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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 March 1884

When once a keen-eyed natnrattft was eOrrea • Tostndy and define—wAat« o Wrd, /::.: '\" To classify byroteiand book,norf«U . 0 oft msricits structure WbereonltoBongaught possiblybe hesrd. v ^ Thus f«r,flofrir]ttter Bobeapake flie word, / When of a sudden -hark, the nightingale 1 Oh. deeper, hlghertasn he cbuia fflvirifr^ •.-. ThataU-nneartUy* untaughtStratal^He w * v Theplain, brown vmrbler.nnatiaebea. *Notmine,\" He orledia*he error of,this fatal flaw. So bird iatnis,itaoart beyond my line . Were it» bird'twould answertomy law.'' ' • ^ F1JJMATT. .. A N English woman died of an attack of three-and-aix. She swallowed the coins for safe keeping. A. PABTT of Baton Bouge, La., bird- hunters recently killed 1,400 robins with no other weapons bnt Bticks. A N oil and gnano company at Beau- fort, N. C , has caught and worked up within the past years 9,500,000 menha- den. -.••:• IN a household consisting of six gen tlemen and one lady, near Monkstown Tex., the lady chops the wood to ge d...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 21 March 1884

trt Ward, Aldermen'.• V*' zawwd i-———— CITY OFFICSRS^STURGEtWBAT: v - v STtror. .... i .„........^..i..-..-.»-C. ScflflcTd Clerk...-:————-:.-...—.i„,~I».M.Sherman CUt Attorney- —..-.....—-i--G, W.All-rj ....J.A. Campbell ...... J). IL Jacob! .. Artokl Wapener . ................. J0lm Mas»e __ W* ! » j .......*..——.—-«-'-—-' John Hy»D N Ward } ______ , ............Ell ATrirmHi« JlrtWara..:..—......Geo Nelgnn Supervisors •{ 23 Ward:...: .~....Tneve Drentze r/ (8d Ward.... ..—....O Feldme/n lTea-nre .- .C L. Seisin Warshal. —..... 8o^t Pteptfeiisou Police Justice.-... ........., : ..JajcB.Can JUPticcs of the Ponce.....Tac«b Deh B Carr City Superintendent of Schools. -jciKj. HamHtun Apgei'Bor .....l.^..... i ... v cCv... O. A. Mnn«e Street Corom!peioner...i..^* F. B.Parkinavt COUNTS OFFICE1W: ,. County Jodefe.... J ^ . ......F. J. Hamilton SnpenuttnaeidyafSchooIi...-. ...C. M. Smith Sheriff. Depny ShMfjfj, „....„.. . -Treasure SPS^Clerk ... ..-. gjftrict Attorney •~xlerk of Cir...

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 March 1884

»t the Poat Office »t8tttr«eoa Baj^l 1864 ASff HA^ppmes. May^rSciofleid and lady are visiting In 6r«mBay St Patrick's Day passed off very qui- etly itt Ihte eity^ ' Mft. E. L. Brower still remains in a very critical condition. A week from Tuesday evening, and— politicians will have run their spring race. V ...'.•\"' . Most of the woodsmen have now \"bfoke camp\" and come marching home, and this city has put on a new, robe of liveli hood. Elder E. Olson, will preach In the Ad* ventist chureh, this city, next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and in the even- ing at 7:30 o'clock. At a spelling match in district No. 5, Naaewaupeej the other evening, Miss Amelia Ludwlg bore off the honors, hav- ing spelled'em all down. Yesterday was thefirstday of spring, and a springy day it was, too—particu- larly so when one slipped In paddling through a puddle of water. A. J. Foate, of Bailey's Harbor, was in the city Taesday making arrangements for opening his flour '• and feed store down there at...

