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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 11 February 1887

rfi&&}&«*&'^$£i!%8%*fc '^^0^000^Mk^^iM Bt_souths ' :S»r*B Weema^m^^^p^: TERMS OF BVJB&G&I^OS, BtiWridM S«c«n«lc!Ms\"M« Miner it the F«t- \"\" 4Qe*\"atStnrgett Bay** .-*^r--' jn^A^FEBRUARIfi Xk|887. ^ _i_ai?co*«ry of a^Ued^iir^iiia^e •IntlieyldnftyoLBessemer haft#|i*«i qait * sengatio^alpDj? the G%eWe range. A Harljrjl^^ileg« | tk|t ate ioteiested party i p p atil#i^« ore from a neifchb^trelr i£ini ^Iite£ was wed as a «s*^$ffi ft0$$*$- • • stoat Iron Mining comi^ ^ ^»flp3|6 ore feeing piled on an^Wnbanltoi|^or clav. It Is not kuowninWa^yo^l^s swindled, out the reported find, which was heralded along ifipapge, cre|fc^l a great deal of sosplcid^ and therea no small amount of indi^tioa when the faet leafced out. th^y^f^wM takejwarniugio season^6$ii?hs$ty in- vestments iii.. mining f^ftfck^rith a mytBical-toandatioii,f^lttoi?WQv« . ON Tuesday last, all,the men in the .struk w^om^m^m6 ^ Johjf3a_$$S_*)&pm^ thsbi»e aM oneTpf hisJpremeh/ iiP6&...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 11 February 1887

••••npr a. ':|*v^r»}KVSv §SSjfe §Kp *!& TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six pitutlia.i.. • iTlirtfMtoUWi.^A^4i^i^ . •Xntefed as S«:*hd-class~MaH Matter «t the Poet *TO»At FBBfinABY, It |887^ fijuy^*ange}h*i*w regiitatij^h* sb*of mesne* In Uwpoaefor trep'jfcto a ^ c * * ? * ^ E ^ r idiswTeryof a\"8altednifoliBrift© ^in #efieinityojLjBessemerhaS^flNp quite » seDMti^|Uon the (Jqgebtc range. A Uarlypi^t ^lieges thttao- Interested party tftowirt a^qj»»l«^«r wasjiMedWa ^ t p c ^ # | ^ i ^ i i | ^ stone Iron Mining comj^y'sj&idtftti) ore being piled on an *mbanknii*a| of clarl It isf aot kiwwnjnai ttiyoib^jiHs fiwindled, bjit the reported find, ifhich was heralded along ihffraflgp created a great deal of sospicio^ and liere^was no small amount of ind^Bit&n Vhen 1 the fact leakekl out. TheS|«ibl|i(5^ould take warnin? in seas^n^oiptis t^pty in- 'vestments in m i n i n g W ^ c ^ ^ i t h a knythieal foundation, f^ltjcnay*rove khat ii,t^m»M^^^^MJ&Ai^\" re . « « i a j k ^ ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 11 February 1887

m pleasant caller at TBB INDEPENDENT -oiB«Bf*rti^ Andrew Rfflser, ofSijyto^^wh^ a been to Milwaukee on bflHiq^, pasBed through this city «b Kl| i^^^fl t last Sunday. •*••'J'J-\":li::^iSl'?C^i5:&:''-^'^:*e Next ^Jto^| ^.Sii••y»U•Sfi^tftf•'!fl[»y A large'stbck of both tender and sarcasr tic mlssiTes suitable -!f^% ^day/are being aold?^ - -...• w....:y_ •••\".'•- --v ^ ghermatf and Mr, nent officers were elected:\"\" President JoMpHarrington secretary, HarryT. Scofielci ireastirer Gapfc IMNeqoette troste^ CapiEdCoJci iM^Tborklldson^ %nd Gapti Fran Jail^jfinancecom-line totttefu I t M McMy^p^pb Harris, Jr.tioned, andJ*rank Long.:•• Ajset o£*y laws wej» adopted! underwffit&^^^ jnoft najy $1 iriitiafltoa f^aad monthly does were fifed at ?S cejnt*. Th bill re^tiog^tothr better protect lldttof fish in th^water^ of Green Bay and Lake MichigarnVwh^ doeed b£ Senator\" Sfehofield differs froni the law of 1885 only iabne essential res- pect.t Section 1, prescribing the sisie o Mr....

