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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 May 1896

tSfffiS ! O ^ C 0 ^ j r T ^ ^ B(K)R(^UlSTyDEM06RftT. Sinteriil atiheJPpH bffice at Stutgton $ay as .^ry^y^^y^-r' :*eeona4a«s matter, i :^y. /\\::. u Pallahed every Saturday b y th,e 'J. J,' i*rNJfEY PRINTING CO. Washington Xetter, ^Washington, May • 18th, 1896. Mc- J , . r . P I N N E y , fitUlor. SUBSCRIPTION PR1CB. $1.5 0 PBR YEAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY S3. EDITORlftL. SPEAKER RKE» says, ''McKinley is not a gold bug, McKinley is not a silver hug, but McKinley is a straddle bug.\" MCKINLEY, and a higher price for everything the farmer has to buy, and no better price for anything ho has to sell, is the motto just now of the g. o.-.p. GEO. LAUX, who is winning fame as an athlete in some of the larger cities, would rise in short order to fame of another sort if he would but return here to the scene ot some of his former lust- ful exploits. IF eastern,manufacturcrs are granted a tariff for protection, that they may charge three''or four times an honest price for their goods, why ar...

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 — 23 May 1896

DOO R COUNTY DEMOCRAT, : S T l £ ^ ^ IN TH&GOUNTY, • GABONER. T Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eichinger spent a part of Saturday of last week at Sturgeon Bay. There was a social \"hop\" at Fred Neuyille's on Monday night, which was well attended. Those who atteuded report having had a good time. Supt. of schools, Dainkoehler, visited the four schools iu this town during Thursday and Friday of last week. Mr. D. makes his rounds on a wheel now,• The bicycle has found its way into our usually quiet town. There are only two wheels owned in the town thus far, the owners being Felix Laviolette and Jos. Debraux, but the probability is that there will be several more soon. The Rev. Fr. Curtis, who was pastor of the local Episcopal church since the middle of last winter, has resigned. He sails for Europe in a few days where he intends to spend a few months in travel after which he intends to re- turn to Phiiapelphia to take charge of some, new work, the exact nature of which is not known to your c...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 May 1896

Mi ffigftSS^^ wimmmmm 5TI»ree Men Killed and T w o Inh jiired at Waldo, Wis. / fe* Placed on tha Tracks of the 0.,M, & •\"•' \".' St. P. by Wreckers. .' H Milwaukee, Wis., May 1C.—A fast \"firfeight train on the Chicago, Milwaukee & t^, Paul railway was derailed last ewwjiaB at Waldo by a pile of ties on (jthc track, and three men were instantly rfciWed and two injured. The wreck oc- curred at what is known as the \"north •witch\" at Waldo, and was evidently a esiuefally planned attempt to throw the tratti from the track. The identity of the: wreckers is not known, but they are supposed to be tramps. The victims of tfce disaster are: Tito Dead. ENGINEER JOHN O'CONNOR or Green Bay, Instantly killed body under the wreck. - HitAKRMAN EM1L CASPAR! of 172 Eighth Kircet, Milwaukee, WAR riding on the engine and wo* instantly killed body Under the w nick. JOB Mir,LEfi, a tramp, was COIHHMIPII In a freight car and was crushed to death body recovered from debris of cara and engine. T...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 May 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 23 , l^ft8 Teleplipncs i n Sweden. ''Sweden,\" says a native of that coun- try who has just been visiting it, \"is building railroad, telegraph and tele- phone lines everywhere. Every farmer who haR 100 acres or more of land has a long-dista nee telephone. It is the most magnificent telephone system I ever saw, and is very eheap. News of great import is flashed over these wires from the urban to the rural districts, mid the aver- age citizen is better posted on the current events of the day than is probably any other country in. the world. 1 was in Sweden all Winter, and only two inches of snow fell during the whole time-\" World's Columbian Exposition Will .bo of value to the world by illustrat- ing the improvements in the mechanical arts and eminent physicians will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents has been of eqnal importance, and as a strengthening laxative that Syrup of Figs ts far in advance of all others. To Banish a ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 May 1896

