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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 12 October 1893

^^^^^S^lia0^^. ^^fOftajie'labor aM tfce,lIghtl*rSM-§^ %??. !''&SDrjowwdrn'an^ ':P^: $b. for !midaay Vhoneyed^^ ^'••i c \"• Oh,theweico™:$a!^im&*»ttWS>:' - •/: Of. the w»iitin***^au»dl*ttW Oh. the taratstren^w - . Soul of i a i i ^ w h ^ i ^ i h ^ S ^ f ' s • '•'}'. I Ere the evening thread thou breakest In the 'warp Andwoof 'then makest •While the swieai:lafc^ Kfen^tindeettof^v^ Sfaught at cark and cite unproven •Mid ti» web deep Interwoven, M i thjr toll doth 'inai».the* faint. Onlymate and tireless threads Running out and In together— 'Jf,i.8eerBthWpr^he«yn6tSrllethw^ * Foul or f«,b e overhead. -•• Givemelabor and the lightL ..' . - I^llntona\\nT*for«ettlnf. • \" * Of life's fretting and regretting- Bpairo me vigil and the night! -'Frank Walcott Hutt in Boston Transcript. ASPECTER. \"I don't think I am more superstitious than the general run of men, and I know I am no believer in this table waltzing, wall tapping sort of spiritualism, but I did once ran a...

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 — 12 October 1893

so uuX Mnuua,iiAblnuui might : • . .-OanjBpiJ^^ ^ i ^ ^ o n e ^ t t ^ ^ : • • '' v The eUlwMt roatJi, the bltisblng maid £ Ho# th e iijghtjr awl^d lowl .' • .•• •. : Ah,fooll«hmenvtohbp«tofly •• v^:\\ :•: .-~ •• • ,v:iva*? £i'^fw^K^••.* x^•Â£#*' J* . *V'':: • • •'• ' The in»«hor «»fd the4o wortl8 above ' I listened, with bated breath. To find out whether he spoke of Love, •'. ' V Or whether he spoke of Death. •V• . --Harry Romaine- In Vogue.' OF GLASS. '.'I am very sorry, Fred. I bad got to like the girl very much, and,she has been Very faithful to her duties and a good sales- woman arid all that, bat I cannot permit this pilfering to go on It will lead to some- thing worse before long. I think the best way to save her feelings will be just to tell her at the end of the week that we, don't require her services any longer, and in that way get quietly rid of her without any di- rect accusation.' You know ,we took her. solely on her own recommendation, with- out asking for any ...

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 — 12 October 1893

*~$j^fs£$it£'? WM^im^iW&M • &teiaitbaarth&t&Qyofthesegteat pereooageewaa not at least his equal La the •fi$^^^ma^-:nit/at governiug. And in theae states, who will pretend thaKit ia ^PPQ^DAV:' ©PJlELtEFFROMJMc^Jf^l3tt^^3^^rooat o givetbeSeightof ^ HOLD FRET AND WORftY. ^•Americ^W^aai*^ ^ ^ The Nttwe^Cjam*^ • the VlousekM^i^^^A^,J»ntioiii', 1} ',..' Wqmen \\?orry ^ i^^ affairs of life and wear Aemselvei out oyer rach in»tt€ra*M unda^ table linea, tArni£^ed^lyer:acd anwashed Iceboxes. Of course Tarn talking of the great tniddje claajet J ^ o m ^ wjio look after Oiheir 'ft*ra s«frv»nt8 wkd households and attcad to the marketmen, butchers, grocers aadbaiew, who help to form tile formidable urray of daily careB which are inseparable from housekeeping. TJnfor- tunately, in nine cases out of ten, lack of system is the principal stumbling block in the way of good housekeeping and perfect :.iBBrVica •'••'•'•'••''.' '.',The\"wotnan who conducts her house on a system whi...

