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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1878.
0 1 S c c ft t G I B h P a. D u fc T tk M al Q le tb to It. lr dc ah C7 ha .la it wi of 811 itAIIJlOADTIME-TABLEH. oulaville and Xaahvllle and Ureal Southern. M.-ress. dally (except Sat.) hi, dally .'ii7l Accommodation, l '-4jr (except Sundays)... 1 1 JSO p.m. VVO a-m. 4:40 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:15 a.m. 2Iempht and Charleston. I LEAVE. (City tlme I Mill A Kxprma Train. dally 12 noon. .-, 1errllie Aeoomnxxiailofj .1 lly (except sunday) . . . j 4 0 p.m. timid Junction Acc, dally 'exon titindays). i AH&1TS. 11X) a-m. fl:O0 a-m. .TliftNlRtlppf and Tenneee. LLkVL AKKIVX. ti Orleans Mall, dally. . . 8.00 a.m. 2 .00 p.m. ?MI Aoconiinodallon.dat- (exoept Sundays). 6:10 p.m. 9:10 a.m. KreUht and lowmmo'l'D, J uly (except Hunditys)... 31 em ph In and Little ICock.. " I-XAYK. AR&ITB. UUii Train, dally 5:00 p.m. 11:40 p.m. r-mht. dally except gun.). rt .HO a.m. &M0 p.m. I'adnrah and Hemphls. LEAVE. ARRIVE, rll 4 passeng'r traln.dally 4.O0 p.m. 10:00 a.m rpwo hundred and frrty acres of stood hill land, jl wun smenaid residence ana tenant-nou mid In high stale of cultivation. It Is a very healthy place, with good cistern water, situated live miles west of Horn Lake Depot. It can be bought cheap lor the cash or In three Installments. For further Information aldress UK. W. T. ARBUCKLE, Horn Lake, las. JARRKL3 25 empty coal-oll and whisky barrels. Jl very cheap, at 7r 3 Madlon street 2pf-HOkSB ENGINE AND BOILKB In complete J order, as good as new; will sell cheap, for jmh or cut acceptance. Apply to HAND HBATH LIVKR KMOkK'S Foundry. WATH, "7" ANTED Any person who left clothing forre- V pnns Wltn Jos. mull. o- jov Main sireei. vo call on B. 'itntienr. corner Main and South Jackson streets, at Kubeusujlu'a grooeiy, pay charges and prove ptoperty. shipping, receiving, eutryor bill clerk. . . BKUWN. Care Apienl olllce. SITUATION As salesman, O entry, or bill clerk. shipping, receiving Li.il L. t ttisr. Care Appeal TTA' Xl ply at WVodland dairy, 2 miles southeast Court square, near aiempnis ar.o i nanesion nwrwao '"lOTTAOE With four rooms, within ten minutes V7 walk or ine Apieai omce. item must ixt lnoua rate. Aldre "Ctuir." Ai'peal nWce. ii KiVVTI from Cedar Grove, near Kartlett. wti two uows; one heavy built. In good order waue and dark brown spots and speckles on body ftartuun. medium boms. The other a small nenxne cow. In thin orUer. Both cows are fr. Hh Bilkers, and hat leather strap or collars around tnelr necks. Tho sicTC rjr? will be paid If the cow are delivered to Mrs. Warner's, Cedar Grove, or nt the Green Tree House, Memphis. JOHN RINGWALD. LI" 1-lLK.- -September lMh. one black mule. J.YJL marked K. A. on me leu snouiaer, ana on me same shoulder has a white spoL Owner can have by calling at Veter Ueall A Co.'a, on Wolf river, by lilentlfylng property and paring charges. ' CPLE-One Bat Mare Mule, fourteen and a half bands high. Owner can have by calling at Court street stables and pacing charges. T)AY MARK With bridle and saddle. Taken up tiepteiuber 1 nth, on xilgg avenue. A HARMON, Corner Jackson and Klghth. rOCKBT-JWK)K At teleeraph office a pocket- L book, conlalulns near thirty five or forty dol ars Kinder will lie liberally rewarded for Its return to Thos. Y.. Wllsn, No. ltO Union street EM VJIKSir AKSiJY. ONSDALK A CO.. MAN AUERd, No. wet f'niitt dtreet. Memphis. Tenn Knights of Innisfail Relief Com - 1 A -t. K. CL lnv airman, DeHoto st Englnehouae. 3 li: . ovitiiilVAN. 2:1 J Front street )AMK3 KARHKLL. Ht5 Main street. HKADtjllABTErtS H17 Second street. NOTICE. W E have rented and thoroughly repaired Cotton- shed No. 184 Madison street, formerly ooco pled by Messrs. Dlllard & Coflln. and will occup) same asisoon as possible. Our patrons will please take notice and govern themselves according. Par ties having cotton to handle will do weil to consult us. liutll furthor notice we will be found at No. W) tTnlOn street. M. IS. H1IKITON A. CO. .. Virginia Female Institute, V oT AUNTON. VLKUINIA. EkV. r. BT. PBaxipa, Rector, anslsted by a full corp r experienced oBlcers. The B4ih annual sqssIoi will oommenoe Sept. 11,1878. Bnlldlngs spaclour. with gas and hot and cold water. Heated by steam, sfrtonsive grounds, patronage from 1ft stater, eosnnl first-class. Terms reduced. Seven churchtt wnnin three minutes walk. For catalogue addrest zap wor. ' , f . . . "tr otice to Employes SWS1PPI AND TENNESSEE R. It. Officb of Scprristkntknt, 1 Mkmphis, September 10, 1878. 1 jiaMSaciNQ Weonesday. September 1 Hth, and ' "-t mrther notice. Mall and Mixed Trains omween Memphis and Grenada tri weekly --. xnncmTs, Wednewlars and ndays under the ' i i mn scnednle, us follows: Kfr. 2 leave Memphis at 11 :-'!0 a.m. . t -enve Memphis nt 10:r0 a.m. i w tmv Superintendent. NOTICE. -fAT!Nti oijwi. Xo. Ill JIarket ;treet. t. JLoniH, we ar prepared to receive 1 SHIPMENTS OF COTTON AND FILL ORDERS for supplies for our friends and patrons who cannot ', be served from Memphis during the prevalence of the yellow-fever. E3TE3, DOAX 4 CO. Tho White Cliff Mineral Springs . yy" ILL be kept open to refugees from yellow-fever tuitll the first of December. Splendid accommoda tions; location high; atmosphere dry and pure, spe cial rules; satisfaction guaranteed. Will require visitors to be ten days from the Infected districts. J. H. MAGILL, Proprietor, White. Clin Springs, East Tennessee. TO the MASONIC FRATlixTTY " Ornnn Masonic Bari or Bklief, ( MKMKHi.