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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 December 1893

THE DEMOCRAT, THUK8DAY, DECEMBER 21 , 1803. Jr^SQNq^) F THE ROCKING CHAIR. '- Our rocking ehatr is a daaeinc yacht, Aod. oh, bat th«beMraxiliViI m-i'^'^ 1 one* waawTecr^ on Oris very •** . BtitwasY|un,uid Jackandl. • •k \\:^::~::. Bat fo*lth«s»n»y.»Mtlk« Allows etuL U'sgeitiiicjroa^lMwthebc^doMtoMl Ai&dear,batlt%k>wsaeQual Afraid, aweetfcean} Why, we're safe of ' ^.cornier' t ' : - ^ t ^ v v ' . -.:'- Wa^.ajdi|to ^ o t b « w » U . v y Ift a c c e ^ today, and we spin along. With yon on tho box with »». Thaalria fine* a^&afconea strong. And plenty ot tbingawe'li Howth» bones dance they're full of fan* Bntwhoa! Ifeaar they're going to run. And they cant be held! Oh, how they taar! Now each is wont of the four. : • J u t aee that hUl that's before ns there! Ahl saved by the closet door. And what shall it be tonight, dear heart? A train with its rambling sound? Nowoff it moves with a qniet start— It1** drowsy train we've found. Just hear its clickety-clicking s...

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 — 21 December 1893

5BS m ti» ^r-^m 4* ^ ^ A B D Himitt^ £#^Pubii*her. #\" Three Months.. (•&•Â£ ,• ..:., ,• . •..*'.•*•••'•'• •ingle Copies A^r^»:. :ivi.. ...-...: v, AdVertisii^«te»furoUbed uponapplication .11.00 .08 M*t4T*d at-the Voito&u thSturgeon Bay, Wit. at itcotutelaut matur. STURGEON BAf, WIS., DEC. ,21. 1898. :y^::-:4''Tiifc'?MAWwi*N-iaVB«TioN-.: Mv :^l^i«(MtWi^'iNaa by the republican i:^^f^K^^Mv^.:tjMaiiiui. matter.is lywwr:tb*.ttcV (that Blount J wassent to the ^ti^d^a* Vi^pMsentatjhre o t the United ^Btates vrithbut the knowledge or consent ^faM#^i0\\ifo* alleged that his ap- pointmpnt was unconstitutional., As usual the republican editors have gone off half cocked as an examination of the records shows that President Cleveland has many precedents for his action. In 1863 Presi- dent Fillmore, acting under the advice of Daniel Webster, bis secretary of state, sent Commodore Perry as ambassador«tp Japan without ithe advice^and consent of the senate. In 186b President Lincoln...

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 — 21 December 1893

THB DEMOCRAT, TERJBSDAY, DECEMBER 2 1 , 1803. COMPARISON OF EXPENSE. l-life TriE DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRA- ? TtON BEEN ECONOMICAL. STURGEON B^LYj WIS. : W e h a v e in stock a fine line • «f Fall a n d ^ i h t e r Suitings, aud we are better prepared than ever to give you clothes that are guar- anteed to ^giye satisfaction and at prices that suit the times. Boys' Suits, $13 and upward. Men's Suits, $15 and upward. Pants, $3.50 and upward. We also carry a large stock of Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents'Furnishings. Also dealers in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc, REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Scene from Edith Sessions Tup- per'3 Comparison of the State Expenses for Two Tears Past with Those of the Xait Two Tears of Republican Rnle. The critics of the democratic state ad: ministration have called attention to the fact that the expenses of the state govern- ment this year have exceeded those of last year, and from that they attempt to make the people believe that t...

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 — 21 December 1893

........,„..„ K.. ,.„ . . . ( r t b ^ ^ ^ W i ^ S ^ ^ ^ ' I ^ W i W ^ S ^ W - ^ i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ some time bMDi^n«gtter«lniaiMf(er of He^th I D e p a i t a ^ the road and uowhol& the p o ^ ^ j g l & ' i & i t * ^ ^ \" f t i ^ ^ y r l ^ ^ * 1 * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ \" ' ^ \" - \" v - motion is thcfcgl^^ g ? M l y ^ ^ ^ ^ ™ ^ ^ * ' - - ^•• \\* ^ e « 6 t .iepilto t f c ^ •. Laand^h g the*toma£h\" te^ thinfpvra medical practice U a » tOxl» belleved^it means a ^ lution In^the treatment df dyspepsia. I of the nUlroad Kc^ips will consent to be Gyma^dson, Dr. Delafleld ahd a few ^ sarprised by ihe news of his elevation. knftwn doctors have tried it I Mr. VoorheM is flret vice president of the Reading road, a position which hewill con' roch nndeniably successful results as vince them thai at last a remedy has discovered for this most' exasperating 'ectlbn. The good nature of .mankind be correspondingly Improved in con* uence. tinue to hold so long as the duties of his two positions do qo...

