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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 21 October 1887

^ v . ^ i VOLUME XV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 188 / NUMBER 4. •:i BRONZE MEMORIAL. JETTYSBURG'S HERO REMEMBERED BY THE PHILADELPHIAN& L F i n e E q u e s t r i a n S t a t u e U n v e i l e d In F a l r - f m o u n t P a r k b y T w o G r a n d s o n s o f t h e P e a a P a t r i o t — T h e C e r e m o n i e s Briefly D e s c r i b e d — D a s h i n g K t l p a t r l c k ' s B e - m a l n s G i v e n a Soldier's B u r i a l . . P H I L A D E L P H I A , O c t I k — I n t h e presence I a larg e concourse of \"people, a m o n g w h o m fere numbere d m a n y of Philadelphia's most irominent citizens an d distinguished public oen of th e state an d nation, th e brotizj eques- rian statu e o f Gen. G - n r j e Gordo n Meade, rectcd i n Fai r moun t park, w a s unveiled 'uesday afternoon. Th e militar y pagean t a s a g r a n d affair. A m o n g th e distinguished VIKW IN FAIKMOPXT PAItK. nem present we-e ' .Gen TVill- a m B . Franklin, of Hirtford , Conn. ' Gen...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 21 October 1887

IMeEDMlGHIGlGft BANKER RAVVSON':SHOT DOWN AT A •'•:••Vs'* : '/•''' :-. CHURCH.•'BOOR.4-.'. \\Vl}.f.1.\\yi I.HI1 that has iini. li-en • i s Step-Son, 17 Vear* Old, Doe* the Shoot- IOIJ—The Victim In,» Precarious Condi- tion—The Shooting Brought About by. • Divorce Proceedings Uetwoen Mr. and Sirs. Rawson. GmCAOO, Oct. 17.—Tbfscity was startled Bunday by the announcement that Banker Ramon had been shot by his step-son, Will- lam Ralph Lee, 17 years of aee. The shoot- ing occurred just as Mr. liawson came out of the Third Presby- teriah church and was crossing the pavement to enter • his carriage. Leo came within three feet of him from . . , . . r~Tf\\ i behind, holding a ll/wftk. ' iZ&X vkf rev0' 'eand r *\" ^th 'l/rMflW *C2U (P** iiand^, pulling I the. t rigger as rnp- I idly-'os possible, he 'shot five . times. ^ ^ ^ The first two shots ^__^^B3lEM!/^/l7l entered Rawson's C?\"\" ^^^ayfi Unck '\" tl,e res'on ^ s , ^ 'of the waist, .and BANKER hAWSOX. at the second shot he fell fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 21 October 1887

1 EMGMOOIIUNT. 1 ^SONFtlCTOF THE DOGS WITH A SAVAGE \"OLD WAN\" \"\"'\"\"•' . \" i V n e a r t a l n t i » » «*t a n U n k n o w n M o u n t — A • ' ! ' • . . - • . ' • . ' = 5j B l d e r H n r l e d I n t o M i d Air—A n Ol d 4y'KHnK»tM Xe«ptog r feigtil««u K r e t Ht ! j » J i u n p — T h e FltilMi. I''- '.- B y w e tim e I. h*ul roj uliited m y stirrups, ! • looked into tho cur b chain, nnd- LakiMi. tb»r last (jene'raj survey wliieu a man usually d m * ^iefore.trustiiig himself. to tfw vagaries of un , u n k n o w u mount, .Cameron rod* u p oil a Vrakish chestnut, surrouniiwl by-'his pack of $ kangaro o dogs. T h e s e dogs, l tint w a y . are j-i: .cross betwee n a fo x liound and » sta g -hound bitch, or vic e versa, the former, liow- ( e v e r , being the more generally sought nfter. ^..'Gientvvortli had eliost'ii a quiet littlo. m m n, ', w u o , to all uppeaiaiiues, had nothin g to ' recommen d her but.tho benuty ol her slioul- . tier, and a certain look about. her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 21 October 1887

