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DAILY . CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1878
NEAV SERIES NO. 9.
GKOCKIIN AND COMMISSION MKUCHANTS.
gTRATTON & BIRD,
Wholes ale G Rogers
G7 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN l'OWDKKCOMTY
W. Kthattok. Calm. T. Hiuo. Mlnourl.
Arrival hihI Ufparturo of Trulns.
ILLINOIS CENHiAL HAILHOAD.
Express 2:l lm- 1 :! I'-m.
!all ..' 4:iita.m. I) Wp-lu-
Vroiulu.. ": m :00 a.m.
Ffnli.'1'l " ::!. in. 4 Ji.nt.
i. A III J ANI YINCENNES KAILLOAl).
Mall WUti Mil. 4 1'. a in.
M'. LOUS, I. M. ANC HOl'THEKN HAILHOAD.
E.xpr" a.m. 2:00 p.m.
CAIHO AM) ST. 1.0 I'M HAII.HOAD.
ThrnMirh Expr- r:l.'ipm. IO:iii.m.
ll'irn.'iv.boro Aei oiiiiunilatlnn i:Hi ,ui. :llip.in.
E.cpt Minday. tExrcpt Moinluy.
f KNEItA I. DKI.IVKHY open T::iO a. in.; close
vT ii.au p.m.: uinlay: s to 1 a. ni.
M mey order D pariiu.'iit open ut 9 a. in.; close
at S p. in
'I'liMii'.'h Kpn- M 1 1 1 via Illinois Central anil
Mississippi I '.ni nil If illroj'l-c lo.e at p. in.
Cairo and Poplar lllurt" Thrnii;li and Wuy M ill
Cio4h nl p. m
Way Mail via llllnol Central. Cairo ami Vlu-fiiii'-
and .ll-.ippl Central HaHro-id close at
I:.", p. in.
W ay Mail for Narrow Oan;i: Hallroad close at 8
Cairo and Evnnvlle Klvcr Itoutii doses at 6:.
p. ni. dally i except Friday).
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
jMIE nnlv road ruunini: two daily traiu from Cairo
1 maklirrilriii roiim-i lion with Ea-t'-ru line.
TKAINS LEAVE CAIIIO- I:lop. in.: Fat ex
pre... arrliln.' in M. I.oui :'si p. m. ; 'hl'n'o M :-
a ni : 1:10 ;. in.: Cincinnati and Louisville Fat
I.lii.-. arrlvln.' In Cincinnati al s:itj a. ni.; LuulaviiUi
T:H a.m.; Indianapolis 4:l.' a. tu. Pascni ri by
bit traiu arrive al u'eoe point"
12 TO 30 HOL'ltS IN ADVANCE
Of any other mule.
O.l.ip m. Fat Mall. with sleeper atta.-h'd. for
I ' .sT. Lot IS and I HICAOo. arm in .' in St.
Lo ll tit :. . in.: Chicago at i:.VI p. in . connect
liii al n.'.lii or Elllnjjliaiii for Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST.
T vlil'VllVlN tlV s" !ir"'-'!i
1 iV.Ol.ViIjli'tl', :. Kn-t wliliuiil any
ri.'lav caim-it liy Sunday Inlcrv.-iniii. The ati:r
(inv iif'.Tiiooti train I'.mi Cairo arriv." In New York
M.ii.lav nioriiliu al l'i:i'i. Tliirty--ix liour in ad
3tw of alll (it tier to. lie.
ft" Adverlleinen! of rotllpetlli line.' that they
make li-iter time t.'un till" one are lnn-d eilli. r
Cirmi Ji L-norai,. . ..r a d.-ln- to ini-i. ad the piililli .
For ihroii.'ii tl. k-i and Informatlou apply at ll!l
tii.li Cektrai Ifitilroad i'.-k.i. i aim.
TKAlNs AKUIVE Al' l .VIKU:
Kxpre." I, m-
.! A. .iilsii. lien I r..i:inetu .i i.
.1 ll.,IliNl. Ti.k-t A.'-nt
(JAIUO ifc ST. LOULS It. It.
Kliortest Line U) St. Louis!
fl'HE tniim bv thi road conneet at St. I.o'il and
1 Kat St. I.oiii" iih all oilier tint.- tu the EAST,
MiUTU AND SOUTH.
Through cxpn-a h-avea Cairo a m.
Thronii evprei-. arrive at Ea-t St. I.onl l:4.p.ui.
