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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 March 1894

MARINE NEWS. X y a c k t o R u n t o M u s k e g o n . The misfortune which overtook the 'Mo.Klro.v Transportation Company early last winter will riot result in the. aban- donment of the route between IMihvan- 3vC3 and Muskegon. On the contrary, a much larger and better steamer than the Douglas is to be run between the two ports, in connection with the CIrand Rapids A: Indiamv Kailway. Ever since the failure of'the MoKin Transporta- tion Company E. G. Crosby it Co., of Muskegon, have been east ins about for a boat to take th e place .' of ihe Douglas. Their search resulted in negotiations for the purchase of the tine passenger and freight steamer .Syaek. and lv. G. Crosby is at present in Ihifi'alo to close the deal. The Xyack was built at 1'uti'aio in 187S by the Tnion Steamboat Company expressly for pas- •senger and freight service, and there- lore possesses iirst-elass eabinandstate- Toom accemmodations. Her measure- ment is 2,0\"Jo net. tons, and she has an A\"-' rating, while h...

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 — 24 March 1894

DOOR 60UNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the poatoffice at Sturgeon Bay, as second euus matter. FGBM8HKO'WEEKLY BY J O H N J . P I N N E Y , U d l t o r an d Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL XOTICK. All persons addressing communications to tUe Boon COUNTY DKMOCUAT, will please address the publisher and not the paper alone. Always address as follown: Jso, J. PINNKY, PubliHlier. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STUKGEONBAY. WIS., MAR. 24,1894. EDITORIAL. ly cautions they merely disclaim, but neither indorse nor condemn. Yet in spite of their efforts to avoid the ques- tion, their declaration lias a very strong A. P. A. flavor about it and consider- ing the fact that the majority of the' convention were either members of the new party, or in close sympathy with it, and that much care was taken to put in •nomination a ticket on which the A. F. A, faction can unite, the action of the convention virtually commits the party to its principles and methods. Re- publicans will take all the co...

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

IN T H E . C O U N T Y . W A S H I N G T O N ISLAND . W A S H I N G T O N HAKBOV, M A U . 19, 1894. 7 Fishing has about played out now. .j The electors of the town of Union ! have taken the necessary steps to vote ! on the question as to whether the high-j way tax be paid in labor instead of • money as provided by law. \\ Th e roads are in a terrible shape at present. Joh n Peterson is having his house re- painted.. Navigation opened here\\on e month j earlier than last year. Mrs, Frank Valentine has returned to her home in Ephrain. * | Chris. Saabe's.saw mill began opera- tions for the season last Tuesday. Chris. Hanson was seen plowing March 6th, 1804. Spring must be here. Lawrence Fegausehan is raising his boat, the Barney, in order to repair her. Chasr. Johnson purchased Matthew Toss'.''fishboat last week. Consideration unknown . Capt. Peterson's new tug will soqa.be ready for launching. She is a-beauty,-, and no mistake. Joh n Larson' lias returned home from the Beavers. He.rep...

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

THE DESPISED WIFE. H O W A C R E V J O U S W R O N G W A S A V E N G E D . C H A P T E K V I L For a moment Valerian stood Btaring stonily at tho sheet of paper, and at the four--apparently ntiirnportant words, which t o him though, seemed bijj with tho gather- ing storm then, without taking time for farther x^flection, ho wont downstairs «gaini \" I am going out,\" h e said to tbeliallport- er, who ran to Open the door fcr him. \"Shall I call for your Excelloney'seledgo?\" enirl the obsequious servant. \"Jfo, I am going to walk.\" T h e onter door closed behind tho young mac, who immediately got into a hackney xledge standing a few yards off. Fivo initi- ates afterwards ho was at Rezof's. The latter, very excited, was striding u p end down his study. Snbakino, seated on the couch, looked very glum, his chin sup - ported hv his hands, \"Well,\" quoth Oretzky, for tho sake of Baying something, becauso doubt \\vn.s n o longer possible. \"Well, tho devil himself fight* against us.\" g...

