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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 June 1896

W& / P O O M - C f t ^ l^istbnsih Demoefats •' • in Con 4'V'-\" - : .^''^ vention. •' *, Vilas, Plandsrs and H6gaa tt« ' • Delegate* to Chicago. : Milwaukee -Wis., -Time 24.—Wisconsin JJeniocrats yesterday' made bold and iin- ielujipoea declarations in favor of tin? maintenance of Ro-ealled \"sound money\" jand^plaecil/themselves on record as op- posinier the freeaml unlimited coinage of silver. They instructed their '••twenty* four delegates to Chicago/to vote \"a* a unit upon all subjects and candidates, arid renliinned the Democratic doctrine of a tariff for revenue?. It Interesting Convention, was the most interesting Demo- cratic state convention held in Wiseou / sin since 18110, when there was a scram- • iile for every place on the ticket. •'•The V~.M»I«T Mien made si hot fight, demonstrat- ing morestrength than they had been : credited with. The wound money men hud the organization, and this* wast a / jyreut peint »» their favor. U it had «ot been for this fact they...

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 — 27 June 1896

» 6 0 R COUNTS BEMOCRATVST1|3RC EON BAXVWIS, JUNE 27, 1896. ':'•\" ' W i s c o n s i n Pat-cnrS- •',. ...Patents for the fo'ltnvmg . Wisconsin .-inventors ar e reported for this week bv •Erwin, Wheeler .& Wheeled, 5$ anil *i» Loan an d Trus t building. Milwaukee. Wis. These attorneys will furnish th e Inventors* Handbook\" free on requpst. .-. Olaf- Hetle.saete.uv Milwaukee ditching machine: K 11. Holjart, assgr.. Heioit, ILH- tian 'clutch: F . IV Ide, Eau Claire, arma- ture for dynamo-electric machines Peter J. Krdehnke. Tliieusville.bridge guard K. J. Perry, Fond elu. line, -.'carbon-inau'lfnltl sheet or book tteissue): Jacob l-\\ Theurer. Milwaukee, beer cooler: Antiswetsol com- pany. Milwaukee,-' : medicated\". shoe-p.\\ds' (trade-mark.) -' • —Josep h Jefferson find '.'his.'sous,' Wil- liam aim vJoe, arrived a t Buzzard's Ba v •on Wednesday of last week. !:M M IVOR'S BEQUEST. Personal letters reach Mrs Pinkham by thousands some asking advice, and others, like the following...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 July 1896

: ^ O Q B ^ 6 1 J ^ ^ ISiilliiiill ^TUBC^O N BAY, WIS. i | ^ : n N N K : P p T I N G - C O ^ :- •: • f otrtisfisrs. ':\"Nh- .:.:''::-^:':.-:\"\"\"''. ' •1i' »'•..'..,'•., .'•• 3 A Nulribier of Union §teel Mflla in ^ 'p^ •' /th6:! ei8t \"WUl. Shut•':\" .- _ K---'v-'Vi-:\".-- ^' ' ': D6wn.' \"• '\".' ? 5 i IPittebHwr, Ki., June 30.—The new ii^nge^scn'U* of the Amalgamated Iron ^ntidyJSteei Workers goes into eft^'Ct tonior- :row a««I all.union mills whore tin- scale : has M t been Signed will close down at injflnijr^*. The Keystone rolling mill, tin* J . Paateer& Sons company of Pitts- ibiirjf, the Wheeling Iron company. ^Wheeling, hud the Akron Iron and 8teel ^amtmny Hiipicil the puMYtut nud finish- ing settles, and P . II, Lanftnarin, the old- est tinplatc nianufoctHror In the tltiit-. cnl States lias Bigried the thiplfitOBcnli!, ^.aufmann is not n member of the maun* faeturers' association and is running In* dopendpntly, • T h e iron scale is hot likely to he signed yby many...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 July 1896

