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Freeport Republican (Newspaper) - December 3, 1881, Freeport, Illinois Kntered at the Post Office at Freeport as SecondClass TERMS in Advance DECEMBER SELLING OUT NEW YORK CLOTHING STINES Having decided to cngngo In other T ofTor my entire FOB BOYS AND A S T H O O S T OVERCOATS will be Hold Froai to less than they sold three days Suits for Boys and of all at such Prices as will astonish you NOTICE OUR SLAUGHTERING IN PRICES Overcoats from Fine Dress Suits from Metis All Wool Suits from up Childrens Suits 81 75 Underwear 45c Bluo Flannel Shirts Overalls 30c Best DoubleSeated While and Colored Dress Shirts Hats and onehalf Neckwear nt your own Paper collars Come soon us the Kntlre Stock Must Sold within GO COUNTBY MEIICHANTS AKE ESPECIALLY Hew Store New Stock Emmert WHOLESALE AND and Dealers In WHITE American and French Zinc Paints Mixed all ready for immediate Vene tian French Me talic fine Carriage col ors all Furniture and White Wash and artists brushes of all Window Glass and Pure Haw and Soiled Too Easy For Us We arc not advertising to sell out at to deceive the people or to entice them into our but we are selling an ELEGANT LINE OF CLOTHING at LOW We have one room devoted to the exhibition of our OVERCOAT STOCK and all of these Goods are fresh from the Our Mens Department in Fall and Winter Suits is unusually Our Boys De partment is a Mammoth Stock in and contains more original Designs than all the other Clothing Stores in Freeport Our Furnishing Goods Department contains an Immense Line of and we guarantee you a sav ing of from 25 TO OO FUjJrL on Our Cap and Glove Department is also full and ftgfA glance at our Stock of Goods will convince intelligent buyers that we do exactly what we claim in every department throughout the PURE SPERM Pure Neatsfoot Oil and the different varieties of fine Machine 43You will find it to yourinterest to get their prices and examine their 847932 EMMERT AND OETTINGER No 92 Tarbox Next Door to German AlBo Entrance on Chicago 10md SELLING OUT TO CLOSE GREAT AMERICAN SLOTHING HOUSE Presents of all kinds AT THE 99 Feeling that the people of Fieeport and vicinity would appreciate a Full Line of the Latest Novelties in TOYS I have succeeded in securing the Finest Assortment ever offered in this No old Attrac tive We keep everything ever found in a variety Bird Cages a at rock bottom A full stock of Express the best hard wood in the at 99 Frames of all Knives and Ra The best i Bone Whips 99 Dolls Just Received Remember we cannot be Call early and examine and compare Cordially TIMMSi Parties wishing my services cun leave orders ut the HKPUIILICAN where a liat of appoint ments will be All orders iittonded to Terms 23tf Yellow Has decided to engage in other and their entire stock of Clothing for Boys and Children will be sold at Overcoats will be sold from to less than they were sold five days BSTNotice our daughter in Prices Overcoats froin up line Dress Suits from Mens all wool suits from Boya suite Childrens suits Come soon as the entire stock must be Bold within 30 days at the GREAT AMERICAN CLOTHING JUSTICE OF THE done as Office over Fitchs Stephenson CO CO H 5 o 03 S M fin 2 pr 65 2 a B 3 s o to 5 w B 2 5 g a Q sr S27 s a t Q n J2 is i 5 M 5 g go 3 to I if 9 re o B O 5 B a B g 4 A 8a 2 45 S 9 B fa 00 Q Herman Suucussor to The Oldest and eg Opposite the Court 18m3 Fashionable liugur wishes to unnouDcn thftt will keep wiistim tly on tho Inteit sty leu of the wont ronli onablo In this Slio utso MIB valuable service of Hiss Sophia U a pruoticle artist In tier Prices will Ipw ua uiiy othorhoiwe iu tliu city to Saved Every Time OH Prices to Saved Every Time ou of i 61yl Saddlery and Harness Shop In 88 Stuiihcuson Manufacturer of and Doalor lu appertaining to 1 10 llKhtand Hoavy uuido Irow the of Oak Tanned Always hand it full com pco Iersonswill find it to thfir Inturest to cull on me before us I guarantee satWac auality uvorjr l 5 V CO ra C5 w a Ki g 00 581 S B 5 R 3 s o 2 5 o o 1 re n 5 a 2 Mbo Nuvod For nearly six years my daughter was most of the time on a sickbed from kidney and other disorders peculiar to We und used up our savings on doctors and prescriptions without any Our dominie advised us to try Ptukers Ginger ami four bottles dlected a marvelous As it has bceu our only medicine and a dol lars worth has kept our family well over a wo have been to lay by a little money again for a rainy A Poor ManB 03 IIBl rr o 33 o B B rt O P 3 B 55 g o to tS If O Cxi o O A HOME let us pull Ilio curtain Ami lay the work And guthcr up the Youvo Bcnttcrwl fitrnmt wide And plncn tho lump upon the Ileslilo tlip grail arm And lirlng thu lust Rood And do it all with Now lienp the coal upon tlio llu lovoa cheerful Sot liow tho Humes ilnncn Anil luitp up liigh und higher Now placo slippers on tho And got Ills gown For pnpii will Intlrod und cold WJion lie comoi buck from let mo liatlio your glowing And make your hiilr look And put your hrlght pink apron now youre clean and sweet Now sit down on tho llttlo bench That grandpa see How still youll bo whllo good lunmain Joes to lay tlio cloth for The teakettle sends forth ita Tho biscuits are io light I wluli hed It seems to mo Uni rather tonight I Hark 1 wasnt that our gate that clicked Uiirrnhl shouts little And oro Ive lime to toll him liei bounded oer tho And pnpag cornel ho shouts And up for a kiss And pupas tun 1 papas tilinl Kchoca his little OhI happy group Hint live tind love Within that humble cot v Many who dwell iu Might ear them their What Lincoln Said to Joshua Denver Tribune Interview with Ward Joshua Speed was one of Lincolns oldest und most confidential friends in his younger and their friendship continued through all After the capitulation of General Lees Speed came from hia home