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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 18 March 1887

fej^l^^^^^^^j^^!^^^^^ rtWObeflui, IIP y-TOMLfew#ih0«#|S^^ T3J«golden««tfiswerenlown and blent, Throughwatoof fragrancetreading \"And ohr they muranred. well content, ^v»!KI tlm^'lo e^i*&Wvow/':' • - And forth bewantu d ftmnd her But the was growna beauty now, Andhtif thetown waa round Iter. \"l8ec,\"M^he,\"yotidon'tw»ntnie!\" Thoughtearswereripetorshedding. \"I^ai gUuay^e3^««goM/r»3««»*- Ah.wbere'stbftt golden wedding? Heflungaway andlefther there, : Suchfcan-soreteardrop shedding, in blank despair And gossipscried \"He'sspoiled the rarefwedi He sailed the seat, he beat the French, Two scoregood years he tarrird, . Ami tben hethought, -That little wench— I wonderit she's married !*' Next week a bluffold tar rolled past, The gabled High 8treet treading. And pncient gossips crowed. \"At last '•' •' We're like to have the wedding!\" Shc-'d waited for htm forty years— The gray.tbeirlock were threading And some with smiles, and some wifetears, Beheld theirsilver wedding. ...

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 March 1887

STIT1WWI B i t . WW. ^•Jairjii^tittom- ^^ Entered ia Bccmifl c)ft«g Mali V«tter«t tee Post FRIDAY. MAftCH 18,1881 formed last weekin: regard to the • )£th^a incorporation certainly include a line to thfe^ity. flto one of the original incdrporalbr^ conld make ihe statement tliat the company had no intention of building a line to this ctftyweicarinot explain. It was not howeteiy the Intention ot THE INDE- '.[ PENDENT to\"Jn/ure the plans or in any way misrepresent the company. We want j a railroad into this city^and the company which will,give ns a road in . the shortest time by the best route and for the smallest amount of aidj is the road We shall support. We shalVinten- tionaliy antagonize no railroad leuter- prise looking to this city. We publish Mr. Lamb!a letter entire as it contains much food for reflection on the subject 4 railroads' FOND DU LAC, Wis., March 16.—To THE EDITOR: I am in receipt of your's of the 8th inst., also copy of your paper of the 11th, in which/after c...

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 March 1887

iiWBiffiiWiWii tufqojshiiia^city ^i|i^^tt i^'-^W . JFred J^iinyjo^O. * 5 \" ^ ^ ! ^ W amtmg ttievisitors to Sturgebn Bay yes- terday^ -: •'::': ^? -•' vV Jack8onpor^ made a ^bteiiiess trie to '•^is'cil&JywtOTd^ Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Pike of Toronto, Canada, are making a brief -yistt with their daughter, Mrs. W. A Alieyn. / Wm. Horn Jias beetibnying np a good share of the poste and ties which have been cut along the Lake Michigan shore in this county. * Mr. E.M. Hntcliinson, editor of the Necedflh Republican and a brother-in- iiiw of Mrs. Louis ReicheL made a brief visit to this citypn Tuesday. The Sturgeon Bay Lumber Company are driving piles and making other im- proveoients to their boom preparatory to the o^eriing of the season's business. 0rin Lang, formerly of this city, but now at Peshtigo in the employ Murphy &LeBIonder butchers, was in the city for a short visit Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Mary Rieff, organist t St*was Joseph's church, was presented last week by Rev.G. J...

