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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 11 October 1894

lIllM'^'^?^ feiiv^WflairUncss gathersi ti e wind sobs loud, MH M1 hear the weeping rain J ~t.::: \\ -:. :-\".f :.'S £vjTfie heaven is wild trtth scurrying ctoud, ^ £^.^6Vmy:heart-with-it o l d , ^ ^ &:-By myhearthstone 'tis Ibne-r'tis lone i - ^ ^Hovr is it,-then, -Kith thee. -Vi::,V \"•'• qii .My lovjs.my 6Hdp.6n thecola hillside, ^ v y In sound of the moaning sea Aroundmestretches tne^hleak.Wttdmoor \"Where I havemaoe^nwhomet '^ ' v. The wind's hand ratties^itfcjhi? door, The wind's voice whispew^Come?^ The racing clouds intheir taadflight .V-'- Beckon me as they goi :rf:S The stress and purpose of the night, :.-:'f Its.endandaim^bnot|fc, i:' : V : . _ .' FM*, fast go thc^anij^Ontit way— ••v\".Wind, rain and cloudy rack. To weep and ravepn thy lone grave, .: X open wide theirattitpg door- Wind, raiji and cloud stream free: , Across the tnilwW barren moor I fly with tbctn to thee. -Herbert E. Clark, in NY. Independent 'BY A. CONAN* WOTfliE. ,.' V.,- S?ABT n . CHAPTER IV.—COST...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 11 October 1894

The U. S. Gt^era cultural ©epartmeht, rias teetl in|^i^tiw|f the bakirig powdersforthe p u r ^ ing the puMie wfiieh was thfe purest, most economical and wholesome^ The published report sho#s the Royal Baking Powder to be a pure^ healthful preparation, absolutely free from alum or any adulterant, and that it is greatly stronger in leavening power,than any/other baking powder. Consumers should not let this valuable mfbr- mation, official and unprejudiced, go unheeded. ROYAL BAKING' POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. mmMMmmmmmm .LEirtfis nrasi THE PEOPZE To IV U Uli Kt) lie 1,. • •( i it . llt.cu- !! ,• I i V i n i v l'l' V\\ I'.iX I'.AVKU. B .y also see what them when Miuor .*d everybody to, )-,'s ch.iir, only to . •• uoorut was bound together by public plunder this side /./'•/ -f'-.« iirri«\"u p nto». Not so man y months '•' / I - •- • '•• - oojii'rt !•Â»-.• h ...-.I'll' might an d sat \\VluU. !J..* -I .•- j - u . „ Minor and L^ |. , s. But they nre n :»Ki • ii tiip, deiiYmi -i...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 18 October 1894

Sfe WE PUBLISH AIJL. THE GENERAL AS WELL AS LOCALNEWS. A FIRJ^3LASS JOB O f l i C E CONNECTED ^WITH THE DElQfcRAT J». VOLUME XXII STURGEQN BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1894. ^3531 NPMBER 3 1 qOUNTY IViAH. BAG. 5Po the Editor of The Democrat: : BAIXJU Oct- 15tt»'—Between the night- frosts and frequent ruins oar woods have assumed their traditional Indian summer appearance. Several of our young men intend to de- part soon for the west shore, to remain there as long as profitable employment can be had. Why don't Minor call on his old soldier friends in our town, they, no doubt, would enlighten him on some points that he may Lave long since forgotten. J. E. Spalsbury will move to your city next week. We are sorry to lose our kind friend.as a neighbor, but 'hope that the change may prove to.befor the best, and wish him 1000088. Our schools are progressing finely under the management of of Hiss Nettie Spals- bury and Louis Mowry. J. E. Spalsbury has resigned, his position as postmas...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 18 October 1894

