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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 January 1895

Dr.PIERCE'S Golden Medical DISCOVERY Cares Ninety-eight per cent, ol ah cases of Consumption, in aU its Earlier Stages. Althoughfeymany believe d to b e incura- ble, there i s the evidenc e of hundreds of -livitig witnesse s to the fact that, in all its earlier stages, consumptio n i s a curabla ' disease. Nof^every case, but a large per', cenlage of f a s « , a n d / w e . believe,y i/i[y \"pi .percent, are cured b y Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, eve n after-(the disease Has progressed s o far as to induce repeated bleedings from the lungs, severe lingering • cough wit h copious' cxpectoratiotfXTnclud- in g tubercular matter\"), great 16'ss,of flesh and je'xtreme emaciation aii^kfoeakness. D o y o u doubt that hundf eds'bf suc h cases .reported to us as cured b y \" G o l d e n M e d - ical Discovery *' were genuin e cases o f that dread and fatal disease ? Y o u n e e d not take our word for it. T h e y have, in nearly every instance, bee n s o pronounce d b y the. best ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 January 1895

DSoTKOflNG I M P R O V E D ANGOR A G O A T S . tn JSome Sections of tho Country They. ' ') •' ..:•• ?: ',•v i:tp^Be'iyrcctive. ^I:^ ^:-:/-': \" ^ ' j ) \"The inosi trqliblcfsome eatteipal par- j fijsjte in Jrioiftlieruflocks no w .is the £slieep tielt Meioptogus oyinus. Like- \\ most of the parasites of slieep i t is. a n ) imp0rtatiotifrorri Europe, sijiouftti hav- i ing.lib'wiaEfsfit belongs to tho, faic jy i of flieW I t ma y b& ai&tiajjuished-frbm J the -trud'ticifB by ijbs, hayin g only six . .cbuw lie firtteeU Easily.: ' Hegs, W Kercas the tTneticks1javejig lit. The^arlies t a t t e m p t to rea r A n g o r a IV i»aS. a circular, flattened, . ^ t h c r y \" -goats la:th e United States were only ^ ^ »nse 2 me n to an d seuu-translu- ' partially successful because they were | c e 5l \" ' i •. ' * „ ihtroflnccd to localities where t h e - .The y reproauced b y mean s of eggs, climatic conditions, were not such as j wlncli contarn partially developed they require. They...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 January 1895

$$m—— STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1S95. isbcflk ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ o ^ I e r . ' - l j a 3 l : ' c ^ r i s t \" e n e « J h i s | j i | « § ^ i t e L t t e : : ' ' U n i b i , ~ . : :'.\"'.'\" .,..-. j | | B S | b v | s h u n t e r s h a v e p o s t p o n e d ifur- i l ^ r ^ p o r f i n tliat lin e u n t i l n e x t w i n t e r . | p | i ? v G r e i s e p t r e a t s ' o u r r e a d e r s t o ^& :S\"urprise\" i n hi s a d v e r t i s i n g s p a c e i n tim^'isStics''-••''•'' '-••: '.\"' ''' -N0T\"IM:: l ' h ' § j ? e s t e n d o f ttic ...bridge i s b e i n g r e p i a n k e d a i i d o t h e r n e c e s s a r y i m p r o v - m e n t S i b e i t i g made.•—•- , T h e S . B . B . C o . liav e c o m p l e t e d put- t i n g u p l i v e h u n d r e d c o r d s o f ic e fo r n e x t s u m m e r ' s use . \"S S l e i g h i n g p a r t i e s a r e i n o r d e r , a n d w i l l l?e al l t h e f a s h i o n f r o m n o w on-tin - til t h e e n d o f s l e i g h i n g . T H...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 January 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT * STURGEON BAY. WIS. JRO. J. PINNEY, - - Publisher. STUDENTS WERE SPIES. President-Inform s t h e S e n a t e Re - garding th e Delivery of Tw,o J a p s t o th e Chinese. Washington, D C . , .Tan. lS.^Tbe President today sent to the \"Senate the correspondence in the case. jj the two\" Japanese spies,. together with a letter from the secretary of state in which it, is stated that the American consuls had no authority •Â« protect Japanese in {'hiwa except so Ur .-» jising their good .^offices, when occasi r « demanded. It was \"clear- ly stated to Minister Denby by Minisjter of Foreign affairs Mutsu that during the Sapun rogress of war^ Chinese subjects in\" would be in the direct jurisdiction of Japanese courts and military author- ities, and that treaty provision's to the contrary were necessarily abrogated by the war situation. v - This, of coarse, carried with it. the statutes of Japanese subject* in China. The letter further states .that there is scarcely ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 January 1895

