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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 15 March 1894

« j j j / j ^ O C ^ $ » t T ^ IMI-£RT£r EASTER GOWNS* SEEN M 'fSMEf HOPOLltAN ? \"EMPORIUMSI^ ?:A Sufficient Variety lit Koth Form and Fab- ric to Suit the Most Fastidious—Sprine \\Woplsand Wraps—SurpaaolBC Oloritss of • ••'., the Hats BBdBonnetfc '- K:'v^.'':.l'^ -\": iCopyright, 180t by American Press Associa- tion.] ? I cannot call totnind a time wrhen'sb wide a latitude was allowed in the vrefr of: dress. Side by side in the grand magazines we ftad modern-pinafore gowns and 1830 dresses, with their egormous capes and ber- thas, and next to them perhaps tb« fluted coat basque withi its flaring points, or per- haps a version in cloth of the days of Louis I noticed the other day a very rich and stylish Easter gohn of prune chariot' wov- en with diagonal stripes and trimmed with ' ,- - i EASTER TOILETS. ' , 1 zigzag pattern in«hercules braid. The skirt was cut circular and stood out as if faced with crinoline. There was a coat with a fluted skirt, trimmed in the same manner wi...

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 — 15 March 1894

ipjffll Mm mmmmm H I $M iilSiiii m'- iff! ?&Â¥• ?§t^#§ Hi's®? ABSOLUTELY PURE For Sale by leathern $ Smith.\" ^ C(WNTY'l|Alt B^ : - JACKSONPORT. To the Editor of The Democrat: JACKSOXI'OKT, March 13th.—Miss Mary Collins visited friends here today, as did also John Goss. Wo are glad to hear that Miss Mary Mc- Quaid is to become principal of tho school in this village. Miss Emma LeMore, Almira Londo, An- nie LeClair, Joseph Londo, and Victor Landreo vUdted friends in Baileys Harbor Hiinday. John Auclam, one of Baileys Harbor's merchants, visited Jacksonport a few daj-s last week. Frank Hunt has been ailing for tho last few days. • . Misses Flora Smith and Grace Lnngeraak are recovering rapidly and wo hope they will continuo to do so. . Miss 13. Smitn returned to Sturgoou Bay yesterday from tho bedsideof Flora Smith. Dr. Eamos vaccinated a few scholars hero Monday forenoon. Moses Pronto and Lafayette Shamheau were in town yestorday. Tom Bagnall returned from tho west shore last ...

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 — 22 March 1894

Histoiibal-ltboms f O L U M E X X I . STURGEON BAY, 'yri$% THURSDAY, MARCH. 22, 1804. NUMBER 25. NEW CAR FERRY ROUTE. THE IMMENSE FREIGHTERS TO RUN FROM FRANKFORTTO MENOMINEE. The Boat© W1U Be By Way mt This Bay and the Canal—Ice Not Yet Out of Green Bay—Brief Local Marine Votes. There is a prospect that the car ferry steamers which run between Kewaunee and Frankfort during the winter season •will run to Menominee during the coming summer. The Menominee Evening Leader says: An outlet to the east has long been desired by lumbermen and other shippers, of the Menominee river. This was practi- cally 'attained by securing the Wisconsin &.Michigan road to Pembine, connecting with the Soo line, the benefits of which new road, however^ cannot be obtained for some months, or until the line is built and furnished with the necessary rolling stock. As a possible outcome of Mr. Bag- ley's new road we are promised a daily line of freight carriers between this port and Frankfort, to connect w...

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 — 22 March 1894

wmm mm0mmmmmm^M^m& t i l *3l yz\\3 STURGEON BAT, WIS. AVe^have in stock a fine line of Fall and Winter Suitingsj aud we are better prepared than ever to give you clothes that are guar- anteed to give 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 ot Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents' Furnishings. Also dealers (a Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. RBPA1KIN0 A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Dealer In Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc. JACKBONPORT WIS. I pay the highest market price for Farm Produce. Cordwood. Cedar Posts aiid Ties. •Public Dockage at reasonublo rates. Also buy Fresh and Sail Fish. • CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. Hrlokof the best quality for buildlnjr pur- poses or Are brick laid down at any pier In the county. Write for prices. Tugs and fttenmbarges supplied with steamboat wood at all times. i»iltlli«il WS^^ BEST PLACE TO...

