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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 18 April 1884

#H: -How n«p 7 wesry steps wetres* • , suown the pathway to the tomb j - With«ultentoU!laa toybre«th, • ': $nd «a& iuia: lone a»eroirlt'Bcty\" :. v a : :,.. . • BeVNU«ttiemg^orJe«B ^ = Bore toeeed upon a »e» of utsy *: - AndWdfciaR through the starless dark AfwMspero?ertubein tnrfls. - - Wetoownothow.weknownotwhence, • Aiuiwhere we dreaded wo* and wrath j , The heaven* are bright with recompense.s Consoler of onr ImnosHpflef-— - .j-i The secretpang, the hI«Wfflx,«n»ttr,• - InifiOT*ihoÂ¥totfcrlnr»(Blef '- \" And heal the weary, achlngliejrt. Bleat friend and angel of ^fciuys: / Thytouchcompassionate and calm ' .,:•Â» DlseolTea'ma-bitter pain la praise, 'fig And tarnsonr tears to preriona balm. A3 ESCAPED ASACONDA. An Exfiwiifdlnary Adventure of an Ohio Man In »vCave—A Horrible Experience. [Srom the Chicago Inter Ooean.) Laatfall^incompanytrith his father- in- law, Mr. James Crumbangh and a neighbor, Mr. George Stiqkney, all liv- ing near Sptingtield, O., Mr. Harlem ...

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 April 1884

mmmmm gp ^#g ig^^ [^^i/m^0i^/(^^tk''''''' ••-•'-—•• •'•••••• '/i^ f^s :'j^(Si^kj|^.ljajigq:s^ „.._^ }xmsmt$v&£ft8t*s , :and:^fiftely . ^ n j j s f c ^ •\"•'• gf? f ^ P j ^ d o o t n in connection. Travelling teen l u r n ^ j l c d ^ v a fagt.dass team, and •• • o r ^ r e | i ^ a n ^ g ^ t o f the ^nttljr. S V • s?!!: ^ r d R t H W E S T f e R 5 f i H G l J S ^ Storgjeon liay Centtally located, veniently• arranged. A ATTOaifSTB. perfect sample rooms are fept iot^tficw ispeciai w i f c i r - I ^ ^ c « o i ^ ^ i D f local 'brT transientcrotbm,t]be house is s » favorably known that i t n e w ^ fe^ rteoammendatiQn v^-^^/^^^^^ BA Y V I E W HOUSED :-r- John Goettelmann, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This ppptilar hotel is still kept up to\"A ^ 1^\" in all its ap pointriients. I t is on the West side of the bay, and so''hasr sure connec- tions wilh Ahnapee, Green ]Bayy and, the world at large. I t is head qoarters for the stage's to all points South. Good beds, good table, sample ...

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 April 1884

iSTD tt*?*E3fHteS^ •\"consumption. : '• x) ?!?vv'- C':.f?5 ''v::: •' ::.M l ^ $ ^ ^ ^ JasepK LeMere,-of Jacksonport, favored us %ith a call yesterday^ See adv. lii ahbfterv'^lntt^'liiif-^tlie' 'Sawyer House, Bay View lire. Henry Nys, who 1ia| lie«n very sick, is agate t#nv}^e«nty ^ Leidlger'Bros, have addi^ a new 65 barrel tank to their bowery .-{' - ' Mrs. M. A, Schuyler liad wtnrned . and expects her hew f^oo^Mijim^^^xi A. No. 3 Dlebold safe :i^2$^Jffl$&. . and jpou w n^RV Z:'^.:^AV^*\"Z Attorney Allen lost a, valuable'i cow Saturday night. He willj not carry the \"Case\" OD. .• :. v,'r'^-':£\\: X':^Vft^:^^ A dry, cold spring so far* with easterly wind which bHn^ ''pl|siDty .^':chiU\\ 1 tot little rain. ' '''',.\"' J. J. Barringer deposited the $500 to be paid the town of Egg Harbor on Tues- day in this city, E ^ Monthly ice cream festival ait Lawrence's Hall Tuesday next, April 29, at 6 o'clockand afte*. Mr. Hugo Kliche, clerk in Mrs. Mac-settings Eacham's drug store, has ...

