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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 13 July 1883

'V^:__^£i^|pl5^^ _ n d w o i ^ was: ^iffla^ i l $ % u - ^ woine_ 124f )rjo_ndp ^ 3iist«_I Mk^oaiUoh ti e Sibpartment of gdeotific aiid educationalAppliances d« tailed a^clerk to • .MPptard /::t^e i\\'i^fi^te : pf. Western inenandwonrefc - ^ weighed was 22,115, and iho total 'weightwas3,0^,806pounds. Themen weighed numbei^d 7,-67^ weighing 1,- 150,108 pounds. The women weighed Bttinbered 14,668, weighing 1,922,108 pounds.^ _he average-weight of each man was 154.02. The- average weight of each woman waal30,87. The aver- age weight of 141 men from Ohio was .157.^8 the average weight of 179 wo- men was 133.26. The average weight of 124 men from Southern Indiana and Blfooh was 159.52 poundsj the average weight of 193 women was 133.55. Th^ average weight of 114 men from Kenr tucky was 158.32 ^ pounds the average weight of 188 women was 133.76. HASTE. '•' ..' The old maxim .of \"plenty of room ,_t the top\" seems to be very misleading to ambitious young men in these days. In business an...

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 July 1883

— — t o *H*viB something that'll UoWe yon,\" \" • To the Cilitor be Biift \"Iv'e-written aconuadrnm— ^fu the beet you ever lead.\" Agrcan that cried for mercy - Greeted the stranger thin,. •-'Bat hefrHees ot our sufferings He boidly waded in. ..'•Â« roll mo whatiaUio difference Between a theaterJady Who's traveling aroundthe country. And Mr. 3. W. Brady ?\" \"Give it up,\" we loudly wafled. ^ Said the stranger: \"Now you're shouting! Don't you aeo that one's out starring, Whde the other is Star-rouHngi\" We all arose with one accord And fell upon that stranger, Who stood with hiB colossal grin Unconscious of his danger. Wo twre htm to the hatchway (Our patent nuisance-queller), And, without a mon)ent'ewarning, burled him Hoaaiqng to the cellar. Two hundred feet he tumbled Before he hit the stone— A hideously mangled mass Or blood andfleshand bone. lake warning from this wretch's fate, 5\"e funny joke narrator? Don't get tuem off on editors •••..•• Near lofty elevators, 44 i v LESTER...

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 July 1883

^5^? ' Ut^^Sjli4j4^l 1 IBAB, f!.50u\"| 6 M08, 75c | 8 MB, 40c. ' :v^te€Kjftir|lr4^ ,' AICI HAXlPEJfMGS* Lawyers houses are built da the heads Of fuohv : Noses are fashionable and always have been followed. Green apples have been in market for some time past. ^ The cranberry crop on Capt. Casgraln's marsh promises well. Haying is in its youth, and the harvest will soon be upon us. Remember what the law says about catting down noxious weeds. Smith & Daley's new mill will be ready for business about October 1st. This'is'fine weather for young ducks, aswoll as for old sheep and growing grain. The \"deestrict board\" has been pretty thorougly interviewed throughout the county. The Seventh day adventists have been holding a tent meeting at Big Suamico this week.\"/' The \"Siberian Crab,\" as far as we can learn is making a good showing of fruit this year. The boy that is always read* to follow advice, is sure to follow the poorest kind that offers. Geo. Thorp, the milkman, has been fu...

