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A. KILUtaV ' r" KOBBXLL,
.Oen Put "Ai.? SSSff'
' " U JUl VJ.WJ.WU.
"GRANT UNDER FIRE.
ltrAt Crataral Apprard l lna Maa
mrmm a'craonai Kkctant-tt, ,
Col 8. H. M. Uvon Ii the lliilu. TIuich "
WblIt I waa italidlog hj the pontoon
bridge .watching the loy cro'i the bayov,
1 licaid lomcboily tlictjrtig. and looking
round, taw an oUiocr on Lome back in a
MaJr-tianerar uuUorm. lie diamounted
und cino orec to tb very ipot where I
wiaitaadlng.vl did aotkeow hli face, but
wmeUiiug U)I4 uie it wt tlrint -V.'lj axea
uranr, at luat moment 1 lie hero or tue
Wtatero atujy. igolld he itood erect;
ihout ffre foet eighth w ith Kjnare featurae
thin, elated "pi, brown hair, hroan beard
olh eat abort and neat. "lie must weli(h
PAt&undi-ed and fifty pound; looks just
Ilka the soldier be li." I thluk he is
larger thao Napoleon, but oot much he ii
not so dumpy; looks like a man la good
earnest, and the rebels tb'"k be Is." And
tola was tba tlrst time I saw Urant I
think I still possess some of the feeling that
orereemt me at that moment as I stood so
near to one who held our lives and, po:.
itbly, our country' in bis hands. I heard
him speak: "Jim, push right along; close
up .Jut sud .hu ry over." Two or three
men mounted on mules attempted to wedge
past the soldiers on the bridge. Grant
noticed it, and quietly said, "L'.eutenant,
en 1 thoe men to the rear." Every solditr
pis'lug turned log.reon h'm, but there
wai noiuther rscognailon. There as no
UcCle lan, besing the boys to allow Liu
to llgut his cigar by theirs, or inquir
log U what regiment that exceedingly flue
marching compray belonged. There was
no Pope, Jbully eg the men lor not march
faster, or officers for some trivial details
remembered ooly by ma'tinents. There
was noBonspsi, po.tu .hg for effect; no
pointing to the Pramids, no calling the
centuries to witness. There was on non.
sense, no sentimept; only'a plain business
man of the liepubllc, there for the one sin.
gle purpose of getting that command across
the river in the shortest time possible. On
ahorse nearby, and among thes'll mount
ed staff, sst the General's ion, a bright.
looking lad oi about eleven years. Fasten
ed to his 1'Ule waist by the broad yellow
belt was his father's tword-that sword on
whose clear steel was soon to be engrtrtrd
Vlaksburg, SpotUylvanla, the Wilderness
and Ulchmond. The boy talked rnd Jested
with the bronsed soldiers near him, who
laughingly inqu'red where we should
csmp; to which the young Held marshal re
plied: "Over the river." Over the river!
Ah! that night, we slept with our guns in
our bands; and another night and another
saw more than one of our diinion camped
beyond and oyer the riverin thatlaat
tenting ground where the rereMo was
heard no more forever.
I next saw Grant on May 18, 1HU, and
tala Ueet at the batt of "Champion hills
In rear of Vlcksburg. Wt had crossed the
Uleetaslppi river at Uraod Gulf and swung
off ea-t and north; had fought the battles ol
Port aibsnn, liaymond and Jackeon, and
were overtaking Pemberton'e army hast
ening to the wa'ls ol Yicksbug. it was a
very hot day, and we had marched hard,
slept little, and retted none. Among the
magnolias on Champion bills the enemy,
forty to fllty thousand strong, turned on
us. 8berman'e Corps wss. already
engaged far on the light as we approached
the Held in that overpowering MlHsleaippi
sun. Our bregade was soon in line, on the
edge of a medow, or open Held eloping to
ward the woods, where the enemy were
conceald and steadily Crelng on us, we were
in that most trying position of soldiers, for
regulars even being find on without per
mission to return the shots. We were stan
ding With two files deed, bearing as patient
ly at we eould not a heavy, but a steadA fire
from Infantry, whMe an occatlenal cannon
ball tore up the turf In front or behind us.
