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THE ILLINOIS PRESS ASSOGlk
. Tho editor of tho Uloomlngton 'Leader'
learns from E. H. Griggs, esq., editor of
tho Rockfonl 'Register' and president of
tho Illinois press association, that tho
next meeting of tho association will take
placo In Cairo on Wednesday, tho 21ftt
day of April.
This Is dollnlto and declslvo, and citi
zens interested far tho proper ontcrtaln
moat of tho association, uhould procood
without much further delay to tho work
Tho meeting last year was hold in Pe
oria, and the citizens of that place gavo
their guests a cordial reception and
splendid entertainment. Tho result was,
at least ouo hundred nowspaners were
noon thereafter teeming with praises of
tho liberality, hospitality and gentility
of the raalu portion of Peoria, and tho
lienuty, grace, intelligence and charms
of tho female portion. Tho business of
the city, its advantages and surround
ings wero widely advertised, and given
a notoriety they might not otherwise
have obtained in a century.
What we need toacculerato the growth
of Cairo is a llko notoriety a truthful
showing of tho wonderful commercial
advantages of tho locality; tho'lnducc
ments It presents for tho establishment
of tho various manufacturing Interests.
that ordinarily succeed in tho west and
souHi; tho claims of the surrounding
country upon tho attention of the farmer,
thopomologlfttandHtock-raiser of what
has been done and romalnK to be done
through an employment of all thcfeo fea
tures and characteristic. It Is necessary
that tho old threadbare fttory about
Cairo's poisoned atmosphere and death
dealing swamps, should bo fully ex
ploded, and that tho fact should bo made
widely known that there Is not lir tho
Mississippi valley u more inviting point
for tho industrious man wltn capital or
Through the newspapers that will be
represented here on tho 21st all these
facts can bu placed beforo hundreds of
thousands of people, residing in every
portion of thi Union; and If by our re
ception and entertainment of our guests
wo hIiow ourselves deserving of favora
ble mention, we whall receive our desert
with interest. 13 very dollar wo expend
in that direction will bo roturncd to the
city, increased ten fold, In advertising
that will Jell upon public nitlmitit r.m
Maine to California.
Jct u then, be up and doing, so thnt
when our guests arrive they will discover
that we are not Insensible of tho honor
of tholr presence.
A Washington dispatch says that Sec
retary Itoutwell has concluded to dl
mUa all special agents of tho TreMury.
His reason for It Is that he knows not
which are honest and which are not,
and ho believes an Investigation, after
thodlumhwalof all, will provo tho ones
really worthy of trusts
Tho legislature of Michigan has passed
righteous law to prevent tho careless
use of ilroarms. A playful ponton, who
lutenlloually points firearms at his fel-Iow-man,
can bo lined fifty dollars; and
when he kills or malms a friend ho can
go to tho ponltentiary for not less than
Throe men had an altorcatlon about a
claim in Howard county, southern Kan
sas, last week, which resulted in tho
death of all three. Two of them at
tacked tho third for Jumplne the claim,
nnd wero shot and killed by him, and
tho latterolso received wounda In tlte
moleo which proved fatal soon alter.
The cltlzon's reform convention In
Cincinnati Wednesday, nominated Chan.
Thomas, doinocrat, for mayor, andjmlgo
Taft, already nominated on tho repulm
cad ticket, for Judge of tho Superior
court. Tho othor nominations, with two
exceptions, wore democrats.
A young married man named Edward
Beat, book keeper in tho piano-forte
warehou-o of H. M. Iligglns, committed
suicide In Chicago Tuesday morning, by
taking an overdose of laudauum. An
examination of his books a fow daya
since, at tho suggestion of some party In
New York, led to tho discovery that ho
had been engaged in some fraudulent
transactions, and this exposition was no
doubt tho cause of his committing sui
cide. At PrlncevlUo, Peoria county. Illinois,
on Monday evening last, J. H. Newklrk,
oh-in-law of J. Parnoll, entered the
houso of his fathor-in-law armed with a
'largo corn knife, and deolared his luton
tlon of murdorlug tho whole family. Ha
first attacked Mr. Parnoll, who was ly.
tng sck at tho time, and horribly muti
lated, him, cutting him badly la the
liead, neok and hand. Finally, yielding
to tho entreaties of the family, he de
slstod, and upon tholr giving up all the
monoy in tho house, ho took a home
from the stablo and wentto Peoria. His
nppearanco thoro bolng Busplolous, he
was arrested by the police, aud a party
of men arriving from PriuceYlUe In
flparch of him, ho was sent to jail to
.await tho result of ParnelPs wounds'.
