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THE DAILY -CAIRO
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1 of tlie lcadlug business houses whoso advcrtlno
meuts may bo found In Tui Uillktin.
C. 0. Putler & Co., C'ommorciul avenue and Nino-
Cbai. It. Htuwart, Eighth street.
Curl Peters Si Iiro., EiflilU streut.
Petti lllrd, Wuhhlugton avenue and Eighth
Dr. j. H. Marcun; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. V. C. Jnrolyn, Eljjhlli near Commercial .
Dr. K. W. Whltlock, 1:J Commercial avenue.
Ilulit. Smyth, No. 00 Ohio levee. I
II. II. Ctiudw, No. TOOhlo levee (tip talrs).
Equitable Mfi), of Sew York, corner Twelfth and
Widow uud Orphan! Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
' ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
L'.uegar Jc Larnden, No. 113 Commercial avenne.
GEN ERA I, COM MISSION MERCHANTS.
JlnllldtivBros., proprietor" Egyptian MUli.
Ilinkle, Tujstlewood i Moore, Nob. li't and 17
DRUGGISTS-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
D '.rclav Ilroi.. Olilo levee and corner Eighth and
City National. Ohio levee,
J. Walter. Eighth meet.
Koekler Bros.. Corner Eighth and Wahlnrtnn.
Cfcamplor.. Three State.
Julin Sptoat, corner Twelfth and Ltvtc.
A BRACKET STOKE.
E C. Ford, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
J.CivO StclnhoiKK!, Eighth tnet. 4
R. E. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. P..
tp..ii?; Auirvn tiuins nxr-Airr
.Vut;.... i:'f a.m. ! Vnll.... :i:l'ta.m.
Exprevr i:oop.in. j x;russ 5:is)p.w.
CAIRO A VINCENNESK. K.
Vail W:Wp.tn. I Mail
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. H.
. S:5a. ra
Erpre" :10 p.m. I Expre
Accumda'.ioa.lD:U p.m. I Accom'dution li:-)p. m
CUICAGO. ST. 1.0tISANI)NE'.VOKLEANSR.R
Jlail ... 6:'p.m. I Mai! 5:00a.m.
C. A. AT. R.ULI'.OAD
Ttx.in eTpr...$:.m. i Tns eipre .5:1.'? m.
Acci-:a:no.lut'n. lj:3ia.ra. I
GENERAL DELIVERY open .:: a.m.; doses
Kj 6:wp.m.; Sunday: g to y a. m.
Money Order Department open at 5 a. m. ; clones
a! J p. in.
Through Erpn1" Mills via Illinois Central and
jt'.sstssippl CVutral liailrnad c!oe at lii:i p. in.
Cairo a:.d Poplar UiuJ Throuh and Way Mai!
c!ses at U:50 u. m.
Way Mall via I IHriol Central. Cnlro and Vln
tenne and Miss.ssij pi Central lialiroads close at
Way lit.'. f.T Narrow G"!'.u- Railroad c'.ons at 8
CV.ro f.d Evmv!He River Route closes at (0:30
p. m. Cli.y (except Fr.dav).
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer Edward Drzunia. a
( lerK-Deauts. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Atturney WlUUru Hendricks.
BilAU!) t ALUEKMK.
Flrt Ward Wm. O'Callahan. M.J. Howler.
Second Ward-David T. Lluexar, C. K. Wood
rsrit. Third Winl-W. P. WrlRbt. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Cha'le o. l'atier. James Kynaston
Fifth Wurd-T. W. Ualliday, Ernest B. Pettit.
Circuit .T.idce-K). A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Rewves.
Countv Judire R. Yocuni.
rouut'y Clerk S. J. Hunim.
County Attornvy-W. C. Mulkey.
County Trcnsutvr A. J. Aldeu.
Sheriff John Hodges.
County Commii.ioner T, . Ilaliiday, M.
Browu, Snmucl Hrlley.
