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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 July 1894

VOL. STURGEON BAY, WIS,SATURilY JULY 28, 1894. iSt&MM LOGf\\L. A party from Marinette are camping out at Idlewikl On Monday rails were laidr across the draw of the bridge. The mails will continue to arrive by boat for some time vet. Band concert again this evening at the usual time and place. There is to be a social dancing party at the Opera House to-night. Rye and fall grains are now being harvested by Door County farmers. Hot days and cold nights continues to be the prevailing state of the weather. The Ross took a pie-nic party of yonng people to Idlewikl on Sunday ..last../ -./. • ',-..- \"-.. v. ' The Opera House sample*.room has been removed to the south sidei of the block. • .. - - \\.././' 'v-^::./V-'^ The greater part of the Ahayj crop throughout the county has ^^e«jn: housed. --•v/' . \"/^/W^,: ^ Harry Fairchild has sold Kt^elfdlii Northwestern hotel omnihns jtoJlB^aqi nee parties. . '•'••^0m0$ :-M^ Fritschler Bros, are d r j U l u ^ a f y i ^ for Ed. Langenkamp at hi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 July 1894

M^RiSfi: ::NEws^ A Decision Appeale d from. Amferstlmrg, Ont„ July 21.—Capt, ttackett'a solicitors hav e appealed against the judgment of Justice McMahon, in the cane of'rhe Northern Steamship company vs. Hackctt. • • • \" Snjnal 'Xi'ie'htu Nfiilect«J -.. P o r t Huron, Mich.. July 2 1 . - U n i t e d States customs\" officer* have fined the tug Sprite $250 for running without signal lights. • . . • ' • ' • • • _ TaUon Oiititf Ordinary . Ludingfon, Mich.. July 21.—Tb P . & I V M . No. I, which has been out of com- mission the past month, i.s being fitted up and'w'.ll sail tor Milwaukee in a few days- .'-,•' • Hntl a. Itrokpii Arcli. T h e Anchor liner Lycoming had a broken arch on arriving at Buffalo and somebody was fortunate enough to dis- cover it before she got away, though she w a s narfiy loaded first. Aerouml In Srtult l'moisigp. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.. July 21.—The steamer Rust and consort, bound down or e laden, grounded heavily at (he head of Squirrel island. Th e tu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 July 1894

FIERCE anSa CURE to every nervous, delicate woman, suffering from \"female complaint,\" irregularity, or weakness. In every exhausted condition of the female system, Dr. Pierce's Favorite prescription is an invigorating restoraSvo tonic, fitted to the needs of nursing njothers, ond women approaching confinement. '' South Send, Pacific Co., TTaaft. DB. B. V. \"PIERCE, Buffalo, N. T. : Dear Sir—I began tak- ing j-Our \" Favorito Pre- s c r i p t i o n \" the first month of pregnancy, and have continued taking it since confinement. I did not experience the nausea or an* of the ail- ments due W preg-nan- f*mMXm*ym3S!K^CJ% nf,el * l began taking f • MHK/i ifilH» ' y o u r \"Prescription.\" I % W8B0BL #BESW«L* W as only in labor a 6hort time, and the physician u ™ IIAKFR. B a W „' t ffot alone un- 41RS. IJAKER. usually well. We think it saved mo a great deal of suf- fering'. I was troubled a great deal with leu- corrhea aleo, and it has done a world of good for me. Sincerely yours, MR...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 July 1894

