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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 27 January 1888

^•,'iA':St^y-H--'.-:.••'.••-f-'-•NO'i ''. •'..-. .,:••''., --.I, • IliimirLWAUKEE luquette, Iich. \" , ° Kegaanee, Mich. Houghton, \" L'inse^ \" Calumet, \" Champion, \" Gladstone, 'f FtJoward.Wls. •Depere, \" Hancock, I M Jacket, \" Bepnbllc, Green Bay, Wis. ^larinette, \" lenasha, \" glppleton, \" \\ MewLondon, \" Plpoutn, \" GrandRapids,\" Pullman Palact Sleeping Cars on all Wight Trains. C, r. 9 D R O I A w . !•''•'' Gen'lManager, Gen'I Tkt Ag*t, MILWHUKr^. W I S . BANKIWC AND IH8URANCE. . C It. Vmuox. .•:•••Â«• GBO.O.SP&AB. .. P. O. WEIGHT, Cashier. ^BANKING HOUSED — O F NELSO N ISPEffi ...'• STURGEON BAY, WIS. \" We transact a General Banking business, sol) Domestic and Foreign Exchange sell Kail- road, Steamboat and Ocean Passage Tickets to Hi! parts of the world at the very lowest rates. We «l« write all kinds of INSURANCE on the most liberal terms, and handle all kinds of School Furniture and School Supplies. HARNESS MAKER. WM.BARNHARDT, DF-ALKR IN Harnesses, 'Bridle...

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 — 27 January 1888

I v'(.1 ! ::1^:}0m3^rf)di^ oat from 'Chattanooga to the direction of the cloud/iihroude peak •Toint Ijookout \" I^dntinnod mymeander- injff following the ginuqns course of tibV-Ton- ^B^'fy^tv^g0U^^ through dells, dense with the wildundergrowth, and strewn with^^ mossicovered^bowjdws and decaying gfamt tr^ postyinecovered natural bowers, ^ nry brea*t,iifi(ii thatha^h^rthimseitm bed inch n pore chance to 'epjjoy.':'jhejr»lt*j|il» most eryoimg gals, an' wiis obleeiged to stay with two ol'folks thetwus mighty porticu- lar^'aiwaya a-watchin' uv her. : :*• . •' ^. :: v( \"She'd read out'n books ter me j^J&ndy,: an^ it was moro like hearin'o5 ther voice o' a angel than a human bein's. •'•': •.' '''^VW^S^M:\" :j '/N3ne':wtoitgwmeon,ter 17j /an'i-l^jtteyer seed a smarter chance for the makin' o' afine 'oman than bcr'g wus. .fiycry cburiisiy• chap in the whole settlement wus a-djriir* teifc! set tip ter her,,but she didn't keer a snap fer-eny uf 'em. She knowed a thousan' times more'n 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 — 27 January 1888

LY A FEWVTOUNI) IN TH E NEW •^^racfiMii&kHv -.:• :.u- : ? •:• Old Xtau-key Talk* Abotft the Favorite TliaU Tickles the Palate o f Hl i Loving. JEtaoei and Telia How t o reporter was leaning against a popular ijin the Washington market recently, n a countryman camo along with a small swung across his broad shoulders. .H e ^befor e the stall and eyed. the bulky ^ Zpt, the ponderous inarketman with a ikle in his eye which proclaimed that he ..riota stranger to the man he finally k^d a t _ The huge butcher returned the ft!greeting jvith tho humorous stoicism ^ tribe, and, after a decorous pause, re- ced-with a satisfied blandness he did not Upt to conceal: L h i n I see youVe got *em.\" ' \"•••• f Sari l'vo got 'em,'.' replied the country- ..\"an' tbey's jess th* purtiest critters you . lay y'r eyes'pon.'2 he countryman slowly shifted the bag n his shoulder to tho fiopr* and then thrust ample ^ight hand into it, bu£ with th sured sjoivness which denoted long prac- in^ho art of subj...

