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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 September 1893

BEALEUEALEEADING A DEPARTMENT FOR OUR LOCAL AGRICULTURISTS. Corn Bhoulrt be Cribbed in the Shuck— A Beautiful Plant—Water and Shade for Cowfr-Cost of an Acre of Grain—Short Farrows. The Coreopsis Arlstosia., This is one of the most showy, and at the same time, one of the inost graceful of all late blooming compo- sites, says Gardening illustrated, and, like its conveners, G laneeolata, C. integrifolia and several others, it is a native of California and the humid marshes of Illinois. It succeeds'well treated as an annual in our gardens, and, together with its allies, is valu- able in a cut state,, affording as H does, a profusion o K bright-colored, jlender-stalked blossoms., at a time A USEFUL TLANT. when really elegant and beautiful hardy flowers are scarce. The illus- tration represents nearly the natural' size of the flower it is a rich golden- yellow in color, the disc being spot- ted with crimson brown. I t is dif- ficult to imagine any gold-tinted flowers more beautiful than ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 September 1893

.\\- U S E F U L BA G HOLDER. A. netu* itm* shMuiA *taa » f w * « \\ • Kvery farm. A I* ft 1 teeh taurd 12inche s wide O d | Winehealaag, B i s a 1 inch board « j inches wide and 24 inches long•. Nail - • \\ ' IN TfiE C^MNTY. JACKSOSPORt, H e a v y frost here Monday evening. I Th e Stevenson's Pier school house f f has been considerably enlarged. A i I muc h needed improvement. | .4**I.M|i3ir«^f • Th e various schools o f the tow n of load l Gardner are all in successful operation, ! | with good teachers at the head of each. FRUIT AND CORN HOUSE. A fhatyto'. (Wraetwe Combining Co«T«a- i Urne* a*4 Mteftttty. Last yea r 1 Imllt a. combined corn j •ndfrnifc hoose, which ha» nwroe ad* vantages o f convenience and beauty. A t ' i b e s i l i s i t te 8x135 feet, Mid th e sides Hare to » width o f 9 feet«J inches a t the f plates. . T h e sides are %H feet high, '-\\ «nd th e roof i» half pitch. I t i s di-i Tided across* with a partition, and the j •cmth half has a hin for cor...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 October 1893

VOL. I. STtJRGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, 0€T. 7, 1893. SPECJAL COLUMN. •! Advertisements under this head will be inserted for tw o cents per line each Insertion. -«7\"ANTED-A DRIVING HORSE.-For its » » keeping from now until spring. Will take good care of same and give light driving. Address H. F., Care of this office. Senergetic ITUATION WANTED.—By intelligent and young man. as first, or assistant book-keeper in manufacturing or mercantile establishment. Address F. W..-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, accordeons. etc. Anv- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me at Opera Hall. H. HAH.V. Wroom ANTED-TO RENT.—A live 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. every irina of job printing, neatly, and promptly and at reasonable ra...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 October 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY , W I S . PnrNEY&SHEPABB Publishers CAUGHT IN A FLOODED PIT. I BOMBS FOR THE FAIR. IRISH FLAG CAME DOWN. Sensational Incident of the Day's Festivi- ties at the Coluflifclan Exposition. WORLD'S FAIR G^OC-NOS, Cme too, 111., Sept. m—Thjs was Irish day at the World's Fair. The weather started in horribly this morning, and alo* g abir. mid-day there was no prospect of a clearance. A more disagreeable day for a celebration could not be imagined. The. sky was heavy, there wits a driz* lingrain,the air was cold and the ground was sticky and Hooded. It must have had a discouraging effect on the (.'rent Terrible Disaster in the Mansfield Mine Near Crystal Fans, Mich. CRYSTAL FALLS, Mich., Kept. 20.—The most .disastrous accident in the history of mining operations in Northern Wis- I consin and the Michigan Peninsula oc- curred last evening, when the Mans- | tleid Mine, ' near this city, caved ! in, letting in the current of ! the Miehigamme River. Every ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 October 1893

