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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 6 April 1883

A Wfiicaine^pOEfrBnttaaerday— Asouth wind,swiftand'bold,'' .'..'\" \\ Fair with a hint of sapphire skies ••'•:. And Jasmine's stwiy gold— And layi t the feet of a daffodil white, Andfillcaher withblisafuntold. »«0 datfodil! epUline your fragrant breath \" And the gave it, in sigh on sign - \"Oh, stoop from your stately purity, \" And kiss me where I He 1\" But ^Nay, dearwindl I'm a nan'\" she said \"That wish IniuHt deny.\" *'Then you love me hot,\" cried the eager wind She trembled where she stood \"I know a clime where the crimson rose Will meet me in warmer mood.\" \"Then go, then gol\" said the daffodil, And tightened her snowrwhite snood. At eve the sweet south wind had Bed, And the daffodil stood alone He lay at the heart of a musk-rose red, Whence the west wind scarce had flown, And the one pure tear the daffodil shed To the moonlight only was known. • —Boston Transcript. ALTERNATIVES. \"Are there no underwriters--for human hopes? for the mostpreciousof interestsis there \"...

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 — 6 April 1883

•f } at the Pust Office at Sturgeon Bay, f BTPRGE0N BAY. APRIL 6, 1883. A1 HAPPESWGS. The new craze is ragged edged note paper. ,$STA fall line of stationary at C. M. , Smith & Co'a. March came in like a lamb, and went out like a sheep. Win. Lindsley is building an addition to'his residence. The roads are on the eve of getting a divorce—separating. Sturgeon ?ay is how a city, and no \"ifa\" and \"ands\" about it! The log cut on the Peahtigo this win- ter^ crowds 100,000,000 feet. , The sidewalks are-shedding their cov- eringof dirty snow and ice. t3Tlt yon want to buy a fine-toned, musical organ, cheap, call at this office. Hon. John Leatham and lady arrived home from Leatham, Michigan, yester- day. \" And now it is that those contemplatin g building, are looking around for \"dry stuff.\" Sleighs and cutters are now exchang- ed for wagons arid buggies to travel the „ roads. Senator Minor has the thanka of the fikPOSFIOB foracopy-ot the Blue Book for 1883. A new sign at the,Cedar...

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 — 6 April 1883

* M tatiyniwaai MM* mmask mm The foUUwing are tiff aara^ of Door C*unfy • officers: , :: -v v^ '* ^-^ : V ? - • 'ys-. - ^ Comity* Jud-je—. .....iX--....F jrWamftton Sheriff..:......-iii...,.ii«i^:i.'-.---.-Thomas Soutt •.'DeputySheriff.-.....-*........-...Arnold Wagener Treasurer... .....Kli A. Thomi-son County Clerk.....,.., -Unas. A. Ma«»e ,Di«trlct Attorney ......—.—--— BDreutzer Clerk « Circuit Court-...- .....AH'-u lllgjfius Register of Deeds.— v.- James Kcogh, Jr Bnrveyor....—.—-.(did not qualify) Coroner.....---...---.--......--/-.Martin Hayes t3f~ Post-office addms, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAT. APRIL 6. 1883 TBAMPLAW. The legislature lias been wrestling with the tramp question. Its action is hoth stringent and unjust—stringent be- cause it punishes with undue severity the class it denounces as tramps—unjust as it affixes no penalties upon the tramp makers, orthe officials for CQlluding with ihe tramps to swindle the tax-payers to the. profit of the aforesaid officia...

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 — 6 April 1883

astens: llifff A ^TfW i W ^ i t tJtraixi^ e ^ d e d near Port Britain, Ont.. oxi the 22d and one engine and two cars filled with goods were destrpyecljby firo. Loss $40,000. No one was iniored. The smash-up occurred oat the Grand Trunk road. BotitKl tor Uafcota* ^Considerable alarm has: b e e n c a n s e d in Switeerland by the emigration of inhabitants to America. The eiodUB is owing to bad bar- veats'andAmerican competition. Gattenen is without an inhabitant and several districts are : fast becoming depopulated. M o u n t J E t n a B o o m i n g ' * • The eruptionof Mt. .J&tha is increasing in violence, and a new crater has opened. The lava threatens to overwhelm Nicolosi and other villages. People are fleeing their homes and troops are assisting in saving property. There are eleven fissures in the mountain and the central opening in action, but n o discharge of lava has yet occurred. S e n t e n c e d * ltossell Brown and Patrick McGlew, accused of the murder of Mrs. GeneralD...

