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TERMS (Including Postage) :
P.tiU Strictly In Advance.
Wbsieas, th first day of June-. A. t.
1T4, John .1. Hunter and Marian Hunter,
his wife, of the tooty of Pulaski and
state of Illinois, made, executed and a:
knowcoged in due form of law, and deliv
eied to the undersigned, a trust deed to
secure the payment of two promissory
notes tinted Pulaski, III., June 1st, 174
one for five hundred and rifty dollar
iV0 00) and the other ior live hundred
and foriy-nlne dollar! and eighty-three
cent iM'.i.Ni) the former payable twelve
month, and the latter eighteen months
afterdates thereof, to the order of the un
der gncd with ten per cent, interest per
annum payable semi-annually, both of the
saldnotc being signed by B.F.rorteroeld
and the said John J. llunter by tho style
of .). J. llunter: by which tntd trust deed
the raid John J. Hunter and said Marian
Hunter, his wife, conveyed In trust, to the
undersigned tree from all homestead
rights ami to secure the payment ol said
notes, the following described rcul estate,
situntc, lying and being in the said county
ot Pulaski and state ot Illinois, namely :
The northeast quarter of the northeast
qustter of section sixteen (10), township
titteeii (Km. (south) range No. one (1) we,t,
containing forty acres, more or less also the
following described parcel of land, namely :
beginning at a stake on the west line ol the
right of way of the Illinois. Central railroad
company ono hundred and titty leet
south eleven degree twelve minutes
west, from tho junction ol said
right of way with tho totith
line of Oak street Itl tho town ol Pulaski :
thence running west, eleven degrees and
twelve minutes north, lllteen rods ; thence
north, eleven degrees and twelve miuutes
cast,twcnty-tivo leet; thence e t, eleven le
grees and twelve minutes eoulh.hfteen rods
thence soutu.uevcn neCTecsanitweivemtn
utes weft, twenty-flvc teet to the placejot
i..Bi.MiB,wuuh.Iuiu(j twenty-three (square)
iuu.-, 11101c 01 icss, situatca in town and
county ot Pulaski and state of Illinois, lie-
lnc a part or f hp - ,. .,. ur
south range one (1) west of tho third princi
pal meridian; also a parcel ot land describ.
ed as follotrn, namelY I CV,mmirjplnfl
chains ami ninety llnfis south of tho north
west corner of section fifteen (!"), town
ship liftccn (Km. south rune ono (I) west ;
thence eat thirteen chains and twenty-
live links; thence south.sixteen degrees and
thirteen minutes west, fourteen chains and
twenty links ; thence south, sevent y-three
degrees ana tnirty-cignt minutes west, two
chains ana ihiriy-inree linns ; thence souin,
sixteen degrees and torty minutes west, Tour
chains and twelve links ; thence south nine
shains and seven links ; thence east five
chains and cigbty-one links ; thence south,
sixteen deir. and twenty-live minutes
(west), four chains and thirty-one links
IUUD) WCPl bCU VUB1I19 nuu fcncivv l.unn .
then, north on section line to the place of
beifinnlnif, containing twenty-six ana
eighty-six one-hundredths acres, nnd sit'
uateU In Pulaski county and state of 1111'
nois ; also lots isos. one (I), two (2), three
(3) lour (4) 'live (D) ana six ( in block o
Fourteen (14) in tno town or l'uiuski,
Pulaski uounty Illinois.
And Whereas, it, is previa ea in suia
trust deed which was duly recorded in the
recorders office ol Pulaski county, Illinois,
on the 34th, day of July A. IK 1874, in hook
"W" on page 1J2, that if default should be
made in the payment of the said notes or
any part thereof, accordinc to the tenor and
etl'uct thcreof,the undersigned mlKhtsell the
said premises or any part thereof anu au
the rural ana euitv 01 reuemption 01 mu
said Joun J. ana .viariau uumer ineir neirs
executors, administrators or assicns,
therein, at public vendue to the highest
bidder lor cash, after first having adver
tisod such sale ten days in a newspaper
published in Cairo, Illinois, or by posting
up written or printed nonces in lour v)
public places in the county where said
premises are situate and upon making
said sale to execute and deliver to the
nurcluiser or purchasers deeds for the con
vcvauce In fee of the premises sold, the
ri'-ht oi homestead beim: waived and re'
lued in said trust and acknowledge
And Whereas, default has been made in
the yment ot the said notes and each ol
them ant oitne interest tuernon.
