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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 October 1896

Ilii DARING WORK IN THE DAYLIGHT. '. Mtl«en«^i» by / tli* 6ihiot»: jmd ' , \" : isxfceri]M«ate th^^ : : ±,fa*j&i^fa part In the Bobbins of the Slierborne, Minn., . •: B»nli~Hlji *ytlrtsr/'Vut^efitid Blow :: Meeketv t3oloio ot:t.i5. ^A daring but unsuccessful attempt was made to rob v the Bank of Meeker W e d n e i ^ ^ , Re.. sult-^thjrve^ dead robbfem and! two of Meeker's clUzeris\"dahger6u«ly wound* ed The dead are George Harris, Will- iam Smith and Charles Jones. At 3 p m., Joe Kooriey, clerk a t the Mee- ker hotel, was making a deposit at the bank and on turning around saw a stranger a t his /shoulder, who a t the same instant raised MB gun and fired two shots through ihe brass railing of the bank office window and ordered As- sistant Cashier JOavld Smith to throw up his hands, which he did. The shots were not aimed at Smith, but to scare {him and frighten the employes of the store. In the meantime two of the three robbers engaged in the hold-up had covered Cashier Mo...

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 — 17 October 1896

DOOR COtZNTY tDEMOORAT, STDKG|X BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 17, 1896. -Var THE GREAT CONSPIRACY LAID BARE BY CEO. C. CORHAM. Th© Dark Methods Cued by Senator Sherman and Others to Secure the » e monetlxatlon ot Silver—statements ot Senators. Colonel George C. Gorham, for many years resided in California, and was a member of the national republican committee from that state from 1868 to 1880. He was secretary of the United States senate from 1868 to, 1879. and was in the national political coun- cils of the Grant and Conkling element. He edited The National Republican at Washington for four years. For more than twenty years he has favored the restoration of the free coinage of sil- ver, and left the republican party in June last, when it adopted ^he gold standard, and is now an earnest sup- porter of Bryan and Sewali. He* has written the following letter: The Hon. Charles P. Johson, St. Louis, Mo.-^-Dear Sir. In compliance with your request I present the fol- lowing narrative of the steps w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 October 1896

DOOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT, 8TUKGEON BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 17, 1896. Jgateral at tJ^^il.Oji^Zat::Stut^eon Say «• '•\"•'••• \"teeond elate matter 1'ullHbcd '.'every Satorday by: ttie r J. J. ' PINNEY • : .PB1NTING • . CO.gav J. J, r»12SI»IKy. JBiditor. For l»r«Mloai WH.I.fAM .TKlVNfXfltt IIRVAN, of Nebraska. For VlMvPreaMcnt—. ARTHUR 8EWALI., 6f Maine. blMOCRAfiOfATEl^^ Governor— W. ft, NIMKIITMOR*. •WcHtettant-Oovcrnor—. . II. ff. IIOARO. Treasurer— W. K. I'lKltSTORFF. . Secretary-of Slate—.. •' « . M. IH?ItT. Attorocy-OeBoriil\" '. H . i . W E E D . Supertntcndont 1'ubllo InBtructioii-r- P. I.. C5I.EAKY. Railroad Commissioner— C.F. KA1M. toMrauec Commtesiotior— FKI5U THAI-. Member of ConRresB—Elghth District— ?'.' O. W. CATK. of Stevens Point. . IN 1890 th e Advomlc could find n o epithet in its voeahulary to o vilo to lie Applied t o Minor. No w it is searching all the\"Sunday School hooks for words of praise to shower upon the same man. FA KM Kits are for Bryan. Bribory, co- ercion,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 October 1896

, : ' i £ ^ K W i 3 ^ ^ BAY, WIS, OCTOBER 17, 189©. ••'• I N T«%S?»JNTY. \\^.' FOiiESiVILtE. .' ' Mrs. Martin Schmttz i s reported t o ....©every ill..- :\"•.„•. \\: : v.- \": -V', , -:. \"„•':. - M a n i a Scbmitxi s preparing for Avin- ter. M a r t i a believes in being readv for anythin g that ma y come. ' . H . EL Fuller, T . Eilenljecketv: and j. Mrs. Ingraui an d so n were in Sturgeon 5 a y o n Taosday0 f this week : ' i StargeohBa y waswell represented bete j TCaesday by John\"-Feiiersteiit. Kick Net- , son. Sheriff Killraah. anil Jus. Haistcad. { Mike McDonald an d I. Elliott, o f Ahnapee , wer e i n tow n during the ! present wreek. Both gentlemen s a v M e - Klnley will be oiir next president. \\Vait, gentlemen , Nov . 3 , will tell the story. j TORNADO. •••\"• ''. Hurrah for Bryan ! H « is the people's candidate, and the people will elect him. j George Vogl e i s building a ne w *table 20s 80 feet with sheil$ on each of t h e 80 foot sides. - Robert Penhock has rais...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 October 1896