IOOI COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STIJBGEON BAT, WIS., JUIJY 4, 1S96. '.••• XEP-SEBVICE. .\"• . liordi hear toy lips, and not my heart:— . :' ..• t'ntempted lips that purely plead • Atiegiauee to the better part ' , O hear the word, and wait the deed! As Muds will shake some wretched reed, Perchance to spare, perchance to' kill, -My wavering heart 'twist word and will Is shaken still. Then let my loyal lips be heard Above my heart's rebellious Cry. It anything In rue hath erred. I t Is my heart, it Is not I! l*ass not my prayer and pledges by My patient lips shall steadfast sue, \"That stubborn citndel subdue. And make theni true. —Louise Betts Edwards In Harper's Maga- ' ' glue.: • - •. . IpDOPTBBOY \" I t ' s very strange,\" muttered Blanche Penroy, musing within h e r s e l f . \" ! know so littie about him—I have only known him ten days—yet when he spoke about leaving E l m Point last night it seemed .••.• \"as if all the sunshine were going out of the world for me.\" T h e roses mounted up...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 July 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JDJLY 4 , 1896. ir,Wt-vtmmii PRISTINE co.plank \\ j r / : J . ^ i X K H V , ' E d i t o r . \" 8UB8CWPTION PRICE. S1.50 .PEW YBAR. STOftGEON BAY, AVIS, .JULY 4. The nomination of McKinl«y for presi- dent, with t h e promise of a higher tariff,«» followed by tlila announcement, lute a t fltUbuTtf. \"Alt th e tin ptai'e manufacto - ries of th» country closed down on ^^^^ of this week, throwing out of employment 35,000 men. \" H e r o we are! Tlio vast tin plate industry, employing »B»00» in«w, which came Into existence after a demo - erotic redaction of om-liair In th e tin tariff, becameparalyzeda s soonasMcKinley was nominated for president, with u pledge t o retitore th e old extortionate protective tar- iff on tin. Instead of reviving industry t h e promise of a Mcklnlcylto restoration Is killing Industry. IT begins to look very much as if the silver wing of the Democratic party ' would cany the convention .at. Chicago next week. T...

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

P O O R C O I J N T * D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S y J U ^ Y ^ 1 8 9 6 . ' Tlie Fourth in the City. p Whea the start was made a week ago, Jfthose a t the head of the uioveinent had popt calculated oh arranging so elabor- i figate a programme as the result of their j Igefforts has brought about. Besides the horse races at the driving park. The i l^bicycle races at the same place are at- ' ftractiug much attention in the city aud ! ftjsuvraunding country towns, being the pirs t faces of the kiud ever held here. l?Fhe entrees for the horse races are all iiorses owned by citizens and the speed- ing Avill therefore be free from those Irace track antics, whereby it is seldom Jlthat the best horse wins. In this case tithe races will be for blood and fame. IA game of base ball will be played be- itween the heats of the races. The tug of war, foot races, sack races, wheel- barrow races, fat men's races, etc., etc., to be held on Cedar street after the races at the fair gro...

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

IIS \"K^pii^il^lll^^i _ :.:%:#it^^ yV/pfWbbvb r/wich^^ :$6*bia$&lifty^ ::' : / $£$?:$&ii^$. Q,?OHS0jSi:^0pm: / ' ://This-hotel bas/beeb/bebiy 'refanii^ed and ' wifitWd throughout* and offers the very beet of : ioboiAjttoitetfoif&for the traveling pottle. Hot : *»a ^dW i*ai!! feaths. Fim-elass sample r .:«Wtt)B.:: f r e e 'lilts: to and from all boats and trains, Rates tiiQO»ndl*t.&0 per day / //: ' /' Â¥//. /.'STURGEON. BAY'-'WIS,'-''\"•\"• B.y/'/'SHOWS AY H0TKJ.,/: : \" - //yi - Ai^TjKLVstmt /Prop.///v-.•'?•/ j /'First yClBSs ^cominodatiocB, for^ mar* .and v.tobakb-::A '•$$&: sample:room' connected tvitb : • 'iiiiHouse,\\ -Ratesreasonable. £/ : / S AtVYERi:BOOH CO. Ivfe/V-v-V'/'- : TOIBST XAT10NAI, HOtBl , r yAyweH-orbered' }iousd Be oentiyJenlarged w»i newJy-flttcja. / \\ y \"•' : / Gopdburijs, SpecJiii attentibh given to the /*abt«of.b«rtabrsand,'^ CO WilrieSrtiiq«Ors:ande%ar»,/- •'\"..'.•'•:.:y /. r\"-///://-/: STURGEON BAY, WIS. Tl&TON• IIOTJSI...