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 — 22 March 1894

^ E WIDOYV OF GEORGE W. CHILDS mM-: NOT-A SOCIETY-WOMAN.. h$^ J n Son TVingt Very Like Her Famous BaabAnd-l'eeolUritlM of» WommaWho •voids Display and 'ii Ketl»lii« to the :'' .Point,of Timidity. ' .y v: •' .£} ''yV'U\\':::' la all that b^s been written of the late George W. Childs, of his charities, his philanthropies and of the depth and breadth of his great love of all mankind, there has been but the merest mention of * Mrs. Childs and the place she occupied in the life of her distinguished husband. Philadelpbians, as a rule, know very little about her.' They can tell you that she was Emma Bouvier Peterson before her marriage and the daughter of the publisher in whose establishment her hus- Jan made his early start in life. Beyond this, only a select few possess any infor- mation of the domestic life in the Childs mansion and the personality of its mis- .'\". tress...'.\" Emma Bouvier Childs is a slender little woman, small featured, dark complexion- «d and of an exceedingly...

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 — 22 March 1894

i ^ ^ & i i l slsia^ mm * 8l3t^ooUw :ii^:^viv.V,,v. .v ......v.. ..-.:- M Adverttefngra^'ftiralahed uponappliMUoi^ ':^-s~ii%}Z'i4*i$eeond-cla*$ matur.., ...':-.-..r ••:' ^KEi^^^pA.y -wi8. MAR 32. 18&. ^ THi PtAlNf IFFS NON-SUITED :/i ThiB famous roster suit brought against Gov, Peck and Beveral other of the offlceri . of this state was brought to an abrupt termination last week, the plaintiffs being non-suited. The testimonyclearly showed that if, as was claimed, the defendants were guilty of an attempt to defraud the state, the plaintiffs were equally guilty as they went into the transaction with a per- fect knowledge of its legal standing. While this decision relieves Gov. Peck and bis associates from any pecuniary respon- sibility to the plaintiffs it does not relieve them from the task of answering to the people of this state for .having entered into any such doubtful transaction. j§bey were plaoed in office for the purpose of putting a stop to such practice and it is 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 — 22 March 1894

mm ^'\\^J}^0^d 'mm W0S fl^2fg^P^^^ •^win^bttyjjjwihs to dre&ml&ndi ^ ^^TKerovSweet^ in slumber go. \"' My eonawUl blend iuseemlaad With songs the angels know. Thy hammock will be golden ^••-.'And like' the crescent moon, v?'Afld in its hollow holden y Thon wilt be Bailing soon. ': 'Go Bwinging, Bwaying, swingingp. High up among the. stars. At mother's wish upspringing Shall sleep let down the bars. Although thy hammock golden Is like the crescent moon, ThoD wilt m my armsnolden Wake bright and laughing soon. —William S. Lord. WHITE 1 M ^ WINGS. LabanTWlutaker w a s a boy of nearly 12 when his fatiervJ^MnA^itaker, moved np from Salem to the banks of the Menri- mac at what is now Concord, N. H. The new country was\" fertile, and on a broad plain in a bend of the great river a pros- perous little hamlet wns growing. The*home of the Whitakers was one of the 12 garrison houses of Penacook. Dur- ing colonial times houses in a new settle- ment were built so as to be easily defended...

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 — 22 March 1894

W&M wmm wmm wm msmm. P§1KS$ ^THE WND DURING SLEEP^^^^^^^ MWISTERING ANGELS on the plains of Arizona. . READ ABOUT THEM IN imiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinninrajnHflnimintiinmniiiiniJinmnmni IN AMBUSH UUillillUU)tiyiUUIIiUllll!lUl!!l!l!Ulli!!l!UlUll!!!)lill!UllUlUii Sclentlne Men Who Believe Sltattiter Af' ford Proof of the SoalVIndependent Ae- Uvity—CaJquhonnV Claim That Dreams Always Accompany Sleep. %mmmp^m sleep, dreamsare not rwuembered becatiae the goal has not notified theVsnabrium of of the soul'* activity to sleep when'the gfe^j$.ft^ altogether MBpendedVandbth ^«?e/cafief^:o*eB^^ THE SENATOR APOlLQflUZEDi Begged ,* Cqrtii*edB --:Jnitly'iAc«usi^B:i \"Dreams,\" aays Homer, i'descend from t o l o r ^ u i. «».«i(™ w *I,»A^I,*. ~J™.« ». i_ \"na« ibe.senator was at the JriftnAve- it is emancipated, thoughts peculiar to s n u e h o t e , , ^ C a ^ e 4 d w « l r o m b r e ^ k S one morning and went into the barber the new Serial bv CAPT. CHARLES KING IN THIS PAPER Plenty o...

