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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 10 January 1895

c Wr • OM * *?., Historical litVoms l^^Wliiiil A FIRST JBfiASS JOB OFFICE CONNECTED WITH THE DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS.C $ H U R S I ^ JANUARY 10, 189f. PERSONAL MENTION, ^§M§Mm^m^-—- •• ':',••:• , i : . : ' '•: •:'' ' '^'^ft3!^nJFtterfitine.: went. , to Menominee .^.J^^0B^^f'f::-r-0y:i'y :'•.•'• -• j|Sp-§iBt^iy Geieisi:Of Maplewbod, was among | j | | i | ^ i ^ ? r e today. '•' .•' • •':' Ijl^p-^a^frAppie^of Jacksonport, transacted- A p S ^ ^ i ^ ^ p t b f o city this week..1' • .-• IMaJBS Jobiiison, of Newport, returned j ^ ^ t H * trip to Milwaukee today. ^ ^lr• 36^Reynplii3 left Monday for Daluth j^rhjere be will look after bis mill business.. Eft^iforneya R \"'P., Cody and P. J. Hamil- : ^nJ?r da Tuesday's strain for! Ahnapee. |Kxs j(f^V:Aena Sanders,of Muskegon, is v^tnVJ5«le8tx)f Mrs. Arthur Thompson, of tbis l*^ C S: -' ' '•:'.'.\"•\" . : . . '''Mi$0-'j0ii$& H, Ericksen and -daughter Lizzie, S|ot Milwaukee, tarried in this city a few f::idayp f\\ pK^MiES Sybil Minor ...

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 — 10 January 1895

li e_ Debs and His Convicted 3JW$£, Ar*wincarcerated ibn the ..Wooditooit ^Y'^^fcf ' •***?•• »: Wanjfeetb'••':''• ':: .':\"lW-' * o i n '.Bii'ciuv • :• l^^iCAjti^, \"Jan...': ©.--Eugene. V. Debs ^Kbj .iKft ip$her officers an d directors of wfciie: wen t to the y ^opja6tflefe:(niV) jail Tuesday to begin '.|ieiFVfcg.,TOe',i^t&ce^rcceutly imposed* )km-''•}. : thcrn ':for contempt of court. Inhere iWas «o formal procedure, ^During1-Sine day :tho men dropped imoncbyvonc and surrendered them- »lves to iho marahal. The appeal to y4jfe^A&i<y t»' m ^^HBiey.^tfl.'.^ader.'^ .•. •:- j-tlbuat House of Representatives* r. h.','GtoJatiia^'3:Kr/&laek.Xdim<f.ilj.^v^tttoe the debate on the currency question which ha4 been Interrupted fey the holiday recess. He denied that the banning anfl currency coiri- mittee had heard, only national bankers •whit© considering the pending measure and had turned a deaf car to all other*.'': I*«isr lotion had not ooused all the misfo...

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 — 10 January 1895

A B O U T T R E E P L A N T I N G . How an Bxcellcnt T*ndcap Effect May '•'. : Bo'3Prodi»cedi.-'• In plantin g ornamental grounds for landscape effect, much in terest as wel l as instructionma y be imparled by giv- ing1 attentio n to natural affinities a m o n g the trees and: shrubs, as wel l as t o th e general pleasing effect. A maple tree,-for example, i s a hand- som e ornament as it stands by itself but if a \"well-arrayed group of the sev- eral species be placed together, not only a^pleasing- effect is produced as a portion of the landscape, bu t a valu- able le.sson is taugh t by presenting to- \"gethe r the distinctive characteristics of eac h species. T h e owner, visitor, v or tne.youn g members of the family, w^thout^any special effort or hard study, wil l easily become acquainted w i t h lihese several species and this mode of plantingcarrie through the various kinds~of ornamental trees, be- comes valuable in-the way of practical education. It will be better tha n mere...