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 — 12 October 1893

It! m i£ ife wm ^ M ' ffifK &%0Wm& m% fs#i#&j m$i For?§^ b^ Arrivals « B * Departures. Vessels passing through the canal.for the week ending Oot. 11:'-.: Oct. 6th. Down: I. J. Boyoe, Agnes. H. L. Wortblnarton and consorts, J. Spalding and •COW. Frank Woods. 8. Tnal, 8. A. Wood. JTo: Olga, J. Weaver, C. J. Majrlll. Pride. R. ft. Beoker. Clara. Ellen Williams, CHiokox, Joys, Jno. Otis, K. A. Seymour. • •. : : Oct. 6th. Down: Burene Hart, Wollln.J. 0. Perrett and consorts, H. Cowles, Hattie Rutt, Muskegon, T. 0. Wilson. I N . Foster, P.Saw- yer, Kate Howard, J. 0 Pringle and consort. Oct. 7th. Down: Sheboygan, M. tudwlg, Joo. Sohroeder, Liberty, .1. H. Johnson, T. H. Smith. Up: St. Joseph and consort. 8rd Mich- igan and scow, Two Rivers No 8., Hex, P, Saw- yer, Sheboygan. F. Woods, I. J. Boyoe, I. N. Foster, Win. Aldriob. Oct.8th. Down: 8.K. Martin. M.C.Neff, Geo. Pankrats add scow, B. C. Held, Temple Emery, Myrtll Camp, Jno. Evenson and scow, C. Hiokoz, Blohard Mott, K....

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 — 19 October 1893

VOLUME XXI. STURGEON BAY, WIS* THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1803. NUMBER 3. WE CAN RAISE APPLES. DOOR COUNTY FRUIT WINS PRIZES WHEREVER EXHIBITED. Interview with Joseph Zettel, Our Karll- •at Horticulturist—He Gives the Result of His Experience. Up to within the past few years the assertion that Door county would ever become noted for the production of fruit, would have caused a. smile of incredulity to spread over the features of even the most ardent believer in the natural advan- tages possessed by \"Little Door.\" While fruit has been raised here from the earliest history of the county, the attempt to do so was by most people looked upon as only a waste of time and ground. Gradually, however, it was discovered that the hardier ' varieties of truit, such as apples, cherries, plums, etc., could be successfully grown, but it is only within the past year that the conclusion has been forced upon our peo- ple that for raising these fruits Door coun- ty in reality possesses many advantages whi...

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 — 19 October 1893

^ V - ^ • H ^ - ^ ± l - L i S : - ! •• ••• . ' W ^ w . ' ^ . f t ^ : y . ^ . i y \" ^ N li$££- Bflt to ^ t e of this terrible pxampfe' of the fascination of guitar playing Cyn- thia still persisted in her practicing. She endured with cheerfulness the, sdre fin- gers, tired wrists and other annoyances whichi this exactinginstrument imposes upon it s devotees. And she received no erid of encouragement in other ways. The mocking birds which fled aghast from the shrieking violin sometimes favored her with imitative outbursts— that flincerest form of flatter}'. Perched on some tossing spray or flickering here and there in their odd \"half mourning,\" they produced snatches of her waltzes and fandangoes. There was a certain sentimental lizard with a speculative eye that would bask daily upon usunny rock,' and from his rapt demeanor during her performance was apparently enabled to obtain glimpses of the infinite- hitherto denied. And .Aulus sympathized and lent his quiet and dignified 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 — 19 October 1893

§lf§llll§l§^^ v,w ycu wodlC ith a reverend man, With a hundred and twenty poonda yearly • • -And glad to get that if J»e can? - wmyonnever miss veapera or matins? v -WU1 yo* visit the poor in the rain? . WW yon give op yonr silks and your satins And wear ginghams and^monaselinesdelainet Ybn hare very nice ankles, dear Ethel, And a figure with SCA-^ any faults. Can you near, then,to...JR*up'the lancers ...\".• And only look oil at a waltz* \" l Will yon lay by Moxart and Beethoven To teach Sunday school children to squall. And instead of your painting and sketching Draw maps of the journeys of Paul? Can you pltaa* the entire congregation— , Keep all the societies hot- Barely praised if you're fit for the station ' And roundly abused if you're not? Can you disregard sneering and scorning •Cause at home you've to work like a bee? Will you help to make the beds in the morning And cut bread and buttar for tea? Can you drudge all the day without pity? Can you darn, sew and stitch and...

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 — 19 October 1893

T M TOaroCBATy T H ^ J. EDWARD BABBIH, publisher. •: :•• . ' .,4riii^ii $^ ktaelTMr^v^:'vlv,^^v v.*....v.. WxMonUis.^iii .i........ ....•-.. Three Mont*»i-. v.*i*i* '.i .'-.•..'..-.-. v. SingleCoples............ ... ... ..*... •Advertisingrate* furnished upon applicatibn 11.00 .60 •/'JB .08 MtUrtdat tkd PottoMct in mrpton Say. Wit. : , Of tteona*eJa*t matttr- STTJRGBON BA^, WIS.. OCT. IB. 1898. V A DESPERATE PARTY. Tbe repabllc«b«»re\"iD tbe throes of des- peration because tbe ground ia slipping from under them. One after another of their \"reliable\" organs bas \"followed their file leader\" in falsehood and have been prating about the hundreds on hundreds of factories closed, and the scores of thousands of men thrown out of work, all as they have alleged because democratic ideas have received the endorsement of a large majority of people. In most instan- ces, like the small-pox, it was \"Just over in the next town,\" or like this river valley, some mills stopped to clean and r...