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 July 1883

Connty JVldge........ Sheriff.... ^.-....-\". Deputy Sheriff..... Treasurer.... ..^:. County Olerk,...^. ..•--' .• /.•'''•••. p. j . Hamilton •**\"\"*/•-\"\"...ThtmiM Scvtt \"\"\"^..-Arnold. 'Wmgeajnf \"\"\".......-Ku A. Thompson ***\"r.r—••\"—-Co*8- 'A- Masse '\"\"\" ........... K. Dreatzar District Attoruey...,».*.—-—------ --- -.\\r--7~ Clerk of tlrenitCtoMrt..--.------•? lfcwwujr or Dwir-.-vijj-^ i »nKf K 0gh\"rr BurVeyor....„,—-«»* «°* *?•* \" t i . ^ „ . „ , r.r.m ••••. ....-.-\"-•—-.v.-...Martin Hayes I0rjoii^tc€ cutOres*, Sturgeon Bay, Wfa. 8TORGEON BAY. JULY 20.1883. THE JfBBI 81STEM. Some time ago State Treasurer Polk of Tennessee absconded a heavy defaulter. He was caught and brought back. There is no question as to the fact of his guilt, but of course he must have \"twelve good men and true,\" to hear the evidence and the lawyers* pleas, and pronounce the verdict Now it is a rule that a juror musn't known enough about a case to have formed any opinion about it, and...

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 July 1883

BS^0^-i^^00im^JM Bias-: saebosefcte Medical Society, and a drcu- iar was recentlysent to them, bearing mission of \"women to the medical pro- ^ o n v i , 2 ( # ^ thei ^ffiimatiye^ and^OO tog opposed '•i^%^T^^&^!(ia^/'p!.ifl probable that the seB^enta of physicians in the west areevenmore liberal than in ISeyr England. ' Chicago is said to have a larger proportion of -woman practition- ^Brathatt any place mrtitoMotld, and it is totheir reditu and to the credit of their sex, hat they are worthy of their profession - ' HO CHAHCEroa IAWYESS. An Ohioman made a cast-iron-will, giv- ing his widow $20,000, and$200 and $500 eaohto all the women now^maids or widows whom he courted in his unmar- ried days. This required $5,000. Notes outstanding be destroyed to the amount of 85,000. The hired girl and all his wife's relatives were remembered in small sums. Be- fore his death he paid $40 to two minis- ters to officiate at his funeral. Immedi- ately after hechartered a train of three cars to...

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 July 1883

=«, i88Xj :^' ' ^. I- ' , : : .: , v. : :'-'- / ..:-/ j :' ^.- : Wo givethy * f l ^ ^ tohoi*v •.''' --v: ? '•• • O oountrv** ottr Jove andprayer! « TCby\\»^fe**wn no faW ripjjp, •-V' ^BtttHfc^lfroerenn andairl • • • ' r-£*i9&*tifcjr furnacefires,and yet r ^r-* ^ By'#dd,B grace onlystronger made, -*o tti&t new ta*» Before tbco Bet •ttoon ehalt not lach the old-lime aid. Ihy fathers alcep Jmt men remain - As wise on true and brave ajubey. Why count thelom and not Oae gain? The be«t ieU»t we have to-day, . TO*JttlnJ^^^^ands transpires, % with Bpced defying space and tinre Gome* to ns on the accusing wii-cs „ ''• Wkltettt thy wealth or noble deeds, % l * y homes of pe*ce thy votes nnsold, . The love that pleads for human heeds, The wrong redressed, bnt batf is told I Kachpoor wretch, in MB prison cell Or gallows-noose, IB interviewed Wo/know the stogie sinner wen, And *ot the nine and ninety Rood, 5fet if on dailyscandals fed, . \"We seem at times to doubt thy worth, , we...

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 July 1883

1 TKAB, fl.50. | • M0&, 75C | 8 M0&, 40 c AmnArpExijrGS. TlW City Council meet to-night. •Dn Sibree has returned home from Chicago. Remember the cattle fair in this city tc-jaorrow* Green apples and colic have arrived in this city. *• The blueberry crop is said to be unus- ually large this season. '••• The mill of Hamilton & Merriman, at Marinette, Is to be enlarged. JRegister of Deeds Keogh is getting a flue farm\", just east of the city. Alderman Masseisstillailing. Pretty tough, John but after every storm comes fairer weather. * , The Eagle says the prospects of a fine crop of cranberries on the Peshtigo marsh is good. Ex-treasu?»r Leonhardt, is oni of the city—attending the Grand Lodge ©f the Sons of Hermann. Martin Knudson is building a barn on his farm east of the city for housing his hay and otfter crops. The old lady Higgins has gone*to Michigan to spend the coming fall and winter with relatives. ^\"Episcopal Sewing Society at Mrs. S. J. Hardy's next Thursday a...

