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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 5 November 1886

~K^ter& is^Se-c^na^^ fc$!PS*EB^ jHiUere of bath # 6 o) ipartioi?, by 1« I f ^ttin^Bldck aridBrowii by a plurality of abont 30000 Brown WJS considerablyfeet edactaal neoihinanil^ of tbo^easury (1^- partment for the first iirm since be was :r*tt|^^tt^te^'^iid ca,H:fpr. $10fOiW,ObO of ^fc^er^ is to \"-mir ^ t u r e ^ e U ^ ^ i ? - ^ •••-- •/'•:'V.- ^- tr ^ Grieother in the See- flrid o^tric* is a vietoryoverdemagog- ism and a fitting rebuke to the disrepu- table bargain hiul by pelatney WiLli Gen. Bragg. Delaiiey certainly repre- sents tUe worst eiernieiit in politics and the people in the Second district may congfatnlate tbemselves on his defeat. TaiB fesuTlof the election\"!** Kewau- nee' couDty id a surprise in some respects. The county is very atrongly democratic and usually elects a full set of demo- cratic officers. .This year, however, they fail to secure the sheriff and county Biiperintendent. Woodward the deraor cratic candidate for governor/ receives. something over 1,10...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 5 November 1886

J ^ a ) i * ^ f ^ been taking a medical examination. \" V The ^yentl^day A3 proves the appearance o^ by the application pi at^o^ti^jf paint. a week from nbw until Dec, 3^ AH mem- bers ate reojiested to Ibe present as oltea \" as possible. ?\" A very'disgracefulrowPejenred on our streets Saturday night in which several parties figured. Too much poor whiskey ' was the cause..,:-V The Jtetephone line to Whitefish Bay was completed last Friday, and Louis Fidler is now extending the line to Horseshoe Bay. •'\" WotilTdn the new bridge is progress- ing rapidy. The piles on this aide of the bay are all driven and the work of plank- ing the approach is under way. Monday was the Feast of All Saints and Tuesday All Soul's day. The ser- summoned to Milwaukee asftwitness in the case of the U. S. government against ^y^ey^niip^ &m6 :t&0ieife^ ed A$eJftm^l»e^^ prpveds^iris^ since been proved up it is believed that the.8^t wUl^ y iffm.: M^^ fot^ ^traeti|gia sfp|p:ei^ook ^o^tarnH ingfJ61f r ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 5 November 1886

J 5aslitk-T*rrt3^^ And tbe smile on lte lips breaks throngta the SAitd ftHoldetatts fingers $&e priesewapJHWWsa ^roeSt&nflrow^^ /£X:' S ? I have longed for your vanishedtamzi& - ^ Hew Mends are cold and the dayeare dim ^:- l3dine\"baca:1»-y0o*»M*Jm^ \"^Pdrinylife'lableatandniy^pathioriom y A^iStace-BCi'IfJ^^ :i:BetaBria^ i -fer*6«M:t8^^o^-b»^-mttyi**^%\"^-^ :fititaerer tfr» treasures of all jjhe eartn y V3fsrvantebed pastwith the J«rtter*pf love ? To herwld wnite iKJSom r^~\" Bbin« of the B»ili : l|P fair visions, people may pay asthejr gOjand thus theaa^untsof ttewprld will be vastly simplified ^ says the Sah Fi»ncisc0 Cl«^niit^e^ But nntil tbafc time comeswe maylbofctoeee the old credit fsystem^prevail^ with all its v vices And these vices arei :many. Their chief result is tliat they wake existence a h4rdetru§gleibrthousaDdB of honest and energetic business men that they put a J^emiuni on dis- honesty that they waste many a good estate in Htigatidn,. and'':...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 12 November 1886

