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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 December 1895

m ^jtjfc^^j^ Of LeadingJMniis and EHtablisii- ^ S i v ^ i i r a a f j ^ '-' • : .7.™* 'fcitoto • has • beeti newly «stonjJ»iiied and refltW tb*oo«bottt, and offers the ycr* begt.of urtCdroinbaationH lor the traveling public. Hot ••7:rooin&' Frets'bus to and tram allboats and ttuins. Rates il Oo and lififiper day. ^: ^'iliMrKt ClasS accotiwodations ior man and bC3»t ::A «oo sample room connect* with v«h!sHoaWv J&tcs reasonable. W^t'^^A^^m:mcm'co.t wis. •• .' . y|MK8T *A*INAI.HOTKI, .•': ''*'\" '. .JOHS* WBK«BKSON, Prop. .'.::' : • :/ -A WH-ordcrcd house.'• Sccciitly BJnofec I'Mdriewiy fitted \"-'77' ' 7/-\"-' .. • Goofl banw. Spt'clttl attention 'jrfven to the Wftntsof iartacirsand their teams. Win«», fclqnoni and Ctears. - STOttOEON BAY, WIS- VfNION MOTKk, • *\"' M. MOEIXKlt. Proprietor. jorhft of Cedar and Garland Streets. One blot* trom Depot, two blocUx from Steam- ••• .':v :•. boatDoek. ••:••- ..'. - 'V.-'v.'-Ttelg Hotel is now open to the 'public, and offers ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 December 1895

i^'W, \"•'•r-'Pf-\"' msm^. tf\".\\ „T,f ,*-- VOL. a. STURGEON BAY, WIS., • ^ ^ S ^ & ^ - ^ M ^ I ^ W ' . ^ i i M ^ NO. 48. \\iv Our War^Talk is for lower prices. Never before could we offer such inducements to the purchasing public. Never before have we had such a variety of useful articles to select from. . . . . . :.- €HENELLE CURTAINS. Nothing could ,be tnore appropriate for a present, per •pair,.-,. CHENILLE SPREADS. 1 yard square, largo assortment of colors.. Larger and Finer at... ... -..,..'. . . . $ 3 , $ S . 5 0 , $ 4 . . . . . . .....OOc . » 3 c, $ 1 . 1 5 , $ 1 . 3 5 up to $ 1 . 7 5 LINEN TABLE CLOTHS. Assorted Colored Borders .- White or Bordered, 1 doz. Napkins to match....\".. Turkey Red. 7-4 Turkey Red, 10-4 Turkey Red, 8-4, Finest Quality NAPKINS. Turkey Red, per dozen Linen, 15 inches square, per dozen Liaen, 15 inches square, Fine Bleached, per dozen. Linen, }. size-at. *'•••./«• 'Doylies, at. — TOWELS. Turkish Towels,, suitable for Tidies Linen Towels, at — ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 December 1895

'iprMeftra S STURGEON BAY, WISfi % % wM PRIH7IH 6 co , - - MmM Motor Employes Quiet, th e Violence Hx:'\"^:'-:iQomlng.from Hoodlum Siympathfzers. ^PliiladrfpLin, Pa., Doc. 17,-~Tbo gr^ttt striko of motormen and conductors' of the Union Traction company began early this morning and all lines of the company are practically Mod- no. Prcslr dent Welsh says hundreds of men arc applying for work and he asserts that /nearly all the caai will be running by noon, Cora are running with more or less frequency on Chestnut street, .but' not enough to accommodate the'people who usually ride. Beyond hooting and leering at the men the cutting of a trol- ley rape and placing boxes nnd barrels tilled with ashes on the tracks, no\\ seri- ous disorder has occurred. Severnl\\car« were derailed. -The sentiment of [the public is clearly with the strikers. jTbo company employs about 0000 men»./two- tUlrdB of them members of the Employes' nsKocintion. The demand of the men is for a -working day of tenhour...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 December 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STtttHSEON BAY,-WIS.,'DECEMBER'31,1805.' . — ^ ^ _ I . - - • • , s.it.-^-^.-.. ••..•.-••.--....,. ....... .,- .,•.•-,,-::_ . . • • • - _. NEWS OF THE MKES. Atisfmn to the Cranage. Port Kiirnu, Mich. I)ec.lR.—The steamer Ihomns i'rayege firom Buffalo to t'hlengo wlth coal, ran aground -at S o'clock last night. )at was released this morning bv the steamer Madagascar am] tug Hoynton -after throwing overboard 100 tons,of coal. .Steainpr Charlea Kelt* Iteleastftl. Manistee. Ulch., flee. Ut.—lSpeclnl.]—The tug lruia M. Wheeler succeeded-in releasing the steamer Charles Iteltz from the beach near Pehtwnter. and arrived here with her this Piornlug. The Kelt* apparently has not suffered much damage. She is discharg- ing cargo and Will be placed hi drvilock for repairs. . Claim They Saw He r Mnk. -Ca.pt. ..\\1otin Rattray of the lug W. B Castle says the lost tug Tear! B. I'ampboli ptit about for shelter with the Corona and • Jastle. At Intervals he caught glimpses of her...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 December 1895

