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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 February 1895

U' Dr. PIERCE'S P L E A S A N T i— PELLETS SICK HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION ' DYSPEPSIA,. '\" d- POOR APPETITE^ and all derangements of Me Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Of all druggists. ONCE USED— — K ALWAYS IN FAVOR. AN AWFUL WARNING. Making faces trns Peter's delght. Ami he frequently looked like a fright YOUNG SPIRITS, a vigorous body and robust strength fol- low good health. But all fail when the v i t a l powers are •weakened. Nervous debility and loss of r manly.power result from bad habits.con- tracted by the young through ignorance ] of their ruinous con- s e q u e n c e s . Low spirits, melancholia, impaired memory, morose or irritable temper, fear of impending calamity and a thousand and one derangements of body and mind, result from such pernicious prac- tices. All these are permanently cured by improve , methods of treatment without the patient leaving home. A medical treatise written in plain but chaste language, treating of the .nature, symptoms and ...

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 — 16 February 1895

DOWN THE WEST COAST. The Mountain Defense of Califor- nia's Treasure Spots. What On# Btirm In on Ocean Trip Along :'-, the Picturesque Water-Line of Oar Continent—The Outpost of the Tropica. FIRELESS PEOPLE OF TO-DAY,] FREE BOOK© s Th e coast of California from th e Golden Gate southward gives little hint Urn the interior,wrltes Charles F. Lummis lin Harper's Magazine. It'is largely a barricade of abrupt brown ridges, springing almost from th e surf t o hide ithe real California from inquisitive eye s and winds. Nature has spent too muc h on th e garden t o have capital left for painting th e fence, an d it .stands th e primal pitttern which hu- manity has unconsciously followed in all such lands—Eden hidden behind an adobe wall. Ih-rc and there through a '-•crick' in the weathered fence a green • tendril of a valley creeps. Yonder is a '/.bit of shore with its dark eitrus patch a barren candlestick of a headland, witbrthe white shaft of its lighthouse a roadstead flecked with fish...

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 — 23 February 1895

1 STTJRCEQN BAY, WK./$ATU^DAY, FEBRUARY, 23^ 1895. S$|t§iftl$s$^ - S l l l l ? ^ ^ ere |§lee^aj^5r•service to iliiJ- from the pj^pK^Oh, but won't we just be \"in it'?- ?|iiea with spine of our fliore pretentious :^ fi^&tering:cities?'X, v ,-i 'v ,||Ei|cKeWeighs-for the JSpworth Tide and |^ $(&ia^ihestFriday evening, will leave lv|^te|^w!K at 8 6o sharp, 20 ceuts will ffl^S^nai^etl for'the jride and social ^f||ii^y^arraers in the northern' part of IgS^Ji^pi^r .have -been obliged to haul ^i|&i^ispta this city and from Menoninee Ij^rj^eir horses during the winter. ^ iTheyonng friends of Miss Echo Bir- f5 &ihghatn tendered her«a birthday party •] : lasfMohday evening. The little Miss was seven years of age on that date. H , J|ast 'Monday evening a party of ^bout sixty Odd Fallows and Rebeckas • • home: near Idlewild. Refreshments bnzzihirn lintil Hte in fhn shrino- ^ 1 ® F 7 3 ^ ^ ^ - X ) # i ! \" # ^ \\ % ^ . ^ i ^ 'homC nea r Idlewild . Refreshment s were: served a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 February 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JHO. J. PHIWEY, - - Publisher. CABINET SUMMONED. S p e c u l a t i o n O v e r R o s e b e r r y ' s Hur rled Atj^Ion—Parliament- ar y Crlsl9. .'•• London, Feb, li.— Tliere is ranch gos- sip in political circles today1 owing tq the fact that Lord Kosebery, the prime min- ister, upon his arrival at the dlneial resi- dence this forenoon. hastily^ summoned a meeting of th(V cabiiiei. v^^im^flHi'reN taken to summon the ministers-.were' .rath- er extraordinary. Messengers i'tfere dis: patched in cabs to the Cilices ii)rv :re*t}- denees of the different minisieVSSrjnnd all came to the meeting, which lasted\" lolly an hour. '• ' • '•• • -:/ }f:£4$v$'#' s*.i Tim\"preeariotis (^nditidn^ftf^hstjiiti-ty,.. as-hhowu by the recent nari'owniaferi- ties on several questions in Hie House of Commons and the fact tlnit:l()rdllb:« bery had a long e)n'ferenee:vat't B^eJ£-: ingham pnhico...^KHl^i dhyV-:a^«tjn^lV^Vivltfi-' the Queen soon after'-\"her: arrfvol^r...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 February 1895

