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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 October 1896

tik^jejj^^ liiiiii fiits % Bullet Through tha Head '\":V '^S bf a Wottiart 'yy^'y^ IS THEI»EESENCE OF HERHtoSBASD Mr, and Mrs. Chariot Kaiser Stopped on a lonely Hand by Two Highwaymen, and n*«*«»e the Woman He»Itut*d About Giving tip iter Money Hlie la Hhot and , Dies in a Sbort Time—Tlie Husband Abo Wounded and '«arl Insane. . Norrlstown, Pa., Oct. 29.—Charles Kaiser and hisywife Emma, of Nor- ristown, were held up by two high- waymen on a lonely road near Bridge- port Wednesday night. Mrs. Kaiser was shot through the head and instant- ly killed, and her husband was wound- ed In the am i by a second shot. The robbers secured two gold watches and all the other.'.Jewelry worn by the cou- ple, even to the man's shirt studs and a pocketbook containing $53. They then made their escape. Kaiser and his wife conducted a crayon portrait store at 215 West Main street, thin city. Late Wednesday aft- ernoon they started In their private team for Gulf Milts. On their return home, while d...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 October 1896

iooi*xoi^* o ^ '3/ \"WhaS stricken one has he upliftei a? What orphan has ho upheld?\" —New York Journal A L L A G - A I N S T 0 O L D . \\ w » t s o f t h e , s r ? a t m a s s ° * ^anwnd.\" „ ______ .Major McKinley voted for Senator 'Stanley Matthews' resolution, in 1887, LEADERS OF THE REPUBLICAN j which declared the. bonds of the United PARTY FAVOR SILVER. : states payable in silver as well as gold. — ~ In the same year he voted to pass a Their Words Quoted—The Repubiu-an free silver bill through the house, and Party Heretofore Favored the Double ! when President Hayes vetoed it, voted Standard and Free Coinage of Both to pass it over the Veto. MetalB—Good Reasons Why. i In a letter to Hon. E. S. Perkins of .'•_ :—_ Medina county,'Ohio, in 1890, he said: The supporters of Mr. Bryan can1 \" I h a v e always been in favor of the prove the correctness of their position f r e e and unlimited coinage of the silver in favor of the free coinage of gold ! P^iict of the United States, ...

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 — 31 October 1896

DOOM COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 31, 189«. \"J\" [-\\lf:} ::':l\\'\\:^on4-Mdis.^^ter^//Vi-.' '• • ::~\"f ,-'-:'-:. . v/-v£iijii^ .'.*U!90e*rfT^ STURGEON • $&tp$i& i:• °CT. 31, For President- \"' » WM.I.IAM .IKNNtMiK ISHVAN, • '•.•• of Nebraska. ABTHUH HKWAIX, of Maine. •Goveraor— VV, «, SH,VI2llTlIOUX. SJebtcnftnt-Govcrnor— If. II. UOAUll. Treasurer— ..''.. XV. V. I'lEUHTOBl't\". .\"-. .-. •',,/ McorvttVr.v or State— . \" v. at. mmf. Attorney (lenerai— '•.'••.:'- ' II. I, VVKKI .SK.5krliUndei) J'ublle InNtructlbft-r• ' ''.'•• .'' ••-. V. l..Vt,KAtLV^\\i..:\"\":0^. Jltilrond Commissioner— \".: t*«urunce Commissioner— ': i :/'• •/:.jPKi«6..«ifAf i. v '.v - 3*c*nber ofConsents---Kl«l)ih tistrlct \". :: /.'..«. W' CATJ5. '\"v'.: of Stevens Point. For Member of Assembly- JOgKPtt HARTUS. of Sturateon Bay. l-or Sheriff- JOHN WAI.KKK. of Sittrsteou «iiy. : : JTor Clerk- '•' - •.V?::'\".,:\"'^\". 'J ANTON EieUJNUKtt, oraardripr, V i f o r Treasurer- BKSmiS...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 October 1896