NEWS PARAGRAPHS. T E X A S' state treasur y / i s b a n k r u p t . Banker s hesitat e t o cash w a r r a n t s with which officials ar e paid o n account of scarcity of funds. / ' CLAIRE Romxsqx , t h e Normal ?afo robber, wa s p u t u n d e r b o n d s of $5,000 .«t Valparaiso, Phd . I n default of bail ho was p u t in jail. Mas. CLAUK ha s secured a $4,000 ver - • dict against t h e Milwauke e & &t. Paul road a t Ceda r Rapids , la. , for th e kill- inirof he r h u s b a n d . PKO'F. KOWAK D ' L . BKKHJS, teache r of mathematic s in th e IlaiTisburtr, l'a., public schools, ha s b e e n dismissed for .drunkennes s a n d disorderly conduct. JEFFERSON REICH, a well-know n citixen of Koscoe, 111., was found haiisrinij in a n old house in whic h h e formerly lived. It is, though t h e wa s mentall y unbal- anced. RAK'HETT SCOTT, w h o embezzle d §70,- iOOO belonging to Polk Count} - , Tex. , a n d who was arreste d a t Ciudad J mire, Mex.. voluntarily r e t u r n s t o Nebra...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 October 1893

Entered at the pontofflct at Stvrge&n Day, at tecond class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV F I N N E Y & S H E P A R D , Editor* and Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PRIOR. $1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICK. All persons addressing communication?! to the DOOR COCNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always addreps as follows: PINNEY & SHEPAHD, Publishers. ' Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., OCT. 7, 1893. EDITORIAL.' '.„ T H E Advocate refers to the \"r»ni of free trade inaugurated by the election of Buchanan,\" which makes room again for: \"the report published last week being an error.\" T H E S E is occasionally to be found a man who changes his political belief so often that it is hard to ever find him, twice in succession, of the same opinion. Such men are of no particular value to either party. Their opinion^ are of no value, either, because never formed by any thought or study o n the part of themselves, but are swayed from side to side, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 October 1893

THE FENCED GARDEN. How It Con be Cultivated With Ease and Thoroughness. Th e ideal condition, n o doubt, is t o have th e garden unfcnced, permitting1 approach from all sides with horse and cultivator t o assist in th e cultivation of the growin g crops an d in subduing of weeds. Bu t a fenced garden is some- times made imperative by circumstances over whic h th e owne r has n o control, the \"circumstances\" being in the nature of hi s neighbors' cows, pigs, fowls o r other animals that are liable o n occa- sions to be a t large, t o the injury of gar- CHESTNUT TREES. Farmers Who Plant Them Will Not VUf Bret Their Enterprise. Growing chestnuts is claiming a good deal of attention from enterprising cultivators throughout a wide area of our country, an d experiments have proved that it can b e made profitable. There are some difficulties attending the establishment o f a chestnut grove or orchard, and like all other ne w lines of work some things have ye t t o b e learned b y further...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 October 1893

could be d*angeroas. Sh e regardedherhtiv Iratid as s deeply injured man . an d she *pok*»of th e authorities in terras of rtu..- SPIF J. E. M U D D O C H * ed CHAPTER XVII-cosmffEO. .„ From this, point Rachel wo aid if ?heeould j ' v t ' ' so,hav bore dopecontmucd her journey by j l^7'f], the lonely northern route that wouid nave ' carried her over the .we.rd. desolate wastft of the tundrnv, which are swept by the piti- les'* Arctic blaiels.and frozen into a world of white death by the intense cold. In these •wild and pitiless region.', almost entirely deserted alike by man mid beast, sdiev/or.id at least have been \\iv.t from insult an d mohftation. Jbit c one tra-i'elimr on sufferance a* the daughter of a convict, alio was compelled by the law'.to keep main exile road. Therefore she. h,.d no alterna- tive, antf ao forth she went, hot .-i little •while before reaching the town of Tinmen «he was seized '-. ith sudden illness, and was compelled to peek shelter and care in a lonciy...