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 — 19 October 1893

THE DEMOCRAT, TipiRSpAY, OCTOBER 19, 1893. [First publication October 18.1898^3t.V_, Sefor TATB OP WISCOS8IN, COUNTY COUK' Boor County: In the matter of the es- tat of T. C. Forbes, deceased. InProbate. v Noticetohereby (given that by virtue and In pursuance of an orderof lioeh8ein^e.4n said matter on the 3d day of Ooteiber^A. B, WW.^the \"undersigned administrator |»rlll on• we/Jlto. day of November, A. B. # S . a t 10 pVolpok A. M.. at the law offioe of B * . Cody. In the City of Sturgeon Bay. In Boor (Jpuntyiyffer. tor sale at public auction, thefollowingrdeBorlbed land situated in the County of Door, to-wit: A tract in the eouth-easteHy corner of tot two (2). in subdivision six («.Jn the city of Stur- geon Bay. Boor County,Wisconsin, havlni* 100 feet front on Court street, and running back 175 feet, ard being described on the last asses- sor's map of said city as tract I. in lot two (2). of subdivision six (6). The terms of sale will be cash. IH«ed O o t o b e r J ^ i h , ! ^...

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 — 19 October 1893

imiffiAtm, ?QI*TOR^CWl^ ^ THE Ob»raot«rl»tlc« of Tbe«BljitterD» y Crowds a t J M I U W I I P a r k - r A SorT«7 o f tit* I»tk - « r BoildJnK-Th Cathollo K4aeatloa* l , : Afte r all, \"th e proper s t u d y o f m a n k i n d i s m a n , \" anjd t h e World' s fair to big .apd-: t h e o d s . N e v e r before i n th e world's h i * tory haa there been such a n opportunity t o stud y al l tha t w a s grand, noble, glorious i n h u m a n achievement never before such a chance t o stud y m a n himself no t onl y i n t h e dr y scientific anthropological way, b u t In t h a t mora general and m u c h more satis-' factory manne r tha t simpl y notes traits of character an d individual idiosyncrasies w i t h o u t seeking t o divine their causes an d consequents. Th e student of h u m a n nature ha s h a d grand opportunities i n th e crowds a t th e fair, an d those crowds hav e never been mor e interesting than during th e phenom- enal rushes of these latter days, whic h have bro...

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 — 19 October 1893

-/- TEDS DEMOCRAT, THUKSDAY, OCTOBEB 19, 1803.. tEWTOEKFASH^ MAI E LEROY TELLS HOW TO DRESS Valuabl e Information F o r Mother*—Ho w t o F i t Ou t a n J&ntir* Broodi o f Boys, F r o m t h * B a b y I n t h e Cradle . t o th e Yout h a t GpUec*. [Copyright, 1M8, by American Press Associa- tion.] Thi s letter shall b e devoted entirely t o the mother s of boys, a s i t i s often a s serious a question abou t boys' outfits a s i t i s about those of girls. More special attention i s given n o w t o providing for al l t h e needs of the children b y th e large establishments tha n ever before, a» d s o m e houses hav e a goodly portion of their space set aside for the filling of children's wants. A mother can tak e her w h o l e family, from blooming baby t o th e y o u n g m a n w i t h a hopeful sign of a mustache , an d withou t stirring from one roo m ge t everything they require, from shoes t o hats, handkerchiefs t o bo x coats, w i t h all th e other thing s besides. Th e b...

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 — 19 October 1893

Ifor S ^ ^ ^ A L LOCAL f*tRSONA» WENIION. Hits Rose Olson returned on Wednesday from a Tlsit to tbe World's Fair. C. L. Sorenson left for Chicago today, intending to take in the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. R. T Thorp returned on 8uuday from a trip to the World's Fair. Horatio Mann was among the Wofld's Fair visitors who came home on Saturday. Wenzel Shiramel and Fred Battershill started for the World's Fair on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Long and. Mrs. Jos. Lavassor left on Tuesday for the World's Fair. , ' ' A. W. Lawrence left for Chicago on San- day intending to take in the sights at the Fair. The Rev. S. Groenfeldt went to Green Bay on Monday, .returning to this city on Wednesday. W. L. Ives, accompanied by his daugh- ter Jessie, returned on Saturday from the World's Fair. Fred Schuyler, of Sevastopol, was in the city on Monday, being on his way to the World's Fair. John Stepban, of Nosewaupee, was in the city on Sunday on bis way to the World's Fair. Roy Thorp, of Fish Creek, wa...

