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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 March 1895

Hpi gamble /T\\ai . ^ BY W. E. NQRRIS CliAPTlSift VII—(Continued.) ^ „ - rf *'My dear,\" answered Evarard, \"if jrott jiad deceived me and i had for- •^ivea you, tiiat might have been geuer- us but it is not you yourself .vrtio-^have -caused me fhoso weeks of agony—I know that. The shorte^, and best way . Js-\"to let by-goues ol *by-goues\" and . \"\"Biake a fresh start\" \"That is not possible,\" she,answered, \\ i-shaking? her head \"at least it is not j vpos^ib'fe for me. It is for you and it ••-...•• :' 'lKJff\\srhat I want you to do/ Oh, w^y\\ V^-don't you despise me?, Why don't jM liate nie? I should if I w-ere-jn your ••'piflce\"'\"\"*'' •'• . - :\"• ' .„:'•,'•' •'•'•. ^'•\\i' ','''i:'^ ':,-'•• ^*I don'tthink |ypu ^6tl^d?^saM: I5y- . '^rard, tenguiijy \"I love ybuV-ctrid J know that J@ff'loye'jinie.•{ Moffe :than b«-no good. I: shall speak to hinv lu a different way, now,\" u \"My poor child, you ^re only staving off the'evilday.'V-'i:: ^ Cv:' K-i ^' • •':u-P . \"And if I a ...

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 March 1895

DOOR GOUNTy DEMOCRAT. Snltred at the poslofllce at Sturgeon Bay. as secona class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY , JOH N Jf. PINNEY, Kdltor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. £1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL. NOTICE. v All persons addressing communications to the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publlHhcranil not the paper alone. Always address as follows: JNO. J. IfiNSKY, Publisher. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. EDITORIAL. ^.'IHE Chicago 7Y»«es and the Chicago ^Herald hare consolidated. It is now the Times-Herald. te^HE Stevens Point Gazelle has been •enlarged to a twelve page paper. The Gazelle is one of the best papers' that •comes to our exchange table, and we •are pleased to note its prosperity. V T HE Sentinel in a recent number heads «h article \"Democrats Sn'ojyed Under,'': .and follows it up with a statement/that the Indiana house has passed the repub- lican caucus bill, re-apportioning the state into congressional districts. Qt \" bourse, that'snows under the democrats. Republic...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 March 1895

IN T H & C O U N T Y . | GARDNER. Mr. R. H. McD.matd i at present visit- ing with friends in A'ppleton. * ' Mr. Willie Dery. of Ahnapee, has been visiting with frieuds, here, for a fewThefui'ieral days, recently. School in Di-t. No. 4. • • commenced again last Monday under the manage- ment of Miss Alice Keogh. Miss Mary Marshek closed a six mouths term of school iu Dist. No. 3, lately. School will open up_agaiu aftet] '*. month's vacation. '...':'.'_: ••^z':^:%^''::Kfi §?)y TORNADO. \\^m:0B »ji-Heiiry Molt, of Manitowoc, i8^n|^het$ On busiuess this week: ,'•' ''V: vj t 0Y : c Jlisses Thresa and Katie Brandlewnt to Sturgeon Bay this week where they - will attend the Catholic school. The Tornado Circular Saw Band served the family of Geo, Pennock with music •on Friday ami Saturday evenings. Mike and Geo. Gerlache, and Herman and George Roder, who have been work- ing on the other shore, returned home last week. - • .: Jr- 1 TheNasewaupee Debating Society held its regular meeting ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 March 1895

Tito Case of Manslaughter Againt Him at Black River Falls Dismissed. geTD-OF THE \"BLIND PIG\" ROW. the Tbemanslauslitcr case against Edward ^I&i'earc*wasdismissedby Judge Bailey this moiruinR, k iK'in? apiart'ii Uiut the state had no case. This had been the leading sentiment since the examination. \"Pcarce naarnded with Edward Spccht' on February 5, and it was alleged th.it the latter ^ i v n l injuries from which he died a few days laler. On February 14 Pcarce was sirrcst«,d on a charge of manslaughter. The trouble was the out- growth of the \"blind pis\" business that Bag flourished. here for some time. It WW alleged that Pearce hud informed on some of the keepers of \"Wind pigs\" and Specht was one of the'men arrested oh that char?**. FOR BETTER ROADS. Meeting at Radio. Tonight lo Ditco u th* Matter. Madne, Wis.. March 5.—A meeting of those interested in the good rouds move- ment will be held ar t In- rooms of the Ita- cine Business Men's assnriatioii this even- ing. Ex-Gov...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 March 1895