^S^l^i^pgpfS? ^ ^ %. pool* qtimyy:PJKMUCK^T, a»Tuifote* BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 31, isim. :5- ,. .,^:v /:':^.^'tpit^SlNVlLi.K. ,'•'4/ :.\" Jpo Schucidei- is erecting a tint} new blacksmith shop. \" Andrew Sloan, : Ji v ntsule a business trip to Ahnape't la*t Tue?!tiay. '...'•\"• .-. ' Hon. .John JFetzev niaikva iking trip :trom Stutgeon Bay this week. / \" ^idlen lliggins,of Sturgeon B iy, spent •Saturday aiuISuiulay iii this vicinity. . Two (lermaa speakers held forth uure. this week* oue on each side of the fence: Five of ForestviHe'S teachers took in *he toaeherV meeting at Urusscls last •Saturday. ':/!' sjForestville seat large delegiuioHS to the vepablicaii rallies at Ahnapee and Sturgeon Bay.r'-'..-•' ••'•.'.MM'. Wm, Ullsperger died \"at her home in this town last ^Friday. She was buried Monday Mr Bernard Aweami wife, H. H. Fuller and Xheo. Elleubeeker .spent last Jbida, in Sturgeon Bay. ' Miss Lena SchouIte, who has been visiting at Sturgeou Bay unit vicinity for some time, retur...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 October 1896

• » • : :l6o% fous^ PiSiiiliiMiJiP' CAUSE OF THE RISE IN WHEAT. tain Siiye It I« Iiased on nn Extraordinary r ••.'•'.: JPoreijfil .Demand.. j GEORGIA MQttl0S,^ Strikes a Section of^Texas Doing j New York* Oct, ^.-it, G Dun & Co.'s -j One of Her Most Distinguished : :y :^ T'iUllkndwh^Damage. .:: ,'WV. J we\"Uh/review of trade. '•sayW The.eyent-'j' ' es :.' if the week has been the sensational ad- SonrtncU.h05.rf Is Dead . BIJKOIffiDEATHlSPOETEB SOI'M, j Fonr Other rewtons Injured ami Six SUme':| The rise* wart magnified', by covering of ing-^SherwumCatches l'arto f the Ulww j Bpeimlative sellers who imagined the ad- and Get* Spattered Willi Mud '-Carried by, j Vance hart gone too far, but w i s tit. thin th e t y C l « n « - A t » H Tor Help from the i bottom-tase4 on-the extraordinary foreign and rata l htorm at j *»win d ^1M^ h \" f i o - W ^ grain vessels ! from nil Pacific us well as Atlantic ports for months ahead. How great fho short- Tuesday, a rise of S & cents,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 October 1896

DOtlit COUNTy DiSMOCKAT, STIJliWEOJi BAY, WIS., OCTOBfiK ..31, 18»0 . list' BUSINESS CARDS. |*TP A . EGAN, : DENTIST. Rooms over Hahn s Furniture Store. STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. a. C1IAXULEH, DENTIST. Rooms over L. M. Washburn's Store. STURGEON ISAY, WIS. A CHILD ASLEEP. How tr.-3ieepe£h Having drunKen Wearj- childhood's maudragore, j From bis pretty eyes have sunken Pleasures to make room for more— | Sleeping near the withered nosegay which n» 1 pulled the day before. - dilly dally with the business manager of the show aud keep him waiting here for a day or two till I bit OH a good scheme. Nosegayal Leave them for the waking Throw thoro earthward where they gr»w j knock' bint down if necessary. )K. JE. K . .UORKCS fHYSlCIAN AND SURGEON. STURGEON BAY,. WIS. IfOftlce over Reiehel's Drug Store. Residence Connected by telephone. I**-. ' UJJILMAN & JOHNSON, Props. This hotel hus been re wly* refurnished and frefitted throughout, and oilers the very best ol ^accommodations for th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 October 1896