'p&^cov^ S''E -: : • ,,' \\ Booms oferiHahns, Furniture Sten-, '•-V ' -^•STURGEON-BAY. WISCONSIN, ^%-K?'K.'.'MOB»IS,: . F * I Y S I C I A N : A N D S C K G E O N . •• ••.'. STtTBGEON BAY, WIS. \" , Officeover Relchel's Drug Store. Residence donunercial Hotel. Roomie. HOISX TRBMONT, IIJEIMIAN & .JOHNSON, Prop*. ' This hotel has been newly refurnished, and Wfltted throughout, ana offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold '.water baths. First-class sample rooms. Tree 'DUB to and from all boats awl trains. Rates $l 00 and Si.ftO per day. STURGEON HAY, WIS. BAY SHORE MOWSI.. • :}A. J. FlilXNEK, Prop. . •First Class accommodations for man mid Ijeaat. A good suroplc room connected with this House. Rates reasonable, SAWYER, POOR CO., WIS. |?IJtS(T NATIONAL MOTEL, •* ,?OHK ttKUOKUSON, I'rop. A wcU-ordered IJOUBC. Recently enlarged Mwliiewly fitted- l Good oarns. Special attention given to the wants of farmers tlnd their teams*. Wines, Liijuors and...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 May 1896

MEMORiAii DAY EDITION. TWELVE PAGES. :-jt?R*lx*-jV !s3i| VOL. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1896. NO. 19. Yes.l^fes.lhisis.itt ^ - THEJACK50N ($RSETWAIST '£-/m/^\\ ModcIedyor^n\\ericanWorr|cn. I y (fWillfifyou tiHe a^loVe.-arul It pays to buy the best Corset. The Jackson is one of them. We have a full line of sizes, of Corsets and Corset Waists, of this celebrated make. This summer corset has no equal. SOc Their 191 dress form corset, is a regular 75c corset we sell them at 5 0 c We also sell the G. D. Chicago waist, which is another excell- ent fitter 9 5 c \"Devine Form\" corsets, at $ 1 . 2 5 HANDKERCHIEFS. We have them at 2c each or 18c. per doz., if you don't want to pay any more, and at 3c, 4c and 5c each, or at any price you want. We don't care so much what we get for them pi-ovided you are satisfied. We have them at any price you wish from 2c to 95c each. SHIRTWAISTS. We talked shirt waists last week,-have but little to say, but we will tell you some- t h i n g w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 May 1896

jjlllglfe^ Diwfe COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEOtf BAY, WIS. ••JU'HHHM PRIOTG CO., • - PoblJsfesrs. THROUGH A BRIDGE. Horrible Street Car Accident at Victoria, B. C. Sixty-one Bodies Eecovereil—Middle Span Gave \"Way. 'Victoria, P. €.. May 27.—A terrible ac- cident occurred yesterday. A sham tight and review wan to take place tit MUCOT- ley Point near Esquimault this afternoon and crowds wort- iimkluc their way by every route AH tho tram cars wore packed. Two cars left Government street, with mow than 100 people. The first got safely over Point Klliec bridge, which crosses Victoria Arm. but when the\" other was about half way over the 'middle span of the bridge, about 150 fe.' in length, cave way and the ear plunged into the water Koine 100 feet below. The car was completely NIIII- morged and all on board, fifty or more, were drowned with the exception of some of*-1 hone who. standing on the platform. it ml who, escaping injury front falling timbers, managed to wave themselves by . using t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 May 1896

PCJOJK COlriSFTy l ^ M Q ^ R A ^ S^URGEOy BAY, WIS., MAY 30, 180C. A CHAKACTEK. ' ' •He m s alwjiys a-sayia'? \"It' s all for the best \". Xo matter what fortune was 'brlngln' •He did what be could—left to heaveu the rest. An'vvent on his pathway a-siugin': By day and by night—iu the dark, In the light/ You'll (tud him serene and contented: 'The world, to his notion, was treatiu\" him right. An' his way with Its roses was scented. iHis life was a lesson all coinfortin'—sweet: A life that was kind and forgivin', ,Fo who, when the sharp thorns are pierc- ln' his feet, . • Can thank the good Lord that he's livin'V •But sometimes I think when the heart in the .'/east Is sick with its sorrow and grievin', 'If things never happen ut all \"for the best,\" We can make 'cin the best In- believln-: —Frank L. Stanton In Atiauta Couatitution. Ike- wind rattled the windows, made creepy, unpleasant noises in the trees outside, and at intervals ventured down the chimney with sudden spurts, blew th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 May 1896