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 11 February 1887

^^^J»#^§S#i»it-| 1IS*M'-'\"?K^^ \": $M. \"'• r ~::: V i Oa rose-Bustediptanactes that ©left* the bine ^Sw-j-l\"-^^-J O h y a ^ dlagtaeeto toiteroathe plain— .-•• *te\" : tt^-w M/'-:: -Irte«olu(«s,\"toi5rievc»t toil and rain— ••-.- sfeK1?5:\" -^To feethe slave of sloth and soraM fcara Jiir'v^r^v :: •• .-. /, i.- . ••-:,. [ AttfUrty years! '• \\,\\- VnoVtb e M » OF THOUGHT. V Instance* itt Wliifcli IJralii Work Brought iliclies anil I'romotlon, t j ^ ~ - From the Scientific Amerlofti. K A youiig assistant of chemistry in the Boston Institute of technology happer ed some years ago to be in the northe rni peninsula of Michigan, says the-Nejw York Sun. While there he bbserv!d that the Pofts^e River and JLake Liniden were of a peculiar cop- per co lop, and, Hfrhen be asked the cause, was told that It was copper that es 3aped from ''the smelting and stamping mills of the Calumet and Hecla nwpes. Tyg^yoqng teacher put his thin kingcap on, and[then requested the company to allow him ...

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 — 18 February 1887

SB = E THECBYOFTMiffBOaOEP. • the darkstreet, at night, an outcast alone. Robbed of aUfriends, andshelter, andhome, Enfoldedbyshame,mittclose-clinging abroad, Fromthegrareofmy sin,no deen cry akrad. Ofthoseibatare pure, asthey piss by sonear. Though I walk the sameearth, and breathethe ^:':'':-aame*Jr,V The deepestofgulfcis dividing us there— There's a riverof darknessflowingbetween, Spanned by no bridge thatever was seen, - Save the one that DOT Saviour crossed, when he Clied, •'• •':-' -. -:•. . *'Lethimcastthestone,thainogoodhathdefled.' Bntabrief time ago,and my soulwasaswhite, As thftlily-browed maiden you're guarding to- •'\"- night, ••-..? .'•• •„_. And hopesof thefuture, Td builtup ashigh As the brightness of stars that shine in her sky. : I tremble and shudder, wheal think how I Ml, Through my love and its heaven, to the horrors ofhelll To-day I hare seen, arrayedin his pride, Witha beauteousbeing close by hlB side, Him, whothrough power, and pretense andsong Has wrought in...

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 — 18 February 1887

• i~ wnfetfeoJf BATV wis! :' rV^ :'3?aJaais OF suwcRira©:*. -^. \\ - SI* Mrtntte^-^,-^ — - . • -- —• ^•.-•-?x.:.. -. . TJjrteMoatlis.—:—-.-,i--- .-.......-.=. .40 Enteredn* SecmJdJflflsn :«ail Matter Htlte Poet ••'•::\\^: , '^Jt)fflto!|ll.WO*fef**m.'.BBM''.-:'. ' V SHIDAY, FEBR v OtfMottday, Seeretiiry Manning called a t the white house and placed his res* ignation in the hawls of the president, to take effect on the #poi-toeu t ankl V^qUaliflcation of his1 snecessor. this faction is taken in order to «How Mr. ^^Maniiing to accept tlie presidency of the Western National baink» of thecity of New York, flis lettei of r-esignatiou has been accepted by the1, president but he is. asked to retain ihe| position nntp the first of April, His successor will bo ap- pointed before.the retjess in congress. JAET, 18,1887. THE Wisconsin department of the Grand Army of the Republic met in an- nnaLsessien at Mii^faukieo on Tuesday. The committee on pensions reported a resolution asking raJmbers ...

