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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 21 September 1883

«m n&pSm 1811111 W^m^smmF': The J^w^MsEifiiwfeial Expdsitioii W M openedt the evettte®Of {the 8th withpitt any formal citWAJstefc^ •••^'••^^•.'^•\"/^^ A J^dJapatch sayBthat transports are be- ing gofciarea^ess to convey10,(H)0.troop8 to China abont the latter part of the montli. A mob ai^Cahi^/CWnajturned the dwell- ings and warehouses of several European mer- chantaon the lltbyand great consternation exists among the foreign residents of the city. All One :• Seven more charred:bodies were taken from the rains of the Cincinnati fire on tne 11th, which completes, the list of those rapptfied to have been lost. franfc JamewAcqnftted* Tbe trial of Frank James, the notorious out- law, was concluded at Gallatin, Mo., on the fjtn inst, by a verdict of acquittal. The jurj was oot bat a short time. . C o w b o j i Killed* Eight cowboys engaged in a fight in a her3- er's shanty in ElbertCounty, Colo., on the night of the 8th. In the melee uiree were killed out- right, and tbreo others d...

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 — 28 September 1883

Mfci Twua Jong In tbo summer 6' seventyj 1 woarannin* \" 0 9 \"— V \"••:'.- - ••''V-^'-••:• '••'--: '•••'.••:•'..':.. TheBv«ie9ttocoiuotivbi the whoIe M'«onriline.-.£- y*B, now an' then I '3itfchod a-train or KMed a oott ' O r CtWj'• V /''•.'-''.' ' ••• \"\"(•''•'' ' \" w - - - : Accidents ain't uncommon. They'll happen any- I've cn't off thefegao' climbin' kids, but I've never kiliedsman, . , . J ^ . . » . ^ I But I've come about oe near it an' mfesed ea a body dotftRO much on ipiritB, but the- boys who hang HevROt in the habit b' callln' me the M haunted en- gineer.\" How did I come to be christen'd to 1 It don't take long to fix An ornery name on a feller that somehow stays an' '•':.' Bticto— There oncewuz a country sneker, who lived near BIxby'aHill, That a hundred time?, I reckon, hez made my heart stand still. .•.*•'.- Whenever to seed me comin' he wuz alwuz boundto cross '.'-'.'.. In front o' the flyin' train instid o* pullin' up his hogs. • * worried so much about him, a...

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 — 28 September 1883

ife i\\f&&f0t r - *t the Post Office at Sturgeon Bay f B T C M E ^ B i f e | . ^ E P T . 2 8 1883. AND HAPPEAISGS. 7 Tall business opens very quietly and ^serenely. In color as well as motion, leaves .be- '•'•. j#0 to turn. Chairman John Fetzer is paying a visit to Minnesota. The new comet has no tail, hence is not of much consequence. Farmers have again began to make more frequent visits to town. Miss Maggie Knudson is visiting rela- tives in Menekaunee thisweek. Mr. C. Leonhardt and lady have re- turned from their western tour. ^Preserve\" your chimneys and stove- pipes—already they are in good demand. The Majority of fruit jars reserved for ^tomatoes will remain empty this winter. .Xavier Gatti has converted his res- taurant - into a retail liquor establish- ment. . John Bley, one of Jacksonport's thrifty grangers, ornamented our streets Wednesday. Sunday and Monday were genuine old bachelor days—changeable and uncer- tain to bet on. . John Frost has \"nipped\" more water...

