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OFFICE: Eighth Mid WwdilnRlon Avenue
RK1DKNCE: Comer Nineteenth ami Wash
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
IoniP(iiathic riiyslclan and Surgeon.
Office 11 Commercial iivcnm1. Kosldctico corner
tun --ii t U M. mid Washington nvciiuo, Cairo.
-y R. SMITH, M. D.
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E. W. WHITLOCK,
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Elfhih mill Ninth Sirccu
jyi.w. c. jocelyx,
uKKICE Elphtlt Street, near Coiaiiu'rrial Avenue
J IXEGAIt & LANSDEX,
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MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
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OFFICE HOl'RS :8 to 14 o'clock a m., 1 to 6 and
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GENERAL DELIVERY open :; a. in.; (loses
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Moucy Order Deporlmunt open at 8 a. tn.; cosos
at S p. m.
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crone and MUs.sxippi Ceutrul Railroads close ut
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
poll ALDERMAN-FOURTH WARD.
Weare authorized to iinnouuce L. S. Mahsiiam.
as a candidate for Alderman in the Fourth ward to
till the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
Alderman f ulcy. election to lie lieia nth ol .May.
DEMOCRATIC MASS C0XVJ5.NTI0.Y.
The Democratic voters of Alexander
County, are requested to meet tit the Court
House, in Cairo, Saturday, May ad, 1S79, at
two o'clock I'. M., to select delegates to the
Democratic Convention, to be held at Cairo
May ith, to nominate candidates for Cir
cuit Judge. Let there lie a full attendance
from all parts of the county.
Ii. P. Bl.AKE,
Secretary Alexander County Democratic
SioNAt. Orrwr. I
t'Aiito, 111., April t
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Yel. Weather.
6:40 a. m 30.17
2 00 p. m Su.ur
3:4li " so.0'1
Maximum Temperature. T7 ; Minimum Tem
perature,, 54'; Rainfall, 0.54 Inch.
W. II. RAY.
Rers't Signal Corps, V. S. A.
Judge George Mortz was in Cairo yes
terday. Frankie Walker will join Daniels, in
Charleston, nnd assist him in the manage
ment of his skating rink.
rThc Cairo Gun club engaged in a glass
ball 6hooting match yesterday asternoon.
IVe did not obtain the score.
Mr. Harper, General Superintendent of.
the "wood work" of the Illinois Central
railroad, was in Cairo, yesterday.
Dr. Gibbs, bf Thebes, called on us yes
terday, leaving tho names to make up a
club of ten new subscribers for Tue Bll
ieti. Tom Sanderson, tho younsr man who
aa tapped live times within four weeks to
relieve his lungs of accumulations of pus,
was out riding yesterday, looking much
-Egbert Smith, C. O. Taticr, Ernest
Fettit and M. J. Howley havo been sworn
in as councilmcn fur their respective wards,
and will hereafter take part in tho councils
Will MeOee, ex-City Attorney has
heard it stated that the city officers who
have just stepped down and out, will hold a
Bocial re-union noon which report we re
epectfully decline to believe.
The Louise Pomeroy Company, that
opens to-night in Atheneum, plays to
crowded houses wherever it goes. It is a
good company and deserves the vety flatter
ing success which it is meeting with. At
Metropolis this week, people wero turned
away on both nighta. The same happened
in Paducah last week. Uy general request,
the Company will return to Paducnh from
Cairo, and play tho first three nights of
next week. .
The members of tho different fire com
panies nro becoming much interested in
their contemplated water-throwing match.
The contest will come oil' within tho next
few days much earlier than we stated yes
terday. C. R. Woodward, who besides filling
tlie position of proprietor of tho Novelty
Iron store is editor and publisher of tho
Wood and Iron Worker, is enlarging his
storage room by the erection of n large
shed in the rear of the whito collar planing
For a week or moro we had been ad
vertising the last meeting of tho old council
for Tuesday evening the 29th instant. By
what authority did it convene, then, tm
Monday night? As soon as wc can "gt
around." we'll know the whyforcs of this
An old subscriber on the line of the
C. & V. sends us the following: "We
must have a good Democratic paper circu
lated in our town. I send you herewith
$18 ami twelve names for The Weekly
Bulletin for one year." Thanks. It is a
sample of what we are getting almost
The members of the High School class
in astronomy, led by their teacher, Miss
Krimplc, were out on the commons Mon
day night, and supplied with glasses, in
dulged in a study of the magnified stars.
