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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 January 1894

A New England Miracle. RAILROAD ENGINEER RELATES . HIS EXPERIENCE. The tVomlerful Story Told by Fred C. Voso and Ills Mother-in-I.aw td a Itcportsr of tlic Boston Herald. Both Are Kostored After Years of Agony. [Fu-m the Button Herald.] The vast hcalth-jiivmg results already alti ibtited by the newspapers through- out this country and Canada to llr. AVilliains' \"Pink Pills for. Pale People\" have been-recently supplemented by the. crees of two cpnlirmod invalids iii j one household in a New England town. The names of these people are Fred (.'. Vose, his wife and his niother-in-iaw, I Mrs. Oliver C. Holt, of Peterboro, i members of the same household. j To the JIa-idd reporter who was sent | to investigate his remarkable cure Mr. j Voso said: \"I am 'M years old, ami have been railroading'for Fitchlmr}* lor 15 i rears. Since boyhood 1 have been j troubled with a\" weak stomach. For j the past 7 years I have suti'ered terribly ! and constantly. My stomach .woul d j not retain iood my...

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 — 27 January 1894

'County Board Proceedings. [VonHnuftifrom la»t.week.I SIXTH B A Y Monday. Nov. 20th, 10 o'clock A . \"M. Hoard m e t p u r s u a n u o adjournment . Chair called th e weetint t o order. Cleric called ib e roll. M e m b e r s al l present . .Saturday's journa l r e a d an d approved. M d l o adjourn until 2 o'clock P. Jl . for t h e F . Wel'-ever, justice fees. S t a t e of W i s . vs . Alber t S m i t h . . . . ': r 5T K . C T r u m a n , constabl e fees, .State of Wis . vs . Alber t S m i t h . . , . . 8 2» M.H!ttcnberR.v.iiue.ssfe a a n d irav- i. . S t a t e of W i s vs . Albert S m i t h 1 10 i HatUc. A. Kit ten per .', witnes s fees arm tn»v-l S t a t e of Wis . vs. Al- b c r t S m i t h 1 10 Isaa c VVieklium, w i t n e s s fees .an d travel. S t a t e of W i s . vs . Albert S m i t h 1 21 convenience, of c o m m i t t e e s , j J o h n Shields, witnes s fees an d trav - Tw o o'clock P.M . Chai r called t h e m e e t i n g j el . S t a t e ot Wis . vs . Albert S m i t h 1 1M...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 February 1894

VOX.. 2. I^TUftGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEB. 3, 18Q& lilMI^^Bii SPECIAL COLUMN. I Advertisements under thin head will be I inserted for tw o cent* per line each insertion. AT COST—I have .several pianos and new i style organs which I will seilat cost toclose i out stock. Also violins, aceordeons. etc. Any- one in need of such* instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me at. Opera Hall. ». HAHN, WANTED.-—Everybodyprintingw to kno that we do every luna of job , neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office Circuit court convenes nextjlt'ueaday, the 6th inst. '--. :\"I ivS^l-^Kt'''' Never was sleighingi^b^j^tban it is just at present. :'''/: WANTED—EverybodeyitnoDoowcountthteobestt kno that and cheapest plac r y Ko Job Printing is at this office. Send your orders. WLarson, ANTED—DRESSMAKING. bvMiss Dora rooms on second' floor of Capt. McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. FOB SALE.—By G. YV. Allen, of this city, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 February 1894

IIOOBDOONTY DEMOKRO. STURGEON BAY, W I S . HNNEY'&SHEPAB.D - Publishers. HUN .MINERS RIOTM. Non-strifcers .Driven from WorK and .Col- liers/Property Destroyed by •the Mob. PiTTsr.uEG/Pa., Jan. 27.—The foreign Striking miners along the Panhandle Railroad are rioting in thte vicinity of Mansfield, J*&., and serious troubleis ap- prehended. Sheriff Richards was noti- fied this morning.that the situation was critical and.tie immediately lelt for the scene with twenty-five deputies. Oth- ers will follow him later. The foreign- ers are in an ugly frame of mind be- cause the English-speaking miners re- turned to work at the .reduced rate, and they are determined to bring them out of the mines. Between 300 and 400 foreigners, rmostly Hungarians, assembled near jWoodvillo about daybreak, and, armed cwith revolvers, clubs and stones, (inarched on the mines now in oper- ation. Armstrong's works were first visited and th e miners com- pelled to flee Tor their lives. The rioters next wie...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 February 1894

