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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 17 August 1883

m £^a«^fc^:!&^^.^s^£&* •m^&is^^^SM^m v Saj^:'Si®KS^fe^^e^4#^ii^^s^it!^ mmmmttmmtt ^fttftss* : 4'-fl li*)i®|^^ pogi«pMj«Jottti£«itie»,ln the shape of ^ ^ a .ma*3^? jj^ fe3y : • ordin1iii|^^ of ^'i-'^li^ •' -•' *\\vc\\xuili^^ «--Â¥ . ^ j f e i M ^ t o i ^ to. ••' ^tfS'eHuJbtaxy/'^ in consequence of%*fj0^fccif • intrigue, .. was iu^^|^*|^poS^-to -'die by * , v . ^^e^J^^\"' ' Heace the dispersion Of ^PCttgS aK8TEWCR^a Polk hM received ipeedj jnstice. His trial was l»^i|Pinptfk 26tb, but it was nbtvuntil^^ ^^^fetainiBcl '- In six days • ttio„ i,^RdVnce i^^^p i tat^/a^ m.anothel|i^4y8 a l^ppSfwas obtained, thejxafW&Xpmg out but one nighfc The niaxi num. pun- ishmefit tibs law affo^MiQiprLeoiiinenfc for twenty years^~and a fitic equal to the ? ajaount emh^zled ^hre^\" bmi^ land sixty-six thonsand. dollars) hare been imposed His attorneys have ftppealed, and may gain him a new heariegjjbut wstliia'fo^^^ opinionJ '^o^'^i^^taiafi^i^- \\ the J(!s|^ do^ .^:i^^Z^ie^ti...

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 — 24 August 1883

,| Hj^»:«a^i^ck ^f :*^!totlief»kjrai4 float, •-j-i-Jutm toe deck :Â¥' Her handlay near, /.•:.''. He thought it right ,5v4 :-iii graspedIt tight, '^^'-f.-'•'/'• Xo break toe charm Bat it passive lay, rf ••:.-- ^':^miS^^^^' 'A.^ '&.' .» j Upon hCTliOi:' •' • • -\"•'' •*•'•A A ~: ,\"'.•-.•-: W • -Miklabolcipythls,£• \"-'•'• '..,- • '•''.\",-••.' : -/\" The'te^ne^eWforto&p\" -^'^' ?.'. Ho did one lingering to»? -\"\" - -V-. •\". •.' Imprint. ,, ^^AicjJWTOdlireBar-rr^.'• \"' A%\"• ~i '-\"•• The stillness there, Bight np oh end r \" -\"•••\"• Stood his bristling h*ir, \" • '\"StutpaBSTeTay'v\" **:•''.'' • .v'\"\":\" '\"\"'••' The hand he'd pressed, '••'• He righflrgMeased \" T ^ -•-:*. WHY QUIMBr SWORE OFF,directed Jack Quimby awoke with a bad head- ache^ Tnis was no new sensation to Mr. Quimby. It was as old as the eternal hills, for Jack was a bibulous soul, and his head was not proportionate to his in- clination for strong waters. He loved drink, not for its sake, but for...

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 — 24 August 1883

litis?15* large wM e barrow hog has been mlss- iug, and anyone Riving information to high art in the domain of paint ^The1 £ufcd^^ : : #e4ne^^t«ffr^ aheft1i£ah^ eniogofan suit^ - • | j ^ t e r I ^ moaned the opening bars ol snminer^ strong mpe^^ voriteaui^D^ among the stamps to better advantage than\" iha ^ Jos. Zettle has a new reaper and binder, bat the other day he^ was vigorously op^ erating with hisold fashioned one, vfhile 'tpther machinereppsed under the shed tast WMoesda* Ber. Father Fi X. WentngerVi^^Mt liew on the Corona for Menominee, Mich , aMompanied by Rev. E. Blame and1 Mr. ISlian G.Beyer, stuflerit of the^bgy, : $M latter two gentlemen returned hereon the^Gorona the same evening, while Father Wenin- gef went from Menominee to Marquette, where his mail will have to be forward^ ed hereafter. ^ r Chairman B. J. Erskine, of Bailey's Harbor, was in town Wednesday in vain search for a girl—to do honseworfc After fruitless enquiry, in sheer despa- ration, he loaded his b...

