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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 9 March 1893

Rj^^^^^^^iiiSTC^iStiiS^SS^li ^^ftlffiiwwiiliii wiiiMi ^^||j|i|^ 3»i ! i^|:Sc|iis^|' tilt! '0^K&t^^§& ffM-sffi i ^ ^ : : t ^ w . R ^ ^ ? : H r o p # t ^ ' f^A-iarge assbrimbnt of tui^ Smohed Bleat* at thecbQiwstquaUl^ alwu ^ ionniana^lo-^-':-^^,,-- ^-'-^,^-'^-:,^^:-: ''-' : v -:v^ -' Givbmba^auV I J A C O ^ R O L t ^ - t ' : ^ Sturgeon Bay, Wis. In bis new block, is nbw ready to cater , • to the public/ I am going to Bny and Sell for Casfc and shall therefore make you BOCK BOTTOM PRICES 1 FARMERS, bring in your BUTTER and EGGS, or any-d thing in the Provision line, Stroh'a Brick Block. REMEMBER THE PLAGE. WM. A . DRUMB , PHOTOGRAPHE R STURGEON BAY, WIS. My Studio is now located in M E . Lawrence's •new briok block. \" QUALITY, HOT QUANTITY. MY AIM.day Bay View Roller Mills /YT V r P WH Are Still UHJ, YC,0l It! OUR SPECIALTIES: t Cu Grinding. The best Straight and Patent Flour in the Market. Highest market rate for Grain and Cedar Shingle Bolts\". Whiteside, Thorkildson &...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 9 March 1893

••• :^Baxk^ renegades as he peered around the cor- n ^ o f i h ^ covered a female seated at the foot of a '[ tree ?hQt::'^far '^$^^^^bii0^$:^: ward him and her head was held down, and he c o ^ ^ yras ^ u n g pr p ^ MI «ty, ^ one of, the(men i n a brutal#^ l o o t s ^ i f t f c i ^ ^ of the- cave and^gpld^eis^ $hey come BOdirectly fet^ spot^' • y \"How many did•-i^'Vw»nn^- MiIre^ another.: ^ • v'-^-: ::v^i -^'::-'v: \"Three wagons^ and ten or: tweiye men,\" replied the oth.er. «^I didn'tdare go too clus, yon knbwiM ' ' 'To strong for us tb wipe out^ eh??: queried one of the ineh who yras lying down.-' \\:',./'-''--r'----y:,.,y./':i/-:\\\\.::':'\\ * \"But they've got to go somehow *': growled the man who had first spoken \"We haven't come this fur and taken all these chances to tescoope out of that gold. With the redskins on the one side and these fobb on the othifr we dasn't show hand or head.\" / ^ \"Whar's all yer ^brains, Bob?\" asked one of the men with a laugh. \"Give ussomeh...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 9 March 1893

'm^mm^^^mmm. » S | g i » j ^ s ^ g a g * c w « « g g g * B w g K g » » » ^ ^ a | s g s g ^ i Democrat. 9mmmmmm0& mmm mmm. levrwi-ase \"The songs ofjnature never cense.*? :Pew»,« lSilI|lillilII*: lffl%way itst I^Knjonthis, for/Jhe\"\"iM'' '.^n^:awS^ 34,^^ llj^SAnd^^ad--just --'receiye^-'itis^schatr^ : ifH^^as^piftgtp see\" lifer now faowCTer^aM l^ftheY walked V up^acrogs ^Judged Bagiey'a ^ffamj his? heart beat ynIdly with vhappy ah- 2^ctpatiohH/ for inaniqinetitmore hewould: Jibldito his Iweast the woftiah hie loved. S Hehad reachedthe how^ Md wasin ihe act of setting his foot on the veranda when y he WOK arrested by a peal of laughter. He : knew well whose iaughter it was, for it had thrilled him\" a hundred times before. He glanced around, and through an open win- ydo^ he saw Laura. But she was not alone. -She stood clasped in the arms of another ^Jrfan, her head resting gently, lovingly on '•^s shoulder. Lerri was astonished—hardly abte to credit his eyes, his blood f...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 9 March 1893