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 — 27 January 1888

m^^^^^^^m and Sent f a'year tor One Dollar that -city which ih^ %IU p ^ and ilifp to Ifenomioee.*rjieir hay pre* is in the Lavassor bifn^ -V .: : , ^' :.- - SwyieWI will be Bid in the II. E. church lii tniB«5ity8nndiay evening at \"7 Pi it. Sobject'-tit discount,/\"Advice to theitonn&* JUlare invited and espec. 1allj'thevoting peopleqfxweity. There will be a chattel Hiprtgapte sale in front of bead's hotel at 2 o'clock Monday of a team of hdrsea,^ new set of harness and a new lumber wagon. A rare chance to fret a good-outfit cheap. Last Saturday weniBir a leap year party took place at HURO Seidemann's in the town of Naaewaupee. About eleven couple from this city went out. They all report having had a moat enjoyable time. Jos. Zivny has removed'his shoe shop across the street Into the MacEachem building, formerly occupied by THE IN- DEPENDENT. Mr.Zivnys former quarter* were too smallforhis rapidly increasing business. ' / The Sturgeon Bay Brewing Company have put InjBSeir supply...

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 — 3 February 1888

•VOLUME XV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRI0&Y, EEBilJARY.3, 1888 NUMBER 19. ?E*LiWf O R SETTLERS. ROPOSED LEGISLATION FOR THE BEN- EFIT OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. .: Big Scheme That So Far In Only In Somebody's mind—Senator Morgan and Blair's Tot Kill—Reading Striken on Hand—The Day In Congress—Benedict Replies to HU Accusers. WASHINGTON QiTy/ JwL' ai^-'Tha sub- Jinmittet' of tho house roihmlttee on public hds,.,which fads been considering the vari- us propositions to change tbe laud laws, has jmpletol its labors and will report to the ill committee next Thursday. Resulting, •om its deliberations, is a bill --in lion le. chief of all others on the subject, revisions of -which are as follows: All pub- c lands are to be classified as agricultural, raber, mineral, desert, or reserved. No mber land is to be Ibid, but the timber rowing upon it may be disposed of to the igbest bidder after advertisement, in forty ere tracts, the timber to be removed within X years from the date of sale. Mine...

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 — 3 February 1888

llSilll ^ CAW ON A CABLE ROAD WRECK 'ffiS fKj^:&iot^,*f^ ]?|^:toTW^.tbycahl^^ 4«y afternoon about 3 tfoloclt,w |J*?/:-: ^jBOTe fat-aUfr,'a^ 3ffi£ .ilir»i ':$^ ^Jv^iojieratlo^ J/ ' notuuexpected,tt«tholin9wo«'buntove St. AntUouy hill at a very steep grade. At tb« foot of the bill was a very sharp curve, and at ibis point tbe accident occurred. From the toostintelligent accounts of tbe accident it appear* that the cars bod fairly got started down tbe bill when. control of tbera was lost. Tbe grip slipped on tbe cable and tbe cars came down tbe bill at a tre- nMndoas rate of speed. At tbe curve on Third street tbe impetus threw tbe train from tbe track, and tbe cars rolled over and over, shattering every window in tbe passenger coach, but not materially dam- aging the grip oar. An immense crowd of people quickly congregated, and meswgee were at once sent to physicians and tbe po- lice, while willing band* carried tbe injured into adjoining bouses. The passenger coach was fill...

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 — 3 February 1888

^.?fc , : NOTES Op 'A lO^YEAB-OLD'S, EXECUr vlh»I»gm of »l» 'Kyefydajr S«iw York Boy ywitlj Only the OrUinary Excess of Ani- o u l Spirit*—A. Kep»rt«r'« Notes of Bi s Prank*. -'• *• There was nothing peculiar about tho boy's •ppearance. He seemed just ah .ordinary 10-year-old boy in kniekcrUxkers, shoes, stockings, jacket and polo cap, the tatter Vforu on the back of his head as most other boys wear theirs. He was starting out of a house on LAtiugton aveuu* with a gallon tin can, a new, smooth, bright vessel, very strougly made, and « arried by means of a handle of wiro at the -'top. In turning the comer of. Fiftieth street the ,boy suddenly came upon a large black dog asleep in front of the grocery. Just before he reached, the dog lit let go his hold on the can and launched. it squarely beside the Bleeping animal. It struck the flagging, rattled, off its cover, ^bounded in the uir, and sent the dog out of his sleep with a leap and a yell of terror. ' The dog ran away, and ...

