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Notice U hereby given to all pcrsoim
whom il may concern, that at a sale of
lands and town and rily lots held al Ilia
southwest door l lh court home tn the
city ol CMro, Couniv of Alexander land
tale of Illinois on the nth day ol Septem
ber, A. 1. Is7f, for Mate, lo'univ district
school an.? other taxes for th your leW and
coat, the undersigned became the pur
chaser of the following described lota sit
uate in the town of Santa Fe iu the county
and state aforesaid:
LolsJ Block In whoae name taxed A; sold
0 Jones' heir
.1. W. Kenlro.
.1. W. Konlro
An that the tune lor redemption will ex
pire on te Uthdny olSiptoNiln', A.l. 1877,
MRS. f. JIAKNKK.
Cairo, April ;iutli. lf77. rurchaaer.
Joseph i. riullli, Lee Phillips, aclm'luli C.
l'liillipi, I srolinu ). Ilarniali ami Klizabeth
11. lioMncrcfh are untitled that on the nth day
ot April, lf7T, the trustees of schools of town
aliip seventeen soulli rauKo one west,
cnuipUiiiiaiit Hied its hill in cliuncery against
vuii and Margaret A. ftoonce, Benjamin
Parker and liyMii K. llluke, adininiH
Iralur, etc. dil'cmlculs in the Alexander
cxiunty curciiit court In the shite of Illinois lor
furecloimre of mortgage, and that said suit
is now pending in said eourl;lhata summons
thereupon Issued out ol suid court aeainstsaiil
dt'l'endenis, returnuhle on tlie third Monday
ol' May Isj, to a term of saiil court tin ii in be
holilun ut the teouri bouse lu thecily ol Calru,
iu said Alexander coiiuly.
Ioiin A. Raiiva, clerk.
April llh. l7U
A tdchme t Notice
Notice Is here by (,'lven thut u writ of ut
ucluiifiit lor the sum ol -"Mi." lius huen
sMted nut of Ihe circuit court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, nt the suit ot the
i'hiio Box anil Bucket compaiiy, ami
UKiii.i.t the estate of Henry Otis, ictiii'u
sb:e to Iho next term olsaid coiul, to Iim
liolden at the .ouri Iioumi iu Cairo. Illinois,
ou the third .Monday in M iy. A. It., IK77:
which writ h been levied tijiou persona
uroDcrtvot saiu ihim. uuii s:tni cuu-e is
noiv iicuilniL' heloie sulu courl; aud unless
sslil Mis snail uiiprar, eivc bun aim n eatl
within the time limiled for his appearance
iu such case, juiljfiiient will be outered and
the estate so attached, will be told.
John A- Kheivk, Circuit Clerk.
.May liili, lt77.
U liMrcby given thut default hiving been
made lor mure than sixty i. ays in the pay.
me til ol a portion ol fie amount secured to
bn paid by certain mortgage executed by
Max Kulint; and Michael .liingmeter to
Samuel Mauls Taylor and Edwin I'ursous
trustee" of the Cairo city property, dated
July Sllth, 187.1, recorded in the recorder's
office, ol Alexander County, in the State
ol Illinois, in boak ti ot deed-; on pages 02.
etc. I, the undersigned, successor of said
Trustees, will on Saturday, the 1'iili day of
May, instaut, A. 1 1877, at 10 o'clock, lu
the forenoon ol that day, under and by
virtue of the power ol sale continued in
said Mortgage, soli, ut public auction, to
the highest bidder, lor cash, ut the ollice
building of a. d. 'J'avior, coiner ol Wash
ington avenue and Klghteenth street, in
said C ity of Cairo, in Alexander County
and State ot Illinois lots numbered 7
(seven) and 8 (elgbi) to bloek numbered
73lsevt'iity-tlire); iu suid Ctiy ot Cairo.
according to the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to xutlsty the pur
poses and cumiitiouR of said Mortgage,
hated Cairo, HI., May 1st, 1H77.
