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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 January 1893

^OL.,1. STURGEON BAYrWIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, !$$ February frrin of court • opens on Tuesday, Febjuary 7tb. The inside I f Stiles «Sj Reynoldsldrng store has reeefved a new coat of paint. STohn Drabfras kicked by a•'\"vicious •horse at the Northwestern House barn, and'is disableSfrom duty. ^ rJChe Catholie seTiool commences this week to j)repa « class work for an ex- lubilion at'thefVorlds Fair 'Liveryman brought over White, of Ahnapee, i load of six traveling men, and their baggage,.on Thursday. Some of omf citizens feel confident that the railroad will reach our city ••'early in August}next. We hope it will. There is nowSrom twelve'to fourteen inches of snow jp our forests in such places as it lufe neither drifted nor blown off. \\ _____ \\ ]So mail reaeh(J.l here from the south on Friday, of th^ week, owing to an accident on the Kewaunee road, east of Green Bay. V . - ——— •-. • .Miss Lizzie lVopsom departed for Chilton, this state! on Thursday after- noon, for a short visit ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 January 1893

A jREW SUGGESTIONS FOR OU1B '-:'p-\\- \"•' RURAL READERS. Celtanrny for Wintering riant»—rump- kins Make JTelloiv Batter—Foeii Hack for Pomtiy-Stock Should Bo Sheltered— Facts About the Fariu. Convenient Plant J?lt» American GardenihK gives an Illus- trated description arid sketches of an ingenious plan for utilising an out- door cellarway as a plant pit The ordinary outside cellarway is almost EXTERIOn OF THE TIT. invaiably made to face the soutli, and is thus in the right situation. All that is needed is to substitute glass for -the wooden doors, and make everything snug and tight, bankinir i with earth if thought necessary. The inner cellar door is left open and dan- ger from freezing is thus avoided. The cellar steps serve as plant shelves. -Many plants, such as century plants, \\oleanders, large cactuses, etc., that have grown too large to be accommo- |lfited in the sitting room or eonserva- v-'Jfcory, can be wintered in any moder- fateiy dry, frostproof cellar. After placing...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 January 1893

A MAN IN THE BELL. •WJiat Was Int!ml«i for nJaaUe Proved lu be o F«arlul ISMllly,' In my younger days beifcringing was much more in'fashion among the young men of r——than it is now. Some fifty years ago about twenty of us, who dwelt in the vicinity of the cathedral, formed a club which use'd to ring every peal that was called for. One Sunday I went with another into the belfry to ring lor noon prayers^ but the second 'stroke we bad pulled showed us that the clapper of the bell we were at was muffled. Some one had been buried that morning and it had been pre- pared, of course, to'ting a mournful note. • / \" ' . . We did not know this, but the remedy •was very easy. \"Jack,\" said my com- panian, \"step into toe loft and\" cut off the hat,\" for the way we had of niuflling was by tying a piece of an old hat or of cloth (the former was preferred) to one side of the clapper, ivhich deadened every second toll. \". S . I complied and mounting into the belfry, crept as usual into the be...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 January 1893

'0mmm*mm*imMmm^Mn i n i''' lCiNli®IM06Rfl^ ^i»»©W«»^ioM, i»»iipB,:.*i.5o^p'eR.vBAR. ^ 5 ^ * ' « K K C l A i i NOTICE....: v Aii:pewions Addressing communications to the Dooa COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publishers and not tue paper alone. Always address as follows:\"•. PINSKY:i'--'SHEPAIID, & publishers, vH$i: --\"- \"-i • • .'Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY, WIS., JAN. 28,1893. slant effort and pleasure to make this paper the favored guest of every household in our county, and a necessi- ty to eveiy o%(! who has lived here, or who has friends or property within its limits. And now, friends, if the object lie worthy, if the end be good, if the. enter- prise promise, an adequate reward, lend us your aid. JOHN J. PINNEV, ,'. KIKKB G, SUEPAUI). We squint and grin, and look *o won- drous wise, whenever we attempt to moralize. • AN'NOWCI^IENIV • v'-tfb THE PDBLIC: An unwritten law of tlie press requires that a new candidate foti adinission to the brotherhood, sho...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 January 1893

