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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 January 1896

iio^^ • *W«abtei ins t«en newly j«nr»i*hiS tsA Muttcd ibroufihout, and oflera the *«* pestof •Â»o«mmc(jflttoa tor the trawling *«Wfo^2J^ •adcftW water bftt»«. , f ,rst\"^S%,8?M22 rooms. '•'»f*ee *bu» to and from all boats and 1 *r»to8i JiatteaMiOO «tul»l*0 per4ay. r WV-^STORGEON: BAY,' wis. : BAH SMOKK M!0TEI» i First '\"ipiftasf accommodations for man andcommittee, tesast A good sample room connected /with tMa Housed Rate* reasonable..-:. ^:. SAWDER, DOOReft. ms.'|.: ..M TOIKST NATIONAL HOTEL, * JOHN BEitGKKSON, l'ro| t ^A: w^ll-ordercd house Recently enlarged snd newly fitted, v . Gpod&iros. Specialattention given to the wint^ of fawners nnd their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. : STCKaEONBAY, wis. -. :1!* ? fNION 1MWKL, ,.::.- „ '.-0\\: \"V •? M, MOil'I^Bll, Proprietor, Corner olCcdar and Garland Streets. One blockfrom'Depot, two blocks from steam- boat Dock. • \"•:-, ThisHotel is now open to!.he pubtlc.und offers superior accommodations. Furnace heat through...

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 — 25 January 1896

m:. VOLu 4. Sf URGEQN BAY, WIS, BiilDRBAY,JANUARY 25, 1896. :md&- 6.6REISEN. 3,240 LBS. DRY CONTAINING..,. 14,519 YDS. DEATH OF JAMES KEOGlfc Were received by us on the last boat. While we are still closing out fall goods at greatly reduced prices previous to our removal, we are showing the finest and most complete stock of Spring Goods ever brought to Sturgeon Bay in one shipment. We will quote you prices hi our next ad. - Shoes*** That 50 pair Shoes put on sale last week has bcen:-greatly reduced, but we are continually adding to it. $1.90,82 25, 82.5)0, 82.75, 83.00, 83.75 Shoes go at the very tow price of Slippers*** Sold at 85 cents and $1.00, at 50CTS. A GOOD MAX COSE TO HIS REST. llrlef Ootltuo «f His Life. It is seldom we'are called upon to chronicle an event so sad as the death of our beloved citizen. J as. Keogh. One short week ago we Were glad to ah-and uouhce that he -Was .practically out of danger, and the public generally, were congratulating, themselves that a go...

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 — 25 January 1896

3^(#etJ^ •$EJS*illiSG ISi)EA$ I n j u r i e s y Receiy*d : irt '•*'Cabl e .••' C a r •'- \" -. .:'.'.''Acb(d©nj6 P r o W - . F a t a i . t o t h e . :.• •-: ••• ? - r i '-'.:• N ^ e ^ P o t t t t c l a j V : -! :''J'-'.\" -.v- - Ne w York, Jan . 21.—Gen, Tbornas I5tvi»g, ex-member of Congress from Ohio is dead. H i s death was flic result of injuries received accidentally \"yesier-. day. H e bail left his home intendiug to go down town b y t h e elevated road. A s ho reached: Third .avenue ft cable far. F i v e M e m b e r s of a C o m p a n y M e e t pasticd and he*stepped directly behind it. TOECKEt) WI^SI D e a t h In a St . L o u i s J8^V .- - '- 'v-'. '•\"/-:\",'Blaze.. . ' •'.•• • '..?• .-v ' V Mj:v/5VSt,. ij6ui«,' Mo.,: Jan . 22.—As a result ^• W a JBre ib the buildiiig at 413 Broadway, , last night, five firemen are buried: in the :f•:• ruins an d one is dead at .''Mercy hospital, vi. F o u r of th e men in th e ruins are thought Wittofito dead, whiten fifth, Rheiiihart M...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 January 1896

