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1H Jolis hi uxr TT
Wrtly 17 JeOcrwa street l4uivili
tahott.iu.SuUlidt. lima 4 p.,n
v.uju. muuiii iiai tut s 1 ,1.
rlSlUul Oca Woaaa, tw.,,
Whereas, on the Grt dv of tune. A. D.
1st., .lolm .1. Hunter and Marian Hunter,
bis wife, of toe conty of Pulaski an J
Mat r-f Illinois, tasdp, executed and a
knowoKieeti in due form of law, .ni ueuv
ed totha an lersifnied. a trust deed to
secure u payment of two promissory
notc dated Pulaski, HI., June 1st, 13.4
one for nve hundred and tmy iouar
(Jft.'rOtKi) an.l the other tor five hundred
and forty-nine dollar ami eichiy-mree
cents (."!.$.!) the former payable twelve
tnonth. and the latter clhtrcn months
afterdated thereof, to the order of the un
der gned with ten per cent, interest per
annum parable aemi-annuallv, both of the
saidnote being signed by U. V. I'orterneld
and the said .lehn J. Hunter by tbe style
of J. J. Hunter: by which said trust deed
the said John J. Hunter and said Man ah
Hunter, his wife, conveyed in tnit, to the
undersigned free from all homestead
rights and to serurc the payment ol said
notes, the following described real estate,
situate, lylnff and beinir In the said county
ot I'uliiskl and state ot Illinois, namely :
The northeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section sixteen i U), township
lilieeu H.'ij, (south) ranc No. one (I) wett,
containing forty acres, more or less; alo the
following described parcel ol land, namely
lteirinniuir, at a stake on the west line ol the
ri'litof way ol the Illinois Central ruilroal
company one hundred and titty feet
south eleven degrees twelve minute
west, Iroia the junction ol said
right of way with tlio louth
line of Oak street in the town ol Pulaski ;
thence runulng west, eleven decrees and
twelve minutes north, flltecn rods ; theace
north, eleven decrees and twelve minutes
eat,twenty-tive feet; thence e aft. eleven de
crees and twelve minutes south. fifteen rods
thence south. eleven decrees andt welve min
utes west, twenty-live leet to the placejot
beginning, con laming twenty-three (nuaro
roils, more or less, situated in town and
county ol l'ulaski and state of Illinois, be
ing a part of the northwest quarter of sec
tion liftten (l't). township So. fifteen (lft),
south rane one (I I we of th ttttrd princi
pal inr(jnn; also a parcei of land (lescrib.
ed a follows, namely : Commencing ten
chains and ninety links south of the north
west corner of section fltcen (1"). town
ship fifteen (I.'ti. south ran:e one M) west ;
thence east thirteen chains and twentv-
five links; thence south,sixtecn decrees and
thirteen minutes west, fourteen chains and
tweiity linns ; thouce south, seventy-three
degrees and thirty-eight minutes west, two
chains and thirty-three links ; thence south,
sixteen degrees aud forty minutes west.fo'ir
chains and twelve link ; thence south nine
shams and seven links ; thence east five
chains and eighty-one links; thence south,
sixteen dejf. 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-hundredths acres, and sit
uated in Pulaski county and state of Illi
nois; also lots Son. one (I), two (-'), three
(3j lour (4;, five (.") and six (0) In block So.
Fourteen (14) in tho town of l'ulaskt,
1'ulaski County Illinois.
And Whereas, It is provided in said
trust deed which was liiiiv recorded in the
recorder's ofliee ol 1'ulaski county, Illinois,
on the 24Lh, day of Julv A. I). 174, in book
W " on Cairo 12, that if default should be
made in the payment of the said notes or
any part tnereof, according to the tenor and
effect tnereoI,Uie undersigned mlgntse!! the
said premi-es or any part thereof and ail
the nifbt and eiitv ol redemption ot the
taldJojn J. aad Mariah Hunter their heirs
executors, administrators or assigns,
therein, at public vendue to the lilgnen
bidder tor cash, after first having adver
tised t-ucti sale ten days In a newspaper
published In Cairo, Illinois, or by posting
up written or printed notices in four (4i
public places in tbe county where call
premise are situate and unon making
said sale to executo and deliver to the
purchaser or purchasers deeds for the con
vevance in fee of the premises sold, the
rik-lit ol homestead bciuir waived and re'
leased in said trust uad acknowledge
Aud Whereas, default has been made in
the vmentot the said notes and eauh ol
them and ol the interest thereon.
