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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 0, 1379.
NEW SERIES NO. 218.
Treasurer- II. F, I'urker.
(.'lurk-J. II. I'hllll.
Counselor- Win. H. (illlicrl,
MarnliHl (.'. I). Aricrr.
Attorney W. (J. MrOen.
Police M itlntrutii J. ,1. Illnl.
HU.UU) lif AI.HKKUKX.
First Ward (leu. Yucuiii, Win. O'Ciiltahan.
Hocuud Ward WouJ Jlittijuliouse, N. U- Thiftlo
womI. Third Ward -W. I'. Wright. J'lhn Wood.
Fourth Ward -Charles a. Cutler. I). J. Fuley.
I if 111 Ward-T. W. ilalliday, t'hu. Lancaster.
ClrrultJiiriKt.- 0. A. Hurler.
Circuit (Jlerk-J. A. IWvi,
C.iUlity Jndi;'! II. H. Yuriiiu.
County Clerk -S. .1. Ilniiim.
County Allorny W. ('. .Mulker,
Con my Treasurer A. J. Allien.'
Mi'Tilf -Johu Hudges.
Coroner K. l-'nx jfn.t..
County (,'oinniii".iiti W. llulllday, M. V
lirovwi, Kamuel llrllry.
AFHK'AV M. K. Fourteenth trt-ct. hetwecii
Waiinit and Cednr lreei; mTiicin Salilmtll II
u. m. and 7::jil ). m.; ISutiduy School I ;:HJ t. in.
(lIIKISTIAN Klghtwnih street; meeting Sab
J uath, 10;i p. in.; preaculim occasionally.
(HUWII OP Tift: HKII". EM Eli-- Episcopal)
J Fourteenth street; Morning prayers (halioath)
1U:!M a. m.; evening praviT. 7:: p. m.: huhballi
i,liool u a. m. Iter. Si. J.'lillloti l.ee. Hector.
LMKST MIHSIONAKY IIAI-riST'CliriK II.
I l'ri-ar.hlti!( at in : a . ai., p. in., and T: i p. in.
Sahliatb school at ' i. 111. licv. T. J. Miores,
1TIIEHAN--Thirteenth street: services Sab
bath II a. lu. auilT::) 11. in ; huiiuuy s huol .
111. itev. iiuitm iin'T, tiarior.
METHODIST Cur. r.ljrhtli and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath 10::i a. m. ami 7 p. 111.;
prayer meciltv, Wedm-dav 7' p. in.: Sunday
hclioul, X. p. in. He v. A. P. MorrUoti. pastor.
IIKKSHYTKKIAN- Klclith street: preaching on
hahbath at 1I:IJ a. in. and T : p. ni.; prayer
ymUiuK Wefiorrday at 7::Up. m.i uuday hchool
all p. bi. Ue. U. Y. ieorj;e, pamr.
CKCOM) FKKK-W1M. IIAI'TIST-Fifleetth
0 alrect, between Wnlnnt and Cedar streets; ht
vice habballi at J and 7 :) p. t".
ST. JOSEI'II'S-Utonicn Catholic) Comer (roa
and Wainut treet: services M'ibath 10:ia.
m.; funday r h(Hil at 2 p. in.; Vt'pcrs 3 p. m.; scr
ttces ncry day at S p. rr..
ST. I'ATHICK H-Komn Catholic 1 Corner Ninth
trf:t and Wanhlmiin avenue: sflces Sib
ualb baud lu a. m.; Vcper S p. m.; H.inlav School
1 p. tn. ; services every day at s p. m. Itcv. r . Zahvl,
Arrival mid Departure of Traliw.
ILI.IMOli (EN THAI. HAII.ItnAD.
RxurfW S: p.m. 1:1" p.m.
Mall 'n- H 4'P-m.
'reit:ht H:10m 4:i"Ja.m.
Krcliiht ::'pm. &:'p.m.
CAIUU AND VINC'KSNKS KAI1.MJAU.
Ui 10:iii p m. 4 (rf a !'i.
ST. LOI'IS. IjV AN! j-unilKKS KMI.IA1.
Rxrrna ''""a m 8:''p m.
