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68, 70, and 72 Vine Street CINCINNATI
Whereas, on the flrst day of June, A. D.
In". John J. nunur and Marlah Hunter,
bis wife, of tbe co uty of l'ulu?ki and
ttute ol Illinois, made, executed aud m
know.euged In due torni of law, and deliv
eied to the undersigned, a trust deed to
secure the payment of two promissory
notes Oated Puiaki, III., June Ht, 134
one for live hundred and tiny dollar
(fb,"o (JO) and tbe other lor live hundred
and forty-nine dollars and eigbty-thrcc
cents (Mit.83) tbe former payable twelve
months, and the latter eighteen months
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ders gned with ten per cent, interest per
annum payable semi-annually, both of the
saidtiotes being signed by U.K. rorttrtield
and the said John J. Hunter by the style
of J. J. Hunter; by which said trust deed
tbe said John J. Hunter aud said Manuh
Hunter, bis wife, conveyed in trust, to tbe
undersigned free from all homestead
rfb(K and to secure the payment of said
notes, the following described real estate,
situate, lying and being in tbe said county
of Pulaski and state ot Illinois, namely:
The northeast quarter of tbe northeast
quarter of section sixteen (ltii, township
hfteen (lf), (sotitb) range No. one (1; we: t,
containing forty acres, ruoreorlcss also the
loiiowing- ucHLTitieu parcel oi land. namely :
beginning at a stuko on the west line of the
rlcbtof way of the Illinois Central railroad
company one hundred and filtv feet i
south eleven degrees twelve minutes
wekt, from the junction of said
riant of way with the fouth
line of Oak street, in the town of l'tilas-ki ;
thence running west, eleven degrees and
twelve minutes north, fifteen rods ; thence
north, eleven degrees and twelve minutes
east,twenty-iive feet; theucc eaBt,elcven de
grees and twelve minutes south.bftcen rods
thence south, eleven decrees and twelve min
ut;s went, twenty-live leet to the pluce ot
rods, more or less, situated in town and
county ot Pulaski and state of Illinois, be
ing a part of the northwest quarter of nee
tion htteen (15), township No. fifteen (in),
touth ruuge one (1) wei-t of tbc third prlnci
ti.il meridian: also a narcel ot laud deecrib.
ed as follows, namely : Commencing ten :
cliuins and ninety links vouth i
went corner ot section nueen town-
ship fifteen (lo). souih rantre one (1) went
thenua cast thirteen chains and twenty.
five huks-, thence souUi.sixteen degree and
tairteen minmea west, fourteen chains ana
twenty links ; tbeuce south, aeventy-tnree
degrees uua tniriy-eigut minutes west, two
chains ana tbirty-tnree nnns ; tnonce sotitn,
sixteen degreesand forty minute west, four
chains and twelve linns ; tuence itouiti nine
;halns and seven liuks; thence east lie
chains and eighty-one links ; thence soutli,
sixteen dcg. and twcnty-tive uiinutce
(west), four chains and thirty-one links;
then, west ten cnuuii arid twelve links :
then, north on section line to the place of
beginning, containing twenty six end
eighty-six one-hunaredths acres, and Mt-
uuieu in ruiubKi couuty anu staie oi Illi
nois; also lots "oh. one (1), two (2), three
(a) lour (), live (5) and six (ti)in block No.
Fourteen (14) in tbe town of l'ulatkl,
Pulaski County Illinois.
And Whereas, it is provided in "said
trust deed which was duly recorded in tbc
recorder's office ot Pulaski county, Illinois,
on the Uay Ul dul y A. t. loll, iu Look
"W" on page V12, tbut if default should be
made in the payment of the said notes or
any part tnereol, accoi ding to tbe tenor and
etlect thereof.tbe undei signed mightse!! tbe
said preml eg or any part thereof and all
the right and eqity ol redemption ot the
raid Joua J. and Mariub Hunter their heirs
executors, administrators or assigns,
therein, at public vendue to the highest
bidder lor cash, after first having adver
tised fuch sale ten days in a newspaper
published in Cairo, Il.iuols, or by posting
up written or printed notices in tour (4)
public places in the county wber sail
premises are situate aod upon making
said sale to execute and deliver to tbe
purchaser or purchasers deeds for the con
veyance in fee of the premises said, the
right ot homestead being waived sad re
leased in stld trust and acknowledge
Aud Whereas, default has been uivle iu
tbe pymentot tbe raid notes und each ot
litem and of tbe iuti rest thereon.