-(,ijeplember 17, 1878. f rjlH E Board of Relief having suffered the loss of our secretary, Brother A. J. Wheeler, for the piesent Brother Johu W. Wavuesbur,;, V. P., will assume Hie position of Secretary. All concerned will recog nize hi m as such. A. S. MTEBS, President. To Our ( onutry Friends and Customers. "y"K are stlU oien, and hope to remain so during this frightful scourge. We will be under especial obligations to those of our customers In the country who are Indebted to us and who will make us liberal remittances, either by mall or express. A. VACCARO CO., 824 Front street. OwLugrto the Prevalence of YelJovf Fever and around Memphis, we have temporarily removed to the office of SIEDENBACH. SCHWAB & CO., 541 Broadway, New York, where all commurU cntlons should be addressed to us, and from which 1-olnt we will be pleased to ship goods to all of our friends who may desire anything In our line. As soon as the Board of Health may decide that It h safe to do so, we will open in Memphis a full t took of Fall and Winter Clothing, made exclusively for the Southern Trade, and continue business as heretofore. SCHWAB 4 CO. Stock Forfeited-Masonic Temple "NTOTICB Is hereby given to all the stockholders t.N of the Masonic Temple of Memphis who are in arrears for stock subscribed, and who have not tlv?n notes not yet matured, or that will not mature i-t-evtoue to October 1. 1878, or where suit Is not yet pending, that unless the same Is paid before Oetober 1, 1H7H, the run amxmt of t'elr stock subscribed will be de- ciarwi loneiwMi 10 me Association. By order of the Director. DAVID P. HADDEN, President. A. J. Whkio.r. Secretary. Owing to tho i'revalenro of Yel- low-Fevrv in Our .Tlidat. OUR store will rem It It Is pnidwnt ' tlied otiroflkv at U t ear White's SiaUob, i Mti. All communlCHi i dosed Irom this date, until hi to retnrn. H e have estao rsldenceof Mr. John C. Hill, eruphls and Charleston rail in addressed to us at Wbita's Station will receive ou tmnipt attention. liar. t. Uallory Jt Co., Mkvraia. Septemljei 4ili. -JS4 Front street. CASH, OK 50 PAPER. Ordert for the APPEAL &y mail mwl U accompanied by cash ; otherxciee they will re ceive no attention. Pereona paying for the paper for a ttated time, and returning before its expiration, can hare the money for the unexpired term re turned to them, or the paper left by carriers in the city for the balance due. CITY MTTBSCBIIIEIIH. OwIik to the Irkneaa or abeeaee of carrier, atoat of oar routes have beea temporarily dlaeeatlnued. Regular sab- r rlbera ran parchane tlrketsat the of fice, and send for their paper dally, and aret them la this way at Klfteeu Ceata prrwctk, LOCAL 1' A K A G R A I'll S . Another bright, balmy day. Louis Dalthroff is on his feet yet. Dr. W. E. Rojrera is much better. E. D. Jordan has entirely recovered. Ex-Alderman M'Call died yesterday. Dr. Force, of Hot Springs, ib doing well Dr. A. A. Laurence is about and rapidly improving. The first and third wards now have no physicians. Dr. Tuerk. from Cincinnati, was taken with the fever yesterday. We hear of several refugees returning to the city. Letter stay away John T. Moss, the efficient Howard, will be out again in a day or two. Marcus Jones is doing well. The other members of his family are up. Fornv Holt and Mr. Cooper, of the How ards, were both on duty yesterday. Colonel Je9se Page is on the convales cent list, and will soon be out again. Charles Lindburg, the Elmwood florist, is down with a very bad case of lever. John Meath. a fireman of company No, 2, died at a late hour last night of fever. Mrs. Duffy, nee Bridget Roper, has the fever at her residence on Hernando road D. D. Thomas will Jet E. D. Jordan know of his whereabouts. Care Appeal Billy Ball, of Neiderer's. has a slight at tack of the tever. He is in rort l ickierng Geo. Mallory. at the Appeal office. de sires to communicate with M. D. L. Stewart. Mr. Eug. W. Moore, of the Appeal, we were gratified to learn last night, was doing well. Pr. S. 1. Green was out yesterday, Though still quite feeble he has reported for duty, John M. Bradley, from Camp Joe Wil liams, called and says the Bluff Citys are all right, Mr. Crabtree Belcner, late city register, d ed of yellow-lever at luscumbia, beptem ber 2'HL. Mrs. Charlie Decker was taken with the fver yesterday morning at her residence on Shelby street, Madame Vincent's daughter, Mary Alice, 1:ed yesterday morning at her residence on Union avenue. General W. S. Featherstone, of Holry prini?n, Mississippi, is convalescent from an attack of fever. Mrs. G H Daebiell, sister-in-law of Vice- President J. H. Edmondson, of the Howards, died yesterday Dr. Dawson, of Paris, Tennessee, a volun ter Howard physician, was among the fatal cases yesterday. Manie Jones, daughter of Edward Jones, who has been down with the fever, is now recovering. Bob Bntton, the disciple of Vnlcan and x-member of the city council, was stricken 'own yesterday. Rev. Dr. Land rum. wbo has been down vith a protracted attack of fever, was ;n the treets yesterday. Sam Bard, the eccentric journalist, died of yellow-teyer at Baton Kouge, Louisiana, on the nineteenth. . Forney Holt, of the Howards, is out asrain to-day. He will be able to go on duty again in a tew days. Dr. Thomai 1. Easton, of New York, is Bhll on duty. He reports Captain Billy Hor man s a serious case. Major John P. Trexeyant, owinsr to the excellent attention of his nurses, Peebles and Willis, is much better. Dr. R. B. Maury, who has been practic ing in the vicinity of Gill's station, was taken with the fever yesterday. J. D. H. Meyer, who nursed Charlie Meister through a bad spell f the fever, has the fever and is doing well. Dr. Moore is now convalescent from an attack of the prevailing fever. He will be out in the course of a week. Mrs. H. Sigler, who was reported sick with the fever, it is thought has only a case of chills. She s doing well. Our merchants are being put to consid erable trouble about their expiring insurance policies. No agents are on duty. Office of Rev. Dr. Thomas's church re lief committee can be found at 257 Main street. Fred Rehkoff, committee. Ex-Policeman Haggerty has been severe ly afflicted. He has lost all but one of his children, and that one is quite sick. Chris. Hoffman, of the Knights of Honor relief, wants to hire or borrow a horse during the balance of the epidemic. Mr. Henry Wade, at the Bulkley place, wbo has been ill with the fever for two weeks, is able to move aboat his room. Henry Fazzi, the Peabody barber, who has been up Wolf river since the outbreak of the epidemic, has a bad case of tne fever. Dr. J. A. Forbes, a volunteer from Texas, who was