S a m e L a t i t u d e , b a t Different C l i m a t e Glasgow in Scotland. Moscow' in Rus- sia, and Ajan on the Pacific coast of Asia are at about the same distance north of the equator, but the average winter temperature of Glasgow is 3^.8 degrees above zero, of Moscow 14.7 above, and of Ajan 1.1 degrees below. Yet many still cling to the idea that the coldness of winter weather depends ehsetty on distance north or south of the equator. • If You Hav e a Worrying Cough, or any Lung or Throat trouble, use at once Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant, and don't parley with what may prove ta be a dan- geroha condition. PARODV ON THE LAMB STOUT. Marv had a little mouth. With teeth as white as snow : . The retfsoii why they wore so white: The dentist made them' SO'. V.\"'\".'''\"\"\"'?Â¥ '. —The snew at Summit, on the Central Pacific railway, is said to be eighteen feet deep. _-.- Ite not hesitant with me, For I go to Arcady, : —-^—-± Winter iA'stern monarch here. And without the window there, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 March 1895

V A L U E O F V A C C I N A T I N G LAND . Clearly' Proved by Experiments Hade In Franc* and iiermanj. One of the strangest i h i n g s i n recent science has to do with the \"vaccina- , tkn of land, says the Rochester Times. Everyone knows that it enriches, in- 'Stead of impoverishing, ij Held to plant_. i t occasionally with a leguminous crop, such as clover or lucerne, the roots oi which have a power of -absorbing and retaining more nitrogen than they take from the ground Hut whore the nitr o ge n comes from is another matter. The air suggested iUt«lf at~onee when people began to study'^he problem, and Messrs. : I»avves and (Gilbert, among others, spent many months in fruitless en- ^deavors to trace the source to the air, ..coming at last ton negative conclusion. T h e discovery was eventually made by Herren Hellriegel and Willfarth, of Germany, that the absorption wa s due t o minute organisms (u sort of disease! • In the roots, which, when the supply of nitrogen in the soil b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

1 STUBfflBOJS: BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, INARCH, The Fickle Spring Time Demands appropriate Clothing, • witb^rhieh we are \"\"*.'• fully supplied. SpringDress -Goods, Spring Underwear, Spring Hosiery, Spriiig Gloves. II QUALITIES, Everything needfuL_ II PRICES, All that could be desired. 10 EXCUSE for ill-clad bodies. NO EXCUSE for untimely clothinsr. GLOTHING. Boys' Suits sold at f6.50 are be- 0 C C fl ins dosed out at.. $Jiu Boys' Suits sold at S3 and SS.50 M Cfl —arc Win.\" cold nf .. . J g / i j j f Boys' Double Breasted Suits, all . wool,* sold at $5.00 and cheap 8*4 at that, now sold a t . . . . . . . . . . $ * t t (Sizes, HurtS. ) . O u r S p r i n g S t o c k of - . . Men's • GlG-tlHim Wil l b e t h e finest eve*: s h o w n b y us. , Marine, I-««U._.....V MjM-ine, General.......„.^.....^ Personal ... .._ C~......,^ Editorial.. _ . . _ _ . . . ^ . „ i T . S County News . ... _._^ Bay View ._..-._ ^ . ^ l . ^ i ^ . . . Steamer K. A. Shores saved. S.. S40.000 fire at Waupun..„..._...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

- • ' . ! • • :Jr*': BOOR COITNTY DEMOCRAT, ST17RGEOX BAY, WIS., MARCH 16, 1895. DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT S T U R G E O N BAY . WIS . JNO. J. PINNEY, - - Publisher. BIG CKOP BESEUYES. B ^: r a ? t o Q u a n t i t y In Fa«nertf •••':w\"^:0y .Hands A f f e c t s C h i c a g o .' '- •:::7:^Mp: P%^- .' .Markets.-.-'.'. / ^\".r.: : V ^RfcaifdCfjn., March 12^TJfe j^irmi- Iderit retwrt of wheat Stocks in. farmers* hands shows the smallest ever known. The report \\vas a great surprise to the trade as the compilations by other au- thorities have .ranged from 125,000,(l0tf to 1(^,000,0(00 bushels. There was ap- parently as much surprise abroad as here and all foreign markets \\vi-re advanced sharply. Of course the accuracy,.of the government report was viciously at- tacked, but these assaults had only a temporary effect. There was nervous- ness at all the sessions and toward noon the market made another rally anil sold 2?5 cents over yesterday's close. ' The late advices showed that the foreign ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