IN THE, GOU^ty: GARDNER. The snow is about one foot deep iu -the woods, but ih the clearings it is all the, way from bare ground to fifteen feet deep. ^ Most of it seems to be where the raids ought to be. Considerable shovelirig was necessary to open the roads, after the last storm, but now the , roads are in a reasonably good condi- tion. A great deal of cord wood and cedar shingle bolts are being got out by ourthis farmers. The wood is sold to A. S. Piper & Co., and the bolts to Jos. Neu- yille. The Messrs. Piper . are also buying all the steamboat wood they can get. They want 5,000 cords, and will pay $1.25 for hemlock and $1.00 for cedar. \\ It is not at all probable that the Messrs. Piper & Co. will put up any ice here this winter, except what they will need here for packing fish, etc. Our fishermen are doing considerably' better than they have done the past few winters. They are catehing more wlit fish and trout and not so many -skutiks and lawyers. ' Large quantities ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 January 1893

l i i i i l l DEMOCRAT . ^ f URGEON BAY/WIS. jKOMtETftSHEKABU - Pnblishers. DUaatrons Cctlt»t» a, Few tlllm from Awos III., J»n, 21.—One of the moat frightful accidents thai ever occurred in OJT near this city happened at 0 o'clock \\fbiB morning at Alton Junction, four miles from here, on the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus & St. Louis Rail- road, The Southwestern limited train from:'git. Louis was thirteen minutes »*te, and came Into Wann, the station at the junction, at the rate of forty miles an hour, and ran into an open switch, crashing into a train of freight cats contaiainj a number of oil tanks. Two of the oil tanks wertf split open *nd the oil caught fire.' The flamed spread to the other tanks, box and flat cars, and the entire train is now burning. The passenger engineer, Webb Rosa, bravely remained on his engine to put on the air brakes, and was killed. He lived at Mattoon, 111. Fireman White escaped by jumping The engine and the combined baggage car and smoker w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 January 1893

DEMPSEY IS GUILTY. Conviction in the Homestead • - Poisoning Case. 'The Jury Decides Upoa a Verdict in a Little Over an Hour., PiTTsnuRG, Pa., Jan. 20.—Judge Stowe •delivered his cnarge in the Home- stead poisoning case against Hugh F. Dempsey, district master workman of the Knights' of Labor, at the opening of court thiB morning, and the jury, retired shortly before noon. At 1:^0 o'clock the (special jury returned with a verdict of guilty. In his charge. Judge Stowe said: \"You will first determine as questions •of fact whether poison *was used by Gallagher in the mill as he sayB it was, •and if so, whether W. li. Griffith, the «nan named in the indictment, was -sickened by such poison, and if so, whether Hugh F. Demp- soy tbe defendant, WOB a party t o such poisoning as alleged bv the com« anonwealth. 1 have carelull'y avoided •anything like an opinion upon either of these facts, because it is for vou alone to dstermine them and render your verdict in accordance with euch deter-...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 January 1893

WILL BE FOUND IN THIS PARTMENT. DE- JEWBCKSITC Cue of Salt Injurious to AV-RBta- tlon—How to Select seed—Now .Scheme ••/of Haymakinsr-Notes on Various Farm ' . . ITJoplcs.'.•-'.'.'•• _______ Common Salt a» a •Fcrtllixer. While salt, or chloride?, one of its principal elements, if used in execs/* .is injurious to vegetation, it -appear.?' that there are soils in which -a mod- erate quantity:)*) beneficial.. Chloride and Sfidiuuj. the elements of salt, me both found in small quantities in the composition' of 'plants. Some years ago, the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, found that an excess upon the tobacco crop was an injury to the burn and quality of the leaf. J'ut nearly ail writers on. agri- cultural ehemial recommend its use in moderate. qu^nt'Ces. Stockliai:i says: \".Saiall quant't'e-. of common rait an.'-'found..in aimo t every s.printr of Water, in even- oil, in every plant.. .We /kid it everywhere. becju.-e it k indispensable to the life of animals and plants.\" ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 February 1893

