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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 19 April 1894

Hotr td K « e p Bread—Wome n and Acci- den t Insurance'—Physical Culture at H o m e — T h e Czarina—Woman as a Citi- zen—For th e Candle Party. S h e never though t she had an y points.. Sh e had quite mad e u p her m i n d t o th e ir- redeemable ugliness which, she h a d been told, wag ber lot. Then spoke a Rood, sweet, wis e w o m a n , \"As k your mother t o let y o u com e to spend th e day wit h m e w h e n n e x t yo u are going to a party, and w e wil l see w h a t can be done.\" S o the poor, ugl y duck ling went, and this is w h a t her fairy god- mother did for her: Sh e took her first for a short expedition, which interested and amused bu t did not tire her. The n she gave her a thoroughly comfortable lunch and made her lie dow n in a war m room for t w o or three hours. Th e short, refreshing sleep induced b y the warmt h and quiet ended and a cu p of tea enjoyed, th e dressing began. N o w , at home the routine of th e da y ha d never been interrupted becatise there w...

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 — 19 April 1894

NBHlMf^i^ PP£MSP?K? jpifppig ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^P m W$s?M issi THE DEM( i«^i8fi& « « l • *&£$<V i^^^^^^^^^^^^a ^|fl i&£e^^ ABSOLUTELY PURE BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. —\"The Witch of Rosenburg.\" —Don't forget to cat out that coupon. —See changes in the advertisements of JOB. F. Strob and Chas. Greisen. —The Pankratz mill will start op for the season on Monday of next week. —Last week R. T. Thorp purchased a couple of One roadsters which will be placed iu his livery stable. —The shingle mill of the Wm. O. Brown Manufacturing Co. will commence its sea- son's work on Monday next. —Last week's snow storm was the last dying kick of old winter, and since then the weather has been simply splendid. —It seems rather tough to have to ship hay into this region, but M. Cochems will receive. Ave carloads before the 23d inst. —Scoflold & Co. have several bicycles on exhibition in their store. A first class wheel can bo purchased from that firm at a very reasonable figure. —First ...

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 — 26 April 1894

I t e s % i ^ .•-.,: •x jv||| _ : ,-• Historical R0oms VOLUME XXI. STURGEON BAY, WIS. , THURSDAY, APRFL 26, 1804. NUMBER 30. OUR FIRST TRAIN OF CARS. THEY PASSED THROUGH THIS CITY ON TUESDAY. The Car Ferry Steamer Ann Arbor No. 3 | ' Mode Her First Trip to Menominee — I t ' Looks as Though the Boats Would Kuh'j To that Port Regularly, j • • . • ' • i On Tuesday morning the first railroad j train ran into tho city-of Sturgeon Bay, and while we have been waiting for years-' to welcome our first train this event didn't! exactly seem to fill the bill. This is pro-: bably due to the fact that instead of com- ing overland the cars were on board of the car-ferry steamer Ann Arbor No. 2, bound from Frankfort, Mich., to Menomi- nee. It was a railroad train, anyway, if it was on board a steamboat, and when it be- came known around town thut the big craft was coming down the bay an im- mense crowd of our people rushed down to the bridge to take a look both at the cars and at the ferry steamer,...

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 — 26 April 1894

P H I IStfl \" W e have in stocl a fine, line of New and Stylish Suitings, and we are better prepared than ever to give you clothes that arc 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 ol Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents' Furnishings. Also denlers in V1893JY OiAftLEJ Kim. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Dealer I'ti Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc, JACKSONPOUT WI *. 1 puy the hljrhest market, price fi Farm PrfKluco, OordwoocJ. In Posts and Ties. Public Doekiigp ut reuiionulilo rutea. Also buy Fresh and Suit. Finh. CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. , tlrlckoftho host quality for luiildlnir pur- pose* or l)r brick ittld down at any pier lu the county. Write lor pi lets. Tugs mid uteiimbanres supplied tvilli steamboat wood at all times. New. Meat, Market. Wo desire in call the...