assigned to duty in the seventh word, died at three o'clock yesterday morn ing. Dr. Lowry, who was progressing favor ably toward convalescence, relapsed yester day, which took the form of intermittent fever. Captain Chris Steinkuhl, of Carr avenue, reports that the Spicers are doing well, and that Arthur M'Kee will not be able to pull through. H. C. Harrison, a volunteer nurse from Norfolk, Virginia, is down with the fever at the Peabody. He is being carefully attended to ly the Howards. Dr. Abercrombie, who for some time has been down with the fever, is up, and for the past week has been able to resume the prac tice of bis profession. Mr. B. K. Pullen, grand recorder of the Knights of Honor, has established his head quarters at Murfreeeboro, where correspond ence can be addressed. A box of eggs was received by the How ards yesterday, from Berryville, Virginia, nicely packed, but there is an awful smell in the region of that box. Garvin continues to hold the fort at Fla herty & Sullivan's undertaking establish mtnt He has proved himself a whole team in the dispatch of business. The Gregg family have been swept from tho face of the earth. The father and six children have already died, and last night be mother was reported in a dying condition Felix Gi'martin, postmaster at the Na tional cemetery, died yesterday. He had but ecently recovered from a severe gunshot ound inflicted by a desperado, a short time ago. The ladies of Forest City, Arkansas, gave a concert recently for the benefit of the y l-Vw-fever sufferers in Memphis, from which 'hey realized one hundred and fifty tour dol lars. Holly Springs Reporter: "Mr J. B. Knox, of Memphis, is a volunteer among us, nd a truer, a better, or a more faithful man never volunteered. Ha cheers the poor and he helps everybody." Dr. Yountre, who visited Camp Joe Wil liams yesterday, returned last night. He brings intelligence of the favorable condition of Dr. W. E. Rogers that will be gratifying to this entire community. President Langstafl'. of the Howards, was on the street a few minutes yesterday, attended by his nurse. Mr. LangUft had a very severe attack, and is still very weak, but he must soon recover. Rev. Dr.White, of Georgia, reported dead m yesterday morning's Appeal, was Dr. J. S. M. White, of Atlanta. Georgia, who came here early in the epidemic, and gave his life away ministering to the nick. Mr. Jesse Moore, of the communion Una of Moore Jt Co Front street, died last night after a short illness. Mrs. Moore and Miss Mollis Moore are noth able to ait up in the room, but yet quit feeble. Dr. Charles Baskerville, with two nurses, went to'iHernando yesterday morning on a I special engine furnished by the Mississippi and Tenneasee railway company. Dr. Bas kerville, who ia a member of the board of health of DeSoto county, is much interested n the people of that county, and will do an in his power to alleviate their troubles. He will return immediately. Judire J. A Anderson, after a two weeks' tussle with yellow-fever, is now convalescent. He was so fortunate as to be nursed by airs. Weed, one of the very best of the celebrated Mobile can t-get-away nurses. Mr. B. Prichard. general manirer of the Little Rock railroad, died at Concord, Massa chusetts. Monday evening. He had been absent sice about the first of August, ine disease that killed him was bilious tever. Marcus Jones, of the Odd-Fellows' relief committee, has passed tne crisis, and is now believed to be on the bieh road to convales cence. I he remainder ot the lamiiy. wno have been down with the fever, are now con valescent. Robert L. Blakesly. a most valuable vol unteer nurse from New York, who has been in charge ot many of the worst cases since he entered npon duty here, was yesterday stricken down. Dr. Easton has his case, and thinks he will pull through. The following dispatch was received by A. B. Vaccaro, treasurer of the Italian rebel association: " Italian society of Chicago has donated one hundred dollars to your relief committee. The above dispatch was signed by "A. Caprom, president, Dr. de Grafferried reports several severe cases at Horjefield. where the disease contin ues to spread. Mr. btack, Martin uyan ana Marv Steward, colored, are very low. Mr a DunlaD is convalescing, tie repoits three new cases, but no deaths yesterday. Nashville American: "John Donovan states that he was not aware that hia chil dren had reached Nashville until he read it in yesterday's American, and that he took the nrst street-car lor bt. Alary a orphan asylum. lie intends to send them to school here. Mr. II. Sigler, the telegrapher who has been chief ot the night force a Ion ? time has been promoted to chief operator. Sigler s friends will be glad to hear of his rise in the world. No more worthy gentleman or expe rienced operator could have been selected. Mr. John Lecler. bookkeeper for the Memphis brewery, who was in New Orleans at the breaking out of the fever and was Btricken down there, is in the city, nearly en tirely convalescent. He had a lively tussle with the monster, but outheld rum two to one. Holly Springs Reporter: " Mr. Eugene Leidy, of Memphis, has been with us in the struggle; He is a strong and fearless fighter, and has been unarms: in bis lauors with us, Since the above was written, Mr. Leidy has been taken down with the fever, and our hearts are sad. Mr. Huber, the Second street grocer, and his wife have both died, leavine three help less children. Ex-Sergeant Rogers, who has had charge ot the family in tneir sickness yesterday received a teleeram from Mrs. Fred Schaper, instructing him to take charge of the children until ehe can send for them. Mr. Ed Stack's residence on Carroll ave nue was broken into Monday niht. The police were notified, and last night laid for the thief, and were rewarded by the arrest of a negro woman named Caroline, from whom a number of articles of clotbin&r stolen fro" the house were recovered. She is in the eta tionhouse. Dr. S. P. Green, one of the original Howards of 1873, and who has been untiring in the work of healing the sick during the present epidemic, was