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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 16 September 1887

J - .' . . 5 J VOLUME XI^. ^STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1887: NUMBER 51, fiBOUTTIIERAIEWAYS. QOMMSSSIONER JOHNSTON PRESENTS HIS ANNUAL REPORT. Inter-State Teople Getting at the True Inwardness or Milling.ln-Translt—A JtUjw '.J About Salt Bates—General Classification Under Discussion—An Electrical Gate— JUftler and Hujhit t . -'\"• ^'/i ..'_.' WASHINGTON .dry , Sept 14.»-Ih tboan- al report of Gen. Joseph\"E/ \"Johnson, com* nissioner of railroads, t» tbe-jsgcrelary: of the hterior, which was made Tuesday, it is stated Chat the ro'.ling-stoek, bridges, culverts, work- tops, and other equipments of the Union Pa- cific Railway company, are in an excellent condition. - The total funded debt of the road Dec. 8L 1883, is shown to have been ?115,- 508,630,an increase of $11,445 over the pre- ceding December. The revettueandexpend!- ot the company for the year ended Doc 1, 1886, are given as follows: Receipt*, f&4,- 141,740 expenditures,$30,011,700 surplus, 14,129,u...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 16 September 1887

THE MEDICAL CONGRESS, ^HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL GATHERING OP THE WORLD'S DOCTORS. • Wt DAVIS. Nearly Three Thousand physician* Present —Its Pcleotlflc Results Believed (a I h n Br m of (treat Importance-'-Asslitant Secretary Porter Resigns — A Itoycott • €••Â«—Gold aucl Silver Movement, WASHIHGTON Citv, Sept 12. —The ninth international medical congress adjourned sine, die Saturday, after a meeting that has been of valuable service • to medical science. Dr. N.S. Divis, of Chi- cago, wbo vwas pred dent of the congress, said that it lias proven an ominent success* \"In point of num- ber*,'' lio said, it \"has exceeded all jtast cot*. ' presses, except that at London in 1881. It bad morethau double the number of delegates cf any of the other seven. It is the nbtta c^ngrwu. Or the other eight, five had lefn than !,0o0 dele- gate*. The sixth 1,200 the seventh, which was that at London, had a few over 8,000. The eighth, at Copenhagen, had \\3*J4. The Dumber of delegate* to this congress, as as- ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 16 September 1887

THlTOffiS&OTGti ft •i^fim^^lQII^'^'t^. ENGLISH f££ tANGfoM& HAS BGRFfoWFO. fife?ifc • • ..'•: \" \" . • *: • f U a Interesting J amble of Philological ' )'»eilnctloi»» Not ConkrmpUtetl by Max ^', Mnl'er—A' Qaeer Ll»t for the Carious jftv -*© l o o k Over. '•..,..'\" p But it is pretty certain that tbere is a very \"clbsc counectimi indeed botweou the Tucks t ^ndthe Eneliuh. Wus tbere not a Turkey ijcorapauy founded under Queen Elizabeth! 'Hav e not the English backed up U»e Turks, jiight or wrong, ever since? Wliat is the meaning of British •ympathy for the Bulga- rians, but that these are first cousins of the' Turks in blood, albeit Christiansf If a»iy. (more proof is wanted have we not the simi- larity of thtr Turkish and Turcoman to the /English language to prove it? PhilolojfUts like Max MulJer have warned the world against accidental rind apparent verbal re- semblances, but this is due only to their jeol- . ousy, their desiro to keen things amonjthem- Helves, t...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 16 September 1887