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 — 13 April 1883

ustratfos of tiretoJJo* •''•v A$#iitwS Had Borne been growingup to tniglJt, . .And now Was queen of Jond and sea.' - : Ho sound was beard of clashing w*w, Eaaco brooded o'er t?»e' IttiSbtd domain tjicaio. £ di'jis, #(JT» and Mars, Held ufedlkturbed theirancient reign .-'••.\"• Ill the eelexnn midnight, -^v:..r/jpenrortesogo,. .^ .. , 'Twas in the calm and silent nfghf, Ttie Senator of haoghty Roans Ina*(»tient, urged big oh«*»t%l^iJit -_From iordlyreVel WHiig lidoae\" »ttam«!iiM armies, gleaming, swell jB& breastwith Bionghtffot boundless Bway Wbatre'kod the Soman whatbefell - ••'.«' A-paltry province far away, In the,tolemnmidnight, Centuries ago? W i ^ that ptoVlnefetar away « Jl?fi home a weary boor A Streak of light before Wm lay, Faaieni through the balf-Bhut door Across bis path. Ha passed, for nanght Xold what was going on within v How keen the stars, bis only thought— 1 be air, how calm, and cold, and thiB, „, Injhe solemn midnight, j j _-.•• Centnr^sago. I \"•...

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 — 13 April 1883

S^&fiSjySs*s&r TERMS WBVBSWIPTIW 4 Entered, as *eco d-clas roatter, ^ j [ at the Pun Offlce at Sturgeon B ar I BTOROEOX BAY... : APRIL 13, 1883. WITH SUPPLEMENT. A3» HAPPENINGS. City election next Tuesday. Marinette in having a ghost sensa- tion. ' V fcapChoice cigars, at C BL Smjth & .-Co'jj.\"- ' •\" ' „ The day-light has the long end of the levernow. Heaviest white frost of the season, Wednesday night. Wagons have taken the place of sleighs on this peninsula. Peshtigo has its log-driving companies organized and offered. Last spring driving commenced on the Teshtigo river AprH 5th. In almost every bnrg in the land, the word is—no vacant houses. The Marinette Eagle nominates J. B. Fairchild for Judge of this circuit. Wm. O'Hern is getting around again, after a ten days attack to dyphtheria. The sun causes the snow to fade away rapidly. Soon the plow will be put on duty. C^\"For Brown's Iron Bitters, go to ft M. Smith & Co's, ' Rumor has it that the S. B. L.Co. will...

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 April 1883

^- CHARTER OF OFFICIAL PUBLICATION. :H 6'?.r&[Fttbhdied April 7, 1888.1 £^®,- :^ „ M „ „MB„ .„,„th,e „ „MW,1HtmiI AN ACT to Incorporate the city of Sturgeon Bay. I obMg*Uon*°ex«n^d\"taÂ¥tiie\"5^r• O? U S*^B'^«*-- ll»epeople of Uie state of ^W -\"\" \" \"*~ ^-. cra«tjo^foTUieWth(nVdlKli»rg« of lu« of. BHSi 1?H?J* **•Â«\"«« In e w y such bona shall Justify to .the agjrregat-, in double tte property Inttlsetate over and ab ^ shall disapprove any Bach bond, the person exe- SM5%3b^a«eiauai flle*»w wad satisfactory bond wltbta Are days tliflrnotice 0/raehdlgap- W « w Ttoconhm may orderatiyofficer to^ta* mshanadditional bond,InSHchsnmastteymay prescribe ^andsiriawn cue the officer shall tar- nish each additional bond within five dsys after ihe service on him, of a copy of eucborder. If tte clerk shall be reqolreij to ?lve bond the conn- cllmeyprescribe the depository thereof. :: ^ 8ecUoai9. Tie jnstlces of the peace shall ajallfy In the game manner aa otter Jnatlces ofth...

