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197 JtUsrsun SUeet luuili
Farl WATCHIB, liei.fti ,n ti.e .,
W t s ivrwssws J CI) list l4 l.t
Wberea, on the first day ol June. A. P.
!.;. .fohn .1. Hunter and Marian Hunter,
his wife, of Ihe conty of I'ultukl and
Mats ff Illinois, made, executed and t3
know coged in due form of law, .inn
eied to the undersigned, a trust deed to
secure the payment of two promissory
notes dated Pulaski, 111., June 1st,
one Tor five hundred and tirty dollar
i srst ()0) and the oilier lor five hundred
and forty-nine dollar and eighty-three
cents (5l!i.!C) Ihe former pa) able twelve
month, nnd the latter eighteen monlhs
Afterdates thereof, to the order of the un
der gncd with ten per cent, interest per
annum payable semi-annually, both uf the
.afdtintc being signed by B. F. Porte iliehl
and the said John J. llutitct by Iho stylo
of .1. .1. Hunter: liy which said trust deed
the said .Mm . I. Hunter nnd nii Marian
Hunter, hii wife, conveyed in trust, to tlio
undersized Irco from all homestead
rights Hd to secure the payment ol said
notes, the following described real estate,
situate, lying and being in the said county
ol l'ulaski nod suto ol Illinois, namely:
The northeast quarter of tho northeast
quarter of section sixteen (Hi), township
nilceu u-). (fouinj rango ""K llJ ',
containing forty acres, more or lens; also the
following described parcel of land.natnely :
He miming ut a stake on I lie west lino oi mo
rightof way ottho Illinois Central railroad
coinn.mv ono hundred nnd fifty left
south eleven degrees twelve minutes
weet, from the jutictiou ol said
rk'bt of way with tlio foulli
lino of Oak wlrcct In the town ol Pulaski :
thence running west, eleven degroc and
twelvo minutes north, lllleen rods; thence
north, eleven decrees nnd twelvo minutes
east,twcnty-livo leet; thence east,eleven de
grees and twelvo minutes soulb.lilteen rods
thenccsouth.eleven decrees andtwelvc min
utes went, twenty-live leet to the pluce.gf
beginning, containing twenty-three (niinrc)
rods, more or less, situated in town and
county of Pulaski nnd state of Illinois, be-
lnir part of the northwest quarter 1 oc-
lion fifteen (l.r), township No. N'toen (lrv,
roiitb ranu one (1) west or the third princi
pal meridian: also a parcel of land describ.
ed as follows, namely : Commencing ten
chains and ninety links south of tho north
west corner of section fifteen (U , town
ship fifteen (l.'i). south range ono (I) west ;
thence east thirteen chains and tweotv.
five link?: thence south. sixteen decrees and
thirteen minutes west, fourteen chains and
twenty links ; thence south, seventy-three
degrees ana thirty-eight minutes west, two
chains and thirty-three links ; thence south,
sixteen degrees and forty minutes went,four
chains nnd twelve links ; thence south nine
chains and seven links ; thence east five
chains and eighty-one links : thence south,
sixteen cleg, and twenty-live minutes
(west), four chains and thirty-one links
l..,n ....... ft .All .t.u,'.a ,.n.l 1 1 a. L u
iuut, it t . hen vuaiu, it u it t n ci , u iiuftn ,
then, north on section line to the place of
beginning, containing twenty-six and
eighty-six one-hundredths acres, and fit
uutcit in 1'ulaski county and state of Illi
nois; also lots .Nos. one (1), two (2), three
(3) tour(4),'tive C) and six (0)in block No.
Kourtcen (14) in the town of l'ulaskl,
l'ulaski County Illinois.
And Whereas, it is provided in hald
trust deed which was duly rscorded in the
recorder's ofllco of l'ulaski county, Illinois,
on the 24th, day of July A. 1). 18.4, in hook
W' on page 122, that if default should be
made in the payment ol me said notes or
any parunereoi, according to me tenor ana
elici t mereoi,tne unuersigneu migniseii me
said trcmi-es or any part thereof and all
mn ntrnt ana euitv oi reuemption oi me
kald joun J. ana Marina uuntcr tueir ueir
executors, administrators or assigns
therein, at public vendue to the hlguesi
bidder lor cash, after first having adver
tised Filch sale ten days In newspaper
published in Cairo, Illinois, or by posting
uo written or printed notices In four (4)
public places in the county where sail
premises are situate and upon making
said sale to execute and deliver to the
purchaser or purchasers deeds for the con
vevanco In fee of tho premises sold, the
ri.'ht ol homestead being waived and re
Ivased in said trust and acknowledge
And Whereas, default has been made In
the yim-ntot the said notes and each ol
them and ot the interest thereon.