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 — 3 February 1888

Staiyoon Bft* Wis. Otfbo took of the po»t- ^.OTtoy'V1.'.',:' -:^:^ '•'• ' ••.''\"• «£ri$n'^BttK&WM-v/CWIeottoB*.a Specialty. • pBteo hiefc of the bank. .«£. •••-.••.• ••. -... • • ,•, -:. m:-^^^6m^^':::^-^-^-^ •-•• v. . '•\" • :::*-**:i:T:Alti«irmtik»4 Coaatelor at law, .••• •,•••. Colleotloiis carefully and prompUyattepded to. Allbimine«» sent by mafl,will rocc-lvc prompt r^Attcfttttto Office inlawrenco's Mock, Stur- «omBay,yrUi, ' ^ ' i ••• -:•/: •' •:- ••. JHYSICIANS . rijrslqlim »nd Snrfeon, •Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Surgery ft special—quick, efficient -and oarelur-work gnaraiitccd. All fomale a Allotiona i treated nuMrtcrstandl'hjrly. Office first dodr south of Sturiieon Bay Went Market, opposite Hamilton & Co.'a drug store. United Stntoa pension examiner. • : XV. ••.:•.: Phj-jilelnn and Siirsrwn. • • Sturgeon Boy. Wis. Callss promptly att^nilctl isyorVtl»rht.Orilc and residence over Barrett L.COOkr irkletn„ , Call ..... „.... „... i n H.•.\":.'.'..Bay, ^C-SIBBEE...

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 — 3 February 1888

• .-**^i**m*4tf^f*4*{t0*** S SILVERWARE, | AND J M E l l Y. ',iaw8st Stock of Gold and Silverware, Jew- K- •••Â»Â«J'» Watches, Clocks, etc., in Door county.. Reiiairiog Neaily and Promptly Atteeded To. TAILOR SHOP, . fn the rear of our Jewelry Store we run »• Tailor Shc*p. \"We carry u larjro stock of VIECK GOODS andjruarantce Perfect Fits and Satis- faction in Fine and ComAon Clothing. . Wo , also carry a largo and varied stock of ^GENTS' FURNISHING G00D3 HATS \"AND CAPS. Store in Lawrence's new block, on Cedar Street, Sturgeon Hay. Wis. O R U C S T O R E S . BARRETT # WESTON STUHGEONBAT, • . . • WIS. DEALERS IN PDRE» DRUGS AND «!MEDIClNESt» Chemicals,\" Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Etc HOMEOPATHIC • REMEDIES A — i - . — • • — , . PATENT MEDICINES, TRUSSES AND SHOULDER BRACES. SODA WATER IN SEASON. OFINE CIGARS AN D T0BACCOS tSTerscriptions carefully compounded at nil hours, day or night. • HAMILTON * & ® CO.. -DEALERS IS DgUGS, Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs Perfumery, STURG...

