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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 August 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, 8TUBGEON BAT , WIS., AUGUST 10, 1895. liiii IW'ed^ng ^Gelebration at South (& 0sfrk6sli Jrokeii Up intli ^•••:^y: -''.a^OharivarLV:--:4'•y^• • .- i.:. : TWONItN SERIOUSLY STABBED. lMS«iLI7m0SEN Knives Were Used Freely During a 3enera Fight—-Fatal Accident at Port Washington. Oslifcosb, Wis., Aug. ft.^fSpecial.]--' During awedding celebration on the south side Suturdayitf«l a party of toughs tricvJ to break It up with a chari- vari. Emil KoserY went out to expostu- late When he w a s knocked down, A jgeueral fight- followed during which Koser was'stabbed in the' back and his «on. Chavios Koser, was out .in the neck aniljust above bis heart. Mrs. Koser w a ^ t o tut on the arm. No arrests Imvo y»t been made, but the police arc jfcldug for two-mon-who have tied the •eity. \" - ' •.- ' \" • : ' '\"• - ' SUIT WAS A COSTLY ONE. Fond tin Luc Man Soiit Up on a Clisrgo of Tliolt—Notes. '.'•.'-*'• Fend du Luc, Wis., Aug. (Si—fSpccinl.] K. W. Sheldon, who was arre...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 August 1895

POOB COUNTY DE^bCRAT, 6TOj|GEey BAY, WIS., AUGUST lO, 1S95. OREAT BOOK FREE When TDT^R, V. Pierce, of JBniMlo, N Â¥. , published the first edition o f his work, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser he announced that after 680,000 copies bad been sold-at the regular price, &.50 per copy, the profit on which would repay him for the great amount of labor and money expended in producing itfTHTVould dis- tribute the next half million free. As this number of copies has already been sold, he is now distributing, absolutely free, 500,000 copies of this' W\" •• v : - — — . m o s t com* ~* ~ • • r COUPO N Tingrand val- (sense med- -* published„ — Ko.ua plete .ihterest-- nable common leal work ever — — — , „ , „ „ , „ - the recipient only being required to mail t© him, at .the above address,'this little «*)TJPON with twenty-one (21) cents in* one- .^nt stamps to pay for postage and pact- Sag only, and the book will be sent by mail. It i s a veritable medical library, complete in one...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 August 1895

j $ ^ ^ Ov Collections a apetto «^nts Exchange Bank. ,..'• •\". - _, ,:.VStUBGE:OK BAY*':^1S,- :'.:'-. Office over Relcbet'fc drug store, Cednr Street. I^Collecilons ii specialty, STURGEON BAY, WIS. J J M. McSAlXY, ...\"•••' A T T O K N E Y - A T - L A W . Collections made, and all munwr of Legal Business promptly attended to. Office ott St. John Street, opposite the Finn Notional Hotel. '•'STURGEON.'BAY, WIS.' ,. • •VKTlVVlASit JACKSON, A T T O R N E Y - A T - f c A W . .Notary Public, Real Estate. Collection Agency. Sollintf Tickets, una Payim Taxes for Non-' Residents, Drawing Deeds, MortKogciC Lust Wills, Vessel Mortgage* and Bill* of Sale also Murine Protests and other Notary Business correct and cheap. BAILKYS HARBOR. WIS. -OAY SUOKK HOTKI,, •** A. -J. FKIXNKR, Prop. 'Krst Class accommodations for man and •\"beast. A good sample room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. X X MKXUWAN' & JOHNSON, Vrop/i. Tide hotel has been newly refurnished an...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 August 1895

STURGEON BAY, WIS,il^TURDAY, AUG. 17, 1895. NO. 30, Moving Out! At very low prices, are our var- ious lines of Summe r flinkk**ta' mm We must make room for the on- coming deluge of V Fall Fabrics.- BILKS, 'Only a few pieces left of our swiv- el silks. You will never buy them nrn at such a low price again. Per yd. ZOu NOVELTY DRESS GOODS, All our summer dress goods will go at greatly reduced prices. GHfVLLI&S, 5 cent challies at 8 cent challies at .... 4C. 6C. HftNDKE,RGfti&FS, A beautiful line of silk einbroidV j - f t ered handkerchiefs a t . . . . . . . . . . . . . UUi SW&flTpRS, Our line is complete, prices, ranging from B!25Cto$2. SUSPENDERS, Have we ever called your attention to this lineP Well, they are the best made. We warrant every pair. If ends give out before theweb, we give you anoth- r.,eripair.^:' ...:i^:/ -^'-- •'•' -..-.y^---' ^ - \"• % -A 0 i B x Q :-.v.H: 4 35 ID - m 5 C D Z. o 111 Mr • « \" • -•h.:'-: CO FIRST CLASS :n^&mM and CLEASJSG of ,- .• '^...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 August 1895