DISASTROUS FIRE. Nearlu an Entire Block of Hie Gitu in Ruins. LOSS FULLY $25,000 Thofienru Peschon Buildino—Haneu Bros/ Larue Warehouse and . , (Mtice, B. Hahn's Opera House Block, Whollu Consumed*. . The Building Owned by Mrs. H. Hahn, VRed IM a Harness Shop by William Halstead, Torn' Down to Check the Spread of the Destroyer. •-.-'•' • vBThis morning at p:SO( lire broke out iii the north-east corner of the large warehouse of Haney Bros. The fire de- partment were promptly upon the Aground, the engine being placed at t he reservoir on the corner nearest the en- gine house, and less than one block from the tire, but before a stream could be brought into play, the flames had ex- tended apparently throughout the'whole of the interior of the building, which was only one story in height, and a frame structure, covered on all four sides and roof with corrugated iron, and to this fact is due the extraordina- rily rapid spreading of the flames. ' The iron prevented the tire from breaking t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 February 1893

AUT) THTf F \\ti%1 f f m a A i n decayed stomps. .Sift i t and JXXMJ , A I J J J j . A l t a i , seesthat there are no worms'init-aad mix i t with some dry garden soil. With this soil and good drainage plants will grow finely and '- will re- quire little or no stimulating'. Some- times a fence rail or a stick of wood becomes imbedded in the earth and decays. This soilis excellent, when fine, to mix with common earth. Burnt bones mixed with pieces of broken flower pots are very good for drainage.—Indiana Farmer. A DEPARTMENT MADE *UP FOR OUifl RIJRAU' FRIENDS. 16 Prevent Waste in Foedlne-ProHtaMe- ««»» or ,Crfis^-Tl» Whip I* a Itollc of Barbarism—A .Serviceable t o j Sled — f New Breed of FiraUi-y. \" ' Combined StncK Y%rtl ami Mnnger. Most farmers utilize the straw more than they did twenty years ago, and many of them consider good bright oat and barley straw to be worth, Trellis Tor Dewberries. ' A correspondent of American Gar- dener in describing bis way of mak- for feeding ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 February 1893

TO FIGHT THE CHOLERA F O B Q U A R A N T I N E A N D M A R I N E H O S P I T A L S E R V I C E : Inuiger that Cholera May' Come-^YVhat M o t B e Done.to,Prevent the .Epidemic from Beaching Oar Shores—legislation to Check Immigration. The Scourge and the Fair. Will tno cholera invado the United States In '93 to decimate our population and play havoc with the Worlds Fair? Can it be kept out altogether, or will it be allowed to get a foothold and exceed the distressing experiences of last sum- mer? What safe guards can be provided, and what means will be the most effect- ive? These are the questions upper- most In the public mind. Various precautionary measures are suggested, and it will be strange in- deed If, out of the abundance of ideas offered and experience, brought to bear, some adequate system is not evolved speedily for the protection of the na- tion from the dreaded scourge. The British Government has determined to appoint a cholera survey with a view to preparing for the imp...

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

lii^t^ 0/:,•: :':V: Br ••-''\" V \\:.,*• •„ Jitditora and^Proprietors. .-!•'••• SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. SI.50 PER YCAR. • SPKCIAI. NOTICK. , •-.' , ' • . ~ • All persons addressing communications to the Doou COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please aaaress the publishers and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: , . PtNNKY & SHEPAHO, Publishers, -. • .,' V : Sturgeon Hay, Wis. SJDK(JEON BAY, WIS., FJ3B. 4, 18JJ3. The BOOK COUNTY DEMO- CBAT hi owned by Democrats, edited by Democrats, who always have been and always will be Democrats, and we proclaim to all, of any party, if you want a good paper that you may always know just where to find, sub- scribe for the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Henutors New and Old. Edward S. Murphy, Jr. . is elected United States senator from New York, and Tammany's chief has hastened to assure Mr. Cleveland that the new sen, ator will offer no captious opposition to 'Mr. Cleveland's polie.v. That''Cleve- land objected to Murphy, and favored the election of Bourkc ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 February 1893

