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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 8 June 1883

___* mmm s ThestMoger whomost recently learned •'Ui^Sfcifr^ Know «ny flrae wfco is not p r o ^ ^ introdnced Was aptiesfc fie was accosted t his proper name by a man who professed to fee a manufacturer in the town where the clergyman's parish was, invited by his fellow townsman to take a walk, in- troduced to another alleged business man, and then the old, old \"game\" was played. As the priest would not bet his money or accept the winnings that were declared the rogues simplified matters by stealing his poofaetbook and escaping while the virtuous owner of the mmshop in which the \"business\" was transacted was quite indignant with the priest for makinga disturbance.. The end of it'all was that the reverend .gentleman got neither his money nor Buy satisfaction, although he ought to be able to recoup himself by lecturing on the \"Pitfalls of New York.\" There have been eo many thdusands of similar cases that itis time for visitors from out of town to \"cut\" every one about whose ide...

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 — 15 June 1883

Ho wore but one suspender, And with neither coat nor vest H8 waa on a high old bander In a peaceful town out wvet Hismuddy homcajmn trowcre , Wero in bis bootlegs stnttkv And bis yells at times, oWruttMre, He eaM wtre \"jut fosJuck.\" He had abiRlorsr-irfsto', And lie siMud be couiid smash . AnnalVeieea watcliVcrjetal At a bnndred yard?, f i o ah. Ho wore no tie orcollar, • And uisjshirt,»otover fine, Cost just' one half a dollar '' Ja the days of \"Aula Lang Syne.*? Be scorned the town officials, - Unmindful of their stem And carved uncoutfe initials - On the village liquor bars. He eeemed t*fiaVeho money, • ' Ami wneiKfer he took a drink • He caUed the landlord \"sonny,\" Aw». paid him with a wink. With noisy song and whistle He on a borse-block eat, 'Andfiredhis old librse-platol At the mayor's bee-gum hal. We paled tha ladies' faces ' With his loud, eeffdonic laugh, And made uncouth grimaces -. At the constable and staff. •Jut a fellow met this cowboy And caught him by the ear...

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 — 15 June 1883

jjjjgjjf^^ SBB8SI iMSaiifeiiiis^^ I mB, $1.50. J« M0&, 75c. | 3 M0&, 40c. AND HAPPENINGS. The best is always the cheapest. Vegetation is shooting ahead lively. The country schools are nearly all - closed* ' . Marinette is grading and graveling her streets. I Idlewild neverlooked: as attractive as this season. .-'. The Colorado beetle is tasting the quality of the potato vine. . Black bass fishing at Laurie's dock, has been excellent this season. Oren Lang has re-opened the Centenni- al Meat Market. See adv. The neighbor's chickens are worrying the gardens around town. Lawn mowers are being put to use in the yards of many of our citizens. See adv. in another colnmn concern- ing the furnishing of building stone. An excursion fro m Green Bay is to wend its way to this city next Sunday. \"A do? is wanted,\" according to an adv. puhlMied elsewhere in this issue. The ladies in some of the outside places, are riding the bycicle man fash- ion. Our city can soon boast of having as w...

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 — 15 June 1883

Mans mm Thttf Mowing are the names of Door County ofiic-'ra: •-••.•.: \"•'•:•• -- ^»tiirt .fudge-.. . .......... Â¥iwH»f. -...„^:. . „..,.., Uejiuty Sheriff.......... Treatutrer..-. ............ County Clerk.. ..— \"District Attorney ......- Clerk of Circuit Court.-.- Renter of Deeds..—.... ......F..T. Hamilton .Thomas Scott ...i Arnold Wngener „..KU 'A..-Th'i)'Mt8uri .....Clwa. A. Ma»se . : . . . . 0 . K. Droutzer .-Allm lliggins .....Tames Kuogh... Jr ••Surveyor...-...--.....(d\"? »»ot qualify) Cormier....... -—-.- •— .-«-.-.----.-- Manln Hayes {Sri'osl-Ql/lce addrm, Ssturgeon Uay, Wis. ntal celebration tobe hirtlden tfiere cdtiii iJHaiiBitig 3tily& airttt ^^iiiuingidr one tooitth. ^knibtedly they will hav£ a flrst*^ \"good tirae Saoti Fe fc an M place, the oldest eityin the United Slates this* being hjpr ^3d anfliversary. ttwiH harlots of attraetidns, and in- terest to the Visitor bnt it is nmt too far out of range |o go on a pleasure trip —-eyea tomake the acquaintanc...

