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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 April 1893

^^amg§m, „ «j*3»ave?i&^ls^Psiimgi •'* 'm^&ii0!^§im0^sSS^ il§The:1j6£i§n^^ i^fcttifc^ntii^ AUttewOTia to hunting ^ £K §fife ^^ stg§ ^j^ SWSfS«rii^4^ hunselfr #^Sf^ ^p0iri Wet ' It.ww:an., officer coinin* laid: M^fMi^^^^^f^^^'^ vengeance onSpans i l p f g l ^ l j g ^ lui&C nfieh i p l i ^ e i ^ ^ §fi|*|^rbi^^ i|Sft:y|soihe ^ o h e just escaping • but, praise the I||Sft?Ijora^ :iiaet»^the .jgnittd' S?tft l bad not lyetdiscovered ^eir 1 c ^ and the llS&^ffch^ S I S ^'w^ ^lwk.-b^k^on' the- spb^ where lately : fce 'had satisft^ Ms hea^ i ^ He reinedMB horse on a rising: slope, and l\\ P C^:tuining\" in his saddle f^anced^hawgoyer the shadow dappled landisotha^ £$-M -•\"•• .ranniiigvupthe shiny ribbonof stream^ sud-shaky denly saw the black dot laboring away S--\"o• -: against Its c u r ^ : ^ Instincts of destruction ran along the v nerres of his hand. He drew a pistol and flred,,sending a splash of^wa^er over John's V: head, while the echoes smote the fortres...

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 April 1893

/ ^ S . Uan'«4liAiifA9 Tnt bow baa • groor* ooe«ch*ttt A^cdllar runs down iaaida tba p*ad«at d ~fit»'lnt( firmly lockInr the bow to tbfl pfendaiBt^ ao that it cannot ba polled or:twisted 6 £ All watch dealers sell them without extracost. ^ iM3dsiapws»^ Miiiiiiiiiiii \":i'iilvi \" . A180 Materials for : ^' ' .A.rt \"^lii^fe^^y ^ Cedar Street* - 1 STUHGEON B A T MBS. Ii ^ MOWRY* Latest Styles iu Hats,Ribbon*, Blower*, and Feather*. : Ladies are invited:to call and examinetny S:ooms oods which contain the most recent novelties: in Laplant'sBlocks STUBQPW^^tAY. pUinery t M^ A large Stock of Fall arid WinterGoods just arf rived. I- have received the services of a first- class Trimmer and am prepared to give the best of satisfaction. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. PHYSICIAN. DR. j . s.m^ Graduate of Victoria TJhirersity, Canada. Office and residence In Stroh Block, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Telephone communication. TJAHN1MANN SANITARHDM, Drs. REHM4, KAISER Proprietors. Specialties JDiabete*, Cancer, P...

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 — 13 April 1893

SiwiMMliWliiiiiiiil l&§531 si^i^EjtMriliii M R fAWUENOR. Proprietor. ••~#^rjre* »^drtTOjnt'V )r4 *V»^^«^J'«»o 5 i ^ f c « * » f * o f 4 t b O C ^ ^ fl^SS^iHHaind Give ma a call. JACOB HOLtS Sturgeon Bay, Wis. J.F.STROH, . iHiivtog opened a PlratClaM I WS&SS^^^S^HM. astrou$ Runaway.—A Tin Peddler's Mar- row Escape. -Various Matters of Loca] \"slnterest^ -^^^^ In bis new block, is now ready to cater . to the public. * 1 am going to Bay ana Sell for Casli and shall therefore make you ROCK BOTTOM PRICES 1 FARMERS, bring in your BUTTER and EGGS, or any-L thing in the Prolusion line. Stroh's Brick Block. REMEMBER THE PLACE. JAMES R. MANN, Dealer in Canned Goods,\" Fruits, Vegetables and Confectionery, Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery and Tinware. Also a large variety of articles for the little ones. We have in connection with this establish- ment a Tint-class \"•Wherecan be had atniltimes a good meal or lunch, . -. . • -- Oyiters and Ice Cream in Season. Bread, Cakes, and PieB....

