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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 13 October 1882

1 TKiB, |t^0.1flMoft, 75c 18 M0&, 40c AND IfAPPEKlirGS. • 7'T:Tiie fewtforcattleholds goodyet. It . ••: ^ n j ^ n j ^ this ft»IL - : Y ^/ ' ^ i Leafcham & Smith want the services of K ^ ragej iind'fchea ^ |j: r ,V~ : ,:4:p\" litis & ^ ^ = iiroitt schoolthempst^freqiieiitly. Soraft aje prp^he^ying that there will £ beascarcity of potatoes before spring. \\. Thjs, bad weather has shot off the saw- dnstattfie^nillsseveral^daysthis week. • j A Depere map. is credited with raising over 30,000 heads of cabbages this season. lton't ^orrpabout to-morro%. I t is ''•'•.'.i^iiiut':en.oafE^i-\"td . ^ld- t^V^hen'.tOripiorrew.' Vv coBttjpg.::! :: ^ . .v.'|\": - . • _•' ' j ' . J.most r- : It \\B said that the potato crop is caused i vby fnngl that thorough drying will v des^oy\\ - .,. ')':. Remember and attend the County Fair \" • at Leonhardt's Music flail to-day and to-\" Don't.croak.about th^e coming.cold \"winter. Such worry is no! good for the ••:•'.appetite. ' . „ • .'„-• V v ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 13 October 1882

«dw?ii^^)iiiippi|i^ ^ t ,.-7 ,-• ..r _^.~ J \"^ | f -Y | j | -.. r r - r • -fTT-ruTfi •\"•i 1882 John Feticr, of Forestville» this county, district When'we state that Mr. Felzer cquMbe ^ the truj^entitiie^ InaU parti^ •and the campaign Jbetween Mn Fetzet and the Republicantiominbe^Hpn.E..S. ftiinoryWiit^ particularjfa.sp in this coutttyi Mr: 1?et- Ber Is 'latgely interested In mercantile tuia^ timber^interestsi and the peer in ^bod conimoli sense with any man in i this or any «Pther^ district in the State. The report is being circulated that Mr, Fetzer will -not accept the .nomina- tion, but we a ^ Bourcejthat the report% notonly untrue, but that MrJSetzerwill tate off his coat and do sbme tall work.: : jtorth Carolina negrb Bltfheffl to repen- tance. They regard it a? a forerunner of the world's end/, and are making their oMhe cornet wouldl:6.qjy havea similar effect upoh the puliticlans of this coun* among the good people^ who are being led into darkness and pit-falls by the ' ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 13 October 1882

Iceman, the English ied hard daring his repent t©xuf ot this boantry to convince himself -and. . others thai the United S&tea Had nopolitical 'points: difltinct- tinned hhs lino of reasoning inthe pages ^ of$&e•.Wo^B^^JJ^iew^^ii *&?& says-Artfenca strikes him as \" the land of the general reader,\" and. this reader, J^£^injanJ|ap8 he is not disposed to seorii, !^qh^Bpvery-ildn^t^ hinu He S^sl i£lj£*^ ca, the'rejading class, the class o£ Jfoose who read mdely, who?read as far as they go intelUgenily, but who- do not read deeply^theclasspfthose^who, without • being professed - scholars,' read enough 5mdv |^wjj: 'ejioi^: \"to be qtut^ wprtii talkiBg toT^forjnVfljlarger proportion of mankind, in America than they dp in England:\" This is praise enough for it is the mass of general readers, not the feV^BI^fiHsteaenfe, ^fhq have the power as well as the will to apply iaq- quired knowledge to the benefit of the oommunity.vX: ( •.' -v h- \"?- : •'THE CPB8E OF CBEDIT. It...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 October 1882