§|at S^rrible /f\\at 7 SsSffes e^SfSfa^s^-B^*.-?-. ,.-. - -. — | s | ^ i | v K b 5 l e ^ c t l y ' : I ) o s a i ) l o for you t o go bac k g ^ ^ i | ^ y p a r y house wit h me, a n d I will BY W. E. NORRIS, C S A M E R , r r - K C o B t t n « e a . ) r «No, n o ^ o t tivat ^ ca n I E v e r a r u h a d called a h a n s o m while aiafr.'was speaking. H e n o w geutly ^ p g | ^ : i - j f 6 r c e d Laura, to enter, grave th e ad- SStiRSSiAres S t o th e driver, an d sa t d o w n be- Side her. i f i f S t f S t ' *^Qh,^ sh e M^^Mjp^fh,-- .\"you h e r yott: exelaiiued. u n d e r don' t k n o w w h a t .iSSiMS 0•s?:'*3lave, done! \" i i ^ i i M : : : ' ' P ) n ' t M ? Well, a t least I Wy«i 5 S l i % ^ S ^ o 1 w n . y o u ^ t l m t - U eould b e dcue^ ' K ? # ? ^ a ^ i r ^ e J o o k e d u p - a t hiui w i t h a smile, i « i p s K a n o V ' a , sigh. • : '\"Thank you,\" - t&fe': said ' i&*-P : ?*'y6u. : a r e 'very kind to me . ' O n l y I a m &MM$0 afrai d -it- is all n o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 February 1895

DOOR 60UNTY DEMOCRAT. Mnltrei at the potlofflce at Sturgeon Hay. as second class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOH N J. PINNEY , Kdltor and Proprietor* SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.5 0 PER YEAR. ) HPKCIAL NOTICE. AH persons addressing communications to the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address tbe publisherand not the paper alone. : Always address as follows: JNO. J. PrRNEY, Publisher. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. EDITORIAL. THE Advocate refuses to exchange with this paper but, mind you, its edi- tor reads it all the same. They all do • that. . \"WHAT can yon expect of the finan- cial question,\" asks James S. Clarkson, \"with a gold president, a silver senate and a greenback house?\" The question is well put.—Hpringfitid Republican. AND now the man in the moon is said to be a woman. One by one we ajre called upon'.to surrender the cherishisd illusions of the past. Prpojably ^ longs to the recently evolye^ :yarjety known as the/'newwbhan.\"^Sh to be veryprevalent o ^fe'sM^Kyi-^S: -y'ir the protes...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 February 1895

Countu Board .Proceedinok (Continued from lost week.) „ \" management of such poor persons as arc law- • folly entitled to aid from the county, and/to . take such steps for their cure and support as tbey deem for the best interest of the county. Nov. 15th. 1894. O. L. FELLOWS. . As a member of the county poor committee Xbe chair appointed J. M. Koch. / Following resolution was read upQ adoped, and placed on file. In compliance with the resolution hereunto attached, said resolution to be found on page 88 of the proceedings of the County Board of Supervisors of Door County, /Wisconsin, and • entitled \"for the appointment of a refunding S-eemmittee.\" The following named persona be- ing members of the county board were elected as members of said committee. Geo. Nelson.... .City of Sturgeon Bay. • :• • JB. S. Minor . . '• •\" • .Roger Eatouuh...:. .Bailey1*\" Harbor. .George Bassford -.Sevastopol. James Cunningham Nasawaupee. ~:-'\\ The following is the report referred to: -- - .' Wher...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 February 1895

