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THE MilKJVJLPKtIS DAILY A.:PIl?K.A.J FRIDAY, AUQ-UST 16. 1878.
It A I LIIOAI) TIM K-TAHLEN. LiOaiMville ttnl ..'ahvIHe and (rear Noiitliern. F!'.rr'. 1al'.y ! fexc 1 1 so.) 1 1 rx p.in.: r) am., 40 p.m. r:lo fc.UI. M m. dally M'v-iui Acvomiiiiiil.c'h '1 Hiy -xnti-t r!iii.i' 4:40 p.m.! 1,i(i)liiM aiiI I'liarle! on. LEAYK. 12I p.m. 5:45 p.m. Sv0 a. m. ARKIYK. ; 11:45 a-in. 7:5M am. V.'.i't am tCItytluie) ! i' I A Kxpn-M 1 n.:n.i.il'r b..:.ervliie AciMitiftni.il Ion ; liuly ft sund.t)'t) .. j r -tn. 1 Juitcllon Ace, Uallj ce;;.t Ml't-l.tTt l..ippl ami TeniUHMe. ev or i -a :-. Hall, dnll .! KilO Ltn.i 200 p.m. 3 rdls Arc. iiduHlnlloll.'i'il- eii-;' rvm.Uj,- 5:10 p.IU-l t:)0 am. r--K.it ami Arcmnino't n. ! d.n.y 'ex'f ii Mi!i'I ijri. ! I .liuiUi ani J,ittle Kock. LK4VK. AKK1TK. H .In Trulri. il itly I fHH) p.m. 11:40 p.m. K ilif'i1 . !;' -x.fjit Sun. i J-jO a-,n Pi!5: i'ailticMh and Jlemplil. i T.tLkVK. AklUVK. Vtl' V r-"itr'r tr.Qn liiI' .-i0 M" 'lO-OO a. in ;EriirKNCK.. -.ST)E-ho?-MS-Sinle or in Mil In. W t). X'-UALLI M. Agent. No. 1M M iiilwtn street 1 OOM:i -Furnltl.rd rmrns for rent, at reasonable j V ruw, Ht :i.M AIhIii ilreet, near L nloiu OlT MAIS KTHEET At tresent occupied by jU I K 11. Drake A Co.; one of the best stands luttMCity; (runts on Main and WH Court streets; uiper floor will be rented, II desired; possession nni bepteuiucr. Apiy to c. P. him Co., HiM Front street. ITOL'SK No. 12:1 Court street, from September i J. 1st. Apply u T. C. rark, at 121 Court, or u. llumn. at 10 Court streeC I I Ol'aE f 7 room, two-stories high; (rood c- XI tern and yiird: 5 Davie avenue. House of tt room, on North Market Square, west side; tit for a uoartllngtumse. More and dwelling, cor. Manassas and Alabama. Apply Carpenter t-tiop, yjo1 ijeomd. CV)TTaK A frame couture, with lour rooms, newly hull', "ml W'u all modern conveniences. Apply at , Nortrt Serd tre. V.iVJP. IIORSK AN 11 BC(iiiY-TokeepforthlrtTorsixty J. d is io t'rlve thr- e tuli.vi In the country each d-ty pplytoo. K. Moore A to ' M. FbvK,.Ud Main stieet.at Wm. II OH-SFLi AND Ct)Wd TO PA.STlTtE AT ST PER I 1 heal tier montri. All stock will be stabled at liltfUL Address n le at .117 Muln st-et. W. P. 511 TCH EL, Jr. rnwo Orst-cla" CIUAIt MAKERS at Brownsville, X Tenn. Address A. BALM. GOVS TRY HOARDER5-ientlemen wishing board oull1e of the city limits, can be accommodated at In. W HLIsij.N b, near terminus ol Uemando street rallnwd line. 4." CJITUATION-By a white girl, years old. to O travel with a faniLy and attend to children. ire W. Apply at Apiieal ofllce. a us. OOD Carriage smith. Apply immediately to I i. B. HhlMMlXiiH AM, Trenton, lenn. PASTL'RAiiE-Partles having stock to pasture for the summ-r, will cull on J. K. Mi'CL'LLFRS, .S Monroe st XjIRT-CLAS BtiKtO body-maker; also, a No. 1 l" Carrliu;e-smllh; must be sor men. Apply Immediately to J. W. 6AVAUE- Corlnth, Mlsi. O the blither EnKllsh branches. Mathematics. Latin, French and MuhIc. In a s hool or lam ly; good refer ences given. Addies MISS M. L.. care Appeal. CUAMBKRMAID-Togotoa healthy country-town, on railroad, short distance from city, to work In hotel, f ilr wattes paid. Inquire of Price, Jones A Co., Pr nters, Xo. 12 Jefferson street, Memphis. A LADY- Baltlmorean desires an engagement to lnntmct a family of children In the Engl lull brunches. Music, Slnginx and French; or would take entire charge, parents di-ilrlng to go abroad; highest references Ktven and requited. Address Miss M. WILSON, Elkrlilge Landing. Maryland. BITR WOMAN -To cook, wash and Iron, to Also. ai (Ui 11 N tIKL who wants a permanent. pleasant country home, and Is willing to niuke her self genera ly useful about the house. Refer to Mrsr. Owen. McNutt 4 Bailey, No. rt West Court street, for particulars. A"JSf, N Englishman wants to work fur bis board. Addrvrs M. C P., this ollice. P ARTNKR In one of the best paying and best located aaw-iullis In West Tennessee, Address SAW-MII.L. Apiieal oftloe. JPKajUSOSAXm. PAST1JRAOK I have good (trasses, and will take mules and horses. HUGH D. UttEER, one mile south of Huntin StMtton. M. and C. R. R. DKSIUABLK front rooms and good board, at Mrs. ANDKliriOiVd, tiH Jefferson St. JOOMd AND BUAR1 at Hii Adams street. I )OAliU Jf'or good bo -trd call at r.K Union street UMl'LiOVJI luXT AGESCY. r ON3DALE & CO.. MAN AUKR3, J J n ne-KVuirt Mre-t. Memphis. Tenn. 13IANOS AT COST- or tlie next 80 days. E WITMANN A CO. BARRELS 25 emnty coal-oll and whisky barrels, very ctiep. at 7-" M .Ktlon street "1 ."IVE DRAYS, three sets Slngle-IIamef s, two sets Double Harness: a!l nearly new. Apply JOHN UlLfcd, 4." Madison st STOCK AND ElXTL"RES-Of retail grocery. Address STAPLE, Ap.eal office. O rt-HORSK ENGINE AND BOILER In complete Zi 'J order, as good as new; will sell cheap, lor casli or good city acceptance. Apply to HANDLE, HEATH LI VEKMOKE3 FouDdry. TKAT STORE With fixtures. In good order, 1YL and a good luti of custom; will Sell cheap for cash or good pa par. Call at 3d Poplar street. L SCHUSTEa. ABARGAlN-8(00 "111 purchase a good house and five acres of ground, three miles from Court Square. THEZEVaNT CX.'NaWaY. No. H Midlson street HOUSE AND LOT On Raylum avenue; house has S nx)iis. line janl, stable. large extra-built cistern, plenty shade. Apply to IEW1S U. UIL BEKT. corner Soutn .laoksi'n and Ratburn avenue. NTKAJJNllll'f. INMAN LINE KOYAL JHAIL. HTE1.ME1W, N BW VOIIIi to (I'KEXSTOWS and IA VAlVOOl ,, Kvery Thursday or Hatorday, ITons. ) Tons. C.'TTor Bkri-IW 541 I CrrTor BKfssicia.3776 CiTT or hu'HMoNU 4tm7 i Cnt Nkw Yohk. 8500 Cittof Chkt-tkk 4.Viri I City or