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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 December 1894

iWRi ' * y : £ & j ^ ^ # : ^ ^ 8 w # f ^ hornsin ?'MJ$j$ga^-^^ U«sI^I^«5hejte^^ ::0»^£Miff:MlAij li#: fa. /••'::'.-/ •: y ^V'rJ^w^Wh^ • rI*liMl®' \"She will be able to cany ovor w ^ i S j ^ ^ a t r o i v o T ^ ^ • ^ ,,-v : ,:•• .• r h a d i y damaged by fire at Cross Village, •,:: oMicb-, j in-, . 1803, is being rebuilt from hil^evap aad next stirmg Wilfc coine out ^pra^fally a hew craft The : bull is plonked and ceiled and the deck beams ^areib. Thejehgth of the Torrent is 153 • w^efeti beiuia. 29 feet 4 inches molded depth ./•'iV-SfeiE^^I^enghr e is beinj? rebuilt at :m^(^^muiTorrent WaS originally v y-:v^b*^vMcDo»ald.y '. .' ? - i ^ ^ ^ 1 Manager John fepdnkburst of tlio Globe Iron works company is figurhij -o»: »labs tortwo steel towbarges for the Cleveland Cliffs Iron company of Cleve- land One• of the barges is tb have a -capacity of'3000 tons and the other one v wulicarry^QOO ferns. The boats will car- ry sail and a contract for them may be le t itt a*mort time i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 December 1894

•!i!i /:•//////-.//yMeoh^iMMin^ier, x'/// ^ M ' , % - • 'BbBMSHEw : W E E K L Y - » r : ' \"•- '••••• •/////--v/edttoir am i Proprietor.•••.'. • : -' V Vy 'V ^-SP^CIAt: / ''-''.','.\" All persons (i4dfes«{ug communications to the DOOB GOUNTY DBMOCfiAT, wilt .please address the publisher and not the paper alone. Always address a« follows: '•'•'•••',. JNO. 3. PINKKY. Publisher. Sturgeon Hay. Wis. EDtTORinL. W H A T lists'become of the Nepokoitsky- HighfusileersY It ' is abou t lime they come -out of t heir holes t o lak e their annua l observations. J O H N W A N . N A M A K E U ha s refused a $30,000 salary a s a railroa d president. T i m e s ought, t o b e pretty good when a m a n o f ordinar y capacit y ca n ge t such a n offer, an d especially when lie can afford to refuse it. e a i a p a i g n opened, a n d giv e republican s ajvoppbtturiUy t o asa lime t h a i t h e vsltole\" m a t t e r \\ v & . g e t t ! e d , a t i d t g r e a t a e h i e v e m e u t b f t h c a d m i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 December 1894

114 THBCpUNTY. ^ ^ You can now begin to think about turning over a new leaf THAINING THE COLT. We have been inFOrmed that Henry J preparations (o build a saw mill in 4hc Kirehner, a former resident -of' Baileys jtown of • Brussers,.'n slmVt »Ustiuiee .e:i*J-[.' ,• -:•'••••-• •• • Harbor, but who moved to Frankfort j of Frank-Pierre's on the main sia» j ' - ' T h * P r o c « S R shontd B«ci with thw r.Ue Tenn.. about two years ago, and who liue road. Mr. Volck owns a whole « ^ot tho-Animal. • • * has «»» „ , f^. . . . . , l . : . . , . „ . . . . . _ ! _ . . . ,-., . : \" n s . a *u»° l t | borne weeks since a subscriber lost T . ^ u , l} • - .'•'•' - J*»«=*t \" S r e t U n , e d ' \" ^ p l a e e . hasj section of splendid hardwood timber J ifa Tf e b y ^ d ™ a wo^ear oid. F. I. PliEXGK, MANUFACTURER. OF TEMPERANCE DRINKS viv«P on the calendar for the near future. Your scribe has been rather long- ( winded for the past'cottple of weeks. ] At this writing it is snowing ,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 December 1894

