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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 30 November 1883

mWS IN BRIEF. :'.y V l n t e r Cholei Dispntcbes from Maduson, Wfe.. of the 20tb report fifteen cases of winter cholera,vtiih one death from the disease np to that date. Eng-ltali Justice* John Alfred Burgan, a diBhonest bank man- ager of Birmiugbam, JEngland, was sentenc- ed on the 14th to fifteen years at hard labor. - - N e w Standard Time . Nearly all the prominent railroads in the country adorited the new standard time at noon on the 18thInst. ' . Lost i n Chesapeake B a y . A report on the 15th inst., says it is thought at least twenty lives were lost in Chesapeake Bay in the recent terrific gale. The shores are btrewn with wrecks. Fire Men Crashed. A gravel bank near Dallas, Texas, caved in on the 15th inst. burying five laborers. Four were killed or fatallv injured, the fourth escap- ing with a crushed ankle. All for Peace. A Berlin dispatch of the 15th says Germany is about to send a special enjoy to Pekin for the purpose of patching up a peace between France and China iu 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 — 7 December 1883

Historical Booms. •lj$0$i:: OFFICIAL ^tfeggrORY^ . CMT QFFlCBR8-8ttJRGEOH BAT. Hayor .......:* .....—C.Scoaeld Clerk .'—- ....I*M. Pherman City Attorner.....——-~——- T - 6- W. Allen t.t Waro, Aldemen) \" - \" - - • \" - \" J ^ ft^bl ^ J ,_ . 1 . ._ .* \" Arnold Wspener 2d Ward J -—.—-• nu ^ M n M e . , „ . j — \" — \" I','\".'.'.'.. John Ky»n 8d Ward m -- \" \" EJJ A . Thompson 7Virt*Ward '..\"— .'Geo. Nelson Snpervisorslad Ward.\"\". Ynf?reB.?w\"t„J!eJ!' SdWard... rt e l wS!S2 Trea«urer -— c - L - Nelson Marshal... ........ Sept. Stephenson t Police Justice,.---- v - v ^ v - ? ' - £ 8 r Justice* of ihePeace... Jacob Dehos., lasPartananCaB. City Superintendent Schools...-F. J. Hamilton j Assessor.-.. °\" Street Commissioner.-.. C . A5MassreI . ...P B . n COUNTof Y OFFICERS : County Judge ...\".„ „F. J. Hamilto° n Superintendent of Schools C. M. Smith Sheriff.. -— Thomas Scott Uepuy Sheriff.... Arnold Wageuet Treasurer Eli A. Thompson County Clerk- Chas. A. Masse District Attorne...

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 December 1883

a Mi TERmO*SUBSCRIPTION* 1 yEAB, $1.50* j.8Moa, TSCi 13 Moa, 40B. 1 at taePoat Office at Stnrgeon Bay, f AND HAPPEJTI5GS. Dr. Mullen has been appointed health officer. \"Railroad racket\" is a little scarce in SturgeonBay. . The stage from Green Bay, brought in sixteen passengers on Tuesday. , Christmastwo weeks from next Tues- day. Paste this in your wallet. John Bley, one of the honest grangers from Jacksonport, is in the city. It^-For books, toys, candies, fruits, nuts, etc., go to the News Depot. Merchant Gustav Pfeifer, of Bailey's Harbor, paid this city a flying visit Tuesday. If you want to buy a good Christ- mas present for young or old, go to the News Depot Mr. John Hamilton, after a week's visit in this city, has returned to his home in Michigan. The mails are. brought in nearer to acedutettme since -the roads have been getting in better shape. Lou. Rignor is happy since the arrival of his bull-terrier dog, which was sent fron^Milwaukee, Monday. Dr. Mullen has about comple...

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 December 1883

* '4 3EC 7. 1883. OEBUIMASWEUING. It is a signiBcaht hint of what party tactics include among the things to be done by the soccessful side, that, in fore- shadowing the defeat of the \"ins' andprefers succes9of the \"oats\" in some doubtful State, the newspapers intimate **a re-dis- tricting of the State\" as the first thing to be done when- the legislature shall assemble- It means, simply, that the Senatorial and Representative districts need re-adjusting as to their boundaries, in Order to make party victory more cer- tain. In this carving of a State, neither party has been always superior to the temptation .to so slice it as to make as many districts as posible have a majority for the then dominant side. Here, for instance, is territory for three districts. The natural and fair division—such groupings of towns as would make the district most convenient and compact, and include in it those whose interests are interwoven—would send two demo- crats and one republican to the legisla-...

