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Transcription of newspaper article from the Newberry news (Newberry, Mich.), Jul. 12, 1888, regarding the Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company., Electronic reproduction of: Transcription from Newberry news (Newberry, Mich.), Jul. 12, 1888., Source: The Daily Mining Journal Marquette, Mi. July 11, 1888  Wednesday  Three more of the new passenger coaches arrived here yesterday morning and the first new baggage car is on the way up.  New and improved patterns of signal lanterns soon to be introduced on the line.  Jack Todd, the engineer, is now called "the ten-cent man" by the knowing ones on the line.  Marley Wilson, the Sault division brakeman, enjoys the reputation of being the "greatest masher" on the entire road. That's the reason Tom Holden doesn't like the run on that division.  If the South Shore boys can discover nine more men built like Will Floeter they intend to fit up a croquet ground with animated wickets. Will denies the rumor that a pig ran between his legs without attracting his notice.  Even if one of his new clerks is named Jay, Joe Otterson denies that the occupants of his office on the dock are "a lot of jays."  Louis Reau and Ed Knight, having flagged their train from Hendrie to Sault Jc., now flag their way along as private citizens. Nice fellows, though, and will fetch up all right - somewhere.  Mr. E. V. Sedgwick, superintendent of motive power and machinery, has just returned from Philadelphia, and reports that the first of the 15 new passenger engines and 15 new freight engines being built at the Baldwin Works for the South Shore will probably arrive here by August 1.  DSS and A Equipment Locomotives
Abstract/Description: Transcription of newspaper article from the Newberry news (Newberry, Mich.), Jul. 12, 1888, regarding the Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company.
Subject(s): Railroads
Newberry (Mich.)
Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Company
Date Created: 1888-07-12