A trout weighing ten aud one-half
pounds has been caught In Goorgla.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU.
Prom the Paducah Kentucklon.)
Tho Cairo ''Bulletin' dislikes very
much to have his town called a froir
pond. Well if tho 'Kontuckian' at any
time was so rude the provocation must
have been very great. Wo. now mako
the amende and say wo do not think it
exactly a frog pond but something like
ono about six months, in tho year.
Wo rennw our Invitation in nnr frlnti.f
of tho. 'Bulletin' to move up to Paducah
uuu uruiK an r.ue ciover enterprising cit
zens of Cairo, with him, whero they can
livn nn iilo-h land all thn VA9P 1ltlrifl
and not shake themselves to death.
i nis is tne best wo can Uo, and wo In
sist Jt Is evidence of a true philanthropy
to go this far. So como along getitle-
TTlPR.i lp AV vllr IhlAVaa snH In-for a
hind aud we will extend to you tho right
hand of fellowship.
Tho Kentucklan's anxlotv for dornnt
pcoplo to settlo in Paducah Is distress
ing. He even promises them oxemn-
tlon from tho common futo of his fellow-
citizens 1. e. that they shall "not shako
themselvcsio death." Tills nroraiso dl
vesta Paducah of ono of its croatest hor
row; but still, beforo any decent pcoplo
win respond to his appeals ho must
throw out somo assurance on tho score
of "life, liberty and tho pursuit of happi
ness," etc. ThlsdonoItlsaltoKothernrob-
ablo that the 'Kentucklan's' anneals
may reach . somo "clever enterprising
gentleman", who will Incur all tho oth
rlsks of a residence In Paducah, and lo
Wenre notntallsurnrlsed thatthu'Ken-
tucklan's requests that wo leave behind
us'all "Joafers and thlovoa." Tho homo
supply overstocks tho market.
Children don't go to school on Long
Island, for fear of mad dogs.
Hevon per cent, of tho female popula
tion of Dublin aro prostitutes.
A suit of clothes cau be bought In Salt
Lake City for six bushels of oats.
Bcechcr's friends aro to pay six thou
sand dollars to have his statue on tho
Queen Victoria has expended $J,000,-
000 In commemoration of tho prince
8U Louis Is to have a tournament to
decide who is tho "champion euchre
Tho Boston 'Post' says "thu latest dates
ti this city retail for fifteen cents per
Tlllnti'- i.oo- or oowaru jh tutrlbutea
to the loss of ofllolal nilvrll-In nooxa
time since. ,
Henry Ward Beechor auys "a uewspa-
pr Is a window giving men an outlook
Into the world.
Grlnnell. the new collector of the port
of 2ier York, subscribed for one or two
of Graut's houses.
A little girl defined happiness "to feel
m if you wauted to give all your things
to your little sister.
has another chance to pitch
Into the lawyersof congress, If he wants
to, with a certainty or having the laugh
upon them, for tho Senate went and
passed a bill, the other day, allowing tho
Secretary or tuo Treasury to anucipme
the payment of Interest on the public
debt, when there was a statute in force
already allowing that very thing.
Attornev-General Hoar is a Unitarian,
Secretary of the Interior Cox is a Bwe-
lenborglan, SecreUry or the navy uo
in I a Catholic. ex-Secretary of Stato
Washburnelaa Universallst, Secretary
nf Rtatn Flutl (l A Dutch Reformer, OX-
Secretary Stewart Is a Presbyterian, aud
Postmaster General Crcsawell eschews
Cleveland. Ohio. Is proud of a citizen
woman who has had seven husbands
within eight years. Ono was killed lu
tho army aud another in a street fight.
The other five survive, she haviug been
divorced from four or them, iter uaugu
ter has been twice marrlsdand divorced,
and Is now ready to snap up her third
man before her seventeenth birthday
Mr. Gilpin, of Colorado, has wrlttenja
letter to prove that under the Rocky
Mountains are "solid masses of gold of
incalculable magnltudeand weight." He
wants to "erect" a eapaolous hole,
through which some of the masses can
be brought to daylight.
