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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 16 October 1885

III -~-r—-w» FCBLISHKD EVBRT VfifoAY BY STDHGEON BAY. 0 C £ 1^4885 t #&».'wjiekMr BjcwwrciB 1a sent:to inscribe™ ontll em explicit order is received for its d worn- tinuance. and all payments for ^arrearages are •in»ae/aifi^olrefl\\TO-l£w.\"'-'.':' '''-' --T:' The courts have decided that all subscribers to newspapers are held responsible until arrearages are paid, and their papers ordered to be dlscon- tlnned. ' : - '-. The date on the addresslabel on each eubscrfb- V)r*s paper shows the time to which the subscrip- tion fs paid. • ^ . -:' ' . \":/.•--\":•... ' . ' \"• In alt communications relating to subscriptions, our correspondents are requested to state the postofflce to which the paper is, or is Id be sent, cnrefuI to write nit proper names plainly-. .',:, t :' • In directing the change of address, always give 'the present address as well as the one to which yon wish the paper afterwards sent. , •• , ••-..-.' \"THEelection i a Ohio Tuesday, resulted in a republican ...

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 — 16 October 1885

Theiminaifi heart has Wd^ffliSfeiiBni^ SS Insecret •lOT!fe'^tt':•8lk*ee•8tt^~.•f:?^iG-••v,:•'' •••'•Li•.•. The thoughts, the hopes, the dreams, the pleas- •'• • • •• • • :'^%nK^^'-^R'^yi-hc:'l:^^:viw:/:: •.••J- .' : v••:•Â«', \" -^ wnoseeha^s And days jnaarpassiogB^^nfuslbn, • And nlghtsln rosy ilotiflf^ ^ \" While!lost.ro fcunete orwealth's flmslon, T h e t a e m o r y ^ - But there are hoars of loriely Jnnslng, \\ -8u^a«iuevenirigsUencecpnie., ^-: ^ When, soft as birds theirpinionsdosuig, ' The hearts beatfeelirigB 8athvlBr,hom,er\"i, Then in our souls there seems tolangnisn A tender arief that is not woe • ' • •_»«» •'•• And thoughts that once wninggroansof languish, Now causetbtit someimild tears to flow. , ^dfeeiings. 6nC6 as strong aa passions, Float softly back—a ted^ WBam • Our own sharp griefs and wild sensations, • The tale of others' sunering eeeva. Oh I when the heart is freshly bleeding, How longs it fi»r that time to b e v ^ ^ When, through the mtet of years reced...

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 — 23 October 1885

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ • t l smBmmm^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m ATT0BIMT8. i./caiiV Stu*ge*H» Bay. liaick ofbank, Attorney at Xavr* Collections a specialty. Offic V*JK --r^^v^Aitorneyat Xatiy.^v-.:' ., •wutjiii iJsie'of the Peace All liusinj?ss^sent •tibh. Offiiie in lAwrence*s block, Sturgeon .4iay.V:' •v:: :- : -••: . ,•'•-.'\"••:.,:'-.\" :^: • HW M McNALLY, Attorney at Law, Sturgeon Bay. Office on-Cedar Street oppo- •iteHeflmann House, two doors south. X M, SHERMAN., u i i JLi« Atto\"*\"/ and Counsellor at Law. collections carefully and promptly attended to.. All business sent by mail will receive prompt attention, Office in Lawrence's block. Sturgeon Bay. PHYS1CUHS. F• MULLEN, Physician and Surgeon, Sturgeon Bay. Surgery a specialty—quick, efficient, and careful work guaranteed. All female afflictions treated understand ingly. Office first door south of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Co/s drug store. H• C.SIBREE, Physician and Surgeon, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Can be...

