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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 May 1895

ifsS •'»6#B.*$^^ : -v ',^8rrUR6EON:BAy, wis.':'. ^ 'i^|WHEy PRINTING CO., - r Publishers. ! B i M l ) I)0WN A BASE O n e M a n w a s Killed a n d T w e n t y - t w o W e r e I n j u r e d , S o m e ' • ~ y . F a t a l l y . MEA1MUST EXPLAIN. S e c r e t a r y H e r b e r t W r i t e s t o t h e A d m i r a l R e g a r d i n g t h a t N e w s - p a p e r I n t e r v i e w . St. iiOitm,Ni«o., .May j.4.—A- special from Si lex', Mo.., to the Post Dispatch says that at 8 a . m . the southbound pas- senger \"train on the St. Louis & Hannibal railway was thrown off the truck by n broken rail two miles from here and went \"down ft ' twenty-foot embankment. The entire track for a distance of 100 foot wan torn up, some of .the fails being thrown off the right-ofrway. Very few of the passengers and train crew escaped injury. One person was killled: '•Â«.). MEYKHof St. Louis, Th e (following were injured: Eugene Hulllvan, engineer, Hannibal, Mo., probably fatuity injured. Perry Wood, atto...

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 — 18 May 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT^ S#PRGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 18, 1895. Ver$eane CIIAPTEIl. Vm~(ContinuMl. I b a d n o time o r even thought to give then to th e success of ou r a t t e m p t thu s far it m u s t be pushe d farthe r a n d a t once, while t h e old m a n w a s alert, or it would still b e no mor e t h a n failure. Hi s question m u s t b e an- swered , a n d in few word!?—in w h a t words ? T h e dus k w a s d r a w i n g on Birley lit th e gas, a n d d r e w d o w n th e blind, a n d I wrote iu large, clear let- ter s .as in m y question* \" l i e is lost help u s to find him. \" H e clutched th e pape r in his o w n liand whe n I presented it, an d eagerly pore d on th e words . H e raised his b e a d an d uttere d som e rapid sounds. I shook m y h e a d an d wrot e again— \" W r i t e . \" An d agai n h e compelled his pe n t o form words* \"Lost w h e r e ? \" I wrot e carefully, while m y hea d throbbe d an d m y lingers trembled with t h e desire to m a k e h a s t e : \" W e ...

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 — 18 May 1895

^ l60JJ v C0UNTr ^iBMOtUBAT, ^W^ ^.:ir^7?nU»t^'^rery.Batnr(hiy.by.a^ .•''• V:'^^://.-President: C.W.AIUN, Bur clary. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1,50 PER YEAR. ' S X U R G E O J s B A Y , W I S . , MA Y 18, '05. E D i T j ^ f l L . • .• ' THE Michigan Legislature will sub - m i t t o th e people of tha t 'state a con- stitutiona l a m e n d m e n t , providin g fo r a n e d u c a t i o n a l '..qualification' fo r th e r i g h t of suffrage. Wisconsin accom- plished .•'.'the sam e result once throug h th e Australian ballot, but'. Attorne y General Kstabroo k construed it al I away . T h e necessity for. such a law is no t as g r e a t a s i t once was, bu t it will b o long before i t ceases to exist. A ' L A T E ' L o n d o n cablegram says : \" O n e of the most promiiientdealer s in foreign exchang e to-day said, within th e last •..three m o n t h s Europ e ha s take n #100,- 000,000 of America n securities.\" I t i s «aid that th e sale of those securities by E u r o p e a n invest...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 May 1895