A good many men were faring, and the
wounded were being borne to the rear of
the bregade, close to an old wel', whose
wooden curb seemed te offer theon'y
protection from bulleM on the exposed
1'ue. "Colonel, move)ourmena'lttle by
the left flank," said a quiet, though com
manding voice. On looking round, I saw
immediately behind us orant, the comman
der-in-chief, mounted en a beautiful bay
mare atd followed perhaps half a dozea of
his staff. For some reason he dismounted,
and most of bit efflcers were sent off, bear
ing order, probably, to other quai.ers of
the field, it wai brant under lire. The
rattling musketry increased on our front,
ana grew louaer too, sn me leit iiunK.
urant had led b's horse to the left, and thus
kept near tue company t wmcn 1 belong
ed, lie now sU.d lean eg complacently
aiaintt his favorite steed, smoking ss
seemed habl.nrl stlth h'm the stump of a
clear. Bis was the only horrenear the line,
hnd must, natura"y, have attracted some
ertne enemy's nre. tvoamne enouia oo
ktl'ed, I thought t myrelf, and the army
be leit without its commander) In l.ont
ot at was an enemy: behind us, and about
us, ana name t overcome tea crasu us,
were hie reinforcements. For days we had
been away l.om our base oi supplies, snd
marching t ;alnst our enemy's lines. What
If Grant should be k'lled, and we be defeat
ed here in such a pltce, and at inch a
time? ism si'-e every one who recognised
h'm wished h'm awav: but there be stood
-cletr, oalm. and immovable, I was close
enougutosee ris features, earnest tney
weres but elm of inward movement there
we 9 none, .it wai the tsmt cool, calculat
ing face I had teen before at the bildge; the
same careful, balf-cynlcal face I afterward
saw ousiea witn tne aiaiuor etate.
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Dealer in Fresh Meat
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY,
R" Ml (rnmiMijI MtafiAa j...,ti-. a! i
period of ywirt huvlnj? within tlutt Umo treSied
lo woman. I have been enabUxl to iiertecl a
iiumI iioUtnt and uprrtwablo ntetlicitie that rueeU
lliu iutllciitlnii i)rceiitd hy thnt cIbbh of dia
i.'lui. Willi f.fiiii.rt.a. .iaf..l... . .
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T denlKuate this natural siteciflc compound.
I Imvo named it 1 '
The term, however. Is but a feeble expreeilon
ui iu iiiku niMireciuiioQ or it vuluo, ba-ud uiioii
my own rteriMmal oljttorvatlon. As a close ob
tirvfr, I lui-, while wltnojnlng Its poHltlve re
siills In the few special diseases Incident to the
MMwmie orfrnnlam of wonmn, alnglvd it out as
(lie climax or crowulup; sera of mr
medical career, on lis iuhiTis, sh a iwaf
uve. uie, and effectual remedy fur litis chuta
of lleafcea. and ono that will, at all times mid
under all circumstances, act kindly and In har
mony with lite laws which govern Uie temalo
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Physician. Kav. even nitim. ui .nn.i.nt i
Uutt it will not disappoint the most aunsuine
expectations of a slaxle invalid lady who ue it
for any of Uie ailment for whiob I reeom mend It,
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UVABANTEC. If a beneflclal elfcct is not
vic.iciiwu uj uis time iwo-inirus of (ho con
lenu of the bottle are uxed, I will, on return ol
.no uvme, tnu-imrus or uie medicine hayinif
been token according to directions, and the caso
being one for which I recommend It, promptly
refund the money paid for It. Had I not ihe
tain perfecteonlfdence in its virtues, I could not
oner It aa I do under Uice conditions; but hav
ing witnessed its truly miraculous cures in thou
sands of caves, I feel warranted and
perfectly aafe lu risking both my
reputation mud my mouer ou Ita
- The following are amenr those diseases in
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ucorrbpsa, Kzeesslve riowlns;, Vainiul
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lnpsus, or falling of the Uterus, Anteversion and
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tem of woman. It will not disappoint, nor will
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puvuuni tv rvm-JCi miu Rive. U1UCQ VaiUUUlO
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CHARTERED MARCH 21, 188
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8AFFORD. President.
