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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 February 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STPROEQN BAY,/IVIS./ gfeBkuAJBlT 22^ 1896. # BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Of Leading Firms and Kstablish- mcnts of City ami Connty. U U Y E i . TltKMONT, • \" HKILMAN & JOHNSON, Props. This bote! has been newly refurnished and 'refuted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodation* far the'truveliriff public. Hot and cold water britlis- Fim-clas.s »ampi« rooms. Free 'bii« to and frotn all bouts and trains\". Rates 11.00 and -81A0 per day. STURGEON' HAY, WIS. -** A. J. FKM.NEIC, Vrop. Fir«t Cluhs accommodations for man and beaut. A good Hittnplfl room connected with this House. K«tp« reasonable. S.VWYEB, BOOH CO.. WIS. BAY VIBW ITEMS. Lyon Bros. te$mi« hauled liny to Me- nomiuceou Wednesday. (3 jiU-*J'\"fe££Ja£t IJMKXT NATIONAL IIOTKl.. JOHN IlKKOfcftSON. I»ro| A well-ordered lioiiwe. -Recently eniari-'cd and newly fitted. Good biinm. Special attention t-'lven to the wants of farmer* and tliolr (cfltns. Wines, LIjuornandCUuirs STUKfIKON HAY. WIS. |...

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 — 29 February 1896

VOL. 4, w$®^ Troino Times! YOU WE YOU WE ftRE THESE,! 1 are perhaps trying to make a little money go a great * ways. • - • \\''^0^/^ l'^ are 'surely tryin^ ,#?^S*bu in this perplexing: 0:i00W00- problem. • • . :r:i:000$0000 are doubtless try^g^tp ^n the right thing JBrtttiewgjx right price.- ftftft ft 'ft |ftftft. ft . are unceasingly toying tofibelp you fh this undertaking^ (ft - |g|§fetter-ft 'ytei ^a^f:Mw0^^0^. Just now We are showing a Jom- ft v? nlete line of the Schoneckbr^r M Milwaukee, Oil Grain Shoes, r ^ just the thing for the-boya this :r~~~ ft V'wet weather. We havetnem in: ftts Misses' sizes and Men's also. 9^ T h e T h o s . G. P l a n t S h o e , Ladies do you appreciate fine, ft soft, pliable leather in your ft shoes? Then buy this shoefti^t': ft is made of Vini Kid, not-Don^ft '^ : ?gola, and is considered thfrifcM0.ftft made. Have them in laste&W-ft ! D. and E, Si2es 3 to l Â¥ , ^ 2 5 0 to $ 3 TAKE your repairing to T. J. Peach, watchmaker. \"V\\ ork guarante...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 February 1896

.POOR COl73%Y BEMOC&^^^ STURGEON BAY, WIS. 3 j.PINNEY PRINTING CO., - - Publishsrs. JAMISON ARRIVES. Grea t E x c i t e m e n t In t h e Vicinity of B o w S t r e e t Court, L o n - •: : ..don. • London, Feb. 25.—Dr. Jnmeson land- ed at Frith on the Thames in a tug from the troopship Victoria n'nd took the train for London. There was great ex- citement at Bow street police court at 3:15 p. in., when a hutnher of Dr. Jame- son's friends arrived. This was looked upon as allowing that the long-expected invnder of the Transvaal would soon follow them. . « Among those present at that time were the Duke of Aborcorn. Viscount Chelsea, the Karl of Arlington, Col. •Stracey, private secretary to the Mar- quis of Salisbury several colonial olli- cors and oflieiaIs. Charles K. H'nrde, M. P., and many other people of note. Inside and outside Botv' street police court, in anticipation of the arrival of Dr. Jameson, the principal miUjfet dis- cussed was the charge upon which he would be arrai...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 February 1896

BOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, S T ^ G E O N B ^ i ^ SySyyiA ' * E y s i u i k i N B O H J ^ I ^ . y y y - y K S ^ ^ ^ f l d e d ? ' H o . ho! P'^ r:PPPy\\: :{y /€'3 /.://iu tUe smoke 1 blow • - ...',:-. ..' •.•:': y 3\"«/lbfty ceiling white as snow, .-,- fcfl*:.:*-,,- :r .':'-I:seeher.Iorni, ' ..-:••'\"• .'.•..' yf/^/yy^'Voluptuous, warm, iy/sAli,/ri)b,:/What memories round me swarml V^&KHI-V: - -©.'sunny clbnc '\"•••• \"•:--r\\\\[- P^::PPiyy.Qt. love, my • rhyme -::'/,, '-'-':••:-' :y^ake--graeef:nl a s thy suuuuer time , « § ' / : ,:'-My'song begraoe .•• •'..'•'•..'•, y^y-v/i-V/So like her face,, '..••''-.. v'y.,': '•,••'•'• i y ^ n d : spotless as her bridal lace. ,,y E ^ y y y y / T k e past today \"•• ••',.'• •:/:, : \" 'v ••'•'. ' ^iiib^ijililpm.avray— .. •.•• • ••- ' ^ v - • /_ y Jeeeriiher' siiow ana buds of Stay •'•'••: frg: / ^:',// *., These hands have hid :**:**::/-,-/ :/ Thteioveforbid .,:•'-.'/.,' \":,// ':-::•' ' j||3BeiPa.U affection's casket lid.• ...: p$± ^vA.::W ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 February 1896

• ^ d o i i ^ p j S T T r ^ DOOR COUNTY DEM06RftT j 'JSrdjria at the Post Ogic* at- .Sturgeon Hap m \" /second claw matter. PnUalieil every Saturday by the J . J . P I N N E V P R I N T I N G CO. HAW MIT THE WISCONSIN PKK8S. ,T. J. P l f i N E Y , . E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER VBAB. SURGEON BAY, WIS,, FKB..29, 'w EDITORIAL. T HE .'.•special session1' to gerrymander the state for Boss Sawyer was to only take one day and was not to cost the taxpayers more than 85,000. Now it has been in session nearly two weeks. Figure out the cost. Hum the benefits, and hold up to the light for comparison. THBUB is rebellion again in Nicara- gua. -Pres'tZclaya,in anticipation of an outbreak bought a hir^e consignment of arms and' ammunition in Germany, Which by-mistake were delivered at the wrong port, and to his great ehargin fell into the hand* of the rebels, On page two\" our readers will find a good portrait of President Zelaya. Tin: suit, in the circuit, court against Leathern &a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 February 1896

iOOf COUNTY JDEMOCUAT, STPK^ON -bXlti^^^j^viu^S^^^^ INTjttE, COUNTY, '-.' - JACKSONS'ORT. \". \" G r a n d m a \" Wilson has been very ill otlnte. Business has been very qiriet, here during the past week or two. Mrs, Wilder S. Brooks spent-the early part of last week iu Sturgeon Bay. The weather is simply delightful, it being as warm and balmy as in April. J. C Dana, of Sturgeon Bay, passed' through the village Tuesday on his way north. Flags were displayed last Saturday, the 22nd inst., in honor of Washington's birthday. T. J. Johnson has had his pension stipeud increased from 812.00 to $17.00 permonth. The snow has about ehtit«ly disap- peared, and wagons'have be£h brought into use again.', '::-''--A(^M--'--. Matt. Rhuska, of Baileys Harbor, passed thi'ough here Monday on his way to Sturgeon Bay. -f Divine services were h^jd-in the Episcopal church on Sunday, Kev.Jos . i: Jameson officiating. • i • y-:'-JasV Dunn, of Sevastopol, passed •through the village on Weduefsday, be- •jn...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 February 1896

P O O B g O U O T Y P ^ B A Y * W I S , ' PEJJBtJAR^ 2 9 , 1 8 0 6 . flf SPECIAL SESSION. Members of the Wisconsin Legislature Assemble. Madison, Wis., J?eb. 20.-Order Is be- fog developed out of chaos, and the i,ew districts for the state of Wisconsin, on the basis of which senators and assoni- fclymen will be elected the coming fall, a w being arranged. All the work on the K f f reapportionment is being done by the conference committee, which worked from early in the morning until late last night on the bill. In executive session last night-it was decided by the conference committee that cqnnty lines could be broken. Whether tl«cy would be was, however, left undtt- cided, but a subcommittee of five, con- sinting of Senator Baxter and Assembly- men Yawkey, Ray, Hosenkrniiz and Bur- dick, was appointed to draft a new bill, with county lines broken, which will be compared with the old bill, when it will be decided which i» the better. Three of the members of the committee are op- p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 February 1896

B O O K C O U N T S : D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O X B A Y , W I S . , F E B R U A R Y 2 0 , 1 8 9 6 . A Itfrulei-ri Invalid . ' H a s tasted 'medicinally, in kwpins with otl»-r luxuries, A.remvily tuiist ha pirns-. ahtly-.necTptalilo, in form, [mri'ly\" whole- some hi composition, truly beni-ficiiil in effect nnrt entirely frM from evtr ob- jeetionahle quality. If really ill he eoiv- snlts a physician: if constipated he uses the gentle family laxative Sy^ttS *»- F£« —If all the houses in England were placed side by side, they would cover a s j m c e of 450 s(juiue miles. April, May are most emphatically the months for taking a {,'ood blood purifier, because the system is now most in need of such a medicine, and because it more quickly responds to medicinal qualities*. In winter impurities do not pass out of the body freely, but accumulate in the blood. April. The best medicine to purify, enrich and vitalize the blood, and thus give strength and build up the system', is Hood'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 February 1896