DOO R COU1STY PEMOCBAT , # P K G E O X B A y , W I S , MAY 18 , 1895 . .f^ Awarded' 5\" Highest Honors—Worlds Fair, Among the outsiders who took part in the musical entertainment, of last Thursday evening, were the Misses Maud aud Winnie Smith, Grace Nelson, Birdie Dohearty and Messrs. D. W. But- ler, and Carl Cochems, of Sturgeon Bay. Upwards of six inches of snow fell in this region during Sunday night and i Monday morning. It was heavv and (.compact.'arid clung to everything on | which it fell, making a decidedly win- i tery appearance. It has now entirely ! disappeared however. | Mr. Wm Londo, a former resident ! of this place, but now. of Big Wausim- ! kee, Marinette countv. was recently • l wedded to Miss Margaret Murphy, of ! the same place Sir. Loiido was a form- \\av school-mate of. ours and a good boy. We join in congratulations and i expressions of good will towards the j happy young couple who will henceforth A„.,r»r,,„-wPERFECTJ , T „ . c 1 \"double each'other's joys a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 May 1895

: lapK c buyi^ f XPERIENCE•$£ MRS. BdWEN. T h e E p i s c o p a l H o s p i t a l Said 8 u e H a d CoHSttWptlon. ' .'•,, V ' • • ':]:'y:1Fr»)n.lfu! Iievord, PIMadeiMa,Pa.Y i : Kasi Jtily the Episcopal Hospital ad- initted a H'oniaa whose pale and enia- f6iated faee and racking coujjh proeJaiui- «d lier the victim of consumption. She gav e Iter name a s Mrs. Sallie (}.• Bowen* wife of W m , G. Bo wen, residence, 1849 Meighan street Philadelphia, Th e case •was diagnosed and she was told plainly t h a t she was in an advanced stage of Consumption. Th e examining physician (even showed her the sunken place in her. breast where the cavity in her lung wa s supposed to exist. She went home to her family a broken, diHlieartened woman With death staring her in the face. T h a t WAS the beginning of the story the end w a s t o l d by Mrs. Bo wen, who no longer eatpeets to die, to a reporter who visited he r home. \" T h e first symptoms of consumption cam e in the form of terrible sweats ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 May 1895

D O O R C O U N T T D E M O C R A T , STtTKCJEON B A Y , W I S . , M A Y I S , 1 8 9 5 . •Â»••••••••••+»•• I TheBe?tCheck| T To all those diseases brought on .• by' indigestion, biliousness and * liver troubles is i S.ZAEQEL'8 SWEDISH ESSENCE. | It is a purely vegetable com- • \"pound—safe, sure, and effective. « . Acts quickly without tearing x down the system, as is the case j with powerful purgatives com- • posed of. drastic drugs. A person J feelsbetterafterthefirstfewdoses • of this remedy. Cleans the blood. • sharpens the appetite, and puts ^ new vim into the entire system. (7A*cin'je.f Each package of l&ACUCLO ^ R o o t g a n d jf e r b s makes one quart. For Sale mt Drug Stores, or 35 Ceatt by Moll. M. ZAEGEL &CO., SHEBOYGAN, WIS. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR • THE BEST * HK I S ftl'lET XOW . Tho village of P W n a l , Vt., surely once hud a poetWUo ha d missed his calling an d lu'cnmoa marble-cutter. Below ar e somti siteeimens of his famous \"rhyming epi- taphs.\" sampl...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 May 1895

^ b B ^ i e i ^ : ^ M \\ j 0 m Wrins arid Establishments oJGltu and Gountu. -»vci»iy,r':'.. ejections a specialty, Office over the Mer- chaats J^changcYlank. ••\"'.. ' STCRGEOrY BAY\", WIS. - ' •,. •:•- : ATTOKNEY-AT-£AW.\",'• • Office over Keiehcl's drug #tore. Cedar Street. t£&~ olleettons a specialty. STt'KGEON BAY, WIS, » * M.McNALIA*, . . . . . . A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W . Collections made, and nil munrivr of Legal Business promptly attended to. Office on St. John Street, opposite the I'lret National Hotel. STtmOBON- BAY. WIS. IVTIIXtAM .JACKSON, A T T O R N K Y - A T - L A W . Notary l'uhllc, Ileal Estate. Collection Agency. Selling Tielons. itnd l^iylmr Tuxes for Non- BesldeM*. UrnwlriK Vci:cln,Mort(!(itti-4i, I»a«t Wills, Vessel Mort«H(!Cf and Hills of Sale: idso Marino Protests arid other Notary BUSUH H» correet svnd clump. HAlLKYS ItAKtSOrt. WIS. 1 A Y SIIOHK HOTICI., Firttl Class occoumiodsHioris for man awl bciisi. A good sample room, connect* d with th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 May 1895

