ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Independent 1886-1890, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,123 items from Independent 1886-1890, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,123 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 8 July 1887

BAKING POWDER. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economi- cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL, 11AKI.NO FOWOEB Co., 106 Wall St.. New York. F U R N I T U R E . , ^REPAIRINGC* JOf oil kinds, in the furniture line, promptly (attended to. [ • UNDERTAKING. My undertaking department is the most com- piece ever brought to this county, and 1 kouji j constantly on hand a largo assortment oi j CASKETS and COFFINS. '•'•••' 1M HEAR&t* . Iiet out on most reasonable terms.' Charges tlie same whether you buy collliis from IUO'OV ' elsewhere. F. X. SAILER, STURGEON HAY. WISCONSIN M E A T M A R K E T S . iGHAS. I. MARTI, ' ( Successor to Martin & Graff) S H I P P E R O F PRESSED MEATS IETA1L «1BK6TS AT ' STURGEON BAY. .*$ CEDHR RIVER. .WIS., fc~ MICH. MARTIN & CAMPBELL, AT EAST MARINETTE, WIS. W VB~ Hi...

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 — 8 July 1887

mmmmmmmmamm • iUfOoe who waits uponftwindy ntsM, i-V.,' ' iuroagh unknown stotets, to reach the minster /''.' ' '..'toHv:- , , : \" '•: .''\"-''^':r : yW:i : 'K« •'.• 'v•:: •- Guidesnot his footoepi by tWr^styh'ght But by the clangor that the wild bells pour * Yet oft be pauses, when in the wind's roar feme louder echo/calls him left or right Aod much tie joy» when full of fliiseU bright, Ifc sees the gre^ rose window ltaine before, •o U tbo wanderer In lift's way attend •' . '•* To catch the. heavenlycarillon, above 1U earthly echoes Nature. Art and Love Then in its ears, as earth's sweet voices end. Thebellssound clearer, and- before fits eyes •right window* open in the darkening- skle*. •••'.V:.H-'-V--''\"!-'::'',~ttF '.W.-a',^'liiTb6SpecUtor. THE CONFEDERATE MAIL It was the spring of 18C3. The government kad decided to assert its authority over the Mississippi and its tributaries. Gen. Banks bad invested Port Huron, Grant was nt Vicks- hare, Porter with bin fleet was on tbo Mi...

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 — 8 July 1887

^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^K^m9^9^Smf m INteiDiii^lN THE LIFE :dOF AN ^..Omeir Xooklnc Old OixiUtiinan,: wltb ^KTotc Book in HandiCurlou to Know] : Somathlna About the Laaso—Malting an Experimental Throw. JiV 1859 I was a rancber in Santa Clam valley, California, engaged in the cultivation *t v fco*««*V pigs, chickens, and otherw ^riS^^ -pa^^cifc^ ^)^.3w*»^fii-*W» ^BerryeRsa.^de district, a few mile* northeast of San Jose, nnd«eTeiimi)ei from Alviso,'the head ot Sau ?^ai^ -&y:n»yigaliipn.-'' '.\"• i 9^day^eariyiniAjigiist I was out in the niomitains east of the volley, hunting after iny favoritb saddle horse. 1 was on foot and carried a \"riatta\" in my hand—a genuine Spanish lasso made of rawhide, salue as is universally made by Mexicans, native Cali- foraiuns and \"vaqneros\" generally. All I had to do when I found w y horse was to throw the riatta over his li«ul take a half hitch Around his nose, leap uto his back and ride home. But I did not find my horse. After a tram...