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 — 13 April 1893

I n ifcisf CJitjr \"mil be Sold at .a SeasonaTDle^ LOCATED O ^ ^ R E ET. Large and elegant grounds surrounding the house which is one of the finest looking and best located mansions in our city. Will be Sold at a Great Sacrifice. The property known as the \"Bay View House,\" located on the best business corner in the* Fourtlt Ward, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. This property is a decided bargain, and consists of Lots 1,2, 3 and 4, Block 2, Harris' Plat of Bay View, upon whith is ,a large and complete hotel, thoroughly fur- nished throughout and doing a large and profitable business. The bar in connection with the house is one of the best paying in the city. A large and commodious dwelling house is located on Lot 4. There is a large barn, stable and carriage house on the property. Connected with the hotel is a first class livery stable, with complete outfit of twelve-horses, all necessary harness and vehicles, such as sleighs, carriages, buggies, road wagons and road carts. This is a genuine bo...

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 — 13 April 1893

iiSJps^fe ^ountjr seat bf^ Door :--:: p€o^ alongside bftlie beautiful sheet 6f Water known as Sturgeon Bay, Whicn^pens into Green Bay on the northward,while at its head the Sturgeon Bay & Lake: IVfich- igan canal, a waterway owned ern terminus of a line of these steamers that can be found a where on the lake. A splendid harbor, easy of access^ i lots -of water frontage, every fact, that is necessary. Lines of steamers to compete with the one now in operation wiU of course be built arid it is safe to by the government, connects it | say that Sturgeon Bay is the on- -with- Lake Michigan. The city ^ : o h t a i n s about three thousand i n h a b i t a n t s and is one of the handsoniest and mbst beautifully located cities in Wisconsin. The bay on which it is located is about eight miles long, and from a quarter of a mile to four miles in width, the city being situated ^bout five miles from the mouth of Hie bay where it is only a few hundred feet wide. • • Although the pface has-nev...

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 — 13 April 1893

T H E Will hereafter be known as STOf L L.PICKIE. , Proprietor, Store in the Sbimmel Block. T O FARMERS! w h z u -J Q LJ LJ (0 I have now on hand all kinds of Seeds, such as Rye, Wheat, Barley, Oats, Timothy, White, Red and Atsike Clover, Millet, Etc. German Lupine, For feeding Sheep A Crop of LENTILS is the most profitable thing that a farmer can raiso in- this county. Plant some and be convinced. r rr: Z o . # • • ' o 11 \"D m (0l Orders will be boottednow for early spring delivery, and all other Seeds not in stock wil be furnished on short notice and at reasonable prices. M.TEWELES Wholesale Dealer In Farm Prodnee. Court St., near St. John. STURGEON BAY. KOSTKA & BOEDC'HER, MERGHANT_TAPR8. We have a targe stack of -the Latest Stylet of Imported and Domestic Goods on hand All Suits guaranteed a perfect fit. GIVE US A CALL:! Looohardt's Buildinjr. STURGEON BAT NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. French Coach Stallion late-lamented city councU which we'have not yet called to the attention of th...

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 — 13 April 1893

..iilsw. ,......... t . ...._ liiilfiiii §ppyuga|^|l|lpB « ! ftJc*p^gbt,\\l^^by^^^ df g o l d - ^ ^ ^ b r ^ c a j ^ The ^ooftitOTt8:.: ::bf ^ I I ^ S K ^ ^ f i ^ ^ l i i ^ ' weighed and estiniatedilywiidt ^ d o l l a ^ a ^ ^ ii^a stored in :t^bbfcto^ 1 JBB»| }!&*& ^nef & & exultant ya^M 5! j ^ d iuttureck .^v -::' ^:i.:^v-H^^ f Bver^inan but TayloK: Bte dould not fail to noticetiiat he vras regarded as an inteTclbper. J^om thei hourof finding ifchocaye \"the renegades ihade every efv jfort to render Ms ^position so disagree- ^ble thai he would: take his ok ^ l*ttt herefus ^ fimLhed and persistent man, and had they known him better they would have held liim in fear instead of contempt. He had eambthered lri anger a^ not to hear the remarks flung out for his benefit, and he had worked as hard as any one in bringingdown and storing away the gold. . ,.•-• :.,-•'.'-' On the evening before they were to leave Taylor determined to settle mat- ters one way or the other, an...

