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PEHSOETAIi. i .HANSFSB AOBKTS We are toe only " Ttnorlxed omnibus and transfer ?entslu salt: or exchakge. property on f Jg-tja terms. n fine -chocU.andchtircUWj.ndu o to SOOMS AIJT) BOASB. ruTvr'Pnmished and unfurnished, cool T OOMS KnrniMtji " , month: ref- STRAYED OR STOLEN. PnvY From the Widow Bullock's crossing M. rndTnTK, Saturday night, onegray MueuigIonr.ll hands high, 6 years old, left Ti Uir, -unn will be liberally rewarded by HOOTES A OP. 3W Front M. ec21 LOST. or tn me at WWton Nnrerr. STRAYEO. M Lr vva- m. --r . ."Z 1 Visit flv-io. mnnthR Old. ao aru ..u - .ftM wiLLIAMS. SM miles from city on Lonlstllle Railroad. TJ O SE-Asorrel b.l!L' J-UIt- had 'on saddle and bridle: new M:S?e A llbSia reward will be paid for his shod. AUDerai re""'" ,.r , return, or any iniormsuou - jriui n. r , i. ery win be paid b grjcKHAJI A CO. 354 Front street, oeSs ". . ttt i- n sninrdar nlEht, from Market M C.L.5?nila w?itr mire mule. 15 bands A,- STorttan. sore on right hind foot, mane cat short. Return to sraFpr oeS2 116 FRON-i &Titr.r.x. . .,, vMr Black Fish -AKE-6 BE VMtD hear BiacK r iva AL l, ATa51'f; fA one dark biy refbflnd ofaSln yars oli ineeod eondiUon. I will pay the above re- ward for her, if delivered to me on the eertier of Second and Union streets, Mem- phte. Tennessee, or I wlU give twenty 'dollars reward for inlonnaUoa thatwHl leadtoter recover. JAMES KEILT.Y. corner Union dnd street. M- mphis. Tenn. rnt.E-From the undersigned, one dark i I TnoUSe-COlOXoU. uuuo . , - ii nandshlch: has a large scar on her rlgm fain-had on a leather halter with a lone bra- J rope attached, and has alaijewreon lea side of back. A liberal reward will be paid lor her return wj CARTER A: CO Jlr AJl., - , t ocl7 . .1 T- 1 1 ,.Vlf chestnut-sorrel mare, ,1 -fiS thWn rears old. white spat ,oii will .av ten dollars for return to OB tail. " . KC Poplar street. j.H.GRyr. WASTS. .. . ' .. .. 1 4hn ne-er lost a patient. Addree i manwoouc v.. thliofflee. O IHJSEKEEPER Immediately, noure- 1-4 t.iA fa-vu1 Ann V In Sid ,trs ofSggig PlaVs-U ocl. . CAW-FILING. leln-sawsa aayio mo i O 25 cents per saw. one-quarter oi uioj.ru- ..r.t.(.hTiriil cIvr tn the Howard As - wiSatlon B. W. HICKMAN, ocl Cor. Main ana ueorgia mwm. - " i" " . cvt-c cv. foEiMt uilllne articles A i ha world. Valuable outfit free. E. M. twSE,9jyatan street, New York. Mgl PERSONS wanting Bored Wells, call at KECK, 339 Second st- ,,m-T.H a v-t. vttrvitttre. Feathers O aad HoBMbold Good of all Wadbonubt stt 2tS UeooBd street. ruta .1 M 1 n I A 1 1 1 I . - CLEANING Vaults and cisterns to clean, yfl UnloTstreet. J.V.rOX. 0 FURNITURE, ETC- To pay the highest price for second-hand furniture, stoves, featners, carpets, etc uu mvu.. tv. FOR SALE. DESIRABLE STAHiJ r uti ai.. J I 3. ?E.-GocJstore-ho?se,gln.i?o ---- - . jo aeres land. S miles east of O?!"10?' S'KKjlref ,'ii?Sid .LnSnf lS ??!!?i.,ro cablnl A'soT STeresTmile eaVtof the above. 100 cleared, with cabins for hands, xne aoove win oe . xo tbe Idgbest b.dder, at public sale, on Satnr Aiy.Sli ' ' " rarmersana aina - UK? TiZZZuX cashTbaUnin one year. TumVAJtt t Cc Auctioneers. oci SALOON A first-class saloon, in best bust- ness toeatlon. new and elecantly fitted up, I uBd with a good stock of uquoni. A flnesum-1 TULES Eight young ana weu umur, , - . 7-. 1 October. 7 13 M Mlifiaaselev's TBrlek Yard, on Over-1 centt per squareof one infh, each insertion. I fufxr! g. JT JacStoemphli ''calh or clty.ac- He also appeals to the ladles and P.o tt" 9 5 UBd VtUl A gOOd HOCK OI UtmOK. jvuupmiiu-iuiu wier ram P II attached to me nuui, iwms " " ferVl5r ,,rtr,.itj-, I lepl" """ APPEAL OFFICE. ,..vni,. home-iike house and lni- ftvedL&aulS it I RnthrtreL JX proved lot. Inquire at mm 5UCTU NGINE A7-horse power portable engine. I J3: AnMV tO Peter MllCneil, Xl iUuluu I MACHINERY A horse-power, gin and press, all nearly new, will be sold cheap, at3l Second street. J'15 rHSIUENCEH-Two uncle resiaences in me 1 AV Titus block, corner Market and Third su. Apply to iiAKnia g- nuw". 1 -J rif I AUiiM ui " Ti" I .SOU totwenty acres, on both sides of the Uleslcflnnl prdarTennerroa.nveniiiw , ap2 No. 218 Madison street. , . .. NGINI-CUBBIN8 Adams st, J'j have for sale some of the most snbstan-1 4a! and elegantly finished staUonary engines m thn TTnttMi Htates. Tlie llxnOKlllon enirine. I . . to mneh admired by thousands. Is among the umber. JtlsSO-horsecower. Gentlemen de-1 im5 "i.'T! V .Z.T.r.- examine. For simplicity and strength they I nrenottobeexceUed. fell Svmv- . w,r .dl,,;a"on. ipe overture to Juncrni, Dy airs. I SuJt 17 J io?in-l!S?h TePe. WhlUimore and Miss PatUson, was well JZSF'TiJFS lotimncn received. Our correspondent concedes his t-Btybelt. Inquire at fl9 ADAMH STREET. FOR KENT. COUNTRY RESIDENCE Fine country res 1 Mesee, modern, In thorough order, fur M&hed or sot, on M. and a It It-, Buntyn Motion, fifteen minutes from city. Apply to uc address W. L. CAMERON, eJ0 261 Hecond street. . . -. . . . ................. . , trrtSesSrtOrt. beautiful Dlaee. Applyto : ; i . 7 . " " . - i TwKE AND DWELLING 161 Beale street e. i ;J O exeetlent stand. App) ly at premises O. II. P. PIPER. . IW front street. w nmiU liaallhliu, tUm Vi I rl 1.1. t 1.1 1 M K ated-in the city. Families would do weU 1 to caM and examine. No. 392 Bhelby street. OFFIORH RESIDENCE Residence on Wellington street; offices. So. 3 Month I . . . 1 ... rp I TTTRt.KV I uutiiiiuwi -rt t i 1 J 1-' - - . , sel9 ttbi Madison street. krmaVIa HOTIHE Corner of Shelby I .""V-?-1 ."rriTi.ri .51.,; I ftit Once to John Somervell, office 308 Second wtreet, corner Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. sep!8 "tOTTAGE-New cottage-house, situated at j intersection of Lauderdale street and Her iAando road ; only a few steps from street rail-.- ,n i ' ii ii k TniiT n j 'i l'ij ... .....-. ., ep!6 No. 8 West Court street. rjOUBE A des'rable house on the line of JJL H et naiiao street railway, wimin ten min utes walk of Court sauare. New bouse, mod t-rn style, and one of the healthiest localities tu tbe city; eight rooms, bathroom and store iuoid, excellent water, good stable. Apply to H. A. MOORE, 315 Second streeU r TOREHOOSE The splendid storehonse,No. I ry 2Uj second street, ironung uourt square, I io V. Baolealapo, or to UV.V 11,-1 1 Mj II . .J. I'.ULU 1 lVl. rt "J I BELCHER A FENTRESS, Atfys, No. 2S1 Second street. fcepll ly ESIDENCES Dwelling, 8 rooms. Union St. I v. Also. sUDuroan Fehiaeoce ana u acres. - MINOR MERIWETHER, 810 Hecond bU rriHE second and third floors of 331 Main sL, J. very light (being on corner or an alley), hultable for a wholesale notion bouse. Apply to oPlLER oc HI AN. riToHEHniiHR-Xo. tt Beale street, near O Second. Also, residence No. SO Orleans sireet. near Poplar. Apply to LOEWEN 8TINE BROS ly& 348 Main street. OFFIOIfl Cottages, and one storeroom on Main street. Applyto ULlUil., X AIM A U-1 rt rt, myffl 27K Main street. I I . n TTATT wuii w r.4 SmA u.i will dclif u U JUU Uimml UM 1 k14 firtl-L. RIRMI 1-Qlo r-.nluBll.f ts, run bmtitit TiV W The WHITS CHIEr.B?2i Wl Lb raotrt T tva MtwJ J4crlftoe uri& tui I AUUQ l st ait sisialaf i I fUai tt dmlavra. wlLk 3D liBlM UlstV. flsll lor div 1W. tui) MTtlo utmu, ftB4 brief tvoeoBl f kit lAft end Trc i Trade Zd. C F. VIVT. F Ciaaiai.U4 I ri?.. ' VSrTrtS Vn fln7 1 No. 1W. Ford vs. Dennis, continued ; 102,Welsh M.w'r'? wfl rtSi'rr, cart- - 1ortr' heat; 10 1, Molfttt vs. W C Rrooks, Iff&-ftE .Aw3.y..1 passed; lof. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE ASS i sianu. nmj v uTTT.v Freiabt and AceommodaUon Train 'Tools dare to tread where angels leaves dally, Sundays excepted. fitlO sun I bashf ul took." For an illustration, see tbe Mall Train leaves daily-. 11 Jo am I foolish presumption of.some avaricious liQUor Nashville Express Train leaves dally 4O0 p.m dealers in tampering wiui in uvea or me in- nocent by palming off a poisonous decoction, No change of cars by this line for Louis- either by the gallon or in counterfeit bcitles vllle, Ut- Louis or NasbvlUe. Pullman Palace and label, for Dr. McCfcbo's genuine i-'edi- o.irint7wttrs on all nieht trains. I cated For Ticket or Information apply at Ticket Office, 'o. 287 1-2 Slain StreeU JOHN T. FLYNN, Bnpt Memphis DlT. JTaxxs r viv' AgenL Jyla 10 APVEBTtSBBS. Am fceen. stated fr6m tlie first dau of the publication of the SUNDAY APPEAL, it is a dis tinct and separate issue, and no advertisement is inserted in it unless specialty, orderedjand paid for. NOTICE. Hereafter all Advertisements amounting to less than five dol lars must be vaia lor vasn in Advance, except by our regular customers. r C. O. LOCKS, Bus. Mgr. M. Appeal Pub. Co. LOCAL paragraphs. Remember the "widow and orphan. The expenses of the Howard asso Hon ore 12300 per day. Hack No. 51 broke down on Main street, near Madison, at a late hour last night. Will not our wealthv neoDle who are at a safe distance, send as aid ? duly a few of mem nave done anyimng jet. A Memphis refugee now rusticating In Perrysburg, Ohio, telegraphs us there Is nve inches oi snow mere sou guuu ueiKmub. A man named "Yancv died in Haw- llie dance with the facts presented above, A neero was arrested by Messrs. Cochran and Cyrode yesterday lor stealing nve oarreis ox nour. xiio jrojicri. wi is covered. Esquire Spellman held an inquest yesterdayoverthereraalnsof a man on Front Street. 