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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 September 1896

m DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUKGJEQ3J BAY, WIS., SEPT. 12, 1896. lilliliiii '0:'-[:'-: 'i ,-.neapplis Churofn • / P^OSECCTTflMfS WIJLL BE STOPPED, The BogtU \"Mewilali\" Takes a» HI* Wife air*. Mary Ann Tcttlc, and at the Same Time Albert Tcft is Married to Aniari Schwetntnrth nnd Will Uelrfon to Bor- •ha Olson—Tho Wedding Ceremony Dlo-. tatcd by Sobwcittfnrth. • Minneapolis, Sept. 10.—The marriage of George J. Schwejnf urth, famed as the bogus Slessiah, will undoubtedly cause a sensation In Minneapolis re- ligious circles, as It occurred Wednes- day evening In one of the largest and wealthiest churches in the city. It was supposed that the triple wedding was to take place at the Whitney residence, and the fact that it was to be held in the Church of the Redeemer, a Univer- salis! church, which has among its members such men as Thomas Lowry and .ox-United States Senator W. £ Washburn, was kept a profound se- cret. .. '•' The regular pastor of the church, the Rev. Marion D. Shutter, a...

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 — 12 September 1896

-itoW|f:cOUJTO.©IfW f§ifEMpB BEAD. IfJie Result of a Terrible Acci- y-i&'2'&^: dent at .a Fire. -\"' : OPEBA HOUSE AT BENTON HARBOE Breaks Into Flames That Plays Havoc with /the Firemen, Five o f Whom Are In- stantly Killed and Six Given bat an Hoar of Life After Their Rescue—Fall lag Wall Does the Mischief. Catching the Men in the Alley—List of the Dead. Detroit, Sept. 7.—A special t o th e Free Press from Benton Harbor, Mich., says: Th e most horrible holocaust, with great loss of life, that ha s ever oc- curred in this part of the state occurred Saturday night a t midnight, -when Yore's Opera house took fire, and in the fight to save the building and other blocks adjoining eleven firemen, one a volunteer, me t their fate a t one fell swoop, the death being instantaneous •with five of them si x lived only a few hours In awful agony, while several others got severe bruises and burns. During the evening the play \"A Fac - tory Girl\" had been given b y local tal LETTER CAR...

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 — 12 September 1896

'§l^liS^P^^^W^^^&^^^^^^^^^^^^^ • J, ^. : .E'tSiKJ3Y . . E d i t o r . s SUBSCRIPTION PBIOB^iliSO PBft Y6AH. V:-:J?or l^re«!«lewt~ WlfctlA M JKJfKIS«S liBYAN, -: . • . of Nohro*kn. ' ••. For Vlce-l*rcgi(lenit~ • :/^^ : ^A«TB^R'Sl5WALl-. o^^la^llc,• , Is THE 53 cent silver dollar of to-day \"sonnil nioueyf'. We defy any man to provu that it is. , Eukoi'E alone buys of America 880,- 000,000 a year of aHver, If silver were reiiioiietized ami this silver coined and kept at iiame how long would the price of silver rontain •depreciated in foreign jouatries EX-P«KSI»BNT HAK.KI80N 1H» now dis- canting upon the evil» of free silver. He forgets to explain, however, why he •accepted the .nomination twice upon bi- inetallc platforms, and signed the Sher- man silver bill. Both gold and silver must be used as money, because of all metals nature: has endowed .these two with the quali- ties and ••'.restrictions fitting them for money.\"' Then why should gold have free and unlimited mint...

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 — 12 September 1896

: i ^ R ^ i ^ ^ 12, is96 . (K THE tJGUNTY the Mathew Foss is i-ejoiciug' brer •arrival of a baby girl at bis Some. Miss Sarauelsdu's school at Washing- ton Harbor began Mbuday, quite a nuniber of scholars being present. Mr. and Mrs. Koin are expected to return the latter part of this wceki hav- ing left last Friday for Sturgeon Bay. A large number of people from out- side spent the past summer on Wash- ington Island. A very sensible thing t O d O . r' •: ' '-:•'• - - ' \". Mr. Thoinas Johnson and bride have just returned from their wedding tour to Milwaukee, accompanied by theprominent bx'ide's brother, Newall Cornell.••* The fruit season is about over, aud we cannot complain this year, as we have had a bountiful harvest in nearly all kinds of fruit, especially apples. The Baptist church which was cotn- nienced about two months ago, isnearly finished, the first meeting being held there last Sunday afternoon, Rev. Clark •officiating. There will also be services there next Sunday afte...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 September 1896