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 — 21 December 1893

THE DEMOCRAT, TliUBgfrAY, DECEMBER 21 , 1893. WW ^OBK fASfflONSi MAT^ 1JEROY DESCRIBES NOVEL COS- TUMES FOR FANCY DRESS BALLS. KM Classical »nd g«mleI»MleaI Oowm Worn—Alleged Tarklah Co«tameft--H«r* .,.' IBM From UiRtorjr—TlM ItMr* Fo* \"L««la •he SomeUUng or Otb*r^ ^ [Copyright, lflBp, by American Press Aasocla- Fancy dress' balls are planned for Very many of the dances of this season, both for grown people and for children. ' It is but five abort years ago that • lovely little lady •f my acquaintance wore an 1880dress that had been laid away in lavender. It had been the \"second day\" dress .of her great- aunt's wedding outfit, and everybody FANCT DRESSES FOR TOtTNQ SIM*. . thought it so delightfully quaint. Now the 18S0 costume is just the thing for ball gowns for this winter.\\ So an authentie 1830 gown will hardly answer for a fancy costume this winter, but perhaps some la- dies can go further back than that in the dim and dusty records o f the past and bring a great-gra...

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 — 21 December 1893

1 mm ilftif HighestofaU in liveningPowcr,~l^at^ ^li.^W^MiiMj. m t:, i(xm„m §ggfe^^»i! Mfiiii Ftr Siile byrl^W^.^Sj^SOI- PEELED WHEAT FLOUR. Recommended by Dr. Everett. GLUTEN FLOUR. Recom- mended by physicians all over the country. WHOLE WHEAT MEAL. CRACKED WHEAT. SEMOLINA. For Breakfast Cakes., FARINA. For Mush, Cakes and Gems. As Well as other Specialties, at the Bay View Roller Mills • LETTERS F«0M I'HE PEOPtEi r IThe editor of TUB DEMOCRAT IS not re- sponsible in any way for what appears unde- tnit-heat and the people are hivlted to ex- press their views on any subject that Is of in- terest to the (icmnil publlc.-^ED.l An explanation., To the Editor or The Democrat: . Last week an article appeared in the Door County Democrat stating that the proprietors thereof had been informed that the hand was actually hoggish, inasmuch as they were monopolizing the entertain- ments given in this city and that not being satisfied with four benefits, they were now giving an opposition Few Y...

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 — 28 December 1893

BRIEF L9CAL NOTES. —Very little ice baa been seen in the lake from the canal during the past week. —An inch or two of snow fell lost night, being just enough to put the roads in good shape again. —M. Teweles & Co. report that but very little farm produce, is being marketed in this city now. —The tug John Leathern is now at Two Rivers, Capt. Tufts having set his first gang of nets on Wednesday. * —Dr. Rehra will dispose of his furniture at auction on Saturday afternoon, the sale being held at Wagener's new block. —The Goodrich steamer Menominee was at the canal on Sunday, a quantity of freight for our local merchants being land- ed. —Thec Ephraim mail did not get in until nearly midnight on Monday, owing to the fact that the driver lost a mail bag off his rig and had to go back after it. -rA number of members of the Y. P. S. C. E. indulged in a sleighride party during Monday afternoon, an enjoyable time be- ing had by the twenty young people who participated. —Ives & Son's fo...

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 — 28 December 1893

CorrBIOHT I883.BV AMtWJCAN P«CSS'ASSOCtAT10l«, •'. /0- ••-•['. [obstumavj . '-.'-y GBLiJPiTSB v n . • •••'••-•• OLD JRZRBEl . • It was a eerious question with me whether I should speak of the startling experience of the evening. At first I de- cided to hold my peace. The excitement would soon pass, and Portia and her hus- band wonld be none the wiser. But I reflected that they might catch a whisper from the tattling negroes and demand the story of the occurrence. Then they would blame me for not hav- ing told them. I decided that it would be better to tell the father and mother at the first opportunity. Breakfast next morning was late. I rose at an early hour, but chose to wait and eat with Portia and the colonel. After they had come down and I had re- ceived a glowing description of the revels of the night before, as quietly and briefly as possible I told of the fright we had re- ceived in the arbor. \"The most awful face I ever saw,\" I was saying when PortiaVglass fell from her...

