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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 26 October 1883

NEWS IN BRIEF. Cap e Cod C a n a l . A dispatch onthe 11th from Sandwich, Mass., gays work begins at once upon the Cape Cod Canal. Five hundred men will soon bs em- ployed. : ' . ' ' • ' Since 1877. A call was made for the first time since 1877 for the assembling in New York of the conrt of Oyer and Terminer, for the purpose of investi- gating the recent frands in the city treasury. An Old W o m a n * Mrs. Bridget Finnegan died at New York on the 17th inst., at the somewhat advanced age of 107 years. She was born in Ireland, and never learned to Bpeak the English language. Rio t i n H u n g a r y . There was a sanguinary affray at Miava, Upper Hungary, on the 15tb, between Slavs and Magyars. Troops were compelled to fire upon the rioter* and order was restored with much dificulty. Startling-. In the Catholic cougress at Naples, on the 12th last, a letter from a Roman duke was read, declaring that 60,000 Catholics in Italy are ready to strike for the restoration of the temporal power...

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 — 2 November 1883

||gji$0j^^ 5S w?T~,~*r^,*M,^^|^*«~~i ^^S^^^iSSSSlKl^^^^^s^^P^lp^^fS^^^ .': \"PR1NCE» BTBETH DAY. ..\" H etmo a rtnnsrr to onr town, ind for theohlld wetoera«bthim, And never asked the trading man frov m whom or whence he brought ninu — ' He hid » mournful, suxions look, an almost human sighing, A low-voiced, wistful, piteous call, that made one feel like Ctjlug, But he wais steady, tad and trtte, and that was all we needed, Bo so one but the little maid Die odd behavior And from hla stall to pastures green she daily ealted or led him, Onto he learned to know and love the little band tfcatfedhinv And BWH nberied to understand his brown eyes' helplesa pleading, Until we, too, the mystery sought, but somehow failed in reading Until one day in early Fall, when every glowing em- ber From 8nmmer'B fires of glory lay beside the young September, A circus from adtstant town came flaunting to the village, the housewifeleft her busy toil, the farmer left his tillage And we were standing wh...

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 — 2 November 1883

1 YBAB fli a I« «*k ^6e. j 3 MOA, 40e. Entered, as second-class matter, » at tfae Tort office at Sturgeon Bay. \\ AND HAPPENINGS. Mrs. Geo. Spear is again dangerously ill, 0. E. Dreutzer is at Madison again on legal business. H. M. McNally visited Kewaunee this Week on business. Mrs. E. A. Thompson has returned from a visit South. The potato crop has not panned out as \"Wavy as was expected. The ladies of Sturgeon Bay now know exactly what the \"book-fiend\" i8. Chairman John Fetzer, of Foreatville, beamed upon our city Wednesday. Mr. John Burck goes to the We=it shore to-day, to be absent several weeks. Mr. Warren Hanks, of Leathern, has been in town a few days this week. November, with its chilly winds and probable snow-storms, is now with us. The little child of Chris. Leonhardt has been quite ill, but is now recovering. The little child ofFrank Destree, scald- ed as we before noticed, died Wednesday. A. Biiesner sold fourteen organs in eight weeks, which he called fair busi- ...

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 — 2 November 1883

PFBLIKHBD BTEBT FBIDAT BT @HAS. I. UASOOL STURGEON BAY. .'• ..NOV. 2, 1883. HOVKMBBB KLBCTIOS8. On Tuesday next, important State elec- tions occur in ten States. Of these ten, the Democrats quite coefficiently claim eight, to wit: Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. They concede to the Republicans only Minnesota and Nebraska. The Republi- cans do not confidently claim that this figuring is wrong—thejr only rather mildly protest that it is by no means certain that Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia will not go in their favor. One leading Western paper finds comfort in the fact that the result in only two of these States—New York and Virginia—will foreshadow the verdict in next year's Presidential trial. If ttey go Democratic, then good-bye to Republican ascendency, the chances are all against it Only the grossest Demo- cratic mismanagement at the coming congressional Session could turn the tide. But just t...

