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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 April 1896

$$$J^ ? : lt.:C' :^tahedeir«i^.8atiirdasr by: the.:.' • .: t§fc-.'J.' I^NEY:' PRENTIN0 ,: CO. •tV^Xv^J*'^ 60B8CRIPTION PHICB. S1.S0 PER VBAR. StUBGEON BAY, WIS, APRIL 18 REPUBLICAN leaders of Wisconsin are trying every means to convince Gov, tJpham that he does not want a renom- : V' toadqn,'v-:•••' •• IT was predicted by his hired men here that the boss would make bis mark in congress. He has made it, and it is along black one, with gilt lettering, 4tA.t* A/* on the ruffled edge. THAT so-called \"roster\" case has ended. It would not../stick , in fact it was no case at all, nothing more nor less than a republican campaign dodge and has proved a boomerang to the republican party. - McKiNLErWM caused the first panic in twenty years. Democratic legislation is overcoming the evil effects of the vile McKinley bill. Now the, republicans arid monopolist want to inflict upon the people another McKinley bill. CONG. SJINOR will soou commence distributing cheap seeds among tho farmers of th...

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 — 18 April 1896

i^Mr: :- ,C:'-::::/-X^^:^ mm IN THE. COUNTY, Jno. George came home last week to attend the wedding of his sister Aunie! Mrs. Ole Oleson who has been quite sick for some time is slowly improving. School in the Maple's district is pro- gressing finely under the alile manage- ment of Mr. HarrySmith Peter Graef has his new cheese fac- tory well under way. He expects to be ready tor business about May 1st. La Grippe has visited nearlv ererv- body in this vicinity. Its visits wefe not welcome, but then—such is life. Jos. Zettel, Jr., has sold his farm in this town and has moved to this city, •where he intends residing in the future. Dan and Win. Peterson are home on a visit. The boys have been employed in the lumber camps of Michigan all winter. Frank Louscher and Fred Fax are visiting with their sister Mrs. William Adamson. Frank will fish with Jarvis Maples during the spring fishing. 81STKK BAY. The icewent out of the bay on Tues- day. The Kickapoo'Indian medicine Go. are now exhibiting...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 April 1896

m4 mm P O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U n O K O N B A Y . W I S . , A P R I L 1 8 , 1 8 9 6 . wm IT WAS NOT ZUELKE. i p l ^ r i y f o r f ^ ^ ^ -April, 14.~| Speci(U.]|^-: ^ ^ - ^ b l S a ^ w ^ t captured at Crystal • Lake, |VS f Itt^ 'supposed '•' \"*«! be Julius Ztielke, - theticedfactorythe p|5/murdewr of\" Edward Davids, turns but lSII-^^bea^e^wrctnff^ pian.v :^he'.'.following i?fi w^dl8pjitt«lj whs received hero this morning: S^H^'C^tol Lake,111., April 14.-*!. H. ttussell. «'/ Sheriff of Green Lake County: Got theturn V:,•':.: wrong roan. Will tie home at noon today.section & ?v.. -'•. •^'-'•- - IiUM8M3V EVANS*' *. ^!Kv»/-^/''/: '-/A Bepiity ^aerlffOfMarkesan, £#••\"' ^Ncws:: •' was\" /received '•' here Monday S j i l g l i t that a man supposed td be Jiuelke y ax hftd been arrested at Crystal Lake at i t « ^titeatici? that an officer be seat',•• at vv'once\"to^identify' Mm. Deputy Evans S-r \"wh* notific'd and started at otiee for ^ 'Mt)rywtal''-Lake..' ••...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 April 1896

:BOiG^ C6TJ^y ii^pGlto,:S|Ct|R€SEON^BAY WIS.,, AFRlI/ 18, I8»(i. • rr.^(-]y:':-T:o W a r d Off-a']dbMl^v:^ After having been obliged to remtiJa tor any length of tunc' iu Wet fjho*s great care is necessary to ward oS a cold. T h e . d a m p s h o e s , stockings: and- skirts should be removed and a brisk rubbing With alcohol /-.should'-' follow. - Jfot only dry, but warm footgear should be donned and a drink o f hot beef tea taken to strengthen and start the circulation after the long exposure. . -.-- , JEspcnhaVu lr G o o d s Co^ Milwaukee's greater stock of carpets, neW: spring styles. We always undersell. Send for illustrated catalogue. E S P E N H A I N D R Y GOODS CO., •'-^-.'••^.'•'••'-.'': \".'•'•••: Milwaukee, Wis. —Ore worth $1,0 a ton has beeu Struck recently on Bull hill at Colorado Springs. \" • .- . - :'•••• ::•• - \\ -• . •' -,-. T w o bottles of Piso's Cure for Con- sumption cured me of a bad lung trouble. -'•'«i- rs Princeton, Ind., Mar . 2G, 1895. —Mary Anderson t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 April 1896