Now Therefore, on Saturday the Gtb.day
of May at the hour of one o'clock In the
afternoon, at the lront door of tbe cour
bause. in Mound City, l'ulaskl county llli
noiy, til undersigned will proceed to sell
said premises and all the right and equity
of redemption ol the saiu John J. and Mar
ian Hunter, their heirs, and assigns
therein, and freetrom ail homestead rights
to the highest bidder fur cash In hand to
pay and satisfy said notes ; and will, on
making sale thereof, execute ami deliver
to the purchaser, or purchasers, good and
sufficient deeti, or deeds, therefor .
KiciuKi A. 1Ii:m,kkfoki), 1 rustee.
CllKO, ILL., April loth, st.
Stut of flllnois, Alexander County sg
In the Alexander l ounty Ircuit Court, Henry
vv uitcamp v. c.lla Ucld, Andrew Keid, .Mary
Stuhbs, et ul.
ltili to foreclose mortguge.
1'ublic not n is hereby given, that in persu-
ance of a decree rendered in the above entitled
caue, in said court, at th January term, A.U.
1-,,. I. John u. lltraii , master In chancery
of taid county, wil' oi Friday the loth day cf
alarm, a. I'. Hie nour ol eleven
(ill o'clock a.m. a uay. bell ut public
Vendue to the hiirhest li I der for eu-sh in bund.
at the frontdoor of trin e ourt house in thi city
ot Cairo, county of Alexander and Mate ot Illi
nois, the tolluwing uen.rilieU real estate, lo
will 1 he north-east ouaner of the north-easi
quarter of lection number thiriv-iwo (:i.'l in
township nuiuoereixteeu (! soutu range two
U) went of th third principal meridian in the
county ol Alexander aoil Hate of Illinois to
gether with tlia appurtenance and privileges
were uu to oeioujjiiig or appertaining'
JOHN Ci. IIAIfMAX.
22-4t afasler in Chancery.
Cairo, 111., February 21 177.
Whereas John 11. 1'hilli and liarhel J.
l'hillis his w ife, did by a certain deed of
trust bearing date March the lt l7ti,
convey unto Charles A. Kcotield, puardiau
of the minor heir ol William II. .Sootiold,
deceased, the following real estate situate
in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
ana Mate ot uiinoK, and known and des.
ijrnate 1 upon the recorded plat ol said city
a follows, to-wit: Lots numbered lit uud
'41 in block numbered 'J, and lot o, G and
7 in block 71, aud lot ten (Hi) and the south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one lu tbe first addition to the city o
Cairo aforesaid, in trust, however, to ta
cure the prompt payment ol a certain prom
issory note oi thai date, duly executed
by the said John 11. ThillM. for the sum of
fi.l.ki.jfC and made due and payable to the
said Charles A. Scofield, guardian a afore
said, twelve month after date with inter
est thereon from datu at the rate of ten
percent per annum. And whereas said
note u now past due and no part thereo; has
been paid and the sui 1 John 15. l'hillu has
made delault in the payment oi tha same.
Now therefore, 1, the sild Charles A. S o
field guardian as aforesaid do hereby noti
fy the said John U. l'hillis and lUthelJ.
l'hillis and all whom it may concern that
by virtue of said deed of trust and the
power therein conferred on me, I will at
the hour ol t-leyen o,i lock, a. in. on the
'-1st day April, A. l. I77, at tbe westerly
court housa door in tbe city of Cairo in
said couuty, sell at public out cry lor ca-h
in hand the above mentioned real estate or
somuch tbireof a may be necessary to
pay aud discharge said promissory note
and tbe interest thereon aud the uecestary
expense of executing said trust.
CllltLKA. KCOKIBT K,
Guardian of themiuorheirof W illiam 11.
CalKO. 111., March 1'JtU 1877.
Estate ol Joseph P. Cameron, deceased.
Th undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of tbe estate of Joseph P.
Csoai ion, late of tbe eounty of Alexander
and Mat ol Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice tbat she will appear before
the county court of Alexander county, at
the court house In Cairo at tbe May term,
on th third Monday in May next, at which
time all person having claim against said
estate are notified and requested to attend
for tbe purpose ol bavio; tbe same ad
lu.Ud. All person indepted to said es
tate ai requested to make Immediate Pay
iJ-,-ui.l',,U mh ol March. A. I.,
Estateof Alexander C. ll.sle, dreeaiwl.