CAIltt) AND ST. I.Oi; IS HAII.HOAli.
Throagh Kipre.. 5:15 p.m. lH 'a m.
iluribyhmj ArrominiMlatiun.l'.,:.'ip m. li:lip m.
Kxcept Sunday. tKirepl Monday.
ENEItAI. DELIVERY open . .JJ a m.; tloava
l.I 6::wpm.; uuiav: S ton a m.
Money Order Depariraeut open at 8i. m.; cloi".
1',) p. m.
Tbriiuch Krpn' Mai!ifla Illlnola Central and
MiMiMippI Ceutral It .liroadii cloe at M i) p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Kiaff Through and Way .Mall
rlca at U SOti.m.
War Mall via Iltln.il" Central. Cairo and In
rennM and Mis.a!ppl Central lUilroada cloae at
Way Mail for Narrow Gauge Kallroad doota at 8
Cairo and Kiannvlllf Hlver Route tlowa at 0:30
p. m. daby (eictpl Friday).
LLINOLS CKMRAL li. li.
TKAIS8 I.KAVE CAIItO
Mil aL ... II 45 p.m. Dailr
1 Rinrma at I:10p.m Daily
Vrelcht at W m except Sunday
Freight at i 00 p m... . except Sunday
AHKlyK AT t'AIHO
Mail at.. 4:(W a m Dally
Kxpreaa at 4 W p m except Sunday
Krelithl :10 a.m. ...except Monday
Freight :30 p.m except Sunday
JAMKS JOHNSON. General Accnt.
(AIliO i.t ST. LOUIS K. li.
II. V. SMITIIKIIH, Kett'ivor.
!1I0UTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIItO AND ST. LOUIS.
. Tim Ht hciUilw:
Through RxpreKP leavea Cairo 10:0(1 a.m.
Through Kxpwaa arrive at K. St. I.oitif.. H:ip.ni.
ThrouKh Kxpre-a leave E. St. Louis.... B::Wa.m.
Through Knpreaa arrive at Cairo S:l5p.m.
.MUTpnvHiioroaccoiiiiiiooBuon ienr?i.uiiw ...(......
Mtepuvehuru Arc. arrlveaat Murpbyxboro H:55p.tu.
Mnrphysboro Acc. leave Mnrthyl)oro. .. B:.K).ni.
Murpuyahoro Acc. arrive at Cairo li 55 l i-
The Cairo it St. Lnlil Rail Road I the only all
Kail Route, between Cairo and St. Lout under one.
mttnaKenvmt. thervfora there aw no delay at
way alatlon awnltins connection from other line.
Cloao and uro rounectlnn at St. I.oui with other
' llnua for North. Kt and Wont.
J. A. -NAfGLK. I.. M. JOHNSON.
A i:ent. lleneral Matiaser.
(JAIltO fe VLCKNN1:S R.R.
47 MILKS Tn?raK5Si."K
TIMOKB AND WASHINGTON.
. 'IL Mil VZ THE 81I0RTRST TO INDIAN-
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Ovvr tralua of all other route making ttiu tame
HP l'anBiw by other route to rank connee
ttoua mut ride all nlebt, waltlnir from one to lx
boar at niU country atatlons for tralna of con
liFM PMHF 1ITHR FACT and take onr4 :45
villa. IndlanaDoll. Clnrlnaall and Loulavlllo aame
i ' day. Tralna leave and arrive at Cairo aa follow ;
' VI . 1 1 I J... - m
iau inivrn.i ..i.in.ni.
Mail arrive .10:lWp,m
Throonh tlcknt and check to all Important
F. A. MIl.l.RIt ROSWKLI. MII.LKR.
Ui'u'l Par Ace.nl. Oeaeral Bap'U
L. B. CULlCoa, pMcaer Aeal.
Corner Twelfth Street.
K. A. RUIiXETT, I'koi'kietoi:.
131 s DING
Of iill descriptions to order at
To Ol der on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads. 5 and 6 Pound
Bill Heads Uand 10 Pound
Statements. 5 and (' Pound
ALL FIRST-CLASS I'APKK.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
AVhitr und Colored
(jAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE izla STATES.
