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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 3 August 1893

W!ml mm* Wsi&m splllpp^ ^ n f i o i j ^^ & i8oa.'_ PpP|8PEPSIAAJffph A DISEASE NOBODY SEEMS ABLE TO DEFINE OR LOCATE. It May Mean Worry, Too Much Imagined Goodneu or Twenty Other Thing*--Hard Workers and Roach Eaten JDo Not Hate It—Don't Blame It on the Stomach. It is the only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled from the watch. To be had only with Jas. Boss Filled and other watch cases £ & stamped with this trade mark. vSr •'•• Ask your jeweler for pamphlet KeystoheWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. KOSTKA & BOEDCHER, MERGHANT__TAILORS. We have a large stock of the Latest Styles of Imported and Domestic Goods on hand All Suite guaranteed a perfectfit.• GIVE USA Leonhardt's Building. CALL ! 8TURGEON BAT hearty laugh or senda%, cheerful message to the solarplexus denoting that he is in harmony with God and nature, living jn peace and good will with the rent of man- kind—who ^ in fact, an optimist and a practical philanthropicChristiana-can nev- er become a dyspeptic—P C. Rem...

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 — 3 August 1893

^^^^piil^ffni^^^^^B gp w £ §S ,..,..,,. .„ swwth^^gii^ llrSfi^fefl^SIW •••• ' ''yiMJijjjJi^ Ifev:^ ':: ^ TOio ^wwill'let:i!«jtlm(igeftide ffi ? ^ *'v\"V^\\^'1^erovorthou:inay*8t stray. . . \"•, And since I keep so true, fair maid, Ah,]fctmehopes6rae.day iise moks thyjtfass . - ew/Englnnd Magazine. THE NEW \"HAND.\" SamanthaGoodrlcb was sitting out un- derjthe'old hickory tref wiich shaded the back porch on# fine morning*in July shell- ins pew wheniie first came/ | She had'tfotieaTd'him dratt around the house, and when she looked up and saw him standing there regarding her with a smile on bis. homely Jfcce, she? did what all women hav^donejwoce the days of Eve « under tBe'Bahi'ecirc^utosiBnces^-screamed— and knocked the pan of shelled peas off the little stool and sent them rolling over and over onthe ntftt^gttmlii'nil dffemions. He saw the mischief hbvuntimely appear- ance had cr«ated. and. sprang, forward to' help* gathjirttp^fceaa, saying/' ' \"I begf y o u l p ^ o d ina'amy ...

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 — 3 August 1893

m S-r^THE I ^ M J O C R A ^ ^ ' \" ^ i, mm jmEssmMtm A FEW SIMPLE RULES FOR SECURING A GOOD FIT. \" T h e Moi t Difficult Seam * o f Al l t o Ba&te. Finishing: th e Wais t an d S m o o t h i n g t h e , Seams—Pattin g Bone* J n th e Waist—Th e Nece«»ttjr iBW € » « y - : [Copyright, 1803, by American Press Associa- .-.•••'• •- •..•' • tion,] T o insure a perfect fit a linin g o u g h t t o lie tried o n again before i t i s basted t o th e outside, t h e s e a m s b e i n g left i n th e second time , an d th e w h o l e shoul d fit lik e w a x . Afte r thisproces s i t c a n b e basted upo n th e outside witb,rather lon g stitches. ' T o Cut t h e outside la y one side of th e lin- i n g o n t h e doubl e fold an d baste it all around lightly, b u t firmly, an d the n cn t i t exactl y th e s a m e size a s th e lining, w i t h 1 }•Â£- inch margi n t o turn i n th e front for but- t o n s an d buttonholes, an d then rip i t loose t o baste t h e linin g i n permanently. Th 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 — 3 August 1893

