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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 March 1896

BOOK COUNTY WWX^ DOOf GOUNTy DEMOCRAT, ^l&itferta at thf Poit Office at Sturgeon My at •y/: 'y''r[': •• y r : ',- :tecohd vlass matter. .-..' pullsheit every Saturdaytoythe ^ ' « l v : : p i ^ B Y . ' ' p B I ] S T I N G C O . J. J. P I N N B Y , E d i t o r . SUBSCBIPTlbAl PRICE. 81.50 PBft YBAR. STURGEONBAY, WIS., MAR. 14, '96. EDITORIAL. WONDER if any one else is itching to make a wager of a hew bat as to who will not be the next mnyor of this city. EVERYTHING was not indicative of peace and unity at the republican city caucuses last Tuesday. The slate of the convention will probably go through to-day with a rush. WANTED,—Candidates to rim for Mayor of Sturgeon Bay on the republi- . can ticket. Applicants can obtain plans and specifications by applying to A. D. Thorp and Henry Ovcrbeck. Pen OUvuu or COMMITTEE. As election time draws near, it seems appropriate to suggest that in the prep- aration of their secret circulars this year, the ring should not again over- look the si...

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 — 14 March 1896

U O p R COUNTIT P E i U O C B A y , S T U K ^ E O y B A Y , W I S , M A R C H 1 4 , 1 8 9 « IN THE, COUNTY. GABDKER _ Miss Naoma Mardin, of Sevastopol,' was visiting with friends here, last week. ••••: The school in Dist. No. 1, was not in session this week on account of the ill- ness of the teacher, R. H. McDonald. Miss Rosy Weber was visitiug at her home and among friends here, for a few days last week. She returned to Sturgeon Bay on Wednesday last. Miss MaryMarshek closed the win- ter term of school in Dist. No. 3, last week. School will commence again after a vacation of about six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Krause, who were employed as cooks in one of the lumber camps of Northern Michigan, returned to their home a short time ago. FORESTVIIXE. Winter seems to have come at last. Andrew Sloan lost a valuable horse one day this week. The animal had been sick for some time past. J. C. Langemak was visiting friends here the last of last week. He was ac- companied by his son Arnold. C...

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 — 14 March 1896

P O O f t e P U ^ P ^ ^ WISCONSIN EDITORa Newspaper Makers Counsel One Another, Jfio Animal Address of the Picsidcnt- Other Papers. Milwaukee, Wis., March 5.-—Tbo forty-third annual meeting of tho Wisconsin Tress association was called to order shortly before 11 o'clock this morning a t the ball of the Merchants •nd Manufacturers' association, in the tMvjirsity building, by President John Naglc. There wore twenty-five or thir- ty members present An invitation was received from the management of the \"Evening Wisconsin asking the members of the association to take dinner at the Hotel Poster as guests of the -Wisconsin.* li. W. Niemnn invited the members to Inspect the Journal office this afternoon. Both invitation*) were unanimously ac- cepted and by vote the association desig- nated 6 p. m. as the dinner hour. Muti- neer Mclveod of th«» Wisconsin Tele- phone company placed at the disposal of members of the association tlie city ami state linen t of tlie company during the •tailors...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 March 1896

POOR COITNTg PEMOCRAT, STtJftGEQX BAT, WIS., MARCH 14, 1896. —The Cripple Crock Bonanza on the south slope of 'the Stftinh mountain has opened-np a good body of ore that assays from ?80 to $200 to the ion. M INVITATION. Xt Gives Ps Pleasure to Publish the fol- lowing Announcement., All won?en suffering from a n y form of illness peculiar to their sex are re- quested t o communicate promptly wit h Mrs. Pinkham, a t Lynn, Mass. All letters are re ^ ceived, opened, read an d an £u swered by w o m e n A woma n can freely talk of her private illness t o a w o m a n thus has been estab- lished th e eternal confi- denc e be- twee n Mrs. Pinkha m and the w o m e n of America. This con- fidence ha s in- duced more than 106,000 wome n to write, Mrs. Pinkham for advice during the last few months. Think w h a t a volume of experience. - sh e ha s to draw from! N o physician living ever treated so man y cases of female ills, and from this vast experi- enc e surely it is move than possible sh e ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 March 1896

