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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 0, IHR3.
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orlOtAL PAPER OF CITY AND COHNTY
AN NOUNCtt MKNTS,
am riihorla'i'l to anioiiliicu that H. A. D.
WII.HASKS, of Juirormiii c.muiy. It cutKtliliitu
fur CjHrK oTttici Ainllali Court ill Iho H'ourtn
Divlai.in of liiiniil. autiJuiM, to thu dvcialou of a
ct uvuiitinu of Hm Dmnoorailc inriy
Wi) tutliDflnivl to aunmineo thu namu of
WALTEit AK.-IUaciiiiaiil ufortnu office
f CoUQiy Jil'l,'t ' Aleimder County.
Wb ar 11 ilhorUid to atiiiouni-u .limtico JOHN
il. KutllSSDS a an independent caudidine for
Couuijr J Jila Ht tbti comiuif Novemue,- tdecliou.
COUNT I' THKAHUREH.
Wcri! authonced toannonn.e Mr. MILES V,'.
PA UK Kit 1111 tuilrp ditl.'iil candidate for troaa
urur of Alexander county at tua comltm November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tnm column, oiirnt cenu per lino for
fret and Dvo cent per line ch aub.equent Inier
lion. Kor oiib wwk, 30 cent per line, tor 0110
n.onih, (in chum par line.
Dry Cull Poplar Lumber. Address, or call
on B. V. Goouwilie,
3t. ' Halliday Ilotol, Cairo.
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmyer, mer
chaut tailors, Washington aveuuo near tith
Btreet, are receiving a full lino of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest patents
lor suiting and are ready to receive orders
and manfacturo suits of tlio bust qual
ity cloth and guaranteed fit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can bo Bold.0-.j-lm
Flour u cheaper and my loaves are made
largo that my customers may get the lien
erit. Theso largo loaves sell at tlio bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My ureai I is pronounced by those
who know, to bo the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
sold only at the bake shop. You got the
lull worth of your money. Try it.
9 21m. j, Fua.vk Kuatkv.
ICE I ICE!!
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and. Levee, my
toe house and office is at present at the
City Urcwcry, on Washmirton avenue. Si
tween tttU and 0th streets. Orderywill In
filled satno as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
Tho Illinois Central railroad htm now on
sale excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa. Min
noota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
lorouto ami Niagara rails. Hates low
Call or address J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Lairo, lor excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Receipt books, Cairo (into line, peronr
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for shIo at the Cairo Bulletin
Sprout's Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of ice aro notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiifs store whore
ice in anv quautity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust tho same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
L'soTuk Caiko Hum.kti.n iierfotated
scratch -book, made of calendered jute
Dianilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in throe sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
3. five and ten cents each by tho single one,
by the dozen, special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Rheumatism, disordered blood, general
debility, and many chronic diseases pro
nounced incurable, are often cured by
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, totter,salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
After all, a gentle purgutive is the best
means for curing headache, liver cumplaint,
billiousness, etc. Take "Sellers' Liver
If sou are & woman and want both
' health and beauty, remember that all su-
pernciat enorts to increase your pcisonnl
charms are vain. Freshness and hemitv
accompany health, and to secum-tlna Mr.
Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies for all female
weaknesses offers the surest means of reu-
ovation. The highest intelligence loses Its
lustre when it must find expression
through a billious complexion. Good for
Dh. Kmmk's Ghkat Neiive Rk.stoiiku is
tlie marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases
ah nisstoppea iron. Bend to 1)31 Arch
Btreet, I'mladelpia, Pa.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 for $.. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
rnartnacy, 315 first Ave, N. Y. Hold
Cairo by Barclay Bros
The old need them for strength; tho
young want them for a tonic; the sick crave
them to get well; the well take tliem to
remain so; dyspeptics need them for relief;
epicures like them as an apetizcr; every body
takes Hops and Malt Bitters.