*:3(:V^. jit- DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STtKliKON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 17, 181M. itiiGEM's: Its Effect oh the Eastern Coast tnnss SKSE HUSHES m&N mm, CarryID| tbo Destroying Billow* t o Points Inland Always Contldered Safo—A Scene of DeTftstatlon l*ft by the Wind and Sett —Gr^at Havoc to the Jersey lowlandi, Bat Coney Island the Chief Sufferer, N e w York, Opt, 14,~-Tlje great storm of '96 ha s no t been relegated to the anrtttla of the past, and the story ha s not half been told, N o one haB so far been able t o estimate th e damage wrought by the wind and the waves, nor to sa y now far-reaching w a s the fury of the gale. But a s far a s the eye can se e from an y point along the shores of Long Island, along the Jer- sey coast, In over the low lands—and in some instances the highlands—wher- ever one maytutnthere, are proofs that a hurricane has been passing through thissectio n of the country. It wa s the tail of a storm that came from the In- dies, broad an d destructive lifted the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 October 1896

$gj^^ BAY, ^ira.v oeicoBER i?, isoe .'^: 'Baiaias*oyer 'fi^ns.: ?umlture Store, .-' ' • , STURGEON BAY/WISCONSIN. ' .'Rooms oyer Ii. M. Washburn's Store/ ':{:f: STtJBGEON BAY^WIS. ^•':.-\" | ? H m ( M i : A i N » : SURGEON, t!-V 'H:':\"vF vBTGR6EON.BAY, w i s . '•• ' Office over Rcietaet's itu Store. Hesidence -....: .-,: .•• /•••••'. Connected by telephone. ^ UKIltMAK & JOHNSON, Props. ^Pbia hotel has' been newly relurniahed and roiltted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and, cold -water 'baths. First-class sample Moms. Free 'bus to and from all boats und trains. Rates UM and $1.60 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. -|A HHORK HOTEL, : *T.:' . '*,V A. J. FBSLiNER, Vtop. .-•'• I?ir8t Class accommodations lor .man and beast. A good sample room cdnneeu d -with this House. Rates reasonable-. SAWYER* BOOR co., wis F IHST NATiMNAI. HOTEL, aOtMf BEKGRRSON, Prop. A well-^wlerod house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good barns. Special at...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 October 1896

*.jiu»'C«jf Creamlcf Tartar FoWderv^.Free: firdm Ammomai• :A1Um orany other adulterant, ?4«6i YEARS THE STANDARD COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. /Minutes of proceedings of the common coun- • ji of t city of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., at a Bpeciai nifct'itnR* thereof, held on the 1st day of :0ct,ti^,»t&o cioek,\"p.:M: ' • : Steetitag Cftlted to Order by Mayor Nelson. Aldermen present, Pfttiltratu, Cochera, Knud- iBorirHafrlSi Both, Kostka, Noll and Scofleld. /)» motion the reading of minutes was dls- penBcdwlth. The followinfr reports of finance committee were read and on tnotlon adoptctl. To tti* Mayor un&Vommon Cornell Gentlemen: The iinance- committee have «*ntnlne thobill of Ma^«lo tmnlap, of «M»' and find an otfor charge of 60 cents, and recom- mend that the hill bo allowed at *7.«i. i JOS.HAHKIS. Mnoee Committee. { OKO. PANKHATA :\"': :.,: I M. COCHEM. to tki Mayor anil Common pouifeil •. • ':0 Gentlemen: Wo, the rtnancecommlticehave examined the bill of C, Wulf & Co., and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

mm CM! •BER3iiOT ^ K l ^ i i S ^ OCTOBER- 24, .189.6.* NO. 40. |p i^ - .^%^^fti!||W:--3| InlhoiiiiW&laiOfiilolit. The inan who thought up clothier could everfitHIM the man who thought all Ready-to-Wear garments were inferior. A look through bur line of Clothing will knock soiue of those preconceived ideasbutof him. A look at bur Clothing window ought to convince any tmprejod iced person of our superiority over other clothing dealers. We are showing an especially line line of... . .^.-v.. •:*' /y.::cV-: 'v/: OVERGOftTS AND ULSffiS.\" it- TOLL,: Ladies' Jackets and G ap We have replenished this line within the week. Every thing stylish can be found here. Black and Navy Kersey Jackets lined throughout with .silk at '.•„:,*,* ^straetiaii Capes and Jackets, silk lined at *.'..$ 1 O i O O a O i l '•$ 1 2 , 0 0 Plush Capes at....... . .....i .v....:...:. $io.oota#t(ri.oo ' ——^Webought this week a line of Caps at : • They will be sold accordingly. ^ ! WORTH JUST DOUBLE. fc P^Qt^thstaucl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

