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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 24 August 1893

VOLUME XX . STURGEON BAY, WI$., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2*, 1S93. NUMBER 47. BURGLARS STILL IN TOWN. '^SEVERAL ATTEMPTS MADE TOENTER HOUSES BUT ALL FAILED. : At Gas Welter's the Robber was Seen and Narrowly Escaped Being Caught.-There Appears to be Only'One of Them. It seems that tho festive burglar is still in our midst, he having, however, devoted his latest efforts to attempting to break in- to private residences. Probably his ex- perience with Chris Leonhardt's safe has convinced bim that Sturgeon Bay mer- chants keep their treasure stored away in old stockings and other such receptacles. About one o'clock Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pfeifer were both awakened by what was unmistakably some one work- ing at one of the frontx windows of their residence. The ' windows were fastened down with the common catches which fit into small holes in the sides of the frame. There being usually more or less play in the catches they make a rattling noise when the window is raised. Upon listening ...

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 — 24 August 1893

W$mmm Sj2$$Wil? :Mimm®m* T H E DEMOCRAT, T H I T B S P A T , A U G U S T 2 4 , 1 8 9 3 . , J wn 00 happy, dear, when T am near j'ou : * -ThaarwUh the mad sad world your course Bnt learo for ine a coruor to rovero you \" iwii «oha|ipyjcwt with love and yon. When that great fife that would be earthV de- \"/:vf«nder' . \"' ::. vv.v-, - - v '.\",-:.\"• -.:••.'. \" : ••',-.-• . j Kweives n thrust from them It would.have • »»iiarwl.::':'' •: •':':'' '-'- ,'-'v:\"y-'--~: ' j Omte, then, and learn,oh, bruised heart si fons ! - anjf temlor,d r ..-.. ..- , . - -, H- Soion«lyJoy -at wjual wirnnv shared. I am not vrtiw, eSbejrt that I adore you. Nor atronk. except that lovn Its strength hath \",:•' .lent ,•'. ' • ' / . But, dear. If all my life uptlung before you Can soften one hard step, I atn content. •••., -Anna P. tteardsloy In Harper's Weekly. FORGIVEN. All the people in the house—a great bee- hive of workmen—situated in the Rue Delambre, Where Tony Rebec had occupied a room for trix...

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 — 24 August 1893

Wffiffiw^^ : mwm DBISSMAIOM FOUR DISTINCT SKIRTS AND HOW TO ' CU T THEM. .'••-••••:-:.': -v''''3 The Umbrella, the Empire,, the 1830 mod the Circular—Not a Difficult Task t o Cut ' Thent —Notes About th e Trimming*' Pockets and Openings. \"• [(Copyright, 1883, by American Press Associa- tion.] :. ..„-'.. There are now four distinct skirts, knows' respectively as umbrella, empire, 1830 and the circular. The.circular isacompletecir- cle, with the center cut out for the waist, the rest falling in loose folds all around and with no seam except 'that in the back very like those of last season.but fuller. I t re- quires double width material to cut these. The top is fulled into the belt to cause it to fit over the hips. ( ' ' . • . The umbrella style requires nine breadths and is narrow a t the top and extremely flar* ing,and generally some kind of trimming outlines each seam. The empire is composed of eight breadths, andthelS30 is made very full and flaring, sometimes plain from top to b...

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 — 24 August 1893

Slits Pf^P® A DBMOCBATIC JOURNAL. PUBLISHED © f BVBBY THTJB8DAY APTBBtf CN j ^T^^Pubiurtier. ltt|||§9^EiQV^^ g-V TERMSorSOBSXJRIFTIOHX••:: One Year. .v \" r- .^.v: ..-....: .. .,. .fi.00 SlxMonths ^. , .., . . „ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 0 Three Months...• ' .-.:,: ...........?......... .as SingleOopiofl. ...../.-. . ................... ^03 Advertising rateB furnished upon application. Entered at the 1'ottofflce in Sturgeon Bay, Wl$. , at teeond-clatt matter. STURGEON BA Y, WI8.^ AUG. 24, 1MB: THE TINPLATE HUMBUQ. : The collector of itbe^port of Milwaukee w u recently obliged to store large quanti- ties of imported tinplate because the im- porters did not come forward and pay the duties The duties on the amount now in store at that point amount to about 835,000, quite a large sum. The consignments are principally to two manufacturing Arms, others importing but small amounts. The books of th« collector show that the im- ports of tinplate have not fallen off since the passage ...