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 — 26 April 1894

?:^'''s 'fe'& L.: t ^ '''-A':-: .•\\.' :.-'-v'-\"'•.. .^.-Vs^ v^'^-i'^'-:- '^..^! .^niii' : A/lia'lin k •n-'wrvr*''-':- «**»'-'* cuv* :\"\".-•\"•\"\"•'.SS'%'! THE DEMOCRAT,*•'•'lI«iriTiM!•|^'»•'w• THU|$SDAY, AI*EIfc 26,1894-. HI 1% 3£ : THAT DAY. . - •::,( : I *m dreaming, sweetheart, dreaming of the day—that wondrous day— When your eyes, with lorelight sparklinst, will beautify my way, .\"•'•'- And all hopes of fame and glory.In the dis- tance fade from view '•'•'.'•.'•\"••'. . ••'. When dreams of that day, dear one, make my heart beat all for you. No cloudlet hovers lonely in the beaming stretch of sky. As that day so full of promise on the wings of love draws nigh. In every flash of sunshine, on the roses bloom- ing fair, .•••Â».. I see the bright reflection of my sweetheart painted there. The gentle breeze that's toying with the daisies in the fields Tips with playful impudence, and kisses for me steals •• .':, - From those lips of richest ruby, where smiles foreverstay...

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 — 26 April 1894

&JDBMDCRATKJ? JOUftNA£ PUBUSRED ' J^'Ewi^feHAiuiuV •'.$:•: ^ „- /: -''.Publisher. :b^:- -^s^D&«r$ X SPBSCRWTIOK: dne•Yeat^^v • : v-: *. v-...*.' .::.:..,..... ... .f1100 8l*»on!$t^....Y.v.:.-....................... so ThreeMomnB.....:.,........... ...... .20 i|W|^C«pIe8....., . ..v........... • -m /Advertising rates furnished upon application. Entered at the ^ostofflce in Sturgeon Bay, Wit. '••.:-. at Btcond-ctan matter. STPBQEON BAY, W18., APRIL 80. 181M. liemocratlc County Convention. Notice Is hereby given that ft Democratic County Convention for the purpose of electing a chairman of the Democratic County Com- mittee in place of ,C. I Whiteside, who has re- signed, will be held at the court house, in the city of Sturgeon Bay. on Saturday, April 28th. IBM, at S o'clock in the afternoon. The basis or representation from the several towns will be one delegate for every 25democratic votes cast at the last general election the number of del- egates from each town being us ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 26 April 1894

W^mm THE DEMOCRAT - TEtTfltgPA-fr, AEKIIr 26 1894. t**ttt»AAAAI*AttAAAA&W&WWWWWH WEBSTER'S ACnmdEdncalair. ' . ..... • Succutoroffhe 1»I \"Unabridged.\" Mverybddy should own this Dictionary. It an- swers all questions concerning the his- tory, Bpelllng, pto- a nunclation, and J meaning ox word*. AXfibraxyUu Itsblf. i t also gives the often de- «lied Information concerning eminent persona tacts concern- ing the countries, cities, towns, and nat- ural features of the globe particulars con- cerning noted fictitious persons and places translation of foreign quotations. It is in- valuaWo in the home, office, study, and schoolroom. -.'-.• • . The One Great Standard Authority. Hon. D. J. Brewer, Justice of TJ. 8. Supreme Court, writes: \"The International Dictionary U the perfection of dictionaries. I commend it to all asthe one great standard authority.\" Sold by All Booksellers. G. & C. Merriam Co. Publishers, .Springfield, Afass. (3r**Po not l)H7 dienpphiito- graphicrepri...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 26 April 1894

\"riii0jgreat watch saver. Saves the watch frotnlfaieves and falls—cannot be pulled off lhefcliie~costshotbing extra.' The bow has a groove on each end. A collar runs down inside the pendant (stem) and tits into the grooves, firmly locking th e bow to the'pendant, so that it cannot be pulled or twisted off. Can only be had with cases stamped with this trade mark. J A s . B o s s Felled W a t c h C a s e s are flow fitted with this great bow (ring). They look and w e a r like solid gold cases. Cost only about half as much, andiare guaranteed for twenty years. Sold only through watch dealers. Remember the name : « « * - : A REMOTE AND UNROMANTIC REGION „ : OF THE NATIONAL'CAPITVVL.: KeystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. Th e Government Printing Office a n d It s Snrronndirigs—The Buildin g I s Snaky, ami So.Vre I t s Occnpautu—Importance o f Politic*. Backing—Ne w Public Printer. / T h e render w h o i s interested i n th e art of printin g should n o t neglec t t o visit th e large...

