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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 1 November 1894

^M^i^i^^uSiii^^ii^i^-iii inflicted oiar **«• |||3c%^£:^^ to attempt tow-i |I f 0i:Myeptt»^ punishment fefi'f »vSResist?«ie«^ p^lfe ill New York, led ^yi0^$S^S^^^W^iXrm-:try to have ^?K?p\"Oi»^ the next ^ %V --tfn^j'flll^ii«yiei'i».niaJe person shall ?oconvicte P: ^:? *b^fe'loay consisting of or accompanied by the ^-i^:^.*i)mUnU»«ijAjn\\eii pain or suffering upon the H K ^P**»o«*-Of another, .the .court may, in Itsdls- '•: ££-'.V. :'..• Oxstloo, In addition to that penalty now pre- 3 ^ f flleifibedtoy law, Impose an additional sentence K V :?'.« ^rpo'ral puiusnmentio be inflicted upon the ••&£/•.- Render )n the prison to whloh he shall be sen- I • 5 !«Nkie«l Such corporal punishment shall bo ?• Jofiiotea In private In said prison, in the pres- .': fi. -once of the warden and surgeon thereof, who: i ^^i,/:' «haU certify the toot to the court wherein it S j' was imposed.\" 'W- Commodore Gerry is very much In : in the matter, ami in an ihter- 'JM view with a repo...

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 — 1 November 1894

m§:: ,^^^B^ptk of: the Oermaa Ohftn- 'IfS^Sfi cellar J(Looiei(tt^'fcy : -» , T^fM|Sob«nIoha -««':.- ChoHB t o SuccaeO. : &^$!l^mma^U, Abo BclMMd u *re- ' • I S» ^rhe report that f€a£HM has handed his |^he' emperor . is con- ^Eulenburg, president council, has also re- lel, Prussian finance appointed president ^Prince Hohenlohe s't, who was called by to succeed Caprivi as st declined, hut at 9 ,. evening it'was'an- . -.. -^had accepted the po-lejty$ij|^£..^^, S%hl fill also the office of Prussian premier, made vacant by Eu- :f3t^f nherjr's retirement.:.. - The emperor's choice of Hohenlohe r.j-J-6* chancellor is Jtaken as evidence that \"his majesty aoes not intend to adopt the extreme view of the meas- ' retires ^e^uiredi^* i|»^^o^prea(it| ^ialisW^^-tto^enlbiSeV^alMoa^'ra'' years old. is very active physically and mentally. \"•'•' * . - - Divided on Socialist Repression. ^K^Ch^ncellOrCaprivi, in, an jlnter- -'•'i Z^y says'the leading Question upon which he found it impos...

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 — 1 November 1894

CAJRIVM :WMM I^ilgnatipn of the Oennan Chan- ' Sllft c^or Accepted.« ^ • TRrtqw* ^BobeBlobe .'is. Cttoaea to Baccaed . b:^^-''6^|iiwt^ Pro- . ' i%: * •? :?SJ ---rThe „ • report 'that jjt&j^&has handed his L '\" emperor is con- .yEttlenburg president \"council, has also re- el, Prussian finance appointed president ^Prince Hohenlohe s't, who was called by to succeed Caprivi as t declined, but at 9 evening- it was an- •'had accepted the po- Pwill fill also the oflice of Prnssian premier, made vacant by Eu- :!f:Kii0noerg,s:.retiremenfe ,..-.-'••. ', \"'•?\"C\"The emperor's choice of Hohenlohe ...t.-v:, for chancellor is «.taken as evidence r • * that \"nia majesty 'does not\" intend to adopt the extreme view of themeas- £ s Sij|ri»-^uire4ii^ '•** aoBa«sm^* fioKenlone \"although 7ST* years old. 1B very: active physically and mentally.' . ,- \" *••'•'. Divided on Socialist Reprenslon. y. •rExjChancellpr . Caprivi iny an inter- ^.5^Vr|ewsaysiS^i6 leadiii|f Question upon which ...

