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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 July 1895

mBmrnmsmmiuu W^0 ffi -. • -ft-- . , ? '•'» . v'1 './•\":v•'. : - , 5f*r^l»jent::|.Nebra«ka ' Farmer * Are' t w ^ v vCharge d wit h a Horrible /^ C r i m e . : • Gtnaha, Nek , July 2^ ~A special from Button, Neb., says that Sheriff Dean of • Oraiul Island Inst evening nrteBted -j.J8afi«»»eJ' and William Ilangb and' Solomon Oswald ou complaint of Miss Emily Cat- teljn, who lives with her brother on a farm about seven miles northwest of thfcs place, Miss CBterliu's brother was ab- sent from home Saturday night- and she heard «on«'rmc knock At the door atid, •upposliig it ivn« her brother returning, BOt up to admit him. Upon opening the acof she wns struck over the head with a elub and dragged into the yard .by three men, who, after outraging her, .thrust pointed sticks into her person and left her. The girr claims that she recognized in her assailants the parties 'under arrest, whb are fanner* and well connected. They claim to he -.greatly, astonished at their arrest and say t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 July 1895

160RjCOmfT I^lfdCRATi (S'lTO^EON BAY, WIS., J U I ^ 2 T , 1895. ©h, ' de chicken scratch, en \"seratcu. en Scratch ... Wueii de rooster crow fer day Moonlight in do melon patch— . i'lilUmi, el'ar de wayf '\"• Chillnn, cl'ar de way, . '•'•'•Â». • ChHiuu el'ar de way Be melon ripe, AVUh milky stripe— Oli, chlllnu, cl'ar de way'. Oh. tie brown hawlt fly \"tWell he tech de sky Eu depfgeoncoo en pray I)e melon grow wtiar de fence run high— Chilluu, cl'ar de way! Chilian, cl'ar de way, Cblilun, cl'ar de way I almos' dead : F o ' d e melon red— : Olilllun, cl'ar de way! —Atlanta\" Constitution. A MATTER OF SENTIMNET. By JOHN BENNETT. riiuk-a-plliik, pllnk-a-plank Pllnk-ii-pliuk, plink-a-pli!nk l'link-a-plink, pllnk-a-plank, p!inU-a-plunk: Col. Middleton stopped a t the end of the board walk and listened. Dow n be- hind the woodshed a quaint- high-keyed, cracked voice was singing gaily to the dextrous picking of a banjo: Ole Virginny niggah went but fo' to hunt A coon or sninpln' rutUer Do...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 July 1895

= » $ ^ C O t J N T Â¥ \\ - © J & ^ l^^lWIS.,V::tJ|jiY: § 7 ^ i » 9 p : S:i::^:. 3P^JwMettiev^ ^iMrday ' f U v - ^ •'•',. *U»8C«IPTl6N PMiOK, S1.50 PER VBAB. : \"OHIO tin* threo ^resitlential posslWl- itios, o r gentlemen who consider them- selves such Mckinley, Fdt'aker, and ifclce.-, We are not prepared to judge as to Foraker and R&Kinley. In fact, we don^t care which one of them it is that beats Reed and 'Harrfctohv and Morgan and Alger and Spaonor and Cush. Davis hut, as\" to Senator Bricc, if he will only -turn republican, we'll b'ot on his knock- ing out the whole crowd. SOMB of the good people down in Plorida,reHidonts and visitors,haw been having an intcrcstlngdisc(ts3ion through The Advance as 'to-.'whether, or not the, i'dbins sing in that state- The general conclusion te that, though thoy are there In great .numbers through the winter season, they never sing, but only talk. This, it is admitted, they do vigorously enough, and many of them all at once., But i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 July 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, &£$it&mX BAY, WIS., JULY 27, 18«5. 5- » THE. GOUN'TiV wil^fi GARDNER. Tfliss Lenora Seville left recently for Iron Mountain wbere she intends to remain lor some . tome. Mrs. Aug. Jenkins, of Sturgeofl -Bay. ^_WES •visiting ainong her relatives and friends here, for a number of days last week. v Mr. at ( hihst inger - , . have not heard wh,o is to teach in dicate that John intends tso remainevidently With us per- manently. We hope so, at any rate. Johnnie Jorns.EmU Simon. Frank liaPlant. Washington Letter. -Eraak Londp, Jri, and several- others whose j p r m o u^r. regular correspondent: names we did not learn, have returned from i .o „ .••••... ... w , , n ,, 1 0 n - WWteflsh Bay, where they have beenveagaged 1 Washington , D . C- Jur y 22, lb9o.-r- in haying for John Adamson. Verily, the s u m m e r m a d n e s s is o n those John T. Bagnall is harin? a well driUed.-oh | wh o are j u m p i n g al l ove r Secretarie s his farm, located some little di...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 July 1895