8. B. TAYTOK, Vice Presld-nt.
W. HYtiLOF, 80' y and Treasurer.
P.W. BaBCLAT, CdAS. UALIblllll,
V. M. fiTUlUfLmi, v4ACLU. Scblu, .
B. H. CcmnMQiiAM. H. L. Hai.liuw.
i. M. PlIILUPS.
XKTKUEST paid on dejioslts at the rate of sli
percent, per annum, March lut and Suptern
xr 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added iiiunu
liately to the principal of Uie deposits, thereby
, .ursi -vuien and Children may
posit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every btuinessday from Ra.m. to 8 p.ra,
d Saturday evaninga forjuvinga depoeits only
tome toe o'clock.
City National Bank
W. P. HALLIDAY, Prusldcnt.
UESUY L. HALLIDAY, Vice P reel
A. P. HFKOHI), Uaahiul.
WAI TttK UYSLOP. Ase't Cashier.
. Staats Tatxob, It. II. rrmiixi.HAM,
II. L. Haixiday, W. P. Halldav,
U. U. M'iu.iahiI05, Srsruxii limn,
A. U, Sattoiio.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
EPOSIT.3 r-.c-.ivt4 ami a general tanking
F Boss, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
P. NeX Vice 1'res' U T. J. Kerth. Asst. Cish'f
C'jrner Oommerolal Ave. and Sib Street
O AinO, ILTjiS,
F. Bros., t.iro.
(I'm Klupe, Cairo.
Win Wolfe, Lairo.
p. tff, tiro.
A. biuanks, t xro. H. L. Billinsiy, Bt Louis
t. Bu ler, Cairo. II. Vlls, Cairo.
t. u. iirmkiuan, nt. uouib.
J. Y. Uemson, Culedonia.
A eenvrnl Bnnblnc Baalnesa Bono
t3"Eiehang;e sold anil bought. Interest paid
n the Savings Deparluu-nt. Collections niade,
nd all business uromutlv attended to.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Xailonil Dank Building, up.etaiis.
Hi3 Oldest LEsublished Agency in Souihera
Illinois, and representing over
165 000 000
Tulillc Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the power Riven me in two deeds of
trust, executed, acknowledged and deliv
ered by John Ocvlne to tho undersigned,
Hugh Callahan, the tlrst dated 31 ay 1st,
lt75, given to securo the payment ol a
promissory note of said John Devlno, of
even data therewith, for the sum of two
hundred and twclvo uollars, payable six
months after date, and recorded in tho re
corder's olllce of Alexander county, in
book Ii, at pu?o 148; and the second dated
March 22d, 176, given to secure the pay
ment of another note of said John Dovine,
of even date therewith, for the sum ol two
hundred dollars, payable ono day after date,
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
from date, and recorded in the said record
er's office, In book 0, at page 320; and upon
which said notes mere is now due the sum
or t46',Ml, I will, on the 30th day ot Novem
ber, 1877, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of
said day .at the front door of the court-house
in the city of Cairo, eouuty ol Alexander
and state ol Illinois, sell at publio auction,
to the highest biddor for cash, the following
described lots ot ground, being the same
described In and conveyed by each of said
deeds of trust, to-wlt: Lota twenty-three
(2.')) and twenty-four (24), in block nlty-two
(52), in the said city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and state of Illinois, together
with all the right and equity of redemption
of the said John Devine in and to said
premises. Tho purchaser will be entitled
to n deed and Immediate possession of the
premises. Dated October 20th, 1877.
HUGH CALLAHAN, Trustee.
bAMUKLl'. WUEKLin, Atty lor Trustee.
How It la Dene.
The first object In tile with Ihe American peo
ple is to "get rihi" the second, hojvto regain
good health. The flrsi can beobtalnsd byener-
Sy, hoaeity and saving the second, ((rood
ealth.) by wing Green's Augugt Flower.
