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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 April 1895

• p p e ^ e p t t ^ 1VERYB0BY IS AT SEA. STURGEON BAY, WIS. I 3. KHNBY PRINTIR6C0.,-.- - Pablfshers. BUSIED vmm WALLS. F i v e o r M o r e P e r s o n s M e e t H o r - r i b l e D e a t h s In W e s t V i r - W h e e l i n g , W . V n „ April {.•—Thi m o r n - i n g s h o r t l y a f t e r 8 o'clock t h e f i v e - s t o r y b u s i n e s s h o u s e o f C h a p m a n Si S o n s on M a i n s t r e e t in t h e wholesal e district a n d t h e. Adjoinin g four-story h a r d w a r e eg tub-. Jhriimont of T . T . H u t c h i s o n fell w i t h - o u t w a r n i n g and' buried HCTHI p e r s o n s i n t h e ruins . \" D a d \" W i l l i a m s , a enrpeu - ter, e s c a p e d w i t h seriou s injuries , b u t T . T . H u t c h i s o n , th e vetera n m e r c h a n t a n d t h e f o l l o w i n g e m p l o y e s o f ilia establish - m e n t wer e e n t o m b e d : M. J. A. mmt), n «ale«man. \"••**.. J. JIOKAN. a clerk. KliCUCXK IH7H0H, clerk. ON W I N G U B U . Clerk, HAIfKY COWL , Weste...

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 — 13 April 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIJ, 13, 1895. 6eane and CHAPTER. IV—(Continued.) \"Yes.\" said she, \"I think so. But,\" anfl she leaned forward, eager and pale, \"why do you ask me these ques- tions? Have you found out some- thing, from your friends in London, perhaps? You had heard nothing when last I asked you, I know. Tell me— Lave you heard something now?\" \"No, I am sorry to say, I have not. Still I do not despair I have a hope I may learn something soon. * \"Oh. what?\" she eagerly demanded. \"I think,\" said I, you had bettor not ssk me it may only end in disappoint- ment, «md this mailer already preys upon you too much.\" \"You are very kind to me,\" said she. •My'pulse heat tumultously, and 1 was on the point of saying something rash \\' see, Manuel, for one thing, you don't seem to understand that an j-m- glish clergyman is not the flunkey you may get a pastor of the'Fatherland to he. You mustn't say, •Cone hercl' and 'Do this'.' or 'Don't do that!' without...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 April 1895

'fii%p-m?$fftg!%g. • D O 6 R C 6 I J K T Y / I E M O C R A ^ jSfer«d•Â« ilU poitpffita at Sturgeon Bay at, ?,-??'!i ':V':'' :•••. teconii'class tndtter. '•' \" ' Ifaltfrtted every. Saturdaytoyth« . ^ • ^ ^ l W E T T PROVING CO. J. J. PINNEY, ^President. 6. W. ALLEN, Secretary. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PBR VSAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 13. EDITORIAL. W E have heretofore neglected to pub- lish the fact that Frank Mullen, John Leathern, H. Fetzer, T. J. Cromcll, and A. J . Felluer wore selected as a city democratic committee for the current year. T H E A. P. A. secret society won the municipal election at Mariuetle again this spring. There is a time coming, and not far distant, when secret organi- zations, of unconstitutional existence cannot control any election in this country. T H E recent city election has its les- sons which the incoming city govern- riient shopld not fall to heed. That the city IK republican, or has been, on gen- eral issues, no one doubts yet the re- public...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 April 1895

tiOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUKGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 13, 1895. IN THE, GOUNTY. STURGEON BAIT TOWN. Several new settlers have recently moved into the town. Farming lands are rapidly increasing in value. The Evergreen Nitrsery Co., have put a large crew of men at work and are packing and shipping trees at a lively rate now. •„•'. J. Marx, who bought the Alex Hopp place two or three years ago, arrived here on Tuesday and will reside on the place permanently. Gus. Miller has moved from Ever- f reen to the Simpson place on the Lily lay road. This farm is now owned by Jos. Zettel, Of Sevastopol. JtAPLEWOOB. The Lenten season is almost over, next Sunday being Easter. Mrs. Kennedy, who has been ill with La Grippe, for some time past, is better at this writing. S. L. Hall's shingle mill started up on Monday, and they are making a cut of thirty thousand daily. Mrs. Robert Carson does not improve any, and it is feared by her friends, that her illness will prove fatal. We are having line weather at...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 April 1895

