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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 December 1894

* ? / Historical Rooms 0::'-i^r.-:-::'- • -,-.••• ••-: V'^.--'•''-'.''..''--:-'^' \".i'v,* A FIRST CLASS: J O B O F F I C E CONNECTED WITH THE DEMOCRAT VOJLUME XXII. H STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THfJRSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1894. NUMBER 10 fiCEORCE LAUXBB||kS^THE RECORD. ..^Skates :Biok.«ii'By-» Y*m»S Man .\"or • \" •'C y\\%:v\".v : . .: '*W«CIiy.| \" . ' •' F : -:tau»t ThMMday\" the wopd'8 record for Jumping on «kate8 was broken on Lake St. MCrotx* Stillwater, by J - E - Andrews, be jumping eighteen fent. But Mr. Andrews bad the pleasure of holding the world's record just five days. Sturgeon Bay now claims thai honor, George Laux, a mem- ber of the Olympic Athletic club, of this city, last Tuesday afternoon jumped eighteen feet three inches. George is pretty Well known throughout the state, he hav- ing defeated every amateur runner that he has run against, aud is noted as an all-, •round athlete, Sunday !je mad.e !}J? first Attempt at jumping on 8k*t«s down oa tuV \"little lake.\" The ic...

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 — 6 December 1894

-STUBta^^Air^v- ? • cWjStfHreE*-: 1 Important Intelligence From Ail JPartst S-:S^'«5NQRESSIONAL.^ Â¥,\" • ::/ ^ti»V'JWitjr-tW'rij congress commenced Its second session on the 3d. In the senate after organisation and llstenfnsr to the president's message several resolutions were offered, Binpnff them 6e!np one by Senator Peffeffofran Investigation Into the legality ot the Issuance of bonds....In the house the secretary of the , treasury's estimate ot appropriations requtefd Tor the service for thsBiwaJ year etiaizi June BO, 18W, agirregatlnif M10.43S,0D was: received. Mr. -Hartman, of Montana, Introduced a bill providing for th«1 free.-coinage ot sllveT. The president's trie»e»ge was read. DOMESTIC. Thefcorne r stone of a ne w 8100.000 courthouse a t AVinamac, Ind., wa s laid tinder masonic auspices. JAMBB DtAjf, John Jones and Henry Taylor wer e fatally injured by an ex - plosion of g a s in the Jack Oak coal mines nea r Albia, la. 1ST his annual report Superintendent Brooks sa...

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 — 6 December 1894

•*r X ' •/• : -::'-li^iBiiii^si|^ v^ :••.ita*#^to-'(mi•tj^ tw^'ttf\",«l•l!W^•'••\"• •f,::v\": *.fi^6hotuva spreiai: i »'•• • 'v.- Pat ru^i»tota and brushes by, 8UU«h(i«»jd:—BcsoiWdMnl / .. . Art'tO .***£$&v'v' '• .':'::•. Tothstsoon, • WlienitiMnesInBolemnsDiendot V\\ At night's nooa Thcragh I pamt iwVl can write. Now my poemTU Indite,\" I And abo rhymoa the livelong night, .'. -l5. '.\"'-.a ,, . :£,^if^a%*oon--spooav ': But ihcno'^r become a poet— ',• • • : Heryoung: head Had Bufflcfent sense to know It, '.-.,'.^.r-Vv-:^Ses_ said: • . \"Since rve missed themuse of sons I And to art may not belong, •••' •*'' Wonia It then be very wronpi . •:v^j: . 'V^w-Jim.towed!\"/ . A - • w , . Jfow she makes her home » cloture— • ? r'-••••' Cunningartl Lives.» tender poem daily, Fame opart Better these than written rone, Rhymed harmoniously with spoon, , Poems of love a honeymoon, Oftho heart —Mrs. M: I*. Kayne.tn Detroit Free Press. tm^QftE^%^^=^=^ [COPYRIGHT, 1894.] CHAPTEK V£—CO...