Should you 1 a despondent auBerer from any ef
the effects ot Dyspepsia. LlverComplalnt, Indi
gestion, Ac ,ueli as Sick Headache, Palpitation
of ths Heart. Sour Stomich, Habitual Costive
ness, IMulness ef the Bead, Nervous Prostra
tion, Low Spirits. Ac, yon ne d not suffer an
other day. Two doses of Annnt Flour will
rollers you at one. Sample flottlea 10 cents.
Regular sire 7s osnta. Positively sold by ul
flrsi-eltsi Umgasttsin lha U, S.
NOVEMBER 7 1877
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjMIE r.ff.t.CTIN la published every morning
(eso-ptMoa lny) lathe Bulletin Building, cor
ner Washington avenue ami Twelfth eircct.
Tbb Bullktim is served to city subscribers by
faithful carriers at Twenty-Five Ccnta a Week,
paysble weekly. By Mail, (in ailvanco), flopor
nnurai six monthi, til) thru months, l on?
month, II 23.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Tbuisbty morning al II
pel annum, invariably in advance. Ihe postag
n the Wei kly will be prepaid at this office, so
a subscribers wil obtain for a subscription
rlceol 1 year.
u a i l v .
Business Cards, ir annum,
.. 1 60
... 2 50
... ( 00
One square, one asertlon,
One square, two insertions,
One square, one wee ,
One equare, two weeks
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ne aquare, one InserUon,..
Kacb 6Ubsequent inserlijn,..
tyOne inch is a square.
rjtTo regular a:Jvertlsers we offer superior I g
luucmcnts, both as to rate ol charges and man
ner of displaying their favors.
Oommunloatlona upon aableota of el
era! Interest to the publio aoltoltod.
CfAU Bosinces Lettcrsehould be addressed to
Tnlro Bulletin Company
Whereas, llolcome Murray and Jane
Munay, his wife, ot Alexander county,
Illinois, by a sale mortgage dated the twen
tieth day of Januury.A, O. lsTii, aud duly
recorded ia the oilice of the recorder of
deeds of Alexander county, Illinois, in
Volume .. of Sale Mortgages, on page 308,
did grant, bargain, sell, rerul.se, alien and
convey unto David T. Lincgar and John II.
Mulkey the land and premises hereinafter
described, to secure the payment of a cer
tain protuintoiy note, of even date there
with, payable ninety days after date to
Dawd T, Linegarand John II. Mulkev, for
Wmskm mu firm
per annum lrom date, and signed by the
said liolcome Murray and Jane Murray, his
wife; and whereas, there is now due and
unpaid upon said nee the sum of $117 W,
being the aggregate of the principal and In
terest up to this dale. Mow, thcrelore, de
limit having been made in the pavmcntof
said promissory note and interest thereon,
public notice is hereby given that In pursu
ance ot the provisions ol said sale mortgage
und by virtue of the power and authority
granted to vs. in and by the tamo, we
shall, on Saturday, tho 2ltu day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1377, at 2 o'clock iutbe afternoon
of tin-1 day, at tho south door of the court
house. In toe city of Cairo, county of Alex
ander and state of Illinois, sell at public
vendue, to t e highest bidder for ca-li In
hand, tho premises described iu sild sale
mortgage as: Tho north half (J) ot tho
northwest quarter (1) of section thirty-one
(31),'.In township sixteen (IU), ranue one
(1) west, except forty (40) acres off of the
east end of said north half ()), in the said
county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
situatod In tho county of Aiexauder snd
state of Illinois, and all right and equity of
redemption of the said llolcomo Murray
and Jane Murray, bis wife, their heirs, ex
ecutors, administrators or assigns therein.
David T. Lixkoar and f
Jons II. Mi lkkv, j Mortgagees.
Cairo, III., October 23, 1877. dtd
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholcial. and Iietail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WIXI.S OF AM- KIIS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
f ESSRS. SMYTH CO., have constantly t
IVX large stock ot the best goods in the mar
ket, and give esueoisl attention to tbe Whole,
sale branch of the business.
