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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 March 1894

Mrs. Ingersoll's Mail. MrB. Robert G. Ingereoll receives al- moBt aa many letters as her husband, and most of the letters inclose religions tracts. „ A Modern Invalid. Has tasted medicinally, in keeping with other luxuries. A remedy must- be pleas- antly acceptable in form, purely -wholesome in composition, truly beneficial in cifect and entirely free from every objectionable quality. It' really ill he consults a phy- sician if constipated he uses the .gentle family laxative Syrup of Figs. CHEYENNE, Wye, is 6,000 feet above the eea, is 1,918 miles from New York, 1,34S from San Francisco and 1,432 from Galveston! , . 1,213 IICSHKLS O N I O N S T E R A C R E . Do you want tine vegetables just twenty days ahead o( your neighbors? If 60, send 81 for Sulver's 35 packages earliest vegetable novelties (sufficient for a family). His seeds are Northern grown, extremely early, enormously productive Think of it! R. Bey, California, grew 1,213 bushels onions from Salzer's seed rer acre. How? Th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 March 1894

TH&FfiRM. T'»e Weed Crop. As regularly as the seasons return, returns also the primeval curse, \"thorns and thistles shall the earth bring forth.\" Fanners have battled with weeds from the time of Adam down. Still weeds prevail, increasing in variety and in numbers with the age of the country, with the extension of the railroads, and with every means of inter-communica- tion. Commerce is the great weed distributor, worse even than the winds of heaven. The Canada thistle comes in the boxes in which' crockery ware is packed in the East, commences in thegenerally grocers1 back yard and in time spreads to the surrounding country. The love oi beauty induces the good woman to gather the beautiful oxeye daisy when oil a visit to a friend in a neighboring county, and grow it as a house plant, and in due time it expands over the farm. The railroads bring the weeds from the desert into the fertile prairie, sift them out on the right of way, where they fake on new life and vigor with incr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 March 1894

''5*wlsl^^^^ft^ftiiiiSI: VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAR. 10, l$94. isrolw SPECIAL COLUMN. AdvertlMements under this heart will be inserted for two cents per. line each insertion. • style organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock Also violins, accordeons, etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me at Opera Hall. H. HAHN. WANTED.—Everybodyprinting, to know that we do every kind of job neatly, and promptly and al reasonable rates. Send your orders to this ofllce b O C f \\ L . and cheapest place in Door county in w Job Printing is at this ofllce. Send your orders. WANTED—DRESSMAKING,floorMisfs by Dora Larson, rooms on second o Capt. McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. I^OKoneSALthe--By E G. W. Allen, of this city, of llnest forties for a fruit farm in the county and it is worth while to remember that Door county is, and is to be, the fruit repion of Wisconsin. Tolls have been collected ou the brid...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 March 1894

\" ' * l i l G i N T i DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JNO. J. PINNEY, - Publisher. SHOT DEAD AT THE POLLS. A Republican Inspector Killed at troy and H!s Brother Wounded. TROY, N. Y., March 6.—Robert Ross, a Republican pplla watcher, was shot dead, and his brother William mortally wounded this afternoon. About 12:150 o'clock a row broke out in the First District of the Thirteenth Ward. The Malloy men, it was stated by the Republicans, were running in re- peaters. Among the Republican watch- era were Ross and his brother., They grabbed at. a couple of men who ,..-' were being ehoved forward to Vote. During the fracas three or four shots were fired. When the reserve police force finally restored order Robert Ross was found lying on the ground dead, and his brother William was near bv fatally hurt. Several others were in bad shape, many men being pounded unty their faces were unrecoenizable. On the opposite side of the street was Batt Shaw, a Democrat, also lving dead in the gutter. The .M...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 March 1894

IN CONGRESS. The Senate. |*WASHIKGTOX, D. C . March 1.—Among pe- titions and memorials presented to-day in the Senate was one by Mr. George (Dem., Miss,) asking for an amendment to the con- stitution acknowledging the dependence of the country on Almighty God. Mr. Culloru (Rep., 111.) introduced, a resolution pro- viding for the establishment of a tariff commission of nine to regulate the tariff on the basis of the difference of wages here an d abroad. The motion was laid On tne •table temporarily. Air. Voorhees (Deln., Ind.) stated that at't-he request, indeed by th e demand, of Mr. Mills (Dem., Tex.), lie withdrew the resolution offered yesterday, appointing Mr. Mills a temporary member of the finance committee. Mr. Frye (Rep., Me.) then took u p his Hawaiian speech. H e severely criticised Blount's course. On motion of Mr. Cock- rell (Dem.. Mo.) the Senate passed with sun- dry amendments the House bill providing for urgentdeficieneies. Adjourned to Mon- day. WASIUSOTOK, D. C , Ma...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 March 1894