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 — 10 January 1895

pMi#^lfig|^iii!^g BTnlarMiOKSDAY AiniKNOoN B ? THE DEMOCKAT i'CHLlSHIXO CO. StSft^WMf Siiv\"• 'i•Vr •••'A •:•-••* • 8 U Months ,• ••.., •.- ...,',:.....,-.... -Three 11MOTS' V^:.V.^..'.... ..•..- Stnrle Copies.. ,... • • • — • • •. • - K4A»wrtWckirt^ furnished upon application, \"•ito&rwf** IU fitU -in: Sturgeon Sav, Wli. \".\"•-.-' as $uont-cla*t nuttUr. MM ^ STURGEON BAY, WIS.. JAN. !0.18&5, '\\: y. . ~ • --, • •' '•: „„,.^____1?L-^.to THE kEGISLATUBE IN SESSION.- A t noon Wednesday George Porter, of Milwaukee, as chief clerk of the legislature jrapped tbo hdnsa to order an i resigned bis seat to bis successor, W. A. Nowell. Jndge Winslow Administered the oath to the n e ^ members collectively. George B. Burrows was elected speaker, W . A Howell clerk and B. F. Millard ser- geant alarms. Too fint'bill introduced was to make the Madison Journal the official paper. The Mil wa s laid „over. The senate was organized with T.\" I). Weeks as president, Walter h. Housor, ohiet cl...

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 — 10 January 1895

of enjoyment is found by every lover of good chewing tooacco in LQRILLARD'S famous * This tobacco represents the result of 134 year's experience in blending and preparing tobacco to suit a universal taste. 8 A delicious flavor has been imparted to it without the addi- | tion o f any harmful element: In substance it is Unequalled | by any chewing tobacco ever prepared. When you want a | delicious satisfying chew, try CLIMAX PLUG. | ivaKeBro topyRioHT 1894. BT THE AUTHOR. A U RIGHTS RESERVED '-**-*/* CHAPTE R V. * Meetings between Private Brown and Alice Sanford became of frequent occurrence. The young1'girl often rode along the mesa on the trail which Ted along the precipitous bluff overlook- ing the Rio Grande, and Brown more frequently than ever toefoi^ sought,the.._ spot of •' their first meeting' with • his' .Sketch book ana pencils in joyous Anticipation of an hour in company with the angel who bad so unexpected- l y come into his life. A warm feeling of friendship sprang up bet...

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 — 10 January 1895

liiili^fiiiis gspnEtGEpjsr BAY $ wiscpisJsiN^ Imjpprtahi Jntelligence From All Parts. OONqRESSIONAt. :'V Proceeding* nf the Second HeMloo. , t * the senate on tho 3d notice was given of toeveral proposed amendmentg to the tariff bill, one being,for the payment of a bounty on the ' {present year's, suvar crop of one cent a pound, jMd another to strike out all provisions for an appropriation for the collection of an Income «« c The Nic»ra*uan canal bill Was dte- jeu»»ed....ln the house a bill wasintrodncefl jlor » t a x of »wo dollars per barrel oh molt, (brewed or fermented liquors. The eurrenoy {Question WM considered, Mir. McCreary QiLy.) jedvooatltje state banks. i TH B senate passed the military academy appropriation bill On the 4th and the Nlca- Wwroan canal WU was further dlsotjsfoed. Son- »tor Lodge (Mass.) spoke en his resolution of toanlry as to why the United States warship jbos been withdrawn from Honolulu- Adjourned fto the 7th.,..In thehouso ft bill was paused gr...