c o n t i n u e d . \" Y o u are a Soward, Mr! Pelham War- rington,\" slio'said, in a majestic ton^, h e r head ereot, her straight fi« ,dra,wn t o its full freight. \"All! ^ » w a r d , thu s to insult the -wifexfl your iK»pitahle entertainer hy- .'. V'JWlfo!\" sneered he, inte*\"ruptin her speech, and calmly taMngsuuff, \"wife! '•••:ttjroa We snch w h y does h e net intro- dflice you to his nobhyrrieiids, and place you a t the headof^his table, where the mistress of his^iouse ought.t o he, in- stead of immuring you in this obscure corner, out/of everybody's sight?\" \"IX I be such!\" u t t e r e d Gertrude, in greatjefror. \"If I be the wife of Basil DoyJBtree! Who is .there that can pre- sum e to doubt tlie fact? Surely not /you, Who witnessed the performance of oa r marrip^ro ceremony V\" \"yes, I!\" he answered boldly,'an3 at once. — — ' _ ' \"You!\" she shrieked out distractedly ^ n d i « t a g g * M « s 4 3 ^ i ^ f l ^ s ^ e r f - e l U n t Q r -yourselfj-tho door is loc...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 January 1895

$i,. DOOR COUNTY DEMOGftAT. entered at the poslofflce at Sturgeon hay, a* tecona class matter. \"••' PUBMSHEP WEEKLY BY J O H N J . PINNEY , .Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, SI.50 PER YHR. ' SPKCIAI. NOTICK.\" All persons addressing communtcattons to the DOOB- COUNTY DEMOCRAT,' WiU ple&SO address the publisher and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: Jso. J. PiNSEY. Publisher. . ,.- - .y* Sturgeon Bay. Wis. T H E governor's suggestion that special session may be called.,to gerry- mander the state, involves aviolatioiv. of the staU2 constitution. .'Bufc therif tfifc'gpyernor is not H lawyer, and howbut should he know, that the.state has.a constitution? . in this matter, but \"calls on the repub- lican caucus to confirm it by acclama- tion.\" Whereat the muscular indigna- tion of the Sentinel increases, and it \"ventures to express the-opinion, that if the legislature that meets on Wednesday acts in the spirit\" suggested, it will sim- ply disgrace itself and...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 January 1895

'•• IN Ttt&j^uNiptiifi i Mrs. Fred Berger is indisposed. -, Mrs. Conrad Grov'ogel is reported to be on the sick list. .\", Fred Hanson transacted business in .Sturgeon Bay on Wednesday. . • • . - ! John Sham po, son of Oliver Shampo,' is reported quite dangerously ill: '.'•''-, Cordw.oodis coming in at :\\ pretty lively rate in spite of the deep snow„ James Maples, of Sevastopol, will be eiriployed in sealing logs Youirigs here this winter. |i|flfc-foref pOrtunity for farmers in this vicinity to bank logs which would otherwise be 61 little value to them « v . TftE SACRED CODFISH- GARDNER. ••: • « • • . . . . : . • . . - • - . . . ' . Mr. R. H. McDonald is at preseui visiting with his pareivfthat Abnapee. Our blaefemrithT^rr\" Siieider, is kept pretty busy now. He keeps two hired hands and they are all kept hustling. . The roads are, la . poor erudition \"for for Walt, j hauling. -In some places' the ground j being bare while again in other places |i On another page of this iss...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 January 1895

