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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 July 1896

?m$mm mm sf^lt^ft^^^^^^^S^wp^Sl^f^5^^^^^^^^^^^^Rt^^^5Wf^B^^P^^^^^W^R^^p jbop«. coimTic iJEa^ci ExcawjonTrainIn Collision with a Freight V^,••*^^' 't^•^^j),l»irtl»'i»^WM'' Bo^i Through the Forgctfulnei'* of the EnBlneor—Locomo- • . , lv -Jti\"Way Into A Coanh Filled _•• •.' With People and Makes Frightful Havoc •v• -•T'tUt of the Head aud Wounded. \"'•• OMAHA* July 13.46wahtt J» a city of mourting/with a full realization of the greatest catastrophe /that over wreaked death and desolation in tho heartB and firesides of thecity's people. No part of the city, was spared. There aro broken andbleeding/hearts' everywhore,and Bor- row rclgris supreme. The cause of this sorrow was a head-end collision between Logan and Missouri Valley on tho nbrth- westernroad Saturday eveningin which an excursion train collided with a fast freight The roll of dead belonging in Omaha numbers eighteen names, the complete list being OB follows: John MeDerinott, machinist at the Union Pacific shops John Ki...

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

D Q O R C O U N T Y » E M p d R A T , S T C T S G E O X B A Y , WBS v J l & Y I S , 1 8 9 f t Chicago Police Are Doing Some Good Work. VALUABLE INFORMATION SECCREB. The Wife of One of the Men Under Arrest Kays He r HuRbaiid Wns One of the Men W h o Committed the Robbery of th e Biscuit Company—\"Red\" Sullivan Adi mits Taking Part In Sixteen of th e Re- cent Hold-Ups—New Developments. CHICAGO, J u l y 17.—The deeper the police pry into the mystery of the recent hold- ups the more tangled they become. There is now every evidence tha t from five to te n m e n composed the g a n g which raided thestores. The same me n did not take part in all the robberies, though \"Bed \" Sullivan is said to have participated in the m all. Hi s assistants, however, varied on different occasions. Three of the me n wh o «bbe the New York Biscuit com- panj^are said to be under arrest a n d it is know n positively tha t tw o of the gan g are in the grasp of the police. The three me n are: ' William ...

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

m IpfofjS^ i:«r : &.'ii8^ ''''' /'-.rJBtwii? %'er~:.Hato '.)^.Wtt»^^e••'8toi «,• J J B . K.K. MOKHIS, S l I l f S I C l A N A N D S C B G E O K ./.^V- STURGEON BAY WIS. ^ Office over Rachel's prug Store, Residence Commercial Hotel. Boom 16- TXOTE1, TKEMONT, HKILMAN & JOHNSON, Props This hotel ba« been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very best 01 accommodations lor the traveling public. Hot and cold tfater baths. First-class sample rooms. Free'bus to and from all boats and trains. Bates $1.00 and S1.W per day. ST0RGEON BAY, WIS » A * 8HOKIS HOTSX. * * A. J, FEIXNER, Prop. . First Class accommodations for man and beafst. A good sample room connecttd with this House. Rates reasonable, , SAWYER, DOOR CO., WIS. FIRST NATIONAL HOTEL, JOHN HKRGEBSON, Prop, A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good barns. Special attention «lv?n to the wants of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ,-' STURGEON BAY, WIS. ffULTON HOTE...

