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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 August 1893

CHAPTER VIII — CONTINUED. 'Wherefore do you intrude here? Have rou no respect tor the sanctity of the pres- ence ot death?\" Aaron Annua, you will yield yourself to the law's agents,\" answered Peter Alex- iefT. \"On -what charge?\" demanded the old un.\" , \"On the charge of wilfully slaying one\" of the Czar's subjects. Byname • \" \"Samuel Skavronsky,\" put in Pavloff, as his chief paused. •Samuel Skavronsky, an honest mou- jik,\" continued the chief, \"I slew him in self-defence,\" answered Aaron, drawing himself up, and looking proudly defiant, as ho faced Alexieff \"Mayhap it was so,\" said AlexiefF, \"an d should proof be forthcoming of that, then will you be free again. But I am the ser- vant of the law, and my duty must be done.\" . . , ' : ' ' . . At the*e words Aaron grew wrathful, and his eyes blazed with the flaming fire of up- rising passon. \"How comes it, sir, that you have only thought of your duty now?\" he asked. \"Had you done your duty earlier those of my people...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 August 1893

• a tutriw . !\"!•(• lrian.-vgf'iiirtiit a.«suro j Cord • . wood continues to g o to th e i v,h(» attend. Uotitl«r markets from E g g Harbor, IN T4i£ COUNTY. SEVASTOPOL . ] Th e state vett-rhiary surgeon- wa s here o n Saturday and pronounced glanders the ailment of the horse recent- ly quarantined, belonging t o Henry JJohde. This decision on the pari of the state veterinary in in itself the death warrant of the afflicted animal, and o n Monday the animal wa s shot. Mr. Kohde paid Slitf.OU for the horse one year ago. and can illy afford, to lo*e it. Other animals in the town will shortly he quarantined iinh's-. there !«• sni ihnnediate signs 'of imjiroveninit. in their condition. Tim potato crop is i.eyond help ami will be a light » thing. There is to hall to-night. a good lime t The corn crop* in this' town is a good one thi* year. It's an HI win d that Wows nobody good, and those of our farmers who planted » l a r g e acreage of corn reaped lH-nelit from tlio early drouth,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 September 1893

WOh. I. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPT. 2,-1893. SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under thiv ha will ! 'Inserted r*.r two «• n per line fiicli insertion. every lsina of ju! \"WiiJiiti .'. promptly ami ill•n-ivsonaliie rates. orders to this oftlco. that \\v. do n. wt!y. and Send your quire'of Henry Jans *e. cheap, en- m hallsalooa. and cheaiie. JobPriutingis.it th yboily toknow ihat tho best place in l.)n county to pet e. 'Semi your orders. one and one good working orde lie ho!--t til hers power engine, and • power ooiler, In this office.' town of Kf.'tr llarhor.! either with or without improvement Louts Fritsehlcr. Sturgeon Hay. Wis improved farm in U-lty property. Address horse power boiler and engine, complete and ready to run to full capacity. Call on-or address, Plnney & Shepard. Sturgeon Buy, \"Wis. -U.v u. W. Allen, of this city, •*t forties for u fruit furm In the county: and it is worth while to remember that Door county is, and is to be, the trult region of Wisconsin...

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

SPEAKS FOR HIS BILL. Senator Voorhees Addresses the House on the Finan- cial Question, Upper STRONG WORDSON BIMETAL ISM Intliarr-i's Orator Ii-line III* I'oMition o n l.ho Meaftiiron In C'oii(fre»»—A Fle a for Libera l Pensions —Tribute to . W.ISHJNUTOX , 1 C , Aug . 22.—Senator V o o r h e e s , of Inrliunn, addresse d t h e S e n a t e to-day in suppor t of th e m o n e - t a r y l.»i!l reporte d bv th e finance com- m i t t e e o n Friday . Mr. Voorhce* draft- e d t h e measur e an d it will doubtles s l.H'.ar hi s n a m e . T h e fact tha t t h e elo- q u e n t Hoosier Senator was to speak on the. .financial question was sufficient to, Attract a large, audienc e to.the (.-handier a n d t h e galleries were well filled. Senato r Voorhec.s raid tlistt while th e i'idni, unbiased juh)i opinion of a great majority of th e America n people, irre- spectiv e of parties, had justified th e ac- tion of th e Presiden t in c o n v e n i n g trie ixtr session, t h e causes for th e actio...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 September 1893

