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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 December 1896

'^XJ^A\\V-::- * & J $ ^ ^ TO »fp •iv:-,:„ ..-.- .~T.-,.', gates rrom w cities of tne country, . ••:-,.• ,—— ...:•\".• ..~K- : \\ -:.-.- 7-J..-- .v- : -,v-:••••:,• „• . ,--v~r- ^,y^---q-, ^ o - ' i ^ * ' ^ - ' : . ^ * - ^ .-,••-.y.v^^pv-r-v ./., C T R E F O R M CONVENTION. .' • J.wO.OOO ana over, twenty each—eighty e i v c u n u T u n o l i A n c r B ?• 7 ' '--'... tJCDe::*iuft Tui:Be--:' •.\": 7.?M M?^'•-..' IXrrldp That Skraiethtng Musi « « Ihtnts tr C«n«-iiueiM*it. Not Pleasant to Content- plate Are To lbs Avrl« Tlic Abolfetit- meot of tt|« reeiibi' Nc«o *h Key- note ofth* Movement. Indianapolis, Dec. 2.—Fifty-two men ^representing the boards of trade and commercial bodies of sixteen cities 0 / . the central west met yesterday after- noon In the Century club rooms a t the Denison and issued a call for a nation- al convention of the commercial bodies of the country to meet In this city Jan. $, 1897, for the purpose of taking action toward securing from congress a rem- e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 December 1896

IOO WlWfY tomipVRAT, STUIJCJEOX BAY, WIS, .DECEMBER &,. t89& • Wlmraday,: Nov. 36. ^.- |tp.tuary : ' A t Denver, Edward E d - Ppt.\\:,•. At: Genoa, Italy,•• Governor ||er, of N e w Brunswick. At Greens- ind., Dr. Samuel J, Barrett. A t &onCity, Ia„ Elizabeth M. Blythe, 74. ' :W.- Astor ba s given $50,000 to the Wldren's Ai d Society of N e w York | | y, with which to build a school build- a s a memorial to his wife. p T h e official vote oLMiehiga n glve9 tcKinley, 2&3.32T Bryan, 237,251. |Bryan' s manager in his lecture tour listed $3,000 for a lecture desired by a idles society at Des Moines. Ex-Banker Anthony Kozel pleaded l^ullty at' Ghicago to one of the six Indictments of larceny agains t him. He : %ae sentenced to the penitentiary for a n indefinite period. i A t the official trial of the Virago, British torpedo boat destroyer built by th e Lairds, a mean speed of 30.17 knots •was made on the measured mile, while •30:07 konts wa s the average for the three hou...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 December 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 5 , 1896 . Tnv.Kewavnf,6 Mnktprist comes out in a new ^t^s^ iinrt is alt printed -M. home. The Mnierpriu i» owe of our most highly priwsd exchanges* nod 'we- ave glad to note (he evWenees pi snccess In the ItapravenicDta it makes from time to Utile. '•.'* S,X -MILVTAVKKE peopie'onght t get up a stale (kitti-centottniai celebration all their ewti and upon a tar smaller scale t-hn.it has IK«H proposed, They can Ab it easily, an«l the polite of the state •^Puld attendee immense crowds and without ,a doubt make the venture a giaying ouebotbto the stockholders and i« the business interests of this city. JUttnoN/county'-sent thirty patients to ihc.Keejcy ewe under i ho new state law, and the bill against the countywas M,Ml The «nnt board refused to sallow it,.\" ami will doubtless .be sued. C*nv:-eleet Seolield is credited with say- ing thatevery JIIW made by tho present state afliiriidstration shoiiidiier5pi!ft!Hl Wonder how that se...