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 April 1883

*?rmtfmmm*mmmmm §118 OhflCIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: The ^iiil'ArtiijJrare the name*irf Door COuntjr oflicWa :: . •'':•:,'\"'-\":: ' • '•'•'...' Oonuty Jadge . ^ . . . - . . . . . . . i . . . . - . F - J Hamnton Sheriff . \" ' \" ' • ' . w .Thoiuas Scott I»«j»ueysh8rtff\"i*\".\".\"^-\".^..-. - . AnMld^aeeiiof \"Treasurer. Kli A. Thompson County C l e r k . . . . . . . . . . . . ^ . . - . . — - ^ M \" A- « « « tJistrict Attorney — - « • « - Drontzer Clerk of Circuit Court...-.—— - - • A \" ' * Wiggins KejrMer ot Ue«d«.....--5--r— T ame* Keogb, Jr Bow«ror.. - - « * « « * 1 » » l W • :• . Coroner •'•.._..........v...-----........Martin Hajrea ~ &jr pott-yljlce attdreH, Sturgeon Bay. AVts. SrUBQEOX BAY, ... APRIL 13. 1883 TAX-PAIEBS BOBBED. , In most of the counties in this Stnte, ami particularly in this county, the public'printing has been a large factor iu the political arena, and is used as a lever to place members of a cllqae, or ring, in office, through bargain and ...

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 — 13 April 1883

^jj^^^j^jjg^m /r: V\\-:v/v^\\^|l«^njrIi» lw|IM*:.^,'-' lo tbefamuie-Uriiketi districts of\" Ireland children are dyingioitheirtoothers!arms, and those faint for want, of •••'.!The''ekiM^'W '-H :ttV Mnrriyi formerly of Boston, has taten his departure from San An- tonidrhivfn^'acerimulated $12O,GO0 in dobte, and 1*J^ accompanied by a lady friend.? i V Return of a Comet. A cab7e massage announces the discovery of Parrest's comet by Dr. E. Hafburg, of the Strasbargobservatory. -The predicted time of thediflCOTorywasabotit April 23. •jg?$& Bank, Closed. ., On theE^ihsf^ thebankinghouse of C. N. Co^'&-^v>^Ie4oy O.ido80a'ite'!dd^r8.Tritli. liabilities ^aggregating $100,000 _*8arances are given that depositors will suffer no loss as the assets will f ally equal the liabilities • Desperate Nihilists Tbe'ipblice of St. Petersburg, attempting to arrest a party of nihilists, met with stubborn resistance, and three of the officers were wounded. One of the conspirators, finding 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 — 20 April 1883

mm* •--•'* ^jpiSifoiiiiligi^ . ^ ' V 1 - ^ - ^ - ' ^ . - ^ ^ ^T^iiTiTiiiioTrnttliaii- =-V^jf«l^l«ii'*^- tXlieIncidiehtiji iroiijItae lore atorieB of. Parthc- nlu», who preserved frafnnerita of a lost epic on tfc«i expeditions)! Achilles against Lssboe, an itfaud al- lied wltb Troy.] Within llerikSWert «Ha watched the war, *^ oRsilo heard thearrows ring, - . . Tkeeraittenharness ring afar Kiaa,fightingfrom the. foretnoBt car, Saw one tnat BtBdte whwe an mn»t flee Tffore fair than the Iminortate are He^niea to fair Heidtol • vj ':-::\"\"y':::\"' She saw, she loVed hito, and Ma? heart ~ Before Achilles, PeleU&vBoo\\ Threw all itsttoardtrftgates apart, A nftrtdeh fortreEB lightly •won! And, ere that day of .No more of laad or faith recked she, But joyed iahemtTf life begun,- Har life of love, Hflidice! She took ij gift into her hand, A»one that had a boon to *av She stole across the ruined land Whare lay the dead without a grave, •if.. An* to Achille**handBhegave \" Hergt% th...