i^,* ^ f^/' % CHAPTE R X . - C O X T I X C E D . Once there tliey may, by secret orders, conveyed in a letter seated with tlie arms of the Czar of All the Russias, beshot, strang- led, poisoned, or drowned in the lake. Th e penalty ol breaking tHis seal by anyone ex- cept the person to whoui the letter is ad- dressed is death. In this hideous place are oubliettes—that is, dungeons where prisoners are confined who are to be forgotten and lost to th e World, although living. Such prisoners are fed on the most meagre of diet. They hear r.o sound and see no living thing, :or their food, such as it is, is thrust in to them through a trap door. No light save th e glimmer of a small lamp, which is allowed to penetrate from th e outside corridor, reaches the dismal dungeon, an d th e pris- oner loses nit account oi time, -knowing fiot when it is day or wheu it is nfcht. A t ast he oecomes imbecile, an d is slowly starved to death. Let it be remembered that this horrible place is n o more fa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 September 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered al th( ponfoffice at. Sturgeon Buy, as • -second'clans matter. .••PUBLISHED WEKKLV BY P I N N E Y &'. S H E P A ' R D , Kilitors and .Proprictorx. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, S1.50 PER YEAR. 8i'j:ciAi. XOTICIK. AH persons* siddveKMnsr pommur.irutioiis to the DOOR COUNTY DKMOCHAT, wii address the puMislRT/i and not the p u . Always addn.^s ns fo'llows-: PI.VNEY ic HHKt'.MlI). I'libJislU'r.-., ' StUT[?c(.iti I5:iv. Wi.« STUKGEO'N' BAY. WIS., SEP STATK Of* WISCONSIN. BY Till-: GOVKIiNOU. Speaker Crisp, of the House of Repre- sentatives, hasappointed Congressman Barnes as a member of the committee on Rivers and Harbors. This is one of the most important, of the congressional committees. Congressman Barnes al- ready stands high among his co-workers in congress as his appointment to it place on this committee! testifies.— Mj-r.*hji:ld News. When Senator Sherman learned, hciw the house stood.on the repeal matter he gave notice thai he would address the •\"\"'•\"\...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 September 1893

V-SHAPED An 5CRAPER . Drainage Implement for -Slaking Cheap mid Easy. Mak e a V-shaped scraper p u t o f t w o heav y planks , an d o n th e l o w e r ridg e of o n e bolt a s t r a i g h t pieee of steel t o ac t like th e h m d side of a p l o w . O n the lower edge of t h e othe r bolt a steel share, B . After h a v i n g driven stake s w h e r e th e ditch is t o he , cu t a furro w w i t h a two-horse plo w o n eithe r side of t h e m h u t five feet from them . Hav e t h e V-shaped scrape r follow t h e plo w an d shove th e soil furthe r out . L e t th e team s go dow n a n d back until/ t h e cente r i s reached, whic h result s i n a deep, dead furrow. \\ / \" .-, ?•• • T h e n le t t h e plo w b e g i n thi s tim e only thre e feet from th e stakes, a n d re - pea t t h e process. \"When t h e trench, i s finished i t will b e fifteen 4 t w e n t y feet wide, slipping easiiv.to|.^&|Center, wher e i t should 1 b e n e a r l y ^ ^ e ^ feet deep. L a n d laid off i t i &a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 September 1893

BOOR COUNTY'DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINJTEY & SHEPARD - Publishers. IFATE OF THE BIG WHITE CITY. Buildings of the World's Fair to\" Be. Tom Down After the Exposition. CHICAGO, 111., Aug. 23.—The fate of the White City when the World's Fair shail have closed has been decided on. The beautiful white buildings of the exposi- tion are to be sold as junk. They are eoon to be advertised and knocked down to the highest bidder. About the only thing of future use in them is the iron and steel arches and timbers. I t is thought that not more than 11,000,000 can he realized \"from the auction. The most expensive buildings will probably bring the least money. The manufactures and liberal arts building, which cost $1,600,000 and which haB $.00,0o( in it in arches alone, will of necessity, it is believed, be given to the man who will tear it down and carry the debris away. The magnitude of the undertaking will be realized when it is. stated that each arch contains twenty- carloads of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 September 1893

