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Freeport Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 14, 1878, Freeport, Illinois FREEPORT DAILY B 1O CENTS SINGLE COPY THREE LIST ADVANCE SEPTEMBER Down Down Down Another great reduction in prices at POPULAR CLOTHING 71 Sleptason Newsier Turner STATE FAIR 1 p COMMENCING 1 ft It September 10 JIOXDA The brilliant JMHIE Supported by the eminent SOUTHARD and a carefully selected COMEDY In the choicest gems of her EXTENSIVE RFPER Reserved aeats on sale at Charlea Goodhued with out extra 3l5d6t TflE DAILY THE Still Continuing The Disease Haiti to be Assuming a Wild er For MI in Owing to the lateness of the season we have marked our entire stock of finiwmw WILCOXONS PERA Attraction DOWN TO BUMROCK The following is but an index to our list of VERY LOW Mena Wo r ing cents and Heavy Working and Business aiid All Wool and Dress and Youths Suits Great and u We have just received another case of those splendid WIHIIETIE which we are retailing for former price Twentyfive dozen of those GAUZE at 25 cents per Twenty dozen Mens heavy CHEVIOT WORKING at 40 cents per and all other goods in It will pav you to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as the goods are all NEW AND COMPLETE and of OUR OWN MANUFACTURER and we can save to the buyer wholesale dealers A look at at our goods and prices will convince you of the Commencing Manager McVickere sup ported by bis Excellent Dramatic will appear in the laughable Comedy of SIMPSON Peter McVicker to be followed by the Musical PETER Change of bill each Performance coin mencesat 8 Popular AdmiBBJOD 50 Reserved 8eaU 75 50 Children 25 Beats can be secured at Saiiborns Book McCosh will superintend the Or chestra and S T I 3ST IE Guaranteed as Represented or money PEOPLES POPULAR CLOTHING 71 STEPHERSON BREWSTER PATENT PLOW MANUFACTURED BY STEPHENSON COUNTY Restaurants and Star Is now prepared with a new and handsome stock of FALL To Guarantee STYLISH FAULTLESS LOWEST 92 StebetiHon Mgn of GILT 2862Sil4wtf The absurd idea of selling Stewed Oysters AT T3E and Liberty For 25c per STATES 0Mb 2Un49lf Second National SURPLUS JOHN AIFBID MIOHAIL THOMPSON D4vir Pitua MANN COLLMANN TWO DOOBB SOUTH OK f OUIOA go 8t Bank open from a oolock to 4 lay Government City County Orion other Securitiei bought n4 lay end tell drafti on all the U UnlUd tJUUi ftlio Sight on buHtnaie of Clergyman aud of QhurehM of all denominations trtnttoted at rceciredand interest pnld it left definite lu connection vritb oar general Back ing have enUbUihed a Saving Depart ment In thii department we will allow tt intorMt on balatoes on lit if and SOJJU Kauffman Gilberts SAMPLES The proprietors hnve enlarged and refitted this and stocked it with alarpe lupply of the beet Billiard and Pool Free Lunch The patronage of the public IB respectfully golicl KAUFFMAN A 215ly 100 Stepheiiaon TABLE FIRST CLASS The bar ii alwayi lupplied with the belt of Liquors and and the frlendt of the Ihronghoa Northern are respectfully toextend their You can find at this resort SCRAMBLED Placed on the table In good style and cooked In cooked in the boat CLOSING OUT Childrens Carriages worth selling for Velocipedes less than Wall Paper less than Window shades less than White lead less than Paints of all kinds leps than All kinds of Fancy Goods less than Machine oil less than The entire stock to be closed out at less than Opposite the Brewstw SUdAwtf night was cool hut this morning the sun is out warm There is no de crease in the death The un dertakers reoort 58 deaths up to noon and 113 since noon There is great difficulty in arriving at the number of new cases as the physicians are negligent about making their The opinion prevails among some physi cians that since the late cool weath there will be fewer new and the attack not so Among the dead this morning are Channiriir of Morrison Humes with jeweler John Sister Fimiions and George Among the new cases are of the peabody Hotel un dertaker Major super intendent of the Southern Express company Pat and an active How ard lately recov ered from the has been sent with medical to Mason to admin ister the There are 13 cases at Somerville and the town is All undertakers but one repotted tonight the total deaths reported being of which 44 were Resident physicians report 29 new cases to the board of The report of the medical corps of the Howard Association was not made up until midnight The Howard Association reported 203 new The disease is assuming a milder and yields readily to the treat which is attributed to the re cent cold Four Howard physicians have the of Brownsville city Tipton Tenn of Clarke and wife are sick also of Washing ami the Episcopal minister from Miller died also a telegraph op erator from and Major the oldest printer in who is the tenth member of the Typographical Union who has died Eight more are down and 5 r Six nonunion print ers have A meeting of the members of the citizens relief com mittee and the Howard Association was had at the Peabody this after which was presided over by of the which it was resolved to no more ra tions to well persons except those in the witu a view to compel the people to leave the It was also resolved to telegraph to New Or leans for 40 active business men to assist the as the clerical force has been much reduced by the president of the Southern has sent through Casey a per sonal donation of for the rj lie of the sick and Brownsville today reports four deaths and 15 new Twentyfive physicians of the Howard medical report 202 new cases The drug stores being all except Doctor medical lias or dered the necessary drugs from and will open a The weather is New and The mercury last night was New 229 58 following are messages to the associated press Our worst fears have been real The cold winds and heavy at mosphere of the past two days have had a most disastrous New cases in the past 24 36 Our aud assisted by of New are hurry from house to and our over sixty in have more than they can It is enough to crush the stoutest but we hope for Divine and pray God to turn away from us this awful and consuming The thermometer this morning markod Signed EMMET For the Canton excite ment over the two cases of yellow fever has nearly Mulky died this morning and was promptly and the premises thoroughly Several hundred panic stricked people went north by the night and morning The fact that no new cases are reported