An47oa bi4^a« y .., Too'TOtrted lortJitte B»ou gwm\"**i*tyaei^^ Sl)oi& sa^i^ yytitbtoKotthoi^^ Axidtboua we'mso longbeenapart,Still Whatoot^etue I'm.writfogj Kel Carey y H«Wrdi^witi*ian^^ And be and Ralph8*nde—yo Hary— Jack WUtn«7na8CQB»into money : ^ v4^»»lH*«^Pa»B^tnewayv , fc: •:, 8be married old Dale—ain'tit funny! - '--'-. '-Ili^sasjsul^iiha^'ad^ Bertron**eaa of from Paris _Her bridesmaids w^roMag^ McKee, -:l: Tlie Weston girls, Beatrice Harris, : • v \"vyi^oaiacarte^^ ^'Jtrib^her-tbey's^liivSe^ •••: WiRbe the event of tbuyear. • c l i e groomIsyoungBoyd—youremember Your trio: Boyd, Biuiards. and Beert . *Tta Grace wed to Gold, saysDame Grundy That nlftgiitsAreasigbttowr.- Ttat she trieson herdress on Monday . ' . Tilsit's or*ered by*p6B?v^L^r. - ' • ' • \":°\"V T h a t mine's the opinionthat's asked for Tb» Bowers, the feast, and the wine That mY poor little wits are tasked tor The entire performance, lid flmv • The b a p p y : ^ isn't Gra^Greeleyy -Nor *ST«B n...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 12 November 1886

STOBOEON BAY. .NOV. 12, 188G. to women has passed the lower house of proclamation recommending Thursday, : ^ ^ ' ^ h ^ r ^ u ^ & ^ ^ • B ^ f c ^ i i f c ' f ^ i ^ ^ andibe«fei^tte^ aBi^rcro»^ weregatb ctcI' BW^O'-ifflMOOftTOha^ &iniai&&^^ the^ .Post -btrih^ingiCan^*^ - & r o ^ f ^ n ^ f e & ? ' ^ ^ **& 1»ite^ T i & ^ ^res£#ttito%o«^^ George aria Bopistevelfr otw^evma^rafltyttf New Yo^k ttan in the ^nej^ l plectipii returns. Wbatd6^yo tblhkitf ^epps^ttlii^ (*thc xiext horise s ibelngf repulilicanr I: aaltea this moriitosrOfa woU-knoimarmy Officer,: who, thpiigh hot a.ppHtfeianJt^^ ^^.bn pattexB oJ^'imtIpi^''08 well as iailitary affair* : will not be a bit au^rised if such proves tp bo the.ease\" was the reply.^ *'IVfelt all along: th^tsbniepeppioiniffht besm^risea. to the fact that he was foreman of the grand jary which indicted^ the MaySelf, jio%fc After assisting in his def«ut the reception was a rather weak sop throwntoMr. Black by the republi...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 12 November 1886

STUBGBON BAY... .NOV. 12, 1886. to women has passed thetowerbouse of pfoclamatfou recommending Thursday, tradeorgan.isof ^ ^ 0 M O ^ 0 ^ B M I ^ the defeat of Morrison and Hard, and liteoi j^rty tendered1 atieeeptioh Satur- day evening to John Black, the defeated democratic candidate for Congress. It is believed that Black's defeat was due to the fact Miart he y ^ grand jnry which indicted tfce - May rioters. After iassisting in his defeat the ^reception was a rattier weak sop thrown to Mr. Black by the republicans. KaviDg aowloated Gov. Rusk on the riot issue it ill became that party to oppose Mr. Black on the same ground and the severe defeat of Brown was a just pun- ishment to the republicans for their Inconsistency. THE Executive Committee of the Na- tional Council of G. A. R. concluded its session at Madison Saturday. The com- mittee authorized the investment of $10,000 of the\" funds of the order in gov- ernment bonds. It also contracted with a man named Davidson, of Philadelp...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 12 November 1886