The attention of tho public Is called
to this great Improvement in
0;:s;2 of So::.! Should Gift it a Trial,
Call at the
tar ii. Cillir Fi
NO. 110 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of the
great superiority of this now collar over
tue oiu style ut.ru ana suu cottar now in
use. It is a well-known fact that every
day largo numbers of horses are rendered
unfit lor servlco by chiillujr, caused by
the use of the old style collar, and that
by this moans many horses are maae to
balk. 1'hls now collar will obviate all
THE TURLEY HORSE
is tho best inndc. Cotno nnd sco them
at 119 Commercial avcnue.foot of Sevontu
street. , , . lm
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Mr. Block desires to call tho attention o
tho I'ublio to the fact that he hat al
ways on band a tare, new ahd fashionable
stock of readymado custom Boots and
Shoes tvhicU lie will sen at
THE , LOWEST TRICES.
Call 0a Him At '
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View of Marriage !
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rtAsi4at.HlAl Trsasallsaa nil thai
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Icaum that untit tor It i ibt
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.oTVatTr MrninAL adviheri . .
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itM ofthA ThroaAaiMl Lung; (fet9Xrh,ButUaT, Ui9
Wihrrrnhik iftit M)tiialdnn retpt otnrlMtrt11
euntalnliiff ,irkl nniri', IwautlAilW lUtittntlnt. tr 14 rl
ftth Hi. It. Lonia. Ma
Ill ttl (Mapi'iur
iirrai.tiMi-u'ryuUBkU.ULM Ami will luitly m )vt
t, alouw w. ia'a A Tubl'a Co.. St-. Isoula. Ut
Kni'h W(.rX to Ant. floortsKtspio, ilfl..(W
nni.Dri.ATKD WATCH .Chesn.
lilt III Ihe k nowti witrld. iiirta ilk rss M
'Amu Address, A VOVLTSBSiCo. Chicago.
mum f ritMi auitMBt.
r. ffrtt f ihiJStrisv AlMTSjadsr aattrMji, .
Estau of Nathaulel Uolaus, aatWd. "
of Aicjunaecountyt it tkta ouft hotwtr
illlmiui. sat at t.rsss. at..l .1 V. L . . r'"
'm "'wMitMiMu, iuwia u Anal
KDOr t nf hist mrt muA A.i.. ...h - J ii .
a " - a wsasJSBl JBjJl piaa,is -WnilllStnifgf
ami ask ha court to b diacharf d train any a sal afj
lurther dutita and respoD.lblliUeaf coaoectad With
" i ana ms asmialamratlosi tsssauf. m
which urns and place suck parsosM sa an uuaratcd
chos,, ;io, uv",-rM7.u "",
Cairo, Ills., Oct.lT, I77. Z
C'HAMUi-KY MOTICB... . ,
Stats of rilinota, eouaty of AUruatW, jr.. T
Peter Adams vs. Mary Adams. BUI losdivoscs. .
AlhUavit ef ths non-raaidenea at Mary Aakuns
tlte above named aVfendaat having Wta lal in JJn
office of the clerk of Said court of Alauadar covnts
notice is hereby gives to lha said Ma-rtsidaat W
feml.nt that tha said Petsr Adasas, aoaapuiisjaM
bled hi. bill for divorca on tka cbaacaty aid ihcs 1
lore the 16th day of October. AM). leTIT; aad that a
summons thereupon issued out of said court aiaiatt
aatd defendant returnable oa tha Brat Honda' lata
moath of January, A. I). 178, aa tha law irscts.
N ow, therefore, unless you, the said MarT Adams,
shall personally be and appear sefoca t ainuita-Mrt
of A leaandor county on lite first daty of Um swat taxsv.
thereof to be held at tha court-hmis, at tha ciry at
('aim, in said caunly, oa ttw ftrst taonday ha tka
month of January, A. U. m, aad plaad aaswar
or demur to said will of complaint, tha same and ska
matters and things thereta cootalnad, wili ba takaa
Car and as confessed, and a deem readered arjaiast
you according to Uw prayer of tka aams ate. a
. ,, JOHN A. aiil.Vjt,ClarL ,
W. O. Mulksy, Corapt's Sol'r. shut
wtwl Cairo. Ills., Oct. 8tk, A. D. 18T7. .
