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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 September 1894

{JBy:tlw Democrat-^ l i W i i ^ l ^ j f f {{{/ f'j S X ^ Q E O ^ J B A ^ S H E C O M E S . :.-£itft:^lfc .'ti& s\"t^^ /Aa$'«#&*a«as ^(j^u^My'a , %61come glare .{ : :--Brin^{drOT^e^ /£lten*Ifcr/cbibin$^ :'. ':% A'ong.the dun-diist road their owner bear, : • Anon the winding ^©J^tlU hide my swe\\2t» But my w a ^ J ^ ^ ^ c t t f r e s her still taora Ifeel iBer coming! £Haaeiag swallows bring / The, ne«ai^j|U3»tt Jindeacti bird will re- : /'\"7 //^//jotc©/?/// M^/ /. v. / '•'•/ : Withgentle flutter, and prepiro to sing : ? Some strains to suit tho mtisio of her voice. /its'eejffer/coming! l ^ r e r than before * She/sebrns'I to mb in i^acb, in every part ^ W h ^ r e p ^ e some calm to mo restore? : '::-^^'ff*y my eyesnot show her all my heart :/f: / 7-^-Deline Payn,in Chambers' Journal. BY A- CONA1S* DOSUE. / CHAPTER Vt~Coi«TiNUED -'/-7 Neve r m i n d t h e pl d girl here , h u t come alon g w i t h m e n o w stiiigli t •away. . Yo u shall live like a princess.'- ^Po...

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 — 6 September 1894

lll|8pS§fPtl| ^l^iifoS=bbange: of:\" Bt*amer* /' Passengers go 9 ^b«j»«it*riO destinations on same steamers ^ i F A f i f c ^ S t y r ^ :s5! SJ^^heTOHna trip i-T^------ «S ^ ? Statgeon Bay to Chieago.rw. -.-v...... M». r S Fbrtheround trip?,--'i.r.«r---*-y\"\":'-- «: i I U V H w Meals andBerthslnoluded. tiave Sturgeon Bay &t t»:80 A^ MM Dailr.ex- £ - bept Monday. * Abnapee, Kewaunee, Wan- S Ittww. Shoboygart. Milwaukee, and Chicago. :* JWOTB: Friday'a boat leaves at 9:80p M. RETURNING. Leave Chicago every day «t 7:00 p. sr. Mllwau- ~^ee 7:00 A «., arrive in Sturgeon Bay at . v..•• :• U80 r, ^ . Q J ^ Q . j r o B T I * . •' ' Leave Sturgeon Bay every day at 11:80 P. M., and arrive at Menomiuee. 4:80 A. M. RETURNING. Leave Menominee daily «ccpil^onday, at M » A M and arrive at Stunreon Bay,o »:80 & a n d MaoisMque/ Friday and Monday at : \\ - ' «:00 A.M. . '-.\"•': ••'• v.: • . '\"•••••„•\" NoTB.—Priday's 8tenmer goes t a Green Bay ,^T »'.iM?nntt irn.iu Ports ...

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 September 1894

VOIiUME XXI. ST ( g a ^ g f ^ ^ ^ 1804. NUMBER 49 . fimiftoeAt NOTES. c'iv ', :'' ^^ water works} ':: y^i~&lj^ I W™. •: Basking • hasstead yO/jjjj&tjj^^ in this city. ' '-.He ^ ^ l l ^ P ^ ^ ^ j ^ ^ ' ^ f t i ot^enry Buscbman ^x^'^^itiiiirgeon Bay\" is no w as good a' market for farm produce of all kinds as there is in P ^tbe fjj&tii- r J. Ti ^—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Long lost their y threfrweekd-old baby on Friday, it being \\v:-buriedbn Sunday. —M. Cocbems new brick block isnearing completion. The shelving and painting is , being done this week. —The Custom Honse in tbii city has been removed to the \"pemocrat'' office, in rear of Scofleld'S Hard1ware store. ^Architect Hamacek has drawn a plan for the newJjeir for 'the city, to take the .'place of the old ••calaboose.\" • \"'•• —The Wm. (X Brown mill had to shut down for about an hour Tuesday morning. Cowing to a breakage in the enginerpom. —rA carload of horses waa brought In 1 from Green Bay over the Ahuapee & West...