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 — 6 December 1894

i^Mt&i^frwmwB&W: :: -y^WiyM§iaiB:or SoMciBrriOir Thr«6M6rithg........... ••'.•Â»•'• WnffIeOop«8.. .••- • • M w t k H i * wte* fumWiea upon appiloaUod. MMmtWu« Vottojteein Sturgeon Saii, WU. .IL90 '.-'. • • ' . * » • • ' .25 - .05 at leconOrtlas* matter^ STCBOEON BAST, WIS.. DEC. .»'.: 18»». • l»w » of New»l»peM. •••,'•'• i 1. Bubscribers who do not^glvg exprcM •otlco to the contrary are considered as wfcu- • ftjr to continue tbelr subscription. _ ...•*: I jrsubscribers wish their papers discon- tinued, publishers may conttaue to send them antl) charges are paid. ••• •-. . „ . . 8. if subscribers wgleetor «*«»««• «* « ' ' »aper« from the office or place to which they {relent, thoy are held responsible until tkoy fettle tbelr bills and giw duo notice-to dis- \"£l «°«MwpIsww1tli- out inforralnsr the 'publisher, they are held responsible. Notice should alwuys be gjven Of the removal, • . , ' ft. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper from ...

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 — 6 December 1894

*at a little of it out of tight yourself, and see how good it la. It's LORILLARD'S May, CtkAennet and Hembel have sold their portable saw mill t o John CrammeiV ^v^iPorestTiUe. ^ii ^ Cmmmer will set the niill up near hj,a shingle mill aua& ?Mr, Cochennet will have charge of it. .'wJonn Bore, the father of Mr** Wenzel Soukup, remains the same and his life is tjespaired ot ^ • , . : :/^.\\' A general meeting of the town board was held Tuesday at the residence of W m Stoneman. . . V . All mail coming frotn Abnapee and For- estville has if come through Sturgeon Bay now, as the old route'was discontinued piv the 3d of this month. • The Catholics ol^this vicinity are con- templating the building of a large church in the near future. Four acres of land have been, donated by MattDufek. \" No school yraa held in this district on Thursday and Friday of last week Tim*- was given the children to recover from their Thanksgiving dinner. , Wenael Pivonke- lost a valuable horse on Tuesday. Coli...

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 — 6 December 1894

b|fej%u • H I President Cleveland^ Writes of D* r^von B«tfnctlon of the Duty • « '.''. B«B»r—InterwUbr Btatl»tlc* f«»m t t » :.S Variou»' Depi0m»ti^ . ia a aynopsfc&f^ President :CIeTei£iid5l»: annualmesl^&jread at theiopeoin&^f the second fiowdon of th e Fifty-third \" C*ngTe88 u : :' |iJ |^,!'-.' ,'. /S^^iS^J'^.tiV' \". To THE c^koiuKaior THEu -j^A*i*B:: The assemblage Within tho nation's legislative halls of those charged with the duty ol mak- ing laws lor the benefit of a generous and free e l e impressively suggests the exacting ob- lop and Inexorable responsibility Involved lit their task, At the threshold of such labor now to.be undertaken by the congress of the Untied States wadin tho discbargeof an exr ecutive duty, enjoihed by tho cotritltutloa:& submit this communication, containing a brief statement Of the condition of our national af- fairs, and recommending such ^legislation as eeoms tom6 necessary and expedients :,:,., - :: V.BeliiiSWi*».S...