_ _ _ _ InHI Watch Cases, made by the Keystone Watch Case Com. pany, Philadelphia. It pro- tects theWatehftom pocket, and prevents it from dropping. Can only be had for this bow (ring), through :OWa^fr:de0ere p l ^ t , ^ s ^ ^ t o m a k ^ ^ ' § PHYSICIAN. Graduate of Victor!*/University, & n ^ a . Office and residence in Stroh Block,Sturgeon Bay, Wis- Telephone communication TTAHNEMAlOSr SANITABIUM, Drs. REHM & KAISER, Proprietors. Specialties: Diabetes* ^ » ^ £ * ? „ ? m * r y Diseases, andJFemale Diseases of oil Kind*. v : All other diseases treated and s u ^ ^ o g 6 rations carefully pe^ormedv . Accomnioda- tions for patients, until our own buildings will be erected, at Fopestvitle House, SAWYER. (BAY VIEW). WIS. ATTORNEYS. T% P.CODY, • • A t t o r n e y a t L a w , STUROBON BAY, Collections a Specialty ants' Exchange Bank. - wis . Office over Merch- sr MIJDZIITJSMY. Mrs. M. A. SCHUYLER, PALL AND WINTER • Also Materials for Art Embroidery. Cedar Street, STURGEON BAY MR...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 16 March 1893

' ••::•- •_•':i--\" ••••--••'. -•:r'.f::iJ:-^--%^^y \"\"'^&^.J&^i!M>!Xm ••*-\"Am%mM ^^^s^^^^s^^^^^ww^^ :NUfiBERim ^^^^^^^p^^il^i?MwR^|Pp|^iii^ ftK. , l^illlliliill #•A A tftnre' H*sortmV*nfc tit 5JRrw*y'- *«i( ^tr\\jg&ii'fi.j:i: mmmmmimmmm-'mm -:m^ Give m« a call. JACOB HOLL^: Sturgeon Bay, Wis J r Hayingr opened a First Glass In bis new block. Is now ready to cater to the public. I am going to Bny and Sell for Case and shall therefore make you ROCK BOTTOM PRICES ! FARMERS, bring in your BUTTER and EGGS, or any- thing in the Provision line. Stroh's Brick Block. REMEMBER THE PLACE. WM. A. DRUMB, PHOTOGRAPHER STURGEON BAY, WIS. My Studio is now located inM. E. Lawrence's new brick block. - k QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY, MY AIM. Bay View Roller Mills OH, YES,In«? s t m OXJR SPECIALTIES: Custorri Exchange and Feed Grinding. The best.Straight and Patent Flour in the Market. Highest market rate for Grain and Cedar Shingle Bolts. Whiteside, Thorldldsoii & Shaw, S A W Y ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 16 March 1893

•5 b p f t p ^ w o r p t « t the c ^ tint toldit jturt as he bad received it and suggested that in case tn^conteists cduia be found • 0P«lCilT. «SBt Br AMERICA* PRESS CHAPTER XVL 2%e ^ ^ » wn^ '\"••' :'! $\"©$ $ # & : \\ \\:0 v^^-y ^i W^for The captain^/wais himself f'M^giiiStd5jogqtl the o ^ r side ^6fipp cainp* &bd Jbte/fjpfcfc8 ly camei/pp toofinft. sion:meant.-:v' //'H/-^ \"This girl wsnfferingf^ rest,\" said i Harfcihs^'apd must be jafe tended to first Then you shall Jw|» the story.\" :^-z~:'^&-% He quietly awoke Bess, made a brief? explanation, and after Lizzie had been provided with food the two girls sought the wagon and /Harkins satJown /vvith the captain and Joe to tell ids stbry. While certain in his owni mind that Taylor had fired upon him, there was no proof. Neither of his listeners doubted that assassination had been intended,, hut unless Taylor broke down sid con- jessed it what could they do? Moral certainty is not proof. s \"And what makes the thi...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 16 March 1893

