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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 13 January 1888

i^HJMEXV, STURGEON BAY, WISCONSm|fRIDAY, JANUARY-13, 1388 lllpfOlipEE WHISK Y PENATOR. BROWN APPEALS FOR UN- TAXED SMOKES AND DRINKS. • J5 v |niey May B e Luxuries, bat the People W I 1 Baye Them—Vest Trains H I * G n u on the Educational Bill—An Adverse Beport on IdLmai—-Proceedings in Con- Creu—Trlcka in Transportation. ' •VVASHISGTOS CfrY,.[Jan. ' 10 — Senator Brown of Georgia made his speech in favor of free whisky and tobacco Monday, calling up his resolution declaring that the taxes on theme products should be repealed. Brown •aid all our internal revenue laws had been passed when the emergency of war made large government revenues necessary, and •11 but the last had been repealed when the emergency had passed. This' last was the measure enacted in 1861, which was still in force twenty-three years after the conclusion of the war which called it into existence. The discrimination, he • • said, against to- bscco and whisky made by the internal rev- enue system constitutes a stro...

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 January 1888

PH |§|§§^:§|$^ ^»5^liisi^f VV ^-:?4Wsl^i\\l^^:Jrinfc:^ ».~Ir McXJlyun'a inV ::V IracttTB subject .''The Pope in Politics,'' Wag ::':'!-':Jtyv^drawing : card at the-Anti-Poverty •i' iociety meeting Sunday evening and the ^ Academy of Music had a jaih uc as the old :':• IVM^iiaVbdt'fsj^ , v -:/r:J^-^rd»' : .were:y \"The pope in politics. What bonnes'has the pope in/polfticsJ.Wbo It the popet Nineteen hundred years 'ago there stood a man who dared to say, 'I am the way, jthe life,' and fie said, too: 'Liarn ^rfina, for I am bum bio iniir*.'He said 'My kingdom Is notot this world,' and when men Would make Him king on this, earth He fled to the mountains, and staid all night iu •' [ prayer.''--..-.'/' The speaker then referred to the good ex- ample set by the first few popes how tbey worked for fbe people's good, and not for themselves.' *I was the meek spirit of Christ,* he continued, \"and not the sword of Peter that won, at tbe start When Constantino took tbe church tinder his ...

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 — 13 January 1888

^*»CMIilIffiSlIOiK SOME/O F TH E tftlBULATiONS EN- PURED ^Y CHICAGO TRADESMEN. •0JMOffrmng Charges of\" Methods by Lad les 5'-S ^Mv.Pi(iTerte Idea* of Honesty—-Pack- V V»«o» Ordered to B e Delivered After Klghtfall—An Explanation. }..' \"A croctery shop is a capital place to ^ «tudy human nature,\" said a State streof '' \" manager. '\"Business nerer was better nor gilded ineanness more subtle. TYbat do I mean! Oh, '..a.dozen' things. For instance ' & yesterday a couple of ladies came' into tho «tore and asked if -wo had a bargain counter. - I showed h e r u p stairs, and after she* bad *een all the specials, asked me what we did with the cracked ware. I told her most of iUwas thrownput in tho alley, and that the slightly damaged goods were disposed of for anything we could ge t At. her request I * bunted up a mirror with a crack in it, and a . mustacBo cup of French china that had been chipped about tho edge. I saw at a glance that that was the class of goods she, was loo...