Pakis...3Ux1 ClTI or MOMHKAL...4-4WJ i CiTT BKOOkLTS..2i'll These magnificent steamers, built In watertlRht compartmenui, are among the btrongest, largest and fastest on the Atlantic, The saloons are luxuriously furnished, especially well lighted and ventilated, and take up the whole width of the ship. The principal staterooms are amidships, forward of the engines, where least noise and motion is felt, and are reple!s with every com fort, having all Litest improvements double berths, electric bel is. etc. The cuisine has always been a specialty of this Line. Ladles' cabins and bathrooms, gentlemen's smok ing and bathroom, barbers' shops, planar, libra ries, etc., provided. tor rates of passage and other information, apply to John dale, Agent, 31 ami n:i h oftdwy. New Yorlc Or to THOS I" IS HER, Emmt Bnta. MemrM ASOi:iATl:JiS. Sew Series! Sew Series! Sew Series! WORKWOMEN'S tlulldlne and Loan Association. Jd3CE3 a new series ef stoclc eiery quarter; com menced business In I x7rt. Itnd has beer and Is 51'CCKarf, Stated iiwtlnirs he;d on 'IB-".T TCKa DAY KVENINii of ech month, at ihelr office. 20 .Madison streH.utv-stiilrs. to make loans. Elghtil Be nts ooranienwj July 1 , 1 H7H. Subscribe now. Money to Loan! Ktock for Sale! No Back Dues I L. LaG RILL, President. (UK T. Ptkk!. Secretary MECHANICS Building and Loan Association. TH S book for subscription to the Second Ferles of stock Is now open, at the Secretary's office, with the Planters Insurance Company, No. 41 Madison stieeC Pavment to te made on th Herond IVrilnrMlav In AuguMt next, when the first loan in that series will be made. JIOVKY TO 1,0 AX! AO BACK BIES! O. V. RAMBAIT JOSEPH HALVES H. J. WARD JNO. G. LONSDALE, Jk. SMITH 4 COLLIER PRE5IDFNT .VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASI'RER SOLICITORS UIKKC'TOIM: A. B. Morrison. John Beld, Joseph Haines, IL A. Hamilton, D. T. PorU-r. . W. Macrae. O. V. Rambaut, J J. Peres. M. L. Bacon. Ill I I,I1 . JNO. REID, BUILDER 3X6 Second Street. tardTAIR3 A SPECIALTY. Estimator made fo prtii havirw kM bt fn. o. ny m la tnr Hm PLODS 300 hrU w Mirer Moon 86 00 200 brls ew Choice o 0 brlsSew Sclf-nisln? Good. . . 6 100 brls ew Self-Rising Best. . . 7 Jf-brls .New Self-hlInif Beat. ... 4 4"4-poniid kgn Self-Kisinff Best. . 2 24 pound pks Seir-Klsin? Best. . 1 12-pound pkipjNelf-Uisln? Best. . 40 75 50 00 00 00 50 C-pound pks'Seir-Uislnff Best. 9 200 boxes Choice LESIONS. 50 tierces .MAGNOLIA HAMS. LOOSE YEAST TOWDEKS, 25c a pound. We manufacture these Yba&t Powdzbs In our own bouse, from the best known Ingredient, uslnj the latest Improved machinery. We know tbem to be of good (STRENGTH, PCBE AND CHEAP. OLIVER, F1NNIE&C0 TO AIWKMEES. The APPEAL uill be mailed to sub- scrtixrs at neventy-five cents per month. in adrance. PostofjUce addresses will be changed tclieneter the subscribers trish it. Those leaving the city, and wishing the pa ver discontinued at their residences, tcill please send their orders io the office, or in form the carriers that they desire it discotf tinued. LOCAL PAKAUKAPHS. Even Athens, Alabama, haa quarantined tgrunst jiemptiis. lieware or exposing yourself, unnecessa rily to the night air. Employers should open their stores late uuJ close them early as a health measure. The Commercial hotel, corner Front and Jellerson streets, is closed for a month or two Lime, carbolic acid, copperas, etc.. and ail oiner disinfectants are in treat demand. Six members of the police- have handed in their badges and have left the city tempo rarily. Quite a number of our leadingr business uouses intend closing up tor the yellow-fever season. The board of health continues to make a square fight against the fever in the infected districts. Gaston's restaurant and hotel closed last livening lor a month or two, until the yellow- rever ceases. ; The hack drivers are full of business car rying people to the railway depots to escape from the plague. Twenty sh ires of the Pbienix insurance company of Memphis sold yesterday at fifty cents on the dollar The weather continues fine warm days and cool nights. Certainly not unhealthy weathnr by any means. Quarks II. Crawford", white, was arrested by the police yesterday, on the charge of as sault with ictent to kill. Do not neglect to disinfect your prem ises. It will protect not only your neigh bors, but your 3wn family. Numbers of families are removing from the infected district, north of Jefferson street, to other and more healthy portions of the city. John Bingham, a butcher, residing in Chelsa, near the Brick church, was badly beaten last evening by a man named Bud Crown. The infected district, north of Jefferson street, has been drenched with carbolic acid and other disinfectants . by Healtn-Officer Erskine. There will be a meeting of citizens held at the Greenlaw Operahouse at eleven o'clock this morning, to consider the yellow-lever question. Mr. W. A. Goodman, of Wornieley & Goodman, was not the gentleman who died at 32 Exchange street of yellow-fever yester day morning. The hegira from Memphis, ria the Louis ville and Charleston railroads, last night, was greater than ever. It was a regular panic and stampede. . W. E. Smith, superintendent of the Little Rock railroad, states that until further notice there will be no train leaving Mem phis going west. Many of the late Murphyites are now in dulging freely in gin-drinking too freely, in many instances. The prevalence of yellow fever is the cause. Frank Holton, white, cut and stabbed a man iu a dangerous manner last niht in a down-town saloon. He was arrested pnd locked up by the police. The public streets Are almost deserted after