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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 October 1893

G O S S I P ABOU T P E O P L E . Siu J O H N .T. C. A-BHOTT, e x - p r e m i e r of Canada , is critically ill a : Montreal . J O S E PH • JiCFrKiisox lias b e e n elected p r e s i d e n t of t h e IMayors' Club to suc- ceed t h e late Edwi n I'.ooth. \\ V I L I J A M W A L D O R F ASTHI: ha s place d his millions at t h e c o m m a n d of C. C h a m b e r l a i n , a note d civil engineer , who will a t t e m p t to substitute electrici- ty for stea m in propelling ocea n Bteam- ships . T H E uiuiibe r 10 is very noticeable i n t he lite of A. Xorthup,\" Ra y County, Missouri. H e was bor n o n Jul y 10. li e lias a b r o t h e r who' is ten 1 year s older, also b o r n o n July. 10. Ilis wife is te n year s younger , also b o r n July Hi. iNorthnp enlisted Jul v 10 an d was dis- charge d Jul y 10. H o fought o n Island iCo. 10. He\" h a s ' a l s o t e n childre n an d wear s No . 10 shoes . SEE TO IT that you're not pu t off with some poor substi- tute, when you ask for Dr. Pier...

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 — 21 October 1893

DOOR GOimTy DEMOCRAT. JEntered at the pottoffice at Sturgeon Bay, at leeoTid class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY P I N N B Y & S H E P A R D , Editor* and Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. 8PKCIAI, NOTICK. All persons addressing communications to the Doon COUNTY DEMOCUAT, will please address the publishers and not tho paper alone. Always address as follows*: * PINNKY & Snist'ARD. Publishers. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. I F the Milwaukee Sentinel could bring about the complete overthrow of the silver aet repeal movement, ami could lay the blame at the door of democracy, it 'would, not hesitate a moment to d o it. In fact, from the editorials in that paper, there is room for a doubt if it real J v favors repeal at all. W E know now who that \"prominent democrat --\" (?) is that, sits at the ri^ht hand of the Advocate to furnish it new s regarding the democratic doings. Hi s hand appeal's in the Advocate again this week. H e is prominent in other circles than democracy, as ...

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 — 21 October 1893

BUFFALOES IN ENGLAND. Specimens of the Pew Survivors Shipped Across the Atlantic PORTABLE HOG PENS. Tfcey Go Far In the Direction of Mj»lntat»- tnjr Fertility. George Wylie, a well-known swin e breeder, uses portable swine pens. H e correctly says that w h e n th e ground 1 around th e pe n becomes foul b y con- Tho Experiment of Itrccdius the Animals tinued occupation, these pens are easily I moved t o a fresh location, an d th e : ground previously occupied by them plowed u p and a crop or t w o raised from it, thereby purifying th e soiL After tw o or three years it can be again seeded t o grass and th e pens returned Calls lr A. H. Chandler the attention of the public to a A WOOLLY CURIOSITY. «Golden Klnjr,\" a Sheep with a Remark. ( able History. \\Ve present a likeness of that mar velous sheep, '•Golden King,\" belong- ing t o Hon. It. E. ton, O. This animal ha s tory. It is a direct descendant from the identical sheep whose wool was ex- hibited in 1859 a t Cleveland O., a ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 October 1893

DOOB COONTY DEMOCRAT. ST0RGEO N BAY, W J S . K N N E Y & S H E P A R B - Publichers. NEW SUBJECT FOR DEBATE. Antt-Repsa! Members Lay a Clever Trap for Thair Opponents. * , WAsniNriTox, I). C , Oct. 14.—The sil- ver senators declare to-day that the y have th e .Senate tied tip in such a kno t t h a t th e silver question tu n he slaved oft' for an y indefinite time. T h e try wa s cleverlv 1 aid, am i it was Senator Vilas w h o o u t i.ia foot it. Th e tangle, which resulted in a n adjournmen t Ian! nidi! . is ih e out- com e of'a eleverly laid jlo originated by Senator Dubois an d e e-ut- t h r o u g h t h e hel p of Senator Tell'-r. T h e silver m e n kne w tliat on a ro b call wher e part s would have to he rcegni/e that tlie re - peal member s would no t he able to obtain a quorum , 'houg h on a rail of th e Semite, in which pairs can be violoted, a quoru m war? present . T h e difficulty then came to obtain a roll call. Sena!or Teller examine d th e rule* and discovered what...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 October 1893