THE GREAT HESPER, =TALE OF A BIG DIAMOND. .How an Immense Gem Wa s Lost, Recovered, and Lost Again. CHAPTER XIV. My engagement with Edith hotel accommodation. In an y case,, my dear fellow, you can sive me no more acceptable testimony of your af- fection than in availing yburself.freely and fully of my pecuniary assistant- ance.\" The cutting referred-to vine-growing and fruit culture in Southern Califor- nia- but before I read a single line of it I had made up my mind t o be a t San Diego t o receive Edith and her father in the summer. broken off that evening. I had not'the faintest hopes of re- -coverine the lost diamond, and, when I,told .Sir Edmund my i-easons for despairing, he did not attempt t o con- real his satisfaction with regard t o my •determination. \"A ma n should never be dependent • on his wife. It must necessarily be a .source of humiliation t o him and no ^gnan sutlers humiliation without in -••time losing his own seif-respect. That will .never, I hope, be your lo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 February 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOGRftT. 'Entered at the potto fflce at Sturgeon hay, at second class matter, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV PINNEY & SHBPARD, Kditoro arid proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. '' 8PKCLA1* NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCIIAT, will please address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: PINNEY & SnEl'Aim, Publishers. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., FEB. 3. 1804.and EDITORIAL. Ad- \"PUOTECTIOMST,1' in last week's vocate, is the only style of • political ar-pretentions gument that paper ever could make, and even then it has to get. some \"old Stager1' to eall the \"other fellow\" .•names. ___.„_ - ''•\"',- I). K. TENNKY recently delivered a .lecture in Madison, on the text: All hien are not created equal.\" The Advo- cate, in a big headline, says he \"contra- dicts the constitution.\" Can the blind ^ead the blind? Shall Ihey not both fall sinto the ditch?' THE Milwaukee Journal suggests Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 February 1894

* MODERN FEED BINS. Bow an Old Barn \"Was RciirraiiRoU at a Small Outlay. On the Flicks farm the barns are old, and were also originally very incon- venient for modern methods of hand- ling an d storing produce, and for th e stabling and feeding of cattle. They have been rearranged, however, so a s t o mak e them answer th e desired pur- poses very well, indeed. Th e barn containing the co w stables is, like most of th e old-time barns, very low. Th e stables are o n th e same level a s th e ground outside, an d originally many posts obstructed th e free passage of feeders an d milkers bu t these have been largely removed, s o that on e ea u move about freely. Th e ceiling is low, there being little headway for a tall man. There is a double ro w of stan- are elevated, run t o th e desired place . and dumped. There is little lifting. T h a i bran is purchased b y the car load whe prices are most favorable. At the en d 6i th e passage between ! the bins just described is the starch- f...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 February 1894

B1ALEUEALEEABING WiLL BE FOUND IN THIS PARTMENT. PE- Crlndgtone That Hoes Awny With th e Small Boy— Good Farms and Good Farm* era—Care of food — Weevil In VSTorld'8 Fair Grain. A Bicycle Grindstone. Th e accompanying cut shows bow a'grindstone may be easily and cheaply set up on any farm and in a manner so as to dispense with th e small boy as a motive power. Two solid triangular pieces of framework should be made, in each of which is a strong upright piece 1 I with a groone DD in which the axle of the grindstone rests. Between th e tri- angles should lie placed a pan C, to t h e first ones. Wire a feV poles t o each set, filling i n th e spaces with straw firmly crowded into position. By having a door a t one side th e re- sult will be as warm a room as can be made irom boards and straw In a barn basement. For shedding rain properly, make one side three or four feet higher than the* other, or make it level, putting a load of straw\" on top iu th e form of a pyramid t o shed the rai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 February 1894