Now Thoretore, on Saturday the 6tb, d iy
of May at tbe hour of one o 'clock In the
afternoon, at the Ironf dnor of the court
bause. in Mound City, Pulaski county Illi
nois, tbe undersitrned Hill proceed to sell
sa d premises and ull tbe right and equity
ot redemption ot thn said John J. and il Ur
iah Hunter, their heirs, and assigns
therein, and free from all homestead rights,
to the highest bidder fur canb in band to
pay and satisfy said notes ; and will, on
making aale thereof, execute and deliver
to the purchaser, or purchasers, good and
"urticient deed, or deeds, therefor,
Kicuakd A. Hi'.ngekfokd, J rutee.
Cairo, III., April 10th, ic77.
Whereas John H. Phlllis and Uacbel J.
Pbillis his wife, did by a certain deed or
trust bearing date March tbe 1st 1STU,
convey unto Charles A. Scoiield, guardiau
of the minor beirsol William 11. Scotield,
deceased, the following real estate situate
iu the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and State of Illinois aud known aDd des
ignated upon the recorded plat of said city
as follows, to-wit: Lota numbered l'J and
i iu block numbered -', and lots 5, 0 and
7 in block 74, and lot ten (10) and tbe south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one in the hist addition to the city ot
Cairo aforesaid, in trust, however, to se
cure the prompt pay ment ol a certain prom
iasory note or that date, duly executed
by tbe said John B. Pbillis, for tbe sum of
f L1M.68, and made due and payable to tbe
said Charles A. Scoiield, guardian as afore
said, twelve month after date with inter
eat thereon from date at tbe rate of ten
per cent per annum. And whereas said
uote la now past due and no part thereof has
been paid aud the aui 1 John B. Phiilii has
made default in tbe payment "I thymine.
Now therefore, I, the a tid Charles A. Sco
tield guardian e aforesaid do hereby noti
fy tbe said John H. Pbillis and Barbel J.
Pbillis and all whom It may concern that
by virtue of said deed ot trust aud tbe
power therein conferred on me, I will at
the hour of eleven o'clock, a. m. on tbe
zlst day April, A. D. 1M77, at the westerly
court bouse door iu tbe city ol Cairo in
said county, sell at public out try for cash
in hand the above mentioned real estate or
o much thereof a may be necessary to
pay and discharge said promissory uote
and the interest thereon and the necessary
expenses of executing said trust.
Guardian of tbeminorheiiaof William U.
Cairo. Ills., March lidli 177.
To the Worklnsr 4 lata. W. are nnw
prcjn I to furmab ail claa-se with constant em.
pluyiueut at ltoan. tb. whole ot the time, or lor
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tuti.te of James Garland, deceased.
The undersigned, havinir been a pointed ex
ecutora or tbe estate of Jiitnes (iarland. late ot
the county of Alexander and state or Illinois,
deceased, hereby give notice that they will ap
pear. before. the county court of said county, at
the court house in Cairo ot the April term, on
the third Monday in April next, at which time
all persons having claims again.! said CHtnte
are not i lied and rrqueMeil to attend for the pnr
Jiose of having the some adjusted. All r
aona Indebted to said estate are refnteil to
make immediate pavment to the uudcrsigticd.
Dated this ilith day of Keh, ls?7,
Ad iiid Comings and 1'. M. Slo( KKFLtTH,
Kstateof Alexander C. Ridae, deceased.
The uuderitigned, having bn appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Alexander C.
llodge late of Die county of Alexander and
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice
that he will aear before the county court of
Alexumlrr county, at the court nouns in Cairo,
at the April term, on the third Monday in April
next, at which time all .erson having claims
ajrainat Paid estate are uotilled and requested to
attend f r the purpose of having the twine ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate are
reiiierted to make immediate payment to the
Iated tbisSftlh day of Feb.A. P. is".