' : s Sil ffl-llll »Theveanchor*seilINthe . Awful Record of the Northwest j %ifiale Along the Great In- ' v^sli :-^h:'iliaiici Lakes. i l i l e M RICHMONDFOUlDlRS fjsi&a^'fcwi^ ))Y: ) 9l]^ t:h^ THE STKA1TS. On steamer and five tow barges dragged their n Straits and weiit ashore. were th steamer C. F. Curti* and her consorts Isabe Heed, NY (.'. Holland and T. S. Fassett between I'otnt Sable and-ClVeboy- Cousin- nan, and the barge* Knight Toiiijilur and Sweepstakes, lit' the steamer Salina's tow. between Chcbnygan and IhtncanCity. -The stranded vessels .were all upward bound in light trim for lumber cargoes. . \" US I.AKK Hi-'IIOS. The tugs Aeme\" and Reliance were com- Wiled to drop a rait of'4, H'K feet of pine -togs and run in the direction of \"Thunder Bay for shelter. The Acme sprung aleak and sunk, and the Reliance rescued Iter: crew. ' .... • • -.-.. 'S:S^ J The schooner Volunteer ran aslipreYat Port Austin. \" hdte lies on a ^jn^vi:b6t|.J0irt^, / Oweti Sound reports the c...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 October 1893

THE HANDY MECHANIC. Bow Ho Can Supply the Farm Kitchen with Hot Water. A friend of mine has not only carried water into the kitchen in pipes, but with his own hands has made a connec- tion for the kitchen stove, which heats an abundance of water for all house- hold purposes without lifting and with- out any danger of explosions from steam. A box holding 4 to 20 gallons of water must be mounted near the sink and lined with copper or tin or a strong Iron-bonnd keg will do. In either case it must not have a tight-fitting lid, or an explosion of confined steam would result To fill the tank, a short piece of pipe or trough is placed so that Water will run from the cold-water faucet into It (See A in cut) Another faucet for the water from the tank makes the work easier than dipping \\% ou t The heating is done as follows: The water tank is higher than the kitchen stove, A pipe connected with the box at the ^bottom is carried along the wall to the back of the stove, enters it through the p...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 October 1893

f OL. I. ST?f§GlEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCT. ,:2g, l#93* SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertlaementi under this head will be Inserted for tw o cents per line each insertion. A SHOOTING MAlXjirTaTturi^vS^ur^be given at Michaci Curmodv's. Town of Efrt Harbor, Saturday, Oct. 28. Kvery body is in- vited to attend. Senergetic ITUATION WANTED.-By intelltaeut and young man. as first, or assistant book-keeper in manufaetnrim* or mercantile establishment. Address P . W. H.. care of this office. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. .'Also violins, aecortteons, et c Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on tuc tit Opera Hall. ''- B. HAHN. Wroom ANTJ5D-T0 RENT.—A live to otsht house or cottage. One story build- ing preferred. Must be in food condition and located tfenr business part of citv. Address, M., care of this office. WANTED.—KVerfv body to know that we do qVery kina o job printing, neatly, and prom...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 October 1893

DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINNEY & SHEPARD - Publishers. FIRED AT THE RUSSIANS. Man Weary of'the Pomp and Show Turns a Gun on the Merrymakers. PARIS, Oct. 21.—A sup7ose maniac lias.disturbed tiic peaceful programme of the Russian visit and Jiat east a dam- per over tlio festivities. Earl}' thin morning as the Russians were returning to the military clubaffera day of enjoy- ment, a man who was in the crowd watching the Russian oiiieers enter the club suddenly drew a re- volver, ..«rid iired it into ti e thick of the throngs of people assem.- blcd on the Place do 1'Opera. The ..'•'•'' hot caused a panic, for it was. believed that one of the Russians hud been shot in fact, the report spread that an at- tempt bad been made upon the life of Admiral Avellan by a German fanatic. This report, however, is without foun- dation. The man who fired the shot into tin- crowd waH promptly m-i/'d by eitizenu Ami handed over \"to the police who made a rush in force to the\" sce...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 October 1893

