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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 19 July 1894

mm ^MMSfi: ©«^ttSffi: |^fH^^i^| !'#I?fti§^f\"\"\"':'\"i\"\"\"\"'~'':'''\"° iiiilissiii- pte IBtiiiwiKiilili BtSfift \" * i^^^*toxaie:eaid*i li%gti^3i®0s S^^toaeveryabp^ g5|^«wU^: warning ray 4#/v' S te~fc*cs the homebound weary stronger^-U'&t -^'''i^hawtttrned^meto^ 'V ^:Aaa'03ver.*neatfc: the wa^ M:^Turns' towatch the tieat abovefe^Ky ^ • • ^ f e ^ y 1 , ' ^ W , ^ i ^ ^ » ^ ® ^ i ^ « t h e • f*ti'Mii H i l l • • The stag© was late.: The.: tw© pa*sen- ^ popping to gaze impatiently down them^ddy road and then at the aon.which ^vastastaiifci^^ One of the passengers was a\".yOi$g girl^! pretty and self possessed, although per- haps a trifle nervous In her manner. She shivered slig^^ :•ble^iri ' tet' faceiand)ytorte^ ^^i^f har rjartnerJn misfortnne, who from his dress might be either .'# clergyman or a profes- sional gambler. As If in answer to some- thing he saw in her face, he raised his hat and:pftriie fPrward W ^SomiethingV Is evidenGy wroiig he *aid. letting Wis bold...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 19 July 1894

SteST'*\"**\"\"\" Adrettifig .rates forntabed oponapplioation. XfUmd tttkt Vo$ta£t* in Sturfto* Boy, Wi». «K?i®t0S ! **^ 8TTJBGBON BAf, WIS.. JULY M. 1604. the democrats of this congressional die- tli^t v ^ wp^ joint debates be arranged between bim and Bowi Minor, tbe repnblican candidate, signed to proteot American. labjr would provide rates that would exactly equal the difference between the labor'cost of an article produced in thiscounty and tbat of tbe same article produced in\" a foreign conntrv. When the rate of duty exceeds tbafdifference it is designed forsome other puVpart than to protect labor. '%$& v Wa have trurtwortby information to the effect that Lyman E. Barnes, the present member of congress from this district, has dacideA^f b w o ^ a election. Some time ago Mr, Barnes stat- ed tbat he would not make tbe run again, but the unanimous demand for bis candi- dacy from all parte of tbe district has compelled him to again enter the field. Mr. Barnes is the first c...

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 — 19 July 1894

i l P rhMitfAkamn nhaok their bt»a»wAnM ht • ' - ' • - • ^ ^ ^ n | : - - - \" ' - » ' - - - ' ' •'-•• - -\"•- •••-••- doutestfo'csar., And«&ld they'd like to ae© this man brought esse? |||||§§^^ \"'ft\"\"' |p|^||ii!^ wonders to US? f l ^ l l i * ^ goes his ^ ^ M ^ ^ ^ ^ y ^ ^ w n d ^ '',r - f vt'v': ^ ^ e ^ -. a^&MM^^^v:R:'-': ••:•. -rCliicajsb Journal, v *£f p jJ£ i ?Iri' tto&:^rilto vaWhito':With'a pjiMteriJfri^^ sive cot^ fh3h^^ ^ : sje^pf tiisi^i^ ' l i n p l ^ ^ ^ JiBta^. ^^ * formed. , bjiS^ J]dt$^^ ttoiti: ']$& ^ e ^ / r i v e r ^ :Jrbad' -lay dU^^ jfwtf^tea - ^ ^fOn&iriprni^ :^^^i^toe^:t6:\"'-rifife: ^ J iiarikJiptSpn, the i $he^.3Wba#i^ ::&i^^|poseVt tti accompany mo tbere J [• % '^$.hiij& is^^ |$hle^bnrjrb^ : 9jia^^|StWtiiing &thlfckct on the iic^hern iade o,f^bi pathovahorses suddenly, shied :|^th^right -and evidencing great alarm refused to tJass the spot/: v -' %:'I}ii^buntirig:ahdthrowing thbreihof liSyhridle dyer the punimei of...

