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I'H.JOllN a. lit 'USKl-T.
1'.7 JeOeauu street Jauiavu
t-th'a Iti.Hl, ', kin-It. -.ui, 1 V,,t. , i.
alas. M-.strl't I .ii !., ;n ,
ttlUS tltt W vtiJ., lil
Whereas, on the first day of June, A. V.
1S74, .1 oil ii .1. Hunter an. 1 Marian Hunter,
lit wire, of the rooty of l'u I a kt antlr
Mateo' Illinoix, wade, executed and a
know e.ienl in due Inrm of law, .ttnl deliv
e.fd to the undersiirneit, trunt deed to
secure the payment or two promissory
notes dated riiiasKi, 111., June 1st, 1874
one tor five hundred and tirty dollar
ifh.Vi (K and the oilier tor five hundred
and torty-nine dollars biki eiiriiiy-iiiree
otnt.i iM'i.Sl) the former payable twelve
months, and the latter eighteen tuontha
after dates thereor, to the order of the tin
derRed with ten per cent, interest per
annum payable aemi-anniiniiy, nim oi me
saidtiotc beinir signed by li. V. Porterfield
and the said John J. Hunter by the style
of J. J. Hunter: by which said trust deed
the said John .1. Hunter nnd said .Marmh
Hunter, liia wife, conveyed in mint, to the
undersigned free from all homestead
rights nnd to secure tho payment ol said
notes, tho following described real estate,
situate, lying" nnd being In the said county
ol Pulaski and state of Illinois, namely:
The northeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section sixteen (1(1), township
tmeeii (1M. (south) range o. one l) wen.
containing forty acres, more or less; also the
inll.iwiiu.' ili'si-rilicd Darcel of land.namelv :
Keuinning at a stake on the west lino of the
rirtit of w ay ol the Illinois Central railroad
company one hundred and liltv feet
south eleven deirreea twelve minutes
west, from the junction of said
riL'ht of way with the foutb
liiiR r.f (Ink street in the town ol Pulaski
thence running west, eleven degrees and
twelve minutes north, fifteen rods; thence
north, eleven degrees and twelve niiuutes
east.twenty-liveteet; thence east, eleven de
gree ana twelve minutes south. uiieen roun
thence soutu.clevcn degrees andtwclvemiu
utes west, twenty-live teet to the plaeejof
Ijefinnini,', containing twenty-three (i,uars)
rods, more or less, situated in town aud
county of Pulaski and state of Illinois, be
ing a Part of the northwest quarter or sec
tion lilteen (l.". township No. fifteen (15),
i soma muf du. iji w m .....
pal meridian i also a parcel ot land decent).
ed as follows, rj.niiCiV : Commencing ten
chains and ninety links south of the north
west corner of section fifteen (l.i), town
ship fifteen il.")). south range one (I) west ;
thence vast thirteen chains and twenty
live links: thence south, sixteen degrees and
toirteen minute west, fourteen chains and
twenty links; theuce south, seventy-three
degrees and thirty-eight minute west, two
chains and thirty-three links ; thence south,
sixteen degrees and forty minutes west,four
chain nnd twelve links ; thence south nine
chains and seven links ; thence east five
chain and eighty-one links; thence south,
sixteen deg. and twenty-five minutes
(west), four chains and thirty-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, nnd sit
uated in Pulaski county and state of Illi
nois; also lots ion. one (lj, two (J), three
(.1) lour(4),'five (') and six (!)in block No.
Fourteen (14) in the towu ot Pulaski,
'ulaski County Illinois.
