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   Freeport Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 12, 1878, Freeport, Illinois                                t H tf FREEPORT DAILY BULLETIN TERMS 1O CENTS SIN OLE COPY THREE EN ADVANCE SEPTEMBER 307 DoWii Down Down GRAND FAIR Another great reduction in prices at POPULAR CLOTHING 71 Slephenson Sredei Owing to the lateness of the season we have marked our entire stock of CLOTHING AND TO BEMKOCK The following is but an index to our list of VERY LOW PRICES Wo ring 50 cents and upwards Heavy Working and Business Jb and All Wool upwards Dress g 10 and upwards YouthsSuits Great and upw AVe have just received another case of those splendid TflE DAILY FESTIVAL JYT Hettingers lltli and for the benefit of the German Catholic Josephs Church AUmiasion 15 The Dollar Tickets entitle the Holder to a chance on a fioe SILVER TEA and to admission for four THE THE A Slight Decrease In the Number of Cooler Weather in the Slrick en I HUH Large Amount ot Money Subscribed Yes medicines and medical supplies for con President Howard Chairman Citizens Relief Acting Editor Memphis The weather has been cool to which is unfavorable t the The official report of the board of health shows 104 of which 19 were and 65 new of which 12 were color The medical corps of the Howard association report 212 804d4t Tnmer STATS FAIR p COMMENCING 1 H ID September 10 The brilliant JENNIE Supported by the eminent SOUTHARD and a carefully selected New The weather is cool and New 253 The weather is cloudy and with a stiff northeast wind all The deaths include 37 22 being under 7 years of Among the deaths are Matilda aged second daughter of the late and the five year old son of of the There has been much complaint among the seamen that the United States law prevents their being ad mitted to the marine hospital unless they have in active service for i i i fYSivF RFPER 60 At this when nearly In the choicest gems of her EXTENSIVE RtPbR J TOIRE Reserved on sale at Charles Goodhnes with out extra S5d6t which we are retailing for former price Twentyfive dozen GAUZE at 25 cents per Twenty dozen MOMS CHEVIOT WORKING at 40 cents per and all other goods in It will pav you to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as the goodsPare all NEW AND COMPLETE and of OUR OWN MANUFACTURER WILCOXONSJtfESA Attraction and we can save to the buyer the wholesale dealers at our goods and prices will convince you of the A look at Commencing Manager McVickers sup potted by hie Excellent Dramatic will appear in the laughable Comedy of SIMPSON Peter McViclter to be followed by the Musical PETER Change of bill ench Pe j com merces lit 8 Popular Prf Admission 50 Keserved gents 75 50 Cbildre 25 Seats cao be secured nt Sanborns Book McCosh mil superintend the Or chestra and or money PEOPLES POPULAR 71BTEPHER30N BREWSTER S T I ItsT E Star PATENT PLOW MANUFACTURED BY COUNTY Restaurants and UNITED STATES Ouh 30u49tt Is now with a stock of handsome FALL TD Guarantee STYLISH FAULTLESS LOWEST 92 StehenRon signof GILT 386 25dAwtf all commerce has been suspended on account of the there are a large number 01 seamen who have been out of employment for 90 The authorities have been appealed to for The seamens benevolent association be ing unable to take care of all these the Howard association is considering the prnpri ty of renting a ward of 40 beds in Botei Dieu for the destitution and fever vic This they think will not only insure the patients better care am more but will be more economical than giving a nurse a day and providing other necessi The Howard association report 277 new cases including sick and Sept yes terday there have been four deaths and five new weather is clear but Two undertakers report 56 deaths up to Among the dead are Mrs Gray Martin Isaac Herbert cty editor of the is im ported His mother is now lown with the John Lonsdale is and Clarke h s been appointed in his stead as treasurer of the citizens relief the acting post ma having been t iken one of the bondsmen of the lute Postmaster this morning took chnrge of the post and requests that no money more To guard against any mishap to the county and to expedite the burial of the pauper Prevident Langstaff has ordered I hey will be brought to the city and used as occasion Baton board of for the 24 hours ending at 9 oclock this reports New 24 Total cases to 297 total Port tender to our friends in every part of our coun a thanks from a thousand grateful hearts for the liberal which will be definitely acknowledged when we can do so through the local Orr papers are not issued at Please say to all that when lie remittances of which wu have been advised come to we will have and further assistance will not e JAMES President sf the Howard peo ples concert and festival tomor row afternoon and for the benefit of the fever sufferers of the will be the occasion of a gen eral and promises to net a great sum of President Hayes will further cases of sickness among the refu gees here from the The Hickman mail Good who has been sick for several died this sub scriptions to the relief from other 511 11 Second National bUlllLUB JOHN JACOB AtFBKB MICHAEL JOHN THOMPSON DAVIP 1rea Kaufman Gilberts SAMPLE Tho proprietors have enlarged and refitted this and stocked it with a lurpe supply of the best of Billiard and Pool Free Lunch The Diitronaco of the public la respectfully solid ted v KAUPFMAN 215ly COLLMANN fc TWO DOOLIB SOUTH OF OHIOA go Bt Bank opeu from 9 oclock tn 4 p M Mt ley Promissory Government City aud Couuty and other boqglit and Buy and VWUivvtva the cities in the United atooTjfcbt DrafUon If Oer The business of Clergymen and of Churched of all denominations transacted at Deposits received And interest pAld U left for a definite In connection with our general Bank IDE business we have established a Saving Depart ment In tbU department we will allow InUreet on balances on tho lit if January and The absurd idea of selling Stewed Oysters AT TTIE Slepliensoii ami Liberty For 25c ier HOLLY There is a great deal to and but little time to prepare it and the wires are We are blessed with the most faithful operator some time I will speak of The death list yesterday and IS new Tell those who have helped us to ac cept our prayers for We have no bankers are