(US mii, mssi ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f e *ttor»ey» »• Co»««efor» »f I.»w, Sturpeoa Boy, Wis. •: Office opposite Exchange Hotel. :•::•?• ^^,&iyrc~..\\ -.•••:-''-• \" •'•'•' j H.MMcNALLT-^ J: fOUNTT JnnnB, ATTOBNKir-AT-BAV.- t SHir&eon BtyriWterOfflcC tnitho Court House. Btun'con office. s-BSWws*^^Of- Office buck the pont- R P. CODY- - .:-.o ...- . v . 4TTOnSET.AT-I,*W, ,8tunrc6n Bay Wis. Collections a Specialty, •• Offloclwck ofthe bonk. , •::••...•••,• • ... .,'•\"•'\" ••.t^.'Ml-BrtfcRiiiAir^^.' • ^••'ri'•'••-'.• v .'••• A- AtUni*jr»BdCoBBH*lor»t l^w, . Colloicloii»c«reftilly'*«Wproniptlr«tten(lc to. AH bUMticas emt by moil will reolv prompt attention. OflT \" . . . . . Keon Buy, Wis. MEW i^Pnftmh' o f e r c ^ p r ^ i ^ a & S ^ i | ^ / . ^ y i ' ,.T^K)p|Coiin^ Wf$b*usji, fey tihq J»aeiwnlei ^ inibl(BhingX\"o^i(i^,^-jrnlch ujl eommunfou '^ ^fj^^^U0a^^6v^- . -. • } On^y^^SiS^Vl^^ ^/i i...i:..i' : .'.- .'61' 50 ^•-nvgwtWSi«^.,w,i:rt Vwiiii'..vv....-.. .' • 73. mo hi...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 16 September 1887

j ^ t O T « ^ ?$&Wffifci& £Stfi** By- csUin ? In, o r sendin g t o -: l - T / - w i M i i f t h e s a m e nitmey y o n taui procure 'iiS&% WASHINGTON STREET j : GREE N BAY, WIS., ' •.: • A n d Investing- in either o f th e following it\" l O C E N T B R A N D S : HEHRY IRVING, YAR1, Li PARTORA, ^ OUR DICKIE, G, A. R,i DAISY and GITY OF STURGEON BAI. BAKIN9 POWOER. _ _ 0 R I N T M E S E - — 5 C E N T B R A N D S : LITTLE CHICKS, PROGRESS, and AGRI- CULTURE. £ ^ ~ A larjre an d vnrled stock o f Genuine • Meerschaum and llrinrwood Pipes constantly un hand, an d sold a t reasonably lo w prices. SAMPLE S OK T H E S E PIPE S SEN T F R E E t o • unv responsible person ordcrtnj\" them. . FURNITURE . !REPAiRlNGl •Of all kind,-), m th e 1'uruituro Hue, promptly attended to. UNDERTAKING. My iindeitakinir department is the most com- ••plcte oyer brought t o this county , and I keep -ottst«:it.l w i hand a large assortmen t ol CASKI-. l'S and Cul'l'lNS. !M HEARSED Le t ou t on mo...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 16 September 1887

WB^^^^^m^S^^^m^^mM^BmSS^^S^Sm i^^^^^?^SSi8S^fsSl^lP^Slrl A young tfrlwsllrJagb^ a stream U aHent thought a mald'sday dream, . - Knelt down upon the glistening nana And there Wrote with her soft, white iMad: .••••Â»|-h»»^.tbe*r :• :,/•.-• .' '?-: .•:-•':',• A youth lay in a great tree's shade. Just ou the border Of the glade, And when the maid had ({One away , He wrote below, tb« self time way: v . . \"llorelbeel\" Years after, in a gr^m mrm «halK A woman «at with silver hair ' . A manly form stood by her Kids, And Mid: \"I love you still, my pride,\" . . AOd soft the gray halreil dame replied: .\" \"I love thee!\" . . —Donald 1L McGregor in New York New*. \"FOOL JIM.\" If we may trust general opinion. It waa • Mrie* of follies. Iieginiiiiig in boyhood -mid continuing during life. James Foljumtm— \"Fool Jim,\" AY the boy* nicknamed hi mat school—and the epithet clung to blni-did, in popular Judgment, tho most silly tilings, and yet prospered. At school ho was noted for his folly...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 16 September 1887
Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 16 September 1887