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 — 28 December 1893

: TtgBT^EMpCIt^ig^ 28, 1803. TWO SPIDERS i S ^ ^ l & y ^ e ^ o n « ?*°i R c t ^ •'«»!• great «ricknMf%e England pi6 crust than did this detentablepnrveyor of New } S ^ S » . ^ ' ' ^ k u t e *,eld , England pie, saul the surgeon. Hut the I :,^^__„ . . govenior would not orxler the biikt-r'Kcmft | LOUISE, MICHEL AGAIN. fa a little dark creek, half a yard from th« - . theRToand, ^ • . :.v-iVr*^.:----- An honest old spider resided - :* j v - 6o pleasant and snug and convenient Hwas • - ^:}v found, •,.'.:.... ...• .-'. ^ --ft-? - .':.-r That his friends came toseeit for many miles \" ••' 'round '-:v^-:: .-.^':.^-'- ' • •\" It seemed for hiapleaOTre^rovided^ j away, for, owin^ to its timely wnrninK ! Of the cares and fatitrue9ahd(4i8treffles of • jh e marauding party of the terrible Kidd She Has View*,' Red. but Sot Roseate, on life, :-^V\"V/: 'K:::-:v.--. had been repulsed, with pva l kws, nnd All Irev»lUn s..i» Problem*, 1J spider va s thoroughly tired | what is more to the...

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 — 28 December 1893

i^n&£d«r||i^ jjarfrfn^feii'^ amouot of apace lo defense of the faot tbat republican postmasters are being- replaced by democrats as Iast as their terms of offloe are 'e^plrtng^^KoooeTfla^ has been done except the officials who are thus retired. The claim, however, that the re- publican leaders of this- county -!Mi^ i\\wiri:. managed such things with a view solely to the accommodation of the people':»t laTrgels enough tbhiakeoyehrt)q«o •mile. ',::'•:':•'--.: ./: :A'-''-^ Twit Milwaukee Journal Is making life mis- erable for the republican politicians tiftbi» state by the way It Is showing up the past: reo- on! of their party. Just now the Journal Is showing up the printing ring which flourished at Madison during the.time the republicans were Id power. Bince the democratic adminis- tration took charge the ring hasn't: been able to carry things with such a high hand and a» a result tho eqst of the state printing has been -lowered by many thousand dollars.' ?|?^ii^$j^f^ :- »t...

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 — 28 December 1893

ae PEMQCKAT^ M ^ 3 B S I A Y DECEMBER 28i 1893. •iV^'LINES tO:MV 'CAT^ S^:? :: Upon my desk my cat recline* ? . In customary grace..- The mellow, yellow lamplights fell Upon her happy face _ •': •'• And throw in ailhonette her lines Upon theaosky.,walli^ * ^^ Her eyes one moment seem quite green— '-. The gentle, vernal hoe (?s Like trees whose bads arebalf unseen Or smilax in the dew, ? Anon they change to gold, like those I saw in years gprie l»y Wherewith a tiger faced his foes Beneath the Bengal sky. Her back is arched but riot from fright- No cruel dog is nigh. Nor is it that my birds tonight About the chamberfly. Her. face is fixed on mine, but yet. She does not purr nor inew. I wonder if e'en cats forget. Like me arid others too? She does not purr nor stir nor go,. She's never blue nor ruffed— . - Because she died five yeurs ago And then was neatly stuffed. -William E. S. Pales. A CRUEL CRISIS. AKDI.EY BARRACK8. MY DEAK WIFE—The strike at Ardley Moor •hows no signs of ending ...

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 — 28 December 1893

©lISEillWWIiINK: ADVENTURES^T^j^.i^W^-i^/^1C^I^^&rK^S1%'\"is^,«-f:lost W&-i bUT^:oi^T«E^RDiiNARy:'• '••* Aii E x c i t i n g liaco vFoi-lai'Whald I n W h i c h t h e Tv«iel» o f ^ i i r « e Natic»n» J o i n — A l - thougl i Caivtiiroil b y t h e Yanke* . I t Wo * * Loat T h r o u g h T r i c k e r y . ' ICopyrjght, I8W, byAmerica n Press Assocl*. :... •• •• .'••.•:••: ..J-ipniV- • : \" • • - . • • . : T h e N o m a d , whak-r, BOO.-torn* burden , w i w b e a t i n g t witjdvvurcl m u l c r easy wail a l o n g t h e e d g e of a n Ice pack , w i t h a n E n g l i s h Hchnoner t o port a n d a Ktissian l » r k t o Ktar'ioanl, tt'hcn, a l m o s t Binml. t»ncon«ly , Jfcikputs o n .the- three.vessel s ' s i g h t e d H d e a d w h a l e a m i d s o m e loose ice. I w u a a l e e p i n g whe n t h e cr y of t h e l o o k o u t a n d « s t a m p i n g of feet brough t m e o u t of m y berth a n d r u s h i n g t o t h e deck . T h e N o m a d w a s pointed t o w a r d t...

