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rKOVlSlONS, FLOUli, GRAIN SEEDS, DRIED FRUIT,
MATCHLESS AND FRUIT CAKE TOBACCO. ' J :
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street CINCINNATI
Whereas, on the first day ol tune, A. D.
1S74, .loiitt .f. Hunter and Muriah Hunter,
his w ife, of the 10 nty of I'ulacki ami
state of Illinois, mnde, executed aud as
ktiowleoired in due form of law, anil doHv
eied to tbo unilcrsfgned, a trust deed to
secure the payment of two promissory
notes duted Pulaski, III., June lt-t, 1874
one for nve hundred and fifty dollar
If r.V 00) and the oilier lor live hundred
and lorty-nlne dollars and elgtaty-turco
cents t."4H.M( the former payable twelva
mouths, and the latter eighteen months
afterdates thereof, to the order of the tut
dcrsgned with ten per cent. Interest per
annum payable semi-annually, both of the
saidnotes being signed by H.F. l'orterllelil
and the said John J. Hunter lv the style
of .J. J. Hunter: by which said trust de"
the snid John .. Hunter and said Marian
Hunter, his wife, conveyed in trust, to the
undersigned free from all homestead
rights n ad to secure the payment of said
notes, the following described real estate. I
situate. Iviui; aud being in the said rotiuty I
ot 1'uliiskl und state of Illinois, namely: (
j tie nortneast quarter oi ma nortaeaxt
quarter of section sixteen (10), township .
fifteen (K), (south) range No. one (1) we: I,
containing lorty acres, more or less; also the 1
following described parcel of land, namely : ;
iteginning ui a sutKe on t:ie weaiune oi tue (
right of way of the Illinois Central railroad
company one hundred nml fifty feet I
south eleven degrees twelve minutes
west, from the junction ol said
right of way with tlio louth .
line of Oak street in the town ot l'ttlaski ; I
thence running west, eleven degrees and
twelve minutes north, fifteen rods ; thence !
uorth, eleven degrees and twelve minutes I
east,twenty-five feet; thence east, eleven de
grees and twelve minutes south. litteen rods j
thence south, eleven degrees audtweU e tnin- .
tiUrs west, twentv-hve feet to the Dlacc of
beelnnlnir, containing twenty-three (muiirel
or Jess, situated in town and
county of l'ulaski and state of Illinois, be
ing a pari oi ino norm west quarter or soc
tion tilteen (l.'i), township So. fifteen riA),
couth range one (1) west of the third princi
pal meridian : also a parcel ot land describ.
ed as follows, namelr : Commencing ten
chains and ninety links south of the north-1
west corner of section lilteeu (15), town- ,
hip fifteen (!."). south range one (l) west
thence east thirteen chains and twenty.
five links; thence soutli.sixteen degrees and
thirteen minutes west, lourteen chains ana
twenty links ; tneuce south, seventy-three
degrees ana tuiriy-cigni minutes west, iwo
chains and thirty-three links ; thence south,
sixteen degrees ana lorty minutes west,iour
chains and twelve links ; thence south nine
zhatns and seven links ; thence east five
chains and eighty-one links ; thence south,
sixteen deg. and twenty-five minutes
(west), four chains and thirty-one links ;
then, west ten cnains ana twelve links :
then, norm on section line to tue place ot
beginning, - containing twenty six and
eighty-six one-hundredths acres, and sit
uated in Pulaski county aud state of Illi
nois; also lots Nos. one (1), two (2), three
(3) tour(4),:tlve (5) and six (ii)in block No.
Fourteen (14) in the town of Pulaski,
Pulaski County Illinois.
And Whereas, it is provided in said
trust deed which was duly recorded in the
recorder's oQicc ol l'ulaskl county, Illinois,
on the 24th, day of July A. t). 1KH, in hook
W" on page T-i, that H delautt should be
made in the payment of the said notes or
any parttnereof, according to the tenor and
effect thereof, the undersigned mightselt the
said premises or any part thereof and all
the right and eqity ot redemption of the
said Joun J. aid .Marian Hunter their heirs
executors,' administrators or assigns,
therein, at public vendue to the highest ;
bidder for cash, after first having adver- !
tised such sale ten days lu a newspapef j
published in Cairo, Illinois, or by posting I
up written or printed notices in four (4) ;
public places in the county where sail 1
premises are situate and upon making j
said sale to executo and deliver to the
purchaser or purchaser deeds for the con
vcyancc in fee of the premise sold, the !
right ol homestead being waived and re- !
