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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 February 1896

liiiioilr^ ©EMoeRfl f £ S ^ ^ & ^ J i N N B Y . .Editor.',:. ?o JfllyBiBCIIIPTloW PRH36, »1.50 HB V BAH ^ttJR6EGN. fiAY\",: WIS. rEB, EDITORIAL. m, grand old party will be h&ird (foitt. It is thepolicy of tfce ^pnbiicaus toinake 1 A it i^)peartlwt the lcniqjcrati is fib*-. OUy CooncU and . K. »f w. p«»)f SeiwlfliD t it wlUl»f)uh i to b th e liv e Uest corpse outride tbe cemetery. .It isi tod'early yet to form much of an Ideaof the :6tiiin political contest. It is yet an oveMt of tbe fntiire how mauy antagonistic elements will enter into it, or bow rimny candidates tliere'/will be but this much of it-lfl sure, there will be a deiijoeratic candidaie, with a host of supporters.—Green Bay Advocate. The reptibliean senators need not imagine for a moment that they ..can- divert the attention of the country from the neglect of the-.country's business by firing off pyroteebnical remarks about Britain, Turkey and other foreign countries. The people know that the country is in ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 February 1896

J i $ ^ ^ IN TH&OOUNTY. '-•'..••••' ..•• JACKS ONPORT. -'' Y^.^7 John Wteidermaun of VosevUley was in towu Sutiday. ! Bear tracks have lately been seen in various parts pf the tow«. Mr. and Mi*. Jas. Ridings of Bailey's Harbor, were here last Saturday. State veteruiary surgeon, Jv I. Scott passed through here on Wednesday. Philip Rlause has about recovered from a .quite severe attack of La Grippe. Frank Lbrido, proprietor of the Wis- consin House, is cutting his supply of ice.. .•••: Mrs. A. H. Ereland was over to Egg Harbor oil a shopping expedition Tues- day. ••• • ' •'••''• ••\".... • Robt. H. Butler, who has charge of the Horseshoe Bay school, spent Satur- day last here. Geo. Feuersteiu, of Sturgeon Bay, was combining business with pleasure here- abouts last Sunday. Abner Calhoun prides himself on having the best team of horses in. the town and well he may, too. Chas. Leist is i-unning the engiue in Leist & Stephan's saw-mill a^aih thi3 whiter. Charlie is a good enginee...

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 — 8 February 1896

B^:^^v'Sijieripr r . !Wis,.: • Eeb'^ 4 --^p-* 1^UBIJ~-A rocoiit decision of the Supreme 2 • 'jwift-.v. ha s revived an blii damag* case K'wblcliVwas\" first tried in the Circuit w n r t vV i -foi:^it1iii8- -,di8iri'ct atiouf five years v V '35be ^c is that of Mrs, Edwar d Stra «ter against the Eastern Minnesota rail- way* 0 v ^ h e r l i t t l e sbn Was run over by one of the defendant's ?'- enfthte» and instantly killed. An action for 95000 damages was then comthoneed in the circuit court and was brought up for trial before Judge Marshall, Th e ^case w a s thrown out of court and wa s tfien taken to the Supreme court. : T h e higher court holds that it is an action of fact for jury and remauds it back for trial. I t will be tried before itfudge Vinje a t the next term of the circuit .•• ..«nirt.,.',:v -: ••\".•: •-•,-•• ' •. / ' ,-: TO SUCCEED,£. D. COE. Wtdtitwator Poitoflloa to P a i i r r o r a R e - pbblfcftn to I««nocratl Hands . Whitewater, Wis., Feb. 4.~I«peclal.]~~ T...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 February 1896

# e j j ^ : i ^ ^ BAT, WIS.»1PEBRIAABY 8, 1896. BEST SX T H B WOKUD. THE RISING SUN STOVB POLISH la - t a k e * for general blacking of a stove. * THE SUN PASTE POLISH for a quick •'.-after-diuuer shine, applied, and pot- •-': ished with a clolh. Wbww ttro., P o y n Canton, aims., p . s . ^ KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when Tightly used. The many,*who livo bet- ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical teing will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy. Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas- ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of \"a perfect lax- ative effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the ...