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 March 1887

wonldeaj-, to behappywid contented other«tobesp« hoaaekeepew »nd eitill others t o marry well. Bat, aftei BOmethooght, I think none will heei- t»tetoagreewithmeinaffirmingpo»- itively that nselulneBS should be the IJaefntoe^ leiioeof a true womanhood ahonld be thehighesfc ambition of woman. T o -r-eifcji^s^rw ti« •Ravens Somethingmore than a ~ ^omft^ & ^ r^-™** sheen and slammer of satin and gems, pleasing appearance and pretty manners something more than belle, t W ^ cations together they would, indeed, do but little toward inventing the ideal woman. A woman's worth should be valued by the integrity of her heart, the nobleness of her soul r and the parity of her character, which ever raises her above what is low and mean. A generousnature, finding out- let in gentle words and land remem- brance of others, reaches farther than ' money or intellectual abilitiescan. A kindly disposition and well-balanced temper.will assert loveliness and at- tractiveness in the plainest fa...

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 March 1887

jot :efc&©uier:-c ... #fcSe!fittwJiiw*«M WithW M ^ « W I w t t h i t e H ^ ^ t i U o , - Anfl lioldiMi he«a prtndly oti hlgb, ••. OftjcarriesdreaaVsecre^ wltlifo him fr That render existence* curie Dread secrets that sear his soul over, Of crime, or miifotnine, or worse. How little we know of each other, The woman of fasbion who sneers At her sister whom fate has abandoned . To poverty, misery, teaTS, May prove ere the son rise to-morrow More deeply Immersed in disgrace,\" And the sadness sneered at In another, Be pictured upon her own face. How litOewe know of each other, • Of ourownhearts how little we know We are all feeble under temptation, . Be our station in life high or low. A! then let sweet charity rale off, And help one another to win The crown that awaits those who strive for Avoidanceof shame and of sin. STEALING A MILLION. ^ M. Boaloy was a broker and banker on the Rqe fit. Augustin, Paris. Feb- ruary 5, 1860, an elderly lady, in widow's weeds, accompanied by a ...

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 March 1887

MTtTMIO* l i t . Wi*, 'r^i&cSam^ Majrcit 23^A «peeUl froin Bewemer, M J i ifefe*«»t tW Cpl^ '£ Mining Co/B lwardln£ nouw aitfc&at plac was entirely dlatiiwred^Vfireat fw$ early honr this jnorniniB, The deafl bodies oftwelre^rsoM ftawlwa taken frwii thejroitw tans far. SeTOrai per- •008 who escaped with had barns are ''••elqpieetela^to^leV''^::'^^'/:''^ ' : ~ Bewieinierir * thriving mining town on the (to^bferange, about eight miles from Horley, on the ane of the Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western road. The towii owes its existence to *ts prox- imityto the famong Colby iron mine. A Lawyer In Disgrace. MILWAUKEE, March lar^EIx-Jadge Da- vid W. Small was yesterday disbarred • Ifrom practicing law in any court of record in^iirstate of Wisconsin for the period of six months, beginniBg yester- day* After a delay of nearly a year, ne- ' ces8itated by duties that called him else- where, Judge/Benuett, of JanesvilleV, appeared in the circuit court room at precisely % o'clock ye...

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 March 1887

^^iWiiSiii .-tlliSttPi ] lj|i|ii||jiS^^^^i| ' : weekVraeatiop. •: ^^fi^^U^S ^^': Jan, Keogh, Jf* lett | ^t0^a^ inorn- tn£ for • trip to Milwaiilrae. Jos, Bradlfeand family departed ior Menominee yesterday nwrnlng, / Knut Sorenson, 6t Otitiseity* went to Milwaukee tar medical aid yesterday.' IN. McCotcheoni »f Bailey's Harbor, was in the city thetorepart olthe week. Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Langeinak, of For- estville, spent last Saturday in this city. A. G. Warren yesterday sold a block of lots of his platted village at Circle •Ridge. •\"\". '.'.- V BVA.\"Ro'dgers, Of Rowley's Bay, was in the city last evening aud left this morn- ing for Chicago. Hon.fi. S. Minor went to Madison Tuesday to attend a meeting offish commissioners. A. J. Anderson, of Horseshoe Bay, was in the .city yesterday. ?Ho purchased a load of flour and returned home. l^r.and Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. Bagley, dt Jacksonport, were in the city yesterday making some purchases, C. L. Nelson -and Win* '/AY Lawrence lef t for...

