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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 May 1896

Sffi fllK ^SHSIgc*^^^ v J Office oyerjtelcber-j Drog Store, BesWence ^mmcrilai Hotel. Room ft •'• ::Vyv :*: -lar . fJTOTKt TBJEM05T, ' • • * * y HBil^aAN * JOHJfSON, I»roiM- V:TMB libtel 1»8» been newlyrefurbished w refitted tbrougbout, and offers the very bgst OJ accommodations for the traveling public Hot ftnd cold wiw?r baths. First-claBS sample rooms. Free !hu» to and from allboatsand trains. Bates SJ.OO and *l.Mpe day. ' STUJtOEON BAY, WIS. \",.•',' '. BAV SUOKii HOIBI., A. J. FEIXNER, *rop.. First Class accommodations for man and beast, A good sample room connecud vrith tWfl House. Bates reasonable. , SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. ipiKS T NATIONAL MOTJKI., *.' ,IOHK BEKGEKSON. Prop. A wcii-ordered house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Godit barns. Special attention given to the wants of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STORGEO^f HAY, WIS. T VUtOS HOTEL,' JOHN LaOUKE, Prop. jSiePunlap Ave,, Menominee, Mich. Directly opposite the M R . B, Co.'* brewery. Firs...

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 — 9 May 1896

VOL. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1896. NO. 16. ISEN. Have you noticed the metropolitan appearance of our show windows? If not, don'tfail to take a look at them and you will imagine you are in front of one of the large Chicago Department Stores. If yon come in arid buy, you will surely think you are there. ThePliant Shoe is the finest and the . best in the marketto-day. Anew lot received yesterday, C, and D. Last. Finest Needle Toe, Dark Tan Oxfords,.................... .$2.00 Finest Needle Toe, Dark Tan, Cloth top, lace Shoes,....., r .$2.75 Finest Needle Toe, Dark Tan, Button Shoe,.....,.. ...$3.00 Finest Needle Toe, Dongola, Cloth Top, button, $3.00 Finest Needle Toe, Dongola, Kid Top, button,, ......... . .$3.00 We have others and cheaper makes which are also good wearers. Ladies Tan Dongola, button Shoe, ..../':• .$2.00 Ladies Tan Goat, button Shoe, $1.60 Ladies Tan Goat, Oxford Tie, $1,25 Ladies Misses Child's, \" « $1'0 0 button Shoe, $1.25 \" \" .95 c Men'sShoes. ...

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 — 9 May 1896

• p ^ a j d ^ §it STURGEONftAY,WIS . ^ J. KHSEY P B M G CO., - - Publishers. '..-.-• .'.'\"' ' ' ' • • ' \" ' - ' . • ' • I . ' ' Five-rStory Building In Cincinnati Is Wrecked by an Ex- plosion. , ' Cincinnati, O., May 0.—At 8 o'clock latt night the five-story building, 480 and 482 Walnut street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, was blown to the ground by on explosion of gasoline. By midnight it was known that six were killed,\" eighteen injured, but the work of removing the debris had pro- weeded no slowly that the general esti- mate of the killed and wounded greatly exceeded this number. The building tteemed to collapse so that the pile of debris was covered by the tip roof and after working several bourn it was found that the only way to rescue the victim* jvn« to remove the immense mass of fcriek and timber. Accordingly, workmen were put at it, as many of them an could work on it. The killed and injured so far as yet known are us follows: The kilted: NOWX A. WAV1T. :'-AltOMM ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 May 1896

DOOR COUKTJ T Dina»©ILiTv STimGEOK BAY, VIS., MAT 0, 1896* AUBORIC1DE. 'A word of grief to the erewhile: — We have cut the oak flown Hi our Isle. Aud I said:' \"Ye have bereaven The soug-thrnsh anU the Dee, And the flsher-boy at sea Of bis seamark In the even Ana gourds of cooling shade, to lie Within the sickle's sound ••-• . And the old sheep-dog's saffron eye Of sleep on duty's ground And poets- of their tent And quiet tenement. Ah, impious! who BO paid Such futherhood, and made Of murmurous Immortality a cargo and a trade.\" For the hewn oak n century fair. A wound in earth, an ache in air. And I said: \"No pillared height With A .summer dais over, Where a dryad fled her lover \"Through the long arcade of light Nor 'neath Areturus rolleth more, Since the loud leaves are gone, .'.Betweenthe shorn cliff and the shore, . Pan's organ antiphon. 'Twus nameless envy fed This hlow at grandeur's head: •Some green reproach o'erdue. Degenerate men' ye drew. That for his too plain heavenl...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 May 1896