\"Will of tfcetate Mrs. L.E Baker •::::-:-'':' :Eacine,':: '',-: HALF A MILLIdN IN BEQUESTS. The Bulk of the Estate Goes to the Four Children—State •••'V- Specials, Rnclne, Wis., Dee. 24.—Application w a s made in the ciriaiit..•court this morning by Clarence J.. Richards,, executor of ll»« -last will of Mrs. L, H . -Baker, for admission to file the will in. probate. In'.-the will she lieoueathes to her brother, Charles Carswell,.$10,000, to be held in trust by € . H . Lee during the lift of the brother. and upon his death $2o(H goes to his heirs, tin balance to revert to tho estate. Ton thousand dollars goes to Mrs. Mary Huor left and nl! her diamonds and jewels are loft to her daughter, Mrs. Mary Itieh- anls. T h e balance of the estate, which' is valued at $50,00» is to be equally di- vided between the three sous and daugh- ter. ,. • ' ' REORGANIZED THE COMPANY. Th o Montreal Mlno at. Hurley to bo Worked All Winter. Hurley, Win., Dee. 24.—A meeting of the stockholders of the M...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 December 1894

Ia Our Great Grandfather's Time, Ibigtnilky pills herein ' general use. vLike the ''blunderbuss\" of that decade they trere big and clum- sj% but ineffec- tive. In this cent- iry of enlight- ehinent, we,have Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel- lets, .'''which cure all liver, stomach an d bowel derange- ments in the most effective way. Assist Nature a little now and then, with a gentle, cleansing laxative, thereby removing of- fending Blatter from the stomach and bowels, toning up and invigorating the liver and quickening its tardy action, and you thereby remove the cause of a multitude of distressing diseases, such as headaches, indigestion, or dyspepsia, biliousness, pimples, blotches, eruptions, boils, constipation, piles, fistulas and maladies too numerous to mention. If people would pay more attention to properly regulating the action of their bowels,, they . would have less fre- quent occasion-to call for their doctor's services to subdue attacks of dangerous diseases. ,,? • That, of'al...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 December 1894

TWO GOOD EQUALIZERS. WluttUt 1W When Three or Four Hornet Are tr»cd Together. I send sketche s of, I think, th e best equalizers for three or -four horses. T h e three-horse equalizers came wit h m'fiulky-plow that I purchased th e four-horse I contrived myself. I us e t h e m o n a wapron b y slipping straddle s TnBEE-HO«pE EQUALIZER of the tongue, an d o n a plo w b y put- t i n g a clevis in place of the tongue. I have three holes i n th e inside en d o f the short ovenera 7'he hole nex t t o the center i s equal distance from th e center wit h th e hole in th e outside KOUII-JIOIISK EQUALIZE!!. end. With tho other t w o holes I ca n favor th e .leaders'ua I choose. Th o driver can see whether hi« lenders are doing their share of th e work or no t by watchin g th e short eveners. The y •are so satisfactory that I d o no t work VERTICAL VIEW. four horses t o a wago n withou t them. I have a different rig for one-gang plow. In th e three-horse equalizer, th e 'shorteveners are a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 January 1895

