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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 June 1894

$fi|||jp||^ Mil TH E H ABIT OFI HA^pwii»i|ili Mfl^glHtoroiiieB, New and Old- ter\" ^: Amnaemente —Ito^ XJtoc*^ J J. Arnjertcatt/CUrJ^-^'y^^'^&M^M^^'^h • v^'ifcis-^ .:habifc: bjr jiaE^ thssni to :'':a^to^itii^m'va ^nstiOT.«^i^^iTOoros ir- rltability and 1^tif^^ :H- I^B:«K / ^ and fault finding oro inerely a habit^ and that, tbpv of ^ © i m ^ ' disagree sort. *It js~«omparn^^ such ito 'inclinat^'fir^^ children. The parentsarewonrl^andvexed, -wearied •with$heicapefeadd^spoMlblliiifisof life, ( and thus not particularly good natnred. t 'Th^not^niy^ep^ by theirown oon- : Sfciotf^^^ of grum- bling and fretting, but aro often so irrita- ble that the Innocont amusements of the children grate upon their feelings to such (, an extent that ther youngsters are forbid*. {Sa&ijtb romp or play about the bouse. ^ .lpne Now England woman, whose soul S^ras burdened with care, and who felt at ..vnur with all the world, used to punish her : otiidren, when they romped, and rebuked them when...

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 — 28 June 1894

WhUeJlstenl this county bad 0 i|$he. ^ day from a trip to Milwaukee and Manito- |£ £ Two dredges are now at work deepening ^|)&$ ejui^ having arrived and -CJbeen «etto work this'w^^:^^ : i:0J^ : The tag Liberty, of Washington Island, 5 was in port the latter part of last week. She left for Green Bay on Monday. 4 The schoonee,Ellen Williams Is now em- ployed In carrying ice from Little Sturgeon toChicagoforthePlperlceCo., the first : trip being made the fore part of this week,, The tug Evenson brought a raft of logs containing about 140,000 feet of cedar logs over from Menominee on Saturday of last week. The Umber belonged to the Wm. O. Brown Manufacturing Co. The tug Evenson went down to Ephraim on Saturday after » scowload of ties for the Abnapee & Western Railroad Go. She returned on the following day, the • cargo being discharged at A. W. Lawrence & Co. 's dock ini the fburth ward, v Thq tug Nelson went to Little Sturgeon on Monday for the purpose of taking down ~...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 July 1894

VOLTJME XXI STUBGEOtf • BAY, WlBi^^VJ^^^^iSJrit'r's, 1894. NUMBER 39. THEIR SCHOQiQlfS OVER \"CONCLUSION OF'COMMENCEMENT v -:-'i v '^^WEeiiL^i«bi|te.^.^-'.-: A Claas of Thirteen Or»da*ted From Oar \\ Cl^:8«ihib|btl^: iir««:~'Xhe Usual Or»- Uon» DUpenaed With. ' The Commencement week exercises of our city klgh school were closed on Thurs- d ay evening of last week, the Opera House being crowded to its utmost capa- city by the people who had assembled to listen to the programme which was to be presented. Music was furnished by a ban- jo club consisting of Messrs. Wm. H.is Sweeney, Louis Reichel and Stanton Min- or. Their playing was very good and was /listened to with pleasure by the audience. The salutatory was delivered by Geo. M. Nelson, it being as follows: Kind friends, to me has been accorded the honor ot welcoming you to our Com- mencement Exercises this evening. Dur- ing the four years we have been. High School pupils in your midst, we have felt that jour sympathy and a...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 July 1894

WBKBmStmlW^iM STtJItqECiaf B A * , WIS. of Nei^ and Stylish Suitings, and wef%re better prepared than ever to give yo u 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 ol Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents'Furnishings. Also dealers in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc, REPAIKLVG A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc. JACKSONPORT WIi. 1 pay the hf»rhOKt innrket'price for Furni Prodti^o. .CttrdwrHMl. Cedar posts nnd Ti*s Public DookiiKe at reiuormblo rates, Also buy Fresh and Salt. Fish. CREW AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. Krickof tuo.'lipftt finality lor luilldlnv pur- poses or IIro brink laid down at any pier lu tln county. Write lor prims. fugs nnd * teambarges supplied with uteanilioat wood at all times. it\\*Gi:it 13.vro.UGH,. Dealer In Farming. Implements, BAILEYS HARBO...