out yesterday after quite a severe attack of the fever, lie was on duty, but very feeble. We hope his zeal in the interest of humanity will not cause a relapse. Such noble spirits cannot be spared. Miss Mary Roberts and her brother, Thomas Roberts, are now out of danger, having recovered from a severe attack of the fever. They desire us to thank Dr. James P Dwyer, of New Orleans, and Mr. John Lud dy, the iturse, also from New Orleans, whose skillful treatment and attentions alone brought them through. - ; The fire department is suffering terribly. The force consists of forty five men, of whom seventeen have died and fifteen are now down sick. The latest cases reported are Captain Rja and William Conway of the No 2, at d Mike Gallagher of the No. 4. Chief M'Fad den, who is still at his pot-t, reports litieral contributions from the fire departments ot other cities. All the bread sent to the Howards by the State government officials arrived, but so mouldy and spoiled as to be entirely unfit for use. A case of bread sent from Louis ville is in the same condition. It is useless to send bread this warm weather, as it can not be got here before it spoils. It ia either delayed in transportation or packed while hot, and has to be thrown away. Mrs. Anna Wilson arrived from New Orleans yesterday and was immediately placed on duty. She is well known among thj Odd-Fellows' fraternity of this city as "Grandma Wilson." She was presented with a gold badge by that order in 1873, on her return home, as a token of their gratitude for her attentive duties as a nurse. She says she knows more in a minute about treating a case of yellow-fever than some doctors do in a week. Mr. Chinn, acting signal officer, sends us the following, showing the state of ther mometer at points named below yesterday evening, at 4:35 p.m. (Washington time): Degrees. I Degrees. Louisville, Ky 74 Leavenworth, Ks 77 Nashville 77 Memphis 83 New Oi leans 84ISC Paul, Minn 55 Shreveport, La :.K8Keokuk, Iowa tftt Cincinnati, o 75 Dubuque, Jowa 7 muianoia, Texas ks Pittsburg, Pa 61 Omaha, Nebraska riH Davenport, Iowa. 70 Yankton, D. T 72 Lacrosse, Wis wi Galveston, Texas.. Vlcksburg, Miss St Louis, Mo Cairo, 111 ..88 ...7U .81 Mr. M. R. Cruger, in charge of the Chambers (old Lehner) house, represents that there has been but one yellow-fever case in that house, that of Dr. J. G. Forbes, of Round Rock, Texas during the present epidemic. The house was closed by Mr. Chambers when he left here, but was re opened by Mr. Cruger at the special request of Vice-president Edmondson of the Howards, for the accommodation of Howard nurses and doctors, and has been conducted in the best manner possible undur the circumstances. We make this statement in justice to Mr. Cruger, who services to tho Howards have lxjen invaluable. At a concert for the benefit of the yellow-fever sufferers of Memphis, given at Russelville, Kentucky, early last week, at which Miss Lehner nd Miss Fleming, of this city, assisted, Mr. W. W. Miller, the well-known lawyer of this city, delivered an address, of which the Rusweilville Herald says: "It was full of thought, highly eulo gizing Kentucky magnanimity in this great crisis, and closing with an effective and pow erful appeal in behalf of his suffering South, eliciting the warmest sympathy and the heartiest approval of the large audience. He won for himself also the kindliest and most appreciative feelings of his hearers &3 an able and effective speaker." The Covington (Ky.) Saturday Evening Press, savs: " This local is not in a merrv mood. Each day's dispatches from Memphis and New Orleans bring tidings of the ll ness or death of friend after trienu who remained to fight when others fiVd of brave henrt stilled forever, and of generous bauds folded to eternal rest; hearts that dared the pesti lence and hands that were never closed when help was asked. Most of these men were mere mechanics type-setters and printers; but epch one who has fallen at his i"it was a hero and a martyr, and. though many ot them sleep in namelesB graves, their virtues and the r example will not be forgotten when once more the busy bum of ind'ictry an. I trade is heard in the places that shall know them no more forever. G d bless and reward them all, living and dead." In this city, before the epidemic, there were three young men of the highest stand ing in society, who were ever together, either in public affairs or in social relations. The one never came in possession of events but what "the other two shared At noon they greeted each other more affectionately tlxan ever brothers did, and at niuht it was a Winh you well, dear boy." In business it was how to aBsiet one another through in his particular sphere, and in pleasure enjoyments all three were ever near. In the epidemic all remained at their post, fulfilling their arduour duties one as local editor, the second as Associated Press agent, and the third in public offices and assisting the distressed by every means possible, until stricken down by fever. They all died, and to-day they lie side by Bide in the beautiful Elmwood, brothers in death as they were in lite. Their names are Herbert Landrum, Ed Wornham and R. R. Catron. Zach P. Oliver, one of the faithful carri ers of the poatoffice department, died yester day. It will be remembered that a young lady, left alone in this city by her relatives, paid a visit to the delivery-box of the office for the purpone of getting mail from absent ones, and while there was taken with the fever. She pleaded not to be taken to the hospital, when Mr. Oliver, with that charac teristic kindness of a noble and generous man, took her to his room and had her pro vided with a physician and aooJ nurses. He also attended her throughout her illness, and was glad to see the result of his labors bring her safely to health again. In thia he con tracted the disease, and the above announce ment ot his death ia all the more painful. He leaves many friends to mourn his untime ly loss. With us, we regret exceedingly the death of such a man, for the community can ill afford to lose those whose earthly motives are to do good to all mankind under all cir cumstances. Peace rest upon his ashes, and may God in His goodness reward poor Zach lor ice good deeta done while on earth. THE FEVER AT HOME. DEATHS TUESDAY. The following is the official list of deaths reported to the Board of Health, for the twenty-lour hours, ending at six ociock yesterday evening : WHITES. Mary A Bacegalupo, 6 years. Union ave. Steel, 7 days, 40 EcholB. Dr J M S White, Main and Carolina. Alice Kirchner, 15 years, 72 Clay. A A Burk, 25 years, 65 Jackson. Annie Connell, 17 years, Walnut and Tate. H H Bernard. 