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Wlieteas, on the first day of hine. A. 1).
1874, .lolin J. Hunter aud'Mariah Hunter,
bis w ife, of the co nty of l'ul.tskl and
id ate. ot Illinois, made, executed and aj
ktiowie.iL'eil In due lorm of law, .ind deliv
e.ed to the tiinlersined, a trust deed to
secure the payment of two iiroiuisMtry
notes timed l'ulu-ki, 111., dune 1st, 1874
one lor live liutidreil and liny dollar
(5.M) Ot)) and the oilier lor live hundred
uud forty-nine dollars and eU'hty-three
cents (."4'.t.s;) the former payable twelve
month, and the hitter r lu'liiet u luonths
BfterUtiteg thereof, to the order of the tin
dcrgned with ten per cent, lutcrest per
annum payable semi-annually, both of the
said notc heiitj,' slcned by U.K. Tortertield
and the said dohn .1. liunter by the style
of .1. .1. Hunter: by w hich said tnut deed
the said John J. Hunter and said Mariali
Hunter, his wife, conveyed in trust, to the
undersiKned tree Horn all homestead
rights RHd to secure the payment of said
notes, the following described res) estate,
situntc, lying and being iu the said county
of I'ultitdtl and s'ate ot illino's, usiiuly ;
The northeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section sixteen (10), township
htteen (1ft), (south) range "o. one (1) we:t,
containing forty acres, more or less; also the
tollowiiig described parcel of land, namely :
Hetiinnitig at a stake ou the west line of the
right of way of the Iliiuois Central railroad
company one hundred and tilty feet
south eleven degrees twelve minutes
west, lrom the junction of said
right of way with the south
line of Oak street in the town of PuUski :
lutuce running west, eleven degrees atid
twelve minutes north, til teen rods; them
north, eleven decrees aud twelve mitiutef
east.t wenty-tive feet; thence east, eleven dt
greet ana twelve minutes souui, tureen rots
thence south. eleven degrees audtwelvemin
utars west, twenty-live leet to the place of !
beeinning, containing twenty-three Square)
rods, more or less, situated in town and
county of I'ulaski and state of Illinois, be-
ing a part of the northwest quarter of sec-
lion tilteen (K), township No. fifteen (1ft),
totilh range oue (1) wett of the third prlnci- i
pal meridmi ; also a parcel ot land describ.
ed as follows, namely : Commencing ten J
chains and ninety links sou'li of the north-
west corner of section htteen (r. , town- '
hip fifteen (1T, south range one (I) west ;
thenea east thirteen chains and tweutv. ,
nve Unas; iiieuce souin.ixiecn uegree sua
tairteen minutes west, fourteen chains and ;
twenty links ; tneuce south, seventy-three 1
degrees anu luiriy-eigni minutes west, two
chains aud thirtj-threo links ; thence south, :
sixteen degrees and forty minutes west. four !
chiiius and twelve links ; thence south nine
;bins and seven links ; thence east live .
chains and eighty-one links; thence south,
sixteen deg. and twenty-five minutes
(west), four chains and t bitty-one links;'
then, west ten chains und twelve liuks :
then, north on section line to the place of
beginning, containing twenty six and
eighty-six one-hundredths acres, and sit
uutC'i in Pulaski county and state of Illi
nois; also lots Nos. one (lj, two (2), three
(3) tuur(4).'.tlve (.1) aud six (0; in block No.
Fourteen (14) in the town of 1'ulaskl, '
I'ulaski County Illinois.
And Whereas, it is provided in said
trust deed which was liuiv recorded in the '
recorder's oflice ol I'ulaski county, Illinois. '
on U10 2lth, day of July A. 1). 174, in book i
" W" on paije 122. that if default sliould be
made in the payment of the said notes or
any part tuereof, according to the tenor and
effect thereof, the undersigned uiightnell the
said premi-es or any part thereof aud ail
the rnjht und eqity ol redemption ol the
raid Jo in J. aad Mariah Hunter their heirs
executors, administrators or a--icns,
therein, at public vendue to the highest
bidder lor cash, after first having adver- 1
ti-ed such sale ten days lu a newspaper
published in Cairo, Illinois, or by posting
up written or printed notices in lour il)
public place in the county where eaij
premises are situate and upou making
aid sale to execute a: d deliver to the
purchaser or purchasers deeds for the con
veyance In fee of the premi-es sold, the
right ot home-tcad being waived and re
leaded in said trust and ackuowled ge
And Whereas, default has been made in
the p j'luent ot the said notes and each ol
them and of the interest thereoo.
