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Racine Daily Argus (Newspaper) - September 10, 1880, Racine, Wisconsin Vol I Racine Wis Friday Evening September 144 MAIN FURNITURE JOHNSON ilit to not all of TJ Ifc E I IL low and nee thom bo- Watches Clocks Spectacles Etc j I of vim Medium and Common j OU Un- Silver at i Kic T JR DRY GOODS Prices 124 MAIN STREET CORNER 4th STREET SI A BOOTH ANB SHOKS North Side Livery Stable j Boots Shoes Rubbers And Shoe Furnishing Goods at rates puss for and Work ft Specialty vale Parties StaUc orner North sin and Hamilton Xo 13 Street Buyers of Dry Goods who wish to save a little ey on goods will get the very lowest prices on every article sold this month to enable me to make room for a fine fresh COAL Of Best Quality and Goods y and delivered in mid CROCKERY FOR SIXTY DAYS Out Sale F Druggist and CHAM j Now is time to save money Groceries as low as die market the place I 141 r A O BURCH c c o to arrive JOS SCHROEDER any part of the city GROCERIES and Baker MAIN RACINE WIS ATTORNEYS Winslow Brownson Pure Drugs F Hilgen Co BRANCH STORE We make a specially of dealing in all kinds of Vegetables and Fruits at the Lowest Prices PEARS PEACHES GO TO ATTORNEYS AT No 3 Sixth Street GRAPES APPLES ETC Groceries Provisions OF ALL KINDS Guarantee to Discount any bought in Chicago 132 Main Street Publishers THE RACINE DAILY ARGUS evening Sunday at cine Wisconsin carrier per week 15 cents by the month 50 cents Advertising rates made known on at the publication office in the lois on Main street Connected with the ARC us is a finely ped job Office with all the late styles of type Orders for work in this department will be promptly filled at reasonable rates mm mlg BY E A RACINE I Preparations and Pine Chemical Products s i A s A specialty Attorneys at Street DAVID LAWTON i Flour Feed Grain Seeds j Of All Kinds I JN Fire Drain Kin i and i rials Carriages and Agricultural Implements National Democratic Ticket For S HANCOCK Of For WILLIAM H ENGLISH Of At lohn Fruit Campbell Lii Ore H flu Dae D brown Jolin D D Murphy Tinware Articles J C SCHMIDT I Parlor Billiard Pool Room j Dealer in Class Liquors 10.1 AND Every Dny E T BILLINGS Goal Stoves AND o i Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves i First Class Workmen i ed to do Tinwork T First Class the Host in the SATISFACTION GUARANTEED set to order and guaranteed Especially in Large to heat in a satisfactory man- ios STREET ner i BARKER'S Patent Chimney Jop SHAW BACINE WJS The Jury tlie the Hberty of the tlie freedom of the Natural or and the of be frora Gun Mov ISOt AND STONK Conrad Fox Sons to thri oC Racing they ire now prepared to Building Stone and Lime in any desired delivered to any port of the city or at the quarry tlic A fully rorin bolow the bridge by mail will receive prompt attention Andrews C FOX SON Box 302 DENTIST F L CLIFFORD Corner 3 TAJ Merchant Tailor MAIN A tine mock of lect from Clans Work and best fit In the city anteed -18 Democratic County Convention A County for county of Racine will Ije held at Burlington oa TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14th 1880 nt ten o'clock n m for the ot tor County officers to Ijc supported at the ensuing election and the transaction of such other us before the convention town and ward in the county will be entitled to five delegates BY COM of Indiana in his speech at Indianapolis wherein he repeated the charges heretofore by him Gen Garfield that the connection latter with the Electoral Commission was a dis- honest und dishonorable one made use of the following forcible In the eternal providence of Righteous God no man engaged in that infamous work Electoral would ever be the ple to the place once occupied by ington GOOD Prom tho Mr in a speech at I on Monday last charged that Garfield participated in manipulating evidence in IT was ever of Michigan hud with S 3 Cox in the delight of the puritanical and element of the and preparing the election case for i n has oi sell Returning that upon v the evidence that he and others thus prepared his political the Board made a return against the men that brethren had by when shadow came over his plunder The evidence is so strong that he bus placed his resignation the the campaign committee As this is a matter entirely Re- publicans we are entirely disinterested But there ought to be honor among thieves probably belongs I breed were elected and for the men that were not elected and that Garfield subsequently sat asm juror upon the case which took a hand in Hendricks proved his statement from own testimony before a Congressional committee comes John Sherman in a speed at and endeavors to break the force of Mr Hendrick's charge He does not ever deny it but charges that the vote of Louisiana was a fraudulent one and that Gen Garfield merely helped to expose the frauds But this is in reality begging the whole t lion for admitting that the Democratic vote I republicans of Milwaukee in was a fraudulent was not Tight or limitation of a Curtain people 1900 proper or just or legal that Mr Garfield should first