H»il to thee, Antumn I Gracious of presence I Of the M»y-tide joys of field ana plcmMtincey Of ttoe old, f»tee hymns to the faithless Bgrlngv A fickle maiden, none might trust lief Was-hoyden eprlng, with her chanfefal melnk In ripened-womanhood^ richest lnfitro ' Balmly thoncomest, LadyMidQueenI ^ : ^ !Many to her ar« the ditUea Uden ' ^:i '•\"••!'.•\"'•'i V *\"\" ,, With honeyed breathings of faltering praise Satedand-Vuln with applause, proud mttlden, - She fldutB her loveny and scorns their lays. / . Thon ?—With her twere shame to compare thee- : Worthier thon to be Bong and woed •Thou tllw a high-born dame dost bear thee, vGradou s of presenoe and bounteous of mood. Hailtoth^Autttmni Thee we honor. Queen of the seasonB, without a peer t \"St\" 8 1 \" ! **** Ptonl** of beauty on her. ati thine are the glory«ndcrown of the year.!':':% F t a t i n worthlp why did we set her, ,, ^ •, i,. ^ Spring-the waywart, the cold, the : K!P^ l \"* ^ toetoo^ hearts, we have lored thee-bett...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 October 1882

t t i A B . $i.&U 1 « M06, 75c. I 8 MOS, 40c. # * $ v/fe •* tliePort Qffi?*** sbii»«». Boy-i v ^XT©r6oat «Mim|!d'rtibIiB. t p s • weefc-iv• ^.• 'V^ - [ -•: •-,: :--'#---••\" ' rV '•'thatiof ' The backbone! of Indian sammer is 'TfVh fiT » - ^ ••*tfa* a n appearance thfo week. vIM man trtthout a, woodpile does not -dream pleasant dreams. ^ - J ^Xou?iwin't dodge it^intlil8latitade. ••HWihte* will soon be here, i ^ X)xen are in demand in the lnmber jwjodsbn^^^^ vv -JP^tttout yourbofosif you woultf have ^beautiful flowers iiiext'year. ' • ^Our^rayinenare aa^usy asboe3 about •i these daysi hjauling freight. ^ lurkinginenrof all classes, have had plenty ofwork this summer. y: ^Separate the rotten {potatoes from the good ones before bringing themtomar- j c e t . •••.••, ::•••'- • ' : ' . / . % • : ' \\ v /.-•••^ '\"•'. -T&ents should keep their children out .of the streets at nights—both boys and girls, v ' / : '- : . '•:', £:^ :••', The hews from outside is that potatoes .a...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 October 1882

' B T l i B G ^ M ^ - * v dt!T,20. 1882 j S M ^ e r ^ e ^ g i w full prepeedipgs of & P^l^^^dfependwit County Conven- tibuvlveldattlieNorthwesteruHotel, in tliis villa^\"Wncsoiyravening, !8th vInst. •Eight tbwn9 In the county were ' . fcepresented^aniA abetter, representation \"of Door^count's.v.^laljbhngi^i-fe^ing^ , ii^ch&nici^ never assembled. The prompters of. the convention ^ it seems/but went to work in their ^im- mediate vicinity held eaucoses, elected '. delegates, and the delegates met in this village, and by exchange of vie,ws, nom- inated men for ours$era l local offices, Whose qualifications, honesty and integri- ty are above reproach. • George 0. Spear, the nominee for mem- ber'pf assembly, is an Eastern man, who has carried/on a successful .lumbering busines in this county for several jears, and is now one of the three leading mill owners in this town. He employs a large force of men, who look upon' him as a brother^ so fair are his dealings witirthem. Mr. Spea...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 October 1882

OF nrTKBBSt TO lOKEIGirEBB. ^ ac&i»$!^^ • HeW»: ^ bpra^in jPrtwsia^^ iliei^|jff: 1865^ and subflo^j^tiy^their I motnerwithi^faig son- qame to\\^^tJnitoi YoungKellarnttamted h i s ^ ^ o r ^ \" ]K^l880, a4din t h e ^ o ^ g N o w n i - • '•5'\"bar, Ttrithput having been naturalized or - '. hating taken any steps toward natural- ? ^ ization, voted at the congressional eleci- •*: | tiouiiii- Illinois. The disli^ attorney * -claimed '-.$__$ no person of foreign birth . nndp»ro»tagf»-doul become a citizen entitled to vote until he had been naturr . alized in accordance with section 2,167 of the. revised statutes, regulating the _', naturalization of foreign born minors. ' - - Justice Harlan decides'that such is not the law:. He finds other sections in the revised statutes which have an important . bearing on the\":citizenship of foreign • born persons who come to this country^ •^He* holds that' the* marriage of Mrs. Kellar with a naturalized citizen of the :- =United States confer...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 October 1882

