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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WPRNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1870.
NEW SERIES-NO. 112
OKOCKKN AND COMMISSION' MERCHANTS.
gTRATTON tt BIRD,
"Wholesale G rocers
07 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN I'OWDEnCOMP'Y
C'tivo, 1 11 in. o in.
V. Stiiatton. t ulro, T. Hum, Ml.nourl.
Aiiivyl sin I I)cj;irl in o of Trains.
ILLINOIS ci.si .tv., im.h.im.mi.
A. i c. M-part.
ExiTc". "' !". I " l'"i-
J:,ll :' 1 I'll H "' I' "ii
1 1." ' '.: in !' 1 1 .i. in.
Ere;.- i' l iii. ' " " I'.us.
I V;.; )AM) Vi.NCIi.NNLs CAII.I.OA..
MVI !' .'" i in. :' . ;i hi.
M. LOUS, I. M.ANC oUlMli.i: i:.WU"l).
x'ri' '' "' " '" i1-1"-
CAIIlo AND T. Lull l:li.i;uAn.
A" ii'. Iii'inn.
Thru-ih Expn-" r. : ; "i ; hi . l.j.-i a in.
Mnrjiliv irn A'Tommo '.illue 1 '.:il. iM;p.m.
Kii" p: tviud.iy. t K .';( Moi.'iy.
T1IK MAIM. .
( ENEKAL DELIVERY op.-u 7:;tU a. m.; cloni.-n
I il::i p m.; Miinhiv: l In D . m.
Mme-v Order Department upon at 8 a. m.: clones
At ft p. in.
Tiiruu.'h Exprc. Mull, via Illlnol. t'riilnil anil
Il..i.:.ii C-niral lutliroad cIohh at li::ip, in.
( mm uiil Poplar Ululf Through mill Way .Mull
clone, si l:i:: y. in.
Way M ill via llllnot. Central. Culm awl Vln-ccnin-n
.:nl Mi..-ippl Central llailruad clufu at
l:4't p. in.
Way .U1I for Narrow (anf'S Railroad done, at 8
Cairo nnd Kviiii.vl'le Elver Route clo"c nt 1:
. ui. dally tcxc-pl Friday).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
nt' - T'i-nr i ... TTii . .r
fwwti-ii' .ij -uw Sol
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
Til E m.i road riimiliiK two dally train from Cairo
J. niakli'it'dlri'Cl muiict lion with Ea.tcru Mini'.
TRAINS LEAVE CA I KO-1 :IO p. in.: Fn.t x
pre. nrrivinif In SI. I.oiil. U:.M) p. in.: t'liic-aijo 6::i
a. m.; 1:1') p. m.: Cincinnati and Loul.vlllo Fn.t
I.lin-. arrtvln.' In Cincinnati al 8:Hfta. m.i Luui.villo
', : a. m.; Indi.naitoll. 4:1ft m. l'anDef by
bin Iralu arrive al above point
12 TO 30 HOURS IN' ADVANCE
Of any other route.
fi . I A p. m. Ft Mall. lth lifprf atu.-lw-d. for
.'l-u sT. l.UI'IS an'l CIIH.AOO, arrtvliiKln St.
Loul. at it:Ml p. in : I likasn at p. iu.. cinn t
I na at (i lln r Kltlutjliam for Clm lnuatl, Loulevllle
FAST TIME EAST.
1, CWriiM'vJ'1 ttil lino S thrntich
ii"hiiWljU' to the Kit-I vtllhniit any
rii'lar raim-d liv Snndiiy f nti-rvnl ni(. Tin' Nitur
il ir aniTiiin'ii truiu li'Hii Cairo rrln lu Ni w 1 orK
M.milav nioruliii; al M il. Thirty -U bourn In ad
urn cif ny iil!i-r i-iiit-.
J?y- VilviTtliM-nii-iit" of romprtliu Itm" tnt thy
rnnli" I'-ttiT 1 tint- thin till" mit ar.i lu.'il fllli'T
tiiri'ti.'h iiinoratu . or a il-ir- to mi-li-rt't th- pnlilli-.
Kor throitirh tlrki-ln nii'l liifiinniition apply at Illi
nois Citi'ral lltillroinl 'l.-pi.t. Cairo.
TltAINS AKItlVE AT CAIItO:
ExprcM i:ti) J' m'
Mai ' 4:1,1 -m-
,1 S. .loIISSUN. lii-n'l Soiitht ru A I.