The U. B. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., igents, Bt. Louis,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In the coinmm, ton cents per line,
lacn insertion. JiarKon
Win. Alba hag the finest barber Bhop
in southern Ills. tf.
Sergeant W, II. Ray expects his assist
ent next Monday,
-Mrs. Lemon and daughter " Nellie
and Miss Maud Burnett arrived lust night
from Dixon Springs.
Erom tho Vienna Times we loam that
Misses Carrie Kuykendall and Dora Sun
ders of Vienna, aro to attend school in this
Since yesterday the new Bulletin of
tico is connected with tho telephone ex
change Its instrument is numbered (J(i.
Communications of news or on business
matters aro respectfully solicited.
The social dance of tho young people's
Social club, at llartman's hall last night
was as succesful an affair in every way
as could well be wished for. Tho attend
ance was large and select. The music, be
ing furnished by Prof. Storer's new orches
tra was excellent. The young people may
well feel proud of their success.
As will be seen from the proceedings
of tho State Democratic convention pub
lished elsewhere in this issue, Mr. Alfred
Orendoi f, of Springfield, is the Democratic
nominee tor state treasurer, and Hon.
Henry Rial), of St . Clair county, the party's
candidate lor State Superintendent of pub
The Cairo City Ferry Company lias
done some work on the road leading from
the ferry landing in Kentucky to the bluffs.
It has made some improvements which will
be hailed with pleasure by tho farmers who
desire to come to Cairo. It will probab'y
do still more work and it should
have the aid of tho merchants generally to
put the road in a permnnenty good, passa
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood returned yes
terday from his visit to Robinson, Ills.,
where ho attended jj reunion of the noted
Wilder's brigade. About five thousand
peoplo were present to witness. tho inter
esting ceremonies, Geo Wilder himself
was also thero and delivered an address.
Mayor Thistlewood says the whole affair
was one to bo remembered and that ho en
joyed himself hugely.
Go to Win. Alba's oti Commercial ave
nue hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop lu southern Ills. tf
Hon. W. K. Murphy is a granger, the
assertion of our Greenback fellow citizens
to the contrary notwithstanding. Mr. Mur
phy has a farm of fifteen hundred acres un
der cultivation in Perry county and raises
some of tho finest sweet potatoes in the
county. The Democrats did cater to the
farmers and laborers. Mr. Murphy is a far
mer and a laborer in a trtio souse; ho has
huy seed in his hair and "corns" in his
Mr. Wm. Louergau, Sr., of St. Louis,
is in this city on a visit to his nephew, our
follow-citizen, Mr. Win. Lonergan, Jr. Mr.
Louergau, Sr., was a pioneer in this part of
tho State. He is now over sixty years old,
but is yet hale and hearty. Ho had charge,
about 45 years ago, of the work ot grad
ing a stretch of tho old State railroad, be
tween Cache creek and tho Deep Cut, on
tho lino where now the Illinois Central
railroad runs. He can tell some interesting
stories about Cairo and vincinity "in the
Tho joint executive committee of
Ireight agents in connection with southern
lines, at a meeting held in Now York City
on the Oth instant, decided that, on and
after the 15th instant, the freight rato on
uncompressed cotton, with the privilege to
carrier of compassing, from Cairo to New
York, with tho usual differences to other
seaboard cities, shall bo 53 cents per one
hundred pounds. On compressed cotton
reaching Cairo via river under through
bills of lmling on steamers of lines working
under agreed through rates from Memphis,
the propoltion of rates to New York is 41
Preparations aro now being made to
entomb the remains of tho late Thomas J.
McClure, ot this county, in a solid rock on
top of a high bluff near Beech Ridge.
Work on the vault has been going on for
Home time, while tho remains of deceased
aro encased in a motalic coffin near his
home. It is tho intention also to have a
marble monument erected over tho
tomb. Tho monument 'is now
being prepaired at Jonesboro. It is to bo
composed of Italian marble, will be twenty
feet high, beautiful in design, surmounted
by a great brass knob and will cost about
five thousand dollars.