dark. The newspaper reporter meets with but few pedestrians between dark and two o'clock in the morning. Those who can leave the city had better do so in time. If you intend leaving there is no use in waiting in order to see what progress the feyer will make. The city fathers have quarantined a quo rum. Just now it would be impossible to get up a general council meeting at the city hall, which is in the infected district. The city hospital has been taken charge of by the board of health, and has been turned into a yellow-fever hospital. The Howards will supply the nurses. Drunkenness continues to prevail among those who dnuk deeply of gin and lager to keep off the fever. Drinking deeply i sup posed to keep one's courage up. The United States courts having re moved to Bartlett, eleven miles from the city, bankruptcy blanks can bs procured and sworn to, at present, at No. 20 Madison street. All official business of tha clerk and master's office of the chancery court will, for the present, be transacted at Wilson 6c Beard's law office, southwest corner Mam and Madison. A special from Corinth to the Appeal, of date August loth, says: "Great excite ment still prevails here in consequence of the report that the yellow-tever is spreading rap idly in Memphis." The telegraph company request patrons, and all parties expecting messages, to call for them to-day. The messengers all having left the service of the company, no delivery can be promised to-day. It was stated yesterday that Dr. W. E. Kogers was taken sick with yellow-fever. We are pleased to be able to state that the report was incorrect. Ha was suffering from ner vous prostration, but he has recovered. The river improvement work near the liuuth of Wolf has been suspended by Major henyuurd, of the United States engineer corps, the employes who were at work having stampeded, owing to the presence of yellow fever. The first bale new cotton from Shelby county, Tennessee, shipped by Wm. Forrest fc Co., President's Island, was received by Richardson A: Co., ana will be sold at auc tion to-day at twelve o'clock, noon, in front of tiu cotton exchange. There is no necessity in being frightened out of your wits. Keep cool and act judi ciously, whether you stay or leave. There is no use in being "rattled" in the face of the enemy. "Screw you courage up to the stick ing point," and you'll not fail. There seems to be an intimate connec tion existing between the state of the atmos phere and the rate of moitality or the preva lence of disease, so that almost invariably a high death-rate may be t-redicated of low ba rometer, high thermometers and a high de gree of humidity, when these exist together. A dispatch to the Evening Ledger, from Helena, Arkansas, dated August 15th, says: "Announce that this entire community haa organized to picket the town and prevent in gress from all quarters as the only safeguard ai-ainst yellow-fever." The dispatch is signed 1 y li. T. Tnrner, president of the board of aealth. The following additional collections were i.iad yesterday for the Grenada Bufferers by 11. Furstenheim. Esq., chairman of the com mittee: J. T. I'ettit & Co., twenty dollars; nice, f?tix ic Uo.. twenty-hve dollars; School held, lianauer & Co.. thirty dollars: C. P Iiyan & Co. and S. Mocby, each ten dollars. lotaj, ninty bve dollars. The mayor and other city hall officials evacuated the city hali quadrilateral yester day, the yplow-fev"r having invested the place somewhat. Th: city hail officials are wandering around, but it is stated they may eventually get together in the basement of the Planters insurance building on Madison street, between Main and Second. The courthouse being in the enemy's country, known as the infected district, pre sented a deserted appearance yesterday after noon. AH the couit and other offices are about to be removed to localities further south. The United States court clerk's office will be removed to Bartlett. The f heriff's deputies, under Major Ben K. Pullen, yet hold the fort against the surrounding enemy. The attention of our readers is called to the change of schedule on the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad, in another column. On and after Saturday, August 17, 1878. trains will run as follows: Mail and mixd train leaves Memphis, 8KX) a.m., arrives, 2:00 p.m., daily: hard is accommodation tram leaves 5:10 p.m., arrives 9:10 a.m., daily, ex cept Sundays. The Odd-Fellows have organized for the yellow-fever scourge. An organization was effected yesterday as f ulows: John Liink hauer, president; H. M. Gage, vice-president; P. Hctfman, treasurer; William Henry, secretary; Joe Russell, superintendent ot nurses. The Odd-Fellows trustee'9 rooms will be open daily for the transaction of bust ness. The corps of nurses has been regu- arly organized for the campaign. Yesterday two cases were reported, and nurses were sent immediately. the Udd-rellows have ample unds to provide lor their sick. Early yesterday morning a bursrlar en- i tered the cotton office of Harris, Mallory & Co., 255 Front street, and ransacked the of fice. Everything was hurried over and ex amined. Drawets were forced open, but nothing was carried off. The burglar must have been looking for the safe combination, as every little bit ot paper was unraveled. The combination lock safe was untouched. The combination can only be found in the heads of the proprietors and book-keepers, it is not left lying around loose written on scraps of paper. The first bale of cotton from Shelby county, or of this season's crop, raised in the State of Tennessee, was received by J. S. Richardson & Co., from