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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 8 February 1884

:^:•. : •V^^vBy:».BM^,'^•',lUCR^:• \" Stillflushedthe deepening tlnU, and now A lurid lustercame. And as with sacrificial fire - The Orient burned with splendors dire, The sen with testing flameI ..r \"And once again a wondrous change, For over all the skies. Swift fading as the night came down, Were leagues of roses, brightly blown, Of pure celestial dyes 1 *.' Fast as they bloomed in heaven they shed Their petals on the sea, Till in a rosy wave of light r They vanished from Our raptured sight, A twilight mystery.\" CTJBIOrS, USEFUL AJfD SCIENTIFIC. -'••\"• IN A CAVE. There ia a hermit liviiig in Salt Fond Mountain, aged between 45 and 50 years, who la recluse enough to satisfy, the most exciting. H e lives on the game which he traps or shoots, and rarely speaks to a fellow being his only companion be- ing a large deer-hound. H e makes n o use of vegetables in any form, living on flesh alone, which he eats as his humor seizes him, raw or cooked. H e has his home in a cave, which h...

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 — 15 February 1884

Historical Rooms. OFFICIAL4gTO£2S5X: CITY OFFICERS-STURGEON BAY. Haver ......„..„..-.-... .i-i—-i-C. RcnfleW Clerk .„....M...„...-.i..w.-..L. M. f-herwcn City Attorney - G. W. AJfc-n , , _ . .,-» I...— .....J. A. Campbell lit Ward, Aldermen » ___„*, n.'H. .Trjcnbi- vr**a i -«—-- -.ii\".\"*\"rr.*.\" ArnoldAYaeener 2M d War d | John .Tass e Sd Ward -j ...........Eli A: Thorn pim» ( 1st Ward...--.„.. Geo Kelwm Supervisor*- 2d Ward.^... ...Yneve D\"'. tzer .{3d Ward............~.i:- FeSilmnnn Treasurer. . . C. L, Nel«c!B Marshal. —.-.-......-. Se'.t. Sie heu«pa\" Police Justice.-- - - -••as R Cnrr Justices of the Peace .Tac Deh» .ins. II Carr City Superintendent of Schools....F. J.,Wtimi!t Assessor. . .^e^ff. A. Mas.«e Street Commissioner .. ..y^?B. B. Parkman COXTS FY OVBlcEKS: County Judge r F. J- Hamilton Superintendent of Schqortg....„......C. M. Smith 8herifT . / : . . . . . . Thmnas Pcott Bepnv Sheriff...*/ Arnold Wagener Treasurer.. y ^ ~ Eli A. Thompson CbuntyOWrk-\"' ....

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 — 15 February 1884

*****mm TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONt 1 TEAR, $1.50. |« fcoe, 75c. 18 MOS, 40c, i Eatered, as second-elass matter, I | at the Post Office at Sturgeon Bay, f STURGEON BAY ... \\ •-FEB. 15,1884 AND HAPPENINGS. Mrs. Geo. Bassford, of Savastopol, is very sick. Attorney H. T Scndder is in Madison on legal business. John Rottman has a daughter very ill with catarrhal fever. Wenzel Souknp has about recovered from his severe illness. The masquerade at this place, on the 22nd, promises to be a grand affair. Attorney McDonald, of Ahnapee was in this cityi Monday, attending to legal business. Landlord Jos. Colignon's daughter Jennie is quite sick with an attack of bronchitis. Several of our citizens are intending to attend the masquerade at Ahnapee, oh the 20th inst. The Green Bay stage came in at 4:25 o'clock Monday, beating its best record for this season. Barney Hahn is able to be out again after an illness which confined him to his bed for several days. Dr. A. MacEacham leaves for Florida, Monda...

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 — 15 February 1884

s. *&%£ gj^^F fft,,I',. H a Bti PITBUSHBD vnaii FBIOIT BT GH&S.I. MJUktOL STURGEON BAY. .FEB. 15,1884. THE WIJTTEB FBESHET. It waathought, by those who hayc/a poorly defined belief that ejtffythfag Jtoes by periods, that there Would be no danger of the exceptiongfflfy high water of last winter for mfa years—until a \"period\" had.jttgtfta get round again. But the repetition has come, and a most destrugjj^ g ^ n as carried ruin and f'SStt suffering to the people of the Ohio •fn»e valley and its tributaries, to the dwellers along the Susquehanna, and to nearly all Northern Ohio. Pittsburgh was flooded as never before—at least since 1832—by the rise in the Mononga- hela and Allegheny rivers, and hundreds of families were driven from their homes. Manufactories were taken pos- session of by water and ice and mud and debris, and the railroads were made im- passable. Then further down, at Wheel- ing, the ravage' made has no parallel since the settlement of the country. Half of th...