^ p e o # F F DEMocnATf^ruRGEO^ BAT WIS., MARCH i«, isos BY W. E. NORRIS. :: f CHAPTER VIE-Contimaed. vi^Yoot wonder $ h y I life in such a :ii^&ifa- 4v\\jiaia?.Miy,: he asked sud- .-vST am not inqulsittve^repUiea Evprr :.araT7— ••*•• ••: , -r, -.,-/'•'• -v^ ••• * - ^c£*J^ tttoat*, then, do I owe the honor , «f your visit to-night?\" . •€ ^l dare Say you can guess, but of v^ourse I am quite willing to tell you. lian i here simply because you and I mustcouie to an understandins aud be- Scause it is better, for Miss Deiiham's sake, that we\" should hot meet in her presence. There is. no use in aretend- ing t o ignore the laetfithat-you have es- tablished a sort of: ascendancy over her, and although that will nave to come to^anen d now-, I would ^rather that it came to an Ad. quietly.\" * \"Mr. Everartl. do you know' that you. ' are not very courteous?\" '.\"'• * \"You can hardly expect courtesy from roe. Count Souratkin, considering whatth e circumstances are. You have «hown y...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

D O O R COUNT Y D E M O C R A T , S T U K G E O X B A Y . WIS. , M A R C H 1 6 , 1 8 » 5 . DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. entered at the Pott Ojffice at Sturgeon Say a* second date matter. Polished ever}- Saturday by the J . P E S N E Y P R I N T I N G CO. J. J. PINNEY, '.President. G. W. ALLEN, Hecj-ctnry. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 PER YEAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 16. E D I T O R I A L . a • v To Our Patrons. By agreement with the proprietors of TheDemocrat, the subscription-list, of thatpaper has been sold and transferred to this office, and the DOOB COCNTV DEMOCRAT will hereafter be sent to all subscribers to that paper: This week our papergoes to itsehiarged patronage and it fe proper that we say something •ofour relations to diirnew patrons '%In the first place* let us say that wc expect to give to owr readers a better paper? than ^either of the democratic papers has jbeen heretofore. With the support antF(patronage of the two papers -conferred upon one, wc can afford to do it, and^...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

^^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^Sf^fi^^M D O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , M A R C H 1$ 1SOS . H||fflN Tti& COUNTY l^S«jf»t • W. L. Danikoehler spent}Wed? nesday A- M. atlh e Maples school at Institute- • /.— y-l^f \"Mr . Henry NeiiYille. of, G^-^ner*is visiting with his son-in-law, J . A. Eichinger. Tim Maddeu returned from Casco last week where-he was employed dur- ing the winter. . - • • Miss Annie Klessig left last Saturday for Sturgeon Bay where she has obtain- ed employment. •'•'-. , '•-.'«. . j Johnnie-Long wears a broad smile /[lately- It is a girl. Mothenjnd baby both doing well. J Owen Coffins, who had been visiting at Baileys Harbor for-some time past, Tetnrned Tuesday. •\"-'\" \"* ' ,-. Sheriff KUlman was out here Satur-' •day on business'connected with'thte-:_ recentshooting affair, if Merman Roder has rented his father^ farm again this summer. : ' . Jos. Staiiber and,Jos. Plodr. will.biiild ne.w frame barns during the early sum- mer. ' ' • ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

POOR -COUNTY 'DEMOCRAt, STTfiGEON BAY, WI8., MARCH 10, 1895 . THE LEGISLATURE. Tlie Senate. Madison, Wis.. March 7,—Petitions were offered In the Senate for the peddlers ami hawkers' license 1I!I tv-o for Xos. 14»! and 148, creating n railroad COIIIIIIINNIOH one rc- , momttrancc from Itiicint- ami live fnmi Su- perlot against. -15 S. creatln lire and police comn»l.wlomr. in cities tor ilslnvnys in dams. Itcsiilutlnns were adopted us fol- lows: Granting permission to introduce a bill for a dam across the Kan Ol.ilrc river directing tin- Kiipcrlii'tcmlcnt of public prop- erty to pay for forty-four l ulces for mis- \"Senger boys, casting s.\".r0 grant IIIK tin* \"«• of the Senate chamber the afternoon of March 13 to the eon::'ilttee on state affairs 1 the\"senaiejudiciarv an follows: J?©. 373 A. relating to transfer of county records, where otiime arc rttviit- ed: Xo. 374 A. appropriating S!0!Mt auuu.-iilt to the Stale Islrym-n's .is-o.-Ia i,.ii Iti\" X\" :» Sv au:Uorix:ns the gov...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

