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Racine Daily Argus (Newspaper) - September 17, 1880, Racine, Wisconsin J 144 MAIN STREET J E AND IN Watches Clocks Spectacles Etc Racine Silver Plate Goods sold at Factory LIVERY STABLE UK North Side livery Stable and Double Carriages let at ble rates Buss furnished for Mid vate Parties Stable Corner North sin and Hamilton streets F DRUGGIST HARBRIDGE JOHNSON THRONSON tte place lo set ull of a low price Call and nee be- fore buying elsewhere Professional Undertaking stock Medium ami Common and on Ice Un- Chairs desired 124 MAIN COMEK BOOTS AND SHOES O in Boots Shoes Rubbers And Shoe Furnishing Goods Custom Work a Specialty No 18 Street Druggist and Chemist MAIN RACINE MANUFACTURING Confectioner and Baker 142 MAIN DAYS Closing Out Sale DECORATED CHAMBER SETS And Table Now U the time lo save money as low as the market affords the plice KTO 141 Masonic A O BURCH foyers of Dry Goods wish to save a little y on goods will get the very owest every article old this month to enable me o make room for a fine fresh tock of Fall Goods o arrive JOS SCHROEDER QO TO Winslow Brownson ATTORNEYS AT LAW RACINE No 3 Sixth Street Original Preparations nnd Fine COAL Of Best Quality and ly screened and delivered in THE RACINE DAILY ARGUS is every evening Sunday excepted at cine Wisconsin carrier per week 15 cents by tlie month 50 cents Advertising rates macie known on at the publication office in the lois on Main street Connected with the ARCUS is a finely Job Office with all the late styles of type Orders for work in this department will be promptly filled at reasonable rates f any part of the city BV F Hilgen Co hen STORE We make a specially of dealing in all kinds of Vegetables and Fruits at the Lowest Market Prices GRAPES APPLES ETC Groceries Provisions OF ALL KINDS Discount any Ull bought in Chicago 132 Main Street I S A s RITCHIE A specialty Attorneys at Law Manufacturers national Bank Fifth Street Racine FEED DAVID LAWTON Dealer in Flour Feed Grain Seeds Of All Kinds Also Fire Brick Drain Tile Fire Cement Stucco and building rials sill kinds Carriages and The 1 Fair Will be held for SIX FULL Beginning Monday Sept and D ing Saturday Oct 2 in Premiums and Purses V splendid exhibition of cattle horses sheep swine and poultry already assured In some of these departments tlie number and quality of tho exhibits will exceed those of any other lair in the Northwest TRIALS OF SPEED during each of the last four days THREE on Friday one tor 5 miles one for 3 miles and one for one mile MBJ Chicago Band furnish the music Prof Dare the great gymnast will give daily exhibitions on the tight rope The people of Racine and of Racine county are invited not only tube ent but also to compete for premiums Brin your stock machinery other of the home tlie shop and the farm Reduced rates on the Railroads Only from Racine to and return returned FREE For Premium Lists or information ad- C A- PARTRIDGE Secretary National Democratic Ticket For President WINFIELD S HANCOCK Ot For Vice President WILLIAM H ENGLISH Of Indiana Milwaukee D Fruit 3rd Campbell 1 layette Milwaukee Mh 00 ii Komi ihi Due Till D gUi Democratic Platform The Democrat Slaten In con- Tention 1 Wo ourselves aneTT to a con- tt tl ill doctrines anil traditions 01 me to centralization ami to that For Member of Fust CLINTON BABBITT DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator On MEACHEM TAMES BUSH Fur Treasurer FRANCIS For Clerk WILLIAM HYDE of Deeds JOHN BOWEX District Attorney E MERTON For Surveyor 0 M MONTGOMERY For Coroner PLATER J C SCHMIDT 1 Billiard Pool Room Dealer in First Class Liquors Main Street Lunch Every Day E T BILLINGS NAILS Tinware and Housekeeping Articles BARKER'S Patent Chimney Top SHAW BRO RACINE WIS A of Parlor LIME AND STONE Fox Sons Would to the citizens of that they lire now prepared to furnish Building Stone and Lime in any quantity to any of the city or at the quarry near tho A share public is fully 100 rudu below the Rapids Ordern by mail will prompt Andrew of eU aud common schools 4 Homo role money anil silver nml paper foln on demand tlie tlie and national ana military to the civil and a ana thorough ro- S I uc i of thr United Ei la I it ilio of o only Ita o 10 the with troops ami i tv ill 0 intimidate ind the I ot e io IP corrupt and Tlie of trial tlie the Liberty of tUc the Freedom of Speech Natural and of Properly be preserved from Oon Nov 29 AND Opposite Post Office Racine Wisconsin T PHOTOGRAPHER First Class Scenery the Best in the State SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Especially in Large Work ios Coal Stoves AND Goal and Wood Cooking Stoves First Class Workmen ed to do and Furnaces course of i i In aei vleo t crime ami u re- make forever by by upon or the of two tates fte candidate the polU lo be for act i Vide under K ont at of F L CLIFFORD DEN m TIST Corner Market Square Sixth block Ui ion o v J not to lie's fur the to lie in H ot cot n i lin from which he win E WERNER Merchant Tailor MAIN STREET set to order and guaranteed gKJ and bent fll In the city 13 to heat in a satisfactory man- ner hii wisdom ami ri Ly ilia ol the ami him that lie Into the lie hus wlM iiy or h ol hU his for and tho land no of niont tremy to per lor anil foreign