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 — 23 October 1885

|£: . Entered ai:Secbnd-c^^^ : 8tti^^N^t s 'V:- ^A^T -^!888 I The Mltorctftlie^iia^2^cw?seeffi| tainly no man of common sense would rigreewiilif^ Why^ ^ ' i t ^ ^ i ^ ^ i ^ p * ? . - : - V- cents MoMay helping |o? i the^hos. E. SmithVandtfrc^ in his mitten jiiid thenplaced the mitten oh his hand. ^ diligent seareh for the money shortly afterward revealed a hole in the mitten bat the money was miss-^ ing, having slipped through the afore- mentioned hole. FISH HATCHEBT AT STCflOEOS BAT. The superintendent of the state fish hatchery ataiadison, Mr. Nevins, has been here this week, for the purpose of ship- ping 50,000,000 or fifty bushels of trout and whitefish spawn to the hatching grounds at Milwaukee. A largo portion of them will be placed in these waters next spring. There is every assurance that this-Jiatchery will be located in Sturgeon Bay next summer, as the fish commissioners: b£ the state have in- structed Mr. Neyinsto look up a more suitable spot at which to locate this in-...

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 — 23 October 1885

PUBI/iSBBB EVEBI FBIDAt B t ::l, :^ ^T^StfB^ The W K E B X T ExPosiTOBtt sent t o snnscrlbere until an explicit order ia received lor It s discon- tinuance, and nit payments for arrearages are mode as required by law. ., • •••':' - The courts have decided that all subscribers to newopaperB are held responsible antil arrearages are paid, and their papers ordered t o be discon- Thedate on the address label on each enbscrib- . «r's paper shows the time to which the subscrlp- In all communications relating to subscriptions, our correspondents are requested to state th e , postofflce to which the p a p e r ^ £ * * * » Jx»»»t, the present address a s well as the one to which you wish the paper afterwards sent. JAY GOULD says a new union depot will be built in St. Louis as speedily as possible. The new building is to cover the ground occupied by the building now in use, and a good deal more,-and. is,to be one of the largest and finest in the country. A RECENT compilation of fires cau...

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 — 23 October 1885

' P6 ®KSiiyer^^ ':• Btfii^e^an4gdldffla4ialtea^ - i£:V \\4^:' TIWBiB'prs^ All the singers' heartsensn&red., •:?: /Sought to win her.'-':«: Sought to win her for bis bride v^^o^^^tovedthelafisso. ^'^ %--.v\"-'-v.- Day and nighttor her he rfghed^ ^'v '-. Tbe'demeanor-^Vv.: • •..• Qfthe tenor To*the basso frigid grew ••• Andtneoasso : As he was so ^ . ./...-.- Hashed, of course, grewfrightened too. • Anna smiled on • : •••''••\" Both, which piled on To thejr mutual hatred fuel ••'•*'• 8o,towinber, Bass and tenor , . , Swore they'dfighta vocal duel. Shrielred the tenor •:* Like a Vennor t Cyclone howling o'er the plain Sanasonigh To outvie . , • • - The bass, he split his head In twain. Growled the basso '•• Till he was so Low, to bear him was a treat Lowerfitillhe Went until he Split the soles of both his feet. Charming Anna, The soprano, . \" Mourned a week for both these fellows Then she wed the •' Man who fed the Wind into the organ bellows. ••• —New Moon. TUB RUSSIAN AB.WLY....

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 — 30 October 1885

.... r ri'M^MUm^i^lbim^s \" Wrgeon Bay, Office over A. W. Lawrena Tsthatthe tonethat roamed without a wing Through wearied brain, o'er lips that coold not Yes: *t is the thrush, in sweet, unconscious See, Who sends to Heaven the song that baffled me i - o # : : ^ ^flrgeo» Bay , Collections a specialty. Offic ^liacV.qfba^'^H:^ ^t|%-^ -:^r^Attorn^^ and justice of iAe Pe|ce. All fbnsmess sent by mail will receive careful and prompt atten- tion. Office in Lawrence's block, Sturgeon •Bay.'. .,.'•'-.-:.• :•. ' : .- . •: ).,. . ,- • :•• :..:/.-: ,. T3T M McNALty^ :XJL* :'••'•-v. Attorney at Law, 6turgeon Bay. - Office on Cedar Street, oppo- aite Heilmann House, two doors south. vTT M.SHERMAN, . X J « Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Collections carefully and promptly attended to. All business sent by mail will receive prompt attention. Office in Lawrence's block, Sturgeon Bay.. PHISIVUXS. F• MULLEN, Physician and Surgeon, Sturgeon Bay., Surgery a- specialty—quick, efficient, and careful w...

