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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 February 1894

THE GREAT HESPER.! TALE-OF A BIG DIAMOND H o w a n I m m e n s e C e m W a s L o s t . R e c o v e r e d , a n d L o s t A a a i n . C H A P T E R X V I I I . I h a d w r i t t e n a few hurrie d lines fro m S a c r a m e n t o , telling Sir. E d m u n d t h a t L o l a h a d t a k e n t h e G r e a t Hes - per , a n d i n t e n d e d t o r e s t o r e it a s s o o n a s t h e s n o w h a d melted , a n d allowe d u s t o reac h t h e c a v e r n in •which i t - w a s concealed. I n answerin g t h i s letter, h e w r o t e : \"After r e a d i n g y o u r g o o d news, E d i t h a n d I wen t fo r a strol l t h r o u g h t h e p a r k , wher e w e e n c o u n t e r e d p o o r V a n Hoeck , w h o s e w o e - b e g o n e a p p e a r - a n c e a p p e a l e d onc e 'mov e t o E d i t h ' s h e a r t , a n d m i n e a l s o . ' W h y , ' sh e a s k e d * 'shoul d w e a n y longer t r e a t h i m a s a possible scoundrel , n o w t h a t t h e B r a c e s a d m i t h a v i n g t a k e n t...

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 — 17 February 1894

WORGOUNTyDEMOGRftT. Entered at the postofflct at Sturgeon Day, at second ciaa* matter, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV PINNE1V ..& S H E P A R D , Editors uud Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 561.SO PER YEAR, • • 8PECIAI, NOTICHl All persons addressing commnnlcatioriK to the DOOR COCNTV VmiocRAt, mill please address the publishers and not the paper, alono. Always addre.ss an follows:•',-•'' PlNKEY & S«EI»AT:». Publishers. .••• Sturgeon Bay, Wis. S T U K G E O S L Y ^ V I S . , FEB. 17. 1894. plement trust, two or three years ago at Chicago. But the trust was organ- ized, all the same, and it has had a racket in the courts since then, for at- tempting to freeze out a Michigan con- cern that would not come in. E D I T O R I A L . SINCE the \"Little Democrat\" has found that it was mistaken hi its terri- ble fear that J. S. Hay had the mayor- alty \"bee iii his bonnet,\" .that paper, judging from the \"taffy\" in,the last issue, seems to be \"booming\" E. 8. Minor for something, whether...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 February 1894

THB HORSE. Public Opinion. \" A t t e n t i o n t o th e atrocity of check r e i n s woul d no t b e amiss.\"—Chicag o i Daily T i m e s . \" T h e o v e r d r a w check should b e pvo- bibited b y law.\"'—Prof. Norto n Smith, the note d horse trainer . \" T h e overhea d check is refined an d .constant torture.'\"—Boston T r a n s c r i p t . \" C h e c k reins ar e • absurd—unreason - able, extremel y cruel an d productive of disease.\"-—Professor Fleming . Veter- inar y S u r g e o n t o th e Roya l Engineers', London . Ove r 500 veterinary surgeon s hav e signed a protest agains t chec k reins, declarin g t h e m useless, cruel a n d a cause of various diseases. Quee n Victoria ha s forbidden check rein s to b e used o n an y of th e librses i n th e Roya l stables. V , i-Q r ' ^ \" T h e check rein inflicts unceasing torture, frets, irritates, a n d brings on disease.' 1 —Dr. Kitehing, V e t e r i n a r y Surgeon , Author . \"1 heartily concu r Avit-li Jlr . Kitchin g a s t o t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 February 1894

WOMTfl A N T V T T r R F A t t M i P e r 'aerc have been secured from one J l V i i L B • A l w XZL£J l A J i J t t , a c r e of-strawberries, but such results A DEPARTMENT MADE UP FOR OUR'RURAL FRIENDS. , 'JTh I g n o r a n t Canno t Siiceei-d In 'Parnit»g— (TJIreetions fo r Cuttin g I'p » Parker— A liarde n W h e e l b a r r o w —One threat A d - w a n t a g e of l?arjn Life. H o w t o Cut Ui Pork*. There are many ways of cutting and curing norlc. The accompanying ciiairram will doubtless be of assist- ance in enabling the inexperienced t o master the process: The head should lirst be cutoff and the carcass divided in halves ' by splitting the liackbQDC lentrthwhe. The .shoulders HR1-tunas 1 and:', should betake n o u t The rump piece, .'!, 7 and !•, can either be salted or used fresh: 1, *i and (. , the \"mess\" ) ork, are uood Tor cho. s, cutlets, or roasts, or the ribs may be.removed and the whole idde, facludlf.it s, may he turned into bacon. The lower ) art, 8, is the joni...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 February 1894