Ivased in said trust aud acknowledge 1
And Whereas, default has been made in
the ymentot the said notes and each of
them and of the interest thereon.
$ow Therefore, on .Saturday the 6th,d;y
of Ma? gt the hour of one o'clock lit the
afternoon, at the front door of the court
huuse, in Mound dry, Pulaski county nil
nois, the undersigned wjll proceed to sell
said premises and all the tigUt and equity
of redemption of the said John j. and Mar
iah . iiuntcr, 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 end
sultieieut deed, or deeds, therefor.
KlCUAKD A. llLMitKKOUK, 1 fllstCO.
CiHo, III., April lutli. 1?77.
AVhereas John U. Phillip and iUchcl J.
Phillis bis wile, did by a curtain deed of
trust bearing date March the 1st l&'ti,
convey unto Charles A. Hcotield, guardian
of the minor heirs ot William II. Scotield,
deceased, the following real estate situate
in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and ttate of Illinois and known and des
ignate J upon the recorded plat of said city
as follows, to-wit: Lots numbered 1: and
20 in block numbered Z'J, and lots 5, u and
7 in block 74, and lot ten (10) and the south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one in the first addition to the city ol
Cairo aforesaid, in trust, however, to se
cure the prompt paymentof a certain prom
issory note of tuat date, duly executed
by the said John B. 1'hilll., for the sum of
,153.38, and made due aud payaiih) to the
said Charles A. Scotield, guardLu as al'oru
said, twelve months after date with inter-
IU1I CUU I1UUI UaiO Mb IUU I.ID V. .L'U
per cent per annum. And whereaa said
note is now past due and no part thereo. has
been paid and the sai l John B. PhillU has
made default in the payment of tha fame.
Now therefore, I, the slid Charles A. eVo
field guardian as aforesaid do hereby noti-
yinusaia John b, l'billls ana KachclJ.
fhiltis and all whom it may concern that
by virtue ot s.td deed ot trust and the
power therein conferred pa me, I will at
the hour of eleven o'clock, a. m. on the
21st day April, A. D. 1877, at the westerly
court house door iu the city of Cairo in
said county, sell at public out cry for ca.h
in hand the above mentioned real estate or
so mucn thereof as may be necessary to
pay and discbarge said promissory note
and the interest thereon and the necessary
expenses ot executing said trust.
Guardian of the minor heirs of William 11.
Cairo. Ills., Murch l'Jth ls77.
To the WorklMfe- riaysiii.-We are now
prepared to furnl.h all claea with constant em.
ploymeut at bom., the wU.l. of Uie tune, or lor
their spar rooiuenla. llu.ines new, light awl
prolluble. J'crsona of either sex easily earn
iroro &ooeotsto 5per evening, aud a propor
business. Hoys and girls earn nearlva aJi!
as men. J hat all Who see Una notice may
their eddrea. sod tnt the biuineaa w. .1..-
niandleled oiler: To such at are not well satis
we will M-nd one dollar to pay for the
troubl Of Wrilioif. full tiartktulara. am.,,1.
Worth aevoral dollars to couiuieute work on
and a copy (jflfouie anil f'iieaide, UM of u,t
arKiai and be l illuatraksl publiuations, all sent
leebviuail. .l,u-r. ii i-;.n .-.,
Kd"b!Sir.0rt o-e bruiii to. fort
. AilmlMt'tralwr'a A'otlre.
Kstate of . lames' .nrland , decesscd. ;
Theundersigneil, lisin tiecn nppointed ex.
ecutors of the estate of Jaine t.aiiatnl. bile ot
the county of Alexander and stale of Illinois,
deceased, hereby give notice that they will ap
pear.lieforeltheooiintv court of said county, at
the court house in t airo at the April term, on
the third Monday in April next, at which time
all iiersons haviug cIhiius against sabl estate
are notilied and requested to attend lor the imr
iiose or having the same adjusted. All iier
sons indebted to said estate arc request.! to
inske immediate payment lo the undersigned.
Hated this '.Hlh "lay 'f Keb. Is, 7,
Ai.niiuCoaiimi and K. M. tovEkkletiI,
Kstnteof Alexander C. Ilodiri'S, decoased.
