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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 14 August 1885

ftEnts^^S{^Wa^i«&^ •srraoEON BAY. .AUGUST 14, 1885 to some businessMafctere ( :'$yl Is tbegaeat friends in Ap^leton v ^ , • The (tonnty^fcrkS d^nqaent tax list appears in this issue of the EXPOSITOR. an extended visit with friends in Cleve- Th6rniometer registered 68 yesterday mbrniiig and 52 this morning ai 6:30 o^cloek. •:• ':' : %'•':' .vi'-^-f/\"^'' Remember the Helen Potter entertain- ment at Hahn'e new hall Monday eve- Mr. M. Uaine»s residence, in the vicinity ofldJewHd. 0im^0Mi^MM^ iiliftiitlftrt^ evening, to which all are cordially ta- «ilerl»iiii^ the steamer Welcome, C. 8. Hamilton, of this city, had a remarkable experience i&xjn^i^ ^ ladies and discomfort of Beverai of the other passengers xWhije recklessly handling tlio piece it suddenly went off, much toCl's ^t»nfehment» He says he had noidea tlie blameabing was loaded. H.M Rnggleshas secured the igency for Door county for the book entitled •^breonal Memop of TJ. S/ Grant,\" and will begiii the canvass at ...

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 — 14 August 1885

^^B^^rMt^Mm^m^^ ^ -^Bia V * i o & T ' J S ^ e r i o j t t s ^ n t to suDJerlbers n n t i t a n explicit order Is received for Its diseon - tinnanre, an d al l p a y m e n t e fo r arrearages ar e T h e e o n r t e h a v e decide d t h a t al t antiocrlbera t o toewpapers i n hel d responsible unti l arrearages a r e paid, s o d thei r paper s ordered t o b e dlacon- T h e d a t e o n t h e a d d r e s s Tabel o n eac h subscrlb - «!r\"e pape r s h o w s th e t i m e t o w h i c h th e subscrlp-- tlotttsjHrtd \\ :-t~'t.1-.. *-\"^**::v \" \" : . v -: ••: - : I D al l cnmmntrleatlatw relating t o subscription*, o a r c o r r e x p o n d e n t s a r e requested t o stat e t h e poetoffice t o w h i c h t h e p a p e r l a , * W t o b e e e m V careful t o write al l proper n a m e s plainly. I n directing t h e c h a n g e of address, a l w a y s g i v e t h e preven t address : a * wel l a s t h e o n e t o w h i c h y o n w i s h th e paper afterwards sent . V CHiNJlhadaflooa, ot...

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 — 14 August 1885

j£ij§Bi?^\"yPO3£^0t-'! GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES. ?-iS«' 1^WBlOTiiiialBi^^ 8be wore a lurndken^ilef rotinct her bead s-M-Her pttperedeurlBtohlde, ffi:A?AK-*K::'\":C: :'.\\'s The^ounces on her skirt were torn, V: A: .-:. slippers «6**«iitIed«^%:r-:-\" Her jacfcec wanted buttons, and . 'Twae not exactly clean. •'.:: And through her worn-oat sleeves quit 3 plain -'£ -{V'fvJWiU6S'6HBRECEIVED SIM. ?•.:..:• an her brow her flofiy hair r.' ».-. die tangled sunshine lay, Her pretty Mother Hubbard gown , y Was rich In ribbons gay, Her little shoes were decked with bows, Some meadow flowers drag - .: Near her fair throat, and from her side A small scent-bottle hung. W.'l ^^-.^A&BB'B A8TBE tHTHO.-,, •, • : !Chatnever yet for conjurer. Did quicker change befall, Than feat youDg man evoked who came To make a morning calL mother and Daughter. . •:: rent t o offepring that ever came under my attention was that of Selina De- laro, the opera bouffe and burlesque actress. You niay recall her...