Now Therelore, on .Saturday the 5th, day
of May at tho hour of one o'clock In the
afternoon, at the front door of the court
hausa. in Mound City. Pulaski coiiutv llli
nois, the undersigned will proceed to sell
said premises and all the riirht and eiMiity
ot redemption ot tno saui joun .1. ana jnar
iah . Hunter, their heir", ami at-Mns
therein, and free from all homestead riirhts,
to thohlebest bidder for cat-li in hand to
uav and satisfy said notes ; anil will, on
making sale thereof, execute and deliver
to the purchaser, or purchasers, good ami
sunicleut tlceu, or aeeus, taereior.
KlCHAItl) A. JIUNGEKKOKI), J fUStee.
Oiko, III., April 10th. lc77.
Cststeof Alrxandvr C. H "d(f". rlTsse.l.
I lie iindTSiirnfMl, lisvin ln ipoiinri 'i-
minis'rator nf Hie wiste of Alexander
HoiIb-ps iHte of the ciiutity ot Alesn(Ur aim
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby Rives notUie
that he will appear before the county court of
Alpvanilr mn.ii- th court tinne in Cairo,
at the April term, on the third Mondiy in April
nei, at wnicn time all person nnyoia rwii
ss-Hinst saiil estate are notified and rnpiested to
attend for the purpose of having the sHine nd
liisted. All isons indchtcl t ssid rilc sre
reiiirsteil to make imimilinte psynicnt to the
Utl'lrrnlij nod ,
I'Htotl this '.' til day of reo. A. . i"n.
4 Mr Mil Fit t Notice
Hunucl W. Cook is hereby notilled that
Jacob Mcrrell, 011 tht 15th day ot leccm-
ocr, it, i'., 1?. o, sued out 01 tne circuit
court ol Ale xender county, Htate of Illinois,
a writ 01 attachment against him, t tie said
Hainuel V. Cook and his estate, for the
sum of one hundred and ten dollars 111).
00). which said writ has been returned ex-
ccuted by levy on real estate, and is now
pending before said court. Now unless the
Hamuel W. Cook shall appear, irtve bail
and plead within the time limited lor his ap
pearance in such case, judgment will be
entered nnd the estate so attached will bo
sold. JOHN A.KKKVK, Circuit Clerk.
April ltd, 1n7i. d-td
Kt ite of .laoicn Inrlnnd, d reused.
1 tie undersigned, Iihvimk Ihcii h.hI titt .l ex
ecutors of the esiati: of duun a ...rlilli'l. late ol
the county of AU vnnder and state of Illinois,
deceased, "hereby give notice that tliey will up
ptiir.lH'foreltlie eountv court of said county, at
the court limine in tuiro at the April term, on
the third Monday in April next, at which time
all iersoiis having claims iigaitud said e-tate
arc notitled and n'qucsted tonltend for the pur-
po.-e ot Having tne sumu ailjiiii'wi. All per
sons Indehted to -
ALi iutot oMiNOS un'ir. .11. ptockri i. i
Tax Sal Notice.
To the heirs of I hules Hunt, deceased.
Notice is hereby tilven to tne ncirsoi
Chailes Hunt, dccciscd, tint on the 2d
day of September, A. I). li - t '
lands alid lots lor state, county, city and
school taxes due thereon Icr me jear
held at the door ol the court house In the
itv oi cim ni Aiesnilev and
state of Illinois, lbecomc the purchaser of
tuo loiiowing descrlbei! lot !"
number 0 in block num'n r 71 In the city of
I'nii'A torn,. r.i tin:. Taxed In tho
name of Charles Hunt and sold oy too 001
in. tni. r,r ani.i ..,,.,,, the property ol
him tbesaid Charles Hunt, ami me
ruilgmnll.in tvill v lrn nn tllO .l.llsy OI
A Ik 1"' ..I'lll'llt! K I .