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 — 15 February 1884

Goiblest theiitUe cMltesn, Give gentle hands to lead, Tagaldetheir reaQesa footsteps, Togivethe aid taeyrieeaV God ble* the little wanderers, \" They are angels In disguise, And brighten mapy a household \" With their, merry, laughing eyes. God bless the little darlings, - How they fill amother'3 heart But oh, how crushed and bleeding, When with darlings she must part God bless the little orphans Without amother's care, Give loving hearts to guide them And all their sorrows share. God bless the little outcast Where e'er its footsteps roam, . And move some heart with pity , To give that chila a home. Weekly Wteconsin a mark in the yielding soil. Themnr- loaded his grin Be set the tratfc * good* way from his JM ^ coming and going allowed ly^w^wbfte^ bacause he turned hia toes out. Indians never did. Thefarailalso showed that tho^e^coimBg to th® fceetwas older than the one goingaway from it—hence^ the murderer had wafted, i How We Freeze. [From the Atlantic Constitution.] '? Anybody 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 — 22 February 1884

:'JS OEFICIAt DIRECTOR* , crnr OFFICERS-STURGEON BAY. ^ ., -M*rcit.±..^.-...+......^..^.....^. i-C. Scoflrfd Cl«r_...-.i.- ...^..... ... .». ..,..L.M. Sherman City Attorney. ....v..:.^..,.... O. W. A« « WardyAldermen j „ „ _ „ . „ . . . . D . n. jic„bi WA W.-A J ......i................ Arnold Wnirener •it t»._aj.—.i....i...-.t.....'.----. John Ryan W : \" * \" 1..-.... ....—,......3ili A. Tbompioil (1st Ward—--. .......Geo Nclno» 8uperrisors-{ 2d Wa*d-...ii.tl...-Yi)gvo Drentzer f(8dW*rd.^ .........fa. FeWmann llreaEnrer......... ..^..^.....'... C L. Nelson Marshal........ »....w.^......... Sept. Sfej'hensbn Police Justice.. .. .. .......:.Ja«. B. Carr Justices of the Peace....Jacob Dehoe, Jan. B Carr City Superintendent of School8....F. I. Hamilton' Assessor -. . C. A. Masse Street Commissioner... ,F. B. PaTrkman M l . S' COUNTY OFFICER^ r ' County Judge.... -—=* '..?. J. Hamilton Superintendent of 8chools£.,_-„ -C. M. Smith Sheriff '. •*-. Thomas Scott Depny Sheriff. «s...

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 — 22 February 1884

AimiHAPPEJriKCJS. Was your valentine a beauty? f3F*Capt. Clark is using Norwegian' Cough Syrup. ' Surprise parties are becoming quite fashionable hero this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Vorous, of Fish Creek, were in town Tuesday oni business. Mrs. Geo* Bassford, of Sevastopol, lies in -a critical condition at her home. Capt. Eirtland, of Egg Harbor, made 'a business visit to this city yesterday. Hon. E. S. Minor continues to enjoy good sales in, closing out his damaged stock of hardware.^ . Mr.Chas. Whiffen, of Straw, Ellsworth & Co., and brother-in-law of W. A. Lawr rence, is in the city. Hon. E. S. Minor is absent from the city on a trip to Milwaukee and Chicago on important business, y V. Mesheck, of Kewaunee, was in the city Saturday, closing out his real estate purchase of Mr. Sexton. X ,-.'. Many Bailey's Harborites visited thi| city Wednesday on a courting spree where true love existeth not. We saw Patsy Ryan and lady in the city last Sunday. They returned home to Jacksonport 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 — 22 February 1884

PBE8IDEHTIAL ASPIBAl»J?S(i). Tb?re te considerably good sensiB shown on -the part of^R^publican eandi- dates f b r ^ ^ being too bprt)fIn making pnblie their intentlon^^lfany have learned from ^ JM^wience that the candidate for Damnation cannot \"set np the pins\" \"withoot having them all knocked down. Voters have learned that they have a voice in nominations, and that machine politicians cannot wield, at their will, as large and intelligent bodies as con- gregate at National Conventions, there- fore the old methods are being aban- doned by Republican leaders. Several prominent men, who are in reality in the presidential race, are occupying their time in studying methods to shape legislation to the best interests of the people, and are thereby increasing their popularity with the people. To become capable and worthy to hold the highest office in the gift of the people, is a laud- able ambition, and success is more sore to follow the man who thus becomes popular, than the wily poli...