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 December 1883

-1P^: ,I^JWS::IN :BRIEE. 'SewJerley t*8 paaa^ itramp law^whi^ w u W l ^ ^ ^ ^ 2 2 d ' AU tramps sr^es^ art pafrtaw» chain ganjc to work oa ' thegtoeeti '. '•\"''_\" \"'-' '--'•'• .''\"'.-'-' Drowned tot 8wi«s««rlaiid A collision occurred on Lake Geneva, Swttzer- aod. on the 23d, between the steamers^Cygne audjtojnae. The latter Bajok, drowniog twenty personam ' .•• - Habit. Crlm. : \"& burglar named William Sullivan was sen- tensed & prison for twenty years at Chicago^ on the 28th, under thenew\" habitual criminal act, itbeing hia third offense. After Gladstone's Scalp* Block* of atone were placed onthe track near v Wolrerbamtos, Sag., on the 28tb, for the par- pose of wrecking a train on which Gladsione wftB^eitpec^BdtotraTel. \"• - , Committed for Trial* The examinationof Mrs. Long, the confessed KnraMerer o t Harvey Whittemore, was con- cluded at Dartford on the 28th, and Bbe is now awaiting trial on a charge of willful murder. Pleaded Guilty. George Warren, ex-manage...

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 December 1883

Historical Edoms. C3TFT OFKCBRS--StnRGEOHBAY. •'- . Hayor. w . . . . . ....-.....—.^C Seeteltm Clerk ^.....i..i^..~-.-^M..~.ii.L-M.Slien»m City AttorneY-—-- --....—~ v G. W. Allen 1st Ward Aldermen I * ........... D. H. Jaccbl •Â» «r _* i ....^.,.~-~—— « Arnold.Wapener sa ware- : : : :L..._.. i .......„ John M « «« ' : „ . i .... . ..... JohnRy»» 8d Ward \\ _ _ ___ Ell A. Thompson \"flirt Ward..... .S..- Police Juetlce....... ...Jas. B. can Justices of\"the Peaw^-.Jacob Dd»«». J*»i B. Can City Superintendent of Schools.—*- J_ Assessor Street Commissioner. Hamilton ...C. A. Mais* F.B.Farkmas COUNTY OFFICERS: , „ ' rvmntv Jndee - -—V. J. Hamilton Bnp^tendfntof Schools .JO. M. Smith Sheriff - -—- Thomas Scott Penny sheriff............... Arnold Wdfeeaer Treasurer -Ell A. Thompson County Clerk ..........Cnas. A. Masse District Attorney O. E. Drenteei Clerk of Circuit Court.......—~.-Allen HigglM Register of Deeds James Keogh, Jr. Surveyor.....'..i (did not qualify) Coroner ....

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 December 1883

*:$*&' : rr.j^v.Hf ^?* IWTAB.-jiBki* uos^75c 18 MOV*** | i t the Port Office at Stnrgctm Bay. I ASTD HAPPENINGS. Tax paying time draws near. The almanac season has opened. . Green Bay is to have electric light. - ._.fi2T Fresh oysters at the Board of Trade. Remember the tax-collector, for he'll not forget you. The Kosstith Honse.at Manitowoc has changed proprietors. Jerry Marrier has gone to Canada, on a trip for his health. Attorney Cody is again visiting Apple- ton on legal business. Two Rivers people are obliged to pay • 4 per cent* city tax. : \" tWFresh oysters, in any style de- sired, at the Board of Trade. The Messrs. Heilmann.are doing good work with.their clover huller. A female barber has commenced Trading lather at Manitowoc. The usual holiday boom has arrived, and trade in the stores is lively. tSrFor. books, toys, candies, fruits, nutsj etc.,go to the News Depot. The white frost on Wednesday morn- ing was equal to a little fall of snow. Dr. Sibree has purchased a ne...