I Inamamasi m r r f c r t k a i c t h e n u m b e r 1 ilitaile o f batter . Wisconsin's New Eseaitife M - dresses the L^yatBue OB .'.\"•.State Affairs. ss-•'••\"••'• -'•• -.••••\\ ....'• : T o t h e H o n o r a b l e tft* Ij^aSaOmxsTllt „ become s m y d u t y a t t&is tfine^, a a tfceI i » g * h»* salarr . executiv e o f th e state* t o befeffly B w a « r « * * * - \" - condition o f s t a t e affairs ontiiia sabmdt to y o u such r e c o m m e a d a t w o s a s H « B to s u e to b e called for. Y o u ar e assemble d againr w m C a a g a whic h ar e unique i n the- tesHasBj- « I tine fitate an d nation. T h e reettaSny 4 a s taas subjected to o n e o f t h e HKBJS: draasttraais i financial disturbance s e r e r tonwnn y e t ] suc h a r e the»f ccuperatrae qaaESBM aif tlbe', America n jfeonie t h a t firwa t o e «wry dept h of financial disaster tft*y a s in* hopeful a n d coiiragwtust. O u r o w n s t a t e ha s safiT*radl Best*. _ than- m a n y others. W e fcawe- m«jwsn...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 January 1895

1 HE'S A RICH MAN NOW. f»o r G e r m a n ' s L c c k y Disco-very- o f a Groa t IMieumatic C u r e . CMoago. Mr.y --—Sp*ciaL)—Les an one yef r .a^o Frank Schrage did possess a el lair iu the world out- _• of the siiiftil income derived from, anall dru r business, and only a few ars ago he was a poor German ini- slrr-ant without a horn?. Today Mr. Jirajre can be called a millionaire, 5 the result of a discovery in chemSs- rj lie uss made. A syndicate today fid him SluO.tiOO in cash for his dis- jrery and arranged to pay him $100.- 00 a year until he has received ?i.t)00,- flft in all.—Philadelphia Press. It is learned that the company re- S-red to is Swansoa Rheumatic Cure o.. of 1G7-10Q Dearborn street Clifl- ago. Write today. —Several sacrificial knives have been ^t-jvorod frou* the Mexican nyjraiaids. Vy are pieces of flint, fashioned' into. »_• si:aiie of a butcher knife. Market Gardeners Grow Rich! Th^reis lots of money'made in eartv egetables. Everybody admits that he very ea...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 January 1895

' / • • • a us land. (Sttourgt vourbe ba« jttei iflijrtge ftinb ciner .fierrfdjnft in , ©tarojo, SKupfanb, Don berrn I4jal)ri» ' geni ^JDienfJmobdjcn. 33ci ber 33crl)af» tutlg flcftanb ba« jugenblidje (gdjeufat, fdjon 16 al)n(id)e iViorbe Deriibf* p tjaben. ^eijn .Opfcr maren flfnber, bie ber Obhut ber gutter be« SRab'i djenS anrjertraut gcroefen. (Strifenber ©Dinttoftoftett erfreut »fid) gcgemudrtig bic 2tab 3)roI)obr/cj, ©allien. 3n gofgc mm SMffereujen jurifd)en'bem$naffentet)rer un» ben Sdjiilern ber bortigen fieben» ten ©Hnvnaficilflaffe bjeiben tieW$ S tercn fcit ctniger }ei ber Sdnile f^rh |o bafj bic Piaffe oorfHiififl ow|gct6|t wetben niuBte. Untcrfudjung if! eitige' • i^itct. ,. •::-....•''.\", '•.'': • v* T ^ A i v t ^ Jn ' . JR-o'$fragcn gcffjLJeif, -••.: nnirbe ber ASeanite £ora in Sieri. SSBftijrenb er opn cinem £aiupftratnroat)* . : Saflcn abfticg, bUeb er 'init bem £ra« flen[jfeine8 ^aceioefs ah bem £hiiruer« fd)l«|\"bc« Cogens- Ijhngcn unb nwrbe ...