-jffi|fii(iy^ '^SpWSMI^^^^^^Si § | Y | / Y ^ ^ . j(ii\"n\"' ''if ^^i V Y ' Y Y • \" ''Y,,- ,,,,-//\"-- ^PENGE OF A N E ( W v: y:Roustabout Opens Fire on th© :/'-: Crowd of. Passengers at -. '.Y:'Y'/: 1 0 & M - ' r Y \" ' Sti Louis.. - Y/:Y/8t, Louis/Mo,, . Aug, I {.~A deadly as- ! «Milt /watt made on the levee, this morh- 'Jhif.'-vAn enraged negro fired a fusilade /of bullets into a crowd of passengers j and members of the erew of the steamer ::'/Gity of. &t.Louis as they came down the ranj: plauk of the bont just after she laml- « ut the whttrf latwee 7 and 8 o'clock. Two white men and two negroes were Wounded, one fatally, but none of the passengers were hurt. 'Die wounded are: Loo l»avi«, colored, captain of the night watch, shot lu region or the kidneys, will probably die. Frank Bennett, white roiistahout, artery in arm severed, serious. .John Bell, xtewnnl of steumer City of CHlro. Uvea lu Vlekubarg, shot In leg, not •:•'. William Thomas, colored roustabout, shot ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 August 1895

\" • M M ' \" ^ i ^ a - a M M ! M i ^ — • —•——•—-aa— . • • • : - . , • PttAVER AJS.SWERiiDIN DISAPPOINT. -..': STENT. •'.?'•• \" O n e Jewel .more,'' I cried, \"to mate m e . g h n V ' . .•:.--:. . .•• •• . He took the one I had. \"Come ouicKTy, Uord, and Ileal this sroauued heart \" • . *. • Still more he made-it smart \"At length from trouble bid my soul re- . 'pose \" -.-••:• Yet tliicker came the blows. \"Grant uie a life of active zeal,\" I said He laid m e a d sick.bed. I asked to soar in sunlight, iis the lark But groped on. dumb aua\\ dark. •\"At least give peace la -triumph over sin \" More loud\\ grew .battle's din. •\"Oh, let rue rest with thee in pastures green \" . \" . . Only steep crags are seen. \"'Why with keen knife, dear Lord.\"dost prune me so!\" ,xGraee will more quickly grow. 'Why i n m y portion mix such bitter leav- • •.Jo-At .thee. inore for heaven. .Lord, take thy way with me—thy way, not My child', all things are thine: AH in the end, though grievous, shal...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 August 1895

i»d&ite:wiK^ u*mium*m*immmim*mmam :• v ':v--yutl»tae&'every: gatorday fcr M»*?,:. . } • ^5 :.,fti:V J?r^dc rf.. O.W.ALUHr Becrctary, *00*ClltPTION PRICK. 41.50 P*« Y«A«. S5SoEO^ , RAy,-, wis.,:: AUG, / '-!?,. (THis office is in receipt of \"Farmers' Bulletin No 29,\" issued receuUy from ,:ihe .U^S:''tept..''''b^••Ag^icultur^J,..oJ the pourin g of Milk, and other changes In IWilk Products.'* It contains informa- tion which should be known by every man and woruan, and especially by every farmer and dairyman. It gives the sources and reniediesfor many prac- tical difficulties, in the handling of milk and incidentally the causes of many common diseases which afflict humanity. It is too long for reproduc- tion, b»t it can be had by addressing the Secretary'of Agriculture, Washing- ton,!). C, - \"• '_•:_ T B E Lumberman, of Marinette, has won in the long hard fight against the chief of police *of that city, and the official has resigned, 'Em- some time t h e L u m b e r m a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 August 1895

JOO com** mm6cRA*, sftyRGmx BAY, wrs., XXJG. IT, isos. INTHB COUNTY OENEKAI. COirjfTV. • Meadows are again looking green since the Tecent rains. Nearly aU the pastures are again In good condition to furnish feed for stock. The board of directors of the Sevastopol Mu- tual Insurance Corporation met last Monday for the transaction of Important business. The Corporation is in a flourishing opnditiou. Truman Thorp, of Egg Harbor.has just com- pleted one of tne finest private residences to be found anywhere in the county. It is beauti- fully located on the high bluff overlooking the '•bay. . '•'•.\" • Not much more than five hundred cords of •wood has been shipped from Egg Harbor so far this season. The low price of coat in the large lake port cities is said to be,the principle cause that has brought about the exceedingly slow • demand and low price for this important com- .modity. • Mr. Peter Weborg has a red Astruchan apple tree, at his place on the bay shore about a mile beyond Fish C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 August 1895