The undersigned, having been ai'iioiiiUil ad
uiiH.'taiui r ihe estate ir Alexanfl. r i
Hodges late of the county of Alexander mid
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he M ill appear before the county court of
Alexander county, at tin court house in Cairo,
at the April term, on the third llond iy in April
next, at which time all f crsont having ( hums
agninst said estate are notilied and requested to
attend lor the purpose of having the same ad-iu.-tod.
All persons indebted to said unite arc
reiiicled to make immediate payment to the
Huteil Hub 20th day of 1'cb. A. P. 1T7.
3 1-W't Administrator.
gtnte of Illinois, Alexander County m.
In the Alexander County Circuit Court.
William W. Hucy, vs. Eugene tinraghty
and Louisiana liaraghtv, William II.
(iule, Alcinda B (Jale. Calliariiie tiale,
Jacob II. Burrough and Robert 1 Wil
son. BUI to reform and foreclose mortgage.
l'ubllc notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of a decree rendered in the
above entitled cause in said court at the
Januurv term. A. 1. 1877. I. John O. liar-
man, master in chancery of said county.
w ill on Friday. tho ;0th Uv of March. A. It.
J S ; 7, at the hour of two o'clock p.m. of
said day sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash in hand, at the south
westerly door of the court house in the
city of Cairo, in the county of Alexander
and Btate of Illinois, tha following dos
cribed real estate, all situate, lying and be-
ing initio saia county oi Alexander and
state of Illinois to-wit: The north-eas
quarter f the south east quarter ot sec
tion No. twenty (20), in township No. four
teen (14). south range three (3) west.
AUo: The fractional south-west quartet
section of thirty (;W) in said township.
Also: Tho fractional north half ot sec
tion thirty-one (31) in said township.
Also: The east half of the fractiona
south-east quarter of section No. twenty.
louruij, in townsnip o. loutreen (14),
south range (4) west.
Also: The fractional east half of section
no. twenty-five (&) In township lourteen
(14), south ran ire (4) west.
Also: The west half of the south-west
quarter and the south-west quarter of the
norm-west quarter oi section twenty-nine
(i!t), in township No. fourteen (14; south
range three (;ii west.
Also: Four hundred and two acres. mori
i or less, being a tract of land known as "ac-
cereuon or male land" lying in townships
fourteen (14 south range three and four
wegtot the third principal meridian, and
lying south-west of section twenty-five ii 5
in townshiD lourteen (14i south ranirn four
west, and south-west ot fractional sections
I miriy uuu luiny-oue in township fourteen
m; Bouiii range inree (3) west.and bounded
i on iue western anil southern line bv the
Mississippi river, together with all and
singular the privileges and appurtenances
; uieremuo ut longing ana thereto apper
liuiu. JOHX UAKMAX,
Master in Chancery.
Cairo, ills., March ad, A. D. 177.
.VI lister's Male.
State of Illinois, Alexander County ss.
In the Alexander County Circuit Court.
! John P. Hroderick vs. lieorgc Erwin, John
J. Erwin, Florence Krwin, William W.
Erwin and Elizabeth Schmatz.
Bill tor Partition.
I Public notice is hereby given that in
! pursuance of a decree rendered by said
' .Aiirl In IK. .1 . . l
t"ul auotc cutuieu cause, ai ine
January term thereol. A. D., Is77, I, John
O,. Uarnian. Master in Chancery of said
county, will 011 Kridav, the .toth day of
March, A. O. IN7, ut the hour of Ten
O'clock a. in. of said dav, sell nt public
vendue to the lilhe.-t bidder at the front
aoor ot the court house, in the city of
euro in saiu county and state, the follow
ing described rtai ttate and premises to-
auartef of the north
i east qustter and the we.t half ol the soyth-
east quarter ot section thirteen (13), town.
suip uueeu u,, soutu rango two rij west
in the said county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, said south-west quarter tit tlu
north-ea-t quarter, appraised at One
Thousand dollars, and said west half of the
south-west quarter, appraised at Twelve
Hundred Thirty-three dollars and Thirty
three cents; said lands w ill not be sold for
lea than two-tuirds their aforesaid
appraised value, and will be sold
subject fo t!;e yearly dower of Eliza
betu Mcliiiiaiz. amounting to the
sum of Thiity-thruo and one-third dollars
which is a lieu on suid Und ani premise-,
said sum of Thirtv-three and oue-thlrd
dollars to be paid by'the owner or owners
of said land on the iirt d iy of January in
each and every year during her natural
life and for the time before the first day ol
January. A. D. l-vs, she shall be paid the
just proportior oi said sum, computing
from the day of .ale.
