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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 June 1893

LOYE FOR A DAY. CHAPTE R VII—COKTISCED. H e Iai/1 his hand lightly on her beauti-. fut head, \\'It is never too late to mend.\" he said. \"I have often wished that you could give a little of your time and attention to char- ity.\" \"Wh y did you not tell me so?\" she asked eagerly. . , :' \"My dear Louise* there comes a time when every one wakes to the realities of life. Your time had not come. ''1 shall never be so careless again. I feel as though all these years I had truly been asleep, said Lady \\ o r k e . Then they discussed what was best to be done. Lord Yorko suggested that one of the pretty cottages built on modern prin- ciples which stood outside Woodheaton should be given to the poor woman rent free until sue was better. Lady Yorke was to allow her so ma'cli each week until she could earn money herself \"You must remember one thing, Louise,\" said his lordship, '\"that you will meet with, many cases quite as pitiful as this, and that it will not do to give all to one.\" T...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 June 1893

#*-. APPLE-TWIG BORER. A P«»t That Does Great bnntago In Orchard ami Vineyard, As the season approaches in which necessary, pruning is done, a word or tw o is timely with referencb to the most available methods of checking the borer whose wor'k is now most likely to be noticed. The apple-twig borer, Amphicerus bicaudatus, occurs generally •where orchards and vineyards are cul- tivated, and its worlc^ as„an adult in - boring lengthwise through the eancs or the new wood of the grape and the twigs of the apple is fdmiliair to all observant fruit-growers. The burrow of this insect is along the pith of the twig attacked, and almost always be- gins just above a bud. At this season, the beetle may often be found in the barrow, head downward, and while the effect of its work is not the immediate destruction of the twig, as the cavity is apt to catch and retain rain water, the decay of the wood is the usual re- sult. The life history of this insect was published, from observations made at ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 June 1893

VOL. I. Cedar wood 75c. a loaL./ \" :.--#- Ccdajr'&.Pine mixed 75c. a 1M& jAnV'me$1.00 a load.. :::..--:Wi§ d^\\ DELIVERED. #§ STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 10,: 1893. OUR CULLS have been spoken/bf highly 'by those who have used them, y Onlo 40 Gents a THousaind- W. O. Brown Mfg. Co. mmy GfiBB^G E PLANTS FOR SALE. Good large plants of the best early rari- ties, 50 cents a hundred. Ready to •••••, set out any time J O B TONG. t - ) o ( - ||^B9r£,::Ti ^am^gip^ ^I |^^freshlime onJiand at my '^i^^^M}':f^^^W(M^^ liifitil 5|tone quiaro in! the city! Hfti•HS:TROH p BtEltlQUAUTERS ^l^^i^^feS^^p^Sb^g^^o^ ' v !g#i :lit- : a^j^ r^^tip|g|^ ^ .der#f thJGisei^^ -': la^£r^^ the '^V^ipus-^^ jacen.frfo $i^ , - . A s ^ s i ^ ^ ^ i e ^ ^ $?ipfie$L$£?( this\\v^ekoo^plel^^ jricis^theSturgeon |lay^Brf^i^Gp. ^usT oc^ceiyea\" aiiTelel^iit vHtteiof jcweiyea\" au ele^iltvliii e Brbjidblbtte*!^ a|fei&Mte^^ Rummer iGftOCKJEBY an d GXASSW^UlEi ixxx:::x. . NewStockjustreicelvedi-••:•..\"' 7...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 June 1893

DOOR COOHTt JEMOCRftI, STURGEON BAY, WIS . PIHNET4SHEPARD - Publishers. ^PRICK CASE IS DROPPED. indictment Growing: Out of the Homr- stead Riots Nolied by the Court. • P m s B c n o , Pa. , June 3.—A sensation was occasioned to-day b y th e quashing of 4 b e proceedings i n th e Carnegie leases growing ou t of th e Homestead strike. Th e grand jury ha d found true bills against Chairman H, C. Prick, Vice-Chairman J . G. A . f.i.'iHlni •Â», Secretary Lovejov, Otis .-'iiiJdh, j.t.Porter, Robert and Wiil- »ui Piukcrton and, all thePirikerto n •mployes engaged i n th e Homestead /lots, th e charges being murder, riot !Uid.«on8i)iratry. Yasterday the private •counsel, for th e prosecution sent th e following letter to the district attorney I'irnjm.iHi, Pa.. June 2, Wtt.—C'tarcnco •juiflriflh, Jut/,, District. Attorney of the Covrti of AlUiihtnii -County—Hut: Tho. under- «IKIH'(I counsel for the prosecution In the va- rious Mwett against H. 0. Prick my tliatafter 'repented and full exa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 June 1893