j g Q g j ^ f H f r ^ S M*ais»f c .Win.- April 4.—A s t a t e m e n t Warf R e c e i v e d trom S-ftiite Treasurer I'pterson a» w w a n t l e s thnt bnvo net paid over to tin? ,. -fscbooi fijjiij fines collected in criminal cases.'- W i a w l n s H i e coimfliv* of -Kewaunee, 'Burnett, :'::Jf*rwtt«t,to ami #bebr.ygtti are deficient. Tin- ' w « i a l U r g e Krl«t of prtltJoJit* wrts presented. * ameen. miiliily fw.rii i A. It. posts. b e l n s t o r l l i e p«KMa«e of bill X o . 2 0 S A, prohibiting tMft fal e of JUiiior wlihl n hat a mile o f ' t h e s o l d i e r * ' h o m e a t .Milwinfcee. A Joint reso- lutio n , w.-iR adopted permitting Mr. HpenKley , t » Introduce a bill aiiteiidiiis chapter lit. *8W» o f 18i3 relatlnj! to aK«ennmenti» of ssleambo.ilK. The. committe e on state n?- :T«lKi reported favorably oil the appoint- m e n t o f Harford'•Krirhmin a s labor eommis- ruloncr and the appointment w a s confirmed unanimously . Tbew.eommUfe e oh public healt h *»mV...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 April 1895

/' POOR COTJNTY DEMOCRAT, ^IJRGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 13, 1805. \".•••'. The..Evolution:'..., . Of medicinal agents is gradually relegat- ing the old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and : into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup ol Pigs. T o get the true remedy see, that it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. F o r sale by all 4eadin? drilggistS^, v..,v ,: ' _^ *\"' —Xew York ha s 3500 physicians, IVikc a h open bocl:, our faces tell th e ytale of health or dis- , ease.- Hollow cheeks. a n d sunken eyes, listless steps a n d languorous l o o k s tell of wasting de« bilitating d i s e a s e some place in th e body. I t ma y be one place or another, th e cause is generally traceable to a coni- n i o u source—im - pure blood, and im- •\"-* pure blood starts i n t h e digestive organs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery purines t h e blood, stimulates digestive action, searches out disease-germs,wher- ever they...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 April 1895

'***' W^jti^^ IJS|iti&*j*te$s CARDS. -•} • v Collections a specialty. Office over the Jfer« chants Exchange Banfc :P5 ':C:\" ' STURGEON BAY, WIS. ': 3= BAY V1BW. i&aor VmintyDtModrat: imXVLtAM. It. SWKKSKV, :-.,:.• OfflMovtr Relcbel's rtrujr store, Cedar Street. IS^\" pllcctloBS a spednlty. STURGEON BAY, WIS. It seems good to again heat 1 he sound of the-steam drillat the Hagenquarries^ Effect* of s Minnesota. iiytt for Taxi OR Ve«i«?l Vraperty. ••'--• Minnesota is trving t induce vessel OoWenosdav the masons finished m ^ , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ } ^ hiirkAvftii- rf.i f \\l k'»,.h'«-'m.»v W*l- *^o^m lmliltb, and to that emt tneirLea- deuce. i party of relatives and Atiolph X T SI. McNAXLV, * ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Collections made, and nil inanru r ot .tit-gtii Business promptly li.l tenrtfcil to. Office m S John'.Street, opVoalte the First National Hotel. STtTKOKONr BAY. WIS. l V r J t t l A S t .JACKSON, — — — — ATTOKNE Y-A'JT-LA W. Notary Public,Kf.'il Estate. CollectionAi eriev. i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 April 1895

.vTjK^' --'i' '' • V ' ' '/-VVv:''' '•* \"•'• '':' .'-^!'^'V-. vV/''\\ - ','• .'•••'•,- *W^'.'/—V '- • ^ v,-VV./:-^v,/'-V/:',/^'X : .'-,,vni':''/ •:-v \". -'.\"'\" ^ VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1895. NO. 13. AWAY UP IN B E S T E X P R E S S E S T H E Tone, Style, Richness, and DesiraMlitu O F T H E — New Goods — - J 3 A R E DallyW Receiving. Among the late arrivals is a ship- ment from our New York House, which for low prices on reliable goods has no equal. Trimmed Hats 70C, 85C, $1, $1.25, $5.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50, $3. Yachting Caps Childr^ns' aad Misses' White Yachting Caps. ,J5(J Boys' blue flawnel Yachting caps JJ5G Men's \" ' *• * \" 25Q Men's blue flaainel, best quality Yachting Caps.,. 4QQ L O C A L . Truck gardners are putting in their early vegetables. The \"sizzling\" soda fountain is a har- binger of the balmy days of suniraer. City-streets are getting dry and dusty, country roads are yet muddy in many places.* Every tire is a further proof of the in- e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 April 1895

