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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 July 1894

Jl^lS VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1894. NO. 24. LOCAL. Most of the tugs at this pPrt are now- burning wood. John Graef moved into his new build?-. ing last Tuesday. All kinds of cereal crops coutinue to grow at a furious rate/ The barge Joys loaded lumber at the Reynolds mill Thursday. Messrs Knapp & Gillen have the raiUa road bridge piling nearly completed. A very large and orderly crowd at- tended the dance at Opera Hall on Wed- nesday. Brick laying will be commenced next week on M. Cochem-s new brick stbrej building. : : • ' ' ^ Mrs. Wm. Relir, of this city* djDed^oi^ Monday. The funeral .occurred on Thursday. . _ '•' :.' 0':$0&&^$Â¥ A beautiful shower'of^iif^a^d^id the hearts of farmer8nttjj||ira9|i^^ti. Thursday. -^^M^^M^i^imk HalPs circus exhibitedjfoiS^I^Slil^ people both mQr4inj^gaxS|^6^i|ii:Siiii| Wednesday. \"'}:^^:M^i^ffiM§^& The water in tte ::b^g^|^g|^v|eB|pj5 Thursday1 than a Any : ti&||b^^ ing this season.\\ ''- v:s^ frtf|§^ ^^ ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 July 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered' at the poslotllce at Ulurrjeon liay, as *econiuaia mattrr PUBLISHED WEEKLY UV JOH N J. JPINrSLB.Y, •Kdllor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. £1.50 PER YEAR. KI'KCIAL NOTH'R. All persons addressing communications to the Doon COUNTY DKMOCHAT. will please address the publisher and not the paper alone. Alwava addrews UH follows: ' JSO. j , 1'INKKY, Publisher. I Sturgeon Hay, Wi.*. STURGEON BAY. AVI S., JULY 7, 18»1. EDITORIAL. • I F Minor is bossing the job. In.- WouldI better quit if in. isn't bns.«iug ih.* job, In: would better gel a gun. TUEUK i.s lit least, One (Vftlinlic ill Door county who thinks the A. 1'. A. i \"scarecrow \" A good opportunity for missionary work right at home. GUEENKAY and iirown county people \"have again boon caught on the time wo.ru \"custom house promise.\"' Fish will bite, and lish will get. caught. that story that Sawyer had tobribe him in order to get his vote, that it will be strange if some Door county people, who kn...

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

|| ..\\-~S?W^3)^» IN Tfi^GOUNTY. J A C K S O N P O l t T . I and on the highway. A s yet there is : :'iio remedy for the work of this pest. - • . , , i l'or several vears thev havt? heeii \"rail- Robert Slienvood smiles blandly of \\ M a i v i I U , r e : i s i l I f itln \" m i l l l |„r in the increasingf 1 i milliners m northern towns of the count v. Thev pletely disappeared. However, it is now low enough 'so that travel ean keep in the main load instead of heing obliged to g o miles out o f t h e w a y t v * - •g^t around it. • yfyyyV.:ArtI*tl*.l'a.iwr HattRing. M M y d U ^vanfcartistic'wdrk in the above Irtte^&ijjp^ &t&|$llm§o§^ ^lfel#:§3y }yy ^^ ORCHARD AND GARDEN. late. It i s a bct.VV Chas. Root wa s hi .\"sturgeon Ba y the j are reported as far this wa y as the fore part ot the weVk. j south side of Kangaroo Lake. Th e irrepressible Green Bay flies have j Th e bis lake that formed across the made their appearance' i highway at 'Tltim Bottom\" on the Kgg Work...

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

U S E F U L C O M B I N A T I O N S . REG RAFTING TREES . C O N V E N I E N T PIG S T Y . Its Arrangement ln*nre Comfort a« Well at CleanUneaa. $ Th e heavy lines represent a building t i o ^ d ^ b l e hoe and handle for | ^ J ^ ^ ^ V ! , ^ ^ . ^ ^ f u ^ e r story 7 s V v u S a \" i n t o * * rooms in one is stored th e feed an d in Xtot.ch.ble Hoe.\"an7~H«Ddle for P.e la j * Ia V ' J f * « ! « » « • * . That the Work the Garden. j Should Be Draw Neatly. Herewith pen sketch of acombina- 1 A s there are m a n y a t this season of use in the garden, which I have used to j P e a r t r e e s b y redrafting wit h better advantage. Th e handle is of wood, I varieties, it is important that the work like the ordinary hoe handle, bu t t h e j b o neatly done an d th e n e w trees ferule a t the business end is square and j present a handsome appearance. This of steel, tempered hard, wit h a threaded i B n o t alway s done, an d no t infrequent- hole running through the solid end ] y w ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 July 1894