EDWIN BOOTH IS DYING. | BANK FAILS IN CHICAGO. file Attending Physician Says the Great! Actor Cannot Long Survive. XEW YORK, June 5.—Dr. St. Clair Msadowcroft Bros & Co. Unable to Meet Their Liabilities. CHICAGO, III,, June 5.—-Meadow-croft Smith, Edwin Booth's physician, issued j # ros -. & Co., private bankers, doin NEWS PARAGRAPHS. litis bulletin at Jh-IJO o'clock .this niorn- I have seen no improvement during the night- ST. CLAIR SMITH', M. D. Pressed for more definite information commercial paper business similar to that of Herman Schatlner & Co., the banking firm which made an alignment Saturday, closed\"their doors this morn- ing. The concern was one of the oldest in the city. Their assets and liabilities regarding the great actor's condition, j were not stated. An application for a - l»i Umifli. Dui.l \"YI-..11, T .,..: ».,...,,,-.-,.r. f.^_ *Ke„ 1: 1 ' 1 . . . ».i 1 :.n. • Dr.. Smith said:. \"Well I canno4. t ^tdd,-anything to the bulletin I is- s u e d ^ a t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 June 1893

DOOR COUNT* DEMOCRAT. Entered at the poslotflce at Ntvrgeon. Buy, as ^necMdcimtmatter, •\". VV BUSHED WKKKtY » r P13SIN ISY • :&'. S H E P A R D , K(lltor« (iml 1'ropriftors, SUBSCRIPTION PRICES, Sl.50 PBfTYBAB. fcl'liCIAf, NOTICE, AH peiwn atldrfcsfclnt? comwiuntputlons to the noon COUNTY MKMORKAT. vviii .pionse oddrertH the jub!f«licrHnn not, the paixT alone. Always aOdn.'MK an totlotvH: i'JKNKY •& SlfKI'AliU, }UbHH|jr.:rs • Sturgeon Hay, Wis. , STUKOEON KAY, WIS., JUNK 1.0.. Our r,o iiI Flit:w-ia (Jorulitloti. 'riw.vc has LXM.'JI liiimwHt* bank, fail- ures in v.'irious parLM of the country, anil sill hut. Ihcvhi'M one or two 1 l.hifinto.know have bciiii owing \"old ,- to a lack of con- iiilciico in tiif^ sroiiiidw** of (lie iiislitu- • Uons jiuiiHij? Ii'|)o,ilor-i Every bank must, loan money hi order to make the money with whirls to pay the interest on deposit*. As every!iolv who ha* hail to borrow, know* full Well, ample Hconrity U always i.^iveu in mortjjiigo-., coll...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 June 1893

IN T-HE COUNTY. JUDDVILLE. The sawmill owned by the Wisbelieved . Chair Co. has been removed from Egg Harbor to this place, and is now busily •engaged in sawing the logs which were banked here last winter. The mill em- ploys, about a dozen men, and \"will probably be here six weeks. Mrs. Fred Fellows passed through ' • here on her way to Fish Creek, whore she will spend a short time, visiting her -old home at J. Norton's. Otir worthy Supt., Walter Damk'oeh- ler, visited our'school last week, and stopped over night with friends here, among whom he is always a welcome visitor. been lawfully repealed and that it was the duty of the,court to grant the relief prayed for by the district attorney. He that an .injunction should be issued. - •. ' In the course of his address Judge Woods said: \"There is a claim that the local corporation tendered the park to the United States, but the defense pre PAINTING The Grand Old Man Beading In Hia Li- brary .at Hitwarden. McClure Hamilton, who has bee...

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

WISCONSIN HEWS. ' AK unknown wau stole a horse and l)tiggy Iroin My'er's livery bam at Keno- v-. -.:. -'.''slid.\"'\"'1-' ' MKS. MVROX PACKAKO, of Appleton, :'-was seriously* injured in a runaway .acci- '.'•*•' •rfeht. FUANK BISHOP, of Plattcville, bad liis . cc broken by a heavy timber falling upon him. .-.-,\" ' • \" .ft • * ' Two -.children of Mrs. J. B. Fleming, of Kau Claire, have died within the past two weeks of diphtheria. jAjh:s COLLINS, the Edgerton sprinter, ways he will not proseeutetjie man who recently shot him in New York. „ JOSB:I 'SMALLKX,- a Kacine , niolder, had his foot terribly burned by a quan- tity of molten iron running into his shoe. Tm: farm residence of the Rev. N. A. Sunderland, Kitnated about ten miles west of ISeloit, was destroyed bv tire. \"• Ivofifi $1,000. • • I HAY, t lie 12-year-old eon. of William Clumper, of Neeedah, accidentally shot himself Through the leg while handling a revolver. WILLIAM E.M.VI J:V.V residing near Augusta, had bin foot badl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 June 1893