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 — 5 July 1894

^tlllS is? ALbVE SONG. Whole hare you beejn today, Annie SmiUj? WiiereliaTo yda been today? •.-.— '• • By the shore Were the river becomes a frith Or up on the hills away, •••',. By purple heather antfsaffron broom. Like clouds at the sunset hour. And all the well kenn'd flowers that bloom In each breezy hillside bower? Were you there, Annie Smith, thai your face is so gay ' • And your eyes solaughing and blue? . Was'it'there that you spent the whole of the \"day? , . • Or, tell me« darling, were you In the leafy wood where the grass grows thick With the fairies at their play? - . Did you flirt with Oberon, dance with Puck, That your face, Annie Smith, is so gay? Whore have you been today, Annie Smith, That you smile so gayly on me? By the shore where the river becomes a frith, Or were you upon the sea? Did yon sail in a pearly shell, Annie Smith, With your hair flying free? Do your laughing blue eyes tell, Annie Smith, Such a happy tale of the sea? Or were you down in the caves, A...

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 July 1894

iS0^0§^MM^9Ss&S& &SfeX PUBLISHED / dne'Teir«^'^':v^:.i ^.v. .«... ... .. ....11.00 Six Months.i«vi'i'itViv.'iViJ.'.\".v.v........ . .. .80\" Adverttalcg^tee furnished upon application. KnUrtd at tht Pottoffic* in Sturgeon Bay, Wit. at tetond-clatt maUtr, STUBQEON BA5T, WI8., JULY 5.18M. THE kind of politicians we raise up .here in Door county are evidently too swift for the Pox River valley variety. THE railroad strike has assumed gigantic proportions, the running of trains being practically stopped throughout the cen- tral part of the country. THE tariff bill has at last passed the sen ate, tbe only democrat voting against it being Hill, of New York. It ought to be- come a law within the bext two weeks. money. moiewi)l cans era not supposed to be »enerallr more patriotto than good democrats, it is our turn to now err \"boodle.\" Bach faction is charging tbe other with the same thing, an^ not only are tbey dolbjr this, but tbe claim Is made that democrats ware-induc...

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 July 1894

• THE \"^Mi^CBAT^? JDAY, «FlDijrS5^ i804» COUNTY MAIL BAG. -To the Editor of the^Deniocrat:^ -- -\"- • ,'. BRCSSBLS, June . • 27th.—Brussels \\&heregressional iyet even if it didn't appear i n ^ e county mail bag column for a while, and its inhab- itants are feeling jubilant over the present prospects of a good naryesti W. K Thomas, Joannes Broal* represen- tative, of Greeu Bay, WM in town yester- - day.: . A. J. Glark, cheese inspector for this sec- tion of the state, was in town ^ve Bun- day. He will visit the cheese factories in this vicinity once a month daring the sum- mer. P. Pierre Virlee and Co-'s cheese factory received 4616 pounds of milk today. Tw6 vats have to be used now and Antone riutz, the cheese maker, is assisted by Al- fred Virlee. Mrs. August Dury paid a short visit to her former home here last week. MissOrley Virlee is visiting friends in Menominee for a week or more. Harry Smith, of Jacksonport, finished his term of school in District No 4 on Fri- day las...

