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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 22 April 1887

••lUtcale the highestgrade for yon, Or grindmy waytonne Whatever elseseta mixed, you'll we My heart wul wand you twine. •a shallnot strive youtoappeal, \" Though this ishatter blow, I*ttll must think what might h ave bean Hadyou not said me no.1' . • —SanFraneheo Watp. THE! WIDOW'S BABY( VOLUME XIV Any unfortunate being who ever at- tempted to amaggle anything from the Continent, and fell into the hands of CaptainPeter Muggins of her British Majesty's Customs, on landing a t Dover, never forgot the circumstance. The captain was one t o vindicate the Honor of the said British Majesty. He was a short, stout, red-faced, well-' fed and exceedingly ill-tempered son oflnars. His martial tread and lond- vpiced baths did not convey the idea of carpet knight, yet he had never faced a foe nor \"sought the bubble reputation at the cannon's mouth.\" No, he had contented himself with fill- ing the \"Queen's Tobacco-pipe,\" as the kiln where contraband goods were formerly burned was somewhat pro-...

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 — 22 April 1887

?0& S:*^^^iw^fi^ STCrUJEOS BIT , ttIS. l - \" - ' \" \" ^ Butered M SocondcteM Mall-Watter i t the Post •,. p-'fi': ^{- ^ffl^B,:»tBturgeW»:Bay • V:^ . $m ism^ ifofre ||tiilli^^ Indnccments. • ^nUuii^l&m iait^recsk.l /-' •:- •-.V' ' ^ i s q b h B i n ^iitr» L iailroM ^msarty ^ a a c o n t ^ from HUbert Junction to thi3 city and !_$£ tbtlir maiii object ifas ta soeure iwatei^ front pHyilege at soma lika port or adjacent thereto* and would build the tdad withbot any aid from the peopje, which of- course would be appreciated, ' particQlariy connecting this city .with a road of suchimportance and with wealth sufficient to meet every reasonable ex pectation, which project looked very plausible, and our hope was much cher- ished but in order not to be deceived, the writer hereof wrote a letter to the ^general manager of that road, Mr.. F. H. Finney, and received the reply which is published in another column of this paper,, which settles the delusion. We still think that the in...

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 — 22 April 1887

IS ^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W m m rrrm Health it is t gold. i$9w • $ t ^ ^ • : ^ Kl^i^j-fc:^ 'Ifarsiba'a\" f uriiHtifff^tiiiBtory i ^ soldiers Vrtadtf'fbf the proper^pfeCTTOfcito of Dec- oration Day? ^ : # •••' .'.•\" |Mrs.Cha8. of Jabksbnport, attended th e atamati c ente,rtaiiunent I last Friday evening. Andrew Jacobson, cigar m a r ufaeturer, of Bailey's Harbor, wa s i n th e eity Wednesday and Thursday. I Miss Jenni e Clark retaine d from I Chicago laBt evening, and Mrs. M. A. Schuyler wil l retur n next we^k. -\" Th e dog poisoner made tils appeal ance i n this city during th e -stod man y of our dogs are n o Chris. Helm has take n oujtat license a n * will hold forth old stand for the nex t year a t Alfred Zettle- an d family California the first of May. claimed! they are after and u ^ 0 . Eckhardt. of Green Bay, wa s i n th e city yesterday, on his way him from a business trip to the northern part of the .'• county. ' •* J,' , City-treasurer Leouhardt is now es- tablish...