Trustee of the CuiroCily i'roperty.
o:lco is hereby given to Creed ilitc'.di
that Elizabeth Ritchie on the '2d day ol
April, Ih77, tiled in the circuit court of .Al
exander county, State of Illinois, her bill
in chancery lor a divorce from hiiu, the
a d Creed Ritchie, and that thereupon n
summons In chancery issued out ol said
court ut tlie suit of said Klixabe h Ritchie:
and against the said Creed Ritchie return'
able to a term of sid court to be liolden
at Hie court house in Cairo, in said Alex
ander county, on the third Monday of
May, A. It., 1K77, which said suit is now
pending beloro suid court.
JOHN A. KEE V E, Circuit Clerk.
A ii 1 11. 'Id 1N77. d td
Is hereby given that default having been
made lor inure than sixty days in the pay
ment of u portion of the amount secured
lobe paid by a cei tain mortgage executed
by .Mrs. Julia K. Farrin to samuel Staats
Taylor and Edward Parsons, trustees ot
the Cuiro city properly, dated September
iuiii ici nnti recorueu, 111 me recorder s
olllce of Alexander county, iu the statu ol
Illinois in book U, on page l'J.'i, etc. I, the
undesigned, sticessor to suid trustees, will
on suturdiiy, the lutli duy ot May Instant,
A. 1). 1877, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon ol
that day, under and by virtue of the power
ol sale contained in said mortgage, sell at
public auction to the highest bidder for
casii, at tue otnce building or a. s, Taylor,
corner iVasuiogtou avenue and Eighteenth
street, In said city of Cairo, In Alexander
county anj state or Illinois, lots numbered
lfMlilteen); 1(1 (sixteen), Hi! (thirty-three),
and .14 (iiiiriy-iour) in piock numbered 2
(two) in the lourth addition to the said city
ol Cairo; according to the recorded plat
tuereol, with tue appurtenaunes, to satlsly
the purposes and conditions of said Uloit
!jtedC4iro, Ills , May 1st, 1877.
S. ST A ATS TaYI.OK.
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
f liiiiicery Notice.
Euiniu Overlin, defendant, is notllled that
ou the 10th day of April, 1877, A. T. Over
lin complainant, died his bill in cliuncery
in the Alexunder Co. Circuit Court, Slate of
Illinois for divorce, and that said suit Is
now pending in said court. That there
upon a summons was issued out of the
clerks olice ol said court airainst von. re.
turiiublo on the third Monday lu May, 1877,
to a term of said court, then to be liolden
ut the courthouse, In Cairo, in said county
und state. JOHN A. HE EYE. Clerk.
J. C. S 11 AVER, Complainants Solicitor.
I'aieu April iu,
E-late of tireen H. Parker, deceased
Tne undersieued. having hnn ?n,oint,..l
admiuistrutors of the estate of dreen II.
1 arser.late of the county ol Alexandcr.and
Male of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that they w ill appear belore the county
court ol Alexander county, ut the tourt
Home in Cairo, at the June term, un
Third Monday In June next, at u hn.i,
time all persons laving claims airainst sal, l
estate are untitled and requested to attend
lor the purpose of haviug the same ad-
nisieu. yiii persons indebted to said estt
are requested to make immediate payment
Dated this lntb day of April A. D. 1H77
O liRKM.KV aud John Ii. Parkkii,
Estate ot William Itnicln-n. ,I,.a.p.i
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix r i), u.t.i ni lein;
i. . : -".v v. iiuaiii
Bracken, late ol the county of Alexander
v, ui iiiiuois, deceased, hereby gives
no ice that she will appear before the
t Alexander county, ut the
n o U mSH ."I. iM' at J""B '''"'.
