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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 September 1894

ITDEAI^DE^ll Many Human lives Are Taken the Recent Qy^qne.^ -' TMckly Populated Portions of ToTca and Minnesota Severely Stricken—Upwards ©J Seventy Are Killed—Many Towns :. Entirely Wiped b a t SCORES ABK 8LAIN. ST. PAUL, Minn , Sept 25.—The cy- clone of Friday nighl that swept through Minnesota and Iowa was one of the worst that e^rer visited this sec- tion. At least-seventy persons were killed and many others were fatally injured. In addition several towns were wrecked, some of them being totally demolished. Path of the Storm. The storm was first observed a few miles south of Spencer in northwest- ern Iowa about 8 o'clock in the even- ing. Sweeping resistlessly across the state north of Emmetsburg and- Algona it wiped out the town of Cylinder, touched Mason City, ruining buildings and crops 'northwest of Osage. Here the cyclone bore off to the northeast, crossing the Minnesota line, and soon after 10 o'clock wrecked the little town of Leroy, where a bad fire added to the destruc...

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 September 1894

LISHBD •~M PEMOCBAT ruttiifegisw Cft TeiuM or S r i a w m b * ! One Tew..— •/ ...„...... , Bix Months.. • V ,..., TbreeMontbs . .... :. a, ucotid-d\"** STURGEON BAf, WIS.. SEPT. 8?. MM, 1 Subscribers wbo do not-givo express lD 2* 1 S S S l r ^ ' * u X p a ^ \"scon- mJd, p u f f i n . m«y continue tosend them • ^ ' ^ s X S negator refuseto Jake h, ltrr,mt\\\\u office or place to which-they and give duo notice to dls- ILOO .80 sa M ifO^©##$e:ib^ ^ ThatJs Barnes up in the Green Bay dta- _ trie*. Jtwa s Barnes to whom Vilas and : j«r ifi^ Carti4r«wn—o exoneration o/Jenkiiw, *nd iaeisted on his offeriag tbem i n the toois../ And'it \" 'jW'.Battn# ^no, hAd^the hooesby «nd courage in the face of aVila» 'frbwaaiid- a railroad threat to emphatical- ly refuae«iid to tell both Vilas and Curtis, among other matters they did not like, that be should also urge and vote for the McOaiia resolution to investigate Jenkins, i which be subsequently did.—Chicago Times. .''.\"' •'-•''' . .• to oth...

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 — 27 September 1894

Three Lj^d^h^^^ ^ Sciemiists Proclaim the Superior Value of Dr. Prices Baking Powdeiv Scientists are devoting closer attention to food products. Recent examinations of baking powders by Prof. Long, t)r. Haines, and Prof. Prescott, were made to determine which powder was the purest, highest in leavening strength, most efficient in service, and most economical in cost. They decide that Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder excels in all the essentials of an ideal preparation for household use. They write:— ' • * • ' . \"\"Chicago, March 28th, 1894. We have purchased in the open market cans of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and also of the other leading \"brands of baking powders, and have submitted them to chemical analysis. W e find that Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is a pure cream of tartar powder, that is has a considerably greater leavening strength than any of the other baking powders we have ever tested. PROF. JOHN H. LONG, Northwestern University, Chicago. DR. WALTER S. HAINES, R...

