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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1078.
NEW SERIES NO. 100
GRWKIM AND COMMIHHION MKIU'HANTS.
RTttATTON & BIRD,
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN I"OWDEttCOMlY
W. Ktiiatton. Cairo. T. Hum. Missouri.
Arrival anil liepnrturc of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Freight'. .. .
i. A I HO
. 2 i.m.
. :(") n.lil.
Ji. V p in,
AM) VINlKNNES RAILROAD
M-ill Peu.o.m. 4:4.'.a.m.
I8T. UjUM A-KWLTHa UAILKOAU.
v- Arrive. Depart.
Epr' fi:ima.in. (:uiii.m.
CAIRO AND ST. LOLIS HAII.UOAI).
Through Eipre.s .1:1. p. m. 10:ii.m.
J.irpi,i!Kir.i Accommodation. l;i:.'si p. m. (Map. in.
Li-Mpt Sunday. -Except Mouday.
( ENEHAL DELIVERY open 7;l a. in.; closes
"I i,:4i m.; Sunday: a lull i. m.
.Money order D partineiit open at St. m.; cl'H
at r p. in.
Through Express MiiiU via llllno!" Central and
il-;ipl Central Railroads close at l.':'i p. m.
t tint null Poplar lilutT Through and Way Mull
closes ut IS") P. m
Way Mull .( liiinols Central. Cairo tnl Vln-renin-
unit MIss.MippI Central Itullruailn close ut
U.l i p. in
Way Mull for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at S I
Cairn Mid Evaiuvllls River Route dom
p. in. dally tetti pt Friday).
.LINOIS CENTRAL K. Hf--
i i ii l Tiiii
rmkr'iJ" lur1l,'s'i'T t-'iki-n a hoM licr:-. It is the I-
Sliortest and yulrkest Route to
St. Louis and Chicane,
II F. ot.ly road rntinli.s two dally tralm from Calrj,.
maKiinrillnL't rnniiei mm nun r.a-ieru nu.-.
ti!in . tVH'A ii- :mii. in : rfi
nr'. uriiviu in pi. i.iui- ... . ,
a in I in p in : Clnrlnnati and I.oul-vili.- r4re
I.lne.'ilrrtviiiiiii I'lneliiiiatl at H:ifia. in.; Loul-vllli
r V, . , ln,lini.l!. 4:IJ a. m. Fa-Mtiit-r-hfi:
. . . , I'll lfw.ii K
hi" trnlu arrive at a'ioe poluta
' - i
12 TO IIOUIW IN ADVANCE
Of Bin- other rinle.
fk.lnP m. Ka-t Mall. Ith w attached, f..)
.).t-1 ' T. LOI'Im and I HI" A). arriviuk-In M
UmU a' :' p I" ! fhl'-ai;.) at !' ' "!'""
lnatt..lin or ErBui-hai.i fur CltHlnuati. Lom.vhl.
ui.d lij'li i:iap'll.
FAST TIME EAST. y
W( ' KI's ,,-V c throiiL-tirit
i. v..r.viriuo .;. k..i hi,i.ui an1
it. lav -a-.".1 ! Sundav Imervfiiinu The f aim'
l,ii,'.ii.'t.i.iriiin.' at 1" iV Thiitv -ix h.mrt lu a. tur
Xan r nu v oiti. r r .me.
, Am.-rii-eiie-ia uf niinpetlnt' lln- that tin
K..r Mir..ii -Ii lli'Kei. aim iiii.iriiinuiiua,.,.!. a ....
E('.- Central li.-iilniuil
TltA I N ! AliKIV K AT t AIUO:
.i s. .HiHNMiN. (.. il l Si.iitlieru An . reN,in u wi re a iu.nm
l.iSKvTi. ket A.-ent. (.imi!y
KAILUOAPS. '"''Is. vaiious (,'raih s
" "Mils, various rnnUs
'AIUO JC ST. LULIh K. IJl.hls. faney
rfMIE tr ilnahv thin road coiiiiert at St. Loni- au
1 Ka-I M. I.miii' wlih all other line to the t AS f
MOKTU AND MJl'Tll.
iri......v. i.i.r..Hi It.nvea Cairo. .
