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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 April 1894

HYMN TO DIANA Diana eoardeth oar estate— Girlsmad boys Immaculate Boys and maidens pare of stain. Be Diana oar refrain. OLatonia, pledge of love Glorious to most glorious Jove, Near the Delian olive tree Latonia gave thy life to thee! That thou shonldst be forever queen Of mountains and of forests green, - . Of every deep glen's mystery. Of all streams and their melody. Women in travail ask their peace From thee, our Lady of Release. Thou art the watcher of the ways Thou art the moon, with borrow'd rays. And as thy full or waning tide Marks how the monthly seasons glide Thou, goddess, sondest wealth of store To bless the farmer's thrifty floor. Whatever name delights thine ear, By that name be thou hallowed here, And, as of old, be good to us. The lineage of Romulus. \\ —ProfessorJebb. JOBY PAID HIS FARE. The sun had set, but the lower edges of the wild, stormy looking olouds massed in the west were still aglow with vivid, crimson fire. In the east ,the gray gloom of the corning nig...

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 — 5 April 1894

sm ? ' & v $ B ^ ^ PUBLI8HED Publisher. v^fljOO SingleOopiw...»'.*•',..V.. ...,.... . ^ . . . . . .03 Advertising rates furnished upon application. Knitted atthti'ottoffietti^htHrgeon Bay, Wit, afttcona-clOM matter. STXfBttEON ^BA^T, WIS., APRIL 6.1894. WHiLKxScnator Hill is overlooking the pre- parations for the municipal conflict, he is also, as nmatter of fact, in the quiet of his library Suiting into shape the speech which he will deliver against the Wilson bill, says an Albany dispatch In the New York Times. Since last Thursday many representatives of the manu-, factoring Industries of the state have been driven up to Bleak House. Tbe mass of ma- terial wbioh the senator brought on from Washington has been classified, facts bave been verified, and the general lines of the speech outlined. The speech will practically be a bl(f\"to the democracy of. the country for tbe presidential nomination of 1S98. It wllj^bo loyal to the platform of the convention of 1808, to a certain e...

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 — 5 April 1894

WKKKKS^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^Hm • t t H ^ f c ^ ^ : APRmjS 1894. - v Her hair is eaft-^tbo brown that glows • x: With sudden little glints of gphL y.•' w wHer rptfnded cheek faint flashing Bhows, • . Uke apple buds that half unfold. s 'Her throat is full and round and white— The sweet head poised so daintily. : She reads a note., i wish I might Address her. too, **Dear Dorothy.* - Ah, Dorothy, so verydearl V With clear sweet eyes of tender brown And, close above the small pink ear, ' The dark hair rippling gently down. Dear Dorothy, so rerr fairl../,') K ' My thoughts outraoe the rushing,train To build strange castles In the air, V With Dorothy for ohatelalne. How sad when pleasures born of hofe Arc born so late so soon to die! v She drops her letter's envelppe Addressed to—Mrs. ArthurWhyl —Charles B. Going in Ladies' Home Journal. AN AGED COUPLE. \"A letter, Father Aianr'* o\"Yes, monsienr, from Paris.\" He was very proud that it came from Paris, this good Father Azan—butso was I. Somethin...

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 — 5 April 1894

If so, buy one that cannot be stolen. The RpSEBEB^PNE OF THE YOUNGEST1 it t i ^ feli^ i* d & 1 S i | b f ^ | Gladstone's threats ujjaiast the lords i t will be in obodieijice to thie^bSvittrt^i^Hgjji the man of -ihe^bur. and reconciles^mprfr variant interests than a n o t h e r * English politician could.£ Whether h e & ^ s o p a a Gladstone satd,\"the man of the future\" depends upon the votes of English electors. OF ENGLISH PREMIERS. He la a Dextertfos Diplomatist and Is Pop- ular With Both the Classes^^^ ^ Masses—The Protege, of Gladstone and the Friend of Disraeli. •HE^0.ti^EPr.^HE SlCT^ firmly locking, the bow to the pendent, •d that it cannot be pulled or twisted off. To Sc sure of getting a Non-pull-out, secthat ae caseis«tamped withthis trademark.ttlrSSr ! t h e r e »re many things that militate against * I yflP the likelihood of his doing BO. ItdependB cannot•be had with any other kind. Vsk your jeweler for pamphlet, or send for ,to the famous Boss Filled Case ma...

