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Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
WtXL Pim, Window Glass, Win
oov 8bdM, fee.
always on band, tie eslebrated illumlcatla
. . AfJCODA OIL.
OssTMt Bbmmtt) Sttost agl WaSbUs
Manna . ' ' '
U Ti'ereby 'pi an that dcfttult having been
m.4i lAp mam tli an uivtu luta in thai fflV
mailt of a portion; of. tbe amotiat securer
to ho paid oy a ceiiun mortgage eaaeuwu
l. Inlia II li'irilii In umlll Htattfjl
Taylor aud Edward Ptiraons, trustee ;of
ma wiro ctiy property, naicu n piumm i
Mb. Ib74 end recorded in too rttordors
ntll.tA nr AlnviiiwltM (ihii1i in thn Stilt Ot
lilUolslo booktl, ou page li.l, etc. tho
m - I I T..-I.lt...a.u Will
iiuuer igueu, auccsour w siu irunoi
on Katurday, tlio latniuy oi May inniaui,
A, II. IB. I, at 1U O ClOCa III WIO iutuuuuu. ...
lli.t lav nn.li.i. anil liv iMrillA nl thO DOWCr
ot alecoutalued in s d niorurago, sell at
public auction to mo uiguesi uiifi iui
cash, at the otlloe building of s. S. Taylor,
........... A'..i.ltln.v.... uvnniiA iml IT.i -'lltMftllth
VUI IICl wnu.M iv u i umiu . . r.
street, Insaldoity of Cairo, In Aiexaudr
county ana state ot Illinois, iota huuiuoisij
lottflieoii); HI (sixteen), l (thirty-three),
and o4 (thirty-four) in block numbered 3
(two) lu the lourib addition to the wild city
oi Cairo; UB' Orciinsm me icrannu inv
tbereol, Willi lae nppuriuiiiuiacs, to wui;
the purposes stid cuuditlous of hhIJ pioit
Dated Cairo, 11U , May lit, 18i7. ' , , v
ti. BTAATS TAVLOR,?
Trustee of tlio Cairo City Property.
In herebv given that default having been
uima for inure than ttixty davs in i lit pay.
men t ol a puUion of tbo amount secu redto be
paid bv certain mortgage executed by
William Brack to Samuel 'Status Tuylur
aud Ktlwln 1'artinii., ti'Uhtce' ot the Cairo
city property, tUtod Apill 'Mb, 1N:I, nnd
1'iiiioidudlii the reisordcr'a eflioe of Aloic-
auder eouuiy in tiia Mtate ot llllnniH, in
book li ot deeds, on page rHi. . I, the under.
aigned Micccajor to said uUKtccirt-wiU on
S uuiiIhj-, the Uth day of May inttaut A.
L). 177, a' 10 o'clock, iu the ioroncon of
lUatdiy under and by virtue oi the pow r
ut hulu contained in said meilgiifo, t,el at
puiilio auotlon to tho highest bidder, for
el,attliecUloobuild!i)KOi8. S. T.ijlor,
corner ol WttbbiuKton avenue nnd tljjh
teeiuh Btreet, in said city ot Cairo, in
AipM.ilArimiut.v mid hl.uttf oi IJlinoia lota
niifuliorcd 1 (ono.mt 3 dwo),fn hiock uiini
ueredJU (thiity-Uve iu the lourtlj addition
to said oitv ol C'u.'w, according to the re
cordud Dlat tbtrool. with tho appinto-
nanccn, to satiny tne purposoa and cumli
lions oi naid inoitgun.
Uateatairo, lllH ,May isi,
s. isTAATS Taylor,
TriHteeot the Cairo Cnlrrtl'roperiy.
Aotico t -
in hereby irlvon tnt Uefiult having
been male for more than sixty days iu the
payment of up. iiiiou ol the amount secur
ed to be paid by a certnin morim'iie exe
cuted by Jtttiif tt lCenncdy t) ramuel St ta s
TayiorandKdwin 1'arrons, trusteoii of the
Caiio ciiy property, dated November id
187i , r.c irdod in tli i re.iorilor's oill e d
Alctandurcoiintv ill the Had) ol llliiioin,
in hook ' V," ol d 'odn, on paKO IbO, ft. I,
tlio lindoiiKiind suc.Oiror t' uid trurttorit
will on Saturday tho 12ih day of May, in
stant A. D. , 187 7 at 10 o'clock, in the lore
no inol thatdiy under and by virtue ol
the power ot aide contained in caid niort
il tn, fell at public auui ion, to the hik'lie-4
bidder for catli at tho oiliee building ol t.
