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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 June 1894

ALMOST GIVEN AWAY To the Readers of this Paper. For full particulars see Page 5. S ^tHil a loverbrice,\" she sighed ' y^s^Yesi Justbefore I married yon. Who listened when I spoke and tried To answer all my questions too. 'f ,**8o courteous and so kind—so goodl : He'd never think a man could be As thoughtless and indeed as rude As you too often are to me. .*The Jewel of my love once won, , He used to swear, could ne'er grow dim. He could not dream that any one Cou|d whistle when I sp6ke to Mm. \"K he had faults, he kept them hid. I should have married him? Yes, true. And that's exactly what I did. My perfect lover, sir, was—you.M —Madeline S. Bridges in Chicago Times. THAT SCHOOLMATE. \" T o be hanged until he was dead.\" Did. he hear the words aright, that white faced boy standing before that crowd of upturn- ed faces? Ah, yes, he heard them! \"I can die,\" he thought Then his eyes sought among them all for one face that he could trust, for one that might believe him innocent of the...

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 — 14 June 1894

im A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL. PUBLISHED One Yes*. i:l&r £'i& v .,.. /.'.'. •'...' ^ILOO Three3Conth» ii.v*i..j.v...:. .......,... . .25 Single Ob|p»lM iiiWf.v»,..^'..•..-'*'..•-'.• .:. Advertising rates famished upon application. Entered at the Poitofflce in Sturgeon Bay WU. a* tecond-clati matter. STURGEON BAY. WIS., JUffB 14. 18M. JOHN NAOLE, of the Manitowoc Pilot,, was not much of a Peck man, during Geo. W's. first term, but he believes in giving everybody his dues. He* covers the ground in the following few lines: \"Wisconsin never bad a better administration than it had since the denocratlc party went into power in 1891.\" ISN'T it rather strange that while the re- publican platforms recently adopted in Ohio, Indiana and Kansas joined in a gen- eral denunciation of democratic theories they entirely neglected to say anything about that \"iniquitous income tax.\" The attention of our republican contempora- ries is respectfully directed to this fact. nificant they ought to...

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 — 14 June 1894

894. J \" ioupKof treats always good, \"v r-- ^:T v , ^When resting from your toil - : , It acts upon the nervous system,' i Like rain upon the 60II. : • : • The rain you know It cools the eoll » V _ And strengthens vegetation, • vWhile Tea it cools the fevered brain, And gives strength against vexation. - - --So do cot fear to use good Tea, Whene'er your fancy craves Twiil help to lead a peaoeful life, • While neartng to your graves. This Is the kind of Tea to be found only at James R. jMann's Tea Store, and at prices that for quality of goods defy competition. We hare decided for the next 30 Days* to give with each poand or Tea at the osnal low pric- es, a Valuable Present to induce others who hare not ased onr Teas to try them. Once a easterner for onr Teas means always one. Yours truly, ••*_'' .^...JAMES ft. MANN, Masse Block Sturgeon Bay. Hard T i m e s . . . . . .. Won't Affect Youi IF YOU GO TO FJEZDMJLXX'S FOR TOUR GROCERIES. LOOK AT THESE PRICES. 35 lbs. good Cnrrauts, - 8...

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 — 14 June 1894

Filled are all gold sifiu Myou can see. They look like solidcaia^wdtf like solid ca«e8, and are 10M caaes for all jptactical purpose*—yet only cost s & o ^ b ^ ^ and-out solid gold case. Warranted to wear many in constant use- foTthirtyyears. Better than ever since they are howfitted^lit via extra cost, with the great bow (ring) which tannoi btfulUd or twisted only bo bad on the cases - aUntped with this trade murk. All others have the old-style pull-out which is only held to the case by friction, and can be twisted off with the fingers. Sold only through watch dealers. Ask to see pamphlet, or send for one to the makers. KeystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA . E. C. CAMERON Manufuoturcr.or uurl dealer In all kinds of AHNAPKB. WIS. mumam CATARR H la quickly absorbed. Cleanaea the Naaal Pasaago*, Allaya Pain and Inflammation, Heals the Sores. Protects the Membrane from Additional Cold. Restores the Senses of Thate and Smell. IT WILL OUKB. COLD'N HEAD A partiolo Is nppltad I'M\" ea...

