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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 January 1894

THE GREAT HESPE TALE OF A BIG UIAJIO.Mi. How a n Immense Gem Wa s Lost, Recovered, an d Lost Aaaln. CHAPTER T ^-^COKTIXUED. When night came, he said t o me, after we ha d separated from the ' rest,— \"This is no time for sleep. Thome we must watch through the night, wheth- er you like it or not, if, it is only for Miss Laseelles' sake.\" I readily agreed t o this, an for a n hour we walked on a part of the lawn from which I could see Edith's win- dow. Then the rain, which ha d been drizzling for some time, fell heavily, and forced us to go in. We changed ou r boots for slippers, an d together in my room, I with \"a book, he 'with his chin in his hands, his face hideous with the light of the lamp on •his protruding eyes. Heaven knows, I was not wanting in love for Edith, or solicitude for her welfare, and yet I could no t keep awake. It must be remembered that I had had no sleep theprecedingnight, and that I did believe m Edith's hal- lucination, an d therefore saw no actual danger m...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 January 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEM06RflTj o ^^f\"^ t o m a d f a ^ t Mend at m pMomce at .sturgeon itay. «»i l ° H , , r l c .V and other towns near by. H e second class matter. VUmASBEO WEEKI.V Bl' 'PINN.EY & 8 H E P A R D 1 Editors unci 1'roprletorH. SUBSCRIPTION PRldE, $1.50 PER YEAR. SIMiCIAI. NOT1CK. AH persons addrcsMbg communications to the Dooit COUNTY DEMOCHAT, will please addresstho publishers nnrt not the paper alone. Always midress as follows: PINJJEV & SIWPAHU, PublishfifKWis. . STUKGEOX BAY. WIS., JAN. 18. 1894 EDITORIAL. T H E Republican party has lost it s sense, it talks wild, it is mad. It looks as though the gods has marked it fo r destruction. A s w e understand it, the prime re- quisites for memberships in the A . P. A . arc self admiration, intolerance, and zeal, with no uncomfortable burden of honesty, conscience o r sense. Th e front seats are reserved. Foil the first time in more than seven- ty-five years. N e w York i-i entirely free from debt. S o says (Jnv. Flowe...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 January 1894

SPECIAL FARMING. HAULING CORN FODDER. _A Number of Devices Calculated to Lighten the STork. In answer to a number of inquiries as.to the best means of hauling' corn iodder, several devices are illustrated by the Orange Judd Farmer, by which -the loading1 and unloading \" is made easier. Part of them have been pub-\" lished before, but for the benefit of new readers and others who have for- gotten how to construct them they are again presented. Fip. 8 explains itself. It consists of an ordinary hay rack -with, a post and lever which works upon a pivot arranged upon \\the. back part A strong rope is tied about the •shock and the hook upon the chain a t the upper end of the lever placed under it. The shock is then lifted upon the rack by this means. Leave the rope Some ThftjjB JVfSicJi\"th«uAveraj»o Affrt- i culturist Should Consider. ! One of-tlie most serious obieetions to i special farming is the ditUculty in j maintaining the-fertility without either j purchasing foods-or fertili...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 January 1894

FIRE AT THE FAIR. I S P O R T I N G N O T E S . -Exposition Building's Licked Up 'by' a Great Conflagration.- i .t CHICAGO, 111,, J a n . l\\—Fire last night raged for He vera) hoursiimon g th e build- ing s o n t h e W o r d ' s Fai r grounds . Th e J flames originated i n th e casino build- | iias. T h e lire crept.ove r t h e peristyle, j P r o t e c t e d b y t h e shell of stuii it ad - vance d to th e limbic hall,'an d in l e s s t h n u tw o h o u r s iroin th e time it quiv- e r e d i a t h e pile of rubbish th e fire wa s in lull possession of th e beautiful build- ing. T h e e d d y i n g wind caught th e jjpar&B a n d . blazing timber s a n d hurled ttitwai against th e manufactures build- ing . T u e huge Htrtutnre shoo k t h e m off a n d t h e y d r o p p e d into th e valley formed !»y t h e tw o roofs. Fo r a n h o u r thou- s a n d s of people hope d against h o p e us t h e y sa w th e largest building in th e worl d untouche d by th e fiery shower . Fo r a n ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 January 1894