DOOR 60UHTY DEHMKJRftT. succeeded by dint of ..economy and hard gres*. I t never had any foothold In the j T H E * F f l R M . work in being' able to make a living west, jfs strength lying mainly in the? M. E. LAWRENCE, Entered at \"the 'mxtnfikt nt Sturgeon Hay, as \\ .. » \" : , . , , . , , _, . , . r» _r JI i «*«,« *JW matter. | ana pay taxes, often looked with long- Middle and Eastern states. During all I '^1£Z^^^'~W^K^BY~''~'\" ^ i n l a n d perhaps.envy on onr more for- the period ot its existence the demo-1 PROPRIETOR OF ^OHN ..J. PINN.EY, Krfitor anrt Proprietor. Feeding Wool. [S. Keary in American AgrtciUurist-l '•. • • . •- ! tunate neighbors. And then, too, the I eratie party was its constant, vigorous, i Dropping the woof is a frequent trou- . G \" R S * H M E f \\ T M A R K E T j thought earner Wonidrrt it have been [and outspoken opponent and in 1860 {f% w i t n sheep. There are many differ- - - | ,. — , foetter- for this scientific commission,! the last remnant ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 March 1894

STATE PRESS. The New York Sun says that the Democratic party has adopted the \"block system.1' Now, if the republican senate minority will only abandon the blockade system, the country will probably be relieved by some much needed, legisla- ~.ti6Eu— Oconto Enquinr, Gustav Kusterman very wisely inti- mates that he thinks more, of a pust- office even under a Democratic president than he does for the empty honor of be- / ing a Republican .sachem. There are no flies on Mr. Kusterman. even if lie is a •constituent of the'Green Kay Gazette.— Mil. Journal. measure should be supported by allionl i democratic senators, and there should be no further departure from it than is get no hall, and the only church that he j warranted by the constitutional power j o U ^ i ^ W ^ j J ' ^ g ^ ' r . ^ f c p M ^ to amend. No real democrat will fall \" r \" 1 ^ \" ^ ^ ' ^ 1 ? ^ - P : ^ \" ^ S ^ ! ^ What will Sims do with lowers after the parade h •2.(100 fol-i He can ! A. W. LAWRENCE & C0. i T h e ']V...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 March 1894

CUE BUBAL READERS. SOMETHING HERE THAT WILL INTEREST THEM. ««mail Fruits as Mortgage Utters\" — Wheat as a Side Product—A Harriots Horso—Convenient Mllk-Koom JDovlco— Substantial Farm Gate. A Mllk-Kooxn Uevice. Wha t housewife has not had trouble aaain and again to tell just how old is the milk in each pan in her milk-room? When the same number of pans are used a t each milking, and these can be always placed in regular order upon th e shelves, there may bo little danger of getting luesday morning's milk mixed up with that of Monday night but sometimes there is room for only a part of the pans upon one shelf, and so some must he placed out of order or an unequal number of pans may be used and in these ways Un- certainty often arises as to the ape of th e milk. Tiio trouble may be Is th e variation—this particular one of Mr. Schieflelin, is, however, unique. When our botanical friends get done naming and describing ''hy- brid\" oaks, the he oflock oilers a rich field for the extens...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 March 1894

SEE \"Colchester\" Spading Boot ad. in an- other column. ANTS have a regular system of sports, including races. • TSREE LETTERS to remember—P. P. P . They'll help t o remind you of Dr. Pierced Pleasant Pellets —an d those are the things t o keep in mind whenever your liver, your stom- ach, or your bowels ar e out of order. If you're troubled •with costivehess, wind and pain in the stom- ach, giddiness or dis- turbed sleep, you'll find these little Pellets just •what you •want—tiny in size, s^gar-coated pleasant t o take and pleasant m the wa y they act. They tone u p and strengthen the lining membranes of the stpmach and bow- els, and do permanent good. To prevent, relieve, and cure Biliousness, Dizziness, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Sick or Bilious Headaches, and Indigestion, take Dr. Pierce's Pellets. If they're not satis- factory, in every wa y and in every case, you have your money back. The \"ol d reliable\"—Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy has been sold for thirty years. Ha s cured t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 March 1894

IN Tfife COUNTY. .' UKION. .:• / Chas. Jeanquart and son went to the Stock Fair at Depere last weefc with a load of pigs. \\ Messrs. M. .Baudlum and Hrfbert Jan- quet have been traveling the past two weeks each, seeking to buy ta two year old•filly or mare, but as yet they have made no.purchase. They want extra fine animals at extra low prices, hence the difficulty to make a deal. Aleck Lefebore of this town, who spent 80.days in jail at Green Bay dur- ing the past winter, when released skip- ped for parts unknown and leaves his family, wife and four small children, here in destitute \"circumstances- The family is now supported by the town. There was a ease in the justice, court of Thos. J. Moore last week. A warrant of attachment. Win, Burette and son against Isadore (Jailoine. Tin- chattels in litigation were 311,(XX) cedar 'shingles. The action wasn't prosecuted to a final judgement, but was dismissed from the fact that three months earnings, at SfiO a month, of a married person ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 March 1894