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 — 10 January 1895

A. B A B T A N D A WELL. CtewvTommy and Besa, clamber u p w o ) ) •-.••. •\".'•.'taMk.-'•• •.,', f n tcU youa\"«tory ns.truo as can bo A true Uttie story to you* will tell OT*darling HTO baby'way Uowa in a well! ilNTMlo \"jaitnma was writing and nuraooS k w '' ''••.•••'••••'•...:•• Child Ilarola tia travels began In the yard Straight, .low through tho orchard and on to -.''.':• •.' 'tbiwooa.\" '-•• •.„••'•• SUallttle feet scampered.as fast as they could. He camo pretty soon to a hole, round and deei\\ Where a spring bad danced up and then fallen o'.'-••::• asleep!•.•••••:•'' • • ' Bo quiet Jt lay that the birds came to drink. And tho sun played bo-peep with the ferns : :: \\^^r6und tno brJnki ' B e had heard there are tiny elf creatures that : :: 4V : *mWell :'.'- • - : l a the clear, glassy depths of a wood-enshrined \" \":v-:'. . well .•.•.-.' \\Hettad looked for as long as a half of a year For that home of tho fairies, and lol it was {- here.-.\": . \"Hnrrahl there Is one! and 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 — 10 January 1895

mms shown by both the U. S. and Canadian Government Reports. W^$h&. other baking powders containfrom20 to 80 per eerit^ less leavening gas than the ROYAL. So the R^AL even shbuld it cost more than the others, would be much the cheaper. In addition to this the superiorflavor,sweetness/wholesome- ness and delicacy of the food raised by ROYAL BAKING POWDER would make any difference in cost insignificant. Highest of all in leavening strength.— Latest U/S. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 1M WAU. ST., NEW-YORK. C9iA3US.HC0.t344. PABST BREWING COflPANY. Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 28, 1894 »r. J. P. Brigham, Vignes, Door Co. Wis, Dear Sir: We you' have won we offered Siri F\"rmer take pleasure in advising you that the first--of the barley prizes in Bulletin No. 7 o'-f the Wiscori- s Institute . This entitle s you to Cess upon have 1 t (linn to .(.ill. t'liu \\u Jan. 8th, Kugviui V. iJtilm nnd ©tiu'i who are under seuunce for eoii- teinpt of ro.iirt, aiirrended ti the 1'nit...

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 — 17 January 1895

Historical Rooms WE PUBLISH ALI. TllE GENERAI^ -'•- ^AS^wjELIJ.-iS:-:- :^''- LOCAL NE^fS. A FIRST CLASS '•JOB O F F I C E COSNECTED'WITH THE DEMOCRAT V0EUMEXXII STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. JANUARY 17, TB9c. \\ NUMBER 15 pg^^AB:\"DECLAREb \" \\ ^THE TRIBE OF ANANIAS TO BE DIS- i RUPTEO BY INTERNAL STRIFE. -Chief Line Sends a Challenge to His Medi- cine Man.—The Challenge Written In Blood and Attached to a Tomahawk, On Saturday last there was brought to this city a tomahawk, which bore evidence of having'been long buried. There was nothing particularly remarkable about this and it would have excited no remark but for its' having attached a piece of yel- low parchment upon which was a message, written probably in blood, it being very red* and addressed to a well known deciple of Ananias in this city. Now it it well known that it was the' practice of the Aborigines of this country when challeng- ing an enemy to deadly combat, to send. him a spear, a bow and arrow or a toma- hawk, whic...

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 — 17 January 1895

•eta 'ti$ffi$^&&£&l TOCQNSm IliiewsCondensed. i Impwtant jhteHigehce Rom All Parti \\ 1rocee(UoK ot the Second HettlOD. In the senate oa the »th••'the' urgent defl- Icleney bHl wiw reiorte without omenflraentt Tho billfor the relief of homestead settlors in \"Wisconsin, Minnesota sad Michigan : m passed ....In the house the diplomatic and the Jos offloe appropriation bills *wcre passed. An order to close general debate on the Carlisle currency biU'waa defeated by a vote of iS9 to .\"M*V '• .'.\"' • • .'••.'••'••••: .-'•, Ox toe 10th a WU waa Introduced In the sen- ate providing « pension of t*0 per month to ex- soldters for the loss of one arm above the elbow or of a leu above the knee, and ot too for tholoaa of an entire arm or leg. Thelncorno tax wiw discussed, Senator HU1 introducing an amendment to teat the constitutionality of the not....in the house a bill wan passed to define theetimes of murder In the first and second degrees, and manslaughter and rape, mutiny...