JJJ^:^^Jj^ MmWSm UOSENOW APPLIED THE MATCH Hft Implicates Other Prominent Men \" w the Alleged Plot—Newsy State Specials.\": WEBBWM MT ACOEBfe Kenosha, Wis., July 23.—[Special..— Tfce sensation --which was sprung here yesterday by the arrests in connection w i t h t f i t v recent burning of t h e p l a n t » the Chicago Bedding eompauy has been kindled anew by-developments of today. Detective Cowie and Chief of Police Stemm announced this morning iia Bernard Rosenow, out' of the sus- &Wbt, had made a comiilote confession *ud thftt he implicates all the men now tinder arrest in the plot to burn' tbeplant. According to the confession, Rosenow a\\t- jplied the match to tho building which burned 6ii the evening of June 20. De- tective Cowie and Chief Ktemm are au- thority for the following statement from Kosonow ••• \"I set fire to the building on tho night o f June 20 and Wa« to have received $300 forthe job. One of the men under arrest ••'•mow made mo the offer, but wince the j...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 July 1895

i0(M COTJKTY tEll6cRAT S T W S E O K BAY, WIS., JUIA* 27, 1805. OW Rip Van Winkle went tip into the Catskill mountains to take a little nap of twenty years or so, and when he wakened, he found that the \"«rucl war was over,\" the monthly magazines had \" fought it over\" the second, time and \"blown u p \" all the officers that had participafK in i t This jnnch is history, and it is also an Jiis- torical/act that, it took the same length of time, for Dr.1 Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- covery to become the most celebrated, as i t is the most effective, Liver, Blood and Lung Remedy of the age. In purifying the blood and in all manner of pimples, blotches, eruptions, and other skin and scalp diseases, scrofulous sores and swell- ings, and kindred ailments, the \"Golden Medical Discovery\" manifests the most positive curative properties. THE BRIDAL GARTERS. Good Lack In Matrimony Follows the Girl Who Makes Them. A t all times garters have been consid- ered very important details of woma...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 July 1895

w. ^OOBt. £^$0/&W^i^^ Ofteadlriii Finns atid EstabifeWnemsdf^Gltuamieountu. : Collections » Specially. Office ovc* the Mer- chants Exchange Banlt. :•:' '. STUKGEON BAY, WIS. . : « ^ H . U A M H i *iWKENKV, v' - : A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W . OWee over ftelebei*w draft store,-Cedar Street. '.-,'tarCollecttons a specially.. STUKGEON HAY, WIS.'' f J O T E L TBEMOJMP, \" ^ HKILMAN & JOIIXSOS, Prop*. •--, This hotel has been newly refurnished arid refittc-ft throughout, and offers the very beat of accommodations f0j. the traveling public. Hot and t-old water hatha, , First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to arid from allhoatsand trains. Kates $1.00 ttfid 21-50 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS.\" ITT 31. McVAlXV, * A T T O R X E Y - A T - L A W . Collections made, and all mauwr .ol Legal. BuRincfss promptly attended to, •Offlce on $t. John Street, opposite the First National Hotel. STUKOKON PAY, WIS. tlfilXIASI JACKS-ON, •••'. A T T O R N E V- A T - L A W . Notnry Public,Iteal TlHtu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 August 1895

VOI,. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS* |ATURDAY, AUG. 3, 1S95. NO. 28. Llfltlt! Gooll fteiDlul Moneysavino! Progressive! When we find anything else that a store can be we'll be that, too. Swivel Silks - - We started this at 30c and it was cheap.-To give our customers a still greater benefit we have re- duced them to. - ... 25 G Cotton Goods -. - - There has been a sharp advance in Cotton Goods within the last month, but we are still selling at the old price. Sheeting, 36 inch, worth to-day 6 cents, at Sheeting, 36 inch, finest grade, worth 7c, a t , . . . . . . . . . . 60—10 yard Patterns, very best print, no two alike, per pattern Lonsdale Cambric Muslin, the 12 cent grade, at..', 5G 60 60C fOC Flannels - - - White Outing Flannel, can't be . „ made at the price to-day... 4l i Better Grade with long nap §C IOC 'Baby Flannel\" will cost you 12 cents later on, at Clothing\" '•-• ' - - - - We want your clothing trade— We take special care to buy well fitting clothing. We have receiv- ed part of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 August 1895