S - i ^Tiiew ^ilj^klrj^f^^ -fwiu occur,^ y - ^ ?: ^-lll'u^^^SS\"^^' ^ 'y-::-':'TU©:::tor-iH^ lion, ^ewritorirali^ii^pa ^^ti ^ t t e ^ ••• is the reason.- ••: ^:S^&S^^-^l^0K[?:^ S {%iss^3& : # r u e j ^ at(Jtiicagoiretutfl^btf t h e C ^ a a Wed^ ' nesday uioraing.'- ^ ^ The Sous of German wHlgire a grand ball a t lialiu'a Oper& Hall next week Saturday c ^ a i ^ '•• ?o cents,.Ladie? free.: '\\s-'iiS' £S: has beeuviBitiug friends l a this sit for about t h r e ^ W ^ ::'Wednesday\" ^yeaing.^ To-niorrow aight the Good! Templars of Baiiey?8 Harbor will giye a necktie party at their haiiifl that place Every body is invited aadM good timeis proui- ised . .\"..'•' , \\ v •'• \" ••'.'\"' - Joseph Gamble, proprietor of the Greea Bay stage iiae, has, leased the Adams House, a t Green itey, aud/will asjmme themanagement of the same about De c 1. • •'. \"\"'^:'.'^-: ::7'^'•'\"•:. • Alonzb S/Putnam, was. awarded the ..contractlor .carrying the maH between this city and Evergreen aiid...

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Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 12 November 1886

wmm gaiirjiaiilBiin*^^ :^mfcleastMlBi*in^^ £itoit6jir&wai*iaoW^^ Wa« tbat the ekywaB IDrichmore blue Si-vOf tii*8ai^liera«f*ife«iicii^ - m:^ to-TIia**iB&l>attheri A rule tbat^jfflt^a^weli wouldgo--: - . Tfte Onesntaa ol the$moi:h- fiheblnsUd ami looked down on the ground, i^AnaaaMjfe^^'fcl^ And tnen^5»DoleeftrtJ» wmed aroonaV 5 * V 1tor*y^i$ wi&fa1i<#: S«Uo^tn Stomarjaftr^,^^^ S CAVALRY. A Northern M en'eVlew of the Greatest • •: : / *£ 8qp«Wim -C»»|*l^*!ea^er«»^ ' .._ \"raiding*iaiittw^terraed a^aferrijlak\" byjbHearmyand-\"|iiirtMB'9:\".o£.' . :\\tjli€Â»:-:-iSforth.'\" TbenPomsS a^wheder in theses* and Mosby in the^EafitjroretM op^rP onan thirteen, cubic feat. At ruling prices sncb a saronphagOB would cot* only $2 or $3. The name and date, a perpetual record and memorial of the dead, could be inscribed with letter punches or stamps on the head or foot of the block or Barcophagua, Banged-alongside of each other in con- tact/and in'two rows—th...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 19 November 1886

Theycameupthe street in the noon** mnmy sfs i*»G*Bad ^^ Â¥ -Men fiaiteAto^odk and13m?tor^ a ^ T - # * J » e a acKsk^ydaK the stones rang the men's '\\- : :^WJttairchlng-ieet^:i^^^ wr. - ^euveyefc^ » . , -•:• i : :X:,:K\"Versed^ ^ S^^e*rpt& ^ t ^ t t y s b u r g , Atgnra:lu*ast or J&ZC '?. ?What was his regimeati brigade iuj-». iJESI^ That once throbbed•*6*j&J& § £ ^ ? j £ f ^ ! ' a As his feet ke| Btepby ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ a n 3 . :: Tiiat heart ™ifa*a&£M£jtt£i - ':iP' V::^,:. p-V- Without a ftu^BffSii** s n d a e t t c ^ Ardbated* ^v§™bmthescunmcwvaM!, *':«« tfcen that i » countedi this nation more •i*'? 1 l,D8'in» aottare* or home and wile a»se up, deserted, theshop or * tore, • / Aua. exchanged hleease forasoldier's lite \"** « t b M that his manhood spoke aloud, _{ljf'J t «.,amp!edundereach narrowcreed* : While, teneath the shade of the powder-cloud , - -.W. sealed his faith with a hero's deed. \"Why should you ask where the act was done? Why s...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 19 November 1886