Wom of Banker Thayer to Dia- | :pQse of the Suits Against H&X:l- ': ' \"'' Him.- : ^p||CENTSON :i H^I)OLtAR. X$0l TfflE LEGISLATURE* Wgf^|^j|ai^^'W^ , • PielK l6,-i~Siincc llio dis- ^|§f|*TOi^aFof the f riminnl Huit* at La Crosse |S*Sfife**^n8t''M.*A-. Thayer, the Sparta bunk- ?E?v f ^'er, that gentleman has been here, endcav- !jy.\\* ^rOribg to -effect a Kc.ttlement of claims • ••?'-and a withdrawal of the criminal coni- ,.' ,:: plaints. The committee representing the depositor s has called iiicethifis at Tonuih, .••• February 2U. and at Span a. February 2.'., ? * t which Mr. Thayer will propose to re- '••••• ' leaise bin claim to 'the bank prifpertv • • \"• •valued at SplO.OOp aiul that his wife will \"turn over the homcittend property here, valued at JjililMH). Tlicw .sums, together With about Si\".,IIOIl.jiow in the hands •••.•- -of Assignee Williams and held by him against contingent ehiiiiis- yet in Htijjn- ,-.:.:-.- tion, would briiiK the total amount up to •about 40 cen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 February 1895

—\"Who J 'lied cock robiu?\" \"I,\" sa:tl the (sparrow. \"Wo!!, who hypnotized you'?\"—Detroit Tribune. —\"This.\" remarked tin? rat as he trap fell, \"this is the worst I pver had sprung on nil-.\"—-Iiiiliamtiiolis Journal. Rev. Dr. Parker Is the beloved pastor of thi TJniversalist church at Fargo, N. D., and has also been a pastor in Providence, U. 1., Ne w York City and Troy, N. Y. He says: 'I regard Hood's Srsirsaparil'.a the best blood pur'.fier, and I have good reason tor this opinion.v I am now 80 ye^rs o f age. Four years ago I wns afflicted with . rheumatism in iny l&ek arid limbs, .so\" badly that it was impos- sible for me to geV my usual sleep a t night. \"I had Just Jpartially re^VMcd- jfrom Hie grii 5 which. reduced my rargo.K. D. appetite w a s p o o t and I felt languid ind weak. In fact T was in a:-very dilapidated condition. Haying heard and read so much* about tbq wonderful, cures produced by Hood's Sarsapatilla I re^ solved to give it a triaU I followed the. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 February 1895

(Continued fro:n page eight.) ABSTRACT of the Statement of the Re-rfster cf Deeds of the Real Estate sola In the County Of Door for the year ending September 1st, 1891, as required by Section 1007 of the Annotated Statutes, and Chapter 64, Laws of 1885. Name of Town or City. Baileys Harbor .--..—---.-.-..'....... .*...... Brussels - -^„Wi».v.. .-,-.,-.„ Clay Banks .........^...i»»:v.„j.vi.. Egg Harbor i.,.. ..„U.: *........ Forestvllle.-.........—......... .—.\".—-- Gardner...... ...-.i ...v:'ii*.: i'.i...... Olbral tar...—......-.—v-.i...l- i.ii.'..-v..-,...'— JaokaoDport. »..--- .'-. i.iS* *i^.:'.~:X.^ liberty Grove ...„.. i ..^i.i......, . . . Nasewaupee.....—i.-i..,-.*'.':- ^: ^..^...... Sevastopol.—,.„„-...ui-.: .^-*.,:. •::,.-.. Sturgeon Bay toirn.i.i.'ii.i^.iii.vi^...--. -. Sturgeon Bay city ..mf.i. Union......... ,iJuii::i'W^'»i!i.ift.w»..i.^. ^a»hlngton^-^,...ii ^^ i*^t^i,4.^«v, .. .. V^:v S/ ^^btki^iS0^^^^&i^.:.i:t-^- Acres. ! t -'on!,lu- Acres | e r a t l o n ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 March 1895