M M i M Jplii ALAR CLAY, JR., /«4p4. SIRE HATTII I., 2»I»X. Service Fee, Door Co. JBreedere,S»5. QEO. BR ASF 1 ELD, 16644. MED FOR OREAT MOOD MARE i l l l . Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, I M . HANN 18. JR.. 4393. 1Y HAMHIt 821, RACE RECORD 2:17X. Service Fee, DoorCo. Breeders, %W» BRANDY BOY. RACE RECORD, 2:20*. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, fjj 0 MAPLETON.JR. HAMILETONIAN AND MORIAN. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 915. DICTOM, Grandson Dictator 118. SIRE JAY EYE SEC, Z:06U. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 918. DUKE VI. 9213. IMPORTEO PURE-BRED SHIRE. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 918, GRAY GEORGE. RACE RECORD 2:42*. . Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders. •• • SCOTC H CLAY. IMPORTED SHETLAND. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, Cft. Special Premiums: I will pay ?2\" in promiums to owners of colts sired l our stallions: tho colts to be exhibited at \\\\u. grounds of the 1)OOK€OI NTV Aowieui.TUKAr. SOOIKTV, during the 18','S Fair, viz: ALAR CLAY. JR., COLTS. Best Colt, $10.OO and B...

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 — 10 August 1893

VOLUME XX. EOjN BAY, WIS , THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1803. NUMBER 46.- OUR NINE WINS AGAIN. THE AGGREGATION FROMfcMENOMI- NEE WAS NOT IN IT. The Local Team Pat Up a Pretty Good Game, Which Was Characterized by More Than the Usual Amount of Kicking. Again the Menominee baseball players have fallen easy victims to the \"hay-mak- ers,\" as they facetiously term the local nine. They came over with a team of _ ijeu- best players but were beaten worse than^Bvejv Individually the nine seemed to be compbseclof good players, but they didn't seem to beablet get there with any effect. The,local team^putsupa pretty' good game of ball. The battery^jeork of Bebeau and .Wagener is first class, no' many men being struck out, but safe hits being infrequent. The fielding is much better than that of any other nine that has hailed from this city, but still might be improved upon, and their playing on base's is very good, not much wild throw- ing being done. Lauz made two home runs and a two-bagger, Heilmann...

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 — 10 August 1893

^|^^^tllto^•.^ny:1r^6in '.m rideaa witches j|^gw toteit«» .^^ g?ffiSK^ :lJl'iwdVi»oiriMi)' would behaveasthrough the t ^ ^ ^ i ^ ' - ^ i a f e i ^ -: \"' ',: •Ofcourse awitch wouldhaveacat—JoAnottot Wvv Mi.bI*cfccoat^^ It's gettingblacker everyday and jufitaa^ft ^••iv aa »uk.-r::^4^ '-, . ^ . ^ v ^ v . : Stopcrylng.Tip I hateto go down cellar for \\/:V'C-\"yonr.imHU''^..''.''' '.••'•-•.••''•• '.,-.,. ' . ' ' : *••:-. •••::-..-,/-.- • r • i . ••• ••••. M y Why mothe-yr made It hVa-•.•'-•••t jus like. ^-\"witchw'weari':\"': Oh, dear, I wish there were aome witchee fly- ing through the air • ''. Perhaps they'd come and help mc I'm keep- ing house today. I've got to sweep the kitchen and wash the ——^iBlieBrtopr- - \"~ ~— - —- .— r —- And brush the walls and dustaround it's such a job to do! But, therel It's no use talking, I'll be a witch, . not shirk, And play I came down on my broom to do this . very work —Annie L Willis in Harper's Young People. [CONTINUED.] \"Is she Bane?\" he a...

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 — 10 August 1893

Gomako thee a mark far above me, v Near the top of the temple of fame Saythafe thou'lt endeavor to low me _JiTOenthere I have written my name. Think notof the hearts that have fainted While striving for what I would be, . For I shall be better for strivinf • And nearer to God and to thee. No burden could e'er be too heavy. No task ever seem too great, • No Journey too long-or too lonely. No hoar too early or late, For my matchless love would be thriving On the hopo of the bliss to be, -. And I should be better for striving ' And nearer to God and to thee. All the long way from noontime to mld- ,-. night And back from the midnight to noon. By the bright light of love I'd be toiling And hopingthe end would be soon. And when time of hope had bereft me, _ Tosaed wildly on life's troubled sea^—'--, I should know the atruggle.had left me ' Still nearer to God and to thee. —Cy Warman in New York Sun. JIMMIE'S TWINS. One morning Mrs. Sackett put Julia care- fully into her carriage. She tuck...