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

•M'^: ffpga^o^^ NO. 25i LOG« U Is ^hat j-ciu get when you trade with us. Tho differehce in price bct-vveoh our goods and some you may buyfethat much Free Silver to you. v j Wiid raspberries are ripe and exceed- ingly plentiful. :M j SEK the IKIV. ^of the Listman 'MilV:€o:U': in this issue. It is a \"Marvel,', : ,: GEO. & JAS. 'Tost want cherries Look for their adv. in this issue: .'•' The board of review met on Monday J morning and adjourned to the 16th i'fisti j The work on C A. Basse's new brick j building is progressing at a satisfactory »,-,, ,','•• . . . . , , ,.,-.• , H1\"\"**101 nwuus in me cuy. - dr. K.-Spalsbury and M. Cain made a i ,, , 0 , A . • ^ ,-, . , „ . business trip to Menominee yesterday. - Ml'*- ^ \" ' j y Murchie, of Rapid Kiver, -::'.,,. .. • .• : -i. • , , , \" , . \\ i1Su guest-other sister Mrs. F. I: fleck,\" :\"V the schooner Merchant loaded w-ood „• , , . , . , at L. M. Washburn's dock on Wednes- h \"\"'ink Dohearty is spending the week ^aijjes'aiicl...

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

lllflltllliS S g|£tie iV^ ' { ^ / K / { ^ ™ ? ^ ' ^ ^^^^•.••:y?::^'':'--^-:,y:'.i!,, :,. • • -:/ .v\"'\"-// // :/'-H ./=: TJnited States now/that we are on .top arid {'Ata4.\"lsv,Rie.ii [ it-.ifeis'.stote^'. :v- /: r /'?/^ '-'f:^:^':'-^£&::i*:-*aA~-' :/ v ' with yolumitipiis hisses and » moderate : {v v v'' '//{ i:\\{?^ Harritjr //•: // ::/r/.:{{:{://{ v^^^^^^ the\" irony ^ / ^ i: 1893 Beat*{jlmifor{Temporary' Chair- g ^ ^ -V^-^.••' i.• r'Wftfti.--v«_ . -'„••:••Â«' J .* : was restored and Marston said: '.Gentle- jSOtt-^aft^r. A p ^ i for Bar, | m ( , n o f ^ c o n v e n t l „„ f listen thatye may / ^ *o KcwcinlJcr ilio Xoyalty of ThoSr Op- i against anybody, that wo:havo proceeded \\ - j™ jg In favorof Be- •'/-'•Jjjitwus/Nowv'/ •:v'\":-' , '--!.\" • 1 mocracy.'' : .-/'/:: ^::•C^^CAO0^JH^ :: 8,U.The • scats: of the T ^ t e r e w c r o »\"• gi'cnt many speeches.the delegates and alternates were filled, tout there ww a wide fringe of vacant chairs on the outer edge of the ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 July 1896

: V O p ( J o r o y y ^ M o b ^ ^ ^ vC : -^':^ /*^e: Colnag^:oif:'sllve^-:Is:Deaiande -at Following is theplatformas adopted by theconnnittee bniresolutiohs '. V 'We, the iJeaioenrtes of the tTnitcd States in nnUon^ contention assemble^, do to aftu-m our »U6^ncetotuoso great essential prtoc pals of jostles and liberty uponwui h o a r institu- tions aro foanded,and which.the IJeinocratic party haa ftdVocabod from Jefferson's time, to .' our'ff(TO--freeaoai^^^of Sp^h \"freedom of the nress, treedom of conscience, the preservation of personal Tights, theequalityof all citizens before the hw, and the faithful observance of constltntibnal limitatioh^ Durtrig aUtbese j*eirs the Democratic party has resisted the tendency of selfish interests to thei Scentralij»tionofgovernmental power and steadfastly iasiintain a the inteprity of tiie dnal echejaS of government e-tablisued by the founders of this republic of republics. Under itBguidancjaandteachinsS the great principle oflocal selfrgover...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 July 1896