This being the first out-door night lesson,
there was considerable conjecture among
curious lookers-on as to what the nocturnal
gathering of school children meant.
The Sun, with a less supply of figures
than a man would carry about in his over
coat po'ekets, talks about getting out the
tax list for less money than The Bulletin
is likely to get! The man is demeuted.
Laying aside the fact that a publication in-
the Sun would bo worthless, Mr. Davis
could not have published tho list, within
tl time allotted to The Bulletin, had ho
been paid $10,000 for it.
Eliza Fox, a colored woman, a resident
of the Fifth ward, died Monday, of pneu
monia. On the Saturday previous a friend
was abroad upon the streets with a sub
scription paper soliciting money with
which to biry the body, winch body at
that time, lad two days of life in it. It
happening to leak out that the friend's
action was premature, he fimnd the dimes
and quarters rather few and far between.
The bond of Mayor-elect, N.B.Thisth.
wood, was approved by the council Monday
night, and since that time lie has been
Mayor in lV.ct. His bond is in the penal
sum of three thousand dollars and is
abundantly secured by the names of J. P.
Thistlewood, J. M. Phillips, Chas. Galigher
and William Lonergan, securities. ' The
first meeting of the council with its new
presiding otlicer will lie held at the time
fixed by ordinance for the regular
City Attorney, Win. E. Hendricks,
Esq., has filed a bond for the faithful per
formance of his duties, in the penal .sum of
one thousand dollars, with 13. F. Livingston
and J. J. Gordon as his securities. And
the public will expect William to attend
personally to the prosecution of our ordin
ances breakers, and nut permit guilty par
ties to go acquit because there is no attor
ney in court to fix the verm;: of the crime
or the date of its commission.
Clerk-elect, D. J.Foley filled his bond
and took the oath of office yesterday. We
suppose, iiereiore, Unit the hooks and pa
pers have been turned over to him and that
the City Clerk is no longer J. 15. 1'liillis but
I). J. Foley. Mr. Foley's bond was in the
penal sumot ijw.OOO, and was signed by the
following named responsible citizens: D.
J.Foley, irincipal, and M. Mahoney, Pat
rick Mirkler. R. Fitzgerald William
Kluge and John Clancy, sureties,
A number of young gentlemen, moved
by our description of the young gypsy
girl's chirms and graces, made a journey
to the trnting grounds of the rang, and
adopted divers and sundry ingenious re
sorts to get a look at the dark eyed beauty.
One gentleman loitered about the camp
four hours, ho says and never got a glimpse
of her. Two other gentlemen, who visited
the camp in company, declare that they
"ransacked the whole shebang, ami of all
the d d " but these gentlemen were too
profane to be reported. "The mystery
One John Garner, who was united in
marriage, several months ago, to one Miss
Mayer, of this city, soon absented himself
from his spouse, and betook himself to
quarters of which she could learn nothing
until a few days ago. Satisfying herself
as to his exact whereabouts, she left yester
day for Northern Illinois, where she not
only expects to rejoin hi m, but to make
him support her and, ns she alleges, his
hild a duty he has neglected to perform,
it seems, ever since ho lelt Cairo. The
woman is determined, and will "have her
rights" cost what it may to secure them.
The State Industrial University at
Champaign another educational "old man
of tho sea" upon tax-payers' shoulders-
turning out professors of pedestrianism ns
well learned pomologists, civil engineer
etc. Partaking of tho walking furore that
has miule thousands of mono-maniacs in
the land, the, students of the university im
prove their "resting spells" by walking to
nioonungton forty-eight miles distant
one day, and returning the next day. i
number of the single-idead idiots walke
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKMKU. APRIL SO. 1870.
themselves into buds of sickness, nnd they
deserve about tho same sympathy a man
does who is suffering tho revulsions of a
Sinco we have no street cars Pat Fitz
gerald, he of tho "llorso Mansion," has
made up his mind that wo shall have the
best possible substitute, viz: an easy-going
omnibus. Telling Jim Towers what kind
of a vehicle he wanted Jim turned tit in.
short order the very crcditablo spccinif
his handiwork that is now in Fitzgerald's
possession. Pat should now mark out
routes fur trips at regular intervals, and af
ter the thing gets to working, sell tickets.
