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THE MEMPHIS IDIX. APPEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1S78.
! t r 1 i in tii re th wc Lo the pat !!(: no, Ifre feat are con a any tanc Jfret of 81 us, o of t! porte serte Specla Bmc look tc is nt , the glc new cx ewes i the sec was l. house died thi fever. an.I ffr: chtr.tcte t'uthl.-r with Iju hers in t h aluir-t solita.it" i ful httlei t ie settle fice. Xi by the f t of all ch; may iut- i from ioipt C.who, Ca'M ol yt siciam tx iJAILKOAI) TIME-TABLES. .oninvllle and Xashvllle and 4reat Nonthern. ) LKAVB. I I , rent. dallT (except Sat)' 1 1 -M p.m. ki'i.dAiiy WOO a.m. . ."K-nzle Accommodation, -iy excel Sundays)... 4:40 p. in. 4:00 p.m. 8:16 a.m. Heniphi and Charleston. LSAVB. AKRIVB. (City time) Express Traln.dally 12 noon. 1 1 :00 a.m. b. aMTllle Accommodation J uIt (exeepi Sundays)... 400 p.m. 94)0 a.m, tirvii Junction Aoc., dally 'excpt Sundays). . .. Mississippi and Tennessee. IJUTL j AJtBITB. 1 .- Orleans Mall, dally ... 8.00 a.m.1 2.00 p.m. a Ml. Accoinmodatlon.dal- I (except Sundays). 6:10 p.m. 9:10 a.m. re!nt and Accummo't'D, I ajly (expt HundHys).,. Jleniphis and Little Ilock. ula. arkiva. il.iln Train, dally BOO p.m. 11:40 p.m. r'-. ;nt. dally. icept Bun.) rt&U a.m. BJjQ p.m. Fadurah and Memphis. LSAVB. AKK1VK. ' II A pawng'Mraln. dally 410 p.m lOOO a.m FOB HUNT. ...... . t -r. i . i Ti . ci i.vim a f 1 t 1. ( rom the city ; good water, etc ; also, sell grow- g crop ou iwenlj acres. Atplyal I HATT GIN CO., Front street. VT ICE COUNTRY RESIDENCE At Rossvllle 1 Tenn., one hundred yards from depot. Fos- v-slon Riven Immediately. Apply to Bill. Fontaine -?.. or to W. T. Stone, at RossvHla. i JQOM3 Two rooms on Pigeon Roost road, oppo A.V site Col. Snowden's; good water. For terms l ply lo Mrs. M. J Carroll, on premises. STOREROOM From SeDt.l9t.an. elegant store O room, with basement, situate No. 85 Whitehall A., Atlanta, (in., in the center ot the retail dry goods l.adeor this thriving city. For further Information and terms. aoDly at onoe to W. P. PattUlo. Atlanta. it a. Reference, i. A, Oint, Sup't 11. and CUB., at Memphis. 13K81DENCKS STOBiIr ROOM3-81ngle Of In lt suit. W. D. AIXJALLI M, Agent. No. 19 Malison street .. X rr MAIN STREET At present occupied by ) I R. M. Drake A Co.; one of the best stands ai the city; fronts on Main and West Court streets; uptr floors will be rented. If desired; possession cist September. Apply to C P. HUNT A CO., 30tl Front street. , I OUSK No. 128 Court street, from September U 1st. Apply to T. C ram, at 121 court, or Mrran. at 10 Court street TOTTAOB A frame cottage, with four rooms, j newly built and w"b all modern conveniences. rly at 57 North Second street. FOK MALE. y INS Several teoon-nana wins, in perrect re- ins, in pei STAN TO r ualr. Apply to J. T. STANTON, a I Forrest's .stable, 62 Monroe st, corner Third. : JIAN03 LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE A J number of excellent secocd-band Pianos, very c.ieap. K W1TZMANN A CO., 22a Second 8t 1 3 ARRELS 25 empty eoal-oll and whisky barrels, JL very cheap, at 75 Madison street Q -HORSE ENGINE AND BOILER In complete J order, as good as new; will sell cheap, tor -tsn or good city acceptance. Appiyio HANDLE, HEATH A LIVEh.MORE'8 Foundry. i TEAT STORE With Oxtures. In good order, Vl and a good run ot custom: will sell cheap for cash or fcood paper. Cau at tto fopiar street SCHUSTER. I I OIJSB AND LOT On R&yttvn avenae; house LL bis 8 rooms, fine yard, slablo, large extra-built -istern. plenty shade. Apply to LEWIS R. UlL- HKHT, comer South Jackson and Raybum avenue. WASTS. if ATTRASS-MAKERSi At W. K. Thlxton's, 256 .i.l. Second street naiCKLAYERs Four first-class bricklayers f) muit be No. I . to whom best waaes v1ll be paid. Apply to W. a. BUMH & BUti, Nashville, lennesaee. CHICKENS We will get big prices for chickens. Seud them in. B. r. o.fll i a t uu., Pioduce and Commission Merchants. 1 KOCEKY CLERKS (Three) and three Porters, in. VX Open u am. to 4 p.m. OLIVER, FINNIE CO. LJORaE AND BLliGY For the next 0 days, or tI burse and rockaway to go twice a day 8 or 4 mllee in the country; or would purchase a first-class horse i nd buggy cheap. Address C. Appeal office. JGR3ES-4iood recommended and experienced LN yellow-fever nurses. CENTRAL RELIEF COM K. OF H., 39 Madison street. HORSE AND BUGGY To keep for thirty or sixty days, to drive three miles In the country each day. Apply to O. U. PECK, 3Do Main street at Wm. K. Moore Co.'s. PASTURAGE Parties having stock to pasture fat the summer, will call on J. K. MoCULLKRS, 7ft Monroe st , N Englishman wants to work for bis board. J Address M. C. P., this office. I PARTNER In one of the best paying and best I. located saw-mills In West Tennessee. Address SAW-MILL. Appeal office. STRAYED. TARE On Wednesday night, a brown Mare, no lVL whl e murks, hid on a good halter. Finder will le well pHld by returning her to car stables, Walker avenue. Elm wood. f ULE8 From the corner of Second and Mill L streets, August l4Ui, two dark brown horse mules one about Mxte n and-a bail bands blgh; six or seven sears old; old sore on back near the withers; small wart on one ear; recently bad (tcpit hes ou left bind foot, and hair off tbat pastern Tne other one about 14V bauds high; H or U) years old; in good order; lWut-colored uu belly and muzzle, oollar-tgalla on shoulders near point, and Mnall saddle galls on back; both mules shod al tound with heavy dnty-suoes; MO leward for any information leading to tbelr recovery, or 815 tor I oeu- return to SOUTHERN OIL WORKS, Memphis, Tenn. BOOHS AS II BOARD. "JENTLEMEN desiring board can be accommo VJT dated at Mrs. hlce's, Townsend Station, M. and I', ii &; residence. Bishop place, 1 1 miles from city; lOJttlon healthy and pleasant; terms reasonable. DESIRABLE front rooms and good board, at Mrs. ANDERSON'S, Jefferson st JO0MS AND BOARD at 8R Adams street TAI41SN UP. AYOVNH MI