im^&mnwMM IRS kTCBUKOS BIT, WIS. mi .sAs^tlwJKHMllJlaK^ ^rasiE^^gg^ipiiii^ endorse President Cleveland's proclama- tion wtabllsliJngnoxt Thursday as the King of Denmark, was elected to the throne of Bulgaria last week Wednesday but Friday he announced thaUie would throne Is oncer more seeking ah occu- itigsrsoilaua George, viewed at Chicago at considerable length tains soracthTug for all good citizens to •edntr^jgl^'|[hirik^: jffiey 10^^!V^0 stantf ^ for the purpose of keeping the rich from ^birfngi^^ ^jBestroling ^^ e|laitiiWe^H|(j$i^ :iab^:ind:rap^ are tired of seeing one or two men live ininxur^ WM -B $iWtf*^Tw^ay that Pjre^ident| Cleve- land had tendered the office of Attorney- General, now held by Garland, to thein Hon. Charles RiBuckalew, congressional ^^Vlroi^il^fiiewoth Pennsylvania ifetriek ^ : : ^ ^ Chicago pork packer, a sample package ef buck wheat which contained a large anantityofstryclinins. A mau overheard the plot to send the package and warned Mr Armpur, who* h...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 19 November 1886

summer in Mt. Aufcwn/ Iowa, retiirti^ to Naaa^upoeliasiSat^ Ttte ChautaoquiaMt^wamdy Scien- tific Circle meets toVmorrow eveuing^ at the residence of Mrs. McEacheni. . ' Remember the (laace of theSons of Herman at flahii's Opera Hall, to-morrow night. Ticketsonly 75 cents, ladies free. The annal session of the couuty board was ended Saturday evening. Consid- erable basiriess was transacted during the session. • '•',.'* •'•'•' Those contemplating\" the purchase of presents shonId remember the fair to be held by the Ladies Aid Society on Friday, Dec. 3, two weeks., fronTto-day. Dr. Mullen, who was appojSited ppn- jeioh examiner of this district, went to MenomineeMonday to conduct an exam- laatiou of applicants for pension. Henry Martin, who has been in Chicago for a short time, returned Sunday morn- ing to attend the funeial of his brother James, and will again make Sturgeon Bay his home. The Ladies Aid society will meet next Friday afternoon instead of Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. Bus...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 19 November 1886

Illllllllpgpp^ ' - '/'• /-*iia:»wm:aS£S^ :S-f ••v ebdiftride, a pti^^»^ai&«i : ^«w- : :W:W ! : ^ vM••\" A dan^ter that grows like ailflff-.-ft •'ltieen,v^ And that blooms Hke a rose in agarrien of green, A dapper young clerk in an Ice-cream *atoon, Both a dude and a dunce, la to catty o n Boon • A n d a boy that is ten. and tb© pride o! your eye, Is caught Bmokingvite cigarettes on the my— : A t t i ^ t y a m a ^ ^ A t thirty his Are has a soberer flame j A t forty MBdreams and fate vteAons are o'er. And be knows and he feels as be ne'er did before v That a man is a fool talllie'B forty. vAlii we're.yonng and Wtfre old, and we're green ••:-v: and we'reeaiyi^-r- And the law of onr living is chang' and decay Come, see the lone spot in the Valley of Tears,, Where your baby lies now in thecradle of years, When no longer on earth he Is forty. departments to them has resulted in great improvements. One man is em- ployed whose sole doty it is to engage tbe'belp and to him afl app...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 26 November 1886