Now Therefore, on Saturday the tob.dav
of slay at the hour of one o 'clock fu the
afternoon, at the frontdoor of the court
bause. in Mound City, Pulaski county lm.
nois, the undersigned will proceed to sell
said premises and all the right aud equitv
ol redemption of the said John J. and Mar
ian . Hunter, their heirs, and assigns
therein, and free from all homestead rights,
to the highest bidder for cash in band to
pay and satisfy said note. ; and will, on
making sale thereof, execute and deliver
to the purchaser, or purchasers, good and
surhVieut deed, or deeds, tberelor .
KlCHAKI) A. HlS;,.KFOh.r, J 'Ustec.
CAthO. III., April loth. 1-77.
Whereas John H. I'hillls and lUehel J.
Pbiliis his wife, did by a certain deed of
trust bearing date March the 1st ls7ti.
convey unto Charles A. Seolield. guardian
of the minor heirs ol William li. Scotia-id,
sa ki Ail lliS flail a-a aft' i - ft !.. a.A.u.
in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and state ol Illinois and known and de--ia'uatf
1 upon ihe recorded plat of said ciiy
aa louowa, 10-wu: aahs numnerea l and
iln block numbered tfi, and lots D, C and
1 iu uiuca ,j, buu 101 ten tiyi anu the south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one iu the first add tion to the cltv 01
Cairo aforesaid, iu trust, however, 16 s .
cure the prompt paymentot a certain prom
isBory note ot that da'e, duly executed
by the said John B. Pbiliis, for the sum of
i.l's) rs( and made due and payable to the
said Charles A. scotUld, guardian as afore
said, twelve mouths alter date with Inter
est thereon from date at the rate often
percent per annum. And whereas said
note la now past due and no put thereof has
" paiu ami me sal 1 John 11. 1'hilli, has
made default in the uevrr ent ot th same.
Now therefore, I, toe stid Charles A. Sco- 1 fu,,Je-'t to the jeaily dower of Kiiza
ticld guardian aa af,ir,..ui,t Hr. l...,l. r,n,i , betli S' lilluii Hmoiinlitur In tba
ly the said John li. pbiliis and Rachel J.
nuns anu an whom it may concern that'
by virtue of aaid deed ol trust and the I
power iherein confened on me, 1 will at
the hour ol eleven o'clock, a. Ill fFl ttiA
21t day April, A. I). Is77, at the westerly
court houi door iu the city ol Cairo in
fcald county, sell at public out t iv lor cash
in band the above mentioned real estate or
so much thereof as may be necessary to
pay and discbarge said promissory note
and the interest thereon and the necessary
expenses ot executing ssid trust.
Guardian of the minor heirs ol William if.
Cairo, Ills., March l!Uh 1(77.
Estate ot Joseph p. Cameron, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the e.tate of Joeepu p.
Csraeion, late of the cauuty of Alexander
and Stats ot Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice that she will appear before
tbe county court of Alexander county, at
the court house in Cairo at the May term,
on the third Monday iu May next, at which
time allptr.oiis having claims agalu.t said
estate are notified and requested to at'.eud
for the purpose of hating the same ad
justed. All persons lndepted to said es.
tale are requested to make Immediate pay
inent to the undersigned.
Hated, this lth day ol March, A. P.,
177. MARUAHK1 CAMERON, Adui'jf.
March 2-w tit '
Master s Nnle.
State of Illinois, Alexander Couuly as.
In the Alexander County Circuit Court.
William W. IJucy, vs. Kuccne (iaraghty
and Louisiana Uuraghtv, William H.
Oale, AlciiHla B dale. Catharine Oale,
Jacob 11. llunotigh and Kobert L. Wil
son. Bill to reform and fore lose nior'pigc.
l'ublle tiotioe i hereby given thRt in
purauanoe of a decree rendered In the
above entitled cause in said court at the
January term. A. I). l!77, I, John t. Her
man, master In chancery of said eouuty,
will cn r'rtdiy.tbe ;nith oily ot March, A. 1.
lSi7, at the hour or two o'clock p. in. of
said day sell at public auction to the high
est bidder lor cash in band, at the south
westerly door of the court iioue in the
city of Cairo, in the county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, the following des
cribed real estate, nil situate, lying and be
ing lu the said county ot Alexauder and
slate of llllnol". to-tvit: The north-ess
quarter i f the south east quarter ot stn
tion So. twentv (20), In township So. four
teen (U. south range three (3) west.
