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   Freeport Budget (Newspaper) - June 11, 1881, Freeport, Illinois                                FREEPORT BUDGET By ATKINS Knterea at the Post Office at UVeeport aa SecondClass The Great American CLOTHING HOUSE JUNE TERMS in Mens Suits for Worth Hens Suits for Worth Mens Extra Fine Dress Suits for worth These Suits arc Equal to the Beat Merchant Tailor Boys and Childrens Snits At such Astonishingly Low Prices Ant Will Astonish at the GREAT AMERICAN CLOTHING Court New Store New Stock OPENING OF SPEINGCLOTHING Emmert WHOLESALE AND ItETAlL and Dealers In WHITE Amerfcanand French Mixed all rcadii for Immediate Vene tian French Me falic fine 01 n all Furniture and Canlave far n I White and brimltcts of all Window Glass and Pure Haw and Jioiled showing the Finest Line of Millinery and Fancy Goods ever opened in Freeport by this wellknown Plaid Satin Marveillaux in nil Satins in all Satin De Straw Goods in every new shape on sale this PURE SPERM Pure Neatsfoot Oil tbo different varieties of flue Machine win flnd It to your Interest to get their prjces and examine their EMMERT 817932 We are the e now ready to show to tho citizens of Freeport Stephenson county e largest and Qnest Stock of Made CLOTHING erer displayed West of Notice our All Wool Suits at in all Shades and Scotch Ohevoit Suits from in 39 different English and French Worsted Dress in Black Brown and These Suits are equal to the Finest Merchant Tailor 1000 of strong heavy Pants only Boys and Childrens an Immense iolrt at surprisingly low Prices some Hoys Suits as low as Also ul nil and Complete Iwineoftuu Latest Styles of Which we will sell for onehalf he Colored Shirts from 25 cents White Shirts from SO cents A Full Lino of Overalls from NEW YORK CLOTHING OETTINGER Aext Door to German Have Just Received an Elegant Line of LIGHT SUMMER WHITE VESTS and Which uo are Soiling at Prices DEFY COMPETITION XXewe Xjizio of Straw Hats from Five cents r lle nre not Connected with other clothing Oettinger The largest Stock and the llntst assort ment ever offered in the JONES Has just returned from the East with a Full Line of at prices that surjirisc and delight his Ladies and Gents Leather 99o Bird J9 to Camp hard 99c Express hard Doll canopy 990 Whalebone 09c 4 Inch Solid Walnut 99o Sewing Slnnd and 99c Dont forget lo look at our 99c EVERYTHING IN SILVER AT TUB 99 STORE Roeers Best Triple Plated Knives per MILLINERY UEST is showing this season much richer lines of Flowers thnn uver Spanish Laces in White and Gold Black Bro taded and Plaid rich novelties in Colored Silks and Hats trimmed and You will miss it by not visiting our Millinery Department this season before purchas ing SILKS I SILKS I SILKS BEST is showing this season the finest line of Silks and Satins ever opened by this as compared with former Ladies wanting these goods will find them much cheaper than Elegant Black Gro Grain Silks at 1 and Black and Colored Satin a novelty of this Black Satins and Black Satin another and Colored Colored Come and see GO TO Boyers GALENA STREET Harness Shop I In Agent lor Hie Celebvateil EUREKA and Carriage 16 very hfut in tlio Cant bo AUoa nil Hue of Harness Whips f COMBS lllll A stock of Harness and Machine Just liirgwt mock of and Valises to lio founa In tho Wee tne purchasing elsewhere iOmoO YOU CANT DO BETTER Than Patronise Ye Iflmble Nickel Merchant For the next 30 days you can buy of us 10 Ibs ben A Sngiir 00 11 IbsOootl 1 00 fi Iba Heat GruLn Cofleo l 00 Gibs Good Green Coffee J 00 12 Ibd ChoiGtMt Iticu l 00 la lliu Dried Apples 1 00 13 Ibs Turkey 1runes 1 uO 13 Iba English 1 00 2 Ibs Good Tea 1 00 Our Very Boat per Ib 85 Heat Syrup most white pur gal GO Good per gul 50 20 Jiars Tho Kiiublu Nickel Soup l 00 Yank co Doodlo Fine Cut Ib 80 Uld Fort Dearborn 1lug 75 Our Honest none 10 Revolution Bodii or yu urnn toed as good ns Babbitts or any 3 packages for 25 Canned Goods at Lowest Strictly Pure Spices always on Our Tea and Coffee trade s on the which ebowa that wo are treating our customers about The Nimble Nickel Soap s taking the lend of all other Fivu mid wo recommend It us betiitf the best ttoap we ever sold at Be u It in strictly and does the beat of Uo are anxious to tiell and do u good busi and nro contented with small Good Goods Low Is our aud wo believe wo can mako it to tho interest of any ouu to give us their When iu need of goods plcaso glvo us a llespoct For Bargains lit 33 T MATS AND We barn received n largo Stock of these gooda for tho Spring trade till of tho best grades and choicest pattcrna to be found in tho Also a full lino of Coverlets and JONATHAN 130 