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 — 19 July 1894

OTwren^trimTO thecase. Can only be ~ \" the oldest, largest, and meat completeWatch Cue factory in the world—1500 employee*j which are:i^jl^j^^^^idj^aie^i ^ for Non-puU-ont bow. Ask for pamphlet, or 't*riitothe maai^ • Manufacturer of anddoaler in all kinds of Ett' S CREAMBAL^! Q A T M E 1! 1* quickly'••'.•• absorbed. .. • Cleanse* the KM»1 pMtageii, Allays Pain andv Inflammation,. Haala the Sorea. Protect* the Membrane from Additional Cold. ••:•- Restores thev' : Sensea or TMt« andSinell. 11 wiitcims. A particle in applied inih **ti} nostril and is agreeable.Price 50 ct«nts at Drin/uti-ts or by \" ELY IVHOTHEU^.!» Wnrrvn St.. N. T. the edge of the water, a charming white lng the garden gate went with graceful BteM to tie plgoon hooie, led and then, passing on to the terrace, she looked out upon the cobalt Mao waves of i^'Hbeifcrns, h^e0iM^1^^Mfi0^Wiif seen the outlines of Arnaout Keni Bolnt and the palaco harems, surrounded by the gardens of Bebeck. With languid step she re-ent...

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 — 19 July 1894

iisPgaipfel* ISIBLE FOR TNI i S K ^ 1 ^ 0 Woni.cn o f , 5 h 0 fuJturo will I» Nov Too\"\"Fiat'aad-\"AI\" The motber of Teelum^pchojrns and | | J | s i i p i $ i ? ^ |i|l*Jb^Kb^^ gives them tho advantage in the greater ^ numberof professions and trades. Fourth, oTWom«D-theAT»nc«^r a law of nature. Thus men and women 1 *\"\"\"\"'\"\"\" \" , -'\"\"M--'! \"- •-• , -s*,:- '-•• sta|fc w^ ^equ^^ wuwsea ^ v3$asetie$^l^v^bi^'ny^iftif •' fetenbe of enviMnnient.--Geoffrey Morti mer in Humanitarian $li:*iS0:: ttmakct/ttseliemer, aninvent- e®i#£pll$$^^ :Tho7bbriv g'^0^^^ii!^^i4:M^^on%'f6f: SaronginVipfors' ^^t^03^0^0e^ta, :-::-A: vSlavlC'^braitoif. • ..re- toiOT!ipt|Me'\":to- inYeht so much £#••*' niOtuie- «^gjBJ#Tesui is the(leaderof the age Of electricity.He has even surpassedfor / brU- liant originality 6^:^i8OTi::Sit^^«on-? ^lilced\" : that -this/ • ^u^r^i6n^ls 7 ^ iyeiy:' i^lde application. Our mothcra are cooks and -washerwomen ami^ htinsekeepraai' i It teUs on tho bab(^ Wo must f...

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 July 1894

The reporter saw It. Colonel Jim was In • reverie. Inft'musing sort qt way be wms stroking that fur backward and top. A 3 $ & ^ a n * i i ^ ^ p ^ i b a * 5 bear hider\" that the reporter sicklied bis face with the pale cast of thought, touch- ed the skin With awe and arranged bis •:Mtby#i|^tnose^-ibe' eo1cliel* S«S '-,-^ ££ ^^aa^jjimt^^ the grit, the courageand the gettbereness tb^t once npon a time aj^ated that b ^ robe came within an ace of widowing my wife, orphaning my kids and making brother lees a host of my promissory ab erie in one act. As a rule, cinnamon bear ain't much good except for circus purposes and ate*fca but. as ^ : occeptiona to all roles, and that bear was the most exceptional exception that erer got unmnzaled. He was an all around vathleta^^H&^co^ Bine Lino lightning when the ping poller hits berha^ and makes his machlneehew cinders, bis blo|r, was very much more deadly than any Bradllanwartet, he could swim like Leander when Hero was on the other si...