EXPERIENCES IN TjHE WEST. T w o M e n i n a » B u g g y a n d a W i l d C r o w d .of I n d i a n s A f t e r Thcru . T h e w e s t e r n f r o n t i e r s m a n o f t e n s e e m s t o h o l d i n s l i g h t e s t e e m t h e s o l d i e r s w h o a r e s e n t f o r t h e p r o t e c - t i o n o f t h e b o r d e r . H a v i n g l e a r n e d I n d i a n m e t h o d s b y m a n y h a r d k n o c k s . h e d o u b t l e s s f a i l s t o e x e r c i s e p r o p e r c h a r i t y t o w a r d t h o s e w h o s e e x p e r i - e n c e s h a v e b e e n l e s s e x t e n d e d . H i s o r d i n a r y s t a t e o f m i n d m a y b e i l l u s - t r a t e d b y s o m e e x t r a c t s f r o m \" A H i s - t o r i c a l I l o c k y M o u n t a i n O u t p o s t . \" A n I n d i a n - f i g h t e r , s p e a k i n g o f n e w l y a r r i v e d s o l d i e r s , s a i d : \" T h e y a r e t h e g r e e n e s t s e t , a n d t h e s i g h t o f a n I n j u n j u s t a b o u t s e a r e s '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 February 1894

County Boartl Proceedings. {Continuedfrom latt week.} I KhaU sfty that the mayor of a great city would not to^aav be discharging the duties of o, citi- zen and public officer insteaa of lying iu a new made crave. Betolml. That the chairman and clerk of this board be, and hereby are, requested to convey %o the family of the deceased our deepest re- gret and heart felt sympathy. On motion, the board adjourned until to-mor- row morning at nine o'clock. siNrn I»AV. Thurfiday, Nov. 83,9 o'clock A. M.\" Board niet pursuant to adjournment. Chair called the meeting to order. Clerk called Uw roll. M-embers all present. Yesterday's journal read and approved. Following resolution \"was read and adopted. Ifewfewi, That it ts the ^ensc of thin Board that the Coutity Hoard elected in the spring of 1894, ought to meet jra early as the Tuesday succeeding the llrst Monday in ^Tune, 189J, toits organism, and choose a committee on equaliza- tion, that said committee may have time to make a thorough e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 February 1894

S$l4SllSlfts?f3 VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEB. 10/ M M WtdMS SPECIAL COLUMN. j Advertisements under tlii* head will be I Inserted for tw o cents jier lino | filch insertion. ATstyle COST—I have .several pianos and newown organs which I will seilat COM to close- out stock. Also violins, accordeons. rtc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least.2n per cent, liy calling on me at Opera Hall. B. HAHN. WANTED.kino, - Evi every of jobprinting, i-boily to know that we do neatlv. and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your i orders to this oftlce ^i^$$0&jM± ••'••• Philip Zettlp :'hasdisposed of ail his horse!}, ' except those he it»ta.\\n» for his use. XX^.yXX:'lX:-X . \"'• Every oody to know that the be: jes place in \" Job Priming is at this office. Send your orders. W_and ANTED- cheapest t plac e i n Doo r county to get WANTKD-rooms Larson. on second tic -DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora of Capt, McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. '•.li...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 February 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY. WIS . P I N N E Y & S H E P A 3 U ) - Publishers . CUT OF FORTY MILLIONS. Sweeping Reductions in Appropriations in tho Sundry Civil Bill. WASHINGTON\", I' . '. Feb . o.—The .sun- dr y civM appropriation bill bus boon re- porte d to 1'ie House. H appropriate s a total 6f$'2,'M,?H2 tor t h e fiscal yea r 1895. T h e bill fori8114 e a r n e d §41,71.(5,- \"11, o r .?9,400,i»2« mor e t h a n for this year. Estimates for IS'.M submitte d to t h e appropriation s committee wore for $:),: S1,002. T h e greatest Having is in tho item of river an d harbo r work, for carrying o n of whirl) $S,:j()0,iO is rec- o m m e n d e d , while for 1 SIM t h e a m o u r t was $14,1(1(5,1 •\"•\" Fo r public build- ings a n d ground s t h e a p p r o p r i a - tion d r o p s to iftMT.OOO from $1,077,00(1 for 1SU4, although th e ontinial.es for 18'..t5 were $I,4\"-J,I:»5 Othe r i m p o r t a n t re- ductions from l.s'.H in enrrent e x p e n s e s a r e : .Artifici...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 February 1894