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

vpW9 DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., F E B R U A R Y S , 1896 . BUSINESS Of Lending Firms ami i E ^ f c U s ^ HOTEL TBimttNT* i^Bb^ihM been newly reforoisfced and Wfltted throughout, and offers the very best of •ceommodatlonti for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths. First-class sample wonts. Free 'bus to and from all boats and tratofe Itates ti.W and ?».«) per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS, BAYMUOlt,UJ UOTKL, A . FEtXNKH, Prop* Krst Class accommodations for m a n and fceast. A good sample room connect* d with •Ms BOUBC. Bates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. FIRST XATIONAL HOTKX, .IOHX IIEKOfclWON, P r o p . ' A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good barns. Special attention -given to the wants of farmers and their teams. Wines, Llruor and C'iKars. , ' - . ' . STURGEON BAY, WIS. 1 fSIOJi HOTEL, Corner-of'Cedar and Garland Streets. One block from Depot, two blocks from Steam- boat Dock. This Hotel tanow 'jpi'ii to the public, and offers -Huper...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 February 1896

:|iV:s i'iS|iS®|S|lj^BBiiili VOt*. 4. prtifciEo^ BAY, wis., siipkdji^^ mm^m^l^mSS^mS^^li W&W .GRHSEK Next to the Ship Yard and Dry Dock, which by the way is to be located in our city, bursal Ones , come next ^as::. a public :^ltefiti-:'5 If ypti • ate Y iir dpqbt, come in and look usvpyer^- S Always soltt at 12c, we bought ^:i , ^Something pver 4W yards j - . S : ^Slightly below the real value, v XK'ADa will sell this lot only at.i.^jOG'music. : :^i^*l,35 ^aae^//^ :bpUj * ' 16tv at y a',Creduction- -abY 9&$S& LOCAL. Next week 'Wednesday is the _.„-- uing of the Lenten season. TWUJIEAD WANT a watch? T- J. Peach has them from $2 up. Warranted. Circuit court will convene on Tuesr day of next week. Unless Judge Hast- ings illness prevents. One farmer has already delivered up- wards of thirty big loads of hay to'the west shore market. DEATHS CAUSED BY TRICHINOSIS begin - A^.^__ Passenger business on the stages that cross the ice to Marinette and Meuomi- nee continues good. C...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 February 1896

BOOR COUNTY DEStOCKAT, STtTRGEdsr BAY* Wlfi, PEBBIIARY 15, 1806. lliCooNTY DEMOCRAT. S T U R G E O N BAY. WIS. JUMNNEY PRINTING CO,, - - Publishes. M WALLEB'S RELEASE. Ambassador Eustls Instructed to Accept Conditions imposed by France. WnshinBtoiu D. C, Fob. It-Ambas- sador Eustis lias fcra instructed to ac- cept .tin* offer of the French government to release ex-United States Consul Wall- er from further imprisonment and par- BX-00N8IU, WAM.EH. WHN BULL GIVES IN. don his offense on condition Hint the af- fair be thereby terminated as between Franco mid the United States and that the latter make no claim in behalf of the prisoner based on his arrest, conviction or imprisonment. Waller may, however, sue Jn the French courts for damages for ill-troatfiient, These facts ' showing the amicable termination of the celebrated Wnller in- cident appear in the correspondence sent to both houses of Congress today by the PrpsJdorit in answer to n resolution of Inquiry upon the subject. Secrotn...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 February 1896

DOOR COUNTS\" DEMOCRAT, «Ttiit«ttCON^ .BAXi^S.r^BRtfABY iS^llt&f A GlttESOME JOE. Oh, flee from his pathway, all creatures of' vice, . Ami likewise all good men and true For he handles a weapon wore cruel than nice, • , • And its terrors are thirsting for you. - His wounds are not mortal. He challenges not , To combat that reddens with Mood. But the blushes he raises are never forgot The man with a handful of mud. And he hurts It on high, and he watches It spread And his laugh echoes fearful and loud, lie cares not, though some may alight on his head. If It only bespatter the crowd. The whiter the object, the deeper the stain, When abuse covers all in its flood .But his joys are his own, and he laughs at their pain The man with a handful of mud. —Washington Star. 1 1 H I Ml . It was a quiet wedding—no show, no fuss, no flurry, but just unostentatious and decorous, as best beseems the cere- mony. No carriage even. Only a step separated Ben Vnrley's cottage from the church, and ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 February 1896

ltlli^ffl:-r :: S& i l O O B C O U K T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U K G E O M ^ V i W I S , F I ^ K t ^ B Y 1 5 # i » « 6 . ftfifiR -Aftl IWT V H F JUHARflT posert to the republican senatorial caucus U U U I l U U U n 1 7 UL/HUUIVf 1 1 . ,,y t ] m t e i n i l i e l l t g l a b bag statesman, Enured at the -Pott. Ojfice at Sturgeon Bay at George FillMiie-npHoar. of Mass., whosehome second dot* mutter. - - eliwuWike countermine-' never beams r—~-~~ ~- ,^-w^—v^~~~»w- quite so daz/.ingly as when he sees anew Puliahed every Saturday i»y the opportunity to run his hand into the T f m v W v M M N T l t t n r^* LN'sitioiial treasury. His new scheme J which already pays Senators a salary of J. J. P I N N B Y , . E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, SI.50 PER YEAH. STURGEON HAY, WIS., FEB. 15, '«i(i. EDITORIAL. NEXT Tuesday is the date set by Gov. Uphitm for the Legislature to meet, and enact an illegal apportionment. That it will be illegal there h no doubt. No matter what sort, of an app...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 February 1896

