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FKOM LOVH KSTKAN(Ji:i.
It had been a glorious day all un
sliluo and brightness; and for ono of
tlioso two it had held a new lllit that
day a light tho girl bcsitlo him was
soon to quench in utter darkness, for
herfacowas flushed with anger, min
gled with shame and disappointment,
while tho man's was full of passionato
Thoso two, Justino Latimer and Ger
ald Franklin, stood facing each other;
these two, who only tho day beforo, in
tho little villago church, had been pro
nounced ono by au agod ministor of
Tho sky abovo thorn was a canopy of
purest blue, thjj ground around them a
spangled bed of flowers; and yet they
stood facing each other, tho stormy re
bellion against fftto in tho girl's heart
hidden by her strength of will, as her
soul cried out they must part forevor.
"I will never acknowledge our mar
ringo that marriago of fraud and do
coit!" sho criod. "I am not your wifo
1 will never consent to bo known as
such. I will still be Justino Latimer
Justino Latimer till I dlo."
"You are Justino Franklin," ho said,
"though you say you will ncvor ac
knowledge tho marriago; but, Justino"
trying to sponk calmly though his
voico trombled "remember you wero
equally deep equally guilty in tho de
ception." "1 was not. Thero is a great differ
ence in passing for loss than what you
are than in claiming what does not bo-
long to you."
"Justine, tho only difl'oronco is this
that I proyo that I lovo you for your
self alone, while yon married mo bo
causo you thought 1 was my uncle's
lioir. I believed you a simplo, penni
less governess, and as such J wooed
"Wooed mo, loaving nio to bolicvo
you George, instoad of Gerald Frank
lin!" "Had I thought," ho said, "had I
dreamed you wero tho high-born heir
ess of James Latimer, 1 would never
havo dono so."
"You let mo boliovo "
"I loved you, Justino. At first I did
not willingly load you, nor oven wish
you, to think that; but when I saw you
beliovod it, 1 was coward enough to
let you continuo in tho belief, but I am
well punished for my deceit;" then
suddenly changing his manner and
holding out his arm to her: "Oh, my
darling! my darling! will you not par
don moP Do not wreck my life, my
happiness, my cvory hopo of joy. 1
will make my way in tho world for
your sake. I will make name "
"As tho husband of au heiress, no
doubt you could do so."
"Not as your husband, Justine.--1
will not ask to claim you till then.
Only give mo hopo tho hopo Ihnt in
tho future you will conio to mo as my
wife, remomhoriiig only that I luve
you. Will you givo mo this hope, Jus
"Never!" sho cried passionately
"never! Justino Latimer 1 will livo
and dio, sooner than acknowlodgo my
self tho wife of anything so utterly
despicablo as a fortune-hunter!"
"A fortune-hunter!" his hahdsomo
faco darkening nt last, all tho pleading
look of passion and pain fadiug from
it beneath tho scorn of her words.
"Justine, you do not think you do
"I both think and bolicvo It.. You
know I was Justino Latimer, tho heir
ess." "Stop!" he said. "You nood go no
"Then you will not claim an unwill
"No. Wore you tho Bimplo govern
ess I believed you, I would claim you
despito yoursolf, oven if 1 had deceived
you, for you would at least know I did
not marry you for your wealth or
Jiosition, and I would trust to my futuro
ove and devotion to win your pardon
at last. Cut, oh, Justine, I loved you
so doarly "
She turned her head asido at his
words, and though he noticod tho nr
tion, ho continued:
"I will finish all I have to say now,
for it may bo yoars before wo meet
again. It was for love of you I wronged
! you In deceiving you, whether you Tjc
liove it or not; but since you refuse to
acknowledge our marriage, I give you
my promise nover to proclaim it till
"That I will nover do."
"That you will do. Mark my words,
in bitter humiliation you will yet cry
out, 'He is my husband!' nnd I may
thoa do as you have dono now refuse
to acknowlodgo ,it"
"It will never be," sho said again.
; "We will see," ho answered.
During all the time the girl's beauti
ful haughty face had been singularly
pale; but if she were sufToring she did
It well, and Gerald Franklin never
dreamod that in trampling on his hoart
she was breaking her own wrecking
her own life as completely as his.