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 September 1894

•tHkta» Differ«i« to the ^ . y M«, «ad should say its street corners. Not the Ing, spectacular, typical but never the %*WiUJ: Ai$iiclijp^n^^^p^vidirighe •tep* o# ASP*» fci^re^t crossing as M observer.' Each street corner has • idlpjssjjr^ arid •ffig&'ij&'ittixjy:. of them which are like truth Airi that if ^6u take y^ :v:brithera-t^ •hare of your part of it, comes around tp: ypn^ arid that too in an astpmsb- ,lrigly«ipr£Ierigth b// time tlt^really I» a matter of surprise to see how many acquaintances wiU pass one how many peculiarities of huma^ nature will be revealed, and how many odd incidente Will occur in ia brfb'f five minutes on a Chicago s'fcr^tj^jnter. The most interesting subject on the face of th^. earth to humanity is hu- iTOan^^Therei is absolutely nothing so alluring as the mysterious world boinided by each individuality. Books, y0t a few have been written on the various ways by which one may pen- etrate through the surface of seeming to the central fact...

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 September 1894

... «ho. Terrlbla Bxp«riea ^ • tr«U-Koowa omcua'a WU»-^L stoir ro»t AppMia -•' '•• '.°M NoXew^^ bettes known and more highly esteemed thiiu» Miv^ of RheaCounty, atlJaartOQ, the home of Mr. Wilson. He envoys the confidence andre- spect of all'claaaea, and in the business com- murUty hi» word 1» as good as his bond, Jus^now Mr. WUioh Is receiving heartiest congratulations from his numerous friends because of l^e restoration to robust health pf his estimable wife, who has for years been a helpless Invalid. Mrs. Wilson's high standing In society, and her many lovable traits of character have wonher a host of friends,and her wonderful recovery has at- tracfod-wide-spread attention. i&.the P-e« of bringing to the invalid lady's attention thWremedy that has effected her remarkable cure, a reporter was sent to Dayton to interview Mrs. Wil- son, in order that the general public might have the beaeflfc of the sufferer's experience and.be made aware of the treatment that wrought ...

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 September 1894

potloe to tbe cpntrnry are coi)8id«red as wish- r tag tnsahtJhubtbeir subscription^ ' - l i * ^ * 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^'*^ th©!r ^per8 aiscon- tiotied^publtshetsmay continue to send them i^mttfl «MllllW*rt |Miidii:''-v..-' '---- /---'v' -i.:.. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to mke paper* from the office or place to which they 25S&3& ^tt?X.?r^ hejd/©Bpbnslbleuntil they settle their bills, and give due notice to dis- W ^ If subscribers move to other places with' •Out infjwmiMr the publisher, they are held responsible. Notice should always be given i , 8. The courts have decided that refusing to takes paper from rue office, or removing Sod leaving.ft uncalled for. Is prima/atie evidence of intentional fraud v ™\"~. ^OrtAjuats M. WHITESIDE, Business Manager DEMOCRATI C STATE TICKET. For Governor, GEORGE W. PECK , For Lieutenant Governor, A. Jv SCHMITZ. \"•:V- :' -: ForTreasurer, • • JdHN HUNNMR. For Secretary of Btate, T. & CUNNINGHAM. For Attorney-General, JAMES lilO'CONNE...

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 September 1894

%„............ ••-.J53V&•-- .. - ........ , from thieves and falls—cannot be pulled off the case—costs nothing extra. The bow haa a groove on each end. A collar runs down inaide the Eta: ' endant iiteni) and Into5the «ro6ve» firmly locking the bow to the pendant, BO that it cannot -'be- pulled or twisted on\". ? ^--Cah ohly be: tad1:wiA^«ses\" , • w?F§? ' • : •-. :: ^Btamped with this trade m*rk. ^ ^ : :!^:C=-'Jta».'-.:Btcffi»:\":-FiUkMi-^l!l^iMaSbi:^C5as^» are inow fitted^^itH'itii&li^i^l^^C^ng)- Tli^y \"look a n d w e ^ u^sbHdgold cases. Cost only about half as much, and are guaranty for twenty^^ye^^^^i&bld:^<^ljr tlir6ugh cratch dealers^ Rc^enifecfr the''name\"\" ' ' 'pW01: ' ^*B^- Boatln la 6fo*tjj^p0^P 00 ||Capt Tejesfprd Boutin, fornine years superb ftMOTaent of the Sturgeon Bay Oawft^fe^av. ^M&. station, was eworn in Tuesday morning as Captain of the Milwaukee life-saving station and at once took charge of the position. He opines here with an exc...

