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

'£: •wp^:&^ Nominated for Governor by Wis- consin Republicans. ('middle of. the roadera,\" flatly declined to i allow the nse of their names, leaving the field to the Eev^ J. B. .Gambrell, the Pop- jalist-Prohibition candidate. | West Virginia Populists. | P^BKEBSBTJBG, Aug. 7.—The Populist i state nominating convention convened I here Wednesday in the courthouse. A t 10 Merits of the Pencil Document To Be Decided. BEQUIRED S I X BAIXOTS TO » 0 IT . j o'clock a t night, after wanglin g over the J DEFINITE MOTE I S THE C0STEST. question of Indorsing a Democrat or ' 4M\"•Â»!.- «•Â«Â«.• i.ii n . T»r-^ii„.»„ ».»,* . (Whether t o nominate a 'middle of the ?%£?•?*£. I T * ^ l l ! ?% Z « * « \" man, the Populist convention nom- Twelv* Xot**, but After That Sconeld | J n a t 4 j d I s a a c Co X 3 ^ i j l h 8 n y d e r o f F a l r m o n t Increane* His Own Lead Until Nomi- s | q r governor. Two nominees were placed sated—Mayor VJngree of Detroit -Worn-J before the convention,...

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 — 8 August 1896

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUKGfiON BAY, WIS BTATE CONTENTIOXS, REPUBLICANS OF MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN MEET. Totnts of th e Platforms They Adopted— Both Unequivocally Indorse the Action at St. Louis—Hoard Denies Some Stories Tha£ Hare Been Current as to His Action GRAND RAPIDS, Aug. C—The Republic i n s t a t e convention wa s one of the most exciting in the history of the state. Vic- tor' M. Gore was the temporary chairman and made a red-hot gold standard and protective tariff speech. After a fight •over the admission of Pingree delegates from St. Clair, who were finally admitted t o the floor, but without a voto, the con- vention took recess, and a t its reassem- bling the St. Clair case wa s still unsettled by the credentials committee and short speeches were made to take up the time, the Pingree delegates protesting against a proposed adjournment t o evening before the contest was decided. Took a Best U U the Evening. After several speeches had been made the motion to adjourn until ...

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 — 8 August 1896

*)pOB'CpNTY '•• •', ^iiiondclast.matter* -,'-' -.%•' JPttitehed eyerjr Saturday by, the ^..0, J ? I K K B y . E d i t o r SUBSCRIPTION PRIOB. 41.50 PBR YBAR. SSiEoFBAY, WIS., AUGUST 8. Vor 1'resldcnt— WMXIAM JENNINGS BKVAN, of Nebraska. Vor Vice-President— AKTHitIK SKWAI.L, of Maine. EDiTORIflL. ONLY three democratic (?) papers in Wisconsin Of any •importance that have not declared in favor of the' regular nominees, Bryan & Scwall. $90,000,000 rivers and harbors appro- priation, and how much did our \"horue\" congressman get for our canal? Advo- cate, please inform the public. T U E MeKiuiey bill was entitled \"a fail! to reduce the •revenues,\" and it did reduce them $120,000,000. Now the re- publican cry is McKinleyism and in-and creased revenues by the re-enaction of the MeKinloy bill.\" A farce, and a falsehood on -the face of it. TInsMUtt, of leading republican papers in the north, south, east, and west, are .supporting \"Bryan & Sewall and honest money. In the estimati...

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 — 8 August 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, Si$T»GEON BAY, m % i ^tJOtJST 8, 1800. Washington, Aug. 6rdv 1896.—Bryaa's : \"Chances1 for'election are daily growing brighter, according to all the informa- tion which reaches Washington. He is losing no friends and the gold demo- crats are constantly dropping back into line \"with more or less grace, and. not- withstanding the positive announce- \"ihent that a gold democratic con veution as to be held at Chicago about the tirsfr of Sept. to nominate another Presiden- tial ticket, there are few democrats hereabouts who believe that 'anything done iit that convention will neither jeopardize Bryan's election or play any Important part in the campaign. The •democratic managers figure that as soon ias the campaign gets fairly started, it will be plain to everybody that it must bo either Bryan or McKinley and that fully 95 per cent, of the democrats will vote for Bryan, and that for every one •of the 5 per cent, who will vote for Mc- Kinley or a gold democrat, or...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 August 1896

