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   Freeport Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 16, 1878, Freeport, Illinois                                N FREEPORT DAILY TERMS 1O CENTS PER SINGLE COPY THREE ADVANCE SEPTEMBER 310 Down Down Down Another great reduction in prices at POPULAR CLOTHING 71 Steptienson Drewster Owing to the lateness of the season we have marked our entire stock of TO BEUROCK The following is but an index to our list of VERY LOW Mens Wo r ing 50 cents and Heavy Working and Business and All Wool and Dress and Youths Suits Great and We have just received another case of those splendid WHITE which we are retailing for former price Twentyfive dozen of those OAUZE at 25 eents 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 dealers at our goods and prices will convince you of the A look at or money PEOPLES POPULAR CLOTHING 71 STEPHERSON BREWSTER Turnery STATE FAIR THE DAILY I A 10 COJ1MKNCING September The brilliant JEHHI1 Supported by the eminent SOUTHARD and a carefnlly pelected COMEDY In the choicest gemi of her REPER Reserved seats on sale ut Charles Goodhnes with out extra S 5d6t WILCOXONSjDPERA Attraction Commencing MONO Manager McVickers sap ported by hia Excellent JDramatic will appear in the laughable Comedy ol SIMPSOH Peter McVIcker to be followed by tbe Musical PBTSR Change of bill each mences at 8 Performance com Popular Admission 50 Reserved SefcU 75 Adul B 50 Cbildrei 25 Seats can be secured at Book McCosh will superintend the Or chestra and T I 3ST IE Star Is now prepared with a new and handsome stock of FALL To Guarantee STYLISH FAULTLESS LOWEST sign of GILT 28823dAwtf BY NO CHANGE FOR THE BETTER The Number of IXew Cases Largely Kfo More New Cases in Miscellaneous Fever PATENT PLOW MANUFACTURED BY STEPHENSON COUNTY Restaurants and Kaufman Gilberts SAMPLE The absurd idea of selling Stewed Oysters AT Stcphenson ami Liberty For 25c per weather las taken a and it is feared or the The nights are cool and the days are and the num 3er of new cases may reasonably be expected to continue Forty six deaths are reported up to noon to and 91 for 24 hours ending at Death is taking many of the best L Knowl acting died this also Eugene son of Rev Miss Phillip Early and mother of the Halst and Horace are very Tonight reports shows an increase in the death rate 127 deaths are re of 10 should have been reported last leaving to days mortality About noon today a foul stench was discovered in the neighborhood of Lorby Hunts on Front A negro detaUed for the made an examina tion of the premises and in one of the rooms discovered the de composed body of a cotton who had evidently been dead several Twenty six physicians of the Howard medi cal report 234 new cases for the past 24 Mitchell furnishes the follow ing The statement of of as sent through the asso ciated press reports last is exag gerated in many and false in The Peabody of which he draws such a frightful is kept open by the Gallo for the accommodation of physi nurses ani other active and is kept free from In refer ence to his statement through the Washington that the white women have been outraged by negro not a single case of the kind has it has been my universal practice when unacclimated physicians have of fered their to first inform them of the great risk they were running in If they were will ing to remain I most gladly accepted their as the need for physicians was very weather is claar and warm thermometer A light frost was had yesterday to the northward in the Mississippi The fever here UNITED STATES OMh 2Un49tf Second National SURPLUS JOHN AlFKID THOMPSON PCLLB JACOB JOHN DAVIP COLLMANN TWO DOORB SOUTH Of OUIOA gp 8t lUnk open from 0 oclock to 4 ley Promlisory Government City mid County and other bought aud Buy and iull on all the piiucipal cities in the United Butei alio Sight Drafti on Oor of Clergymen and of Ohurohei of all denominations trauiaotad at Deponlti received and interest paid when money is left for a definite time In connection with our general Bank Ing bniineii we have established a Sating Dt part men t In thii department we will allow 6 percent Interest on on the Ut of January and 2017 U Tho proprietors have enlarged and refitted thie and stocked it with alarpe supply of the beet btvndB of Billiard and Pool Free Lunch The patronage of the public is respectfully uolicl KAUFFMAN 215ly Billiard 100 Stephenton You can find at this resort SCRAMBLED Placed on the table in good style and cooked In cooked In the best CLOSING OUT 7 LIQUORS AND TABLE FIRST CLASS The bar ii always supplied with the beat of and and the frlendi of the Ihroughou Northern invited to extend their Childrens Carriages worth selling for Velocipedes lees 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 AT Opposite the Breweter is abating in new but the deaths continue very there being 22 16 whites and six Among the deaths today was the Father This makes the second priest that has died here within the last two Holly nurses did not Send 20 good most ly Send ut once we are sadly in a KINLUCK The nurses are leaving The doctors are Can you help us WALTEU yes 25 in different of the surrounding and found unmistakably yellow fever in families having no communication with the Found one dead and another My strength and courage still New weather is clear and New cases 309 deaths A dispatch says the number of cases to date was 353 deaths 54 new oases in last 24 hours 34 deaths one of our four was taken down this A hospital has been established and we are managing the fever the best we can the limited number of physicians and Thanks to friends every where for liberal Ten nurses leave for Holly Springs in the Tbe sick telegraph ers are reported as in a favorable condition and hopes are entertained that they wilt all The following explains itself The resolutions of the Howard asso telegraphed ludt ap plies only to thttuBelyea and their pe culiar work with the sick and destitute from the and ia not intended to apply to the Peabody who are at work to relieve the destitution which prevails widespread from the present The Peabody