W: JJOOl* CQIJNTir ©IJMOCKA*, S^kGEOSnkx^ Wt^i}t^ES0^:^i^i^: DOOR GQUNty DtMOGpWanyddown. Entered at the Poet Office at 8tur$kii My «i* \"•- ' teeond class matter, • ::v.:. : I*ull»hed every Saturday by the : J . J.vpJCH»JBY:- P K I K T U f t t :C0.. la Of currants the Keel t)utch White Grape w tlitf-best- And of grapes, he recoraniends the Concord, Aioore's Early, Niagara* Brighton and Delaware. Black berries should be cut, back to 3 or 4 feet high, some in July und others later as they get to proper hegnt^/.W better and have more hearing surface. Blackberries will stand 10 or 12 years, raspberries should be renewed every 6 or H years.' Strawberries should bo covered for the winter just after the ground is frozen cover with something that don't have seeds. Coveringshould be removed jnst as plants begin iogrow in spring. He closed by recommending the organ- ization offthorticultural society. WuHhlngton tettcr From our regular correspondent: Washington, December, 16th, 1895. — Pr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 December 1895

» 6 0 B COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 2 1 , 1895. IN TH&jXXJNTy. •.'.... - ^ J A C K S O X P O R T . \" , - ' ^ '.-'•'••-: . H e a d q u a r t e r s for holiday goods a t J o s . LeMere' s store. ' Don' t forget th e d a n c e a t -the Wiscon- sin Hous e Cliristmas tiight. \" T h e r e will b e a Christma s tree at the M : E. churc h oxi Ohristma s eve. Only te n m o r e d a y s remai n before the yea r 1895.will be of th e past. C:ipt. J a r e d A. J o n e s an d wife m a d e a t r i p t o Sturgeo n Bay an d back on , • Monday . :•',. '.:-_ •'• .-•, Most of th e schools i n this tow n will h a v e thei r usual vacation d u r i n g the holidays. A good deal of wood remain s on the b a n k i n g g r o u n d a t this place from last season's cut. T h e stages a r e m a k i n g good time, not- w i t h s t a n d i n g the extremel y bad con- ditio n of-the roads . Messrs. J o n e s & Phillips have discon- t i n u e d their tishing operation s at J u d d - ville ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 December 1895

-m POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, 8TUBGEOK BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 21, 1895. feS :*:::^!^ : '\"\"Christmas snows are on tiie ri&or, \" \"' -King, sweet Robhu ••.'.• •••'• \"--\"i\"'1-\"-::. And TIN Christmas Mat barns gold, i Uungty birds ate at the door, •v:/::.-,v.:-'-v.:Sw't*'tK6Mn,:8liigr :. • • L -' . : -. v':'''\" v- Aud itH'lr feathers puffed with cold, : Swe«stK6Wn,8iug! • .Tfcet*»'sa babe steeps In the stall. Sing, sweet Hobln! With the gratfs for blanket warm, J Sweet ttobln, sing! . . tlh» the beasts have given their all, SWect Koblu, sing! -ShelteHng him fromwinter storm, Sweet Jtobiu, sine! O p e Die door and call them ID, Sink\", sweet Robinf K«.Hv-boni bubo and starving birds, Sweet Bobltt, »mg! \\ Arid nil children-cold and thin, . Sweet Bobimslng! •' • • To tlift best oar house affords, SwCetHobln, sing! / . . —fiondoijSketch. i \"No matter where niea may be, no mat- ter bow far away from hoine they may g o or how long they may stay away, When Ghrstraas comes their mind...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 December 1895

