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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 November 1893

VOL. I. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDA^lVOV.^&, 1S9S*| NO. 44. SPECIAL COLUMN. . Advertli»em«iit» under thU head will be inserted for two cents per line each insertion. One pair of good workinc oxen Enquire of I. UAVKY, Ever- FOR SALE sis years old. green, Wis. Ddesires RESSMAKING— A first-class dressmaker work liy ttu day. Orders left in care of Mrs. F. B. Parkmau. promptly attended to. Address Mrs. A. H. Pinney. Fpower. OR SALE—One second-hand one-horse tread Suitable for any li«ht work. Will sell Cheap. Call on FR1TSCHLKR BROS., Well Sinkers, Sevastopol or Sturgeon Bay. Wis. 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- HAHN. LOCfYL. And now our local blacksmith shops are crowded with horseshoeing. The new contractors of the Green Bay stage route commenced operating the same on Monday last WA...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 November 1893

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H N N E Y & S H E P A K D - Publishers. WILLIS H O L D S OFF. H9 Makes N) Attempt to •Overthrow tho Provisional Hav/alian Government. • Hoxow3i.it, iSov. ll.via.han rrancisco, Cal., Nov. 18.—lint little of a definite nature 1I:IH transpired t^incc advices by the steamer China were scut. Perhaps tho most significant was one of the re- marks of Minister Willis when he pre- sented his credentials on the 7th inst. together with 1be reply of President Dob'. Mr. Willis' remarks were an fol- lows: Mi:.• Pitn«ii»KNT: Mr l.lonnt, the lute en- voy extruonlimiry of tliu Poind State-, to your government, having resigned hK office while absent from his post, Uuivethe honor now to present hh letter of recall and to ex- press fur him his .Mneere regret that he is in iier.Min unahlc to make known his continued good wishes on lie- 'liulf of your people and his grateful appreciation of tin many courte- sies, both personal ami official, cif which -while h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 November 1893

. , , • — . — . • - ' • • • MARINE NE^S V A Chapte r of Minor ^Uishaps. ( The steamer ' Y)lor do found tlic *hooiie 'Olad Tidings hi watcrlo^gi-d' condition off i»jmd HeacU, Lake lluroiX and while getting a line.to tin- ves-i'l \\v X run into .by her. The ColoradoV cabin was smashed and the .(\"dad Tidings bad Her jibboom an d bow- sprit curried away. / ' . , ,. A cracked Moani/bcst detains the stealncr . Jlariska at lMvo)t. u \" - , . . : The whalfbavk steatner, Tbonipsbn- • •.grounded below the St. Clair Flats Canal on Thursday. / -:-•':/' , v In a collisi/in between the' big passenger steamer City of Ietroi u n d i n e Hiinber- laden seho/mer Senator Hlood off* Ciilches-' ter. l.uke/Kne, the M-hooner was cut•into. atnidxhi/ and waterlogged. Th e tug • On-gory towed the Blood oank t o 'Detriiitr Kiver / Her destination -was Tonawanda,/Y t'h/bovju: reports that th e tu g Itlver . vjuyei liu- arrived tbore disabled. S S h e Mr-tick- a reef near Druinmond^s island? Lake Huron, carry...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 November 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the postoMce at Sturgeon Bay, as second class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY F I N N B Y & S H B P A R D , Editors and Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.S0 PER YEAR. »SI'KCIAI, NOTICE. A!) persons addressing communications to the BOOK CotJKTY UEMOCKAT, will please addresa the publishers and not the pate alone. Always addrecs as follows: PINNKY & SHBPARS, Publishers,' Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., NOV. 25, 1893 EDITORIAL. HritlHh Gold. W E -are accustomed to hear a great deal about.British free trade, and the use of British gold to secure free trade in the United Slates. Every democrat one meets, about election time, is just loaded down with British gold. It is a ••terrific argument. We ill know how it appeals to our patriotism, and how we get our backs up, like a fretted por- cupine, at the bare thought of British gold in American politics. Oh, yes, the English capitalist, is smart, and he knows how to stir up our native prejudices a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 November 1893