DAME AUTUMN HATH A MOURNFUL FACE. Summor }B dead too soon her radiant ehapo . '•' Beneath a bntDid pall of leaves 1B laid • '.-•-. ToofeoonIs fled the swallow, to escape.. 0»e bltlrig w^nd, and Winter^a isniel ebade. , Slimmer tt dead t the weeping forest tree Bepeate the crj amid ito failing leaves fast IB the cheerful hum of laden bea. Vanished the mellow glory of the sheaves. „ Vow do grim shadows Tinner in the night, • That follbws fast upon the shortened day More boldly doth the night-bird wing her flight, And croak defiance to the moon's wan fay. Now doth the peaaant, hastening sadly home. Trembling, recall some half-forgotten tale How in the chill of evening, elf and gnome, (Sporting, hold revel high on hill and dale. Up from the deep moist bosom of the earth Autumn arising.shakes her dowy hair, . And leaves the.sedgy marshes of hnr birth , To soar aloft a creature wondrofts fairI ' 6utj)ale(Md tad r^neiBlenter hand upholds •n wfcM?\"•*** a Ve U'8 towslucent sheen, .That fal...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 October 1882

ggggSS p^m&nmfsm ctm&ism \\Mmms- mk '•'{*£&$>£:' :iw^$lM^^^B^:l^-ms^ 40c. T ' \" ' Entered,a*jiecond-rcln*s matter,: I »t the Po«t Office at'Stargeon B»y. 1 SttJRGEONBAY^ .:OCT.27, 1882 AND HAPPENIirCSS. The Milwaukee exposition has closed. The farmers are about through with their threshing. Next week will be a busy one. for the candidates for office. 0 Two girls have been arrested for fast driving at Appleton. The frosts are the \"sappers and miners\" for approaching winter. No one can complain of the splendid bits of weather this week. Farmers are getting along with their fall, plowing unusually well. Door county failed on having a repre- sentative in the Appleton Musical con- vention. If you fail once twice or even three ^ times, in the language of the song—\"Try, try ifgain.\" She left her Bangs and took to Grade, is thl way they announce an elopement atNeenah. j, Life is now put into Leatham& Smith's new planing mill, machine and black- smith shop. '...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 October 1882

j^t^MHSTSfSp g&>^^, Co/i(/ f$#iffnalffojniriees: loSatABIHKTrK. Democratic Candidater 1 . - GILBBRTL.PARK, Greenback C&ttMAte: „_„!.„ JAMES MEE HAN, OlP MEBHAkvitUS, POBTAGB COUNTY. Prohibition Candidiue: • . , . „ „ . , • H. I t WOODMANHEB, -.: o r OCONTO.: . , ' s- §0i a tori a i! N om inations: ^Democratic Candidate: -'• ^ J O H N F E T K E R : \" OF DOOR COUNTY. Republican Candidate: '••'••[ HON. E . 8. W|NOR. .or booa COONTF. /. OCAL JtO M IN AT 10 NS. People's Independent Ticket. For Member of Assembly, i GBtt. O. SI'KAR. For Sheriff: : ! • : . • , PRANK PIERRE. I • For County Clerk: • I GEORGE NELSON. For County Treasurer: JULIUS BARNHARDT. For District Attorney: • i G. W.ALLEN. For Clerk of Court JAMES B.CABR, For County Survey on • WM. if: WARREN. For Coroner JOHN LEATHAM. The following r'egoTntlon ^ras unanimously adopter! ut the People** Independent Convention,. ' which put in nomination the above ticket. - ' ••„ Recognizing the growinc tendency to ving-Rn...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 October 1882

