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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 June 1896

iopit e o:tmTXii :*ENTJST. : ::v. .oomis over Hah|i B. Furniture Store, $TtfBGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. J j B . U. K . 3VIOKK1S, piiYSieiA^ AND SURGEON. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Oaice over Reichel's Drug Store. Residence Commercial Hofel. Room M. •IXOTKl. TKKMONT, f-T-. HETMtAN & .JOHNSON, Props. This hotel «as .-been newly refurnished antl refitted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold water button. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates M.OO and HM per day. STURGEON HAY. WIS. *DAV 811OKB MOTK.I,. •** A. ,1. FELLNEK, P r o p . . \" First Class accommodations for man and beast! A good sample room connected v.tih this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. \"EMItST NATIONAL HOTEL, .•*•'•• JOHN 1SEUGKKSON, Prop. A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Goodoarns, Special attention uiven to the wants of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STURGEON RAY, WIS. np...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 June 1896

^'^li^^ft^R VOL. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATORDAY, JUNE 13, 1896. NO. 21v W E G A N MAKE YOU - ^ GOOLflND 60MF0RTABLE N o need of gettin g w a r m an d ou t of t e m p e r these ho t days, if yo u dress right. W e hav e everythin g t o k e e p yo u cool an d comfort- able. T h e r e is a store full of ligh t weigh t goods here , a t light prices for ho t weathe r wear. Hal f th e w o r r y about b u y i n g ne w s u m m e r outfits i s saved if yo u b u y here, fo r y o u r m o n e y goes m u c h furthe r tha n yo u expecte d i t would tha t i s anothe r w a y w e hel p yo u t o k e e p c o o l . - . . ,•• '.'•• ' - W Crepou, a delightfully cool Fabric in plaiu White, Light* m Blue, Pink, Tan, and Navy.. l i f i % C Labelle Crepon in Light and * A 1 . .DarkColorings, at . . . . . . . . . 1 2 % C Plisse, a Crinkled Fabric in - m , beautiful Colorings........ X ^ S ^ C Ducks, make a fine Reefer -'-*•**•* Suit,............... . W ..U... 1 2 % C Dimity Cloths in all the new- . est design...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 June 1896

%^&&iw?^ loiiDNiMMociT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. jf. J, BRNETT PRISTIfiG CO., - PiiWishsrs. MPT,HIAtrSPUNISIIMEXT Suspende d from Duty an d Rank • for Fou r Year s an d Publlciy Reprimanded. Washington, D. C, June 0.—Secretary Carlisle has'• tnkeii action on the findings of the board appointed in January last to investigate the charges of drunken- ness and conduct unbecoming an tiflicor and gentleman, preferred against Oapt. M. A. Tloaly of the revenue cutter Bear, stationed on the Pacific coast. The hoard found - film guilty'of nearly all the charges preferred against him and found that he should he dismissed from the service, but in view of Cupt, HoalvV Jong and efficient service recommended nun. to the favorable consideration of Secretary Carlisle. The «ecrotary adopt- ed this recommendation of mercy and mitigated the sentence by ordering'that Capt. Heuly be placed at the foot of the Hut of captains and be Kiwfiotided from rank and ditty on waiting order* pav for a term Of fou...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 June 1896

DOOR COlf^T:? JDEMOCEAT* STITRGEOX BAT,'WIS .iJiJ^l^lM&t TH E HIGHKU LI1K. To play through life a perfect part I'Unotleed atid unknown, u T o seek uo rest lu any heart, Save only God alone 3n little tilings to own no will, To nave uo share in great. T o find tile labor ready still, And for the crown to Wij^t. Upon the brow to bear no trace Of more than common care. To write no secret lu the race Kor men to read it there. The daily cross to clasp and bless With such familiar zeal V -As hides from all that not th e less The daily weight you feel. In tolls that praise will never pay, To see your life 50 past, 'To meet iu every coming day Twin sisters of the last To hear of high heroic things. And yield them reverence due, •But reel life's daily sufferings Are far more lit for you. • ' . . . - . T o woo no secret, soft disguise To which self-love is prone. T'uuoticed by all other eyes, Unworthy in your own T o yield with such a happy art. That no one thinks you care, •And say to you...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 June 1896