in to visit tnd while in Washington was invited to an informal meeting of the The question of the disposition of Jefferson Davis and other prominent Confederates after they should be captured was each member of the Cabinet giving hia opin most of them for hanging the trai or some severe Lincoln said Finally addressing the said you have invited me and this seems to be u free I have heard the opinion of your ministers and would like to hear replied that reminds me of a When I was a boy in Indiana I went to a neighbors house one morning and found a boy of my own size holding a coon by a I asked him what he had and what he was He says It is a Dad cotch sis last and killed all but this poor little Dad told me to hold him until he came and Im afraid hes going to kill this And Abe I do wish he would why dont you let him loose That would not be if I let him dad would give me hell if he would get away it would be all said if Jeff Davis and those other fellows will only get it will be all but if we should catch and I should let them dad would give mo All animals are neat by the which has been unjustly es teemed the very typo ot We can think of no animal that does not look neat when in its free normal Even the toad that makes its house in the when he comes forth Irom his hiding placo looks as slick as a new and not a particle of dirt sticks to the though ho plows in the mud for a The woodchuek burrows in tho though he has no wash comb or who over saw one dirty or hair disheveled The whole feathered creation are as careful of their personal appearance and ns nice and tidy in their dress as a It is only in their abnormal condition tlat the inferior an imals look filthy and are filthy and here it is not their but their mis They are under tho dominion of subject to his which sometimes is and too seldom is considerate 1ith niirt It has got so now that the daily paper is gradually usurpingthe placo of the sewing circle as a disseminator of A drinking man was told by his siciati to hold his breath while he counted his but ho couldnt do His breath was too strong for la your father a Christian said gentleman to a little boy on one occa said the little boy hut I believe he lias not worked much at it An observer of human nature Hays If u man is quicktempered you had better go to the other side of the road until tho paroxysm U If he is sullen go to tho other side of the street and stay The Lord loveth a cheerful but theres no use chucking a copper cent into a contribution box load enough to make the folks en the back scat think the communion service has tumbled oil the A hardened our talk disturb you said one of a company of talkative ladies to an old gentleman sitting in a railroad station the other was the naive Ive been married nigh on to forty The intelligent compositor left out the letter d in a paragraph about a beautiful and informed the public that crows flocked to sec her wherever she How she did carrion when she read is the caw of the Springfield A man told his friend that he had joined the What regiment his friend I mean the army of the what church The was the thats not the its tho The lawyer who filed a shaved cut an split a made an got up a framed an impaneled a put them in a nailed a ham mered a and bored a whole court all in one has since laid down the law and turned A young lady having set her cap for a rather large specimen of the oppo site and having failed to win was telling her sorrows to a couple of her when one of them com forted her with these words Never mind Molly there are as good fish in the sea as ever were Molly knows replied her little brother but she wants a The churches will keep on until there wont bo any fun The Presbyte rians wont let people the Metho dists kick on smoking and and all tho churches prevent It will get so after a while that all we can do will be to join the and go in The Baptist will never go back on a fellows going iu Pecks My a little girl who is fond of writes one of our correspon was reproved the other day by her who is for taking the last Ker aunt said If there is any truth in the old that she who takes the last piece will be an old you will surely be She looked at her aunt a moment and Did you always take last aunty An old fellow whose daughter had failed to secure a position in consequence of not passing an examination said They asked her lots of things she didnt Look at tho history questions They asked her about things that poued before she was born How wu she going to know about them they asked her about old George Wash ington und other mon she never knew 1 ThAt was a pretty sortoi examination I1 Duxing lust Autumns shooting I aon w JSuglish familiar with happened to be a guest at South Long near New One fine while pacing he he law approaching an old negro having in one hand a riok etty flint look shotgun and in tho other I some twenty odd Accosting the the gentleman i 11 t H 8 e tn 9 felfr They had lots of issues in tho State of New York at the last and it is no wonder thut the people g6t excited upd polled a There was the revolt in the Democratic Tammany Hull and Irving Hall the good that s a fane string or antipathy of both against the CoWy 1 you have dems good Committee of One Hundred the fight between Boss Kelly and Boss the AntiMonopoly prejudice and the freedom of tho On the Repub lican side there was the antiConkling bitterness the Mo Too littleness the third term heresy the Greenback delu sion and the Temperance A man must be hard to suit if be could hot select soujo one of these issues and onthuHe over you and no Pray my did you shoot them hereabout Vwjrti itbot all round pon wy thats v o ry extraovdinvjl And did to the oldgpn them with that meut one And way I ask if you sUot them OJ thewiug 8ahj shoot eoron to
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