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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 March 1896

|§ll|iliSK BUSINESS DIRECTORY , Of Leading Firms ami Establish- g^^ijten^ H ' ''OTBtTBa^ONT/./•^:A/:\\'. .i.:^---.' ^'MBltaiAsr' * JOHNSON, !^dp«. :.• vTOteJtotel has *een newly refurnished and . refitted throughout, and oilers the very beat of accommodation* for the traveling public, a p t »ad cold water baths. FlrBfcclasa sample Tooths. Free 'b«8 to aitd from all boats and liitfaa.''^1«'i»'il.Wfm]a''tl.Mpcr day,:'..-v.'.' \"! -5: •'\"/-:: STCBOEON,BAY* WIS. :':[ BAIT SHORE mrtKL, V/.A/^KBLLNEB, Prop / ^ ^ First ciiiss: accommodations for man}.. and toeaat. A good wimple roomconnected with thisHouse, Ratesreiisbnable. SAWYER. DOOR'CO., WIS. •ptltSX\" NATIONAL HOTEI,, '•*•'''. JOHN-'MEKO'EUSON, Prop. A well-onlercd house. Recently enlarged and newly l i n e d . : ' Goodharnfl. Special attention given 'to.'the ffants of fiiroitsrs ami their ttiarns. Wlneti, Liquors and Cigars. STURGEON BAY, WIS. -rpU.TON HOTEL. '• -*•.• .JOHN LaOUKE, r r o p . : lSWDunlap Ave., Menominee, Alfeb...

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 — 4 April 1896

Vie are now about settled %% : In our new store, and ready to show whet&ei oUr: -. claim to e :l$w-V--^:& savin g w i M ibia•:.','• IS A JUST ONE. I)ress €roqds. Such a variety, of Novelty Goods was heyer before shown in this city. All [v. .in 8 yard patterns—-no two alike. sBJii.. : ^^ • : ^^:.^-^ / • -h For waists or dress trimmings. The new Persians which are all the rage may be found here. ' China Silks 25c ••'.• per yard. .-' -\\ ••\"-.\"•.' :-yÂ¥sfiste.: .:- : :•/, Ladies' Shirt Waists are here in jgreat variety. More coming on next boat.' Call next week and have a look at pur Silk Waists, Wast Goods. Zephyr Gingham worth at wholesale ' 10JC—we bought asmall lot while in Chicago at a bargain—They go ' at •. .'...•..'\" ., . . ... .v.f Dimities. ^r^MM^- Much prettier than i a ^ i ^ i f ^ n ^ W e • have the.line.-. -: ^'^W^IM^MM^ Prints.-, • ^jSIIlli^^ttiJIKNEE ..B^nante^g^^l^l^l^pf^^^ Our stockpf clothing wlWhe- asi com- plete as can be found in any exclusive clothing s...

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 — 4 April 1896

IlStltllll^ STURGEON BAY ttfjS^ M ^ W T T M ^UTCHEr WEYLER . ShockingScene s Attend Executions •^•'^v'iVv'-'in)*'Havana. Prison-'-.' i Hdvana, March ?U.-~-:Vever in modern times bus there been a more siekxming spectaclethan that which todayJ- iarttoii^** d the public esccu(ioi« five CuWaHSfv 'fhe men hud hfien eonflemned to tleath by the gttrrote as \"murderers, violators and incendiaries.\" Troops were drawn tin in hollow square and in the middle were ptoccd the ihai and post. The l'ubtte Executioner. Ruiz, the public executioner, had depu- tised on assistant to conduct the affair. tlphe condemned men, having received the offices of the church, were brought into the square to meet their fate. One of them had confessed his guilt and af- firmed the innocence of nil the others,, CONGRESS. :iiMM:ciisi OAI'T-OKN. wioyr,Rit, {Who Is 8alo to Have Ordered tlte Exeuu- tlona •Which I»Ingrat-e tln. Hpanlnh tfOVCVUHM'Itt,) '•'•'.' • who. also protected that they were guilt*. Tens, .The'.firs...