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 — 10 August 1893

ArtM'i IWi# llMn fiiiiilslswlijpon appllnstlon Enl$rU at Uu PS*U)JUA IN »**, ^/v^iifiBiiaiKwr ^ t * wuk ACQ,*©, «wV . .•• •aaembled nhd«r * democratic adatinJs- r«tto sine* tbe days of slavery met in •extraaeseion «tf iJ»« natioiua c«piU»l ftt feign noon Monday. Tbe occasion *•* ma impressive one, recalling MI ft did a politi- cal situation tbat. tut* not existed for ov*r « third of A century,and m deep solemnity ,wa« added to tbe scene by a great appre- clatton tbat tbe problem to be met and solved is a graver one than baa agitated the public mind since tbe political forum* rang with tbe discussion of tbe slavery question in tbe but of tbe ttT«. Tbe bit- terness of tbe situation is greatly relieved by tbe reflection that now seems to be in everyone's mind that while tbe sliver question may be to some extent* sectional one, it ia oot a political one—that parties -are divided on it and not by it. It baa it* adherent* aud ft« opponent* in tbe demo- cratic and toe republi...

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 — 10 August 1893

r?S'tej5 i d 189& irs6,'buy:ohe''wat::can^^ m Here's the Idea The bow haa a groove on each end. A. collar runs down Inside the tta endent (stem) and. into the grooves, firmly7 locking the bow to the pendent, ao that it cannot be pulled or twisted off. To be sure of getting a Non-pull-out, see that the caseisstamped with this trademark. iJSS? It cannot be had with any other kind, fa p . Ask your jeweler for pamphlet, or send for one to the famous Boss Filled Case'makers. KeystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. KOSTKA & BOEDCHER, MERCHANT TAILORS, We have a larjre stock of the Latest Style* of Imported and Domestic Good6 on hand All Suits jruaranteed a perfect fit. GIVE US A CALL! Leonbardt's Building-. STURGEON BAY J. F. STROH, Headquarters for Crockery and Glassware. ^ ' • ' ^ - ' ^ New stock just received. Will sell^cheaper than ever, and for cash only. . . ^ Will pay the highest market-price for eggs and butter. ,.^s ' A full line of groceries always in stock. REMpifiER THE ...

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 — 10 August 1893

•: ^!^he)^-fa4ew l a Toar small dreaming dresses of white, • VWithtbo-wild flower you gathered today In your quidt, shut hand^, from the light And the dark yon will wander away. Though no graves in the bee haunted grrass. And no love in the beautiful sky Shall take yon as yet, yon will pass. With this kiss, through these teardrops. • • _: 'CHbdbjrr- With less gold and more gloom in tho hair, When the bads near have faded to flowers, Three faces may wake here as fair- But older than youra are by hours! Good night, then, lost darlings of mine I never shall see you again Ah, never in shadow or Shine ' Ah, never in dew or in rain! _—JkIrs.StM. B. Piatt in gpringfleld.Repnbllcan. ABOUT A TURKEY. Leopold Levcrton was in love once more! Ever since his quarrel with Laura Gray in the Rummer he had been paying desultory court to Dorothy Pearson, and now, hear- big that Dolly had. just inherited a sweet .little legacy from a recently deceased maid- en aunt, Leopold—or as his friends were wont ...