J. H.iIONKS.TIrkiit A.'i lit.
QAIIIO & ST. LOUIS R. R
9f'"S.V,- 'iii VJ n 1
Shortcst Line to St. Louis!
rpiIEtralmhvthl" roa-1 roiini'rt nt St. LoitU and
1 Kat fit. Lonl" llh all other Want lo thu EAS'l,
MOUTH A SI) !UI'T1L
Through cxproM leave Cairo li:' .m.
Throiiu'ii expren' arrive, at Kt St. l.ouln H:4S p.m.
.Miirphvlioro aecuinuioilntlon leave Cairo if :1ft p.m.
MurpliVilioroaec. arrive, nt Muriihyntioro p.m.
Throiiiili esprcim leaven Eat M. Lonl.... f"1"'-
Through eprei arrive, al Cairo ft: Kip m.
Murphvlioro are. leaven Miirphliiiro. ... -V.iii a.m.
Miirphy!ioro acc. arrive, at l alro K:.wp.in.
ii.',Ari.,nn.,i'i'i"5 ,,lr" "ml SL '"'.'l'
Ij.M 1 Jl 1) lK iddlnmd I- thu only A 1.1.
HAIL MUTE between Cairo anil St. Lonl. under
one. iiiiiiniieuient: therefore there are no ilehiv. at
wax .tnlliPiiM anallini eonnei lloim from other lliieii,
I'u-.en.'erK itoiliit North. Northea.tand ent
alnmlil not liny their ticket until they have exam
ined our mien and route.,
I.. M. JOHNSON, (ietierul Malinger.
G.T. W1HTLOCK. I'ni".ein;er Anent.
I NO. H. WINSTON, Ereliiht Au'ent.
QAIllO it VINCENNES R. R.
i'i Af TT Vil TUB SlIollTEST I10UTE TO
i lrrr UL! THE SlloHTEsT TO LOCI.
4- 31 ILLS VIU.K, CINCISSATI, IUL
T1MOKE ASO WASlll.NOTOS.
l TUT VC! THEHlol!TE1T To 1NP1AN;
ii V Ml LES Al'ol.IS.nilLADLLI'UIA.SEW
YOlilv AND DOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over truluaj of all other route makliiK tho inmo
fT" rnMeiltfer. hv other route, to mnke rntitii'f.
lion, inn-t rldii nU'iilelil. wnlllim from inn' to .lx
liimr. in .mull I'ountry ntutliiiia for triilna of vim-lu-ctlnit
1)1,M 1 f 1 ) PHTH E FACT ntiil take our 4: Ift
J V 1 j.U 1 4 M I ) I j H , trnln. reiu hlu!.' Kvnna
vlllu, Imllnniipnlla. Clnclniintl mid I.oiiIhvIIIii mimu
rlav. Trnln. leave and arrive ul Ciilro a. follow.!
MmII leave. 4 :1ft a.m.
Hull anive. Hl:im p.m.
Through tliketn and click, to nil lliiporliuil
K, A. MILLEtl ItOSWEI.I. M1I.I.1CI1.
(.ie'i l I'll... Aui'lil. llenernl Slip't.
L. II. Clll'ltCll, lW'liKer Akii'iit.
gT.L., LM.it SOUTHERN.
Expre.. lenvea Ciiin dally
li.lr'K uriivn iu Cairo utilly
If you aro a mull of liiinlne., weakened by thu
strain of your iliitlen, avulil ntlmiilaut. and Uiku
If you aro a man of letter., tolling over your mid
night work, to re.toru brain and nerve wantu, tako
I lO LJ T3LTTJltS.
If you aro yoiinit, and .ullerliii from any Indis
cretion or dl.ilpation, taku
:rOIJ 1 VI.TTI51 ts.
If yon an? married or chicle, old or young, auffer
liilioin poor health or luniiil.hlni( on
a bed of .ickne.., taku
Wlioevr you are, wherever you are, whenever you
feel ihut your .y.teni neeil. tlenu.liiK, toning
or .liinulalin!;, without IlitotlcatiiiK, take
i i o i j hi tti:hs.
llnvu you ily.pcp.ln, kidney or urinary complaint,
dlenu of the .touiiii h, bowel., blood, liver, or
nerve, t Vuu w ill be cured If you tako
i ioij juTTKuy.