BOX CAR MERCHANTS . Arrested for Selling F r a u d u l e n t Grocer* tes. Several bo x car merchants, whose head-? quarters are said to 'he at Chicago, have been, arreted a t West\" Salem, Wis , for selling a cheap mixture of alum and soda under th e pretense that it was Royal Baking Powder. Similar^operations have been heard of in other sections of the country, and two men recently arrested at Canton\", N. Y., for th e am offense,, liave4»een convicted aud sen- tenced to th e lull penalty provided by the law. , ' , , ' • • \" The usual method of parties engaged in this business is to obtain orders from farm- ers for all kinds of groceries at prices con- siderably below those charged for th e same poods by th e local dealers, and then to de- liver bogus articles. Tempted by the prices, th e farmers order largely various articles, perhaps a whole winter's supply. These orders are pu t u p at Chicago pud de- livered a t different towns by th e carload. Almost every person to be serve...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 January 1894

BtOBNT'S MISSION TO HAWAII. \" Had The Vresiaent a Right to Send Him. The ridiculously extravagantattempt to censure the'.-President, and even to hint at his impeachment, for presumiup to send a commissioner to Hawaii, \"without the advice and consent of the Senate,\" as well as the attitude of the HatTisonS administration toward the filibustering schemes set on foot in Honolulu, are well set out in the follow- ing instructive reminiscence from the New York Evening Post. \"In 1852 President Fillmore, acting under the advice of Daniel Webster, his secretary of state, sent Commodore Perry sis ambassador to Japan without the advice and consent of the senate. In 1861 President Lincoln sent Thurlow Weed and Archbishop Hughes as special agents to several courts of Europe to promote, friendly feeling towards the Union and to counteract the-influence of rebel ageuts there, without the advice and consent of the senate. These two agents entered into personal consulta- tion with the ministries...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 January 1894

SPECIAL COLUMN.* ^000 Advertisements under this head will lite inserted for tw o cents per. line Oitrli insertion. ~\"~ One second-hand one-horse trend power. Suitable for nr.y \\ivht work. Will I- TOK SALE power . S sell cheap. Cull on WellSinUe ,4 T COST- . Se\\ FRITSCHlrfER '--BROS,, ol or Sturgeon Bay. Wis have .several pianos aofl tiw : strle onrHiis which Iw-iilsellat cost toclo.se out stock. AlhO violins, aecouleons, etc.- Any- one In need of such instruments will save.-at least i% P'-'i' ecnt. by cal'iint? oh me »t--OpW(i- Hail. 14. HAHNi -«Tl/- to know thjitwdcto W every lciuu or' job nrintinsr, neat&aiia promptly and tit reasonable ratos. -Send'you? orders to this ol'llcv. - \" •'. •'•.::::.•,•:','^^W'i. Job Printin.!.! Kvcrvbcdytokn6winatta£1»es ' ^oorcbuntjst$j{O at this office. Sendyoufcprdcrs: ' M 7 ANTED- .. ^ . .:.... .......,....... Yv and cheapest place, i n Boorcduntjrt^ t v,l? SALK.—SKXi, cash, buysa-tirafeolaSStwb ' boiler and Cnphe toiaplcto to run to f...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 January 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . HKNEY&SHEPARD - Publishers. NEWS PARAGRAPHS. DIED LIKE CUSTER'S PARTY. .Capt. Wilson's Command Slaughtered Dy Matabeles After a Desperate Fight. CAI-E Tows, Jan. 13.—Details of the massacre of dipt. Wilson's party by the Matabeles were received here to-day. The. news from Buluwayo shows that Capt. Wilson and his? inen made a des- perate resistance and died gallantly, fighting to the last. Natives who ar- rived there in order to surrender their arms and make terms with the British commander admit that they were pres- ent when the Wilson detachment was destroyed. Capt. Wilson, who was in pursuit of King Lobe ngula, suddenly came upon a vtrong detachment of Matabeles, head- ed by the King himself. The latter was able to mount a horse and fly before the British advance. But when the infor- mation was conveyed to the King that the Wilson parly was few in number. Borne reports placing the detachment as only 40 British troopers and 100 or bo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 January 1894

§ HTth^ H I ? Q P 1 7 U J Hoenk'shaU-utteredslmne:\"Cramped moment I heard ths kev turn In th a I I Li 1 1 1 A I I J M I I J J U S m a. coihn, and the clods falling—fall- door, ami I knew t h a t the murderer TALE 9F A MG DIAMOND. How an !-mmsnse Com Was Lost. Recovered and Lost Acain, CHAPTER X.-CoNTisuED. Inn springing forward, I fell short of aim, it would he all over- with me, My force expanded in the . spring, he would have me a t his merciy, and a -short death was tlie only kind of mercy I had'to expect. A^ain, what feeble, light-there was mint fall upon nie^ as I faced it,—an advantage for iiim', a terrible peril for me. I resolved to back toward the wall at the upper end of the room, and, guided still by the ticking of mylong watch, I drew back with the stealthy caution of a cat. Suddenly I saw the gray seam of light again. Ha d he gone t o the right or left? I knew nor . Quickly I stretched my loot out behind me I felt something, and for the inttant thought I had touched t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 January 1894