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 — 21 August 1885

SilJriraSisli^^ Tfui dearest, wwet*!M^ ^t^# : ^ V'Attd am^i^isis^^ Could not befoimd if oneabonlCtry. M that sameappellation'Mary.''* : ^a^S:ii$#er: i., uv*Hfe\"$Bltw5enrlB*l Vfmeaa nerJet!»eHaa^w*Jlatta,' ? 0r:?t!!utftt^ •But time ^11 change thisgoldenfleece^,:: To mateb the eyes in doKky splendor Or^Imogene,\" serene and tender.*^ . ' :.v' \"Oh, name the child for Aunt Louisa, Forsbe, good son!, is well-to-do, The compliment is sure1x please her, . • And we can call the darling •Lou.'\" [v / Mostprndaitconnsel.alltoolatel 'TwlxtMalacbl's and Mattbew#» pages Appears, nnchangeabte as fate, /Th e name beloved of all the ages. . The ancient gem. its purity / / b • .-'•.-'-£/ • Unspoiled shall grace our latest beauty Sometime on dearer lips to be , The synonym of love and doty. And gracious womanhood adorn, However fortune's gifta may vary, Till on a day Bke Easter n i o r n , She hears the Master call her \"Mary.\" ^M:.inaM^:^iittM: BY ALFB2BD CBAYON. At the time of the incident I ...

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 — 21 August 1885

^ wrote «^ ^iAn$al«li&iti^^ #* Could not be foundITohe sboul* try, -i^ *0n,caliber •Ethelind,' or ^Iteaa^ « 'but time will change this golden fleece To nmtch the eyes in dusky splendor Bar bettername her 'Beatrice,' Or'Imogene,' serene luadtender.?^ \", \"Oh, name the chM for Aunt Louisa, Forshe, good soul, is well-to-do, The complimentis snreto please her,- Hostprudentcounsel, all too latet 'TwixtMaiachi'sand Mattheivpages Appears, unchangeable as fate, The name beloved of all the ages. The ancientgem, its purity v -^ Unspoiled shall grace ourlatestbeauty Sometime on dearer lips to be The synonym of love and duty. Andgracious womanhood adorn, However fortune's gift* may vary, Till on a day likeEaster morn She hears the Master call her \"Mary.\" wmmmmmmmmmmmmm •JigSpjg! ^^^S^^Sf^^p^^Ri^^^^S MM&mM mmmmmmm jtt'i j | T i y MT VEttM CJIIEMV BY ALFRED CRAYON, At the time of the incident I am about to relate I was a young solicit- or, with no very considerable practice, and 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 — 21 August 1885

^^^^^^^^^^ms^^^m^^^m^^tm^m^^^^MM^^^M^^ Slillfiiiiiiiiiliii^HiSllStf m A A A A ' • A f e ^'\\a* Sturgeon Itey. A~ AAA..\" MlRSEON BA£& SAU(HJSti2i 188|Hahn's A feW cases ef small-pox are rfepbrted - j ! ^ § i)ri Mullen and wifferetornefl yesterday Xroini ashort trip tof Chicsago. Miss Emily tfecke is Visiting her sis^ vter^Mrs.:Hv . Seofield^ D. Hammel is expected next week with ahottiBr droveof horses.! A'^KiA^n The dance at the rink on Satnrday evening was well patronized. Bfrs. L. Stern, of Waupaca, has been visiting at L. Jacobs the past week. jttr, arid Mrs. Nelson Cutter returned Monday to their home in Marinette- ? • Andrew Beyer, of Sister Bay,purchasedi a fine horse of Leopold Jacobs this week. fi^HK4TH:& MlLLEGAN'S I X LTOOf paints, for sale by A. W. LAWRENCE & Co. Mr. F. McDermott returned Tuesday from a visit at Madison. He reports farm crops very good in that part of the state. \"... ':-•.'.:' The young ladies of the Catholic church, at Marinette, will give...

