly as much as thu
ono of the four-dollar magazires, aud it is
punted in excellent stylo; a copy of this
also will be sent free upon application. Be
sides numerous other publications, ho is
Issuing a series of cyclopedias, each de
voted to a special subject, such as Cyclo
pedias, of History, Biogrsphy, Poetry, Fic
tion, Religious Literature, Choice Prose,
Wit aud Humor, etc; of these ho hai some
thing ovor thirty volumes ready for delivery
and many others to follow soou. Speci
mens received at this oUlco show excellent
workmanship in every respect; much su
perior to the average of the publlcktions
of tho American Book Exchango. Ho wants
a club agent In every neighborhood, and
will tend dialogues with large induce
ments free on request. Address John B.
Aided, Publisher, 18 Vesey street, New
health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown1 Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. a6, iBSi.
Gentlemen : I have suffered with
pain in my side and back, and great
soreness on my bread, with snoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakneaa, depre.
eion of spirits, and lose of appe
tite. I have taken aeveral different
medicines, and waa treated by prom.
Inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, and spleen, but I (jot no relief.
I thought I would try Brown's Iron
Bitters; I have now taken one boule
and a half and am about well pain
in side and back all gone soreness
all out of my breast, and 1 have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and flesh. It can justly be
Called thetinfqf mtdicuui.
John K. Aiuhce.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alccholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
Shop on Ha'lldny Avenue, between r,iurth and
Htxth Slruets, Cairo, Illinois. -
CsVAIl l''dr light and heavy blacksmithing,
wa;u' . r , .(. work dono In the mortwoik
manllku U1.1.1UU1 . Horse-shoeing a specialty and
satlfactton guarai teed.
at and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial list of articlos and prices,
Small Pafes, - - $3 56 to $3 75
Cupboard, - 5 00 to 5 60
Cane Chairs, - - 5 00 a set.
Breakfast Tables, 2 25 to 2 60
Sofas, - - - 0 00 to 6 50
Red Lounges, 11 00
Carpets, - 19c to4-5cper yd.
Wardrobes, - - 7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cauo Rocker for 75c, large size.
And a'l other fJon'ehold ami Kitchen Furnl-
tllm al prtmn tipnnnrtinn U'rt h.vtt itu Immnna
siock of all kinds and must sell.
II. J. IIINSON,
Cor. IQth Bt. fc Wahlngto Ave,
Manufacturer and Dealer In-
Ath 8 tree,, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Safes R laired All Kind, of Kv Made.
OA! HO, lu.lrvote.
DIAI.SKS I as
KLOl'H GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid M Wheat.
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will soli any of Its remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre less than the present pnca, from Ihla
time until the ttn-t day of Onober. 1hk4. Alter
that date the present prices will be restored. All
who desire t purchase should avail thuniwlves of
this liberal offer si once. I". DAUOY,
Foi partlcuiarn Inqulro of
M. UASTKKDAY ACn
Ayts. for 1, V. 11. K. Lands,
Notice To Contractors.
C'ITT Cl.tKK'S Of HCE, I
Caiiui, li.t...Jsn'y Kth, ltms. (
SesUd propoeals will bn received at this ultlce,
directed to the City Council of the City cf lairo
until meeting of the City Council, 'I ueaday evening,
February Hill, 1KJ. Ii r furn'tihlngthe material and
dnti g the work, or doing tho work necessary for
tbe construction of Un- following sidewalk, to bn
const neted of wood, viz: On the southerly side
of Elbih slre t, between Hnllroad Htreet and Ohio
Levee, being Ho feet in length, as provided by
Ordinance No. 1)2. anproved August 11 h, A. I.
im, which Is on tile in this office aud subject to
examination at any tin e.
A good aud sufficient bond for twice the amount
most accompany all propositions. Tbe right to
reject any and all bids leserved by the city.
U J. foisr, City Clerk.
bSBbSMK.Nl' NOTIC E.
