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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 4 January 1884

'-*^&r-jlew^ • tog in tbeBJayof*Bifi^rx**h»fi^w^?nawl • - / 4 3 t e a ^ Fooorteen tfaoiigaBd cottra osuBhirei Eng.,are iW^ i i coiffl^eitte of * 'r/:r^: ' ''':i8^frl*y*3ll*^i&''! 'f:-:-i:O^'-A' - WVhilB defending the house of Peter Jones •,, *t Bloomfield,Ont from bnrglars on the night £ r of i&» 2fth, Peter l^aieliTOJHUedi/ - L -^C-j«HBWii^te'i^i«blw ••^^^\\..V••^ / :\\. . L ^ The steamer Severn exploded her boiler at : , Cartbagena, United States of ^Columbia, South ., 3Aei £^bui^!feltb.f Seven men weie killed. Daniel W. Wadley was found dead in bed at Atlanta, Ga., on the morning of the 22d. He hid on bis person fjSOO in .cash, and stock cer- tiflcateBlothe valueof #7D,0OO. ST- \" t i Captured at l^ast. Sheriff^ouli of fcwrdon Comrfy, Tenn. arrested a man on the 22d, whom he claims to be the notorious BilrVoutiger, the terror of Mis- souri ior several yeare. • v Eighteen Hundred Men. -The^faw York and West Shore Bailroad dia- • charged 1,800 laborers on the 21st...

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 — 11 January 1884

OFFICIAL Wgg|l££^ CITY OFFICERS-STURGEON BAY. JlaVorU.--...^..^..^......:^ : :.v \"C Pfiiifl^ia Clerk...-—-———..-—.-«—•—I-M.M»enin City Attorney.-.....--..—.....—— G.-W- ^'''JJ l i t Ward, Aldermen j . „ ' _ . „ . „ • . - . f n J*eM 2d Ward j '.,„.„„..„, . . „ . . . . . W n M « « « • . . -,- \\ \\ ........ ._._,........---..-John Hyim Sd Ward •{ . . . . . . . . . l i l i A l l u m ^ o n (l*t W a H . . . . . . . . . . . . .Geo Ni-I^.m Supervisors- 2d Ward. -.„-., YIIJTVK IVentzer , (SdlTartl... ......V. Feldmann Treftrnrer.. . i ...i......:.—:^.::.V.C 1* Ne!» Marslial........-^....'...-.'..-. Scj t. Ste| heu-oo PoHce-.Tii.Pt'ce..-.^—'. -:..^....:•.. ..?»' I\" forr ..711'ftice\" of the tVace...-. .TnC\"b DeV'i\". In* B t'arr City Superintendent . Sellouts.... F. .1. llnmlit-n At-peffor '.':.. ..........^..^.. -.. O. A. Ma»*e Street Commissioner. F. B. Turkman 1 COUNTY OFFICER.\": Conntv-Tnrlge . . . . . „ / : ? . 3 . ITomilton Snpennttudeut of Schools..,^. C. M. Pmttti Sheri...

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 — 11 January 1884

m BBSta 1 YEAB, $1.5& j * MOS* 75c. j & MO&i-We. Jr at the PuM Office at Stnrgeon Bay. p r: . AND HAPPENINGS. Wheat has commenced coming'in. Almost time for the January thaw. No more holidays until Washington's birthday. The week of prayer is being observed at the M. E. church. Mails come in promptly on time since the roads have become good. The open winter prophets hare taken cold and are laid up for repairs. County superintendent Smith is now putting in time visiting schools. Descriptive circulars of summer re- sorts are not very attractive at present. Mrs. Dr. Hutchinson has been quite sick for the past week but is now conva- lescent. Dr. Mullen is putting on an addition to the house he recently purchased of Mr. Reed. Merchant Wohltmann, of Bailey's Har- bor, made a brief business visit to the city Monday. N. X. Cromwell was in the city Mon- day, making purchases for his Jackson- port logging camp. Ice cutting has commenced and the harvesters are getting out some nice...