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ m ^ i ^ D O - j * - ^ M i 60UPX DEMOCRftT. :V*&/ ^\\ eecond claet matter. vi: \"'.' '• v- %ry/:i^H»Heti every Saturday'hy the • '.- ^ J . FI3fNI3Y FK13STING CO, J ^ P i K I i K y , E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. Sf,SO PER VCAH. STUBGEON BAY, WIS., • JjJXE' 13. -•\"•-':v:V' .':.:\"'\"':- 'AVasitiiigrtbn' t e t t e r . Washington. June 8th, 1898.-—^Presi- dent Cleveland reversed the usual order of things customary to-tourer, qu&stidh-- able jobs in appi'onnfttion bills with the hope that they will be allowed to he- eoilieJaws in order to avoid the incon- venience that might arise from the veto of an appropriation bill, by vetoing the general defficiency bill, because it ap- propriated more than a million dollars for the oldest job of them all. the French spoliation claims, and another smaller job in the shape of an appro- priation of not quite $17o,000 to pay a claim for a battery furnished the gov- ernment during the late war and for which the government holds...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 June 1896

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, SttTltGEOy BAY, WIS.j JUNE^ 13, 1896^ IN TfiE GdUNTY. GARDNER. Crops are looking luost excellent in this town at present. Miss Anuie Naumau has returned home from Manitowoc. Jack Schneider has recently bought a very nice horse h-om F. Hempel. Mrs. Fred Kiesow is quite ill from the effects, of poisoning by \"poison ivy.\" J.S.Meyer has commenced burning lime at his kiln, and is prepared to fur- nish the fresh article to all who desire it.' Aug. Keisow has about completed his contract for constructing a new bridge on the Little Stui-geou road. School in Dist. No. S closed last Fri- day. The teacher, Miss Mary Marshek has given most excellent satisfaction. JACKSONFORT, Herb. Messenger was at Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. Farmers are now doing their road work in this town. The schooner Rob Roy loaded with wood at LeMere's dock Sunday. RasmusChristiansou, the Two Rivers Co's scaler, passed through here Tues- day. The grasshoppers have made their appearance in this town in n...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 June 1896

i^lilBRl|E f0STAlKp. |ff§*Srf-Kv:'*v r :the Dbuerlas County ,' :'\" tJESK^::M:*v- B*\"k- '\"'.'• . '•':' ^ ff!% v r' vWeatSuperior,Wis., .June 9.-rlS[(?- p|te'datJ^iiage:'Smith,o f the superior court tltfS having sustaiued the demurrer in the P ^ ' c a s c of Dr. H. P. Booth et a!, against the f|K#.stockholders of the' Douglas County te S bank, who reside in the state of AVisooii- i : S sin, the ereditortf of the institution w h o :Af . ate seeking through the courts to ho d ©a 4 the stockholders to their statutory liabih- fe- - ty for their deposits, have tiled an SS,• •', amended complaint. • • - . . . - . •• -. S---'\"'..i-: Tbe demurrer was made upon the '^-•''.••Jrtbntjd'that'it had not been shown to the £'^ i c6hrt thftt the depositors, among whom 5»\" is the city of Superior with a claim oi ?Hf had exhausted all of theirro- ?) \" soiirccs before coming onto tho stoek- holders. Tho now complaint states that &• • the bank is indebted to the state of.\\Vis-• S: ^-''--^on...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 June 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., J C X E 13 , 1806. —.7errv Lndh'Kton. known as the•. Ka- ron ozmty ossified mnn, has• •djec'l at his lome in Veiiuia tmynship. For five J'f-tirs he has been in bod -unable to move .'sii.v of hi.liuiiH except nut- arm. Ho 'Viis -quite\" an. o!d' man and.his .'case has attracted considerable attention on the. part of--, the 'medical fraternity. —Sims Reeves'. first sang in public in the village, choir at North Cray, Kent, Ens. The '.'clover actor, W. S. Peiiley, was formerly a choir buy at the Savoy chapel. •.'•'•'• • •-•\"\".-• • Toadies' Bicycle Suits, Gentlemen's Sweaters, Bicycle Hose, Leggins, e t c Popular Prices always. A postal with your name and address wiil bring vou our new illustrated catalogue. E S P E N H A 1 N DR Y GOODS CO.. • Milwaukee, Wis. —The Sultan of Morocco keeps a large number of live lions about his prem- ises, and in the evening these animals are let loose in the courtyards of the pal- ace to act as guards to the roy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 June 1896