^ m m S M m m ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ m P O P » C O f r N T Â¥ : D B ^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Of Leading Firms anil Establish- ments of City a«d Conntj. IIEILMAN A JOHNSON, Prop*. This hotel nan been newly refurnished and refitted throughout\", and offers the very best of accommodation* for Oie traveling public. Hot and cold water batha. First-clans sample rooms. Free \"bun to and from all boats and trains. Rates $1.00 and 81.50 per day. STURGEON HAY, WIS. •**-.' A . J . FELLNKR, Prop. Fir«t Clftc* accommodations for man and beast. A jjootT B.'imple room connected with thlsHoufiti. Rates reasonable. HAWYKR, DOOR CO.. WIS. \"BURNT NATIONAL HOTEL, *• .TOIIN IVKItOKKHON.-J'rop. A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted, Good barns. Special attention given to thecontemplate wants of farmers and their tcauifi. Wines, Liquora and Ciusim. STU1UJEON ISA Y, WIS. f\\LONG THE DOCKS. The improvement? on the protection piers a t the! Leathern &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 March 1896

VOL.4. ^ ^ f i g y IpiEN. ftDout flDrHlslllH wewiiimoiP into ourM w e opposit e J. S Hau's Ereyibus t o tbiis w« wflfe tfeit'Chi- :|6»go\\ ::jtot :Minpi ^^Sjjring. putcKaSe&.-XX&otbmg^ifc ) left undone to i r ^ ^ • • ness^no| :, bn^ 1!biiies^:1th^: fifiest appreciating our efforts and in the ^^U^iiway^^be ^§ 0M??S&XWm LOCf\\L. DRUGGISTS, srDMiQfj MYXWISCO'NSIN Pur Spring Stock of .. A W ALL * PAPER IB no w l». See It before you buy. Wo also contract t o han g paper on short notice. STILES & REYNOLDS. •Â«3pr *is#o- Wmmm m^&eimrmG: HEADACHE. &X'X}X(i'XXy '~':.^X to any one who hasm §|i:fl^EAOACHE^-^ :' :-' XX^X:'X.X/- -'. '„•••-'r'-' QV :SS«:NEURAL6lA:V iilaSterftRealo Subscribe for the DEMOCRAT. IT FAYS to plant Buchan's seeds and trees. County court was in session last Tuesday. Henry Gillespie has decided to handle bicycles this year. He -will have a com- plete stock. '\"'•.•. ' Bowe&Weise are drilling wells at Ahnapee. They are now at work on One f...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 March 1896

- P O Q ^ C O l f o T Y ^ STURGEON BAY, WIS. I: J. PJNHEt PRINTING JJ9., - - PuWisfcra. 'V,-:.\"v---sroFi.p .= : 'op.-.T\"a^jiit=' :':.'..' Tampe r of Congress Is Aroused and Extreme Measures will ° .\"'Result. ' • '.'.•'•• • Chicago, 111., Feb. 28.~-Tbe Post's Washington special flays.- \"Beyond a question the United States Is nearer war titan it has been for many years. The temper of Congress if* strongly in favor of active intervention for the inde- pondence of Cuba and without a doubt Is prepared to commit this government to extreme measures in support of that position. \"Members of the Senate nnd House of Representatives have been overwhelmed with expressions of sympathy from every kind of organization and from hundreds. of thousands of .Individuals, all indicative of eagerness for the liberation of Cnba, and not a man on the floor of either chamber has the slightest fear of offend- ing his constituents in going to the ex- treme in this direction. \"The American spirit has bee...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 March 1896

BOOK COtnSJm ^MO^RAT* ^l#3RGEON BAY, WIS., 3IAKCII 7, 1896 A IfUOKEN S1TOBU, ^ (To A. L.) file shopman shambled from , the doorway out . . . . . . . .•••.'• And touched it .flown-- * Snapped,ixi the blade: \"JL'was scarcely Sear, i doubr, . , . At half-a-crown. Useless enough! And yet eaa still be seen, In letters clear, . Traced'.on the melai's rusty damaskeen— \" P o u r rarvenyr,\" Whose was It onee?^-Who manned It once lu hope • His fate to gain? Who was it dreamed his oyster-world should ope To this—In vain? Maybe with some stout Argonaut It sailed The Western Seas: .Maybe but to some-paltry Xym availed For toasting cheese! O r decked by Beauty on some mornhi e lawn e • . . . With silken knot, rerehauee, ere night, for Church and King 'twas drawn-- Perchanee 'twas not! \"Who knows—or cares? Today, 'mid foils and gloves . .• . Its hilt depends, t tanked by the favors of forgotten loves— Remembered friends— And oft Its legend lends, in hours of stress, A word to aid: Ur like a wa...