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 — 5 April 1894

^^P^^^fe^^^^S THB DEMOCRAT, * DAY* A3E*^tt* ^ 1804. ALMOST 6IVEN AWAY To the Readers of this Paper. JFor full particulars see Page 8. IPWAN AN D H0ME. JUSTICE ANDL WISDOM OF SHARING INCOME WITH THE WIFE. rioreace Nightingale—Women M Archi- tect s—The Cuban Girl—How, She Uvea. The Boom With Many Doors—What AUintli la ToaraT—A Babies'Rights Club. There is a cloak of sentiment that is made to coyer ugly facta in the objection, frequently made by husbands, to arrange- ments whereby a wife may have her own parse. I have heard more than one hus- band say: *'I-don't believe in an allow- ance I like my wife to come to me when she wants money. What is mine is hers! We are one!\" That sounds very sweet and pretty. But I am much inclined to believe the sentiment would lose its flavor if an arrangement should be entered into where- by all moneys were transferred and the husband became the petitioner, particu-- larly if through holding the finances the wife should evolve a consciousness of bet- ...

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 — 5 April 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOLUTELY PURE BRIEf Vg^NOTES. *s.—/•Tuesday, •—Your attention Is directed to the ad- vertisement of Chas.. Greisen which ap- pears on the last page of today's paper. —Monday was a fine day and the politi- cians were out in full force for the purpose of putting the finishing touch to the cam- paign. —A storm of mingled rain and sleet passed over this region during Monday night, and the following day was cold and .windy. —Will Hay is the first of our local bi- cyclists to come out this spring with a new \"bike.\" He now rides a Lindsay wheel. —Mrs. M. Teweles.wifeof Moses Toweles, of this city, died this morning after an ex- tended illness, she having been afflicted with a cancer. —Oscar Overbeck and Clarence Long are the latest additions to the ranks of our local bicyclists, they having purchased their wheels only last week. • —The scholars and teachers of the city schools are enjoying a vacation this week, the regular spring terra of school com- ...

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 — 12 April 1894

^ P € « { '$}ir&l-T!t*. •, • .••.. VOLUME X S l . STURGEON BAY, WI8.|HTHUR8DAY, APRFL 12, 1804. NUMBER 28. OUR SUMMER FRIENDS. THEY FIND NO RESORT THAT COM- PARES WITH STURGEON BAY. True Fish Stories Which Cause the/Nar- rators to be Regarded with Suspicion by St. Louis Lawyers who Never Tell Any Lies Themselves. If the property bordering on Sturgeon Bay were in the hands of a syndicate its attractive features would ere this have been so widely advertised that there would now hardly be \"standing room\" for those who would desire to spend the sum- mer months on the shores of this beautiful sheet of water, and those shores would be dotted with villas •built by residents of southern cities for occupation during the heated term. Experience has shown that to become acquainted with Jhis locality is to fall in love with it, but thus far such acquaintance has been mostly the result of accident. It is true that occasional at- tempts have been made to inform our southern neighbors conce...

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 — 12 April 1894

^^^^^^^Mi W e have in stock a.'fine line of Fall and W i n t e r Suitings, aud w e are bette r prepared than ever t o give you clothes that are guar- antee d to give satisfaction and a t prices that suit the times. B o y s ' S u i t s , $13 and upward. Men's Suits, $15 and upward. Pants, $3.50 and upward. W c also carry a large sttfck ol \"Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everythin g in the line of Gents'Furnishings . Also dealers fa Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc, HEPAIHiNG A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Dealer in Dry Gaods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc, JACKSONPOHT - XV li. I pay the hlghost market price for Farm Produce, Oordwood, t.Vdur Posts and Tics. I'ubllo POokugn nt rtulnoimble rates. Also buy Fresh and Sail Fish. GREflM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. . nrickoftlio he«t quality, for ImtUUnir iur poson or tiro brick liitil down nt any pier In the county. Write for juliiiu. Tugs and stottmhnrges supplied with steam bout wood nt all limes. BEST PLACEjmiYJN THE CITY When you waul anyt...