Entered at the postojjtce at Sturgeon Hay, as ' second class matter. PUBUSHED WEEKLY BV : P I N N E Y & S H E P A R D , Editors an d Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. . SrECIAI, NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to this DOOK COKSTY DEMOOHAT, Will pteilHO. address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always addrexs as follows: \" ' • PIKNBV & SIIGPARD, Publishers. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. S T U W T E O N BAY . W I S . , JAN.20.1804 . EDITORIAL. T H E policy of misrepresentation an d deceit is short-sighted. It ma y wi n fori the m o m e n t but it wili end lit confusion a n d defeat. ' j T H E north pole must be th e veritable j \"fountain of youth,' 1 so ntr.eh sought after it few hundre d years ago. If one could only get (here, an d unwind twen- ty or thirty years, In- could come home and begin life anew. \" T i n : lumbe r c, the country for g- to show that ! in/ river will no', lie.•urtailed in fuel, it is thoie iinjiiinies ar e syoumig . o d men, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 January 1894

GOOD HORSE BARN. General Flan. Measurement* and Es'tt- j •mate of Total Cost. ! Oar illustration is of a horse barn for I the ordinary farm. It is made of good\" lumber and the frame is of heavy, sub-'. stantial timbers. It is -i-i feet long by i \"SO wide. The corner posts are IS feet high and the roof is well .pitched. The whole is well lighted with win- dows and proper ventilation is provided. Hay is taken into the mow by means of a fork. In the. ground plan. A is a -workshop 12x14 feet. 15 11 ore double horse stalls 14 feet from front to rear TRAINING THE HORSE. How to Educate Animal* So That They WIU Obey the Voice. \" There are many things that should be carefully observed in the education of horses that are entirely omitted. Too much dependence is placed in the bits, lines, strength of the harness, the use of the whip and the ability of the driver to control the horse by sheer brute force. Hence there are so many fatal accidents. The horse is a sensible and sensitive animal, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 January 1894

: MKTttW A DENSS FOa : Two Crowded Passenger Trains Gollidaon tho Lackawanna and Western Road. KE-.V'YORK' Jam lo.—'A frightful rt-jci- • dent occurred tbi.-* morr'-'tg on the west side of the TIack*nsack trifl-i*- on the Morris & -Essex branch of (lie Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Ilaiiroad. Tin: train which leaves Koscville at 8o'clock crashed into the rear of the Dover es- p'rtss, telescoping two cars. Fifteen laasscjigersin thnse two cars are. known to bavobeen kiiied and at least twenty- Jive are terribly 'injured. The con- ductor of the-wrecked train is Jere Xieorge. lie was not injured. THE OI!A*U ON TUB lIlhnOE. The Dover express passed through Itoseviile without stopping. The train •which ran into the express in the regu-_ lar commutation train. It pulled out of \"Rosevillo four minutes after the express has disappeared in the fog in the direc- tion of New York. n approaching the bridge over the HackcnsaeU liiver the express slowed up, Jor what reason iB unknown, b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 January 1894

POSTAL CARDS OF THE WORLD. E i g h t T h o u s a n d lMfferent K i n d s I s s u e d Sinc e t h e S c h e m e Started . It is almos t incredible that there should be 8,000 varieties of postal cards, but tha t i s th e e x t e n t claimed for the Watson collection. These . However, include various issues of th e same natio n and denomination, and also cards issued for special occasions, Postal cards have bee n in circulation twenty-four years, declares the col- lector. Th e idea originated w i t h Dr. Emanue l Hermann, a professor of national economy at th e Imperial, academ y of Wieneiuin Neustadt, Lowe , Austria. v.1 His ideas, under the head of N e w Means of Correspondence by Post, wer e published and attracted* the at- tentiqn of the government officials. Th e director-general of posts took u p the idea and succeeded in having an issue of postal cards put in circulation in I860. Th e original nam e give n to the m w a s th e '•correspondent karte.\" an d this has bee n retained ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 January 1894