Terms ol sale subject to the foregoing
conditions, oue-balf ot the purchase
money to be paid cash In hand, the otue
hall on a credit of twelve months Irom the
a oi sale, dcleried payment to be ctI-di-nctid
by the purchaser's note, drawing
' per cent, interest, and secured by
deed ol tru.t on the premises sold. A deed
or coiivt j snee in due form will be execut
ed to the purchuscr on tho day of sale,
John (J. Hakmaj.', .
Master in Chuncery.
J-AiKii, III. March 7th, 1877.
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SUile of Illinois, Alexander County as
Intlie Alexander foiinlv t ircuit t'onrt, Henry
U hilcanip va, tiki Jteld, Andrew field, Mary
Ptitl'bs, et als.
Hill te foreclose niorhjn. ' '
Pnl.ltn n.ili... I. I...MI.0..I...,. il.l 1- ZA
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anoeof a decree rendered in the above entillisl
cause, in aaid court, at Ihe January term, A.l.
1. John y. t ar nn . master In chancery
of said county. wil..i Krlday Ihe Putt day of
March, A. I. the hour of eleven
(ii) o'clock a, in., t; ill d day, sell nt public
Vetldlia Ia ! hili... ..: I ... .. , i
at the front door oMhs t oart house In tlit city
v Kin,, riiiiniT oi Aiexnmier ami sinirot ii'i
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Witt The noil b -eiiM iiiarier of Hie niirih-ixisl
quarter of aeeiinn nnmls r MurlT-lwo (,rj) in
township nuiula r sixteen (Hi) south lauire two
il XI-PHt III HlA IIimhI ,.f tn......l i -
cvunly of Alexander ami slate of Illinois to
gether with the nppurtcnanees and privilegos
thereunto belongius; or aiipertaiutnir
' .. JOHN I). IIAKMAV.
"-'I Master In I h.iiwi rff
Cairo, Ills., rebruary ill, ls;7.
"'"Jte tt povo M. Winin, dcecascd:
. unuersigneii, ta tg been appointed
L?.M.trftor of 11,0 cst9 of Kvp. M
- i Int .,.the co"ty of Alexander
and state of II innia. n.i i,.,i.
give notice Uiat ho will appear before the
county court or Alexander county, at the
court liotisn In Cairo at the Juno 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 ef having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted' to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay.
incut to the undersigned.
Dated this lltli day of April, A. I). 1x77.
JAM KM WILLIS. Adm'r.
Elllllla Ovprlin. ilnfnn.l inf I. nn,i,:..a .1...
on the 10th day of April, 177, A. T. Over
lin complainant, tiled his bill in chancery
In the Alexander Co. Circuit Court, State of
Illinois for divorce, and that said suit is
HOW nemlini. Ill nntirl ,l,n..
, -- -- - ''-" v , ....b .III I U
upon u summons was issued out of the
viri a. i.'iuec in sum rourt Bg.1iu-l you, re-
turn-tble on the third Monday In May, ls77,
to n term of said court, then to be boldeu
ut the courthouse, In Cairo, in said county
and state. JOHN A. RKEVK. Clerk.
J. C, SllAVElt, Complainants Solicitor.
ll'it.wl A nril in 1
-loseph K. Phtllipa, I-i e I'hilliiis, Za. lisilali C
Phillips, Caroline J. Ilurnish and Kllalxtli
It. Itosengreen are notilied that on the nth i!ay
of April, IsTT, the trustees of schools of town
ship seventeen smith ranirel one west,
complainant tiled its bill in chancery Sifniti'-t
vou and Mara-aret A. Koonce, Jteniamin
Parker and Ityron K. lllnke, a-tininis-trator,
etc.. defenilents in the Alexander
county ctircuii court in tue slate or Illinois lor
foreclosure of wortane, and that said suit
is new (-endinK In sanl court'thata summons
thereupon IsaiKd out of said court asain-dsaid
drl'endenis, returnable on tiie third Monday
of May 177, lo a term nt'said court then lo bt
hold.o at the toourt house In the city of Cairo,
in said Alexander county . ;
Joil.t A. IUnvc, cler'i.