Murphvfhoro aiTomniodullon leave Cairo p.m.
Murphhoro are. arrive at Muri.liyilioro s:.V p.m.
Through expre leave" Eat St. Ltniln. ... HMAu.m.
ThroiiL'h expn- arrive, nt Cairo 5:1'. p.m.
Murphvlioro arc. leaven Murphy !ru. ... A:-'" a.m.
Murphyi.boro arc. arrive at Cairo U:X nt.
TL,ArL,ATII.'P'niE ('nlr, st 'ml1
Jvrj.Mrj.Moljlt (urad 1- th" only ALL
ItAILKOlTE between Cairo and St. Loiti under
one manaircment: therefore, there are uo delava at
n:i tiitioii aw altlutr ronnei tlon from other linen.
tr- l'a..ieri uiiliiu North. Northeant and W et
fhoiild not buy their tlrketn until they liavo exam
lued our rale. nnd route.
L. M. JOHNSON, (ieneral Mauinjer.
U. T. AYlUTLOCK. Faen..-r AL'ent.
J No. K. WINSTON, Krelirht Ajent.
(JAIRO it VIN'CENNES It. R.
7CTHK filloItTEST HOVTE TO
4 " Al IT TIIE SHOHTEST TO LOC1S.
4- AllliFiS YII.I.K. CINCINNATI, UAL
TIMOUE AND WASHINGTON.
'Jl Af TT VG THE SHOKTEST TO INniAN
$1 JlllihS AI'OLIS.I'HILADELI'HIA.NEW
YOIIK AND UOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Ovur trulua of all other route making tho jamc
tlT raaponm-M bv oilier route" to make connection-
niu-t riiio ull'iilulit. waltlntf from one to lx
houra nt. amall country matloiK for trains or con
vlll, InilliinapollH, Cincinnati and Loulvlllu vamo
ilav. Trulna leavu and urrlvo at Cairo a followa:
Miill leaven 4Ma.m.
Wall arrive lllilHtp.m.
TliniUBh tiikuta and check to all important
F. A. MILL EM ROSWKLL MILLER.
Ueu'l I'ii. Auent. tieneral Sup't.
L. II. t'lU'KCII. Paxenner Agent.
gT. L., I. M. & SOUTHERN.
Kxpre leave Cairo dully 8:00 p.m.
JtapruM arrlve at tulro 'iatly,.... 5:00 a. ui
If roil urn v man of tn0ir, weakened by thu
train of your dullen, avoid liaulaiita and taku
If you am a man of letter, tolliiiK over ynnr mid
night work, to roloru brain and nervu waUi, taku
If you uru youriif, ami uirerln from any lndl.
cretlon or dllpatiou, taku
If yon are married or Iiii;Iii, old or youni;. miifir
lulrom poor health or lanu'iiloliln on
a bed of ulrkuo. take
H OP lHrrTKHS.
WliiM'vur you aru, wherever you are, whenever you
fuel that your ayali-in ueed cleanliii, Inning
firtlmuliilliii(, without Intoxliailnt'. taku
Have you rtvupep.la, kidney or nrluarv i-iiinplaliil,
dl"eiiu of the toiiiiu h, bod. IiUkhI. liver, or
lierviM? You w III he cured If you taku
If yon are lmply alllni1, are weak and low plr
lied, trvli! liuy It. Inlt upou It.
Your druimlt k.-.-p it.
It may av your life. Il ha avid hundred..
DYEING AND KENOVATINC.
OL'K OLD CLOTHES
CAM DC BKACTin U.V
DVKI) OU J IK PA I RED
At a TrlHini: Etiiftm C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
t iT I.adie and Oat' old hat made aw.
THE DAILY BULLCT1N.
TTI-TTTT iEM'H YEAR.
The Cairo lilllletili .'tit.-r. 11 f ..... ll.
Jill Jill leutii year wnn a nunpiciu new
ii 11 outlil and a deti-rinlnatlun lo make
.......... It In all ri-.peei worthy the mpport
1111 llllll nf it palrou.
11 II I
E l'ublished Every Jloruiii?,
EEEEEEE Mondays kxceitkd.