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

W a s h i n g t o n ' s M a r b l e G a v e l . T h e h a n d s o m e marbl e gavel used by Presiden t Georg e Washingto n at t h e laving o f t h e cornerston e of t h e Unite d ,States capitol 100 y e a r s ago is no w in 'possession of t h e Potoma c Lodge of jlastmi* of Georgetown , b y w h o m it is guarde d withe-are almost ain'bnntin-g to veneration. Fo r fear that - it might be stolen o r injured, it was o r d e r e d year s ago to place t h e precious relic in th e strong vaults of th e F a n n e r s ' an d Mechanics' B a n k , an d from t h e r e it has n e v e r b e e n Removed, except on th e orde r of t h e liuluc. No m a n is allowed to take it in Ids possession, even for a day. W h e n e v e r t h e lodge is requested | to \"allow t h e gavel to leave th e vaults .i to b e used a t som e corner-stone laying, j a c o m m i t t e e of thre e is always ap - i pointed to bear th e relic compan y until its return . T h e gavel ha s been \"in tin-i possession of th e lodge ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 October 1893

•Mfeuiii ummm^*itimiimattm WOOL AND MUTTON. Crosa-Bred Sheep Mast Be the Wain De- pendence of Wool Growers. Wool is no w differentiated by breed, and b y the parts of the sheep's body. I t must no t be supposed that the whol e body of a sheep bears the same kind and quality of wool. This would be a wholl y mistaken idea, and one that woul d stand prominently in the Way of an y intelligent consideration of this subject. And this is one of the most Important tilings for the %vool-#rower to study when he is thinking of improv- in g his wool-bearers. Th e diagram here given will represent the differ- ence in the quality of the wool of any one of the Down breeds, and approx- imately of that in a Merino. For the quality of the fleece is ye t dependent to a large extent on the form of the frame, oven of the most highly bred MerinoeB, and it will be centuries, perhaps, be- fore the most skillful breeder will be able, if ever, to overcome the tendency to this local variation in wool. Hence t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 October 1893

^gl^^plll SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under this head will he Inserted for two cents per line each insertion. keeping from now until sprincr. Will take good care of same and give lieht uriviuL'. Address H. P., Care of this office. 'energetic y„oung man, as first, or assistant •book-keeper in manufacturing or mercantile establishment. Address F. \\V. H., care of this office. AT COST—I have several pianos and new- style organs which I will sellat 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 Hall. 13. HAHN. -A live to eight room house or cottage. One storv build- ing preferred. Must be in good condition and located near business part of city. Address, M., care of this office. WANTED.—Everybodyprintingw to kno that we do every kina of job , ncatlv. and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office. and cheapest place in Door county to ge'l Job Printing is at t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 October 1893

DOOB COUNTY PEMOCRM. S T U R G E O N B A Y,iW PINNEY &SHEPAHD - -Publishers. PEACE RESTORED AT P.IO. j : President. Peixoto Agrees to.Dismount the j Guns in the City. j . \"VYAKHINGTON, B . C . , O c t . 7.—President j P e i x o t o , o f Brazil, ha s consented to dis- t i n o u u t t h e {.'tins in Kid-Janeiro, a n d Ad - j mira l Mellos, c o m m a n d e r of th e ineur- g a n t fleet,' lias agreed no t t o ! fire o n t h e city s o long a s 1 t h e gum* r e m a i n dismounted . Thi s j •vrord was received from C o m m a n d e r Picking , o f t h e United States cniiiser Charleston , n o w in tiie Jiarbor a t Kio j J a n e i r o , last night. -This a g r e e m e n t j was, i t i s believed, brough t about j t h r o u g h t h e - efforts of th e rcpre.sen- j tatives o f th e foreign power s a t j Brazil. Fo r th e pant n e c k t h e j foreign minister-? have been trying to i b r i n g about, a n a r r a n g e m e n t t o wive i t h e Brazilian capital from destruction j a t the....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 October 1893

