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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, "SEPTEMBER 10, 1870.
NEW SERIES-NO. 11
OBOCF.US AND COMMISSION MKItCIIANTS.
gTRATTON & lUliD
WHOLESALE G ROCEKS
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER COMP'Y
Htkatton, Cairo. T. ItiiiD, Missouri.
Arrival ami Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CKnTkAL HAILI'OAD.
Express. S:i p.m. 1:1" p.m.
Mull 4 :ua a.m. Mji.hi.
r,..,i T:Wa.ui :ia.in.
I'lvf-lit li::H p.m. 4::H)p.in.
AND YINCENNES L'AIU.OAD.
Mi'l 1(:n . m . 4:i:a.in.
tT. Lol ls, I. M. ANU bOlTIltliN HAII.UOAD.
Express Vola.rn. ?:O0p.in.
I A Illy AND Kf. LollS KAII.l.OAD.
Through EspreM N:l'ip.m. W in a.m.
SJnrphyslioro Accommodation. H:'si p.m. U:ljp.m.
Except Sunday, t Except Monday.
(i KNER A I. DELIVERY open T:;iO a. in.; close
1 u::ip in. ; Sunday: 8 to S a. in.
Money Order li'rarlmt'Ul open at 8 a. m.j close
at t p. hi.
'I'hroMch Express Mnlla via Illinois Central ami
Mlsslssipjd Central K:i ii roa'l close at -J::i p. m.
Cairo and Poplar lilutf Through and Way Jlall
closes ai 1 jSW p. in. '
Wuy Mall v( Illinois Central. Cairo and Yin
cenne. ,n,J Mlss.ssippl Central Kailroads close ut
U:4.'i p. m.
Way Mail for Narrow Oatigi IUIlroad close at 8
Cairo ami Evan.vllle Iilvcr Route close at 6:30
p. m. dully (except Friday).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL U. R
IVt I ? . I
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rpn K only puid running two dully tr.itu from Cairo
A making' direct connection Willi E;i"leru line.
TRAINS LEAVE CAIRn 1 :IU p. in.: Kn-t ex
pre... arriving 111 St. Lou I. rt:.VI p. in.; Chicago ::
a. in.: 1:M p. ' : Cincinnati and Louisville tut
Line, arriving iu I liiiinuatl at s:'rt u. in. ; Louisville
7:to a. in.: Indianapolis 4:!." a. m. Passengers t)'
his train arrive at aWe points
12 TU 30 llol'US IN ADVANCE
Of any ntlier nute.
Il.liip.in. Fu"t Mall, with ii-T'Tt atla.hi;d. for
.r.t-'-' Vt. Lot Is and t HH AO'i. arriving In St.
Loul at :! p- in. : Chicago at ii;:i p. III., connect
I at I i'!n or EMngham (or Cincinnati. Louisville
FAST TIME EAST.
D V YY1 Vl'O'V th! lino co through
I irj.njjUO,, tlieF.:."! without any
rtelav rM'd he Sunday Intervening. Tile s-mtir-dnv
arti-rno.in train trout Cairo arrive. In New- ork
Monilav morning at lu:-J3. Thirty i-ix hours lu ad
value of anv other route.
r r- Ailv rtlemeiit of compct'ng line, that they
make tetter time than this one are i-lcd either
through ignorance or a desire to mi. lead the pulilli .
For through ticketsa'id liiforinatlou apply at 1.11
ftols Ccii'mI Railroad d.-pot. 'ulro.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIIIO:
"rtxpre.a 2'"" P ".
i ,11 a.m.
,is. JOHNS) S. i-n'l huntbertt Aft.
iNES. Ticket Ajetn.
.T II -TO
(JAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
SSIiortest Line to St. Louis!
rP!IE traltid t!il road co-.tiert at St. I.o.iU and
1 Kn-t M. Loiii. with all ullier liue to the EA!T,
NOK'I'H AND SOUTH.
Tt.F n..V nvriiv.. leuve. Ciliro
I hrotitfii eire arrive, ai r.n-i !i. i.m.i. . i.m.
.Miirphi.lioro accommodation leave. Cairo p.m.
MnrpliT.horo acc. arrive, at Mnridihoro oi.Wp.m.