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 — 30 October 1885

Entered as Second-class Matter at t h ^ P ^ Office BTliRGEOi* BA*. 0CT 30.1885 C'i&ikiRand-wa3iuthe cityJ^Miifc t^Childrea's overcoats ifl great va- riety at A W. Lawrence& Co.*s. ^ James Cassils, of Jacksoiiport, pur- chased a fine span, of horses from Leo- pold Jacobs, of this city, Monday last. The house recently damaged by fire, owned by Mr. Colignon, is undergoing repairs, and will soon bo ready for oc-farmers cupancy. '•/•'• Julius arid Bertha .Noll are at Water- ford, to which place they went several days ago id attend the marriage of a cousin. 53TOver 200 pieces of choice dress cal- icos, afl styles, just arrived, at A. W. Lawnmce & Co.'s. Tho two mile race at Halm-s opera hall last Friday night was won by Harry Johnson. A fair crowd assembled at the rink to witness the race. Miss Louie Prescott left last Tuesday evening on the Welcome for New York City, to which place she goes to attend the Cooper Institute. Mr. Hahn yesterday fecoived the new polo set recently ...

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 — 30 October 1885

$ss^^^^^§^^^^^fig^^^^^^^^§f^s&0ff^$^M ilgiiJiiiiiSili ? ^ • s i i & ^ ^ f i A ^ i ^ T I I « % E E K L T J ^ o i s m B te font 4tf iinbscrijjeii nntfrati explicit order Is ^received firit tinuance, and all payments for arrearages ate made as required bylaw. \" A: v The courts have decided 'that all subscribers to new*pap«re are held responsible until arrearages ore paid, and their papers ordered to be discon- tinued.' '..- :: • ' •.'.. .•. • 7\"- •• - .'•'•V-' ' •.-'•''- W ^ T h e date on the address label on each Btibscrib- er*s -paper snows the time to -which, the sobscrip- tionif* paid. v -'.• •• In all crnnmnnicationsrelatinetosnhgoriptlons, onr correspondents are requested t« state the postofllcc to which the paper is, or is to be sent, careful to write ailrproper names plainly. In directing the change of address, always cive the present address -as well as the one to which you wish the paper afterwards sent. '.-- ' ,.-..-,-- THE execution of Eiel has been post- pon...

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 — 30 October 1885

y&m&W Hutabbldtbnce aaw inSout h Amen ^ a iatrbt whichwantp^fliil^Hving creature ifca* could fl^eak^tae language of a lost ^teteto^iMvmostdeaoiate^blrdsj^ ^Left lonely midst the strangers In^theland, Eepeating still the oldJamiliar-words, T ^ t none canunderstand. Words Bbifcwithlove or plaintive withTWceV Fierce battle cries and songs dead poets song, ' The voices of a nation linger yet Upon thy tuneless tongue. Words that once, haplFiasjrfth trumpet call,. Could thrUl strong hearts, or draw lortn g»a rayer through tears, . vain, unmeaningJargon, tan . Harsh on our alien ears. Who were they, that lost people of the past, JThose speech has fallen to a parrot stone, Whose name and memory have sunk at last To syllables unknown? I hear thee answer, speaking evermore . • . • That strange, forgotten language of the dead, But only dwellers on the shadowy shore Can tell what thouhast said. They come not at thy call, the vanished faces,, Nor any answering voice from out Times wrack...