m DOOK COUNTY DfcMOCKAT,STURGEON BAY, WIS.. OCTOBER 31, 180«. Highest t i o i t w i ^ V ^ d y Fairy CREAM BAKING POWBffi MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. •''/Grand'.'Master Workman, J. H, Sovereign says: \"If the cliawter of a single gold standard is t lie judged by its influence in this campaign t must bo conceded that its only mission on earth is to make threats against industry, in- timidate tho working poopleand.de- maud for America the same laws and conditions on which rest the monarchies oftljft old world. A monetary system that in too cowardly to stand before the world on its own merits,'.hat steals into the homes of-the poor and demands the votes of the working people on threats of discharge the monetary system that compels working people to lie to hold their jobs and forces thorn to wear Me- Kinley buttons whether they want to or not, and requires them to go on excur- sions to.Ci...

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

§§l|ppOi?e&^^ 7, 1896.: :$&PM LOCAL. The W. O. Brown down for the season. mill has elose4 w*?*' A pension has been granted to Metaf g | | | p u r Challeng e Sale is p r o v i n g w h a t we promised i t should be, a g r e a t j Sehiermier, of Baileys Harbor. | , J An adjourned session of county conrt|t ! will be held bv Judge Masse next 'Tue£-J\"1 idav. [gwwMwwptwmwim^ JC^«TKUTH IS MIGHTY' AN0 W|IJt::p»|!^A|t '^^- \\ m o n e y savin g event. lllfe Dark Dress Prints, good patterns. .JJJc ^ Q n i l t i i i g C a l i c o . . . . . . . 4 c SSiw• • ' • !$$» Dark Outing Flannel.. . » i c ggfteAprbn Ginghams ' .'.3 c |Biy 36 inch Heavy Sheeting .4 c Dress Goods. « O c All Wool s V g e . . . . . . , 4 0 c HI 8 5 c Mohair Siciliettas . 6 7 c 5 0 c Henrietta SO c 2 5 e Wool Novelty (ioods 1 5 c $ 4 8 yard Dress Patterns. $ 3 . 0 0 4 0 c Black Mohair Brocades 3 2 e 7 0 c Silk Stripe Wool Plaid 5 3 c 5 0 c Mohair Brocades 3 8 c 1 8 c Wool Brocades. 1 3 c 2 5 c Wool Plaids . . 2 ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 November 1896

DOOR:ClUNT DISMOCItAT^ 1NMWPL11 Republicans For^-Foury Demo- icrats Thirty-Two. IATE FIGURES FROM WASHINGTON Chairman Babcoctt of the Congressional Committee Claims the. Klpctlon of Two Hundred Repnbllean* — Rrynn lias a Might Lead In Kcmncky According to the latest Flgnres—Indiana and Califor- nia Hate for McKinley. Washington, Nov. E.~-Later returns Indicate slight changes in the next sen- ate from the table Wednesday. The -five doubtful states Wednesday were Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky* North Carolina and Smith Dakota. It to now reasonably certain that Delaware will have a Republican legislature, the only claim to the contrary being of irregu- larities in SUHHCX county- Kansaw will «*leet a fusion or independent senator to succeed Peffer, and Kentucky, on the face of the .returns, will elect a Republican t o Hueceed Blackburn. North Carolina's legislature la In doubt, with chances favoring the »uc- cettfi of the ftislonistH, who In thiH Ktate were madfi tip of Republicans and Po...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 November 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAYY WIS ^ NOVEMtlEftT^lSJMJ • # • • ' • .'•.\"*• Frozen Mutton. The season why Argentine mutton generally is of inferior price to that of Jfew Zealand has a threefold explana- tion. In the first place, New Zealand possesses today a mutton producing creed superior to that grown iu the Plate. In the second, the New Zea- lander feeds his stock during the winter time w^th extra forage, whilo in the Argentine the sheep are allowed to graze upon the same hare pampas during the dead season. The result of this is that the New Zealander produces au •even, well grown carcass, while there is sent home from the Plate one upon -which a hasty covering of fat has been put during the spring months of the year. The difference between the two carcasses will readily be noted by any one who pays a visit to the cattle mar- ker. Thirdly, the freezer in New Zea- land freezes the mutton on account of the breeder, and in the Argentine the freezer buys from the breeder. The dj...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 November 1896