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 July 1883

PEBUSIIBD KTSRT FBIDAT BT 0FFIG1AU LOCAL DIRECXOM The foH..wlug are the names of Door County officers•:•'.••• '•• .-. ,.: ''.'.\\ County Jadge.....^..........-—P^J-Hamilto n Bheritf...:..tvi..-....i....'.Vw...-^..-ThninM. Scott, IepatyShertff....„--.-.-..-..--Aroo Warner Treasnrer...,...,. ..-.—-« KH A. Thompson County C l u r f c . . . . . . . . — - . — — — % A. ataase District Attorney.—,«——\"-—O- B Drentzer Clerk of Circuit Court—.....—^.^Alk-n Higeinn Rejrister of Beeda.i-«.-'--. v — J a m e s Keogu, Jr BorVeyor...——-—td*d not qualify) Coroner —•*- - ..Martin Hayes 0ST Patl-office adilttit, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON M Y , . , JULY 27, 1883. yriypConi&isJthatttey ^ T ^ p o ^ &$$ fa a s^orifr $fleases, hare just been able to scrape enoagh money to* gethttrtopfogthfeii- passaged * The iMm^ Legislature are paid $500 a year each. A majority of ttor Hatred yvotW $700 to work sevenmonthstorthe Stote in Bostou, and board themaelves and they passed a bill to that effect. The...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 July 1883

ing to exbaastihepossibilities of chan fcjitasyet w i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ t a J r e i n ^ l i M i field i s the inaugu- ip^ofed ^ renters, which are now i a t $ g j p ^ f o r ^ of this new aodenterla^n g sport are already divided into two parties the one favoring speed, the other loudness. The former are confident that the roosters can be trained to crow forty times a niinute, but the latter, believing so great a speed Jmcdnsisteut with the really valuable oath-provoking quality of the crow, are wisely limiting the speed to ten crows & minute, trusting diecriminating judges will favor sound rather than speed, and will adjudge the prize to the cock that can give the loud- est, longest and most ear-splitting crow without himself falling' dead on the spot. . \" ' - : • TEBMINAW^OFraEFIsSEBy TBEATx. The time has come for President Ar- thur to give, if he has not already giv^n, notice of the termination of the fishery articles of the treaty of Washington. These articles took effect July 1, 187...

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 — 3 August 1883

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ri^^^^^^^^^^i^i^^^^^^^^li®^^^^ Tns Consreagmira cat In Ids dippers and gown, Pwpftrtwf the speech Tnst shonTd bring bim renown. The theme was Retrenchment The schedule he scanned, • ' Told the wages of workmen By sea and by land. \"Fifty dollars a month For % life saving orewl Too mnoli f or the Jasy lonli, Forty win do.\" • And he fell «o his task— That of pruning them down, As he sat in hi* comfortable Slippers and gown. t the Hie-aaving station. The watch on the tower Saw gatheringthnmder-clouds Thicken and lower: And burst o'er the bay Intempestuous glee, like a demon turned loose For a romp on the eea. ••It's a bad night,\" the Captain said, \"Keep a sharp eye.\" The lookout aloft Gave no word of reply. \"Are you there, JackV* \"I am, sir And, Captain, I guess That light to the east Is a sign of distress.\" % The Congressman stood On the dry, sandy beach, The foundering vessel In sight, beyond reach. A bright bolt of lightning Flashed over the wreck, Bev...