1 he J nry returned a verdict that he I hi. h-T.iin.fvr. VT,. -P. I mrs. j-iieii uuuu. a iiuise uuui uu- I bile, is missing. Any Information with re- gsrd to her will be thankfully received at the I office of the Howard Association, Walthall Intlrmary. U Hi IUO f aio, Havnes. at the commissary, 135 Main street, issued rations yesterday to nearty lwo hundred families for one week. The major has efficient assistants, and any g establishment will jee that business la conducted on tint-class principles The m& of cotton which sold here forflften hundred doUars and which was sniPped to 8t Louis, there to be sold for tne beuefltofoar sufferers, was disposed of yes- and brought ninety dollars, the pur- chaser shippUigTt immediately to CincinnaU. A subscription list tor the ilattie Stevenson monument was hung up In the or tcp or the Howard association yesterday and thirty dollars was put down In less than ten I mtnutes. We hope our citizens will show iiicii ji,Jitv-ii.vikiii u, uiu dnct and erect asultablu memorial over her remains that times effacing hand will never erase. rhe steamboatmen have contributed UberaUy to the sufferersof Memphlsdurins thi. HAll,titlanj4ln, tfi. fa.t that I every ooat coming nere nas Deen iosing aiuuej I for some time past, and it looks, saj a cor- respondent, like maklne a forced contrilu- I tlon on them to ask any of them to give ten Unl. r wl In iHitlllm, Inthnlr almtilr cords of wood in addition to their already llberal donations. Twoconieaof iorresVe Camoaiant. now being sold for tbe benefit of the orphans, were Dougnt yesteraay oy itav. t is. unoman, one for citizens of btevenson, Alabama, 1.1. , V, C-ne.A ... V. I . n Hnllnvs I the other for citizens or Winchester, Tennes - I lhmuih J.T. Merrltt or tho chamber of I i fnr .-To-Ti .lnllAnt nrt lTtv.flVA fenjjl. other friends In the country who feel bnKl buyThUluabybook. It iTdo- I nated by General Forrest and all proceedaof cosnuoir aupwrai eooaia mou m '"- tliesalesgo to the orphans. Mr. Chrlsman vm pieiture in buying the volume and 1 r-iin.. tn tha nnnhr I Jm . t 4i i- .uv ue . iw.n.w 1 force of our city are sick with the prevailing I disease: Captain O.K. Weatherford, Patrol - men Thomas Farrell. W. G. Mcllvalne. Pat Hackett. John Jenny, ("has. Knnholz. Eugene MeAnllffe, O. B. Pickett, Mike Malowney, John Clancy, T. D. Franklin and C, L. Morrl - son. Of these, captain eameriora ana "V Messrs. FarreU, Hacket'. Malowney and Mor- nartlcnlarlr Pickett. McAuliiTe. I - - .- ... - . . . . . i uancy ana t ransiin. oince me appearance I of the yellow-fever, the police rants nave M 'SW;" VJtJEL S? .f?f .1 &'jS& I men F. Birmingham, P. Cuslck, John Cam I pen, James Flupatrlck and Thomts O'Ma Dr. B. F. C. Brooks, formerly a citi- zen of Memphis, and at present editor of 'he I Indrpendrnl Worklngmcm at NashrtUe, has in-1 augurated a scheme for the benefit of the or- phans of MemDhls and NashvUle that is mosT commendable, and we hope will result in a I ,h rn.th, 1if .t th h.iw uuleeV' He raiVareed to t aldde one- uiue one. Ale nas agreea to set asiae one- i fourth of all moneys received within the next two weeks for sublcrlpUons to or advertise- ments In his paper, for the Benefit of the or iS'JSSSXiJSSr. lonth with the iecelnt of Messrs. Sax t hankers oi Nashville. -with -whom the I asylums of the two cities. Snbscilption to the I T., nnW.iMnr,n )r,tln - ,...! 0 I rr,,. ..r." rr::"i, - s - of the State and ekewbero to aid In this mat ter. If any have a preference as to fflilcli asylum tbe money they raise shall go. It is o.dy necessary for them to designate the uevcanwj iw luwu ucaJKuaic I muw wiku mej umutu mm ums, vwci.iw It will he dtvldnl nnnallv. without reference to ideation or creed. " We are very glad indeed to learn, as we do from a correspondent present on the occsslon. that the concert for the benefit of the Memphis sufferers, given at Corinth, on I Jiuunaj lllu. it, a L-vu.piCk buiwb, I which was handed to the Howard association yesterday. As we before stated, this really recherche affair was gotten up by Mrs. Tepe, a lkdy known for her amiability uud cenerou3 charity. She vag the very sou t.r'..rr:,:iVL. lOI tnu occasion, the second concert she has uui, iuo .c.j wui given.we oeneven tne same eause. xne audi- 1 ence ureneufc was lu ecsiacjea over .lie iienorm- ance. UldeoD, our lamous and our best tenor. I ient Ms services as conductor and sangseve- ance. Gideon, our famous and our best tenor. of his besi song-. Miss Ennis, our corre- I snondent alsosa.ii. sanz better lhanuI ever I heard her." "The Conquered Banner" and I "Wont you tU Me why, Robin" were Ler soles, and were admirably rendered, the fair telng fully Imbued with the spirit of lne occasion. Miss L. PatUson sang "Walt- , to good style, and in the duett, ":See ..." .... ( . ,....(,v. f-( , ' , ,uvioiviuvvu, niuiuun;uAuiy.TOi ucinru It wa, Joadiy encored, as was the trio,"Protect ... Thmh' lhB fw,ino. xiuht hv mhu. Knnls and Patterson and Mr. Gldeou. The ri..,Ths u-itv,. h m.. -viI niauun. SS, ked'piecor vocal- tzatlon. The overture to 2uncmf, by Mrs. I fhi. I Interesting letter by assuring us that Mrs. I I TeDd "deserves the lion's shjim of Annlnusa I for this concert." Our neonle will remember I i tne last to ner credit, uod bless her. LAW BEP0BTS. Snpreuie Court Special to the Appeal. Ortlfc.Tll.li . M UCIUUeiM.vUlW UWliVb maie ior jonon vu. wasu. coDLinuej: n. -'."-Vj " .5 .KSi ? Jones -s.Apperson, continued; lis, Rulman v. nou, cuouuuw: 113, jqjcd vs. jiHuueu. 1 continued: lit. Maddenvs. Joyce, continued 1115 Bruce vs. Norton. tASsed-110 Memnhis 1 I ''?c?. 1?. ."M'.Xt. Vrr??Vit. Mtmpnis vs. iorneii, paaseu; 111, ncaman vs. r egan, a I - 1 . 1L " em phis vs. vs. RenkerL heard, man vs. Dtuiman, UXI0N AND PULSTEBS BASK. tsi. n.nk t, . n ft.A I T1U" now prepare to false I 8. P. UCAD, Cashier. Memphis, September 30, 1873. THE DAILY APPEAL TTAH A r.ATinvn nTRITIIT. a TTn"W THAN ALL THE REST OF THE MEMPHIS DAILY PAPERS COMBINED. ClXTaAT. A T'PTIllM llHITIl, U'Vlltrtt IMamon it Co.. 210 Ma.ln streAt UM,nl.. i.-.'-v...i ... days and Salnrdavs. Koliiirt. oil vin,i. i Ktiy I iiie Various cnurciic 111 mo uiwob hou ciiira i hanidocket-tiii. Btephens, Jackson, S1U: J. W. D., Jackson', S5; and citizens of the city of Burlington, Iowa. .taiwenupanu on hearing. .--j.-.-j-, . - ---r iTTA and through you. to the desUtuto wareaatrtdn-ercbairtdlse fnrtiftlA Amni.wvim t..iii,rnriiiaiiii(ri'nnifmm vellow-fever. ltls for storage. Liberal advances made. I , 1 JJR. A. ii. KXMBRO has permanently -etrtut ,Krt.. A-.-- 1 1 . .. . I located at thetcorner of Real nmi klcvh I atreeU. over Uoerner's drng-&tore. All oiclers I tCMUW IV UO vU JX3 1UUUU Jib 111 U .111 CO Ua.J If yon want to 111 re or bay a rood sad. die-irtOrse, no la iiau s kak, aa union and ureeu Dr. Buchignani's Antl-blUona Bit ters, Indo-Americana, only tnlne selling now everywnere ior tne cure oi uver uisease. Jian ufactory, 90 Vance street. The cheapeet and beet Steam Dyeino HANSON & WALKER. may Mr. your Blackberry Brandy. To i . A new article of food for the sick, just received from Reading. England, by Messrs. Huffy & Carey, No. 209 Main street. TUB FETES. TTrcntsVen.peathBlroMyeUow-FeTtiM Yesterday , Three from Other Cbums. aames and Kesldeacts of,iDeccdents Reports from the Howard 'Asss clflllon end KellefiCom- mltteesr Appeal bj the Howard Association to the People of the United Slates Aid Sadlj Needed S ? Inter es tine Letters from Correspond- cnts The "i"aicrGnre, as iSnc cefsfallr Practiced bj Dr. KIbbee. APPEAL FOR AI. Orncr. Howard abwciatiox, 42 Madison,! ifcvpiiia. Tens.. October iLliii 1 To those sympathising wth suffering human- lty everywhere: The yellow-fever Is not abating, and God onlv knows when it will. Seoiesornewl only mum " . I eates appear daily. Over one thousand are . i r.,. win nnt mrnurci- now sick. Our funds will not pay our ex rvnses six da vs. From the sick and dying veu ' the cry of distress and suffering comes steadily and loud. For their sake send us moneyed .. , , , relief to tirocure nurses, stimulants anu , , , ,ip. nQW than nourishment. W e require more now man eTer Send all donations to a. u. uui'ui ldent Howard. A-oclatlon. A. E. FRAUKLAND. J. O. LONSDALE, J. J. MURPHY, J. U. EDMONDSOX. W. J. SMITItf Fpeelat Cummlttae. aSOBTCiCIT REPORT. The following is the mortuary report for Uio twenty-four hours, ending at six o'olock, Oo tober2,lS7g: .ASIE. AGE.; CACSE. jBESID'jCE Willie Thomas-I 16m'ehrn'c ds'y uuknown N l.el'w-fever Hullns. Mrs. Purcell Mrs. Walsh Mrs. M. Smith Mrs. DHHaeslz yei'w-fever rrontst. 'yei'w-fever' unknown yel'w-feverOreenIaw. lyel'w-fever 'STurlcy. Eliza McIJerm't, X. Trace? A. Brlenlolo yei w-iever uiu. yel'w-fever yelw-fever jyel'w-feveri Poplar. Clay st City irspl City H'sp'l Wm. Dwver. 11. iucanmwja- I t. J.camrbell Toe l.nmilff, ,gen'iueo-y vel'w-feveri Infirmary I Mrs. Richmond yel'w-feverl Monroe st; ininaan - orownea innauui.il I tepnen uarry J525J I f . -11 ( 1'CllTl -TJ Z,ZV"S 1 ing Jentzenhes tfiarlen Flood- ve -w-feverfe Caused I .T T-TfrIiriff- li!;i." it," . . w .w - Tnomss Unnn. aj w-ieer "JJ-""11"'""- VS ill inihkZii - S SXZ-Z 12 JgJg" H. F-Inpraham. 