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 — 1 November 1894
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Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 1 November 1894
Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 1 November 1894
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 — 8 November 1894

W E PITBLlSja A L L Hadlsflu Historical Rooms A FIRST CLASS joB- 0ii^-ie-E- CONNECTEDWITH THE DEMOCRAT fVOIiUME X3CII STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1894. NUMBER 6 '•'• New GbwMmeiit Boat. On Tuesday a reporter for this paper had thepleasure pf being shown through the yriewreveriae cutter Calumet, which sought shelteriia oar harbor Tuesday while on : heriflrst, cruise from Buffalo to Chicago. 'The Calumet was built at Buffalo during the past summer and will be stationed .at the Chicago harbor as a revenue cutter. She is 100 feet ling, 20 feet beam, has a fore-and-aftcompound engine, and when,, on a long cruise makes 14 utiles an hour. A crew of twelve' men is carried. The boat is fitted out in the latest aud finest style. Aft of the engine hi use the officers have a room in which* any duke or lord might feel pound to live. Two cooks are employed on the,steamer, one for the crew and one for the officer^. The Calumet is made of steel and cost 840,000 and is with- ou t doubt ...

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 — 8 November 1894
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 — 8 November 1894

AmsmWrn An Eminent Southern Lawyer's Lonff Oonfllot with Dlae aso. * w « * B i l , t » i i l of Prosperity, Adver. sltr aiid Suffering. \" The Great Via. torjr Woo by Bclenoe O T W a v'^StttMawtsiiSease.':.\" l l*Vo»tA« A « a s ^ ta Confute*.] ' Foremost amoagr tlie btest known lawyers and famer s of North Carolina stands CoL IsaaoA. Sugg, of Greenville, Pitt Co,, 4 m a n who has been on the edge of eternity .and whose life bad been measured by min- utes. \"It has beentwenty-two years since I be- came a resident of this town,\" said CoL V Sugkv In telling his story to a reporter, \"even then the first symptoms of Gravel were asserting themselves but were slight, i Gradually, However, my disease developed, and fight it as I would it seemed to gain a : nronger footiiold day by day until my mis- ery was'complete. For sixteen years I never knew what It was to be free from pain, not pain as an ordinary man thinks of it, but agonizing, excruciating, uneudurable pain. Tortured from he...

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 — 8 November 1894

'^ * EVBHTpmCBSDAY AFTEBNOPN BÂ¥ -::iS :•':• f-'SBmB WSlJUSCRIPMO • .0n«riwr.:.^. 7 . ........... Six Months ••••• TbreeMomhg... ........• • ..••-• •lagleOoples.... ••-• Advertising rates furnished upon application 11.00 .60 .25 .05 •','••:•••••:':•\".••'• u ticoml-clost matter,. ^ STCUGEON I»A-y, WIS.. NOV, H. 1894. ' TJHTB of Nrw»pai«nt : 1. Sul.serlheis, who '.do- m,i give express -motion to the contmry are consulted us wish- ing to continue their MIIJt-oiiinfoii. £ ir subscribers wi-h tlioir papers •Â«li»Cfn tJnucd. publishers miiy continue to semi them until charge* iu*p ilil. • ,«..„„,„ ,„i,„ 8. If subscriber* negleelor rofiisr to tike papers from the ollieeor pluce to which they awe sent, they arc hol'i responsible until they *ttlo their hills, »iinl_*flv?-! , h , c nMiw *° \" continue. ., , . ... '4. If subscribers move toother places with- out inforrtilng the put.li.-lnT. tlioy are held responsible. Notice should always be given Of the removal. , , .'• , . 5. The c...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 8 November 1894

/SIR of many minds 1 Climax Plug is much I the best chewing tobacco •made. It'sLarillard's. HER BEST. 'Have yon noticed the change it sometime! makes l a a woman's face - Passive it-may bo and dull and cold, •Neutral tinted and commonplace— When the sun falls on it? How swift it takes Meaning and color andsoft outlines? How strange new lights from iho eyes will slip, And new tints blossom on cheek and lip? The whole face softens and warms and shines, And the hair, a miser grown overbold. Shows forth of a sudden undreamed of gold. Oh, there's many a woman, east.and west, Must be in tho sunshine to look her best. Have you ever noticed the change it makes Jin a woman's face And her heart and her life, that were cold and dull ' And slightly inclined to commonplace. When love shines on them? How there, breaks Over her nature a wave of gold. Bringing out beauty unknown before. Mellowing, widening more and more. Lifting her np till her eyes behold . , Ever new bloom3 for her hands to cull,...