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 July 1894

vj'&*SwS^i^0:^fy^l'Sw! ij^i'^^i^Wt^^i^l^^^i^^^^il^^^h^1^^ §e ^V&W&&§$£&. : f i s p $ G f i ^ ^ 180*, NUMBER 48. % sPi I«1EN BAY. €rfr& tfNiii^P*ND^VVO COMPAN- $M tlilisfill*^^D^^TE. • / - ^v :^rtrj^ i4(ft^^i^'t«» Pw» Green Bay In a ^SiBi!^ the © i ^ J&win f £|y|idi^^ Tti|in of the Party 'Has Since Cbas. I. Martin, of Menominee, who is a prominent business man of that city and is ateo extensively interested here, disap- peared from that city last Friday morning, since which time nothing has been beard from him. All the information obtainable shows unmistakably that Mr. Martin, to- gether with two residents of Menekaune, were drowned while attempting to cross Green Bay in a sail boat last Friday. The first news of the sad affair was received here on Sunday,. when a telegram was sent to 'A. W. Lawrence, of thisi: city, Mr. Martin's father-in-law, requesting himself and L. M. Waslibnrn, his partner in busi- : iiess, to come there immediately. They go...

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 July 1894

M.CASIMlR-PERlERi President of France. The new head of the French Ropnbllo was a member of the chamber of deputies for many years. A few months ago he was at tho head of the ministry., Be served with distinction dur- lot the Frnnco-Gernian„w*r( receiving the decoration of the Legion of Honor for his bravery. Be is 47 years of age. WASHINGTONTOWNTALK Some Good Stories Picked Up by Our Correspondent. Sheridan and the Mule Driver-On© of Ben Batter's Choicest Bits of Humor—Con- gressional Ball Cranks—Mr. But- terworth'S Bright Boy. tSpoclal Washington licttej%V John C. Fay, a pronunent lawyer of this city, formerly a member of the First New Jersey cavalry, narrated the following interesting' story con- cerning Sheridan, the greatest cavalry general the world has'ever known. It was just one week before Little Phil won immortal fame by his victory at Cedar Creek after his gallop \"from Winchester, twenty miles away.\" Sher- idan was in Washington upon impor- tant military business and to...

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 July 1894

mm flltltPfiiillfi What Ohlo'a Democratic leader Tklafcs of the Koa4 QnwMo^^ improvement of the public highway* indi- cates the tendency of the people of differ- ^t^cmoM^ ^ related both socially and commercially. The first step in the direction of civiliza- tion Was the creation of means by which -'sectHo^^ $is!i$^ world since that time.is, clearly, indicated ,iii the?itiiv|u^^ ^ S ^ ^ ^ as a State .-.Ohio'::&$«$: :^t^i.:rank-:Wiliii:the fo ^Fe^eW 1 ^ VJB«^^%fiie?^i^/TOtMnM- and strengthened • ]he|^ : i^i^S'|^njr the first with each ..\"iittc^^i^^eir.,'- Her rapid development and-/ensuing 'prosperity was due to the heroic ahdypainstaking efforts of her pio- ^ec^, who in a. few brief years turned a wilderness into one of the most favored Seetious on thtv face of the earth. The first of the?r efforts was the con- struction of roads. Through the forests pathways were formed, vhich later be- Ptiiowings 5 8ESATOB CAX/Vm 8. fiBICE, OHIO. came wagon roads, and subsequently the pike o...

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 July 1894

mmmm A DRMOC&A1 PUBLISHED Publisher. \" ^ r f t a ^ n t h s ^ ^ ^ '^1 Advertising rate* furnished upon application. knUrtftt the fortune* in Sturgeon Xay.WU. STUBGRON BAV, WIS., JULY 19..J894. I B^qpfetic State Aclministral U0fofc00l lis / Its Fudges. ^ • • thre«-qaarter»i a million dollar* tbisyear is abundant «Tid_enqrortb« faitb^al coo- that unusuaU£Jag special appropriationsi have beenneeded tot state inatitntiona and necessities within the paat tooiryears, and that every public Institution la in a flour- boWitit^ LARGE REDUCTION IN STATE TAXES the Rewit of an Honest Administration of Slate Affairs-An Object Lesson in Cov ornment that Will: Not Soon be Forgotten By the Voters of this State, The taxpayers of the state of Wisconsin are to receive direct evidence of the bench fits of democratic administration this year in the reduction of the state tax levy from nearly a million dollars to less than a quar- ter of a million, the reduction coining from the accumulation in t...