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 — 11 January 1884

M M * * ! ^ TOBLISIIKi) BTBBT FMDAT BT STURGEON BAY. ..JAN.11,1884, TARIFF DILES3U. * That there will be some action^taken by the Democrats in congresv®neern ing the tariff, is more plasty manifest siuce the return o£ mfiBf&ere to Washing- ton after the JgSliilay recess. Great anxiety is fg^flest the majority force the frej^rade issue and many leading detg$grat9 express the opinion that if- th action is taken all hope of electing the next president will be vanished. There are as many opinions as to what \"tariff for revenue only.\" means, as there are members. The representation from Ohio think the revenue should be restored on-wool, the Louisanians want sugar protected, the Mississippi members desire- a protective tariff on Jute, the Alabama members think iron should be protected, and likewise each State de- sires her products kept off the free list. When democrats face such facts as these they begin to get gloomy and confess they see no way to avoid making what they fear wil...

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 — 11 January 1884

NEWSINBEIEF. D e a t h a t 110 . Mrs, Lucy Bturel, a.colored womaD, aged 110 years, died at Milwaukee on the 28th. '•'•'/A . '•\"\"'. ••'.. - * . - ? \" Self-Murder. Abner Bond, a weil-to-do citizen of -Taylor-' vflle, III., and a cousin of EnunaBond, com- mitted suicide on the 1st ihflt. , Th e Ohio JLlqnor Dealers. The'Ohio liquor dealers,'in convention at Columbus on the 28th adopted resolutions call- ing for the repeal of the Scott law. D e a t h o f an Irish Nationalist. John McCarthy Scully, a prominent Irish nationalist, was found dead in bed at his resi- dence in New York on the 30th. Heart disease. Nail Mills Shut D o w n . On tbe 29th all the nail mills connected with , the Western association closed for six weeks, for the purpose of reducing the stocks and forcing up the price. The N e w Egyptian Commander. A dispatch from Cairo of the 18th states that Baker Pasha has started for the front, having been appointed to command the Egyptian forces at Suakim. _ _ _ _ _ _ Murder...

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 — 18 January 1884

P* *«iaaj3r^- , , .-•. * » M » r £ ^ ^ ^ , •: '^.W^imti^Jiiiii^J-s^i^Mii^'M'.i ±M ?I**Ne&H5n-i ^::: &arphftl^L:::> :2^ .i^:.'-.^ eCitySuperinMsnO^ SB.tr*t bm,m^^^ y ^ ^ & i :i'G6tibiW& OFifICEli^r ..... ~ Snpfehutenoent 6rSch^oli.. v«*iw:*C.'\"M.*m1tb w - ^'ertiffiii^ii^^i^ii^^^iiii^^: Tbtnrfas Scent c|^pnyiSheria .i.^.i^i.^^.ii.:,Arno1d5V'agefler . fTreaSnrcr-^-..ivw^.i.r5^.....v.Eli A: Thompson bounty Clerfc^„.^i^^^... Vi ^.Cbftis. A^OKEC v DfstrtttAUornex-^T .\"• . „ 1-/.O K. Dreufzer o Clwk ofeircoi^Court.^^.^»i--*Allen flteginr %SW^:.Z i .i.^.-.,...:-^. »..Martin Hayes ir&rpott-Qjjlte AMfeWrStBrgep^Bay 1 • x S^Hey^ Harborw..-^ti^..«-^.JoJin ^|te{Aan Brnssela........—.^i.*.i-—~.« DtBire Ei'glebert Clay Bank8..^.........*.....-.i..--G-M. Rickaby Eee Hftrbor...~i...^«—.-—....—Bngene Cordiet .F5rettvJUe...i....——..—.-...— •*«*» ,»etzer Gardner ..-..........^..-JOBeph Dalemont - Gibraltar. v.^.ii^.*i,.. .i..i^.-Atex^ Noble Jack«onport.,-.v«...

