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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 January 1896

: * H * ^ S ^ ^ t-Mifcefiatth*To»t dffii*: «fsturgtmnttu^f ^,V Vr~ -h r. -':'} •{ itticond etas* pwtltf. .y - S?'5':i:%'-' : '.. Pu1Ii«M d every Saturday:.j .'Hi* '-,' 'p: J . J . r H K K & Y . , B d i t r t r ^SUiBSCBiPTJON PBICS, $t.SO P^B VEAfl* :^|rilK(SoN^BAY , WIS., JAN. :4,?'06 T HE roveruie receipts for the past ycafr«nder theWilson tavilT law avo hi tixcess of those of the last year *«jif the McKitiley projective taiiff Idll. In spite of that fact, the ropnblicaa patty, ai- rways:' th« friend of themoney powers \"•arid the immensely rich classes, has thelater nerve to pretend that aiot urn to MeKin- ley protective duties will bring addi- tional revenue iiito (he tre.isiiry. It is false, an President Cleveland arid Sec- retary Carlisle know it, and so does the TJ, S. Senate know it. ANI now it is an iron niine, within thirty-five miles of Gvoi'.n Bay. and 'no other natural.outlet for .shipment than that enterprising eity. The directors of the company owning the lin...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 January 1896

O O O K C O U N T Y 1 E M 0 C U A T , i ^ U f l & S f ^ N B A Y , W I S , J A N U A R Y 4 , 18iWS. IN T*iB COUNTY. UXltlt-SBR.-- The Rev. Fr! Penning! , pastor Delwieh, conducted divine services at St. John's church on Sunday, and at Initio Sturgeon ou Monday. Miss Alice Kwffh and H it.. McDonr aid. teachers of Districts 'Nos. 1 and\"i, L GreenBay last Monday where they will engage in the carpenter business. * , Services were held in St. Mary's of1 Catholic church on December 26th, by the pastor of the Ahnapee church. Herman Plett tier returned from the wood* last Friday. John Keogh and Win. Stonemau have also returned. ' Pcfer. Baru.hardi, who 'has-been em-.' spent the holiday'vacation at their res- j ployed on the Sturgeon Bay section of pec-live- homes, the farmer at Forestvilla i the A. & W. it. H., returned home New nnd the latter al'Ahnapee. ' Year's day. There, was an cniertainineiU given by the teacher and pupil*' in the'seiiooi- house. in Disl. Jyo.'.S. Your corresp...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 January 1896

pt¥§B- lltl POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JANUAR Y 4, S® ^SM^^M^^iM&^W^W^ M±&- tiaiJgnit«a by:a, Ntgiit-y~: ^Fond^du^L ^ 30.--{Spe- ! :d»l$--The large brick buHding ©wned /by^hii Reinlg, together with the #»»*?* ? fiirimhing stock of Henry Altpass, were =/ burned early this morning, causing a loss igas^xplosian. The gas pipes in the store cracked in som? manner, allowing: the store to fill A lamp in the rear of the establishmentignited .\\tbc.-gns-ftnd « terrific explosion occurred. The large -ilatip «la»« in the* front of the store was inlly twenty fwt. A policeman :J S wB #«* on the beat at the time received = RSevereshock. The insurance will v aniMnt to fSOOOi -. „ , , , Kauknnna. Wis.. Dec. 30.-~tSiMiaL]- The residence of Ed. Lawler, known as the \"Bowery,\" located just outside the city limits, burned to the ground Sntnr- • day afternoon, The fire caught from a defective flue. The building and con- ierito were valued at $2500 insurance, ?1JOO. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 January 1896