8. Taylor, comer of Wa.thl(iKton avenue
and Kiiilitecnih street, in sold city of airo,
In Alexander r.ouuty and 4tte ol Illinois lots
numbered i!4 (twvnty-tuur), 2.' (twenty
llv ), 2(1 (iweiity-six), il (twenty-seven), 'J
(iwent eight) In block numbered flO(nlnety)
in the mat addUiou to naid city oK nito.mi-
c:.-dln(! to the recorded p at, thereof,
with ihe apj-UrtcnancPH to satisfy the pur
poses anu condition utinin n!ortrKC.
Dated Cairo, Ills. JUy 1st, lh77
8. HIAAIH I AY Ml It,
Trustee oi tho Cairo city I'ropeiiy.
Smiiiel W. Cook is hereby notilied that
Jacob S. Mcrrell, on tin lilth day ot Decem
ber, A. i., iM7H, cued out. ot the circuit
court ol Alcxcndi rcountv. Mate of Illinois,
a wi tot attachmout anainsth ni, the said
amuclw. cook und hia estate, tonne
sumofono bund cu aud tcndollaru (till)
00), Wilcli said writ has been returned ex
ecuted bv lew on real esta'e, and is now
penditii: ncforu said court. Xuw liidoss the
haiiiuel V. Look shall appear, irive bull
and Plead wlthiu the time limited lor his nt
pear unco in such ra-c, j.idmHiit will be
entered and the estate so attached will be
sold JOHN A. ItKKVK, irailt Clerk
April 3d. 1870. d-ld
imiK cry Mulicc.
Juneuli A. I'll 1 1 1 1 IX. Ic I'hlllips. arhl-lnh (
l'billiis, Caroline .1 . liarnisli und I linhelh
Jt. KosenRieen ero notilleil th.il mi the nth c'liy
oi jtprn, is,., trie iriiblmsol si-nnnM Ol town
Ml ill snvemcpn soiilh ranjfn o Wi'ot,
cnniphinant Died its bill iu chain cry iii;.iin-l
you and -Margaret A. Kooiicm, Jic iijumiu
rarher nml Hvrmi . Jibike. a'liiiinis.
tralor, etc. d .fendents in the Alcxunder
eountyeurcult court iu the state of Illinois fur
loredoMire of niortcuae. and that said suit
is now ponding in suiil conrt;ilmttt suuimons
tliereupnn isiicit out oi sunt court acuinsi sum
ilrleuileiii. returnalile on the Uwrd .Momluv
of May 177, to a term of said court then to be
holden nt Ihe tcnurt house in the city o! Cairo
in said Alexander county.
Julia A, Rki'vb, elerii.
Ai.rll mill, b7t
Notice is hereby given to Creed Kitclii.
that Kliz'ibelli Kitcbie on tbo 20 day oi
April, lh77. filed in the circuit court oi A I.
exander county, State of Illinois, her bill
in chuncery lor a divorce from him, the
tn d Creed Ritchie, and that thereupon a
summons in chancery issued out ol said
court at the suit of said Klizahe h Ritchie
and airalnst the said Creed Ritchie return
able to a term nt said court to be holden
at th. court house in Cairo. In said Alex
ander county, on the third Monday of
May, A. D , 1877, which H.tid suit is now
penuioj; nelore said court.
JOHN A. KEKVK, Circuit Clerk.
ApH18d 1877. d-td
Estate ol William Bracken, deceased
The undersigned, having been nrpolntod
administratrix of the e-tate ot William
Bracken, late nf the county of Alexander
anu state oi Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appear belore the
county court ol Alexander county, al the
court hcitse in Cairo at the June term,
on the third Monday in June next, at
which time ali persous having claims
against said estute aro uotitied and re
quested to attend for the purpose of having
the lime adjusted. All persous indubtod
to tatd estate aro requested to make imme
diate pajment to the undersigned.
