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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 January 1897

fiiiiih.l.... .11...11..1111 ^s^^^if^^^^^^Bi^^i^^^^^^s^^^^^^ j ^|||^|g||ff :g|g *#p£?sS-JtW ^ f ^ s & ^ a f e i i i ^ . ^ ^ w d e w «*•*.':•• • ..•:' ••^'.' vii:£K i fc^ ?K :::--i' £: ^*^it^i)^ V -:A At s'^ w«swj9^U «gl^-oiJ& '••••.• pilil:Oi:l0KiB j our only etusc* was for •omebody to ] I go, and I know life was as sweet to the j ^ ^ f t i i i t 5 * M ^ j about the way the man who flhould go | j. ifwn!Ulinan^ f : J ! b s & v i r^ i tb©'': maB^ii^took: ^% «:few-minutef t^g^-|o^:ti?o acbot to give bis ad? lev whiob wasfdi'dae'to rtd^oaV^a'iag *\\tohWhanake*cb1e^ *4 theeiuttwajfi abd^ tide as hard as be ^^d^bi^w^t^ttdriwbb came juto an ^:i^»^obhbOT0 'tbe other night Witb acme frauds who bad been «bowing him yttile^jn, ^webody ba4 aoggegted a dared^toward -/the ladiao* looking $»* bi^fcfast«Jf ^ ^ ^ l i l ^ W ^ i a tba^lyior the weakes* JKrfbf in :tbeir **#**i-^WWflpgM ** CMHa „ ull „„„mad„BeE raaa B T ,nft lib* toward hi* r i g h ^ ^ ^ ^ make a dash and ride as...

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 — 9 January 1897

$ $ f f l $ $ C ^ BAY WIS,, JANUARY » , 18»7 ^v'-ffi^rBeyOTid the cloeeBees of a•'«b«iW:*Uaw': '.i'-. ^ij^j:'iSfei*»' ' Uke^aaveagw-ibard : enchained ••• bjr • ^gvOart:freer •plrit«ft WWITOS OJCWMW. ' :'•, ' |^77:SejrgJiS hriek walto7anit7 dreary^ ohimneys, r^:S J\". Tte'm^t .^indiMi^:ib»^»_id'^ifliB v •='-.-:. 7^-7: AM3)ato^!iWww« bM^IIVM^grttw^aM. ***'. Beyond nil these in what tranuuU::tT, ' H« BB the skies thatrovew them rust,: cause to send John away on my account Letmegoout toBerviajmyself.'' At first Mother Kathrineoljjected. Then she Bat down and studied over her eUw&hter's proposition, ftptehap* the child was tight It might do her good to eat the bread of strangers, for a little while at .any\\*ate Cj^k^ It did not take Liz long to carry oat her plan. Tho pretty, well behaved girl found service in a small summer resort in the neighborhood. The male guesta took a bit more freedom with the pretty TOeflriasupyioM thei ner mowdofragranoy n *°° K a M « mor e »e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 January 1897

siiiiiiipsiip D O O B C O V N T Y ^ E M O ^ B A T , 8TUKGEON BAY, WIS., JANUARY », I8t j §| • UB»CRtFTION PKIC*. •l.SO P M Y«AK. ^^^^^m^i^'^m of' : thesc^nrnag ||^|it^:$ tfi^ llfihei^^ f.liroitd/ f^*^ gtttw]atiiij/ stated t)ffic«Ai8,::letjtb^retiicm': |^p^[ iii*lt : if /Raises •'were not wrt f/Mir«J i hah .•' kept/. the cr /^ottld.\"keep them. ''• /• |lfejov(lvfor £& .& IBBC-'-./ /: W^fc^Tfa^-IlHnti'ls Sit^ot C ». '|?ivea- notice of v istrertu(al«j» of 10 to 20 per cent, in the //'/Ways ef^te-enipJ'pycfcV./ ,':v.':' ^V /#wy wheel companies, the SWornorM Dnttbn Manufaetui'itig corti- J5 | » a ^ arid XM Dorfiei^: Foundry vutu* ^/•jpstfty, VUotli of tiley«ittndv faH(5(l, and j 3»jipijcslJon is made for areeei ver. 1 tr^e WeHterij Paper Bag company, •IJatayia, IH., was placed in the hands ^ratecoivovio-rfay.' : /•/ '' • :j 3*lic Omaha Saving* Batik failed to v opdaits doors to-«ltty. vt'heClUzous J?tttiotial bank, Miune-. ^apolis* faUetl this itftorooou-\" K^hStehf...