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 — 2 November 1883

' . . . • * $ ' • . NEWSINBKIEF. Killed by anAvalancbe . _ An avalanche at Asaro, Catania, on the l?tfc, overtime d six workmen. Five were killed. lAndtdown e Mua.ngnxa.ted. Tbe Marquis ol Laridsdowne, the new gov- ernor-general of Canada, was sworn in on the 23d. - Blood money* The viceroy of Canton, China, has asked for 1,000,000 taels to pay damages incurred in tne recest riots. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Bobbers Condemned. Seventeen'peasants in Styria, Austria, have beeD condemned to imprisonment for robbing Jews. . Tar an d Feathers. A church fight at Wallpack Center, N. J., re- sulted on the 23d, in the tarring and feathering of the innocent church organ. sttenvi n Guilty. Frank B. Sherwin was found guilty of crim- inal contempt of court at Albany, on the 24tb, but will probably be let down easily as the jury has recommended mercy. Gent Steadman Dead. Gen. James B. Steadman died at Toledo, on the 18th, of pneumonia. He was 65 years old. At the time of his death he was chief of police of 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 — 9 November 1883

I')T ?'i\" OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS-STURGEON BAY. - Vavnr C. SCOHeitl Strk I . ..L.M.8herraan r t r A t i o m w G- W.Allen $ 1st Ward, Aldermen j _ . _. D. H. JBCOM «, „ i .„.....\".\".\".' Arnold Woeener 2d Ward j . John Ma^e l * ----- .John By«n 3d Ward \\ —••—•—••. jjr,j A TUompstm TlVt'Wiiril '.'......Geo. NelBon Supervisors J 2d Wird.\".\"\"\"— -Ynjr« D ^ t w r Treasurer ^ M W \" d - - - r : ^ . ^ S n Police JnM'ce -----.-- -•'**• £--£ttrr Justices o{ uie n,.nc«.. -.Tac'h Peh» la^ B Carr City Snpenniei.iU-i.i .* Schools—-F. J. Humiltrn -Assessor •-• C A. 5»ae«e Street Com\"mU!-\"»i^ • • -F. B. Parkman rJTu'NTY OFFICERS: / County Clerk CH| ! * « » « District Attorney - A I L fl?S 8S3C:-:::::~:-::?^S© \" ^ XSa~pQ8t-0jnre Addresses60* Bay- R ^Harbor\"'\"-- ...Eucene Cordier & 8 ? « ^ i r i i ' - — '- John Fetzer ^''rTnJr \".V.V .V.V..V ..V.Joseph Dalemont ttort \".:... : John T. Papnall l?bert\"«rove.... - Archie vfiltee V . vaniiee E - Kinney » t o \...

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 — 9 November 1883

, TSBM8 0F SUBSCRIPTION: 1 YEAR, $1.50. J « MOB, T5C. j 8 MOA, 408. Entered, as secohdHelasa matter, ^ I at the Post Office at Sta igeon Bay- f i 8TURGEONBAY. ...NOV. 9,1883. AND HAPPEXIJT6S. Carpenters are scarce and busy. Att'y H. T. Scudder is South on legal , - business. E. B. Graham and lady, of Fish Creek, are in the city. ... C.H.Forsyth has returned from his business trip South. . L. M. Washburn and family are visit- ing in Chicago this week. Mrs.Shafer is spending the week in Green Bay, visiting relatives. Since the late rains, roads in the coun- try are \"absent on dirty work.\" Peter Campbell, of Jacbsonport, was among our agreeable callers Tuesday. Oats and peas at present, seem to have - been the best crop for farmers to raise. Mrs. Chas. Sofenson is on the improve from prostration caused by sea-sickness. Mr. Wilder Brooks, of Bailey's Harbor, . bought Dr. Sbper's.fleet-footed roadster. The old Depere Facts now reaches our table as the Twin City Index, and is much impr...

