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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 August 1895

: foq^ j|fo^^ STjURCEOt* BAY, W I S , I i: HHHEY PRINTING CO., - - PuMis&ers. HESSAOE MOM DENBY. U n i t e d S t a t e s M i n i s t e r t o C h i n a r S e e m s t o b e D o i n g H i s .'•:'-,'.•'•• Full Dutj*-...'.. Washington, D . C., Aug, 2 7 . - T h e state department is in receipt of a cablegram item Minister Denby it which .he states that in resfxinse to a request made by him' to the Tating Li Yamen, the Thofai Hsu, . Hsing I,'has been sent to co-operate with C-ousul Hix'fion in investigating tho Kii- tien (Ku Cheng) riot. The rank of the commissioner, who is an attendant of the circuit (Taolai) -in, by treaty, equal to that of the consul. I t is supposed a t the department-that the name of this offi- cer may have been altered in transmis- sion over the cable and it is possible that the name should be Hsu Yung I, a well- known metropolitan oifieer who for many '-years was vice-president for the .hoard'of worjks iiud has also been of late years * minister of the' Tsung Li...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 August 1895

POOR COtrNTy DEMOCRAT, SURGEON BAT, WIS., AUGUST 31, 1805. TH E O l D SPINNING WHEEL. I t used to stand !u the kitchen, in a corner _ • -.cheery hud bright, where the burninglog iu the fireplace shot up glowing fountains Of light, And the chickling flames ployed hide and seek with, the shadows hid away i n the yawning mouth of the chimney, so awfully .huge and gray Or leaped bat..oh'the'red'brick hearth and danced with the shadows there, While the bid wheel kept the best of time iu the tlrepiace's. fitful glare. Singing and spinning, Spinning nnd singing. Now fast and faster it turns, -.-. And the flames leaped high. And the shadows danced by, When grandmother used to spin. 'The wool on the old brown spindle was as snowy as the snowdrifts outside. And seemed as wel wbteiied it whirling ™^ 'round like a snowball taking.a ride Then winding the yarn in a big round ball, . so firm and soft and white, W e were almost afraid it would reallv melt in the heat of the open firelight\" -Hut ...

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 — 31 August 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, - f ^ t i ^ wm mm DEMOCRAT . ' ^iwrf saf fA« foitQjjlc* at Sturgeon Bay at »ecoTi4 clait matter. /-• Pall«i»«d every Saturday by the J . J . P I N X E Y P R I N T I N G C O . J. J. PINNEY, '•'.•' President.. 0, W. ALLEN, Secretary. 8UB8CHIPTION PHICB. .91.50«» YKAW. ST0BGEON BAY, W I S . AUG. 81. E D I T O R I A L . Vor the Consideration of Farmer*. The traveling farming implement man is around again, selling his waves to farmers. No doubt he has good ma- chines, and we have no desire to injure his business* this is a free land. We only desire to eall the attention of our friends to the fact that there are many .'.local dealers in this class of goods in live .county, who sell just as cheap or cheap- er, are liberal in their dealings, and when they sell on .time^'as some of them very frequently do, misfortunes are alwayw ooiiHid'ered when notes come due. Our farmers ought to be fully aware. able results. Though the orchards are still mostly smatl and youn...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 August 1895

DOOR COUSfTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY. WIS., AUG. 31, 181,5. FIRST GLASS REPAIRING a n d CLEANING o f WATCHES, CLOCKS. AND JEWELRY, Satisfaction Guaranteed. —Also w e a r e selling— ' W a t c h e s , C l o c k s , C h a i n s , E t c . a t close prices for C A S H . C A L L A N D S E E . — —mr THOS. J. PEACH, 53g\"\" T*vo doorM nort h Sliliuuu'l's Grocery. IN THE, GOUNTY. GABDNKR. \"Farmers in this vicinity have commenced their threshing. ' Mr. Willie Jensen returned tust Saturday from a visit among friends at DePere. Joseph Ludwick and his sisters, Mary and Amelia of Stokes corners, were visiting among friends here, lately. Mr. Chas. Kuhn. of Sturgeon Bay. is the guest •of his daughters. Mrs. A. J. Eiehinger and Mrs. J . Copley, this week. Mrs. Joe Pelletier, of Menominee, is visiting among relatives and friends here. Also, Mrs. August Jenkins, of Sturgeon Bay. Joseph Sltlcnars. a drover from Tisch Mills. •was seen here a few days ago buying cattle. He •called on a few of his friends...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 August 1895