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 — 4 April 1896

Jo63EtC*0IJ 4t I S 9 ( J . -/'- ' Since she went houie—, • /. The evening shadows -linger- longer here, The winter days fill so much ot the vear, . A,ud even suujmctr winds are eliUI and drear, Since she: went home. Sinw she went home— The robin's note has touched a minor strain. The old sliiii songs breathe but a sad re- .'\". train, . ••:.:'• ... .And laughter sobs frith \"hidden, hitter phtti. : Shsc.e she went home. \\ : //• ''•• •• - \" . : ' : ' • • • : • ' . • ' • • / • • / : • ' • • • ' • • • • • • / . - . • : • . ' . . . • . / / • ' \" Siuee sho went h o m e - How still the empty rooms her presence : • /blessed: . • .- . • t/ntouched the pillow that'lier dear head '••'•••• :. pressed \"•. M y lonely -heart bath nowhere for its rest, '.•/ Silica she went home. / Since she went home— T h e long, ions days have crept awav like •'. -years.' T h e sunlight has been dimmed with doubts and fears, . - ' • -And the dark nights have rained in lonelv : tears. '•- n - Since she went. h...

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 — 4 April 1896

ffj^jfo^ ,• 'iiiae^-^tU-^i-djfM'- atsti^6n:Mva* '•:., tfoilshed wrerjr Saturday 1j the••'• • THE ring which 3 A. Masse repre? sente have controlled the sale of school books, and supplies long enough, and the people are -getting tired of paying exhorbitant prices therefor. To look to the ring for relief is worse than folly they will never give it. k THE last ring council, Minor's.of '94, refused to let the city printing to the lowest bidder, but ordfered it all given to the Advocate regardless of cost to the city. That is the kind of a \"political body'1 mayor and council that the gang\" want to inflict upon the city again this spring. ,'-'•\"'••'•.''•-•. : •'\"•\" GEO. PANKBATZ, chairman of the city poor committee, ga\\*e employment to a number of the city poor, and had their allowances from the city discontinued. Would Masse give employment to any- one to keep them from becoming a city charge? No, not unless he goes back on his established reputation of twenty- five years standing....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 April 1896

l O O R COtTNTY I E M O C B A T , S T C B G E O N B A Y , W I S . , A P R I L 4 , 1 8 9 6 IH THB, GOUNTY. JACKSdlS-pOKT..' ' . Uext Tuesday's election will be one of principle and uot of friendship. Another heavy shower of rrtin fell thYoughont this region during last Sat- \" day. r There is. some talk of having a dance at the Guild Hall Easter Monday even- ing- . Our farmers are busy getting iu read- iness' for Beginning the usual spring work. Samuel Londo has 'fully recovered from the accident that he met with some time ago. Miss Margaret Carmody visited her parents in Egg Harbor town last Satur- day and Sunday. Now that navigation has opened, a steamer from the south may be looked lor at any time. To-morrow, the 5th inst.. is Easter Sunday, the day which marks the close of the Lenten season. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reynolds returned home Monday p . m. from a brief so- journ in Milwaukee. The stages are -'making pretty good time, notwithstanding the poor eon- •dition of the roads. Jos....

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

poqfffopyT pggwfflfe^^ :^FrieMss,. \".':of •/- Food:• '.'• Commtsaioijer A d a m s Flguflriiaf U p o n JMaJ. : McKlnley' s Election . SfadEiHOiKW i s . . March 31.—(SpocIni.J— I i f the friends, or soine of them at least, of Dairy and Food Commissioner If. C. ^ Adams of this city accomplish their de- sire, that gentlohinn will be secretary of Agriculture in President McKinley's wiKnet, provided of course Mr. MeKin- •Icy Is nominated and elected, and -Ww-. cousin Republicans generally Imhevc his ttonuimtion is nhiio-t a* certain a s the election of the successful candidate at bt. I*mis, whoever that may be. . The ardor with wlik b Wisconsin Re- publirarm are supporting the candidacy of the Ohio man 1B second only to that of the Republicans of his own state, and they reason that in the event of Ins suc- cess Wisconsin will be recognized with u cabinet position, and Mr. Adams mend s are first in the field in nainiug the man and place. Mr. Adams himself rays he. tuts-taken no steps nor ...