Th» Interesting Colored Popular ticmcif the Capital City •ctUwU atatatalneA for the Education of i M t l e n Children of African Descent —Gorfeoiu Home* »»\"t Churelies » •^ Owned by Intelligent Negroes, x •:.:/'V':-:-':.tSpeoto1 WoshmRton Letter! \"Every class and every grade of the Americanized African can be found within the boundaries of the District of Columbia. We have them here not only from the depths of ignorance and poverty to the heights of intelligence and wealth, but from the vilenessand villainy of the slums to the refinement and morality Of the Sunday schools and churches. Some of these American citizens of African descent are owners not only of 'till/// A 11001)00 DOCTOR. souses and hoirr* but of mansions which are superior- in appointments and conveniences for comfort to the great houses in which their former masters dwelt. One of them has an in- come from the government of upwards . o f $20,000 per annum, nnd has held lucrative and responsible positions for nea...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 18 October 1894

VICTIMS OF H R H J4B Infirmary la Burned at Hous- ' tori, Tex. •/•/' 1.. ^Two Sisters of St. Joseph Perish and An. other la Badly Injured—Two Pa- tients Are Mlsslnc—Business Houses Destroyed. / HOTJSTOW, T e x , O c t 17,—The .worst lire i n th e history o f Houston broke . •oat a t 2:40 a. m. Tuesday an d before i t •was grot under control, a t 4:30, no t only h a d a large amoun t of property been, destroyed, b u t t w o Sisters of St. Joseph w e r e burned t o death, t w o infirmary patient s also perished an d a third Sis- t e r w a s dangerously injured. ' ) T h e fire originated i n th e Sa n Jacin- t o hotel, a boarding-house a t Frank- li n an d Sa n Jacinto streets, from w h i c h th e blaze spread rapidly to th e a d j o i n i n g small buildings of S t Jos- eph's infirmary o n Franklin 6treet, de - stroying a large two-story frame an - n e x an d then th e n e w four-story brick m a i n building. i Th e destruction of these buildings *was accompanied b y loss of life Sis-...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 18 October 1894

Law* 0 i-Hev»paffrn.. notice to the c o n ^ •• inx to wiiUnue«air« • • •„,j r ,l|)ers dlscon- papers fromthe offce»'J''^j W e until they S S » t £ ^ »lw,y8 *° Kivon «ftbflreiJiovnl. „.,. ,„.,! that refusing to 5. The «'» r f,, 1 ,?' Hi:: v^movliw and taken paper fV\" ,' ,, »rt evidence leaving Hnncnlleii'irr, ' ' «f Intentional friii-ov CHAIU-KS M. WniT^ri -,,E. ituiinces Manager. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. •,V Go-'-nir OEOltGH W. PECK. . For Lieutenant Governor, A. J. SCMMITZ. For Treasurer, JOHN' Hl'NNEll. For ,Serr.etiirv \"f State, T. J. CUNNIXlillAM. For Attorney -General, JAM!vSIi.O'.-(NNKR M r SiiPcri'iiUdwit « l,»»'»c iiwtrucUon, WM. ILSCIICIX For Railroad Commissioner, o. c. l'KKscorr. For Insurance Ciiininissionor, (). H. KKAAR. Iter Member of ( ^ n ^ s -Kifd.th District LYMAN K. KARNES. T*r Rtnte Senator--Kind District :.: DULY. For Assembly, L. I,. HILL. County Ticket. For Klieriir, HERMAN I'KIT.SCHLKR. For County Clerk, JON. N'l'KSSE. Fur Treasurer, El.Ki...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 18 October 1894