IITf .... . . 1
It will embrace In It ro'iimn daily
A A A
if mrli character a we tiu-t idiiill
.prove Hie eiitial of the cheapest ami
i'lft ol our conic tnporarir.
jnow . -1111111; I- one of '.-rent Itnjiort-liini-e
c.ni"ii. red lu tiuih i: Nutmuiil
'and State H-p.-ct-: a lull Cnii'n--liiiiiiil
ilele'.'niioii will be chosen; a
l..-.-llature i to I.e elected which
Mill determine the nucce. ,r tu Hun.
IK. J. Oirle.hy III the t lilted Sllltei
Mlllltl'. lieli'evlllL' tin' licef of I he.
ill.-niiM-rntlc puiy to be eeutiill to
llhe ninintiiin.'ince of ;'.Hd overii
lermueiit. the Kiillelln will aluuy be
Ifound ail v. Mating iiica-un-.' and
jliiborliiir lor the ucce of it repri-!entntiw-.
To promote thet-e ilelra
Ible end every Deinocriit huild ex:
lert hlmelf 'in llt'iiiliitlnK the
truth of hi party, anil in no way
lean thl he more iHectually done
llhanby thu circulation of hi home
u..u (The Daily Bulletin
I" Mt.l-Vert tn Ml.. tli.an.ll.A.a 1...
Jrler at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per
iweek. payable weekly.
I lly mall (In ndva'nci'l: onu vear.
810: lx moiitliH, j:; three inoiith.
ii.M; onu uiouth, $1. lulau frue.
I , Ailvertlsln-f lutes:
Klrt Inwrllon, per iiiarv tl.dil
Suheiuent lnertloi 50
For one week, per nuarc 8 1
For two week, per u,uare 4. .VI
jForthrru wei'k. per o,uaro.... ll.iai
iror one iiioinii, per aquaru.
cam auiiiiiouai qunre....
T T T
El cht line of tionpnrull (nolld)
coimtllilte a iiinre.
l)lplayed advertieinent will bo
charged iieconlliitf lo the pace, ut
above rate -there heltm twelvu Hue
of ixillil type to the Inch.
To regular ailvirtlra wo offer
perlor liidiicement, both n lo rate
of rharite and manner of dlilayltiij
Notice In local column lnerted
for twenty cent tier line llrl Inner-
lion; ten cent per lino for each nib-
Special tiollee lnerled for tell
cent per line for llml liurlloii; llv
cent for each ubeiiieut inertlon.
Nollce of death and marriage
twelilv cetil per liliu.
aii leiier iiiiii unci communication.
Iiuuld he ailtlrom-d to
Tho Cairo Dulletin
OA 1 1(0, ILLINOIS.
JN'O. II. 0UEKLY, Ucn'l Miinnin-r
ST N N
WATCH EH. JEWELBY, ETC.
Edward A. Buder
(Succewor to E. & W, Buder),
And Dealer lu
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
N). 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commercial and I "'.,! ... . Til
Wahinton ave., )' l.illl U, III.
FIXE "WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
Ifr'EnKravliiuatid all kind of repairing li atly
tiT All kind of Solid Jewelry made to order.
WHOLESALE WIM.S AND I.IyLOHS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wine.- of all Kmdr,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSI1S. SMYTH A CO. have ron'ttutly a larse
t.K k oT the bep h'hmI lu the market and iflve
rapeclal attention to the wholeaalu braucii of the
PAINTS. OILS, WALL PAI'EB. irTC.
, F. BLAKE,
Wimlow Glass, W iiulow Shades, Ete.
Always on hand the cclebrut.d ilixwnatinu
A urora Oil.
BrW rmilillns. Colli'
iiii-tviul Ave.. )
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
AVells S: Kektji",
I'nvil r.lii.lill.ili ' iOfMontr.nl. Can.
itOlitl I ilIIiKlliUl .( npii;,! .,.,..,(, ;d.
Brit Mi America Aio.
I'imoii ' (f I'lillad.-lphla; i-tabll-ln-d in HU.)
t H 1"H j Anrt. JKI.liW.no.
Kil'Cllfni'w'- iOf Dayton. (..
r i 1 1 ma ii i,A..et jiio.ui !.
(w't'lll-lll lUf fr',l'rt. 111. I
l.M'lIUitll , A-t .$I.VC7.$J.
UISKS WKITTEN AT FA I K HATES,
( tHc-o lu AU-XHiider Cmtnty Jtimk.
i ZZ T -'-'
HOOT AND -HOE MAKEIIS.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commercliil Avmn'. bet,
Sixth aud Suvcnlh t. I
HAKES plinuro In ntinounciiitftn hi pnlrou nnd
1 the public cciicrally Ibat he ha recently received
thu llnenl and mot aelecl tiM'k of l.eulher of every
denerlpllon ever lironuhl to thl clly. All work In
hi itntt executed promptly and In lliu bent milliner.