An observant advertising agent says:
"No merchant aver beat the newspapers
outof so enormous an amount of gratui
tous advertudag as Grant's first choice
for Secretary of the Treasury by the
magnificence of bis offer to relinquish
his business which could not be accept
Ono who has "picked broiled snails
out of his pot and eaten hedgehog pie"
with the Quean of the Gipsies, says that
her name is Gltabaluma, and that aho
has' come here to colonize the 12,000
Gipsies who are supposed to be In this
country, upon lands which are already
Whilst the white people are trying to
mako the negro a voter the Indians de
spise him. so muoh that thoy scorn even
to take his scalp.
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL
XjcttoMt toy ToloKx-tt.joli.
MISSISSIPPI LEFT OUT IX THE GOLD
LoBgfltreet a Rebel after all.
HI. Domingo InalsU an AilmlHtloa.
Paittieati ntny build it II rid so If Him Cnn.
Tho Prevlsloaal Uorcrniuriit or .Mlml
Ippl. Tho houso had a long discussion yos
terday on tho bill to establish a provis
ional government In Mississippi, on
which Butler consumed most of tho time
Tho result was that tho whole question
was postponed until December next
Tho ponding bill placed tho control of
tho prepared State appointments in tho
hands of tho carpet baggers, which was
so violently opposed that the-measure
Lousatreal m McImI.
Thoro was a fierce debato again yester
day in tho executive session over tho
nomination of Goneral Longstreot.
Messrs Cameron, Scott, Williams,
Brownlow and others opposed tho con
firmation. No voto was takou. Tho
burden of tho debato against him wns
that ho was a robcl.
A rumor has prevailed generally to
day, that Secretary Fish intends to givo
up tho Stato Department, and accept
the mission to England. Ills friends de
clare, that If Grant adheres to tho list of
foreign appointments which Wnshburno
made out, that Fish will at ouco resign.
Hrldge! HrldKe! Bridge!
Did anybody ever hear of tho Paducah
bridge project? Such a schemo has ac
tually been talked of in Paducah, and
as tho following narauranh shows, in
In the senate, yesterday, Mr Ramsay,
from tho commltteo ou post otllces, re
ported a joint resolution, authorizing tho
building of a railroad bridge over tho
Ph "wat P4dledvYno,,riotfse7-ll
now Ke to the president.
Mure JVegroea want to Coma la.
A Washington dispatch received yes
terday says: The annexation or protec
torate schemo proposed for tho island of
St. Domingo by some parties presenting
themselves hero as envoys of that island,
are still the subject of considerable dis
cussion In political circles, notwithstand
ing the repeated action of tho houso com
mittee on foreign affairs on this question.
It Is afilrmed in circles acquainted with
the so-called negotiations that persons
here claiming to represent St. Domingo,
do not represent the government of that
11 AGO AGE SMASHING.
The carelessness of hotel, railroad and
steamboat porters about tho baggago of
tho traveling publio is ouo or tuoso nui
sances which all havo ondured. Tho Al
bany 'Argus' says that "baggage-smashing"
has received proper attention in
Maine, and that Stato has added to her
penal code a statute making tho "willful
Injury of baggage" a misdemeanor and
providing a penalty or imprisonment ror
ouo year, or a fine of ouo hundred dol
lars on conviction thereof. Our own
Stato would do well to follow tho oxam-
plo of Maine, by euactlug a similar law
which should oover tho destruction of
baggage through carelessness as well as
its willful Injury. Tho professors of
"baggago-smashlng" aro becoming en
tirely too numerous on our railroads.
This thins of having oue's trunk ruined
by being dumped down by somo beastly
norter aud the contents tumbled out for
for the inspection aud appropriation of
the mob. is an Intolerable outrage on
travelers, and the rascals should either
be soundly beaten on tho spot or else
made to pay the damage.
We learn that Mr. Hughitt, the Gener
al Superintendent of the Illinois Central
railroad, is In in our city, for the purpnso
of looking after tho commerco which is
now setting In Chicago aud Wow Or
We welcome among us all such men of
Intelligent enterprise, and hopo our city
aud its Institutions will find favor In their
eyes. N. O. 'Bulletin'.
Gottschalk lias secluded himself mo
montarlly from the world, In a small
hamlet on the banks of tho Rio do la
Plata,' not many miles from Bueuos Ay
res, whore his life Is dovoted to study
and composition. During his absencn
from the United States, ho lias produced
a symphony for orohestra, a triumphal
march; also, a tarantella for piano aud
Several wealthy citizens of Chicago are
proposing to buy a house for General
Sheridan. As his salary is uot more than
$15 000 per annuo), it will be more than
a work of charity to present him with
something to keep him from sullerlng.
