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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 July 1893

VOLUME XX, STURGEON BAY, :AWS^S^SIA^ '\"^tljV- 20y -1803. -NUMBER 42. €ITY COUNCIL MEETING. CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS The Members of the Fire Department Will Probably Resign Also.—Action Taken to 'Provide for Greater Security From Fire. Other Local Matters. The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held on Wednesday evening. After allowing a few bills and attending to some minor matters,, the question of regulating the manner of putting up build- ings within the fire limits of the city was brought up. As no suitable ordinance hud been prepared a committee of five, con- sisting of Aldermen Hay, Thorp, Reynolds and Overbeck, together with City Clerk Hamilton, was appointed for the purpose of drawing up suoh an ordinance, and the meeting was adjourned until this evening for the purpose of giving them time to re- port. A» near as can be ascertained the ordinance will not allow any brick veneer- ed building to be put up within the preseut fire limits of the city, and it is ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 July 1893

^KSSSSIm \"That man there /» a scoundrel.\" \"Mr. Fairchild left orders that tho package was to be given to him only,\" said tho clerk, glancing hesitatingly at the letter in his hand and into the face of the East Indian. The latter replied courteously and in good English: \"Very true, as he explained to me, but lie is with/a party up town' to whom he is anxious to show the article two of his friends leavo by the steamer tomorrow and wish to have a look at the diamond before tKey go. Mr. Fairchild was about to call a cab to drive down bore to get it, and they offered to accompany him, but that wus inconvenient since they are BO pleasantly placed. Besides they have a number of lady friends with them, and it-would bo hardly proper'for them to conio here.\" \"Did Mr. Faircliild say nothing about any difficulty you, were likely to have in securing this diamond?\" Inasmuch as the discussion was con- cerning the rajah's ruby, it struck Simp- son as singular that Wichman should re- fer to...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 July 1893

l l l l ^ \\f • '\"•V:X-\":'::-v^^^-'-'^-'^.-:'''p./:-'.'-'^-. * GROCERY ORACLE. Oh,Tve heerd Daniel Webster, an he spouted W r\".likeagodd.un,. .-' v': '-iv .^ ? iAn the rlppin, roarin ravin of the Bhvni bang • K RufusChoate, ...•'.•• .••^ :. V \"i?- .'.'O^VUV*^- ••\"notbMid But for undiluted elerkunoe an intellechul : pudoVn • - A - ^ v A - t '•-•Ak'- ••' \" •'.• V*.'' SamPickering at Blancom'sstorejest gethers ''.'.'• inmyvote, \\}:Ai • • .'.: ^'^'V V/:-S •.•'•'' . \"With jollygy an cogerfyanrifentickhe rastles. An' ha- grabs the cyeiopedy, an he flings it , fair*nilat '' .v. :\\-\"v./-v:v'. ' ••• \"v-,\" .' • An he rips up all-the sciences an flings 'em rounin passets, -\" For the reservoyot wisdom spouts frqm Jest beneath his hat. . » He knows the presidents'messages from\"Wash- i n g t o n to Grover. AriTne eighteen*ninety census he can say the hull thing-over. The congressional reports lie packed inside hisliraln. An then Jest turn it back'ard an say it onc« .-','.- again. ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 July 1893

plfll iltll «Thile©Mdotn» : '! v.v.v:u..i..' . ,v.i:.». .. . Single Copies........ %. ,,y.,,V..,..o,.• • . .WJ Adyei^Jii g rates furnished upon application. v.11.00 -,.-•••. J*) EnUredat thti2'6t(oJk4inSturgeon Bay,- Wl*. v^::v v:v.:? ^V*«»iU*^«»*..mttw»'-. - •.\", ''••••\"...•.'••• STlrtUjrHpN BAT f {WIS., JULY 20. teiftJ. .. O N E VIEW O F TH E PANIC. y5 That we a r e a panieky people, very much given:to getting up eonsatlons and then be- \\ coming the victims of these same sensations, tea proposition that grows more and more evident/ A sensation developing into a panic seems io.be almost a necessity of our national life. The nature of the sensation Is not of so much consequence as that it must bo far- reaching and touch the entire life of the coun- try. It may be religious in its character, as witness the Christian Science movement of o few years ago, when almost every class of people seemed to come under Its spell. It may be social or political,,or it may bo com- mercia...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 July 1893