LE. 5 years old. Owner cm have pruperty by calling at Knight of Honor on Madison t DOJ FLETCHER. v f OLE one u.uus-colored mule, while month. iVL sore on right shoulder, shod all round. Owner can have same by proving property and paying . barges. ELIAS (XIX, near Hebrew Graveyard, on Hollyford road. iT ARB- On the night of the 15th, one bay mare. L saddle and bridle, which the owner can get by I rovlni proi-erty and paying charges. Call at MAR- 1 1. b! IKY'S. llj miles n the old Raleigh road. FERSUXAL. IVR. TH DL'RDYN AUD, of Paris, residing at No. I J 91 North Rampart, , New Orleans, La., will, by I fifing $5 in advance, send to any person at Mem- i Ms. an tne medicines wnicn are necessary, with tb ) Information or directions, to cure the prevailing epidemic, so-called yellow-fever. Not one patient aftlioted with said epidemic shall succumb, by using o n medicine on Brst symptom. The money must be rtep.witeri at HAKKY BKi HKS'B. 12HI.( Union st EIII PLUYM EST ACjiESCTir. ONSDALE CO., MANAGERS, No1itM lourt Ntrert, Memphis, Tenn. SOTICKJS. Manhattan Bank of Memphis, Mrmphis, Ticnn., August 20, 1878. OWING to the prevalence of yellow-fever and the consequent virtual cessation of business, tbl bank will remain closed for business until the first day of November, unless the fever should sooner dbtappear. The bank d"jislts have been temporarily placed In the hanus of the Unlm and Planters Bank, with funds to make them got!, and checks on the Mnn- nauan Bank win be paid by the union and Planters nana. All special packages, collections, etc., have been iucewine temporarily placed with the Union and i-ianiers Dana. snw. GOLDSMITH, Cashier. 1 trties desiring Information on special business. Kimn3 uvr. j a. pong. WX :LX FH. A6W XOrk. Stock Forf eited-Masonic Temple KTOTICE is hereby given to all the stockholders 1 of the Masonic Temple of Memphis who are in arrears for stock subscribed, and who have not ; Iven notes not yet matured, or that will not mature i-vlous to October 1, 1878, or where salt la not yet peuuing, uuu unless tne same is paid before October 1,1878, lbs full amount of their stock subscribed will be de cisr-Ki ivneiieu w tne Association. By order of the Directors. DAVID P. HADDSN. President A. J. Wgwn.BR. Secretary. JOTlCJK. Orrtca Memphis Cotton-Shd Associatiom, Mupbls, August 27. 1878. I N conseqnence of be prevalence of yellow-fever m tuia cuy, nnu uniu runner notice, the omce of iuu jiciiiyum vuuuu-fieea Association win be closed, iiue notice will be given of the opening of the office iir the transaction of business. No sacks senior . jtstivou uuui Mjriutrr ntiLlce. S. J. CAMP, Sec'y and Treas'r. Shelby ville Female College. A BOARDING-SCHOOL for young ladles, is lo cated In the beautiful and beaitny Blue Grass lldgi m ol central Kentucky. Seven teachers- three apeeiaUsts are em ployed; 100 pupils 20 boarders - 're enrolled last year. Careful and tborouah iralnlng Is given In tbe English branches, andeot nJ modern languages, music, patnUng and elocu tion. Board and tuition, with furnished room, lUhts ' I ! jel. 9 0 r month. Mimic or vocalization &l s-aIiv per mouth. For entalogue address ' W. U. hTlAKT, Prlaelpsvl. I CAM II. OK SO rAPKK. Order for the APPEAL by mail mu. t he accompanied by cash; otherwise th-y will re ceire no attention. Persons paying for the pajter for a stated time, and returning before its expiration, can hare the money for the unexpired tetn re turned to them, or the paper left by carriers in the city for the balance due. All bills for papers sent to absentees trill eb rendered on the first of September. Subscribers who do not pay by the seventh of September will receive no wore papers. JiOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. All city subscribers, who do not receive their papers regularly, will be supplied, by calling at the office, at the same rates as are charged by the carriers. We hope our friends will avail themselves of thisiffer, the best we can do for them under the circum stances. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. S. Isaac's family are conval'-Bcent. Forney Holt is Bitting up convalescent. Mr. B. M. Hodges, 416 Lauderdale, died veeterday. Fireman Arthur Dwyer ia down with the f-ver. Captain William Elliott died early yes terday morninp. Hon. John Loague and wife show a grat ifying improvement. The popular "muwtrel boy," Bryant Davis, died yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Harris ia doing well under her husband's treatment. Hirsvm Gage is a great deal better, and will be up in a lew days. Ed B. Foster, one of the Howards, ia resting easy, and bids fair to recover. Dave (i. Reahardfc is convalescent and attending on his friend Ed B. Foster. Mrs. S. M. Gates and hrr two daughters!, Mamie and Frances, are convalescent. The town of Atoka has quarantined against all intected towns and cities. The first district reported four new cases yesterday, tour deaths, and five convalescent. Jesse Page was out attending to the sick, but, we fear, at the risk of his own life. Phillip Erb was reported at eight o'clock last night in 8 dying condition. Mr. Catron's case, we are happy ti record, was a false alarm. He was out and on duty yesterday. Andy Granger has not had the fever, He was working as hard aa ever yesterday and doing as much good. Mis. B. F. Plummer and her son Al. J. one of the Appeal press-feeders, are down with the fever. Of the fifteen Little Rock nurses, Captain Sam B. Going, T. J. Barr, E. L. laylon, k VV. Fabin and Trigg have died. The fever bas appeared at Masons,Tenn There have been three deaths, and five others are Bick. Tbe town is deserted. We hope the people along the several lines of railroads will seud Mr. Thomas Cub bias all the wood he can usa. James Lonergau, of No. 12 Exchange street, died of the fever at Camp Jo Williams on Sunday last. The Galveston News, of September 10th, is on our table, thanks to Captain Allan, who