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PHOX DRUG STORE
-an. -w a
corner lHtn street a uom'n Ave.
I Havt Opened an
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, STATIONERY
Vk i And Toilot Artioloo,
:h V To Which I Call the Attention of tha Public.
I will uiake tho accurate compounding of pliynk-iana prescriptions a'(e-
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. .1 HEYDAY. October 21, 1877. .
: j mfiii.imev. ; ;
lk I -4 Miaulff, nntf Hrnii put
U you are In nnwl of anything In the
Clolhliur line, don't tail to cull ami act- me
before you order. 1 bare a choice anil
complete lot of auiuple, ol the different
.tyleiot Caulmora, Hultlnjrt, Diagonal",
Vortd, Black Cloth, and Overcoatlnj-ii
.f rvttry kind, from which 1 am making
Mlila, dU'., at llllly l'l I I R CENT. LOW.H
lb an yon have been paying. By having
.ample, i krpa Kn-ater variety (o .elect
I mm than ''an he or m kept In any other
way intWphv,udjroiicanjefjiist wliut
you want avery lime, and jret new jrood.
Sly eiprnw are small, therefore 1 tan,
and will, (it up itarmonts lieajM r than
iho wlio.ee ipenwMian' irreater. Over
eoau, a leading- ajierlalty, made to order
lor front $-") lo&D. '.All wool pants Ironi
$3 up. All olher garment! in, proportion,
laiu prepare.! to do anything ptrtabiliiir
to the trade. "u1itnf forother to make
don, ou short noti. Having a man tor
I he pui poae, I can do all aorta or reirlng
fan change the tj le of jonr old rout
to tha yreaent. , ' all and be ronviiiit!.
at. ' 1I.N. Wanos.
Nllilatatry laaey .mm!.
Mra. C. Mul-tan, Eighth street b
tween VVublnaXon and Commercial
avenues, U juat In receipt of an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery and
Fancy Oooda ot every kind. Among
other artielea we my mcution that she
la lelling tine black straw hats In all the
latest styles at from 40 to u cent; ele
gant patterns at prices lowor than was
ever offered to the trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets in all the new shades at prices to
suit. In the hosiery for ladies and child,
ren line her stork is not equaled by any
other establishment in the city, and she
asks the ladles to call and examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. Mclean
will aell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
if not cheaper, than the same kind ot
goods can be bought elsewhere in this
market. She solicits an examination o
her stock and prices, believing that she I
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a rail In both. I.adie desiring
l have huts prtd ean have the fame
. done for I; mi 23 lo ilo cents. -7tf
t i us. A ! rsi.
jut Hiriiut-d tiHrtf ' bnt Hauun
Mr. H. Matsiiu desired to aniKiuiico to
uhe t itlnn' ol i Viro and the surround
ing.i ouflfry. that be has returned from
i .(tiiioniim and ajrain easing hi' lot la
Vrn. has oerl anew slx k ol BOOTS
AND fcHOUS ut the tame oM stand, So.
Wd WaJUngton avenue, between Eight
and NWKit street-, where, while thanking
Ms old ffkudt tor their past patronage,
lie desires to shake hands with them, and
supply tben (Qany new customers
with anything Uey need In his line. His
stock is coming right in every day, and
ia the.heit the market aflords. All are
Mra L. J. apeara.
io. IIS fomraerelal avenue, Winter's
' illock, calls the attention of the ladles to
her large stock of fall and winter millin
ery, ot the latest designs, which she Is
dally receiving from New Vork and
UCh'Dir, OCTOBER 22,
she will bold her
oMitmuing one week, and wishes all the
ladies to call and examine her goods.
As her etock Is large and complete vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
stock to snlt the most fastidious,; and she
will take special orders for anything that
may not be In stock. Ocl40 m
' Hbs Again.
fcd. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he is
J . better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor htm with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
-' he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em-
ploys only first class workmen and those
' ;,;who patronize him will have their want
" attended to m style and will receive
,', 1 coutteous treatment. t
tTti CurepeaM Htel-BelaeHii la
.. , Beard.
-'ilrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
a . i the European Hotel, being well awaro
.ot the stringency of money, has reduced
..Mates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollars per month or four dol-
,1an per week, for day board. In cor
ateeUou with the European Hotel is a
, r flrat , class restaurant where oysters,
' ' 'f am and all other delicacies will be serv
: ' ed it all hours durlfig day of night, (to
.'. ",?VH" Asilsliai"., ;
, J the , only agent for Wilson Bros.