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 — 28 September 1883

• • OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: The 'following are the names of Door County officers: .\"• Superintendent cf Schools............_C. M. Smith »N.unty-fudge---- F. J Hamilton ................Thomas Scott .Arnold Wairenor ....... . Kli A. Thomi'Son' ..... ..Chas. A'- Alusse ....—........O. K. Drentr.* Clerk of Circuit 3ourt....l AlK-n Hig_ins Register of Deeds..«... .Tames Koogh, Jr. Borveyor.........^.—(did not qualify) Coroner '*..'.. .....Ma-tin TTayea pST Po*t-uflce addi-eii, Sturgenn Hay, Wis. •sheriff—----- Deputy Sheriff-— Treasurer—.--.—- C.muty Cliirk..... p.xtrict Attwuey CITY OFFICERS. Mayor,.... . C. Scofleld Cl-rk ... —- L. M. Sherman City Attorney— O. VV. Alhn _, , . , , ( J. A. Campbell 1st Ward, Aldermen ' ... D- H. Jncb » , „ ' ( • \" \" \" \" . \" . Arnold Wajrener 2d Ward •• .....John Mas«e i * _ John Ry»n 8d Ward j T * .Kit A.Thompson \"(YstWard.:\" ....Geo Nelson Supervisor*\\ 2d Ward .Yngve.Dreiitzer i8dWard.—— V- Feldmann Trea«arer...: -—C- L Netaon Marshal 1...

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 — 28 September 1883

^BwsSINMRIEf, ':•--/: ':\" • Maitoe-iMb^iw*'-- -.::-'-^'. ANdrtregiari vessel wii Subi intheEnglish Channel ofi the IStb, by a coHision. Twelve persons weie drownecL V^JBconaniical CMw. People at and near Tolono, IlL, are lighting and heating their dwellings withgas from wells aboutl«Ffeet deep. It is believed soil will be discovered in the neighborhood. T « be Iieft^Alone. A Washington-dispatch of the 19th says the final decisionof the secretaries of war and navy is that it is not practicable to send another ex- pedition to the relief of Greely this year. , A Sn'ddsp 8ooimooi A colored preacher named JohnBntler /ell doad at Kansas City, Mov on the 16th while addreseing his congregation. His last words were: \"Dispatched to heaven quickly.\" XibllUtlc Suicide. A repott comes from Russia on the 17th that one of, the imperial chamberlains committed suicide on being discovered by the czarina m the act of placing nihilistic documents in her apartments. , A K o n v S c t i i o u . 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 — 5 October 1883

mmm AB! tbe heads ure growm Antf tune is fleeting twlfter day by Oay - While - vs*r hearts are.tisteuing for tho first notes ofth h.viiin , .u That marks the th^c of footsteps through the shadows colrt and gray. The twi!igbt shades are decpeninr, for the evening draweth nigh, • j , And the lamps of j outb, ixtiugmshed long ago, -. No longer chase the darkness from tae cloud- encumbered sty,•'••• . .-, - • .• •• , Or light the heart's # recwsecs with their toul- entraucirig glow.' tBe fading sunlight, lingering, paint3 the. western Ety with gold, And the clouds with many a gorgeous rainbow hue, Mellowing all the morning's glory to the heart that's growing old. And recalling all the pictures that youth's ardent pencil drew. T i s the reflex of tha joy-light that, through the pearly gates', Streams down to earth to cheer the weary breast, That, tired of all life's struggles, simply lingers here and waits For the .summons to the City of the Soul's eternal rest. And the starlight of life...

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 — 5 October 1883

i4@5g*g£p? v t the i^rt Office at Sturgeon Bayr f AmiIAPPESIBtGS. Temperance convention to day. See change in Dr. HutcWnson's ad. -What do you think of the October new moon? Miss Anna Bliesner has returned from an extended visit to Milwaukee. Raymond Laplaunt has dressed up his dray in a bran new coat -of paint. Dr. Mullen is spending the present week in the wicked city of Chicago. Mr. .Tames Mackie, of Clay Banks, was ' one of our very welcome callers Monday. Leopold Jacobs has again pointed Ap- pletonward, for another drove of horses. Rev. G. W. Prescott has returned from his visit to the Southern part of the State. Mrs. James Mcintosh, and Mrs. Z. J. B. Kimber are visiting friends in Fon du Lac this week. Mrs. E. Schilling, of Gardner, has been spending the'past week in this city vis- iting relatives. Many of onr citizens have begun filling their coal bins and enlarging their woodpiles. Joseph Landree, one of Jacksonport's pleasant fishermen, pulled our latch string Tuesday. Jos...