14 years. 187 Beale. Marguerite , ten years. Can field asylum. Mrs Schurz, Jackson. Frank Mitten, 45 years, 280 Second. Gotleib Whett, 22 years. Fort Picking, Nellie Pierce. 35 years. 19 Hernando. Elizabeth Gablion, S years, old Raleigh road. Gustavua Hough, 28 years, Market street infirmary. W. C. Horton. 3 years. Market street in firmary. Mrs Thompson, 25 years, city hospital. Mr Powers, 40 years, Gayoso house. F F M'Call, 58 years, 10 Jefferson. D E Boisseau, 30 years, Shelby. Mrs Schlich, 30 years, 133 South. R. R. Catron, 27 years, Peabody hotel. Walker Chinn, 33 years, 333 Pontotoc. II P York, 25 years, 3 Trezevant. Henry-Bernard, 13 years, 187 Beale. B P Smith, Hernando and Vance. COLORED. Jackson Hinea, 27 years, Promenade Overton. R Tns. 12 vears. SDrinev and Mary G Griffin. 35 years, Mam and Vance. Harris, Vi years, ropiar. Unknown male. 554 Main. Annie Dawson. 29 years, Lindin street hospital. Kin&r Wriarht. 38 years, Hernando road. Daniel Anderson, 65 years, Rayburn ave, Emily Moseley, 40 years, Carolina. Albert Gordon, 38 years, Walker ave, Henry Strong, 40 years, Alabama. Patsey Smith, 37 years, Broadway. Louis Brown. 21 yearj. 59 Elliott. Total. 38: yellow-fever, 37: whites, 25 colored, 13. Dr. Mitchell's Keport. Office Medical Dkpabtmknt, Howard Ass'n, Memphis, September 24, 1878. General W. J. Smith, Acting President Howard As sociation: Number of new cases for twenty-four hours ending September 'J3d, a p.m. (21 physicians reporting). Hi. It ib with a saddened heart that I announce the death of Dr. J. R. Dawson, a resident member of the Howard medical corps, and Dr. James A. l'orbes, ot Hound Kock, lexas a volunteer member. It. TV. MITCHELL, M.D., Medical Director. Comparative mortuary Table. The following table shows the number of persons wbo have died each day from the be ginning ot the present as compared with those reported during tne expidemic ot loVcf 1H7H. August 1 to 12 3 August 13 1 August 14 2 1878. September 14 10 beptember 15 September lr) 12 Septembet 17 19 September 18 12 September 19 24 September 29 12 September 21 8 August 15 r) Augu.t lr) 5 August 17 14 August 18 10 August 19 10 August 20 6 August 21 11 August 22 10 August 23 10 August 24 16 August 25 29 August 2rt ..23 August 27 .-82 August 28 58 August 29 70 Auguot SO 58 August 31 70 September 22 10 September 28 1 September 24 IB Seutember 25 20 September 2t3 15 September 27 21 September 28 21 September 29 21 September 80... October 1 .15 .18 October 2... October 3... October 4... October 6... October ft .. October 7... Octobers... October 9... 28 19 84 Seitembwr 1 87 September 2 ...62 45 87 43 8eptemoer3 90 September 4 94 September 5 92 September 100 September 7 97 Septembers 99 September 9 Ill September 10 99 September 11 104 September 12 98 September 13 93 September 14-.-. -127 September 15 98 September Id Ill September 17 9 September 18 68 81 ...48 October 10. 65 October 11 45 October 12. 4 October 13. 88 October 14. 41 October 15 41 October 16 a. 26 October 17 80 October 18. 26 October 19 80 October 20. 17 October 21. October 22 October 23.... October 24.... October 25.... October 26.... October 27... October 28 October 29 October 80.... October 81 November 1... November 2.., November 8... November 4... November 5.., November 6... November 7... November 8 .. November 9.., ..27 September 19 ...27 September 20. ...21 September 21... September 22... September 23... September 24. - ...23 ...24 .. 22 ...18 ...14 ... 9 ...12 The above shows a total of 1.202 deaths for the epidemic of 1873, and 2,458 for the present epidemic up to 6 p.m. yesterday. The total number of cases to date, as reported by the Howard Association and the Board of Health, is 5,243. Timely and keaRonable Advice from Ir. Uowell. Editors Appeal I see and have seen ao much from doctors and otJicrs about how to prevent and treat yellow-fever that I felt completely disgusted, and thinking I could do good, I write the following: Nearly every patient that has come to this infirmary has taken something to prevent the fever. That has done no good, but harm. And all, or nearly all, Lave something around their necks or on their bodies to keep off the dis ease. I wish to say First There is no known preventive, and all substances that smell are injurious, and medicines taken as preventives do harm. One and all should live as they have been accus tomed to do. Drink no liquors of any kind whatever, as they all injure the stomach and weaken the kidneys, and I have never known any one yet to recover that took the disease when drunk. My first patient, after my ar rival here, was dosed with whisky and wine by a nurse from St. I)uis (once a correspon dent of the press), until I found my pa tient vomiting up the liquor the nurse had given him, and dead drunk, I drove him out, but my patient died. No nurse should be given liquor, or allowed to have it where he can get it, unless prescribed by a sober doctor. All drunken doctors should, qu-t and go home, for they have caused many deaths. Second No railroad ought to pass a doctor or nurse that has been known to get drunk. Third The 6aloona should all be closed at once.