'£ $M^-Jfe&^^ Kl*ilArjOttM is^^ l^'^^a^'trie^ 'fiX^iUoM^eeS jwr^ - • X -l^SMakesievie^ 5':'c^Sft'.:£ban^ 'ft X D S ^ n g l e ^ e : blue .wifl* 'toeatt^XXX^XX-X ^\"^e look} andbreathe tllo feree^ wist : . ' '• , Tluit all inajr do tiieir dut£.':-' ^ • : X • :i' 5\" '.\"\"'•'-'•: • • vV-—BostonTranscript.: !'aiN AGCTIESE^HOUSE. Xv. Tlie Vicbmte.:. do -B-^-—-, an \"amiable arid cliarrnirig .'ypuiJ5\" inan .w^' .^^eJ^Uy^:n joying aii income of•': 30,000 livres yearly, wJhen nnfortxinateljf ior Mm hi s uncle, a miser of the worst species, died, leaving fciia all Ms wealth amounting to ^,000,000. In rnnning through t^ •BiiccessioiQ, the Vicornte de B——• learned that he was the proprietor of ahous* ini the • Rue de la yictoirie. He learned also that the unfurnished. bMlding, hought i n 1849 for 300,000 franesv nowbrought iny clear of taxes, rentals amounting to 82,000 francs a .year. •• . '•''.'•''.:'•:' .' :'- \"Too much, too much entirely,\" thought the generous vicomte. \"My uncl...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 16 March 1893

JOHN L E A T H B M Askycui^eweier forpainphlet Keystone Watch Gaie Co* •\"••••• P h M e l p ^ i PHYSICIAN. Graduate of Victoria Unirerrity, Canadav Office and residence in Stroh Block, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Telephone cbmmuoibation. TTAHNEMANN SANITABIUM, n Drs. REHM & KAISER, Proprietors. Specialties: Diabetes, Cancer, Pulmonary Diseases, and Female Diseases ofall Kinds. » Another diseases treated and surgical one- rations carefully performed. KAccommodaj tions for patients, until our own buildings will be erected, at Forestville HOuse, SAWYEK, (BAY VIEW}. WIS. R ATTORNEYS. p. CODY, A t t o r n e y a t L a w , STURGEON BAT, - Collections a Specialty, ants' Exchange Bank. .••-- . wis . -:. •,-. Office over Merch- jrjirjJTJBJBY. Mrs. M. A. SCHUYLER, FALL AND lineryWINTER Also Materials for Art Embroidery. Cedar Street, STURGEON BAY MRS. L. D . MOWKY, Fashionable Millinery. Latest Styles in Bats, Ribbons, Mowers, zadFeathers. ' .. v • . Ladies are invited to call and examine my ffood...

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 — 16 March 1893

SlIKi^^^^ Wmm^'Sm. s^i^^i^i^i^^m^^pi^^^^^^S 'NUMiEiHii [CONTINUED.] Ijpltt ggngte litis ..The stone /ett to fcfie earth.. \"Were w e awak e or asleep?\" asked Joe, as he rubbed his eyes. \"Very-wid e awake,\" answered th e captain. \"And wa s it a procession, and did w e hear music?\" asked Harkins. \"Yes. I sa w and heard th e same thing once in the Rocky moan tains, and once again in an Old ruin in Arizona, 1 have me t several me n who have also seen and heard.\" ' '.-*- \"There is no opening in the cliff,\" said Joe as he held the torch aloft \"not a crevice where they canie out—not a hole where they., went in. W e have been fooled by the darkness.\" \"You and Harkins return to the wagon for crawbafs r and wi.ii you are gone 1 will collect wood an d build a tire to work by,\" answered the captain. His seeming confidence inspired them, and without waiting for a closer inspec- tion of the cliff they eaded dow n th e canyon for the tools Upon reaching the wagons all was quiet, and 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 — 16 March 1893