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 — 8 July 1887

r SIIn SPOTMM, ^ added * T ^ J i e a i d j ^ id hiB place of ••fcpotiiii^v: ^ \"_ j Raspberries of a flne qnality are daily offend on onr streets for from 10 to 12J£ • .e»nWpeT.4«iairtBi-.vA'' 'v Mr. Wm. Lfndsley pent ns down a eoopte .of branches from ' twine of his goowhmy hashes which were simply ioadfd with berries. A single stem •soot 10 inches in length contained55 large berrieR by actual count. According to the Menominee Democrat there will be an excursion to this city from Cedar River on the steamer Wel- come some time in the near future. It is expected that there will be a game of baseball between the Cedar River and Menominee nine. At the annual school meeting in (list riet No. 1, town of Sturgeon Bay, gener-' allyknown as the \"Piuney district\" it was resolved to raise thasum of $250 for the purpose of enlarging the school house. The sum of $40 was raised to provide free text hooks for all scholars. . Last week we received a copy of the rules and regulations and the p...

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 July 1887

VOLUME XIV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1887. NUMBER 42. TWOTOOXEFORBLlKfE. TWENTY-ONE THOUSAND REPUBLI- | CANS INDICATE THEIR CHOICE. Besnlt of an Inquiry by The Toledo Blade - —About Every State and Territory Heard from—The Maine Man Leads, with Sher- , man Xext and Ahead for Second Choice— Situation iu the F,ield. TOLEDO, Ohio, July ia—The Toledo \"Weekly Blade in May sent inquiries to its subsori.iers in oil parts of the Union, asking them lo signify their first and second choice Tor president ori the Republican ticket oi 1st?*. Answers have been received from .21.31*0 persous, or about one in four of those addressed. The replies show the following TotarresuK: ™\" First choice: Maine. 11.010 Sherman, 6,- 684 Lincoln. 2,'-'37 Allison, SSJ Edmunds, 117 Ingersoll, 115 Harrison, 101 Ingalls, »5 Gen. Sherman, W Kvarts, 78: Hawley. •47 Dei*w, -15 Foraker, 42, and other votes, •:» 341. Total, 21,303. Second choice: Sherman, 7.C33: Blaine, 3,- 473 Lincoln,.2,.W1 Alliso...

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 July 1887

THE WISCONSIN TCWN AGAIN SWEPT B* FIERCE FLAMES. The Firs nrealc* Oat on the Rtage of the : Aleaxar Theatre and Eleven People Are Boasted to Deatit—Other* Injured by 1 Jumping—Spread of the Flames—Action of Citizens. . \"•. - • . •• .. v. • ' - : • : . - . • • • - . . . * • HPRLKV, Wla,, July 1 J.—Fire broke out on the stage of the Alcamrtheatre at 8 o'clock Saturday, and within an hour the entire busi- ness port of the town was in flame*, while eleven persons had•'. perished in the theatre. Tbecbarred remains of nine people have been taken from the ruin* The Alcanr was a variety theatre, chiefly frequented by.miners, and wait one of the resorts of unsavory repute associated with the notorious dance bouses of the mining regions. Only a small audience had gathered when the Are broke out, and tbey scramble.! out in a hurry. Several of tlie actors, however, rushed up-stairs to save their wardrobe*, and when they sought to escape found that thoy were hemmed in on ail sides, the flames l...

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 July 1887

SOME'ROMANTIC:t»DEAS DISPELLED gPw^e&oniiisr- Only'.V Commonplac. Crawtl After All—Their Noinlwr. Their ipirwOU »ud ' Their Skill. AU Kx*gx«y •ttxl—A,\"Traniiparent Trick.\" -Xtutve been reading and I suppose every- body lias fieeti tabling, tub, ubout great criminals in the nen-spiqwrs. Tlio Itoastful- ueai of the detective and the imagination of tbo reporter liave cpmbimptl .to mnke some interesting readings but if you recall what you have road you will find that very few great criminals have, been told about, nnd, apart from murders, very few great crimes have been committed. One or two pro- fessional forgers, a half score of burglars, a cluster of twenty-five confidence men, ib d tbo whole list is exhausted. The fact is there is no such army of criminals fertilo of ex- pedient, ready of device, watchful of every chance to break' in and steal, as the police would have you believe. I was looking over the criminal list the other day of the convicted professionals con- fined ...