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

« ^ L ^ g ^ ^\"^^R: 1 H$^$*^%S$ VOL.4. STURGEON BAY, W I S / S ^ U R I ) ^ JULY 25, 1896. NO. 27, T H E :,r:i::*2MB MosT : : ::|llfl PROPlTAiil BUYING... vSi •Can be done when the seller is •smx&m^^^^^^& 6uv anxiety to' sell is : plainly. ^ f t s w i | ^ i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ quote such prices as these: ~j^$$#v$M llOOO'yavds beautiful fall style . • V Dress Prints, worth 8c, a t — . . . . . O C • i^Xs0n display in our north window. 500 yards Arabian Red and Black ' a n d American Blue and White • Prints...... . 1000 yards Apron Check Ginghams fast colors a t . . . . . . . . . . . . . \" . . . . 80. inch printed dress fabrics in • : latest \"Persian p a t t e r n s . . . . . . . 30 inch heavy black with white -figure twilled shirting or V Dress Goods, worth 12c, at.. . 5c 6c 10c 10c SS^inch Persian Pattern Percales. I O C 34-inc Azure Silk, black SAor White, something entirely :?:-iiewa.t.,................... ,-v, iBobe Prints, (quilt goods), fast ^colors, a t . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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

||MJ^§:|||: 0 Little #brk Ddnl i t th» St Louis Conventions. , H O NIGHT SESSION OF POPULISTS. Now the movement bad grown to such proportion that rtctory was not only pos- sible but certain certain If the eilvi* forces united. Sacrifices must be made on alt Sides. The factions must all unite and the patriotic people would be rellevod of their burdens. There was loud and up- roarious cheering by the delegates when Mr. Towne ended. When Mir, Towne ended his talk a big banner upon which was painted two hu- man figures, one was marked \"McKinley\" and the other \"Monopoly above was \"Down These.\" Its appearance was loud- ly applauded. The next one to address the convention was Mrs. Helen M. Gougarof Indiana, She denounced the \"gold bug monopolists\" and \"Wall street pluto- cracy.\" She was followed by Judge Jo- seph Sheldon of Connecticut, and at 18:45 a recess was taken until 3:80. There were a good many women in at- tendance at the afternoon session, but the delegates were slow i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 July 1896

fm lOOJ COUNTY BEMLOQKAT, S^TCBGKON BAY, \\VIS., JULY 25. 18«6 . THEY'REAT WOBK, The Two Big Reform Convert- - tions at St Louis. , NO FIGHT QVEB 2JABI0N BUTLEE A Test To B e H a d In t h e Selection of Per- manent presiding Officer, the \"Mlddle- of-the-Koad\" Men Putting XTp Ignatius Donnelly and Afterward Pulling Hi m Bow o in IHvor of a Maioe Man—Ele- ment s Prevent a Kight Session by Shut- ting Off th e Electric t i g h t s . • S T . L O U I S. Jul y 23.—The Populist an d Silver conventions were launched yester- day, bu t neither mad e muc h headway. T h e Silver convention deemed it good policy to go slowly, in the belief that they migh t by remaining in session be able to exercise a n influence in shaping things in the Populist convention. To this end they appointed a committee of seven, headed b y Judg e Scott, of California, to meet •with a similar committee from the Popu- fcver a n hour i n total darkness for th e lights to b e turne d oh. Abou t a dozen candles were brou...

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

Sill fljjj^ ,:^ta'.-:'v.~..-:- Miond cla»« tiiaUtr, \\.: .\"•.-./-^\"i.'•'•'.i v.- :' ' raU^ed *very-:Satutday.bjr «*»• ..- - j . . ^ P l J i K f e V , • I&tlitor, S0BiBCRrpTION PRICS, ^$1.50 PER YEAR. STUKGEONy BAY, WIS,, ftt 25 •YorTre/sliljetit:--- -.' : , ''--'v WILLIAM JEXNIX« S JlftVAX, V y/ •-:: • 6r?fob«»ka.,•'•••'•'-.•'. Ifor Vice-l'resldetit— :•.•• . AUTIII/K SKH'Att , of 3lain«v EDI TOR WL. ' WJB listre not 'thfe least bljjectiou to (rreeri Bajrhaviag a public building ljut vvhen Minor saifs that tie hastily promisM afavorable report upon the bill providing lor a public building: lor Green Bay at the short session in p5 ceiiiber, he.'''promises that which has never before happened in congress, 'J he present eongrews has made all of its appropriations, and none will be made at the short sessloii unless it be in some emergency, or case of great im- portance. '•This is the year 'when.---'gentlemen, who are greater as orators than as law- yers will draw regular wa...

