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Fxtare of .Tsmee (.Arlntid, ilccesoed.
I'he undersigneU, having been a nointid ex
ecutor of the estate of .Ismes C.srland. lute of
the county of Alexander and stale of Illinois,
deceased, hereby jrive notice that they will ap
pear Before the county oourt ot waits cminre, at
the court house in lairo at the April term, on
the third Monbiv in April next, at which time
all persons having claims seal eft t! eMnlc
are noliltrd and requested to ntlend for I lit ur-o-e
of having the same adjiisied. All er
son Indcl'led to said estate are rcqeute.l to
iminejiste psrnieiit to the underslfrueil.
Iated thi Xh JmJ of Feb. 177,
" ALrnsD Coetso & K. M . Tot ai smth.
Estate of Charles Bocter decesscd.
The undersigned, bavins; been appointed ad
minibtrator of the estute of Charles Ituckrr, lute
of the county of Alexander and slte of I'li
aois, deceased, hereby a-ives nvtlce that lie will
spliear before the county court of A lex under
aouuty, at the oouii honee in Culm at the April
term, on the third Monday In April uex', at
wliirh time ell neranns heviu? rlHims airsinet
said estate are notllleil ami miiiestnl to attend
for the purpose of liavin the same adjusted.
Alt persons indebted to said estate are reourstvil
to make immetliste pin'iuenllo the undersigned.
Uiitel litis .-a ur ol reitmsi-y, a. i. !;.-.
OKOKOh, I.Al'l NEK,
EiU!e ol Joseph P. Cameron, deceased. f !
Tue undersigned, having been .ippointud
ettiitc of .foMirih P. vesr' Wl' ot ,wo H"nr's Perio-liculs, to
eaiintvrd- VlMvnmlrr onf 'ri foroneyetvr, 7 Vi: iKtage fiTe.
county Of Alexander . An J xtrB Coj, f'eilher the jlaawiae, We
i, deceased, hereby , lv, or llaiur wid )m supplied irratis lor every
! Will appe.tr before t.luli f Kive SuliscrilierB at BloOearh. in one re-
aaministrairix oi me
Cameron. Ute of the
and Stats ot Illinois,
give notice that s'ie will sppe.tr before
the county court of Alexander county, al
the court house in Cairo at tbe Uv term,
en the third Moudav in May next, at which
time all person having claim- acaliut said
estate are notified and requested to at 'end
for tbe purpose ol hnvinif the same ad
justed. All persons iodepted to said ro
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to me uanersigneu.
Dated, this 16th day ol March. A. D.. i
1ST7. MAUUAHETCAMEltUN, Adm X
Estate of Alexander C HoiIkcs, deceased.
lie unuersigneu, having been ai noirjieil ni-
minia'ntor of the estate of Alexander 'I.
Hodges late of the county of Aleaaouer and
tv of Aleaaudir end .
yb.bV" . no"!
the eounty court of '
curt houae In Cairo. ;
state oi Illinois, ueceaaeii,
taat be will appear before
Alexander oountv. at tot c
at the Auril term, on the third Monday in AiitII
next, a w men unit au rron caving cutum
against said estate are noliiied and rexpieated to ,
attend for the pntpose of having the same ad- !
iusted. All pernio indebted to said eiuite are :
requested to make ininiediate psyjnent to tin 1
Dated Ibis 26th day of Feb. A. D. 18TT.
JOHN HODGES. I
t-l-w0t - - Administrator.
State of Illinois, Alexander County s.
in tue Alexander oonnty circuit couru
John P. ttroderick vs. George Erwin, John
J. Etwln, Florence Krwiu, William W.
Erwin and Elizabeth "cbmstz.
Bill lor Partition,
Public notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of a decree rendered by said i
oourt in toe above entitled ,caue, at the;
January term thereof, A. !., 1ST7, I, John
' . iiarman, master in v naucery ot eaia
o unty, win on rnday, tue :h)iu day of
assT.afc.t. A tv IU" 1...... -.t '1
IVU XV. sVTe JC I, ab I.UW AsWUT Ul 1CU I
O'clock a. m. of said day, sell at public
Vendue to the highest bidder at the Iront
door ot tbe couit house, in the city ot
Cairo in ald county and state, the follow
ing described real estate and piemlies to
Wit: . The Soutn-wet quarter of the north-
eastfju alter and the west halt ol the loutb
east quarter ol section thirteen (13), town
snip nueen uo). soutn range two vz, w en
iu uie aaiu vuuult ui Aicxmucr aiiu liaiu ,
north-eat quarter, appraised at One '
Thousand dollars, and said west haif of th :
south-west quartet, appraised at Twelve '
Hundred Thirty-three dollurs and Thirty- j
three cents; said lanus will not be eold lor !