procure and manipulate the mony in the case in order to prove that the vote was fraudulent and secondly pass upon that manipulated testimony himself fact is Mr Garfield by his action ir Louisiana was precluded from being even a witness less a judge or juror in tlie case Besides if years ago have two thieves across the street on approach to Grand Avenue Bridge the who wish to look on him saved will find him across tlie the west approach to bridge has by the Democratic vote of Louisiana was j the him shall dory lent how was it thit the Governor whose I and lionor and power be given And vote was some or that received by the Electors was to take his seat while the the dcn Electors was thrown Was Mr field to condone the fraudulent vote in the case of the Democratic Governor iana but not in the case of the Democratic he shall rule unions the buke ed earful ted thus I A dvinjj.rebel picket crawled up to Gen Garfield in the a candidate for the Or did he thro j a bargain with the Louisiana lor a give them tlie fraud they allowed him to give Hayes the Presidency i U l by Or was the Democratic Electoral ticket as honestly elected as the Democratic Gubernatorial The fact Ls in cver point of view the question is examined it will be found rhat Mr in a a fraud upon the people of Louisiana or upon the people of the United subsequently he was so less of every principle of equity and law as well as of honor between man and man as tu sit upon the case which he originally to fraudulently make is considerable meat in the above for our republican friends to chew THE the Garfield clubs that are by Morrison of Chicago with On the to place Shields on the ed listol the bribe taker to the Irish vote A republican paper in Massachusetts The truth is that Garfield's election would result in a THE Racine Journal is in mortal fear that in case of Hancock's election to the presidency the government will have to pay the for the slaves they before the war Upon this point the New York Nation the following well-timed bul richly castic words The is a field payer but it evidently don't take its readers for a paci of old story about the payment for tbe slaves emancipated by the war and ol the man in Georgia and several wen in other States who have filed lists oi the slaves so emancipated nt tlie ty clerk's office with a view to ing the value when tbe Democrats conic into power has come up again this week This is probably oldest story now in use and dering tne service it has rendered it looks remarkably bright and The estimated value of the slaves at an average of a head is which is to be raised in case ol Hancock's election either by loan or taxation The best we can hope for is that the Democrats will not raise it all by tion in one year Common humanity suggests should borrow a part of it We ought to add that Democrats will pay none of it selves It will be raised exclusively from Republicans and only in the Northern States This fact which has not yst been mentioned is important It accounts for eagerness cci pay forthe slaves which voters now try in vain to conceal share if they and decent would be and if they had to meet it the might whistle for the money but plan of putting all on to the j quite to be well pleased with the outlook It looks ter to him now than it will lifter the 2d of nest WHEN Garfield had change of I to sell his influence to Boss Shepherd's and Head To-morrow Murk Randall a brakeman on au Erie train with Conductor D King ut 4 o'clock morning waa the head by tbe high on tun grade just west of A brother of time to have saved him bud he instantly dropped Instead of that he ran a little and then to see how near he was to the Dridge Tbe who had warned liim hurried forward and heid the body in position keeping it from falling umil the train Be was aud Dr burke was and pronounced injuries This was the man Eric No 12 from wrecked near winter The with two engines was going up i Oxford of for- wurd cars was from the track by 1 wheel The at the op of find was very fast The num who was a ride tiie the ibt train stopped imd mi lent Ho a wife at county Pa and a tend IT which lip bad written to lior only a few the was iu pocket Iu it lie I think I can for you from if nothing happens This Ii is for hurting L sm us careful I be Only of it and wo will lio together Y Of ITie in the tives in tho lip- lii Wellington while the States will it estimates that tha eastern Statin will lose the other Northern State's will gain making c net gain or fourteen also and eaeb while tLo policy which would plunge the nation in difficulties as damaging to business interests as those which occurred Grant's last administration al if sues which adjusted would be and in the place of with its blessings have turmoil with its ring for at a cost 000 to the country ho No con- sideration ol economy stood -in but when the friends old pled Gen Shields a few dred dollars old an of two wars voted Congressional Record 3d session assigns tp States tu thu to Suites in: tbe 257 will bo only rirst and four nnd buo If t
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