THE GREAT HESPER.I M L E OF A BIO DIAMOND. -. ' :^:..lHOW-.an Immense Cem Wa s Lost. • .Recovered, an d Lost Again. :-f M00w-'- CHAPTER XVI. ' ^ ':- / v v: ::i:was told a t the Sacramento de- •':' '':'Jot tha t the Golden State Hotel was ::::yKy:yi on the third block up the grade. In ^- ' asoendin 2 the hill, I caught sight of : r Brace and Lola walking in advance a • Ay . liundred yards or so, yet.so changed tha t i t took me some minutes to •identify them. Swinging along a t a good four miles an hour, and dragging the Kid along by the wrist, or letting her trot on be- hind, I should have recognized the Judge immediately at a quarter of a jnile off. But, walking a t a n old •man's pace, with his daughter leaning o n his arm, he was not easily recog- nizable. •.\"'..' Bu t in Lola the change was still greater. She was no longer a barer .'.footed, ragged little savage, but a 'yyy\":y young lady with some pretensions t o ^ ^ v. elegance in her dress and thus altered ', :.'••, she look...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 February 1894

DOO R COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Enttrei at the postoMc6 at Sturgeon liay, as second etas*matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV P I N N E Y & S H E P A R D , Editors and 1'ropriefors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.5 0 PER YEAR. SI'KCIAL. NOTICE. All persons addressing' communications to the Doon ..COUNTY IlBMOCIlAT. will please nddrcbs the publishers and not the paper alone. Always aOdn'HK as follows: PX.N'NKV & BHEI'AIU*. Publltdiur.-S. Sturgeon Hay. Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., FEB. 10. 181)1.. EDiTommir MAKIXETTK has a ••Hoo-Hoo\" society, w h a t e v e r under the sun thai may, 1m. This city has some good material, for a \"Hoo'Dor)^ society. ,•/ T HE tariff hill passed the House Feb. ' 1, with the income tax law as a rider, by a vote of '20:5 to \\\\%' It is now said that the income la -, is,more popular in the So.iiatc^han.in the House, and that ':the House hill will pass (hat, body with 'few amendments. Thc^followiiig extract from Mr. Wil- son's closing argument on the tariff hill ,. #ill show, the ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 February 1894

THE WINTER SEASON. PRETTY RUSTIC WORK. . j P l e a s a n t E m p l o y m e n t fo r W i n t e r Days '. a n d J£veiiiii£s. There is nothing more pleasing1 to the '••eye, or more acceptable, than a rustic i .chair or settle, on porch or lawn 1and yet the purchase of these thmsrs is often so expensive to be impossible for the .'average purse. Two home-made- articles seen on a recent trip have led me to think how easy to make' and sub- stantial such things can be. The first, a long and broad settle .with a high back, I came upon suddenly to my sur- prise and gratification, on the veranda of my friend, C. 15. Tylce, at Ste. Therese, Can. It has a high ond com- fortable hack and solid legs to which *the seat and arms are mortised., A seat is made of round sticks shaved fiat -on the surface side, and the yvhole is well braced and graceful, as the cut shows. The arms are made from natu-. xal crooks found i n the woods, the RUSTIC BKSCH. . lianountain laurel \"serving admirably^ §|pii re...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 February 1894

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO FARMEft AND HOUSEWIFE, ^farmers Shontd Not N«gl?ct Opportunities ' tor Diftt-agfilng XVayn and Meron of Suc- cess—Cletiti and Convenient I'UHVP Vls%t- f o r m - L o w Yields of Corn. Convenient 1'itnip I'i»tf*irm, A Correspondent of the American -Agriculturist has just lit ted up his pump platform in a convenient way, as seen in th e engraving. A galvan- ized iroa pan fifteen inches'across and eight inches deep, of a semi- circular shape so as to fit -snugly ajrainst the purnp, with an ineh pipe .to convey the water, is placed di- rectly under the spout. Into this pan all the drippings ami water tha t .'Slops over fait, and are conveyed by .-'the-pipe to a flower garden where the IMPROVED ft/Mi' i'f.ATI-OrtM. g r o u n d is Irrigated, by filling a small : trough into which the pipe empties :t«o save the supply for th e ditches,. U«hiS)d th e pump a trap-door, fitted , . „ W.fcit strap hinges and a hasp, staple I will result to Northern whe...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 February 1894

