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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 2 November 1893

•'^'r: V' \"*V.^ VOLUME XXI. STURGEON BAT, WLSi, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1893: NUMBER 5. NEARLY HAD A FREE FIGHT EXCITING CONTEST FOR POSSESSION OF THE PEOPLES'STORE. One of the Creditors Ousted Assignee Ktll- man, Who In Tarn Fired the Nervy Cred- itor—Revolvers Were Drawn but No ^ Blood was Spilled. A decidedly exciting contest over the possession of the bankrupt Peoples' store took place on Saturday afternoon between Clem Killman, the assignee, and Dr. F. Gregory, who holds a chattel mortgage on the stock of goods contained in the store. By decoying Mr. Killman out of the store early in the morniug Dr. Gregory got pos- session and began selling goods. In the afternoon, however, Mr. Killman swore „ out a warrant for the arrest of that gentle- man and by getting him out of the store again got possession, although not without a struggle during which revolvers were drawn .and axes and guns flourished, to the apparent edification of an immense croud which gathered.to witness the scene a...

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 — 2 November 1893

4*Y „ 4 looMiurunvj Colorado some months before, interested Mm greatly that hefelt str^gely drawn toward her whenever he found himself in her society, and that, being impelled by a thoroughly masculine impulse to favor her with sound advice and bene* fidal counsel, he was annoyed to find that she ignored it. An incident of the early evening had not tended to increase the serenity of bis temper. It was when upon first rec- ognizing Cynthia at the ball in company with Poraker1 he had so far forgotten himself in his suspicion of the man as to inquire: \"Who is that fellow, CynthiaT \"A gentleman,\" tfiss Dallas replied provoWngly. The rebuke was crushing. He writhed under it now, at the recol- lection. The sudden hoof beats bf a horse caused him to look up. Soabsorbed had he been in his reflections that he had taken no heed of his surroundings. He found 'himself on the San Marcus highway at some distance from the town. A horse- man was coming toward him mounted upon a powerful gray. Th...

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 — 2 November 1893

^§¥tM^^ N6VEMMBV2, 1893. A SfeRMON iH RHVMJE. IfJT~n»ve a friend worth loTtatf,, l*w» him. Yes, and let him know Thai yon lovohta, ere ll/e'ieTOnlnr _JK»«e his brow with smart glow. Why should good words ne'er bo Mid OfaftrlendtlllholsdeadJ -^ •\" v If you hear a song that thrills yon. Song by any child of song. Praise it. Do not let the singer Wait deserved praises long. Why should one who thrills your heart lack the Joy yonmay impart? If yon. hear a prayer. thaAnoves yon By its hnmble, pleading tone, ' Join it. Do not let the seeker Bow before his Ood alone. Why should not yonr brother share The strength of \"two or three\" in prayer? If yon see the hot tears falling From a brother's weeping eyes, fihare.them, and by kindly sharing Own your kinship with the skies. Why should any one be glad When a brother's heart is sad? If a silvery laugh goes rippling Through the sunshine on his face. Share it. 'Tis the Wiseman's saying— For both grief and Joy a place. - There's health 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 — 2 November 1893

One Year.... Six Month*... TbreeMontbs.................,.,.. ,- Single Copies... ..^i.v».i. .i.w......... ...J» Advertising rates furnished*upon application Bnltrtd atthtFtit^'itt,8turaeon Bay, WU. a$$eeottwH#mal(er. STTJRGHOtfBA*^WJ8- NOV. 2. 1883. CARTER HARRISON KILLED: Carter Harrison, mayor of the city of Chicago, was shot and almost instantly killed at his home in that'city about 8 o'- clock Saturday evening. The murderer, whose name isEugene Patrick Prendergast, went to the mayor « house and asked to see him. When Mr. Harrison came into the hall to see what was..' wanted* Prender- gast advanced towards him and fired at him three times with a revolver. The murderer then ran out of the house, after- wards going to a police station and giving himself up. Mr. Harrison died within twenty minutes after being shot. Prender- gast claimed that be shot Harrison because the latter did not appoint'him to an office be had promised to give him. The affair was a terrible shook, especiall...

