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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 1 May 1885

TE&MS OFJSUmaBrPTTON: 1 Â¥ E ^ $ L & X ) ^ Entered as Second-class Matter at, the Post Office ••'' ''.at Sturgeon Bay. ? '.'.'•'• STtJKGEONBAY. .MAY li 1885 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. V. ifc C. Mashek's mill at Lily Bay is running again. A large hog was purchased by Louis Wetzler. last Tuesday. It weighed 583 pounds. Jacob Leohhardt will raise a barn 30x46 feet on his farm about a mile from town, to-morrow, May 2. Halstead & Son's \"Harness Shop\" sign has put on a new dress for spring, (when it gets here) and looks nobby. ,.. What has become of bur various base ball nines. Is it not time for them to . commence practicing up a little? t ^ T h e residence of James F. Palmer, the barber, will be sold cheap for cash. Apply to E. P. Cody, this city. Chas. I. Martin has established a mar- ket in this ««ity for fat cattle, sheep, hogs, etc. See advertisement in another column. - - * The telephone main line to Green Bay has not been in working order since last Friday. It is working al...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 1 May 1885

wjaMBBaawai^urtwai iTMi PUBLISHED BTKB#lfBtiif M STURGEON BAY.. . . ^MAY 1, 1885 pajrdpn Gen. Swaim. In Chicago has created quite a scare. Ex-president^Arthur has been suffering it great deaLfxom sciatica lately, but is recovering .'^--AC ^ Ger/ Grant passed his sixty-third birthday last Monday. He drove in the ^ r k in the afternoon and seemed as well as he had for a day or two. The hardware store of Hubbard & Wagner, of Flint, Mich., was reduced to a chaotic state one night last week, by the collapse of the roofand floors. Between wolves and eagles the farmers in the interior of West Virginia have been losing thousands of dollars' worth of sheep and other small stockfor weeks past. ' Another explosion occurred in London last week in the Admiralty office, badly injuring Edwin N. Swainson. He is re- covering, however, but so far no clue hr.3 been found to the perpetrators. * A negro in Atlanta, Ga., last Friday, killed a little boy thirteen years old, because he refused to let h...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 1 May 1885

r*r****i**r*^****l JfSPiJ:ijS^ :.ii t: olGebi.wmi B Hawm w i ^ wide jpablic iait •/: Washiri^ft b « the 4 7 ^ a reprinrand, which ^ i n ^ e 1^ the Presi- Osmari Digma has written to the Krnir ol Berber, adviaitiff him'\"not to fight anymore, because the English are building a railway to Berber and Q«nan DigmaVArmyfedis- -pw»ed :'A^ ^ d-' '--\" ' y: . '-y VO x.:',_ ^ n . Graiit. For some days Gen. Grant had been feel- ing better, and on the 16th he surprised his family by going down stairs to lunch. ThoNew York Son bt the 17th says in ah editorial that \"it is now ascertained that his disease ia not cancer.\" F O OT Persons Cremated. A two-sfary frame house On the truck farm of Augustus Wentsel, two miles from Reading* Pa., was set on fire during the night ofthei8feh by a careless inmate. The building was burned to the ground. Two sons of Wentsel and Frederick and Charles Hettinger were burned to death. Under th e Contract .Labor Law. Four steerage passengers from Antwerp are deta...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 8 May 1885

Two little, dimpled, rose-bud feet, AB the apple blossoms sweet, : Nestle in one loving band, ' Where bright sea waves kissed the sand, .v ^.\"./.W-:.J.\".''v ''.'.\"iv./li.ong.aep!•• •••.: ^Two little hands like rose leaves lay ' O H a warm breast as lair as they : T«ro little hands all pink and white, Like the tinted sea-shells bright, . • .•. •• .- \"' / Long ago! - Twoi merry, glad, wide-open eyes Looked up with wondering sweet surprise Into two mirrors, faithful true, WJilch mother eyes looked fondly through, '/'\".'•• Longagoi \" \" Two pretty, pouting, pink-pearl lips, Peach-tinged, like toes and finger-tips Two lips of richer, riper red, On love'swarm kisses sweetly fed, Long ago! A precious, helpless lump of clay In which a pure, bright spirit lay Waiting the mother's watchful eye To train it for the \" by-and-by,\" Long ago! Two wrinkled hands flke dead leaves lay 8oft folded o'er a breast of clay Two wrinkled, bony, bare, brown hands, Where sea waves kiss the crystal san...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 8 May 1885

