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. tan AfMio! .
It hereby 'given that default having Iteu
made lormoie than sixty dy Id the pay
ment nf a portion of the amount iccured
tohp puld by a eel t,ln mortgage executed
by Mrs .ltili R. Knrrlu to Kannicl Stent
Taylor and Edward Parsons, trustee of
tlie cniro my property, dated Bcptetuner
l"th and recorded, in the recorder's
otUcepf Alexander county, in the stulu ot
Illinois In booku, on paj;o 12, etc. I, tlie
underitucd, tute lar ta said trustees, will
on Nnturdny, tlielitlioay ot Jlay Instant,
A. D. 1877, at 10 oVIoi-k lu the forenoon oi
that day, under and by virtue ol the power
ot snle'coutuiucd in sa.d inortrfasro. tell nt
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash, at the ntllee building of 8. S. Taylor,
corner iVaslilnntnn avenue and Eighteenth
street, tn said city of cairn, lu Alexander
county and state of Illinois, lots numbered
15(tltteen); 10 (sixtecu), S-l (ililrty-tlirce).
andiUltlurtv-four) In Mock numbered a
(two) In the fourth addition to the laid city
ot Cairo; according tj tbo reoo.dcd plat
thereof, with the Hppurteniinnes.to rMtiBty
the p'irposts and conditions of said mort
liatedl.'tiro, Ills, May lt, 1817.
8. bTAiTH Tayi.OR,
Trustee of the Cairo City Property,
Is hereby given that default having been
made, tor wore than sixty days In the pay
ment ot a portion of the amount securedto bo
paid bv a certain mortgage, executed by
William liracke to bauuicl Stanta Taylor
and Edwin Parsons, trustees ot the Cairo
rity property, dited April 281b, INTO, aud
reeoriteuintne recorders oiuce oi Ale
under county in the Stato ol Illinois, In
hook il nt deedH, on page m. 1, the under
ML'tied successor to said trustees, will on
S.iturdiy, tho 12th day of May Instant A
1). )77, a' 10 o'clock, In the Ion-noon of
that d ly under and by virtue or tho power
ot sale contained m said ninrtgagp, bell nt
public auction to the hi.ifliest bidder, for
cash, at the oilice building ol . h. Taylor,
corner ol Washiturfon avenno arid tilde
toenfli street, in uid eily ot Cairo, in
Aiexaridercotinfy and flute of Illinois lots
nuiuhered I (one), and a mvoun tuocK num.
ocred 3d (tlilrty-uvo in i lie loiirtti udditlon
to said cit v or Cairo, in-corning to tno re'
corded plat thereof, with tho appurte'
nances, to satisfy the purposes and coudi
tions oi said mortgage.
Dated Cairo, Ills., May 1st, 1&77.
H. staats Taylor.
Trustee ot the Cairo Cuirol'roperly.
U hereby given that dcf.iult having
been made fur inure than sixty days in the
payment of a portion ol the amount secur
ed' to he paid by a certain niurtirutro exe-
cuied by James Kennedy to e-aimiel St iais
Taylor and Edwin I'ursons, trustees of tho
Cairo city property, dated November ad
1872., rucorded in tin recorder's olll-u of
Alexandereoiinty in the date ot Illinois,
in luok ' IV' "t dH'ds, on page lsi, etc. I,
tho uuduisigued successor to said trustees
will ou Saturday tho 12i.li day ol May, in
stant A. 1., 18.7 at 10 o'clock, in the tore
noon of that day. under and by virtue ol
the power ot s.ilc coutainud 111 said inorl
U ige, sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash ut the office buildlm; ot S.
S. Taylor, comer of Wa.hingtou uvenuo
aud Eighteenth street, In said city of Cairo,
iu Alexander county and state of Illinois lots
numbered a (twenty-lour), 2.) (twenty
uv ), 20 (twentv-six), 27 (twentv-seven), 2-i
(twentyeight) in block numbered 'JU(ninetj)
in the tirst addition to said city ot Cairo, uc-
coriliU'r, to the recorded p'.n tliercot,
with the appurtenances to eatlbfy tlio pur
poses and condition ol said mortgage.
Dated Cairo, Ills. May 1st, 1S77.
8. MTA.ll 8 Tayi.oh,
Trustee of tho Cairo City Property.
Samuel W. Cook Is hereby notilled that
Jacob S. Merrcll, ou iht loth day ol Decem
ber, A. D i87d, sued out ol the circuit
court ol AlexendHrcounty, State of Illinois,
a vvi it ot attachment against h iu, the said
Samuel W. Cook and' his estate, lor the
sum of one hundred anil ten dollars ($110.