-rPci^couyrr &jft«^^ fXx\\ Ma3i- • mjC^CHiSTBEDEAD, 8011. HOdt HEIRS CASE DISMISSED, |t Involved Title to Wisconsin Lands Z Worth Over $i,ooo,ooo~ Newsy State Specials. Madison, Wis., Aug 13,-f Special J '- IPhe Wae of the Hoce heirs against prop- «*3T jhotdm in this city, Poynette, Cro*a jMaiwrnnd other Wisconsin towns hivolv- luftine to land worth about $1,000,000 *t»dkmissed by Judge Bonn of the feder- •1 court tdoya for lack .of jurisdiction. Tho complainants filed an amended complaint UUsmorning, but even then it wa« held to the court that it hod no jurisdiction in fwease. The plaintiff* will appeal to the vrotea States Supreme court . Hooe^ was a resident of Prairie da Chico in the early days of Wisconsin. fie accumulated large property interests, • life claim in which passed to his wife mt bis death, in about 1848. She dis- posed of tap property and their children pow come into court and assort-that alio Md no legal right to do thin. SOME HTHOHQ TESTIMONY. , Ia*kowik ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 August 1895

P O O R COUNTY P^MQCBAT, • STPKGEOK BAY, WIS., AUGUST 17, 1805. F A » SAIMNG through life for the person wko keeps in health. With •Â» torpid liver u d the impure blood 4h«t follows it, you •re an easy prey ta all sorts of ailments. That \"osea-up\"feeling is the first warning that yoar liver isn't doing its work. That is the time to take Or. Pierce's Gold- e n Medical Discovery. As an appetizing, restorative tonic, to repel disease and build a p the needed flesh and strength, there's nothing to equal i t It rouses every organ Into healthful action, purifies and enriches the blood, braces up the whole system, and restores health and vigor. F r o m a T o n o f Coal . Somebody has made the interesting chemical calculation that, from a single ton of ordinary gas coal, there may be produced 1500 pounds of coke, 20 gallons of ammonia water and 140 pounds of coal tar. More curious still, it i s found that by destructive distillation the coal , tar will yield nearly 70 pounds of pitch, 1...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 August 1895

I p b » j C « l r t Y j . I ^ I*?-:. lirtiH^ of il^ a^^iM^^:' y Hd*IEfc TW^OJST, •:'' MBIfcMAJ* * JOHNSON, Prop*. •' fhi hotel has? been newly «!furiil*ttjia(and tefltti-d throughout, and offers the very bcatof accommodatfons for the traveling-public. Hot asd cold WOtttr baths. First-clags saniple rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats ana trains. Kates M.flO and *!•Â« PC -*»y. / . •-•/•• STURGEON BAY. W^S. : MATT. PETKBS* :•-,'. :•'.•• Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. T ufn prepared to make all kinds of first-class Boots ana Shoes toorder on the shortest notice. Special atumtiongiven to ropairins?, guarantee- ing good workmanship and reasonable prices. Customer* will find meat Jos, Zivney's old stand on Cedar street. STUKGEOX HAY, WIS. CHBIS. I'KOPHOM. Contractor for all kinds of BKICK AND STONE WORK, Plastering, Etc. I will make bids nnd take contracts for any- thing in my lino, or will work by the day.casionB.wordrandedeed Stone cut and drc&swl to order for any purpose. •...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 August 1895

&<-£**L\" : '\"T&^ty'^t\"1^ VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., S^UKDAY, AUG. 24, 1895. NO. '31. CONFIDENCE LeftPS 1 GOOD SENSE POINTS THE WftY tfTOOU R STORE WHEN YOU WANT - - - - G'LOTfijNG you know ours is the place to find it at the right price. We have Men's Suits in Dark Gray, Cheviot, the price of which has been 86, we are selling them at All Wool Dark Brown Cheviot Suit, straight cut. at Finest heavy all woolCassemere Suit at. LOOrtL $4.50 $7.00 $10.00 $5.00 $2.75 Boys Black Cheviot Suits at. . Boys Cotton Worsted Suits at Boys Knee Pants, Suits good wearers . 80, 9 0 , 9 5 , $1.25, $4.50 Boys Junior Suits, Coats nave jailor Collar, 4 to 9 years, at. ... •$1.j0T0$3.00 MACKINTOSHES, Both for Ladies and Gentlemen. A complete assortment of the latest styles. DON'T SUFFER with a Headache, when you can be cur- ed almost instantly FOR 10 CENTS with A n t i P a i n H e a d a c h e P o w d e r . Guaranteed to cure Neuralgia, Tooth- ache, or any kind of Headache. For sale by ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 August 1895

