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JOHN H. GBERLY & CO
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THE TOTAL ECLIPSE.
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As Sf 8tvKffBghflni, Illinois.
' 'TW4tOIMIfCATipH,;t''Al,t 9 tire.
By a Bpeclal Reporter lor the Bulletin. .
A special reporter for tho 'Bulletin' left
thin city on Saturday morning Jat, and
arrived at Effingham, III., 172 Miles
.north of Cairo, In ample ttmo to witness
'the great maiYl .of tho age, st ft feint
only a few mile aouth of the central line
f 4etftl&Be6tinitlon; which, at that'clty,
--laHtedfor two minute? and thirty-four
eccontls, belug only a fow seconds less
4haniho greatest totality st any point
llo reports as follows;
"The eclipse began, at tho exact time
predicted, although tho greater portion
vt the tloao piccca having railroad time,
which Is a fow miuutes fabtor than side
real time, caused a belief In some minds
that a mistake had occurred, until that
Important fact was thought of by homo
person and communicated to tho crowd.
A largo number of persons had arrived
per rail, and many strangers were in
town from the country the latter desir
ing lobe be iter, posted on tho points to bo
particularly noted than thoy could be at
home, while the former class wero all
from points entirely below the lino of to-
' tallty. One old gentleman, over 70 ycurx
of age, and one of the earliest pioneers
or Illinois, insistou inai incro wouiu oe
no eclipse, because he said it was Impos
sible for any person to foretell such
things. Another, after tho ccllpsq was
xWell progressed, insisted that it would
not be total because "there was not stuff
enough to cover the Bun." Neither would
believe In the achievements of modern
1 science, but both wero compelled to ac
knowledge their ignorance before it was
The minutest report will utterly fall to
Impress the minds of those who did not
'actually witness tho total obscuration,
wltha reallBlngscnsoof the awful sub
limity of such occurrence, or of tho vast
difference between a partial eclipse, (no
latter how near it approaches totality,)
-and the totality JUcif. It is almost ai
different as day from ulght, as almost all
the realty awu'lnsplrlng and extraordi
nary phonomena occur at tholustant of,
-and during, total obscuration, and the pre.
vious wltnetuilng of pttrtialecllpsouttcrly
falls to prepare tho mind for the grandeur
of the scene. After witnessing a total
rolar eclipse, one feels as though they
eould never afterwards take any interest
In n mero partial one.
Ah your reader arn all familiar with
tho, appearauco of tho ecllpso until with
in a few seconds of total obscuration, I
shall only report tho portion of tho phe
nomenon which thoy did npt bcc. About
len .seqonda beforo totality tho birds
tommenced circling around overhead,
wtterlug suob cries of distress and bowll
JKrjaeat that the wel kuown To'ee of the
U-mji:- arid other birds could earcely bo
foul genera,,, chickens moved 'about in
Now tfaq; floors iv jL,Uluuufy
tho ralls have -been scrubbed and whlto
wasbfMjVwor iixht has been let In, better
Wm, B. Anderson
Gen. Anderson's nuuority......sT totee.
rrt.o. In tliU cotltltV l)laCCS tUO
nomination of Auderson beyond doubt
in the District. Yours respectfully,
J. H. Babr.
Tho citizens of Tulaskl county are still
exercised over the county seat question.
Those who opposed its removal from Cal-
fctnnml Cltv insist that tho re-
moval was effected by Illegal votes, and
that a majority of bona fide voters and
! i.i.ir rn unaltorably opposed
pro? "r"v:r " J m, nthr hand
to its location uioru. w.. -
Mound City claims that all the proYls
Ions of (ho law under which tho elect on
was held was complied with, that tho
opponents of the removal failed to show
fraudulent votlngsufflclenttochango the
result, while tho matter was ponding be-
fore the courts, an u .
averse to a reopening of tho agitation.
All tho precincts of tho county, except
Mound City, or rather persons cla ming
to represent those precinct, have issued
a call for a mass convention at Caledo
nla on tho 4th day of September, tho ob
lectliolnK to ascertalu
1st ThoBenso of tho people in regard
to the present location of the county
jt..rfrwtAkn measures to provide for
the sneedy erection of county buildings
ihATl a Tnuw ir thn noonlo avow thorn-
M J"M"r...'r, -iTh H.at nolnt as tho
S01V08 bwomw ...-
Vdlv To ftdopt suou a course or policy
..nt -.nv further outlfty of
r:;' county buiidm
there If the people shall declare them
r.," .iia-uaflMl with that location.