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 — 12 April 1894

mm •Bright fairy of the morn, with flowers *r* \"' : h'.''.'.raycdr~ \".':'*,: • •••'.•'-.•:.'•\".:•'• - W h o s e beauties to the young pursuer seem s: Beyond the ecstasy of the poet'sdreamr- - Shall I o'ertal-i thee ere thy luster fade?. \"'Ripe glory of the noon, to dazzle eyes ? A pageant of delight and powerand gold, Dissolving into mirage manifold— . Dolo'ertak e thee or mistake m y prteer \"Dull shadow of the ovening, gaunt and gray. At random thrown, beyond m e or above. As cold as memory in tho arms of love— Have I o'erta'en theo but to cast away?\" \"No morn or noon or evo a m I,\" she said, \"But night, the depth of night behind the • sun .1 '.••'• By all mankind pursued, but never won. Until my shadow falls upon a shade.\" —K. D. Blackrnoro in Ne w York Advertiser. HERBUEGLAE. It w a s a remarkable fact t h a t w h e n Mr. B a g l y c a m e d o w n to breakfast i n a huff for, th o ilrst t i m e sinc e their marriag e Mr s B a g l y shoul d also hav e appeared upon th e ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 12 April 1894

fm§, AM^Mm^^y^i-r BYEKy 0?HBfB8IAT A*TBENOON. iJ.^'EDVAto'HXttawi-' 'Publisher. SIxMonths...^.^w........ ........... •% ThreeMohths .. * .^..................^. .25 Single Copies................................'. « Advertising rates furnished upon application. Entered at the Pottofflci In Sturffe at seep nd-eiats matter on-Bay, Wi», STURGEON -BAT. WIS., APRIL 12. 1894. THE RAILROAD BRIDGE. Now .that so\"hre definite step has been taken in the direction of building a rail- road bridge across this bay and locating a depot on this side it is in order to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed plan. This paper njaS always freely criticized the railroad company, or any other corporation for that matter, whenever it was deemed that the interests of the general public were in danger, and we shall undoubtedly do so in the future should the occasion arise. We fail to see however, that the company can be criti- cized in any way for the step that has been taken within the pa...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 12 April 1894

A\\^:/AlmlwM:i^ ^^A$tim^$&M&£± yffiBSTMB$ .AW. jtirmt AGrtmdEdHcaler. Successorofth* \"Unabridged.\" Everybody Bhould own this Dictionary. It an-, swers all questions concerning tho his- tory, spelling, pro- nunciation, and meaning of words. AZibraryin Itself, it also gives the often de- _ sired information concerning eminentr-erspna facts concern- ing tho countries, cities, towns, and nat- Nwal features of tbo globe particulars con- cerning noted fictitious persons and places translation of forei|*n Quotations. It is in- valuable in tlio lionic, oflloe, study, and schoolroom. The One* Great Standard Authority. Hon. D. J. Itrewer. Jnsttco of TJ. 8. Supremo Court, writf* :\\\" '1 h» International Dictionary Is the perfection' of dictionaries. 1 commend It to alias the m (treat^uuiUarU authority.\" Sold by All IlookijBltcrs* G. & C. Merrlam Co. Publishers, Sprbt'jfieM, Mass. *• - KP^Do not buy cheap photo- graphic reprints of undent . editions. H f S e n d forfreeprospe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 12 April 1894

!S St^nip^i^Ke best' wai:rT: itasii^: :indtj|r.v'lt,: is the u-acte irtark'of th(i' Keystone' H U:u' Ca$c€atnpii!i)\\ pi\" Piiilade]phi-t, the Xlclest Hirgcsi ai c! .beisr- 1^n0wn:\"fet()ry inthe \\vori d-— r560 em !b)tres,c piutty2000 cases daily. Its products-are Sold by all jewelers, li •makes the oelebnifci\\-yUu:$(*'$ f-ift] Watch Case*, 'howfitted witfi the. only bow (ring) w!ich enri- not be puiicd oil the case—the IN ^OiyJE ^WJNQS • AH^D OF^ f HEIR An Oklahoma Girl Who Rivals tho Cow- boys In Her Cattle Herdlnc—A Feminine XJtopIa—A Nebraska Woman Conquer* a •:•• Pair of CatUe Thieves. '•-.. '• ''X^: Askyourjcwc hlct. BICYCLES King of the Road Absolutely the Best All drop forgings and English steel tubing. Bearing strictly dust-proof. Elegant designs and light weight. • rhi*' tlp^jijCwjmopo • , Antbniw^fe^jCprreris i ^ : l i ^ l ^ * ^ o t : l n i ^ mechani^t|et?jfipeer or4£aJab bir$h rtnt Italian parentage who' r«sJfdi\"«S 'i^^resen't'.TlidL\"? San Pratjfetgppiiwit has\" a...