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

:f*U#&^^ M it|i|il ^elBrde Decides in Favortfth e ^fty&rifw-att tiie jiiHM«n»e\" CrWa WWcfc ^\"Witnessed the Fight Could iie on*l'B«!e«l *:)*ha*Bol'B •' • .ttelatr/antf:Were •.'^^t'teia'^ y'^fcest Witnessed by a Number of Women. :§/sS^n.\\Francisco. :'' 3 - ^ o b Fitz^ ^mmon s and Shkrfcey,' the saUor, who t ^ i n e near knocking out Jim Corhett «ome months ago, met, for a ten-round « o in the Mechanic's pavilion Wednes- day night and the building was packed •with about 15,000 persons, several huh - 8rH of.-.'those present being women. I t vwas•. •••fully 9 o'clock before the great ^crowd began to make an impression on the vast amount of vacant seate. Out- Bide of the payiiion stood a crowd estl-- mated a t 10,000, which commenced to i assemble as early as 6 o'clock, i t is6n, estimated that the National club took in at least $40,000 at the box office. ^The two big pugilists appeared in 4he ring a t 10:30 p. m. and were re- ceived Mth vociferous applause. There was so...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 December 1896

m $^B:Wtfi^ FI8HER LASSIES. •'•flfbe wis * fc^B npfrohv* a o f i e i t wava Chill, ealt and stronft from Ite/ocean «»»«. •.The^gioiraye^hJ-'tbe^ Ana the hollowing (Skjrfc* * exxp -•tf:\\ii But thoeewtlnel rocks on tlie lioiiiHnnd'8 right AMI bJacfc and grim in the waning light, AwJ out in ±boW&d a lone white sttuf : Keeps ifc* stoutlfiist watch o'er tho barber bar. Over this w»ve» where this rod tight floats To theehKmlingshore ©onj« thenuhlng boats, And tbo girls who wait for theft coming in Aro isomotiiiag to wave and windnkia--- Born of the ohloiioroky and Bea, Joyous, Jitbaiimbed as tho BOO birds free, Fearless in dnnger and trrie mt Btccl, To frimd unswerving, to lover leal. Wo cars is theirs. All tho world thoy know JB tbo sky abovo anil tho ena below. Light o'er *he water* their laughter floats As they wait cm tbo sand for tho fishing boats. Brown are ibey. yet fho tint that glows In their checks htts thu huo of u erlm«oii rose. And »wor brighter or clearer ©y...

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

l G O k . C O U N T * D E J ^ K A ^ f , S T U K G E O N B A Y , W I S . , D E C E M B E R 5 * 1 8 0 0 . BUSINESS CARDS. ''•ffr.'A* BOAST, -'/'/' VV-8/-V ^ : Rooms over flahna Furniture Store, ^ STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. \\ A :|*' CHANDLER • Robins over I^M. Washburn's Store. .' STURGEON BAY, WIS. ' J K. E. K. MORRIS, P H Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N . -..-.'•STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over Reichel's Drugstore. Resiflence Connected by telephone. \"17P\" C K t t l O T t , M. p. P h y s i c i a n a n d S u r g e o n . Special attention given to diseases of women. • All calls promptly attended. Office over Halm's furniture store. STURGEON BAY, WIS. HOTEC TKK9IOHT, 11EIXMAN & JOHNSON, Props. This hotel has been newly refurnished and Mfitted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold -water baths. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates $1.00 and Sl.fiO per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. BAV SHORE- HOTE...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 December 1896

•Â£• • b o O K C O U N T Y D E M O ' C K A T , S T U M U E O N B A Y , W I S , , D E C E M B E R 5 , 181M. fllPP tiiii MOST I^ERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fie/ Jrorri Ammonia, Alum or any other {idultsrarit, 4 0 YEARS THE STANDARD. B a y View . James Tufts, Sr., of Ahmipee, spent several days hero this week. Will A. Heilman loft .Thursday for llacific. in search of employment. A ••carload of hoof cattle passed through with.-the Wednesday afternoon train. Henry Wicseekel i s spending the win- ter at 'Nudum, Mich,, in the lumber woods. R. W. Koimll, I*i*«Kitl«si»t of the M. U. B. O),, was in the eity on Inisijie.ss Friday. Our young people have lieen enjoy- ing some line skating on the hay tin? past week. - Frank lioness i* again ut his old posi- tion 11*1 delivcryman at the Tliorkildson & Shaw mill. Frail Fclinoi' now d,rives the fireen flay stage in place of Henry (lerlaeh, the former driver. •Mian Libbio Kills- wa* removed from the Foresl.ville house to h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 December 1896