I i ....... . u. I ....I. U f... .
Tliroiik'U I'xpreim arrive" Ji r.u i .'- i-
Mi.nliVFlMii wrommtMW't.tin imwn mro t i-,.
I . 1 . , VI ii 1 1 1 v a t inn I h ' Vi tl . ir
n'i.r..ii.lh ..i.r.. leaven Eni Si. l.oul"
I. l.oul- ... V4sa.n,n
x. " ,. ,
tt-i i. ..M.r... err ve 'I I .iln n.i.i.n
i.....'i.v-i...r.. n.r l..ut.. Miirnln-lmro ... StMU.ii
jliirphyf Iwro aec. arrive at Cairo
1HMITArt TIIK Cairo and St. l.oul"
ih.MrMlll! liatlroad t. the only ALL
It VIL Ilot TE hetween Cairo and St. Loiiin uuili r
one nianai-ini'iit: therefore there nre no deUv" at
,iv -intloii. awaltliiiK-onnectloii" .rot" other liiie
t I'iiiil-t" iroliitf North. Norllieii"t and Went
a h.itild nut buy their tieketa until they havo exam
lued our rat"" tind route".
I. M JOHNSON. Gucml Mannuer.
(J AIUO & VINCKNNES l It.
't AfTl TIIK S1IOIITKST liOl'TE TO
uL jllljrjo j-winiHvin..
I- VTT VSJ THE SIIOHTEST To LOf lH
' 3l I Lr.r VII.I.K. CINCINNATI, 11AL
T1MOKK AND WASHINGTON.
Ol -UTI Vd THE SIIOHTEST TO INDIAN
six nouns saved
Over trulua of -ill other mute- making tho amo
twIWiMti-fra bv other route to maku connec
tions must na.i all'nlht. wultlnit from one to six
Kra Hi -i.mil ountry statli.ua for trains of coU.
i v m v r n v T?T11E F AC T Bl"1 ,.ll,ko nl!r 4 M
Jch.M Jv.Ml'I-lv a, I,,, train. reaehliiK tvnns
vlllii. Inilliiniinoll. Clncliiniitl and Loiil-vlllu sumo
lav. Triilns leave and arrive at Cairo as hillows:
Mall leaves mlSl'S"
Mull arrives tot.iilp.m.
Throu-h ilVkeis' and checks to all Important
F. A MILLER HOSWELL MILLEIL
Gen l I'ns. A lent. General Ui) t.
L. II. I'HL Iti ll. Passenger Aitelit. .
ST. L., I. M.ife SOUTHERN.
Kxprcsa lenvei Culm dally , 8 iftfl ii.ro.
xirusa arrlvua at Cairo dally SiOUa.ia
If you nm a nmn of business, wrakuncd liy the
' alralti of ymir duties, avoid stimulants and take
HO!J 1 V1TTK11S.
If you nre ft man of letters, lolling over ynnr mid
hliflit work, to restore brain and nerve waste, laku
If yun uru young, anil utT rlnn from any India.
I'rutluu or dissipation, take
If you art) married or single, old nr young, suffer
ing Irom poor health or languishing, on
a Ix il of sickness, take
Whoever you am, wherever jrou aru, whenever you
Icel that your system needs cleansing, tuning
or itlinulutliig. without Intoxicating, tuku
Have jo dyspepsia, kidney or urinary coniplulnt,
dueas of tlin stomach, bowel, blood, liver, or
nerves r You will be cured If you tuku
If you aru "Imply ailing, are weak tind low spir
ited, t rv II! Iln v It. Insist upou It.
Your druggist keep It.
It may cave your life. It has raved hundred?.
DYKING AM) KKXOVATING.
OUU OLD CLOTHES
CAN OB BelTIHXI.T
DYED Oil REPAIRED
,' At a Trillins F.inenf-C. 0. D.