WM$:-i VOL. 3. STURGEON M Y , WIS., SATUKDAY, MAY 25, 1S05. 6.GREISEN. NO. 18. L O C A L . PtKS. cakes, cookies, and doughnuts fresh every day at Klinkenberg's.\" • The' Chicago Supply Co., in is business at Ahnapee. T l „ ,. — —— . i l ' ! \" ' above moot ins off John talk says he will commence the • },,„|„(, Sons of Hornrui sprinkling of the streets next, Monday, i u•f \" Three'•drunks and disorderlies''wore , .\"jugged'' on Wednesday afternoon and j The •'Kindergarten school is now lb- evening. ' ! U'O DOW (lb-J lsi \"»''1-'«l Mt'etlnR of l\"lio Grand r,»dj:, \\,.l\\ O. (I. U.S. Th e abov e mee t in s o the Grand Wisconsin, ie hold in this city the latter part .Jul y or the early part of Auuust, the DETERMINES VALUE Hence a thing Is not JieeessavHy cheap because it is low priced. ^OURf\\IA/\\-4- is not to sell cheap and trashy goods but to sell good honest goods cheap. On onr eomiters will be found I). 0 . Thompson has moved into the ! residence formerly occupied by Rev. A. A....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 May 1895

:b0ii' S T U R O E d N B A Y , W I S . J . &WHHBY>RINTiN CO., - - Publlsbers. fttE WHISKY TRUST. S t e p s T a k e n t o Enid t h e R e p e l v e r - : » h J p — S p i n t s C o U p 1 C e n t a G a l l o n . C h i c a g o , 111., M a y 2 1 . — T h e reorgani- z a t i o n c o m m i t t e e o f t h e W h i s k y t r u s t M e t .at t h e G r e n t N o r t h e r n hotel t o d a y a n d too k notion w h i c h will probabl y e h d t h e receivershi p o f t h e concer n in a s h o r t t i m e . Kesolutioi w w e r e adopte d provid- i n g for a sal e o f t h e trust' s properties, t h e Bale t o lie eithe r b y t h e court s or b y t h e board o f director*. T h e reorganiza - t i o n c o m m i t t e e held 5 3 4 . 0 4 0 of t h e t o t a l 3 5 0 , 0 0 0 s h a r e s of s t o c k s a t t o d a y ' s m e e t - i n g , e x - P r e s i d e n t G r e e n h u t bein g rep- reaentc d b y l l l t t »hnres. P i w i a . Ill,, Mrfy 2 l . - T h o D i s t i l l i n g ' a t ^ C a t t l e F e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 May 1895

BOOK COUSTTY DEMOCRAT, ST17RGEON HAY, WIS., MAY 25, 1895. '...' •\"•'••. '•CHAPTEH IX—(Continued.) T h e first night of m y journe y I rest- e d i n London. I won t t o t h a t hotel Baeon's i n Grea t Queen street, where 3tfr. Lacroix h a d commonly staved on his visits t o London. I ha d a vague h o p e of hearin g or finding something concernin g hi m which inteht.be of use~. I even aske d t h a t I might h a v e th e room , which h e ha d last occupied. W h e n shu t into i t for th e night 1 al- m o s t wjsho I ha d aske d for a n y other rathe r tha n that . T h e aspect of it s sombre, heavy, old- fashioned furniture g a v e m e a chill creepiness of sensation. Man y men , doubtless, - h a d sleot in it since t h e nigh t of Marc h 15. 1882, bu t I could only se e i t a s if it ha d been last b y Mr. Lacroix, a n d think of hi s silent presence pervading it. I must even ^confess t h a t I furtively looked into d r a w e r s an d corners, a s if there might :•'still b e left s...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 May 1895