I he n-rsnnnl, hsTiag hern appointed ad
minta'rator ef the ett of Alexander C
lloibres late of the eolintr or Alexander and
State of Illinois, deceased, bertby give ao(
that he will appear brlor the eounty court of
Alexander county, it theeoart boos in Cairo,
t the April term, on the third Monday in April
m wuii-ii iinrc an jrrsvus iiit.tu
aniost said estate are noticed and requested to
alien. I lot the purpose of having lite sanke ad
tutted. All isrsons iottiliU-l to said estate are
reiieteil to make imnjedute panient to the
Iatet this day of r"rh. v . IV 1T7.
Smucl W. Cook Is hereby notified that
Jacob S. Merrcll, on the l.'ith'dayol Ieeem
ber, A. I., Imto, sued out of tbe circuit
court ol Alexender county, State of Illinois,
a writ of attachment aexinst htm, the said
Samuel W. Cook and 'his estate, for the
sura of one hundred and ten dollars (110..
HO), which said writ has ben returned ex
ecuted by levy on real estate, and i now
pending before said court. ow unless the
Samuel W. Cook iliall appear, give bail
and plead within the time limited tor his ap
pearance in siieu eae. Juduineni win te
entered and the estate o attached will be
sold. ,M)UN A. KKEVK, Circuit Clerk.
April ::d, ls;o. d-td
Kt ite of .lumes (ur!nnd. deoease-l.
Tlio undersigned, havinc been appointisl ex
ecutors of the estate of James Harlan I. lute ol
the county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby give notice that they will np
pcar.lieforeltlie county court of said county, ut
the court liotie in tairo at tlie April term, on
the third Monday in April next, at which time
all liersons having chum against said estate
are not i lied and requeued to attend for the pur
pose of having the tame adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
luxke immediate payment to the ttndersignel.
Dated inn tn uy ol rei. is. 7,
A t-f ukj C'ojmikjs and F.
Estate of fioye M. "Willi, deeeased:
The undersigned, having been appointed
administrator of tbe e-tata of tiove. M
M Willis late ol the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice that lie will appear before the
county court of Alexander county, at the
court lioue in Cairo at the June 'term, on
the third Monday in June next, at which
timeal I persons having claims axainst said
estuto are notified and requested to at
end for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Kated this 11th rtav ol April, A. I. 1HT7.
JAM'KS WILLIS. Adm'r.
Emma Overlin, defendant, Is notified that
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
now pending in said court, that there
upon a summons was issued out of the
lerks office ol said court against you, re
turnable on the third Monday in May, 1.S77,
to a term of saiu court, men to tie uouien
at ttie courthouse, in l airo. in said county
and state. .IIJUM A. Kl.t I.. ClerK.
C. hllAVElt. Complainants Solicitor.
Dated April 10, Ib77.
Joseiih k. I'hillini. I-ee Phillips, achnrtah C
'hiliius, Caroline .1. llarnifeli and hlizalM-th
H. Kosengreen are notified that on the '.itti cay
ol April, Is.., the trustees ot schools ol town
ship seventeen south range one west,
coiuwainani nieu us uui in enancei'v aL'iuu
you ana Margaret .v. ixoom-e, Jieniuiinn
Parker and llyron F. lllitke. B'lininis
trutor, etc. difendent in the Alexander
count vcurcuit court in the state of Illinois f
foreclosure of mortguge. and that said suit
is now tending in said court (that a summons
thereupon issued out of said court against saiit
rdet'endenti, returnable mi tiie third .Monday
of May 177, to a term ol said court men to be
holdan at the tcourt house m the city ot Cairo,
In said A;exanicr county.
J oils: A. Uar.vc, clerk
April loth. ls7Ct
Estate ol William Bracken, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the etate ot William
Bracken, late of tbe eounty of Alexande
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notice tbat she will appear before th
county court ol Alexander county, at the
courthouse in Cairo at trie June term
on the third Monday in June next, at
which time ali persons having claim
against said estate arc notified and re
quested to attend for the purpo.-e of bavins'
the nine adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immc
date payment to the uudemirnea.
Dated this 17th day of Airil7 A, l. 1377.