S & S VOU 2. ffiK|j§iljft$ 5*s &Miim. LOGfVL. Navigation ha s .b^nwJnn^iyS^pi&ed\" since last Saturday. V v \"^ '% ^rf -^ - The tardiness of snow is disco.uragihg to dealers in sleighs a n d ^ u t t e r s ^ •\" V\",\" --4 Several ne w business .buildings, are,' already talked of for next season There ha s been excellent skating everywhere on th e bay all the week. Parties wanting fresh lime will always find it on han d atiAjdaui Simon's kiln. Green Bay is fetwen completely over and will soon be strong epbugh toyallow teams to cross. / The Olympic Athletic Club ar£ con- templating giving a big dance on' Feb- ruary the22nd. . . . - Capt. Henry Stanley drdve on th e ice from Sherwood Ponit- lighthouse to tlie city on Thursday. \"^N v Our country subNcribersNyill always remember t h a t good d r y w o o d d s just a s good as cash t o apply on subscription... The Evergreen Nursery Go. have, this weekj made two.shipments of stock to France Another will \"be made shortly. . ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 January 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JHO. J. PINNEY, Publisher. SATOLLFS STATEMENT. The Secret Order Decree Is Binding and Must be Considered a s Final. Washington, D. C , Dec. 31.—Owing to misapprehensions caused by the publica- 5 ion of a statement that a decree concern- ing secret societies was not final and was submitted to bishops in order to secure their opinions thereon. Mgr, Satolli authorizes the Associated Press to make the following brief stateni'.i.t of facts to set at rest the .iiisanprehcnsii^is and \\pos- sible lnisrcpresi'iitaniJiS:\\' The archbishops of the United Slates buyxy - »'-•- *« « coiuiiiu£siation tram His Eminence Cardinal Monaco to Mgr, •wntolli, the action.of the general congfe- ? congregation, after considering Care- fully the matter, made a decree. This decree His Holiness fully confirmed and jrave it complete effect. The decree is, /Iflefefore, transmitted to nlljb^ekbishopii, •bishops and other ordinaries of the United States, by them to be ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 January 1895

• •_ cohcimieJ.' \"Prepar e \"yourself, my dear -Ge.*- t n ^ e \" he returned, in hypocritical tonife^\"prepare yourself/to.Jieir some- thlngp&lnfuir ' \"Has anything happened to my grand- faihf'rvBasilT' she cried, in terror. Sir Basil wound Ids arms about the . ca^er ^ufstioner, arid draw bar close : to his breagt. \"Life is never certain,\" be snhL or reihci gasped. \"iAte is never certain!\" echoed she, starting from him in blank biwilde-- ment. \"What mean you by ihose words? Is he—my niove than father—• : dead?' \"He Is, my poor darling,\" Sir'Basil rejohied, with a quiver in his voice. \"Dead! Mercftil heavens, say not so!\" exclaimed Gertifude, n strange giddiness seiziugpuher braiu, and staggering to a chair, '•! have not heard aright, Basil!\" she Trent ou. \"A few short hours ago I left him alive he cannot surely be dead! . There is some mistake 1 —some dreadful mistake, Basil!\". » He shook his head, and she continued: \"Did he messenger you dispatched ,-' last nigh...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 January 1895

DOOR GOUIWy DEMOGRftT.! Entered at the pout office at-Sturgeon Hay, as \\ eeconu cfann matter. j PUBLISH KD WEEKLY BV I J O H N J.\"..PINNEY, Kdlfcor iiiitl Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 PER YEAR. | SPECIAL XOTICIi. All persons, addressing communications to the OOOK COUNTY DEMOCKAT, will pleuse address tiie publisher and not the paper alone Always address as iOIIOWH : JNO. J. I'INSEY. PubliMher. Sturgeon U,ay, Win. % [ jj r \\ M E D» TO»Rlf\\L '• [:[[ [|I^M[»U:'pnrts of the lumber woods ^tcbitie ![[reporfe'.-: of the\" loggiug fcamps v[[br^W^ i i]i v »Hti [moving out for wuht y: irf|no^^t$ji0ogs are ciit, [aridon high ',' .''^fSpiui.iiij§ -skUiidLecli'atfcl-:a li| i^e»dy'wpuld ' • [i \" ^jiwiSii\"-^?h recent/coUl weather Nvill ' •••• set ihjiMpf ion the loggers who Use icburden. e i^roads^ Utit those not prepared for this : : wjityyf Uqirijj . jit will ..still. have to wait/ ^GovkiiNOit PkCK being desirous of settling up all accounts of his term of office, and leaving ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 January 1895