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 — 9 January 1897

0OO*t -C^UKTY l O ^ ^ ^ t ^ * STClMifiaN BAÂ¥V WIS., JANUARY 0^ I W t llliiiliiil pMills Offers ii R^blu^iori ir» th «30X«Kte8S» RIGHT IS ASSEKTEIfc The Resolution Declares That Recognition :, «if the Independence of Cuba Is a tegts- lstlve Function—Senator Morgan Offers £ £ Sa*»ilt.oJte''to the Pacific Railway Bill fc - . tfrbvitUas^for a TBoairrt of Trostees^-Says Washington, Jan. 7,—The senate dis- .posedof much routine business a t the outset of the session Thursday. The petitldhs as to Cuba and for and against the X.oud bill, were exceptionally heavy. ii of the petitions from the Commer- cial club of Chicago expressed approv- SKNATOIJ MILIA al of the present policy of the adminis- tration. Mills, member of the commit- tee on foreign relationsi brought for- ward a new phase of the Cuban ques- ^ tiori by offering the following joint res- olution: Mills* Resolution. ''Resolved, By the senate and house of representatives that theWxpedifency of recognizing the independence. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 January 1897

POOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT, BTUKGKON BAV. WIS., JANUARY » , 18»7. i i i i i i S ^tSu5*w^(KrtBff: S^elV^ J*«rti^iy/iWMi ''&< HI#•'ition |S !^^-.:: lfw**»* :*• th« St**** -Below trad DIM ^0iid:it^y^cotmt of the event that startled ^ ^ i i i i : ' W ^ i ^ t t ' * h u i ^ i w as well asthe eri- 0 ' . S /,:tli^ : prol^J(9nJn thc: tjntted i S^^ *t«t«« ^. -V'^': \\ • :': ': :\"-:'\"-'':-r'-V v./*. '•'':: t, ,:::: . S t :*^rii* Globe-Democrat, arid one of fc^*:-•: • tfce- , b^«t*knowri. hewspaper men in' the'capital 0•y.^i^countiryj.'i»-dead• astfoe'' result of &-fall: 0Xir/«l 26 feet from a eectfrid-story window f K X . ^ hls- ajrmrimenta a t the residence of |iv^ .jM» slster-m-law, Mrs. Kate Manlon^ at' a^/^y^asaT^eitt/Pine-. boulevard.: The body* fi:r- v ':::%hich' was cold in death and clad only ^: ^ '::in':tt night-gown, was dlscrm'red by : , i to* Munlon's csolored man aeryant f l . .-:-ad^ut.-:, 7 oiock Thursday morning. ££J:\"Wafers,' the colored servant, with...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 January 1897

I ^ O K COttNT ^ ^ BAV, WI« M JA^UAU Y 4lv 18«7. •:iTp :: A. BGAN, '•' %yS 00''' /: DENTIST/•••:.:. •\\V'7 Booms OVCT HaHn s Furniture Store, STURGEON BAY. WfSCONSIN. J L H.CHASDIEK , :k^--r-?- '•'••'•• DENTIST. Rooms over L. M. Washburn's Store. STURGEON BAY. WIS. T t R . £ . K. MOKRIS. PHYSICIAN AN D SURGEON. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over Rcichel's Drug Store. Residence Connected b$ telephone. THE BREATH OF HAMPSTEAD HEATH. '.\"1J|7C ELtlOTT, M. O. Physician ami Surgeon. Special attention given to diseases of women. All calls promptly attended. Office over Hahn's furniture store. STURGEON BAY. WIS. HOTELEIX.MAS TKEMOST, H & JOHNSON, Props. \" This hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths. First-class sample Moms,, l-'rce 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates S1.00 and S1..V) per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. BAY SHORE HOTEL. A. J. FELl.NER, Prop. First Class acco...