!ftim VOL. 2. STURGTSOtt BAY, W i a , SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1S94. NO. 25. L O C A L . Sat- There was no baud concert last urday evening. The last four days of the present week were \"scorchers.\" The board of review has been in sess- ion since Wednesday. There is an invitation dancing party at the Opera House this evening. Friday morning work was commenced on the railroad bed at the foot of St. John street. All the brick used in M. Cochems new building comes from the Simon & Kessler brick vard. The city school census has been com- pleted. There are 1,025 children of school age in the city. Attention is directed to a change in the advertisement of L. D. Thorp & Son appearing in this issue. Your attention is directed to the ad- vertisement of Mrs. J. It. Mann's 10 cent patterns, in this issue. Rev. J. M. Cleary, of Minneapolis, will deliver a temperance lecture at the Opera House on the 20th»f this month. The schooner G. . Houghton,, of Oswego, N. Y. brought a cargo of soft - co...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 July 1894

H i ii COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. MO. J, mmr, -.-.. - Publisher. 1 ^ Anarchist Arrested Who Planned to Assassinate: the:''Neiv\" Presi- dent of. France. Madrid, July 10.—An Anarchist has been arrested at La Junquera, near Ge- fona, upon suspicion of being concerned in a plot to assassinate President Casi- mir-Perier of France. Paris, July 10.—Proposals of the gov- ernnitfnt ''regarding the trials of anar- chists, etc, set forth in the bill intro- dnced in the Chamber of Deputies yester- day, are strongly opposed by.the extreme section of the press. The clauses provid- ing that persons inciting to nets of vio- lence are to be tried summarilv instead of by jury, and that the judges are to have power to pass sentences of banish- ment, are severely criticised. In spite of finis opposition it appei rs certain mat the bill will pass with the possioie addition of an amendment giving the pres-s more .-freedom in'anarchist trials. The Oarlists will demand the shelving of the govern- ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 July 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. HOW A GREVIOUS WRONG WAS AVENGED. ?. :r| i CHAPTERXXXVIII. v Sext morning Alexander had it slight ^Spngb the walk of the day before had tired -.-- 4t&Drh6'hadbcen restless.danngiha.night .. his mother did not care to disturb him, and remained by his bedside. The bell ringing for church at half-past nine failed to awaken the lad, and Helen made up her mind to stay at home that morning. She sent the servants and all the other inmates, only keeping one maid at home in case she wanted her. That done, •she sat down by the window. A few moments later the child awoke. His sleep had done him good. The hour immediately after divine ser- vice is in Russia the hour for conversation. The peasantry were gathered around in groups, gossiping and exchanging such ideas as are current in the country. Their voices filled the air. The scene was pic- turesque beyond compare, and Helen, with the instinct of an artist, feasted upon it. All of a sudden a woman flungherself in- to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 July 1894

Mnierid at :th6 poMoffltf. at (/lurtfison Hay, as PO'BIASIlEl) WEKKLY UY Edito r an d JL'roprletor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR den of interest and the power to pur- chase slowly, 'but\".surely diminished. x X O H N x j P I N N E Y , Then came the crowning folly of the Mehmley law and two short years sufficed to bankrupt the country, in- I eluding the national treasury itself. SI'KCIAL zso-rici All personK addrci the I)o COUNTV address the publisheBraSovtuc'ymwnion™ r ami tioi tut pain Alwu.ytiailJrcf'sas JOIIOWH: JNO, J. PisisEY. I'ulillalinr. Sturgeon Hay. Wi. STUKGEONBAY, WIS , JULY 14, 1891! EDITORIAL. T H E men who of old went the sea, .-.In boats, probably ear$ when they got there. • ' . ' WHEN* a man by softie mischance be- comes \"only too happy,\" what is the next, thing likely to'happen to him? W H E S Kiieli men as Judge Gresharn, now seceretary of state, Judge , of the Michigan .supreme court, John ('. Black,'member of congress from Illi- nois, and thousand of ot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 July 1894