Tliroiiiih cxprvM leaven ICa.t St. LouU. . . . H:C.a.m.
Throiiitli exjirc arrlvi . at Cairo VUp ni.
Miirphvhoroacc. leave. Mttrphy.horo. ... !' a.m.
Murplij.lmroacc. arrive, at Cairo U:.5p.iu.
l IjM VjM It Knur,,;,,! a the only ALL
HAIL IIOVTK hetwecu Cairo and St. Loni. tinder
inn; manuu'eineiit : therefore there are no delay, ill
wav .Mtlon. imaltlni: connection" from other line..
if l'ii".eii"er Kolnt! North. Northea.l mid W eat
.hould not buy their ticket, until they have exam
ined our rate, and route".
L. M. JollNsoN. (ienenil Manager.
O. T. WlllTI.Ol K. IWeneet AL-elll.
JNo. H. WISSI'oN. VrelL-ht Agent.
(JAIRO & VINCENNES It. R.
1 lrTTfTUE SIIOHTEST IIOVTE TO
17 AfTT TCI THE SIIOHTEST TO , UM'JS.
4-7 AI I liT.h Vll.LK. CINCINNATI, UAL
TIMOltE ANO WASH1NC1TON.
)l Af 1 T VC! THE SIIOHTEST TO INPIAN;
ilh I LKS APt.LlS.l'llILADELriUA.NEW
VOUK AND UOSTOS
SIX HOURS SAVED
liver tralua of all other route mnklnu the aumo
lie iii her route" to make, connec-
tlou. tiiu.t rldu iill'tilulil. waltlnu fnun ottu to lx
hour, at ninnil country flutlotn for trains of cou
1 ? V f V l n VI ?THK FACT and take our 4 :fi
vlllo, Indliiuapolla, Cliiclniintl mid I.oul.vlllo anmo
dav. Tralua Icavo and arrive at Cairo a follows;
Mall leave. 4:4.m,
Mall arrive. 10:011 p.m.
Thfonitli ticket and checks to all Important
K. A. MII.I.JvH HOMVEI.I.MILLKlt.
lien t t'n. Au'ftil. Itcneral Blip l.
1. II. Ull'HCH, I'naaenKer A)UU
gT. L., I. M. it SOUTHERN.
?xpri'i lenres Cnlro dully B:0"Ji.m,
Ixirc!H arrives at Cairo 'latly o:ou a.ui
If von aru a man of Uualnuas, weakened by Ilia
strain of your dutlua, avoid atiuittlauta and taku ,
If yon aru a man of letters, toilliiK over your mid
uliit work, to ruatoru brain and uervo w auto, taku
If you aru young, and surTurini; from any Indis
cretion or dliwlpatlou, taku
If you aru married or single, old or yotini;, auO'er
lux Iron! poor health or UiikuIsuIuk on
a hod of Hickne.n, taku
Whoever you aru. wherever you am, whenever you
feel that your ay.lem needs cleansing, toning
ur stimulating, without iutoxicutlug, taku
Hnvo you dy.pep.la, kidney or urinary complaint,
dl.cn.o of the atomaeh. howels. blood, liver, or
uurvea r Vou will be cured If you take
If you are .imply ailing, are weak and low spir
ited, try III lluy It. In.lHttipoult.
Vourdruggl.t keeps It.
It may savu your life. It has saved hundreds.
DYEI.VO AND RKN0VATIXO,
OL'It OLD CLOTHES
lAX BE BEUI'irrUX
DYED Oil .ItEPAIKED
At a Trilling Kiiense-C. 0. D.
CIIAS. SHELLEY, X0. 30 EIGHTH ST.
t'jtT Ladies acd Ocnta' old hats made tow.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
T T T
The Culm rtlltti. till I'M,. r. lirmn It.
HII I II tenth year with a complete new
if ii out lit and a determination to make
;'..,') ill In all re.pccw worthy the support
llllinill of iti patrons. ,
1 1 J I
K rublLslicd Every Moruin?,
L.l.L.L..L. MONDAYS EXrEPTED.