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 July 1887

BB^™!^^^^^^^^Bsfe =. ore Hotel. AtUnmaaJCsMselwrsatLaw, Btunreon Bay. Wis. Oflloe In tho Court House. VT« W.AIJJBN~ V3r _ ATtOKBTI.JT-llW, Sturgeon Bay , Wis oOf».v': •••'•': .),-?-v': Offloe tMok of the prist- T} P. CODY- _ X V . . ATTffBHBT.AT.IiSW, Sturgeon Bay. wis. Collections a Specialty, Oflico hack of the bank. • •' ••:'. ', -' -,-,. L.M.8HEBMANi-Csaaselarat . AMaracyaa law, . . Collections carefully and promptly attended te. All business sent by mafrwUi r.*qlv.- prompt attention. Oflloe in Lawrcnoo's block, Stur- geon Bay, Wis. :••:: ..-•\"-'••• -\"'.-• •.-••••,•.•.:. tj» MClXBN— • •'' \"•':. V•\"\"' ^ J/-.- Pbislelsa sal Hargees, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Surgery a speolal-qutck, fllclrnt and careful work, guaranteed. Alt female afflictions treated undorstandlngly. office first door south of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton ACo.'s drugstore. United States pension examiner. R LCOOK- • • . Pbrsfslaa aa* Harctea, Xturgeon Bay, Wis. Calls promptly att. ndod «iay or n...

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 — 15 July 1887

BAKING POWDER. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tliisiowdernev« varies. Amarveiof purity, strength and wholeSomeness. More economi- cal than tlio ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In competition with thu multitude of low test, snort weight, alum or phosphate, powders. Sold only in cans. ROVAU UAKINO POWDER Oo., 106 Wall St.. Now York. DRUCSTOBFS BARRETT & WESTON BTUHQKON fcAY, -DEALERSIS- PDRE * DRUGS 'AKD ^MEDICINES!* Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Etc. HOMEOPATHIC ^ ^REMEDIES PATENT MEDICINES, TRUSSES AND SHOULDER BRACES. SODA WATEK IN SEASON, «3FINE CIGARS AND T0BACC0S1 I . tST\"Per«crlptlons carefully compounded at \\ all hours, day or night. AGENTS FOUTHE CELEBRATED ' Gl]icDgo Cottage Organ HAMILTON A CO. HAMILTON * & * CO., -DEALERS IN- DRUGS, Patent Medicines, Dyo Stuffs, Perfumery, r STURGEON RAY, WIS. . Prescriptions .carefully compounded at al' JOS . L E M E R E . JOS. LE MERE, Maiafforof LE MERE&T.ECLAIRES PIER and dealer in ' General t Merfshandise Highest ...

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 — 15 July 1887

AMoter hlll^ V'- £'-Pili.l»-Wii^^ g-:i.'= V . r OBire«^irtretch«i6tdeep,(lrtftlog«and '•* - \"Hie notay dty and thefw off waste. H»To felt U» benedictionof lu hand. —7wj» di©wsrWrM W^'ottto^^'ibe-diiiyr. ,f- The fre*a, sweetwind ofmorning softly blows, •-—- -fl\"ke wifluwjmittnolonger,nowniny stay .,'. Withflr»te«pect*ncyof dAwhit goes. . •'/•' -Cir:1-?^:-: -. -5-vc'i ^r-Margare Poland. • MGEK D O F ^ » U N l » I am a nervous person, in the senseof being molested by noise—irritable, perhaps, would rather be the word—and a boisterous child caused meto change my lodging place. It cost me a pang to relinquish my once quiet room on the inner court, where my belong- ings Were so accustomed all that they seemed to foil into their places mechanically, at the •lightest touch of the hand. But bo who works with his brain must care for his tool. I removed to the Hotel Alexander, across the city almostfrom my formerabidingplace, in the street of El Sagrado Corazon do Jesus —the Sac...