- Fourtb Everything ubout the house should be k pt perfectly clean. Fifth No Oue who has not bad the fever (who is not a citizen) should be allowed to come to the city as nurse or doctor, as they Ho but little good before they are down, and irive those that are protesting double trouble aa well as lose their own lives. Not more than one in twenty ever escape in epidemica like tuis that is exposed as doctors and nurses are. Sixth All nure8 should be discharged that are not found discharging orders and not be allowed to go on duty again, but sent home, so they cannot impose od others. Now, if these rules were atrie'ly adhered to, we will not have half the deaths we have, had, and it all outside of this city that will adhere to them they will save many lives and much "expense nnH troub'e. G BEEN VI LLK DOWKB, M. D., Home I'Lyslclan, Market street Howard Infirmary. CONTRIBUTIONS. DONATIONS RZCKIVEO AT TBS COSOnSSART DEPART MENT OF THB CITIZENS' RKLIKF COMMITTER, TUESDAY, SKPTEMHKR 24, 1878. F. P. Grcey, Clarksvtlle, 145 sheep. Mrs. Geo. G. Thomas, Wilmington, N. C, one large box assorted clothing. J. F. Penn and A. O' Daniel, 1000 pounds flour, 4 bushels meal, 8 bushels potatoes and 3 dozen chickens. Mrs. V. B. Earnest. 1 sack fruit. J. H. Brown, Greenevllle, Tenn., 1 barrel and 2 kegs potatoes. Citizens ot Maury county, Tenn., 23 sacks meal and 19 barrels hour. District 19 or Gibson county, 1 coop chickens, 4 aacas potatoes and 8 sacks mjaL W. W. Goodwin, Bailey's station, 1 car wood. Citizens Lakevule, Conn., 2 bbls and 1 box clothing. Citizens SaUsbury Conn., 2 barrels clothing. yulncy street, Brooklyn, 1 box clothing. Ladles or Caatatau, N. Y., 1 box clothing. Flushing (L. 1.) public schools, 1 box clothing. PmumI. M .1 1 twiv elnthlnir Mrs. J. H Mastic. Mainaruueek. N. Y., 1 trunk clothing. J. C. MACC A BlJ. Commissary, From and After thi Jte The grocery house of Mrs. J. Bamberger, at No. 155 Poplar street, will be open from nine a.m. to 5 p.m. locis bamjebgkb. FINANCIAL. The banks continue doinc a lirht business in checking and depositing, but they remain opeg two hours ohly. Excnange was quoted at par buying ana m selling on New York; on other eastern cities par buying and )4 sell ing ior noun aemana ana aignt; on isew ur leana t discount buying, Belling at par. GENERAL TRADE. There was only a light stir in business yesterday, and that was confined principally to produce dealers, uur quotations below are nominal. Feed, in store corn, 56c; oats, 45c; bran, 90c$l per cwt, hay, 90c per cwt. Flour extra, $3 255; family, f 5 255 50; fancy, $5 75 6, accord ins; to brand. Potatoes continued scarce ; Tennessee, $2; St. Louis, f2 50. Onions were in hsrht Bupply: fZZ5Z5U. J4aro continue scarce ana in aemana; iocs zuc. ntcxens were in active request at $2 75 f 4 25; extra old hens $4 50. Butter common. 68c: i i tj r- rtrtA good country, or medium, 10 12c; choice western. 1416c. Bacon packed, clear Bides. Xc: clear rib. 88c; shoul dere. 7c. Breakfast bacon, 10c. Hams canvased and packed, 12X 13Kc. Lard tierce lard, 85c; half barrels, 9M9cj kegs, halt pails, lOjc. COTTON. Yesterday's telegrams rerxirted Liverpool spots steady; arrivals opened partially l-3d better. New York spots were quiet and steady; futures were quiet and again down three ooints. Our market was dull, and quotations remained nominal ana uncnangea, . . ... , - , as follows: Ordinary, 9c; good ordinary, 10c; low midu.'Og, lOJtc; middhng. 10&c; good mid dling. HMc: middling fair, Uc; fair, 12c. ine following are the JSew xork market reports: futures weak: January, 10.7410.75; February. 10.8010.84: March, 10.9010.91; April, 10.991 1.01; May, ll.07ll.oy; June, 11.1511.16: July. 11.1911.23; September, 10.7910.80; October, 10.7510.76; Novem ber, 10.7010.7I; Uecember, 1U.70(1U.71 Sales, for future delivery, 51,500 bales. Gold 1UU56. I he tone of the future market at !U:oU was steadier; at 12:50, quiet and firm; at 2:25, a met and steady. JNew Orleans closed quiet at iUic ior middling. Sales, 700 bales; receipts, net 929 bales. Liverpool telegrams reported the market steady; middling uplands, 6d; Orleans, 6?d. Sales bales: receipt. bales Liverpool arrivals opened partially l-32d better: September, 6 l-16d; September- October. 6 ll-32d: October. 6 7-16(1; Novem ber, 6 9-326 5-16d; December-January, 6 3-32d. At 1 30 D ro.. October, 6Md; No vember-December, 6 0-32d. At 5 o'clock arrivals closed dull; September, 6d(. LOCAL NOTICES. Queiit. "Why will men smoke common tobacco when they can buy Marburg B' os, Seal of North Carolina at the same pn'e i Green Brieb whisky is made with great care grain all picked and cleaned, water from the finest spring in the county of Rob ertson, and cleanliness is the standing order of the distillery. Having Established an Office, As cotton factors and commission merchants, at No8. 201 and 203 Second street, St Louis, Missouri, we tender our services to the trade generally, lhat omce will be under tho per sonal supervision of our Mr. Napoleon Hill wbo is ere pared to meet the wants of our customers and friends. Our house in thia city is still open. Very respectfully, hill, fontainb a CO. All Communications Adde6sed to Menken Bros, will receive prompt attention, it sent care of Louis Stix & Co., Cincinnati, or to Menken Bros., 115 North street. New York. Union and Planters Bank, Aaarnst 80. 1878. It bavins: been rumored that the banks in tended closing on account of the epidemic, I deem it proper to inform the public that no such arrangement is contemplated, aud the public may rest assured that this bank will not close. . S. P. Read, Cashier. Coal and "Wood. We will continue to keep our coal office open as heretofore, and orders will be prompt ly filled for coal and wood. Office open nt 13 Madison street, from nine to one o'clock. Orders from perons in the country can be left at Rev. W. H. Barkadale's, on M'Lean av enue. C. B. BRYAN ft CO. Wanted. One hundred dozen chickens at 360 Shelby street. The highest market price will be paid by Prof. Tighe. There Are Now Only two clothing stores open in the city, one of which is the large and deservedly popular establishment of Grubbs, Austin & Berry, No. 323 Main street. Business hours from 84 a.m. to 4 p.m. Terms strictly cash during the epidemic. Gage& Fisher Have opened an office in St. Louis, at No. 222 Commercial street, where they will be pre pared to attend to the cotton and commission business. Mr. W. A. Gage will remain there until