put in an appearance yesterday. Mr. John M. Emanuel, of St. Louis, has recovered from the fever, and was at his post yesterday with the Howards. There were two nev cases, two deaths, and sixty convalescent reported in the seventh district yesterday. The report from the twelfth district yes terday was nine new cases, 'five deaths, one relapse, and three convalescing. Captain Marshall was taken' with the fever last night. He has been a hard worker as one of the citizens' relief corps. Case? Young is down with a bad case of chills. He is being attended by Dr. Thorn ton. Dr. Julius Wise drove into the city yes terday morning, his hrst appearance since his convalescence. Judge James Anderson was stricken with the fever yesterday. His case promises to yield to treatment. Frierson and M'Callum, of the How ards, were taken down with the fever yester day. Dra. Bond and Armstrong, of the How ard corps of physicians, are down with the fever. They were taken yesterday. Mr. Brooks, of the Appeal, and his mother, are both improving so well as to be pronounced convalescent. Mr. Emmanuel, of the Howards, who had a severe attack of fever, is up and on duty for the Howard association. M. F. Virgwon, of the Appeal press room, is the only one of tbe usual employes of that part of our establishment now upon duty. Dr. John Erskine, health-officer, and John G. Lonsdale, j'r., treasurer of the cit izens' relief committee, are all down with the fevc. Lafe Jennings, of the postc.flice, is again on his feet. Thanks to the Knights of Honor and the careful nursing of C. V. Snell, of Chicago. Dr. F. H. M'Gregor, from Tipton countv, is- ik of the fever at the residence of Mr. C, G. Fisher. He is receiving the best of nurs ing and medical attention. Good wages will be paid at the Peabody Hotel to competent waiters and house-girls. Apply early to-day at the office. Permanent places can be had by the proper parties. The thf rmometer at no time jesterday rose above 68J. It was cold for the time of vear, but we hope it will grow colder until it freezes hard. Mme. DeGray Bennett, a worthy and estimable lady, was among the interments yesterday. She will be sadly missed by the youth of our city. In the thirteenth and fourteenth dis tricts there were seven new cases, three deaths, one relapse, and three convalescing reported yesterday. General Wright was doing very well at a late hour yesterday evening, but bis brother-in-law, Huse Semmes, was considered in a dying condition. Captain A. T. Lacey, who had been ill , i .i , . Beverai uays, orearnea nis inst at seven o clock yesterday morning at his residence in Chelsea. B. w. Blew, publisher and business manager of the Western Methodist, and three of his children, Jesie, Willie and May, are down with the fever. Tip Harris and George Gillan, colored. Captain Glass s companv, are down with tbe fever at Camp Joe Williams. Jim Ghs too, of the same company, is sick in the city Several new cases and three more dea'hs were announced at Moscow yeserdav. The Mayor telegraphs that the doctors are not brokm down, and that their means are not expanded. Mrs. Matilda Aumpf. wife of Robert Kumpf, died last night at eleven o'clock of the tever. Mr. Kumpt has buried his mother and son, and now his wite. a r TT T A 11 - 1 . . air. a. l,. Aiian arrived last evening irom Liaivesion, ana reports senenteen per sons from Texas havintr come on the nmn train with him, to alleviate, as far as may be in meir power, an sunenng here. Mike Regan, un old fireman of Mem phis, made his appearance on the streets yes terday. He had a severe attack of the rre vailing disease, but whipped the enemy in ni teen days. The Odd-fellows relief committee has attended to one hundred and tifty cases of yellow-fever (members and their families) Sixty-three Lave died, 60 are still sick, and zi nave recovered. We regret to announce that Private M'Neil, of the signal corps, who succeeded aergeant M t,iroy at ihis station, is down with the fever. The Howards are attending i una. ne was resting easy last night. Mr. Woodlock, pressman of the Appeal, is crjnvaiesciDg. ms wife was complaining last night, but it is hop d it is fatigue and not the fever. She has been nursing her husband devotedly. We very much regret to learn that both Dr. S. R. Clark and his wife are down ith the fever at their residence on Beale street. The doctor has been a useful and energetic member of the citizens' relief rtnmmirron unA fell at his chosen post of duty. Mr. McGrann, forpman of the Appeal composing room, is doing well. His wife. we are glad to know, is also nnnrrmrVunr, velescence. Their sweet little daughter, Nel lie, a most promisinir child, was lai.l tn roof yesterday, Mr. Henry Moode superintending the obsequies. Captain Maccabe, commissary ot the cit izens relief committee, reports the following donations received at the commissary de partment of the citizns relief committee yes terday: B. Lowenstein & Bro., 2-5 pair army blankets; J. M. Watkins, Talbot, Tenn., 1 ham, l-SVi" lbs., 1 coop (13) chickens; E. M. Appersond: Co., flw worth ot provisions; incinnati southern relief committee, -ris. . -11 A A 'ans, 55 oris, nominy; v aiage oi Ayonaaie, ihio, through Cincinnati southern reuet com mittee, 2o brls. crackers; Cincinnati southern elief committee, through James M. Ulenn, 5,000 lbs. bacon. We regret to say that the M'Clellan Guards colored, have, in Private Hollenberg, ost one of their most dutiful and attentive members. He breathed his last on Tuesdav, the tenth, at Hollenberg's dyeing store. He nursed that family through the yellow-fever, and at last was taken down himself, ihe company mourn his loss. He will belong remembered by those who knew him. He was the man tbat won the prize at the arm a few weeks ago at the Exposition building. On Wednesday H. J. Hendren's resi dence on Hotchkis avenue, Brownsville, Tenn.. was consumed by fire, and with it a yellow fever patient named