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 — 15 July 1887

Mm CSSTEI 1 TELL. Ij^VISlt t O THE FIELD WJTH GALL, ^:A WHO LED THE INDIANS. . S i t t i n g Hull Not In the Fight ni AU—The HorwM .Stampeded by Boy Warriors. • 5 ' ^ l '* t o r y C\"»\"««teU—The Loa*es on Both •0'.-. si«ie».,. J,. •\"-'-. •••'., : - •.-,' ~ . /:: TI16 Indian camp was dh the left side of tho i .Wttlellora rivpr, extending up and down the strearo. In a lovely, fertile ..bottom,. coVenid witit ii'cii herbage and .luxuriant V grosses, and occupying an area fully three \"miles in length by half a nulo in width. W h e n one considers the siae of this camp, flose packed-with lodges tepees and wicki- ups, ho can form some idea of the population it contained. It must bo remembered, too, that eveiy l-cdskin in a tribe—bucks, squaws, boys, maidens, and all except the papooses- does his or ber level best a t fighting when at- tacked by an enemy. So it was with Bitting Bull's v nidge in the Littlo Horn valley. When jthe brave cavalry'\" leader swept down on the Indians wit...

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 — 15 July 1887

^^^^^^^S^^^ftWBBBSB^SS^^Sl^^mmSmKBi l^e*weriB informed ^dtWBday that ebiaeb bags are doing considerable dam- age to tome wheat, fields in the town of •'• fwi^^b6^veiy'^nbtla%e -^'' ' ', A team of horsesbelonging to Scott's livery stabletanjawaV^uesda^morning on Cedar street Musing cbneiderable commotion. No damage was done to either the rig brythe horses, which were stopped by Mr A. W. Lawrence.' Mr. W. H. Horn has closed ont hispretty business at Clay Banks, everything of anyiraiue beingr removed. Mr. Ai N. Dier who has had charge of the store and pier leaving to-morrow for Fargo, Dakota, where he has secured a position in a telegraph office. A small fire in a barn balongingto Louis Trudeau near the upper saw mill called out the fire department Monday afternoon, but the fire was extinguished without their aid. It was first reported to be the mill cos?pany% barns which were on fire, which caused considerable alarm. A session of the District Lodge No. 11, I.O.G. T., state,of, Wiscons...

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 — 22 July 1887

VOLUME XIV. ST.URGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1887. NUMBER 43. ailLLIOHSm PROPERTY SWEPT AWAY IN SHORT ORDER BY THE RAGING FLAMES. An Immense Elevator at Minneapolis De- stroyed with Over 1,000,000 Bushels of Wheat—A- Great Conflagration Licking tip the Standard Oil an d Other Vro- • perty Near 3feW York— Destructive' HalL N E W YORK, July 30.—The Standard Oil company's refinery at Constable Hook, N. J , .'. • together with a nu inter of adjacent build- ings and a quantity of oil in • tanks, was turned Tuesday night. Loss, $1:00,000. LATER.—At 2 a m , Wednesday the nro was still spreading. Half the town and all the factories were threatened. The low will probably reach $1,000,000. Firo engines had started from Jersey City, and the Standard '. ... Oil company's tugs from Groenpoint, L L The Standard Oil company's possessions on the hook included the plant of the Tidewater Pipe Lino company, the Polar Oii company, the. Ocean Oil .compiiuy, nnd other absorbed companif s, ami e...

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 July 1887

W^^^MW^^W^WM O V E R A H U N D R E D C H l C A i s b A N S F A L L -.., A d Extraordinary - 1 W T * ' • o f Torrldnenn^Do- l e v D e a d l y YToik AH Ovet* theVV»t—Tli . San** Ilay s a s F a t a l as1 a l'entllence — Frobnblllt y o f a Ciiplliinatlon o f t h e f l o a t . *-WTier I t C o m e s from . , / CJmctAQo, ^ul y iiS.~'fhe_ tomperature In ' this city a t 11 o'clock Saturda y night w a s 104, and thevvictin w oi th e hea t iri forty-eight hours prior t o that tim e w a s v e r y great. .In m a n y manufactories Saturday th e e m p l o y e were compelled.to qtrit work o n account of tlie great beat. The ho t weather continued Sunday , th e temperature ranging from !*. to 104. Fifty- three cose* i death from sunstroke were. r»- fiortud. • During th e pust three days there hav e been more than K fatalities from th e excessive heat. Sunda y * night a coot breeze . w a s blowing, and it wa s hoped tho heated term was ended, hu t if the indications of the weatlier bureau g o for a...