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 — 5 October 1883

mmMmmm •isiESsafiffi m mmm OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY^ The following «n* the names 9* Door County . vt&cvra: - ' • -...:'-^'- • •/: Superintendent of Schools.—,---—rC. M. Smith « : . m i i t y J d d g o . ^ — . . . - - . — — — ^ Hamilton Sheriff . . . . . . . . . — - . . T h o m a s Scott Deputy Sheriff\"!.*- . - — ••$™})&^verier T r « 8 H u r e r . . . . . . . — - . — — — — ^ Thompson Comity C l e r k . : - — - — — — C/ja^ A. Masse ^strict Attorney . . . . . . . . . . . — . . . . O . B , Drentzur Clerk ot Circuit Court........... ..Alien Higtfins Register of Deed*-—-—.--—..James Keogh, Jr BurVeyor.. ----- (did not qualify) Coroner 1 .-...—-.-.-- — Martin Hayes 0f~ Post-office addrets, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. CITY OFFICERS. M a y o r . — . . . . „ „ . — . — — — - . . - ' . . C . Scofleld Obrk .'.'• . . . . • — — . — — . . . — . L . M. Sherman CUy Attorney— - —,- G. W. Allen . . . * , , . , , . I — — . — J . A. Campbell 1st Ward, Aldermen J . . . . . . . . . . D.H. Jacobi ' „ ....

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 — 5 October 1883

Wml^KM^^^ ^ b f e ^ r t ^ r t s h b w s t l i A t t,$9ffpewonfl were tolled an3 3W injtaretf fcy the lftto^eairtft- gqake atlachia. I - • • ,: • ~: •). y^- A dispatch ba the 2(Jtfareports that one death frcmcholertf haa bccnrred la au hospital in SligoC^anty Ireland. r : Wcw Vorttakm auxoera* Barn burners are terrorizing farmers m Ni- agara County, New York, by applying the torch to barns and oat buildings, causing great loss. Ctoiim—Tenqufn- F r a n c e . China's reply to France's proposals for a set- tlement of the- Tonqnin difficulty, favors the establishment of a neutral zone in Tonqnin. Tlie Deadl y «*l p o n BrooK I r n Bride©. The new cable over too Brooklyn bridge is finished, and the first car-load of passengers via carried across' on the 21tb. '••^V ••' •'•'••WJiereia ^•a1rerly^''''::•-• 'Adi8rJatcb.of.the22l:-say8: \"The remains of the mastodon have been exhumed at Ches- ter, HU, near the penitentiary.'' A B r e w e r Boiled. A son of a brewer named Voight, at Erie, Pa....

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 — 12 October 1883

It was f nil many a Be: s n ainca, ': WhenT was .srimmeribg nt Cape May . •:•....' They bad » fool it h fashion then— Maybap they have the same torday— aEhat every lafly IU the dance, . If pfeaEcd wltti any should not fail Unto the partner jnost inferred, : Togive her veil. •••.\" ,- •'\"• And there was one t mind xne of, Whose name—well, never mind her name Helen or Alice Bancoe or Maud, To you who read will be the same : But that old fashion of the veils Haply recalls the pastj and stirr Memories that cluster round the night She gave me a?rV She blushed, poor child, In giving it, • And I, too, felt my brow grow warm! •••'•\" As laughingly, with fingers deft, She knotted it about my arm And though the color on tier cheek Was like the light in morning skies, I thought I saw a holier dawn Within her eyes. The danoe was over and we strolled' Outfiom the ballroom's glittering press, To meet the bre-ze that many armed, Clasped each one in its cool caress And sauntering on we reached th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 12 October 1883