Colonel Grove, a well known citizen ot that town, urove naa relapsed and was almost a maniac. No one was occuDinsr the house except himself and nurse, the latter ot whom was out wnen me fire occurred. Tom Best, reported dead from yellow fever, was murdered. At an early hour yes terdav morning his body was found lying in front of the Olympic Park stable door, per forated bv a pis-tol ball. Captain Arata has ordered the police to use every endeavor to arrest the murderer, and aa the name of the susDicioned partv is known, he will most likely be arre-.ted to-day. General J. I. Amonette. who died on Wednesday, was one of the oldest and most highly esteemed citizens cf Memphis. He had srjent a looir and useful life here, and had earned a good name among his neigh bors. Actinar Chief-of-Police Arata yesterday received the following donations to tha lund of the police relief association: A. J. Rogers, chief of police. Detroit. 70 25: M M'Keogh, through Hon. Casey Young, to; Miss Kate Dewes, $1. C. Young Stewart, recently in charge of Kahn & Fneburg's store, died yesterday of yellow tever, at the tamily residence on Her nando street. Miss barah M. btewart, his sister, also died of the yellow fever at the same place and nearly al the same Lour. A telegraph from New York last eight states that Mr. h . S. Davis, president ot the First National Bank of Memphis is in that city, and greatly facilities the forwarding of money and supplies for the yellow fever suf- erers in this city and neighboring country, The Messrs. iShephenson, father and son, Appeal compositors, are both down with the fever. Two of the daughtersof the elder St'.pnenson are also down with it. lhey have the best of attention. Rev. Mr. Schuylar, of Hoboken, New Jersey, who came here only a tew days ago, was taken with the fever jesterday, and is now an inmate of the infirmary for phy sicians and nurses, on the corner of Third and Court streets. Oar friend E. J. Corson, with Mansfield & Co., was forced to shut up the house on Wednesday and go home; but yesterday we had the pleasure of seeing him once more at his post, putting up prescriptions as usual THE FE VER AT HOME. NEW CASES THURSDAY. Ihe "following is the official list ot new cases reported to the. Board of Health for the twenty-four hours ending 6 o'clock, yes' terday evening: Edward Schultz, 42 years. Kate Welch, 35 years, Dunlap. James Welch, 11 years, Dunlap. Otto Burns, 14 years. James Barnes. 32 years, 18 Market George Richmond, 26 year, old Raleigh road. H C Bieiow. 32 years. Dean avenue Emma Johnson, colored, 14 years, DeSoto, Wm Johnson, colored, 4o years, Deooto. Anna Johnson, colored, 9 years, DeSoto. Philip Dwyer, 40 years, 164 DeSoto. S W Dickinson, 28 years, 164 DeSoto. Dan Nevils, 29 years, DeSoto. Anna Burns. 18 years. 901 Georgia. SoDhia Schultz. 19 years. Hernando road E James, colored, 40 years, DeSoto and Gayoso. Mrs J B Cook, 38 years, 117 Linden. Kate Schultz, 15 Hernando road James Stickley, 42 Hernando road. Mrs Kirncll, 5 years, 27 Avery. Mrs Riley, 54 years, Dean avenue. Johanna Lemon, 35 years, 71 Avery. Annie Roper, 17 years, Hernando road Miss B Lemon. 17 years, 71 Avery. John Erb, 20 years, Hernando. John Reillv. 25 years. Dean avenue. Total new cases, 26, of which number four were colored. DEATHS THURSDAY The following is the official list of deaths as reported to the Board of Health, for the twenty-four hours, ending at six o'clock yesterday evening: Jehu Bacigalupo, 5 years, Beale. Louis White, 27 years, 113 Adams. Lucy Ling. 45 years, Gayoso House. T J Carr, 22 years, Howard infirmary. A Shaw, colored, 45 years, Clay and De boto. Biidset Walsh, 39 yearp, 34 Mulberry. Wm Scott, colored, 40 years, 51 St Martin Mrs Crowder s child, 10 years, Navy yard Jane Murphy, colored, 20 years, 228 Main Unknown colored woman, 35 years, 324 Second. L B Anderson, colored, 12 years. ,Mrs F Partlow, 50 years. Rock's alley. Wm Bush, colored, 30 years, 324 Second Hugh O'Farrell, 15 years, 436 Main. Jas Saft'ran, colored, 56 years, Chelsea Peter Carson, 33 years, 9 Charleston. Gullus Schultz, 45 years, Dunlap. Thos S'lllivan. 26 years, 500 Main. Jas IV-rkins, colored. 30 years, 47 Shelby L U ss, colored, 155 years, 44 Causey J- lin Smith, 40 years, Brewery. E. Coleman, col, 38 years, Union. Lizzie Slack, 35 years, 63 Maaison. Matilda Barbon, col, 55 years, 65 Bradford A bbuttlewortb,7 years, Manassas. Jennie Finley, 3 ears, 98 Front. John O'Conner, 55 years, 115 Main B H Eisler. 40 years. G H Grant, jr, 214 years, Sixth and Leon T F Ward, a years, 270 Beale. Rachel Falls, col, 60 Vance. Robt F First, 21 years, 29 Echols. Mrs C. Conner, 20 years, 111 Beale. Frank Garrison, 7 months, 373 Mulberry. E Wilheist, 13 years, 235 Main. F Franciola, col, 6 years, 59 Elliott. Herbert S Landrum, 22 years, 191 Wel lington . Captain Wm Elliott, foot of Jefferson. Ellen Daniels, col, 14 years, Broadway. A Long, col, 50 years, 322 Second. l)r B VV Avt, 66 years, 309 Vance. Nellie M'iu, 11 years, 230 Vance. T F 0 Clemeiita, 58 years, 225 Hernando. Ned Malone, colored. 18 years, 192 Beale. Unknown woman, colored, 50 years, 372 Union. Unknown white man, 55- years, 67 Jeffer son. Louis Legorini 12 years, 380 FsWdb. Mrs. Downs, 50 years, Ralei, CO d. Barny Havert, 29 years, 158 btOn 1. Thos Bpst, 55 years, Olympic , tuck. Thos McConnell, 20 years, 147 It juinson. L Laws, colored, 48 Manassas. A Williams, colored, 25 years, 519 Shelby. Laura Winston, colored, 48 Beale. W T. Lindiey, 22 years, Walnut and Van;e. Geo Bobinson, 65 years, 5776 Third. Wm. Whitmore, colored, 23, Suburbe. John W. Faben, 27 years. Nellie Kendall, 13 years, 159 Second. F. Neidig, 42 years, Court. Willie Harris, 5 years, Gayoso House. Frar.k Wadley, colored, 35 years, 23 Win chester. Simeon Hickerson, colored, 58 years, 253 Elliott. M Dolan. 