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 — 14 June 1894

WIW^:\"Mm-mmM Wcft^iTis P6SSIBUEFOR ALL VVOMEN ^V^man' B .life- Iiuuranoe—^nsexliig Herr- ^0| *e)U^-jaow: to Fumigate aBoom—Sweep- |-K .\\ She 1B. not born -.but mado, it&aitS^moat • %# charming woman who may not have the : graceof. a dancing nymph or the color of i| '|X:a.pictur of spring idealized, but who Is ' t w e e t with cleanliness plus an Indefinable «K something more. Wbmen-whodo not im- •^^press •.the.. ''observer as she does, \". • women | •' who look unkempt when they have tum- bled out of bed and bunched up their hair, S t woinon who are nothing less than untidy 4ff when -the wind has done, its work with C then- hair and the : dust with their oqm- pleadons, attribute to the dainty woman an Inborn daintiness. \" S h e always looks like • a MayTnorning,•' • they say, 4 ' whether she's been sleeping sbc hours in an upper berth . . o r nine in her own big, well aired room. *:. It's a gift, like a voice or an artistic eye.\" v ' 1:' •: They are all -wrong. It's an acqu...

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 — 14 June 1894

A .^«»^$piP\"i^^ ABSOLUTELY PURE BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. v i ,4-fiit pree*rit tije typhoid fever,'patients • ate all getting along finely and the chances :^aM' ti^t.ibe7.wlUtflr80oyer..'' :''l- ^-:• • ^p.'6n!t fall-to'' bear Eon J. Beauchamp's fljnstlecture at the Opera^puse Thursday W iiightrJune2l8t. Admiasion^ree. —The band will go to Green^ay with • the old soldiers next Monday evening and will furnish music during the reunionr^NV —-J. S. Hay is having a~well drilled^ alongside the rear end of his store building, on the north side. Ed Birmingham is do- ing the job. —Martin Knudson is having a well drill- ed on his premises on Pine street, the work being done by the Bowe Bros, with their steam drilling machine. —There are about one hundred men at work on the line of the railroad between this city and Ahnapee and the work is moving along at a satisfactory rate. —All the roils for laying the railroad track to this city from Kewaunee have been received, at Ahnapee, and it won't be Jong...

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 — 21 June 1894

VOLUME XXI . STURGEON BAY, AVIS., THURSDAY, JUN E 21 , 1SU4. NUMBER 37 . i l LE OEilJieHERY. 7FKe Way E S* Minor Betrayed His Party Four Years Ago. ffl INTERESTING POLITICAL M L. N He Spent Republican Funds to Aid Dem- ocratic Candidates and Expects His Party To Beward Him With, a Seat In Congress —Complete Exposure of the Tricky Poli- tician and His Peculiar Methods. The campaign of 1890 will long be re- membered as one of the hottest political contests that ever took place in even this county, which is noted for the excessive warmth of its politics. The result of the election held in the fall' of that year was that a republican majority ranging in some cases as high as 1,400,was reduced to a beg- garly hundred or two, and the democratic candidates for state senator and assembly- man actually carried the county.! The his- tory of how this change was brought about may prove interesting to those who were not oh the \"inside'? during the campaign. Probably not more than a, half dozen ...

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 — 21 June 1894

StfUKGEON BAY, WIS. \\Vehave 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 giye 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 dealers in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. KEPA1MIN0 A SI'F.CIALTV. Jos. LeMere, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc. JACKSONPORT wis. 1 pay thoblithest mrirkot Trl\" for Kiirro •Prodiu'0. ronlwooil, Ci-dtir PORIH and Ties. Pubilo Docknge at rcnsounblorates. Also biiy Fresh and Suit I'IHII. '.-CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. ririckoftho bopt quality Tor hiilidlnfr imr- posos or lire hrit-k Inid ilown at any pier In the county. Write for priws*. Tugs IIIH! Ntft'ninluinres supplied with Htcamuoat wood at all times. KOGEJt 12ATOUGH, Doaler In Farming Implements, B...

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 — 21 June 1894

$'0WkWm' ALMOST GIVEN AWAY To the Readers of this Paper. For full particulars see Page 5, OLD BOOKS. Deepen the past I peer and see , I'child upon the nursery floor, folding a book upon his knee, • Who asks, like Oliver, for more, The number of Lis years is four. And yet in letters hath he skill. How dxsep ho dives In fairy lorel The books he loved, I love them still. One gift the fairies save me. Three They commonly bestowed of yoro— The love of books, the golden key That opens the enchanted door. .Behind it Bluebeard lurks, and o'er And o'er doth Jack his giants kill. And there is all Aladdin's store. The books I loved I love them still. Take all, but leave my books to me] Those heavy creels of old we loved We fill not now nor wander free, Kor wear the heart that onco we wore. Not now each river sapms to pour His waters from the nSse's6 hill. Though sometimes gone from stream to shore. Tho books I loved, I love them still. —Andrew Long. HIS .TYPEWETTER. Mr. Walker had brought his ...