' lie turned away and left her stand
ing thore, in all her haughty pride
left her with the heart almost dead
within him. .
Sho stood watching him till ho was
out of sight, then all tho hauteur, all
the pride, died out of her faco, all her
forced composuro gave way.
"Oh, my love, my love, my darling!"
' the cried. "I have saved your name,
your honor, and your pride ut tho sac
rifice of my own heart as well as yours.
Oh, Gerald, my loro, my love!"
She sank down on the grass, all
white and trembling, and raised her
agonized eyei to heaven, then burst
' f MUWJ iosiuu u imwA iiuaio bonis
". that came from the inmost recesses of
her imTariog heart.
- While the knelt there in her passion
ate abandon of sorrow, a man camo
slowly down tho dell; but as his eyes
foil on tho girl's kneeling form, lie
stopped a moment, then drew back
into tho shadow of somo trees at hand.
At last, when her passion had worn
itself out, she roso nnd turned in tho
direction whero tho man stood: but ho
passed quickly through tho trees, and
in a few minutes camo up behind her.
Her faco crow paler as ho reached
her side, though ho only mado somo
coramonplaco remark ns ho overtook
her; and though ho noticed her while
faco and glowing eyes, his voieo was
"1 liavo kept my promise," sno said,
ignoring his greeting completely. "I
havo parted lor over irom tiorald
Franklin. Redeem your proniso to mo.
'i ou havo parted for evor from Ger
ald Franklin, you say; but vou havo
not given mo tho other promise Bpoken
"That 1 will marry youP Oh no, no!"
"Not that," ho said slowly. "1 am
content that you shall promiso to wod
no other man but mo."
A strango light camo into her eyes.
"I promiso, sho said, "that I will
marry no other man, if that satisfies
"This is yours, then" ho said. "1
know you would not break a promiso;"
and ho handed her a paper as he
Sho glancod at it, her faco, if possi
ble growing still paler; then sho tore
it in many pieces and scattered it tc
"1 havo saved his honor, at least,"
she said, "if I havo wounded his lioart
in tho doing;" then sho turned to the
man at her sldo: "Loavo nio now,"
sho said; "to look at you is moro than
I can bear at present."
Without a word, William Fortoscue
turnod and left her, but his faco was
dark with suppressed rage.
Four voars have passed, and nsriiin it
is summer time again a day as fair ns
the ono on which Justino Franklin hud
parted from herliusband tho day she
put happiness from her for over tho
day sho had promisod to wod no man
but William Fortescuo; and to-day she
is wiuiam r ortcseuo s wire.
All that had conio to her in tho four
yoars that had passod sinco that day
camo to her now, standing thoro in tho
garden looking up at tho stately man
sion Hint was her homo.
Her months of passionalo pain and
longing for tho lovo sho had sent from
her tho lovo that could nover bo hers.
Then tho story of Gerald Franklin's
death, tho day that, with aching hoart,
sho know sho was froo free from tho
marriago that lay secrot in her soul.
Tho old clorgyman was dead, tho
certificate destroyod; no ono would ever
know sho had been Gerald Franklin's
Then tho finding of tho new will of
tho eccentric old man, who hail left
her and her sister Vivian all his vast
wealth a will that left not only her
ponniloss, but her idolized young sister
ns well, if sho, Justino, did not become
William Fortescuo s wifo.
Ah, women nro proverbially weak,
nnd bountiful Justine, though sho had
once proved horsolf strong, married
Standing this day, thinking of all,
sho thinks as well of Vivian's lovor,
wondering will sho like him when sho
moets him wondering is ho worthy of
hor bright young sister.
Vivian had been away on a visit, and
it was then sho hud met hnr lover; but
when Justine had asked his name, she
had blushed shyly, and said sho had
promised not to tell for a while not
till ho came to Justino himself.
Justine had been out for somo time,
but sho knew that Vivian's lovor had
conio nn hour before, if ho had conio
by the train by which ho was expected.
Sho went up tho baleonv, wondering
had ho come, and filled with a strange
longing she could not account for, to
see this lover whom Vivian seemed to
Suddenly sho stood still, all tho blood
leaving her heart, all tho color fading
from her face, a sudden dizziness that
almost blinded her coming over her.