Andwnereas, it is provided in sum
trust deed which was duly recorded in the
recorder's office ot Pulaski county, Illinois,
on the 24th, day of July A. 1. 1874, iu book
W ' on page Vii, that it tieiauit should be
made in the payment of the said notes or
any part tnereol, according to tue tenor anu
cuect lliereol.tne uiHiei signecimigiitsen me
said preinl-es or any part tliereot and all
the riL'ht and euitv ot redemption oi me
said Jo in J. and Marian Hunter their heirs
exeeutors. administrators or a-signs,
therein, at public vendue to tue hlgtiesi
bidder lor cash, after first having adver
tised such sale ten days in a newspaper
published in Cairo, Illinois, or by posting
uo written or printed notices in lour (4)
public places in the county where sail
nremises are situate and upon making
said sale to execute and deliver to the
purchaser or purchasers deeds for tho con
vevance in feu of the premises gold, the
riJbt ol homestead being waived and re-
leased iu said trust und acknowledge
And Whereas, default has been made in
the ynu utot tho said uotes and each ot
them ani oi me interest inereon.
Now Therefore, on Saturday the ftth, day
of May at the hour of one o'clock In the
afternoon, at the front door of the court
hawse, in Mound City, Pulaski county Illi
nois, the undersigned will proceed to sell
saifl premises and all the rilit and equity
of redemption of Ihe said John J. acd .Mar
fan Hunter, their heirs, and assigns
therein, and free from all homestead rights,
to the highest bidder for ta-h in hand to
pay and satisfy said notes; and will, on
making sale thereof, execute and deliver
to the purcha-er, or purchasers, good and
sulliiient deed, or deeds, therefor.
KiLiiAhf) A. Hi'.N;r.KFOi:t', 1 rutee.
Caikm, Jll., April loth. Ie77.
Mute of Illinois, Alexander County- -s
In the Alcvau'ier ' ounty iiruit Lour;, Ib iiry
hidimp vs. K.la iU'ld, Andn w K i i, Mai)
Slul.ts, el uls.
I'.il! to foreclose mortjrsire.
Public notn is hereby yiven, that is sr-n-ance
of a decree renderwl in the above emit el
cauv, in sai l eoiiii, al tlm January term, A.l.
t-77. I. John Hi-O" i . fra-ter in en inr.ry
of taid cwuuty, wil. t I 1 ri lav the l-.ih day of
Mai'h. A. "D. ln hour of eevn
(1 1) o'el'k a tn. (J., d day. w-il at pubik
vendue to the hi he-.: 1 der l.r .-.-h li, Li.d.
at the frnt d-Kr of th ourt I.ol- in ttn city
of (. siro, r.Kinty of Alexander and Mate ol 1-. 1
no.s, the following denl-d real e-taie, to
wit: '1 be north--! quarter of toe nonh-t-ua.
quarter of sectiun turuUr Unrty-twv ') iu
torn lmhii n .mlr aixteen li') kouth rar,ge l v
(: rt nt the Hurl priaripkl meridian in the
eoiinly of Alexander so l state cf liliuoia to-i-eiher
with tne appartenances aiei pnni'e
Uiereunto Ia1ol,.'ii.i; or a rlaii.ii
J'jIIV ij. JIACMAN.
2-lt Ma-trr id Lhoiiiery.
Cairo, 11U-, fturuarv il J'77.
Whereas John 11. I'LUiis and Ka- hel J.
J'billis his wile, did by a certain deed of
trust bearing date .Van h the 1st
convey unto Charles A. scolield, (nardiau
of the minor heirs ol William II. .voueld,
deceased, the following real isiatc situate
in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and Mate of liliuoi', and known and dea.
U'liutel upon the recorded plat ol said city
as follow., to-wit: Low numbered l'j und
t in block numbered i, and lots ."i, i and
1 in block 74, and lot ten lib) and the south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one in the hist addition to the citv oi
Cairo aforesaid, in trust, however, to se
euro the prompt payment of a eertain prom
issory note of that date, duly executed
by the said John li. Thillls, fur the sum of
J,1.V!.., aud made due and payable to the
said Charles A. srofltld, guardian a aloru- 1
aaici. iweive moutn alter date wttfa inter
est thereon ftoui dalu at tbe rate of ten
percent per annum. And whereas said
note is now pal due and uo part thereof baa
been paid and the sui 1 John li. l'hillit ban
made default in tbe payment of tUssime.