\" Sa W^^P^^1^K»an ^boja'was.iiii^JleJarMiy tUtiEftiderii'-' • .'.\". -\"•.•. ... Dr. MSfiftVwaa p^nW^ b^f $6m6 x)ne last c|lf|pfr b|. tjhegi$afc ^mfiy/ aria Oakerci^minttibnJjlj-ew '. oiijf jsT good sized'* B&iise an|^ gftre • general Mtv factl^n.^Jj . . C ^ S K ^ V ' . . ^ '-.::/V.I - •John Rowefmasliccifoirtally killed at Side* ifiay?ilti^!ay \"e^nliDg. He wasmakes,only drankmietffiejl':&$&&$ While on hisw$hemfet'a^ teain the driver of wWdftfailed to.See hftio, ami the tongue of the waffonstrnck iiim in the chest from the effects of which he died soon afterl*- ^%:' ': i : ^ . * : - 0 . ^ : -.- - • Qul^ailarge qnairtity of lumber was fo^^Hfting Sear the canal Saturday and the people at that polntspentagood sharet)f the day in gathering it In, sev- eral thousand feqt being picked up. We are informed that about forty .thousand feet were picked up at Horn's Pier and Clay bankB. Nothing ean bo learned of t^eltunber being adrift, ttt.-wap reporte/1 this afternoon that ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 23 September 1887

r°b'*« j i j W^^^S^^P^^^^S^^^^^^^^^^ • t VOLUME XIV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRipAY, SEPTkMBEI^ 23,-1887. •NUMBE1. * DJ. 3i GREAT STATE, TEXAS. |lER PRINCIPAL INOUSTRY SEEMS TO BE FLOURISHING WITH VIGOR, Mlethe Sheriff* Are Wildly Chairing the | Train llobber* Those ttulit Ts-xans Urop Down on a Train, Sjroop «30,00O, aud. Vanish Again—A. Kentucky Episode— Villainy Jn Varlong Guises. FORT WORTH, Tex., Kept 2!.—The through Ixpress train from Sau Francisco on the Texas & Pacific road was 'boarded by traiu I obbsrs at Benbrook Tuesday night, and the |xpres3 and the mail car robbed of $30,000 sorth of packages and letterr. The pas- |sengers weie not molested. The robbers es- »ped, leaving no clue. Two or tlfe men |nounted the cab as the engine pulled out of senbrook. They wore moske 1 and held re- volvers to the heads of the engineer and flre- an, and compelled the engineer to hin the' train, to a high\" tres- tle, the same on which a train Ivaar'robbed last June. \"They, stopp...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 23 September 1887

mmmm fS fM^§M0^M0 mm tpMw** ^ISSttiiSl «3S- ifftifsl i^lfgg^^i^-ftBf ILLINOIS SUPREME COURT SAYS THE ANARCHISTS MUST DIE, SPIES. 'Complete Concurrence nt All the Judge* In the Material Polntu of the Fateful Decision , —Scene In the Court When the Word* of Doom Were 8i»iil:i*n—Judife Mngruder Makes- the Announcement. OTTAWA, Ilk , Sept. 15.-rThe supremo court has handed down a «lu«.-isi« atlirniiug the decision of the criminal court of Cook county in the cnso of the condemned Anarch- ist*, which means that tbo following must bong: August Spies, A 11. Parsons, Samuel Fieldon, Michael Schwab, George Engel, A d o l p h Fischer, Louis Lings. And I hat Osc.ir W. Noebo mtut serve fifteen years , U\\ tbe penitentiary. The date of the execution is Nov. next. At «::'» o'clee! Justice Mngruder begun t h e an- nouncement of the JUSTICE MACIlCDEK dt'fl*nn in t ll O ' case. Just before the opening of courtovcry ono seemed to hove a fooling thnt something was going to happen. Before, the h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 23 September 1887