— jDOOR COUNT/ DEMOGRftT. Entered at the potiofflct at murgedn Hay, as second das* matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY Bi' xJOHM J . P I N N R Y , Editor an d Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, £1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAT. XOTICK. All persons addrcKsinp communications to the DOOR COUNTY DKMOCRAT, will please address tho publisjierand not the paper alone. Always addresH as follows: Jso, J. PINNT.Y, Publisher. Sturgeon Hay,. Wis. S T U R G E O N BAY . W I S . , J U L Y 28, 181)4 o r reaso n i n it s support . Decadence below th e p o w e r of restoratio n is im - possible, an d th e effort result s in death, T h e theor y is alluring , bu t delusive. C o m p a r a t i v e a n a t o m y m u s t coun t for tarif L reform m a y fail bu t the y a r e m u c h mor e d o w n c a s t a n d apprehensiv e in their fear tha t Democrati c principle s m a y b e surrendered . something . T h e • o r d i n a r y tre e ha s its j sincere tariff r e f o r m e r know s t h a t this o r g a n s , a n d they perfor m fmi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 July 1894

M f l R l N B . ! a republican bm I titul the Dooit Co. i money that has been withheld from the DEJiociLvr a eomplete and exhaustive j cause of education, some of it for thir- key hi 5 supplying the missing parts. \\ teen years, in direct defiance of Jaw What I want is the marine news, and ami with the knowledge and consent of given just as it occurs .and not colored , the state authorities during the time, to Miit tlie editor's taste. This, every While this was going on the party rep- su!»eriber has a right to demand anil i resented by the treasurers who were do- expect ami if a vi-ssei is wrecked or ing it posed as the great friend of the in trouble or docs valiant service we public schools and represented to the have alright to expect the name of t'ne . people 5-liat tlie Democratic party was craft and owner a- well a other facts, j the enemy of the public school system. You may s,n your paper ,tu each of The object lesson is now complete: the the three addroses enclosed herewit...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 July 1894

BOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JHO. J. PIHNEY, -•'.-. Publisher. VIGILANT WINS ONCE MORE. Tli e A m e r i c a n Y a c h t A d m i n i s t e r s t h e T h i r d n o f e n t t o t h e B r i t - i s h B r i t a n n i a . RocheB Point, Southampton, July 24.— T h e American yacht Vigilant won today in her twelfth fifty-mile nice with tin- Prince of Wales' yacht Britannia. The advantage wa s with tin- winning boat from tht? start. Th e wind was fresher than has prevailed during any of tlu- pre- ceding eleven cuntf^ts between these boats, iiijfl at the first n r r k boat, a dis- tance of five ami a half mile*, file \"Vij,'- \\ilant led l,y a s seconds,* whieh had bee,, increased to 2 minutes 211 seconds when the first round wa s finished. In the first leg of the seeond round the Britannia gained 12 seconds, but. completing the rotuid the Vigilant was .'{ minutes lit HOc.onds ahead. From this liirje on the Aineriean boat gained steadily, beginning the harbor distanee from Roches po...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 July 1894

14 BURGLAR. T H E S T R A N G E S T 6 R Y O F A C U R - I O U S A D V E R T I S E M E N T . .:•_• BY J. WEBSTER BAYUF.S. CHAPTER I. Paul Duncan was missing. There was no secret about it.. \"All the .•county knew, and most of the count rv too. The police had\" made inquiries, detectives'had been down from Lon- don, and the news, under the heading. •\"Mysterious disappearance of a gen- tleman,\" had gone the round of the press. Mr. Duncan's acquaintances discussed, the affair, as a matter of •course. What had become of him?. Suicide Was nob looked upon as a •probably solution ol the matter, as Ins domestic, life was supposed to be without a cloud, and lie had an in-. •come which prohibited, any notion of pecuniary embarrassment arising. •'Paul was not the sort of fellow to •make a sensation by hiding, or bolt- ing off abroad, to turn up again at Timbuctoo or Tahiti in a month or two,\" said Captain Curtain to young Rivers, the banker's son, as they sat in their saddles, with a score o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 July 1894