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 — 13 April 1893

i #SS$iiito1gM^^ -,.,, w ,„. She will cuine when sprinrblossoms • » wak Tlis decree h « been ottered, tfie edict been Abroad through the nations the meswge has There fenanght that can atop her tamoltaon Like a cyclone in skirts a wide path «he will 'Ere the roees of June time their petals unfurl Shewillbe inourmidst-will theCrinolineGirt. In vain have oar statesmen made earnest ap- Tbe press and the clergy besought her with Sb« l a n ^ at their p l ^ •c\"! '-e&liaiiJijjffi ' tJp0.n5sh)t8$ijS^^ -^dO-e'sh^loliib^t \"Oh, what kindof a gay will this summer's girl Will she look like the pictures of long years .v-.yy^ago^yy^ When to walk round a girl was a journeytogo? Will she wear a poke bonnet tied under her .••V^toiJnlrV:*^^ Will her yachting gown blow over stiff crino- line? Oh, how will they sit as they used on the sand For hours at a Btretch—Chollie holding her v-:#h« • And hpweahYhe^^liisper wbi^ lo^hgMWIIS ••••'. • '^w^^'^M^V^x -.v'v yy^SM-'i^ When he's off in the col:'d...

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 — 20 April 1893

.ONLlf Per Yeari i NUMBER £ MitKiSMjW liKii|iM lllillfil on A M c b n t i n u i ^ ^: ^:: ^ ING/ L A m ^ ES ete in ye ft- £very respect, g^e^^^ ^ ^ ttients, T line of Bargains that we are ^ the above sale. p«rieric«d HorticuJtjritt.-Two MMtingt of the Citr Council this Wwk and We DRES S GOOD S DEPARTMENT. Apron Ginghams, '4fc. worth ?c. Light-cotorcd Calico,3C. worth Sc Pacific Grepon,7c. worth ioc. Satin Lace, in desirable patterns, 7C. Jvorth ioc. GhaTripray, 8c. worth I2$cv ©duolb-width Cashmere, I2£ $6-ih. wide: Cashmere, half fwbol, in all shades, 23c. worth 35. We carry an elegant line of Pattern Dress Goods, also Sirk, Satin and Velvet Dress Trim- mings. Windsor Calico, in fast colors, 7c. worth IOC. :, Amoskeag Gingham, 8c. sold ey^- erywhereforJoe. Sateens in plain\\and figured pat- terns, in all prevailing shades, i2£c. worth i8£. Strle&y att-wjcjoliH^rie^^, ^ prevailing shades, 5 ^ . worth $1.00. We wish especially to mention that these Henriettas were bought 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 — 20 April 1893

ilillPl§ll Oneo f t h e ^ l a w B W i d k e d o f f J n i l w faohoun, wad-th e other four me n laid place a s before. InI t w o i m n n i ^ . t f o e £amp was a* silent as the grave, and the specter o f murder whic h cam e o u t of the gloom M r i k w e r e a ^ ^ b e n f f b r a s w a s seen b ^ n o mortal e j ^ , long drawn, faraway Howl wa s heard, ^ ' ^ a n d ^ ^ h l ^ l ^ ^ ^ i ^ t h ^ l M p p l f ^ t i n e l as th e lonesome soundsreMhe d uia ears. There wa s %warnrog m that ijpered 6^^ - \"-Tjaylbr^ii pale 'and held hisbreafh. H e ha d braced himself t o carry ont a part, bu t h e wa s fearful that his\" nerve \"might give w a y •vtef4tee -$h^l^ ^ •'•. twettyv V# WW^'0iWii^M:^&B^ It^ waStain©^ ^ T a y l o r - ^ • \"Sayl : A r £ & i ^ ^ Taylor a« he ^ pains, and I cali't fceep stilt ^ y fch^ir.^ \"So have I,** replie^oile p f ^ h e « ^ | f t ' . he sat up. '''•^ ^^^^^^':-^^m0i Three m i n u t e r 1 i ^ ^ aroused, groaning and cursing, a ^ sentinel cam e staggeBn ...