KSwRwKsfiw.Wis '•^x^ 0:X^r^iipg4)3it6t p»i the favifF, gwhfchspears iri.fTh$ Tribune of Jan. ^ ifctttcio long to jptint, in full, but \"wic^iveihe substance of.lt below. Ho Jbtrbtlaces'the ^ubjeet, fy:sayiug:. \"XTi FRUIT STORAGE HOUSE. Sn^thg eve ^ KeptO -chard. f S ^ ^ , ^ On very few farms, even where fruit tureirs )iptt tho taviff question.\"\", • i is made one of the leading products of llw.iii» coinmetits oil the differenceI the soil, are'-suitable accommodations of opifiioii as to impropriety and wis-] provided for the convenient and most /to of present action. m^^ucIiKkH J f ° ^ m i f ^ -handling and storing of -, , , , V '•••• •\"' ' i . n * i i i fruit. A budding entirely devoted to that ..whatever is to be doneshonld. be i ffram i(- : i v e r y t , o r c m o n 8 i r b t ) a n d t h i S ) tfohe qfnefcly. lie compels strongly j too,wheregrai.nh«olraadet.heraostim- agaibst delay, ami urges, republican i portant crop upon thoiarm. There would senators to eo-o»orate with ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 January 1894

VOL. SPECIAL COLUMN. AilverUrU-mt'ii i n s e r t e d ATstyl C O S T - 1 e ortrM i o u t stock . A!* ' o n e in nee d ot i l o a n -i' pe r Halt . STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1§94. NO. 1, LOCAL. u n d e r tlii * hv»rt wil l !« for t w o c o u t s p e r H u e i a r h iiiHirtiim . eveviil ui-iuos an d new which I will .sell at cost to close violins, arrorilf'ons. »•'»'. Any- ueh in?\\rnmvnt s will -.save t 1)V Cl.llillj: Oli Hie V Oper a 13. HA UN . Ki'iiii'iiibcr the G. A. R. ddlueertii tto 12th of next month.'• '• '•• ./^'W/K^'B rvlMdv t 'jo'i.Vri know that neatly. i.KOi.ali 'rates. Sen d your | N A t & t h ^ h a t J ^ ' l f ^ ^ ^ t ^ j ^ | ^ p i | '. . £ _ _ j of i i . v ! ^ - ^ t t ^ ^ ^ | ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ | | ^ | W A N T E D . -J 12v ever y kfcm o p r o m p t l y an d order s t o thi s : %%7ANT! D--jh*.veryix-ly * » am i cheapes t phu-e i J o b V/rlntinj i ^ u thtsorilc I ?OK S A L . E . - J I M . ca.*h. 1''' a hrst-e! - h o r s e p o w e r boi.hr ami I'lipmi.', « ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 January 1894

'=E BOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . PINNEY&SHEPAED - Publishers. PRISON FOR A PRIEST. father Connolly Sentenced at Duluth to Twenty \"fears and Three Months at Hard Labor. '\" ... D c m m , Minn. , J a n . -20.—James E . Connolly, t h e ex-paris h priest of Tw o H a r b o r s , this county, wh o wa s convict- e d of criminally assaulting on e of hi s congregation, Julia Sutherland , was thi s m o r n i n g sentence d to twen - ty year s an d thre e m o n t h s ' service on har d labor in t h e state's prison. Th e court-room was crowde d to hear th e sentence, which is general- ly accepted a s proper . .Connolly at- t e m p t e d to m a k e an e x t e n u a t i n g state'-, merit, hu t was stopped by Judjze 'Lewis. Kvery possible effort has bee n m a d e to isecure a ne w trial, but without avail. OVER A HUNDRED MILLIONS. Vast Sum Held In Reserve by the New York Associated Banks. N E W - YOKIC, Jan . 20.—The weekl y ban k statemen t shows th e following cha...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 January 1894