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 — 6 December 1894

fr^*l^#i$it!tg (tfe^g«^i- i : « ^ ^ ggvw»3J^eijNrlth :prt»per«wih6rt^MSai5i ''^ ::: ftSftieii^ fe&^toitoiif^^^ which fe:?:s#a^t ej^^ interest S| :: ^ tatos- feiPi*S*-^Pe«Umi: out uc« i i«Blnes ' \"and JU»Y« ^|it:: *6l^aeTW^sl|npIy la-its business aspecta $$^-iiuiw^^ con-' %HfiP«^^^^enai»« :*J-'l»WKBpo^ the subject, tha ^appointment of a coramlsston could availnoth* sfeWl«gwS?ti?hoTOverr-Botnliui-.more definite can * S jw*ccomjflsn 4 S&J-^8T^%inml§sIpn ought,to be considered and /feKS6^:&5«to ?^•v^•^.::^/^. '''•'••^ | j ^ f i S * i ! ( ^ full information In r* :i. v:-•?::- the organization, supervision and ig ft ::^utaattcmibf:the national banks for the year '?i#itended'October :31.1894' It shows that during ::]^- -:t^XiVethA'--'6at tt). banks were organ- ized, w}ttt a oapltal stock or $3,8_5,OO0, s« HiUieamalleat number chartered, as weJ as the minimum amount of capital, in any one year 0iij $ba&s!&&.'•: The charters of forty-one banks '5# ^...

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 December 1894

-... rjiiirf a ! *'l, ',-\"i|^:fe: : \"iX : :'•: Bh±'l. i*v *!«!i -- i'r| jV r \\ . ., stilly. {8i?iij-,. Krt^Vv •:«' • . ^ . fnd f* ittsd :Â¥*!f*K- ' ' ge brSBiij?^ ' ^ t £ \" ' : ' .\" am«*\"':.the.'i''' :!»^!i*^Vv '. r. ' go '::- H-i^u-hvi -tino ---.- '• • t h e nlirovv'W'it)^ •':''' - - . mjeji-,0,.. s o c i a l * - a ^ : . J'1 ..'TV .nemberwhtit••.$'»* 'livid tri''••-.' m l'it'l ic oit m &.. ..iripoTt f th* twaociaiiou. !i 11—Active. , A.U mil-* • j t v .'or««\"'-^i/'V'wfU-',uii, pU'ii «and payintbrw-doi fill -'Jy.mii MIMHI , Any inv- ito -si've dollars par\"y.fir,. a.. m : I'ter «»U oecMti* »\" '\"'' «K \"bysigning Mi.' pled : • o©»t Oulyaotive in-«iii\"-\"- VOi TtaeVllHt,iUUti :l'l.-| tov n« election f 'i i'''Mi- in uuiiiitKi', v *•• .' • o charge oi\" fit- -iil' «ir- .vJTfte off! •.,,•*. » Hu ••• of i'iij ••'Uri.l f i • H!H Of 15 •KH!VI|')II,IH. .*' tar, vice pr»\\-d\"t- r : '•Â». '*«ry\\ W. H. iVirt'im t i U«yn.)lflK, U I). tie . M d W a ir* '1'iu...

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 December 1894

^^Sfi^ift^'^^ij^S??} '*^^\" II1R ilts ife gpg is? •J ^ AS WELL JjJB-V^i A- FIRST CLA8S J O B O F F I C E CONNKCTED WITH THE DEMOCRAT ifotME-.-xxiiS STURGEON BAY, WIS, THURSDAY DECEMBER.13. 1894. NUMBER U PER|pNAl|tENtlON. Jsmet Atnoe WM in thecity Monday. Hon%E. 8. Minor Is et home -this week.' '• John Eagao, WAI in the city yesterday. |fi^^^^Cn^ ^te^n is suffering with IplS&lrt^^^ yes- :1aife|^a^ w:i»uriness. . :™ ?'::W\". 8eyk, the popular Kewaunee miller, •i^aairt thecity-Tuesday.: . /•..... ' ?:--J^ Adamson, of Whitefish Bay, was in town today on business. ^Jfo. 18 arrived at the home of .Wm. Fagg, OfForestrijle, yesterday. D. Houle and Wenzel Shimmel paid a visit to Abnapee yesterday. Arnold Wagner paid a visit to Forest ville yesterday returning today. J- Wft Thomas, arrived in the'city yester- day on one of his periodical business trips. #:! £8,'..EL Finny, of Suamico, was in the city the first of the week, returning home Wed- nesday. Plaf Anderson, of Ephraim, spent ...