"Oft, Heavenly Father, it could not
be!" sho cried, as tho mad thought
swept through her brain.
Tho next moment sho went over to a
window that opened on the balcony
and glanced in. Vivian sat on tho sofa,
and beside her a man whoso arm en
circled her waist, on whoso shoulder
her golden hoad rested. Ah, Heaven!
she had not been mistaken; the man
was uorald Y rankhn.
Tho next moment sho stood beforo
them, and Vivian sprang to her sido
with a low ery, frightened by tho awful
whiteness ol her lace. ,
Justine clasped her in her arms as if
to shield her from somo menacing
danger, and glancing over her golden
head, at the haughty self-possossod
man, wnosc nanusoiuo laco was per
"Why have you come hero?" sho
cried; "what do you want?"
"Why have I conio here?" ho said:
"because Vivian is here. What do I
want? Your sanction to our uiarriairb.
She has already promised to becomo
"No no no! it cannot bo. Oh. mv
God, am I goinjr mad?"
Tho next moment sho had fallen
senseless at their feet
Tho door was suddenly ononod. and
William Fortescuo entered tho room.
The first glance ho took showed him
his wife, lying senseless at the foot of
Vivian and Gerald Franklin, her old-
Tho demon of jealousy had slumber
ed long- In his bosom, and now it awoke
to full life ns ho saw a way to torture
his wifo, to make her suffer as he felt
sho was capable of suffering.
In his own selfish way ho loved Jus
tine passionately, but since she did not
love him since tho very sight of his
rival caused her to fall senseless, as if
tho Tory lifo had been stricken from
her, ho would make her suffer for it
How tho next agonizing week passod
to Justine, only horsolf and God. could
toll; and thoaone dav her husband
came to hor and told hor that Gorald
and Vivian wero going to bo privately
married two days later.
He watchotUior face whilo ho told
her, and gloated in its anguish.
"It cannot be! It shall not be!" she
cried. "Oh, God! tho heavens would
fall. I will prevent it nt any cost!"
Hor husband laughod. 1
"You ought to try," ho said.
"I will not try, but succoed," she
said. 4 -
OAIUO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOltNlNtl JULY
Three days luler Gerald Franklin
stood beside tho altar, a slender girlish
form, with golden curls escaping from
under a heavy veil, by his side.
"Will vou take this woman to lm
your wedded wifeP"
Tho next Instant, whlto and breath
less, Justino stood beforo thorn.
Through Justino s moniorv ran? tho
words of Gerald Frankliu that never-to-be-forgotten
"You win yet claim mo for your hus
band claim mo in bitter humiliation.
Perhaps then 1 will refuso to acknowl
odgo tho marriago."
Ah, God! that day had conio; sho
must not only claim him to save her
sister, but stand beforo tho world dis
Without a moment's hesitation sho
sprang to Gerald's sido and looked up
in tho minister's face.
"Ho cannot marry hor," sho criod,
"for I am his wifo. Ho is my hus
band." William Fortescuo had outorod tho
church at the same moment as Justine,
and a cry of rago left his lips, that died
away, howovor, ns Gorald faced him
faced him for a moment, beforo he
turned to Justino.
"You claim mo as your husband,"
ho said, "you acknowlodgo yoursolf my
"Yes, yes! Oh, Vivian, I havo saved
you, but at what a cost!"
I ho next moment tho woman bosido
Gerald throw her veil nsido, and a
beautiful faco looked straight at them.
It was not Vivian Latimer.
William Fortescuo's faco grow pal
lid; then Gerald Franklin continued,
still addressing Justino:
"I said perhaps 1 would then deny
tho marriago and refuso to acknowl
odgo il; but no. You nro my wifo."
"And 1 claim you aa my husband,
William Fortescuo," said tho stranger.
"I havo nil tho proofs in my possosslou
"Tho giimo is up!" ho criod, looking
nt her with a sneer; "but I had a
strong hand, if I only had known how
to play them right."
"Not only that game" said Gerald
Fruuklin, "but every other; for I can
prove that tho will purporting to bo
tho last will of James Latimer is a
clever forgery. 1 havo a lawyor hero,
however, and if you make a full con
fession you will get two days to mako
good your escape; if not, you must tako
tho full eonsoquouco of your crime
Mako your choico quickly."