- i reMrated shirts. . A full line of samples
'. oohifld;' measures taken and a. perfect
4 lie AtMn. ' This - house : is . an
ol4ootv and it needs no comment. The
A , ; MA H enough. J will guarantee a good
.JM MA.WW nd Prlcel M ,ow ft
suit house west or east. 73 Ohio loye e.
Ow i ; .r :
A. stl t11 A i
Eatir New Stock of
O. E. O'lTARA.
.-..i i..au..Ljj. . j.
DR. MARY J. BAFFOBD-BXAKE,
will dulivcT a leoturu Tor tho benefit of
1 THE CAIRO PUBLIC LIHIUBY
r.t the atheneum, Monday, Oi.-t. 22l, at 8
oVlock p. in. Admission 2."i cents. The
fuhct of the lecture will fx "Inhrrl
fMiicc. Mental and Phy-iral." 4t
Xw Hams and Breakfast lUcon at
the New Vork store. SfWt
Mr. J as. S. Morris of lllin, wa In
the city on Sunday lust.
Mrs. (.'aton, the woiiihii w ho wai o
f-hoeklngly manuled on the llllnnis Cen
tral railroad track on Saturday niorniiiK
last, Is doing as well as could bcexix-Wed
under the circumstances.
Mr. David Oxley, the venerahlf mas
ter mechanic on the Illinois Onlml rnil
rnarl is in the city an I visiled the Imps
in UiU ciiy 'yesterday, lie loiind every
iliin In satisfactory condition.
l'ubllc Miiare are a great blenniiig lo
iheeomuiunity. Ve can say thcsa-jie of
Or. Hull' Baby .yrup, it is the best
remedy for the cure of all diseases Buhy
howl has lo encounter. Trice only 2i
It Is a great pliy to se how many
people allow a cough or cold to go nii
noUtwd, and thuppave the way to an un
timely grave from tha effects ot contiimp
tion. A pleasant, safe, reliable, and
ehep remedy Is Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
P. W. Barclay, EmincntUnnd Com
mander of Knights Templar of Illinois
and Dr. C. W. Dunning, John Antrim'
and Mr. Goldmine, delegates to attend the
meeting of the grand comtuandcry ol the
State which maets in Chicago to-day, left
for that city by the Illinois Central rail
road on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. H. Williamson Is marking down
her good, and is now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. She is now
oflering hats which heretofore
sold at. 75 cents to one dollar, for
35, 40 and 50 cents, nod all
other goods lu proportion. Her clock of
flowers is very larife and range from 10
cents to f 2 in price. The price lor press
ing and remodling straw hats has been
reduced from 3S and 30 cents to 20 nnd 30
cents. Mrs. W. invites all inspection of
her ; ooJs and triccs. tf
The services at the various churches on
Sunday were well attended notwithstand
ing the unfavorable condition ot the
weather, lu the altc.rnoon the Sunday
tchoolt were addre-d at th Preebyto
rian church 1y the ltev. ('. C. Chaplin.
The occasion wax one of great pleasure to
the little folks and Interest to the oldeT
ones. Mr. Chaplin bus a happy f .culty
ot peing the little ones by the simplici
ty ol ids conversation and his love for
them, and held them spell bound for over
half an hour. A t night there was a good
audience at the Presbyterian church
which Mr. Chaplin addressed with Ms
usual eloquence and power.
The revival meetings will co.itluue
during this week at least, at ll ;10 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Ihe meatlug last night
was well attended.
Having taken charge of the grocery
establishment at the corner ot Four
teenth street and Washington avenue,
and put In one of the largest and best
assorted stosks of family groceries ever
exhibited in Cairo, Messrs. Pettis X
Bird are now ready for business, and In
vite the attention of the puMlc to their
houc. They have glyen special atten
tion to the selection ot
their good, and having purchased
lor cash are prepared to compete
with any other house in the
city on suar, coflce, syrups,
teas, hams, bacon, canned goods, and in
fact everything in the grocery and
provision line. They will always keep
on hand choice lresh butter, eggs, and
all kinds of country produce. They will
deliver goods in any part ol the city
free of charge and on abort notice.
Messrs. Tettis & Bird solicit a share ol
the patronage of our citizens, believins
that they can give them better bargains
than can be obtained elsewhere. 1 m
Just received choice lino ol new stylo
Prints in gold and black at the
50 It Nnv York Stoke.
and for sale one car cabbage and one car
saurkraut, at W. M. Cundiff, 17 Eighth
- AS SRhaenmeyera.