•:$f»:&«i^^ BAY, wis.» JANTTAKY 4, isoc. —f£he electrolitic refining of Montana ana Arizona copper has to a great extent equalized the value of Lake Superior, ana Western copper, and for all practical purposes Western refinedcopper is fully as good a s the lake product. Red Blood Is the foundation of health: The way to hayemch , Bed, Healthy Blood is to take Sarsaparilla H o o d ' s Pill s cure all Uver Ills. 25 cents. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR W. L. DOUGLAS •3.SHdE B ^^ H E If you pay 8 4 to « 6 for shoes, ex- amine the W.'X. Douglas Shoe, and see what a good shoe yoa can buyfor OVER IOO STYLES AND WIDTHS, CONGRESS, BUTTON, and 17ACE, inado in all klndsofthobest selected leather by skilled work- men. \"Wo make and sell more $ 3 Shoes . than any o t h e r manufacturer i n the world. None genuine unless name and price is stamped on the bottortu AsV your dealer for *u 88 , $4,83.50, S3.BO, 8».25 Shoes 82.50, 8 2 and 81.75 for boys. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. If yourdealer cannot supply, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 January 1896

D O O K C O U N T * D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S l ^ l m e i i t e o i r * ^ ^ ..'.'•• HEItMAN A SOHV^nf,Vr0p».r TWehbtei has »)een newly refurnish^ and ttefitted throughout, and often.the very bcstof itcojiimwtetionutor the traveling white. Wot '•Â»Mr£oT water baths. .F»ffit-cte*j sample {rdoina. Free 'bus to ana from all boats and tralDH. Rates fl.00 and'•1,60 per day. v . STITHGEON JUY, WIS./- -vv':,--..:'.: BAY SHORB HOTfcW Ai J, KKi-I.NKU, I*rOp. irirjif Cla.i* aceornmodationM for man and •beast. £suoo& sample room connected with ^Ms Botiw. Rates reasonable. SAWYER. BOOB CO.. WIS U»IIIST NATIONAL MOTKfc,' •* .WHJtf IrKUOKItSON, Prop, A Wleofdered'liouse. Hceently enlarged and newly flited. * 5oo barns. Special altentfon (riven to the wants of farmers and their wains. Aminos, Manors and dwarfs. BTimoEONHAY. WIS. 1 |MOVMm:i,, ' V ' - : S t . M O B U J E B . Proprietor. Corner or Cfdarmid Oarlaml Streets. One olou'fc from Depot, two blocks from Steam- ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 January 1896

VOL. a. |#ak: |tf|Jagg^| ||||^ STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1896. NOiSlv 6.GREISEN. I LOGflL. CfcHUtneiiciiij?-——- ^ '.:: FEBRUARY 1ST.S ——-Anti lasting-^— ijTWOWEEKS. This will not lie an ordinary happen- ing-^not a reduction of a-few articles— but an emphatic bid to reduce bur entire stock before movinginto our new store. The cut in price of... GLOTHING • Will b e a f e a t u r e o f thi s s a l e . Never before have we offered such dis- counts on ready made clothing its will be done then. One and all of the dif- ferent lines will be cut with the same knife and the result will lie seen in the greatest values over offered to the Stur- geon Bay public. Discounts range from 10 to 30 -per cent.- :..-,'•.• -. .-, .:. A F e w of t h e N e w T i l i n g s ^ * Outing Flannel, new and handsome ' patterns, per yard . . ..^ .. . ':-'-: Royal Doniet Flannel, a good heavy dark outing cloth, at'.'.VL-.••',„ '',.,.!7C Dress Plaids, much heavier , better than prints...'.. .... and 5C...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 January 1896

IflSiPS! ?5! mom^o^mrt.. ptfogfo^ S T U R C g O N BAY, WIS X J,PnraEY PRIHTIHG CO., - - Pnbllsftere, .'« •'/\"'\" •'•'?'.•- • ..-••\"•-J.I-• •-\"• •-\"\"• -•_•• •:.• j • '' ' ' \" ' c.aa HAVAKA HOLDS i)TJT A1MES IS REARRESTED The Habeas Corpus Proceed- ings Are Set Aside. Terror Reign s In t h e S t r e e t s , fo r ^ N o b o d y K n o w s W h e n t o *. , E x p e c t A t t a c k . Havana, Jan. 7,—Terror reigned su- preme last night in the streets of Ilu - vanu. . The condition of affairs was so grav that no wonder was expressed when .'-cable'.'inquiries..came from the United States touching the safety of the city. It appeurs that the startling report was *»ciit out that the insurgents had gained 'entrance to the capital. Affairs have not reached that stage, but no one know* when it may become un accom- plished fact Throngs of affrighted people rushed wither and thither last night with anx- iety and fear depicted in every feature. The government house and the tele- graph offices w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 January 1896