i * 3 W $ ^ ^ 1 Did He Spurn National :' -' ':^ V :-yHonor?\\V:::^ WAS HE A BMTHEKSKITE ? Let Republicans Who Cherish His Memory Answer. AFTER READING HIS SPEECH. For He Believed In Free Silver and Said That the Single Standard Would Have a Buinous Effect on All Except Those Whoso Investments Yield a Fixed Re- tarn In Money, Hud the Goldbugs Now Call This Anarchy and a Whole Io of Other Hard Names. v [Prom the Ntw York Tribune, Fob. 8, 1878.] WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.—The morning hour having expired iit tho senate to- day, the silver bill came up for discus- sion, and Mr. Blaine (Rep., Maino) spoke as follows: llio discussion on tho question of re- monetizing silver, Mr. President, has been prolonged, able and exhaustive, and I may not expect to add much to ire value, but I promise not to add much to its length. 1 shall endeavor to consider facta rather than theories, to state conditions rather than arguments. I believe gold and silver coin to be the money of the constitution—indeed, the ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 August 1896

fe?^ CO*ft*?y PE3aOGRATvS!CTJK6EOy BAY, WlSi* AUGUsi 8* i«9«i ':•:. 4^ f ^x?.-?/ -- : v :5T*CT^ ?•? i.-.:,*. : - ••.••,. • JaO. graeefol tact, th«t to no fool denies A wufti to tame the wild and cheat the wise, ^ » o n t lying r ^ ^ the pain of lies! 5T»t courteous ever kills without a blow, And with a yea contrives to act a no, And can compresa a Volttme into \"Oht\". That wins by losing and by serving reigns, Jfcr silence argues, and by giving gains That throws its stones, yet eaves its window .. .panes •••.'•• That looks'like porcelain when^'tis made of •• ••, delft, And, pilfering by its very storm of pelf. Tricks all the world—yes, even tricks itself. —Detroit Free Press. AN-ARMIGIEL. As she entered the room at the gen- eral's soirees, smiling, fresh, her lovely shoulders bare, a murmur of admiration went tip from the groups of officers crowded into the doorwaya She was followed by her mother, a little over- dressed, as is usual with women who have always lived in the prov...

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

Jfifiii DOOK COBSTlf D ^ O C R A ^ S i ^ }VV'- '*'. DENTIST.'•. '-•:'.• Booms over flabn s Furniture Store, STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. o» •TVK. E . K . MOKH1S, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over Relehel's Drue Store. Residence Connected by telephone. HOTEL TREMONr, HKItMA K & JOHNSON, Prop*. Tfci« hotel has been newly rcftjrniahed and refitted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations (or the travclinK public. Hot and cold water baths. Flrnt-ehtHsi sample rooms. Free 'feus to and from all bouts and trains. Rates §1.00 and J1.80 txtf day. STURGKON BAY, WIS. BAY SHORE HOTEL, A. ,T. PErXNER, rro|». First Class accommodation* for man and beast. A Kood sample room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS: ' FIRST 'NATIONAL HOTEL, JOHN I5EROERSON, Prop. A weit-ordored boune. Recently enlarged «cd newly listed. Good barns. Special attention eivon to the wants of farmers mid their teanw. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STURGEON ItA...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 August 1896

gg|Hg|g| VOE . 4 , STURGEON BAY, WJSvSAlJgjPftD^ L O G f t L . #*SfK S|psggs^y .The advance shipment of our Fall Orders has been received within the week. They jWcre bought direct from manufacturers in Massachusetts enabling us to save to our 'i customers the jobbers or middle ^profit. ' - . • • man'gv ^ M ^ ^ i ^ ' t « ^ : ' P r e n ( ! h X o e . . . $ 1 . 2 5 jiletfs JSuff Congress, French toe $ 1 . 2 5 Men's Buff Lace, latest pointed toe.i. $ 1 . 2 5 Look these bargains over and yon will find them cheap at $1.50. Men's Fine Kangaroo Calf, lat- est pointed toe $ 2 . 0 0 Men's Fine Satin Calf, latest pointed toe $ 2 . 0 0 Men's Fine Satin Calf, French Toe. .... . $ 2 . 0 0 Men's Fine Satin Calf, new toe. . $ 2 . 0 0 Men's Fine Colt Skin, pointed t o e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , $ 2 . 7 5 Boy's Buff Lace, 3 to 5 . ^ . . . . $ 1 . 1 5 Youth's Buff Lace, 18 to 2 , . . . . . $ 1 . 0 0 Iiadies'Slioeil All Solid, Dongola RidV'M^r t Toe . . $ 1 . 2 5 Dongola Kid Pa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 August 1896