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 — 26 January 1895

VOL. 3. i^pa&E^^ Circuit court week ufUir next:J Prof. Swan's children-afe^liy|jj.t|VJ -scarlet fever. '•l%MMd^viM A 'little' daughter of riatfeK^jtil^i^ •been v^ery ill t h e ' p a s t w e ^ l i ^ ^ ^ | ^ i | M Monday's rain storni turtpdj^iit&t^ regular old Jan uarysnbff stprm. ^- '| : i^| The M. R. B. O q . : ^ i l l f i l l | ^ ^ i r t i i | refrigerator with icefdttnug^tKfc^^in^ week. •.'..'.•,'.: • /MfriAW^AAz?^ ^ ^ f r f t t i - B ^ f e r 4 l & : - ? a r e p i t t i n g *3i§|:atr:iurnac# -iti .ft,£heir}':.stoi^^.ltiil43- ' §gf§pft^:c|j^g^^ M i S ^ i s S u & S i r f j ^ ^ - ^ Fritschler &'••Bojire^it^^t^^Wtipill down a number of y r t ^ p $ | ^ ^ 'Brussels..-.. lA0&$&A-^:^^WA?Mtr The work of^teipl^kiitg^tp ^ e f #ncr :»f• the bridge ' i ^ p ^ ^ ^ i r t g i ^ t a JaVbr-- able rate. ' '.'• •^'^Vnv^^ ®^'' ^ ?'^'?'- ' The stage Huesacross Green Bay have their road pjarked the eittire distance with evergreens^'% ^ £ : ? ? * . S H K ' V .-.•'•• = f...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 January 1895

DOOR COUNT? DEMOCRAT S T U R Q E O N BAY. W I S . JHO. i. PWNEY, - Publisher. BUSTY MLLERS MEET. A N e w an d Wider A s s o c i a t i o n la B e - ing Organize d &t ' Chicago . / C h i c a g o , HI., Jan. 22.—An important convention of mi!icrs was held at the •Great Northern hotel today. It was enlied by the officers of the National •Millers'.-.association for the purpose of reorganizing and interesting ai! the mill- ers of the country. President Loring of the National nssoeintion preside/! and Charles A. Pillslmry. chairman of the executive committee, addressed tlie meet- ing, saying that the association was will- ing to organize on any lines that would bring the entire trade in harmony. The convention then resolved itself into exe- cutive session to discuss, the weakness of the oid organization and suggest methods 'for the proposed new one. There were present -representatives from twenty dif- ferent association*. The principle feat- lire of'the new organization wji! be'tb'c ,,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 January 1895

C o n t i n u e d . ' '.-'Arriving, at length, at the end of ..the Jteuuv,-.Gertrude, whose eyes hadhe - .'•Â«oiwe-nccus»:)inc« to tiio light, espied a .Wijirtag vehicle, before which, Polham ( Warribirton paused. ^ •} :\\i4.*EnrarP' he said, courteously addresa- Injr hisVompnnion, and openiug the door of tire conveyance, into which she silently .stepped, the cteole following, just as luuteVs lwrseif. ' . - ,. -' , Warriugton \\losed the carriage door Avitli a bang, and the equipage started oft at a rapid rate whither, «3ertrurl& . •' neither knew nor-.carw'!.\"- 'v.-....:. ^ As the carriage rumbled omvx.'j,r'Ger5 trude, crouched in o^e corner of |lt was moodily urooding.Nwbilo her cbm- paniou, the Creole, in darkness wrapti was congratuL^ing himself u p o n t h e eeeniing success of his wicked plans. He had secured Gertrude he. had her wholly in his power, and Ii^r. utter r^iin he had decided on. He had said ^ that he would make her his honorable wife but words with Pelham W...