10 years, River. Chas Williams, colored, 525 years, 75 Avery. Addie Youuger, colored, 23 years, 65 Gayoso. II Williamson, colored, 50 years, 173 De Soto. B N. Cutting, 45 years, Jackson block. M'Clelland, colored, 190 Causey. James II Sweeny, Greenlaw. M Dea, 40 years, South and Tennessee. Katie Arnott, 8 years, 349 Adams. Kate Ap,i, 7 years, Jefferson. Sister Vincentia, 21 years, 177 Main. Fannie A Mathews, 7 years, 410 Shelby. Hannah Maloney, 17 years, 250 Second. Sister Stanislaus, 21 years. Third and Market. Charles G Moore, 28 years. Walnut and Tate. Francis Myers, 27 years, Linden and Causey. Hester E Tithian, 45 years, 286 Alabama. Dr R A Patillo, 75 years, Walnut. Florence M'Laughlin, 2 years, city hospital. Susie Kester, 21 years, city hospital Gnus Tucker, colored, 30 years, city hoa- pital. Wm Wilson, 38 years, city hospital. Dan Curry, Colored, 35 years, city hospital. Joe Mitchell, colored, 25 years, city hos pital. Julia wisely, 5s years, city hospital. H Smith, colored, 40 years, city hospital. F Nicolati, 29 years, city hospital. A Croto, 43 years, city hospital. Geo Williams, colored, 60 years, city hos pital. wm V uonnen, oz years, city hospital. Nannie Webb, colored, 28 years, city hos pital. James layior, colored, so years. W 0 Saunders, colored, 26 years, city hos pital. Mike t lanery, 155 years, city nospitai. Phil Jackson, colored, 25 years, city hos- Pi,1-. total deaths, ye, ot which number were colored. Dr. Mitchell' Report. Officb Mkdic al Dkpartment, Howard Ass'n, t MKMem.1, September 12, 1878. f D. Langstaff, President Howard Association: The number of new cases (reported by neteen physicians) since last report, Sep tember 11,8 p. m., 203. Ihe following named volunteer physicians have reported to me, and been assigned to duty: Dr. Gaudon D Hulin, N w lork. Dr. Maurice Pritchard, Virginia City, Ne vada. Dr. J. G. Davis, Lincoln, Nebraska. Dr. C. W. Foster, Macon, Georgia. Dr. D. R. Montgomery, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Dr. J. Cecil Legare. New Orleans, I rpgret to report Drs. Bond. Armstrong. and McGregor, of the Howard medical corps, stricken down with the tever. R. W. MITCHELL, M. D.. Medical Director Howard Association. Comparative Mortuary Table. The following table shows the number of persons who have died each day from the be ginning ot the present as comparea with those reported during the expidemic ot lolo 1878. 1873. August 1 to 12 8 August 13 1 August 14 '2 September 14 10 September 15 8 September 16 12 September 17 19 August lo August lrt... 5 September 18 12 September 19 24 September 20 12 August 17 August 18 August 1(1 August 20 August 21 August 22 August 23 August 24 August 25 and 26. Angust 27 August 28 August 29 August 30 August 31 September 1 September 2 September 3 September 4 September 5 September rt ...... September 7 September 8 September H September 10 ...14 . .10 .. 10 ... ...11 ...10 ...10 ...15 ...52 ...32 ...58 ...70 ....58 September 21 8 September 22 10 September 23 11 September 24 1 September 25 20 September 2H 15 September 27 21 September 28 21 September 29 21 September 80 15 October 1 18 October 2 28 Octobers 19 ...70 ...87 ...52 ...HO October 4 34 October 5 4o October rt 37 October 7 43 ...4 ...2 -.100 Octobers 31 .. 97 October 9 48 October 10 55 October It 45 October 12 4 October 13 38 .. 9 ..111 ... Vt September 11. 104 September 12 98 October 14. 41 October 15 41 October lrt 20 October 17 30 October 18 2rt October 19 30 October 20 17 October 21 27 October 22 27 October 'AH 21 October 24 23 October 25 24 October 2t) 22 October 27 18 October 28 14 October 29 fl October 30 12 October 81 4 November 1 November 2 7 November 3 5 November 4 4 November 5 4 November H 3 Novemher 7 November 8 November 9 3 The above shows a total of 1,202 deaths for the epidemic of 1873, and 1,562 for the present epidemic up to 6 p.m. yesterday. Contribution to the Irish Relief Fund Ex-Mayor John Loague, Secretary of the Irish Belief Society, acknowledges the receipt of the following sums: Rev. W. J. Hamlltoa. Tuscaloosa, Ala S50 00 John F. Armstrong, President Hibernian soci ety, Augusta. ia 100 00 Tim O'Connor's Troupe, Texas 0 00 John O'Donnell. President St. Patrick's clety. Mobile 200 00 PERSONAL. Mrs. Lovell, New Orleans, can Hotel. a first-clas3 nurse from be found at the Peabody To the Public! We have temporarily located our head' quarters at Louisville, Kentucky, where, with Lhebulk of our wholesale stock, we are occupy' ing storehouse Nos. 70 and 72 Sixth street, to which place all communications, orders an remittances should be directed. . M. LOWRliWTKIS A Jilt OS. Guy, IHIIard & Coffin. We have determined to close our store un til the abatement of the fever now prevail ing. GUY, DILLARD A COFFIN. Peter IB. Donnelly. Grocer. No. 307 Foplar street, will Keep his store open during the yellow-fever Irom. 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. every day. EXPERIENCED YELLOW-FETEK XIKMKS, Male and female, wanted. Highest cash, priced will be paid. Apply at the office of the Masonic Kellef Room, Magnolia block. Union street. fistes, Doan &, Co. Are open daily from nine o'clock morning to tour o clock afternoon. Orders sent them and cotton consigned will receive prompt at tention. Southern .Express Company. Owing to the mu ruber of men now down with fever, this comp my will keep open only to bring in supplies tor the sick and destitute. Mo business will i forwarded. WM. WILLIS, Superldtendent. To Cotton-Seed Shippers! The office of the Memphis Cotton-seed as sociation being temporarily closed on account ot the prevailing epidemic, and the impossi bility ot' handling seed should they be sent to us, we hereby request our friends to hold them in trood order until it is safe to send sacks and receive seed. Our supply of sacks is ample, and we will nil all orders from m sponsible parties as soon as prudence will allow. We will then purchase all the good seed which may otter. Our friends are cau tioned against mixing any old seed with new, as such will not he merchantable. JNO. B. GALLOWAY, Sec'y