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 — 6 November 1885

^B^^^^^^^^R sHgS8gE8gSli^S8H5BP»ig^^ ESS ATTOBHKIB. ^ i t t r g ^ E ^ . ^ ^ i £ C c * ^ Sturgec* Bay, Collecticms a specialty. Oflfc and Jifatfeeof thei'eace iAK business salt by mail will receive careful and prompt atten- tion. Office in Lawrence's block, Sturgeon Bay. ' '-• / ^ - •\":/~/ '^ „/ ^'^-V w v. : Sturgeon Bay. Office on Cedar Street, oppo- site Heilmann House, two doors south. \"\" T M. SHERMAN, JLi* Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Collections carefully and promptly attended to. All business sent by mail will receive prompt attention. Office ra Lawrence's block Sturgeon Bay. ' PHTSICIAS8. \"Tp MULLEN, JU • Physician and Surgeon, Sturgeon Bay. Surgery 7 a specialty—.•quiet, efficient, and careful. work guaranteed. All female afflictions treated understandingly. Office first door sooth of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Co/s drug store. •'••'• - .-- H• C S I B R E E , . Physician and Surgeon, •. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Can be found «l Dr. Mullen's old...

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 — 6 November 1885

fefts^^Itei^Pfel^^P^^H Entered as Second-class Matter at ihe Post Office ••' •}, - %fe^.i&.Ji« Sturgeon? Bajr. -yxV.V'^v.''- BTJjR^O^#A*v .N0V^188S inbixd^ ^veBinjf at Mias Hattie Bnrns, whtweBiekness we noted last week* is reported much better, A hoy ma observed yesterday testing the salt of the salt roller at Laurence's - Btbre. Tog Leathern took two crews of men with a scow load of bay, etc., over to Leathemport Tuesday. Vaccination will receive a fresh im- petus since small pox has appeared on the peninsula. Misses Abba Kilgpra and Anna Hen- dricks, of Bailey's Harbor, are visiting friends in this city. Charley Cornwell left yesterday for Manitowoc, where be will keep tonporial rooms. Dan. Heinritz accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs Jerome Wright will move in -their new and pretty cottage near Hon- E. 8. Minor's residence in about two weeks, „ A ten^bnnij, fllie looking little girl arrivedat thbre^idence of JiDropplast Friday noon. May her Uftfbe a blessing to her parents. • „. C...

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 — 6 November 1885

Tl'BLISBKD STEBT FBIDAf BT imw^mmx^ until an explicit order4s wcelved. for He disebn* tinnance, and all payments tot arrearages are made as required by law/ The courts have decided that all anlwcrlbera to newspapers are held responsible until arrearages are paid, and their papers Ordered- to he diseon- tlnued. - •'':••!\"••••'--±: •\" The date on the addrcas label on each sabscfib- «JT*B paper shows thetime t o which tnesubscrip- tion Is paid. .•b,:^^.^:. • • :: -. •-.-.v.- _'.:---. In all c^mnnlcaUona relating to subscriptions, onr correspondents are requested to state the postofflee to which the paper to, or is to be sent, careful to write all proper names plainly. In directing the change of address, always ejve the present address as well as the one to which yon wish the paper afterwards genfc'.::,- • . •, :,-'., The election lield in N^wTbrk State Tuesday shows a democratic majority of fully 15,000, and Fitzhugh Lee carries Virginia by about thesame majority. Connecticut shows...

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 — 6 November 1885

mm m Mm. ! ^ g ^ : TheJtnrorttralngm^ ? :.:-Tne'4wiytc1^ Holds baitfc her #»me»ts fconv the kitchen ••'••'.•'•\"-••'•-•inaidf ^K ^:- .'vrij'-,j.3 •-.:•\"-.\"'•- • \" Meanwhile lie latter teanaepdo her broom. : ^JnconajlqiiW of tfcelbow$he launtb^ road& T^groise^B aauisht^ eyes the fa?nieT*6laa!S Witfchanjf ^ \" J \"\"•'e Would pay a With hat^^glaa^jWlMle~tradin™\" the lawyer's wife Vonld pay n o visitsiroia th g clas s If policywere nothCTCreed in life, j The meniaht's son iiods coldly a* the cJerkj The proud possessor ofa Pedigree .v^_ . Ignores the yonth whose father rose.by work ^The title-seeking maiden scorns aU three. The aristbcracy of bloodloois doTO ^n . Upon the noureaux riches, and in disdain The lovers of the intellectual frown • • _ _,. ••'•' On both, and worship at the shrine of Brain. «'Ko classes here,\" the clergyman haffsaid \"WeareonefamUp,\" Youseehisraw :a And horror when his favorite son would wed Some pure and pretty player on the stage. It is the vai...