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 — 27 September 1894

MSn^ilfl^t&w .^^^JIpglOjfjBAY,. WISCONSIN. | 3 ! w i l i l f | ^ f ^ ^ f i t Intelligence Fi6^0l paii^iy ^S§)f0^M^t &, - DOMESTIO. v:^ S'i ': '•:'::\" ^ ^ S S ^ ^ ^ ^ A i a * - : dethroned NancyiVBtanii- :.'.jg: sSf^ J- ^ i iiwwsn-of th e trotting' turf^by reeling &MiW?$oil&:* niile J n 2:08% at GaleAurg, 111 v ^ ^i:Vi:ry SS !KoBKKT C&KMENS and • Ja.iassv . • : . : \" ' ^ 1 f b u g h t a duel with knives a t # l a c k - ^,^y''yi-[^jri&i, Ga., attd both were mortally ^^•^S^^ttmh&tsd.- ----- •^..._.:.J -^4^fc-ii : i^ •? ^ -SUPERVISING \" Ai:cmTECT: .yRqD iiKB: i l i a i resigned, in obedience t o th e re- :':^ .:\".\"' ques t of Secretary Carlisle. ' ^ A MES8AOE was signaled by helio- graph from Mount t.ncompahgre, CoL, • t o Mount Ellen, Utah, ISamiles, break- i n g all records. • A SEBOIX'TIOV favoring retirement of United States bonds as. a basis of cir- culation was adopted by th e Nebrask a . Bankers'association. ' ELECTRIC lines and bicycles hav e re...

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 — 27 September 1894

4 Sis® Is^ft^'&Sv-tf'. •'•• V. I \" A GRAIN OF WHfcAfy* »Wy a grata or wheat. So small that rolfcs doa't talad It Only a crain of wheat, '•'•\\ With the power of God behind it Only a buried groin Only tie falling rata: Only the sun's bright glory Bursting throUKb. heaven's top storyt Only a grain, only a erain, '..••- ••. Buried, and dyiDg, and living again. There's harvest in a Rrain of wheat If given to Ool in simple trust For tbo* the crain doth turn to dust, It cannot die. It lives—it must— And man shall have enough to eat. Only a span of 1 re, So small that fonts don't mind it Only a span of life, With tbo power of God behind it Only a little span: Only a burled man Only a king's great love, Paving the way above Only a span, only a span Only a buried, dying man. There's harvest in tho life of man, IfgiventoGodiu simple trust •• For tho'the body turus to dust. The man's immortal. Moth and rust Are only for a little sp:vn. . —The London Christian, *p! »1f A. COXAN POiXE. P...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 27 September 1894

'W$f%$M&WxfM* WW *DPUUW ftOUTl TO Z ' Z ™ C H MP- ..f^'fl^Aoa^ali' West Shore ana Bay Porta. ?&-M-$b\\V.bhaage-.of steamers. Passengers go Ihrqugh to ijestinatiou? on pftrno steamers. ^•AfiE.^Surgf!o Bay to Milwaukee.-....! 4.00 si rdrtbfi round trip --- . 7.60 \"Si iSturgebh Bay to Chicago , ...„..'. u ^J^th«s round trip 11.00 ^'AV:v! Weals and Berths Included. • ?&yW?£:--':. GOmCr\"'SOUTH '•''.. :':':'i*ave:'SturKeon Bay ut !i:J\" • M., Dally, ex- v ^ptMonday, for Ahimpce. Kewaunee. Man- itowoc. Shenoygan. Milwaukee, and Chicago. ' K NOTE: Friday's Imiu l('iivesat0 aup. ir.'.-- I'K-V/^W .RETURNING. . I.eavo Chicago every day at 7:00 P- M., Milwau- kee 7:t« A. M., arrive in Snug-eon Bay at 11:80 p. y. OOTKOr N O K T H . Cleave Sturgeon Bay every day at 11:30 P. M., , -and arrive at Menominee. 4:* A. M. RETURNING. Hl**ve Menominee daily, except Monday, at T:00 A. W-, and urrive ut Snirireon Bay, 9:30 . A. M, For Green Hay and Day Porto, Eacana- : ha and Manlstinuo, ...