^^^^^HS^^^^^I^^^^^^Ui^^^S^^^^ i Of Leading Firms and EstabliBh- Syiii& n.0ieT ^haa.:t^BSiic*ly::'ifef0riJl9lifea and ioeomttioaations lor the trawling pnWJc- v Hot •nfl cold water TttttOis First-class sample iwftawi -'boate\"aaa. trains. Bates U.p«Bd «i.60 p e t - d a y . ^ v \"MAY SHORE HOTEL, : : • ^JPir^t^Class accommodations tor mate and ib*a8t, i vt good', gaaiplc roomwi»n£bt irft thlsHonsc. Batcsrcasonatile.: •• .''.'• -f SAV^ICDQORCO» 1^S.'^:: : r, i p I K S T KATIOSfAL 'AOXKtV A %etl-driJerc4 house, Eecently enlarged ^unfl newly littca. : v''-:C--',.:,- ^- Good barns. Special attention given to the -wants of i armeru and their teamst,' ..v: Wines, JUquora and Cigars. nrui/rox HOXEI . :\"^-. •.'}.:' :. •.'.'.'• ,IOHX LftOUKK, Vtfip. ,' 1519 DunJap Ave., Menominee, Mtch, ^ Blrectly opposite the M.R, B. Co.^8 brewery. First-class accommodations tor the travelling tniWfc. Will be (specially pleased to see mjrold friend* and acquaintances from Sturgeon Bay, whenever in M...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 April 1896

VOl,. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1890. NO. 14^ O l o t l i i r t g . We Bought for ou r Spring trad e V : . ' . '. '•' 1128 Fair Men's aiifi Bqu's Pants.We 421 Men's ana Bou's Suits. 90 Men's Uaht Weiaht Summer .,:- : ':-: do^'::an(i\\ye8|s.Ts:y ^ - : This gives us an assortment of styles anasiaes not equaled by any other afore in the city. The style and make up of our suits shows they are made by experienced tailors and are not like the ordinary ready-made goods. We want to sell you your clothing, in fact we must, in order to reduce our stock. .•' Men's \"extra size\" Suits up to 48in a fine Black Glay \"Worsted at... .v........... . Extra size Pants from $10.00 $1 to $5 ©tra-vy- H a t s . We bought- 1088 Straw Hats of all kinds. Buying such a quantity we got better prices than if we bought but a few. dozens. sell Men's and Boy's Hats f r o m . . . . . . . . . Children's and Misses' Sailor Hats f r o m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4c 10c up «P Lwadies ' S k i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 April 1896

'^r^RCtpNi^AV^wis Splflip^J^ i^O^inKSflf ISDEAD. Austrlah ttiiltl-lMIHHpnalre Stricken with He'art-'.'b.lsieaije'-.at.'•• •'. : Kornorn. : Vienna, April 21.----Baron Ilirsch died this morning of heart disease at his estate near Komorn. BOO. jjffi^ l:^C^:.:: \\''\"- , V -}.' :.-'-' '\"'\"'\"'v.\"*:'. ':', •'\" '•'\"•'•'•' •' • !C-' y:.*^w.v:wHilvfre'Vpror^^ ':^,C'\"rCort*9Sj'AVfi!lch M e e t s a t Ma~ \" v ^ ^ y ^ ^ / . ^ : •:'-: : ^::' ^shinffton^:\\D.'V:'G.,. April 20.—The Swinish government within the next four iy\\ir0^fca :'^iU.'j)ut:iuto..«xccut(6a'ja compre- hensive system of home rule or autonomy for the inland of Cuba. •There is jjood reason to believe that t the state department has received from Madrid Jnfortimtiora to this effect. In aiiy event it 1« beyond -question that this important movement in assured. The promises to bring to a midden termination v--'*lwt irritation and friction which ba8 ex- t«t«l for many months between the United States and Hpaiuand to replace...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 April 1896