Now Therefore, on .Saturday the 5th, day
ofMav at the hour of one o'clock In the
afternoon, at tle front door of the court
bause. in Mound City, l'ulaski county llli
nois, the undersigned will proceed to sell
said premises and all the right and equity
of redemption of the said John J. and Mar
ian . Uuntcr, 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
sulhcieut deed, or deeds, therefor ,
lilCIIAKI) A. Hl'NCKKKOHD, I rUStee.
Caiko, III., April loth, ls77.
Stale of Illinois, Alexander County ss
Iu the Alexander County ( ircuit Court, Henry
W hitcump vs. Ella Keid, Audrew iicid, Mary
Stukbs, et als.
Bill to foreclose mortgage.
Public notice is hereby given, that in persu
anceof a decree rendered in the above entitled
cause, in said court, at tha January term, A.l).
ls.77, I, John y. It tr 0 I , muster in eiianeery
of aid county. wii.Ji Eriday ihe P.lh day of
March, A. 1. : the hour of eleven
(11) o'clock a.m. (it d day, sell nt public
vendue to the highest ji 1 tier for cali in band,
at Ihe frontdoor ol the o ourt house in the city
of C airo, county of Alexander and suite of Illi
nois, the following descrila-d real estate, to
wit; The north-tust quarter of the norih-easl
quarter of section numlsr thirty-two II-') in
township number sixteen (111) south range two
(-) west of ttia Ihtnl principal meridian in the
(xiuiily d Alexander and state of Illinois to
gether with Ilie appurtenances anil privileges
ua'tvuuLU uviuiigiug or aiiivi laming
JOHN O. HAIJMAN.
Master in Chancery.
. 111., rebruurv 21 177.
Whereas John If. and Kachel J.
I'hillis bis wife, did by a certain deed of
trust bearing date March the 1st ISTu,
convey unto Charles A. Scotield, guardian
of the minor heirs ol William II. Scotield,
deceased, the followhig real estate situate
in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and State of Illinois and known and des.
ignuttd upon the recorded plat ol said city
as follows, to-wit: Lots numbered Hi and
20 in block numbered and lots 5, ti and
7 iu block 74, and lot ten (111) and the south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one in the lirst addition to the city o
Cairo aforesaid, In trust, however, to so
cure tho prompt paymentol a certain prom
issory note of that date, duly executed
by the said John U. Thillls, for the sum of
li.l'ri.ta, and made due and payable to the
said Charles A. Seofield, guardian as afore
ald, twelve month after date with inter
est thereon from date at the rate of ten
per cent per annum. Aud whereas said
note is now past due and no part thereo. ha
been paid ami the said John B. I'hillis ha
made default in the payment ot tua tame.
Now thorefore, I, the sid Charles A. Sco
held guardian as aforesaid do hereby noti
fy the said John B. l'hilll and Kachel J.
1'liilliM and all whom it may concern that
by virtue of said deed of trust aud the
power therein conferred on me, I will at
the hour ol eleyen o.clock, a. m. on the
21t day April, A. U. 1877, at the westerly
court house door in the city ol Cairo in
said county, sell at public out cry lor cash
In hand the above mentioned real estate or
somucn ihtreof a may be necessary to
pay aud ducharge said promissory note
and the interest thereon and the necessary
expense of exeeutiug id trust.
. CiiaMLHaA. scofiilp,
Guardian of the minor heirs of William II.
Caiko. Ills., March lth 1877.
Estate of Joseph I. Cameron, deceased.
The undersigned, having been atiDointed
administratrix of the estate of Joseph 1.