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 — 15 June 1883

within\"tbe past few years for furnishing relng cbminuiu©^^ theAiiah- tile and^cific Oc^amti^rP^^9^^ excited: nra^ liiAerest and disenssion, they have one after anctlrer dropped out of sighi At last there appears to bo a strong likle'hood that this gntodproject will be consuminated. In fact, some en- Uiusisstaon the subject feign'tobelieve that the year 1890 may see half a dozen iincs of interoceanic _ communication across Mexico and Central America.' While the De Lesseps Canal just now shows signs of fresh activity^ the rival projects for ihtefoceanic communication are aleo astir. The Nicaragua Canal movement is urgingits claims, and Capt. Eads says that bis Tehuantepec ship railway plan is very far from beingaban- doned. In the Honduras congress, re- cently, President Sorb announced a giant to an American company for the construction of a railroad across the re- public from ocean to ocean, between the bays of Honduras and Fonaeca. This line is to be begun in March and finished wi...

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 — 22 June 1883

ll||tf|§:f|f§jfi|^ mmm r' ' . t^T*» jw Uw tonefoter ^iiiofii B ^ d j ihy King ^me&«nto tteev^ccl!,imaBitting uponmaes.\"] '..'•\"•\"' 'ihUB spate Qx6 hoavcu-sent rnosBenger, $0 Zion'S daughter and she Heard, , But laughed to sborn the warning word— : vi^'s^atWiisiBnohftMug toner? ,\" *'l Jib iuonarclv that Iwlh riile^thnjo,\" Swift the toale anSwbt bauijhtiiy, : '^omeB^n no ni?ah di^iieo-iUe thia But with a wya! retinue, , And with the lionopanfi honor doa .. ATiko o my degree and hiF. Go tot 50 provhate tbat forrtelJ A sovereign so contemptible.\" •..•.-.. .. .,,. And Zion'si daughter,tgig and proud, Smiet with a bittsr snailo to hear Tho ignorant tumult of the orowd, As the meek king foretold drew near. ••Kt monarch for a rabble roat,\" She Bpofee, disdainfully, \"Let them Bhout Hoeannus now—full soon their cry WU rhig as^radly, crucifyS\" \"Game one amidst th* gsthcring throng *Who hearthad safferad cruel wrong Whom want and woe had driven tttKin* HlqtiltM tale o.t life h...

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 — 22 June 1883

m m •Mti^^*8'^o *4lM«( matter,^- (I: AND JIAPPENIJCGS. Needed improvements are being put on Main Street \\ The price of potatoes has come down a little fathismarket of fate. This Is the time of th year when large fish and bigger liars most abound. Wild strawberries are ripening. One of our citizens picked a quart yesterday. -Those1having shade trees should keep ihem well trimmed—Just for beauty's sake. :-'\\::- C'-:-.:'-.-:':y.-.-C When a young man gets so ugly that he's afraid of himself, he should get married. • Carpenters hereabouts are not asstone happy a» usual this time of year—work too scarce. Remember the cattle fair in this city to-morrow. Farmers should trot out their stock. \"Spilled molaases\" has succeeded the \"crushed strawberry\" as the popular shade of the day. Cedar'ties placed on the market in Chicago, hardly bring enough to class as kindling wood. Everybody wants money, and attorney H. T. Scurider is anxious to accommodate \"everybody.\" See adv. The busy bee n...

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 — 22 June 1883

•jgjgjggjgggg \" » • * • • The follW«n lua the name* o f Door County olHccra'.r--:':-'.'.:-'-''r.'-v. . County fadg«.».: .-..... k ' t!liBrlff..-.v.i . . „ „ . . . . . J)cpu»y SheriffiJ...:..i.....'„..,'..-Arnold Treasurer... . . i.,....*..... County Clurk,..-........ District Attorusy........, Clerk »»f crrcttit'Coart...- Re^Uter of Deeds.....~- Biirv.!yor.......—--(did Coroner . . . . . . . . — - - — — ^ B \" Pont-ojlve aMitti, . . . . . . . . . i F - J .Hamilton .../...—-Thoraa* Scott AVajenc :i.Kli \\ . Thomson ....Cbns:- A. Ma*»e .. ...—O. K. Dremzvr ....^.., AHfh ni{si ms ...-. — James Kuogh, Jr not qnnlifyV .^...-......Martin Oaves Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY.... , . . JUNE 22. 1883. DOES ACQUITTAL ACQUIT! The trial of the Dorseys, Brady and others, who arel this time popularly kuovvn as the Star Route Conspirators^ charged with robbing the treasury of million! of dollars by fraudulent mail coiltracta, is at last over. The ihdict- hient alleged conspiracy. The jur...