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 — 18 January 1884

Aiml»j*P|^srcffl^ -''•=-:: ^ Hoo^ Wnt-Biflora,,of (Chicago is here The imirienfle ic© chrushlag steamer ' Algomah, was fast in the ice at/ the Straights two or tt Sotoepracticaljofcer . (6ok-the ,.barber . pole from Palmer's shop and placed it in front of Sailertfornit^restore, Monday • • nighfc P-^i P^-:':}:\\r:-p 3* C. Mesaenger has moved bac^ tooldboard Jaeksonport and will resume the prac tice of his profession there—whipping hot iron. •^:_ - £3TBiiffalo robe found on Cedar street. Owner can have...it by calling at F. X. Sailer's furniture rooms* proving proper- tyj-and paying for this notice. Mr. Archie Thayer, of Thayerport, was married on the 13th inptto Miss Gill, of Two vRivers. The EXPOSITOR wishes them Jiong and prosperous life. . Charles Stokes and John Miillane in- tend to start a cheese factory at Stokes next spring, putting about $3,000 capi- tal info the business. Good enough. Jas. W.Brooks,the popular landlord of the National Hotel, Bailey's Harbor, gave us a cal...

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 — 18 January 1884

• : ^ ? ^ y * ' : ' m STURGEON BAT.. frota the holiday season by an avalanche of bills, which sweUedrth'e amount in- ti^ncM ^ 3il666 wwpd not hatt dlth^«an beac *bnt they are all printed at the^^eacpense of government, and that mates quite an item:ior'ttiei treasiiiT to to be put the fact that it helps the aver- age and the tesa, than ^ ^ t h their conslti^ jBhronicled in M$i lo^t BpersKot the members district that *Mi4th6^lah stantHoni William Niddynpddy introi duced a bill making an appropriation of $11,000 to ^ Improve thei navigation of BBS^ Inleti' burmernbertefaithfully looking After the interests orW^ tioiu*Ana the Hon^ ^/Nitnows that \"the feoys^ Who mana^ th1ngs-#hp \"set op the pins,\" to use a political cypher^wiil say \"Bully for Bill?* arid the thing wUl^ouritIn the next caucus. Of-worse the bill wokt\"be heard from agalii, but that will be thei fault of the committee, not of Hon. W.N. But just think of the awfully needy condition of this country-H»f the press- ing wa...

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 — 18 January 1884

piilBfe^^fPg ^ ^ S i l s f e i fe m ^•^.p^^Ufm ^pl**wStt^ih|^ Peteishturg at persona snapected of toeing con- e*'^ f e i f i t f f c tt(S flMSfl^ FtftA James, ^ * K ^ i u i 1 b j a ^ is wK TOrfed to be eerioMy HVM there is » cbance . ^ t b S t J w i ^ that the gbverpnaantioU give the false prophet plenty ot sea room fcy imitating tt e Sondau -.•-iftiffltry^-/:- .^^ joyinrthe.watnifli of att open fire «tS»mnelg Depot, Ky.fon 1*e^9tbV*M homed % '.' - bis clothing catching fire. ^ |, ^ OverflfcOOO Italiansmade a pilgrimage to the tomb of VictorEtnannel on the 9th inst. Four hnndred wreatha and floral decoratioBB were The family of Hampton Bird, near Kaufman Texas* were suddenlytaken iUon'the 8th, with ? eyniptome of poison. T ^ h 0 e dieo^ and the driest axein a critical condition- ? : « ..««••. - iBaytfljjjfft^S ., The Cfofambna \"(Cra.) Female Seminary burned on the 9th, imdMng * toss of •fftWO. The fieur mill of Herater Broyv, ^JS^SST bnrg, Ohio, homed on the fltb. Loss 460,00...