'lt.. l l,r..l.v niv.n to all li r.'IH
ulioni It ,.iv ..nn. .nil that at it salo oi
lands, town l..tx. nndeitt loH hell at the
southwest Joor of the court liouse
the dlv rf t'nirn rountV Ol All
Mndl'l nn.l .lulu lif llllnoison t'ie
::iitii .l iv ,f H.,ii. iiil.er. A. I'. l"i"
for state, county, district school, city taxes
and special assessments ol the ei!y ol
Cairo ami other tax. s fi r tho J car IS. 4 and
costs: the undersl-iicd became the pur
chaser of all or the, lot number 1", Mock U
in the tirst addition to the city ot ( airo, in
the coun v of Alexander ami and state ot
lllimiis, nnd Hint the time 1t re letnption
will expire on tho :ii)!hday ot September,
A.D.IS77. I'. I'.U'i..
Cairo, Aptil, litith, 177. Purchnstr.
Estate of (Jove M. Willis, deceased:
The undcrsiirned, having been nppointed
administrator of the estata of Hove. 1
XI Willis late ol the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice that he will appear before the
county court of Alexander county, at the
court house in Cuiro at the June term, on
the third Monday in June next, at which
timeal 1 persons having claims nirainst said
estate are notified uhd reiues.ud 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.
Dated this 11th day of April, A. 1. 1877.
JAMES WILLIS. Adni'r.
Notice is In re by cjven lo all pev-ois
whom it may concern. Hiatal a sale of
lin isand town and city lots held at the
SOIltllWCSt d"--MtV' r- - Mil OIIC in Hie
citv - "'pntt jsjom otji jo a;)fot.ifi!i
il tnntn aohs nun '.otn vtutn 'Jajpq ou
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uale iv liootlntr. coma oo fcrn -
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Emma Overlln, defendant, Is notified that
on the loth day of April, i77, A. i . uvcr
lin comtilainnnt. tiled his bill in rhiineerv
in the Alexander Co. Circuit Court, Stato of
Illinois for divorce, nnd that said suit Is
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upon a summons was issued out of the
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turnable on the third Mondav in May. ls.77.
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at the courthouse, in Cairo, in said county
and state. .JOHN A. itr.t. r cierx.
C. SHAVER, Complainants Solicitor.
Dated April 10, lts77.
.Tosenh A. Plullitii. l.ee Phillips, Zacliarlah C
Phillms. Caroline ,1. llarnish and Klialietli
It. ltoseiii;reeu me notitled that on the vth i.'uy
of April, ls77, the trustees ol schools ol tou
shio seventeen smith r.niKe one west
complainant filed Its bill in chancery against
you and Margaret A. K ounce, Jtciijamin
Parker nnd Hvron r. liliikc, aominis
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in said Alexander county. :
Jon A. llEr.vi, clerk.
April 10th. ls7Ct
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.Mils. C. 11 A r -M.il.
Cairo. April oOtli, 1-7U. l'lirchust-r.
Is hereby (iiTCiithat default havinjj been
made lor more than sisty days in tho pay
ment, of anortion ot t ie amount secuicu
to be paid by a ceitain mortgage executed
iitr mm .in ia it. rarrtu 10 oaiuuei oia.ii
-Itiv nr nnil KilU'liril 1 arsous. liufiren vi
the Cairo city property, dated eeptemoer
ltith 1&71 and recorded, in the recoruei s
ottice of Alexamk-r county, in the state ot
Illinois in book u, on page iu., etc. l, tne
undertigned, sucessor to said trustees, will
on Saturday, the 12th day ot May instant,
A. I. 1S77, at It) o'clock in the lorenoon ol
that day, under and bv virtue of the power
of sale contained In said mortgage, sell ot
public auction to the lilgnesi cuuuer lor
cash, at the otllce building of 3. .s. layior,
corner Washington avenue and Eighteenth
street, in said city ot Cairo, in Aiexanuer
county and state of Illinois, lots numbered
l')(tilteenc li (sixteen), i iinriy-nu ee;,
andS4 ithirtv-fourj in block numbered 1
(two) in theiourtb addition to the said city
ot Cairo; according to the recorded plat
thereof, with the appurtenanaes, to satisly
the purpo-es nnd conditions of said molt
Uited C viro, Ills , May 1st, 1H."7.