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 September 1894

. K^THiirii§^ *?': : :of|Buifitf & ^ ^•vOf **^^ 6^TCi»id^*^tempti dr ^nrtwats be- jgunbefore Judge Woods in Chicago. ^ ^ dry ipobds toiD/fttiled for 8100,000. tlons catne into coHisipri near Mill- edgevillej Ga., and Bev. Ben Gaston and six other negroes were shot, v A/ wioat near Boston between Jack Dempsey and \"Australian Billy\" Mc- Carthy was declared a draw at the end '•'•-! of the twentieth round. AM. employes of the Union Pacific railway have been notified to abstain from any participation in politics. FOREST ares continued to rago in northern Wisconsin. Fisher Meadow was wiped out and Barnum was said to be in danger. JtJi)OEe©oi.KDGEdecided theelection illegal by which 8t. Joseph, Mich., se- cured the county seat from Berrien \"Spring*. i» a free-for-all race at Crawford s- •ille, led., Goerita stumbled and fell, fatally injuring- her driver, Joe Crimea WUJUAM Apxm, of Anderson, Ind., became, insane during the night and fatally injured his wife by choking and biting...

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 — 13 September 1894

':-y%•••' 2 iliilliito^:i» ^ Woo viewed t^?wwld^t different eyes *Ue oiie TOa^d«d^itfcl^«tU*a abodes Ttoo other longing for the skies. SVorone tKe,heav6i»\\*ere ao' blue They :uUo4 Ma jbtttiei wttliiaiQoies fond: T*l 9tner?sey^^ptpierclnj through. Paly for that which lie* beyond. •'. • For oao enchanting'were the trees, The distapce wasjpivlnely dim The birds that fluttered ontoo breeze ^ f o d d ^ i ^ l r prdttyheads for him. The otfor scarify saw the flbwors, And never knew the trees were grand He did but count the days or hours Till ho might roach the promised land. And one a little kind caress -Would' tbfttender rapture inove: He omybpe'd his eyes to bless • T h e God who Gave him things to love. Tho other Journeyed on his way. Afraid to handle or to touch He only ope'd his lips to pray , . He might not love a thing too much. Which was tho best* Decldo who can. Yet why should we decide twtxt them? We may approve the mournful man, •'•'•* Nor yet the Joyful man condemn. Hois a...

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 — 13 September 1894

it!!! .•:?•• s §8pR PafaB^ {S^IISA? aB B§ &*£?£» ^ ^ ^ ^ g ^ ? iffi3t|l§lll|f|fe Ppiillplllte ^l^nlB^i%&ii*^^^H^-^^K£ipui^Ji^^^a^i HJiliCAGft '^V ^ '.' :%^^^»t^i :6t::^iim6r$^:''PMwngBrs go through to destinations on same steamer?. FARE.~§turgcoh Bar ^Milwaukee......8 i.OQ :: ftor ihe rouml trip . ...i..w..-„..„...^ 7.50 8tttrgeonBay to Chicago....i......-.-.. 0. v Itortberound tr(pww...i-A.--•-,•-.\"- ll.w , Meals and Berths Included. -V-:' - — • OOI3ST& S O T J T H . •' . \" i*aVe Sturgeon Bay at H 30 A. »./ Daily, ex- cept Monday, for Ahnapee, Kewaunee, Man- itowoc. Sheboygan, Milwaukee, und Chicago. NOTK: Friday's boaileavesat9:80*. M. RETURNING. .\"•'••'•••\"'•'•• , leave Chicago every day at 7:00 p. M., Milwau- kee 7:00 A. M., arrive in Sturgeon Bay at 11:80 P.M. G O I N G N O B T H . Leave Sturgeon Bay every day at 11:80 p M., and arrive at Menominee. 4:80 A. M. RETURNING. Leave Menominee dally, except Monday, at 7:00 A. M., and arrive at Sturgeon Uaj', ...