DOMESTI C ECONOMY . [ S ^ I S until chemical an article of food. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. T w o Ways of Shocking Corn—The Care of Apples—Value of Reputation to a Farmer —Setting Cuttings—Box for Wetting Hay, • • JEte. Setting Cuttings. I n setting grape, currant, or other cuttings in th e open ground a trench is often plowed or dug, th e cuttings placed in position, and th e earth thrown back. Many make the ground as •mellow-as possible, and with a pointed stick or sharpened iron rod make a hole of the proper depth and inclination, and insert the cutting. The operation can he greatly expe- dited and cheapened, says the Arueri- • ^ ^ j \" ^ can Agriculturist, by the handled 1 .\"Soot dibble shown in th e illustration, Value of a Reputation. Have you ever observed that some farmers can get a better price for exactly th e same grade of cattle thati can-be obtained by other men? There is nothing mysterious about i t It- is simply because they have a reputa- tion lor t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 October 1893

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the yottdrtc* at Sturgeon Bay, iu ••:•'.'\\ *econt elms matter. ' PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV - PINNELY• & S H E P A R D , Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PBICB, Si.SO PER VEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. All persona addressing communications to the Boon COUNTY, DEMOCRAT, will please address the publiahersaiid not the papur alone. Always addrecs as follovrB: PINSEV & SupPARB, Publishers. • Sturgeon Hay. Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., OCT. 14,1893 EDITORIAL, STATE PKKSS. A tariff for revenue only is oue with the sole object of raising money for the support of the government. Th e chief object of a protective tariff is to keep foreign goods out of competition with those made i n this country, thus com- pelling the public at large to pay tribute to the manufacturers.—Southwestern Local. The scare about the suspension of pensions by the Government Pension department seems to have been ground- less. But few pensioners had-. their quarterly allowances discontinued, a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 October 1893

LATTICE LEAF PLANT. A Peculiar Water Plant Exhibited at the World's Fair. One of th e most singular plants known ma y \"be seen growin g in the small conservatory on th e lawn back fit the main entrance of the Horticul- tural building at the world's fair. Th e plant, says the Oranjre Judd Farmer, is a part of th e N e w York exhibit and may be seen in a pa n in th e tank where other water lovers are grown. Th e plant in question is a native of Mada- gascar, called b y botanists Ouvirandra fenestralis. Th e former from its native name in Madagascar, th e latter mean- LATTICE LKA.F PLANT. ing window-leaved, which in part ex - plains it s oddity, as on e can look clear through the leaf. It is also called lace leaf or lattice l e a l f o r th e same reason. The peculiarity of th e plant consists in its leaves being nothing more than a mere network of vascular tissue, re- sembling lace. It is no t very often met with, even in our park greenhouses, hence is worthy of a visit by all w h o ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 October 1893

Tho morrow downed, gloomy and wintry in its aspects, mid at seycn o'clock ttio great bet! ol the prison clanged harshly its a sig- nal that those who were to «o forward vrcro to master in the court-yard. Then for two hours or more the clanking of chains and the hubbub of voices were deafening, until at last the commander of the soldiers who were to form tho escort called out in a hoarse voice: ''Si- lence.\" Instantly the voices gr^ew dumb, and the rattling of the chrdii:-. ceased. Then the muster roll'was called. Many ot those Who had entered the prison a month ago. •would 'answer m more to an earthly call, lor typhoid, typhus, anil other -malignant diseio-cs had been busy .-iinongit them. When tho muster * was complete, the feeble, the sickly, and the avrcd were told to fall out, and \"anther in a group in a cor- ner ol the yard, an they would leave last and no carried in telaea^. And, nil being ready, the word \"•march\"\" rang out. Tho jrreut gate* d the prison swung open, und ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 October 1893