LOYE FOR A DAYy . CHAPTER, IX—CONTINUED. .\"You have come back to me from the dcnil!\" I cried.. \"Oh, my love, welcome! 1 have never doubted you, Mark, through the weeks and months and year?. I have loved you just the same. I said alwavs thai it you were living you would coniefif dead. 1 would take my love and laith un- tarnished to you. Speak to me, Mark. I have hungered tor the sound ot vour voice and for the sight of your face. * Speak to me.\" I heard him whisper words that seemed to me like a prayer. \"My true, loyal Nell!\" he said. \"1 knew you would come to me if living, Mark. Ot late as you did not come, 1 felt Mire that you were dead. I have never doubted you for one moment. Mark.'' Jn apa«sion of .joy and gratitude I put niv arms around his neck, tellinghrm, with kisses and tears, how glad ancl happy I was, how 1 thanked Heaven, how my hap- piness was all-the greater because my an- guish had been so keen. He was strangely silent. But I heeded not when my raptur- ous wor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 June 1893

SUCCESS IN GRAFTING. The Essential Tarts of the Operation Distinctly I*oJi»U- Out. The owner of an .orchard which he finds contains ,mttny trees which re- quire redrafting desires some special instruction by which he can make his grafts live and grosv. He has been more or less unsuccessful in the trials lie has formerly made, and wishes the essential parts of the operation distinct- ly pointed out. It is hardly necessary to speak of the importance of doing- the work at the right time, and with materials in the right condition. The grafts should bo strong, well-grown shoots of one year, in fresh and healthy condition and as the trees have grown several years, and the limbs receiving the grafts are an inch or an inch and a half in diameter, common cleft-grafting will be found most convenient. In the northern states, apples and pears may be com- monly grafted during the last half of April, but if the scions have been kept in fresh condition, the work may often • be done during the mon...

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

YOL. I . Cedar wood 75c. a load. • Cedar & Pine mixed 75c. a loaJ AH Pine81.00 a load. . • :--{'§M !.':-i. DELIVERED®!! O U R C U L L S have been spokpit?-^ : highly by those who have used thenr,ft Only 4 0 Gents a Thousand. W . O . B r o w n Mfg . Co. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY^ JUNE 17, 1S93. §iM\\i^: a W « ^ ^ - 0 i i a ^ , a r c . . M « M - ^ ^ ( y . ^ f b : , t h e i v i f o i i r t h of July dele- - . i S t e ^ W I ^ ^ ? ^ ^ S ^ ^ i | bratibh itfeaugii r t i ^ • columns^* • thfIjiay^re \" EARLY CABBAGE.,PLANTS FOR SALIR. Good large plants of the best early vari- , y^bes, 50 cents a hundred. Ready to •rfi-rS Set out any time. S S i i ' 5 . J O B • T O N G . ||pp§i^|rfesh lime always oh hand ai rny f|||S& ifstone iiuaxvyin the city. 'ft^ - ft HAT \"THE KILN. I JO-HN FftLK. IllSSTROH HEADQUAKTEKS FOK .•a | t S B O e K E R Y a n d G L A S S W A R E . rv*'jii%'/-' '-New Stockjust received. • j^V,:- SIWW Srfl Cheaper than ever for CasK Only iS^gpWiirpay the highest.m...

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

DOOR COUHTT DEMOCRAT. STURGEON SAY, WIS. PIHNEY&8HEPARB - Publishers. NEW PENSION RULING. *. The Commissioner Defines What Is \"Total Disability.\" WASHINGTON, D. C , . June 10.~ Judge Lochrcn, the commissioner of pensions, with the. approval of Secretary Hoke Smith has issued the following importantorder as ^adjudicating and fixing rates of pen- sion under the act of Juno 27, 1S0O: 1. A claim for pension mulcr th' scemid W.. tlon of the set Of Julie 27, IWKI, can only he nl- lowed upon proof of mental or physical liisu- Itility of a permanent rluuurter, not the result of the clttlinniit'fs own \\ieloiislmliits, iu- 3»PttcltatlnKhin for IheperlWinimec of nuiiimii labor In such a degree- its to render him tumble . to earn a support. 2. No spccillc Injury or disability can ns Mich •have a pensionable rutlnc under Unit net nor be considered otherwise than us itiiffw-ts tlu-ciipne- ity of the claimant to perform .ordinary iiiumiul labor. ____-&-toiof thnt the diMil.illtv is not...

