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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 2 March 1883

s s mmmmm M ^T5 Port Offlce »l Bturgwn Bay f AXtf ttiPPEJTMTGS. ^ e idea of March have come.\" The village politicians are on the hunt again. And how the wheat market begins to weaken again. The M, E. Church festival, given last week, netted $50.20. And now it is that the calciminers are putting in their work. The lenten season will soon be over- then let the dance go on. Mrs. 0. W. Marsh, Visiting her son, Dr. Hutchiuson, over at Marinette. They are gambling about the opening of navigation, on the west shore. Hunting rabbits by moodlight is a popular amusement in the Sueker State. The papers predict a warm and early spring. What does the nmskrat say about it? Sylvester Weed has rented the Cedar Street House, and takes possession im- mediately. the new books for the Sturgeon Bay library, over 40 volumes^ were ordered this week. An editor down the shore is -offering a chromo for a sight of the first robin this spring. , This locality in common with others •all around the country, wa...

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 — 2 March 1883

•fa OFFICIAL LOOAL ttnUfOUt: *he following are Ae titttte* rf. Dobr County flfflccmi - A»*etub!yra»n-^:i....it»..„.—....Geo..p Spear fcratity Jadife.... «„i.-» -...P. J. Hamilton iherW..., .^ ................TJiomMSCott fiefHttyiiBeriff: .1„...V,..Arilol(rWagenof Trw»f«r ... ..»v»««.i\"^««\".-BH A. Thom|,«on Conoty Clerk. - Chaa. A- Masse Diatrict Attorney . . . » . - . . . . . . . » 0 . R. Dreatzer Clerk of Circuit Court ... ..Allen Hfggins Register of Deeds-*-—- -——-JamesKcugb, JF Surveyori - (did not qualify) Coroner. ....---—•-•—-~-.-*..--Marth Bayea AJF /W-oJfce xddrd*\\ Sturgeon Bay, Wis. BfUHGEONBAY, ,.... , _/'i awmrf m mnrnr MARerI2,1883 AMEBIC**. FIAO IHSULTEl* The Amei?icAnffag7li^y agaitt been in iiited this time by* little itoiiand, and the i&ene of the indignity was the out-of- ^e-Way^aft 8 t Gavapa fclanS, in the fcanbbean.se^ this iwt-metal gun fired afcoor ship did no0' harm—the gunners displaying thenattal markraanshipof not hitting what they sh...

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 — 2 March 1883

*hl sUsdfciate ot U. S. B. Gordon in A1&- O B . .*.••:*• •..*-•'•: '*r' ':' V* .-|$p mew ^iiejieb-•cabinetija *»mpps«lof toe H*tj,f \"' *\"~ *\"\"' • pem^^i^l^inj*1 minister and 'ministfir\"of pnnhc\" injection,. Jule3 Fenyj ipreign atfaa^y CHaftemel La Com* interior, •--WiadtoksBaBDteab}^'*juBtiee,Martin, /Fevdue ifomaxemi ?h**le Bran -agrionttate,-. Mi. Maltoa$ C 'wanmeroe^Heroson nbste and.4elegrapbr, r-. ^CobheFrtOnbUc works,-M,*nr BaynaH ^finance, ic \"Dublin ^.awas'klnii*\" \\# , A profound sensation wan created in court in Dublin oiiJ&e 17lh by tbe appearance of wn~*t»unci]or, as an informer. that ptanswere arranged to assas- \"lieutenant: AndSecretary Forster __ from the land league. Re- riflea were brongbt from London Y'alun&underner cloak. Tbcro . stillness tt» the conrt-room as ^. the meeting of seven conspir- \"the parK iahd Cavendish and butke. Joseph Brady drew4 knife and stabbed Burke and then Cavendish, afterward catting the former's throat.. v ( ' •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 — 9 March 1883