' • M M M M M .pgoR-fouy^'PEM ^ Tribe ofV Ghippewas Pay Tlieir Ee8pect8 to the Winne- bago Bravea. WAR DANCE IN PROGRESS. Only One Quarrel Interferes with the ^-Festivities—-Black Hawk Seeks Revenge—Specials. Black River Falls, Wis.. Aug. 2 7 , ~ f!*pedal.]—The big war dunce of the Winnebagos near this city has furnished attraction for the past few days to a great number of visitors. Sunday being the gala day the visitors were treated to a genuine war dance in which the Chip- pown Indians joined. A vant'number of presents - were showered, upon the Winnebago dancers, who are far suppriot to the Chippewo Indians in the war dniieo,( being more supple and graceful. The visiting delegation of Indians left for their home* today. The dance, how- ever, -will be continued next Friday, Sat* ttrdny and Sunday, when another delega- tion of thirty Chippowas will visit the W iimobagos and extend the friendship of tlpf tribe and amoke the. pipe of peaee. But one encounterhas taken plaeea nd that w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 August 1895

IpOI COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUfiGEOX BAT, WIS., AUGUST 3 1 , 1895. In Our Great Grandfather's Time, big bulky pills were in general use. Like th e • \" b l u n d e r b u s s \" o f that decade they •were big and clum- sy, bu t ineffec- ,tiye. I n this cent- ury o f enlighten- k meat, w e have D r . P i e r c e ' s Pleasant Pel- lets, w h i c h cure all liver, * stomach an d b o w e l d e - rangements i n the most effec- . tive way. I f p e o p l e would pay more — - attention to prop- erly regulating th e action of their bowels, by th e use of these little \"Pellets \" they would have less frequent occasion t o call for their doctor's services to subdue attacks •of dangerous diseases. The \" Pellets \" cure sick and bilious headache, constipation, in- digestion, bilious attacks and kindred de- rangements of liver, stomach and bowels. T a e k C a t c h e r fo r T i r e s . An Indianapolis genius ha s invented a contrivance which h e calls a tack- cntcher for bicycles. W h e n a pneumatic ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 August 1895

'idb&CotJ^T^ BUSINESS 3M T p a t t i n g Firms and l&tal>l Sli- nients of €ity and Comity. TTfOTBi. TKEMOXT * * HKU-MAS & JOIINSOX, Vroj**. '•••' ^js'-li0t«jt'b8K'Wen-.m?wIy'.reftirn!«iic unci refitted throughout, and offers the very best of. accommodations for the tr»t*H»it public Hoi and %old .water baths. Fim efsv«s samplft rooms. Free -'tow to and from: ail boats una trains. Katestl.00 and *i.M) per day. STUKGKON I5AY, Wis. M ATT. FKTKIW, .... , Manufacturer of ISOOTS AXf SHOIiS- l urn rniP'tmi to tnribe all Uioas of tirst-cliic-s Boots atui Shoes 1.oorkrotiihf-rbort€,»tii'.rt!cr Speeiftl attention (.'iv.-n to repairing KUitrantee- Ji'ij* uood worlunnnshi]) and witinaaWvprice*.. Customers' will .find me at Jo-, /ilvw.'y s old '.stand on Cedar Ktreet. STt'IIGEON BAY. WJSi. V* . Contractor for it!) hinds o! R R I C K \\N1 STONIS W O R K , •Plustcrlnir.-Ktc. I will nuilse bids and 'a*\"' 'oonirftctH. for any thlni? i\" my lint', or win work i,y tin.' •day S...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 September 1895

:?'\"\"' '? • - \" t , ^ ^ \" VOI,. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATHBDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1895. NO. 33. 6.GREISEN. THE NEW -6apBS and.' --* • •* • Jackets. We wish to emphasize the fact that we show a line of Ladies Capes and Jackets, Misses Jackets, Childrens Jackets and long Cloaks, for fall and winter, 1895 that, in quantity and var- iety is surpassed by none, in reason- ableness of price approached by none. Every new creation of the worlds fash- ion makers is shown here at prices that predict the most phenomenal Coat and Jacket trade we have ever had. Plush Cape, fur trimmed $15.00 Plush Double Cape, quilted satin lining....... . . . . . . . . . . . $ 1 5 . 0 0 Astrachan Cloth Cape. $10.00 Chinehiiia Jackets, silk liued throughout. t $15.00 This garment is actually worth $18.00 to $20.00. Kersey Cloth Jackets. • -$15.00 Fine Beaver Jackets. ..$9, $11.50, $12 Ladies 27 inch Jackets, a very \" stylish garment in Beavers and Bouclis .$8 to $12 Ladies Chinchilla Jackets.. .$9,50, $10 Ladies...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 September 1895