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 — 25 January 1884

pgfiSR Historical Booms. iltt3r6r.i......^-^......—„.1........^.C. ScoMd Clerfc.-~——........ . -.i.., _„.L. M. Sherman City Attorney.„..„.„....i... i ..... G. W. Allen M. *«*1::::::::::::::::::::::^'SK^ «4 w „ , i j .-.•- t. .. . ...—..... John Rytrn (1st Ward....... : .Geo . NelFori Supervisors-? 2d Ward............Yupve Dreutzer i (8d Ward...... ...: Felcmann Trearnrer C. I.. Kelson Marshal.....-..——i... .. Sej t Stej ben«on Police Justice .•..ii....„....•-.. ..Ta*. R. Oair Justices of the Peace.*.. -.Tncb Dehos. In* rR arr City Superintendent of Schools....F. jkHaBiilt- Areesgor... ... :..:. O. A..Mawe Btroet Commissioner jsfp. B. Parkman County Judge Superintendent of Scl Sheriff..... Bepny Sheriff... Treasurer.... County •IMstricJ^fttorney. ...-- Jc of Circuit Court gister of Deeds Surveyor — Coroner.... COUNTY •O^tf-iCKKP: ...F. J. Hamilton' g ..C. M. fmith Thomas Scott ..-.\"Arnold Wagener ..Eli A.Thompson . . Cbaa. A. Masae ... • O. B. Dreuuer ...\". ..Allen filgginr ..Ja...

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 — 25 January 1884

+ Entered, as #ear**la« matter, . t at the Po«t Office at Sturgeon Bay. J gt0BGKONBiY^^Vv4JAN,25, 188^ AND HAPPENINGS. .^hlyfive more weeks of winter. See change in Dr. Hutchinson's drug store adv. Attend the concert and enjoy a fine musical treat. Miss Emma Chapman has returned from a visit Sooth. The days are beginning / to, lengthen out quite noticeably. Mrs. B. F. Sawyer, sister of Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, is visiting in the city. |^\"A honse with 15 rooms to rent* Enquire at A. W. Lawrence & Co.'s store* Capt. N. W. Kirtland, Egg Harbor, was here shaking hands' with friends, on Tuesday. t ^ F o a RENT.—The Pinney house, on St. John's Street. Enquire of A. W. Law- rence & Co. Commercial travelers have commenc- ed to put in an appearance drumming up spring trade. Frank Pierre, Brussels' most popular man, was a very agreeable caller at this » office Tuesday. R. D. Conway, of Kewaunee, who is buying wheat here spent a few days in town, this week. No leap year parties are rep...

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 — 25 January 1884

PUBLISHED EYEftY FM»At BT STURGEON BAY... JAN. 25,1884. ,GONGBESS. / \" 6 The interest centering in j^'p'resent session of Congress is growifw? in extent and increasing in inj^nsity. AH indi- cations promisejfc'tfvely time among the Democrats on/the tariff issue, and we have a fa| prospect of again seeing WhetjM5rit is trne or not that. \"aTlHouse, d|vWed against itself, cannot stand.\" ^^Che-leading Democratic papers—they can hardly be called party papers, for they speak out—are filled with forebod- ings. The N. Y. Sun, which has for months kept saying with dictatorial assurance \"The Republican party must go,\" seems to have already given up the fight for 1884, taking the defeat of the Democrats as already \"written on the wall.\" It urged a truce upon all dis- puted matters in the party and allnessandscosts doubtful matters before the people, and an unbroken front on anything to driye out the party in power. The N. Y. Her- ald sounds constant notes of alarm—in- deed, from all qu...

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 — 25 January 1884

Nl^SINSRIEF. , .,.•-. •\\-'':\\,,^ Stn^-8altK[.:- :'-':.:-':'[- '! A coal company at Pans, BL, struck a vein of aait on the Wtb, at a distance of 485 feet from daylight r\"- [ •/. -/,: The Celtic all Right. : The orerdne steamer Celtic, of the White Star Line, arrived at Liverpool on the 14th, is towof the Brittanw, of the same line. Through Quicksands. Coal operators near Wilke8barre Pa., on the 11th inafc, struct bed rock after working a year through quicksand. Crashed by Ice. The wall of an ice house at Dayton, Ohio, fell on the 11th, lolling Charles Bieber and his team. . He Sprang It Himself. Morgan Mocbamar, of Hartville, Ohio, set a gun to trap burglars. On the 10th inst. he forgot it and perforated his epidermis. A Suspended Hello. Fire in the central office of the Boston Tele- phone Company on the 12th inst, completely cut the connection of 3,000 instruments. Fire Damp. An explosion of fire damp in a mine near Arras, France, on the 12th inst., seriously in- jured twelve men...