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 — 9 November 1883

: -/r vrmusmn vnxtraiim BT STURGEON B A Y . . . .NOV. 9. 1888. ELKCTIOS. The elections last Tuesday did not Confirm the full hopes of the Democrats, nor the fears of the Republicans. Butler .was beaten in Massachusetts by some 12,000. That stops his presidential boom. The vote Was far the largest e**r polled in the State, Butler receding 30,000 more votes than when elected. There were more against him, though- enough more to bury him. ^ n immense amount of betting n*ne changed hands. In New York the Republican Secretary of State was elected by about 15,000 ma- jority, and tha* party has a majority of the Legislative- The election of Treas- urer and .comptroller is still in doubt with prospects in favor of the Republi- cans. Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Min- nesota, and Nebraska all went Repubii- ntn by decisive majorities. In Virginia Mahone-ism is defeated by the Demo- crats, and they also carried New Jersey and Maryland. Low, Independent, was re-elected Mayor of Brooklyn over Hen- d...

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 — 9 November 1883

V \\ , NEWS IN BRIEF. Tbey Got E,etU Bya mistake in the train a party of train rob- bers at Walnut Bidge, Ark., got captured in- stead ot getting the loot they were after. ' Coal i n Ohio. Dispatches of the 26th report the discovery of new coal fields in Toscar*waa County, Ohio. Great excitement exists in the vicinity. Biar Cotton Failure. Dispatches on the 80th state that the great London cotton firm of Morris, Banger & Co.. have closed their doors. The indebtedness of the firm is placed at £440,000. Rioters Sentenced. The ringleader of the Orarjge riots at Coal- bridgf-, Scotland, la 6Uim*r has been sen- tenced to two years imprisonment. Another active participator was sent up for nine months. Died from f-.ockJ.aw. M a t t h e w K e e u a n , a 10-year-old Beloit b o y , die d a t t h a t plac e o n t h e 25t h fro m lockjaw, c a u s e d b y a s h i n * injury, t o o n e or hi s l e g s re - c e i v e d a f e w d a y s previous . C h i c a g o l i c e n s e * . T h e tes t o ...

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 — 16 November 1883

Historical Booms, m •mm . OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS-STURGEON BAY. Mayor... ....,- ^ . „ . . — i.. k ....C.:8coflela CleTk i . : •..... ..-.--I*M . Sherman City A t t o r n e y . . . i . . . l . . i . . . - . -- Q. W. Allen „ ™ * .,,, - J . A. Campbell 1st Ward, Aldermen | \" ^ D . H . Jacobi „^ „ , . ( .\".*\"...\" \" Arnold Waffener 2d W a r d } - - . . . . . . . J o h n Masse . J ' ^ * j * \" \" \" \" ' \" . \" \" . - . . . - J o h n Rynn 3d Ward - K l i A~Thompeon . T i r f W a r a ' . . . . . . - . .Geo Neleon Supervisor* J 2 d Wsrd.. ^ \" ^ ^ 2 5 5 ! . ™ ' / 8 d W a rud t.\\ -FeMniann Treasurer f * u \" B r C. L- Netoon Margbal. \".'..V:. . \" .\"'.'.'.'.. Sert. B»ei.be..«on Police Justice.... :•-••', i £ r .Tiifticesof the P.'ncP...-.Tnc 0«hC? j 8 ? . B * a r r City Superintendent of Schools- — F. J- ijamiuVn Assessor.. .'. - \\1- A-.yn*«K Street Commissioner...•• - - F B - Turkman COIN TY UFKHERS: County Jnflce -,--- : --•-?• £ V,*\"\"*\"\" Pnimriiite'naent ...