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 January 1888

l§Stljii§» • Rip,ToaDir~WJ^ Stiii .'.or Bay. Collections a Spwaltr- c of the bank, .y.-.',••'••'•.'. '••- -- : - f Mi, SHBBMAN—' *-*• : *ttors«r M i l C n i r i H t t tow,: - - •• • • .•• Collections carefully and promptly attended to. AU business sent by mall will ivxseivr.prompt, attention .Office In Lawrence's block, SfUr- geonBay, Wis. -: -'•' '•'- •, .-••. •..-• : :•. •. .- F PHYSICIANS. M0LWBN— P k n l d w M d K»r(t«o», fVIa. ' lliirfrnpviai ftnnnlf Ktuiweon Boy)•, wis Surgery special-quick, efficient and careful work guaranteed. All female nfluctions treated understnndinirls'. Officeillr-st'door south of Stuiycon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.'a druy store, United States pension examiner. R I/.COOK— . Pbx»l*l*a Mil Harmon, tunreo Bay, wis. Calls promptly att.nded dtiV or nlitht. Office nnd r uidouco over Barrett •A\" wes ton's flrujrstoro- , . : H. C. BIBREE- Pbjrslrlaa and Raraww, Kturffoon Bay, Wis..» Can bo found over HBI»I- iltoivs druir store. Bes...

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 — 13 January 1888

iiiesiQis, *s's::. SILVERWARES AMD JEWELRY. iS ,l**KBSt8tookof Gold and Silverware. Jew, j- u?cy Watches, Clocks, etc., In Door county. ^ep&iriflgJeally and Promptly Attended To. TftlLORSHOR . \\-.Tn the rear of our Jewelry Store we run a Tailor Shop. We carry a large stock of PIECE JOOD and guarantee Perfect Fits and Satis- faction in Fine and Common Clothing. Wo -also carry a large and varied stock of !J6ENT8 FURNISHING GOODS, ! HATS AND CAPS. Store in Lawrence's new block, on Cedar Street, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. D R U O S T O R E S . BARRET T & WESTO N STUHGEONBAY, - . . WIS. —DKAunmiH — PDBE * DBUGS «1MEDICINESI» Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Etc, HOMEOPATHIC * REMEDIES : -PATENT MEDICINES, TRUSSES AND SHOULDER BRACES. SODA WATRB IN SEASON. 1FIN CIGftRS AND TOBACCOSD* C\"Perscrlptlons carefully compounded, at nil hours, day or night. HAMILTON A CO. HAMILTO N • & * CO. , -DEALERS IN- DRUGS, Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, . STTJKGEON BAY, WIS. Prescript...

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 — 13 January 1888

R»Ai^*tirtihOih«rttlittt throbbed to bear : ' S^^'$jjj|^ CMS U M ^ ^ ^ h f e « ^ ijitigtofag*, a -ST.„'' I«toe but with parted lip*, to boar The love Bongot Uie cavalier. -Mi-- A sob: ttatsUaedtlie sweet song. , Aery! the river sped oloni?, ~ Fleet tooted, bearwic on IU w«r - A mantle,crimiBpndrea, A gray : -~- Aad upturned face whose lips would from* Tlio soft words of a-woman's name. . • ^hUep'er.thoyaters'echbeaibDK' ' A fragment tit thatbroken song.-:' X- This the'story,this recalls The old guitar upon my walls, : And in the dusk I sometimes hear .The Augers of the cavalier BtlrrinKwriong the strings and keys StrhriKe horror haunted harmonics And through the gloom there glideu along The ghost of that unfinished song! —Ernest Do Ltmeoy iPierson in The Curio. k DMAM FANTASY. Tbera Is no doubt that John Gorham often felt bored when I tried to draw him into dis- cussions that ho was pleased to term \"purely speculative \" in fact, ho often gavo very plain and blunt.pxpression t...

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 — 13 January 1888

JtER OP^EftibOCICAUT, THE ^^pttli o Mammoth Trade niuporiam |^i^/iB*iiurib o f t h o French Metropolis: i^t* Ebarlns in Paris-^Shares and |karjCIidi«lcr». *v ' m.^J^^i(saxi ,esi»curilf tbneo of the Ife&iwlio haiwnsitca U»o French metror l^acquainted with tho iaanuaiotli ompo- ^rw'aich, tnowu as tho Boa Marchc, rises u^-tcft bank of tbo Seine, in tbo very £«Jf tho aristocratic Faubourg S t Gcr^ &[ This immense- establishment, which &fcts oyer 850,000,000 of bu'siness per an- l^and. employs a staff of no less than ^ M i t h e precises done, was founded j-$vd ycare ngo on the most humble jlfcj\" a young couple of the name of Boa- . titAristidc, tho husband, was a sales- l'iaadingy littlo dry goods store in the J\"i Bac, while his wife, an illiterate peas- Igirl, tho widow of a lnundrymau rosid- lat Vcrjux, a little village ontoobanks of 1 River Saonne, was an assistant in the s shop. 31. Boucicaut and his only son Within a fow months -of each other let tea years ago, ...