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 March 1884

SSiltoi^ nomlneeof the July Chicago Convetttion, if he consents toit:^^e^tt^fjtir|gvtbifc nohmly knowa and nobofly^an find onV the other aspjffaots in a dreadfnl stew. 0$lwjb?& We 'heartilyagree with 5 ^l^hA^g b Heratd that the Grammerey ^5^B^* r wormwywd--8honld announce / h i s intentions. Jf S. J. TV can't speak bnt load, he oiiffht to Whisper, or write on a slate, the little worA^-yes or no— which will set many a fluttering heart at rest. Or, if any one of those efforts is too much for his physical health,- he ought to make a sign—shake his head, or nod it—so that his mind may beMarch known. It must be he doesn't himself know what to do that he wants the of- fice as a miser wants gold, but is too feeble jiut now to dare say \"I'll run,\" yet is thinking \"What if between now and nomination dayf should recover!\" That thought \"must give him pause,\" for it would be an unbearable thing to outlive a chance thrown away. Mr. Tilden may be the wonderful old man which the Democrat...

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 March 1884

IsSiSi^S^ljiiilR^ lhongJi M yetJtB?«oekg namber botfew, l^tnereVsoMa^r^^ ^ThaW w | ^ a o n ! M u ^ :.:.J Mere's Bess, WIJO forever is talking •- -.. Of my lovely moustaches andhsir AndBlanche,* who dedans that with emoralds— , Ixaeansappnirw—mynwoan oompare And Ethel, who says Fm distaigne And Jennie, whocallsme herIamb— Oh.byJroTO,iHiqalteovarwhelmlng, XoafeJlowaiahyasIain— /\\-:atf mcidastanA/i^^ There'B Annie, whomodelsmy hand and There's NelUe, who Bketoheetoylace And the charmingyonDgwWowBen I^ter, Who writesof tny «tqmal graoej And aoon they wtB all be proposing OH, by Jove, bowl wish C conld sleep, Orlow abonthalf my MtractionB . Tin theendof the year that's caUed \"leap \" 3Wr. abrffr-.no X don't want tojnirxy AndtdhavetQeglrteconrtaigmeso, Oh, byJove, it'squite overwhelming. To avery ahy feHow, yon know— ' A modest young fellow, you know. PERSONALITIES. Miss ANNA D10KIN8ON is about to re- trame lecturing, and will give Boston • the first 4ate. - MB. D. B. LOCKE (Nasby) ha...

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 March 1884

• M i TAfwji&Bor. _...____ Connty Jnlp v . v . v - - , ^ ^ : . . y j . Hamilton Bnpenijtcndciit.of Schoolt^C* .. . CM. Smith Sheriff„.. 1 - i -—...w.^^,^...-... . Thorn** Scott ^ t l y| t h e r i f f ----\"^.«.^-.- Arnold Wagener Trcasru'er... .-le*-:l:........„..EU A. Thompson C«nnty Clerk.^...........^^ „-chas. A- Masse SIeJit°f S ^ » l t Court.............Alien fllggha 5*P! S ?V» Deed*™..-.—.....Jftmw Keogfc, Jr. jW\"Po»PQfflce Addraa, Sturgeon Bay. MEMBBRS OF COUNTrioATO . John E. Stephan ....... Desire Englebert .i.-.-GH-Klckaby ..«.—.Jlugene Cordier ......—-.--John Fetser .. .Joseph DalemoDt .........—Alex. Noble „. ..John T. Bagnali .......Archie Wiltse i*ii........:-E. Kinney ........-.-.--..Geo. Beyer ............John Noyea City, 1st ward...——Geo. Nelson \" 2d ward.... ...-Y. V. Dreutzer o «••'«« 8dward——.--C. Feldraann -Union...... i...——~~-~N. Joseph Delfoese Washington.......——-I——.-John P. Larson Ratfey'e Harbor........ Brussels—....-.--. ~ - . Clay Bank...