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 — 16 November 1883

' I W I M I iKi^j-'^wg^^ryBBBiBi SSaWHffliWM mm TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1 iEAB,-ft:5a-| 6:Moa. 75c. | 3 M0S, 40c 4 Entered, as ««eco\"d-«l»»9 matter, {. . \" r at the Port Office at Sturgeon Bay f itDRGEON BAY...... ...NOV. 16,1883. AN D IUITEXINGS. What $ represents is everybody's fa- vorite. Thank3?ivinK day two weeks from yesterday. Axtel Dreutzer, of Chicago, is spending a few weeks in our city. Boys have been skating on Spear's Jake for two or three days past. In this cold weather late to bed and early to rise, is a proverb to despise. Mr. Jos. Campbell goes into camp on last winter's ground, early next week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Ives last Saturday—a 10^ pounder- The enterior of A. W. L. & Co.'s new elevator is to be all iron—roof included. Sidney Palmer is recovering rapidly. Me already gets upon the street occa- sionally. If a business man desires to retire to quiet life, all he has got to do is to quit advertising. H. G. Spring, of Bailey's Harbor,...

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 — 16 November 1883

PUBLISHED-IflBi'FRIDAY B t THE ELEt'MOKS. The November elections this year have their great significance in their sup- posed bearing upon the Presidential con- test of next year. The New York Sun of the 6th says \"One of the most compli- cated, curious, peculiar, and perplexing political contests that we have ever wit- nessed, closes with the elections that are held this day \" and it further declares that whether the doubtful States will be still found \"bound to the Republican machine, or thoroughly emancipated and started anew upon the highroad of Democratic progress, is one of the ab- sorbing uncertainties connected with these State elections.\" On the 8th the Sun says: \"The events of Tuesday have removed all doubt, if any existed before, in the minds of Intelligent people, that the election of 1884 will not be a holiday festival for the Democracy. In that struggle, they will not be able to have everything according to their w n fancy and their own pleasure,\" It also says: \"N...

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 — 16 November 1883

Mii ilB^iiiiBRIEF. V'-':^' :.':••Â»*»«,m'. Serria . I Kfteen htindred well aruied rebels occupy a -Btrong Ration in Servla. They will too have achaiice to cope with the regular troop?. A frn*«ri*t'« F a t a l Mistake . Mrs. Frederick Jacober, of Baltimore, d3ed on the 1st inst., from taking medicine improp- erly labeled by a draggit Thaukaffivins* GOT. Kask has issued the usual Thanksgiv- ing procJamatiou, appointing Thursday, the 29th inst. as a day of thanksgiving. Anothe r m i n e Horror* A fire damp explosion on the morning of the 7th inst., imprisoned 110 miners in a colliery at Lincolnshire. Eng. At last accounts only 50 of the unfortunate men had been rescued. . none t o Piec s. A dispatch from Cheboygan, Mich., of the 4th inst., savs the schooner Monitor, which weut ashore at Sen! Choix on the 31st has gone to pieces and is a total loss. JDeatb b y Fire . Dnring the progress of a fire in a factory at Eonbaix, France, on the 6th int-t., a quantity of benzine exploded, kil...

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 — 23 November 1883

••'- 'r?.' - CITY O F F I C B R d - S T O ^ l W N t o . ^ ^!:-: :^::::\"::::::^:::^:.:^^«ffl, Gity A t t 0 » e y . . . . . . - ^ . - w . . : : « - K . O : W ^ 1st Ward, Aldermen j \" \" * \" * . : „ „ . . . D. H. Jncobi V \" . - — . . Arnold Wasfenet 2d Ward \" * : . \" \" \" \" \" . „ . . . „ _ . . „ John Masse ! — - - — — * - . . . . . . John By\"n 3d Ward { *.*.-.. Kit A. Thompson ' 7 i \" H V i T \" a r d : : : . - . - . . - - - . - . ^ n ^ ^ \" S n r ^ r v i 3 o r 9 { | d W . r d . . , - - . - . . - . - Y ^ y e F D ^ t « n r S d W a r d . - . - , . - - . . . — « £ ^ N ! l g ( ) n Treft«nror.... -\"Kent Stepheii«on Marshal — . — — - ^ P * J V B . Carr Police Justice c'n^ka J** R Tnrr .7tt«tic«*of th e P * n p e ^ . Jacobj * h . £ ' 4 % a \" A.*™ City SnperVmeWehVTirScI.o)l5...- J- W \" ^ \" Street C o m u r i ^ - i i e r - ^ - - - - - - - - * • »• raraman E , sheriff:'.-. A mold Wagenef T r e k S .1. . . . . . - E H A. Thonjp^n Omnty Clerk - Oias. A. Vowe S e t Att...