&• & D O O R C O U X T Y D E M O C R A T , S T (JK G E O N B A Y , WIS. , S E P T . 1 2 , 1 8 9 6 . Judges Not Artiiters of Coiisti- tutiorial Questions* PEOPIiE THE ULTIMATE POWBB, A GOfcDBW^ REPt*. The Single Tribunal Idea Is a Very Dan- gerous , Doctrine and One Which Would Place TJs Under the Despotism of an Oli- garchy—Judges Are as Honest as Other :' •': Men and Not More So. If there is one plank in the Chicago platform which the Republican news- papers of the country have more fre- quently jnisoonstrued than another, and against which much of their venomous criticism has been directed, it is the one which relateB to federal interference in local affairs, or more especially to what is termed in the platform as \"govern* ment by injunction.\" . Nofiooner had the platform received the adoption of the Chicago convention than the cry was raised by Republican newspapers in all parts of tho country that tho plank in question was a delib- erate fling at the supreme court. It ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 September 1896

BOOB coymur DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT. 12, isoe. A ROYAL pRQgRESS. Whenspting/MkeRalelsh. flnng his cloak Pot her email foot's Jig^t treading. The etripllngjarchts fresh bttd3broSe, And pennon leaves 'Ban spreading. The vaKal sua hla glory shedding, In cloth of gold drest humblest foils When spring, likoBaleigh, nun? hiseloak For her small foot's light treading. The loyal birds shrill homage woke, And daisies,humblefieldflowrersheading, Cnrtaied and bobbed beneath an wfk Dccted out as for a royal wedding When spring,, like Baleigh, flung his cloak For her small foot's light treading. I*. Hereward In New Bohemian Monthly. A M M FEOM OHIO. Mr. LoDgley'8 mistake, the mistake of bis life, grew oat of WB first mistake, which was in ever coming to California. He was agent for the Pacific Steamship company prior to his occupying a simi- lar position in a great lakes company. He had never 6een the ocean until he came to Monterey, Bat he didn't think much of it—not after the lakes. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 September 1896

i^ijj^^ BUSINESS CARDS. ':^-:A.EGAif, : ^n -:'' '.-/:^ • Eoonisoyer Hate* FomHnreStore, r:: ' STOKGEON BAY. ^WISCONSIN/ . T j B. E. K. MORRIS, P H Y S I C I A J f \" - A | f O . S U R G E O N . v ' STURGECW BAY, W I S . \" ' . . Office over RotchcVs Drug Store. Residence Connected by telephone HOTEL TKEMONT, ttEHUMAN * JOHNSON, Props. 'Tl^lhotcl Jiiiis oe«ri newly refiirntHhcd and teilttcd throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public Hot and cold water hatha. First-elitss sample rooms. Free 'has to and from ail fcoatsand trains. Bates *l.00 and fl.MJ per day. ST0BGEON BAY, WIS. fA »HOKK HOTEL, .•**\". \"'•../'• A. .*.. FELLNER, Prop. Wflrt Class accommodations for man and fceast. A good sample rootn connecttd with this House,.Kates reasonable. , SAWYER. DOORCO.. WIS. .'\"•• TDHIWT NATIONAL HOTEL, :•*• .roiix RERGKRSOX, prop. .A -wen-ordered house. Recently enlarged And: newly fitted.' Good barns. Special attention {dven to the wants ol farmers an...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 September 1896

iiiiiii Â¥0ti.4. -*-• STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1896, T^'.''..'..''.'. ., • . :'y:yj \\ :«.::•:' :'\" : : i'^r'-B^^^JiilpK|jpgtts ^Ko^asi . VJIALJ LootBefore you Leap\" ''$$':•••::• '•'• '•'. .....IS-AN OLD SAYING....... ' jpqokatour Stock and Prices before purcbasinj* eliev^ere y i^orir say During the past week many close bwyersi]^y^ : ctMoae to the conclusion that oursis thepl^c*|SQ ' ^£$$r\" ifstll shopping. -•::--:::-':-^ $45^WlM$M Men's Underwear. Heavy Double Front 40 per cent, wool Heavy Single Front Fleece Lined...... ............ . •.-Heavy Double Front Fleece Lined................ '.» Heavy Ribbed f Wool...... 65 Ladies' Undewear, 15c Jersey Ribbed Long Sleeve Vests, fall weight......... Jersey Ribbed Long Sleeve heavy. iy*. Jersey Ribbed Long Sleeve extra finish...........v..-v. Jersey Ribbed Long Sleeve {: Union Suits,.......... ~ v.. Jersey Ribbed Long Sleeve Union Suits.,. ..... •••'•• Jersey Ribbed Woolen Vests or Drawers,................. 20c 65c Bla...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 September 1896