BopkxjoimTY itijEMtib^^ BUSINESS CARDS. ^lootts oyer flalins Furniture Store, ••'-': STURGEON'BAY,.WISCONSIN. • D B. E . K . MOKKIS PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEOJf. STURGEON BAY, AVIS. Office oyer Relchei's Drug Store. Residence Commercial Hotel. Room 10, f T O T E t TBEMONT, /''-\"V UEILMAN « JOHNSON, I'ropa. Thishotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold v/ater bathtt. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all bouts and trains. Rates *l.Oiir«l?l. per day. ' : \" • • JJTITKGEQN BAY. WIS. BAY 8MOUE HOTKI., \"~~\" A. . . FJKW.NKR, Prop, First Class accommodations for man and beam. A good tjararile room'connected with this House. Rnwti muombh'. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. Awarded ,: Highest Honors-EWorld'* Fair* TEUKST RATIONAL HOTEL, * . JOH N lIKUOJiKSON, Prop. A wcil-ordcreil house. Recently enlarged and newly lilted. Good b a i m Special attention jjiveo to the wants of formers and their...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 June 1896

VOL. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1896. NO. 22, G. GREISEN. OUR •Â«Â©• • b O C f l L . PBRSONflU Clothin g sales of late prov e conclusively tha t ther e is a reversa l of sentiment ...in r e g a r d to.. . Ready=Flade Clothes W h e n Business Men , City Officials, Doctor s an d L a w y e r s ar e wearin g ou r suits it * m e a n s tha t th e m a k e a n d cu t ar e : ...righ t and... THK best phiee hi t b Wall Paper is at Karker**. Wild strawberries bring fifteen cents per quart in the local market. Doctors are rejoicing: the \"festive*' watermelon has appeared on the market, A drunken brawl occured at one of {the public places in the city last Mon- idav. A - Up to E)ate THE PRICE TOO IS WORTH CONSIDERING, I it being only about half of what a custojn .' - ' \\V:U:- made suit costs. :/-'--V: ^-:::v'--\"': Hats and Caps. ^' ?-| lg We have something new to 6€&'$ow.&, Fedoras and Golf Caps. Straw Hats in all the latest styles. •-^•'hW:{'^0^^ Fine Yeddo Hats at. '..'...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 June 1896

•.pQoife'foTfesj^^ Wm COMT? DEMOGRAT, S T O R C E O N BAY, WIS. I. J. PINNEY PRINTING CO., - - Miislirs. M'KINLEf MD GOLD. Slogan of the Republican Party of \"96. HAVANA WITHOUT WATER. V , i '». — -. I n s u r g e n t s Blo w U p t h e A c q u e - iuc w i t h D y n a m i t e - C i t y M a y b e I n v e s t e d . Havana, June Ifi.—This city .was rturtled am! alarmed Saturday night at 0 o'clock by the noise of two successive explosions which shook the ground for a, long distance and was heard for sev- eral miles. Excited throngs rushed into the street*, while an armed party pro- reeded in the direction from which the defoliations had been heard. It wan soon found that the stone bridges of Chris- tiana and Concha and the aqueduct of Fernando Septimo were the point« that bad suffered from the dynamite. The bridges were partially destroyed and the jfipen on the aqueduct Upon which the city is dependent for its water supply, were much damaged. It cannot yet be stated how extensive in th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 June 1896

DOOR cotmrr DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY WIS., JITNE 20, isbe. THE SCORCHER AS HE THINKS.' I ana the scorcher! Pisaso observe The curve. That appertains, unto'ray spineT! With head ducked low. : J go--' ' . •' • Oer man and beast, and woe X'uto the thing That falls to scamper when I ting-a-iing\" Let people taw And go to law To try to check my salt. It that's'tlielr gaine! . .1 hate^ . ',-..\" To bill folks, but I'll do it. just the same. •I guess, '.Unless ••••'•-.'.:' They clear the track for me Because, you see. 1 am the scorcher, full of zeal. And just the thing I look like on-the wheel: —C'evc'aiid Leader. The chief and first tendency of the army, individually and collectively, is to love all new arrivals the second and lasting one is to pick them to pieces and to backbite them. We loved Miss Roban with true Chris- tian spirit when she first came to the fort. It being the headquarters of the regiment, and we having a band at our disposal, we gave her a serenade upon the night of her e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 June 1896