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 — 23 November 1883

mmt ^&U#^^*™ ******* ^ 1 : # iiityoii Oince iii Sturgeon Bay f. 8TURGEO.V ftAY NOV. 25,1S83. A5 BAPPEM5GS. \" . V. Jtf.JHtttJcliin8oi is in Chicago on bus- * ifness. V . L. D. tyjwry, town clerk of Egg Harbor -, , v- * T&0 weather in getting as changeable \"•\"\" !iw. a'toan who runs for office. -.-r•, .' p^tn pfesent appearances, this is go- ing, to be a \"I donno winter.\" \" ~ *\" Mr.'dnria Helm, proprietor of the Fish ' Creek House, was in the city yesterday. -Last Tuesday evening Eev. E. Blame' - - : returned^rom his mission at Ege Rax- • . , . b t . w . . . -.--• ••*••'- '-• ' v : v *• fiSrSexcicas at Lawrence's Hall next Sunday at U o'cjockju at. and 7 o'clock * ^yton:'Th6»,*raelin salesman for Vt-^^ftTOaittOTiJffcreenBay, is in the elty. . - - • rT*uman'Thorpe/of the firm of L. D, •-•--• Thorpe & sou, Egg Harbor, is in the . -city- --.,-..'- .The wife of Mr.B. Winneger. A. Booth'* . competent superintendent, is visiting \" Iter huabaad. „ * Lolito Signer, for ...

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 — 23 November 1883

Â¥$€0: % « HJBU8HBD jBtEBT FBIDAT BT POLITICAL POWEll OP CITIES. -, The political sferios_P* at least two powel^U^tat^^he Empwe. and }h« Keystone, as the^«MC callerl-48 fre- ^quehtiyieeded &**&ȣ?*» ottheii-two • • * wBepaUicaD, tbeaty of New York 1? -.- j/egtfcr&icr aad so enormous is the vo«e oi tbdtetter.ai^so8troDglyis it Qiprioo* oraticwfteatbe factions ardunltt'/vlnft fifty thousand Repnblican majfray in the State outside the city is j#jsm& to twenty and even thirty thousand Demo- cratic majority when th^ city vote is counted in. The legip»tpe may bedered very largely Republic because each District in the Statelets its own man, and a majority Q rthe members do not, \"fortunately, haR from -the great city and at the 8a«»« Uroe the State officers may—to a m*h—be Democrats and elect- ed by decide majorities. .\" In Pennsylvania, o n t n e other hand, there\"*8* holds. The State is, by_a smal-' majority possibly, Democratic. phAadelphia is strongly Repub...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 November 1883

m^^Mm^^^ Three isiillaJea birges Drblte adrift frojnaa tutr off the c^iwt oi Conneqtim^durin the gale of the iitb,and foundtied. Eight lives lost. '. %Xit%fJh£JU£!tfi'}) J. • Jews wejre a^allsSe'l ky a jaab at Z?loevoe, fiuBga»^jpa'thtr8tn #vt. ^Ehe?oTOlicefiVed.on and dkipewed*lfi« •iwtera^ Mtfing two and wounding several, ...i^...: Excursionlo,Nd«way. Two hnadredand fifty Norwegian excttTBion- igfrtef^ObicaKo^for their nativB land on the 8ih. Ab- nt six taodredmore wiU follow about the end of the month. \" \"\" ' Sexeit Sten JSrovaed* O. M. Cu.Be, superintendent of the state fish Jbatotwries of Michigan, and six others were drowned,at Peto$key, on the 11th inst., by thtujapstztng of a spall boat. ''\"* \"ttfrecfc? o f t b e Norman. 1 dispatch from ftetrofcof the 12th says the steambarge Norman, owned, by B. G. Peters, of I«anl8tee/Mich.,*strack'tto pier at Pent- water and wtotto piece*, -, v '/.•\" * «''i*n».*i «Ss*» 'ii^f«»iitMtvriii. -*«& • • •*• ••• Captures} f...