» 0 O K edtJNTX B i ^ o e i s ^ Ooings of th^ Stz^s Convention TOE CHICAGO P t A T F O RH INIIOKSLI)y Koininationy of ISrynn and Sewnll AUo Cordially Approved--»eiriocratl© Club* to Sleet in N'ntlonot Convention at St. JUui Oct. 3—William F. Shcehuu Re- »!gns from the Democratic National Committee—I'olitlcal Xewii or Interest. Buffalo, Sept. 17.—Delay tri perfecting \"Its work by the platform committee wa s the reason assigned for the lapse of a h hour after the time set for the reassembling of the Democratic state convention before that body wa s called t o order Thursday. Business then pro- JOHN BOYI) TttACHER. ceeded. with expedition. The report of th e committee on credentials having been adopted, the committee on per- manent organization reported, naming ex-Congressman Hosea H. Rockwell of Chemung for permanent chairman. The report was accepted without dis- uent. Mr. Rockwell wo«-greeted with much applause as he s p e a r e d upon the platform. He wus introduced by Tempora...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 September 1896

isucm COUNTY DOIOCI^VT, sruKGixy^A^iutis.^«^^Ji^'Â¥^V} *0. •• THE MAIMELECTIONv REPUBLICANS WIN IN THE PINE TREE STATE. latest Figures Indicate That It Will Bo 00,000—Good Weather for Voting Closes a Campaign That Was Most Vigorously Prosecuted—The Ticket That Won. Portland, Me., Sept. 13.—Votes of a?5 towns give Powers, 63,581 Frank, 25,311 Clifford, Sil scattering, 2,544. Powers's plurality, 28,823. A t this rate the plurality for Powers will reach 50,000, so it is esti- mated at this writing. In nil of the con- gressional districts the Republicans are elected by largely Increased niajoritios.' Augusta, Me., Sept. 15.—\"Maine went —— for Governor Kent,\" was the cry many years ago in this state. Well, Maine has done it again, this time for Governor Powers. Secretary Beane, of the Democratic state committee, con- cedes the election of the Republican ticket by over 40,000 majority. To the Associated Press he said: \"I an satis- fled Powers' majority will be over 40,- €00. It is muc...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 September 1896

:]jiictf^ £nterelat .ihejtyil. QjfLce M Sturgeon jpay » ^MWiid dati,matter.: V •\"•'•''.'•:'•• ':•\".\". FttHnhed every Saturdrtjf by 'the•' .•: J, J. P I K H E y , E d i t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PBB YEAH. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT. 19, For I'reafelent— WILfclAM JENNINGS KttYAN, of Nebraska. For Vlue-Proaldent— AUTHUit HEWAtX, of Maine. T « E K E was a good deal of Bragg about the Indianapolis convention, nevertheless. T U B former has many pests to contend with, says Bryan, but the? gold bug is about the worst. IT is rumored in local republican ring circles that Jaeksonport will have a representation on the republican county ticket to be nominated to-day. A «ooi» many of the Indianapolis del- egates carried golden rod. The Amer- ican people have felt the scourging of tbo golden rod about as long as they are going to. THK goldocrals have attempted to con- fiscate everything else, and now even try to carry off the name of the old 'Democratic party. They couldn't carry of...

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 — 19 September 1896

•#QOR :CotiNTir i ^ BAY, ms , ssarr I», istoeK IN THE, GOUlSTY. JACKSONPOKt. Geo. Feuerstetet passed through here Wednesday. The Republican Club held their regu- lar meeting on Thursday. Carl Hendricks * of Baileys Harbor, passed through here Monday. The schooner Pride loaded-with wood at Reynold's dock, Thursday. The banking grounds are getting pretty well cleared of wood now. The steamer Llidintjton on her usual rounds, stopped iu here Wednesday. Mrs. John Collius andjdaughter Miss Maggie Collins, passed through here Thursday. Frank Lemere has returned from Minneapolis, Minn., where he has been visiting Mends and relatives. It has been raining a good deal of late, much to the farmers satisfaction. It is what they have wanted for some time. Boat riding has about ended for this season, to the dissatisfaction of our young people, as it is one of their chief pleasures. Quite good catches of fish are being made by our fishermen, but prices as vet, are very low. At present, the catch i...