lij^jigi ^B^^TR ,ixEMOmAT STUB5KO BAY wis., MARCH 10* isoa. , i P r o f a n i t y a n d P a i n Too often go together., Refrain from swear- *ag*f y° u * r e safferinj: the tortures of rheu- matism, and seek the aid of Hostetter's- Stomaeh Bitters, which will excel the rheu- matic virus from your b!tod Kidney and malarial eomplaints..dyspepsla, constipation, neuralgia and. biliousness are ail relieved l this .'sterling and comprehensive family medi- cine, which should be, kept always on hand for emergencies. ..... ~rVBank FaHure. ' • % • IAN INVESTIGATION •gpEHANDElX' V - / f SJt ipiiMal banking businesses done by'• TOe^huihan system, because the blood 4e - iPii^osits in its vaults wliateVer wealth we \"may. ':%«ainfroni day to day. This wealth is laiji op against\"a'fainy day \" as a reserve fund —wc?rein a condiUpn of healtliy prosperity '\" jif.we liave laid-away sufficient capital to -• drawnpon in the-liour of onr greatest need. ^There is danger in getting thin, because it's a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 16 , 18»6 . £ BUSINESS CARDS. •JEfc ^ ca»y, : ../ \" ATTORNEY-AT-L AW. .Collections a specialty. Office over ihe Mer- chants Exchange Bank. STURGEON BAY, WIS. - -' : W I L t l A M H. SWEENEY, j '':: 4 ''. A T T O R N E Y - A T ^ L A W . ' •• lOfflce over Reichel's drug store, Cedar Street. '^laP^CoUections a specialty. :: •/ v .fc.. STUKGEON BAY, WIS. v / £.• = ..\"' A T T O R N E Y - A T ^ A M § | ! ^ : 'Collections made, and all marim*^il^gtki Business promptly attended&*£$ £?•Â«Â£ : Kyf'OtRce on St. John Street, opi^8Vte:tB!B E^sjt Matiohal Hotel. . •' •'' • ^ Ai v\\ ^&$£?'%y $%?•?••: '.i • STUKGEON.BA Y s : ^ i s / ^ t \" : w ILLIArf JACKSON,: ATTORNEY*AT?liA Notary Public. Real Estate. Collection 'Agency, Semnk Tickets, and Paying TIVXCB for Non-v Residents. Drawing Deeds. Mortgages, Last •WllIsrVcBsePMortgagei\" and Bills of Sale also Marine Protests and other Notary Business^ correct and cheap. BJV*LEYS HARBOR WI...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 March 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOC ItAT, STURGEONBAY, WIS.,M A R C H 10 , 1 8 9 5 . BUSINESS CARDS. p . c o p y , * ATTOKNEY-AT-L AW. pllectionB a specialty. Office over the Mer- i Exchange Bank. STURGEON DAY, WIS. rftLLJAM. M. SWKKNKV, ATTORNEY-AT-kAW. ftcc over Keicbei's drug store, Cedar Strict. \"Collections a specialty. STURGEON BAY, WIS. ' ' ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. ftolleetfons math , and all roanwr of Legal Udincs_s,promptly intended to [riW.fA.U.tlACK.SON. (Connty jf«w» continued from page 5.) OAliUSKH. Eugen e Simo n and Willia m Smith a r e happ y over th e arrival of a~girl baby a t each of thei r homes. Mr. an d Mrs . J o e Desmond,.of Me - nominee, ar e visiting for a n u m b e r of day s with relatives an d friends. Mr. A n d r e w Swado , wh o ha s been awstv from h o m e abou t four years, is a i present visiting with hi s parents, here. Mr . Josep h Neuvillc an d J o e Hen -vice, quinet took a tri p across tiie ice to Mari - nette an d Menomine e o n e da y last week. S MH.McSAM.V,,. . ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 March 1895

adies Neatness and Ease v • - and not a tight squeeze ) are what we want in a shoe, both buttoned and ' ' l a c e and gaiters that grace, we faave now in i feo^itiog'fory®u.'' Infact, j i iiwe are overstocked and | p ^ are selling at the lowest |^ '•:• possible margin to make room for other lines daily arriving. Those Children's Red Goat Shoes at 75c ore going fast, don't wait They are worth §1.25. • ' . Index To Contents: Local Marine, Local „ . i Marino, Oenerul ^.».:..4 . . 3 Versonal „ v . _' 1 E d i t o r i a l . . . \"'\".„!\".*!\"\" •! County S e m . . . . S a n d 8 Ut»y View _ $ State News „ 3 Steamer K. A. .Shores T.ibled ' 3 \"Vengeance a n d Vapors1' 3 The Press...c _._ 4 Flour Mill Burned a t Madison.. 6 AmerircmShtp Sijjyk 41 Spanish Worship'Sunk V. 2 Mormons Find tiold .» VosevilJe Mill Burned .^ Market Reports \"3 The Legislature , _ ,(j L O C f l b . Wfcat ha s become of o u r «quinorjtial storm ? •Jacob J a c o b s is m a k i n g ^repartition s to g o into the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 March 1895