MAVRh I.KAVK I.KAVE
FootKourtli at Miourl Laud'a. Kentucky l.ii'g.
8 a. ra. 8:30 a.m. a. m. '
10 a. in. 10:30 u. m. 11 a.m.
i p.m. i.:.')0 p.m. 3 p. m.
4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5 p.m.
XEW MEAT MARKET.
Si','nof the ISuffulo Head.
No HO. Ohio I
KOEIILER BROS., I'roprictow,
A full and complete aupplv of the be,t of all
kind meat alwaya on band. Order tilled at auv
hour, day or night
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer1 in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, "WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialtj,
o ' r i c: t: :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
WHOLESALE WlJirS AND LiyUORS
V. M. Stockfletli. rredolin Broaa.
Stockflbtii & P)R0SS,
SuaeMor to F. M. Stockfleth,
Importers and "NVholsnlo ileulora in
KoreUrn and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Ialand, Catawba, California and lm
ported Port, Sherry, Mvdara Wine and t'bajn.
NO. 62 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and PomevStic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH & CO. have c"'tantly a largo
t-toek of the bet i;ood in the i 'rket and :ivo
epeclal attention to the wholeaa:. -auch of the
MUTUAL AID SOCItTY.
IDOWS AND ORPHAN'S
Mutual Aid Society',
From T. A. Osbnru, Act. Secretary of Branch Office
Bouvbii, Tinn., January 8tU, 1879.
Thomaa Lcwla, Secretary V. & O. M. A. 8. Cairo,
Dear Sir and Brother:
Slater Acton ha Jnat handed me a certificate,
aud deatrea me to forward It to you; and request
mo to aay to yon and through you to the Society,
that the return her sincere thauka to you and the
Society, and to lay that thu ha received more on
brother Acton'i death, (or rather on hi policy.)
than he had expect!; and that ahe will do all that
he can to Increase It membership. All that have
expressed themselvea think well of your tabular
statement. Youra Truly, T A OSBURN.
Bouvkr, TtMir, January 9th, 18T8.
This la to certify that my huabaud, Key. Jamea 0,
Acton, was a member of the Widow's aud Orphan's
Mutual Aid Society .'of Cairo, Illlnola, and that the
amouut due on such membership. Certificates has
been fully paid, accordiug to (he terms, of the Cer
tificate, and thy money expressed to me withoti
one cent of cost for which I return my sincere
,. , IJKeU.KWK, KV.
Dit. II. It. Sti'vkxk:-
l)ear Sir,- I mint mntn Hint vnnp Vi.m.lttii! lie.
serve to be culled a vuluulili! blood puriBer, reno-
" iiivironiior ot tins wimtu ytim. Jiy
Wife Hlltlereil f.,r a N.iurtli i.rilm.. ullh s..r,.lnU U.,r
on tint leg. Shu took severill bottle of Vegi tine.
I he reuli v., ri. mrpriMlug; It cured her. while ull
iuu nirioer reineille lulled to give ntlMi'tloii.
, lieHpeetrufly, T. F. TRICK.
I know the uliovo to lie true.
fl , 1IKNKY WEI'.TIIKIMKU,
Druggie un,i ApothecarVi 1H Munuiouthst.
YEiKT!NK.-F(ir eradicating all Impurltn of the
blmiil IrointhufVHtem, It Iiiih no equal. It bie nev
er fulled toetleei a cure, giving tonu uudatrungih to
the system debilitated by dUeuau.
I'lirilit's tho IMood.
, Boston. Muss., Oct. li, 1S7T.
Mn. I. K. Htkvknh:
Dear Klr.-I have been ullig Vegetlre ftir some
thne With tie: greate"! utii-fiu:tion. und can hlglilv
reconinienil It as a creat cleanser nnd purltlerof the
blood. J. ,. II ANA KoHl.),
I'anlorof Eleatoii'Squuru il. K. Church.
NenvomsKoK. und all der:ingenientH of the nerv
ous svstem. ure umiuIIv conneet.-d with a illseiised
condition of the blood. Iebilitv 1 a freonent ac
companiment. The HrM thing to be dime in to Im
prove ine coiKllllon or the blood. This is accom
plished by Inking Vegetine. It I a nerve in, ill-
ulne. and possesse a controlling power over the
Will Cure Kheumatism.