win i1.8 , !'r'1 M,"nauJr '" l,"'n
winch tune all jiersons having claims
sgainst said estate are noli lied and re-
-,..c.-u . .wi n or me purpose ol having
the sa ne adjusted. All persons indebted
to said eMate ure requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Duted this 17th day of April, A, D, 1n77
Cahoi.inb E. IIiuckkn,
Estute of Ooye .M. Willis, deeeased:
The uuderslgned. buviusr been aitnoliitAil
administrator of tho .stale or (iove
M W illis lute ol the countvof Al,,.,,.!,.,
und alute ol Illinois, deceased, hereby
givo notice that he will appear before the
county court of Alexander county, at the
court house iu Culro at the June term, on
the;thlrd Mouuay iu June next, at which
timeal I persons having claims against suid
estate aro notihed und requested lo at
eud lor th e purpose of bavin tlm um.
djUsted. All persona Indebted in mi.i ...
ure rtqucsted to make Immediate Dav
ment to the uudersigned. v 7
"""i mis uin day oi April, A. I), 1H77
JAMkU WILLIS. Adui'r!
!mMol W. Cook la hereby notified that
ilacob i. Mcrrcll, on th lntb day ol Decem
ber, A. P., ihTtl, med out of the li cult
com l ol A lexender county, Htatc of Illinois,
a writ ol attachment a(;atiist him, the sniil
Samuel V. Cook nl his estate, for the
urn of one hundred and tun dollars (110..
00), which laid writ has been returned ex
ecuted by levy ou real estate, and is uow
pending before tali. ourt. Now unless the
Samuel V. Cook sh. I appear, give bail
aud plead within the time limited lor his ap
pearance in such case, Judgment will be
entered and the estate so attached w ill be
old. JUMNA. ltfcKVE, Circuit Clerk
April Sil, 1H7U. il-td
Kstnto ol Joseph 1'. Cameron, dcccascu.
Tue uinlerslnod, having been nppoiiituil
administratrix of the estate of Joseph 1'.
Omcion, lit'.c of the county of Alexander
and .Statu ot Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that she will appear belore
the county court of Alexander county, at
the court bouse iu Cairo at the May term,
on the third Monday in .May next, ut which
1 1 mo ull persons having claims against said
estate are notlllcd and requested to attend
for the purpose ol hitviug the same aU
justed. All parsons indepted to suid es
tate are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated, this Will day ol March, A. !.,
1B77. MAIUi AHKf CAMEKO.N, Adtu'x.
Is hereby given that default having
been made lor more than sixty days in the
pavuiout of a portion ot the uiuount secur
ed to he paid by a certain mortgage exe
eiited by James Kennedy to bamiiel SUuta
l ayior and r.dwin I'aivons, trustees ot the
Cairo city property, dated November 2d
172., recorded in tha recorder's ulti -e ol
Alexander county in the ttate ol Illinois,
iu book ' P," ol d eds, on page 1MI, etc. I,
ilio utiiloisigmid successor to said trustees
will on Saturday Ihe 12111 day ul May, iu
stant A. !., 1.177 lit 10 o'clock, iu the lord
noon ot thut day. under aud by virtue of
the power ol sale contained In said mort
ar ire, sell nt publlo auction, to the hie-bct
bidder for cash ut the oltlce building ol S.
S. Taylor, coiner of Washington avenue
and Eighteenth street, In said city of Culro,
in Alexander county and state of Illinois luts
numbered ill I twenty-lour), i: (twenty
live), ai (iwenty-six). 27 (twentv-sevelll. 2H
(iweutveightl in block numbered !)(ninety)
iu the lirst addition to said city olluiro. ac
cording to tlie refolded mat thereof.
with the appurtenances to satisfy the l,ur-
poses and condition ol said mortgage.
I'uieu miro, ins. May 1st, tan.
8. STAA18 Tavi.OK,
Trustee ol the Cairo City 1'ropeitv.
is hereby id veil that default l.avi
made for more than sixty days in ihe pay
ment ol a portion of the amount secured to be
paid uv a certain mortgage executed by
William Itraeke to Samuel Stuais 'i'uylor
aud Edwin l'arsons, trustees of the Cairo
city property, dited Apiil 2stb, ItsT.'t, and
recorded iu the recorder's olllce of Alex
ander county iu the Statu ol Illinois, in
book II ot deeds, on page HO. 1, the under
signed succesior to said trustees, will ou
Saturday, the 12th day of May Instant A.