iiP§f l DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 3 0 , 1896 . JEstertd ot- the Post Office ill Sturgeon Say as .!v .-v. ctasB muUer.: \\, jPnllshed every Saturday bjrtlie £at:j/J*INNEY:: PRINTING: CO. : J , J . P I N N E Y , H U i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. STUKOEON BAY, WIS., MAY 80. EblTORIfiL. MCKINLEV has signed art agreement, that if elected president, he will live up to the roles and regulations of thein A , p . i . : OKE o! bur most prominent republi- can exchanges deplores the fact that congress is still in session, when mem- bers ought to be at home distilling promises for the coming campaign. IT rs expected that Cleveland will rcfnse to sign the $00,000,000 rivers and harbors appropriation bill. It is a bill, larger by many millions than that bill has ever been before, and Mr. Cleve- land, unlike the republican congress, is not in favor of overburdening the poo- ple during these stringent times with unnecessarily extravagant appropria- tions. TUB lo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 May 1896

:i66R C C ^ N T r - » K ^ IN THE COUNTY^ JACKSOXPORT. Chas. Reynolds Avas at Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. Ed. Westfall, of Sister Bav, was in town Tuesday. * - Sheriff Killman was here on official business within the week, v Fred Kramer went to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday, returning ti e same day. Mr. and Mrs. AVm, Manney's family was recently increased by one—a girl. J, T. Camiody and son George, of Egg Harbor, were in-town briefly last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Johnson made a trip to Sturgeon Bay and back last Saturday. Mr and Mrs. T. J. Johnson went to Sturgeon Bay on a shopping expedition Wednesday. Miss Nora Leist is the gue3t of her sister, Mrs. Patrick Writt, of Sturgeon Bay, for a week or two. The schooner Mary A. Gregory, of Milwaukee, took on a cargo of wood at LeMere's dock Wednesday. L. H. Erskine, the jovial landlord of the Eureka House, looked after business matters at the county seat Tuesday. Merchant John Anclam, of Baileys Harbor, passed through here Tuesday, on his way ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 May 1896

^.fto^-cdt^ i§^^^m^1im^tB- Status of the Mili«raiikee Rall- WM:':-\\'::'::^' way ''Strike. JM1 Lines of Businesd Affeoted—-gBCor- ••' chants' Association Protests. Milwaukee, Wis., Ma y 2f.—Thi date ) marks the beginiHng of the fourth week of th e street railway strike in this city. T h e employes of theMilwaukee Elec- *»& Railway and Light comrYany, inihj- la^ing nearly 1000 men, went out to en- foK-e their demand of an increase from 19 to 20 cents an hour in wages and afeo recognition of their - union. For a few diu*H the•• traffic system of the coni- pany was practically tied up. Then the rtMnpiiny bewin to Import i n * m m , This led to violence on the part of nym- •pathisterB with th(! Ktrikera and resulted in the stationing of policemen on every car that'1 wa« rnn, Hpeeial officera being sworn in to fill, -ua'fnr a* possible, the vacant, beats., KKKH of doubtful, hut: tin- deninbly remote ancestry, were favorite •mimules with the erowdn, and when these failed to diMeoi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 May 1896

WOR COITNti: BEMOCKAl^ STIJIUSEO^ MAY, W l » , MAY 30, 1896 Extreme tired leeling afflicts hearlj' every- body at uthis season. The hustlers cease to push, the tireless grow -weary, the en - e r o t i c become enervated. Yo u know jusi what wc mean. Some m?n an d women e n d e a v o r temporarily t o overcome that Fee'ins by great force of will. But'this is unsafe, as it pulls powerfully upon the nervous system, which will not long stand Mich strain. Too many people \"work on their nerves,\" an d the result is seen in u n - fortunate wrecks marked \"nervous pros- tration,\" in every direction. That tired ing is a positive proof of thin, weak, impure blood for, if the blood is rich, red, vitalized and vigorous, it imparts life an d energy to every nerve, organ an d tissue of the bndy. The necessity of taking Hood's Sarsaparilla forthat tirei feeting is* therefore, apparent to every one, and the good it will do you is equally beyond question, liemember that Sarsaparilla Is the One Tr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 May 1896