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 — 18 February 1887

SPf^litif )^cli^ ilPMNims. , Jute^tireni Salbiia^ aflteietit pOatr Blaster^ was in the Cityr yjetsterftay. Mr Ilenry^BiIi^M#.Qf Fox Lake, is| in the c*|y, arriving Wednesday. iM/Mct^o^aMi cotii^y jcler^ went to Chicago Tiiesday oni business connected -with his cedar oil disUUery. Owing to ill health Mr. Jolins Eisenne hais sold but his interest in the boot and ghoeshop to Ms partner, Mr. Joseph \"Ziviiy. ..' -x:. * . • - ^ ' t ' . : . .Iv\". Grandma Hendershoflj, I of this city, re* ceived si light stroke ofparalysis the. lat- ter part of last week and ia reported '...: ftnite'iil. • •'-, ' '•\" • i-•, ^ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spbrbind and Mr. \"\" and Mrs. Eli Thouap?on started Tuesday |: morning for a short visit ^mong friends in Chicago • • • ! O.Eekhardt, of Green Bay, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. Ecjkhardt &[as the appearance of a man wh* is conduct!ug a deservedly successful business. | The board of directorsbf the agricul- • .'cural society win meet at the office of \\ C: A...

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 — 18 February 1887

ttiliiliiw Wei«tWiifM^?ontbe«irlkce. i^FjlKtJllfe^IBISlibCTJn^ And ioMs Jktehe*d proudly en high, Oft carries dread a e c ^ within Mm 11MM rendtf ezMeoceft con« ' • Bread secrets that KIT his soul over, Ofcrtin«kor.mlaft)rtane,orwOT9C. flow ime we knowof each OOMT. Th*woinaaofiashlon who sneer* Atfaersisterwhomfate has abandoned TOpoverty, misery, teari, May prove ere the «on tiK to-morrow M ^ deeply finmersed in disgrace. And the sadness sneered at I aanother, Be pictured nponher ownfcce. , Bow little we kiow oreachother.^ Ofourownheart* how l«Ue we know Weaxe all feeble nndez temptanon. Be our station in Wehigh or low. Ahl then let «weet charity role UB, Andhelpone another to win--'•• __• The crown that awaits those who strive#foe Avoidance of shame and of sin. •\" A BAHERY IN ACTION a Not as Historians Tell of It, hat as Ffsjht- v in^ Men Know IttoBe . From the New York Voice. . One who has fought on many a bat- tle-field writes the following thrUIing description of thewor...

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 — 25 February 1887

THJB SHADOWOF TH E KQCK. .dtear land, ftr^fer away,-': ^asttaBw.ateary y land , a r t caraway , . .- 5 K &hijr^^ WhUetravdewgay, wto harried UghUy by : With, carelessjeet and laughter, or loud «ong, V Pansedoft to wonder as they pft8»d along. How could they know tha», prisoned l a the A weary BpMt, dweUlnfe there alone, ' Shrank from Own- comments, and tuueea, un- ept bitter tears at every careleai word? Bat %hebthe scorching ran, fierce Mating ' ^ *down, .•:/•:• -. '••-••1--'• • •, ronching all verdnro, left It parched and brown, -• A way-worn traveler, fax from home, drew near, A,nd gaw, throngh blinding tears, 8 refuge Jbere. On aching eyelids, thenTthe cooling shade Seemed like a healing benediction laid. A.«d soon ihelraveler spoke—thevoice waslow— ^Oh rockli s it not happiness to know why shadow fitfta upon a weary land, - and help afTords to tired heart and hand 1 - . •. SCyncgers touch with reverence thy face BTorms beat upon thee, yet can not abase. Dear rock, I lov...