DOOK COCNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY. WIS., MAY », 1896. f--:0ttmA':ttt:th«'.:Pmt Office :af M^M^Bayas •?' ''tttjhrfiertfivcry Saturday by thie•::'••• f&.: J . • PINJ*13Y'' :PRIKTING : €0.: a. J. PIK3SJKY, Bclitor. SUB8CHIPTION PHICS8. $1.50 PBH VSAB* :STUK.(JE()K . BAY, '• wis., ., MAY. • • o. ••': -'Tn& fact that Wis. repahllcan cong- ressmen were not present at the cere- monies attending the acceptance of Mar- quetto statue jiatn the state of Wiscon- sin, istftiUieientevidence that -their fear of the A. IP. A. is greater than their love for the state of Wisconsin. TiJK Senate has discovered that a three million dollar steal was worked through Congress In the «60,0K,00 ap- proprialionWH. What the general pub- lic would like to know is what portion, Uany, of that huge sum of money would go to \"aye\" voting congressmen if the bill becomes a law. WE are in receipt of several propose tlons to advertise goods for Chicago houses that want to work up a trade with our farmers, b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 May 1896

» Q Q R COUNTY DEMOCRAT, S U R G E O N B ^ 1 ^ , ^ A Y 0 , 1806 . st^v:||||g^^^|p|K IN f *iE COUNTY. •• • ••.' SEVASTOPOL '/\"y:\"::: Fanners began seeding iu good earn- est this week. School -'.'-closes iu the Maples 'district' Friday, Stay S : . : \\K The shipment of wood from White- fish Bay eontiaues at a lively rate Voeks&Weidertinauii's cheese factory •will open up for business Monday Slav ^i%V:v y 7:r,,/, ',:. •' : '..:./. , •'. . Nick Miller has leased the old Bald- win place for three years. \"He moved family aud stock this week. George Movvry handles the birch in the Zettel district. George, though new at 'the business, is inakiug quite a record for hiiuself. Arbor Day was duly celebrated by all the schools in this town, by planting of trees, shrubs, flowers and the render- ing of appropriate programs. The new town board has charge of ..the town business. The old officers having turned over all moneys and records satisfactorily to all parties eon- •cerned. v\",•/:• •....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 May 1896

m. P O O B C O r o f T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U B G E Q y B A Y , W I S . , M A Y 9 , 1 8 0 6 . WMM§Mf^lW&M ''i^&':.J^a: ^Ij&b Elapsed and SBoth. ( |' MUwankeft Wis, May e.—Tflla is tie,charge •g% ithirjaday of the *tr#t car »trikt and tBa \"i Wi» JMEoKday morning when the 000 em- j & i a t o ^ p £ the Milwaukee .McctricVtla!!-' : enfb'rec thc-ir (Jeuianrl of an increase from 19 to 20 cents an hour and recognition •af^of their nniom\\:-:v.-:.---- The first day the tie-up.was very cora- ^plc&v 4h ^only cars run being: those u manned by Jngpeetorfs. barn foremen and k «BHW employes of the company. The Btrikcra: organized themselves iuto com- panies~one tox each car barn-rfliid elect' «d «:captain who»e duty it was to sec that the men preserved Rood order. The strikers kept in their uniforms, removing -, only the numbered badge which was the distinctive Bi|?n of their being in, the street railway employ. Even if they were not HO dfapoHed, the men were there...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 May 1896

iim^j^Bifgmmwmsi BOpOB COtTNyg t ) ^ P C ^ T , ^ M B G E O N BAY, WIS.* MAY 0, 1890. Will be of value to th e world by illnstrat V1? the,improvements in th e mechanical a r t s and mrinen^pbysici'JYns will tell you tha t the progress in medicinal agents has oeeis of equal importance, and a s a strengtheningr laxative tha t Syrup of Figs is far in advance of all others, —A story Sir • Andre w Jaufel , ex-lord mayo r of I^ondon likes to tell is t h a t of a n old E s s e x lady wh o wrote to him after he' had iiassed a heavy sentence on a m a n for cruelty to a donkey, thanking him \"in her own nam e and tha t of all t h e donkeys in the United Kingdom:\" 4 Button Rahniger in all the leading shades^ Embroidered back, every pair warranted, a t $1.00. £ C I n s p genuine P . K . Trianon Gloves. Embroidered back, at $1.19 a pair. W a r - r a n t e d , : . Send for samples of our Ne w Dress Goods. Bargains. ,-\"A. postal card w i t h your nam e will o l 2 n & ^ ? £ , o u r New.- Spr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 May 1896