iilLflTii son. Under tlsls agreement the DemoliBiiLwiii - crats were to name the candidate for gov- ernor, the Populists' the candidate for lieutenant governor, the free silver meu have the neat choice, an the prohibition' _. -•-•• j _, ii u t * L i nav e tn e nea t cnoice,and a th e jpromoition - Bryan arid Sewall Hear Of Their' j tstis-will be given the member of the state Norrtination. ' board of educatione . It is proposed when Nomination . BIG MEETING IS SEW YORK CITF. the Democratic stat convention assembles In Bay City Aug. 25, to give each of the other parties an equal vote in that con- vention. •'• • •: .-•.. ' • DEMOCHATJC SILVER CO.WSUTTEE. -86t.b^ BUReLA6^ t&. ipAUGHt Holds Probably It» tast Meeting Dnring the Cainpaig-n. NEW YORK, Aug. 13— The national Democratic silver committee held another meeting in parlor D 14 of the Fifth avenue hotel Wednesday. The committee was in session a little more than an hour. The copy of the platform aH prepared by the ulYiciiil sten...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 August 1896

* O O K , M r a $ ^ SOME OiP MY COUNTRY KIN. Het ore some of my country kla Come.to visit me.) Walk right in. I know yon hav*journeyed many a mile- Take off your bonnets and rest awhile. •(What fanny old fashioned bonnets they are. Jftut I wouldn't tell them so for a star!) How lovely you look and how sweet you smell! What have you coiue to ask or to tell? Indeed!-' Thafsnews. (I must make a note Of all they say for some poet to juoto. •\"The young Lord April and Lady Huy Met in the voods and kissed toduy. '\"A mocking bird heard tho kiss and made A song just like it, so it is said. And listening to that telltale bird iThe sap in the oldest tree was stirred. \"\"The naked boughs into green leaves slipped The longing buds unto flowers tripped The little hills smiled as if they were glad: The little rills ran as if they were mad. •\"There was green on tho earth and blue in tho sky. The chrysalis changed to a 'butterfly, And our lovers, the honey bees, all a-hum, To hunt for our hearts...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 August 1896

• : D O O K : c o i O T Y D j i ^ DOOR COUNTY MMOGRflt i'Eniered. at the Post Office at. Murffedn Say as sedonii'. claes matter.'.-•.' PuHshed every Sftturdayby the J . J . WNNJ3Y PRINTING CO. J, J. t - I N N E Y , E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUGUST 15. %'orPre*Ulent-~ wittiAs i .jEXjaNfJs KUVAN,. K /-.- -/ /- .•' •'\"'• of Jfcbrashn. • /For/yice-I'resWent— -\"''Sy-V/.AKTtlUR SKWALL, of Maine. nually.. These are the facts as shown by the very highest authority, authority adopted a net relied on by the treasury department of the United States, and they show that the production of gold, as compared to that/of silver, has been 21 times as great during the Jast 55years the preceding .800 ,THE.Marinette,'4r^w*i:..in:.aTe^' :4bIe editorial, deplores the use of abtisJ^e terms towards the enemies of free/sil- ver,, and advises that advocates of free silver be gentle with their enemies. The advise is good and sound, and cer- tainly applicable to the ...

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 — 15 August 1896

S £ £ H i ^ 15/18^^/^^ft^ : --ft • . ^.\\''V:-^ay View^-' .-'Mrs. Henry Wehzel has returned from T* visit with relatives at Manitowoc, A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. L.\" JBranning Ji\\, Wednesday afternoon. , Rev. J. F. Komoser will attend the annnal conference of the German M. E. society. The steambarge Liberty took on a cargo of ties at \\Y ashburn'sdock to-dav Friday. ' . t w o small cargoes of stone were shippedf rom the old Minor quarry last Tuesday. The steam barge Arcadia took on a cargo of stone at the Hagen quarries on Tuesday. Miss Ida Killoran, of Menominee, is a guest at the residence of Patsey Hennessey. Misses Minnie and Menetta Deckmau, of Green Bay, are guests of Mrs. John 5oettleman Miss Cora Foate, who has been at Chicago for several years, is visiting her parents here. The Norwegian Lutheran church so- ciety held a social at the residence of Jens Hendricks last Satm-day evening. A large number of our young people attended the Moravian S.\"S. picnic and excursio...