l. l, i,tt' 10 o'clock, lu the lorenoon of
luutdty under and by virtue of the power
oi suio couiuiueu in saiu luoriiraue. sen at
publio auction to the highest bidder, Tor
cash, at the olllce building ol S, S, Taylor,
corner oi wusuiugion avenue and Eigh
teenth street, tn said city of Cairo, in
Alcxahder county and state ol Illinois lots
numbeied 1 tone), and 2 (two), In block num
bered ar (thirtv-tlve In the tourth addition
to sum citv or Cairo, according to the re.
corded plat thereof, with the uppuite-
naucea, to sutisiy tne purposes and coud
Hons ot said mortgage.
Dated Cairo, Ills., May 1st, 1 1-7 .'
s. Sta'ats Taylor.
Trustee ol the Cairo Culrol'roperiy.
Is hereby given that default having been
tuudejfor more tlrju 00 days in the payment
o'. u portion of the amount secured to be
tiaidbya ecrUin mortgage eiecuted by
Frederick Hamilton to Sumuel Stasis Tay
lor and Edwin Parsons, trustees ol the
Cuiro eity properly, dated November 20th,
1873; recorded in the Recorder's olllce of
Alexander county, in tho Stute of Illinois,
in book Uol deeds, on page 01,1, the un
dersigned, successor of suid trustees, will,
on Saturday, the 12ih day of Mac instant.
a u. 18, i, ut too clock in the lorenoon ot
that day, under aud by ir.ue ol the power
ol sale contained in said mortgage, sell, at
puiiiic uuclloii. to tlie highest bidder, lor
cash, at ilia ollice building of S. S. Taylor,
cornerof Washington avenue und 18th
street, in said city of Cuiro, in Alexander
county and Stale ol Illinois, lot numbered
zi (iweniy-one), in block numbered 44
(lorty-toiir). in said citv ol Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded plut thereof, with the
appurtenances; to satisfy the purposes and
conditions oi said mortgage.
Dated Cuiro, 111,, May' 1st, 177.
S. staaTS Tavi.dk;
Trustee of the Cairo City I'roperty.
.Stats ok Illinois, i
Alexander County, J
In the Alexander County Circuit Court
.Samuel Stauts Taylor uml Edwin Parsons,
Trustees ol the CaiioC.ty Property,
Dill lo Enforce Vendor' Lien.
Pubiic notice is herebv civentbat iu tur
siiunec of u decree reudered by said court
In the ubove entitled cause, ut the January
term thereol, A. D. 1877. I. John (. Har-
man, Master in chancery ot said county,
mo, un r riuay, tue piu uuy oi oune, A. o.
1877. at tbe hour of ten o'clock a. m. ol
said day, sell ut public auction, to tbe bieh-
est bidder, lor cash, at the Iront door of
me court house In the citv
ol Cuiro, In said county and
stute, the following described real estate,
to wit: Lot numbered live (.') in block
numbered thirty-live ta.Y). in the tlrst ad
iiition to tbe city ot Cairo, in the county of
Alexander and stute or Illinois, together
with all und singular the privileges and an-
purtodancesthtreuuto belonging aud there
JOHN tl. U ARM AN,
w4t Master In Clumcerv
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877.
Stat ok Illinois, 1
Alexander County, '
lu the Alexauder County Circuit Court.
umuel Staats I ay lor and K.lwin Parsous,
. ....... .. .. . j
i rustees oi the Cairo City i'roperty,
Bill to Euforce Vendor's Lien.
Public notice is herebv elvon that in Dur.
suance of a decree rendered by said court
in me aoove eiiuiien eauae, al tne January
term, A. I). 1877, 1, John O,. Harinau. Mas.
ter iu Chancery of said county, will, on
rriday, the 8th day of June. A. 1). 1877, at
Ihe hour ol II o'clock u. in. of said dav
sell at public auction at the front door 'nt
the court house in the eity ol Cairo, in said
county aud stale, to tbe highest bidder, lor
casu iu nand. tne billowing described real
estate, to wit: Lot uumtiureil fikdiioen iini
in block uuinbercd ninety (00), in Ihe lirst
million io we cuy ot cairn, lu tbe county
of Alexander and State or Illinois, together
with ull und singular the privileges am) up.
pursuances therciiuto belonging or apper
taining. John (. Hakman,
Master in Chancery.