I had a friend who lived for Troth, \"i f *Whp sought it east, who sought itWart, , In city streets and lonely haunta, v \\ .'?::: -And died nnprospered ^n the Quest. Another who tor Beanty Byod • For Beauty bartered all beside. And in the evenins: of his days •' \\ For Beanty, «^:iwfiti'he 'dled.:: ,..'••,:.. And inany iitniiie\\Mt^rean^Qb^'lwlh Contention oft the potot was long. - One Troth's brave knight inweal and woe. The other Beauty's champion strong. But when they crossed the flood of death '. The eternal, all revealing flame \" :-.. Flashed on their souls, and then knew they That Troth and Beauty are the same! -William Cowan in Good Words, B3SLASTEIDE. Victorio's camp had been located, in a general way, on th e Mexican side of the Bib Grande, about due south from the lit- tle rapply camp of the American troops stationed at Eagle Springs, Tex. Because th e river could not be crossed by United States forces, there could be no special loca- tion of the Apache bivouac—simply V...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 July 1893

11 $mm$®m& m^0^^i^i^j^S^§^ja^ni^ ||t0'^J#'Kfe ',7^ fejfrta\"':\"''^'Vv'*fi^ ,rThe win moon glows thereby, • r'^!I%oila^a]. occiahisles - ^ J -. c^': flflemced u*rosemary,- :- \" ,i'V-Hf: '1^'''Tb^li^bca:.la'thft bed f :':OftKfrdiYHorrehthead, &if Thorollingriver brink, r^ -:Wlth'pltnaJr.'se4ges gray, The ford where foxes drink, . The crct'rwhero outers play, '.\"'••\"•\"'•. Yearnupward,'all of them. To grasp thy raiment'* hem. ' ' —Lorddc Tabley. ASACEIEICE. • It was an evening In that fearful Winter of 1854-6, memorable for the Crimean war, ., whose terrible stories of danger, privation and heroism the veterans delight to tell by* the fireside at honife The cold was intense, snow lay thick upon the ground and was still falling noiselessly through the gray and dusky air upon an English camp in the Crimea. A space had been cleared around the tents,, and-the men were seeking such warmth as was to be obtained around the campfires! It was the eye of battle, as one versed in th...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 July 1893

MM mwmm : yiiera &'sinjjle!xicgtnai shoot of ^he crocus jbears the . n a m e o f Erinna. Tha t w a s al l ....._. ^—:,. l^iatXvbinanhoodgav e o f durable poetry t o i - l i i i s i i ^ f r T* ^ . r . Wk« i i i « i t-^e ' th e literature of amiquity . JL critic, writ- ^ T R I B U T E T O T r l E P A F ^ O R L E ^ j i n g 500 years after her death, speaksofstil l «OME AND DEAR MOTHER. {hearing th e swa n note of . Erinna clear CHHBKEtS C0EUM& T h e Ship's'Colors. Oh, sailor, j-ouwt sailor, with ton on your cheek, 1 stUl thinkin g those 800 hexameter verses ttemurltable Record « f P u b l l e Service. \\ s u n g b y a girl o f 19 a s lovely a s th e loveli- ATVordtotheJoodYoun»Glrl—Th e A n - est of Homer's. I Even a t th e tim e of th e birth of Christ above th e jangling chatter o f th e jay s an d * Wha t flag i s your echoontT to fly a t her peak? Oh, Jack in bluejacket, 1 pray you declare Wha t colors your busy bri)\\vt» lingers prepare. : « i e n t W o m e n P o e ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 July 1893

mmM^^^^^m ALARCLAY,JR^1S404. •WE HATTTIE 8., 2!l£^3«. Service Fee, iJoor Co, Breeders, 92S. GEO. BR ASF IE Lb, 16644. BRED FUR GREAT BROOD MARE SIRE. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, •25. HANNIS, JR., 4393. BY HANNIS 821, RACE RECORD 2:17«. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, fJ25 BRANDY BOY. RACE RECORD, 2:20\".. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 9J 5 MAPLETON,JR. HAMBLETONIAN AND MOROAN. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, SIS. DICTOM, Grandson Dictator 113. 8IRE JAY EYE SEE, 2:06U. Service Fee, Door Co, Breeders, S15. DUKE VI. 9213. IMPORTED PURE-BRED SHIRE. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, SIB. GRAY GEORGE. RACE RECORD 2:4254. Service Fee, Door Co. IJrceilern. 88. SCOTCH CLAY. IMPORTED SHETLAND. . Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*, Srt.. Special Premiums: I will pav *2,* in premiums to mvnni's of eo!H 'si rod by our stallions: tlio colts to he'exhibited at the trromids of the D O OK Cor.v: v .Ar.un'f.f.TL'UAC. S O M K T V, during the lt :'5 Fair, viz: ALAR CLAY, JR., COLTS. IJest Colt, $1 o...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 July 1893