CIIAS. SHELLEY, SO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
ttf Ladiea ar.d Ocnts' old hala made new.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TTTTTTT !nH'YTf .' 1
uinl diir (.'iticiis liuvi; no ft-ar t'luiii
at :.ituri'. W'v li;i.cou liciii f (n tin tai ls
ih liiivt; hlioxvn tliciiiM-lvcs fur thirty-
tli:i!-(i,i,s K,m"' "f
hnvi' t-ulffri'il t tin; nt't iiliiriinnr
troni the iln inl diwitM'. yellow lever
our Ik-m "ltyiciiius tlmt tiic
nut llinirili in tin; utniip!iero of thin
,url ,.t w u. 11 .ii'.-.i;..,! in f.nin.f nil
Lay, Corn, uti-, meal ami lluur.
Imtter U Klirce ainl ill t tk'Iiriln'.
are ill "ihiiI riipiily ainl fair ili liiantl.
'eiiclM, :iliji-tj alll lirs are H'urce
li. It L'hI liH.ill ilelilitnil fur all.
is in .'ch1
iiiainl. tlii'iec is
m uree mill will t
11 at from 75 to
1'IIK M VliKKT
a n I
Our l'ri iuls hliiiulil hear in miinl that
i-s lu re fjiven an: only fur Kiles from
lianl ill ronml lulu.
In fillinif onlera
hruketl lots it IK neceisary to clmrjrt!
Ivam e. t:ioii t!it-'.' Iii;iires.
, siipiilies Ol
Uiaihii. TraiiMictiotis havo lieeti fair.
. 1 ... . . 1 . I I
. . . i on
Ill ils. lancy
Mils, various 'Tiules.
Thismaiket ri'iiminsimii t. Then
M lie remly salt; for all that conies coulil
; Clients lit; tnaile, I nit facilities at present
lev lmve liecn for two weeks, are lim-
There m a air ..iinnlv. I In; wiles
Uw erol car prime Timothy, fll o0; 2
I luiine Timothy, if!) 50; 1 car clmict
market is very (lull'
is an ample supply for the ilemaiul.
. ...... .1
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Tho Cairo Bulletin
N N N
m. U. OnEKLY, Gen'l Uitniurer
EmVAUD A. Buder
(Hticceasor to E. & W. Duder),
MANUFACTURING JEWELER, ,
And Dealer! In . "
Watches, Clockls, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eijfhth St. and Waslilnirton Ave.
Wiitclimaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH ST11EET, ,
fletween Commercial find I VrC 711
Wahlulouaves., )' ,v
FINE WATC1IW0RK A SPECIALTY.
r-frEiieravlni-and all kinds of repairing neatly
dun. ... , , . ' .
tr All kluils of Sulla Jeweiry mane 10 oruer.
WHOLESALE WINK.S AND I.HI'OILS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kmclr.,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH k CO. have constantly a law
t.tiM k of the best simmI In the market cud .'ive
especial attention to the wholesale branch ef the
I'AINTS. OILS, WALL I'Al'Elt, CTt".
l F. BLAKE,
Pa ints, OilsjVn rnishes, Brushes
Window Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Always on baud the celebrated iluminatiso
A n rora Oil.
Brn."' miilillnz. Coin
rNSUUANlE AGENCY Of
"Wells & Kekth,
Iit.il l '.i.i.1 i'.iii ' .'"f Montreal. Can.)
Ulnill I (IIIiUUiIll i Ciipitnl.fii.iM.-iXXiold.
MMlvSIL. ' lire and Marine i Mlilville, N.J.)
-uiin me , Assets, ji.j.ik. ii.
l.OlllllH'I (1(11 , Aets J-iLViU-Si;.
I'.iwvii MOf riiiladelphia; etnbll-hed in HH.
L II 1011 , Assets. 4:l.iiJ.il.
v ii em a 11 , Assets : no. ui.is:.
I ',,,..,, I (Of Freepoit, III.).
h ( ' l'lll a 11 a sset s $ iw.s:r.:,-i.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
OtTic in Alexuiuler County Hank.
2 s3 I d
BOOT AN'P SHOE MAKERS.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commercial Avenue, bet. I P.i?in 111
Sixth and Seventh ts. ) VUIIO, ill.
PAKBS pleasure In aniionnclii; lo hi nntrotunnd
1 the public generally i.O ie n eii.'y celved
the Hurst and most selm,, s.o . o.' I.eai.ie. " cm' every
description ever brntifcii ! ,l)i ci.y. All work ;u
his llnu executed proinp.ly aim 'n I hi iiest milliner.