B O O R C O U N T Y iJEJSOCRATV S T U R G E O N B A T , W I S . , D E C E M B E R 2 1 , 1 8 9 5 . — — ' — - • — - - • • • - • • • • - • • • - • - • ' • - • - • - • • . • - ' • ' • • • • - - . * , * .—Specimens from the new strike In the Fnaraacjst mine are on exhibition la Cnpple Creek. They .away $10,000 n ton. The mam shaft (n the Pharmacist Is notv.Bdowti some 600 feet and sinking Ts continued. : .-.'.-•'-:-^v',\" • -.- • - AAaiFlA$y••become* Ftill fairer byus- ing that salutary beautifier, Glenn's Sul- phur Soap. . T \"HilTg Hair and Whisker Dye,\" black or brown, 50c. '•-- • - . • • . V. • • \" — ~ ' — — « = - '«i7*i - v e m . o £ 8 o l l d »«V--aSx inches in thickness, is reported to hare been opened up in the Sceptre Georgetown, Gol.' S mine, near Silwaukee. §hatt you nng any. Christmas belles, ntlemen? If s , Bunde & Uproeyer's is th0e best place in the city to obtanvtbe wherewith. —Cripple Creek reports a sale of 340 Several Chicago parties are interested m the pu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 December 1895

W& . iwi^S*^^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY, ^iti%ti&Qf::tiiig aud County, ^BEttiWAS & JOHXSON, rrojpg, TWa hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very best of iecommo&aiionH for the traveling public. Hot fcnd cold water baths. Firat-elass sample rooniH. Free 'bus to and from all boats and Trains Rates 81.00 and »I.S0 per day. SAY SSHORE HOTKk, .' • ' • A. L FKIXNBK, Prop., . •\\/ 'lMr«t\\:Cio8»'.(iicc(inhiodtttioB for man and bekst.•:• A. good Wttnpie room cfrnnecttd with tiite House. Kates reasonable. P«JR8T NATIONAL HOTEL, ••* JOHN BKK«KJftSON\\ Prop. A wen-ordered bouse. Recently enlarged sod newly flatted. Good barns. Special attention given to the wania ofjarmera and their teams. Wines, Liiuor and Cigars. 3TUHGE0N BAY, WIS. | rjilON HOTKL, V M. MOEIXEK. Proprietor. Comer ot Cetor and Garland Streets. One block from Depot,, two ljlocks froin Steam- boat, Doelt. This Hotel is how open to the public, and offers superior acconimodatfonp....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 December 1895

•'•''• X'\" \"?\"••* VOL. 3, STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28 1895, NO. 49. W6 are TaKino inventoru That discloses a lot of Remnants and Odds ami Ends to be dispos- ed oL We do not -believe in in- ventorying an article twice if a lower price will move k. During the month of January we will make you prices worth taking ad- vantage of. Some New Arrivals: Curtains Paper Felt Shades on spring roller.. |5C Good quality Opaque Cloth Shades.25C Extra Fine with Velvet Border.*.. -30C Extra Fine with Gill Border...... .350 Blankets Prepare for the cold weather sure to come. 10-4 Red All-Wool Blankets..... $1.75 10-4 Red All-Wooh Finer Grade...$2,50 •10-4-'White all-wool, has no equal.$3.75 Buck Coats '••'• A new lot. ' Brown Duck, lined with rubber and flannel.............-.•.'..-.•. $1,90 Black Duck, liued with rubber and llaunel... \\ V •'•••'• $2.50 .Heavy Mackinac Jacket..... . . .$1,50 Mackintoshes A complete new line will arrive in a few days., v \"„''?,' •':A-:i-Lv,...v~v :.^...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 December 1895