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 — 26 January 1895

600R COUNTY DEMOCRAT.newspapersi,nscatterethan Entered at the poslofflee at Hlnrgeon Hay, a» aeconu tlatt) matter, '-PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O H N xJ. P I N N E Y , Editor au Proprietor.\" SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICK. , r AH persons addressing communications lo the DOOtt COUNTY DEMOOHAT, Will please address the publisher and not the paper alone. 'Always address an follows: JNO. J. PINNKY, Publisher.*• Sturgeon Hay, Wis. «TtTRGEON BAY, WJsTjAlTasri^ '$0- :' \"• EDITORIAL. ' • . = makes the SpTristhe hurt bird KCdminotion. that '•M:Bi-''SAWYBa always did have a great head '.''•• 'on him for non-partisanship. W I ^ M A H I N E T T E is in her glory. $ho is :.- -.dot-only going to nave a grand new hotel, but is becoming quite a railroad • Renter. ' '•'h^'i A B E R L I N , Germany, chemist will ' inaiie bread of sawdust, good for horses . ^h d cattle, and hot altogether unlit for : human consumption. ^ EVEN the regions of deutral Africa * liave their ancient prehis...

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 — 26 January 1895

[[[,['[. IN TH& COUNTY. | ^ LITTLE STURGEON. ^ We have two blacksmith shops in this Sown and they both seem to get a fair -amount of work. I John Conard died last Saturday night and was buried in the old Catholic •church cemetery yesterday. Mr. C. was on of the tirst settlers in this town and Also one of our oldest men. if not the oldest, he being nearly 5)0 years of age. His wife is still living. Deceased is the father of Max. Entile, Auton. and Jos. 4Jonard, the last named died about two months ago. About a week ago the indications were that our fisheriueu would have first rate fishing this winter, but since then their fond hopes wcrfe considerably blasted, th e main catch seems to be lawyens and there is no market for them. Of the salable flsh,. trout, bluefin and herring seem to be the most numerous. White- fish are.very few and small. One man' with a rig of 20 new No. 60, two thread- ed nets, took qui less than 95.00 worth •of fish, and. others are are doing no [better, - ....

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 — 26 January 1895

llil l A Suspected Murderer, Led to Talk to a Man in Prfest- MMMMiMi^^^^Mii | S i | | | ^ ^ i B t t y V . ^ s 4 • ^ a k ^ , ^ ^ h e ^ Daz-' | | J | ^ ^ ^ i | ^ f e i 8 the talk o l \"the town today |c ^tt^|ibe | puWic has been worked up to ••^frt&fyij- excitement by'a prediction 'that • taie: true facts of the murder woiild be .,mad e known inside of forty-eight hours, m the strength of diimntriug admissions ' alleged to have been made by the pbison- •\"T~~et 1BJ' n own Who appeared in his cell 7 in the jrarb of a priest. .Dazkotvski's wife disappeared two -.. .... #eclt8 ago. The couple own a farm in ^ the town \"of Eaton, near here, and had ffeqtent (luiuTels. On that day he was fieen to beat her, and the next day he told a neighbor that she had loft him «nd gone to'Chit-ago to her father, who liked her very nmeh. The talk of his having done awjiy with her finally be- came so strong that it was thought best to take him into custody. Since then every means have been used to ge...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 January 1895

MICHIGAN'S BENEFACTOR. AN OFT REPEATED STORY OF £ TRUE PHILANTHROPY. K W i i a t C h a s . H . H o c k l e y H a s D o n e f o r ^ ft! \" W e s t e r n M i c h i g a n . ft:.CFr»m Grand liapids, Mich., Eceninc Press.) £j.vi? The m o s t b e a u t i f u l s p o t in all t h i s c i t y ^s'Ui: i n s e p a r a b l y a s s o c i a t e d w i t h t h e n a m e •%:(6l H a c k l e y . C h a s . H . H a c k l e y h a s b e e n '-'?•$$ t h e l u m b e r b u s i n e s s her e c o n t i n u o u s l y . a i n c e 1 8 5 6 , a n d iu t h n t t i m e h a s a m a s s e d •V ft f o r t u n e w h i c h g i v e s h i m a r a t i n g n m o n s :•• t h e w e a l t h y m e n of th e n a t i o n . B u t w i t h Wealt h t h e r e did no t c o m e t h a t t i g h t e n i n g ftftofthe p u r s e s t r i n g s w h i c h is g e n e r a l l y a \"marked c h a r a c t e r i s t i c o f w e a l t h y m e n . I t is n o w o n d e r , t h e n , t h a t th e n a m e o f ' C h a r l e s H . H a c k l e y is k n o w...