It will embrace in Us columns dally
" jof such character a we trod shall
AAA iiiruve the eniial of tin: cheapest aud
A A joetl of our coLteuiporittes.
iThc POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
mow pending Is one of ureal import-iiiiicecnnid-red
In both It. National
iaiul Stale aspect.; a full I'ongrx-a-,
-i i i a 1 delegation will be clm.en:a
l.efi.lnture I. to lie elected which
' ill ib teriulne the .iim-p.or to Hon.
It. J. ligle.hy in tlie I lilted State.
Senate. Ilellevlug the mice., of the
Democratic party to be c-n ntlal to
!the iiiii'.ntaiiintii'e of good govern-
cTiinient. the lliilletlu will always be
found advocating Its iucauren and
laboring for the succe.s of It. repre
i.eiitntivi.. To iiromote these de.ira
ihle end. every lJcniocrat .hould ex
iiTt lilm.elf In il!.cmln:iliug the
truth, of his party, and iu no way
cau this bo more etlectvially done
ithtinhy the circulutiuu of hie homo
The Daily Bulletin
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rier. at TWEXTY-FIVE CENTS per
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I! V mall 'In advanced! nun venr.
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iJJ.SUi ouu mouth, f I. IVIiige free.
I . AdverlWntr Kutes:
Hrt Inserllou, per aq tiara JI.On
lSuliaeiiient In.ertlona Ml
ror one ween, per square s.K)
For two week., per square 4. ."si
For three weeks, per iimre..,. fl.isi
For one inontli. lii.r aiitnir,, T on
Eucli udilltltitiul sqiuire 4.00
Eight Hues of uouuarell (solid)
Iconatltute a qunre.
luaplayeii anvertlaemetits will lm
cliurged according to the spate, it t
above rates there being twelve lines
of solid type to the Inch.
to regular iiiivurilers wo oner sn.
tiorlor luilui'emetits, lioth ii. to rates
of charges aud luuuuer of dl.pliiyliiK
Notices In local columns tnaerted
for twenty cents per llnu tlrst 1ii-t-tloti;
teu cents per II no for each sub
HniH'lal not ces Inserti'rt for ten
ceni per Hue for tlrst Insertion : flvti
cents for each sub.eiUent In.erllon,
Notices of deaths and marriages
twenty cents per line.
All letter and and communications
autiuld be addressed to
The Cairo bulletin
JNO. II. OllEKLY, Uou'l 5uaivj;er.
N N N
WATCHES. JEWELRY, ETC.
Edward A. Buder
(Successor to E. & W. Budcr),
And Dealers la
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commercial and I fni'il Til
Washington aves., f VilUU, 111.
FIXE WATCIIWORK A SPECIALTY.
firEngravIngand- all kinds of repalrlaj neatly
i-tr All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order.
WHOLESALE' WINKS AND uiJuWW.
Wholesale and Ketail Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH & CO. have constantly a largo
clock or the best goods lu the market and give
especial attention to the wliolesde branch of thu
PAINTS, OILS. WALL PAPER, ETC,
Window Glass, Whitlow Shades, Etc.
Always oa band the celebrated iluvsisatiso
A u ror a Oil.
ri.r imiuuiii.. win- .
JNSUIiANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kerth,
Roval Canadian i'Capital.'i.iJ.iASKold.
British America Uo.
T'liJtii t'-" Philadelphia: ciablWied lu 1WI.)
L II 1011 Asset., jmpii iio.
Vii'i.in-iit' 1 ( Dayton. OA.
r lieman u fAs.ts 5nu.4-j4.nc.
I ' linn. ni 1 (Of Frcport, V.W
0 erina n (- .s.t . s1w.s7.33.
liLSKS WIIirrEN AT I'AIlt HATES.
Dfllco in Alexamler County TJnnk.
IS O X
111 Ti ll Kit.
Dealer in lresh Alcat.
Hot ween M'tishliiKton mul . Com
mi't'clal Av,, uiolniiig IlttunyH.
KEEPS for siilelhe heal Reef. Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Sausage, Ac, it tut is prepared to servu
families lu an acceptable manner.
jjLOOMINGTON LAW SCHOOL.