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 — 3 August 1883

TEBSfSOF ,..,, „...„ , .,..._. * •'• * \"5-55 \"M Oftietfit SfaugeoB Bay 1 Odel Leatham and lady, who went :o Dakota a few months siuce to seek a for-. back to Sturgeon Bay, satisfied that Door |pn1£§t6ld^ mentethan the \"Northwest wheat-belt\" :anid^ta1^ AND HAPPEJriXOSr PERSONAL NEWS. This is August, the month offliesand 'surprises. ' •\"'•--•.•/,-'•\"•\":••.•' USTAprons, aprons, cheap! at M. E. church festival, itawrence's hall, to- night. * \"Sea serpents\" are becoming as numer- ous as the annual reports of the failure of crops. Union meeting next Sunday evening, at Lawrence's Hall. Sermon by Rev. Mr. Tubbs. See change in F. X. Sailer's adv. ^ HoJust now grinds and puts a fine edge on razors, scissors, etc. See adv. in another colnmn of fm. Follett's new tin shop. William declares he's all business this time. The old fashioned way of stacking hay our-ofrdoors is being universally prac- ticed this year—barns all full. A new styled and artistic picket fence, is being built arou...

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 — 3 August 1883

OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY^ j lT,e following are * « n a B i e i °* ? , M r £ 0 u n ! * officers: im«*3C0«_. Cminty Judge... ——-..........Thrnua* fUierfft..-------- * Deputy Sheriff—— Treasurer-.-- --r- —•••:.\"•-' Cuuniy Clerk. r — piHtiict Attorney . . . . . . Clerk of Circuit Court . — \" j - - c g Kuofiff Jr Surveyor -(did » » ^ ^ n Hayfr9 ^ r ^wA^?«arfi/ ^,«lir*«-rti Bay,Wis. . . . . . . . P i 5 ....lIArnotd W«\" e n c r ' ...w..-.Ch«s A- Mass* O. ^!- Brentzsr STURGEON BAY., JftJG.3, 1883. THE COCBTC J0B11NAL. For reasons growing out of the \"un- pleasantness\" whieh resulted m a war and the American KepubHc, this coun- try hasn't tolerated any but-ahd-out Court Journal, wherein to chronicle the sayings and doings and comings and goings and dress and undress of Repub- lican blue-bloods but the thing has cropped but at sundry times and in JUivers manners, especially when the «_-nion-throne, called in democratic guise the Presidential Chair, has been occu- pied Asy 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 — 3 August 1883

: and mafaua good will were exchanged between the^mperor of Germany and / t h e j r i ^ ' ^ ^ tei's oorcmatioD bni n the meantime the German government does not forget to provide for ix«»ble contingencies in the future. v-The 0^kdb^na that the small fortress of | ^ ^ is to bei transformed into a fortified pUce of the first class. Kustrinis situated between Berlin and the Russian frontier, on the River Oder and at the crossing of the railway from Berlin to Warsaw with several other roads of importance. The place is evidently intended to serve for the protection of the German capital in case of a war wi(h Russia. The latter power will scarcely have any reason for complaining of this apparent mark of distrust, for Russia began first to fortify her German frontier. The action of Germany can, indeed, not be taken as a hostile demonstration having an im- mediate meaning. It w merely an act of that timely caution for which the general etaff of the German army is so veil known. . THE NEW ...

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 — 10 August 1883

&in, our conntry^nr d«r onef Sadder thy dayb grow, and sod/P*' Neverapromfsa before thee,- v. Hardly a record babiud.5*r1' .- Brer a yearning for (jn at* 5»ar a cryingiorfiecdaf« lby children, u.true^«Sni'fd Blind men kadia? Oh, for a loader jcijesaus , • «9 Ctod f or a lea^r *o'8^1 usl 3Co teaon n*oi*rtrengihand our weakness, To tell aH* world we are true. Oh, that or*» rose up among us •Who ehoirfd be as the vo( of thee, Erint— Tho err, for which we have waited, 3The«*y that has never been uttered,— A leader to Bhow nu our trouble, And meet it, and carry ns through. \"But never the troeflnearises thily false leaders, Belf-seetors, -Showing tb» World all onr folly, AUthatU Worst in us, weakest •Alway* the selnsh and little, Nevw the true andthe strong. Branding ua unto the nations 4*5 one which has bartered its birthright Yelling for rights which are no rights, . leaving unspoken our wrong. 0 green isle in the ocean, Land of the soldierwho fears not, Land of the warm-he...