ADVERTISING I N MEXICO. Th» Natives of That Country Are Far Be- hind Us In Their Ideas. We have been tinder the impression that the land of dark-eyed hidalgoes, •with their wide sombreros and short jackets and gorgeous silver sashes, the land of beautiful women with graceful lace mantillas, swarthy skins and mid- night eyes, was making rapid progress, but this opinion will have t o beever amended, jSays Texas Sittings. / I t is true that the wealthier class have discarded the bright-hued serape and adopted the unpicturesque habili- ments of the gringo. I t is also a fact that in the City of Mexico the names of the streets have been changed from the political, or intensely religious, to nomenclature the most prosaic. Fo r example: \"The Street of the Sad In- dian\" and \"Crown of Thorns street\" are now respectively \"Fourth avenue\" and \"Diaz street.\" These and other changes led us to infer that Mexico was rapidly becom- ing \"gringoized,\" bu t this delusion is knocked endwise b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 November 1893

. 7HAITK R X X V I I I . \"•::. '\"'• .• TIIKCOMi'ACT. As Rachel sot her foot upon tho dread Island of Sakhalin she felt that at last two things were about to come to pass, two things for which she hud suffered so much and traveled so fur. Sho would seo her lather ulie would accomplish her purpose and now it may be Mated what that pur- pose was.. It was revenge revenge on the man Who had wrought such misery ami ruin In her family—the hateful an d hated l'otor Alwcioff. Such a man, so she thought, was but an Outrage on Nature, an excrescence on the earth, and she had resolved that ho should •die. The mode of accomplishing his death ' s h e had not yet thought'of what she did think was, that once she WHS in Sakhalin «omo means and some opportunity would ©resent themselves. And though she was now on the island by the Governor's ex- press command and as his prisoner, sho was not downca.it, not disheartened. Tiia «nd, as it seemed to her, was in view, and thoen d would crown her. work...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 November 1893

A 1 I I K U A H . The turkey h e licth low, all husjbleS c f his pride, The crniilH'rrv with ruddv glow resplendent b y his side! The nsincc-jiio sto.ims (o wake the dead. The elileki-ii-yk is lrown And all about the jolly spread the guests sit gayly down. Now stuff thee full, oh, merry man, of pastry an d of meat. And merry maid ,.seorn not the pan. but plumper gel an d sweet, . And small boy, .eut till thou dost burst. Itiath o dav for thee, ,---». . .. /\"// Wfcen h e is best who gorgeth worst Hurrah for gluttony. • •*//•: — WtrrmTr£uW' , A l l D a y a t t h e D e s k . • Even i n the strongest constitutions th e stock' of vitality is not inexhaustible. All'da y at the desk, without a due modicum of out o f door ex- ercise, is ealeulnted to pum p the inherent \"vigor/ 'cnt ul'ft healthy man or woman with a s m u c h certainly as water is pumped o u t o f n, shirt'* hold by a donkey engine . Application'..to busi-:, ness is praiseworthy, of .course, bu t this m o y / b V overdon...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 November 1893

her IN T H E , COjUNTY. NAMUR. Miss Ella Kirby is tvisfcing will parents this week. Mr. Chas. Monuhan was seen on our streets one day last Week.- Miss Mollie Kennedy was visiting with friends in this vicinity last week- Mrs. J. B. Collar*! ami Mr3- A1(! * Fierre are dangerously *31 at tile present writing. \\ . Mr. and Mrs. Dclwieho, of this town attended the funeral of Mrs. Antoin Henquinnet, of the town of Gardener. A number of our local sports attended the dance given at Alex Pierre's Last Sunday evening. They report \"high times.\" Mr. Ed. Charles returned home last week from Pike, Wis. He reports times -.•wiry dull,wages bring from 815 to $20 a.nionth. CARPENTER. Mrs. John Malmey left here Monday of last week to visit friends and relatives in Green Bay and Oconto where she in- tends to remain for uwindcflnile length «d time. Mike Moore and Ben Whiteside are not going to Pike, Wis. as mentioned in iiwtfc.wceks items which will save the trouble of their best girls looking to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 December 1893