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 April 1884

IfnroRiEtidN BAIK v ^ ^ 2 ^ i 8 8 i Garfield were \"Oh:j9yi^mi*:--i^^^tt exclamation to his attendant aja^inti* mate friend. Gen. Swaim,Ju^eAdvo- leate General Qftii^ ferred against Gen. SjwaimlateSy make those dying wortoijf Mr. Garfield very significant.A^ Bateman Ss Co^ bartk- ^irs allege^JJiat Ge«i Swaim deposited if^OQO^^^tbem, srid afterwards, on tt 06 plej^hat he had nothing to show asked for a memoraudam of the lepoait. A dde-bill was accordingly/ given him. Subsequently he was al-LISHING lowed to check out nearly the whole sum, after which he assigned the dne- bill and it was presented for collection It is further alleged that 8waim was party to a fraud by Which Col. Morrow raised money on false pay-vouchers. Bateman & Co. afterwards withdrew their formal charges because Swaim settled the matter up with them, but the crookedness of the transactions has not been explained. , It is thought a Court of Inquiry must be ordered for the repu- tation of the Government and* of ...

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 April 1884

Wffimmm Thesteamer BebAnee, of the New York and Brazil line, is reported lost with ber cargo. v's^Ca&o>aiepi IHgina h a a ^ ffi:«aiac* M^ •Mi-' r^lJ^Ciib^^ A Berions poHUcal crisiB prevaOfl to China. Prince Knag'and four members of the Privy CtoonciiiluiTO been pablidy diagraced for in- competence in fifguw tt^^^^^OKje^^ gypales'of5 the United StateBjwTO interred with ceremony at Dayton, 0., on tfcei 15th. •?About ^oWgyj^ieatir^preB^^ , '^-^rWvW^/-igiia^ i The Blander•.^•el»ft:•bf:./JCrB«j••:.Will^u^'^/l^(^ againADanieJj'Vfermilye, which baa beenin the CWcaMi^tiP*l»W^ niontha, wasended on thf l«b by» wrdict idr 926,000, the fall 'atocrantaaIrea^\\^:ft^- ''K-.:• • i: -. .??:' ••.•:-'-s.-: Irishraflfold S^raew On the Canada South- ern Boa\" engaged in a fierce fight at St* Thomis, Ontr on the lttli, with Italian labor- er? ' \"Beteral on both sides were severely wonaded before the riot was quelled. A jail delivery occurred at DesMoines, la., on the night of the Utb,fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 2 May 1884

jgtfa.ORTH'W'EStEW HOUSE .1^1- Hv Haha, Pr'on'r, Stwgeon Biy. Centrally located, and veniently arranged.'/' :'A^jpetfect »'(•Â»! home for travelling men, and five sample rooms are kept for iheii £!*L.special use.'\": For the comfort of locai or transient custom, the house is so favorably known that it needs »d further recommendation. 1 V*EW HOUSE, John Goattelmann, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept up to \"A. I.\" in- all its ap- ' pointments. It is on the West side of the bay, and so has sure connec tions with Ahnapee, Green Bayj andU the world at large. It is head quarters lot the stages to all points South. Good beds, good table, sample room for traveling men— every thing O. K Stable accomodations 'ample. '-.••••'-.». •../-•. UREKA HOUSE, JAGKSONPORT, Li H. Erskine, Proprietor, jacksonport, Door County, Wisconsin. Th e L very best accommodations for man, land first-class facilities for keeping •rn.ini1-l. — -ohorses -and stock. Bar well stocked...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 2 May 1884

Ui£lr!M ~ --—'••-at— • -—• \"nr#e& t a••••\"•e t th Po t Offle e Stnrceoo Bi]r | $wiaGfc^^ iaf#%-g A3t» HAPKJyiJrGS. ytaB in townJldndayv C^Forsytli toft for Chicago on a . : bus!B«^^Ip ^«teWa. ^ The Episcopal church at Ahnapee tfais . tj^tfoyea. byfir©last Wednesday. i .:'l A^ff.8Bfeboldsafei for sale Cheap, a n d g ^ Mr^ ^ho Bialk haa faced the Cedar fltreet front of hia lot with a new fence. Capt.Winegar shipped all hisflshon -ban yesterday by the barge Burroughst . Joseph Collgnon has spread a new fence in front of his lot along Main , street.:! \")/ .•'• •'..'. :.'K .\" \",/-•• Mrs. Schnyler has her new goods • * opened and they arefast being scattered l. over town :-\\^ '-.: - '^. * •\":•.• Joe^.|a^iliK. al^JbhiB'^ttthete' :rame from Leathern on the tng Leathern S,^WednaBsgayi::- y) ? \"-^:y*-^ ••-•'.-•:- Mr^llaiis Peterson and lady, of An- gelica, Wis*aifcaathe^city and intend Beating here, ^ y -..y^l'W[3iy Miss Lena Nyggard of this city ia in* stalled,as a clerk in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 2 May 1884