^^^^^^pp^l^^^l^^^^^^^^^pi^^l^ife^b#f l \\t of good chewing tooacco of enjoyment is fbun^-bv every lover acc o in famous i maCORILLARD'S ' This tobacco represents the result o f ij4^ear's experience in'blending and preparing tobacco, jtp^suit a universal taste. A delicious flavor has been imparted to it without the addi- tion of any harmful elemeBtf^ In substance it is unequalled by any chewing tobacco ever prepared. When you want a delicious satisfyteg:chew, try CLIMAX PLUG. )O^^9OOO0aK^3a3GS9C3O©OOO©©OQOO£O£J THA T P A C T I O N. It-is Worrying the Republicans Badly. TRYING WARD TO FIX ATTENTION ELSEWHERE. As a l a s * Resort Taylor's Mistakes Ar c Being Pu t to th e Front—Tabic Show lug His Ba d Blunders on Expenses of State Institutions—The Ooml Record of they State Administration Can Withstand All Assanlts—Everybody Pleased a t th e Re- duction hi Taxes— Besides Doing: This Heavy Extra Expenses have been Met. M I L W A U K E E , Oct. 8—The fact tha t th e Bepublican campaig...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 18 October 1894

THE By the Ieraof« Pnfillshlngr Co. STURGEON BAY ~~~: \"WISCONSIN. The ]fe^_Coiidensed. Important Intelligence From All Paris. DOMESTIC. GOVEHKMK.VT- returns for October show a slight/jain in Ihepercentages of all crops excepting cotton. FIRB destroyed tiic establishments of the Cleveland Foundry company, and ' the Enterprise Desk and Stamping1 company in Cleveland, the loss beinjf Jl 25.000.\" LKVI 1'. MOJITOS has written a lette r formally accepting the republican nomination for governor of Ne w York. TJIK annual meeting of the American board of'\"foreign missions commenced In the Congregational church a t Madi- son, Wis. 'f HOOP L, the last of the Indian com- panies, has been disbanded, the gov- ernment considering' them poor sol- diers. ^ - A T HE twentieth annual convention tof the American Ranker's association wks^ opened in Baltimore with 300 members present. Mtrcu excitement prevailed a t San Pedro, Col., over the loss by drowning1 of a party of four citizens, including . t...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 18 October 1894

'When the bnsy day is done And my weary Ilttlo one Bocketh ceutly to and fro: v When the nlnht winds softly blow, : And the crickets in tfio Rlcn ^i J Chirp and chirp and chirp again: ' i /Wheniipon the haunted green Fairies dance aroand their queen— : \\ Then f rom^yonder misty skies :,::, ' t ' Cometh lady Button-Byes. Through the murk and mist and gloom To dur quiet, cozy home, :.•: Where to singing, sweet and low, Books a cradle to and-frd . :••.•'.'•:-'• •. / Where the clook'sduU monotone' Telleth or the day that's $iu£ %:, • Where the moonhetuns ixoter o'er Playthings sleeping on tlje floor— Where myJweaiiy...w*e'onep lies':.- Cometh Lady Button-Eye*. Cometh like a fleeting ghost From some distant eerie coast •Never footfall canyou heir ' As that spirit tareth near— Never whisper, never word From that shadow-queen Is heard. In ethereal raiment dight, From the realm ot fay and sprite In the depth of. yonder skies Cometh Lady Button-Eyes. Layeth she her hands upon My dear weary...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 18 October 1894

m&mss^Mmm s s s 5 9 S S S 9 3 S over th^RBS^ Fair- • .••' : \" :'^v.A ^ The judge of awards on bakiif^ pow^ der writes that the claim by another company to have received the highest award is false that no such awaird was givefr to it. The Royal Baking Powder is the purest and strongest baking powder made, and has received the highest award at every fair, wherever exhibited in competition with others. ROYAL BAKINGPOWDER CO, 106 WALL ST., NCW-YOBK. FOR STATE SENATOR, ,C. C. DAILY:. The above *ut \" represents a mail'so well kitow'h t\"-.-the peo- ple'of Marinette MHM\\y that it is almost unnecessary to rC^i' to 'hiin at length in these coloriins. However, as Mr.Daily is now a candidate for tin- important- of- fice of slate senator in this dis- trict, a few remarks'cocerning his past record and present standing in this community cannot be considered out of place. - Without putting aiiy question to Mr.. Daily.' perMuially. the re- pnttcr has louml out that the gentleman was horu iji...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 October 1894

