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Freeport Budget (Newspaper) - July 9, 1881, Freeport, Illinois FREEPORT at the Post Office at as TEEMS JULY The Great American CLOTHING HOUSE Mens Suits for Worth Mans Suits for Worth Extra Pine Dress Suits for worth These Suits arc Equal to Best Merchant Tailor Boys and Childrens Suits At such Astonishingly LOW Prices That Will Astonish at the GREAT AMERICAN CLOTHING Court OPENING OF We are now ready to show to the citizens of and Stephenson county the largest and finest Stock of ReadyMade CLOTHING ever displayed West of Notice our All Wool Suits at in all Shades and Scotch Suits from in 39 different English and French Worsted Dress in Brown and Blue These Suits are equal to the Finest Merchant Tailor 1000 of strong heavy Pants only Boys and Childrens JIH sold at surprisingly low Prices sonic Boys Suits low us Also a Full and Complete Line of the Latest Styles of H T S 3D S Which we mill sell for onehalf the usual Colored Shirts from cents White Shirts from 5O cents A Full Line of Overalls from 4O NEW YORK CLOTHING OETTINGER Door to German Have Just Received an Elegant Line of LIGHT SUMMER WHITE VESTS and I Which we arc Selling at Prices that DEFY COMPETITION ct Ulce of Straw Hats from Five cents are not Connected with any other clothing Oettinger GALENA STREET larness Shop Tin solo Agent for the Celebrated EUREKA and Carriage very best in tho bo Also u full line of Whips A big atock of and Machine Ju largest Block of and Valises to bo found in tho Goods and e Purchasing 49moO YOU CANT DO BETTER Than Patronise Ye Nickel Merchant Vor tho next 30 days you can buy of uu A 00 11 Ibs Good 0 00 5 Iba Host Green 00 C Ibs Good Green 1 00 12 Ibs Choicest 1 00 13 Iba Dried 1 00 13 Ibs Turkey 1 00 13 Iba English 1 00 2 Ibs Good 1 00 Our Very Best per Syrup most white per 00 Good per CO 20 Dan The 00 Yankee Doodle 1luo Out 80 Old Fort Dearborn 1lug 76 Our Honest none 10 Soda or as good ns Babbitts or auy 3 packages for 25 Canned Goods at Lowest Strictly Pure Spices always on Our Tea and Coffee trade is on which shows that wo aro treating our customers The Nimble Nickel Soap la the loud of all other Five Cout mid wo recommend it an being the best we over sold at Go a It U strictly and doua tho boat of work i IKe aro to eoll and do a good busi and are contented with email Good Goods at Low la our and wo believe wo cau make It to tho interest of auy ODD to give us their When in need of goods 33mO o us a New Store New Stock Emmert WHOLESALE AND RETAIL and Dealers WHITE American and French Zinc Paints Mixed all ready for immediate Vene tian French Me fine Carriage col ors all Furniture and Carriage White Wash and artists brushes of all Window Glass and Pure Haw and Soiled PURE SPERM Pure Oil mid different varieties of fine Machine will ft to your interest to get their prices and their EMMERT The largest Stock and the assort ment ever offered in the JONES lias just returned from the East with a Full Line of at prices that surprise and delight his Ladies and Gents Leather 90o 09 to Cainp hard 99c Express hard 09o Doll 99o J Whalebone 99o 4 Inch Solid Walnut 99o Sewing Stand and 09o Dont forget to look at our EVERYTHING IN SILVER AT THE j 99 STORE Roeers Best Triple Plated Knives per GO TO Beyers Popular Carpet For Bargains ia CA IT MATS AND We have received a large Stock of these Roods for Spring trade ull of tho teat grades and choicest patterns to bo found iu the fr Also a full Hue of Coverlets and L JONATHAN BOYERl 139 tho 431113 Herman Successor to The Oldest Largest Saddlery and Harness Shop In 88 Manufacturer of and Dealer fit and o very thing appertaining to tho Light and Heavy Harness muda from tho boat of Oak Always haw a full and Persons will flud It to their in to rust to all on mo before us I aa to quality and workmanship In every 33yl Commercial taught at 08AN Tr end for Circu ill H H H H m m H H m m H H Sol 01 n o B p s s o o O en TS cr s 3 o sg p 5 o 3 8 o i M c So gab O O B SS 5r S 3 O H o eL SQ SJ US o il 00 m CO m CO 8 g c S g SB il li B g 1 01 co w a to IS Si s IS S a n a g S 3 B D Brady was no and yet ho rind stage route laid for himself and was th biggest kind of an A Nashville Cohen bought a Unite States silver dollar of for he paid 8150There aro only eigh United States dollars of that date known The British Museum has one for they paid There is one on in tho Philadelphia Th coin bought by Cohen has a flyin with thirteen and on th reverse side tbo Goddess of Libert head with flowing and is in excel lent state of He wil take it East with him where h will sell it at a hansome Lincolns freedom from Tht Stile To show that Abraham was not a man of I would stati in this connection that one of his fira acts after his first election to tho Presi dency was to appoint Norman Judd of as Minister to Judd was one of tho Trumbull co erie who had persisted in the opposition o Lincoln for tho United States A few mouths prior to meeting of the Republican National Convention of Judd an aspir tho Governorship at my in Hook while on un electioneering in the course of asked Name your man for tho Presidential ion at I promptly replied Abraham in a Deoring said I am nol oil mo your honest Abraham Ho quickly re ponded lam astonished that hould think of his nomination when wp mvo firstclass statesmen in our party ike Lyman Salmon and John The appointment of Judd was opposed by Lincolns most intimate Jesse Dubois and occasion in Springfield when hard pressed y his personal who brought arguments to bear against Judda Lincoln replied I cannot understand this