31 yei w-feyer 4S. Main. Michael D.fgani is iyeiw-iever ij iropiar. August Herton. K yerw-iever rouiut nmiPrwitiiiii .tri vel'w-fever 227 Main Mr) R berst 70 yePw-fever-Greenlaud . jyg i-jeary . n jei w-iB,irf. .aum I sonhleUrirfing 3S yerw-fever(3S6 Laudar'e 1 Amanda Potter' 30 yel'w-feverl Ji Main I tr-ninwi Total. 30: yellow-fever. 27: otherdiseases, 3. 1 io"" " ,c J.H.ERSKINE.M.D., President Board oi lieaim THE DEATH ROLL. The following shows the deaths from all day when the presence of yellow-fever uls Announced up to and indullve of yesterday: Date, Total. Kentember 11 PH?.1 II srStSrUiCi l? 2lStTJih; lsf 21;,; 18 "E"?S'i7Xi ZsfimhSr "i ! epiemuer-i 2S!ES: tanltu,Piw n 7' Rf b1r 26;:0 Sentember2' 15 -ePtember27i. 21 fSSiSf1" 6c obe r. rifAiSr UClOOCr. October. October IB October 11 October XTjfl" JurXhli" 121 13, October H ni-tfllwr IS 11 f0.01 ! li Octoblfc bZ October... is, s. October 19 ao October. 20! 17. October 2i IIOU'AKlt A!4SOCiATJIy. I Annlleatlons fcr nurses. 41: anmlcatlons ur-. onnlltlnn.. for nmm to he filled. -o-i-i-rr ' i 17. n,o. ..rnnnTC Ll lO 1 111V1 11U1 vinut District o. x oick, oi: new cases, i; uiea.i. District No. 3-Beat B-Slck-; convaleslng, IS; new cases, g. ... uisinct-o. -eai -n.-oic., , t"ai- cent, 11 District No. 11 56 sick; 5 deaths; 4 relapses. District o. is .o report. District No. 618 sick ; 2 convalescent; '-r 1 naa;anewcases;iaeavu. Nnrt.ii.hnir Dlstriot No. 7-SO sick: 12 conva- I lecent; 3 relapses; 2 deaths. . District yo. S, south half-Sick, 22, con- AFisinci jiu. valescent, 4. District No. 8, District' No. 8. north talMSek. 27; con- vaiescent, w, relapse, unuiis, a; new cuses, I died. 3: new cases, 9. ,eA?: new.5as5s'- . ,. c., ,. Ansu-ici. -o. o, ikm v-iiitK,u tuuvmw. cent. 7: relapse, l: new cases, 3: yellow-fever. - ... - - I I ntet.1., Vn r. U 1 f. in All 1-AnVfilH.in. I Dimict So. 4-iSick. 138: convalescent 17: i .,11 . ...... L-.n O U1CX4, it. 111. 1 1- lHstrlpt No. 10. west half 31 sick: 6 dlsmiss- f d ; 5 convaloicent; 1 relapse; I death; 1 new case. District No. ll-l?lck. li; deaths, 3: new iSh.! -n i Kiev "i- in valeij-ina- f IeJz?i-riei rSS. l M S r nour enKAji 1 - "hv the rttowanl ossm-la I rtiM-Orem .',5?cfc tlon. October ISd: John Hnlt'lmorV. ihrouirh Mnrrv & Rideelv. S . ' i IY liti't ,?J?. ' ..' " ";. . . - ,..7 Vi 't . ' ' 1 yo'onelL.M. Mnney, Jackson, $10; Judge J. it - mppm, Iirownsvnie,5iu; cuizensoi-uount I ..,"; t,n .. Krtonilii rsiiof mmmii. v ,. 1 1 I Fever. Other causes.! 8 1 0 S 12 J 6 1V ZziiZZIZZZI iJcT 12 8 , aj.- ioIZ 10JZII Uio. Z j 9 I 20. 6l 21 , 9 ;30 n an i'l is 1 is ! in. 17 I AT, 3ZZ.1 ' 21 ! 40. . . 4 S4 20 j 61 6 ZrSzZ j 17 r.HZ ZZjhZZ 7 43 10 1 st: 8- 31 ! 10 -11 . 9' 48 11 J 56 5 7 Ji.45 6 ' 51 40 tl j 57 II ! 52..... II 37 1 S 1 38. 11 I S7. 1 2 I 82 "3 20 , 1 m2Ci,Sr, Ml naii-oic. cu; uieu, MaRoolo jodge; No.-33S.6f Coldwater, the rB: oi? .T. lii..rfi.f v-i, - Tt .i-v. e r,r,vo mUtance being made by-J. M.Garrard, Esq., South-half Dlunct No. 33 sick: 5 conva- th lojo Vervtrulv lescent ; 2 deaths; 1 new case. secretary 01 the lodge. e g"lyJh Dlstriot No. 2-35 sick; 1 new case. J. J. iiUooxt cnalrman. I thmiinh II 11 Iniw.kJ f 11 -11' Ul- Wm II I 1 1 1. A If .1 1 11 1 111 Id 11 !1 1 1 ni in A iminM, 1.1 n.-i A Co., Cincinnati, collections, 812 60; Uunullng people pt the city Of Memphis, Tennessee, inirton. TnnnessM!. M. K. Church. SS: Snbhfttli. I tbe sum 02 two hundred and lourteen dolinm. school children of clarksvllle Presbyterian I ennren. SE! uowaru Associauon oi uniiriea. t ton, South Carolina, through George H. Mof-1 ..j gI00. Trlnltv church. Mason 0; . M.King, Mason, Ibblliour: Citizens or Augusta, Georgia, through Walsh & I Wright, t25; Citizens of Phillips county, Ar- kansas, thiough Hill, Kontalue & Co.. 1 bale I cotton: w. B, Meeker, ew lore, sio: Colonel I Wm. Johnson, Charlotte, North uiro'ina, S50; a Koor M Rn . lucoiuuiiu. v uv mis. i.rf- I George D. Holmes, Covington, 85; St. John's Episcopal church, Camden, Arkansas , S3 : clt- I iKensnf I.vnehburtr. Vlrclnla. throosh Peter I J. otev. chairman. S50 fthls makes their total I donations to date inclusive, siiwj ; iiarmpnic concert. Sd5 On: William Lamb, through tbe 0 tl6iiail bank, mT. Jacol) Rafter. co lemons tirouEh Wslker 1 Georse Tyfor HanietL US1Sl?'lllh Philadelphia I Brothers & Co. I Si) oiHcerw and employees of the Memphis ane i.naiieiuirt ruuruuu, oio. iwuii. ui i . io. j.r. wjBtMBsusi, tsecy. AJivuuuasU) a-. wwiuer u. aoo, rrofcldent IXoward Association: I)kas Hir I hand vou herewith a check for $30, being the balance oj the collections of sufferers. "This makei J1M0 subscribed- by ..nhhiini for Memnhis. An v mure that mav LiVnCODUrEH CUUUlUUUUlja MS UIO 4IAULU UillH I K hTnitaf n will & forward ou. llr. 01 be handed us will bo forwaid jou. Reptci KjUBLlIXUHXX XVU11C VUUrtJilA L LrtX.-. Cavoes, Ahk., October 20, 1873. President Howard Association: 1aH HIR inciObeu pieasu una ssi ior wo une - half of a contribution made by my little nock yesterday in cnurcn, ior jiempuis anu Shreveport- Accept lt with our prayers that xiiic 11,1111. . 1 1.11. - . . . , . j . 1 God may bless you in your woik and boon . . I 1. .1 ... . 1,1., V . I-11 H1 Tl ll frftm .AH, ItV I withdraw hU heavy hand from your ci city. Faithfully yours, II. B. WHtTKMOHE. Rector St. John's Episcopal Church. MEjtriits, October 22. A. D. LangstalT, President: Deak Sib Please accept sixty-five dollars sixty cents in i currency, the proceeds of a rai and almost constaaUy on duty since his :ert given at Corinth, Mississippi, and 'or-l,.,,! and the order aro taklnc the very SPiiS I7e aJ-VlV' ViJIi'Jfi-1 . TrCr . . .. ..T ,XiiT... ,ViT- w7,-.T 1 W 1111 UU UUUVU. HI 111.11 , V W MrtW u " WrtU WT- I soclatlon. Acknowledge receipt tnrougn tne I puDiic press, very respecuuiiy, IIERZ0G4BR0. Covikoton, TrttuN., October 21. Mr. A. D. LangstalT: Deas Sia-Inclosed find a postofflce order cent for i from a liiend In tie counby, for tbe benefit of tbo vellow-fever sufferers. You Shad's ileaLStaBttkt vou soon be relieved. Lremaln. yours truly. c. U. A-t CAisOAAA. JVUin Ll LU V, UEOROE b. HOLMEd. CHAKLgrrE, N. C, Ootober 21. W.A. WheaUey: Pv me Howard sssoclaUon. for ine. Ja). for I Ti,r Knr rJ,-0' .iT.Tr.f.Hrti M.mrihl, rtnir-riim inil rhin. I friend, yt rti.irtiiv.iii jyu.iniv.x, nurnmuuv..! i&niiH vuiumtrtV, the Secretary of the Howard Association: . . . t 1 n.ul fl,r4 SM nmnnnt. nf An IhaIIa- I . mi. rt ii t.ii'- .I "i -."iviivu i me tnV.n tin vesterdav at my aDDOintment atl ih- Clark&bnrg. Tho congregation M as small. Qnea. Mr. Charles Jlandall of Fours Is still 1 Which now devastates our city has rob! ThaosR Wt Uttle. It !ar be of wm Unt&l to th.sufr.rtsB. Youri.mpwtt Pastor HttatiBtjdoClrcult TonnHsee Confer' enceMethodUt Episcopal church. , , CI.ARKHVII.I.K, OctObet K. As:D.LttngstafyPreadentt n!H mih I haml vou bv express 33. on- irtbutlonof the children of the Prosbytenan KnnM.niiinninf nu cltv. to the needy of Ulemphis in their present surftring. Yours 11 AX.TIMORE, aiu uciuuit ... Murray & Bldgelyi t Deau Sins We are truly sorry to see,hero livery little or n abatement in the terrible tconrge now afflicting your people, "w "eer an appeal in oarparers for the orphans, will you please donat for us arr" additional twenty-five dollars for their relief, and twenty-nve dollars more to the Howard association, thartHnffAnriuilQntvlththiUiim& If It IS not convenient for you to pay the amount, your draft on us will be promptly nonoiru. I er??a5nx"M. obem.eox&co. BBOWX9VIU.E, Tenx., October 20, 1378. I General O.W.Ootdon: - t .--, I . JrfeAJtSiit InelosldpntwllE Una ray check 1 Tot S.o, which yoa: Will pie ase tarn over v I nowara asbociauon. j,jk.twiiu. L D Lanesuir, President: . .. . trlBhted the small amount of $11 in ld of-the destitute ot your uovasiatea city, we-uupo Yo send yon a little more. Please acknowledge the receipt of this, and let u know If there is any better way of sending tnnds thin lhls. uur Prehbyterian church will lake up a col lection th t nextHabbath we have service. . llEOItQK vrvsastosi Mxxais, October 22, IKJlX A. D.Iinttttr, President. no-AB sntWlth this Dlease find S315. con- trtbuted'byth'offleersand employees of the SSSSSJli loiiQesic&suuucMuiw ui UUi i-i.j. Res- pectful'y, , j. iiosh. Sklha, ALA-Qctob 3 Vi. rimrnnl Mv)ntlnn. Memnhis. Tennesseo: inbehalfoithecltlzensofaelmawesentyon" on tne siiteenin, .per express, siuo j, 0ttwnlpjmMjr,oOQ?5ient'dictatesferthe benefit of the suffering sicli of Memphis, Fof the citizens, C. W. HOOPER & CO, ' Office Howard Association, "1 CHARI.lE3TOS,H.U,Oct.U,l!