AUo: The fractional south-west qiinrtei
section of thiity (.ki) in said township.
Also: The fractional north half ol ec
tion thirty-one (Ml) in said township.
Al-o: The east halt of the ti notions
soutb-esst quarter of section No. twenty
lour (U), lu township No. toutreen (U),
south ram'e (4) west.
Also: The lractional east hslf ol sce'lon
No. twenty five (25) in township fourteen
(14), south rin?e (4) west.
Also: 1 he west half of the south-west
quarter and the south-west quarter of the
north-west quarter ol section twenty-nine
(2!t), In township No. fourteen (U)'so.th
range three (.'!) west.
Also: Four hundred and two acres, more
or less, being a tract of land known us ' ac
eeretlon or male land" lying in townships
fourteen (1 south range three and four
westot the third principal meridian, and
lying south-west of section twenty-live I2'
in township fourteen (14) south range four
west, and south-ivest ol fractional sections
thirty and thirty-one in townsh-p fourteen
(14) south range'tbree CI) west. and hounded
on the western and southern lino by the
Mississippi river, together with all and
singular lbs privileges and appurtenauces
thereunto belonging and thereto upper-
taining. .John u, uarman,
Master in Chancery.
I 'ainu, in s., Mirth xd, A. 1. 177.
Ailiitlnlttraf er's Notice.
Lstnte of .tames Garland, deceased.
The undersigned, having b.-en a pointed ex
ecutors of the estate of .fumes Garland, lute ol
the county of Alexander and slate of Illinois,
deceased, hereby (five nolicu that they will ap
pearbefore" the county coirt of said county, 11 1
the court house iu airo al the April term, on
the thin! Monday in Apr! next, at which time
all iersoiis having elairss against subl e-lnte
are notilied and reitieted to attend lor the pur
pose of having the Same adjusted. All per
sons indebted lo said estate are re(iieteil to
make immediate pa) rueut to the undersigned.
Dated this -.tith day of Feb. 177.
A imm C ovi.m.i and F. M rocKKFLrm,
EBt.-iteol' Alexander C. H ides, decease.'..
1 he undersigned, havinx been atipoiutcl a l
Ininia'r.tor of the eiatc of Alexander I .
Hodge, lute of the county of Alexander and
stale of Illinois, deceased, hereby ics notice
that be will ap)eer before tiie rounty court of
Alexander county, at Hit court hou-e in Cairo,
at the April trrin, on tbe third Mond.y in April
next, at which time ull persons haviiiif claims
Bk'ainst said t;ttc are notilied and re.jiieoled to
attend fr the pinpose of having tbe i-arue nd
lustei. All ir.-oiH iu'le))lt-i to said mate are
reipieate-l to make immcdi-te pawner, t Ut tin
undersigned. liutwl this J' thil:iy of 1,-b.A. H. Is;?.
All Arli latent Nolice.
Samuel W. Cook is hereby notified that
Jacob S. Mcrreil, on liii loth day ot liecem
ber, A. IK, lsIO, sued out ol the circuit
court ol Alexender county, Mate of Illinois,
a writ of attachment strain-t him, tbe said
Samuel W. Cook and "his estate, for the
sum of one hundred and ten dollars (yllo.
00), which said writ has been returned ex
ecuted by levy on real t-tate. aud is now
pending before said court. Now unless the
Samuel W. Cook shall appear, give bail
anu plead within the time limited for his ap
pearance in such case, judgment will be
entered aud the est ite so attached will be
sold. JOHN' A. P. LEV , Circuit Clerk.
April 3d, 1b70. d-td
state of Illinois, Alexander County -s.
In the Alexander bounty Circuit Court.
John P. srojei1.;k vs. l.eorge Kt win, John
J. Etwiu, Florence Erwin, William W.
Erwin and Elizabeth sehmatz.