D O O K COUNTY D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , J U L Y 1 1 , 1 8 9 6 . DOOR 60yNTy P^ •\"/ t'V.''• • • • ,v. 'tiiotuiIdas*matter..\" :_/•/ :'\"/\"\"// F«Ji»l»ea tpvery Saturday by the :•/. •&J. wtsraEY R E S T I ^ co. ••.'•'• \":0V J/E'IK3SiaY/ I3tcli.t.or.- SUBSCRIPTION pnice, $l.so PBR YBAH« S T l S S JULY 11, F« TPresldeht, Wrn J. Bryan, Nominated for President, at (Mango, just as we go to press this, Friday after- EDITORIAL. - T H E local iHooopolLHtic ring organ opens its arms wide and invites sore- head-gold••democrats to-come into the camp of the robber tariff chief*. 'I'm Chicago* TtmU-lkraU. speaks candidly of the genial companionship of multi-millionaire Mark Hanna. There are others, too, who think JIanna and his millions are gonial. A h\\un share of' the $7,XM),t April steal of the mid trust lias gone into t ho coffers of tho Mc'Klul«y campaign fund. The trust and monopolies are the back- bone of the republican party, \"\" SAWVKK\" always has...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 July 1896

D O O R C O U N T Y OEJttOCBAT » S T I J K G E O N B A Y V W I S M JUiOKi 1 1 , 181)6. 5 IN tfipQQUNTY . Farmers are busy as bees \"making hay while the sun shines.\" The Ludington, of the Goodrich line, was. ill port AVeduesday evening. - Mr and Mrs. A. C. Eveland made a trip to Sturgeon Bay and back Monday. Ybiir correspohden^having been ab- sent, no news matter Ayus contributed from Jaeksohport last week. This is an xmnsual occurence. A unnibeiof our school teachers Mill attend the Door county summer school at Sturgeon Bay, which will open next Monday, July 13th. Mrs. Jos. Landre, formerly of this .place, but more recently of Two Rivers, is visiting relatives and friends here at present. Miss Marie Landree is also visiting here. At the annual school meeting Monday evening, the voters decided to re-engage the Misses Mary and Sarah MoQuaid as teachers of our village school, for theprogress ensuingyear. Miss Florence Stevenson, of Little Sturgeon, is a guest at the home of Mr. and ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 July 1896

t!i 80m M # 1 ^ : $ ^ ^ iM«wfWiiwwff DRILLING DEEP WELL& How tho Work Can Be Done Economically :://'J-..:: '/:/-J an d totlffactorfly. /.-^ • ••/• l a reply to iiquiry as to drilling deep niit a diagram arid.a few figTires'asto !-w^t.^ lW'-d0niey I have seen some vary cxp^awive machinery in rise, also some that Is very cheap. tie will Want a derrick something Mice the accompanying diagram. The lumbershould fee four 2x0s, 24 feet long and a few boards t o form th e ladder and braee it. This will cost not over three dollars. The roller a t the base should be ten inches in diameter. This cart be made mostly of wood,orany oldmachinerollerthat ia strong enough asm fixed so aa to couple the rod on from the horse power. The rope t o be wrapped around this roller raises the drill, and then when you slack i t the drill will fall. One man. must stand and hold the rope to keep th e drill going, and I t will do the work t:-v .S0ME^pB0HARP::'£VlL8v^: jJoW to Frbt«ot ifoai!igf' fruit Tree*...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 July 1896