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

IpOOB COUNTY D E M O C J R ^ , ^ ^ 1 8 » 6 . IN TttS OQUNTY. v FISH CREEK.''' . .Miss. Annie Jacobson has returned to her home in Ellison Bay. Win. Hill transacted buisness at Sis- ter Bay the first of the week. ' • Jos. Sorehson visited friends at Hedgehog Harbor last Sunday. '\"\"\"„ Mrs..Meyers', of Rio Creek, Wis., isj visiting with relatives and ifrieuds here. Mrs. John. Graham, of .Oregon, is visiting her parents Mr. and airs/Nor- ' ton, : . Mrs. Anuie Bassford, of Sevastopol, U. here visiting her parents-Mr. and Mrs. Evenson. Carl Oleson has secured a position iu the saw mill or the Wisconsin Chair Co. at Ellison Bay. Will Van Doozer, of West Sturgeon Bay, was a guest of friends here the fore part of the week. Messrs. H. and A. Weborg left Mon- day, for Hedgehog Harbor to get outthe timber for a pile driver. Steve Norton has one of the finest fields of rye we have seen iu this or any other part of this county. Miss Emily Gustafson has gone to Marinette, where she will remain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 July 1896

jl§j§^i|^^iS^^^^Bi^^^^M^^S^^^^i '^:jiyMpfijm Kwsw*^ 4f Att' .£. • •* :•• *v • S\" -:':-?'Ifott hav& toi go BO awful BiowiV' ':.. :'r: :: »' iyH'^i^'An^yflu'inW VK £ */.'4Bd. yoaznay trip, or ymniayehp • ' » Sliding down tho banisters • ' .-^ i:Ji '' :W thctoabj way to go.\"... - x''\"--:^ildiiig.idiwa. '.' f- Swifter than « flash, ,:: •::..,': • Whtoing ttirotigli the otxnosi)bero, ' y^.i.Ciiitin^ijtiiteadaah, .'•'•• Makes the blood rash to your brain, . Booking Ji&6 a railway tram. .\",•.•' ' Mind tho curves with might nnd main •: • As you Hwnyond eltwb. Gliding down the banisters • V:,A:^ Takes yonr breath away, r •'••'•'i And, oh,' tb* noise of girls and boya : , Flnebwd with frantic play. ..,'•'. Latuthter pealing thro' tho air ,•• \\' .- Drives away yonr Krim despair, ••',- / Lulls the favored brow of cara, : 'Neath the children's sway. . -.' — Pearson'a Weefiiy,:, Many years have passed since WO were sitting together, one May morning, in a trellised arbor that o...

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

^p^COFNff^ A DeiiiQcrsrticCandidateFor Vice President. BUSINESS AND POLITICAL CiBEER* Of Revolutionary Stock and a Shipbuilder. A Type of th e New England Buslneu Man—He Began Life as an Apprentice. The Great Apostle of Wooden Ships—HU Wife la an Artist, and One of His Sons I« a Republican—Mr. Sewall's Plain Words About Free Coinage. Arthur Sewall of Bath, Me., thewas Democratic nominee for vice president, is better known as a man of business than as a politician, although for many years past he has taken prominent part in the councils of the Democratio party. He is a type of the New England busi- ness and social magnate as developed in the rough, hard working communities of Maine. The elder Sewall was a shipbuilder in Bath, Me., in the early years of the century, and his eon Arthur succeeded to the business. They are an old and illustrious fam- ily, coming to this country from Cov- entry, England, in 1684. In the colonial times the Sewalls were prominent in public affairs always. ...