^M^S^^&SliMfff^ «3§ $pCJR0EON BAY, WI$. S ^ t J ^ A Y , MARCH,*2, 1895v OTlfli lillilpiiliMIBiWBiii ||JjgJ|pn?t'fti.iLto Thear and seeMo^anliiss, s | ^ | i ^ p l | f ' ^ B a t e ? t v:Iplini^t. : at^-0^ra | g | p | | ^ » i s p v i l ] ^ mill^dplnggbod \\ ^ r k | p | ^ | i ^ t e r ^ i i n d e v the^lpinahagemeht g | b | f ^ ^ ^ - | t y a n ami MirpW: V-.c ll^liMvQpfey crowhaJsput ijr :anvabiiii(}- ^^n|iaj)piearahce during the last few days. W'ltjis.ppe of the eaily signs of spring. | ?Th£ Reynolds Co. hare been'shipping ^their^Mn machinery to their new loea- Ki^ptf ptttakeSuperior during the past 4^hep5ntie seasonbejganlast Whines* 'y^y,0ni yv0 apprbpriately observed by ll^CatiicJibjfehurcheI ike -city and ' i®OUnl^: V.^ fr ^':. - \\.i^:y^-:^:. •••, . \" ' \"''^'regetta .•|-ft||$&' ^^ i^iripany conieniipljite/. putting/ their • ^hiiy pijrthe\"-boards..7a t:%doie of our S^g|dj6ring cities... ,'f'&+*i-'': \\ f giThefe-Avill be a business meeting of | |he'diympic Club '...

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 — 2 March 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JHO. J. nmbl, - - Publisher. MARTIAL LAW IN CUBA. T h e G o v e r n m e n t is Still Iw C o n - . trol. butt is A p p r e - : ^ , .: h e h s i v e v t V:X - ,^- '. •'•':.. : j^Now York, l^b, 2U. ^ ^IsiWtK from {{Panamaanys that ^a^ialiiavv Ji«* been fcleclaretl invCbbii as ayrps^ti of a battle -the govomment had swith\"rebels near Cull. 'The\\'gov)trnhi6nt'':~w'(uv\\vibt6rioU'a 'hut it was deemed b e s t t o suspend the 'operation o( vlvilpeocitHS.] Many were v-Siilknl oirboth sides in the Cali engage- ment, but the soldiers captured a large fciody of prisoners. lteportt from Sanfandor are unfavor- able to the government. ~A fight is ex. {peeled there at any time.- Gen. Boberto {Adanota, formerly general-in-ehief of tlio (Panama garrison, has been taken prison- jer by the rebel forces,. IMot Hutched In New l'ork City. ' There is little doubt that the Cuban {revolution was hatched in New York city. . ' : . ' . v ' ' , ' . . :,.:: Jose Marti, t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 March 1895

ff!|t S^rrible /T^aty . Ji-I^&iiielierselfeonid not tell you-why / »*utl' : ^emust accept facte AJt first I fgiirtally thought that she would succeed \"$Mn defyinghim. -He flew into a paissibn, 0 an frightened me out of my senses 0 but she did not care a bit, -and i t was fe-ojaly: after he had recovered hi^cooK : bfless that she seemed to waver. nYou ///ijan't imagine anything more curious • Stijwate than the way in which her' :/:Hyrlft staggered, as itv'.-.\\^ferei and thein !?i:VJBuS3en.Iy' broke,\"•'•••'. ':\\:'7i''A^--:::'0yAl ~ j:0:^s./Paiterson'8 manifest eaj6ymen=t 00£/thissiKMitacle -was infuriating t o ) #|3Byeraidi'.'who nevertheless subdued his ?$^MM.:KW. V' *, : :. \"\\ /// -\"-'1/// /• //•.••• ^Sggfcgfh^^ : f E ^ Y | j & ^ n ^ ^ft§BLpjp^vsp t*nii sure but: y o i canhoti :$i$f0$i/0*fofi'- -! , ToA:|u^gii:''.-:with, . he \"' li&^fWftitiden'i^'at:!-^* 3-'Hv W0$M: is' • monstrous!* \" intevrvipte,a -%$j$E$ei*^ you. anp- : ^rt^^iS^-lI' i am ^lbg ' : t6 : subm...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 March 1895