Stepheuson tho Monument DRESS BEST is pluciog on sale at present tho finest line and best value in Black Cashmeres ever offered this peo Cashmeres at and We ask you to compare these Colored Cnsh mcreKpt 85 in every popular Fancy Dross Goods in Plaids and there arc no newer to be bad at 50 and 75 American dress goods in everr style of Plaids and Bro cades from 10 to 25 Call in and let us show them to Newspaper Opinions From tlio Portland Fran Sometimes the only to guin peace ia by fighting for Thats Garfields IVoin do Lancaster Nrw Em With Senator Cdukling on one and tnurc than four million voters ou the led on by the there was but ono outcome to the ncutlin From the Huston Herald Aii extorted indorsement will do Conkling no good at Washington or beforn the but it wimld be grateful to his wounded vanity and give him footing for further opposition to the and he secure it if it is within his From tho Itoatcm A wellknown public character hod just passed through tho initiatory cere monies of a secret aud the subiiuio moral teachings and in effable grandeur of tho flummery were fresh upon a friend whispered in his ear I you are as big a ioolas any of us aint you From tho Iloclwstiir mill The party goes right sur vived the recreancy of Johnson and open tho subserviency of so it will survive the defection of They who base their hopes of its doleiu and disintegration upon recent Events at reckon withouttheir From tliu Troy Tlinus Conkling There is no mistaking the drift of Ho publicao sentiment throughout the State as evidenced by numerous meetings and expressed through letters and dispatches received by members of the The party is determined to uphold the President so long as his official actions are in consonance with Republican Of these manifestations tho strongest come from tho most sturdily llepublican from the Troy Tiniej Conkling If Senators Conkling and Plttt de sired to continue their official why did they resign If reelected they will simply have restored to them that which they voluntarily for this is tho vory possibility threatens to become an T Cincinnati Gaioito In Virginia tho Rupiiblican party not been nblo to make n contest against the Domocratlo nor to protect Re publican Voters from iiitimidt tion and nor froui oppresmo designed to A party which is not able to make a po litical deserve praiso for its and pity ibr its but it is not adequttlo o practical Senators Malujuc and they wlio act with him have been able to make a contest against tbo Democratic They havo shown their resolve uud ability to protect They have declared their purpose to repeal the disfranchis ing Which would be most ra tional for tho Virginia to keep themselves separate and impotent as and have to themselves tho National or to form a union thtt will curry the State and let the Nm tional offices go with it Which would be most rational for the Administration and best for tho Republican party of the Nation Tbo protests that come to Washington from Virginia against any combination with the Mahone need to bo scrutinized to findwhether they represent it party organization pablo of at and able to make a contest as a it is the duty of Administration to in quire whether it can not reinforce this party so as to lift it out of its Pianos Organs d of FinrtOlastf milked of Five of VlntClu I guarantee to save you miMaylCyou wtoli to iv musical 1loaao call and examine uton boforo BENTLEY H next door to Glyl Commercial taught ut OJtAN DELLS ond for Byl GINGHAMS AND Gingbiims are unusually popular this season in broken The styles are very We are selling them at and 15 Lawns are being opened in elegant with side at 12J and 15 cents for new Our Print stock never has been second to any in this city for variety and good Wo will add about 200 new pieces this week New York styles DRY It is difficult to advertise the various departments in tho compass of un ordi nary Wo would like to have you come iu and look through our Cloakings and Table Linens 25o to Towels and Napkins from 10 to 45 cents Silk Fringes and Beaded Em Lace Lace goods of every Our stock this soa son is Our shawl stock is complete and em braces some special bargains in Paisley squares at and These goods havo been purchased much below market Wool shawls in fancy plaids and stripes at and Knickerbocker effects at and There is a decided change in Parasols this Brocaded Silks with scollops and including tho plainer sorgo Prices run and up to finer Why give up a and then forth with set to work to get it back it to invite bitterness and strife aiwl the disintegration oi the party It seems to us is DO good reason for such u nor is it good politics From tho