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 — 26 October 1893

J * ^ 8 $ ^^ - ^ • ^ VOLUME XXI. * STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1S03. NUMBER 4 . BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. —On Tuesday the wind got into the west- ward and overcoats and fur caps had to be brought out. —The galvanized iron front of Barney Hahn's new Opera House is the finest look- ng thing of the kind in tbe city. —Cfaas. Btevenson has purchased a' lot in the Mcintosh addition and will immedi- ately begin the erection of a fine dwelling bouse. —There was an immense crowd of people in attendance at the bankrupt sale of the stock of goods in the People's store during Wednesday. —Before starting for Baileys Harbor Saturday afternoon the band played sev- eral pieces on the street corner near A. W. Lawrence & Co's store. —Borne of our local hunters report that dogs are being used to hunt deer with by certain parties, and there will be trouble if the practice is not discontinued. —The Wm. O. Brown Manufacturing Company's shingle mill shut down on Tuesday and we understand that i...

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 — 26 October 1893

^'ON^KO^i.*!-^, Pufitl SM El 6Y. 5 Pg C!A L • A W*JlNftCHENT^VlTH - t r i * N ' ICONT1NUED.J From thio time forward it was no rar- ity to see men waltzing together and de* riving no end of satisfaction from the entertainment. There was also a tend- ency on the. part of certain solitary dancers to seek some quiet corner of the ballroom and sing softly to themselves^ with that enjoyment which only alcohol can inspire. It may have been that the sadden outbreak of the elder Dallas was contagious, but be that as it may his ac- tion at least afforded Edith the pretext she required, for scarcely had the violin duet begun when she was asked to dance by Mr. Buck Jerrold. Here was a quan- dary. The high born northerner hardly cared to extend this privilege to Mr. Jer- rold, but she did not wish to hurt his feelings. So she fell back in condemna- tion of the orchestra. '•Really, Mr. Jerrold,\" she said, smiling sweetly up into his face,. \"I could not dance one step to such time as those fid- ...

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 — 26 October 1893

On *hito leave*of the liiy with fiery blood ojt thee a letter a love song I compose. ' and as fragrant as spring ia lane and field .'\"••'• ••vr --\"\\-:--^--,'v:^ --•'••. •• Tie aephyr gently fold* it with dewdropa It Is sealed. The honeybee will bring it tothee in moon- • -'-•- light fair Its sting is sharp and poisonous dear little -. lovevtake care. v V^VV^/'v-.'•./ For hast thou me forgotten, and art thou not , more mine* •'-/'••.'•••• It painfully is piercing deep in the heart of ' thine. : • .-• . But It in faith unbroken, in lore thy heart was '-'. • stout, : \\ . It will with honey sprinkle thy little rosy ':• -tnouth.'''''',./:• .-j\\ •.•'••.••'••• : • \" \\ . x •• Then I myself will hasten forever to thy side To strew thee with sweet manna, with kisses and delight. . ' • v —Hungarian Air,Translated by Henry Faust. ANDEE'S LOVE. Are some men fated by the stars, as Na- poleon-Bonaparte believed? In ancient times it was almost universally held that \"the stars in their cours...

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 — 26 October 1893

^•}Ar^V,y/.IV|^ tA^'i\"^J-viv '\\-V\\i\"'- mm A DEMOCRATIC JOPRNAL. PUBLISHED TERMS Of BCBSCBIPTIOH: •1.00 ifio ' .85 Bix Months , ....*. svi^.v*«..v.... .: Three Months.. ....... .v...i .....v • Single Cople« :.^iW. .i .,v.iv,....v. Advertt8Jc»r«tet farnUhod uponappUoaUon. ai tecond-elcu* tnalter. STUEGBON BAY, WIS.* OCT. « . 1893. v SHOULD NOT COMPROMISE The United States senate still continue? to busy itself in doing nothing. Lately eye^thing hie looked asif * compromise would bei made, and the ternw of such\" a measure were agreed upon the latter part of last week , All of the repubUeansy how- ever, refused to have anything to do with the measure and a majority of democr atio senators could not tie .induced to support i t We see no good reason why any com- promise should be made in the matter un- til after the repeal measure has been voted upon. If that fails it will be time to talk of compromise. As the matter now stands there is a decided majority of the senators who will...