Dotm COtTJfTY BEMOCRXT, STIJROEOK BAY, WIS., MARCH 23, 1^95. S T U R G E O N BAY , W I S . I i, mm PRINTIN G CO., - - Publishers. FAffi'S LATEST AVEL D i s c o v e r e d t h a t t h o Millionaire H a d .Loft O n e w i t h a S c h o o l - t e a c h e r . $a Francisco, Cal,, March ll).-~It now turds out that tho reputed latest will of the late .James tJ. Fair wan left in the charge of Mrs, Xettie L. ('raven*, a principal in the public schools, who was u great friend of Senator Fitir. Tn e will wan written in the house of si Mrs. Hawkins, with whom .Mrs. ('niveau wan living an d in the presence of both wit- nesses Mrs. Cravens says it came nhont in this way : Senator Fair had tone to visit her. Their conversation turned, to will* and Senator Fair said that hi* lawyers did not seem to. BH. his will just as he would like i t Fair made several other remarks which led Mr*. Cravens to propose that lii« make a new will then and there and have her as* a. witness and that he make a provision ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 March 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMQCRATV STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 23, IS95. : i:^V-: : ./' \" Clt VFTEn T. A Moderu Toplict. About two years ago I accepted a cu- racy in tlie village of Tiuiperly, with- in a few miles of a large Lancashire town. If I had had much choice I would have choseu a cure of souls among mill hands and miners. I would bave preferred to perform my duties under a clear sky, rather than under a canopy of smoke within call of Holds and'woods, rather than in a forest of tall chimneys and black heads of coal pits..' But since I was disappointed in my hope of a aire in a certain pleasant village of Sussex, I resolved to go to Timperley, in Lancashire.. So, when one dark afternoon of February I alighted at the nearest station on a branch railway, and asked a fellow pas- senger, who looked like a native, and who was hurrying away, whether ho could direct me to Timpcrley—when I w a s answered with a curt \"Noa,\" I was hot disconcerted. I received a some- what unintelligible direction f...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 March 1895

1O0 CQVXMX ©JBIttOCBAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 28, 189ft, Xntereii at the Poit Office at Sturgeon Bay at tecond close matter. Pullahed every Saturday by the J . J . PINNEY PRINTING CO. J.J.PHfNEY, President, 0. W. ALLEN, Secretary. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YalAR. STUUGEON BAY, WIS., MABCH 23. EDITORIAL. X the harbor, at a'coat'.of about $180,000, which the state had undertaken to do 1$' its Acceptance of the grant, and which it in turn had hound the company to do b^ the contract. This, of course, relieved the company of a very con- siderable part of the expense, but left the consideration unchanged. Still further, by juggling with the price of the land, and perhaps with the cost of the canal, the company made it appear that it did not realize as much for the land as the canal had cost. Our recol- lection of this pretended deficit is that it was about $200,000. Though the company to all appear- ances was a mere construction com- pany, an implement made use of by the state to...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 March 1895

P O O f t C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , M A K C H 2 3 , 1 8 9 5 , ^ r,^I^GTION^OitIOR':- viggm' TO THE ELECTORS OF DOOR COUNTY: ' \" OFFICE OF COUNTY CLEKK, Simgeon Bay.\" Wis.,- March 23, 1895, .« Notice is htereby given that a Judicial Election is to be held,in the several towns, wards and election precincts in the coimty of Door on the 2d day of April. 1*95 a t which the officers named helow - are W be chosen. The names of the candidates for each office to be voted for. whose nominations have been certiiied to this office, are given.opposite the name of the office each in its appropriate I N F O R M A T I O N T O V O T E R S . The following instructions are given for the information and guidance of voters: A voter upon entering the polling place, and giving lus nam, and residence, will receive a ballot, from the billot clerk, which must have endorsed thereon the names or initials of both ballot clerks, and no other can be used. , Upon receiving ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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