' R o y a l B u c k w h e a t s . F o r generations it h ,ia been t h e CUH- t o m t o m i x t h e lia'.tt-r for buckwhea t cakes with yeast o r emutyihps,- retain- ing a portion of th e batter left over from o n e m o r n i n g to raise t h e cakes for t h e followingjilay. If k e p t too warm , o r no t used prompt - ly, thi s batter becomes excessively sour an d objectionable. Buckwhea t \"cakes raised b y this m e a n s ar e mor e often sour o r heav y t h a n lisrht am i sweet. 1 f eaten daily the y distress th e nt«»inacb an d cause ekin eruption s a n d itching. Instea d of t h e old-fashioned way w e -have bee n m a k i n g buckwhea t cakes this winte r wit h Royal linking Powder , mixing th e batte r Iresh daily, an d find the result wonderful!/ satisfactory. They ar e uniformly light a n d sweet, more palatable an d wholesome, an d ca n b e eaten continuously without t h e slightest digestive inconvenience. Be - sides the y a r e mixe d an d bake d i n a moment , requiri...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 17 February 1894

Tf^E DAIRY. Stam p V«ur Butter- Ge t a butte r p r i n t a n d s t a m p y o u r b u t t e r calves tha t a r e sent t o m a r k e t . If yo u m a k e tirst-class b u t t e r y o u r b r a n d will b e sotig lit after. .Attention r a y s You. At Ibis season of. th e yea r there is. Witch-lost time. I t will pa y to give t h e m a t t e r of feeding attention. Cuttin g the-food is regarde d a s a n expense of labo r b y some, lint there is-always-a gain in weight of the. animal s whe n th e food is.prepared . Names of towns. etc. Bailey'» Harbor . Brussels C'lav^ Hanks^ Making » Murliot.. T h e mos t importan t step .to.take in m a k i n g a m a r k e t for butle r is to m a k e the butte r first-class i n every respect. \" G o o d wine needs n o b u s h , \" a n d good butte r requires lit lie advertising. If you fend a sample of butter to a family or t o a groce r to tr y an d it. is th e kind of butle r tha t th e best class of consum - e r s eall for, it is then a question of ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 February 1894

TOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1894. N&.W SPECIA L COLUMN . AdvorttaeiuentH under thin head will tic inserted for tw o coats per line each Insertion. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos anil new- organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, aceordeons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save a t least 25 per cent, ny calling on me a t Opera Hall- B. HAHN. WANTED.—Kverybodyprintingw to kno that we do every kind of job , neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office LOCAL. Monday and Tuesday nights were th.e two coldest in succession this win- tor. Eugene Birmingham will soon more from his farm to his city residence in the lirst ward. Wand ANTED—Ereryoodyto know that the best cheapest place in Door countv to get Job Printing is at this office. Send your orders. WLarson, ANTED—DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora rooms on second floor of Capt. McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. I^OR SALE —By...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 February 1894

fP§»!'?£!p# tirTfrnnpriirri idbR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY. WIS. JNO. Jb MNNEY, - :•-' Publisher. ANGRY DEMANDS OF LABOR. Five Thousand Unemployed, Men Attack the State House at Boston. BOSTON, Mass., Feb. 20.—The unem- ployed troubles in this city culminated in a demonstration on the Common this afternoon /which for a time threatened to end in a riot. Five thousand m e n - hungry, ragged and ugly—crowded into •She state house and the 'adjoining grounds and vociferously demanded immediate aid in their distress. The governor addressed the mob from the steps of the state house and was quietly received and even applauded, although lie tnrfde no satisfactory answers to their requests. An attempt was then made by the leaders of the demonstra- tion to get a petition \"before the legisla- ture which was then in session. Two hundred policemen were hurried to the scene to preserve order. The rotunda was packed with a crowd of men who were waiting to hear the result of their leaders' ef...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 February 1894