:&Hfr \"MBM^mS^^^^^'-^ ^xmmvv^^i***!^^^ THE EAGLE TREES. •rastfJt'Oi'-wi- Great nine* tbai:watch the river go Downtothefleain night, all day, . ' • Firm-tooted Hearsts ebb andflow '-* • Bowing their heads toAdnds at play/ '• f * Strong-limbed,apa^Eopd, they etknt sta%d| . Arid watch the mountains far away. And watch the mllcB of farming land. And hoar the church bells tolling slow, They see the men in distant fiejds Follow the furrows of the plough • They count the loads the harvest yields, And fight the storms with eVery bougn, v Beating ttio Wild winds oack again. ... ^ The April Brtffshine cheers them now: \" \" Thoy eager drink the warm spring rain, - Nor dread the spear the lightning wields. High in the branches clings the nest The great birds buftd from year to year* • And though theyflyfrom east to west, Some instinct keeps tt-'s eyrie dear . To their fierce hearts and now their eyes Glare down at me with rage and fear They stare at me with wild surprise, Wberehlptilnairt...

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 — 9 March 1883

'm mm ***. TSSM80FBVB8CBlPTI0m 1 WUB, W ^ j • Hoi, 16c j 8 MO& , 40c J Mthe Pott Offlca at Sturgeon Bay-f 8TURGE0N BAT.... ..MARCH 9, 1883. A3D HAPPENW6»» O.A. Dreutzer has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate, as Postmaster. \" Berlin, Green Lake county, is badly afflicted with the small pox. thereof of Geo. Ffitschler's laTge new barn, in the town of Sevastopol, has fall- en in. Consul M.H. Stevens, of Fish Creek, was in town on high court business Sat- urday. The city charter was forwarded to Madison Monday. Tally one for attor- ney Allen. It is reported that Col. Chas. D. Robin- son, of the Green Bay Advocate, is dan- gerously ill. Report has it that Odel Leatham and family will start for Minnesota to locate, is a few days. Hen fruit has begun to \"come down,\" but is still so high that it hurts one's eyes to wateh it., Mrs. Henry Martin, of Sevastopol, was very suddenly prostrated with a nunib- spell last Friday. Last Sunday was the' anniversary of Robert Emniett's birth. Di...

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 — 9 March 1883

rjiimlnm mm ^mmmmmamm v OFFICIAL LOJJAL DIRECTORY: The (i»n..wlng »re the names of Door County Avsemlilyntan :...„............—-Geo: O Spear (Urnmy Judge: ..V. 3. Hamilton Sheriff. — ~ Thnmait Scott Deputy .sheriff - A rnilr Treasurer --— ..KH A. Th«im|«i»n County Cli rk... t'has. A. Masse Ddrict Attorney i . o . K. Drentttr «Jlerk«ircircuit Court.--.-.. . .. A!l,ti lli^'in* „ke^l»ter of Deeds........\\ .lames Kcojjh, Jr Snrveyor..\"..^ ...(did nut qualify) C«»2»nw . . . . . . - . — . . . . . „ , . . . . . . . . . . Martin Hayes • tST Po$t-iJUe Mldn**, Sturgeon Kay. Wis. STORGEON BA^Y... MARCH 9, 1883 DIED LAST ADD HABD. The forty seventh-Congress expired by limitation last Sunday noon. There was so much Unfinished business of real importance to be considered, that there was an all night's session Saturday nightand an almost continuous session «p to %e hour of final adjournment. That the last Congress was made up of many lazy sticks, may be inferred from the fact that on...