P O O R COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 9 , 1896 . '^'. :-^46^e^::.Bi*hei^'-^gSiiiwi : Residence •^bonwerc'ial Hotel. Room 16/^ '.,.'. HOTEL WtKMUWT. : .^B^liMAK^JOHNSOSr, rropg. v. •: been newly refurnished and tofcfltted throughout, and oilers tbe very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths. First-class sample rooms, JPrec 'bustd and from all boats and trains. Bates.11*0 and »J M perday. • :V- : STURGEON BAY,•WIS, .^- -- BAY SUOKK HOTEL, (V. . . Ai J. FEtfcNER, Prop. . \" 'v:.-irirst'-dJtt8»i aoc.otiunodatIonB.,..-for man and teast A good sample room connected with Oilaflousse. Bates reasonable. SA^YEK, DOORCO.. WIS. TE»IK8T NATJOSAL MOTELi -^••.•:' rfOHK BEIlOKItSOX, J»rop A weH-ordered house. Recently''cfllftrfred and newly fitted. . : Good barns.,Special attention given to the .wants otfarmers and their teams. .• Wines, Liquors and Cigars. : STURGEON BAY, WIS. TILTOS HOTEL. JOHN lanUKK, rrop. 1519 Dunlap Ave., Menominee, Mich. Dir...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 May 1896

TOE ,M STURGEON BAY, WIS,/SATURDAY, MAY 16-1B96. NO. 17 O. GREISE To-day , Saturday , w e will raise t h e curtai n o n th e finest Clothin g E x h i b i t ever produce d i n Stur- geo n Bay . I t is no t all show with u s either, w e hav e th e stock be- h i n d it. N o such line w a s ever s h o w n i n th e city. W e ca n fit t h e m all, f r o m a 3 yea r old b o y t o a 50 inch chest m a n . T h e prices ar e right , too . Boys Knee Pants suits at . . . . . . 6 5 c Nothing cheaper produced -if* there is, we could not find it in the market. Boys Suits, coat, pants, and vest, up to 18 years, at only...... . . $ 2 . 5 0 Mens Suits, straight cut coats, good wearer $ 3 . 0 0 Black Cheviot suit, real dressy. . $ 3 . 5 0 Ourbetter grades range up to $ 1 6 . 0 0 Warm Weather Clothing, Mens Coats, made of Dark Gray Seersucker . . . . '.. . 5 0 c Black and White Stripe, Sateen Coat $ 1 . 0 0 Black Alpaca Coats .. $ 1 . 2 5 Black Alpaca Coats . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 2 . 0 0 These we hav...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 May 1896

• ^ o ^ ^ i i q ^ ^ S T U R G E O N BAY , WIS , 11PINRBT PRIHTO CO., - -Publishers. m MUST-ASSWEH S u p r e m e Cour t D e a l s t h e Railroad s a H a r d B l o w In t h e B r o w n \"•': \".: . . . C a s e . • -\"v ' • ' • • -^_ ' • ' ' •' 'o Washington, D . C , May 12.~-Another Mow nt the railroads was struck ...in WflHhinst&n yesterday,« The Snprcme «oui in chambers denied the application for n rehearing of the famous Brown ease in which a decision was rendered March Zi. AH a result of the denial a maudntc will issue from the court and the division will become operative. The United States court at Pittsbnrp will be supplied ••with transcripts and Theodore F . Brown, auditor of the Alle- gheny Valley Railway -..company, the de- fendant in the case, will he rearrested and required to nnsw questions .'touch-' ing the Krantlng of rebates 1o the Union Coal company, one of the favored corpo- rations itmide the Allegheny Valley cor- poration. Brown wa s originally, committed to j...

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 — 16 May 1896

P b o f t c o t j y T r ^ BAT, WIS., MAY IG, lsae. HO W T H E CLOCKS SPOKE. Tick, Toek' Tick, Tack! Tick, Took: Tick, Took! '•Said hi solemn tones the old ball clock •And, tick-a-tock, tlek-a-toek, t!ck-a-toek, lick, • . . . . - • .... T h e kitchen clot-k sung loud and quick. Vhll e thfc parlor clock iu a-soft, slow way. With a tick, tick, tick, marked the time of day. ' .\"\"What do the clocks say, mamma, dear, \"With their 'tick, toek, ticks* that sound so queer?\" ' \"They tell us, Swcetklus, when to rise -And when It is time to shut our eyes When it is tluie to work or play, •Aud do'the things we must do each day.\" -Across the wide ocean, one summer day, Sweetklns and ninniaia sailed away 'To strange lauds where they saw strause folk But not a single word one spoke T)id Sweetkins know, though she puckered her brow. And listened as hard as she knew how. \" W h a t do the folks sny, mamma, dear? I cannot tell, they talk so queer.\" '•They say the things you hear me saw But they ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 May 1896

DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAIT, WIS., MAY 16 , 1896 . Entered Mm^qii O^ce at mr(ieonJiayae s ^nUHbed ev»«r Saturday 'bjr'.th*..,\" W^visnsass' 'PRESTIN cd. J . J . E ' l J i N K Y . E d i t o r , SUBeCRIPTION PRICB. *f .5 0 PB« V*A»« STURGEON EAY, WIS , MAY 16 ebiTORifiL. THE local high tax organ is strongly opposed to A. P. Aism being brought into politics at all. Wo dotftblame the editor of that sheet in the least for such a desire, because whenever the stink is stirred up it is too easily traced to his own party leaders. Gov. UPHAM'S renomination for gov- ernor's seat would be a hard pill for the local organ to swallow. Some of its utterances along about the time the bill fixing the assessable value of floating property was passed, will be good read- ing this fall in ease of a renomination. WOSDEH if the \"Catholic Delegate\" (his own signature) from a town or two north, has changed his opinion any of late concerning that great (?) man Minor? There are none so blind as ...

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 — 16 May 1896

» O 0 R COVJ^t/»EM0ClRA^, STmSGEON:BAY, WlS^, MAY 1«, 1896 . IN THB COUNTY. EGG H A B B O R . . John Buncla is pushing his cheese factory towards completion as fast as' circumstances will permit, and in a short time he will be able to dispose of all the milk he can get in this vicinity, by way of converting it into cheese. Some of the fishermen along here have beeii kept quite busy recently,, ''clearing\" their nets. Sometimes it was almost impossible for them to clear their nets, yet so low are the prices that very little profit is realized after all. The farmers around here are alldays. •working diligently putting in their crops. Even our genial vender's of *'lager\" and other mild drinks, have abandoned their respective positions and have given themselves to farming, partly no doubt, for the pleasure of rusticating, but more generally for the direct results of their labor. \" • After a lingering illness, Capt. Ferd. J ornes died lastThursday. The funeral took place last Saturd...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 May 1896

s e n '^ OTffiE ALMOST 0Â¥EE^^ ^ € ^ Nearly All of the Cars Running in Milwaukee &>6trik ieaders, However, ClaimTJbey, HaveftChance to Win. Milwaukee, Wis., May H,~Yesterday was ft unique Sunday for Milwaukee',. • the like of which waH never before -seen • here. Not a street car was run during the, day and at sundown the police bad not, made un arrest 6u any charge. The mercury showed 9 2 degrees in the shade and the sidewalks were thronged with people ''.trudging to the parks and beer gnrdCDH, while thousands were carried about by busses and other conveyances. The reason for this peculiar state of affairs was the strike of the employes of the Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light company, who went out a week ago to enforce their demands of an in- crease in pay from 19 to 20 cents an hour and also recognition of the union. Hoodlums bad created much disturbance through the week by stoning ears and \"Egging\" policemen and imported inotor- WJOB. Therefore it was deemed best ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 May 1896

D O O R 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 Y 1 6 , 1 8 9 6 . T h e iro n g r a s p o f scrofula haS n o m e r c y u p o n it s victims. Thi s d e m o n of t h e b l o o d is often n o t satisfied w i t h causing dreadfu l sores, b u t rack s t h e b o d y w i t h t h e p a i n s o f r h e u m a t i s m unti l H o o d ' s Sarsaparilla c u r e s . \"Nearly four year s ago I became af- flicted with scrofula an d rheumatism. Runnin g sores broke out o n m y thighs. Pieces of bone came out and a n opera- tion wa s contemplated. I had rheuma- tism i n m y leg*, draw n tip out of shape. I lost appetite, could not sleep. I w a s a perfect wreck. I continued o gro worse an d finally gave u p th e s Welltdoctor'w treatmen t t o tak e Hood's Sarsaparilla. Soon appetite came back th e sores com- menced to-heal. ' M y limbs straightened ou t an d I throw, a w a y ray crutches. I am. now stout an d hearty.„and a m farm- ing, whereas four years ago I Was a crip- pl...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 May 1896