DOOR COUNTY -DEMOCRAT. JEnttred at the potloMce at Sturgeon Jiay, at seconu dats matter. I PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOHN J. PINNEY, £lito and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. SI.50 PER YEAR. SPKCIAI, NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please • addresH the publisher and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: JNO. J. PISNEY, Publisher. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. S T U R X S S O^ EDITORIAL. AN extra session of Congress is now thought to be very unlikely. , • S^far the legislature has hail its time pretty well occupied killing bills that ought to have been so treated before they\"wene introduced. T H E consolidation of Green Bay and Ft* Howard is agaiu, agitating- those communities, apparently wij^the proba- bility on the side of success^ ( DEMOCRATIC supremacy ': seqms itc^ ftineaii. the definite settlement Optft^thp qn^tion,vat /least for the present, iha| ft^^pao'l grpw '\"'.ficl?h^|mpc^irt^hi|li^ fttfi!ijH& ft ftWffl^\"»li theSyorldHs^pr...

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

I'ttotieaolievsand pupils Ixipfc 3 a | ^ e 3 e ? d ^: resfc':^:: .- •\".:- - \\ \\ ::.V .' ^ fc?I^Mil^lsp-%^ ii ^:Tnethavv of the . p ^ t S ^ e ^ I ^ e t | i u tbejsnow s e v e r ^ ' i i i e b e ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ E ^ vf places the roods ar&^bs^iP30^>0^SS • Several of p u r ' r e a d ^ m f e | ^ 5 s f c n ^ : examinations to be given Ju|tbe cpiurt- 3 house the latterpart of^ ifiil i ^ f c «WSift j::rpAIargei party: pf : .:^ •?:Jb»i^:vent^t^ '' jj^eniiag to a dance given atKthatfc^piace^H j:: vl^ :Jiutfr J ^ i t a ^ ^ t ^ i p ^ ^ : f ^ p m l i i n t ^ ^ ^ : ^ t a r ^ ^ S h ^ thi$V place ^ialil^^^ now1 ! ^inj^.it^^!Stt^-'i5 :ihe southern part?of }'-i^ Sbyi^« ^ ^|lraliwi^^h!i^is5a^e . ' : S@A|prinie^^ i^i|nti|^|pouiiid here atpreseiiV : \" |i|||o^^Efaghall : Jr.',\" hasabsoluteiy re- :yGoyji&m Iroui his recent illness. : iTis&'as hiiicbcordvvopd willbebaiiked ^^ :th s i8iwinter as i n previous: seasons. %0t^^M-Wyiit of her Jplreh^| :|fc ^ at' | * j ^ o ^ e ^ | i / ^ e r ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 March 1895

Af^oorniqent Taken in the Case of i the Tomah Banker at Sparta. FlNAt SETTLEMENT ISMBGED. y'f ^ | f e ^ W ^ ^ : ^ ^ ^ d ! new' ex- amination of R a n k e r 31 Ai Thayer today for taking money on deposit when ho kne w himself to be insolvent wa s ad- journed to .March 7. The action of th e depositors last Saturday in refusing to accept Thayer's offer of turning over all hi« property in consideration of a settle- ment of all claims and discontinuance of all suits, is being discussed quite freely mid not a few ar c convinced that the course taken wa s unwise, anil that the offer should have been accepted in view -«of th e fact that any depositor could voraplain to the district attorney and force a criminal suit regardless of a reso- lution hy the balance of the depositors. T h e c u r r e n t belief heretofore prevailing t h a t Thayer had hidden investments ha s been, somewhat,shaken by th e sensatiou- • a l ^ l c a - o T , Attorney .fohn J . Ksch, in whose/ honesty and integrity th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 March 1895