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

KNOWLEDGE B r i n g s c o m f o r t a n d i m p r o v e m e n t a n d l e n d ? t o p e r s o n a l e n j o y m e n t w h e n r i g h t l y u s e d . T h e m a n y , w h o l i v e b e t - te r t h a n o t h e r s a n d e n j o y Iif? m o r e , •with l e s s e x p e n d i t u r e , b y r n o i i p.wrnpuy - a d a p t i n g t h e w o r l d ' s b e s t p r o d u c t s tQ t h e ' n e e d s o f p h y s i c a l b e i n g , w i l l a t t e s t t h e y£.lu e t o h e a l t h o f t h e p u r e l i q u i d \" l a x a t i v e p r i n c i p l e s e m b r a c e d i n t h e r e m e d y , S y r u p o f Figs, . I t s e x c e l l e n c e I s d u e t o i t s p r e s e n t i n g I n t h e f o r m m o s t a c c e p t a b l e a n d p l e a s - a n t t o t h e t a s t e , t h e r e f r e s h i n g a n d t r u l y b e n e f i c i a l p r o p e r t i e s o f a p e r f e c t l a x - a t i v e e f f e c t u a l l y c l e a n s i n g t h e s y s t e m , d i s p e l l i n g c o l d s , h e a d a c h e s a n d f...

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

HUfcM'S EASIER HAT. IJT W1IX VISSCHEB. U L D A D E A N j was a h a n d - some girl and a j country girl at j that. Sensible j and dutiful, she j was not a saint j nor yet a sin- ner, except in l t h e g e n e r a l ' way that We ! all confess in the Litany. She had been trained by the j Book of Com- ' man Prayer so far as religion went, j and had the Catechism and the Apos- j ties' Creed by heart, as well as the morning and evening services, and was '• well up in the Collects. In short, she J had been confirmed, but I solemnly j believe that she often smiled, in a sly j sort of way, when in the response I '-she-said: \"We are miserable sinners.\" j She wasn't miserable a little bit, but j was. for the most part, the happiest I sort of a girl. Being neither a blonde nor a bru- nette, but just a pleasant medium as to complexion, I think she averaged pretty fairly in all things at about that standard, and she probably had some- thing like that estimate of herself, for the'very reason t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 March 1894

VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAR. 31 9 jt^m SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under this Jieari wSU be ' \" Inserted for two cents per line each Insertion. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and view organs -which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accordeons, etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me at Opera Hall. B. HAHN. WANTED.—Everybpdb y to know that we do every kina of jd printing, neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this olhee WLarson, ANTED—DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora rooms on second iloor of Capt. McDonald's building on St. Jobn street, near the bridpe. J^OR SALE—By G. W. Allen, of this 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 region of Wisconsin. FARM, FOR SALE —The Win. Halstead farm in ihe town of Jachsonport. For particulars call at this ofllce. or address Dr. A. E. Ha...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 March 1894

BOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JNO. J. PIWNEY, - - Publisher. FRENCH AMBASSADOR'S BRIDE Marriage of Miss fcilverson, the Phil- adelphia Ecilo, to Sii. Pxiionotro. l'mi.ADici.i'HiA, Pa., March 27.—The marriage of M. Jules Patenotro, French ambassador to the United flatus, to Miss Eleanor LouiBe Elverson, daughter of James Elverson, publisher of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Golden Days, and Saturday Night took place at Mr. KIv.ersoii'B residence, 2021 Walnut Street, thin afternoon at 2 o'clock. Sir Julian • Pauncofote, Her Britan- nic .Majesty's ambassador, and Prince Cantae.tuano, the Russian am- bassador, were witnesses for tho groom, and Mavor Edwin 8. Stuart and James Elvcrson, Jr., brother of the bride, ivere witnesses for the bride. 1 he French consul was also present in an official capacity. A large church nv- gan was placed in tlie hailwav and Michael Crops, organist of Ilolv 1'riiu'tv Episcopal Church, made the \"music a charming feature of the occasion. .Promptly on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 March 1894