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

DOOR ^TJISTT » E M ^ WIS., APRlfc 4, 1800. A RIVAL OF WHIST. All Sport Ins teiiRliiiul J« r i a y l n s tlte New Game Cnlle I Varlfnie.'-'•\" . An:e:».p: the swii'Bs'or set'of-till Enylauil n ::c\\v punt' bus boon iiitroihtcoi], nun it is s:»iii t o b e n irlos.e -rival to wliist. Tin .ga'uio is vailed- vanillic, and although r.w'a* .ttvrtlp, its nutmi' is more iic:uiy r.ldii to the KUJUOI* «ii' choeUers and elioss. The vtiritim jiur.k uuu-.lwfs forty er.rcls. having no ta w cards, .nh'tl the pips tsputs) are ail in tiH- form of the -Maltese cios s ««d indented. The uifloronee if suit is • •pimjiSy the. difference of color, red. Idaek. glei-'!! .-mil yellow being the shinies used. The inunevieal arrangement of the. siot Is the same as ou ordinary cards— from o::e to feu inclusive—ami the game c ai yc played by two, three or four iiiind.-'. iisinjr as many suits or colors as there are jtiayers. Then, besides the cards, there are four -..boxes ot pipe, which fit into those ou t...

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

pllll $^S$fc^^ •/ wfovm TBEMONT, • • # * »Kai.MAN * JOHSrsosr, p*op^ tesiote newly refarolfihed and Minted throughout, anfl offers the very best of *ee©BHnoa'&tion8 for the trayeHng public.: Hot »iod obW witet baths. First-class sample -rooms. Free 'bus to and from\" all boats and trains. Rates «J.OO and 81.60 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. BA:Y SHOKK HOTEL, ...... ^--\\V :A.-JI rjsttwE»,iProp. •• • , Tlret Class accommodations for man,and beast., Atrood sample room connected with Uda House. Bates reasonable. SAWYER, DOORCa. WIS, TpIBST SfATtOSAfcHOTBtvi .*•' IOHS niJllGKRSON, Prop. .• A woll-ordered house. Recently enlarged arid newly atted. Good barns. Special attention given to the wants of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STURGEONBAY, WIS. fTUXTON UOTKI.. -,'•*• .JOHN lamJKE, Prop. 1619 Dunlap Ave, Menominee, Mich. Dlreotly opposite the M. R. U. Co.'s brewery. First-class wjcommodations for the travelling public. Will be Hpeclally pleased to see my old f...

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

'^'1S1® VOI*4v ^IJBOEOIV BAY y 1896, NG.12.: G. GREISEN W e have been busy all week impa^kin^ —- ^••MBW: G O O D S - Here ar e some of them : Waists Of all kinds for Ladies andBoys . Ladies' Print Shirt Waists......... ,25c Ladies' Percale Shirt Waists.........,. 50, 60,65j75,B5j $1, $1.25, $1.50 Ladies'SiUs Waists. ,..$2.50 to $5,00 Boy's Waists. Something to make life easier for the mothers. Shirt Blouse and Fauntleroy Waists from...,......... -20c to $1,00 White Fauntleroy handsomely embroidered Waist at...... .. ...65c Ladies' Trimmed Hats. Bought from the largest exclusive Millinery House in the country and trimmed by their experienced milliners. $1.25, $1.5 0 and $2.00. Ladies' Sailor Hats worth at whole- sale $6.00 a dozen, we bought in case lots and sell them at.........50c Misses' and Children's Trimmed Hats at.............75,85,$!, $1.25 Children's Washable Hats. Can be taken apart and washed. Just the thing for the little ones. Baby Bonnets at..,. 20c to 65c IiadiesVCape...