Dated this 17th day of April, A. D. 1877.
Cahoi.ink E. Bracks n,
v Administrator's Nolicu.
Estate of Gove M. Wldls, dcecasod:
uo uuuciaiguvu, uaviog oeeu uppolnted
adrolnl"ti ator of tho estate ot Oove.
M Willis late ol the county of Al xander
and state ol Illinois, deceased.- iuroliv
give notice that be will appear Cefore the
oouniy conn ol Alexander i-nm.tv ,,,
court house In Cairo at the June term on
the '.bird Muucav in June next. t ui,i..k
tlmcal 1 persons having claims awalnst euid
esiateaie nonfied and requested to at
end for tho purpose of having the same
ujusicu. ah (jcrrou luueoieu to laid es
ta'e are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the underslp-nwl.
Dated this 11th .-ay ol April, A. I). 1877.
'Iajiw willis. Adm'r.
Ii hreby given that ociauit hIn been
iubuc ,ui uiuio niau siaty i. ays in the pay
ment ol a portion ot t e amount secured to
be i aid by certain morUage executod bv
Mas Ktibnn nml Ml.l.ui i.
Samuel -taats 1 aylor and Edwin Parsons
trustees of the Cairo city property, dated
July Jilth, 1873, recorded In tho recorder's
nrttcA. nl Alvnndnr (?itnntv. It, .l,a
" - - - - " j i . - .. v Olltuj
ol Illinois, in book 0 ol deeds en pages (12,
mtn. f. thfl tinrlffmlirtlMfl. htinj.AuarkP it a.l.l
Tnislei , will on Natur ay, the 12il) day of
jiiiv.iiihi.kiii. n 1 1 in;;, at in AMinna, is
:bi forenoon ot that day, under and by
virtus of tbo power ol ssle contalued In
said Mortgage, sell, at public auction, to
IIia tliuhnst fiiflilvl.. fnri.niili n .1.. AAt-
building of S. S. lay or. corner of Wash
Ington avenue and Eighteenth street, lu
mu my ui Cairo, in Alexander county
nu cum ui aiiinoi, iota- nuuiuereu i
(aevenl and a fAlirhi in hin.,ir ...Mu..i
78(seventy-thre.); in laid City of Cairo.
WltD the annnpiflniusPAa. tn Ratiatw .
poses and condition of said Mortgage.
Dated Cairo, IU., Msj lit. 1877.
Trutui of th CstroClty Propirty ,
"- chancery Heitta..-.--
TKniua Overlin, dofendnut, la notiflod that
on the let daj w April, 1877, A. T. over
)iu coxuplaliittut, Hlod hiH bill in chancery
tn the Aloxnnder Co. Circuit Oourt.Htate of
lllliiolx ior divorce, and that tuid mlt U
now pending i 'aid court, lbat there
upon HUUluiou wm issucu out oi me
i'lcrkoluY.eot auiil ourt auin'tyou, re.
turuable on the third Monduv In Mav. 1877.
to n term of hiild court, then to be holden
nt the court Iioioi to Culm, in said county
una ttnte. JOHN A. KICBYK, Clerk.
J. (I SHAVER, Ooiiiplttliiiuiu Suheitor.
Dated April 10, 1877.
. Atlniluletrator'a Notice.
JUitato of Urecn II. i'arker, deceasud-
'i no unite I'nigoed, having been appointed
dminlntrators of the csta'e of l.reen H.
I'lU'kerJiiteofthecoiiuty ot Alexiinder,aud
tiaia oi iiiuioiH, iieceuaeu, uereiiy given no
tleo that they will appear More 'be county
eourt ot Alexander county, at tho lonrt
lloiiko in Cairo, at the June term, on the
Third Holiday in June next, at which
time all pcYaoiiH laving cluinw apaiiiHt raid
entati are uotitied and requested to attend
lor tho purpom of havlnif the same ad'
jiiKted. All persona Indebted to said estate
are reincetcd to make immediate payment
to the undernlgned.
Dated this ihth day nf April A. P.M77
O (iKKK.NLEY RUd Joll.N II. I'AKKEK,
4-& li.v AdmluiHtratore.