HANDLING POTATOES. WHICH CHOOSE YE NOW? . Here nre two fanners, botfi iro old ami gray, Both at the end of life's Ion ,', weary clay Viewing the past. This one has stocks and land. Money long hoarded ready at his hand. Money has been his god through K.11 his iifo. He ne'er lias known u nobler, manlier strife Than that of grasping ir.tere -t. For cold. Ho dwarfed hts better nature and has sold The right to nobleness for such as he Can never know the joys'of sympathy. The other man in stocks and lands Is poor, But blessings wait beside his humble door. Honor has been his guest, and wisdom's lore And Virtue's jewels form his worldly store. No slave to money, but u prince, instead, OX learning and upon his honored head The charities of many yours sit down As light as foam—as noble as a crown. There are the men. Which choose ye now, young man? - For each is possible within your plan. —-UuraS New Yorker. | Judicious Marketing Folly as Important ',- us tho Raising. ! T h e profit or loss i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

W&&& STURGEON BAY, WIS,,..SATURDAY, : |§i|^$B4* $s®ig#g . -. LOCAL. '. ' ',„ ^elike to hear the sound of the mid- night saw at the Pankratz Lunibef Co's Island mill. The wind blew a fierce gale all day Thursday. Some damage was done to standing grain. Another hot week has pjissedij |$p rain, and vegetation is suffenng^reatly for the lack of it. • • .y^yiM-^tt^W Reynolds & Go's sawmill\"wilt|B|g|n sawing next week, and will contihu^ifl operation for a month br-mbre.'K' i=:ft? & Chas. Greisen's advertisement id this issue will prove interesting reading to the people of this city and county, yy \" Not a very large crowd took m the excursion on the M. &M from ihis city to Little Sturgeon last Sunday. ^| There is to be an excursion pyer^tiie new railroad line to Ahnapee tormotroxy: Fare for the round trip only 80 cents- J Fishermen are mostly allLidi^jbst' now. In about two weeks frqnihbV operations will again be in fullfblatst- Thousands of yards of red White a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

HANDLING POTATOES. ^ WHICH .CHOOSE YE NOW? | Here are two farmers, both arc old and gray, i Botliat ttrn end of life's ions, w a r ? day Viewing the past. This one has stoclcs and i Zand,--.. ' . J Mosey long hoarded ready at Ills band. i Money has been, bis gou through all his life. [ He'ne'er ha* known a nobler, manlier strife i Than that of grasping Interest. For gold. He dwarfed hfs hotter nature and hr.s sold ' i l i e right to nobleness: for .such as he Can never know the joys of .sympathy. The other man in stocks aud -lands is poor. But blessings/wait beside his humble door. Honor has been his guest, and wisdom's lore i And virtue's jewels form his -.vorlrll'y.store, j No slave to money, but a prince. instead, ! Of learning and upon his honored head \\ j The charities of many years sit down ''••.. i As light as foam-'-aft noble as a crown. \\ | There are the men. Which choose ye now, | young man? | IVjreaeh is possible within your plan. i —Rural New Yorker, j THE PLUM GOUGER....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

VOL. 2. g|^^^^^^^^t|B^CJRGEO N BAY, WIS.» BATUBPAY, A1JG 4, 1894. NO. 28 We like to hear the. spund pf?f]fo|||^^ night saw at the Pankratzr ^um||||^| Island mill. //•••:^0PM'fi$0sB The wind blew a..&Bi^p?j^flSS|P i^^ Thursday. Some damag^-S^^ti|p$ standing grain. . - ^y^ 0M^0gg^ Another hot week ha^^a^dif5if6 rain, and vegetation is suffering ^eatly for the lack of\" it. V'^\"Jfe .^'SS^isS Reynolds & Co's saw mill ^ill|biBjgin sawing next week, and will contitiiijefla: operation for a month or vnm&/i-::^M0 Chas. Greisen's advertisem^t'inilhi| issue will prove interesting rea,diii#|tb the people of this city and county j0*%•)•} Not a very large crowd, tbftfc r? 1^^? excursion on the M. & M. front this city to Little Sturgeon last Sunday.)| ? ^ There is to be an excursipb b^r/the new railroad line to Ahnapee to-ttiorrow. Fare for the round trip only^centS. Fishermen are • mostly• all idle -just now. In about two weeks tfom nby^ operations will again ''be -ih full:blaS...

