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CAIItO, ILLIXOJS, SUNDAY BIORNIXO, SEPTE3IBER 8, 1873.
NEW SEItlES-NO. U0
UUOCK1W AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
gTRATTON & BIRD,
"V II Q L KS A LE G R 0 CE11S
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AOE NTS AMERICAN rOWDEUCOMFY
Cairo, II lino in.
W. Stuatiox, 'ntro. T. Ituii), Mlsaonrl.
Arrival ami Departure or Trains.
ILLINOIS IEyTuaL RAILROAD.
K-:;iri M i:uip.m. 1:1" p.m.
Mll 4:'ia.m. 0 4np.ui.
I ..';'.' ,. 7:M.m :Uua.iit.
FrcUht :ip.m. 4i:mp.ni.
CAIRO AND VINCENNES RAILROAD.
f'l loioop.m. 4:Vt.m.
r-T. ' Loi'ls, 1. M. AND hOL'TlIEHN RAILROAD.
Express R:i a.m. 8Miip.ni.
CAIRO AND hT. LOUIS RAILROAD.
Through E".prc !l:l5p.m. 10: .m.
ilerphvshoro Accommodation. Ii:! p.m. :ljp.m.
KVcpl Sunday. tExccpt Miuiiliiy.
I ESERAI. DELIVERY open T:W a.m.; clou
J ;; p in.; Sunday ; In M a. m.
Money order Department open at 8 a. m.; close
at p. in.
Tluoiigii Erprcv Mall via liliiiol Central and
Mississippi Central Railroads !oo ul p. ill.
( alio ami Poplar ItlutI Through and Wuy Mall
closes Ht W::l p. III.
Way Mail m.i Illinois Central. Cairo ami Vlli-
:. tn: and Mi.'lppl Central JlailroudH clua at
Wuy Mull fur Narrow Gauge Railroad closet at 8
Calm and Kvaimilte River Route close at fi::W
p. m. dally tuxct-pl Friday t.
ILLINOIS CKXTJiAL II. It
-wrtf Vu u Sue
Shortcut ami iui. kest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
'PUK only road running two daily trail. from Cairo
X making direct rtiiimsiloii Willi En-tern lln-.
'1 RAIN l.K VVK CAIRu-l I" p. in.: Fast ex
press, arriving in St. Louis n:Vi p in.; hi' -'o '
a m.; 1:M p. ni : Cincinnati and Louisville Fast
l.lt.c. irrnlirj in Cincinnati ai :us a. in.; LouliIle
7:i a in.; Indlanapoli 4:l!i a.m. Passenger by
Li tram arrive at 1hivc pulhl
13 TO :J'i HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
ft. 1 ( p. m. F.:t Mall, with '.-per attached, for
' r 1 sT. I.ol'lS ami t lilt Ai.'i. arriving in ft.
Louis nt :p.m : Chicago at i:.H p. rn.. ( ihiiiim I
I ni at ii-lin or Eltlngliaui fur Cincinnati, Louivllle
FAST 'ii me .vrr.
i i'Vt 1'1'Civ tli! lliii- '."i throngh
1 .7 Ii. ' 1 Jill' tin- K-t without any
i!-luv caused hy Sniidiiy liilirv.-iaii'.'. Th f'linr
il'iv nf'M'"ii tr'jin Inmi t'alro arriv.- In N'-w York
l.'.tidav HKirnliiaat l't:4V Tb!rty-ix liri lu ad
"f nnv otli'-r ronlf.
J f" AclM:rt;''iniil f ''Tii;i' lliii liin- that tli'-y
tn.iU'' hi'iiiT limv tlmn thl mi" rr i'-M-d t-ltli'-r
t'.;ro-jili iu'iior.n.i or a r to m!i'nd tin' piiliih;.
Kit lliMii.'ti Hi k'-t am! i'i!or:ii;il'oii apply a! llli
tioif ft-litnl Kailroad ili'p"t. t'.ilro.
TRAIN AltltU K AT A1R:
Ktpn i 'O p.m.
.Jl 4:m a.m.
" " i XX. '.ioiiNMiN. 4.ttl Sicttb'-m Aa'i.
T. 11 .1 NK-Ti' k-t .Vz-i.i.
QMMO it ST. LOL'IS 11.11.