i[ji ' jf ry»^.i| pbpBcpuifo? ^ ••,.'.•:../ . A Ql!ARBEVJSSIE» _: She looked at him with riutcfcstirprise. She looked at hiih with tear-brltmned eves, Her tight-closed hand no motion shaped, Jso word her curling lips escaped: His eyds were bright, his voice was clear Ho only said: ''I love yon, dear!\"' ' : Her eyes were deep with anger's\" hue, 'They softened into tender blue The haughty curve her lip forsook Her haad lay open .on the book Thou as lie spoke h e drew more near. And said again \" I love you, dear'.\" W h e r e sweet love dwells-wrath cannot stay He r smiles chased all the tears away, She looked a t hlra: \"Ah. do not fear, Jl. too, can t?ny. *I love you. dear\" \" \"His smile replied: \"Our hearts are near.'* His words were still: \" I love you, dear!\" •Â»Ah! when the fire of anger burns. Ami all life's,sweet to bitter turns When eyes are flashing, lips close set, Prepared to storm and to regret Then, happy we if Greatheart near, : Have strength to. say \"I love y...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 January 1896

D O O t t C O U N T V D E M O C K A T , S T U K G K O K B A Y , W I S . , J A N U A R Y 1 1 , 1 8 H 6 . '•\"'\"''• •/^•/•y--'-- \" ••'•'''''••'''-•^••-'••i'^,*::k]^ mm •••- ' : ^»n((aflMW^i : : ^!'•^?y , ^ \\- J*ali«hed every SaturdayJ -ths / / ' j/ M^-i»lNN*nrV-pto w J , j : p I N N E V , B d i t o r SUBSCRIPTION PBICe, S1.S0B YBAR S T U R G E O N BAY, WIS., J A N . U , //.\"^•/^'EPlfbRift^ IJrHAM has dearly- proven himself t o he nd-thing more than si mere clown i n the/Governor's scat. A weakly, iwtwyer- ..'tearing.office seeker. TilKHE w a s l o be no more \"tariff tink- ering'? when the republicans regained -control o f both •houses last fall. Yet when President Cleveland asked them to legislate to protect the V. S. treasury, they at once framed and passed a bill designed to \"protect\" a few millionaire manufacturers. Tliat in republicaniiini, pure and mmple, anil to bofcxpe'eted,-. of course. T U B Advocate says that the- country has \"fallen into the hands of a lot of pol...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 January 1896

IXKXR CQUXT* 1EM0CKAT ^TlpGliJON BAY, WIS., JAKUAUY 1 1 , 1800, Miss 51. E McQuaid is reported to hequite seriously ill. 1- : DvJ F Mullen, of Bturgoon Bay, was In town the tiirst oftliii vveuli, •7Unless sleightitg eomes soon, not touch i-stuff\" will v In banked hen this Twinter. F a r m e r s stilt enniimu* t o haul ocea- tioua l i» uls iif, wood t o m a r k e t on .^wsigyiis.- :. D i v i n e service* \\ve.s\\vheld in th e M. E vchtiJrh Si»n»l.»y A: M'7 Rev . Vincen t ' Officiutinj . - A t this '-writiiiji .••the- baromete r indi- cate s ast«un i o t sonit* kind. Hop e it iyii b e stunv 7 ? 0 . W . Youngs, of Ahnapee. wa s her e cwitiun th e past week, looking after his ''•.business interests. Fifteen degree s below zero here last S a t u r d a y morning , which m a d e it th e boldest of th e season. : T h e Misses M a r y an d Sara h McQuai d visited friends in Baileys Harbor , th e latte r p a r t of last week. T h e D E M O C R A T is steadily gainin g in pdpularil v a m...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 January 1896

POOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JAJOJARY 11, 1896. OF DR. BAfiBEK. '•ff-:-pM ^County J^8s^8 AWav ::at • £ £' 'WWtertwn, Wis.-, Jan, 7.^Sp»ciaiJ-r- ? 13^M,N. Barbery oine of ^tbe be»t-koow» - j^j^iciaiJS in this ^Vicinity, died St his \"- &some here last night, :VagM:v^':year{. j Srtie itpnicdiate cause of aefttfi* was a : wtroke of apoplexy sustained Saturday evening, Dr, Barber was born in .'New i**»rk State and came to this city in iS4#, practicing bis profession here ever since. :Me :wa» twice married, his weend wife and the following children surviving: K 'ts. ,T. . Buchanan Omahn Neb.j Miss.Laura Barber, this city Dr. Neal Barber, Kau- Jcarrtia. ,. ':•:-:A'^':^-'[ '•-••'.- Xppieton, WM, Jan. 7--4Spcclal.]~crackNeenah - \"Sl«ire ,'S.- P. Ming, --who for twenty* three years had been a justice of the peace in Appleton, died this mdfning Jrcom a complication of diseases at ike \"-age of 78 years. He bad been a promi- nent figure in Appletou affairs -'since- 18...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 January 1896

:: pfo frq6yi^PB^cRA.fesfrpwigoji BAT, Vis., JAJSTIAEY II, Isoo. Tfcis great success of th e chocolate preparations of the house of Walte r B a k e r & C o . (established in 1780) has Jed t o th e placing on the market many misleading and unscrupulous imitations of ^eir:^rn^ Baker 8t Co. ar e th e oldest airid largest manu- facturers of pure an d high-grade Cocoas and Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are used in their manufactures. Cohsiimers should as k for, and be sure that they get, the genuine Walter Baker & Co.'s goods. WAITER BAKER & CO., Limited DORCHESTER, MASS. 'tf, It's your money and your dress tha t you wan t t o save, but you can't save either by using cheap trashy binding. Pay a v few cents more and get BIAS VELVETEEN SKIRT BINDINQS which last as long as the skirt Look for \" S . H . & M.\" on theand label and take no other. If your dealer will not supply you, »« will. Send lor samples, showing labels and mato- mis. totfle S. H.&M. Co.,r...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 January 1896

• : i W $ $ ! ^ BUSINESS f:: «ff Leading Flr*ris ana .'iJ^tabitgh*-' ./^./menti of City and Connty. HO T K t T RKMONT, \" HEU.MAJ* * JTOHSSOJf, ttop*. '••\"'TWA hotel hae been newly refurnished and refliwd tbottf?tiout,&r> offers the very best of accotnmodatioa* for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths, FJr«t-ci»8» s&nfple rooms. Free 'bun to and from oil boats sod tralos. Rates *l.oo and li.fidpcrday. STUnpEON HAY, WIS. BAY sHOBB HOTKt . A. J . FKMbNKR, Prop. First Clmn accommodatlona for mutt and boast. A KOOfl sample room connected with this House. Ratea reasonable. ••.'•'\"'••\"• SAWYER, DOORCO,. WIS. -KUKST NATJONAl. HOWL, •.••*-. JOHN HKIitJKKSON, l'rop, A well-ordered house. Keeentty enlarged and newly. fitted.'...-•' Good haniR Kpeciid attention' given to \"the wants of tarituin) ant) -'their team*, Wiae», Ltfjuoi-8 and Citturs. B'l'VimiXlNliAY. WIS. • BflYVlSW ITEMS. .}. E. Spaishury and Simon Maloney mad« a business trip to Forestvilie 01V Tu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 January 1896