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 — 9 March 1883

joimnatfcp-«f „ .. , % traordiMft* fBdf &W% ~ ^ .-&-,. ..& approved of the 'aster ltov«nvojr ex- pl«iipotentiary to t)dO, and the postoffice block at La Srosifci ffiscotwin, cansing a loss of $33,000. 24th. th e loss is estimated\"M Ss50,«KJ. The works wi«3Bgpiratfdtoyeartwn^pitaliBta. ^ The old M«lter*ttorfiHiUBit North Adams, Ma88.VA^edfl3^pfei.*p w S75.CW0 .in- snr&rioe *M,000. \"MSJ^P^v'•:.--**B-' owned by rneand E/Panforth. factofy* at Mfififlefown, oy fire on the 26th. Loss IWD, 8. C , on the 23d, de« fbo property. Thepropi «ehppp,«toj es and cot* •••••• t. • ' -'..^Jf' Ba«*n««».J8:aiipF^*.?s,?i.„Vt • , **«*-^jgjg|re H.\"Taylor MJSMof Ihfewtft'paper- dealers and stationers, have,failed.,, Liabilities a ^Ibet^n f SOO.WiO atia $100 «0tf. ls^ - u *••'•••• Baviet BrotfceriV Bilk nierchantB o f IJyons, zHuFttomhweUilfd tor $500,0001 ^ -« •- A. H. Fi8her,r/4BWieler,-8praigaeld^€lL, , ^asaignedoathe 88th, Liabilities 175,000 asr f *-set8^^f #*pf c - ^ ...

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 — 16 March 1883

'MmtiffiM wt $e»&rtha»ttofr*x!M^ AM Swing thera to their plates If atereatn Gonld blow this rotmdedfloiDB into the Mri As It it were\"abubble and UsSse atattter {^WttMnvhttdtotiEhudMttudn a w a f t - \" $aen *r* my:faifc wmipletea. Now,alaM 5*aghtamXbntaSaint8ebaJanB,hoiafi| UponJiishJuid the model of a church, As German artists paint him and what yean, What weary years mast drag themselves alone, Ere thia bo turned to etonel What hindrancea Ma»tbte«kt!s« Way what idle Interferences ©rewdhate and Canon's of Bfc Peter's, * Wno nothing knowof art beyond the color Of cloaks and etociinga, nor of any building Save^batof Jheir wra fortunesi And what thent ImiiBt«ienttff8liorticonitnVj mymeans ^ ^ S 6 ^ * ^ ^ ^msforward, aa theSSartan Was told to add a step to bis short gword. And 1B FraBBsttanidefta? WtiMn thatlight «« o « y bat sunshine darkened all that tauaic And merriment that need to make onr litea to» metencboly ewallowed np in Mlenee, Wke madrigals sting to the atte...

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 — 16 March 1883

WSm&mmm&m^^ t'^ : : i Ti^|pft^ii JflSifetJ* w» 40c. j t t ^ ^ t Office atSturgeon Bay f (ftURGSOIf BAT ::UMARCH 16, 1883. AND HAPPENINGS. Fishing is dull on the west shore. v Wheredoyott expect to get your Easter *%&? '-/• '•-•.. '••',• A good newspaper is the poor mans library, •.:'.' \\v •.••: Marble playing has commenced among the boys. Report has it that Mrs. John ReHly is very sick. Burglars are busy in Oconto, trying to get things. This has been anything but a good winter for skaters. Green Bay gossip eaters are fattening on another Acandai. The robin is making its appearance down the lake shore. Don't- forget to give your horses and stock salt frequently. there lias been no small pox scare in this section-this winter. Mute suppers are becoming popular in some parts of the country. Fire feet of snow in the woods is what is now claimed at Negaunee. ^ Next week is spring vacation for the public schools in this village. judge Hamilton paid the capital city a professi...

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 — 16 March 1883

p^iAMiMf^W^£C^oftn The following 'are the namei of Door County . .OlHiBcW-:-,-\" --^ •\"• ••':•'•'•:•• ' . -'Ai-wmbiymanV. ..-.-- ..^...- Bhwi'ffh:........-:^......-- lUi« Sheriff —.. . Trea*utrier....,:..—....-:.-*i - County tlerk....—......... District Attorney............. iJlerk«4v1it:tt1tCottit........„.y^.AlU'nlllgirin» Register of Deed*-—.--..:„...-Jntnes Kuugb, J fednrey«r.............(did hot qualify) Coroner.^~ ..-iv..:& ~.~.w i::. Martin Havea' ffÂ¥T ^o»t-0(x aitdrut, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. . ..-•. . t.Geo O Spear i. ^. P J. Hamilton .... -.-Thoraiw Scutt ...Am»ld Wagoner A. Thompson .....-C'has A. Mawe .... .-O. K Urentsser STURGEON BAY . MARCH 16, 1883 •IFFEBIIM1 TARIFF YfEWS. It is very remarkable that intelligent and eapabl* men of the same general be- llefeonth* fariff question take a differ- juirt Ti?^d|the act which has now re- ceived : tHe tPfesid^nW signatrire. Mr. Keathinj^ protectionist, and well-known r-\\ manufacturer of Pennsylvania, says: I think 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 — 16 March 1883