does a noble work aside from our particular and is worthy of every encour Signed City Howard Following is the official report from Port Gibson PORT To 560 cases 90 The fever is abating for want of a few are left to take Signed President of Howard New Cham ber of Commerce has issued an ap peal to the people of the United States in behalf of the yellow fever The committee says noble and generous as are the donations sent to us and kindred so cieties and organizations throughout the we beg to in lan guage as strong as it can be that they are wholly inadequate to re lieve the pressing needs of that portion of our beloved country suffering from the present scourge and Its abatement is not yet when it subsides or is We have only to excite your further sympathies by calling your attention the fatherless and mother less children left desolate and to the condition of thousands of men and wo men ready and willing to work for their daily but deprived of al opportunity to do so until the frost comes to remove the epedemic and revive the course of trade and com We appeal to our people every where to add or double what they have given to provide for the imperative needs of the plague stricken cities of south we rely on the chambers and boards of trade in the west to open de pots for The Catholic Review announces that Cardinal McCloskey has written a letter ordering collections in all the churches of bis diocese on Sun for the sufferers by the fever The cardinal ex horts Catholics to unite in offering up fervent prayers to that in his great may be pleased to deliver his afflicted people from tbe scourge under which they are now and arrest its desolat ing The chamber of commerce to day sent to the Memphis Howard to the Memphis Citizens relief to the Roman Catholics of to the Hebrew Benevolent so and to the Sisters of Marys at also to New deaths in the infected No new cases in the Total yellow fever subscriptions to the citizens From various From picnic Appropriated by the citizens committee to New Holly 500 Port 5uO Baton 500 500 veyed to tho stations north of here to prescribe for yellow fever pa A slight frost ocourced last Sept new cases of fever are yet Parties from the county report quite a heavy frost yesterday morning in the low bottom lands around Not perceptible in the but the feel ing is more and some of the absentees are South 14 new case today convalescents doing Baton 1 new cases 42 total number of deaths to date 27 total cases com mittee of citizens paid to for consisting of potatoes and onions which will be shipped on without charge for trans portation to for the relief of the yellow fever party given by the young last netted In Leavenworth has raised for the new cases of yellow fever reported today all Todleben has had the farewell audience of the prior to big departure to Rod A Naples special says a new crater has opened in in the bot tom of the old Lava is iuto the old post poned races in the Northern fair came off In the Belle Brassfield won second Lew The race was and postponed till 9 4 4 Total New cham ber of commerce sent to Memphis for tbe relief of the yellow fever In the Protestant Episcopal Sun day of collection will be taken for the relief of children suffering from the state ment of just returned from that tbe white women have to take negro men for nurses or go and that such negro nurses have taken advantage of their helpless white Keat editor of the Memphis pronounces as utterly and adds No man white or black would be allowed to breathe a second breath after such a crime became It is a libei upon the Mem phis who stood by us as po licemen and of died tonight at after an illness of one He came to us highly recommended by the citizens of His energy and devotion during this period ha been the theme on every and his death has tilled our hearts with Six other deaths occurred to and 2 nurses are Veasie ot New and Henry Stone of are the only physicians They are go ing night and On several oc casions Veasie has been con A Sharp Lawyer v A very fair story eomesfrom one of our says the New York One of those sharp and sarcastic of that class who take demoniac al joy and unspeakable pride in twisting a witness into a labyriath of had occasion some time ago to crossex amine a gentleman of some little promi The sharp lawyer after much skillful to so confuse the witness that the only answer that he could obtain to his question I dont When the had this answer returned to him a score or so of times his patience gave Tell lie with biting do you ever remember anything I was the you carry your memory back for twenty and tell me a single instance that happened then I think I returned the wit who had regained some Ah exclaimed the gleefully rubbing his in orthodox legal fash that is Corne what is this instance which you re member so well I remember that twenty years when you were admitted to the your father came to me to borrow thirty dollars to buy you a suit that you might make a presentable appearance at and I have a distinct re sollection that your father never paid the thirty dollars back to ConfuBiou changes hands at this point of the and the lawyer die witness without more A single woolen mill in the city of Lawrence produces every week a millioa yards of dyed or printed It pays t a week ns It employs paying them at an average rate ot cents a day to women and and a day to It consumes 500 tons of and expends for printing and dyeing materials every The wool it requires calls for the fleeces of head of It se cures and usually respecit ablo savings to persons and their less souls with the freights paid for transportation of its materials and shows what one mill contributes to tho and prosperity of vae The woolen industry of the whole country amounts to more than a There are nearly a thousand woolen mills in Ohio and other Western Alcohol was invented 950 years ago m and was used by ladies with a powder for painting their Since that time it has been used mainly by gen tlemen for painting their and used in a plain state because they no powder to fire them   

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