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 — 22 March 1894

ps?ss?» Ss^^fej'fe'i m® iTg&BEli ^ ' ^OyEVER LITTLE WOMAN SHOWS As fi&v\" TO WIN A MAN£ HEARTB That ?2*eid 4iTliank You\"—En»U»k Homo 1 H*na0em«qt—Helen Gould's Charities. •'.}. School—Children Need Companions. \"I BnpjKM?e/' Mid a'clever little womaa, \"that I get to go to the theater more than any woman of thy a^tt^rttanpe, inTeaia ! being equal. You see, itVthis way: One night John •Wanted' me to ^gp t* the pbajV and of course I accepted, for I dearly love the piny. A*!*T the theater 'was over John *^a steering me straight for the restau- rant. 'No. John Vsaid rflrmly 'we can't afford it. The play wa s treat enough. Let's be sensible. We bad a good dinner, and we are not starving.' \" f Oh, hangtheexpense I' said Mr. John. 'We might ns well round off with a bit of supper '-But I wouldn't As John says, 'I stood pat.' AVe went on home, for when a man is hungry he doesn't think much of the virtue of economy. * In fact, he said by my pigheadedness I'd spoiled all the ev...

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 — 22 March 1894

95 lbs. good CnrrADtfl, - 81.00 82m fetter Warrants, 1.00 ICanSalmon* \" H. ••• •••:-'/'v: •• \" -.16 1 Block Codfish, 2 lbs., .15 1 keg JBest Herring, • .75 l^aUJdliril71l)S.y .55 1 Gal €an IMe Peaches, - .28 1 Tumbler Honey, large size, .10 ••/-'•'••.Will receive a lartie Invoice of Ready-y Made Clothing on the next boat. Look if or prices next teeek. Also a new lot of Carpet Samples on next boat. Prices lower than ever. Call and see for yourself . C. FELOMANN. AN AFFECTIONATE FAREWELL SCENE FROM OUR NEW SERIAL I BY o of Love 0 and Adventure ON THE PLAINS OF ARIZONA una TKio© ipfiipi They run and they walk, They sing and they talk And make a bee line for Stroh's They cry and they holler, I'll bet you a dollar That's the place to buy cheap clothes. It's dry goods of all lines And groceries of all kinds,- Glassware atid Crockery by the score Selling cheaper and cheaper, For cash is the reaper That cuts prices from shore to shore. Go to J. F. Stroh's and you will get more g o o d s ...

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 — 29 March 1894

VOIiUME X X I . STURGtQJff B A Y , W I ^ THUKSDAY , MARCH 20 , 1894 . NUMBER 20 . FIREMEN DID GOOD WORK. THEY SAVED M.COCHEMS' BUILDINC „ FROM DESTRUCTION. corner to take its place, and it is to be M f l M I N A T l N f t v T H F I R M F N hoped that lie will make up bis mind to do I ! ™ U m , I N f t _ _ _ i _ \" , i - \" • this. The burned sheds, and warehouses I •-,--•:,..? eannot be rebuilt unless they are made of j BOTH PARTIES HAVE PLACED THEIR brick-or iron, and Mr. Cocheuis does not} CANDIDATES.tN THE FIELD. , like so put money into good buildings of] -— ':'.'••' -—— fir e Started In the Warehouse ion the Al- ley at the Bear of the Store — Damage \"Will Amount to Several Thousand Dol- lars—Origin Unknown. The rapid ringing of the city fire bell shortly after midnight Friday night again notified our people that the fire Head was abroad, and the sleepy citizens, who •crawled out of bed and looked anxiously* towards the business part of the city ueed- •ed but a glance to show...

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 — 29 March 1894

M^m^mWW^& w&zM mmmmmxmmm mmm m THEwarn DEMO Wp#SiSSi psii-..-.. -......- ,.....„... PI JDAIV tcttiso •Vi.&aaK^k Blilllif^ ass* W«e h a v e in s t o c k a fine l i n e o f F a l l a n d W i n t e r S u i t i n g s , a u d w e ar e b e t t e r prepare d tha n e v e r t o g i v e y o u c l o t h e s tha t are g u a r - a n t e e d t o g i v e satisfactio n a n d a t price s tha t suit t h e t i m e s . B o y s ' Suits , $ 1 3 an d up\\vard. M e n ' s S u i t s , $ r 5 a n d u p w a r d . P a n t s , $ 3 . 5 0 a n d upward . W e als o carry a larg e s t o c k ot Shirts , U n d e r w e a r , N e c k w e a r , an d e v e r y t h i n g in t h e line of G e n t s ' F u r n i s h i n g s . Also dealers in ^RIGMni893JY^L| KliJSf Watches,-Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. KBPAl KING A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc, .1ACK8ONPOHT WIS. 1 pay tho highest market price for Fiuiu Produeo. Cordwood. Cedar Post* mid Ties. Publio DookB^e at reasonable...