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 October 1894

,^(,„,J„,,,.. ]ftaftispn Historical 'Rooms WE PUBLISH ALL THE GE^ERM AS WELL AS -LOCAL NEWS .A mmimma-:, JO'B' : ||^i CE ' THE:ijft|ieRAT VOLUMEXXH STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, OCTOBES 4, 1894 ilUMBER 1. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. [The editor of THE DKMOCRAT is not re sponsible in any way for what appears under this bead, and the people are Invited to ex-, press their views on any subject that is of in-' terest to the general public—ED.] . To thfltKditoroI The Democrat: BAILEYS HARBOR, Sept. 34th.—In my first sentence let u»e tell you tbat I ain a Ger- man and a republican, and shall vote the republican ticket this fall, if spared, down to, but not including, the candidate for congress. I shall support tbe-etitire demo- cratic county ticket and their candidates for congress and the state senate. So that if you publish my comniunicajton it will not be under a misapprehensions? The Ad- vocate exhibited the first signs of political life last week. I was interested in its edi- torial pa...

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 October 1894

l l l l g i ^ tlBi^^irttotTtsrciTo.Houre a. Pa*-for. '| ||^j||SM^:i$a.I»ry-of One Hundred and •-. i|^SASi?:lHJW'jJoilar(i a Year—Orootiiii ^''i% \"J ^/^-^ il«!r:«»wn Horeeg. -'.-•' S ^ A ' . i ^ m a n - stage driver.' NoJ this i s « m t i tor wrest romance. It is th e sto- i ^ S o f - a fearless, self-reliant N e w Eng - viand Woman^. who every day of th e ? 5 ^ k except Sunday, in summer hea t A n d Winter storm, 'guides a' team over s :.» portton.of the old Uoston an d Hart- for d turnpike, collecting' and' distribut- i n g t h e United States mails between j t h e town s of Ashford and Bolton, i n T o l l a n d county, Mass. A correspondent who recently took * n earl y taxornihg ride over the mail jronte wit h Charlotte Waldo describes t h e practical exponent of woman's right o a s follows. It was at the little i o w n of Ashford, end shortly/before * i x th e woman drivei drove up in a car- r i a g e an d went into fhe office, appear- i n g a minute later with a UnitedSta...

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 October 1894

M: THEY MAY STRIKE^ Employes Have a Legal RSffht to . ' the F»iQOQg Xorth^m Pacific Injunction Issued by Judge Jenkins Is la rart Overruled ,,-bjf -'-JKi*-\\ .-' ' .'.. tlcet Harlan.- GIST OF THE OPESIOX. CHICAGO, OeC 3. - - Judge JenkinB1 fampus strike injunction has been overruled by the United States circuit 5bur of appeals and the cause was re- manded with directions to strike out from the restraininsr order of the court the clause which'\".aroused the country when the order was issued and which resulted in the Boatner investigating committee of congress. Their Legal Right. The intervenors, representing1 the leading1 labor organizations of the country, asked that two sections of jthe injunction be eliminated. The court of appeals decided that no court Could compel a man or a body of men from quitting individually or in a body the service of mn employer.. The court said that Judge Jenkins had exceeded his powers when he enjoined the em- ployes of the receivers of the Northern pa...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 4 October 1894

as**,.-.,- AJDBMO .^JOURNAL. PUBtififlBD KfiSDAV AFTERNOON B y #t?|?|§ l*|tar a or• scBscBimow? « ^ « m t l w ^ . , . . •• ' Three Months... '••' fllnirleCopies... . ....... : . ^ i ^ s l c g - r a t c s furnished upon application w\\-•• , ./« t/cond-dam matcer. tl.00 .60 -.SB , .05 8 T 0 B G B O N BAJT. WIS.. OCT. 4. 189». l a w s of Newspaper*. i SuhaeriborB who l \"not. giv e expres s n o t ! o f to th e conlr^ y ore considered a s wish- i n * t o continue their fiitiserlplion. . , ' • - • ' 2 iFsubsorlbers. wish- their papers, discon- tinued. p a S & T n » r continue to send thorn until charges are paid. ,„»„«.'t« tnko 8. If subscribers iic^lcft or refuse to take papers from the office or place tow hiclt they .are sent, they are held responsible until t h w •eUIe thoir bills, and give One notice to dls- ^ f t b M . - r l b e r * move to otherplaces with- out Informing the ptii)li*ler they aro hold •••SSpBnalblS fiotico should \"l^ays be given -S^TheToirrt's have dec...