President's Island, from W. M. Forrest & Co., yesterday, and was ginned at the fir.4-class ginning estab lishment of J. N. Patrick & Co., proprietors of the Star ginnery, No. 68 Union street. The Star gin is the most complete ginnery in this city, having the best gins, cleaners, dusters, etc., used for ginning cotton, and we recom mend, all planters having cotton to gin to patronize this establishment. Chloride of lead is the roast efficient and cheapest disinfectant and deodorizer known not poisonous and safe. To prepare it on a small scale for family use, dissolve thirty six grains of nitrate of lead in one quart of boiling water, and one hundred and twenty grains of com man salt in one gallon ot wa ter. Mix the two solutions, and when set tled pour off thejslear solution and keep well corked in jugs and demijohns for use. A cloth wet with this and suspended in a sick room, crowded cars, cabins of emigrant ves sels, will instantly neutralize offensive odors, and a little dashed into the holds of vessels having bilge water, and into water-closets, cesspools and sewers, will destroy all noxious gasses by uniting with them. The decompo sition of animal and vegetable matters (ema nations and evacuutioDS from the human body under the influence of heat) generates the gas, "sulphide of ammonium and hydro gen, which produces such a variety or iatal epidemics. The sewers in London, and all places where this noxious gas is generated, are disinfected and purified by the liberal ap plication of chloride of lead, and at a nomi nal cost. Its efficiency is certified and its use recommended by the leading physicians and chemists of London. PERSONAL. Dr. Snyder has returned from a visit to friends in St. Louis, and is ready for busi ness at 203 Main street. The following named Memphians were at Saratoga springs on the thirteenth instant: I. M. Hill and wife, H. T. Lemmon and wife, Nathan Adams, J. W. Jefferson, Sam H. Coward and wife. A gentleman who has tried coal-tar, fired bv a hot poker, as a disinfectant, and found it to answer perfectly during three eidemics, recommends it to the people or Memphis, it is certainly worth trying. LOCAL NOTICES. Query. "Why will men smoke common tobacco when they can buy Marburg B- os. Seal of North Carolina at the same prvje?" Green Brier whisky is made with great care gram all picued ana cleaned, water from the finest spring in the county of Rob ertson, and cleanliness is the standing order of the distillery. Only one in the world the genuine Dr. M'Cabe medicated blackberry brandy; the standard cure for all bowel diseases. Bears the written signature of Dr. M'Cabe on each label. g. w. jones & co. Police. Southern Express Co., 38 North Court street, I AlKMFHlS), TENN., August 10, 1878. ) On and after to-dav, and during the preva lence of the yellow-fever, the Southern ex press office will be closed at five o'clock in the evening. hugh a. Hamilton. Notice. Memphis, August 15, 1878. No freight will be received until further notice by the Memphis and Little Rock railroad. j. a. wfiAvtt, Agent. . Notice. Our store will be opened for the transac tion of business at half-past eight o'clock in the morning, and closed at nve o clock in the evening. wm. frank & co., z-m main street. Notice. A. H. Goodman, merchant tailor, 190 Main street, wants all his customers to call for their clothinjz at nine o clock, Monday, Au gust 19th, as he will close after that date till the yeliow-fever is over. Notice. Oar ofllce will remain open, and all matters appertalnlnc to the business of Insurance will have prompt attention a heretofore. HABX & BESSDORF, Xo 7 3Iadion street. To those who wish to free themselves of theMO$guioesand heat of the city, the Mem phis and Charleston railroad will sell, lor the Somerville train, leaving at six o'clock in the evening, and the regular mail train, leaving at midnight on Saturdays, round trip tickets to any station on its line, good to return un til the following Monday, inclusive, at one fare for the round trip. This arrangement will be continued during the remainder of the "heated term.'' and will enable many of our good people, whose business will not ad mit ot a more protracted absence, to make a 6hort trip to the country, which will prove very refreshing and beneficial to them, luka springs is accessible to the people of Mem phis, and offers advantages and attractions to thi3 class of people. ZKLLXKK Jk. CO., 389 Uain 38! FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY! Selling out their large stock of custom- made boots and shoes regardless of cost! On the first of September they will open their new store, corner Mam and Madison, with an entirely new stock. Call and get good goods at low prices. 389 31am Street. 389 Two one-quarter casks Holland gin, twelve one-eighth casks Holland gin, my own im portation, warranted pure and genuine. juu-a 1.11-1,1. 