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WhereiiB, on the first day of June, A. D.
1874, John J. liuuter and M.trUli Hunter,
his wife, of the co nty of i'ulaxki and
ftute of Illinois, made, executed and ae
knowleuKed in due lorui of law, and deliv-
eied to the undersigned, a trust deed to
secure the payment of two
payment of two promissory
notes tinted 1
ruiashi, .hi., .iuiic 1st, 13.4
one lor nve nunureu aua iuty uonar
(frr0 DO) and tha other lor live hundred
and forty-nine dollars and eiKhty-tliree
cent t;19.&3) the former payaUlo twelve
month", and the latter eighteen month
afterdates thereof, to the order of the un
ilers sued with U-n per cett. interest per
annum payable semi-auuually, both of the
said notes heinK Htpued by U.K. 1'ortertiuld
and the said John J. IJuuter by the atyle
of J. J liuuter: by which said trust deed
the said John J. Hauler uud said Mariab
Hunter, his wife, conveyed in trust, to the
undersigned tree from all homestead
rights and to secure the payment of said
notes, tne lonowlutf described real estate,
situate, lyiutf and being in the said county
ol I'uluski and state of Illinois, namely :
The northeast quarter of the northeact
quarter of section sixteen (16), towntibip
fifteen IU, (south) range No. ouo (1) we;t,
containing forty acres, more or less; also the
following desc ribed parcel of land, namely :
ltii;inninj; at a stake on the west line of the
rixhtof way ol the Illinois Central railroad
company one hundred and riltv feet
south eleveu degrees twelve minutes 1
west, from the junction of said
rint of way with the south
hue of Oak street iu the town ot l'tilaski :
thence running west, eleveu degrees and
twelve uiiuutes north, ilfteen rods ; thence
north, eleven degrees and tw elve minutes
east,tventy-rive feet; thence east, eleven de
grees and twelve minutes south, fifteen rods
thence south, eleveu degrees audtwihe min
utATs west, twenty-five leet to the place of
beelnninjr, containing twenty-three (tquare)
rods, more or less, situated in town and
county ot I'ulaskl and state of Illinois, be
ing a part of the northwest quarter of sec
tion illteen (15, township So. fifteen (Id),
south ranee one (1) west of the third princi
pal meridian; also a parcel of land describ.
ed as follows, namely : Commenting ten
chains and ninety links south of the north
west corner or section nitetu (1'jj, town
ship fifteen (1,';, south range one (1) west ;
thence east, thirteen chains and twentv-
five links; thence south.six.i6eu degrees and
thirteen minutes west, toiu tceu chains and
twenty links ; thence south, seventy-three
degrees ana luiriy-eigm minutes west, two
chains ana iniriy-mree lings ; mence soutn,
sixteen degrees and forty minutes west, four
chains aud twelve linns ; thence south nine
chains and seven links ; thence east five
chains and eighty-one links ; thence south,
sixteen deg. and twenty-live minutes
(west), four chains and tbitty-one links ;
then, west ten chains and twelve links ;
then, north on section line to the place of
beginning, containing twenty-six and
eighty-six one-hundredth, acres, and sit
uated in miasm county and state of till
n iriiiasKi county anu state 01 1111-
iso lots Nos. one (1), two (2i, three
r(4;,:tive (5) and six 0,.in block No.
sn (14) in tho town of Pulaski,
Pulaski County Illinois
And Whereas, it is provided in said
trust deed which was duly rerorded In the I
recorder's otlice oi Pulaski county, Illinois, '
on th (Uth. day of July A. 1). Ib74, in book
w - on pae isa, uiui if delimit should be
made In the paymeut of the said notes or
any part tuereof, according to the tenor aud
edeet thereof.the undersigned mVhtsell the
said premi-es or any part thereof and all
the right and eqity ol redemption ol the
said Jo m J. and Maiiuh Hunter their heirs
executors, administrators or assigns,
therein, at public vendue to the highest
bidder lor cash, after first having adver
tised such sale ten days lu a newspaper
published in Cairo, Illinois, or by posting
up written or printed notices in four (4i
public places in the county where sail
premises are situate and upon making
said sale to exeeuto and deliver to the
purchaser or purchasers deeds for the con
veyance In fee of the premises sold, the
right ol homestead being waived and re
leased in said trust and acknowledge
And Whereas, default has been made in
the p ymentol the said notes and each ol
them and ol the inu rest thereon.