the fever is over in Memphis. Their customers will please address them as above. Notice During the yellow-fever our address will be Oldham, Crittenden county, Arkansas. CLARKE, JOHNSON & CO. For Upward of Thirty Years Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup has been used for children. It corrects acidity of the stom ach, relieves wind colic, regulates the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrltea, whether arising from teething or other causes. An old and ?ll-tried rem edy . Ttcenty-five cents a bottl "Ifeuril" Instantly Cures Neu ralgia. It ia fourteen months since I cured myself of neuralgia with "neuril," and I have not had the slightest return of pain. John W. Scott, St. Louis, f George W. Jones & Co., Memphis, agents. Hafpi tidings for nervous sufferers, and those who have been dosed, drugged and quacked. Pulver- macher'a Electric Belts effectually cure premature debility, weakness and decay. Book and Journal, with information ruiousanaa, mauea rree, ao dre8 Fulvkkmachk' alvahio Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. llavlug No Assistance Whatever "TJITH slsk family, our store will be closed until V V further notice. W. N. WTLKEBSON ft CO. . Ire, Marine, Accident and tiinhonse IN"(JltAftCB. j) ARTIES desiring to pavioutze Local, Eastern and Foreign Compai.Ies, wilt have their Insurance promptly attended to ny oxlUuit m or writing to JNO. 6. LONSDALE, JR., eECBKTABY, Of th Planters Instance Company ot Memphis. and agent for several aoir companies representing Ahsets ot over818,000.0ia OUlr hours during the epidemic from 9 am. t:- 4 P-nj , at No. 41 Madison reetPiitrw . wlldlwar- STEAM BOATS. Mllr HAKBY LISH Heaapkla White Kiverand Wlaeb RKvet U. m. Had! Pavehteta. for tnaian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Dewalle Bias, Dee Arc, Augusta,, Jaeksonport, Weet Point, Searcy, BatearUle, Powhattan and Pocahontas, The elegant paasenger steamer RUTH, isDi M. K. Harry master. Leaves Memphis, on and after July 18th, every SATURDAY , at 6 p.m., connecting direct with the new Black River U. 8. Mall Packet MILT HARRY for Pewhattan and Pocahontas, and with Dally Packets to Batesvllle and Upper White river. Through rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, mempais or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. J. T. WASHINGTON. Aft. xw K. i. , B. K. Lee Wharfiboat. W. C. HARRY, office ! R. E. Le wnarrooai. FOR ARKANSAS CITY. Knr Heleia. frlmra Foist, Stoath of Wtaire River, ArkaasM City ana all Way LaBdlaga. The elegant passenger steamer PHIL Nat. S. Green captain I John T. Gwathney.. clerk Will leave as above EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 8 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board, or to rVw. LWHTBURNK, Agent, " Monroe street. oono"lt Pee bod? Hotel Special Notice to Shippers 1 TO NT. VBAWCIH RIVKK. T"Y reouest of most of the citizens on St Francis, Xj I will make conneewn with the Coahoma al the mouth or BL Francis rlWr until the yellow-fever abates In Memphis, Shippers will please mark freight for all points a. high aa the Cut-Ofl, care s learner aianc iwain. v. ua.i"-, September 2, 1878. M. L. Hear ham. A. W. Roberta. E L Ml 11 fa . Wholesale Grocers- Cotton Factors AND SAX.X "No. 9 Union street, : J. K. DOWDY. X. C. Late of Guy, Late of J. V. Dowdy A Co. DOWDY, PARK & HORAN, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 260 Front and lO West Court Cash advance made on (consignments, and orders for REMOVAL! To 17 Union st. (o!d Langstaff, Graham & Proudfit, WHOLESALE Eagle Cotton Gins, Fairbanks Mcales. Rubber and Leather Belt- 1DJJ, mirjfuuiu juius A COMPLETE GINHOUSE OUTFIT ! TAYLOR, McGUIRE & CO., Cotton Factors and Commission 2&ercnants, Ko. 369 Front street. GIna, Presses, Feeders, Condensers, and snip film and Presses, and Brooks's M. C PEAKLE. FEAHGE. SUGGS & 00.. WI1ULIM.VLE 6BOCKBS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants No. 258 Front street, Memphis, Tenn PABTirFLAB ATTFNT1QW FATD TO THE SAjLB OFXTTO W. T. BOWDRE, late of M. L. Meacham. I JOHN H. McCLELLAN, late of Guy, McClellan A Co. BOOTH U. MALONE. late with Uuy. McClellan A Co. a P. BOWDRE. late with Gay, McClellan A Co. owdre.icOlellan COTTON oiR IIOnK WORTH GOODBAS fc CO., BOOTS AND SHOES, 90 Pearl St., Boston--31 9 MainSt., Memphis Havlnar commenced, bnslness In Boston, we will All the orders of ear eastom em and ship the goods dlreetedly from Hoston daring the existence of yellow fVvcr in Memphis After that we will sapnly oar customers from either Boston OT tlempbt, and will do so at prices satisfactory to them. OOODBAK A CO. REMOVAL! A. 31. BOYD. Ao EI. 3BOYB & COTTON FACTORS, JSave removed to 335 FRONT ST It KPT, corner Union Rooms , 7 and SJMas- nolla Block. Will attend to all bnslness during the epidemic. JR. JV. KSTES, Late Kates. Plxer A Co BSTESo BOAEJ & CO (SUCCESSORS TO FSTFSL FLZEB & C0J Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, fliiog. 11 and 13 Union Street. Memphis, Tenn. J. T. FARGASO, j. FARGASON & CO. & a WHOLESALE rocers and Cotton Factors 3C9 Front and 38 Clinton Sts., Memphis. J. H. SANNONER & CO., Wholesale Groeers.CottonFactors And Gen'l Commission Merchants, BTo. 15 Union street. - Memphis, Tenn. A. VACCAUO. B. ACAKO. A. B. f AiXJAKO. A. VAOOABO &OOn IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS ill WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, Wo. 34 Front street; Memphi. FULID1ER, BURTON & CO. (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE, McKAI & CO.) HOT.TTlHAT.Tn Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, 371 and 373 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. Cotton-Picking AS amenta for the manufacturers, we oiler for sale, at wholes -lie or retail, and at reduoed prices, a large lot of the celebrated PLANTKKH MEAHLKMH HACKM and Mar bine for Cotton Pickers, Tlx: 5,000 yards Sacking, 26 Inches wide, double-width. 5,000 Tarda Sacking, 28 inches wide, double-width. 