(73.J President Howard Assocl.tlon: I Dear sir The Howard association or Cnarlelljcri tioath caroijna, moved by a pro- I found sympathy in ypur behalf, have dlrect- know something of the trials which you are Dasslnc. and bes Uiat y m will not measure I our sympathyby the feeble token now Inclos ed, but ftcpept it as a cheerful offering from a slater association, very lesictfairy. your I obedient servant. UEORQE H. MOr FETT, Treasurer. Mason, TBsr October 20. A T.anfstAr ; DeakBir Inclosed find 13 50. an offering from Trinity church. Mason, for the suffering of your city, also an order of K. 31. King, for lone-.barrel'of- flour-for the sarao purpose, verytruiyyourSj t. r . wluuii:. Auoosta, Ga., October 18, IS73. A Ti T ontrutniT. Prp-ililnt; TJkar Sir We take nleasure in inclosing you herewith S23, to be applied to the relief nf youi suaenuK ciuzea.. uuu cuuuiuuicu uj some of our citizens. We trust that you may shortly be Ireed from the pestilence which has o deeply afflicted your city. Very truly yours, w'i-" ,x vvxvium. Msmpiiis. October 22, 1873. A. T). LanratafT. President: LJt..ll Oil. I-UIUUUI IjUliC IT . lUiaj, UUW 111 attendance on the supreme court at Jackson, nas sent me 9iu vo oauu iq you, uj lb u,tu m aid of the yellow-fever sufferers. Inclosed please find said amount. Truly your, yt . tr. it f i:ui t.,,, Howard Afon?' . T 11.. .0.1 We herewith hand you 8132 75, colleot- d 4 j"Dn.t.. Mr. Jacob Walk. i r- ana VHJioua ciuzeus ut ruuKuciuuiUi which, together with SSti 75, paid this day to varions 02,er committees, and $500, paid some 1 time since to the Hebrew Keller Association, SSnTliSivriS . feverAtlll.j.en. ani ror whicn he has poor and fever-fttricken, and for whicn he has tneir anu our nearueit iiiauss. WALKER BROS, i CO. WALTHALL ISFIIUIAEY. Memphis, October 22, U73. Patients remaining yesterday, 'JS; admitted to-day,5; total, li. Discharged, 2; died,2; re- M?-,5??' mainlng,40. cirizEss BELIEF COMMIT TEE. Memphis, October 22, ISTi. I . . Rrlsh chalrman- Dear SlR-We beg to lnclosea check for f), being MtctaMtaa.v fit of our sick and suffering by Messrs. S. 11. Chittenden & Co., New York. Tbey beg also to offer their warme.t sympathy. Very re spectfully, W. It MOORE CO. LocisriLLE. October 20. J. J. Busby, Chairman : JjrAR SIR mciotea p eae nna iweniy-uve dollars, proceeds of a raffle at the Louisville hotel, for a skirt, worSed by a young lady of tli's city. I am hapriy to have been;the me dium of her generosity. Respectfully, 1UU3 1. l-ll ii'ii" Wisona. Miss., October SO. J. J. Busby, Chairman : Dear Sib We will ' send yon' about two hundred dollars by express to-day, lor tbe re lief if tT, unfTMi-wrs- l'h nmnimt was made tap fn a few hours. Yours, etc.. Edl.ors Advocate. Messrs. Ame?,Beattyi Co., donate to the and the same has been turned over to Majora Memphis, October 22, 1S73. Major J. J. Busby, cnalrman: Djcak Bir We herewith hand you 5132 75, collected and contributed by Mr. Jacob Wal ker, and various sympathizing friends In. Philadelphia, which, with $300 paid this day, to various other committees, and SoUO naid bcjma wees since Jq the Hebrew relief as.vocla- ilon,maies u iq, cqiieceu Dymm lor uqr poor and fever-stricken, He writes that ha will endeavor to send more soon. Very truly WALKEK BROS. & CO. Memphis, Tksx October 22, 1S73. Malor J.J. Bn bv. chairman: . DearS.r Enclosed find $02 50, contributed by the following parties: b . Gates & Uro., S25: Ous. Straus, Miss Rachel Mayes, A. Hamburg, EfT."" ,r2,i t&'': BJ.. tSSr1" A"ry ai--wiim "i vmii dun. v ery truly. L. NEW BURGER &. BRO, m,-vt.t,t. t,. .im.woi Men Editors Appeai-As aii act of Justice. I l..'j'jr ii ifftttlrBSitSu. irSV. knowledeed as received by me on the eieht- tenth instant from citizens of Coldwater. Mis. Memphis, October 22, 1873. Vulnr T T IliKhv. rhnlrmnn Iirar Hte Herewith rjleaso find "eonv cif teleffram lust received from Messrs stiid. leieeram just receiveu irom wessre. otuac- J,SnfS'wi disuosea 01 as you imnn Dest. witn nigu ap u.WSil preciation 01 your services in tne cause or - WICKS TERRY fe CO Mesrp. Wicks. Terry & Co, yon mm sell one of our wairons nnd irl ve J.ttvL ?fi 5.".?..? .WVCUl brtrtO DUUrtl.n, auirt unifjl, .IIDOOIUC innnrni - ivinni s - H urti K kh ihdk w w uvvv m-. v MAYOR'S OFFICE. Young Men's Christian Association. Au tt&J&l?Jrz & Vi-u" I AJlU mUtlM AW A DlliiCA VIM -S-MSUAfM UCk AA , Overstotz, acUng manager, S270 5o; collections of the iTnoune office. New York, per Gordon uiuiuihiiiikuiiivd. V - 1 n jvi uuuu L. Ford, manager, Sal ; I. H. Simser, Jamalta, ?X(.S. cat?' Cl-U2f1s ?.f "nffi!?. .owa' H?"f-:-"?.i . """''i". incoz. wneeune. vvest Virginia, cou; x-resDy ldt Lodge No. usri- p. O. 'Milwankee, Wisconsin. 'lotai, vntj 70. ' . "urtu. . .7'. TotheMavaroflhe L'ltrof MemDhls Tennes r -. - This Is a voluntary subscription, collected' ummy on uie sireew oi our citv. anu vouiii have been Increased to at least live hundred more, butfor the fact that the Free Mnmn. the Odd Fellows, and our Israelite fel- low - ciuzens, nave contributed and sent to you the sum last indicated, He pleased to acknowledge the receipt of the postompe oxuers, wnicayou will receive with this, and accept assurances of our heartfelt ".r in uin.j . luui 1 1 ii-iiu.-. C. P. SQUIRES, A. C. DODGE. ' NoKTOLK. Va.. October 21. 1873. w. W. Thacher, First National Bank .J"?.c"y 0i."?,f '?r elemPnls rr;.3.ijr.ic.s?s. cna8e' and wlU ya arrange with uropir Vnlixi there? GEORGE M. RAIN. Jit., . CMhler Exchange NatlonafRan'k. The above was answered to. send la cur reuuy. help for the nick and buffer WAQQlf AT AUCTION. U"'0 '"Stf AnllSailllS one I tbe corner of Main and. Madison streets, one n-1.1.. j -a a 1 ti ut 1 .i . ."?e. ceicoratea otuueoacacr wagons, oo nated by Messrs. Studebackcr Bros,, of South ucuu, inaian, ior tne oenent 01 tne sunerers. A. E. Frankland, Ebq., tbe well-known auc tioneer, has kindly consented to officiate on inooccafion. - j.j. uusisi, ,. . Chairman Citizens' Relief Committee. i, o. o. r. AU the sick are improving. aii uioiuiiaiuviiiiiiiuiiiigi . lie nun 1C3 were reported yesterday. Donations from I. nKMn OT1 Tn ha nKrtan-A 1 home and abroad, 2135. In the absence of w.H. Moyston alNasb vllle, F, L. McLefresh assumes the duties of day-olerk at the rooms . 11.- . ...1.1,.- ,1 I - v C2 Ul ii. u i il i ill irt,uiiiuuu, iuiu Vrt. rt i i.) null. ia on at night. All the nurses, ihlrty-elgbt in number, are op. duty. One of the best of thee, Mr. Mallum, from Mobile, was taken with fever yesterday. He has been very laltb- xrlval, and the order aro taking the very nest care oi nun. KNIGHTS OF IfYTHIAS. MKMpnis. Tkss.. October 22. 18-1JL No new cases for several days. Dr. K. Blount is still very sice, out ine oociors entertain bones of his recovery: J. O. Smith, convales- and doing very well; Rev. U. A. Lofton, S?'' "?mL YH , . Tweedy, convalescent and dome well; A. HalnesWfe, convalescent and Solng well; u. jHeciean is up anu out attending to pusi- Iness; F-M. Heley 'smother, eon valescent and I UU114K WCll, X . J JHUlUill, v lsiiins uora Vickbbueo, October id, 1873. FIRE BELIEF ASSOCIATION. Five new cases. Mr. Kennett, president of i. . . i w . . ... . . uvsiu, .u i . uuinn oi nuoiDer unes and th.n niiUHrn,, nf Mr. tit-.n .r Hm-k.. of rtry Melt, 21?. rlaUlvarf U alto vtrrles sad althou jb. in nil second wse. the physleisns doubt Sis recovery. Ha battles wen with the disease ena wo nope ce wiu recover, xie naa black vomtt'over week ego. Captain Mc Kadden is better, MrFolej Is out,- the-son of Captain Iteld Is eonvalescing and Mr. Heott and his wife aru doing very well. SnOUDEK-TO-SIKjUIiDEK CLVB. Threo new eases were reported Testerday. James, Butchlnsou is very low, and the wife ana cnua oi james iianaau are in a critics! condition. AH the other patlenta in chares of the club are reported to be doing well. The amounts given below have been received and promptly; and gratefully acknowledged r - .a, . . Xiw-Yortit, October 13,187 -H. T. Tomllnson, President "d boulder-to- Shoolder"clubr Bear Hib Inclosed please And ourcheck for STiO, which wesend as uur mite to "relieve the distressed," ,Very truly jronrs ADOtPHO WOLFE & CO. WAsniHOTos, U. C, October 10, 1873. ir. T. Tomllnson, President: Have sent you Jilt) through the Freedmen's savings' bank. U, W. I1ALLOCK, President Bt. Andrews Socleiy. Mr. N. D. Smith, cashier of the Freedmen's branch bank, of tnls city, promptly called at mesnouiaerio snoniaer ciao neaaquarters. No. 17 WadUon street, yesterday morning, and promply paid over the above amount. LEATSI OISPHAJT A9XLTJJI Gratefully aeknowleiize recelot of J25 from Mr. W. II. Ilarb.,ur, of Chllllcothe, IlUnols; jrjj coniriDuiea Dy citizens 01 savannan, Georgia, through Rev. S. Landrnm; S13 from Bartleti Union eiabbath-School. . . . MkmphWjTent., October IS, 1873. 'MrCyrus JOnsqn,Tfe5idf Ut Leftth, Orphan Dear hik The Inclosed letter will exdaln Itself. I Inclose yon check for 125, amount donated Dy my Dro neriortne Denent or tne orphans. Yours truly, JAMKf? G. BARBOUR. CniLUCOTnE, Peoria Coitutt, Illisois,1 October 14, 1873. 1" Dear JlsoTnER Your letter is received, and I am verv eorrv to hear that vour cltvls so terribly ilUlclod. As there must be many orphan"! who "need aslstan'co'at this time, you can draw on me for S2j, through the banking house of Trultt. Mathews Co., of tb,la place, and , snaq "opqra. -oorotae. Bartlett, Tex:w October 20, 1S73. President Leath Orphan Asylum : Mr Dear SIE-Please find enclosed 313, given bv the little boys and girls of the nartietc union saonatri-scnooi ror tne Denent ot tlie Uttle ornhansln sour care. May the Lord bless every member of your asylum In your laoor 01 love. 1 ours, etc., W. B. WRIGHT, Superintendent- Memphis. tins- October 21. 1873. Mr. Cyrus Johnson, President of Leath Or- pnan Asyium: Dear Sir None are more truly sufferers from the vellow-fever than the helnless chil dren whose parents and means of support nave Deen swept away Dy tne putrid uce of pestilence. I turn over to you, lor the Leutli orphan assylum. 8120 of funds contrlD- uted by tbe citizens of Savannah, Georgia, for U 111 .111 11 CI U 1 ... 1. 1 Ulj JUU13, O. .11.