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 — 9 January 1897

ftilllllff lifiii Holders of Real Estate Must Es- tablish Ownership. , *r«op» to Proceed Aftalnat Thtoe Not Com-. • ^jplyfloar with tfao Order Wltl.lu tl f«s- •-.•-•Mrt&tsd Tliiie—Storlc* of:Feairta! Atroel- ^ ta*-:'^ibML.. l»y. ».M«jwb«rV.«(r'.tho Havana Prodncii EicchafiBo Just Arrlrrd in N'ftr V Tfotk—Kx-Congro**n«n' Slain. . '.vvlttyana, Jan. 7.~TJnder date of to- : ^yvCaptaln General Weyler has Issued *nothcr«dfct, giving onjers that with- in ts period of eight days ult owners of : tJjfrieetitteB,managers and tenants in '-lb* pfrpvinceit ofPihar del Hio, Hav- ana and Matanzas shall appear before* the mayors of the nearest fortified town and present a pelIce passport and doc- ument •.'••proving'- their ownership and payment of their last taxes. They must thaw • : the number of hands employed by them, withpolice documents to prove encb The-Ke papers being found In order, they will be Allowed to.return upon xhowlngihelr certificates and doc- uments to the troops whic...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 January 1897

'i^0i:^S0iSS^&$$$- mom$* STURGEON BAIT, WIS., SAT^ W^'MltlM Judge Mtisse held a special term of county court Tuesday. The infant child of Mi\\ and Mrs. F/I, Fleck is recovering from its recent very severe illness. Roy. D. -C. Savage preached at the M. E. church last' Suuday evening to a crowded house. MAKKIED—Abraham L. Haskcl and Miss Jennie Delare, by Justice Dehos, Saturday evening, Jan. Oth. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Gattie are happy. It's a girl, and came to gladden heir* hearts and house last Sunday morning, PBRSONfSL. David Decker was at Menominee Tuesday. • • - ' - . ' • Walt. Youngs, of Ahnapee, was in the city this week. Herman Simon has secured work for the winter at Milwaukee. Hon. Henry Overbeck and wife left Monday for Madison, Wis.\" Ed. Deffoe, of Jaeksonport, was in the city on busiucss Friday. { Mrs. Olinger is still very low from the effects of her dreadful disease. Hon Henry Hagemeister, of Green Usy, was in the city the fore part of the Collars a n t f C U ^ ^ •...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 January 1897

iiil^p^§^Pjj^^l^^iS^^^iM^^^^ m l l ^S^^^-S'XS '.''I'S '*:FY: ,* :'\". • ..\"YY' Y\"'Y: . Y* •hie ' r .iv,v.,^ j i j l p ^ !?-Y |3ltf*|^»i',»af:IWMJ^* yputhif jrtrta, . .._.id «ich stale copy to Corlnns. . -. B»ir^»^*uiBe4 t - fee* toftrtWiir swore, /^IIMS flupkcy kicked him throofih tbo door, '~^^^ii^^%!^^'^ii^egachw'a!r'-: .•'••\"• ,Y^:I*!6tthl expjrtlo.and invent! othewr Where rlii Beeembur n)»rrlo May ft^|^^ii»'*1))^'wiil»-tijeJif Rrandnjotbers, And love through open windows flying, Where honor t»*uec to frtl a Htab VY ^^:*^^^:festt j»l0Mo in dyi8(f. '•:' 'afirii'^vi:}:itxHmit''«toii charms compared Y YiljtbBito^ irirfeasbhstrioaie A**idd«»%':Terry, Bernhardt, Bftfrd : Y !(^Ball«v* JM«, (hl» J» not iroftic}. ^SBfejr wajtnot fat npori their hrt, :Y'-J(f« ytm wjint to Snow why— f5 the part/ ^ : ^ ^ » JH*^*r«g flijgHftta 4orot.\" V K3^ i^:ofhaturo- will explain: Y^il^':'IINftU»^jitr)vo]itodi8(:u8»it-Y If *»» nball triKlfm through mire and rain, Y YOT treat b...