Short it Lino to St. Louis!
THE train hv thin road roMiwt nt St. I.ohIp and
i Kil Mi. I.oul vsllh all otb'T liuci" to thu KA1,
SOUTH ASU hOL'TH.
Thro'ii;!i prpp' li'iivr. I'ulrn lot'" a m.
Throiu-ii ii ii-ri" nrrlvim at K:nt St. l.oiii : IS p.m.
Miirphvahiiro aaoiiimodatioii h avi Cairo '.':ir.p.m.
M.irpliT.:iro arc. nrrlvi- at Miirtdiytioro '' p.m.
Throiu'i Hpr.'i- lt avi Kat St. I.oiiU ... rt: . a.m.
Throii; h 1'ipri.'- arrlvru nt Cairo 5:1 p.m.
Vuri.l .loro iii-c. Murplij nhoro : -a' a.m.
Slurph'yMHiro acc. arrive at . aim ii'M p.m.
t i."" r i."' r 11 v i pci' K (,,,lr" Sl,' u?i'
JiTiAl ti.MliliU itaiipnid u th'- only ai.i.
IHII. KolTK hi'twwn Ciilro and St. I.oul- under
one Maiiasremelit: therefore there are no delava at
av 'i'lon dM.iltinir coiiiiectloni' from other lliien.
Jf - l'aenaeri. tfolnn North. Northen-t and Wet
Kh.eild not lviy their tieketd until they luivo exam
Inid cur rat" anii route'.
I, M .KHISSON, (lonenil MatiiiKer.
ti. T. VuiTl.i K. I'a tii;er Aent.
INo. H. WINSTi'N. Frelk'lit Airetil.
(JAIUO&VIXCKNXKS It. It.
i'1 AirrVslTlIE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
in rrr re the shortest j U'Ch-4-7
3liLriS vii.i.k. um innati, uau-
TIMOKIJ AND WASHINGTON.
II MiriVTIIK SHORTEST TO INDIAN
.U 31 ILLS AIMiUS.l'llU.ADKU'IHA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralua of ill othor rontea niakltm the mo
tW PaMentfi'iK liv other route" to tunki! foiineo
(Ion. niuM rido all' nludit. altlnu from one to nix
houn. hi mall omtitry atatlmn for trultm of con
11VM l.'Xril I.'TTIIE FACT and 'nkcnitr 4:4.1
i 1 1 j .1 1 i.H I ) I . It n ln train, rrarliln Evana-villi-.
Indlnnapnlla. Clnrlnnatl and l.onl-vllle aame
(lav. Tialnn leave and arrive at Cairo an follmva :
Mull leave 4:4H.m.
Mall arrive 1(i:iip.ni
Throiijrh tleketa and check to all Iniiiorlant
Y. A. MIUKIt ROSWKU. M1M.EH.
Oen'l l'a". Asenl. tienenil Sup t.
1.. 11. CHURCH. I'neniier Aiieiit.
J?Kpre lenvea Culm dally. ,. IWp.m.
ICxpre. Hrtlvo at Cairo dally StDa.m
If roil am a man of bualuca. weakuued by the
train of your dutiei, avoid ctliniilantH and take,
routru a man of letter, tolling over your m
lit vorlt, to Mutoro bralu and uervu wutu, ti
If yon are youits?. and mift'erlng from any ludia
cretiou or dlxulpallon, lake
If you ire married or allele, old or yoiin. aulfer
IH( lioin poor health or laniiiilr-hiiin on
a bed of alckne, lake
Whoeveryoii are, wherever you ore, wheauver you
feel tint your ytem lived I'leam-liiK, lolling
orliiiulatlni(, without luioih atiim, take
ITO P B1TTKRS.
Ilavo you (lynpepSla. kidney or nrlnary complaint,
(licncci 'if the toniaeh. lxiwel. hlood, liver, or
nervwr You will lie cured If you take
If yon are Imply ailing, are weak and low rplr
iled, ,rv it! liny It. Inlt upon It.
Your lrnjjlt keep It.
It may navo yonr life. It haa aavvd hundred.
DYEING AND BE.NOVATIXU.
OL'U OLD CLOTHES
CAM 1)8 BEAITIITM.Y.