i^f^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B jMiKOi^^H^awi1 /LEADyiLUE • AND THE RELATIONS teoF^lTS MORALS AND ITS VICES. . ^ ? Place Wliew Justice h Sure and |,y8wirti-Gai«i'bniig «• » KualMt-s*~N»3»y :i|:- f.^^,0~l{.«»,etfe.lIiitl«rSi»picloi»»l,oker | » Faro—Talmiige'g Visit. • , Many peopje areumier the impression that AeadviJle is a very wicked citv. Tin's is a .mistake, l^advillo Ijas its '-morals and its , Tices, and ttie relations-between tlicr.i are somewhat peculiar. It is submitted without : argumenttiatiita community uliicii sends .the presitient.of its First- Natioual bank to the penitentiary for ten years cannot be said to be without considerable moral tone. Lead- •villBdid just that with a man who had be- trayed n trust, and so far has refused to join in a sentimental movement for a pardon. An assaycr of good position, who had .loaned his fcieuce to a conspiracy for stealing rich ore, followed the banker down the Grand canyon and into retirement behind the bai-s. Mine • official...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 23 September 1887

'mm ^ W ^ n ^ i ^ , : ^ ^ ^ ...: ... ... J 1 f-T- r ••• I ' l f i ' ^ v m - ' — ^ f O T Y ) ^ ^ llliS^ilSlPVRD^ V-/« . v*tto™»Jr« Mid Co«a»*lani »t law,- v Bturroou Bay, Wis. -. • Office opposite Exchange goteUv ••.•:-', v-^\"-\".-:v^ . .-/^ .-•\"-'-•-•••. •••• . . H,M.MCNAIXY- roCRTT J0OCIR, AXTOBN£^AT-:LMr. Sturgeon Bay, Wig. Office In the Court Houac. GV W . A I X K S - -• • • A*fTOBREt-*T.l.AW, Sturtroon Bay, Wis. Office back ot tbo poet- offloo. •••' -•-,--.. • • .'.v. -.• . - ••.•Â»• • • R P,3ODY . ATTORMET.AT-I.AW, Sturgeon Bay. Wis Collections a Specialty. Office hack of the bank. L. ~ M.SHERMAN- .••'.\"' '• ' Attorney ad'CrtaauTa at I*w, . Collections carefully and promptly a ttended to. All business sent by mall will lvcelvr prompt attention. Offlco in IJiwrencc'g block. Stur- geon Bay, Win. . ••:': ^ AKINDB^JDEKTNEWSPAPElt'' ^ Ptibllshed every Friday at Sturgeon Bay Door County, 'Wisconguypy tho Independent Publishing Company, to which all communica- tions should...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 23 September 1887

V$*P^*,****mtmm*^m*f^ *vmimm^mmmmmimmmmmmmtiammm^ for Infants and Children. *KSirt^taBoi^«d«pl^tocWM*Batluit I Caatsri* imrw Colle. 3oMHpation I recommend itadsuperiorto any prescription I Boor Stomach, DianixBft, Eructation, kaamtome.\" H. A. Awsnat,-MUfc,^^ I * ^ _'*?£rm8t Si*8* •toeI ' * B d P\"\"\"*** \" ta So. Oxtail8fc, Brooklyn, 3 wftissr i Injtntoni madtotton. tea CwTAtra COSIPA-NT, 188 Fulton Street, K. Y. This representsa healthv ThrOBjbontitSvariety •:•:• .*•:-.. : Jast saci n V. fa as thrv * Who 1 feilflil BILE B E A N 3 . F ^ - - C * ^ o - W o o 0 ^ r - y ar-: •Wroeily a n a promptl y o a i i o Xlvcr, r.:i-:i me t ,\"' Ba« ejrw, 'irhcy consist o f a v e r i t a b l e ee n o c q e e l ' l a medica l &c5e» cc. . Th e U o n.l ICalarta, a n d nynicrsi'.t, a n d . * e 5 S S a l l *s»ran o f fevers, cZtilJs a n d o nso tao truth's UHc? i : » n d U r f c b f s : incase.. tame coai-jmatnizi r.-. i.'. ee Thcvenrot'r.r.Mj r.- ....._f. . l s : c n c s , Sca-S 4 cerit po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 23 September 1887