Notice is herebv Riven to all persons
whom it mav concern, that at a sale of
lun 'sand town and city lota held at the
out li west door of tbo court house in the
city ot C.dro, County of Alexander Jand
rtaleof Illinois on the 0th d iy ot Septem
ber, A. D 1875, for stile, county district
school an '. other taxes for the year 1874 and
coi, tne unuoraignca oceanic tno pur
clmserof iho following described lots sit
uate in the town of Santa Fc in the county
ana state aioromiu:
Luis I Wloek I in whoso name taxod & sold
8 I 1 ti Jone' heirs
6 f 4 l J W. Kenlro. ,
6 I 4 I J. IV. Koolre
An that tho time for redemption will ex
pire on tuu Uth day otSeptoinbe. A.D. I77.
M8. C. HAFEB.
Cairo, April 30th, ls77. Purchaser.
Is hereby given that def.mlt having been
mude for more th in HO days in the p .yruent
o' a portion of the amount secured to be
paid by a ccrtilu mortj,'no nuecuted by
Fri durick Hamilton tosamucl Siastit Tay.
lor and Edwin Partons, trustees ol the
Cairo city property, dated November 20th,
l7aj recorded la the Hecordet'a otlice of
Alcxnndcr county, iu the State of Illinois,
Iu book Hot deeds, on page 63, 1, the un
dorlKui d, nii'ees.-or of sa d trustees, will,
I'll Saturday, the I2'h d.iy of May instulit,
A I). 1877, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
that day, under and by vlr.UHOI the power
of tale contained in id mortiraKe, sell, at
public auction, to tlio highest bidder, for
cash, at tht ottic buildinx of S. 8. Taylor,
corner of Washington avenue nnd 18th
street, lu suid city of Cairo, In Alexanjer
county uml Stale ol 111 noie, lot numbered
21 (ienty-nnc), iu block numbered 44
(lorty-'oui), In suid city ol Cairo, accord
lug to the recorded plut thereof, with the
appurtenances; to satisfy too purposes and
conditions of aid moriiiaKe.
iiaieii ;;airo,iu., .nay is
S. isTa ats Taylor;
Trtistoe of the Cairo City Property.
Statb of Illinois,
In the Alexander County Circuit Court.
Samuel fitaate Taylor und Edwin Parsons,
j rimeea ol the cahoc.tv t'ropsrtv,
Bill to Enforce Vendor's Lien.
Public notice is hereby id ven that In nur.
suuiico of a decree rendered by said court
in the above entitled cause, at the January
term increoi, a. ji. is,, i, joun u, tiar-
man, Master in chancery nt said county,
win, on r nuay, tne mu day ot .nine, A. U.
1877, at 1uo hour of ton o'clock u. m. ot
suid day, sell at public auction, to the hmh
est bidder, for cash, nt the nont door of
the court house In tho city
of Cairo, in said county anil
state, the following described real estate
to wit: Lot numbered live (M in block
numbered thirty-live (aro. iu the llr-t ad
dltiou to tho city ot Cairo, In the potinty of
Alexander ami state or Illinois, together
wuii an niiu sinutur tne privileges aim ap
piiriejances uu reunio ocionKiug anu mere
John U arm an,
wit Masiei In Chanccrv
Cairo, ills., May 17, 177.
M ASTKIt'S SALK.
Stat oir Illinois,
In the Alexander (,'oimty Circuit Court
Hamncl Staats Taylor tmil Elwin Parsons,
i run'ca oi mo au d cuy rropcrtv,
Bill to Enforce Vendor's Lien.
Public notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of a decree rendered by sal 1 court
in the above entitled cause, at the January
term, A. D. 1877, 1, John Q. Ilarmau, Mas
ter In Chancery of said county, will, ou
Friday, the Mh day of June, A. 1). 187i, at
the hour ol 11 o'clock a- m. of said dav.
sell at public auction at the front door of
tne court house in the city ol Cairo, in said
county und state, to the highest bidder, tor
casu in uann. tne louowing described real
estate, to wit: Lot numbered eighteen (18)
in block numbered ulncty (00), in the first
addition to the city of Cairo, In the county
of Alexander and Stu'n of llliuols, together
wun an anu siumiar tue privileges anu ap
purtenanccs thereunto belonulm: or anner
w4t Master in Chancery.