' p j l f ^ j b j ^ fe/Ai STURGEON BAY, WIS. yy Will S e t t l e t h e Mor a Claim W i t h o u t i. Jntera*t~Transfe r t o tie M a d e .^OV: :'':'\"•.. :::, '\":.at Havana. . -•' • Washington, D. C.,: Aug. 20.~A n agree- menthas been signed by Secretary Olncy, (Minister Dnpuy dc Lome of SSimiii, .'An-. .tonio Maximo Mora and Mr. Mora's .counsel, providing for the settlement.of the Mora claim on the basis of $1,500,- 000 on September 15. By the agreement the claimant waives all demands for in- terest and accepts the amount named as full satisfaction of the elaiin. This agreement was reached as the result of negotiations conducted between Minister de Lome and Secretary Olney largelysince their departure from Wash- ington, The memorandum was signed one day last week, Mr. Mora and the at- torneys being summoned to -New Eng- land for the purpose of consultation and to attach their signatures. There is only one point on which it anpearB jiossible that there may be a hitch. The Spanish gov...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 August 1895

BOOR COUNTX DEMOCRAT, ||lJEGEOIf BAT,WIS., AUGUST 24, 1805. • PHANTASMAGORIA. There was something beat on my wiadow- •• pane, •. And something cried with a grieved refrain, . \"Open, open, and let me In. I am come from the grave, where I have •• siepf. \"\" I heard iu my. dreams the way you wept. And I braved the night to find your light. Open,'open nud let me lu'.\" 1 opened, th e window wide and said. • -\"Thiice welcome hack, O beioved dead! \"otu out of the night, if you be fain.\" Uut naught came lu but the weeping rain. ^ h e r e was something stood at .tar outer , door, •••• And something sobbed to me over and o'er, \"Open open, and let me la! I have wrenched the locks of the graveyard gate. For the stillness there was desolate. I have hurried through the night to you. Open, open, and let me In!\" I flung the door on Its hinges wide. *-OU, welcome back from the grave,\" I cried: \"Come in, come in you shall fare full kind.\" Uut naught came in but the mocking wind. Oh, wheref...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 August 1895

SiK$S '''Dd6B?-ibdlJ*ro^^ : SI/^:i»aitohed:eve^ O.W.MIBI, Secretary, •uMCHiPTiON pRibe, S1.50 pun YCAR. STUBOEQN BAY, WIS., AUG 24.deacon Tins establishment lifts not yet found it necessary t o give away the Democrat, even for a year, in order to save or get subscribers, and so keep our local listthe largest of any in the county. We don't start in with dead-heads and we don't keep them, if we know It. AND now there is a movement on foot to boom Edward Scolield of Mari- nette and Oconto for the U. &.' Senate. Well, he's a better man for the place than Sawyer, Hoard, or any of the half dozen ringsters yet mentioned by theafter republican wire pullers. Bito. LoNO may be hard poshed, and a good showing may seem to bo desir- able, even if it is a sham but he is nothas yet too old to learn that dead-heads are not worth ranch, either to him or to his advertisers. The men who take a pa- per and pay for it, arc the men whom advertisers want to reach. Tim democrats of Cuyahoga county, Oh...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 August 1895

V POOR.COUNTY DEMOCRAT, SfPtTRGEOX BAY, WIS., AUG. 24, 1SJ95. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING and CLEANING of WATCHES. CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY. SattsfttotioKi G u a r a n t e e d . —Also w« are selling- Watches, Clocks, Chains, Etc. at close prices for GASH. CALL AND SEE.— — • r THOS. J. PEAGH. jgf\" Tw o doors nort h SUiminel's Grocer y IN T«B_COUNTY . j JACKSONPOKT. | AUK. Noll, of Stur/eon Bay, was in town on j Tuesday. ! Jos. Smith made a business trip to Sturgeon [ Bay Thursday. ' The Ludington, of the Goodrich line, was in port on Wednesday. • \" \" ' . • Henry Sargent and son George were in Stur- geon Bay on Wednesday* Chas. Reynolds made a trip to the county seat and baek on Sunday. , Mrs. J. A. Jones went to Sturjieon Bay on Tuesday returning the same day. Misses Anna LeClair and Emma LeMere were in Sturgeon Bay last.Friday. Threshing of grain is well under way. ,The yield promises to be exceedingly large. The sohooners Kob Roy and Silver Lake loaded wood at Reynolds' dock Tuesday. Mrs...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 August 1895