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 — 12 April 1894

liijgiif^ WtlW&^fi&ir \"TO A : a T r r A v r r i - - | ' - ^ r s « « t,ratfelin«\\k'^B£t y au d b e c o m i n g : 1mm YORK FASHIONS. Ihood•Â«\"•**. v™^rs*m* ^ » auA :.-*V-v-y#:- ':- -V . \" •Â« *• | .thing else b u t for t h e ' \"miliv'iul a elo.-^* bbn- ^ .r •? n e t o r a t o q u e is m u c h t h e lust . A lint of : P I C T U R E S Q U E BALL G O W N S O F T H E ! a n y k i n d is a l w a y s i n t h e way, aiul t o t h e P O S T L E N T E N S E A S O N . | lad y w h o value s h e r lovel y Iwiir th e sifting, , ! s h a r p cinder s w o u l d forbid th e remova l of' , ' i h e r he.ul. coverin g : A very prett y t o q u e S o m e R a t h e r S t a r t l l n - Innovation * F i n d ) woul d b e t h t j b e s t tt-aveHn.u bonne:, a m i i t F a v o r W i t h t h e Hollos of t h e Metropolis . ] c a n b e m a d e of t h e d r e M UKUenaUuid b e I n f o r m a t i o n F o r I n t e n d i n g T r a v e l e r s . 1 S 0 i u e X p e \" S i v e »ba t n o te^r.- need fall if ...

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 — 12 April 1894

ABSOLUTELY PUBE BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. —Don't destroy this paper until you have clipped out the coupon for our World's Fair history. .'•\" —The weather has been flue during yes- terday and today and by night the snow will be all gone again. —Monday night's storm put ft stop to operations on the several new buildings now going up in this city, but we will pro- bably have favorable weather after this. —A little flurry of snow fell during last Friday, and it would have been considered quite a.Btorm had it not been so complete- ly eclipsed by Monday's performance of the elements. I —We areiadebted to the following gen- j tlemen for additional returns from, the town elections: Robert Severs, Win. Stonemun, A. J. Kicbinger, F. Gregor and W. T. Anderson. —Bend or bring two coupons of different dates and fifteen cents to this ofllce and get Part I of the \"World's Columbian Ex- position illustrated,\" the finest publication of the kind ever issued. —The date upon which the young ladies' Sodalit...

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 — 19 April 1894

-VOLUME XXI. STURGEON BAY, WISii THURSDAY, APREL 1,9, 1894v, NUMBER 20. VVORK OF THE* FLAMES. BWLOINC DESTROYED OVER IN THE FOURTH WARD. The Property Belonged to Henry Erd- mann and W M Insured — Origin of the Fire Unknown. The large two-story frame building lo- cated in the fourth ward, at the end of the bridge, and belonging to Henry Erdmann, was totally destroyed by fire at an early hour last Sunday morning. Fart of the lower story of the building was occupied by Mr. Erdmann's tailor shop. That gen- tleman's family had also been living in. part of the building, but moved out only a couple of weeks ago. Mr. Weidermeier, the tailor employed by Mr. Erdmann, was sleeping in the building at the time of the fire, he being awakened by the smoke and flame just in time to escape. A small part of the contents were saved, the remainder being destroyed. The fire broke out about two o'clock in the morning and was dis- covered by M. Melchoir, who happened to return from Ahnapee about that time...

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 — 19 April 1894

We have in stock a fine line of New and Stylish Suitings, and 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 in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc, UKPAIKING-A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Dealer In Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc. JACKSONl'OHT wis. I pay tlto highest market, price for. Farm Produce. Cordwood, I'erlar POKU autf Ties. Publlo Doeknjjc at reasonable rates. Also hiiy Fresh and Salt Fish. CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. UrJokoftho bi?f«t quality for huilrilnir pur- poses or tiro hriok laid down nt any' pier iu the county. Write lor prices. Tugs ami stenmlmrges supplied with steamboat wood at all times. m Wfy^Sfi'M ^'^'. K3HT, I8935f OWtt? KI.HW BEST PLACE TO BUY IN THE CITY When ...