-. .! . THE ITAI.I.Jf ASSOCIATION. Mr. A, B. Vaccaro, vice president of the Italian society, reports that all their sick are doing well owing to the absence of a large nam ber of member i, who left the city, and the ample provision they made for those who would remain and were liable to contract the disease now prevailing. SEA LI 4 DEPOT, 3fo. 3S JIADISOX ST. About one hundred and fifty requisitions ior provisions were niieu yesieraay. a large consignment of goods, consisting of hams' bacon, dour, crackers, sugar, coff.ee etc., were received from Cincinnati and Louisville. We are lri receipt of bills of lading fqr one cr- joaa Of provisions from tne united states novernmeut : also about eight hundred blank ets, one thouauii flannel slUrU, and one thousand sack coats from the government. Especial thanks are due Madame Duke lor donations of several lots of rlothlng to the or phans, most of the raiment having been made Dynerown nana. Colonel MICHAEL NEALIS, C. Agt. Per Captain Thomas Garvky, Adjutant Commissary Sergeant. COXTRlBCTIOKg. Very Rev- M. Rlordan acknowledges tne receipt 01 31UU lurougil me .rnin9t Dank, from the Hibernian National bank, of New Orleans, being a oontributlwn from the Catho lic total amunence-association.. ' John Loasue acknowledges the recelnt of $100 Irora Patrick Ford, Esq., editor of the urua H oriu.coniriDuiea Dy tne Mutual Am ance, iew xoriccity. 1ETJEBS FB0U THE PEOPLE. A Correction. Editors APPEAL-In yonr issue of thetwentv nrstyou say mat a minister 01 ine uospei stated at Colliervillo, Sunday, "that a policeman wan seen driving four hundred ophans"through year, iuwu, xou inrtner state that tbe re port was utterly groundless, and nobody ever heard of such a thing until the church gentle man an onierviiie uiterca it. we tne under signed, acknowledge that the minister did make a statement that a nollesraaii tv.ii setm driving a lot of cbUdren through, yqur streets, uui uc uiu nui iubuviuu luu qumqer, out sim plejustlce to the iqli-Uter. require us to slate that be only gave it as a rumor, and that such a rumor had been In circulation on our street-) lor several days Deiore uiat time. Yours, T.J. MORRLSS. W.T. WAKEFIELD. J. A. MATTHEWS. T.J.BLECKLEY. COLLIERVILI., October 22d, 1873. A G00U tasBC8tion. Editors Appeal I long. Oh I so much, to do toinethlng for the sick, but my duties at uuiue prevent me iromouoring my services, and of money I have none, so I will have to do as a great many are do ng, cbnten t tny sel f wnu -wiim-wpf Jt, - uui vvnipu snail consist or only one small suggestion, and not original at that. One of tbe worth v members of Die Ma sonic visiting committee advised the making of a long gown out of a thick hoavy blanket or shawl, long sleeves high In the neck, and buttoned behind, and liich I have found to have been or so much benefit In oue case thai I cannot forbear asking you for a "wee bit" of space in your vaiuaDie paper to put it Defort) the public, ..oping hat It may prove of bene- uv, 1 1 11 11 1 . 1 j u 11 1. 1 'ii n 1 hi... -.:i.-i. " " F. It. C, Beel street, Tbc Ij1o James A. Carnca. Editors Appeal We read with profound regret the Intelligence of the death of Mr. James A. Carnes, at the Worsham house, on criuuj, uuiu yeiiuw-iever. xne wnier, nav- lnt helm tone fi.siiiiflatrt.ii - telfh tHll il.n.aui,l and auaobed to him by the" strongest ties ot' friendship and love, would pay this last sad iriuuie oi respect to nis memory, we knew him well lu Huntsville. Alabama, where he was a student of that ripe scholar, Dr. Carlos u. omitn. m say ne was a splendid specimen of noble young manhood is bat to do Justice luuu uiLii i.i worm uuu exemplary cnaracter. He was as gentle as a woman; amiable, kind and courteous, and in all his deportment he boie the marked characteristics of a real noble boy. whose future was full of nromise and usefnlness. When he attended school at Huntsville. In 1803, he was, we venture to say; lbs most popular boy In the city. His mind was auleu his Dercention keen and nenetmt- lng:andhe loved to study. His venerable instructor, who now. resides In Hunts yille. win. bear us out- In what we say. bhortly after concluding his course of studies, ho returned to bis home in Memphis and ae cepted a clerkship at the Llttlo Kock depot, in which capacity he labored. falUuollyMintU tho remorseless epldeauti oat him down last i.uuj. -uniy was sitviiH wiui uim, ana ue iscbarsed everv obligation with- mnriro.i lidelity. Altogetfer, he was the noblest speci men of young manhood that adorned and blessed bis time, and in his death, not only your city, but the whole eountrir. nii?n.--i n severe loss. When wp read hi name among tuoe who had. lallen victims to the fever.our heart wa overwhelmed TVlth grief. Though separated from him by distance and towering mountains, and living in a remote section of tbe State, we aie constrained a unv this heartfelt tribute to his w0;tk To his wro-. lng brother tj- v6hreitv. and hla hearihiliirBn Kiatlves in this State and Georgia, we tender our slnceteut oondojence. A noble spirit has gone; a good boy is dead; peace, to his ashes 1 Tt if. -p. ' Ksoxville, Tesx., October 20, 1873. Too Plan ot Contlnnous Charity. Jacksok, Tbnw October 19, 1873. ' Editobs ArpKAL I wlbh to thank you for your favorablo commendation of tho sugi-oi lion looking to an organized charity for the poor of Memphis. Tbe purpose was to relieve those unfortunates or tbe only other altorna. Uve an absolute dependence upon casual alms-giving, wblch may cease with the pres. uui, iwaiiiuucB. por oi our HiriCKen city were never before In such a condition as the i-ummj Miuwi win uuu iu uiu, anu x vrust in Ood they never may be again. Anldeadilie practical operation of tnls charity may be found irom. the fact that under tills plan the lawjers and iudas of tha supreme oourt alone, whoare now In thHniti, Sabbath-day- ono SUudred and seventy-ave dollar, to the uHnwni. unrt .m like smount next Sunday, and this weekly re- ...iL.uiu ni't no vurtrtiiuuuu uuui.uie scourge has dlsippeared, aud for two weeks thereaf ter, Now, In view of the magnificent benefac tions from abroad, this may seem to some per sons a very paltry affair; but lt must be re. membered tnat all ot these gentlemen have been giving something now and then over slnoe the scourge began, and some of them In sums of irom twenty-nve to nfty dollars at a time; andi lt must be remembered also, that alt of our people are more or less dependent upon the commercial thrift ot Memphis for money, and that In the present stato of finan cial asphyxia, very few persons in Memphis or tho country tributary to it, have much more than will buy their dally bread. It was iuvlewoftbls condition of affairs that this plan for a certain and reliable charity fund, independent of all occasional or casual contri butions, was nroDOMal. ir it. i,in on promises, It will bring its weekly offer ing of nve thousand: dollars into the treasury of God. wnlnh will rn v--- rn- ..I .1 .l . 11. ."1 . . Mrtnmv. niUKlllug UIDJIUJri rtjViiiy COUiriDU irtji wiiiua unuseii to maxe nis own remit tance, and in bis own wnv: nnd nnil.,tli. plan almost every jpoor man out of the city wilt have lt In his power to lend something fn tl,A 1 I In n V. .. 1.1 .. ... .. . " n i .1- mi iiuuifiia aim uiiuMienul tlous. and therefore an Afieentn.hln. mar,nA- Of course, there,, U no- restriction upon tbe amOUntOI these WeuklV rontj-lhntlnna nnt. as to the minimum; nor as to their- oon uuuancu, iiiueeu, some oi tne subscribers have slated that they will continue them through tho winter, if necessary. The point to be Kalned Is thecurtaintv and tlnmonii, ,,. ltyof the stream, and to enable half of our uuuiiuiuiiu Mj.uuuutirtii.ruLU Lneir ennr nm th. out bctiuus inconvenience or privation, and miupciiuiiiaiiuuaiiiiiutu iiiuintenance io tne DOOr. "until returning llnnlth nml thrirr will enable them to help themselves. Is it proflta- urtw.irtt uiu uitucuuip uuu nearsaones or tne mm ii 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 v war 1 11 Kiirv vu in. n aniiiH hlbltionof christian charity-which our pres ent creat atronv has worked ml . nm, ihn northern btatos7 It Is a slnlit. m.v.ihii angels glad, and I trast lt will make better best blossinus of Almighty- God sometimes come In a horrible dlfnlfte. RosmcUuIIt, Dais's Send onr Orphna Away. "Editors APPEAlrt The Aipkai. has snoken the impossibility of our providing lor tha twelve hundred llttlo ones that the plague -bed Of oni et mera pirsaU, I'm bat SMzk gjfl, MA , Ml lP -M.AJU.H 1 AM.t uui, J uui wi mi niir-uu, uuii him, 1U1 t&ocglrws Sare had fix caea of reliow.fT: THUS, lOTi la our house three la 1867 and three at the present time yet . a merciful Father has spared all our darlings to cs and it seems un grateful. Indeed, to stand still and see the cmiuren oi tnose wnom aeatn nas so rutniem ly torn from our midst tent from tin to eat tho bread of strangers, to act. perhaps, as "help" in some foreign homestead. For tho brotherly kindness which our north ern and southern friends have shown us In- our great affliction we are deeply grateful, and if the f ntnre affords ns an oppor tunity w hope to attest our gratitude b something more substantial than word. Whole families of orphans are left. Think' of it, ye mothers, if" Ood had called you to heaven, would- your like to see- your Uttle daughter seut to one State, your son to another, never perhaps to look into one another's eyes