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 — 24 August 1893

TPHIl DEMOCRAT* TtttRR8lAY Atr€rtTS T 24f 1893, A perfect insurance against theft of acddeot : is'tb* j»w:tBnw*k^:ft:'Sr \"^':h BOW^ the oWy bow ^-ring) which cannot be pulled 'or wrenched from the case. Can onlj be had on cases containingthis trade mark. Keystone Watch Case Company, of PhUaddph'a. the oldest, largest, and most complete Watch Case factory in the world—1500 employees 3060 Watch Cases daily. One of its products is the celebrated Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases which are just as good as solid cases, and cost about one half less Sold by all jewelers, without extra charge for Non-pull-out bow. Ask for pamphlet, or send to the manufacturers. KOSTKA&BOEDCHER, MERGHANT_TAILORS. We have a largo stock of the Latest Styles of Imported and Domestic Goods on hand All Suits guaranteed a perfect fit . GIVE US A CALL! 'I THANK YOU l* Th«* ltttte worda, nine letters wide,. And yet how much these words betide! How much of thought or tenderness This short \"I thank you!\" may expre...

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 — 24 August 1893

g Don't you see theft W ^ ^ W ^ t h e b ^ rbedowinind he4j» y£u' oyer.with a bbatf - - * drowned ^ n ^ a m l w ^ d o w i across \" ^ ^ f ^ 0 ^ P r a ? e overtaken the driftinjTboat ami was i. - x» •„.-.• falling• back- repeatedly with agonized,.in S » ^ ^ ? ^ I : whinihg «—,«. **\"* 1\"\"i?:r::?rw.e\\girl X Th sprang forward suddenly $$(L \\Zb'IY+ .. . . * Y ? ^ - » . , ARRANdeMENT-S^iTHvTHErt ' •':''' XjnJutxtM • „ . Midway between Lampasas and San .~Saba^-tbe Colorado: river - runs---a wildj TOmantic^ winding stream. At times its placid current flows evenly over dim- pling Bhoals and gleaming pebbles. Again the water deepens, and by flower. . bordered banks its current eddies sullen*, slow and gr,ahd. But there is one place where the river plunges madly down- ward to roar at the base of precipitous rocks and writhe over bowlders in its shallow bed. Overhead dark hemlocks curtain this rage of waters frdm the gaze of day. The sunlight enters only by stealth and then in tremul...

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 — 24 August 1893

THE DEMOCRAT, THUBSBAY, ATTGUST 24, 1893. ~th miiLicE's zoxam [HOW T H E ELEVENTH INDIANA REGI- MENT FOUGHT T O KILL. Fancy Ligh t Tactics o f th e French' B r o u g h t Into W a y b y General Xew W a l - lace-—Scouting Encounte r a t Kelley' s I s - land—The Assault at For t Donelson. iCopyrigljt, 18KJ, by American Prcst. Associa- tion, Book rights reserved.] A M E P A R T I N G - T O N t o l d th e u b i q u i t o u s boy Isaac, w h o yearned for a coat of arm s \"gZ^ii. or somethin g like **\" ~ : that, when Part- ington pere go t KISL P romote ^ *° a ^f\" i i i C poralship in th e '3zJ- militia, that his ambition wa s just a little ahead of time. \"There is no- body corporal bu t your . father and I,\" said she, with becoming hauteur. . W i t h bu t one corporal's warrant in the family, som e one mus t necessarily consent I to be \"only a private.\" * Th e regiments of a n arm y cannot all figure in history a s \"crack\" commands. There m u s t be some room for distinction. A 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 — 24 August 1893

For Sale IbyJLGatlien^ ADDITIONAL BRIEF LOCAl 'Thumbs upT' NOTES room window, the fellowrunning away when Will got tip to see what was the matter. Nothing was said about the affair at the time it being thotight. that it Was only some one who was attempting to play a joke on him. —Our people have become altogether too much excited over the alleged at- tempts a t burglaries which have taken place recently and it is almost dangerous for a person to attempt to arouse any of, our citizens after they ba,ve gone to becC Use a ljttle common sense and remember that a burglar isn't going to riip'on your door or window and call to you when he wants to do business in your locality. —The baiid boys will give a-dance a t yoseville on Saturday evening of this week. . • . —The iron rooting has b°een placed on Opera hall this week and the building will '.lie completed within a fow weeks. -Louis a Lodge No. 6, O. D. H. 8., will give a grand ball at Wegener's now build- ing on Saturday evening, Sept....