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 December 1883

••?*$§!£ m VVVHSBXD BTSBT FRIDAY BY STURGEON BAY. ..DEC. 14. 1883. THE PRBSIDEHrS MESSAGE. The first page of the EXPOSITOR is de- voted to the message of President Ar- thur, to Congress. It at once occurs to the reader that it has been drawn care- fully as regards any effect it may have in a political way. But few recommen- dations are made, and they are of minor importance. The message in the main is a review of the country's condition, and standing with other nations. It lacks in scholarly statesmanship, and shows President Arthur to be a man of but ordinary ability-though a shrewd politician. . *--^ - FOB PBEMOEST. The Presidential question is coming more and more to the front every day. The Republican National Committee met on Tuesday at Washington tofixup the place where the National Convention shall be held. The competing places were Chicago, Philadelphia, and perhaps Cincinnati. We have not learned which place got it. Gen, Grant is again put forward, and there is a growing ...

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 December 1883

N v at t h e p o i n t o f a revolver , b u t t h e t e a m r a n away , tnrow&ig h i m biitvwben^tfa e p n i B o m g part y cani e n p a n d b o r e d h i m f a l l o f h o l e s . T h e las t m a n w a s afterward s c a p t u r e d , m a r - s h a l S u t l e r wiU recover . NEW&IN BKIEF. A C r o o k e d Detective* Charles H a l e y , chie f o f t h e N o r t h - W e s t e r n Railwa y detectiv e service a t Chicago , i s u n d e r arrest, c h a r g e d wit h b e i n g c o n n e c t e d w i t h a g a n g o f m o n t e sharps . B e l i g i o a M R i o t . A serious u p r i s i n g a g a i n s t P r o t e s t a n t s o c - curre d a t W e x f o r d , I r e l a n d , o n t h e e v e n i n g o f t h e 2d . Severa l w e r e s e v e r e l y i n j u r e d . P r o t - e s t a n t c h u r c h e s a n d h o u s e s w e r e s t o n e d . F r a n k J a m e s * F r a n k J a m e s w a s t a k e n befor e t h e K a n s a s Cit y criminal cour t o n t h e 4 t h i n s t . fo r pre - limin...

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 December 1883

S^__„rre*\"*\".v. r ^ 1 . ^ . - 6 . W. Allejni City A t t o ^ T „ „ „ . - . T , . ^ « . , - ^ A C i m I b s IrtWsrt , Aldermen j \" . . .......D.H.Jatbt l i ™ , - — Arnold Wittenet gdtfwr* •\"*•\"* \" . . . . . O - ^ o l i n Mww« ,V t \" \" \" ' \" \" \" r \" „- ......iJobnRy» n Sd Wirt • } \" \" * \" *** „. .BH A. Thompson S H p e r v ^ I l d W a r d r ^ ^ ^ f f i f f i Juettcesof the Peace-- .Jac»bPehw,Jn^B^«\" ( , a t y Sopertnten^eiit of S c h o o t o . - . - F - J - « « » ^ n Street Commitaioner...,. .--• r_^g - -f r a r K r a a D COUNTY OFFICER^ _ « . . _ _ . • ^.„.,_.„ T„A^« . . . . . . . F . J. Hamilton Sheriff..- .-- . Pejmy Sheriff——*—- - Treasurer ....,. r .. . County Clerk...--——-•• District Attprney...,^...-. Clerk of Circuit Court-... Register of D e e d s . . . . . . Thrnnaa Scott ,.i—Arnold Wagener . ..Eli A*. ThompwNi .^.—Chas. A. MasM ..O. E. Dreutwr \"\"„ Allen Biggins .JamesKeogh, Jr. Surveyor.............—(did not qnahfy). „ . Coroner.. -- ... . .Mar...