POOH CQTO.TT PBMOCBAT, STtHtteEQX BATftyis. 'p^CT5iDB(EBM«'jgSifc- DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. S T U R G E O N BAY. WIS . X J, PIjmST PRIHTIHO CO., • - PoWJsliew. AMrJIER MESSAGE. - - « . . - ^ i — • • • — • Presiden t S a y s t n e L o n g - F e a r e d Financial Crisis is N o w U p o n Us . Washington, D . C , »eo . 2 0 ~ A t 4:40 p. m.' the\" President sent another mes- sage to Congress and it is being: read in the Senate. , Th e message « u as follows: To the Congress: In my last annual meg- •ago the CVIIH of onr present financial sys- tem were plainly pointed out and ths causes and means of the depletion of gov- ernment gold wore explained. It was there- in statedtfaat after all the efforts that had been tnadeuy the executive branch Of ths (foverRS5«nt to protect our gold reserve by tiso isauance of bonds amounting to more than «IO2,0OO,OOO, «ueb reserve then amount- ed to but little more than *7u(000.000 that •bout #l«,OO0,O0O bad ?«e withdrawn from such reserve during the ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 December 1895

DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. ST^lfcCJEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 28, 1S9S. *)|^ , *,aMT,*lfMI , ^Ml^^ IMKtVVELt, OLD I E A B . Old year. farewell' afar the bells lire ring- ing. ••- - • . , . .In saddened tones they sound thy dying kiiei). . ' . • - , And tell of Rifts no other year is bringing. Of joys, now past, to which we .-bid fare- Well. Dear, dear old year, your promises we cherish . For lu your deepest shadows we eau And no tofcen O r hint that o'er our fondest hopes may perish. Or that our chalu of love may e'er be broken. »l year, farewell: I groped in darkness Mindly. And so I feel 'tis hard to part with thee: For a .faint, sweet light, sens by a Fntheff kindly, ^ Tame with thy birth to point the: wav for •• -me. Ti.ut hack! the bells peal forth a New Year greeting, A New \"i'ear dawns, aud, Father, I re- - joke. 1'or the light grows strong, the Old Year's hope completing And now. iu thankful prayer hear Thou my voice. —Cleo. A TENDERFOOT'S STORY. \" T h e most memorable .New Year ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 December 1895

W H ^ * ^ iOOR GOMNTX pEMOGltftt SiOer/tttil the JPo$t Officiiat MurptonMyaii pttllabed every Saturday by the J, J. t^INNiay . Editor, •U»SOWII»TION PHICI, * 1 . 8 0 « * V«A*. iKRGEOlTBAl^IS., DEC. 28,'95 NKW i'KAtt'8 WISHKS. What BhalU wish thee? Treasurer of earth!1 Songs in the springtime, Pleasure ana mirth? Flowers on thy pathway. ^ Skies ever clear' Would this ensure thee A Happy New Year!- What BtaaUl wish thee? What can be found ifrintrin? thee sunshine All the year ronnd? Where Is the treasure. Lasting and dear. That shall ensure thee A Happy New Year? Faith that incrcnsetii, Walk!n«Jn light Hope that aboundeth, Happy and bright hove that i« perfect Casting out fear: Thette hhull ensure thee A Happy New Year. Peace In the Savior. Ketit at His feet, Smile of his countenance Kadiftiit and sweet, Joy in hts presence, ChriHt ever near. This will enmirc thee A Happy New Year. , * -F. it. Ittmwtl. EDITORIAL. IF ONK H A W t hitt is Haul concerning the \"aristoericy\" of -the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 December 1895