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 — 26 July 1894

ondMtbcad. A c o l l u nuMdowtt/iajtfdethe ««ii«*iH: *t«m and bow t o th e pendant, w . r t « t it cannot b« pulled or twitted off. look and v e a i * l i k i solid gold cases..- Cost ^ i y * h ^ fortwentyj-eaw. Sold only through watch ^ f l c a f e i i i f l t i ^ PHILADELPHIA. Vessels passing throug h th e c a n a l fo r |paiy i^S:row fl^ox.WtflinfIdea,«lbtiaittMbtfc y0pV2iW. son, Ptalletus gSawjer.il, A. Seymour, Boecobel lilhA'eonsOrtifc^r-y^y\"^ _July20th. Down: Pewaukee.Wrn.Aldriob. Chlcajro, 8. Thai, Temple Bmery. yUpr Mary Davis, Glen Cuylor, Bdit h Koyne, Cynthia Gor- don, Jesse Spalding and con*brtJ.Butche Boy„ CharleaHickox.Jessie Martin, Quickstep, Chi- cago. !,. • -y~:... yyy yy^.y^y-^y*yyy:yy:y-i:,':v y y July 21st. Down : Ann ATbor* N o . liyK. 'T. Judd, Menominee, John Otis, Cp : A B O Ar*.drowned^hadytoofe3^^Jacciden^\"w# brir No, 1, AV J Wright, K. T.i*udd , Richard JWottiAlbert SopervMenotnineev y'« * y ^ulyS^.?yIown : Muskejron.C.Hiekor, S. K. Martin, Joh...

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 — 26 July 1894

iiiiiWiiK^iiiii^ai atches. : M ^ca^t^tb.iMagal day* work for persons doing manual agricultural appropriation gristing tl .000,000 for the destruction of the Russian thistle was adopted....In the house • : • ^^tlw^BWlejr-volMtaiT- bankruptcy ^blji.SwaB•$iaithe^i(ii^ ^v ^ WWd to business reported from tab judiciary •' . 'iaihb senate on the JBth a bill was 'passed'ifc^f^fifenfer^i^ftclpia^ reserre for ten yeans In each of several states l,00ft,ooo aires of arid lands to be reclaimed • «n • sola•:in small tracts::-- t6 - abtuar::setT''•v.vI^M^c^ss tiers, and the Indian appropriation bill was fttfther con8Wered ,, tothe li6^?bti^:*ere passed to regulate enlistments In the army to •ttthoristb the board of managers of the sol- diers' home to transfer and maintain the In- mates of any branch In case of emergency to place Ma]. Q^^«^.'jL\\0reonoa' th&'jr«Un^' Ow the Jtoh thesenate agreed to the conrer- ence report on the diplomatic and consular ap- propriation bill and passed the Indi...

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 July 1894

— Being a'iÂ¥e$ftft:'ffibinTfti* remCnfecenw* ? JOHN !SV^^VTA^i^,Mi : #,f?iW«'. tht Army Medical Ml '!• CHAPTER I, ' / O J N t h e y e a r f s m J ^ took my degree o fc d o c t o r q | medicine of the 11 niversit y of L o n d o n , a n d p r o c e e d e d to N e i l e y to go t h r o u g h t h e c o u r s e prj ecrihed for sur- g e o n s i n t h e ••army / Having completed m y studies there I m i 4 '••% was duly attached to theSFif tli Korth- nniherland fusiliers as assistant siu gfeqn. The .regiment wiasf stotioneci in India at the time, and .before I could join it the-second Afghan •war had broken out. Oh landing at Bombay. I learned that^ my: «crps had advanced through the passes and was already deep in the enemyfc country,^ 1 fol- lowed, however^ 5with many other offi- cers who were in the same situation as myself, and succeeded in reaching Candahar.ih safety, where I found my regiment, and at once entered uponmy jaiewduties. -\"'-'./: \"/\" /.•'•' V The campaign brought honor...