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 July 1894

^^^^^^^^M Hen's the Idea: The bow has a groove on each end. A collar runs down inside the pendent (stem) and fits Into the grooves, firmly locking the bow to the pendent, so that it cannot be pulled or twisted off. To o«sure of getting a Non-pull-out, see that the caseisstampedwiththistrademark. JSfe It cannot be had wittl any other kind. \\ & Ask your jeweler for pamphlet, or send for one to the famous Boss Filled Case makers. KeystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. E. C. CAMERON Manufacturer or and dealer la all kinds of Cemetery \"Worls. AHNAPEE, - WIS. CRE1HBALM C A T A R RH la qnlckly 'abaorbed. Cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allays Pain and Inflammation, Heals the Sores. Protects the Membrane from Additional Cold. ltestores the Senses of Taste and Smell. IT WILL CUBE. COLD 'N HEAD A particle l« applied inio cuch nostril und is agreeable. Price 50 ccrHKnt Drujsvitti or by mall. ELY flKOTHEKS. r Wiurcn S u N. Y. Monarch Cycle Co. CHICAQO Schemes TbAt Are'Ve^ WeU I ^ d , bnt No...

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 July 1894

PQMW ? NOTSO LCVSLY AND F^EAaN^AS ?:•- '•: ? y: ••,:. DESCRIBED ^N ^ONQ. | ? v :txao:- ^jKthei • tiine she had her twido taken Sf f heif hands.—Philadelphia Inquirer OnetofVictoria's Offices. It has been stated fibut a young lady went one day to aii,Jl^tist with a trouble ^ueenVictoria is the senior prebendary l ^ ^ ^ f w h i ^ ^ S # t n ^ f ^ ^ ^ of the chnreh of England, having b e c S 8 u l ^ h e w ^ ^ M u ^ s t i l t e ^ ^ The ftodcrn Maid of Athens Is JF&r Front ^Pictnre»4ao or Beautiful—life Todiy l a v ': on Her Funeral Bier. j: -:Sf- H fWv,V^ r There is always eome one to stick pins intoour illUsions.Ono of these peoplo has painted a picture of the modern maid ot Athens which-would naako men and gods —even broken nosed, one legged gods - weep. ' *'In thecountry, '^ rays this rudo de- stroyer of ideals, \"the women wear short, shapeless tight skirts, reaching a little above the ankles, made of the same ma- terial as their rugs, with a handsome fringe of dirt, and a short...

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 July 1894

iillifll | p j | j | | ^^ ABSOLUTELY PURE BRIEF LOCAt NOTES. --This issue of THE I|)E^OCRAT has been postponed until today for the purpose of giving all hands an opportunity to cele- brate. '.'' * ' —It was rather dull in this city during the Fourth, although a good many people came in from the surrounding country to take in the circus. —In spite of the hard times there will be one more saloon in this city during the coming year than there has been during the past twelve months. . . „ „ j - .. , m i . »«• 1 broke on their favorite, a mare belonging - O n Sunday of nextl weeik Bishop Mess- ,no .. K r n n . .„., . _ . . J * m mer , o f Gree n Bay , wil b e n the cit y fo r the purpose of administering the confirma- tion rite fo a class of 170. —The interior of John Graef's saloon is being fixed up in elegant shape, the fixtures which were put in place on Tuesday being the most elegant in the city. —Geo. Laux, of this city, participated in part of the athletic exercises at Menominee ...

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 July 1894

|§|§||!^§^^ : , • open up almost an air line route from the •ait west to the eastern sea board by a line life:* Bay through the ship canal, across Lake | | j | i f | t ^ #et&it|6r ^ ^ i a u d a b l e end^ ^'|gc«pnibliewc^ meht and that they, In common with the lumbering interests of sturgeon Bay and the whole of thpOreen Bay region, are to- day receiving the benefits and profits aris- ing from the shortening of the route from the lumperiugj-egion to the Chicago mark- citisens have witnessed during the season £'•'-•• StSrgeon Bay of fleets of lumber laden sail ): vessels and the great barge Ifoes from Pes- ''' :v -: known before the opening of the_ship ca- •'•j' line of steamers from Menominee to Cbica- | | | | § | | ^ ^ M lines from those points to Port Huron or \\ of Buffalo, Boston and New York, an aJ- mmmmmmmwmmmm. travel. The editor of the*Manistee Demo- crat recently met Hoit Thad C. Pound and DatiaC. Lamb in Milwaukee, where the l a s t s * « * ww^ooauoqitat^, and Â...