S&i.^ P O O R C O I I ^ T Y P E M O ^ -':-li H:-sfURCEpN B A Y , w i s . ..'-:' : : i'l PIHNEY PRINTING CO., • - PoWis&ers. / « ' ' \" '\"''J'Ji L ' \". . \"i ', -i ..,. ' • • „ BELONGS TO ILLIKOIS. U n i t e d S t a t e s H a s N o C l a i m t o A c - :v c r e t l o n L a n d s A l o n g C h i - ..' c a g o Htver. Washington, D. C , Sept. 3.—The act- i n g secretary of the interior bus rendered -,-ft r e e important decisions regarding the ownership of immensely valuable ac- cretion kinds lying north of the,Chicago river in the city of Chicago. Th e gist of the decisions, is that the land does not bolung~lo the United States govern- ment, hut probably does belong to the state of Illinois. Th e first cane is that of George W . Streeter and I*. T. Johnson, who ap- plied to make homestead entry of. about 150 acres of land lying on both Hide* of the 'Chicago river at its mouth in L a k e Michigan. It is a portion of land tilled in by dumping bet weed the mean- der line establi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 September 1895

•__• DOOR COIJ3^1PDEMOCR^ STt!^eEON BAYv^IS , SEPTEMBER 7, 1895, •MMMaam__a______a__________^ THE JMLABINEB'S GJBAVE. 'Beneath the grim old beacon tower They made ids last straight bed. The gray ami grizzled slope below, Ana ocean wide outspread. There might he see the ships slip In Ami out across the bar, And .down the night the warning light Fling Us recurrent star. There might he hear the harping wind Uetnne its ancient strain. And that sublime nundelau, sea, Intone Its Joy and pain. There might his sleep be long and deep From time and tide withdrawn. Above, tbe. sea-guH\"» silverv whip , Until the last red dawn. —Clinton Seollard In Llpplueott's. THEARTISrSCOTTAGE. By HENRY S. BROOKS, _^Author of Dona Paula's Treasures.\" I nave lived all my life in Seaport, a little town on our north coast. Father was a clergyman, pastor of the First •Congregational church. Never was there a more faithful man, and never \"lvad spinster a more devoted helpmate. 'There was a residence attached t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 September 1895

DOOR COUNTY ImOCB ^ tiflOR WMtt DEMOCMT, MUered at the Pott OJfice at Sturgeon. Bayu • :':' ieaind elait matter. .' Pulinbed every Saturday by th e J.: : 0. PINNEY PRINTING CO. J . J . J P I K K E Y . E d i t o r . ttUSSCRIPTION PRICE, S1.SO P*R VCAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT. 7. E D I T O R I A L . T H E PBE8S, A N vst'Aia and illegal g e r r y m a n d e r is th e only hop e left for tiie republica n part y In this state. T H O S E Doo r county people wh o last fall wante d t o see a \" h o m e m a n \" sent to c o n g r e s s from this district because V'he could d o «nch w o n d e r s fo r u s , \" will er e lon g have opportunit y t o fully real- ize j u s t ho w m u c h h e will d o t o redee m t h a t promise . W I S C O N S I N sent n o delegate t o th e silver convention held in W a s h i n g re - cently. Gold bu g paper s clai m t h a t fact t o b e a n evidence tha t ther e is little silver sentiment in this state. T h a t is a n error . T h e r e is a surprisin g quan - ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 September 1895

DOOK COUNT* DEMOCRAT, StUKGEON BAY, WIS., SEl»T« T, 1805. 5- FIRST CLASS R E P A I R I N G an d CLE^NIKG of WATCHES, CLOCKS. ANQ JEWELRY. Satisfaction Guaranteed. —Also we are selling— W a t c l i e s , Clocks , C h a i n s , E t c . at close prices lor CASH. CALL AND SEE.- — m r THOS. i. PEACH. %g}~ Two doors north Shimmer s Grocery. IN THE, COUNTY . GARDNER. School in Dist. No. 2 opened Monday Avith J. A. Eichinger as teacher. Miss Victorine Herlache, who was juit seriously sick a week or so agoSunday loas so far recovered her health as to be feible to be out. \"'/' A large number of people from this town attended the Harvest dance at F. Pierre,s on Sunday. Those who were seen by your correspondent are unani- mous in declaring the dance sesond to none ever held here. Jos. Long, of Sturgeon Bay. who was out here about a week banginsr paper for Henry Gigot and Henry Neuville, returned to his home Tuesday. Mr. Long is a first class paper hanger and the parties for whom he worked he...