IMH COtJ^TT ©EMOCEAT^i^GEO K 1JAV, WIS., JANli^Kr 25t 1S00. • ^ • . . A ^ . \" -.-- - --• ••-.•-...•. v.. . . • - , ..j ::- •••,-.•.{,. :••..,•- . - • , • . - , • • - . • :.. ••••••••• • ^ _ i _ _ , ' • Souls of poets dead and gone. .Wfc.it Klyshim have roiknowu, Happy Held or mossy cavern. \"Choicer than''the Merniald Tavern? , Have ye rippled drink more tine \"Than uilne host's Canary wiueV Or are the fruits of Paradise Sweeter than those .'dainty, pies •Of venison! Oh, generous food', Tirest as though bold Robin Hood Would.' with his Maid Marian, Sup and bowse from noru aud can. I have heard that on a day -Sline host's sign-board flew away HSobody knew whither, till An ast rologer'-s old quill, T o a sheepskin gave the store, iSaid he saw you iu your glorv, : X.*Tiderueiii a new-old .sign \" » Wlppiiig beverage divine. Ami pledging with contented smack Tbe Mermaid In the Zodiac. Souls of poets dead n ml gone, w h a t Elysium have ye known, Happy Held or iaosst-cavern, • •Choice...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 January 1896

- : | J O O I i g j g i J N E : Y S D E M C ^ I'uJtshfd eVery Saturday by *l*e•-. . '#.: «F.: M f N J f E Y : ' JPHIJSTJN G V C O . T J. P I N N E V ISilitor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, S1.50 PBR YEAR. STURGEO N BAY . WIS., J A N . 25, '!»6 --.: T*tK«EllMAN Kttf'KKOK.' • ' See dot fecdle Chfiiroutt elmpr \" N i x cuiii \"ferns i\" he say, tJotChonny I'ull arnonft dor Pocra He do&'d got quite «o nay. Was iat los mlt Biltier ' Nix!.*.,.'.'.- . Hedoa'd euro for noddli»K». feln, , •• Kfght BViiy be kicks Yoost i W soon an Chonny'a sign •. Shows he's verkini? tricks, Was 1st' ion mil BMle? Nix: • He schplts it «tr»Is:ht out, Root unt stroiis, Yooat as If he know pot Ononny Pull ata'd vaitlng long Ven ho vutitH to v.o. WttRinUosmftWltfo! :'•'•.. ' ...... . Nix.' . . '..-H»dois'd schleep tnit hot\" his eyes: , He i» Up mtt Hchnuff Ven he »ees HOW dot cat files Dot loall genut Was 1st 108 rolt Kiltie'- '. Nix! Dot Chonny Pull sny \"Very goot, 1 fink dls land Is mtrm Und dwi he g'rts...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 January 1896

BOOR COUNT* l^OCUAT STUKji|(i BAY^ WIS jixiTAUY 25 • I 80S. V IN t f f ^ G Q U N T Y . ^JACKSOkpOBr.^y'.yyj, ',' Pastor Vincent conducted services in the M. E. .church on Sunday. James Maples, of Sevastopol, is scal- im,lbp here for G . AVJ Youngs asrain this winter. Robbie Burns' Birthday, v . To-day, Jan. 25th, is the birthdav anniversary of the great .Scottish poet. We cheerfully publish the following notes cohcerning him and others, that have been handed us by a subscriber, who like thousands of othei's. is an anient admirer of the famous Robbie Burns • ' . '•'-••'••'. \\ • •••' Rev. Jos. Jameson conducted divine '}. a A D V E R S A R Y NOTES, BY VEXETIA f k h £ r ^ k on S n S l l ^ 1 C h U V C h U t ! T h e tweuty-fif ih day of January .1896, i i s h U e e k o n b u n d a y k s t . , j brings with it the one hundred and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thornton have ! thirty-seventh anniversary, of the hirth been.-..slightly under the weather latelv.•( °tSeotia's plowman bard. It has been ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 January 1896

