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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 February 1895

':'\".! .,•• • • - C o n t l n n e i l . . *Vv?*TWs is no time for me, to reflect: npon wlit^lior I have bndieh Miih with giypu v.6r. otherwise,\" she r^ttirneflcM^ay Svci&6 made firm byJbeF fears.5 #fc aid S'fc$re::tb/:8aYe.'6ne:::whDh^^^ ss-wili:do so a t the Tisk?of,$uy/Maylife yjSgFodliish /-girl - V h^ e r i l & ^ y r ^ ^ ::quickened '^{x&efegsi\"^irrund! $bli£^u Sit Basil fi^i^ li$ten lo ^on^w^j^ter'yduthare . I• t&u|f! shatnelessly beiiav«d yourself! You•,-,.furiously £:liave forfeited all claims to be heard •dbj^hiiri von any subject.i* But I will' V b^a^vehged on you fox Ms!—oh, I will. ?$iJLf&$XL': rimple and terrible V revenge!\"I i^Say4ng! which, the creole approached s^^gbut a flashing blade in Gertrude's a|fi|iiifted hand checked his steps, and jcifairIcvtinie fixed .him in astonishment Â¥*:isl^o^inie'^pass, you unbite^rrapted ' ::^-arm S^iyghlobdAbpyours may probablyv sbAin:: K^hef&dbrl\" ••.Gertrude: sidd^hfer* raisedV f,3»iwiaaiKisping:: ...

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 — 2 February 1895

DOOR GOUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the ppsloMct at (Sturgeon Bay, a» eeeona class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O H N J . P I N N R Y , Kdltor an Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 PER YEAR. T H E St. Louis Globe-Democrat says! capacity to benefit either the laborer or thosewhxfindprofitinskippingitabroad, that after the 4th of March there will the farmer and ithasbrought hardship, or whose fears iuduce them to hoard it not be so much of democratic rule. It means that reforms not effected during the present congress will haye to wait the lapse of two J'ears of dreary inac- tivity. 2fo one expects the heavens to fall, and no expects the next congress to SPECIAL NOTICE. I ? ° ***** ™Ml l h ° W ° ^ °,f «*»\" ? All persons addressing communications, to Vs Pledged to go back, but can't. It the Boon COUNTY IEMOCBAT will please should organize so it c:ui draw pay then address the publi8lierund not the paper alone. |^ „„.„,. „ ,„„-o- „„„,„,- • ~~ , • Always address »B follows: «...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 February 1895

IN THE^OOUNTY. ' JACKSONPOBT. ^ Mrs. Anton Londo, Jr., is indisposed. - Cprdwood is coming }T\\ at a lively £ «- • .There are several cases of scarletfever v iv among the, children of this to^nKSSr ' ^-'••^ K t t , e ^° v '. ag«l^:fo»r ^pariipf\"iMri: !/v*ud Mrs,:Joshua Sniith^^-o|t :tcia^ |5|.^ia^..:''•- . ••••-,''•'•'.• :'-V^:i^wSis'Sit|l^ fjS -^ Louis Mbwry ^ f S t u r g e b u ^ B ^ p i ^ K, :i^dlo«rn, here rbcbntlyj '5 W^fixjfcgiinfc i /tiplb, Jjouie* ^: '/ : •.^i^i-M^mQ^ SAv? iOttr -genial -p)stm^ter^^s^l]tei : ?| |.M^,.,.wa^u^Stu^ 4//ypartorthe week. :^/ /' Fartners''and woodsm^invtJvi&Jtpwn^ | ( ' ^are doing quite alueriiilt^hMin^'tjhis ivi^ -'Winter iu getting out Ujffl^Â¥&$4W?:% T \" J. C. Dana, of Sturg^M B^v\" k\"3' g- . : V?alt : .Ypun §|^: tpwn the fore , part: Of:-i^-w^kSfl':/^:h . ^0Q^0hynotorganized debaii^l^pciety ||^te ?.^- Xt! wouldUybn tJUln^svu^ia^ittle, feg|-|!liiftk. it b ver,?gen ileinehi'and'ictaccor^ ?§|f|§jMr£^ ||^|^Ui^Hi:fprwirie.0irie n...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 February 1895