Tb. oeavsntloa wlU also uoluate
oaadld for the county offiees, pledsjed
rona will fiver fwget lis singular and sur
passing beauty ,T1
As this Bplesdor disappeared, tho fuel
ofthooutiro dtsappoaranco of tho sun'
seemed to strlko every person with a spe
cies of horror, so strong was tho contrast
of tho darkness and gloom with the pre
vious beautiful apparition of light. The
admration of thoprovjpus moments was
suddenly changed toawo, as everyjyfo,
now np(.longer , needing tho . shield ,.of
smoke'gfasa, was turned to thWack
and Almost frightful blotch which now
occupied the former placo of tho sun, and
seemed id disflgure the whole .sjty,., ,A
dcath-lKc alienee fell on all li ving things,
and nellhcr man, beast or bird stirred
or spoke. Jt required no stretch of the
Imagination to believe tho world and all
it contained stood silent and abashed be
fore tho Almighty, who hud thus blotted
tho sun from our vision for tho time be
ing. One hour of such silence and dark
ness and awe, with living bolngs stand
ing llko statues crowded around, would
drive reason from (ho brain of every hu
In about one minute, however, this
feeling began to wear off, but, ulthougb
conversation was occanlonally attempted
no person seemed to talk except In whis
pers until tho end of tho total obscura
tion. At tho end of thomlnuto men
tioned, wo began to note surrounding ob
jects, and tho peculiar and ghastly hue
of all things, The heavens were cov
ered with stars, although the smallci
nne3 wcrenot vWWc.
visible to the naked cyo for tho first time
in the lives of nearly all present. A
bright red dot was scon, during tho whole
of tho total obscuration, siluuted direct
ly at the undcredgu of the black moon.
This was believed by many to bo a
planet but may have been one of
tho brilliant confiscations which astrou
omcra tell us arc constantly surrounding
thosuuono of them having been esti
mated &s being 44,000 miles long. The
character of this bright dot will bo deter
mined when no read tho scientific ac
counts which will be published of the
The extent of the darkness during the
totality cannot bo described on account
of tho quality of the light and Its singular
appearance. Itseemed to be much darker
than moonlight, yet brighter than tho
brightest starlight, hut tho weird and
unnatural appearance of every object
renders a satisfactory description im
possible. The color of bright flowers
could t distinctly scon, but dark purplo
seemed black or unrecognizable, as tho
whole atmosphere seemed of a light
purple, and blended with such colors.
A thermometer placed in tho sun
light Indicated 113 degrees beforo tho
ecllpso commenced. During Its progress
the mercury fell and rose several times,
but never rising to a previous hlght, un
til shortly beforo total obscuratiou, wheu
it fell steadily to 70 degrots muklng a
total fall of forty-threo degrees. A heavy
dew, sufllclent to materially dampen a
linen handkerchlof, fell during totality.
At the end of two minutes and thirty-
four seconds, tho moon which had op
reared for that length of tlmo to bo
iilnndtntrnerfectlv still. BUddeuly seemed
mnke another leap nud Instantly a ray
eaVjuligbt darted out, changing the ap.
It IS 8f u l'""5n uuikiiuu UV
iwued' CluS(? tho samo as at Cairo durlug
changing the toatest partial obscuration,
belonging to the dillef went up from every
ming tho consolidate rose rapidly, and
last quarterly expndltu4 of tho eclipse,
roads interostod exceedthfcely the samo
A prophet died near Paducah ft few
dayB ago. Ho foretold tho day and hour
ofblsdoath, and at tho appointed time
laid down and shuflled otr his mortal
coll. According to this readsrof futurity
this Httlo sphero or ours is io oo icmu.jr
shaken by earthquakes before long, and
the heavens will exhibit ft most alarming
udn of disorder. '
There aro In tho worW, men and wo
mou foolish enough to look forward to a
realization of tb. Mil' prognostications
of amy protiew hov:.
Peu now fftStl VP a" u
tho countty.7"r. ;
thattheso propucts invartuuy """
ovil novor good.
p.vntiBvlllo Is much enthused ovor tho
prospects' of what is called tho Evans
;.in nurml and Paducah railroad.