Mr. Charles Schoentueyer has received
a large lot ot the celebrated Cobdcn (aptel
weln) cider, which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold In this
city. Families desiring It cau procure
this cider in quantities to ' suit, . by tho
pint, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
ties. Persons desiring elder by the bar
relcan have their orders filled by notifying
Mr. Scuoenmcyer at his saloon at tho
corner of Tenth street aud Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has also just
received a consignment of the eelobratcd
California Klcsllng wine, which is
equal. to say lthlno .wine. This
wlno Is manufactured from tho
celebrated German grape, and has no
superior in the country. And further, ho
keeps MoetleUu' beer, the best made,
and a full lino of choice liquors and ci
gars. Call and sen Charlie. He Is si
ways tfad to asilttt friend i, and will be
tound ready to serve them, A free lunch
spread every room log at ten o'clock, tf
In Its proper place In this issvfe of tbe
lii'UkTi.N will bo louuj Mr. Tbos. W,
Holiday's Buiiomn cuitnt as a candidate
for the ofllce ofcouuty commissioner. It
Is a well-known tact that Mr. llalli
Uay consented -to become a candi
date for ouuiuiUsioner only alter
the iiiol urgent solicitation of a large
number ol tho most prominent and intlu.
ential citizens ol the city and county. He
preferred rather to support some other
ffood man for the otlke.and basse stated
to all who have spoken to him
on the subject. But having
consented to be a candidate he now de
tires to be elected, aud will leavo no
stnuo unturned to secure that end. He
is In the race for all there is lu It; but
while this Is truo he desires It to be un
derstood that be his no pledges to
muko as to what liu will or will not
do in the event ot Ills elec
tion, lie will give to the duties ol the
ofllce all the time and attention it re
ginrei.and as for the manner in which he
will di-charge the duties ol tho olllce the
peopln need have no fear. Mr. Halliday
has been a leading member of the City
Council lor nearly lour years, and bis
services in that body have been such as
to render him very popular witli the
people ol ttie city. H is thoroughly
pomcd in municipal and county matters,
and we doubt very much if there is
another in ui in Iheeoiinty who could ren
der mon; wluuhle services to the
people at this particular time than Mr.
Halliday. All things considered wo bu
ilt ve hhn to be Hit man for the olllee,
and have no doubt that he will be elec
ted by an overwhelming majority.
li.ihlra Rio ollee.
This choice coffee can be had at New
York Store; 4 lbs. for $1.00, also itio
coflce 4J Iba. for $1.00. all and ex
.l ei M.r .- if ".''. car eabbagu and one car
sauikuui, ui W.M.CunJifl, 17 Eighth
The following from the Cedar Kails,
Iowa, Reorder, of October 10th, will be
ca with pleasure by tho friends In this
cityot the lie v. C. Durs:hner, pastorol
the German Lutheran church on Thir
In the summer of 1S15 ltev. C. Durseh
ner orgam.ed a society here and held
services iu the Presbyterian church for
nearly one year, but through the faitlilul
and hard labor of Mr. Dulcimer, with tho
aid of Mr. Bohniier (deceased) they suc
ceeded In erecting a house ot God on
1'rcemont street iu the full ol 1MJ0.
Mr. Durschncr who alternately preach
ed iu Waterloo layed also the foundation
of the Lutheran church In that city. Ho
was a mau ol grer.t talent, a good preach
er and esteemed by everybody as a good
man and citizen.
In tho ?prlng of 1SC7 Mr. Durschncr
was euccedud by Itcv. h. List, who only
remained here until July, ls08. Tho
present pa-tor. Kev. B. Foeleh, came hern
in ISO!), direct from Germany, uud com
menced his labor in preachiug two ser
mons everv Sunday and held a bible meet
Inir everv Wednesday evening. He ul-'i
preaclKHl every other Sunday to n small
congregation In Waterloo until 1S72, slnco
when that society became strong enough
to call a peruuuent pastor.
I! ii I lor. miner.
.Inst received another shipment '
Creamy Butter, strictly choice, by tbe
tub or lbs. at the New York Stokk.
Mew ftiig nr.
The New York Btore is just lu teceipt
ol a new Hue of new sugars, very low.
Call and obtain prices. M-3t,
A Neglected Liver.
