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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 2 August 1894

w® rif»fe W^JII^^MtM^^^^^ : rf ^at w.as4ot^t hi tfco':^^ ^Where-thousarids^enta^ ^^AiiinfrSbjin^ • - -~• . $£2 tfeli jrpii .thfe :^i^ei^ibtott6 - :B:'::\\ ^r§Sl:iWiD^ : iCpt^lit^^iS^vljilHiiariteit:-n*pn-'- -^.-.,-.v •'...•'. ^vjih^-witjiithie:wt^^^ir«riii«t^'v': v\"::'-• '•:. But, silent as twilight in autumn, V •&- AJia' 9V$ir Sisv^m6^r^:^^OT&:^(Bre'caBt ' -. ^T'?^'Wa4icorto fey^ilcnt inarches :. . -• •-.• £^$JiioiBi th&hfljaby land of tne past. - • • And%er the fieia of batfle\"™-- :\"••'•. ^\":T|)o^rTO®ta^it«on wcn^.\"'i , S^l0^inS'ber^ir it iikearrows, ^ ,. ? • Tho chUdron of sweet content - .And memories odd and olden * vf Came xsp ihroueh the dust of yeawSj: v» , iVndHippes that were glad and golden y v( VSTer© met by a' host of fears. ' Jindthe heartgrew worn\"andweary \" And said: ''Oh, can it be ' That I am -worth tho struggle - • You are making to-day for me?'V for the hearMtself...was the trophy AiiO'.prize,.of this wavering fight! And toll mo, O...

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 — 2 August 1894

ABSOLUTELY PURE W^&MffltM i*aii^b^tb^tt: : ^ ?: |i^rti^aiia^ hbyb wflr&^ «««a1 itio:ji^rismme^^ijDg--ipoMUted. this weefcy —The time of the afternoon train leavlDg |««r« fWAhuapel and Green Bay ttas been changed so that it now leaves this city at -l:15p. \"».: • :! •'•• ^.\"-':':: ' ':'-^r':'''- y/B'VX-)./\"- i-^-There li» a considerable amount of pBts- senger traffic on the hew railroad and this will largelyincreasejaa Boon as the road is fully completed. ':'\\:^m yy —Your attention is directed to eoangea in the adTertiBemente of Chan. Greisen and Scofleld & Co. and also to new adver- tisements appearing in this issue. —A load of plank which isftobe used in planking- the new bridge was brought over from Menominee on Friday, and it will not be long before that structure' will be ready for travel. ^ ..-'• —Reynolds & Co.'s sawmill will start up as soon a« the tug Goldsmith gets back from the west shore with a raft of logs, which will probably be alppg the lat...

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 — 9 August 1894

TOMJME lociu :&$MB^ 9, 1894. NUMBER 44V THE WAY WE CELEBRATEDseatewaatready, Five Thousand People Participate in the Grandest Celebration Ever Held in This Part of the State. MANY DISTINGUISHED PI OPI.E PRESENT DURING THE DAYproportions The Event Was a Complete Success in Every Respect — Sawyer and Upham Among the Guests— Over One Thousand People Banquetted by Our Business Men—The City Handsomely Decorated in Honor of the Event—Complete Report Civen. Our celebration was a success. Not au The excursionists were met by the local ordinary, everyday kind of a success, but baud, which had made its appearance on a grand, brilliant, overwhelming Success the streets some time before, and were es- with a great big S. Judging from the looks corted up towu. About fifteen minutes of Cedar street during the afternoon the later the steamer Fannie Hart, having on entire population of northeastern Wisoon-' board several hundred Marinette and Me- 8in must have turned out in a body and came up he...

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 — 9 August 1894

flhamotertetlo Marks of » Central -—— B*bW«ittWWT»«aljry«»tfaiHel«M '• :-''y'' -v-'jg-:'|& • . Mint BtwhaWvthe Gernmn explorer, •*tveathe following graphic directions 4ow to picture to th« imagination the \" tfcailraA* ^^ pniirter-i'^&sattw^ii*- ta »a tte surface is brick red several ifflioos of gigantic ant-hills of the aaaae.ec^or^ at least five to the heclar. Theatakefourtimes as many trees and plant to every hectar about twenty, snore-or less. Do the same with a like wuaber of various bushes. Then fill the intermediate space with high, •oarae grass, taking care to leave some «f the red surface round the big hmnches of grass visible, and you have the Central African prairie before Tans the termite or white ant hills appear as the characteristic mark of the Central African landscape. They TKBMWB HUJt, IN TOGOtASD. 'attract the first attention of\"'the trav- eler. Sometimes they are low, and scattered in countless numbers over the plain, giving It the aspect of a ...