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 — 4 October 1894

/ & & * — It is prepared with the utmost care and skill from the choicest leaf grown possessing a flavor and substance that makes it dear to the heart of every tobacco chewer. *It is made by the oldest tobacco manufacturers in Anierica, and the largest in the world, and cannot be excelled. Try it You'll agree with the many thousand discriminatingchewerswho use it exclu- sively, and pronounce it much the best. I t ' s I j O r l l l C t r 3.'S • FROM THE FOURTH WARD. Joh n Goettleman, who is always doing something to. improve cither bis real or personal propery, last week bought a fine Holstein bull calf from Mr. King, of Caseo. The calf is only fourteen weeks old, aud is one of the largest ever seen in these parts, weighing 450 pounds. It was brought! here on the traiu Friday. j Richard Maples is the happy father of a I bouncing hoy, born last Friday moruing. j Lyons Bros., & Co. sell Climax Plug to-j bacco. Try it..- j P. J. Hennessey, will move into tl e ' house made va...

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 — 4 October 1894

r^liiir lJwilorr»t Publishing Ce.' VlSGQNSIN. Sftlirn^ BAY, i^e!: : News Condensed. v jtnportant Intelligence From All Parts. y-'-f--.^:\\-v . : DOMESTIC. _ ,' THE schooner Ironton and the steam- • r Ohio collided on Lake Huron and libth went to the bottom. Five of the crew of the Ironton were drowned. D. B. HUBBARD, an attorney of Dor- chester, Mass., who went to Chicago to •eek a reconciliation with his wife, found her walking with Frank Garsuch ana shot hoth of them. ^ IN the team race at Coltfmhus, O. Bose Leaf and Sally Simmons won, re- ducing the record for a mile trot to s* Lotus MILLER, of Cincinnati, mur- dered his wife and then killed him- self. He was drunk and jealous, and their two daughters witnessed the v » __ 4 C M J 1 0 J 1 I W U I U .*.*. v «*v »«•Â»*. .and organized a state association. CAPT. IIENRY HOWOATK, formerly chief of the weather bureau in Wash- organized and will constitute a board fngton, was arrested in New York for of trade for the sale of their p...

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 — 4 October 1894

• - . : 'THE OLD DESlRE^:^'^ - There klntUes within my breast Ever the old desire, Wheal wavers along the west The maple's beacon Are _ It's oh! to be out on the hills Over the dead, dull plain, To hear the autumn rills Echo the far retrain: To pluck the milkweed's down .i • From its pilJow -within the pod,' \" And mint the gold for a crown Prom the pre of the golden rod, ' • - . - • • * • - ' . ' - • ' • . \" . • To taste the oil ot the nut That is racy ripe attoo©ore, And the tang to the flagroot shut By the racing rillet's shore To drain from a bounteous cruse The purple wine of delight, . To dream the feet of the Muse • Are twinkling along the height To gather all gracious gain In sigixt. In scent, and In song, Against the ruin of rain, And tho winter white and long. I see it along the west,.' . .Themaple'3 beacon Are,. And there kindles within my breast Ever tho old desire. -Clinton Scollard, in N. Y. Independent BY A. CONAN DOYLE. F A S T XX. C H A P T E R in-CosinrofeD. \"Bu...