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 — 19 April 1894

r .i f | f : J | f | ^ '•••••• . •'•' •: :/ ', ^'-/::/-:-^'::^ PRAIRIE CHILDREN. That Is tho Duchess of Lullaby Land Lying asleep on the velvety award That is an indigo flower in her hand, Typical emblem of rank and command. Symbol heraldic of lady and lord.'', , ' That |is her brother asleep at her side— He is a duke, and his little red hand Grapples the ragged old rope tha t is tied Into the collar of Rover, the guide— '.'-..- R'.ver. the hero of Lullaby Land. Fishes come out of the water and walk v Chipmunks play marbles in Lullaby ••,'• Land. ' ' '•'••'.-.'..'•\"•••' Rabbits rise up on the prairie and talk Goslings go forward and giggle and gawk— Everything chatters, and all understand, \" After awhile ho jvill sail on the sea— tLlttle red duke, o h the prairie asleep. Daring the shot and the shell, he shall be Admiral, fighting for yon and for me. Flying the flag o'er the dangerous deep. Down at the Lido, where billows are blue, Back through t he vineyards to Florence . and ito...

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 — 19 April 1894

§0MM J. BDWABD HAKBIS, Publisher, \\Oiae'Â¥e»r::.^.v v^fv v/,.. ............. .. :.91M Six Months.... ....v. ... . i.. .... SO Tbre©Montli».s.....i .u..... .............. .85 8ingleCopies............V.... .............. .08 Advertising rates furnished upon application. Enttrtdat the Poitojftce in Sturgeon Say, '•::•, £0 eecond-ciass matter. WU. STURGEON BAIT, WIS., •APRIL 19. 1894. ' Democratic County Convention. Notice Is hereby alven that a Democratic County Convention for the purpose of electing, a chairman of the Democratic County Com- mittee In place of C. M. Whiteside, who has re- signed, will be bold at the court bouso, in the city of Sturgeon Bay, on Saturday. April 28th. 18M, at 8 o'clock In the afternoon. The basis of representation'from the several towns will be one delegate for every 85democratic votes cast at tbe last general election the number of del- egates from each town being as follows: Baileys Harbor......2 Brussels... -.8 Egg Harbor.........8 Gardner. - 8 J...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 19 April 1894

M M O C l l ^ : :.£ Gr+mdEiMcfr. •,T*•\"™,\"••,•T\"™^*,\"•,mmmM'. Sucee*$ornfthe \"Unabridged.\" Mterybady should own thu Dictionary. Ifcan- _ swersall questions concerning the hls- • tory,«p5Sng,pto- ' annotation, and J meaning of word*. Alttbraryin Itself, it also girea the often de- _ sired Information :conoerningcmlnentpenon« facts concern- lng the countries, cities*towns,.and nat- uratfeaturesof the globe particulars con- cerning noted fictitious personsandplaces translation of foreign quotations. It is in- valuable Mn the home, office, study, and schoolroom. ./:/* The One Great Standard Authority. Bon. D. JT. Drawer, Jtutioe of V. 8. Supreme Court, writes : \"The International Dictionary U tlia perfection of dictionaries. I commend It to all asthe one (m it standard authority.\" Sold byxil JlookaeUers* G. & C Merrlam Coty Publishers, Springfield, Moss. . jjjmjjjrrjjj^ I iy\"Do not buy cheapphoto- \\ numrajIDV , graphic reprinta of ancient VlUblJUNaKi J edition*. V \...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 19 April 1894

_.piiSiljf A p e r f ^ insurance against theft or accident is tl*e now famous mwmwBW^Kmsa^. - B O W , th e only bovr (ring) which cannot be pulled Or wrenched from the case. Can only be $$k had on cases containing Uiis trade mark. Sgjy » —MADK BY— . • • Keystone Watch Case Company, y , of Philadelphia. the oldest, largest, and most complete Watch' Case factory in the world—1500 employees 200 0 Watch Cases daily. One of its products is the celebrated Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases which, are just as good as solid cases, and . v cost about one half less. Sold by nil jewelers, without extra charge for Non-pull-out bow. Ask for pamphlet, or send to the manufacturers. A B A T i m TO T H ^ D ^ BICYCLES King of the Road Absolutely the Best All drop forgings and English steel tubing. Bearing strictly dust-proof. Elegant designs and light weight. Send j\\vo-Cent Stamp. Wanted. FOR TWENTY-FOUR PAOB CATALOOUB Honarcli Cycle Co. t Lnke and Hoisted 5ts . CHICAQO Wk A Bal l E n r a g e d b y a S l...

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