Entire. allhfiiction ulvcti In every Instance. I'rleit
renoiiablii, A oorillal Invitation extended to all to
call and examine uood and learn price.
JL00MINGT0N LAW SCHOOL.
Juiltfo II. M. Ileiijnmln. Dean; Elementary and
Count Itntlotial Law. .Indue o. T. Keevu. Tori
and Eipilty. O. W. Aldrlch. I'll. D, LL. I).. Con
tract and Kenl I'roperlv. Hon. Liiwrenru Wiildou,
I'leinlluit, A. l. Karr, I.L. II., Evldeiicu nnd Crimi
nal Law. Diploma on two year ntlcnilnnce, mlmlt
to the Mar of llllnol. I'rlni' for bent examination
on whole coume, Flmtpil,c, fio.l: Knd prize, M):
Tliree term year. Tuition n ur Iitiii, Fall
term bculti Tliurmlay, Sepletuher 14, 1KTH. For
lunlier lulu rmntloli apply-to A. O. KAHII, llloom
UNIVKHSITV OK VIIKUNIA.-HiMMioii bu
nl n on the Flmt of October, and continue nluii
mnntlin. Thu Innlllnlloii I ortfinilri'd on Ilic elec
tive yntem, ulvlnu thu nludent free choice of Hud
len, with full coume In thu School or the Acade
mic Department anil In thu School of Law,
Mvillclnn, KnttihccrlhK unit Aurlrultum, For cat
illoijui' npplv to lliu Snrceliiry of lliu Facnlly, 1'. O
I'nlvernlly of VlrKlnlii.
JAMES F, IIAHIIISON. M.n
Cliulriniiuof the Faciilt.
Sneezing Catarrh, Chronic Ca
tarrh, Ulcerative Catarrh,
.'permanently cureil by
Sui.ford' Radical Cure for Cartarrh In a afe, cer
tain, and permanent cure for catarrh of every form,
and I ill" mott perfect remedy ever duvined. It I
purely a vi'.i-tuhlu dltl!)ut!u. and in applied local
ly by Inniitlliiiioii, and contilulloiially by internal
administration. Locally applied, relief In liitauta
lieou. It MiotlxM, hral. and rUaunea tbu nasal
paiiL'e ol every feeling of lieavlue. obmicllon,
ilullne.. orili..iiii . Coiintitiilioiiallyadiuliilnler
ed It renovate the blood, piirltie il of the mid
poinonwith which It in alway charged in catarrh,
nlimulati' the ntoninch, liver and kidney, perfect
illt'entioii. make new blood, and permit the forui
ii t i i ll ol nound. henllhv tlnnue, and lllially obtain
complete control over the dieue. The remarkable
curative power, "lien all oiln-r reuiedieH utterly
tail, of hanilford' Itailical Cure, arc attented by
tlioiinauiln w ho iiratel'ully recommend It to fello.v
nuilerern. No ntatcnient I made Tenanting it that
cannot be nubluu'iateil by the mot renpectublu
and n ilable p-fereuc.-. It In a tfreat and iood med
icine, und vnrthy all coiilldciicc, Each puekni;.
contain a Li-aline on catarrh and Dr. Sanford Im
proved Inhiillln Tube, and full direction for it
use lu all canes. I'rkuJJl.
An Enthusiastic' Friend of Sanf'ord's
M IUtdin. (Iisant A Ilnowx'n Fiue and )
Mahim Ini'kani-e Aokm v. J
9St I'lue Slreet. St. Loul, Mo., Feb. 7, tsTT )
A. A. Mti.i.lKH. Wanhlnijlou Av., City. Dear Mel
lier: I have for oine yearn been troubled with ca
tarrh, and for the pa-t' two yi-nr have nunVred er
loiiniy with It. Noticing v'our uilvertieinent of
Sautord Ili-nn-ily i Itiidii a I urei, I decided to trv
it. I have lined only two bottle, and un a n-illt 1
It-el ouiuch relieved that I perniune on our pernon
al relation and w rite till to you and ak tinit you
take nome meaure lo ifel ll inure prominently be
fore the public that other uiav have Mich relief a
I have, i have rei oinuieiied it toiUiti"a iiuiuber of
my friend, ullof whom have expressed to me their
lil.'h jBtlmule of it value ami jfood ert'i-ct with
I really think It particularly adapted tn wan! of
Si. Loul people, and they all onht to know of it,
and those wlm need it should try il. I will risk the
assertion that liol In., vial iua sample) lobe
aiveu away will sell a many bottle.