£^hsmsSMsmM^^Mi fliPtfag^lllKrrrv:: :' VOL 4. S^U&CKEON BAY, WIS., SATOIIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1890. NO You Can Please your father, husband, brother, or some other pet^iSi::..fe(fp^^^'h: gift selected from our Furnishing Goods stock. ^••^^iB^!^eti^ remark \"it is so hard to find something suitable iQt^^Mb men.\" Not so if they will look over our tito^.'U££§$: &: Kid ' • Gloves. S^SISSlHaiidkercliii)|| 'Lined'........ v. Zy ^&0$&0Q?> Kid M i t t e n s . : . ' ^ ^ l ^ ^ £ - 0 $ ^ ^ ^ f i ^ i c .-Kjkl Gloves/.fur^ge'a^ Kid Gloves, elastic w r i s t : ^ i ^ ^ | / i ^ ^ Mocha Gloves and Mittens,: : ^&&: Fur Driving Mittinft^- .:^. » ^3l^t^^ Neckwear. -. • . ^|s'|||||'Silk Pcrsiau Silk Club House T i ^ ^ § l B ( E ? Silk.Teek Scarfs.. .-..:. .y.:.i^Mi':$^0 Silk and Satin Scarfs and l^Jtn^inSiaS H a n d s . . . . . . . . ......v:.'.^ .v. :..:^^^^fe All Silk, and a 50c.Tiefo r:: .^fi|v|^iB The Swellest Tie of the'ae^ijr^Sffi'bSf Gilt Mixed......./...,v^:^.a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 December 1896

BOO K COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS JDEOEMBER 12 , 1896 . NATIONAL: WISE MEN.! \" PRESIDENT^MESSAGE. TIME CALLED IN CONGRESS FOR* THE i SHORT SESSION, . Crowded .'i(vl!rltj and Mtich Activity on thr Oji.-ijlug Il»)•_President VteWlnniV* Fifty-fourth I„^»t Annual Sjrwign tltra.it tit Itotti ' MOUJM'K— Scriie* Uit'i I»W«br»t» W&sbnglon, Dec. 8. ~~ The United States senate began the second session of the ' Fifty-fourth congress with crowded galleries and with that accom- paniment of activity and of greeting that usually attends the re-assembling Of congress, lint the upper branch, of congress never put*? aside Its dignity, and the raw-ting developed no demon- strations or dramatic incident *. The reading of (he president's message 'was the feature o* tie- procsedingH. and be- yond tlibi mi attempt was made to enter upon th«- buiitneswof the: session. To many of the foreign representative.! oeeuplitg tin- diplomatic, gallery the m « i i ge bad .'tpeckt! interna and sign...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 December 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, W4 3„ 1XEC EMBER 12, 18»6. \" » • : H I S T 0 B Y OF A W E E K, '-INTERIOR SECRETARY'S REPORT. Thursday, Dec. S. Mrs. May Yealy, weight 350 pounds, has eloped with Charles Clark, weight 100 pounds, a hired man, from Leba- non, Ind. The editor of the Berlin Franhfurter Zeitung has been fined £0 marks for refusing to disclose the source of se- cret information. A bulldog identified William Thomp- son, a burglar, who was being tried in a'Brooklyn, court. Ebe W. Tunnel!, governor-elect of Delaware, is seriously ill. The Mississippi supreme court has decided that poll tax cannot be collect- ed by levying on property. A bullet proof hospital has been con- structed in Pittsburg for the use of the patriot army of Cuba. Democrats elected six of the eleven mayors of principal Massachusetts cities In Tuesday's election. Professor D. 15. Elliot, head of the Field museum expedition to Africa, has returned to Chicago. The new man-of-war Brooklyn has been acc...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 December 1896