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 — 22 February 1884

gpH tBil • - To bay Wist t& mr^^ostla ti^ question}^ :,fc'S- Wbetlier'H«noWerin tte man to enffer Tt»e oesMless clatterof \"a drummer'a tongue, Or In MU-deftnle IIM extremes* means .w ^ And withanorderquiet him. To «rder--« try Oneamore,arid by a dunce to say we get •• -. The goods thatwe do bay ?Ba a conmirnrhstion Devoutly to be wlahed. TobayVtomw^ . To pay! perehance totoll—ay,there's the ran, For la that lapae of time what Mils may oome— - Too often and too large moatgiroas pause. There** the respect that makesfaadlngof eo long ••. life. For who would bear the \"date ahead \"and \"four months'time?\" '•*'••'• *: •'•.•••• The heavy expense, the landlord's punctuality, , • • The excessive freights, the lights and «»»V_ The Insolence\" of customers, anI the aged stories The merchant from the drummer takes, When he himself mightall this avoid By simply assigning1 Who would sneh trials bear- To grant and sweat around a general store- But that toe dread of something worse •...

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 — 29 February 1884

^\" CITrbFiFiCBRS-STOKGBOKBAT. «aerk...^ ...i^.iv.....^-.i..-.....L.M.heriRis aty Attorney......—............— G W. M! n lit Wart, AWenneu j — — - - - 1 - *• J ^ ^ j «aW»»^iJ---——*-•*—•—--—--•'• ! \" :: .v*u : \" ° w 1 . . . . , . . - . . - . . . . . Kit A u.-M.p.oi) (1st Ward........... .0«c e!»!r Sdperr!sora« 2d Wart...........-Yiiew Dituizer (3d Wart..............•-{••. KeMir-nmv lveftpoper...... • I. V.» Marshal........ i.......i.. . fe-1 Ste hfi!'«n PoliceJusHce.............. ..... .\"\"..'a-'. K. Cai ' Justices of the Ponce.... .Tnc-V, Deb-« I an-' P Glarr Wty Superintendent of Kchiiols,.,. F. L^t,wiilti AMeseor........ , ..*......--Sv A. Mnn-'e Street Commissioner...........^sfff?.' B. PiuUman COUNTY J§^Kt{S County Jnh*e . J / . y j . Hamilton Rnpenutcndent oXScljfJjoig\"\"\"^\" C M.'fmitb Sheriff.. -jr \"\".\" Thoina* Fcott Jlepny Sheriff^A Arnold Waeenei Treasurer...£~ KH A. Thomwoii Cmnt Clgjfc \"\"\"\" .. . .....Chas. A. Monfe »'8trjiOttorney:::::: O. K. Ir,...

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 — 29 February 1884

+ Entered,as *econ^-ci««i«*tter, * «t tt» PMtcOfflcc atrSturgeon,B*jr.* gJORGBCJff BAY^ £ F^B. 29,1884 4$i HAPPENINGS. Mrs. H. Moore is very ill. To-morrow we begin our March iato Spring-tiihe. .* Dr. J. N. Ward, of Green Bay, favored us with R call Tuesday. Mrs. Jos. Campbell slipped and fell the other day, and was severely injured. C. M.Charnley, of Chicago, is in the city looking after his interests in this vicinity. F. E.Mansetfb, of Timlin & Manseau, attorneys of Kewaunee, was in town yesterday. Miss Jennie Doak and Miss Hattie Parsons, of Ahnapee, are guests of Mrs. L. R. McLachlan. County superintendent Smith is just beginning to hobble out again, and now his horsei8 lamer than he is. Henry Hammel, of Appleton,was in the city a couple of days the present week, looking after his interests here. Beginning with next Sunday, the evening services at Lawrence's Hall will begin at half past seven o'clock. Mr. C. Leonhardt has been spending a , portion of the present week o...

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 — 29 February 1884

PUBUgHBD KTKBY FBWAY B I f ^SfrlJEGEOSf BAT s v TBESIDESTIAt. Both the great political partie&'iiave now made the first decisivg^i^ves in the Presidential campajgiHfby settling upon the place and /!mes for holding their national conventions. And Chi- cago has won vvijtfboth parties in the place contest/^The Republicans will m e e t *jyftiaTcity June 3, and the Derao- cr®k$?oly B. This gives the latter nned party five weeks in which to study the effect of their opponent's choice of candidates, and take advan- tage in their own nominations of any weakness shown by the other nominees. Whatever the outcome in November, we can be pretty certain that the \"Chicago • nominees\" will be elected—whichever side wins, it will be the Chicago con- vention's choice. Chicago claims to be a great city and is proving that she is ' just that. She doesn't even pretend to be modest in anything. She never gave any one the chance to say to her \"Friend, go up higher!\" She had al- ways already gone....

