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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 September 1893

UNITED TO SAVE MEN'S SOULS. Hundreds of Delegates Attend the Opening Session of the Religious Congres*. CHICAGO, 111., Sept. 11.—An event of world-wide historic interest, one never before accomplished, took place to-day. It was the assembling of the parliament of religions, a gathering of representa- tives of all the great beliefsof the world. The object is to show how important are those things upon which all are agreed, and how, comparatively unimportant are the differences of creed. The result of the parliament, it is expected, will be to emphasize what is fundamental and throw into the background those differences which are accidental and su- perficial. Ingress was impossible to the spacious Art Palace on the lake front long before the hour appointed for the beginning of the proceedings. No such im- mense crowd had gathered before during all the memorable series of con- gresses since the beginning of the World's Fair. Aside from the size of the crowd, it was even more distin- gu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 September 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the postoffict at Sturgeon lias, «* necond clas* matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY F I N N E Y St 6 H E P A R D , Editors and 1'roprletors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1,50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. AH persons addressing communications to the DOOR COTJOTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publishers and not the paper ulone. Always address as follows: PINNEY & SHBPAHD. Publishers. Sturgeon-Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. Wis., Sept. 16, 1893. EDITORIAL. PULCIFER, whose first name is Dave, and who has held tlie position of post- office inspector under Republican and Democratic administrations for many years, has at last lost his job. This is good news for Democrats and Repub- licans alike, as old \"Puis\" played the role of a genuine '.'sucker1' and any man who will do that deserves to have his head severed from his body. Pulcifer will now have a chance to look- after his one-horse grocery business among the Indians at Shawano, Wis. It takes a Democratic administratio...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 September 1893

L1V& S T O C K . The -Damage By Uneleanliness. ' Just how. much milk or butter is in- jured by unclean utensils and imple- ments cannot be estimated, but that much of the butter sold in market would bring higher prices ii better care was given during the process of handling the milk is a fact. One point is sometimes overlooked, which is very important, and that is the purity of the salt used. Any kind of salt will not answer the purpose, and it should be weighed be- fore it is worked into the butter. Remedy for Hard Milker. It may be possible to change the habit of hard milking by management. Milk the cow as quickly as possible with a strong hand for some time, and as the cow gets older she may mend in this re- spect or you may make some hardwood pins to fit into the teats, and oil them Avell, and after milking insert them, leaving them in until the next milking. In a short time this may .counteract the tension of the muscles and make the milking easier, but it must bo done with...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 September 1893

AGrEICULTUML NEWS A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR RURAL READERS. OUR How Single I'oultry Horses May Bo En- larged at Siimll Cost—Support for Bushes and Trees—Crate for Gardeners-Flan Cut the Season-* Work. Enlarging th e Poultry House. There arc scores of poultry douses In tbe land that .aru detacher] build- inns in themselves, and In size some- thing: Hke 10x14 feet, accommodating twenty ortwenty-Uve fowls: and there are scores of owners of these build- ings who would like to keep a lamer stock of poultry, were the accommo- dat ions for housing ihem ample. The ac ompanying sketch from the Ameri- can Agriculturist shows how these s ng e houses may readily be enlarged to three times their present size, and that, too, at small expense. Two wings of equal dimensions with the original building are built upon its hides, the roof of each being a con- tinuation of the original roof, though forming usmall angle at the point of juncture. The side walls of the old •V--N. EKLABOED I'OULTIiY 1IOCHC build...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 September 1893

CHAPTE R X I I I - C O S T I X C E D . , But she diil not attempt to reply. She had come there no t to argue points of theology with him, but to plead for her father's happiness an d life, bhe saw now, however, that she had made a mistake, and her racial pride caused her to feel that it were better that both she and her father !ie than that they should be under an obligation to such a heartless tyrant as Peter Alexieff. An d so she remarked, as she drew her veil about her fiiee again: \"Mercy is not in you. So be it. I will go, and in Heaven's good time the wronged shall be righted, an d mayhap your eyes will be opened to your errors.\" She turned, and in the doorway still stood l'avloff. barring her exit. \"Stay.\" said Alexieff, comnucnduigly, and with a low chuckle as of triumph. Kaehel turned to him once more, and no w for the first time a thrill ol iear swept through her, for she realized that this ma n was her loe an d her father's toe. \"Yo u *ay,\" lie continued, \"that some...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 September 1893