Entlru satisfaction given In eveiy instance. 1'iices
reasonable. A eordlal inviltillon extended to all to
cull and examine goods and Icuru prices,
LOOMINUTON LAW SCHOOL.
Judge It. M. Menjuinlii, Dean; Eleitieitlary anil
Constitutional Law. Judge t). T. Reeves, Torts
and Equity. O. W. Aldrlch. I'll, 1). I.L. I).. Con
tracts and Reul I'ropertv. Hon. Lawrence Wulilon.
l'leadlug. A. O. Kurr, l.L. II., Evidence mid Crltnl
mil Law. Diploma on two years attendance, admits
to the liar ol' Illinois, 1'rlr.es for best examination
on whole course. First prlxe, I(M: guil prle, M(j
Thne terms u year. Tuition JtlS per term. Full
term begins Thursday, September I 'J. IHVrl. For
I ii rl her Info no iiliun u'pplyto A. ti. KAltlt, Dlooin
UNIVERSITY OF YIROINIA.-Sesstoti hn
gins on the FMr-t of October, and continues ulna
moiilhs. The Instlttillon Is nrguiilxcd on the elec
tive system, giving tho student free choice of stud
les, with full courses In the Schools of the Acade
mic Department and In the Schools of Law,
.Medicine, Engineering and Agriculture. For cat
alogue apply lo the Servetary of the Faculty, 1. O
I'nlvcrslty of Virginia.
JAMES F. HARRISON, M I)..
Clialrmauof the Faculty.
Sneezing Catarrh. Chronic Ca
tarrh, Ulcerative Catarrh,
permanently cured by .
Kanford'a RadicalCure for Cartarrh Is ft safe, cer
tain, and permanent cure for catarrh of every form,
aud Is the most perfect remedy ever devised. It Is
purely a vei.etablo iUilllatloii. and is applied local
Iv bv lii-ulllalion, aud ciiuatllutloimlly by Internal
administration. Locally applied, relief Is Instanta
neous, It soothes, heal-, and cleanses the na-iil
pa-wifes ol every fet'llu". of heaviness, obstruction,
dulliKss ordlz.i'liess. Constitutionally administer
ed It renovate the blood, purities It of the acid
HliHM.wt'h which Ir 1s alwn.vn chnrired In catarrh,
stimulate- the stomach, liver and kidneys, perfects
digestion, makes new blood, and permits the form
ation of sound, healthy tissue, and dually obtain
complete control over the disease. The remarkable
'urutlve powers, when all other remedies utterly
'all, of Sandfiird's Radical Cure, are utleted by
thousands who gratefully recommend it to fellosv
sullerers. No statement I" made regarding It that
cannot be stilisum'tatcd bv the most respeetuble
and relluble references. It Is a great and jjoiiil med
icine, and v orthy all contldeiice. Each package
contains a treatise on catarrh and Dr. Saiiford's Im
proved IishalUug Tube, and full directions for lis
use in all cases, l'rice 41.
An Enthusiastic Friend of Sanford's
McIIatton, (iHast A llnows's Fikk anb 1
Marine Iiiiance AuKNrr,
SO I'lne street. St. Louis, Mo.. Feb. 7. 177 )
A. .Vki.lieu, Wushlngtou Av.. City. Dear Mel
lier I have for some years been troubled with ca
tarn. and for the pat two years have sutfered si r
lousW with it. Noticing votir advertl-einent of
Saulird's Iti medy i Radical Cure). 1 decided to trv
It. lhaveiis.'d oulv two bottle", uinl us a result I
fe"l s. much relieved that I perstiine on our person
al relitlous mid write this to you utid ask tlmt you
take Mime n ea-ttres to net It more prominently be
fore tit public, that others may have such relief as
I havi. I hive reeomineiied it to quite a number of
my trends, til of w hom have expressed to me their
high istlmale of its value and good effects with
I rnvly think It particularly adapted to wants of
St. Lsils people, and they all ought to know of 11.
aud tiose who need It should try it. I will risk the-n-serloa
that lull 1 cue. vials las a sample) to be
Iflvei -wa will sell as many bottles.