Teachers* Meeting at Sturgeon Hay, The meeting was failed to ortler at 10:15 A. M. by the President, Judd Russell. The secretary being absent, W. F. Andersotij /was chosen'secretary pro tempore. \"Physics—Electricity\" was then taken up by W. L. Damkoehler, and interest- ing hours were spent in discussing the subject. A recess of five minutes was taken after which \"Constitution—.Judicial De- portment\" was taken by \\V. L. Dam- koehler. There',not being time enough to finish the subject before dinner, a mo- tion was made and sustained to finish Constitution in the the afternoon. The time having arrived when the wants of the \"inner man*' began to as- sert itself, the meeting adjourned for dinner. The meeting was again called to or- der at 1:30. \"Physical Geography—Moisture\" was very ably discussed by E. E, Beckwith. A short recess was then taken, after which the work in Constitution was fin- ished. Those who were present feel that they now have a much better knowledge of this dif...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 February 1893

S!!® m* mmmmuimWiimmmmCSm wn mmm STURGEON BAY, WIS. PIHNEY & SHEPARD . PnbliJJhers. REWLTMHIWAIL M o n a r r u v O v e r t h r o w n b y t h e P e o p l e — A s l t U n c l e S a m ' s P r o t e c t i o n . Siwr FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 23.—At 2 o'clock ibis morning the steamer Clau- dine arrived in this port from the Ha- waiian Islands, bringing important news of » revolution in that kingdom. A provisional government has been es- tablished byjin uprising of the people. Queen Liliuokalani has been deposed from power, monarchy abrogated, gov- ernment buildings seized and a new provisional ministry, composed of four members, is sustained by bayonets of volunteers. The Queen attempted on Saturday, January 15? to promulgate anew consti- tution, depriving foreigners of the right of franchise and abrogating]the existing house of nobles, at the same time giving her power of appointing a* new house. This was resisted by the foreign element of the community, who at onco ap- pointed a comm...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 February 1893

BLAINE IN_THE GRAVE. Funeral of the Ex-Socretary of State at \\Vu»lili\"toi WASHINGTON, D. • C , Jan. 30.—Mr. Blaine could not have a private funeral. Every effort was made to comply with bis own understood. wisheB, and with the expressed desires of his\" family in this regard,,: but the surging wave ol public interest swept over the bar- riers imposed and made his pri- vate funeral one of most impres- sive demonstrations in honor of the dead. The most eminent men in the nation stood around his bier. All busi- ness in the nation's capital was suspend- ed during the period when the funeral services were in progress. The pres- ence of the President and cabinot and supreme judgeB and high officials ol Congress and of th e diplomatic corps, waB not more significant than the horn age of the waiting crowds, who in re spectful silence lined the streets througl which the luneral cortege passed. The parlor on the second tloor, where the body lay in the cedar casket, close- ly sealed, was fa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 February 1893

Wife Inanitions SyM^m of -'Cpntlci l.«»r«i- \\The disturbances that have shaken Tennessee over the convict leasing s'ys- tftm htiVd opehed,the eyes of leRislators ili other conviot-leaaihg State's.- to the iniquity and dishonor of the praoHce. and nowsit eeetne that in some of the Southern Slates the infum us jryetom will be abolished. In Alahanaa a *iil to abolish 'the practice was iiitroducM in the Legislature nnd a similar »it«*us- uie will eoon be drafted in Georgia. The foriiior State has 3,0rti eoriviit*. 75 per cent. o£ whom are negroes. It is self-evident that the leasing of thesB men to mining companies ia'dotriniental to the interests of the i ,'00 free whit miners of the fcitate* while tile 'prow* derived from the leasing are v ry hr-itr- niflcant and do, not eoinponf-:at* ih State for the spirit of discontent lit- system fosters. This is rat ainly iiin1 of Tennessee, wher it cost the Stvu* more to'suppress the riots than liv- en .'tire leasing proflteth'.' The prop...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 February 1893