m- e: VOL* 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY IS, 1896. NO. 52. GREISEN. I LOCAL. Commencing' — • FEBRUARY 1ST., ^——And lasting—— ^TWOWEEKS. This will not be an ordinary happen- ing—not a reduction of a few articles— but an emphatic bid to reduce our entire stock before moving into our new store. Shoes*** 50 pair, the kind we have been selling at $1.90 to $3.75, are now on sale at................ .$1,75 All clean first class goods. Slippers*** Velvet and Red Kid Wool Lined. We sold them at 85c and Sl.OO, this sale. .-'..., ..'.:..\"-.,../..' 50C Jackets*** Ladies' Jackets sold at $9.50 for $7.50 Ladies' Jackets sold at $10.00 for $8.00 Ladies' Jackets sold at $7.00 for $5.00 Ladies* Jacketsvsold at $4.50 for $3,50 Ladies' Jackets sold at $3.50 for $2,50 Misses' and Children's reduced 20 per cent. Clothing*** Come in and let us make you a special price on anything you want in that line. With a few exceptions we offer all our Boys and Childrens Suits at 20^CINT.DlpOJ|NT, This me...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 January 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAT , WIS., JANUAR Y 18. 1806. gtif STURGEON BAY, WIS. |gglp$H^^ #HTTHBB0M Mr. Spooner Says Separate oeivershlps Cannot Safely -'•,-?:' v.•'•• .\"^Coritihtie..:•.•• .'-. Re. gw-^jVWashJiigton,:- £ C , Jan. .14.~rAfiso- •: £ - 52ate Jij»tic8F{(«M Harlan, Brovvii and W ? W B r e w w of the Sttjireme court in chain* j ^ ifecrs gave a hearing to the httoriioyl !g'^\"'-::rf^l»o.v«i'rd:Intcrc8ite!«r in. having the rev • V :i eeiversbip of the Northern Pacific rail* jA '.' toad consolidated. f H/: : The attorneys present were ex-Senator ~: v Spooner and Mr. Turner, representing I the Farmers'•Trust company air. Pettit s . •'• for .the railroad company Joseph Choate, / the Adams committee of bondholders % nnd Mr, Cardoza for the Livingston p, eommittce of second mortgage' bond- t ,-holders ••. : • •- ......While the arguments went into the iif- fairs of therallfond in great detail, show- : ing its u^iaiicint condition and the fact • «f the CoMiielitig ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 January 1896

DOOR COtTNTY D E ^ C R ^ 8 # 0 » G E O N BAT , W I S , JANUARY 18, 1890. m^vtiPtit. H.psm: ••-.••••'.' A s I .remember the Ursjt fair touch O f those beautiful hands that I love so .'•'•• much. I seem to thrill aa I then was thrilled Ivissing the gloves that I found dhflllcd—. When I met your gaze and the queenly • • bow • ••'•-.•• •• • A s you said to me laughlugty, ''Keep it now\"* .-•-.•- And dazed and alone in a dream I stand KlSslng tine gho3to£ your Ijeantiful hand. When first I l o v e d i n the Ion? ago, .And held your hand as I told you so— -Pressed atuVcaressed it apd gave it a kiss. And saftl, \" I could die for a hand like this'.\"' Little I dreamed love's fullness yet, TIad ti rip? wlieu eyes were wet, And prayers were vain In their wild de- mands For one warm touch ot your beautiful bauds. .: . . ' • . . • Beautiful hands! O beautiful\"Mauds!' •Could yon reach out of the alien luuds Where you are lingering, and give me to- night Only a touch—were it.ever solight— •.M...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 January 1896

•M ' | $ ^ ^ | ^ i^iioy?4fy ':-2v Ji JvlPINNmY, E d i t o r . . aUBaCBIPTION PHIC0, S1.50 PBH YBAH i STURGEON BAY, WIS., JAN, 1$ 'fl6 V'-. EDiTORIflt.^'.:: Ip THE state is sick, ta* the people if the state is well, make it sick, and then tax the people. ^Ji matter what the ills of the state may be, the one only remedy hs more taxattou-~^«W*««»«^' WHATEVER else the present congress may do, they should not fall to levy more taxes. The country would forget what a blessing the g.o . V-J^U^ should fail to levy more taxes, \"\"\". HiGHEU taxation, more protection anil greater wealth for the rich, hea- vier inirnens for the poor, and more moneyfor the politicians to squander, constitute the universal pariicea of the quack statesmen now in congress for all the Ills •the statu 'i» heir to. A STAKTMNO piece of news appeared in the last issue of our esteemed con- temporary, to the effect that Congress- man Minor's family at Washington were looking for a now domestic, Won- der If the colo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 January 1896