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 — 15 August 1896

M 'to$i&ii^ Wmmmm $20,000,000 on Tap Elect McKinley. to IJBERALITYtWPAKALLELED Money Supplied to an Extent Before Unknown. All Forms of Monopoly Contribute to the Fond—River and Harbor King: Sub- scribe to tbe Republican Campaign* Usual Donation to Democrats With- held — Rockefeller Gives a Political \"Object. lesson\" to the Lake Superior Miners. Wall street baa gono deep into its purse and has supplied tho Hanna syn- dicate with money to an extent never before known in a political campaign, and tho stream half only begun to flow, says tho Now York Journal. Some time previous to. tho appearance of Mr. Hanna in the metropolis a mem- ber of tho sound money committee of '''the'chamber of commerce stated that $2,000,000 would be subscribed by Wall street men. The amount already pledged is far in excess of this sum. By tenants of the Mills building alone $1,000,000 . was subscribed. Among those in this building who ore said to have given lib- (•rally are D. O. Mills, C. P. Hunting- ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 August 1896

ikOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUKQEOy BAY, WIS., AUGUST 15, 1806. BRYAN IS ALL EIGHTH! THE QUESTION OF INTEREST HIS CHARACTER AS DELINEATED BY AN EXPERT PHYSIOGNOMIST. It Is Just This Kind of Man W e tTant For President—Instinctively Moral, Vir. tnone, Practical, Courageous, Unselfish, Firm, Independent and a Born Leader. Some time since the N e w York Her- ald, which i s a n ardent supporter of the goldbug ticket, secured the services of Mr. Charles Todd Parks, the expert physiognomist, t o give a delineation of the character of McKinley. With com- mendable fairness, The Herald now se- cures a similar reading from Mr. Parks of Bryan. This is what this character reader thinks of the young man from Nebraska: \"Bryan's organization is essentially altruistic, artistic, athletic and showy. H e is a born orator, a born actor and a born leader. H e i s emotional and im - pulsive, and, above ai l and over all, hoI is intense. \"If Mr. Bryan's nature did not run in precisely the lines that i t doe...

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 — 15 August 1896

DOQ^S e O B N T * IEMOC^A^ ^feKGEO N 'BAY, Wi&, AlJGIJ6T i5 f ^ISI*©.': BUStNEGS CARDS. •\" '/• : jrjr A. EGAV. •'•'.• • \" . D E N T I S T , Rooms over Harms Furniture Store, STL-KGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. T ) « . E. « • MOKKIfc, . . P H Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N , STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over Rciclwl's Drug Store. Residence Connected \\y telephone. '-.'•\"•.• Awarded-' ' Highest Horiore—World's Fair, HOTEL TISKMOXT, HErLMAN & JOHNSON, Props. Thin 'note! has been newly refurnishtd and reflttod throughout, and offers the wry best of accommodations lor the traveling public. Hot atnl cold water baths. First-class MtmiI rooms. Free 'OHM to ami from all boats and trains. Rates 8UJ0 and H.M! per day. STURGEON HAY, WIS. B AV&HOUE HOTEL, First Clasx su-coimaodatfcnH for man and beast. A good eivmplc room connected, with this House. Katea reasonable. . SAWYER, POOR CO.. WIS. IKST NATIONAL HOTEL, JOH N HEJtOEItSON, l'rop. A well-ordered uoiwe. Recently enlarged »nd newly...

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 — 22 August 1896

G. GREISEN. AAORB SHOES. 1 9 2 PAI R received this week. Here is wli|j*|| you get nice, new, clean goods. No congloraetati§a| of old stock which is dear at any price. THs '3sfe .some of what we got: -/:/?- f fP§ Men's Creole Congress, Oil Grain, standard screw shoe, all solid, never sold »,. *\\g\\ for less than 81.25, now SJp 1 » U U Men's Buckle, Oil Grain shoe, very heavy inner and outer sole, has been considered clieap at $1.50, n o w . . . . . . . . . . . Ladies' Kangaroo Calf Pointed Toe button shoe, extra strong but light and pliable as kid... Ladies Dongola Kid Botton Shoe, 20th century style... Ladies Dongola Kid Lace Patent Leather trimmed and foxed counters....... Ladies Dongola Kid, Lace Patent Leather trimmed, very stylish s h o e — . Misses1 Kangaroo Calf, Calf Tip, spring heel, an ex- cellent school shoe....... . Misses' Dongola Kid, Lace Patent Leather trimmed, 20th century style Children's sizes, Si to 11, same style . ,$1.25 $1.65 $1.65 ,$1.50 $2.00 .$1.25 $1.2...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 August 1896