IN THE COUNTY. UNION. Miss Mary A. Kirby, of Oconto, is visiting relatives here. Alex. Jeanqimrt is on the sick list but be is not dangerously ill. Joseph Albert, of Little Sturgeon, was visiting here with, friends the first of the week. Mr. Arthur Vandergate, of. Oshkosh, is here to stay a few weeks with his many friends. Alex, and Joseph Jeaiujuart attended the Brown county fair held at Green Bay last week: Mr. Ed. Stephenson, of Menomirieer Mich., is here visiting with his relatives and numerous friends. School commenced in the 3rd district on Monday, Sept. 11th, instead of Sept. 4, as mentioned in a past issue. ——.—-—, ™ o Captain Henard still continues to buy eggs, butter and cheese, and is doing a rushing business boating across, the bay. Ben Whiteside, who has been away in Minnesota during the past summer, is expected home on a visit in a few days. There is a brand new girl baby at the home of Mr. E.\" B. Wood, and that's What makes Kbeii wear such a broad smile. Mrs, John ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 September 1893

VOL. I. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 18935. SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under tlilu head will be Inserted for two rents per line each insertion. AT COST—I have several pianos and new style organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accordeons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at . least 25 per cent, by calling on me at Opera I Hall. B. HAHX. | ANTED-TO RENT.—A five to eipht j room house or eottatre. One story build-1 ing preferred. Must be in (,'ood condition and I located near business part of citv. Address, M.. care of this oftlce. WANTED.—Everybodb y to know that we do j every kina of jo printing, neatlv. and : promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your ! orders to this office. ' N&l&l LOCAL. What stupendous foolishness creation is, if this is all there is of it. \\VALI. Paper 6 cents to 25 cents per roll at Chas. Wulfs, Bay View. Wenzel Bunda has been appointed postmaster at Sister Bay, this county. Mrs. H. Halm i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 September 1893

DflOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . HNNEY&SHEPABD - Publishers. ROB A MINERAL RANGE TRAIN Four Masked Men Secura $80,000 Belong- ing to the Calumet and Hecla Company. CALUMET, Mich., Sept. 15.—A train on the Mineral Range Railroad was held tip between here and Hancock by four masked me n this morning and ro!)bed of $70,000 of the .Calumet and ih'via. mine money. The robbery wan the most daring ever committed, in the \"West, the hold-up taking place at 9:30 this morning. The train' coming to Calumet was held u p by four highwaymen at the highway about half way between Calu- jnetand Hancock. The engineer and fireman were covered with revolvers by two of the robbers, while the other two ordered the express messenger to put the contents of his sife into a bag which one of the robbers carried. The messenger immediately complied and handed out Home $75,000 or sjwo.OOO consigned to tUe Calumet an d Hecla mine and which was part of the •money to be paid by the mine o n its .mon...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 September 1893

NO SLEEP FOR THE CITIZENS. Wisconsin, Cities Saved from Destruction Only by a Heroic Effort. .MEKKILL, Wis., Sept. 15.—Last night vrBS on e o f fear an d anxiety to man y o f th e residents o f th e tfooded districts i n Northern Wis- consin. A high wind was raging, fanning th e forest fires into huge roll- in g waves of flame which swept 'every- thing before it with the rapidity of a prairie fire, only it was more destruc- , 1 tive, for w h e n the forest avalanche ha s «wep t ove\"r an d all leaves, grass an d foliage burned th e heavy timber and eve n th e earth burns for days, creating a suffocating smoke. I n what is know n as the Pine River set- tlement east of this city th e fire nearly «wept everything off from the face of th e earth. The farmers live practically i n th e woods, have only a few acres •cleared, an d whe n th e ocean of tire swep t over the. district many thought th e day of judgment was at hand. Ho w t o save themselves an d families was a •question hard to...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 September 1893

DOOIteOUNTyDEMOGRftT. jEntered at the pontoMct at Sturgeon Bay, as teeondelast matter. ' PUBLISHED WEEKLY BIT PINNE1 Y & S H E P A R D , .-Editors an d Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. AH persons addressing communications to the 1OO COUNTY DEMOCRAT? will please address the publishers imrt not the paper alone. Always addrefa as follows: PlNKEV & SHKPAUD. Publishers, Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON KAY, Wi*.. Sept. 2.3, 1803. EDITORIAL. Some Thoughts mi Protection. It is doubtful if protection, for the sak e of protection, is ever desirable. W h e r e an industry is demanded , a n d is possible, it. will ipp(»ni' without protec- tion. It comes at' behisf'of llio law tha t deman d must Intvi- stipjilv. Ils.oxist.- sil.y its g r o w t h filily to meet the unearned and exorbitant proiits to those already sufficient. In either case, protection as a permanent trade regu- lation, from the stand-point of econom- ics, is rank heresy. All trade regula- tion...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 September 1893