- : l 0 ( ^ ^ t J | r T Â¥ : : » * 5 M O ^ ^ i)00!t6OUNTyDEMa6liftT^ [jgtiimvt, alike To/it Offce '•.at SturgkonJBay as '?£''(:*::: '• j tecokd claw mailer. 1 ' -,'.• % ShIiUiicrt -every Saturdaytoyth e • J, • i ? I N K ElV, E d i t o r . aUBSCHiPTtON PRICE, $1.50PER YEAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 30. There is to lie a home coming soon, and ten foot poles are in good demand. IT TAKES a republican congress to pass 890,000,000 appropriations during the most-stringent times the country has had for yeai's •'.THERE- was a powerful lack of real '.'entli.tisla.shi over McKinley at the St. Louis convention. Even the paid, howl- ers, at so much a yell, didn't put any real \"viur' into their work at all. WAUK HANNA, the bloated bond hold- er and trust shark, monopolist and Wall street operator,, and McKiuley's '.Vcampaign\".manager, has spent more than a hundred thousand dollars of his o\\vu money to .secure the nomination of -'.McKinley.' Everybody •poses.wd: of or- dinary commdn sense kno...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 June 1896

D O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , STIDJ^BEOX B A Y , W I S » ' J U N E £ 0 , 1 8 9 6 , .S.jj..-GARD*ER.-:\"S' 'JS-'' Sheriff Killnian was here bi} business last Monday. . Judson Copley is rebuilding:-'the,roof of his residence building. The danee.at Weekler,s hall last Sat- urday evening was a success. •'.-Jacrlc Regan's mule broke ales recent- ly and the animal had to be killed. Jos. Eichinger is making a cellar for the new house he will soon build. Mrs. Fred Kiesow is still sufferius from illness caused by poison ivy. Aug. Jfauman and family are visiting friends and relatives at Manitowoc. Mrs Frank Wellever, of Egg Harbor, ,is the guest of Mrs. Jos. Eichinger. AntoneHenquinet went to Menominee last Sunday on a brief business trip. J. R. Talman is building a new res- idence on his lot on the bay shore road. The base ball boys are improving their grounds on \\A. SB. Stevenson\"s corners. Jack Schneider has recently built a new buggy for Philip Hempef, aud it is afirst class v...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 June 1896

$^o^^^^^^^^^^M^MB^M- iiiiiiaree jifrsl Hnttio Lindblom, tfac wife of Robert Lindblom/ ^ of trade man, died Smidayy morning at 1 o'clock at the fniinlyrcsifietice. 078 La Salle nvciine, Chk'iigo, Here death w a s sudden. • • /:/ Her mother, Mrs. Lewis, and her daughter Vesta and governess are at present traveling in Europe. They have MI18. HAITIE MNDBl.OM. been cabled to. nt Paris, where- it was thought they might be. Mrs. Lindblom wan Si).years-of..ago nndvn born in Milwaukee.' where, twenty-two years/ago, on November 17, 1871, she .was married to Hubert Lind- lilom. Chicago IIBH been her homo-for seventeen years. She was especially prominent in north aide society. She leaves besides her husband two daugh- ters, Vesta and- Lconore. Mrs. Lind- blom hod been more or less of anstreets. invalid for ninny months. The imme- diate cause of her death wan the effect of rin operation performed some weeks aim In the hope of stnyiug the prog- ress of a disense which it was feared even then wax ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 June 1896

B p O K COtJJSPTt D E M O C R A T , S T U K G E O N B A T , W I S . , J U N E 20» 189G. :§M Think what a Ions train of diseases arise from impure blood. Then keep tt_ blood pure with Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1. H o o d ' s Pills are always reliable. s$ cents. Stee l Ceilings . The serious mxideuts enusctl by the fullins of plaster ceilings have brought forward ideas of metal ceilings, aud these are likely to come into general use, especially for' public buildings and large rooms. In all buildings where wa- ter pipes run there is a possibility of leakage. Water •may spread over all the ceiling, and by its weight and soft- ening iualitie loosen the entire sheet of planter. This mny be done without a suspicion of the mischief that is going on. Cracked ceilings are less dangerous. They rarely fall, because through the openings the water pauses away. It is in a perfect ceiling that the danger lies. A metal sheet is much safer, and in ad- dition may be a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 June 1896