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 January 1888

lllilfllllii i ^^^HiRilHliiiiii Club takes plaw to-night at opera hall. one of the mostenterprising newspapers , printed in Chicago. 'c^-,^,^-'^^- .: : Ho^E S iM attheheadof Cedar street. Its dimen- iioiw will be 85 feet long, 26 feet wide and 7 feet deep. Andrew Anderson will have charge of the work. The contracts for getting out the tiuiter have all been let. Vp.^: ••\":•:..• ' fir. H. C. Slbree Was suinmoned to Egg Harbor ou Monday to set a broke* limb for a voting man by the name of Fisher. The young man had been engaged in hauling timber and in eome manner a log fell against his leg, breaking it just above the ankle. Fisherman have nearly all set their nets through the ice in Green Bay and are meeting with excellent success. At Little Sturgeon it is reported, a fisher- man lifted eighty-six dollars worth of fish in one day this week. At other points from three hundred to live hun- dred pounds are lilted each day. A large proportion of whitefish are caught. A terrible wind-storm...

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 — 20 January 1888

STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAYi^i^^RY 20, 1888. NUMBER 17. iiiMg&W THE DEAD . |^tt?TA REPpRTS ANOTHER LONG ''•Â£$& CUP STIFFENED CORPSES.\"'\\\\ Children Slake the Story of the .'!«•* More Pitiable—A. Snowed-ln Fam- lly Forced to Eat the Do c M d C a t - Editor Momford Denoaooa the Deitt- tntlon Beports from Kansas—TwoFatal Railway Wreckc. . . • ' V^VY'-o^V •'.•? Hraow, D. T., Jaiu 17.—The total number ' Hves.lost by the blizttrd iu this county is birteeu, one of whom is an unknown man. (any are reported badly frozen, but none eriously except Mrs. Pearson, near Cavour, rho, if she recovers, will lose one or both TBAIK STRIKING A DBIPT. sgs. EzraFulller will lose bis left arm at be elbow. Wilson tells of his experience rith the Nirison boys as follows: The boys, irith Wilson, started just as the storm came n to go to Wilson's place, the boys each ading a horse, and Wilson on foot. They raveled two miles east, missing Wilson's lace less than two rods. They traveled (round ov...

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 — 20 January 1888

RESULT OP. THE BUZZARD IN Iowa, Nebraska abd Kansas Also'Fur* :l%'*^ v^^:^Virtftnsta:^ev' i. ^''j.'-:\\ •' . ' iHh!r'lW.Poit«-.i£now to HavePerlife-stf V In MiunMotn mad^Dakota uiid tho Lint' ' :V jtit'tfa* S&feFlfty«El&ht' Degree*' Itelow I*ro Ht ItraJnerd, Minn.—St«rle» of Suf- fering — Several Victims: «r the lull— .'\\viJi»rIo.H/t/C«miti»»l( Accident. ' •. ' 6». PAOI^ Minn., Jan. lu,—More than Mveaty f eople were known jo have perished : Jo tbe bliz-ard oftwb d«Jy«- ago in Dakota and.nbrthern Mihnegplo, Ho\\» many iiior tban that can not }ie: told until tbe blockade is raised fr,otn many small places with which there is nor communication- by telegraph. Reports also indicate that a large number of persons, in ninny or most cases children on their way. to school,' were serfounly froem, . but not fatally. Borne wuo were at Mrst re- CHIJJMtEN IN PEnit. ported ns lost and then rescued hnve since died. The roads are nil blocked, and old* timers in tlio territory,...