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 — 31 August 1893

STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY AUGUST 31 , 1893 / NUMBER 48 . FIRCINTHF FOURTH #ARD. HENRY ERDMANN'S RESIDENCE TO*scounty TALLY DESTROYED. valuation is increased or that of the city put back. It does not seem as if this city shouldpay. more than one-quarter of the ta x and it will certainly be admitt- ed by all that it should not pay almost oVe^half ofit. \" ' TherVis another matter in connection with the^increase of our city valuation which h a s t t o t heretofore been spoken of. This is that itShakes it possible for the city to issue bonds in aid of any manufacturing or other enterpriserto a much greater ex- tent than heretofore. xfhe legal limit for , The residence belonging to Henry Erd- mann, and located in the fourth ward, was destroyed by fire at an early houri t u e issuing of bonds for^uch purposes is Tuesday morning. The house was unoccu-1 t n r e e P e r cent of Ahejassessed valuation. pied a t the time of the fire, Mr. Erdmann U u d e r t u ? old assessment tbe^city could...

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 — 31 August 1893

SffiP' IffS JWlV'SiX-\":--: 5S ........:*YWM?4............... tween them both had been in marked contrast to their previous merriment. This became so marked aa they proceed- ed that Cynthia began to be distressed. , 'Theranno. longer vjsited the river in 'obcaeional shafts and stray glimpses. It was sinking below the wooded heights. A vaguo chill crept over the river. The stranger shivered and suddenly addressed her. It brought a certain relief to Cyn- thia. ' 'Where do you live, young lady?' The girl experienced a delicious tremor at this form of \"address. His voice was low and deep, and there was a quiet dig- nity about his manner. \"Up at the ranch—back of the bluff.\" \"Whose ranch?* \"Father's.\" \"And his name?' \"Dallas—Alcides Dallas—but they call him Al for short—that is, some do. But others call him Allsides^-Buck .says it's 'cause he's uncertain in his votin. They can't allers count on him for the Demo- cratic ticket. My name's Cynthia.\" Her companion, having already ex...

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 — 31 August 1893

v&mmffi®^ liiiil)M)ci iiiti^ WHERE AMBITIOUS ART STUDENTS THRONG FORSTUDY. M e n and TVom^n W h o M a k e a Living b y Copying t h e Work* o f Recognise d Mas- ters—Fe« Days In t h e National G»Hery of London and th e Crowd Attending. w h i c h , lik e tbe classical maiden, alway s fugi t a d salices but, unlik e her» seems n o t t o desire t o be Been. T h e r e 4 s n o a priori reason tha t I k n o w of w h y snak e bodied reptiles from ,50 feet long a^d u p w a r d shoul d n o t disport themselve s in our.seas a s the y di d i n those of th e cretaceous epoch, which , geologically speaking, i s a mere y e s terday. . \\ A gentlema n w h o ha d been cruising on , SPAIN'S SOLDIER NUN. D U g n U e d aa a Manj', Sh e Made a Gallant Of- ficer a n d Fough t lael A very f a m o u s heroine in her d a y w a s Catalina d e Erauso, still ,.remembered vaguel y a th e \"Spanish soldier n u n . \" . S h e . left memoir s w h i c h have been translated or summarize d or \"romancified\"...

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 — 31 August 1893

J. H O W A RD H A B K I * , Publtsbor. .?fe«.Sl* Mbntosvv* V.i..iv, • . .V.w'.-i . . . . . . » Advertiili^ ratoi furnlabed upon application. XnUndat th* PoMtoJlc* inSturgeon Bay, Wit. i . M $«eond-eiau matur. 9TURGBON BAIT, WIS,. AUG. 81. 1893. WHERE I * THE BENEFIT. A local republican contemporary recent- ly endeavors to sbow to/a correspondent bow much better the McKinley bill is for the farmer than tbe Mills bill would have been, and in doing so compares tbe rates of duty in each bill and claims that, tbe former measure is best for''the. farmer be- cause tbe duties are higher. It may be a great benefit to tbe farmer to know tbat wheat is protected by a duty of 25 cents per bushel, but what really concerns him is the question whether or not that duty enables bim to secure a greater price for his wheat. It will probably be a somewhat difficult task for our contemporary to ex- plain to the satisfaction of any intelligent person tbe manner in',wbich tbe price of wheat can be raise...