Now therefore, 1, the sxld Charles A. tc
lield guardian as aforesaid do hereby noti
fy the said John li. 1'hillis and KaeliclJ.
1'hillis and all whom it may concern that
by virtue of said deed ol trust and the
power therein conferred on me, 1 will at
the hour ol eleven o'clock, a. m. oo the
Vd.t day April, A. 1). 177, at the westerly
court hou door iu the city ol Cairo in
said county, sell at publie out cry lor cash
in hand the above mentioned real estate or
so much thereof as may be oeceaeary to
pay and dUeburge said promikory uote
and the Interest tbereou and the necessary
expenses of executing sid trust.
C II SULKS A. S-CoHll.il,
Uuardlan of the minor heirs of William U.
ClIHO, Ills., March 19th 177.
Estate ol Joseph 1. Cameron, deceased.
The undersigned, having been annotated
adminisiratrix of the estate of JoseDh 1'.
Csneion, late of the couuty of Alexander
ana Mats oi Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that she will appear before
the couuty court cf Alexander county, at
the court house in Cairo at the May term,
ou the third Mouday in May next, at which
time an persons Having claims against said
eatate are notified ana requested to attend
or uie purpose oi naviui; the same ait.
lusted. All persons indepted to said ea.
Ute are requested to tuake Immediate pay.
ment to the undersigned.
'""hia 1'iih day ol March. A. f..
Estate of Alexander C. Ibiditet, decease.).
I ne until rs irned, Having been ninninlt'l ad
ministrator of the estate of Alexander C
llodires late of the county of Aloamler and
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby mve nntice
that he will appear brlore the county court of
Alexander rountv. at the court bouse hi Cairo.
at the April t-rm, on the third Monday in April
next, at which time all tei'snn hiving claims
strains! said estate are notilied and requested to
attend fur the purpose of having the same ad-
limmi. a II persons indented i said emie are
requested to make immediate pa) ment to the
Hated (ins iitti day ol f en. a. i. is,,.
Alln hnioiit .Notice.
Bimuel W. Cook I hereby notified that
Jacob 8. Meirell.onthi l.Mhdayot lecrm-
her, A. 1)., 1870, aued out of the circuit
court ot Alcxcnder county, State of Illinois,
a writ oi auacnnicni against mm, tue sum
Samuel W. Cook and his estate, for the
mm of one hundred and ten dollars (110.
00), which said writ lias been returned ex
ecuted by levy on real estate, and is now
pending before said court. Now unless the
Samuel V. Cook shall appear, give bail
and plead within the time limited for his ap
pearance in such ease, judgment will be
entered and the cstuie so attached will bo
sold. JOHN A. KKEVE, Circuit Clerk.
April 3.1, 1X7U. l-td
Kstate of James C.arland, tlereased.
1 lie undersigned, having lieen a pointed ex
rrutors of the esintc of James tiavland. bite ol
the county of Alexander and stale of Illinois,
deceased, hereby give notice that they W ill np
pear.lieforeitlie coimtv court of said county, lit
Ihe court house in t'airo "t the April term, on
the third Monday in April next, at which time
all H'rsns having claims against said estate
are notilled and requested to attend lor the pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the unilerr-igtieil.
Iiat.sl this Jfith day of Feb. 1-77.
Ai.niJCoiwfis and r. M. Sto -KKPLrTH.
Estate of (Jove M. Willis, deceased:
The undersigned, having been appointed
administrator" of the estata of tiove. M
M Willis late ot the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice that he will appear before the
county court of Alexander county, at tho
court house in Cairo at the June "term, on
the third Monday In June next, at which
timeal 1 persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to at
end for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All person indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay.
tnent to the undersigned,
liated this 11th dav ot April. A. 1. 1877.
JAMES WILMS. Adm'r.
lianerrj- A o lire.