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 — 26 October 1893

[First publication October la. 1888^3fc]2l'i STATBOF/WISCONSINtheCOUNTYf©OtJBT , for Dour County: In matter o the es- tate of T.C. Forbes, deceased In Probate. Notice IB hereby given that by virtu© and in pursuance of an order of Uoenseanade in tjald matter on the 3d day-of October, ^yD.JSBfc the,: undersigned administrator will on the 11th day of November, A. D. 1898, at 10 o*cloelr A. M- at the law office of B P. Cody, In the City of Sturgeon Bay. in Door Opunty,..offer .for sale at public auction, the following described land situated in the County of Door, to-wit: A tract in the south-easterly corner of tot two (8), in subdivision six 16). in the city of Stur- geon Bay, Door County. Wisconsin, bavins: IU) feet front on Court street, and running back 175 feet, ard being described on ttie last asses- sor's map of said oit» atftraot I in lot two 2) of subdivision Bix B) TCne terms of sale will be cash. Dated October 10th, 1893. ( ^ ^ • \" WM: A. LAWftENCE. Administrator of the e...

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 — 26 October 1893

iii The UnlvenMl «nd 8pont*Mons Condo- lence Tbs* la Called Int#B«lo_( by » Death In the Family—A Funeral Cere- ''•' inony In the Busy Harvest Time. :,' He died In the morniug—died in the farmhouse where he was, born—in the quiet, peaceful neighborhood in which be had grown almost to manhood, where for miles around the farmers and their fam- ilies knew him orchis parents. Before the son set that warm summer day everybody knew that Thomas Baker's son James was dead, and that the funeral would occur two days later.at 2 o'clock p. m. How did everybody know It? The clerk in the store my first experience at * funeral in the coon* try. The imprewion it made will beiaat^ IHR. *'It was Just an average faneral,'*wa8 my friend's remark on, my comment that it was the most impressive funeral that I had ever attendedi-^^JIJ^ron* inMilwau - kee Telegraph, :•:,-:* TURKISH 'yiui&t&kM%k at the Corners told it to such farmers, their wives, sons and daughters as came to trade, and they pass...

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 — 26 October 1893

TH&Vl>EMOlCRA* T H ^ 1803. WOJIM ANB»OME HOW A GOOD Wire WAS f»RfPARED FOR AN EMERGENCY. withbut'bopk br other assistance, ' j Mrs. Disraeli Mid her husband haft come N«ict*he.youiig lady must prepare tea, to ' down from Xiondon to spend the Easter va- vrhich the family sit down at 7' o'clock1 cation at Hnghenden and had called on After that sshe may take up j the various tradesmen at Wycombe to /^punctually.\" her embroidery or-crochet, aud\" the family . read aloud by turns until .fl o'clock, when S the poor eldest daughter is-sCut to bed.— St. Louis .Republic Take Car* of the F»mUy—A«©enn»nGlrV« Day—Her Good Samaritan—Honor Dear Old Mother—InelrucUee Heading Tor HomemakeN. A Delaware girl, marrying at 17, passed ' -J\"**** order the groceries and other requirements for their 10 days' or fortnight's stay. It so happened that their sojourn was rather, abruptly shortened, ami Mrs, Disraeli was seen calling at the grocers and other pur- s' veyors', taking but of th...

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 — 26 October 1893

Wi^&§^MW^^^^i^^^$^i^^^^^^i Ityr Sale by leathern & Smitli^ ADDITIONAL. LOCAL•% COUNTY MAIL BAG/ ) CLAY BANKS. To the Editor of The Democrat: CLAY BANKTB, Oct. 23.—Chas Hitt and son Lulie returned, last week from the World's Pair. Rev. C. Rynerson, of Aurora, III-, has been called to tako charge of the Lutheran church at Vignes. He also has a congre- gation at Bay View and Forestville. Mrs. Oeo. Jirtle has been very low for some time past and at this writing no hopes are entertained for her recovery. « Grace Schuyler is attending school at Ahnapee. Mrs. Jas. Oakley, of Ahnapee, has been visiting for a few days at this place. CLAY BANKS, Oct. 24.—-L. Desallier. of Oreen Bay, was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Rickaby during' last week. Robt.Kerwin will reside in the house va- cated by Geo. Thayer. Miss Florence M. Rickaby visited Miss Eliza Tufts, of Roslere, last Saturday. I. Lafranet, of Chicago, has disposed of bis farm in this locality. Consideration •1.400. T...

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