OTJB BUBALREADERS. SOMETHING HERE THAT WILL INTEREST THEM. Sfaney E\"sxmors Haye Done Much t o Pro - mote .Agriculture—Improved Stable Floor New Variety of Summer Apples—Loca- tion of Far m Buildings. Grooved Stable Floors. I t costs but a.trifle more to fit open stalls with grooved, or channeled flooring\", and this works so satisfac- torily that it should come into more J70t.. 1. IMPROVED STABLE PI.OO)'.. general use. The plank used should not be over eight inches in width, and for a two-inch plank the groove should be cut seven-eighths of an inch wide and one. inch deep. This can be done -with a groove plane. With a common plane a V-shaped MO. 2. • TOOL FOIi CI.BANIKO GROUND FLOOR. groove can he quickly made by tak- ing a little from the upper edee of both planks where they join. Both grooves are shown in Fig. 1, and a stable tool for cleaning the groove is shown in Fig. -. Stable floors should have an incline of two inches in six feet, and when the grooves are kept clean, there ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 February 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the postofflct at Sturgeon Bay, as .•'••,' second claM matter. •_. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O H N J . P I N N E Y , Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. SI*ECIAI, NOT'ICK. AH persons addressinj communications to the BOO R COUNTY OKMOCHAT, will please address the publisher.-* and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: , PlNNEY & SHEPAiin, Publishers. . Sturgeon Hay, Wis. i T O R G ^ F E B . 24. 1894. short : Al l flesh i s grass, a n d al l grass is e a r t h . B r e a d a n d m e a t ar e i n t h e e a r t h . TTbey ca n b e w r e s t e d from th e earth , bu t no t k e p t from it. T h e sup- ply., is \" inexhaustible, because indes- tructible . F r o m th e vie w thu s present- ed, ther e is n o visible limit, i n tim e o r extent, t o th e existence of life on th e earth . T h e \"visible supply of wheat, \" a n d \" c o r n e r s i n p o r k , \" will on e da y b e by \" l a b o r ? \" I s th e f a r m e r a labore...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 February 1894

IN THE , C O U N T Y . SEVASTOPOL! \"•' Solon ''Birmingha m is visiting brothe r Jesse, .at Pensaukee , Wis . his i Muc h regre t is expressed, b y th e f a r m e r s of this town ove r th e recent loss of those t w o popula r horses, Alla r C l a y , \" a n d D u k e vi . T h e y w e r e line '.'Specimens of stock an d had become very p o p u l a r with ou r farmers . Q u i t e a large n u m b e r of ou r youn»- people attende d th e Y . T . 8 . C. E. social a t th e town h a i r last Frida y evening , an d al l spea k highly of th e cordiality with w h i c h . t h e y were received by th e •Sturgeon B a v Christian Endeavorers . filled t o each c u s t o m e r w i t h w h o m the y i s o fail, free of charg e for a second tria l J th e following year. * J A C K S t ^ P O R T . J i m m y Pag e is o n th e sick list w i t h a Severe cold. J a c k s o n p o r t is t o have a 'ne w black - smith i n th e nea r future. A. W. LAWRENCE r e c o v e r i n g T h e F a r m e r s M u t u a l...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 February 1894

THE GREAT HESPER. TALE OF A BIG DIAMOND How an Immense Cent Wa s Lost. Recovered, and Lost Again. CHAPTER.'XIX.-CosTistiitt. It was dark, despite tlie snows that fay 'upon the ground. Unite led the way 'with a pine torch, which burned sluggishly in the mist that enveloped us. \"JLola holding my hand tightly, we followed close behind Brace, who kept the torch low t o show the nature of the path nevertheless, we slipped and 'floundered considerably in stop- ping from boulder t o boulder,—the half melted snow rendei big it impos- sible t o obtain a firm footing. Under other circumstances, Lola would have enjoyed the difiiculties, and laughed a t our mishaps, but now i-she neither smiled nor spoke some- times she would press my Viand a. little tighter,-~that was all the sign she gave. We followed the cottvse of the river, guided by the Bound of the rushing waters*. As wo proceeded the descent grew more and more rapid, the stream forming along succession of falls, and. the light, in- cre...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 February 1894