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 — 21 August 1885

lilillllllw |SS5W^' »l PUBLISHED EYSKI FRIDAf M W$tiB^:::MxMWG^M^*m ^:JrheWi^xix^^6e3^Skia. sent to rabscrfberB \"nntll att expMcit dr4er Ss receWed for \\t» dieeon- '''fin««B«^'-'**i4:wn^'a3^Mt»'-tor 4rtearag«.-.*te' made a« requiredwtew* v The court*:have decided tbat all subscribers to newspapers arefeeldresponsible until arrearageia. are paid, and their papertordered, to be discon- tinued. • '..'.... ?. , ,,/.-.. - v^. \"- .::H?-i-'V•*•'.-•'•-^ \" - The date on the address label on each sanserif t»rt paper shows the time to wbrch the 8ubscrip•. U6nv^sJafd.-.. --- -•. ^^^^ - V : ^ . . / \" In all conroinnicatlons relating to sobscrlptions, 0»r correspondents are: reJtteKted-ti»:stat the postoffice to which the paper is, or Is to be sent, Careful to write all proper names plainly, i In directing the change of address, always give the present address as well as the one to wblch yon wish the paper afterwards sent. COUNTY CLERK'S SMALL-VOX lit Mpntreal—40 cases in hospital...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 21 August 1885

Wmmm slteiS A death-match trod throng*fieryp a w ^Wlthneart ^)mIn6Tey^howthes&lUlrt> ^ : Heroic grandenra of the sonl _ w- In victories whose lessons stand ^ Alli^it and promise to the lana ' T h e r e is no death for stick as he, When slow transition eodeth agonyr His battles fouriit, his duties done, Hiscoimtey'slSebyvalprwOTk.,. The^hange is but a soldierVreveUle To greet the morn of inunortauty. When in the notes of muffled dnims Or tolling bells the requiem comes, With pallid lips of him we speak,... • Belief of tearsour hearts may sees \" But tor ourselves, no selflsb zeal y May rob bis glory of its Beal. His sword gleams brightest on the page That writes the story of his age . But all its conquests pale beneatn. Ita mercy when it soufflit the sheath, Now peace andfaith,by meicy blessed, Make Ms last foe his welcome guest. _ —-New York Tribune. CIRIOU8 ANpSCIXXTIFMC. AFTER THIETY-F6UB YEABS. A father and son met each other for the first time in thirty-four years re-...

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 — 28 August 1885

*M : ^©Atf6rt^ Sturgeon B*y. Collections a vpemlty. Offic gpli^iwSr'''\"'\"'''\"\"\"•'\"•\"•'•\"' \"\"\"• \"J\"\"\": •••'••'••-••—• by mail will receive careful and prompt atten- tion. Office in Ltwrence'a block, Sturgeon » ?:••:*- '^:v Attorney at Law, ^ Bturgeon Bay. Office on Cedar SUeet, oppo* aiteHeilmann House, two doors south. .•*- - Mi SHERMAN, \" ^ JLi« Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Collections carefully and promptly attended to. AUy business sent W nail trill receive prompt iattentioifc c: Office in Lawrence's block. Sturgeon : Bay. rmm'iAXg. \"IT! MULLEN* .:U-\", :•:' • : V.'V J j • Physician: and Sargeon, Sturgeon Bay. Surgery a specialty—quick, efficient, and careful work guaranteed. All female afflictions treated anderstandingly. Office first door south of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.'* drug ' store \".•\" H• C.SIBREE, Physician and Surgeon, v Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Can be found at Dr. Mullen's old stand. Residence in C.A, Masse's buildi...

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 — 28 August 1885

?ST^6E(^B^&iiiAtJ6ira east wlhdi •'*• -^•P :-r:!':': '-••'--/.^^'V- f A f e c i al election is caly^,r whiqht see notice in another column. H Will Horn, of Chicago was antongonr i visitors during the past week* ^r^^sephHoael, of tiiicii^-.tt:8fc rva^o^diefton ^ ::j, -18ee *oor contemporary,\" for tbe*bJack list*? Oatelittle stroke of business, that. Oiaeofthefsignsflf the times^-sign- i ng thepetition. See ourcontemporary. C^Fuil creaitt cheese, 10 cents per pound Crown Jersey, the finest full creamisheasamade, 14cents per pound a t AtW.lJLWBENm&Cqi'B. A fair specimen of marble was recent- ly found at the government bluff stone cinarry. •'•:'•}:/•'•'' .'::\" ...:,•'• '•-•.'.^ We can'tstopanypapers till the boss gets home. You'll get a stopper then, \"youbett\" :, - - Capt. C. E. Thayer has received the appointment of Fish Commissioner for . this^istrict. .' A slight frost visited the bayshore last Tuesday morning and blackened a few pumpkin vines. Bert Scofield has improved ...

