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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 4 May 1883

WmiMfflmmA Tiro freight i«ii& ^ i S ^ dn Ihe Grand Trttnk lUflroad, near iWales Onfc^ott the 21st «nd 30c*w»nd twolocomotives were Btnaslied, ackaee deposited id the Amorican at Indianapolis, lhd » by the Meridian .National Bantt for Kansas, HL, was missed, and theexpress clerk, Frank A. Vaughn, was accused of the. theft -and admitted hi1 -• Georgia.** New Governor* The election tofillthe vacancy causedtoythe death jof vGov. Mex. Stephen^ of Georgia, paesedoffqnietly, Henry McDaniell, the dem- ocratic nominee having no opposition. The legislature meets on the 10th of May, to open the returns, and the inauguration will occur on •the 12th. ,.v :-, v. -•'- ': A Sfcira»t»l» With the Indians, A troopofSthe Second Cavalry, under com- mand of Meat. Norwood, encountered.» party of Cree Indians having in tbeir possession some stolen stock, at the eastern end of White Horse Lake, SE^T., on the 19ch. The Creea were routed with the loss of two killed. The etock stampeded during the ...

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 — 11 May 1883

Diinly tfcotranfatiiMrofhfc broke The ma Beamed «or»tttuig what to do, Ap one who id^*jj,a how to dieES, Am tutes*^ doublets from tboprcro, Ma httc bcLweea the old and new, yifWso Hutyon he vrear bia unit of blue, gf Of?j, at least, his rae«M cloak, \" WJ^i rents that show Uieazare through i \"3. go the patient crowd to join Thatwmnd the tube my ej%s dTSSera ttho last new comer of tb« fl!A And wait and wait, a weary wails. And sape, and stretch-, and shrug, and smile Fo eachMita place must fairly earn, Hlndpiof I and foremost, in his torn), \"Till hitching onward, pace by pace, I gain at !aet the envied place, And pay the white exiguous coital Tnesun und I are faeet© facel He glareB at me, I stare at him: And lo! my straining eye has found A little spot ttmt, black and ronnd, • LieB neat the crimsoned fire-orb's rim, 0 b&Sfcd, beanteons evening star, -^~— Woll named for her whom earth ««tfes— The Lady of the dove-drawn S* 1 know thee In thy white elmois iJnt veiled in blu...

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 — 11 May 1883

•MMWiaMHtt TmkS.OFmBMBIPTI0nr i Kntered. i s eeco d-el«u inatteT,. t STURGEON BAY. . - . MAY 11, 1&-3, matter fc^ its mate. # was a ^ t old i^Ilbyfr and we can vouch for-the excellence .-pi. it* nieat. MriO Hart assisted .in the .fitiii^ eral:sei,vicegw -.\".v. v:o:/,^- i:#x ^^:^u u'^.'-:'-v'' AND nAPPEXWGS. See notice of dissolution, published iu another colnnm. A special -meeting of the Fire Com- pany to-night (Friday). i See Professional adv. in businesH card column, of Dr. W. J. Bailey, Veterinary Surgeon. The present new moon is a \"crooked\"' one, so look out for all kinds of pranks in the weather. - ^\"Feather dusters cheap, at Smith's drugstore. See adv.in another column of Josiah T. Wright, who wants to buy a large quantity of hemlock bark. dfCai l in and 9ee our new and large stock of ready-made clothing. v A. W. LAWRENCE & Co. fi^irEly's Cream Balm for catarrh, for sale at Smith's drug store. Merchant Blake.field is fixing up what is known as tlw\"Stock Company\"...

