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Freeport Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 23, 1882, Freeport, Illinois Pnblishod evening Sunday at Eajlo 100 Htophenecn STfiPHENSON ILLINOIS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE AND The First National bank has made a radical change in the locking ar rangement of its burglarproof safe The First National has made a The people have found for the past twenty years the more radi ical the the heavier became the robbery of the national The National Bureau of statistics says The corn crop this year is esti mated at against bushels in The latest estimate of the wheat crop of the season of 1S82 is 000 as in The value of domestic ex ports for the fiscal year ended June 1883 as against during 1881 a falling off of Thisis duo al most entirely to the failure of the crops oi the country during the sea of a result attributable to the drought and other unfavorable mete orological influences which prevailed no extensively throughout the country during that The imports during the fiscal year were than during any pre vious year in the history of the The number of tons trans ported on the fifteen leading railroads of the United States the last fiscal year was as against tons during the preceding fiscal The railroad mileage of the United States January was Everybody uses It is found in the palaces of kings and hovels of of and though most digesti most and cheapest of all descriptions of it is not simply because badlv It be preferred oven to yams or Irish aud is cheaper than oatmeal or grains grits Venders of rice should send with each package sold instructions for its pre paration for the Only just enough cold water shoal be poured on to prevent the rice from Imrning at the bottom of the which should have a closefitting and a moderate fire the rice is rather than until it is nearly donethen the cover is taken the surplus steam and moisture allowed to and the rice turns out a mass of snowwhite each separ ate from the and as much superior to the usual soggy as a line mealy potato is superior to the water soaked A Wreck in Pennsylvania A Train Ditched on the Fort Wayne Koad A train on the New Lake Erie Wes tern railroad ran off the track on the trestle near the river bridge a mile south of Carroll Two passen ger coaches and the caboose wenf over the falling eight and were badly The en gine and baggage car passed over A stringer on the trestle was raised from its ran through the first passenger fortunately pas sed down the aisle and doing little Conductor John Barnes and Thomas Sheehan were thrown through the The latter had three ribs broken and otherwise in but it is believed not Burns was struck in the but not fatally Many pas sengers were loudly bruised but of those only two were The cause of the accident is but it is thought to be the trucks of a freight car leaving the Fort Dec A broken rail a mile and a half south of Connorsville threw one cars of the passenger train on ihe Fort Cincinnati Louisville road off the and into Whitewater canal Roadmaster Stewart was severe ly injured John Colescott was also hurt Georgrve daughter of the exstate treasurer was perhaps fatally injured several passengers were slightly The Commercials special says An excursion train with three hundred passengers was ditched by an open switch in the yards of the Mount Vernon and Columbus A number of passeu gers were badly but nojue seriously OIL A Great Fire at Tbe explosion of Thomas1 petroleum storos this caused a great lire which has already destroyed several business building and The flamingoil nm swiftly along the shores of the Thesborels on lireto the One barque an i i L The Brewers commit tee appointed at the meeting of the Western brewers at Chi to confer with the Cincinnati brewers to induce them to join the arrived today and spent the day in trying to effect their There is no organiza tion of Cincinnati hence no joint action could be The committee will remain to see if they can do anything by indi vidual The Cincinnati brew ers seem indisposed to join the asso saloon keepers in the heart of the city have decided to a mass meeting of all saloonkeepers of the city with the in tention of making a fight in case the Western Brewers association insists on raising the price of beer one dol lar per barrel after January in accordance with its recent cho td in the The canal is entirely eon iire is still burninV The Public Lauds the United Tbe public lands of the United States whidi are still undisposed ol and open to lie in nine teen Wisconsin and nine