DYED OR UKPAIUED
At a Trllllni; Kxii-ine-. 0. 1).
CHAS. SHELLEY, X0. 80 EIGHTH ST.
tif Ladiea aud (ientn' old bata majo new.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rrrrn-T ;,rp:xTH YEAR.
Tlii f'fllfrt rtt,H..ln ..titled ,,t.n ltd
1 1 1 1 UK teiiili year uith a complete new
ir II mil lit ami a determination to make
.,.'; It In all re-eU worthy the iHipport
II1III 11 1 1 of it patron.
II II i
1111 III I
i"'. . K I'u''Hliel Every Moruinsr,
EEEEEEE j mo.ndays f.xckh'ED.
It will embrace lu lie columii daily
A A A
of ;tii r liar i' T-r we Iru-t hll
tirove the e-iial of the t'henpet and
i" -t of our enuti niporarii .
,Tbe POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
no.v n niliii': l one of -.-rent hnport
ance i .i--iil.-r, i In loth it- Nallonal
:,ii(l Mute aiect: a full Ct.nure
iol:al le-lejalion will In; rho-en;a
I.".'tlalure i to he eleeteil which
will il'-t'Thlllie the -leci-..r to Hon.
It. .1. Ol'-.l.v iii the I'nitnl Male
SvlialM. tl.-ilcv iliiT the nicceh of tile
Hi 'iiiocratie party In tie octillul to
the maiiitainam e of f.Mxl govern-eri;nu-!.t.
the Huiletln will alway lie
Ion ikI ailvo -attiitf Ii mca-one and
tlulmilii.' lor the uece n' it re pre
elilntive. To lironiote thee dolra
h!e end" every I). mocrat rhotild ex;
I'Tt till !f 'in iti-Tiiiiimliiii,' the
truth of hi party, and in no way
an till he more eilictually done
than hy the circulatiuu of hia borne
u u iThe Daily Bulletin
T T T
l furvt'il to elfv urierlher liv car
Tier ut TWENTY FIVE CENTS per
week, pavahle weekly.
I Hy mall (in advance); one year,
fl'i; fix month, f"; three moiilh,
$:.:); one month. $1. l'otae free.
, AilvertMna Rutea:
Hrt lnertlou, per iiiare fl.rti
:Snheiuent luertlnii Ml
.For one week. periiiaru 3.l
For two week, per iiiare..'..,. 4
rorinre ween, per iiinro.,,, H.iai
For one month, per quare T.im
Each additional iitaie 4.0U
Kl.'lit line of voiitinrell (lollill
Coiiuiuie a iiian'.
liUplayed ailvertlement will lm
i liiii'L'i'il accorillhit to the pace, at
above rate then' belnu twelve line
of olld type to the Inch.
I To regular adveitler we offer u
iperlor Iniluceineht. both a to rate
'of charge and Innlilier of il I-1( 1 n t ti j
Notice In local column Inverted
'for twenty rem per line llrt liier-
t'.nn; ten cent per Hue for each null-
I Special notice Inverted for ten
cent ner line fur tlr.t lnertlon; live
cent tor each niheiiciit luverllon.
Notice of death and hiurrliid'e.a
twentv cent Her II no.
All letter nml n ml cominuiik'iitloni
vlinuM he uddrevved to
The Cairo llullctin
JXO. H. OHEIiLY, (len'l Mitunfer.
N N N
WATCHM. JEWELRY, ETC.
Edward A. Luder
(Sncccaaor to E. it W. Ruder),
Watclies, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
Watclimaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STTJEET,
Between Comnierelul and (, foilT TM
WaahlBKton ave., V.H11U, Ul.
FIXE WATCHW01IK A SPECIALTY.
rer-Etiifravlnsand all kind of repairing tieat'.y
iT All kind of Solid .Jewelry made to order.
WHOLESALE VISES AND LIOl OILS.
Wholevalc tiudRetall Dea'.er la
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kmcl,
no. go oinc Levee.
MEhSliS. SMYTH i CO. hue ronmntly a l:ir;-e
tx k of the tH-.rs'K.il luthe market ami iUe
epeclal attention to the w hdeeale branch ut thu
FAINTS, OILS. WALL PAI'EU. ETC.