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

D i R COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JJIO. J.PINNEY, •-. Publisher. STOLE A KEG OF GOLD. Frenc h Police Mystified by One of the Most I^cmnrkaotc Kob- ...-'\" foeries, on ilcccrrt. • /' Paris, July 31.—The police of, France ore investigating what is probably one : of the most remarkable robberies on rec- ord, and it i« believed that the i»olice au- thorities \"of the United States will be asked, if they have'not already been so requwfed, to take\"a hand in the investi- gation. ]» neurit unaccountable manner a cask of sold from New York, valued at . $50,QftO,i'tnt been stolen while in transit from.Hiivro to Paris. 'l'lre French line steamship La Tou- raine. Cupt. Santelli, left New York on iluly ~i for Havre, having on board forty casks of American gold valued a t-.$2,000.- 000, and consigned to various concerns. She arrived here July 2! The forty caskH of gold are believed to have been' safely landed at Havre and they are also said to have been placed, complete, on beard the t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

•w WED--A BURGLAR. •\"IMS STRANGE STORY OF A CUR- \"IOUS ADVERTISEMENT. - BY J. WEUSTEU BAYXKS. •STKOPSIS OF EBKC'EDIXG CHAPTERS. Paul Duncan was niissini . He had (Startedono trip to London and bad r.ot r'eeen heard oi afterwards, although the b'e*t •detectives in the country had joined in the •search-they were unable to discover aiiv -clue to !iis whereabouts. No eau-e could l)a assigned 1'or his disappearance, he was :« man of good morals and had a good wile with whom lie was deeply in love, and he •never lived up to his income. So theu~ual hints about money or women as the eau-e -of his trouble were out of the question. :Elnisfo!d Hall, the home of Paul Duncan, iiad at one time belonged to the Cape 'thorne\", but the last owner, by that name, Jiad been obliged on account of nanibliin -debts'to sell it and emigrate to the We-it \"Indie?, where he or some of his descendants '3iad retrieved their fortunes, and a Capes- ••tho'nie. possessed of great wealth, appeared •in London soci...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

DOOR GOUNTy DEM06RAT. Entered St the pontofflce at Hturgeoii Hay, as mccon a 'claim matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, Si .SO PER YEAR. SPKOJAI. NOT1CK. AH persons nddrexsl.tit? i.-ommunlcatiotu S T U R G E O N BAY . I S . . AlKi.4 , ISill EDITORIAL. A IJEMOCKAT .stut'! :niiniiii^triiii(iu tha t is »o pfi'tVei :is wholly i ose ipi arraignment , for an y on e fault, by a further, th e platform is satisfactory to {generally recognized th e policy Of such j both : I t ha s n o w o r d of coiKleiauatioii j'a denial, thisomissiono n th e par t of th e { of th e A..P. A., bu t o n th e contrary , in j convention ca n b e explained o n n os ! rrruusHE D W E E K T V BV j a loose wa y it reiterates their doctrines | other theory tha n that: th e c h a r g e is ! • J O H JSL x J 1 P I N I S T E v Y * a m l o n ih(i p a r t o f ^ i n '- v e r ] l «»\"*«. con- j true and tha t Sawye r will 'not consent j .'Editor am i Proprietor. ' | tTai-y t o th e intention of tlie part y lead- | t o let the par...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