IHAY DROP TH| CAS^3 THE LEGISI/ATUBE. Iteport. at £au Claire that Dr. Pibkin and His Son Will be Released. - . # • ' Mmmic FAKE HAS DIED OUT M ?3\\S£*!*\"»)* Wis i J a n . 28.—It is un- fl«ptobd hei* that the cases against Dr . •Pi?lrin (fiw is accused of hypnotiz- ing'Mabe l Briggs, will be dropped, al- though th e cases against Asigal Pickin ma y be ' continued. District Attorney :.* a i r wa s seen in regard to th e report and said: ..-. \" I have riot yet had a n opportunity to investigate the case. Since 1 came into th e oflicfc of the district-attorney I - h a v e made three o r four appointments for a -.•consultation with Briggs, bu t they have uottjeen itb e to keep them. Some bod v _*a» 4 been sick o r something else, ha s pre- vented i t so that 1 nm not in a position tojstate wha t will be done with the case.\" Ifus wa s all Mr. F a i r cared to snv, bu t ta e general belief is tha t there is a possi- IMity tha t the ease will not be prose- : v i ' n ^ ' ? 8 1 Piekm ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 February 1895

GOLDE N MEDICAL DISCOVERY Many years ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel sad Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., com- pounded this medicine of vegetable ingredi- ents which had an especial effect upon the stomach and liver, rousing the organs to healthful activity as well as purifying and enriching the blood. By sticli means the stomach and the nerves are supplied with : jpire blood they will not do duty without it any more than a locomotive can run-with- out coal. Yon can not fjjet a lasting cure of Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, by taking arti- ficially digested foods or pepsin—the stom- ach must do its own work in its own way. Do not put your nerves to sleep with so- called celery mixtures, it is better to go to the seat of the difficulty and feed the nerve cells on the food they require. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness and Nervous Af- fections, such as sleeplessness and weak, nervous feelings are completely curccf~\\y the '' Discovery.\" It pu...

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 — 2 February 1895

AS WE SEE THINGS, SAVED HER SLIPPERS. INFLUENCE O F THE INNER LIFE ON THE EXTERNAL WORLD. Bow an Individual or a Scene May Have .__•• Entirely Different Appearance to Two Periion*—Happiness ami Sorrow Blade by Oaraelvea. Thcrohavo been philosophers who de- elared that the earth on which wo stand j and tho stars on which wo gaze have no real existence, but aro merely tho out- comes of our inner selves. Perhaps the best annwer to this is that tho mind it- self, at leasi that of most people, refuses to receive the idea. Tho differenco be- tween the mo and the not mo is too abarn'T defined in tho inner conscious- ne...- t.t permit Bishop Berkeley's notion from t.'.'iing root within ns. Yet'v/e etanot afford to overlook tho , germ of trntli.which this idea contains. Though not literally tho creation of oar thought, tho outer world is to each one of as largely that which wb make it. /HatnTO herself, ia all her varied scenes, whatever aho may to in reality, shows herself to ns in the light...

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 — 9 February 1895

nm^qiwiijg i^UR^EC^JBAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 9, 1£95. N0^3, fp^Cireul^^ vll^Mrtydegrees M ow '^o lti3exposEili situatlona lastTuesday morning, whew! |i?^jfe'iboiler makers'.: are l phttihg •'heyr' Si^egs'' on the boiler of the tug John |v|ektiiein. ^' '__^________2^ '• •# -n.^-r? .^\\ fe( ^!fiiot a great while now, before'/ipaiadt-- 'dates for city, offices will be springing iig from all quarters. • ••'.• ~- $4:K£§ZI ^Ji^nM^orejoiiJare. retn^e^jof^e Olympic ball at the Opera House on the /evening of Feb.:2iaA:....yy^yyyyyy'f : Tellif Haines is hauUug large ^nat^ titles of hay to the markets at the mouth of the Menominee River The barge Pewaukee:will receiveien- .:. •, tire new deck planking before going\" V into commission next spring.' Weather permitUng,there wilt be5ft Sslelgh tide p&rjky to Aaron Moultbn's, fifiin'Jtbietown of Nasewaupeethis eyetiingi: ff||||io^eyBrosV.are^'uo'w drilling'-wensvin' tSe^cini^y : x)f Little $tuj^66n. Mbey ^^'a^eral^jobs. .^6n hand ^here...

