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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 15 November 1894

31 ixinUJu. Jlahli* t?p . ' A vtVrv']:»-ii!i.v,i i ,ffj.K-nt !,ii ir,e.iu, .i dt.! ! F o r t H o w a r d tW' n({'«r ••'dayv th ' result- o t i j whic h '.w'jVi i.W. One. w'tii:.1-Vi .. nuui w'iil j | k n o w tVmt r i». hi: i::T is ( M !ie- i iv Mm o r I | gran d oii. ti othe r itiMi.wHi !..-v„r' h . n v j | wiietloVr'ne is Viv.tHy Itulijjiog at\\ !i o u t j | 8r-u o r -bis wif*r ! s'(..\\iMs»r. '\\TJir: eii-etim-.j y s t r i c t * fiiv :!HB» A, nii'fflh'. .• «.} ei ilple I . an-rt'Kslr.l-itiji.'..-..!- i.i.l 'tier' 7 = -nilv J i v e d j j i n ?.:io•/'\"'iti IH- -'l!.!ivi T w i c : i . i . buy s j j initio their.ij.P . ,i,-..in o .:. HI . . ( ' • • s a m o | tin!-. 1-ViO • .• .. is .!••! .(' r\\ o mi.oUr t l e ' [ olio-,- o f tb..- ,- .-.i-,. K..-.' ''AM,'.,,. Mie JiUle • sW' 1 - -bt-v:i w.••:,. is-*-!.' .vs.ri .i',sj\\,-ny r.«I- : mire. ' b y •!,( -r.i-! :••-. «'.f-' -..- ' a-rus.WtC ' , j they wer e laid ott a Ue 1 hv^.f.,,.\" f j i i e r ! on o'ne sr!ii n-u iv :•:•.•.! «•...

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 — 15 November 1894

~J BTURGEON BAY. f i , . „ . , &taM'$ -!Sf§£•••• ''\"^'oOMESTia- •.•4^: K' :'|^waif s lbrt*j:»ii, .of Pprtland, Jnd., • l e c t e d sheriff o n the republican ticket, f]^nM»' t»ken-,Ul: alter the close o f th e jwll» and died from heart disease. T w o CKBLimEiT of Alfred Hindstrom, of ChaaaeU, Mich., were left alone i n : i h e hon«e,ri»ic caught fire, cremat- :.iiJng'-.theia.' ^'. - ' -—- ---,-.—^--: /::Z^AXMaak^teka.- PECK and hi s wife w e r e P»*tnd dead a t their home i n £1 - ^ , 1 1 1 They had been asphyxiated H C T O B X DS of people in Deerfield, Ck., Were exposed to small pox through contaet wit h a faith cure victim. TBB'opera house, the post office an d D. M . H i l l e r A C o ' s store were burned a t Addison, W. Va., by incendiaries. ttasv.% timWrrr TALMAGK, pastor of tbeiBrooklyn tabernacle for twenty- tjfarfimx*, 'has resigned. Jk. TKBBirio storm hod raged for thir- ty**!* hours all over N e w England. Xts'Tlolenoe was only equaled by th e t r e a t bl...

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 — 15 November 1894

•^#j» i*a«.Wmj»:aheaMaltfcrb' «ter«*M^.^,:* :« »«wwin* back'arda an anxious a t a e e v * f :^'^He'd-bm flsfcinY i :: ^ j ' M ^ f : upon the root of the old moo&l&i ^^' • A * tnerhatt he'd left father tomato coa Be'«Wde,»n'»»y terme: ••HeUiiD»a HeM hurry an'give ther*^ms\"te r ma . * Afore she'd have » chanoe terJiw ' About him a leavbV o' U» »6*( t Aa* ollowlh' o' the? weeds ter flow, / v ^ '': :.Whtte itfa'1na ... Then he'd any as be '*was hungry an* dry, AhVudUke some nuik an\" » piece o' pie.\" ilia *ud say: \"Yod kin hush an* RO ter tted, *^ supper laorer, an'tbertablered. :' :^ ^y:^Y^^^^i^^* flghtn^,,: '.\"••••. \"x ... An* when he was off upstairs, why* pa X / •Ud fidget, an' grin, an' eay ter ma: N *tfdw, mother: don'tbehard be'salittleehea, An* many a time I*»e left my pap, :/V{4S . VAB? Rone a flshln'.\" :The pi *«rt go terhed, with a Win* at me/ f a r we both 6\" us knewJust how/rtwould be, : An' mother *ud take some milk an' pie, •••'.': -•..• ...