Now Xhereiore, on Saturday the 6th, day
of May at the hour of one o'clock lu tha
afternoon, at the (root door of the court
hause, in Mound City, Pulaski county 1111.
nols, the undersigned w ill proceed to sell
said premises and all the right and equity
of redemption of the said John J. and Mar
lab. Hunter, their heirs, and assigns
therein, and free from all homestead rights,
to the highest bidder for cash in hand to
pay and satisfy said notes; and will, on
making sale thereof, execute and deliver
to the purchaser, or purchasers, good and
su fflrleht deed, or deeds, therefor .
Richard A, Hi NiiKRFORn, j rutee.
C'aiko, III., April Hrth, lt77.
Whereas John K. Phillii and Rachel J.
Phillis his wife, did by a eertaiu deed of
trust bearing date March the 1st 1876,
convey unto Charles A. Scotield, guardian
of the minor heirs ot William II. bcotield,
deceased, the following real estate situate
in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
aud Mate of Illinois and known and des.
ignated upon the recorded plat ol said city
as follows, to-wit: Lots numbered U and
2H in block uurnbered -.'9. and inn r, it n,i
7 iu block 74, aud lot ten (loj and the south 1
half ol lot numbered 11 in block numbered '
ouo iu me uisv audition to the city ol
Cairo aforesaid, iu trust, however, to s".
cure the prompt paymentol a certain prom
issory note of that date, duly executed
iy tue said jonn i. 1'hilJls, for the sum of :
i,l.Vs.ftct, aud made due and payable to the i
said Charles A. Scotield, guardian as afore- i
said, twelve months after date with inter-1
est thereon from date at the rate of ten I
per cent per annum. Aud w hereas said
note is now past due and no part thereof has
been paid and the sai 1 John B. Phillis has
made default in the payment ol the same.
Now thsiefore, I, the stid Charles A. Sco
held guardian as aforesaid do hereby notl
rJit,h,,,'"'tl John B. Phillis and Rachel J.
Piiillis and all whom It may concern that
by virtue of said deed of trust and tho
power therein conferred on me, I will at
,'", "'O' t'leven o'clock, a. in. on the
Jlst day April, A. li. 177, at the westerly
court bouse door in ttm itv .
said county, sell at public out cry lor csbd
u uouu su. aoos e sueniionea real estate or
so much thereof as may be necessary to
Pay and diseharve said nrnmbu,,. v,....
- mwini tuereon ana me necessary
expenses of executing said trust.
. . CHARLKS A. SCOFIILD,
H f the minor heirs of William U.
Caiko.IIIs., March XUtU 1877.
latate ol Joseph P. Cameron, deceased.
rhe undersigned, having htt-n appointed
admlntsiratrix of the esute of Joseph
anT ViW , ,,tba, 00u,u,' Alexaud;;
ana btate ol Illinois. 1 ,
gtvea iiotico that aha w 11 ir." .'. us","'
the county court of Alexandbf rouuty, at
the court house In Cairo at the Mav tJ
on the third Monday in May next, at which
time all persona having claims .in.. ... t
esute are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose ol having tha ..
justed. All parsons indepted to said e
tate aro re,uested to make imnsediate pay.
ment to the undersigned.
Dated, this lfh day of Marck. A D
1177. MABGAalX CAM IRON. Afim'
March Xi-w-tt . -
State of Illinois, Alexander County ss.
In the Alexander County Circuit Court.
William W. Huey, vs. Kugene Oaraghty
and Louisiana Oaraghty, William II.
Gale, Alcinda B Uale, Catharine Gale,
Jacob H. Burrough and Robert L. Wil
son. Bill to reform and foreclose mortgage.
Public notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of a decree rendered In the
above entitled cause in said court at tho
January term, A. I). 1877, 1, John Q. liar
man, master in chancery of said county,
will on Frlday.tbe oOth oay ol March, A. I).
18J7, at the hour of two o'clock p. ni. of
said day sell at public auction te the high
est bidder lor rash in band, at the south
westerly door of the court house In the
city of Cairo, in the county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, the following des
cribed real estate, all situate, lying and be
ing in the said county of Alexander and
state of Illinois to-w it: The north-eas
quarter of tho south-east quarter ot sec
tijn No. twenty (-J0), in township No. four
teen tl4), south range three (3) west.