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 March 1884

K ^ K / S : & , j j ? S i l i ^ N » r ' i r y ^ r i » t J i M - f ^ \" \" ' ' • \" \" ' ' \" ' ' ' \" \" \" \" \" \" ' I I I II .'\" ' I ! 1 I J I . \" . : ' I I . , - ^ : 1 . „ . „ . , , . « , , . , . - J 1 - ^ M - : ^ _ - J - : J J » / - ^ » , H ^ . I , « . . ^ J . J ^ r a - . ^ ^ . % ^ - » . ^ - . f c , ^ . ^ ^ t , J : , - f i » , 1 . . . r . . _ , r V : . f 1 . ^ - - . , . v . - , . . - a . : - - ^ - V v J ^,,.--.- 1 ,-^-,, V . . . - J , , . : •,-• ..:•-. • - . - • . -. .• I -- .. . ... .•-. . - , . , . - . • . -j. . , . : . . . . . . . ~ • . . - • . . • • .. - . . - • . . - • . • • y yKKttHiimpESlJGS. ^ ^ ^ very Jo* Colignon is tciring away tbe old Jo. Merriot bouseiaear Ms hotel. ^ -Seei whit^EL^ythas^say by way : of anMY tor hisi Spring (irove Cottage. •--: Therianieof the steamer if.C. Hawley baBieenC Drentzer & Co, are bosy putting the Trascott in trim for their fishing busi- ness. , -••':)•••::.. : -v ?:'..' / Mr&H. C. Craudall has returned home from he...

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 March 1884

cM^§ 0 It STURGEON BAY Ocean pabHshes an Invitfltion, sijrnpd by qnite a strong an^^'-l^iiiK Repnb^ form and the^feliverancefrom?uo8?ism\" Jiihd the^ipoUs system/- to tmlte in formina^the Independent Republican itiott of Chicago. Tha^ avowed Impose is to secrire tnp homirisition for Hte Presidency and Vice Presidency of men wminitteed to th? work of adminis- trative reforW.Th&^ \"The names of the indorsers carry weight with them, and it ia believed that many thousands of Repablicaris will join heartily in the movements The en- dorsement as a whole is suspicious—it IOOSM more libo an attempt to head off the movement so as to make it submis- sive, in any event, to the decision of the June convention, than like honest en- couragement of an effort to purify the government. The veriest blatherskite of a politician won't oppose any such testiveness before nomination, if he can jjet a pledge of submission to whatever the nominating convention may do. He'll see to it that the right del...

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 March 1884

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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 April 1884

f5£piwsib!t*-j '''imLT&Ut-h, J'Wira^.ii. s* l*fl1lce Jn*i5cci.5.iliKSi^v^ ,. ^\"Justice***tBfePescei.i Jacob Beh#i57 las/BCarr 3 Cityn»pctlDtei)deiit of Sehaoig^£K4 Ba*n11io» ? c A?*e^br ii SteViiii -i^i»ii^i^- V\"-'. 'ft*As-'MMW'e' j -i Street GTOrolsstonerii,'-j^T^\"^, B. Parkman ^CoaatyJntige.^^ ^ i -^JuHamilton S f P ^ ^ ^ W S ^ h b o i * : . * , ^ . ^ . ^ ? . W. Smith ^Soenffv^-vj/ „ . *--.^^i-«i.—- Thomas Scott i £?P»r Sh^ffl^ii.^v. ^,.^^^Arnold Wegener ssJfteagnr^f. : v v. i..^, .^..i..»Brt A. Thompson D '»!WcVAttorn6y..^.w.--..^^..i^.RI^^« ( ^ ^ k o f Circoit Cottrt..i~w..-^.AllOT HJgglM ^Register of Deeaa..^.-..-.-..-^JfamjM KeoK\" ^m3for.-«...-...-^(aidnofqnfl^^4wJr:. , Cotoner.-.-.-.---•.--.»——*i.—»«i.-Jiaroii »aye* ^MEMBER S Bailey's Harper.... Broi*«te --^i~':iii. Clay Bonka..—.... Egj: Harbor..-..--. ForwWille.... ..... Gardner.......-—. Gibraltar.. ........ JackBonport........ liberty Grove...... Nasewaapee....... Sevastopol..... ...............—....