Jttilgn It. M. Iletijutuln, Dean; Eletnetitarv ami
ronstlltitlonal- Law, Judge )i, T. Kevvus, 'Turin
and Equity, o. W. Ablrlch. I'll. 1). I.I,. ))., Con
truclaand Id nl Property. Hon, Law rencn Wuldou,
Pleading. A. O. kurr, I.L. II., Kvliieiicu and Crltnl.
tml Law, Diploma on two years utti'iiilancc, ndiults
to the liar of Illinois, Prize, for best examination
on whole course. First prize, JIUI: Willi prUu, AMI;
Three term, n year. Tuition 915 per term. Pull
term begins Thursday, Mepletuber 14, If Its. Por
luither Inforiuiitiou npplylo A. O. KAlllt, Illootn
UN1VEHSITY OP VIHUINIA.-Se.aiuii be.
gins on thu First ofdi'tober. and cnuiliittca nine
iminlhs, The Institution la organised on Hie elec
tive system, giving the student free choice of stud
h", w ith full ronrse. in the Hchools of t lis Acade
mic Department ami In the Schools of Law,
Medicine. Engineering and Agriculture. For eat
aloiiue apply to the Sercut.iry of lliu Faculty, P, 0.
rnlvursli) of Vltgltilu.
JAMES f. IIAHKIstoS, M.D.,
Cuiilrtnuiioftiti' l'acttlt; 2
ItADICAL CUKE '
INSTANTLY relievo and permaneully cures this
loathsome diaeaao In all lis varying stagen. It
possesses thu siKithliig and healing properties of
plants, herbs and barks lu their essential form, frcu
from every lllirous contaiiilnatlon, mid In this rea
ped differs from every other know n remedy, lu onu
short year It has fouitd its way from the AUanllc to
the Paelrlc coast, and wherever known has become'
the standard remedy for the treatment of Catarrh.
The proprietors hai'u beeu Waited upon by gentle
men of niitlonul reputation who have been cured by
this remedy, and who have, at considerable expense
aud personal trouble, spread the good news through
out Hie circles In wlileh they tnovu. When yoll hear
a w ealthy gentleman of Intelligence and reilnement
say. "I owe my lite to Stanford's Kadlcul Cure,-' vou
mav feel assured that It Is an article of great value,
and worthy to be classed aiming the standard medi
cal specltlcs of thu day.
ri'MIE benefit I derive from Its dally use Islome In
HEN ItY WELLS, of Wells, Fargo & Co,
IT lias cured me. after twelve years of uninterrupt
ed sutfritig. .
OEO. V7. lion; IITON, Walt ham, Muss.
I FOLLOWER .he directions to the letter and am
happy to stnte I have had a permanent cure.
1). W.UKAY, M. D., Jlusctttiue, Iowa.
I Have recommended Ittnqttltoa number of my
frleiiils, all of ivhoin have expressed to me their
high estimate of Its value and good e fleet w ith them
WM. BUUWN,5PlueKt. t. Louis.
AFTER using two bottles I find myself perma
nently cured. I have since recommended over
one hundred bottles 4th the greatest huccc.h.
WM. W. AHMSTltONli,
Kill Harrison Av., Boston.
"ITJE have sold PAxniiiD'i RntrAt. Cfnn for neap
M ly nne year aud say candidly that we never
sold a similar Preparation' thut gave such universal
satisfaction. We hove vet to learn of the first com
plaint, S. D. UALllH I.N, WashiU'.'tou, lud.
syilE cure effected lu my case by SASronn's Haij
L li'Ai.ri'UK wtisso reniarkubtu tleil It seemed to
those, who had sutlered wltlmut relief Iroin any of
the u.iial remedies, that it could not be true. I
therefor made affidavit to It before Setb J. Thomus,
Esq., ,li.iee ol the peace, lloston.
OEOHt.E F. DINSMoItE, Druggist. Itoston.
Each package of S.inford"s Radical Cure con'alim
Dr. Haufonta Improved Inhaling Tulie. and full
directions for Its u.e In all cases. I'rice One Dollar.
For sale by all whole-ale ami retail druggists and
dealers throughout thu 1 lilted States nud Canada.
WEEKS A: I'OTTEH, Oeneral Agents and Whole
sale Druggists, Dostoti, Mass.