Staatu Ta YI.OK,
Trustee of the Cairo City l'raperty.
State of Illinois, Alexander County ss
In the Alexander County ( itcuit Court, Henry
w liltcampvs. r.ua tteia, Andrew neia, .nary
fetubbs, et als.
Hill to foreclose mortgage.
Public notice is hereby given, tluit in persn-
anc- of a decree n-nderisl in the above entitled
canoe, in said court, at the January term, A.D.
177, I, John y. I at nil . master in chancery
of said county. W1I.11 V'riday the Pith day of
March, A. It. line nour oi eleven
(ll) o'clock a.m. fjn d day, sell at public
vendue to the highest ui l der lor cash lu band,
at the frontdoor of the ourt bouse in tilt, city
of I airo, county of Alexander and stale of Illi
nois-, the Pillowing aescriiieii real eotute, to
wilt The north-east quarter ofthe north-east
quarter of section number thirty-two i.) m
ownsnip nuinotr suteeu (in; souin range two
west of the third principal meridian in the
county of Alcxauder sod state of Illinois to
gether with the appurtenances and privileges
thereunto belonging or appertaining-
JUllN y. HA KM AN.
M-4t Master in (.hancery.
Cairo, His., February il le77.
Consumption, tliat scourge of humanity, is
the treat diW ol taobumait family, luaUt.vil
snl eountriea. ...
I feel confident that I am in possession of the
only aure, infallible remedy now known to
he pruivMioa tor the sptssfy. positive cure ol
bat oread diiuM, sod its unwelcome concom
itants, win talarrb, Asthma, lironchitie. Ner
vous IietiUitv, etc., etc. I am old fogy. J be
lieve la medicine. 1 weoty-eigut year ei
rsse as a busy practitioner iu the best con
uuioa bospiwla ia the old and new world,
ba tauctit euo the value of proper inedica te n
boil, local aud coasutuliousl in the cum of this
freateuuuyofourraix. I bave found lu liut
am agitaia-. 1 startnl eui tossy to those
aunrring villi euusuuivlma or aay of the above
HtaUMlim,tUu4baddr ii(iu, elvibg symp
U.uu, Uy slmll U pul lu ryoMeMu ol this
great Ouba, without ckiarae, awt snail nave tin
iani of my lru.noe iu UiouaunU of rata
aunenatully treU4. lull parUeuUrs, dirao
tious for prepataiioa and use, ud advuw and
laatiuMiuaa fur auLoawsful treaiiwnt at your
ba houie, will be iwemdjliy jou by reliuu
luail, Ireeol cbargc, lr wldiess rig
I K JollN a. BL KNtrr,
Willy II Jefcreua street Uuutvtl l
Whereas John 11. l'hillls and iiulhel J.
l'hillis his wile, did by a ccrtaiu deed of
trust bearing date March the 1st 1S70,
convey unto Charles A. 8coueld, guardian
of the minor heirs ot William 11. bcotield,
deceased, the following real estate situate
in the city of Cairo, couoty of Alexander
and State of Illinois and known and des
ignated upon the recorded plat ol said city
as follows, to-wlt; Lots numbered 11) and
2i iti block numbered 'JO, and lots 5, 0 and
7 in block 74, and lot ten (loi and the south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one in the first addition to tho city o
Cairo aforesaid, in trust, however, to so
cure the prompt payment ol a certain prom
issory note of that date, duly executed
by the said John H. l'hillls, for the sum of
ti,l.i..S and made duo and payable to the
said Charles A. Scofleld, guardian as afore
said, twelve months after date with inter
est thereon from date at tho rate of ten
per cent per annum. And whereas said
note is now past due and no part thereof has
I been paid and the sai l John C. l'hillis has
maue ueiauit m tne payment i tna tame.