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 — 28 August 1885

£^ i^s$ PUBLISHED ETBBY FBI0AI BT 'M!^^MW^M^&^WM-Mi^iK. :-' Â¥ ^« ^^ti^B»rt8nr» fc/8ent^ i& raoscrlbers s ••Haiti : an^RUcit?orae.l^fB\\:reiK|v^^Vfvite'-::d[i8coa' tinoance, and ftll payraente for arrearages are made as reqnli^'hjHawv*\" j'-: W^•'•- • - The courts have decided that all snibscrfbers to newspapers are held responsible nntil arrearages are paid, and jtheir papers ordered to be discon- : Untied^ ^•i'p:^.::-:.•': ::^:r:v*~:~ WM The date on the address label on each sahscrjb- fsr\"a papersbdwfcthe ''iimeW^VrofSS''-tb.e''«abBcr]p- In all commonlcatioris relating to subscriptions, dar^cnrrespoDdente are requested t» stare 1he pnstofflce to which the paper is, or is to be sent, careful to write all proper names plainly. In directing the change of address, always elve the present address as well as the one to which : yon wfsb the paper afterwards Be^t. THE editor jat theMarinette Star has been sued for Iit?ei by Dt^ H. E. Blann. Damages laid at fS^W). ' .JTHE \"...

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 — 28 August 1885

•me.sails are reefed. Like,„ t-blrda, ThtowlngB expanded) , -.—-»-—*+»^ bine and blue, r tte nighty e chased thfoday'twttt e da y .^ ..... t they ttUsharbot old and gray « Vatn ttorigbtl Perhaps the stare for me CoipfetottlijOn Seaven'sfloorjC ?Eercha^^tea^aneJentta ^ fe\"5 :^Ste-wat^-8eetout lMslidJ».^-BK^^ -And aatnnin^fros*fdr me do change ' Thffjpj^iMsuinmer w ^ • \"Butneverwaaft&er^ TO ' .Nochart was everspread, , j.: No Bails were furled, no anchors raised, z No tateinbu^compto wad, For lamj|pc^ ^en, brother, why, ^topeaceftjl harmony, . _, Ddth stag my heart? More gailM y sing Than If the argosy „ ,, Were all my own, and an its sails Did steal the breeze for me? ^Forpbor and rich the scales,are held ^Wlth equal good and 111. . I see the yachts, but own them not. The rich do both and still— Still rings my heart full merrily— The rich must foot the bill. •Pack. CHOPS. :••••• • ..-'..'water, A FbOBTDA weekly newspaper, Themuch Whisper, was recently sold in exchange foram...

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 — 4 September 1885

•IBM ATT0BHKT9. * t « r g ^ • :#:1^:kJstore5i:S^ jm$} ^'ifeticeof: ttie:feceS ?iAUipbowniJs^ient tion. Office in Lawrence't block. Sturgeon roturgepn Baqr. Office on CedarStreet, oppcy siteHeilmann Honse^two doors »buth^K^ ....—i* Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Collections carefully and promptly attended to. All business sent by mail will receive prompt attention., j tpffi^ ' hi \" Lawrence's block. Sturgeon Pay \".' fHtSlCUHS. , . TGI MULLEN, JP V PfcygM^ Sturgeon Bay. Surgery a specialty—quick, efficient, and careful' work guaranteed. All female afflictions treated understandingly. Office first door south of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Cb.V drug store. •'••v. • H• e , s i B R E E , '•• Physician and Surgeon, . Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin^ Can be round at Dr Mullen's old stand. Resident* in C. A, Masse's building, up stairs, next door it Sailer's ljurnilure sto**\" Froinpt attentic* : : iV^ ^ J•ll. SOPER, Physician and Surgeon, Sturgeon. Bay. Will attend to all...