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
AN ELKl'THO-GALVANIC lATTEHY COM
I1INEU WITH A IIIOHLY MEDICATED
STRENGTHEN INti rLASTEK. "FOKMISti THE
BEST PLASTEK FOH PAINS-AND ACHES IN
THE WOULD OF MEDICINE.
fientlemen: I sent for one of Collin's Voltaic
Plasters, and it has heen of great beuetlt In reducing
a swelling iu my left side that two phvsielrus pro
nounced Enlargement of tbu Spleen, and one pro
nounced it an Ovariuii Tumor. L, A. ltlsTEli.
CYSTHtASiA, Ind., March -J, 1ST7.
THEY AltE"TnE REST.
Gentlemen: Enclosed you will find JJ.iV and I
wish you would send mi another do.en of your
Collins Voltaic Plaster.. By the above you 'will
see that lean do something lo help others in some
wayeveu If Iniiiii.it able lo be up and around.
There urc a number who have tried your platers
who had given out that all piasters were good for
nothing, aim now join with me that they urc Hie
best tbev have ever tried. I have got along this
winter better tli.ui 1 have before In three years.
Wish I could have heard of vnur plasters beforu.
Voiir. ,v.c. LoltKTTA M. CltUhS.
Bai.istox M'a, N. Y March gl, 1T8.
l'ice -J." Cenls.
Be careful to call for Collin's Voltaiu plaster lest
you get suuie worthless imitation. Sold by till
Wholesalu and Id-tall Druggl-ts throughout the
United Males and Canada', mid by WEEKS A PUT
TElt. Proprietors, Boston, Mas.
View 'of iMarriafjfo!
1rAAf "V" A 'ble to Wedlock and
J cenlldi titiid treatise on thu
duties ol marriage and the
AX I) causes that unlit fur it; thu
MA 111? I CIFsecret "f Heprodiicllou and
.UlXllUllAIlj,!,,, iHm.,1.,., r Women. A
book for private, considerate reading, U'O pages,
A PKIVATE MEDICAL ADVIsEH!
On all disorders of a private nature arising from
self-abuse, exce.se., or secret diseases, with the best
means of cure, -JJI large pages, price Ml cents.
A clinical lecture on the above disease mill those
of the throat, lungs, cuiiirrh, rupture, thu opium
habit, etc.. price 111 cenls,
Either hook sent po.t pald on receipt of price: ni
all three, containing Kll puges, beautifully Illustra
ted, for cents.
Address lilt. BUTTS. Nit. 1-J N. Kill St.. St. Louis
hospital. 17 East Wa-hlngtoii street, clilcago. for
the cure of all private, chronic and special diseases,
SKMINAI. WKAKNKss, NKUVols liKIUI.ITr mid LOST
WANiioou, periuiiiietitly cured. Dr. O. Is a graduate
ol'the Id-form School, and uses no tnerciirv; ha. Hie
largest practice in the United Slates, I.aiuksi re
quiring treatment, with home and board, call or
write, Evert-convenience forpatlenta, ftend llftv
cents for MAIIUIAl.K 1, 11 UK ! 47.1 pages lllustrni
cd, Married Indies and geutlemeli send ttfty cenls
for sample of rubber goods nud circular of Import
ant Information lit-express. Consultation five and
coulldiMitial. liellshle Femiilu Pills $.'i a box.
meu. loss ol vitality, premature weakness, enerva
tion of mind and body, disorder of thu brain mid
nervous system, nud miseries resulting therefrom,
speedily cured by BATES' SPECIFIC Prepared
bv an eminent physician: f I case, i tor $',: sold by
druggists. For circular with full particulars, ad
dress DH. BATES, til:) State street, Chicago. HI.
w1 OAAS xl'A,,Y- IVrnmiienl sale-meii want
I ZUU1'1' " sell Staple (ioods to dealers. No
V -" "peddling. Expenses paid. Address
S. A. CHANT & CO., II, 4,11 & K lloiiui St., Cin
cinnati. Ohio. '
Art(MH.I) PLATED WATCH EH, Cheapest in
,y he world, Sample Watch Free to Agents. Ad
V"druss, A. I'Ol'l.TElt CO.. Chicago. Ills.