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 — 15 November 1894

Ms!&M& tttS t^^i^^^^^us^ i\"Aud :e'oHSOjeB- S*w*f^J^ijI^^ei-e-Tttcsday jiigbt. viv:y - • i:Vi^]f^^||||piihat':'• Sunday' :«««! -the\" :* w^4^ ^|p^|ulM( st) far .this s e n ^ n ^ : ::i .pa««|i|t^lli^tWeek many strong* »'«A^lbji^5^ttg^tisli«iltijr iii our excellent .^^^Jh^fetiijjip,. which -wn* damaged bjr vJ^3^^^j^I^»:^go,-it»'t.ow\". Jn better ^ *iit«iip- V j ^ ^ S t f e s t i a u i e r M, and M. 'o: M Bo'tni-, v,il^j |)^ilJfht'V'v^r th.- ^S •indiiirtviati o«nd ?fMd^ l^»rh* ou.\" ' vr||^«:^crtidr ch/Warner 1/idin.r •'*\"•''•.'•''d ' i ^ i ^ r g e s t load p?Jivigbt. Yiu'Tue~.:. •. • H. . ^(&::brt 1i'b»d.'tlii'iHeiiviii. ... - ^•fapi^witom'i'- fishing tug, . napp, •wfll Juot g o into ci uimiKSion ugfliii is sea- aon unless the pric* of fish advance* 'The j7tv?riiii?i r-»-*iin( Calumet left for the twittb Saturday, niter having been Windloiiidhere j\" ' number of dfl.VH. Tbe^oiiobne.' I'm* ami NH'iunbarga John- «on wtr» in port the fit- r tli.u week. /The...

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 — 22 November 1894

'__a-jj Historical Rooms i*fg WE PUBLISH ALL THE GENERAL AS WELL AS LOCAL NEWS A FIRST GLASS J O B O F F I C E CONNECTED WITH . THE DEMOCRAT | V 0 L U M E X X I I V STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1894. TIMBER 8 iWORK FOR- THE FIREMEN. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS HAD PLENTY OFWORK DURINC THE PAST iWEEK. The fire was quickly put out, but the dam- age to the building and contents will amount to considerable. AFUIi House Destroyed by Fire on Satur day. Tuesday the Fire Department called to the Fourth Ward on Account oft be Fall- ing of • Lamp. A little after four o'clock Friday after . noon the alarm of Are was given and upon investigation it was found that the blaze was in the warehouse of Wilson Kalmbach & Baker, in which was stored nets, etc., and situated on the north end of Leathern & Smith's dock. The building was all in flames before the alarm was given and when the fire department arrived en the scene the structure was beyond saving. The firemen worked hard and k...

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 — 22 November 1894

s . . . . „ Rifforooa Rules of tho Misericordia :/fe: ' Their Vmcm •HtmT Erpo%+d to. MaMmllne \"i ^'- V \\.«»^^Mw^j^^5Ciii». otthe t u t OttuieM-.,' '• • '••^'•)l^6Mi^\\^inQ^0A, in the midst ::' : of tli« i BiTiKra 'dljkevante and'.oyer- - ^ibokiigf:rlhe'renowned winter resort N^ on a mbun- S^fcaJiilopi, cohered with citron and orange trees ' •lifcfjfr almost concealed by the ^\\ : h.tj^^#aUs^m!nnding'it and bniy a etnail\"Iron door, doubly insignificant by contrast, leads into tho interior. • This door has been locked against the world^for,,decades, but some two weeks agoit was opened on two occasions in two days,'a fact which spread like wildfire among the inhabitants of the . district. \"One of the sisters of the Misericordia is on her deathbed,'' said the country people \"the doctor has been called in, and that is never done unless one of the inmates is stricken with fatal dis- ease.\" Tho abode of the Misericordia sis- ters is the cloister ot Quinto-al-Mare, a long building...