Notice Is hereby given to a'l persons Interested,
that tbo Cltv Council of (be Citvol Cairo. II Inols.
having ordered as set fori b In Ordinance So. 91
section!. That the lo lowing sidewalks no con
structed of wood, viz: u the ronth side of
KlRhth Street, between Railroad Mro t and Oiilo
Levee, Md? one hundred and forty-five feet In
length; have uppllul to the ConntyCour of A'eran
der I onnty for an ssesnieut of tbe costs t paid
improvements sci'or'lliiir to benefits, and an ahspps
nient thereof hiving beon made and returned to
said Court Iho tlual hvtrlnz thereon will he Iia1 ut
tnu .Marrn Term ol stld Court, com menclng un t e
si-cnnu .iionnnv or iismi.
All persons desirluu may then mid llture appear
snd make defense,
N. A. DKVOKK. 1
1. J G ALLK1AN, Coir mUsloners.
M. BASTHllDAY, j
Cairo, January '.'I, ltM
ORTOAOEK'8 SAL P.
Notice is hereby glvi u that defau't having been
made lor more ilian sixty days In the pavni' nt o.'
a portion of the amount secured to be paid by a cer
tain mortgage executed by Koasnna I nrcuran mid
Patrick II. Lorcoran to Hamuel Kiaats Taylor and
Edwin I'aisons. Trusiees of the Ca ro Citv Prop
erty, dated August nd, 1ATS, and recorded In the
recorder's olll e, In and for Alexander County. 1n
the State of Illinois, in hook 4 of Deed, pai;e ,V4,
assigned to Char is i'arsone, irimee. and by Mm
assigned to tie uuderslned, the amount i, In
debtedness sa'd mortgage waa given to secure be
ing $I5H with Interest at " per cent , per annum and
the amotiut now due and pHvnble belug 4M, prin
elpal and Interent thereon from sa:d August Und,
16n, we, the nuilerslgi 1, said assignees will
on Sat'inUy the 10 h day of March ncit.
1HS3. at 10 o'tlo k In the forenoon of
that dav, under and by vlrt'ie of the power of
sale coi.talno'l lu n .id mortgage, sl! ai piib 1c auc
tion, to the highest bidder, for car h, at the oftice
building of said assignees corner of Van
fngton ar.'tiue and Isih a'reet. In said City
of Cairo, In Alexander County and Suite of Illi
nois, all tho right, title ami Interest of said Ko-an-na
Corcoran and Patrick fl Corcoran or their as
signs, In and lo lot nn inhered 17 (sevenl'en), In
block numbered 8(e iihi), in the First Addition to
the City of Cairo, in said county and state, accord
ing to the recorded plat ol said addition, with ill
appurtenances, to satisfy the purposes and condi
tion of said mortg ice.
8. 8TAATS TAYLOR,
Trustees of the Cairo Tni"t. Property,
rated Cairo, ill., Kebmary Snd, 11.
Notice Is hereby given that default having been
made for more Ihan sixty days In the payment of a
portion of the amomii secured to he paid by a cer
tain mortgage executed bv Poler Young to Samuel
Staats Taylor and Kdwin Parsons. trnuesof tbe
Cairo City Property, dated October l."th, 187:1, and
recorded la th- recorder's oftVe lu and for A'exan
der County, In the Stale of Illinois, In bokt of
Deeds, on page 5M, assigned to Charles Parsons,
trustee, and by him assigned to the undesigned,
the amount of Indebtriln- ss said mortgage waa
given to secure being Jl the smouut now due
and payable being l. principal and iuterest,
we. the un- durslgncd, the raid assignees wil on
Saturday, tlie 1th day el March next, A. I). lfcCi,
at 10 o'clock In the forenoou of that day, undr
aud by virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, sell at DUlillc aaction to the hit-best bid
der for cash, at the ofllre building ot said
assignees, at corner of Washington avenue and
IWth streel. In said Cltv of Cairo, in AUxander
Conntyand Htalo of Illinois, all the right, title
arn interest or sam I'eter 1 oiiug or his assigns, In
and to lot number d 27, In b ock numbered 22, In
tho First Addition to said City of Cairo, In said
couutv or Alcian ier and state or Illinois, accord
ing to the recordnd plat thereof, with the appur
tenances to satisfy the purposes and condition of
said mortgage. is. b I'AAl TAYLOR,
EDWIN PAR NS,
Trustees of the Cairo Trnst Property,
Dated Cairo, 111., February 2nd, 188:).
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