Now therefore, I, the ld Charles A. Sco.
field guardian as aforesaid do hereby noti
fy the said John B. 1'hillls and lUcbel J.
l'hillis and all whom It may concern that
by virtue of said deed oi trust and the
power therein conferred on me, I will at
the hour ol eleven o, clock, a. m. on the
21st day April, A. I). 1877, at the westerly
court house door in the city of Cairo in
said county, sell ut public out cry lor cash
in hand the above mentioned real estate or
so much thereof as may be necessary to
pay and discharge said promissory note
and the interest thereon and the necessary
expenses of executing ssid trust.
Guardian of the minor heirs of William U.
CAIRO. Ills., March l'Jth 1877.
Kstate ot William ISracken, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the estate ot William
liracken, late oi the county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby fives
notice that she will appear beiore me
county court ol Alexander county, at the
court house in Cairo at the June term.
on the third Monaay in .June next, at
which time all persons bavins,' clslms
agaiust said estate are notilied and re-
uiested to attend ior tne purpose oi miv nig
the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment to ttie undersigned.
Hated this 17th day of April, A. L). 1S77.
CAIIOI.INK K. it ack N,
Estate of tireen 15. Parker, deceased
Tne undersigned, haying been appointed
administrators of the estate of (ireeu It.
l'arker.late ofthe county ol Alexander,an J
Ftate of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that they will appear before the county
court of Alexander county, at the Court
House in Cairo, at the June term, on the
Third Monday In June next, at which
time all persons laviiiL' claims agaiust said
estate are notilied and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estato
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Pated this ih day of April A. U.1S77
O ;kkkm.ky and Joun 11. 1'akkeh,
i-lh tiw Administrators.
nn WATCHES. nier.l ,n tl.. u,,,,
IUtvrUru.a4iisulOtLHitk0 U r
Kstate ot Joseph 1. Cameron, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix vt the estate of Joseph 1.
Cameron, late of the county of Alexuuder
and Stats of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that sbe will appear beiore
the county court or Alexander county, at
the court Louse in Cairo at the May term,
on the third Monday iu May next, at which
nme an persons naving claims against said
estate are notitled end requested to attend
ior toe purpose ol hsvlng the same ad
lusted. All persons Indeptea to said es
tate are requested to make imusediate pay
uient to the undersigned.
lated, this loth day ol March. A. D..
Notice is hereby given to Creed Uitcl.io
that Kliabeth Kitchie on the '21 day ol
April. 1877. tiled in the circuit court of Al
exandcr county, State of Illinois, her bill
in chancery lor a divorce lroin him, the
said Creed Iiitchie, and that thereupon n
summons in chancery issued out of said
court at the suit of said Kliabeih Kitchie
and aval nst the said Creed Ititchie return
ublo to a term of said court to be holden
at the court house in Cairo, iu said Alex
ander county, on the third Monday of
Slav, A. 1)., 1ST, wtuca suiu suit is now
pending before said court.
JOHN A. HhKVfc', Circuit Clerk.
April 3d 1S77. d td
A Hull dug, all white with the exception o
one black simt vcr the left eve. The dog has
lieeil missed lor about one one year. 'Ihe par
tite who now have him w ill please return him
to his law ful ow ner, or sutler prosecution to
tue mil client oi uie law.