»oxm C O U N T Y ^ DOOR eouMty DEMOORHT.J jgntertd.itlj.fo.Pw OJUtt tit Murgton Oaij tm i . ' ' • . ' istcorid cltisf mutter., .•\"! l*nllHHe *very SiHtinlay l the J . .1 . I M K N E Y I » K I N T I N O C O . 1 ' .. . • ' • . . ' . - • • • • , • - -•- : ' - • • - • •• I • J. J. I ' i K K K V , KcliUirv ! SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, £1,50 P(tR YEAR, STURGEO N H A t , WIS. , NOV . ?,by TllK local English mooey lender ought to lie happy whether he keeps his job or not. T H E stars and stripe.'*, the pride of the patriots of America, might well be supplanted by tho flag of England. Toft mortgaged farmer wh o does not no w pay the debt 'when it becomes due, but bast o renew it, will never pay it,. N o w watch out for tli« subsidized press totell yon that it will take years npojiyearii to accomplish the complete restoration of roi$hnc,. y^Ihrtb a %ay» will the Mcomk- toll its InjfttftN'ft who are the men directly ami ! toairflctly responsible fort hat obnoxious jmfirjne »wes«meti law? :.y....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 November 1896

DOOtt COUNTY DBMOCKA'l\\ STyKB3gON BiV^:iWIS ,::K«yje^^^l§ i«f^ THE GOOSE FEATHER. [An American Indian SODR.} Blaeli lake, black lake, TChe wild ROOSC hid within the brafeo. The string uponraybow Ml loose, The arrow slijjped and missed the goosa. lie heard my step and 'flew away. 1 found n feather whore he lay. Arrow thin, arrow thin, I struck the blaek goose feather in. Black la!«v black lake, ' .A goose lies dead within the brake. \".Thin morn his own black feather whirred And sped the shaft that killed the bird. —Charles A. Collniann in Century. STOPPED IN TIME. •with fresh dismay, that tliis would also { - v Fines in Athens, prove a fruitless errand, for the last | The »acome of Athens fromfinesOp- train toSilkuiinsterwas the 8:30 p. in., j pears to have been considerable and to by Which, 1 have mentioned, the post- • have constituted a singular and pernia- master always traveled. Sillnninster, I | nenfc feature of the fiscal poliev of the must mention, was nearly 150 miles...

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 — 7 November 1896

« IOO COUNTY * ^ » C U A T , ^ U K O I J O N BAV^ fWi%T'f\\ C f V ^ V T, Annt?x last evening. The rumor was 1 YV U 0 1 A J I 1 I m X i J l r ' r l f c that Chairman Jones, of the Dem- ocratic headquarters, had announced that California, Kentucky and Indiana were no longer in doubt and that Bry- an's election was assured. That started the crowd i A reporter for this Associated Pros* LIST OF THE STATES GIVING THEM i asked 'Senator Jodcs for an auiJiont.Hhe _• j statement of his view of the result and l- the s&snntor dictated the following and signed It: \"I have counted from the beginning an the- states upon which w e relied for Mr. Bryan's election, the southern states with i56 votes and the states v.cpt t.f the Missouri with SI votes, making a total • of. 217. I have hoped Electoral Votes Now Claimed for \\ Major McKinley. i tiniiiniury of the «eneral Klttmtloii - Mew VorfctJivcs !HKinle Nearly 300,- O0O and Illinois Figured at lOO.OOO-- Authorized Interview with Chairman Jon...

