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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 23 August 1894

SDiiiiiil^i Sent t o for Bi s Efiect or t&e BUI Upon tb*B«»liicM Sltn- Ki'.- :itM&^^ •• \"•' itiUi signed by the presiding officers of A-id^t'j^v3bi'^,*iis«s Vv\"^»«#: r=tiiie.. r e s i- • Sdehtby Representative-Pearson (0.) ' bn%edadsda^ :5? : SM-^::\"::/:, :' .' • • • • \" W^Hl^^^^£iii^._':'' -:-'-.-17 '—-The' \"frioe \" \\ «n^r?1^fe.hlte^eii Preferred ••'.to.• ' the coinmittee | dn? finance. .The vote on the free ^Sfar bill was, ayes, 82 hays, iJ^s^The^^ote:: pn the motion to refer thei'iriaei$o&: bill was, yeas, 35 nays, '•tt^:fitiM:i.ia&xt. was the bill for free ir^n bre,:and the like reference was made by a vote of yeas, 87 nays, 17. ibhe free barbed wire was also referred to the finance committee, without a. division. Distillers Are Active. PHELADELPHIAJ Aug. 16.—There was great activity in the United States in- ternal revenue office here Tuesday fol- lowing the final passage of the tariff bill. Plstillers are anxious to getthe their whisky out of bond ...

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 — 23 August 1894

W^P: 5 B V E B Y T H U B 8 D A Y AFTBRNOON B r •'.OnfrYea*^-.:^^ ^ l:8iX:Monttt8.iSvi^.^ .'t.. '.. . : ••.:.-.v.'..s/ .60 'TbreeMo^ths^w^yi/'.vi. ^ .v...... . . , # . .25 •Sidgle:Cbb]fea ^^ :':£: ..\"'•' ,03 Adyei^t^lwtite i f uroished 4pon j^plicaiion. ^SnU^^tMe^mofflM in Stw^eonBay, Wl». • r 'V 'o::5. ^'V-'- : va»:««((«d-c/W OTiMMf. STURGEON DAY 'A, AUG.23.18M* •// /^ . W'0tlce'Is-i!j^ire'by.' given tha t the entire p u t B t W : ittthls^jlflce, together with t h e subscrip- t i o h ^ t and advertising contracts of this ^jptper, arid all accounts due the former ^-'proprietor, J. E. Harris, hav e been pur- chased by a c o m p a n y which will be know n ^ s The Democra t Publishing Company. All accounts due the office will be collected by this company , which will also assume all liabilities of the establishment. In makin g this announcemen t w e wish to state that this company is composed of a number of the leading democrats of this city and county , and it is our intention 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 — 23 August 1894

liSlipliSifpiKiS^PffS^^^^^^^H ea In ~ \" ^!|Kj^fiom: tbiieves and fajls-—cannot.: The bow has a groove on e«ch end. A collar runs down inside th e pendan t (stem) and fitatttortnewboves, flrwl^ j]10*k|aiB: t h e bo w to the pendant, so that i t cannot be pulled or twisted off* 't^:'\\ Can OTlybeVtod :wU^ CJIS«':').v 'wK» ' Stahiped withilus trademark lOw •las Bosk Iffii^ Cases are now htte^ w J i b t ^ g ^ t ^(W (rii'g). Thev look and w:ear like? solid -gold cases. Cost- only al^ut\\h^f^tauidu,,ancl are guaranUrrj for t^eoty ^m,fr Sold only through Watch deaie«- x fetnemberthe name iliPfli KeystoneWatch Case Co PHILADELPHIA. fit^te Tax is Alrriost Entirely : : Wip^d Out DEMOCRATIC OFFICIALS IPUT THEof KEYSTONE TO A GOOD RECORD. A Showing p^Wltich Every Member of trie Party Can be Proud. SON Merchant STURGEON BAY , ^VIS. W e have in stock a fine line of Ne w and Stylish Suitings, and we are better prepared than ever to give you clothes that are guar- anteed to give satisfaction a...

