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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 June 1894

r&L. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JtjNE,'% 1S94. ::isro^l^l L O C A L . Isaac Johnson now drives a \"nobby1' express and baggage Avagon. The cornet band advertise a dance at the Opera House this evening. The tug Mosher laid up on Thursday for slight repairs and to clean boiler. The County Board adjourned from special session, at noon on Saturday last. Health officer Sibree has served a last warning to lot owners and occupants to \"clean up.\" N. S. Washburn & Co. have put in a new Worthington pump, bought of Scofield&Co. Mrs. J. R. Maun has an advertisement ' . in:this issue that will be of deep interest to $11 the ladies. There is a noticable increase in the number of lumber carriers passing through this bay. FBESH Rolls every day at Fengler's. M. Cocheni's old store building, now occupies the rear of the lots to be oc- cupied by the new brick building. f f t l W continue to receive subscriptions '( to this, the best newspaper published iu Etoor.county, at a very sa...

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

STURGEON BAY WIS. im. J. PIHKEYi - - Publisher. GREAT LOSS BY FLOODS. Itftiolo Valle y o f t h e Fraze r R i v e r T u r n e d Int o a Grea t Sea. . '. ' San Francisco, Cal., May 29.—Dis- patches front Victoria, \"B. C , tell of an appalling waste, and- destruction from flttWlS along the Prater River 'and\" nu- JBprous tributaries. Many thousand acres of fruitful lands are covered with water on which floats the debris of rained homes. . costly dikes and expensnve bridges. Hundreds of people are Keeking shelter on rafts and on the highlands. Loss of life is reported. Th e flooded dis- trict embraces the most extensively cul- tivated region of the province, extending fifty miles along the banks of the Frazer River from Ne w Westminster. It is tfrtuted that the great bridge of the Cana- dian pacific a t Itevelstoke is gone, and another at Mission City. All crops are mined. FORGER BEHIND THE BARS. Arrest o f John B. Wallace at New York fo»Pilitf Names of Escanaba Men. New York, May 29....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 June 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 R X X V I I — C O N T I N U E D . A twelve month had scarcely elapsed since Aanoncka's first -visit to the \"big house\" when she died in giving birth to n splendid boy, who, like the father was named Ivan. They could not call him Marsof, so the miller suggested Moroza, which means frost, the boy having been born during a severe frost between Christmas and twelfth uf^ht. Marsof often paid visits to Ivan Moroza, who was being reared by a peasant woman in the neighborhood. This •very formidable lady-killer had conceived a by no means lukewarm passion for the handsome miller's daughter. Perhaps it was from gratitude that, notwithstanding his reputation, Annoucka had had suffic- ient courage to \"throw herself at his head\" as it were. At any rate, he tacitily acknowl- edged that Ivan was his son, and from the very first moment showed himself particu- larly interested in the boy. Marsof had particular...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 June 1894

Wm 60UN#DEiOGRftT. Entered at the po*lotHeem 'Sturgeon Bay, as :^- iv'v,:- -v^^*«J\"»t etasi-,mUteri ...•.- ••-:. : c PtffiUSHB© WBEBXY BY x I G H N t J . M N J S L R Y , Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, S1.50 PER YEAR. './, SPKCIAi NOTiCK. All persons addreHstag communications to the JOOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the puMiaherand not tno paper alone. Always address as follows: JKO, J. PINNEY, Publisher, Sturgeon Boy, Wis. STURGEONBAY. WIS., JUNE 2. 1894. EDITORIAL. MUST the world go on forever break- ing lamp chimneys? ' I F IT was only the third ward, now, that wanted to get. out, instead of the fourth, what a happy lot of mortals they would he. As the time lo r conventions draws nearer, and nearer, the iact that the proscription society of A. P. A.'s will dictate the republican campaign of '94, becomes more and more apparent. T H E republican party cannot cease to be sectional. Yankee thrift, trenching well on dishonesty, has ever found the conduct compar...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 June 1894