IN THBGOUNTY. J GARDNER. ! \"A lawsuit is the latest sensation iu : this usual quiet ami law-respecting, j community. 'Die case was tried at Sturgeon Bay on the:2Hlh ami SOlh inst. The. contestants being A. R. Stevenson and Robert Kilasow. The trouble arose from a little listie encounter in which the aboved name, gentlemen were the-, principal actors ami with the result of which the latter was .»o much dissa- tistied that he\"sought legal aid to smooth over matters a little. Tour correspond dent has, however, been unable to learn which of the coiite.-tants carried away the biurets in the legal battle. ', . I Harvest here is well started. Winter ..grain is all cut and a considerable -amount of spring grain is also either harvested or ready for that operation. In another week the rush ot harvest will lie over. Only late grain will be out after that time. Crops, this year fell- short of what was expected some time ago, as the scarcity of rain and the in- tense heat which prevailed dur...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

mm Ipsa iiS^M^M^ 1i/•^^^^hiis:toAv'•-hfeh^•scho6t•'^wai3ipjg'ftt^Be:l'• ^-PirJt Weiss died mjdijenly at bU tome ila R5ce I^fike, ag0 Sliycarsi .• •'-,':•'•'f-»Mri John Arwlt,, s.g?' yearn,, died Kiitlilwiiy fitfa**rhonu ia Ufu:itie. . —Mrs. lvx Maim die-l \"very wsdilonlj* at ber JiOnu* ia Two Hiver.?, iigwl 5V year:*. : —Joiiii Dickinson had part of hi« right Jinud cut tfl by it buzz Hiiw in a La•Gr*.»sse :«awiniil. '•' •'\".\" • • • '\"••.\" • • . ::-~Mi«s Kate StovMts, an iiKenduist nt •-the'''.Maintain 'atsyitmt^.dk'd' there rather' «udchiJy •••. ••• • i --HtmrhtrB a'rtwvd t!i(.' r'.'wfen^s: of JSmil Kfl.t)0r jit Knuknuna ami got ^tway' WJUl $120. : • ' • . ' ' ' ^':- -'* •~sT. W.Fruyii. foniKTly a r.(?sM^nrt ^ JL'orUtjM*. was'jrtnhlwd at Sliuri«st|iyli»i: **iI' will jr«iv!.r. • ••••'•/•y^ '. -Mr*,' Crew. «f' 'Dfrlftvnn-MD'ttS trw while' pfaktnjj dict-rics : a»i|, twlh hoi* arm*, .'—Kttrl H^dey, ag((i: .'«.' Jjotw nt .Chiip6W(T-lfttWig '«tnntt Killed*--\".'.,. •r':-...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

iTH Ijsvirtoe haa ... ..aes\" dried ijip-i'jrhen you \" \" \" i - in leaky or paste- boxes. FO P treason, Dr. &&:.-• Pleasant are, sealed in little glass *\", just the size i you. Then, apated, have a fr or \"feel a cold \" ' t o r you. asantest to 'WatumJrem- 8, Sour 3, and • and QVITE A S w E t t , '•[[-.-••:' Onr doctor wrote a prescription,: '* And gave f t to Biddy one day .' \"Take it at oa-ce hi some wnter,\" He cried, as bfe Hurried iivvay, Stv Biddy swallowed the paper/ And after a .space truly brief Declared, with simple conviction, It granted her instant relief. : . -—Pittsburg Dispatch. GAMEY AS THE MIZZI^.^ I f The Alaskan Brown Beara»on^V£itlieft' ..'• :•,.in :ii 'Fiirht. y• : A srwrtsniah:\\vrjting to^the S a i v ^ r ^ t i t cisco Chronicle advises other* ^be c -jmii^: complain rhat the California griizlySisi growing scarce and l o s i n g h i s n e r v e that there is a fooman worthy his lead in the brown bear of Alaska. H e thus described tlm brute and his...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