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 — 11 May 1883

W$z mmmmsm HHRI i i«i»nfrri i^j^fiSi Cnnuty Judge - OFfVetACLOOALMBEQTOaW \\ Th« (oil -wing are the names of Ditor County • officers:/ :.•':'' • -S .V. •'• •\"'•- ' -.-..-/ ••\".•-• •- .'... - . . - . i . V.tf. ttamflton' .»• '. ....ThomasScott ....l^Arnuld Wagener ....^..Kli A- Thompson , .. icbas. X. Masse ..„..„T--0. fi. DreuYzer .'._.. '....-Allen Biggins ... ...Tnmes Keogh. Jr '..(Aid not qualify^) Martin Hayes ShedIff. ttepury Sheriff. Treasurer.. •.*. .... . County Cluck........... D^tHct Attorney''..... Clerk of circuit Court. Register olibeecls.. Surveyors,.'....... 'Coroner\" t3TPoit-ojjicf. adilfet», Sturgeon. Bay, Wis. BTURGEON, BAY. ...MAY* 11. 1883. T.HK LAND W THE DAKOTAHS. The \"Dakata Fever,\" which has swept the country as a scourge, is losing its grip with uiauy who have been na- iler its influence. Persons from this county whor were seduced by the stories of its marvellous beauty and uncommon fertility, have been rudely awakened to the fact that they have be...

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 — 11 May 1883

mmSMfflBSfflm-nNewljurgh, SI*I»liMMt i n April. t Foar inches of enow fell at Quebec on the 27*b, *«* sleighingwas returned. ^ y •\"•' -.'':',: Fa^nlMtonied. •'•'• Michael Fagah was found guilty of the mur- der of Secretary Bnrfce, in Pbtemx Park, Ptib- lin, on rher$7tb and sentenced to be banged on Jttar2atb. •V--.V\"---:•'•.- ' ••'••• ''•:'', The? Vacancy1\" Filled. Onfthe 2d insLV President Arthur filled the vafeancy ih the iUnited States snprenie teach made by the resignation of Juclge Greshara, by the appointment of Chier Justice Woods, of the Indiana supreme cottrt* . H a d ' E m B a y . \" ' .Cteorge Parkman, of Gorinne, Me-., who had been married but a week, on tfaa morning of the 1st inst, jumped out of bed and through a window and savagely attacked h « wife, motber-in-law, and some of thr neighbors. He died in a few minutes after being secured. Ho had delirium tremens. i i & e ^ w » a e ^ jshdthef^tfc* ^ j&kskey Bros-v af'-:&m Francisco, the largest shipbua...

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 — 18 May 1883

WmmmmSmm V%W^X4» J^«S^«^OTM'GBSTA*B NADA0D :.vA i^:::^.'^?^ H ::§s&o* o]&i:a^ gir^JtasTOr*ea Mrti* hard andteagir-v- y:.-VSTJ- ?-.V ^r-r.y^.pati&t'a*^ ^ - jiOnedetirest sightrhaveiibtseen-. V x^44lfcalmdst.8eoma *wron^::3_:v:'...'' ^ ---::.-.--_^ r'Adrjeanvlnad wh^^^ -A Alae. our dreams! they.come not true: I thought to see fair Carcassonne*, ^n^lovd^^ Onersoeait aimly ftorn the helclit ^^ ^ Beyond themountains blu& f ^ weary leagues-** Through mom and evening's dew f a*o»ttfflffrostewouM faltatnlgat, IGonldnotgotoCarcassonne,'™ ' I never went to CarcaBsonner • /HieyswUisaBgfty^anttoeB As holidays at nomel -V- Kie gentles ride in gav ^ tod to .the sun each v *«***» ' Shoots up life th • ««ded spire Thetolshopttip v«pr Eoinol Thegeneral* ^procession Jeatte, •.-- Alas! I k- -*H»r tljeir pranciag steeds. • /' Alas! •'? '^owBotCajrcassonne, ,*rawnotGarcMBonnbf. ^Mrtcararl«W he preaches ton*, And bids as to beware Me says,\"Oi gnard the weakest par** 4Vnd mo...