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 — 2 November 1893

C T A T B OF WISCON8IN. COtJNXT COURT O for Door County: In them a t t e r of the es- tate o f T . C Forbes, deceased, flri Probate. : Notice is hereby given that, by virtue and i n purauanoe of a n order oflicenBe, made In said matter on the 3d day of October A. Jk1|88. t h e undersigned administrator ^HvojiTtbe ^llth day o t November, A . D. 1888. at*tt oNjIOcfc^A. M..atthelawoffice'ofR^.Oody, In the q t y of Sturgeon Bay* i n DoorCounty , offer for sale-at public auction, the foltowinrdescribed land situated in the Oouotyiof Door tp-wit: ' A tract in toe sotith-eaBterTycorner of lot two (2), in subdivision sir 6 in th e clty_ o f Btur- •geon^Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, bavin* luo •feet front on Court | t m £ and running back 175 feet, ard being described on the\"last asses- sor's map of said city as tract I, in lot two (8). of subdivision six (6). . T h e terms o f sale will be cash - ^ O c t o b e ^ t b , , & R i N ^ Administrator of the estate o f T. C. Forbes, deceased. ...

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 — 2 November 1893

W$mm TH^ CRI8I8'0M$ dOHFRQWS THE Important Interests Involved In the I*HI« of UU CoatMt^rith tlu White Satttara. ' HUtoryof the iMfHenfty—Characteristics of the Warlike Matabeles. It Is\"« rtrange crisis that confront* old LobenKula, the most powerful native mon- arch of South Africa For nearly 80 year* has he reigned over thefierceand warlike Matabeles, His word is law. His will is absolute. His race is paramount. His in- vincible impia have levied tribute from the surrounding nations, spreading terror and dismay before them and leaving death and desolation in their wake. For generations have • be Matabeles lived by looting the miserable Mkshonas and pil- laging the pusillanimous Makalakaa. They disdain to perform any kind of manual la- bor. Warfare is their proudest occupation and murder their highest art. Bobbery and slaughter are the objects of those dreaded raidsfor which the Matabeles are notorious. When it is known that5,000 or 6,000 warriors sometimes participate In these ...

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 — 2 November 1893

m^^Mjmimmm CHILDHOOD MAY BE BRIGHTENED AND THE UTTUE ONES HELPED. Sunday Dinner* *n4 XAUieheona -— Wfcj* Women Dissemble —Girl In Her Dea. Su«B«»tlon« For t l » H6tt»*k«ep«r—P«r- aonal Mention of Active Women. worthy of MB or her hireTthat hire should lie sofficieht^for comfortable present living and provision for future exigencies.—Don* aboe's Magazine. It is often said. \"Sow-.little it takes to please a child!\" and, when we think of it, healthy, happy youth also, not that exotic growth, fostered into discontent by lux- urious indulgence, but the boys and girls we daily meet, for whom life is so full of promise.' -'\\ By granting fulfillment to some of their innocent little fancies we can add much to their happiness and content, for often an unbecoming dress, an outgrown garment or attire, inviting ridicule* has spoiled the sunshine for many n young heart. One of Amy March's troubles in \"Little Women\" was being obliged to wear her 'cousin's outgrown frocks, and her bud...

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 — 2 November 1893

mmmmm m Poi^Sile toy l^tttem & Siiiitli AN IINQAVflRY RFHORB i30»*»ttbBt time. The tolibwingotlocal /UN UI^OMVyn I, n t U U n U i interest la also taken from the Examiner: A FEWCHAPTERS FROM THE CAREER OF CHARLES A. NOYES. His tittle Game Seem* to be About Played Oat-€allfornia a Fertile Field for Hie Peculiar Abtlltlea-A Few local Remi- niscences. A couple of weeks ago we published an item iu regard to certain accusations which bad been made against the official Integrity of Customs Inspector Chas. A. Noyes, of San Francisco, the matter being of interest here because of the fact that Mr. Noyes was for several years a resident of this city. Since the above mentioned publication we have secured copies of the 'Daily Examiner, of San Francisco,, which gives some of the particulars In regard to the'matters in which Mr. Noyes has been accused of crookedness. Under date of October 21st the Examiner states that Mr. Noyes has arranged matters so that he will be investigated by one of ...