Trv some plan. Let the people have It; they
need t. I believe I could sell Mil bottles myself
of co r-e vou could largely increase this number
Why lot try Itr Yours iru'ly, WM. lloW KN.
Solcbv all wholesale and retail druggists and
dealer in medicine throughout tin flitted Stales
and Uuinliis. WEEKS ,V 1'OTTER. (ieuerul
Ageiilsijd wholesale druggists. IIikioii. Mass.
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
MESSI-'S. WKEKs & 1'oTTER: iieuilem.n
iHie ye.ir ujio was setited with n severe attack of
Klicuimitli.in III myrlght lilp. to which I was sub
ject. I tried the various lliiliix-nts uinl rheiimutic
cures, hit without least betieiit. when my on. a
druggist, siigge-ied onelil onr Collliis' Vollaic
I'la-ler-. The erteeluas almost magical, for. to inv
grateful HiirpNe. I mis almost Immediately well
again, and was uble Ii worh upon my farm a- Usual,
whereas, before the ipplunt f ti (' the plaster, I
could do nothing, and every step gave me pnlu. A
few weeks since, one ear from the first niiack. the
(li-ea-e retiiriii 'l. but am happy to say tin second
proved as elllcrc!ois ie the tii-t.niid I mil now well.
My wife wl-hes nu add that one plaster has
cured her ofa very hum hack. We think there Is
nothing In the world of remedies that can compare
w ith the Collins' Voltac IMuter lor riieiiiiiatistii
and lame back, and clntrfullr recommend them to
the sntlerilig Yours very reslieetlllllv.
Ulti-AMi. Me.. June II. l-'Tii, KollKlt'l' CO.MTON.
NOT A QUACK NOSTRUM.
Oksti.kuks I hereby certify that for several
years past I lave Used the Voltaic I'lastera In my
practice, ant. have never known them to fat' lu
atlordlng spiedy relief lu those cases for w hich tle y
are recoinineid'ed. They are not a quack nostrum,
but a retnednl agent of gieat value. Very truly
voiir. SV.c. COLLINS, .Si. 0.
IlrcKseniiT.Me., May ST, 1S74.
PRICK 25 CENTS. ,
lie careful t obtain Collins' Voltaic I'lnster a
combination ol electric and voltaic plate- with a
highly inedlcat-d plaster, as seen in the aboveetit.
Sold hy all w hiiesiile and Mall druggl-ts through.
out the I'nlted Stall's and Caiindii-. audby WEEKS
,fc 1'O'lTEK. prsprlelors. Iloston. Mass.
View of iNEarriage!
It'AVr 4 V A Olilde to Wedlock and
7.LiV.i. celilldeutliil tri'iillse (ill the
duties of marriage and the
AND causes that unlit for It; the
T MM? I VnVsecret of Reproduction and
.IL.VIlHiavt fitlll. pi,,.,,,,., f Women. A
hook for private, considerate reading, g'O pages,
Price 50 cents.
A PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER!
On all disorders of a private nature arising from
self-abuse, excesses, or secret diseases, with the best
melius of cure, g-J-l largo pages, price Ml cents.
A clinical lecture ou tin above disease and those
of the throat, lungs catarrh, rupture, the opium
habit, etc., price ill cents.
Either hook sent post paid nil recelntof price: ill
all Ihree, containing sW pages, beautifully Illustra
ted, for ".I cents.
Address DR. lll'TTS. No. Ii N. Ktli s St. Louis
NERVOUS DEBILITY, tfftStt
men, loss ol vltnllly, premature weakness, enerva
tion 01' mind uud body, disorder of the brain and
nervous "vsteni, and miseries resulting iherefroni,
speedily cured by HATES' SPECIFIC. Prepared
hy an eminent physlelnu: f:l u case, g lor i'f, sold by
druggists. For circular with full particulars, ad
dress DR. DATES. DW State street, Chicago. 111.
r I v it 1 1!
lioailtal, IS" East Washington street, Chicago, for
the cure of all private, chronic and spci i.il diseases.