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 — 9 February 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT S T U R G E O N BAY, W I 8 . JHO. J. PHINEY, - - Publisher. BUM1D TO DEATH. T w o P e r s o n s L o s e Thei r Live s In a . Fire a t P l t t s b u r g - A Flre - :, - • -.-•rrifan Injured. Pittsbur-r, Pa. , Fob. 5.~Tw o portions •were burned to death and another prob- ably fatally injured in a fire on Second avenue shortly after midnight: Fred- erick Miller, aged 40, was one of the per- sons burned and his 0-yeur-old son wa s the other. ' Miller kept a small store at 22GS Sec- ond avenue and lived in the rear of the store. About midnight a fire started in the kitchen of the house and in a few intimites wa s burning fiercely. 4 .MilIer, [his wife and two children and a hired j intin ran to the front part of the house to isave themselves. On the way Mrs. Miller jJost the little boy and her, husband re- }turned to find him. 1 Mrs. Miller and the children were saved by jumping into the blankets held by people in the street. .The man ranmilled down the- stairway. Af...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 February 1895

liiUBiU^S'NIlEVES. WB : WOMAN TO^WHOM IlifilpteE'AVASTORTURE. :'\"^ : f ^ ^ i i n i t i d b y th e I«east Bxcltemeh t 'iM r^Pli.y«\"cians Baffled b y H e r Cafe, §§ IFroni the Gate City, Keokuk, Jotea.)' Mrs. Helen Meyers, whose home is at THE LEGISLATIVE. The Senate. Madison, Wis., Jan. 31.—Dr. Butler's fer- vent prayer that the legislators might be given wisdom to enact laws which will benefit the whole people made an impression on the senators. Mr. Hurke presented a memorial from the enmity board of Hodge county relative to tramps, and a petition Irom 123 citizens of Juneau favoring • tho bill appropriating $1400 to the State Fire- men s association. The appointment of Or J. A. Scott of Beaver Dam as state veter- sss-saare a SsjsSiia r S S ' s a s i s feered, was at on time afflicted with oervous mahidy which at times drove her -jeariy to distraction. \"Those terrible headaches are a thing of the past,\" she *aid the other day to a Gate City repre- sentative,-\"and there is q...

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 — 9 February 1895

:Â¥m DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, MMrrtd at tht pottoflce at Sturgeon Hay. a* tecona clan* matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOHN J. PINNEY, ••'••. :':/ Kdltor nntl l'roirlctor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICK. i • All persons addressing communications to the DooH COUNTY DBMOCKAT, will please •ddrcHNtho publisher ami not the paper ulonc. « Always midribs us follows: Sv ' J»o. J. PINNKV, Publisher. kt'-iU:: Sturgeon Hay, Wis. S||g|^j :EpiTORlf\\L... . y-j ' :.'g- :|||SEa^SENATOK SAw.ysit, says he lij not f^tdecided whothor or not lis vrijr, bo p*candidate for the U S . Senate. lie | wapiti? two years ahead yet It the ||i^pabUcans have a majority:-Jn: the leg- IfMaj^^pi^g^iliejnay 'yi^jt candidattv S^h^pre86^?8^on:? of -^j^I^tsUitnre. Uea^i^j^bt minnqWs for bait but strict' i K^pt0hibit^d fishing with a hook and •rf. :^ $t^ift nil the lying and ruling i^ :f^abo«t the neVtaHff rninin^onf i|^W!^:Ma^t 5for hay '•.&*)£ by acOr t ^|^i|^^ii0 iCJSnatditui jirotUicite. tW fact |t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 February 1895