I'a hits, Oils,Variiislies. Brushes
Window Glass, Window Shades.F.te.
Alwava on haLd tbo celebrated iLLttSATtso
A ti rora Oil.
Bros' Ritllillntr. Com- f'iiil'f) Til
JNSl'HANCE AGENCY OF
AYELLS i' KERTir,
Knni;t:Mivii th s
Roval Canadian ! Capita!. '-""-WlOold.
r.m.ii 'tOf Philadelphia: t,-iVlihed in 1SU )
L I11UI1 A.-el. JlVi.Pi-.' i".
Vil'i.iivill'w 1 "f Dvi."i, U l.
r II email S ,-.vet iw.i.;c.
iii'tii'lii 1 ,,f Erreport. I'.l.l.
tiPl lllalll (A,et f I5S.TT.!S3.
RISKS WHI ITEN AT FAIR RATES.
OHU' In AlexuuiWu' County Hunk.
I I i
. s X i
If : -
i R I r
M A. j
"II C i s
IlI Ti HER.
Dcalor in Pesh Meat.
P.vtwMi M'uvhliiatoti mill Com'
merclul A v., inl. iuiuinn Ilnnny u.
V F.KTS for vale the bet Ileef. pork, Mutton, Veal.
l.atnh, SaiiH'iL"'. Ac and I prepared tu avrvc
fiimlllea In an acceptable uinuuer.
J JLOOMIN0T0N LAW SCHOOL.
Jitdw R. M. Iletilnniln, Denti; E'ementarv and
Convttliltlol.ul Law. .Inline O. T Reeve, Tort
and Eipilty, u. W. Ahlrlch, l'b. I). LL. Jb. 'oU'
trad and Real Property. II u. Lawrence Veldmi,
I'leadlnu. A. O. Kit rr. LL. B, Evlileiioe and t rltnl.
nal Law, Diploma on two ve..r .itieiulaiicn. admit
to the liar of lllliiol. I'rlae lor het e.xainlualloii
on wholocoure. Flrt prl.e. Iini;iiid prUe, fvi;
Three term a year. Tuition per term. Fall
lerm neu'in i iiuruay. rvptcu,iicr 11 s;j Kur
turttier Information applyto A. U. KAUlt, Bloom
UNIVERSITY OK VIlliilNiA.-Se.violi he
lilnvonthe Flrt of Oitoh.ir, i I tiite i nine
moiilh. The Iti'tltutlou I nrsrntilxiil on th elec
tive tem, lilvliiij the vtudeiit tree cliolce ol tud
lea, with full eoiirx In th School of lliti Acade
mic Department Itryd lu the Schoola of Law,
Medleltie, Uniriheoririjf and Aitrleultiim. For cat
aloHiie apply to the Sercetary of the Faculty, F. 0
l ulvervlty of Virginia. ,
.UMtsi-. ilAHillsuN. M.D.,
Cualruuuof tlie Fu.alt-
INSTANTLY relievin and permanently curei thl
louthiome d!cae In all it varviuit atae. It
po.e,-, u, .unihlni; and healhiK properlle of
plant, herb and bark lu their entlal form, free
from every flhruna contamluatlou, and In thl rut
peet diifi-r from every oilier kuowu reinedv. In one
uorl year It ha found It way from the Atlantic to
the l'uclilc coavt, and w herever known ha become
the ttuudard remedy for the treatment of Catarrh.
The proprletora have been waited upon byirenlle
ineti of national reputallou who have been cured hy
Oil remedy, and who have, nt comldcrablo expenve
and personal truiible, vprt'adlhe uood new through
out the circle lu which they iiioe. When you hear
a wealthy gentleman of Inlellluencn and retlnement
ay, "I owe my life toSanford Kadleul Cure," vou
may fuel aurud that It I an article of great value,
and worthy to he laed among the utandard medi
cal pecillv of the day.
THE hetiefll I derive from It dully uve I tome In
vahinble. HENRY WELLS, of Well, Faro& Co,
T ha- r,ir4 me aftcir'twelre year of unlnterriipt'
OEO. W. HOUMITON. Wttlthnm, Muva.
Ff)l. LOWED the direction to the letter and am
happy to vtate 1 have hail a permanent cure.