Also: The fractional south-west qttartei
section of thirty (;I0) In said tow nship.
Also: The fractional north half ot s.-c
tion tblrty-one (HI) in said township.
Also: The east hall of the fiactiona
south-east quarter of section No. twenty
lour (li), in township No. tutren (14),
south range (4) west.
Also: The fractional east half of section
No. twenty five (25) iu township fourteen
(14), south ranee (4) west.
Also: The west half of the south-west
quarter and the south-west quarter of the
north-west quarter ol section twenty-nine
(jy), In township No. fourteen il4) south
range three (111 west.
Also: Four hundred and two acres, more
or less, being a tract ot land know n as "ac
cere tion or made land" lying in townships
fourteen (14 south range three and four
west ol the third principal meridian, and
lying south-west of section twenty-five vi ft
in township fourteen (14) south range four
west, and south-nest of fractional sections
thirty and thirty-one in township fourteen
(14) south range'three ('!) west, aud bounded
on the western and southern line bv the
I Mississippi river, together with all and
I singular the privileges and appurtenances
1 thereunto belonging and thereto apper
I taining. John j, Harman,
I Master in Chancery.
! Cairo, ills , March ad, A. I). 1S77,
Ei-tate of James (Garland, deceased.
mi uuurrsigneti, Having ucen appointed ex-
rcutors 01 me estate or .lames Cirlaiid, late ot
theccunty of Alexander and state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby give notice that they will ap
peur.beforetlhe county court of said county, at
the court house in Cairo at the April term, on
the third Monday in April uezt, at which time
all arsons having claims against said estate
are notilied and requested to attend tor the pur
1 pose i m
I ""'V lu',,,,
pose 01 Having tue same auju.teu. All per-
lu'leiiteii to said estate ere requested to
immediate payment to the undersigned.
1 ,.r l-.i. 1-
UllJ ."IU SIM. Jf-,
oui.fus and F. M. Stoi kkki.fth,
Estate of Alexander C. Ibidget , deceased.
The unilersigued, h.vtug been appointed a
minis'rator of the estate of Alexander I
I lodges late of the county of Alexander aud
state ol Illinois, Ueceat,etl, hereby gives notice
that he will appear beiore the county ceurl of
Alexander county, at tne court house in Cairo
at the April tm, ou the third Monday in Auri
next, at which lime all persons having claims
against said svUte are notified and requested to
at (end fur the purpose of having the aame ad
lusted. All serious indebted to said estate are
requested to wake 11u111ed1.de payment lu th
lated Ibis J th iluy of Keb. A. D. 1977.
bnwel W. Cook i hereby notified that
Jacob . Merrell.onth loin day ot Decern
Der, A. v., )S,o, sued out ol the circuit
court oiAiexencter county, Mate of Illinois
a writ of attachnieut against him, the said
aamuei v . tooa anu nis estate, for the
sum 01 one hundred and ten dollars if lid.
(K)), which said writ has: been returned ex
ecuted by levy on real estate, and is now
peuumg oeiore said court. .Now unless ta
sauiuei vt . cook shall appear, give bait
anu pieau wunin the time limited for his an
pearance in sucb case, judgment will be
entered and the estate so attached will be
soiu. ticm A.Ktr E.CIrcu t Clerk.
April 3d, lSTO. u.,j
State of Illinois, Alexander County ss.
In tae Alexander County Circuit C ourt
Job nf . nroderi, k vs. George trwln, Johu
J. trwin, Horence Krwiu, William W.
" sun ciuauem sehuiutz.
Bill lor Partition.
Public notice is hereby piven that I
puisuuuce 01 a decree rendered by said
court in tue above entitled cause, at the
January term thereof, A. I)., Ia77, I, John
vj. usiuisii, jii.ier 10 Chancery of said
ciiuuiy, win on rYtday, the 3uth day of
s . ! ' u- at l"e "ftur f Ten
O clock a. ni of said day, sell at public
vendue to the blhe-t bidder at the lront
uuor 01 tne court bouse, in the city of
s-airo iu sain county aud state, the follow
ing described real estate and premises to.