P O O I T C ^ K T Y P E ^ Two Prisoners Who Are Supposed to be Desperate Crimi- nals Escape, O n e Ma n Killed a n d Anothe r Injured o n t h e W i s c o n s i n & Michi- g a n Road. • Peshtigo, Wis., Aug. 19.—[Special. j ~ Karly this morning- as engine No. 5, of the Wisconsin & Michigan railway, in charge of Engineer Webster and Fire- man P , A . Spicer, w a s returning, from Bugley Junction to Peshtigo at OtfO a. JAI L OELIVFR Y AT F f l N n n i l I AC m - H Jumped the track while rounding a JIML VCLIVLn T A I r U N U VU LAO { curve on a high grade about a mile south of the junction. There were, on board besides the engi- neer and fireman Conductor Adama and Harry Lacroix and Charles McAllister, a brakeman. The engine was turned com- pletely over into the ditch and all but Webster and Lacroix escaped unhurt by BUBIE D mim M mmm Assistance was Rendered Them the Mysterious Jap~-Other State Specials. by Fond d o Lae, Wis., Aug. 19.—[Spscial.J —-There came near being a wholesa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 August 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STtTEGEQX BAY, VIS., .AUGUST 24, 1805 DO rov EXPECT Become a Mother? so, then permit us, to say that Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription is indeed a true Mother's tFriend,\" FOR IT MAKES ChiIdbirth Easy «. , . . by preparing the system for parturition, thus assisting Na- ture and shortening \" Labor.\" The painful oraeat of childbirth is robbed of its terrors and the dangers thereof greatly lessened! to both mother and. child. The period of confinement is also shortened, the mother strengthened and an abundant secretion of nourishment for the child promoted. Send twenty-one (21) cents for The Peo- E»e.s Medical Adviser, 1000 pages, over *x illustrations, giving all particulars. Sev- eral chapters of this great familv doctor book are devoted to the consideration of diseases peculiar to women with sugges- tions as to successful home treatment of same. Address, World's Dispensary Medi- cal Association, Buffalo, N. Y A n A i d t o l i e t T h i n g s A l o n e ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 August 1895

'©QOR-COtTOTVi^^ ^ i j ^ ^ n r Firms And Estebllsh- 5 fe g&nts'< *Ii|otBL TKiBafosrr, •'•'** ) H « I t M ^ «f JOUSSOX, Prop*. ^ s hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted ttro^out, and oftentthe *«**«* of s^m^c^attons for the traveling public. Hot S ™ o T water baths. ^ . « » » ^ « J««S S iSonis\" Free 'bus to and from oil boats and t?aS» Kates «.00 and S1.60per day. •::!,. STURGEON BAY, WIS. .'•' . . MATT. I'JKTKBH, '-.'•.'•.' . Manufacturer of B O O T S A N D S H O E S , l umwepared tomaUealt Miv.An of flrat-class fiootfand s S s to order on the shortest not ce. Special attention given to repairing, guarantee- ing goodworlcmanBhip and reasonable prices Customers will And roe at-Jos- Ztvueys old stand on Cedar street. \" Contractor for all kinds ot B B I C K - A M D ' S T O K E W O K K , Plastering, J3t,c. i will rualto bids and take contract* for any- Stone cut and dressed to order for any purpose. Twm puarantoo drat elms work nI brick.. stono irttla...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 August 1895

^ ^ I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ P ^ ^ S ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^s ^li^ilpilliiii» VOL. 3 . STURGEON BAY, WIS , &ATUKDAY, AUG. 31, 18-05. NO. 32. LOOfVb G R E A T E S T ^ Regular council mooting next Tues- day evening. Circuit court begins nest week. The calendar is larger than usual. All the public schools of the city open up for business on Monday next. O. A. Masse has cleared away \"the debris of the recent lire that -destroyed his entire block. THAT lee cl'eaht of RAinkenberg's is still in the lead. Everybody likes it. It is the talk of the city' Tins Bank of Sturgeon Bay is now comfortably settled in its new ({natters in M. E. Lawrence's building. Aparty of young ladies of Menominee, were in the city on Saturday last. They were out for u days enjoyment. The.Misses May and Alice Mullen entertained a large party of friends at their home on Thursday evening. There.was asocial party at Lawrence's hall last Friday evening under the auspices of prominent society young ladies. The 'salvation army hol...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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