Mi #S: IfIv^sTtJ^c^oif'BAY,!•.wis, \" j.:,:ifflj0e 'oyer I^lcnei's Drag Store \" JtesMenc*: jpsiHm^Kilaj.Hote^ JfOTEJL TBKMONT, v /.'. ^-WgMMliJasbcea newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers ttte' very1eBto »ccbiiimodatloQ3 for the traveling public. Hot ttitd cold water oaths. First-class eample wwms. Free 'bus to and from all.boats and trains. jRatesfl-OO and 81.60 per day, ' STURGEON BAY, WIS- ::.:\": -•: BA * SHORE HOTBL, • '. • • A. J f iPKI-.fcNJE«, Prop. •'••\" . - Jlrst Class accommodations for man and Iseast, A good sample room connected with this House. Kates reasonable. SAWYEJR, DOOR CO., WIS. FIRST NATIONAL HOTEL, JOHN BEKGERSON, Prop. . :A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged « newly fitted. Good barns. Special attention given to the wants of farmers and their teams. . Wines, Liquors and C%ars. STURGEON BAY, WIS. TILTON MOTEL. JOHN LnOCKE, Frop. 1610 Dunlap Ave., Menominee, Mich. • Directly opppnittS the M. R. B. Co.'s brewery. WMt-claos accommodations ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 May 1896

VOLu 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1890 NO. IS . WE FAILED THIS WEEK! To sell all our TRIMMED HATS, We have a few dozen left. Ladies', Misses1, and Childrens'. We are clos- ing out the entire line at cost. A great opportunity to get a cheap hat. Babies' Embroidery Bonnets at... .20c \" • •\" \" • « ...25c \" Silk Bonnets at...50cand 65c Childrens' Gingham and Cham- brey washable hats, the kind yon can wash, and starch* and make as good as new,. ,35» 50 , 65c DRESS GOODS. In this department We ai-e showing a great many novelties both in wash and Worsted Goods. No such line was ever \"before shown in the city. SILKS. We have an especially fine and varied line of Silks, suitable for waists, trim- ming, etc. 30 to 40 styles to select from. Fine Black Gloria Silk, 50 inches wide, at ...... .,.. .... 75c 19 inch SurrahSilk, all colors. ...25c SICILIETTA, A 45 inch, heavy*Mohair fabric, used principally for skirts, ...:. .85c SHIRT WAISTS. Everybody says' Shirt Waists and then...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 May 1896

itoo:R ootJNT^ .p:^^ S T U R G E O N BAY* WIS . 1 1 . PIHSElf PflMITING CO., • r M f e s . STEIKE STILL ON. Milwaukee Public Boycotts the Street Railway. -,-••• .. • ————- - ,——,-.. • j Question Hinges on Taking All of the CAUSES CONSTERNATION, Old Men Back. bare far-makers W r o u g h t U p O v e r G e n . Woyler' s Order R e l a t i v e t o T o b a c c o . Tampa,Tla.. May 19.—fjen.Wcylor's proclamation forbidding the exportation of tobacco from Cuba after ten days. has caused great consternation among the manufacturers of Tampa. Many of them have large quantities of tobacco, already, purchased in Culm ' and - tliey fear they cannot got it cat in the time prescribed. Some firms have enough of the new crop in Cuba to last a year and it in in no condition to be moved and will not be for months*. A scarcity of bonded warehouse room here ban caused a largo amount to be stored in Havana and a fleet of schooners will be necessary to take it away, the regular steamers being entirely inade...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 May 1896

* M j ^ R COUNT r ^ M p C I * ^ ^ .'• A VIGII*. , I s this the dawn that slowly leaves The shadowy hod BO still and white •And with its cool, sort touch unweaves The fevered fancies of the ulght? I s this the dawn?—Oh! love, you lie So calui beside the taper's beam, •As though it were not you and 1 Who laughed together In my dream While o'er the flowery way abreast, • We stepr along the spriugy lea, 'Till outward to the closing-west CJold pathways led across the sea. -And all the ptirpllug deeps of space, . And all eve's tender, softening shine Were deeper, holier round your taee, Your.face, my love, so close to mine. And lol your eyes looked o'er the bay . A n d shone so—two conflicting gleams, .Love's dawn, and the last.glance of dav Met la a halo. Love, It seems •Only a dream your floating hair Ueam-billowed, and a dream vour face, iSow morning takes us unaware, And draws aside the shielding lace •Of night and breathing earlv flowers, LOOKS boldly on the placid lid. And brightens...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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