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 March 1887

a-H-^Bj-sj-RreasBSiaBsKBresBKraMa*^^ mm Chureh ?!oOO,OOOHebrewB,8J A^CABLK dispatch says that Greek thronghout Europe. Gen. Brialmont, is too BtronR for such defensiv« works REFOBMED drunkards laboring in the temperance field a « » i n ^ a^e^raaed pugilist a ^ g r f ^ t^!* work is something of a | n o ^ ^ . - ^ e ^ reformed p r i z e $ 0 a i o f Bxfcheeter, N. l^f ^^iitfB^i^^^#iiF.v^^»oiB^p» T:.|it • . 4 series of knockouts with strong drink. Or ti e last crop of wfcen*100,000, 000 bushels had been exported up to February 27, and it is estimated that there are about ,thirtiy-five o r forty millions ready t o go forward up to July 1. This supply for export will sustain the recent average, and leave a normal reserve, or visible supply. AN evidence of the march of civiliza- tion and the tendency to make ma- chines do^,U the work is the appear- ance of \"incttbated chickens'' in the New York market quotations. They cost $ 1.25 a pair, being from 25 to 50 cents cheaper than the hen-...

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 — 1 April 1887

§g|gf3 sjgsf 8oUiebr6okin^^ter«to«anoniore? rani he'igoirtln and ^nttte^oon ^ ^ He suiw as 1« rundowniW ine**&w» of r - - ^ The brook (his old name,*anifflam * « «-cmi^igVkeeplni^lnne8tohImaelt And if losinswonjpod fiulproof, Pat down your ear, and raake an end of doubt 80 tbeflowerain winter bloom no more? ': Bosesa^ gone, but yon surely mnst see w ^ . There are Dloeaoms on blossoms, a thousand for -\"•• - • i-JbSwff--'- V--'...--. ?--• :. Thicker than leavesonthe summer tree, Purer thanroses--* , whiteribanliUes,i 4 . And offairer fields than the daffydowndillies. Summermay put a flower on eacbjrtenvj. , • But these live blossoms, half bini-wnat o f •'•••• •\"-•••vthernf-\"- ^ -•• ••'.\" -v-.,-/-'.- ..•/**• • Millionson millions, everywhere, Coming a-dancing out of the air- o the skies of winter are unkind? , , , - - j Watch sharp the stars, and 1 think yon will find That,instead of looking 'round the Dine, They glancestraight down, avd right at you. The sight of aH sig...

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 — 1 April 1887

m ^I^|^ ***i||r»i:' m:. Bnteml'u Second class ftbdl AJstfer it the Tort :^.:sQ:/^Si?£offlitfeaVStttr^nBay.-U:.-' ••/-:: ' ••::-• • F B I T M * * * ^ 10887. state ifeent^^iittal ^itiriitliwtoldioWeek Milwaukee $ri»day eftmtne, Elite «. Osfeer, edit4 Crow* tftooiiiftei ceritly Teslffhed. The selecliqafa^agfowd ^n^toribe party, | : ''V:• - .*• Bom the old partieb in MilwaukeeiRre !a trouble. They we|ei beaten Iaa^fall i y the Jahor elenieut, lasjogejf^rj^office In the coHnty^The labftr party have bow nominated & Murphy for circuit superior court, a ^ ^ h l p • which haft just been created, f^fr^gndia^s have many'. friends aradiig jr^ubii«*»^{and democrats and are iptftty *erteiji of election. An at^erajDifas been ii^e to place a fusion tickeli^the field. After hiking over the. a&Bable candi4at«9, several of whom declined thlB honor, they have finally selected Geo H. ffoyes, (republican) for superior judge and D. fitjohnson. (democrat) f%-circuit judge. Therelr^4ack of en...