m DOOR COCNTY DEMOCRAT, STCKGEON BAY. WIS., AUGUST 22, 1806. 6orne to the Tomb/ by TDist! ri* v.:/' guished Persona, v\\ 'r^r^ IXOBAL TRIBUTES FROM ROYALTY. Hilary A. Herbert, Secretary at the United .-.:. State* \"Sr»Ty,: 'Pn?acnt at the Servle'e«-~, Arctic. JSkplorer Tfansen's Ship TraW, WWcti H r l«tt Iinbertilcd In the Ice, Reaches Port Safely—Memorial Services for Baron Von Zedwitx. LOSOON, Aug. £0.—The funeral of\". Sir John Millals, the lata president of the Royal academy, who died Aug. 13, took place Thursday at St. Paul's cathedral, The route from tho rosidenco of the de- ceased to Burlington house and from there • to St. Paul's cathedral was lined by ira- OB 40HH UlliAlB. - mouse crowds of jtcople. The pallbearers were Lord Bosebery, tho Marquis of Gran- ny, Lord Wolfieley, Sir Henry Irving, Kir George Held, president of the Royal Scot fish Academy of Painting, etc., Lord Car- lllo, William Holmnff Hunt and Phillip HcTUiogeuos Caldoron. • Beautiful Floral Tribute*. The...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 August 1896

IOQ» D^OGItAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUGUST 22. 1896. THE REAPER CLAIMS ANOTHER FA. MOUS WOMAN Who Hog Made Her Mark on the Times tc Which She Lived—The Literary Exec- ntrbc of James 6 . Blaine, Her Work on His Biography Is Believed to Have Has tened the Bad. V HAsiiLTON, Masss, Aug : 18—Miss Abi- gail Dodgo (Gail Hamilton), the famous authoress, died last night at her beautiful home from the effects of a paralytic shock\\ Miss Dodge was stricken while at break- fast Sunday and immediately became un- conscious. Medical aid was at once sum- moned and-Miss Dodge removed to her bed, but while every possible means were adopted to restore her she never regained consciousness. Miss Augusta Dodgo and other relatives e r e at the bedside when the end came. Too much work in mailing her last book. \"The Valley of Death,\" dur- ing the hot weather broke her strength. Since the illness which came oh so sud- denly in the Blaine mansion in Washing- ton Miss Dodge had lived very quietly at her old ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 August 1896

y P ^ ^ ^ ^ j j p J ^ t:v^lEM»UiA^'ev^ Sa ^ 0V,J . ^ I K 2 i E V . :Bditoir. ' SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. *1.S0 P'BH YBAfll. • Fo r l*re*ld«MiWv V •./'• ••':. •:'••'••: \" /• ' . \\ WIt£iAai JE:SNXX^ • / / / / o f Jfcbrafika., / -jpor Vlce-I'resldcnt— :- 'i A B T H I J B SEWAl.t, o f Maine. \" • SmCE flerr Most the/fanions anar- chist, has joined tfee single gold stnnd- urd forccB, along with Messrs.- JJragg, Usher, Vilas, and some others, the re- publicansseem to feel quite encouraged. T U B New York .\".#«» JiaS made the wonderful .'.'discovery that Bryan's New York address Was made to get votes. Well, what docs anybody suppose it was made for? But that /is : hot. the •'-difficulty ' the trouble is that it will gel thero..7.-. , ^ ^ _ ^ _ , _ _ _ : Boss HANNA couldn't have been around when Sherman orated atColum- bus, O.. last week.Ilami a s/iys fhe republican campaign would be hased solely upon the tariff issue, but Senator Sherman, in opening the republican campaign in Ohio forgot...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 August 1896

.^OOWCJOlJNTir ^^ WISw, AUGUST 23* 181*6. /':'•• :::.::-y'r-:' -yJSAIiONA.' ','.'/'\" Miss, Nettie Spalshury returned Wed- niesaay from a trip to Mackinac. Miss Tettie Machia of vour citv, is visiting at the home of Miss Jeanette '• • Hoslett. Mrs. iL. Robinson, of Milwaukee, ac- companied by her daughter Mabel, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Ruth Spals- bury. :-'':X./:.•'•'.•-:'-- ' ' Captain S. Freiheit held meeting in the hall Sunday evening. Elder Miller of Fond du Lac county preached there Tuesday night. H. A. Larson of Green Bay spent a few days here last week looking over the interests of the I, Q, G, T, here and at Clay Banks. Madoche ..& McDermott have recent- ly built an addition to their store. They now have a very commodious aud pleas- ant business room. The young people of this place are preparing for an elocutionary contest to take place in the near future. The prize is a silver medal. - The auction sale at the Nys farm last Monday turned out well. Good prices were...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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