BOOK COUNTY JDEMOCRAT, StUKOKip^ BAY, \\VIS , DECEMBER 28, 18tK|. IN THfe^OOUH^YV XAMl'8..\"'•. .: - . - Miss Mamie Moore is visitiug friends a n d relatives at Greenleaf, Brown eouuty. '•.. .' '\"••••\" Our good sleighing has all- disap- peai'ccl. -We-are anxiously waiting for mor e snow. Thos. Whiteside has gone to the lum- ber camps of th e wes t shore for the balance of the winter. Alex Charles i s building a ne w resi- denc e o n his farm. It is to be a frame structure, commodious and substanti- ally built. SALOXA. On the 18th inst. a baby girl wa s born t o Mrs. Henry Nys. Miss Annie Brigham of Sturgeon Bay, is xisiting friends here. Miss Sadie Campbell is quite ill with a n attack of rheumatism. Miss Louise Nelson is a guest at the residence of Joh n Madden. The schools in the community, have closed for a tw o week's vacation. Mr. an d Mrs. Jos . Hoslett of the •.•Fourth' Ward spent Christmas with their parents here. Miss Lizzie Madocbe, wh o has been attending the Normal at ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 December 1895

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUBGE6N BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 28, 1895. affi^iEw^ Milwaukee Pioneer Passes Away a t • : ? SWaukesh«k^AnJnte w«t^':'.v v///// * :: 'H:V : • ••-•:: -' ' tag Career. '^: .\\ -^7 . •:::• ^4 ^uto»ijai:' wis.,: Dec. 24—Daniel Newluiii,Milwaukee pioneer, who for, ::«y^l?tt«'k»\\'h«ul'',b'iscto very ill with Iftdiieytrouble, died at 8 o'clock last night, all members of his family being a t his liedsldcl He bad been, uncon- scious for several days. Daniel Newhnll, who at one time was o*c of Wisconsin's bent-known business men, was born iu Conway, Franklin county, Mass, This was his home from Wli birth. May, 24, 1821, until be waa 17, when he settled near Loekport, N. - Y„ Where he worked two^sessons oil a farm and taught school for awhile. In 1838 DANIBt NEW-HAM* he began business for himself at Loek- |»rt, where he remained until 1844, when •ho en mo.to Milwaukee. Beginning with a capital of $,'10, he opened a grocery and provision store en-Enst. Water street, a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 December 1895

DGQB\"c&VlSTr:. »E^C^lVSTtJ^EOX BAY, WIS,* DECEMBER 28, 1895. the doctors j^rpvc^Scott's Emulsion. For whom? should be strong for babies and children who are thin, when theyshould be fat for%att who d^ their food the nourishment they should. £oor blood is starved blood. You eat and are nourished. (^nsum| tion and scrofula never come when the blood gets its proper food. And nothing is better for starved blood than COD-LIVER OIL. Scott's Emulsion is COD-LIVER OIL with the taste taken out. It isforall who feel weak, have lost appetite or are losing flesh. No one tlse breaks up cod-liver oil at it is broken ttfi in Scott's Emulsion. If you need it, get tU If * substitute ivill da. TWO 5IZES. 50c. and $«.O0. SCOTT A BOWNE, Chemists. New York. Mr. Frank Riatliff, WBidtaff at .-' Keyser, North Carolina, under fiat* of June 10, 1895, says: \"I was troubles with dyspepsia and my phyiiclan gave me Ripans Tabnles and now lean eat all I want and it does not hurt me like tt usedto. I thin...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 December 1895

Jii feftjjj^^ , . , . . , . . . „ . . .. 0 OfLeadiuKFiruiNand EfltabiiHh- '-^ottet^itBstotaV', v • i refitted thfooghout, and offer* the very best of tKsommodailoDs for the travcliheiwMnv Hot , tad cold water baths. Fim-clata sample Moms. Free 'bos to and from all ooats and •trainis. Rates MOO and M.sOperday v. ./::Vw.-v,: STt3B(JEON«A*,rW18. B AY *HOKK HOTEL, A, ,f. rKtxjnBB,Prop -: ,:-' V\\!-iw.^V-'.ciaHS%i!coininolat{on lor man and \"beast. A good Sample room connecud with :tfclajBflu*& Kat«« reasonable, iv'-SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. TC»i»ST XAWOJJA1. HOTKfc, * , JOHN MEUOKUSON, Prop. A weH-ordered house. Recently enlarged *nd netrty fitted GwdnarnS Special attention given to the wants of farmers and their teama. Wincsj Wquors and Cigars. STURGEON MAY, WIS- u NI«N HOTKt, M. MUELLER, Proprietor. rfar Corner of Cedar and Garland Streets. One ulocfc from Depot, two blocks from Steam' boat Docls. Tula Hotel Is now open to the public, and offers snperior accommodation!\". Furna...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 January 1896