If you urn .Imply nlMiiif. am weak and low .plr
lied, tie It! liny It. In.l.t upoll it.
Your ilrtiKist.t keep. it.
I IOI HITTIUS.
It may nivi! ymir life. It h.i. caved hundred..
DYKIM) AM) LKNOVATIMi.
OL'U OLD CLOTHES
t'AX UK r.EAtTim.l.Y
UVKI) OK JUOPAIRKD
At u Trillins Kipense-C. 0. D.
CM AS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
iff l.adiei ai:d Cii iii." old hal made new.
THE DAILY III I.LKTIN.
The l-.trn r.nlb'lln I'litiir. iiunn It.
1 1 II 1 1 1 1 tenth year with a roinplelu new
ii ii m I lit mid a determination to make
in,,,, it In all re.p,Tta worthy the mpport
1I1II111II f it patron".
II II i
II II I i II
I'ublislit'd Every Moruiiia
EELLELE I mondavii kvckitkii.
It will embrace In It column, dally
" !of nu b character n. we tru.t .bull
A A A throve ihi- eiilal of the i bi ape.t and
l'v.t of our cuiiteinporurlc.
The POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
now nemllns I. one of ireat Imnort-
IIT nine ( oiiidcred In bulb It. Siillonal
LI.L laud Mate a-pect.; a full Conre..
clonal delei;iUloii will be rlio.eii;a
. l.iL'l.liilure I. to be elected w blch
1' iwlll detirinlue the .ucco.or to Hon.
j J4 :K. J. 0):leby In the I nit, il Mate.
it fir Tt Senate. Ileileviui! the .ucce.n of the
L,Cl.L,C.L.l ih niiK ratic party to be e.eiitial lo
the mailitaiiialice of K"'d ifoveru
lernmeiit. the Ititlletlii will alway.be
111 11 Yiloiind ailvia atlui; It. meii.ure.' and
YY Y'Y la'air'ni! for the .iiccc orit.reprn-
.dilutive.. To promote the.e de.ira-
ble eli'U every Democrat .hollld ex;
ert hlm.elf tu iliM-emlliatinit the
trulli. of hi. party, ami Iu no way
iciin thl. he more etbctually done
jthan by the ilriulatl'iu of UU houiu
SIT.SCIUnE AT ONCE.
Sl'USl'UIHE AT ONCE.
SCI1SCKIIJK AT ONCE.
SITJSCKIIJE AT ONCE.
Sl'lLSCIUHE AT ONCE.
SL'IiSCItlUE AT ONCE.
The Daily Rulletiu
1. .erved to rUv Niib.rrUtcii. t,v
irler. at TWKSTY-KIVK CfcS f S per
week, payable weekly.
I My mull (in advance): ono vear.
$10; .Is mouth., $ft; three moiith.,
ii.M; ouu mouth, jU, t'ohtae free.
1 AilvertMnir Itntea;
Klr.t In.ertloii, per .qiian Jl.Otl
Subeiileiit lii.erllon. M
l"or one week, per .quant H tl
jl'or two week", per .qlliiru 4..M
il'orthrru week., per .qilari'.... Ii.no
Kor one month, lier.'iimre T.tm
Each uddltloiial .quare 4. HI
ElL'lit Hue. of Uulilinrcll (noil ill
coiKillute a .quare.
T T T
IMiiliiveil ndvcrilHciiicnt. will lui
eliai'i;'d aceordlni; to the .puce, lit
above rale. -lucre beliu! Iwehe Hue.
of .olid type to the Inch,
lo reL'iiinr nilverll.cr. we niter au
tierlor Inilueemelit., bnth a. to rule.
of 1-linfL'i'x and milliner of dl-pliivlnij
tueir in vol'..
Notice. In local roliinm. Iii.erteil
fur twelily ceiil. per Hue llrat lll.i
tlon: ten cent, per Hue for each .lib
Special notice. Iti.erle'l fur ten
cent, per line lor llr.l lli.eilliin; Uu
cent, for each .iib.eqileut Inaertloii.
Notice, of death, and tniirriup1.
tweulv cent, per line,
All letter ami niul cinnfiiiiiilciillont
.huilbl he addrv.i-ed to
Tho Cairo 1 Jul lot in
JN0. lI.OI)i:ilLY,(ieiri MuuitKur.
" N N N
WATCHKS. JKWELIiY, I.TC.