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 — 22 June 1883

a a a s f f i i f f l i a g i a a ! B E 3 a gaggCKB3lMJAH^ ^ ^ - time ha hasreceived from the metropoli- barbarism of the empire with the forms and tliableasiiigs of moderndviliBatioii? ' ^ l be»e^^ \\rruoh. is eatirig pntjhe heaita ofHhe n ^ tion^i ^flflhe 'free the press audigranl •rt6'-thW .p^ppli|'*lMg€* ':'i(Mi» legisla- tion ^ His manifesto gives promise that »\"witl H»^ capable of acts from,which a parliament would shrink. B u father set millions free with a word, and be with a strokeof the pen may make that freedom some* th'Dg more tban a name. He has been saved ifirom « igreat jteriliand will he blind indeed if he cannot read the les- son of his escape. TOE LIBBABY OF COHOB^fr. Oil December |HL»1881^ thelibrary of ©ougifes contahwd 420,f)92 bookB, and nboufc 145,000 pamphlete on December 31,13^i£:b eld480,076 volumes, and about 160^)00 pamphlets. This large and rapid increase is due to gifts, copyright, and purchases. Under the copyright law there were deposited in ...

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 — 29 June 1883

*• jftvc-tmor or evening ••ipl:tjDygas'w*it.'-j3!.-'-.'-,'..\",','V--- .•-.•.'\"\"•\".\"\". 11 lay by iU* Ifvdtirtcr ct icp and key lil'ito'lKiFf Ul'uetl dli\"J£a?6:ie, - -.'• I'* woud^fu! hrbtlery ftlidvn, •'fill many'.a day had jjoaf, a'hero. were gr.c)i!s v»iio causa to uiyporui, a'lK'rejverefpienda who sat with me* And, clad ia tobcrest raiment, I boro tbem oompaoj I Knew! owned the beautiful robe, -Tbo-agh its splendor nond m'frhtsco. There were poor who stood at my portal, : There were orphaned sought my care I pve tbem tonderest pityj But had nothing besides to spare t had only the beautiful (jarmsnt, AUi the raiment for daily Tvear, At last, on a feast da\\'e coming,•'•.'\"• 1 thought in my drew to shine I would please myself with the luster Of it* shifting colore fine* I would walk with pridj in the marvel Of it* rarely rich design, 89/out from the dnet I bore it— the lavender fell away— Andtold on fold J held It up To Uie searehlBR light or day, Ala«l the glory bad peri...

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 — 29 June 1883

t ^ * Entered, M eecot-d-c1a«8 matter, v_ I K % ^ ^ Uic f^«t Office at Sturgeon Bay, f ^ P O K ^ ^ 29,1883 AND HAPPENINGS. Hogs wanted. See adv. Eighty-seven telephones are in use in Marinette. Road repairing is the rage all over the county. There is need of it. Oar farmers are mostly busy wrestling with weeds and potato bugs. Evening eicarsiohs from Menekaunee to Juddvillei-areibecomiua popular. See adv. of the firemen. They are making preparations for a big time. Overcoats and mittens -are handy to have round these \"perfect days in June.\" Remember the Festival at Music Hall, to-night, for the benefit of the Episcopal .Church.-. :/• ': • •\"' '.•'-•'.' Some of the farmers North of here, are hauling their wheat to Kewaunee to be ground. j The fruit trees show evidence of a good quantity of fruit, if it does not get blighted. There is a large amount of lumber used in our county this summer, by farmers and others. * Racine is agitating the swimming school question. It is time it w...

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 — 29 June 1883

m: OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: The following are the naut&i of Door County - ,oMcetei- ' .••: •• Ctimiity Jttdge..„..-1.... . . . - . ~ F . J- Hamilton Sheriff..:. „„....„.......^————Thomas Scott Deputy Sheriff........ . . . . . . ..Arnold \\Vagencr Treauurer.^i-... .-....-.~----Eti A. Thompson Comity Clerk.—--—.—— --Cbas. A. Ma*ee Dirtrict Attorney -O. B. Dreutzar CJerk of Circuit Conrt.-.............Al!tn!lfaj in» Rente r of Ueeite- -'-•- Jamca Kcogh, Jr \" gorveyor.. (aid not qualify) \\-,)v Cowiwr . . . . . . . . . . v . . . . : . . .—MartinHayes jgff\"pott-officeadditts, Sturgeon Bay, Wurl'. STURGEON BAY. .JUNE 29. 1883. DBIYISQ THE LAST SPIKE. Advices have been received at St. Paul, that active preparations are being made for driving the last spike in the Northern Pacific R. R. which event will probably be in the latter part of the last week of August. The spike is already made—is of gold and suitably engraved. The sledge by which it is to be driven is being made of solid s...