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 July 1894

AB^LUTELY PURE :,^ h^h|^bT^ & £ *?$$^$%jr^ ' the lecture by Father \" C l ^ ^ ibis evening. It will be preceded d«HBa(Bj *«iy« that bis Bouse has been filled ^:.: yri^ '»0]inin««?^ boarders during the past :: :Jconple: .of••.'weeks. . :- '•\"•'..'. s ^ from Green Bay by boat as heretofore and It is not likely that any change will be made until fall yrbenit will come by rail. —The band boys report that their dance out at Stokes last Saturday evening was well patronized, a considerable sum of money being added to their treasury there- —The band * concert Friday, afternoon was listened to by a large crowd, and thereached music sounded fine. This week the con- cart will be given Saturday evening as usual. .,•,'•', •: •:,-.. ,/•''•,:./• —A number of tourists who are stopping here, together with a few invited friends, indulged in a picnic down at Idlewild on Friday of last week, a very pleasant time being enjoyed by the party. —The sawdust and clippings from the Brown Manufactu...

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 — 2 August 1894

pm^^^^piiPSiiii ^/^^'i^Z^'^'^'Sr--'\"^ *r^ -^?:v^^v ' lllllSi §^^usM!^^ | & | | ( i ^ ^ . 2, 1894. NUMBER 43. iRiSlMiililBRftTidN j?ft^j|li^p|i€1f4G MAD E FOR A their utmost limit when we have provided for Door county'e guests In an appropriate man-, nor, and it wiU not be safe to undertake to do more. \",'\".v '. •YY^YY^Yk^YY-YY: We earnestly hope and shall expect a liberal attendanceouthepartor'thepeople Of Door county. Turn out and make olthia celebra- tion the most notable event in the history Of our county. You can aid In doing this by your presence and encouragement.p 7: A dance will follow in the evening at the Opera Hall, B.Habn, proprietor and manager. Jtotibrrv* COMJIWTBK^ B^M A \" ''•r:: Sturgeon Bay, Wis.consorts. '\": PROCLAMATION. •'.' JJextllinfKl^y, August 9th, Has Been Se- lected ipw the Date for the Blow Out—All Onr Bnalne** Men Are Hustltng to Make v j ti»:^BMr -»iSuooe8». ''. V:\\.\" - ./.-./ • .Tb* work of preparing for our railroad -«eIebMrtibn fa not*...

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 — 2 August 1894

ilSIMtel staS|s^SÂ¥v i^:s&M^^ !?-*inii ASel^ ^ftsEEpfcjffipigi^^ JOHN P. ALTGELD, GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS. —»:^5i*,*&lB Germany in i84T bm brought to this country by his parents when but eight ISSSL^t'i^LS^I odujatlon^was. neglcoted, but being.a hard student he acquired a £L* fff»JffL0,.*a**Y~Z~~',f2. 0 tt*wlcd^ ,|n.l8M, when W years of\"agoy*.«•*\"•'• . be enlisted in the volunteer servicservicchanging e of : i£ TrVi*l .SiV^\"\"'but \"*\"\"••'«• «• \" J v ° »a ™»w»»» vu»c voiunvee r e ox •Â£2.- # • \"^S10* wa ln '873,ho,roinoved from Missouri to Chicago, where he engaged In the orac- S2° °L!5WA HJ» wa B J°8 , , c e *'» superior court for Cook county for five years. Inttwha was elected governor 0/ Illinois, he being the first democratic governor elected since IBM ^ ' MUST BE TE1JSTW0ETHY, OtherwiseNewspaper Men Can- not Secure \"Good Stuff?* flow the Secrets of Executive Sessions of tho Senate Reach the Public—The Me- Klnlcy BIU \"Given Awuy\" by . - \": '•...

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 — 2 August 1894

H$$&'$ m± :^|pj^l§iri^^ of the Shevlia-Carpehter company on noon. I t proved to be the third big lta^#i^rti|^ city I t de--. i t i * i ^ pany and twenty-five freight cars, the round-house, and the pas works of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Oma- ha Railway company! The loss is $500,000, and the insurance will amount Â¥ ^ ^biOOu,' The^Omaha company is protected by a blanket insurance. The ifire started shortly after S o'clock and' owing to the long drought, rendering everything as dry as tinder, spread with alarming rapidity. A Btrohg northwest -wind was blowing which swept the fire down the river toward the sawmill The entire fire department was soon on hand and seven engines cahle from St. Paul in response to a call for aid. •'•'.: ' ' At 4:80 the Omaha roundhouse was on fire and only with the greatest dif- ficulty were a, dozen engines got out : and run down the track. Meantime: a line of freight cars caught fire and the efforts dif the company were directed to sav...