/ IN THBOOUNTY. JACKSONPORT. Don't forget to write it 1895.' The public schools, of this town, will, re-open again ou Monday morning. A quite valuable horse belonging t o Anton Londb, Sr., died Sunday nijjht. Times are hard,-.. but everlastingly croakiag about .it won't remedy :?hem • any. ••' . . ••'.''.• -, jV-- --'-:y^«.v'' Henry Sargeant went jla Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday, rettirniug the saure day/'\\-V . / , '••• :'': /'CVA\"K'-'• ^: .: thekag e frohi thei-sout iloes not ge t hereitintil jbiig after iipon. - ..^: • •\"• ^l^ing^hHS.been th e chief aiiuuse- jineW^tf th& youngpeopjeiyer siuce the : \" V:jc|i^ift:^a\"weather.-setlii. .'••''• •-._•\". -' ' J ^ r i n e r s are anxiously waiting for viihi?:cjP|&i^g\\pf^sleiBhiiig, so that they • ^an \"begin barittng their forest pro- |hv J^v^ liave beeu unable,,to ascertain j^fip h ef the taxes in tfilVtp'wiiship will ifbehlgher orlower this year, than they v^re'^s't^year. - '' -,-..• • _ _ -.,.,.' • B ^Wejhaye been informed th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 January 1895

Jour Fires Break Out in liPMWW»BMQ)'l ^shkosli.: Wis,, pec. 31 —Hie city 6f Oshkoshbad a, harrow escape from a dis-' iastroiw conflaffcatiwi this' morning, and 'It was ouly through the excellent work of the firemen that many resident* will : be iu a position to enjoy New Year's day Instead of bemoaning the loss of their homes. Four tiro«, with a total loss of about .$30.X)0 1H the record here during the past fourteen bourn. The Seymour house in entirely KUfted, - the straw .bot- tling works of Louis Schneider destroyed, Chorion Uadford's large barn burned and the dry-kilns of the Oshkdnh Furniture company.'badly, damaged. The first, of the series of blazes started early last evening at Mr. Schneider's Btraw -bottling works. It is not known how the (ire originated. When the fire department arrived on the. scene the whole plaee was one mass of .flames. It burned so fiercely that the firemen, were obliged, At times,'to.•retreat from the flames. It' was, nearly IJ o'clock this morning...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 January 1895

PHYSICAL STRENGTH, cheerful s p i r i t s ' a M ' t l i e abilit y t o f u l l y . eUjoy life, c o m e o n l y w i t h a h e a l t h y • — \" b o d y a n d m i n d . T h e y o u n g m a n w h o suffers from* nerv- o u s debility , impaire d m e m - ory, l o w spirits, irrita- b l e temper , a n d t h e t h o u s a n d a n d o n e de - r a n g e m e n t s o f m i n d a n d body ' that result from, tin-. GREAT WALL OF CHEvA. I m m e n s e S t o n e F e n c e E r e c t e d B e - t w e e n C h i n a a n d ,. M o n g o l i a * L o n g a g o M o n g o l i a w a s n o t a port o f t i e Chinese Empire , a s i t i s today , an d the H i u n g n u ancestors o f th e Mongolian s were China's m o s t terrible enemy , S o natural, p e m i e i . t i l s great wal{ w a s . stretched a l o n r th e \" \" s h a b i usua!« ' ' \" - Contracted, i n . o r d e r t 0 keepp ouit t formidable invaderss thereb y incapac - itate d t o thor- o u g h l y e n j o y life. H e feels tired, spiritless, l a n d d...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 January 1895

AN AMERICAN CUSTOM. W o W a n t t h e Correct T i m e an d E n d e a v o r t o « e t It. If yon walk along' the street and take notice as yon g-o alonp, you will see men stopping to compare their wettches with the chronometers in the jewelers' windows, said a watchmaker to a Phila- delphi a Call man. And if you have PATRIOTIC NEW ENGLANDERS. T h e firs t l'erfton W h o Fell In t h e W a r of •''• th o Revolution. Hezekiah Buttcrvvorth, in \"The Pa- triotic Schoolmaster,\" says the first person to fall in the war of the revolu- tion was not Crispus Attucks, but a boy. If Attucks, who fell by an acci- dental encounter, merits a monument IBOOKS FREE traveled abroad, I venture to say you i as the first who fell for liberty, so does ! never saw a foreigner so comparing the time of his watch. The fact is this is a custom peculiarly American. We place more value on time here—our minutes are precious— we are, so busy, so eager in the race for wealth—time is indeed, money with us. A friend ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 January 1895