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

WORLD'S FAIR HOTEL FAILS. The Harvey House and th.a . jorne Improve- p nt Company in Trouble. CHICAGO, III., June 12.—A receiver w:a& appointed this morning for the ! Harvey World's Fair Hotel and the I Harvey Home Improvement Company. ! . Walter Thomas Mills is the principal \\ •creditor, The assets of the! Home Improvement Company are ' scheduled at $141,.\"nK) and the liabilities\"! •at $tt,000 The assets of the hotel com-1 . pam'are $8-3,000 with liabilities of £1X1.- j tJOO. The failure is the result of an ar- \\ tide which appeared in the Vninn sig- :Jial, the oilicial organ of tlie W. C. T. I ., charging Mills with, ••irregularities in conducting the ho- tel scheme, which was built hy 'subscriptions chiefly by temperance people. The Improvement Company was closely allied to the hotel scheme\", its puipo.se ln'injr to furnish accommo- dations, home supplies, moral and 'educational' entertainments, lectures, /literature, recreation and amusement end to conduct and operate ...

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

DQOR COUNTY DEM06RAT. Entered at the pontofllr.e at Sturgeon Huy, u« teconil clan* matter. IH'IU.ISHEI) W'JSEKLY IJY . P I N N E Y & 8 H E P A R U , Kdltorn unci 1'roprtutors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1^50 PER YEAR. sr«t iAi NOTICK. All pirson? addressing uommunioatlonH to the Dorm COUNTY UKMOMKAT, will i»ii. nso address th« putJliKhf !-* mid not the paper alone. Always artdr*!H.s ta follows: ' PjNNKY & SlIKI'AHIi. PuhllKliers. \" • SturptfOti Iliiv. Wis. STUKGKOX KAY, WIS., ,n XK )7.i To make the country believe Unit the McKiiiley turilT was a threat blessing, Poster Fonikei' \\nu\\ MeKinley invested largely in its newly protected industries, just to show Unit they could lake their own jiiedieine, und it proved an einelie instead of an internal regulator, u„ is shown by the Failure of all of I hose men. The people of the l.'nited Stales may thank the Democratic administration fortheiael that this unsettled linancial condition ilid not materialize three months ago, Kveryhody...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 June 1893

~~jk THE COUNTY) UNIOJSY ' .' ' • . . \" Mr.F. B.Riley, who was \"born and raised in the town of Gardner but is1 UQW a resident of Fort Howard, visited .friends here a couple of days last week. —Mr. R'dey is employed- by au eastern moneyed king, and furnished'witli the necessary instruments to explore -and collect specimens of underground treasures, such as precious, stones, gold, silver, iron, coal, lead, .plumbago and tin. He carried several valuable speci- mens which he Jouud in Nasewaupee' and Gardner. He also found a few ceiniine specimens of iron hero in Union. Capt. Frank Renard has already made two trips across the bay withiull cargoes each way. Tlie return cargoes .consisted of lumber and shingles.' -.-' ,j||:y Mr. Frank Dekeyser, of this: tojviii i and Miss Mary Falk, of Brussels^atfe: to he united in the holy boudsb^njafei- itioiiy next Wednesday, L^ ^'-0 MMZ M- G. (*• Moore went to Gree:nvBa^|6tt i J busin'ess last Saturday and^j ^ u r t i e d tljef jj^amejday. - '...•. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 June 1893

FOR A DAY. CHAPTER X.—COKHN0ED. ••:'•'' \"Kellio—I will not call you 'darling' since it grieves^you-will vou try to listen to me? For the sake of old times and the old dear love, let nie tell yon a!l that has happened. Yon will judge me merci- fully you were always kind, and I—oli Neljie, I ain not happy! I am the most miserable man in the whole wide world. If I - were happy, if I came to you in the insolenco of a prosperous \"• • love, if my face were bright and my •heart light, then, ah, then you would have reason to spurn me, to hate and despise me! But you have a true woman's heart, mv lost love and women are always pitiful, . .ai-ways merciful. Listen, Nellie, before you judge'ii'ie. Mind, I am not excusing myself—even in my own eyes I am. a pitiful fellow. But you will hear and judge.\" ' • . v.' The wild tumult of passion was dying down the rapture and ecstasy of happiness, followed by the passion of despair, had ex- hausted me. I sat down again on the grass my strength faile...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 June 1893