The South-wist quarter ol the north
csHiquaiier and the w-Bt hall ol the south
east quarter ol section thirteen (lHj, tewn
i " . "lil' uth range two (J) west
r V,r u tount' of Alexander and state
or Illinois, said soutb-w eat qusitri ef tha
uoriu-easi quarter, appraised at One
a nousaua dollars, and said west half of the
somu-west quarter, appraised at Twelve
iiv-uurea ihirty-three dollars aud Thirty
iniee cents; said luuds will not be sold lor
ic tuan two-thirds their aforesaid
appraised value, and will be sold
fuiyect to the yearly dower of Kliza-
ueiu ihmatz, amountmg to the
sum of Thirty-three and one-third dollars
u-!ii..l.i. .-- ......
"u u is a lieu on saiu iana au--. premises.
Hani sum of Thirty-three and one-third
dollars t 1B pujj ,jy tu8 ownt,r or owners
of said laud on the first dsy of January in
each snj eVery year during her natural
mo auu tor the time oetore the nrst day ol
January, A. I). 1b78, she shall be paid the
just proportior ol said sum, computing
me oay 01 saie.
lermiol sale subject to the foregoing
vuuiuons, une-naii 01 tne purcnase
j". uej- to ne paid cash in fiand, the othe
nan ou a credit ol twelve months Irom the
day of sale, deterred payment to be evi
denced by tho purchaser's note, drawing
'x per cent, interest, and secured by
(loci . ... , .
oi vmsi on me premises soiu. a uoea
tonveyauce In due form will be execut
ed to the purchaser on the day of sale.
John Q. IJarman,
,, Master in Chancery,
Cairo, III March 7th, 1877.
I liaxtrerir Watlr.
C ksiles Thomas defendaat is notified that on
iarchx7th, 1S77, Feouiei nomas complaisant
B ed her bill lis ch.ncerv. in th. Al.
county circuit court. Mate of Ilhaoia, lor di
vorcu and that .mIiI Miiil is now rM..,llitiv in ui.i
.: .J,ht therupn a summons was issued
outol tbs clerk's olttoe of said court against
yotj 1 returnable oa the third Monday In May
ii. ' ' ltm of J court thn he holden at
Stats'4""1 hcu il iu Counly ad
Paled March iT.lsn,
C. eiuvr,wmdut'MUatovf C'lsrii
Public notice Is hereby given that by
Virtue of adordorof the county co'trt ol
.n!-V?Un.tT "i1 AleMUer In the State of
Illinois, rendered at the December te rm
of said court, A. D. 187ft. I, Harmon 11.
Black administrator do bonis non ol the cs.
tate of Units Masanfio.lale or said count
deceased, will sell at public vendue on the
10th day of April. A. D, 1877, at the west
door of of the Court House In the city ol
Cairo between the hours of ten o'clock In
the forenoon and live o'clock in the after
noon of the same day to the highest bidder
to pay the debts ol the said Louis Nasannn
deceased, the following described real
tstste, situate In the county of Alexander
and tha Mate of Illinois to-wit :
1 ots.Dumberotl four (4), five to), and (8),
In block numbered seventeen (17), In the
nrst addition to the city of Cairo; and the
southeast quarter of section twelve l'2i,
township sixteen(lO), south range two
Subject to the homestead Interest of wld
dow aud family In and to said lot eight In
tdock seventoen, and to tho widow's
dower in said real estate.
Terms ol sale : Ono -hail of purchase
money to be cash In hand upon approval ot
lale and delivery of deed and one half on
credit ol six months, purchaser to give
security and trust deed on the premises to
secure the remainder of purchase money.
Dated March, i.tb, 1877.
HARMON II. BLAC K.
3-M w. Administrator tie honas non, etc.
Shite of Illinois, AlexanJer County ss
in the Alexander County iicuit Court, llenty
Whlteampvs. Ella Kenl, Andrew Keid, Mary
Stubbs, et svla.
Rill to foreclose mortgage.
Public notice is hereby given, that in psi (in
ane of a decree rendered in the above entitled
cause, in said court, al lbs January term, A.D.
l77, 1, John y. II ir 111 1 , master in chancery
of said county, wd'11 Friday the Pith day of
March, A. 1. . the hour of eleven
(II) o'clock a m. t(ll d day. sell at public
veudne to Hie hiitlicsi j I der fur cash In hand,
at the front door ol tli- -i ourt house In the city
ol Cairo, county of Alexander and Slate td l.'l
noi, the following desrril-t real estate, to
wit: 1 he north-east quarter of the north -easl
quarter of section number thirlv-two (i) in
towusnip ntnniK-r sixteen (ir,) south range mo
(J) west ol the third principal meridian in the
county of Alexander and state of Illinois to
gether with the appurtenances and privileges
uinruuiv uciMKiug or ainertaining-
.11 mx g. iiAUMAV. "
2r?1 , , Master in hanoery.