PAT t OKCOKAS.
y ; y U H
To I lie Worklnir d'lnaa. We are now
preparetl to Pirnioh all classes w ith constant eui
ploymeut at home, the whole of the time, or for
ineir spare moments, iiusinesa new, nsni u i
protltable. I'l-rsons of either sex easily earn
iroln 5" cents to ' a-r evening, and a propor
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
business, liovs acd girls earn nearly as much
as men. Thai all who see this notice may m-uJ
their address, and test the business we make Ibis
unparalleled oiler: To such a are not well satis
fied we will send one dollar to pay f r the
trouble of writing. Toll particulars, smaplos
wurtn several dollars to commence, work on
and a copy ofiiome and Ir i reside, one if the
srgest sod bet llliutruteil publications, al) sent
lie uv man. ,r, saner, ityiu want s iiiiaut-iii,
prnnuttiie worn uaoui.a mihsom a tot run
and. Maine, .
4 liaui-erjr police.
Clisrles 1'lmmas defendant is notitled that on
March .'Tlh. 1S77. Kanuie 1 hnmas romiilainaut,
D td her bill in chancer v. in the Alexander
county circuit court. Mate nf Illinois, for di-
vorovand that said suit is now pending in said
court: I hat llieruiipon a summons was issued
out ol the clerk's olUce of mid court agaiust
ro'i reiurnaiiie on the third Monoay in May,
s77, to a term of laid court then to be holden at
the court boiioe in Cairo in said county aud
Uutul Mjr.h 17, leTT.
John A. ltiiva,
'I- i tit 's clicitor. Cleik
n 0j s 'srsnUe uslnr o'.r fVi
Auzar A Drllla. aiaA a lii'.i. i
1..11T10 aiM'l Air uU. auser Lsmi
In. SiU in;- t w. Ml. l.ula. U
Is hereby given thut default having been
made foriuoie than sixty cays in thu pay
ment ot a portion ol t be amount secured to
be paid by certain mortgage executed by-
Max iviitiuu aim Aiicuaei .luugmeier. io
ainuelstaaU layior and l.'iwiu l'ar.-ons
trustee of the Cairo city property, dated
luly ailth, 1S7I, recorded in the recorder s
office, ol Alexander Connty, in the State
ol Illinois, in book (i ol deed-; on pages n.'.
etc. I, the undersigned, successor of said
Trustees, will on Saturday, tnn litti day oi
.May, instant, A. !., 177, at ID o'clock, In
the lorenoon ot tint day, under and by
vlrtua of the power ot sale contained in
aid .Mortgage, seu, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, tor casu, at itn omce
building ol S. S. Taylor, corner ol Wash
ington avenue and Klgbtectith street, in
said City oi Cairo, in Aiexanuer touiuy
anil State ol Illinois lots numbered .
(seven) and 8 (eight) in block numbered
7.l(seventy-tliree); in sain i.ny oi .auo,
according to tue recorueu joai iia-icm,
with the appurtenances, to satity the pur
poses and conditions of raid Mortgage.
i in,... i Ci-i, 111 M ivl.l IsTT
I'iiiun imiiui in.) .""j ..i - ...
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
ia marveiuiie ... r-j , ... contains on y narmiesi
of Liver and Stomach d'"lt,,e'- " EXACTLY WHERE
vegetable ewWu"M"JJ It re-
NEEDVS S h! I ve?!nd JSms!! the ttomaoh from
by Giving it tho ratura quantity .'y,3. onic
poison, whether bilious, "rjn?'s;:i
the wearer in perfect health i. Sent by 'JsS?.
tis maiocn them.
et, Cincinnati, u. rn rt.- -
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Is hereby given that defiiilt having
been made for more than sixty days in the
payment of a portion ol the amount secur
ed to be paid by a certain mortgage exe
cuted by James Kennedy to Samuel Staats
Taylor una nuwin i arrons, irusieea oi mu
Cairo city property, dated November 'Jd
l.s72., recorded in tin recorder's olli.ie el
Alexander county in the 'tato ot Illinois,
in book 1," ol d.'eds, on pase Is!), etc. I,
the undid signed successor to snid trustees
will on Saturday the litli day ol .May, in
stant A. I)., 1S77 at lu o'clock, in the tore
noon ol that day. under and by virtue ol
the power ot sale contained in said mort
gsge, sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash at tue olUce building oi .