. Notice u hereby alvaa that by virtua of a cartala
sale mortgage, dated tha twenty-alghth diry of De
cember. A, D. ltfit. axacuktd ay Jaaak U. Lyach
and Mary A. Lynch, his wife, (rantora, to Jackssra
rick, giantea, to aecura tha -nynasiiiof acaftain
ariiraiasorr noia km tit. atat at iw-1. hiuuif4 dai-m
lars of tlut date, payable tsraVra saondw altar
data, with teapot caul, iatareaS par aammo, ck
tault having bceo matte In the payment of said note,
ami there being novr due thenaa lour kauulsad aad
seventy-four dollars aad sevantf aatSf I will, oa
Wednesday, tha twautv-first dav 6f NaVamheT. A.
D. 177. at Use hour of tws 'doc 0 am. of sail
day, at . tha front door ot that
h .uw v.,v v. . swiry, ui . ana. 'aaj-aajiy
of Alexander, and Htate of lUUtoia, tell ma pt-a-mises
in and by aaid sal a nongagx. eaaveyed
ana mnrtpsed, (Uscrltwd aa foUowa, to-wit ;
Lots numbered lour (4) aad Ave (S) in block,
numbered sury-effrat (iH) la that city af CaUso,
iu the county of Alexander, and Stale at Illloola,
togethcr with all the esuue.rlght, titieaad Laaar
estof said grantors tharebs. tneludlng tbe light
and tHiuity of redemption of said (traatora, at
duuiio vennue. to ins aiarneat Biaatar an aaaai in
band, in order to make tha amount now due up
on saiu note ana me interest
until Uie day ol Sale aad the eoala aad ehargetof
uct. is, s-w
TBCSTIKS SALB. ; '
Wiierias, Sarah R. Glas.rhan.of AlexAndar
countv. Stale of Illinois, bv deed ortrnat. made.
executed ami acknowledged en the tad day of
atuKust, a., u. 1010, anu reooroeu ia uae omoe ct
recorder ol deeds of aaid countsr in bonk "Q"
of trust deads on cage did gTaaty- barraia,
sell, and convey, unto tha amlerslgned fi. F.
urown anu oi.iun urowa, trustees, tne lota or
parse lis ol land hereinafter deacuribed to aeeura
the payment of one promissory Dot, of evea
date with sail deed ot trust, for the aura ol one
hundred and thirty dollars aad Ulty eants, pay
able to the aaid B. F. Brown aad Martin
Brown six months after tba date thereof, with
interest at the rate ol ten per centum per annum
from date until paid. Aad whereas, there is
now due and unpaid oa aaid promissory Bate
uie sum ot sixty-two dollars and ten eants, be
jntr thoagimwaMar the aapald prtaoipal and
illicit a. up iu turn uaie.
Now, therefore, default bavins' been mads
in tbe payment of sail promissory note aad ia
terest thereon aocordina to the conditions aad
stipulations of said deed of trust, pa bile notice
ia, memoir, nereoy givea tnat in pursuance of
the provisions of said deed of trust , and br xfir-
tue ef the authority granted us therein, we
shall, on Monday, tha Mrd day of Dec ruber,
A. U. 1H77, at the hour or a e'cloek . aa. of
said day, and at the front door ol the court
house in the city of Cairo, conntr of Alexander -
ami State of Illinois, sell at public vendue te
the highest bidder for eaab in band, the premises)
descrilted in said deed of trust aa "lots a oat bar
eight (ei), nine ('.') and ten (lu) in block, nuasber
one (I) in the old original town of Thebes, Al
exander county. Illinois,'.' together with all
tight and equity ot redemption or her, the said
Sarah K. Olassman, her heirs, ex ecu tore, ad-
ministratora or assigns,
IS. S . DBVOWaT,
October 25, 1877, , ''Hot. 1,4 w
in. wnc, u. wuuiuvi, buuuir, luiMiu, vj ocas. V.
trust made, executed, and acknowledged on the six
teenth day of October, A. D 1S7S, and duy record
ed in the office of tha recorder of deeds of Alexan
der county, Illinois, in volume (n) six, of deeda on
page a.'7 . did grant, bargain, sell, reraise, release
.- ... . r. l - J." . j , .
and convey, unto me the undeisigne John U.