i AUoratr* aad Coaawloni at I*w .... Bay, Wis. Office opposite Kxchango W M^cfcAWt/r^ :-. . i-c •..•Â» . . ?***•?••• ^acousivr JCIWR, '\"T-: • : • i.'-\"^ -V-: '- K ATTORNKY^T-LAAr. '.' BtuTgCon Day, Wtg.,Offlco in tbo Court HOIIHC. •^^MMk-S-'- . ''•.i:'''^-,. ••'•• a .••\"• / VJV ATTOBKET-AT-lAW, Sturs-eon Bay, Wis,. Office back of the post-' office. , ••: R V. CODY— . ATTOIUIKf-AT-tAW, . Htinwoon Bay, Wis, Collections a,8p«JlaIty. OfHco tiflcfc of the hank. ... : Puliifshea ^isry Friday at Sturgeon *Ba Door Opunity Wisconsin, by the liidciMJiulent Publishing Cm|uny to tybfeh all cowmunion- tftiiis should be addrcsseci. RATES OJPS.UBSCnil'TlOX ^Oneypar....... Six Bioritlw.... ,..... ,o irnroo mtrtuhs. ,... •/...,..,... .. ..:..., *• One niftntb }..... ... dtt tiinitk copies..,.......'.......:.. C'J Kiiifred at the postofllce at Stiirj c Buy, Wis.,.ILS second-class mail tiinUU'r. .eino L. M. 8HEKMAN- AttoracjrtBdfoanielorat TAW, Cnllectlona earcf.ully and promptly attended to. .All...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 21 October 1887

i liiiiiiEioH ^/l^'v'B^DB$lrfNBAY,.. •'•• - • WIS. y.v! .\"•'-'•: la——.• ' PUR—^-DEMJBJtSDRUGS E ® WMEDICINESE* Chemicals, ' Toilet Articles, ... Pci'i-iiiiies, Etc. ^ovmWmws. BAV VIKW. * .Philip Jiwrobs received a Mexicaii war pension from fhe j )veriiuieii last Mou- day. The pension mill grinds'slow, but itgetsliiere just. Uie same,.ami .it hits in this neighborhood once in. a.while. Ed. O'lliiri', of the town of.Sturgeon Ray, died last Tuesday jiisjht of .con- sumption. He owned considerable imipei'ty. which'iie willed to his fjii.hcr.\" jfjcom tlte bick-woodH and was awiiett ly a \"mere mbssback.'* Behold! The day after the fair the civilized calf that did draw first prize ami §15 to'boot was offered to the wossback for his barbarian- crain farming- the fertility is liein.n 'wS ' Slieep OH the Farm, VQne most huportaut feature of rai ins* stfeenis the benefit ttiey brine to the land on which they graze. White-hr BAKINQ POWDER. bovine, but he would not trade, he wanted §1.5. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 21 October 1887

||iilPipfiN i)iiii:. : ^ HjK v SAVINO HONOR. .\", '•••' . ' •' •\"that Poor trlgbteneu men at mt, . To gavnilielr lives, oastail their good* *vny Instermxof frtuiip,'whcre(hftrei*astrirc Wbleh shall I* saved, man's honor or UM 11for \"Who vrnuht preserve this tottered bark from :••' , fate? . . • • / But sink the vessel to preserve tb« freight —Sir fU.licrl Howard. ABAUflRTEKOFFOJiTIJJVK When thi? young women at Sappho yol Inge spoke of \"The Triangle,\" they alluded to Eli/nlioth, Isaliello nnd lazott.o Brown. TI»S girls were not related, butthoy » « insuiinr abltV friends, and hud vowo a lasting friend- ship. The Similarity of thoir names had at first attracted them to each other, untl then n common resolution had cemented tho alli- • anco. They had discovered that each one bad promised herself a noble and individual ca- reer, and that each liad for herself decided upon tho condition:! necessary if the cure*!' was to be a success. And their decision* hud been the same. All thr...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 21 October 1887