VOL. I. ^TUjfcGrEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DEC. 2, 1803. SPECIAL COLUMN. AUvprtUements under thin' head wilt be • Inserted for tw o cents pe r line' each insertion. I^OR SALE—Otie pair of good worldnj? oxen six years old. Knquire of I. UAVHY, Ever- green. Wis. Ddesires RESSMAKING-A Urst-c-hiss dressmaker work by the day. Oders left in cure of Mrs. F. U. Parkmsin, promptly attended to. Address Mrs. A. H. Pinney. -•.'-'.' I SALE—One second-hand one-horse trend power. Suitable for anv lfcht, work. Will sell cheap. Call on FKITSCHLRR BROS., Well Sinkers, Sevastopol or Stut^eon Bay. Wis. AT COST—I have several pianos und new• style.organs which I will sell at cost to elosi out stock. Also violins, aceordeons, etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 'i\" per cent, by calling on me nt Opera Hall. B. HAHN. j W AJsTKD.—livery body to know that we do every kina of job nrintinfj, neatly, and promptly and at reasonable ratex. Send your orders to this office. Y \\ ' ANTED—Ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 December 1893

DOOR CODNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, W I S . KNNEY&SHEPAED - Publishers. MILWAUKEE MAN HURT. F. H. Devendorf One of the Injured In a Michigan Train Wrsck. GRANDRAPIDS, Mich., Nov. 24.—A bad wreck occurred on the Chicago & West. Michigan Railroad .at a point ten miles west of this city, near the village of Zeland, caused by a broken or 'JiHfi- ranged switch' The baggage car, smok- er and one day coach were turned oyer end rolled down an embankment. Tin* passengers were all more or less in- jured. C. C. Flytui, a traveling sales- man, was seriously h.ivt. • .Following is a complete u s t °f the '\"\" jured, some of whom were badly bruised, but no bones were broken: W.& GUNK, (irand Huiid- ,., G. O. F/.V..VN, traveling iimn:'.-. ,, J. FIUSCIH *,'AMj'in:r.i..(irand Rapid?. ' JAMKS K. Ilc.vr, (irand ftapid*. J (mini SKI /., Olevehmd. •••-•, K.H. r»i vi:.vi\")iir. Milwaukee, A. 11. Wii-xos, Detroit. K.f M'VKIW, li«\\nm. Bid. M. Kiimv. I'lilo. Mich KOOSIER BANKERS INDICTED. _...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 December 1893

NEWS PARAGRAPHS. fell d e a d a t Ex-Oov . J . .1. JACOI. Wheeling , \\V. Va . . H E X U Y 15. XKLSOX wa s killed b y t h e .cars at Bronson, I n d . /.•.' '-,' No m o r e presidential a p p o i n t m e n t s will b e m a d e until after theassbiriblin g ,-sif Congress, ytp^ytyttt&'tii' KitKERT CHIUSTV, of tlie tjniv^riitj ' of Wooster, was killed.i n a f o o t ballv^me :at Wooster, O. • • t 'Z-i:t t'it0t§tt$t£ypyi A uncEivicK is aske d f o ^ * t t t ^ ^ e s * Moine s Club, a swell s o d a l ^ ^ B i M t i O n .at De s Moines , l a . •'•.^r:r^^0p-j0oM&:i J O H N FEXJjracK.-cSB^'f'aff^ri^^^iJ i ithrow-n iro m hi s wagon ribariTfoirOTryj. : III., a n d i a U i l l y b u r ^ ' ' ' ' ^ ^ : ^ ^ j ^ ^ ^ ' • (.VcowiE McLixXi r'dog'y't?airiBir||^ s e n t e n c e d t o t h r e e y e a r s M | n * i f e ^ f o f p e r j u r y a t Vinceuries, Jndtt-ttt'tttSyyiiti AI-IKK cutting a 4 s w a t L in C o i u W b « s | •'.Ind., Col. H . A . Gilbert, alleged c&pijal1-: . jst, disappeared ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 December 1893

DOOR 60UNTy DEMOCRAT. Entered at the postofftce at Sturgeon Hay, at second class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY F I N N E 1 Y & S H E P A R D , Kilitorn anil Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, S1.50 PER YEAR. «JPKCIAT. NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the Doou COU.VTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publioberu and not the paper alone. Always adilre^B as folio WK: PlNNEY & SnEPAllD, PubllHnCrB, Sturgeon Hay, Wis.' STURGEON BAY. WIS., DEC. 2. 1893. EDITORIAL. \"A HEADING Workman\" last week gave the Advocate ane w name to add to its list of \"Skipper,\" \"Democrat from Gibraltar,\"\"Wc Door County People,\" etc. It's no use call Iiim what you will, the^'leopard can't change his spots. ^Thissame \"Reading Workman,\"—and in that capacity we respect him, we are on\" of that class ourselves,—would bet- ter stop his dirty work for other people, and then he may be respected politi- cally. As an evidence of what the tariff can do and is doing to keep up the price of dom...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 December 1893