no postoffice order arrange Send funds by We need supplies and mo Chairman Relief BATON Some 30 deaths from yellow fever have occurred to date 88 new are re ported for the three days ending yester day and at least 40 more may be added this The Howards by their thorough and systematic organ ization have saved many Atten tion is promptly given to each case as soon Our physicians arc and as yet have not asked to be The Howards have now some 50 nurses The means adopt ed are keeping down all but it if that the trying ordeal is now fairly before but our people I meet it calmly A cold northern wind is blowing this Signed LEON The re ceipts from yesterdays great picnic were over and the entire amount goes to the afflicted south ern The total amount raised here to noon today and regularly reported is 11 cases in the last 24 15 towit John Gough and Tho of this who has been in Memphis for some time in charge of a branch house died last night at the quarantine in He had had the yellow and was advices from Constantinople give further de tails of the circumstances attending the death of Mehemet All It seems that at Plavaand Kolas even before the arrival of Mehemet complete anarchy had gained the upper and upon his arrival in Jokovo he found the greatest excite ment prevailing among the lie was violently upbraided with hav ing come to Albania to hand over the land to the The agitation went on finding vent espe cially in the vehement abuse of Abdul lah Mehemet Alis The house selected by Mehemet Ali for his lodgings was fired by the Albanians of Jokovo and Then the fight began between the incendiaries and Mehemet in which twenty men of the latter Towards even through the intervention of some the conflict was nsurgents promising to observe a Deaceful About G oclock in he in where Mehemet Ali still the struggle broke out resulting in the death of Abdullah with several The house in which they took refuge was Mehemet Ali succeeded in escaping from the burning building and in concealing himself in a shed close but hiding place was soon dis covered and heVas mercilessly put to The Albanian league is said to consist of well armed and equip ped determined to resist the oc cupation of their territory by any Christian There is much talk of Servia and Montenegro cooperating with It is thought possible at Vienna that anarchy in Albania may compel Austria to occupy that province also There are insurgents 40 cannon in old They have an advance guard strong between Grocanyea and They have fortified Tuzela and Alter the defeat of the Austriansat the insurgents in vaded Austrian territory at but were driven Etilliarci 100 Stephenson FreeportJlVt LIQUORS AND FIRST CLASS Ypu can find at this resort RAW always mpplied with the best of Wine Liquors and and tbe frienda of tbe Ihronghoo Northern are respectfully InvlUd to extend tbeir SCRAMBLED Placed on the table in guod style and cooked in cooked In the bast KIR8T CLASS PRINTING xeucted the office at 4 be sent here by pokoffice as the force now in the office is so small that nothing can be done but delivering president of the Howard has telegraph ed to and Cincin for ready made coffins We have at this date sick to provide and well people to The average increase of cases is LOO and the average deaths 100 per No signs of abatement of the hough the weather has turned and we have hopes that the back of the epidemic has been The total daily expenses of the How ard association citizens relief commit tee are about We have on hand about enough for five Contributions are coining in at present at the rate of per may decrease at any If the fever continues one month as is likelv with gradual in that time we will need from to 000 and about We al so need 125 sheets and pillows every to replace those destroyed daily by order of the board of and on which persons have We have been helphing and are still Brownsville and and have calls from other adjacent points which are daily increas If these calls and this increase is not greater than it has the above amount of money and number of ra tions would satisfy the wants of the peo ple until the epidemic is We need money to pay weather is with sotue The thermometer stands at 62 September Fourteen thousand dollars have been raised here for the yellow fevor New cham ber of commerce committee to ay transmitted to New Or to and to These sums were sent to the Howard associa Reports from all points show a continuation of liberal contribu tions for the fever Tho Wenhcin Ico is sending fifty carloads ot ice to which all the railroads carry 111 answer to inquiries from various Demming gives the fol lowing statement Tho at which were reported as yellow are only bilious and the usual type of this part of the Mississippi They are all and have had no symptoms of the yellow There is no fever in the and with the present cool weather the general feeling is that Cairo will the present Hale must be The senate appears to staud 20 republicans to 11 greenbacks and greenbackdemo No straight The returns today make tho vote about aa follows Gar The house as far ns heard from stands 64 20 45 green and 22 to hear The majority of those not known are quite sure to be democrats and so that the house will have an opposi tion majority of not less than and will probably send up Garcelon and Smith to the standing 20 to will likely choose dem for house now stands 68 21 democrats and 48 with 14 to hear being one opposition majority Fraud is alleged in ward This would change four democratic representatives to and that may change the At this afternoon the returns from the house stand 04 republicans and 21 and 54 with more to hear Sept repub licans concede the election of in the 5th congressional by GOO house now stands 65 republicans and two democrats supporting the 21 democrats and 58 Five are not two of winch are known to be This ma es 67 republicans to 81 Some hard money democrats may affil iate with the The charge of fraud in ward 4leaves a chance to change four which would give the republicans a majority on joint and permit them to elect the state provided the two republi can democrats acted with the republi A man having lost heavily at a card table in one of the London drew a revolver and shot the ear off the maa who sat   

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