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 — 9 August 1894

- — _ . - i . SE^liffi^lii ytoxe: State o f Alabama Elects ropuU»t« A m CUOmlnjr tlM ElecUon of Kolb u GoTernor^The i«inoci«t Sor* - . :::: pf Pates'Saccew Th»Latett ^'^''::v':-.^- :# ^: ^ _ CHIKA AND JAPAN^ ltt«(y''bf Urt Great W»r B«liicWBC«d ta tiomtqiSf Axtgi:'4.—-A dispatch to the Times front Shanghai says that reports liavq been receiyqd there from foreign officials at Seoul that the Chinese* tin- ker Gen. Yes, on ^andav lastf defeated the Japanese forces^ tiear Asan^ The Japanese Withdrew t6»Seo^ Shanghai dispatch says that 2^000 Jap- Al.ABAM£f yptic& -| anese were killed at Yashah It is be-' Bmurao'HAatv^Al^ lieved. that this refers to the same Returns began coming in as early as 6 o'clock, and from some points it will : take tw0 or tb^^daylsbeitere the exact returnssinipei^^6d Thetrialofthe Sayreelection law whic^is sintilar to the Australian system, proved success- ful and only in a few places was there : »py nitcb^^ beats seem ^Whuyeg^e^f^ itftiesoi *o y s...

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 — 9 August 1894

:0m lOCBATTC J. BDWABD HAKKIB, ^Ptibliahefc :, TlnwMonth».». J-ii-ivii/ii'iviv.i ..\"..'. -.-,v • Adv«rtis{[« rate* furntsbed upon Application, JTi^riwil ai * tiiilM^ in Sfargeoti Bay Wi$, Sift~: •e^«*efci«i maw«v -,• . .11.00 .. .80 •'.'. J » STUBGBON BAt, WIS., AUG. «. 18?i. ' :-[0^}i^i^1i^^iarB claiming that their state ticket will do some wonderful things in^lft^i Just BO. We notice that the woods in northern Wisconsin were all ablaxe last week. Could Duke Upbam's nomination have set themon fire. T HE southeast part of Wood county is foil of republicans dissatisfied with Maj. Uphara's nomination. The feeling grows oat of hostility on the major's part to Grand Rapids and Centralia and now they kick back.—Appleton Crescent. EX-TBEASUREKS Baetz and Kuehn will also have to pay back into the state treas- ury all interest money received by them from the loaning of state funds while in their charge. The sums recovered from them aggregate 1181,015. Please place this to the cred...

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 — 9 August 1894

iiiifiii torn thieves and falls—cannot be polled off the bow has • groove on each end. A collar run* down inside the pendant (stem) and fits into the grooves, firmly locking the bow to the pendant,. norJihat^it^annot be pnlled or twiated off. Jas. B o s s FiUed Watc h Cases are, nowfitteol*kh^^^ look and WOaT Hke solid gold cases. Cost only al»ut halfas much, and are guarantted fbf twenty'yeifi?'j&»ld \"only through watch :dealeifc gRe^^ iRJEFiOCAt NOTES. KeystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. SHIMMELol STURGEON BAY, WIS. W e have 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 give satisfaction and at prices that suit the times. Boys' Suits, $13 and upward. Men's Suits, $15 and upward. Pants, $3.56 and upward. We also carry a large stock ol Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents'Furnishings. Also dealers in pfirtches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. REPAiKIN A SPECIALTY. Jos. . ...

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 — 9 August 1894

m 0^0&^0S^^^Bjt^ STUBGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. •i^Meeiitur: Session.:.,: . 0« theBlstult, the generaldeflciencyappro- prlaUon bill was reported to the senate and placed on tho calendar, as was also the house bill to^TODhrtdo a uniform system of bank- ruptcy, \"\"the sundrycivil bill was paBscd....In the house Mr. Boen (Minn-) introduced tv bill to abolish national banks, making It unlawful tocharter a bank or provide addittonalcur- rency f or those already chartered, and direct- ing the secretory of tho treasury to withdraw all deposits of public money from the banks and return them to the treasury. IN the senate a resolution was passed on the 1st providing that tbe decision of the commis- sionersofimmigrationinrogardto admissionof aliens should befinal....The contestedileetion of Moore against Funston, from .tnOfcwond district of Kansas, occupied the ttoeof\"the bouse, but no decision was reached. ON the Sd a bin was introduced in the senate by Senator Hill providing that no alien ...