PIS POOR COIENTT r PEMtOCRAT, STtTRGEpy BAT* WI$M APRII, 25, 1S9& '•MM A SONG I K EU.E . ) Mine no more! • * • For other eves AU tliybeauties now are spread,\" All the rapture of thy skies When the winds laugh overhead,\" All the boundless nioorlatid ways I'urple with the heather bloom Dusky wood's, and hills ablaze AVitu the glow of yellow broom, direloss feet will come and go, Only 1 that loved thee so Wander ou rin alien shore—^ )U,ni country, mine no more! Mine no,more! Still I see In hnvmtlng dreams IAIOII and glen and valley fair. Hear the roar of mountain streams Feel the rush of moorland air: \"Every northern wind that blows. To my heart sorae message brings Every bird that'northward goes Bears my greeting on its wings. Happy winds and wild birds free! Would that I, like you. could flee! To that land beloved of yore— • Oh, my country, mine no more! Mine no more! —Chambers\" Journal. TRANSPLANTED. It wa s th e biggest 'ball of the season, anil the assembly room of th e fa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 April 1896

DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY. WIS., APRLL. 2 5 , 18JKJ. iEM06Rfti iJS^md:at:th«\\PoU Office\"-:tttStjtrgepHSoi/m ^ Ir, PJMEY PR^TI:N&VC< The Manitowoc Pi-ess comes but for Beed just in time to bd included among the chief mb\\xm6t$.~-l*'wd du Lac Si- '/)pfycf,-.''/f :. •.:• •: The Reed profcranim\"4, as outlined by Congressman Pihgloy in tho house, is to attempt no more than the passage of the appropriation bilisand then adjourn early nest month. Speaker Reed will Unentitled to a vote of thanks from the whole country if:He carries out his plan -—Mil. Journal. Again the Fond du Lac Common* wealth repeats the falsehood so* often exposed that imports of shoddy have increased under the operation of the present tariff law. It evidently believes that \"a He well stuck to is as good as the truth.n When it .first, made the statement the Journal gave the import statistics which proved it absolutely false. But what does an organ care for statistics?—'Mil.Journal. Mr. Carlisle...

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

DOOR COUXTY iEaidCRAT/ST!tJEaEO BAY, w i s , APRIJ, 25, 1896. IN T H B COUNTY. JACKSONl'tHtT. Farmers are hustling in their crops. Johu Tiplet-, of Sturgeon Bay, was in town within the week. Since shipping began, thiugs have livened up considerably. The schooner Rob Roy loaded at Rey- nold's dock last Monday. Jos. Johnson, Jr., made a trip to Egg Harbor and back on Weduesday. The \"suckers'\" have made their ap- pearance in Hibbard's creek. The schooner I. M. Forest and scow German loaded at Reynolds dock last Friday. Rev. A. Seeber conducted divine ser- vices in St. Michael's Catholic church last Sunday.. Mose LeAnnah smiles blandly of late. It is a girl and has come to v stay so Mose says. ^ Judd Russell, who is teaching school at Whitefish Bay, spent last Saturday and Sunday here. The new town board of audit met last Tuesday to adjust the financial affairs of the town. Andrew Anderson was over to Egg Harbor Tuesday, after a load of freight for merchant LeMere. Aug. Noll, of Sturg...

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

M D O O 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 . , A P R I L 2 5 , 1 8 9 6 . £i ^^e»mihee : River JHslngf -to An if n i l.v ? f tS'\" .Vs'ual\",High\\4i»arl« ia*' h' ' : -, - .- ?\"=^% v:' -\\'. : 'Mariri6t*e^ :..-: %:/''^ \" .,'- .::r |^»Matiftette,:'Wi».v April 21 ^Special.]-- ^het» is great danger of a flood in the v tteittity ofthis city Qwing tothe:lifeli :\" '?wateiv ill the 3\\l^»iiinee ail Jhe:larm» •-: ferii liyibg along the Tivcr bare Iwert • \" :obligedjfo leave their homos and come v.yto' ilhe'cit although many of them have fl^ply move inland a few rods. : } S h M l d t h d river continue to rise there - Is danger of the placed being swept away and the damage will lie largo, as the property in this vicinity 1* valuable, •'V*lbttBfS the past-week tli« river has risen ove^Vme feet arid it in still rising. The bridge* at Iron Mountain and Crystal Kail*, Mich., art? in danger, and two of them on the Menominee art? liable to be washed out at a...

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

POOR COIINTY PlMdOR^Ty STURGEON BAT, WIS,, APRIL 2&, 1$06 ',. • \" H a d - R e i l ' U a i r s V ' o .•:.,'For the purpose of this tsilo i t umst h e remembered that Judg e Coffey ha s re d hair. I\\Hhii- the sdiade is more prop- erly termed 'ginger.\" but thou, a chevoU ure approaching rubest-euee in ever «lnlW rod. Ex-Judge -Bowers', a ven- firahio jurist who in' early d.iyw w a s a ••light, of the isniH'rior ni-iiih, vras arguiiig JI la w noint of pome hnportunee before •liulso.Coffey.•'/He-had.d .triek of ™ - phusixing his periods with a n uplifted forefinger, and, after defining his views, e n d e d n p very solemnly: \" I wee around sue iBiiny gray-haired lawyers.• whose opinions. I have ho doubt, ''agres*. with - those I have 'just expressed to your hon- or—liien whose snowy loclis testify to—\" A t this juncture Judg e Coffey \"leaned over his desk and in his mildest tones in- t e r r u p t e d : \" I have no doubt von ar e , right, judge, and your deference to grav- ...