lpB)COUXTY lEM0CKAT STUKGE^K-^AV^Sj^0$M$^&1f'^»^ijt^ ^:|:-^..'- /.: ,:-,'.' G A R D N E R. •'•Miss Frances McDonald, of Ahnapee, was visiting anions friends here last week.- Miss Mary Hentjuinet left recently for 'Stephenson. Mich.,' where she will Spend a few weeks visiting with rela- tives and friends. 'Willie'Smith, who was employed in •one of the lumber camps of Michigan for a couple of mouth* this winter, re- turned to his honie recently. Mrs. Otis Smith together with her two youngest daughters, Ethel and Eva, and son. Harry.\" left for Minnesota, lately. Mrs. Smith went there for the purpose of receiving medical treatment, she having been ill for the last year. The young ladies of this town are not forgetting that this is leap-veav. They are giving a Leap Year and Masquerade Party, (combined) which will be at iNeuville's ball Monday, Feb. 17. 'Sirs: If MeEacham, of Sturgeoii Bay ivl!a ^i|iting:ifriends. here..'- •' • \" :. 5 g S | ::5SMrSlatid- Mrs: 'Wm^^:Hiltott*^6f :aif...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 February 1896

DOOB ^Q13]S ^ BEMO ttattmmwm • • ' l ' — — • — - — ' — — Setback t o th e Proposed Fax River Valley Water Power-Corn- b f n e . •• ' • A p p l e t o n , W i s . , F e b , , 1 1 — [ S p c e i n l . ] ~ - O u t l o o k fo r th e eonsuinuiatici i o f t h e w a t c r n o i v e r consolidatio n projec t a n d or- g a n i z a t i o n o f a c o m p a n y i s . n o w n o t s o W i g h t a a soni c tim e UKO. F o r a t i m e t h e G r e e n B a y a m i Mississipp i C a n a l company hel d ou t ,'iKainst t h e t e r m s o f t h e a g r e e m e n t . T h i s difficulty lias n o w b e e n a d j u s t e d , hu t n n e w a n d m o r e neri- fim o n e c o n f r o n t s t h e projector.1* o f t h e Bcheme . W a t e r p o t v e r o w n e r s or e u n a c c o u n t a b l y s l o w t o ' s u b s c r i b e thei r allotted . portion s of t h e capita l stoc k a n d t h e . f o r m e r e n - thUBinMiu h s i s • g i v e n plac e t o a p a t h y dt c i d e d l y dniiKemtm t o th e KtieceKs o f th e project...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 February 1896

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURCJEON BAY, WIS., FEBRUARY 15,1896* xrhat gives Hood's Sarsaparilla ha great popularity, increasing sales' and wonder- ful cures. The computation, proportion and process in preparing Soou's Sarsa- parilla are unknown to other medicines, and make it peculiar to itself. It acts directly and positively upon the blood, and. as the blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system, all the nerves,1 muscles, bones and tissues come under the beneficent influence of Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. 51 Hond' Pi lie c n r e Liver Ills easy to | I W U ° * \" \" i a take, easy to operate. 25c T h e y Se e T h e s e i n K e n t u c k y . Todson Broderiek of Bridgcville the other day caught a white rat that is a furiosity. It is covered with long white wool closely resembling that of a lamb. But the most remarkable feature of the.strange visitor is its nose, which is prolonged into a snout three inches long. The rat uses the snout much sifte...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 February 1896