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 — 18 May 1883

mmamm&mmmfr**smmm*mmmt)mmiirrt 1 XKkB, $ 1.50. | A M0(^ 75c. I 3 M0&, 40c. A30 HAPPEXI5GS, The ©xcurslon season is near at hand. ' F o r e s t flresTare raging ia the woods North tfMarinette Vowr fpotslabs, dry, find a ready sale here at #1.50 per cord. t e people hereabouts are ptediettuR ft dry summer. There is nothing like taffy to keep a mother^n-law good natured. Dakota editors are excited oyer the adverse circumstances on their \"land of flowers/' * Mr. Bayry has repaired his dock at the canal, and is now buying and shipping fresh fish. , See*d* ..-in another column, of open- ing free danee, at .the National Hotel, Bailey's Harbor. \\ . rhe grangers have been making lib- eral visits to towa this week. They are always welcome. An unsuccessful fisherman has started the story that trout this year are wormy, and unfit to eat The pine wood business is very good at present. A large quantity is being haul- ed from the mills. Gri8Woid'8 Fish Creek mill will slice into lumber ...

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 — 18 May 1883

mm anee with them but the powerful efforts ho had put forth agaiust him hart exhau?t- •.-'mmmmmim The foljjwihjr are the nanl*M of Door County vvp|M,c«rt':-::../:''',• ••' .•.-:.-' .\"\"'- -..' ..-••• •.'.'':l.''./:V C^tii)t J a d g e l . 1 . i . . i . . . l . . . . . . ^ - . P. J irarailtott Wwriff.\"•:-.•..I... .. .'.• ..•—- - - Thoma« Scott liapoty Sheriff^......-..——--Arnold Wegener Treaenrer-.-.—.-.—r—-—-.---Wi A.Thorai/gon County Okrk-.-,-.----.«.-«-.—.Ctvas. A. Masse patriot Attorney , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ^ o . ft: Dreiitzer Clerk «»f Circuit. Conrt...........j...AllinTIigjfins Bts^iswr of DeedJ5.i-.-i.........James K«ugh,jr Surveyor...-—-...'-.(aid not qualify) Coroner . ,----.....-....:„...-...r.Maitl n Hayes .'•|3P'Pmt-office address, Sturgeon Bay, WJ». ' STURGEON BAY. MAY 18. 1888. With now and •then, a slight remark sent np by the rural press in the shape of a satisfactory grant, there is nothing in the press of the county, save in the (lailiog, that ...

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 — 18 May 1883

itmm&m mmmMmfEM «DBfcto*We^ Diflpttch. ^^'f^ffcifl f»f ?^$fy yyyr, VÂ¥^.fe^©aW fflefe^^ Joeetih ^MnUet^\" indicted for txanrticity. -fa '\\tiw:irtt^ptx»n\"tfi^Jife\\6iJiirbrPenTO..«eld, wag convicted in Dablin on the IGrtirast*and sentenced to peaa^w^ted^for Hte- • ?•••- --jiiie«iin*wi»'••'\\'.'- . : .'. •'. Charles B. £yinan, chief «letfc te the treaa- oreifBdjPce at Washingtoiij was appointed by ^President** chief of the ciVH aernce conx- tmsdon. ••::—:'Jiv .•••••^: -:y-..'• • : •..• I V Blfftt If kinky. A. dispatch from Dei Moines, tow& of the 8th, says that ap to that datefirty^fonrsaloon licenses have been taken oatia that city. The rate was &wd at $1,000. Fiimmslallr Embarrassed. A. O. Tinslnan A Co., coke mannfactterers of Pittebmg, made an assignment for the benefit of their creditors on the 7th inBt .-Ida*: taHties $316,000. IMinor Itrtabaps* . George Norton was fatally injured by t&e fall of an elevator in Cincinnati, on the loth inst. Two men were...