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 — 20 April 1893

mMwmm wmmm BbK B A Y wid. . A P B I L 20. I&KL ^^^^^^^^^BBSIiSii HfiBI j||f§|||gf^^ llltl ^^|Siirt6' : 1^ stattie that breathes the : s^ Of-tb# i|^ft .:S: (^. feeIlngK v : -ii / : :?^BvvSSH%fefe4^®3^S' |j|f w^\" Crc»waing 'ittie^p^ 'jreveai&i'ir tile glory that' SiKpfi\" : ^ ^ crowns ^ft in»v*^ia^'-^y^v^ ^^^'^W^ fc$R g s 4©r«t:are the symbols of Tjeing, bat that which g^KJf yast the create atid'behehfc^ |S^' K Baok'Of the hand that receives thrill the sensi- v??SJy\"'v\"^ttyis^etTe8:'of'rec^Tii [(:^ ^'r...'-''€' i^': Space Is nothing to Bplrit the deed IB outdone tPWi j\":li»e'ihjBa*t « w^r\"is^aTni^ Dnt ^wanner ^i.3:: ^A|rf-^lTonj th«: pi tavhere:v1to(^-:«hiyervand:: S{K-.vv-fe^tfce essence of life itfilivine • ••- K£-':-.'^ •#' :•A^:v-:^ .V: v - : '',^C-,:-. —Richa^ Reaif. school. Gen: Icfolks think a deal ? they, ted into th e house in Suffolk street by a neat maidservant who eyed him suspi- ciously as she curtly told him to follow her up stairs. He was shown i...

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 — 20 April 1893

if m Att^tWaiHitl, „ „._.. . whicniSifci^^ see pamphlet, or send for one to the makers. PHILADELPHIA. **: jftMy ana 3&a U ^rata, fc. 'A-: ittf^ : »s»or^en^^ s .n»fc#*i JHwfir of Ithepholcest qualityftW»# Fresh, Salt and Give me a call. •4iff. Sturgeon Bay, Wte. • \"Tis not the oldthes-whh^maietbe man, • • they help?' ^W0£BS&£-M^%?^& bjut HENRY Has Just received afln*Jtei,iOfFab and Winte Inspection Is tnvited^v^ftarge/nuihterAX 8ampl8a. ,,- : i^.'-v.^^^-'i-.•••\"\" • •: \" I have procured the services of first class Tailors, and am prepared to give the best of .satisfaction..: '' - /, :ff,::iff:-:/y-:'/. -• v\" ''.\": S,.'.gally, V-- The prices are consistent with qtuantjot material and workmanship. : \\j Shop located-in my hew building near the Bay view eadof the*rldger * PHOTOlllilEl STURGEON BAY, WK . My Studio is now located in Mi B. I^wrence's new briok block. • QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY.: MY AIM A. H. CHANEkER 8T1JBGB6N 1 ^ * ^ ^ 1 8 . t Office in A / w j A w t 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 — 27 April 1893

^tt^MMi r!WfM ^BIWiiW^MiWiSlttiiili NXJMfiilWl li^thef And continuing ibr^fe Our e n t i ^ ING, LADIES' AND ^ H ATS , GAPS, BOOTS AND SHOESV Is coniplet^ in every iespeet.^ ^ ten days Great B i j ^ ments The fbllowtrig are a few pi the 1strge line of Bargains that we are ofiferirig during the above sale. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. in fast colors, Apron Ginghams, 4|c. worth 7c. Pacific Crepon, 7c. worth ioc. Satin Lace, in desirable patterns, 7c. worth i be? Chambray, 8c. worth i 2$c., 0ouble-width Cashmere, . 12^c. # 36-in^ wid^ Gashmere, half^wool, p B i Wecarry an elegant line: of P Pattern Dress Goods, also Silk, Satin and Velvet Dress Trim- §K\"mings. ' • . . • , ' • ' •.. \" Windsor Calico, 7C. worth ioc. Amoskeag Gingham, 8c. sold ev- erywhere for ioc. ~ Sateens in plain and figured pat terns, in all prevailing shades, I2|c. worth i8c. Strictly all-wool lienriettak all ^jareyaijinj^sh^^ s s ^ £ ^ ^ ' - ^ We wish especially to mention that these Henriettas were bought at Special...