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 — 20 January 1888

g^twjrt^l^lto?Apt •' _ tsVT Disappointed Sjftoii^ri^^HonwiV of Iattor—Bohiui tho : \"|ik^«^^ v*'y :7\"-' ^.V \\V - v ' '. .•'•:'.••• • .•:• . j f ^ ^ M * ™ Schachtel, whoso eounectioh with ||tt9'pr« of TJtica has boeu long and lionor- ^w »ble, mode au addivas before the Y 'M..C. A. i^0 tiiatcity last wee!*- on?'Nc\\vsi«per Work.\" p -,Mr. ScUochtel said: \"The young ttma ' jiWut»Biitoring journalism us m\\ editorial jii^^W-^.apt.W.ba groafly disajjpolated when ^^B find^V that tha ,rulo_by which hemust *?|3»!?g« & the broad liberal and impartial ono fe^f^be .^rld, rather than his pwunarrow f ^ d ^hiciimos biased opinion^ But, you*\" Jsay, en editor should surely have tho courage ^V express his convictions. Granted, and ^WWiis'iiot an editor living who will say '•• Jhat he does not hold th6 opinions expressed .^in his editorials: but if t i e truth were known J* M would bo found that his individual and \"'* private opinion is far in advance of'that which he espressos in p...

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 — 20 January 1888

'VPiZXftiiTt. , . . . Sturgeon BarYWlJ. Collect^ Collection* carefnllyBiMl, _. , „ . .. All business sent Wni S irtU nweUre prompt attention. Offlce In Xftwreneo'a block, 8tur- '•'gppn'•]^ . WI• •^K^-^•^:•^•• :.•^^i:•• •^^••^.'Vo ••'.'••' PHY8ICIAII8. Sturgeon Bar, Wis- Surgery a special—qnlek. efficient ana careful work guaranteed. Alt female afflictions treated understandlnprly. Office first door south of Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.'a drug store. United Stateg pension examiner. R l*.GOOX- . Pbr*j«l«a aaa Marxeoa. ^tunreon Bay, wis. Calls promptly attended day or night. Office and fsldcnoo over Barrett & Wcstotf t drug store. H. CSIBREfi- Pfajrrielai and ftaraooa. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. \" ' \" ilton s drug store. building, up Stairs, next to Sailer's furniture store. Prompt nttention paid to calls. Ca n b e foun d over H-am- Hcsldcnco In C. A. Masse'* WACOH MAKt-R. BL A C K S S T H S H O P ^ Charles Wrabsta, ProarUter, bister Bay. All work onttustedto m...

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 — 20 January 1888

m \"\" ' \" -^1—^——«*wrti———^»I'\"'' r ' S^^P^afi i-S|#3^ i f c l l l i i i i i i ^ ^ j'.5L\" __ IE | i f AHWEIEIRY. Lanre*t8tockof Gold and Sllrerwaro, Jew- elry, Watchee, Clooks, etc., In Door county. gRepwriog Neatly and FrompOy Atlended To. | TAILQRSHOP, Tn the rear of onr Jewelry Store'wo rutin - Tailor Shop. Wo carry a large stock of PIECK GOODS andirnarantec Perfect Pit« and Satis- : . faction In Fine and Common Clothing. Wo also carry a large and varied stock of l13fiENTS FURNISHING GOODS,t» ^:J: HATS AND- CAPS. Store in Lawrence's new block, on Codar •'•• Btreet, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. , s DRUC STORES . BARRETT & WESTON STURGEON BAT, • • WIS. —DEAianSIK—r PURE * DRDGS «IMEDICINESt» Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Etc. HOMEOPATHIC ® REMEDIES PATENT MEDICINES, TRUS8ES AND SHOULDER BRA DBS. &)DA WATF.H IN SEASON. OFINE CIGARS AN D TOBACCOS^ fFSTcrscrlptions carefully compounded ai nil Iiours. day or uigbt. HAMILTON & CO. HAMILTO N #& ^ CO.. ^DEALEHSIN-...