ADHTHrANI) MOHPH1NE HABIT CUKED
If I LI Jiii''''1" Original and only iibsoiuui
cure, Send stamp for book on
Opium Eating, to W, II, Squire, Worlliluiogu,
tireeiie.v oiiuiv, inn
TH iV T, 1 I WI.Y'""'"''! "tlie" vou
IU OfiliJi lil lili 1 neeed.oiu in'gof
H. iil Value to the people, do you tint T such Is that
grand low priced book,
ALLEN'srsEKl'L I 1V1 I AHTlKICElfS
COMl'ASIOX I"" I ASS1STAXT,
Valiiiihle receipts by thousands fur everything and
evcrvhodv! The most universally Useful hniikcvcr
published, saving money to all huvers. Outsells
everything. AtiKNTS WANTED. Adilress,
SCAMMEL iS CO., St. T.miis Mo.
It. niime si Irs like a trumpet and rails I ut lie Iruyl
That liowerful new Tempraiiei' book,
II ATT LI NO Vii'S' IEM()N
Is selling by TIIOI'SANDH, Clieape.l, most com
pletu and Intensely luteresiliig llniid llook and His
tory ofTcm Iterance I'vnrprodueeil, containing biog
raphies of lis Apostles, thrilling accounts of all the
great Movements, and mighty fact" and argument
lor the cause, Finely Illustrated. Nothing ru
com ptircwllhlt. Mom A OK NTH WANTED. Wrtl e lo
STA.SDARUUOOKCO., St. Ltmts' Mo.
Latest ' News
'Liveupooi,- Scpti'iuU-r. 8, 2:00 r.M,
Whent dull Winter, 8s lOilOs; Sprinir,
0s,9s8d ; Cfiliforniuaverngf, 10s M 10ii4d ;
California club, 10 4il10u 7d. Curn
new, 2',h 3il2;Js 61; old, 27s ad(2,27i Od.
New Yohk, St'iik'inlH.'r 8, 12:17r. m.
Wlioiit noniintil No. 2, Chicttgo, 1 07
1 09; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 08(l 12;
ItudWintfr, $1 OO&l 10;, Amber, 1 00
1 11; No. 2, lied Winter, 1 00?1 07.
Corn niiet stetuner, 48048; No. 3,
im 48; No. 2, 49,49. Gold, 100'4'.
CIIICAOO (lltAIN AND rUODl'CE.
Chicago, September 8, 10:00 a. m. Corn
October, 37 j4'37. Wlietit October,
m)4(srHQ. Pork October, & 13 asked.
Chicago, September 8, 12 St. Corn-
September, U6)g ; Oetolier, 'H&i"i;
November, 37J. Pork October, fS 12J2'.
Wheat October, 8G&8G,i.
TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-THREE
NEW CASES AT NEW ORLEANS.
ANOTHER. HAD DAY K0U TUB SOltUOWINO
AND HrFFKIONO I'EOI'I.E OK MEMPIII.S
MKASIHKS A DOITED BY THE UOAKD OK
HEALTH TO UE.M0VE HUHVIVOUS FUOM THE
New Oiu.eans Sejitember 8. Newcases,
223; deutlis, 81.
Weather cloudy and showery in the fore
noon, heavy rain in the afternoon; maximum
Samuel K. Shcpard, son of W. C. Sltep
ard, died to-day.
Dr. Bimrdus, of the Howard Association,
was taken down.
The wife of Secretary Snuthmnyd, of the
Howard association, and rive children are
down with the fever.
The Howard!! to-day received the follow
Pout Gibson, September 8. Please send
us live good colored female, nurses by rail
to Yieksburg and Grand Gulf with all dis
patch. Let them be good ones. There is
great sull'ering, especially among the.color
ed people. Seventy-nine ileatlw to date.
Thanks for shipments of ice, tea and crack
ers. Please send live casks of ice by each
packet. Signed) J as. A. G.uih,
President of Howard Ass'n.
YlCKSisiiut, September 8. Right Rev.
Bishop Elder is reported dying. He re
eciveil the lust sacrament to-night inform
from the Archbishop of your city.
Signed AS'. M. Rockwood.
President Aow.-trd Association.
The Young Men's Christian Association
report fifty-two new cases of fever. Total
cases to date U"3.