NEWS ilf BRIEF. ^^jpssnlton^^ o f Sataal Trust Comiauy of New Sork. ^ the • \" A party ofianchmien swooped down on an Indian camp in Chihuahua.' Mexico, several days ago and cleaned things out generally. Ten iaa^ians wert kiUed andtwenty-five Bquawa captured. ' ..• •••••••:. --r • ••:':- '•'•~ CvvWi Shiith/a wealthy'cottoh manufacturer of Worcester, sSttsBiicbnsette, killed himself with a razor, on account ofJauing health. * .Caoe'S. Deonijon, aged 14, killed himself at New Lonion, OctVon\"the night of the 1st inst He was an eager devonrerof dime novel litemtare, which upset his mind. ' v : :': i-: Debt. Secretary Folger's statement on the condi- tion of ihe national flnances for the month of February shows a reduction in the public debt of 49.«30,678. The burden has decreased #102,68&j3« since June 89,1882, The total debt less cash in the treasury, now .foots up jl,586,276,l& i n s Btvers. The floods in • the lower Mississippi valley» while hot so high as a year ago, hav...

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 — 23 March 1883

SHSSi&ftSi mMmmmmi 1 'Dearest papa,\" says toy baytome, ^ As he merrily climbs on MB mother's knee, * Why are these eg«8 that ypo see me hold olored so finely witti blue and go'.a? : : \" And what ore the wonderta: bird that lays nch beaiijHful eggs on Easter days?\" You hare-heard, my boy, of the Man who' died, rowned with ieen tborm and crncifled And how Joseph the wealthy—whom God reward— ared far the corpse of U»e maityr^d Lord, And pkmsly tombed it within the rock, And closed the gate with a mighty block. Now, close by the tomb a fair tree grew. With pendulum leaves and blossoms of blue And deep in the green tree's shadowy breast A beautiful sinping-bird sat on her nest, Which was^bordered with mosaas like malachite, And held four eggs of an Ivory white. & Now, when the bird from* her dim recesB Beheld the Lord in his burial dress. And looked oa the Heavenly face so pale, And the dear feet piercsd with tha cruel nail, Her heart nisrh broke with a sudden pang, And oat ...

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 — 23 March 1883

' JEntortsd,:to«eco~d-ctassmatter,,' I : »tth»ft?»tOffice»t8tritgeon Bay f AND HAPPEKI5GS. The sparrows are putting in their ap- pearance. A little son of L. C. Torekililson^, is sick with a fever. Green Bay is-anxious for more minis- ters and doctors. S. M» Stephenson is talked of for the ' first Mayor of Meaomiriee. there's a young jewel arid jeweler up at J. Av Brook's. Cigars have been paused around* Chas, Sorenson has gone to Chicago, to accept the stewardship on the tug 0- B.Green. VI. L. Brooksj of Jacksonport, is on the improve, we are glad to hear. Move easy, Wilder. Chas. Hodeck, of Whitefish Bay, has got the western fever, and starts for Califor- nia in afew^days. , '_ . D»on't forget the Sons of Hermann Ball next Monday evening, March 2oth. A good time is assured. Mrs. Mi A.- Schuyler contemplates a visit to Europe the coming summer, for the benefit of her health. • * jfjrif you want to, boy a fine-toned, musical organ, cheap, call at this office, and test the ins...