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 — 25 February 1887

w :&T : ^ X .•K^- YBnt&(&>'ia. iSasMid-cJass MillMattei'itttie-Foet 3 S if £ - i I ^ ^ ^ C T B D A B T , 25,, 1887. ^•••Yiy'^:: j^:4ii^SoHSnaps. '• 'v: \"- ^ i:'^\"^eeto^&^iai^::ri«i the: :ife^r»Iature'\\:pirsi- yldlii^fora \"soft snap\"forsoma broken tiowa politician & to say the least, dis- gasting. Bills proVidiogV for all kinds of eolbmiAsioflsaiidcliBrkships have been presented fetil as yet noifeof them have passed. Oii$ bill provides! for the ia- creasing of the supreme court force and the Milwaukee Journal shows up the matter in good shape as will be seen by the following: The more i the soft spots around the supreme court end of the capitol are prodded, the more apparent it becomes thaftfieTe is a mine of rotten fungus ^grown around the state's most horiorable institution that needs pruning with the grub-hoe of truth. In the state library there is a call for the appointment of an assistant to i help do the work, which canjiot be very arduous whe...

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 — 25 February 1887

waain the aty yeste^ay of good drjmaple-tyaqji at tliiaoffice,'ui A party of the Free Masonk of this | -city vfriil visit the Mapuette lioilge next i Wednesday . '•••• • 4\\\"•:' .'.'*:'{. I J. S. Cornell, of Wkshingtoiti Islandl . was in the -city this week tin business, 4 returning yesterday morning. \\ ~ j Squire Wm. Jackson|, of Bailey's IIar|- 1 bor, was in the city Tuesday, j|a attendj- f: ance at the Grand ' Array dancel James Keogh, Jr., lteks rather happy at present. Yesterday! morning another little daughter arrived at his house. J. L. Minor, of WdshingtoA bland, 1 keeper of the Rock Mind light, was in j the city on business thie early part of the week. ' ' ' 1 '^ Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Dfeutzer lift Tues- day for ah extended jjvisitatjJMftdison and Chicago. Thqy wijll be sorie two or three weeks. • Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 0. Spear returned 1 home last Saturday evening. They were obliged to suspend further visiting ow- ing to the illness of.Mrs. Spear. Mr. Chas. Van Doozer and Miss ...

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 — 25 February 1887

M: TberboedaOeM^ TaWi*Mir^^ In toll's great AtaJrittbercaiu: Mwp«teofiri«e» wno k#»iy :i*flSwftt« The sameoldfieldof com. Thefieldlanoneloo large OTITstrife andttetIncrease The taak, whose doing is OUT comfort ana ourpeace. Thenkeepthe '^tmrMihr. Woogave the toll knew best To such, beforethtar know, Has come the evb of rett PREHISTQRte AFRICA, The Bemwrkable Bulns Found Avaoifg , the Hute o« Sarages. ihtom the New York Boa „ e readers of Mr. Haggarcl's story \"She,\" will rememberthat wndn his little parly of adventurers passed , in their t»oat from the sea into an East African river, they found oh tlje - bank a wall of stonethat had eviden —Jy been a solidly constructed wharf some remote period In a foot no he justifies this conceit by alluding the ruins of a very ancient city on the coast at Kilwa, south of Zemzibe It happens that 500 miles nearer t region m^hich hehasplaced his sto: there are| evidences of a past chr zation that are incomparably greal than those he mention...

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 — 4 March 1887

Jit'g0K WlUi happyIwjart I haar A voice that onceWAS rtrong»na( OomethrtHlngithroiwhtbemlrt Towhere Ilea* and lirt— : ^ Ify tonl outreaching the weird notesto ne^L The air i* fall bfaonk Invoice* huabM forlon«l Bat most melodious wuen thejrwake again, . E'en though tbjttone* they ting AremesNnger* to bring New vigor to an oIdai|d bitter pain. .... And so we ollnib and reach, * Beyond poor hflman apeecb, • ... To something broadand grandandHeaven.)high, While longingjBtOl to find A dear dream left behind, ' Or the lost valueof a vanished algh. Ah me! these lays socold Have crimson streaks and gold Thatflashandflushalong Lift's barren win* 80 that the di \" Anfrfearsfoii While grief grows qi leaves glow, to flow, in its hateful haste GRANDMOTHER'S MONEY. •m ''Blesa and safe as, mother, what be ye doin' ?\" deriianded Farmer Mar- tin in great amaziament, as he came in at the kitchen dobr for a jug of j mo- lasses and water.! ' • ~ -l \"I'm a cleanin'house,\" said lira. Martin. [ • I ...