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 — 22 November 1894

'Pf T H £ | NAPOLEON'£REVIVAL-• '• . i/:r »r'lij the Emperor • jk••.• the Most Popular ^ W i t h i n »reviva l of interest i n th e career of Kapoleon Bonaparte that is almoBt r ' phenomenal. I n literature h e haja i&g- ttred i n th e pages of memoirs an d rem- iniscences b y those w h o came into more an d less intimate contact with \\. y him. I n art no t onl y h a s h e been a j5fl£ t e n t inspiration t o modern painters an d sculptors, b u t h e ha s made price- less al l pictorial records of hiB time. I n ': ^*th*dram li e poses a s th e most pictur- ^ v - e s q u e figure that ha s been brought : upo n th e stage withi n the century. Personal relics of th e ma n are held a s iacre d an d beyond all price. A s Pau l Bourge t aptly says, \"Napoleon, ha s hypnotized th e French people again.\" I n France th e sting of defeat after \"the Franco-Prussian wa r turned th e thought s of all t o their period of great- es t glory, an d so i t needed bu t time t o see Napoleon...

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 — 22 November 1894

_ ... j**ar,:^u:-\".' - viiV-,.^ -viV.'v .v ' . 31* Months: „.-,..,?....,./. ,v -^ -v. ITureo MontHs, -*,....•-.••?•.• • • •• • • Blttglo Oopias.. v..'. :••••. • • ',y.'.. ...,... AawHtetejr ratos' fiirnttbotli upon appiiciHitm. Kntend a( i/nt^'attofice: UMurffrrki- Itop, Wit* stuitGKoN Mr , \\vts..Nov.s34 is»«,- V'' &»«« nt N«w«$}ajwi* V- S«b'*N-ttwts who 'do-'not jrtvv \\pre« W)U«»VO 4l« ( N V»:WI'.V «t*i' tNvi|SSi!«»vs MS ' \" ' ' tn# to^wiift-tsf ifcriir ttilttaripUon. ' •e ll-Wiwa-.H\"** vtMi tlmir jiiVjK-rit ai«*Ntv Un»*»i. rtiH!:tw4v«r way cnmlun* to ?»»»*! *wv Untit *WIET*«* Art\" If KwW-rrtWs u^jrHvtor wf\\i*1 talk'* JM^Ws rtv« »he :*?* Wptrtor ttt wWrofc kSwy ••et.tfe ttHMI\" ftas, srniKiW duo «iSU\"*' tv i,Sj*» «ow4n«fe, , • c v ' *. i* s«^«.'-r''hf ^ mow t« olhw p.Vtl«»'«'f|V. ••Jit -inftW-wSrie :? pH9ilist|r t!ti?J\" .«!'• h^w tVKpOSWiiW. 'K'nfuV -livmirt -W'lwfty* k-o ftvvsl * t UJ*-wi»i«Vi '\" ' • • » • , ' • '*aV* *•***« T...

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 — 22 November 1894

m iiiiti in th e worl4, .• v ••J:-..'•\"'.is\" iexiperieij^e. ••\" Tlie LorEllardsiSaye- been '••••: manufactuxmg^ tobacco contiimbu^?£mce 1760. 'Do yotiwisfi tb profit b y : :-'': ':': vthis experience ? '..••'' Th e brand that for yejars has heen th e standard of high grade tobaccos. 'Tis a rich, lasting and delicious chew. ItVLOMLLARDS Sold everywhere.. Snake Swallowed by Snake. One of the strangest incident in the ex perience of the! management ofjthe Zoo- logical Society's menagerie has occurred says the London Timet,, in the reptile house, the scene being in one|of the com partnients in which the boa constrictors are confined. Tyro large boat occupied the chamber, one make being 9 ft. the810,000. other 8 ft. long. When the house was opened in the morning only one\" boa was .found iu this cage the other had disap peared. Through the survivor W.BB only a foot longer then the other snake there -was no reason to doubt that it had com- pletely swallowed its companion. It WHS so di...