A FRlt'AN M. E. F'lurteeuth Hreet. lndwen
1 Walnut and Ce.lar f treet: i-ervlce Sahhnth II
a. m. and 7: p. in.; Sunday School 1::' pm.
"IIRISTIAN-Elihteenth ctrcet; mHtin" Sab-
bath 10::;jp. m.j prxmeliiiiR n. Ca'.unaiiy.
fHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Eplncopnl)
Fo'irtejtli ftn'et: Mornlne
li;S a. i.i. ; tveuini; j; raver, ,:) p. tn.
school 9 a. L'l
11 RST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIlfRClL
1 Preaching at lu::w a. m., :l p. n and 7:) p. m.
hahbuth aeUool at r:W p. tn. Rev. T. J. Shnrei,
IrniKRAN-Thlfteenth treef, nervioe." Sab
J hath 1:;K) a. m.; Sundny school i p. tn. Rev.
METHODIST for. Elahth and Wn'.nttt rtroot:
I'reHehitiK S.ihlmtU li ::! a. m. and 7 i. m.;
pnyer meetlni;, Wodn'dnv 7::i0 p. m.; Sumlaj
School, a. m. Iter. WLittaker, pastor.
IJRE&BYTEr.IAN Eltfltb street: preachinj on
SnbliRth at H :m a. m. and "limp, in.; prayer
meetlnn Wednesday at 7:4) p.m.; S")J'1)' bcUoid
nl :) p. m. Rev. B. V. George, pantor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Fifteenth
dtreet. between Walnut und Cedar treetD; aer
vices Sub'iiiiU at 8 und 7 ::j0 p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Croc
and Walnut street; jervlrea Sa'ihnth lOl.Wa.
m.; Sunday Schoid at 4 p. in.; Vespera 3 p. m.; ser
vices every day at 8 p. tu.
ST. PATRI0K'8-Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Waahlncton avenue; services Sab
bath lj and 10 a. m.; Vespera 3 p. in.; Bnnday School
1! p. m. ; service every day at 8 p. in. Rev. i , Zabul,
Obtained for now Inventions, or for Improvement
on old ones; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks uud labels, caveats, Assignments, Inter
ferencos, Appeals, Suits for Inlrlnirincnts, and
nil cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to Inventions that have beeu
I? V TVPTF ll 'y Ho VMM OlUco may still,
liEi'irAjirjUiJmrotraKi, b patented by
ns. Bollift opposlto the U. 8. Patent Department,
and vnijaKttd In Patent br.slnesa exclusively, wc can
make closer searches, nud socuro Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than Jhosff who
are reuio'i-irom iiPiiiiinMm, . ,
TN V lc YT(VNV1 end ns a model or sketch of
1IN Y.ftH 1U IVO your device; we make ex-
nmlnattoita nun advise as to patentability, free oi
rnartre. aii v.iituujuinMn;ii mriexiy cuiummo"''
Prices low, and no charge unless Patent ts-secttred.
Wo refer In Washington, to Uon. Postmaster
General v. M. Key, Jiev. F. D.Power, Tho Oerman
I..... XI..tt.,i,l llil.tl. tnnrtl..!. I- 4L. tf U
AWUrLCUU HWll"ni F(.nn, ,u ,M1U'I1S HI IUU U . fji
Patent Offlco, nud to Senator and Represent at Ivei
In Congress; and ospeclally to oui cllunta lu ever
Halo IU llie euuni uun in viuinim. AUdress
n. a. snow a.-, nn
Opponltu Patent Office, W&ihlngton D, 0
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. 11.
2 PASSFWiFT? TRAINS LEAVE AND
- X rtOOrjUiJl ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE,
without chauKlnj earn. Tho direct route to
'Sf Xow York
Ami all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Train leave and arrive ut Cairo ni follows:
hjpress. dully except Mndiiy 2: on i.m.
Mall, dally .,
" u;mj :);;'! p.m.