IN THE, GOUNTY. JACKSONPORT. Four schooners were in port on Sat-. rorday last The banking grounds arc being clear- ed very slowly. • • Memorial Day was observed here in 4he usually way. Hats. If you want a bargain in hats call on Jos. Le Mere. The farmers are not very much afraid of a drouth this year. Jos. Dana passed through here on his way north on Tuesday. The irrepressible misquito is singing to us his gentle lullabys. Another heavy shower of rain passed -over this region Saturday night. Dick Spalsbury was here the first of the week en-route to Baileys Harbor. The weather for the past three or four days has been cold and disagreea- ble. The heavy frost that visited this place on Sunday night, damaged the fruit crop considerably. The Goodrich steamer,City of Luding- ton, was in port Saturday evening on her way south. ilr. and Mrs. Win. Anderson, of •Baileys Harbor, were visiting relatives here on Saturday and Sunday. The wood market continues dull and\" .'unsatisfactory. Little ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 June 1894

MARINE NEWS. Victitn* of the Grea t Storm.\" ' T h e Milwaukee schooner Ida, Capt. E d w a r d Christensen. bail a perilous ex- perience on Lake Michigan during the grea t storm. Sh e left Mnnistiouc for OhieORO on Thursday with a carxo of lumber, and during the height of the sale o n the'following day wiw in midlake off Milwaukee minus the greater portion of her deds-load, in waterlogged condition, ami with her crew in such n mutinous tftate a s the result of fright and despair athat they absolutely refused \"to obey «*rders. T h e men wanted to head the vessel for Milwaukee and for some time insisted upon-doing so, hut after much ef- fort Capt, Ohrisf.enaeu persuaded them t h a t a change of course meant eertain destruction to the vessel and all hands: t h a t the proper thing to he done was to keep her before the gale and fry to reach Chicago and finally, failing in this, to run her on the sandy heach at the head of the lake, where they had some show of reaching terra lirma. Cap...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 June 1894

—It's a wise tramp that knows his own rmy.—Syracuse Courier. A BAD TEMPER and a bad liver— you'll always find joined together. Make a note of this, and see If it isn't true. Now, why not giro your naturally sun- ny disposition a chance? Dr. Pierce's _ _ . _ ^ Pleasant Pellets will do it for you. , They correct your dis- ordered liver, clear up your system, and make life look different to you. They do it in a pleasant\" way, too. They're the smallest, the cisiest to take, and the most natural remedy. SBSp a vial of these tiny Pellets in your vest-pocket They'll give you a permanent cure for Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipation, Indigestion, Sick or Bilious Headaches, and every derangement of the liver, stomach and bowels. The.makers are so suro you'll be satisfied that they'll agree, if you're not, to return the money. For twenty-five years these Pellets have sold on their merit Why buy other pills, when P. P. P. are \" guaranteed\" I There'snothing likely to be \"just as good.'1* KNO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 June 1894

SENSIBLE FARM BARN. Arranged So M t o Save the Fait V»lno of ' • Manure. • • One,of the chief \"secrets\" of ^bod {farming is the providing o f plenty of plant food for the land at a minimum -of c o s t 'Differen t farmers havo differ- e n t way s of doing thin—each one vary- 'Ing his methods to suit his individual circumstances. I t i s also true, unfor- tunately,: that there is a much larger class ox farmers w h o m a y b e said t o have different way s of wasting plant fertility—ways that, though differing, all lead to disastrous results. With the great majority of farmers w h o waste valuable plant food i t is the old story of allowing stable manure t o deteri- orate before its application to the soil In many cases it is thrown out of doors, to b e leeched of its most valu- able qualities by every rain and shower, or t o b e more or less completely de- stroyed b y heating. Th e majority ot .farm barns do not have, and iu many base's cannot have, cellars under them, in which man...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 June 1894