Cincinnati. Apill 9. 1H77.
Mn. II. Ii. Stevksh:
II. i. - Hir - I I...... ......I ...... ......11 1. T
... u. ...i. . .... w .... jwi,! in.-, 1 1,. i hit, iij.j tTf
tlue, for liheutnatism with great sucres. and be-
II...... 1. ... I... .1... L ... .!;..: ...
neve h io lie uje uesi meoieiue ior mat conipniiui
that there!. I also know it I a good blood purl.
fl.'S fttllt Ht till, l,S..M,.nl (Int.. u,n ridiiw. U ..a tl... V...a.
springmedicine that I know of. I take great plea-
np,. 1.. Ilr. tl... V.. I.....t
Ht. M IVVVNIUbUUIII , ,. I41JV 1JI. IIK'IIUP.
TiioiANii9v.lU bear testimony (and dolt volun
tarily i. Hint Vegetlne is the best medical compound
yet placed before the public for renovating and pu
rifying the blood, eradicating all humor, impuri
ties, or poisonous secretion from the system de
bilitated by disease; in fact. It Is. many have
called It, -The (ircat Health Restorer."
1? o r X) y npepsia.
Ashley, III., Jan. 13, 178.
H. R. Stevens:
Dear Sir, I have been using Vegetine for Dvspep
cla. and find more relief from It than all the' oilier
medicine 1 ever used. There is nothing like It lor
Dyspepsia. MRS. M. K. FOWLKS.
I am personally acquainted with Mrs. Fowlks,
aud can certify that the above-statement I true.
W. C. PACK, M.D..
Druggist. A.hley, 111.
TuofSAXiis Speak. Vegetine Is acknowledged
and recommended by physicians und apothecaries
to be the best purifier and cleanser of blood vet dis
covered, and thousands speak in it praise who
nave ueen resioreu io ueuuu.
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vogrctine is Sold By all Drusists,
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kektii,
Queens c.P.i JSLSjtww
Royal Canadian Sffitaa.
British America USISfo.
T'liinii UOf Philadelphia; established in 1804.)
X II t IllilU S , Asset 41J,4x't.9ti.
ftppmanL . of import, hu
UKl IIIU II f Assets tlM.877.33.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
OfTio in Alexander County Hank.
i-l ' -S
2 5 a
Wholesale and Retail
BOOTS AND SHOES.
carpets and oil cloths,
remmorrlal Avenie, Ailn 'Til
('mnr Eighth strwt tlUrO, Ills
MARKETS IIV TELECHM'II
LivKui'fior., March, 5, 2 :00 p. m. AVhout
firm. Winter, 8h ILlds ;M; Sprinpr, 7s
ij8s 2il; Culiforniiuivc'ra.1,'0, 8s lOdrtlOs 31 ;
Culifornia club, 9s 2I(iid 8il. Corn
new, 4s 71.
NEW YORK (1KAIX.
New York, March 5, 12:01 p. m.
Wlicnt (juiet. No. 2 Chicago, l O7Q108;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 071 OS; Red
Winter, t 041 14Ji;No. 3 RedWintor
1 141 UJU No. 3 Amlier, l IZ
Corn quiet. Ste3rtU!r, ..44?i ; No Jl,
No. 2,43' "
CIIICf',i) OBAIX AND PRODCCF..
Cure Af jo, March5,10A. m. Pork April,
$10 05ftjl0 07 tj'; May, $10 17l. Corn
April, 3:J-8'33i May, 37?8'. Wheat
March, f4;V 5 Aiiril 04JJ.
Ciirc.voo, March 5, 12:00 m. Pork
April, flO 12; May, f 10 22J-j10 25.
Corn May, 37'. Wheat March, 05' ;
April, 057; May, 09,.
Chicago, March 3, 2:30 p. m. Pork-
March, $10 00; April, $10 00; May,
$10 17)10 20. Cm April, 33
83?f;M'iy,37?8'. Wheat April, 90; May,
COXORKSfl TO BE CALLED OX THE 18tlj IXST.