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 — 1 February 1884

„ CITY OFFICBBS-STUBGEOHBAY.. -•Mayor..................... .... . ..C. Bcofleld Clerk............™.. ..... ......L.M. Sherman CUT Attorner——.......... G.-W Allen Irt Wart, Aldermen j ^ ^ ± ± ^ ' ^ 3 ^ m*«: l::::::::::::::::::::::^!^h^^ «d Ward i—-——-• .—— John Byan •a w«ra f____ .. „..„.....„B11 A. Thompson {1st Wart:........^....Geo. Nelson BnpervisonW 2d Ward. .. .....Yngve Dreutzei •-- (M Ward...-...........C. Feldmann Treasurer.............. ....... _...C. L. Nelw* Marshal..--:........ —......Ji. Sept. Stephenson Police Justice..-......... .....i..__...Ja9 B.'Carr Jnstlces of the Peace..,.Jacob Dehos, Jajs.B. Carr City Snperintendentof BchoolB.—F^J: Hamilton AeseMor........ ......... c. A. Masse Street Commissioner...i.—..^c~.VF. B. Parkman „ COUNTY 0FFICER8: ,ConntyJndge...„.-r:.^... „ F.J.Hamilton Snpenntcndent ^Schools C. M. Smith Sheriff..... .-£mm Thomas 8S0t £epuy Sheriff. Arnold Wagener Treasurer._...... ... Eli A. Thompson r Inty Clerk ..Chas. A. Bfasse district...

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 — 1 February 1884

BBtered, M gec&id-elass matter, ^ 'X .\"•?• at the Post Office i t Sturgeon Bay.» AND HAPPEXIXGS. L. M Washburu'i little son is quite Bick with scarlet fever.•' • Dr. Mullen has resigned the position «f Health officer. Dynamite looks like moist'brown sugar, but is a heap more, lively. The board have extended the lime for paying taxes 45 days from the 28th of January. \\ • _ .. Mr, Rudolph Thorp is now numbered with the salesmen in A. W, Lawrence &Co'sstore. • E ^ \" F O R RENT.—The Pinney house, on St John's Street. Enquire of A. W. Law- rence ^ Co. Martin Johnson recently bought a handsome Peerless organ from A. Blies- ner, local agent* All the mail stages now arrive and de- part as heavily loaded as coining can- didates for office. Leathern & Smith are pressing hay at the company barns here, which is to be taken over to Leathern on the ice. Barney Hahn took a sleigh load of ' young people out for a ride, Sunday, and all are ready to give further particulars. dTCure y...

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 — 1 February 1884

^nsmSffiSfc PUBLISHED ETEBIFRIDAI BT fi3L & STURGEON BAY. FEB. 1,1884. COSGUESSIOSAL COLW TEA. There being* a stringent rule against the sale of liquor in the national ea^i- tol, it has been, the custom of s&fembers to refresh themselves vsritfef'-'cold tea,\" •wh»ch was ostentatiojisYy^handed ronnd in the commiW ^ and anteS'rooms in cups and saufi^fg. The Joint Rules were lately mf\\mi, and when that particular PJ^Â¥su came up for discussion in the ^Senate, having in it the exclusion of \"spirituous or malt liquors,\" a motion was made to strike out the words \"or malt.\" Quite a debate followed, in the course of which it transpired that the \"cold tea\" of the members was a very inspiring, beverage. Senator Fry of Maine said \"I have seen whiskey ordered again and again. They called it.'tea.' It was brought OH and placed on the table in a cnp put into a saucer and called 'tea,' and any body, outside or in- side, member of Congress or clerk, or a man from the town, could s...