That our readers may uuuersiuuu
, ...v-, .,.!.
this road amounts to wo nppenu tno ioi
inui.. narirranh from tho Bbawneo-
rin.n vvnn-vinn road is only Imaginary,
They have not as rauohas ai reed among
themselves wueiuer utoy i bu ,
I. T.nii(u, MOTIfinil. Iir W11ULIIU.
. i.nn k Kniu. tn Illinnla at all.
rri.or lu nn. ilnllnr'H V'Orth Of SlOOk
t.Lnn in th onternrise. ouisiuo ui -
" " : ...vt.i Co
ni .Tiffin thprn. and wo
i..r ihDMfnra that thov are in a iar
... nnn,iiiUn lan i 'T'a.tra & Vin
" a rllrnu1. anil that tllO rUh
towards their road can not bo very great
for some time to come
- . j-
savo tholrown llvesj correctly nunctuaje
thdlrown names, .appear la print as'tho
authors at Ui4 mostloaten' and pro
found'addrcsses, tho wrUe.ii of elegant
and claborato essays-rani" the public
without, inquiry or hesitation,! accept
thorn as genuine and besUw praise ac-l
cordlngly. Men In Illlnds who cannot
compute tho interest oafirtydo)laM for
forty days at six per ceit. per annilcaj
arc tho reputed authon of financial
schemes that would, reflect honor upon a
Chase, a Blddle, or a Htmllton; while
other mon who bare nottho tact and In
dustry to devise means for ry'n helr
family grocer's bills, ars extolled as tho
cmlnont originators of schemes that are
to speedily and satisfactorily solve tho
problem of our national dobt! These
facts are well known to tho newspaper
fraternity; and, sinco tlmo has, shown
that of all work In the world the manu
facture of great men out of poor mate
rial is tho most thankless and unprofi
table, wo are Bonaewhut at a loss to know
why the editorial fraternity so persistent
ly pursue it. Tho "great man" Is never
grateful On the contrary, ho often
.turns upon tho author of his greatness
"fitid by his enmity or hh patronage
breaks him down I So, upon the whole,
Blgelow is right eminently right The
pructlce of giving prominence to obscure
and undeserving men, encourages a de
praved tasto for publicity, disturbs the
proper standards of public Judtrment,
and throws a moro meritorious classjnto
AFTER ST. LOUIS. ,
Tho Quincy 'Whig' goes for St. Louis
in the following languag6:
.rjt.(Xiouh tires of Its now toy like a
spoiled child. A few weeks ago that'eity
was all excitement over the "through
grain movement" to Europe. The "barge
tcbemc" proving a fsiluro through tie
Inefficiency of those engaged in it,
rather than on account of any inherent
want of the elements of success.
Tho next toy was an ocean xolng
steamer direct from tho docks at Liver
pool, loading at 8t. Louis levee. That
failed, too, as might have been foreseen,
and tbon. the project or building pro'
pellers adapted to river aud ocean navi
gation was proposed, but the propellers
still remain In Imaginary ship yards,
dwlll probably never be launched,
even In Imagination.
The last toy which tickles our St.
Louis friends Is the national capital, and
we see thoy liavo beeu revolving In
solemn conclave to form all tho associa
tions and people of the city into ono
grand organization for tho purpose of
securing its removal thither.
"Talk is cheap, hut it takes money to
buy cider." If tho future site of tho
national capital is to bo determined by
windy bloviatlon, St. LouU will win
If there is any mouoy consideration In
volved she will lose. There is not a
more miserly corporation In tho world
It is to be wondered somewhat thut she
lias provided herseirwltu gas and'water
THE EAST AND THE WEST, ?
Tho tit. Louis 'Democrat' la an able
paper avowedly radical In sentiment.
Articles, like the following, may bo In
harmony with the avowal ; but they are
attuned most precisely with democratic
sentiment. Read: . vf
The war .broke out, and the West,
thinking only of the imperilled Union,
rushed to arms, hewed Itn, way from the
,Laketo thft Gulf, and tbsn across to the
see, aad then northward until the West
ern Generals met with, crushed rebel-llon-before
them. But the East, looking
keenly to its Interest, took care of legi-latlt-n;
fixed up eleven tariffs In eight
years, devised a money system by which
LoiiwLhalf of the whole circulation of the
wpr norfcAs mononolizeu by New Jnr.
firing and fef, wl provided that
slppi, V reporter of the 'm more pre
Pennsylvaun.r.hly located. NVould be
uVJEicM d beaAxatloii,
hi the West will throw -aw
nml come sauarely and coolly rei, men
-t. win iM the result. Inil'V81 8U.D
im inntfd at Cairo, anu - -,vr,
a deed that will near u
s there re
, that the
a wUo ana uappv m
a molmmhnlv little lucl
of tho ex Empress Charl
anmn t mn hi n. w.i
us, and push
..wlutol with sue I vein
in cat rouletto man
restrain her. On appro"
..!. .I..lll.urn tnl V nlaCell I
ips and cur.