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 April 1883

m m^^MM 1 IKAB, flJSa'l 6 Moa,TCcI 8 Moa, 40e. ' ' \"Ni&t«ro&*»^ : %^,^^alBy^^ o|^'^.sJDyfe^.J^^^^. '.• i ITG^EOJf BAY£ |Fklk 20 1883. 1HSV3&S & • AND HAPPENINGS. The M.E. Church, property is being *B8HGhoice cigars and tobacco, at C. M. Smith ACQ'S. Most of the mills on the West shore have started op. Sucker catching is said to be rare sport, in Big Creek. Supt C. M, Smith has been South sev- eral days on business. Jerry Marrier paid his children in Bay Settlement a visit this week. Some of the fishermen off Ahnapee haye already set their nets. The next election is for Judge of this circuit, the first Tuesday in May. I, n ally looks like spring to see horses ^ravelingrthe streets withfly-netson. C^p-If you w«nt to buy a fine-toned, musical organ, cheap, call at this office. Cleaniug the streets of the city, and repairing couuty roads will soon be in order. 8. D. Hastings* Jr., of Green Bay, has consented to take the course for Judge of the 14th circuit. Mrs. Tho...

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 April 1883

iS£§K*K»\"i , „ .. ., ^BBLISHKD KTEBT FBIDAT B I .\"H^'a'foifew^^ • officers. '••'.' ='t '.••„•• • • Comity^folge.v..i,«i.... .eh«rt«^.:.'i.-.vi-.'^.i... .. Deputy Sheriff. :..... ....... Treasurer, .-^-.i.\"...,* . ., County UIerk.... ......i». District Attorney .—...... Clerk of Circuit Court..... Register of Deed* Bnrveynr— Coroner... .i...^.F. J. Haniftton ...^.i—Thomas Scott ..... Arnold Wagener ,.:..Eli A. Thompson- ......Cbaa. A. Masse ....0. S. Dreotzer „.......AH«nnigjrins .:'-...James Keogb, Jr ...„*.(dld not qualify) Martin Hayes t Po»t-qffice additM, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY.. APRIL 20. 1883 WBCJT1T JUDGE. Mr. S. D. Hastings, Jr., has consented to be a candidate for jadgship of this circuit. He is well known throughout the State, and his' character and ability have gained Win the respect of all who know him. He has -taken no active part in politics but has assiduously ap- plied himself to his profession. In legal knowledge he is unsurpassed, and hardly eq...

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 April 1883

ites i (giliin TWWj ' . •^^fitumsa^'A^ IMiliBKiE^ im*}S Fau»i :l^j**er: Explosion, v * Thopw^ervdepofof Passo porawe^Raly, for the nse of engmesra conducting operations ^^ieife, exploded,baling forty persona outright, *' and rfia#r othcra are injnred,=some fatally. . . The Indians .wjtio recently crossed from jlin'- -.'- l n&ota^Jnfo Canada, are being decimated, by. ^smal^pox.Three hnndred are reported dead, -^ntrihe'ieinaindef are\"''bo their *ay to Portage 1 haw been lirger.bk Scharfer, leaving the ban for a moment, the Frenchman was called away $rdmBte%a)(r^?W^ to eduufcf^^MBVoti/85 ifi theietenteenWi and pai)8f*?lte»i At f&ewbegmningof tbe eight*uU the score stood, Scbffifer 448, Vig- nanx 423. At theend of the eighteenthinuiBg the latter had 475 onhis string and the former 464 and it was now an easy matter for either to run ont The excitement became snob that„fjsdlored) Vignanx mfsped after cpttntlng If-, aDd that half the bouse aprtaudea. Atr the end of the nihetiten...