00), which said writ has been returned ex
ecuted by levy on real estate, and is now
pending nvforu said court. Now unless the
Samuel W. Cook shall appear, give bail
and plead itbiu the time limited lor his ap
pearance iu such case, IndguiHiil will lie
entered and the estate so auvehed will be
sold JOII X A. UEKVK, Circuit Clerk
April ad. 1870. d-td
liaucery .Vol lee.
.Tiiaedi A. riullips, Le! Phillips, Zaclui'luh C.
I'liillips, Cuiuline J. Ilurnisli and LlUabcdi
11 Kosingrcpii ure iiotilUil that o 1 the Dill c'ay
of April, is77, the trustees of schools of town
ship acrenu'cii south range one west,
coinplaiuant tiled its bill in chancery oguin.-t
you uud Margaret A. Koinicu, iieiijuiniu
Vitrker and llyron F. liiitke, mluiinis
trutor, etc. d iendiuts in Hie Alexander
county curcuit court in the sbite of Illinois for
foreclosure of mortgage, ami that said suit
is now pending in said court jlhat a summons
thereupon Issued nut 01 said court fwuinnt Hitiil
det'eudents, returiiHhle on the third Monday
of Slay 1ST, to a term of said court then to lie
lioldwn at the teourt bouse in the city of Cairo,
in sail) Alexander county.
John A. ltauvi. clcr...
April loth, IsT'it
l lnincery Noliee.
Xotiee Is hereby given to Creed KitcMi
that t'liilielli Ritchie on tho 2d dnv 01
April, lt77. iiled In tho circuit court ot A.
examler county, State of Illinois, her bill
in chancery tor a divorce from him, the
said Creed Ritchie, and that thereupon n
summons In chancery issued out ol said
court at the suit of said Klizabe h Ritchie
and against tho said Creed Ritchie return
able to a term ol said court to bft lioldcn
at the court house in Cairo, in said Alex
ander county, on the third Monday of
May, A. D., 1S77, which said euit is now
pending before said court.
JOHN A. REEVE, Circuit Clerk.
April 3d 1877. d-td
Estate ol William Bracken, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the e-tate ot William
Bracken, lute nt the county of Alexander
aud Mate of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appeur belore the
county court ot Alexander county, al the
court house in Culio at the June term,
on the third Monday In Juno next, at
which time all persons having claims
against said estate are untitled and re
quested to attend for the purpose ot having
the siuie adjusted. All persons Indebted
to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 17th day of April, A. D. 1S77.
Estate Of GOVO M. Willis, deceased;
The undersigned, having been appointed
numinisiraior 01 1110 estate ol (love.
M Willis late ol the county of Alexander
and stato ol Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notlco Unit he will amtear hef,, ti.7.
county court of Alexander county, nt mo
court house lu Cairo at tho June term, ou
the third Monaay in June next, at which
tlmeal I persons having claims ugalnst said
estato are notilled uud requested to at
end for the purpose of having the same
uujusieu. ah persons indebted to said es.
late are requested to make immediate pay.
ment to Hie undeisigued,
Daieu this ut 11 flay ol April. A. D. 1S77.
.i.Aair.3 WILLIS. Admr,
Is hnrcby given that oetnutt having been
n... 11 In, liliil. ,1 d . ... . 1 . .O
iiiit uiu.i pitjr i.uyaiu mo pgy.
moot ot u portion ol the amount secured to
be raid by certain iimrtvage executed bv
Max Kuljue and Michael Jungmeler to
Samuel staats Taylor and Edwin I'rnru
trustee of the Cairo dtv tironortv. rit...i
July 2llth, 1873, recorded In the recorder's
ottlce, ol Alexander Connty, Ju the State
ol Illinois, in book (Jot deed-; on pages 112,
tc. I, the undursignod. successor of said
Trustees, Will on Suturouv. tha 12th dav nf
May, instant, a. v., 1011, ul lUo'cloclr, Iu
tin forenoon 01 that day, under aud by
VirtUS Of the DOWcr ol sale contained In
said Mortgage, soil, at public auction, to
tue uigucsi umuor, mr cash, at hi office
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lugton uvontio and Elgbteenlb street, lu
saldtliy of Cairo, In Alexander County
and State of Illlnol". lots numbered 7
(seven) and 8 (idghi) In block numbered
isiaeventy-iure' )j in said Uiy ol Cairo.
aeuurmng 10 toe recorded plat thereof,
with the appurenances, to satlsty the pur
pose and conditions of said Mortgage.
Dated Clio, Ul., May 1st. -.877. 8
Truiu of tbi cir 0 City i'ropart.
Cnitaeerr Jtt. .?