THE tfl'EAKKltSIUP THE K1VEH AND II A R
llOit BILL CLOSIXU M.EXES OF COXOKESS.
Washington, D. C, March 4. The pres
dent having decided to call congress to
gether on the 18th, just leaves so short a
time for the re-organization ot the next
house and senate that a canvass for the
fat places has already bfgun. Randall is
likely to succeed himself as speaker, al
though the Southern element will make a
hard fight for Bhickhurn, but it is believed
that the Republicans, in order to prevent
this will, upon a final call, vote for Randall,
and failing in this will assist in giving the
speakership to McMahon, of Ohio. John
Thompson, present incumbent, ha3 the lead
for the sargeant-at-arms place, although
he has one formidable competitor from In
diana. Colonel Polk, of Missouri, will
again be a candidate for doorkeeper, and
as a matter of simple justice he should
have it, as his displacement wss a piece of
rank injustice. In the organization of the
senate, the secretaryship will be the covet
ed praise, and among the candidates are
two ex-senators and four ex uiembers. It
looks now as if Burch, of Tennessee, a news
paper man, would step into this position. It
carries with it many advantages and oppor
tunities for manipulating and managing
party machinery, and there will be a fierce
contest over it.
THE PRESIDENT'S CAUTION.
Owing to the great number of appropri
ations in the river and harbor bill for ob
scure and out of the way localities, which
gives it the appearance of having been
framed in the interests of the lobby, the
president had determined upoii vetoing it,
but at the earnest solicitation of a number
of gentlemen who are prominently Identi
fied with our commerce, he consented at
the last moment to sign it.
That an extra session has been unavoid
able ever since the repeal of the supervis
ors law was agitated, was made evident by
the closing speech of Mr. Atkins, of Teu
nessee,when he said that if the conference
cominittre could have agreed by yielding
to the Semite, the house would not have
acquiesced in such action. When Mr. Fos
ter, o.'Ohio, at the last moment submitted
a resolution to allow the executive branch
of the government to draw on the treasury
for running expenses until the next regular
session the Democrats denounced it ns a
political trick by which it was sought to
make them responsible for the extra sesiion,
but there is little doubt that if this plan
had been suggested early enough Demo
crats would have voted fur it. Some nt the
Democrats attempted to hedge by saying it
was too late for the senate to act on it, but
Fester said that body would agree to it
in two minutes.
THE CI.OSIXC1 SCEXEH
in the house were unusually impressivp and
Interesting, and owing to the great pressure
for scats in tho galleries the ladies were,
upon motion of Representative Crittenden,
of Missouri, admitted to the floor.
The most of tho Western members whu
propose going home will leave to morrow
THE ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
Special to the Tlmci Joarnal. '
Springfield, March 4. Then- was a
full atteudanco of numbers with a fair
sprinkling of lobbyists intcrc.tnd in vari
ous measures. .. .
Tho housd took up the consideration uf
bills on locoiid reading,
llouso bill 1100, requiring all f pedal lii3u
ranee companies of other states, like wlato
glass companies, steam boiler companies,
etc., to contia-m to the general insurance law
of the state before doing business here, was
ordered to third rending.
House bill 122, making it punishable as
larceny for any mortgagor of personal
property to sell, remove, conceal or carry,
away the same wi.hout tho written consent
of thu person holding the incumbrance, was
ordered to a third reading.
House bill 477, giving mayors power to
rcmovo subordinate officers, but giving
councils power to reinstate by a two-thirds
vote, was ordered to third reading.
House bill 311, revising the interest law.
This bill fixes the rate nt six per contort
written contracts. It provides as a penalty
for usury, tho forfeiture of the interest.
Mr. Johnson moved to amend tho biUhjr.--flxint;
the rate on ull contracts, written or
not, at six per cent.
Mr. Core spoke quite earnestly in favor
of thus amending, but unsuccessfully, as
it was then tabled,
Mr. .Matthews moved an amendment that
usury may bo pleaded under tho general
Mr. Moflitt presented numerous petitions
against the manufacture of whisky.
Rills were introduced by
Mr. Taliaferro To establish another deaf
and dumb institution.