ltllfe . 1300R 'CH?STt »EM^ :&t€r«4 at tilt i*6i(Office at Sturgtoti Hay a« v1 J?oU*tied every ^atHrday by th e W J ^ P I N N K Y P R I N T I N G C O J.i.WHNlY, •:-':y':.l*regide-ril..- 0.W. ALLEN, Hecreldri/. What Are They ThlnMufir'-' The folloiving is from that great edu- cator, the Advocate: \"The publication at the fact In the AOVOCATB •Jwtt wcefc that nearly oil-the European coun- tries Have puts*duty on Atncriqan flour has set si Koort many of our resident to «1«5 some pretty hard thlnMris,'' What are they thinking':1 Farmers all know lhat wheat has raised in price to. 70 cents ii bushel, and they. know. w and dishonest, to retjmre payjnerit in cniToncy worth twice sts iniich as that in which the debt was contracted, ,The^ pica that-it would be dishonest n(vw to restore silver to its equal monetary rights with gold, come* with bad grace front the men'who' secured its dejgrsida- tton twenty years sigo. They did that for their own benefit, and they have SUBSCRIPTION PH...

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 — 25 May 1895

D O O R C O U N T Y D K M O G K A T , S Â¥ U I « « K O N B A V , W I S . , M A Y 2 5 , I8t5 Awarded Highest Honors^—World's Fair, i,:W- CREAM BAKING P0HMH MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre. :from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 4 0 YEARS THE STANDARD. OABDNKK. It. H. McDonald, who has been stay- ing with Rev. J . li. Gauthier,''left for his home at Ahuapce, recently. Mr. John Eiehinger has taken charge of the school in Dist. Xo- 2, Their former teacher, Louis Peltier, having resigned. Mr. and Mrs. J . Krause. of Sturgeon Bay, *vere the guests of Mr. and Mis. J. Krause of this place, for a number of days, lately. At this writing. Mrs. Otis Smith. Who has been ill ever since she came here, from Manitowoc last fall, seems to bei steadily improving in health. IN THE, GOUNTY. JACKSONPOKT. Three schooners were in port last Friday. Thursday of next week, May 80th. is Memorial day. - Potatoes are bringing from 50 to CO cents per bushel, just now. Merchant ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 May 1895

:i$6Morj^ ItlEPl -S^nsatipn^l Suit • at Kenosha '-Come Kather Suddca :: ::::::^ :/:--::Term!natioa,\" - \\ v v WALTER COWELL A FREE MAN. T h e Alleged Land Swindle Falls Flat — D a m a g e Suit will B e : the R.sui't .•'''. ' • 'KcnoMin./Wiii,, May •21.—-f.Speclal.']-- .'VWMter, Marshall -Crtivell, who was under nrivsl here on a -chargeof complicity in : ,'••. an. alleged hunt swindle in Term* ami also oil ft/clilii'Sf i»f forgery, in a free mini. H o ' h a d a hearing hu e yesterday .after- noon and -HK entire-'proceeding\"! against li'im v.ctv dropped. Th e grand jury in /Chicago . failed to indict him yesterday. / - I t was ilaiwcd.that tin' alleged crime of which '.Mr. \"\\vi was cluirgid w a s not e.Ntr.-idl'.ahle and tin- authorities here de- cided lo drop fin- cam-. As an outcome-of the suit Mr. Oowell has begun an action against Col. 1... Stough (if Chicago, the principal witness against him. for £20,000 damages. H e cimrges malicious prosecu- tion. __', MILLS TO START UP....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 May 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAT, WIS., MAY 25, 1895. WE AWAY - Absolutely free of cost, for a LiniTED TIHEONLY, The People's Common Sense Medical Ad- viser. By R.V. Pierce, M. D., Chief ConsultinK Physician to the Invalids' Hotel ami Surgical Institute, Buffalo, a book of over 1,000 large pages and 300 colored and other illustra- tions, in strong paper covers to auv one sending JI cents in one-cent stamps for packing and postage only. Over 680,000 copies of this complete'Faniilv Doctor Book already sold in cloth binding at regular price of $1.50. Address: (with stamps and this Coupon) WOKLll'S UlSPF.NSARY MED- ICAL ASSOCIATION, No. 6G5 Main Street. Buflalo, N. Y, • • , . • F a m o u s W r i t e r . He wrote for all the magazines— Great man, without a doubt And this wc note Was what he wrote: \"Is niy subscription out?\" • —Atlanta Constitution. M i l e s t o n e s o n t h e R p n i l That leads to health are marked In tho memory of those who, at regular stages and persistently, h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 May 1895