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 — 9 August 1894

mi J E. BASBlk. Pntilisiieri II^^ftie^S^^ie^r.^::l^him. .•STURGEON : MX^WlW&^mt A CUflATE'SEPIStl-E . Will you marry-a curate, iliSS^EttiielJ :\\5^y^ \"With a hundred and^^ tWchty poUiids:*'-'.: yearly^ Andglud to'^t ihaVl)t'iw ^p^h v'.' Wni^-ou never miss vespers or matins? WlliyoW rt Will youigiyie up Jour/stiltsaria your satins,,, : Arid wear ginghams arid mousselines-de- ' ^-C-''. lairie* ^.'^ :x^-S\"v-:-'\" \"A.': •,'„\" .:. - Can you please tlie entire congregation- Keep all tne societies hot- Barely praised it you're at for the station, And roundly ariused W you're not? • Can you disregardsneering and scorning 'Gauge at Homo you've to work like a boo* Wilt you Help to makefeedsin the morning Arid out bread and Tbutter for tea? Caa you drudgo all the day withou t pity? Can you darn,,sew and stitch, and—not tire? /Will you sit ori the ladies'committee. And warble your best in the choir? \"Will you stand by your husband when sligh ed / Bfy men who makcilght of his pains. Who...

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 — 9 August 1894

Wiirnmm gsiliiiiiisiSfi^pai Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't ilcport ABSOLUTEEV PURE R A I ^ mr // burdened with a surplus,'Or with extensii^}# land grants from congress consequently no fears for the safety of. its bank deposit were entertained by its officers during the panic of last year. Strikes have^/as yet, caused us no inconvenience, and^ho boy-- cott of our Pullman cars has been attempt ed. Oor passenger traffic i s ^ r y satisfac- tory. True, our csara will a«comniodate a few more passengers thajic usually travel, yet we expect increased numbers upon the convening of the legislature the coming . winter. yVyV^'.^/? .-..•: But without jesfjMng—to Sturgeon Bay and her people the present is replete with opportunities^the future will give to you her full iheaawfeof possibilities. Surround- ed by Natufi&'s beauty to an extout enjoy- ed by few/you may well cherish an honor- able pride in your surroundings. This day is tvtyot significance to you. Hitherto y...

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 — 16 August 1894

m%mmffim H P mm&, mm mm ^^P^^^^S^^^^ fy$SSM§M^M0?WM W&?0M •ASfsft VOLUME XXI. STURGEON BA^V T^| : *THUBSi)&1^ 16, 1894 . NUMBER 45. iSENSAT^NAt RUMtJR INVESTIGATED Jt W»» Found to Hav« No Foundation In Fut-ITMt Shore Fishermen Think that Kr. Martin and His Companions Were 'f v ar((»wned. '-'• ^l»ny rumors regarding the probable fat© of Ctias. I. Martin and twoeomanions, ' who were in all probability drowned in Green Bay several weeks ago, have been circulated in Menominee, where Mr. Mar- *in resided, as well as iu this city. It hav- ing been rumored in the former .city that no phe was missing from Menefcaune, where Mr. Martin's companions resided, a reporter of the Menominee Daily Herald investigated the matter, the following be- ing the result of the inquiry: In the first place the names of t ho two men as previously given by us are Louis Erickson and Charles Messing. Mr. Charles Setterstein, • : a well-known gentleman * Menekaune and connected with K. Lundberg's...

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 — 16 August 1894

as the Senate BiU. ' \" /'f/ |g//^i^^ //'::^rSS^ ':c/I/l|ll^^ /' ^t& : b^ / /foolti^^ , j'te.(soitttip^.prpiibs^.' %y Speaker Cri6p, advising the reces- ': «k»n from the.disaffreemenfc to the sen- '/ Wt^ia^ •-'•^llwvpftSsin'gVbf:: the amended bill,the / / I n t i ^ u ^ /: /io»&/irpn^ / 4br«e of all duties./ ./ :': / / • : • . fa the House. / v W ^ -•^ose/. met \"/. five' minutes after the democratic caucus adjourned there were more members on the floor than at any time since .the tariff bill •'•-.•' oroopassed.''-v- .At 2:16 p. m. Mr. Catchings was rec- ognized and presented the report of the rules committee providing for the immediate consideration and passage otf the senate tariff bill, to be followed %y the separate bills for sugar, coal Iron pre and barbed wire. Mr. Reed made a parliamentary ob- jection to the procedure, claiming that the tariff bill was not before the house, «nd indicated the republican intention -to fight the bill and report in every • proper way....