. LOSS OF POWER Pond Manly Vifror, Nervous De» ' billty, Paralysis, o r Palsy, Or- ganio Weakness and wasting Drains upon the system, result- ing in dullness of mental Faeulr ties, Impaired Memory, Low Spirits, Morose or Irritable Tem- per, fear of impending calamity, and a thousand and one derange- ments of both body and mind result fromc pernicious .•secret practices, often indnlged in b y Hie young, through ignorance of their ruinous consequences. To reach, re-claim and restore such unfortunates to health and hap_- piness, is the aim of an associ- ation of medical gentlemen who have prepared a book, written i n plain b u t chaste language, treating of tho nature, symptoms and curability, by homo treatment, of such diseases. The World's Dispensary Medical Association, Proprietors of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., will, on receipt of this notice, with 10 cents (in stamps for postage) mail, sealed i n plain envelope, a copy of tins useful book. I t shou...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 February 1894

C O U N T Y B O A R D P R O C E E D I N G 8 - C J N T I « U « O . A P P O K T I O W K B N T O F T A X E S O F B O O K C O C N T V F O R 1 8 9 3 . Name s of Towns and City. Bailey's Harbor Brussels . . — Clay Bank s E p g H a r b o r . . ^ . Forestvillo . . Gardner ... . Gibraltar. Jacksonport Liberty Grove .. . Nascwaupe e Sevastopol Sturgeon Boy t o w n . . . Sturgeon Bay c i t y . . . . Union . : .. . Washington .... oil*. S83&S, S 6 0 « \" 0 x 5 5 * 9 ) 2 ot f » 817 Mi* 7 12 881 88 14 86 859 68 33 61 476 53 3) 37j 1037 72 4 4 9 467 59 7 45 530 00 2!) 80 498 45 14 S5 700 03 12 83J 773 11 23 86! 101500 3 05J 303 20 1 01 11 06 3033 11619 49j 14 81 46 40 \"*fV«7\" 1 92 13 22 6 86 It 89 .123 10 237 10 2 54 7 58 0 08 3~ « 851 76 974 53 39329 553 29 1012 21 •4ft* 71 561 72 525 «2 720 61 808 80 1018 05 315 17 3097 41 329 m 218 I0PR3 M ' K » 63! 210 30 112029 83 § 5 5 Sm 62,«4I 54 612 13 105 36 353 43 42 98 515 33! 5fi 95 8*1 77 121 00 495 40, 55 HO 487 00! 63 33 507 23 59 5...

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

VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAR. 3, 1894. NO. 6, SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisement* under this head will be inserted for two cents per line each Insertion. AT COST—I have several pianos and,new style organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, aceordeons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me sit. Opera Hall. B. HAHN. LOCf\\L. Get- your buggy painted at Chas. Wulfs before it is too late in the season. '.Wild geese this week. have been Hying north PBRSONftL. new tee | Albert S WANTED.—Everybodypitnting. to know that wo do every kinci of job neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office and cheapest place in Door county to net job Printing is at this office. Send your orders. Wtmzil & Leidel will put a box in their meat market. Jacobs will do the job. Albert Jacobs and Martin Weisi* are building an altar for the chapel of the Guardian Angel's school. WANTED—DRESSMAKIXG...

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

DOOR GotiNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JNO. J. PINNEY, - - Publisher. XANNOT REDUCE WAGES. Order by. the United States Court at Den- ver Against Union Pacific Be- ~ \"xcalvers.. DENVER, Col., Feb. 27.--Judgo Riner, in the United States circuit court, to- day issued an order directed to the receivers of the Union Pacific system, that all agreements be- tween the employes and the com- pany affecting the operation of the property be and remain in force in all parts of Colorado until further orders of the court. OMAHA, Neb., Feb. 27—Judges Cald- •well and Sanborn, in the United States circuit court, last evening ismied an or- der for a hearing on March 27 on the receivers' petition to annul the wage ecale agreement that a conference be held between representatives of em- ployee and the receivers, and that em- ployes be granted leave of absence to attend mieh wage conference, the same to be held on or about March 15. MRS, MAIEB IS DEFIANT. Kaclno Woman Say» Site i» Ready to I'ucc tho...