Edward A. Buder
(Hucecaaor to E. i, W, lluiir),
And Dcalerii lu
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
M L'SICAL INSTlll M EN"S,
Cor. Eitflith St. and Wuslilnytui Ave.
AVatchmakcr & Jewelev
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
lletweeii Commercial and l ('..Ji,,, Til
Wa.bIliKtou aven., f III II U, 111.
FINE WATCIIWOKK A STECIALTY.
firyE ii graving ami all kind, of repairing neatly
ttTM kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LUPOUS.
SMYTH tt CO.,
Wholesale and Iletall Dealers lu
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSHS. SMYTH 4 CO. have con.tntitly a law
.lock of the bet piod. in the market and '.'he.
e.pecial attention to the wholefale branch f the
PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAl'EIt, CTC.
Pa i nts, Oils, Varnislios, Brushes
Window G lass, Window Shades, Etc.
Always on baud the celebrated iu.viii.natinu
Brow' fiulltlliie. Com-1.
niercial Ave. I
JNSL'RANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kekth,
Poii.nli in 1 (Of Montreal. Can.)
Jit) it I I lillilUllUI )" Capital. f'i.mil.UNi Gold.
Al S II i'S 1 1 I Eire nnd Marine (Mlllville, S. J.)
.Will HI II , A.et.. $1.4v!.;.tH.
, I (Of Philadelphia: etabll.hed in 1WM.)
I II Mill f Am'I. S.-VB.IiW.IW.
Vii'imi'in'cl (Of Dayton, O.V
I lUillilll iS ) Aet 110,IJ4.!ie.
I infill 111 1 (f Freeport. III.).
I'l l Mall (A .et. $ I55,8TT.33.
IUSKS WKITTES AT EAIH R.TES.
Ollloo in Alfxamlor County Hank.
J ACOI) WALTER,
IDoaler in I.rewh Moat.
EIGHT STREET, '
Ui'twiM'ii 'NViiHliintttoii Hint Ooiii"
nuMvlnl Av., mljoliiiiis lIutinyH.
KEEPS for .nletbe bet Ueef, Pork. Million, Veal,
l.aiiib, SUU..UC, iVi'.f niul prepured to nerve
famlllen In an acceptable manner.
J JLOOMINGTON LAW SCHOOL.
.lud'.'e H. M. H''ujiiinln, Menu: Elenienlniv nnd
' ti 1 1 1 ii t Km ul Law. .Indue (i. T. Keevo., Tori,
nod Equity, o. W. Aldrlch, l'h, I). LI.. i.. Con
tract, and Kcitl Pioperty. lion, Lnivreiicu Wnl'lmi,
l'leiidln, A, 0. karr. 1.1. . II.. Evidence mid i.rlinl
ual Law. Diploma on twoyeiii'.iilteiidaiice. admlin
to the liar of Illlnol.. I'llr.lnr hel i' vo in I mil I ' hi
on whole coiir.i'. l'lf.l prle, jUikl; -Jud prlxe, S.'iiij
Three lei ni. a year. Tlilllon gift p r term, rail
term beirln. Thur.diiv, Hcplember IS. IHJtl. Kor
iiiilli. t li'lormiilloii applyto .V. O. KAIill, llioom
f NIVKHSITV tE VIUUINIA.-So.ioh be
K i-ln. on the I'lr.t of Octuber, mid i'H?illiiile.nliie
liMihilin, The In.llliilloii I. oiinlzeil on the elec
tive M .cii, (.-hlliu the "tudeiil lire choice of ulitd
lea. with lull nilli'M'. Ill the School, of lilt Acade
mic Di pact ineiit niul III the School of Law,
Medicine, Mnnlneci'lti;: and At-rlcultnrii. Eur cut-alii.-ne
apply to Hie Hi'iveiary or the Em ally, P. O
I nlvei.llv til' Virginia. ,
JAM LSI'". H MIHISON, M.D..
Ciinliiimiiof l i.o l'licilll; .
FOIl C A.TA1 til II
INSTANTLYrelli ve. and permanently cure thl
loatb.Diiie lii.ea.e III all it Mirylui; ntau'e. Ii
poine.t the Fiiiiihin'4 ati'l heallii'.' properlle. of
plant, herb, mid bark. In their e..eiitlal form, free
liiin every tlbrou couiaiiilnallon, and In thl rc
pu l dill'i r from every other known remedy, lu one
i-lmrl year It ban found it. way from the Atlantic lo
Ibe Pa'i lllc coa.t, and wherever known ha. become
the liiinlard remedy fur the treatment of Catarrh.