Emttu Orerlln, defendant. Is notified that
oi the 10th day of April, 1877, A. X. Over
tin complainant, tiled hit bill la chancery
In the Alexander Co. Circuit. Court .State of
Illinois lor divorce, and that aald Hilt Is
now pending in said court. 1'hat there
upon a summons was Issued out of the
clerk office ol said court against you, re
turuable on tho third Monday in May, 1S77,
to a term of said court, then to be boldcn
nt tho court house, lu Cairo, In said county
and itato. JOHN A. KEEVE, Clerk.
J.C SHAVER, Complainant Solicitor,
full l 1)J 11 w, 10M1
Estate of tireeu li. i'arker, deceased
Tue undersigned, having been appointed
administrators of the eatato of fireen II.
rarterjate of the county ot Alexander.and
State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give no
tice that they will appear before (be county
court ol Alexander county, at tbo 1 ouit
Homo in Cairo, at the June term, on tho
Third Monday In June next, at which
time all persons laying claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the tamo ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 1Mb day of April A. D.1377
u (iREEM.E v and John 11. Parkrr,
4-2." tUv Administrators.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Jacob Christian, Mary Christian and
Emaline Christian :
You are hereby notified that at a sale of
lands lor ine uciiuquem state, county, dis
trict school and other taxes of the year
1T4 and eo ts, held at the court house door
iu theeity of Cairo, county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, on the sixth day of
epiemoer, mio, juarim Drown purcnuseil
llm und lifn hi nu, nod lif e ne, und hi sw
ne, und hf se ow, uud lif no en; uud hr nir
se. All tbo above described land are sit
uated In section three HI), town iff teen (!.'))
anu 111 runire inrce ,11 west 01 ud 1 .11. u
said county and state, and that the timo
given by law for the redemption of said
landswiii expire on the sixth day of Sep
iciuotr, 101 1.
-l artin Hrown, Turchaser.
Cairo, Ills, May 11, 1877 wH
Notice is hereby given to all persons
whom it may concern, that at a sale of
lriii'isaud town and city lots held at the
southwest door of the court house in the
city ol Cairo, County of Alexander Jand
stale of Illinois on the llth diy ol Mepteui
her, A. 1). 187fi, for state, countv district
school an.', other taxes for the year 1874 aud
josis, iub unuersigncu uecaiue tuo pur-
iiaserol die loilowlnir described lots sit
uate iu tho town of eiuiita Vc in the county
and state albresaid:
Lots I Ulock I In whose name taxed A sold
U Jones' heirs
J. W. Kenfro.
J. W. Kenfro
u that the time for redemntion will ex
pire on 1 110 Utii day otSeptumbe, A. I). IM77.
-Mas. C. llArOEK.
Cairo, April 30th, ls77. Turchaser.
Is hereby given that default having been
maue.ior more m m m aays in the p lymeut
o' a portion of the amount secured to be
paid by a eertiiu mortgage executed by
i rcdericK Hamilton to nauiucl Slants Tay
lor aud Edwin 1'arsons, trustees of the
Cairo city property, dated November 20th,
ls73; recorded in the Recorder's oilice oi
Alexander county, iu the Btato ot Illinois,
inbookOot deeds, on page 0 ), I, the un
dersigned, successor of sii'd trustees, will,
on Saturday, the 12' U day of May instant,
A I). 1877, at lo o'clock In the forenoon of
that day, under and by vir.ue ol the power
of ealo contained in sid mortgage, sell, at
public auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at lli i otlie building of 8. 8. Taylor,
corner of Washington avenue and lStli
street, in said city of Cairo, in Alexander
county and Stale ot 111 nois, lot numbered
21 (twenty-one), In block numbered 44
(torty-'our), lu said city ot Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded plat thereof, with the
appurtenances; to satisfy tne purposes aud
conditions of sid mortgage.
Dated Cairo, 111., May Is-, 1877.
S. ptaats Taylok;
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
Statb of Illinois,
In tli 0 Alexander County Circuit Court.
Samuel Staats Taylor and Edwin Parsons,
Trustees ot the CaiioC.ty Properly,
Bill to Enforce Vendor's: Lien,
Public notice Is hereby given that in pur
suance of a decrtj rendered by said court
in the above entit ed causo, at the January
term thereof, a. 1). 1877. 1, John y. liar
man, Ma-ter in chancery ol said couuty,
will, on Friday, the 8th day of June, A. D
1!77, at toe hour of ten o'clock a. m. ol
said day, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder, tor cash, ut the iront door of
the court house In the city
of Cairo, in said county and
state, the following described real estate,
to wit: Lot numbered live (.r) In block
numbered thirty-live (3f), in the llrst ad
dition to the city oi Cairo, in the couuty of
Alexander and state of Illinois, together
with all and singular the privileges und ap
purtenances thereunto belonging and there
John Q. Barman,
w4t Master In Chancerv
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877.
Statb ok Illinois 1
Alexander County, h8.