3trtfj:sori Historical Booms !S5 :^T&BiA!ml£^± lj|§l|f THE : A FiB^$aaiSs- J O B / 0 : § | | c E THE DEiSe&AT * • N W a i A M M a M i M VOLUME XXII. \"*M»M*«MM*Sa3iiaaM«MfrM«M^ • Wi ^TURGEON BAY, WIS., TrtfJRSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1894 SHE ©RGli^tt AGAIN ll^lllllOFtYiNe, The Statement 5f The Advocate that the | | . ^ J ai Leyy For Door Connty Is 1 3 t t *i $1900 This tear is a \"Make g l D jp Onto! Whole Cloth, y The official notice to Door connty of the apportionment of its share of the state tax is on file in the. county clerk's Office and is as follows: AI\"POBTIONMBNT OF STATE TAX FOR DOOR COUNTY IN 1893. Mill Tax for Common Schools... No Tax Interest on- certificates of indebtedness $550.71 RHFortfteehigh schools...,'— .-— . 174.75 %Iw .fteenormal schools.— ..-.—....... 104.85 yJPw'flfth normal school fund income...No Tax \"\"\"nltate university.—.—.— ..—.... 8.49 at*!—-— — .—.-—^.......... $838.80 rid this is every penny, that Door coun- vill becalled upon to pay t...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 October 1894

ss lisiag la a Receiving Vault in a Now York Cemetery. UtntjTBlo of the Gener.Ii Wldnw-Ambl- Uons and Hopeful of Kabul* » Monur meat Worthy of llcr Hus- band's Faroe. In a quaint-ami picturesque receiy- injr vault in Rockland cejnctery lies the body of Gen, John C Fremont solder, statesman, first candidate for the pres- idency on the republican ticket and the projector of entcrpriscsas \"Pathfinder, which have developed the vast interests of i the west. It has remained there nearly four years awaiting burial and the erection of a fitting memorial. Thousands of gray-baircd men, who grow enthusiastic when t r e m o n t s name is mentioned, would have opened their purses long ago to pay tribute to the memory of a great man, says the New York Herald. But the word was never given to start the movement, and in -addition there was the voice of a widow, saying: \"Wait'. Wait! I shall have the money soon and will erect the monument myself.\" Back of these«worl is a touching story of a lonp...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 October 1894

m xm^mMM A Mob Repulsed and \"the Law Vin- dicated in Bloodshed. ~Would-Be Lynchers Attempt to Secant -,:• FosseMlon of • ._» Colore* Brute— \"'Three'- Are^,JK:Illed.'-':: «i»d\" . ^Twelve. Wijnn***' v / TTAJBBraGTW 0., Oct. .:i9.-~-T:hreemeni were killed an d almost itdozen^injured,some i a l a l l y , b y th e militia:herei Wednesday evenin g in t h e ••ndeavQr t o ^ J t e e ^ m o b s from lynch- i n g William D c ^ ^ colored. . , Dolb y w a * irbpffat here o n Tuesday, a n d Tuesdayriiifirlit the first mo b ru- m o r s : ibdkp ? shape. Th e local militia -*iras ordered out, and fater::^q^ companies from Co- { iumVns reached here. Much iridic:- ! natio n 'was: manifested, a t the action | of th e officials i n thus putting- a l w ' b e t w e e n the mob and their prey, and oil f a l l sides denunciations were frequent.-' All classes were represented umoii\"- ! those w h o took this vie w of the situa- tion, thoug-K man y deplored the law- les s spirit manifested. i Later in th ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 October 1894