DOOlt COUNTY DEMOCRAT^ 8TUUGEON B A Â¥ , WIS., FEBRUARY 16 , 18«W$. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Of Leading Firms and Establish-, incuts of City and Comity. HOTKlTTJKliSIO-XTJOHNSON, , HE1LMAN & Props. Tills hotel has heeri newly refurnished and refuted throughout, and ottc.ru the very best of uccommodal Ions for the traveling public. Hot and cold water hatha. First-clous sample room*. Free \"bus to and from nil boats ana train*. Hates Jl.Ou and *|.i\"iO per day. STURGEON HAY. WIS. 1 A V MIOKE HOTEL., •** A. .1. FKM.NEK, Prop. First Class urtommodatiotiH for man andspring boast. A Rood Mimplu room connected with this House. Hates reasonable. SAWYEK. noon co.. wis. FIKST .NATIONAL IIOIKI., J O HN HKIK.fcHSON. Prop. A well-orden-d bouse. Recently enlarged and newly fitted, Good burns. Special attention iflvttn to the want* of farrndrn and their tcntm*. Wines, Linnor» and Clear*. .STTJIMJISONHAY. WIS.. IMPORTANT MARINE DECISIONS. NOTED CANAL CO. SUIT FOR TOILS. (Concluded from .first page...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 February 1896

*Ot 4. STUROEON BAY, WIS., S A | | # D A f § | ^ ^ . GREISEN. HAVE YOU EVER NOTICED How terse ami to the point we,make the weekly story of the store. No beat- ing around the bush. We say what we have to Say in the fewest possible words. When a thins? is very cheap you soon get to know it and that is the end. Shoes. ,'. We received an other shipment of Shoes from the east this week. ? It contained some great bar!- •?' gains—although the price-Pt • :. leather is higher than last season & we have the best Ladies'-. Don- x '.-) gola Kid, solid counter ^ B d ^ - inner sole, Button Shoe.\"byevy' y,•} produced at ».i . .$1»2§ If YOU see the shoe you will wo|v^ !: '' der how we can sell it.so clajap, tout it is a Way we have'-o^bl^vi^-.a/ iug which enables Us to dailÂ¥ rf # Givxm and, kangarodSGa:lf^^ ':i fectly solid,'beet /we^!r|i|n|| ^ f ^ ^ y ^ g e t ' n b 0^m : - • Ani lia^j^^i^^^^^^^^^j^, H a t e P l t t s ^ A ^ ! ^ handles _^ r :':Ctachbtf^ ' Coats ^Q(^^oma^^^§00^ me-. JJS^s...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 February 1896

pbtm/qoiraTY p i a a o c i ^ DOOR COUNTY DEMOMiiT. S T U R G E O N BAY , W I S , 3.1PINHEY PR1HTIH G CO., - - PublisHars. MINERS ARE BURIED. Gas Explosion in the Vulcan Shaft, Colorado. Sfort than Tifty Men Buried Under Tons ^'••••••:.- -'.: •..••' of Bock. ^Vc'WcastJf', CoJ., Fob. 19.—A gas oxplo- io occurred in tin? Vulcan mine just before1 2 o'clock yesterday, when tin-re were between' fifty nnd sixty men in the mine at work. A t t h e shaft nioutli a hole 100 feet square was blown out. Ed. Welch, who wan iit the motilli of the tunnel when the explosion took place, Was blown to atoms. I'imhcrH tw o f e d square wore blown into the Ununl river 4u0 feet away.. . ° I t is almost certain Unit nil the wen in the mine .perished. The following lire nil (he minors known. to be nt work that can l ob- tained tip to tliiH hour: William Ilaggcrty. Aliel I»»rr .Tames Har- rison, -Joseph i'oir, Will I'orr, Thomas J.»»i' vrlSaii.'Kilu'anl Welch, driver, t'lmrle* .Met-- ehnut. houl.i tiiili...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 February 1896

POOR COU^TST JEEMOCIt^T, STITIiGEOy BAY, Wis.,FEBRC/ARY 22, 1806. feVSAJS SIMPSON. iisudu^.i swallows swiftly skimming. Sunset's slowly spreading shade, Silvery songsters sweetly singing, Sunmier's soothing serenade. ^Susan Simpsou strolled sedately. Stifling sobs,- suppressing: sighs. ••SeeingStephen Sioeum, stately , Shestopped, showing sjut surprise. \"''Say,\" said Stephen, \"sweurest signer,-' ',:'-• Say, shall .Stephen spouseless stay?\" • SSusau. seeming somewhat shier, ^Showed Bubmissiveaess straightway. JSummor's season slowly stretches, ' S u s a n Simpson Slo'cutn. she— : ^ o She signed some simple sketches-*-' v Soul sought soul successfully. '.iblx Septembers Susan swelters: ::•• '•\": 8ix -sharp seasons snow supplies '.Susan's satin sofa shelters .* •••-,:, Six- small Slocums side by side. —Boston Globe. S .DTJi G TOWSSEMV. 3- -^Copyright, 1S9C, by Bacheller Johnson X-X:^ Xy/^xx- - & Backbiter.' -.' iW&»i^% M-''FJ^ $. ' • • •'\" V gfe|i^e ^ua^iad just sunk beh...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 February 1896