O. YY.liKAl. Jl. v., Mtlvcatlue, Iowa.
I H ive recommended It to quite a number of my
friend, all of whom have e.preed to me their
bijjh estimate of it value and irnod effect w ith them
WM. UHOvYN,W.)liueSt. St. Luul.
A FTER iilni; two bottle I find myvclf perma-
neiitly cured. I have iiicc recommended over
one hundred bottle with the irreutet uccea.
' WM. W. Ai(M.Ti!ONli.
15 llarrioii Av Jloton.
'E have void Sanpvvhu' rtAincAL Ct'UE for near
ly one year and av candidly that we never
void a vimllar preparation that kvc u'1i nnlver-al
mti-fiictiou. We liaNe vei to learn of the tlrt com-
S. D. LALlnVIN, Wa.hlUi'ton. Ind.
THE cure effected In ny caw by Sanmm Raii
ti'Ai.ct iik wav no niiiarkahte that it seemed to
those who had suffered without relief from any of
the uiial remeilie tiat it could Uot be true. I
therefor made affidavit to It before Seth J. Thotna.
Eq.. Jntlee of the Paec. lli.nton.
UEoRiiE F. DINsMORE, Drul't. Roston.
Esh package of S uiford' Radical Cure con'alns
Dr. santonin Improved Inhaling Tii'm'. anil full
dlrei lion fur it neln all case-. 1'rice One Dollar.
For sale hy all who'esaie and retail drUL'.'it and
d-!ers throughout the United States and Canada.
WEEKS A: I'OTTEH. Oem-ral At'tttn and Whole
sale Drilft'lst. Iinstou. Ma.
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
AN ELECTRO-GALVANIC BATTERY COM
BINED WITH A IllliHLY MEDICATED
STRENGTHENING PI.AsTEH. FORMING THE
BEST PLASTER FOR PAINS AND ACHES IN
THE WOULD OF MEDIC INE.
Gentlemen: I vent for one of Col'lu'v Voltaic
Piaster, and It ha heen of great beneilt in ri'ducini.'
aswellln ' in my left side that two phv.ictru pro
nonnced tnlarienii nt of the Spleen, and one pro
nounced it an Ovarian Tumor. L. A. RISTElt.
CVNTMIAMA, I N 11 . , March 'Jii. HTT.
THEY ARrflTIE BEST.
Gentlemen: Enclon.-d you will find i:S. and I
wihh you would vend me another do.eu of your
Cu'iiiu's Voltaic Plaster I'.y the above you will
See tlial I e.tu do sonirthiult lo help oitiers'ln ptiiic
way eeii if I am not aliie to he up and around.
Thi-re are a number who hav i tried your piaster
who had Ldven out that ail plasters wereirood for
Dothiin.'. and now Join with me that they are the
ht tliev have ever tried. I lnie trot a'lonu' tlii
winter better than I have before in three year.
ih Ieuii'nl have heard of vour plasters befiire.
Yoiir. in:.. LoIlETTA M. CROSS.
P.ai.1 ToX mm, N. Y.. Man li v'T. 1"TS.
Pi ico 2. j Cents.
Eecueful to call for Collin's Voltaic Plaster lest
vou set some worthies imitation. Sold hy all
Whole. u and Retail Dru'-'isl throU'Omul' the
Unitd state,, and Canada, and hy WEEKS A: POT
TER. Proprietors, llo-tou. Ma.
-View of Marriage!
l'A"f "V A 'ii'ble to Wedlock mid
IJJLAiA Cehtldeutlal treatise on the
duties uf marriiiL'e and the
AND cause that until for It; the
Ar 1?1?I r,F"iri'1 "r Reproduction and
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Price &i cent.
A TIUVATE MEDICAL ADVISER!
On all disorders of a private nature nrlslns from
vll-aliu-e. execs,., nr secret disease, w ith the best
means of cure. SS4 laru'epatfe. price SI cent.
A clinical lecture on the iihuve disease and those
of the throat, luiif. iwarrh, rupture, the opium
habit, etc., price HI cents.
Either book vent post-paid on receipt of price: ot
all three, contulnlin; 5od potfe, heautlfiilly Illustra
ted, for 75 cent.