3 l-w"t Administrator.
: gtate of Illinois Alexander County n.
! In tbo Alexander County Circuit Court.
; Willinm W. Huey, vs. Eugene fiaragbty
I and Louisiana daraghtv, William 11.
(iale, Alcinda B Oale, Catharine Gale,
Jacob 11. Biuroiigh and Hobert L. Wil-
; Bill to reform and foreclose mortgage.
Public notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of a decree rebdered in the
nbove entitled cause in said court at the
January term, A. D. 1877, 1, John t. Her
man, master in chancery of said county,
i will on Friday, tbe ,Xth day of Man b.A. 1.
) 177, at the hour of two o'clock p.m. of
xaid day sell at public auction to tbe high
est bidder for cash iu hand, at tbe south
westerly door of the court bouse in tbe
city of Cairo, in the
county of Alexander
ami Mate of nunc
Illinois, the following des-
I crtbfid real estate, all situate. Ivinir and be
ing in um said county oi Alexander ana
Hate of Illinois, to-wlt: The north-fas
quarter (if tbe south cast quarter ot sec
tion No. twenty (20), in township No. four
teen (U), south raoge three (1) west.
Also: The fractional south-west quartei
section of thirty :10) in eaid township.
Also: The fractional north half ol tec
tion tblrty-oue (ul) in said townehlp.
AIo: The cast ball of the fi action a
eouth-eat quarter of section No. twenty.
j four (21), in township No. loutrcen (14),
soma range (4) west.
Also: The fractional east half ol sec'-lon
No. twenty live (ia) in township lourtten
tit), sown ranee (4) west.
Also: The wett half of the fouth-west
quarter und the south-west quarter of tbe
north-west quarter ol section twenty-nine
t.;i), in townsnip jo. lourtcen (14) south
raDue three (3i west.
Also: Four hundred and two acres, more
or icss, uciug a tract oi land known us "ac
ceretion or male land" lying in townships
fourteen (14 south range threo and four
weatol th thir.l prinaipal anartdian. ami
lying south-west of section twenty-rive (2 5
in towoanip lourteen (14) soutn range four
west, and south-west ot fractional sections
thirty and thirty-one In towneh p fourteen
(14) south r autre three Ci) weht.anrf hnnndml
I on the western ana southern line by tbe
Mississippi river, together with all and
singular the privileges aud appurtenances
theieuuto belonging aud tbereti apper
taining. OUIl.N y. 111KMAS,
Mater in Chancery
Cairo, ills., March ad, A. D. 1?77.
State of Illiuoix, Alexsndsr County ss.
In the Alexander Coitny Lircuit court,
John P. rroderick vs. George Krwln, John
I. r.1 win, r lorence hrwin, William W,
trwin and Elizabeth . liuiat.
Bill lor Partition.
i uouc notice is uerooy gien that in
pursuance ol a decree rchuered by said
court in tne above entitled cause, at the
January term tbereoi, A.l.,ls;7, I.John
tt. uariuan. Aia-ter in c uancery of said
county, wm on r riday, tbe Sitta day of
March. A. u. is., 7, at the hour of Ten
O'clock a. m. of said day, seli at public
i endue to me nigue-i bidder ut the lront
aoor oi tne court house, in the city of
Cairo in said county and Hate, the follow
ing described real estate and preniir.es to
The South-west quarter ol the north.
eastquaiter and the west hall of the south
east quarter oi section thirteen (13), town
snip uitecnti.)), souiu range two U) west
in tne said county or Alexander and state
of Illin3is, said eoutli-vvcst quarter ef ilia
north-east quarter, appraised at One
Thousand dollars, uud said west half of th9
south-west quarter, appraised at Twelve
Hundred Thirty-three dollars and Thirty,
three cents; said lamia will not be sold for
less than two-tuinls their aforesaid
appraised value, and will be sold
subject to the yearly dower of Eliza
beth Schmatz. amounting to tbe
sum of Thirty-three and one-third dollars
which is a lien on aid land au i premises,
said sum of Tbirty-tl.ree and one third
dollar to be paid by the owner or owners
of said land on the lirrt d n- of January in
each and every year during her natural
Ida and for tbe time before tlie tirst day ol
January. A. D. 1978, ,he dull be paid tho
.UhL ,roP.ortlor 01 "'mi, computing
Irora the day ol sale.