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 — 25 May 1883

i i f i gipggiig^ • fh» 8chodma8tw^8?wfcarjy ^ ' v Was -weary, old and^ray , : And heatfness'came o'er him ! - : Upon that sunny 4*5*T* i A heaviness ot epirft V ^ t '• &ud name'ee^ sense of Ho,Btrnjjg1od hard to banl.-h, But BtrcRglea all la yaiD. He faintly heard tha^tlei \" Of zeptoyts in tbo trccp, HefainUy smellea the clover, The Hlflc-sotntcd bretsso. The marry days of childhood Beturned hesawagain .'/\" Tho'faceff ol old playmate*, . , r ' Who now were white-haired men. And then he saw bis echolare An air of study feign -v Ho h3ard tho buzz of IrlEectB Agairafrthe window-pane. The drowsy school-room murmur He heard, and, in Ma trance. Ho saw the urchins watching His face with stealthy glance .-• He saw, and for anioinent^ He routed his dreamy brain To loose the slupRisn fetters Of stupor's leaden chain. In vaini for, with toe effort, . - His head droppedon his breast, His breath came faint and fainter, And soon he sank to' rest. '\"'' And then arose an uproar J •-, And b...

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 — 25 May 1883

AJftf HAPPEXIH68. The City Council meet thia evening. The main thoroughfares are again ou the improve. They serve free perch lunches at the Marinette saloons. Snow, but not enough for cotter rid- ing, fell at this place Sunday. High water is doing mnCh damage bp the Fox river, at Wrightstown. Clothes froze stiff on the lines Monday, and it want much of a May day, either. The wife of Rev.•• 0 . W. Fresco* t has feeen very sick daring the present week. The nail-driving hammer and arm- aehing saw are twin musicians these day»./i:.- , '.-' * -:. Mra. C. V- Mack, -of Milwaukee, is in the city visiting—thfr guest of Mrs. Thos. ' fieett. •'•'•••'•/•'• : -v'Vv- ': '\\. ? j^larjjre plate glass window in Law- renee & Co's store, was broken by Friday's storm. Merchant H. M, 0-lsen now occupies Mr. James MeikWs residence, on Cedar street. Nature's green robe is being spread unlimited—even In the back yards and alleys. H. Murphy is handing out cigars be- cause of the arrival of a girl baby ...

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 — 25 May 1883

MHHM •/^ PtJ«U8HRB KTKBT TBIDAT BT 7 OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: The following ar«'-the nauai (of Door County . . Ounces •:. •.. ' Omnty Jadge .i....-„4..—^-.—-F- J- Hamilton Sheriff-.-:'-............ t ..„......-.-Thora»8 Scott Deputy Sheriff:.----......-. ^Arnold Wagoner Treasurer . . . . . — . — . — ~ K I i A. Thoraiisun County Clerk..... —... —»-—Chas. A. Masse District Attorney . . . . . . — - — - O . E . Brcntzw Clerk of Circuit Court.—.---—---Allen ttiggins 'Registerof Reeds-V-------------James keogh, it Surveyor....— (did not qualify) Coroner — . . - - — - - - — - - ^ - - \" — - M a r t i n Hayes 0j~ pott-oJUce addrttSt Sturgeon Bay, Wis. He propose to oi«Miize a company for recovering treasure from sunken vessels. STURGEON BAY. • MAY 25. 1883, BACISE STRUCK BY A TORKABO. A frightful tornado Tisited Racine last Friday evening, laying in waste a large portion of the Northern part of the city. Large buildings were torn into kindling wood in the twinkling of an eye. One hous...

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 — 25 May 1883

MWiiwwEi*« •tDubtiDjaain wceasoiT, to tbe murder of ^Batta.*nfrCwr«a^ r6«n» W*tan, wh»?whft*6d hia wifti to death witha trunk «trs* tt^bicago, was W» the 15th tot. sentenced to ttitfy-ttw y* » u» • Cabdriver Ftt«b*rrla. to trial a* accessory to the mnrder of Bnrke and Cavendish,rjrat con- victed onthjj lfit|iinst., and eejrtencedto-penal aarritodo for life. , r^» i VJ :• :, ••: • = .• •• v - . • v.. .,:•Â«• y.' 1 J-••?•- •••.»,,'• ., , . t .. .{.•'-• -.- •• • ? : , 1 - TliBBp«* AoqitiUed. ..•:• The trial of Congrflsainan PJifl ThompBpn, »t Harrodsbnrg, Ky., for the murder of wai- ter Davis, closed on the l « h tnat» with a ver- dict of acquittal, =T4o Trerdiet was received with cheers. ' Desvita of aia OM Bea4iif4lt. George Washington Warren died in Boston on the 13th Inst* aV the age of 70. He was the first nmyar Of Ohariestowh, and at his death had been president of Banker Hill for thirty years. The New York excise commissioners on the 14tb iDHt.. refased to grant ...