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

lOO COUNT* DEMOCRAT, S T C i t C ^ N BAV, %VI8,, NOVESIBER 7, 18«6 . BUSINESS CARPS. • n p A. EGAS, DENTIST. Rooms over Hahn-s Furniture Store, STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. A.H CHAXDLEK, • '.- DENTIST. Rooms over L. M. Washburn's Store. STURGEON BAY, WIS. THE LAST DECADE-1895. Nature dishonored by the race she bore. The fools ot knowledge, slaves of liberty Art that profanes the nuptial sanctuary, Where truth and beauty wed forevermore: Love that casts down the vestal veil she wore, j To join earth's Bacchic festival and floe With the wild Mtenads, in their ecstasy, By charmed mountain peak and desert shore— | V R . £ . K. MOKKIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON. STURGEON BAY, WJS. Office over Reichel's Drug Store. Residence Connected by telephone. LTOXKL TKEMONT, *•*• HE1L.UAN & JOHNSON, Props. This hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, ond offers the very best ot accommodation.'* for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bns to...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 November 1896

DOOR COUNTY IHttlOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBE R 7, 1890 . 'y'y '^yyyyi^^^yyyyyyy I H E AGE OF-pERFECTfON, m . /- MCKST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. .May View. ' Capt. S. T.' . JlcCmuby has returned from Kseanaba.- ' J. E, Spalsbuvv made : v business trip to Menominee, Friday. &..H. GilJiee has resigned his position a» blacksmith for (*, VV. Noble. Edson Washburn has been under the went her several days this week. Mike Melchinr left Kriduy for the Jerry Middencamp, at•.Forsyth, Mich. The RosenbergDry (Joods Company have opened tip a branch .store in the (ioetilemunir building. liey. C. C Farqufmr has been making himself 'useful about the.si ore of h, M. Washburn, this week. A number of our young men arcery making preparation* to cuter the log- ging camps the coining winter. Alfred M.lvemiii left Tuesday, oven-i- . iog for Marinette on a business trip. ifr. Jvwson's health is steadil...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 November 1896

STURGEON BAY, WIS^ SATURDAY* NOVEMBER 14, 1896. \"^tWM& FACTORY SOUTH BEND Mackintoshes. Through a recent pureha.se we are enabled lo offer a Men's Double Texture, extra heavy garmeut a t . . . . . . . ...--.— The kind formerly sold at $3.50 A heavy Black Wool Tricot and Cheviot at. . .^.. ..... ...'. . 31ack Tricot Box Coat, those , without cape..... ....- $5.00 kadies' Mackintoshes Diagonal Navy I * | | | r | | . . . . . . . . $2.25 Diagonal Navy, delllttahle cape.$2,50 •6o. IND. $2.50 $2.90 S5.00 Misses Diagonal Navy, sizes 38 to 48, a t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.75 AND FIND OUT THEIR MISTAKE AF1ER A FEW DAYS WEAR. Others know a good thing when they see it and Gloves and Mittens. We buy from the manufacturers in Gloversville, New York, and save the customers the wholesalers profit. Yarn Mittens at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ifje Better grades at. .2Qc, 25c, 35 c Heavy Fleece Lined a t . . . . . . . . . . . | . 5 0 6 Faced Mitted from...... . 25c *o $|,0 ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 November 1896

: & • MMORCQyXTY... BEPOtlilllS Regulars Had Little Active Service Ourihg the Year. IMMANS ARE TttEATEW BETTER. And to That Fii- Oonertit Miles Ascribe* j the Absence of Outbreak* -Approprla- tlobK«:om«oniii^ for ILipIacinff Deeuy- iiiK HDII Antiquated Army Vo»tB-Coast Defcuw»—iHcremeoMhe Army JJeeoin- inendcd—Ipseof the Weycle, : Wajihlngton* Nov. X2.--In his annual import to the secretary of war Major General Miles, commanding the army, .says that fortunately during the year the army has been 'railed upon only to a limited Extent to act either against hostile Indians or against bodies of men •engaged In violating the laws of the United States or international treaty :bllgfitioH» Genera! Allies recommends » liberaJ appropriation for replacing, thepresent decaying and antiquated post buildings occupied l»y the arrny. »nd eapwHUiy those on what was for- ^isily the Indian frontier, with new and V wauittiry structures. ^:-.-.-- ^ti(-mm} Mile* believes that the free- I :y'y:...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 November 1896