'Vie proprietor, have been waited upon by nentle
iii n of national reputation who have been cured by
Ibis remedy, and who have, at cou.id -ruble I'xp'in.e
mid per.nmil trouble, .preud the food new through
out the circle. In which tiny move. When yon hear
a wealthy uenti. "inn of Intelligence and refinement
iM'. --I owe my ,te to Sanl'iird'. 1,'aillcal Cure," voil
11181' f eid a.Mirett ihut It I an arilcleiit ureal value,
n in! worthy to be cbi.-ed anions the ntaudnrd luedl
cal .peclllc of the day.
'PlIE beiietlt I derive from I' dully line I. to me In-
IIENKY WELLS, of Well., parv'oi Co,
IT Ins run d me after twelve year of uuititerrupt
i.KO. '. lIUl'lillTOX.Waltham. Mnn
T FOLLOWED the direction tothe letter and am
1 happy to .tale 1 bnve had a permanent cure.
U. W.t.liAY, M. D., Miii-caline, Iowa.
I Have reciimmi'iiiled It to qtille n nuinbcrof my
friend, all of whom have vxprceil to me their
liiul erlinnite of It value and ..'nod cited, with them
W.M. UUOWN. -IS l'lue t. M. Louis.
ITEIt iikIu' two bottle I f.nd inye!f perma
. neiitly cured. I bnve .luce recommended over
oni-liuinlred bottle Willi the L'ri-ate't .iicce.
W.M. W. AliMsTllO.NO.
l.Vl llarrii-ou Av., iio.ton.
'E lmve old SAsroiin'a If .vim ai. CfitK for near-
ly one year and ay candidly that we never
'ild ilmllar Jireparalinn that '.'ave .iicli niilver.ul
all-lidiou. We have vet lo learn of ibe Mit coin
plain. , S. 1). HALDWIN, Walilntou, Did.
rpilr: cure effected ill my cae by Saxfoiiij'h Hai
Ji i Ai.CniK mio reimirkabte that It .eemed to
tiio.iiwbn bad "Utfi n d wltlioul relief from any of
the n-iial reinedi' that it could not be true. 1
Ci' Tiir made atlulavlt to it before Seth J . Thouiua,
E-ii...liii-tice of the l'eaee. Iloi-liin.
(.Eulfi.E 1-'. DINM01!E. Dnii:i.'it. Ilontou.
E.i'fi p'jckiiu'e of Sanford' Itndlcal Cure con'aln.
Dr. lauforil. Improved Inhaling Tube, nnd full
illrei'iiiin for It. ne In all cai-e. Price One Dollar.
For ule by all ulmle.iili- and retail drnu'.-'lt-t nnd
d'-abr thr'oiii.'bout the United state und Canada.
WEI-US A Pirri'EH. (ieneral A-eiit. and Wholo
alv Irn.'ii-I, UoKtou. Mil.
Collin's Voltaic Wasters.
AN ELECTKO-GALVANIC BATTEHY COM
11I.NH) WITH A HIOHLY MEDICATED
ST H D GTH E N 1 S l PLASTEK, EOKMINti THE
PEST PLASTEH FOK PAINS AND ACHES IN
THE H OHLD OF MEDICINE.
fietulenien: I ent for one of Collin". Voltaic
Plaftir. and It ha. been of ireat benefit In reducliiir,
a.wi IIiil' in my lel'i iile thai two pby.iclru pro
noiiuu'd Eiilarenieut of the Spleeu. and one pnv
Uoiiiiivd it anOvariau Tumor. L. A. KISTEtf.
CrNTiiiAXiA, I-Mi., March -J), 18".
THEY ARlfTHE REST.
OeiitlenH-n: Encloed yon will find $!.&. and I
w Nli you ntlc) ..-nil me another doy.cn of your
( oljlii'. Voltaic -Pliialer. lty the above you will
eet.'.nt I ."in 4o Miniellilnn lo help other in mime
war (v.a 1' 1 am not able lo be nil and around.
There a-e a number who have tried your pluler.
who bal flven on 1 that all pla.ter were Kuod for
liothiiif. and now Join with me that thev are the
he.t tli-v have ever tried. I have tot aloiiL' thia
winter better tlian I have hil'ure in thn-e year.