llllll^ ^.f'.r-'i'.-.-c^-'X/ mm---UM:f VOLUME xx STURGEON ^AY, WIS., TBffJllSDAYy JULY 27, 1803. NUMBER 43. THENEg|IR^ MAYOR REICHEL WILL ACT AS CHIEF FORrmE^PRESENTT\" - ~ With a t i m e Practice the Company Will ] be a Good One.—The Water Works Ques- tion.—Various Local Matterf. V An adjourned meeting of the city coun- cil was held on Thursday eveniug of last week. The resignation of Wm. Halstead, chief of the city Are department, was re- ceived and accepted. The members of the fire department, feeling that Mr. Hal- stead had not been treated fairly by the council, also handed in their resignations, with the exception of Martiu Weis. The resignations were promptly accepted and the members of the city council \\vere ap pointed to act as firemen until a now com- pany was organized. The work of select- ing members for the new . organization was given to the Are committee. The hook and ladder company was disbanded and will be entirely reorganized. The hook and ladder truck now iti use...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 July 1893

^fc^^^^^^Mj • ' / : : . . : • « , ' • • rGWWW menmn PRESS *SS?N^ C toosiikxncDwJ \\ : : ' 'A ' CHAPTER:XXI.- .-\":• Defective Simpson' and Lis old friend conversed for sonic time, speaking,in each low tones that not even the clerk, whose curiosity -was aroused, could over- hear what was said. Then some arrivals diverted the attention of the hotel man, and Simpson strolled out. Making his-way to the cigar stand he purchased a couple of perfectos and was sauntering away again when he found himself face to face with*Arthur Fair- child, just returned from witnessing the \"Old Homestead.\" \" \"The very gentleman I want to see!\" exclaimed the officer. The young man had walked down from Fourteenth street, and his face was aglow with health. He looked inquir- ingly at the detective, who added: \"I am the gentleman who sat behind you in the smoking car from Warhamp- ton this afternoon, and if you can spare a few minutes I will be obliged for a short conversation with you,\" \"With pleasur...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 July 1893

vc The humaring bird m rapture sings HU Jubilate 'mid the vines-i ^ ^ ^ 7 The wind bears o'er his rainbow wing* 7 :•• TheDe Profundisof tl«s:jpine%:Si,:-'^' *\\ \\v In bowers where the jasminei-burns :£•• An incense pure through woodland ways The mocking bird o'er golden turns : Outpours his morning hymn of praise. ' In woodbine cells t ho bees rejoice. And from his sweet seclusion drawn The brown thrush, with a poet's voice. Sings the clear canticle of dawnl 1 Ther8parrow8 chirp on every bough And where the dimpling shadows pass The insect choir is chanting now The Glorias of leaf and grass. , —W. EL Hayne in Youth's Cktmpanion. , AN ESCAPE. A prison is never a pleasant abode, but it is especially disagreeable to the prisoner who knows not what day he may be called out and shot. Such at least was my im- pression during three months in the: Con- cepcion prison in the state of Sinoloa. \"Wo were 64 political prisoners—insur- gents who had taken part in the rebellion of General Kome...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 July 1893

W^^mrnM&^mm JOURNAL. PUBLISHED Publisher* ^St*«')Blx^Mo»thiftv^^i^i^«-:v.^v.. v. .,.v. v. :VJ» i p w x * f c T b r e e ^ tfS0^®«tni^^ 8TURGBON BAY, WIS.. JULY 27. MM. THCPRESiaiCNT'S iPOLICY. wiloh professes to announce authoritative- ly tbe immediate policy of President Cleveland and his adminstration on thewithdrawing •object of the approaching session of con- gress Ity is briefly as follows: : 1. Silver reform by the absolute and unconditional repeal of the Sherman law. 2. Tariff reform to be prosecuted in ac- cordance with the pledges of the party as soon as, but not before, tbe finances of the country are again upon a staple basis. This policy, it is stated, means that tariff reform is not to be put aside, but that tbe more pressing exigency shall first be attended to. The silver stumbling block in the path of prosperity must be removed at once in order to make other reforms more easy of execution. Mr. Cleveland believes that the only possible way is to move against i...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 July 1893