Csmcton. late of (he countv of Alexander
aud Stat of Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notica that she will appear before
the county court of Alexander county, at
the court Louse in Cairo at the May term,
on the third Monday in May next, at which
lime all persons having claims against said
estate are notified aud requthtcd to attend
or uie purpose oi Having the same ad
uled. All person ludepted to said es
tau are requested to make immediate pay.
luent to the undersigned.
J.!."1'1' tbie 1'ith day of Marcn. A. H..
, Atailol!lrlor"a Holier.
kstnteof Alexander C HodecJ, decease. I.
I he end. rslK'icl. having been appointed a.l -minis-Tutor
t ihe tMiile of Alexander r.
Ilixlgen lnt of the county of Alexander sint
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby pies nolloe
t lint he will ap)ear lKfore the county court of
Alexander county, at the court house in Cairo,
at the April term, ifh the third Mondiy in April
next, at which time all person having (isitnt
against said astute are notified and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the same ad
lusted. All persons indebted to said rMate nre
requested lo make immediate payment to Hie
Hated this th day of Feb. A. D. 1s?7.
3 1-W't Adioinudiator.
Samuel W. Cook Is hereby noliliedthat
Jacob g.McrrcH, on tin l'lthdayol Heecm
bcr, A. It., IftTil, sued out of the circuit
courtof Alexcnderrounty, (state of Illinois,
a writ of attachment against him, the said
Hsmurl W. Cook aud his estate, for the
sum of one hundred and ten dollars if 1 10.
00), which said writ hus been returned ex
ecuted by levy on real estufe, and is now
pending before said court. .Now unless the
Samuel W. Cook shall appear, give bail
nnd plead within the time limited lor his np
penrniH'c in such ease, judgment will be
entered and tho entile so nt tidied w ill be
sold. JOHN A. UfcEVK, Circuit Clerk.
April iiil, ISTli. il-td
Kstale of Islues (iiirlnml, deceased.
i liv undersigned, huving been si'poiiitt d ex
eentors of the rsiutc of June s (..trlund. late ol
the county of Aletsnder mid stale of lllinuis,
deceased, hereby give notice that they w ill np
pcur.licfurcithe county court of said county, ut
the court house in Cairo at Die April term, on
the third Monday iu April next, nt wlneb time
all persons having claims ngainst said estate
arc notified and requested to at lend for the iur-
pu.-e or Having tnc same adjusted. All )r
sons inilelited to said estate are r-quested fo
make immediate payment lo the undersigned.
I Lite. I this Ji.tl) day uf Feu. Is77.
Ai.niKit CuaiiKds and M. frot:KFr,rTii,
Estate of Gove M. Willis, dceeascd:
The undersigned, having been appointed
administrator of the esuta of tiovc. M
M Willis late of the county of Alexander
nnd 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 I persous having claims against said
estate are notified nnd requested to ut
end for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said es
tate aro requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Hated this 1 If h day ol April, A. I. 177.
JAMES WILLIS. Adni'r.
JJmiua Ovcrlin, defendant. Is notitied that
on the 10th day of April, 1S77, A. T. Over
lin complainant, filed his bill in chancery
in the Alexander Co. Circuit Court, State of
Illinois for divorce, and that said mi it Is
now pending in said court, t hat there
upon a summons was issued out of the
clerks ollice ol said court against you, re
turnable on the third Monday in .May, is, 7,
to a term oi said court, men to tie iiomen
at the courthouse, tn Cuiro. in sld county
and state. ,)OtiN A. kkkv l.. Clerk.
C. hllAVEIt, Complainants Solicitor.
Hated April 10, lt77.
fosenh A. Tti illirjs. Lee I'hillms. Zaclmilali ('.
Phillips, Caroline J. I tarnish ami Eli.abetli
K. Kosengreen are notified that on the 'Jill (.'ay
ol April, is, ., tne trustees ol schools 01 town
ship seventeen south range one west,
complainant tlleu Its bill in enane.ery airain
you and Margaret A. Konnce, Jtenjumin
Parker and 'tvron F. lilake, ailiuims
trator, etc. detendents in the Alexander
county curciilt court in the stute of Illinois tor
foreclosure of mortgage, anil that said suit
is now pending in said courtjlhata summons
thereupon issued out of said court asuinstsaid
det'eudentt, returnable on the third -Monday
of Slsy I1T7, to a term of said court then to be
holdan at the tcourt bouse in the city ol Cairo,
in said Alexander county.