During the blazing hot and dusty days of
July and August or during seasons of much
mud, the enterprise ought to nnd no d nibt
will pay handsomely. Faro will rule from
5 to 15 cents according to distance.
"Eleven years ago," says Mr. Davis, of
the Cairo Sun, "in.the Presence of thou
sands of Tanner boys, General Logan de
nounced the Whcatly story as a base and in
famous lie, and called upon anybody who
could testify to its truth to step forward !"
And isn't it wonderful that, in the presence
of these thousands ofTnnner boys, scores of
whom were howling drunk, and all of
whom were excited, that "somebody"
didn't step forward? Mr. Davis would have
done so, of course. But Mr. Obcrly, who
published the affidavit (but had no part
in procuring it) is not a Mr. Davis. But
General Logan, being the agrieved party,
and knowing the exact location of the
Democrat office, why didn't he call?
Mr. Davis would have done so.
Mr. Ed Dezonia has filed his bond and
qualified as City Treasurer, and, we suppose,
moved the city's deposits. His bond is in
the penal sum of seventy-five thousand dol
lars, and is made good by the names ot
men whose effects are of an aggregate
value of not less than a half million do!
lars. Here nre the names twenty-five ot
them: Ed. Dezonia, principal, William
P. Halliday, E. W. Hallidny, H. II. Candec,
J. M. Phillips, W. P. Wright, Geo. D. Wil
liamson, Wood Rittenhousc, R. W. Miller,
C. Piuck, C. M. Howe, Roswell Miller, J
II. Jones. R, II. Cunningham, Louis Her
bert, Frank Howe, R. Fitzgerald, F. Ivors
meyer, C. R. Stuart, C. R. Woodward, Jos
B. Reed, P. J. Thistlewood, Jacob Walter,
Daniel Hartman and Charles Galigher,
One J. L. Galigher, a Kcntuckian. was
on the streets, yesterday, exhibiting a pis
tol he carried, and boasting quite noisely
that he had "winged" such a man with it
killed another, and so on, and evincing a
desire that somebody put his courage to a
test, he didn't care particular w ho or how,
for lie was "half boss and half aligator
and could whip his weight in wild cats."
Just then Pink McAllister, a colored con
stable, happened to arrive, and laying his
hand upon the shoulder of the brave stran
ger, told him to come along, which lie did.
lie was fined by Judge Bird as the nature
of the offence seemed to require, and hav
ing no money lie was granted a ".stay."
To his other exploits he will now doubtless
add that he was arrested by a negro con
stable in Cairo, lined by a negro Judge, and
then, feeling his ''Southern blood" seething
in his veins, he killed them both, and with
pistol in hand, defied arrest, and walked
out of the city.
The following notice- was clipped from
one of our exchanges: "The gifted and
charming actress appeared twice yesterday
t the matinee the play of "Camille" was
given excellently, and the support given
Miss Pomeroy, who appeared in the fifth
role to the very finest advantage, was with
a single exception, very good nnd much
superior to the usual run.
At night Shakespeare's ever charming
comedy "As You like It" was given Louisa
Pomeroy taking the part of Rosalind. Her
conception of the play is good, and her
justly celebrated cuckoo song charming
tmd sparkling. Mr. Leake ns Jaques
bowed himself a cultured, scholarly
Shakespearian student. His recital of
The Seven Ages" was superb. Miss Mor
timer as Colin, was as fresh and piqiiante as
could possibly ho wished for, and Miss
Hardy made a very good Audely. Alto
gether the troupe is a good one and de
The April number of the British
Quarterly Review has been promptly re
published by the Leonard Scott Publishing
Co., 41 Barclay Street, New York. The
article, "Christian Theology and tho Modern
Spirit," advocates a frank recognition and
examination of the theological scepticism
and unrest of our times; and suggests some
of the hints in which the theology of tho
past will be allotted by tho critical and
scientific spirit of the present day. "Tho
Ethics of Urban Leaseholds" shows tho
bad influence of leasehold tenure on metro
politan and urban buildings. "Wvelifio
and his Relation to the Reformation .x .i,n
Sixteenth Century" gives a carefully writ
ten account of the life, opinion and
surrounding of that great reformer. '-Free
Trade and Protection," is a timely article,
in which a few of the arguments on both
sides are briefly examined. "The N'ormans
of Palermo," a valuable historical article,
by Edward A. I reeman. " 1 he Novulti of
George Meredith." From the seven com-
pU-to novels of Mr. Meredith, two, "Emilia
in England'' and "Beauchamp's C'ureur "
have been selected for special notice and
criticisms. Tho last named receives warm
commendation. "The Zulu War." coll.