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 — 23 August 1894

UPS? ^tSOQNSm 4th from thohouse lofortoing the senate that . ••'\"' the house had passed bills placing coal, iron ore.barbedwlreandsugaroathe free list, in whioh It asked the concurrence of the Senate. Bills were p«sMd promoting: Commodore Louis a Sertorf, retired, to rear admiral on the re- tired list, and nutborizinff soldiers' home man*: •gets to extend outdoor relief to veterans \\ The . bouse was not in sesBlbn.^ :- v, «.: l^'r'r'^'^ totheset* port on the ctviU service hill was presented anil adopted. A letter was read from Secretary Carlisle in regard to the four pending bills- free iron, coal, sugar and barbed wire—deelar-'. Ing that If the four bUls became laws there would be a deficit at the end of the present fiscal year of about^130,000,000, of which over «28,O00,00Owould be caused by the free sugar bill alone....In the house no business of Im- portance was transacted beyond the thtroduc- tion of a resolution by Gen. Black in regard to •liver coinage, who asked for una...

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 — 23 August 1894

^fl|iiii|ilK|'| a THE GIFT biBnm '•• A single,^ee my :pH»^^'is! :5:.C: • :: *-o- - GfaUthe'.lOTi9hjgreQini^V fe: ,:: '.:'' ' 'v IuJ|)lnice:jDf Utte^lieaiuies^:-^ \"•:• HeSmeS lii^:^^bt bitt^ and stone '. But teeiidtiotlaHd^nd^sWMp of sea Havefai^^f^ucliJit^cltioii, And Wooim^ga^iatgraittted mie Los3 slm^^ . •:'v x.ft«s tliahfefW seii^B at happiness, ^ThaQnowla?poejtoteeI possess. It shuts all sordid things away, AU pleasant things enhances It tills :£!ieSilence day by day v WUWflumfcw'siBwpetesttancies. : Brcok8)babbie, wild flowers smile for me, And forests murmdr,in my tree. Birds,:too, and butterflies, and bees '- Throng in its compass narrow, A choir of rippling harmonies I hear in one brown sparrow A glint of sudden sunshine brings The dream of many-colored wings. An. gift divineI what sorrow curbs, What bitter fato can flout you? Better with you a meal of herbs Than tho stalled ox without you For eyes that you anoint can see AH natui-e'sTJeautyW one tree. —Mary Bradley, in ...

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 — 23 August 1894

partoersblrbor»tnfnroext*tlngbetwe* O.M. Wblteshie ts. J. E. Harris has this day been dis- solved b miituar consent. business*ywin t&^nthtuea byThe,.rcaMmM?eestatl*c,3ff \\jhojwHl settle all out standing accounts of ^Official pub. by John Hunner. stato treus.]. ,§:W0L..NEL^O Loans and discoun'ts :.l..- .U... •. ... .•'Overdrafts -.- -- -\"---.•- ., .: ,-i..: Banking house and ilxtures .- . ^)therreal esiiite.-. ..---—^.-.-v Dueirom banks and bankers,*-. Cash Items .... .v~.w.-.i--. ....-v-. 13.483 04 158 54 6,01068 1,011 M 5,805 64 0,615 91 'Totai'iwourees|.^^^^-.^...i . '.$51582.1 ..•'-. IMbllMei. :•'•.• -'•''\"••'•''. Cap!tal paid u arid un 1 mpalred i......$10,000 00 Doe depositors on time.. ..-$1^190 15 Due depositors on demand— 20,303 02 41,582 17 Total liabilities. .-..- ,..$51,582 17 BAY VIEW JOHN GOKTTELMANN, Proprietor, S A W Y E R , • \"-.'•••:--':'•' .'•-..:'.wis. The Very Beat of Accommodations for the Traveling Pnblic. A FlRSTCLflSS LIVERY STABLE is also kept in c...