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 April 1884

J *tthe pm0B^*trStam«m 8»y~ F ?8t0RGE(^B4Y, .APRIL 4, 1884 AND fflPPESIRGS. See adrvia another cotumn of bj^Efgy for sale. \"•'::•.. . • • ^ • ~ y . . ~ / ' Dr. Sibree now draws the reins'.'.over- a Ranking team of roadsters. A. E. NoWe began work at the Wash-acrossfromBay ingtonflee €0*8 Qiiarry Tuesday, fijTWehave choice tea at 50 cents per pound, i A. W. LAWBENCE & CO. tSTRoyd Society sociable at Law- rence's Hall on Thursday evening next. Miss Bessie Pinney returned this week from a six months* term of teaching at Bowlegi^j:£\\ 0i • \\ . '^ !• • Ellas Rasjbnsson has just raised the nobbiest birdS house on his premises, thatthi8^^afl5ords, i His first born, a daughter, Is the cen- ter of attraction at the home of Wm. Ahern yesterday the date. Mr. A. Zettel has invested in a 2:28 family horse, and now prides himself on driving a wide-awake flyer. John MacEacham, summoned here to attend his brother's funeral, left for hte Iowa home on Tuesday last. ^\"Choice tea at 50 cents ...

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 April 1884

m* ^i6Sij%i^l -fi ?UBlI8mBD 1TEBI FBIDAT BT STiJBGEOtf BAYV ,APRit4rl884 A man named Berner was tried lately til CiDcinoati lirfflifl^juia^fffig «leairly provedJfchat^hev^aa ^ilty and that the motive was robbfery, yet the jury brought in aer%i{o manslaogh- ter only An indication meeting was held in which influential citizens took a Imminentparifand soriie rather incen- ^ia ^ talk^was indulged in. The resnlt ^ a ^ a ^ ^ p f the disorderly element ro£ th^rt^jr who saw a chancefor an riproar. e jail was assaulted, but when it was found Berner had been secretly sent off to Columbus, a demand was made for the other prisoners in the building, a con- teat ensured, several were killed and the jail was fired. The jurors in the case were assaulted in various ways ehe was whipped, one was driven out of town, one took refuge in jail, several were \"hustled,\" and all evidently found trou- blous time. The riot soon became a reckless plundering and destroying raid, and would seem to have been 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 — 4 April 1884

H i : . ^ © « p a ^ jiijttv^^ i Dwelt litthe realm ofdreams,fflialro'fowma^rHS V Spring our bejust —fair now, butIt«eMB» :: : »oifl^t & I H ^ te U & i ^ wetwo ?:S: * Ifciowliigltb^ Fstem e « n ^ of»ucce« we both h»ve known, Andpleasant nours and yet something departed 'Widengold,nortame,noranythingwewto/ : a Can »Urepl«oe. And either lifen«e been :, Notfljuifctbe s*m«^ i ^ • Love 1B not quite the same, slthotwh each heart Has formed new ties that are both sweet andtrne Sat that wild raptare which of old we knew Seemsto hare been a something set apart Withthat last dream. There ia no passion now, Mixed:\": withithis\" latter love, which aeems, somehow, -v . ^..' '.: \"^l»rt:i|uit the same, y '.-:/\"^.'- Not quite the same am I. My inner being KeasonsandknowBttUisforthe beet. But oh 1 the unatilled yearning in my breast, AaMy soul's eyes turn ever backward, seeing The vanished self, that evermore must be, This side of what we call eternity, „ .-'.-• Mot quits the...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 11 April 1884

•*•'/?: 1stWard* Aldermeu] 8« Ward j ~ - - ^ •flirt Wrrst.....*.. *8onenr!shr»..?d'-,1v»rd.'.'.'-.• .-. =vr i.'.V •:\" (3d Ward.,:...- 5tearnrer„...^...._....„_...^ ': Warifcak.-,- .„..«„. „—„....--... ,«o • • Police Juntlce—..... ... :.-.••-•J,» '•-. • Jneticepof Jhe P^ice-.ii.Iaob Uehv*. la* R.jf'arr *5Hy Superintendentof Schools....F. .5. UaRMton Assessor ......__:...... ...... O. -V^-Vasce ','Street Commissioner....:........ I.F. Ur^arkDian COUNTY OFPICE1 County Judge.... .. -•'--jirfi.Â¥. 3. Hamilton •Snpenntondent of8chool»..:x£.j...„c M. fmUb Sheriff........ .-C....: Thomas Scott Jtepny Sheriff.-....^ !. Arnold Wagener TTeasnrer...,...Ti^..M.i„,.„„Bji A. Thompson Connty Clerk.^...... ........ ..Chaa. A. Masse District AHartley.... . O. E, Dreutser Clerk of Circuit Court ...Allen Biggin* f^teJ/Brof Deeds...—.-.......James Keogb, Jr. .?.nrlfyoT........ .....(did not qualify) . tffroner.. .........—-—-.-Martin Hayes &PJ,otl-OJtce Addreti, Sturgeon Bay. MEMBERS OP COU...