tribution based on some practical knowl
edge of South Africa, towards the solution
of the problem of the permanent settlement
of the South African question, "Contem
porary Literaturo" gives, as usual, a full
account of the principal boeffca published
during the proceeding quarter.
If, as many intelligent men profess to
believes, tho germs of the yellow fever still
lurk in tho slums and sewers and by places
of the South, awaiting tho developing iu.
fiuenco of tho July and, August sun, i the
city ot Cairo in such a sanitary condition as
it ought to bo if the conjectured danger in
the South wero known to be actual? If it
is not in such a condition it ought to be
made so, To render ourselves yellow fever
proof, as nearly ns wo can, is to yield a
strict obedience to tho laws of health; and
should the much dreaded scourge uot visit
til ' South again during the present century
CV-'ry dollar wo expend iu cleaning aud
purifying our streets, cellars, sewers and
OUt-buildings will he money most wisely
ail judiciously expended. Every dime
expended in that way will save a dollar to
somebody in the way ot doctor's bills, and
pain and suffering that do admit of money
measure. We refer to this mutter now be
cause there appears to bo a subsidence of
interest in the sanitary movements inaugu
rated several weeks ago, alike among citi
zens and those iu uuthority; and because
iu view of the near approach of hot weather,
there seems to be a demand fur more vig
Plank walks laid upon the ground, or
withiu a, few inches of the ground are nui
sances, and in the interest of health, if for
no other reason, the construction of any
more walks of that character should be
forbidden. The process ot decay com
mences at once, rats and reptiles find
shelter underthe floor. and the ground under
neath, cut off from the air and sunshine, is
continually damp aud mouldy. Aid to
this the vegetable and other tilth that is
carried under the walk to rot and decay,
and we have in the wretched, rattling,
unseemly structures a constant menace
to tho health of the citizen. Iu
a short time a walk properly
constructed of cinders becomes smooth
Aid almost as compact as asphal
tum. The individual who would not pre
fer such a walk, or one constructed of
brick, to the filth-breeding board abomina
tion with its washboard surface, protrud
ing spikes, its foot-trans and broken and
tilting planks, will, as a rule, be found to
be an individual whose preferences amount
to nothing to nobody but himself. Two of
the most expensive law suit for dam
ages in which the city was ever involved,
owed their origin to occurrences for which
these board nuisances, constructed only a
foot or two above the surface, were respon
sible. Brought directly in contaut with the
blacks who are engaged in the stampede
from the South, we know that the claim
set up by the Republican press of the North
that "these poor creatures are fleeing from
the shot guns and Bowie knives of tin
Southern whites, is in its greatest length
and breadth, width and depth, a miserable,
foumhtionlcs partisan lie. The negroes
themselves do not pretend that sucli is the
case, and if they did, their unconquerable
longing to reach Kansas the government
land of Kansas, and nowhere else would
give even their own pretences the lie. Kan
sas is a Republican State, and the town of
Wyandotte is a Republican town, yet the
town and county authorities there, join in
a denunciation of those' who are encourag
ing tho Southern negroes to come to Kan
sas, ns the colored men's worst enemies.