^c^M' l l p R G E O M i ^ ^ 4, 1896. NO. 50. LOGflii. rauacil i Robbie vMaehia, aged h^eeb ytett£ I died- Tuesday morning tit the home bf Paul Rose, hi this city.\" He was a son of Heirrv Machia, who died a few short Regular lmmtluy next Tuesday ^veiling. Toauts^commenced on the 'OldrSdaV. • ..•,•:«•,-,•• ....e. , ..:••• , , , -. . ., -...-. i , * i ) r .... „ - i ( ^ i . M r . Roses for several weeks past apr r F l W made candy ^ w a y s ^t i stock,, p a m U l v preferring to. stuv there thati pureand fresh, at Kftukenbergs. , j V i m m e ' w i t h his step-mother. A£ •Nearly all the business places in Uip-j-thoiigli- he complained of not feeling Â¥&*$ weveelosed on the afternoon of well, it was only since last week Thurso eross^^^^ ice south of the bridge, on »« s/ai to have mourned Xery det}£ -•• V '-•::-.,-.-•:,:• \"v'_ •, -. •,\" . jjy . Ti ha d bee n makin- g hi s homefi-t it^yortlpiita Some O f tiie tliinas we ftave 5^ew Year's day •The attention of \"6nr readers is...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 January 1896

DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JANUARY^ 4 , 1896 . :i& fei^fDiiiira- JUSTICE OTWM^DOKfa Will-Have a P l a c e o n t h e President's • -0-\"-/-\"-,'• ''Commission. ••-.- Washington, jD. C * Dee. 30.-~3nn,i\\ce Brewer of tbp United States Supreme court has been tendered and lias accept- ed a place on the Venezuelan commiB- •'df6o. ''-','',:'/-.:', _ -- .-•':- '•/... •-•• ' ' / Daniel JosUh Brcver associate justice the United States Supreme .court,was SENATE'S COMMITTEES. Allls y n -HeadfS^^ip^oi^atlbnB:.- a n d ' - .. %:- ^:8he^ f , ^ D e ^ o c r a t i c / s t ^ iJSenate e^mpletetl tb^iassi^ment of^the minority meittbership ^ handed thelisttq/Senat e man o f the/^Itepbi^tkah/.caincuV::«9inttiit-': tee. The selections were incorporated w i t h the Bepubiicaii assignments, and the X'iitlre list w t s submitted t o the Senate 1 by Mr. Mitchell toddy. This list is asAJJemoeraW follows: - -:V:' .:, : •'-'-,-' :•'• .:'. .''j 1 App«»priatlbn^Ite|d})Jlcan» Allison, j chfurm...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 January 1896

J600» COtfNTY MMOCE&T, STtJBGEON BAY, WIS., JAlffJAtiY 4, 1806. KEWS OF THE liAKEa To 1'ut in Steel Furnace*. '.-.'•A' contract for putting (six steel '/furnaces ., In the steamer Charles A. Eddy ht Chicago has been !,et to the: National iloller works of Unylzlty. Mich. The work will require three months time aud give employment to li number of inen. : • - . - •' .' ••. Trylngi to Recover Bailers. Kenosha,Wis. , Dee. 30..—(Special.]—Th? tug Welcome of Chicago is at work at a point about seven miles south of Kenosha trying to .raise the boilers, of the stranded steamer Solon H. Johnson, which went •down about seven years ago. To l Named George Orr. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 2S.~fSpecIal.J~The steel steamer building at South Chicago for Arthur Orr and others will be named the -tleorge. Orr. 'T-'lte work on the craft does jiot progress very rapidly, Supt.' Babcoek, who was here recently, complains that It IK impossible to obtain material as fust as it is needed. The Steamer Britannin, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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