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 December 1894

gup IN AFBIOA. '. :' • } v f ^§g§^^ - |-,: ::W *i|liijnie' ' viriwnfl^^fa'tm^ ^of^nc? J is, inore or less, trie sub- J ^ | i j afecuBsion in all circles it ni&y ^i|^&)Soriie tot«^ •'., JSxHn ite past.- \\ TiieGapc. government is • {0^i^^ptat^ffii^tm^g a perisiori •w riporithe founder o the diamond in- dustry iri'itKei,'':©a^iitry' \"over' which? it : s holds jnris^ietiqii^ftjKl the accoropany- •'«ing picture isofthe fortunate individual !whowill doubtless ?be \"the happy'-'he* cipient, That he is actually the discoverer of the first diamond ini South Africa is a fact beyond dtepute, which has been sworn to by numerous witnesses, be- fore H.&eynbldsiTEsq., J. P. for Wind- sortoh, Vau.1 river, South Africa. In the year 1866, Lennard Jacobs, a Korannaht wasled by a report that a German missionary, named Kallenbcrg, hadsottled in Peniel(now known as Ilarkly), to'4|,J rek\" thither in search of relieio«|:iiB8truetionr After remaining at Peniol for,some raohtlis he becam...

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 December 1894

on a Steep Incline. iPR^?-' ' • A Collision ta • Toiuiei ITBdOT tbe Cbicsro :^p^CAW^/pe^': l side cable strain*'\"^iiijiOoilUip^siii-^e Washinjrtoa \"iirtetjtttnnel^sKprfily^ after 0 o'clock *iuesday nijrhtr-caiteed the worst wreck and disaster that has - hap- pened on • tlie^ street car lines of the city pntside of the grade crossing locomotive horrors.. A dozen . passengers among the hun- dreds who crowded ti two trains were 'serioaaly injured, two of them fatally, and others whose names could not be learned on account of their hurried departure from the scene, were slightly hurt by flying glass and splin- tered wood. Following is the list of the badly injured: Morris Smith, both legs broken and Inter- nally Injured, died at the hospital George Noonan, injured Internally, knee punctured, will die, taken to county hospital Mrs. Soiss, cut by glass and -wood, became demented by fright and shock, removed to county hospital George Newman, legs broken, hand cut ffm. Joice, leg broken, ...

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 December 1894

Sii^iteSiK^^MiMii4 — ^ • 'M^t'-MMi' ' \" ' t • ( J Jo#*tffc » SdtiytM Bay, If**. \"f^fliB gblpmwftto of iron ore from Escanaba R e p a s t g e « ^ M a o » n ^ t o l ^ ^ ' W ^ ^ ' THE man 1 ^ ^ thinks ibis .world was ftiriide soleJySlorbim is apt t o find bus sometime tha t the space be occupies i s ^foflnitely smalls : FOR B twp 4iocfiL globe valve the dealer to Amherstberg,Canada, wauted $2,00.- It was putcfeWed i n Detroit, Mich.i for 84 cents, for the^tug Leathern D. Smith. A s inspection of last* week's issue of Gideon's Weakly Wall would almost make one thluk that the election was five weeks ahead instead of that long past. Character- istic yjro^ltnow, TBE insurance premiums paid in Shis 'state for the past tweUy-flve years have been $61,542,302 and the amount of losses paid by the company has been 837,283,010 and still the insurance companies keep raising the rates und claim they are losing money.-rKauknuna Times. InMr Steswi'.ina^pudn* ^WMSmm&ltiK. of t^oll soul Jokal,...

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 December 1894

liitsfi 5fS€&vi—V 15 MUCH THE BEST #hen buying CLIMAX PLUG always look for the little round red tin Tag. Itfs the sign by which you can protect yourself against Inferior brands. It is an assurance of quality^ purity and substance. It rep- resents^^be word and honor of the oldest tobac^ manufacturers in Amer- ica and the larger in the world. When you want a' delicious chew, a lasting k^ew, a satisfying chew, be sure and get LO&ILLARD'S • • ^ AN INNOCENT JAG, •'•: i •• . — — — — ' . . . 1 A Young Man of Gentle Imposition Forced j . Into Maudlin Drunkenne»s—A Scene ' of. Pathos and Horror. The following account of what took place not many miles from this city has been with-taeld from publication for sever- al weeks after, the occurrence in order that its freshness in the minds of those im- mediately concerned would not, with the disclosure, involve them in any more seri- ous inconvenience than its effect on their •onseienco. For the same reason we have omitted their names. * -...