rnQMsM STURGEON BAY, W I ! ^ SitTTEIlAY, ^ANl ARY 12, 1895. NO, 51. : OiirTOJereMnls are getting tIffiVreulor part of itlieirgooTls by- rail thte'wltiter. :j: l^ie) Aiin Arlior boats have :qitit vtiiF- ., ning^tfil Mdnoroinee for a few months. :• :,U]5Vt! lat the CoHgrc/giitionat society 7jj^ve iio^secumi'a]jaririatieiit pastor. ' J. The ijriilge .is tw\\v free, the toll col-- lector 'haying been laid joII until spring. . John Graef ,has got his hay-scales in running, order aiid'i s in readiness for , customei^. . Tlie~_tTemaud for wood seems much lighter a t present than is u.- t:a} at this season of the year. ~ Team s are now .safely crossing t h e k f opposite the city. --• The U. S. Express- oilk-e is now locat- ed at the railroad depot,.-: '•'. .-.\"'fa \" ~ \" ~ P&RSONflL. * « • Jfo't many people from this city attend- ed the -inaugural ceremonies at Madison the fore part of the week, Amorigthe list of Wisconsin..men re- ceiving now-pensions we notice flic name Mjf Jerome...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 January 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JlfO. J. PINNEY, Publisher BftEBS GOING DOWN? Dange r ln %nnsylvan| a Though t t o b e Past , but Flood s Continu e fn Ohio. \" v.-- •\" Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 8.—At 9 a'clock- this morning tho stage of the water In the Monongahela at this point was '£ Jleet 9 inches aM stationary. The river is falling above and it is thought the highest sta- tion hits been* reached. Unless-there is more rain the rivers are expected.to full uud the rivermen will begin to take ad- vantage of the boating -water to get coal to- Southern ports. The damage -done by the flood has not been nearly as severe as was expected. All the iron mills along the banks of the Allegheny and the. Mo- lionghcjn are under water and closed down until the flood recedes. None of the rail- roads are blocked altiulhgh thr, tmcks of ' the Pittsburg & \"Western' are under water at Allegheny. While the total damage will aggregate a large amount, yet it will not approach the loss in the f...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 January 1895

\" Continued. ^ \"You sec - dearest,, you are a stranger, quite, to.the rules of fashionable socie ty, and, consequently, have much to acquire in that respect.\" \"Truel'i.sighed she. And then ensued a pause of a somewhat lengthy dura- tion. ' \"Perhaps, Gertrude, you will under- stand me when I tell you that I •do not wish you to be seen by my friends during their stay at .Eagle Tower.\" She looked at him in wonderment, unable to gather the full nieaniug of his words. * \"Are yon ashamed of your wife. Sir Basil.Dovotroe'.\" she • inquired, in -reproachful syllables^ her eyes fixed searehhigly on his face. \"Ashamed!\" he echoed, in evident confusion and averting his head to avoid Her steadfast gaze. \"Good heav- ens, why should you think of \"such a tiling?\" \"Because your present behavior to- wards me induces mi?' te do so,\" she returned, with something like severity in her tones. \"i'est:\" h\" exclaimed, impatiently. \"Am I to be schooled according to your primitive and .absur...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 January 1895