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 — 29 March 1894

THE AUTHENTIC HISTORY Ihe Cheery Voiced \"Baked P o U t o M w \" , and His Customers. One of\" the unique street characters of ^ T ^ a t , } ? t T , t f ? « * » • * \"*»*•* j found* swimming Nearly a'mliewitorttol potato man.\" Ho stood in front of a the ship, not at all exhaiisted, though suf- late, however, to recover him, seeing noth- ing but the man's cap, which he brought onboard. The steamer was stopped, a boat lowered and sent to the rescue, and after cruising about for half an hour, re- turned to tho ship, with Webb, who was OF THE WORLD'S FAIR. It Received the Highest and Only Award as the Most Complete, Authentic, and Richest Illustrated History of the World's Columhian Exposition. This Work gives a Complete Historical Record of the Exposition, containing the Offi- cial Reports, giving a Full Account of, the Progress of the Exposition during all its Stages of Construction and Official Existence, covering a Period of . Over Three Years. The Magitude and Value of this Gre...

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 — 29 March 1894

|fef«r3 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ W jje^§£0a® p | A DBMOORimOJKiiraNAlLj'ITBUSRED J. EDWARD HARRIS, Publisher, : QnaY^^d.J'^'^i' ?&.&&'?£• •„\\:. : ..11.00 • 8IX'Monthp.v k.-V^- v .,vi.vi%f.\". .-.i.....V , .50 Advertising rate*ifurntghod upon application. BntereU tit tki PoilMce in, Sturaeon Bay, WU. •.'••y:s a» tecotia-ciatt matter. .... S^UKftKON BAIT, WI8.. MAR: 20. 1894. S^v ,V : :: ::,^HIS:PAST .RECORD./.. . In casting their ballots for mayor this spring the voters of this city want to vote for the then who have in the past and -will in the future put forth their best efforts to advance the prosperity of our little city, and therefore the records of the two can- didates for mayor should, be carefully ex- amined in regard to whether their efforts have heretofore been in this direction. E. S. Minor, the republican candidate for mayor, has served as president of bur busi- ness men's association for several years, and has ostensibly been nu ardent worke...

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 — 29 March 1894

Wl0 m0li mm JNIGHT AND A SfAR. iBw bound I sat, th«* thrall of inward igtotan ^ \"?HSiipa,:the great tidal rhythm of Ufeandlawi Unheeding and without emotion 6aw . 7nis iilowerUke world's immortal tint and ft?@*1»looni, ', ' '••::-'-~V-:''' -'V: jAiM \\a voico echoed through my sonl's dark f-yj^'vroam:-: :\".-v-—i\\'^ \" '-. '.'/-:^:,' ^-*^O^heli»less on tate^ torrent as a Btrawl «? To strive-to fall—to feed oblivions maw— -Such, and no more/thy work and wage and • doom!\" ':'•• Tten, from somo height beyond these dufeks • and dews, y^y:'.-'',.:: '•/'- - Methought a sphery whisper flattered down: ':'.}. \"Tasuflerandin silencebtilldtiiyfaays, To knit Ufe firm and earn thine own soul's praise— -'•: '-•: •/•/''.\"•:•-.' -., -°:\".',v-'- - ' •Such, if thou wilt (for power is thine to choose)J Such, and so great, thy task and meed and M ' crown.\" : • •' •-•'4-V ••'. !• v\"'-,•••' r-Willlam Watsbn in Spectator. CHATYK. The old Gin-in-ko, tbe wandering story teller of the Arabs, in ...

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 — 29 March 1894

^rti: OSTtE^|jiiAip^ ,] 8ho was a listless mold her:eyeswer*blaie \" I PerbapSiiefthoaeBti we re'gTeat,butiheywera | , yH fe?v:1|rf%': - 'p / ' i:^^0^^:^:M/^v^'.'' Theywond&ro^ here and there, and now arid :'Vf^/.ilwh ^,'^?.oV^^-r:\\v^r':.'''i''- ^-'::U -W•'.•'•' '••..\"'• Toherreinrned.btit soon they fled again. * [And after time had lapsed and still they staid Her eyes that longed to know why they de- .^•: •'•'layedv\"-^ ::'.^-' ..'•'•i-v^'J.'. '^ :^:---^'\\:i-:.- {Straying away Tipon the faroifviewi Soon lost their own in that more distant hlne. And though her face is fair, as all agree, j There's vacancy where two bright eyes should -.. be. .. ''••,'••\"' ••\"'\"*:•• —Youth's Companion. A PIPE ROMANCE. It is the only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled from the watcW To be had only with Jas. Boss Filled and other watch cases &J& stamped with this trade mark, x&v- Ask your jeweler for pamphlet. KeystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. Monarch Cycle Co. 'Lake anil Halst...