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 — 10 August 1883

$$0% Entered.•Â«eeco»t*Hjl*w matter, • t ^«tUw Port Officeat Sturgeon B»* f J5TGBGK6N3AT AUG. 10, 1883. A3D HAPPENINGS. Base ball clubs are still laying goose See adv. In another column, of lamber found. M. F, Laplant'a little boy baby is on the improve. Batcher J. Noll, recently bought Mr. John Hock's entire herd of fine cattle. A. Bllesner has sold Mr. Donavan and Nicholas Nelson each a Peerlessorgan. *Truth** is a little word, but some peo- ple wont take the genuine without taffy. y There is promise of abundance of wild blackberries, but they are late in ripen- ing.\" Dr. Chandler is still in the Northern part of the county, giving lectures on mouth ivory. Alonzo Putman took an unvoluntary bath in the bay Monday. He was fished out with a slab. ! Wild red raspberries are plenty in market. Sales began at ten cents, but dropped to seven. Capt, John Noyes, town chairman, is making preparations for building a new house on his farm to be finished this fall. Mr. Ghas Sampson has trad...

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 — 10 August 1883

« M M i • M M 'ong other things, the doty tire Repub can party oWi to the colored people. OFFIGtALLOtiALOlBEfWW Thefbilo^^ * f f i * e r a : : : : ^ S^y r ^^^r--\"*\"-\"^\":...-Thoin« e Scott MMMitr'Hhariff*\"\"\"***\"*\"*1...^.Arnold Wegener County a0rk^-.,...^-~---^-\" A ^ » « District Attorney ,.\"'-\"-\"^\"~% Register of B e e d ^ - v ^ - i ^ ^ f f ? 8 Koogh, 4r Surveyor.. \"irJ.Cdid not qualify) Coronerr Martitn flayer nmn* „. — . - - - — . « . . . . . , . . « i « » r i u H I |Sr/»»*«£ adirta*,Sturgeon Bay,Wis. 8TUEGS0N BAY r . . .: .AUG. 10. 1883. 7 ^ T H « epTBESMBHT HOT 11E8KBTED. Some of the party papers are virtuboa- ly excited over the fact that the President and most of Ms cabinet are away from Washington. The New York Sun is es- pecially indignant—as it is apt to.about something or other—-and sums np the situation as follows, In the course of quite a long article headed \"A Deserted Government.\" - The President arid Mr, Lincoln have gone on * jaunt U Yello...

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 — 10 August 1883

?|«niiin$Bii^ training school for Indian youths at Car- lisle, Pa., tells of an Indian lad 18 years old, who appeared at the school a few ^ s|ef|&^^ :$*# across the continent in eearch of an edu- cation* : 4 l ^ ' 3 ^ ^ 7 § . ^ j ^ . ^ ^ 3 ^ ' iris home, ^ That immg^i^a^^j^ MississippiBiver/ Tb^^^^ ibur^days togetherand getting ian o a ^ sional ride on a freight train, he made the *est of the long journey. He sold his Indian ornaments for $2.25 to give him bread on the yray^C^nung over the Allegheny Mountain Bange the Indian's worn-out moccasins were no protection to his feet against the snow, and he bar- tered his blanket for a pair of shoes. At last he reached the Carlisle school and was taken in and cared for. pX&DtET&Ra. .''•.•:•.• • . • A scheme for raising the dead is on foot. The dead in this instance are let- ters. Mr. Woods, of Philadelphia, who has devoted thirty-three years to the subject of postal reform, thinks he has a method by which dead letters can fin...