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 April 1883

mm WM&SM «** —'^--^ ''•^JlESKiBsz^--tti. Sew Staa^fei^ neiur thef J»nk« of JeOonn»o«c«tJBve there is * waall pond, Tety •.•^!^•^A:W'*^'.'*^t•te'''»»f''8^•ae^:erlolBTO''ob^or.•' T1 in the colonial days, was oo- •copiedby%I» Abenaki tribe of Indians, who wore •tmveawHiybj tbe^ngltsb seftlere. A=soctoed wlihtlwjpopllstbefoDowlnglegend:] -, B»\\de the racing stream tliat vainly tries i-Jo woothfttaSStaway,and long has ionght With angryfloodsaifd-unexpected rise _ f o kiss thair tnosHy bawwa as if it thought TO win m prl»by parolon slhen ewift dies And ,nun t&e heights which it« madly Bought. Within awhispering wood tmatwibtea sought, yottthfak, by fays and sprites but' whan one . . ' . .tries -..-•. *. ,-•• '• -.-.. .^rB:--.i:r • •- To plotura It tBeirhome, the fancy dies: i ~ 2£*8*?°'»fiy «** as If Bonis torturea'foo.ghl To hide.beneath and lave their bleeding thouRht, There lurks a pool whence mocking shadows rise. F*omxnIdiUght shadows of the poordoth rise An ...

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 April 1883

mmmm Wmmd^8JIBSCRIPTI0N: v.: -^ jjtotefred,*«aec«td^fas,9 matter,^ / t -rxfz :.% .* .• ,x itwPiiBtOffice at Sturgeon Bayf •,... STURGEON BM. \\ . / APRIL 27, 1883/ AItt HAPPENINGS. B Potato* planting is in progress. Mrs E. 0. Thomas, is still very feeble. See adv. concerning a lost pocket- book. & {SFChoice perfumery at Smith's drug store. See adv. of \"seed wheat,\" in another column. ^ There is a general cleaning up of yards by our citizens. See adv. in another column concern- . ing seed potatoes. Miss D r Squire is teaching school in the Daniel's district. Stone quarrying will soon commence on government bluff. The election for Circuit Judge takes place on Tuesday next. ZWUae Excelsior Bitters, for sale at Smith's drug store. = Most of the debris of the burned grist mill, has been removed. Don't fail to eet out shade trees along the sides of the streets. It pays. Nearly everyone in this city has a cold, and \"bark\" is decidedly cheap. Dan Ahem is among the grangers in- dul...

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 April 1883

\":Rgp5 mmm* TW foUi.Wtog are the name* of i?u County officers :•- ' • ' p ,T\\ ^:'\".-••' Cniiuty Jadge.^.- ^...^.-wJl.^..-\"F- Jf. Hamilton fleptity heriff,:. ......i. :..-..-....--.-i--Th)raii Scutt Shertffi:......—v..—-v.Afnuld W««ener Trea*arer—. v^..—\"*»-•Â»-••,-*•——KH A, Thompson Cmroiy Clerk. ....-....^.....-Cbaa . A.. Mu*se DistrictAttorne -.-.i.........O . K. Drentzar Cleric of Circuit Court.i,.„..u....iAlUn Higjrio* Reenter of Deeda..-. -~ •--.- - — . James Keogh, Jr Surveyor.-.....-—--Idid not quality) Coroner........ —..—.......L„....-Martin Hayes I 3 T Pott-oJHce addrua, Sturgeon Bay Wis. BTURGEON BAY.. APRIL 27. 1883 JTEXT TCESDAV8 BLECTIOS. Next Tueaclay, May iafc, the Voters of Door, Brown, Oconto, and Marinette counties will be called upon to elect a Judge for six years, by the terms of the law creatiufc this new 14th Judicial Circuit. . . ' The efltort to get up a convention arid nominate a candidate,-was lost sight of in the go-as-you-please sentiment ex- pre...

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 April 1883

iffi[^^liWKIip: 14l!ne. steamer Wylie- etrnck a bridge at Fort Gainea, Ga-.onthenigbtof thellth, andwent ito thti bottom of the Mississippi. Ten lives Wholesale Drowning:, .y: - A Bombay dispatch says:^^ llirro rafteweirs opset in a great tank at Secundcrabad, while crowded with natives engageA-ln a religions ceremony. Sixty-two Weredrowned. the neightoow to-night, is the loss of hffl prop- erty and financial' embarrassment. He lost ttoet ot bis stock during the winter, over 100 hogs and several bead of cattle, and be baa been ioffceny:.6t Jlauj heard- sayv *»JBv8ryadnK seems to work against me.** 3BHS agfe was 5S and his wife was fifteen years younger. '•••::•:- • Ae^isi«te«f •George Scheller, who was dujrged #iththe terrible crime of firing of the NewhaU House, Milwaukee at the burning of which so many lives were los^ was acquitted by the jury on the 17th inst. The tfial lasted six days and excited intonaeinterest, \" A Russia n T o w n Burned. Five hundred dwellings and the te...