messsmm OSSAP POSTAGE. • f Ttye.liffljjfc of cfceap josfa^b seemed to , •• lhate be^redctiediijdien tfce^epar&nient V- 5ofiiE»ed tojcMi^ a letter from New: York 1 jto San Frjtocdscd forthree centa. Com- • pared jriih the highrates of the early days Qfthe^ repnbiiathat was almost do- rr tag.the workfdr no*bvag* ^utjhat was .''*.. *»ot: the beet that could be afforded in500,000 •'• these dayVoriai go correspondence, and the postal card was introduced, doing .\" much of the woifc| formerly done Tjy sealed betters at.onelthird the cost/ Tp • dp anything for less than cue cent seems impossible nnder our system ef coinage, but there is a possibility, that the day may come and perhaps it is inbt ,'so far . '... off either, when one Imay not ooly send a brief note, but also receire a brief re-. ply all for one cent, | What are toiown as \"reply post ^jard*^ have jusfc been put in/use in England, and there is lit- tle doubt that they will in\"duefcourse,of time reach this errantry if t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 November 1882

SSil :\\ ^ \"OonoedowiuftWi simple letter wkya, \"And*e^rt)tr8»ttb»U birthday here, -Cone downjmd|bo»r the-Oljnreli-bellarlnr, And he*r the wrg the thrMttes sing ABd « diu-witn yonar presen'eu, AP.dloDgeafo^MtheSteimer *'Ctomedow^iJl4 we willtakeonoe more Tkehe«t*y path abroes the hOl _ Or 8»*nterthrcraghtho dewy lane, WneJein w«parted with «nch pain :/ '-A'mtteyewagioj!:':'.:-'.^-v ' :. The heath la Bwijetwith honey Btare, The fair green laneis dewy Btfll,( tiaiM^to:Bee^rda«6iCf : \" dome down, anldjwe will sit again Beside the mlleBtoiiearfty anaold, ' a^tBtend»wl#)iiitOHr garden gate, The spot where f.wsp wont to wall, ^ And UstBBjwlifltiyonrfeet /•••'\"--- Passed to thehighway from the fc And_my heart seemed too full to L • • Itstender bliss,so new and sweet.\" jBitmein the Santmer dusk. The sultry duskfa*jcityways, I put the letterfrom my hand, • ^^inemory bring at my command _ The past before jaalne eyes. ' **»,» garden,-Bweiet with tousle And llUeSjwrapjfledlii al...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 November 1882

00- •t the Post Office at Sturgeon Bay. f Wili 8T0RJ_O_BAY .NOV, 3, 1882 : \":^ ^ ^ ^ i i i S : This has been tr Last Wednesday, ^allrSainte Pajv * t . fasMgetrtiix Sdrtbtfs is ia&ala iri Greeh f?:v:ii_fc ®^?-:W ••:••.'•= o,^'. '^^''i^^'The'^meiaory-'ofjMan^TOC^i'ls ho finer 7 ^ O^Neal has had a well drilled on his '__3rW music i n Ihe air'*—political : Everything forjprtncipie^notriing for '- _ .policy. _ .\\ '•...'•'••jiW-'A'K', ? X '•:'' :.-\\'. \" T h e new jail is being pushed 'rapidly . to completion. | -.'\"V V-V '..' !'.: V-':..:. , jWild geese continue to go south in. . /rlargequanUties. • -.•.•'••':,. :- : . .\"'•.: /-'V* V ^The railsfor the road between lOeonta- ahd/stiles arebeing received. | Never before were the records in the Coti0y Clerk's office in as good shape as now. • ,,'- '-:.|• ,,:'] '\"..•:' '.•'.. The Office broker'si Association has «onttacted for. nominations two years \\ hence. '.'•:\"]..' .:•: - ^ ' ]' •..-. Aslight touch ojf thunder last Monday ni...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 November 1882