m BOOK CtWKTXDEMWM^ H :S::: * : •.-\\f:v. .' . :.'.''.-. y .'Robins over fiahn » Furniture Store, * STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. W ft. K. K. MOUItlS PHYSICIAN ANI SURGEON. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over Uoiehei'a Drug Store., Residence Commercial Hotel Room 16. •**• IIK11.MAK 4 JOHNSON, Prop*. This hotel has been newly refurnished and efitled throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the travelioK public. Hot Along The Docks. The tug John Leathern was laid up to-day, cleaaiug boiler. The fishing tug, Liberty, of Washing- ton Island, was in port Tuesday after- noon. The Leathenii and stone scow Harry Johnson returned fro'in Tetosky, Wed- nesday. The water in the bay raised consider- ably during Wednesday and Thursday. It is not expected the raise will fie permanent. The schooner L. U. She|ar bound south, loaded with lumber, was becalmed, here Tuesday night and a portion of Wednesday. * • • The Green Bay Transportation Com ••\" ' . Awarded ' Highest Honors—World'* Fair, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 June 1896

HI ill Great Reduction sale. Some goods sell more readily than others—We• m^^pii^a^0,. alike. Notice the Mlowing:Cii^||i|HiSplPi : 50c. Wine Color, 4-5 inch, Henriett«it^ :vvi | Mi^iii^^ft^ wm m 50c. Navj- Blue, 45 inch' Henrietta, '30c. Novelty Dress Goods 25c. Novelty Dress Goods 35c. Novelty Dress Goods 70c. Whip Cord, Tan Color. 14c. f Drab and Tan . N o v e l t y i - ! § ^ ^ $ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ M 12£c. Black Double•Fold. O a A i c » € a ^ ^ | ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ p M | 5c. Three-quarter • Challie... . : : v g | | | | J | § ^ ^ | ^ ^ ^ ^ | | 5c. § Plaid Dress Ginghams u ^ i 9 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ & S 0 s i ^ ' 7c. f Figured Light jyw^.,-A:M!S^XsMl^^^SSM§S§^M. Moquette Carpet Samples* i i ' ^ i l l ^ ^ S S M ^ K ^ ^ I ^ ^ . price $1.10 p e r _ y a ^ - : , e a ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ | j , . • . . ^ ^ . Trimmed Hativiewertriaii:wM?] 'ChUcfS'^Q^^ .That pl^||.0d]^ _ ^TlM:^^^5||i|| •^That . wop|^6l^ Thati^ri^50iti DREflM Wben piles *4cerebellum\" .'•,/'.-iijitMjked wi...

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

POOR COtOmr DEMOCRAT, STtmOEp y BAY, W18.% SXTSTE «, 1896. (JOUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. I. J. PINNEY PRINTING CO., - - Publishers. DEATH AT A BANQUET, Thousand Persons Killed at the Moscow Fetes. %U$ AT.3T. LOUIS. Add s t o t h e D e s o l a t i o n a n d Hinder s Relief W o r k - C o n t r i b u t i o n s Are N e e d e d . St, Louis, Mo.. June 2. -The work of relief and restoration «'• on today in the midst of failing rain which linn pre- vailed more or loss during the past week. Contributions of money.eltitning, pro- visions JIIU] other necessities arc coming on liberally nml the destitute m e being cared for. Chief Hnrrigan has issued a written request to the captains of the various police districts nuking . them to prevail noon the employes of tlie police department under them to contribute one •lily's pay to the relief of the cyclone sufferers. It is estimated that the po- lice collections will .swell the relief fund at leant .$1200. The losses canned indirectly by th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 June 1896

•Ml JTOPOA/CGI ^ B f? A WOMAN'S THOUGHTS. I anl a woman—therefore I niaynot : t'all' to hiut, ciy to him, '''• ' fl y to Uiin, u ' V^'--.^.:' '.•: :, -•'., jBid him delay not! . -,yr .Byyy^PBBy^- Theix when be comes/to tneV vlsmttMMsifr quiet, ' \" • V-'--'V. ^^:i£%&£.V>v-7 Still as a stone—•• • • • '. 5:: #^*£ :M?V5'r : *' :: AH silent ami cold - ' :^ SK&^fiSs!§V!-'-K If iny heart riot— •:'.:••'• • r.K&!©^:^^*M- •Crush and defy it!.- •• \".• *'y*i'i&&^:WgMyhf. •Should 1 srew bold., v 3:j:v ^|0S4aK€^:ft •Say one dear thing to lU«hiiCr&%^??S^W.V:ri AII my life flias to him^M$0 •Cling to him— . •' -/-.-V \"What to atone 'A:f:•:??£&!::'-^fXAvtr:, Is enou :h for my 8lnnlngv ^ J5vrrtX:^iSSfcffS\" This were the cost •'to- mev'y^A^&SSK^-t£•• Thi s were my velnn\\n^.r.j -~M*$3'®Styw T h a t he were lost td:P*&0:i?{i9ri^$$M Not as a lover ' • • ••' l^./ryBiBSBi&iMiytyy^ .At last if he part ltma:m^^'Wff^^i^i''iXi, Tearing my heart from w...