Terms of sale subject to the foregoing
cond!Uons,One-,a.f ol the purchase
money to be paid cash in hand, the otbe
hall on a credit ol twelve months Irora the
day of sale, deferred payment to be eyl
Uenced by tho purchaser's note, drawing
i J" t,llt- interfct, and secured by
deed of trL-t on the premises sold. A deed
or conveyance in due lorra will be execut
ed to tbe inir.-ha-.er on the day of sale.
John J. Hakman,
, , . ... . Master in Chancery.
Cairo M(trch 7th J877i
EataU of Cbaile Bocker deceased.
. . 'en,VtuA, having been appointed ad
miniatrator of ult entate of Charles ilocker, ate
Sol. .il "uu,',"1 Alexander and state of Jlli
.n -Jr?"11, "nlf K'ves notice that he will
lim... ..".rLe eounty court Ol Alexander
u.rm'f.nVh ir? at lu. April
T.i ? . P1 " traona baving
lor the purpose of having the
Ad persona indebted to Jf,l (m
...L. v. . - Jiouaay la Aiiru nex. at
ig claim against
i(ueteU to utlend
iA turn, nrtiitlul
litraona indel.i,i . Jr.i .
10 lUOKe lllilllrrililv ,,,.,,,,,, ,,n,l..rZl...,.ul
Iatcd l,13 .:j ,iuy of Kebruary, A. ft. Is?7
tusm"L ,w- l'ook U hereby notified that
it. , rnn-ou h ,5ln day ol Decern
n,. . .,' ''O. ued out of the circuit
coin t olAlexcnder county, State of Illinois,
S r'1,0' 'ttachmcut against him, tbe said
V W Sk "J ' a"tate, for the
JJJ,W 'Pn.e hundred and ten dollars (f 110..
w), which said writ has been returned ex.
ecuua by levy on real estate, and is now
pending beiore said court. Now unless tbe
rifJ'iJf1 V'.Vv0 appear, giva ball
and plead within the time limited lor hi a p.
pearanee in such ease. Judgment will be
f "m rJ !ltn ta io attached will be
a .J,fi,S,A' WSVE, Clrcuil Clerk.
Aprii Jd, 1670. d-td
w - - ntr
Stat, of Illinois, Alexander County ss !
In th. Alexander t'onnty t-ltcult Court, Hnry
Whiioamp ve, IU Held, Andrew Hei.L Marjr
Rtuhbs, et aJs.
Bill to foreclose mortgage.
Public notice la hereby given, that in persn
aaeeor a decree rendered in the above emit list
cause, in naid court, at the January term, A.l.
1hi7, I, John y. Hi - o , master in chancery
of said county. wU: i Friday the luth day of
March A . 1. .- tho hour of eleven
(M) o'clock a m. fj,d d day, sell at public
vendtieto the hiirhcsi ,i I dcr lor cah in hand,
at the frontdoor ot the louTthnnse In tin. city
of Cairo, county of Alexander and fut ot li'i
nols, ths following descritieil real entnte, to
wlti lbe nortb-eant quarter of the north-run!
quarter of section number thirty-two ( ) in
township number six teen (16) Booth range two
I) west of the third principal meridian iu the
county of Alexander and aisle of Illinois to
gether with the nppurlcnancea and privileges
thereunto belonging or aniirrtainlng'
, JOHN O. I1AHMAW.
... . Master in Chancery.
Cairo, Ills., February II, l77.
Eslate of Gove M. 'Willia, deeeased:
The undersigned, having been appointed
administrator of the estata of tlovc. M
M Willis late ot the county of Altxander
and state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice that he will appear beforo the
county court of Alexander county, at the
court liotiso in Cairo at the June term, on
the third Monday In June next, at which
timeal I persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having tbe name
adjusted. All persona indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this 11th flay of April, A. H. 1H77.
JAMES WILLIS. Adm r.