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

ItlllfiffHS iiRRI^lSlilliHIEI). ''^•President Married -to Mrs. .yy: { :-'-S \"' .Mary.&Wm W?k»•:/'. :'\"'^v.. §^PMbltc*!r»:a^ |?^^ij*M'' CitjV Mp, ^April 8^—After'-.-.a. gifwmpaigh filled with tinnehally severe fKjj^srithlhatlpns and (drifc, and in which |\"|p^ie8 - w*r?\"::8j)Ht from eenter .' • 'torcir:: |^miW*ii«* the city election yesterday.-'. Ss^is*^flff.:asf ieacefiHI^\\«8 Muy party. Wi'ftlie poliB were open from lia , in. to 5 s,jj£,'in., and the largest vote of years was S«polled All saloons were elow d tl»tht* feriqsd with the Australian system of vot- feSlh'K not the $lfphte«t friction WHS «'X* Wperjciieed of any: kiud. But one man £wj»it arrested for illegal voting. The day sJiitarte^in rainy and cold, tut became «S ?lwighter as it advanced. ffiii-iM P. A- and anti-A* P. A. wa« the fc»^neipal limne, with a wide SKHUC of re- iscform government. The novelty was pre- ^ t i t « f o f a Republican ex-mnyor, Henry feC^Kwmpf. well-known blinker,. running :.i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 April 1896

r J D g p * . : ^ ^ BAir, Wi^., APRlt I i , WW. When the -flanies at^ running riot, -^Pictures come .before bur eyes: ?eve steady, never quiet. Magic palaces arise , Now a goblin, now a fairy. Here an elf and there a gnome: Then a dream-boat, white and airy. Drifting on a sea pf foam. All th«*( tales that one remeaibers—' Pragous, witches, captive dames— Cleam together In the embers And the flashing of the flames Bits of sunny Bomtner play-time. White enchantments of the snow, Memories of night and dn.'-tttne, ' Lightly come and swiftly go. I.nst« train of cars, fall freighted With departing fairy souls. Cracks and roars as If belated. Rushing o'er a bridge of coals. Then the gold light tuCns to Titnber, •And-with'soft and stealthy tread Comes the Sandman, bringing slumber, AoW It's tune to go to bed! —Guy Wetmore Carryl in St. Nicholas. .The-young and pretty bride felt wor- ried and out of sorts. Only a short eight weeks ago she had married her dear Gus and had followed him to hi...

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 — 11 April 1896

• i H K ^ : c t o N ^ W^mmt DEMOGRftt- jgiaet^&fihitPoit 0#c« at BlurjjeOn May at & ••.•/,'•'•.'.'••' teedndclati matter. } ^, IfaMuhecl «v»ry Hatwnlay l the ^ fa- J . I » I N N E Â¥ : FBtKStflNG C O . •v':,' ! j. ^ P I N N E V , Kditot .•-:'\"' ' - aUBSCHIPTION PRICE, $1,5 0 PER YBAB. ST0KGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 11. \"Carry the news to Frankie.1' \"What a n endorsement for the ring and yourfeditorials, eh, Frankie?\" C. L. NELSOK, with characteristic good humor, says he will no longer be- Here in \"taking poison for snake-bite:\" W E wonder if our esteemed contem- porary realizes how little stock people take in what it has to say regarding city ©lection matters. WONDER if the great E. S. will have any misgivings in trusting his fall cam- paign exclusively- to the machinations of his local wire manipulator, • W J U* the Advocate continue to insist that Tuesday's election contest was a \"preliminary skirmish of the great ./'battle that will be fought in November next?\" _....

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 — 11 April 1896

§11 iym Cwsw j»^bd^%jBgg^Eby BAY, WIS ^ APKIL it, isoe IN Tfife. COUNTY. :' ' '-'•'. N4MHB, • :: '- W e are having very pleasant.•-yreather at,present. • ': •:\".-: • •.'••:•.'•' Miss Agnes O. LeClare called on friends in iJaium - las t Sunday. Miss Mat y A. Kit-by left for Green .Bay Monday, wherfr sh e wil l be em - ployed for some fame. Miss Alice Kirby left for Oconto Wednesday, where she intcuds remain- : i n g for a n indefinite length of time. T h e dance given a t Bonlanger's Hall o n Monday evening w a s well attended an d every on e claims to have had a jollv g o o d time. . _ Nicholas Moore, wh o has been visit- i n g friends i n DePere an d Greenleaf, B r o w n Co., for the past tw o weeks, re- turned home Sunday. Mr. M. Moore went t o Green Ba y Tuesday to attend the stock fair that wa s held at that place o n Wednesday, he also attended the fair i n DePere o n Thursday returning hom e the following day. . 1). D . Spalsbury i s building a n ad - dition to bis house. •...