mm llsllilllllllllft !£ff'« -•%, -..v.v- ^Mifr Wss^*^-^w»s*»^js^» sy.-,s*»ss»^» Ss3o36m1i^ ^ €iiSN&tfet$t>i - ^ O T wiU aottotma bny? Oh, thank*. L from hl« ^eWmheTOflet^iwbinn. * « t k g points, and * new 1M£» ~\" tq Sir Arthur the •econd tilt AdvMc^gorer-the^^ra Lombardy, in northern Italy, one beautiful autumn 'day early in the 18th century inightha^beOT6baeiredtw& ^ B o ^ w ^ d ^ the period, their shining jaccoutermenta flashing like the fire of diamonds as they caught and reflected the sparkling rays of the midflipi^^ Their heels bore the golden spu^^ ing their knightly rank, while their horaas, which were of the famous breed of Flan- dera, were capariMned^ lik» ^ ready for thtlra^ -:^ The elder, Who was listentog^ his to panionVcoversation appear^ ^wherefcawe^ ' deep gray eyes, itet under a n^rmSand ivebrow, impressed onewith asenseof their owner's power and steadfastness, while the well cut aquiline nose and curly auburn beard added a further air o...

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 — 23 March 1893

Per Year m?0nM iBiiiliiiii STURGEO N B A y , t ^ NUMB^gSi ^fSI^^^LAWH^ K^A-- large assortment•: or' . l*M*»\"-*^* \"*^ Hrnoked Meat* of t,hochoiCB8tnua«ty «imiy^ ^ii mind•.'•• • -• •T:-.' .:-?-^^J:': , ^?:' o../-. o-• -.• Fresh, Salt and Smoked lea&ifljto 8AU8AQES and POULTRY. J3ESL Give me a call. JACOB NOLL. Sturgeon Bay, wis. l E S T R O H r Having Opened a First Class GRCERY# In his new block, is now ready to cater to the public. I am going to Uny and Sell for Ca8H and shall therefore make you BOCK BOTTOM PRICES ! FARMERS, bring in your BUTTER and EGGS, or any- thing in the Provision line. Strbh's Brick Block. REMEMBER THE PLACE. WM. A. DRUMB, PHOTOGRAPHER STUBGEON BAY, WIS. My Studio is now located in M. E. Lawrence's new brick block. QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY MY AIM.of Bay View Roller Mills •OH, YES,^^Sff\" OUR SPECIALTIES: Custom Exchange and Feed Grinding. ' - \" The best Straight and Patent Flour in the Market. Highest market rate for Grain and Cedar Shingle, Bolts. Whit...

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 — 23 March 1893

CHAPTER xvra. \"So t/ott^e g o f ^ ^ The next t ^ e days w strangeve^^fei -::v Tji!& party which set lout from the:^jg0^ ^aii3''to..:htuit\\''f6 the canyon wer e certain that th e dne near which the renegades had encamped was the place 'they^ wer ^ looking for. Taylor and one o f th e renegades pros- pected down th e valley an d found a canyon which | Taylor wa s sureCoi*- tained the Scare' an d its treasure. \"•• j Both parties were working in the dark, but the wagonme h had the advantage They knew the renegades for wha t they were, and. also discovered that Taylor had joined them. Some of the me n were for attacking them and wiping ou t th e whole five to revenge the murder of the emigrant and his .wife* bu t this the cap- tain would not approve H e would lose a m a n o r tw o at least, even if he wofi a great victory, and he did not forget that the Indians migh t m a k e their presence known at any mpmeht. \\, At the second visit paid the canyon above the renegades the wagonm...

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 — 23 March 1893

iplillil LILIAN. i|p|$?ttmii«tia^ Jrtifc:W$^'rYheB'n^^^ !s§^£:iob1dn£ttw^ s vThbro a«My/tc^ tsi' So Ifcnocent^ajttb^risoe^^ From beneath her g^htei^ w t o p l e ^ y ^la*^rig^Ui black beaded ^^iiv v Till the %htiDg^ragliter dJmjjie Ii . The teaby ^ -xVxH^'y -Tfeett'itw'^^'-islMS': \"^\"^TvV\"*:\".^-\"-'^?\" - V-.rJ-T • '.'••' Prayl&e^'weepi Maytalfomf\"?%: ^' - ^ : . : ^^Gayety^ ' •• Wcajrteth roei May I M ^ : i - TJironj hniy:'-veryheart ittfflIeA : 3 : - When fromcrfnispn threatled llp^ Silver trebled laughter trilieth, Pray thee Praying all 1 can, If prayers will not hush thee, :v, Airy WHan^ ,-/.. Like a rose leaf I will crush thee. Fairy Lilian. , — A l f r e d Tehnysoiu M UNAVAILING MGK. \"But, m y clear gr^hdsdn,\" said old Roger Loomis from the couch by-\".''.the•*window protect his very and only own l Yet what would be disinherit or. restrict.Jbhe inheri- tance of the last of his race. He wa s en- titled by birth and character to take it, and take it he should. But ...