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

* • •': • JJj^ &>^ BUSINESS CARD$.: wv A.KeAN, v: : •\"•• -. •:. .' DENTIST. -. v V : : ' .Rooms over Halms Furniture Store, STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. |-*K. E. K. MOUnis, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. STURGEON BAY, WIS. . Office over Relchel's Drug Store. Residence Commercial Hotel. Room 18. . HOTKL TREttONT, HKIL.HAN & JOHNSON, Props. Tbls hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted ttarotuinout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths. First-class »ample tooths. Free 'bus to and from all boats and twins. Hates Jl.M) and »1.S0 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. 1A SHORE HOTKL, •** A .1. FfXLNKR SAWYER. POOR CO.. WIS. SHORT NEWS STORIES. t/htore 8de&»ttUeaautake^Xilllaa Bunnell'* Latest--Chicago'* Hew Tower-He Was WideAwake. FIRST NATIONAL IIOTKI., JOHN BKRUKIISON, Prop. A well-oriSered house. Recently enlarged and newly fltjed,- Oood barns. Special attention given to theoat Wttnts of fanners and their teares. Wines, Liq...

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

V0L.4. STURGEON BAY,WIS., S^ftJRDAY, AUGUST 1, 1896, N0 . £&. G. GREUSEN. We do not Strive to quote lowest prices. We do strive to give Best values. Dress Goods. While we are still closing out a great many of our Summer £ Worsted Novelty Dress Goods at less thati cost,v y?e are showing a new falI line which for-beautyj: : a^(](^^s^biv::s price has no equal in.tfo-crty, . . /.^£^^ • 28 inch Brocades •••-:•\". : 36 inch Brocades 34 inch Heavy 34 inch Fancy Plaids 36 inch All Wool Serge. •: •••••• ••••^ynf^^^m0^mm^m^^',-:', 40 inch All Wool-BlacK ^(Mm^i^m^&^^mmT^C •0'irich Mohair'Brocades ^ 36 inch All Wool : BrocadeS |j^^^^^^||| f 3S$^£ 40 inch Mohair Brocades:M^:^i^§M^^^v^^^W^7^C.-[ ' • . •' '^yyy^#|?i33^ 4§ inch Navy Serge... - V^| ^^^^^l^^i^^ftOC-' mmmm Mi-M&ip 45 inch Extra Heavy Blac| ^|g|^^^g^^||f:5QC f Sicillian Cloth—A heavy: ^i^ftg|p^i^^|^|fietr ••'•• excellent fabric for'Ski^p : !f||f|||^||j|i||i|| 50 pieces Silk in Black and ColorsIsUura&ily for trimmi...

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

•WQHICQIBWM iililidelegatets Watson Virtually Demands the Mains Man's Withdrawal. AN EDITORIAL IX HIS NEWSPAPER. The Georgf Populist insinuates Over HI* Own Signature That Ho .,$• the Man To Be Recognized a* Bryan'* Proper Run- ning Mate—General Weaver of .trm In Alabama t o See Fab- Play at the Polli— Political Note*. ATLANTA, Ga., July 81.—Hon, Thomos Watson of Thompson is out in a strong editorial in his paper stating his grounds for accempting the nomination for vice president from the Populist national con- vention. H e refers to Mr. Sewall as an Individual of standing and a free silver Democrat, bat adopts the argument elab- orated on at St. Louis that the nomina- tion of a Populist for second place was necessary to preserve tho uutonomy of tho Populist organization, especially in the *outh. The editorial is accepted not only ns a letter of acceptance but nlso an offi- cial ultimatum that propositions for with- drawal will not be considered by Mr. Wat- son or the Populists and...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 August 1896