' ff ff JN TH& GOU^TY. MM JACKSONPORT . } Thursc&y of next week, Feb. J i , i s •• iSt. Valentine's day. v ^ h ^ ! £ £ v S / ' Leist & Stephan are doin g i^?j|relty: lively business at their mill.yy.::%? 3^ycy Rev. Joseph Jameson lield^retij|loii& {service s in Sturgeon Baylas t S^ji^a^r f ? W e have be^r havinggChuirie winter S breather here during the p a s t coii jpfeof y : yweoksv ' •\"'... • i - X ^ ^ H ^ - ^ i ^ ^ ^ U g i o u s serviced g - j t f i c h a e r s Catholic church last Friday ' : y j M t t r n t i ^ -:-4-v f? !?:& y ^ ^ v ^ a r l e | 5 f e V e r . y y • } ] r • ^ iSleigij| n g is excellent Consequently ^arge quantities of forest products are \\ v::ybSing hauled. - '^:_y ' '*V~:'-y '\"•'•'. •y\\:|yy:Ay inch o r tw o of- W o % fell-during : : jSaturclay night. There isftowaboii t 18 i\" inches of snow o n a level. '•.• yi /a Both ofour Macksniiths are kept pretty V Ijusy:nowadays attending t o the wauts ^ iofftheir respective patrons. i \" • Wal...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 February 1895

|^i!^fife ^i^ . -' CHAPTER-I.- ! T h e Prelud e to t h e Play . The two men left the house -where . t h e y hafl hoen spending the e\\teniug, and walked away together in the moon- light The younger laughed as he paus- e to light a cigar. \"What funny peo- ple,*' he said. \"Did you ever meet any- body quite like them before?\" \"I don't think I ever did,'.' replied the other. \"But they are none the worse for that, t suppose.\" \"Oh of-course not they are a good deal better, iu tact. I like fanny peo- ple. That's why I go there, you know, because the musical part of the busi- ness is.just a tiny wee bit over my head. I i wonder why you go there, 'EVCTartI?•, • ' • ' • • • ' . • • • It was t5 be inferred from Mr. Fol- lawcs's' manner that this was only a way of speaking, and that he was not really In any douM as to tlie nature of the attraction which drew his friend to Bayswutor. As his remark failed to provokt* a response he went on present- ly \"I should never have supposed that » ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 February 1895

l.OOO Bn/iPotatoes Per Acre. Wonderful yields in potatoes, oats, corn, farm and vegetable seeds. Cut this out and send 5c postage to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis^, for their grea£ seed book and sample of Giant Sparry. CNU —The small bone at the root of the tongue is placed there for the purpose of giving stability to that member. ON THE ROAD to recovery, the 'youn g woma n who is taking Doctor Pierce's Favorite Pre- scription. In. maidenhood, wo- manhood, , •wife- hood. and1 moth- erhood the \". Pre- scription \" is * a supporting tonic. a n d n e r v i n e ' that's peculiarly . adapted to- her needs, regulating:, strengthening and. cur- ing the derangements of the sex. Why is it BO many -women owe their beauty ,to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription? ' Because beauty of form and face radiate from the common center—health. The best bodily condition results from good food, fresh air and exercise coupled with the judicious use of the \"Prescription.\" Jf there be headac...

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 — 9 February 1895

^mi& unft CanbnurtQfdjaft Wtttttttki) » ©aace., Wlan lOljrt ein &ifl gruei frifdje rotje Cibottcr wit (Sffig, £*i, 3udcr, $feffer cine gutc SBetfe unb mtfdjt bann ben fein aeriebenen SDteerrettig Ijinju. \"Sic .©once rotrb ljauptfdcfe(id jit gifdjen gegeben. Unfaubere (5ter, bie gumbeiben Sodden befttnurit finb, lafJen fid) teidjt reinigen, tnbem man einen feud (en toppen in 2a( taua^t unb fie bamit obreibt. £a& 3erfprin,gen t 6«w beim Sodjen oertjiitet man burdj bot« ertge Uebergie§en tnit hjarmem ffiaf• fer ber Semperaturunterfdjieb toirb fnetjr ouSgeglidjen. \" (gin Dorjiiglidjed Cinbe* rungflmittel gegen ^«ifer feit unb $uften ift ba«©elee Don WjBoraen OoljannJSbeeren. £Man lojt e3 mit etrua« ©offer ouT unb ninvmt pfter einen Mffel noil ba&on, $He f^»^rj« ^oljannlflbeere fotlte in fei- *em ©auje feWert. ?i e braudjt einen. fon.nigcn (gtanbort. 'Hb'ei'bene Siidjer JU nafd)e« $als unb lafdjentildjer wflfdjt man in gefodjtcm unb abgefuljltem €feife...