Mulkey, as irustec, ti e land anu premises aerelaal
ter described, to secure the payment of two certain
promissory aotes of even date therewith payable :
One to tbe ordei oi Jona ti atuiacy lor tne sura or
three hundred and 6ft v dollars 13S0) with iatereat
at the rate of tea par oent. per annum aftar maturity :
and tha oJver to the order of Unegar and LsnsdaB
for the lumof three hundred and fiity dollars (tSAO)
with interest at the rate oi ten par eeat per aaauisa
alter maturity, both payable six 'months after the
dates therein anu signeo Dy tne saia Jceepa II . JAa
ray aad ltobert J. tl array. Aad whereas, there ia
now due and unpaid on said notes the sura at savea
hundred and thirtyve dollars (7SS),- being tbe
iKireglteof the piinoipal and Interest up to this
date. Now, therefore, dsfaull kaxdag bcea asade ia
tne payment oi saia proiinsery sniet aaa lateratt
thereon public nodes is hereby gltta that lepursu
anct of the provisions of said deed ol erasf aad by
virtue or the power aad autnotity granted to me La
and by the same, I shall oa Saturday. iha'Mth day
of November, A, 1. 177, at o'clock la the after
noon of that day, at the front door of the court-house
in the City of Cairo, county of Ak leader, aad State
of Illinois, sell at public Trade te lha highest bid
der for cash I a hand, the preaaisaa described la said
deed of trust aa tin Mrth-sraat fourth of the a ath
eutt quarter and the northeast liurih of the south-
countv ef Alexander and State of
Illinois, and all rurht aad aauitv ef lexlHiaatioa ef
the said Joseph B- Murray, and Gussla Morray. his
wife, their heirs, eetccatoss, adrttinbiaseni, or as-
signa therein, Jona H.MoAa Bt.IfMsiee.
Cairo, 111, uctooer tne ss, A v, wit. -
1 ; ,,iij.i..i
m' .THE MILD 1?0TO
.IOLIEOPATHIO - SPECIFICS
itrnt in r rnrral nev tar twenty yeara.
v.verintu re liroveC tho most SAFE.
'mnilr k. known. 'They am joatwkat
fh" tteopir want, savins; time, money,
ickiii iitmJ stirTerlns; ' Mvtt-jt alnsrw
siii'j'ins the well tries, perscrtptioa ot
an vm!:icn t I'loalclon,
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M. Si.iH lllir-it'M, Ei'ysiliSrU, Kruptlpns. .
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li 'iphllialiuy, an.1 boieorwcskKyes, . so
YX fatnrra, scute or chronic, lallaewa, . K
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51. AKtlt:in, iipprf6S''d Birsmlmr,' ... A.
'ti. K!tr UIfBirxs, Isupai.TevnannaH, . au
SU hifiiluln, tnlarted i!t;.uV ' Unga, .
ia Si. C.'en-iTtl DiiiiH'ty, ntv-ic:,! wiiaasieet, .
SX lroV and cesy8-ralt' .. .
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80. I ruiary Wtaitilesr'.viwgtnesea,
.11. I'uiiilul reriii'l, orwiijiBueams, ,
t'v-ttenf Mfrl, Wlpltaliea,ea. . 1 ft.
8 L r:il!iJjey, KpaaBis, Vl'JJiB,' J,!
81. Illtii.r.ii rln, nlcerATiif st.Trrroat . . M
Cose, Morocco, wllh abovo S3 Urf vlsts and
Mauual of dlrclloh . - .T 'IICN
Theae rernedles nro t ft ttjr tts tat
slnitie hoxme !!. lit p4t tfca
country, tree or cnursc, vn rfw?epe
irlre. AUiireaa ;,. '' .
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nffii k aud DeiwL 109 Is nlli n ht. Vew laVTA.
I-or isaia sty ait iirnawiesas.
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ire and traajjayeatef dlassee) aatt tta ota
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t FOR gAUBTr.ff.PCga
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west quarter at section, seventrtn towasajpiouraaa
south mage, threes west of the third priaciaai
mcriuian, cenuussina. ciautv ,aun, wn an a
.ltii.t-jt In the