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 September 1894

WjglSMtfffiWfl?®?^^?. Historical Booms ^ i ^ i j M |j sbex* STITOGE^ B A Y V W ^ 1894. NUMBER 50. BRIEFtaCAt ROTES. v~-Mat Eckhart suffered the loss of his Hrteen-year-eld child, which was buried .'iaBt^WBdn^fty.^:::'^. '-.-.. •.-.' •:~Norman Matbieson' says it is no use to cry bard times. Either the house was too small or the family too large, so he built on an addition 18x34 feet. —James Lyons has resigned his position at Scofleld & Co.'s store and Olden Steph- enson now holds the reigns on the raging' steed that draws their delivery wagon. --The Arion Concert company, of Osh- kosh gave a concert and dance at Opera Hall last Saturday evening. The hall was well filled and everyone was well pleased with the music. —If our subscription list continues to increase this paper will soon equal a Chicago daily as an advertising medium. Oyer 135 new names have been added during the last week. Something new for next week. • •—Xavier Gattie, night tender on the bridge, says that it is no...

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 September 1894

M -*S- ,' A Trip nidcji Mui Prave » BevelMion M '.' •'\" '':'•• hi- • ^ ^ ^ 9 ' * * * '••'!Ji^,f*l«ii»\".-:'{. r v-.V:vv'-Vv: ' v .|Uj|$!pj^^ ^''The'Was^^ an organization ol^vhich any chief of the bid ^ n a l b s ^ comacs, or Susquehannas would have •:lwto-' Vei^.'pii^d.' £itavtI^ days of the aborigines the placid ^Potomac was plowed by the dug-rbut, birch-bark and rafted handicraft of ambitions cop- perreolored sportsmeii and warriors. They went a-fishing in those days, but they did not go gunning. They had bows and arrows and crude traps but such as they had they used for captur- ing or killing the reed-birds, ortolans, ducks, deer and other game. They in- vaded the flats and marshes, and tramped over the islands for mere wan- tonness. They had tribal fleets, too, and went to war as heroically and fero- ciously as did their white brethren be- yond the trackless Atlantic waste. But they had no Armada, nor any panoplied flotilla such as that in which Cleopatra led Marc Antony 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 — 20 September 1894

Owens Defeats Breokiiirldge at the Th« Betarna by Counties — Both SldM : j' !i: 'Claim:the Victory—Somo Talk of s • \"• •• .' Contes^TOood Is Shed A.^\" '\\?. : Ia^OTOsrv Ky ,, fSept vl&^-Iri th e primaries of the Seventh congressional district Saturday Yj£f Owens is be- lieved to' have? s i ^ i ^ a safei majority •: ^f th e delegates. J ^Tho^vot© w a s about as follows so far as the returns already leceiyedindicatej „y—£:\\ ^Ooxnxrr.^ -•::' - Bourbon......... Fayette.......... Franklin......... Henry, v.......... Oldham.......... Qwea............. Scott............. Woodford........ Owht. .....1,030 .....1,813 ..„1.516 .....y:468 ...i. «07 .....229 .....1.834 ..... 8U BrtcMni ridge. ' 1.151 1.975 896 857 243 1,143 635 Settle, BS 480 288 608 265 1,860 _--l ^^tala....^...... . 8.097 7.687 8,429 Owens* plurality, 410. .JIJ^ Talks of Fraud. Breckinridge leaders claim that in Scott county Owens received many iftraudnlerit votes, a s 600 more demo- Wats voted in this county Satu...