Mali, daily except Sunday a m.
Ge'ierui Snu Au'l
JOHN H. JONES.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. SMITIIKKS. Iiocelvrr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Time Sc hodulp;
Throush Express K nvei Cairo :tS a m.
Throtivth Express arrives nt E. St. Lou!,. 5:H'p.m.
Throuirli Expro.1 leavvs E. St. Louie,... 'J:'Oa,m.
Throuch Express arrive at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Murpbysboro accommodation leaves Calrol j -.'S p.m.
Mu'pliyBlxiro Acc. arrive" at Murphysburu :: p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Murphynboro. . . 4:15 a.m.
Murphysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo PJ 4.') a.m.
The Cairo & St. Loili Rail Road 1 he ou'y all
Rail Route hetween Cairo and St. LonU under one
manatp-uient. therefore there are no delavs at
way stutliins awaltiHL' connections fromotl.er'iii.es.
CliMi-and sure etinui-etion at St. Louis u lib other
Hues for North, EaM and Wist.
J. A. NAL(.I.E.
L. M. JOHNSON.
CAIRO tfc VINCENNES R.R.
(M VU V THE SHORTEST ROVTE TO
17 ArTT THE SHORTEST TO LOTIS
l JIlliTiO VH.I.E, CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
91 ART "PC THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
Oh a'llliraO Ai'OLlS.l'HILADELPUIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other routes rr.akin;
IV Passenuer by other rontes to make connee
tlt:s raii't ride all nidit. waitlnii from oue to six
hours at small country stations fur trains of cou
T tfMVUUPTJTNE FACT and take our 4:
lvrjairiU13rI a. w. )ra!lli r,.ncb;ni: Evans
tllle, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville same
dav. Trains leave and arrive nt Cairo us follows:
Mall leaves 4:4!Sa.m.
Mail arrives ll:imp.m.
Through ticU-rts and cheeks to all Important
F. A. MILLER ROSWEI.L MILLER,
tien'l Pass. Acent. General Sup'
L. B. CHI'RCII. Passenger Afeut.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can give the
nusuiess a trial wiino.il rpense.
W v vi
The best opportunity ever onwed for
those willing to work. Yon should
trv nottmiK e e till volt see for your
self whatnoti can do at the.buslncss we otler. No
room to explain here. You can devote all your
time or only your spare time to the business, and
make great pay for every hour that you work
Women make as much as men. Send for special
private terms mid particulars, whlrti we mail lre..
S outllt free. Don't complain of hard times while
you have such a chance. Address 11. 11A1.LETT &
CO., Portland, Maine.
QARL PETERS & P.UO.
Of all kinds.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
' Eighth street, bet. Com, and Wash, ave
CAIRO. : ! ; ILLINOIS
ff-Oood delivered to nil parts of the City freo
DEALS US IN
FLOUR, GRAIN ANf HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlfflicst Cash Price Fata for Wheat
ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY; Mi
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of the nineteenth ccnturv. and one that take
equ.i rank with the Invention of tho telephone,
theelocirlc Ight and other scletitillc iiiarvlcs ol
the OKU, Is that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thi Compound possess the most remarkable
Healing Properties of any kuuwc aent employ
ed tor the purpose of curing
SORES, WOUNDS, CVT3, BRUISES,
Inflamed find aWltnl surfaces, ami for
ALL SKIN DI3ASES.
Its cleansing properties remove all Impurities
that hinder the formation of a healthy llesh, and
the work of cure goes on to completion witb
most WONDEltFI'L RAPIDITY. Let no family
hewithout a box of It In the house. PbVsielaus
extol lis virtues; and the the thousands who
have used It. unite lu recommending It. Beware
Ask for Henry sCitrbulic Sulve.nnd take
JOHN P. UESKY, CURRAN & CO.,
1 Sole Proprletori),
BARCLAY BROS., wholesale Agents.