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 — 10 August 1893

•THBrBEMOCa^T^^T^ X-^ *^HbRT, STOUT PErfeoN THE HARJ EST TO FIT. The Watw For a Slender person—How to Make PUTerent Styles^ifWaiaU—FMten- tngs Hack and In^Frotot—CnUinB Foi • • Evening Gowrjw^T '•'• • :*x-: tCopyright,^18ra, by American Press Associa- In^h^fting patterns the beginner will find ifr-tather difficul^o draft for persons whose figures are out of the usual proportions—f 01 instance, one that is short and stout being the hardett of all figures to fit. So when the dressmaker has to make awais t fox such a person the better way is to draft a diagram, with the bust and waist measure as the only guides, and then measure the length of the waist under the arms and draw a line around the waist to the right length and one-quarter inch over. Then draw anotherwhich comes just to the bend, where waist line finishes and hip flare be- gins, and cut the intervening space out, bringing the bottom up to the upper line, and the waist will then be in proper pro- portions all over, and no di...

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 — 10 August 1893

ftl^afflitMfS DEMOCRAT ipsf ^M4 $&r£8i^ •PERSONAL MENTION. T. J. Cromell left here on Tuesday, In- tending to spend a few days in Chicago on business. 8. A. Rogers and daughter, of Rowleys Bay,were registered at the Hotel Vendome on Wednesday. Miss. Ella Wright returned Sunday from Marinette, where she, bad been visiting friends for a few weeks. Dr. Win. B. Colleen, of Green Bay, vis- ited friends and relatives in this city dur- ing the fore part of the week. And. Jacobson, the popular cigar maker Mrs. Tweddle is the tfcotber' of Dr J, S. Twedd^, of this cjjy- She is accompan- ied by Her grandchild, Miss Jessie Tim bale. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Greenwood, of Row- leys Bay, were in the c/ty during Wednes- day. Mr. Greenwood has been troubled for some time with an attack of goat and came here for the purpose of receiving medical assistance. He is one of the old settlers of this county. John Bcbinktgen, one of the prosperous farmers of the town of Nasewaupee, was in the city during Wedn...

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 — 17 August 1893

BURGLARS IN THE CITY. SEVERAL OF OUR BUSINESS PLACES BROKEN INTO AND ROBBED. Fortunately They Bid Mot Make Any Very Rich Hauls.—Eonis Belchel the Heaviest Xoser.—They Were Scared Away Before Their Work was Completed. The generally uneventful course, of life in our little city was disturbed Monday morning by the circulation of the news that three business houses on Cedar street had been burglarized during the preceding night, the places entered being those of Chris Leonhardt, Louis Reich el and M^E. Lawrence. The depredations were discov- ered as soon as business was commenced in.the morning, and during the remainder of the day nothing else was talked about on our street. Even the \"bard times\" had to take a back seat, while our businessmen discussed the burglary, many theories be- ing advanced as to who committed the crimes, as .well as means for preventing a recurrence of them and capturing the culprit. At Chris Leonhardt's the robbers got about t $ in change, which had been left ...

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 — 17 August 1893

^feMJi^Jife^i^ g|l|ff| ^ ^ pome. fi|H ^ h a y e ^ u ^ ^ ^ ^ i^?lS^® : '^w^ ' ^ ^httfbie WM mtu^m*irig |f St =:^y-ttjIkwt^':ipf: nobid'^-tattii -against -'.so''\"pro-: ^?^Kv '.^l*«iiP|^ anoTG/uUlemot by no fS§ P toea^ ?r viv1,:'^•iv^tojS'.i^]buart lii»cbmpawniiotl 'hjad^ to say with'ourgentlemen Sy • • eomeimprecation8 of the plebeian schooL f • = v - The prince smiled at the impatience of ^:jv'^^.MitfS'*oUowem.- *£ you not find this place charmingr he said to them. \"We -' • ^ ^ of tb^ thaw.\" But at heart he would not have been sorry to know that the thaw ^k^\\\\ '::-\\wonld-n'ever.beover. ' . \"I am not surprised,\" said Guillemot * aside, •'that monseigneur enjoys himself so much here. He ia of a race whose ex- ploits among the beau seze are univer- sally known. What evil star has thrown this siren in burway? I am perfectly be- . \" witched myself. The devil disports and laughs in her eyes, and my master feels all her influence, I am sure. Since that night—that horrible nigh...