Cairo, May 17, 1877,
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
In the Alexander County Circuit Court Bill to
cniorce s enuor a Lieu .
Samuel Btaata, Taylor and Edwin Poisons.
trustees of Ihe Cairo City Property
Andrew J. Anderson.
Public notice is herebv elven that in nuraii.
auccofadecrvereuiiereu by said court in the
uoovt eniitii a cause at tne January term there
of, A. 1). 77, I.John Q. Human, master in
clmncery of said county, will, un Kriduy, the
lib day or June, A. 1. Ib77 ut the hour of 12
o'clock, m , cf said day, sell at publlo auction,
at the Irom door of the court house, In tha city
of Cairo, lu said county and state, tojhe high
est bidder for cash In haud. subject however to
Ihe payment of third iustaimrnt of purchase
money yt to become due, according to the third
bond or no lu complainant's bill herein men
tion, d and complainant's vendors lien on Ihe
'n'lTi!"!!;1""1? WKit 'hereof, the follow
lng described real esutc, to-wit: Lots numb-red
thlrty-eluht and thlnnlnV (38), In
block i.umberud ta-vntv.,i i- ...'li."
addition to lira cite of Cairo, InNbe county f
; "lln ana together
with all and singula' the privileges and apnnr.
tenances tlirivuuto bclongli g or aiipertainlnK
joh.n o. Harm n,
..". Master in Chancery.
Cairo, 111., May 17th. K7. r
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of Thomas E. Sitlllvan, deneased.
H'i mI1tnyf,incern-Peas tske no-
A,imVi1t.I.h."vei1,er,.,nJr fllml owi as
Administrator ofsaldes ate, and shall ap
ply to the county court of Alexander
county, cittlng M , cour, 0f probate, at the
Mnn.,Vcrin. Ur,ot' to-w'tt on the third
Monday of June, A. D. 1877, for full and
final d schargs Irom all further liability as
administrator of said estate. ,,au""y
WamioodI Womanhood I MarrjaobI
ImnedimenH to Marriages the cause
nnd cure. Sent leeurclii urnlul. nol
paid forrocenta, byDR. C. Whittim.
617 St. Charlei Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the great ipeclkllct. Read hliwork.
A Aelntlailatrator's Notice. --
Esukot Frederjik E, Watuuieler, de
ceisco. Ttis undcrslgnttl, having been appointed
admluis rator of tbt estate of Fredorick E.
Wstenneler, late ofthe county of Alexan
der md Ktats nl Illinois, deceased, hereby,
gives . notice that he will appoor before
th etmnty court of Alexander county, at
the ceurt house iu Cairo at the July term,
on tbt second Jlondav iu July next,at wblcb
time toll persons having claims aqalnst said
esuteare notified and requested to attend
for the purpose ol having the same ad
iustei All porsons Indcpted to said es.
una are requesreu touln juiuicuiuvb y-
mciu w tne umiersnjncu. ,
Dated, this 22tl day ot May, A. D.
1877.1 AUGUST WATEUMEIKIt, Adm'r.
fRQQQ Caji'l ne mine every agen
s'8ww4.very nionlh iu tlie business we
fund, but those willing to work cau easily
earn adoien dollars a day right In their own lo
;alitiw. Have uo room to explain nrre, llusi
wsa Kleasant and lionomble, Women, boys
iud giiU do as well as men. We will lui uuh
you a eomulcle outllt free, The business pays
better than anvtbiig elite. We will bear ex
oenseol' starting you, Particulars tree. W
ind see, Kanners and mechanics, their son
ind daughters, and all classes in need ol lyi"l
work at home, should write to us und le rn as
ibout the work at once. Now is the tints
don't delay. Ailuises i'si's A Co. Augusta
Contuimitinn. thil scourire nf humanity, is
the great dread ot the human fumlly, in all civil
I feel oonlldent tint I am in possession of the
only sure, infallible remedy now known to
he profession lor the edj positive cure ot
hut dread disease, aid its unwelcome concom
itants, vizi Catarrh, Asthma, llronuultla, er
vous debility, etc., etc. 1 am old limy. I be
lieve in medicine, 'i'wenty-eight years expe
rience as a busy uructltiouer in the tiest con.
ettmptlon hospitals in the old and new world.