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 — 24 August 1883

3§w§K NTHUBHB& B Y » T FBIDAT BT « J ^ o ^ i ^ ^ p ! i 5 . * i ^ Bberi: J. Hamilton Hiomaa Scott P*pnti^he*ur ^ Treasurer .-. KHA. Thomson CdnntrfClerk, v-ii-i. ^^i~&?*G&»*! # : « w * District Att6rav:.:ii.i^.^v.^--«.ttjfcl)«ttlz«t Clerk ^aiCttltCtourt,^^rj-^r*l!^iHK«n » Burveyori. ^i^iV«rW «««l\"*tf V \" ^ : 'Cor«W : ..v-.\"i.i\"\"^- s^p ( «^OJSI« afcJre»«,Sfargeot Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. AUG 24188 '. XORjLLT^CHIHeil l THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Ajsoctety called the National German- American Teachers' Assoeiatlon held a «^ai»«atlpnittC many lectures w6re delivered by leading school 8ttperintendent8 and profeB8ors. Among these tectum Pr^identof the A ^ manti S e l i ^ tion as a Regular Branch of Instruction in Public Schools/' Adail y paper gives(thefollowing synopsis of it. v T h e final w m o f education is the cultiva- t i o n o f elmracter. .Moral character consists ' in the possession of moral principle. T o pro- duce andjcbnfiheftM)^^ ' training vand...

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 — 24 August 1883

^HggggH^g^S Sift^ft occm^bSVheliJth between the mad tto nriMtMy at Etoteraoosltv. Frank Wektost.ageS 16.died on the 7thas Joyji|j|$|^^ \" \" ** llthib9»t,,lrMa.9at»jOTo 68 thjltj* shock eb u been felt there-1 K lasted dB and moved from wert to east. on e Tban Usual* arning to careless handlers of from Hamilton, OnL A \" Pittofr^accidental dis- ' four persons bare fifpUior. Mr s named Inst. One abdomen with alcnife him turtil his entrails \"\"--\"•* ji^niedtothe 8,rf ^MlPi?^'S^5i*l»«--to wn of Bedruth, Ctornwatl^l^l^ti^f^to 16th in»t. the rope attached mM^Mki^m&^^i of the men were preoipiUtea^^itfbottdm of the shaft and instantly tor iliSSIpillli*^ v O n t t e v n ^ 8Uenar,ajronl^B»henu^aTfa ina house IfioiirtyiiBifiM with his mother, and left the home to Bleep in I ibelim^lal ingtliebarniwsdis»Tered^ fo^ befnreaasistance_couId amTe, the buUdmg was consumed. The doorof 4he barn was f as- tened on the ottwide with a piece of soantUog thereby -preventtOer IB*lyipng ? maiA es...

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 — 31 August 1883

iilsjsi&saii^^ TERRIBLE HIDE bfJ&ERfM'B&0 '? Have'yOn hcar^of the rideof ^P^'McB'&ei Of that luiaHumtoer nfabt fulloffcorror***-\"W1 Of the fright that ho had—how he tbOJifte* J»*K no • •• „ died, _.,..,_. \"... .• • ••„,.- ,\"_'. ...., -..v::--^-- — Howtbey found him at mbrnbrnise^uilPdyindj limb? '«•\"' \" 1 - :-.•..-•=• ••/. •••..,!. I will tell yon the life.W^t s M i » w * I»»y come To a man when he fooliahly medd^B'with ram • * i A.merry bid* totierV&'p^erlS^riaa '•\"•• •-. . • •-..'''••'• He was fona of hJsfilftBs o&»schoolboy of jam Andttpjmnrto'lilfii'***apjrttwttf-pttdei •' rr* He rojeeverrnight fofttlfl^Bgulatdram To the village hoteJ,xa*i old chestaat maze- He loved the black bopto tbat greeted him there. Bat O, what a foe KW^at bottieto Wml It ehattered his herres and it reddenea his noee Hie round cherfcs grew hollow, rile eyesight grew ' - ' d i m •-'7 '•' ^-''~ '\" '''••- '•' r \\':': ./ '(- ''.:.i V\\ °- ,:-\\'-- \"\"' His form beoameie...