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 — 16 August 1894

itis-^ OTptffiT BtllRli WASvk'y'SO\".- DETROIT':'-•AJTOiri'-viifoB**.' ' J^«::El«©y*» /Eipeirtence • W»H*iy.-iSertooc' ' .- ::.':- ^-i,' AttehtIon,:jJ^ '- :- W$ ^ . S ^ ' U ^ m t l w '••'•:'•:• ': '^v&yfay-^ din and turmoUot the businesscenter, there ?#rejmany attr^ttve homes The iateraect- Ing streets are wide, clean and shaded by large leaf-covered trees, and the people you meetaretjrpical of indiistry, economy, and honestrtoUvij Th^Sare^many pretty resK ^deneei^lbi^iA&i^^ inits aeat- ness and homelike comfort than that of Mr. '^^!^1^y^'%^): and con- tow^r, at 74 Moran street Just off Gratoit. •^: El»?y fa ' :^v.^'l»8id^''6f:-'DBtt0tt, having moved here about forty years ago. He has erected hundreds of houses in differ* •nt parts of the cityj and points with pride vt^aiuca buildings as the Newberry & Mc- Mullan and Campaw blocks In which he dis- playedhis ability as a superintendent. \"I have seen Detroit grow from a village to a city,\" he observed yesterday in...

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 — 16 August 1894

a DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL. PUBLISHED Publisher. •One f^iv^:imiMUMi^'u.\\ v i-4'^'aMJ» ./Sihgifroopiesw ^ Advertietcg rates farolsbed upon application. Entered at tfuPottoffic* in Sturgi eon Bay, Wit. STURGEON BAS\", WIS., AUG, 16.1894. Tnos. B. REID, of the Appleton Post, says that he is not \"fishing for Mr. Minor's flat- tery.\" It Is unnecessary to say that he isn't getting it. ^ Taps. THOMPSON, railroad commissioner of this state, says that the Ahnapee & Western is one of the best pieces of new railroad that he ever Inspected. There will be but few roads in the state that will be in better shape than the A. & W. after the road bed is thoroughly ballasted. TUB tariff bill has been passed at last. \"While the bill is not all that it should be it is of course an improvement on the Mc- Kinley bill. Its effect during the coming two years will undoubtedly prove that a reduction in the rates of duties will be of benefit to the people, and thus effectually put an end to tbeabsurd cl...

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 — 16 August 1894

Jllp from thieves and falls—cannot be pulled off {_k C_%^ _o^ The bow ha« A groove on each end. A collar rufts down inside the pendai_'si(ste_»:_nd- !*ne^|jrooveSi u into firmly locking the bow to the pendant, so that It cannot be pulled or twisted oft\". •••''•-. ^ only ^ had^iA'Ca*es stamped with^histradefli^rkf Jas. Boss Filled Wntch Cases are now titled With, this greittbow (ring). They look and wear like solid gold cases. Cost only alxmt half as mtrch, and are guarantied fbrtweniyjyeatsi Sold only through watch dealers' RememDelr iihe name KeystoneWatch CaseCo,, PHILADELPHIA. W^^^fT^I^M REPUBLICAN EDITORS TRY IN igH V T O o6bCE THE ISSUE VAIN SHIMMpiN STURGEON BAY, WIS. We Have in stock a fine line of New and Stylish Suitings, and we are better prepared than evc,r to give you 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. Tants, $3.50 and upward. We also carry a large stock ot Sh...

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 — 16 August 1894

iiii^ttiii^ll:*898 K«artilar* Session. A SHORT aesaion in the United States senate ,• •'.%»» vheld/ oil Stiw vfth,: the most Important event being tte passage of a resolution direct- ing the president to take steps for the release ot Amerioan citizens confined in the island of Cuba for participation in the rieceMrebelf6n»» ...In the house a report was made from tha Justiciary committeeagainst the admission of : : Japanese to citizenship. IN the senate on the8th a bill was Introduced to \"preventprofessional lobbying.\" Bills were passed to provide for the opening of certain abandoned military reservations and to fur- ther encourage the holding of a world's expo- •ltlon atAtlanta, Ga., in 1895....In the house a , bill was Introduced to regulate the cutting of timber on public lands. Most of the session was taken up in considering public building bills. A resolution for an investigation of the effects of machinery on labor was adopted. THE senate on the Oth was In session only a ...