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 — 19 September 1896

Mi D O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T D K G E O N B A V , W I S . . S E P T . 1 » , 1 8 9 0 . wmm WMmt $0,666 of Them Will Vote Fot* Free Silver, STATE STJB E FO E BKYAE Defection Shown by a Republican Canvass of the State. SUDDEN CHANGE OP SENTBIENT. Besolt of a Circular Given t o the Em- ployee* of th e Burlington, Cedar Rap- ids and Northern Railway — Farmers* Eyes Aro Opened to the Bangers of the Single Gold Sfcuulard—Bepublioan State Committee Aamlts the Situation. The Ne w JTerkWorld, a strong gold adherent, ha s sent tra correspondent, James Creelman, t o the doubtful etatea for the purpose o f ascertaining the po- litical trend. Mr. Creelman is expected to give tho facts HS h e finds thom, but of course ho is not expected t o neglect anything that can give encouragement to-tho. gold cause. This is what ho finds in tbo state of Iowa, however: . I t ma y startle peoplo i n tho east t o know that a s Iowa stands today tho vote ia about a tie. Tho extraordinary strength ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 September 1896

DOOtt COUNlfr? » E M O C R ^ W ^ t J i ^ E O X BAY, WIS., SEPT. 19, 189 6 Bftr without overt breach, we fall apart. Tacitly sunder, neither you nor I.. OonsciouB of one intelligible why, And both, trotu severance, winning equal smarts So, with resigned and acquiescent heart,' Whene'er your name on some chance lip may lie . •. I seem to see an alien shade pass bv, A spirit wherein I hove no lot or part. Thus may a captive in some fortress grira Prom casual speech betwixt his warders learn That June and^her triumphal progress goes Through arched and bannered woodlands, . while for him Bhe is a legend emptied of concern, And idle Is the rumor of the rose. —•William Watson. A LOVER'S JEALOUSY. tne face, sM «Jtpostiie, hefcaow,/meant prompt dismissal from Mr. Vyse's serv- ice, la this dilemma he stole the cash- box, and it was only when gloating over its contents that the idea of saddling Antand with the theft occurred to him. Irresolute in this, as in everything else, he wavered some ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 September 1896

•W^R^O^N^ ^ '•y-A.KGAN,:'.V-.', -':. \\.• .'\"'••'.' :: v-: ::iJEaiTi8T.. Robins over H&ims Furniture Store, STORGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. TVR. E. K. 5IORHIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEOK. STU RGEON DAY, WIS. Office over Relehel's Drug Store. Residence Connected t telephone. TTOTJii. TttKMOXT, . •\"•\"*••• HEILMAN \"* .JOHNSON, Prop*. This hotel has been newly refuroinlie and refitted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodation* lor the traveling public. Hot »nd cold water hatha. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats and tratnn. Rates U.X) unci tl.ftO per day. STURGEON* KAY, WIS. Highest Honors—World's Fair, fA »»OKK HOTEL, * * A. J. FEM,NEK, Prop. First C)as« accommodations forroanandA beast. A. good etimple room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. FIKST NATIONAL HOTEI,, JOHN UKKUKKSON, Prop. A well-ordered hoiwe. Recently enlarged •cd newly fitted. Goodharns. Special attentlo'n given to the wants of farmers and their teams....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 September 1896

S^$(^0^ B^ ©certred to ydii what a • difference there is in wool? As each fleece contains from six to eight qualities, it can easily be seen how there can be many qual- ities of so called \"ALL WQOt\" Underwear. The Staley Under- wear and Overshirts are made of A G S l V V L l ^ l o n S fibre wool and consequently fiMitORt §OUTH BEND—J N& wear longer. Underwear at:. . ^ . . : ^ . Underwear made of Finest Australian Wool, $2.00. Overshirts at,. 9 0 e , $ 3 U 2 5 , • $ t , ^ : : * i ^ ^ 4 # i I S : We bought all a wholesaler had left of our regular 90c all ^Ojpl 0'^^^\\^.&X:J3hder\\vear at a price which enables us to d No ej$ftOfi^^ to let this (ihance slip by. t»On't :: ':•i£--i.:.:#wM^ ^%:dOTen\":won't last long when people find out S 1 J Grand Display ol.*,.,. and Oufe^lQarmerits i We have-arranged with: ittftr^alU'Field. & ^ to have a great Opening Sale of Coats, Jaclteta, ^ If!® GapeSr&e, &c, .'•'.:.'\"'' '\"'••'•&'^l$fiSj FRIDAY:A N D ' S I T U R D ^...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 September 1896