territo Over gallons of ing oil ran into the river light ing up both sides and 1MSTISKSS IN of distress among the small farmers and laborers are becoming more visible in some the government is beino pressed to establish relief A Queer Protector of San of ficer Joseph Lanktree was arrested tonight on two charges of Last night eight bales of raw brought here on the steamship Belgic from were stolen from a Cen tral Pacific railroad Lanktree was suspected and his nouse searched and the stolen property found secret The silk was valued at Lauktreo has been a member of the police force for some The World Still Moves Notwithstanding Mother Shiptons dire the world Mill exists Ihe people will longer if they UBS Bigalows Positive which nuh tit lea and conquers con Chicago and lower regular December 92c January 93c February 93c May spring 91 and cash 51 c seller the year bid January 49c February cash 3Uijc seller the year 3530 January 81 cash January cash for the 24 hours The market is Light mixed packing heavy 5c for the past 24 hours The market is Fancy butchers stockers and feeders About The Bloomington BULLETIN says The hotelkeepers at Spriugfield concluded to let the members of the legislature get out ot that town with but little money in their The Lelaid proprietors have placed their rates at from and they will make no reduction for lost time1 on the part of Here tofore the LeJand rates have been to per and when a member of the legislature was away for ajday or two they deducted accord ingly from his The Revere Nicholas hotels have followed in the steps of the and up all Sullivan and Dunn manager oi John the states that tbe reason win no arrangement for the glove nf between Sullivan and Elliott was made for other city after its is the that Elli ott is really and is now suffer ing from paralysis of tbe They will probably never as their personal animosities have been set and they have become fast Sullivan goes to New York after a few thence to Hot Springs for six thence to San where he will A medicine of real prescribed by many leading and uni versally recommended by those who have used as a true tonic Iron In a botte dian New oping ami ulldia of tho For proof call at Burrells drug store and Ret The area of tinso lands Wyoming in square ot whic up to June acres Had boon From July J8GS tf June acres of the public lauds were taken bv sotllers under the homestead from lSv4 to acres wore enter Tho who atttemptod to outrage a white near kelson was taken from the Till cers while on the way to the jail and J A World Wants Toe proof the puddiuc i ing aud not in eat which iM T re take Dr Clover h cures all hlooU torpid liver cents per J was in at Inn To Whom it May Concern Oil ami after this the book of Hie tax collector will be found at the of ticeof Joseuh where those who Imve taxes to pay are invited to Tax Collector bishop of has been prostrated with heart disease and may pass away at any Sitting up Nights E Creek 8he hal been tr uhled with asthma for four Ha1 to sit up night after night with and was untimely cured by two bott of Eoleotric For Bale by Emtnert y There are some peopleso eaten up with curiosity that they would turn a rainbow to see what color its back jtt Free ot Cost By calling at Uobol Mooeka druc you can get a sample bottle of Uosauko Coujrh and Lunc will relievo tho moBt CouRh or and fihow you rrgu Hr5i crnt eiae troubled Dry mi aSB iVin3 in tho C8 itUfi Throat ftn1 Seme Httmile boltle of lledd was hanged at for choakingLucy Lee to If you or cough or any buy a bottle of Hills Peerless Oongh Use it and if not satisfied return tne empty bottle and we wil refund the We also sell Teerlesd Worm Specific on the same Cpbba little Podypbollin Pill8 cure headache or no teb23dw EMMEIIT Are you going to the morgue to day is the latest Washington It means the place our national law makers Joseph Buf was induced by his brother to try Tnomas Eclectric Oil for a sprained ankle and with half a dozen applica tions be was unable to walk round again ail For sale by Emmert t Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the loins and lower part of the causing the patient to suppose he has someailec tion of the kidneys or neighboring or At symptoms of indi gestion are as un easiness of the A mois like producing a very disagreeable particularly at nigbt alter getting warm in is a very common External aod Itching Pilos yield at once to the application of Bosankos Pile whiob acts directly upon tbe parts absorbing the allaying tbe intense and effect ing a permanent cure where all otners buye not delay until the