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 — 30 November 1883

Clerk....«--... . . ~ - ~ . . . * « * ^ » - « l - l I ' » « M » 1st Wart, Aldermen) * • ^ £ * £ £ £ ~ i D . H. ttec-M •MM \\m - i - ! . . . w . . . . . . . r . . — . . . Arnold W i j p a * M Wirt | \" * — - ' - ,* ^ - . . . . ^ . „ . . . Joan KMM «.« — _i l \" \" * ! . ~ ~ . . ^ . . . . — . . . . . i . J « * D * y \" td Wart 1 ~ r . i . . . . ^ . . B U A.Tb«niwoi» 8npenrl8orB-« W » r d . , . . . . . . . . « T B r w f J 2 \" ^ « Police Jri8tlc«-....-..^—-vv^w^\"%! : * S 5 - Justices of the Peace.. . Jacob ^ ^ - i * * . ^ . ? * ^ City Superintendent of Scnool».-.-.F. J. UtmiitMi Street Commftsrioner. -..---:~ ~:^- B. Fmrkman COUN-TY OPMCBR8J Countv J a d r e — . . . . . . * t . . i . . ^ . . „ P . J. Hamiltota Sheriff.— .- --,-. . . . - . . • . . . i . . * . m o i M * Scott TJepuy Sheriff. . . . . . . . . . . . » . . . A n i o l d w a g e B « Treasurer..,.-... .........m f A. Tho»P« » County Clerk.—.—.... k »^......Cbaa. A. Maa»B District Attoniejr..^........

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 — 30 November 1883

wmm 1 tl»W l&Bfc I9 *°** \"JSe. 18 noa, 40e. Katered, ta eecon4-cl«*s nutter,'. -\"-'l-••' •*:,«t the Port Office at Sturgeon B»jr. |\\ AND HAPPENI5GS. The flays now have to be pieced out at both endi with artificial light. Landlord W?edi thinking of paying oldI York State a visit in the near futefe. Thte is not exactly good Indian j3um- mer^but excellent pappoose weather— Sqdally! • . Mrs. G. W. Marsh is slowly recovering from her Injures recently inflicted by a heavy fall. Mr. Anton Eichinger, of Little Stur- geon, was among our pleasant callers Wednesday. Mrs. Hahn, landlady at the Northwest- ern House, has returned from her visit to Pennsylvania. Mrs. Geo. Bassford and Miss Brown, of Sevastopol, were aggreeable callers at this office Saturday. Dr. Hutchinson lost his valuable horse while In Green Bay a few days since. The cause of the death is not known. Wm. A. Lawrence has the wire fence in front of his homestead completed, giving an additional finish to his place. Mr....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 30 November 1883

nmmmm mm mm mmm wmm \" rtmiSlTBD EVEBY FRIDAY BT STURGEON BAY, ..' • .NOV, 30, 1883. THE ISDIVIOIJALiSOFFlCB Personal claim to an office, personal right to itjpersonal demaudof lt-that is the prevailing style in politics. It makes office to beibadly filled and badly used. There is a great host of professional office seekers-office gainers they,are too, and that is what keeps them a host—and they are men who, out of office, have no other business than that of getting back into office. And there are multitudes of others who are in laudable pursuits, but who are always watching narrowly for an opportunity to put in their claims. The ghost of a chance is enough to bring out a petition from them. There is noToronto chance now-adays for an office to seek a man no time is given for electors to look around and ask Whom shall we call to fill this vacancy in the work of carrying on government? The crybreaking \"The kinglis dead—long live the king\" is uttered in one breath. So the tramp of ou...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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