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 — 16 August 1894

IN^1\"HE§lARLi:lAVSr The great first chUdren-ibiiriieyed through With all'their stiee|» and Mule ones,:: And Sept:,themselve&In tiftbes apart F«ir-a-tfe or:tho\"tfreai^svias: Ami leadedthx length of days and nights, '•'Of summcratod^pfrains .'.'•. And saw no other men through all The Wuohprizbhs wide, Save their own Wnd who came to hirth, ^^d^a^ Anil left the mark of pitched tents, COtfobtprints In the dew. And tracks of beaten, billowed grass rnieir flocks had pastured through. And sometimes on a mountain top They stood among their spears. And j?azed across an unknown sea Into the unknown years: And sometimes o'er a silent plain, As endless as the sky, A child from lands unknown would come And meet them eye to eye And they would gaze and love and speak And rest awhile and then Each journeyed past with all his sheep, His cattle and his men. —Alice A. Sewall, la Harper's Magazine. * fci^hig t h i ^ w re&ppeared up^,Â¥the \"scene,\", rubbling litis hands in a pympous and se...

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 — 16 August 1894

AB*9LUTELY PURE f | | | i | | p ^ l | BAG . : ^ are four loaded cordwood at Joseph LeMera's dock. ^ great many of our people were disap- pointed in attending the celebration at -SturgeonBay Thursday on account of ..the non-appearance of the steamer Liberty. A great many of our citizens attended the celebration at Sturgeon Bay last Thurs- day and it was reported a success by every one. .. .'.•••.•••\".-' Miss M. J. Wilson, accompanied by Miss M.H. Wilson, returned to her home in Odell, Illinois, last Wednesday. Misses Maria and Lily Reynolds are vis- iting with relatives and friends here at /present/:// : Rev. J. Neff held services in the M. E. church Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Rev/Fr, Kroll will hold services in St. Michael's church Suuday. Miss Marie Landree returned to her home in Menominee Thursday. LouisLeClair, after a two week's visit among friends and relatives, returned to Minneapolis Sunday, where he will resume his duties as salesman for' the Baltimore Packing Co...

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 — 23 August 1894

•^I^UME^XSai :STIJBGEON BAty \\^ 23, 1894. NUMBER 46. fH^EXGURSittN BUSINESS IT IS AN- IMPORTANT ITEM TO OUR PERSONS MENTION. Stopping at This Place—Neglect of Them Will L«ad to Their Going Elsewhere. The stopping at^ this city of excursions prevented their hits from yielding runs, j Our boys, however,N'b.aye no reasons for, feeHng discouraged. They ^c^ good game of ball, but they cannot expect i wereia the city on^uesday. to cope with old and experienced players, j \\ Miss Rene A u d e p | 4 ot Fort Howard, is visiting relativesi in' tins city during the* presentweek. ' ' • __:!. -.' .X- - .-„ Miss Maud Haojiltoh returned pu Mon- day from Ahnapeevwbqre she had spent a few days with friends! - Mrs. Win. Nequette. of Kewaunee, ^j^O-j^^'^^'^-v-y/ .\"-. '..\"''•-''• • ' ' 'By another year or two if our present nine Exeur.ionUUi Shonld be Encournffe.l in'.i sticks .together,\" we will be abiet p ask the Depere boys up here and promise them an interesting game. Hub Wagener^ who caught t...

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 — 23 August 1894

wM^^&miMm^.^ : ^ rifci|iat:^ . : *^:^e^tuSy- cif :zoology^- says a. sci- ^ntJst Jtt$|&^tothsonia n institutiott» : -it^niea^jtltoijftll of the living erea- t n i ^ ion this ceart* are divided into .•a^5'jg^^ib' classesf:••'• They are the vejrK *E*t!^s^artic«iates, radiates and mol- ^'^nafiat:.' ?:^'..'' ^ ' T h ^ v v e ^ b r a t e s include aU animals having backbones, formed of a sueces- mpn of bones, or vertebrae, such,as the IwMrse, dog, fish, monkeyor man. • ./-^The articulates include all animals •whose hard parts are external such as t h e turtle or lobster, and such insect! a s Bobby Burns saw on a lady's txmnei mtehurcb. \"The radiates are those whose arms » n d tantieles extend from a solid cen- ter , such as the starfish. ?The mollusks are the shellfih, as the •oyster or clam. \"There you have a lesson in zoology w h i c h all of your children should study to-day so that when they take up t h l u g text book on zoology later on at school they will have a good ou...

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