BHD UPlluvimvij A.L TJ
tl.annmhor U. 1110 1
viiv . --
inn whs shot on Jum
turned, and, though
.Ited in New
i to break tho
against her, sno won
took un the money, a
.d, and oven
i enhunco tho
i cr the Indus-
room. On her way
nnuuoil hv. HIlOL'UVOl
with the injunction lh
way of tho
for him " It Uknowil
Charlotte never prouol
e capital may
ear tho contro
ud at once tho
A ruHtvntcd mind unl
an intolloctuttl and ovoi
fEast shouts its
to the face.
Modestv and tnleu
which to mnke a fort
e Eastl you may
Virtue U tho quee
hlob you nave
mhtreasof fooit v
us will no mm
years you barn.
contention tus ev
p or v
re going to step
I West mtaoi t
tn i nm Vf Ma mwmttm jmMUM. . ' pwypn. , a . . vfr.aBMai
uso tho poWeriwhich' lt nososees to con
trol tho country a little while in its own
interest. You may call that1 .sectional
ism: if so. it was learned from the East.
.but the sturdy people of tho .Mioslsslppi
vaney, witu western frankness, scorn
tb Imitate those who have distinguished
a grasping self interest under the cloak
ol aatHotisni; They honestly believe it
for the good pf the wholo country that
tan producing States shall have, some
consideration in Its control, and with
Krfect sincerity they tell you that Itshall
so, Denunciations of their sectional
ism will only remind them of tho past,
and the leas you remind them of that,
tho less will they be disposed to iise
power unreasonably. J
A strange fuicldo was commitlod iu
Paris recently by a blacksmith, aged
thirty-two. Ho had goneT'to visit a frfend,
and the latter, in tho courao of conversa
tion, happened to open a drawer, which
contained several razors. "Aro they
good?" said tho other. "Excellent,"
was tho reply." This seems to be a good
one," said the blacksmith, "and bore is
the proof.'' At tho samo moment, and
before his friend could iuterferc, ho drew
it across his throat with such force that
the blado was only stopped by tho vcrtc
bnc. Death ensued aim out Immediately
from the hemorrhago. Tho motlvo of tho
of tho act is not known.
English locomotives" aro said to last
for about 350,000 train miles, through on
some roads this may go up to 4u-,00Q or
evou 500,000 miles, as to tho wear nnd
tear depend greatly on circumstances.
A railway conductor on tho Grand
Trunk, Cole by by name, has conducted
sixteen years, and traveled 670,000
Arc l'on a Slave .
To tho uic or Tobacco i lx you lih to quit tlie HI
thrhaUt? Ofcmre you dr. Then cot Uurlon's
TuWo Antidoto, nod jou will not onlj be cured of
tb um of lotwcco but jou mill not crTo It njulti.
Huch la th experience ofliundrru. Many in Cairo
navnUMd it hat foaml It in orery way effti-tual. Qot
a box afl'l try it. ti you lxm at a distance, tend" tiny
cent to liarclay Hroher, Cairo, and they wlU aunl
you a box by rtturn malU
Toceo thogirlorlray ho don not IlkaTOLlT. 'At
the Ifrug ftt'iro, on ttio Lerre, you can get o nice
awnct ani le tti t den't flick to tho te lti. Xovr Is
your tlmo 'liirln.t ocation.
IlraUtllCM, lViliHlalCN, IVIuvm.
For me Heal purposes only, at whototals and retail,
by U-trcluy llrother.
' Tnlj .w and rcllablo nrti'leli manufactured, re
commended and for aale by Ululay llr'uttiora. Lcd
furcemeutini; woo. I,h-r. cla. chlnaware. etc.
And thoic who nro older, youos men ami old tnco;
the rich nnd poor; tlioien-hohaiblAcknowinj;lo(k:
those who air frray I and thosp who'hatlnb lost their
hair and ars Riming It again, al. u Uarrcll'a Vegeta.
bio Hair llestoratire. If yon hare not ued it tt" at
once and tct a bottle.. liarclayaMs tho plucc, as ihelr
store ii tlm cen-ral hendntiartera for tn article In
Poutlitm lllinoli, Kfnluaky and Mlttourl.