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 — 16 January 1897

JPJSJI^ ie, 169*. ?S??jfe.'. Stories soifJi^iKBiWfwpifc1-\"^ • - George D. Prentice •tfasra^remarkably • ^andid/ man, iHjtolrattbn v'df'-:' :whidhv'M/ given Jn-''the '^e^Qto^:«rlijiiBh. follow but these are only a few of the hundreds •'to be told:\", ••^. ' V.v ^'S/^O^-'' Once when coming onfc c»f a pnblio •bnildiog in ioniffville he was about to pass through a double door which open- ed both -ways. Like the sensible man he was liei started to posh at the door bali onliis right. A young man coming from thojppbsite directioni.w'as'.: pushing at :iho aame do«rV being bia own left. -SrentiGe lost patience, arid throwing vlmnself with all his might against the \"ioat it flew open and the young man -went sprawling on the mosaic floor AsBisting the youth to arise^ Prentice Jreinarked:' 'Take my advice^ my sou. Keep to the right in your way/through ' • life,: and yotfll never run against any- body but a blamed fool, and you needn't apologize to him,\" /•' : - ^ WUi&\\H'ayB/ihe'fampn...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 January 1897

isss^^^PiiiiiiiiPiirtfiiiii^^KiHi^tti ^|^^ft: 8'Vir potJtikble^fiwt :that::wlieh ' |{bMf^embpr^ •jfc^^utiipa t republican headquarters ^itel K} • ' ' - ^ „ ^ ^ i ^ ' ' ' - -\"- :\"r'-' U*0K8f..S H, JBttCKSER #ays that the ::\"MWjgi#vJg6!ci Standard democratic party - ^ - t h e :orily ileroocralic party there Is. tjeni Bnc1ti[ier Sis off his base, or in his Tiris ^Chicago Irishman was right //wheDtiabsdni^.McKSoUiyontiiCMtriiHSt arid ttihg told thatbb w*&< the advance agVntofprosperity, said, •'Bejabbers. thhi he'sthraveling a long, ways ahead » hlsshoW^'' r O N t y n u u i states were represented in J h b Mingle gold standard doui, love feast held at Chicago'.last week. It was pre- «Hiu(?d to be national, hut was merely a twiglomoratiob of gold and conceit, with a possible predoioiuanee of either, CirtBES IUv f* basing its claims for a government building on an increase of population of 4,412 f loin IMlRi to -18515. However, they didn't take the trouble to explain to. t...

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 — 16 January 1897

bWK vplJNTlr to I*»Ti iiiiiiiiiii Senatorial Candid Consults His Adherents^ LATEST siws OF THE CONTEST. tThc AH-Nlght Conference and Kuinors £ 3Sb»t: tfae:'Kladden ^rce»':.Aro Wav. ring Futs the tlu«n Followers In Good Hn- mor-John C, Bpooner Becelvea a HigU ^Mtmor. \"it .-the: - Bands of \\the • Wisconsin :I«gl»latnre—Name for Senator. •...' \\ • Springfield, Ills., Jan. 14.—Senatorial jinatt^R* appear to be in bedlam cpnfu- «}oh. Rumors of withdrawals of cer- •talh. candidates and counter rumors ^er e flying thick and fast about the lobbies of the Iceland from almost day- break. \"Ehe chief:topic discussed was the all-night conference held by Mar- tin B. Madden's leaders in Room 203. It began late Wednesday evening and it was near daylight before it ended. :Dr. T. N. Jamieson, Congressman Lor- iiner and K. R. Brainerd were there from start to finish. There was never more than a dozen present at one time end all night long messengers kept run- ning for members of the legisl...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 January 1897

^•illiiiliiii|: s?®3g^ ffiSpi^M^^ JOHN' ig:5i::., ::v2fWfc^ WWMAI(E«$ A t WORK. 0fnot«Uo(Pr(K)«eaitK#f the Senate ana - ,' WaShirigt0o,- :Jaft ^^-The.aenat*.,ye&.\" ':tipi!^y'': as ta Cuba, and for and against the Loud bill, amis Introduced a resolution declaring it the right of congress to recogniza hew governments, recogniz- ing the Cuban republic, arid appropriat- ,.,, ...... •„. „„ „ , ing *10,00u forftminister at the capital W^hlnston, Jan. lS,~-8ecretary Ol- j thereof. A number of bills at minor in- i ^ tn %«ia.« of the United States, and ^ r ^ H a i v Pauneefete on the part t»f A$ttM»tBritain,yesterda affixed their ^ ^ a t u r e g to a new treaty by which, ^ * j A ierrn of five years, the two Kng-. l i ^ ^ e ^ k to abide in j»eae and without resort to arms, all l»ds«ible nuestions of controversy being inferred bu a court of arbitration with I the:single exception that neither nation ] surrenders its honor or dignity to the I judgment of arbitration. Later in th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 January 1897