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 — 13 November 1885

'mmmm |ii^iiliili|piillfii . »BIS? ^a^ ^ Sturgeon Bay. Collecttons * special'ty. Offic- wid Jastfce o f the$esus5£* AU business sent i b ^ n ^ i w i l F i ^ ^ tion. Office in Lawrence's block, Sturgeon Btu»geon Bay. Office on Cedar Street, oppo- JLJ* Attorney aad Counsellor at Lair* Collections wrefuHy^uia, pipinptlyattended t i & A H business senJLby njattwill receive prompt attention. •},OlBce % Lawrence's 'block,vStu'rgepn .Bay.:: % 'li,':\"::-- ,-J:':: ' r P11YS1CMK8. \" | ^ MULLEN, ^:- ..^'V _C »: Physician and Surgeon, Sturgeon Bay. Surgery a specialty-rCj[uick, efficient, and careful work guaranteed All female afflictions treated understandingly. Office first door south of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.'s drag store. H. C.SIBREE , . - Physician and Surgeon, -• Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Can be found « Dr. Mullen's old stand. Residence in C. A. Masse's building, up stairs, next door tt SaDer's furniture store. Prompt attentiM . |wjd tb calls?,'.,:...

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 — 13 November 1885

mm. PLBUSPBD ETRRT VaiDAT BT fWffiMMfr Tho W*F»I.Y KCTOIrtOB«« «ent to subscriber* :*ifHI»**ipd(«ird*«* received loiHteidiaiXMW :tinulo^«n**Il'3^ fc^ei^rtBliiv^eddeiSiii tti enlwcrlberijto newspapersare held«*poMlbrf'«BtIt*riMr^ge «re:t»l£»M£hnjj^p*^ The date on the address label W^cW«fib«srlb^ ,w:paper^homtfce*fi In arf5»mm«BlcaUOTftr^^ «ar corrwpbndeatt1 are iteqiiarted U»- atate: the jpflrtofflco:w'*WeK^\"tlm::'|»iw toi--«l*to-W.»«i.ti: -careful to write all propername* plainly. ...,_,. In directing the'chaweol'addresa, always give • thepresent address -as(Well a«the oneto which I n directin g thecnaoge .he presen t addres s as n yon wish the paperafterwards sent. ^^: ?^.wil^be-^n:- jiyr- a condensed report jpfthe prpceediiiga^pf the board of soper- yiMre,putiished^eise^eVein this paper, a petition*-^goed by jftlarger numberof residenttree^holders of-thla county, was •f presented ^o/Jtte Wajri ^oesday asking that BJLelection be beW^Tofeiipoptbe* proposit...

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 — 13 November 1885

mm wm -Entered- as^Seeond^lass ^ i t e r » t ifce JPwt Qffige gTCRGEQN B A t i ^ i l ^ 3 ^ 1 3 , ! i 8 8 5 . £ ^ rlotjsr at Aw W. L ^ e ^ & C ^ s . Ghas* I. Martin lias a fbrcft pi? men at work building ait addition to his refrlg? eratorto'be nsedasanicehoosei\" f E#\"i large line calicoes»iM«i flttta^ ity, jast arrived^ and which ? w offer at 5c per yard A. ^ I I A W B E K ^ & G O C Miss^ Bose^Lavassor, who has been at- tending the Oshfcosh noniiaVMhool re- turned home Sunday evening last Some good wort has recently been' done in the grading line, on Cedar street, in the vicinity of Titos.- EL Smith's resi- dence. . ./ •. :.\"\" :::~':'':' .,], ' . Mr. Hans Hanson and Miss Angusta Gaiicksoaweremarried[yesterday. The ceremony was performed by^Itev. Medsen, . of this city - :^rr .:^'-- .--\\- - A. H. Chandler,dentist*-is* spendinga few days in Bailey's:Harbor, Jo^kingj afierthe wants 6t-the people te thai town and vicinity, ^ v^,,^. .:•',: j - / ' : [ \\ f^Pdwer Feed Gutt...