Emilia Overlin, defendant, is notified that
on the tutu day of April, lx,7, A. 1 . over
lin complainant, hied ills bill in chancery
in the Alexander Co. Circuit Court, State of
Illinois lor divorce, and that said mit is
now pending in said court. 1 hat there
upon a summons was Issued out ot the
clerks office ot said court against you, re
turnable on the third Monday in May, 1S77,
to a term of said court, then to be hoiden
at the courthouse, in Cairo, in s'lid county
and Mate. JOHN A. IIU.I ri. Cli lK.
J. C. SSI I AVKU, Complainant Molieitor.
li.ited April 10, 1S77.
. liuiieery Notice.
.loset.li A. Pbillius. 1-e rhillips. Zuebai lah C
Phillips, Caroline J. Ilarnisli aud Klizubeth
It. Uosengreeii are untitled that on the Jill Cay
ol April, 1st", the trustees ol nclnsils ol town
ship seventeen south rauge one weet,
coniiilainant tiled its bill in chancery airain
you and Margaret A. hoonee, Jlenjaiiiin
Parker and Hvron ! fllake. B'Uiiinis-
trator, etc. d'fenilents in the Alexander
county cuieuit court in the slate oNllinon f,,r
forecliisiuv of mortgage, and that said suit
is now cnding in said courtitliat a summoni,
thereupon issued out of auid court against mid
di tending, returnable on tne third Monday
of May s;7, to a term of said court then to l,e
hohlun at the ti'Otin lione in the city ol C uiro,
in said Aiexuntler coinity
Joiim A. Uki.s k, cler: .
April b'th. 1-7' t
Estate of WilliHin Uracki n, deceased
The undersignetl, haling been appointed
administratrix of the etate ot William
Itiarken, late ol the county of Alexander
and .-state of Iliitiois, deceased, hf-rel y tives
notice that she will appear before the
county court ol Alexander county, at the
court hou-e in Caito at the June term,
on tlm third Monday in June next, at
which time all per-ons having claims
again-t said estate ure. notified and re
quested to attend for the purpo-e ot haling
the sunn adjusted. All per-otis indebted
to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment to the uudt-rr-i.ri.ed.
Hated this 17th day of At ril. A. 1. 1-77.
CaikiI.INE E H'l K N,
E-tate of f.reen 1!. 1'arker, leeea-cd
'1 ne under-igned. having been appointed
adinini-tritor-of the esta'e of i.reen li.
l'arier,:te f ihe coutty of A)cvand r.and
State of liliuoin, deci ised. hereby gives no
tice that they wid appear before ihe county
court of Alexander county, at the Court
Houe ioca ro. at the June term, on tin
Third Monday in June r.ext, at which
time all fersons laving eliiu, against said
etat are notified and requested Vt attend
for the purpose of having the tame ad
justed. Ail peruana indebted to si J estate
are re'jUe-ud to inake lmraeuiate payment
to the under-igned.
luted this 1-tu day of April A.Ii. 1-77
O f.REhSLEV and JoIi.V II. I'AkKKH,
4-i'i W Adiniiilstrators.
.N'olii.e ! Iierebr ifiveti to Creed K;U'..ie
tbut KlixaUtli Ji ; t.;ti i.j on tbe 2d day ol
April, 1.-77, filed in tbe circuit court of A!.
exauder county, Mate of Illinois, her bill
in chancery lor a divorce from bun, the
aid Creed Kitehie, and that thereupon a
turumoos in chancery issued out ol said
court St the suit of said Kli.at.e u Uitcble
and asaitist tbe said Creed Kitcbie return
able to a term ol slid court to t bolden
at the court bouse in Cairo, in -aid Alex
ander i-ounty, on the third Monday ol
May, A. I., I77, which said suit is cow
peudi'Jh before said court.
JUtl. A.ll.r. t-.l.irclliluerH.