MARINE NEWS. Tool: Notes on Ooeim Liners. ('apt. Cain pan, who is to commojtid tin' Northern Lino passenger steamer .Sort hwept, has made three round trips between New York and ports across the Atlantic during the winter. lie has .studied the manner of handling pas- .senger traflie on some of the finest ocean livers, and ou«ht now to know pretty .much id! about it. YV. T. Fierce, an old ''hotel-man who has.been with the .Nor- niandie. Brunswick, Imperial and other irroat New York -hotels, has been ap-I pointed chief purser. Kiebard .'VY. I IVck, an expert engineer who used to j be employed by Roach, Cramp and j other ocean builders to et the utmost -speed out of the steamers that were | built for racers, has been outraged to brin\\i o'.it- tlio- Northwest, or at least to | .look'her over and -ret the best service | out of her when she makes her maiden trips. The .Northwest is expected at lluilalo about May l.and between that date and June-\"' will give a number of excursions, ''fii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 March 1894

DOOR GOUNTY DEMOGRftL Rhttrrt] ut. ill\", iiof.foffice «' Slurgton l',ay, us' *c:ontt clan* innttrr.' T H E Advocate doesn't want, a sty per-[ sonalities in this campaign. Jin «Unb | of it. Shouldn't think it would. j ITIIU.'JHKO WKKKI.V. BV ^ j Tiui Artvocale i* ay'iutm xiweU it dep- j x T O t l N - J . I P I I M N E 1 Y , j«recalcs personalities, and propo.si.-s to i Foit once hi his life Mr. Minor has j we just now happen to find ourselves, run upon an occasion when in? actually felt that silence was golden. It mast have been a queer .sensation for him. We say •'happen,\" because we do not { Mippose our city authorities ever rook ! M. £. LAWRENCE, K.Htnr su.,1 Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 31.50 PER YEAR. .'i!l pi-rsoiis i!tres:!::j r'nntnui C'oU.YIV DKMoCHAT, t not th'j Pi the resi purcb heavy IT i or i * on is, to conduct tin.: principle, while •Dors Mullen.\" tin* ]) «! CUC.YI Y ailitrilhS tie: J.UHHKIH )--.: ..Always a\\l:.r.-. a*folt I'jr- StUH: please I aiorn--. i 18...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 March 1894

•1 1 IN T H & COUNTY JACKSONPOKT. Travelin arc becoming numerous. The lake is wholly dea r of ice, and sailing craft will shortly upper in pjood numbers. ! Lust llls-Thnui'u. A party of young people met at I-red A uton Keshorra vonn- man rollin g Hanson's creamery last Inda evening I ^ t h e t m v „ (l ( Voiv^tvillo, had one .of and enjoyed a jolly good tunc. j , . , ,. ] m , ! ( l s h o r r i l , , y nKinK ] t ,a hi a feed Geo. Page has moved hi*-fatuity to. 1 cutter last Thur.-duy forenoon. He was the village preparatory to commencing j engaged in feeding the machine and his FORESTVILLE. j The following are' the candidates j nominated at the democratic town can- j men and commercial agents • ens for the town of Forest ville: j Chairman. Julius Earnhardt clerk, j Jos. UHsperger supervisors, Ernst Wolskey. Jos. tioetz treasurer, Chas. I Plinske assessor, William Wise. . W.LAWRENO! DHOSKflR MUEbtER,- Deutselser Arzt. PHYSICIAN \\ SURGEON. S*'0-^'N^v i^^y^iS^^':^--- Vi^iJ^X ? ou S...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 March 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. HOW A GREVIOUS WRONG WAS AVENGED. CHAPTER X. Tho particulars of the printfo council fceld on that same evening at Princess . Adin's wero never fully known, not oven to the principal actors in (ho drama that •was heinc slowly unfolded, least of all to Poter Porof and his daughter Raissa. On tho evening nftor that of tho conclave the latter were sitting silently opposite ono another in the small dining-room, Btill full of flowers and buds. Tho place of the dead mother remained unoccupied tho armchairsoemed, as it were, to await her return to resume her seat at tho head of tho tablo. The father and daughter had chang- ed nothing in their habits of the past to them that armchair was tenanted—the imago of the dear dopurted hovered over tho int lo-nook, and whenever tho looks of the survivors turned towards it their crav- ing to be revenged became more strong and more bitter. It was not only Raissa's hon- or that had to be vindicated, but also tho death of the mother of...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 March 1894