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 — 3 February 1888

JETea now I mauve believe H true-thou didst not S'i'SsiSypj^jii^^ I asked might Irctwra, Lov^-thoa didst not say Ariel half misdoubt my wondrous Rain T : And half mladoubt that t havedreamwliboudiitet - v' ,:B^WI):itOy ,. ,:. ':::4'K-'/ :yj - .'S4' jrfjeiHil«!iWv Wetter in The Ceiiturr.'. THEOMELET. Thorain which had been falling since morn- ihg^eemod to have worn itself out, and had become^ »o fine that i t resembled tlie light mint that one sometimes sees at evening over the prairie^Wo had just finished, dining. Baby, who bad grown sleepy at dessert, bad been put \"in his bridle and we two, Louise and I, wero standing before the open window and singing softly as wo watched the clouds. ' \"Shall wo go out of the ark. Father Noah?\" said my wife. : - • \"x^. \"I don't see the bow of promIseNmy dear.\" ••The best of reasons let us go anrVflnd it.\" She went out arid soon -returned wrapped in her hood, booted aridglov&L Shetook my^ arm, clinging to it and leaning against me as s...

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 — 3 February 1888

Â¥lQ»Al^Wii^AND?SMALL, a i».':-Ktd.t« -wltil Which It • . Take* ^POITOa Acquaintance—Work rSulKmliuatcs—Presidents TVUo ^Ur: Salaries.'' fiw^persons comprehend or in any ejrstand the organization and nian- $ i & e large railway systems wuieh j^p]k fin important factor in tho Mdjafliurs oftlie country. The geu- u^atipn is about the sanje on all |V systems, there being, howeVer, .§rjshc In titles of department offi- ,pitter8 of detaU, according to the ^tibe dii-ectory or president, or the ^pcessities of eaeb case. As the \"in this country are owned by individuals, who naturally try t o \"• .best servieo at the least cost, it is ,. i that no extravagant or unneces- fcions or departments are provided, lially thought that the president of jsteth has an easy place to fill, and TO large salary to do comparatively In many cases this is true, and tary'isnothingmoroorlessthas a 1, whose duties are performed by a ideut or. general manager, and who havp the slightest knowledge of the j}...

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 — 3 February 1888

tdwn hall at Em? Harbor,next Sunday «fcoreh will meet with Mrs. Jacob Noll • Joaag and old, ate cordially invited to rx:ito^:§jy^m^y^'-] ••• ex •. ,^ x ' ' ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ ^ - W r t wt' Mond^y: rfinr . vA«^^Visioninthe- ease of Hessel S *I * Mayottaijafcwi Jacob Johnson rap^of A^l^lYotntl ^ drder tendered by Jndfite Hastings last :-:&fyt£c-y--&-''\\^'- ^.^•'• ^: ^:- .-. .: 1 Subjects for dlscdnrse in the M. E.of ehinrch on Sunday at 11,A. M., \"The joy of angels ovef- repentant sinnerV Luke 15, 10. 7 P. M. \"The Parable of the Gospel yeast,\" Euke 14i 16-24. A cordial Invitation is given to alltp attend. The concert to be given by the mask eal convention takes place this evening and there is promise of a very large at- tendance. Programmes have been printed and circulated to all, and it is the hotel occupied at night during the past few wedB^l^ hotels here also had* number of guests and it is safe to estimate the number of stragglers in-this cityat about fifty each diayv f T...

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 — 10 February 1888

CvA' VOLUME XV. STURGEON BAY/ WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10,1.888. NUiMBER 20. OTSWE THE TRUTH. AN ALLEGED RELIABLE CITIZEN MAKES SOME TERRIBLE STATEMENTS Regarding the Condition of Affairs In 'Northern Wisconsin—An Infamous* Blot on the State if the Truth Is Totd—A Chl- • cago • Saloonkeeper Commits a Bloat Dastardly Blarder of His Wife. CHICAGO, F/jb. 7.—The Herald has the following from Minneapolis, Mian P. H. Mbora, a gentleman well known in this city, and'of the most reputable character, has just returned from an' extended tour of the northern Wiscousin region, where he do- ch-resthat several hundred women are held in slavery of the most infamous description. Young girls are bought and sold like slaves in the south beforo the war, only their treat- ment and condition are much worse.* He said: \"I have traveled all through the sec- tion where the most notorious of these dives arelocatod, and by representing myself first nsa procurer and afterward as the proprie- tor of a dive l...