DOOR COtTKTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, Wig,, APBIl/sO, 1895. l o i COUSTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. 1.1. WKHElf PRIHTING CO., - - Publishers. A M E R I C AN H O R SE W O N. R i c h a r d C r o k e r ' s E a u d e Callle C a p - t u r e s t h e C r a w f o r d P l a t e S t a k e in E n g l a n d . UNCLE SAM ON GUARD. THE WAR IS OVER. G r e a t B r i t a i n h a s B e e n W a r n e d N o t . J a p a n e s e a n d C h i n e s e E n v o y s S i g n t o T r e s p a s s of* t h e M o r t r o e „ D o c t r i n e . Newmarket, Kng., April 115.—The New- market Craven meeting of ,i81*.\"* opened today with brilliant weather, hut With a small attendance. Messrs.. Richard Croker and Michael F. Dwyer, the Amer- ican horsemen, saw their hornet* exercise this morning. being early upon the scone. American horses wore entered for the double trial plate of '.2tH sovereigns tor 2-year-olds for the Crawford plate. handi- cap, of 23 sovereigni* each, for «J-yenr-oIdn una upwards, ami for the apprentic...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 April 1895

PQQIt CQXTyyrPEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 20, 1S05. ea Vaporj. •'. V I I A P T E U . V— (Contlneml. ) ''Of course,\" said he, looking very .serious, and meditative, \"that certain- ly might be. '\"Hut,\" he continued in a new tone of alarm, \"what does all this speculation mean ? You siiroly haven't let your suspicion go so lar a s to imagine poor Laeroix came home to—to find a violent death? Have you really let yourself think so morbidly •of things as to suspect Steinhardt of causing it? lie, 1 know, is without much scruple of conscience—but that, my friend, is altogether too horrible!—- too incredible! Besides, why\"—— he stopped, but I could see what he would say in the careful, considering look he save me. \"Yes,\" said I, \"I know you think why should I imagine that this should have remained undiscovered-^-nnsus- peeted, if you like—for a year, only for me to find out, or suspect—me, a man •of no extraordinary perception or dis- crimination.\" •'Well. Unwin,\" said he, \...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 April 1895

DOOB C W N * r »EMOCBA3^ S* •:jlMe^frM~iiie:Jfyteyafflct.:: at Siurgeoti Bay a$ : :• '/• \" xcond cldti matter.'..':„ Polished every Saturday by the :•'Jfc J . PiNJJEY PRINTING CO. J. J. WMJKY, President. D.W.ALLEN, Secretary. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE/ $1.50 PKR YBAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS.. APRIL 20. EDITORIAL. $12,600 spent in one year, for general purposes and the treasury empty, al- most before the treasurer has made his return of delinquent taxes. W H A T ' S the sense, any way, in calling a railroad from Green Bay t o Neenah an intcr-urban railroad? Which one of the cities intends to take in the rest of them along the line? ' T H E Cuban rebels, o n April 12, or-taxpayers ganized a civil government, and elected and proclaimed Jose Marti president of the Cuban republic. They evidently mean business this time. J F the nine democrats in the town of Sturgeon Ba y will come into the city, and buy out nine republicans in the second ward, they will be in position, probably, to make their vote...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 April 1895

D O O R COUNT Y D E M O C R A T , STUKGEO N B A Y , WIS. , A P R I L 2 0 , 1 8 9 5 . •'. •! Awarded- '\",- Highest Honors—World** Fair, ?WET * CREAM BAKING POWBffi - MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 4 0 YEARS THE STANDARD, B A Y V I B W . . The steamer Moore now makes regu- lar trips to this side of the bay. It is said that the council may appoint a policeman here in place of Alfred Anderson, the present officer. The steambarge Sawyer arrived from Green Bay Thursday, with a cargo of coal for the Hagen quarries. There are a few young boys here who are in the habit of getting on glorious sprees. It is a thoroughly bad practice and if possible should be \"nipped in the bud. The man with a star and a club creat- ed quite a lot of merriment List Wed- nesday. He was made to believe him- self the legally appointed officer. For- tunately no one was hurt. J. M. Koch's new residence is rapidly nearlng completion. The roof ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 April 1895