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 — 22 April 1887

,000 already from his Of late years it may than hifl sword. ^Munsiuie veteran o! \"\"\" \" %^^tS9^|Heii' '^iWoiutt^^W: an old pension M-«wner rl :lc^ - in: -ft r^oom\"toi *\"*\"*'\"'ne^sjki^r:afcEssto for tiie use | $ ^ S d # O 0 i « i t n ^ - B « r r Krupp ~ ' ' i S ^ ' h ^ ^ » « ^ t ^ : - | i ^ but ** t o fceseen! i»hether he will ^ ^ jrto'pwdfe'a g^uewBpaper 1 IwtheoafleoftheCxarofBusBiathe quotation, \"Uneasy lies the head that \"#eai^. a crown,^ no longer applies, • 3 ^ preeent Cfear is kept on tha jump eo actively that he finds no time t o wear a crown or to lie down. A nihil- istic death sentence meanB something in Mnscovy. r: .'\" . • • - / • '-••: : -•\"' '••• •\"•• • '-'•'* tifTta* New York legislature has de- terminedto put more money in the Erie canal. Every dollar of the mU- lions thus expended has been returned tenfold t o the people of the empire state. The commercial supremacy of Hew York city dates from the comple- tion o^that great waterway. . POISON in ice c...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 29 April 1887

m* §S^OS'£J3^ Ko mbenJranMiiiMn th««ihm heizth, . viijJ'^'''teteta»' ? ?^^ : *\" iv S- - -- : -' ~ - •••-•'•'--•'••-• gdiIain nngsmlabed cMket, Mdly dirnr The wintrysimiitonsaicltlraa it gleamed ^ Through froat-baxreawin^^ To stretch across uw barren floor and lay AthWt theeadcet *Ith efl&Jgent r»y, Anffrested on thestin,white,marble form That DeaUi had chiseled in the early morn. With one swift blow fton his relenOess hand- That hand whose keen, cold blade none can •Bat yesterday he was so poor-alasl Oneof themany whom we doubtless pass Each day, nor.question, are they amply fed— His great and tender heart so sorely bled - For wile and ontprJag, he n'mself denied, That tbeywith nourishment could be supplied And so, without a murmured word or sign, That any could his sacrifice divine, He weaker grjrw and weaker, till the clay Dropped from the noble soul and far away It soared unfettered, where sweet rest is found, And where by angelbandshis headwascrowned. Soon learned men...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 29 April 1887

$ lllM u^Maie^^MD^-^^MaM Tmitiritike Poet mutticaUons, fi siiBMtlft^^&at the«nr- esrfc means to prevent jstrtkes of artisans, m e e ^ ^ in factories, is ^ 6 devise some plan by which they can to© kept-contented. '••'[We admit that it wpaW be Imp033iblf to satisfy every employe, because,it Ifes in some natures never to be satisfiel, but we think it the general rale to tjie* contrary. S me means maybe adapted by which satis- factory jresuHs ma j be obtained. In large and more p6pulbn3'cities the wojk- ingmen are subject t many annoyancep, among which the moit important is that he has to reside in| Tinted tenement lioases* crowded and janconifof table, and mixed with all kinds jof people, for which he hasto pay a large jporlioii of his earn- ings in rent and in sorderto get lower rentsOthathrcani4eetit,he will have' to-travel a long distajnee to anjd from the place of his employment did occupy mrieh time in so doing '\" at rrc|on ho gen- erally brings his mepl with him. If he has...

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 — 29 April 1887

^J^s^S^^^iSfu^S^^^sSi^^'-'S-SwS-^ ^O«^t'jK«^ffl0S^ | , { C^ '&£$£^ £.:• ,' ^pM?13Ii^ A^ Drenfzer - 1 wfere at Liberty Grove fche first cif the ' ' :week. •.' •:.\\:.':~^.Y:-C~:\\:'\\:--'''^'' fehasVI.*Martld r e c p v p a consign- I merit of stall-fed meat from Chicago, on the Welcome to-day., James Meyers, the tonsorial artist, lias recently built a very neat cottage in the eastern part of the city. ton Smith, formerly of the Exchange in this city, was here yesterday, repre- senting a Sheboygan soap factory. Jos. Campbell came over on the Wel- . come front Menekaune, this morning. He reports business as booming in that place. .„.' ' „ . ' - • ' • Fred Holmann, of Green Bay, called on our merchants yesterday in the in- . terest of his crockery and glassware •• establishment. . - C If any one wishes to see a novelty, call at John Graass' and see his white partridge. It was captured by wild '...: Weber, the cat man. ' - -.'Miss I'da Sp.orland and .Mr. Jas. Meyers have been on...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 29 April 1887