1K C O U N T * D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , J A N U A R Y 1 « . 181)7. \\rp ::A. •EGAS, I :.'f.:- '.'•.' DENTIST.\",, '' ,,- -:.:yl S Booms over HaUns Furniture Store, .•••'- STURGEON BAY, WlSCCftfSIKf. %^i: :&0:DENTIST. M \\,r\\ Booms over 1^ M. \\Vashtourn\"a Store, V',•??:••••ri, .STURGEON BAY, WIS. '• T%K.K- MORRIS../ J^IIYSICIAN AN D SURGEON. STURGEON BAV, WIS. Office over Retchel's Drugstore, Residence , v Connected by telephone. TPjT C. ELLIOTT,to. Physician and Surgeon. Special attention given to diseases ot women. All calls promptly attended. Office over Halm's furniture store. STURGEON BAY. WIS. HOTKi. TKEMOST, UEILMAN & JOHNSON, Props. This hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very best ot accommodations for the traveling public. Hotthing •nd cold water baths. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates 81.00 and $i.&0 per day., J . STURGEON BAY, WIS. BAV SHOJU5 HOTEL, ...

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 — 16 January 1897

D O O B C O C N T i r D B M 0..\"A'* STURGEON BAY. WIS., JAKUARY 16 , 1807 Milii usands of Bombay People §D|i4l:^0»!fcS .lJC: •• : TMIT SyTREETS. /::^/l^y:4 0W :'Cii» «e: JPonnd «o f'.^^^^f^Awmi'^ Ihc Corp«e» for Interment J -:',|{ : ^^.'\"C«iiiiet«|'l«» 'Sow Filled,' ia -OWM* / H::^i{i#j^^ /..//jpl*: Kncaraped at ' • A»dherJ~-»»eI« and :/ -//'» i ^ w i DtAerted -t-wrlbtc HituatIon, , ::'::-{+}:'t&mbty,: Jan. il.—Over half the pop^The X ./^'/ :iariwit/ 900.060, haa Wed from th e •//jflaJstieW-and ' the . : erstwhile crowded • ': /»tr%ets/docki«, - and bazaars ore not ree- j iosrn^i^ft- Buglm'ss In piece Roods, :- '::\\fi%kerir /iM4''hardware''!^ at ft stand- still and ihe money lenders have van- i«hctl, Yhe courts are -dcitftr'ted. and the ^judKes and jfflelal have gone to a JimHhitT clime. Jviany of the native . / dttetprp, trraduatea of the college, have /./•fled, and fhoBij remainMs: refuse to at- •/ jiend plague eastjBa, m, when they doat- / //tend thsm, ....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 January 1897

Wo&& STURGEON BAY, WIS., S A ^ R B A Y JANUARY 23, 1897. .-'^liWe sell for cash and are enabled to take advantage of all dis- fcotmts aiid low prices offered during these\"panicy\" times. The ^ffeetis obvious. We can undersell others. LOCAL. MACKINTOSHES^ : . J Our spring stock is here. . Men's black wool Tricot, box coat... i.. . • ••• • • •••-\" • • $5*00 Men's finest all wool serge, box coat.... • • • • • $10.00 Men's extra heavy driv- ing coat....... . • • •••\".. • • • - $4.50 Men's Heavy diagonal Sape coat. . . . . . . •• •••••-•V$2.50 M^ cape coat.. . . . . - . . . . . . $5.00 & A D I E S ' •- , , ..-'' Double texture, double ... detachable cape mackintosh $2.75 Ladies' single cape mack- intosh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$.250 Misses' single eape'mack- intosh....... .•...' .. - . . • • • $1.90 Th' above are all war- rantee io give satisfaction. Any- thing cheaper is of inferior grade and will not wear. BRESS GOODS. Yon can't pass our store without ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 January 1897