Liver & Stomach Pads,
THE ORE AT SPECIFIC!
THE BEST REMEDY
IN THE world:
Has proved i'.e'.f by a Three Years' Cuir.pipn ol
Liver, Stomach and Bowejs,
Proftcln; a lar,:tr portion of wonderful nud
Thar, any other Remedy before the public.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMICS.
YelloW LiVer. EU1U ndTyj.WoU V.-rct.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutralized, h.lnnu.ited und expend tnrouyh
the natural excretions by
Health Restoring Liver & Stomach Taik
An antidote that has proven Its repellatt force
to expel Atmospheric Oerms of Diteuse
that Infest '.lie air.
An Antidote and preventative nr.d cure for Chil
dren, Summer Complaints. Cholera Infantum, Scar-
:ci rover. .Measles. noopnn; tonsil, eic.
A preventative that is hlehly aptireciated by (inltc
a ritimlH-r of mothers who nave tried them.
rr i orite i iui nre iitaiiu i roiu ,1 jj e i . n, .,t c if
CAL EXTRACTS, possessing the best ubsorhent
tiro-.iertles known to science, bavins a direct untill-
cation to the removal ol Morbid Organic conditions
and restorins to health, natural etierj.-y und normal
uetivlty the vital functions which ure weakened and
debilitated by disease, thus projini; themselves to
possess POWERFUL RLMKDY for all diseases
of tho Liver. Stomach aud Bowels, us thousand
can testify from practical experience.
u. .s l tie price oi tne 1'aci nas iiecn renucea,
It makes It the cheapest and most convenient midl-
cution you can use tor any of the above diseases.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
OXLV OXE DOLLAK !
If after a fair trial vou are dissatisfied, send back
your Pad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
J:v.'For nil advice (rr.EE) send symptoms and en
quirles, ilso for single Pads) to
int. u. . ruititts.
1M W. 4th St.. Cincinnati.
M ill be sold by all drnlsts.
UXliT cSb IIICKCOX.
01 W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
fi'"Sec certlftcates In liire circulars at ilruitoro
For Snip liv GEO. E. O'HARA. Driisr-
irit, Cairo, ills.
3 A A A MONTH mi
III I''"' home nn
I II Itri'ous. Capiti
V7 JKe wl!1 '"
linvs till ,'trls 11
cnaranteed. Jli a
made by the Indus-
Capital unt required;
art vou. Men. women.
boys and itlrls make money fas
ter at work for us than at nnv-
thine cli-e. Tho work Is Unlit nud pleasant, nud
such as any one can co rlu-Lt at. Those who are
w ise wlni see notice will send its their addresses at
once ami see for themselves Costly OutlU aud
terms free. Now Is the time. Those already at
work are lav! nc up larne sums of money. Address
Till E Jc CO.. Aueuslu, .Maine.
WHOLESALE WISES ASP LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealcri la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. RMYTIT (t CO. have constantly a larsc
stock of the best uoods lu the market nud uivu
especial uttuntlou to tuu wholesale brunch of the
(ft-4 W A A TO Srtooo A YEAR, or f to
LL I Hvl II a day In vour own locality
I III II No risk Women do as well
rill 1 PIUUm men, Many make more
it w v v t)ln)1 t))0 limuUllt ytnted
ubovo. No one can fall to
make money fast. Any one can do the work. oa
cutitnukelroniNictof'jnii hour bv devotln your
even uirs and spare tlmu to" the business. It costs
iiothlnit to try tho business. Nothlntf like It for
inonuy mnkluir everollered before Business pleas
ar.t and strictly lioiiorabh.. Reader, if you want to
know all ahotii the best pavln business before tho
mi die, send u your addrest and wo wlllaet'd yon
fllll nnrtlcttlur and orient,, ., fr,.. .umnleS
worth M also Civet fim tll,, ,, p vour
JSV-m i'IhI''m ,A(,'lri" UE0IU1U STINSON
Mm, SEPTE3IBER 21,
'ib4 Bm,,,01 Physician, "has no equal as a blood
pu iner Uearluir of lta many wonderful cures af
tiall other remedies had failed. I visited tho lab
niory, and couvluced myeelf of Its Kcnuine merit.