opposition to Tudds It seems to me a favorite expression done more for the success of our party than any man in the and ho is certainly ho best organizer wo Unlike lis most intimate tho great resident cared not for the fact that Judd placed no high estimate on his Lincolns ability The New Cabinet From the New York Tho Presbyterian congregation of had lor several years yearned for an The small ruelo deon which was used to accompany the singing of tho choir was not only squeaky and excessively out of but it was the subject of Methodist de and the Presbyterians could not help feeling ashamed of A tremen dous effort was finally mado to raise tho necessary funds for tho purchase of a real There was a a a stereoscopic a New England kitchen and a series of of un usual attractiveness and there was great exultation among tho when it was found that tho not com profits of these various religious ceremonies amounted to This made the purchase of tho organ entirely and the on tho follow ing mado a feeling allusion to the prospect that thu envious and wicked opponents of the gospel would soon bo made to bang their heads with shame as they listened to tho grand tones of the First Presbyterian When tho members of the congrega tion began to discuss tho question what kind of organ should bo Elder Simpson took occasion to tho whole race o Ho pointed out that ever sinco tho introduction of the into the choir the organist had been a fruitful source of Either ho was an earnest iu which ease ho constantly quarreled with tho soprano and insulted the or Lo was a careless worldling who played snatches of whenever ho had an and thus the sanctity of the mooting Tho elder admitted that a musical instru ment of some bind was very and he felt strongly on tho of the Methodist gibes at the inability of tho Presbyterians to buy an he said that inasmuch as an organ could not be bad without an he doubted whether it was not a duty to deny themselves any musical instru ment This speech gave tiso to a heated de which might havo had tho most painful consequences had not the pastor happily suggested a Ho his flook that a organ could be purchased which would play two dozen tunes without an organ ist after being once wound Snob organs were in so he was in several concert saloons in Now and ho saw no reason why one of them should not bn consecrated to the use of tho This proposal met with great and a committee wai ap pointed to have an automatic organ built to and to select the to be played by In the course of the nest six months the DOW organ arrived and was aot lip in its It was constructed HO ai to play twentytwo of the best psalm and the a riear to fairs and other had instructed tho maker to fit it with two secular a Strauss ind tho galop from Tho arrival of tho instrument created 5rcat deal of excitement in the and on tho following Sunday hundreds of Methodists and worldly people wont o the Presbyterian meeting house to isten to tho now It had been understood that tho man agement of an automatic organ was a 7ory simple and as a printed oode instructions was forwarded to tho by tho it was sup that no would bo found n inducing the instrument to play whatever tuno might bo Tho after the matter was explained o said that ho would work the and accordingly ho took hia by tho ready to touch tho pring that would sot it in oon as tho minister should give out a The first hymn given out was 0 be sung to tho tuno of and tho moment the min ster had finished reading the organ struck up tho and tho choir with great Everybody with the por of the organ except tho visit ng who could find nothing vith which to find how the hymn was the organ did not It kept on and played wo more much to tho delight of ho Methodists and tho chagrin of tho When it finally got through with and tho minister and Let us was about to begin a long the rgan unexpectedly burst out with no possibility f making any headway with tho prayer u opposition to tho and the min realizing that sat down and for tho sexton to stop tho ma Tho unhappy man tried every means in his but ho had forgot en tho location of tho proper nd tho organ played on until it had one through with Windsor six times to the groat relief of t momentarily Again the minister Let s as ho was inter by tho dreadful which ogan to play with every gn of exulting in its own ix verses of that tuno wero listened to anxious while the visibly ud ono of remarking in an lo tone that ho did not propose to a concert on took hii went The organ went on ono tuno to Every time 1 stopped between two successive tunes 10 minister vainly tried to get his but every time ho was beaten nd forced to Tho committee ont to tho organ loft and tried to stifle ho diabolical organ with but could overcome its cleat At last its stock of religious melodies was and it began to lay the Tho struck with horror at lis shut up his Bible with a oud shouting a benediction t the top of his dismissed the They passed put of the to the strains of and hile they wero yet on tho threshold le organ began tho dance music from This was rooro than the minister could Ho seized an axe a neighboring wood rushed to 10 and with a law blows stretched 10 automatic torgan a voiceless ruin The committee it u remove to other and will probably be years before a Pros will venture to moot a Metho ist in the street endure the calm mile and the sarcastic questions of the alter as to tho condition of tho Fint Presbyterian OC Merchant Business Suits from Dress Suits fro xr up Pantaloon Patterns in great exclusive Merchant Tailors in the
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