1UQ POUNffY BEMOCRAT/S^pKGEON BAY, WIS, AUGUST 1. 18?0i a ^JCKET PUT UP BY THE POPULIST' CONVENTION. • '•!(&*>Nebrask Man Nominated in the ' . _(^JKwe.sr. Hl« «w Protest—The Platform :: J^SHver Meia: Nominate Bryan and Sew- . all fop Their Standard Bearers. ST. Loms, July 23.—The opposition to Bewail in the Populist convention prac- tically swamped tho Bryan forces at the day session of the convention yesterday, by making it impossible to prevent a di- vision of the Chicago ticket. The leaders were powerless to check the strong feeling against the Bath shipbuilder and banker. Cfy& TPM WATSON OF GEORGIA. * ^ j^Whon the proposition was made to i^ohSnge the regular order of tho nomina- tionsthe Bryan men strained every nerve vU prevent it. They even pleaded. When I'the roll was called they rallied every vote |rt their command. Butler, of North Car- olina, was a powerful ally with the ninetv- flve votes of tho Old Torth State behind him. -When tho vote was figured up, '...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 August 1896

: b b ^ ^ i r i ^ DOO R mm DEMOCRAT SnXeriAM tH Pott OJJici at Sturgeon Bay as second class matter. ^aligned every Saturday by the 3. J . PINNEY PRINTING GO. J . J . P I N N E Y , E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.60 PER YBAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUGUST l. *V»r rresldent— WILLIAM JKNXJNGS ISKYAN, «f Nebraska. For Vlcc-PreoJdent— A i m i l J B KKW'ALL, of Maine. E D I T O R I A L . .TAMMANv supports Bryan and Sowall. SHOW your goldbug neighbors, if you have any, this issue of the DEMOCRAT. ..NEW YORK democracy is united in Support of the Chicago' platform arid ticket. WHITNEY and Vilas, uro not' \"tho people.\" and they don't propose to star .in any third party faras. Tun question is, who has got thequestion $250,000,000 mortgage, and who has got it to pay. The answer to this question will determine for whose advantage the gold standard is. '.»..- IT WIM. require a snap convention, just like the one perpetrated upon Door county republican's- last Saturday, to nominate! Henry Ov...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 August 1896

IO0 C6tJKtY DEMOCRAT, STURGfCXN BAY 1V1S.* ^JtJ^ t, l ^ t ^ IN TH^QQUNTY. . ^J^ACKSONi•OKip. K-'•• The Ludington, of the Goodrich Iihe, was iu port Wednesday evening. Dr. F, Mullen, of Sturgeon Bay, was seen on our streets last Saturday. The army worm has made its appear- ance in various parts of the town. The schooner \"Bride\" loaded with wood at Reynold's\" dock last Thursday. The schooner Rob Roy loaded with wood at Reynold's dock Sunday, and the Dan Mabee and Silver Lake on Monday and Tuesday respectively. The dance at the Wisconsin House last Friday evening was very largely attended, and everybody had a most enjoyable time, according to their own individual statements. The schooner Mary A. Gregory, of Milwaukee, took on part of a cargo of hemlock ties at LeMere's dock Wednes- day. She went to Whitefish Bay for the balance of her load. Messrs. L. H. Erskine, David Shampo, Thos. Reynolds, B. J. Erskiue, Jos. Smith and Chas. Reynolds were elected as delegates, at the republican t...

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

.^0Qlt e0trNT§ ^ f have^^ scarcely had time to sleep. JBreiy & bed so weary^hat^t- wentfo sleep 89 soon as my head touched the pillow. My pother Has been sick, too, most of the time, and hiy hands have been foil, I assure:yau.'' / .v':•'•'-/•- i suppose she MWit: have seen iny : : :*)ff^or^:^I»toamn w^t^ ^ AV In ^msonsplfidfiiar gleaming, ::, , AB pa'st'tht* bar avessel sailed . r /With graceful pennant streaming, : Aatotwy petrel-flew..../:./ .••/'•' Then fromtheir ambush crept tho winds, Like elewder t%yJg» of ^viUovr, :And, strdekby wbijis of foarohig spray, TlicKOod ship bore away. Tlvro*gh darkling clouds th lightning ciavo: . ,' : A jagged path asunder, And in the gloomy vaults O'erhead : ! vJDeep-roHM''thefloIIcn:.thdnd(5fr,'::.- :VÂ¥htlcrhigh above unnumbered graves Up/leaped the hungry waves. .Gray rose this dawn, and dreamily, • A* thcragh 'twist stop and waking. ' • Low lapped the waves, as on tho rocks J.: TJuoir lone, green lines wero breaking, And in the chantri...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 August 1896