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 — 29 February 1884

I held Baykw*a#*Inst my heart, and knew ih deep deitetrtoTIowngher, yeaall Themaddening sweetness when beyond recall. Her Mpsthron«b mine my longing Bplrit drew Anduttennost heaven openedtotoy view, Where abe and I with love kept festival. . Bat withthe calm that followed and the fall Ofgentler MfBeg, soft and sweet w dew. Game in the March wmd'a'melancholy voice, • A weary monsterBeektaft after prey. And farther off I eeemed to catch the nols* Of wav?» that hue a d thunder while they slay. A mddm terror seized me \"mid my joys, And \" Death\" was an the word to say —Philip Bourhe M arston. MOOT ANTIQUITIES. ~A Business Which Is Thriving in Paris— A Factory of \"Old Boaen* Ware.\" (From the Louisville Courier Journal.] The picture dealers have scarcely fin- ished quaking at the exposure of the tricks oi their trade before the dealers in faience find that their turn has come, writes a Paris correspondent. These amiable people have BO. long carried on a swindling commerce in Paris 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 March 1884

crnt OFWCEaa-STURiaEON BAY. , Ifayot................. ........ .... i — - - - C. Peoflera Clerk............ „„„..-........ . .L. M. fberraan Cfty Attorney...-.....—-.....—.-- O. W. AHr Irt W«*,Aldermen j - ^ ^ ^ 5 & # & * •Â»Â«__• 1..... ................ Arnold Wagpner \" \" \" \" 1.....^...............-- . WiiiM»we M:__«_.T ..........—.- — John Ryan \" \" * . f ......................Eli A. ITioropson •: \"•'. \" (1st Ward......——-- -Geo Nclwro Supervisors^ Si Ward........„.-Ynrve flrenteer v (8d Ward...............I'. Feldmann rearurer...-\" ..............-^... .G. L. Nel*n» Marshal.--..*...... ............. Sett. Stephenson Police Justice.-.:... . Justice* of the Peace... Oity Superintendent.ot Assessor..-... :••... C 8trt*i Commissioner ........ .F. :• ' ............ ^A G. Carr ^ B .Jacob Deb* J a» B £a£f Schoola.-.-P. J. llaortftoB COUNTY OFFERS: County Judge—-~---...- /r......F. J. Hamilton Superintendent ot SchQQ_r_. ....C. M. fmitb Sheriff...... ./.........„.. ...

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 March 1884

'\"\"'\"' -::4taie^,-!i*'*ec^^ at the Port OfficeM(Sturgeon Bay. f AND HAPPENI5GS. Mr, A. Zettel has returned front a trip South. Henry Martin has been appointed Ad- ministrator of the Lavassor estate. Landlord Wead took in the oldest city In the State, alias Green Bay, this week. Attorney Sherman is absent from the city for a few days, on professional busi- ness. Thos. W. McCuHough offers a taloa- ble business stand for sale. See his ad- vertisement. Rheumatism has been putting in some harsh work on Register Keogh, the past week or so. John Burke, of this city, has removed with his family to Kewaunee, where he formerly resided. dSTHon. J. T. Wright has used the Norwegian Gough Syfup, and pronoun- ces it excellent. ' •'* E. S. Minor is doing a fine business selling off his stock, but has several bar- gains for buyers yet left. Wm. Anger and crew have returned from the West shore, after a successful winter's work for. the S. B. L. Co. The total amount thus far sent from this vicinity...

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 March 1884

:^^?^SiSSiil®iiiSS^S l^&S^§SS^^W^ W^^l0l^^^iiS^ l^^smm&mmlml • M . ^ ' VUBLISHSD ETEBT FRIDAY BT STURGEON BAY. .MARCH 7,1? '• A 0 0 0 D S I 6 N T / ^ No careful reader of the jiev7spaper8 of the day, and notabljr,^arty political papers* can fail toTjatfifbeen struck, not only by theTOOffloinencethey almost nniversallrj^V© to the fact that in the coming national contest the winning party/'wiil be the one that drives most hop*'for a nobler, purer administration /af government, but also by.the candor ' and gravity with which the situation is met and the plans of reform are dis- cassed. There Is, of course, a mixing in of the old clap-trap, the old personal abuse, the old cruel slanders and mis- statements in the treatment of oppo- nents but there is more than the usual recognition that such campaigning will not win-the day, and that in the choice of leaders as well as—and more than— in the platforms, the people must have assurance that old abuses are going to be ^brought to ...