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 — 31 August 1883

AND HAPPEMIirGS. See notice in another column, of as- tray.- , Take care of the sense, and yon will be successful in accumulating dollars. Geo. Finney's threshing machine will commence its annual hum next week. Bark has tumbled down—breaking niens' pocket books, instead of their legs, though. A pleasant private party took place at Mr. B. Kitobesi^ farm house Tuesday evening. ••'.- The second annual re-nnion of the Iron Brigade, will be held at La Crosse Sept. 13 and .14. A strong arm is mighty, but mightier is the strong stench of some of the back alleys in this city, The high school building has been renovated by a patching of the plaster- ing and a eoat of kalsomining. • Welter & Dresser have built a large roof back of their office, under which to shelter agricultural implements. Mr. Geo. Pinney has a bed of beets which promise him a yield of 600 or 800 bushels. The bed covers about one acre. Two additions are to be built on the S. B. L. Co. planing mill—on the East and West s...

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 — 31 August 1883

Tbe foUawtag are the names of Boo* €**& ©IBcwaS -' '': l :: ?-1-^: -'.fc' r '\\v ^ I A I T \" lUy Jadge..... BhurJtf..^ „..„... Deputy Sheriff...... Trw*rwJi .« ^. County ..—., v ~ «^.^»^i. DistrictClerk.......*....«.. Attorney :«^^^^fe^H£H\"J - Clerk uf CircaUWrt...-^-« ^ ^ J ^ ' \" STURGEON BA*^i i 1883. 8I6HT8^raR BÂ¥ qtllLL SHOTEgS. The editorial excursion party—which didn't include all the country editors in the land—reached the famous Yellow- Stone Park in their wanderings. As a consequence that place will be served tip in as many styles as there were pen- cil shovinjt cooks around its hot waters. But it is a wonderful place—we can \"see that\" without going there—and will stand a great deal of raphsody without beiBR \"overdone.* We g«ve a condensed description taken from the Evening Wisconsin ' The geysers are something marvelous. Many of o,B£ countrymen have gone to Ice- land, 4,000 milei from the United States and haye sU/Jered the most serious annoyances 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 — 31 August 1883

-'...-'. Blot lit :l«ni»la»::,ftftft T'•* ebHirion d&qrred m tl^t^betwieeA the populace and the niihttfyat iHurteniioslav. ftft ftTftftft!Wlltjt*JMt^ • -TRr«rity*tirb y«wng, wen, WHO were students in a university at St. Petersburg, and con- nected with a nihilist journal, bare been sent -*•••}••••**•*••• '•• T a k i n g n B e r t . - •'--ft ' A Madrid dispatch 01 the 19tb says, every- thing w quiet n Spain, and the army baa been ordered b$|fc to its reservation. The weather is too warllfor a revolution, anyhow. A (iisplilfc from Maiambras, Mexico, says 160 persaph^TedUed of cholera in the little village ^ ^ J M o h ( g i i f c s f 3 ^ /disease is not Aftiitic cholera, but a loeit epidemic which ap- jwara in Mexico eveq^ariS^ tractive Winds. Milwaukee were visited by heavy fw» theldih inst. No Bvea.are re- uAthe damage to property was r»fibea! to trees, fences, awnings s of luiribTO yards. Bacine wind sto I irted V i 'inoipa .dtbe ^to''Payne,iliif^dii^^^%ed!^a^Oakland, IBS...

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 — 7 September 1883

Ss^S=J5®|i#^i^^?SfSsifPft* l*y||s|ji!«il^ I cannoV*^^»^!9^v bow oft It cpaj^i^ That rather jonng ti& reading CIWB In rWstrtot Number Tbrcc, T- •••\"'-•-^ ••••'\":v ,,* . .-' Xbat row of clccuttfcniBtsAvho Btooa 60 straight in And chargetl at standard iileratnre J lth: amiable W0' £§^*BpMeVth« i^w^'ln:. wWcih' w words • • were clad 7 - .-..v.-..: ..-. -....'..:. W&ff.iv» thomcaolDgof thetextby all the light we . Tiad ' '*••• ••Â£'-••-••• J*'-. Bat sUll I fear the ones who wrote the lines we read \"\":~ ebfreo Would ecarco have recognized their work la District $iwi^Xhxec.. . X .. Outside the snow was smooth aad clean-the Win* tor's thick-laid dnirt The storm it made the windows speak at every sud- den guBt: Bright sleigh-bells threw ns pleasant worla when travelers wonld pass •- • The maple trees along the road stood shivering In their class rJ-.:^ Beyond, the white-browed cottages were nestling \"£ cold and dumb, And far away the mighty world seemed beckoning UH to c...