1TEAB,$1^0 | %M09.75c. | SM0S.40C. Entered as Second-class Matter at the Post Office at Sturgeon Bay. STUSGEONBAY.V ...MAY8, 1885 J.OCAL HAPPENINGS. A severe snow storm to-day. Traveling men have been quite numer- ous on our streets since the opening of navigation. Mrs. James Myers, we regret to state, is quite ill, at the residence of her par- ents, on the Bajside road, some three miles from the city. The office and wailing room at Leath- ern & Smith's dock has been repaired and presents a more comfortable and pleasing appearance. The painter's brush has been kept busily at work so far thisspring, and has done good work In the way of adorn- ing our neat little city. We this week publish in supplement form the remainder of the State Laws, or those not already published in this paper in previous issues. See Chapter 455 for the fish law. The home of Air. and Mra. Hugh Mc- Fadden was gladdened Monday night last by the arrival of a bright girl baby. Long life to the little stranger....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 8 May 1885

a?f 'Mm mmm&m mtm^BmfmMmiimmlMaSB. P t D U S H E D W B W Y VRIftAt « t STURGEON BAtv, i i.. MATT 8, 1885 Twociittle boys at fanijalia, IH.J, while at play dug up some poke root, thinking it wai3 eaiamu3 rdbtj whicji they ate. The youngest died frotn the effects a few hoars afterwards $he other boy is still in a precarious condition. Of ^ie 47 appointments made to the diplomatic and consular service, 21 were pSrsouthern men, 28 of northern j bnt / f o u r of the southern men have declined, ' leaving only 10 from the states which seceded The most consulships in num- ber and value have come to the North. Gen. Grant's friends attribute his im- provement to clover tea which has been administered by his wife as a treatment which didn't have to be taken with bulle- tins. Abraham Lincoln believed that cold tea didn't iDJure Gen. Grant as a soldier. The old hero ought to bounce his docters and hire a general tea store for a time. There is one way of attaining what we may term, if not ut...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 8 May 1885

which destroyed $250,000 worth of prop- e l ^ v r a a ^ ^ \"were recovered fromthe rains the following day V-'•.-.: S -j \". - W ^ K K M \" ^ ' •^ .-.\\ ' , W/\" c :Mve::^irear8. • .^•. AtPitteburg on tfie 25thi liiaton Weston, convicted of complicity?in the Mnrrayyille gaswellriots, was refuseda new trial, and received a sentence of five years in the pen- itentiary. He will also have to pay the costs of his prosecution. Weston is worth amHlkmV - ' •• •'\" ' \\ Eleven Me n Bnried. News reached^ teadville,CoL, on the 25th, that eleven men were buried in two cabins at Homestead mines, near Bed Cli&Yby a snow-slide. The disaster occurred the pre- vious night. The names of the victims are riotgiven. ^ __________ ' A f_Jt_ty Place. The village of Plymouth, near Wilkes- barre* Pa., is being afflicted with an epi- detnic of typhoid malarial fever. A dis- patch of the 26th says ten funerals were held on that day of victims, and many are ill. The town is described as being in a filthy co...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 May 1885

W^&blcycle mania, ^ Br«ryeronl«g away from his office he steals, ^dqntekrywWrisofon.his^tt^iigwlieels Tlurotigh Knlghtabridg^ranaStomptoiiMsteet And bis eyes brighter glow as he rides turther The maidens a t Pulham and Mortlake know The gra«},%aB not green,%yben he first came that :HenayttOtmissodik^y tio^.^gt1u8-SBii been. '^1/• »'•• mewffl.-''.'?i''\"-ra',':0'-.,:'v''.:''-'v-:.-/'::- TO« gtrlg atthelr wnidoiws a» Wb^er #hy gsnever looks op as MflaBheB by. f « ? .^ot they cannot see a neat cottage at Sheen, Where a sweet littlemaiden looks over.thegreen, And, brinuning with IovB sings away like a lark, As she watches and waltar for the city clerk, - Like a rosebud she blushes, for, oh I she knows •••••••well:/ .:'-.^-'-:''-^'- . -•: .•':'*' Tto sflrery.sound of that tteyctebel. How sweet were the hours when, her head on his : -breaste•••.-^ : They talked, two young love-birds, of building theirneflt, v .-' •:-•-••. .::,-.. Till -the stars lit their lamps in heaven's blue...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 May 1885