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 December 1883

i.%& $i m J* ko&i \"JSc j 8 MOB* 40c .l, \\ ^«t the P*Mjt Offlce4t Sturgeon,tey.I STURGfiONBAY J • .VDEC. 21^ 1883. ASD HAPPEJfl5GS. „. .JohaDay, of Beaver Island, ia in tlie city. ' . ' • ' • . • Peter Larson, of Juddville, is quite . 6iek. Skating parties will be all the rage on Christmas. Vennor said \"cold\" about now, and for a wonder cold it is. W. H. Warren went north Tuesday, to make some necessary surveys. Teams have been crossing the Bay on ice, for a few days past. Mrs. L. D. Thorpe, of Egg Harbor, is suffering from severe sickness. Judge Hamilton and Leopold Jacobs , ^w§nf p. Green Bay, Wednesday. Alex. Lnniberg, of Juddville, spent a few days in the city this week. Gov, Hans' Johnson, of Newport, was in the city several days the past week. By order of the Board, the city schools stand closed from to-day until Monday tbe3l9t. The frame work of the Smith & Daley elevator is completed and the building enclosed. John Fhel, of Washington county, is here for the...

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 December 1883

m% m mm. PUBLISHED BTBBY TOIDAT B T * O'DOHJiELl. HOSG. . • Patrick ODonnell was hung a* 8 o'clock Monday morning. His plea on the trial was that he shot Carey in self- defence simply, and not as an avenger. He confessed to his brother at the last moment that he belonged to the Invinc- ibles, that he shot Carey willfully, and that he gloried in the deed. Probably the Teal facts will not be known. The prior history of the man is in doubt- there are several stories about him. If he intended to be a hero, he made a bad bungle of it. If those who make a great outcry against his conviction and exe- cution intend him for a patriot martyr, they have made a=mess of it. Both he and they should have kept at one role from the beginning, to be consistent. This claiming that he is an avenging hero, and then that he killed his man In a sudden brawl to save his own life, all in onebreath, Won't hang together. If he. was trying to avenge his country's wrongs hy killing a betrayer, he should have me...

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 — 21 December 1883

P8j^sSJB8Snrifi*i»iWr1^^^ ^il^iiiiBRiEffc * Ati^i«a«ditorand* laeinbeEWf tW5ervi»n chamber if depnttea,-w.ere condemned to death Fourcorn-fed Kentocfcians refusedtoleave a etill-Bpuse on the 9tb, when ordered to do BO by the proprietor. Besn't, four fnneralB. ^^•V::.'^'-::B»ave:BicK» PB»(ba» , • A dtepatch ef thelltb, Bftyait is claimed that the body of Hicks Pasha baa been found on the scene of the recent ambush, one hand grasping a sword and the other a revolver. v'lHne Vessels vritb 129 Uvea* A dispatch from GIpuoeater, Mass., says It is feared that four more of the overdue fishing vessels are lost, making nine in all, with at least 129 onboard. ACrpolied Detective* Charles Haley, chief of the North-Western Bailway detective eeryice at Chicago, is under arrest, charged with being connected with a gang of monte sharps. - Mr^tefions Explosion. A coal stove at Castleton, N. Y., exploded on the 7th in a moat mysterious manner, de- molishing everythingin the room and seriously...

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 December 1883

•Police Jo*Wce r '!iik.ti ''''C'-iii'ii-if-JS\"**\"'\"\"-^\"^- County 3*m^-----^v:. ,.u» JV^IWinlttofe n e r k ^ . U . ^ - . v ^ ^ - ^ ^ ^Wf | S ::Entityt Distric A t t ^ e y ^ - ^ - ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ g ^ l ^ m B t Clerk ofCircuitConrt.i ..i....4 v .Alle HlgglM Coroner.^.i^:..w^-~.v-----W„..MartiB. H»yes MEMBER* OF^COUSIT BOAHI ^ , »ailey'» Harbpr..^.....~.i.r---Jpl«P B-StephM Clay » w i t a . . . ^ - - . - - . - . . « . . . - i . ^ G - M , ^ d » t o r Gibraltar. « . . J . ~ : . . . - .w-^~-.Alex. Noble Liberty GroTe.„........»...:-...-A« WeJVJlte^ •• » City lot ward...-.— . Geo. NeUon •Â«'••\" ••••*• \" ^ w a r t l ^ . . ^ - Y . r j ) r e u t z e r o «« «« r 8d ward...-..... C* Feldmana Union 1 . . . „ ^ . „ ™ . i . . i . . . N . Joseph DeWosae WashlnRtoii.....—«.—...-r—• J o h n p - L B r B 0 D BOTHA. GE D A R S T R T HOUSED . SylvesteErEWead, Proprietor. * - Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. A first-class hotel, with Vftoderate charges. A good sample room, kept for the benefit ...