P O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , B T T r e G S o y B A Y , W I S . , J A N U A R Y 2 5 , 1 8 9 6 . *S MA«&!^ :^- ^&:--~'-^-^ S^riffis»n£#i ^ • I»roti yE: H., Halsey, ehairntUH :[M the i sjwei^l inrtfsligatiiig comiriSttfif! ,of the boipj.of university visitors to itiycKtlgafc* the Pederson charges againstPresident '%• Adams and the nniverBity^ is at wprli t«r:standing day grafting it« report in accordance wirh amendments made by the full hoard1 of visitors Jasf evening. The report ex ©iterates President Adams from charges v«f ftristocratic tendencies, sots forth (hut -dirunkerihess dees not prevail to any very great extent among the students and will recommend a reduction of fees, which ? wir-re increased sitthe* beginning, of the present year. Thereport wilt be Huomtt- tfcd to the board of University regents this evening^ ••u.^'v:}.'-' The joint committee from the boards of University andnormnl school regents, applied several months ago to adjust the difference...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 January 1896

. $ 0 W ( * - ^ t i ^ ^ fc5, 1890. JKEsir'Ssir- THE troistb. L &&«$««$£ VMS 1JWJ*^\\ THE RISING SUN STOVE POUSH in eatea -for general Wacfc.ittg'of a stove. THiS SUN PASTB POLISH tor o quick after-attlUet shine, iJM^TtEjgKSPF applied! and poI- * ished ^witha cloth. :' :-r : iv' :, ^:yhy: iqes'8l»e S w e l l ? - y | Jatttcs McKay , residing in Kinufishcr ^ * o « n t y , Ok , h a s a 3-year-old filly which : g | ^ a j r knocked : down and stunned by a yMfl\" s l» ofv lightning last: summer -. She wa s '0mm1 n r , 8 t thought to be dead, bnt after a \" ^ » t e w hours recovered sufficiently to get P I l & P - t h o u g h her right side wa s paralvzed. \"i l a few hours she swelled out verv g.aVee all along the right side from the \\$m* to the tail, but in the course of a few | | r a y s the .\"..swelling went down and she i | p a s apparently all right. B u t when an- teSper electrical storm appeared, the \"pwolling returned, and it has done so a t psvery appearance...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 January 1896

- — tti^iij$^^ ^^:K:jneiit» bf-City arid pptvaty, • •:• ....l'\\::'fti«afciyt*»r-'*-jro»ir«r*o» j»ww& •••:,. ' rrb&s hotel Ms been newly refurnfaned and wfitte^ throughout, and otters the very best of •ocomwoaBtJoB* for the trawling public, Hot and cold wat*r baths. rim-claw* sample m n i Free 'bus to and lrom all boats and mtaB.Ratestt.00 and 81.50 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Mrs. H. W. Walker, of Ahnapee, visited fi'ienils'Sn the city on Monthly. Walter Overbeck, of Almapw , visited friends here the tufts part of the week. BAX HHOKE HOTEL. A. J . KKLfcNKtt, I'rop. PJrsticiass accdtDmoaatJons tor man andMl vVeast, A good wimple room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, b O O B C O W I S . TniKST NATJOXAL IIOTKI^ •Â»\"' ,imi*i BEKGEKSO.V, I'rop. A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged jmd newly iitu'd. Goodbarna. Special attention given t o the want* of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 3TVWEOS BAY,WIS. f tNtON UOTK1., ••'•V. •••-.' M...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 February 1896

VOL.4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., S A T * R D A ^ ^ NO.^K 6.6REISEN. About some veru Low Prices! Dress Ginghams, yd...............'. 5C (Jood Quality Dark Prints, yd..... QC Finest Light Shirting, -\":' yd.4and 5C Cheviot Shirting, yd. .. ,,--...v. 5C Better Quality Chevipt .v .....,. 9C Outing Flannel,.. . . ^ . S ^ ^ ^ IOC Extra large line of Spring Styles • Dress Ginghams,.....V $&.y. 8G Aprbn CheckSj those that don't fade,......... ,V.. : i.V.w.: v,w s . : 60 Dress Prints, in an endless variety, 7C ©ticks.*** :'..: ' / |f|§ T a n with small Blue and Black: Dote, a very handsome fabric welt worth 14c, at.:... :. « DR Y D06K AN D mt. YARD. WE CAN HAVE ONE I F WE WIM-. 12*0 Over 20 pieceB ranging in price ftom 10 to 15c. No material is so suitable for stiirt waists, all being good wash- able goods. r •',/ •' : : : Oar stock in this line was-never more vv:v'(^e^lye/-W«.I^vie''Plald\\ani-Brocad- ed in Black, also Blaek with small :k' figures of different colorsii :: That shoe ^ e 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 — 1 February 1896