m: ijl^ej^^ re:jmm SATOM& Ho Does Not Think Humors of His Possible Recall Are Well Founded. •-//-': , \"VVnuliini'ton, D. C., July .TO^Msfr. ga- ted!f is wry Hindi a nnoyed a t the. eon. atant reiterations from many quarters of the1 statement that he in to be recalled. The latest of tht\"» stork* is to the effect that Cardinal -Ledocbowski, a Pole, in urging Tope Leo to appoint Mgr, •'•La- disks Zalewski, a fellow countryman, now j)aj«il delegate to India as ilgr. 8a- folli's suceesiror. I t ia stated hi the most positive terms at the residence of the papal ablegate that BO far as information there exists^ absolutely nothing is known as to the rumors that Mgr. Satolli is to he recalled. He has received no intimation of hi* re- calland, so far as hi* knows, occupies to- day 'the same position he'did when he en- tered upon his mission here. In the natu- ral order of things bis mission here will come to art end, hut a« he is the first able- gate to be sent to this country there ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 August 1895

^ O O B j C 9 ^ 3 5 1SQS , •••v' A FISHERM-VS IN TOWN. J.'jes' set 'here a-dreamin'— . . ' A-dreainin' every day, Of the sunshine that's a-g!eatuin'— On the rivers—fur/a.way. A n ' I kinder fan t o WlBlnV I was where the waters swish Fer If. the hard made fishln*. Wby^-a feller ought to fish! While I'm studying or a-wrltin\\ In the dusty, rusty town, I Utn feel the fish a-bltla'— See the cork a-goltf down'. Art* the sunshine seems a-tangllu' Of the shadows cool an* sweet \"With the honeysuckles danglin', Au' the lilies at my feet. So I nod. an' fall to wistun' I was where the waters swish P e r If the Lord made flshlu'. Why— a fellerorter fish! —Frank L. Stanton. Nfl W By ROBERT J, BURDETrB. Sisters, the pallor in the east tells u s that th e heanu—daily edition—-of the daw n is speeding up the slopes of the Orient a little while and the rosy fin- gered hours will paint the: day red. Emancipation is on its way by A d a m an d Evo's express. Yea, it is even now here, with both feet. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 August 1895

^ o ^ r C 5 ( » i 3 ^ ':M^04 ^^i^U 'Oifiet:: cU Sturgeon My to '^MMiVv^^iA *T«ry Saturday by the ''::' ?\"S:a Resident. fl/W.AU.EII, Secretary. ^if*«C|PIII»f IPN PBICB, $1.50 t»«* Y«AB. STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUG: 8. ^ :^ ^^gplTpRlfl^• V,^V ^ V ^/^ T H E Milwaukee Journal publishes a list of ?19 delegates from Wisconsin who attended the great 0.- E. convention at Boston. They represent CO different cities and villages. IT has long been obvious to/the legal profession that Judge Cole was an ob- vious pettifogger, and the fact should now bo obvious to the rest of mankindl But it is obvious that the one thing now vobvions to people in general, is about the only thing that is not obvious to JudgeCole. T HE state pre/s.s hat not witnessed such a universal outpouring of indigna- tion for years, as was caused by the final act of the attorney general, satis- fying the judgments against the ex-state treasurer* The acts/of the legislature were SQ/ manifestly unconstitutional, and the atto...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 August 1895

P O O R COClfTY DEMOCRAT, SlFtTBGEON BAY, WIS., AUG. 3 , 1895. IN T H & OOUftTY i ' jACKsonroKt- • : Tour schooners were in port last week Thurs • 'toy-:' I h e Misses Mary and Sarah McQuaid are . still at Madison. : \\ \\ The JUidington, of the Goodrich line, was in port, on Wednesday.. Mrs. Henry Sargent is just about recovered from her late severe illness. Parmer? have commenced: cutting tall grain and the crop promises to be very good. Mrs. Rev. J. S: Nett, of Sturgeon Bay, accom- i .panted her husband down here last Sunday. Dr H. F . EanSes, of Eeg Harbor was in town last week Thursday on professional business. The sohool house in the Johnson district, is to be re-painted. T. J. Johnson will do the job. Several of our citizens attended a dance in the town of Egg Harbor last Saturday evening. Late potatoes will require more rain than we are likely to get to make the crop anywhere near what it should be. It is rumored that a Methodist clergyman will be permanently stationed h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 August 1895