Address DR. ni'TTS. No. J N. Sth t.. St. Louis
hospital. 1ST East Washington slreet, Chicago, for
the cure of all private, chronic and special disease.
Skmixai. weakses. nehvoi iiEiiu.m- and uwt
manhood, permanently cured. Dr. O. I a urailuute
of the Reform School, and use no mercurvi ha the
largest practice lu the Uulted State. I.adiks re
qulrliiif treatment, with home and hoard, cull or
write. Everv convenience for patient. Nnd Nfty
cent for M ARRI AGE GUIDE 1 iTS paire illustrat
ed. Married ladie aud ttentlemen send llftt cent
for sample of rubber uood and circular of Import
ant Information hv expre. Consultation fne and
confidential. Reliable Female Pill $." a box.
men. lo ol vitality, premature wenkne. enerva
tlou of mind and body, disorder of the brain and
Uervoii vstetii. aud mlerle resulting tlierefrom.
ieedily cured bv HATES' SPECIFIC, Prepared
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druggists. For circular with full particular, al
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iM k)f ASALARY. Permanent aalesmen want
A1Z M fed to ell Staple Good to dealer. No
" v peddling, Expene paid. Addresu
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Opium Eating, to W, II. Squire, Worthlnlogn,
Greene. County, Ind.
Til ttVl 1. T 1 VI 1 .V In hard time vou
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iieai aiiio to ine people, no yon uot: uch is that
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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, ScptemlMT 7. 2 :00 r.M.
Wheat dull Winter, 8s lOiliSOa; PtirinL',
0s0h8 J ; California iivernge, 10 ld(310s4(l ;
California club, 10s 4d10a 7d. Corn
new, 2y 3l2a Cd; old, 27s 'M&Vn Od.
New Y'ork, Pi-ptt'inlwr 7, 12:17 p. .v.
Wheat fjuiiit No. 2, Chicago, $i 08
1 10; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 101 13;
lied Winter, f 1 01 10; Amber, $1 00
01 11; No. 2, Red Winter, 1 08. Corn
quiet steamer, 41)49i ; No. 3, -IS 49;
No. 2, 4C2f!HV Gold, lOO?,',.,., v. ,
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PRODICE.
Chicago, Septeinher 7, 10:00 A. m. Corn
Sejitenilier, 3fl; Octolier, 37. Wheat
Septeinlicr, 87,' hid; October, 8888;'8'.
Pork October, CO.
Chicago, Septombcr 7. 12 m. Corn
September, 31 asked ; October, Ti. Pork
October, $8 32. Wlieut Oetobr r, 8(1,
FEARFUL SPREAD OF THE EPIDEMIC
THE DISEASE PREVAILING IN ALL PARTS OK
TIIK CITY BETWEEN FOUR AND Kl VK 1II..N
DKKI) NEW CASES YESTERDAY OVER ONE
IIl'NIillED DEATHS IN TWENTY-FOUR IIOCRS
INCREASED NUMBER OK NEW CASES AT
NEW ORLEANS FEVER HUllHIDI.Nd AT
GRENADA FOR WANT OK MATERIAL AP
PEALS OK THE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS
RESPONSES FROM ALL DIRECTIONS.
New Orleans, September G! Tliesilim
tion here lm not changed materially to
day except in reirard to the distress occas
ioned by the stagnation of business
and the consequent need of employ
ment by laboring classes nnd others, and
excepting also the distress in Borne of the
the permanent charitable institu
tions. In one of the latter, the St. Vin
cent's Infant Orphan asylum, containing
over 200 infants, there ure to-day among
the little waifs over 40 cases of yellow le
ver, while other institutions of similar char
acter report a number of cases. In ordinary
times these institutions are supported by
the public generally, but now there are but
few who can contribute, hence the distress.
- Up t noon to day the Howard rawm-in-tion
booked 12-1 persons who applied to
them for relief.