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 — 4 March 1887

fsSSs **- MCB«KO!« SPSS o!Hce ai Stii rge.m Bay |#H ftMfiGIl 4,ISS* gSgPs BIT. WIS. Mail ifortter it th^jFosi ^ p l l l ^ i e y e r a i a y w i rs^f-cpritrbfersy as chas at length decided-' to have tiiia ||pj(ii*coi made into^regular standard ll&irars,the exchange to be made at par. i ^ i t e ^ i l have tlie effect to increase the ^p|(ni«ig^-pi/^8iiver Jdr a- time, and the: land to still further stretcht his function OB% vetoist, andwithhold his official ap-\" proTnl «f this measure. It is estimated 0Kt atleast $10^)00,000 of this coinage will find their way into the Dnited States treasury, to displace an etfoal number of standard dollar. As they contain more silver than, the standard dollar, Uncle Sam is not likely to lose gf^ :ji the swap., • -:- . ' ' / Died From Exposnre. • 8HLELL LAKE. Wis., March I.—Pathetic, indeed is the story of the death of poor ^ld Fritz Hass, which took place at 8 •o'cjjpck Friday morning, on the road about five miles from town,^and within ^ Isif...

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 — 4 March 1887

fSilgflift •IKiii^ftii |. Dier, of Salona, was in the city tleman well! known here: Moses Kil- 'j^^i^0^i^i'^s^^M^:^ ::^^^\"[\":\"'s •b•-^\"•-••••••'•Â»•••- ' •• *•----—\"*•- • d i ^ of the ifoftrbipity-tt'^ reyoiye completelyar^odi^Ehe J^ttaSrtmaking ra^if p^«re|8. [ttlesoD arrived at U^hooseolMr, l^iilifeei Olinger ibis morning, J aivl Mrs. Will/Marshall liave beeTf |gfa short,pleasure trip around the [ern portion of the county. Tliey st J&lofday in d will probably rer leither to-day or to-tncrrow. Will French, a traveling boot and .Salesman,well known in this city bjwinty, had the misfortune to fall Ujippery pavement in Chicago on |£, breaking his leg'in two places. 'iK^P^NDENt was incorrectly in- 1 as to the party performing the Hage ceremony of Mr. Chas, Van [er and Miss llattie Mosier, County U McNally instead of Rev. CL H. blshould have had the credit. { / ie two-mile race between Blurry (ison and FredHoule which wis to ^ jtikeir place last Saturday evenjing, f postponed...

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 — 4 March 1887

ifiiSft triompbed ojfterday. police with f rnstfcwajfaM over I ttie modern ec uip in Ireland the atBathcealepre- by reeieting the and boiling witter. Any man woulditather be shot ban scalded with boiHng water or have hie ff^Ifrpjp&:p^^ : Ttos accurate idea of the fish tries trouble powewei by ^ English newspapers ie shown by an article in the Manchester Courier, ' which declares that Americans t ave no more right to fish in the St. I *w rence than in the lliamea. Thiii in tellfeentJEugUBh newspaper doubt lew has in mind the depredations of e im- mer tourists, who fish for pickerel and baas anionsthe Thousand Wandi. TJEB distinction between a praciical : joke and a felonious assault is no al ways clearly defined and the results are ofttimee surprisingly similar. An employe of the Delaware Iron Works, in Wilmington, threw a piece of bi rrn- ing waste into the face of a dozing fel low*workman the other day and theThe fellow-workman's clothes caught fire and he burned t o death. Thi...

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 — 11 March 1887

§Afiti«itu^ AnArabporfma*UiUpHa»iitrbyin« Wherewith the Sultaal aUUton •fcalTbe ibo^ Qh hft^ng ^ hteh i g h i ^ tmitert iiirt wire Above his lute the happy1 And turnedftiWtherf L compliment And, «a before, the «mlllntf8ult»nf»ve The in*n» shekel. Blng again, Oilave. Again the Tenet came, fiaent as a rill . That wanders, illver footed down a MIL The Sultan, llstoiing, nodded as before, Btlll gave the gold and Btlll demanded more. The nimble fancy that had climbed so high, Grew weary with lta climbing by and by ' Strange discords rose, thesense went quite amiss, The singer's rhymes refused to meet and kiss invention flagged, the lute had got unstrung, And twice he sang the song already sung. The Sultan, furious, called a mute and said , \" OMusta, straightway whip me oft his head! Poets, not ia Arabia alone, . You get beheaded when your skill Is gone. A SHOPGHU.. M i « i l M M l M « # i M The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home lome Thelnterests otlhe People of Door Count...