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 — 31 August 1893

mKKSBBB^ * & , : •&great watch «aver. v^fiisy'wtrf-iwajch-^ rom thieves and fells—-caiuu* be polled off : the case—costs nothing-extra. ••'. :-' £• . The Mir tos a groove «n each end. A collar rons down inside the pendant (atem) and fits Into the grooves, firmly locking the bow to the pendant, co. that it cannot be polled or twisted off Can only b e had with cases stamped with this trade mark. Jas. Bos s Filled Watc h CaseiTare •• now titted with this great bow (ring): They look and wea r like solid gold cases. Cost only'about half as much, and are guaranteed ' for twenty yearv • ^ 1 J only throughi watch dealers- Remember the name [eystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. KOSTK A & BOEDCHER, MERGHANT_TAILORS. v We have B larjre stock of the Latest Styles of Iui)orted and Domestic Goods on hand Ail Suits guaranteed a perfect nt. GIVE US A CAUL! Leonbardt's Building. STURGEON BAY !Tr4fi§QARbENS OE THE POOR. J. F . STROH , Headquarters for Crockery and Glassware. New stock...

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 — 31 August 1893

1 I^S^^SllSfeiS- t8*3siai T^rraiat^andatnJgbt, gig* |Wh*m:« ^^ (iv^'^r^^^sws&J^PIci^yO-'.'\"•'.V V •- '. ! • ^But none more bright and fresh to see l 8 i n a U heed thejrgfivo ro the sleepy team V.' Tiittattm^roo«B«mtne^ciajr, v V': vf^i^U'bjir ntii^.6w,':wobd'an'd stream j'v y: .Thepicrt,kWo^'the way.'- . , .. '.,'-. •:' Tjj6butter arid tho cheese. ..-..' To theUttlo rasrche they take their w w [ :: TlirouBli laue» of poplar trees. And he and she for summers three Have worked on the *amo farm. While round them love Its meshes wov« ' And wrouRUt a daiJy charm. Life moves for them In one straight groove, j •'/. ' Is spun in one gray- tone, V . But they've unlocked the world of love I And made it all their own. i For love still laughs at rank and rale, , And a richer crown I ween • I May weave for a maid at n milking stool Than for a throned queen. f -Good Words. HYPNOTIC LOVE. : There was quietude in the old Browning mansion, na 'was to be expected of such •taid respectabili...

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 — 31 August 1893

m WHYSLEEVES NOW TAX TH£CAPAC - Waif w a r between the back side form az.d | ITY TO THE UTMOST. How to Measure For Sleeves and How t o - Cut Tl^em—liej» p' Mutton and Evening ,. :. Balloon Sleeves -r- The Ar m Size and '- Shoulder Seam. .-' ' ' , • - •• ' •.' ..\"••'•• --V: •'.'•• • [Copyright, 1893, by American Press Associa- tion.] ':• '.\"'.-•.•'••• The\" model for al l sleeVss,''ion which all variations are based/is that. shown in th e diagram and consists in a •coat Shape as far as tjhe lining is concerned.Thei outer.line shows the upper part, and Jhe interline , Mrs. H. C. Heck, near Brazil, Ind. riot shown by dots, marks tho under arm ppr-! yet *0 years old, is the mother of IS chil- %«a^ii$( ttheri£ht p^itiori it i* best t o abisfei^u t the general rule to follow is to hare-the t a c k seam in the sleeve placed- the shoulder seam and the front one iu a di- agonal line one inch back of the dart. The shoulder seam should b e turned for- ward and the sleeve basted in, begin...

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 — 31 August 1893

$i^$fti^ the opportunity t o do a littledeeded re- pairing.'.- .'\"•'' \"••'••/ ..:,^: iS::V^f:.:. : ^'.-y •:•-'•'.'/ It is thought that an attempt was made to break into Bernard Goerler's saloon about two o'clock Monday morning, some- body having beeirireard prowling around the premises. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Ander- son were up shortly after that and they saw a couple of suspicious looking charac- ters in that Vicinity. Mrs. Anderson was out doors at the time and when the fellows saw her tbeyskipped out. , The fellow who has been preaching the Christian Science doctrines in this vicinity during the past week has succeeded in making himself decidedly obnoxious to nearly every one with whom he has come in contact'. If vigorous denunciation of every person who does not agree with him can t)e considered a Christian trait, then he certainly is a good Christian. Every one who does not admit everything he claims is\"possessed of a devil\" according to him, in which case devils are becoming p...