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 July 1887

^ ^ l ^ . l C i E L E B R ^ E O ' PHYSICIAN' m#^,SAI0 . MANY YEARS AGfc ' - \\ iA Disease Without a Keroedyi—A Cnso of S^rayor/Ccire—A Priest'* Methods—Car- ing the CUoleru—Novel \"Trpatniciit by ''•' '':. CrltlciKtn.\" • • * : VPbysit- and Physicfaus,'' published iu 1SS3, • spsakijig of tltu celebrated «skl csti-aoniiim- rily, sueceasful Dr. ItadcIifTe, Who died ,ia 1.1714 wid was tbo founder ot tlio Radcliffo Hbrai}' at Qxforil university, says tliut he paid particular attention to \"themind i.f tlio patient under his caw, tniti. liad'been heard to My tliat lie attributed ninth of bis ueees and eniiiieiice tothis circniu'stauee. There is livery good anecdote illustniUiig bis views Upon this subject: ' \"A bidy of rank consulted r.adcliffo iu greot tlismssi about her daughter, and the doctor began tUo investigation of li e case by asking, * Why, what ai!s her? 'Alas! doctor\"* implied the mother,'I cannot tell but sho' has lost her buuior, hej- looks, her itoiiir.eh Iter strength ...

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 July 1887

i&$&ty&Wtm&K*:... ... _ vSv'-f-AtttiriMif •iuM Umuwara •Wiftw«\" :f• 8tnoreou Bay, Wii. Offlco opposite EichwiKO .W' - vV ,o?.:'.ATTORlferrAT-I.AnV', -•:\"' Sturgeon Bay* Wig. Office In tho Court Kongo. AjT. ATTOBNET-AT.1.AV Sturroon Bay. Wla. Office back of tlio podt- OtB0O. '.:.••.• . •'••'ir--:, -:.-* .•'••. R p . C O D Y - : : '_-••: Sturgeon Bay, Wig. Collections a Specialty. Oflioo baokoftlio batik. • • T M. SHERMAN- •*-'• Attorney «ad Cnmuwlor «t TAW Collections Carefully nn'rl promptly uttended to. All business sont by mail will r-Sbelvr prompt attention. Office In Lawrence's Mock* Stur- geon Buy. Wis. '' PHYSICIANS. . l'bjrtilclpn Hud Nnrgfon, Bturjrwm Bay, wi». Surgery a special—rulck 'tVfftck-nt tvntl Mireful work grinrnntcod. All ferwilo ulllletlons treated umiehituhdlnjtly. Ofllec llrnt door south ,of Sttirireori Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton ACo.'g drUjf store. IFnlicjJ States imnsion examiner. - • I r.CO0K V . I'bj-alcUn »B'l Nnrseon, Hturtrc...

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 — 22 July 1887

v\"|, '!. .„. :l.',^.C'.:.:.,-\"r: :.:'-•,,.'•:.,-' . :•'':'•'\".::--/-.A '.''. .'.':' ' ' .' '\".'y'.'''*'' \"\" '\"':*] i \" ? ' . ^ ^ \" n n y \" ^ ' ' ^ ^ ? ? ! ? ^ i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ % . i 9 ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Absolutely Pure. Ills powdernever varies. A marvel of purity, onuth mid wholesomenoss: More ctconomi- II than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold • competition with the multitude of low test, sort weight, uliim or phosphate powders, fid only in cans. IIOYAI, BAKING POWDER li., 100 Wall St., New York. D R U C S T O B P S , BARRETT & WESTON STURGEON BAY, - DEALERSIK- WIS. 'DRE * DRUGS AND ^MEDIGINESI^ Chemicals,. Toilet Articles, rcrfunies, Etc. [OMEOPATHIC ••' REMEDIED PATENT ' MEDICINES., TRUSSES AND SHOULDER BRACES. SODA WATEK IN SEASON: 1FINE: CIGARS AND TOBACCOS^ jrVPcrscrlptions carefully compounded at til hour*, day. or night. HAMILTON & CO. IAMILT0H\"© & '©. C0.: -DEALERS IS T V^N Patent Medicines, Dye Staffs, _Pcr&imcry. .\" STUHUBON HAY\", WIS...