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 — 7 September 1895

• • I j f f i & f f i t i ^ •:'T^.'-F«r:' lifc^faoturere Attend tie Water Conference at (freen Bajr. liOVrUPHAM ARRIVES ON TIME Claim Made that Nothing Can be Done to Assist the Mill Men —Specials. Grocn Bay, Wis., Sept. 3.—[Special.]— ^CJp to noon today the onfy^ arrivals of ^hoae invited to attend \"the* water con- ference were Gov, Upham, Congressman -JMiuor of Sturgeon Bay and Alexander •Stewart of Wausan, with J. H. Kimbor- ly, the paper maker of Neenah, and some •titteeu..otuer repnweatative manufaetur- . «r« of .the Vox itivor valley. Congross- nian Cook of Oshkosh declined to come. Those present are n o w in conference at the rooms of the Business Men's assoeia- •-.-. tiou. • • ••• I t is positively stated by some that the conference cannot amount to anything. In W3« trn net- was passed by which, the •state of Virginia ceded the Northwest territory, including Wisconsin, to the United States. On August 8, lS4(i, the gt'neral Koyenuuerit made a grant of land to the. te...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 September 1895

DOOR COUNTY D E M O C R A T / S T ^ G | i O N BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 7, 1895. IfhebhwardM^ of Consumption is 6lopped short b y Dr. Tierce's Golden Med- / / YJfeJ&YI * c a l D'^avery . If / } JPSScSA y o i i B a v e n ' t waited i'fs. ' £*\\jSr I » * y o n d r e a s o n , }?&.'•• -'«6BTfiy^J there's complete re- t-/*'-.:. \\SL*f3/ari covery and cure. Although by many believed to be incur- able, t h e r e i s t h e evidence of hundreds of living witnesses to *J the fact that, in all ^J, its earlier stages, con- sumption is a curable disease. Not every ,case, but a large per. centage of cases, and we believe, fully 9 8 r*. -K „• • ~ . P 6 * cent , are cured fby Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, « e v e n after the disease has progressed so : f a r as to induce repeated bleedings from p the lungs, severe lingering cough with flcopious expectoration (including tubercu- Iar matter), great loss of flesh and extreme emaciation and weakness. A n H i s t o r i a n , o f I n d i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 September 1895

&oq«i^^ « * 1 ^ * t ^ HO^ISL \"'\"r: TREMOIO\", '.•••-i': HKltJ^Mr * JOilxsd*r. rrop«. This hotel has been newly, rejarnl*bea and •refitted throughout, and offer* the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths, First-elaas sample «om« Free 'bus t o and from all boats and trains. Rate? *!. and Sl.&O per day. , •'•.'• :' •:-v- STURGEON-BAY,WIS. •/ - • BAV mans norm* A. 3. FJBXLKKK, OProp. First Class accommodations for man and beast.: A good sample room.connected with this House. Batesreasonable. • ' SAWYER, DOOKCO.. WIS. '.'.'. FJ K S T X A l l O S A t , IJOTBI,, JOH N JJlJROKIlSOJ.', Prop. • v :\"••. A:• well-ordered house- Recently enlarged and newly lilted. . Good barri»,. Special attention given to the wants of farmers and their teams. ^Wines, Liquors and Clt?arg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. 1 (XION HOTEL, *-'• M, MOEIXEK, Proprietor. Corner of Cedar, and Garland Streets. One block from Uepot, two blocks Irom Steam- boat Dock. This Hotel I...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 September 1895

VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1S95. NO. 34. The cuts below •'represent..the-make, of Overslilrts and Underwear we sell. After one seasons trial we find it the most reliable we ever handled. \"STALEDWESTERN MADE\" WOOL UNDERWEAR^ OVERSHIRTS FACTORY SOUTH BEND*- IND. Of all we sold last season \"we never heard anything but praise, not a single complaint. It is made of long fibre wool and in all sizes. Shirts from 14 to 17| Undershirts from 86 to 50 and Drawers from 32 to 46. •5IALEYS WESTERN MADE\" WOOL UNDERWEAR** OVERSHIRTS fAGiORY SOUTH BEND — I N D . All sizes sold at the same price. No extra charge for large sizes. PRICES RANGE FROM 90C. TO $2. GVGRilS&N SCHOOL SUPPLIES -AT MAVE -M ||l?fEN : OENTS.# This looks very, .cheap, yet 10 cts.J26o •'.'will buy as gootl fMUSlG* as would ordinarily coat yon th ree or four times as much. If yon have not a catalogue ask for one. MO MUSIC EXCHANGED. LOCAL A P P LE parers at Seofield's. A IR tight heating stoves, some...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 September 1895