vPpgftjCOlJyTY wsBmamm Ho DeciBion JReached in the Oleo- margarine Test Case at •?::-^v^v:-\"'- :':MadisoB.-: V:, -.--'^V' JURY COULD NOT AGREE. T^d Last Two Ballots Stood 9 to ' for Conviction—Other Nawsy State Specials. Madison, Wis.,. \"July SQ.-iBp&&%J-^ The first test cage under Wisconsin's now -oleomargarine lay ended in a dis- agreement o f the jury after being out about sixteen hours. The case was that of the state against Corry Bros., grocers, who were .'charged with Belling oleomar- garine which was colored to resemble -yellow'butter. The product was sold in original packages as they came from Armour Bros., properly labeled \"oleo- margarine,\" and the contest came on the -'jXMiit of coloring. 'The cam' weilt to the jury ton minutes before f o'clock Monday afternoon and twelve good nmi and true spent ail the hour* between then and t» o'clock this •morning in trying to rcacli an agreement. Twenty-two ballots were taken- in ail, the sentiment being very evenly divid...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 August 1895

b O O R COItSfTY DEMOCRAT,STURGEON BAT , W I S , AUGUST 3 , 1805. LEAVES ITS HARK •—every one of th e painful irregularities •n d weaknesses that prey upon women. The y fade th e face, waste the figure, ruin th e temper, wither you up, mak e you old before your time. Get well: That's th e Way to loo t well. Cure th e disorders and ailments that beset you, with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- tion. It regulates and promotes all the womanly functions, improves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains, melancholy an d nervousness, brings refreshing sleep, an d restores health and strength. R e q u i r e s ) S e a s o n i n g . Stone, like lumber, requires seasoning. Stone is often spoken of as th e syno- ny m of solidity—\"as solid a s a rock,\" w e say, but as a matter of fact, stone Is very far from being solid. A cubic foot of the most compact granite,\" for .in- stance, weighs about 164 pounds, while a cubic foot of iron weighs 4 pounds. This plainly shows tha t in be...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 August 1895

t§. : SHE iillii^iiiliiiiilil\"R : VCoiiectioba » specialty, Office over the Mer- «hatit« Exchange Bank. . . P y ^ ' : v:.v. S T U R G E O N B A Y , w i s . -^--'-••. . . TOIU,U!llH.8WEf»(BS. : v , Office w e r Jtelcbet's drugstore, Cedar Street. ^arcoiicctton STURGEON BAY, WIS, •'...,. ', • X T JU, SfcNAfctY, .' •\".-. *' ,ATTORNEÂ¥-AT-LAW. ,.'•' CpllectiOD^made, and all manmr of Legal Business promptly attended to. Offlce on St. John Street, opposite the First National Hotel. \" •\"• STURGKON BAY, WIS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. •Notary.Public, Heal Estate, Collection Agency. Selllnt? Tickets, and Paying Taxes for Non- Residents. Drawiw Deeds, Mortgages, Last Wills, Vessel M o t t l e s and lltUwof Sale: also Marine Protests and other Notary Business correct and cheap. BAILEYS HARBOR. Wife-- BAY HUORK HOTEL, A. .1. FI5LLNER, Prop. Klr»t Class accommodations for man and beast, A good -(sample room connected with • this House. 'Rates reasonable. •. SAWYER. DOOR CO., WIS. C'IKNTKALWHOTKL...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 August 1895

' ^ ^ • ^ • • - t ,• ...- VOIi. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS.i f ATURBAY, AtJG. 10, 1895. NO. 29. It matters very little to the cus- tomer how Ave tell it, so long as the prices are cheap enough. Everybody is shouting LOW PRICES, but here are some that beats 'em. all. LOGfYb SHOES A T O L D P R I C E S . We haven't changed the price of a single pair although they are. worth 2 0 p e r c e n t . more. Mens shoes which we are retailing at $ 1 . 0 0 are worth $ 1 . 1 0 at the factory to-day. Our $ 1 . 2 5 shoe would cost us to-day ex- actly $ 1 . 2 5 . Ladies shoes have ad- vanced in the same proportion. Better hurry up and do your fall buying. Don't know how long we can keep it up. HATS and CAPS. Mens Fine Fur Felt satin lined Fedoras. A good $1.35 hat for$1 some stores. Our price . . . . . . . Stiff Hats. The \"Dunlap\" style. A hat that ought to bring $2.00. Our price... Stiff Hats, latest styles, that were $1.25. Now goiug at...' , $1,50 $1 Mens Fine Hats.... . Felt Gray Crusher. 4 5 c Mens...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 August 1895