'l?,r1L'l'ri,' from barks, roots und herbs, each of
wiicn is biehly effective, and they are compounded
liifucb a manner aa to produce astonishing results.
Is ho Rrcat blood purifier.
' ' VEGETINE
VIII eve the worst cmc of Scrofula.
Isrocommcndcd by physicians nnd apotbecariea.
IUs efV.cted some marvelous cures in casis of
t'nrvs the worst cases of Canker.
Meets with wonderfil success In Mercurial dlseosci
Will eradicate Salt Rhejai from the eystem. Ej
Rtmoves Pinijiiee and Humors fm the f.icc.
Ct.ris Constipation and resuhtes the bowels.
I- a valnable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restores thecntir; system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Re'.kve Falutnc-sg at the stoniac'a.
Cure? Pains in the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Compact.
Is effective In Its cure ofen'e Weaknesses.
Is the creat ".'ms-y for General Debility.
' M Till BEST
VEGETINE. PREPARED BY
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTOI MASS.
Veffotine is Sold By all Di'tifffists,
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. .
THE GREATEST AIEDICAL
TRIU3IPI1 OF THE AGE.
Dn Tfrr has succeed
d lu combiuliiL' In these
idlls the heretofore an
laitonlHtlc (jualities of n
l re ui lien int;. i iirpmu
Their first aniiareiit cf-
CI RE DYSPEPSIA.
feci is to Increase the np
petite by cau-inu the
food to properly nssimi.
lute. Thus the'system Is
nourished, and by their
mule action on the discs-
ilveori;uns, regular and
healthy evacuations are
The rapidity with
which tho person take
. CI RE PILES.
CI RE FEVER anil ARn
n llesh while under the
lulliieuco of these pills,
indicates their ndupta
J ill i t v to nourish the bod-
CURE IflLIOL'S Ci'LIC
Iv, henco their elllcacy In
ciirlatf nervous rtuhility,
iWstln? of th muscles
Cure KlUNt i Complaiul
liiKKlshnest of the liver,
Imparting health and
strength to the ytem.
CURE TORPID LlVERlSold
PRICE S CENTS.
53 Murray Street.
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY .
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor.Nlnetoenthitrcctsndl PniWi Til
C. O. PATIEB & CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, September 23, 2 p. m. "NVlioat
buoyant Winter, 10s2a10a 4J; Spring
Os 9s 4il; California avcrnge, Os 4il
103 3d; California club, 10s 3 J103 Cd.
Cora 5s 54 '
KBTV YORK CHAIN.
New York, September 23, 12 :15 p. m.-
Whcat irregular No. 2 Chicago, tl 18
1 19; No. 2, Milwaukee $1 20; Red
Winter, $1 10! 23; No. 3 Red Whiter,
H at; Ko. 2 Amber. SI 2fl.' fVirn
firmer No. 2, 55.
CfirCAGO GRAIN AND rKODl'CE.
CurcAoo, September, 23, 10 a. m.
. Corn-October, 38; November, 37.
rork Octuljer, fO 20(39 22.
Wheat November, $1 00; October,
Oat j November, ; October, 27.
Chicago, September, 23, 12 M.
Wlieat November, 11 07;; October,
Pork-October, $0 22 y,.
Cora November, 37;: October, 38.!-s'.
Oats November; 28; October, 27i8'.
Curc.voo, September 23, 2:30 p.m.
1 05 ,'; October,
Oats Novcmkr, 27; October, 2C?8'
$9 OS'j'eO 05.
!?S 40; October,
Chicago, September 23, 10 a. m.
Estimated receipts of hogs, 15,000 head.