and Treas. (Successor to S. J. Camp.) Patrons ot JK. Witzmann & Co. Will please make their remmittances as usual. Office hours from nine to ten o'clock morning, and six to seven o'clock evening. Fall Garden Meeds At Craig's nursery, Poplar-street Boulevard, There Are Xow Only two clothing stores open in the city, one of which is the large and deservedly popular estaoHHDmenc ot uruDD?, Austin cc Berry, No. 323 Main street. Business I '-urs from a.m. to 4 p.m. Terms siictly cash during the epidemic. Kotice: Oar Store will remain closed - darlne the epidemic. WM. FRANK. A CO., 840 Slain Street. All communications should be addressed to our office, Nos. 9 and 11 White street, New York. WM. F. & CO. K. F. Itevens Fills prescriptions for the Howard associa tion, day and night. INiotice. For drugs, or anything needed for the sick, go to E. F. Bevena's drug store, 219 Beale st. 31 r. C. Y. Stuart ia In charge of ILaha A Freiberg's Store, and. during the fever, will epen at 7:SO a.m. 11 one at 7 p.m. For bargains In Wry Goods. Clothing. Boots and Shoes, Cilve him a call. Notice! J. R. Godwin & Co. hopes to be able to serye their friends through the fever, and will fi'l orders for o-ooda vhon awnm,,r,iB 1 t ZWv. g2 S accomPaniei J with cotton. Omce hours, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ' FINANCIAL. Nothing doing beyond the routine busi ness of the past months, on Madison street. yesterday. Exchange wa quoted at par buying ana x seinng on jNew lork; on other eastern citiea par buying and i selling for both demand and siitht: on New Orleans discount buying, selling at par. GENERAL TRADE. Cut off as we are from all connection with the markets north, both by rail and steamer. tocks have necessarily "run down very low; we therefore give below quotations as nominal: Feed, in store corn, 56c; oats, 45c; bran, 90(g$l per cwt, hay, 90c per cwt. Flour extra, 3 25(rf5; tamily, f 5 255 50; fancy, f 5 75g6, accord ing to urana. potatoes coiinnuea scarce; Tennessee, $2; St. Louis, $2 50. Onions were in light supply; f2 25250 Eggs continue scarce and in demand; 15(3 20c. Chickens wee in active request at $2 otgf4 25; extra old hens $4 50. Buttei common, 68c; good country, or medium, 10(3 12c; choice western, 14(3 16c. Bacon packed, clear sideR, 8M8J8C; clear rib, 8(38c; shoul ders, 7c. Breakfast bacon. 9H10e. Hams canvased and packed, 12J 13Jc. Lard tierce lard, 82c; half barrels, 9,9Mcj kegs, y4c; halt pails, IUjc COTTON. "Sew York spot, yesterday, were reported quiet and Jc lower; on wharf and to arrive cotton is dunder quotations, r mures were firmer and three to tour points hiaher. Liv erpool market was quiet; New Orleans was irregular and 8 lower. Jur market, con tinued quiet, with quotations nominally un changed, aa follows: Ordinary, 94C; good ordinary, iuc; low middling, 10?a? middling. 107ac; good roid dliner. like: middling fair, ll?B'c; fair, 12c. The following are the New lork marKet, reports for yesterday: Ordinary, 9gc; good ordinary, 10 1316c; low middling, ll6c; middling, llyic: good middling, 11 lo-lbo; At 10:05, quiet; 12:30, quiet; ie lower; 16. auiet. Sales 390 bales. The following are yesterday's closing rates of New York futures: beptember. 11.4(2 October, 11.071I.08; November, 10 94(310 95: December. 10.92. The tone ot the tuture market was at. u:u. firmer; at 1:45, quiet and steadier; at 2:2a steady; at 3:15, steady. Sales, 44,000 bales. IS'ew Orleans ckwea irr-stuiar at lusac ior middling. Sale3, 50 bales; receipts, net, bales. Liverpool telegrams reported the mar middling uplands, 6Jd; Or Sales 7,000 bales; receipts, ket quiet; leans, 6d. 400 bales. Liverpool arrivals opened quiet and steady : Seritember. 63ad: Septembei -October, 6 ll-32d: October-November, 6 9-32J; No vember-December. 6 7-32d: December-Janu arv. 6 3-16d. At 5 o'clock arrivals closed barely steady. LOCAL NOTICES. Query. Why will men emoke common tobacco when they can buy Marburg B-os Seal of North Carolina at the same pme?' Green Brier whisky is made with great care grain all picked and cleaned, water from the finest sprintr in the countv of Rob ertson, and cleanliness is the standing order ot the distillery. Keller to a tenilr mau Living near Memphis. New Orleans, August 17, 1878. The undsrsiened certifies that he held for collection for account of R. L. Jones, Gray' son, Crittenden county, Ark., near Memphis through Messrs. Hill, Fontaine x Co., whole sale crocers. Memphis. Tenn.. Whole Ticket No. 58.172, Single Number, Class "H." in the Louisiana State Lottery, which drew the First CaDital Prize ot Ihirtv thousand Lol lars. on Tuesday, August 13th. 1878; said ticket having cost the sum of Two Dollars at the omce ot the Company at iNew Orleans sent bv correspondence, addressed to M. A Daunhin. P. O. Box 692, New Orleans, La and that the amount was promptly paid on presentation of the ticket at the office of the Company, in a check on the Louisiana Na tional Bank ot New Oileans. T. M. WESCOAT, Agent Southern Express Co., New Orleans, La. Embree's Liver Medicine, Fifty Cent9. For all liver complaints and their attendant viis, bilious attac ks, constipation, dyspepsia, headache, fever and ague, malaria, etc., this is a speedy remedy. Purely vegetable and pleasant taste. G. W. Jones & Co., Mem phis, agents. Having Established an Office, As cotton factors and commission merchants, at Nos. 201 and 203 Second street, St. Louis, Missouri, we tender our services to the trade generally. That office will be ucder the per sonal supervision of our Air. Napoleon Hill, who is prepared to meet the wants of our customers and friends. Our house in this city is still open. Very respectfully, HILL, FONTAINE 4 CO. Fm F.Hevens, Druggist, Will fill all prescriptions at all hours, day and night. James P. Merritt sleeps at tbe store all night, and will attend to night calls promptly. To the Citizens or Memphis: The daily spread of the epidemic, and