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 — 17 August 1893

OTDB'ijPiaa^ 17, 1803. THE COMMERCIAL TRAVEl£R.r His home Is in the sleeping car. No vine orfigtree's shade. His music is its clanking wheels, \\ •' , His poetry is trade. ?A -: ' This missionary ot the mart He spreads the true faith's genua, The endless merits of his boose Above all other firms. He buttonholes the kings' of trado, •His sample case unrolls. And talks until the love of life Grows feeble in-their souls. The bolted doors swing wide for him. He heeds no locks nor bars. And fears not any face of man Beneath the sun or stars. The heroes of baronial times Were armed from hair1 to heeL With iron pots upon their heads And pantaloons of steeL. ThThuStlerhefo of tedssr—\" Is armorless and weak fiut for the vigor of his tongue And blushless breadth of cheek. He meets all men with fearless mien. Nor knows to pause or swerve, WithUlliputianbashfulness \"*! And brobdignagian nerve. No dim abstractions vex his souL His creed and happiness Is just to make a sale and catch The two o...

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 — 17 August 1893
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 — 17 August 1893

illlllls is stomped in the best watch cases madp. It iS0he iau mark of the KeyslOfie 11 uick Case Company, of jJlviladelpbia, the oklest, largest and best- knovvn factory in the world— 1500 em loyees,capacity209 cases daily. It s products are sold by all jewelers. It makes thecelebrated J a s. Boss Filed Watch Cases, now fitted with the only bow (ring) which can- hot be pulled off thecase—the • ^ E ^ A t M TH A t COMES AT.: EVENING. There's a calm that comes at evening. When the weary day is o'er, ,- . That's as Boothing as the lullaby :Onr mothers sang of yore. And though the day be dreary I can just forget it all. In the calm that comes at evening. When the twilight shadows fall. I can see my sweetheart's signal I rom her waring window blinds I caafeoj her. perfumed presence XVafted to me on the winds When I hush my heart to hear ner, L I can almost understand .-'••• er sweet welcome in the wimple Of the wind wave from har hand. When she laughs, it's like the musio Of the ripples ...

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 — 17 August 1893

./• :'8Ur in thesummer air ]r ••A-'-^^r Eosetroinblea bendttcroaathe path \"With gentlyelmringsnare p : T1*B bonny brook the self same sonac \" : l» idngiti«aH.tlJbdiayi:v '=:.#:'•.-• / ',: : £! It sang when we' two passed alone, :t:.? v.-V^jThJa-wajr.' , -'-',./' bb.love.i wish the skies were Aark , I wish the flowers were dead - .*,wish the .little singing brook •'.,-.'•, V.'ero silent in its bed! ^«r if the blue were overcast ^ I might forget the day When you and I together. passed This way. . -M. Lippincott in Ladies' Home Journal. THE AUNT'S DEBM 1 am 88 years of age,and I am a young • firl. Tonight I am to go to the first ball of my , life. Jnst imagine my emotions! You ask perhaps how it is tha^jl have not earlier in my life become acquainted With the delicious sensation of a debutante in the great world of fashion. Well, in the first place I lived with my grandmother among the meadows and woods of far Brittany, out of the way of all invitations to dances or dinners, and ...

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 — 17 August 1893
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 — 17 August 1893

ABSOLUTELY PURE For Sale by Iieattiem & Smit^ ' BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. —Coll a t this office for visiting cards. We hnve a complete assortment. —Notbing has been' seen or heard of our burglars during the pa9t few days. —Work on tficTnew Opera ball has been progressing rapidly during the past week. The wails are finished and the roof is now being put on. —There will be a game of base ball a t the fair grounds next Wednesday after- noon between the local club and a nine from Green Bay. - W e are under obligation to Chris Dan- iels for a very liberal sample of the fine cherries which were raised by that gentle\" man this season. —Judd Russell, of this city, has accepted a position as teacher of the Detroit Har- bor school, on. Washington Island, during the coining wiutor. —German Lutheran services are held in this city every Sunday at 2 o'clock p. ni., iu the Adventist church. Sunday school is also held at 1 o'clock. —G. F. Washburn moved bis barbershop into the Peter Habn building thi...

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