SUNFLOWER S£ED. HOW TO BUILD DAMS. Suggestions for Farmers Who Wish t o Ctllizo Low Lands. Many persons own low lands which they would like to float for cranber- ries, Ice cutting, irrigation, fish raising, etc., but they don't understand how to build a dam that, will be strong and serviceable. The work is not a difficult one, and if taken hold of properly can be made a genuine and permanent suc- cess. Begin by excavating a trench twelve inches wide and eighteen inches deep where the dam is desired. At either end of this trench drive a stout post as high as the dam is required, and other posts at intervals to support a rail two by four inches. Next nail sawed boards closely together on tbis 1 — SODDED DAM OVElKFLOW. FA.CK. 2 — RACK OB 3 — WIKK NET. rail, with their lower endsVresting on the bottom of the trench and flat against the side of the ditch, thus forming a solid board fence the height of the dam which is to be. Then let the earth be rammed into the trench and more soil bro...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 December 1893

5 § f f W S Z • \" ' CHAPTER XXIX. • ~ §i$*$ffi.'S: *'••• TUB l:KV/I.T $f|l! |=sy|Ui^AIeJ:icfF laughed as he hod often /|^///|»U0i*d before when ho thought that his '// -/4t#nmnc had enabled him to K» a tri- //- W|J$upn but, likoull men of his ntainpatid ::SsiM6*n»psrament, besoeinedto forgot that eun- : //./// hin j could be met with cunnim and that / //SJftrie might be arranged against him that //.///hot all hig cunning, not all lm caution, not •/////alt-hii watchfulness would enable him to •s.-..-v.-'- :'.*yert. But now he chuckled and chuckled i T Fauain, as lie thought of the letter which he ~r--^: had received from bin patron, CountSuvor- •'.// of, wherein the Count said:—\"in {Sakhalin v ---yo have absolute power, A man whobns absolute power should know how to deal .with an insolent Jewess. Humility she V knows not: you must teach it to her. Orati- ^ i tilde she isa.«traugcr to make her nc- •\"K ,qiiainte with it.\" - For, months Alexieff had kept that letter . in his m...

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

CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. s - THERE are 600 varieties of cotton. STEEL sleepers are used in loO miles the .Mexican Itailway. T H E victoria rejikt, was'take n from Guiana to England in ltv.S. T HE voting Earl of Dudley's valuable life is insured for ^,0tit),o(H:. ' T H E French census shows a total of \"!H).0(H iorei^n wijrk people. T H E unclaimed funds in th e English courts amount to *.\" !V_V:2,410 .. PTJ'INCKSS Br.Arr.Hi: is able to play th e most 'difficult music at sifiht. QfKK.v VKTOUIA holieves that articles made by blind jieojde brinj luck. A \"Slio P r e a c h e r . \" Apropos of th e old story: \"Anil now.\" said the preacher, -turning th e liour-plass which in those days was placed upon the led^e before him a s ' a reminder to be merciful, \"w e will have another t lass fotrether'.' James Payn' says \"his metaphor was singularly ap - propriate, for he was suffering from th e intoxication of pulpit eloquence.\" An d this Mr. Payn follows with a story of Robert Half, wh o wa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 December 1893

County BoardProceedinos. 'Annual meeting of the county board of su- pervisors of Door county, Wis., held 1B the court house, In the city of Sturgeon Bay, in said county, on the Tuesday after the second MoBday, belns the Mtb day of Nov. 1893. \" FIRST » AY. Tuesday. Nov. 14. 1893,00 o'clock A M., board met pursuant to law. Meeting called to order by Geo. Nelson. chairman of former board. Roll called by the clerk. Members responded .as follows: Anschutz. Harolumit, Hass'lnC, Bassford, Bowe, Pelfosse, Eatougli, Hanson, Kenny, Koch, Ionhardt Lycke, Minor, Nel- son. Simon, Wt'llcvcr. and'.WlUHi:.' Jlovoi that an informal ballot be taken for cnalrma.'j for the eusuiw year. Motion pre yo»r they are reading '-The School Mastertfn Literature\" and \"Swett'a Methods of Teach- ing.\" • - . •ISSTITDTE. One of the most profitable institutes ever held in this county, wasiielil in August of this year. The conductors w«r« Prof. J. W. Livingston, of Sparta and Supt. C. E. Patzer of Manitowoc. Th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 December 1893

