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   Racine Daily Argus (Newspaper) - September 17, 1880, Racine, Wisconsin                             J. 144. MAIN STREET. J E! WI3L E AND DBALER IN Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, Etc. Racine Silver Plate Goods sold at Factory 1'm4 LIVERY STABLE. PROl'ftlETOR UK North Side livery Stable. SinEie and Double Carriages let at reasona- ble rates. Buss furnished for pic-nics Mid pri- vate Parties. Stable Corner North Wiscon- sin and Hamilton streets, F. DRUGGIST. HARBRIDGE. JOHNSON THRONSON tte place lo set ull vimlK of ITJTJItlVITU a ronionablo low price. Call and nee tboro be- fore buying elsewhere. Professional Undertaking. Lnreo stock offine Medium ami Common Cni.krti. and alttayn on liaiid. Ice Un- takcru' Chairs, HI.-., Y.la furnlBheJ whi'n desired. Ketnumbor tlio pluce, 124 MAIN STBEET, COMEK 4thSTEEET. BOOTS AND SHOES. O. Duu'.er in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, And Shoe Furnishing Goods. Custom Work a, Specialty. No. 18 Sixlh Street. Druggist and Chemist, I48 MAIN STRF.KT, RACINE, WJS- MANUFACTURING Confectioner and Baker, 142 MAIN GBOCEttlKS 76TSIIXTY DAYS. Closing Out Sale DECORATED CHAMBER SETS And Table Now U the time lo save money. Grocene as low as the market affords. Remem- the plice, KTO. 141 M-AXN" STU'T, Masonic VClock. A. O. BURCH. foyers of Dry Goods vho wish to save a little mon- 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. DBlir.S. QO TO Winslow Brownson, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RACINE, WIS.] No. 3 Sixth Street. Original Preparations nnd Fine CJwmic.al Protln-cts COAL Of Best Quality and thorough- ly screened, and delivered in THE RACINE DAILY ARGUS, is pub- lised every evening, Sunday excepted, at Ra- cine, Wisconsin. carrier, per week, 15 cents; by tlie month, 50 cents. Advertising rates macie known on applica- caticn at the publication office in the Lang- lois lilock on Main street. Connected with the ARCUS is a finely equip- iied Job Office, with all the late styles of type. Orders for work in this department will be promptly filled at reasonable rates. f iols onocuniEs. 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. PEA.CUES, 1HELOXS, GRAPES, APPLES, ETC. Groceries Provisions OF ALL KINDS. GuurunUeto Discount any Ull bought in Chicago. 132 Main Street. MABDAVAHE. "I S. A. s. RITCHIE, A specialty. Attorneys at Law, Manufacturers national Bank Bnilni.' Fifth Street, Racine, FIiOUB, FEED, IJTC. "DAVID LAWTON, Dealer in Flour, Feed, Grain Seeds Of All Kinds. Also Fire Brick. Drain Tile. Fire Olny, Cement, Stucco, and building mate- rials sill kinds. Carriages and AOTltnral iMpleieals. The 1 aukegan Fair Will be held for SIX FULL DAYS! Beginning Monday, Sept. 27th, and end- 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 BYOICLE Kfices on Friday; one tor 5 miles, one for 3 miles, and one for one mile. MBJ. IVevlDN' 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 pres- ent but also to compete for premiums. Brin" your stock, machinery, manufac- turcsTur other produots of the home, tlie shop and the farm. Reduced rates on the Railroads. Only SI.OS from Racine to and return. Kxhibits returned FREE. For Premium Lists or information, ad- C. A- PARTRIDGE, Secretary. National Democratic Ticket. For President, WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, Ot Ponnsylvania- For Vice President, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. Of Indiana, i'JUAI, KM3CTOKS. KiK-lin, Milwaukee. Jnbn Urawfor't. {.t UiB_N. D. Fruit, Ulichic. 