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 — 16 February 1895

•^S^^^MMM 1|||^E(M::BAÂ¥, WIS.^ SAT^^ LOCAL. |||||£$||^^ p|p^&iuii£i$ in a floninshingcohditipri. ||^^^^:^e 5 0}ymi)ic. Athletic ^lub '• \" ' S|lj||iEij&^ has g^^pblii^ditUfegyin nasiumy puttit of M. S^^^gi):£ v-ffii:o', '••'. •4444-44--44 ':••' - • •* ' i5|»^piej^»^il^ of the- publi«%hbo)^ i ri the •|?|f£i|| ^lXS Friday, ||§|€^§|i i»st/ ^ \" ,T&4:'-:4f'.-:\"'\" f ^f^iifere' will be a teacher's^xanuh:ition S:|i^^«Q«rt hoti?eiu tbis city on Friday ^?^|b^i^^i^th^-: \\',.\" ' -^ • . •'•* .•',' • * : ' H^|pfex|f&id^'^ening, the 22nd,\" hist, .§pay§i^ ^^^E^B^4U-44: '4444:J,-,44J44':'4: I p l ^ l i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ e Wty Snd banked:} f|g$^jfe|S^ are shipping large -I^X' Viv^rafe^reeii Bayi^% 'jti Everybodywis invited to attend the iSbcialJat |£e Gpod CitizeasKip Associa- ••tipn«adi^^Qbn»S this evening •/S MrV-and'vM jolcing 'ov$-'\" PBRSONftL. Juneii by t lie.04\\2L4-XJi ? at halljnext'Friday^ One of Jas. Brady's dray^ I hordes J^^\" cumbed to the inevitable[last...

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 — 16 February 1895

'DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT 8TUROEON BAY, WIS. _HO. J. PINMEY, - - Publisher. THE COTTON CROP. Reports from Plantations and Mills -v/y/. Place, the Output at S,088.~ OOO Balds. Washington, D C . , Feb. 12,—The »tafe»»t?i)(:iB ftiijjiHhnd the department by the various railway aud water transpor- tation companies of.cotton movement to l»orti» and'• northern and eastern points from the -beginning of the HWIHOJI to Jan- uary 1, 18')5. together'with returns made by'the department's country agents of the amount of Cotton remaining on planta- tion* and In interior towns on January 1. Tl«! tiniMiutM reported by mills an bought from September 1 to January 1 shows the, total ruihvny movement' was 0,045,- 728 bales, remaining on plnutntioiw, etc., _,0*0,7 ii) bought by mills, 401,538 total t-roiv V,0SH,tW bales. . rI he following «•Â«Â« the percentage by states North Carolina, 87 Booth Caro- lina, ill Georgia, 04 Florida. 87 Ala- bama, 01 Mississippi, 88 Louisiana, 89 Texas, 81) .Arkansas, 90...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 February 1895

Styat /^rrible. .j^ai9. BY W, E. NORRIS. :S^§Ig?X?HAI»**!»- «—Contlnnea. - '•%P^tw-»=*Wf e she asked, without mis? iSi^li^Ker^tfs . \"What effect does he pro? Ss|*sQuc^tt^n- y««-\" ••. & -^!SS-*H^/rritates nie.\" / •..• :\"v\" :A\\-, .'/ • ij^fniug more than Uiat^i^ott %( jio^reel afraid of him?\" ' * ^ : : Certainly not 3S9iy should^ I bfe id Of hint?'* : ' ::?i -:^^'?:V'P& '': 'I don't know majo? pepjol»-~ ate ? jBut you are not eal^iaadekCEaidiii: S li|pi^Wnfc\"'^ And as- she said-these•'•. wbrds ^Vife'-^&gE'^te^^^^ .. fc'0 ! -:#^: xf&Mzii&z :#I :ltave.:h0 ip^etens!o:lS 1B^:be aVh^ro.''. ^ S ^ I ^ S ^ s w e r e d Everard, ^but J'don't suffer - : % ^ 9 ^ ail ••fcva^^^Ti^^ybttt-friend^Qd^ not - • larhv toe. ^•^ : |/»*|^a^ is:1i^inihilist?' ''•'••'^•p '^^K§@?*$^-I--bdiCTe 30) -but- I am, not \"•\"'•' tSa^revfe If h e Is not, it suits liiin to pass i /ftiMvntte. ^He is\"—— Sue»oauscd and p s p h e d . *?He is what.it pleases him to Â¥ TSe,\" slie/iuded ...