llKilSJilil^^ Greenback Candidate : •Â£ :£ wviiri ft.ftftftftft ft ftftft^:-JATHB^MBRJBAN^ft-ftft • :ft /ft \" * b» MEBHANyilX*. POBTAtf* Cd,UH*xV iPrdhlbUlon 'Candidate r ft * n ftft4ft5fe'fti6fcrbCoJ^» .^^ beinocrttticCandidate:*\" • ft: ftoF.Dbba C6USTY . RcpuWlfean Candidate - V '.:::^^..,:::-^:^a: -6» pqoi8:^^«ity. . : People's Infliejierident Tictet. t^oi'Meniber of ABseinbly: A . ' *? • ' --•ft:.. ftftftft GKO.O.SPKAR: - ft •\".:' For Cjurily uioifkli r ft.^?•-'•-. : ---. GKOBftE^ELSON, .'. \"ft • For County Treasiirerf v - • JUtltFSiJARNHABDT?. ForDistri.ct.'Attdrney: ' : -ii-\" i^G-WtfALLEIlWft ft' / -ft ft./ For Clerk Of Conrt: ft ° . V.'t ' :v- ft JAMES B.: CAEB. ft .'ft \"\"':.ft- For Coufity Surveyor? • *-*:•ft'-ft: * * W M I L W A R R E N . ForCdroBgr:'. ft :\"ftft--ft . .: : • . JOHN l^ATHAM . 'TTie following resolution \\vas 'irnanitnnijsly : h'dbpteS atftthe'PebpVe'B In'rlepenrh ntv!Convention, r\\Vhich put In.nomination the above ticket. • Recognizing tile Br...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 November 1882

amount of tannage builtjaijnually by the government in he* majesty's dock-yards . shipping—iKmcjads, and ordinary iron, is^823&^ iota, o ^ ^ ^ i ^ W ^ I S over!^$7^^^^^^ c^pwedb irittr the money which the .United States has spent on its navy to no purpose, this is ' a small acooimfc In ^ i877^he:^hstTO^ o W^$fo§ ^ ^ r i g iheJ^lSscal year, wluoii ^nded March 31,] there was spent 7^7(k),00() in- D^iiamg|i0,70d tons of armored sT$p*£anil $3,^00,000 in build^ i ifjjj 4f7QQtpns of unarmored ships. No t^»Tmor^J^6ssels were bjuilt by contract^ bat M raarmpred craf't|. 3*100 tons were so biiiit^^tfeo/st of japdut $1*000,000. Ih rjetnrn) f o r ^ empire has a navy that can float and can fight the United Stetes, though spend- ing moremoney• on its naval establish- ment, hasnothing whatever toshowfor it. At the funeral of \"Old josh\"JEddy, the cbldrted niiser, in JPhiladelphia, one of the speakers commended his life as an ( example of frngality, and said its infln- ence shouldpromote e...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 10 November 1882

. With toiangBtrelshe toward mjvt»«t ^ ^ 8 * 2 * * * ^ eager bas&ua * i « : i^w^pthartlove In oarYea and rings. •{- ivSP 1 ???*^?P ri *toHfeionew PMlookttgavotonative home, \" J 5 ^ ? « toraeadowB fotr tt«w«v ^^ltx^ed»nM*rnIt«MflowV», r And giddy Joytejruikd the hours. !7 i \"Poor winged xoee^ I thought: \" ah me, ^.nianlwoawBfetedtijnolUcethee.\" At er« iny truant came again— : ^ \\*aew,forihad washed itBO »at now, alaa I 'twere notaa when ^toglads(me»ightl»wttgb * »ot allwere flowera tenia way,•••\".,. iJ ^ ^ Oiomh»d*e»lta wingin twain, ^ •Andflowupon tha ground helay\" in_hop«lBSB, helpless grief and pain., i. I? X ^ 8 * to*6* *o mount the ate- * i Each««OTt ended in despair.- T ~ ! - \"*h me, poor bruised and broken friend. flSy own career hadsuch an end.\" •-. ' J 'Mid Band and atones ho found no resW, A hollow place and then a plain, And over as he gained the crest His efforts flung him back again. : The very wing that still wa» whole : Was now, in need...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 10 November 1882