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

\"iO0K:w^ ^ BOOK MQMY DEMOGRfiT. Sntereiat the Port Office \"t Sturgeon Bay a$ •'•• '•. \".'•'' second eXa»s''matter.. . .':^ ^ :\"&i^hed\\:«very 8*tarfay-h]r'the • J . j . P I T N E Y P J f i E N T I N G C O . a. it. P 1 K N E Y , Elditor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. STURGEO N BAY, WIS. MAR. 7, '06. EDITORIAL. THEUE's a row imminent in the-camp of the \"ring\" in this city. If the boss were here he might \"straddle\" it. T H I N GS look bright for the future of our little city. In order that no dark- ening cloud may hover over us during the first stages of prosperity, it is neces- sary that municipal affairs be managed in a purely non-partisan manner. Malice toward none and good will t o all, should be the motto. Let us have once more a non-partisan,, patriotic ad- ministration. A citizen's caucus meets the approval of a great many people. L E A T H EM & SMITH have iifty-three taea on their pay roll and yct-the local high tax newspaper insists that this firm isof ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 March 1896

lOO COUNTY DEMOGRAT, STCftJEO BAY, W I S , MARCH 7, 1806. irsme, GOUNTY. Mrs. B. Marinette. FORESTVIIXK. Awe is visiting Mends in «' John Lovell made a trip to Menom- inee one day last week. The pbstofficeis nowJn.its new quart- ers at Martin Sohraitz's. Miss\" Emelia Bernhart visited her sister in Brussels last week.. Joseph Meyer is wearing a broad smile now-a-days. It's a boy. Miss Tressie Mulvihill, of Marinette, is visiting relatives and Mends here. Singing school is held in the Lutheran church at this place every Saturday evening. John E. Driedvich, of Manitowoc, made a business trip through here on Tuesday last. Chas. Schneider is doing the work in his brothers shop here until Joe's lin- gers are again in a working condition. Adam and William Rose have return- ed from the Michigan woods. They re- port having had plenty of work all winter. P. Peterson, an old resident of Abna- pee town, died last Friday. His remains were interred in the Brockhausea ceme- tery Monday. John Fet...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 March 1896

POOR.COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAT, WIS.* MARCH 7, 1896. ISSASSIN IS BURNED. Ttageily in a Chair Factory at Jefferson* Wis. L. M. Smith Ao Intended Victim—How the Building washed. . . ' - . • Jefferson, Wis., Feb. 20.—This city WWB in a mad whirl of excitement last night caused by an attempt to assassin- ate L. M. Smith, secretary of the Wis- consin Manufacturing company, and the burning of the building in which the assassin took refuge and his probable incineration therein. Mr. Smith entered the factory shortly after 7 o'clock last evening to make the rounds to see that everything was ail right, as was hia invariable custom. When he stopped inside the factory door be was confronted by a man who, with- out saying a word, pointed a revolver at fits head and fired. The shot took ef- fect over the eye and glanced under the ficalp, coining out across the forehead. Instinctively the wounded man turned to flee. AH he ran out of the door the tnun shot bini again, *he second shot taking «f...

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

^DOoK^cotnsrrr ©EBIOCBA^, STTTJJGEOX BATV WIS., MA«CH T,. ISOC. Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the , transient nature of the many phys- ical ills, which vanish before proper ef- forts—gentle efforts—pleasantefforts— rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that BO many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis- ease, but simply to a constipated condi- tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt- ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good Health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene- ficial effects, to note when you pur- chase, that you have the genyine arti- cle, which is manufactured by the Cali- fornia Fig Syrup Co, only and sold by all reputable druggis...