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 — 7 September 1883

^3fiffi Aff! HAPWBSM68. ioolNot for theindian—snmmer. The youngest child of Soren Peterson is seriously ill. Misses May and Mary Stephenson left Monday for * /?l*tftto Appleton. M w ^ o f e ^ Taea- •flay, from her visitfto Green Bay. Mr. George Nelson andifwnily return- ed from their visit to Ee^aiuiee. Mr.$::U ToitkUdson -and son, have returned from their visit to Chicago. Mrs1$ Sll^dVicelaiives in Ahnapee a visitrtfeji^iday of^the present week. Chairman J. | ^ ^ in the city Wednesday, for asbort time. A daughter of William Marshall, North Bay, Is with as this week-, visiting with friends. a y Missiesiieiftiie jaini Olive 'Foster, of Depere. are visiting relatives and friends inthhieity, - Rev. B.C. Mack's household'was en- larged on Monday last by the advent of a daughter. •\\ j y Remember the reading in Lawren- ce's hall next week—Tbarsday and Fri- day evenings. •' ''••:• . t Mr. Seyk, Kewaunee's best miller* hasfell been with us the past week, to see abont flouring this city. Th...

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 — 7 September 1883

tpB§iI||gplIlP^ trnmrnm mmm w»—^*^«** The following intheniiaw rf Door County Officers: ••Â«••-\" «w f^j^» P. X- Hamilton S^f.iflnVA\"\"\" rrrr..,—Chaa. A. Matte D'KtriCt Attorney ..\"•-—**• \"••'••Â»IIM, iu«i.ii«« Clerk .* Circuit Court \" \" * i ^ \" ^ ^ & j!\" wi.i.iir/»» need*..-.— --James Kcogh,Jr i S S S S S r ^ . \" - - ( d l d not qualify) u r % 7 - ^ t e acWrew, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STtRGEON BAY . . . . • ..SEPT.7, 1883. •OB1L TEAC8IKB IS f a t PUBLIC SCHOOL. In our article published two weeks ago, we closed with this question: Now what is the education Which is neces- sary to the safety, the very existence, of our government, from the state house to the town house? We wish to call atten- tion to this matter again just now, while the Teachers* Institute is in ses- sion here, and suggest a few things in answer to that ouestion. The word education itee« indicates what is necessary* It means, \"the effort made to train the intellect and mold the character of the y...

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 — 7 September 1883

mu ^ ^ S ^ ^ 4 » ^ i « ^ i ^ g g ? f e j ^ S lareMrt^dtofawe ajmotf *nfln& destroyed ttpobw*MMp^fDoor County, wis. The London Mi^oowy Society reived.ft telegram on Ute IWtli anncrandng that the queen of MadagaBcar died at 2:15 P.M. ^••:^ iBi•4•':«• *fc•,•^*•Mw':*n»llW«• The TOlnntaryreleaseby the French on the 28th of the Britfob misaionary, Shaw, ui in- terpreted in Bn^and aa settling the Tamative difficulty ' Hones Killed *r Uffbtninsr. •SRTO fine horses owned by 3. W. Mooney, near Erie, Pa., were struck dead by lightning in a storm that passed over that place on the pdi'^v'tV. • . • ' •:•• '. . .'*'. v TweBty-tbree Workmen Killed. &By falling fMm a scaffold at the long of ^JBawria'ii new palace at Lake Cheino, on the 25th, twenty-twee workmen were killed, and seventeen injnredi: Spain Admitted. The Vienna journals of the 29th say that the summoning of the German parliament means that Spain has been admitted into the alliance of the great powers. Burned to Death* In t...