S. Taylor, corner of Washington avenue
and Eighteenth street, in said city of Cairo,
in Alexander county and tate of Illinois lots
numbered "1 ( twenty-lour i, i' (twenty -live),
'JO (tweuty-six:, -J7 itweiity-seven), is
itwentveight) in block utimkered !K)(nincty)
iu the iirst addition to said city oi Cairo, ac
cording to the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances to satisfy the pur
poses and condition ot said mortgage.
Uated Cairo, Ills. May 1st, 177.
8. STAA1S TAYI.OK,
Trustee ol the Cairo City l'ropetty.
Is hereby given tbat default having been
tuade'lor more than is) d.a s in the invmeut
o! a portion of the amount secured to be
puidbya certain mortgage executed by
Frederick Hamilton to Samuel Staats 'fay
lor and Kdwiu Tamms. trustees ol the
Cairo citv uroiiertv. d.ited November UOtll
ls73: recorded in the lteeordet's ollice of
Alexander county, iu thu State of Illinois,
in book tj ol deeds, on p:ie til, I, tho un
dcrsi'mcd. successor of saui trustees, will
on Saturday, the K'th day of May instant.
A. I). 1077. at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon of
that day, under aud by v ir.ue ot the power
of sale contained iu said mortgage, sell, at
public auction, to the highest bidder, Ior
cash, at the otlici building of S. S. Taylor,
corner of Washington avenue and 1Mb
street, in said city of t alio, in AlexsnJcr
county and Stale ol Illinois, lot numbered
Jl (twenty-one), iu block numbered 41
(fortv-loun. in said citv of Cairo, accord-
ini; to the recorded ulat thereof, with the
appurtenances: to satisfy the purposes uud
conditions or said mortgage.
Dated Cairo, HI., May 1st, 1877.
S. STAATS TAVI.OIS;
Tru-tee of the Cairo City Property
Is hereby iivm that default having been
made for more than sixtv days in the pay
men tol a portion of the amount secured lobe
paid by a ceitain mortgage executed by
illiain Itracke to Samuel btaats layior
and fcdwin 1'arsons. trustees ot tho Cairo
city property, d ited April l!th, ls-7'S. and
recorded in the recorder's ollice of Alex
andt-r eountv in tho state ut Illinois, in
book G ol deeds, on page Sd. 1, the uudcr-
signed successor to said trustees, will on
Saturday, the 12th day of May instant A.
1. is. 7, a Id o'clock, in the forenoon of
that d iy under and by virtue of the power
Ol sale contained in said mortgage, sell at
public- auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the oillce building ol S, S. Taylor,
corner ol Washiugton avenue and Kith
teenth street, in said city ol Cairo, in
Alexander county and statu ol Illinois lots
uumbeied 1 one), and 2 (twot.in block num
bered X (thirty-live iu the fourth addition
to said citv of Cairo, according to tliu re.
corded plat thereof, with the appurte
nances, to satisly the purpo.es and condi
tions ol said mortgage.
Dated Cairo, Ills., May 1st, 1ST 7 .
S, STAAT . ' . O t,
TruMee ot the C'slro Ci f :eri y.
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St. Nicholas for 1077,
Which orieiis with November, ls7C, begins
A short and very entertaining serial from
the Kreuch, "The Kingdom of the Greedy,"
a story adapted to the Thanksgiving season.
Anotherserial.ol absorbing interest to boj .
"HI-5 OAVN MASTKIt,''
15y J. T. Trowbridge,
author ofthe "Jack Hazard Stories," be
gins in the Christmas Holiday Number.
liesides serial stories, cnristmus stones
lively sketches, poems and pictures for the
holidivs, and some astonishing illustrations
of Oriental .-ports with drawings by Siamese
The Christmas Holiday Number of
Superbly illustrated, contains a very inter
"HIE BOYS OF MY 1HJYHOOD,"
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