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 — 21 June 1894

i DSMOCaATTO i JOtTRNMjrPUBLISHKD BVBET THBBBDAT AFTEBNOON. 3. ED-WARD HAHKIB, Publisher. \"OneTfear v.',v.v*'V, t.vv. ...........' Six Months. .^.. ..................... Three Months......... •• Single Copies... • Advertising rates fu rntobed upon application. Entered at tit yottoJleeTrTStitrgeotf Bay, Wit. :„ at $econd-cla»$ matter. •••'. 11.00 .25 STURGEON BAIT, WIS., JUNE 21j 1604. Wg, noticed one of the men to whom E. S. Mitfor gave $20 id 1890 present as a dele- „ gate at Tuesday's convention. We won- der If'he has been under pay* ever since, IF it cost $60 to get the services of three men in 1890, what was the expense of Tues- day's convention, after making due allow- ance for the depreciation in value caused bytthe democratic administration? This mathematical question'is respectfully ro- ferred to the consideration of Y. V. Dreut- zer. t '. SEXATOU Qv'ir was before the sugar . trust committee recently and in answer to their interrogations said that he had speculated in suga...

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 — 21 June 1894

DEMOCRAT^ TPg|tSDAY, .TONE 21 , 1894. S ^-A jcbp of Tea is always good. '. •:'\"•'•'£ t\"':-^,v when resting from your toil ••\"\"•'. It acta upon tbje nervous system, : \"V\" Like rain upon the soil. ' . V The rain yoafenow it cools the soli - And strengthens vegetation. While Tea it cools trie fevered brain. And gives strength against vexation. So do tiotfear to ubegood Tea, Whene'er your fancy craves:' : Twhl help to lead a peaceful life.' While uearing to your graves. t h i s is the kind of Tea to be found only at James \"R. Mann's Tea Store, and at prices that for quality of goods defy competition. W« hare decided for the next 80 Day* to giro with tacit ponad of T*» ay the usual loir pric- es, a Valuable Present to Indnce others nlio hare not used onr Teas to try them. Once a easterner for oar Teas means alwnys one. Yours truly, .......JAMES R^MANN, Masse Block, Sturgeon Bay. Hard T i m e s . . . . .. Won't Affect Yom IF XOUOO TO FJELDMAXX'S FOR XOVIt OJtOCJEltlES. LOOK AT T...

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 — 21 June 1894

^ ^ ^ ^ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • i M M i g f l i g a g ^ ^ Imm^^^m ifciiiiWiiii^ the largest watch case manufactur- ^$ \"^e it a bow Sffi:ig)^whwK cannot twisted or ^iillect off the watch. It is a sureprotectionagainst the pickpocketand the manyaccidents ths^bdikiiymMies fitted with the old-style bow, which is simplyheld in by friction and can be twisted off iyithi the fingers. It is called the SCIENCE LrreRAtuRE ANDj?ti,iGidN • • • IN A SVLVAN ' SETTING. and CAN ONtY BE HAD with e»ae« bearing their trade mark- Soldonlythroughwatch dealers, without extra charge. Ask any jeweler for pamphlet, or send to the manufacturers. * & * • E. C. CAWIEROM Manufacturer of arid dealer in nil kinds of Oo:iia.©t©x-«y ' W o r k . A.HNAPKE. wis. ELY'S cBFiMRiiM CATARRH I ft'quickly nltRorbed. Cleanses the Naaal Ftt««a(ro«, AlUyi Pain and Inflammation, Heals the Sores. Protects tlio Membrane from Additional Cold. ItoatortiH tlio Sense* of Taxte and Smell. IT WILL CUBE. COLD 'N HEAD ...