14 union street, jnenipnis. Fop Upw-ard Thirty Year Mrs. Winsiow's soothing syrup has been used for children. It corrects acidity of the stom ach, relieves wind colic, regulates the bowels, cures dysentery and diarr Aa,whether arising from teething or other causes. An old and well-tried remedy. Txcenty-fite cents a bottle. THE FKVER. The Disease Spreading in the Infected District, which Includes that Por tion of the City North or Jef ferson Street A Few Cases South of that Line. Sew Cases and Deaths Reported Testen daj The City Schoollionses to be Used as Hospitals, if Neces sary A Camp of Tents for the Poor to be Established. The yellow -fever cases increased rapidly in number in the up-towu infected dis trict yesterday. The new cases are al most all confined to the localities which the fever seized some days ago. The buildings and premises wherein were yellow-fever pa tients, and the sidewalks and streets adjacent were thoioughly disinfected and isolated by the health officer, and in many instances barricades were erected to prevent ingress or egress, lhe fever bangs around Uia city like a shroud, as if in mockery of the bright sun shine, Italian sky, balmy air, gorgeous sun sets, and deliciously cool nights. All above is bright and beautiful, but below lurks the death-dealing dwease, which noiselessly and imperceptibly widens its circle and steals upon the innocent and unsuspecting, sparing not youth nor age. NEW CASES REPORTED. From nine o'clock on Wednesday evening to nine, o'clock last evening, the physicians reported the following yellow-fever cases to the secretary of the board of health, num bering thirty-three new cases: Child of Joe M'Mahon. on Commerce street, between Mam acd Front. Reported by Dr. M'Wi'liams. Henrietta Loehmeyer, aged eleven years, No. 9 Washington street. Reported by Dr. Ess. J. Bergschicker, aged ten years, No. 179 Main street. Reported by Dr. Ess. Ben B. Krous, "aged nine years. No. 179 Second street. Reported by Dr. Ess. Two children of Wilson, No. 4 John son avenue. Reported by Dr. Donohue. Woods, aged ten years. No. 150 Main street. Reported by Dr. Donohue. Molly Ruby, aged six years, No. 84 Com merce street. Reported by Dr. Donohue. Two cases of children of Mr. Johl, aged seven and eight years, No. Ill Commerce street. Reported by Dr. Donohue. Mr. Campbell, aged thirty-nine years, Ala bama street. Reported by Dr. Donohue. Charles Packer, aged twenty-two years, corner of Exchange and Third streets. Re ported by Dr. Hodges. Airs. Stephens, aged fifty-eight years, No. 35 Overton street. Reported by Dr Tyner. Child of Rehkoff', aged seven years, No. 33 Alabama street. Reported by Dr. Hen ning. Mrs. Roberts, No. 54 Mosby street. Re ported by Dr. Henning. Mr. Twombly, No 31 Mosby street, Report ed by Dr. Henning. Thomas Maddigan, aged nine years, No. 35 Alabama street. Reported by Dr. Hennin?. Moses Bloom, aged sixteen years. No. 38 Washington street. Reported by Dr. Mitchell. Mrs. Eugene Daniel, aged twenty-nino years, bz Jroplar street, lieported by Lr. Mitchell. Ann Seymour, aged twenty-five years, rear of 34 Alabama street. Reported by Dr. Nut tall. Mrs. Kummell, aged thirty years. Poplar street. Reported by Dr. Nuttall. Two Misses Brown. 158 Washington street. Repotted by Dr. Rogers. Mrs. Haskell and child, aged thirty years and seven years. Reported by Dr. Wise. Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Fuohs, 16 Johnson street. Reported by Dr. Wise. A. Rosenthal and wife, 153 Poplar. Re ported by Dr. Saupe. Kate Dugan, aged thirteen years, 86 Pop lar street. Reported by Dr. Donohue. Wilcox, aged live years, corner of Market and Main, removed to Madison street. Reported by Dr. Donohue. Miss Anna Mynatt, 231 Alabama street. Re ported by Dr. Marable. T. L. Risk, aged twenty-nine years, Main street, between Gayoso and Union, removed from Alabama street to Main, with fever on him, contracted on Alabama street. Report ed by Dr. Marable. Young Theyers, aged twenty-six years, cor ner Washington and Main streets. Reported by Dr. Marable. There were six, deaths reported yesterday: Mr. Turner, who resides ou High street; Ht tie Washer, at the corner of Poplar and High streets; Victoria D. Fuchs, daughter of Vic tor D. Fuchs; A. H. Goodman, at No. 32 Exchange street; Wm. Leonhardt, at No. 1G8J4 Poplar street, and George Bergmann, the well-known cigar dealer. NURSES FURNISHED BY THE HOWARDS. The following is a list of persons furnished with nurses by the Howard association yes terday, the fifteenth instant: Frank Lavigne, 535 Jelfersoa sireet. M. Hahan, 2 Jackson street. Adaiine Dahlstoom, Alabama street and Johnson avenue. Frank Dahlstoom, Alabama ttreet and Johnson avenue. Henry Slemmer's family, 25 Alabama street. Moses Bloom, 38 Washington street. Mrs. W. A. Nelson, 46 Goslee street. i Thomas Nelson. 46 Goslee street. ! Owen Nelson, 46 Goslee street. j Sam Nelson, 46 Goslee street. I Dr. liuddeke, Main street. Henry Decker, 36 Alabama street. Mrs. D. A. Allen, 30 Webster street. Mrs. Bertha Livingston, 168 Poplar street. Charles A. Packer, 147 Thud street. Wright Wood, 150 Main street. Frank Wright, 69 Poplar street. Mrs. Louisa Anderson, 147J- Poplar street. F. Sarner, 161 Washington street. L. Johl, Commerce and bayou. Mr. Rosentiel, 157 Poplar street. Mrs. Rosentiel, 157 Poplar 6treet. The Howards are on active duty daily. At their meeting last evening a vote of thanks was tendered to Colonel R. D. Vredeaburft', of the city railroad, for a donation of tea dollars in Rreet-car tickets, and to Messrs. Wildberger & Wills for siationery. RIVER QUARANTINE. The following letter was received by Health Orticer Ersktue: Quarantine Station, President's Islanu, August 14, 1878. S 3. H. Erskine, Health Officer, Memphis: I have examined critically the tteamer Gol den Rule, from New Orltans (Saturday even ing) to Cincinnati, having on boa.