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 — 11 April 1896

POOR COmfTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL II , 1896. Hsc&iitf Mmfflii | £ ^ u b l t c ^ 1&£ 0? jkMt City Ticket.. tie Interior oftheState. 1 \" t : * m w « u k e e , Wis., . A p r i l 8 — F o r t h e ? t k l r d Buceessly e t i m e t h e K e p u b l i c a h s ejecte d thei r c a n d i d a t e fo r m a y o r , a n d w i t h h i m all t h e o t h e r n o m i n e e s o n t h e :• *$&[ t i c k e t T h e y electe d a m a j o r i t y o f t h e a l d e r m e n a n d supervisors , hiaintaitj - Jh« v «otrol o f bot h b o d i e s b y a d e c isiy e '7-M*a$llty, a l t h o u g h t h e y lac k t w o v o t e s t o contro l t h e counci l b y a t w o - t h i r d vote . $ h © t o t a l v o t e c a s t w a s 4 2 , 8 1 5 , d i v i d e d a a f o l l o w s : /. KauBclieuoergor, R e p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7 . 0 1 7 M O * O D , I c u i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,377 ^,JE*lnrallty for JtnnseljeiHwr/jer. S.JVJ0. ifBattHchenberger r a n behin d ...

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 — 11 April 1896

\" g g g j j f c g ^ ^ BAT, ^ S . v APRI t ii » 1896 '$-.1 VHV: / .•, Bass ie.w^^iwi/ :.:•• ^\"vv'? /S ^Ti«t cftminori : Uorpiefly i» *tti to iii pri fi^riilwl with 16,000 eyes that is to sav. «is two compound ryes huso ? 8900 ?, *«*'! By this:-.siti£ular' \"'arr„i»j«'mt'„t wfavv s enabled ta se e in'ovVr? \"ainitiou /rJui_ to ritulp with great skill mid miw'wss ' tho maity dangers that threaten his dailv •existence.,' • / / . / / ••'//'• / \"•':• '- -V-:/•'•, :-•- . - V i ~-(Jii B o o t h s t»ampaiKn in India is AN INT_&ESTlN_ LETTER FROM A YOUNG LADIES' COLLEGE. m Oa.-se Between the Sexes for Education, j J^ealtBj Impiured by Incessant Study. i T h e race between the sexes for edu» «»tipn is to-day very close. ' '//Ambitions girls wor k incessantly Over their studies, and are often i brought to a halt, through havin g sacrificed the phy- sical t o th e mental. T h e n begin those ^ ^ a i f t i e n t B tha t must be ^Snaovied at once, o r jeywil l produce con- i n i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 April 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STCROEON BAY, WIS., A P R I L 1 1 , 189 6 Of Leading Finns and Establish- m e n t s ~?^c.1:'jaii5i|^ f -K«fiiis'botei-!«»'• W^'aewl^iireftirnlsliea anil' refitted hrd«^out and offers the vera best©! McdaimodatJonsfor the tra«eJlD«puWlc j Hot ?-'«ad- coitt water tatlJSi^Flrist-ciasssattiple «H»a»s: rPree 'bus to and frorn alt boats and ittWns. Bates MWapdM.B0pei'4iiy, r BAIT:S:i&:*• SHORE HOTKIv , *«fcusf*:»» Propyl •: ' , .• ••• . - •:!'-JPiMt''X!lass ajcoin»oaati6n for man and j^east: A good Sample room connected with • :iiiis'Hmi8e.^|ia^ :'V'-.'-.V, ?-' •V :'-'«SAWYER* DCKiit C&, -WIS.'-,:: •WIRST NATIONAL HOTKL, ^ ' - . : OHJ BKKOEBSON, Prop. A wcll^OTdcretf house. Recently enlarged *nd newly fitted- •''-•'.'•'• :' '::•-. ••' •-•': •:. 5 Good burns . Special attention gtveia to. the -wants of tahhere attdi their teams. ^ -/.' WineS, Liquors and ClRars, •:.-'. t\\: STfeBOEO!« BAY, WIS. : /: \" : r .-: r|-jILTOK HOTKL. ^ V v . ^ v ^ ^ ...