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 April 1884

$f0M0ffMi0MiM$^'MfSSl^i!SvfS^s 1 TEAR, fl^Jl I « M0&, 76C-|'i MOa, 40 c AK» BfJlPP?S«rGS. See v7hMTifi&H^^yin adyertis- • ing columns. lee act*, in anothercblama of seed wheat for sale* '^' ••• , Next Snnday is Kaater Sunday and the tJloae of theIciuWtt season. - - , RobfcGranani will leave in a few days for his Garfield Bay fishing Rroands.^ Jake Miller, |n the Eastern part of this township, is to raise a bam next Tues- day. ^ )''\\^i-::::^''-f:\\-r^:r'i^':'':^ DondHrijserBros. haVe Aakenv the con* tract ftfr'ealciirilning the Northwestern Hotel. ,'V : The ne# to& cenneif Rested G. W. Prescott as Snperintendelnfefe of Schools for-thee'^s^^^^^^:' ^.'''::7::^ John Patn^^terday^ raised-an ad- dition to hisJionser two and one half miles EaWotfhif city,j Mr. Fred Bastwood^ the S. $. 1 . -Co/s snperinteRdent at Jaeksonport, was in the city yesterday on husiness. Owing to a crowding of items, onr correspondence had to be cut down and boiled or left out altogether this week....

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 April 1884

figibwati^^ ^j^^^^^^W^SSW^, .*B«rtW|^^.„, , , . „ __„., (3VM^*r^*fi*ad|p^ ie^ti^^JJn'Sr^oft^ J*a^BJd $£i^|to£^j^^ ^J^r|Sn*t^ Ma^a11.s^ *VJ?«#ft^£.ttiiii:'t^ ed to drawall orders for the (juarterly payineni of feity:»ffict*lsaiSS^wS=S:^y^:3*1^ Those who remember the M Fenianfsm, Will al80 remember the fa- 1 ' THe mayor was iimrocted to api*int_ih 8tand morfs''head center\" of the ordfer^Janyw \" ! \" Stephens. He has been residing qoietly iiarari^ano! iseeriw ^ part in the recent Irish agitatkJns. Now he comes to the front a g l ^ proposing to organize a new party^opposing riy- Damiters as too fatallpfeekless and &at± riellaa t ^ s l b w i ^ ^ iieedwl, and theattl loreIrish freedom 18 not to be tMgbiini\"£fc Stephens. *£ feJafecwnin/j moreclearly evident ywtffieekthhtnaiesa some disaster ©e- «tifs Samuel J.Tilden will be the Dem- ocratic nominee for the next Presidency. The whole party seems to agree that* he can be elected—and he alone of all the Democrats of the land...

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 April 1884

•^, IMWll:wr»*aM4l^ The misialeioaed—tbe maaa 1»done And tbe dearnmw, like thsfloTW, one by on«, . ••••H»v» left .0i*jli^i\\«iA:«ii%ii(|^ili^:- .?'-''-? But we. my sool, miiatpile ttwaoda up bish Upon tbta cora^ tbatires so dear to you and mo, TaU Uttpoca human consolation mat doth lie w^wti»dunil*:^ v Fin In ti» grave, and heap me atones up high, It roust not ru^saara. Itisde^dfin: * ? • — , = :-V*lia «iB:'di^''5lHttt|tt.iiva^a^:^.to.&rt^:'--''.:v We nave ainned, ire have trusted in tbe earth and And it has faited n».| | ^ JB»kneei «nd pray. : IrayIn the 8flenoe,by ttoiaew-nutfe grave. Pray that God onlyfromhenceforth may be Our refugein tbe storm, that none but He May eve* comfortns. And O. my eoul, that we Mayktothe hand that w.ntda remorselessly Yet we may weep, poorsoul—tbat lg no sin, We cannot help.It—Godwill not deny Us tul», our last poor solaoe. Like a litany Each fait tttopleads, ««•Be mercifultome,\" It istoelast,lart time! u Beati mortal!\" It is all...