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 — 16 February 1895

DOOR 601MTY DEM06MT. Entered at the ponfoMct at Sturgeon Hay. an eeconu class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOHN J. PINNKY, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.5 0 PER YEAR. SI'ECiAJL, XOTICK. __-All persons addressing communications to the DOOR CODNTY DEMOCRAT, will pleane address the publisher and not the paper alone. Always addrcws 08 followw: JNO. 1. PINNEY. Publisher. Sturgeon Bay. Wis. EDITORIAL. iK&AivYEB, of course, is iudifferait ja^out the matter, but the Sentinel and '} all therest of them think'St would be -to bad for him to pay any more. ft'/lWB learned a few days ago that the : City council have found the new charter : ao incubus rather than an aid to efficient city government, and that an effort will be made during the present session of the legislature, .to get ridof it, iu»d go back to the old vh&vtei'. ftf he adaption bt tlh& new bharter : : : -$£ii ^(Wgfotlessnegs, ft -ian^'^^^i^lirtr:: :^ theold o n e b ^ i:iii'tHe$git|ra^ |jiste«Kift &...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 February 1895

Gotfntu Board Proceedings, j Annual meeting of the county board of su- 5 pervisors of Door county. Wis., held in the court house, in the city of Sturgeon Bay. in said | county, on the Tuesday after the second Mou- iay being the 13th day of November. 1891. FIKST DAY. Tuesday, Nor. !3th. irei. board met pursuant to law. Chairman called the meeting to order. Roll called by the clerk. . Members respond- ed as follows: Anschutz. Barnhanlt. Bassford. Bowe, Collard. Dalemont. Knglebert. Hanson, Kenny. Koch. Lycke, Meikle, Nelson. Well, ever, Wiltse, Eatough. Fellows and Wash- burn afterwards came in and took their seats. Following resolution was read and adopted: in order to give each and every member an j I declare the above to be a true Ull, accord- opportunity to examine said report before the .lug.to the itemized account on tile in mv office. adoption of the same. — ,t , _ •• • W. L. DASIKOCHI.KK. C- L. FEI.UOWS. j County Superintendent of Schools.\" Sturgeon Bay, Nov. nth. '94. Moved ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 February 1895

InSOOKSIN STATE NEWS. -4-EIy W. Chnpin passed away at his home in Fond du Lac, aged (54 years. , —Joseph Bnum died suddenly of Bright's disease at Mcunshn, - aged 50 years. —Jame.s Cnstlo. an old soldier living at Reedsburg, passed away a t the age of (52 years. —A large log rolled over Martin Betz • a t Iron Itiver and broke his neck, lie : \"resided near JBau Claire. -^Miss Maggie Dal ton and Frederick : 'Kau were the contracting parties in a wedding at .lanesville. '.-. —-The marriage is announced of Miss .-Alice Higgw «f New Lisbon to Moses Simpson of West Superior. . ieTbe cheese linn of Dav)s Bros, of .Chicago is contemplating the erection of a , .lorgie warehouse at Fond dn |Lac. •\"\"••••'••,*—Andrew Erickson, an old fanner of the town of Smith Valley, La Crosse •county, died at the age of 85 years. —Miss Mary Collins was married to .-, CJeorge B. McCall of Chippewa Falls at the home of her parents in Portage. - —Charles F. Daily of Racine lost nn eye : by a piece of iron s...

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