DOOR COIJNTV BElttOUBAT, SrUBGEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 14, ISM*/ & *5 :-iS -3liifeHto:'::CiidS3SS. THE VOTE ON PRESIDENTIAL ELECT- ORS IN KENTUCKY. So the Republican State Chairman Confi- dently Telegraphs to Major McKinley and National Chairman Hanna—Both Parties Are Still Claiming Wyoming. -Louisville, Nov. 9.—The following statement/ was! given but last night from the Republican headquarters: \"Practically complete official returns give MeKinley 444 plurality in Ken- tucky, unofficial advices indicating that the four missing counties will in- crease rather than decrease these fig- ures. The republicans elect four mem- bers of congress and a judge of the highest court of the state for an eight- year term, and by the filling of va- cancies have secured a majority of two In the general assembly on joint ballot, •which Insures a Republican successor to Senator Blackburn. The total vote in the state will approximate 425,000, an increase of 70,000 over last year's vote and 25.000 mo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 November 1896

• M * $ & * ^ ^ Bommmvmmmm, Matured it M' font Officii: at Sturgton liatj as ' •• •' •teeorfil class matter. I'uliwlii'd «»'cry Hutniritay by tlie ,3. J, PIKNKIT I»BINTIN« CO J . VT. t ' I K S S y , KlU.or $1.50 p e n veAB J I S T thin k of |t* every on e of t h e bi g | republica n daMies a r e no w practically j assertin g tha t th e tariff is not iii issue. J thatUi e MeKinle y a d m i u i s t r a t l o u s b o u l d [ QUBSCRIPTtON PRIOB ' S T U R G E O N HAY , W I S . , NOV . 14. Kt IX o r ruin, i s tins m o t t o adopte d 3i,v th e gold democrats . T h e y m a y \"iHtiu\" themselves politically bu t limy •can neither .'rule no r ruin t h e ' demo - cratic, parly. 5 u » E $ul«sidi/.ed ' newspaper s seem *o think U k a good sign that E n g l a n d .as/so elated o v e r tht election of th e singl e fcoM standar d ticket Indeed. .«t w a s a bi g victory for English capitalists. • N O / M I S ** would phvise d e m o c r a t s bet- t e r than t o hav e all the gold d e m ....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 November 1896

. §#18 1300K COUNirY l^MOCUAT ST01MSEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 14 , 1»96 . ?£&?' I N T f t B O O U H T Y . i *KNBKAI corxTv . « Kotos' :-'. .^^••-•^'^^••Hr:^' '. i: \\Yiu. Goetz, of FdrestviJie, left Moo- ?. •' -•-'•• TOijxApo. . |(| u- for Chicago to reeeive medical treat -j :-~. Th e ehcese factory here closed for j merit..' j the season.':^. • '•: .\" From Ou r .Agfi'icul^M'jai - College . • BV IMIOK. W. A. 11 EMIV, MADISON,WlS.''.-•.' The..1.8th Annual Report of the Ex- I Bishop Messuier, of Green Bay, held {periinent Station, uow nearly ready to George Wright, j Sturgeon Bay, v*rs- j confirmation services'at'' the Forestville \\ distrihution. uill be sent, to about 9,000j K.fii ited irieuds here several days this week, j Catholkveliureh, last Sunday, ,. V'.'.-\"Gftvvteit Moore is in the southern towns pitying cattle for Chicago parlies this weeW. - .'. .,'' Aiinapee thev ha Bat tm- Seveval farmers went to yesterday with cattle Which sold to buyers from Chicago. Couiidenee ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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