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 — 21 June 1894

THE iEM»CR^ P^URSDAY^ J*J^, 2X, 1804. MATE LEROY'S DESCRIPTION 6)|THE BROADWAY SHOW V V i N q b ^ ^ ^ They Sl»ow a Wonderful IrofDslo ofWhite Summer Garments — Many Fancies In Trimming—Appropriate Shoes and Head- gear—Novelties In JParasojs and Jewelry. [Copyright, 1394, by American. Press Associa- •'. ' ^ tion.] ^:\\]-:\\ •-'/,.::::''.-- The show windows of all the big stores just now look like so inany huge corn pop- pers, so suddenly they have blossomed out with white. Everything, they show this week is white, and it is not easy to give a fair idea of them all. First come the evening gowns and dinner dresses for the young. Some are of swiss, dotted, plain or embroidered, then the cre- pons and. china silks and after them the sheer silk gauzes and grenadines. The dresses are made in as mau'y different man- ners as there are materials, and the daiuti- WHITE EVEXIKO DRESSES. . est of- them are bouillonne. They are puffs about the bottoms in some, puffs straight up and down, puffed...

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 — 21 June 1894

^^^^^tei^^^^^^^^g^^^^W -The Are conjpany came out on Tuesday •oveniiig for the purpose of gettiuK a litUe [[••0iu^^'S^:.e^': £:r.r::^.i::..s .~%u..i,./:• O v y ^ j ^ e / v b a ^ leaving for Greeu Bay Monday night, and , j h e music was listened to by an immense ^CrOw4 • • • ' r\\'-' : ::': '-'//':' : - . .. :rr-The case of diphtheria existing in the 'family of John Long last week has entire- l y recovered and the quarantine has been removed. T —Jas. Myers and Fred Zettei now have ^charge of the barber shop formerly run by J P. Washburn, Mr. ^Washburn having left town the latter part of last week. —The crowd of people who attended the reunion got back from Green Bay today soon, and. all speak very highly of their • trip and of the way they were treated in Green Bay. —There were a good many people in the city from various parts of the county dur- ing Tuesday, the greater part of them be- ing in attendance at the convention held on that day. —The track-layers on the railroad, ar^e now...

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 — 28 June 1894

WORK ON M E WAlLROAD. TRACK LAYING NOW IN PROGRESS \" WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS. the Ro»d Win Be*chB»y View Some Time Kext Week^BIi GBOK orMen Employed Now and the Work i» Being Bone Thor- :.ongfclv.!° ^V Through ttie courtesy of. fiavid Decker, one of the officers of the Ahnapee & West- ern Railroad Co., the editor of this paper was on Taesday enabled to take a trip out to where the work of track laying was in progress, the visit being made in company with Mr. Decker. At that time the track layere were at work half or three-quarters of a mile south of the town line between Nasewaupee and Sturgeon Bay, the scene of operations being reached by going out on the Green Bay road to Dickenson's cor- ners, there'turning to the southward on the town line road, which the railroad crosses a couple of miles from the corners. A few minutes' walk along the roadbed brought us to where the gang was engaged in put- ting down the ties and rail, they being then between three and one-half and fou...

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 — 28 June 1894

6TURGEON BAY, WIS. ^itoJ^V^y^ 1 clothes that are £uar- Si&tteed^tcVsfgive • ''satisfaqtibri:1 and p ^|»rites that suit th^ tirnes, • i:ry:v f^ ^B|i^ :Su(j^$.!3 arid upward. | Men'a&its.$(S arid upward. ^ rPants r $^ -•-We also Carry a large stock ot Shirts/ Underwear Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents'Furnishings. mmmm ie-|M mm 'mi its & Also dealers In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. REPAIRING A SPECTAfcTT. Jos. Dealer In Dryfioods, Groceries,Clothings Provisions, Etc, JACK80NPORT WIS. 1 pay the highest market prloc for Farm Produce, Oordwood, Cedar Pouts aud Tien. Public Ooekftflre at reasonable rates. Also buy Proah and Salt Fish. CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. thick of the best quality for bulldlnior pur. posesi or Are brick laid down at any pier In the county. Write for prlws. fngrs and Htonmbarges supplied with steamboat wood at All times. IIOGER EATOUGH, Dealer In Farming Implements, BAILEYS HARBOR. Farmers wanting nnytbln/r in the way of machinery should ...