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 — 22 November 1894

.^JT'$£Democrat PiiblMilar Co. 'WISCONSIN. ^TTJIJfo&ON BAY. il^SlfewB • Condensed,Temperance § Irripprtant Intelligence From All Parte. \"C%:': --•, :.'yDOMESTIC. . - ^ Tanr body of William Starve*, of Chicago,was incinerated at the Prea- byterian crematory in Newtown, L. I. • : TWBLVB men concerned in the lynch- Jng of John and Monroe Evans in Cul- lutn. Ala., In.'1891, were arrested. AT the annual session in New York of the National Baseball league N. E. Toiing waa reelected president for a term of three years. HENBr BINDER, a retired business man of Ann Arbor, Mich., was burned to death in his barn by the explosion of a lantern. AT Plymouth, Pa., fire destroyed a \"breaker and its outhouses with all machinery, the loss beinp 3100.000. AT the industrial conciliation and arbitration congress in Chicago many important papers were read and the •different phases of the arbitration question were discussed, j JOE PATcmsw paced a mile oyer a half-mile track at San Antonio, Tex,, in...

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 — 22 November 1894

|p:.^::MY.:,.SWEETHEARTV,- : iwfeeKhtr Perbapayoa'diieetii^«r tssW , ^ bo exs«* just five tost wrronj ^ ^ ^JtWarchiag feetftte sot too small ^ • ^ S ^ \" ^ 8 e ™ • \" M * o f Heavw. ^Mt a are her bands, yet not too wee— '^.icouw not Isnoy useless fingers wfcondsar e au that hands should be, j / * • • o w n » *ouob whose memory timer* **e hue that lights her oval cheeks ^Recalls the pink that tints a cberrn upon her chin a dimple speaks _ A disposition blithe and merry. Her laughter ripples Uke a brook ^Its sound a heart of stone would softew \"V Though sweetness shines In every look, K ••Â£** k'Wh **Wve»loud nor of ton, Tbongh golden loolts bave won WnowB ^ I t b bards, I never heed their ravtaj The girl Ilove hath looks of brown, •_Not tightly curled, but gently waving. Her mputhf PeThaps yoa'd term it largo-. to firmly molded, full and surring Her quiet lips are Cupid's charge, But in the cause of truth unswerving. Though little of her neck is seen. That little is both smoot...

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 — 22 November 1894

^^0mm?&: \"''' pai^W0rtt*jj» th e Kottc«l'«l. ,: • Tb^M!S:iii^ifl»vJ C:pi Joh n NifriioiBun Issuft* iii.v}ef^in!oi (pinrieri tiara T o e t i g o , ^ m j n e j f c ^ »h.i Ak-rt ar e »'•'-' i n h'otv boif.' b«it:::?i|(j- Hti?oii inform** 'i'e '«i'orU t h a i Ase•'•jitiiiiijiiii . pi-opelior t.*s m a d e :$5 r o u n d t r i p * t h i s year , taking d o w n «••Â«*. l o a d e d hargw*. e a c h lira*, an d r a t u r u i u g w i t h tiio,?f3(it. L.*»t yomr only flii trip* W.er« hisixiei biit- :.»K* season wa s snorter i ..''•'taout.h'tb'93. I t inwy be o f Interest tv , g e t s o m e M e * of w h a t du e of tkM^'M c t » w '-'barge* .-an curry. The:\"'s*..-tju«»-. c » u I*\"*-'1 f \" ! , ' '-Y-SUOV'-W f e e t o f lurniier—an \"humei\"-*. a m o u n t , A m i l l i o n fe-a nf-lamtior taken from « n or- d i n a r y . I m u l w yard, woiiitl deplete i t v e r y notjr'i-aiiiv. Oii'j barg e «!•Â»Â«Â»• f\"'1^ 1V\"*| PC(iir)i o Hiironr t h e |isnt: v»«r 2H,(!Hi.V''^ f e 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 — 29 November 1894