mm 8* POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAT, WIS., 6EPTEMBER 14,. 1895. $1toR6i#f*/B^V Wlb. XExiCoriTeaeriates of Louisville '-.Pi'. L: ^ Iptlng Their Former Foes ioiifsrille, K?., Sept M—The men that once wore the gray are vicing with the resident members of the- 0rand Army in their ^ttehtionB to the visiting vet*' ft*?/'. , t H foaWopel buttons of the United Confederate vetern ns arc to be •f«n on every hand, but their wearers '221 5 •'tin*La? K\"\"^'8- t'bilosophers and pleads to their guests of the week. This if tne first enrauipment of the Orand A m y to be held south of Mason and -DiJtona ,line~«ind it may be the last— *Bd no fraternal embrace could be more .•'•.:--»jnp'eto than that in which the erst- wwie Tictorj And vanquished are now in- duiglng. . That latch-string, concerning Which the brilliant Henry Watterson talked so_eloquently -before the member* n toe Jnttsburg encampment, is very much in evidence. Not one alone, but a Hundred of them, hanging on the outside of the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 September 1895

:: BAY, WIS., SEPTESIBER 14, isos. •\"Wliore are you going, youns Mau?1' cried tlio Maid. -•\"I'm going n cycling, JtfJssl\" be snid \"\"May I come with yon, yomig Mau'i\" asked the Maid, \"\"Why,• ye-e-es, if you feel like It, anss! \" lie ••• • said.' . - -•'...•'...' •\"But—:why do I find you like Han ar- rayed?\" , *\"OU, kuickers are cumfy, young- Mail!\" she .said..' ' * •••.• •\"But the boys will chevvy you, Miss, I'm afraid!\" 1 \"\"What does that matter, youns Man?\" she . • said. •\"Are you a Scorcher, young Man''\" asked ••.••• the Maid. •\"NotUlug so vulgar, fair Miss!\" up said. \"'Then I don't thluk much of you!\" moc-kc-d the Maid. -\"Neither loe 'Arry, sweet Misa!\" he said. rt'Wiint is your ideal, youug Mau?\" said the Maid. \"\"A womanly Woman, fair Miss!\" he said. •\"Thpn I cau't marry you, Sir!\" cried the Maid. -\"Thank heaven for that, manly Miss!\" he said. —Punch. WHITE MITTENS. By JOHN ALBEE. New England country villages which Sook like hives of happy and p...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 September 1895

'i^Ss^tf^ : •&,•&' W K N K ^ P « l i T f KG- CO. , VJ.••j.-:.iPtNKisv mat to r. 8UB9CHK»TION PRICg/$1,90J»B*t VltAR. STURGEON BAT .•! Wis , 'sKirt u. feDITORIflL. Why don't our esteemed contempor- ary say anything about the fact that hides are now worth 8 cents per lb. as against 2i cents under'the Mckinley law? BBIHIBUCAV reciprocity treaties re- (hired the price of hides in Door county to « W cents per pound. 'Democratic i dearer legislation changed inaUera so that the farmer and butcher iutw receive from 8 to lOcentn per Jb. for the same article. Yet the republican loaders assert that for the benefit of the farmer they will re-establish the reciprocity treaties. That will be the same kind of benefit republican legislation has ever been to the farmer. A UKPKESENTATJVK of manufacturers of stone crusher'ami road-making apar- atus, was in the city this week, to tryof and sell our city father* a stone crusher and roller. Every one appretJiate.s the necessity of having .-su...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 September 1895

pOOK COUXTX DEMOCRAT, S Y l t e ^ o y BAX, WiS r §K|»T, U , 1 8 y 5 . FIRST GLASS KEPAIUISG a n d CLEANING o f CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY. Satisfaction Guaranteed. —Also w e ar e soiling— W a t c h e s , C l o c k s , C h a i n s , E t c . a t close prices for C A S H . C A L L A N D S E E . — — THOS. J, PEACH. 33f~ Two doors north Shitmnel-s Grocery. IN Ttt&jXHJNTY. GARDNER. U e v . Curtis, of Ahnapee , wa s the gues t of Rev . J . B. Gothie r of this place las t week. J o h n n i e Sehintken , of N a s e w a u p e e . a n d his sister Katie were guests at the residenc e of J . G. Weber , last Sunday . Miss Katie cam e h o m e from Chicag o a few day s a g o . Severa l of o u r y o u n g ladies an d gen- • tletnen g a t h e r e d a t th e residence of J o h n W e b e r , last Sunday , a s a surpris e for Miss M a r y Weber , it bein g he r birth- d a y - T h e y all s p e n t a ver y pleasan t •afternoon a n d departe d leavin g he r t h e i r best wishes for m a n y h a p p y re - ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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