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 — 8 November 1894

iiiiiEiojii llJiPSews Cond^sed. Important Intelligence From All Part*. : DOMESTIC, . . J \\Miw EIXES- STCBBLEFIKLD, who claimed to be 116 years old, died at Atchison, Kan. JULES REESE, steward of the Wash- ington Park club in Chicago, was'said to have embezzled 815,000. He fled afterburning'his books. JOHM B. ENGLEBEBT. an engineer, manager of a Tennessee iron company, wa» killed at Rife, Pa., by a boy whom he attempted to frighten. DUTtLLKBB at Baltimore. Md., will teat the constitutionality of that sec- tion of the new tariff increasing the tax on whisky in bond THE twenty-second annual congress of the Association for the Advance- ment of Women was in session at Enoxvilie, Tenn. ONE of the recent developments of the brewers' war at St. Joseph, Mo., was the mutilation of horses belong- ing to the brewers. The employes were suspected. FIRK that started in the car, shops at Newburyport, Mass., caused a loss of f 180.000. 3 DAVID YOUNG, a prominent farmer near Stockton, Cal., failed ...

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 — 8 November 1894

••• CHaPTEBL . In the early autumn of 18—a young ftian who was registered at the Lexing- ton (Ky.) mUitary academy as Surden Bench, aged twenty-two, got up about : three o'clock in the morning and, tak- ing eight hundred dollars belonging to the academy and his fellow-students, c The significance of the circumstance at the time arose from the discovery of the deliberate and ingenious method pursued by Bench to accomplish his purpose. He had conceived some kind, of a town celebration and induced the^ young men to write home for funds. He also succeeded in getting them to make him the depository of the money, which according to the books amount- ed to eight hundred and'flfty-four dol- lars. He disappeared from Lexington and all the efforts of the faculty and the authorities to trace him failed. • I t is now known that when he left the academy -he'\" struck across country to the Salt river, where he had a skiff in hiding and presumably a negro con-1 fedetate. With characteristic Ken- J...

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

WMo^^W^^WfmSS^ :'\"CA5fWDATK5 •for Owtrnnr: Geo. W. Peck--Detn. ! I». Krank I'owrcH—J'«')P ^JOhn F, Cie^rhol n-P r !i William H. Uplmm-U.j'- for Zteuterinni (i-,i \"/''•\"-: Auoljih «'• ScJnii.i/,~l»fni. {•'rank SmocK-I'. op. Olc'Br. OSMHI PKMI. llmil tlm.'i.Si.ii U |. For SecreUnv •:!'• Jotm H .11111 -i M«'H\"u I'. U n w -.__ Tlnnim.V J. X... jPor .'.'•(.'/ -Treonui-i-j': Thoiu.-. .1 ii!(iui i:,i GeKa'.m-.fct'.hetziii: -' \\V !::!im.ni!ui.-!7ii Bo»cllA I'f.M-.v .For At'ornii/ O'fnn-i !: Jal'I'd I. ' ll'O: CliarleM \\V. l/.ui William !-. M3I jFV S'rt'* William II. Schult/. .lohn isiricii-ivoi Epliruirn I.. Kniipi! .JohuO. K ii!-ry -I: .For /2tilriml (.'(nnmini'mtr: fjMtrgv 0 Prvscui' -Iviu Nicholas V. J,!i'-| 1 - l'\"-p, John W Bv.ii.s-l'io'i. DuuemJ. McK' ii/.le-K (i. —Nolo c h u i i \" iii linen fires., Btimier, :•• aud Ctns. Ureisen'... nils- this wtek. I --When yon ur. iii l/hicngo, stop ot the | llriggs House, i - H a v n y o u ymir lil'i iusm-iMl i If no t go ut ouee to ...

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 — 15 November 1894

S*:. Historic} Rooms piK. JTHK GENERAL A S WELL AS •\" ' ^i LOG^NEWSi A FIRST CLASS JOB O F F I C E CONNECTED WITH .,, THE DEMOCRAT POLKMEXXIl STURGEON BAY, WIS., THUI^DAY, NOVEMBER K, 1894..\" NUMBER 7 !|f j SpHOOLHOUSE ^AfpHIS FIRE. , Prompt Arrival of the: Fire Department |S%-. •.. • Saves »b* Bunding. j ^{At 11:80 Monday moruiug the fire bell began to ring, turning our citizens out in- t o tha cold from around warm firesides. KPeopIa stood shivering at corners asking j w each other \"Where is the tire,\" und no one being able to ttiJluotii somo little fellows f o«nexrunning down cedar street baro- headed and without uny coat, yelling that the school-house was OU tire. In a few min- utes the school yard was full of anxious parents looking for their little ones. They i-vWeire soon put at their ease as all the child- ren were out of tue building und no one ^burt. . • v : The fire was first discovered upstairs in the southwest room, taught by Miss Nei- Bon. The smoke and blaze was...