system produces perma nent but try it and he cured Sold by HoobclA corner of Galena a id Chicago ITEMS OF our Department That pood natured ge Will commonly known as the arrived in town this morning to spend the hol idays with his He is taking thorough course in engineering ac and we are pleased to prospering finely in his stud CorvusrVickard and Frank Clark arrived in town this morning from were they have been attending college for some time Christmas turkey at we pre is the Messrs Leamon and Leslie Goddarcl ar5 home for the holidays from Ann where they are attending Last evening a surprise party was tendered to Harry Weaver gentlemanly by about twentyfive of his lady and gentleman it being the anniversary of his sixteenth birth Quite a number of costly and elegant presents were given him by the A general good time was had until an when they dispersed with many hap py returns of the The general verdict a large James K returned this morning from Dakota where he has been for several months Born to and on the morning of a ten pound All parties concerned during in fact the father never felt better in his The increase of population accounts for the de crease in items from Lena in the last few Kidney Complaint writes I have been tor over a year subject to serious disorder of the and often unable to attend to business I procured your Burdock Blood Bitters aud WHS relieved before half a bottle was I intend to as I feel confident they will entirely cure Price For sale bv Em inert There are now being fed at dis tilleries in Peoria about head of Buckiens Arnica The best salve in the world forcuts salt lever to ckaped chilblains and all irkin aud pos itiveJy cures It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or monney re Price cents per For s lie by Emmcrt Wilcoxons Opera The Great Fashionable ONB NIGHT Way train December Mefurnof iheKftmonn FAY TEMPLETON And her Opera comprHng 33 Btor will render Andrans Fa inous Comic Caat tolMje etwogtt ot the Posi tirely fineit organisation on the New Star New New SUPERB Reserved 75 cents on sale TMPMTOX Advance Clothing for 20p MY Will OOCtlnfdrl t A Reduction f 10 On ota o and unsaleable CHRISTMAS We hae opened up the finest as sortment of HOLIDAY GOODS In Our ever Shown in this and Guarantee our Prices to Suit Every Wise THE I fully determined worth of unseaaona IamBotg shelf worn a my for ten and twea merchinta do I ha I th 3eari this branch of their over goods from season into money and lave t0mer8 Examine my 102 Stephenaon StrictlylOnePrice Cas Better HURRY CBRffTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR The placo to bu y your hpliday goons is at Opjxsitn the Court where you will find a very lart and carefully selected stock of Cor the consisting of A full line of Our Sock of Suck and Kid 6 Xe clew m m CLOTH Mens And Fine Woolens Tor Our Cuslome CloHiing Is Full and We Especially isk an in spcctiou of our Choice Novelties and For the M Chamberlin Tailor and Gents The Largest Stock of CHRISTMAS OABDi Ever Shown in Holiday Books Fine Standard Booksl In Alma at Gold Pens and AlbumsandHolidayGot IQ Pictures Frai In Great Full Line of Artists SAN S Stephenxon dcc6JJtw3w ELS01 FREEPORTS FOK Including an elegant aiSortment of TOY CANDIES us well as n Kieal of cltlrtrens Hobby tool Beautiful Dolls For little and many other tilings to please tl tie as wull aa thti lunor i lie sure to see and tlie LOW dec6hw ANDREWS RS NO US ING TO HOLD DOWN BAKING POWDE TAMBOUNDTORISE K t HI H PURE CREAM SI Given If alum or any Jnj urious substances can jje found Baking Is IKS tlvcly Being and testimonials received from Iffivs ton of Chicago and Gusttivua Never sold in Mlchitfiut 28 JiJ A n y OUNQ N GOODS For the Holidays Ai Bottom we no such Lay Our of Nice Tilings as ut Emincrt Burrells Tlic rush still continues at his r tial and ho is offering greater gains than in Watchej Solid Silver and Silve Plated These goods were Purchased for And Selected with great cave for th Holiday My stock is the and the PBIOE3 the Fresports I MISS aRAOB in its branches Extra fine Work a All fitting cutting dune by the Franco M Prussian Which is tba in tbe Now dealing and etjflea n ALL WOMK Rooms at RoMdence of V Q of Leslie on Grove Htrlet orders can hit at Wheeler wSSon W tr T to Cleanly Bath Sea Salt for Olive Oil Toilet t ish Bathing Flesh Bri use wet or Nail Hand Toilet Waters Tooth and Handkerchief Face Cloth Hair The above goods in our usualEne stock of choicest and Please examine our goods compare our which are ways the Emmert
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