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 September 1894

_. ....i^%.ffO,SSÂ¥*i,V_.-. , •'.Tbrt0'Hoaw$-'•-» •Â»'• •Â«•\"• U .- Single Copies •1.00 :. :.2B\" .oa Advertising rates ftiralsbed upon application, Entered at the Pottofficf. in Sturgeon Bay, Wit, ^at leeotuhckut matter, ^ STURGEON BAF, WIS., SEW. 80. 1894. .'.Vlawi of Newspaper*. ••'-., 1. Subscribers who do not give express notloo to the contrary are considered as wish- ing to continue tbelr subscription. 2. If subscribers wish their papers disenn tlnued, publishers mar continue to send them until charges are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take papers from the office or place to which they are sent, they are held responsible until thev settle their bills, and give due notice to dig continue. 4. If subscribers move to other places with out informing the publisher, they are held responsible. Notice should alwuys be given of the removal. sr:. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper from the office, or removing and leaving it uncalled for, in prima fa...

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 — 20 September 1894

tl»e: great ''-Jirsi^-^itia^'^^^i^M&i from thieves and falls—cannot be polled off the case--costs nothing' extra. •-v . The bow has a groove on each end.•: A collar Tunadewn inside the pendant (stem) and bta into the srooves, firmly locking the bow t« the -pendant, so that it cannot be pulled or twisted off. Can'mly be':nad:'^rith cases stamped with thistrade mark. Jas. B o s s Filled Watch CasesTnre how fitted with thisjgreat bow (ring). They JboV.^:#*ir-'Kfe',:'8pi»d gold cases. Co^t only about half-as (much, and are guaranty ri fortsve^^ears. ^Sold only through watch K?ys^n Case Co.„ PHILADELPHIA. SHIMMELoON STURGEON BAY, WIS. W e have in stock a fine Sine• of New and Stylish Suitings, andj we are better prepared than cvcri to give you clothes that are guar- anteed to give satisfaction an d at prices that suit the times. Boys' Suits, $13 and upward. Men's Suits, $15 and upward. Pants, $3.50 and upward. We alsacarry a large stock ot Shirts, Underwear, # Neckwear, and everyt...

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 — 20 September 1894

W&^^^IMB^^0M^ . ' : ^ ' H l ^ i n SQV^' ' ( Kj^ ^tiB^iet^imported:. - stallions sf ownedjb^?$flVSfc, punhani were killed : ^yl»i|^|n f MvWayno, IlL: i^V •- '-• ::•-.-- , • , KK^vJ)^ -CiBtiBI,K*V S. POJIEEO^ fOr Tresbyti^jrian church in Cleveland, dropped dead In his home. He was 60 ^ yearaoldv • - : !AT the third annual meeting in Kan- sas City of the Concatenated Order of Hoo-Hbo William E. Barnes, of St. Louis, was elected grand snark. ' THK Citizens' bank at Rossville, 111., •was robbed of $10,000 by a man who secured an entrance during the noon '.'hour.' •'.•\". THE Mehrkof Brick Manufacturing company of Little Ferry, N. J., went into the hands of a receiver with lia- bilities of 8127,500. ISAACN. WOLCOTT, a wealthy farmer living near Chestnut, 111., killed his wife, who had begun suit for divorce, and then blew off his own head with a shotgun. THE Post Office Clerks' National association in session at Boston elected Benjamin Parkhurst, of Washington, as president. MARSHAL*...

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 — 20 September 1894

^\"^^^^^i^^s^^m^^ •• • By the Democrat I^bikuug Co. 0'\":/ STUKGEOK BAY, ,: | i WISCONSIN. THE SUPREME MOMENT. Pause, crested wave, before thy whiteness .). •- breaks ':-\"-y\\'•\"• '/ /.y-v'-/ r--\"•'\"'•\".. In toppling curves that glide Down the green slope, where all thy snowy • -' flakes : ' • x Melt in the gulflng tifla Flash, sunsetgioTy, o'er ray fraptured eyes Thesplendor of thyfrays — Por the transcendent magic ol thy sMc3 Is passingjas I gaze. Fade, peerless rose, to thy perfections fair, Unconscious of a thorn Thy fragrant beauty will-not seem so raro Upon tormorrow's morn. Cease, happy birds, your matins to repeat While yet the dewy day Freshens the hours, they may not float so sweet When dawn has passed away. Speak, ruby lips, the low, entrancing word, Half smothered in a kiss 'Mid myriads spoken never can be heard One freighted with such bliss. An instant only can we hold in thrall The best that earth has given The perfect, the consummate all-in-all Is found alone 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 — 20 September 1894