mid tin money ami Ilia ri for Ino I tho oC labor alike llw and the honesty and thrift of a the MO a upon the continuation ol honor ami all upon thn of such In the of til n mlf ana ii of THE Soldier Statesman Gen Bragg on his return to Fond du Lac on day of last week was met at the depot by the young men's Hancock and lish club and several prominent crats in carriages and escorted by the Northwestern hand to the headquarters of the democratic club Here a crowd at once gathered and began to call loudly for a speech To keep the quiet lor a few minutes the band rendered a selection or two and then amid rousing cheers Gen Bragg step- ped upon a chair in the doorway of the club room and said My Friends and Neighbors and Members of the Young Men's cratic Club T can say to you that I have ridden in the presence of battle when my heart has beat quick and my blood run hot at hearing the proud zas as testimonials of confidence in me from thousands of brave men whose live were in my hands to use in tho de- fense of the flag country and I thought then that the cup of iny pride and happiness was filled to overflowing but 1 find to-night when I am corned by you upon my return at the close of a preliminary political and receive this reception at the hands of my friends and neighbors that I am capable of the enjoyment of greater gratification than I have ever before felt To our young men especially to whom I am indebted for this honor let me say that in the commencement of a campaign and in the commencement of your political lives it is the utmost importance for you and for the country that your opinions are formed correctly in the outset for no saying was ever truer than As the twig is bent so is the tree To the young men upon whom tho future of our great by whom the principles of civil are to be maintained or by whose neglect of duty they are to be forever lost it is of the utmost importance to see that you are gathered together upon the right side said when he ad- dressed his little army as he put it in line upon tlie plains of Italy preceding the victory at Marongo I would that the results of this day were such that in all time no man could have a I er thing said of him as he passed the straet than than there goes a man who belonged to the army of Italy And so I can say to these young men who arc about to cast their first vote and are entering upon the ment of political carrer in life that they who now east their vote for the soldier the patriot and Winfield Seott Hancock the next ident of the United States will in all future time until they grow old are gathered to their fathers be proud of the fact that their first vote was cast for the soldier for the statesman for the perpetuation of the principles of civil liberty upon which our government in of the sword to civil power the protection of civil rights to all no matter from what class they spring to every race from every clime from every country Loud plause and cheers Another Convert RICHMOND Sept 13 1880 The Southern Intelligencer a lican organ published here and edited by Col John R Popham Clerk of the States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to-day appears with the Hancock electoral ticket of the at the head of its columns The editor in a leaded article of two columns states that the Republicans are neither trals nor cowards that they are simply powerless before the odds that stand ready to overwhelm them and that whoever says there is the least chance of carrying the state for Garfield is a fool or after the manner of a political knave is playing on the credulity and ignorance of an unthinking people He further says There may be Republicans who by some mysterious influence have been chained roped or screwed on to this inanimate thing called the Garfield et but we are not of that kind and propose to serve the Republican party in a more practical sensible and ent way Truth needs no flowers o speech and we have told it naked asi is Delusions strong as hell have been set afloat by the politicians here to mislead the outside world as to the prospects and chances of the situation in this state but the unvarnished story as to all these will be found we humb ly believe in what we have now writ ten Mr Blaine in a telegram to friend Mr The four preceding tho election we loi over 3 bv well known to in managers of the Democratic which do not cali for further spec from me The total coat variou ly estimated at from to the money nil came Irom beyond the Sued were never before i Maine This is indeed sad Of course th republicans didn't use any money i Maine They wouldn't think of it A the assessments made 0.1 soldier widows in the Treasury and upon and office clerks throughout the are for the purpose of furnishing voters of Maine Connecticut York Indiana and with testaments t HOK Thos A Hendricks has going to Ohio Indiana like Italy take care of and blc voters of Ohio will be invited Mr Hendricks to consider how this government can be expected to fill fill the objects for which it was if a man who manipulated evidence ii Louisiana to reverse what he knew t be the verdict of the people at the poll can be rewarded for his treason to institutions by the Presidency of United States J
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