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 — 4 May 1883

mmmmmmmm *w^wirBgHMSfliPygrirftorii Xettnebe a. brettttt* space longer on tWshlthar band Of fatetoo sweet, too sad, too toad to meet* : :.-•': Whisther to be thy statue or thy bride-* s .-'. •• AntaBtaatsparemef Terrible the choice - ^ -I As Ho matt knows!h, being only ihea : v \" ^ KOr any, saving hit who hath been Btoiie : Andloved horeculptor. Bhall C dire tichanace : VeinB of tin quarry for the throbbing pulse? Insensate calm for a 8arc-icninghi aK? I^poseeteiiialforiiwoian'slot? , Forego God'B quiet for tlis love of man? Xofloaton his uncertain tendernes, ^way^tossed up Uwihore of his desire, i Xo.ebbandflowwhene'er it pleaseth him Bemembered-athislelkuxe, and forgot. Worshipped and worried, clasped and dropped at Or soothid or gashed at mercy of bis will. Now Wradlse my portloni and now flell And every single several nerve that beats to fire at firet, and thenIn flrost, until The fine protestingfibresnaps? '•'\"'*•Â«_•'«:' '-.\"'•''•••' - O i l , Who, •••-.'.'. foreknowing, e...

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 — 4 May 1883

V JEnterwJ.ns *ecof d-cto\"s matter,. t 1 at thjsi^V Office at 8tni coii Bay | AND HAPPENINGS, the best Candyitt the city, at Smith's Drug Store. The evergreen dealers are : bjusy in filling orders W. A. Ives, Sr., paid Chicago a business trip this week. The boys are \"hooking\" lots of perch out of Spears' lake. Bay View fair a week from to-morrow (Saturday) See adv. A new city is being laid out at the falls, on Oconto river. Spencer Bros, new $600.00 hearse has arrived. It is a fine one., F. C. Wright is driving a lively fishing business at Sherman's bay. - The Spear mill has begun work, and gets up the usual live motion. ilea fruit is becoming more plentiful, and as a consequence cheaper. ,. Mrs. G. 0. Spear has been taken to Oshkosh for medical treatment. See James Elliott's adv. of \"pine wood for sale,\" elsewhere in this issue. ESTHighway Overseer's Reports for sale at this office—at cost, to close out. !t has been too cold to make hook and line fishing a very pleasant recrea...

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 — 4 May 1883

0&mUtM mBH&mm&miii* mmmmm mi OFFICIAL LOCAL D/RECTOm The following are ti e names of Door County Officers! County .frt'dijB:.i..» i„..^. Irepnty Sheriff I .-..i'... „' •„•. • Trr.a#nrcr..........*...'.. County Clcrkv^.:.-!.-....— D *trici Atbiriitty . - - — — - Clerk of Circuit Court. - Register of Diiedd— Pttrveyor Coroner .v-.F 3. Hamilton „„_Th»ma8 Scott .Arnold Wagoner: .Kli V Thompson ...CUa*. A. Ma»i —-O. K Drentzer ...UAU.uHigs'm* -.James Keogh.Jr ..: (did not qualify) — . . i..... Mai tin Hayes not tief6r$ ^rj^rcllj ^ ^ tr%ee ^eli^: or pit &iiticiam insider h ^ to i^taro gop,^ but everything depends on ike health of liis infen^andtlietsraivel- iogjfor 300 ihile^ al^ng a j^ipitons wast, wherethere Inaajr be neither ice norland which fe paesableV It will be nearly another year* probably, before we shall know about therm fSTPost-office aitiliviii, Stuiye.m Bay, Wits. STURGEON BAY MAY 4, 1883. H A S T I N G S ELECTKD. Special dispatches to they EXPOSITOR froih...

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