•:jOOH C O U N T * IK^ DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT Entered at the Pott OjPte at Sturgeon Bay m second clam matter. pullshed every Saturday by the j . j . VINJJEY PUISTING . CO. J, J. P I N N E Y , E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PE« YEAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS:, FEB. 22. *»6. EDITORIAL. 'fiJEUKis one thing ccruiii, this pa- per is not for sale to the opposition party for a consideration of one thous- and dollars. SOME people here are wondering if the \"Milwaukee Oil Co.*' ( ^ w a s n ' t organized \"on the spur of themoment'' for the very apparent purpoBei of ward- ing off the dry •••\"'dock anil M\\p yard project. . '•'^••••:^^.^^^f^:^^'.:^: MANV people here: are wondering ft Cong. Minor •yoj^f 'i*^^: oii : •Cation 'bill\" that^|^*|4ji^^ter^lip,««}- vere pmiwhmeiit brail yri^(i|ht^rs in •the terntoriw: : iheie \\jWaa ^prize light on Chamber's^Jslanilj^ho^ many years ago, t o which Miriijfco^ Hot Seem ypry strongly oppose^,::fM^::W:P::'- WtTiT/soihe of pur Mil^iitike^rejideVs kindl...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 February 1896

«JUO(ft COlJXTr DEMOCRAT? , STUKQJBf BAV»^i^^^^^®®^ia'fc XSfii IIS TtlBX^OUNTY. / -.J:,'.' : ': JTACKSONPOBTJ .:/. The attendance in tin public schools,' of this town, is -very' good,' all things considered. '\"' • Thos. Butler now wears a broad smile as a part of his toilet. It's a girl and arrived a short time ago. Gold, did you sayV Well, rather. Nothing like it witnessed in this \"neck o' woods\" before this winter. Ye scribe has heretofore failed to mention that Thos. Reynolds, Jr., is attending the Oshkosh Normal school. Rev. Jos. Jameson will conduct Ser- vices in the Episcopal church every Wednesday and Friday evening during Lent. The horse races to take place on Kau- garoo Lake to-day, is the principal topic for conversation among the sport- ing fraternity. The Lenten season has commenced, and the round of pleasure usually fol- lowed by our young folks, will be aban- doned for the next six weeks. '-',-' Joe Lo.udo is again apprentice to Fred Kramer, the blacksmith. Joe ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 February 1896

noon • COIHSTY P H M X J C I ^ ^ 22, isooi IN SPECIAL SESSION. •'•'''•••''••—•—H»T '••.\"•' -Members.'-' of th e Wisconsin Legislature Assemble. Bopublican Canons Decides to Support an Apportionment Bill. Madison, Wis., Feb. 18.—.By noon to- day the Wisconsin Legislature will be iu special session, and from present indi- cations it will not adjourn for four day's, I,.ast night's caucus of the Republican members would seem to point that way. 'As to whether the apportionment bill, ' ,\"wijich is the subject matter' of the spe- cial- flessiow, will pass, cannot now be foretold. The* meeting was called to order by Chairman W. A, .Tones of the Kcptib- licas state centra 1 committee, and nearly every 'Republican member of both houses' was in bin chair when the roll wast called. Mr. Jones made a brief .explanation to the effect that the caucus was called for the purpose of considering the advisabil- ity, of redisricting the state, and al?o of discinimig the new bill to be reported oik jiy...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 February 1896

DOQ$ COUNTY D E M O C R A T / S T U K G E O N BAY, WIS., FEBRUARY 2% 1806. ••:' :-\\,: 'V' ./^.^^vi^S ^ ^f'\"^^:^^ •^S5SS':':^• :-,•.': ' .'• -\\ - .:.' r /'''• K i l Blood means sound health. Wit!) pure, rleh. healthy blond, the stomach and .digestive organs will be vigorous, and there will he no dyspepsia. Ithmmuitlsm and neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofuia and salt rheum will disappear. Your nerves will be strong, your sleep sound, sweet and refreshing. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes* pure blood. That is why it cures so many diseases. That is why thousands taUe it to eure disease, retaiu good health. Itemembcr rUNCTCUEa STEEL PLATES. Sarsaparilla is the One True Blond Purifier. All druggists. SI. cure Liverr Ills casvvt to take, easy to operate.'2.»c. Hood's Pills c,lr o Uve IllS : cas - o | - MOWLEjDGE ^Brings comfort and improvement and \\tends' to personal enjoyment when 'rightly used. The many, who livo bet- ter than otliera and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, jby more pr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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