A)ril Mlli, l7'.t
Notice Is hereby given to ( reed Iiitc'.de
that Elizabeth Kitchio on the 2d dav ol
Aliril. 1HT7. filed in tbn ein.uil
exauder county, State of Illinois, her bill
iu t iiBiicery ior a uivotce irom Him, the
said Creed Kitchie, and that thereupon a
turamons in chancery issued out ol said
court at the suit of said Elizabeth Kitchie
ana against the said Creed Kitchie return
able to a term of ssld court lo be holden
at the court house In Cairo, in said Alex
ander county, on the third Monday of
May. A. D., 1877, which said suit is now
peuuiug neiore satl court.
JOH N A. UEE VE, Circuit Clerk.
April 3d lo77. d-td
Estate ot Joseph I. Cameron, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the estate of .fosenh p.
Cameron, late of the county of Alexander
ana runiu ot Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that she will appear before
the county court of Alexander county, at
the court house In Cairo nt the May term,
on the third Monday in May next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notilied and requested to attend
for the purpose ol having the same aiU
jusieu. ah persons indepted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay-
uieut io iuu unuersi-neu.
Dated, this Kith day ol March, A. D..
1877. MAKO AHETCAMEIION. Adm'x.
Estate ot William liracken, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the estate ot William
Itracken, late of the county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appear before the
county court ot Alexander county, at the
court beuse in Cairo at the June term,
on ma itiira Monday in June next, at
which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notilied and re
quested to attend for the purpose of having
uie same aujusieu. Ail persons indebted
to saiu estate are requested to make liumc
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 17th day of April, A. D. 1S77.
CaltOLIXK E. UltACIv S,
Estate of Green H. Parker, deceased
Tue undersigned, having been appointed
auiuiiusiriiion oi me esiaie ot lireen Ii.
Porker.lateof thecountv of Alexumler an,!
State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that they will appear before the county
court of Alexander cour.ty, at the Court
lloute in Cairo, at the June tenu, on the
Third Monday In June next, at which
time all persons laying claims against said
estate are notilied and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate
nre requesu-d to make immediate payment
to the undersigned. l
patea this 1Mb day of April A. I). 1S77
o Orkkxlkv and Joun II. Parkkk.
Nlroyea or Mole
A hull clog, all Hhite with the exception o
i.ueoiac emit isvcr Ihe leli eye. Th ilg hn
been iiiisM-d for about one one year. 1 he pur
ties who now have hiiuwill please return turn
... .... " "."er, orsuuer prosecution to
the lull extent ol the law.
( linnrery No I Ire.
Charles Thomas defendant Is notified that on
March 27h,lh77, Kan me Thomas compUinant.
tiled her bill ill rlianccry, iu the Alexander
county circuit court, btate of Illinois, for di
vorce and that said suit is now la-iidiiiv in said
court: That tii,.r..un . u, ............ "
out ot the clerk's oilice of said court aKaiust
wwh iviuiiiaiiie on me mira Monduy in Mav
ls77, to a U;r,i of ;aid court (hen to be holden ut
atate00"" CttU' " ,MJ ."nly and
Dated March 27, 1877.
Joiim A. ltaavx,
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to any address, on receipt of cents.
To ager.ts a liberal comuils.ion will be al
J. B. IIFFI5C0TT at CO., Fubliiberi
715 and 717 Market St.. Phila.
Tim Btantlanl article is com
jionntkHl with the greatest care.
Its c fleets arc an wonderful and
as satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded Lair to
its youthful eolor.
It removes all eruptions,. Itching
and tlandiuir. It gives th head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp ly it use
becomes white and clean. 1
I5y its tonic properties it restores
the papillary glands to their norma1
vigor, preventing baldness, tiu
making the hair grow thick am'
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so tH'cctual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M. D., State As
sayer of Massach usetts, says, The
constituents arc pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality ; ami
I consider it the Uest I'ltEPAiuiiosf
for its intended purposes."
Price. One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
Thin elegant preparation rnay bo
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other un
desirable shade, to brown or black,
at discretion. It is easily applied,
being in one preparation, and quick
ly and effectually produces a per
manent color, whipli will neither
rub nor wash off.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL L CO..
NASHUA, If. H.
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