BOOK COUKTY. . JBMOCKA* ^UB€tEON BA^ \" ^^.,:#ECEMBE^ : :i5S* &&&&] DOOfl COUNTY DEM06PT, EnttnA' «t Ae Foul'Office at isturgton: Jtay a* ' geeond eliuifiiatt.tr. : PuHftUcd every Saturday l tlie J. «T. PINKKV- PISrNTING CO. j.-«l. P l J i N K V , R d i i o ' r . '•' - . ' SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.5 0 PER YEAR. 8 T U U O E O N 1 M Y . WIS.. DKC . 12. A k t throug h th e c a m p a i g n , an d u p t o dato, neither II:utu» no r McKhtloy have bee n credited wit h :t single utter- . a n c e against th e groa t trust s an d com- bines, tha t a r e s u c k i n g th e v e r y l i f e blood front th e tolling m a ^ c s . T H K ''tariff is uii issue\" placards of (She 'recent compaig n have all disap - \"puanvl from the public ga/.c. Som e of t h e leaders ar c agitatin g th e propriet y of replacing the m with placards bear- i n g the a p p a r e n t presen t policy of-the 'Republican party , _•**tlies• tariff is no t an • issue.'*-.:•'•'• .• • ^ T i i K / ' h a u n t e d...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 December 1896

DOOK COUNT* ©JBftlOCKAT, STUltGEOK &AV* WIS., XEeEMBE 12 180 6 iROittiRCll •Speech of Cullom in the United States Senate. HE SCEPBrSES HIS COLLEAGUES. 'Before Delivering His Address the Senator Presents a Resolution 'Wliltih Ieclare „Tlmt the Welfares of This JTation le mnnils the Extinction or Spanish Kale in Cuba—Alien I^ind Bill Defeated in the House—Washington News. Washington, Dec . 10.—On the opening •*£ the senate Thursday a motion by Aldrieh w a s adopted that when the sen- ate adjourned Thursday it be until Monday next. The popular interest on •various subjects of legislation wa s show n by the armful of petitions re- ceived b y the petition clerk. The main subjects of petition were for the pass- a g e of the Dingley bill, the independ- ence of Cuba, a n the restriction of im - migration. The coming inauguration of President-Elect McKinley wa s fore- shadowed in a resolution by Sherman -find agreed to, providing for a commit- tee of three senators to be named by the p...

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 — 12 December 1896

ts Ib0K^€dMT ^j^tfC^Ti^^^ 184MS. : ..... .. ... . . . . . \\:o^, MttMim?0fi0^ ^M^MwMn^vmOnti^nle that ushered in the greatest'sale in all, the store history, is a pleasant compliment that 'Door -eountv Belcil^B^S S^SSSS^:\\ ?^ -(.v-':^P^ *u* ? VWiug to the methods that are \"advancing , this store to the forepoint of local retailing. • ^yiYWi^^^^^^^M \" -K-'S:iflpl^ili^pi8 mm. SES ARE NOT are endorsed i n the store's In the store's prices. DiS ^M^ild^aht«ge of our Sweep 'emOut Sale was that it made this store the bargain center for the people. The disadvantage^m^msmmm I h ^ t t l a v e us a lot of remnants, odds and ends, broken sizes in every department. But we do not propose to carry t l i e m ^ ^ i | | i ^ ^iS Miv?S::::/:.:- \\::^n^ you. at regular prices. ' You shall, soon .become the owner of them at your o w n pricey. m^MdW'M&MM&g^B ^^^^^^^mm^mEAU EXACTI^Y WHAT WE SAY. .: V of remnauts in D wm of (1MH) n thoiiHJiiid diiferent remnants andodd lots, consisting 0 1 reium...