Madison Historical Rooms «,.„,..,,„,-.:^ '\"'• f^ POLISH ALL |ifg£ AS WEtL Aa LOCAL N E W S l A FIRST CLASS J O B O F F I C E CONNECfTED WITH T H E DEMOCRAT M3LUMEXXIL STURGEON BAY,/WIS.,' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1894. NUMBER 9 PERSONAL JitNTION, ^ R. P. Cody was, called south on business the first of the week. '. • VJB. 8. Minor and wife spent the latter t- l*rt of last week In Chicago. ^ho«. Vose» of Voseville, was among tb* callers at this office on Tuesday. v!^m Wagener left for Chicago Friday, where he will remain for some time. i C- I\". Nelson returned from the south, where he bad been on business, Saturday. Ed Norton, of Marinette, transacted business in this city the latter part of last : • '-week. Gus. Pfeifer, of Baileys Harbor,l{trans- acted business in this city the latter part of last week. Capt,Mooney, of the steamer Allmen- ' dinger, was among the callers at this of- fice Saturday. Mrs. John Gleaner, who has been visiting in Manitowoc for some time, returned home ...

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 — 29 November 1894

s®ii -*s»s«*sa 'BANKSOIVIWCH Thanksgiving! _ Of yore, la theyouth of tne nation, When the harvest had yielded Us store There was foaat and oblation. . Or when danger had lifted Its hand, '• . From the lips ot the living There rang, through tho length of the land A ThanksgivingI Thanksgiving! Oarhomo was a wilderness then With tho.floods to onfold It To-day with Its tnlllloni of men, Wo rejoice to behold It,' From the sea to tho surge ot the aaa, , We have all fora treasure Wearoblest in tho promised to-be la a manifold measure Warflauntsnot a red pennon aow, Fiprtho olive is regal Like birds that are twin, on one bough 8tt the dove and tho eaglo. The Clash of the conflict that cleft We In sorrow remember. Bat the Are of tho great feud has left , la the ash scarce an ember, Torino fruit of the tlmo of our toll For whato'er we have foucht for Whether born of tho brain or the soil lie the moed wo have sought for For the gifts we have had from Ilia hand Who is r^ord of all living. Le...

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 — 29 November 1894

ASEVEKEBLOm .!**» 5 # Fort Jbihnr RonderB B e p o r t o f C s p t a r a C o n a r m e d — D e t I U o f t h « B a t t l e - U n n L O M M o n B o t h i s e x p r e s s e d t h a t o v e r t u r e s f o r p e a c e w i l l b e i m n i e d i a t e l y s u b m i t t e d t o J a p a n t h r o u g h t h e (roo d office s o f M i n - Y o ^ t t i ^ ^ v , 37. - L a t e s t i n f o r - m a t i o n a s t o t h e c a p t u r e o f P o r t A r - t h u r s a y s t h e J a p a n e s e a t t a c k c o m - m e n c e d a t d a y b r e a k W e f l n e s d a y . I t W W ^ d i r e c t e d a g a i n s t s e v e r a l f o r t s - i n t t t o e : \" ' r e a r o f P o r t A r t h u r . T h e first a r m y a d v a n c e d f r o m . t h e r i g h t s i d e a n d t h e K u m a m m o t o b r i g a d e a d v a n c e d f r o m . t h e l e f t , w h i l e t h e h e a v y a r t i l l e r y w a s c o n c e n - t r a t e d i n t h e c e n t e r i n o r d e r t o b o m - b a r d t h e c a s t l e , t u r e d a f o ...

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 — 29 November 1894

itiWmmW. BV«R^HITHS»AY.AKFBBNOON B Y , •\"0n#-5Tiflikri:iii»''v ... ,.. .v...':.s.:«V'., JWrMonUw..^!. ThreeMonths....... ..,/- BlngleOopfes.............. , . . . . „ „ . , Afl»ertWna' rotes furnfgbcd upon application •:1 : Mntereiat ih*1'oslqfflai tn Sturgeon My, : : : • ' at secona-clatt matter. m*. STUIWEON BAY, W19.,NOV.a». 1HW. Xaw» of Newspapers. 1, Subscribers who do mir jyiv© express iticotothu contrary ar«ooii8l(lf-rou as wish- E to continue their siihserlptloti. •: . ..' •f». Jt subscribers wl»h their papers dlfcon- *qued, publisher* may continue to send them WnU! otiurKOi are paid. ' . ~ 8. Jf subscribers iififlffit or refuse fo take •apers from the oflior.'or iflare to which they 5*e tent, they are held rc*pti8ltt until thoy ••Hie tbolr bills, ana *rlvo duo UQtJcetodis- ~ •ontlnuo. • • • . • ,. \"•• -«.. If subscribers move to other places with- out Informing (ho puhli-her. they are hold responsible. .NoUuo *tuwl'l nlwny»-'bo given •f the removal, , B. The c...