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 July 1894

f : * i i i | : G e n ^ Also dealers In = WlEPAlHlNG A SPECaAXtY. Dealer in GoodSi Grdcenes^ , ::V. :. JACjK^QNPOBT - %: v WI?. . 1 pay in© h1*he»t market •prlcfl for Frtrm Produce, f^jrdwrtixl, Cwtar Poxtfl nud Ties. Public DncKiure at maonable rates* Also buy Fresh lUid Salt Fifth. Brittle of the i m guttiityflVir biJlWtnif pijt-- poses or fire brtyk litfd down7 at uiiy pier In the county Write for pri^s. v Trig* and: Kteanibrtrges supplied with stoamboat wood at all times. ISOG1311 K A T O U ^ H ^ ements, Farmiiig • • ,. / J3AltEVS HARBOR,: Formers wanfW anything- lei the way of machinery should cull and look at Hint offered for sale by nip .yiYPB will Kettbebest • /? : Custom Exchange and Feed ••'\":-' ^. Gr|nding. :/.'\" ' •.:.: Th e best Straight and Patent rviFIpuiflh^he-Market^: '-':'- ^ Highest market rate for Grain \" and Cedar Shingle Bolts. mm & THORKILDSON THE ICLP gOWSR OtXRE& HfeYS* carefully pwpir^TKmeSS*. w i for wan to privatewith mctfce and tor o w thirt...

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 July 1894

iiilliiii® ftiiiili tlilSf iȤt Plli mm? mm §t§S§ g PPS jiic!5?e^5^^ abeluxspH^thirigsjlenty- •.•.K^.V,-.*--.--- . .^i«4iViiilRJ^.1^ii!^,Â¥s?:i|''^ If^#»j»g : : prei*y-where^ g Wh^tOdb *ith the ^^ jfifhat liUlegMi&v^ \"v:A/brpken t^ri'^ And a wee cracked cap on the closet shelf. She jahip!ay only*tb*pbt^fcygy j «4W :yHbb^4^&'|^el^ • ^Sb^nJakesyjrtifciier'fehu^^ y Unseen/arbt^^ lyCttyh^h^h^ %&j^i&e : g^^ How nice It woold be if In Time's swift whirl :MYou conld perhaps not chari^youfciplacesi ^ButiCatch*gibunsbbf^^ For each to the other could something giro Which would make the child Ufa sweeter to -y ^y : !Uv^vy -y,y .yy For both ©oujd give and both could share V'$} Something the other had to'spare^^t 1 \"h . tlfii ^It^asall-C^tfs'fault ^ have occorred to tne to quarrel with Jack it would • «evej\":ihaye^occur^, to me that •a^^o#airm ati^gth of ills love, I should have taken it for granted and been happy still. \".' Vf -:L^etbik'!C#ia^ Uyirb,^ere?i with J...

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 — 12 July 1894

ffTUHGBON BAF, WW., JULY Ji, I8W.' TH«Milw«nkM Journal thinki tbat the cold weather of last week wee c«owd by Thomas BReidaiagiJig^^ plgedinteU^ is going to do in this state. Only a fewa wee)»a«oit*M c«a eongreirio&al cdnven trict would do, but the convention didn't perhape other dlBappofntmentii are to «toi% IN another X)lam a conrespondent tnen- tions the name of Jas. H. Elmore, Of Green Bay, ae a candidate for the democratio congreesional nomination in tbiadittrict. Theflmchoice of the democrats of this county is Lyman E. Barnea, and we trust that he will yet reconsiderhis determina- tion nottoagata become a candidate. If he peraiaU in his withdrawal we see noA:*?The.'^huroh^rv'this,^:^tbati:: reaaon why SCr. Elmore would not make a good candidate. There moat, however, be no Door connty republican tactics used in getting the nomination for any person. Let ua have a full and fair dlscusaion of the merit of the several candidates aad let the beat man win. WM0 abie^bei yf...