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 December 1894

)^i^ll^^^ ipWwM^^r: vf*r6t**Uag*ni ih» Second Session. • , f 1^4 P W I B '8 resolution calllngfor InforniA. tlon rwrardinsr the l8jrnaiice of bond* TTM adoptedlathe United States senate on the St*. «ills were lutroduoiKl Tor tho free coin»geof i aUver. making the silver dollar to consist of 4ltH grains of standard fineness to form tile state of Indlanole out of portions of the In- dian territory, end for an anienament to the sugar clause In the present tariff low striking out oil the provisions except that to remove tho one-eighth differential en sugar....In the boose e resolution was introducfld repealing aeotlon8of theact providing fortheresumption of specie payment, which authorizes the secre- tary of the treaanry to uell bonds. Oif theflthSenator Turple spoke in the sen- ateIn favor of the election of United Stotes senators by direct vote of the people. Bills were passed exempting from duty foreign ex- hibits at the Portland (Ore.) exposition and for the national dedication o...

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 December 1894

SOMEWHERt. *^rej»#f?awe*t:c^ AndraybnrteaKenUylteJitena«iO»e fiwt »p- WW Ute SMOotoli^w:• of dreMrtMt rit« the ,,_•„., - Somewh«KsfuUo«M«*8tafs,tat §|§fSl£:.: Aaa:tW^ ^ ^ t i ^ i M A caressing on $%$iM^-:^}yi^^a^m^^ '••'£ *Sv:' -'^ lato the shutterM Utaaow to bid him sink «• !^m'i?--l-:•• •\"•\"i!eett-i v:^. -:. ^i.,---^ ' ^ r ^ To wskeboyond toe moaning of this stormy, -::. ,'\\$j6ekj|*ho«£fr -f '.:: -.•\"•-.T?--/ Aad i^allse the Beaalng ot a rc^t font** —Atlanta Constltattoa, efcs CHAPl*itvitt--CoKms0Bo. i *'I told you before,? said ^eridriclisi •omewhat testily, \"that the purpose and expense were not part of your con- aideration. What will it cost?\" ? \"Well, sir, I suppose a rude but solid bracketfroad can be built on one wall for about six thousand dollars a mile.\" \"That's very nearly a hundred thou- sand dollars tai sixteen iniles. |Let us •ay a hundred and fifty thousand! Can weputup aa electric engine If It.j^ got in here by piecemeal and make the trucks 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 December 1894

rye, 35 to «c. barley, 40& white peas, 4?c., marrowfat *7e., green, «7*., sootob T^V fwtMoa^ 40e.r«^ eggs, 14s- pressed bey, 19.00 betas, Made under authority of:(|6hgre^^ by the Chief Chemist of the Deip^ment of Agri- cuji&re, Washings tplfi, D. C, shows the tobeacreamoftartarbakingpow- derofthehighest quality,superior toall others in strength, leavening power, and general usefulness. The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the lead- ing Baking Powder of the world. Royal Baking Powder makes thefinest,sweetest, lightest and most whole- some food. It goes further in use, and is more economical than any other. ROYAL B/WINO W W t » « CO., .106 WALL &T., NfW-YDf»K. ' . ^ » mmmmmmmmmm LOCAL MARINE NEWS. The bay to now it* free of ico as if it wus July instead of December. John Cornell, of Wellington Island, has sold'his interest in the Trnscot and bought the Unknown. The tug Dixon has been leased for ttie •winter by Racine...