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 — 1 April 1887

I 6. A?W«dber«, «f Jod|iiiIe, ^ 8 l n V \"jtw. isfty W^nwlaiy: fe^Wfey Thos. H. Smith was anjkong visitors froiafSturgedii Bay at the Capital this week. -,'--\\--: '•-'' •''•:... Aler Law8on, of the to#n of Forest- ville, smiledon his Sturgeon Bay friends -on Blonday. - ' Truman Thorp, of Egg Harbor, was in the city Wednesday on business connec- ted with the Arm of L. P. Thorp & Sou. Dr. K.E. Hutchinson and his wite, of ^Marinette, came across the bay yester- for a short visit among friends in this . c i t y / / . / - . ' V ' \"• ' Mrs. Parsons, wife of Dr. Parsons, of Ahnapee, and Miss Spigelbauer. of Mani- towoc, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Egan. Miss Florence Drentzer, has been home for a Short visit, returned on Monday to Chicago to complete her course in music audjpaiuting. --- A meeting of the board of directors of the igriculturai society will be held to- morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the office of Chas. A. Masse. Frank Simon, who recently sold his limekiln ...

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 — 1 April 1887

The prison doc againct the barl *^w^wwilMi^ y^yiiHf ft giii^ the otherevening and \"ali^ra t earned ^hgly well pleaeed ^ •lowly ftpfproached tlie player until F r a n ^ seven cartridges iiiik*^8ewiide and completely discharged iff^ does not require to t»e removed from the shoulder until the magaiineisez- hausted. --Tlie scienw of ku^fc|g quick ly is rapidly reaching SOICKO socialism said to be to the dan Mankind owes of gratitude tow &X)T Anarchis Bismarck into ^scoveredJ$hat its uses. Bj^&Arck '** owing |i]Bitibn. little in \"the way iU^erj|||Qiali8ts ten g peace, all Europe will rise jutfl-on this occasion only—call t h e m p ^ 0 j ^ ^ -£p'' CANADIAN papers %e. unanimous in predicting the speedyjdowilfall of the Tory, or Liberal-GonservatiVe Minis- try. Reclwning aff^thft independents as ministerialiBte, ?ohn MacDdnald •' hasJil|i^G|a^|^«M the outside, twenty4TO,whUe on the prohibition quesffpiiiii^^ Anotb^jge^al election auring the sumnier T^f||fi^^(^bav e' been caught...

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 — 8 April 1887

\"•' are theloot steps fiyjtag, - When never atree to mar the stretch o» tba prai- :M A dark green sea, whose rclLng waves the ton ^ ' • y ^ h i w i t i ^ ' Tbeiron-'veednntTS on the wind-tweptridge, thewlldroaebloomsm tbebollow, v '.•••-if. A hawk wheelsroundincircllngsweep through tracHesi path* on high. :.. .,.---..••.•,. - ,:,• And oyer the grass the breeze*go and the trem- nlons echoes follow, • F^ing the crannies of eddying winds from ^ earthtoisky, - \" Horizon-ward and 'farto thefeest,like the janoke of a distantsteamer, Mountlngelowlynp the skies, on the steps of a biddenstair, .• Vague, so vague^ as vague, and dim asthsdream _pt anidle dreamer. « A curling elond-wraith's, spiral formed, Is ris ihg through the air. • Sun «ad wind, and the far-off sky the sun that shine* and\"the wind that passes The life that is, and beyond the clouds the life ^ '.••• that is to be— Dreams all dreams that come and go, as the wind's lightfoot-prinufoTerthegrasses, What Is my life but a dr...