.MARINE-NEWS. Dfc-moiT, M i c h . , Oct . 1!).—The o w n e r s of t h e s c h o o n e r K i v c r s i d e , o f t h i s p o r t , h a v e g i v e n Tier u p fo r lo*i. S h e saileil[ fro m K e l - lev'^ Islar.d , L a k e K r k y l a s t ' F r i d a y n i o r n i n : w i t h a e a r ^ o o f liTO t o n s o f l i m e s t o n e l o r T o n a w a n d a , - N . Y. , a n d . n u t a t r a c e o f lu-r ] h a s wiie e b e e n d i s c o v e r e d . T h e c r e w w e r e : I ). J . F A K K I N C T O X , ' m a s t e r , o f D e t r o i t . i . MiK . F A U B I . N O T O . N, t h e c a p t a i n ' s w i f e , ! c o o k . . „,•-'••' • • J O S E P H IlAiti.-r.K.WKs, t n a t e , o f D e t r o i t . JAJIN 1 I A J W I : K . W R S , s o n o l t h e a b o v e , sea - ,-rii'ait. ' VV'iu.tAM K A V M O S P , s e a m a n , residence . u n k n o w n . , J O H N P A U S E , s e a m a n , r e s i d e n c e u n k n o w n . W I L L I A M WiiKAtAit, s e a m a n , residence' u n k n o w n . •')••• \\i T h e H i v ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 October 1893

JTBUSHED WF.KBXY BY P I N P i H Y & S H E P A R D , ! HAftR AftHNT V HFIIAARfl T s ' f c e American manufacturer • claims get his sharp, and the more busings? 1 J S S J \\ # \\ J ! ! . , / . J ^ 1 n , , M . a right the Americen market for faistWan he secured by «ni««d effort, Entered at the jXHtojfrt ai sturgeon Bag, at \\ , \" . . . . . , the better it will he for t\\\\ lVh«» -. \\ attend Ja»i mittrr. products: and he insists upon and has \" \" - \" * u ' • ' \" * , ! l w ' IOT an. vneii,a | obtained a high tariff. to^eeore him in K ^ E ™ £ p Z p E . T l S S u i X 1 Ufms assumed .right. J he' European o t h e r i n l M e -, r f HJ3 i nes | an ,fgood names Kdit«™ a n d rr»P - I n»»pfartuiVT wants, our surplus brawl th more rapidly will utter nu n com.. [ — ^ w ~ - , ~ , , . — . , X. ^ „ , , ^ .„ i a»'i meat. His employe* have need of to all. stand together for advance- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 P£« YEAR. it. But if he cannot veil hi* surplus ..,l?'!n.t °* ever...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 October 1893

HILLSIDE CELLAR. FEEDING BIG HOGS. i Some Valuable Statistics Furnished by I'rof. Henry. i Results sho\\V that for a pip weighing i 100 pounds about one and a half of ! grain is required for the mere main- | tenance of the animal body, writes i Prof. Henry. If, therefore, we bring J to our 100-pound pig each day one and | a half pounds of the grain, mixture , above mentioned, the animal merely i holds its own weight and makes no j progress, so that at the elose of the day our pound and a half of feed has dis- EDISON'S FATHER. A Few Words About Iro and Cold Storage on the'Farui. The handling of fhv.h iner.t is direct- ly dependent upon artificial refrigera- tion and in no other direction are its ! appeared, our pig is one day older, but benefits more marked or widespread, j no heavier in weight, and we have The cattle of the western plains have i nothing to show for the food supplied, become the daily food of those living at i The amount of meal required to thus the antipodes. In ten...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 October 1893

l^WJ: C H A P T E R X X I — C O N T J O T E D . . • • I t was hard, very hard to have to wait '•lliere inactive and '.utiles.* the daily scenes of Jiitmun suffering which she was bound to wittier, and to see men treat tlieir fellow men as they mb'hi have treated tlija wild beasisof the jmnr'c, by chaining them, mid lasliittL'them into subjection, and oxcreis- •• ing a sleepless vh-ilanee over UJCJII, ready o n the instant to slam! them down if they snowed tho slightest, di-position to bo rc- Iractoiy or to rend their bonds. One day poor Baehcl did actually see a young maw barbarously shot because his outraged pride getting the bettor of bis dis- cretion, lie resented with ti lilow some dastardly insult of a petty officer. On tlio instant, at fho. officer's command, the rifles of Mie gentries were raised, and the hapless amrHiainod victim was .shot with no more 'compunction than they would have s.hol a ma d dog. Knclui saw this inhuman—no, this very human—scene with her'own eyes and ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 October 1893