Tbe dear mother-hand on my Drown, early Anditstoscb, like ber lore, so caressing and vi Paths there are many, my soiv?::t %\\ : J*»sl come o'er you, : : i v^etoln^Wia^ ^ • :'*»WfeB^^ fi^od*i iSi^ , \"- - \\'-vl .--.-:: _ ui directing your iu&ure career, . i* „. t h«TO felt instate stood lTiiij™,::,^,^':^^ ^«*rve&^ty^to:&^ To be )*onest and uprightand brave, :•\": To guard asyour life these Jewels of youth, Thatirom Eta artd bom sorrow shall save.'' time has passed by Wee a dream In its fleet 5-ine88,'-,:'v-:: .— And my browucnay hair Is BOW snowy white. Whilst I ask it these worda In their fullest com*, '•'•••••lietBnasaV'-'-\"-.'. Have proved thevdear mother-prophet was By the rule of the age I must sadly confess it That those precepts Hollowed might seem to BomeyaJn--- The smOeot the world! Ah, Imaynot po?ees8it, Fox the egg that is golden I still most attain. Since, strive as I may and strive as I can, I must yet bear the stamp of a moneyless V man. v'v:: --^\" ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 26 November 1886

MNJHGKOS BAT. WW* ffi!5BVY:^:Bni«^-:airSaJ^^ $:®NW^ : '-:K 8TU3fi^)trBAYi. .NOV. 36, 1886. Vice-President Hendricks, and presiden- tial C a n d i d a t e s : ^ ! ^ 0 ^ ^ ^ 0 ^ K JBaymoftfaqdi^^.^ftii^H'-dl^M^ ^ In atew m o n t h s * • ^ 0 t ^ 0 0 i ^ : ' f ^ : there la M ^ men who h ^ gfcofoe tfae^roj^eao people. A DISPATCH ^ n i Washington last ^ t - ^ i J e s d a j C ?«oipne«s the reap- pointmen t of State Senator Jonas, of Kacfne, to the consulahip at Pragae. It will be remembered that Mr. Jonas re- ceived the appointment last spring bnt the Austrian government refused to re- ceive him on the ground that he had published articles derogatory to that government. The Austrian government has since withdrawn its objections, jaiid: the state department of the government was notified to that effect some time in September. The appointment is a good one. Mr. Jonas is a man6 of considerable ability and will make a good consul. CHABLES FRANCIS ADAMS, SB.. who was a son of President John...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 26 November 1886

2f 3ufcc*etrtcnt l0piiKiiiiii€ii I ^ James Keoffh,Jfc, w«« i t QfWii Biy the latter part«l lai?i week retnrniiig » -::Monday.':- ^ Bit £ ^ itingfe&ii^»^^ at ©rePn Bay, return*! Monday evening. ^r»nk Wellever^leavw to-day^4or N»r. way, Mich., where he will take charge of the supply store of the Sturgeon Bay lumber company. Robert F. Graham, ofEflfg Harbor, has been appointed assistant keeper of the light at the^nal in jplaee of Charted 0^ Chapman promoted. Mr. Adolph Sehjoth^onr right hand snpporter, and his wife, who have been vis'ting friends in Shawano for the past two weeks, returned Monday on the Welcome. . Mr. Joseph Smith, of Jaeksohport, Was in the city Wednesday on Ma way to Prentiss Bay, to look after M» interests there. He will probably remain there two months. Dr. and Mrs. Mullen left last Frinay for Milwaukee where Mrs. Mullen will have a cancer on her face removed by a surgical operation. She will remain there about two weeks. Dr. Mullen re- turned Monday....

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 26 November 1886

llltlllll ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ lSfss|feS g Heart weary ofbufldJngtod spoiling, For a dreamer HVBS forever, #fe-^y-.v &Eaat iBc*^!:^^ ^\\« Ot a Hfe that is l i a i r » ^ « ^ Y Of the faces lined with schemingv From tb&sleepless thoughts'endeavor, *:»! would go-where the children play , s jBkaadreamerliTeBtoreirer, ^:^/c«liiap^de^bntpit5V \" ' ? J\"or the burdens the rich endure, ? • There isnothingfiweetin the city : r But the patient lives of the poor. O, thelittle handsi so sWllfnl,: v. And the child mind Choiredwith weeds, The daughter's heart grows wflifnl, y And the father's heart thatljleeds. Ko.Sb 1 from the street's rude hostte, From the trophies of mart and stage, I would fly to the wood's low rustle,:: And the meadow's kindly page. • : «j Let me dream as of old by the river, ' And be loved for the dream alway For the dreamer lives forevwv And the toiler dies in a day. vy McRBntr*. SMJttiiOEB, MdL, turfmen own 250 •: race-horses. •'••...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 3 December 1886