.Ion A. IUivi, c'.crk.
Aj.ril K'th, lsT- t
Estate ol William Bracken, deceased
AIM IitiBlt.U Mbt.VI:.l.l
-oed, buying been appointed
of the estate of William
1 tic undersij
Bracken, late of the county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appear be lore tne
county court ol Alexander county, at the
court heuse in Cairo at the June term,
on the third Monday in June next, ut
winch time all persons having claims
against said estate are notilicd and re
quested to attend for the purpose ol having
the mine adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate nre requested to make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Hated this 17th clay of April, A. 1. 1ST".
C'AKOl.INK E II AUK X,
AtlmlniNlrator's) No I lee.
Estate of (ireen B. l'arker, deceased
Tne undersigned, haying been appointed
administrators of the estate of tircen B.
rarkcr.late of the county ol Alexander, and
Stato of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that they will appear before the county
court ol Alexander county, at the court
House in Cairo, at the June term, on the
Third Monday In June next, at which
time all persons Laying claims against said
estate are notified nnd requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Hated this 1Mb day of April A. D. 1S77
O liKKEM.KY and JulJ.V II. I'.UIKKIt,
4-25 ow Administrators.
Notico is hereby given to Creed ltitcltle
that Elizabeth Kitchie on the 2d day of
April, 1877, filed in the circuit court of Al
exander county, Stato of Illinois, her bill
in chancery tor a divorce from him, the
said Creed l.itcbie, and that thereupon a
summon in chancery Issued out of said
court at tho suit of said Kli.abeih Kitchie
ami against the said Creed Kitchie return
able to a term of said court to bn holden
at the court house in Cairo, in said Alex
ander county, on the third Monday of
May. A. !.. 177. which said suit is now
pending before said court.
juin a. tttc v b., circuit cu rs.
April 3d laTT, dti
Klmyed or Mole
A Bull dog. all white with the execution
one Slack spot ever the left eye. '1 he dog has
been missed for about one one year. 1 be par
ties who now have him will please return hun
to lus lawful owner, or stiller orosecution to
the full eiteut U the law.
To Ihe Worklntr 4'lnaa. YV are now
prepared to furnisb all clashes with constunt em
plo) lueut at bo me, the whole of the tune, or for
their stiar momeuts. Business new, light and
profitable. l'crsons of either sex easily earn
irom oucenui to ier evening, and a propor
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
business. Hoys and girls earn nearly as much
as men. That all Who see this notice insv send
their addresi, and test the business we make this
uuparaUeieii otter: Jo such at are not well satis
ned we will send one dollar to pay 1 r the
truiible of writing. Eull particulars, sinaple
worth several dollars to commence, work on
and a copy ofllome and Fireside, one of the
argesi still bet Illustrated publications, all sent
I..A l.u .u .1 1 I...
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i.,..uv.uiv wurs uauaoa tTiasoa x co, I oil
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uumu iirienuani is counisi n,ut on
V ' aniiie i nomas comiiuinaiit.
niei ner tun In chancery, in the Alexander
comity circuit court. iU.t of Illinois, for di
vorce and that said suit is now s-iiding iu said
court: Thai thereupon a suiumou was issued
out ol the clrk's ollice of .aid court agsinsl
you returnable on the third Monday iu ,My
177, to a term of said court tbeu lo be holden at
the court house in Cairo iu said county and
Hated March t'T, 177.
Jons A. IUvr,
l i ti'.'i i olicitor. Clerk.
Aufter A Drills. 100 4 utTi
urm ft. J pifttfttft
res. stna 4u.-
Ta Sala Notica.
To tho heirs of t hsrlfOlunt, deceasod.