V •} • : ^ i the Pwrt Office atStargeun Bay- f AMD HAPPENINGS. Mrs. Leopold Jacobs is visiting in Ap- pleton. Lumbermen are beginning to take to the woods. As yet wheat has not began to boom in this market. Mrs. G. W. Marsh has returned from /her visit to Marinette. Sheriff Scott has dressed his barn and fence with a coat of paint, Landlord Wead paid Green Bay a visit a couple of days this week. Leopold Jacobs has gone to Appleton for another drove of horses. Autumn leaver \"just beautiful,\" are being harvested in abundance. Olof Nelson now oj|cnpies Harry John- son's residence,\" in the third ward. .. Mr, Benj-Blodgett an* lady, of Mari- nette, are in the eity on a brief visit. ' Miss May Lawrence, leaves for her home in West Garland, Maine, to-day. The frame of Dennis Daley's new house is up, and the building is being enclosed- Presiding Elder Walker is continued over the.Applcton District another year. G/iswold's Fish Creek mill is again in motion, and slicing up logs at a livel...

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 — 12 October 1883

'.a*r .-.^,=£^^ t m m m a m !£M± OWCM LOCAL DIRECTORY: The following are the names of Door County officers: 8uperiutendent of Schools.- •••••CM . Smith *:..uiity Judge. . . . . . . . . . . w — - K - J Hamilton Sheriff - -—Thoma s Scott Deputy Sheriff.-..\" Arnold Wacrener Treanufefi...—..—.————-Mi A.. Thompson County Cl«rU-~ •—— Cbaa. A. Masse D:«tilct Attoruoy .- O. K. Drcutzur Clerk uf Circuit Court. Alien Higtfin* Ke^Uter of Deeds.,.. — . ....Tames Kuogn, Jr Surveyor ~.(di4 not qualify) Coroner .'...Martin Hayes &\" Post-qftce address, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Mayor....... . C3-rk...•-... . . . - . . . . - City Attorney......— . l»t Ward, Aldermen j 94 Ward j CITY OFFICERS. . . . . . C . Scofleld „ . . . . L . M. Sherman „ . . . . O . W. Alh-n ....... J. A. Campbell D. H. .laenbi Arnold Wajrener \" John Masse _ . „ . 1 . ...\" John Rynn 80 ward }-..-• \"~ • _ _ .Kli A. Thompson (\"lilt Ward .Geo Nelson Supervisors 1 2d Ward Yneve Dreutaer (8d Ward —C. Feldmann Treasurer — . C...

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 — 12 October 1883

i: iDfepatches of tte 28tfa report the first snow of the' season in some -parts of WISCOHBID, Miiinlefioti, jffibhigaaind Manitoba,. . Powde r i l i a Wine Shop. Fifteen people were killed and six injured by the explosion of ateg of powder iu a wine shop at aiddrid, Spain, on the 29tb. A Kentuck y Breeze. A railroad eogine house and a \"tobacco ware- house were blown down and several buildings unroofed by a storm at Lexington, Ky., on the 3Qth. No fatalities. Little Koad-Biff Deficit. Taejreport of the Menominee] Railroad Com- pany, wiiose ttue is three miles long—between Meiiominee Junction and Menominee City, Wis.,—shows a deficit for tha year of $12,848. Six me n Killed. Asa cage was being hoisted in IhD Nelson coal pit at Leigh. England, on the 2d inst., the ropoliroke, precipitating the cage to the bot- tom of the shaft, killing _ix miners. eccentric habit* of tbe deceased waa that pt eating an oyster supper about midnight the $$0p^0C«Mu^im. *&&&. Jtdike.i^M. %:. ?...