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 — 26 April 1894

tf HO G 'pfiMOClUTi^TJaiJ^lXA^ '^I^RIE' -: WOMM AND HOME. SOME PLAIN TALK ON THE SUBJECT OF CORSETS AND THEIR EFFECTS. Young Women In rarU — Woman Seen Through London Spectacle* — An 1838 Ball Dress—The Woman of the Future. A Delicious Way to Cook Shad. The human body is the most beautiful of areaten\" objects. I t is strong, delicate, sup- ple and graceful. This-applies pre eminent- ly t o the female form, but while woman seems to be (satisfied with the way God made'the trees, flowers and animals she is not satisfied with the way he\" made her body, so she seeks to improve perfection. She trusts God to shape and plan the un i the precise boundsof speech uhich \\vy our- selves may consider correct and self con^ trolled. . Suqh auimpetuoSit y should surely be forgiven more readily (than a deliberate sin, yet it is often visited:.Vf it h much Kraver displeasure. •\"-. 1 But then sinners con b,it out and defend .j themselves, wbjle ' the promulgator of a I uew theory has no weapon of d...

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 — 26 April 1894

::-'y^y^r::-^:u 5E THE DEMOCRAT, THUB8DAT, AFBH, 26, 1804. Bigbcst d£att iti keavening Powen^Late^ttF. & Gb v'i^bppxf: ABSOLUTE!* PUBE AMONG LOCAL MARINERS. MUST NOT BLOW PASSING SIGNALS DURING THICK WEATHER. An Order to This Effect-/Has Ju»t Been Is- sued—Various Item* of Local Interest-to Marine Men. The board of'supervising, inspectors of Steam vesBels recently issued HU'order de- claring the blowing of passing signals in a fog to be contrary to the law. The Ma- rine Record has the following to soy about the matter: Ajfrtin has the boiird of supervision-UIH|IOC-' t'orS of steam vessels \"put their foot in it\" and alarmed the lukc murine fraternity by tasuhnr ^department circular No. «(. relative to' fog signals. It is, or should be well known that the nam- ing signal* which the supervising' iiiHpcctora hftvo drilled Into hike manlci-M-und pilots is strictly, observed In all cases, not-excepting four, mist or falling snow, so that a steamer can't bo given helm when in the ...

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 — 3 May 1894

VOIiUME XXI. STURGEON BAY, WISjl THURSDAY* MAY 3 , 1804. NUMBER 31 . CITY COUWCIL MEETING. THE NEW 'ADMINISTRATION TAKES CHARGE OF-CITY AFFAIRS. Mayor Minor Introduce* the Custom of Delivering an Inaugural Address —The Slate W i i n t Even Cracked. The first meeting of the new city coun- cil was held on Tuesday evening. A large number of people were evidently curious to see what would be done by the, new ad- ministration, as the city hall was hardly large enough to hold the crowd that was •present. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Minor, all the aldermen being present. By way of introducing his ad- ministration Mr. Minor read to the coun- cil what we suppose would be considered his inaugural address,in which he reviewed the work of the past city administration and laid down the policy thatshould be fol- lowed by the present officials, calling the -attention of the aldermen to several sub- jects upon which action was essential. He bore down upon the late administration rather...

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 — 3 May 1894

S T U R G E O N B A Y , WIS . We hiave 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 upvvard. We also carry a large stock ot Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents' Furnishings. Also dealers In latches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. EEPA1KIN0 A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Dealer ID Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc, JACKSONPOUT WIS. 1 pay tho highest market price for Farm Produco. Oordwoort, Cedar Posts and Ties. Public Dookocre at reasonable rates. Also buy Prosh und 8nlt Fish. CREAM AND. SHEBOYGAN BRICK., Brick of tho best quality for building pur- poses or flro brick laid down at any pier In the county. Write for prim-a. Tugs and gteamlmrges supplied with steamboat wood at alt times. New. Meal. Market. Wo desire to enJl tho attention of tho p...