The society of St, Vincent do Paul makes
a second appeal, mul begs other conferences
to advise .their friends to cuntrihutu either
in niouey, food or clothing, intended for
distribution to the scourge-stricken poor
looking to the society for help, to direct to
E. Doi'Mkino. M. D., President.
Plaijcemink Paihsh, Septembers.
To thu Agent of thu Associated Press,
We are in the midst of u raging pesti
lence., and of our two physicians only one
is on ilttty, Dr. P. S. Postell, who reports,
to-day over 100 cases of fever under his
observation, all within thu limits of our
small town. Up to date twenty-seven
deaths have occurred. Dr. S. J). Schwing
is down with fever. Fever is on the in
crease. Business is suspended. Our tinun
cial resources are insulllcieiit to relieve
many poor in distress. Wo are sadly in
want. Will not thu country send us help?
Our people arc struggling nobly against the
('has. 0. Z.u ve, mayor.
Thellowrads report 472 new cases, includ
ing the sick and destitute.
The store of Wuiig Cung, 10 .('mini
street, took lire to-day; Mrs. Brown resided
up stairs. Her husband and lour children,
sick with fever, escaped by going over to
Lapcz's, next dooi . Damage ijilOO to stock.
Joe Cheu and John Lee, two clerks, were
arrested, charged from information received
with setting lire to the store.
Memphis, September 8. Another sad
day has passed and near an hundred fresh
mounds aru added to our cemeteries and
the potter's Held. The total number of in
terments reported up to II p.m. are seventy
one, with onu tlrm o!' undertakers to hear
from, which will make the deaths this day
in the neighborhood of ouu hundred. On
ly partial reports of new cases have been
inadu to-day. Physicians are so pressed
for time thut u majority prefer to violate the
ordlnaneu requiring them to report to ncg
eleting tho sick. Six resident physicians
rujortninety-hix new eases, and it is is sale
to assert that tho number of new cases to
day is near SOU.
A meeting of thu prominent members of
the Howard association and Citizens' Relief
caniiitittec was held this morning, at which
it was determined, as a means of toning
many people to leave the city, that no inure
rations would be issued in the city to those
not sick, but that iicninp could be cstaN
lished at various points removed from thu
city, and that those removing would be sup
plied with food, A eoiuiniltei'. consisting
of Gen. Luke E. Wright, Maj, J. S. Pre,
tldge. l 0, Flsh.-r. A. D. Lagstall'. U.
Mayor, John Johnson and Dr. W. K. Sogers,
was uppointcd to curry out this measure.
Rev. L. S. Shayler,' of Holy Innocent's
church, lloboken.' N. Y has arrived M sup
ply the place of Rev. C. C. Pursuit, red r
of Grace Episcopal church,
A. T. Cook, of the Howard association,
died to-night. This make four of tho
membership of twenty-one- who have died
lu the past week. Four more are sick.
Miss Emtnii lteeder, of Clncinnattl, it
volunteer nurse, was taken' sick to-night.
j. i, i racy, jvrs. jj. a. liroan,
W. A. W. Tryon, and 8. O. Yountr. of Hous
Dr. Jas. McOrew. of Tcrro Hantn. Tn.l..
awl Dr. J. G. Orr of Cincinnati, havo ar-
nveu nnu volunteered their services to tho
The following telegram sent by R. W.
Mitchell, with the itpprovulof H. I). Lang
statr, president of thu Howard Association,
cxr.luiii8.tho situation to-night:
Chairman of llic Belief Committee, New York.
Tim situation is horrible, byond de
scription. Three thousand cases of fever.
They, havo forty physicians ; eight have
dieil.Thoso from tho north sicken in a few
days and die. Not a provision houso is
opeu in the city. Only ono hotel, the
Peabody, to fted doctors and nurses. Want
everythtnar that a pestilence-stricken, fam
ishing and impoverished people need.
R. W. Mitchell, M. D.,
Ouly two drug stores are open. In the
morning the Howards will open drug stores
that havo been closed by tho proprietors,
and place prescription clerks in charge.
Thu Howard physicians report over 300,
new cases to-day. Those aru in addition
to tho new cases reimrted to tho board of
Dr. McKim, of St. Louis, died this even
Rev. Dr. Dalzell, of Shreveport,' arrived
here yesterday and has gono to work in
place of thft stricken clergy of the Epis
copal church. Ho desires to say to his
brethren of tho church that thu suffering
and destitution is frightful, and that ho
shall be glad to act as their almoner in pro
viding for tho poor and needy.