IN THE, COUNTY. i Appleton, Wis., for the past two years N 4 M U R j'carae home and is staying with his The picnic and dance given by D. j f a t l l c r w n o recently moved on to the Boulauger last Sunday was.a grand [ iiei \" r e Iecam old homestead that was success. !known in the good old days as the „ ' „ ,„. I Traveler's Home. Miss Maggie Kirby who has been!• , • „ , . , . , , •• visiting friends, and relatives irf Oconto1\\ *Le^horsesito 1MKU '1W vecculDubois y u.sposc-d of returned home last Tuesday. J . 15 . Delwiche recc thre Eugen e fo r $13 0 . . i iu Cash, a brood mar.', a •_' vear old half Miss A. L. Sparser of Oconto is -at j blood Ckdi- seldine and a half present visiting with her relatives, andiflvd e sucking coll.- Ami ti„. numerous friends in this vicinity. manv mmv trnod hhdi n- id Mr. Will MacEacham and Dick White- j this town for n! at side of Sturgeon Bay were seen on our streets, on business one day last week. lood are mrses in riye-away pritx's. | Joseph Rass...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 July 1894

STATE NEWS. ^-Andrew Stark, aged 49 years, died at feis home in Appleton. —Green Bay's school census will show About 3800 persons of school age. —There are now 360 youths confined in t h e Industrial school a t Waukesha. —Charles Fignier, Sr.f an old resident of Green Bay, died suddenly at his home. —Miss Jtilizabeth Maxwell was married t o Oscar B . Loberg at lier home in Stev- en s Point. — C D. Crippen, a well-known Mason •of Ashland, died in tha t city, aged OS year?. —Mrs. William Hognn died at her home in Oshkosh of typhoid fever, aged 50 years. —Three cows belonging to Edwar d Shepard of Troy were killed by a bolt of lightning. —Miss Abbie Cummins of Plattevjlle was- m a r r i e d ' t o Allen Burkeholder of Harrison , —Nicholas Car! died suddenly of heart •disease' a t Kenosha. H e was a well- known merchant. —The G-year-oId son of John Dean of 1/a. Crosse died from the effects of swal- lowing a brass tack. , —Mabel Houck, a Stevens Tohit girh wa s drowin'd in the slough at t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 July 1894

Mr. V a n d e r b l l t a n d t h e P o r t e r . It was an-uneasily officious colored por- ter that attended Mr. Vaudi?riilt'''Hn hi s iiartv oil a recent journey to his North Car- olina forest. T h e millionaire was scarcely permitted to breath e unaided, an d th e lavish.attentions of th\"e porter were so'of- fensive that th e victim quietly prepared his revenge. After Mr . VanderbiVjj had been fairly carried ou t of th e ca r a t his place of destination th e porter wa s heard with much pride an d truculenee com- manding loungers of his own ewlor to keep their curious eyes an d fingers off th e wheeled palace. They did not know tha t he clutched in his disappointed list a tip of just the usual size, and no more. Z_u CROSS-GRAIXED, - sour, irritable, so that the whole world seems wrong. That's the way you feel when your liver is inac- tive. You need Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets to stimulate it nnd correct it, atid clear u p your system for you. You won't mind t h e t a k i n ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 July 1894

ifroGe^dtofls of the CountrBoard. Sireclal meeting of the county board of super- visors of Door county. Wisconsin, held in the courthouse In the city of Sturgeon Bay, In said courity, 3n pursuance of the following call and notice: ,(•• ,.-'' • y. To Own.Killman. county clerk of Door county, State of Wisconsin. We tire orwlerslgnefl rflemoers of toe county •board of supervisors of the county of aforesaid, do hcreTjy request you to call a special meeting «r«..i.i imnwi t«hPh#.iii in ihf rourt houpe in Railway Company hereby oilers and agrees to of fcaid board to he held in the court c o u « - » \" accept Raid sixty dollars #0.000 of said bonds the cHy of Sturpcon Bay, Thursday, the 34tb W ith an agreement signed by said Railway davof Way, iWU, at lOo'clcifk A. M. Company, and accepted by said county board .' O I _„, v ! A -vviw..,. -•, itn«uffr. tvinir through its proper officers that said bonds ,Signed A. Wlltse. Geo. Bnssfonl. Frank g h a n g e a r ^ ^ ^ iromandaftertheirdeliv...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 July 1894