this has done much to quite the and we foster the hope that the city is in no greater danger thau By the development of these cases Centralia has quarantined trains from New re sponse to the suggestion mado in a communication published in the city as a means o purifying the atmosphere and destroying the mal fires were very generally lighted in the streets throughout tha city this The report 96 now Total cases of fever obtained by them to Clear and The signal ser vice reports the minimum thermom i eter last uight at A private instrument near ground indicate From noon to 6 28 deaths are At a meeting tonight the follow ing was A dispatch from announ ces that the quarantine against up the river freights had been The Howard association of New Or leans tender their most grateful thanks tor the noble respouce 1rom all parts of our country to their call lor relief of the fever and request that no further collections be as they believe the funds received and now coming will be ample to meet all the wants of the The Peabody association filled to day 392 requisitions equal to The Howard association reports the new cases to day at 309 Choppin and other well known physicians express the opinion that after this week there will be a grad ual decline in the death rate from yellow Among the 207 cases reported up to noon today were 80 dated from August 25 to the 9th besides 25 reported by one physician who gives no the operator who went to Vicksbcrg from Louis died of the fever this Bishop Elder is reported out of Shreveport has contributed 35 one physician and one minister to the fever new cases of yellow fever are reported to one of the physicians who went to Memphis with the Washington nurses says Before reaching even for five miles the air was laden with tlie yel low fever and as we approached tue city the stench was absolutely sick Pease and myself went into the Peabody only one now and were shown into a room from which a dead lady had just been Ves sels of black vomit were standing about the and the bed cloths had not been The hotel itself is a perfect pest and victims of the disease are in twothirds of the Sulphur pans were kept burning in the and clothes constantly but they cannot get enough iu the hotel to do ouelmf what ought to be All commerce has and business of nearly every kind is People have no heart to attempt any regular and could not if they Even the liquor sal oons lor the most purl arc and provision stores as a rule are The greatest need is nurses and The best thing that can bo done now is to send plenty of and The negroes and many poor whites for 150 mifes around Memphis have nocked in hearing they could get something to Hundreds of poor people are go ing about the especially colored with hardly anything on at all The sights in this respect are So far no disturbance has but the better dagos are in con slant terror of a The city is in the hands of the colored po lice and while they behave very well there is still a lurking fearou the part of the whites of some addition al Baton or 60 new cases for the last 24 hours will be reported this and 8 deaths of Father a Catholic and Phillip vice consul of are down both stricken at their post of duty among the weather continues but no Signed LKON weather is thermometer at 3 was80 de grees at 8 64 light frost is reported in Jefferson county this Some think a light frost fell no one saw The cool weather for the past few days caused hopes of an early and a light increase in the new cases and the de crease in caused every one to feel more but today the death list doubles that of and new cases is greatly but the num ber cannot bo as the physicians do not The deaths yesterday today among them telegraph who came here the 1st of September fiom contributions for the yellow fever sufferers amount to about The citizens commit tee today deposited each for Memphis and New and for Stone bus issued a proclamation setting apart as a day of prayer for the removal of the the in fected district there are uow 13 three being reported as convalescent to Two of these are very the balance are No new cases were reported in the past two days and no The rain continued till mid Today has been with the thermomter at 60 The pan ic is entirely allayed in the city and the presence of the scourge would hardly be suspected but for the almost total suspension of Holly doc tors are sick and the noble onea left are worked We need three more good Last night of was arrested here charged with It is report ed he is no Twentyfive new cases being the day set apart for prayer for the stricken according to Bishops there is no session of the chamber of police or board of public Services are being held in several of the The rainy weather the past day or two has had a damaging effect on the yellow fe ver patients at Rose Hill The cases were being quite success fully treated until the damp atmos phere came to August Schmett has passed the crisis and will probably The only other is in a very critical Advices from this state that a careful exam ination of the infected district be 1jw that shows 16 cases of yellow and nearly all present worse symptoms this morning on ac count of the cold rain prevailingk Canand of this have been dispatched to Gallipolis to investigate the cases reported and ascertain if they are genuine yellow fever of New died of yellow fe ver at Rose Hill Hospital this morn Sohou valoff is now He is charged to sound the Austrian government in regard to identical steps in forc ing the Berlin Berlin dis patch says The conservative jour nals show great vexation at the re sults of the elections for officers of the which signally ex pressess the helplessness of their The elections demonstrate that the united conservatives cannot carry the house against the united except with the help of the but reconciliation with the latter seems as far off as If the liberals act they can defeat the antisocialist bill But it is believed that some compromise will be made vvhicb will gain the support of moderate liber als and secure the passage of the Prince Bismarck is expected here from G astern Lynn democrats last evening elected 18 Butler and 19 antiButler delegates to the state The demo crats of Taunton elected 21 dele all favoring Brockton and Hopkinton elected antiButler San fire at San Bernardino yesterday destroyed eighteen business Total loss over insurance about
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