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 — 17 August 1883

:•'* •opsmflr^ 40, far-jail c^hiObetm is-TS^^rtetBtfttlft in street or court: ??-**-H-y The life-blood prints in .crliMMri&fc^ * Jno giriltyjfietcli—two^encwscaled—- wn ana UgJi^a oiwrar world. iefOTTto'WlMtliBciiQbfliiake^ - *M'« isfitftfralsedWffisaarid mats. Now ^who feotnp *M« mldnlgbt rivSi T W ! ? s 3 ? P ^ ^ ^ ^ • .- . . »aa,aewBMp«ia! nonsense stopped—, . unless a toelMmowxt crimeis eledaed Without thk inigesK^'Xto^^L\" ~ ~ « W s 1 » w ^ w « ^ ^ By eeading this owalt* ronnfls: • \"rt IB ialiegea, iitttearf of dyinif, r'-W That fools (alleged* UxftMti&ytag** ?p .,,,. _. v ....... ...,-...••-.,•• -Vv.-a^l-j..- = -••- .---^••.- •- THE MTTLTEi-COWABJ). BY JULIAAIiVOBD. \"?,»:•'.*., M||||i||^^ Door County Our Aim. srw iiSiisai^ l l f f l W O p ^ K881J sliOTiER4^ - t P .\"Count yer money, child, and see if it's alLright,\" said Mr. Parrisb^kindly. And tbe treasurer of School District No. T ghhcfed over the top of his glasses and smiled, as he. watched the dainty fi...

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 — 17 August 1883

mm Mitt mmmm A!T1 HAPPBIOIfGS. • See adv. ia another column of horses - fprsale. ?. - V!*: :.^\". The nearest road to p»opCTlsm i« by • way of liririesa. vy ••,.''^v-'-rW:.r-: More sharks on land, than fleh in. the nets, these dayB. *'• Miss Anna Blieener is vialta rela- tives in Milwaukee. • ^ &.££:? A fine new,aign -now jorsuunents the South corner of the bank. ^ ^ MasterArthot-l^wttof ChleJWv Is in the eity theguestof John JSetteL ^ Jaw? in different partsofJMf *onMQr. jrrJs&niil. ^Tnat 'institutionJs worthy Mr. James jEtalstead, of JacksonwMrt.is still in the city nursing his Injured Dr^Hutohinsoa talks toonr readers this week by way of an advertisement, Read it* .Be^ E, Bluaw wwit to Annawe yes- terday (Thursday) aad^etnrned^^o-day (FriS^^W^v^. ^'-' --'.— ? '. • $Attorne ft T*ScttidW^bnll8Injr -a • newjdcke* fence on the South ride of Alderman Masse has^dressed Xm win- dows in the upper story of*ht* *utlding with newbiina&lv ^ ^ ^ The telephone line from«reeri ...

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 — 17 August 1883

2gjSS - ^ ...Thorau Scott: ©•pat* a M t » £ ^ £ 2 ^ ^ A « « « ^ ^ n ^ M i w r . . ^ ' ^ ' • ^ 1 - JSP\"?!* ™ JL , .^-^^^»\"--^-Martln B U M i»«tfH^**fm*,atarf^Bay,Wl*\\ A: —•_•_•_*—Wl_»i_«_wa_«^a_l—••Â»_•••— 1883. B l B R U S l T1AT 18 B t B B - U g l . Five CMatmen, lately sentenced to the penitentiary in New Jersey, had to pass noder the eclwow of the barber of thtt institution. It to a part of the piboft discipline that the hair be crop- ped. Thia is no great pBnishment to the average man. It used to make him Bingular, jttst as did the stripe of hts clothing bat now it Is common for men outof jail toBnhmttto'.a lawn-mower's cut, so that a shared head doesn't indi- cate att escaped convict It is very du- bious jostiee, however* thateompels the same dejrree of tonsure to all for while, afl we said, it is no great punishment to the lai^maj)rit of convicts, it is, to ^the ^lestial, an inflietion almost worse than death. His qtttoe is a sacreo: thing w topjgin) and to t...

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