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 — 27 April 1893

and other cases made pickpocketandthe manyaccidents thatWall w&tchesfittedwith the ' and CAN ONLY BE HAD wiUi or.:sett^t»: the^na|8 CITYMil Fresh, Salt and Smoked ^ a # SAUSAGES and f6i/lfky. Hive me a cull. J A C O B N Q U L ^ . Sturgeon Bay* wis. Tis not the clothes which makethe man* but they help.\" ^y :-]:''+•'W~ ?• ',{ The Tailor, Has iust received a fine let of Fall and Winte goods for Inspection is invited of the large number of Samples. . ••''.•••'• •.'••'.• I have procured the services of flrPt emss Tailors, and am prepared to give The best of satisfaction. . :' • :• _._ :'. .... : • • ,' The prices are consistent with quant •im- material and workmanship, ,' . Shop located in my new building near the Hay view end of the bridge. HEXItY ERlHttANN. WM. A. DRUMB, PHOTOGRAPHE R STURGEON BAT, WIS. My Studio is now located In M. E. Lawrence's cow br'ck block.. QUALITY. NOT QUANTITY, MY AIM. A. H. CHANDLER, ^DENTIST, m ' 8TUUGE0N BAY, WIS. Oinee in A. W. lawrence 1 Co'a. bloc...

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 — 27 April 1893

m^immmMMimmimmm^^^^^mi mart @tttti*ti &Maatnhth. mm §§i l|||llfL than ten times that of A l a r ^ y e t l i 6 & i ^ eki*eme speed, j^&-V-^S^r-t. by Abdallah 1 by Mambrlno b y ^ m p o r t ^ M e s s i n g ^ a h G l a r M b y ^ Jackson \"by YoungBashaw* ^ImportedBasha^^^^^v^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^: e AJar Clay Jr's dam, Flora, was b y Yankee Notion, sire o f d a m of Jack Clark, racei&c6rd2^7Mi_ by Shermatt'Black Hawk b y Hill's Black Hawk. Grandam^ -Lulus, b y NorthTaawk , race record 1867 (twenty-fiveyears a g o ^ o f 2^3,an d ftrial 2:28 byiShermanBlack Hawk byHill'sBlack Hawk . Ala i Clay took 18 first premiums and never awarded second place but once, and tfcen th e victor wa s H I 8 S O N . Alar wa s a horse of size, weighing135 0 Ibs^and although green and almost uimandled,trotted a triatm^ season, 11 or 12 years ago, whe n l o w records were exceptions. Beside being the sire of Alar Clay, Jr., h e has tw o oSUrs notable to his credit — their speed having pu t them wit...

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 — 27 April 1893

jrnUbed aponppBo«ttoi STUBGBON £ WIB., APHEL 87. 1MB. carefully examined there will be little criticism or It except, suona s comes from a partisan standpoint. The work io the main bM bejn well done and T O m m u w of public Impor- tance baa failed to become a law. There have been measures of private, personal and cor- porate Interest that^bare failed, but there has been no general demand for legislation that has passed unheeded. Gov. Peck has been '• • oblig^:tbwstttte!w^ but the unanimity with which they have been ' sustained: sjiois$lri&$8^^ merely wanted to shift the responsibility in each case and that the veto was inevitable. The refusal in such cases to accept the respon- gibilityis really the only weak point in the v'legiste&Ve\"-work^$ All «be bills T | ^ r ^ i t b ^ ^ become ^ w s ^ stand inIf • u ^ i ^ ' ^ i ^ i ^ ^ ^ ^ 0 ^ ^ ^ 0 1 ^ 1 - interest of t h e v ^ ^ really' demanded :^|exiiy!n% ^r^mmstanc^ Among the a c t e ^ $ t e ^ of gt^i-'i^Wiau^W^^MM^M^^^i proh...