The Modern \"Way Commends itself to the well-formed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was former-' ly done in the crudest manner and disagree- ably as •well- . To cleanse the system and break up colds, headaches and fevers with- out unpleasant after effects, use the dclight- iul liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Fig*. THERE were Rome as early Ciesar. many as tlie booksellers in davs of Julius f?EE \"Colchester\" Spading other column. Boot ad. in an- THE first regular. coal mining as a business was done in England in KfSO. O.NCS more Emperor William has ACrT?Tf5TTTiTTTE 4 L N E W S been playing his'favorite game of ear- A U H A V t l J i X LiJfciUJ iVLi W i3 prises. The other day the Second Regiment of Dragoon\" Guards was called out suddenly, and . an officer, Count Von Wedel, Was ordered to-ride at once to Dresden with a message ior the King of Saxonv. C r o s s i n g t h e A t l a n t i c rsii:uly involves sea. sickness. When the waves play pitch :i'iV toss with you, stroiis i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 31 March 1894

v Democratic Nominees.}-.:.', .'•••' The-/democratic convention was \\huld at the city hall last Saturday evening. R. P. Cody, chairman of the city comj '•-mitted,' called the ineetmg to. order. HemyFetzer was elected chairman of the convention, and 3DJ.C. Thompson secretary. Wm. Barnhardfc and Her- man Fritschler were appointed tellers and then an informal -ballot' for mayor was taken, for which a total of 81 votes werecast, F. Mullen receiving 70 and David Decker 7, the remaining four being scattering. Upon motion the in- formal ballot was made formal and Mr. Mullen was declared the nominee for mayor. An informal ballot for treasurer was then taken. Henry Janscn received 65 votes, and Wni. (.'oehenis 20. Upon motion the informal ballot was declar- ed formal and Mr. Janscn was accord- ed the nomination. Motion was made i hat an informal bal- lot be taken for a eAndidalefor assessor, but was. withdrawn, and upon another motion Chas. A. Masse was nominated for assessor by acclamation...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

VOL. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATU1 APE, 7, ISO*. NO. 11 . SPECIA L COLUMN. Advertisements under this head will be inserted for tw o cents per* line each insertion. ATStyle COST—I have several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, aecordeotis, etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me at Opera Hall. B. HAH.N. WANTED.—Everybodyprimingw to kno that we do every kina of job , neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office WLarson, ANTED—DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora rooms on second floor of Capt. McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. FOR SALE.—By G. W. Allen, of this 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 region of Wisconsin. FARM FOR SALE —The W o . Halstead farm, in the town of Jacksonport. For particulars call at this office, or address Dr. A. E. Hals...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. HOW A CREVIOUS WRONG AVENGED. WAS CHAPTER XI. 0 Porof bad said, 'Wo still havo the Em- peror to go tv, but it was easier said than done, for various reasons, The difficulty was to get to the Emperor. Porof know very well that it was absolutely forbidden to accost tho Emperor, no matter under what pretext, in public. The thing seemed hard Porof was aware, though, that with- out this interdict the Czar's life would bo a misery, and his promenade, elsowhere fban in his private grounds, or at Might, a myth. Secondly, Porof suspected that the old woman's principals would not remain inac- tive under their defeat, that they would not fail to Set a watch upon their enemy's do- ings for that they considered him their enemy ho had no doubt. So he kept coy for several days. Ho wat not mistaken. Gretzky had been too ghd to contribute lavishly towards Princess Adine's scheme, and his comrades had not been behindhand. When their money was returned the same inter medisry that ha...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