wlmt ^0^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^i^^^ •:i:^^ ji»l»»ta^!?'.'W*i*'has tx«n arranged ..: ...- ' 2^t#**t*tii» .iiiiaJk'MiJ''—yes and Horryt ? a f e ^ f e * e 9 l r i i i l j i B must have changed— : M n | p ^ ^ : ^ a ^ - * U f v , to marry! -:*•. ? y B*n^ a » d : y o u ^ • • i*x,i w»teMt«ittd,'}* feted ' • • •': \"^ l»(^ /iik eyo^'th»:dfiadly : tnoTO ••. ••'.'. ^ ^ ^ i ^ l O s u s i »11 by which ym*n mated. i3^ :taoii*«l» I meruit) for yen,-.toy friend, •':: ^i'M^frtdr».*W'i»6t:fQryott alin» v ^AJiwdtewtorofffiyowfl? ' •••:.:.•-:• :::fe 16»e* bti«sfinsftnity-' . .'... Which Witt* al! of twf Shall no men V*,\"MM«d«r*(uriBl«'Kato .•'..- \"'.''\\Vntf.tiifm4V'frin.foR^^«ffwm8toDe«'' i cannot -definitely state. X*t me .«ht*w»t you in advance! Jb u«kfct»tvn mnM whom I hliall woo, Before yon have ruductid Vno to A »snii-irnb«yiI condition. : 1&»«n, «n*otti« fragrant summer ere, Uivow that J'Oti ttlr'J -qaito-di vino And ,n*k j'oet ttimpiy to .tstlfov®'.., ,'• •&...

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 — 23 January 1897

i I ) p 0 B CCWKT Y : I ^ O C R ^ ?&:• •fThere it is again,'' groaned Chump-1 MI never refuse the plea of a teggar, V i Iey.\\7 \"This'ti^ fing in safe, Thatfellow*s making life a long and dismal nightmare for me.-.'•'' •^••^Whatis^ i \"Sauae as it's been half a dozen other tinieB-^B. HiSObti&ipieX':^4kbt.-''JD'''an- pother desperate criaie my name, my inltiaift, i fi l bet there are thousands of people using that man's record in mak- ing np mine. Every once in awhile I piqfc np a paper to read that Fve whipped • myiwife, though I never bad such an \" Yoa must not use hiy name and adver- tise me as a philanthropist, for I am not. It is simply a matter of necessity with me. I am obliged to give some- thing to every beggar, or I could not sleep at night. I made a bad mistake once, and I would rather give occasion- ally to the unworthy than to ever deny assistance to the worthy, v • ! \"Onoe upon a time I was in St Louis on business. It Was winter, and yon article raised a chec...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 January 1897

lls!! ill :^?j*|$^ %||||ti!^'ii •UBSCWIPTiOM PHICE, $1.50 PBR YEAR. t% ' :T|*iKAbridge across this bay, just as it !»Wntl8 lo-rtay, is cheajicr for the tax jpayem than i t ever will he under aiiy thereoiHlitions, •'.T&F-i'iitfee money 'belonging to the IJaiied States, more than one-third of it Is stored in the vutilt* * tiio Now York banks and trust companies. That is the iixi&itto'-which money bug strings have beeu loosened since the election of Mc- Kinfey. Money was to be invested and put into circulation freely immediately, after election if tin bimetalisis were beaten % the .single gold standard operators. Well, the gold i w ivon, arid presto change, the result ah, yes, the result is ten times worse than they |romis« us it would be if Bryan was :i?k*c:t. :•- * : TMfc'fdk*win from an exchange is it)U'«*,U))g reading \"The Mexican lierald \"geta\" back'1 at that portion of r he American press which before elec- tion' was holding Mexico up as a fearful •example in thi.«...

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 — 23 January 1897

DOOlt COUNTY B ^ O C l ^ T , STUKGEON BAY, WlSi, JANUARY 23, 1807. fflliNlE ^Probability That Republicans Will Control the Body* -COMPLICATIONS ARE REDUCED. 'Wlientlu! Senate Meet* In March There IX-tU Be at least Two Seat* on the Item- ocratio Side CuflUed—Republicans Will :.. \".' 'XlMsirHa»e One-Half the Entire Mem- -bershlp—tottg Flffht lu Prospect in South Dakota. \"'•' '':• Washington, Jan. 21.—The re-election •of Senator Frichard and the Improved prospects of the election of a Republi- can senator in Kentucky, seem likely to reduce materially the complication re- garding the Republican con trol of the seriate, and may result in their having a h absolute majority in that body. Jpritchard*s election insures the Repub- licans forty-three votes in the senate, and the election of a Republican from Kentucky, which now seems probable, would bring their total vote up to for- .ty-four. With all the seats filled, there would be ninety members of the senate, and tne Republicans would l...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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