Emma Ovcrlln, defendant, is notified that
on the inth day of April. 1S77, A. T. Over
lin complainant, tiled his bill in chancery
in tbe Alexander Co. Circuit court, State of
Illinois for divorce, and that said mlt la
now pending in said court, lliat there
upon a summons was issued out of tbe
clerks oilice ol aij court against you, re
turnable on tbe third Monday in May, 1877,
to a term of said court, then to be holdcn
at tbe courthouse, in Cairo, in said county
and state. JOHN A. HE EVE. Clerk.
J. C. SHAVEli, Complainants Solicitor.
Dated April 10, 1S77.
Joseph A. rhillipi, Lee Phillips, Zachailuli C.
I'hilhps, Caroline J. llarmab and hii.uU-tli
K. Koser.green are notified that on the t th (Jay
of April, Is;;, the trustee of schools o I town
ship seventeen south range one west,
complainant filed its bill in chancery attaint
you and Mariraret A. Koonre, itenjarain
Parker and Ityron F. libike, adminis
trator, etc. delendenta in the Alexander
county curcuit court in the stale rf Illinois for
foreclosure of mortirage, and that said suit
is now pending in snid coiirtjtbat a summons
thereupon issued out ofaaid court against ald
df fendents, returnable on tne third Monday
of May n;7, to a term of eaid court then to l
liol'len at the tcourt houee in the city of Cairo,
iu said Alexander county . :
Joii1 A. Keeve, cler.
Vpril Pith. leM
Notice Is hereby given to Creed Hltc'.de
that Ellztbeth Kitchie on tbe 'id dar of
April, 1877, tiled in the circuit court ot Al
exander county, State of Illinois, her Mil
in cuancery tor a divorce from him. the
sa'd Creed P.itchie, and that thereupon a
piunmons in chancery it-aued out ot said
court at the suit of said Elizabeth Ritchie
and against the said Creed Ritchie return
able to a term ot said court to 1 bolden
at the court bouse in Cairo, in said Alex
ander county, on the third Monday of
.nay, a. it., is. ,. which said suit is now
pendiQg before said court.
johs A, KLl.v e, Circuit Clerk.
April ad 1877. d-td
Estate ol Joseph P. Cameron, deceased.
Tbe undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the estate of Joseph P.
Cemeion, late of the county of Alexander
and Stat ol Illinois, deceaed, hereby
gives notice that she will aDDear before
the county court of Alexander county, at
the court house in Cairo at the May term,
on the third Monday iu May next, at which
tune all pernors bavint; claims auatutl snld
estate are notified and requested to at '.end
for the purpose ol having tbe same ad-
lusted. All persons lodepted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay-
iiiriii 10 wie uaviursigneu.
Dated, this Irtih day of March. A. D..
ici i. i.-iivuvnr. a (.AJir.au., aodi x
March U-w tit
Estate ol V.'ilJiam Bracken, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
admini-Lratrix of the e-tato ot William
Bracken, late ol tbe county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
nonce mar. fcne win appear beiore the
county court ol Alexander county, at tbc
court ustiso in calto at the June term,
on tne nurd Monday in June next, at
which time ali persons having claims
against ald estate are notified and ra
quested to attend for the purpose ol having
tho time adjusted. All persons indebted
to sanj t-iaie are requested to make linuie
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 17lh day of April, A. D. 1877.
Caroli.sk E. UltACK x,
Nt rayed or Mole
A Hull dox. all white witli the eiceution n
one black spot aver the left eye. The dog has
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m hia la,irCtil rwnf a ,V. . . ..-i,,-,..... .
...... -' ' , v. wuuv. ,U-VUUUa I 't
the full extent ol Hie law .
4 linnrery Notice.
Charles Thomas defendant ia notified il.ui ....
March UTth, ls77, Faniue '1 Iiorui cjinplainaiit
llled her bill in chancery, in the Alexander
county circuit court. Mate of lllinoia, lor Ui
vorcc and that said suit ia now tending in said
court: That thereuiion a summons was maued
out ol the clerk's oiHc. of said court aguiuat
you returnable on the third Monday in Mav
1S77, to a term of aaid court then to I holdcn at
tbe court houe in Cairo iu said countv und
Dated March V, IS",
... Jotii A. Rasvi,
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