THE MEIUU1DS. BY KATE G.• IUCH.VKKSON. Late ntcvon come the monnaids, • Borne iijwn the rfcinpr tide. TJirotigh the cool translucent waters, .'.\" From the depths of ocean wide. Gold hair softns tniiling mosses. That incoming tides bedew, .Blue eyes esilm as sens in summer, Skin'that steals from shells its hue And the voiee we hear at even, •\" Laughing sweet tilon ? the slvore, •And wo listen lreatlilOts fearing : We may hear it nevermore. A Little licariiing . A little learning may b e a dangerous thing, but the capacity\" to talk readily upon an y topic that corner u p ip not without its social value. Th e bright, young woman wh o yx-ts up \" H e r . I'oint of V i e w \" in th e Ne w York Times tells this Btory: \"1 do study up for a din-, ner,\" admitted a n ingenious young woman wh o goes to a good many -Bitch entertainments i n the course o f th e season, ''and I don't know that 1 am ashamed to tell of it. Whe n my invi- tation coinep, a s it always does o f course some days, ...

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 — 28 October 1893

IN THE, COUNTY. LITTL E STURGEON . Frank Marshek, Jr. , Is visiting the World's Pair this week. Geo. Wright,'of Sturgeon Bay, vis- ited friends a t Little Sturgeon a few-carrying days la9t week, Anton Sehultz, of Cedar River, wh o formerly resided i n this town, wa s here em business Saturday. Onr population wa s increased by tw o last week, the happy fathers being Jaco b Bulist and John Bingardner. Walter Norton, formerly teacher i n district No. 1 of this town, visited here Sunday. H e i s teaching in Brussels this year. Three of our .teachers, John Eiehinger, Miss Mary Marshck and Geo. M. To'ng, attended the teachers' meeting held at Sturgeon Bay Sat urday, John Peltier and Godfrey Laviolelte are having good success lately, catching atf high a s 1500 pounds of whitehVh, besides quantities of herring. EGG HAKJ50R. ^Many people are much pleased to have JDr Ames located here again. ^ Very few deer have been taken here -sofar , and the hunting season will soon beover. • i Almost ever...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 November 1893

VOl^I . t i l ^ SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under this heail will be Inserted fop tw o cents per line each insertion. Fpower. OR SALE—One second-hand one-horse trea d Suitable for any licht work. Will sell cheap. Call on FRITSCHLKR BROS, Well Sinkers, Sevastopol or Sturgeon Bay. Wis Senergetic ITUATION WANTED.-By intelligent and young man, us first, or assistant book-keeper in manufacturing or mercantile establishment. Address F . VV. H., care of this office. ATStyle COST—I haVe several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accordeons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save i t least 25 per cent, by calling on me at. Opera Hall. B. HAHN. WANTED.—Everybodyprintingw to'kno that we do every Uina of job , neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office. W ANTED—Everybody to know that the best and cheapest place in Door county to get Job Printing is at this oMce. Send your'orders FQR SALE.—A one hor...

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

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINKEY&SHEPARD - Publishers. HARRISON SHOT DEAD. Mayor of Chicago Assassinat- ed by a Crank. CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 29.—Mayor Carter Henry Harrison was shot three times while standing in the hallway of his home at 2-11 Ashland Boulevard last evening at 7:25 o'clock, by a man giving his name aH Eugene Patrick Prender- Rafit. He died fifteen minutes later. Prendcrgast after firing the shots, the last of which was fatal, walked quietly down the street to the Desplaines .Street elation, where lie (rave himself up. lid • was noon after removed to the central office in the city hull. About 7:'M, when the family had leftquestions the dinner table, the door \"bell rang. Mary Hanson, the parlor maid, an- swered the. call, J* young man asked to see Mr. Harrison. \"What name shall I give?\" asked the maid. \"A city official,\" was tho reply. Mayor Harrison left the tableland nd- Yaneed from the dining-room info tho hall. The murderer, who was fully ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 November 1893