A London paper directs the Attention
of play-goers to a sensation scene at tho
Holborn Theater. Thogenulno "thrill",
It Rays is supplied by the following
means: Tho vllllau, a married man,
wants to run off with tho beautiful maid
en of tho piece, and has enttced,ber into
giving him an appointment In a mill
tho outsido of which, with tho mill-head
and stream, are seen ou tho stage Up
this stream, being tho only method of
reaching the mill, swims tho hero of tho
piece, who is in lovo with the villian's
wife. Sho, in turn, Is hastening toward
tho mill, to warn her husband thatoffi
ccrs of tho law aro about to capture him.
The hero clings on to tho mlll-Wheol, is
lifted up and thus enters the building.
Presently tho vllllan and his victim ap
pear on tho projoctlng bit of tho mill,
ntid ho swears thnt if the people attempt
to capture him ho will plungo the maid
en Into tho water. Tho horo comes out
aud seizes him, rescuing tho maiden;
and the vllltan's wifo also appears.
Thu villain, by a singlo turn of the
wrl9t, opehH tho Bliilco,rgate the 'dam
med up waters overflow tho mill rocks
aud sways tho mill wheel sinks light
ning Hashes tho heavens and earth
seem to reel together tho villain Jumps
Into tho rushing and foaming water his
wife falls into hor lover's arms audit as
tho mill itself tumbles to pieces, tho
first comedlun appears, to savo all tho
good people by means of au opportune
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
TheeoDartnorihln heretofore exittW between K.
II. Hen-trick anl J. M. Phillip, under the firm name of
K. II. Henilrlek A Co.. In tlili ilnr diMOlve't. J. M.
t'liiljifn numitw the ntuM d1 fiUItli.cf,ttelte
eonoro, fclllcontmno the wlurfbnnt ml rortrnrdinf;
Luitie unuer mo nrm uaniu 01 j. .11 rnuiip co.
K. II. 1IK.NDHICK,
J. M. PHILLIPS.
Cjlro. Anril 2J, U00.
Thankful for the liberal imtronizo received hretn-
fnrn. I reinctfollyiilleltii eoutlnimnro to'th new
firm of J.JI. I'lnllipt A Co. K. 11. IIKNDHICK.
DISSOLUTION" OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Tim cninrtnemhlp of Doctor IlrlRliatn It Kelc li
ttilnlay UiMolTed by mutual coment. Dr. Keck with,
drawing. All Indebted to ihn nrm are reapectfully re
tmeMrd to fettle with Dr. rtriRham. who will nlto out-
tiiD cuimi asftinu the nrm. 11. . niuuinji,
Dr. llrlcham Invite the rmtronano of all friend of
IlnmeotwthT. p3 8l
rniully Urocoriea. ProvJalema. Y?UMw
. . c... R.w.fl... Cannad FrolU.
etc., alwayi oonaad. Everything puia and frh.
B. E. COR. OK WASU1NOTOV AV. AND TENTH ST.
ut.-.iir iil kaw Ktiil flf Infmnl of the
markeUioue, Saturday morning, at 9 o'clock, aa
TRAW AND ailLLINERY GOODS.
XUS. K. U. OSWALD k CO.,
HatrJiuUrcrlYtHt mi unuiUilly fln an! attractive
a toe 1c of
wiiaiiid Ttllllnrrr flnaiia
Notion. Trimming and Kauey Artlele. kibboni,
lluttou, Howera, eto., all of Iho nr laUat itylM a-
matid, at priee iliatoanoarcalr fall to give attrac
tion. WOKK HAKKEWs infant baket, ana a
lianiliiiocoiircuoii ui umcr uiiun, u.ciu. -namcntal.
, , 4 , . .1
A now lot of filnner' celebrated eewlng machine)
nl.i nil hand, touhich theattontlon of tho public li
especially invited. .
Tliey ore preparcu, a neri'iuiuri.', i m. -manils
in lha dre makinj; lino promptly and arter the
jionnei niauu onu inri.-iu-u .uwim...
1JI Commercial Avenue, Jfear Elijhlh
DYA8 T. l'AKKEll. JOHN B. PJHIU.I8.
jpARKER & PIIILLIS,
Commission auil Forwardinir MercaaBts
And Dealer in
llwy, Corn, OMa, Brau, uA all Klnata f
JAND FOR SALE.