ARRANGEMENTS ARK SATISFACTORY !-: ^at^^it^git^iU ot:'Hb««ia''fidnVJ«iroia y . •Â£•• £ ftepKtela^'McOTriitua 1»y «tapHBror Wlii. . ^^f«i«ilkaU '•v'V: ^^hJni^^^^ re-. u e l a ^ e t tHe effect thiatihe eommis- y slon seni b y Verieasuela t o Germany hits returned \"after accomplishing - the nioat iatlBfactory yarrangernierits which brlnK ab|out a close Jdentlty of Interests between the two countries. The main features of the arrangement are a loan at 60,000,000 bolivars, -pr «O.OOO,060, of fSermap capital to the Venezuelan gov- eftjnent ahd the establishment of a German bank with large capital a t Caracas. The: large loan cornea from private German sourees, but It 18 felt to be not the less important In show- ing the Bentlment of the Oerman gov- ernment toward Venezuela. The com- «il«Blon was headed by the minister of : public works in President Crespo's cab- • -v. 'i»et.-'.- On reaching BertIn, the mem- /':iw»/Werie.r«celvVa'wit marked honors W. Emperor William, who conf...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

: ^ ? % ? Q y ^ * ^ THE PLUTOCRATIC GUFFAW. —New York Journal INOERSOLL'S SENTIMENTS . Unpurchased and Unprejudiced Speech in Favor of Free Silver. In his famous lecture on \"Myths and Miracles,\" delivered in many sections of the country. Bob Ingersoll thus spoke of the silver question: There is no man in the United States with ingenuity enough to account for the demonetization of silver in 1873. There is not one. We need altogether more money than we have. We need twice as much money per capita to do the.business of this'coun- try a s is neded to do the business of any other country, and yet there is al- ways somebody that is crazy for fear there will be more currency. I want just all the mon,ey»we can get that is good, and silver is good enough for me. All I want of money is to pay my debts. Yes, sir and I want the law to compel the other fellows to take what I take. That Is good enough for me. , I believe that every ounce of silver that is dug under the American flag should be ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

#iii£iift^^ %& J&*mM*OW^^ been prcaeatfita somewhat Biroilar OCT * vwioajjr*v' :i^e:v^U!^:: Mia8^wanted. ^ ^e::JBtta«^!jaiidf* ^|ar^'!toerefo«^: \"iia^g^l^^.^iiafe:. -bf, • th6'neeesBary* inire&^i^ w^attoatomb,wli^ro' the oonjnrer described acircle rotuid.' them ohtbe^tihd,:^A»iti. Eutopean magic, the y wera nbfrto^ «je, fwr£earb coH^oiBB^^ giciari did biatrifes ahd slowly, lite a vapor, ou*o the earthy oxjvering^ the grave, tose the girl buried beneath' and gat ou h« tomb, her thick hair falliug over and hiding ^er'-'iat^'y^'Grtadi\" cried the magician, throwing to her a mortar, a pestle, andaomeof his tinholy materials. And, the blaok hair hiding all batfaethorrible*eye«t themsadwom- an groahdi K':'''-^$1^:' y\"'' Nowall thiswhile theuatite lodker on was growing more and more nervous, and hi* condition affected the conjuror, who lost ihia bead, and could not per- form the converse riteandsend the dead woman back into her sepulcher. Mean* while she grew to a tow...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

IJO eouj^^ 'M li^iiiiijiiii). |iteAliJEtt:' OF-'^Aw»«A.NY. ': CoWFI-:. ' • V ^ D » E N T : 6 F N E W VORJC :--'V^: |^j»!M«p^ i^8'taiJ'cw:'i(«f Kttilrottds Intlmi- j ^ i i ^ ^ ' T h ^ l r ^ ' B Iowa Republicans Declare .for Bryan— -•^phiei • Price :©f} Wheat. :,- ': • \\:-, •\"-.': Chicago, Oct. 16. ^ (Specif — The f^ost conservative democratic estimates igiyeth free silver forces a/ large maf !jJ6ilty in the next, house of represonta- gtiyes:^hile the present free silver ma- {^jority in the senate' will be increased r^EVei^ return made to democratic headguartere indicates that the free silver movement is on the increase every poll made of the central western states, indicates a big majority for Bry- an. In the republican strongholds of the central western states the free sil- ver feeling is strong. , 'I \"We are now confident that we will be able to carry the state of New York 'for the democratic candidate.\" This statement is contained in a communi- cation received at nation...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