The Chicago Clothing House, at the
corner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue, is now ono of tho largest atid com
plctcst establishments of its kind in tho
city. Mr. M. Werner, the proprietor, has
recently been cast and purchased an enor
mous stock of fine clothing and furnishing
goods for tho fall trado, and in order to ac
commodate these piles of goods, ho has
been compelled to extend bis store-room
twenty lout deeper. Clothing and fur
nishing goods will now bo cheaper than
ever. No one needing anything in Mr.
Werner's lino of goods cau afford to avoid
tlio Chicago Clothing House.
At a meeting of tho Hibernian firo
company last night thn following members
wero elected ns tho officers of tho company
for the ensuing year:. D. J. Foley, presi
dent; H. Stout, vice-president; C. C. Ma
son, secretary; A. Smith, treasurer; Jas.
Greany, captain; Jno. P. Hogan, foreman
engineer; Tim Gorman, assistant foreman
engineer; T. 0. Malianey, foreman hose;
Jno. Glynn, assistant foreman hose; C. C.
Mason, Jas. Greatly, Jno. P. Ilogan, board
By the last will and tcBtamcut of the
late Thomas I. McClure of this county,
Mrs. Caroline .McClure is appointed exec
utrix, withoutsecurity, and among other
provisions the following appears : Two life
insurance polices, of $10,000 each, are di
vided as follows: To Caroline S. McClure,
five-twentieths; Caroline V. McClure, four
twentieths; Claud W. McClure, five
twentieths; Virginia Findley, two-twentieths;
James J. McClure, four-twentieths,
James T. McClure is also to have $5,000
from the sale of the personal property,
and the resilience with' lands, etc., is to
be divided among the heirs above named
and the little son of Mr. T. L. Otrtcb, of
Anna, in various amounts. Tho wife and
James Thomas get the largest shares.
The land bequeathed to James T. McClure
amounts to 8S0 acres. The grand child,
T.J. M. Otrich, gets 1G0 acres of laud.
Mrs. McClure gets the homo place.
Tlio annual report of Msj. O. II. Ernst
of the engineer corps, of St. Louis, has
been forwarded to Washington. ,It gives a
review ot the year's work, and lias sections
devoted to the organization of the engineer
corps, the work at Horsetail bar during the
year, tho work at Arsenal Island, the Twin
Hollow's bank protection.west and east sides
tho Baird's Island bank protection, the
work at Jim Smith's, modification in con
traction works , detailed description of tho
methods for protecting banks ; tho equip
ments and supply depot at tho Arsenal ; tho
erection of a telephone line: the year's sur
vey ; an account of a navigable depth be
tween St. Louis and Cairo during the year
and the year ended June, 1882; the im
provement at Alton harbor and tho im
provement of tho Capo Girardeau harbor and
its results, which have been very success
ful. Tho last weekly report shows the
least depth of the river at Horsetail bar as
14 feet; at Carroll's Island shoal as 14 feet;
at Twin Hollow, where work is progressing
now, as 8 feet, aud tho depth to Cairo as 0
There is no longer any doubt, and per
haps there never was any before, that Col.
Wm. R. Morrison will bo re elected to con
gress, over his Republican opponent Kuef-
ner. The peoplo of his district have deter
mined to resent the insult to jvhich they
wero subjected by the lato gerrymander of
the Republican legislature. Party lines
seem to be abolished all over tho district
Tho voters are lead only by their preference
and by their determination to rebuke Re
publican scheming. Mr. G. C. McfJord,
Lnited S'h'.p Marshall in Col. Morrison's
district, v;.s ia the city a few days ago and
thou di a Republican of the
deepi ot ilye, be is an euthu-
Blast i j a Imirer and suonortt r of
Col. Moriih-m and ofTeiel to wager almost
any i uni of money tint thn Col. would In;
!i v.t'jd by a majority of over one thousand.