On the tine r e ftT.H-
1 Iwofortyfouraora of pleuilld land, wall Mm.
bered. ltuaied on the line of the 0. 4 V. . a., IS mllaa
from Cairo, which I will .oil on reaionabU Urmi. Ap
ply at the corner of Tenth and Walnut itreeW.
apl It fcvHOl. t
yYAltD'S EUREKA TONIC IJ
Ward's Rlicnniitlc LlBawcHtl
Now ha a reputation overall other remedl before
tho public, for the reaon It ha cured many caeai thai
havu UlHed the akill of ourrooi eminent phyiloian.
and pronounced Incurable by thorn all. Pcmom uf
firing with Dyspepsia, IndlReslion, 8iok er Nerroua
Headache, Chill and Fever, Typhoid and Blllloui Fe
ver, CoiiRh, O0I1U, Conumptlon, Rheumatltm, Neu
ralgia. Pain In the Side, Breait, or Hack, inouldat
oneo procure 0 bottle each of these Invaluable raroe-.n--
1 .n.iA.o.l ni nnpn to uorfect health'.
EUREKA TONIO la Rood tfi Debility from any
. . . . . . 1 .1 . 1 1 1
cau.e. It ha no equal n a r emain iicmcu. nm
im iin.. an.i mirlrlHi thu Ulood. and nrevonta dl-
easc.clcanslnf the vyitem of al HmpurWe, which If lei
remain, proutico a ruwow compioaiou anu uriug vu
disease thnt inanos 1110 one 01 miavry. n uwi m x.urr
. 1 .l.l f Ihi. 1,11.1. t Va. 1.1,1 v.
Ka tonio i vyiiii'uunucv w. ...y . 8..--.-
tnu-t. nnd Is pleasant to tako, and mild' in iii action
on thu aytem.
Try ono bottle it will koop your Liver and Stomach
right, and prevent uiiuousnos.
A. H. WHITAKEH,
Wholesale, and Ilotail Aileut. Cairo. Illinois.
And for snlo by Druggist genorally. ' iaar31-Jm
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
DRY GOODS, ETC
EW GOODS I
Tho Oldcxt Established
IN TIIK CITY.
RITTESH0USE k IIAXXY
Uatopn luuid, frith from the nurkct
Printed do Lnlne,
French Lawn., Pacific ftwn,
Orenadine, Pflutctt Linens,
Pltln Pcrcalq, Y)ilte AlpiKW, '. ..
Brown and Ille.vhed Hheellnj;, 1 '
Ilrovrn and llli-ached Hhlrllnu,
, ' Pari Printed spring Hhawle,
' Tibet Hhawli.,
Lnm.i Lncc Hhawl,
1 Hhotland Sluiwlfi . .
, 1 1 i NIK .llantllin.
. .ll.U.lllfl. , .
Paris Veil IUrexe,
, Hofi Cambrics,
' IndU Moll,
.. Hotliry, . .
LiiU'tl Cambric, tiirlw.
CI.(XII .m M rANHIIEIM,
TaUo Llncna, .
NapKiur. . .
COnNKR ElOHTII NT. AND COM.M KltClAL AVI.
, 1 nurtodif
Iiiillanensalilu to Females, fi wlfor Kidney Com-
plainU. A delicious Tunio. put up In caies. contain
ing onu dozen Imttlei pacIi, nnd sold by nil ilrtiin.'it,
sirixiers. Ac. A-M. Hlnlnk'-r At'o., mtutillshed 1779,
No. 1 J Dearer street, New York. inarMly
XECUTOU S NOTICE.
Estate of Eunttia Caiidrt, deeeated.
The undersigned having bceiinppiutil executor
nf the liut will and trstsinent of KunerU
Candee, lata of the county of Alexander and Ktatu
or Illinois, ucceaiei,nert'iy kuciiiioih-- umnii' wim
apear before the county court of Alexander countt.
at trie court Iionsem tliociiy 01 i.aini, Illinois, n iim
M.v term, on tho third Monday In May next, at
which time all pron havinu claims aguinut said es
tate are notified and r-iiiftHl tonttendforthepur-
Sose of liarlnK thu same mljustt-l. All person in.
bud tosalueatiito nro reipiesled to make Immedi
ate payment to llm illiderslKiicil.
uaieu inn nil iiui ui jnuin,.i. i'. in,
marlT-ow nKNHV H. CAN I) EE, Exeeulor.