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 — 3 May 1894

THE DEMOCRAT,/TftC£tSDAT MAYt$V 1894. § vftAXtJffi&S 6Q0D NIGHTS v 7^ iHdyonnot hear the whisper In the hollow by the mill* \"..,'' r--:.^: For natwefatalking to the brook • That prattles beneath the hill: v : C V \"Child. *m.you not be atiM : • 'Will yon. not sleep? Little one, pretty .'..' one,look. '.. .»- •'•••••\" /•••-':'• It is worm today, but the grim north wind will come back. :, •',- •: • • . He is only skulking today Tossing and trampling the tumbled . leaves in the wood, \"' * And his brows are bad and black. Peace, little one, be good. Be good and be quiet Bleep, in your cra- dle of ice, .'• /'• \". And I wiltyhrow Softover you mycoverlet of snow. My coverlet to keep You sheltered in your sleep. To keep you sheltered sate from all cold winds that blow. Bleep, darling, have no fear,, For I am with you, dear.\" —Youth's Companion. BETWEEN THE ACTS. It was in 1870, when war had just been declared. MacMahon had received orders to cross • the frontier and strike a dec...

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 — 3 May 1894

A DBMOCBATIO JOURNAL. PPBLIBHiBD EDWABD HAKRIS, • • 'jpdbilBher. TERMS or BnBscBiPTioif: OneYear,..\\.. . . ... ............ ...MM Six Months..... ...................,..-.-.'...,' JJO ThreeMonths................................ .25 Single Copies v ........... ............ ...... 08 Advertising rates tarnished upon application. Rnttred at th* lo$tqffUe in 8turgeon Bay, Wl$. at ncond-ciatt matter. : '•••.. STURGEON BAF, WIS., Hay 3. 18M. A WORD TO MAYOR MINOR. You are now mayor. * You got the most votes. You have made some bad breaks. Be good now. Take a tumble to yourself.. Show.the people of Sturgeon Bay that you are not half- as black as Frank Long used to paint you. • Turn over a new leaf. ' Be a business mayor. Remember that there are four wards in the city and that you are mayor of all of them. Try and keep up the reputation of our little city. Be sensible. Be independent and do right. Don't let your little gunning expedition after a congressional seat interfere with giving JQVJ...

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 — 3 May 1894

IPiiiiSffiiOT S#|^p*|^^^^p| THB DEMOCRAT, •THEpSDAY* MAY $r 1 8 ^ WBBSTJBJg'S •jltnmiiftA, AOrmmiE* •Kim.. ftluTtmutU Succettorqfth* •'UnMbrid&d.' should own: this Dictionary. It an- swers ill questions concerning the his-, toiy, speuTng, pro- s' nonclmaon, sad meaning of words. Alffbraiyin Itself, it also gives the often de- sired information eonoerningemlnentpenoos facts conoern- tag the countries, cities, towns, and nat- oral features of the globe particulars con- cerning notedflotltlons personsandplaces: translation of foreign quotations. It is in- valuable In the home, office, study, and schoolroom. : The One Great Standard Authority. Hon.D.J.Brewer,JatueeotU.S.Supreme Coon,write*J \"The International Dictionary is the perfection of dictionaries. I commend It to all asthe one great standard authority.\" _ SotdbyAU Booksellers. G. &: C. Merriant Co. Publishers, Springfield, Mass. y\"Do not bnycheapphoto- graphic reprints oftm\" ' ealaonn. ancien t \"WEBSIEKS INTERN/nUNAE...

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 — 3 May 1894

Bow oh the Jas. Boss Filled Watch Casts, made by the Keystone Watch Case Com- pany, Philadelphia. It pro- tects the Watch from the pick* pockety and prevents it from dropping. Can only be had with cases stamped JHL''•-\"•' with this trade mark, j^g Sold, without extra charge for this bow (ring), through Watch dealers only. ^ Ask your jeweler for pam- phlet, or send to makers. E. C. CAfftERON Manufacturer or and dealer In nil kinds of • * AHNAPKE. \" '- WIS. ELY'S GREAMBALM Is quickly • aliKurbcd. Cleanses the Na.al I*a8»nge», Allays Fain ami - Inflammation, Heals the Sores. Protect* the Membrane from Additional Cold. Keitores the gen.e* of Taste and Sine. IT WILL CUBE. H A Y - F E V E R Apnrtlclols miplh'-l ini'-»nch tin-nil Hnrt is agreeable. TrUe Mi\". ntR«t Unmulsis or by nnill. ELY Ulto'l'lllilt-, Ml Wainn Si.. N. Y. jpllillliSillll $6jtd Beowai* !Was . Smart, and the Spirit : «TStelf Sacrifice Was Strony Within Him. The Major Tells Why He Doesn't I4ke to / ^Isri't that ft ...