in creasing calls upon us for relief in every con ceivable shape, is exhausting the liberal con tributions heretofore received, and we are forced to call on all who are able to help us, either with monev or supplies. Under the circumstances it is impossible to call on par ties at their places ol business. We wish this to be taken as a pi rsonal appeal t any indi vidual under whose notice it may fall to help us teed and take care ot this amictea and dis tressed people. Contributions can be made through JAS. S. PRESTIDGE. Chairman, No. 9 UnlOB, W. W. THACHER. First National Bank, Dm. S. B. CLAKKE. Pboen'x Insurance Co., finance Committee. For Upward ot Thirty Years Mrs. Winsiow's soothing syrup haslieen used tor children. It corrects acidity or the stom ach, relieves wind colic, rej-ulates the bowels cures dysentery and tfiVirrwrt.whether arising from teething or other causes. An old and ill-tried remedy. Twenty- f're cettts a botil IK. JOHN KKHK1XE Wants fonr good, reliable colored men for Manltary -work. They mast come 'well recommended, and be prepared for the work reqnired of them. " bermaline" cures all forms of malariu. suci is chills and tever, bilious fever, swamp fever, etc. As a preventive it is the best safeguard in cities where fevers are preva lent, if taken in time. Ask your druggist for lhermalme. lwenty-hve cents per box. Mailed free on receipt of price, by Dundas Dick & Co., 37 Wooster street, New York. "Aeuril" Instantly Cures Neu ralgia. It is fourteen months since I cured myself ot neuralgia with "neunl, and I have not had the slightest return of pain. John W. Scott, St. Louis. George W. Jones & Co., Memphis, agents. A becent letter from New Orleans states Colden's Liebig's liquid extract of beef has been extremely beneficial as a preventive to those exposed to yellow-fever malaria. HAppr tidings for nervous sufferers, and those who have been dosed, drugged and Quacked. Pulver- macher's Electric Belts effectually cure premature debility, weakness and decay. Book and Journal, with information - b thousands, mailed free. Ad dress PuxvKHJiACHKn ALVANia Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. SECURITY Building; and Loan Associations NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. TjTOB the present, payment of dues. Interest, etc, JD can e made to the treasurer at tbe Kourth Na tional Bank, between the hours ot 1 1 a.m. and 2 p m. No tines or penalties will be recorded against absentees who make good their arrears on tbelr re turn. Until further notice, rvgular meetings will be discontinued. A. S. LIVKUUOKE, President. W. C. McCxtrRB, Treasurer. Special Notice. Fkkight Department, Louis. Nash. H. B., t Memphis, September 7, 1M78. f TTNTIL further notice no freight will bw received U for transportation by this Line, destined for points beyoud Louisville, Kentucky. JOHN T. FLYNN, General Agent HOT1CK TO rilYSIClAAP. LL Physicians are notllied that the Ordinance requiring them to report cases will from this date be rigidly enforced. By order of BOARD OF HEALTH. Workinguien's B. ,fc l. Aaxoeiation. ON account of the prevailing epidemic the busi ness of this Association will ntnri In a tj4t or us Dense until November 1st. when a uimIuI hiaai- ln? wul 08 ca,11?d for consultation. All payments will be suspended without One until that time, a L. Pattkkson, Secy. l. lagbill. Pres'L NAF0LE0X HILL. -N, FO.TAI E, HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Coltou Factors & Wliolesale Grocers AGENTS FOR THE 33. nA-niTi.!H Noh. 300 and SR2 Front J. K. G DWI.V. L. D. MITLLIXS, Jr. GOD Cotton Factors and 336 Front street, corner Union, Memphis. Particular ttcntion aiven to the IMPORTANT TO i" CONSEQUENCE OF THE PREVALENCE OF temporarily removed our W holeale Headquarters LOUISVILLE, Where, with the bulk of our Fall Stock stopped ing tne Xos. 7G and 72 we ra ii mm Not wishing to hold our goods until we can again resume In Memphis, we shall dispose of ame at a fcacrlttee. Havliw bought them at lowest market prices, nml before recent advances, and being heavy buyers at the large auction-sales in New York, we will valine it ineir advantage to give us tneu patronage. Address all orders, communications and remittances to it. MWKvSTr.l V IlKOV. 70 D. T. PORTER. W. F. PORTER, T No. 300 Front Street, UelTiren Ittntli-on and illoni-oe- Stent phis. Tennessee. REMOVAL! To 17 Union st. (o'd Langstaff, G WHOLESALE HARDWARE, Cagle Cotton CJI ns. Fairbanks Scales. Rubber and Leather Belt in, Sorghum Jlills and Evaporators, TMCojJJ-lplJls Tennessee. J. II. Mt Daritt. It. 31. Stratton. I J. E. Dunsconib. I fjD MB S T RIO TOR Sl 00. DIULKHS IS STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Meats, Lard, Etc. Also, Foreign and Domestic Canned Woods, Syrups, Molasses, Etc. 2S1 ralii,)2re23a.iliis, From date will open at J) a.m. and close at 5 p m Orders from the country and city win nave prnnipi aiicnnon ann nnea ai hot torn nsrnreti. J. H. SANNONER & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Gen'l Commission Merchants, yp. IS Union street. - - - Memphis. Tenn. B. SEMMES 750 Brls. "Nelson Distiller;" Fire-Copper SPRING OF i8?3"'74"75-'76"'77 500'BrlS.Y rEE AiVB 11B ii GILL BROTHERS & CO. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY Wans and Fishing Tackle, Sorghum, Cider. Wrist and Fan Mills. Flouring Jlills. Wheat Threshers, Hotting Cloth, JKlevator Cups, Cotton tain and lresss. ftteant Machinery. Fittings and Pipe. Fanglit leering Horse Engines, dinni and .Leather Belting. W. A. W1LL.IAJIS. WJLJLsSjIAMS .MANUFACTURERS Lumber hingle DOOBS, SASH AND BLINDS, FRUIT AND PACKING-BOXES ! OFFICE AND YARD: Corner ttayoso and Second Sts. JEROXE HIL CELEBRATED OOTTON - street. Memphis. Tenn. S. M. McCALLUM. GrZN WIN & CO. Commission Merchants hnndlinffof cotton while in shed MERCHANTS ! YELLOW-FEVER IN OUR CITY. WK HAYS to KENTUCKY, at this point, en route from the East, we are occupy stores, XIXTJI ST. (I.ATK JO'S. T. TOHPK1S8 & CO.). are prepared to oiler great Inducements to buyers, and - 72 NIXTII ST.. I-ouisville. Ky. TAYLOR. G. W. MACRAE. AY LOR & CO. ij FA GTORS AND REMOVAL! stand of Allison Bros.), i aha m & Proudfit, K. 11. Dunsconib, Jr. &COe WHISKEY! XN BOTOX II. K. FLA IX CO. OF and Lath! SAW-MILL AND YARD: North Front Street, mm Tonnoi wusbi 3 L STEAM BOATS. 