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 — 29 November 1894

iaiiilthe \\ & chewing Is^ceo made to please SL universal *as|^ must be prepared from ^^^j , flie lligiiest £*ade leaf, with a skill that ^mf// can only l acquired by the longest ex: I^rience^ p tnust possess a delicious flavor, \"and a.lasting substance, and must neither be toblip* iiortoo heavy, too sweet nor toofiat. In I li every element dear to the tobacco chewer is so skill- fully concentrated and blended as to make the most delicious chewing tobacco ever put on the market Try it and you're sure to catch the idea. It's Lorillard' s. $QQQQ®QQQQQQ®QQQQ&Qm>QQ .(£ REMAREABLE CAREER, Capt. Jack Crawford the Famous • \"Poet Scout.\" Ho Writes a ThrUUngly Intercstlntr and Semantic Story of Western Experl- ence^-A Pure, Pathetic and Life-Like Picture. The history of our western border from the day when the first adventur- ous white men set foot upon the fur- ther shore of the turbid Missouri teems [With stories of adventure and desperate heroism, That history js tin...

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 — 29 November 1894

' : ^ ^ ^ » « « t PnbllsluBg Co. : * \" \"WISCONSIN. STKEUSaMTBAY, JSOTS Condensed. ,,'.' Iffnj^tnlaht infelltgenco From All Parts.' DOMESTIC. ^ v '\"••• ' T H » eighth annual session o f th e .fraternal .congress opened a t Buffalo, yU.1T , wit h fraternal beneficiary or* frsnizattons represented, having 2,000,- 000 members and a n aggregate Insur* • n e e of about #2.430,000,000. SCBGKOHB grafted 210 pieces o f skin o n Mrs. Florence Fitzpatrick, w h o w a s terribly burned several month s a g o in Chicago, and 800 more will b e required. E. T. C&ULMBBBC.AIK. chief of th e bureau o f navigation, in his annual re- port show s that th« merchant marine of the United States comprises 23,686 •vessels o f 4,to4,02« tons. W H I X L M A * JOHSBOH lowered'* four' records a t Louisville, Ky. Hi s time for th e mile, flying start, wa s 1:47 3-5. S B T E B A L slight shocks of earthquake w e r e felt a t Tacoina, Wash. ABBANGEMEKTS were nearly com- pleted for beginning construction ...

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 — 29 November 1894

:«JJPMB P. i?±&$-i- ffhei |:?: v:-.',' THE FARMER'S '.-&&*{V% « unstudied and uncouth in style, iAslesr gray eye, an honest face, '• •• • A browii, tanned check and buhfttloatttk » battered hat on firm set head, Bough garments learin SCATS of wear, Strong shoes o'erwelfhUng a firm tread— TUsIa Uie yeonjeu's sturdyeir IBe rosins through form and thtbligV field, With frisking Fldo near his side, i nimble squirrels hare to yield, Their neste the shy birds vainly hide ^ e knows Just whero the WgUsh keep, t And where the rarest wood blooms sprlsg. Where winter snows are drltted deep, Andiey ponds are glistening. Ja summer time. »t eVa'aM mora. To bring the cows his Irksome task: » • loves to hear the dinner horn. To bathe, and m the sua to bask Bi s youthful heart is filled with pride When first he drives his father's teas* And when be learns to mount and ride, Uf e seems to him a sunlit dream. Thus live* he till he finds at length ' The farm has labor for Its boys, lan...

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 — 29 November 1894

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