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 — 9 November 1893

VOIiUME XXI. STURGEONBAYj WIS , THURSDAY, 3*OVEMBEU 4 1803. PRIZES AT THE BIG FAIR. DOOR JCOUNTY SECURES A NUM BER •• ' . :'••? ' OF PREMIUMS. Fruit Growing and Dairying will Evident- ly be Oar Prominent Industries — Door County Wheat Gets Two Prixes. Residents of this state have every, reasou for feeling proud of the showing made by Wisconsin at the World's Fair. The great- er part of the prizes were won by our farm- ers, its agricultural exhibits ranking sec- ond to those of no other state in the union. In the department of mines and mining the Badger state was nlso well in front, her building stone ranking second to none. In the department of manufactures Wiscon- sin did well. Her fisheries exhibit stood first on the list. It was in the agricultural department, however, that the state made the best showing. In cereals alone Wis- consin secured no less than three hundred and three awards, its wheat being equal to that of any of the other states. While the residents of Door county ...

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 — 9 November 1893

And amnewhat-Mi&fc*ttto* s^ «%^ t^«s s ?«Wtth liMkwi rtep fh stagetostag* ^ \"Of that ^ The thorn Ilea UUckcr than the i^.^ ^, * : Thewtasomoch thatDooneluum», : ' 80 much nnreached that none euppoee. What tows, wMt MMt* on every page: :-,/' WhenFlnUcomeet V \" \"*•:'. Still, thejr mart paw the quick Ude flown Tho'not for all the laurel grows, Perchance, in this beolandered age, The worker mainly wlna the wage. And time ibal! sweep both friends and foes ' When Flnfa come. ^ —New York Advertiser. MAN WITH PIG'S LANG WONDERFUL STORY OF SURGERY RE- !••• UTEO BY A PRUMMER The Second Remarkable Operation P**» formed hf HI* Two Doctor Friend*. Trouble Ensued When This Latest Pa- f B y t i a t t l m e h e w a a s o e x d U d , and eiplaln niatt Jns^^ man came along and walked him off, bat before they Rot to the station one at the doctors happened to be passing by in. ft bngKj_and persuaded the officer to let him go. fie is getting so he csto talk now with- out squealing, except wh...

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 — 9 November 1893

llSflllti^^ SHE SHOULD -.WE HER |HUSBAND*a PARTNER IN aiiSINfeSS. tfard IVork H«a £«t«B Her HewrtrOat. While Her Immortal Hop* Haa Dwindled ' _ to On* Great Tearntec For Best—Some of the Things \\Vomen on Tarms May To The most pathetic sight on earth, not excepting a sick baby, is the kuotted, bens back of the woman who has spent the best \"years of her life as the so called mistress of a farm. There la but one1 thing tin. . matches it, ayd that is her face, large eyed, withered. rigid dead she has borne her children, suf- fered her woman's hope and baptism of pain, and has done the work every day that would have broken down three men. When* the farmhand.came in from the field,he ruminated on the doorstep or with his feet on the hearth. She had the dishes to wash, the children to put to bed, and then sat down with the family mending basket In the early days she had her ambitions for herself, and her children, and her hus- band, but hard work and that mortgage on the farm have ea...

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 — 9 November 1893

mocrat. : ::-p T»BM8p»JStrastaupriqw 7 One'Teari. .. HT.'.v.^.'.-..^../i.... Thre* Months,...............iv....... BlDKle Copies, i.... • ^ ?., .- /., .\"•.. Advertising rates\" furnished upontfpplicatloa .11.00 . M . .25 : EM*r*& at UuVo*U§ltA in Sturaton Bay, '• • at iecona-cidt* matur. •••' VV- Wit. toes ba^ n ot been ^ortb , (isf^wMtfiftr^ cents a bushel since the passage ol the kcJtlnley'CfcMlfc look niBpiclonsiy/as If the blgh-tarlffites credulity of their adherents when they attempt to stuff them with sbch bosh as the statement first quotedf Dqn't it look sus- piciously as if the tariff didn't have one particle of effect oh the price of potatoes either one way or vtbe\\ b^er! i)besn'tit occur to foM'^fa^eflip ^ tariff is what has kept the price of potatoes up this year, it should alio have kept up the price of wheat and woolf STUBGHON BAtf, WIS.. NOV. 9. 189». TUESDAY'S ELECTIONS. , } STot inriob Satisfaction'? can b j derived from the result of Tuesday's elections by...