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 — 26 January 1895

SHE WAS OVER EIGHTEEN. THE '«EW VANDER3ILT HOUSE. And So two Groom, A?retl Scvcnty-flye, i An Ami'iftan Mansion Inspected and Ap- .'•' -Easily Got' a Llcenife. | proved by New York Society. Christmas morning County Clork Fes- j Society Win o::urniued the new dorno- fiierwasin hia office attending to curtain | line Vandcrbilt houso and pronoaucod imperative work when the iron dour, j it '•majjniijeont,\" \"superb,1' '•royal\"— whichwasslightlyajar.wasptillecrslow-j any adjective, in fact, that describes ly open, and a man, whoso hair was a:i j great size combined with good taste. White aa the driven snow, with a heard j Tup'reception the other afternoon was fully as frosty in appearance, caino into j perhaps the largest and most rtpre-fcnt BOOKB \"COLUMBUS' LABOR GOOD FRUIT.\" BORE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE DOOR COUNTY the room and walked np to tho counter. \"Say, you young man over there,\" began tho ancient gentleman, \"is thin 'ere tho place whar they giv' up o'tifi- cates fur tu git Ai...

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 — 2 February 1895

p iiiMSi^ IS^URGEON BAY, WIS , SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 2, 1895J itSM LOOfMi ••\"JjStV^Valentine's :lay, rthj|^^kipg|K jj^xt Thursday. ..'vV. i ^ ^ l l S f ^ ^ i l C'lgLittle.Earl'-. and .PeaW^i|t^a»i||^s| ^iill with the scarlet 'iev^:i^$f}i'i$$iBmi^ j^Otveen Bay is to hive':^^|bor^Biif^8|i ^messenger andintelHge^p&^ffiee.': ::\"|? ?^rf-^- : ' I H^Ward Vs|** S\"1V^ ^ ^ ^ ''S^S^ilfe* t$|i||$p|[^ ' an: |ME|p|^|np^^ f p||$§ftf^ . feh?|thtv^^ig S^levJ^ii ||gj$ti|i|^ £$^§1818181 *^ -, : .-'•theiilcep |ft|fl§P^ nj^^ ^$|(]S|Sip^a^nde^:JXfe*jvi31^)3% :^iiong l soon, |§|§|£3u $a:n^ : ^|&iif^praple ^^ §|yfe$J^t'pite^ ||||S ||^nday*s^wn ^waa |||n|^ i|^ ll^WLj'onlJE^^ .fyiiasi'r Ipl^^l^iiSiii Jp:p^^:lp t^%i&3cfei^ Ipt £f|i^£in i&^ • Oiiept 1 hei ^^^Miij^i^W!0^j0ei!i': agP&B^ti^^ ^S^h^ise last §at\\i^ay^S !^: SSL? Sf:': ^ Heat'lyailthe-fish ciiiight ^y- libon eoniii^'tisjiermeh are hatred to th « city and^hipj^to mai^et-byra^^^ i • ..AlltWstages to and froni(i:^6 city...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 February 1895

iDopR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JKO. J. PINNEY, - - Publisher. FAIE'S WILL STOLEN. T h e Millionaire's Las t T e s t a m e n t ^ w a s in t h e C u s t o d y of t h e P r o b a t e Clerk. -Sail Francisco, Cal., Jan. 29.—The will \\Of the lute James G. Fair was stolon from tlh^clerk's otfiee Home time yesterday aft- ernOon and there is not 1 he slightest clue to tbe^perpetrators of the crime. The dis- covery was made about half an hour be- jfore the usual time for closing the office. Some one had come in and asked for 'permission to see the document. A will filed for probate is a public document, and, like all paperKin civil actioun and probate proceedingH.is supposed to be ©pen for the inspoctionof anyone who is interested in tlie case and^desires to see The clerk who was asked torodnc the -J£»l went to the -pigeon holeSyhere it had been last placed. H e took thXbulky •envelope on which was inscribed, ^^Last will and testament of James G. Fahv\" and took it to the .desk,...

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