The bile ha a thtee-lold part as-ined
to It by the great manager, Nature. It
assists In the digestive process, act as a
coloring 9gent of the blood, and is essen
tial to the evacuatlve function. When
the liver grows torpid, complete chaos
ensues in tne siomacn anu noveis; uic
bile is injected into the circulation in
large quantities, and constipation nnd in
digestion are produced. Pains under the
right shoulder blade and through the
right side, headaches, vertigo, yellowness
of the skin, furred tongue and nausea,
alsolollow. But these and other symp
toms of bllllousness, nnd the disorders
which accompany It, are entirely rcmov
moved by Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
that benign reotlllcr of organic disturb ¬
ance cure and for physical weakness. In
termittent and remittent lever, urinary
and uterine troubles, rheumatism, gout,
and other maladies, also yield to the rem
edial influence of the great corrective In
vigorant. It is the people's chosen rem
edy. J iil Hoeaivfd,
and for sale one car cabbage and one car
SAurkraut, at W. M. Cundiff, 17 Eighth
The members ot the Rough and Heady
tire company have contracted witli a Now
York firm for a complete outfit ot new
uniforms lor the entire company. The
uullorms aro expected to .arrive here
sometime within the next week or tun
days, when the company will turn out on
parade. At a recent meeting of the com
pany it was also detcrtniuod to give a
grand ball aud supper. Ot this howiv
3r, lull particulars will be given in duo
tlino. Tho Rough and Heady lire com
pany deserves well ot the people of Cairo.
Ou every occasion whore their scrvicos
have been required they have stood up
to their work manfully, and Iu point of
service rendered have never been beaten
by any other company. 's
Beldlu Irwin Comliiyr,
Mr. Scldln , Irwin, with his excellent
Theatrical Combination, will be at the
Atheneum In Cairo on Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday cvoulbgs ot next week.
Mr. Irwin has many warm friends In this
city, who will bo rejoiced to know that
his return to Cairo is so near at hand,
ills company Is spoken ot in the highest
terms by the press, wherever they have
appeared, , They will meet with a hearty
welcome on their appearance here,
rtiey Tf IU tie Here Ob frlaay
The Milwaukee Fr says of Burr
Robbius' jjreat circus aud menagerie,
which is advertised to appear here on
A van. coinnrcheiiiiYO expanse of can
vas, under which is domiciled thousands
of living animals and beasts, a museum
ot strange curiosities, living pbeuouienou
and sea monsters, inuumerul novelties
and features characterizing a Grand
Double Menagerie, Hippodrome, Mus
eum and Circus. Hundreds of artistic
performers, trained elephant, bvenas
ami lions, educated horses and other ani
mals; in tact, u living world ot
amuscmcut uud instruction. Never
in the annals of show his
tory has an undertaking upon m exten
sive a scale been attempted aud realized;
its success Is insured by Its genuine merit.
Alter constant anu a"iauuiin lauor ana
expense, .Mr. Burr Kobblns has ut last
succeeded lu etrcctuig arrangements to
bring- to this country largo portion ot
Pent-,' Itovid GeruiHn Menageriu and
Circus, anil joined It to his already great
shown, wiilch have been . recent
ly rent wed and rc-organi.ed.
uniting them all into ono
grand amusement world, i'ho allied
ineimgeriu now presents a .ooiogicai ue
pnrtment larger and more complete than
any in America. Jn fact, here can be
witnessed all that Is rare, strange ami
bcautilul in the animal and ornithological
world, oflbrdlng more information lor
actual observance than could be gleaned
from vast libraries or years ot" study. I n
tho Circus and Arcnic liepartinent are.
centered nil an av ot iirtiHts gathered trom
the old nnd the new world. In tact, this
alliance can boast ol'n united circus, com
bining, I In? most talented
equestrians, acrobatic. ami gyiniuistic per
formances ervor seen in America; each ar
fist, male and female, aeeius a rcpiesent.i
tivi. i it tbe outside street dlxplav, the grand
fn procession aud original parade and
tableau carnival, words ieeiii inadequate
to express its grandeur, extent or nov-1
elty. The "Arabian Knights'' romances
urn dull compared with the elaborate
splendor ot this magnificent ami glitter
ing pageant; a titling introduction to n
meritorious a show.
Every one connected with It, from
agents and proprietor, eanvasiuun and i
performers are polite, courteous and fair
'i he tlicw deserves to meet with suc
cess, and leaves a name that will insure
liberal patrofiage on a return visit. i
We commend it to the public where it j
Allien snra-Welneilii .Ml till I.
The friends of the young ladies who
w. engaged in getting up the concert and
oratorio to take place at the utlieneum on
Wednesday and Thursday nights, should
not forget to be present on tbe first night.