April Od Is". d-td
Hlrnyrd or ftlole
A Hull doar. all white with the e.cei,tion o
one blu k spot sirr ll.e left eye. Ihe do bay
Imtio iniaaed tor about ooa one enr I he par
ties who now have him will pletixc return h in
to lot lawful owner, or sufter ro:uli'Q to
the lull litem ol tbe law.
Tu thtt Kurklnic luaa Wa are now
prepared lo lumi.h all r.ta4-a w ith Ciinxtant em
ployuient at home, tin- wUule of the tune, or lor
t In r ! are uc liiciil.. Ilusines uew, I art. I and
prolltable. Persona ol cither sea easily earn
irolu irJ ceota to $' a-r evening, and a propor
tional sum by devoting their whole tune to the
business, lloys ard Kirls earn nearly as much
a. men. That all Who ace this uoticc may send
their adrfreai, and tei-t tbe bu.intf s w e maks thia
unparallele,! ollei : 1 o such ai are uoi well aul la
bel we w ill aend one ilolbr to pay f' r the
trouble or writinir. Kull partii-4ilurs, smapb-a
worm s.-veral tiollars to uiiuiieuc work on
and a e,py otlioiue and Kl reside, one l the
arKiet ami bet illuatraU-d publications, all sent
lit bv mail. .lUa'U-r, il yiu want la-niianent,
protliable work oaonua t-nasuM Jk lo, furl
Charles 'lliomas defendant is nolillwl thai ou
Man.li jTth, lsT7, Ir anuie 1 bonus complainant,
tiled Iter bill iu clianrtry, in the Aleiauder
county circuit court. Mate of Illinois, lor di
vorce and that said suit is now iii1iiih in said
Court: 1 hut llierellpun a suiuinous was laatied
out ol the clerk's olhce ol -uid court SKuinat
you returnal le on the third Moutay in Slav,
177, loa l rm of said court tbeu lo be boldeu iit
tbe court bouse in Cailw iu said county au.J
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vl eos.lcucs,lis.gt.it b r4 sr all a-llt asMi
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617 St. Charlet ttreet, St. Louli, Mo.
617 St. Charle Street,
Treat-, ail form-i( Vent-r.s! I i-M-ae., Semi
nal KmUsiom an-1 ScMi.il l), !,,'..tv, wih
unriileled -ticc-i. N- ni.iVi.-r w h
ta'.l or write; painj lili I or lor.-u'tat
Can refer l,j the tuc-licl pr'jfvsai'
pans cf the Cuntii.
i; in it'.i
Tim st.ni'lm-1 urtiilo is toiii
jiowii'li'il with the jrrratrsit (-fire.
Its ct!'fcts ;tro as woipk-rful r.ii'l
as sat i.-.f:tt.-tory us i'cr.
It rostuiT's rray or liblo'l hair to
its yoiitliful color.
Jt removes all eruptions, itdiini'
ami lanilni!l". It ives the liciul a
cooling, soothing si iiiation iif cfifat
eouifnit, fiii'l the sc.-ilji liy its tie
lieeomes wliite aii'l clean.
I5y its tonie pmiierties it restores
tin- capillary lanils to their normal
H:ror. preventing liaMne, anil
making: the hair grow thick tue 1
As a ilri's-in, noiliiii'r has Ih i-ii
funii-l so eil'eetual or ih--.ii al!c.
A. A. Maye-i, M. I)., State As
saver of Ma.ssach nsetts, says, Tim
ei)iititiients are pure, nnl carefully
seleeteil for eeellent quality; aii'l
I consiilerit the 1!it ri:i:i'Ai;.rios
for its inteiiih-il purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may he
relic I ou to chan-'i) the color of tho
heard from ;ray or nny other un
ilesirahlo shaile, to brow n or Mack',
at discretion. It is easily applied,
licinjr in one prepa ration, and quick
ly and ell'ectnally produces a per
manent color, which will neither
rub nor wash olf.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA, N. II.
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