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 — 2 August 1894

STURGEON feA*, WIS.. AU0.3. 1804. § :fj|#*^ |: v'||$o|fh^^ f b^yo^^et ^ of :&p00§legate* favored i^ ^«^ipitItfn:' io^ •Â£:$ i}o0^pima^£(A \"the ^0i:$»Bbtb^thpliit ? ?,??4PjuMtiibd' it not' beeb^te^'thiB^l^aoi'diii:' • ^V -a^^ctiicie presented by Boss Bawybr lb. %' ' ^ f ^ n g U p h a ^ from ^??Jnbmibeb.^8^^ ^fltiiiM^ Bob La'Juliette in v'.^whlbibtie had tried to ^Iridu^':tbat::gentIe•' : ^ J: : ^an ^ttfijelp'him reach the bit-cutt court ofjnbtbefpuna\"inlithe.(district . .i ? ^ahe bou'biy ^^ in-? • sure that the treasury cases should be de-' ? •'•'.'•• cided}*4rigbti»' v He• • ' saw the necessity of /^x^trengtjfrenlrjir bis pb^werintb^/Btate^gor-- ^'£::^r^e^1if':finfi:piaiaB to tbe convention de- termined to enforce the nomination of the man he deemed strongest among bis lieu- tenants. •?'-'::':.. Bbs J^wyei^s erico^itpr With -tTpbam was the most extraordinary exhibition on record 61 the ownership of n^manby an- other since the days olxsoutbern slavery. That Sawyer alone ...

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 — 2 August 1894

wifpilpi? |6s§tfs tiiiiiPii m^^0^]^i§0l0^^^^^ i^m§0^^$^o^^m§: The bow baa a groov* oa each ^tid. A collar ran* down'inside the pendant (ttcm) and firmly locking the bow to tfca pendant, ao that it cannot be pulled or twiated off. now tilted with this great bow (ring). They -only about half is much, and are guaranty d for twenty years. Sold only through watch ^stoii^W^tch Case Co. 4 PHILADELPHIA/ • S r t ^ ^ t W - : B A ^ ' ^ 8 , ::).• W^hjive, in stock a fine line of Nevi^ and Stylish Suitings, and v^e are better prepared than ever to gr^e youMothes that are guar- anteed to give ^satisfaction and at prices that suit the times. Boys' Suits, $13 arjd upward. s : Men's Suits, $15 andNupwardv : i Pants, $3 5o and upward. , \\Ve Jalso carry a largestoclc\\ot Shirts, Underwear Neckwear^ and everything 'in the line of Gents' Furnishings. Also dealers in '§:':--m RB^AlKINGr A SPEK^A^TOV ^.f} '• |cg|LeMere, Dealer i n J A C K S O N P J O R T wis: 1 pay the highest market jpribe for tfar...

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 — 2 August 1894

NEWS. j * « : S #% 3S^^ , '- ^rlflbui^w»W r^ ftith and Senator H1U (fo.ry.) devoted more - . .S:*nBatWb:&bur»^ reply to Senator (^grman's attack of the. jttcvlous day:...IotiajfflteUMftjblll was passed lor the relnstat«mentl«|alerks di«mlasca ttom the railway mail Berrta§tj«tween March 15 and Maylvl880/Mr/Hariwf(O.) introduced a conj- .' •''OK- the'Mh . the sea*&' :i&*reeo:. to the.con- ference report on the legislative, executive and Judicial appropriation hill and further dis- cussed the conference report on the tariff bin....InthfehowaebUl8 were passed placing the widow of Gen. John M. Corse onjthe pen- sion list at 8100 per month, and (.permitting fourth-class postmasters to administer oaths to pensioners in remote districts. ? •'''•SBWAVdB! V^S :''(Winiry -ipbjUii at great length to Senator Gorman's attack upon the president when the tariff bill was called up in the senate on tho 28th. A motion to place coal •nd iron on the free list was defeated. A reso- il...

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