Notice Is hereby given, to the heirs ol
Charles Hunt, loces"l. that on tho 2.UI
day of September, A. P. l."n, t wlo o
lands and lots fur state, county, city nnd
school taxes due thereon for the year 1.4,
beld at the door ol the court bouse In the.
city ol Caito, county ol Alexander and
state of Illinois, I be coma the purchaser of
the following describe-! lot to-wit : Lot
number 9 In block number 74 In the city of
Cairo for the aum ol 4 1 axed in the
name of Charles Hunt and sold by the col
lector of said county a the property of
him thesiid Charles Hunt, and the time .of
redemption will fpite.on tlio 2),day of
A. I). 1x77. t.EOIM.K 1ISHI.U.
Notice Is hereby piven to nil person
whom It may coiu trn thnt at a sale or
lands, town lots, and city lots held nt the
southwest door of tho court house in
the city of Cairo, county ol Alex
ander and state of lllinoison tie
:tth day of Sept. tuber, A. P. !.,
for state, county, district sclioo , city taxes
ami special nsscssliunts ol tin; city ot
Cairo mid other U s l.r tlio year Ls. I and
costs : the lmdrrsiiiiicil became tho pur
chaserof nlloftlie lot iiuml"-r !. Moek II
in the lirst addition t Hie city of ( airo, in
tho county of Alotander and and tate ot
Illinois, and that the time lor redemption
will expire on the iioth.t iy of September,
n is77 I'. HIIOSS.
Cairo, April, GOtb, 1S77. rnreli..r.
Notico Is hereby given to all pi is.n.s
whom it may ccii. cru, that at a Mile, of
bnis and town nnd city lots held nt tlio
southwest door of the court house in the
city ot Cairo, County of Alexander and
ntH of Illinois on the tttlt diy ol Septem
ber, A. 1. l.sTFi, fur state, county district
school an.', oilier taxes for the yc.ai 1S7I and
costs, the undersigned became tho pur-i-haser
of iho following des. ribed lots sit
uate in the town of Santa Fc in tho county
and state aforesaid:
Block In w hoc name taxed .V
1 C. Jones' heirs
4 J. W. Kenfro.
4 J. W. Itonlro.
An that the timo for redemption will ex
pire on tlie OtU day of Septeinbe. A.H. 177.
MRS. C. HAKNI-.K.
Cairo, April .Kith. Wo'. I'urcUuser.
Is liercbv giyen that ilcfault having been
made lor more thau sixty days iu the pay
ment of a portion of tho amount secured
to be paid bv a eeitain mortgage executed
by Mis. Jufia It. Farriu to ftmnuel Staats
lavlor and Edward 1'arsons. trustees ol
the Cairo citv property, dated September
ltith 174 and recorded, in the recorder's
ollice or Alexander county, in the state ol
Illinois in book 0, on page 12f, etc. I, tho
undertigned, suce.-sor to mid trustees, will
on Saturday, tlio j-jiii aay oi way uisiain,
A. It. 177, at lo o'clock in Ihe forenoon ol
that dav. under and bv virtue of the power
of frale contained iu sa'd mortgage, sell ot
public miction to the highest bidder for
cash, at the ofllce building of a. S. Taylor,
corner Washington avenue anil Eighteenth
. i i t . t y t i. ft.
street, in biui cuy a anu, in AicAunuri
county an J state ot Illinois, lots nuniucreu
lo (litteenr, lo (sixteen), ;i (llnriy-liirec),
and 4 (thirty-lour) in oio k numbered'
(two) iu the tourth addition to the said eity
ot Cairo; according to the recorded plat
thereof, with the uppurtenanues, to satisfy
Ihe p'lrpo-es and conditions of said inort.
lMed Ciiro, Ills , May 1st, is".
s. staats Taylor,
Trustee of the Cairo City l'raperty.
N ot lee
Is hereby given that default having been
made for moro than sixty cays in the pay
ment ot a portion oi Uie amount secured to
lie paid by certain mortgage executed by
Max Jvtitinu and Michael .lunguicler; to
Samuel staats Taylor and Edwin l'arsons
trustees of the Cairo eity property, dated
July 2'.uh, 1M73, recorded in the recorder's
office, of Alexander County, ii: the State
of Illinois, in book fi ot deed'; on pages !2.
etc. i,tue undersigned, successor or said
Trustees, will on Saturday, the 12th day of
May, instant, A. 1., 17 ,, at 10 o'clock, in
the forenoon ot tint day, under and by
Virtue of the power ot sale contained in
said Mortgage, sell, at, public auction, to
tho highest bidder, lor cash, at the ollice
building ol S. S. 1 aylor, corner of Wash
ington avenue and Eighteenth street, in
said City of Cairo, in Alexander County
and State ot Illinois, lots numbered 7
(seven) and s lei.'lit) in block numbered
7.'1 (seventy-three i; in said Ciiy of Cairo,
according to the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satisfy the pur
pose and conditions of said Mortgage.