-d fourteea officers, twenty eijiht mariners and thirty-five passengers, and I have to repoit three cases of sickness somewhat suspicious, but with no positive symptoms of yellow-fever. Respect fully, A. H. LAWRENCE, Quarantine Officer. P.S. Mr. Massecburg is extremely ill. A SQUARE DENIAL. Memphis, August 15, 1878. Editors Appeal We find in your issue of Sunday a statement made by one Captain Bowman, that the stenmeis City of Augusta and Grand Tower lay alongside of each other some two hours, transferring freight and passengers for tho purpose of evading the quarantine. Now, the above is false, except so far as the boats landing together for the purpose of transferring the mail and agent;, which took not to exceed five minutes. No passengers or freight were transferred, we having positive orders from Captain Scud der, the president, not to take any passen gers or freight for Memphis on the up-trip. Yours respectfully, i. n m'kee, Captain Steamer City of Helena. J. a. HKXLON, Route Agent. BUSINESS HOUSES CLOSING. Qaite a number of business houses have already closed, and others are pn paring to do so. Gaston's restaurant and hotel closed last evening, and will not be reopened until the disappearance or abatement of yellow fever. The Commercial hotel has also closed. Throughout the city, and especially in the in fected districts north of Jefferson street, a number of Btores are closed, and numerous residences have been vacated by persons who have fled to healthier portions of the city. Quite a large number of our Hebrew fellow citizens have left the city. The banks have given notice that they will open at eleven in the morning and close at two in the after noon. Residences in the suburbs of the city are in demand, and are baing rapidly occu pied. THE BOARD OF HEALTH. The following business was transacted by the board of health at a meeting held yester day forenoon : Dr. John H. Erskine, the health officer, 8tiid that the bedding in houses where per sons had died of yellow-fever had been burnt. He had also thoroughly disinfected the premises of all persons found with suspicious or real cases of yellow-fever. Mayor Flippin stated that he and Chief Athy had conferred with the cidzens' com- mittee, and made arrangements to secure special police to assist the health officer in the execution of the orders of the board of health, Dr. Saunders said the board had better order at once thirty barrel of carbolic acid, It the disease confines itself to an infected dis- trict, as it has so far, be thought it could be checked and held within the bounds where yellow-lever has now appeared. Up to date there have not been retxirted any caes south of Jefferson street. He proposed to disinfect the entire district, map out the battle-ground and take the entire urea. Not only this, let us move all the people we cui out ot the in fected district. He wanted a unity of action and a full agreement with every member of the board. Mr. Mayor, let m take charge of the city hospital, keep your physician there, and if he needs an assistant, tive him one The Howards will, we understand, give us nurses. Dr. fc.rskine and 1 nave come to th conclusion that ail patients taken with yellow fever be removed to the city hospital, an that this and its locality be so thoroughly dis infected as to prevent it beiugU radius of the disease, for instance. Miss Annie Clarke, sewing-girl, who has beeu working in the family of P. M. Winters, at No 36 Alabama street, went to No. 404 Main street, where she was taken sick with yellow tever. JNow there may be other cases other sections of the city, a ad all should be removed at once to a hospital. The Howards bad determined to establish an infirmary, if necessary, and would cult upon the bo&r 1 health for a medical efficer. The board of education meets at twelve o clock to tender. if necessary, the Alabama street schooihouse for the use of a hospital or infirmary for the Howards. Dr. Saunders asked to hear the views of the other gentlemen of the board. He did not propose to interfere with Dr. Thornton but to have the use of the hospital for yellow fever patients. Drs. i.rstcine and mown, Mayor t lippin and uniet Athy concurred with Dr. baunders, and it was stated that De. lhor iton nad ex pressed a willingness to do what was pro posed, Dr. trskme stated that he had twelve bar rels of carbolic acid. It was agreed that an additional supply of eighteen barrels of carbolic acid be ordered and that a part of the same be given to Chief Athy tor distribution among the poor, Dr. Thornton, the physician ia charge of the city hospital, stated to tee board that he was perfectly willing that this institution be devoted to the care of yellow-fever patients He could remove his present patients to the county hospital. There vcra now about eighty patients none with yellow-fever in the city hospita', which has a capably tor the accom modation of one hundred and twenty-five persons. Dr. Saunders offered the following resolu tion, which was adopted: Resolved, That Drs. Erskine and Thorn ton, and Mayor Flippin, be appointed a com mittee of conference with the Howards, as to yellow-lever nurses, tor their compensation, tor the city hospital. A proposition to raise the quarantine wis voted down by the board of health. Cniet Athy was instructed to close some fish stands on Beale street that were reported as nuisances. THE INFECTED LOCALITIES. At present it is confined to that portion of the city north of Jefferson street and south cf the Louisville railroad, f rom the river to High street. It is raging on Washington and Pop lar streets, between Fourth street and the market-bouse;, on Alabama street east of the bayou; on Main, between Washington and Exchange streets; and on Commerce street, between k ront and t ourth streets, lhere are also several cases on Dun lap, Mosby, Second and Exchange streets, within the boundary lines already mentioned. The board of health has declared that portion of the city described above, as an infected district, and all citizens are warned to keep away as far as possible trom this locality. THE SICK AND THE DYING Many