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

DOOK c&imv* IEMOm#$ /•*\\yvyvv* iOUNTy DEMOCRAT, &i£ the Post Office at Sturgeon Bay as second class matUr, • # * * • . . . . * Pnllghcd every Saturday by th e J . J . PINNJEY PJRDiTING CO. J . 3 . P J N J v H V , E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 PER YBAH. STURGEON BAY, AVIS., JUNE 6. Washington tetter. Washington, June 1st, 1800.—It is not denied by anybody that President Cleveland's veto of the River and Har- bor bill was in line with Jeffersonian democracy, nor that his veto message was an entirely truthful and conserva- tive arraignment of that bill and of the anti-democratic system upon which it is founded yet many democrats are help- ing to get a sufiicient number of the members of the House and Senate back to Washington to pass the bill over the President's veto, and it is probable that they will succeed in doing so during the present week. In view of the fact that this bill could not pa*s over the President's veto without receiving a considerable number of de...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 June 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 6 , 180(5. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS, (OFFICIAL.) Minnies of proceedings of the common coun- cil elected April 7th, 1896, of the City of Stur- geon Bay, at its first regular meeting held pursuant to law on the third Tuesday, being the 21st day of April, at 7:3d o'clock p. m. Meeting called to order by ,George Nelson, Mayor. Alderman present, Kostlia, Panltratz, Harris* Both, Cullnan. Cochems, and Knudspn. Alderman abseht, Colignon. Moved and seconded that Joseph Harris be nominated as President of the council. Motion prevailed. The conncil proceeded to ballot for president. Alderman Knudson and Cullnan. being appoint- ed tellers, announced the following: Whole number of votes cast was 7, of which Joseph Harris received 6 and blank l. Joseph Harris having receired'a majority of all the votes cast •was declared elected. On motion the council proceeded to an in-City formal ballot for the election of City Clerk with the following result: Whole nu...

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

wmm POOB COtmTY PEMOCRAT^ S l ^ G E O N BAY, y i S y ^tFJKE 6, ISOffc ilPijalling Xos s of Life and Property in St. Louis. Oitios as Graveyards-Death List frill \" Beach Almost 500. •„' Killed. . 80O . B» . 4a' . 2 . 5 . 13 . 15 Injured 200 300 35 20 15 Hi St. Louis, Mo., May 2 9 . - I t wit! be aereral daya before definite information can be obtained as to the loss of life and injury of unfortunate people wh o happened to be in the path of the cy- clone which swept over portions of Mis- souri and Illinois Wednesday afternoon. In addition to the killed and injured in St. Louis and East St. Louis, the cy- done mowed down many people before it. Dispatches received gave * accounts of «erious loss of life, and mulmings in quite a number of places. Appended m a table showing a careful estimate of\" killed and injured, based on the dis- patches: fit Louts. . . . . . . . . . . . . Hast St, Loills Near Centralln , Breckinridge. Ill Near Mt. Vernon, III.. Near Vandatia, III. . . . Near Mex...

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

DOOR COtnsTTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 6, 1896. A Philatelists Club, A club and nn eschartKe for stomp col- lectors ha ye been established in Lon- don. They ate Jdrnted in Jernajn street and are distinguished'for their well-fur- nished library and reading rooms. Sev- eral journals are now devoted to this subject, and copies of all are kept on hie at the club. The object of the found- ers is to provide English and foreign amateur stump collectors with a place where they may meet and exchange their treasures. Wednesday will be the tuisv . aay.on the exchange. Stamps will then be dealt in, as bonds and stocks on other Jxchanges, and members can effect their purchases and sales either personally or through regular brokers. The success of the club is said to be assured owing to the fact that thousands of persons all over the world are interested iu col- lecting stamps. A Pneumatic Trap. A curious defect has been discovered •J? Budapest's underground railway, inere are not enoug...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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