fe'in.'':. -..'v-----^^^ vSUakefwcare. :lub 11 to 12. find na y for com na in verr much oatt?oC breath-, ^ii^ HM^feni y « r ^ H , ^ - «t^ ^ ^-i. ^ ^ ^ » J ^ • *,,,. ^.i^\":-\\»:-'. ••/.\".'-:..-..*'-••• -. •-•••. • v \" A V Y * FROM A TWO YEARS SENTENCE , JtocK from d two years'sontehcel • And,thr,ugh Ithnd been ten, . • : . . You think, I were starred no deeper 10 the. eye* of.niy.fctlow-'mep,'•'.•'•• - \"Myfellaw incur'—sounds like a satire, You tiling—anil I so allow, ','.'•• Here, iirnty*hdine since childhood— ***\" Yet more than a stranger nowI : Tnnion. Korwholly a stranger, For I have ft w|re ami chi^l %at woman has wept for two long years,. : And yet last night she smiled! Smiled, as I leapt from the platform ', orthe nildnlRht train, and then- All that I knew was that smile of hers, And our babe in iny arms again! Bank from a two years' sentence— But I have thought the whole thing through— A hint of it came when the bars swung back And I looked straight up In the blue O...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 23 September 1887

t^wMti-^mit. tAPTiikt OF'-'A SUPPOSED SPY K VSIDE JHE FEDEftAL LINES. IN- T^Ue Suspect Au*wvo-» Every Question .••Â«Â» Stral-ctit a» a String\"—Algebra' in a f' Boot—Kcpeutinc tl«e Itotl—Entrapped at Last. • . •\" • L Just before Sherman oilvnneeil on hishoiibr fJeorgirt campaign a man supposed to lie a Coiif«.lef.itfl sipy \\vas' one day' nrnisieri iu n jfriinn ?inip.'• He. was in Fede.ml unirorm but, bis look aiifil iuii|tiu£ were uuinistakahly 'ipii.tlM.rit.' lie ehiinieil to belong tortie-i- ment in unother camp about two miles nway, Ami he was sent to tins guard house until his assertion could be.verified, or disproved. It SvAs in the camp of \"a Wisconsin regiment that the spy. who gave his naue as George Swift, WJIS anww L He hud come, there os- tensibly to visit-friends, but some\" o£ the boys had s--eeu him slyly talcing .notes, und he hud asked such question* ut no private Federal soldier would have any use. for. The boys bad no sooner got the fdea that the stranger ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 23 September 1887

mmsM m private carriage for Green Bay. After a short bridal trip to Chicago, they will go to Xi«atheni, Mich., where they, will reside, Mr/llendricks (a nephew of Urs. Leathern) being book-keeper ID the store of Leathern & Smith at that place. He was formerly in theirstore here, so is no stranger to our people. His friends re- joice with him -for the prize: he has se- cured, and hare great faith that he-will show himself worthy of her whoso hand he has-won. Mrs. Hendricks has the warmest wishes of every one that her life may be fall of happiness. Esteemed and loved by all, her going- away from as is greatly regretted—no one could be more sorely missed from our circle of young people. It wonld have better suited Fanny's and Porter's many •friends if they could have settled here. We would like to see new homes added to our place, instead of old homes robbed by these marriage occasions. But going or staying, joy be with them. got. becalmed in crossing somewhere, and will probably ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 30 September 1887

VOLUME XV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1887. NUMBER 1. PIE PRESIDENTS TOUR. I OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF TIMES OF ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE. WASHINGTON CnY, Sept 22.—The follow- ing outline of plans or the presidential trip \"ifest and south was issued Wednesday night from the executive mansion: The president and Mrs. Cleveland will leave Washington next.weekon Friday for an absence of three weeks in the west and south. The other members of the party will be the president's private secretary. Col. Lamont, and two per- sonal friends of the president, Mr. Wilson S. Bissell, of Buffalo, N. Y., his\" former law partner, and Dr. Jo*eph Jlryant, of New York, who was a member of his military staff while governor. . The party will leave Washington by the -Pennsylvania railroad Friday, Sept. 30 at 10 a. m. arrive at Indianapolis Saturday, Oct l,*at 11 a. ni. Leave Indianapolis Saturday, Oc t 1, at 8 p. m. arrive ac Terre Haute Sat- urday, Oct 1, at 5:30 p. m. Leave Terro Haute Satu...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 30 September 1887