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

!^g%^^mW*wM$ : p®60::&^tt\"!^^ W l ^ e ^ i n g r F i r m s a n d Establisli - .^:: TWs'ioteJf \"has Iwea Scwiy reforhii&ed and Mfltted throughout,and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. S o t sad cold water bains. First-class sample naxoB. Free 1 fc«s to and from all boats and twins. BMe»«.a and 11,60 per flay. S*UBOEON BAY, WIS., - - BAY SHORE HOTEL, , .,-:'•' .V :v-A J. *\\KLLK»R, ^rop. First Clas^ accommodations for man and ieaat. A goodsampleroomconnected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO, WIS. :-' TP1BST NATIONAL MOTKL, * JOHN BKBGKBSpN, Prop. V A well-ordered bouse, Recently enlarged and newly fitted. ':••',/:'. /.--'-'\".. Good haras. Special attention given to the wantfl of farmers and their teams. Wlnesi Liquors and Cigars. •-•\"• STURGKON B A V , WIS. .:: rpILTON HOTKfc. . :-~\\-/. : JOHN LaOCKB, Prop. 1519 Dunlap Ave., Menominee, Mich. Directly opposite the M. R. B. Co.'s brewery. WrsKslaHB accommodations for the ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 May 1896

liw^a^liPMMaiiii STURGEON NO. 15. IT'S UMBRELLA WEATHE R NOW! '.• Every day.In\" the week and nearly every hour of the day. April and May have a way of catching one out in the wet —NO UMBRELLA! Here is a handy one you can car- , ry in rain or shine. It is a tight roll, neat appearing affair, no bulkier than a cane, .with silk top, 26 inch, at.....'.,.......... .$1.25 Cotton Gloria Umbrella, fast mbuiffidt -.:*. . v..... . .50c and 65c Cottoix Gloria Uinbrelia, : v. Gentlemen's size, only.... 80c PARASOLS. ••'. ' • .::. We have a most beautiful line-of : Parasols. All the latest in white black, and colors, up to $3.5 0 each Little girls1 Parasols, 25c, 35c , 4 5 c SHIRT'WAISTS. •:.. /:,,, The warm weather suggests cool- er clothing—a shirt waist for : instance. The style and finish of onrs excel all others. The \"assortment is large and the, \". price is right. Give them a trial. Children's Trimmed Leghorn : : • ). Hats ,............'... . vV.:.-. 'iV. . 75c. Misses trimmed Leghorn h...

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 — 2 May 1896

f|jS,3w ms^mmiutiammm POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEO y BAY, WIS., MAY 2 , 1806. S T U R G E O N BAY . WIS . i. i, mm PRINTINC GO., - - puwfshers, BOUTED THE NATIVES. A D e t a c h m e n t fro m B u l u w a y o M a k e s A n o t h e r . : Sortie . London, April 28.—The Mashonainnd (South Africa) agency here has received the following dispatch from Buluwayo, dated April 27: \"Big engagement this morning. Three Impls mtrrounded ns. Defeated and rout- ed tbem with great loss.*' V A N X I E T Y FO R T H E T O W N . Yesterday's Dispatches Were Not at All Reassuring. Copyrighted, 1898, by the Associated Prow. Cape Town. April 28.—The dispatches which filtered through frora Buluwayo yesterday increased the feeling of anxi- ety felt here regarding the fate of the besieged town. According to the latest advices the circle of fierce warriors be- hind the mound fortifications had again been' drawn closer to Buluwayo'- and at the name time extended, The MatubelcH, when this n e w s Was sent out fr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 May 1896

I06 eOOTPr BEMOCHAT, STURGEON fiAlf, %Â¥!&., MAY 2. 1396. VJSXCS VICtKlX . .She leads ffifc by a silken string? A ribbon Battering iu per hair, A flower upon her bosoni fair Give all my cmoroUs fancies wiug. She drags me down—1 cannot rise, 'the devil's light within her eyes Has lit a fire that never dies. C thought that time had made me strong . That nature niid niueli mystic lore Would claim my heart Cor evermore -And raise tue. o'er the \"Weaker, throng Now air my vain phtlosonhy yields up to woman's witchery My lofty purpose from rue slips ' My pride endures a cruel eclipse. Insane to kiss those mocking lips! \"'TIS vain—I cannot break the spell. And bring unto my heart release To go in philosophic peace No. slave to Love's tyrannic hell KHi'.tliut oblivions cloud might rise 'Twixt me and those laughing eves! 'Then art might claim once more her own \"With nerves of steel and heart of stone Ordained for higher destinies But now—a slave to her alone. Fair Venus pities not my m...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 May 1896