*s»# & $ $ $ # P8WKH6 CO., • • PnMlste, WiM CHARGES BIUBERY. County Commissioner MeNlcho'.sof :! Chicago Is tho Man \\' -'Accused. v Chicago, III., Jnii, 28.—A« it revolt of H: controversy which Circuit Judge Payhe has jxwii having -with the t»oar«l of county iroibmissionors, he today nc- • V eiised Commissioner 'Mc'XiriiolMof Imv- ing accepted a bribe of &500 in the ease of a man charged with murder. The county commissioners bave :he ap- pointing of the grand juries in Oook county end several dnys ago Judge Payne: made a statement that if n man eonld \"reach the ears of the vomitJ' Wuwiiissirmers'' ho could escape indiet- . incur, no matter how gravethe crime be was accused of. Judge Payne miiH ho had absolute proof of his charge and would present it before tln proper tribunal when called upon. The hoard -challenged him to show some proof, in HUpport of the charge and he hat taken *bem ut^their word. •' FOUKF GOLD ON HIM. Pinker-ton Dotectlvea Solva th o Wolls-Fareo Exp...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 February 1896

POOR COTOSTr DEMOCRAT STfJGEO^BAY Wig,, FEBRUARY I, 1896, \" WANDERERS Wo followed the path of years. And -walked for a while together, .Through tin* hills- of hope and the vale of - fears, • . ..- fcunned by laughter and, washed by tears, .I the host and the worst of weather. Tlil we Hiinn to a gloomy wood, ffhi'n.' onr steps were forced asunder, I5y the'twisted, tangled trees that stood,1 .Meeting .above like a frowning hood. With a world qf darkness under. •' 'Anil- whenever by chance we met In, Hie woodland's opcu spaces. ' AVe were bruised and tattered and soiled and wet. - : . ,..,-. \"With much to pity, forgive, forget, In our scarred and dusty faces. Well'—It was long ago. And the ..leaves ih the wood are falling, A s we wander to and fro, rrWitir many a change in our hearts. I know Rut still I can hear you ealliug. —London Smi. €I0LLY'S STORY. I t wa s too w a r m a n • evening, even for ,*t smoking concert, Cholly said, as h e •came bu t of his room attired in white, •-loo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 February 1896

foff&J^^ : =: : f::-'s:-i'' 'second eUis maiUr.y •\"..',: \", .• '-. ' Polished every Sntorttey by the - * ^ . P 1 K N E Y , E d i t o r . ' SUBSCRIPTION PHICE. 41 50 PER YEAR. ^ U E G E O N H A Y , W i s i , FEB. ii. ' ( C V Vaidiiiijrfo Letter, • '-. JProm our regular correspondent: 'K..:tVji8hiJQgton.: January 27th, 1S96.— President Cleveland lias no occasion to Avorry because his patriotic foreign.- im)« : ic y fails to meat theapproval of men !ik« Senator Wplcott, of Colo,, wlieh tlioir speieeliCT of alleged criticism are fol- v lowed by siieh extraordinary votes of confidence as the adoption of the Arme- nian resolution by the .Senate was . Theremins always t few men who delight in taking the wrong side of every ques- tion, but Congress as a whole is now, as it has been from the first, 'solidly behind the administrat ion, regardless of party politics, in maiiitainiug a patri- otic American policy in all our dealings with foreign countries, The Senate will this week pa**,...