Solid Comfort * -/ Hesuit&from Taking Hood's Sarsaparilla That Tfred Feeling-Loss of Appo- tlto -Weak and Faint. \"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: , \"Gentlemen:—About three months ago I was overcome by that tired feeling. Felt dull and tired all the time. I caught a very bad cold In my head, which caused me much pain, and es- pecially about my right eye. I seemed to lose. t£e sense of smell and tagte for three weeks, and my appetite was entirely gone. I became go weak and faint I was not able to be up. My husband bought me three bottles of Hood's Bar- HoodV$Cure •aparllla and two boxes of Hood's Pills. I took these medicines, and am now strong. Do my own housework, have a good appetite and sleep with solid comfort I recommend Hood's Sarsa- parilla to all my frlend3 for it gave me health.\" Mas. A. BARNARD, Rico Lake, \"Wisconsin. Mood*8 Pllla cure liver Ills, constipation, biliousness,Jaundice, sickheadache, indigestion. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement'sn8 •tends...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

WM MJNfY DEM06MT, ErUtfed at the pontofflcf, at. Murgeon flay, at meond clas* matter. • PUBLISHED WEKKLV BY : \" JOHN J. PINNEY, Editor ami Proprietor. ' 1 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. MPtSC'IAI, NOTICE. All persons addressing communtcationB to the IOO C o n w y DEMOCRAT, will please address the publisher und not the paper alone. Always addrees as follows: JNO. J. PISNEV. Publisher. v Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., APR. 7, 1894. EDITORIAL. ••••THE vote in Milwaukee was nearly 14,000 less than the registration. This accounts for tho democratic ilefoat. A nearly full vole was cast in Sturgeon Bay, hence the republican loss. T H E Advocate's conclusion must be, in which ive concur, that the doctrine of a \"tariff for revenue only\" is gaining ground, even here. The \"Big'' Demo- crat rejoices to .see the good 'work go forward. REPUBLICAN condolence convocations have been frequent since election day. Sorry to disturb your meditations, gen- tlemen, but we intend to relieve...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

IN TH&J30UNTY. ,- FISH CHEEK. Mr. atiii Mrs. .T. L. McDonald, of Ahnapee, visited wit}* relatives ami friends here last week. • C. A. Lundberg returned on ike Srd.•Suuday. inst. from Milwaukee, to which city he JliW been to purchase spring goods. * Harry Schuyler accompanied C. A. Lundl'Ct'g to Milwaukee, where he went to procure Itiedical aid for his eyes. Smith Wallace Co. of Chicago, andstore JL H Kiemer Co. of Milwaukee, two prominent shoe linn's were represented i-a this village tost week. injury. h. I*. Hill returned on Friday last from a business trip outside. He re- ports the outlook to be aurthing but encouraging for fishermen. Charlotte, the four year old daughter of DeLos McCummins is rapidly re- ' coveiring from an attack of scarlet fever, Much credit is due Dr. Horn for his •''••'•'•'skillful treatment of this dreaded dis- ease. The body of the late Guilder Guiuler- son \"was conveyed from Ft. Howard to this village by boat, arriving on -Wed- nesday, and was interre...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 April 1894

iOOR GOONTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. JHO. J. PINKEY, - - Publisher. REVELRY ENDS IN RIOT. One Man Killed and Several.Injured at a French Ball in New York. NEW Yonic, April :.-—Fro revelry to. riot\"was bat a step, and a short one at that, at the masque ball of the Carmen- cita Club in Tammany Hall about 4 A . M. There were upon the.floor ami in the boxes not far from 1,500 persons, and though the bar was closed there was no lack of intoxicants, so that when the disturbance began many persons were crazed with drink. Roundsman Shay excited the trouble by undertaking to stop a performance that was iioing on in a box occupied bv Eddio Iiirech, keeper of a Coney Island dance hall, and a party of his friends. The officer was told to mind his own business, whereupon he tried to pull Ilirsch from the box. Instmtly a rush was made for the oflicer. Other policemen in the hall went to Shay's assistance. Bottles and chairs were made use of by the* crowd. Clubs were swung lustily and many hea...

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