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 March 1884

riraJiiiA^^^ V AHbodied. and teyibem h«» v . / - We hold their corpses dear. yes, bring them b*ck,0 ««»» ^•nTLaiid dumb, andknow, yowt^wii^ttso. living,yougave than wbrtt Avhsntom w*y to And ..-.• XbTOTflbfrozenmows, where whoso goes jf ait leave all tope Behind Deal, end yon givetheni.pittee .\". ••' Jlndpity, and deem themgreat . O, bad it oomein other days. Ittadnot come too late. XodleinaneedfalcaiMe, bright but*reckless waste * Of lives iO» these on fantasies Is innton and misplaced. Betterthat nameless seas Untraveted should remain, . n Than, dead and dumb these forms should come As trophies back again. And better a life's devotion Where humdrum duty calls, Than searching a desert ocean For a good that never befalls. * \"* —Chicago Tribune, k FORTUNE IN A JAM-POT. How a I* w Clerk Gained ajteward and a Wife at the Same Time. . From \"Romantic Storiesof the Legal Srofession.\"] It often happens that the issue of great suits at law, particularly in Eng- land, depends upon...

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 — 15 March 1884

CITS'OTPICBRS^OTraGlkfl*BAY. •'- Mayor... —, ^.—i--- City Attonieyi.......^... lit Ward, Aldermen j'\"'_ BHr»rd'{'-' —••——•\"' •••• \"(trtWiird^*! Supervisors-pid Watd.— ^ 18d Ward...- l'rcarnfer.—...— —-—... Marshal..- .........—.... Police'Jittttco...'....-—i »- -•. ----, Justice* of the PeAce:...Jacob Dehw, JOB. B. Can City Superintendent Of School8....F, J. Hajriiftott Agsesaor............. .............. Q:-}c. Masse Street Commissioner..^.-..... ...JfyJBr.. Parkman COUNTY OFFICERS: CountyJudge..——--—,Xf—F. J. Hamilton Bupenutendeut of Schools^ —C. M. Smith Sheriff... - « / . . . Thomas Scott Bepny Sheriff..—.^...........Arnold Wegener Treasurer...^...^..............Eli A. Thompson Connty Clerk..s/r~,................ChM. A. Masse District AttqifHey O. B- Dreutzer Clerk of Cj^nit'cdnrt..-— Allen Biggins Begfetej^bf Deeds .......James Keogn, Jr. . .O, Seofleld u . i . ^ l t Sherman ........ a W Allen ......J. A. Campbell .,.... . D.H. Jacob! .... Arnold Wagener ......... John ...

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 — 15 March 1884

m & . AND HAPPENlfrGB. to Whiteflsn Bay to look after matter* •Taesday, 18d, IBeinfIch and wife are happy over theirflfst»a boy, whostarted this life on Saturday last. Harlow'Fuller offers his Nasewanpee farm for sale at a bargain. See ad?, in in another column. That \"note of gladness\" down at Charles Sampson's house on Friday, was over a little daughter. Mrs. George Bassford is slowly recov- ering from her dangerous illness, and sits up a short time each day. Citizens G. A. Dreutzer, L. M. Sherman and! Y, V. Dreutzer, returned from their excursion Southward Saturday, night BSTHoiiSE 11^2 tdts IOB SALE.—My 8 room gothic, new and eonifortable East side Cedar street. G. W. ^iiaqsK. F. G. Blakefield of Fish Creek came in Monday night and left next morning for home, on his way from Southern points Alex. Meikle, who spent the winter on the West shore scaling logs for the Stur- geon Bay Lumber Company, returned home Saturday. Mr. Robert Stephenson and family, of Appleton, are spend...

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 — 15 March 1884

•vVS L2i£± FOBECASTS.,*- It Is admitted by both'political parties that the coming Prudential contest is going to be ajjsfy^close one, unless be- tweeo'no^'and November one side gets a sleeping advantage of the other which it does not now possess- and does /hot know exactly how to win. The present dntlook indicates that the Re- publicans are pretty certain of 154 elec- toral votes, and the Democrats have an equally—probably more—certain claim upon 153. Six States are classed as doubtful, and from them the winning party must get its 47 or its 48 votes nec- essary to a majority in the electoral col- lege. The six States are New York, Ohio, Indiana, New Jersey, California and Nevada. New York alone gives 36 votes. The party securing that State has then, on the above basis, only eleven or twelve votes more to gain. Ohio or Indiana would give them and more too. New Jersey and Nevada would just turn the scale for the Democfats. twelve votes, or give trie Republicans one spare. California...

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