ing* joint ioftl expedition be under _fche leaT^ Victoria, THBCanadi*! government is eaid to be making i reparations for eend and topograph- lytbiSBpriiiRinthe The expedition will Ogilvie, and will 0.* early in May. PitN^YiiVAin^propoeeB to ^VdepSpJIkeJ^clrt^^l^ween'?• death by hangiiig and by wectrici^r. Death by electricity Is uiBtantaneous, humane and comparatiyely inexpensive. It wiU donbtleea become popnlar. RUSSIANIZING Ireland and trying to reduce the Irish to the level of the Hottentot is English opinion of the pending coercion bill. Irish opinion of the measure can not be expressed in words.,-x Silt HKNBY^oiiiiAKD has stated in the English House of Commons that the Dominion Parliament has foil au- thority to purchase and direct the operations of armed cruisers in Cana- dian waters. .• A MAN was lynched in an impecuni- ous county in Iowa theother day and the motive alleged by the lynchers was that they could thereby save the expenseof along trial at the end of which the man ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 6 May 1887

ms^mssamsssmBm TtoilfMBachiiartteBoarfl of Arbi- : tratkmhaa proved so successful that iti«propo«ed tom»ke it perpafcwO. aet conaidOTAtkm reappointing the pwwBit membera for three y«*T8 :^iiia :?p^ olthe boudw ^nu toooeeB ol the ex- periment ia encoaraging. THBbaBinees men of Atlwita, G*., . now appreciate the disadTantage of • :beii»g-*HodjBonh^ inglyanxious for the pasecge oftheiD' ter^tatecominercebulraAdnowtlM^ are endeavoring to prove that the pe- * tition for it*'passage which they drew ' up had reference to something else than the bill which was passed. A Bmr. is pending in the New York Legislature fixing the status of bi- cycles, tricycles, etc., in that etate, and declaring that they are carriages and have the same right as other vehicles. \"This is as it should be,\" says the NewYorfcTribuue. But how about the unfortunate pedestrian who wants to cross the street under the bow of a bicycle? BS9S9SBOB9BaSSS=SES99 EHOUSH chlorodyne costs about 75 cents a bottle, and a bo...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 6 May 1887

fitVSti-fa BAT, WIS. $t.m EaCorwlr ai%i^rid-c'a?8 Mall Matter »i the Pont- %mAJ, MAY 6, 18&7. ^ l ^ ^ . ^ l T 0 ^ : i ^ t f t t t lias spread faster ' iitfiaB any #he r s^sieis. It has gained \" • popdlar favor aad^a s beeir within the . space ot^Jfifty) years extended to nearly iByery pjatt of thei civiliZiid world, ai-^ -^fMjug- iii B#first introdactlijii it found '.*%»n^ oijstacle^ and some detrimental p^bpj^ttoof but by persistent peraover- ^|»M&iI rf intend here to give a liis- vfti^d t the^raiae/ progress, and -deyeliJp- ?SpHfBt ot#e^figretem, which, though very 'i interesting, can not well enter into an article of this kind, and the reader-is Vererred to the-cyclopedia for full iu- Vfornwitonihiit I willgiye a synopsis of the subtyi. U v^^s^wmli} about in Ettglarid, whefelhe locomotive power waa first employed by George Stepbonson -on the Killingworth railroad in 1811, - and with some degree of success so as to heibronght into notice, and-'was after- ward applied o...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 6 May 1887