VOL. 2. STUROEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE, 9, 1S94. LOCflL . Next week grading ou the railroad bed will be commenced within the city limits. A good sized crowd attended the band dance at the Opera House last Saturday • evening. .'}-.The steambarge Seymour loaded lum- ber at the Reynolds mill for Milwaukee on Monday. The display of fireworks in the shop windows make the small boys eyes bulge with expectency. , There seems to be no organized effort on foot to have a fourth of July cele- bration in this city. Ontside masons have arrived in the . city to take charge of the abutment work of the railroad bridge. The Hart line of steamers seem to be enjoying an exceptionally good run of passenger business just at present. Body maple wood is in good demand a t EggBarbor, $3.00 per cord being paid for a good quality delivered on pier. Mrs. J. R. Mann has a two column advertisement in this issue that is of great interest to the ladies of- Door county. Ladies, buy some of those patterns of Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 June 1894

STURGEON BAY, WIS. JHO. J. PIHUEir, Publisher. BLOW TO JENKINS. The House Committee Adopts th e Report on th e Northern Pacific Order. Washington, D. C , Jane 5.—Jodgc J. G. Jenkins, of the United States circuit court, received a very severe Wow to-day, when the judiciary committee of the Rouse voted to endorse the report of the sub-committee which investigated the Judge's anti-strike injunctions in the Northern Pacific case. This report was the One presented by Chairman Boatner and Representative Terry, and while it held that Judge Jenkins had not been guilty of corrupt practice, it stated: \"Your committee has-no hesitation in de- claring that the orders rendered were a gross abuse of the court, were supported by neither reason nor authority, were be- yond the jurisdiction of the Judge, and were therefore void.\" Mr. Stone, of Pennsylvania, at first proposed to prepare a minority report, but concluded that, as the court of appeals would review the in- junctional proceedings,' he w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 June 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. H O W A C R E V I O U S W R O N G W A S A V E N G E D . CHAPTE R X X I X Countess Gretzky in redemption of her promise? had written to her niece to tell her of Valerian's marriage. \"This mad act on the part of the young man,\" she said has been severely punished. I myself have played a part in the bringing about of the punishment which at all costs I would have avoided, but it was to be. I woultjsooner not give voii the painful par- ticulars, and let me say a few words of her who henceforth, whether we like it or not, is my nieje and your sister-in-law. She 13 a young girl of very humble origin, without fortune, but with a fair education. He r moral character is beyond reproach her prinoiple are worthy of all respect, as far as I can see. If, as is most likely, Bhe goes to thecorintrytoliveon Valerian's estate, she will, of course, be your neighbor. You may, perhaps, have an opportunity of see- ing her at any rate, people will tell you about her. Keep me posted u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 June 1894

POO R COUNT Y DEMOCRAT . J°£ S ^ S S ^ q/uircment of the charter. Can it be that our republican city administration is in any way lacking in \"capacity?\" Bnttrtd at Ous portoMce at Sturgeon Ban, at second clang matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV JOH N *F. PINNEY , 'ffdltor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, Si.50 PER YEAR. HPKCIAL NOTICB. All persons uddrefcsiDg communications to the BOOH CottsrV IIEMOCHAT, will please address the publisher and not the paper alone. Alwaj'8 address as follows: J NO. 3. I'I.VSEV. Publisher. \". Sturgeon Hay, \"Wis. STCRGEOXBAf. WIS., Jf.L\\'Ki 1684. MY AIM IS GROCERW Y T H E republican stale press, including the Advocate, groans piteously over the payment of $10,000 to Mr. Bashford, Attorney General O'Connor's assistant!. .. ., ... , • ,,. . . . , * . I r , . . , in the case, it will be seen, according to i .ntheotateo t«a«,ry c a ^ . ^ I t i truly | ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ mJ* a j MY STOCk IS PURELY GROCERIES, remarkably favorable showing for tlie i note ho w sol...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 June 1894