v f o t i f o f e ^ ^ III •^|Efe^ i Ml% m. v .ii^pleten' : Young ^(M^j^Waa a! KoveL Pleas-:•' BOUND FO R SA N FMNCISCO. Wd Intends to and Back walk to theCoast in One Year- Specials Appleton, Wis.. April !',.— , - well-known young man of and :i graduate of Lawrence W. Mills, this \"city .... university in .'04,' left .'today, on u ptithviivitm tour to the • Paciliu coa.-t nnd return. He will travel UJHnrely. Ktopphiir a t Varimiy places- •oil, the rout-'to visit, frieiiils'juid he ex- irK-i-rs t m-iite the trip there and buck in •tlmtit :t year. IT'- will take' mi\\l-\\i'irt funds to live 'comfortable on. lie uiso , • proposes' to walk every foot of the way. ,Ifo Hiiiki'-M the trip ptii'i'Iy fof pieaisure «nJ c-xp\"\"'- \"'•'• 'JUDGMENTS .HUNG-UP. i£x-.Treasurars will Not bo Released Until th e Supremo Court Decides. ' Madison, Wis., April 10.—Action of the Supremo court of the state amy yet bo tueeessary to decide matters relative to vx-Treumirer.s Henry Jiuotz, Ferdinand Kuelin ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 April 1895

DOOR . j ^ i s ^ - D E ^ 1&>S - H o w ' s This.!- \"'. We otter One Hnnar«ADoWar»Ke*»r tor any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure^ '-:':' iifv-^/A F. 3. OHENBT & CO., Props.,Toledo a . We. the undersigned, have known -K. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe bim perfectly, honorable In all business transactions and financially able t o carry out any obligation made by their Hrm. West & Traax, Wholesale Druggists, To- •-• ledo,. O. •.'. -••'.•'•• -•.,v,-.--.- Wnldlng, Kinnah ft .-Marvin, Wholesale Druprgfets, Toledo, OMo. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. -Price, 75c per bot- tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials .free. -.-.-.., '••-.-• - • •••'- . •. - - ' • - .. . ^-\"0, Jesus, Light of All Below.\" was translated ny Edward Caswell from St. Bernard's bymn. \"Jesu Dulcis Meinoria.\" \"Will you walk Into niy parlor?\" said the! spider to the fly: But the I...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 April 1895

Sii • ICJN6 O: 5i6olie«^ȴ* »^ilaliy, i Office over the Mer- chants Exchange Back, ' # ::?S'X^: !8W^^ ^ $ $ * ^ ^ : Offlc«over Kclchel's drug store,Cedar Street. ••.\".•.'.0T dUecttonaa specialty.' •'\"•• S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . .: TO M.McNAtXY, , * ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW. Collections wide, and all manna of Legal Bnsiuess promptly attended to. Office on St. John Su»et«oppo»lto the First National Hetet. JSTUROISON BAY, WI& Tbe sails were hoisted on tlicH. C. Winslow last Mortdav The Fannie C. Hart arrived \"in port yesterday morning ou her first trip for w IIXIAMJACKSON, ATTOKKEV-AT-LAW. Notary l*ubltc, Real Estate. Collection Atcency. SelnnffTle.lctft,an Vaylng Taxes for Non- ResMentst, Dre*ln Deeds, Mor-tgapeft, t,aut TYlHs, Vessel Mortgages and IlUte'ot Sale: also Marine Protcjtts ana other Ntrt»ry BuBlnes» correct and cheap. \"BAILEY S J I A R B O B . / W I S . ..-•' The tup Crosby was in port last Satur- day, i n charge of Capt. llahiage, on her way to PortHurott....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 April 1895

YOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL, 27, 1895. NO. 14. 6.GRE1SEN. LOOK OUT LOGftL. A picked nine played a game of ball at the fair grounds last Sunday. There is to be a meetiug of the city council cm Wednesday evening next. M. Doherty is building a large addi- tion to his residence on St. John street. Next Wednesday, May 1st the newly appointed officers\\vi 11 assume the duties oi office. '..\"A series of Temperance lectures at the Opera House is the next thing on the programme. The local G. A. K. Post are making Elemorial reparations to appropriately observe Dav. For the oily tongued individual who is abroad in our county. He will tell you he sells direct from the manufacturer and saves you the middleman's profits. Any- thing more absurd? Is he travel- ing for his health ? Who pays his hired man who is getting at the rate of $100.0Q per month. Is it not the purchaser? We buy from manufacturers all that it is pos- sible for a retailer to buy, and we buy by the piece and not ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 April 1895