Cairo, May 17, 1877,
be inane t,y every agen
- r' """" i me misiness we
furnish, but those willing to work can easily
earn a don n dollars a day right in tbeir own lo
uliltus. Have no room lo ex plain Here, Busi
ness pleasant and honorable, Women, hoys
mil girls do as well as men. We will lurni.h
you a complete outllt lh, The business Lava
lielbr than anvlhinn else. We will l:.r
oHiseolatartlngyou, farllculars tit. W
ind tiv, Ksrmeru ami mw'haoiea, their son
snddaiiglilers, and all classes iu licedot paying
nu, iivuir, buuiiiii wrueio . auuie ru as
bout Ihe -,.rk al once. Now is the tlrat
MsdnV AUlm 'feue Co, Augusta
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Jacob Christian, Mary Chrlstiau aud
You arc hereby nohtlcd that at a sale of
laads for tbe delinquent state, county, die
trlct school and oilier taxes of the year
1874 and co ts, held at tbe court bouse door
in the city ot Cairo, county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, on the sixth day of
September, 187ft, Martin Brown purchased
Ihe und bf n hi ne, uml bf ae ne, und hf sw
ne, uudhf is' s und hf uesw, und bf nw
se. All the al. ,e described lands are sit.
uated In section three (J), town iliteen (lA)
nd in range three ill) west of :ld 1 M. In
said county and stale, and that Ihe timo
given by law for the redemption of raid
lands will expire on tlie sixth day of Sep.
tembur, 1877. ,
Martin Uhown, Purchaser
Cairo, Ills, May ll.lf" wit
STATE OF ai.lSOlS, 1 ss
Alkxanukh Coimy. j " '
In Ihe Alexander County Circuit Court-Bill to
Enforce Vendor's Lieu.
Samuel Riaats, Tin lor und K.lwin Parsons,
Trustees of thvCairo Lily i'roTU
Andrew J. An lcrsou.
Public notice is henhy given that In pursii
aiceol a decree rendered hy said court In the
ubove entitled cause at tlie.l uiiuiry term there
of, A. 1). Im77, 1, John y. Kantian, master iu
chancery of said county, will, on Friday, tbe
sill day of June, A. 1 is77, at the hour of l
o'clock, m., ef said day, seM at public uuciion,
at the trout door of tlie court house, iu Ihe city
of Cairo, in said coiuitv aud stale, to the high
est bidder for cash in hand, subject however to
tlie paymeut of third instalment of purchase
money yet to becoinsdiiv, according lo the third
bond or note in couiilaiuunl's bill herein men
tumid aud coiuplaiuaid's vendors lien mi the
real estate securing pajiuent (lie rent, the follow
ing described leal estate, to-wit: Lots num
bered thirty-eight (V-) and thirty-nine t.T.i), in
block nuiubereO twenty eight (s) in tbe tit-Ht
addition to the cilr ol Cairo, iu Ihe coiuitv ol
AteKKi.i'a.'. and stole ol' Illinois, aud lugeiher
W 'lit Hli and singiilai the piTvilives aitfl afipur
(enances Iherellnl j ImiIoiihis' or upperluining.
JuilN i). II AItM A.N.
wit. Master iu (Tunicery.
Cairo. III., May Kill. K7.