S m a l t B e g i n n i n g s »Make grea t e n d i n g s sometimes. Ailments that w e \"are ap t to! consider trivial often grow, through neglect, into atrocious mala- dies, dangerou s In themselve s an d productive of other*. I t i s th e disreKard of th e earlier Indications o f ill-health \\rhieh leads to tiie establishment o f all sorts of maladies o n a chronic basis. Moreover, there are certain disorders incident to th e season, such as malaria a n d -rheumatism, against which it is a l w a y s desirable.t o fortify th e nyfeiciu after exposure t o th e conditions which produce them. Cold, d a m p an d miasma are surely counteracted b y Hostctter' s Stomach Rttters. After yo u h a v e incurred risk from these in- fluences, a wineglussful or tw o of Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters directly afterward should be swallowed . Fo r malaria, dyspepsia, liver complaint, kidney an d bladder trouble,' nerv- . ousnes s and debility it is th e most deservedly popular of remedies an d preventi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 March 1895

LANGUAGE OF THE HEN. Xote* of Warning. Call* to Dinner and Otber Mcth«Ml» of Communication. The ordinary domestic fowl affords the-roost positive evidence of the pos- session o f a language that is under- stood* says a writer in the Pittsburgh Dispatch. There are many decidedly different calls, which if taken down in 'ft phonograph and repeated in a hen- bouse or yard would produce interest- { » animal tissue. If it can be infused FOOD OF THE FUTURE. Home V.'ayii In Which the Supply %V1U B« Affectod by Electricity. Edison made his prediction several years ago that animal matter will or may be dispensed with as an article of diet by and by, because the fixation of nitrogen in vegetable growths may be accomplished. Nitrogen is one of the chief elements BOOKS! FREE tag results. I need but mention a few calls to illustrate the range of sounds! In the domestic fowls. On a warm day,' 'When hens arc released from their coop, j when their minds are undisturbed and all nature looks brigh...

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 March 1895

Milli! IpiRGlEON BAY, WIS., S^TURDAt, MARCH, 0, 1S95. iissii LOGftLi ttiBfil Jwitjr^fhijS ^ residence J in. \" ^tBi©- :'t^vm : :i j«f §§li&iii&%Vse^ Spijraty$^ Hitinalrounds gatheiitig iti ^ii(i(ffialj pr^ .-.^rty^tax ,^ . ,-'. *rS f:0:J0M:k^:P}.. [ ''•• \\:AffQptfs:i6tthe Goodrich I^ire /steamers ifjandeitl a quantity offt^i^tatihecarial lzwafehbuse.p^ vgSl^iffi Stu^ebnBay Brewing' CJp.! hay.e /rtJcbMi^dded a new steani wKistte tb i $ h e i ^ l ^ t M Swast«i|»0l v#i!*& |^t'Ji|tfloiv : i|^tty certain th at/ the £ $fc Q ?Brow ii mill will be bper^jtStlv-next ^WaTOh/toiteiullest'capacity^ .v\" ^phiSMasse is now-.-'the-' ^ ^ \" i5biri- iii issioned officer of this local branch of ^tne^iscbnsin State Humane ^Society I jiHaiiling on:(Jreeu^Bity has-been t jnarlcably good since tlie snow disap- ^gejarejd^^an^inajy have taken advantage of foe bppprtuhit^^\"\"^™ \"^T^-\" '\"S Louis Pbuse hasmovedhis^bigar fac- /tbry from Court street to Spruce. He law*: occupies - commo...

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 March 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY. WIS. iJHO^PlNNETf* -Publisher. TEN THOUSAND STRIKE. Coal Miners In the Pittsburg Dis- trict Co Out-Thelr Claims. ENDS IN DIVORCE. Culmination of the Troubles of New York Croesus and His Wife. ew~YorkrMare!K.—i'ne^nnrita -wocx- —^Ajidcraon.Inf].^_JIarch 5.—The Most , Pittsburg. Pa,. March 5.—A strike among .the miners of the Pittsburg dis- trict is on. Early last evening, as the result of action taken at yesterday's con- vention, secret orders lo suspend and re- main out for the 09 cents rate were scut charges, wherever the constituency could be reached by wire. The uetimi was. unex- pected and bears out the threat of the district oflieinN that the operators would not have twenty-four hours' notice in which to prepare for I he suspension. Ten thousand tnen arc it.iTeeted.' When the. convention adjourned Inst evening every delegate having telegraphic communication with his constituency obeyed instructions and wired home that the strike was on. This a...

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