I'iiiSSliiSillSff^Sli SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under this head .wilt be inserted'for two cents per line, each Insertion. style organs which 1 will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accordeons, etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save a t least 25 per cent, by culling on me at. Opera Hall. B. HAHN. WANTED.—EverybodyprintinKw to kno that we do every kinu of,job . neatly,and promptly and-at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office • ' * W ANTED—EvervDody to know that the best and cheapest place in Door county to get Job Printing is at this office. Send your orders. WLarson, ANTED—DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora' rooms on second floor of Capt. McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. I ?OU S A L E - B y G. \\V. Allen, of this citv, one of the finest forties for a fruit farm in the county: and it is worth while to remember that Door county is, and is to be* the fruit region of Wisconsin.' . . :S TCVARM FOH SALE — The Wn Halstead •T farm, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 March 1894

DOOR COUNT? DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. .HO. J. PINNEY, - - Publisher. I SLAIN. BY A BANKER. , Texas Bank President Kins .His Cashier in a Pistol Fight. FORT Wotcm, Tex., March 13—Jnst after 9:30 o'clock this morning E. M. Page, formerly president of the Mer- chants' National Bunk, in a room in the JHirschfield building on Houston Street, shot and killed A. B. Smith, formerly .cashier of the same bank. Pace was alone in a room now being used by the bank to wind up its affairs, when Smith, •who had been in the adjoining office of Capt. T. A. Ticlball, entered to talk to Page about bank affairs. What \"words passed no one but Page known, but almost immediately shooting com- menced, four or live sbotB being tired. Smith was shot through the brain, dying instantly. Pace was placed in jail. There has lieon hard feeling between Page and Smith for some time, and on a former occasion they had a shooting affray in the hank office, in which Page was slightly wounded. NUNS IN PUBLIC SGuOOLS. S...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 March 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. H O W A G R E V I O U S W R O N G W A S A V E N G E D . C H A P T E K I V . \" T o n know,\" she said, \"that I -went to take my music lesson. My mistress hud gone out and she came ia late, so that in- stead of beginning at three we did not (be- gin until four. When we had finished it •was getting dusk.' Madame Sirine offered to send her servant home with me. I re- fused to trouble her. Why should I be afraid to go alone to-day, when I had walk- e d that -way • alone a hundred times? I •walked very quickly, for I knew I was late an d felt afraid of your being uneasy. Whe n I entered our street I noticed a troika, gal- loping towaids me. You know father, that I fear meeting that kind of a vehicle, the occupants of •which are as a rule not very considerate of the feelings of young girls, s o I slackened my pace, thinking that as usual, it would turn down the street lead- ing oat of the town. I do not know why the driver slackened his pace clso. There was nothing for...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 March 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEM06RftT, Entered at (he poslofficr. at Sturgeon Bay, as second clasH matter. 'PUBLISHED WKKKLY BY J O H N J . P I N N E Y , Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. All persons addressing'communications to the DOOR COUNTY DBWOCKAT, will please address the jmMi.sbo.rand not the paper alone. Always address as follows: • •* ,1NO. J. PIKNEY. Publisher. Sturgeon Hay. Wis. STCmrEi^AYT^sTlSlAlI 17.1894. is well to stop and inquire once in a while \"what thesesmoothtalking fellows mean by the terras-they use. Pennsyl- vania is \"the greatest industrial state,1' because it has. the greatest number of protected industries. But it would never do to put it that way, because that would imply that all industries are not protected. Neither would it do to say that Pennsylvania is the. \"best pro- \"It seems probable that a tax will lie placed upon iron ore in the new tariff chiefly because the Alabama senators demand it, and the reasons which make the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 March 1894

Meteorological, Our observations are taken from a Fahrenheit thermometer, stationed among the green pines back' half a mile from the bay shore, and about eighty feet above tho level of the bay. Week ends Mareh 15. DAY. A. M. 1 I'.'M. 7 r. M. Friday Saturday •Sunday ' Monday Tuesday We'ivsdav :W above- 55',* abovoj Ij-l above So \" U \" 147 '• :Yi - •• ! A-i \" I 35 •' 33 \" ! 50 '• | 31* '• in \"•' ! si» •• au ••band Thursday | 32 ••• 4V The averagi- temperature for th e week has been a little h-ss than 3tii de- grees above zero. This is :i fraetiou f a degree warmer than last week, al- though the weather has been less pleas- ant. Th e heavy wind Saturday night, one o r two slight snows whieh soon dis- appeared, and generally prevailing eold raw winds, have been the noticeable features for the week just closed. WOMEN AS FARMERS. I Many of Them Have Been Successful Ro» j yond Expectation. j Th e state o f Michigan ha s an u n - j usually large number of wome n en - ) gaged in agric...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 March 1894