VOI^I m •M LOCAL. ••• ._ • _ _ _ 4 i . . . • ••-- .,:..•• • -, . The Green Bay stage has again got to running pretty nearly on time. , Potafocs\" have, become' so scarce in Chicago that they are only afforded by the most wealthy. It has been many a year siu.ee this city has been so completely cut off from mail' facilities as during the past teb •davs. \". . . • • ':-\"• ••:':.. •\"•?' uS^v • Nels. Johnson, of Whitefisli -Bay^tiif sold his- farm to Geo. Peterson , ebljH sidoratiou $700. Mr. Johnson .^i|l^t|r' tire from active^'ami life.:' • ''•' '-,/-'^vS^ It is'very probable that therewilLhtj ft bill, providing for a general fisK M introduced at the present session o | | l p legislature. Though no such a 'Mil':'&$s $ $ 0 materialized, it is e%ectedf^!e|r ^it^os, it will be of a miture tnatfi^iffi ^^sjfactorily.-regulatcIie ?MtJtft|^|(^ ^ ® § ^ g . qf-'aH 5 | n r ' : ^ l r a | ^ l t p l | | p Once again, we desire to eatttwnfaij who send us their subscription, orpidS dress this...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 February 1893

tfte i i i l D S T * DEMOCRAT . StUROEON BAY, WIS. WNiTEY&SHIlSABl) - Publishers. SIX MfcN RUN DOWN. Fatal Accident on a Railway Track in a • : :'^'/ Blizzard. •:\\:\" Syj:ACcsE,N. Y., Feb. 4.—A torribl© casualty occurred / u n the Tenth Ward about 7:40 o'clock this morning. Near the state pump house at tho foot of Emerson Avenue, a Central-Hudson passenger train, west-bound, ran down nix men. Three were killed outright and three injured. One died at the hospital, another is dying and a third is seriously hurt, KILLED. JOHNllYASu PATIUCK DOYLE, of 107 Wall Street. JOHN MAKONKY, of 508 Schuyler Street MICHAEL J. CONNELL, of 1S2 Eureka Street. IJvjTJREP. MICHAEL MAKONEV, of 406 Lake View Avenue, foreman of the section injured about the hips. _ JAMES IIUTCHINS, of Emerson, Ninth Ward fatally. When the ambulance arrived at the place of the accident there were but a dozen people about the place. The three dead men lay upon the ground just as they had been thrown iwide, while the yet...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 February 1893

BADGER NOTES. T H E body of Daniel B. Lillie a well- Scnown logger of Wausau, was found on the ice in Eau Claire River, near mat place. He was 65 years of age ana leaves •-a large family. T HE remains of Thomas Tarrant an old resident of Eau Claire, were taken to Mus- kegon, Mich., for burial. FLORIAN PJXUOER, a La Crosse cooper, Jhas mysteriously disappeared from his home aud his family, and his friends are .anxious as to his safety. WOBD has been received at Eau' Claire of the death of Georgo \\V. Brown, at Den- ver, Col. Mn Brown was formerly a resi- dent of Eau Claire and was prominent in politics. Mlis. NETTIE S. FISH has commenced action for divorce in the circuit court at Chicago from her husband, J. ,F. Fish. They were married at La Prairie', Wis., in 1S8U. - r T HE Bonn Manufacturing Company, of Minneapolis, paid S33.0U0 for the right to •cut pine ior three years from 1,840 acres of land in Ashland County. CO.VE of the long red sandstone obelisks to be used in the foundatio...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 February 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. riiBUSHKDWEEKI.fr BY P I N N E Y & S H E P A H D , .Editors »in Froprlftors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. .'-•-• SPKCIAI. NOTICK. All persons addressing communications to the Doon COUNTY DEMOCIJAT, will plcaKc address the. imlilishors and not the paper alone. Always ii!lelreu8 as Tallows: • P I N S E Y &. SIIKRAKII. Publishers. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. S T U R G E O N H A Y . W I S . , FKK. 11, lB'.fii. J U D G E W A X / I R K Q G K K S I I A M . of Chi - cago , is t o bo Secreiary of State in th e Clevelan d administration . Thi s is a bi g s u r p r i s e t o nearl y everybody . It di d n o t see m a t all probable tha t Air. Cleve- l a n d w o u l d go outside the part y r a n k s for a n y e his cabinet oilieers, a n d least of all w a s it eve r thought that h e woul d fill t h e highest office next his o w n with a n y othe r tha n a dyed-in-the-wool d e m - ocrat . Judge ( i r e s h a m is a m a n w h o possesses a sense of hono r far d e e p e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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