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 — 12 July 1894

wfgffft^ff^i mmMWm tide of the present great boycott • .honld be «Ut^^ R«»har lillgi^f^^ present and future poriUoa of »««icanIUilwajnnion*odit«r J j eTery^enae^nifVconvereant i«»#rtii^Pl^i|w»l?M* ||tp||^ ^^mmm§^^m^^m^my^m accepted, that they were induced to strike ~ittp|£d|r^l^ lone tbey would have remained sCmlDKeJlway union ased all their influence ^0^e0i0ml:A to • strike but to bearpa- i gievances until a peaceable could be effected. To the truth , tement the employes theuoBelres men and women, had become so aggravat- ed, BO galling, that patience deserted them and they aoandoiied their employment rather than submit longer to conditions against wbich their very souls rebelled. }j:i V^et*erK&e#?were right or ubt, let only* tbose judge Who comprehend the condition under which these faithful employes toiled and groaned. Let us _avold sentiment The bare facts will suffice, and they are haggard enough to excite the. sympathy ployer or employed. Tbe Pullman corn- pan/,...

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 — 12 July 1894

Upwlttfl |Si^p®pPi^^l|jp|8^ Manufacturer of and dealer Jn'all kinds of ^mm» CREAHBALH CATARRH I« quickly v: * :' .'' '-»l»w»Jrt»edU- •:-- : Cleanaes the Natal PaiMgen, Allays Pain and Inttatmnation, Heals the Sorsi. Protects the v Membrane from Additional Cold, 2t«*torea the Sense* of Tatte • v\"aBd^weIl»-fe' : COLD \" HEAD If W«X CURB. vA particle i»» applied into each nftistril arid I» agreeable. Price 50 wntu at lniintl£t or• hi mall, ELTBKOTHEB3.M WarrenSt./ N.T. Jlotfi^^ ore being educated Hke the crave the liberty and opportunities which the sobs enjoy. It la Impossible to hold these yoiing gbto In the same social tw and Glrton were in existence, and the English mother*, are op in anna because the girls refuse to be complacent maiden* and take the traditional pceltloh.of young women who are bending all their energies While this discussion does not exactly fit into tho groove* of our ownsocial life, there is a great deal In It that is suggestive and important. Wea...

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 July 1894

stability as that giddy iUBectandas chaQffe- gilt|i|#*b: ^ Ifigiilfeni^^ IgflilllJpB^^ *. riedrand heatleast la decidedly interested subject of the emancipation of women has some special feature of the question and \"\"^~*,v beeu taken hold of j p £ ^ S b * i s 1 & i s ^ i|^phat sbe istopleasehermaster—man. She gti*»fta ugbt ::tpi^ ^•ptba^by tec^^n^oi^^uniiisiiSi Ms: nbrl pwifc \\£S^jih£^ i^HitSjt^-, : |'-Sv•Â£?/ • \"*• -:i:''::''L• • \"': '-S^i i:^rtN*$^: ^Tbe:^ lii^na^icwaCgirls ^ ^&MiJ*lj^nMthe'' * p ^ t ffa^siattolfc^ ^ j j i & t ^ £$Einglistewb i«i|tpfeptfrfcM^e^hiin^^e^ctions which f#*rJ|Rp&li^ Sp&Mi^tfwb^^ it•|lb^^p^6pbialiyinellftctehton that & i§g^0^^tey:hireimiled£p *lt these years ®lto TOl^5ti|j^^s^ant question, and *hey are l^^^ngj^s^ejle^andiel^of their children |g$iMSB|af JMd:gpv*rhesse8V:--: y &!^': i-t\\\\^\\^y i@ £^ipttoe^ucj$^ t S l S ^ ^ b ^ f ^ l ^ ^ t ^ ^ t i i ' : :the sole ||purj^'pfv : «u^ stfcri If^broi^^JJut^nb:^ gi*tt...