w$ :-j^m: Ciyvm^ja^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Of Leading Firms and Estafollsh- i /incite of City and County. iE[OTiS*r?^^ * * HEILMAN * JOHKSOjr, Props. This hotel haB been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very.best of •ceommodatlbns for tho traveling public. Hot ftBd cold water hatha. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all Boats and trains. Rates tl.00 and et.fiO per day. STURGEON BAY. WIS. f A V SHOltE IIOTEI,, •**• : A . J . FEIXNEK, Prop. • First Class accommodations for man and beast, A good sample room conneeud With Oils House. Rates reasonable. .SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. FlitST NATIONAL JIOTKfc, JOHN l»EKGKKSON, I'rop. A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good barns. Special attention given to the wants Of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STURGEON HAY, WIS. ^ . ••:^'^'l''\\'.::AwardedV:^: Highest Honors—World's Fair, |~1ENTBAL HOTEL, ^ JOHN KJH'ISKEKN\", Prop. Newly constructed and furnished. Centrally loca...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 March 1896

. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., S A m R B ^ | l | ^ ^t^-fc*-^y^r'^^i Ift Trip to GniGaoo -facturewanboughtoffer is no pleasure to us, but when we think of the satisfaction and money saving it will bring to our customers we are abundantly repaid for our trouble and expense. When in the market lately e a great many goods below the cost of manu- d will them at a very small advance. Xadles', Misses', and Childress ||i|i^^8:^iie-w©. bought a very exteu$iy^U^^it^||^^sv |^i^i^iiml: :be found in our stock.. .'•••:CQ:::'WM^M$W^^^ lt^oui?^hpt:afford to' bujrtittyou?:^^)^^ WlSi&M'M:::- Dress .G$oci&|''|i§8ift!Sigl|SS!i i*^^i^:':gpod8^beirig all the rageiin&^alsbri::^^ I^pj^sfe^ii^i^s' -ini^ the., market, and- nearly ^ali^ti^g|i|5l*ai^v: |fe|iglfcS So: each lady can have:her: own • excmsiv^(pi|fcejni^ ^M'X\"'-^'^^ ••'''.' •'•'•-\"'•••/• • ^-'\"'--i. •'••••• •-.. ' v ,,d':'/i^r^:^'S K| S$ 'vtft' :w^^ei^athaye• a«ewsample book w i t h ^ a l l i n ^ S ^ l ^ ^ f | ^ Sill |L^li£s smtiL ^ l ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 March 1896

POOR C O P O T S T P E ^ ioOR CooNTir DEMOCRAT, S T U R G E O N 6 A Y , WI$. I J. PflfflEY PRINTING CO., - - PuMistnrs. SEEK A CONFESSION. —: 4, ' * J a c k s o n a n d Walling Pu t In a Cell T o g e t h e r a n d t h e Officers Liste n a n d T a k e N o t e s . Cincinnati. O., March 17—Tiiis. was the 'day. that Jackson and Walling, air fcgec! murderers of Pearl Bryan, were to ••\"be turned over to the Kentucky sheriff. At 1 o'clock the Hamilton county jail- or locked np nil the other prisoners so as to have as little stir about the jail as possible. .Taskson and Walling were poon 'quietly hustled out into a carriage and taken to the central pnliee srafron in thin city. It is reported that they will •be kept there until Wednesday. The ob- ject of this transfer is nor announced, unless it was to deceive.the crowd that expected them' in Kentucky today. At tlie central police station the prisoners were put Into a ceil. This had been so arranged that the otlicers could . hear everything...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 March 1896

wmm ^^^^^f^pm^^^^^^^^^MM^W^W^^^ T H E SKVLAKK AX1 T HE T O E T. •'•'• .' How-. the-.bllibV lark ruus up the golden ^•'•/^.'•••\"•\"•'staifc. ' : That leans thro' cloudy gates from heaven •.. \". ' '.:•:': to earth, •.And all: alone in the empyreal'-air •\" •'..' Jb'tlls .It' •••with.'-jubilant sweet songs of '-'•••':•'.::' ailrlsh!'- » ^ How fur he seems, how far ' f.v•'•':•••'„•.• With she light upon his wlnsst .•:•:•'': Js: ft a bin!, or, star ' -• ..i f't':: 'j •: Ihat shines aud sings? ' Sv^hit matter If the. days be-dark and frore? iv:,tTbat sunbeam tells of other days TO be v.iArid singing in the light that floods him o'er if - lu'joy he overtakes futurity ':.'•:\"'.\"•••*•'• •'-.UuUer cloud arches vast • \"•'••f-i-i:•/ ' :'• He. peeps, aud sees behind .••••:• , ' • ' Great summer coming fast vK~ S V . Adown the wlud. \" ^n'd'uow he dives into a rainbow's rivers: In streams of gold und purple\"-lie is drown'd r, Shrilly the arrows of his song he shivers, : : JVB tho* the stor...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 March 1896

DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGJSON BA¥, WIS., ittAJaCH 21* I8»6/ DOOR 60UNTY DEMOCRfiT. JSatered attht Pott- Office at. Sturgeon May as eecond class tnatter. Fullabed every Saturday by thi J . J . F I N N E Y P R I N T I N G C O . a. J, P I N N B f . E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRIOB. $1.50 PBR YEAR. STURGEO N BAY, WIS. , MAR. 21, '06. EDITORIAL. T H E trusts and monopolies that want greater protection that they ma y make still more enormous prolits have con- tributed fabulous sums to buy howlers for McKinley, Of course, their only thought is \"benefit for the laborers.\" A N D now the bosses say that i n vie w of the fact that there is a county, state, and national election next fall, it is absolutely necessary that affairs in the City b e under the control of the ring. The public would like to know, why? T H E time will soon be here when the sweet girl graduate raises her lily white arms in accents bold and with seraphic grace proclaims: \"All along the un - trodden paths of the fut...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 March 1896

J D O b B C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . M A R C H 2 1 . 1 8 9 6 . IN'THB'COUNTY.' Miss Loretta Tompleton is expected home from. Oshkosh, having completely recovered'her health. Ellsworth Ellis returned on the 10th from Wausaukee, where he has spent the winter in the woods. \" * J.\"C. Langemivk is teaching a class in book-keeping. The class meets on Mon- day and Thursday evenings. Ed. W. Spalsbury, who has been work- ing in the lumber woods, of Michigan, returned on Tuesday to his home here. Miss Clara Oleson, sister of Gilbert Oleson, who died recently of consump- tion, is affected with the same disease. Hay pressing and hauling is in pro- gress in the neighborhood. The price is not so good however, as it was in the fall. W. H. Warren, Sr., returned Monday from Chicago, where he has spent the winter as a guest of his son, W. H. Warren, Jr . B. G. Hannan) ,who has spent the last three or four years in Dakota where he ^has taken up a homestead, is at p...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 March 1896

i ^ • i b ^ - : C q [ P 3 ^ ^ .-. — - 'l » . R e p u b l i c a n s o f M i l w a u k e e N a m © T h e i r M u n i c i p a l C a n d i d a t e s :.-.:-.••\".,: . f o r 1 8 9 6 . • • • M i l w a u k e e , W i s . , M a r c h 1 7 . — W i l l i a m O . Rausehenberfje r c a p t u r e d t h e Reinib - l i c a n n o m i n a t i o n for m a y o r of M i l w a u k e e * a t t h e c o n v e n t i o n held a t W e s t S i d e T e r n hall y e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n . E u g e n e 8 . E l l i o t t w n « c l i w n c h a i r m a n of t h e ' c o n v e n t i o n a n d this w a s regarde d a s si s i g n i f i c a n t fac t in v i e w of th e itnproaeh- i n g c o n t e s t h e l w o e n - P a y n e a m i E l l i o t t f o r t h e h o n o r o f d e l e g a t e to t h e S t . L o u i s c o n v e n t i o n . , R a u e e h e n h e r g c r w a s n o m i n a t e d o n t h e first f o r m a l ballot, «ecurin » 1 4 4 v o t e s a g a i n s t 5 5 for E . K . still - i»ah. : : ' C i t y Comptr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 March 1896

BOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 2J, 1896. D o n ' t B e To o L a t e l o r t h e S t e a m e r , And• «lon't omit \\rliu.t yoti nre ' paoklu- mi jour effects preparatory for the vcmitf. to meludo nuioug them u supplv of HosH'tver's •Stomach Hitters', tluvgeeat. remedy for sen •.'ickness. Travelers-for pleasure or bnslnes!. seeking foreign ellmi's. or'.who loeuuiotc bv steamboat or train, besides rnchtmett ami mariners, testify to the remedial and pre- ventive efficacy of the Bitters, which IK in- comparable gfor uansert, headache, dyspep- sln. biliousness, rheumatism, nervous aud Kidney trouble. —ERypt's Khedive is polite to the Duke of Cambridge, who i s jroiuj? up the Nile. l i e has placed his yacht a t the duke's disposal and provided him with nn ass. \"which enjoys a high reputation a s a weight earlier,\" according to the Court Journal. W i s c o n s i n P a t e n t s . Patents for the followinjr Wisconsin inventors* are reported for this week bv Erwin, Wheele...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 March 1896