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 — 9 November 1893

t l f i l l S f l ^ NOVBMSCER 9, 1803. vTHAT IS WHERE PERRY:'DIFFERS «QU not very pretentious \"quarters iu amall frame budding. It has been Inco The Town Sprang Up In » Jlfly, but »©*• Not Present • V e r y Imposing Appear- ance—SettUne Down to BuitoeM^ttard- shlps f Ufe In the Strip. . An adagtgenerally relied on as vera- cious declares that Rome was not built in a day The town of Perry, in the newly opened Cherokee strip, to greater than Rome in this respect at least. It was liter- ally built in a day, and though it may hot compare with the Eternal City in the mag- nificence of its architectural monuments, the value of its art treasures and the splen- dor of its historical antiquity, yet its snpe- jcjtor quickneas gives it a pre-eminence of its own as proud in its peculiar way. Perry was settled at the crack of a gun, that being the prearranged signal by which the waiting boomers knew they were at full liberty to cross the borders of the strip and locate on whatever land they...

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 — 9 November 1893

:i^^§s^|:fii|^ ... .... w -.|.a^8$^^ [CONTINUED.] \"Zfanfy 23rttcc,\" «o Jcrrold Quietly- The old man had already mounted the box seat of his wagon and,taken np the reins. He whipped np smartly, and 'with a loud protest from axle and spring the crazy conveyance got fairly tinder way. Jerrold tarried only to cast one regretful glance in the direction of Cyn- thia's window then mounting the gray he dashed after him down the road. In a few minutes the figures of both men were lost to view in the Bhrubbery that bordered the river. The house grew strangely quiet after their departure. The ebony Amelia had departed early that morning for a day's holiday at San Marcus, so the busy sounds of the kitchen were hushed. A general air of reposeful indifference seemed to have settled down upon the Dallas ranch with the sunbeams that slumbered on its porch. It was late in the afternoon when the door opened suddenly and Cynthia came out. She was dressed as for a journey. She wore the long habit f...

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 — 9 November 1893

T l t E I RAT, TIIURSDAY, ^OVEMBKR 0 1803. My queen Is tired and craves surcease Of twanging string and olamoroos I lean against the mantelpiece And watch her in the glass. '••. , '''?)••, One whom I see not where I stand : : Fans her and talks in whispers low: Her loose locks flutter as his hand Moves lightly to and fro. • He begs a flower. Herfingertips Stray round a rose half veiled in laoe: She grants the boon with smiling lips : Her clear eyes read his face. 1 cannot look—my sight grows dim - While fate allots, unequally. The living woman's self to him. The mirrored form to me. '.' ••'' _•_ .i_ —McCtare'e Magasina. TWO OLDFQOLS. Colonel Beebe's hat lay on the piazza floor,-and Colonel Beebe himself, his long, thin legs hanging from the hammock, was enjoying indolently bis Henry Clay while he debated whether he should go over to see the major now or wait until It was cooler. He had just decided in favor of waiting when he heard a trampling from the side of the house. • „ • For a...

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 — 9 November 1893

isfetj ABSOLWELY PURE Sale by Leathern']}£ Smith UKtANDBAY. .:.'.': Arrival* an* Departures. Vessels passing thrdiigb the canal for the week ending Nov. 8: Nov 2d. Down: Meuomineo, FeliclHousyS. \"Thai. Norman, Industry, Muskegon. • Up: *.past Woods. J. Spalding and scow, Menomlneo, C. J. 'Majrill. Richard Mott. Olga, Iris. Christiana. R. H^Beckor. Gfirman, Henry Cowels. J. W. Wright, Ellen Williams. Speed, P. Sawyer, J.B. WllSur.Wollin, John Otis. J.I Marshall. Nov.ha. Down: Joys, Chas. Hickox. Chica- go, Phoenix, Dahlia. XTp: Dahlia. J. H. John- son. O. B. Parks. Muskegon. B.M. Stanton, I. N. Foster. Joys, Chioairo, Pewaukce. Nov. 4th. -^fiown: M. C. Neff. 8. K. ^Martin, T, J. Boyce. M. Corry. Kate Parley. P. Sawyer, B.Taylor. Advance, Menominee. Blva, J. U. Perrett. Geo. Burnhain. Frank Woods. Thos. Smith. Wm. Aldrlch. Up: W.O. Goodman, P. Sawyer, LInerla. Minerva. C. Hickox, I. J. Boyoe, Menominee, H. A. Seymour. Nov. 6th. Down: Quickstep. York State. J. Spaldlngand scows, Geo ...