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 — 11 March 1887

I B M 0jg*rtt*sJ*** ^ii^M^i^^i ffl FRIDAY. MARCH 11,1837. v^faittSON &rch(B^AHic!^ ofincor road company werefiJed to-day. The road will rnn fr.uu Fond rtu Lac alotsg the (BaSt show pi Lake Wfnnebafcd to A-dpleioti or fitaiufeauna, theoc ft the Menominee ranare In i Ihevicinity of Flortnee/ Kroni thpre the coorse of the toad wilrtake it either! to Gritonofipin Or „.....„ „t. ,.,„. _.... for L'Anse. There will bi* a branch road J hiiiidJng arid development of the west, to Sturgeon Bay. One of the gentleman avfr BWiirHl railroads and they only. Duidth at onfe time was bnt little larger than' Sturgeon Bay at the name time. Ashland wa r a haritfet of only a dueen houses and 100 people when Sturgeon, Bay was a village of 500 Wausan was but'a small town wheu Sturgeon Bay waMii&Mv Siting* ? #Ue -Spn* ^ben-plf Antigo now stands with its 3.WW people Bttii§eon. BajjrvennId wu jpebplei' Kowwefullr, \"la it Brit natural for iiifc(b lobfc ^ eoinpjire onrseltiMi wltn our neighbors and:iV ...

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 — 11 March 1887

m iiMiSiiSiiiWi^Pi s i i ^ yisit % ^ ^ Louis J^dchejl 3oofes ^jo^sioally happy y thiaI'Weefc iittle gi^lj arrived atJjis: L^M, W ^ to Chieagft oil busirieissi last Monday re- turning W P ^ ^ v Frank &oye?,janioij ^editor of the Marinette Eaglfe, Was Jrifthe city Monday on ashort fcrip,|coiribmi!Qg bosinessand Mr. JVed^Sclhniall, . . j Jacksonport, made a business trip to [this city yester- day,\" He made a short but pleasant call . at THE IsfiEPEKDENT d£|ce. Mrs. C. S, Haknilton Started Wednes- day morning foir Northeast, Pa^ where: ' , she formerly resided. She will forward her household goods tri this city and after making a short visit With friends Will return, I 1 The Lutheran jchureh gave a fair and festival at the residence! of Jacob Dehos last evening Tho affoiir is reported as being yery pleasant land resulted in # leaving about fprly-onel dollars in the treasury of the church. Mr. and Mrs. B. Lyooi, of Little Stur- geon, were in the city.oil Tuesday. The firm of A. S. ...

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 — 11 March 1887

mmamm U«dB«flro*d Btwumnpplied from the caas Boston* Albany and theLongIsland l a a n c i o s l l i ^ mm. a: \"One thousand ?A PACKAGE of bon bona waa sent theother day. Olieserva^ta suapect- ed dynamite and delivered the ^pack- age to a chemiat for analysis. TUey decline to make known the reeolfc, but it ia thought that the box contained i'i'XAtinlrebelit delphia 152,000 votes were polled, of which the separate Prohibition candi- dates received lees than 1,000. A Phuadelphia newspaper saya this faot f ^cbnvmdng proof that on a square issue between prohibition and high license the peopleJ preferthe tatter.\" ^ ^ . ^ » — — ^ — ^ — — — M — » '•4 IF Airnlour, ^ and hall a dozen of the other million- aires who are being daily cursed bycallingonthegovernment laboring men because of their wealth, should withdraw their capital from pubUc enterprises more than half a million men would be thrown out ofare work at the tap of the bell, and not a tenth of them could find other em- ployment....

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