^ ^ ^ • a s s + : | | ^ » : ! ! ^ • •:.-PO^RI*^ everyStttajrattyby tite' .:'.'.' •#& PISNE* - P R I & T ^ -CO.: •'.STUEGEOtf' BAY, :$m£?!Qffisii. *'or 'i»»esift ... «m.MA.'M ,)KS.VIJi* WKVAX, '.. of.N.ebrwrtta-' For' vj«hi*w«Wci?i— AflTllt'lt SKWAU, of Maine. laborer, hat liis ^arly had^ecteed fbjr opposite, a single gold standard, and ho silver, and hewas therefore a strong gohi Wan/* ^ policyof party first and the people next. THINGS are pretty bad when a repub- lican candidate for the assembly inlist needs Jake a preacher along with him to the coiintry towns to ilcny storiesthat were public-.' property a few weeks ago. We never know whether or not the stories in question were founded on fact, but from t he interest the parties themselves are manifesting in the mat- ter,the public are induced to do some thinking, ahd tike some interest in it themselves. THE fishermen of Door county must bear in mind that-there must be made a liewjjame and iish law ar the session of ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

:*^pM:coy^^^ mi £ • IN THB GOU ISTY.* TOBSAOO. * . •/:•• Chas. .Swede, who teaches in this district is giving the bestof satistiietion to ptipjis and pnvenfe ,•\" Three inches of snow fell * m this viei»it last Monday. It all disappeared the same day, however. V There is ayonngsqii at the home of S. A. Geise, and a.\"daughter at the home -of Herman \" N iniuts. Both .arrived this week. v VV:/ . -y..'-'.,,. •'•'.-••• Only a little more than another week until election. Mark your ballot for Wni. J. Bryarj, if you are in favor of the independence of this country, and jbhink we are big enough to run our own .affairs without subjection to the dicr itates of the Queen of England. If you nvaht the trusts, monopolies, and mil- lionaires, of this couutry and England, raided by the Queen of Euglaud, to.'eon- ftrol this country in their own individual interests, vote for McKinley, and if he iSs elected, that is just what you will get. ^ i t E S T v i L i a i . Duck hunting has been poor spor...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

^^^ff^S^^^^^^^^^^S^S^^^^^^^^ SEVAN AND 6EWAIA. WHAT IS HE? You Could Not Cull T»il« Man lia Anarch* Here is a promlneatgoldbug advo- cate of Chicago who, over file own nanie/praeticallyurges the assasslna- tlon of Mr, Bryan in case he Is elected. lAsteb toblmi y o X C / v ^ f \"Two grand-presidents ofthis repub- lic have been^^ assassinated by cranks, lor fancied grievances only, if Bryan shall be elected and the country be thrown into dire, panic and dlBtresa, which..1•will surely follow, throwIngerishment some millions niore of our honest peo- ple out of work and intensifying the grievances already festering among the unemployed, will' riot the disappoint-: meats and distress of the unthinking masses who will vote for him, and for you engendered by, faith in Popocra- tic promises BO soon broken, create «uch a revoiutlon that he will never be Inaugurated'? Will the bitten not ijito?-—IX K. Tenney in the Chicago /Record. Mr, Tenney is a corporation lawyer. If Mr, Bryan is assassi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

i s i DOOR CCHJNTF BEMbCRAT, S T U ^ # O N B A * , WIS., OCTOBER 24 , 1896. /»: Dotneetie Arrangement* let h Century. Carpets were unknown luxuries, but Ihfc fashion of strewing the apartments with rashes was being gradually aban- doned. Rushes were still used in the re- tainers' hall, but for the better rooms sweet scented herbs and fragrant twigs were usually employed. In the fourteenth century windows were apertures filled with glass so as to admit light, but to exclude wind. The walls also were frequently hung with cloth or tapestry to protect the inmates of the room from the many currents of . ai* that penetrated the strong but badly ' built walls. Wo loam from various all* cieut documents that it was the duty of the serving men and pages to sweep out the principal apartments, but as the use of water is rarely mentioned damp and fragrant leaves and twigs must have aided not only in collecting the dust, but also toward refreshing the atmos- , phero in such constantly closed roo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