w DOOK -copyTy-PEWfcR^ SSK BUSINESS CARDS. A. EGAS, Booms over fiabns Furniture..'Store, • STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. T ) B ' K. K . MOKIUS,. PHYSICIAN A2SO SURGEON, STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over Relehel's Brttg Store. Residence Commercial Hotel. Room 16, HOTEL TKEMONT, HEttMA X & JOHXSON, Props. Thishotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, ami offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold wator baths, pim-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all bouts and trains. Kutt» fl. itral *!,.Â¥) per day. STGROKOX HAY, WIS. t » A V MiiOJtK HoT£l, f • \" .. ' . • \" . ' •*-' A. J . FEIXJ.LR, Prop. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. ...(OFflClAI.) Minutes of proceedings of the common coun- cil of .the city of Sturgeon Raj at its regular monthly meeting, held on the 2nd day. of June, 1SS6, at 7:30 o'clock, P.M.- .'.-.',.' Aldermen present, Pankratz, Harris, Cochcm, Knudson. Roth, and Kostka. \" • On motion the reading of minutes was dis- j pensed nu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 June 1896

%^0^ VOL. 4 / STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1896. NO. 23. C. GREISEN. OUR: • • * • * • • y LOCAL. PBRSONflL. Clothing sales of late prove conclusively that there is a reversal of sentiment ...in regard to... • Ready=flade Clothes When Business Men, City Officials, Doctors and Lawyers are wearing our suits it means that the make and cut are ...right and... to THE PRICE TOO IS WORTH CONSIDERING, I it being only about half of what a custom made suit costs. Hats and Caps. We have something new to offer you in Fedoras and Golf Caps. Straw Hats in all the latest styles. - Fine Yeddo Hats a t . . . . . . . . v.v -45c Shirts. .'.••:•: -^p^Si/-: Extra quality mUaundried White Shirt, as good as any 606, Shirt ever offered, at '.'., .:•.':i....... .40c White Shirts with Colored Front, the stylish shirt of the season,... .50c Fine Percale Shirt, 2 detachable Collars and 1 pair Cuffs . . . . . .95c Gents' Underwear. Jersey Ribbed Fine Elastic Goods. 5 0 c Lightweight Wool Underwear...-6...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 June 1896

•bidiicmcdiJ^^ STURGEON BAY WIS. ^ W N N E Y PRfflTlKfi CO., * - Publfsfisrs. « T H OF |3i:N|J5KISTOW Vas Secretary of the Treasury Dur - ing Pres J dent Grant's Sec - •:• ond T e r m . . *7ew York,: .Tinic 22. —Kcnjnniin II. Bristow, secretary of the treasury during President Grant's second terns, died at his home in this city, today of peritonitis. Mr. Bristow wax taken ill only last Sat- urday. .••,.- Benjamin Helm Bristow was born in Elktou, Todd county, Ivy., .Tune 20, 18H2. He practiced law tmtil the out- break of the war, when he served with -.great .credit In the Union army. He as- sisted in the capture of thecelebrated raider. Gen.- John 11. Mortem. I it 18M3 while still in the field. Bristow vnis elect- ed to the Senate of Kentucky. After the war he wont to Louisville, where he nt once secured a lucrative practice. Later he was United States district, attorney for Kentucky. In 1870 Col, Bristow formed a law partnership with Gen. John M. Harlan,'but in the following year w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 June 1896

am DOOR COUNT r DEMOCEAl?v STl^GEOX ilAT^ WIS , JUJST3 27, 1896. lEJEEAWLEY'SSPEECE! Address to the Democrats of Wisconsin. Temporary Chairman at Milwaukes Out- lines His Views. Milwaukee, Wis., June 24.—In. assum- ing the temporary chairmanship of- the Democratic state convention yesterday. Thomas F. Frnwiey of Eau Claire deliv- ered the following address: Mr, Chairman, Indies and Gentlemen, and •Gentlemen of the Convention: The Democ- racy of Wisconsin chastened by the harsh popular judgment expressed in recent elec- tions, strong in the consciousness that righteousness, intelligently directed, ulti- mately prevails, has called together its eom- THOMAS F. FRAWfcEY. Th Temporary Chairman.) . missioned representatives In this conven- tion to profess anew our political faith by a public declaration of Its cardinal princi- ples, to reaffirm our allegiance and devo- tion to the national Democratic party, and to select delegates to represent the state of Wisconsin in the coming national...

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