.p^fjitmie' of steamers faaaeniierB go ifo destination on same steamere. : _.. Sturgeon Bav to itttt«itti(«»...l..i 4.00 if ttie round trip \\r.f-.y&XttsikZ, ?.''.' 7.G0 ystui on Bay to CtiU»m»v&:i^^—- 6.00 - - - - • \" J - '-\"-• ••••'\"• . «,oo ,* *o r th e round iriKi,fe»i*..„..„... Meals and Berths Included. Leave Sturgeon JJ£pil-raOj!A.-. M.. Dully, e * « p t Monday, foSAhriflpee, Kewaunee,\" Man- itowoc. Sheboygan, Milwaukee, and Chicago. NOT* : Kridiy's boat leaves at 9:80 P.\"•'. _ , RETUflNINQ. Leave CMeaiwf very day at 7:00 p. it., Milwau- kee7:0U it M.v Arrive In Sturgreon Bay at yx^sfi^S^r.o-i •WORTH. • • .. - C*»v» Sturjpfeo Bay every- day at 11:80 p 'ii.,' * »ud|uwe»tMenimluee 4'.30A. i(. .r^?,/^«,^' RETUHNINQ. •'•••'' Leave Menominee dally, except Monday, 'at, 7:00 A.M.,and arrive at Stunreon Bay, 0:80 •A*J»f For Green Hay and Hay Porte, Knowna- , ba and Hanlstlque, Friday and Monday at '^!««A..JI : .v. .::.- /. ../. . : ,.: •': Not*,—Friday's...

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 September 1894

OTLVMEXXt STURGEON BAY4 WIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, J894. A GRAND RECEPTION. *TOE DEMOCRATIC* STURGEON BAY WELCOME THEIR CANDIDATE. CoDrra«unaa Xyman B. Barnes' Welcome / ,'3By'••tfciv Dob* County Democracy , the JU»rge»t KTer Tendered Any Candidate For That Position by Either Party In j~' Thl«:Clty.:- ' :':'.' \"When it was announced that Mr. Barnes would beard the lion(?) in bis den, every republican, who, by promise or something more substantial could be induced,to do «o, set to work to keep people from coming to hear him. Their efforts were futile, however, as the meeting last Saturday evening in Opera Hall was the largest of the kind ever held in this city, the hall be- ing filled to its Utmost capacity, not with a lot of children, as has sometimes been . . the case, but with adult men, voters who' came to receive from him an accounting of his stewardship for the past two ears. The absence of the petty satelites of the political Maj. Andre, who aspires to Mr. Barnes' seat...

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 September 1894

MAID'S LOVE. v ,^ j ^ % J|i||^|B^to's DaugB^ m j ^l^^ »«VtiM tfntoa, 9iis« naft»M«iti of | ^ P p t t ^ , : W « i i ^ - T f e U » the Boi»«^iov,f--. ^'MS|$lfW®'*' : C.'^OW' 1 '••Cooper- . 'l'.vv^ /.\" i - j||i|89|p^ ! i9' : :-»-romance' wrapped up-in' ||? \\||ffi^iUfe/a(f . Miss Alice Ilamblet, pif ?^s§J^^ii^M*^a8K-rwhich would, h&ve...-d<g | g « i ^ ^ ' t t t e ' h c a r t , o f Fcnimoro, Cooper.' i|f-5:-^^'^fjft^jssei it lias to do with Indians, • :|# : ^tuiresqnelndians. iigWIIt^fiiimblet'i s the granddaughter S^#rf Sf«si«^a4o-lcs, the lato chief of th e • 0 S 3 K 3 ^ ^ a * h a , ' the .dominant, tribe of J ^ i ' l P r l t i ^ Columbian Indians. She is also ? : Vi^i|c(ati{rhterof aNew Yorker and so :' : -fa^:m^ B dant of one of the old Knicker- bocker familios. 1'liis is how Miss '^fSJHamblet. came by her ancestry as she s ^ i ^ l d (the Story to an Examiner historian V:'' J In'Satt^Pranciseo the other day. H Si v'l^niother was the only child and - i : tt...

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