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 — 28 June 1894

\\ ALMOST Tathe^ders ofthis Piper. full particulars see Page 5. |^,HE^.|, AM :^k :c^: fi Sv:: Whea I am dead, my dearest, '^ '••'•• '-'-'j^ .Shag no sad songs for mc. \\ ^ - - • Plant thou no rosea at my head, .:v: iJorBhiaiiycypresa*r^: \". -'•':.-•'•- ^otlie groen grass above me,-\"••': vritljuskowers.and dewdrops wet, , - ^JUidlf thou wilt remember. And if thou wilt forgeti : I shall not feel the shadows, I shall not hear the rain. I shall not hear the nightingale Sing on as if in pain, ' And dreamine through the twilight That doth not rise nor set Haply 1 may remember, . And haply may forget t •-. -^New YorkLedger. THEIOST WIIiL. Elsio Rcdnor sot by tho open window, her head resting upon her hand, and, truth to toll, nearly asleep. Suddenly a rose fell into her lap. Startled, she looked up. Just outside stood Frank Gilbert, her be- trothed lover. ' •'•'-,. ' Elsio blushed with glad surprise at tho sight of him, and indeed ho was not un- pleasing to look at with his fine form, go...

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 — 28 June 1894

SIX Months.,* ' iv'isVftv -.t-.- . .. j.'.'.. v ''.i'v. JQ ^8iBi^Ooi^^p?&'ii. ^^.•.' ..£. .V.. vv -'iX» v Advertising rate* furoished upon application. • Xntertd of thd l?6$toffict in Sturgeon Bay, WU. 'A-XJ a*$eeonalau • matttr., - STURGEON BA?, WIS., JUNE 28 18M. CARNOT, the president of France, was as- sassinated by an anarchist last Sunday evening. \"Helived only a short time after the fatal blow was struck. —- W E wonder if it wouldn't be rather dis- couraging to the Hon. Lou J. Beauchamp to learn that only a day or two after he finished his series of temperance lectures here arrangements were made for starting another saloon in the city. • As a usual thing politicians who sell out their party are retired to private life. In this county, however, selling out their party seems to be regarded as a meritori- ous act by republican politicians. E. 8. Minor sold out his party in 1890^ and in 1894 he is rewarded by being pushed for congress. WITH the republican state, platforms ...

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 — 28 June 1894

^^'^steaSii^^^ IMtSf f?%fH. -m fcr:^A'fcup 6t:Te»1g'aIwajs:g^^ Si -'^•When resting!rom your toll :P \\..n It acts upon the nervous system, i-. : - ': . ./ -:.Likfii^nupoa'th0.8OU.\\f^. :v . •'•\"• • \"••-, V',:/ The rain you know It doolathesbiif-'?l:'-v-y - , -.And strengthens vegetation. WhiteTea it cools the fevered bxalni \" ^.And gives strength against vexation. . . Sodo not fear to'u&e good Tea,•!:. V Whene yoUr fancy craves: v Twal help totoada peaceful life, /-••While nearintf toyour,graves. This is the kind of vTea to be fountf^oftly at JSmes'vR:. Marin's Tea:Store, and at-prices that for quality of godds defy icompetition. ' We haVe decided for the »«xt 80 Days to give with caeh poaad of Tea at the nsnal low pric- es* a TalmaUe Freamt to induce others who hate aot ««ed oar Teaa to try them. Unce a customer for pur Teas meats always one. ..' -.-''/ ]•'• •. Toara truly, ' .,|...xA4AffS R MANN, v Masse Block, Sturgeon Bay, Hard T i m e s . . . . . .. Won't Affect Yom...

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 — 28 June 1894

tjjiJIIlllf^^ --,.,.,. • -,-• ...«?WS3',. -^ „.. •--, - v, • ... m |(It is thfe only bbw^ring) which cannot be pulled from the wajtch,: ^ b e l i a d filled and other watcli crises j ^ stamped with this trade mafic la r Askybur jewelerforpamphlet. KeystoneWatchCaseCo., - PHILADELPHIA. • E. C. CAMERON Manufaoturor of an dealer Jn«U kinds of Cemeterdy \"\\7«roi?ls. AHNAPEE, ..••• WIS. ELY'S CREAMBAL M CATARRH la quickly absorbed, Cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allays p»tn « n d Inflammation, ..Heals the Sores. Protects the Membrane from' Additional Cold. . Restores the Sense* of Taste and Smell. IT WILL CUBE. COLD \".HEAD A partlclo U npplluil Into nnch nostril and Is agreeable. Price 50 w-nts at Drugnlsti or b' mall. ELY BHOTHEUS. 56 WnrrenSt. \" o r b y N.Y . tte greAipuipie^ the sxaall gra^^^^^^ White. The great purplb violet \"is not lp- dlgenoua! It came originallyJErom Corsi- ca/ and It is the flower of the JBonapartes. It brought to the head of that family the flrai news of ...

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