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 December 1894

wiiiiSSS STURGEON BAY, WIS.. /THURSDAY DECEMBER 20, 1894 NUMBER 12 $p^,- .u,,i. .: ... . . . . , . . . , , - , . :.-.:• - . • . . . - -• - : •• ~ .-, ^l|$fflKS^'iiTn«ari«i : Socie^/iOWJrtaed.'' '•'\" cause, as the records show. Dr. - Price's .ex-' S ! t ' ^ ^ ^ i ^ ^ r ^ - * ^ ^ ' i l i ® city -hall } hibited, competed and received the highest ^Ji^dayeyemhgfOrJtK&purpos e of organ- ^ ^ t i g v ^ r H n m k n ^ s o C i e t y . . . , . O w i n g t o th e l p f ^ ^ t h a t - ' t h e ^ a i J a l ^ a f e h o i i s e ' Co., held ^ | J K e i r annU£avmeetin§ -J!ttth sim e -evening ^ l ^ a ' p r e t t j r p e a r l y every business ma u in. ^S^|i^::city : : : belong^ to\" this company).' the ^^P|^^tolftii5SMsg.' 1 P t a s l a r S e as'might-have S i f f i ^ ^ M h ^ d v ^ H o w e v e r , the lack i n .num. liiSb|^.jwfS:|BBaiievMp hy enthusiasm\" and a n :^^^^^nwijtiortV Wa's effected. Fran k -Lung ^^|ip^|:^hSps^i i temporary chairman -of. the ^ | | l g i ^ b i n ^ » n d Cb «s. M.Wh...

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 December 1894

: ^ ^ \" : , v V £ i T B f c c ^ tribe of Chippewa Indian* w a s fatally •hot b y gam e warden* a t Bice Lake, T t o b f f i c e « £ 41itfSDenTer^imea:w«* WISCONSIN. ' ^ ' | ® i-••CONGRESSIONAL. V : -:.' V J^roeecdlnga « t tbjs Second Hetdoa. IW the senate on the 12th an unsuccessful at\" tempt to secure consideration of the bill to strike out -the differential duty on sugar and • resolution tor tho amendment of the rule* was nlso defeated. A bill was introduced jiroTiding for the abolition of tho death pen- alty In the army at navy except In oases of anurder, rape, desertion to tho enemy In time *t war and aggravated mutiny. Bills were passed graating pensions of $100 per month to Mary Palmer Banks Mrs. Katharine Todd •Crittenden and XaJ. Qeri, A. McClernond....In the house eoastderatlon of the urgency de- ficiency bill was begun and a motion Mi strike out the appropriation for the collection of the Income tax was defeated. A BUX was introduced in tho senate on the 13th, dire...

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 December 1894

1SII V.thepo&e, •••'.'•: -^^^\"'-\"^'•', '^'vv\\'^•--:' • S^^*tt«rl»ok'BfeiM'jii:'itii pi*w'•':•*--' : k •Mldhood, In tnannpoa, la youth sad In age, ^Ite jingling wisdcm we m o * ^ sJflBto » book U»t we love you' do well to eon- :^.'-:^::\\*ii^, :^-:: '.V ''V^A ':vA:/rts ^-:''- : ^:No:mtt«.wJmt6tte»w*-nj«b? • ''• And Its title is—what* Now couldn't you guess? Otoourssl Ittoold Mother Goose. tfco first Urn? you rend it you »klpped nil the ^•''^yWOtdA.v,-- , Tne pictures nlone took your eye: •hone wonderful picture* ©* beasts ana at ^..vJHsOa.:-:'' . • • '•\"•'••Â» . • Ot creatttTcs that erawl, walk or.fly. Ton cared not a bit for the wisdom and wit, Nor detected the rhyming was loose— On the floor by the hour you would silently sit, Enchanted by dear Mother Uooso. There WB3 Old King Cole, the merry old sool And Miss Muffott with curds and whey! The mon who went sailing the sea la n bowl. And the lady-bug Idling away There was Tattle' Boy Blue, and Jack Hornor, , ! •,.:-•...

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 December 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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