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Racine Daily Argus (Newspaper) - September 10, 1880, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. I. Racine, Wis., Friday Evening, September 1O, 18-80.. 144 MAIN STKKKT. FURNITURE. JOHNSON THKONSON ilit pliice to not all kiridn of F-TJ PTIT TJ Ifc E I :U IL low price1. Onll- and nee thom bo- Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, Etc. j I siivk of vim' Medium and Common CankctH j :mt! ColHiiK OU luilld. Un- Kacinc Silver Pink- (Joi'tln at 1'actory i "i.-., Kic fnmlnhfu wJion Kvini'inbflr pliict1, .T JR DRY GOODS; Prices. 1-1114 124 MAIN STREET, CORNER 4th STREET, LIVIvttY SI' .A.. BOOTH ANB SHOKS. North Side Livery Stable, j Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, And Shoe Furnishing Goods. Sin-It .1111! Doulik- at rates. puss for and pri- Work ft Specialty. vale Parties. StaUc (.orner North iston- sin and Hamilton Xo. 13 SixSIl Street. ISTOTXCE. Buyers of Dry Goods who wish to save a little mon- 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. COAL! Of Best Quality and thorough- F3.ll Goods y and delivered in mid CROCKERY. FOR SIXTY DAYS. Out Sale F. HARBR1DGE. Druggist and CHAM j Now is tin- time to save money. Groceries as low as die market afTords, Remem- blNl-.tl, the place, I JSTO. 141 3VIA.IIS] ,1-! r. IJIOCk. A. O. BURCH. c. c. o K.- to arrive. JOS. SCHROEDER. any part of the city. GROCERIES. and Baker, 143-; MAIN .STKK.KT. '.RACINE, WIS. ATTORNEYS. Winslow Brownson. Pure Drugs F. Hilgen Co., BILWAUE BRANCH STORE, We make a specially of dealing in all kinds of Vegetables and. Fruits at the Lowest -Market Prices. PEARS, PEACHES, GO TO ATTORNEYS AT No. 3 Sixth Street. GRAPES, APPLES, ETC. Groceries Provisions OF ALL KINDS. Guarantee to Discount any "bill bought in, Chicago. 132 Main Street. Publishers' Announcment. THE RACINE DAILY ARGUS, is.pub; evening, Sunday excep'ted, at Ra- cine, Wisconsin. carrier, per week, 15 cents; by the month, 50 cents. Advertising rates made known on applid- cr.ticn at the publication office in the Lang- lois on Main street. Connected with the ARC us is a finely equip- 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. EITCHIE, A specialty. !___ Attorneys at HAHD'IVAKK. Maifactiirers Naiicnal Bnildins'. Street... linrii 1'i.ftvft, n-j'c.. DAVID LAWTON, i Flour, Feed, Grain Seeds j Of All Kinds I JN XiXJLjOj Fire t'.rick. Drain Kin; Olltiy. i CrnH'iit, IStncc'O, and buiUlinu; in.'ito- i rials 'if.-ill kir.ils. Carriages and Agricultural Implements. National Democratic Ticket. For Prtnident, VVIiVFIELl) S. HANCOCK, Of For V'iee Preildcnt, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Of Indimna. At Ferrttnnnd Klichr, .lohn Liwlcr, CrHw'fo Fruit, HiicitH'. ClliirlL-f lluuli Campbell. Lii Kuyllc. Jciliti Hflliliiy, UIIWBIlkrc. Ore. ,H. nlckn.-r, t'onil flu Dae. (Jh-'irN-H D. llnbliiN.n, brown Jolin D, Putlmin, Pltircc. Wlllliin D. .Murphy, Marnucttc. Tinware and- Articles. VltDS. J. C. SCHMIDT, I Parlor, Billiard Pool Room, j Dealer in Firsl Class Liquors. 10.1 .naiii AND l-unoh Every Dny. E. T. BILLINGS, Goal Stoves, AND ,o i Coal and Wood Cooking Stoves, liac'inc, Wi-tivotmi-ii.. i First Class Workmen employ- i ed to do Tinwork, T. (uis-HMlnii [PHOTOGRAPHER.; .First Class the Host in, the fitdtc. 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. MnnufaeLurtil untl f-y SHAW BACINE, WJS. "The rlifUl oftrUl bj- Jury, tlie Hm- the Hberty of the tlie freedom of Spettli, the Natural Itluliln, or Pernonn, and the Rlchti of be prenerred." OrJt-r frora Gun. lluncock, Mov. ISOt. LI.TIi: AND STONK. Conrad Fox Sons, WouM nt.ate to thri oC Racing fchftt they .ire now prepared to fnrninli Building Stone and Lime in any desired, delivered to any port of the city, or at the quarry uoar tlic bridRfi. A wharcof pnolio fully solicitod. Renihynce rorin bolow the Rupidfi bridge. OrdfiiH by mail will receive prompt attention. Andrews C. FOX SON. 554-1 Box 302. DENTIST. F. L CLIFFORD, Corner Murki-l Sfjiiaru iiiui S'Mli Slrcct, Utlcv lilock. 