DOOR C O U N l ^ I I ^ \"WASTIP4G F O I ^ ^ E MESSAGE. • Where the whisp'rin^ watera mormur, ., In dreamy^ ceaseless eBB and flow. Comes a iriem'ry, clad like summer. lighted by the sunset's glow. Silvery sands seem as ihaehtea With Imagined footprints there And IUsten^sjeep enchanted— For the message in the air./ Where the whisii'rihg waters murmur . When the moon is o'er the sea, From beyond the midnight's glimmer . Comes that echoing voice to me, .'•:-. Peacefully the night winds slumber, .•\" Soft, serene, the stars shine bright O'er the sanded floor 1 wander -Through the noiseless cairn,of night. Where the whisp'ring waters murmur See! Life's joyous morning breaks! . Bee! The njght has fall'ii asunder. And mankind its burden takes. We muat wait a little longer For the signal, coming lato, Telling of the way up yonder. Through the gluaming golden gate. —•George Harriott, in Boston Budget CAi-COtfA'S MDOCKS. an: So sooner hnd the iheaisingof Kate-sword^peherrate.1 her inner cbu- ...

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

{$$ioi^ Rooms tivct'Hatas Furniture-Store, ''^'STOtoEO^^BAy,^WISCONSIN.'- \":. ft, K. K. StOKKIS, Along The l6cks •JTOTEI/ TKEMUNT, W Awarded ' The Aldriehwas fr oin the dry Highest HbndTC^VttrM'* P«ir» dockWedne^»y. :floated .fV :,, .r.v ........... — .•. ....•:......-.. ......... Sttiith & Daley'f tug1, Irene, of Me- nbhiinee, was in Ior for a few hours last, Sunday.-.. • ,..• .•:':': •' ::/,'''•' The Government Atrig Willams took another scow load of stone from here to Muskegon oh Tuesday last. The handsome steam yacht Wilbur, D « u v f i i r i A v i v i v ZfmtTf?£YK \\of Chicago, was it port Wednesday v v STURGEON BAY, wis. j The schooner Aldrieh, of the Leathern :Offico over Beicliel's Drug Store. ••.'Residence j & Smith line was put hi the floating Commercial Hotel, .rtoom its. dry dock and re-calked the first of the \"\".\". .«'\"•\"•\" j week. .-•'•'.\"• JIEILMAS' & .TOJINSOX, Props. I The steamer Francis Hiiiton is at the •Thishoterims i-corinewly refurnis...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 July 1896

^IJROEOIVBA^ ^.^^JWIih- nHHIHl N O ^ ifyoa need to be economical. ''Take care of che pennies and the dollars take cave of tnemselves.\" Here you can really save dollars by reason of our low prices. Some times you may not notice or know our prices are lower but they are, just the same...... v. Aif}£ buys a good pair of Cottonade V V P a n t s . \" \" -,\"-'.-\"'. ,' 7 5 C b»ys a better pair. ft K A buys a pair of nice Cotton Wor- ^ \" ^ sted Pants. buys the finest Black or a»V K f y Brown cotton worsted Pants ? * • \" \" made. They are a perfect imitation of $4 and $5 pants. ^ ' ^ ftO buys a good heavy Satinet fbr a nice Black Cheviot Suit. All along the lineup 3 . 5 0 to our $16.00 suits you will find values not equaled else- where. m Ladies' Gapes and jackets. We must again call your attention to the very low prices we offered our Wraps at in our last week's ad.. You save dollars by buying now. Shoes. BOY'S RUSSET SHOES. We are prepared to shoe every boy in the city with a pah o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 July 1896

DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUKttEON BAY, WIS., JUL.Y 18, 18»6. ^m^&^SBiios^M^ An Eldquclnf Jefen of the V.' Hi» ••••Tlew»: on : Finance, the lucome Tai,. ^ennre » f :*ttiMt the Tatlff and Bn»I- DesB—He Ptclarca He Is Beady to Meet tbe Gold Staudnril Men on EveryPoint. Demosthenes and Cicero, Ml that vac have heard of ihetjreat orators of the JEngllsh tongue, was realized. . • •.-'/ '.:•-:• HENliY omnaE. •\"the • :':-Th4 dcleaaie$ sal m if enchanted. It wand display of clmpicncc. pureand un- deftied, Henry Cliy hirtitielf could not have created so great a furore. AMOSJCtJMMlNaS. Bryan'sspeech teas the finest1haveicver listened to. JOHN P. ALtOELZ). Here is the speech by W. J. Bry- an in the national convention at Chicago that made him famous and that nominated him for the presi- dency: -: .'j' Mft. CHAIRMAN AND CfEKTLEMEJI OF THE CONVESTIOST: I would bo presumptuous indeed to present myself against th- distinguished gentleman to whom you .have listened if this wero but a measuii...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 July 1896

Jj|*»6.CHt^ BAY, WIS , JULY IS 189C. «MA#MTOL. ^pernocratic:::,Cohv6nt?on•• ' - Norni- life'\"••-\"''•,, nates a T'cket. •\"-• the Presidential Nominee Comes from |: Nebraska as a Contesting Delegate and Returns to His Homo the Choice of the j| ?Sliver.' Democrats for President of tho p/ViUtea States-—Platform /Adopted. Do- daring for Free Silver. GHICAQO. July 10—At 10:5a a. idi'.yes- jterday Chairman White requested the Democratic national convention to come to order, but In a voice so hoarse that probably not fifty of the delegates oould hear him. With a despairing look at the jcrowd in front ho passed the gavel over to Colonel Richardson, of Tennessee, who 'raised his powerful voice In a command WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. to the house to get ready for business. The sergeaht-at-arms announced to the gal- leries that they must keep better order than they did\" yesterday, or they!wouldbe cleared. Rev. Edward Green, of Grace Episcopal church, Cedar .Rapids, Ia.,again acted chaplain, ...

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 — 18 July 1896

:-ik?foA:cain»aw.:ft •••'.•'•':':••. : \\v.'.-pati^^ -a.:a.:s*i3SiNBY'. Editor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, *1.50 P8B YBAR. STURGfiON BAY, W I S . / J U I ^ 18 T H E (Jreen Bay Jdvveade, seems l a bo terribly Worriod for feat- some will ac- cuse it of being opposed to Boss Minor's re-election to congress, There is no oc- casionfor any &ttcb four on its part. Ilf Minor caleulatfcs on getting many votes in Kewaunee Co. this fall in case he iss re-norninatcd, he had better ran over there and.fix' up certain matters with sonic of the disappointed '..support?' era of two years ago. ANY newspaper that •will publish an ai-lielo, intended on tbj& face of it, to in- duce democrat* not to vote for the reg- ular, democratic nominees, can cer- tainly have no right to claim to be a democratic newspaper. They are re- publican or nothing. MAJott SnoinmAu of Marinette, still seeiris to be in the lead for the republi- can gubernatorial nomination. Major Scolield could make a better governor with Ids...

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 — 18 July 1896

B O O B C O l J K « Â¥ 1 ^ 0 C K A T , S T V H G E O N B A Y , W I S . , J l l i ^ 1 8 , 1 8 9 $ IN TfiB GdUNTY .' SEVASTOPOI.. -i: '•'•.•) Fi'ed Schuyler has the finest tield of barley we have seen in the town this .year. / ' • Harry Martin Will probobly not re- build his resulerice that was recently destroyed by tire, a t least, not just at present C l a r i s take* the property of the V. and C. Mashek Co., is becoming a very popular resort for camping parties. The tishiug is most excellent. Some of our best posted fanners sav that if the present dry weather contin- ues for two weeks longer the yield of potatoes will be greatly lessened. Jos. Goetz has the fiuest iield of rye in this part of the county. It has headed out heavily and in many places is fully six feet in height. Nearly all of our farmers have com- pleted their haying, and have commenc- ed harvesting rye and winter wheat, the crops of which are very good. John Kramer, Jr., gave a 'birthday party a few evenings since....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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