SEVERAL PERSONS SHOT DEAD Troops Called Out in a Spanish Town to Put an End to a Riot. M A D R I D, Aug. 28.—fbe old city of Saragossa, capital of th e province of that name, was the scene yesterday of a serious riot growing out of the dissat- isfaction of th e spectators at a bull iigh t with the character of th e performance. A bull that had bee n driven into the aing refused despite the efforts of th e bauderilleros to display spirit enough to make the fight interesting. The spectators demanded^ that another bull be furnished as a victim for the toreador, but the managers of the ring refused to replace the spiritless animal. The crowd in attendance then rose en masse, smashed the seats, tore the doors from their hangings and set live to the material which they had piled in the bull ring. Tlie lire was extinguished by the bull ring attendants and the' mo b the n be- gan to riot outside the bull ring. The police attempted to disperse them an d were greeted with a volley of stones. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 September 1893

IN T«E COUNTY. with a final push, which springs you back to your first kneeling position. Remain erect on your knees while you can count one, two, three: then repeat the .same motions as before at a rate EGG HARBOR. The woods echo with the voices of the berry pickers. In the general varie- ties of fruit our peninsula is blessed j gradually increased,from fomr or five to with abundance. The recent rains have so much bene- fited the pasture that there is ail increase in the yield of milk so the cheese mak- ers say. mable -oine CURIOUS AND INTERESTING. T HE inhabitants of the Solomon isl- ands believe that cyclones are pro- duced by the flapping wings of some t monstrous invisible bird. . A CURIOUS superstition prevails in fifteen times in a minute, and continue j N o r w a y . W h e n people are in quest of thus this bellows movement with the a drowned body they row to and fro same regularity that is observable iii J w ith a rooster in a boat, fully expept- the natural motions of bre...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 September 1893

VOL. I. STIJRGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1893. lloSil SPECIAL COLUMN. y Advertisements under this head wiU be Inserted for tw o ci isU per line each insertion. •VtTANTED.—Exerylioiiy t• know that we do »» every kina of job nrhitini , tioatlv,and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office. \"\"•OR SALK.—Good work l.orse. cheap, en- 'quire of Henry Jan«en itnper:i hall saloon. Wand ANTED—Everybody to know that the best cheapest place in Door county to gel Job Printing Is at this ottUv. Send vour orders. F OR SALE.—A one horse power engine and one and one half horse power boiler, in KOod working order. Call at this offlce. I^OK EXCHANGK.—Good improved farm in town of Ejin Harbor, for j.'ouit city property, either with or without improvements. Address Louis Fritschler.Sturpreon Uar. U'i~. FOR SALK.—*HW, cash, buys a first-class two horse power boiler and engine, complete and ready to run to full capacity. Call on or address, Pinney & Shepard, Stunrro...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 September 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . H S ' S E Y A S E E M E D - Publishers. SARMA HELPLESS AT SEA. Loyfjov, Sept. 1.—AH an%iety tonch- tng the rteamwiip Samja j * now re- lieved. She ride* :» &r town. .Trailing rvehlfH MTontfividian', whb-h to THIRTEEN MET DEATH. iCLEVELAND IN WASHINGTON.! BR GRAVES SUICIDES. TROOPS SENT TO THE FRONT.! 3 I A R I X E N E W S . hie accident to th'r - I* , Boston (A: ASXny at .Spnngfie'.d -'it hr'A'jt: east of Chester The bridge r.'.V.ixx.:-.*-A b through Into .the river h persons met instant d . a.*f. m ex pre?s !*o. v Haiirosd, dne i io o'clock, w o n d r&S'rosd •: r Shi* afternoon. letting t h e . l r a t nj5 * ' « r * « * \"ow. .''Thirteen th and many S fi.'. OVCi *tea«iship r to port, i let go :her harl/or at 8 transpires J row the re- t-rft tba? oii' Aij^uftt 4, o v. r. the S'hain-i in 'J ihX morning, port* of her which Was Friday nearly a tj.ontJi. ago, the .KarroVs thrh. »h»ft snapped and che Jay ti.ri* disabled for' two d...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 September 1893