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 — 15 November 1894

^MiSfflfilOFvCOBEte Hla I ^ O a n Be Called Anything ^Ois W»l«atr Tanu Night Into Day Bo . -.':' -,'. -'^*s« Hf/U-Afraid of Revolution*-. .•A V \\'VJUw»«r|ptloa of a Typical- --' -.'.'-'vV/^ir/ : '^\"a*»l:^\"P d'Jitat.'..:.. '--.^^B^^trayelers.now on their wa y t o .••:':^nii::: '\"tih6 east, writes Julian ••'. • i-lfaiSpK jta- Harper's Weekly, wer e s o fortunate as t o meet in Yokohama a man. bf note in Europe who had recent- l y been i n Corea and observed the life t th e king of that unfortunate cbun- vfcry. H e me t the monarch several times and they became interested in on e another. From the king, and from man y well-informed residents of Seoul, he learned a great deal about th e rou- tine i n th e royal palace. The kin g is a n intelligent little man of about forty? one years of age, who reads nothing bu t Chinese, but is constantly endeav- oring t o learn all that he can by hear- say o f wha t is going on in th e world beyond his o w n domain. By question- ing every d...

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 — 15 November 1894

vk 'W^^j^'^sSi^ President Cleveland Wants the r V yScOA Reserve Inwasod, Vlft* Million Dollar* In r i m » t f C m h k WU1 Go t o th e Highest Bidder— .President Thinks the National '^' ,'.:':-:-: K:'C*edlt 'DejsJtaSs'iti-'': A R B I T R A T I O N . It la Discussed by Able Men la the Chi- cago labor Congress. CHICAGO, Nov. U.—The congrresa on industrial conciliation and arbitration held its openingmeeting Tuesday morning at Willard halL On the plat- form when the meeting was called to .order were the chairman, Ly- man J. Gage, Judge Vincent and Jrof. E. E. L. Gould, of Johns ^jumaMm^ /vlfo* ^.—President Hopkins nniversity, who, was set down ^«*6hw»A has pmcticaMy given in- for the first address. A little later |tf?«#w \"*o fteSwetary Carlisle to Congressinan Wiiiiam M. Springer, of wlac* f^OOO,KWJiiaor United States: IlUnois/arrived and at the invitation J»9»ds pn the market toaecure jrold for of Judge'Vincent occnpied a chair on ^ e t r e a s u ^ a n d strengthen the gov- j th...

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 — 15 November 1894

TERMS' O* SirDscaiPTioNJ .... .25 ....,,.05 ?-ffeeYear.:.:.. Six Month* ... Slfhrefl Months •ingle Copies . (Advertising rates furnished upon appUcatlon. Mntsred at thi fast office in Sturgeon Say. fa, tT. at secoiut-eiast malUr. ••.',. STOTiGEON BAr\", Wig., NOV. .15. 1804. taw* of Newspapers. , 1. 8uiis.crlt.fw win. ! »««.-fflv express, jwtlce toiho contrary are considered as wish- ing to continue their Mihscriptloii. . •...- & It suhfceril.ers wi*H ihotr pupore fcwm-. Onued, publisher* liiiy continue to send tliem : T i f S M R ' ^'lUleoto r refuse .« njfco nanera from the »niee or place to which tlioy •BewntTtlVftv are bpid responsiblejmt.i .ihc-y Ettlo their bills itrirl erivo duo. notice- to dis- ^ \" i f wiu'icrlbf-M move to other places with- out UiUirmliift the publisher, responsible. Notlci ° S.^Tne'wmri* have decided that ref using: to •'take a paper from the oltic. or r' ™™^*.*™ leavlin- ll unealied for. Is primafach- evidence •f Intentional fraud. CHAKLK...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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