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 — 14 September 1883

. v : And I stood bymir^t9Seioti6fAaix ',:• x Where tbe'brefjses^Mijg la from the ocean •\"•-:•\" lost toyeii Tritb theljangofniy'hSlr '\"' And if ever amortal was thankful, . It wa? rthit the wjadosv was:there. Fur I own to jou, Nell, I was ehoWng, cand itBcemedlikethj moment of dobra I had spied him, my faithless Tom Hawley, - Sinking Iov(|—don't 3foa tftlnfe—and to wbonr BntthoheireBSofKLpatent'smiiuona, .-•••-.- And the vulgare*t thing in the room. Now, Tom. a« yon know,ie loo handsome •_••- . For anything ond*r the son— • Yes, I honestly ownI tod flitted, But onljr HtUe, in fan—: And 'twas clear she was trying to catch Him, If the thing could possibly be done. Ifeltinmy bones'twas all over— The cottage,and Thomas, and Miss— For, of coarse, 'twas a grand speculation Which a fellow like Tom wouldn't miss, But to think, after all his palaver. That he ever could umb me like this I cannot describe my emotions, .But it gave my poor heart-strings a tug . Then I saw my old chaperon si...

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 — 14 September 1883

§0S^s^M^^0ii^i^s^^S0&M^bMmM J tB»a, fl'-HM« MO&, 75c. 13 Moa, 40c. •\" #^l^j&%B^^SNseifc-H^t»*ii matter,^ £X, ': AJfft HA^PENWGS. One of \"tit*great cries, is for \"more . house rent.\" : ' •/.• Large horse and cattle files continue, their fierce nipping. See notice i n another column, of pounrt master'a sale. •\"-• Union service at the Methodist chorch next Sunday evening. August Wagener, of Michicott, is here vl8Uing his brother Arnold. Hunting parties have begun to organ- ize, and scour u p their ^rearms. On the last page of this issue, we give the form\" of the new postal order. Fishermen are preparing for their fall campaign against the finny tribe. The wild grape crop in this section promises nnasual,abundance this fall. . School meetings are the rage now-a- days, from the city to Citcle-umferenco. Landlord Wead carries off the gold dnst this time, i n trotting out the fire, engine. '• 'v' - '• \", , •' / . Leopold Jacobs is south after another drove of horses...

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 — 14 September 1883

mm m OFFICnt^GmDmEGTOBX The foUvwlhg are theMinai? ol loo County officers: County Jadge..i.....i.-i. Deputy Sheriff.™-.*.:.~-v Trettarcr...^....—,..---\" County Chirk......,..—»*^ Dmtrict Attorney.-..-i*— Clerk of Circuit Court.--,. BarVeyor.,..——---* not mialifyl Coroner........'-- - - - —-—- « v — Martin Hayes • er*-/»M(-#c«rf«''W»8targen Wis. ...F. J Hamilton \".....-Thomas 8c«tt \"..iArniiM Wagoner ... EH A: Thompson Cbsa. A. Masee ...i.iO . B. Dreutzur .\".^...Mten Wiggins —James Keogh, Jr STURGEON BAT :.vSEPT. 14, 1883. FIFTI TEAH8 Of A SEW8PAPKR. Objpct lessons are quite popular as a meansof impressing, and also of illus- trating a truth* they are deservedly so. We have an object lesson before us now. It teaches, as no mere description In words could possibly teach, What fifty years have done for journalism— particniarly for the: American daily newspaper. There lies upon our table a copy of the Daily New^ork S«» for Sep- tember 3, 1883—Dana's Bun—jiot a \"specimen\...

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 — 14 September 1883

w M ^ t a ^ b y fire *t d A tifc**fcfr ofrheSd naya 2 pwraons li*v* beeh*§rri*tedS i d t h e pndrnnce of Oargenti, It»ly^i&i«ed with^^hrigsnaa^. Among 1*os« arretted *rewpriest,8OT*r«l laod-owhew and xneiBl)^ %cOi^eraa councila. A ConsUntinople dispatch of the Slat says: Admiral Inglefield of the British navy asked permissioni'ofHfcto Porta to make anrveys for a canal in Palestine. The Porte declined to give cotsent. •..•'-'• ___l___S-_'\\ Adjudged Inaane. Bicbard Sleepy of Palmyra, Wis., was ad- indged violently insane and ordered to be ta- ken to the 8tate Insano Asylum, at Oshkosb, on the 80th- While on the way to the asylum Bleep gave the sheriff the slip, and at last ao- coonts was BtOl at large. Wreck* off Nova Scotia* A number of vessels were stranded and Hey cral totally, wrecked on the coast of Nova Scotia by the storm on the night of the 29th. The steeple of a church at Cape Breton was blown down and a large building moved from its foundation. \" : *• James Hnrlbn...