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

P O O I t C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U K O E O K B A ^ ^ W I S . , IECE!lttBE I S , 1 8 9 6 * BUS/NEBS CARDS. •f|V A. KGAX, \"-*. . • • D E N T I S T . ..•• Rooms over Haliu 8 Furniture Store, STDRGEOX BAY. WISCONSIN. A H . CHAXtttliK , D E N T I S T . Booms aver L. M, Washburn's Store. STURGEON BAY, WIS. T * B . E. K, .MOKUIS. P H Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N . STURGEON DAY, WIS. Office over Reichel's Drug Store. Residence • Connected by telephone. \"Tnj C, EIJ-IOTI , M. 1 P h y s i c i a n au S u r g e o n . Special attention given to diseases of women, AH ealis promptly attended. Office over Halm's furniture store. SfUR«KON HAY. WIS. '•\":• Supenxitlous About Thirteen.'. \" Augustin Daly, of whoso company Mr. James Lewis was a member for over 25 years, said of him: \"I t is a co- incidence' that he was buried on Sept. 18, for he always had the strongest fear of the number 18 and of Friday. I don't know, that he was a superstitious man in other respects, though, np do...

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

'£-: BOO K COUNTY DEMOCRAT* ^ Awarded Highest Hdhdrs.-Worid'a Fair, Hold Up a Train in the Suburbs 6t St. Louis. THEIR LABOR FOR THEIR. PA1SS. Althoughthe Job Wa* Well rianned Tli«y Hecured So Booty Because They ilPHl Up : the Wrong Truln—Engineer and Fireman on the Clover ]a Line Have u Ihupcratu Kncounter with a Vlctotu Tramp—May It*»ult fatally. At.-Louis, .Dec. 10.—-Six masked men : held up the cannon ball, the through f rif o r r / ^ T -express on the St. Louis, Iron Mount-. MOST PERFECT MADE. ja m ami Southern, which left this city A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free j at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, at from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, i a poir.t about five miles from the Un- ^ 4 0 YEARS THE STANDARD. fon station, in the suburbs. They board- .iu.-UiL.iiJ-„i,J.,ii,.... ....„....,_. —... i ed the, blind baggage a t the. Frisco CREAM BAKING mum. MrtRIN&JN&WS. Navigation has dm( d at Given Bay ..•ie'Sty.'..\". Tlio wrecking tug A. »f. Wright has bee...

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

YOt,. 4. STUKOEON BAY, WIS., SATUKDAY D l C ^ ^ 'N0*Y4S GREISBN. nnstmas Presents •Ks,a-^^.©5fc OF PRACTICABLE WORTH. L O C A L . Clothing... . A new line of Black Fancy Worsted Knee Pasts Suits, iFine all wo«l goods, at . .-,-$3.75 All wool dark gray Cassisnere Suit,.. ...,......$4.00 Large sizes, eleven \"to faairteen years. B o y ' s O v e r c o a t s . . . . - Nice brown Chinchillaagistor, • $4.00 Heavy. Br«wn- UUl^^-.'^v^$jjt,S 0 Hat's a n d Gap!*.... \"vY %#Y \"Y .Y -\\ A new line t the Dunfiip^styler . stiff -Hats,.... '.j^:$ws ^m&m . Fedora H ^ v : , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l a i i f l j Mufflers.... Yonniay get Mufflers at thli. same price we quote theui.-but we want to prove to you that wegive better values. | From 1 5 c to $ 1 . 2 5 . H a n d k k e r e l i i e l k » , . 'There is'nt a thiug in tliis Yline from' 1 c to $l,Ot which \\vsreY4bnt ^heap. .All in plainAiev^ ^^i:^^^a. ^)^a^'|^-. u.res, no n e e d ^ k t a ^ t i ^ | i t i ^ t ^ t i C j u s t look around •'.ii^ttji ^ ^ ...