UNCOLNfiHlHE i^POJfr-^ra.^.^^ ^r0|agmpf $pe^ch Jn Po- ^ litical Discussions. THE INCOME TAX DECISION. Abraham ^Lincoln's Opinion as to the Ex- tent to Which Sapreme Court Decisions Are Binding Upon the Public—The Chi- cago Convention In No Stood For Be- /fined Rhetoric , The fierceness with -which some of your gold contemporaries denotuace the plank of the Democratic platform de- claring for an income tax notwithstand- ing the decision of the supreme oonrt adverse to the recent law imposing such a tax recalls the historic debate between Mr. Lincoln and Judge Douglas in 1858. I n t h e course of that debate Judge Douglas charged Mr. Lincoln and his party with \"resisting\" what was known /as the Bred Scott decision, and in an- swer to that charge Mr. Lincoln thus states his view of the extent to which a supreme court decision is binding upon the public \"as a ruler of political ac- tion:\" \"Judicial decisions have two uses: First, to absolutely determine the case decided, and, secon...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 August 1896

^ O ^ ^ i-lfl\" A. •Â»&«*, , •::•- V\"':\" Ttocttii dyer Hatma Tvrn\\ tareStore, ':•:, SURGEON BAY, 'WISCONSIN.:'}\"• TfcB- E.K.MOnBIS,• ••',• PttYSldlAN ••'AND SURGEON •V'/'-.'V.V STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over ftclchel's Drug Store, Residence Connected by telephone. HOTEL TBEMONT, HEM-MAN & JOHNSON, Prop*. Tbis hotel has been newly refornlHhed and refitted throughout, and otters the very best of jKKSommodartons for the traveling public. Hot and cold water uaths. First-clans sample rooms: Free 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates ?1.00 and ?I.M per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS.'\" \":••\"••': ''•'•:: '• - - - :-:''A^lrafcdl\" :• . • Highest H»^iT^Wor!d* Ffeliy 7 f A y SHOKK HOTEL, .-*•*. A. J . FELI.NEU, Prop. First Class accoromodationti for wan and : beast. A\" food sample room connected -with thisHouse. - Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. TpIKST NATIONAL HOTEL, :\"*• JOHN ItEKGKIMON, Prop. •: .'• •,A-WeU-ordcrcd house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 August 1896

Ititilli STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATTORBAY, AUGUST 8, 1890. NO 2& GREISEN. We are giving special attention to ...our department of... •^ENTLBMEIH'S : iVBTS f\\ND Gf\\P5 And fear no competition in... ' STYLE, FIT , AN D DURABILITY Of o u r 3Popula. r L i n e . vtVheii in need of Shapely Hats at faultless . . figures call on us. -:Z:M^m^M Kew Shapes of Fedora at,, •New Shapes of Fedora at New Shapes of Fedora ait New Shapes of Fedora New Shapes of Fedora ifew Shapes of J^da|a||j| |i^i: j?fcroif Capsiroin LOGflL. SCMMEK Mowry's. goods at cost at Mrs. L. D. SEE the adv. of the Listman Mill Co., in.this issue. It is a \"Marvel.\" A party of prominent people from Green Bay are camping out at Idlewild, I There is some talk of an evening ox-. \\ cursion to Little Sturgeon next week,'' i probably Thursday. j Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, jthe hottest of the'year, the heat was i intense and almost unbearable. j, The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Chai'les Stevenson next Wednesday, Aug. 12t...

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