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 — 1 June 1883

W$Mmm$$M Sjjoon in the tropics. The vright ean Gleams from tlie empyrean, •Ponring his scorching arrows down ^P01* th-e paJpitattng town, *J»,•.«€Â»& Ms fulminating beams, .•* ^o brow with tMul moi^nre streams, Urging retreat'totoe\"cool ehal By the wide, dart veranda made* Or vhetv tbe jalonete (deludes The fiery heat's assailing broods. Thatrad« winds o*er the foliatfo aweep In'.kbadncEB from the |:tyin d*ep, Tempering, by taeir gratcfui sway,..•-, fha tstm'BIncSordble ray. Waking th« harp-strings of thb trees, To dlm» niyateriouB melodieey - ^r w^ptrtngrof ontwafd onecf) WfcOBe gentle ddeaoe fills tbe ear. .the shrill notes of th» Wskadeo Glad th0e.* fuucfeal tamarind tree. The.^ 3 6 feardeneth the breeze Wtta pertame-breathlng ecstacies, The mangrove glows with brighter shine, The water-lemon, on its vine, Peeps'twist its leaver, with golden eyo OoauetHng with the lime hard by, And theroiway, like sentient things, The plantains wave their sombre wingfei • The mountain-...

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 — 1 June 1883

at the i*u*t Office at Sturgeon Bay. J SICEGiSONBAT..,4 ' • • J 0 N I S *' l 8 8 3 AND HAPPENINGS. How is this for Juue 1st? Andy Finnegan*s asthma is on the im- prove. Mrs. Dr. Mullen is very sict with ty- P'KII fever, A charming green is the color now worn by the trees. See adv. in Business Card column of H.C.Sibree,M.D. The wife of Senator Minor is very ill with catarrhal fever. See adv in another column, of road cart for sale at a bargain., Warm weather and mosquitoes will soon put in their appearance. Local politicians are sprouting faster than any other \"sass\" now cultivated. Less than three vessel loads of hard- ware has arrived at John Masse's store. L. M. Sherman has moved his law and real estate office into the city hall build- ing. Cream has risen to the top of fashion, and the latest turn out of hats, is oddity itself- The aged mother of Mr. B. G. Hannan and Mrs. J. C. Pinney, died at Depere last week. EiTUse Syke's sure cure for catarrh. Never fails to cure. For sale ...

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 — 1 June 1883

'$ TCBLISHED KYEBYTOI0AT B r OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: The following are the oainei of Door County officers: ' • nnty.itu Sheriff..... Deputy Sheriff.....,—-~ Treasurer . . . . . . . . - — . Oouuty Cleric............. DiHtrict Attorney . . . . . . . Clerk of Circuit Court,— He^interOf Deeds....-.-- Borveyor , (did not qualify) Coroner . . . . . . . . . . . . . Martlullayea %&- pott-office addreti, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ......F . J- namftton ...Thomas Scott ...Arnold Waijener ...Kli A. Thompson .....Cbas. A. Masse . . . . . . O . K. Drentzer Allrii Higgins ....James Kuogh, «Jr STURGEON BAY.. ...JUNE 1. 1883. TUF BLUE AND GRAY JOIN HANDS. Effective and affeeting signs of peace and harmony between the North and South took place at Niagara Falls last week. The Twenty-eight New York vol- unteers, and confederate Fifth Virginia infantry, met in a grand re-union. Only a few years ago, they were pitted against each other in deadly conflict, but, like brothers after a quarrel, let by-gones...