With fully two thousand blacks in the
town of Wyan-lutte, the Re
publicans there have not even intimated
that the stampede owed its origin to any
other cause than the insane idea that in
Kansas a farm awaited every family, and
that to read: Kansas was to live in case and
independence forever thereafter. Tin-re
are some "awful mean Republicans" in
Wyandotte, but none of them have so far
outraged tho truth as to even intimate that
the Southern blacks now there, ran away
to escape the knives and bullets of Southern
bull-dozers. The protest Issued by the
Wyandotte authorities, calls "upon humane
and reflecting .people everywhere to use
their best endeavors to check this most in
sane and disastrous movement upon the
part of tho negroes." "These people,"
tho protect continues, "are possessed of tho
most visionary ideas concerning what
they must confront by coming to
Kansas. Their solo idea seems to be
to get west to where government land
can bo occupied, but they nre wholly desti
tute of means to improve if or to sustain
themselves until they can cultivate a crop.
Go where they will in Kansas, they must
ho provided and cared for, or they will per
ish. We have reliable information that
thousands more lire coming. If so, tho sit
uation will som be a very serious one for
tho deluded, helpless ami ignorant negroes
who are thus blindly rushing to Kansas,
and a mighty burden will be thrown upon
our people. There is not sufficient demand
for farm labor to give employment to such a
mass of people. Thoy must become virtu
ally a public charge upon tho communi
ties where they mny happen to be
cast." No honest, fair-mind man can read
this protest, or can contemplato tho matter
as tho truth presents It, without feeling a
supreme and ineffable disgust for the Re
publican fanatics who gathered in Cooper's
Institute in New York a low evenings ngo,
and indulged In hypocritical gush about
tho spectacle of thousands of poor negroes
flying from certain death from the dead
bodies of kindred and friends dangling ,
ME S M. E
Is not the power employed which attracts the man of
taste anil judgment, hut the superior makes, excellent taste
of selection, manilicent cut ami
prices offered bv
Immense Clothing House !
Hiirh Prices Repudiated!
From 75 ets. to 81.50 saved on every vest. My new
prices hailed with irreat satislaction.
Whtti' Marseill Vest
Fancy Liuin "
from trees, or lying in the woods, the food
for. turkey buzzards! The New York
gushers knew they were lying lying for
party's sake, and their hearers knew they
were lying; for, after all the sonorous out
pouring of verbal sympathy for the "poor
refugees," the call for money to feed and pay
their fare, that the "accursed South" might
be "denuded" of its blacks, was responded
to in what manner: How much money
does the reader suppose that wealthy crowd
of ten thousand sympathizers contributed;
New York Stoke 15 12 lbs of New Or
leans sugar for 1.0ft. at the New York
Grixhuif.s, Nkw and Fhksh. I have a
full line of fresh fimily groceries of every
variety, just received, aud for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A large stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. W. H. Sr-n.i.Eit.
Hams, Hams. Best
Warranted at 91; and
hams in the city.
f '4. at New York
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shave fur ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2 -I cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henrv Schkk's, No. 142 Commer
jlUdc's, No. 142 Co:
Pi ston Bi.'tteu. We now offer this cele
brated, choice butter to families, by the
tub at 2:icts; at retail. 2". Guaranteed
best in the market, a. New York Store.
Temperance I la 11
Friday F.vc. May 2. l7l.
For t::i- le h-.-rlt of t ij,-
Ca i r Tempera nee Kef rm Club
Tick.-! t tl.- J i;r. I-'or
('litb-liieli. 81. - Ladies. Kit e.
;""'Th" rriil.-.r ri-rtiiii! of tbn Clut the fame
c-liiiii,' ut 7..niu'floi k dinip
1 Nights and Saturday Matinee
weovksdav, A!ITr JUT IT
AMMcd liy the Fnvorltn Tragedian,
Vf M. 1:1. L12AKK,
nnd liev New York Company of Shakes
Wednesday, April .riO,
The latest great success.
Thursday, May 1st,
MliukeeiieiiruV K.xiiniplic Cuini'ily,
AS YOU IT
Fridav, Mav 2d,
The (ircul Emotional i'iuy,
Saturday, May '3d.
Nalunluy Mat luce, future auiiouuec
imii t .
Amission . 50 ami TO Ctii.
N'u estru clmi w lor rewved cttt i t Bftnu'
lit, ami the remarkahly low It
No Compromise! I Conic to
RX, Ol Ohio Levee.