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 — 28 December 1893

WOM M MBHOJffi GOO D MANNERS, IN CHILDREN A M A % TER O F CAREFU L T R ^ l N l N G ^ ^ i \"Mother \" Itt Prorerb*, •', N o languag e w a s . ever spoken tha t did no t immortalize 'the' word \" m o t h e r \" In it s proverlw* and legends', \"Mother, moth- er! H e w h o hath her cries for her. H e w h o hath, her n o t misse* her!\" saym th e Venetian. A n d the Bergnmosk sings, • _ [\"Mother, mine, a l w a y s mine, whether 1 If people w o u l d o n l y realize h o w very, i *** * ' c n or poor.\" .The- Hindo o believe** very easy i t i s t o teach, children good, m a n - j * t l , J l l t .» mother's love is best of all. \" and tiers w h e n thfey are little, i t s e e m s t o in e **\"» Neapolitan'says very quaintly, \" W h e n they never w o n l d \"neglect t o atten d t o it. 1 *-ne mother is dead the father grows blind Louisa Aleott's gtartA\"9tother v ' M S h e la Treated I n th e Proverbs of Yarioa Coun- tries - W h y W o m e u S h o u l J Marry—The Children's Bath—Algerno...

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 — 28 December 1893

FcrSale toy l^attifei^ fe Scene fram^EditlrSessions Tttp- YYQhevof^eJsb^^ where the customer may have hi* whisker* I either-sbavied or shot off us the inclination ' takes him, and another, which will pro£ ! ably bo the chief attraction r.f the caiilp i ^ b e t h e theati^ Smm of Refold tiiuef •ti6n-a.sample r:i(jfv^be.v amused their {gr^fatHei^ with a|l the f antiquated properties rind: prlitoitiv^ para- 1 phernalia, incliiditifeltbei candlelobtngbtftl' At tme end of *h(B c«mp Will be an Indian ' village, with real Ifldfans, like those who ! used to beg, buy or steal firewater from the I miners, frequentlygiving hot lead in ex- change. Near at hand a graveyard will be wen, or at least the mounds of a graveyard ! and the headboards covered with qnaint inscriptions. The realism will not be car- ried far enough to include the victims of n A T xtn/-vT*ikTT * »\" l m T n r t t b e \"3ead,y bowie, the chance six shooter C A L I F O R N I A S MINES . a n d t h e « u e ^ n g whisky, and...

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 — 4 January 1894

VOLUME XXI. STURGEON BAY, WI^^fTHURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 180*. NUMBER 14. AN EARLY REMINISCENCE, THE FIRST MOVE TOWARDS BUILDING X ROAD TO STURGEON BAY. Survey of a Road From Here to Bed Riv- er Through an Uninhabited Wilderness- i Camping Out Amongst the Wolves. Many Interesting stories might be written • about the adventures and hardships of the early settlers of this city, and in view of the fact that bur residents are now anx- iously looking forward to the time when a railroad track will first reach the shores of ' oar beautiful bay, a description of the first move that was made towards connecting this place with the outer world by means of a road may be of interest to our readers. At the time of which our story treats this peninsula was almost an unbroken wilder- ', ness, there being only a small settlement where our city is now located. Communi- cation, with the outside .world was carried on in the summer time by small sailing vessels and an occasional steamboat. In . the winter if...

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 — 4 January 1894

COfVRIOHT 1893.0V AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. ' ICONTJNUWVi • '- MAURICE. The morning dawned cheerless and gloomy. A storm was setting in. The dull gray clouds weighed npon the hori- zon even as my dreadful discovery op- pressed my heart. life seemed intolerable. As I sat at breakfast and studied Portia's face—the face of a murderer—it was at times with difficulty that I kept from scream- ing aloud. I did not allow Daphne to go out of my sight, but kept her with me, amusing her in every possible way with toys and story books. I was conscious, too, that Portia was watching me. She evidently possessed half defined suspici6ns,for onceshe asked me in a careless'manner, which was pal- pably assumed, whether I had heard any unusual sounds about the house the night before. I said \"no\" and in return asked the reason of her inquiry. She replied she had slept lightly and would have said that once sbo heard the hall door shut. \"She is sounding ine.'' I reflected and forthwith grew as cunnin...