ijb^Bvdoitira^v IN THB COUNTY, Mr. J. P. Tobiu took another load of iisb to Sturgeon Bay this week, E.H. McDonald, teacherof Dist. NQ. 1, spent part 61 Saturday and Sunday at hif hbuiein Ahnapee^ Louis Henqainet who is employed at : Stephenson jAieh., transacted business here for a few days this week. We ate sorry to say that Mrs. Otis Smithi who VVJIS so far along as to be tip arid around:,'vis at this writingagain -very ijil, '•••':• A party was given at Neuville's hall last Wednesday evening. A number of our young folks attended and enjoyed agoodtirae. - JACKSON-l'OKT. Weather is all that could b desired. as scarce as hen's .v. Death of Robert:PeteJ^n. •--//*/:.V,- . ' Robert Peterson, of Rowley's Bay» aged sixty, died on Wednesday uibrn- ing, after an illness of only four days duration. He leaves a wife and four children. The funeral will be held at Sister Bay to-day, Saturday, and inter- ment made in the cemetery at that place. Deceased was a brother of Fred Peterson, town tre...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 January 1896

jj^^^^iifi^^^^J^^^^^^M^I^^: Firemen Had Difficulty In Fighting /f^B/l -/1*^ $ffOi^Mt']Wis., Jami&^ptemj—' :^r sIWa^$ \\rfl^.deStro3rc by:.bW:.at/a^.c«r)y/ // i^^ tiii»v itnarnfng.''- --?5!lje, /loss . Jsesti* £:Vi«a^ j.'i^^ about half that amount / . /'• :/#*e blaze Was discovered about 7 ^o'clock i« one of the workrooms, having si*tt*cd '':Jfi^''tbc'lalIing-db.ivn::«tra'ii:'6T«r. heated stove. The alarm wasquickly responded to, bat the firemen: found it Wear/difficult to fight the flames as the Bttlaawcresfrozeu in some eases and it was some time before the s t e r n s were r being thrown on theflamed:,/•Â«*• they •sbould have been. ThefireittencoHtbit'd their efforts to Kaving the adjoining-:builds ittga when it -became evident that they could hot (fare:the carriage factory* The firemen worked until 11 o'clock, wheti the Llaai* iras gotten under i-outrbl. The buiiiilag, however, was a total Jos». TJie walls all saved in and the building will !»«« to be entirely rebu...

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 — 18 January 1896

' \" ' ' ' . - . . . . - • . . : . . . . . - - . . - . - • - . - - - • • • • • - / • - • : • • - , . • . ' • ' . \" . \" • • • • • • - • . . • • • . • _ _ _ _ _ _ , : » ' . * ^ People (Overlooked the^ importilrice of per- JtaanontJy B e n e f i d ^ j r ^ t a M d w « e sd it6\" 3-* ^ ^ transient action bu t now - ^ • a t l t ?,? Senejraliy known that Syrup o f ' • • ?: *.!8 S ?*»\"•permanently cure habitual con- ^tpaUon ^eU-}n'£o^ca:v'people: will not *uj .other, laxatives, whteh ne t for a time, hutfinally injure theigystenu ''•:• ''^.^n' ^••AHt#el^ ^ 'ckth^^S»t''^tBeX are seventybeUs soine of them of great ftntiqaity. : One, the Garolus, given by Charles V . Kin« of Spain, Empbrer of -Germany and Atchdmse of Austria, i s only irnng twice in each year, when it i s sjud^to take sixteen men to ring it. Th e amalKum of which i t is made consists «t RoW. silver and copper, and the bell, jvithrthe metal it contains, is said to be /wiorth $100,000. ' C a t a r r h C a n n o t B e C...

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