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 — 1 February 1896

P O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C K A T ^ S ^ B K ^ E O y B A Y , W I S ., F E B R U A l t Y i , l S O t t IN T f l ^ O p U N t Y . .. sAtoS'A.'.'-\"'\"- '\"-\"'.-',- Albeit MHtz took a load of hay to Marinette on Monday last. Mrs. Emma Ellis wastaken ill last Sunday evfciiing. but she is better at the present writing,. Many farmers are improving the fine sleighing by hauling logs to the saw- mills. It is'feared that the mild weath- er will spoil the sleighing. \"Mrs.. Clara Spalsbury, who has been visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity, returned to-day to her home in Marinette, having been called thither by the illness of her daughter Mabel. Eugene Madoche is having a wind- mill put up on his barn. There are now three of these useful and beautiful ma- chines iu this neighborhood within a distauce of a quarter of a mile. Gilbert Oleson, the young man who has been suffering from consumption for the hist few years, passed peacefully away oh Monday, the 20th, inst. The funeral was...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 February 1896

iffSS • f f i r o f ^ ^ ^ K * o S u J 3 ^ m e 1 - 6 o f i i r t : Decision . Favpf^-' p p i j i ^ i s o n . - , W f c . : : J i i n 2&~-[Speeiak]r-T B^trAmom}: the most important appeals de- ?#V,^-:V^d'cd'^yVt)ife\"-^u£icom court a t the open- KftvKfng of its sfesiou today ymntiiRt^»i ^^ -ViWiha*i iJiaHdHi,' respondent, y F r a n k xr^xBfgetotfx ct al., appellant!!, an appeal vx from the circuit court for Milwaukee ^.?::-'^iintyi'iH''anT.cHph.Jjrbuj,'tit by a credit,-.' t-X of th e Plankinton Baal to obtain : ^ i judgment against the stockholders, w h o x'^ . v \\aremade defendants, requiringeac h of them to pay the amount of their : x - x liabilities ait stockholders, under • .v-.\\'..'-.tlK!.' bunking taw, which waken Stockholders lihfole to tfie amount ••'-.\"'. .'•.o their stock -for- the debts ofx an in- Solvent bank, and asking for a receiver.' to collect and receive from stockholders their payments, with authority among other things to make proof of claim n#ainst the es...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 February 1896

flMBWa DO0E COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY WIS., FEBRUARY 1, 189G. BEST IN THE TVOnSSD. THB RISING SUN STOVE POUSH in cakes : for general blacking of a stove. THE SUN PASTE POLISH for a muck after-dinner shine, applied and pol- ished with a cloth. •t^twBro*.. «*rop*i\\ Crmton. •Umuu.VJS. s 3. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR \"3. SHOE BpUoia.JHE If you pay S* to 80 for shoes, ex- ansine the \\V L. Douglas Shoe, and see what a good shoe you can buy for OVER 100 STYLES AND WIDTHS, C0MJKESS, BUTTON, and LACE, made in all kinds of the best selected leather byskilled -work- men. We '•'-.'. make and Bell more $ 3 Shoes , than an y o t h o r manufacturer In the world. None genuine unless name and price is stamped on the bottom. Ask your dealer for our S5 , • 4 , 83.50, 83.50, SS.35 Shoes- S2.B0,82 and 81.75 for boys. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. If yourdealer . cannot supply you, send to fac- tory, enclosing price and 36 cents to pay carriage. State kind, style of toe (cap or plain), size and width. Our Custom ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 February 1896

lp!!!!!!^^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY, OfLeadlnp Firms and Kstabllsli- menti* of City atid Connty. HOtEtTBBMOsnrJOtUSZOif, , umtMAXSs Prop*. This hotel nas been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very best of atSoommodatioDH for the traveling public. Hot Mid cold wuter bftths. FirM-class sample rooms. Free \"bus to and from all boats and trains. Kates Jl.OOand 81.60 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. BAY SHORE HOTKI„ A. J. FKM.NEB, Prop. First Clans accommodations for man andmedical beast, A good sample room connectid with tola House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER. DOOR CO.. WIS. -EUKST NATIONAL 'lIOTEb, •*• JOHN HEKGKKSOJ*, Prop. A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged mnd newly fitted. Good barns. Special attention given to the wants of farmers and their teams, . Wines, Lienors and Cigars. STUKGEON BAY, WIS. 1 fNION HOTK1., '•*-'• ' M. MOKM.EIl. Proprietor. Corner of Cedar and Garland Streets. One block from Depot, two blocks from Steam- boat Doclt. This Hotel is now «je to th...