^One of the most hiKh-handfe^ootraRes that an abnsed people hfl^r to endure i:&** croelc^tal^^eroetoited upon the oi^ratlves ihJh&Jgiectric Light and gaoufac5tarinir^OgBnpaIiy at Pittsburg, ^ e .inperfnteaSent forbade employers «!«?rlnK/tnat they smoke good ones or none, yiteourefc the men struck. The Imagining that one: has any as against a sinoker, can have ' protection against hissmoking what he pleases and where he .pleases and as much as he pleases, is stupeiidons. No person has anybusiness tone in a stage coach or a public hall, or on the street, who has any objections to having the fumes of vilest tobacco, from the strong- est pipe, blown by the foulest breath into his face. A political meeting wouldn't be in accord with our republi- can instincts that wasn't enveloped in tobacco\" smoke. There are some weak, sensitive creatures, who are made sick by such an atmosphere—they ought to go righ% away somewhere, they are not fit to live in a free country. We atten- ded a...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 2 May 1884

'lMnSmmMm Advices of Uie28d report the prodpecte fa- vorable tat the tjonstruction of a railroad through the lake shorecounties to Sturgeon ': -. Killed by'-ilieep:.Dogs. ''•• :: Henry Barlow, » deaf and weak-minded boy ^ Sjawa, was bitten to death by four fero- etou* ih^ep dogs, in an open field near Coch- ran, Ga., on the 22d inat v iHoroMbrmona. the emigrants arriring at New Yori Among t l •n the 2uth were §\"18 raw recruits for the Mor- mon Chnroh, the r»ralt of proselybng in En- gland/ Wales and Scandinavia.' Panic i n a- Hotel. \" Fire brokeontin the Belirestaurant and public houae, London, on the night of the 23d. The building, which was filled with people, was totally destroyed. Four table girls wereburned to death and a large number of guests burned and otherwise injured. . . \\ :. . 8npwr up'North. . Dispatches of the 23d report snow two feet d a ep in the Lake Superior country and at Eagle S »r bdr the ice is reported to be 83 inches thick a i l solid. The trestlework...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 9 May 1884

nOTKLS. / ^ E D A R S M E E T HOUSE, * ^ XJ Sylvester Wead, Proprietor^ Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. A/first-classhotel, wUt imoderate cliarges. Agood sample room kept for the benefit of traveling men. A FREE ^BOS to all patrons moderatecharges for takingpassengers to otherJbofels or places. •' of business in-the city.' • /: r -.- •(\"-^ E ' 'XCHAJJiGE-HOTELi^ ^:--^- /^ Ji. S. Erskine, Frop»i^ Cedar Street, Sturgeon Bay. Newly opened, and finely furnished. Warm and pleasant rooms. BoardJ$^to $6 per' week, Transient,Js^5° •'•tO..$2'.'peMi| day. The publicy(vill find this one ofU! the best kept Ig&uses on the peninsula. A good sampk^oom in connection. Travelling men furnished witlv a first-class team, and drivenj£r a n y pa r t of the county. ,\"• - ^ V f O R T H W E S T E R N HOUSE, jT -LI H. lIaluirProp»r, •:•.\" Stnrgeon Bay. Centrally located, •ad «0»« jgSStjb vehiehtly arranged. A perfect HJIH jnf home for travelling men, and five MSIMW sample rooms are kept for th«» piP...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 9 May 1884

t Eatered, assecond-class matter, I | M»tthePc)8tpfflce at Stnrgeon Bay, f f 8TMGEQ5TBAT ^vJv&-. J U Â¥ $ I8S4 AND HAPPESINGS. Robt. Carson, of Forestville, wa3 in the cits: Monday. ' ,Wm. ToaeianoY Bailey's Harbor, was in the city yesterday. L. M. Griswolds mill at Fish Creek will start up next week. Mr. Thoa. Vo9e, postmaster at Vos ville, was in oor city Tuesday. P. W. Freese, of Ft. Howard, spent Monday and Tuesday in this place. Rev. E. Blnme went to Ahnapee last Tuesday and returned on Wednesday.* •- A No. 3 Diebold safe for sale. Cheap, and good as new. • G. W. ALLEN. John Masse bas just received a new invoice of stoves. Go and look them over. W. H. Warren, Clay Banks, has the L part of his new residence up and en- closed. E^*PANTS, DOWN—Pants and vests, overalls, shirts, etc., cheap at Law- rence's. Paul Bartelt, of Milwaukee, has taken charge of E. E. Hutchinson's drug store, this city. Fishing at the canal and Clay Banks is said to have been rather dull so far this se...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 9 May 1884

liiliiiii STUKGEON BAY .^.... .MAY 9,18M The National Anti-monopolx^nven- tion will be hfiW at the Bjftggs House, Chicago, May 14, r ^ A national gathering of undertakers will take p l a ^ at Pittsburgh on the 28th and 29t of thw month. id rail routes from Boston fc and Chicago have cut down tjwfrate on sugar to twelve cents. All- rail routes charge fifteen cents. Charles Ford, the slayer of Jesse James, put a bullet through his own heart at Richmond, Mo., on the 6th inst. No cause is assigned for the act. Strikes and dull business have shat- tered the coal trade along the Monon- gahela riven A number of the heavy dealers are shutting down their work to await a favorable turn of affairs. The National Women's Temperance Union, in view of the coming presiden- tial campaign, have designated Tuesday, May 27th, as a day of prayer for the wel- fare of the country and its institutions There was no necessity for P. T. Bar- iu m to send to Asia for another elephant to import into a country t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 9 May 1884