•X- FATE OF THE BOLD EXPLORER Emin Pasha, the- African Traveler, Killed by -Natives and Devoured. J O.\\T.ON\\ Sept. 4.—Fmin Pasha, the noted African explorer, has boon slain. The reports of his death are now con- firmed. But not only was the intrepid traveler killed, but his body was cooked and eaten by the tierce natives of the interior of Africa. All doubts that have prevailed as to the death of F.min are get nt rest to-day by information pos- sessed bv A. J. CAMP WILDER THROWN OPEN. Formai Dedication of the Homo of tfte Vets at Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Sept. 4.—Camp Wilder \"- was formally dedicated this afternoon with patriotic evereiseg in the presence of a great crowd. Gen. Harrison and Commander AVeis- eert made the principal ad- • dresses. Gen. Harrison's house will_ be headquarters for several distinguished visitors. Col. A. M. Jones, of Chicago, Gens. ]S\"oblo and Kusk and WISCONSIN NEWS. •winn a missionary, , ex-Senator W. J. Sewell of New Jersev d in who for te...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 September 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT.LA f rJ 5e 'l1™^?\" Enured at m pono^ a, sturg^ Hay, « i ?There's™n'o , C I * * ™ * w \" ieeoh'l claxii matter. ' Pi. HUSHED WKKKLY I5Y P I N N E 1 Y & S H E P A R D . Editors an d Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, Si.5 0 PER YEAR. Sl'KCIAt. NOTICE. , All pf.-rso'ris Et'.2re*sin: cwir.ayriit.niot.!* to the IJOOH. CorsTY 1H K ICKAT. v-tii nlcisy address I i- pu'oiislif.rs fu. i not thv pj-«:r i!c..v.-. PlWi.v •- SHEPAT:I». Punish.TS. Stii.%'r-:-..a Buy, Vi STURGEON BAY. W I v. VA ! 1%:?:\\ •^Q'. -• \". .' - - • - •-—. - '•- • •••-•,• •• - . — EDITORIAL. s adjusted the tariff. need of» th*ew*»»cl Fal Kiver cot- ton miller availing to .see about the tariff. There's no tariff on cotton, ami tlK-y have the entire borne market to themselves.-—fanextjilliz Recorder. assert- The Mactoh factory full next week. will resume in ilM.'ll T h e organ s better g o : iiig thatJud*. Loehren, pension com - i mis-douer, ej-vi- .six month s only: they ' will have to b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 September 1893

-\"53 HANDY M,OLE TRAP. \\ Pevlsnd by the I,nt«5 Orange ,liul Thirty- I One Yours A~t j IJor tlie benefit of a number o f iri- j quiring\" readers w e reprodnoe the follow- | ing illustration an a description pub- ' lished b y Mr. Orunpe. .ludd i n th e ! American Agriculturist :'!1 years ago: | An upright piece A lx-.5 inches, and i}^ \\ to 3 feet long-, sharpened s o a s to be j driven firmly into the ground, sustains j a heavy oak block B, attached t o it by | two wooden clamps c. which allow it to j slide with great freedom up and down. ! Nailed o n the block is.a cross piece i j 10 inches long and 2 wide, which ha s at each end tw o stout wires inserted a n I inch apart and made very sharp. Th e 1 block B, is sustained in a n elevated po- | sltion b y th e piece E , which passes through the upright just far enough t o catch upon th e block when i n th e po- sition show n in th e cut. I t i s held i n this position b y th e piece F Q. i n on e end o f which, a t F , notches are...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 September 1893

NEWS PARAGRAPHS. .'•' POLICEMAN GEORGE MURPHY was shot dead by a circiiB employe at Martin's Terry , \"O. Albert Lee, colored, was Utoned to death at the same time by cir- cusrnen. ANDREW WILLIAMS, night operator at tli« Mobile & Ohio Railway station at Columbia, III., was shot by a tramp, who entered the depot for purposes of robbery. WAUK CANNON: and George Bowers were hanged at Laurens, 8.. ('. Oscar Johnnon and Henry Kwing at lierkley, K. ('., and Ah Lo Doon, a (.'hinaman, at San Hafsiel, Cal. Gov. LKWKI.I.INO, of Kaunas, denie s that the. Hughes eourt-martial lias ren- dered a verdict, and Kays that when one is reached it will not be given out except through him. Gov. FJ-OWEK, of New York, has com- muted to life imprisonment the sentence . Edward ieogban who was to have be«n executed at Hing Sing prison for Wife murder. Geoghan is said to be in- sane. K. M. Doswi.nsox, president of the de- funct First National Malik of Marion, Kas., and Secretary of the Union Trust Compan...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 September 1893