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 — 23 March 1883

— w g f r OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: The following are* the names of Door County xMiceis: ,.''- • - •'•_\"•„.• Assemblyman.-......... .........-...Geo O 8pear Cimuiy J a d g e . a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -iv- F- I Hamiltun Bheriir...^. ..................-—\"-Thomas Scott Deputy Sheriff..—,2k... ...Arnold Wajener Trea»nrer --KH A. Thompson Couirty Olurk. — . — C h a s . A. Marfse DiHtrict A t t o r n e y . . — . . . . . . — 0. 14. Brentzw Clerk of Circuit Court— All'i-ii Higfjins Peirister of Deeds.-. — . T a m e s Kuogh, J r feDnreyur....—..--(did i « t qualify) Coroner .....— ..—.. — -—•--—— -Martin Hayes &r Post-ojice address, Sturgeon Bay, Win. STURGEON BAY. MARCH 23. 1883 General Singleton, of Illinois who ran as an Independent Democratfor Congress last year and was^ defeated, expects to see the Democracy fall into a hole and sink out of sight in 1881, unless they keep a sharp watch for trap-doors and\" blun- ders. \"The trouble is,\" he says, \"that we have.got too l...

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 — 23 March 1883

OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: Th« following are tae natuu* of Door County tiflicoisr :•••'•...'• A*eemblyman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G e o O Spear Cmiiiy J u d g e , . . . . „ . . ' . . . . . . . . . : . F . .1. Hamilton BIjerlir.. .......Thomas-Scott Dcpaly Sheriff ..............Arnold Wasencr Treasurer...-..'.. . . . . . . . . . Ell A. Thompson County Clerk.... ...» —Wias . A. Mmfce DiKtrict Attorney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O . K. Drehtzsr Clerkof Oircnit Court .....Alii n Higgins Register of DeeUa..... i ..-.-.-.Tnmc- Kuogh, Jr fcurveyor . (did not qualify) Coroner . . . . .....—. . — .....:...Martin Hayes 0TI!ogf-offict addreaa, Sturgeon Bay. Wis. STURGEON BAY., MARCH 23, 1883 General Singleton, of Illinois, who ran as an Independent Democrat for Congress last year and was defeated, expect? to «ee the Democracy fall into a hole and sink^mtof si^ t in 1884, unless they keep a sharp watch for trap-doors and blun- ders, \"The trouble is,\" he says, \"that - we have.got t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 March 1883

#E^?iii^BEiKF. : '•'••SiHamburgebnsapdDdexdym^ to &Nur- embnrg paper that tho divers who have been ^^''^^:lfie''lBU^uiiBhip:'.Gioibxi» report that .\"•''7'ItomWeOYer:800corpsesiatho wrecked ves- #^ sefc 4nieTery imaginable attitade'\"'of. sudden './• agpny the action of-the water causes them all to sway to. and fro in the most ghastly mau- ner,io that the scene is one of inconceivable '''/horrbr..'.x' :.w.''. '_: .' - • : -'•'•''''- . '••- Decamped* ,,.:. Emmet G'Neill, of Scheneciady, N. Y., ft , broker who recently failed, has fled after vic- timizing certain parties to the extent of §250,- 000. Nearly every person in Daanesbnrg was swindled. \" O'Neill was considered solid finan- cially ani3 obtained money readily. It ..trans- ' ' piredthat the security given consisted of forged mortgages, and where foriher proof was asked even forged assignments to mortgages, includ- ing the county clerk's certificate and a copy of . t h e record were furnished. It Is believed ,0'Nefll has...

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 — 30 March 1883

AHl wiiataa azure ^ssfe'\"-' Beneath the granite gray The sulky feroxlay\" ••.''••• vr-.-\"Ana\"-vraveila'to: Above aiararlyhead The amber iriver spread, Sbrunfc iti/its summerbed, Limpid and thin. We beard the ed3ieslisp Deep in tbe heather crisp We lay to watch Canlsp . i^Ana Sailven blue Between their crags, behold, A Sheet of pollBhed gold. Where Slury drew told by Md ' Her waters through., 'Hopeless the gray fly's wiles! - Our dusky Xerox smiles ^ • W e have trudged for miles and miles , In vain, in vain Better the storm that fills The thunder-colored rflie. Better the shrouded hills ••.• And drifts of rainl\" But, \"Nol ah, no!\" i cried \"This lonely mountain-side, In faintest purple dyed And golden gray, Will live in visions still When nerves forget to thrill, When hands havelost their fidll . . To pain and slay!\" « Bat still he watched the Bky v With discontented eye, For never a cloud was nigh, .^ • Nor stormy flag Noon fell to afternoon, Till, like a change of tune, The...