'\"''f^lpfej^l toAp^ ^sSa^iawfti' ^skigrft^:^,-^- i N ^'•- B ^ | ^ 4 5 w 6 f Tlayltiette lis in the e i t y l f l r ^ Jwfei^B after hisinterests C.B.*n»ayet toofc posseasibtf Of the ^Iclritosh ptycje on Wednesday of tbla W8€lCa- t 4 L. M. Washlurn has Sold the €lem yorayth place to Wm. .Sanderson for Gep^Rathburjn, on of Egg Harbor's prosperous farmers, was in the city yesterday. ! '-'••\".. | Prof. J. C. iLangemak, Forestfille's popular teacher, was in the city on Saturday Jast. '•• . Will Horn was in the city lastSatur- day. Be had been at Clay Banks look- ing after his father^interests. Wm. Tose]and r Who is building the new roller mill a r bailey's Harbor, was in the city Wednesday and Thursday. A traveling man by the name of John P. Johnson died early this moruingon the steamer Corona, just before reach- ing Ahnapee. -j0K Frank Bird has purchased the dwell- ing house and lots, near Spear's Island, known as tiro Joe Stroh place, of Geo. O. Spear for $600. Suckers are reported 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 — 6 May 1887

SMIS M M soire o r T H S a s A s u o H x . * g»BMM»aBfti^^ ^ Or I tend my H U M where the o,nteh drops /•^:iJMM^*S'%c:):« r .':: •\":'• . • — • WttnUWMtteriiicntl«ftlwtmtB ••\"•'-' ' lotS^««5Si«MJMl thehidden deep '•'•'•' (MtlMmbtanumutniiuiif IwSltfbl fiUl«*iMlii»«b, ••••• Ifnldiu»tndnoTtrtiieJtT*lpl*ta, . A*miMfi*utagmr • ^'-: - • __ And I *end and swerte where theaoaotaiM Myiron-lmu^patbtobar •'•• TinttfraammfhttaTemmcbiimttcm And u»noddingfernsI show . s^ngloluttmioe tbefrowninggloom And waterssmiiefromthe deep defile ' Inmrmomantarjrdar. When the wood henign.withhecku l sign, Irfritn alHimidthings . • ItasheUer. spread fertile crouching heed Aitfiueoienfordroopingwlnjs, •armylight,tilltarsiaaffright The doe with her tremoilngmwn .• jUid the creatures meek that rerageseek w In tbe wrenshade withdrawn : ftMieloeer jettotbeoopeedew.wet, ft«pee through the whtoperinggima*, '•-• l^Bidethem away fromttwamreTimgray v Iek«ottttnwbihedukaaIpaa -.jM a •Â»Â«*»«« mitaj-eet...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 13 May 1887

Historical Rooms *br'^. $gfy - VOLUME XIV STURGEON BAY/ WISCONSIN, F&IDAY, MAY 13, 1887. « ' • • , : — . . . RESISTING THE UNIONS. GREAT LOCK-OUT IN THE BUILDING TRADES AT CHICAGO. if nil ro shall ,/ Tlie Employer*, Tire of Continual Strike* and Decide to Inaugurate a Fight That Will Make 50,000 Men Idle—A Lalwr Assembly Man Predicts Itlot—Fowderljr Given Fourth-of-July Advice. CHICAGO, May 13.—The master builders of this city have inaugurated the greatest lock- out in the history of Chicago. On the black- .lioard at their headquarters the following no- tice was posted Thursday: All memhers of the Master Masons' association how working men are. requested to stop work on Friday night, May lS,and.'re|iort to the executive . committee. JOSEPH UOWNKV, President. At noon Thursday .hundreds of master car- peutera, builders, uiasons, and material men stood around the doors of the exchange rooms on LaSuile. street, all anxiously and earnestly discussing the really alarming condition of...