?*0H :i^$W&^^ ifcandits Oo i »*Star\" Job in the . \" \"' :- l.66ti.n|fvLine. '' '\":: - ::'y :-'.\\' :^ FUSION REJECTED. '- , Popnllsts of Georgia Propose on Abjec- tionableStyle WHEAT IS SOARING Atlanta, Oct 2L-yesterday marKed j Wa r T i m e s Recalle d b y S c e n e s EAID Off M OKLAHOMA HAMLET Hotel and Store* Bobbed While the Oiti sens Are Terrorized by a Fusillade ot Bullets—Three fosse* Start on. the 'Han t for the Thug*, Bat No Par Hare Not •: Caught Thetu. Guthrlo, O. T„ Oct 19,—At & o'clock Saturday night a band of six unknown desperadoes rode Into Carney, twepty miles east of here, and held tip the whbhV town, robbing twelve stores and the post- office, it 1» reported. , Thenews was received here by telephone, ' »nd only meager particulars were gene. Further Particulars of the Crime, Further particulars were received here yesterday of the raid, About 9 o'clock at night six masked and heav- ily armed outlaws, supposed to have been headed by the notorious \"Dyna...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

P P R C O y S T i T P I S M O C B A t t , S T l t f ^ G E O N B A Y , W I S . , O C T O B E R 1 7 , 18UU. 1 1 BUSf HESS CARDS. n p 'A.EGA ^ - ' • ' '• \" • '•\".'•:•'.:'OENTIST. ..\"•/.. Rooms over HaUn s Furniture Store. STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. * H. CUASDlElt, :••*:•'.' . : D E N T I S T . \" Rooms o\\'er L. M. Washburn's Store. STURGEON BAX, WIS. T\\K. K. K. MOKH1S, * B 7 t S r C l A N A N D S U R G E O N . STURGEON BAV, WIS. Office over Relehel's Drug Store. Resilience ' Connected by telephone. U O I G L TUKMOST, -*-1- HEILMAN & JOHNSON, Projs. Tats hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the, very best or : accommodations for the traveling public. Hot »nd cold water baths. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and Irom all boats and trains. Rates $1.00 and $1.50 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. \"|A bltOKE HOTEL, •** A.\"J. F E t t N E B , Prop. First Class accommodations for man and beast. A good sample room connected with this House. Rates reason...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 October 1896

UP Wi DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUttGEON BAY, WIS^ OtttOBfitl SS4 189& Ifcigfcest Jioiiors^-WbHdr$ Fair, i CREAM OHDfB MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fred from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 4 0 YEARS THE STANDARD. Our Candidates. JosKi'ii HAKKIB, who has been platted on the democratic ticket to fill the va- cancy 'caused' by tins declination of Thomas Vose who was nominated for member of Assembly, heeds no intro- duction to many of the citizens of Door county, having made this county his home from childhood. -.''During, the war of the rebellion he was to bo found attjio front., whore* he earned a captain's eoirimission., He has always bedn identilied with the. G. A. 11. and is a t present the Inspector for lids District, Ho ban always been a 'republican of the school that Lincoln, Garfield, and Grant belonged to, and naturally, when hie party surrendered to the Shyloeks in St. Louis, last summer, refused to follow thorn, preferring to lake tin* .sid...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 October 1896

VOL, 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., S^UHDAY^OOTOBER 31, 1896. :^o3Ii$ G. GREISBN.I 6HftLLEN6E SALE. =ON^= NOVEMBER ^T H W E W I L L C O M M E N C E T H E A B O V E SAfcE. Goods have been purchased especi- ally for it, and othere will to It will be the Sale of the Season i Genuine Wisconsin fallweather.•'•••-..•••-,m»_ ~^__-•Â«*»• • » - ^ The deer huntingse son ends toSy E £ ^ V © do as we Promise, Money cheerfully refunded,'®* • Oct. JUst. -^Vfti\" * ~ j Carl Cochcms now plays second vibiijj | in the Star Orchestra. ' - | ! All of. the Manitowoc seed pease llaJVie 1 been marketed and shipped. '•'•i'Wx-- The Canal Warehouse Company «S£t in annual session lust Monday evening. SKASONAHI.K and pretty trimmed Jilts at Reynolds Millinery Co's fromi^5q$gfc'' Lon Bernard and Ed. Kraft eonstitn^tt our day police force several davs tlds week. y'-\\y^i. H. A. Stiles will have his new resi- lience ready for occupancy durlngtpj present month. * \" :\":.'-•'?§?• Two carloads of live stock W08 sh...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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