^itjisM^Mivi i^ ^MAY:15^1^ Mom «APPENIN0S (•i|«jiafc loots.iioi^r»'^ ^Ma^^rkeiypf Ahoapee^was among: bu^eittfS visitors the flistottheweek.\" 8l)arns,at Mrs. Noll's millinery establish- ment, next week. v -Mir^Thos. S ^ i nrtnrned last Sator- : day from a protracted visit with friends •\" . ,iu Canada and the cast* i ,' • 1 ^ and stocking. The fiuder la requested to leave the articles at the ^thwestern. • James Myer*s son will now assist him in the^hopr-will nse the wooden razor, Mrs. M. having returned on Wednesday. \" ^rSomeihing entirely new inJerseys, entirely different styles from any before irooght here at A. ititwtrence & Co.'s. Julius Fisenne, of Ahnapee, has leased theshoeshopof A. Bleisner. on Cedar street, and will take possession of the same in a few days* Louis Wetzler, of the Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, has made arrangements to .keep fresh vegetables of all kinds on sale at his market. • James Brooks, of this city, has ac- cepted the position of wheelsman on the '...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 May 1885

&?$^^M^^9^^SM^M iiitllill w^«^^MH&i^1®&. ited to pretty much everything except AlHtbbaTdof Milwaukee swallowed a trade dollar Satardaymorpining, and is in a^tangeroas condition. He was toss- iB'mahtlfe^ ^ Last week Tnesday a negro entered the house of aweaKhy farmer named Davfj, near Ailflboro, Ala, and nsaaolted his daughter. He was captured and men took him to a railroad bridge and hanged him—the negro made a confes- sion. ' f Angitt^ whose &)dyiwas shipped fa a fcf tthk f roin Chicago to Pittsburg lastweek, was a^ rested to-day by Inspector Byrne's detectives^ .'-••. • ••••:--:^':\\:: -•-':'- ./..•-:.^. Speaking of th^p^to^c(& department, Vritea^Henry JL*. ^els6p ?it is now almost iCertaln^that Malcolm Hay will iieyer jpeffarm the duties o^firstassistant post- master-general. Therepprtsabout him agree that he is in the last stajfjes of con- sumption. A Polish\\rornatij Gertrude Wruss, liv- ing in Chicagov lost her life while resett- ing * little boy from an ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 May 1885

feifii ittlMiMiMil far tip a s Eo8etta,_whose inhabitant*! are in great distress. Their cattle are dying by hundreds from drinking the salt water, and aQ fresh water has to be brought tothecity £|^|£^^ &$ i i e r r ^ n ^ Storm iccn*r^ ^eyjcin- iiy of • Pe1^b^:y».i.W:tfe:toti:ae8t^y^ Log all growing crops, and ruining many farmers.\" The hail fell to a depth of from ^^ K Sand sheds So loss of life is reported^ v ^modelofft^ of five streets of housesoand\\aho^':::wMBh had been on exhibition for some rame in ft hallin London, was demolished by fire on : th^^2di^-'l^-idi»ri|6ge.{her'#itli that sus- tained by adjacent buildings, will reach nearly $2G0,O0& • .:, ,v •:• :/ The troubles witti the quaiTymen at ': Joli^''wh^chrve^''aTObtincea to be over, broke out afresh on the 4th, when a collis- ionoccurred between the militia and a mob of strikers armed with brickbats and pav- ing stones. Two of the latter were killed, and a great many ^oii both sides were wounded. ••.:V: .''- ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 22 May 1885

£g£ S?\"WS*^i'lf'tnereJs\"ln.i^ *v-1 • Thoi«hiblg*tte loadslie arewilf^w: a telltawr^^ K^\":N:STie:sh0-ok:«^^ ^^aiBpItefOf gradesaiiacurvesaadcuts, K ^ W I thwigb^ «^P**^rJr one-horse road o-r*^ V: ThatCTOBsed the track.andsmallrespect :-: /v v^aaaysncnrahdweaV -%-,^ .K: ^. -.-:...-:.-.: But whistled for the crossings, while 7 ^ / Just as we flew around afenrve,- / And darted through a cot I saw alight that made me start \"• As if I felt a shot A freight train lay before.-lis, Mke 7 • • .'Awagon-taa.rut.- .'•• .' 'v:: \\..: Across the track its lengthwas stretched, And not a wheel was stirred. While down the grade my big machine -, Went flying like a bird . I nulled the rope, arid worked tnevaSyee, But could not speak a word. I did my best, but toward the freight We speeded like a flash, - With not a hope but that we might Go throughit with a dash, I could only stand and stare And wai)b the coming crash. A level bead, a lightning brain, Oh, who can telltheir worth ? Above all v...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 22 May 1885