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 — 29 June 1883

Lower California is a story such as many people-have wearily longed for in recent §^^j0$^^i^{)^m^a^. of-piste, §|pj$£a$ ^ 'cnar-^ l ' g $ # * t ^ ^ ^ Co pocket or brewing open a babk safe.: Thau, too± 4bereare never any police at vtievfjgfMfields. Eoweir California will :::M JuJs-ti^Uie place lor bad Americans to - go to ior theircountry's good it is out :V?f the IJriited States, it contains neither food nor ': an4.':-:'F^*o^ no'\\.g there eeWom com© back again. 3B, therefore, the peninsula contains gold enough to atltriKJt the dangerous classes, tots Societyfor the Prevention ot Crime ought fo%u%r ^ to as many^ l^istenfc law breakers as may ^tit ,tO ^6v:: !--:^y •'•,.: '%kcM60T$f^sit^]gir^Uabedr6i the qdanJity of spmt8 and malt liquors en- tered for consumption in the Dominion of^Canada, from 1I868 to 1882. The whole bill for the fifteen years, spirits fermented liquors, and wines of all kinds being included, {was 827,766,308. This suttt was paid for 31,357,6-43 impe- rial gal...

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 — 6 July 1883

m i @ 3 W How many picturesIhave\"Been-- • •••=•. lOfVentoBand&appalacea, ' Bat when to Venice! had been : I found they were butfallacier. I do not know the reason whj . ••••.'•{ (Xr^Nttoinaketno stTl*ife '.*$ :Ttaatart sublime ba made to He In the painting of aptainre •Wfaerelii of t-titaes portrayed we_see In rich colorsIwfeht and gtowtog, Pair mai&eaM tju a balcony In silkea tubes and *atin Itowing Or cavaliers in rich anay* e Not a aVdgleioid neglected, , f!oaai in gondolas gay . , -Ar.d brigbOyintoe vrwoareflected. In U»at famed «aiy oC the Be* Wnere there l» BO mWh isMfffilftttCk It was my fortane once to be Whop!«m«edIfaebroaa\" AHanHc, - G^SSS??* \" ^ t h * *«&ceia*iiay ^TOffe fonoBia bri(?htreflecticms. Tho? painted Mth arUtHc hand, ' „ * * ^ * * ^ oft deceptions. T « « ° f Jearned the aetualfact, _ *» «ocmttho'«bright gondola,\" -*na£ each one, lifeo a hearse was Mack, Clacfc asaativesof Angola. - ' . ^SoniopfciuredecenoandbcautifoJ, *\"or n my inn...

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 July 1883

1KB HAPPENINGS. See adv.in another ^ a i i a o f \"Job to See notice in another colunH* of steers The Nortli ^tordenies that Marinette •. is a city. State prison hair cats are becoming fashionable. \"Musical appetite? is the way they express it in Oconto^ Success isalwaysa thing worthy of^he pencil of the local scribbler. It is an undisputed fact that the shades of due gather in the night-time. E^*A full line of Homeopathic Medi- cine at Dr. Hutchinson's Drug store. * The family Picnic in Fred Nelson's grove, the 4th, was, indeed, a very pleas^ ant affair. Haying has already begun, or will soon begin. The clover crop promises to be heavy. There is a large amount of good sub- stantial improvement going on in and around town, which is as it should be. flie children about town for the past week, have been wrestling with^the wild strawberries. The fruit was scarce and small but they were berries all the same. The warmth of the past week has setcity, vegetation ahead' immensely. You can ...

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 July 1883

PUBLISHEDBTKRt FR1BAT BT ••• • PherinV-i,.•*- ---.„.i ^.--: Deptfty Sheriflr^-............ Treasurer.... •.:'.ii..:..i..i—--. Cimnty Clerk.i.w.L—'.—».••• l)i*trict Attorney..—.-..—• Clerk of Circuit Court——- Remitter of Deeds—^. Borveyor Coroner .....F- J. Hamflton .,i . •-.:iTh6mas Scutt ...Arnold Wasfencr ..KH A. Thompson -~-Cbas. A. Mu»8e -....O. K. Dreutrer ...... AlUn Hlgsf ins ...James Kooga,Jr -.....(did not qualify) Martin Hayes pgrpott-office adibtis, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. .JULY 6. 1883. FOLITIClI.«L*rTBiP. - A few of the States have nominated their tickets to be isnpipiorted this fall and with tlwir nominations the press of the two great parties are gushing over with a vulgar .slang which they call nrgnment-rbat which has -no more re- semblance to that article than a mire hole in the streets has to McAdamized road. What boots it if Judge Hoadley of of Ohio was formerly a Republican—are not many of the leaders of the Republi- can, party ancient Democrats? One ...