P O O R c o ^ i r ? D E M O C B ^ , ^ ^ ^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Of LeadingFirm s ftnd Estaiblli»h- mentM of City and County/ HOTEL TBEMONT, HKItMAN-A JOrtXSPN.'IHwpO. \"This hotel ha« been newly refurnished and refitted tbroiiuhout, and offers tho very best of accommodations for the traveling pohlle. Hot Md cold water baths. First-claws sample rooms. Free '1U to and from all boats and trains. Rates ?1, and 81.&0 per day. ST0RGEON BAY, WIS. BAY 8HOKIS HOTEL, A, J. VEhhSmi, Prop. FirHt Class accommodations for man and beaut.. A good sample room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO. WIS. TTUKBT .NATIONAL MOTEL,- •*• .tons MKKGEttSON, Prop. A woll-orderpd bouse. ~ Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good barns.\"Special attention given to the •wants of farmurs and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Clears, STURGEON BAY, WIS. C'lENTltAI. HOTEL, .JOHN KNIHKEKN, Prop, Newly contftnicted and (urn-toned. Centrally located. Good Htabllw . Special attention to the trav...

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 — 28 March 1896

VOL, .*. ^ | 3 g S ^ ^ ^ ^ 28, 1896. E v e r y boat a n d train .tmga:- : ns:- : 'Nciw:^Goodi ^ : :^e '.^f| soon hav e ou r stoc k in readiness fo r y o u r l n s p ( ^ n ^ H Clothingr. T o s t i m u l a t e t r a d e i n t h i s l i n e w e a r e g i v i n g Extraordinary •Uls i Jost- received direct irbiii New York a bale containing 1,801 _ Vards, 86, inches^ wide, extra h n heavy, o n l y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .u w Suspenders, A small lot of 10 dozen, biggest . i bargain out, wbrtK'26ic^whil(3 |||l » they last.\".'.'.-.,..-. -,.,//.v:/^./.IUu. g r e a t $1.75 $1.00 Shoes.: : W e h a v e r e c e i v e d s o m e b a r g a i n s i n Shoes. A Ladies Dongola Kid, is a solid shoe throughout,patent leather tip, and an excellent$1.00 wearer . . . . . . . . . . Ladies Kangaroo Calf Shoe, Eesold atenttip, a $.3.00 shoe will a t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Childs' Oil Grain, buttons, the regular $1.25 shoe, only se- cured a few dozen at.. . Childs1 Bright Grai...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 March 1896

yP^$ffP3fa? ^Â¥#^T* Q Sf~-ffi: WmMs^MmMw S T U R G E O N BAY , W I S . i^PiHSEYPRISTISGCO^ ClMGlfESS. W i t h t h e A i d o f X R a y s , E d l e o n : c S e e s All t h e I n t e r n a l O r - .'•'.' '••'. srans of t h e Body.' '\"•• - K & t w Y o r k , March 23.-~Tbomas A. Edi- '••*OIJ ba» succeeded in HMiM.riit'iig. the hu- iaan body with the miked eye. H e looked into the heart and lungs and ex- amined the Arteries, the blood vessels a M inuseles of oho of his flKsistaBtB. Mr. ISdisoh has, perhaps, reached the crowning glory of his Jife~he has opened the door which a t once revolutionized a n d Ittenletilably widens the horizon of the medical world. Th e great inventor has fulfilled the promise made to the world one week ago —he hns laid bare to the eye of the pby- u p t h e jnessaae of the. Senate announehig tneSehnie'sdisngreenient to the conference. -report onA $ior1ntloii»r „'.:'Oi)'.']]iai motioii the iloiise Juslsu'iJ on Its substitute for the Senate resolutions and ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 March 1896

DOOR COIIIST? DEMOCRAT, ^tfiMGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 28, 1S9C. - ' ^ a * l * I M P ' a a i B n | I B a H i a a i \" | \" * ^ ^ '2Vo thousand years - these temples have been old.'-'-- .\".'' ''.'.\"'•'.' ' Yet were tliey not more lovely the first flay '•'.'. . • ' . , . - • 1Vl eu o'er you l)H/!s the youag light blushed and lay ' .Along these tapering columns, and Eve's .gold •Over the Tvrrbeiie sea In glory rolled. •By.. power of truth, by beauty's rcyal swuy 'While men and creeds and 'kingdoms pass away, Their gift to charm and awe they calmly hold. ,: Heaiity and truth: by that UI3I1 grace divine They force the tribute of the vassal years. *Ioud glootu the blue wave dimples the stars shlue, T o make them fairer even Time, that t « u s •And shames all other things, here can but bless And beautify this crumbling loveliness. —John Hay In Harper's Magazine for February. Ther e may come a time in this world when people are civilized, and when cus- t o m houses will be swept from the fac...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 March 1896