s f e n t * r ^ a r & ^ n ' ^ ^ STTJBGEON BAY. .MAY 22, 1885 o ^ ^ h a r d t ^ t ^ T h ^ famous Birdseil «pnn£ wagon IsofriexniUitioiiani for sale ^t B^n^y : BFO&J Call iiiil. see '^eia^^ .:^y/ry^ :: ^ff. W/Chapinab, of Hartford this state, twmi Sunday and ilonday in this 3 city thegaestof his brother Charley. , Atteatioii -16 called to the newradva.df M. MacDouald, Bay View Cattle Fair and the^ay YUriv store of Lawrence & Co. IIIadditionto the other improvements made at the Northwestern this spring, is a new telephouev It was placed in posi- tion last Wednesday/ - Mr. John WattawaV «oanty superin- tendent, Kewaunee county, spent a por- tion of this week in our city, the guest of his brotljer-in-iaw, Charles Lavassor. John Graef.ofAhnapee, has moved his family to this rcityVand will soon open out a new meat ninrfeet on Cedar street, sooth of Mr. Masse'S hardwaro establish- ment. : . S^\"Kelly Steel^ Barbed Wire ha-i a loose barb and will not injure stock, but willstop...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 22 May 1885

PIBLISHKD ETEKY FBIDAY BY MiMi&^£%&?^p&Mi'M'38®. p B r ^ ^ t i Cilinty, W # titgjiiia Satnr^ j^less than forty pounds. The Lake Shore &Slictiigan Sonthern railroad is about to pat on the fastest traiu in the world, Jt is the: New York and Chicago limited express, which will run between Buffalo.and Chicago in 14 hours and 5 minutes, an hour and five mi antes faster than now^ • Daring the month of April last the Patent Officei received 3,159 hew applica- tions for patents, the fees upon which aggregated $100,640, and yet Congress refuses, session after session, to grant a sufficient appropriation to employ a •large enough clerical force to keep up the business of the office. This is thehim largest sum in fees yet received by the Patent Office, the nearest approach to it being in the month of March, 1883, when the fees footed upi.99,515.-~£c?«nt//?c Am. On the question of allowing the American Bell telephone company to increase its stock to $30,000,000—or more than ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 22 May 1885

Jfllif8il mfflmmmi^^ ?S51SS®*3fis^^ ££fi*ini^^^ •are of the ministry, but the result was a the tfniteUStates h a ^ Isecept »f the hano^ of her bnfld Bdachr had anothertrial in New York - Hkrhbron^ 0 proved5 a^greW a:Inquire a^:thefirB,^: :^s v The two rebel leaders, Portbzalana Gow bolo^who were instnimentalintbe destruc- tion of Cblon by fire, weris hanged on. the afternoon o! the Gth. by order of the Colom- bian authorities. The place selected for the * execution was the exact spot where the first /\" .'::torctwa8:applied^ \" • -\"• '*:-' /:-The^ateam' shovel known as Boyer and Cbreari'Sjnbw owned by theSinger & Tal- cotfc Company,atLemont, 111., valued at f20f600v*rasl)nrned on the night of the 8thi The n ^ »s supposed to bo the work of the striking quarrynien. \\' \\ Trouble A m o n g Officials. Col. DeAhn, special timber agent .of the l»Bd office a t Carson City Ney., swore out a Warrant on the Othi for the arrest of Commissioner SparkB, of the land office, for ' jter...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 29 May 1885

:aeh£16rfefftt*wiii# ?^^ With gold and gems resplendent shone, A «sv ^m^*t^Wtoe/dr^nthj Bky*oniv 7 ^ Whovtaswere l«^i t^ttrple:^^ 5 ^ ^ ^ soke the first and said, \"Bed wine ... _ is Strongest far. :\" •••.v :,'\\t:ii: Itfiltethe heart withJoy divine v LUe brightenslike a star The rich and poor embrace benign, Andall men brethren are.\" /^rv'iS Then said the second, bowinglow, \"Earth's strongest is the King. He sayB'Go forth I' his armies go. They fear no living thing. Theysmlte the foe with deadly blow, : •'... And home j^tceaa^baag^': Then saidthe thirai *'Woman b! all- Of these Is strongest still. She rules the king within his hall, And has with each her will. , ' What man mostvalues, at her c a l l - He brings her lap to fill. : ...-. - v •'•'• . - .' . •:-,' '•••.' .-:'• ••::- •.•:'•#.\":.'•'••\"'' \"I saw Apame sitting fair , Beside the king of the land She plucked the crown from his dark hair, With air of mock command, Then placed it on her tresses rare, Ana slapped Mm wi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 29 May 1885