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 — 13 May 1887

W !bjU(Pl. OF WICAGO BARBED-Wllte ••-'':\" : -FIRMS ASSIGN,: .:, And Charge the Falhtro to the Inter-State Commerce Law—Three. Quarter* of a ^«liiip«i t' » WaWMtlon to Provide lor \":* With About tMSO.OOO Assets, to Work TO~IwporUi»t-toctfelon. . \" CHICAGO, Mayj l — Sherman & Marsh and Bchnabel & Co., barb-wire lmnufacturers, made assignments Tuesday afternoon. The liabilities of tbe former are «+W,000 asset*, *250,000. The liabilities at the latter ore *303,000 .assets, $m,W0. Mr- Eben J. Mamh, of the first named fimi, in the company in the last named. Both concerns, itfastated, did a large and prosperous Ihisincss until the inter- state law went into effect, whou tlie increased rates on wire from the works here to points west of the Missouri river, where tho main business of both firms lay, made it impossible .to compete with St. Louis firms, and destroyed all chances of business, Hence the failure. Noble B.Judah, of the law firm of Dtipep, Judah & Willani, was m...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 13 May 1887

IIJmiitrecenttInterview,taid §|^I#|WTV ^-EXPERIENCE. / •.. iTSimi'tit m'ljntil H««d an d SjUrong Arras. §^pjDfapo«lUoi» of the'• Owner^A Lover of g Borte»-Jbhn Spl»n—False starts. '. g p ieent to me,\" William E. Weeks, \"that what a mau most . |ili»ed8 to be a good driver in a race is a level ' !^ie*iL': Special athletic training is not essen- ^•^fai to.fit one for work ia the, sulky, though it J3s desirable'that a man should bo reasonably J finuscnlar, for .there are horses who are hard j ^ 0 manage, and it a man wasn't sti-ong * enough bo might find that the horse was the tniufter and w6uld run away. But tbo exer- cise of driving and the healthful iufluonceof the open air are generally ^ufQcietit to put im : ordinary man in the required physical cori- * ^dition. The main strain is in the foro arm, and good shoulders arc naturally advan- -Ji^ tageoustoa driver when ho lias an energetic borso to handle. But no man can do without a level head, and in this reaffjat experienc...

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 — 13 May 1887

lillSliliiiiillS ATTOBNBTH. Cli&nityilsV Toilet Articles, ' VerfumeSj Etc. HOMEOPATHIC ® REMEDIEB PATENT MEDICINES, TRIIS8E8 AND SHOULDER BRACES. SODA WATEH IN SEASON. ^FINE.CIGARS AN D J0BflCC0SI V_/. Attoratri u l t o u M l m «t I*ir, gtJiiwebn Boy WW. Qfflco opposite Exchange ,tT uM/M0NAl.tV-^w &::••, '• --' ' '\".. . . Jtl* ^ v COUSTV JUDOE, '-': Sturgeon Bay, Wis, Office In the'CourtHouse. G. AWOKSET-AMi*wV Sfiiii8*on Bay, Wig, Office over A. W. Law- rence &CO.'B storo. .\"'.- R P.CO0Y - • AtTORSEr-AT-MW. Sturgeon Bay, Wig, Collections a specialty. Office back o/irahk. • /.-'. L,. M. SHEK^AN- ' Attorney and Coniurlor »t htrr, Colit.-crlong carefully arid promptly iitUinded to. AM wilfulness sent by mull will receive prompt iitron'kiri. Office in Lawrence's block, 8tur- gm.n Bay, Wis. - tWPerscrlptlonn carefully compounded at nil hours, day or night.. AGENTS FOB THE CELKBHATED GljiGago Cottage Organ 8HIMMIEL & SON. ALWAYS TO THE FRONT. DEALEU8IN latches Clocks...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 13 May 1887

POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies.. A marvel of purity, S trentrth and whblesbmenes*. More cconomi- '.cat than the ordinary kinds* ami cannot be sold jit competition with the multitude of low test, short' weight, alum or phosphate ulowders. Sold only in cans. KOYAL BAKING POWDEK Co., 100 Wall St., Xew York. R O L L E R M I L L S . BAY VIEW SAWYER, - - WISCONSIN. taicss Mills have just been refitted with all the latest improvements for the manufacture of a HIGH GRADE of FLOUR CAPACITY LARGELY INCREASED! Particular attention given to C I J S T O M W O R K ! * WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT1 TRIAL tSfFlour for sale by all flrst-class mer- chants. WR1TEWDE, THORKILDSbN & SHA W, rilOPRIKTORt). FURNITURE. TORNITDRE STORE ««REPAiR!NG! ' ' B i t VIEW. • The new boarding house, which is being erected at the stone quarry of Hagen & English to accomodate their .workmen is about completed. , . - - Geo. Rodgere, who was engineer on the. steambarge SU\\ath when she was tajnrried...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 13 May 1887