3 TAJ Merchant Tailor, 'MAIN A tine mock, of Cloih lect from. Flrnl Clans Work and best fit In the city guar- anteed. "-18'.'. Democratic County Convention. A Pemocnitie County Covendon, for tin: county of Racine, will Ije held at Burlington, oa TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, 1880, nt ten o'clock n. m., for the ot noniiniiting cnndidates tor County officers to Ijc supported at the ensuing election, and the transaction of such other bnsi- us mny'comc before the convention. Encli town and ward in the county will be entitled to five delegates. BY OUDEH COM. Ex-Gov. HESDBJCKS, of Indiana, in his speech at Indianapolis, wherein he repeated the charges heretofore mtule by him ugainst Gen, Garfield, that the connection of'the latter with the Electoral Commission was a dis- honest und dishonorable one, made use of the following forcible language: "In the eternal providence of Righteous God, no man engaged in that infamous work [the Electoral Commis- sion] would ever be electedby the peo- ple to the place once occupied by Wash- ington. GOOD ENOUGH! Prom tho Mr Hcndricts, in a speech at I ndianapoiis on Monday last, charged that Garfield participated in manipulating evidence in Lou- IT was ever ptfius." Congressman: of Michigan. hud with S. 3. Cox in Congress'last'win the delight of the puritanical and hipocritical element of the llepub-.. isiana and preparing the election case for the! i n has oi .sell Returning that, upon v the evidence that he and others thus prepared his political patronage.-to-his the Board made a return against the men that brethren. -Horr' had been': renorninated by his'party when 'this''-" shadow came over his plunder. The evidence is so strong that he. bus placed his. resignation the hands.of the campaign committee.. As this is a matter entirely Re-, publicans we are entirely disinterested. But there ought to be honor among thieves. H'o'rr probably belongs to'the I sneak-tliicf 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 preparing.1 Mr.1 Hendricks .proved his statement from' Gar6eld's own' testimony before 'a Congressional committee. ZSrow comes John Sherman, in a speed) at Rich- mond-, Jnd., and endeavors to break the force of Mr. Hendrick's charge. He does not, how- 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 qiwa- t lion; for, admitting that the Democratic vote I XltE republicans of Milwaukee, in was a fraudulent one.it was not Tight, or limitation of a Curtain people, 1900 proper, or just, or legal that Mr. Garfield should first procure and manipulate the tcsti-' mony in the case, in order to prove that the vote was fraudulent; and secondly, pass upon that manipulated testimony himself. The- fact is. Mr. Garfield, by his action ir. Louisiana, was precluded from being even a witness, mt'idi less a judge or juror, in tlie case. Besides, if. years, ago, have eievatO'l two thieves across the street on the-cast, approach to. Grand Avenue Bridge -.-but. the saviur isn't-there who wish to look on him saved will find "him across tlie the west approach 'to tlii; bridge. has beeii 'by the Democratic vote of Louisiana was frandu- j the uemocrats :ind'to him shall dory lent, how was it thit the Governor, whose I and lionor and power be given. And vote was some or !eis thnn that received by the Tildcn Electors, was pcrrniUcd to take his seat, while the vote.of the Til- dcn Electors was thrown o.ut? "Was Mr, Gar- field to condone the fraudulent vote in the case of the Democratic Governor of'Louis- iana, but not in the case of the Democratic he shall rule unions the buke ed, (earful TrtE'worst-Biiiiipaiffri-joke ted thus faris'ihii': I "A dvinjj.rebel picket crawled up to .Gen .Garfield .in. the a baulc.