INCREASED OPPOSITION TO TJIE QUARANTINE
IlESTr.ICTIONS-ANOTHER CATHOLIC PRIEST
STRICKEN TUE SITUATION AT CONl'OR
Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 22. Sixteen new
cases, twelve of them whites; and six
deaths, five whites, is what is gleaned from
the health office records to-dav.
The sick are not doing well to-day.
Many of them who, it was thought yester
day, would pull through without trouble
are found to-day in a dangerous condition.
Among these are Mrs. J. S. Prestidge, Mr.
Dabney, the signal-service man, and Lyttle
ton Penu, the City railway clerk. Several
other cases are similarly affected. No cause
can be given for this, other than the change
nbleness of the weather which to-nightcalls
for the lightest character of summer cloth
ing. Rain is badly needed but there is lit
tle indication cf it.
The death list to-day includes Peter II.
Donnelly, the Poplar street grocer, nnd W.
S. White, the telegraph operator. Other
new cases are heard of not down on the
health books, umong them Father Rcveillie,
the French Catholic priest aud lecturer of
St. Peter's church. He is tho fourth priest
stricken this epidemic, the other three hav
ing died. Father Rcveillie is said to have
met Bob Ingcrsoll in debate on the subject
of hell, the debate taking place in Boston.
The Howard meeting did not curtail their
forces, as their acting president induced
your correspondent to believe ' would be
Tho adjourned meeting of citizens at the
Cotton exchange to-day passed a series of
resolutions urging the modification of
quarantine regulations or tho entire revoca
tion of them. The resolutions point to the
epidemics of 1807, 1873, and particularly
1878, when opportunities were abundant,
as furnishing not n single instance of
contagion from cotton ginned and baled
during the worst seasons of those epidemics
nnd urge the ruinous results of the present
restrictions on tho poor class of cotton
planters, depending on the Memphis
market. Tho meeting was composed of
representative men of Memphis who have
other than commercial interests here.
Two more of tfie Beford family nro re
ported sick with tho fever at Bailey's Sta
tion. That makes tlvo of that family, the
first other having died. Their house car
ried over the infection from last year,
when several persons died there a clear
case of negligenco on their part, ns other
houses had fatal cases last year, but no
cases have appeared among them this year.
The steamer Natchez passed south this
morning at 11a. m. and drew many people
to tl o bluffs by repeated sounding of her
whistle, which was responded to by tugs
at the wharf.
Donations to tho Howards to-day nggrc
gated $570. They assigned twenty nurses
to duty. .
Tho following notice ms served this af
tornoon by the sheriff: v
Memphis, September 22, 1870. To D.
T. Tortcr, P. It. Athoy, G. B. Thornton and
J. H. Chandler, comprising the board of
NEW SERIES NO. 78.
Health of tho taxing district or city ot
Memphis; to John Johnson, commissioner
or sunerintendonr nP
Plunk0tt,E.M. Knight, J. M. Safford, R. '
B. Maniy, John Johnson. E. W. fcolo khrl'
T. A. Atchison, W. W. Clark, secretary,
comprising tho stato board of hWlth t
C. W. Ooycr, Robert Galloway, John Over
ton, MikcBurk, J. M.Goodbar ami D.T.
Parker, fire and police commissioners of the
taxing district or city of Memphis Gen
tlemen : Plcaso tako notice that at 10 a. m.
on Wednesday, tho 24th day of September,
""ore lion. Jacob S. Gallowav.
special circuit judgo of Shelby county, ap
plication will be mado for an injunction re
straining your bodies, each and every one of
jou, your omccrs, ngenU anil attomoys,
from further interference with the entry of
cotton Into tho city of Memphis, no matter
how it may como, whether loose or baled,
or also seed cotton. You can attend and
tako whatever step in Tatu0 :.i
motion you deem proper.
Signed jr. W.Speers, Jr. .
By William S. Flipper, Solicitor.