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 — 20 January 1888

•?^6ii|-fa'ijw's'.lj- Jbr then, pefcbotfee mywctafon taut, ' W - K ^ ^ * ^ • .-^'^•'^'^lyjjj^ i:\"lffiiilIWw §wliomM|na^^^ ':•&11 the'ittfaa1i^te' of.''^ign^' .^'iChi|i conj^'vell Hnew whatana.tofyl rivalrxthere was between the two millers' pf\"the cont- murie-^paistagnet, thcr owner of the Upper Mill,/and I^birthe, tbo proprietor of the LoWer Milt Ccstagnct of the Upper Mill was rich Labartho of the Lower Millwas poor. The Upper Mill had the prettiest maid of tbo mill in the Canton but tho,Lower Mill pos- sessed the handsomest donkey in tho district. The maid of the inill was tho daughter of Castagnet, and was called Yanotte tho don- key was born on Lalmrtho's estate, and was named Hercules. Now, itmustbe regretfully admitted, tho handsome Hercules comjictod with the pretty Yanette advantngeouslv, and, thanks to him, the poor Lower Mill was making ready to ruin, tho rich Upper Mill. Let us hasten to say that Hercules was not an ordinary donkey Hercules was as big as n horse, h...

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 — 20 January 1888

IP m^mSlfmm&BM '\"&!msoF:yjiri£ttM^r:. WHO ARE ^feJ|S^f%Ef^VAT' HQME. - ''. . *'$»xt '-TBtuAy Jireakfasi^-A WorUma.ii Who J | D e j e c t Get Tiiho to Sec His Children. I f ^ i ^ ^ r y oir u IJusy IJlt—iraixl on tlie Leg*. Ijf|K«e«icuts of Organisation. \"• : ^•\"rra driving in Brooklyn now, and I'll tell. Jljyon wliat tUo last tie-up done for us,speak- [.•^|ing aliout or^auking. Before that we used I :/t get'jivo ruiuutcs for lunch, and tho \"super\" j/Siitold us wc came there to work, and not to r&6at iMW we get forty minutes. Then wo J jansal to lui\\T5 to put the team 'away, and take Jnth© collars off, vlieu we eauie iu at the end of •fttlMJ day's'M-orfc, and also get there half an J|.hba early ami find our team, one in oue end | i : d f the stable and the other in tho other ouci, ,' arid Imrncss 'em and bring 'eai put to the ear. IXow that's all done for us. And then wo used to have to wash our curs, and we used to have to h-jy the bell for the off horse, f whi...

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 — 20 January 1888

»t3p.M. A eordiil InriUtlon JB given •toiy by ^iuity Clerk SfcDoDald. It to profitable reading if oot very, intereet- _._„...,,.,._,.lW „,„ ,, r f / 1 „„ ,,,„ m ~ * In^mM*nt«re4i«TroceedIwrB of the p S S i S ^ntyfBoart* ^ :^ WWexperiencedin Ibfsneighborhood lfht-eh«nty\"fllinlIarto CountyBoard . church will be held at the residence of Mr, A. Shaw next Wednesday evening. Befreshments will be ieried. All are inrited to attend A nrimber of our citiz«n8 went down to the brewery Wednesday evening and surprised youna Mrw Hagemeister, who has charge of the brewery. A good time Is reported bjr all present. / Mr. L. A. Larson has decided to take no action in regard to the selling of the whiskey to his son by Jacob Leonhardt. The boy has confessed that he did ask Cor the liquor for his father,which prac- tically clears Mr. Leonhardt in the matter Quarterly services will be held in the M. E. church on Sunday next. Lqve feast at. 10 A. M./ preaching at 11 A. M., followed by the communion s...