'\" MARINE NEWS. The consolidation of the Northern Michigan and Seymour transporta- tion companies tiaB led to arrange- ments which threaten to encroach ma- terially upon the passenger traftic be- tween Milwaukee, Ludingtonand points •start,ii along the east shore of Lake Michigan that has hitherto been enjoyed '•almoin exclusively bv the Flint & Pere Marquette boats. .The Meamers Puritan •atwi Lawrence will constitute a daily litttt between Milwaukee, Ludington, &ianistee and Frankfort, where, under -a trafiic arrangement with the Toledo, t\\nn Arbor and North Michigans close v/mnections will be made with the pas- wSnger trains of that road. .This is a bold .stroke as it will constitute a new lake and rail passenger and freight route l«lwecnJ\\filwaukce and thojtfast. The wleamer I'etoskey will run from Chicago to Manistee, Pctoskey and Mackinac, while the City of Charlevoix will run 'between Milwaukee and Mackinac, touching at Sheboygan and Manitowoc -iif siiifiidont enco...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 March 1894

T h e M o d e r n W a y Commends itself to the well-formed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was formcr- ily done in the crudest manner and disagree- ably as 'well. To cleanse the system ami break up colds, beada'ches and'fevers with- out1 unpleasant after effects, vise the delight- ful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. T H E peace footinc of the Russian army calls for th e service of 170,000 horses'. A T t X a .AJLaCXNnEJ, both in the way it acts, and in the way it's eold, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov- ery. A long procession of diseases start from a torpid liver and impure blood. Take it, as you ought, when you feel the first symp- toms (languor, loss of appetite, dullness, de- pression). As an appetizing, restorative \"\"• tonic, to repel disease and build up the\" heeded flesh and strength, there's noth- ing to equal it. It rouses every organ into healthful action, purifies and en- riches the blood, braces up the whole system, and re- stores health and vigor. ....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 March 1894

STATU PRESS. This is just as good for Sturgeon Jlay as for 'Milwaukee: \"If the. democratic party wauls to win in this election it must nominate new candidates, able, conscientious and popular men. and not professional politicians and chronic of- fice holders.'—Kuryer Pohki, A local republican morning paper prints a Chicago dispatch stating that a'doctor has discovered that sun spots cause smallpox. Thank heaven it has found something which it does not charge to the Wilson bill.—Milwaukee Journal. We notice, by our exchanges, that I he A. P. A had Concluded to affiliate with the republicans in Milwaukee this spring. Great Scott! What or who else could they affiliate with'/ No par- ty, or set of men. who would deny anyone the right to worship God ac- cording to the dictates »f his own con- science, could'affiliate with any other party. They are but know-nothings under a new name.—-Wniimn ViUtt-lU- View. of Week by week the list of mills -which 1 have resumed work grows longer, and j...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 March 1894

1$$$ VOL.. 2 . STURGEO N BAY, WIS. , SATURDAY , MAR. 24* 1894 . 3STO M SPECIA L COLUMN . Advertisements under this head will be inserted for tw o cents- per line each Insertion. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accordeons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save a t least 25 per cent, by calling on me a t Opera Hall. B. HAHN. every kino, of job printing, neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office LOOftL . WLarson, ANTED—DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora rooms on second floor of Capt. McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. one of the finest forties for a fruit farm in the county and it is worth while to remember that Door county is, and is to be, the fruit region of Wisconsin. FARM FOR SALE —The W E Halstead farm, in the town of JacUsonport. For particulars call at this office, or address Dr. A. E. Halstead, Chicago, 111. other 8 years old. Weight abou...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 March 1894

BOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. . JNO. J. PIKREY, - - Publisher. NEW OFFICERS ARE NAMED. MiCftigan Supreme Court Endorses the Re- moval of the Canvassing Board. LAXSINO, Midi., March 20.—The su- premo court this morning rendered A decision sustaining Gov. 'limb in re- moving Secretary of State Joachim, State Treasurer Hambitzer and •Lam) Commissioner Berry for gros« negligence in failing personall to canvass the returns on the salai amendment at the election of ISO., The court holds that it was within the power of fheCovcrnor to remove such officials under the constitution and t'-:it he h::e power to determine as to the facjs. A judgment of oufter is er.tc-red. t As BOOU as the decision was read, Coi. Atkinson, for (he canvassers,announced that he would appeal the cape to the United States supreme court and asked for a slay of proceedings. Chief Justice McGrath refused the stay, saying the point could be determined just at-: well if the ouster-went into effect immedi- ately...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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