ms itSSLfiOFdmPl 8COl(lA'3 CRACK ^ACHT NO MATCH •FOR THE VOLUNTEER. ,. ,:-,: .v-,:-.,-....,..,-•• • • , ,'•••,'-•'.. • ,•.'•-••'.••'.•':'•,••• • ..•'•:^?? anter OOM for, the Prize nnd \"Gets There'' Behind Time—Uncle 8am M i l Knowi^ Hpir to tlulld Uoats That Can Travel tA Win—A Race That Seem* \\ to Settle the Scrips. \\ Bfcw YORK, Sept\\ 2s., —Tho day\\for the first .of the great international yacht races broke under unfavorable circumstance*. A heavy, smoky mist, nlmcwt a fog, liungWer the bay, and what little wind-, there, was scarcely sufficed to ripple\\be water. Every- body predicted that it w&uld be n \"Thistle' day.\" if there should bo', any.-'race at all.\\ Early as 5 o'clock in tho morning thousands of persons were astir and in reVliness to seek Whatever coaveyanci was' available to \"tho scene of the great contest, and the excursion steamers were filled to their ulmoHUU an early hour., IVhen it was still\" nearly on hour before tho starting time the upper bay waaafl...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 30 September 1887

'A'y-rr-'r'r^'-r^'-'lii '••fej^filllg mm if SYSTEM. W^FORTUNES ]WERE MAD£ BY 'UNSCRyPULOUS COWBOYS.- iWck of Gathering a Herd of Vouug ttleoAlterliig UraudK us a.High Art-, stable Instances or Skillful Altera* »».''•. - , '...--, j'Cattle raising in Texas is not wbat it rise*! 'tbe,\"said a veterau stockman. „ \"I don't r«i to soy there's 110 money in the business ?, only that it is carried on differently-- bro legitimately, I n» lifc say—than it used V . . Wiry, wh«ii 1 was just learning to . k to luicking: poHie*. men.without a cent J.tlieir jeans weie coming into tho state mid lynching ont ns big cattle owners. There ro'fortunes onido in u couple of years that ild hardly bo accumulated in a lifetime at lie.business now. How was it done? Til tell J*What was knonn as the maverick system Pas in vo^tie then. A maverick is a jWrlinj* lalf that has escaped the branding iron. VVliere there were large herds of cattle it Mteii happened that soino were overlooked nt branding time, an...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 30 September 1887

V-/i AHor»«i«MdCe«»irtorii«tli»w, Sturjfeou Bay, Wig. Office opposite Exchange Hotels t w-':^.: :'-v -'-.-'' • • ^ -\"•.-'..' •••-•'• . twrsTTJCiMMt, Sturgeon Bay. Wig. Office in tho CourtHouno. R.!».CODT-Wis. W.A£LRS-r- :,-•'•• K ATTOBNCT-AT.fcAW, Stuiyoon Bay, Wig, Offlo:o back: of the post- ,Office., ::•'-.••• .-••• •• • ..•... .. .:-: -..:. , . . •:..---.. - . ATTOIlSET.AT.lAir, Sturgeon'Bay, Collections a Specialty. ' QifloPbaokof thottahfc. ' L.M•••:•SHERMANd . - \".'••-: . • • • Attorney aa Co»»elo at t*w, Collections carefully and promptly attended to. All business sent by mall Trill roceiv. prompt attention. Offlco in Lawrence's block, Stur- .gcon Buy Wis.: ' '__•\"• ^PHVSICIANS^ F. MULLEN- PbrnleUn and KarffeOB, . -1' Sturgeon Bay,-wis,- Surjrorya special—nuiok. efficient and careful Work guaranteed. All female afllictlons treated undcrstandlne-ly. Office tlrst door south of Stuoreon Eay Meut Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.'g drug store. Onlted States -pcnal...

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