^ ^ ^ f f VOL. I. mlmmmm mm i l l STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, IEC 9, 1803 SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements iiuder this head, will b e tntterted for tw o centtt p e r line • each Insertion. FOR SALE six years old. green, wis . One pair of good working oxen \" \" Enquire of I. BAVRY, Ever- Ddesires RESSMAKING—A flrst-class dressmaker work by the day. Orders left In care of Mrs. F. B. Parkman, promptly attended to. Address Mrs. A. H. Piuney. Fpower. OR SALE—One secondhand one-horso tread Suitable for any Unlit work. Will sell cheap. Call on FRITSCHLER BROS., Well Sinkecs, Sevastopol or Sturgeon Bay. Wis. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accorilcons. etc.\" Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me nt Opera Hall. H HAHN. WANTED.—Everybodyprintingw to kno that we do every Uimi of job , neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rales. Send your orders to this office. : ' f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 December 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. PIHUfEY & SHEPAED - Publishers. ORDERED TO HONOLULU. Th9 Cuttsp Ccrwin Gone to Hawaii on a Se- cret Mission. SAN FnAsi'irsco, Gil., lire . 4 — T h e Unite d .States revenu e cutter Thoma s C'orwin iB u n d e r (-penal order s for a 2,.\")()0 mile trip. Ite r destination is Honolulu without doubt, situ] tdie m a y be expecte d to leave this afternoon o r to-morro w morning. W h e t h e r any portion in diplomatic authority^ 18 r o m i n g h e r e irom Washington t o go to t h e islands o n th e Corwin i s no t . known . I t is fpiite likely, however , tha t a Bpecial messenge r entruste d with recretn of (date will bo tin: cniisHary wh o will occupy on e of th e BtatefooiiiH already set apar t in t h e after abin Th e jgreateHt secrecy ha s bee n maintaine d Bince th e Rpecial' order s ar- rived .Saturday noon. These turne d th e cutte r over to th e State D e p a r t m e n t a n d placed h e r u n d e r waiting orders , l n - •triu:tiot) ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 December 1893

MiiSI0SrE:::NEW8^ • •, STEAMER F.W.WHEELER STRANDS. H o u n d f o r C h i c a g o Site F i n d s B o t t o m f N e a r M i c h i g a n City . MiriiKiA: C I T Y, 1ml., Deo . 4.— d i p t . ii'org N. Trotter, o f th e tetune F. W. W h e e l w . go t bewildere d durins th e drivin g s o u t h e a s t m o w stor m o f Saturday , am i u*a, resul t t ho W h e e l e r ran ashor e three m i l e s (east of M i c h i g a n I'ity d u r i n g .Saturday. ,\"• night . .She i * h o u n d for ClnVago wit h a ear- ' ..go o f 2,1(J0 ton s of eoal. Before arrange- m e n t s c o u l d b e perfected t o jettiso n a por- tion of th e carg o in orde r t o float thc%teani- er tin) w i n d shilie d to northwes t an d a h e a v y sea speedil y drov e her farther int o th e s a n d a n d liugan t o force a bar a r o u n d her. T h i s will render he r release all th e m o r e difficult, particularl y if th e w i n d s s h o u l d c o n t i n u e westerly. Th e crew wer e t a k e n oft by t h e .Michigan City l...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 December 1893

BOOK COUNTY DEMOGRflT. Entered at the poiloMee at Sturgeon Bag, at second clae* matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY F I N N E Y '&• S H E P A R D , Editor* and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 41^50 PBR YEAH. HVVAAAl. NOTICE. AH persons addressing-.communications to the DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, vfiU pleaso address the publishers and not tho paper alone. Always address as follows: FINNEY & SHEPARD, Publishers. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS. DEC. 0. 1893. CONGUESS met in session last Monday. EDITORIAL. regular annual AND HOW comes President-Adams and testifies to the groat physical, intellectu- al, and moral benefits to be derived from foot-ball. Let us hear next from the fellow who got his neek broken the other day. T HE new tariff law has been given to the public and now comes the croak of the bird of evil omen. Not one in ten will ever read it, but that makes no differencej it is a democratic measure, and bad anyway. T H E DOOK COUNTY DEMOOKAT steals no articles and publishes t...

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