: ldt^ C6u^Ty/lj ^niefei at the JPost Office at Sturgeon B^ at l-')':-:i'^:::'.y tec&ntt cl'asttnatUr- \\ : VutMhoA every Saturdnjr by th e • J ^ J ^ ^ N ^ E Y JE^INTINO CO. J. -J. P l N N B y , K d i t p r , SUBSCRIPTION PRICS. $1.50 f»BB YEAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAR. 28, % EDITORIAL. THE issue in the city campaign this spring is not one of politics. It is merely the people against ring rule. EDITOR John Naglo of the Manitowoc Pilot gives notice that under no circum- stances will he accept the chairmanship of the Democratic State Central com- mittee. A tfOMBEB of republican papers of Wisconsin will have to take crow in large doses if Gov. (Jpham if* renomin- ated. But, like the local high tax or- gan, many of them are well uscil to it, arid will not mind.. Tin? local high tax organ says that the democrats are \"dodging the real Issues.\" There is but one real issue and that is ring rule, vs. a government by the people, and for the people, and we assure our friends, the enemy,...

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 — 28 March 1896

1 ^ 0 0 B ^ C O U N T Y „ I E M O C I ^ A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W l ^ i M A R C H 28, IrSOO IN TH&OOUNTY. G A B D X E K . : ' Schneider Bros, arc having quite a rush of business at their blacksmith shop. Mr. Janson has shut down his mill for the present. It will be started u p again within a fevv weeks. : Henry Meyer thinks that he has had a very successful wiuter's fishing a s compared to the catch of others. Willie Johnson has gone t o Menom- inee where he will be employed during the coming spring and summer. Henr y Gigot is still busy hauling hay to Menominee. H e has hauled an nn- usual amount of hay this winter an d has n o doubt made it pay. Ada m Stevenson, of Marinette, came over o n the ice Monday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Aug. Neuville. Mr. S. says the ice is better than at an y time this winter. Henry Neuville, Jr. , Jos . Neuville, lsadore Neuville, an d Louis Henquinet returned from Ingalls, Mich., last Sat- urday, where they had.spent the w i n t e r in the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 March 1896

•^Si^^i^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^i ':mmmm(^^m.^i *i^ifii : : T h e OJdbouse Family Did N o t Peris h . K'.''' ^'V^/,^'jFi,re—Seven Were,-:-' £\\:v^ -' - Slain. ^ Abua, Wis,. March 2Ti.—Ever since the brtrningrtf the plUu)u»( family in their Mmp at Herald, early in the morning of March 7, the neighbors have been , considerably agitated over the mystery •connected with the case. The bodies of the mother and WveeJiildrcn were found in the bedroom and the father's body near the window.in room next'adjoin* trig. On the mother's bed was found a revolver, with six empty shells, while a ItJicccWoading shotgun was found near ••\"» father, without, however, Knowing any evidence of having been fired, as there were no shells in it. A t the inquest held the some day there was an attempt mode to ascertain wheth- er there had been nny quarrel in the family, but nothing to that effect de- veloped. 'I'he woman's head wa s exam- ined and a fracture was found. This, it wa« thought, had 'remitted from maehi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 March 1896

iSJ&f IJOOR COUXTT DEMOCRAT^ STUKGEOX BAT, W I S , 51ARCH 2S, IS9 RESULTS OF ««AR!«,ftW0 A Case Citeiia Tfcre* Oaks, Sicb. thai Will Interest Delicate Women. The Effects of the Fever Were Felt in ' .-J-- the Weakest\"Bpbtiw.'-r- A WARNING\"TO MOTHERS. Fromihe Press, Three Oaks.Alie'i. Out at Three Oaks^ Mich., lives Mrs. J. S, Flowers frota vrhom wc publish juirt of a most iaterestiag) letter. The first part of the letter wm taken up with a description ot her sufferings as a result of malarial and typhbidifeTers., ..These ton-. Eisted of rheumatism,'.nervous prostration, boils, severe pains iirtfead and back, etc., etc. The feature of her letter which will- be of the most iuterest, however, follows, and it will interest many women, and particularly mothers of young daughters: jfc \"1 had also been a sufferer for (sixteen -years with painful menstruation. Everv time I would have to lie down most of the time, as it was impossible forme to stand. At-last, as a result of this rem...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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