The thermometer lias ratured between GO
aud S2 des.
Two new cases of fever have developed
near Buntyn Station, four mile3 east of this
city. The sick are two nccrocs named
Greenville, Miss., Sent. 22. Advice
from Concordia, dated Sept. 20, have just
been received. Although seven uew cases
and four deaths are reported, the situation
a trifle more encouraging in view of tho
fact that a few of tho sick at least are get
ting. well. Mrs. Martha Owcnf and Frank
Tobiu, white, and Alice Robinson, colored,
are reported convalascent. Tho following
are the new cases: Mrs. Owens, the two
Messrs. Gibson. Frank Nicolls. .1. Schook
and two colored. The deaths are Geo. D.
Tobin, Mrs. Key, Miko Blessing and one
ARCHERY in onio.
Cincinnati, Sept. 22. Arrangements
have been completed for tho tournament of
the Ohio Archery association, to be held on
the 2d and 3d of October at the Zoological
gardens ia this city. Twelve clubs have
thus far signified their intention to partici
pate. Among tho teams arc two from
Eaton, one from Toledo and one from Ma
rlutta. Among the lmrxs lire a gold medal
for the gentlemen's championship, two
doaon arrow nnd aa nrrow ease valued at
$20 for the ladies' championship. There
will be over fifty contestants lor tho cham
pionships. Yellow Fever. That terrible and de
structive diseaso should be stayed. To
prevent taking the Fever, use Simmons
Liver Regulator. This medicine operates
upon the liver, removes the bile, cleanses
the stomach and purifies the blood.
Oakland, Fayette Co., Tenn.,
January l6 1879.
Gentlemen: Haviug used Simmons
Liver Regulator for a long while, I take
pleasure in announcing it a splendid pre
ventive of malarial diseases and Yellow
Fever. During the lasf terrible Yellow
Fever epidemic, tho peoplo in my neigh
borhood soon bought up all tho Regulator
they could find, and suffered for want of
more, not being able to procure any from
Memphis and other poiuts on account of
quarantine and tho largo demand.
Very respectfully yours,
P. II. DuoaiNS.
Sweet cream will make as good butter
in winter as is wanted in any market, if
treated with tho Perfected Butter Color ot
Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
White butter will find slow sale? thoush
just as sweet. It is the color alone that
makes tho difference. '
A Card To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, free of charge. This grean
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America, Send a selt-addresscd en
velope to the Rev. Joseph T. Instan, Sta
tion D. New York City.
Double sufferers. If the thousands that
now havo their rest and comfort destroyed
by complications of Liver and Kidney com
plaints would givo nature's remedy, Kidney
Wort, a trial they would be speedily cured.
It acts on both organs at tho same time and'
therefore completely fills tho bill for a
perfect remedy. If you havo a lamo bnck
and disordered Kidneys use It at oucc.
Another Victim of Kerosene. Last
night while Miss Jenny Robinson, of this
city, was trying to light tho flro with kcro
seue, tho usual cousequeuces followed. A
prompt application of Heury'fl Carbolic'
Salvo relieved tho pain, aud her recovery is
now assured. Beware of counterfeits. ,
That 2 and 2 make 4 is an established
fact none can deny. That Portaline is tho
best remedy in the world for all disorders of "
the stomach and liver, is another fact to
which all who havo tried it will bear testi
mony. It is entirely vegetable, and com
pounded with tho greatest care; caeh ack
ago containing 80 doses for an adult.
Price 50 ccuts. Barclay Bros., Agents.
Bkttino: Is a mighty bad thing, tho fact
is, It never beucflt any ono except the win
ner, while tho loser has a kind of lost look
and feeling But if you can fcot a dewl
uro thing, why then put up your last dol
lar on It., We know of ono such chance.
You can bet your last dollar on Tablor'a
Buckeyo Pile Ointment curing In every case
Price 50 cents, ttorclay Bro., Agentt.