Trv some plan Let the' people have It : tlicv
Deed It. 1 believe I could sell .'Silo bottles myself
of course volt could lariHv lni'reae till uiiuiber
Why uot try It ! Yours trulr, VM. DoWEN .
Sold by all wholesale and r-tall ilrtieirM and
dealer in medicine throughout the tnited Slaie
nnd Canada. WEEKS it I'oTTEU. (Jeiiernl
A.'eiiisaud w hole. ale ilniL".'ist. l(.ilon. Ma.
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
MESsIiS. WEEKS A I'fiTTEI!: i.entlenien
One year nun a a seized with a severe nllai k of
Uii'-ulliall-lii In my ri.-ht hli. to whh h I was sub
ject. I tried thi' various liniment und rheiitnutic
cure, b il without least benefit, when my oti, a
(IriiL'u'lst, siiL'L'ested one ol your Collins' Voltaic
I'la-n-r. Tlie cnVct was iilinont magical, for. to niv
L'rateiul surpSe. I wa alnio-t Imuieillately well
m I n . ami wa able to work upon my farm a usual,
whereii. before the application of ' the ilaler, 1
could 1 1. 1 li i ti i ll and every tep irave Hie pain. A
few week since, mie v.-ar from the first attack, the
disease return.'. I. but ft am huppy to say the necoiul
proved a ctlli rcioii" as the ilr.t.'aud I am now well.
Nlywife wihc tile to add that one I'luster ba
cured her of a very lame back. We think then' Is
not hiii'.' lu the world of remedies that can coin pare
with tin- Collin.' Voltaic l'la-ter lor rlieninntisin
and lauieback. and cheerfully recommend thelii to
the nuil'eriiiif. Yours v.-rv rcsiiectfulh-.
Om.A.Mi, Me.. Jiiueli, !;, liOI'.Ell l' COMTON".
NOT A yl'ACK NOSTRUJI.
liKNTi.KMKN I hereby certify that for several
years (.usl 1 have used tlie Voltiiic Flusters In my
practice, and have never known them to tail ill
atlordinii speedy relief in those case for w hi.ii they
are recoiniiieiided. They are not a iiuaek iiosiruiii,
bin ii remedial aifcut of ereat value. Verv truly
voiirs. W. C. COLLINS, Si . 1).
lit iKsiniiT. Me., May '.T, is; 1.
l'KICE a:. CENTS.
He careful to obtain Collins' Voltaic Plaster a
combination uf electric and voltaic plate with a
hlL'hlv medicated plaster, a seen lu the uboveeiit.
Sold liy all w hole'nle and retail OriK'u'l"! tliroiieji
mil tlie I lilted States and Canada, audby WEEKS
.V. 1'oTTE It. proprietors. Iloslon, Mass,
View of rarriao!
llTAAf 4 "V A Oul.le to Wedlock und
) J JL1.J?S cenlldentlnl treatise on the
duties of niarrlane and thu
AND caunen that unlit lor it; the
M IM?I AnV"'1'"'! "f Keiuodiictlon and
JliV llltllV lih,. Dlseune of Women. A
book for private, couslderutu readlni;, ) pujjen,
I'rlce 50 cent.
A PHI V ATE MEDICAL ADVISER!
On all disorder of a private naturu arlslnc froin
sell'alillse. excennen. or necret dlneane. will) the bent
meuii of cure, '.'4 liirue nau'e, .irlcu 50 cents .
A clinical lert lire on the above disease and those
of Hie throat, lun i:, catarrh, rupture, the opium
habit, etc,, price 10 cent,
Either hook ent post-paid on receipt of price: oi
all three, containing 5U0 patfen, buuuilftillv Illustra
ted, for 7a cents.