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 — 18 April 1896

V0t,.4 STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL IS, 1896. NO. 13. EISEN Carpets and Rugs. When furnishing your house this spring \"•it will beto:your interest to look over our stock. We can sell you Carpet as low as 24c. per yard. We sell frbin ' StOCk '\"'• ••'..,'-'•''. Heavy All Wool Ingram Carpet.. -50c Heavy All Wool Filled Ingrain Carpet at..................... . .45c Heavy Cotton Ingrain Carpet..... .35c WehaVe a lineof large samples to selectfrom, toth of Ingrain • and Brussels. \" .\":.'r 15 samples of Moquettes and •.. Brussels which we sell for . ' RugS.- :.' ' '' ' Best Moquette, per yard....... .$1.1Q Symrha Rugs* A more beautiful line was never shown in Sturgeon Bay^ 21x4&inch Rug at..... , 1 . . . ...$1.25 26x60 inch Rug 'at........i:, •.. $1.7 5 30x66 inch Rug at............. .$2.25 30x64 inch Rug at........:.'.-.. ,$2.75 36x72 inch Rug at..... ... .. $3.50 36x78 inch Rug at..............:.\\$4.00 Lace Curtains and Braperies. In all the newest designs and at up to dat...

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 — 18 April 1896

, POO^ .Cofal^.lXEMOCRA!ry 'gffj ^ m [§flit^:^lmm^ - - PaMfshsrs. .: '-:i ' :*':':^. -:',''••••'.'''..'. ' * ' ' • \" * . •'-.- jjprtrid!l% the EyWence In the Vene- zuelan Boundary Con- • | ^ s b i n ^ j i , I C-, April 14.—The •I^Veii^ziiClit cotomtaioh met today after '-\\*L ten jftys' recess with all the members Â¥^.]fa'^M.'^-Tbp:]1^&'xvhH consumed again •Sin jreadlng of reports from tie ihdivid* !j^ mev^ts upon t\\te progress they are '^making \"CT'itii the particular matters of •iftVe^tij^tion entrusted to them. Mr. v^Scrri^^'the' consul for the Venezuelan Sdvernmerit,has submitted about forty iiriajp* tarid charts, which are receiving consideration. Also he bns presented a : few translations of documents included •in the maB8 of evidence prepared at Cafaca* and transmittal to the commis- sion through Minister Anurade. There I« much more of this matter in the hahu** tftf the traHalators and it is expected I that at least two veeksV time.,\\yiJ be j-fVotilitDieirili-'the. ...

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 — 18 April 1896

t0O COUNTY DEMQCRAT, S^mGEOST BAY, WIS., APRIL 18, 1806. TO E F1STAL.\"WORD ... •. '. •• Heuee then at last! For the strife Is past. Ul' the Birth aitd, Death, of the Self anil Soli! • The memory 'breaks, tUe breath forsakes, The waves of the Aether o*er uie roll. The pulses cease, and the Hours release Their wearie d school of the nerves aud brain I-fall on the Deep of the Mystic Sleep, \"• Where the Word that Is Life elan be beard again. And the tires Ascend, nnd my fragments bleu*!, Aud the sand of my Being Is fused and runs •..-••'. T o the mould of a glass for the rays to pass Of the Suu of the Center that rules all suns. '. But. or ever I rest, I take from my breast My blood-drained heart for the tablet white • Of a sospel page to the far-off Age— O Hand Eternal! Come forth—and write! —Alfred H. Louis In Harper's Magazine. THE SlNTERERS, By FRANK HIRD. \"•(Copyright, 1S00, by Baehelier, Johnson & Ihicheller.) P A R T 1. A caravan, consisting of three coaches, w a s draw n ...

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