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 — 1 February 1884

lliiiiiispi THE OI«I FIDDI.E. We little know the titragbta that sweep Each heaving hmnan breast, As onlife'* toilsome march they hear Tte Bounds they once lorea beet. _ • \" ' The cricket with bis shrill refrain. The thrush at close of day, \" The cobv eb swinging in the lane, The bleating far away. The partridge drumming on bifl log, -• The tree toad In his tree, Ihe yellow hammer's first spring note, The hum of early bee. i he moaning winds, the beating rain, The sift of drifting snow. All these are sounds that will bring up The thoughts of long ago. Bat of them all, each one but brings Some part of life's young riddle While none calls back BO many things As one good, well-tuned fiddle. Artist and ModeL tFrom a Paris letter,] Artists are supposed to be naturally romantic. Perhaps they are bat it has yet to be demonstrated that they as a class fall in love more readily than other men. And yet one is continually hear- ing of affairs d'amour among the knights of/the brash at Paris. ...

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 — 8 February 1884

HP ummmm?^mmmmm -n. Major i^ . *€.--U^i^rt^i--.Uii\"i ::'.:.C.'-.SeoneHl-: JleflL...-,—..w..—«......-—^..wL.M 5-herwan Cltr AttonJey....„.^....-...^.-v G. \\V. AJHj IrtWardyAlderaenj..--\"- „„..... n H.JSC Id Ward j _ . „ . . „ . . , . . . . . . . — - J«'1in Ma*=e ?\" « • \" V------------.--------KII A. Tbon»i»*on 1st Ward„..„....... -Geo ,SelM« Supervisors«8d Ward,....... Ymrve Drentzer (Sd Ward. .-V. FeWumnn •hreiitnTer.... . .i .1 .......-.... - - .CI - ?Ce!»«n Marshal....... ......... Se, t. fciejhenson Police Jostice^...... -....,-.— -.-Ja*. B. Cart Justice* of the Pence.....Jacob Teh«»j8 B Carr City Superintendent of Sctaools-:-.F, 1. Ha«»nt Afsepgor -...- ...... .- . O. A. Manse Street Commissioner ...........F.B. Parkman COUNTY OFFXCEKP: - — County Judge Yr3. rfamHton Superintendent of Schoola.. *C..C. M. Smith Sheriff.....-....^ ...ri Thomas Scott Depny Sheriff... . ...^...Arnold Wegener Treasurer..--..........«i ~l.„_.EH A. Thompson County Clerk.......^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 — 8 February 1884

TEBMsb&B&MCRtPTIW: 1 YEAB, fi*5G. | « M08, 750, | 8 M08^ «Je. Entered, as second-^class matter,^ , I at the Post Office at Sturgeon B«y. f I STURGEON BAT. ..FEB. 8/1884 ASD HAPPENINGS. Lent begins on the 27th. Blacksmiths enjoy this weather. Being leap year there is no law for widows. Resolutions of the New Year are grow- - Ing weaker. No lover of good sleighing can com- plain this winter. The next two Sundays services will be held at St. Joseph's church, this city. Time for valentines to adorn the win- dows of dealers in that line of goods. How many dollars worth haye you sympathized with the poor, this winter? E. S. Minor has got\" to house-keeping again, occupying J. C. Messenger's house for the present. Mr, Bailforgebn and son Alphonse, of Egg Harbor, were welcome callers at this office to-day. / Dr. Sibree was in receipt of a full biooded Irish cocked Spaniel dog from Green Bay, Monday. Anyone wanting to slide business on a pair of \"crack running\" bob sleighs, shou...

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 — 8 February 1884

&$m&mmmz PUBLISHED KTEBT FBIDAT BT STURGEON BAY.. .FEB. 8, 1884 Southwestern Michigan was visited by a thunder storm, one day last week. Apiece of ice got into a puddling ma- chine in an iron mill in Pa., causing an explosion which,wfecked the machinery and injured several persons. The N. T. Tribune gets off the follow- ing? ^sharp one: \"Mr. Barnum's white elephant nlay not be as white as Mary's little lamb, but then, like the tariff issue in. the Dem'pcratic party, there's no doubt about its being an elephant.\"' Wendell Phillips is dead. He was one of the most effecive .orators of modern times, and gave his great energies to the abolition of slavery which he lived to see an accomplished fact. His biogra- phy, written by capable hands, will be one of the best for our boys to read. It is doubtless a relief to hundreds of others, who wouldn't on any account spoil the possiblity of being President by refusing the office in advance, that Gen. Sherman don't want the position an...

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