-during-tlxojatc candidate for the Presidency? Or did he, thro' j nnpieiWaiitncss.rA.nd., -hogged a bargain with the Louisiana Democratic-can-1 lor a Ori'iK.j :iak.c didate, give them tlie Staie'by fraud, .white! they allowed him to give Hayes the Presidency i U l" by fraud? Or, was the Democratic Electoral ticket as honestly elected as the Democratic Gubernatorial ticket? The fact Ls, in wliat- cver point of view the question is examined, it will be found rhat Mr. Uarfield portinpatetl in a a fraud upon' the people of Louisiana or upon the people of the United subsequently, he was so regard- less of. every principle of equity and law, as agntiy. well as of honor between man and man, as tu sit upon the case which he originally helped- to fraudulently make. [There is considerable meat in the above for our republican friends to chew on.] THE republicnns slio'alu _p'resent the Garfield clubs that are" or- ganized by Jciiiairpfiuo Morrison of Chicago, with tJrirtTcid's votft On the bill to place G'e'n Shields on the retir- ed listol brigadier- ireiieraU will-' time to have saved him bud he instantly dropped. Instead of that he ran a little turther. and then CKrutid to see how near he was' to the Dridge. Tbe briikeinan who had warned liim hurried forward and heid the body in position, keeping, it. from falling oif umil the train Be was brought-to MkJdleloivu, aud Dr. burke Pillslmry was caJled and pronounced iiis injuries This was' the man wjjo siived Eric No. 12 from being- wrecked near Monroe.last winter. The traiTi with two engines was going up i lit! Oxford grsile. wiieu.om' of. for- wurd cars was thr'nwj: from the" track by .1 inosp wheel. The trnui was-'almost at the .op of tho'liill. find was rvuniiipf very fast. The num. who .was stt-iliug. a ride botween. tiie nalpd the' ejigiuixis, ibt; train stopped imd mi iu'fii lent I'lvvsu'od. 'Ho'" li'nvos a wife at E.csf. SaVulVj YcnniTgo county Pa., and a tend IT which lip bad written to lior only a few days1 lii'fi-ve1 the accuu'iH. was. fr-.uijd iu pocket. Iu it lie I think I can .3oud for you weoks from if nothing happens. This w'vt-vjnn- cortaiu husiui'sp. to-dnv uiid Ii; is :is ond-jiMrliatt.le for hurting mon.-but L; sm us careful :ia I fiau be. Only to.thiiaJi. of it, tweuty- tlirec ciays and wo will lio together, 'Y. ESITMATtNS T.llf Of ITie jouutrv in :iadfis.suni- iug :is the, tives in Cougrv-s iui..lor tho nuxt lip- piirnonmeat. "lii; Wellington lictin csleuiilte's tlisr tin-'Soirtlit.rn 'otu'tcs' >viH -lose- suveu, .while the. Nortuerii States will giiiu. tiv'es. it estimates .that tha .Xortli- eastern Statin will lose SL-VC-U." wiiile the other Northern State's will gain tvronty- making c. net gain or fourteen; also, ehatr Texus and Missouri.will eaeb igiiiu while tLo olliur Sotitbei-n policy which would plunge the nation in difficulties as damaging to. business interests as those which occurred dur- Grant's last administration. Section- al if sues which are-now satisfactorily- adjusted would be. and in the place of ;coiifideiice, with 'its atteudant blessings, we'-should have turmoil with' its ftttenaant.herro.ri.'' ring for at a cost of1 .000 to the country, ho sold.1- No con- sideration ol economy stood -in his'way, but when the friends pt'.poor. old crip- pled Gen. Shields, usked-lor a few hun- dred dollars old y'ctcr- an of two wars, :Garfield: voted no: Congressional Record; 3d session, tlio liu'oOH, the- assigns.. lli.'pu'scutf.fivii-j ,tp Xorthi'i'n States, tu thu Sotiiherii to thif Suites in: tbe 257, will bo, only rirst ostitiirao; and Kiiiiii.is .four .IiiiL-hiRiin' nnd' 'Miir.ipsotrt KtibTaskaittvo; ittid1 buo.. t'e.xt Presidanrial 'wlectiop.' If ifwiire tiiad_ 'the1; politicians: t
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