Foil First Class .lay board for fW.'O
per month, go to the Planters House.
Loriixakd's Tin Tug smoking 'tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half ami pound package-!.
Also Lorillard's Nickle Nuggets and Oime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsnu yer's at fac
First fu cut cards at the Bu.i.ktin
office at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing $1.00 to 1 ..10 per thousand.
A. Hali.ey. the Commercial avenue: Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to Lis
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
are among the latest and best patterns ar.-i
are nut excelled as bakers by anything i:i
the market ;;hey nre of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. S ild so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Breech load
ing Shot-guns. , Fishing Tackle etc., nnd
everything else low to suit the times.
11 pound Old Barrv Letter Heads.
j.l2 ' Note Hea ls.
" Linen Letter Heads.
V, " Linen N,-te Heads.
The rest quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
)i jMjund statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Head all si, s.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. I.ovs
wholesale prices. Printing Al.lM) extra.
Baling and Binding, all kinds at Tue
Bt l.I.I.TIN otliee.
"SO'IIt. L UK EINAI. SETTLEMENT.
The tmiler"!! ci:. niimitil-tr-ilur nf ('Man- ot Ii 1'.
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ni.il.-r county 'u.;rl ti'..il rrj'urt cm Ii mini i r i
tratur. uiKl.th. .t i.t i!! -i lily tn mul ru:,rr. ut tl.'
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I'ouiity of A'eximl.
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D.MlNISTllATOi; S NOTICE.
ESTATE r WIM.MM M. AHiKUToX. Dill l:ACB
Tho umliMviLHi-d. Iiavllii' iica aiioiiit.'il Ailiii!;'-l-lra!or
of the ctali; ol Wiiiinm M. Aihertoii, lati- i f
la,- county of Al"Xani'.i-r ui.il Muti- of liiinn!.. il
( -um-iI. hrii'liy L'ivc liotliv that he will iinpcir In
fori' the comity court of Aii vatiiliT cnunu: at tl.c
cmirt hoiini In I'uiro, at tie' .Itinc t.-rm. on fin
third Monday in .linn' nou, at which tiiue al!
pcr-mis havlni; claims iitainM said otnlc are iio'i
tied and ri'iiiested to ut tt ml inr the inuim-i' of h.r.
tut! the ami- nilpiMti'd. All persons i : i I - 1 1 1 d to aid
e-tatcare ri-iitn-sti'd to make immediate i:i'. went tn
Dated tins sS.'nd (lav of April. A 1. isrft
yORECLOSUHE OF MOKTC.H.E.
.state of Illinois. I Circuit Court of Ali vandcr
Couuty of Alexander (County, May term A. I). K'.i.
Peter KubU-r v. unknown heirs of William Eli!cr,
Foreclosure of mortpigc. In chant-cry.
Affidavit havii'slii'i-n Hied In the nlHec ofthe clerk
of Kiiid circuit court of Alexander county that lh
above named del'i'iidauti'. the unknown helm of Will
iam Killers, deceased, on due and careful iniiulrvcau
not lie found, notice Is- hereby ulven to the a(d d'
leiidiiiits. that the complainant tiled his bill of
complaint in cald court on tliechmici'rvHlilc thereof
on I lie 111 st dny of .March. A. I). lHTH." and that a
nimmnns thereupon tunned out o( said court ai;aiust
said defendant, returnable on the third .Monday of
.Mav, A. 1). is?.!, as l by law required.
Now. therefore, unless you, the said unknown
heirs of W illiam Khlers.il, -ceased, sliai personally
be nnd appear before the said circuit com I of Alex
ander county on Hie first (lay of the next term there
of, to beholden nt the court house In tho cj- of
Cairo. In said county, on the third .Mouduy orvlav,
A. It. b;:i, and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same, and the
matters and thlii'.'s therein cluirirfd mid stilted, w ill
be taken as confessed, and a decree entered HL'aliist
you iiccoidlliK to the tirnver of said bill.
JOHN A. KKKVE, Clerk.
(iEOItfiE FISH EH, Coiiiplalnatifs solicitor.
Calm. 111., .Match :ilsl. A. 1). lSTii.
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