Ilartfonl Cuuiuot Because the Senators from j have acted like whipped and sulky school boys is no reason why the publican party in New York or else where should forget its or in dulge in any potty retaliation in of spite on a level with the temper of tho Tho Legislature ot New York should not refuse to rcturri thpm in order to punish their foolish and whimsical or even ou party grounds ohastise them for wantonly throwing tho United States into the hands of the They should bo dropped holding theHdeus they enunciate in their letter of resigna they are unfit to represent1 any party in tnc Senate under our form of We have repeatedly said that Conklings attitude in with tho President is extraooqgtitu tional and ItU cepted by his the party fig1at tempting a usurpation and u judioal change in our From the Klchmmiil Stale Three years ago no man in Virginia felt thoslightest apprehension that tlio negro vote in this State could possibly become a power great enough to tjjrcuten the overthrow of our society and its Viiginia to tho tact that her white race so greatly exceeded the black is well as in wealth and that no possibility could ever arise of the eon trol of our political affairs passing out of our hands and into those of the negro Wo felt entirely and it was this very feeling of we that has brought us to the Verge of i danger wo did uot dream offor it has bred faction and caused making a broach small at first has widened until now there is real No one among us even dreamed that any considerable portion of our native white people would over become jetful of the ties of blood that bold together as to bo willing to join with tho negro minority in State and make that minority tbo ihoreby through their treason subjugat ng their own proud race to tho domina tion of an degraded and ignor mt until bad been leld aa their But 30 it is The Massachusetts people seem to be Inclined to adopt some rational method for curtailing tho sale and use of intox icating after experimenting with almost every scheme uf prohibi tion that has been suggested during the past fifty There is a growing feeling there and everywhere that no scheme that is in direct conflict with the wishes and will of the majority of the people in any community can suc and they admit that the consent of tho governed is neeensury in all cases to the proper and thorough execution of tho Under tho old license system all that was necessary to start a saloon was to purchasetho which could generally easily be obtained by any one who could furnish the necessary Amount of In this way some very mean men engaged in tho and when started and legalized by the possession ofa they wore found to be nui sances very hard to Now thoj propose to amend this old but often vicious system of granting a license to whomsoever applied and paiil for by enacting a law which requires tho ques tion to submitted to a vote of the electors in the preeinot where the li censed party proposes to do whether ho shall be allowed to sell or It is practical localoption in every tho adoption of the squatter sovereignty principles as applied to and it ought to work It at least will give the sanction of tho whole com or a majority of the majority must rule in this the and keep it more respect able and orderly than it is ut present Tho new departure should have a fair Lincoln And Father From Ike loam filiifu Respect and reverence for old ago ww one of Lincolns marked as was strikingly shown in an incident which occurred ou the route from to Washington before tho ceremonial of his first The sullen roar of civil war was in the and a spirit of appre hension and doubt possessed all grades of aa was made munifest iu the vast crowds that assembled everywhere along the line to cither greet the pres ident with enthusiastic cheers or mut ter iMd thrtats of denunciation and In the progress of tho journey the party had reached one of the larger cit ies of Southern and while standing on the platform of the discovered an old white haired whoso form at ono time had been of herculean but then bent and vainly making an effort to approach It mattered not to Lin coln that his audience were spoilbound with tho weight of his argument and thrilled with tho appeal made to their patriotism and For aa if alone before him atood the almost a century Father his assistance and so witbm few neatly turned and appropriate words ho passed rapidly through tho and placing the old mans arm within his retraced his steps to his former STINE Business Suits from Dress Suits from up Pantaloon Patterns in great The only exclusive Merchant Tailors in tbe   

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