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 — 4 October 1894

We••are. now offering our entire stock of W0OEEN GOOD S At prices of which the following is a sample. India Cashmere, Heath vSanitary, Red Fairfax Blankets, 10-4 wide, Laritiden Blankets, 10-4 wide, Westchester Blankets 10-4 wide, FINE,NEW LAMPS AT A B A R G A I N . ' Call and sec the Slioes Wo'are closing out at 25 to 35c. SM1TH-BA33F0RD GO. 12V2C. was worth 15c. @ 15c. was worth ISc. @ 65c. m $1.25 @$2.85 Men's, Boys' and Children's SUITS, OiZERCOKTS, UkSTERS. STORM KING CLOTHING HOUSE. »Tho Litest By Brighton Cups 25c Wool Socks, 10c. All Wool Underwear, 69c/ MEN'S DOUBLE BREASTED OVERCOATS, $1.98 FROM OUR EXCHANGES. I married j4ly 4th,.but the fact was not Jerry Madden IsT^u'stler. He is now ! IZ™^T 1*™** ?\"\"! ' f o w w e e k s futt.nK in . large quantity of cedar on the S l ^ S , . S T M ? \" ?nu° w n ° t b i , ' g WbnensUriv,,-.-HcM,omiI1ee Enterpri.se. ' J t X r i t v fi \" T *? Wezenaar, • \" oJ/tniB city, who is quite well-kuown here. Men in the wood* tins winter w...

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 — 11 October 1894

^^^^^^^^^^^^^pPS^^^SiS^^®^^sS^^W?vW?5^^^»^^^^^^^^^^S • WE PCBiJBHAIi ^ . T H E i G i N E R ^ I i ? LOGAL N E w i j.o B|H|iltGE • THE SiKe&AT VOLUME Xffi STURGEON BAY, WIS^ IflXJRSDAY, OCTOBES II. 1894, DUMBER 2 ^PECKMiillTHESCHOOLS.\" A SMALL BLAZE. THE SMITH-BASSFORD FEED STORE GOES UP IN SMOKE. STAND B Y IT! Tha voters of Wisconsin, stood-by the little School House in 1890 and again in 1892, and placed the state administration in tho hands of Democratic officials. Democratic state officials have not only stood by the Little School House but h we also stood by the State Treasury to Bomr purpose, enabling them towipe out $7*12,- WOIOO of the state taxes this year. Statement for Door County. Republican Tux levy of 1890 Democratic Tsix lovy of18»l V Gain for County, 1894..... .. , Het'd for Schools, levy of 1S9 ) Ket'd for Sehools, lovy of 1804 „itS Gain for County, 18fll J., Gain on Tax levy,..../. __ Gain on amount returncil- Total Gain to County, 18.14.^ $sW27.6S A Hustling ...

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 — 11 October 1894

^'••^sOinte Inventions. U Aimonnew the Henri.Ha\" » £ £ « • ter Mo*» Otetmctly Enoneh to Be Heard ••by the Wearer Wher- ever Ho 31»T Be. • . The r&tless fortime-hunting manoi the world is so busy nowaday*^ tha t ho can hardly find time to take his watc h out of his pocket to see what time it is. M Sivan, a watchmaker of Genera, Switzerland, has found o remedy says the Chicago Inter Ocean. He has late- ly patented a horolo-ieal eontriyance, which speaks the hours, half and quar- ter hours distinctly enough to be heard W the wearer from the upper vest pock- e t While the busy man works a w a y at his books, at his trade, or while h e is deeply engrossed in his commercial nc'Totiafions, the little ticker near hi s heart articulates audible reminders of the rapid fleeting of time With a dis- tinct piping voice it niters such phrases as: \"It is six o'clock,\" \"it is half-past Kix.\" \"It is a quarter-past six.\" . The world has been .surprised of late with many wonderful piec...

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 — 11 October 1894

HiiiiflSi The Emperor of Russia Informed Hto Malady Xs Frononnced Xncarabla b j Prof. 'Zaccharln—Consternation of '-. ' • i':v.' /.thevBojal ^am^loncReoelT-, :'V.:taii''.tli«8W' Sirt|^ : '-.\"..- •• toNDOjr OctS 1 0 . ~ T h e correspondent yof th e Standard a t S t jPetersburg1 tel- egraph s t h a t he^?*as learned from a n :€5'&yrUhe^'&a$'^mf^^c<charin,whil6 ''iiU'\\: ^)ipo^:'the^czart said t o him: \" Y o w Wajesty's malady is incur- able w i t h .care, and attention your valuable life ma y be prolonged for 8dme months, bu t it is useless t o con- ceal t h e fact that n o remedies will avail beyond a certain period.\" T^e emperor after the interview en - tered a room in which a number of hi s relatives were assembled and said: THE CZAB. i*'Prof.throwo Zaccharin ha s Just told m e there is n hope.\" Th e emperor wa s visibly affected, and those present were n into a state of consterna- tion b y the change in his face and bearing-. They greatly blamed the professor f...