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 — 30 August 1894

VOLUME XXI STURGEON BAY, W ^ . TJEtUBSDAY AUGUST 30* 1804'. NUMBEH4T DEMOGRAIICCONVENTION DELEGATES ELECTED AT ATTEND IM- PORTANt CONVENTIONS. 3fuch Interest Manifested in the Approach- ing Campaign — Representative Demo* crats From All Parts of the County i n Attendance. '^. Apn Saturday afternoon a convention was held in this city for the selection of -delegates to the democratic state, congres- sional and senatorial conventions. In spite of the fact that this season of the year is a busy one for farmers there was a \"very fair attendance\\ of representative •democrats from the different parts' of the county,'ten of ..the fifteen voting precincts of tbe county being represented. The in- terest taken in the work of this convention would indicate that the democratic party of this county is a long way from being dead and if our, opponents count on hav- ing everything their own way here this coming fall they are liable to find them- selves sadly mistaken. The convention was called to ...

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 — 30 August 1894

HANCOCK STATUE FOR GETTYSBURG ^ * ^ l 8 , ^ 0 ? ? * 1 ?*£e!.tr1av.D s i a l u e la bronze of Gen. Winfleia SoottijHtmoook Is to be set m on ttie battlefield of Gettysburg by the state of Pennsylvania. Toother with^ts nSSShStiZ jrork Mli cosi mOOd. The statue la 17 odd feet high: Thehorse.\".'aeSfSKs ? feetI S f s In th£ M i 8 ^ 1 ?f h f e \" a n d l ,ie1h uLr-t n en ™ r n m t h e r lotlK' «»to the mnstMiTe and goatee,^dd^ much £ 1 ^ Pl^uresquenesa of tuo figure. Tha horse, a fine animal, 1B full of Ufa and Its poseto canl- MISSIONS .W PERSIA. T h e y Ar e No t Antagonized the Shah's Government. by Work Accomplished by the Presbyterians —To Convert a Mohammedan Is a Serl- oo8 Matter-Homo Life or the Mis- sionaries and Their Families. young barn-swaljows justthatched ttnt balcony of a certain pretty Long Island gry bjrdlings in it, but the family that /HTOs/ In^§$$|^ the |)^it|^bj|r|^as ^th^pittcl^elt^ai^ of hP^eke?|p tln^e/: i^a^ n|!^^ lews * hattdsptt^? i i T e l ^ ^ a i l ^...

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 — 30 August 1894
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 — 30 August 1894
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 — 30 August 1894
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 — 30 August 1894

llltiSI 7 7 7 777770 '^^ In the house there was not a quoram present wben Its session began, but members sought to ^»akp tip several measures by unanimous con- •cnt. The senate bill allowing an ndaittonal iNW^Eth0ViubU buildlbg a^ tittle fiock ? Artfcv it^piisSeil. The Senate bin for the ex- oluslon and deportation of allon anarchists /was calledtip, but objectionbeinff made to its 7 wnalbleration It went over undertlve rules*. ! «nt at tho opening session numbered twenty- 7 one—less than half of a Quorum. The vice president announced his signature to the de- ficiency bill. A motion was made tbttt the «orgeant-at-amis t directed to request the attendance of absent senators, which ho did, •id an executive session was held. The house was not tn session. ASTER an hour's wait the senate on the 2Sd was Unable to secure a quorum, and adjourned. A clerk reached the capitol with some impor- tant nominations, but owing to the absenco of a quorum they could not bo laid before the *ehato„.....

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 — 30 August 1894

ISppSSKi' J. •'•& HARRIS. vPubilsBfift: STUE6E0N BAY i r t e c ^ i N . He fcoia»tt»?m ssife- Tritfcut His Hcavep /Friendshipsfcyideaift i^fcrwrtea tJrcre. Wliy-sbdiM ttp piureiiSleeUnf siven ° : *tiie putv'upo^ Friend after fri(^d lli: flower on flower, He takes:thfeH^ifenlyGardener knows Whenrounds the fright consummate hour For whichCM^-pI^t of.being grows r^ls,iift^ii^tisrtards pride 'Th^'SSrJ6^ li^t'iiy stbrm and sun - Are tfcey not planted side by side, '•v:iW-ieri- i^^a '^txnwtin.Him are one? ' biilfiaijitmehot• » •world wherein Memory shall play no blissful part! iJUghtbut life's curse of woe and sin, Bvii leave the power of hear t on heart. Too strange and cold the faith that spares •No mortal tio to souls set free Lrpvova dlTirior inst'hcfc shares, And feels them close who dwell rfith Thee. —Charlotte M. Packard, in S. & Times, BY A. CQJJAN JIOVLE. • • CHAPTER V, '. I t w a s c l o s e upon nine-when h e set out . I ha d n o idea ho w long ho m i g h t /be, b u ...