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 — 4 May 1893

JBtaM WB88l$i£^ NUMBERS* 3fP'V:. Sti Johii Stsv On ...UMUU,, And continuing &r Teii Da^s, until and incl rietor. Our entire stock of 1 ^ )ING, LADIES' ANP|^ HATS, CA?S, B Epery inspect ^^ ^ A ^ ments. T^ line of Bargains that we are ^ the above sale. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. Apron Ginghams, 4|c. worth 7c. Light-colored Calico,3c. worth 5c. Pacific Crepon, 7c. worth 10c. Satin Lace, in desirable patterns, 7c. worth IOC. - ' • • • . Chambray, 8c. worth I2^c Diouble-width Cashmere, 12.3c. ^vorth 18c. 36-irt. wide Cashmere, half wool ! in all shades, 23c. worth 35. We carry an elegant line of Pattern Dress Goods, also Silk, Satin and Velvet Dress Trim- inings. f Windsor Calico, in fast colors, 7c. worth ioc. Amoskeag Gingham, 8c. sold ev- erywhere for ioc. Sateens in plain and figured pat- terns, in all prevailing shades, 124c. worth 18c Strictly all-wool Henriettas, all $1.00. We wish especially to mention that these Henriettas were bought at Special Sale and arebecame worth 90c. 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 — 4 May 1893

cannot be pulled from the watch. :, • To ^ * | i | ^ | | i ^ j | i i l i PHILADELPHIA. cAsiliiiliKKil Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats SAUSAGES0Pit0r/tY. flive me a call. JACOB MOLL^ ^Sturgeon Bay, Whv. •IMs not the clothes wWchniake the man, tout they help.-' P?P:-:pPt:Pp.. '•'•- -V./ -iV:x' ?*? *$ THe^ailor, Has just received a fine let of Fakapa Winte goods for Inspection Is invited Of the large number of Samples. . , „ A -. I have procured the services of first emss Tailors, and am prepared to give the best of satisfaction. / . . , /-. The prices are consistent with quality 01 material and workmanship. Shop located in my new building near the Bay View end of the bridge. HENRY ERDMANN. WM. A. DRUMB, PHOTOMftPH STURGEON BAT, WIS. My Studio is now located in M. K. Lawrence's new brick block. - QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY^ MY AIM.business A. H. CHANDLER, DEMTlfT, STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office in A. W. Lawrence * Go's, block. A. W. LAWBBNCK. \" -X(.~M. WASHBURN. VV, A. LAWHKNCK.•-'» Merchants E ^...

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 — 4 May 1893

mm •4Wm ^th^ Jii$irp*f«B4 and rocks-just what is needed to, prompt ho..**, « « » M i c h i ^ and five mfles from the refreshtog, health-: Ir within the city limits, and only five blocks away from the main business street Visitors and others wishing to view our stock or\"premises, are always welcome, I feeling able to walk, have bnt to telephone, and a rig will be sent for them. time.' Those not ISltl W^^S^^^MXS^i f|%||p*$: In d^velo^gacoltbr horw^ im4frstehdlng^ newsnd Im animal along* fn the right direction. The food, conditioning, and grooming \"har- ness, bits, boots, pads, stilkevs and \"bikes\", all come in for credit and benefit to the animal which,' by careful driving and developing, prepares the horse to do bis or her best Particularly are we careful not to overwork. True work at speed makes speed, and after an a m m a l o ^ carry 'it In this way horses are taught to go fast, and then the work is stopped before the horse is tired. This kind of work: brings into play hear...

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 — 4 May 1893

xWftti ^BlhgieX»pie| . ^ Advertising rates farotobed upon appllcaUon. EnUrtd at the * STUBGHON BAlV WIS.. MAY 4.1893. ally opened at Chicago on Monday, Presi- dent Cleveland pressing the. button that 'sef:: the inaiflM^^ an immense crowd present in spite of the 'Xainy\"^eatlletf^ £^ y ^ixjsmav^^ '• over 'the'• ^ i t i o n K o f f ' 0 j § : 0 y ^ p ^ ' : ^ ' ^ health officer it is stated by one who knows that one of the candidates telegraphed^) a relative of! onef o f ^ i r ^ i i e r ^ f e u t o ^mef • here and l^vhieiinlBu^ ^ vote for b i m ^ i ^ to did n o ^ importance as d i d S ^ ^ e t ^ ' ^ ^ ^ not come. No^ dbubi thV ^an^date Teierr^ ed to thought tfoat nifr^ection? t o the posi- tion sppken of i wui be such a benefit to the city that any ineaps shpnld be used \"to secure it. X^y y:y:yy-XK^^^'v,^.^^ IN connection wi&?the question of fish ing with nets in ttiis bay i t does ° not seem to be generaJiykknownthat thelaw which changed the line fwm \"the: mouth of the bay to ...

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