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 December 1883

or vicin- §^ith^i^ales^i^eteva^istiears c ^ t a ^ Jae£^i6rt gavepi wit8gt&? \" jlhB'^n|&&&i£ 8*MT#v$^ # linen atS^^^ 8haiftiw^^tee^^n4^nMi ^ Bbairi|^ with the Cedar Streeilipus*. , .)• - Christian He^ttiafni* 0f Bailey's Har- bor wasIn the city yesterday and one »rou£|ej/^ * JohnBagle^«f|A had his thumb am- putated, btufiwS't^^hbme in Jack- sonport yMterdai^nwn|nj^^ : AcqijyjBf^hifrfitAte Geological survey will be s^^feveiyjSehooiin tfte'eojinly won applnMtfdh'tuke town clerk:' • . , • •:. i, ~«£ • - \"* • ' ' • - LaaJaSnjpdfsr^he-Ice on Green Bay shore moved out-abouta Bjite, which temporarily interferes with Ashing. Tnereafe abtu 8 inches of snow In the n^ti^rfe'jwfttof^e^ounty, neartjidTOble^eamon*8**Inthia• ^ *\"- - ity.'•''&'£'•*::\"^'''~ • '•''•'' -.'••\"\"• • • • Held Bros., of Voseville, will build a mill near their place of business and be Teady to.operateat the opening ofvntr- igatiotr- xX^J-.*'-.- '/ - \" • ' :•' ^The total cut the past season...

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 December 1883

has too selected, the work of seeking a candidate devolves upon that party. The r a s p l o r i ^ h»8 accomplished the act of placing -^^i^reai minuSs W reti|f|^nt fr^ai active political work, and both branches of tH*Natib^tirrJegi8latare are decided- ly weak.. The/great minds that were once active la s ^ p i n s n ^ werii brought ConspicikHttsiy before the | i ^ 6 ^ ^ ia behalf ot the conn^Vahave b^n^W^^^ y inexperiencedaMor&nary men^ bat few exceptions neither party have men Berving Int the iffesent Congress whom they would dare to ttust with the honor of a presidential nomination and we cannot look forward toanexhibi of any parked statesmanship devetoplog in members of the present ^congress. Tlien where is the material to: come from? Only two channels remain--the retired statesmen mast eitherbe brought to the front again, or the great business world most furnish the necessary mate- rial. Whoever titer •candidates may be, or fromiwhatever source theycome, suc- cess tvloipliBo...

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 December 1883

J, »nalnjaringMT«Ml workmen. . :m^tSMj$mmi^^:B onthelTtninri-lorB^^^iitojirtnio jjflMjija^^^ wMhMJgedinUieJ«fl»tDnNm8t8o'clockon Bvaiaot email-pox has broken oat in , and great excitement prevailB. V.! V- '.-«.:,-W:VI•\" Tin* in Mecca. T ' ianie*Weaver, einployed in the steel worl of Hussey, Howe * Co., Kttebnrgj was caught in a belt and torn to pieces on the 19th. H e l p iforPboivI* . The President on the 19th sent a message to congreas recommending a deficiency appropri- ation of *78,000ior the Crow Indians, who are said to be m a starring condition. Tb« Frcnca in Tonqnin. • A dispatch from Paris of the 19th says it is reported there that Admiral Conrbet has en- tered and taken possession of Sontay and Bao Nino, the Chinese evacuating. Serrita^rolMca. .Twenty radicals, including the leader of the party ia the Sknptina, were executed on the 18th inst., for participating in the recent riots toServia. -'•:/•'• :• • ••••• .--. ,..f * .'•'•\\ •:.-..' UookaDrop. \"Daring a funera...