S fBUUB OF SUBSCBIPM.O^ y. ^ OaeTe«i\\7. • • '\"\"YYYYYYY.YYYY.sa Six Month*... .......... .2S Three Months... •••-•. . . . . . . . . . . .oe IroBOBOiTaAr. wis..ocT.i»..im. Laws of New»l«pcr« *°ilt,?»If.',i,^rii,f.r« move to other places wltb- «,» Informix fo'WI^cr. they are bold . S ^ b S ' V t ! « 'bouW^My bo given • ^ ^ h S ^ r t \" . h a v c * ^ ' ! thnt refusing to «C intetitkiuHl^nfud. , „„„„_ CHAttLBSlif:' WiriT^inE. nuilnoHH Manager. x-- DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, GEOROEW. PECK. For Lieutenant Govornor, A. J. BCHMH'Z. For Treasurer, , JOHN HUSNER. For Secretary of State, T. J. CUNNINGHAM. For Attorney-funeral, JAMES L. O'CONNER. M r Superintendent -of Public Instruction, WM. H. BCHULZ. For Hailrond Commissioner, O. C. l'HESCOTT. For Insurance Commissioner, O. R. SKAAH. Wt Member of Congress -Eighth District LYMAN E. HAUNES. M r State Senator-First District 0. (.'. DAILY. For Aaseinhly, *•\" L.'.L. HILL. County Ticket . For Sheriff, HERMAN FRITSCHLER. ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 October 1894

•p:-:'0 Notice is hereby given t h » t » genentt: election is to be held in the several towns, wards and election precincts in the county of I) chosen. The name oftoecandidates for1 each office to be voted for, whose nominations have been certified to this office, and the que.s.i appropriate party or other designation, each in its appropriate ooluuiu below. »u the tfth day o Submitted Co\" a IN PORMKTION TO liiOTERS, The followiJBgriniBtrttcttbMiW g* T » n *°* the information and guidance \"of voters A voter upon entering the polling place, and-j.-, must have endorsed thereon the names or initials of both ballot clerks, and ho other can be used. Upon receiving his ballot, the voter tu • ballot clerk may inforni thei yoteif as to the proper manner of marking a ballot, but he must not advise or indicate\" in any manu«rwboii any party, should make a cross mark, X, under the party designation printed at the top of ballot iu the square made for that purpose. \\ dates of that party ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 October 1894

By tk DtBWmt Publishing Co, STUEGEON B A Y T T ^ W I S C O N S I N , The News_CoMensed. • Important Intelligence FronTAII Part* DOMESTIC. A SPAS of the bridge over th e Ohio jlver a t JeffereonviiLe, Ind., fell, car- tyin g twenty workmen with it, and (three were tericwdf injured. ^ T B I C residence of Herman Bartbold, .'••'# farmer near Toledo, O., wa s de-teenth stroyed by fire and his two daughters, •wed 12 and 7, were burned to death. O S C O E K E SCHAWECKEK, a wholesal e jrrocer and liquor merchant o f Cin- cinnati, committed suicide o n th e jgrave of his first wife. DANIEL H. BWXIIASI, of Chicago, •was reelected president of the Ameri- ca n Institute of Architects a t the an- ftual meeting in New York. AN old Navajo Indian a t Gallup, N. JL, wh o married a young squaw .•gains t the wishes of her parefits, shot Mid killed her and then killed himself. T H E Frencli-Eversole feud broke out •fres h in Terry county, Ivy., an d ono member of each faction was killed i n t h e enco...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 October 1894

: 5etsmodth head bending \\6Wi.:::%'i iu ' ' • v:She pores whh:ieag*r'joyv'V.-V :cv' :^v-:^':: ' Dark pyos aad••cfaeoto^!«^owi'^^•':.•••••:'-••••• = ••\"•''•, , O'er the old tale of Troy. * Dearh^naadinnoccatsoullviv? • : ' :y Thee may the growing years,,: -S As thy auick sprutg-tides roll : I- : •'•'.• Bring ^oy,.not tear* . ^ ^ ^ - j 1 : ^ Forthee let knowledge sprea'4\" •'••!..\":•'. • '''..Htijhfrjf'atoftt&'pa^': i- v,'? Quaint thoughts of sages dead, : :Tho poet's,noblei^ce,4: Mv.:v''-'''''. .: Galhs patient science gives, V\"•\"'••'•• And lettered fancies ine, ' •:The master-word whici lives, ^ /peatale&s^&rtnax : v^'' ,. For thee let rnusfe%rake,,\\.': Deep, inarticulate chords, . Which, the rapiaouljpun take Swifter than any words Art's precious garden smile Through gates ennreathed with flowers, And fairy dreams beguile • : Thyblameless hours. JBut may no learning dim These clear^ regarding eyes Still let the morning hymn And orisons arise. .Leave knowledge whi...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 October 1894