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 — 23 March 1893

$$tmm&$k.r^1 pocket The ttief | g«t» the watch, leav- f - endanitW^pMl* bow to the pendaat, so that it caoQot^b* pulled ^rt^tedioife PHILADELPHIA. A m PHYSICIAN. : 3raduateV:$S^^ .Office aid TOTid©^ Bay, JWifo^Sjii^^ ijM •'8peciaUte»rJ\"PWt^^ Altother diseases treatedland: sui^icaKbpe-t rations carefalljrffjwrtor^edyAcooniinoaa- tions for patiente, until our own buildings will be erected, -at Foreatville House \\ W #:\"/: , R. ATTORNEYS. P. CODY^M.C^V• , • A. \" -^ V-^S Collections a Specuvll^ ants'Exchange-Bank, : ^ MIZIJXNJBRY. Mrs . M. M SGHllPi • ^§^&g|p^Mi **ON BAY, WIS., MARCH 88. 1893. Also Materials for , v^v: Arf, Embroidery. Cedar Street, STURGEON BAY MBS. L. I MOIVRY, Fashionable ^ H n ^ ', Latest Styles in Hats, BUibona, Slower*, .andJPsaffter*.- .. . ::.^:. : - r .'.':-:•:. :\\v-y '-. Ladies are invited to call arid examine my sroods which contain the mostrecent novelties Kooms in Laplant's Block, STUKGEON BAY. JACO B I^Ol^Tl., ——DEALEBIN—-s-\\- . BiiliBery...

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 — 30 March 1893

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f i iP^i^^ii^^^gg^^iii^^^^^si HE STRUCK A SOFT SNAP. Reiehel, an d Leaves Him Without ^ p - ^ h ^ 6 i i ^ ThousandJolb f i r e ^ t h * fc! eeirsLb«a|:: fiMi^ ^-^ r?/' £ ® j ^ i c i t ^ u a ^ i^atea^'f^\"^©^ Oitfy w a ^ ' the ittoetiBg^ Before p ^ e e d i n g t o a n in f o m a l t ^ i o t f o ^ W resolution/'was\" p a » ^ - r w i u i r i nominee l o r t h a t office to pl^gfe himself not t o i retirefro m the field i n favor of •Ome other c a n d i d a j t e ^ then takeri,Looi8 Reiehel receivrag 19 votes * John Leathern 17, R F . 3od 8, F. Mullen 8. an d 8scattering. .A formalbaliot was then taiten, John Leathern receiving 28 vi)tesand Louis R e i e h e l ^ , Mr. Leathem, having received -'a* majority of the votes cast was declared the nominee of the con- vention. I t having been stated by some Of Mr Leatbem's friends who were present that he would not consent to become a can- didate, C M . Whiteside was appointed to apprise Mr. Leathem of the fact that be had b...

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 — 30 March 1893

call and a little attention at the opera .' or $ a f i $ ^ ^ -jority^ft^^ •'' pOTticujto^ the Otk^^ ' # u £ i ^ ^ e^erises cSOTse^ an expensjy© ^^e^^i^h^rer^^ ^ ^ \"thereare fjsw&t ^i^^lM^v^ are out of it.: i^opfe ^ gjad to g^:ii&:t&f& of various lrirj^^ ^ question of an ' - ^ i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ m ^ ^ x : there a f e ^ m ^ ore obhgeiperforce' to live ecpriom* i(^ly that they o p n ^ themselves, and cpnsequenljy^ ther^r is no standard of high expenditure amongtheiri. ! : --.^v: -.'•'', * \"Ccmtrary to the accepted idea, the majority of inen you meet ahbiitlive exceedingly frugal and simple lives, and it would surprise many a, hard- workihg clerk, who thinks that 'swells' must necessarily be rich^ if he saw the small economies, with which most Of usare familiar. \"--New York Tribune. v SftSP On tlie Wrong Street. A couple of professional Irish mourners were .hired to follow the corpse. They were instructed to look neither to the left nor to the right, and not to raise t...