$, DOOIt CmmTV ©EMOCRA'IV^KGEONBAfi m S r m ^ 2 5 , 1895. fiySINESS DIRECTORY Of Leading firms and E^ablishments ol Cftu and Gourttu. • J J / E . copy . * A T a ' O K K K V - A T - I ^ A W - ' I . T O T K L T t t K M O S X , j \" JIKII..HA.V * J O H N S O N , ITO|)«. Thi s hotel' h a * been n e w l y refurnished an d rv»n«»n«ftn* a sheHntt v Office o v e r tbeJUcr- ! refitted throughout , nmi-affera t h e very bes t of Collection s w s p e u a l t j . u m t c o v « r i p e - M . F ^ i J b , C com«noOatioii«fortUctraveHnBpublic. H o t teste ^Exchange B a n k . a c a cold w a t e r b a t h s . F i r s t c l a s s - s a m p l e c n s n t s S T U I I G K O N HAY , W I S . • W 7 J L M A M I I . . S W K E M S Y , . A T T O R N E Y-ATVLA W . Offlcfi over.Heicbi-l'» ilrii\" store , Ceda r StroAt. j 1$?\"\" nllcotlnim a specialty. j .STUIIGRON' » A Y . W I S . ! Â¥ . | S I . M c N A M . V . A T T O I t N B Y - A T - L A W . Collections m a d e , am i al l m a n m i of Lcgn-1 • B u...

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

VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS , SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1S95. NO. 19, The Summer Drawein Near A n d I t becouieth people of w i s d o m soon to la y asid e th e g a r m e n t s of heav y w e i g h t a n d pu t o n t h a t whic h niaket h t h e m m o r e comfortable. 1 |NDERWEf\\R W e h a v e received from o u r N e w Y o r k H o u s e a Tine of Balfriggan Shirts a n d D r a w e r s a t 40AND25CTS . If yo u see the m yo u will buy , p r o v i d i n g you w a n t comfort. N a t u r a l Woo l S u m m e r U n d e r w e a r , 6 5 C LftDl&S' UNDERWEAR from sam e house, an d tha t m e a n s B A R G A I N S . Jerse y Ribbe d sleeveless vests. -IOC, 5 C J e r s e y Ribbed W i n g Sleeve Vests at . 2 5 C , 15C, 12C f-fOB E 40 dozen i n this shipment , th e wa y they ar e going they w i l l last abou t a week. Don' t miss the chanc e of gettin g you r s u m m e r supply. Blac k Hose . . . 5 C Black a n d W h i t e mixe d seamless. . .JOC Fin e Black full fashioned seamless,.|3 C T h e Hermsuorf.Blac...

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

•p:0:':- : 4mm****mm ^lllfo^frj^^ STURGEON BAV, WIS. $#nprp^^^ MMt DROWNED . '•$tter4iinjg-'['vf-..* Boiler S e n d s t h e i P r e h o h S t e a m e r ' b o m P e d r o ^ y ^ v y : ^ - : . O t i t h e Bottom, V Cadiz, Ma y 28.-~The French ste ner • )Dom Pedro, bound for Carrillo, retain, itas been, wrecked off Curinbedo liigbty «f those on board were drowned. The dis- iMter Was caused by the bursting of ia ^toiler. ••-. , - . Litter in the da y some particulars were received here, of the terrible disaster to tu e French steamship Dora Pedro, .which ton* resulted in th e Joss of about 100 lives. Th e Dotn Pedro W-as a 3000-ton steamer ami nu n engaged in running be- tween Havr e an d th e Argentine repub- lic, calling lit Bordeaux, Franco, and tarries freight and junsseiigera. The'Jut-' te r were mostly emigrants bound for th e Argentine -republic or other points of South America. On her return trips the Doin Pedro wa s generally loaded with fror.en meat. She left Havre, on Ma y 20...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 June 1895