Whereas. Mary A. Mitchell, by her certain deed
bearing Hato thut-leveulh dsy of June, A. D. 1K7, and
recordeil in bofik "V" of deeds on JB fill, Ac, tn
the recorder's ol!k'o,f Alexander ooutily, Illinois, dkl
convey In fee 10 the iindtrslgniM, William J. Allen, tIV
folfuwln? deserilxhl lots, plwen orpartel of lain) sitn
ated In Aliixjindoroouul)', Illinois, ia 1 Lot No, Ihn-s
Uock No. one ; nine, lit block two; 0110. thrco, fouv
and live, In block three; oue, two und lliri-e. In block
four one, two, tliree, fmir nnd flvs in Muck rive ; fltr
and six, InNocksui one, two, thriw. four. rWimtvl
six. Hi block sevens one, iivo, uirec, lour aunnic, in
. 1 . t 1 . . ..... f... . - m . 1 rtP I., t . 1 .... t -
nine! one, I wo, lhne, fniir, live iiml six. In block ton;
and being art of the county dhlalo.11 of tho old tolvn
of Unity, and In settiou thirlr.slx, township nfleeji.
south rungolwo west of the tlurd principal iiirrldiaiis
and also thepnblto square in said town of 1'iilty, n
will more fully appi ar by nfereneo tnilie platofsatl
town In the recorder s iitti'te of Mid couiiiy. The
nortlii'iuituuartcr of the southeast tpiarUir, of nvt n
thirty-six, township fifteen, south range tow.-st, con
tainlag forty iw'ns (n-tcept Having and rr.ervlmron
quarlvruf mi .ere, im.lud'iig ins eimro gravHyard as
DOW MIUI Ill'ICII'loir rillU" 11 "II It Vlliail ,ii'miii
In said tract) , id, tho northwest quiuterofthx south-
wesinttaricr M h- IH'II iniriy-oiie, 111 iowiinii iinrui,
south, raugi'onu wvr' of thu tlurd jirinetpil iiiunU.
Ian, coiitaiiiiug rifty'ijiie iwires uml 3l-ltJof an acre,
also' tho fulliming li s rlN-l lots, pieces or part-eN of
land lu said town of Unity 1 f.(ts nun and two in souatr
ix, being urt of ssuit'ii iJnrtj towiisluucftoen
south, range two wc.t ilo, ii Known on aitid plat of
town of Unity, lot me and tun in Hpiaro livo. and lot
four in siiusru seven; lot the .n Miuareton, In said
town of Unitv, thu nriiliir iuprvly nlundoniDg and
waiving all riitM 01 i.niestial nxeinptioii, Intrust,
however, that if uitiikmi note cxwiit,-.! by said Mary
A. Mitchell lu lla-ling, WilkerapuA Co., for twenty,
file bundled liolnus. uated im ii ilato with KiUl deed,
and payable sl,ty dijys from date, ami In said deed
'more paitiouliirly deH.-riled. should notbewvll and
truly paid when the siiinuWaiimdup and payable,
then the said William J Alb 11. or his legal rvpreseutap
lives, might, ou the ri'ijue.t of the hoUlcr of said uoto,
proceed to sell the alie described prorty or nay
art thereof, at pulilic vendue to Iho higheil bidder,
hv tiiM ixrins of .nlil uleed are nruviiled. uiul.tiDOli
'such ealo nuke, esitMte and deliver to tho piirciuiorr
or puronasers tnrreot uneeum tew simple uiersior
Amu whereas, said nolo ha long since become due ami
v.vftlil,. und thu nam of tHeiitv.oiuht hiinilred lUiJ
'thirty-two dollars and twent)-nvn cent of principal
and interest no' re mums 1110 ana nnpaiu 011 saiu nov,
RAW. Ihereforr. notir o W hereby given, that at the rf
questof tho huldvrsiif said note, and in pursiiauoo of
the terms and condition of said deed, I, the said n il
Ham J. Allen, undersigned, will, on Mends theflUi
day of April,' A. 1. nt (h court hoim nllMciy
Calrp, llliuoisat (he hour of ten o'clock ittiu of.salU
day, proceed tn sell the property lu-rcinbcfbre (tj
eribeil.orsAmueli thereof as nuy Ihi necej.-ury, to
satisfy said amount imi reiiiiiiingdiK on said mte.iv
aforesaid, nth the ulv.iiuen liitwM Hint may v
eruo thereon, and the eo.'s and expen.es of thu trtist;
d'wlll exoouto ami llelisr to tho piirohaier or pur
,her8 thereof, ,'jfj. AMEX( Trl)Mw.
Oreen lc Oilliert, attorne)s.
Calrd, III.. February vu,
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