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

THE GREAT HESPER. TALE OF A BIG.DIAMOND H o w a n I m m e n s e G e m W a s L o s t , R e c o v e r e d , a n d L o s t A g a i n . C H A P T E R XX.-CONTISCED. W h a t w a s I t o d o ? I d a r e d n o t t r y to pull myself h a n d o v e r h a n d u p t h e wet r o p e , fo r t h e slightest r e l a x a t i o n o t m y h o l d migh t allo w t h e r o p e t o slip, a n d I s h o u l d b e l o s t a s s u r e d l y . \" D e a r , a r e y o u t h e r e still? \" L o l a called fro m a b o v e . \"Yes,*' I replied. \" H e r e i s t h e r o p e , — w h e n I call, y o u c a n t r u s t yoursel f t o i t . \" A t t h e s o m e t i m e I felt t h e k n o t t e d r o p e danglin g a g a i n s t m y s h o u l d e r s . \" N o w s h e called. I t w a s n o t a n i n s t a n t t o o s o o n . I felt t h e we t r o p e slipping t h r o u g h m y h a n d s . L e a v i n g g o w i t h on e h a n d , I clutche d o u t wildly for th « k n o t t e d rope , a n d b y t h e h a p p i e s t c h a n ...

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

P00R^UNTy|)EM06Rf\\T. iSniereii at the postoMce at Sturgeon flay, a « • • •.:••' second class mattm, P U B L I S H E D AA'EKKXYB V J O H N J . P I N N E Y , E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . S U B S C R I P T I O N P R I C E . $ 1 . 5 0 P E R Y E A R . HPKCIAl. N O T I C E . e Alt p e r s o n s a d d r e s s i n g c o m m u n i c a t i o n s t o t h e P O O R C O U N T Y D K M O O H A T , will p l e a s e a d d r e s s t h e publishe r nml n o t t h o p a p e r alone . Alway s a d d r e s s a s follows: • ,1NO. 3. P I N N E Y . Publisher. . - S t u r g e o n Hay . W i s , STUIWEON HAY. WIS., MAR. 8. lSik EDITORIAL. To THK boy who lived with his grand- mother, thirty or. forty yo ivs ago, the modern cheese is not a means of grace-. The making of cheese to eat is a lost art it is all made to sell. THK republicans got out the big gun Saturday evening and fired it six liini'S, because Pennsylvania had gone republican. Blessed are the poor in spirit for it doesn't take much to mak...

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

8TATK PRESS. When Williau McKinley travels about the, country telling people these are \"'Democratic times,\" the fact will come to mind that during Republican times he tumbled into such a-hopeless ruin of bankruptcy that the platter had to be passed for him.—La Crosse Chronicle. ' What's become of Sawyer? We have't heard from iiim in a long time. The re- publicans don't seem to take kindly to our suggestion of a few weeks ago that he bemade their candidate for governor. He'd^fet an awful big majority, \"back- wards,\" up in this neck - of the woods. —Marshficld News. A dispatch from Bay City, Mich., says: \"The A. P. A. movement, which was very strong in this city a year ago, is dead, and no interest is taken in theThe affairs of the association. It was killed because its members who had been tle: luded into thinking the order was to protect the public schools found it wason in reality a tool of leading republican .politicians for use in times of election. The.organization here is ...

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

MARINE NEWS. •':.\"' T h e Steamer Nebrask a Under Charter. Fred IX-Underwood, general super- intendent of the St. Paul, Minneapolis .•.'••'JfciSaul Ste. Marie Railway, and K. H. Hebard, general manager of the \"Soo Line\" steamers, were in Milwaukee several dayB last week. While ..here they negotiated with the Mil- waukee Dry . Dock Company for the |unchaee\"of the steamer Nebraska tor a syndicate, bnt failing-to reach a satisfactory agreement chartered her to run in the*Soo Mric during the seasori The recent history of the Nebraska is decidedly interesting. Two seasons ago filie was sold h.v M. Oalvin and others, of Buffalo, to a syndicate of Chicagoans for $-l(),)00 fn payment they accejte *\".0X down and \"a mortgage on the steamer for the balance, Tlit? Hyndi- cate, which was headed by E. I). Cum- inirigB. bought the Nebraska for World's Fair jmruoHCH and had her converted into an excursion boat at the Mihvaii- lf ir lloek (lojnpany'K noutfi yard at m expenBe of $\"_\".i,000, w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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