Datod Cairo, 111., May let, 177.
Trustee of the Cairo City 1'roperty.
Is hereby gicn that default having
been made for more than sixty days in the
payment of a jriioii of the amount secur
ed to be paid by a certain mortgage exe
cuted by James Kennedy to tannic! Staats
Taylor and Edwin l'ar.-ons, trustee of the
Cairo city property, dated November 2d
172., recorded in tin recorder's ollh:e d
Alexander county in the i-tatu of Illinois,
in book ' IV ot d eds, on page l'.i, etc. I,
the undm signed successor to said trustees
will oh Saturday the lit It day ot May, in
slant A. H., I.-77 at 10 o'clock, in the fore
noon of that day. under aud by virtue ol
the power of le contained in said inort
gfge, sell at public auction, to tlio highest
bidder for cash at the ollice building ol S.
S. Taylor, corner of Wa-hington avenue
and Eighteenth street, lit said city of Cairo,
in Alexander county and state of Illinois lots
numbered 21 ttweiity-toun, 2."i (twenty
live), 2i (twenty-MX), 27 (twentv-seven), 2i
(twent) eight in block numbered !Kj(ninety )
in the first addition to said city of Cairo, ac
cording t'i tho recorded p'lat thereof,
with the appurtenance to .atisly the pur
poses and ciudition of said mortgage,
listed Cairo, Ills. May 1st, 177.
8. STA.n.J TAYLOK,
Trustee ol the Cairo City 1'roperty.
N ol Ice
I hereby given tbat default having been
made.lor more tluu bo days in the p ty ment
of a portion of the amount secured 'to be
paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Frederick Hamilton to Samuel Staats Tay
lor and Edwin 1'an-ous, trustees of the
Cairo city property, dated November 20th,
173; recorded in the Kecorder'a ollice of
Alexander county, in tho State of Illinois,
in book b ol deed., on page ti l, I, tho tin
dersigned, successor of said trustees, will,
on Saturday, the 12tU day of May instant,
A. H. 1877, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
that day, under and by vir.ue ol tho power
cl sale contained in said mortgage, sell, at
public auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the ottlce building of S. S. Taylor,
corner of Washington avenue and lth
street, iu ,aid city of Cairo, in AlexanJcr
county and Stale of Illinois, lot numbered
21 (twenty-one), in block numbered 44
(forty-fouri, in said city of Cuiro, accord
ing to the recorded plat thereof, w iih tho
appurtenances; to satisfy the purpose aud
conditions of said mortgage.
Hated Cairo, III., May 1st, 177.
S. btaat Taylor;
Tni. tec of the Cairo City 1'roperty.
1 hereby givon that default having bceu
made for more than sixty days in Ihe pay
ment of a portion of the amount seciircdto be
paid by a certain mortgage executed by
William Bracke to Samuel Staut Taylor
sod Edwin l'arsons, trustee of the Cairo
ity property, dited April 2Mb, 17.1, tind
recorded in the recorder's ollice of Alex
ander county in the State o Illinois, in
book U ol deeds, on page isii. 1, the under
signed successor to sa.J trustees, will on
saturdsv, the 12th day of May instant A.
i'- Is. 7, a 10 o'clock, in the forenoon of
tuitdiy under and by virtue or the power
ol salt- contained iu said mortgage, sell ut
public auction to the highest bidder, for
casu, at the omeo building 01 n, s. Taylor,
corner 01 Wasblugton avenue and Elgh
leemii street. 111 said city 01 airo, in
Alexander county ami state ot Illinois lots
numiieied 1 (one). and 3 iiwoi.iu mock num.
bered & ithirty-five in the fourth addition
to said citv of Cuiro, according to the re
corded plat thereof, witu the uppurte
usiiees, to sutlsly the purpose und condi
Hon ol said mortgage.
Hated Cairo, III.. May 1st, lt7.
S. SIAAl I'ah.ok,
Trustee ol the Cairo C ity rrjp. rty.
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