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

^^^mmmmmmmgl »do«: epi&Tx »fia^ Of Leading Firms anct Establlsh- o inents'of City ahd1 Ccmnty. HOTKL TRKMONT, : HKItMAN & JOUNSON, Props. Thlshotei has been newly refurnished and refltttd throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public . Hot and cold wat«r baths. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Kates M.00 and J1.60 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. » A V SHOKB HOTKl, X * ,'.- A. J. FEIXNKB, Frop. First Clttft^ accommodations for/roanand beast. A «6o sample room connect* d with this House. Kates reasonable. ' SAWVEK.JJOOUCO..W1S. \". FJR8T NATJONAI, HOTKI., JOHN BJEIUJKKSON, l'rop. A weli-ortlmd'bouse- Heeontly enlarged and newly fitted. Good barais. Special attention «lven to the wants of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ••.'3TITUGKON IJAY, WIS. ftKXTUAI.. HOT1CI,, ^ . / J O U N KNISKEKN, Prop. Newly constructed and furnished. Centrally located. Good stabllm?: Speciul attention-to tho t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 March 1896

W% \"W IHi^^^^KP VOL. 4. IS^IJBC^ floriristlPlI wewiiimiii int o ou r ne w store opposite j S.tiao's iarflware store. ^Gvioiis tophus we ^cill Visit Chi- undone to make our place of busi- ^ f | | | $ ^ ^ but ^ a l p l i ^ ^ will y:Myy\\yys-y:'yy~y: •'••'•\"-''•• appreciating our efforts and in the l | u t i $ | B a a ^ iw^ajlyayslbe Our Spring Stock of... W A L L * PAPER la now in. See It before yon buy. We also contract to hang paper on short notice. STILES & REYNOLDS. -I8lfO- W&mmiA ^ S P O T T I N G H E A » A € H E to anyone \\wjtwi\\toji'. WM HEAOACWE fiM or .^':.cv, '. ••:-i-.- m^: NEURALGIA' K' tile is a Stern Reality LOGrtL. Subscribe for the DEMOCRAT. City Treasurer Dehos reports taxes nearly all collected. ~\" f T.- J. Peach lias Warranted. WAST a ware them from $2 up. Your attention is directed to the new advertisement ofC.'Feldman at top of column on page eight. The Commercial Hotel has erected a fine new street sign. The Tremont will also put up a new sigii. Eig...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 March 1896

•$&HR^EtiPRIRIfflS CO., — PaWisbrs, Flr« In a C h i c a g o Building Con«- '•':'' ta(nln(r',6PP'.Xounfir ' W o m e n . •• /Chicago, IHvMnrch 11.—Dnrihf? a fire & a .tdx-story brick buildiiu at 45 to 40 Randolph street, yeHtordny afternoon, a disastrous pnnlc -among 500 women was jarrowly averted. Lizzie Smith' and Mary Marr fainted from fright Maggie Burin* fell down n flight of stairs - uuil tw o boys, John J, l-telis and Bernard Rhcinhnrdt, were nearly 'overcome with Mnoke. Thi» WUH all the injtirioa Buf- fered, but it was almost n miracle that many lives were not lout. The tire started nhtonj the wallpaper • On the «ecoiid floor and the building- was soon filled with wuoke. A wild jwnic ohmied MUOIIK 175 girlH who w o r e \"'-employed by the Mansuro Fringe com- pany, and the pirls were making a Ktani- pedo for the Htair« when Mis-s Denn Knynrol, the forewoman, hiuntijecd to cheek tliotn. She formed 'them in line rnd marched them, down the smoking ' HtsurwnyM and thro...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 March 1896

DQOBCOtJlSrTY DEMOCRAT^ BtlJEGEON BAY, WIS.vaUKeH * 1$$& TUE 1HTO tOETS. ' Whose is the speech1 » That moves ihe voices of mis lonely beech? Out of the long West did this wtld wind- come— - Oh, strong and silent!—And the tree was dumo,: • •-.. Ready and dumb, uutll .. The dumb gaie struck It ou me darkened •_ •', -. -•\" l l l l l . . . • ' . ' . ' Two memories. Two powers, two passions and two silences. Closed in this cry, closed In these thousand ::.': leaves, '•'.'\"•• Articulate. This smlden hour retrieves The purpose of the past, Separate, apart—embraced, embraced at last. \"Whose is the word? Is It I that spoke? Is it thouV Is ft I that beard? Thesky was solitary,-yet I found thee.\" \"Thy sky was pathless, but 1 caught, I bound thee. Thou visitant divine.\" \"Oh. thou my Voice, the -word was thine\"— \"Was thine.\" —Pall Mali Gazette, By ROBERT CROMlE. \"Copyright, 183C, by Bacheller, Johnson :K-':\\?-:,:. & Bacheller. '-. • .' . :•„ , .,.: Mf. Henry Markham, M. P., ...

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