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 — 27 January 1888

^^^^^^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B VOLUME XV. STURGEON BAY, WISTONSIN|piIDAY,.JANUARY 27, 1888. NUMBER 18. lEWARE OF THE BRITON. SENATOR FRYE ON BRITISH INDORSE* Â¥ WENT OF CLEVELAND'S MESSAGE. The House Democrat* Corral a Quorum and Cook Mr. Thobe's Goose—A Besoln- tlonto Institute Civil Salts Against the Pacific Railway People— Bntterworth la for Peace—A Shocked Washington lea. WASHINGTON Crriv-Jan. 24.— A, largo por- tion of the session dftha. senate Monday was taken up by Frye in\\ b a delivery* of an ex- tended speech on the tariff, the text thereof being the motion to refer the president's message to the finance committee. Frye said the president had clearly .throwu down the gauntlet of free Trade. There was an at- tempt at disguise bnt so feeble that it ought not deceive any one. That message had been received with unbounded joy in Great Britiao, and why not? England had been seeking the American market for years with a persistency which never flagged, a courage which n...

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 — 27 January 1888

ffi^^ffn^^^i^^ •I***'': Ote Itombleoa tbe Bart- ^ Ajriln, acid That to Mhiera v print* o lengthy statement frcrotto Reading offidaUregarfmc tbe causes leading to ti e present itrike of the railroad •inployw and tolllera The faotli reeaUed thatibe rall- , h»ad trouble was caused by their employee, fefustag to transfer cars to the Philadelphia ftevator company ot Port Richmond because the employee of the latter were not Knights of Labor. Certain crews positively refused 16 remove freight, and were discharged for insubordination. Other crews refused to work unless the men discharged were rein- stated^ and the strke spread «U along the Una In this way over 2,500 'men left the -Reading's servioe.' New men have taken : their places, and will be retained \"so long as they perform their duties faithfully.\" \"Wt • hare never,\" says thestateraent, \"made any objection to labor organisation*. In employ- ing labor we have never asked the question Whether nn employe was a menibor of one or n...

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 — 27 January 1888

IllpSillP^ pMliillii^Eiif: fcA^GEftjS WHICH NO LIVING MAN ^.'/'vx^CAN'-'^OE,..VERY ''LONG. V ,rA Hunter Who \"Woold Tight Tiger* Mor- ,.-\"i ..'-JUrdly. Afraid or Crocodiles—Paralyzed b j a. Deadly Serpent—An Ofllcer'« • Sight or Horror. • • : Yo u often bear it said of a man that he doesn't seem to know what fear is. He, may not, so far as standing np before other then or facing ordiaary dangers, but there are two dangers which no living: inan can face and bold his nervo very long, I a-ser this because it has been my fortune to neet some of the most courageous men of' this genera- tion, and I havo had opportnnities to see . their nerve under fire -' x While I was in the employ of the English . mail service in India, one of the ideas worked out wa3 speedier transportation. New routes •irere selected to save distance, and whenever: • it was possible the rivers were mado use of. On one occasion 1 was descending tho Little Rangoon river with three natives and the mail bags, when wo we...

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 — 27 January 1888

iliiiiiiREf Largest 8took of Gold and Silverware. Jew- elry, Watches, Clocks, etc., In Door county.' .Repairing Neatly and Promptly Atteodwi Ta .. Tn the rear of our Jewelry Store wo run a Tailor Shop. We carry a largo stock of PIBCK iiOODS and cruarantee Perfect Pits and Batis- faction In Fine and Common Clothing. Wo •ulso carry a large and varied stock of -AGENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS. Store In lawrettco's new block) o h Cedar • -.- Street. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ATTORMEY«. 8tanreon Bay, Wis. .Hotel*\" \" ... Coaawl«r* at Law, .'••,. Offlce opposite Krchnngo Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Offloe In tho-court Housa. i^^'-AtdUBS^ Stunroow Bay, Wis, office. Office back of the -post- Sturgeon Bay, Wlsr'Collections a Specialty. Office hack of the bank. ', y.•.-•• v •:,'. •^'.•/r:- D M.8HBBMAN— -.\"•'...', ••''- \"\".- -'••:•.- . i ^ Mtoracf ••afoaai«l« ftttaw, .-.-v . Collections carefully and promptly attended to. All business sent by mall will receive prompt attention.- Office in iAwr...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
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