"I will confess.
Ten minutes later, loaving his signed
confession behind him, William Fortea
cuo left tho church, without a glanco
of compassion even from tho girl who
had proclaimed herself his wifo.
Then Gerald turned away, but Jus
tine sprang to his sido.
"Gerald, what over olso you think,
you must know 1 beliovod you dead
when I became his wifo."
"1 know that. Vivian was iu tho
plot to expose him, for I told hor all,"
Ho turned away again, but she
clasped his arm and raised her while
faco to his.
"You must listen now nnd hear all,"
sho cried. "If I had only becu brave
for you nnd nio four years ago, what
misery would have boon saved! Ger
ald, ho could havo branded your father
ns a forgor, and tho nolo was in his
possession, nnd ho sworo ho would
publish it iff did not givo you up for
ever. I won tho paper from him, and
snvod your honor."
"Not my father," ho said, "but o
man of tho samo name, but not cvon n
"My sacrilico was all for nothing,
then!" she criod.
Tho next moment ho had caught her
hand, nnd looked qucstioningly into
"Justine! Justinel did you lovo mo
then? Oh, my lovo, did yon sacrifice
your own lovo nnd mino for that? Nay,
not our love," ho "said, as ho read tho
truth in her eyes, "but four years of
1.ra nnd l'hoebe.
A Williamsport colorod woman said
to her better-half ono day last week:
"Ezra, you got two dollahs las' week
foh clennin' up 'boutMarstcr Winfield's
houso an' yand. Whero is dat two
"You jis' go an' put dat nr' two
dollahs iii ono ob dem banks up on
"An' an' do bottlo's empty. Pheo
by." And ho held up nn empty black
bottlo, from tho neck of which thero
was a suspicious emanation of gin.
Phoebo squintod her eyes at tho bottlo
longingly, but pretended not to soo.
"Fondolawd, niggah, wo's got to
bo sabin' ob do money now. Hard
times is comin', shuah. "
"You's right, Phoeby. But dem
banks is all got to bust an' den no
money, no gin, no nothin'." And ho
held tho bottlo up again.
"Well," sho sighed, sadly, "'pears
you's allcrs riffht 'bout do financial
'fairs, Ezra. But jis' go on an' put
dat or' mouoy in do bank, nnd don't
spend a cent for rum."
Ho went out sorrowfully, nnd sho
raised tho window and called after
"Is dem banks boun' to bustP"
"Dem banks'll bust shuah, woman."
"Bat's too bad; but I don't want you
to get nnv rum, mind. Has you got
V'ell, it's a heap a waste o' bottlo
to bring It back empty, and I guess de
banks will bust, Ezra. Hoy?'"
"Whar' you goin1 to git dat ginP"
"Somo place, Phoeby.
"Well, git it, don, e'f you's bound to
contordict mo ebcry tiuio. Nevvah
saw sich a obss'nato niggah. Git a
quaht Ezra! You hcali riicP" Break
Geologists report tho existence. In a
lino across Central Alabama and Miss
issippi, of strata of green sand beds
and decomposed sandy calcareous bods,
in all somo twenty feet in thickness,
which aro impregnated with phos
phorlo acid.- Though the geological
position is different, tho general char
acter of these phosphate bods is much
liko that of tho South Carolina phos
phates; and their commercial value
.Hiay prove to bo equally great.
Nip and Tuck.
Tho train was rattling ou, rickety
click, rickety click.
t "1 was in such a hurry to catch tho
train I didn't wait to buy n ticket,"
said tho New York banker, offering
"Yes," replied "the conductor, ab
stractedly, as lie punched the next man's
ticket, "I notice that a good many
New York bankers nro in a hurry to
cateh tho trains nowadays."
"Well, sir, you needn't bo insolent;
lmro is tho money to pay my faro."
"I know, but I can't tako it, sir."
"All, 1 see; tho company doosn't let
you conductors tako money. 'Frald
you'll steal it. I see."
"No, sir, thero is no company rulo
against my Uft.ing it."