again, 'till they meet above. No! a thousand .limes no. Our orphans arc our own, we have no right to send them away from tho home of their parents to foreign soli. If our asylums can't support them, let us opeir wide our doors, let each of the many families, whom God's mercy has spared, take a few. Surely when tiealtn Is once more restored, In a population of from forty to fifty thousand, twelve hundred Uttle ones can and homes not as servants, bat as sister', brothers, chil dren. Many a good mother, many a fond father, who now lies in the -hades of Elm wood, Winchester, or Calvary, was stricken with the scourge while ministering by the bedside of theickanddylng. Slfairwesend the little ones of such men and women from the land they toyed T All honor be given the tittle girl-martyr we laid to rest a. few days aso-ln Elmvond. buLmanv another rnartvr has passed to the arms of the Christ "Whose name win never be neara in scing ox siory Wllllnslv would I cive mv mite toward Mattle's monument, but are there no. other names to De inserted tnereon c i-uiau we say .nothing of the rawber, who, a few days since gaveasd no man can give more ber Ufa for tier friend. As for the priests and bisters, no stone Is needed to mark their rest sng places. All the mede they ask alter they have passed through the chilling waters p' ueatn ana are saieiy narooreu in to, ce,e-uai Blty, la to hear the voice of the Master say lngt "Well doc;, thou good and faithful ser vant, enter into the Joy of thy Lord." But let the dead and the beautiful rest, cntll we have succored the living, until we ourselves have clothed, fed and wiped away- the tears or onriune-orphaned siempniftnsr-anu men let us erect a beautiful monument, icouidlng not One but all the names of oar martyrs who gave? up' their lives lor charity, and per- napsmeyvruismiiein messing upon us From the home of the sainted, The realms or tne Die-i, Where, their sorrows all ended. Their souls nave wuncr ref-r. ADA. October 21, 1873. To tbe Citizens of Memphis. In a communication to th.e physicians of Memphis published in 'he Appear of last Monday morning. I stated that twenty years ago I made the discovery that excessive vital beat was the means of turning the Impurities of the body Into poison. I came to this con clusion from the marked Improvement of a case of typhoid fever by so using cold water as to actually reduce the excessive heat to the normal temperature, and keep it iq by .clow attention for a length of time. In later years, during a fearful epidemic of scarlct tever, I mode a deduction which forms the basis of my visit to you in this your time of sore trouble. Noticing that the ca- es of scar let-fever, wnicn were so treated witn cold water, that the vital heat was kept dawn to the normal standard were all sound and well Just as soon as tne lever leit mem, A mnue tne can. elusion that the germinating poison could not find soil to irrow in a human system that was at healthy beat, ninety-eight negrees. i aiterwaru proveu mis io my per fect satisfaction in measles aud cerebro-sDlnal- meningitis. Being satisfied that the principle oi parasiuo me consiituTing me poison in . i. .... . ... . . n r .11. , ,., M IUCMJ 1UIIUD 111 UlllC IV, I.1IUIU 11 111. 1H1UIJ 1 VI nroduce Itself sn as to rirne anV'serinns detri ment to a person whose blood stood at ninety eight degrees of heat, I became equally well convinced that the same law of the conver sion of impurities Into poison by excessive vital heat held good In yellow-lever an small-pox. Actingon this conviction, I wrot to vour brjtrd of he-iliu fume three WiVks .inn that If they would giVe me a ward In one of tneir hospita's, or furnish mo otuer facHltU-a mi Mcauus 3 Cliu w-ic CI (it.i.ir.Ul-, T1M i-OJH water. I would cotne to Memnlils at once, and bring my two young sons M burses, asHUrlnn them mat I felt sure of being able to save every person of ordinary good lieiltb. I heard nothing from them and could not therefore bring my tons with any prospect of making Ui;m useiul. But I arrived here last Tliur'day evening and nave since then been an almost constant eye witness c.r tue ravage or this poisqn, killing pedtte and physicians alike. Last Monday at two o'clock in the afternoon Mr. Hatrertv. who belongs to ir P.UeKrf2 requested rrie H attend a girl of Irish birth, sixteen years old, on Market street, fn the TRus block, at tha residence of Mr, Henry Frank, hoe had been very sick for twenty hours, having been taken with a hard chill followed bra reaction tlist brought the pulse up to one hundred and thirty per minute, and the consequent heat 'was accord ingly high. Her case was, srt severe, that though he had fcen sick' but. twenty baurs, tne urmft was totally suppresod, the pain in her head, back and limbs was very intense, and she hod been suffering- so much fiom nausea and vomiting that there was great tenderness over the region of the stomach, k folded a sheet, wet It lu cold water ntl pttt 1( around her body from the. hi pa to the arm pits. I also wet ' another and wrapped up hor lower extremities I folded several cold wet towels and put about her neck, head, and the npper part of her chest. These sheets were refreshed in tho cold water ami placed back as often as the skin began to feel warm, to the attendant' hand." iter 'pmse fell from one hundred and thirty to a hundred anil the organs, of sscratlim Immediately resumed their functions, and. though tho heat was very great and required the change of tbe sheets and towels every few minntes fur thirty-six hours, her pulse remaining all that time at one nunureu anu niteen Deats per minute, yit she Is now, forty eight hours irom the beElu- nlng ol the treatment, free Ca.is ekces-aye, heat, with a pujse hut little; abave'ihe normal beBt, an Is ible to takq"f3ocL Cltisens of Jiempnis, uau a nqi iej aura mat this would He the resfljt, J would not have exposed my life to this uolson for all the wealth nf Mom . phi", l have fuor other ca'es doing equally nuii uuuci uio aiuiiii ii uami-ui, iuiu x am pre pareu io announce lu you and to, tne world that every ordinarily nealthv Dersofl eun lu. cured of vellow-fever. 'Commenclm- within u it. ii u ii i,. iiuiu uiu uiutvii. iv i li i l ',y ii uieets. i. iimi viuf-K nini vurt, uniiuum ui cum water, and bed-clothina onauuh tor comfort uuriiig lYiumn-uiguu ij. w .ivirtjiini, il.u. ADDITIONAL RITEU NEWS. ILouai. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. Sian al service United States Army, Memphis, Ten n., October 22, 187J. 6: A. it. 3:m i iaw .Jf. P-SL Barometer 2ftSS7 2088 .001 08 x5 S.W. 20X17 Change since lost re no rt XX07I X.181 57' Thermometer . ir xl8 a. Change In twenty-i lour nours.-. Wind Weather XIs N.W. Lt rain, 0.85 Cloudy Lt, rain Ilalnfoll . . 9.7 . 8. "W.RHODE. Observer, Signal Service. United States Army, News Drift. LOUISVII.IJC. October 2L Mbjh Hinpnril Co. are closing their aeoson'sTbusiness, having built nine bareos. seven steamboats, one nro- ?eller and, lbur lock-gates for the canal ha steamer John Howard, loading at Port land, for New Orleans, leaves Tuesday, and the Mary Houston followlngon. Rose Illte Snntc, LOUISVILLE. October 2i-.ThQ steamer Hose GUte struck a loir at Hushes's har. elu-hr. mii.u below this cltv. iroinir down. Inst nuri,, . sunk in three feet or water. Sho had but, little freight, which is damaged. The ferry beat McHarrv went down this aveni ,.. Sump her out. She can ho raised without lfflculty, and is 'insured. In oOtcoa in this city mi .mo iiui4suu ifvt, iiuaureu uoiiars. .PtTTSBnua.OctooerZi The river rose ran. idlv:lastnlaht.butslowlv toJ.iv. tv, now twelve feet of water m the channel. W mi f ll ut- f-1 oil r n ti (1 ir . rt. v KtTClrs by Telegrnritu OAlEO, OclS.- Noon-Arrt ved :han nge. r-itv 3t. Louis, at 7 a. m- Departed; Cit' of Che vor. .neuiimit, iu p. in ; uanno-2 Citv Mem. phis, 7 a. ui. Cloudy and w-m" y jUeul hurg, a p.m.; BUrbr Tborn,, from Evans- linls T?. 9t7r-,r vJtabnrs, from St, tui',.I)eparted: Colorado, for St. Louis, j P.tn. Tbe river has risen one inch. There h as Seen a light rain since two o'clock this after- uuviii. , cttuier Will ill. Cincinnati, Ootober 22. River risen twr. uiiii, in ui icv i, iku lucues. PrrrsntiBOH, October 22.-Tha Monon'eahe. i'- -I 'i-i m C.1.-11U1- nwuirtlisgr, HlUl Olbrt,,r f...., six inches in tha channel. OtjoI "?f were as.ollowss For ClnelnnVi4'1n5S mllllnn nno hnmlM.) Over One Louisville, one miffion th? hnn.li Vnr?l andbttsheLiUorSt,Lau three hUrtldred and lorty thousand liush' SJ,S3i"?a noarlv four hnniirpii '0T Now Orleans, S.3! ifISl,S.t?5P,,i thousand bushels. To- llon. buihels, Probably reach Ave mil- I.fll'T U-TT f T r . 11. 1 M rm . r . t Inn a ... .Ci." ' virtiMrtuei- - a uu river is sia- "u twenty mcnes in tna canal and tne same, on Portland bar. Weather very warm ami' oioudy, with abundant signs of rain. Cimoctitati, October 22. The river has four rtucnesauu is rising, w earner cloudy. f! ASH.cirt.i.15, October 22. River unchanged witn t,wclva inches on the shoals. Weather Crteai-. una pleasant. NVw Oki.ea.ns, October 22. Arrived : Susie PUTbr, from Si. Louis. Departed; Belle Lee, r Chicot City; Henry Ames, for St. Louis, n rawer cicar ana pleasant. . rturt.,11 u lllrt, Wl. Ill Ulll i i ll I ll i i . oollll li. Maude. Up: John F.Tolle and Katie. Weath 1 '..T.T . .... I 1. nO . T 1 . T er ciouay Ducpieasant. itiver laning. EVAW8V1XI.K, October 22. Weather cloudy and warm, the mercurv ranging from 17 up to i3 -lie river nus nseu one men anu a nair. Up? Eureka. 