mWWMmmm iPllllll^^ CaseCo. ofPMladelpbia, watch case manufactur- ing concern in the world, is now putting: upon ^ | | ^ B o i F i f l e d and other casestnide by it, a bow (ring) which cannot be twisted or pulled off tfce^tch. It is a sureprotection againstthe pickpocket and the manyaccidents that befall watches fitted with the old-style bow,whichis simplyheld in by frictionand can be twisted oflF witii the fingers. It is called the and CAN ONLY BE HAD with J P t cases bearing their trade mark— I 0 f Soldonlythroughwatch dealers, without extra charge. Ask any jeweler for pamphlet, or send to the manufacturers. •:-:'• Arrivals and Departures. .,•''.-•/' Vessels passing through the canal for the weekending July 36: July21st. Down: 8heboygao, W. 6. Good- man, Una, 8\". A. Wood, WoUln, Mary, K. Mott, Olga, Petrel, J. Spalding and scow* 3. K. Mar- tin, E L Nilsen. MarrMilis, T. H. Smith. Wm. Aldrlch. Up: T. d w(lson, Sheboygan Joys, G. Grummond, K. C. Reid, F. D. - Stimpson, F. Woods. Ju...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 July 1893

M0M Wber Amid plueh and Chippendale, The glossy Broiuwood looms, Beyond the HHe«»nd the palo Upon her as she 6lngff Tnurse a dangerous sentiment,., Which worships beauteous thins3. Bred of that exquisite content Which only dinner brings. At her white throat the diamonds,dart Their many twinkling Are Worth decks her frith his matchless art In daintiest atUre, ./-.\"' And Wagner's mighty brain and heart Her melody inspire. Ah, mel we Greeks of later years, - In equal peril cast. Where even the stanchest comradefearn That he must yield at last, . Find none to seal with wax our ears Or bind ns to the mast •'''..\"•\".• —St James Gazette. A WARTIME STOfiY. It was at the Oglethorpe club in Savan- nah one evening not long ago. The quar- tet of men in the big bay window were three of them old acquaintances, although meeting that day in the southern city by accident. Pond was on bh* way to Palatka to join bis coast survey party. Georgeson bad been down at Key West on a collect- ing trip fo...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 July 1893

wmmm llllllll^ IrtOW TCy CUT AND FIT TFHjE WAIST V\" AND. UNJ^Ct:^v -: ^:3 The Proper TooU and the Tut c and P»- tlence—-HOTT to Take the Measurements. Placing the Diagram Correctly—Moldlns It to the Body. [Copyright, 1863, by American Press Associa- tion.] Theladywhowi^esto become a thorough dressmaker must have the proper tools and necessaries to begin with, besides a lar^e amount of patience and taste.' The tools needed are here briefly mentioned: A cutting board or folding table.. A tape measure. Three pairs of scissors, one, for button- holes. : •J-y. ' ' _•. A pincushion for general use and one to fasten to the side. Aneedlebook, Thread and sewing silk as mtich as one likes. , A press board for ordinary waist and skirt. A sleeve board for pressing sleeves. A heavy flatiron and one light one. One or more wire frames for draping . skirts. A tin body for adjusting waists, trim- mings, etc., on. A bundle cap wire for collars and stiff bows. Elastic, braid, bindings, whalebones, c...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 July 1893

wmm 8£f§§l ISlfl His- §f0M i£'-i-.•••••••:. • ALARCLAY.JR., 15404. •Wi HATTIE I., 2:19*. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*, •25. OFO. BRASFIELD, 16644. •i IREO FOR GREAT BROOD MARE SIRE. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*, • 98, HANNIS. JR., 4393. BY HANHI8 821, RACE RECORD 2:17*. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, S8S, BRANDY BOY. * RACE RECORD,2i20K. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 915 MAPLETON.JR. HAMBLETONIAN AND MORGAN. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, SIS. DICTOM, Grandson Dictator 113. SIRE JAY EY E BEE, 2:06*. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, CIS. DUKE VI, 9213. IMPORTED PURE-BRED SHIRE. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, Sift. GRAY GEORGE. RACE RECORD 2:42*. Service Fee, Uoor Co. Breeders, •Â» , SCOTCH CLAY. IMPORTED SHETLAND. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*. »ft. Special Premiums: I will pay $25 in premiums to owners of colts sired by our stallions the coKs to be exhibited nt the grounds of the Doou COUNTY AGiucin/ruitAT. SOCIETV, during tho 18'JQ I'uir, viz: 1 ALAR CLAY, JR..COLTS....