Jill ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^W^^^^^m^m^^00^iMm00M -EnteretTr «6 : &c*iid^s8#*tt^.at:ihe :Ppst Office ^ - i ' v : ' ^ / f 7 : : ^ STURGEON BAY. vMAÂ¥29^1885 K^v (J. ^ Preswtt is «*pected fiome ^::tq^ay^.{ \" iifin Male's resMenee has received a iiew coat of paint, and lodks If^ft and hew. \" .:: :- '•: :-^ C.-v-^: *'' V?K ifow halyards wilt be placed on the signal service pole n Cedar street in a few days..::'A)A\\ \\.^A f ^ S K - ^ Henry Sporland'srestaurant has blof}- pomed forth with two newaoorwaysigias this week. •}-\\^^.-r\\ •':•'•: • A new barber shop will be opened in a few days in the rooms formerly occupied by Charley Garnwell. Dr. Chandler will in Bailey's Har- bor, next Wednesday prepared to do all kinds of dental work L. M. Washburn's hoo.se is being en- larged by the addition of a bedroom, bathroom, pantry, etc. The first of next week Mr. C. Feldmann expects tou stark for Europe. He will stop fnidilwankee, Chicago, and Wash- ington, DvC./on his way. Lo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 29 May 1885

PUBLISHED ETEItf FBIDAt Bt tMi&jt&t aiailn&rg®^^ aW^n$Mm.An^ChiefcWMt^ Cai both •/?. .'JW&tarred and^ieatherefl by indignant ^citizens idrscandalous allusions to the -gentlfer8ex:f)fffi England, has renewed her warlike preparations, confirming the belief tliat there Is a serious hitch in her negotia- tionffwith Russia. England's relations with France are also strained. A fire in the five^story building of Snh livan & to , printers, 6th street, Cincin- nati, last week, resulted in the death of fourteen girls and one man, who were either burned or jumped from the win- dows and wejre^iUed_bytheiall. Victor Hugo died in Paris, Friday, May 22, at the age of eighty-three. The day of the funeral was observed all over France as one of mourning, all the gov- ernment offices, schools and theatres be- ing closed. The'expehses of the funeral were borne by the state. WASBIKGTON LETTER. From our regular correspondent. \" Mr. Cleveland has established a very systematic routine...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 29 May 1885

wmm rfSK :a Simatoiahiir^ ^ e ^ Gaa Light Company exploded onthe20th, % wittf^ft terrificnbfae,l^tCT i i h g ^ t e h a d i cleared awayy i t was found thatulobn Burns and Tbin Doran were dead and two ^v :*tta^ ia^y h u r ^ ihing, jumped to''death' from the center of the gpeai Brooklyn bridge, bntheafternoon of the ISthi He etrock on his side, and al- though taken fronrthewater immediately, ^dnJy^ivedafew^minajbes. - : :. ii'Penal'iServltnde. :„(. The trial olCunningham and Burton, the authors of the dynamiteexplosions in Lon- don Tower and the Parliament buildings, closed on the 18th with a Verdict of guilty of treason and felony. They were both sentenced to |jenal servitude for life. ' . F i v e ^iidjrciv?Eih«»cd , The housei of Henry Lewiston, at Owa- tonna, Minn,, bnrned on the night of the l4thi The father, mother and two chil- dren and a hired man got out of the build- ing alive, but five small children, asleep up stairs, were burned to death. Sacke d by a Mob . The county se...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 5 June 1885

v s j 1 thought I'd look m Blbt'TttB Raich,\"& *x-xw^^riimM^wha&Mr^^ \\ V *'Max'iswbaryerjetsyeraongjhriiit& - x,x.x ? Jd^^mg(|B^i8eBierinafce.'\\vx XjWawra shooter'n' advise- • ?:•y^xA•^t6a*^o^*^t«^tteat^oX.^xxx:x.••, x^ Bnt nuthln'severtafcjne down \"s 'N'made xdy bendersshake '\"'•••, Like that Hlga-abbtitthe doaghirats - That my mother used ter make. 'N'standlnM*at instead^ x J seen an old white farm-house,x Wlthlte doors all painted red. A Whiff came throngnthe open door— Wozlateepln'orawakef \" The smell wax that of doughnuts Like my mother used ter make. \" The bees wnzhummln'rotmd the porch, Whar honeysuckles grew A yellow dish of apple-sass . Wuz settin' thar in view •N* on the table, by the stove, An old-time/'Johnny-cake,\". *N' a platter full of doughnuts Like my mother used ter make. A patient form I seemed ter see, In tidy drees of black I almost thought I heard the words, \"\"When win my boycome back?\" •K1 then—the old signcreaked But now it was the boss...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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