Addres DH. Itt'TTS, No. 13 N. 8th t St. Loul
NERVOUS DEBILITY, ft
men, los ol vitality, prcinaliire weakness, cuurvu
tlou of mind and body, disorder of thu bruin mid
iiervou ytetn. und mlserle r'ulllni Ihi'mfrom,
ieedlly cured by HATES' HI'liClFIC. Prepared
by an eminent ntiyslclan:?:! a cimii. It for $.': old by
ilritnulst. For circular with full particular, ad
dres DH. HATES, 'itt Statu slreet, tlilcjmo, III.
bosiltul, IS" Eut Wahlnitiin aired, Clilcno, lor
thu cure of all private, chronic und special lilnenne.
SKMINAI. WKAKSK. NKIIVOI'H liKIIII.ITY llllll l.llsT
maniiooi), pertunneiitly cured. Dr. O.l a k'tailiiatu
of I he Ueloini School, and use no Dion urv ; ha the
liirucsl priiellee lu the I'nlled Slate. I.aiiik re
qiilrliiir tieiitini'iil, with home and board, cull, or
write. Kverv ciiuvi'lilelire for piillent, Send tlllv
cents for M AKKIAliK OI'IOE! 0T.Y pilules lllunlrnt
ed, Married laillen and t'entlenien nend fillv cent
for "ample of rubber Koodn und circular of I in port
mil Itiloriniitiou by e.iren. Consultation fr.ie und
cotillduiitial . Helli'blu Kcniulu Pill $5 a box,
iM Oi UvS VLAltY. Pertiiuiienl iilcmcu wniit
MZtllH111"''11 Slaiiletiooilnloileuler. No
peddllnuf. K.xpene paid. Addres
S. A. CHANT Jt CO., S, 4, ll & H Homo 81., I'lu
clnuall, Ohio. '
i,,)OOLD I'l.ATKI) WATCIIKn. Cliimpomt In
.:vha world, Sample Wulch Free In Aifenis. Ad
V 'dr-.', A. COCI.TKH a I'd,, Chlcao, 111.
ill III 111 Tim Orlulnul unit only absoliilo
v' cum. Send tamp for book on
Opium KatliiR, to W. B, Squire, W'orthlnloiru,
MAKKETS 1BV TELEGKAni
LrvEuTOOL, AfliftiHt .20. 2:15 r.M. Wheat
California club, 10s 5il10. Oil. Cum
new, 236 Cil2:is Od; old, 27 3d27 Od.
CHltAdO OH AIM AND PKODCCE.
Ciiit'Aiio, August 211, 10:00 a. m.
Corn August, UT, aski'd; Si'iitcmlicr,
a7 bid; Oetolier. :W?J. Wheat Scptcm.
Ier, 00?; Oi. tober, 8. Receipts of h,,
not R'lidy yet.
CmCAflQt AjWtst 20, 10:20 a. m. Esti
mated ntcidptof liojr-i, 8,000.
Chicaoo. August 20, ll a. m. Pork
September, $9 "iiftO S7Jj ; October, p 70
bid. Wheat September, M4 bid; Octo
ber, Corn September, :j7a'.
Chicaoo, August 20, 12 M. Wheat
September, H'JJi bid; October, H'.) bid.
Corn Seiitember, 37 bid; August, !JSi
bid. Pork -September $!) 47)0 .")0;Oc
New YtntK, Auu.-t 20, 1 :20 r.M. Wheat
quiet Winter, easy; No. i, Cliicngo,
fl 151 10; No. 2, Milwaukee, 1 10
1 17; Red Winter, $1 0'"1 11; Amber,
$1 OiSl 11. Corn quiet and steady
steamer 47,' iri-lJ; No. 3 4o;a'; No. 2,
4S;'.i(&40. Gold, ioo;2'.
I5AD WEATHER AT MEMPHIS AND
ITS FATAL CONSEQUENCES.
YESTEUDAY S DEATH HATE THE I.AHC.EST OK
Til K SEASON TWENTY-SIX DEATHS AND
SIXTY-ONE NEW CASES TlllHTY'-THUKK
DKATHS HEl'OHTED AT NEW OHI.EANS-
SIXTY-EKIHT NEW CASKS AND SIXTEEN
DEATHS AT VICKSULHO.
I Special to the Iii'publican
Memphis, Tknn., Aug. 25. This morn
ing dawned witli most unfavorable circum
stances fur yellow fever patients cloudy,
damp and showering up to noon, with
threatening weather till night and the re
sult is shown in the increased number of
deaths reported. There is some consola
tion, however, in the considerable falling
off in the number of new eases. The re
port from tho board of health for the past
twenty. fuiir hitirs shows sixty-seven new
cases and twenty-six deaths from yellow
fever. The dead are as follows :
Fannie Sehulsch, aged 13.