less than two-thirds their aforesaid j
appraised value, and w ill be sold
subject to the yearly dower of Eliza- !
betb Hchmatz. amounting to the I
sura of Thirty-three and one-third dollars ,
which 1 a lien on said land and premises. )
said titn of Thirty-three and one-third j
dollars to be paid by the owner or owners ,
of said land on th fir.t diy of January in i
each and every year during her natural I
lif and for tbe time before tie first day ol i
January, A. D. l;a, abe (ball he paid the ;
just proportion ol taid sum, computing
Irom tbe day it tale. j
Terms ot sale subject to the foregoing 1
couuinona, une-uaii oi tne purchase j
money to be paid cash In hand, the otb
half on a credit ol twelve month Irom the
day of sale, delerted payment to be evi- I
denced by the purchaser's note, drawing I
six per cent, interest, and secured by
deed ol trtst on the premises sold. A deed '
of conveyance In du form will be exeeuU ;
eu to tbe purchaser on the dav of sale. '
John . IlAHMax,
Mater in Chancery, i
Cairo, III. March 7th, 177. (
gtate of lllinoU, Alexander County
William W Hue; v..U'e gV7l.rVghty
1. tt,. Al ... rt r . . . .
Jacob II. Burrough and Hobert L. Wil
-. " wuc, vniusiiue iraie.
Bill to reform and foreclose mortgage.
Public notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of a docree rendered In th
above cutitied caiiHe in said court at the
January term, A. D. 1877, 1, John liar
man, master In chancery of said county,
will on Erlday.the 3uth day ol Marcb.A. D.
177, at lb hour of two o'clock p. in. of
said day sell at public auction to th high
est bidder lor cash In hand, at tbe south
westerly door ol tbe court boux in the
city of Cairo, in the county of Alexander
and Btate of Illinois, th following de.
cubed real e.tate, all situate, lying and be
iDg In the said county ot Alexander aud
state of Illtuol, to-wit: The north-east
quarter of th south east quarter ot see
tion 'o. twenty (JO), la township flo. four
teta (U), souta rxoge three (3) weat. ,
Also: The fractional south-west quarter
of section of thirty (UO) ta said township.
Also: Th fractional north half ol tac
tion thirty-one (31) in said township.
Also: The eat halt of tbe fractional
south-east quaiter of section No. twenty
lour (ti), in township Ho. loutreen (Hi,
south rang (4) west.
Also: Th Iractlonal east half of section
ao. twsDty-flv (U5 in township fourteen
(14), south ranf ()
Also: The west half of the south-weM
quarter and the south-west quarter of the
worth-west quaiter of section twenty-nine
rf), la township No. fourteen (Mi south
rang three (i west.
Also; Eour hundred and two a ere a, more
or ieaa, being a tract ol laud known a "ao
eerotlM or mad land" lying In township
fourteen (U outh range thr and four
wt ol th third principal meridtau, and
Ijlng south-west of Mctlon twenty-Dv (25
In township lourUn(U; south rang four
west, and south-vet ol fractional section
thirty and thtrty-oa In township fourteen
(if) outh. rang thr (8) weat.and bounded
on th western and southern tin by the
Mississippi liver, together with all and
singular th privileges and appurtenance
thereunto heloaglAg and thereto appr.
Ulning. John Q.Uarmax,
Master In Chancery,
Cawo, ills., March Id, A. D. 1877.
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f t.t? '. ,,lllno' Alexander County ss
ln,i? .axB0der ounty Circuit Court, Henry
hitcemi, T. tU ,,14 Audrew field. Mary
BUI to fun-close mortgoge. '
I'lihlic nuice u hereby given, that in ereu
auceof a decree rendered in the above entitled
fuw' in said eourl. at the January term, A.D.
7, 1, John Q. llanaan, maater in chancery
of said county, will on Friday the lntli day of
7?!'. .'. A -lJ- 1T7. at the hour of eleven
(11) o clock a la of aaid lUy. sell at public
vendue v the highest bidder for cash in hand,
at the trout door of tbe oourt bouse in the city
or Cairo, county (f Alexander and State of Illi
nois, th following described real estate, to
witi the north-east quarter of the north-east
quarter of action number thirty-two (ft.') in
twnhip nurulxr sixteen (1) south range two
() west of the third principal meridian iu the
county of Alexander and atate of Illinois to
gether with the apparteaanees and privileges
thereunto beluuginc or appertaining
, 'jOIlVg. II ARMAV.
77'. Master m Chancery. '
Cairo, Ills., febrnsry . 17-
Ta tha Warktna; Claa W are bow
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pioyiuent at hoaue, lb wael of Ihe time, or for
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uon oo oent to i per evening, aud a projior
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
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as loan That all Who ase this notice may send
their eddree., ant teal tha business we make this
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