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 — 13 November 1885

xlsn^inSilieaTgrewi'a^^ Andxnornlngbrought tte-*nn* (:hr- K3 sBntlia^BMiire^ • gBe|!^j*pa«#wltfct^ ^ Be«rtatoii»t3ronrIovBwUlw«ar SSSeyiifta^iaajs^ Yoomfindfow'sreplayed the.\"unwise&xt,\" ^Tls^wefrti^ : AW^^«li(W«j^d/V - i And bold enoi^i of sterling stuff— - For charity 1B 'cbld^- Bnttlao not afl your hopes and trnst : • v^lowtettitod^jalne brings v. : We cannot live on yellow dust,. i. Unmixedwith purerthings. , And-he who pilesup wealth alone \\WH often naveto stand Beside his coffer-chest, and own v *Tte ''built upon thesand.'? ^*oo*«bsi)^IntodlygnI« . And soothe whate'erwecan • •• • or speech would bind the human mind, And lore link man to man. But stay not at the gentle words Let deeds withlanguage dwell The one who pitiesstarving birds Should scatter crumbs as well. The mercy that Is warm and true Must lend a helping hand _ Por those who talk, yet fail to do, But\" bnfld npon the sand.\" How Goarante* Companies Keep Track of . Their Ollents-A Defaulter Ar- rested...

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 — 20 November 1885

\"Ui & t l c e ^ U^ ^ iiy mill will receive careful arid j ^ m p t atten- tion. Office ini LawrdiceYblocky Sturgeon .M.::McNJii,tY^, : vV:w^?.--:k-: • :. . r ,«• . .: Attorney at taw, Sturgeon Bay, Office on Cedir Street/ oppo- site HeUmann House, two doors south. JLJ. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Collections careftlly and promptly attended to. All business sent bymai l will receive prompt attention Office in Lawrence's block. Sturgeon Bay PH1S1CIAK8. 1 7 1 MULLEN, Ju • Physician and Surgeon, Sturgeon Bay. Surgery a specialty—quick, 'efficient, and careful work guaranteed. All female afflictions treated understanding])?. Office first door south of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.'s drug store.. H G/SIBREE, , ^ . Physician aBdSnrgeon, \"Sturueon Bay, Wisconsin. Can be found ml Pr. Mullen's old stand. Residence in C. A. Masse's building, up stairs, next door _W Sailer's furniture store, ftompt attenbos /mil to calls. ••..'. -J. '.' •\" • J•dH.SOPER, Pliysi...

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 — 20 November 1885

^K#SS^^^SilBS88S^fi^i\"8tfi\"^ Pl'BMSHKD ETBKI VUlDAl OT THE COUNTY HOARD. STUBGEON BAY. .NOV. 20.1885 Th« VrZEKVt'BxrosTtmiB sent t a subscribers nntit an explicit prder Is received lor: it* discon- tinnance,end all payments for arrearages are made as required by law% • , „ - ^ - , t The courts have decided that al) snfcscrlbers to newpaper* are held responsible until arrearages, are paid, and their papers ordered to be discon-, tinned. .,-'••*\":\" /..-•'• •. • . ••:• .•' •\" •'• . • •\"_'.• '• V The date OR the address label on each subscrib- er's paper shows the time to which the subscrip- tion is paid. . . , . In all communications relating to subscriptions, ©nr correspondents are requested to State the postofflce to which the paper is, or Is to be sent, careful to write a)l proper names plainly. In directing the\"change of address, always ?ive ,tbe present address as well as the one to which youwish'the paper afterwards sent. THE BAILROAB PROPOSITION. Next week wc shall publ...

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