SKMINAI. W KAKKKss, NKIlVl.t'S DKIIII.ITY llllll LOST
MAMioon. permiineiitly cured, Dr. o, Is a graduate
ol the Reform School, and uses no mercury; bus the
largest practice III the fulled Stale", I, aihc.s re
quiring Ireiiltiieiil, wllh home and hoiird, cull or
write. Everv convenience for p iilentK, Send liflv
cents for MARK I At IK GCIDM vl7 pares Illustrat
ed. Married ladles and gentlemen send ftfly cents
for sample of rubber goods ami circular of Import
ant Information bv express. Consultation fr e aud
coullilcullnl . llelhible Female Pills a box.
iM OW SALARY. Pertiianeiit salesmen wanl
N I I II led to sell Hliitilc tioods to deulers . No
V--"v'v' peddling. Expenses paid. Address
A. CRANT & CO., a, I, H A M Home St., fill-
".OGOl.D PLATED WATIMIKh
His world. Sample Watcli Free to Agents. Ad
dress, A. COl l.TKIt Jt CO., Chlcngo. Ills.
The Original and only absolute,
cure. Send alamo for hook on
Opium Rating, to V. U. Squire, WurluintoKU,
JIAKKETS BY TELEOEAPH
LlVERi'OOl., Auj,'ti4t 27. 2:15 P.m. Wheat
steady Winter, 9s 2d0 4l ; Spring
OstOsijil ; Californiaawngp, 10H2il10f)d ;
California club, 10a JdclOa Od. Cora
new, 2JB 6.1(2,2;1h Od; old, 27h od(a27 Od.
CHICAOO OltAIS AND PHOIH CK.
CntCAoo, August 27, 10:00 a. m.
CoriiAuifust, 38 4' asked; Septemher,
MHl&toH October. 304'. AVheat-Septem-bcr,
00001; October, 9; bid. p1)rk
October, 1 55.
Chicaoo. August 27, U a. m. Pork
Si'ptcmlH'r, -J!) 42(4; Octolwr, f9 52.l
9 8.1." mCar-Septonilx-rrOl bid ;" (jcto
licr, III). Corn Scpteml)cr, 3S; October,
New York, August 27, 1 :20 p.m. Wheat
piiet Winter, easy; No. i, Chicago,
nominal, ft 151 10; No. 2, Milwaukee,
nominal, l 17l 18; lied Winter, $ 05
0141 11 ;No. 2, Red Winter, 1 08','; Amber,
$1 05 1 11. Corn quiet and sternly
steamer 47 )4'-4!J; No. 3 40 J2'; No. 2,
4D1&4.1I4. Gold, 100,'.
Special to the Republican.
Memphis, Aug. 20. Even 100 new casei
ami 20 deaths is the showing of the books
at the office of the board of health at 6
o'clock this evening. While? there hits been an
increase in the number of new cases over
yesterday 8 reports mere is no increase m
the iuiinl.fr of new cases of to-day is Mr.
Fred It. Rrennan, city editor of the Appeal.
Three roiniKisitors of the anneal wero
hIso taken with the fever, reducing
the force so that it is barely possible to
issue even a half sheet. The force of the
Avalanche and Ledger have also been cut
down 'by the fever. The publishers say
tin v will continue publication as long as 'a
man is left.
As a general thing the sick are doing
well. (Jen. W. . I. Smith was reported very
low this evening, but his physician thinks
there is hope for his recovery. Drs. Frazcr
and l'or'cr tire doing well.
The fever has broken out badly in Camp
Joe Williams, and several deaths have
already occurred. Physicians are discus
sing the propriety of moving the camp to
some other point. The list of new oases-to-day
shows that the fever is making no
distinction between race, color or previous
condition, as there are as many colored
people stricken in proportion to population
as there 11 re whites, and it is having a de
moralizing effect among the black people.
Two sisters of the L.i Sallette Catholic
academy were stricken to-day.
The dead of to-day, are:
Harry Clare, aged 7.
August Heel, age nut given.
Mollie NcImhi, 3H.
(ici'trude Cole, 1(1.
Frank Ewinif, colored, 01.
('olden Jackson, 4.
Albert Maude, 34.
John G. Wilson, 30.