As tUis district was put together to give a
Rrpublictin majority of five hundred. Mr.
Medrd's assertion presumes a temporay
chhiige ot the politics of over fifteen hund
red citizens of his district. Mr. McCord
is a man of intelligence, and has an op
portunity to know whereof ho speaks. His
prediction may be regarded as reliable.
Mr. John G eklo left yesterday for
homo in St. Loui. He lias settled up with
the insurance company that held risks on
his lately destroyed property, receiving
ur thou-and eight huadred dollars in full
paymeut of his Iobscs which, at the value of
the the property when destroyed, will reach
i.t livist ten thousand dollars. Mr. Cockle
h it without deciding what to do with the
niiusof his once tiiiu property. He would
prefer lo sell his lois and the rem
mint of h'w building still standing, and he
has ofr.-rwl it at what ho considers a fair
price. I5.it if he can not sell soon, ho will
rebuild, and it will be a house witich will
do credit to him and tho city. Ho says
he will not put up anything less than a
three story house clear through the entire
length ot the lots, and ho is ready to join
Mr. Ntlf at any time in putting up a pair
of three story houses on tho vacant lots.
For tho good of tho city, and those who
aro waiting anxiously to occupy the houses
as soon as bilt, and not less for tho good
of tho gentlemen , themselves, it is to bo
hoped that Messrs. NclT and Goeklo will
soon arrive at some understanding with
reference to this matter and put up two
largo, substantial houses.
A petition is being circulated among
the people of tho city by several leading
gentleiiiau, asking tho proper church au
thorities of the Catholic denomination, not
to remove Mother Saphronia from the
charge of tho Loretto academy hero. Tho
petition is being circulated without the
Mother's knowledge and is beinjj very gen
eraly signed by prominent citizens irres
pective of religious beliefs. There are
some very good reasons why sister Sophro
nia should not now bo assignd to a differ
ent charge. For many years Bhe has been
unociatod -'with tho academy hero
and labored bard and continuously for
tho institution iu her charge. lathe facing,
of many obstacles she had succeeded in
giving Cairo an educational institution of
which every citizen was proud when oue
niutit tho fire fiend raed in tin. ffr.,,l
the splendid result of her many years
labor. Hut alio was not discouraged.
Sheaorusi'd herself from the severe Btroko
and under her direction and with tho as
sistenco of generous citiy.cn who always
resprudod liberally to her calls for aid,
present now academy was erected. Now
only within tho last two weeks, thanks to
geniTous citizens, tno institution promises
to prosper as did tho old oue, and mother
Sophonia is just about to bo
'i ino anxiety ns
to how to free her charge from tho
weight of a heavy debt, when she is to bo
taken away from tho institution she his
helped to rear, and towhich she Ihs natural-
ly become attached, and transferred to a
new ono to which no such ties can bind
her. But it is not on her account alone
that the change would seem undesirable,
Tho people generally would regret to seo
her depart.as is evident from tho numerous
siguatures to the petition to have her re-
tained hero. That the petition may have
the desired effect is doubtless the wish ot
TEMPERANCE MASS MEETING.
in accordance witn a call circulated in
1 ...l r li.ii .i
ine county ;y means oi nanu uius, tne
temperance people of Alexander county
met en mass convention yesterday after
noon and night for the purpose of select
ing delegates to the senatorial aud congres
sional temperance conventions to bo held
respectively at Anna, on the 20th, and Car
bondale on the.27th instants.
The meeting was to have been called to
order at 2 o'clock, but owing perhaps to a
rising rainstorm, there were not a sufficient
number present in the hall to carry out
this part of the programme. However,
delegates from the country soon begun to
arrive and by 2:30 o'clock tho meeting
was called to order by President Alden, of
the Temperance R-jforra Club.
Mr. Wm. Ireland, of Hodges Park, was
suggested tor chairman, and he was unani-
inously elected. Mr. Ireland modestly
Bought to decline tho honor, but he was uot
permitted to do so and he took the chair.