0 pan.; Fayetto and Roberts, 9 "in, ; r. xr. uracy, ii aon. uown: jonn a. Uransford. 11 a.m. Business dull. Itlinaheen raining since four o'clock tnls afternoon. Weotlier Probabllllteii. ITT I . r . .... Tl rt. .- U (.1 p IT H.1111.M11U.1, XJ. V... WKUlirCI ."1 Uil ut mgu o urometer anu tow temperatnre will probably extend on Thursday soiuhwaxd ovrr ine western plains to Texas. For eastern and trulf States, soulhorl v winds witu ciouuy anu rainy weatner. For the southern and middle Atlantic oiatos. Bouineasi to sontnwest winds, and part ly cloudy and clear warm weather. - - For New England, south and east winds, njuiiiimu uii.iii;! . For lower lakes, south and vrmt urinni .cloudy and rainy weather. for uniovauey, increasing westerly winds. .Jf-vtir wr lrao IhAF onr llnTK I . Viuuu nbanuui nuu aaaaa If A A-IAJ m For upper lakes, -west and norUvwest winds, possibly increasing to brisk, with, clouds and occasional snow, and clearlnir away bv Thursday night. - ZxOCBxi, VCK2W, AttendBberteon'BBiiSrtXiesaCOrtlego. Armstroncr's Phofbmiihfr. 6alTrv-. No. 211 Main street. Three faultless gem.plc- kUlCH 1U1 Ulir TOUUt. ' - V li . "! 'A. Go TO Tjeddln's Basin oea College. BBHC0TAX.- DrABennlncand JoneshavATAninviMi thAirr- office to the new .Bethel block, eomer Mala and Madison streets. "Wfi fearet to learn that Mr. Howe. bf tlie -Ztefftityr, Isqnltolllathls residence oj Avery street, near Elliott. Mr. Chandler. Iorjz connected with the house of Hill, Fontaine & Co., was taken with yellow-fever yesterday. General Marcds J. WinaHT. cl the Jtcgrltter, will soon be out. A son of hU was taken with fever yes terday. AT hall riant twelve o'clock this mornlngDr. Elonnt'wasrestlng.easy, and we entertain hopes of his ultimate recovery. Mrs. BeGray Bennett, reported in yesterday's piper aa having toe prevailing, 1-, wcamiiiauio jeara, now well, naving only had a billons attack. WEareDalned to learn that Dr. Joi Williams was quite low at a late hour hut night. But faint hopes are entertained of thi . estimable gentleman's recovery. wn are pleased to note the continued invbrnv ementof Oeneral Mur-nal I37rtr.hr nr tlm Regtitrr. In a few days he will De re stored to the presence of hurfrlendg. A telf-oram to Elliott Bros., state that the freight of the steamer City of Angus, ta, was taken to Augn-ta and stored, and that no insurance agent had arrived at that point. Dtjrino the absence of W. H. Moys- ton, Esq., bis position as secretary of the Odd Fellows? relief association. Is being fllled by Mr. F-. L, McLefresh. Tbe contributions yes terday amounted to two thousand four hun dred and thirty-five dollars. It was not Dr. W. E. Rogers, but Dr Muirav Rogers, who was sick of yellow-fever. Dr W . E. Rogers Is, we are happy to say, sUJ I able to attend to his m-n. -intinru stands steady to his pos,w General. Albert Pike has not for- gollen. Msmphls. He secured a subscription r&r our "Shoulder to ahoalder" club, and like agood Mason hai worked unceasingly to helo the craft here. God bless him! General Robertson returned yea- Serday from a fleeting visit to St. I-ouis. He hlnks lt better to die In Memphis than to live n HL Louis. The general expresses that lu tatwt In our welfare which has ever attested his devotion to those of our land. Dr. Kibbse, of Streator, IlHnols, who is here as a volunteer to nurse and wait upon our sick, and tvc has been successful with water-cure treatment, can be found at the Paabody hoteL Tlie doctor has an interesting communication in another column. Mr. August Berton, who was buried yesterday, was one of the best eltizensof tbe Second ward, of wh.ch he had been a citizen eyer since the close of the war. He was a model la all the reUtlons of life. He leaves a widow, several children and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. "We regret to announce that Mrs. Samuel Keel Is not expected to live, Sh la a true woman possessed of all the good quali ties that -woman is endowed with, and her many friends will Join ns In condolence with her husband, and hope that God will permit ui- iwhuuiui i!u li u ir uiu u u lu overcome the dread monster. We deeply regret to announce that Mr. Kennett, president of tbe Firemen's re- uei Doaro. was yesterday taken down with the fever. Mr, Hennett is oue of the most iulthful of the good men who have attended the wants or our sick and dying, and we trust will live to receive the plaudits which he his so wen earnea irom tne community. From Mr. J. H. Lewis, who has de- voteu uimseu uniinngiy to tne s(Cl(, we sin tlie following information- Mr, Cnarles u. Baneb.of the -lvalaueie. is doins vreit -,n, Improving ver fast. Thanks nnboumii nn dge that Stimable liuly, Mrs. Malatesta, for making soup for the sick when no other Der- son conld be Induced to bestow such kind ness. Mr. Lewis has proved j. faithful nurse to Mr. Bangh and others, wbo nrnler hi vin.i attentions and the aid of Mxv. Malatosta aro fast re;overln5. MAJOIi Walthall, at the earnest so licitation of Mr. LangstalT, president of the Howard association, has consented to remain until wore iavorablo signs of the abatement of the plague Is visible. We chronicle the Major's decision with pleasure. As his good works are well known w all who have ever visited tho infirmary bearing his name, or paid attention to reports daily published by us. The major is truly a good Samari tan, and we know that his reoeptlon In this cltv will always be a, warm one, no matter under what circumstances he may choose to foine amongst us, IT is with heartfeltregret the writer of this records the death or 3Ir. Henry F. Ingra haiu. for sometime back a clerk In the em ploy of Boyle t Chapman, and for fourteen years (excepting tbe interregnum of war" connected with the book-trade or this fcitv' Oar llrst acquaintance wl:h him bozan in" 1803,when he was a clerk In Cleaves A Vaden 's elegant hook-store. Henry was then ouite a youns lad, but as he was then-modest, sedate and quiet-so he. -was when death called him from labor to re freshment. He wtt we believe, born InNatcbez.aud-wasat the time of bis death perbap-i thirty years of Jige. Tho neph ew &t Professor Ingraham, author or the prince 0 (Ae House of David, and other religious works, he could not fail to be deeply atUched to the Episcopal church, in whose fold be died a firm believer in gospel truths. We mourn the loss of friend Henry, as that of a brother, and shall hold him in adectlon ate remembrance as that of on5 who watched bjr our bedsine of pain for many weary months and nursed us with the care and ten derness of a woman. To his widow we tender our he irtfelt sympathies. Yesterday Mayor Cicalla received thesumofflve dollars and flvo otnta from lit tle Lilly, of Springtleld, Illinois, to be given to "a poor girl of Memphis-" When we re flect that the above sum and request w, re madg bjf a iair, young and delicate child, in the. sorrowing gloom ol her dying hour, we can best appreciate Its worth. Tlie sum Is composed of small coins anil postal currency, and Mayor Cicalla, with great fpresleht, suggests that the coins bo sold at auction to-morrow- morn ing. When Innocence contribute ltd wealth to the alleviation of our misery and affliction, its gentle spirit touches the tenuerest chord of the vervsohl. which nevnr fAitn tm M-hi emu tudeto the endeared memory and personal beauty of, the young yet christian donor. This was little Lily's dying requst, and to day she sleeps in a new-made grave. But O. how Rlnrerelv hjiontlVil , divinely pure were the emotions, the sympa- 1 n I im iTid I H . 1 . 1 1 ... i .......i . . . i . - . . ... . "1111111111 KuumcuH -mil graceu the i last offerlnusaf a beautiful, pale child ol God. Hey home is among tho angels, and mrae of earth In heart and gratitude kneel at the shrine of her departed worth. The sweet, tender bud of human perfection has been blighted, sorrowing friends have wept, and weeping beyond over the new-mad grave. But in the undying hearts of thou sands the charity of yie unknown little Lilly blooms In spotless beauty to grace the fondest memory of tho Mrrowfui llvlnc forever mnrn. T the'Publio. r Owing,to the prevailing disease, our place of business has been temporarily closed, and all communications will reath us addressed to No. ICO w. Ninth s reet, Cincinnati, Cihin. Will reopen at. its earliest abatement-. ocl! LOEWENSTLVS Bros. A. VAOCAHO, OCAS"- A, , VA0OA7- Oi DIOXMAltra. An "VACAB t3z CJ. Importers and jjaalsra '.n lilQUOHS Za. H24 Front Ptreet. - Memphis 'RANEMP, AND Comniission Mercliant, AND TJNDEKWKITEBS' AGENT, WIEBDTEJLC BLOCK. Dry-Goods, Clothinu, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Notions, Hosiery, Cutlery and Fancy Goods. MONDAYS, TYEDJfESDATS & FRIDAYS GE0CEBIES AND EDBNITUHE TtTESDATS AND THURSDAYS. no Outdoor sales attended to -with nrosnnt. ness and dlRnatch. rtimpio room ior storage. Alwavs In store a lftrrrn stnclr nf mpn.ni andise at nrivate sale. City and country merchants will benefit memseives ny examininc stocir and attending I. Ill 1-1 I," VHlVL'T.AWn A MEMPHIS ASRIGULTURAL AND 3IECHANIOAI, SOC1ETT. OFFICIAIi DRAWING. Xornina Clnaa No. 330. C8J7 46)31117 rl6135 49 51 13 13 Kvenlna CI MM Ho. 33 L 5CI,63SI)73C0777S652572 Memphis, this -1th d. ly of October. 