46 Connection." ANT person wanting a good small boat to connect with them the coming winter from Memphis or Vlcksbtirg up any sinail river, would do well to address CAPT. JOHN M1LLUKT, Clminirton. Monroe county. Ohio. FOR WHITE RIVER. M gmlivr Independent Memphis as Whlto rtiver racket. For Aagnata, Jaektutanort, West Plali Searcy and all May foists. The Keeular Independent Packet. HLAIU cash, ni Si. C. Postal CHi taia Will leave BVEKY wfiDXKHPAi, al n o cloclc f.tn., commencing September 4th. rnmngn piusoi tdn to all point. on uvii wjitte and Black riven. Apply for freight or pJse to No. 7 Monroe street, opposite peabody Hotel. B. P. SUN tw. n" Wn- hort. MII.T HtllkV LIKK ' Memphis bite Ktveraod MlaeB. Klver l. l. Mall rackets. For tndlan Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Derails mun, ues Arc, August, jao&senpon. west roini, Searcy. Bate7lile, PohtttMi asd Pocahontas, Tbe elegant passenger s-eamer It I J TH, M. K- Ham master. Leaves Memphis, on and After JuIt i:ttli. ererv 8ATUBDAY, at 6 p.m., connecting direct with the new Black Blver U. S. Mall Packet MILT HARBY for Pewbattan and Pocahontas, and with Daily Packets to Batesvllle and lippet White river. Tnrougn rates to an points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line. Memphis or Terrene, sill be promptly forwarded. i. T. WASHINGTON, Ae"t. K. E. Lee Wbarfboat. W. C. HARRY. ofllfC R. V. 1 Whrfno FOR ARKANSAS CITY. For Helena. Friars Foist, aloath of Whi'e River, Arkansas City and all Way Eiaadlsgs. The elegant passenger steamer PHIL AL.L.1N, 32a Nat. 8. Green.... captain John T. Gwathney-.elerK Will leave as above EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 6 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board, or to B. W. LlliHTfll7KNK. Agent, - Monroe tr orr'pf PhooT Hotol. Safety, Economy and Brilliancy! A Non-Explosive Oil SOLAB LIGHT is highest test ma,ie from superior crude; is without color, odor or smoke; Is spring- water white color; will not explode while burning In a lamp nor In any way, as It does not contain any of explosive compounds so frequently met with ordin ary oils for Illuminating. A lamp with Solab-Lioht Oil, If upset or broken accidentally, will not explode or bum. It Is free from all the dangerous gases which are usually found In Illuminating oils made from petroleum, by the use of which has been caused so much destruction of life and property. EC. WETTER & CO. SOLE PBOPBIETORS. DEALERS IN OILS AND LAMPS. NOTICE. I WILL pay bills and orders on me, as treasurer, only between the hours of lO a.m. and 1 p.m. Will receipt for contributions between the hours of 9 n-m. and 4- p.m. Patties will oblige me very much by observing these hours JISU U. UIASDAUS, JR., Treasurer Cltizen' Relief Committee, office Planters Insurance Building, No. 41 Madison st eet D.F. Cavanagh & Co. DEALERS IN COFFEE! TEA! SPICES! WANTED ! Active 31 embers for the Howard Association. OFFICE HOWARD ASSOCIATION. I Mkxphis. August 28, 1878. 1 'Reliable, energetic and respectable citizens. desirous of becoming active members of the Howard Association, are requested to send In their applica tions at once, as additional help Is urgently needed. All applications will be balloted for. and none but thcee who can answer to the above requirements will be elected. A. D. LANGSTAFF, Vice-President Howard Association. Notice of Dissolution. BY mutual consent, the firm of Herron. Connor ft Co. dissolved on tbe 7th In-t. Tbe ruWandlng business of tbe firm will be settled by R. K. Herron, at their old stand, 2o Front St. R V. HERRON. August 23, 178. JAMEi CONNOR. NEW Filial. S. F. IIBUItOX & CO. (Successors to Herron, Connor & Co.), COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchant, XO.X60 Front street. .Memphis, Teas. liberal advances made on consignments. Bag- glng and Ties furnished customers. J' B' & Wl A' Fa'reS' DEALERS IN MULES & HORSES Ko. 55 Union tret. Near Poetofflce Me .phis, Tenn A large assortment of Stock always on hand, Everything guaranteed as repreaen'.ed. Orders solicited. WALTHALL H0MEF0R THESICK (SABKET HTKKKT sCHOOLBOO) j ILL be open for the reception of patients to, VV day (TUESDAY) at 12 o'clock. Dr. Icwell the physician In charge, will examine all patients before they are removed Irom the ami)' lance, and If found to have been sick over twentv-four hours they will not be admitted to the hospital! W. E. ROTORS. M.D.. Surgeon In Charge of Hospital for the Howards. Special Notice to Shippers! TO NT. KBA.Vt IS KIVKK. BY rnjuest of most of the citizens on SL Francis, I will make connection with the Coahoma at the mouth of St. Francis river until the yellt w-fever abates In Memphis, Shippers w'll please mark freight for all points as high ss the Cut-off, care steamer Mark Twain. J. D. RANDALL. September 2, 1878. DAN'L PRATT COTTON-GINS! UR OFFICE Ill not b elos4d dnrlsc V J the nrevalenee sr the prevalence sf yellow-rever. All orders tilled promptly from this city. St. Louts or the factory. 1-RlTT ilN CO , 814 Front street, Memphis. Memphis Cooperage AI Manufacturing Com'y. OX AD AFTEK XOVKMHKB UKST -fir It will be able to nil all orders for OIL-BAR VV RKLS, MOLASSKS BARRELS. KEOs of al sizes, and SLACK COOHERAtiE. in any uuantity. We have succeeded in getting a large sloe of th best material on hrind before we were coiupe lfdt suspend operations on account of the prevailing epidemic. All orders addiested to the Secretary, 1 m isdlMsn street, will, after the above dale, se cure prompt attention. Memphis Cooperage & MTg Co. Psr W. J.kMcDKiMOTT .Secretary. V 1