The most miserable beiinrs iu the world
are those suUering fmin dvspepsia uud
More than seventy-live per cent ol the
people in the United Slates un, attliel.l
with these two diseases and their ttlects
such as sour stomash, sick headache, hubl
uul costiveuess, palpitation of the heart
heart-burn, water brash, gnawing and
burning pains at the pit of tbe stomach,
yellow skin, coated tongue aud disagree
able taite in tbe mouth, coating up nt fond
alter eating, low spirits, etc. Oo to Paul
ii. H-'huli, druggist, a 76 cent bottle ol
Arou8T Flow Kit, or a sutnple bottle for
10 couts. Try it two doses will relieve
Consumption, that scourge of humanity, is
the great dread nt the human family , in all o wi
I leei conlldeiit that I um in possestion of the
only sure, infallible remedy now known lo
he prolession lor the ieedy, positive cure ol
hat dread d iease, nd its unwelcome coocotn
i Units, vi,1 Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ner
vous licnilitv, etc. , etc. I uiu old fogy. I be
lieve In medicine. Twenty-right years expe
rience us a busy practitioner iu tbe Iwst eon
sumption hospitals in tlie old und new world,
baa taught me Ihe value of proper medica ten
both locul and constitutional iu the eur" of this
great enemy of our race. I have fuiind it Hut
I am digressing, i started sot tosuy to those
suUering with consumption or any ul' tbe above
maladies, thai by addressing me. giving eymps
turns, they shall be put in possession lothis
great boon, without charge, and shall have the
benelli of my experience in thousands of case
succeslully treated. Full particulars, direc
tions lor preparation and use, anil advice and
instructions for successful treatment at your
own home, will he received ;i,y you by return
mail, free ol charge, hy addressing
int. John s. bcunett,
willy Pi .L-uerajii street Louisv!
? f H U H ! $
To (he Working tins. We are now
prepared to furutsli ull classes with cvnsbiut em.
ployinent at home, the whole of the tune, or for
llteir spare moments. lluslnesB new, light uud
proutuble. i'trsnna nt' pither nt-x fuHilv
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i ne prospectus for the now volume gives
the titles ol more thun lilty pupers (mostly
Illustrated), by writers ol the highest merit.
Under the head ol
we have "A Winter on tbe Nile," by Oen.
McC'lelliin ; fcauuterlnga About Cou.tantl
uople," by Charles Dudley Warner; "Out
of My Window ut Moscow," by Eugene
Schuyler: "An American in Turklsiaii,"
etc. Three serial stories ure annouiiccil
By Dr. llulland, the Editor,
whose story of "Seveuoaks " ave tlitvlij-'Jb
est satisfaction to the resders ol the
Tbe scene ot this latest novel Is laid ou
the bunks of the Hudson. The hero is a
young man who has been always "tied to a
woman's apron strings," but who, by tbe
death ol his mother, is Icll aloue In tbe
world-to di lit on the current id Ills -w ith
u loi'tutie, but wii'jout a purpose.
Another aerial, "His inheritance." by
Miss Trullon, will hegiu ou the completion
ol "That Lass o' Cowrie's," by Mrs. llutlg
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in August, has u pathos and dramatic power
which have been a surprise to the public-.
There is lo Pe a seiiet of original and ex
quisitely illustrated papers ul "Populai .-ci-ence,"
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There ure tube, (join various pens, pupera
"Home Lifo and Travel"
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Mr. Barnard's articles on Various indus
tries ol (ireut Britain Include the history ol
".Some Kxpt rinieuls in Co-operation," "A
Scollsh Loaf Factory" In the November
number, und "Toad Lane, Rochdale," iu
Dccembi r. Other pupers are, "Tbe British
Workiiiguiun's Home," "A Nation or Shop
keepers," "Ha'penny a Week for the Child,"
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world, und specially to the Ire-best thought
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.Mother, 'tis our wedding day!
Just as now, we eat at sttpier
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Y'oti tat that side, I sat this side,
Forty years ago to-day I
'then what plana we laid together;
What brave things I meuut to do I
Could wedream to-tlnv would II Hd us
At this table-meand you
Better so, uo doubt and yet I
Sometimes think I cannot tell
Had our boy ah, yes I 1 know, dear;
Yes, fie tloelk all things well.
Well we've had our Joys and sorrows,
Shared our Minles as well as tears;
And the best of all -I've had yuur
Faithful love for forty years I
Poor we've been, but not forsaken I
Oriel" we've known, but never shame
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