""Then why don't you tako UP"
"I'm afraid I'd bo arrested for re
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Tho banker looked out of tho win
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streams, while tho train went rattling
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ly the commission merchant, by mak
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a rtx-elpt of 13 Cfntt rarl
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IVaaiirer Chilli K, NlIIih.
,'lcrk IIUIlils.J, P'oley.
''oiiiiselor VN'm. H. Gilbert,
ilirabal Jam a. Krai den.
wtorneT William Hendricks.
1'ultco Jlat;llrat A. Comings.
biuhi) or AbuauMiri
'Ira! Ward-Vm. VcITalo, Harry Walker
2ioiitl Ward-C. H. Woodwa U, C. N. Unnhra
bird Ward Joh i Wood, Kg' ert Smith.
F iiirth Ward-l'harles t). I'atler. Sammil Orr,
i-'lfth Ward Cl,a. I.incaster. Ileury Burnt.
'In: nil .liliK'O II. .1. Maker.
I'irciiil Clerk A. II. Irvlii.
County Judge J. II. Hoblnaou.
Cotinty Clurk h. J. 11 u oi in .
I'ouiily Attorney A nj;ua I.cck.
L'om.ty Treasurer Miles W, l'arker,
1'orniier H. Klt.ircrula
Couniy ComtnisslonerH T. W. Hallldiy, J. II
M'llcnhuv ai d I'eter auu
fAUU' BAPTIST.-Corner Tentn and I'opla
V.i strceta; prt acblti every Hurday mo nine and
niirlit at ut nal hutirs. I'rajer r:eet in; Wednes
day niirbt; buiidav bcIiooI, C::J.o a.m
Ucv.JNO. F. EDEN, Pastor.
, MiUltt'li OF '1 HE HKUEEKK-(Kpiscopal
Kj Kourteentli strut t, buuilay T:l0a m.. Holy
('mi nuuiiou llli.'ina. m.. "oininf! Prayers II a. in,
Hr.i.ciny schools p. ni ICrenlnft Prayera 7:o p.tn
a. P i-uvetiport, H. T. H. llec.tot.
. liyj .MISSION ARV BAPTIST CHURCH.
'. r-i.' l.li.p at 10. -no a. n.., S p. m., and 7:80 p, in.
iiliH'L "tiiool at T :: p. tn Rev. T. J. Shores,
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Tbiitueutu stti.et; services Tall
in.' Htiiidiy school 2 p m. Kev.
; c i IK I'IST Cor. Kt;litP and Walnut strueta,
ii P!Ci'.e,l:iuK' HiiM'utli ll:(!iia. m. and7:'10 p. m.
m!a seuool at lii'Op.m Key. ,1. A. Scarrett,
p s or
i KK.SHY'I KUIAN -KV'lith etreet; preacnldg on
Siiliba'h at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
. . i i 1 1 j.- Wdlncsi'.ay at 7:3'J p. m.j Sunday School
i3p m. Kev H. Y. 'luoro, pastor.
1. .IliSKPH S -lUoinaii Catholic) Corner Cross
"il Walnut streets; Miss every Kundav at
and If a, m. ; Sunday school nt 2 p. m., and Vesp
ers at 3p, m. Mass every mornlii)r at 8 a. oi. Huv
T. PATlI( K'8-(U(iman Catholic) Corner Ninth
W street and Washlnaton avonue; Mass every
Sunday and 8 and M a. m.: Sunday sell 10 at 2 p.m.'
and Vespers a. 3 p. m. .vass ovo y morn'tiK at 8
p.m. Kev. J, Murphy, paetnr.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, o-gaiiizcrt July 4th, 1877, under
tho laws of 1H72.
JOHN II. ROllINSON
WiM. SI RATi' iN
J. A. GULuSTINK
(!. W. 1JCNNIM1
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fou 1st YEAR.
Wra. Stratton, Stratton A Bird, probers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. doldstine, ofUoldstiuo He Uosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. D.;
Pres. Bd. Med Kx., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. It. Kobinson, county
iudpo aim notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and insurance aecnt; K. II. Baltd, city
st teet supervisor; M. Phillips, cnrpt.ntcr and bnild
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretarv; E. V.
fierce, attorney-at-law, DnQuoln 111. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial HatiK, Ashley, 111. ; Albert
llayden, cashier of George Connelly Co., SprluR-flc-lri.