Wl.h Iciiuld have heard of vonr pla.ter before.
Your. Ac, LOHKTTA M. CHoSS.
Baii-.ton Spa, N. Y., March J, 1"79.
Price '.lo Cc?nts.
He careful lo cull for Collin'. Voltaic l'la"!er lent
vuu iret Home worlhle... iuiliatioii. Sold by all
Wholesale and Keiail Dru'l-i. ilir.iiii;boiit the
I'liiicil State and Canada, and by WEEES POT
TEH I'roprielor. Ilo.ioii, Ma.
Ariow of Marriage!
r l "V A Culde to Wedlock and
IjaM-XVl-N centldeiitlal lrealle on tho
diltlen of mnrriau'e and the
AND cau.e thai unlit for it; the
1 I T nVHecret of Heirodtictioii and
UiVltliiilIU,!,,. ).,.U.,.H ,,f Women. A
book for private, cou.iderute reading, -JU) page,
Price W cunt.
A PRITATE MEDICAL ADVISERt
On all dl.ortlcr. of a private nature arllni from
ell' abue, e.xcce. or ecret dleae. with the heat
menu of cure, SMI lame iiane. price Ml cent.
A clinical lecture on the above dleae and thoe
of the throat, lung., catarrh, rupture, thu opium
habit, etc,, price HI cent.
Either book ent po.t pald on receipt of price: oi
all three, containing MO payes, beautifully llluntra
ted. for "ft cent.
AddreDH. HL'TTS. No. li N. 8th t.. St. I.oul.
ho.pllal. H7 Eat Wahlni(ton ntreet. Chlciii:o, for
the cure of all private, chronic and .peclal tllcii.c.
Skviinai. wkaknksh. NKitvor iikiiii.itv ami 1.0.T
jiANiiiion, perinaiicntly cured. Dr. O. I a uruduatii
of the Keform School. andue. no merenrv; ha the
laiir.'.l prncticu in Ibe I'nlted State. I.aiiik re
qulrlni; treatment, with home and hoard, call or
'write. Everv convenience for patient. Send tlfty
cent for M AltUIAliE OI'IIIE! -.Tj pauc illiiHtrat
ed. .Married ladle and L'eniieinen .end fifty cetita
for .ample of rubber uood. and circular of import
nut information by expre. Conultatloii free and
confidential, lielinble Femaltt Pill $j a box.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, ofxh,,),;,,"
men, lo. ol vitality, premature wenkiie., enervn
tloii ofniiuil and body, disorder of Hie brain and
nirvnii nvHtein, and ml.erle. reullliiu therefrom.
.peedlly cured by HATES' SPECIFIC. Prepared
ny an I'liiinent puyician : y-i 11 cne, v lor ? 1: .old 11
dnmxll. For circular with full particular,
lire- Dlt. KATES, 3U State treet, Cblcnmi. Ill
iM OASA'-A"Y. Perinanent .ale.men want
N I l M led lo.ell Staple Uood to dealer. No
. uu neildllnit. Expene paid. Addre.
S. A. CHANT CO.,8, 4,U S Homo 8t., Cili
.-..KlOl.M -PLATED WATCH EN.
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PltOGEESS OF THE TEIUUBLE DIS
EASE. NEW FI'.OM MEMPHIS Mi lit E (iU)OMY THAN
VSt'AE NEW OIII.EANS SJIIX OUOANI.NU
VXDKll THE AFFLICTION AI1ATINO AT
OHANADA TIIK SITUATION AT IIOI.I.Y
Memphis, Tenn., September 9. To
tlay's tiiortiiary report is the largest of any
day since the fever appeared, tho undertak
ers reporting 112 interments of which
twenty-four were colored people. Ainonjj
thu number are:
Maj. J. C. Thrall.
Thomas Hood, n volunteer telegraph op
erator from Philadelphia.
Rev. D. K. Uosc-bury, of Burtlctt Circuit
Methodist Eiiiscopal Church.
Sister Constance Supt-rior of the Sisters
of St. Mary's Episcopal.
Paul Cuue and II. Going, of Little Rock
who had been nursing the sick.
A son of ex-mayor Win. Park died at the
Forty-five new cases were reported by
resident physicians. Among those taken
down to-day tire Harney Hughes, Hiram
Gage, JI). C. Warder and wife, Frazer
Prowitt and Chns. Morrison, druggist, his
Mr. Humes is dying.