Bill lor Partition,
Public notice U hereby given that iu
pursuance of a decree rendered by aaid
court in tne abote entitled cause, at the
January term thereof. A.H., ls.77, i, jotm
K Harmao. Ma-t-r io chancery of said
county, win on rridav. the :kh ihiv of
' ?!.VC''J5, A
C IS. ,, at the hour of Ten
OciOtk I. in. Of raid ,lv. hell t i.nl.lin
vendue to the hl'he-t bidder at the Iront
uoor 01 me cotiit hou-e, in the cltv of
Cairo In said county and slate, the follow-
iug ueaermeu rcai 1 jtute and premise to-
Ihe .oouth-wsat quarter of the north.
ea.t quaiter and the we,t hull of the lotlth-
east quarn r ot section thirteen (13), Uwn-
hip tuteen. -1., south range two (2) west
, , ""' couu,y ' Alexander and state
of Illinois, said south-west quarter ef tha
r...e, . . . ... . 1 ,
" ""'"" quarter, appraised at One
T l.ouanl dollars, and said weal half of the
soutu-west qtisrtef, appraised at Twelve
Hundred Thlrly-three dollars and Thirty.
.o.o ,, ii-.s, nj lamia will not be sold lor
less; than two-thirds their aforesaid
1 -vppraised value, an d will be sold
' ,UJ" 0 f ,Th'ry-three and one-third dollars
" V',u " "en on said land ani premises,
UI" ' Thirty-three aud one third
f . . I"' I'ald by the owner or owners
of said land on tne flr.t dsy of January in
each and every year during her natural
life and for the time before the first day of
January. A. I. 1,7, .he shall be paid the
Just proportior ul said sum, computing
from the 0.y 0
I ertnsol sale subject to the foregoing
conditions,, ine-half ol the purchase
money to be paid cash iu hand, the olne
half on a credit ol twelve mouths from the
day of s.ie, deleried payment to be eyi
deuced by the purchaser's note, drawing
six per cent, interest, and secured by
deed ot trist on the premises sold. A deed
of conveyance io due form will be exeeut-
en 10 ma purchaser on the day of sale.
John ). H ahman,
Blaster in Chancery,
-"", ILL March 7lh, 177.
Charles 1 l.omas defendant ia BOtifled that on
March 'j.th, l77, 1 anuie Thomas complainant,
h.eil her bill iu ihauocrv. in the Alexander
county circuit cuurt. .sute of Illinois, for di.
sure... ana tint upt ult DoW peiiUlng lu said
court: 1 hat thereupon a auiuiuons was issued
outol the dork's ollice of said court again.t
r" e.urnanie on Ihu third Aiouaay in May,
ls;7. to a lem, r ...1 ih t 1 l.l,l. ...
the court houaa iu Cairo lu said county and
Dated March ST, 1877,
Joh A. Kuri
. C. shaver, complainant's solicitor. Clerk
rtiblla notice Is herein given that l,
the County ol Alexander in the Stato ol
.uMiuin, rt-iiuereii hi inn I'ecenilier term
of said rourt, A. 1). 187A. I, Harmon 11.
llliick administrator do bonis 11 on ot the c.
lute of Louiit Nasaiino.latfi of said count
deceased, will sell at public vendue on the
loth day of April. A. I. 1877, at the west
door of of the.Court House In the ritv ol
Cairo between the hours of ten o'clock In
the forenoon and tire o'clock In the after,
noon of the ame tUr to the highest bidder
to pay the debts of the s,J Louis Nasanno
deceased, the following described real
estate, situntc In the county or Alexander
and the State of Illinois to-wlt :
Lots numbered four (4). live (:), nnd (S),
In block numbered seventeen (17), in the
first addition to the city of (. airo ; and tho
southeast qusrier of section twelve (12),
township sixteeni 10), south range two (2),
Subject to the homestead Interest of Wid.
dow nud family In and to said lot eight In
block seventeen, and to the widow's
dower in said real estate.
Terms of sale : One -hall of purchase
money to be cash In hand upou approval ol
sale and delivery of deed and one halt on
credit ot six months, purchaser to give
security and trust deed on the premises to
secure the remainder of purchase money.
Hated March, t.lh, 1S77.
HARMON U. BLACK.
3-S-l w. Administrator de bonss mm, etc.
State of Illinois, Alexander County s
In tlie Alexatuler l oiititT ( iictiit Coin t, llfiiiv
N hitcaiupvs. Kiln K'eid, Andrew Ib id, Marv
Siulibs, et als.
Itill to foreclose tnottRiiRp.
l'ublic notice is hereby given, that in jursu
anceof a decree rendered intbeabote entitled
CHiise, in said court, at the January term, A.l.