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 — 30 March 1893

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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 — 30 March 1893

^ssms^m^ssi^m^ l^Mm^^^^mS^M t bonse tpeatakwveeamongits a i ^ ^ :•... % Sf.'sfHS\".' tatives before leaving m^^Me^$^etPet:) for the storage of their Ttae£ wfUalao Improve the dockage facilities lb tbe m r of the storeas they Intendtodo avMg shipping and importing tontines* Both of tbe Messrs. Lyons are from Door county and are •ery well acquainted throughout that farming IPNiplSan^ their business. It will open up a new and •Madden's parents. '\"\"\"\"\"*\"' \"'•\"\"•\"-'• \" \" ^ i ^ B l i i t ^ ^ l i ^ Mr and Mrs. A. G. Warren, of your city. •toted relatives here the fore part of the [near market for Door county farmers. sTim&BdN•BAr.Twis. MABOHSO. ma. power bat two weeks says a Washington dispatch to the Baltimore Son, and already it baa saved the tax payers of the* country at least *200,000^per annum by dispensing with useless offices. Secretary Morton^ ponsible for about half of this amount. The order catting down the force in the bureau of animal industry applies mostly wh...

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 — 6 April 1893

iiiiGSijiiii^ :NllMBBR[i| — SWSffliiilii i ig|-^^ S»n*tk*d Mentm » the cboictMt .»«iUit ».*» Fresi, Salt and Smoked Give me a call. JiMSOBJlOtl^t Sturgeon Say, Wis. ^. ^:^Haviin^ In bis new block, ite now- ready to cater to the public. I am going to Bny aud Sell for Cash and shall therefore make jon BOOK BOTTOM PRICES I FARMERS, bring in your BUTTER and EGGS or any-SylvesteBoard thing in the Prooisionline. Stroh's Brick Block. REMEMBER THE PLACE. JAMES R. MANN, Dealer in Canned Goods, Fruits, Vegetables and Confectionery, Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery and Tinware. Also a targe variety of articles Tor the little :. oses. We have in oonneotion with this establish- neat a First-class Where ean be bad at all times a good meal or lunch, .. ^ M f l ^ l f l l : and lev Cnani in Season, •/ji&w&<3ak * * ^ P ^ notice. Fine Teas a Specialty. Sign or Revolving Light. MASSB BLOCK, - STURGEON BAY. -\"•Us not the clothes which make the man, but they help.\" = HENRY .'.ERDMANN, T...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 April 1893

& the deadr exclaimed Joev who was nearest the opening as the stone fell ou t cave and drove the three men down the • canyou * distance«bf a htindred f eet and kept them sneezing and coughing for a quartet of an hour. Daring this tfmC 'the captain prepared a couple of torches, and by and by they advanced to find the odor no longer perceptible. The cap- tain pushed his torch into the dark opening for a look at the interior of the '\\ ca^i .*!^- ^ -•' antl saidt:- : \" XX§iX:^XXXM'0B:XMiM M^e i have gp^ wifl 1» ^ m e o J s a ^ The cave is h e a j ^ ^ w ^ . .dead.*:: : ^ # f MP^rtwg0-mm::: The others looted in to ^d th^ h^s words ^ ^ sixteen or eigirfeehjjeel square «^te or twelve feet ^ig^^dVit^^aSi^dl^^ packed with a grayish inass^ T^^ms»f was thejshriyeledand ni*mnufied b ^ of the lost race-^dead men, wonie^ and children who :fc^7,biB^'\"\\'Md aw^9^' perhaps two or three centuries* \"Well, we havehad pur laborfibrbur pains,\" said HarkinsM he stepped back \"And we don't wan...

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