Mr. Hunt's joint resolution ameuding tho
rnnutWlirinn mi nu tn pluinrm itin ffirni i(
- - .... . . ... .... .... . J -l.l.t.u ...
office of county officers.
Mr. Shutt oil' -red an amendment which
was adopted excepting county surveyors,
because they are recognized in tho consti
tution as officers. They should bo statu
tory officers. The resolution was adopted
yeas, 30; nays, 4.
Mr. Johnson introduced a bill to pro
hibit loaning public moneys.
Mr. Riddle spoke to a questiou of duty.
Ho complained that Mr. Wilson's bill, No.
20", had been delayed by the printers in
the interest of the Cook county commis
sioners. An explanation was given and the
Seuate bill 34.1, to abolish the Board of"
Equalization, brought out Mr. Whiting whe
opposed it strongly.
Mr. McClellan also opposed the bill.
Mr. Dearborn thought the matter too im
portant to be triflod with and wanted it
postponed for the present. Mr. Kelly
mnvi'll til tttrtln flllt flm unnnliniv
Mr. Joslyn pitched into the board heavily
flfivinir It W'i4 miuln urwifnliaiirn nml lrn1in.
down politicians. They hadn't assessed
railway property nearly high enough.
Mr. Moffitt (exmember of the board) de
fended himself and tho Iward from the charge
of obscurity, and believed it an honest and
The bill was jxistponed till Tuesday.
The bill providing mode of payment of
claims against the state was ordered to third
reading, as were the following bill:
Senate bill 843, to consolidate the game
Senate bill 00, to pay damages for over
Senate bill 190, establishing a library in,
the first appellate court district.
A LOVE 3TORY.
A ROMANTIC STORY OF THE FATE OF TUX
BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER OF GKNKHAL WEI
In the gossip that followed tho an-
uiruui.i.iuviii inai vjuucini kjiiiriunu n BOH
had left for Europe to become a Catholic
priest, a story was told of the romantic cir
cumstances attending tho career of one of
General Wiufield Scott's daughters, who
died in the Convent of tho Visitation at
Georgetown. This story wjs to the effect
that Miss Scott fell deeply in lovo with an
attache of a foreign' legation, ' wh
loved sincerely in return. Tho match
was opposed by General Scott, and through
his 'instrumentality was broken off. fiho
went heart-broken to u convent, aud ho
prepared himself and whs admitted to tho
priesthood. In course of timo he was or
dered to GeorL'ctmvil Colleire. und n iinrtinre
of his duties consisted in hearing the con-
lessions ot the nuns at tho college. On
one of these occasions Miss Scott knelt in
the confessional to her former lover. Each
rueogniziid the other. Slw tainted, went
into a rapid decline nnd soon died. He left
The true storv of the alTair as related nv
a friend of the family of General Scott is
much less romantic, than the fnt uf thn
gossips. Nearly forty years agu Mrs. Gen
eral Seott w;is liv'ni'T in Paris with herfnm-
ily, the younger da lighters being pupils in
the Convent ot tlwj Sacred Henri. Sim
moved in the highest circles of I'lirisur
society, and her eldest daughter was known
becauso ot her exceeding beauty ami cul
ture, as "La belle Americaino." A French
man of excellent family and considerable
wealth fell in love with Miss Scott. His
affection was reciprocated, and with th
consent of Mrs. Scott an engagement of
marriage was niauo. in visiting the ln
vont of tho sacred heart, where her
vounirer Misters wer nt arluKil MC
Scott became deeply impressed with the
noiy lire ot me Maters, in a comparatively
short titnu she was converted und determ
ined to devote her life to tho church. Site
sought and obtained a release from her en
gagement. What became of her lover ia
not known, beyond thu fact that he never
left Europe. Ho was reported to have .
joined a religious order in Home. Mils
Scott returned to the United State with tier :
mother shortly afterward, und was admit.
ted to the Convent of Visitation at George
town. She was in delicate Ii'h1Ui when,
on the 2d of OmW, 1tM4, he received
the nubir of tlie novU, und the 'jCtfi vt
August, ahe died of cousuwwlotiu