PACIFIC COAST' NOTES. Sxovv is reported , a foot d«ep on the summit oi' the Blue: Mountains, in Washington, earlier by a month than last year. THE camel-backed Kilnion are verv plentiful in the waters of the Coluinluii at The lalles and this is about the oulv speeies now beinjr i-might. I'r.'it cattle-buyers have trive.i be- tween\" 700 and IsdO beef cattle from Oregon ranges, payini: about *:M to fi's per liead. A SAMPLE of jiold bnniiilit into Coqu- ii!e City,On.'., from the -Salmon Mountain section'a few days ago weighed abciit six ounces, and was worth a little over In the lieighborhoud of Kosalia, M*hit- waii County, Wash., there are twelve steam threshers and one limse-power and one combined header and thresher, averaging about 2,000 bushels per day,' and yet there is grain enough in tin- vicinity to Ueep all these machines run- ning for two months steadily. J^'KOM the best information obtainable by'leadim: shippers in Portland, Ore., uappears that the surplus of wheat for sh...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 October 1893

With* .ARTESIAN DRAINAGE. hau l Thoroughness the Work Cannot Be Made a Succesg. I learned something about drainage last y%ar which ha s been of great serv- ice tct mc this spring, and may b e t o others wh o have a similar problem t o solve. Th e drainage o f springy land i s often jvery difficult Th e ditches pu t through th e w e t place are found t o drain only imperfectly the surrounding soil. S have seen water stand on th e surface of the ground with tile buried three feet below—all clear and free and in good working order. Th e reason i s the water is forced ou t of th e ground b y a n upward pressure, an d comes through little seams and veins distrib- uted through th e soil, many o f them near the tile perhaps ye t the water will come jnearly or quite t o th e surface be- fore It works it s wa y t o th e tile. Th e condition producing this state of affairs i s illustrated in the cut. A show s up- per stratum of we t soil, which is often peaty or mucky B is a layer of hardpan ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 October 1893

w& :!glMilS STtJI^GEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCT.^1, 1893. NO M. SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under tbl« head will be Inserted for two cents per line each insertion. A SHOOTING MATCH for turkevs will be given at Michael Carmodv's. Town of Eep Harbor, Saturday, Oct. 28. Everybody is in- vited to attend. Wkeeping ANTED-A DRIVING HORSE.-For its from now until spring Will take good care of saipe and give light drlvinp. Address H. F., Care of this office. Senergetic ITUATION WANTED.-By intelligent and young man, as first, or assistant book-keeper in manufacturing or mercantile establishment. Address F. W. H., care of this office. 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 Hall. B. HAH.W LOCAL. T H E tinest line of gent's underwear Hi the city at Leathern & Smith's. Local merchants report a lively in- ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 October 1893

'•..''. CHAPTEIl XX . ' , : . : _ AT THE KAIIA MHJEJ. .':' As soon as Kani was reached, Paul Fat- royna—against whom a hiaek report was presented, owing to the incident at Tomsk, when lie threatened a hruttil oliicer wh o t a d insulted Catherine—wrc* ordered into Close confinement in the jealously-guarded prison, while Catherine mid Jhn.-hel were quartered in the houses of soiueso-caUed f n e convicts—that is, convicts who were alio wed to'build huts lor themselves and live a comparatively free 111o. free from the irk- some restraint of the prisons. Tlic on- ward journey still further to the east for those who were destined for the lower Amoor and Sakhalin would not ho com- .-noticed until the spring had opened th e roads again, so that those wh o had not yet .-reacilietitheir filial destination iiud ninny month* to j et over before doing so. ' Ontheriite's separation from the husband lilie so adored KIH igr» blow, but just be- - fore parting .he had 'managed to say to lien \"lie ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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