1mm iaujiit juu Ilia VHlna of proper medio tin
both local ami conalitiillouul iu Hie fur" ot Ibis
fruut enemy of our race I have found it. Hut
urn dlgrasHsinK. 1 started etlt to say to thote
suilering with oonsumption or any of th above
maladies, that by address ng me giving symps
tomi, they shall be put in possesion joibls
great boon, without charge, and shall bare the
t-nellc of my experience in thousands of case
successfully treateq. full particulars, cliiec
tlons for preparation and use, and advice and
Instructions for successful treatment at vour
own borne, will be received by you by return
man, ireti oi cimrire, Dy aadredsing
Ml. JOHN S. imtXETT.
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Ia lbs ssmIsI trasusni r su VatuML Saxual
and Chrome taaaaase tasa say siaar ra?skHistaStj
M,-. N W rfrW NMIV, OBS SU M nSMaSU BJMV.
aypSilis, CeaorrSosa, Qleet, atrietere, Or
shitls. Herela, or Depture. all uriaary Oisseies
an avaniliti er mercurial affsaiiaaa af Ska
it, skis er bens, ere emit ltk asnmiMs
Saeeiss, as lauat SMsauta pctaetplss. Sutly, riltsulr,
perwittorrhoM, Osiiusl Debility see Impel-
fflUJ, H Mil MO .DM. L. J,
Ui aiaianryasn,eratBsr aaaass, aak
er tka Mlosrlss aaTwtai aansasasai
lesln.1 i.ss.. .tTil.n ,. .., I ., , .1
F,BiaiaM.sf sifsketiaeuTf sssassry, piayMssaiM
eflMsa, toss af ssioal sowar, ew., rsaSsrlaa saarrtssa
Hs nUUM w tba abm. sni la eaale amlevss,
fws aoHsa suaipa. Oaaaluua at aaMa ar ay saal
trsa, aai laTlud, a Msa4h talk ot kisaalsloa asm attanaa.
Wan II la IwmnaUM as tlsls lasaliy trssiaissl,
assaniinsa asa Ss mot by aiprsea of sssll ertr . akeie. Cars
abiestssssarsaucarsSoaMtilMSlllaDallysiaul. OfloessaniSa.al.Mir.sl. Beaaars, 1 M.WI f.a.
PtmeMet, Is sny (ddress, for Twe Stsmss.
MANHOOD " 8&VSl,uta
xxrcmr a MTrnon ?wi
I sealed, all three, for SO Cats.
Mssheee) sad Weaiankeod ie Oermsa, beth
together, llleetrered, IS Ceeta,
MARRIAGE i m.
ateretSksafbls istasrs la as aiisaiirs erssdss, aa srsnk
jte ootttl, ,ul s"s a eatenu perasaa. lea eies
DR. WHITTIER, '
17 St, Charlaa atraat. It. toul Mo.
817 It. Charles ftreet,
Treats all forms of Veneral Disease, Semi,
rial Emission and Sexual Debility, with
unparalleled lucces. No matter who failed,
call or writet pamphlet or consultation .free. .
Can refer to the medical ptvrnston In all
paru of the Countar.
Snetsateiotn ana silt wading. Baalsdlbeao,
rsr Irtj sa4srtul sMsMana, Iras la ills larusUaoa
a aaiswfeu saUsskii Jfha awy B.rrr, k ati, wky.
frtMf sts to rry. Wtmnurysm, kuaosi, Wssua.
koot, fkralsal assay Tbe effssas ef sriTossr aa ssstssr
Tkajrtyslskicr af SopMaMloa, aa swam, Sfcssa
Aftwanaatsraoils71asssHfroas fcaasaa aSMd
ra ssartMloa, Il ouitl I kt rss kl sUaask.Mi.ss,
taavseeke4pp,asllal4 anaM eleaaaliVsnkr
Sf rS-rMdia. Il nl.lss IS. .ii nfm.lin.llllari
erlla1lsrlritbns b4 rUI sVyv rn
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