:^M0^^^^SMiS^f^M^^^S^^^^^^W^^^^^SSM iftSKff i&D MAN i!ALKS 'i^.ifi»ir'i»' :« 'Resolution Calling forf the j^ CohtlnM4riflt«rvabtiori' o f thej :• • i^'-:\":iS '^.'^^.'S^WerS.-\"' ^^Mt^-ferigland,' /Aug. ',6.—Tie town: Smll: : wa* packed with people today* the audience including numbers of Armenians, \"in-anticipation-.'-of. hearing the speech of v.MrrV'^I«astone:''iiipotk^'til&''A{rm«Ditta^:que»' ' tion. Amontf those present wore the bish- op oMMpon and Messrs D . B . Clifford tod Robert Tv Pain of the American Peace society. The audience rose with •octfewus ctoring when Mr. and AIi Gladstone, the Duke of Westminster, the budio- of Chester and the mayor of Ches- *er entered the hall Thef dfsUnguished visitors ww e conduct- «d to Heats on the platform and the cheer- In* did not «ib«fl until the Duke of ^Welrtm^^«ter, the chairman, rose'b? speak. The dtikef after a. le w opening remarks, read ft letter from the Marquis of Salis- bury, the new premier, notifying the ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 August 1895

:: DQbR:COTJTfe^PmQC BAY, WIS , AUGUST 10, 1805. AJf AUGUST vrOODROAO. \"When the partridge coveys fly la Ike Idreh-tops cool ami high When the-dry cicadas-twatig Where the purpllug flr-coues Uaug • • • • ' • • : • ' • . ' . • • • • • : ' • . • • • ' ' - - :• Whe•n. th•e• bunch-nerrle.'s•. etuboss-—• -Scarlet beads—the roadside moss -Brown trlth shadows,\"bright with sua, All day long till day is done. Sleeps In murmuring solitude The WOMJ old road that threads the wood. In Its deep cup—grassy, eool— • Sieeps the little roadside pool Sleeps the butterfly on the weed, Sleeps the drifted thlst'.e-seed. •'.•\"Uke.a great and blaaing gem, -Basks the beetle on. the stem. T7p_aitd down the shining rays ••Dancing midges weave their maze. High among the moveless houghs, Druufc with day, the uight-huwks drowse. Tar up, unfVifhoraably hitie, August's heaven vibrates through. The old road leads to all things good The year's at full, and time's at flood. -Charles G. D, ..Roberts, lu August St. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 August 1895

Sw|§llS^^ DOOR GOUMY DEMOCRAT. 0. W. AtUii, ,X\\^ ••''^Secretary. | ^ ^ ^ O N : ^ B A Y r : WIS., •'AUft '. ia: '•^ |. N^Ia B^i^^W^cDhs^n, in the region iitcym Stevens Point to Ashland, it is said, haa this year the heaviest hay crop ever harvested, IT Js now said, oh apparent good au- thority, that Geo. G, Greeno, of Green Bay, declined the supreme court Judge- ship before it was tendered to Judge Hastings. ^SKNJiTdB Spooner, in his speech at Milwaukee last fall, opening the repub- lican campaign, scouted the idea that a rcpubUean legislature would release the judgmentsin the treasury cases, because, he said, such action would be uncon- stitutional. T HE Green Bay Advocate is apparent- ly ashanied of itself, at least its eoiidiu't would so indicate, and if it isn't it ought to bo. Three times recently, which we, have noticed, and how juahy more times we do not know, it.has copied original items from this paper and given credit to the Advowk. Vti respectfully sug- gest to our Green...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 August 1895

tlij^&€&^^ |i|^:iN T«B_GOUNTY.'V • • . • ' \"•,•'•'.-. JACKSONPORT. harvesting is now in lull blast, Mrs. Henry Sargent Is again convalescent. Geo Noble, ot Bay View, was in town Thurs- day on business. \" Several cargoes of. wood were snipped from ier e during tne weefe.. Chas. Johnson and Will Dahlmann visited friends in Gibraltar last Sunday. John W.'Kevnoldg, of this place, is sojourn- inir in Milwaukee for a weeli 05 so. Chas. Koot and Frank JjeM«tre made a trip to Sturgeon Bay and back on Monday. Merchant LeMere wus in Sturgeon Bay last Saturday. Likewise John T. Bagnall. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Johnson were in Sturgeon Bay last Friday. Likewise Jos Smith. Bev. Jos. Jameson, of this place, conducted divine services in Sturgeon Bay on Sunday. Miss Anna Reynolds and brother Paul went to Sturgeon Bay on Sunday returning the same . day.' ' • . - . : . - • • Miss Annie Pasha, our dress-maker, visited at her home in Baileys Harbor a few days last -week. 'Squire Jackson, of Bail...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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