Mr. M.Easterday was nominated and
elected secretary without opposition.
On motion of Dr. J. S. Petrie, Messrs.
J. P. Coyle, Charles Hammond and J. M.
isowies, ana .Mrs. L. J. Uittennouso were
appointed by tho chair as a committee on
The question of whether or not tho meet
ing should bring out"a full ticket," that
was to say, a county, senatorial and con
gressional, ticket, was raised by
i;r. retric. as tor nimseir, no favored a
ta . j t ii-i i
full ticket. He had seen two great parties
in council hero and place in tho field
men for whom he could not vote aud bo con
sistent with himself. And the conventions
ot tnesa two parties had even in so many
words resolved to oppose the tempereuce
movement. Ho could not vote for either
tlli! Democratic or Republican candidate.
niruoi'giesii iino me siaic i-gis arure. and il
nr,,ili .?. .. .... ,
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: V, l'ui mine
IH.l't HO TTWUIlt lfc VWIU Ob (ill.
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uo-oimii. ire.ann concurred witli tlin
Dr. in theopim, n that a !u'l ticket should
be nominated. He thought it was timo to
. . . -,
d out now strong the I rohibition party
. ii nuoiiiiiu iniiuvc and organization or
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the party in this county an in these dis-
tucts, ami ho could think of
no better way than to take an active, par
tisan part in all the elections.
Mr. Easterdny thought that in the con
sideration of this important matter every
part ot the county should bo represented.
There Wero a number of Prohibitionist in
the county precincts who had signified their
intention of being present at tlio meeting,
out who mid not yet arrived. He Mig-
P'sted that tho convention adjourn until
7:110 o'clock at night, and that tho fmthur
consideration of tho question under dis-
Uvdou be postponed until then.
Mr n V A I.I -I- I. . ,
-. ........,,,., , luVor ot
adjournment, and Dr. Pttrio
tlie meeting adjourn uutil thu hour named,
which was carried.
The meeting was a wry nico one
throughout. Six or
were present and were recognized as mem
bers of the convention. Tho males, unluck-
ily numbering just thirteen, wero princi
pally from tho country precincts.
ino nignt session was called to order bv
the chairman. The exercises were opened
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with prayer by Mr. Bowles.
A committee of three was appointed to
select candidates for the county offices and
delegates to the senatorial and congression-
ai conventions, and pending tho deli bora-
tiousofthis committee, the report of tho
committee on resolutions was read and
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ou'iiuu. ino resolutions wero as ful lows'
Resolved, tllllt WO. tts P.it'nnii nf A !.
'"y recoKQizo in the mauufucture
e.ane.asin Z 1 ! ".V ,ev"
I, vj.vi, a iiiuio nild ClirSO
against mankiud, which no human imr.
ment or usage can make right, and as
., , - rf. ii.ii iw.iniit i
a lkf. .littilan.1 I... I t ... .i I
viii louuuiiy, numaiuv. ami ...,;,,;..,
we deciiirfl in ' Uluroloro
First. Submitting to a vote of tho poo-
pleot the Stato of Illinois, a constitutional
amendment prohibiting tho manufacturing
nu saie oi aicwiouo buverai'es in ti,iu
Second. Tho enac.tmnnf r nil ..iDi-...
laws restricting and prohibiting the gale of
intoxicants, gambling and Sabbath break-
Third.', That wo endorso the platform
Ptfl by thj National conyention of tho
' r,,,,ibition Homo Protection party.
"- ' reccoiumeuu mai mis
convention nominate a full county Prohibi-
J. S. PliTHIE,
J. P. Cou
J' M. I.OWI.KH,
MltS. L. J. RlTTBMlOUBE.