PqOfr?pT%TY:3EMd€^ ^STURGEON BAY, WIS. ./•.--//.\". I.:I mm f RMTBi G CO., - - Polishers. t t t E O IN AH ASYLUM. J e r o m e B, W e s t g a t e Charge d w i t h j \" S c h e m i n g t o G e t His Wife's •• . 'Property. '•\"••••• Butte, Mont., April K.5.—A meriting IWiper prints a startling wtory about a former well-known woman. Mrs, Jerome » . Westgate, having been locked up in a private madhouse at Sim Diego, Cal., on charges trumped up by her husband. About ten years ago the woman owned large real estate intcresta in Butte, but iter health failed, her husband pttrsuaded her to dispose of the property and go to California. Since then her f rteuds ami a nistpr living here have heard little.from Jher. Some weeks ago the sinter received an anonymous letter informing her that 'Mm, Westgate was i n enreerated In a private asylum at Man Diego. The for- mer at onco went to her mater's rescue, .'Secured her release add has returned with her to Butte. She «ays that shortly after they net...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 April 1895

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS , A**BII, 27, 189S. eape^ ai?d l/apor$l C H A P T E R V l - f C o n t l n n e d . ) \"I b e a r thou'r t leaving Timperley,\" h&'•'saw. \" I n a very f e w weeks,\" I replied. \"Weel, now , I like thee, an d I niiui •come an d liear the e praicb. afore thou goes. Ee , mon, I ha ' somethin g here, tho' \"' h e produced a n old poeketbook, a n d from on e of th e compartment s h e took a squar e of pasteboard which h e gav e m e \"happe n t h a t m a y come in h a n d y w h e n tho u goes back to London. I found It in Lacroix's lan e yoiid* moro'n a yea r ago, an d say s I, *I niuu kee p this till I go t o Loudon,' bu t I d o no t think I'll ever ride in a tirst- class carriage, so thoud's t better tak ' it, mon. \" \" W h a t is i t ? \" I asked. \" T o b e sure, \" said he. \"tho u conn a see. It' s a iirst-class ticket.\" I thanke d him, an d put it in m y pock- et. W e wer e the n u p o n th e cottage in which I had seen F r a n k Steinh...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 April 1895

M JOO COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUBOEON BAY. W10.^ APKl i i27v 1«05. $00R SOOHTy DEMOCRAT, '••Xfnttfia'ai the Pott Office at Sturgeon- Bay at ' ^: : :tw^clat».t^ter. :// •./•: V!v-:-'^j^i»hrt*wrjr'8»t«rd»jr.'by:tlie J, J . PINKEY PJttlNTiNG CO. President, Q.W.ALLEN, Secretary. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. St.BO P6R YEAR. S T U K C ^ ^ 27. EDITORIAL. T U B Green Bay Daily Journal. Syl- vester Kinney editor ami proprietor, has coHaspcoY died, so to speak. Its career was short, but probably decisive of ope thing, at least, that an independ- ent paper was not a necessity at Green \"Bay. • [ ' L. B. NOYES, founder of the Marinette Eaglev died in that city on Thursday of last week. Mr. Noyes was one of the pioneer newspaper men of Wisconsin, and was well known to tlie fraternity throughout the state, lie was a pointed and witty writer, and was the author of various poems that- were very popular. ' T U B Milwaukee Journal says \"the public is deeply impressed with the su- preme necessity of .making h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 April 1895

P O O R COU2STY D E M O C R A T , S T U K G E O J f B A Y , W I $ . , A P R I L 2 7 , 1 8 0 5 . £ , A warded //' '.••''• Highest Honors—World's Fair, * CREAM BAKING POHBHI MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre-. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 - YEARS THE STANDARD. IN THBJ30UNTY, MAPIEWOOD. The \"Grippe\" has deserted our neigh- borhood and we hope it has taken of- fense and won't return. We are having beautiful spring weather and our woods are a perfect ^garden of April flowers. S. L. Hall spent Saturday and Sun- day visiting his parents in Ahnapee, and returned ou Monday's train. The marriage of John Sto'rrri and Miss Bertha Dettmann, of this place, takes place today. Mr. and Mrs. Storm will reside in Ahnapee. James and Jake Empey were seen hereabouts one day hist week. The lat- ter gentlemen is .the present proprietor of the Dormer House, of Ahnapee. -GARDNER. ' / / \" .' Mr. John DQbrey, of Green Bay trans- acted1 business here, recently. Mr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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