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 July 1894

aHl£&p^ •been shipped from this port so far during product* of various kinds since the open- ing of navigation last spring is fifty-six, fj^igwaler number^of tnwloade4 at'^he ftpie*bf ^Cbi^'^EUi^b^^^Svv ^ •^ /N3Hls* 1b^t:ftttaW^'« w« i« at present wbrt $3.25 per cord at tliis portT 1 i The cheese factory btiUt a short distance flouth of this yiUage by LeMere & Erskine ia^ year, Iwa^o^ tW« yjw* *nd probably will not be for some time. their promises in regard $p the qu^tity of milk Which they wereto bring to the fac- tory andtoconsequenceit did not pay toAdventist ran i t It Weutirely likely:: tt»-' :f *rn^' Or* tnemsely^ydJl l»tt»e principal loseris ••:hy'tWs sUte:oia«air»*: •• \\ tbpcn^trf i^upeA in this town last springfcyFred Hanson is at presrot re- ceiving about 6,tt» pounds of mUk perday. . He is at present':paying.'pixty^pen'tp^per hundred, which is about the same as thewprpt-::in^^ :cbeew factories are i p ^ h ^ Line Erskine, theJbyial landlord of theRev, E...

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 July 1894

Ml m ,., _ T , f , w „„,-._.., ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ / ^ ^ ^ ^ m i ^ ' p^bgirPsii' § ^ a | p i p | d ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ ^ i ^ ^ i n ' ^ ^ ^ i i ' about ^ &§bif ijiu^bier^wp^Jtmye : exj^i^n^^iiwv?- J^ll^l^eaftier : Jhaju ltt lanyp^ .giving the nine from there a chance to get back at them for the defeat sastained a j I »-If the weather permit* the band boys *ill give theft 0 1 ^ ^ evening of this week instead i3f Saturday, : tbey^ving'a^ «n j%»Jkea^pn^tl»^ ^ . ^ : ^ | ^ ^ :ieptjuy^ ^^ $s%:p^nii^ ppjtitisftr^ ft&s^ea,' ^ate^ Iplf^nura ^Wj^ib^tbp: p ^ tWent^^^ jjjijeiiijl^ Chicago and Milwaukee which iB expects |^j^|\"p»^:i^ iha races pp at Green Hay V^.?^^5^**^^*.^'*!'- ''.•-'-i-''\": :i V: K-f.-''-' : : '\"-f•\"/- • =:? ^-\"-^y-V^Vv '\"-'-.- L: -- -\"'Jquence ||:||^fibn^ng::iniil bpipn^ng 1» Bbttkphj £:JBrpl _^ j^pupty/r i ^ destroyed ^ ffre la«tj$nnday IMB$0fning1 the loss being about $50,000, with $|n$::itUft-v. insurance^ :Thei:iarm\" is- well gknpwnf''throughout thi» c6unty^v ^:...

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 July 1894

s^SM**^-^^^^^^l^l^g(^l '/ .ari^^ye^tiiin:g in V':tjhi£ line 6i Also dealers In Etc, Dealer In EtC ^KSONPORT SVIS. _ 1 pay the highest market vprtoe «pr Farm Produce, Cordwood*: Cedar Pnsts atid Ties. Public Dcwlj»KC5treftspnsWorates. Also buy Fresh and Baft Fish, i \\--'.: :•• -'-: v Bric*jf -best* quality for buJIdlnir pur- pose^ or Are brJok laid down at uuy pier lain * countyi iWrltp^ v: ^n Tngs And Kteambarges supplied with Htesmboat wood at all times. KO^JBB EAT0]rjGrH P:A:: 'Dealer in.: • emeriti : . - Farmers wrthtirw anythlngrinthe way of machinery Shouldjcall and lookat that ottered for sale by mo. You will iret the bent, ^ AA OlJXt SPECpLXIES: Gus^iriExchange and Feed ^.^Tiie best Straight and Patent ^r-S v^Flour\\in^the^ Highestmarket rateforGrain and Cedar Shingle Bolts SHA W & %Hi^ratra^ : THE MILD POWER C.TJRES. HUMPHREYS' catetauy .prepared Remedtea, OHM tor year to K!S5t*JJKJ,trc?.* , o r •••owtWitarjreaw bytha people -with ontlrejjuccww. Every ilngta Specific...

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