of th-? scenes and incidents of the yellow-fever scourge in the infected district are of a sad and heartrending character, Strong men and women snd helpless little children are sick and dying. The dead, the dying and the sick are in the same house often in the same room presenting a pitiful sight, well calculated to affect the heart and soul of the most callous in feeling. Many of the poorer people who are sick are suffering for supplies and necessary attention. These are dreadful sights, not soon to be effaced from memory. SCHOOL BUILDINGS AS HOSPITALS Several members of the school board met yesterday, and a proposition was .:greed upon to place the public school buildings at the disposal of the board of health, to be used as public hospitals, if needed. The city hospital is now being used, but, should it be required. these Bchool buildings will be taken for hos pital purposes. PHYSICIANS' MEETING. Pursuant to a call made in last evening s papers, a number of physicians met at the residence of Dr. Frayser, oa Union street, last night, to discuss matters of interest to the profession. The meeting being private, no reporter was present to take notes, nor has any report of the proceedings been fur nished for publication. A CITY OF TENTS FOR THE POOR. lesterday Dr. .Paul 11. Utey submitted a proposition to send a telegram to President Hayes, or the secretary of war, for the use of hve hundred army tents wherewith to estab lish a camp out in the country for the poor ot the infected district, with a view to depop ulate t he district, and thereby stop the ad vance uud spread of tho disease. The sugges tion was at once indorsed by Health-Officer Erskine and others. It was regarded by the health board and the public as a happy thought, and a most excellent plan. The proposition was carried out by Postmaster Thompson and General Patterscn, internal revenue collector. The following telegram was sent: Hon. G. W. M'Creary, Secretary of War, Washing ton, D. C: Death is making rapid strides through our streets; towns have quarantined against us. Uan you not order one thousand tents into which to remove the poor? R. F. PATTERSON, Collector. R. A. THOMPSON, Postmaster, An answer was received from the secietary ot war ordering one thousand teU to be sent from Evansvillo, Indiana. Another tel egram was sent by the same gentlemen ask ing for rations, and this will no doubt ba fa vorably responded, o by the secretary of war. This camp will be for the benefit ot the poor, who are unable to get away or to provide lood tor themselves and families, lhe idea is to send the poor peopl out of the city and form encampments at such places as can be selected. The rich can take care of them selves. ' MEMPHIS CAN'T BE KILLED. They are fighting hird to keep down the report of yellow-fever In Memphis. We hope from the bottom of our hearts that the city may be spared from this dreadful visitation, and that they are more scared tban hurt. It would be an unparalleled misfortune to be again Inflicted with this terrible pestilence, as in IXIS. It would come near of utterly destroying Us prospects In the future, and Its prosperity in the present. We do not think It could undeigo Mich an epidemic without total ruin. May a merciful God spare tbem from such a calamity. For the kind and generous sympathy with which the above overflows, we thank the Brownsville Democrat, but we beg to correct the impression that the city can be perma nently injured even by another epidemic. Like New Orleans, ve can survive all such visitations and flourish and grow fat by the enterprise and energy of the citizens. We could do better without the yel low-fever, but we are not going to be ruined by it. DEATH REPORTED BY THE HOWARD ASSOCI ATION. Rv. Dr. Sarner, who was reported sick on Wednesday last, at No. 161 Washington street, died at ten o'clock last night. The Howard association nurse, Fred Hellman, re potted the death at the Appeal office last tight at twelve o'clock. ANOTHER CASE REPORTED. Minor Banksmith, Avalanche messenger, No. 84 Court street, was taken sick with fever yesterday afternoon. The case was pro nounced yellow-fever by the attending phy sician late last night. FEVER AT RALEIGH. It was rumored last night that there were seven cases of fever reported at Raleigh, the result, no doubt of tae visits cf Memphis refugees. A SUGGESTION TO THE HOWARDS. We suggest to the Howards the propriety of their districting the city, as they did ia 1873, and visiting every household affected by the fever. In that way they can make their money and help available, and only in that way. facts About the Fever-How It May be Uealt with. The' New York Evening Post, in a well considered article on the yellow-fever, says; "When we say that comparatively little is known by medical men of the real nature of this scourge, we cast no reflection upon the men whose business it is to observe the phe nomena of disease. It is their uniform testi mony that yellow-fever baffles research be cause of the fact that it varies constantly in its phases and ia the treatment to which it yields. So well is this understood that an eminent physician, in a monograph upon the ; outbreak of the disease in Savannah a year ' or two ago, laid it down as a fundamental rul! of yellow-fever practice, that the efforts i of all physician, wherever the faver appears. Khould be directed, first, to th discovery of the treatment to which, in that particular city, at that particular tiui, the fever most i readily yields; and every observer of this ,' plague know- (hut tiu- ratio of deaths to cases always deiMMvi utter this point ha been