IN THE, GOUNTY. BAILEYS HARBOR. \"TheR. P. Mason loaded wood at Brann's pier on Monday. A' dance was given at the National on .Friday evening and, hs usual, a iirst- rate time-was hal The Nancy Dell has made Imtone trip to Baileys Harbor this season taking out . a cargo of posts for Otis Griffin. The movement of wood from this port has been very slow thus far. The mar- ket seems to have dropped clear out. - Ca.pt. John Brann is in the furniture business this year his place on the Nancy Dell is filled by Martin Hiekey. Gus. Pfeifer has been niakiug some radical improvements in the interior of • the: Baileys Harbor house which im- proves it greatly. A flag-pole is being got out for the schoolyard. It will be upwards of sixty feet in height and is a much need- ed improvement. Kniskeru & Kilgore did not purchase the Brann horse as reported in your columns last week. The one purchased was the trotter owned by D. W. Spalsbury. The Door Co. Summer School will be held here this summer. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 June 1894

MARINE NEWS. tannge.ft'fo tho SValliiln. T h e United States court of. appeal? has affirmed tho \"decision'of the district court in tho case of Thomas •.Wilson -against vibe-Chicago\" Vessel Owners' Towing Corn- pan * and the Fitz-Simons & Council Com- nany for damages for the collision of the Steamer Wallula April. 9, 1888. with the south abutment of the Wells Street fcridge, Chicago. T h e steamer was being towed down th e river by two tugs, and collided with the abutment where the pro- tecting piles had been removed by Fitz- JSituons & Conuell under a contract. Th e steamer and IICF cargo of wheat sustained severe damage, and in Judge Biodgett s eourt the owners of the vessel and the in- surers of the cargo were given a verdict «f damages. The court of appeals, in a n opinion written by Judge Jenkins, sus- tains the lower court, and holds that the contractors were negligent in removing the piles without providing some other protection to vessels, and the towing com- pany...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 June 1894

, S U R P R I S I N G FIGURES . T h e Extent o f Advertising Done b y t h e Lydia E . l ' i n k h a m Medicine Company. Some idea -of the importance of the Lydia E. Pinkharo Medicine Company, as a Lynn «nterpri$e, ma y be estimated by the amount of advertising which is placed by them iu th e leading newspapers of America. Ad- vertising is in their line one of the surest fauges by which to judge the extent of their nsiness. The newspaper advertising of this famous concern is all placed through the advertis- ing agency o f Fettingill &Co., Boston, an d the writer recently learned while in their offices that eight tons of electro'tvpes were .shipped by them t o the newspapers in one day, all of which were advertisements of the Lydia E . Pinkfeam's Vegetable Com- pound. Some idea of th e extent of each advertis- ing can be formed when one considers th e fact that a five-inch electrotype weighs but a few ounces, and that eight tons consists of 256,000 ounces, or an amount sufficient...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 June 1894

CAUSE OF TUBERCULOSIS. Tbc Dl*ea«e I* Simply » Question of To* afnch dlv« «nd 'tmke. It would be well for dairy farmers to pause and ask themselves what is the cause of the rapid spread of this dis- ease, practically unknown until within a few years. Have we in .developing the cows to their utmost capacity weakened their constitutions? It would appear as if this question would have to be answered in the affirmative. The production of milk is a serious drain oh the system of any human be- ing or animal, and, in the case of the cow, is often continued with little or no respite all the year round and year after year. In order to obtain the largest possible returns, the COWB are kept in warm stables and given as much rich food as they can consume. Willie the owner thus succeeds in ob- taining abnormal yields of milk, he has also succeeded in giving his cows delicate constitutions. They have be- come like hothouse plants, which fade away and die at tbe slightest exposure to the rude ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 June 1894

STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE, 16, 1894. NO. 21. \" L O O r t L . L u m b e r business continues o n t h e gain , slow, b u t sure. H a y i n g h a s bee u commence d o n th e A. W . L a w r e n c e farm . O. E . Dreutze r sold hi s liousehold effects a t auction sale yesterday. H o m e g r o w n vegetables a r e beginnin g to b e quite plentiful in the local m a r k e t . Secure you r reserved seats for th e school entertainment . N o w o n sale a t Reichels. J o s. L e Mere , th e J a c k s o n p o r t mer - c h a n t quotes som e interestin g prices in this issue. , J . 0 . D a n a & Co . have move d thei r stock of implement s into thei r n e w w a r e house. T h e t u g P a n k r a t z b r o u g h t a large raft of logs from th e west shore on Mon - d a y m o r n i n g . P B E S H Rolls every da y a t Fengler's. Thes e a r e the day s an d nights whe n t h e tuneful masquit o flits abou t w i t h festive intent. T h e larg e stone for the railroa d bridg e d r a w a b ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 June 1894

S T U R G E O N BAY i W I S . MO. J PIIWEr, - - Publisher. TROUBLES NOT AT AN END. T h e y K e f u s e t o E n d o r s e t h e C o l u m - b u s T e r m s fo r E n d i n g t h e C o a l S i r i K e . Columbus, O., J u n e 12.—Ponce is de- clared in th e mining districts whose rep- resentatives, miners anil operators have Ijeeii in session hertf for two days trying to patch up it phi 11 for the settlement of th e groat strike. Th e iscale adopted wa s iS) cents for the Pittsburg district, W cents for the Hocking valley district, and proportionate rates' in the other dis- tricts affected. Jt is a victory for both operators and miners, if such an expres- sion ma y be allowed. \"Th e rate agreed on is less than th e scale'demanded by the men and in that sense it is a victory for the operators it is a victory for the men in that it advances th e scale 10 cents in the Hocking valley district. Dispatches from Ulouster anil Corning say the miners oppose the compromise. Miners of,sub-distric...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 June 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. H O W A C R E V I O U S W R O N G W A S A V E N G E D . CHAPTE R XXXI. \"Winter had coma again with its snow, frost and cold like, the year before. T h e previous day mass had been performed at the church for the repose of the son! of AnnaPorof. It wv exucilv a twelvemonth since the poor woman had died, since JBaissahad returned home dishonored to strike the mortal blow to this mother, so -tenderly beloved. This anniversary, doub- ly painful, had plunged the young wife in- -to a wnirlpool of contending thoughts. Shame, anger, the recollection of the out- rage, had almost swamped the feeliu\" of •appeasement that had fluttered uppermost for some time. All the tears shed\" at that horrible period, the revolting ideas that had accompanied the insult, drifted back from the past and harrowed the soul of the unhappy woman. It was late, the great clock in Valerian's room had struck the second hour af ter midnight, and still Raissa, battling with her gnawing memories, was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 June 1894

!$ fiOUNty DEMOCRAT. Entered attfus potloffiee at Sturgeon Say, at tecondclatt matter. rCJBtlSHED WEEKLY BY xTOHN J. PINNEY, Editor an d Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.5 0 PER YEAR. SPJECIAt NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the DOOB CotmtY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publisherand not the paper alone. Always address as follows: • •'••• Jso , J. PINSEV, Publisher. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS.. JUNE, 161894 EDITORIAL. D o o n County's a p p o r t i o n m e n t of th e •state school fund this yea r is f9,078,r 88. T h e a p p o r t i o n m e n t is o n th e basis of 81.85 an d 7 mills pe r capita. A P E O P L E ' S P A K T Y stat e conventio n is called t o b e held a t Milwauke e o n J u l y 4th. Will th e A. P . A. dictat e candidate s there, too? W e gues s not. W E repeat : T h e r e m e d y for tho evils g r o w i n g ou t of o u r i m m i g r a t i o n laws for anarchy an d t r a m p s for lawlessness of every g r a d e i n labor strike s a n d r...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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