1873. A STITCH IN TOT SATES NINE, BO not neglect a cough because lt troubles von bat little now. Now lsthn verv tlmo lt is easiest removed, a pd none wonld suffer if Iboy knew how easl Jv they can be oared, by tbe timely nseof DUfeONdE'd PECTORAL BALSAMIC SYRDP. V eufferers from all allknents or the Breast, Lung and Taroat will find that by using tbe PRiiriiitAr. ntAitn vrtnf thev are using the best expector ant, which removes all phlegm, soothes all in (lotion, and radically cures. Forsaloln Men pbli.,'lenn.,by D. F - GOODYEAR, BKA BROOK & BL'FORD, ocll U. C SrEEVEK & CO. I FOR CAIRO A1TD ST. LOUTS. Hemphlii and St. Irmlj PacHat Cempnuy For Hiskfaan, Coiumbus, Cairo and Bt. LouU StarcerClTY OF CHESTER, -TT v A. ZelIer. Mmr Leaves as a Dove THURSDAY, Octoner isu, at 5 o'olock pan. An. BTOKM. Treasurer. FOR OSCEOLA. Regular Memphis, Randolph, Fulton and usceoia twmUweekly packet. fiatr. vest Wind, swxton -master I O. K. Tonlln nertr Leaves Memphis every MONDAY and FRI- uaio, at a o'cicok pjn. For freight or passage apply on board, org FOR VrCKHBORG. Cemptiia bad St. Loals Paeiiet Couapaixy J . 9. AAH11 rtUrtlie. For Huena, Cbloot, Gieenvllle, Vlckafcarj and War Landing!. Sir. CITY OF VICKHBUEG. !T w R. K. Riley """"" I iBffl Leaves FRIDAY, October 21th, al lu an. oc25 au. HTOK1. TreaMiirer. CHEEK. USTE. MEMPHIS AND VirKSBURQ PACKET Comnanv. Trl-weeklv LinsFor Hel ena, Friar's Point, Napoleon and tbe Bends. u.h. Mn to napoieon. ine steamers - jr n A.J. WHITE, iSSSMark Cheek Master SSBESmSeorze Malone . Master uneot toe above steamers will leave TlTl!i- DAYB.THURSDA Y8 & SATURDAYS, at 5 pjn & cici x. , in De lounu a& tne nig reu wnarz boat to receive freight at all times. or ireigm or passage apply on board or to GKO. W. CHEEK, Hupt, sep30 No. 26a Front street. FOR HELENA. Sfemphls, Helena nad Wat .Landings Trl-weelily FnekeC Str. Pat Cleburne, gip W. J. AS II FORD .. master Leaves Mem phi Tl1 EaD AYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, atS n.m. Saturday's trip extended to Phillips' Bayou, on St. Franels river. For freight or passage apply on board. oci COTTON 3? ACTORS GiG-S & FISHER, COTTON FACTORS, 808 Front Street, KEHPIIIS, TEXSESSEE. J. G, JOHNSON & GO,, MEMPHIS. TENV. TH0S.DAT. D. B.TOE3TUB. cBii. w. szArtVaorxj?. FORSTBR.EEAIiHOFER & CO AND COMMISSION MBEGHANTS, Wo. aGG Pront Stroot. MKJIPniJj, TENNESSEE. CLARENCE P. HUNT. HAM'tiiMOSBY MOSBF, HUNT & CO., GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS -AND- C03OIISSI0N MEECHAJiTS, Jio. 301 Trout Street, Jlosbj- & Ennt Block, ScmphJa, Tenn. Conalsnments solicited. -se21 dAw E. 33. WJ&BBEE & CF'. COTTON FACTORS AND C01LHISSI0N I5IJSKCHAKTS IFo.226 Traat Street, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE DICmmWMMS&K, C OTTO fa ACTOR'S, QENEH-aL Conunission and Produce ITo. 266 FBiOMT S ITflSET, rtfAciupniM, rtCnn. I.! be nil advances madf on consianments. ATTENTION, BUTCHERS rilOPOSAIS FOR BEEF 9"The,"UDdersigneU requests bids for supply- los tho Commissariat of the Citizens' Relief Committee with good choice beef. Six hundred ponnds daily is now wanted but tbn amount may be Increased or lessened according to the exigences of the people. Tho beef is to be carved into small pieces ready for It sue. All bids will be opened in presence of the Finance Committee, SATURDAY, at li! m 23th Instant. V. H. HAYNES, oc22 135 Main street. JOS. W. CASWELL. Sidney R. Lajui. CALDWELL & LAMB Wholesale and Retail Dealers In HAT, CORN, OATS, BRAN, ETC, No. 2 Si Front Street, Memphis. NATIONAL BAM, MEMPHIS OFFICEES : If. E. GAETU, President. J. C. JfEEXY.TIce-Pres't. TIAKTET GBLFFEf, Cashier, DIRECTOKSi L. HANAUEI5 of Schoolfield, Hanauerb Ca J. U. NEKLY of Brooks, Neely 4 Co. R. B. JONES of Jones, Brown it Co, G. I.. DENN1SON of Orglll Bros. t Co. H.E. GARTH. J J.JENNY. V.BACIQALUPO E. T. KEEL of Keel & Co. H. II. MEtTE D. P.HADDEN- of H.U.Mette itSon in i of Had den Avery, A. L. HARRIS -of Harris, Mallory t Co. JsCCOXJIVrS OF IiIEKCUrtAA'TS AND OTUEILS SOLICITED. CORRESPONDENTS : CHEMICAL NATIONAL BANKJfew York SOUTHERN BANK New Orleans ALLIANCE BANK London MANHATTAN BANK OP MEMPHIS, TEOT. CIIABTrtESEO lit 1800. Transacts s General BanlUar ad x- duMsare rtSaslneait, and ezeentca or den for tbe rarcliaae and Sals of Colli, StoeJts, Sonds and Scrips. Host particular care given to eolla Uon Item, anu prompt rotnraa made tberefor. Correnspond nce aollclled. J. LEYiyPMs'.. S. BOBenCashler. L. LETT, Ylce-Pres't. E. GOLDS-irtlTH, Assistant Cashier. COTTON BUYERS, EHIBHTS PYTHIAS EELIEE1 COMMITTEE. MEMBER OFj-THlB ORDER , In need of nurses or other assist i ance, will receive the tame by malt-' lng application to the following Com mutes: C. E. M; CLE AN, No. W Float street. MARION 1. HALEY. No. MS FMat Mmt Wanted by tbe above Order, Yellow Fevr Nurses. Apply at 3 Second street. t FRENCH mils1 coaaii-TEE. JOHN PELEGRAM, Moaree XwetU F. FAQUIN, W0 JelfeHrtyn iUm4. E. L. MICTIOT, 3RT Mate street. E. DARY, 517 Mala street. PETER DUPTJY, Fort Plekeriar LEON COPUPUY, Pert PiekoHmr. RELIEF COHMITTEE OF THE Y. 3L C. A. THIS Association comes forrvard aad taken rank with other orgaBlzatfcmt ta eactes for 1U member, e tbe deAUtsto dortagtke prevailing dangsr. Any application for nurses may be rule ! the following appointed gen Memon, ar at-the-Association Rooms (No. U aad Xi, No. W West Court street: Da. M. E, BRAMHALL. North OMrt at. Ms. J. A. M CA LISTER. Mala . MB.S. J. JUNKIN.S4 Seeosd at. Ms. R. F. WILCOX. 33 Mate st Mb. L. A. SCARBOROUGH. 361 Freut ss. Ma. JOHN T. MOW... Second street, berweea Adams and Jefferson. Ma. q J.HOWE, Western VrHoa Tel. I'M. MEMPHIS W10LBSA1E iw WareMee. CHAS, HESZOG&'SEG'i'HEE -WHOLESALE DSiLERS IX Papers, lo'dr Sacis, Te 3tC."tio33.oi-y, x.tc. T710E Jt? of FtrtE OR tbe approaching Cettou Peaea we uuer r-peciai .Bargains in WYivn bajk 3 PAPER. Paper Goods cenerallv at. Eastern wnVes. gnxxanteed. niA.s. liv.-Rj.oa .t bro, Cor.JffffinoH ffiiH kmiwI -..els. iluTlMlffCO. Offlee.eor. Lewis andO'FaH B;reeB, SI. XjOUJ.S, - - - Crushed, Powdered, Cut Loaf aadlGraif uiaieu sugar. whltB and Yellow Coffee fsnzar, In barrels and hatf-fearreir. 60LTEJT SYKDP & SYRU aOIASSES In barrels, half-barre.13 and keg, always on band. Orders addressed to TSDWABD Y. WARE, Secretary, wlH receive prompt attouston. Price lists will be sei when desired. seipJ OWING to th, continuance of tfce sieknesF, and being left almost to inywdf, I ltuvs concluded to vlose up our place of bssteetw, 227 Main streeti, for the present. Will open Use same at ita easiest abatement. Communications addressed in euro of Ha8" man & Urnari, 308 Main street, St. Leuta, Mo. will recelvo proper attention. OC20 WM. FRANK. OH2f LZLLT, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN & LIQUOR! 358 gain St., aemphig, Tenn. M. E. COCHRAN. J. W. S. iV. HATCHER, COCHRAN. M.E.&J.W. CO CHE AN Manufacturers and Dealers In I.TJMB2S, IiATHS, SIitnKles, Sresned Flooring. Celling-, Weatnerboardins and Cedar Posts. A COMPLETE STOCK OF DOORS, HASH, and Blinds, of the best material, always on band. Sawmills north or Navy-yard. Office and Yard, foot of "Washington streets, Memphl-. Tennessee. FOR Persons Doing Business In and Wishing to Beside near Forrest City. ON THE LAST DAYOF OCTOBBRNHXT, will be sold in Forrest City, al aueMen. to the highest bidder, in forty-acre lots tar less, 450 acres of land, well Improved, with flan dwelling, ginhon.se and tenant beesee, and one hundred and fifty acres in culUvatten. TERMS OF SALE: Four equal payments, six months apart, that first at the time of sale. WM.T. WELLBORN, Agentof the heirs of L. R. Hlntes, deo'ii. Public OF VALUABLE SHELBY GO. FABfflS GREAT ATTRACTION TO PASMSSS. 03 THUESBAT ctoifaer SO, 1873 I will offer, at public sale, upon the p tnrougn jiessrs. xrezevant -X u auctioneers 15 SMALL FAEI made by a subdivision of the large tract ot land, on which I have hltberto resided, In tho First Civil District of Shelbv countv- thrm miles north ol tho Memphis and Onto Rail road from Wythe Htation, and which, from a louir residence. I regard as the finest reirlnn ni Sbelby county, wbere rarme-s grow rieb and live comfortable, and which I part with only because In my advanced age 1 desire to giva up the active labors of agriculture. Hazel wood, nndsnrowth. walnut, txinlar. nnlr nm and hickory timber Indicate the richness ot tbe soil, and extensive switch-cane afford splendid range for cattle. Mo-tof the subdi visions axe Improved with cabins and wells, aud have a due proportion nf cleared and timbered lands; and while laid off to meet the wants of tbose who desire small forms-. can be thrown together to suit the demands or larger purchasers. Circulars containing plan of subdivision and conditions of sale will be generally dis tributed, and may be bad ituumfflranris. auctioneers. Memphis. TERMS Third cash: balance one and two years, with six percent, interest. Warranted titles will be given, retalnln llen. WM. 11ATTLE. " Treievant & Co., Auctioneers. ooB one. THE CHURCH HOME IS PREPARED TO receive and provide for as many orphans as may be sent there. Application, can be made to Rev. George C.Harris, No. 515 Poplar street. To No. SI Madison street. To No. 177 Uecond stieet. MISi ENrtV MURRAY, Acting President. MISS LOU W. TROUT. 0018 Secretary and Treasurer.