Giienada, Miss., September 8. Tho fol
lowing new cases aru reported: Mrs. Dr.
Ringgold; Miss Mary Russell, of Sunato
bia, Miss.; R. Armistuud, express agent, and
live colored women.
The death list is as follows:
C. B. Rollins.
A number of patients iu the chamberlain
house are convalescing rapidly. We arc al
most without communication othewise than,
telegraphic. The mails are irregular, and
ono postmaster is dead. The mayor died a
week ago, and every day messages are re
ceived and addressed to him ut the tele
graph olliec. Thu illness of the express
agent will prove a great calamity unless his
place is speedily filled.
KEIXUEEH IN CHICAGO.
Chicago, September 8. A family named
Scott, consisting of mother and seven chil
dren, arrived heru this morning from Green
ville, Miss. They left homo Sunday last.
They took passage on the steamboat Vicks
burg, on which were two deaths from yel
low fever Scott, n boy 0 years old, aud
Major Burns. Thu family on arriving at
St. Louis were (ruarantined and sent to
the small pox hospital, but demanding to bo
released, were escorted out of the city and
arrived here on the Alton train. Tho au
thorities have lieen comfortably situated in'
quarantine, and their clothing disinfected.
There is no fever or any cause for alarm.
ST. LOUIS O.UAUANTINE.
Quarantine, Mo., Sept. 8. Number of
patients unhand since lust report, 30; re
ceived since, 2 ;died, 1 ; remaining, 31 ; num
ber of yellow fever cases, 0; doubtful, 8.
Giif.envii.lk, Miss,, Sept. 8. Five deaths
and twenty newcases in the lust twenty
four hours. Total deaths, 42; total cases,
PERSONS AND TIINGS.
Dyed hair is a thing of tho past.
Katteridji Janni is the "Robin Hood of
An English lady is traveling iu the)
Nubian Desert, disguised us u rich prince.
Mr George Bancroft, the historian,
owns property in Newport, R. I., valued ut
A writer in the San Francisco Chronicle)
states that Edgar A. Poe, the poet, was
poisoned with laudanum.
They have u woman's greenback club
in New York. Tho members are all in
favor of more pin-money.
Lord DuU'erin is making a visit to tha
chief cities of the dominion previous to his
departure Iran thu country.
The latest idea for a wedding break
fast in New England is an adjournment te
some pleasant spot, after the church cere
mony, where a pic-nic is had.
Fashion has joined hands with charity
at the various summer resorts, and enter
tainments are being given for tho benefit of.
the yellow fever sull'ei ei's.
Seventy tons of A. T. Stewart's monu
ment has been shipped to Garden City.
Forty thousand dollars' worth of murblo
will lie consumed in this structure.
Almost every man has his opposite.
I There is .Mr. Hung Fu, a New York China
man; whereas Mr. Kearney would liko to
hung everybody. Buffalo Express.
- Mrs. Gen. Sturgis and her two daugh
ter are searching on Custer's battlefield for
tint remains of her son, Lieutenant Sturgis,
wlm was massacred with his fellows.
The monument to Llebig, to bo erected
at Munich, Bavaria, will consist of a bronze
statue on a handsome pedestal. About 30,
000 has been subscribed toward it.
"Do not marry n widower," said tho
old lady. "A ready-inade family is liko a
plate of cold potatoes," "Oh I I'll soon
warm them over," replied tho damsel and
Tho members of tho Merchants' Er
cliange ut Nashville, Tenn., havo nu old
rattlesnake for a pet. Including the nu
merous "bulls" unit "bears," they nave quite)
-James E. M unlock, of Cincinnati, tho
distinguished elocutionist and ex-tragedian,
has accepted thu Shakspearo lectureship of
thu National School of Elocution and Ora
tory, ut Philadelphia.
Mrs! Cashel Ruey, tho distinguished
English authoress' lately met with n severo
accident, falling in h swoon Into it stone erea
striking the iron railings us she fell. 8ho
was takeii up insensible, but is recovering