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 — 16 November 1893

J^'sl-ffi^jls?^ VOLUME XXI. COUNTY BOARD MEETING. WHAT THE COUNTY FATHERS DOINC AT THEIR SESSION. ARE STURGEON BAY, WJ^J THTJRSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. NUMBER 7. Geo. Kelson Again Elected Chairman of the Board — The County Obliged to Bor- row Money to Pay Expenses. The members of the county board of supervisors came together at the court house in this city on Tuesday, for the pur- pose of holding their annual session. Sev- eral new faces were visible, Messrs. Barn- hardt, of Forestville Anschutz, of Jack- sonport: Wiltse, of Liberty Grove Kin ney, of Nasewaupee, and Leon bardt and Koch, of this city, being the members who were not on the board at its last session. After being called to order by the chair- man of the old board, Geo. Nelson, the first business td come before them was the election of a chairman. Mr. Nelson was re-elected to this position for the eighth consecutive year, he receiving twelve out of the eighteen votes cast on the first bal- lot. In accepting the position t...

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 — 16 November 1893

ton Bracked alike impasBivdy through the eloquent argument of the tmsoner's counsel and the fiery appeal of thestete's Wpresentptiye.^gut*m motfcm of Judge Nitcheavio ' : [COKTIOTJKDwJ : v \"Who'B therer demanded Mosely at tha i M e . -: - , , • ' . . , • - ° •ffOome, jbme Ike Mosely,\" replied a loud voice* which the sheriff instantly recognized as the sergeant of, Foraker's men \"this ain't no game of Muff. We're here for bizness, and we want yon to open • «p. w 4 'Frapa yotfll state your reasons for gittin in before I give ye the privilege,\" responded Mosely. \"Waal, yes, we don't mind, seein we're comin in, whether you're willin or not,\" responded the voice. \"We're going to hang that d-—-d tenderfoot you've got in there to the highest tree in the post. That's what we're going to do! So w e tell yon to open up.\"' \"Oh, ye are?' said Ike tauntingly. \"Mebbe you reckon thet 111 set quietly by and see you do all thet? Now, Tm givin it to you straight what you kin ex- pect ef y...

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 — 16 November 1893

THE DEMOCRAT, TJEtD^DAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1803. •{ MIDNIGHT TrtbUGHt& - # Oh la the depths of tntdniaht .JJftiat fancies haunt the orala! - - whan even the sigh ot the sleeper • • BoondaUke a sob of jjjjto: • r .:. AssBMof awe and of wonder ••:•.'••'. • • I *ajr never well define— -'. •• •tot the,thought* that come in the .,. • shadows \"•*• \"'.' Nevermmein the shine. . The old clock down In the parlor Like a«leeples8 mourner grieves, • And theaecondsdrtf In the titenc* . Aid 1 think of the hands that signal The hoars there in the gloom, \"And wonder what angel watcher* ' ' Walt in the darkened i oom. And 1 think of the smiling faces That used to watch and wait. Till the click of theclock was answered By the.click of the opening gate, •''_\"t'' '•• J\"- ••Â».'•*' \\». •\"•••• . ' They1are not there now in the evening. Morning or noon—not there— Tet I know that they keep their vigil And wait for me Somewhere. —James Whitcomb Riley. t S t o S r a » S ^ f e S ^ j C0RNIL.U8 A^DERMUT...

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 — 16 November 1893

.A! DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL, JPOBM8HBP ••:.. *: BYBBrTHUBBDAT .AffcBBNOON. J. BDWABD HARSH, Publisher. Tuuts o r BtrkscRiPTioir: OneTflir.Vi.i/ •':• \".'iiv..'. ............. Six Months..... Three Months...........,.....'........ SingleCopies.. Advertising rates furnished upon application ..11.00 .. M Mnttnrt at thj Vottofict in gturaeon Bay, WU. a$ teeond-elat$ matter. STURGBON BAf, WIS.. NOV. 11. 1898. PANICS NOT POLITICAL. The Evening Wisconsin draws compari- son between the panic of 1873, when the republicans were in control of the govern- ment, and that of this year. It says: 'fit is worth while, now that the worst of the panic of 1608 is over, to lookback and survey the ruin. It has wrought. In the nine months ended Bept. 80, banks sus- pended to the number of 507, with liabili- ties of $168,818,219. The aggregate num- ber of business failures of all kinds during the same period was 12,000, with aggregate liabilities of 1760,800,000. One of the natur- al results of the financial ca...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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