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO FARMER AND, HOUSEWIFE. BoOta Cboklnj- Water Courses an d TUc Drains—KxperimcntlBg o a th e Farm—A Fable for Har d Times—HORS Appreciate Comfort—Odds and Ends. regularity is th e most frequent cause of introducing trouble into a herd.—' W. M. W., New York Times. Roots in Tile Dmliis. Some striking instances are Riven in th e New England Farmer of the !«\",\"., \"\"T\"°\" ,*V' , \"*T*t L \" \",* 1U U choking of water courses ana tile - ™ ^ T l e ? g \\ o t ^ e s e ^ c t e i drains by th e roots of trees. I n these ' a c r u c l n , a n , n d e e d whoTtw^not i cases the roots entered a t the joints between th e pieces of tile. To pre-1 i„„„.i„„«. _ \" \" \"\"\"*\"•' V T e n t this c l o s i n g it is regarded as ! u x u n a n t o r expensive a r n g e d Hogs Appreciate Comforts. Hogs are very susceptible to changes in the weather. This is shown-by their restlessness before storms and their careful preparation of warm beds before the approac...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 November 1893

DOOR 60UNTY DEM06RAT. Entered at the jiottolftce at Sturgeon Hay, as »econl dim matter. PITBUSIIEB WKKKLY BV P I N N E Y & S H E P A R D , ICdltor* and 1'roprtetorH. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. Sl'ECIAI, NOTICK. All persons addressing communications to the BOOR COUNTY DKMOCUAT, will tileiise address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: PlJiSKY & SlUIPAHO. Publishers. Sturgeon Uay. Wis. S T U R G E O N BAY . W I S . , NOV . 1, 1893 EDITORIAL. O N M o n d a y evening, Oct . 30th, th e - U . S. Senat e . passed the unconditional repeal bill, by a vote of 43 to 32, repeal- i n g th e silver purchasin g clause of th e S h e r m a n act. O n Wednesday the house passed th e bill by a large majority, an d a n hou r an d a half afterwards it wa s signed b y president Cleveland, an d th e •'bill becam e a law at once. T h e com- pulsory purchases of silver by th e U. S. is ended . H E I I K is a n item that voters will d o well to cutout, an d pa...

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

A BARN FOR SHEEP. Flans of a Structure for One Hundred ' ami Fifty Animals. Our illustration is of a baru designed j to shelter 150 sheep. It is 30x50 feet j with a \"lean to\" shed on the south and I east The lambing- pen, 12x12 feet, .shearing floor or shepherd's room, 13x13 feet, and gTain bin, 0x12 feet, occupy a space 12 feet wide across the south end. The lambing pen is divided into two parts by a partition running north and south and each half can be again divided into three pens by mova- ble partitions indicated by the dotted line in the figure. A root cellar under the shearing- room is reached by a trap door and stairway. The grain bin is divided into apartments for oats, corn, oil- meal, bran, et c A feeding alley 4 feet wide runs from the shearing-room to the north end of the barn dividing this portion into two sections, E and Q.shows These two parts are divided by the movable partitions indicated by dotted lines. The shed A, is 54 feet long by A SHEEP BABN. 12 feet deep ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 November 1893

CHAPTER XXIII CONTINUED * ••.... In most caw* a runaway was not pursuednot i. -.-.,tiur, for there was a common sayinc amongst » - the-officers of the garrisons and stations ! ?Wrh«n a man had £ot away, that Nature JWoald briiif back tho escaped prisoner, .Which meant that owing to tho dilllciiltr.es •'.''li would experience i\" traversing the in- Iio«pituble country, and the hunted-animal nortoflife lie would have to lead, inas- much as every mart's hand would ho aguiiiKt, him, he would give himsolftip.at the first station he could reach. Uke all BUCII sayings this one had to ho -taken with qtudUicstions. It was quite ':••' true many rtiiiawnys cave thernijelve.-i up. yl The horrible hardships they were compelled \"t o face appalled them, rind they soon came •''••!\"-td' bcliove that the slavery and wretched- • ' nets of convict life were preferable to the . t o r t u r e of wind and body thatjhad to bo endured in trying to-get free. Neverthc- • less, a great number [who escape...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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