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 — 17 January 1895

-• 4 -• .: A rsAt -.:^sR^ |l^.:f: ,:v KaHM» Belinda Luolnd* Mac(?OTcf« Was very untWy—yon intent say,a Slovene She altars objected to dusting and clognlnr. Towards brashes and brxm elfe hia\" no sort of leaning. '.. '•'• '.. ' ..:-. t% faoitt was said that the sljjnt of a duster, Upstairs or downstalra, would iunply disgust -her •:r x - , ?\":'/••'\" .And a broom to the room of this sad Hiss Mao- ' • •'•'•Govern'.' ,.':'.'• •:' ' /~~~-__^ \"Was as strange a» a spider's weMaa'hoi'OTek Matilda Belinda LtiolndOIftcGovern. Oh! whatcould_havp^a*ghl her to be auoh a •,y.. : .-aibyenT-:'~^rT -..''.'.- .'--'• Khe:birds: or the bees—show us anything •'•neater!- ' • ' . • ' • • • She daisies—Ahi what could be nicer and sweeter? ...'.. - !W\"ny, evjen the tross don't grow careless and . rusty, And a toad on the road doesn't like to bo .dusty While cats, with a number of delicate graces, Will wash with their paws their own wee, furry faces. But speaking of eats, once * this small Miss MacGov...

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 — 17 January 1895

mm WM 1P1II? mm mm mm ^^r^c-^ i *$S?2tk WBM8HB 0 Ifll^KMOtiHA*^^ s K'^ftir««r ,vvi': . -: :..i-: ,-.',v. ..,- ,.. bi?ite!Month9.:.v.v, ,,- -.'... y. ., .»•Â» - • • ••'•~i:?ar»re8i'-Mo»tM,i«..^ , .v. .•• -, • ••,-• ••:•• Â¥Ss «n(rteO(Jple».v.^-.:.v..... .••..»-v:--r•..... ••Mfravertiaibgliteifnrnlshed upon application. '^Sfcitfiwtf .-t « « Jfotloffitt In, Sturgeon Day. Wit. ^ : :-i:w = y . U. • ' ~ :* a*:*««»t-#aM •-•.... V. ..11.00 i-.. .00 :•:.-.• .25 : ., .05 STUBftRON BA5T, WIS.JAN. IT. 1895. Irjp. A. B A » O « K, formerly of the \"Mari- Mette Argus,\" has purchased tbe \"Mononi- iiiee Entefprfse.\" T H E dlflferenco detwueu Debs-and. Dobbfj i s t b a t Debs is In and wants to como out \"bat DobbS is in an d won't come out.— Ing Wisconsin. \"\"•/. ton^J»a3fa : ^-'f*eH^ svdialassureyouj nintton *ili:H80 t Q ^ e : •tpp price/ '-.: : -:/'.V ' ^ -:-:V'--C--& FnA^yr^:': ':tUtlW.3ororir.'I»r»^^ -.-/'..•• -,''. ^^-:i}: '-art.\"::f-^ ^:%.:: Eugene Birmingham ' .lot...

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 — 17 January 1895

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ '& TUWMalt. Bv%TAitf JACK (R/^VFORD. MC^w.- lAVvv-Ti ^ ~*~.* i.-U'*: %sM% topymoHT 1894: fir.THE AUTHOR. A U RIGHTS RCSERVEQ. ranted , .&nd th e action of th e commimd- ing officer wlicii reviewin g th e findings and sentence.was. a r e b u k, e t o t h e lieu- c o m m a n d e r of t h e pos t for M s ap - proval. B r o w n w a s foun d g u i l t y of s t r i k i n g a n ofijeer, t h e r e w a s referenc e to-aggravatinff circumstances , a n d hi s . , , , . , p u n i s h m e n t w a s J fixed a t t l u r t v d a y s ' ' t e n a n t which 1 sincere'-.' hop s h e ma y confinement in t h e post g u a r d house, P«nt_by \\ ou -will repor t for d u t y to- T h a t love of. justice, w h i c h : w a s a J\" o n r h r s t sergeant , Krown, an d I trus t • m a r k e d characteristi c of Col. Sahford's n a t u r e , , asserte d itself whil e h e h a d j t h e. findings of t h e c o u r t u n d e r con - 1 .CHAPTER VH. A n u m b...