\\t oftliliiiii^^i Showliifc:.the''. ^^ The United States Gowrnmenft alte the Royal Baking Powder a pure cream o T ^ greater leavening strength than any other. The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leavening strength. « —-Bulletin 10, p. 16, Irilaridlfcev. Dep. , Tte Royal Baking Powder is superior in regard to purity, leavening power and keeping qualities. -—Geo. S. Cox, Stale Chemist, Wisconsin. Hence, in practical use, The Royal Baking Powder gti&s further, makes purer and more perfect food than any other. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 108 WALL'ST., NEW-YORK, jttfs par*^ .%^^^^ gare hte the b^ed«»ttb that could b» r 5^tain«i^^ antt:,#iu^^ ber of church. An bonorabl* upright man wa» he, againit Whom not a br«atb of an«- -ed: offlce b« h«Id foraom«7«an, tb««oaiit]r being :0«i*^in|^ caa majoritief and nerer toraed a man out of office BO lon^ a*^i|' «j«w^^3w^'l^ uud contributed liberally t o the campaign fund of tha...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 1 November 1894

Madison Historic*,! Rooms ^WiS PUBtlRHALL THE GENERAL LOCAL ^NEWS: A FIRST CLASS JOB OF|J|SE CONNECTED WWK THE DEMOCRAT llQktJME XXII STURGEON\" BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1894 MIMJ3ER 5 ^EPUBLIGANlMEEtlNG. «NOR MAKES * CHARACTERISTIC SPEECH ATKEWAUNEE. e/ A teadlBR Republican from the Western : ^ P«rt of the JJUtrlct »ayg he Should Not fii:iMmm bee* Nominated. ft§| ::£ correspondent from our neighboring idiitysena8U8an extended account of the g«^an d rally\" held there' last Friday Jayenlnjci which owing to its length we are unable to publish in full. We quote only s^ttiatpart in which our people are directly |finterested. • lgy,^The next candidate that was trotted #§but into the political arena was no other than the republican candidate for con- gress, E. 8. Minor, who created a couple of sensations during the evening, which were due entirely to his incompetency and lack of proper breeding. When the Stur- geon Bay newspapers warned the people Of] the eighth congressio...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 1 November 1894

WEL iBbrldge T. Oori^ *» liit Favor or -tfce P0Btah»«nt to Be Inflicted 0nl»\" , o r One Claw of Crtmes-Tlie Sew \\or* Legislature to Consider the 'Drastic Proposition, New York proposes to attemptto re- vive the syste/o of corporal punishment for certain classes of offenders. At least certain people in New York, lea by Elbridgc T. Gerry, will try to hare the following made a law at toe next eesBion of the legislature: -.„,„,, , \"Whenever a male person snail * ?.nv'c\"* Cf telony consists of or *companlcdb tho Infliction or phy«lcal-paln or suffering upon the person of another, the court may. I r ' ' » ^ - «W5tlon. In addition to that penalty now pre- »rSbca by law. impose) an additional sentence of corporal punishment to be inflicted upon the -oflcnuor in tho prison to which be shall be sen- hsneed Such corporal punishment shall DC inWotfld In private in 8»id prison. In the pres- ence of iho warden and (surgeon thereof, who -.shall certify the fact to the court wherein it...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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