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 — 3 May 1894

'^^^!W : ^Ak^:^''::::: ::^w}:' ^ -'.^::^::^v::^V.. : : ':^-'\"• '•: '' • •'•' TACTIC T»TCliiTfirii?^ATVv'TOiM 1 If ST»itr.''•\"'.'toA'-vv': « ' S s n i . ' \"\" ' ' • . -'\\ • :'\".- -•'•.. &-< THE BEMOGRAT, rl^JRSDA^^ JktAX^S,• 1804.'' NPTYOKK FASHIONS, MATE LEftOf WRITES OF SPRING AND SUMMER FABRICS. Those Materials Whic h Sho w a Decided Di- agonal Weav e Make th e Most Stylish Street Gowns—A Great Revival o f t h e Lace Dress I n Prospect. [Copyright, 16M, by- American Press Associa- o . tion.] I t h i n k there w i l l bo n o m o r e \" n e w \" fabrics s h o w n n o w until th e strictly glim- m e r goods ore o n exhibition b u t there are numberless w a y s of m a k i n g u p those n o w o n sale. T h e onl y n e w t h i n g I s a w dur- i n g tho w h o l e past wee k w a s a lin e of de- beige i n colors. Heretofore there w a s onl y gray, a n d thi s formed by black a n d whit o threads, w o v e n i n th e sonio m a n n e r a s tho gray 6ilk war p henrietta. B...

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 — 3 May 1894

y BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. —Today is Asoension day. —Clip out that coupon and get another part of the World's Columbian Exposition Illustrated. —Bee changed in advertisements of Chas. Greisen and Jas. A. Heard. Also local of Dr. A. H. Chandler. —Miss Laura Simpson remains in the postoftice, Miss Annie Wagener being also employed as clerk. —Scofleld & Co. have an advertisement of the \"Quick Meal\" gasoline stoves in to- day's paper which may interest you. —Are you troubled with that \"tired feel- ing.\" If so, subscribe for THB DEMOCRAT and be happy. Fifty-two dosos for $1.00. —Antone Fengler's new bakery building ou St. John street is up and enclosed, it having been hustled along at a lively rate. —The front of Henry Hahn's now block is all up and its appearance is very fine. Henry will have one of the' finest stores in the city. —Several of \"the boys\" have about made up their minds that you can't tell from the looks of a keg what there is in- side of it. —A genuine Chinaman made h...

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 — 10 May 1894

mmmmw I1 ¥kriJ£jr^g£As VOLUME XXI. STURGEON BAY, WIS.y THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1894. NUMBER 32. ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED. SAD FATEOF WILLIAM VIBBER, A RES- IDENT OF KEWAUNEE. He Fell Overboard From a Small Boat Willie On Hit Way Out to the Schooner On Which ^ s , W a s Working. William Vibber, of Kewaunee, a young man about twenty-one years of age, was drowned in this bay on Sunday afternoon. Mr Vibber was employed as a sailor on the schooner Farrand H. Williams, aud the ac- eide\"i%occurred while he was returning to the vesselfrom a trip ashore in the yawl- boat. The^schooner was laying here wind- bound, being anchored out in the bay a short distance we of the brewery. Sun- day morning they s ran out of provisions and young Vibber, together with Louis an d Hans Hanson, sons ti^the captain of the craft, started for this city^tp purchase the needed supplies. They start$(l about ten o'clock in the forenoon, going Ashore in the yawlboat and lauding at the brewrsry dock, from where they walked...

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 — 10 May 1894

We have in stock a fine line of New arid Stylish Suitings, and we are better prepared than ever to give you clothes that'arc 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. BEPAIKINQ A SPECIALTY. . Jos. LeMere, Dealer In Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc, JACK80NPORT - WI3. lpay tho highest market nrlco lor Farm Produce. Cordwood, Odnr Pouts find Ties. Public Dockage at reasonable niton. Also buy Fresh and Salt Fish. CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. Drlekof the best quality for building pur- poses or fire brick laid down ut any pier in the county. .Write for prims. Tugs mid Nteanibnrges supplied with steamboat wood at all times. New. Meat, Market. We (lt'Blre to call the attention of the people of Sturgeon Hay to the ta...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
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