1.1 ; U. M Munn, attorney-at-lnw, 166 Kaa
dolph slreot, Chicago; lion. Itobt. A. Hatcher, nt-torney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton
cashier First National Hank, Stuart. Iowa,
State op Illinois, 1 Circuit Court of Alex-j-88,
der Conntv, Illinois.
Cot-NTT op Ai.F.XArKn, In CliancerV.
Charles O. Patier and Dnlcenla 'olf
John Wolf, Henry Wolf, Mrs. Wolf wife of Henry
Wolf, Fanny Shrlver, Jefferson Shriver,
Louisa Allen, Anna Mary Jarrett
and Ell.a Fisher.
For Partition und Assignment of Dower.
rtiblic notice is hereby riven that, in ptirsuanco of
a decree made and entered by saitl court in the abovo
entitled cause, on tho "J-tth day of June, A. U. 1NH4, I.
Alexander II. Irvin, Master in Chancery of the Bttiii
circuit court of Alexander cotinty, will, on
FRIDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF AUGUST, 18RI,
at tho hour of 11 o'clock In tho forenoon, at tho
aotithweHterly door of tho court house In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
poll at public auction, to the highest and best bidder,
all and singular, the following described premises
and real estate in saitl decree mentioned, to satisfy
said decree, to-wit: Lots numbered one tl), two (i)
and three (St), in block nnmliered nineteen (111), in
the First Addition to the citv of Cairo, in the county
of Alexander and etate of Illinois; also the south
west quarter of the southeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven (27), in township number
thirteen (1:1), south range two (S) east, in the county
of Johnson, and state of Illinois; also a part of tho
northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section
number two (2), in township ntimlier twelve
(12). south range three (8) east, in tho
said county of Johnson and state of Illinois, name
ly commencing ut a small hickory tree on tho west
line of said quarter, quarter section at a branch forty
rods north of the southwest corner of said tract o"f
land; thence running due east three chains antl sixty
links to a stone; thence north ten degrees east four
chains and Ave links to a stone at the northwest
corner of lot number seven (7), in Tunnell Hill
south: thence south eighty-six degrees east, thirteen
roils being the north line of lots numliereil six (ti)
nnd seven (7) to a stone: thence south ten degrees
west one chain and thlrtv nine links to a stone;
thence northwesterly to the southwest corner of
saitl lot number seven (7); thence north ten degrees
east one chain and thirty-nine links to the place of
beginning including stud lots numbered six (li) and
seven (7), in Tunnell Hill south. The terms of
pale will be one-half the purchase money in cash on
the day of sale, untl the balance payable in nine
months with B per cent, interest, secured by note
anil mortgage on the premises sold. The premises
will lie soltl free nt the dower of the complulnant,
Dnlcenla Wolf, therein.
Dated Cairo, 111., July 8th, lfl.
ALEX II. IRVIN.
Master In Chancery,
fieo. Fisher, Complainant's Solicitor.
' 7!) dtd.
Staik of Ilunois I Circuit Conrt of Al
V as exander County, II
County op Alenanuhb linols. In Chancery
Francis D. Atherton
Lnly Atherton, William Atherton and Thomas Jef
Public Notice Is hereby given that. In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court In the
above entitled cause, on the 13th day of May, A. D.
1MI, I. Alexander II. Irvln. Master in Chancery of
the said circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FRIDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF AUGUST, ISM,
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at tho
southwesterly door of the conrt honse, In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexantler and state of Illinois, sell
at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, all
and singular, the real estate in said decree mention
ed, situate in the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, to satisfy said decree, being
the undivided one-eighth part of the following de
scribed lands, to-wlt: The east half of the north
west quarter; the northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter, and the northwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of section twenty-one (21); also the south
west quarter of the southeast quarter of section fif
teen (15), all in township sixteen (10), south and In
range two, west of the third principal meridian.
Terms nf sale, one-half of purchase money cash in
hand, balance on a cretlit of six months, with notes
and mortgage on premises sold, bearing 6 per cent.
Dated Cairo, IU., July 8th, 1884.
ALEX IT. IRVIN,
Master in Chancery,
D, T. Linegar, Complainant's Solicitor,
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