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 — 19 October 1883

'~'?T^jKSP ^®s»es^S^^pw^i^^Sr^p^SpS^^^5«ra • M H H I rveaof a is her ten b \" * o n 8 0 r l n o r e J ,g ^ i hair that she bo't a t t h B ..tor&I'B the ice cream h t „oankruptehe r beam. J is ,,,,018 of p a s t e that aho J shows. K - is the know- l e d g e t h a t t o r - tures h e r brain. L I s h e r languor that's laziness plain. M is the match she will Btriko by and by. N IB the novels she reads on the sly. O's her opinions, import- nt shet hinfcs. P's t h e piano 8 he pounds till she winks. Q is the quail upon toast she once eat. R is the royalty aped by her set. 8 is her stockings with holes in the toes. T if her talk that's as soft as her beaux. U her useless- Bess e'er as a wife. V her vanities sapping her ifo. W's her writing mis- lned a n d . misspelled. X Xtravagance sdldom excelled. %, is her yawns f o r 8he sleeps ha'f the s the zeph y r to blow har aw ay. — Whitehall Time*, GOLD-AND GILT. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of ...

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 — 19 October 1883

1 ruAB, fiJ50,)«iws4 75c [3 Mda, 40c. ft\"\" Entered, a*secondHJlaos matter, l •t tho Pwt Offlcfl «t Sturgeon Bay f gTURGEOXBAY, OCT. 19,1883. AND HAPPENINGS. Build a wood-shed!! Get ready for winter!! Watch the almanac for storms. Good ties are up to 16 cents apiece. Don't connt on a fair day to-morrow. Fasten the loose battens on your barn. 1 Look to the cellar—don't let Jack Frost in. Pick things np before the snow comes and hides them. Warm quarters for stock will help out in the hay-mow. Wm. Marshall of North Bay is spend- ing the week in this city. Teachers* Examination at the County Superintendent's office to-morrow. Benj. Sauger and Mrs. Breunisr were married in Egg Harbor on Monday. George Bassford harvested 700 bnshels of potatoes from 1% acres of ground. Mrs. McNally, of Carlton, is thiaweek on a visit to her son, attorney McNally. John Stoneman, yoeman, of Forest- ville, looked in upon our city this week. Mrs. Duncan, who has been an invalid for some time, left this we...

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 — 19 October 1883

PtmttSHBD.-.pnrEBT FBlftAT BT OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: . The following are the name* of- Door County officers: Superintendent of Schools — — - C . M. Smlt» R h « $ S ...Thomas ** neuutVsherii\"\".\".\".I\". Arnold W«*« Tireai«urer-..--— - r K -«,A. .Manse Drntrict Attorney - . . — . . . . . «5., n n .,,:., Clerk ol Circuit Court r'-rfomtoxleSYt • J l ^ f - ~ d l d B 0 ! ^ . 5 l a r t i n Hayes CITY Q ^ C B B S . S c o f l e l a Mayor - — — Cl-rk., *.\"*.L. M . Sherman -- --. — ~S \"\"\" . . . . O . W. Allen City Attorner- — . *-. j A . Campbell 1st Ward, Alder1*11 WV... D. H. Jacobl . / . . . Arnold Wasrener Qd Ward ••'\"\" .. . John Masse 2d wara j „ ^ ^ R y H n 8d W « * 1 * \"\"\"\".--Kli A. Thompson Rnn^lsort^ 2d Ward.'..., Yu S ve l , D , r /° t / e „ r 8 a r t* Ward £ Feldrnann »ei«nrer C.L.Nelson Police Justice ::......-.•• -A.D-Tborne Justice*of the Peace.:...Jacob Benns, J as. B t-arr City Superintendent of Schools..-F. J. Hamilton Assessor . . . . . . . . . . ....

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 — 19 October 1883

and in so doing reverses ttie decimon of the board of examiners-iri-chief, made on Jnly 2& 188$ by which the. priority was awarded to Edison and affirms the decision of the examiner, of interference in favor of Sawyer & Mann, rendered on Jane 8d last. N E W S I N B R I E F . Big: Strike . .., Five thousand miners in Lanarkshire, Soot- land, struck for an advance in wages on the ' KM*- ' • - : - \"•••'•••- \" ^ ' ' • . A n Old H u l U . The hulk of a sunkea'steamer has been dis- covered near Crawford quarry, Lake Huron. It is supposed to be that of the steamer Bruce Mines, which went down in 1854. Suspended* The Berlin Tageblatt has been condemned by the criminal court for publishing a libel against Count Tolstoi, the Bussian minister of the interior. \" ' .•.-:• No B a n i a n P o r k . A dispatch of the 8th says the German au- thorities have forbidden the importation of all hog products from Russia. Chicago' s Defense of O'Donnell . Tha Citizen, Congressman Finerty's paper,...