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 — 30 March 1883

i • • Enters,ase«0!d-jlo?»iB«tt«r, t' ' attii« P» at Sturgeon Bay. S j f t » HAt»P£Sl*GS. •c H xv many eggs did you eat Eagter? Menomliiee is happy in the possession of three'onsstjs. Remember that cruelty to-animals is the brittle of cowards. A good many families are on the move, to locate for the summer. Wages are being reduced by the iron mining companies up north. Sugar parties will soon be in order. Ih8re will be sweet times then. Next Sunday, Rev. E. Blnme will hold divine service at Bailey's Harbor. See adv. in another column of house and lot for sale at Whitefish Bay In advance of spring chickens*'spring politics have begun to feather out. 'V3Tlt you want\" to buy a fine-toned, musical organ, cAcap, call at this office. It, is claimed that clover seed gets a more eveti Cast by sowing it at this time oi the year. • Joseph Roberts, formerly of Forest- ville,- has located in Bermingwood, Shawano county. Mrs. Win. B. Lawrence is laid up with sore feet, caused by extreme...

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 — 30 March 1883

Hit mim ITBLWHBD EYEBY FBIDAT BT 1 9 em^AmMAL DIRECTORY: w 1%^-'ioltlw^?iurB''tiiia^silime4'':B Door County yim* ts'. ':K#••,•• ••'- ::'r.i'::y.- ' •••• ••:.i.-'-^ « • • A**eroblym»n.v.-...i.i.wv..-.-\"'---660-\" 8Pe»r County J Mt«e: - - *!•*•' Hamilton Sheriff......,..-...........—%-• Thomas Scott Deputy Sheriff-1.-.......... Arnold_Wagencr Treasurer.......... Kit A. Thomiison County Clerk......................Chas. A. Masse DiRtrict Attorney ..-O. B. Drentzer Clerk of Circuit Court...-..,.—-.-- Allen Higgins Register of Deeds.—............Tames-kuogh, Jr Surveyor.........— (did not qualify* : Coroner - - Martin Hayes fjf*Pott-offic* addrest, Sturgeon Bay. Wis. STURGEON BAY.. v ... .MARCH 30, 1883 JUDGE HOWE DSAD. Post-Master General. Timothy 0. Howe, died at the home oMits' brother, in Keno- sha, Monday. The cause of his demise was an attack of pneumonia, brought on by a cold* He was not considered to be seriously, ill by an eminent physician, until about two hours before 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 — 30 March 1883

'\"'\"'\"\" *\"w—^\"\".^i^ff ••:- AbahdbfJjalw attacked four OttopiB? bat- talibns iiear Yeman. the Arabs were reptifsed bat the Tnrks had fonc officers and a number ofinenkiUeaand*oiuided. ^ V The annual boat race between, the* crews of Cambridge and Oxford uDiverMj^s, took place over the old Xhames course on the 15th. The Oxfords won easily. A B a d K o f f i : .\\'-' •\"' The defalcations of Markoflf, president of the Society for Regulating, the Social Condition of the Russian Jews, and who recently committed suicide, amounted to 11,000,000 roubles. SMpwrecK. s-5it\\eenmen, besides a number of women and children, wew drowned by the Jos3 of the Steamer llilhstaffrage, off- the coast of Aber- deenshire.. i-\\::^^_±m_^__mm • : ' •\" JPoisoned. \"•\"• • The report that the death of the late Prince Gortschakoff was caused by poison is con- firmed. The aged diplomat died at the house of his mistress. Notwithstanding/the prince left a request that no investigation be made into the caus...

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