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 — 4 September 1885

........ #:-y vS ^ by mail will receive careful and prompt atten- tion. Office in Lawrence's block, Sturgeon ::M^McNAtty^'.A:'::: v-V*ff:: P P Y-- *:PPPPP Attorney at Law, PJP-: sturgeon Ba ^ Office on Cedar Street, oppo- site Heilmann House, two doors south. jM-Ji Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Collections carefully and promptly attended to. All business sent by mail will receive prompt attention : h p f o tt UWenceV block. SturgebihiB^^^ \" ':'i' *Bt$lt!UK8. ^ M U L L E N , S^ r Vbj^MaM Swgem9r Sturgeon Bay. Surgery: a specialty—quick, efficient, and careful work guaranteed. All female afflictions treated anderstandingly. Office first door south Of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.V drug store.' - \"•: •/...: . . .•p'.y'P/ H• €,SIBREE» Physician and Surgeon, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, Can be found si Vti Mullen's old stand. Residence in C. A. Masse's building-up xstaire, j»ext door tf Sailet's ftrnilure stowu . Prompt attentiot -• »widto calls.• Pi-VP-jPPPi P...

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 — 4 September 1885

-^ iEnterba:» &!wnd-cii>s«:^u at H i e ^ ^ Office STUBGEOIir BAT ,SEPTi^l885 ^ n leathern spent SaiiSay-i iii\\:4il.t. / • Onr former townsnkn, Marsh Spear, is In the eity/ ' HenryJensen retnrned lasVweek from a business trip to Kaukauna. ^y^i^^^ii&'^'T^k^Sei^Disp was buried in the Catholic cemetery to-day, It. ft. ^rsbine, proprietor of the Erire- ka house, Jacksoqport, was in the city today. A little -laughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs Walter Kimber at an earlyhotir yesterday. Thos. VL Sinith is improving the looks of his commodious residence by the ap- plication of a coat of fresh paint. Ed. Harris has accepted a position on the Menominee iHiiraM, and took his der p&rturj^jfor^h^^ • Charltfe CJarf expects io^^pen np**'The OfficV^ex^pnday and will havethe finest rooj^fn this part of the state. F. X? Sailer has\" j»laced fine ostrich pinm^sflu his hearse and thus added i greatly to its already fine appearance. full cream cheese, 10 cents pet pound Cro...

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 — 4 September 1885

l l f i f e ^ i i ^ PUBLISHED EYERY FHIDAI B I $irtjiiaj$ftfc^ iinttt *h OtpHcftrora** is received for Hflrdiseon- tinaanee, and »H payments lor arrearages are made as reqalred by law. • Toe courts have decided tbat all subscribers to newspapers are Beld responsible until arrearages are paid, and their papers ordered to be discon- tinued. v V '-' '^. The date on the address label on cacb snbscrib- ' «r*s paper shows the time to which the subscrip- tion Is paid. -=:.. -\"'\\ • .'-'.•.'.•:•.:•' •• • In all coromnnJcationsrelaHiie to subscriptions, oar correspondents, are requested to state the postofflce to which the paper is, or is to be sent, careful towrite all proper names plainly. In directing the change of address, always glre the present address as well as the one to which you wish the paper afterwards sent THE August decrease in the public debt Is estimated at $3,000,000. THB first attempt t rutt a grip-car line in New York has proved a failure. IT was a very quiet Sabbath i...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 4 September 1885

OthwilB—notmxxch And seet her eyes, i ^ A killing gttieivi&Z- ? AanowyjSWWii-./.'W'. ^ { • TPhepledgeo! laver- AtwDl^itBhade, tAfraSi^smileVi-:^ s&^Avmfflarfager^w, ?Asha#yplte swffti A-nibine£atear8V .'£ A lather's sneers: ^ \" '-:-k' 'v. -«Fag»*'I««!\"-- ^ A postman's knock, A dreaded Bhock: ::: : • A tetterv: c ,i v i Anefr-fonndaon, * Where plans are mWer Two i^rents won Delightful! A fond embrace Aprytngtoce— . Sow^t^nll A swtttw^-bye, AstMedsigh: Conjectnre. A mother's room, A daughter's gloom: . . ^Al«tare. .:.:....: CHAPTKU U. : '''. A harried flight, A darksome night ^ a t covers: A heartfelt prayer, Breathed by a pate Oflororfl. .... A dower! AUttlecad— ^ Their nephew—sad *•:•And soar. rt.-..• ••.. -CiUPTBB rv.' ' ^ A baby boy, Ma's precious joy, Is sleeping: A little girl, , Pa's predous pearl, I» peeping. Ahappypalr Upon one chair Conversing: While grandpapa And grandmama Are nursing 1 —Cbambefa Journal. THE CZAJR'8 METHODS. Gov, CorrJn Belates Some Anecd...