Fred Cole, un active member of tho
Howard association, died lute this evening.
His wife nnd child are sick with fever.
The Howards have established, under the
direction of Dr. L. T. Bryan, of Houston,
Texas, a hospital tor the care of physicians
and nurses, many of whom are falling.
Dr. Ilryan will give this institution a dis
tinctive Texas ienture by employing Texas
physicians and nurses s.i far as the interests
of the institution will admit. TVxans and
others who desire to contribute to the
support of this institution an do so by
forwarding contributions to the Howard
association, specifying the purpose.
Physicians of the Howard corps report
4 1 1 new cases for the past twenty four hours.
They state the situation of the city is
simply frightful. They find more sick
than they can attend to. In accordance
with the determination of citizens to force
the people to leave the city no rations were
issued to-day except to persons who had
sick ones in the family. A proclamation
will be published in the morning papers
notifying the public that camps will be
formed, nnd those w ho expect to receive
rations must take up their residence there
until the city is free from fever.
VSEI.ESS TO KEEP COI NT.
The condition of our city grows more
desperate every hour. Of new cases it is
useless to longer keep count. Whole fami
lies are stricken down with it in a few
hours, and the call for nurses is greater
than can bo supplied. Yesterday there was
about 100 deaths and 300 new eases, and to
day, up to noon, 70 deaths are reported, and
tho death rate to-day will probably exceed
that of any previous day.
Among the deaths reported this morning
are Dr. E. E. C. Slater, pastor First .Metho
dist church; Sister Catherine, of St. Mary's
Episcopal church; M. Costello, Win. A.
Rudd, Jacob Loed, Dr. Nelson and Harry
W. Ferguson, who died at Ciimp Jo. Wil
liams. NEW OIII.EANS,
New Orleans, September 0. The death
list to-day included tfio following persons:
Joseph Levilller. dry goods clerk; Ed
ward llrennan, boilermaker; O. S. Itahcock,
member of the Washington artillery.
From noon up to 0 p. in. 311 deaths were
reported to tho Hoard of Health. The olll
cial'rcport of deaths is not yet completed.
The Young Men's Christian Association
hud 111) new cases of fever reported to-day,
making 1,(102 to ditto. They gave 70 fam
ilies refiuisition for food to-ihiy for live days
The Howards have 200 new application
for food, and 122 new cases.
A meeting of Muster and Warden repre
sentatives of the Masonic bodies of the city
was held Sunday, at tho instance of Deputy
Grand Master Marks, who slated that with
out Holic.il at ion on the part of the order the
sum of $:l,ail0 hud been forwarded to him
for the relief of the ilestituto Masons. In
the early'slitges of the epidemic he had re
ceived letters tendering assistance, which ho
had gratefully declined to accept. Since
.then 1 1 to amount named had come to hand.
He had therefore determined to retain the
amount am) distribute thu same among tho
destitute Masons and their families,
Destitution and distress -in
the Masonic order is not felt so badly as
muting thu Odd Fellows, who havo over 200
members of their families down with Out
fever. Tha total contributions received by
Odd Fellows are over )?2,000, and that has
been nearly exhausted in aiding sick and
those in distress. The gencraf relief com
mittee has been active since the scourge first
appeared und are still at work with local
und -transient brethren.
Collector Smith received from thj Com
missary (Ieneral a telegram notifying him
that tho remainder of the 40,000 radons or
dered for yellow fever sullVrers, had, on
Sunday; been ordered from Chicago. Tho
order includes 20,000 rations of sides, 200,
000 of ribs, 19,000 of shoulders, 20,000 of
Hour, 10,000 of corn meal and 21,000 of su
gar. The action of the Pcabody Subsistence
association in honoring only such requisi
tions as emanated from the Howards,
Young Men's Christian association ami
Ladies' Physiological society, fell , liko a
thunderbolt on the Colons! Mutual Benevo
lents, who, on tho day of their opening, had
given requisitions to over a hundred fami
lies. Tint news of tho change in the condi
tion of affairs did not come to tho knowl
edge of tho colored applicants tor relief,
and hence they assembled in great numbers
laden with baskets, bags and demijohns,
pushing and justly each other to get fi front
place and be served lirst. At 8 o'clock thu
ollico was opened and the fact made known
to the crowd that no more, ration requisi
tions would ho issued, except to those con
valescent from fever. A howl of disap
pointment orosc, but the crowd showed no
inclination to disperse. Finally, after ex
pressing their disapprobation in murmurs,
not loud but deep, the crowd slowly thin
ned out until only a few remained', possibly
with the hope that something might turn
up to alter the present statj of affairs.