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 April 1884

Sturgeba.-Bay. Office on Cedar Street, op- posite -.Music' Hal!, two doors South. i.\"J:. (did notqualify) ... . _ „„„...„..^.-Z-Martin Hayea f &T^psk(^J^fs$,^imeeoa B»*c ,:, •' fcaltey^ ir8rb6f.i».w.---.~---Jobn JE. Sfephan Clav Banks.......-....:..-.«-..,.-,G.M, Hickaby E?, Harbor ..--- .—.-.Eugene Cordier Gardner..........^—.-..—...Joseph Dalemorif Olbiolfar...''..-...-..• ....-.— .Alex.. obl 1 Ja^sMiport—t.... ......John \"lyEagnaH I.iherty Grove...—-—. ......Archie \\YUtse Kan waupec........—...—.--- ......--E. Kinney SevnsK ,.,.„,...,.............Geo, Beyer - Stav^otiU,..l...... Bay:..:±..... ..-.-.---~::Joh»JS«yes •• City,4stward. ..... Geo. Nelcon » .» .\"Mward —Y- V. Dreiitzei \" • « \"•'«« 3d ward..- —.. C Feliimann I'nion ............. . ......N.Joseph Delfosse v.'asJiiiit'ion.j - .John P. Larson HOTELS. (OEDAR STREET HOUSE, '••,''' V / Sylvester Wead/ ttoprJeUt} ^ Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. A first-class hotel, with moderate ^charges. 'A good sample room kep...

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 April 1884

^,.ri.j,..!!.Bwii!^jw^^»ivia^^!t.'!rJii-''i.-.»t^.»i j n f l ^ . f ^ a f ^ f ^ ^ Streetcommissioner Ryan will begin work in bis department on Monday next. Leonhardt & So» ar« ealaomlnlng and otherwise improving their billiard par- ' lor* • . \\ ^:$M^$^^0S/0^ A No. 3 Dlebold safe for sale. Cheap^ t he little child of Nick Peters, men- tioned in onr last i8*ue as badly bojned, *ls improving.^ . '^•:.\"V -i- %. fc. Feldmann haseonunencad i ^ a l n g and preparing for his brick buUding, north of ilx^-13M\\^^0^^W'i0^.: Mrs. M. A. Sehayleif has gene Sooth for her usual stojck ot^ Bpttng mer millinerj SUttV We learn I Clay Banka.Vtery, '• • iKHrtsay^a^tllf\"\" \" I^HOU8KAWTW(^lvOT rot SALK,- My 8 room gothlc, hew and comfortabJ East side Cedir street. ^1?, pJUJfflk It will delight ill who have to i»tron- ice the ferry to leara ^atjtbe ^bia has been painted, and ot^rwlse improved. A little child of ijrneArnesoa diedlast, night. The patents take the body to Micbicott for burial, le...

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 April 1884

rvmssBnxrmvknvtvt . * . stadt whetc she will meet Emperor Wffiiam ontheaist. It fats ki^^ thei^^tfifcu^ mor» are thiclcening that the Emper» liia broken down and^•sfiiD:irtdw»ttil:-rf*^^lrift»ife* cal that there « great duliculty m keeping: him from the l^h^t «{K»utes, «uch as wbuld.soohliefand^to'uh^ STURGEON BAY ii .APRIL 18,1884 Na matterhowlong yon have fjeea a suf- ferer from Rheumatism,•i^t^^hXhc^^ii:. • l«ure since the discovery: : Of ^«iftaiWK6*# 551 the champion • remedy ^Many write to con- firm this. Their letters make a verdict which U miammons, impartial,5 strong, v A^: an in- stance, Alvio Gv Vailv CrawfordGo.^Iowai writes:V:*1 send fbr^five dollars worth:^& AtHtoPHoios. The bottle t nsed has helped me very much. Pain all gone, hut some lameness yet. and well ther* might be^: for I have been troubled for thirty-five years with rheumatism. If. Long distance telephoning has already proved quite practicable over the new line between Boston and New York. The e...

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