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 — 1 June 1883

heflrsalbf th i \" £ a r s i f a l \" ^ ifprfc Kiuredlay}q|t|i^ n excited the admiration of some of the audience who bad heard the musical drama produced at Bayreuth under Wagner's ovm direc- tion, by surpassing the European per- formance in the production of the effect of the Good Eriday bells that are heard in the distance, at first pealing softly and then graduallysweUing. An enthusiast writes to the Tribune of the \"unearthly sweetness and purity\" of the bells which he says, would have delighted Wagner, and that journal explains that Mr, Thomas found it impossible to ob» tain a pure tone in perfect piteh with bells, and the idea occurred to him of using bars of pure steel. These are of different length and thickness, accord ing to the tone to be produced, and are as accurate in tone as a tuning-fork. They are suspended in an ingenious *ramework, and the instrument with which they are struck and the manner of striking are the results of several months of experimenting by Mr. h...

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 — 8 June 1883

OLD CUSTOMS. „ ' JJX.EDMUKD tTOJ.^, OWcostomaf Well, onr ftl,1MLnB.v Bat you and I, dear /* „f™ J-. Had other tho\"^:! l n , o u r . ^ y Th« rWiT^M iT • rfbte about them. A n d S jose ba lovedthera, H«f£,atio^ thiDfctbet worl otlii t «ae eo d £ 0 U: a b o v e t h e l i u m*r .a not, In lie years gone by, 0 r ae grace that art discovers JT lives were calmer yon and I . Were very simple lovers. And when, our daily duties o'er, We strayed beaide the rushes The only gems you ever wore ' Were bright and blooming bluflhee. pn r rustic way was slow, but yet Some good there was t W t tw. - ^ ™ a n y ills we now regret ^ Old habita would have Muled. I Snow our children BtUl can see The Fifth Commandment's beauty— May they obey, as once did we, From love and not from duty. The World to-day is far too high In wisdom to confess them, But well we know, dear, you • „ * T For what ws have to bles •t°l 1 ' Though love was in the h 'JT^LM. I trembled to accost - „' o f eacb» Had you requi...

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 — 8 June 1883

: U- .~. -tii% J«?SaS - j&teredvas eeco^d-ctaas matter, « at taePost office at Stargeon Bay. f AND HAPPENINGS. Adjourned meeting of the City Coun- cil to-night See advertisement in another column of \"husband wanted.\" The inevitable organ-grinder will soon put in his appearance. See adv. elsewhere in this issue, of house and four lots for sale. Fishing along the bay and lake shore is on the wane, as is the price. Hock's new hotel, at the Whitefish Bay corners, is doing a lively business. The potato bugs are ready to begin a campaign against the tuber stalks. The fpot ball club is the most import- ant organization on the tyest shore. USTTry the health-reviving soda water at Smith's drug store. Landlord Hogan, of Jacksonport, has been fitting up the interior of his house nobby. There will be Episcopal church ser- vices on Sunday night, 7:30 o'clock, in the Moravian church. You should hurry up your planting, provided yon have hot already got through with that job. This is the ti...

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 — 8 June 1883

•mm Mj*g0jjt&&^^ PUBLISHED BTKBf FRIDAY BT OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: *rtie following are the naine* of Door County officers: County Judge Sheriff. Deputy Sheriff... . Treasurer.-... .. . County Olurk - Dintrict Attorney : Clerk of Circuit Court. Register of Deeds— .. ...^..F. J. Hamilton .......-—Thomas Scott Arnold Wajjenor .. Eli A. Thompson ....Cnas. A. Masse ....O. K. Dreutzer ....-AlK-ii Uigjrsns .........Tames Keoga, Jr Rorveyor. (did not qualify) Coroner. — . — .•..-..---..•.Mai-tin Hayes %3T~ Post-office adttresSi faturgeon Bay, Witt. STURGEON $AY. .JUNE 8. 1883. 18 I T ANY WOS0BB ! Is it any wonder that the considerate man who walks v»p to the political \"divide\" and finds one road running., to Ruin and the other to Destruction, backs - out quietly and allows the politicians to gallop down their own pathways? Is it any wonder that the true American citi- zen is losing confidence and interest in elections, when nothing is visible on all sides but fraud and deceptio...

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