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 — 26 October 1883

Oaly a newsboy crylnu afar, • Crying your Jonrnal, yonr i lines, ? onr Star, Strong the young lungs unci sparkliug the eyes, Up the street, down it, the uw*bo hies. Only a newsboy! wbuf, t!i»'o, ia that ? Ah I what? Meesieuix stoj and doff yon the hat The governor passe*. And ladies smile th rougfr Your creamy rich laces ail graciously, too. What if your forty years mayhap ahead, ' Perhaps he'll not ruio until jou'rd long d«ad, You'Jl never salute him UUICSB it is nov , 7ou heart beats with pride at the statesman's fine bow • • ' . . . L Though you turn in yeur we*Jlh and acorn now away, • - - « . * » • ' You may bend to the boy y ^ sweep by to-day For the hero ot state, of vencb, or of bar, May be Belling your jmnwl, yonr Times, your Star. Crying your Jour**1* y°ar Btar and Times, May be 'tis the r06*! whose wondrous sweet rhymes The whole wo»^ will sing in yeaisyet to be, The wit, the^ventor, the scholar be he. Only a n ' * 8 ^ ^ but perhaps EW. Will p)*06 bis name yet with ...

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 — 26 October 1883

i at the Pint qttte at Sturgeon Bay- f A3TD HAPPENMGS. See Dirv Mac Eachain's advertisement In this terae. The Doctor has a model 'drag store and displays much taste in the arrangement of his great variety of articles. Six male and seven female teachers attended Sup't Smith's examinations last Saturday. There were several ap plicants for second and first grade cer- tificates. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong died Wednesday morning—from Inng fever, and not from being smothered in bed, as erroneously reported. The shingle sawyers at Leathern & Smith's mill now saw by the thousand— nothing for culls. The result is 50,000 more shingles per day, and more money to both parties. Dr.J. H. Soper has received the appoint- ment of U. S. Examiner for Pensions for this section. He has applied for six months leave of absence to make his Minneapolis trip. Attorney R. P. Cody has returned from a visit to Neenah and Menasha. He at- tended court at Green Bay on the way back, ...

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 — 26 October 1883

pifiy • n » PUBLISHED STEBY FttlDAT BT OFFICIAL LOCAL DIRECTORY: The \"following are the names of Door County officers: Superintendent i Schoola....—-—C. M. Smith «.\\iauty Jadge........ \". . . ...p. J. Hamilton Sheriff....\".....„-. .„•.. Thomas Sctitt Deputy Sheriff............i Arnold Wagener Treasurer ...............——Eli A. Thompson ComityClerk...... Cbas. A. Masse District Attorney... — O. E. Drentzsr Clerk of Circuit Court..... AHru HigginH Register of Deeds ,-—- .Tames Kuogh, 3r Surveyor (did not qualify) Coroner - Martin Hsjres &FPott-Qfflct• addrett. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. CITY OFFICERS. „ „ Mayor C. Scofleld «3lr .f- M. Sherman City Attorney\". \"\".\"\"ri\".'.\"I-.--- 9- W. Allen . . , - \\ .,„ « ......J. A. Camphell 1st Ward, Aldermen' ------ __ D JJ. j a c o bi ._. „ . \"\".\"... Arnold Wasrener 24 Ward j *—• \"\"..... John Mas*e r — ...-..v _ John Kynn 8d Ward \" \" ' • \" \" „.Kli A. Thompson (lat Wa»d Geo Nelson Snpenrisore-J 2d W«*d.-— Yngve Dreotzer , •••'•...

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