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 — 11 October 1894

rbreeMonths.. i .Stt%lWQ|Dlell.'.l ||l^»yii«i|iBtefl':funif8hed upon application. d$ tetonfrclatt matter. ••• iirtmOBON BAY, WIS.. OCT. 11. 1894. '^m?K--:' \"••''•• •: Laws of Nnwpnpew.: : .' 'i&i^Subscribers who do' norgivo express fe»Otfce to the contrary are considered as wlshr Nlnued. publishers may continue to send them untilcharges are paid- , ,'.-. „,,,„..„ .„* «0v« : 8. If su08crfbor,s neglect or™*\"?^nh Jh** \" papersfrom the olllceor. pin«'.' J »o1}. *»« ,,: arc sent, they are hold ret-p '',blf''£ ™fi'lt\",t'\"* ft: Buttle .timir bills, ami give-'dao notice to dfs- ^ - f e b a o r l b o r R move m \"J.'1^ I*'!'^*^}': i out informing the puhli-dicr, they ^ r e held . .•' resWaslble. Notice JIKMIIU always bo given ^ - B ^ T h T c o w t s hare decided that refusing to :tattot paper from the »*'• -r removing.and ' :.lea«optUDcall«(l f«»r. la prima facte evidence of intentional fraud. • i CHABT.ES M. WniTKSii'K.liii^innss Manager. TO*:BE are-agooii'i^ii^....

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 11 October 1894

^^K^iiifiS Vioth. every tobacco chewer is wnntett - as to the merits of LORILLARDS • . • • - PLUG. All good judges of chewing tobacco nave thus far been unanimous ia pro- nouncing it the best in quality, the most delicious hi flavor, the best in every way. It's lorillard's. Ask the dealer for it CHANGING THEIR TUNE. REPUBLICANS NOT SO CONFIDENT AS THEY WERE. Manner I n Which Democrat* Ar e \"Play- ing Ball\" BigguetH H i f m - H o p e s l/todied by the Action »' th e Statu Convention*-' Strong Ticket Nominated —P ople Ite'c- ognlze the Good Work Done / u tho l»ast Four Yen'rs—They Have S o Desire for a - Change, '•-•.'• MILWAUKEE, Oct. i.—The Democrats are beginning t o ''plus' bull\" in'a maimer i that is Bimply dfsKu'siimr to Republicans, f A few months u-ro th e latter were airily confident an d bad the campaign finished except the shoutiuir. It W-H with them only a question of iiiujomiii.* solvit of which reached the imaginative &£ate of 10'I.KK). To-day they are ttuXious...

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 — 11 October 1894

smniG& BAYTT\"WISCONSIN: file Ifewsjondensea. f j Important Intelligence Frorti AH Parts. DOMESTIC. IT wa s reported that tbe steamship Chattahoochie, overdue at Savannah iro m Ne w York, had been lost wit h al l onboard. . ,,•''.-\"•* A. J. LIEU, a wealthy resident of X,iemville, Fa., and his wife were, killed by an explosion of nitroglycer- ine in their home. The perpetrators « f the deed were unknown. JIM and Marion Crutchfield (b*oth- ...•' era) and Will Mitchell, all negroes, fought near Denton, Tex., and all were killed. BKFOBE the Lexow committee a woma n testified that the N e w York police had forced her to buy diamonds ior them and furnish their houses t o secure their protection. A HEW counterfeit five-dollar na- tional bank note was discovered o n t h e Citizens' national bank of BMles, Mich., check letter B, series of 1882. T h e entire face of the note is brown, instead of black. A s entire business \"blook wa s de- stroyed by tire hi the village- of Buck- hannon,...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
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