Ed Price. 18.
Alice Slitiit, 13. ,
Mary E. Nevis, 2.-).
Henry Harrig, 15.
Hannah Schutseh, no age given.
R. Frocessie, 50.
Sam Pollock, 4S.
Dan H. Haesiir. no age itiven.
John D.Elliott. 40.
John R. Kleiner. 4S.
P. M. Kannesty. 2:.
M. MeKeerner, 50,
S. E. lierry, 30,
.John Conlin, 45.
Dan Outran, 30.
Magiiie Williams. 40.
Walter C.Willis, 10.
Thomas Winters, 0.
Elizabeth Ryan, 22.
Carolince C. Jones, 70.
Mrs. John Donavan, 40.
Sarah E. Williams, 311.
, Rob't Gray, colored, 23.
Caroline Sledge, 23.
A. E. Richardson, 3H.
The prominent names in thy above list
are: ('apt. John D. Elliott, an old Arkan
sas and White river sleiimboatinan. and
Mrs, Jolin Donovan, whoso entire family
were reported in the cases yesterday. Since
to-day's report was made out one of the
children lias died.
The increase in the list of deaths is to be
expected from the increase in new cases of
the past tliree or four days. The increase in
eases convalescing is ia the same propor
tion. Gen. W. J. Smith, who returned from
Grenada sick, is reported in a dangerous
condition. Dr, I). T. Porter's name also ap
pears iu the new cases reported to.day.
Associated Pre report.
Mkmimiis, Teiin., Aug. 25, The yellow
fever record to-day shows a decrease in the
number of new cases as compared with yes
terday, there being si.xty-one reported up to
0 r, m. The death listhowever, the largest
o ' any dny since the fever made its appear
ance, "the1 undertakers reporting twenty-six
interments for the same time. There is a
scarcity of nurses ami the Howard and
other relief organizations lmve telegraphed
to Mobile, Ala., and other points for them.
Members of the different associations are
doing noble work, in striking contrast
to the action of a few people who
have deserted friends and relation in
their distress. Instances are known of pa
rents deserting their children and children
parents. The wife and three children of a
prominent citizen were taken with fever
during his absence fnnn the city. He was
telegraphed for by the Howards and replied:
"Take care of my family." His wife is
dead, iintl to-day his children were con
veyed to the city 'hospital where one since
died. Gen. W.'.J. Smith is reported very
low. dipt. John D. Elliott died at an
early hour this morning. Alex. Waddell,
in charge of the Alabama street branch
dispensary of the Howards situated
in the heart of the infected district,
whh taken sick this morning, being
the third member of thu association in
charge of the diNpcnsnry taken ill. Sister
Frances of the Episcopal sisterhood and
two childreu in tho Church Home are
among tlie new casea reported to-day. Strong
efforts are being made to keep tlio fever out
of tho homo wJiere the orplfUng- aro'placeii
This is one of the most crllcient charities iu
the city. W. Taylor, chairman of the re
lief committed of the Typographical union,
calls on sister organizations for aid. John
G. Lonsdale, Jr., treasurer of t)o citizens'
relief committee, is daily in receipt of Hub-
stnntinl aid, nnd the poor of the city arc b
mg careii lor.
New Ohi.eans, Aug. 25. New cas:s of
yellow fever, 103; deaths, 33.
Key. Father Doyle. C. M St. Josenh'a
church, died to-day of fever.
Dr. htone returned to tho city this after
noon from Port Ends. Ho reports to tho
Howard association that all tho patients
there except one or two are convalescent.
One nurse remained and the other returned
w ith Dr. Stone.
The fever has appeared at Bayou des At-
ino. In rosiMiusii to tin appeal, there being
uo physician there, tho Upward association
sent Dr. O.J. Wolf to that point yesterday.
tiHK.NADA, Miss., Aug. 25.
If possible send up more nurses. If not
nurses some one to oelp the sick the liest
they can. Provisions ami nourishment for
the sick are short. Dr. Hall, Dr. Gay and
the postmaster me down with the fever.
No mail trom any nomt. The negroes arc
all getting the fever. Deaths last night
numbered six white and four colored. The
patients are dying from want of proper
nourishment and domestic attention. I am
well. Du. Vkazey.
Note. The above shows that the report
of Dr. Vea.ey 's illness is not true.