\\VI! CONSIN ITEMS upon'an icy walk kt his ivi't arm. . S n ss, of Mflri- -d asp'hvxiatkmbv lit J.:l Crosse Tin: family neUo, narrow .-oa er. r F. Wowf of .Shuilsburf to .-iieeecd.T. H. Bright, •deceased K'i'.!:- a? Kifcixiuivr. a * '\"iup .iewa Fa man, had 0 0 libs broken by bein thrown iron a vvajon. -. K* W,\\ [* : •. formerly an Apple- moreha it, lo.-t nis factoryat (ioth •tibcrcr, .Vel|. by 'relY:His loss Is about S.\",U jf!tN .Toiilso.v, aa employe of tin Thomnson 1 amber Company was acci- .. .a .tv,ri * • - SO year?. Heart failure was '.lie cause of his-demise. C^t.vin.:^ BUUWN, charged with steal- ing an overcoat at Neenah. pleaded guihy and wassentenct'd to five months I in the county Jail. , . j ! i :oic-1- IV'i'i: was i-fruck hv a roilinir i •lift-red mayor log at Ingalis, Mich., and instantly\"! }dauhvg tre-e bear ntaliv. kii id Washburn. \" '/-/ : / - / ^ J)ir. MEIIK .K, of Marinette, Was.-.sens' fenced to u\\ i ) yearsin state-prison 911 a charge of 0 riantit jjjmoney ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 January 1894

D O O R G O l i M T y D E M O C R A T 8 p e C t f 0 r t r u t h ' \" a n t I my 1Iley \"C(U1 s o 1 '! m a k e fl o r H ! f 8urvby of the recent past, •••^•V ,, y , * „/\"!, • •„ emnly testify to its veracity and reliabil- set in array all the unusual facts it may EnttretX at the po*toffit( at Sturgeon Hay, at \\ • „ „ , . • • - , , .. ,. , . . . . , second elan* matter, j ity. They nay (he revolution was ae- j discover, note their coincidences and re- | complisbed by the collusion of Minister j Unions, and endeavor to ascertain what, T _,. ^ , T _-^ ., „ m - i K P i R ' t ' i -Stevens ••'with a cabal of conspirators, j if any, conclusion follows. Let us SUR- *' • 1 ivopricfomf • • ' j mainly faithlesr sons of missionaries, I KC-B! that, prominent in this array, will :~~—....—^ -v—•~w-w.~.w^~.*~.j and local politicians, angered by conlin-j appear the fact Hint twenty-five years SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. Si.50 PEH YEAR, juous political defeat,\" and that the ] ago strikes-were unknown. Trad...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 January 1894

.i# H A N D Y F A R M T R U C K . Diagram Explaining How Oao Can B» Built Cor :i fe w Dallarr,. T h e cost of t h e manufacture d low- down truck s ha s prevented man y farm- ers from purchasin g a n d usinjx them. Th e on e show n in t h e U'lustratWu, from ABOUT HARD TIMES. Why Some Farmers I lav* a Hard Time to Get Along. . A corresponden t of th e G e r m a n t o w u Telegrap h \"'gives his opinion of th e dif- ficulty wit h m a n y faririers in his e n d of t h e pountr y a s to wh y farmers have a h a r d tim e t o get-along, an d it is w o r t h a careful study His- ideas ar e a s fot- , •••.v*i--T,«ii^-- :vr----i'^.:\"'£A.i*f'-*-i*i fi lows: -' \\ ^ W \" ^ ? ^ ^ ^ ^ P ^ 9 ^ f f l ^ % ^ # i ' \" T h e r e is bein g s 0 m u c h said in t i i e : | $ e ^ i ^ country a b o u t hard times ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . ty of money, an d a s everybody ha s &,,fcrK-:i'-& Ky! K^ cause an d k n o w s a remedy, I .thQugJa fe:]3$^^ 1 would writ e to tell y o u r - . ^ ^...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 January 1894

IN .'CONGRESS, JESSE JAMES METHODS. HEROIC ACT IN MID-OCEAN. V Five Masked' Men Rcb a Kansas City , . Joseoh Passen?sp Train. ST..J0SEP11, Mo., Jan. 18.—Five masked Den hold up the train on the Kansas City, St. Joseph & Council Bluffs road near this city at an early hour this morning, and the entire contents of t Il- ea fe in the express ear was secured The robbers could not all be dcscriheo but are supposed to be the .same T.!:e'Senate. WAHTUKOTOK, I). C.,. .Tan. 1 .~In tho Sin- nie to-day (ho [.'resident's message on the Hawaiian affair was n-ad and ordered print- ed. Mr. llorir (IJep., Mass.) .spoke on the Hawaiian mutter,, aiic-r which Me. fiallisitror (Ken-. N.n.Jspokeoiilhetarif*. Mr. Paint- er (Dem.. Hi.) then addro-Hcd the Senate' Oft (he hili.i'T the repeal-of 'tin federal elections l-'i'.v .After the close of Senator Palmers remarks ' a com- nitttncation from the ' secretary of t h e treasury in response to the resolution •of Senator Alien, of Nebraska, in regard to th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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