Il8ptil . jb0«m^MWJOT^ 3't:, *.:'!.': :stepnel $as» matter. ' . , -\"• ir:»/, v'\"vJPaUilte eeixSaturito by ttte wi'&itVS&EX PRINTING CO. V .\\- V' J.. J / ' P t N I C K y , E d i t o r . - . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 PER Y*Aft STCRGJEOS BAY, WIS., MAY2. EDtTQftlflL. Tuu gerrymander made by the special session oltbe legislature last winter will shortly bo brought up in the supreme court for decision as to its validity. SEND Sawyer to the sonat e, and its dollars to'doughnuts' that he'll get back a big share of the money ho had to turn oyer to the state as bondsman for the interest grabbing ex-state treasurers. Many people will learn with regret that Senator Sherman is becoming blind. In fact he is almost totally so, even now. He says he approves of the Ohio platform and cannot see that it is a straddle or an evasion. THE Milwaukee Evening Wisoousin is one of those silly organs that howled \"democratic 'hard times\" two years ago, and continues the same howl, even now, whe...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 May 1896

IOO COUNTY DEMOCRAT* STITKGEOtf BAY, WIS., MAY 2 , 1896 , % IN THE, COUNTY. JACKSONF0RT. Philip Klaus has gone to fanning. The birds are singing nierrilv these clays.'-' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Root's family was recently increased by one. - This vicinity was visited by a heavv 4o\\vn-pour of rain Tuesday night. Ed. Murphy, who spent the past win- ter here, is sailing on the Conquest. Miss Jennie Brabazon closed a very successful term of school in Gibraltar last Friday. George LeClair is emploveil at Horse- shoe Bay. How lonelv \"she\" must be, eh. George? The Ludington. of the Goodrich line, made her initial trip of the season here on Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Johnson transacted business in Stnrgeou Bay on Monday, returning the same day. * Mrs. Ruben Page, Si\\. has been critic- ally ill, but is much better at this writ- ing, we are pleased to say. Geo. Feuerstetu, the Sturgeon Bay Catcher, passed through the village Wednesday on his way north. The schooner Conquest, Gapt. Jahn...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 May 1896

POOR cotjyrr DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 2, isoe. iilirtiiL^^ ^Sitya She feUlcd Montgomery Gibbs at Buffalo. Startling Oonfesaion Made by a Convict Wanpun, Wis., April 27.—Minnie AHen, a convict, 30 years old, serving t w o years for burglary, lias confessed that oa the night of April 20, 1894, at Battalo, N . Y . , she shot and killed Mont- gonnery Gibbs, a lawyer. She lived at Niagara Palls, on 'the Canadian side^ and claims that Gibbs had promised to •tarry her. Sh e says she met him and repeated her request that be marry her. H e refused and she shot him three times. Itus confession is made to clear Clarenee BoUnson and his wife, who are serving life sentences for the murder. - . Minnie Allen soys that on the night of the murder Gibbs took her to the theater. Thejr, left early, and while in Delawnre avenue she asked him-to marry her. H e refused, and she asked him for his revolver. H e handed her the weapon and she shot him, threw the weapon be* wide hi s body and went to ...

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 — 2 May 1896

POpB CK^Ndfo ^ MAY % 1890. 5bnr blood' in Spring is almost certain to be full of impurities—the accumula- tion of the. winter months.. Bad ven- . illation of sleeping, rooms, impure air i n dwellings, factories and shops, 'oyer-, eating, heavy improper foods failure of the kidneys and liver properly to do extra work thus thrust upon them, are the prime causes of this condition. It is of the utmost importance that yo u Your Blood Mow, as when warmer weather comes and the tonic effect of cold bracing air is gone, your weak, thin, impure blood •will not furnish necessary strength. .That tired ieeling, loss\" of appetite, will open the way for serious disease, ruined health, or-'breaking out of humors and impurities. To make pure, rich, red ~ blood Hood's Sarsapanlla stands un- equalled. Thousands testify to its merits. Millions take it as their Spring Medicine. Get Hood's, because Hoods SarsapanlSa Isthe Only True Blood Purifier. AH dnigsis's. SI. Prepared only by U I. Hood f Co.. Lowe...

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