Cairo, Ills., February 21. 1-77.
Adnsliilaf rater's Notice.
E4l:ite Of Hove M. Willis, deeease.h
The undersigned, having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Oove. M
M Willis late ot the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice that be w ill appear before the
county court of Alexander county, at the
cuui s uousr in vairo at trie June term, on
the.third Monday in June next, at w hich
timeal 1 persons having claims against said
estate are notified; and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said es
tate ar requested to make immediate n..
meut to the undersigned.
iAiieu iuis nth day ol April, A. D. ls.77.
JAME3 WILLI. Adm'r.
4 liaueery Nelli e.
Notice Is hereby given to Creed Ritc'.de
that Kllabeth Ritchie on the 2d day ol
April, 1877, filed in the circuit court of Al
exauder county, State of Illinois, her bill
iu chancery iur a divorce from him, the
said Creed Ritchie, and that thereupon a
summons in chancery issued out ol said
court at the suit ol said Elizabeth Ritchie
and against the said Creed Ritchie return
able to a term of said court to 1 holden
at tbs court house in Cairo, in said Alex
ander county, on the third Monday of
May, A. D., 1S77, which said suit is now
pending before said court.
April 3d. IS77. j.td
Emma Overlin, defendant, is notified that
on the 10th day of April, 177, A. T. Over-
in complainant, tiled his bill in chancery
In the Alexander Co. Circuit court, .State of
Illinois for divorce, and that said suit Is
now passdlug iu .aia court, i hat there
upon a summons was issued out of the
clerks office of said court against you, re
turnable oa tho third Monday in May, 1877,
to a term of said court, then to be holden
at the court hou-e, in Cairo, in id county
and state. JOHN A. REEVE. I lerk.
J. t . MIAVEK, Complainants Solicitor.
Dated April 10, lt77.
Joaeph A. Phillips. Ie Phillips, .itcbailah C
hillips, (.aroluie J. Hannah an-1 l.lizleth
ft. li,sengr-en are notified that on the Stb day
ol April, is77, the trubteesof schools ol town
ship sovtntren South raujiel one wet,
coinplairiaut llled its bill in chancery aguimt
you uil Margiurt A. K ounce. It-rjiuHiin
Parker and Byron Hlake, a-tm.rns-
tiator, etc. deiendenU in tne Aiexauder
county curruit court iu the ntate i ( Illinois for
foreclosure of mortgage, and that said suit
is new pending io said oourt;thata summons
thereupon issued out of suid court against said
detendent-, returnable on tne third Monday
ol May Ie,7, to a term of said oiui t then to be
Boldsu at the tcourt house in the citv of Cairo,
in said Alexander county . ;
.l.-kllW A llmwxm ..1..1
April inth, l-VTCt
Estate of Charles Bocktr decease.1.
'1 hu uudeisigned, having been appointed
mtnistrator of the estate of Charles lioeker,
oi tne county ol Aleiunder and shite of 1111
aois, ueceiueu, neriny gives aotice that he will
ail"r ueiore toe county court (if Alexande
wuuij, at tne tyinn notise in Cairo bt the Apr
term, on the thirl Moo.tsv in si.rii .
which tuue all persons having claims against
uunueu awi n qiiesu-u to attend
tor the purpose of having the same adjusted
All persons indebted to said estate arc re.iuesied
In m alio ini.i. .1 1.. ..... 1 1
. -""-"; .arment to toe nnneraigncd
Dated tihs .Al day of sebruary, A. i. 1-77
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anil strengthen the system by freeing
It from the elements of weakness.
Adapted to all ages ami conditions
in all climates, containlm; in-iUur
calomel nor any deleterious .inu,
these Pills may be taken with sub iv
by anybody. Their sugar-coatim; pi.
hervea them ever fresli and makes
them pleasant to take; while lieiin;
purely vegetable, no harm can a-is.
ftoin tlicir use iu any quantity.
Dr. J. C. AYER ti CO., Lowell, Mas?.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
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