10,000 Headj-made Sacks, 8 feet long. 10.000 Headj-made Sacks, AVi teet long. 10.000 Heady-made Sacks, a feet long. These goods are very heavy and subelanttai. WOKI1KLF.V 4k. UOOUHAN, No. 83M Front street. Shelby ville Female College. ASOARDlNG-StfilOOL for jroung ladlea, ia lo cated in the beautiful and healthy Blue Grass Itaxlonof Central Kentucky. Seven teachers-three specialists are employed; 100 pupils 20 boarders ware enrolled last year. Careful and thorough training Is given In the Kugllsh branches, ancient Hn J modem languages, music, glinting and elocu tion. Board and tuition, with furutebed room, lights in l uel. S20 per month. Music or vocalization, m extra per mouth. For catalogue address W. U. HTlJAJCT, raaelpai. E. E. Meacham AGENTS, : : Hem phis, Tenn. PARK. McClellan ft Co. I. HO RAW. Memphis, TenneseM streets, Up-stairs, Memphis. Bagging, Tlea and Sur piles filled on reasonable term REMOVAL! stand of Allison Bros.) HARDWARE, nuu Einnyurauin, TonnoBBoo. Memphis, Tennessee. Horse-Powers, embracing the celebrated Win Improved Press, sold and guaranteed by us. JL. B. 8U6KJ8. FACTORS, OK COTTOS mnHASN REMOVAL! ALSTON IJOYD. II. UOA, Memphis. J. B. Poston. JAMES A. HUNT, C. C HELN ELECTIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, Of" TBS CITT W NSW YORK. No. 1 Livingston Place and Bast Fifteenth street, lfctth Ten Opens Oct. St, 1H7H. Chartered April 22. 1 8rt5. Organized Dec. 1 9, 1 885. Whole number of Graduates, SHi. Whole number ot Matriculants, 1207. FACULTY : BOBKBT a NKWTON. M.D., Professor of Theory and Practice of iiedlclne, Clin ical Medicine aud Surgery. HERMAN BOSKOWITZ. M.D., Professor of Special Medicines. JAMBS M. COMDJ9, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. SAMUEL E. MOBT1MOKK, M.D., Professor of Descriptive Surgical aud Pathological Anatomy. JOSEPH BODES BUCHANAN, M.D., Professor ot Physology, Anthropology and Physio logical Institutes of Medicine. CHABLKS 8. GAUNTT. Ph.D., M.D., Professor ot Chemistry, Toxicology and Pharmacy. GEOBQB W. W1NTEKBUBN, M.D., Professor of Materia Medlca and Therapeutics. ROBERT 8. NEWTON. Jr., M.D., Professor of Surgery and Ophthalmology. W. P. STRICKLAND, D.D.. LL.D . Prof, of Medical Literature and Forensic Medicine. GEORGE W. BOSKOWITZ, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. Kor catalogue and Information address ROBERT a NEWTON. M.D., President. No. 1 Livingston Place, New York. PRKMCHIITION FISKK BX)BTHK 8PKKDY CURB or Seminal umrw. Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by Indiscretion or excess. Anyaruggi n mo u.siv dlenta. DR. JAijLEij w.. loU west pixm SECURITY Balldinx and Loan Association HwTlCrXT (ITOtEHOLDEBa. T-7rk9 IKa iumMlt Of R. tnWftSl. FlC, M ma 'jeaMu!ftwe treason " 'ourth Na tional Bank. !. ' the hours of m. ana a p.m. NoODee ties wlli tm iwwrded attalnsl abeentaws wfr" ood their arrears on their re rum. a Alee, regular meetings will be dlsoonUKwrn. A. B. LIvKHMOHB, rresiueuu W. C MrClJKK, Treasurer. LOYD & FRITZ 265 MAIN STREET, C0FT. COURT Memphix, Tennexttee. A LARGE LINK OF NEW GOOD Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds and Silverware, French Clocks and Fancy bood, JOBBERS OK AMERICAN CLOCKS IVBepalrlnc of Watches. Jewelry and. Cloeha promptlyTattenaea ' Safety, Economy and Brilliancy! A Non-Explosive Oil SOLAR LIGHT is highest test made from superior crude; is without color, odor or smoke; Is spring water white color; will not explode while burning lri a lamp norln any way, as It does not contain any or? explosive compounds so frequently met with ordin ary oils tor Illuminating. A lamp with Solar-Light Oil, if upset or broken accidentally, will not explode or bom. It ia free from all the dangerous gases which are usually found in illuminating oils made from petroleum, by the use of which has been caused ao much destruction of life and property. H. WETTER & CO. BOLE PROPRIETORS, DEALERS IN OILS AND LAMPS. WATER-PIPES Svdrants, Streot-SnrinklersI Hose, New IiotsJiistlieceiv'd Will be sold ana p n cheap. j.w. x.rowne, 2.58 Second St., opp. Court Squar Ga8-Pipe,Swer-Plpe, Drlre-Wells Batl tubs Chandeliers, Pump, etc . Memphis Cooperns AUD Manufacturing Com' OS AND Al'TKK NOVKMHF.K TaTB will be able to fill all orders forOIL-I W BELS, MOLASSKS-BAKRELS, KEGS. 0 sizes, and SLACK COOPERAGE, In any quanta We have succeeded In getting a large stock ol best material on band belore we were eompelU suspend operations on account of the preva epidemic. All orders addressed to the secretary 1H Jrfadloon street, will, after the above secure prompt attention. Memphis Cooperage & MTg Pur W. J. MnriRftMOTT. frvrKnrr. Yellovv-Feve CAN BE PREVENTI By the Medicated Vapor Bath. It thoroughly flea the system by withdrawing all poisonous m; thus preventing contagion. This Vapor Bait baa proved ao efficacious In eradicating Yellow from the system, is obtained by an apparatus r lj patented for the production of Turkish and Baths, at the cost of the heat required- p.bo cents. It can be moved from room to roor managed by a child, with no clanger in theoi-ei No family can have the Yellow-Fever If Its me use It, and It has never been known to fall In dr the poison from the system when ued on a 1 Fever patient. It has proved more effective th ordinary Turkish Bathhouse In eradicating Kh Usm, Asthma. Catarrh, Skin Diseases, Dm and all Nervoue and Debilitating Maladies. The entire apparatus for Turkish and Vapor Including a ease of medicinal agents for the 1 tlon of six different Medicated Vapor Baib We will send, carriage paid, on receipt of p C O. D. by express, charges to be paid by pun Pamphlet of testimonials and drawing of api free. Lnbln'o Portable Turklnh t'o 68 East fourth street. Cincinnati, Ohio. JAS. FLAHIHTl J. J. CULLIV. Flaherty & S UNDERTAKERS 317 Heeond Street, near Ho TtTKTALLIC AND WOOTJEN BTOIAL 1V1 and CA&iirrs. Klegant Kobe. Gects' d Cofl'n Trimmings. Orders by t-leTs;.i sect 1 C O. D. 8rmrll atwitlon rwld U .mh1-" . H. H0L8T. T. V. KO: 6. II. HOL.ST B UNDERTAKER? 3?0 Slain, opp. Vab;!y 1 A LWAKd on hand, a lurr.e assortiurtil o. -iTi. CasM and Cankete, and WuoUeu C veT desert ptlon. ts" Orders by telegraph psompUy tl owes shipped C O. D. T1 A r a JUUk f4&13sSfl ti si ip2is fV It If 1