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 — 4 January 1894

A SHADOW KI8^ * • ' # • • ' • . . - . - — : — ' • -.-. - \". '^ - : - i ' 1 ' - 1 . I waft you a kiss across tBe spaon-- ^ Oh, love,.do you feel it on your face?'•• Does it fill your heart wittt a phantohi blisa To feel the touch of my shadow klsa? 1 waft you a kiss freighted^wi&tove^r'^'- It ft finds you. dear, l i k e S ^ w g e d d o v e , . V I prnv you 6end to me only this—V: A soul caress for m y shadow kiss* ^ - - S t u h M. Best in PhiladeliAia Ledger. BEAD MAN$ It w a s , I think , either i n th e s a m m e r of 1873 or 1874, t h a t I w a s crossing oyer from •St. George's Bridg e t o Kalwall . I h a d been t o a rash a t Bingera, N . S . W. , but , •as i t proved a rank flutter g o t u p b y t h e local storekeepers I quickl y g a v e i t best : '^djmMe_b^k' :by^eJbd|dge)j/in.bopei.o t g e t t i n g a drovin g jo b from t h e g o l f d o w n s o u t h . . . . • , I t w a s h o t weather. Qoeenslanders wil l remembe r tha t s a m m e r , o r a t least certain d a y s of...

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 — 4 January 1894

m^riflj|spAi J. EDWARD fiAKBin,i - Publisber. TKBMB or BtmsOBipnoii: •.•.moo. JO i» ••'- STDlBUl^Oy- BAY, W»8M JAN.\"4. »8M LESS VV0RD3 AND MORE DEEDS. A recent issue of one of the local paper* of this city contained a lengthy article in relation to our business men's association and Its work. ... As the article in question was written by E. 8. Minor, who has been president of the association during the past two years, we riatur- aUy expect t o find a very sanguine view taken of what has been done bjr the asso* elation during that time. Mr. 'Minor's views as to the object of such organiza- tions and .their Value in advancing the in- terests of a community, are sound and can be assented to by every business man who wishes our city to advance in growth and prosperity. What he says of the value of the particular business men's association of which he is president is no doubt rath- er astonishing intelligence to our busineB8 men when they recollect what that body has done during the ...

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 — 4 January 1894

:'^^^O^i^^^0B3&l^§Y9 JAWAftY ^ 1804. fQR PRINTING BLUE BOOKS A CHAPTER FROM THE HISTORY OF THE STATE PRINTING RING. s lit Flourished 'Finely Under Republican •• Administrations — Democratic Stmusi Offl- • d a i s P a t a Stop t o Their S t ^ » . . - W ^ The evolution of th e blue book i n Wis- consin during th e past t w e n t y year s fur- nishes a most disgraceful c h a p t e r o f th e records which treat of the cos t of the state printing. A w a y back i n th e time s when the science of gettin g m o n e y from th e treasury through the m e d i u m of th e state printing contrac t wa s i n it s infancy th e printing of th e blue book w a s looked upon as a n inconsequential item, an d it wife n o t until th e present printing ring go t matters S u n d e r its suprem e control tha t its possi- bilities i n tha t line were mad e apparent. H o w a j o b tha t cos t less than ? 1,000 i n 1878 could be mad e t o yield over *ij,000 nine year s later is a problem that Would puzzl...

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 — 4 January 1894

It W»« Aehi«v»d. arrested for delayiug the United fititw *fr*-s^r!'st '-^ *-. v • • «»»\"»• 0n«? the men bad a full'Xelson living' today and among the greatest who tftr lived ia Dr. Max Muller, who at TO ^fitftj* of age gtill hiislestimself with the work tc which he hftH devoted his long and Ildx»rlou» life, opeuingA to the world the trei«*nrebon8eof undent Brahmanicallit- crature, tranHlating from the ancient San- •crit, the olde^tpfthesacredbooksof India, and preparing for publication those vo- Intnlnoua lectnre*. essays and biatoriea which, though profoundly learned,. he knowa how to make BO delightful. He still nominally holds the chair of comparative fhiloloffy of'Oxford ti'niyersity, though ho resigned its actual dutie* in 1875, and has \\ PKOFRSSnit MAX MUU.fcR. •lnco then devoted himself with renewed vigor to ransacking dusty eastern libraries that were formerly unpenetrable and de- ciphering outlandish ancient manuscripts And inscriptions that were formerly un- ...

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