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 — 17 January 1895

UPHAM'S MESSAGE. JPlMii«*i» of ibd State—Ettaeatlonal, Pens* , .':. .^^CiiiiirilijW* Institution*—Want* Olc- '. • • gp't^Aritatme- Branded -~ Ulsconrajfe§ Idea oicoropnlnory Arbitration. / ^o^^WSlliam $t, Upham's mcssag-e ^ ^ ? 4fe8d t o th e general assembly of ^ W i ^ n s i n o n th e 10th. Th e docu- m e n t is of moderate leugth and wa s 1^11 received. The ^gllowiiiafextracts ibraee the principal issuesjr|iscussed ' t h e governor: . ' You are assembled under conditions which are unique in \"tnc history of the Btut and na- tioii., ^ho country has been subjected to one olthftBnost disastrous financial disturbance* ever ljnown yet nuch are the reeuperattvo qualities ol the American peoples that from the very .'-depths' of financial disaster they are emerging hopeful nnd courageous. Our own state has suffered'less, perhaps, than many others. We have reason to boof thnnl'ful to the Providence which has shaped our affairs and allotted.' to us nucb. a diversity of nationalities and...

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 — 17 January 1895

«*• k PECULIAR CASE. PhysioiEiua Puzzled by the Experi- ence of Mrs. Bowen. -•'•.'••'. ' Tn« Episcopal Hospital Said She Had Consumption. - (From tk» Record, Philadelphia, Pa.) Last July the Episcopal hospital admitted a woman whoso pale and emaciated face and. tacking: cough proclaimed her the vic- tim of consumption. She gave her name as Mrs SalUe G. Bowen, wife of Wm. G. Bowen, residence,\" 184V) Meighan S t , Phila- delphia. The case wa s diagnosed and she Was told plainly that she was in an ad- j •anced stage of consumption. The examin- ing physician even showed her the sunken i place in her breast where the cavity in her I lung was supposed to exist She went home j to her family a broken, disheartened woman j FAVOR IMPEACHMENT. Proceedings Ufctly to Be Brought Afralnst .\"•'-' Judge Kick*.. /WASHIJ?G»TOX, Jan. lC—Th^e house CASIMIR-PEHIE R S T E P S D O W N . HU Iteslgnutlon a« President of the French ,. _.• '.• • • .-.' R e p u b l i c . Viy PAJJIS, Jan. 16.—-Casimir-Per...

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 — 17 January 1895

mmm i Si m i i M U 1 § I I I 1 I H E 0 ^ #iirestahcl strongest bajcingjpow-^ te m&d & It lias r ^ aw&rd at the U. S.Qo^'t ofti^ tigatiorij and at all the? Great Inter- national Expositions and World's Fairs wherever exhibited in competition with others. It makes the finest, lightest, sweetest, mostwholesome bread, cake and pastry. More economical than any other leaven- ing agent. ROYAt BAKING POWDERCO., 106 WALL 8T., NEW-YORK. I\" ' 1 - 5 1 m s m i I - § i i a H I 1 m^^$:^'^!^^0^ il&ffle.&ltor:fi£^ badly drifted, tbe stage goitig tbrougti the fields arid .ifc««V.'to'f : _:'-uii~-' Y Henry •-WenzWliYthe' -'butcher ,:,': \"pulled\" last : '.-vr^Mc i a your city Ior : ijot JfeediDgbisjborse^affietenti,?,: decid«Mi that a, horse 'was too/ mucb! of&luxiipy : gp b e brought biwi out bere to sell or trade. No t being able to do either, b e killed the horse. The aobolars Of tins and th e Haage dis- trict are contemplating givingan^ .ebter- taintaerit a t SifiUf...