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 — 8 February 1896

VOL. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1896. NO.3, 6.GREIM Xace Curtains. You may not want to buy them now but yon do in a month or two. That is why we tell you about them now so you will know where to find a complete , assortment. Fine Nnttingham and Irish Point, also Point de //-/ Vinice style with plain net centres, 52 pairs in one ship- ment. - , ' . ? yardslong, 36 inches wide, pair 650 *&- ii •'•*'*? 40 46 50- 55 95^5frJft\"|!^^ ' rBy the'Yard. \". 750 ' 8 5 0 ' $1.00 * * $1.25 #$2.00 1*2.50 §'$2*75 '*$3 50 500 LOCAL. $£ inch Figured Swiss, yard.. 80 inch Dotted Swiss with Border //yard.:.... ..*...... .......150 86 inch Dotted Swiss, yard... 150 .36 inch Figured Swiss, yard....... 180 51 inch Cream with large Dot and Colored Flower, a most beautiful /design and worth 50c, only... 400 |||«rels.••••.: -•'•'' \" •KnottedFringe, 24x45 inches, lar- l:*rgeJBt all linen towel ever offered „ - $&a£ the price..................... -250 fTnrkish Bath Towels, 22x40 ...

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 — 8 February 1896

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY* WIS., FEBRUARY 8, 1896. BJOTISON DEGLIHBS. IViU 1*ot be a Candidate at St. •v-i-^:.'-,:'--:-.'' '-.'z: Louis. BefttBcs to Hav9 His Name Considered ^ for ihe Presidency, : ImJlaDapoli?, Ind., Feb. 4.—Gen, Ben- jamin Harrison Is not a candidate for the nomination for President. He made tbis announcement last night in a letter • In Which he soys that he cannot consent that his name he presented to or used in the St. Louis convention, and be asks Ma friends to accept info announcement an a sincere and final expression upon the subject. Gen. Harrison's letter was bnnded to Capt. John K. Gowdy, chairman of the Jjepublicnu state central committee, who WITH ROYAL TBIBUTE. caw. nAimiKON. railed at the ox-President's residence last evening, by invitation. The letter Is'nil follows: _ The Hon. J. K. Oowdy, Indianapolis. Ind.: IB vley of the resolutionspassed bv the state central committee of its recent'meet- ing, and of the fact Unit delegates to the ttaUonn...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 February 1896

POPS cotn#r I ^ O P B J T ||BCEOK BAY, WISM FEBRUARY S, 1896. :.-•• • BOBM . HOOD'S OdOD-NlGHT. Good-ntght, good-night,* Heart's Dearest ^ T h e Hunter helds the sky— There wakes no soul in Sherwood Save Little John aud I. 'Xnix t thee and me the grasses Grow thick and soft nml greeu,t And falls a drift of hawthorn' O'er Sherwood's burled queen— 'Twlxt thee and me. Heart's Dearest. The grass is green. . -..\\.V' iShail I not soon, Heart's Dearest, tJoort-raorrow to tlree say. Ami kiss thy tips, of kisses Forlorn for muuy a day? - .•Shall J- bid thee good-niorrow, Good-night to Little John. And lay me down beside thee To si umber sweetly . oh— \"Nor dream of lonely Sherwood. Nor Little John ! •'•SS%?.!,-T*! ?° seek,,Heart's Dearest, ^ T h e land of Afternoon TV here shepherds to their lasses Pipe out a sleepy tune— wnere^kfngs nor cares may eater, \"And love grows never cold. TUiere Allan walks, a-uarplug A tune we knew of oldf Shall v.-e not journey thither O heart of cold? —Nora H...

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