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 — 10 February 1888

OpmrnWtt* em tlts^elkw and Badl? .'., -We«*)«.OsW^ '. - -'WeffjU*^ ^ • Soot- M»$uf«, nnmboinK afabat 800 tn«n and boyi, e T O M Friday evening met the noa-nnion baelbemplOy^^tlM.. Reading Company'*. •iittiandoah^City colliery, in the southern f*rt o\"^l«oajbdoah on tbeir return from • o r k Two ooal and iron policemen tried to (oro* a passagetor the workmen with drawn farolver*. This exasperated the mob, and • m a d with clnba, paiinit*, ate they rushed Mt the policemen and party, and in attempt- ior to rMcna a prisoner Lieut Mayer win tailed With blows from a club, and be then emptied lite revolver at bis assailants. He Irad fiv* Ulan, and shot four, person*—Mike Befron, a bass tallest, in the mouth John Catber, of Catber Bros., machinists, in the arm both were innocent citizens attracted to the spot by curiosity. Two strikers were hit—one Poian der, in tbe ear, and another man in the neck. Tbe crowd scattered at the firing,'/but immediately .swelled to sev- •ral thousand fre...

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 — 10 February 1888

THE TIMellN J^WHiCH rPROFESSOR WOOD AMPUTMTEP A UM8. A THrniin* Contert Betw««« Two Kml ^^yriud « ywik«Mi Can Do—A Pretty Ptiwa or 8ar(lcal Work. -.. , \"Yes, gentlnmen, I retnemher well the first ilfinae I «tw Profeosor Wckrf^'ohl Jimrriy» OK 1^ used to call him for- short. l thesanoo operation. It vras during my 8rst sis month* service UK interne in this very hospitul,'an the professor was at the bead of our division. I •was as fnll of book knowledge as a treatise o^siit^ijry then, but greener than grass with Jtho handle end of thV knife.\" ' ' •' The speaker was tiut professor of clinical surgery in a leading medical college. Ho had just completed, in the presence of a largo •class of students assembled in tho amphithea- ter Of Belleyuo hospital, the difficult opera- tion of amputating at the hip joint ttao leg of • : one of the poor patients, who had been injured by falling from a scaffold. \"Well about that time Langnnbeck, of Berlin, described a modification of the old ...

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 — 10 February 1888

mm Largest Stock of Gold BIKI Silverware. Jew- elry, Watches, Clocks, «to., In Door county. Rehiring jfeaity:M PrompO y Attended to. _ T u t h e rear jot o u r Jewelry Store we run ti TnllorSbpp. Wo carry a large stock of PIKCI-: C.OODS and guarantee Perfect 'Vita and Satis- faction In Fine and Common Clothing. Wr. ttUso carry a large and varied stock of AGENTS' FURNISHING GOODSt» , H A T S AN1 CAPS. Store in Lawrence's' now block, on Cedar • Street, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. D R U C STOW)- BARRETT & WESTON STURGEON DAT, WIS. -DBALEBS Dl- PURE ® DRUGS AHp—— ^ I M E D I C I N E S I^ hcmieals, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Etc. HOMEOPATHI C * REMEDIE S PATENT MEDICINES, TRUSSES AND SHOULDER BRACES. SODA WATER IN 8KASON. IFIN CIGAR S AN D TOBACCOS^ WfPoYscrlpUona carefully compounded at nil hours, day or night. H A M I L T O N A CO. HAMILTON # & * CO, I —©KAI.EH3 IN DRUGS, latent Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, STUIMJEON 11AVT, WIS. Proscription* carefully comiioundttd at al llew*F...