A.BICYCLIST^WRITES CONCERNINQ CONTINENTAL CONCOCTIONS. Th e Alia, of England, th e Wines .an d ,'.r '. Absinthe of France, t h e . Beer of ler , - inany nnd th e C o d e ot Turkey—Eng- f list! Mixed Driuka. |' Whilst beer an d ale might perhaps truth- ! faliy lie called the nntioiuil bey erase of Ettg- ilBntl even these days, it is far .less So than it / \\*as some years ago. Englishmen ore taking ? very kindly of late to mixed drinks, and '-drink almo&t asmhch whisky in jiroportion t o , malt beverages as we do. , Tire -mixed drinks of England differ very materially, hpwever, from tho»6 this country. Shanily- vgaff, a mixture of ale and ginger, is a favorite ^Irinic among English athletes mid frequenters :df race courses ami summer resorts. Anotlier -\"odd mixture is klaown ns doguoso. Dognose consists of two-thirds ale and one-third gin. The 'consumption of dognose ' is. .confined- 'chiefly to tht lower classes. It is drank mostly by oJd topers, whoso' 'stomach* have swilled ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 21 October 1887

HOMEIHARPENINGS. VWant^i-^eTOVal cordis of good Hard '\"wood wanted at this offiifee. Roeaerr8 new flbnring mill at Sister Bay is nowin Tonni&g order.\" The list of premiums awarded at the late fair is now in the hands of Treasurer Leqnhardt-: v ^'','.. Rev. T. James, the new pastor of the M. E. church arrived last evening and will preach his first sermon Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. • The water in the bay is about a foot and a half lower than it was four weeks ago. Complaints of low water are being made at all ports on Lake Michigan. The meeting of tl:e directors of the agricultural society last Saturday after- noon, adjourned until to-morrow after- noon, owing to lack of qu6rum for the transaction of business. A full atten- dance is requested for to-morrow. Eggs are a scarce, article in this city and have been forsome time. They now retail at from sixteon to eighteen cents per dozen. It would pay a few of our farmers to enter largely in poultry raising as there is a good loca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 28 October 1887

pi-'- lit: ... VOLUME XV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28,1887. NUMBER 5. $ ACCOUNT OF EMMA ^LE OF YANKEE LADS IN DESPERATION. C O N T E N p , ^ « * I Invente d by Their Companions— -.'Atrocity In Michigan—Another Item from Texas — Claimed by Women — Village Scandal—Horri- pttfesslon—Hunting a Desperado.. . vnat, Conn., Oct 96. —A desperate i fought, with boat books on the Con- triver, near Haddam, Monday. For |me Theodore Rand and Charles Dib- been suitors for the favor of Miss the? belle of Haddam. non- filing the two young men went fish- pmpany with some friends. A strong ing up and all of the party went Ixcept Band and Dibble, who were in 1 skiff*. The boats drifted near each, Id a sharp puff of wind blew them to- J The meu began to quarrel violently, |ble suddenly made a lunge at Rand iir, the sharp end of which pene- |is fl -sh, the force of the blow send. vover the side of the boat.. The i only three feet deep, and as soon ifmed a standing position lUud seized [h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 28 October 1887

wmmm^^^S^^m^ WlMMmt} FOR THfiftEfiS. itHE CASE NOW BEFORE THE UNITED STATES 8UPREME COURT. Unexpected Progress Made by the Counsel of the Condemned Chicago Anarch U U - Ocn. Soger A. Pryor Makes the Opening Argument Urging the Interference of the Court in His OlienU' Behalf. WAJSHIWOTOW Crnr, Oct, 23. —Counsel for the Chicago Anarchist* made unexpected progress Friday, and succeeded in bringing their casa at once before the supreme court of the United 8tates. They met Justice Har- lan in the supreme court chambers by ap- pointment at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of presenting their petition for this interference o f t h e supreme court with the Illi- nois supreme court d e c i s i o n . T o a brief and formal statement of the objeet of their visit, Justice Harlan re* Rpondod by saying: ''This is an applica- ! (ion for a writ of error to bring up for review by the supremo court of JUSTICE UAIILAN. tlio United States of the judgment of tlio supremo court of the state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 28 October 1887