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 — 29 March 1894

fl^Bm^^S TCTCW ITfYRTC\" T ? 4 ^ l T ! T Y W a TOt ribbon, widen tarried knots on th e • * W \" : V T V - 1 * 1 ^ * ^ O X L i y i l K5. shoulders, and there waisfcbelt made of the NOVELTIES iU EVENING GOWNS FOR . GIRLS AND MATRONS. same,' ending a close knot*.--The sleeves had triple puffs, each one held in by a velvet ribbon. •' There was no piher ornauiehta- tion, but the dress was beautiful. —— j The fashion of httving ribbcm bretelles is * h e Richwtolte Sltfc* Acaln l a Vorme. i a P r e t t y ,one« andjonethatris prodtictive^f _ , • - • i . . „ ' ^ a very dressy effect with little trouble. me*™ Becomtasr Very P o p a U r - T h e , Almost any onecan add these little touches .UtllUy of Kibbon ISretellea and. Other to a plain frock, and it is often done so that (JOHN LEATHEM, X'f-HOS. H. SMITH,. j 0E0. NELSON. S i m p l e Toile t AcceMorte*. {Copyright, 18M, by American Press Associa- tion.} As spring advances i t rather seems to me that we are to have the 1630 styles as the. p...

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 — 29 March 1894

mm^mP$sm^^§ mm WZ ^^ po^id#$ir|j^ ^ :yr:i \"'\"''^m$^j^0j^i§^^^e^:J^d- his wiri- ows baddeotnely decorAt^A in honor of —The weather^taoderated considerably ^ D - W M D ^ | | o ^ : o i i r cold weather is probably^bout eMed. ^ten^-ysi^yei^Bir'V i^4riyiJK \"tage on route from this city fcoI?pnraim, he shaving commenced last week. ^ ^ :/^:' ^A''ineetInK oflhe'olJ^ooohdi\\wa^h^}d last night no business of importance being- transacted aside from the allowing of a ^ewbills. —The interior of Stiles & Reynolds' drug store has\" been handsomely papered5during the past week, the work being done by Jos Heard. —Casper Nys has resumed his old posi- tion as driver on the stage route from this city to' Ellison*- Bay, be having taken the .place of Will Carmody. —A two-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Putman died on Friday night of hurt week, Tho funeral was hold from the M, E. church on Monday. —For a short time Saturday m'orning it looked as if we wero about \"to experience a gonuino- b...

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 — 5 April 1894

VOLUME XXI. STURiGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1894. . NUMBER 27. MINOR ELECTED MAYOR. OVER SIX HUNDRED VOTES CAST IN THE CITY.. Republican Majorities Only About Half as Xarge as Usual — Democrats Elect Two Aldermen and the Assessor — Township Election Returns. The city election held on Tuesday re- sulted in the election of the republican ticket with the exception of assessor, for which office the democratic candidate, Chas. A. Masse, received a majority of 38 over Chris Leonhardt, the present assessor, who was a candidate for re-election. The republicans also secured six out of eight aldermen, the democratic candidates in the first ward being elected by good-sized majorities. The contest was a warm one, especially over the mayoralty, and while the republican candidate won, that party has nothing to crow' over. Two years ago the republican candidate was elected by a majority of 206, and on a strict party vote the republicans have a majority of about 150. This was reduced to 86,...

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 — 5 April 1894

W e h a v e i n s t o c k a fine lin e o f F a l l a n d W i n t e r S u i t i n g s , aucl w e a r e b e t t e r prepare d tha n e v e r t o g i v e y o u c l o t h e s t h a t ar e g u a r - a n t e e d t o g i v e satisfactio n a n d a t price s t h a t suit t h e t i m e s . B o y s ' S u i t s , $ 13 a n d upward . M e n ' s Suits , $ i 5 a n d u p w a r d . P a n t s , $ 3 . 5 0 an d u p w a r d . W e als o carr y a larg e s t o c k ot Shirts , U n d e r w e a r , N e c k w e a r , a n d e v e r y t h i n g in t h e lin e of G e n t s ' F u r n i s h i n g s . Also dealers In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. REPAIIUNG A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Denier in Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc, JACKSONPOHT wis. I pay tho hlirhogt market- price for Farm Produce, Cordwood, Cedar Pouts aud Ties. Publlo Dockage at reasonable rates.. Also buy Fresh and Salt Fish. CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. Briokof the best quality for building pur- poses or flro brlok laid down at any ulor In ...

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