In the Alexander Couuty Circuit Court.
Samuel Staats Taylor aud Eiwin Parsons,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Isaac Filmore. '
lllll to Enforce Vendor's Lien.
Public notice is hereby given that in mir-
suance of a decree rendered by said court
in tuo anovc entitled cause, at tne January
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iviui, i. Lit 101 1, 1, uuiiu . uitiman, Jias
ter in Chancery or said county, will, on
Friday, the 8th day or Juno, A. D. 1877, at
the hour oi 11 o'clock a.m. of said dav.
sell at public auction at the front door of
tue court house in the city of Cairo, in said
county and state, to the highest bidder, lor
casu in Hand, tno following described real
estate, to wit: Lot numbered eighteen (181
In block numbered ninety (00), In the llrst
auunion to tue city 01 Cairo, iu tne county
of Alexander and Stale of Illinois, together
with all and singular the nrivileires and an.
purtenanccs thereunto belonging or upper-
John ). II a n man,
w4t Master In Chancery,
Cairo, May 17, 1877.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, Myl
Alkxa.nokr County, j0''"
In the Alexander County Circuit Court Bill to
tulorce Vendor's Lien.
Jainuel BtouU, Taylor and Edwin Parsons,
vi uicvanu vuy i roperi
Public notice is hereby riven thui n , ,.
aiiceof a decree renoereii by said court In Hid
-..v.. vu.uini vnunv hi nir aanuurj term therv
ul. A. U. 1877. 1. Juhn O. I(n,.. Jli". 1.
e idicery yl aanl county, will, on Friday, the
I 111 day of June, A. U. 177. at the hour it U
o'c tuck, m , of aid day, tll puUllo auction,
at he iront door of ths court house, in Ih city
of Cairo, In said countv and . ,ki .,.'
est bidder for cash lu haud.sublBct however 10
the payment r thl-d inalaliurnt of purchase
money yt Ut becoiua dua. anninlinr 1,. 7i.. ...Tli
boud or noi iu complaiimut's bill Herein men
tioned and oonin lainanl'a vrndi.r. u.n .K.
real wiatsae. urlng paymeut thereof, Uie follow
Ina-desrr bed n-ii ri.i 1..,. ..."
h redtlilrty-eiKhl ()) aud thirty-nine (), In
addition to the citv of Cairo, D m. county ot
Aleaandsr, and state of lllio is, and (wether
with all and singula the privileges and appur.
tenauce uereanto bslongiug or auusrtainlng,
Julijf o. harm an,
UM. May 17th, JOT. tatkw.J
. Ad m mistral or Soilce.
stt 61 Frederick E. 7aternieler, de
; ceasaor1 ...
The undersigned, having htta appointed
administrator of the estate of Frederick t.
Watermiier, late of the county of Alexan
der and Htats ol Illinois, deceased, hereby,
givea notloe that he will appear belore
the county court of Alexander county, at
the court nouse in Cairo at the July term,
on the second Monday in July next, at which
time all person having cUinis agalnit said
estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose ot having the same ad
lusted. All persons Indepted to said es
tate are requeued to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned. ' .
Dated, this 22d day of May, A. D.
1877. AUGUST WArEBMfcTEhVVIm'r.
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TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Kmaiiuel Holmes, Richard Pratt, and
ail omen concerned :
You are hereby notitied that at a sale ol
lands and lots I t the delinquent state,
county, di-ti lct school and other taxes of
theyear 1874 and co-ts, held at the court
house door In the city ol Cairo, county of
Alcxandcrand state ot Illinois on the 2d
day of September, 187 , Thomas Mnrtiu
purchased the land following, to-wlt : The
N. E N., E. ot section xi, township lti,
south lan''u 2 weBt : also. N VI., S. W. ot
section 112, towns.ilp '0, soiitli range 2 west,
taxed aud sold in tho name ol Natbanui
Holmes. Saidcertitloate is assigned to the
undersigned. II situated in said countv
and statu, and that the time given by law
for the redemption of said land wid expire
on tue sd uuy 01 ueptemoer,
JAMES II. Ml'LCAnEY,
AsHt(nce of TboniAti Muitiu, Vurotaancr.
May 22d, 1877. w3t
K. F. Hanker Bitter Wine or Iron
has never beeu known to fail in tbo cure ol
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I'mler the head ol
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u fortune, but v-lt icit a purpoo.
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tkoe, poilok) decay, avariloo toioci!ij()f rt'nnUi.ooofxiiloo
of Id ft, Iota of Mtnal powar, titfi., rendrtu ipariiefre
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(a pngaa) raiaUui to the above, acut lo eeoleA enTtopw,
for two pMtAfft lumna. Cimmjiutioo ei office or brmUi
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