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 — 30 August 1894

^•-r^HfcxPOPOtAR: R O U T E T O c I l i l i K l AND CHICAG O • Kd ^BO^B of steamers. Passengers throughio destiriafumsohsaaie steamer*. FAttE^tijpjceon HaV t Milwaukee.. -.: $ 4,00 Fdjrtheround trip .v..^.-.....--. — .-. 7.W fittuwreoti Bay to Chieatfo—..-.....,.-. 6.00 POrthe round trip .: .i..........-—...11.00 „JMeal8 and Berths Included. GKm * S b T T T I I . leave Sturgeon Bay at 9:30 A. M., Dally, ex- cept Monday, for Ahnapee, Kewaunee, Man-: itowoc, Sheboygan. Milwaukee, and Chicago. NOTE: FrMay'8 boat leaves at0:30 P M. RETURNING. Leave Chicago every day at7:00 p. M . Milwau- kee 7:00 A. M., arrive In Sturgeon Bay at 11:80 P.M. GOTKGr N O R T H . Leave Sturgeon Bay every day at 11:30 p. M., and arrive at Menominee. 4:8t) A. it. RETURNING. Leave Menominee dally, except Monday, at 7:00 A. M. and arrive lit SturKOon lliiy. 9:30 A. M. For Green Hay »nd Hay Port\". ERcana- baaod Manlstiuue, Friday and Monday at •6:00 A.M. : NOTR.—Friday's steamer goes to Green Bay «'ity. but do...

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 — 6 September 1894

m WWINIOUTRAGE. ^ 0 ' t N i « b C f e N f MEN BROUGHT TO ^w&Mtra ArnutMin Michigan on Charge tin 4kre8h»mefUUy Treated. Their Story. On last Saturday evening Sheriff Thorp received a dtepateh from Frankfort, Mich., stating that two partieswould be brought ^h'ere by the Ann Arbor No. 2 who were supposed to be the ones who accompanied Chas. L Martin on that fatal Friday morn- ing, July 20th. The Ann Arbor arrived in this city about 6 o'clock Sunday morning and stopping at the wharf below the bridge landed Deputy Sheriff Johnson, of Manitou Co.,Mioh.,Capt. Ely Graham, his assistant,! and two gentlemen who from their appear- ance might easily be taken for the genus tramp. One of these fellows had his hands shackled with a rusty chain which had cut into the flesh causing very painful wounds, while the other wore an ordinary pair of handcuffs. . ' ^Tneyvwere vajr^pnce, takento'thecountybastile where Sheriff Tfeorpi wh6 is a humane officer, had their ^jew«W' romov^ fast for thei sup...

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 — 6 September 1894

ThousandaofTourists Visit Mount majority of them make pilgrimages to th\"e libme of George Washington on the •^llio^lll^'WlJjt ^^n^r^p)j jth0 Potomac^ Uf eyery-Vmbrnirig,:.•and . reaching:the Tttp-':away,t \\i0i0^l^^i^ii^: home tef thie lathe* '5 ! b£ $i^ • - The -p»-:collections. B^btib^ju^ ^ j: j s ^ ^ d r o ^ riianbiv ^dtchen »n^v^iiikiD^rooin^ %he^/^ey' S ^^rants. ''.^v^-: :::-:: . * •• . Th^ Tadeflithe southern section of pur com- : mon country since the civil war has de- \\ veiopedmariy of the natural resources which had been hidden and untouched becauseovershadowed by the cloud of slayery. The same spirit is bringing to the city and country homes of that Bection.' many of the luxuries which were for miany years known only to the north. The same spirit is traversing the hills and vales of Virginia with the modern developments and require- ments 6f rapid transit, and to-day along'the palisades of the Potomac an electric railway runs from ancient Alexandria to the northern ga...