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 — 7 September 1893

VOLUME XXi STURGEON BAY, WIS.* ^piTRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 , 1803. NUMBER 49 . SNFAK THIEVES AT WORK. ONE OF THE FOURTH WARD STORES r.^T.rT\"B\"fiOTCEN\"!Ntb7 ' The Exact Amount of Stuff Stolen Cannot be Accurately Told — Undoubtedly the Wor k of Some Local Tough. A. W. Lawrence & Col's store located in the fourth ward of this city, was entered by some one during last Saturday night and some groceries abstracted, the exact amount stolen not being easy to find out. No one sleeps in the store and it was a comparatively easy matter to break into it. The thief evidently entered at one of the cellar windows, which consisted only of a piece of wire screen tacked to the frame. This opened out under the side- walk on the west side of the building where it could easily be got at by anyone crawfing along under the walk for a few feet. The screen had been torn off this window and several cans of fruit were left setting on the window sill, it looking as though the stuff had been handed out to so...

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 — 7 September 1893

ARRANftEM^T-N^lTH'THBhl- [CONTINUED.] \"And thet old' centypcdc bite of five year ago utill a-goin fur me at times.\" The old man turned, with his glass in his hand, and gazed doubtfully at Buck Jerrold, as if to fathom the sincerity of his remarks. \"ThefsBO,\" he said gravely. \"Thar's them ez believes ye never kin git over itt Thar'a them ez thinks it's jest fiyin in the face of Providence to ever sign the pledge arter ye've once bo'n bit. The train of infirmities and worryment thet an ablebodicd centypedo kin let looso furevermore on an unfortunet critter's distracted inside is too harrowin fur ar- gymint.\" But hero the humor of his reflections infected oven his own sepulchral grav- ity, and the corners of his mouth twitched he turned his back on Cyu- thia, permitted Amelia to fill Ins glass to the brim, and covering it with his whole hand so that the amount- of his indulgence was concealed from his audi- ence tossed the draft off with surprising facility. He returned to his se...

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 — 7 September 1893

f-' -:v*i«tlier rest. ''/The.weary night - ^ t Never brought her dreams like this, • i Lethersleep. Themorntoglight : Shall not wake her from her bite. ! Glad was she to end the fight. K.-. Death hath conquered wltli a klsa. Tired eyes need watch ito nfore.? v . Flaggingfeet, the race is run. Hands that heavy burdens-bore. Set them down: the day is done. v Heart, be still—through angnish sore, Everlasting peace is won. —Marj\".Macleod in Chambers' Journal. A SUSPICIOUS CHEST. On Jan. 15, 188-4, thereWrived a£ Paris a •wooden chest of large dimensions and with •-the lid securely nailed., l \\ had been sent ''f^fi^-i^l^^j'-cc^B:.ahaine everitir , „ jg\"crowd outside.,/V^'Nv^ •.•••'•'. •\"' Th^l iftttentipn of every one was so much directed to this diversion that a gentleman who had just left the Lyons train had to' repeat three times the question he had asked the clerk at the bureau of. informa- tion office window. t'Perhaps you will give me an answer at last.\" * T , \"Wha t do you...

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 — 7 September 1893

. EDWARD H/IKRIH, P'ubilsherj '$& m *\"\"**•'*^dneTtifc&ii . w v - W ^. £ & v.V. :^..Vv'.^#l.oO ':'BirMontb8..^^v^^ii v»:».- .v:..,,v...'. '..so .-Single p ^ i e a ^ ^ AdrortlsJcg rate* furnJsbed upon application. 'intt^iti'i^Mit^^iivaiurgeon Bay, WU. a$ tecond-clast\\ matter. STURGBON BAST.WIS., SEPT. 7. 1883..• . Tn» following stateinent Is made regarding the operation of the now law for the regula- tion of the liquor traffic which la being given a trial in South Carolina: \"With the closing of the saloons came a de- crease in the labors of the police. Fewer arrests were made in July than have, been recorded In the eorrespondlnjr period for sev- eral years, and the city clerk does not remem- ber any other month when there was only one caseof drunkonncss before the mayor. The total amount or fines toft, against $154.72 for July, 1892, and before the mayor, who tries all aucn oases, there wore eighty-seven persons charged with disorderly conduct in the latter period,...

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