^^mmlSS^w^^^^m ft T H R I L L I N G I N C I D E N T O F T H E . I ^ J E G E O F P E T E R S B U R G . H o w « C o m m o n S o l d i e r A c c o m p l i s h e d / a n U n d e r t a k i n g W i t h o u t : P a r a l l e l I n t h e ' A n n a l s o f M i l i t a r y M i n i n g — K n n - n i p g a n A w f a l RLsfc. \" • • W h e n t h o c i r i l w a r a l a r m b u r s t u p o n t h o C o u n t r y , i n lSul, t h e m i n e r s o f t'ue u p p e r S c h u y l k i l l r e g i o n , i n t h e m o u n t a i n s of P e n n - s y l v a n i a , m a d e u p a r e g i m e n t , t h o F o r t y - cijjht h P e m l s y h - a a i a Reserve. Xn t h o r a n k s o f C o m p a n y K w a s . H a r r y Reese, a y o u n g i u a n w i t h o u t p r e t e n t i o n s b u t filled w i t h t h a t q u i e t a r d o r t h a t docs n o t flssh' a n d fade. -Tho -Foi-ty-eishth serve d i a t h o e a r l y battle s o f V i r g i n i a a n d i n t h e s o u t h w s t , i n Mississippi a n d Tennessee, m i d w h e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 28 October 1887

._,._ B.*Y.Y DBKUWKtt~r :Btarf« Bay, Wis. Offloe opposite K»cfa*ngo \" l ^ M i l l o X A t M W :v-: .-••'•.-: ** corwrriPBOB, V ATJOBNBT-AOSkAlVY - fltnueon B»jr, WUi Offloe In tho Court House. A j » •? AtTOBH«T.*T.l.AW, . Sttmneon JBayi Via. Offloe back of the post- \" offloe.'•.\"••'-••. •...•• . - . : . . • . Ri P.OODT- ' ~ 4TIOBBET.AT-I.AW* «turgoon Bay* Wis. Collections a Specialty. Offloe hack of the bank. . • • • T M.8HBBMAN- JL-*. Attoraej a«« Coaaielor at I*w, Collection* carefully and promptly attended to. mt by mail will r.xsolvi- prompt All business attention. I jreon Bay, Wis, In Lawrence's block, Stur- JPHYjBICIAIW^ F. MOLLBN- . • • PhrnleUa aad flsrgeoa, Sturgeon Bay, Wig. 8urgory a special—quick, efficient and careful work guaranteed. All female afflictions, treated undergtanuinaly. Office first door south of Sturgeon Bay Aleut Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.'a drug store. United States pension examiner. . R. L.OOOK- PkjvUlaa aad Harccoa, Hturgeon Bay, Wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 28 October 1887

ORUO STORES. fiiiit & WESTO N v STTJBGEONBAY, - - WIS. •. ——DEALERS IS—-'• \"'•'. PDRE*DRDGS «1MEDICINESI • • • . — — — '•—, . . . / Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Etc. HOMEOPATHIC * REMEDIES PATENT MEDICINES, TRUSSES AND SHOULDER BRACES. SODA WATER IN SEASON. IFIN CIGARS fiND T0BftCC08tx typerscrlptlons carefully compounded at -•all hours, day or night. CIGAR STORE. STRIKE ! Against buying an INTERIOR ARTICLE,' whon for the same money you can procure A CHOICE CIGAR By calling iii, or sending to « 0. EGKHftRDT'SI* ipiStoie 120 N. WASHINGTON STREET, GREEN BAY, WIS., And investing in cither of the following , lO CENT BRANDS: H E M IRYIHG, YARA, LA PARTORA, OUR DICKIE, G. A. R., DAISY and CITY OP STURGEON BAY. OK IN THESE-— 5 CEN T B R A N D S : LITTLE CHICKS, PROGRESS, and AGRI- CULTURE. ,. t35^A large and varied stock of Genuine Meerschaum and Rriarwood Pipes constantly on tiand. and Bold at reasonably low prices. SAMPLBS OK THESE PIPES SENT FREE to uny responsible perso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 28 October 1887