V : /'-'-r:'f'-$:^^ '•:*' 'i0$3SMS^tM VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 21 , 1894. NO. 2 6 . TRAINS MONDAY! B e g i n n i n g o n M o n d a y , J u l y 2 3 r d R e g u l a r T r a i n s Wil l b e R u n B e t w e e n T h i s City, A l m a - p e e a n d G r e e n B a y . The Railroad Company gives notice that they will run regular trains be- tween this city and Green Bay from and after Monday, the 23rd irist. Passenger trains will be run as follows until fur- •tljer notice: Leave Green Bay at 6:20 a. m. Ar- rive at Sturgeon Bay at 9:10 a. m. Leave Sturgeon Bay at 2:80 p. m. Ar- rive at Green Bay at 6:00 p. m. L O C A L . During August there will beafail- road excursiou to Green BayN The wild red-rasp-berry cr6p is^eady for the ..jollyberrj ing parties. ^ x tjohn Goettlenian contemplates again embarking in the. Hvery business. / Beginning next Montiav, the Pau- krat?? mill will run a double crew. V Great weather this, the past Weekv /for corn, haying, and summer .}iptel| /|// ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 July 1894

l i i i C i m DEMOCRA T STURGEON BAY, WIS. JMO. J. PIUHEY, - - Publisher. NONE TO TELL THE STORY. T w o H u n d r e d S t i c k s o f D y n a m i t e E x p l o d e i n a M i l l i n g S h a l t . , H a z l e t o n , P a . , J u l y 1 7 . — T w o h u n d r e d S t i c k s o f g i a n t p o w d e r explode d in th e m i d s t of a g a u g of m i n e r s a t Wtocktou c o l l i e r y N o . 8 today , a n d no t e n o u g h of t h e i n e u V b o d i e s w a s lef t for identifica- t i o n . O n a c c o u n t o f t h e d i s t a n c e of th e Stock - t o n colliery, f r o m th e m a i n b r e a k e r it h a s b e e n c u s t o m a r y t o sen d th e d y n a - m i t e a w l o t h e r e x p l o s i v e s in b o x e s to N o . 8 a n d d i s t r i b u t e t h e m t o t h e w o r k m e n a t t h e b o t t o m o f t h e secon d s h a f t aw t h e y a p p e a r in t h e m o r n i n g on thei r w a y t o w o r k . I t w a s C h a r l e s O ' D o h n o H ' s d u t y t o d i s t r i b u t e th e d ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 July 1894

LAKE STEAMER BURNED. . . . . • • / • _ _ _ ' T h e M y r t l e M . R o s s P a r t i a l l y D c - s t r o y e i l at. St . J o s e p h , M i c h . , w i t h Ltoss o f IAte. South Haven, Mich., July 10.—The steamer Myrtle M. Ross wa s partially destroyed by fire while lying in port to*- lay Fran k Smith, aged IS, sou of the •captain and owner, wa s burned to death. •Charles Oounell, chief engineer, wa s prob- ably 'fatally' burned: Will Smith iiud M. I.eroy were seriously burned. Th e loss is placed a t $7000 with no insurance. Th e fire occurred at \"J o'clock this morn- ' ing during the absence of the captain an d while the crew were asleep. A Bi g Fleet in Idleness. Chicago. 111., July 10.—River business rtoday is confined to preparations for to- morrow's great strike. A large number of boats which are not in commission .have been lying along the docks in the south an d north branches. These are be- ing towed down the river and many of them will be dropped to anchorage in' tin- b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 July 1894

BOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at (he posloMce at Sturgeon Say, as secontf cease matter. . FI7BLISHED. WEEKLV BIT J O H N J . P I N N R Y , Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, SI.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCKAT, will please address the publisher and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: Jso. J. FINNEY, Publisher. Sturgeon Ka.yH Wis. STUltGEONBAY. WIS., JULY 21, WA-,.,,-':.'.\".. •'.••• • • . • ••••• • '.'.\" ••\"••'. 1894 EDITORIAL. '•EAST, Wednesday Utah was admit ted as the forty-fifth state. Hail, Utah ! IF Cleveland only knew that E. S. Minor approved of his action in the Chicago strike matter, he might •doubt-. less be tempted to run for a third term. IN case the courts do their duty, Dreamer Debs,-will find it a more diffi- cult job to keep out of states prinon than it was to bring about a riot in Chicago. THK chief end of man is to be a can- didate for congress, If Minor could be a candidate all th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 July 1894