SOME OF THE VAGARIES OF COAL
'Coal Oil Johnnie," who made himself
well-known in Detroit as in any other town
he entered, wits the son of u poor farmer in
Pi thole, Pa., and his real nanio was Steele.
The miserable farm, which had never yield
ed tho family u subsistance, proved to bo
one of tho richest oil locations in Pennsyl
vania, and when Johnnie arrived at man
hood he found himself an orphan in posses
sion of a forttino of some $2,i)00,000 which
he commenced to fling away with mad reck
lessness, ltoso was on hand and helped
him to get through with a goodly share of
it in the madest excitement of gambling,
riot und fast life. Coal Oil Johnnie used
to think ho never could get to tho end of
his pile. Ho would sit down and calculate
tho thousands he owned and swear that ho
could never get rid of it. Ho did, though,
iu a little more than two years, and now ho
is a station-agent on tho Atlantic and Great
Western Railroad. Rose tells some charac
teristic stories of his companion, with whom
ho traveled all over tho continent, wherever
sport nnd excitement were to be had. Once,
when sitting with Steele and Murphy, a
variety actor who used to piny at Heller's
place on Randolph street, a telegram camo
for Steele. Murphy took it and opeued it.
The dispatch was from Hartford, Conn., and
read: "Twenty thousand dollars here to
your order. What shall wo do with it J"
Coal Oil Johnnie refused to take thu dis
patch after Murphy had handed it to him.
"Write 'em an answer, telling 'em that if
I don't call for it in live years to give it to
an orphan asylum," said the magnificent
Two years later Johnnie called for tho
money. He had spent all but that sum and
it only served to keep him in dissipation for
a few weeks.
Rose had at that timo something over
$20,000 that he had acquired himself, and
felt entitled to travel on a footing of equal
ity with this remarkable fool. Onco John
nie got on u spree in Detroit. Ho went U
a bagnio on .Macomb street, nnd to make
lie orgie sensational, completely destroyed
a $250 piano, by stamping it in with his
feet. The next day he sent tho "madam"
an $800 Steinwny. In Philadelphia ho saw
a pair of horses being harnessed iu a livery
stable nnd wanted to drive them. Tho
stable-keeper refused, as the horses belonged
to another party who boarded them, but
who would sell them for $1,500. Joiinuia
paid the money, drove tho horses furiously
for two hours, und then sold them to tho
c:ilorcd coachman for a dollar bill. Light
ing cigars with $100 notes was a favoritu
diversion. He was charitable and generous,
with all his profligacy, and often did mucli
good with his money.
French-heeled shoes are called tho
modern cripple-makers. It takes but throe:
years to make a fair cripple.
In view of tho yellow faver scourge in
that section, they seem just now to bo hav
ing platigey bad times iu tho Bouth. New
The business of tho New York 8toc.k
Exchange was temporarily interrupted tho
other day while a couple of operators set
tled a question of margins. It was u httlo
game of "puts" with the lists.
Tho New York Herald is publishing
what it calls "gems from Kearney." Hera
is a specimen : "If any one asks you what
you will do with the government when you
get it, tell him it's none of his business."
ESIHM'HAOEMKNT Ft III TIIK FEEIH.K.
So long; as-the fulling embers of vitality
are capable of being ro-kindled into a warm
and genial glow, just so long ns there is
hopo for the weak 'and emaciated invalid.
Let hint not, therefore, despond, but de
rive encouragement from this and from thu
furthe.1 fact that there is a restorative most
potent in renewing tho dilapidated powers
of a broken down system. Yes, thanks to
its unexampled tonic, virtues, Hosteller'
Stomach Hitters is dully reviving
strength In the bodies and hope in the minda
of tho feeblo and nervous. Appetite, re
freshing sleep, the acquisitions of tlesh nnd
color, aro blessings attendant upon tho re
parative proesses which this priceless in
vigorunt speedily Initiates and curries to a
successful conclusion. Digestion Is restored,
the blood fertilised ami sustenance afford ed
to each life sustaining organ by the bitters,
which is inoffensive evcu to the feminine
palate. Vegetable In its composition, and
thoroughly safe. Vse it, and rejjnlu vigor.
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