Wc have seen tbe programme and arc
prepared to say that the entertainment
from first to last will be one of unusual
interest aud merit. To-morrow we will
publish the programme. Reserved seats
are now on salo at Hurtman's.
Dr. Illake'w i.crliire.
Dr. Mary Saflord-BIake lectured lust
evening iu the atheneum to an
intelligent audience. The lecture was
one of unusual interest, and lull of sound
sense and suggestions which if strictly
adhered to would result in much good.
To-morrow we shall endeavor t give a
more extended notice ol the led . ire.
No Failure Known.
There is no case on record where Dr.
Morris' Pyrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Uorehound has failed to give satiflaction.
On the other hand, whenever it has been
used by our people, in severe colds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooping-cough and consumption, they
are enthusiastic in Its praise. Contain
ing no opium or other dangerous drug,
it does net constipate, and is Mile to ad
minister in all conditions of health. This
is an important announcement, and the
suffering arc advised to heed it. Trial
pi.c, 10 cents; large sizes, .10 ecnts nnd
One Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Turker's Pleas
ant, Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
nophylc. Price 25 cents Try it.
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causps which
produce it, are such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exlmlations,
Ac. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
trom the inurIous etlects of the dust
flying otl the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere he tlci
seeuds the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard aruint ll'e-damp.
Now it is equally necessary for those
w ho are brought lu contact with any ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, tho homo stomach bitters.
that tho New Y'ork Store sells more
goods than any other house in tho city of
Cairo. Their motto is to sell cheap.
This enables them to buy In large quan
tities at bottom figures. Call on them;
look through their stock; be assured that
this Is the Low Price lloiuo, where you
can buy low and get all you want in the
one building. 50-3t
You Tan Have
Money by getting your bulldiug materia
of Lancaster & Rice, They arc selling lum
bcr at mill prices; a large amount of white
pluo and cypress shingles ot the best bran
constantly ou hand. We sell pine shin
gles at $1.75 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts ut ut 25 cents each; white plue floor
ing at $22.50 per thousand; pine siding
at $15.00 per thousand. Try your lok
with this (Inn. t.
t wro num-Ctill and Try limn.
Having discharged Dr. Lower and
renovated my bath rooms, with tho addi
tion of a now receiver after the latest
and most convenient style, I shall take
great picusuro in giving baths cither
modicatod or otherwise, to all who may
call on mo. : j ,
ltn Du, D. AitTicti.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Late of the at. Charles.
RATES: 13.00 PER b AY.
SIGNAL StRVltK KKFORT.
tow watm. , Kite or Fili
rr. I w.
PHt-bur 1 U
UnuiDiuti m 3
Louinllle S 7 X
fcVAIIBVillC.M i 11 0
l'wlurali h.i... 11 X
Cairo 5 X
et. Paul a a -
fiavtoport 'J 7 X
Keokuk.. a l'l 0
Ut. Lout - 10 I T
Rtrgeam Signal .Vrvirc, U. S. A .
The Mississippi aud western tributaries
arc swelling under the Influence of the
hitu heavy rains; as is also the Wabash,
but the Ohio lias not been materially at-
lected, nor will it bo unless there is a
series ol heavy rains at Pith-burg and
above. Tbe river below has improved
greatly already. Nine feet of water Is now
reported mi Bulletin and N leet at 1-lnnd
The Sto (icnt'v'cve brought 120 hales
cotton for tho ca.-t and bus a light trip
for St. f.ouis.
The T. T. llilliuau for Paducah, Dora
('abler for Evaiisvllh', Glencoc, Garrett
andbiirgcf, Golden Crown and Future
City and barges or New Orleans, and
Grand Tower t r ickolmrg arc to leave
The river has ri-'-n s lnehes here dur
ing L'l hours and is Increasing.
Jhe Golden Crown stuck for a lew
hours on the foot ol the Grand Chain yes
terday. One of the pilots of the Jim Fisk
was employed to bring her out, and In
coming our of the chain, drawing to
her exticiii" length, got too low down.
She will get 300 or 100 tons here.
TheT. T. Hillman brought out a fair
cargo yesterday and will leave here
again this evening at the usual hour. She
took a barge to the Golden ( rown yes
terday. The Colorado brought a lot of cotton
for the east and has a large trip forJSt.
Whereas Holeonie Murray and Jane
Muriay, his wife, ol Alexander county,
lllin oin, by a tale mortgage dated the twen
tieth day of January, A. D. ISTt), and duly
recorded m the oitice of the recorder of
deed of Alexander county, Illinois, in
Volume, .. of balo Mortgages, on page 308,
did grant, bargain, sell, rcmbe, alien and
convey unto David 1'. Linegar nnd John H.