IN TH&GOUNTY. BAILEYS HARBOR. A', ..number of tourists arrived during last week and are enjoying theiri- selves in fishiug and visiting places of interest around lmre. ' Ih e grasshopper plague -continues to j grow worse and it is feared that they' will do much damage to crops during the coming few week. The wood market has become very dull. Little or no wood being shipped j from here now. Shippers attribute this j to the depressioii in manufacturing lo- calities of this and adjoining states.- A number of those attending Nor- mal class hero went to- their-, respective n u s i Fri l,i y even- ing to spend Saturday and Sunday, Among those who did so was Sitpt. Damkoehler. What came near proving a serious stabbing affray took place here on Wednesday evening of last week. For some slight cause, John Oldenburg, Jr., a boy of sixteen years stabbed August Dorn, a young man slightly his seuior. For a time it was thought one of the young mail's lungs had been cut and tbatthe wound would ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 July 1894

fflMSPISEiyilFE. HOW A CREVIOUS WRONG WAS AVENGED. j CHAPTER XLII. By dint of an onorgotic treatment con- sistentljr maintained by dint of Raissa's in- defatigable tenderness and watchtui care thanks to Ffidei, who spent nights in sooth- ing his mastet's agitated sleep, Valerian awoko one day as weak aa a child, bat in fall possession of his faculties, and free from fovor. This prelude to recovery had been foreseen the last three nights had thrown Raissa into a state of lassitude, which was not free from danger itself, but every precaution was taken to spare tho pa- tient a shock that might still have proved fatal. Rezof and Sabakine were by his bedsido when Valerian opened his eyes, after many hours of refreshing sleep. \"Is that yon?\" ho siid, in tho hollow voice ot those who havo been in the valley of death. \"So you are both alive?\" \"You also!\" said Rezof cheerfully. \"You know that you are safe. Yes, yes, old fel- low, there is no disputing that you are safe.\" An expressio...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 July 1894

W2*?5^£* o* people who visit the Invalids' •Safe\"*\" Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buf- -r^Ef^ falo. N. Y., or© many who are Bent ^f*rthere , by thosa who have already, from personal experience, learned of great Triumph in Conservativthe e Surgery achieved by the Surgeons of that famed insti- tution. Little heroic or cutting surgery is found necessary. For instance, T U M O R S Ovarian. Fibroid.(Uterine) and I vmwnw many others, are'removed by Electrolysis and other conservative means and thereby the perils of cutting operations avoided. Pl l F T U M O R S nowever large. Fistula r l l X l U m U H O , and other diseases of the lower bowel, are permanently cured without gain or resort to the knife. R i l P T H R F or Breach (Hernial is radically n u r i wilt. cured without the knife and without pain. Trusses can be thrown away! CTflNrr i n t u e Bladder, no matter how v | w , , v large, is crushed, pulverized, wash- ed out and safely removed without cutting. S T R I C T U R E S ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 July 1894

I STURGEON BAY TIME TABLE. After Monday July 23, 1804. GREEN BAY O^O STURGEON BAY, Jreei Bay. Casco Junction. I.V. 6:80 a.m. Lv. 7:30 a. m. Ahnapee. „ Sturgeon Bay. liV. 8:10 a. m. Ar, 9:40 a. m. STURGEON BAY TO GREEN BAY. Sturgeon Bay. Ahnapee. IAT. 8:30 p. m. Lv. 4 'OO P- rn- Casco Junction. Green Bay. Lv. 4:52 p.m. Ar. 6:00 p. in. GREEN BAY TO AHNAPEE. Green Bay, Casco Jc. Ahnapee, L,v. 6:80a. m. Lv. 7:30 a. m. Ar. 8:30 a. ro. '\" 12:45 p.m. Ar. 2:25 p. in. •' 5:35 p.m. Lv. 4:52 p. m. AHNAPEE TO GREEN BAY. Ahnapee, Casco Jc.., Green Bay, Lv. 6:30 a. m. Ar. 7:.'i() a. m. Ar. 10:40 a. m. Lv. B:S0 a. m. \" 4:00 p.m. Ar. 4:52 p.m. \" (1:00 p. m. AHNAPEE TO KKWACNEE. Lv. Ahnapee, Lv. Casco Jc. Ar. Kewaunee, 6:30a.m. 7:30a. m H:(l5a.m. KEWAUNEE TO AHNAPEE. Lv. Kewaunee, Lv. Casco Jc. Ar. Ahnapee, 4:16 p.m. 1:52 p.m. 5:55a.m. Bally except Sunday. B. DECKER. DAVID DECKER. Pres. Gen. M«r. AHNAPEE. WIS. SPECIAL COLUMN. AdvertlMemcritH under thl* iicuil will he ln»*rte Tor tw o o«?nt* pe...

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