3rd Campbell, 1'" layette. 4lh Hi'liUuy, Milwaukee. Mh 00. ii. nickiuT, Komi ihi Due. Till D. PulTiiim, PilTcc. gUi Wllllmn Murnuv, Nationnl Democratic Platform. The Democrat, orilie TJnlleul Slaten, In con- Tention unaemblecl, declare: 1 Wo ourselves aneTT to "a con- tt tl ill doctrines anil traditions 01 me to centralization ami to that For Member of Fust Dirfrict, CLINTON BABBITT. DEMOCRATIC COCNTI TICKET. For Senator, On. .liiHXG. MEACHEM. Fin- .TAMES BUSH. Fur Treasurer, FRANCIS RUESCHLEIX. For Clerk. WILLIAM HYDE. For-Register of Deeds, JOHN BOWEX. Fni- District Attorney, E. MERTON. For Surveyor, 0. M. MONTGOMERY. For Coroner, .1F.REMIA1I PLATER. J. C. SCHMIDT, Siiccriwnr 1" Schnciilrr, Billiard Pool Room. Dealer in First Class Liquors. Main Street. Lunch Every Day. FHOTOGBAPHEK E. T. BILLINGS, NAILS, Tinware and Housekeeping Articles. BARKER'S Patent Chimney Top. SHAW BRO., RACINE, WIS. A Lnri-e Varieiv of Parlor, Base-Burning LIME AND STONE. Fox Sons, Would Htate to the citizens of Kncine that they lire now prepared to furnish Building Stone and Lime in any quantity dcnircd, dolivotcd to any pnrt of the city, or at the quarry near tho Wiinidn bridRO. A share public pitronapo is rc-spcct- fully Nolioitod. BcnidcncB 100 rudu below the Rapids bridBu. Ordern by mail will rcoeivo prompt nttention. Andrew of eU, aud common schools 4. Homo role, l.oncat money, Kol.i anil silver nml paper foln on demand tlie su'.ut tlie fSsuiie and national, ana military to the civil and a jfernino ana thorough ro- S" I. "iBht ,1'vi.ifil fri-'nta iinaininitamUliiill uc i "svlin- of thr United TJje Ei la I inrartMihiulmuon it ilio of "o only, Ita clniu. o, rislit 10 the talli.t-boMis with troops ami do- i tv ill" '0 intimidate ,ind obsinict the I tl.e uiipreccdented ot .e io IP nialntnln corrupt .and "'Ulr "Tlie of trial tlie Ha- Corpu-, the Liberty of tUc the Freedom of Speech, the] Natural and tlio of Properly, muxi be preserved." OrJur from Oon. Ilnncock, Nov. 29. 1S6T. 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 employ- ed to do Timvork, Qas-fltting. and Inmbing. Furnaces course of tl.ia admlnl.- rit.on i i liiaiiinc nloi-.ce In thcoivil aei vleo t >Juticat crime, ami demaurl u re- Jtiitiiie whicli alia.ll make forever .alblcfora Jnfoitod camiidsto by billetins fniS'd'o'nilS.TT. by wMch, upon filtccoint or the electonil of two tates fte candidate deicate.1 the polU lo be J'resiilent.nnd for tliellrjt act i Vide under K tlircatof tuiliury ont; itriiVkaileiiiilv at ourbvsiem of eGoToriiment. Ti.o Domucrat. F. L CLIFFORD, DEN m TIST. Corner Market Square ai'.i'i Sixth l-Sircet, Utlcy block. Ui ion t'llli" o v wWrei Snmuel J. Tlldon not Tiiin to lie's enmlUliue fur the iiliico to wliii-li lie "'in clceteil H mnjunty ot cot n i lin. from which he win isxclm E. WERNER, Merchant Tailor, MAIN STREET. set to order and guaranteed gKJ S.'K and bent fll In the city antceil. 13 to heat in a satisfactory man- ner. flilrnculi! hii wisdom, ami ri miahateii Ly ilia ussaulw ol the corani..ii ami tlicy fiiriiiernasiire him that lie liiwcil Into the reilrcmoiii lie hus clioacii wlM, iiy elevathii; tlicstnnilavil or h ol hU his for Icil; and o.i tho land no dlscrlmlnatlonm of Ihipii ovnioiiopone.; ihciimcml. niont Iliirniiflvino tremy, to per lor twvcl, Piliirktlon anil foreign commevitc, mid tlicn-in Snrcfiillv riumlcil; tin imljllc money ami Ilia uublic. "eillt forpiibllc ri for Hcluai Ino I iiiirty tho fdonrt oC labor an-i 
                            

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