DOOR DEMOGRftt Entered'at IM poahoMce at Sturgeon- Jic%as •'•: . - •\\\\:'-/,.i ieconu 'elan matter. . 1-UfcLlSHED WEKKXY BIT •JOHN J. PtNNElY, • v Kilitoi- and, J'roprU-tor. 8UB9PHIPTI0N BHICE, $1.50 PEH'YeAR. the tro^ite^as ' ^^^eU:H6»r^iipf (}ir siigrir slipplyi tilat\"itwill doubtless sur- prise our readersi asit did ourseJv«s, to leiirn that the lieet. sugar prodileit of ebnti»ent'al£utopi! cxceijds in quantity the cane snga y prod«tct:- of? ifi'e w hole world. Acareful estimate Of ihe.siigar product of tije world, for 1803, gHes a and of this ag- from« STtIli(iEON ]UY, WIS-. .IAX.12,1895 ^J'KCrAl, XOTICK. • ' v Ali'pirBbns aadn&sihg communleattojiH to tbe :DOOU COIf.SXY 1)KI0CKA will 1'WilKC] i, . • • . „ M , ,„„, , •• address tHo*uWl»lierawUiotttio*pai.! r atom . I l m ' 1 1 ( , r w.*\"'0.»W ons. Always iMl(irei«ii follow•Â«:. • i gretnae 3.000.000 tons w a s m a d e JNO. J. \"Pl.NTW. fu)!ish«r. 7 --.P „„ . ..'.-, . ,. Sturgeon uay. Wls.-j beets. I Ins industry ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 January 1895

EACH WORE COURT PLASTEf Dno.VVN'ED TO SAVE LIFE. And So th e Vonth CocliJa't Trll Which C*Jt I.uJVba,rr ISem^rkifble Ai-rbunt of : Girt Came .Into l$i» Honm. , er:atn Suvase\" Custom*. T h e youn g ma n wh o thinks h e is g o Speaking of drowning.' s.ald. m y old i n g t o eonie ou t ahead' in an y joke iii frieSd,• CnpU.Ebericzer LuiThard: I ^ S S & T ^ tiieh take-up lAvMr. '/ ! :: ® Sfe ' -'i.j uv:'.ivv.^.,- :!. bv Hawthorn. Mr. Ouinkoehlisr s P ^ k | - d j ^ s | ^ deserve* much j-mlitjor the, i5«r^ d»d: d : vdd.•,-.• ,: . ' -' • d/ dv • • fable mhniiea^ie conducted tiie branch. i i |E|r fs^iiiar Pjffv^Vte'. r ....^ .„. , S S i t i i & i S a f a r tlite week.\" \" ' ' '\"\"'-X 1 U ' S ' ' ^ r a u » ' T ! i l 1 ' was.very ably Wmdu'eteu : ^ v s th e l: diar.apo,lis Seutiml . •' I'Sse ^ ' : i S'r.o-iih'that drowus'tlKirselw s ^%P^i&: d,*-'••: ,', : ' V,-, '.\"'\" , - tiy Mws M. I L McQmiUL Th e -meeting eTetiiae U O ar midnight one o i t h e girls, re-Tar. H titles ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 January 1895

Prisoner at Eau Claire Claims an Effort Jfas M|de ^q l ^ e B v: I UNITED IN .DEATH. Mrs. 'Bnehrley D i e * o f Jffer I n j u r i e s at Por t Waithlngton. P o r t W a s h i n g t o n , W i s . , J a n . 5.—Aftc i t w o d a y s o f intens e suffering, Mrs . Au - gus t Biiohrley, w h o wns.J»urncd while PICKIN SAYS HE,WAS STARVED tateryieiw ^j^Qne of ^thft Principals , |ii : ^tfie: Brig jgs Hypnotism • Vr-:' • Case-^Specials.,: E a u C l a i r o r W i s . , .Tan. 8 . ^ A s i g a I Plek- lu, .wh o has- been in -jail since N o v e m - ber 2 & declares itt tin intervie w t h a t nn - til-thtt'.'neW- sheriff c a m e in yesterda y ho\" (Pickin) ha s no t ha d on e square m e a l ( h a t j h e h a s : b e e n allowed t o .see n o vis- itors except Mabel Brigg s an d could no t get hold o f a newspaper. H e ' n d d e d : \" T h e y -would let Mabel B r i g g s i n here tots o f times. Sh e c a m e into m y cell mice a t 1 0 o'clock a t night an d tried t«v , i rJk .i • . .. •„! . - • -...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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