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 — 21 September 1883

^lrtra togo td 8unday-ijhoo And put my pounits id theplat*: ' . I Iflye to liu n Wo Gjiacn - . JS'IIIO *i-d ,,..-. save•* thS • •* heathen :tr6m Heir iutt. I ••': -.•• wouldn't break tho Sabbath. Nol For , i • th*tlsawinl : • wicted. •:'••'• -\"••: Oht I :-.::: \" ' \" wouldn!t swear. To steal a piu wonia bo a \\ery .-.••.. dreadful ein. I # v e my playmates tracts and tell them all abont the burning hell where the bad boys go who like lo play • upon the btefsed Sabbath day. £ pall off logs and wings from flies, and I'put ont our kitten's eyes such fun! It made me laugh to tee her, blinded,' crawl away, from me. I find bird's nests, and smash thee«js and I break the little . . . . . . . . . cnjcfcen»8 legs, and- once '. TRACT : I put some. parte green In : BEBI . . . . . . . . : mamma's tea. Youfihould : have seen hor flght. It was so jolly t h a t I Rave a little to the cat It died. . S o m e t i m e I mean to try to stick a pin in baby's e y e . T h e d e a r b e l l s r i n g ...

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 — 21 September 1883

W^^^^^M^^W^^^^^^-^^^^i AND HAPPENIKGS. This week is Ember %e^jr. Prices of grainare.gating low. Get ready to weather the autumnal equinox. Charles Brighatn is off on a visit to Central Wisconsin. Jack Frost wasa little too quick for Yellow Jack this year. Ernest Damkcehler left Sunday to \"do\" the Milwaukee Exposition. Mrs. Leslie Duulap, of Iron Mountain, Is in the city visiting relatives. Cedar king Jos. Smith, was on our streets and all about yesterday. « Miss Lucy Bacon teaches her first school in the townot.Sevastopol. Rev. E, Blnrae went to Ahnapee on Monday and returned on Tuesday. Mi* H. J. Tnompsbn of Pensankee, is in the city visiting for a few days. JSTHousehoId furnishing goods for gale at the M. E. church parsonage. /C The saddest words of tongue or pen— ^ 1 can't pay now please call again\" Jack Frost is as unwelcomed a visitor as travels the country between two days. The signs of snug times are visible on all sides. Put yourself in shape to meet them. BlTRemember th...

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 — 21 September 1883

PFFiOlAL lOGAL DWEQTOW The ioUowtor »w toefoamei of Door^County County Judge........ t 8herjft—..... ...i„ Deputy Sheriff........ Treasurer.... ........ County,Clerk.... ..... District Attorney .... CJerfe of Circuit Court: Register ot Deeds— , ..i..-P- J- Hamilton '*r\"C\"!-.--Thoma8 Scott \"\"^^Arnold Wa»ener '....—BH A- Thompson .....—-CIMMS. A. Mai?e ..i.^.....O. B. Drentzar ..........Allen Hijjffins ..—James Keogh, it BorVeyor..,..-——(d!d no» 9u,»Wy) ., .„ Coroner—.—-——---—-—.. ~ Martin Hayes tj^t\" Po$l-office aiirut. Sturgeon pay. Wis. STURGEON BAY... ...SEPT. 21. 1883. *' THE STATE (OB CONDITION) OF DAKOTA. Dakota is in a curious ferment. She wants to be a State—is trying, in fact, to be two States. Some time ago a com- mission, duly or unduly appointed, lo- cated the proposed capital at Bismarck. This offended the southern portion of the territory, which got together and re- solved on a division. A constitutional convention was elected for southern Dakota and is now in ...

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