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 — 8 April 1887

*§:m W^i 2 ^! ^***M Bntoied aa SB30I14 CIM* Mail fcfttar at the r o * FRIDAY. APBIL 8.1887. • transportation of::'^aitt:- Ii^ t!i*V.iri«.i: jBcienfccapacity at the h w 4 ^ w a y t aiM in near proximity to tt»e entrance of tneSturgeoa Bayjtnd Lake MiebJKaa abip caoal, w-itl^ockff for thealfNrage of ebaL oil and aalt, \\mt^i0B^§^:^ graiiiand ore eairyiofc v&ma j&piieto the elerators in ballast tOfrecel^tnfir cargoes, would take sueh products from ^the east atverylow freightto beshipped from such docks to the west and south by railroad. The grain trade in this county is growing: in large proportion, every new settler asfwell as by improve- ments of ol farms* adding largely to the yearly productions, and will require additional facilities for transportation tomarket. Thealmostmiraculousgrowth and prosperity of the county, its increas- ing mineral wealth *nd untold millions of resources being daily unearthed, the industry of our.people, with its manu- facturing facilities ren...

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 — 8 April 1887

:'#£ • . \\ Ijthe!-jjltjr on Stautfcy^^ , * linia. Cochems went to Chicago on business injatt^ purchase new spring goods. ^ i Theflewcouncil meets next Tuesdaygrounds, afternoon at 2 o'clock at the city hall. Thto is by order of the mayor. \": .' Silas Finney, Who has been attending college at Lebanon. Ohio, returued home the latter part ofilast week and will re- -l^main untfi theNjpehing of the fall term. Capt. Lovedale,lormerly«f the schoon- er America, has entered the employ of the Sturgeon Bay Lumber Co., at this place and arrived yesterday. He will ^sort lumber at the mills. John Grass lias put up a fine new sign • - A in front of his saloon. Jas. Myers, the barber, has had his sign repainted, and •in its present shape it is one of thefor .v. finest barber shop signs in tbestato. *' Mike Meleher, employed at Tros?en \"\\r'f Bros., meat market, met with a serious accident on Tuesday. He eut his hand with the meat knife, severing\"'the ten- dons otyhe first and second fiuger of...

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 — 8 April 1887

HAfiPBB'fiBftiarhw a poemwritten «*ll£tt§im%whos^^ : Ww3ttsha^*d1|» ^ GoagrBSS,a^^ makemncttim)neybufcofioarnftliBm. IK38es|dear friend, teach ^ r e i q t of ifc will olnly stop talkingVYour Hoiwr aoay near the roaring^of the waterfall :':- - Kl' 'TODMi was choked to death whta kissing a gH. That girl had eiridentlyhot been kissed:for edine time.^£nri!ni^oii ••HBNBY,\" asked the fondwife of her sack hoahand, \"would you not like to • see somebody ?\" and he famtly re- spondedj«'No, I'm not see sick.\"~- XhnnaereiaiBuneiiB^ THE New York Sun says \"the next war is inevitable.^ There is a pro- fundity and unanswerable air about this statement that does hot ar \\at first blankv-0*/ OtyBlhz BOSTON landlord (to porter)—'* if the gentlemen in parlor F have fin- ished discussing their dinner.\" Por* •f ter (returned)-\"Dey is frn eatin/ boss, but dey ain't done cussin' it yit^—Siin. •_«'i DOH'T think a girl should have more than one sweetheart,\" she said, modestly. \"Ah,\" he replie...

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 — 15 April 1887

Ah, now Bhe smllei Sheatirs the de* She stoops to plant!thefirstawakeningbeam, : And woosthe ingssweet to see thejglanclng stream . leaves with heranxious feet * Id Earth pith warm toreatti- '•Ah, gentle mistress, doth thy soul rejoice To find me thus liad low? (so fair thou art Let m£brit hearth? inhale of |by voice - Let me but die upon thy playing heart. v •eoonehdethlifeforme. Thou wilt be blessed The Boweifiig fields, the- budding trees be '. tnine. ..-.'•. • \"\" : Grant'me the pillow of thy fragrant breast Then come, oblivion, I no more repine.\" , Thus plead the dying Winter. SSe, the fair, . Whose\"heart hath love, and only loye, to give, Did quickly Jay her full warm bosom bare V For h's cold cheek, and fondly wbJspered, ' \"Live.\" ••-.• • •'•• ' *:., -His cold white ips close to herheart she pressed ller siphs were mingled with e±ch breath he drew . , _ : _, • •' And. when the strong life faded on her breast Ilcr own soit tears fell dawnlikeheavenly dew. O ye\"sweet bl...