A thiegtolilUtle rtfeara tbnt Mt«r« slow •'•\"\"' Between gnarled tree trunks on thick taagwf • • v/^mes-'ft. '• •••: '-•} . - A \" • .:•:•///*?-, 'W •-? And giant reeds m a deep wet moras* . Xor nuuvy a league screened from tho flarslotr Of troplcsunllfrht here and there n row Of small red Wtt«rn«, sitting patiently, Wateh for the passing of their finny prey, • An sllentaa the water's voiceless flow , * ' v Flash like live opals through the gloom a pair ' Of*bronzed winged dores and In the Inmost heart • • • I Of this deep wilderness, alone, apart, '•\"• With mighty limbs outstretched, and'liolf shut . .- eyes. Lord of the pathless foreot, dreaming lies The deadly tiger in his flarksome'lalr.\" -• .' '—Rhymesandnenderlngs THE MEN WHO LOVED fiER ' Daneslmrst was quite an old world place. It (teemed strange that it could exist in theso days of electricity and steam'power. An almost forgotten, out of tbo way village, run- ning In its own harrow groove, regardless of tbo ever widen...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 13 May 1887

SIGAUSE OF IULDNESS. iiP^EORIES OFFERED BY SCIENTIFIC |^ V PEOPLE NOT SATISFACTORY. • O grant me, heaven, a middle state, '.••'. ' Neither too humble DOT too prcat Mot* than enough for nature's ends. With nawUiiDg left t o treat m y friends. ... •'•'',:.. -Jtavld Mullet Death is the crown of ilfo: *Tho I l e a l Caus e S e t F o r t T w T h e T s e nt J^f1* death denied, poor man would live in vate. Death wounds t o care w e fall. \\re rise, w e relgr • Spring from our fettere..fasten t o the sties. Where blooming Eden withers from \"our slguJ. . H a r d F e l t H a t f ^ S l U K s U b C i r c u l a t i o n '.In thf CnpHliirUa »f.th e &Mln-»Tuc •'.•'' : Kcmcdy. ' ' . ' ' \" ' . - - « ' - • : - - •. ' ' T h e r e ha s boen m u c h leagued bpccuUttiou c s '• to th e cause of baldness. Scientific persons committe d t o th e theories o r evolution ha.ro found i n tb o multiplication of smoot h a n d .glittering skyjis iu th e cyutfrs or civOization cxidcncjB tha t th e mail of tb...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 13 May 1887

igWfff:f*mS v Owing to unavoidable delays to ehanging to the present form, The Inde- pendent is issued late Saturday even lag. The next Issue will appear next Friday HOME HAPPENINGS. Mr. V. Mashek, of Kewaunee, was in the city to-day. • , P.O. Hibbard, of Jacksonport. -was in the city yesterday. ••••'•. ' Frank Stradlingr left for Chicago Wednesday evening: ' - ' \" ' \" Joseph Campbell, of East Marinette, was in the city yesterday. Trnmaii Thorp, of Egg Harbor, was in the city Wednesday on his way tot Chicago. John Rank came over from East Mari- onette Sunday for a short visit, returning on Monday. Chas. (Jrlesen is having a neat wire fenge put up in front of his residence in the first ward. L. L. Bacchus left for a short trip up to Lake Superior, Wednesday eveuiug. He will be gone for abont a week. , Arnold Wagener is bavins his resi- dence in the third ward repaired. The -•'• Jiew siding, bay window, and raising the wing adds greatly to its appearnce. It is jumored that Leathern ...

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