August Retigtr, 45.
Frank Murphy, 30.
Ella ll'xiks, colored, 7.
Nellie J. Lemon, 15.
John Klein, 3.
Tom Donnallv, 50.
W. IMIalstciid, 35.
I.illie Wheeler. 13.
Mrs. Anna O'llricn, 32.
P. Hen Miller, 2S.
John Oonovan, Jr., 5.
Patrie Ryder, 3d.
Jerry llelfernan, 03.
Mary Lynch, 31.
Tom Warner, 35.
Mrs. Riley, 40.
Ed. A. Starbery, 0 months.
The continued (lamp, threatening weath-
r will swell the lists of Ixdh sick and dead
until the last one of us has been tried.
It is estimated that there are not over
three thousand white people men, women
and children -In the city, out of a poptila
tion of thirtv thousand' whiles, and the
daily report of a hundred new cases will
rapidly reduce that number until wo are
entirely helpless. A number of new cas.'S
to-night are without medical attendance,
liocauso the few physician who are in the
Meld are worked down and have already
more cases than they can attend to. In all
cases nurses have been furnished so far, but
many more cannot be furnished, as the
Howard's list of nurse nre nearly exhaust
ed. While abundance of pecuniary aid
has been furnished up to the present time
there is need of medical aid and nurses.
Many are dying now for want of attention,
and our people are doing all in their power.
Nearly every business house is closed, their
employes in most instance leaving the city.
Your correspondent has just returned
from the inlected district, which is wrapped
In the gloom and stillness of a graveyard.
I found a man on the stairway ot the
Adam's block, near the corner of Second
and Adam streets, who had just been
stricken down with the fever, lh' was so
(lelirous that he could give 110 satislaclory
information about himself. A Mrs. Hen
nett and her daughter, the family of a
bricklayer, were stricken down to-night.
Mennctt and his son left home about a
week ago, the son saying lie was gointf to
Cincinnati. The family know nothing ot
their whereabouts, 11ml are sadly helpless.
These are only a few Instances ot this char
acter that aw of daily occurrence. It
would take columns to tell of the want and
destitution now prevailing. There is no
money in circulation, making nearly every
body dependent tixn the disiilion ot
the supply dealers to extend accommoda
tions nr compelling them to draw rations
from the Nllcr ileixit. Tho man who wan
woll and hearty an hour ago now lien de
liroua under the Influence of tho deadly
fever, and Memphis) in but a littlo hotter
tnan a city ot the dead.
Associated Preai Report. ; '
Memphis, Term.. Atnr. 2(1. From ff n m..
yesterday to noon to-day 70 new cases and
u uenttis reH)rteil. Among the dead is
W. II. Halstead, with Wheeler, Pickens &
Co., and amonir tho sick sinters Dominica
Bnd Veronica of Lazitletto academy and
Fred Hronnan, city editor of the Appeal.
Tho fever is spreading to an alarmin;- ex
tent among the colored people. Ono case
was nrougnt troiti camp Joe Williams, this
morning, and fears uro entertained that it
will break out amonir the refmees there.
The work of depopulating the city continues.
To-day the weather him been clotnlv and
gloomy in the extreme. Tho fever has not
only increns 'd in the city but hits seemed
to thwart tlie etlorta to save the ve nr.
the many poor people who were moved out
ot the city hy appearing in two of tho
camps. It is now definitely known that -three
deaths occurred yesterday from fever
at camp Joe Williams nnd several others'
of tho refugees-are sick. In addition to
th ?so three a woman also died from heart
disease. When found this mornim in her
tent her young btbo was discovered on its
dead mother's breast seeking its wonted
nourishm ;nt. At the camp near Overton
station, on the Memphis and Paducah rail
road, Chas. Fagan died this morning.
lor the past twenty-four hours tlie board
of health records show one hundred new
c ises, and twenty-six interments. Dr. Alex
hrsktne was taken down today; also Fathers
McOaveny and Bokel of St. Peter's parish,
two more sisters at Lazellette academy, W.
W. White, clerk at the Pealmdy hotel", and
Joseph Russell, who has lieon actively at
work among the sick of the Odd Fellows'
fraternity. The disease to-day has taken
down many negroes, in some neigh borhocxU
sick ones being found in every household.