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 — 6 September 1894

mm tffSi$ portlOTS of M i n n e ^ i a Miciigun and Wisconsin in which the forest fires are BOW raging show that the condition of pflitiira^ ^ : | l o ^ S | $ ^ estimate, ha s already reached $12,- S O ^ M ^ ,'• stand--' •troyed. Ba t even worse is the loss of | j t e « ^ ^ l ^ | ^ | ^ r i s h e d - • have already 'li^ji^lj^feiwsd while the reports a s £ii$i|y^ ^ increas- in g th e lis t The best information is that about twenty towns have already : fe«^: destroyed^ driving thousands of families from their homes in th e face Of the flames..- g{ ' • r •'.': HoMt Suffering Is at Hirtckl&y. | ?The^ worst buffering is reported from Hinckley, Minn., arid vicinity. Th e •stimate of th e loss of lif e there arid in th e surrounding' towns is being in- creased b y every report I t is said : t h a t s t r e w n along on one street of Hinckley the bodies of twenty- nine victims were found while i n another spot the charred and un- recognizable remains of 103 persons iWere counted. A. lo...

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 — 6 September 1894
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 — 6 September 1894

Hilltllll^^ nuts dcrmtinjMide the ^.^:. . \\\\£d£^ firmljr locltin* the •!»!!^' fij^.:^ They i j o ^ a n d v i g ^ ^ t i ^ ^ Cost only about luaf«mB*,«n are guarantr.d \"&r.r««|J!i^ KeystoneWatch Case Co , SON ^j^BonttbtOKOtoMUwaak«e ^^W»qtos^ys«pt:::i -^Ctw: 'reslgbation:v:of deeper JansouF, Pratton of the Milwaukee iife-savintr station has tiGea accepted, and Teleefortl Boutin, the kooper of the Sturgeon Bay canal statlonv has boon transtered and appointed to the •- . vaoancy-f |[t^ rllototlnvhaa had greui ©xporieneo as keeper hnd surf man and has rendered exceptionally merttorlous Service. ^'•'•^^^•^•••^•i-'::^..::-i--:\\'' Cant. Boutin's many friends join vrttb. us in congratulating biin in his success in receiving the positiou of captain ^£ the Milwaukee station. During the time that Capt Boutin has bad charge^ otthe^lille- saving station at the canal he has made it one of the best on the lake. The captain has many friends in towu, all of whom are sorryto Bee hi...

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 — 6 September 1894

Coinpiled From Late Dispatches. the last day of the second session of\" tho Fifty- third congress on tho C8th. Tho committee •ppoiiited to calltiijon the preside jfiil^to^^ffefii^^ tfW*e?,to • vE^il^^pisideB^^Ven^oii'- stui'thb s e a a t b ^ sj^rriblftsinb'd^ i§«ioiiii:^:S^e8^^ti'«'e'0»tes, ' reeentiy elected ('l 'i(0^ei^W[Ji^wai^::ta . takebffgdt December ^•3pi ^JH^derit had no , tttrtfeer coininun^£rtlon to jnake to conKTcsa, and tlio speaker declarea •V^i&eiecbrid-fiessiQhbf the Mf ty-tnlrd coiigressi £*i«4i«jirne^ \"dp MdM&''^[ PPMESTld # j 3h08 beeii defrauded out of $4,000,600 in :• :J*xe4 :'\\Vby derelict officials, and anita •V ^itt:jijia:©fci^^ :'.-: of Birmingham, Ala., has arranged for - *tie t r a ^ negroes to ^:',^bcrlav: :p^j bf^t» November 1. •••.::' v ^iJttE! wipe4 put the business portion ^ f Ellistoni a railroad and logging : : . « a m p ) ^ a r ^ M ^ Mor- g a n oot»ii|y, fft ^ b a r g e d with theft, *aa•• teW4'ii.'\" from Si s house b y white ...

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