The demand for this article ,ha to Increosod as to
necenitat the piircluto of another largo supply. Wo
hare the true article as made by the noted miuiufactil.
rrrs, Xarceron and Brcaiou. Kof either k nd BO to
For Sale-Fly Killer.
r 6o U Barclays' aml'iet a' sheet1 of Dutcher'a Llghl
ninR Fly I'sper tho genuine article. Ono sheet will
klU a quart of Flies, v . . ,. i
If yon waBlihepiHTartelc,from tlj orlxlnal pack.
aj.es, receirad direct from UuonySlope Tineyards, Los
Angtlos county, California, go to Barclays'. They
basalt. Angelica fort. '
ItaratogH and Bine Lick Water.
As clear and lUelr a'.wsen drsnlv t tlie Springs.
Thetlrtues'ofthesi waters haY been and aro bofiii
tcitd tqth, treat fooneflt und sal lafaction of many of
ourcltl(e-s. As dealt out al the cbunter of Barclay
llrothers, they ar always cool and refreshing. Hara
toRa, flftun tickets for ono dollar; seten tickets for
fifty ce nU. Bttie l.lik twenty gUiw fr one dollar.
JWlil.e,Ciia4. ' " ' 1
Paint', oils, and colors of all' 'kinds cne4p for th
st Itatvtaysy , ' "
The Flower of Flower. This now and populnr and
delightful huudkerchWfextraul, msnufacturcd bi the
celebrated Unmnitl, of Taris, is to bJu-l h Vrn
store on tho Leva. Inthojporfumery line it if tho
"sine qua non" anionic the uppcr.ten.dnm. To bo re
cognised as n person of "elegant tastn" you must use
CHLORIDE MHK, CAanOMO' ACID, OHltRlDC
Or KOIU. lUl4Yttl,i!i:t t orVKUffDrtiaiocUfspnt
Harclays'. CiuiHe yur eiuiei. 1 f you wnnl good
health you must breath" pure air.
Lad i en, Atteutleu.
Tho purest and best articles of extracts of Lemon
and aiiiim, mr unvorim; ico ircaiu, joiiioc, puuuings,
ait; ico c
cl. to no iioji
To ho had nt Ilnrcfays",
Pure' Creuai of- Tartar.
Tliohest DicllsU Soda, Jninalc.i (linger, clean '!
fresh. Pure Allspice, Black Teppcr, Nulmeg, Ciniw
moil Bark, etc,,ut Birclsy Urotfiera.
Illackbvrry lVliieaiitl Cordial.
or extra quality. Now Is the tmi to use u puroaitl.
re. For salo aud guaranteed by Barclay Brothon'.
I'lori.lft Water; Bay Rum and Colo.iiCi) far ucioiU
etnnil llirliilli Coniult I'Olircomrbi t ilurin thtl hot
weathur und uso theso refreshing articled.' At tliit
Drug storo on tho I.eico joucan gctsvhat you wsnt in
Just the soap for bathing. Urfooa uotslnk. .No
tlaiigcroflosluRita. Itfloati un tho surface of trio
water. At Barclay))..
Basin's tooUt powders and pastes. French and En
glish weparatlons for. the teeth, and tosth powder of
superior quality of our own make. Call smd lako your
choice at Barclays'.
Teeth brasses, shoe trashes. Mint brushes, and
brushes of all kinds, at Barclays.'
At BaroUys' jvb caf Uw FlVOff ACTION
Wholemlo'and retail'dealcr in
PCBE CRYSTAL IC,
Corner Eighth Street and Ohio Lev,
Ico dellTercd to all paris of tho city. All orders frost
abroad promptly filled aplWosepI
CKYSTAL LAKE ICE.
GEO. T. ClISHIXO,
M Ottlo Utm, C-lro, Illlaotoi, la prepared'to furnish
elUsens or steaasbnta with the above pure article- of
oa at talawif Market, prlco CitiMns wlU be re
gularly supplied by honest, accommodating salesnitK.
Orders fmrn ar-od aotlelled. mvl"Wm
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
X vs. yxx berf IBliiuslea
Cedar Ptists, Doors, Sash, BllneU snd Wlsf
OMce en Tenth Street,
.Betweon. Commercial nnd Washington Avenues,
CAlko, ILLINOIS. ... .
. i .i .
RocbRhxrPaprr Cdinpanxfs Sheathing FtH
H. W. John') Iiaproved ltoeflar
. u . . -AXP-
Asbestos CsMt alwsiy 9ti hsus
Iu largo or small quantities. '
dwlfJai'M ' ,
STATE OF ILLINOIS, . i
ALEXANDER; CoUNTVT Ml
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County, September
. , Term, Wl. . , .