BADGER BREVITIES. , M K S. B E R T HA M . Enmrvx'•• committe d suicide a t h e r h o m o i n ..Burlington b y kinging- I T is estimate d thiit «iS,{)00 0(10 feet of logs ar e floating ''down t h e Wol f Kiver Reward OBhkovsh. T H E dwelling-house of J a m e s n i n e s , situated nea r Delavan , wa s destroye d by lire. Lose abou t $600. O. ! R A Y , a farme r residin g nea r Lake Mills,\" ha s a curiosity in t h e shup e of a four-legged chicken . ^V. L . LOCKWOOI), of Platteyille, h a s invented a n electric alternatin g m o t o r which h e intend s to patent . PESIR'Y ROUDEIH-SU, a f a r m e r living near Appleton , ha d a valuabl e hors e killed by t h e cars a t t h a t place. MAYO R M A Y U A M , of F o n d d u Lac , h a s ordered all saloon-keeper s at t h a t place to close thei r front door s o n Sunday . , The recen t fires a t Antigo destroye d about $M),000 w o r t h of p r o p e r t y . 'The insurance o n t h e sam e w a s less t h a n $10,1X10. i Aucii'ST DiMiu-E, a n...

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

' COXfiKEiSAWd^AT , Ucv, A. A. '.-.•Anrtrlrtge, Pastor.'.-• .,-\" Services -'\"ftvery..-Sunday morning at 10:45: Sabbath school at 12:00, Miss A. '0.'Jenkins, superintendent Y. P. 8. C. J5. meeting at 0:30, followed by evening services at. 7:30. Prayer mooting at 7:30 each Wednesday evening Bible Normal Class every third Wednesday at 8 p.m.. MKTIfOOIST. tUiV. ,I. S.«•!»' Vaster. Kegniav church , service*: Sunda y m o r n i n g 10:4-1,-Sabbath school immedi - ately following, Tli'is) Melville superin- tendent : Epwort h U ed by evenin g scrvic- :diicday- evenin g Sunda y nioj'niim FOR FARM WAGONS. A Bos Than m e d i n g every W 7:80: da* * iiteetin!. 10:00. led i Win. Attachment of F a r More Ordinary Utility. I send yo u a sketc h of a n a r r a n g e - , m e n t t o b e attache d t o a wagon-box, . | to s t a n d o n while s t a r t i n g to unloa d corn. Anyon e ca n m a k e it, an d no w is a good tim e t o do it. Ita th e figure. 2 a r e t h e pieces o r bars t h a t ru n a l ...

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

fJt STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY* JUNE 24, 1803. i|li o f Jul y BALL ? -AT THE. HEW OPERA HOUSE STURGEON BAY. The largest and best floor, and the coolest and cleanest place in the county. The best music obtainable has been se- cured for the occasion and a grand good time assured. 7 Gome • to s me/CRo on the Fourth, and take in the ball. It will be the EVENT OF THE SEASON, TICKETS ONLY 50c. fllDCFt KilllliDclGll, -DEALER IN- iRESfl, §ftLt M SM0KED \"ft^'vO\" $ $ ? ^^^K8i^ii ±6tim I l i i L iTE O PIK E l^'SP6Glf\\LTY. PLANTS 4-OC. PER100. iauliflower :-:-'.Plants 80C. PER lOO. J O B TONG. UFSTROhf HEADQUARTERS FQK PIMCKER and GLASSWARE. X': 'iS--- '.. New Stock jURt received.'. ' , /\"••'. \" 1VU1 Sell Cheaper than eve 5 for Cash Only, •y. \"Will pay the highest market price for j J & G G S A N D _ B U T T ] E R ^ / \"' A full line of Groceries alu ays in stock, Bold a t the lowest living pric*es. , ' ORemember the Place, Htrph's Block., M U RK KOSTKA. WM. UOEDCHER. K O S T K f ...

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

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY. WIS. PINNEY&SHEPAED . Publishers. NO JURY AT WAUPACA. - FULLER SETTLE/IT. Conclusive Decision Rendered-Fair Will Be Open Sunda/. CHICAGO, 111., Jnne 17.—Chief Justice Fuller, of.the United States supreme court sitting in the United States court of appealB, rendered a decision inthe World's Fair case to-day which opens the fair o n Sunday. Th e government made a motion to have the appeal dis- missed o n the/ground that the court of appeals had h o jurisdiction over a case in which the constitutionality of an act of C o n f e s s had been disputed. The decision handed down by .Justice Fuller first holds that the court of Another Special Venire Will' Probably Be Necessary, WACPACA, Wis. , June 17.—The state lias exhausted eight and the defendants forty-eight peremptory challenges. A t on e time th e defense was apparently satisfied j appcali lias jurisdiction. Th e second •with th e jury, as it waived four per- i point/decided was on the writ of ...

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