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 — 10 February 1888

Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesooioness. Jloro economi- cal than the ordinary kinds, nnd chnnot be sold in competion with the multitude of low test, short woiirht alum or phosphate powders. Sold oniyvi cant, Ror At,-RAKING POWDKU CO., -WW Wall St., N. T. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND BALL Johh Scott, Who tins been ait *tbes Me- nominee Rivor liospital for medical treatnftnt rfttifned recently, and is eouiewjMit 1M)WPR But he is still unable to perform auy hard work. ',:• •\"N ^ Geo. Fi GrituID, of Chicago. snperiDten- dent of Johnson Bros.* coil and -wood yards, was here this,week aud spent yesterday in instructing the force in McDonald's kindling factory how to cut and bundle the kindling. Mr. JloDouatd beine unable to secure enough .brush to to .run his oil mill has determined.to sell the outfit and has put in machinery to manufacture kindling. Something over two cords per day can botut can be cut and tied in bundles, for which he re- ceives ...

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 — 10 February 1888

M .,,., jtij^-c^t:«ffiWJ\"«-»^'^^ : J * t o n i e i f l w t ^ *^ AMjte|Ahs«( hunwa MtureHbow !Tw«» worththe w)»blew6ria not to know. W ' . * 4 £ \" * . £ ^ ^ BuBetla. ^ / • ' • \" N - ' . V . ' - V, •,-• ••-•.••! '•:--•••• • I^lM&^ffiES It was ah eventful era In m y young life whenmy1 father annt^nbed% his intention of renting the lightVairy. southeru chamber of \"qur: old brown house to a young portrait painter, who was about becoming a resident inottrVlhjigeduring d few weelw of tbo sum- mer. N^jrer before lmd an event so stirring and exciting in its• fendency tirpken.oyer the -: monotony of myexistence. Neverbeforehad m y childish imagination been furnished with SoWide a fieldlot action, or m y little heart throbbed anil palpitated with such a strange mixture or wonder and delight A portrait painter under our own roof j within the walls of our own hbme-^what a rare chance for my inquisitive eyes to rh^avr in a new fund of knowledge J What an object of envy I should b...

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 — 10 February 1888

HOW SHEEP FARMtNQ 18 CONDUCTED • A: Bwt3T TIBM. » t .{fas 8t««laB—Bnwd m$ The Australian sheep former on a lai£e 'j^mJkiiiud^.ffeD^'atract of several\"square tnil^ from li»e gqverninent, a t a rent calcu- lated *ec»rding to tbe numlwr of sheep the land is capable of \"carrying.'' He is called 5* ^faqaatter,\" because in early days he amply took np, or squatted on, any nn-asked. laocupied land. -Somo of the wealthiest men in Australia are squatters. The squat- ter who becomes wealthy often ceases t o live on his station, and comes to thp capital city of his colony, where ho builds him- self ahandsoeo house, becomes a member Of & o legislativo council and of the: swell city club. The Molbourno club, the most ele- gant *lub: in Australia, consists chiefly of Squatters. But such a man looks very differ- ent when you seo him in tho \"bush,\" wearing rough clothes, and not improbably smoking a short clay pipe. J The great danger to which the squatter is exposed is drought. There...

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 — 10 February 1888

ball at 5&looa Sunday morninpr at 11 •nrl)ii(^wM^lai%e1 of Sweet Infajlyes afti horrid carlciitiirea will ftndtbeir My•throughtlie msrtlsln thig ... Vcltjraa well as Wsewhiere. ....: : j:::ii^i!'^:A efinreh^Jiextt ^abbatii morning at 11 4. M., i»*The Christian^Armour.\" Iu the evening at 7 o'clock Rev. D. C. Sav- age will preach. : In spitfi of the heavy roads tlie Thorp. & Spencqj stage line are inaking good time in crossinKthebay. Yesterday Mr. Thorp crossed oyer in about three hours, making the trip in abont two hours less time than the opposition stage. We are nnder. obligations to Senator John G. Spooner for copies of the speeches of Senators Sherman,/Hale and Frye. Thefirsthandlast mentioned are replies, to'' the presidents message, while the Speech of Senator Hale punctures the civil service reform professions of the president. The following communication from Jndge Histlngs explains Itself. QUEEN B\\Y, Wis., Fob. 3, it»°.—Being unabla\" , to attend at the time app...

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