l l l l l l l l l i i l ^ ^ iSSp yf^^0^'mTfi^f^^i^l^^:-:. }- i ^ ^ H ^ • Jit was ihjiiriia'^mii^^ v^he gosfi woi&x> politics is over. The 'y.j|j^ea' : iar$^^ ~W!iat an fxcellent ^ i ' t h i s hw been :/: for rao^ ? The approach of winter makes the hammer play lively ttines. • ^\"rgfiarpennpl^uraxes, bbyB^ There is work tor you in thei:woqd**4~r :?••'•..: • The firet ralr on llie road west Jfrom ^Oconto,was laid test week. burying th^r political dead ^ ^ ^ 3 When^your finish yourvfall work, put your farm tools under cover. 7 - A political victory^ . worsethan an honorable defeat. /• ^Peanut raising is to/be made alead- . .i ing industry in Shawanp:county AMchigan company is shortly to build '-\"a large saw mill at Green Bay. .\\ Candidates have guit • speakingr their pieces. That taffj^is out of date. \" • : From $35 to $4(5per monthis the wages paid in the lumber woods, up norths \" iThere are numerous cases of typhoid fever around the shores of Green Bay, i v v, J ^ e ^ ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 10 November 1882

v: :tS^^e^Ji^^^^»Pr»D)tJ^» i«r a/Peo p!e'8 ••': Convention,Unilwir|^rBiir%otkl\"inei^ Iff ^ y - « y ^ - ^VQ-yyy|he.-'oppositi6riy^ AMcmllynait y,,y Chris L^tthitridttii *teiii .f4Jwnir$y..v.( feit^ffiiri^itii?'*^^.,,«, IOJT-W_,.__«K-.-..k'_H._^.«_-' •'%*•' *___ji-.--._-'--J '*•.-'.?.' .RING-RULE^? AND \"BQSSISM\" bag sliced me up regardless ol ' brains, and I'm tonkin? for npoBltinn on the banks , .••••.•••-. ol Salt River1 . \" tUE tOCAL STRUGGLE. One of the hQt|est, ekction, contests ' that has ever taken plMe within the , limits of this reil hot little county, closed Hs thei stih settled out df sight in theour,, western -horizon last Taes(la^ 4veiiin{£ To give the opposition, every inch, and a loan of slack, wewill simply call their ^Victory complete|reiebl|iiJ2\"every caridi- ' date on' their ttekai. with majorities ranging from five votes to aUhousand. Of the candidates elected we have noth- ing to say, hut the'engineers who sup- plied the gas, should be bottled up, an...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 10 November 1882

PfclfeNSfS .. _ . _ : he^irayin theEngliahmarket ttiatthe »jp65_. _ _ . .__. ^ p | p i | a u ^ i p^-a!e^^ : :'/. . ^haVie not^Tanoediat all»in B generation, j/^StheJqTiil^ •• £ /fta« ^'--W^ather. a! #uras fonni Ihefact is £^h6dito ^ •: \"'• 4: Wjfc\"tteIepMrti^ PEENCH TOBACCO MONOPOLY. • •':\\'Beapecting^6v|i^wid|bL' government - ^bacoo monojxly of which so much has ]i teenM^fen,,andHitoph if no^reneweoY • willexpire on t^e fljst.of jantfary next, ^^W^i^xxyjFi^. at Brussels^ sends some • .interestihg inforniatioh. JEhere is no doubt whatever that the French authori- :' ties will nee every means in their power _ to rjextend the monopoly, so, profitable ' hasit been as a source, of revenue. This is shown by the fact.•••'that in the budget ••'• for }882fa credit of 62,227,100.francs is ' askeidfor to pay the expenses of working the tobacco monopoly At present, the mohoppjy gives «mployment to 22,225 persons, 1,648 men and 20,676 women, ' y h o rei^e'iabout\" 3,000,000 per annum i...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 17 November 1882

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Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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