@&W£ CHAPTER XII. : t i r THE HOUR OF RETALIATION. Before Rachel reached Moscow the Chief of the Police ha d so far recovered as to be' able to resume his official duties. But h e was terribly disfigured, and over his sight- less eye he wore a closely fitting dark green shade. Although he did not know it then, a cabal had iormed against him during his illness with a view ol ousting hi m from of- fice. H e was not considered n successful man, and in no country in the world is non- success regarded'with such contempt as it is in Russia. Hut apart trom this, as' all people know who have been in Russia, every official, no matter what his position is, is bound to have u host of enemies, for the plums of oilice are so coveted, an d there is so much eliquism and intriguirfa, tbat jealousy is rampant, and the man who is your sworn iriend to-day will become your bitterest foe to-morrow ifyou are elect- ed to office. Peter^AlcxiefT, however, might have liv- ed down all this had it not be...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 September 1893

IN T-HE COUNTY. JACkSONPORT. The scow Sassascys- loaded wood at LeMcreVdock on Tuesday. The schooner Pride loaded wood it Reynolds dock on Monday., Thrashing is -well under way and the yield of grains is proving to he very- poor. A. Wohltniann vs. Christian Hermann. | F O REIG N FACTS AND FANCIES Action on account stated. Verdict for j * plaintiff for $349.18. i BCLOARIASlegislators get three dol- Joseph Zettle vs. Alvin Ban.man a a!, i l a r 8 .' a A a y salary, which, however is Action for lo- tires. Settled. Defendants pay plain* i oflrt.iWingshvnc B lipentii,0j-oiicitaf, !if a u n l e s s t h e y a r e Present a t » * » * c ] i . Three new members were fall connection at the M. last Sunday. Mrs. P. (J. Hihhard, of Rapid River, Mich., transacted luisiness in this town during last Saturday. Sonic of our citizens had the county seat this week, session of circuit, court. Jack Frost lias' nipped i the more tender vegetation back ft lid nwav from the lake, T_'» -Li5K-»:a~-.- ft is...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 September 1893

VOL. I. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEP/T. 10, 1893. NOW&ii SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under thin head will be Inserted for tw o cents per Hue each insertion. \\t[ANTED.—Exerybody to know that we do »» every kino, of job iirintint promptly ami at reasonable rates orders to this office. atly, and end your and cheapest place in Door county to pet. Job Printing is at this office. Send your orders. one and one naif horse power boiler, in good working order. Cull at this onice. LOCAL. Last Monday and Tuesday was the Jewish New Year. • • The Goodrich line are giving a $5:50 round trip rate on their World's..Fair excursion. , ... Jos. LeMere has been appointed post- master at Jaeksouport, .vice Charles Reynolds, removed.• FORtown EXCHANGE, of Epp Harbor, for good city property. Freights to this city are on the in- either with or without improvements Louis Fritschler, Sturgeon Hay. Wis Good improved^ furzn in | roperty j ' Address . m itil the close of navigation. horse power bo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 September 1893

DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. PENNEY &SHEPABD - Publishers: CLEVELAND VETOES IT, Tha Presldant Declares Himself Unalterably Opposed to Any Compromise Scheme. WAsiinfGTONj D. C , Sept. 9.—Presi- d e n t Cleveland absolutely refuses to c o n s e n t to g r a n t a n y concessions in t h e Bilver fight. M o r e t h a n this, h e will »Ot p r o m i s e to agre e to an y recogni- tio n of silver eve n should th e repeal bill lie passed . Thi s is t h e Hum a n d Substance of his position as reporte d by eenatore w h o h a d conference with hi m y e s t e r d a y . I t r e n e w e d t h e confidence o f t h e f r i e n d B of unconditional repeal , w h o assert thei r unwavering.faith , in t h e final passage of t h e measure . T h e publication of th e feeling of com- promis e t h a t was in t h e air led a good m a n y Souther n senators to hop e a n d believe t h a t .perhap s . t h e crown s of t h o r n s which , as on e of t h e m said yes- terday , t h e y hav e b e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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