CauoLI.nk K H ac k n,
Estate of (ireen U. Parker, deceased
Tne undersigned, having been appoint
administrator of the esta'e of fireen B
rarser.late of the county of Alexander. and
Mate of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice tbat they will appear blore the county
court ot Alexander county, at the t ourt
Home in Cairo, at the June term, on th
Third Monday In June next, at which
time all persons 1 avlng claims auaiust said
estat are notified and requested to attend
tor tne purpose or having tbe same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to tne unueraigiieu.
Inted this 1Mb day of April A.U. 17'
O (.kkk.nlky and John 11. 1'akkkk,
4-'ij bw Administrators,
4 liHiicery .otiee.
Notice Is hereby given to Creed IlitcLi
tbat Kitzabeth Kitchle on the 2d day ol
April, 18.., hied in the circuit court of Al
exander couuty, State of Illinois, her bill
in chancery lor a divorce trom him, th
said creed Kitchle, end that thereupon
summons in chancery issued out ol said
court at the suit of said Kliube h Kitobie
and against the said Creed Kitcbie return
able to a term ol ssid court to lift liolde
at th court house in Cairo, in said Alex
auder county, on the third Monday of
May. A. !., IS.,, which said suit i now
penuiaj; neiore said court.
JOHN A. UK. EYE, Circuit Clerk.
April 3d ls77. d-td
Nlruyed or Mole
A Hull dog, all white with the etceotion
one black sH,t wver the left eye. 'I he dog ha
lecn missed for about one e year. 'I he par
tie who now have him will ideate return bun
m ii's taw tin owner, or sutler prosecution to
wic tun client oi me law .
PAT COItCOK IV
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iuer.are momenta, utistness aew, light and
profitable. 1'erson of either sex easily earn
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uusiuea, Jioy ac J girl earn nearly aa muc
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C barlea Thomas defendant is notidud that c
March iilh, 77, 1 anuie 1 hoiuai ooioiilainun
liied her bill lu chancery, iu the Aleaander
county circuit court. Male of Illinois, lor di
vorce ud that said suit i now ending in said
court: 'llittt lliereiiMin a aumuions was uaued
out ol the clerk's otbeas of uid court againal
rou returnable on th third Monday iu May,
s77, lo a tenu of said court theu In be lioldi u at
the court hoiu ia Cairo lu said county aad
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i 'i i i i t'ti olicilor, clerk.
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r. tuni uiitil tli,
f.ni'o l ruk.ti
! 'y it,
ac i r.ain CMt.;r.iU..l.
Tin (rn-iit vaiii ty t,( ili-f.r l. r tl.i. li nri.c
fnini the irritation of thi. puiaun, uth an A'eu-rali-lu,
ICIiciiiiiatlHiii, (.out, Ili adui Iir,
lilliiUitfHK, 'l oot Iih Iir, :itrnlir, l a.
larrh, Asllnna, I'nlplta tlnu, fSjilrnlc
AfTt (lions, Hysterics, ruin In I lie How.
ls, t ollt, I'aralysis, ami 1. raii.'.-nn iit nf
flic SloliilM h, nil of ttlili h hecoioc iiili ruiliti nt
or i i luilicul, haw m ,n,li.r nnicly than
Al 1 it's Am r. 'nii:, ttlii. li i nr ih. in all aliki-,
and I'mti ct the .yti 111 fnmi future attin k. . 4
a jnevi ntlte, It in i f lnnm-iine n r ii e in 1 1 , . ,
(. nniiiinitl.-b nlii ie I t l i r mi l .tent, prevails,
H It tnytlioili vi.npmcnt(,f the if t.-.U, ;i
i'ii the lirt u.noa li of the ,n monitory yinji
tonin. 'J'rat ell. r. iin.I temporary re-hliM. iu d
linw i nahliil to defy tli. e ili.or h r, mnl few
ill ever siiffi-r If they avail th. nisele, . ,,f tho
j.rv.teeliuli thi. i tiuniy ullor
For Liter Complaints,
torpidity, it is an e client remedy ; it tiniuhiles
tin. urijaii Into healthy aetivi;y, and produce
many r uiarkuhlv cure hvru otht r intiiitluis
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
.'radical and Analytical Chemists,
LOW El. ., MASH.
OLU UT ALL I.KLOOIb'lS lvluvkuliil.
DISPENSARY "&!Ur iW.'f
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