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 — 22 July 1887

^^kf^-^S^w^Mi^^^^^^S ^»?^^^1^^^^^^I^S A nobler beauty than bin eldem knew:, ..--.: 'Tneviovejy foifseliood*. melt away like dew, : ' But Trula remains, more beautiful than ttieae. • :His vision rangesipwwldw^te --, »\" • •:In deeper space, new planets meet his view,?: • %He wads thVlegend In thorttinbuw Jiuo, Anftstarry secre&renderUjitbeir:j£evg.C '•'•'•',: .-\"A broader world/a higher life lie know« Bis groat ideals higher yet arbw » . And overall tits quickened fa.-icy throws A shining halo of transcendent dyes. Old'SQii* tia.it Another sunrise glows In golden promise oveVclearer efcles, ':..—F. W, Clarke iu American Magazine. COKED JOHN. iveiisNl The Von GmvensNhnd once been a great family ' hut reckless living tis\\ mined them. Ihoy were large,handsome men. with blue eyes awl adMinguished bearing. No end of stories wern told -in the valley oh-their bright, sayings and their foolhardy doKls,{«!om of their ol«*ervations,1 regret to say, wore not for earn polite. Col. V...

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 — 22 July 1887

es*s WMi&?$0W$ '••• MUSEUM - V ' • THE |^gl»taiiic«i : for'Central \"Park—A n Jntei- • ljg|j**fM«'IS . Ftatui e of the Croups — TUe IvI.jf^CIaiuier\" Kail*, pi,tntheexiiiUitfJ.r..thij Museum of Natural 0 ^ * ^ tttiu^untiucr finV eighteen groups of • fcirV?^ whicb.iiiako thtrir homes some portion ^ofvtlic year-in Hi.- t.ity or within fifty miles of New Yoi k. Some of theni or« t o t e found : ft Central park./'Otherswr.ro taken'on\".tbe liias or.ufoiix' the 'coast of Lon£ Islaml -- most of tiitim frotn WeKtali'csk:)' eou litV, but .several Of the rarer tcrouos nr« only to \"bo found in thomiii-shes and il^jjci- woods of j e ' w Jer.*}-. 'riiq iuas!,iiiten.sti,i£ feature, oi thcM? groups is th.'it they t'o not simply represent stuffed birds untler a glass .-.-ise, but in each instancn •thebin! isprc-serv-,1 j n ,t i-f,. litcycttitude, dii'l its i«st ee^s or yotwsr .birds unci the treo 1 ornio:ts,.i::iij(l uiiicii its homowas r.iaiW are. 1-qpi-riilu'wi. J„ osnuii:iin«r tbc...

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 — 22 July 1887

m ^^la^day nijght ^ Michael Dongheat reflideDCe a new eoat of paint which adds mn«shtoits generai appearance The Soiisof • Herman : removed from Feldmann's hall to the rooms in Welter's bnUdlng near the city halls on Wednes- day. Mr. Feldmann will divide the hall •over his store into rooms and with his family will occupy them. The annual census of the .children of the school age was taken the. past week by Mr. A. Bliesner. The work has not been entirely completed hut sufficient has been done to show that the number of children of that, age is not far from 650. The crank pin on the .shaft of the steamer Welcome refuBod to perform its duty Monday and necessitated the steamer's remaining at Green Bay for one day to have the pin repaired. On Tuesday the Welcome made her regular trip on time as usual. The Wood, Blossom & Greah Comedy Company failed to make their appear- ance in this city this week as announced. The extreme heat caused the disbanding of the company for the summer at ...

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