The Young Men's Christian Association
had 2"i sick applications to the same hour
and issued ration requisiton-to their desti
The Benevolent lloliof Association, color
ed, opened business this morning to a large
crowd, and issued requisitions for rations
on the Peabody Association. This associa
tion thoroughly investigates every applica
tion for relief, an t la-fore giving the neces
sary order refers the applicant to a sub
committee, of which tliere tire several
throughout the city. At one time dming
the day there were no less than dull colored
people clamoring at the association's rooms
nearly all with baskets. The Times says,
editorially, in the morning: "The various
charitable bodies of this city are nil in the
closet union of brotherhood, and perfect
harmony exists among them, as they zeal
ously work in the common cause. It is
therefore especially unseemly that
any such reports should have been spread
as that announced from Washington on the
representation of de facto Senator Kellogg
that it would create dissatisfaction among
the benevolent organizations here to place
the distribution of government rations in
the hands of -my of them. This is a time
when people like to forgot old auiniDsiiies
and remember a common Immunity and
minister to it. In the deep atlliction the
generous charity of the government should
not be embittered with slanderous insin
uations or have the suspicion of a politiral
object or use."
This afternoon a committee of the How
ard association waited on the IVnbody asso
ciation for the purpose of conferring ns to
the details ot a plan which Would expedite
the issue of rations and regulate the sys
tem ot issuing requisitions. It is apparent
that either the number of requisitions issued
must be improved, as there ure liuudrciis of
persons who hang around headquarters the
whole day, and are supplied sometimes he
fore their turns conic. This results from
the great number of applicants. It requires
n corps of twenty-five or thirty clerks in
the commissary dopnrtineut toll'll the requi
sitions, and they are kept steady at work.
The association thought of changing their
quarters, or rather of establishing a subsi
diary bureau, from which rations could be
issued after requisitions hud been approved
at headquarters. A strong police is kept
on duty nt the depot, and it is as much as
they can do to maintain order in the crowds,
us every applicant endeuvors to get ahead of
lteMirts at the oliiee of the lioard of
health from 12 m. to (i p.m. today, show
twenty-eight deaths and 14i new eases of
fever. During the day the Young Men's
Christian association had nearly ninety ap
plications and the Howards II;1! applica
tions. The Howards received a dispatch from a
physician at Canton, Miss., which says: Six
teen new cases here in the last 24 hours,
but the physicians are so busy they cunt
get reports from them.
Memphis, Sept. (I. Fifty-three deaths re
ported from (I o'clock H.'m., yesterday I
noon to-dny, making 10.1 for '24 hours end
ingnt noon. Among the dead are Capt.
John Cummins, of the ritoanicr Coahoma,
Cnpt. Joseph Rogers. Dr. P. M. Dickinson,
Mother Alfonza,of St. Agnes Hcademv, and
K. F. Risk, Jr. Misses Carrie Davis nnd
Emma Cole, volunteer nurses from Nash-
ville, were taken down this morning. Tim
ounai oi me ueau uniler the supervision of
the citizens' relief eolntiiiOi.n w ikr.viin.ll.ifv
more satisfactorily, corpses being hurried
to the cemeteries or potters' Held in n few .
luinru nl'tits l,i.,iif i i. i .
tho revolting discoveries of neglected dead
made in tho past few days will not be re-
The weather continues warm and fever
Unabated. 0.1 new ruse wen. ri,,-i,..i ...
the lioard ot health to-day by a resident
piiysuiiin, oie oniy one in tlio Howard
medical corps operating. Among tho new
cases aro Robert Lamb, nt camp William,
Nathan Gibson with Oliver Finnie & Co.,
Geo. Lane and A. f!. Itnovi-a Tim i.iU .
,, , - -t o '"- "'"l '"'
otlleers in tho southern express coinnny
iiv Winn. ..my. y in. nuns, superint x
dent, will keep the otliee open for deliviry
of donations sent by express to the relief Vs
sociations, hut will receive no goods to bo
forwarded. Another telegraph operator,
Mr. Hood, was taken down to-night. A. J.
Wheeler, secretary Mitou relief U.md, is in
n critical condition. - One hundred nnd one)
deaths are reported for the past 84 hours,
among whom are C. II. McDotigal, Phil.
Spelman, James A. Peabody, Mister Jose
lilia, Mrs. Annie Tavlor nml t iii If VM.f
The board of relief of the M. E. Church
sown, in the city of Memphis, are con
strained to anneal to their bri.tlw.pn lis.,,.l.
out the country for immediate pecuniary
hf'ltl 111 tliiu Iwin. .l'u... . nil .
i yji b,hu uinu (-.. x 1 1 124 IS
to meet a demand on them that cannot be
well met by any other board of relief.