There isgrent need for physicians and tiurses,
our own physicians havimr more than tliev
cm attend to, and many of the sick having
to go tor days without the attention of a
nurse. A lide through districts where tho
fever is worst, draws forth many appeals to
be directed where or how to obtain a phy
sician. As a result many do not receive
medical attention until too late to save life.
The Howards employ th o physicians. The
sick calls are more than they can attend to.
Two of our practicing physicians have (lied
with the fever and rive others are now
New Orleans, August 2(1. Dr. Warren
Stone, who left Port Ends on Sunday, leaves
for Grenada this eveuing, in response to a
call from the Howard association. The
Picayune says: "By private letter it is
learned that the fever at Plnqucmine, Iber
ville perish, has largely increased and the
people arc sadly atllicted. They suffer
chielly from the want ot nurses and phy
sicians, ami those who are in good health
are mainly emploMod i hiking care of those
who are down." The Times says: "The
strong sympathy shown to atllicted cities
of the south by their more fortunate sisters
of tlie north is something not to be aily
forgotten. On every side wo bear ot most
noble efforts being made to raise 'contribu
tions in aid of the atllicted. While tic
north, with lavish hand, is soothing the
fevered brow of the southern sull'ei'ers.she i
luiildinga monument to gratitude which
will be luminous forever."
(). V. Shearer, a native of A labium,
late city editor of the Times, died of fever
to-day in the 31st year of his age. The
deaths to-day include 14 children under
years of age.
Grenada. Miss., Aug. 50, 12 m. For
heaven's sake send a few nurses. It is un
true that the material for disease is exhaust
ed. Nurses are worn out. Two of the
most eminent physicians have just been
taken down. Physicians are needed, with,
nurses, but not without.
'B. P. Anderson.
W. T.Walt 11 am.
Guexada, Aug. SO, 12:10 p. m. Your
telegram just received. Dr. Veazie is not
sick. One New Orleans nunc sick, but
walking about to-day. Wo need all kinds)
of nourishment for tho sick; need 25 nurses
worse than anything else. Material not ex
hausted. Nurses for Holly Springs passed
up. For God's sake send nurses if you can.
Pay $5 per day. 11. P. Asdekson.
Giiknada, Aug. 2(1, 12-25 p. m. Try and
get Dr. Mandenville to come back; if not
possible get some other physician. Only
two local physicians on duty. They will be
down sisin. Nurses or help of any kind
wanted. Some families have not a well
person to wait upon them. Eight deaths
last night six whites and two blacks.
In response to tho above telegrams the
Howard association sent Dr. Stone with
four nurses, also supplies of ale, champaign,
fresh meats on ice, cracknells, etc., and au
thorized those in authority at Grenada to
Iraw on the Howard association of this
city for all needed supplies.
A special to the limes trom Jackson an
nounces the death ot .lutigo 1 nomas Wal
ton at Grenada of yellow fever.
Pn'TMinto, I'a., Aug. 2(1 Th j first case of
ye ow rever air vo I in this city last nignt
on tho st 'inner Ahner O'Neal from Wheel-
it g. Tlu patient is Jus. C. Crawford, si
c sit lent ot tins city, who had been cm
1 loved ou the river. Tho board of health,
had him removed to a hospital above tho
city, immediately after hi arrival. Pliy-
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siciiuis who nave exiimiiieii tlie case say
that it is yellow fever, but in so mild a form
that no danger need be apprehended.
James Crawford, the yellow-fever patient,
who arrived in this city on the steamboat
Aimer O'Noil yesterday, died this evening.
Crawford stated that he had been employed
as a deck-hand on board the John Porter,
but had left that vessel and made his way
to Wheeling, from which uiint he
took passage for Pittsburg. Tim Porter
has been laid up in iuamntlne, for soma
The contribution of citizens for tho re
lief of the suffering in the south amounts to
5,000, nil of which ha lieon forwarded ti
the various points most atllicted. The corn
committee re 1 Mat contrlhutiods still coming
In freely. Two concerts have been arrang
ed, the entire proceed to bo turned over
to the committee.
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