1-77, I, John y. t ir ot 1 , master in chancery
of said county, wil i Kridav the p.tli duy of
Mulch A. I). the hour of eieven
(I I) o'cl k a 111. f'n d ilny. sell at public
reinliie lo Hie liihp.i , 1 tier lor cah 111 hand,
at the front door o th ! ourl house in tin cltv
of Cairo, county of Alexander and State 01 1 1
liois, the following described real e-fate, to
wil: 'I he noilh-eHi-t qtiarter of Hie north-eiist
quarter of .eciion iniuils-r thirty-two ( t.') in
townsliip ti'iiubrr sixteen (bij soinh ran)ie two
(-') west of the third principal meridian ill the
county of Alexander and slate of Illinois to.
petlier with the appurtenances and -prit i It-gee
thereunto belonging or appertaining-
.lOlIN If. JIAItMAN
22-4 1 Master in Chancery.
Cairo, Ills., February 21, 177.
Atlmlninf rator's Xotlee.
Eate of Goye M. Willis, deeeascd:
The undersigned, having been appolntr d
administrator of the etat of ove. M
M Wiilis late ol the county of Alexander
and state ol Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice that ho will appear before the
county court of Alexander coucty, at the
court house in Cairo at the Juno term, on
the third Monday in June next, at which
timeal 1 persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to at
ten 1 for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. AH persons indebted to said es
ta'e are requested to make immediate pay.
uient to the underslgued.
Dated thin 11th day ot April. A. 1. 177.
JAMES WILLIS. Atim'r.
4 linnet r.r 'atlr.
No'.ice is hereby given to Creed Ritc'..iu
that Elizabeth Ritchie on tbe 2d dav ol
April, is, ., bled in the circuit court of Al
exander county. State or Hanoi-, her bill
in chancery tor adivor.-e from him, the
.aid creed Hiu-hie, and that thereupon a
summons in chancery issued out of said
court at the suit of said Elizabeih Ritchie
and against the said Creed Ritchie return
able to a term of si.l court to 1 holden
at the court bouse in Cairo, in sUi,l Alex
ander county, on the third Moml tv of
May, A. I.. ls77, which said suit is Low
peudipj.' before s;,,J court.
JOHN A. REEVE, Circuit Clerk.
April. 'hi, 177. d-td
( limit-ery police.
Emma Overlin, defeml.int.1s notilied that
on the loth day of April, ls77, A. T. Over-'
lin comiilainant, tiled his bill in chancery
mine .iexanuert -i. c ir.-uit Court, State of
Illinois lor divorce, and that said suit is
now pending iu said court. That there
upon a summon, was issued out of the
clerks ollice ol said court aain-t you, re
turnable on the third Monday iu Mav, 177,
to a term of said court, then to be 'hoi. ten
at the court hou-e, In Cairo, in said county
and st-ite. .luHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
J. C. sH.WEi:. Complainant' solicitor.
Hated April 10, 177.
4 limit-cry Notice.
Joseph A. Phillips, Lee Phillips, .vhiflah ('
Phillip-, I aroiii.e J. Ilarmsh and LlialM-tli
it. i:i,sengi'n are imtiiied tbt on the ' t)i t'ay
ol April, 1-77, the trustees of schools of town
ship saveubeu south range! one west,
cmpluinaiit tiled its bill in chum-err aif.iui-t
J on and Margaret A. hoonre, jV-niumiu
Parker and Itynn F. Blake, aJui.in,
trator, etc. d feudent in the Alexander
county ciiic.uit ojtirt in the stale of Illinois p,r
foreclosure of mortgage, and that aaid suit
1 iihw pending la suid rourt: that a summons
thereupon issued mil of said court avaiust said
dtlendents, returnable ou tue tidr.l Monday
of May 177, to a term of said court then u be
holdan at the tcoiirt house iu the city ot leiro,
in said Alexander county. J
Jons A. Keiyk, c'.erW.
April b'th. 1-7
Estate of C'harlea Bocker deceased.
Ihe undiTsigned, having been aptwdnted ad
ministrator of Ihe estate of CharUs ilocker, ate
of tbe county of Alexander and tune of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
upiicar U lore the cuuty court of Alexander
tounty, at tlie c-iirt house in Cairo at Ihe April
term, on the thirl Monday In April nex', at
which time all irnn having claims against
said ei-tute aie noliljeil uuj reijiiested to attend
lor the purpose of having the sume adjusted.
All (n-rsona indebted to said estate arc rmpiesu-d
to make imiueiiate payment lo the undersigned.
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