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 — 4 January 1884

iiiiiaKiBi^ +.-^ ii'iwJvIiAi Campbell .... Arnold Wajreuer • •w„.-•.'•' * iMin Mas«e iiS :.£ JAJvbti Ityan . i•.iKit\"A: T jn*mj»!«o» . ..., . , - .^i-lCi':»Oiw-' N«l«n«-' SnpirWaijr*^28 Ward....:^.U. .i..Tnpve Dpnt*e • •••'•:': . . . . ^ . i . . . ^ . . ^ I1«inan : Tren'-nte^iSSivtei-v --„„.„ .l-.^- ,-Ci 1* kelson •• Mar^at^i^iC:...-...........^ Sej.t Ptej lien«on Jii»tci».(^ |&c^'Q6e.'j v.fhcfibBeb«.Jait:-J CMy Snpfermtendentfi* ScJiooF8„V.Pv).Hamilton Street Commissioner......j^f^.faB, Faikre ..„• . V /.*^^.'p°yi^w^JtE8i' ''•.:- #\" •- County JnrJgje. .-^@gi 5^iii^F. Jlanitltnn SnpeniiUnaciJt ^:|SwD#Bfe ^^--CiMi ^milb sheriff....\".-::::u. .^sfe.^^^^Tbbina s Scott TV«a*arer .v^..X^.^^*\"\"T %sfiltA.^niompaon C«mnty CJc^r..._i-^***\".*.J..v..fcbaii- A. Ma»K District AttOTjHpir^*\" ' ^ . „ . . 0. E. Drentzer S&^il-i..'----™-(did not qualify) • • . . Coroe^Iir::.:—--L....-.:.-Martin Hayca ^TPptt^Office Address, Stnrgean Bay. * MEMBERS OF COUNTY BOARDS \"....

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 — 4 January 1884

: ^ : ^ , 3 m ^ ^ B i 8 8 ^ A3» HAPPEXJNGS. W ^ i p g s wece the main features of ... celebrating-New Years. :-.. f \"jH does the-'iiew leaf look. Have any \"' \" blots accumulated oil Its margin? AnnaJMakefleM, of Fish Creek, was the guest of Edith Marshall, Sunday last. ^ j a / ^ ' . s e e ^ h e ^ over your right shoulder, on New Year's eye? \"ClbWa io imvofce'' is a familiar play- ^ qardjnfjrpnt.of stores, .since 18gi was U8hexediln .i.-L* '•:•.*£?• W- •'• • • '-' '•'• • John Hox, of- Sevastopol, offers his improved farmufor sale. Particulars in anothe^ column.'..,' V . .^^tH^^^i^M^-^W^- O f \"logs \" wanUdy^ the purchasing agent being %f^Btiir many time3 have ydu written the old familiar 1883,.stufi$:Thursday, when it should Have been 1884. T QA'infscinian'edus concert w^ll te^iven s k bfithel&th'fnsi, for t^e benefit of the .^Qopr#Kationftl*ocietyi v- ••:**^Wdtch^WeHngs ^|njre held at the '* afefnoAI&t and Sforavian^churohes New Years:evei and were well attended. If w...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 4 January 1884

ptJBtttteD BYIBT FBIIHT BY ' : % • toimffliiMmw. tim*v®i t#felri«a df thirty fof^85 wi^li flte modest ^^a^ykfi'^gM-^-'^}^- la some things we,hope so. There Is no c^i ^ r ^eater^r^j greater gambling, '._ ^z-'^^----^~#latv3BH|.irnac:::jfcri3S^c€HSpw'L:-js^«»*«Sr\"\"\" iminnnity i n f .^p* crime, g^eatef• inefficien^rlor any thing i- p\"'cit^gorernmerit jfreatejr reputation for Jr general wickedness, than Chicago now * possesses and seems Ito enjoy. Decent people are glad to believe she \"'can't bo 'beat\" in those things. But we are not going to write a homi- ly—we sat down to merely give a few statistics, not simply to show what Chi- cago is doing* DQt td call attention to vrhrtriheWeat is doing, this compara- tively new section which 50 years ago ' tfas a'wilderness land so largely. The businesss of Chicago is all dependent upon thei territory of which it is the en- trepot. : It is an inland city—its life is gathered «from .the. country abont it. •'••'••'/Tfell what Chicago is...

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