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

'DOOKCOU^Tr'OE^ 1 '1QPJB^4®BE83PAlS THE WAV MACEO WAS iUREO INfO A OEATI. TRAP. Deliberate Wot by Weylnr, Ahomada and Doctor Zurtuclut to Trnp the tircat Chief- tain aod Kill IIHu Lite a I Jog—!« tail** Of the Alleged i^of. Chicago. Dee . 14. —Th e detailed «evvB that TO sent broadcast over the Country yesterday- regarding the death of Maceo and declaring that he %vas th e victim of a premeditated assassination by the Spaniards and wa s lured to his death, caused a wave of Indignation through thi» country that would only need t o carry the executive with It t o eventuate In war with Spain. There wore? many versions of the story and all o them worn emphatically and •officially denied both a t Washington by Minister D o Lome an d a t Havana. Xater they have lxe denied by an As - sociated T'ress dispatch from Havana which If absolutely reliable* stamps the Cubar.s a s very picturesque and per- sistent prevaricators. The alleged lur- ing of Jlaw u to his death, on the other hand, wa...

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

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBE R 19 , 1800 . A FAIR FARMER. ^ JPanny's going in for farming, And it's not a \"fad,\" she claims. Fanny's pretty, Fanny's charming, With her \"isms\" and her aims. Since she studied agriculture And can tell yon beans from hops She's been hungry as a vulture For all treatises on crops. Fanny's going in for farming, Or she'll know the-reason why. Some would deem my case alarming. No such doleful suitor I. Opposition would repel her. Sooth, I rather like her plan, And I'll call tonight and tell her- That I'll be her husbandman. —Detroit Free Press. THE WEIR IM. The twilight of a November evening •was darkening rapidly into night. A thin, cold mist was falling, condensing into large drops on the naked trees and hedges and dripping thence npon tho muddy road. Tbo mare was tired with a hard day's limiting and plodded along with a springless gait that showed she •Was almost \"beat.\" And her rider, as tired as she, looked anxiously about hi...

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

» P P B COUNTY : »Eta0CBATi -*$J^ knitted at -tki Pott Ojtet at Murgtoh Say an • «»nt ejw imtitr. • •/•• \":\\ Puilthed erefy Saturday .by.tbe.: :: J . •J • VINJtfEXL: P R I N T I N G •:'• C O . Jf- J . PUSiiNt H V i K d t t o r . SUBSCRIPTION PBIC0, S1.SO PBB YBAR. STUBGEON BAY, W I S . DEC. 19. TKOSTS are i#eiiig formed'every day since MeKinlej!s election. New com- binations, of every sort, for placing ad- litioiui burdens upon the farmers and laborers, will be' pemrnsiute'cinder the next administration. HOAUO, or t'ayne, which tvill it be? •The people, of the republican party, in- chiding tiie farmers, want MeKinlcy to award Hoard the agricultural port- folio, while: the bosses, the wire and fmrse Hiring pullers, want I'ayne in the cabinet. Wisconsin can have but one representative in the cabinet. There'll be gnashing of tenth and clashing of forces, whichever ones gets it. NATIONAL Hunk failure* are reported nearlyevery day. Th« plea in nearly every instance is that they \"...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 December 1896

DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 10, 1806^ Most Violent Earthquake Ever Known There. JPEOPtE THROWS INTO A PANIC. .'From Durham to Surrey and from Lon- don to the Welsh Const the Disturbance Is Felt—In the Mining Districts the Peo- ple at First Thought I t Was an Explo- sion—-Cathedral at Herford Injured— One Woman Dies of Fright. /London, Dec. 17.—Great Britain is in the throes of .a genuine and unprece- dented sensation. An earthquake, the most violent ever experienced in this •country, has shaken every shire from Durham to Surrey and from London to the Welsh coast. The subterraneous •disturbance was first noticed at about 5:30 o'clock Thursday morning, and lasted from four to thirty seconds. At many points two distinct shocks were •experienced. The most severe shocks were felt at •Cheltenham, Ledbury and Dean Forest. The earth shaking was accompanied by a loud, rushing sound. Buildings were violently shakrn, furniture was shitted, doors were « irown open and pi...

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