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 — 15 April 1887

*tUBOKOSBAT, WIS. Six Mouths-.....-. •'••:Three Month»..... Entered as Second-cIi official Stargeon Bay, iBSCBIFtlOS. .-... .: .75 Mail Mafterit the Post FBIDAi AfRIti 15, 1887. MifreBaJIrei •^^v^-•'-V^^:^'t€^tliMWBd f l :: cltydf Starj on (he bay of tbe of which la the em Indnceneatg. tiastwfcekj.. 9n Baytosituated je nameUt the head wee of tpe&torgegfti Bay and Lake Michigan Ship Canal, tlie total length of which is tjjf miles, 100 feet wide and 13 fefet deep, which is the only ship canal in tfie state of Wisconsin worthy of the naale. It cpuiiects the waters of Green Bay aud Lafce Michigan afta point abont^40 miltjs south of Death's Door (Pore du Morjt) the most southerly entrance to Greeto Bay and saTes vessels trading to lowejr Green Bay from Lake Michigan ports! about 15a miles of rough and juifficult| navigation ou the round trip. The United States has built piers at the entrance on Lake Michigan to protect its entrance, and established a lighthouse and life-saving ~ sta...

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 — 15 April 1887

Hon. John FeU«r waa in the city on IMriT^Sniitli went to Madl»n on Sunday retMiiin|t^fi^^ X. Qattie lost a Talaable cow Sunday^ \"• Ihe bay was open this noonfromthehome bridge down to the Opper mill property. Miss Hannah Armstrong, is •{siting her sister, Mrs. B. H. Anderly at East 'UDitrlAetteV'. '•'•••••'-'•\"' : BertScofleld, left for Chicago yester- day morning to purchase spring goods for .A.'M'MamwiWB& Co. Mrs. Munn and Miss Ella Mann are making preparations to start a dress making room: next to Martin's meat market. ' The supper given by the ladies of St. Joseph's ehareh at Hahn's cheek room was well patronised and netted the so- ciety about §65. _ lira. A. R. Hopkins, mother of Wilson Warner, arrived in the city on Thursday evening of last week, and will visit her sonjtbtTi^hortUme. ''• John N. 8imon, T f Nasewanpee, has rented his farm to Wm. Bushman, and has moved his family to this city where he Wilt reside for the present with bis father. Messes. V~& C. MaaJi...

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 — 15 April 1887

r w a i s t i U see ft light h o u » s a y i t , tflbe wiU nee it^aU t h e same, g g ^ - , . . , . . ........ .*_..,.„ ................... th e ^ m n a s t mak e of woolen be«n brought o u t with l w g e •BuaclB, with floral chintz pat - ^ ^ _ 1 & t n * B i i i ^ by contributing greatly t o bis popa- larity. L It m a y b e added Siafr t h a t -tiiej French soldier* feel \\ *ery much ^ ^ ^ j ^ a n l t ^ t & e p ^ e t t e i t h a n without them. /-.- ^ ' \" : l * ^ : T H E erstwhile boodle aldermen pi ^ i r YoWi no w confined i n ® B # Sm g prison, ar e said t o n a v e gamed flesh a t th e rate of twent y pounds per man . t t mus t b e remembered, however, tha t th e aldermen were run dow n just before the y were s e n t np . T H E Scotia is th e fourth vessel this winter which tired of th e ocean voy- age ha s tried, t o tak e a ehort cu t t o the port of New Yorkbyclimbing over Long Island. In th e absence of a n EadB vessel transit railway, every on e of them ha s ha d ...

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