w^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ WBBaBSm ?&Btiti$ffi$$&i ^031 W0fl«WS. .':• - ^^^niie]lveii^ fJeioes •-. tot/-Savlttg^Seyerai ,%-Myejih^Bby*X Were -9ie^lne^^h^o\" :trie \\v/''irifr»-^^ '/^'.Me^ico^M^ militat^yacademy^ situated about one mile southwestof this city, was burned to tli*? grpiiWd at an early hour Thurs^ ij^iy niorhine, causing a losaHOf $75,000 ,'. 4n. the building and (a heavy Vlpfj :ih jMsrsonai efteipti), Insurance 137,000. Owe hundred students were In the gliding when the fire broke out, anj while no HyeS were.lost, many 6t them ha^ narrow escapes and received in* juries more or ie«B serious. Thie flames broke out in the east wing1 at the^^ build- ing, which is a. ButoatantJal three-istory structure of storie and brick, and from the niaiure of the origin of the fire, i t is thought to have been the work of an Incendiary. • Saved Several Uvea, Cadet Clopton, son of the United States district attorney of St, Louis,, and Cadet W W, Austin of Carrollton, Mo., pr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 September 1896

i^WsS $ K j j ^ ^ ^ wis .:SE:rt.::2©,: tfim. ' • & ResMlts irv the be^th of Five Men So Far as KnownV HALF% iiOZm OTHERS WOTOJIED, •..A»tf ••Â».'••. Possibility of More Dead Being -'^-v'-fottnd M'^o:-B^aIt of:ib9'Att»cl( on the Emmctt, Where It Is Said the Moo Was • ..• KcpnUcd With Great Slaughter—Frop- ^erty,I«H-£eM Than 830,000—town Now Full of Troops. •• .•'-'•: L^acIvHle, Oolo., Sept, 22.—Five dead, topdieg lying at the morgue, and halt a dozen bounded, with damage to property, to the amount of S25.000, are the Visible effects o f Sunday night's lawlessness. It is believed that when all is: known the list of dead and in- jured will considerably exceed' these figures. Everything is quiet now, the *atnp being practically under military rule. The fifth nam e was added to the' deat b list at 6 o'clock las t evening by the discovery of the body of Michael Daugherty on the ground near the E m - mett mine, where he fell in the attack of the rioters upon the Emmett while flush...

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 — 26 September 1896

» 0 ^ K H W ^ » E M ^ ^ . jr 3, jPlNiN 13VV EUtitor. SUBSCRIPTION PBICB. 41.50 PSH VBAB. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SSpt. -26. For President— WJttLIAM dUSNNINOS HItyAN, ot Nebraska. foe A'lce-PresWent— '.A'lfTlIUK HrAVAhlj, ot Maine. fiiiillATE TiGKE L : Governor— •:' w. xvsit,vKiiTHon?j.. . tilcntvnftntWovomor— • '•'if. a. iioAKD . /'. •' • Treasurer—• ••\"•• .•'•'. W. F.PIJBBSS'OIti'F. : v Secretary of fetato—-' •.\\--,. i c/M/mTirr, ,...': : -'-c AWorncyOoner«t— •:' ii. i. W K K U . ^-.-'V*:.^- ':. Superintendent Public Instruction^' -':.• ::F. L. CLKAKV.* .y\\ Railroad Commissioner— - r ?• '..•\"•:•.' ::: .//WC.-IVkAMK.W • Jiwunjnce cdnimlssioncr— VREDTHAI.. V Utmh6Tti1Cougtma~TiietiiXit}latriei-~ :•: ' « , W, CATK. : - ol Stevens Point. Til» republican campaign, as it is be- ing carried on to-day, is the most cor- rupt, and IrcoHtingtho millionaire more money, than has any other campaign in the history of iho nation. 4W,000,(K) will nokmore than pay the\" -expenses of Mark Hanna'...

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 — 26 September 1896

BOOR COUNTY ©piOCBAT 0sil^m^At,mA.fSEPT!.^Qt 1890. IN THBGOUNTY. SALONA. Mrs. N. J. Ellis is visiting her sister in Ohio. \" J. CY Lanffeniak eiWued a term of school in Clay Banks -on the 21st Inst. Percy Spalsbury, who-has been quite ill with inflammation of the bowels, has recovered. A very pleasant parly took place at the residence of John Johnson last Sat- urday evening. - At the medal contest held here on the evening of the12th. the medal was won by Miss Nellie Briqnelett. All theheld speakers did themselves credit. FORESTVIIXE. Y. V. Dreutzer and R. T. Thorpe were here on business Monday. Miss Tessie Mulverhill returned to her home in Marinette Sunday. Dame Rnmor reports two weddings to take place in the near future. Gluts. Bowel's, of Egg Harbor, arrived here last Friday with his photographic outfit. Threshing is about complete. The -crops, are reported to be poorer than last year. The first Teachers' meeting for the Southern division will be held here Saturday. A party was ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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