K' ('' 3''ATTK, President.
J. A. Holt, Secretary and Treasurer.
The fever is now spreading nil over tho
whole city, being very violent in the south,
em part, u. locality never beford visited by
Additional new canes nra Geo. A. Stovull
and tour children nml f'li
Jack Waidron, a blacksmith who had i been
sick aim was convalescent, tell on tUo side
walk in front of lhuce's carriage factory,
Monroe street, to-dav, nnd died in n few
minutes. Dr. R. w! Mitchell, medical di
rector of the Howard association, reports
over 400 new cases discovered to-day by
physicians under his charge, and s.iid:
"While we need tho medical aid, and
would gladly welcome physicians who have
had the yellow fever, I cannot advise tho
unaecliniatcd to come or remain. The risk
is too great. They will surely sicken in u
few days and become an additional care."
Several volunteer nhvsicians uml n niuulii.r
of nurses aro now down with fever.
Jackson, September II. A dispatch from
Vicksbuig says Dr. Whitehead and Rev. C.
H. Gaily both died at their post of duty.
The fatality at Viekshuig, Grenada, Green
ville and Port Gibson is on the increase.
Jackson through the closet municipal nnd
sanitary regulations continues without nn
othcrcase. Sergeant Vandyke, of Wash
ington, 1). C, is here en route to take
charge of the signal sen-ice office nt Vic.ks
burg. Tho country towns' throughout nil
this section remain deserted. . Very few
country people are ever seen in town. The,
streets and roads are deserted.
A VICTIM OK THE POUTER.
Cincinnati, Sept. II. Another young
man, James Myers, of Gallipolis, ()., who
had been temporarily employed upon tho
ill-fated steamer Porter, died of yellow
fever yesterday. Considerable uneasiness
is felt in that region, yet no one has been
taken that has not had something to do with
that boat. A large amount of bed clothing1
mattresses and the like, was thrown over
board from the bout when in charge of
Drs. Carr and Slough, and people down the
river caught them as they flouted down and
have them hanging on their fences, intend
ing to make use of them after frost.
G KEN ADA.
Grenada, September 0. Fever seems to
have exhausted itself lor want of victims;
only three deaths to-day and six new cases.
Those down aro reported getting along
R.i it remembered That it is ordered and
hereby declared by the board of health, thnt
the village of Vienna is in a state of quar
antine, and that from this day forward no
person or baggage will be allowed to stop
olf the trains from the south, within tho
corporate limits of said village, and no per
son will lie allowed to stop olf the trains
from the north without a certificate from thu
board of health of his city, village or
county, that he has not been in an infected
district, nor that he lias been exposed to
any infectious or contagious disease.
And it is further ordered, that no persons
who is not a citizen ot this county, will bo
allowed to enter within the corporate lim
its of stiid village, by any public road,
highway, street or path, without a certitlcato
from the board of health from his city, vil
lage or county as above described; ami no
hackman, teamster or common carrier will
be allowed to transport persons or gixsls,
except by complying with tho alsive reg
ulation; and the keepers of hotels and lioard
ing houses are hereby ordered not to al
low any person or baggage to stop at thair
respec ive houses unless the alsivo regula
tions have been fully complied with.
And it is further ordered and declared,
that each citizen is hereby delegated a.
policeman to see that the above rules nnd
regulations are enforced, and also to see that
the sanitary rules are complied with and 1 1
reMirt all failures of the same thereof to thu
.1. U. Kl'VKENDALf,
President of Hoard.
Factory Facts. -Close contlncnicnf,
careful attention to all factory work, give
the operatives pallid fnces, poor npix'tite,
languid, miserable feelings, poor blood, in
active liver, kidneys and urinary troubles,
and all tho physicians and medicine in thu
world cannot help them unless they get out
doors or use Hop Hitters, made of the pur
est and best remedies, and csiiecittHy for
such eases, having abundanceof health,
sunshine and rosy clucks in them. Nona
need suffer if they will use them freely.
They cost hut n trillo. See another column.
For Rent. Cottage ou Tenth street,
between Washington and Walnut. ,
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