PiiiLADKCiiiA. Pa., Aug. 23. Two cases
of yellow fever weru discovered last night.
A young man called at the Pennsylvania
hospital and inquired of the attending phy
sician if two patients could bo treated there.
The doctor inquired the nature of the cases,
and the applicant said he only knew there
were two men stopping at 804 South street
who had arrived Friday from Yicksburg
and showed signs of fever. The doctor no
titled the authorities and health officers
were immediately detailed to take tho sick
men to thu municipal hospital. The house
was then thoroughly disinfected, trunks of
the fever-stricken nnd alt clothing in tho
house taken away, and the neighliorhood
cleansed. Thu health hoard say the cases
have beeu discovered in goisl time, and
there is no reason for alarm.
VicKsiiiito, Aug. 23. Sixty-eight new
cases and sixteen deaths for the past 24
hours. Dr. Rooth is something better this
evening. Among the deaths is Rob't
Eggleston, son of E. T. Eggleston.
Thu fever continues increasing. Over
fifty new cases in the past twenty-four hours
are reported, and twenty -two deaths among
them. Goo, Ft Drown, son of Judge Geo.
F. Drown and G. P. Allen, city edi
tor of the Yicksburg Herald, are
down with fever; also tho latter's
wife nndson. His daughter died to-day.
Trains on the Yicksburg and Meridian rail
road have ceased running, owing k quaran
tines atongflte lino ami tiireats mmte to
fire into the trains and wreck them. Yicks
burg is cut oil' from all communication ex
cept by the Mississippi river. Two chil
dren of J. Reiiihanlt, who left here a week
ago, died yesterday at Tuscaloosa, Ala., of
vellow fever. Physicians and nurses from
New Orleans reached here to-night.
Indianapolis, August 25. The commit
tee appointed to solicit aid for yellow fever
sufferers collected if I, H00 yesterday. The
committee will continue their work to-morrow
FROM EAR TO EAR.
A V.iYAOKH Fot'M) DKAI) IN I1KI) WITH HIS
THIIOAT I'L'T DAUINO ATTEMPT AT 1)111
l.l.AHY. New Yohk. Acoust 25. This morning,
alKiut 7 o'clock, when the Doston steamer
City of Lawrence arrived at her pier, No.
40, North River, a man who got on the loat
at Alysiis Point, Conn., last night and when
lie bought his ticket gave his name as Har
rows, wa.-Jfniiiid by one of the waiters dead
in his berth with his throat cut. The deceas
ed, who had undoubtedly committed sui
cide, was alHiut 45 years of aye, tlve feet
seven inches in height, has brown hair anil
smooth face, and was dressed in a Mack
coat, linen duster, white linen shirt, dark
pants and scarlet-mixed vest. In his pos
session was found $27 in money, a silver
watch, a plain gold ring, a package of pru
sic acid and a pocket knife, with which he
committed the deed. The Coroner has
taken charge of the case, and will proba
bly hold an inquest to-morrow.
Mr, Andrew Engel. a farmer who owns)
a house at Fairview, N. J., aoout ten inilea
from Jersey City, called at the polico head
quarters in this city this afternoon, und re
piirted to Inspector McDcrmitt, that ulxiut
2 o'clock this morning four masked men
forced an entrance to his house and com
menced to ransack his premises. They cu
tered Engel's bed-room, ami after knocking
hint down with the butt-end of a pistol,
liiind-culfed him and threatened to kill him
if he raised an alarm. They then tied tho
hands of Mr. Engel's daughter, a young
girl 12 years of age, and fastened her to ti
bedstead. After that they seized Mrs. En
gel, and while holding the muzzle of a re
volver to her head, compelled her to leoil
them through the house. Engel's son a
young man about 23 years age, had been
disturbed by the noise raised by tho riitfi
ans, and when they reached Ins room, ho
seized a revolver and began Hring upon
them. The desparadoes, becoming ularm
ed, tied trom the house, taking with them
about $100 in money and jewelry. It is
supposed from marks ol blood tmiiid on
the stairs and in the yard that one or more
of the burglar were shot. A general alarm
was sent out in this city aud Jersey to look
for the desparadoes.
Choice Racou, Hums, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Halt Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Uucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and for Halo at
lowest market price. W. P. Wmoiir,
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Lcyoo.
Qi'Kitv. Why will men wnoko common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'
"Seal of North Carolina" ut the same prieel
.-' if i.