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 — 24 January 1895

^m^p^^f^^w^Wm^^W^^^^mmW^^^ . W E P U B L I S H A L L \"THE GENERAL, • :: '.AS•WELL : AS• .-: • v - \"LOCAL NEWS. A F I R S T C L A S S JOB O F F I C E , C O N N E C T E D W I T H THE DEMOCRAT VOLUMEXXtL STURGEON ^AY, WIS., THURSDAy JANUARY 24, NOTES ON ROBBIE BURNS. ..: : : \\. '..• ' ' '••• .B y VESEIIA. •' B u r n s h a s b e e n s l e e p i n g f o r n e a r l y ft c e n t u r y i n t h e o l d g r a v e y a r d o f S t Mi - c h a e l ' s , y e t a t t h i s s e a s o n o f t h e y e a r w e h a v e t o r e m e m b e r h i m w h e r e v e r S c o t c h - m e n g a t h e r , t h e l a p s e o f t i m e s e e m s t o in - c r e a s e o u r a d m i r a t i o n o f t h e S c o t t i s h poet , ' r a t h e r t h a n d i m i n i s h it . H o w i s this? W e m a y as k t h e q u e s t i o n befor e g o i n g a n y farthe r w i t h o u r notes.- H o w m a n y birth a n n i v e r s a r i e s of c u r g r e a t m e n d o w e re - m e m b e r w h e n t h e y h a v e b e e n s l e e p i n g ...

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 — 24 January 1895

•W$$^^ti£& : IrrijpbHtant intelligence From All Parts. Proceeding* nt th e Second Hesaioo. ''.''.^XxdnAte'dnihe-'i^tit passed the urgent de» ifteieacyblH, including the income-tax pro- ! Yirirtns^v.liuriftgthe debate In -the house oh ^ b* Indian appropriation b i u Messrs, Walker. •Warner and Reed engaged in a dlfaSusaion of tfc*: C^fWiBoy question. The sundry civil ap- proprjatlon Mil tt was reported. t s the senate on the Itth • Senator Sherman • Jpwisented an emergency currency bill and Sen- aterl»ugh oltcruVa measure in the sown line- Th« pension bill, appropriatf^ 8H1.000.001), •\"was pamied with two amendment*, one making- «6 the liwest tftte lor pension disability and anotherrepealing the present law. cutting off the pensions of noh-resMcnis. The army bill, *pprnpfhitln« *23.i»o,0:0 was •dJacuisod.,\"'...la the house the- senate amendments to the or- i e n t deficiency hill were, disagreed to and the bill was gent to conference. A bill devised •by Attorney fJeneral...

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 — 24 January 1895

? g*S* • , :, .A, , youNa SAMS&N. JB»*»»not a boy of any size, his years tlwy man- ,...\"• •-.'..tier Ave.- -.-.- Yet to has strength far greater than the big- • •\" gest man allva • '•'.. ' ••:•.• ' •'•.•'. .B*opea his eyes at sUt o'clock, and lifts his little voice • -.•„ v^:.,. .••••-•.• ..Per sixty minutes straight in SOBOT, some o* 'emvery choice: ' 'And all the while he's Btandlsg on his curly • head as none Of *U the men rve ever met unaided could have dona Ee dresses inen and goes downstairs to wait till . breakfast time, •••'•' • ' . ' • • . ' » -And goes ihrooffli.calisthenics that great Sam- , son in his prime, , The - strongest man that, ever was,. I think would hesltato To try himself to do, desplto his muscles were so great In fact, 1 overheard this lad remarking gayly : once: - . • \"I wish old Samson 'd oome down here and play a game of stunts.\" ' Then through the day, whila I'm away, hU mother says that ho Is just the very center of a world of energy. Ha cl...

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 — 24 January 1895

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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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