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 July 1883

Mmimmmmm Bolivar is to be celebrated in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, with ao inter- Americans should look with particular favor. Eron greater respect is due to the jx^oi y of BoU^*, the liberator of Sonfch America from the Spanish yoke. Bolivar conceived the idea of liberating South cas, bis birthpia» ^ A e principal Bcene of his daring deeds. He was born Ws^worfcol iad^pen^ee in M09 he proclatoedtheemandpatibn of hia slaves ini817f he announced the union of re*ifannex.:••v^' publican \"Venezuela and New Granada inrBiSjin $24 h^lflierateo: Pferu he die4 in l8Mt ^ pr^d^ait of :'Tene* zuela has issued a very cordial invitation to the Bolivar jubilee, which willbegin at Canxats in Augngfc '^.). ^^/-- -• : •, • '•• y,. AMKBICAH MZAT IIT BHGL&HP. The English people have too long en- joyed cheap food supplies from other countries tofbe easUy frighten vague rumors regarding the quality of the food. This is especially the case with meat. In the event of such ru- mors a reasonable...

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 July 1883

^^^ut^bwrfH«* My coacbmnnyin Uib moonfrglit tlior. • Looks through tUosicteJigttt of the door I hear him with his brethren swear, • .Aii I ootilil «li--bn oafy more., '-,/ %'•••' Flattening his nosealpainst tlic iane He envies me my brilliant lot, BrealheB on his achiug fists nyiin, . , And dooms mo to a place more hqt» He seesteein f tosapper go, A«Ube»woH&«FT>yiny*i3s :\"-:y Bare and a TOW Of fl J«nce?, for the door too wide. JBo*hii&s how happy la my arm ^^eaafiite-whitewgiqyea and jeweled load ^^^A^^^omedreadf^liarm, ...'...,-, \"Hcartng'thotaeriy corka explode. ^eMW^liniyc^Botbebo^ : -1J?i lkv&tUiS BUII the same old coom ^ted e'av him, oufeide the door, •JTi golden quiets of the moon.•• ' The winter wind is not ao cold . -As the bright smilehe sees me Win.' -Nor the host's oldest wine BOold V* As our poor gabble, BOOT and thin. I en^ him the ungyved pT»n«e By which his freezing loot ho warms, And drag my lady's chains and daaco. The galley elavo of d...

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 July 1883

? :Y -'* __itiBr^ &*««>^ AXV HAPPESnCGS. Jleajfettiber the Bay View cattle fair to-morrow. It is not too late to plant cucumbers for pickling. Wm.:A. Lawrence found himself papa of a fine girl last Sunday. SSrWhenout walking, don't fail to try some of that elegant soda water at Dr. Hutchinson's drugstore. Goods are now delivered from Plumb& NelsonV with a horse and new wagon. A joint picnic excursion of the Meth- odist and Congregational Sunday schools ison the tapis. ?V t^Dr. Ward, the dentist, has arrived, and holds forth in the parlor adjoining the teiegraphjofflce^^'y ^ . :\"i:^fj|f• Before nwrriage young ladies devote themselves to fineries, after marriage they have to think of groceries. Last week crops did nothing but grow, and accomplished more in that time than they did in two weeks preceding. B^\"The finest line of tooth brushes, toilet soaps, and perfumery in the city, at Dr. Hutchinson's drug store. Eggs and poultry, Will be in good de- mand the rest of ...

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 July 1883

KS&i^'^S: OFFIClULOQmM^ORY: The following *inj the names -of Door e ? u n t y officers: '''••''•'' •'-?. 3- \"' Comity .fddge.....»...„. Sheriff... ......... Deputy Sheriff...........\"\"\"\"rArao\\d Treiwareri-.-.-.--'...:.... Comity Clerk. ......\" District Attorney ......- Clerk of Circuit Court..--........James RegUterof 0eed8----/iM Bnrveyor...... — --'-•(«W...........,Martin Coroner . - - • — ' &T Post-office addi-esa, . ...F. J. Hamilton ...Thomas Scott Wagencr \"'\"..I'.lKll A. Thompson ..-. —•—chas. A. Masse ...........O. B. Drentzer ...„.—-Allen Higgins Kcogn, Jr not qualify) ] Hayes Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAYr. JULY 13.1883. PABTI PERPLEXITIES. This is aa \"off-year\" for the Repnbli- caa-party in one matter which is always very perplexing to those who roa things —the selection of the candidate for speak- er of the House of Representatives. The position of speaker is a very important one to the party, having in it the control of business not only in regulat...

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