$?$S?\"'y|^\":#TO^ |£#3f years, :'ferF off- i$S i^S-jftsi&^M vChippeMW Ifalh*.: And wa* lit*, iS^Mifto-iJinaftfe::'^ -to Henry-Schwartz at the borne' bf: ber .sjjttr*njr?ritt''BMine.^ .i-fi.«^b&rt' Ktwpf, iw'ttifrty year* it- r*« :4fM of Madison, died at Dvlavan, Ue : r:wa»-0O y«jaf» of Age,-. •. ofcLft prj8#e ijaH«* away at hl» home in tktttMf, t\\«eA 72 year* ^*iTJw boay of the yotirijr mait found uedP Monroe lifts lj**»h Identified as that »l•Â» H »ar*ent of Dlxoni HI. —F/ 0. v Eddy dfcd suddenly at ,Tanf» •vlijty' aged 40 year** He wan formerly a Wftil-kriown i-eakk-nt of Lft €fo»»e. •-: : -Miebrge P. Weaeott, one of the early *eUlor»of Chilton, died «udd«mly of par- ttJyste DfK'w^cd was tB year* of ajre. •-•Tiio Mpaoinoaitv 'pinning'\"mill was Mown up throuah ii defect ia the boiler. *^he d«mago Ayili ttuiount to about $1500, '.'s^AW.- NeumciDtei- and Jumes Hem-y •wcrt? »ttuck by liKhtniiair at li Crosse •ttild fwwerelyinjured, They will both re- :«...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

lis ,:fire.' As ha pfaro jit A* ^k.\" Thii t for - RiK* expectation of iejftolly changes his eleotmnl by B to itfovos to be a mod- In, til! tlio banquet ap- irtf some bacon and hfijlt B's kitchen range '\" neighbor's, ami A eion U sol his piece [there. ^CATION. ENGLISH BIRDS OF SO! The List Inclmlrs Some Tw with the Nightingale Ftri ' In round numbers the chief of Kiijikmd amount i.. about tv mni»»K which the nij.'htinimlo rei ami supreme. It is almost iui frame any accurate idea of t tivc beauty and merit of ami happy songsters, but the ocen made by :ui enrm lure, who devoted manv yt express subject, ami seine o-i curious interest, savs t 'At the head »,f \\l ' the sweet bird of nig ot tone, oonipas an inborn plaiuti which is almost 1 re-eminent, too of its strains is many as. sixtee closings haviu of a single hi taaious mas \" ^infinite brei iighest of all in leavening U.S.Gw.ftod Report lands (wiles* _., and melody _ own. beauties 'nriety, as ntugs ami the song like, many a in...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 August 1894

Wgm _,. ...\" .s//Wm DtO tWOUI.t* tO m . m t o . p | l $ M i ^ ^ ft |£ftwgrM^o^ iai»yWini died there : rather #«S*S^to*iWi» : ' : *iil(t^. :iJite'\" Of lSirl^$120rHvift fllfgRtiS^^iaK'- vftftft-ftftftft': : - ?:::'^ •,:•:•- .':•.:-^ ^}^s!^iCir^r offti)elav»h.:'feli frrtiri-a: i^^^4iipi^^whtt^ .!:1ei'l*l^n'^ :':'«*whfi^i8[ and broke «BS^I5w^Saa#ii :a^edV'l:0:^yc{irs, fell off $4Â¥&i&l^ rand was in- ^^a0t': Wiled* : : Ar ifftftft'v:.ftftV:ft-ft'ft'ftft.--'ft'ft 0*&^l|i^ : . fchdrida.Wv Dibble, an early «et- |% ?Wifcsati'KTiStt8villc^. passed away at. an Ss^^SPi#ol»|e.' r.. : -'ft-ft.' ftft fp$i^fjifi^^^ old resident g^:iȣ^««-,eW!i^''dled' a t herhome in that gs^y :iwf^rttiys»l»w«:- -ft. f0: vm |i-k\"ft4i»'^^*.cfi«tw^rOs ' a t t h e home of -her k0i/'-rffSm^t:-Keopti ,(or thirty years a'\\i»*il- ft^ii^lent btiMadiBoife died at Oelavan. He S ^ ^ ^ ^ j r ^ d f ii| & . •• ..•. i^^^ai»i^ : .^:\\Spier , -dDevof the pioneers 4ft::iiiciltft:Gt(n»m, passed...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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