W h e n W a r ' i s Declared. Affnlnst a man's hnpyiness l his .-lomtieli, the enemy rany b e pacified an d brought, sticcOily- niitl easily to terms. That potent regulator o. digestion, lIos!ett:\".''s stomach Bitters, disci- plines the rebellion* orcmi'jlioroii^hly. Iiidisres- tiou arises front wciikliws of tin yidiiiJiiK iinil ihc food in it. for v i m : o f the jvwvr to .litest. decomposes anil nci.liiU's. ptvini rise to hourt- bnni, flatulence anil piiiu. lic-uli\\ i multitude of symptoms boil) elijuigelul a n 1 perplexing. 15nt pence soon reigns when the steal stnmiichic is rcr-ortotl,to tuul u.»c uit!i i«' siKnre |)y. jiepsiu ftives ri.-o to morbid dtM-ouit.osim.1 o f mind, mill even idecplcssiu-s ac d liyj.oebon.lria inrljiosiici-iiM'r. To Die cumplefe !iiiii -.-i:l of tliiw Uio Hitters is fully :ide.i.ii:Ue. l.iwr com- plaint, constipiiti.iii, debility. rrn'iiiii itii and niiilitrie. site completely Mibliie by this .ccniaJ medicine. Tin: \\VatfiouviHf Beet Sutrar Factory ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 February 1894

returning on the.following friends and He left on IK THE, COUNTY. ' TORNADO. F. A. Rayman went to Menominee on. Thursday d»y- : __________ Julius Michel is visiting relatives at Menominee. Thursday. Garrett Moore went to FORESTVILLE. John Sullivan has returned Green I5av. from Green Bay Monday last, on pleasure and business combined... _ .___ A two-year-old .child of Ed. O'llara, died on Monday, and was buried cm Wednesday. Jas. Koch, of Sawyer, visited friends here during ..Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Anton Sanderman is moving to Ann- rtpee this week. Henry Pasch has returned from Man- itowoc. His father is better. HOW TO CUT, PORK. .Joseph Meyers and Hernard Auv turned from Manitowoc Mondav. lie- Over three hundred'and fifty peoph attended the masquerade at Hay man's, last Tuesday evening. ! Win. Watson, Jr.. has sold his farm i to Antone Sanderman. of Forest ville. j consideration not. know'n. Sleighing has been exceptionally good I hereabouts of late. Mui-h more soft we...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 February 1894

VOL.. 2. iTIJEaEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1 $94, ^iil SPECIAL COLUMN. J Advertisements l( under this lieud will lie j Inserted for tw o «eiitn per line 1 ea«li insertion. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and new ] organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins. aceoriieons. etc. • Any- '•• one in nefitf of such iiiflrnmi'iitss will snve at ! least 25 per cent, by eallittif on me »t Opera! Hall. ». HAHX, j W ANTEU.-Bve-bon to Unow that we do'i every Uina of job printing, neatly, and ! promptly and at reasonable rates. - Send your • ' orders to this'ofllce I _w ANTED—Every body to know Job Printing is at this office. Send youryorders. WANTKD— DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora Larson, rooms on second floor of C'apt. McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. -By li. W. Allen, of tbis city, one of the finest forties for a fruit farm in the county, and it is worth while to remember that Door county is, and is to be, the fruit Tegton of Wisconsin. FAR...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 February 1894

* M S M K S 4 I £ IOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JNO. J. PINNEY, - - Publisher. JENKINS' COURSE. . . a House Committee on Judiciary Votes in Favor of an Investigation. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 13.—The House committee on judiciary to-day voted in favor of reporting to the House a resolution for an investigation into the course of District Judge Jenkins, of Milwaukee, in restraining emploj-es of the Northern Pacific Railroad froniquit- ting work. The vote was 7 to 6. Senator Vilas, of Wisconsin, appeared before the committee and urged that the question was of such importance that it should not be voted upon until counsel bad been heard. In accordance with this euggefition a motion was made to poMpone the vote until next Monday and in the meantime hear counsel. This was voted down—7 to fr—and the resolution was then agreed on to be reported at once. Had the proposition to hear counsel prevailed, Col. Robert Ingersoll would prob- ably have appeared for the labor interests and s...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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