ftfeSSiif TENDER THOUGHtS. .'AT: Ibear Uie wiiid, I hear the rain, ^.j^l^VtheUjTbtntng^tfloiy.lchaiit,'',''' ) Tl»e *for«iawniHng thrbURh Uie trees, I Ti e waves aire roaring on the seas I I hear the awful thunder crash •*••'. J TOrtfoHb«-8pn the lightrtlriff's flash— r . j • _ Bat though all things In tempest be, 'i Icaunot think of imght but thee. ) ' SrhoguU'i wood floVen-' faint perfume, i \"Hie flowers that on their busing bloom, f •'•• The W W .-Eolian melody ' » 1 8ung softly by the wind kissed tree ,.e- The Kuntoueliedclouds, luitathorned skies, j 'The lark that strif*iij- Btiiiw-ird flies—r AlUovely thingslhi'urrse ' .' Speak to my heart of thee—hot thee.'' ' ' • -l-hlllp Lincoln. • •'* HAM) CAR 412,' C. P. H. For the last Jiour the construction train had been traveling slowly for a whole hour it had cautiously Attmibled over the loisscaed fishplate^ with a moiiotouoiLs ohuggety chug, chuukety chunk that had long ceased to awaken any'interest, sympathetic or other- wise...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 28 October 1887

fmllf S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^SJ^^^^^^^^^^f**^*w^^^^^^w^|« Mimm PICKERS. JES IN A BERRY BOG. IN BARN- STABLE'COfUNTY. the \"Oxycoccos Slacrocarpus\" I*' tiered In th e Cape Cod Region*. Sexes and All Ages at Work. i y Wages.. Cjaianberry bog is now dry. The vines, iust know, are but a few inches abov'e 1, and the ground is red with the de- , fruit. This bog I -now describe may to ten rods square, more or less. Lines atoned to pegs in the ground, dividing •pond into rows or alleys some five'or 3t wide. The pickers begin two in each rows. Down on their marrow bones, Jen \"and women, young men and maid- uad children, too—any one that will tod stick to it. Such the owners must Each ierso is provided with a \"mesas- •a tin vessel holding just six quarts, the \"measure\"' between the knees the claws, and rakes, and scoops with his fingers and gathers the berries in. leaves and sticks, and with some. .(boys, of course) much besides ber- into the measure—the screening pro- pter on separating the fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 28 October 1887

MPPEhli^dS ftWiotm Nelson who pi^hiiBed tfc» JS. C. Daniels place near thfa city, lias taken possession this week, moving his foods ^ ^ • \" f l i l ^ ^ i ^ ^ i . : meet n No-the vember 15. An erroneoos impregsion seema to have got ot»t to the effect that the time for meeting will be on Novetof ber8. •'• \":,r v - . y Abont thefirstof pwrt month Charley Larson will remove his newsstand and stationery store to the room in the M. E. Lawrence block between the meat 'market and the barber shop. Jacob Noll is placing a new furnace in his store and reside!ce. The number of these put into Sturgeon Bay stores and residences indicates prosperty at least among some of our citizens. A large number of our subscribers aro Considerably behind in their subscrip- tions. We cannot afford to carry these much longer. Unlesssomething is done by them we shall feel obliged to put all back accounts'In the hands of a lawyer fjr collection. We cannot afford to carry subscribers over two years. Tuesday mor...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 4 November 1887

VOLUME XV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, I^I0AY/NOVEMBER 4, 1887 A SPLITARY SURYrFOR :OF THE RECENT LAKE TRAGEDY PICKED OP UNCOMSCIOUS. \\ He Tells a Sad Story of a Reckless Tempt- ing of ?K.Vm»»6SsrFitty laves los t in the Disaster—The St. Louis Explosion— 1 Terrible f a t e d Bight Sleeping Victims . — T h r e e Seriously Injured. STCROEOX BAY , WU , NOV. 2.—Aboard the schooner Pomeroy, which passed here Tuesday, was Fireman Alfred Stone, one of the crew of the fated steamer Vernon. He was picked up Monday niche about eight miles from Sheboygan. With him ou a raft was found the body of a man who is sup- posed to have been a fireman. \".- Stone tells a graphic Istory of the wreck. \"I awoke,\" he says, '•as the boat was sinking and jumped through a window into the water. When (plunged in. there were peo- ple scattered around i i life-preservers. I saw the life raft on the crest of a wa not far distant, and succeeded in reaching it The ice-cold water dashed over the raft, chilling and ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 4 November 1887