determined. I.. Savannah it was found tj be neres-.iry t- a-l'iimist T hroio doses of quinine, and the writer of this article r: luembers an outbreak of the fever in whi;h quinine, except as a preventive, was foe ad tJ be nearly useles-- American physicians einp'oy spnrk!in win" freely in the treat ment of th:t disease, while in same part3 of the West Indies this prae'icrt is so sharply condemned that a urooslyn physician on bis travels there, having used cnampagne ia treating a patient on shipboard, was warnei not to go a-thore under pndty of death tit the hauds of au outr i.Mt mob. So, too. phy sicians are greatly perplexed at the variation cf the disease in different patients a varia tion due to the tendency of the disease to be ome complicated with dantrerous symptoms of other maladies. Notwithstanding tneso peculiar difficulties, science has made very important advances, both in preventing and treating yellow-fever. About half a dozen .V'Ttrs atro the disease appeared in Charleston, South Carolina, and, having warning in time, the physicians of that city, with propor nun- port from the authorities succeeded not only iu restricting it t? the district in which it first appeared, but in stamping it out of that district without the a;d of frost; and wherever sanitary conditions have been tolerably good, efforts to check the disease have been much more sue cessful recently than they were of old. In Savannah the work of medical men was of little avail, becnuso ot the malarious nature of the surrounding country, and because the 8i;wers of the city emptied into an open d'tch, the exhalations from which poisoned the at mosphere beyond the power of disinfectants to sweeten it. Memphis, in like manner, at the time of its last visitation, was in a bad sanitary condition, with a stagnant creek at hand, into which much ot the offal of tl.e city had been thrown Two facts ot the high est importance are now hrmlv established. namely: That vigilaat quarantine supervision ettecrualiy piwencs the entrance ot the dis ease into a city to which it is not native, and that the disease, even if patients sulferiug trout it come into a city, will not spread it the condition of the ci'y does not invite it to spread. It does not spread in a pure atmos phere, and the lower the tempera ture the less likely is it to spread Tiiere is so much uncertainty as to its contagiousness that when the pres cut writer qu-'stioned two physician j, both specialists in the treatment of this malady, on that point, cce replied: It is the most coa!a gious disease known to man,' and the other said: it is not more contagious than a stumped-toe;' but there is little danger in either case that jellow-tever introduced Irom without into a city with wholesome air Will propagate itself by contagion, because in every such case the utmost pains are taken to secure toe absolute isolation of the patient, and the efficacy of this precaution is demon strated nearly every year in New York aad tirooklyn, into which cases are introduced during almost every summer." Citizens' Heeling To-Uay. The undersigned citizenp, who intend to remain in the city during the prevalence of the tever, invite all ot our people similarly inclined to meet at the Greenlaw Operhou9e, at eleven o clock, for consultation and action with regard to assisting each other through the scourge, and providing ways and means for removing from the city to a place of safe ty such of our people as are pecuniarily una ble to ao so without assistance. It is expected that answers to telegrams sent to President Hayes will be placed before the meeting. C. G. Fisher, E. C. Mosby, H. Kurstenhelra, W. B. Galbreath. R. F. Patterson, s. M. Gate?, J. M. Keating, W. H. Bates, J. T. Pettlt, R. A Thompson, N. M. Jones, J S. Day. Orgill Bros. & Co.. B. Babb. John S. Toot, . Mosby, All Tutner. Porter. Taylor & Co., C. P. Hunt, G. Kails & Co., S. C. Toor, R. C. Nicholson, John M. Peters, W. P. Proudflt, Fader, Jacobs 4 Co., J. R. Godwin, and others. "Xenril" Instantly Cnres .Neu ralgia. It i.3 fourteen monthp since I cured myself of neuralgia with "neuril," and I hare not hud the slightest return of ixtin. John W. Scott, St. Louis. George W. Jones & Co., Memphis, agents. Hebrew Hospital Association. Mr. Frankland having left th city, the association has reorganized as follows: N. D. Menken, president; David .baseman, treasu rer; Edward Goldsmith, secretary. The as sociation has sent a large number of Israel ites out of the city to various points. The I'cst and 3Iost Economical, Housekeepers are giving the cheap, adul terated biking powders a "'wide berth," and why? Because experience has taught them that an absolutely pure, full-strength, tull- weigbt article, such as Dooley's yeast pow der, which never falls to produce light, whole some and nutritious biscuits, rolls, mumns, waffles and griddle-cakes of all kinds, is by far the cheapest and most economical. Buy your boots and shoes from Wilder, and save twenty-five per cent. 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Ninth Grand Distribution, at Sew Orleans.Xueday, September lOth. LOIIMIAXA HTATK LOTTKKV CO. This Institution was regularly Incorporated by the Legislatureof the Slate for Educational and L Irrita ble purposes in 18d8, with a capital of fcl .OiMl.OOO, to which it has since added a reierve fund of &i.V).- 000. ita iraot HiaIe . umber DiMtri- buttons will take piac oianthly on the steond Tuesday. It never gcaics or iipouc. Lock at the following Distribution : 'CAPITA! PUSZK, $30,OW. 100,000 Tickets, at eacn Half Tickets SI. 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