The committee on delegates being not
yet ready to report, tho time was consumed
in making little speeches upon various
topics, i irst among the tpeakers was
States Attorney James M. Damron who, in
lUKpouBu m n can iruin mo cnair, niiiuo n
very neat temperance Bpeech,
Rev's. Sc irrctt and P. C. Cooper, ami
Messrs. Eas'erday, Alden and Phillips
also gave their views upon the subject of
what character of men Hhotild be nomina
tod and whether or uot the delegates should
bo instructed and criticised.
the action of the two great parties of tho
State with reference to temperance
The committee on delegates and candi-
dates then repoi ted as follows:
Candidates for county offices: Sheriff,
Charles Hammond, of Sandusky; County
Clerk, Casper Yost ; Assessor and Treasurer,
Sidney Miller, of Elco; Coroner, J. M.
Bowles, of Hodge's Park; Commissioner,
Judge Ridge; Superintendent of Schools,
Mrs. P. A. Ta lor.
The' follow ing resolution was ottered con
cerning the county Judgeships:
Inasmuch as there aro two candidates
for County Judge'in the field, we deem it
inexpedient to make a nomination at this
time, and would recommend that the tem
perance people exercise their judgment in
casting their votes lor the candidate who
is most nearly in sympathy with our move
Delegates to the Senatorial and Congres
sional conventions: Messrs. Wm. Ireland,
Jas. M. Bowles, Wm. Emerson, M. Easter-
day, Sidney Miller, Chas. Hammond, Cas
per Yost, G. M. Alden, J. P. Coyle aud S.
Tho report ot the committee was adopted,
the candidates for the county offices being
votl,d for noperately. and the convention
THE LATE MRS. S. S. TAYLOR.
The readers of Tim Bli.i.kti.v, one and
all, will read with interest the following
short biography of Mrs. Taylor, taken from
our Bloominston namesake of recent date
"Thn ifn nf fl .T...L. ,l,
trustee of the (Mm f!itv Prmiertv ( Inrntmnv
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died at Springfield at tho Leland hotel on
Sunday morning under peculiarly sad cir
cumstances. She had accompanied Col
Taylor, who was in poor health, on a trip
from Cairo aud waited upon him uutil she
was stricken with gastric fever. The dis
ease was rapid it: its course and she died
i: a very few days after its first symptoms
appeared. Hon. T. W. Halliday, of Cairo,
son-in-law of Col. Taylor, returned with tho
remains to Cairo on Monday.
Mri Tut' L ir V nifiiili-n nontu wna f'l.arlitt.t i
t ,.. i ,T , . , 0. , ,
Josephine Buinbnd-e. She was the daugh-
U lllll'4ll lining II IIO VIIUK'.VV
her of Commodore Hainbridge, oue of the
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mum oniuani nuicers ot tno uuteU states
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rt"a rnjuuiy promoted lor vaiuaoie services,
in 1 800. on the reor"ini.vitiwi r,f il..
navy, he became the seventh in tho list of
captains. When tho war of 1812 camo on
it was in acquiescence to his strong
desires, aided by the representations
of Captain Stewart, also of the
navy, that President Madison decided, con
trary to the advice of his cabinet, to Bend
to sea immediately every government ves
sel. Tho cabinet feared and believed that
tho British navy would capture every one
of theift. But the naval force was commis
sioned ami Commodore Bainbridgo's advice
was brilliantly vindicated. Tho British
navy, which had been believed to bo invin
cible, recieved tho first blow it hud had in
JK'"- x.i nBaSuiui.-iii
A llinrr Unrina if vilufj Tn nn n .... ... t-
olf St. Salvador, B uiibrid-e. in command of
tli,. : llli m inut I f n t ! . 01 ti'liinli tuna .T tiiu ;
squadron, captured tho British ship Java.
The vessel was reduced to a wreck and one
hundred ami seventy-five of the crew were
killed and wounded. Tho constitution
which went into action with her royal yards
across, came out of it with nil three of them
m their places. She had nine killed and
twenty-four wounded,' Coinmodoro Bain-
bridge being aiiiotig tho latter. On his re-
tuiu lo t Cuitod States ho was everywhere
received with enthusiasm. Congress voted
hint a gold medal, silver ones to his officers
an H'ty thousand dollars as prizo money
to crtiW- Ho continued to servo his
Country, afloat and ashore, until his doath
Mrs. Taylor was tho mother of four chil-
dren, all of whom aro dead with tho excen-
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tionol one. now the w fo of Hun. T. V.