* * • • ' JW»8 t)F THE PROPELLER VERNON IN LAKE MjCHJq/SN^ *?S ffft™**1, °f *«•Â«Â» Snffposed To Be Lost FUeedat Thirty—Hrager Particulars ol »..i? - C»t»W«ty—Terlbl ttonaway Aeoi- ^n«nt*« Frightful Oeat — Other Mishaps, CHICAGO, Nov. 1.—The Jfortbern Michigan line propeller Vernon foundered Sunday off TwoRiver and sank In the gale, bar entire crew going to the bottom with hery The number of Uvea lost ft tiipposed to be about •\\tWny. Particulars Of lhfl'Wrec& areM yet meager, though the fate of the vesselfaun- on-d wero: \"ir-, N. Y. , iimli'. who ii leu '.'. «-st I , W.M'OIld i.\"-i J . last cicrll, eldest Charles KraiiIt THE IXJSt VEHflOJf, • questioned. PieOes of Wreckage we rescen by ( ?»veral Vessels in the neighborhood ot tbt disaster, and a tug picked, up portions of the lost propeller's pilot house tearing the name \"Vernon\" CapL Moran, of the steamer Superior, which arrived hero Sunday night, reports having seen poitions. o. tlio wreck floating upon the w...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 4 November 1887

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fe^^^^^^fc^^^^K MEMORIES W LINCOLN, • BY A BROOKLYNITE WHO READ # = ? : , t A W I N HIS OFFICE. . / AJtTtaterriew with J. H. Littlefield, Now •X- u Portrait Painter—Ihtercsitins Keinin- 'y'laoences of America's Great Commoner. Xincoln's Striking Characteristics.. • I called the other day at the studio of Mr. . •Â«!. H. Littlefield on Montague street. He was jast putting the finishing touches upon his 3iew portrait of-Sir. Beeeher, which has since ^feSteri-'! exhibited upon, Fulton street. . Mr.: jBeecher sat. for him during the trial and .again on his ,70th birthday: The conversa , tion turned to the duys when Mr. Littlefield 'yraa a student in Mr. Lincoln's office in !~i8pringfield, Ills., and oiw thing led to another until the following inter».tin • *ehiiniscences of America's great commoner had been elicited. \"Yes,\" said Mr. Littlefield, \"I was « stu- dent in Mr. Lincoln's ofB for ovf two years, and the way I came u get there was very singular indee...

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 November 1887

mm PliliiSiNiSS^CARDS \" (TV B. & T. V. DRECTZETl- KJ» • Attprmef* and Comaaelarf at X»w, flturpeon Bay„Wto. Office opposite Exchange • HoteL, . -•-.-• ••'•'-• •'. . •' •-. - •• •- \"' * 1 . v COBUTT JtHDOB, - ATTORNEY-AT-LAV. Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Office In tho Court House. G WVALLEK- XTTOBKET.AT.I.AW, stuiyooir Bay, Wis. Offloo back of the post- offloe. ••• • . , , • , R P. CODY— . ATTOBKKV.AT-tAW, V Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Collections a Specialty. • Office hack of the bank. M. SHEUMAN- . —ttpmtij and ConniHnr at l*w, Collections carefully arid promptly attended to. Alt business-sent by mall will r.cejvr prompt uttcntlcn. Office in Xawrcnco's block. Stur- geon Bay, Wis. j • • JPHYSICIAm F. MULLEN- T Phfiiclan and Margean,. Murgeon Bay, Wis. Surgery a special—julck efficient ami caretul work guaranteed. All female tiffllctions treated umlcrstanrllngly Ollicoflrst door south of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hum Hum & Co.'u drugstore. United States pension oxumlnor. T3 L. COOK...

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