Bally-H.riamll.' V '
Jerdsli.CeiViitW' f AUaoWiLvtinw&'fiW,
Notice Is hereby girsn to you, tho said John E.
Cook, thata writ of attachment has beta sued out ol
Iheornco of clerk of the circuit court of said Alexander
connry-.at the stilt of the said Bailey 8. Harrell, aas)
aijalnst tho cetate of you, the said John K. Cook and
Henry A. Althntisp, for four hundred and
forty-four dollnru and alxty.flte cents, 01.
rioted to tho xheritr of said county - i
etecute, which Raid writ lu brcii returned by saki
Kherilt executed, by levy inr the same on lots number,
ed fourteen (It) nnd fifteen (13). in block numbered fif.
ty.nne (51) In the city of Cairo, Illinois, as the property
of John C Cook.
5or unites you, thosahUphn J Cook shall per
sotiolly beam! appear beforo the circuit court of eald
couuty on the llrt day Cf tho mat term thereof, to t
hoMcn In Uic city of Cairo, In said county, on too third
Monday In ibeinonth of bepieniUer next. glvescclal
ball and pleal tn said iu:tlon,iudmcnt will bo tutored
ngtunxtyou la lavoroitnn ml i pinintuianii tno prop.
crty attached sold to satisfy llio.ume with oosU.i
JOHN Q. 1IARMAN. Clerk.
Cnlro, Ill.,'Julr orx 1W3. y
Allen, U'obb Allblivr, i.UliitnT's attorneys, . 1
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Aluxandeb County, Ml
In the Circuit Court of Alx nder County, Uept.m.
Henderson M.llnlen.l Jn AtUemneat.
JohnDax??: J Demand IWW.
Notice Is hereby gh en to you, the said John Dails
that a writ of attachment has been sued out of tho of
ice of the clerk of the clrvuit court of Alexander
county, al the suit of the mid Henderson M. ,. Hulea
and against tho extateof you, the said Jolin D la far
one hundred- aad twenty-sercn dollar nnd. ninety
nine cents, besMss mlerrst, directed to tho sherttf 0t
saUtoonnty to execute, which said writ has been, r.
.....!,. ..1,1 IMri. ' '
Now unless torn Ihowld John DaTlsshairuersonaJ-
ly be asd appear before the circuit colirt'of aald coun
ty.ontheflrstdsy of the next term-thereof,, to. M
Monday In themuntli'of Ketitcmherncxt. lia.aneassl
noiuen in tne city PI unim, m sm toumr, on ine mire
hall and plead to said AcUou,jiulKiiinwilI beejteesjSl
against you In fitrorof the aaM plaintiff and the ffsf
rt nit.i'heil tntil to MAiiifr the samo with coats.
John y. u Aanuw, asrtk
Cairo. Ul., Julx.aHh.laMj .
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In the Clruutt Court of Alexander County 3epteOer
Samuel BtaaU Taylor and Elwtn Parsons. 1
Trustees 6thv Cairo City Property, ichaBr7
Charles Bolionemeyer and Andrew Popp. J
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A (Mailt of the Ui ju-resldenco uf Andrew Pnnn. am
oftheatMiTfl named defendants hating been Aleill
notico is ttiereforo hereby given to tho sold Andrew
mo.ierK a omcu oi inv circuit Mmrv 01 sua cou
ropp, mat innrpinpiaiuauu men tneir nit or.
plaint in tne, atxire entitled caiho in sId Court on ike
Chancery-side thereof, on the Srddaytif JulyMaf,
and that thereupon' it summons Issued out o( sai
Court rt'luniable tin the law directs. Now, unless you
thn saiil Andrew Poppislioll personally bo aud appear
beforo tho Circuit Court o said County on the Jlrss
day "fllir next term Ihervol', to t-a holden at the Court
Houso in tho City of Cairo, in said Couuty, on lb
Tiuru jioimny oi Jrcmemiwr no.ti, aim pieau, answer
or,temur to tio saiu complainants bill oroompMiatt.
thn samo and tho miillo'it nd things therein charged
and stated will be taktoi iv aoufosfrd, and a decreei
euieredasnmstyuu accordlnn to thn prayer of sai4
bill. . JOHN Q.HARMAN. Clerk.
tliHcn & r.lllwrt. l'ltl's Att. lylttwftw
QAIUO AND PABUOAll ,
j ' m nrwnPv N -Master.
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