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 — 11 September 1885

• H M H M M H I ^^km^0Mnm^^^im^ i - tutgeon B»y. Office ottx A. W. Lawreux ^^i^BBmB^B:BBBB:0M Sturgeon Bay. Collectkns » specialty. Offic ^ C^M^B^CA^RpS 0 ! f aiid Justice of t&ePea^^ by mail will recetTe carefal and pronmt atten- tion. Office m X^wrence't blocl^ Stargeon : j&afi:[^B::BBBBB^ M, McNAttY, B . • s Attorney at Law, Btnrgeon Bay. Office on Cedar Street, oppo- site Hdlmana Home, two doors fonth. v JLii Attorney and Conns«IIor at law . Collections carefully and promptly attended to. All bndneu sent by mail wiO rtcehre I prompt attention. Office in LawrenceV{ block, Sturgeon Bay. .•,'.'' AUTIIMJN. TJpon the billsthe aotnmnsmi -His radiancepourslifcegoldenwiiie And low sweet musicseems to run Amo\"g th» tnwyln of thfi pine Around us rings the wild bird'sscream Above, an arch of dark blue sky WhiteUkea maiden's summer dream The mista upon the meadows lie. —Auoa. PLEASANTRIES. The World Our Field Stnrgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County Our ...

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 — 11 September 1885

mm W^% fimereI a« Second-class MaUeirat iheJPiwt Office !t:&^ ^::r^-'-V: yl ^:Stin^eon-1Bay\"/ v :^J.:i \"•.•• SltmQBONBAt.- SE!PlVii,i885 f ^ called - Mrs. John Mnrray^bf the town of Nase- waopee, is reported sicfcf Attorney H. T. Scudder retnrned to his post at Washington,yesterday morn- ing. - -\"v- v - ' - V'r'',!--.:N--•':': .Mre. Marsh Spear arrived last Monday, her^husband having arrived on Friday, September*. Mr. and Mrs. Jalios Gray are happy over the arrival of a fine little son, who came last Sonday evening. We again call attention to the dance at Hahn's new Opera House to-morrow ' eveni^g. ^r.:\"'/:':::V/-'- ''':: '. Rev. Father^ l^eilegrin left on the C. W. Moore Thursday morning for a short vis- it to the west shore and (ireen Bay. h. M. Sherman's home will be prettier than ever, after the present improve' \"mentis are finished. ' Albert Kalmbach and family have re- tiirned from their visit toJir.K^s father, at Washington Island. Fred. Ellis arrived here Sunday fr...

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 — 11 September 1885

iiiU MMM mm £^y™!i-.K-&,i£'\"i, PC«U8BK0 EVEBI FRlOAf BT ilii^jr : MT&i'^is^#^i^ • 'ontli-^: .af«con-5 tinoance, »nd all p«ymeDt» for arrearages are made as required by law.\" : ^ .. The courts have decided that all anoecrlbere to newspapers are held responsible until arrearages are paw, and their papers ordered to be dtacon-j tinned. • • - .^.^:i- •-«' • .v^:\\ : .::'.-.. ». _ -••• r-_:j The date on the address label on each enbscrjb- er'g paper shows the time to which the subscrip- tion f» paid. -:/i '••'•''.• .••.\\^^- :-V.^::'v/,i.\\::'' :,v .v,: -. • ' , In all commnnlcations relating tosnbscnptions. irar corregpondents are reqoested t« state the postofflce to which the paper is, or ^ t o be sent, careful to write all proper names plainly. . In directing the change of address, always give the present address as well as the one to which yon wish the paper afterwards sent. SUNDAY, at Sleepy HOHow, N. J., Wil- liam Bfatton died from a disease re- sembling ctio...

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