J ! power—ye shall gather •And now.* said the Governor, gazing abroad on WUiesl^Teattat dotted tl» clearing^ *\"Tls meet that we render praises because ofthis S't'S^-^eld^lpHi^ ^Sla meet that the Lord of the harvest be thanked And therefore, I, William Bradford (by the grace i=^ft*Cto« ta^ailiJi^:•^iw^v• --^:v•••^• -• r: •- \"v.- . i -**!* S&Sijnsncluss of this good peopre), governor Through tfrtue of vest ~ ^ Ana how, to the month November, thanksgiving He hath granted us peace and plenty, and the He hath thwarted the wily Bavage, and kept him /iv^'•^lrom do^1ls:wTbhg^ ''-.y «•. ana Onto oi» least the Baehein shaU be bidden, • •••_ that he may know :. --• W« worship hl» own GreatSpirit who maketh the ^ v v - j h a w e s ^ •. Boshoulder your matchlocks, masters: the'e Is ^ J^ingofsndegrees :-•••Â»-•*.'- And, fishermen, takeyour tackle, and scour for . - spoil theseas • ' f And maidens anddames of Plymouth, your deli- • • • cate crafla employ To4 honor the First Thanksgivin...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 3 December 1886

KTUB«KOS BAT. WIS. :fi8ix ''3ImiMiA&c£- ^is^ Kntered'ail S«c»iJ«1 cins* SJatt-MaUBrit tiie Tost 'j-:W-' .t: - -\"!dftlce ar8lar5e'u Bay. ^ :.:•• FRIDAY pSCBMBEJl3,J1886. fiyof the paBtv ^fo tits victors bi^on^st fhe spoils'*,fiepmsvso\\\\ far as? ih|3 cwin is concurbed, to have been Mut^p^ into a cocked hatiby the present ^iMuistta^ i i o n a t ^ l i i | g t o n ^ all portions o r ' t ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ i ^ e ^ w ^ very many ^ san pratma^tttrs and H?lit house keepers iioldjnsrtheirold berths as if the boys two years[ago. had not voted to \"tnrri the rascals put/' This igjba ! enough in it^ self, but it is heapinjr^oals on the fire to take most of the aew) appointees from the ranks of tiie repabHcan Kparty. 'I^iere have been several changes in the / light house service but vvo have yet to I«irn of a dennarat bm\\% srlvan a place. A crnmb of comfort is found in one of our northern towns where one purported democrat wis puihed aside to ra-ike room tor o:ie wh^o demacracy was more pr...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 3 December 1886

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m Mr. d S. Raesser, of B:ii!ej*s Harbor, t 7ve C ouacir, arnler th* moat favorable pockets to liquidate their share of theS ipal affairs there will be_ paid into the city treasury daring 1887, at least 91.000 vf&rjsaifo^ • ^ fcr. L ^ the ^ P^ &:: V ^ ^ Chicagii visiting liis sm HflnryV John and Chris., who are li t bdsfness in thai city and are prospering fiueiy. There will be a grand ball at Uen« dricK hall, i a B a i i ^ Harbor ou Christniias jevenihsf. I t is given by the society of St. Mary's church of that place. ' '.•• .,'•' It is rumored again on the streets that the Chicago, Milvvankee & St. Paul\"rail- road company idtend to build to this point to secure » convenient location for their coal yards. \" » There will be a special meeting of Henry S. Schuyler Post No. 226 4 A. Bv to-mirrow, (3atnrdiiy) evening, at Law- rence's' halt at the usual hour. All members are requested to be present. Marshall Elliot and Street Commis- sioned Culluan deserv...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 3 December 1886

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Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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