Mulkey the land and premises hereinafter
described, to sccuro the payment of a cer
tain promissory note, of even date there
with, payable ' ninety days after date to
David T. Linegurand ,'ohu II. Mulkey, for
the .sum ot ono huudred.dollara ($luo 00),
wim Interest ut the rata of ten percent.
per anuuin iroin aatc, anu signed by tne
said llolcome Murray and June Murray, hit
wile; and whereas, there ia now due and
unpaid upon said note the sum of Hm 50,
being the a-rcgate of the principal and in
terest up to tins date. Now, thercloic, do
tail it bavin;; been made iu the payment of
mid piominsory uotu and intere-t thereon,
public notice is hereby given that in puriu
aucc ot the provisions ol said sale mortgage
and by virtue of the power and authority
granted to us iu and by tbe same, we
shall, on Saturday, the 2 ltn day of Novem
ber, A. D. I1", at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
of that day, at the south door of the court
house, iu tne city of Cairo, county of Alex
ander and state of Illinois sell at public
vendue, to t e highest bidder for canh in
band, tbe premises described in Slid sale
mortgage at: The uonh half ()) of thn
northwest quarter (J ) of section tiilrty-one
(3Ij,"ln township sixteen (llil, range one
(1 1 west, except forty i40) acres off of the
east end of said north half (J), in the said
county of Alexander and stute of Illinois,
situated In the county of Alexander aud
state of Illinois and all right and emilty of
redemption of tho said liolcomo Murray
and Jane Murray, his wife, their heirs, ex
ecutors, administrator or assigns therein.
Iavii T. LiMCAK and
John H.Mh.kiv, Moi tgagees.
Cairo, III., October 2.1, 1S77. cltd
Wilt ut At.Jppli 11. Motray.anJ CusVie Murray,
h!ife, 1 Jnlmtoit countv, Illinois, by ile,l of
n u-t made, citcuicJ, and a'knowleilgrd on the six
teenth day ol Ormbrr, A. D 187(1, and dVy rtrord
rd id tha citU 'e ol the recorder of deed) nf Alexan
der county, Illinois, in volume () m, of dr-edi nn
pafe Xi7, did gram, bargain, tell, remise, re'eaie
and convey, unto me the undenigae John It.
M .Uey, a, muti, the land and premise herrinat
ter dcitribed, to secure the payment of two cvrtaia
promissory notei of even clatr- therewith payable r
One to the order ol" John H Mi lkey for the bub of
three hundred and fifty dollars f:l',U) with interest
at the rate of ten percent, per annum after maturity ;
and the other to l lie order of Linepar and Lamden
for the lum of three hundred and fifty dollars (SI1)
with interest ut the rate ni ten percent, per annum
afur maturity, both payable aix months after the
dates therein and signed by the said Joseph B . Mor
ray and Kol,rt J. Morray. And whereat, there il
now due aud unpaid on said notes the lum of seven
hundred and Ihirty-five dollar (7;l',), being the
afgref.ate of the principal and interest up to thil
date. Now, therefore, detauit having beca made in
the payment of -.aid proinlsory notes and Interest
i hereon public notice is hereby given that in pursu
anca of the provision of said deed ot trust and by
virtue of the power and authority granted to me in
and bv the same, I shall on Saturday, the 'Jlth day
of November, A, 1) b77, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon of that day, at the front door nf the court-house
in tbe City of Lairo, county of Alexander, nnd State
of 111. noii, Bell at public vendue to the highest bid
der for cash in hand the premises described iu said
deed of trust as the north-west fourth of Ihe aoutb
west quarter of section, sevtontt-en township fourteen
south of ratine, three west of the third principal
meridian, containing eighty acres, more or less,
situated in the county ef Alexander nad 8taie of
Illinois, and all rutin and equity af redemption of
the said Joseph II. Morray, and Uussie Murray, hit
wife, their heira, executor,., administrators, or ai
signs therein, JuliH If. .Mem IV, Trustee,
Cairo, 111, October the 23, A D, 1-77. did
Sealed proposals will be received at tbe
oftlco of Lancaster it Rice until the '20tb
lust, at 7 o'clock a. m., to construct a build
ing as per plans and pecilicntlonn, same to
be seen at the olUce of L. P. Tbe psrty
receiving tho contract will he required to
give bond fcr a full compliance of same.
The undersigned reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
J. V. Turner.
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