THE POTATO HARVEST. SIXTEEN QUART CRATES. The Most Advantageous Package for Small Fruits. » \"Please make them aj,l 16-quart crates,\" said th e retailer of m y small fruits, \"for they are th e nicest little crates t o handle I ever saw besides, ! they tempt those wh o would otherwise ! refuse t o buy, by being so neat and at- \\ tractive in appearance that they feel • they must have one of those little crates of berries, for they look so fresh and good.\" It is needless t o say, after hear- I inp th e above, that I m a k e - m y ow n crates. I will say right here, I do no t think a ,few dollars can be spent to : greater advantage by the grower of fruits for home market than investing the same in fitting up a crate and re- . pair shop, where lie ma y employ his leisure time in winter in makin g and repairing crates, mending baskets, etc. A. small foot-power circular sa w is the best investment I ever made in th e line of tools. With it I sa w every piece used in the construction o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 September 1893

CHAPTE R XIV.— COKTISVKI. t l You shall swear deeper than that,\" said Rachel. \"Yo u are a Christian, an d th e cross is your symbol of faith. Give m o y o u r hand, and swear as I shall toll yoti, •unless even now at tho last moment yo u ^ o u l d reconsider your determination.\" 'For a few second* beseemed to hesitate, then asked:— \"Will you not tell mo what the sacrifice ••• i« to be? * \"No,\" she answered (irmly. \"You must accept m y condition* without question, or we nart lor ever.\" \"I accent them. Do with me as yo u will.\" H e put forth his hand, nnd sh e took it, leading him to tho cross, upon which she placed his hand. Then she uttered these words, he repeating them. \"I, Jvnn Alexieff. sou of Peter Alexieff, formerly Chief of tho Police of St. Peters- burg, hereby solemnly vow \"and swear in th e name of the Christ 1 adoro, andjhy this s-acrcd symbol of the Christian Church, that I will implicitly and obediently mnko a sacrifice whatever it may be, wherever an d whe...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 September 1893

•Â£Â«• BEALKUEALREADING WILL BE FOUND IN THIS DE- PARTMENT. How the Travelinjj Public May Have Con- • venlent Watering Flaces—Too Much Pot- ash Is Harmful—Value of Agricultural i*alr»—Calf Weaner. Roadside Watering Troughs. •Whenever practicable, watering troughs should be located at conven- ient distances along the highway. nG. 1. PAItALLEL WITH ROADWAY. In sotne States any one of the resi- dents who will establish and main- tain a watering trough along the high- way is exempted from a certain num- ber of days of road tax. This law proves such a convenience to the traveling public as well as the resi- dents that it should find a place anon the statute books of all the States , however, to aid those who desire, to erect the best forms of troughs, the accompanying sketches from the American Agriculturist, are pre- sented. In Fig. 1, the trough is placed parallel with the'roadway, as often there is no room to extend it in any other direction. Whenever pos- sible let the water enter n...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 September 1893

IN THE COUNTY.' W A S H I N G T O N HARBOR. T w o trading hookers have been in port this wee k supplying th e pcoplb with all the necessities. Christian Sabe's threshing machine is d o i n g good work. Mrs. W. Baker, of Sturgeon Bay, is visiting with friends and relatives. Misses Freda and Sarah Goodmander, D o r a Johnson, and Fraiika Err, depart Wednesday, Sept. litth, for Chicago. Hattie Parkman, of Sturgeon\" Bay, arrived here Sunday. She will have charge of the Detroit Harbor school the comin g fall and winter. The Err boys' tug. the Volunteer, will b e readv for business next. week. GALLANT JACK ADAMS. T h e &e$r C o m m a n d e r i n Chief, o f t h e G. A . B . T w o weddings since you, last heard from us, and another reported to be booked for the near future. .ELLISON BAY. Dr. Gudnmndson of Washington Island spent Tuesday in this vicinity. Th e steam barge Liberty wa s in port v the fore part of the week. On Monday night a vi-vy refreshing shower visited this region. Thi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 September 1893

ili^^^M STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPT. 30,4893. NO^S^iiai SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under thl* head will be Inserted for two cents per line each insertion. \\xrANTED—A DRIVING HORSE.—For its » » keeping from now until sprinc Will taHe good care of same and give light driving. Address H. F., Care of this office. Senergetic ITUATION \"WANTED.—By intelligenteand young man, as first, or assistant book-keeper in manufacturing or mercantile establishment. Address F. \\V. H., care of this office. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and new- organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accordcons, etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me at Opera Hall. B. HAHN. Wroom ANTED-TO RENT.-A five to eight house or cottage. One story build- ing preferred. Must be in good condition and located near business part of city. Address, M., care of this office. WANTED—Everybodb y to know that we do every kina of jo printing, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 September 1893

MOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON.BAY, WIS. MWNEY & SHEPAED Publishers. ALL LOST BUT ONE. tfgnty Persons Drowned by the Sinking of a Haytlan War-snip. N K W Y O K K , Sept. $?.—A re,por( of •the s i n k i n g of t h e Ilaytie n warshi p Alexan- d r e Pe'tion wa s received iivthis city'last evening . All o n board with on e ex - ceptio n w e r e lost. All told eighty .wort d r o w n e d . A m o n g tin n u m b e r were m a n y p r o m i n e n t officials an d diplo- m a t s of tiit re 11 a) ilk: T h e cause of tlic disaster b un - k n o w n . T h e new s of th e disaster was b r o u g h t to this eily by ex-Minislcr to* Hayt i J . S, D u n h a m , wh o arrived on t h e steame r Prince Wilhelm I. from P o r t a u Prince. Th e disaster to t h e I'e- tion occurred on Septembe r •*, about fifty miles south from ( a p e Tibero. Tin cruiser h a d just boon pu t into commis- sion. .She left Port ai I'rince S e p t e m b e r 4, boun d for San Domingo, s h e liad on boar d m a n y dist burnish...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 September 1893

FILLED WITH ARMED MEN. . Attempt to Hold Up a Train in Missouri - Foiled Aftsr a Battle. ST. JosErn, Mo., Hept. L'o.—J?ix would- be train robbers were caught in a trap this niornins, and two of them were killed and three captured. One es- caped. The Kansas City, .St. Joseph « & Council Bluffs road,was the intended victim. A dummy train was stmt ahead, filled with oilicera who opened lire upon the robbers. The men who were killed were Fred. Kohler, aged h\\ who lived with his young wife at hSlo ^'wrlh Tenth Street and Hugo Eutrel, a stop- son of Henry Cdeitze, proprietor of the Occidental Hotel. The man who es- caped is supposed to be Henry Gloit :e, a brother of the man who was killed. Three other men, IS. A. Hearst, Charles j Fredericks and AVill Carver were j captured, but they were decoys and j were not connected with the robbery, j \" The officers of the road have known for some time an ' attempt would be made to rob the train and preparations j were made to capture them. D...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 September 1893

Q DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the tottofflct at Sturgeon Say, at second dam matter. PUBLISHED WEBKLV BY PINNB. Y & S H B P A R D , Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, «1.5 0 PER YEAR. SPKCIAL NOTICE. AH persons addressing communication!! to tbe Uoou COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the pubiWliern and not tho paper alone. Always addre-H u* follows: PINNEY & SHEPAiiD, Publishers, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEO N BAY . Wi Sept. 80. 1839. EDITORIAL. T H E proper I In 11(4 for To m Reed to d o is to soak his head. A BUSINESS that can't statu! fair com- petition either isn't wanted, or else it lucks brains or enterprise in its manage- ment. __ A B N K K Kfftuv, recently deceased at Milwaukee, Wis., built th e first large saw mill on the Menominee river, and was well known to old residents there. W E arc to have a revision of the tar- iff in full aceord'with the democratic platform, and still I» sines continues to improve, and factories closed during the summer are ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 September 1893

STATE PKKKS. Thousands of dollars are spent an - nually in this country to teach other na- tions th e fatherhood of God an d th e brotherhood of man. an d ye t w e refuse to have any commercial dealings with them. Isn't i t about time for u s to practice what w e preach?—Washington County Pilot., Its enoug h to make a wodd-pecker cough, t o hear the silly stories told i n regard to th e Catholics uprising an d secreting arm s in their churches to kill protestants with. Such nonsense is ab- sorb and those talking it don't believe it. Stop the foolish talk.—Kingston spy. . Philetus Sawye r is a s a g e an d a philosopher. H e said to a Milwaukee man the other day : \"I haven't lost a cent by these treasury suits. I had arranged to give $150,000 to the State University after m y death. N o w I shan't leave it a d—— n cent.\"—Water- loo Democrat. N e w York banks are flooded with money to sueh an exteut that they don't know* what to d o with it. Th e strin- gency there a fe w weeks ag o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 September 1893

CHAPTER XVI. A Ciir.CK. When Ivan Ale.vieli determined to ac- company Rachel on her journey through Liberia, he was nol indifferent- to the diili- - cutties that ley inline way. Everyone who •Wished to travel in thecouutry\" that lay beyond the Praia was obliged to be fur- • nbhed with the necessary ias?port \"and Official loiter* otlurwi.se he would be li- able- to o'Tcst as u auspicious character whose object was to convey 'information to Uio.convicts, or obtain information from them. Under any other conditions than thoso which now existed, Jie would have hod no difficulty whatever. because, ho wn* legitimately entitled to go out to his father. Hut it was pretty well known that ho had refused to accompany his father, and it was also known that he IinrI displayed a liking for '.Rachel Annua, Therelorolt he had applied through the ordinary channels for the ne- cessary papers, it would atone* have been . nuspceted that he simply wished to accom- pany Rachel eomcijnentlv permission \"...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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