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 3 August 1893

FIRE COMPANY PRACTICE. OUR NEW FIREMEN BEING DRILLED IN THEIR DUTIES. The Company Is Mow Folly Organised and Ready for Business.—They Got Oat In Good Shape Monday Evening. The members of the new fire company met on Friday night of last. week for the purpose of perfecting their organization, lit addition to the appointment of Henry Hahn as foreman, which was made at a previous meeting, Martin Weis was select- ed as first assistant and August Noll as second assistant. Ernest Long was elected secretary and treasurer. In view of the fact that many of the members of the com- pany were green hands, it was thought best that they have a practice 'meeting once a week for about a month in order to enable the new members to get used to the duties of their positions, these meet- ings to be held on Monday evenings. The company accordingly came out on Monday evening and showed what they could do. They got out in good shape, the steamer being stationed at the corner near Chris Leonhardt's and a st...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 3 August 1893

lfS§ip|| 11» summer girV* In-inipimm&taAtmn br^ U» ?^t&0^ : *riUe» ^«wn6jaa*ih that come*,ababeams |||J^ji P? ^i^ her woudrous l!SM? ! *^4f$%^ '.',•••• ''','•'-'••\".^-'. : ' • ft flliv^^^ii^liiipjwi 1 tlHMMraa* beach the while th* # @ y ^ y S^^'inobn'-wksjibi^Jw* '--• A \" :'''' •: •'•' - - • i\" . \"Aad aaye t ^ oheeald iiS^'-^&W^^^ hdpe. and ^ p:.f:f From what »heaay», alphe can fill her .beftrt, *S w:-v 'f \"'\"*' •'''•' •'•:••'' •''• \"'. e • y«on* Brokely*aWarily bottom with a wondrou* *rC:^-:-*:-'-:: • • •'• ••''••••''•• ••'•he ^th K : • To note the loveUght .\"» her eyes while munch- ing caramels '.'•••..:•• ' \" '. ^^v -^:-'vv^y^llcb:frJpm.: tfae'fae•t•d''cltir'he thal_dajrhafl S%''^'\"^:v '*»fMt^rtrto-hioiilr—-r,\"\"\"^ '\"\"• -~-:- *7.'Itwerei,\"ST~tEe ''i^^ ? V./'-:Joit^ioaeeUvthatwlfiMmeJlght^inakejiWil- ft.'.,//•' -'\"|Un*«'pal«s«itlr.'..-.' And In the ballroom every night alio waltzes with Jack Vane * , A*ttshe never, imver hoped tauanco the w...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 3 August 1893

OT^MJM^^ A miracle sweet Love hath wrought! Not as your jugglers at the fair Have dons when they have deftly caught Fresh Ttwes from the wintry air. Not so, my masters, tavebath doM ^Something beyond man'sk*n. Bis skill Exceeds the might of any one- All things are BahJectt^his^wllL v What he hath done is tMsi A maid Passed by me (it seems yesterday), And forthwith at her feet I laid My heart, and fervently did pray. And thenT Good sirs, would yon believe ThUmiracle? Most graciously She then consented to receive The gift, and whispered she loved me. —Flavel 8. Mines in Harper's Weekly. JUMPER ADAMS. ~— \"There'll^^br^htinder^aBa^tlMe^lnZHie diggin's when Peaceful Sam comes back an finds Ms claim jumped,\" observed Hairy. Tom sagely to the crowd of loafers assem- bled in the bar of the Roaring Blister, the first and by far the largest of the thret frnt^xjook'ereTOW,mates! I've only got » l n the world, but I'll lay that wi' any of jm^jKoak. money, that I stick tojthe claim an Peacefu...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 3 August 1893

'WWii m$?&: §Mm mtggg!^^ * • •••••—- •••-'•-\"••' m? Publisher. ..•LW AdTerttei^ mtot furniai^ap(m application Etti4t*& at tk* Vtolojfa I* Btvraeon Bay, WU. ^:'-:'--yy-A'^'.:«i$tcoM-elo$s matter, OTDTOIWNBA^^^ WH& W*«. RMTON8IBLE. In a. recant issue of our local republican : contemporary is given the vote by. which the silver bill bit 1878 was pasted over Pres- ident Hayes' veto. The figures were no doubt intended to prove that the republi- can party baa always been opposed to any legislation which would result in making oar silver currency worth less than gold. It will be remembered that the bill referred to was the the immediate predecessor of the Sherman silver bill, and that lately re- publican editors have been apologizing for the latter act by claiming that the act of 1878 was much worse. If, as is claimed by republican papers, the \"grand old party\" has always stood up for a sound currency, we might reason- ably . expect to .find it voting solidly against anch...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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