HrtlllllilV. nf (.piirn. Tin. il,,,,,,-,.,! ,
prolmbly upwards of sixty years of age.
She possessed a clear and beautiful bluo
r r, i i - ,
e'ci 8 Mro for which her futher was re-
mnrkable, and a fairness and freshness of
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viii m.aivmi uiiivii iiii.iiv ni.tiii-u in lllliv
have long since lost. She had a tine mind
,JU' wa pro-ominontly domestic, reserving
"l0 nc'8t of herself for tho sercno pleasures
and duties of hurown fireside. As a wife
,i, s.. i i.. . ,
niiu mm iiiuuniptiriu-ie, and as a inouier,
ttfrt;ctl0,'at. devoted and tirolcss. Her
uddon and unlooked for death has been a
vere blow to her family and her friends in
wantkd. to nuv -Kur a.M.
V or turocor four rooms. Mu.t
ALKX. U. IH VIM
T PRINTJXU OPTICKS-Wo have !.
lock of ihx:m. No. 1 "M" mm. ih.T J1..
Prtiiiori only, In lot. of not lu-. than two r m at
cnnMiiX VArhX i"."' ."'"
vlltA'ltuJ. A Jiarmitt.tiairo.Vi'i" t?,'
(J RAND OPENING NIGHT
CAIRO OPEIM HOUSE
rirstUuiB in thutity of tuu
John A- STEVENS
v 0 31 1 ()
0 P K R A
J'-o-entlnn an eDtirly Nw m.rl Original Oueratlc
Iiy hTEVKN'S ii OA KM N (J,
if., 1 " " ' v 1 1 U IIM W did III ft '1
tiful Hcenery. Vlre:on co.iume., ,1Uv-l " . .. u.
Mi?H Joannio Winston,
MISS MILLn: MARVIN,
Mim (.race Clark,
Mr. Artlnir U. It. !,
.Mr. .M.J. ilouovMi,
Mr. Max V irmau.
Mr. Kilwin Mi-vena,
Mr. W. A. I.cMiirlm,
Mr. Char'. llnuli -.i,
Mr. John 11 . tm . !'.
Mli-it May Clark.
Mini Anna Carman,
.Mi Leona Cuolry,
Iim .sit Lanu,
Mta none S.nir.
.Mr h luny Uirnm,
Mr. K. .1 Hi,, ,..,....
Mr. E.lasrU JI. Cutt... '
Mr. Ilau'iH Krul..;g
Kndon-Bdbytko Prs and Public a the
Great Operatic Siicccn.
V..? 1 ?m" 7-
n"01' ..StatfH Maunder
'' .-naine0 Ajj u t
I'OPULVK OI'KKA I'KICKS.
Tli In-Ill on at Dan !I.tm..r,'.
ALW ,VS AT
S A L 0 0 N.
on Eighth Street.
Aliio Choice Wlnm anil Lliuora of evi-ry di acrlu
tiiiu. Warrn l.unrh evrv uiorutnir at :3u. liri,,i
I.unch every Saturday.
TOM WINTER & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant
No. 25 Eighth Stret t,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
ill AS. B. Fair & CO.
Proprietor oriron und Machine
Corner Nlncth and Wa(ilnnton avonne,
Al" "f :'!' .
ATTENDED TO AT KKAbuNBt.K
w.M-nh.... 1.,., n nnrnMi nivn
ENUINEH AND UolLEKS, for nie clum.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
Refuigkhato ii Oaks,
ICF, l Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKH
"CJKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loadrt u Spocinltv.
n Twelfth Street and LftVOA
cAino ILLINoS '