•'p&o&i^^ wis.fjxmji l, xs»5^ \\:.: : ':,-:CHAPTER X—(Continued.) B u t all doub t w a s dispelled by jrlet- te r I*rweivo d next morning from Bir- • • » • . . • ' • . • • • • : . '•Thou m u s t com e back, .my lad, a t once, \" h e wrote. '*I w a s mistaken In m y notion t h a t 'Manuel %vould bring yo u k n o w who . back home, P r a n k ciime h o m e tip*' sam e d a y you left, an d his fathe r wont off to Loudo n nex t mornlug. I manage d t o get t o see F r a n k . H e is in 'very lo w spirits, poor lad. H i s fathe r h a s almos t seared him Into marryin g t h e girl bu t I don' t t h i u k h e oa& brin g t h a t abou t withou t asking me , a t any rate. I shall no t b e a t all surprised if h e does as k m e som e of thes e days, for h e h a s not yet. come d o w n n e a r so h a r d on ma—you k n o w w h a t 1 mean—as I expected. I fancy he w a n t s to reserv e t h e chanc e of a last big squeeze. B u t don't tho u be afraid, lad I'll s t a n d b y th e lass a...

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 — 1 June 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURCEOX BAY, WIS., JUNE 1, 1895. •%lstit0jffK^':j_ ^ s ^ k ^ ^ t J pieetiiul ctttiBifrutfter:. ' :'-.-:•:.'. ^if :•. rt^'i f K ^ : - ' ^ W ^ ^ « y e r y Saturday b y t h e \\ I ^ i i ^ i f i i r :#RlNTite, CO. m - : | | S | G S ® :S» WlS.v JUKE.fv f fi5. PV^WE^re} gla d t o - put -the Advocate o n Record a s i a y i n g \" t h e cheapest m o n e y is honest money.-' O u r neighbo r prob - a b l y Iiad i n minti th e U p h a m ' r e d - d o g c o n p o n s . \" ahon t which w e hear d s o /iuuch'IasiJall.:-. '\" ,'\"••/•• •. T E N S o f thousaiuJs of lalroring m e n and wome n In th e m i n i n g a n d manu - facturing regions of th e eastern states, a n d elsewhere, have ha d their , wage s voluntarily raised te n pe r cent,-'within, t h e las t three o r foiir weeks, A n d the democrati c tariff-law' ha« been in oper- i atibo only abou t eight months. W h e n th e movemen t ..starts it goes fast just watc h its operation for th e next four months , an d n...

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 — 1 June 1895

D O Q R C O U N T S ^ E M O C R A * * ^ l l K G E O N B A Y , W I S . , J U K E X, 1 8 9 5 . '••••'••' 'V- Award^ v: ::: ''v::V :- :v :'' Highest Honors—World's Fair, COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS, CREAM BAKING POWWR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder, Fre-j from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40YEARSTHE STANDARD. IN T H E , C O U N T Y . JACKSONPOKT. Merchant LeMere transacted business in Sturgeon Bay on Friday of last -week. Miss Jennie Nugent, of this place, visited triends at Baileys Harbor last week. Mr. and Mrs.T. J. Johnson went to EKR Har- bor last Saturday, returning the same day. The heavy south-easterly Rale on Wednesday, kicked up a tremendous sea on Lake Michigan. One of the Goodrich line steamers called at this port last Wednesday evening, on her way south. Thos. Bessey, one of the thifty farmers of this place, had 25 or 30 cords of wood burned recently. , Our village school is still in session, and will continue work until the middle of June or there...

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