Wg^MWffiffig* The connty poor-home at HarWard,Miob., was destroyed by fire on the 80th. fifteen inmates perished., TfellowFeniv ..: ••-•''. ' The United States steamer Portsmouth ar- rived at^Newport B. I., on the 29th, with a nomber of cases of yellow fever«bn board. Bo*^ Sentenced. BOOT, the Long Island fiend who murdered Annie Maybee, had been sentenced to hang on the 6th of June. The trial closed on the 27th. New Officials. Henry W. Cannon, of Blinnesotft, succeeds Knox as comptroller of the United States treas- ury. Jamea A. Connelly, of Illinois, has been named as solicitor of the treasury. Ballway Disaster in Spain. By the breaking of a railway bridge at Cinda- dreals, Spain, on the 27th. twenty-eight per- sons were instantly killed andftlarge number injured. . - : • .. JFrmsk James Acquitted. The trial of Erauk James at Huntsville, Ala.,' for complicity in the Mussel Shoals murder, concluded on the 25th, ending in a yerdict of acquittaL : * ' • ' A. Heavy Collapse. Cavalry ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 16 May 1884

\"VrORTnwRSTKRN HOUS Sturgeon Bay. Centrally veniently «!»«!\"! home for tr sanipli iticated, sod ged. A perfect ing men, and five ooms arc kept for the'u For the comfort of custom, the house is so that it needs no further Y VIEW HOUSE, L John Gccttehnann, Proprietor* Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept up to \"A. I.\" in all its ap- pointments. It is on the West side of the bay, and so has sure connec- tions with Ahnapee, Green Bay, andtS the world at large. It is head quarters lor the stages to all points South. Good beds, good table, sample room for traveling men— every thing O. K. Stable accomodations ample. EUREK.A HOUSE, JACKSONPORT,- L H. Erskine, Proprietor, .Jacksonport, Dcor County, Wisconsin. The MOI /s very best accommodations for man, i ^ ' v ^ j l a i i d first-class facilities for keeping Illl&rSaliorses and stock. Var well stocked. One calf always insures a repetition. 35-to f^i LO15E HOTEL. ' \" •\".\"- :' .\"\"• * I T Roger Eatong-h, Prop'r...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 16 May 1884

f v Entered, as second-class natter.,^ ^, at thoPost Offie* atBtnrgeon B»». f v ST0BGEON«AY: .MAY16.I8S4 1SD HAPPEXIXGS. A telephone is being placed in Senator Minor's residence. A. D. Thorpe and wife, of Clay Banks, visited here Tuesday. * T.H. McCullagh and lady visited this city during the past week. T. H. Smith left for Chicago Tuesday, on board the steamer Corona. Geo. Rathbnn, of Egg Harbor, was on \"our streets one day this week. Otto Helmholtz has sold bis farm in the southern part of this town. Hon. L. M. Washburn and lady aro spending a few days'in Chicago. Miss Laura Bacon, of Ahnapee, is stopping with friends in this city. S^~A complete line of Jersey jackets, for ladies^ at A. W. Lawrence & Co.'s. A Tso. 3 Diebold safe for sale. Cheap, and good as new. G.W.ALLEN. ESTOats wanted at A. W. Lawrence & Co.'s elevator. Highest cash price paid. Mrs. A. Laplant, of Egg Harbor, is the guest of Mr. M. F. Laplant, of the Cedar Street House. That brand new fiih pole of D...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 16 May 1884

nmran GRANT 8LAU0HTEBBI TO 8E5£CCLATOBS. Since otir last - ^ t i ^ ^ ^ ^ n B i i y has been startled by the |«tfgest and one of the worst double failures which has oc- curred in many years. The collapsed in- Btitution^are The Jtfarihe National Bank of New^/fork and the stock brokerage firm,^ Grant & Ward* two concerns *ch appear to have been intimately Associated with each other. The Marine Bank was an old institn- tion, and has been considered strong and reliable. It was one of the city de- positories to the extent of $1,000,000, and the depository for many trust funds. The president of the bank owned five- eights of its stock and had therefore su- preme control of its affairs, the board of directors being merely nominal. Mr. Fish, the president, and Ferdi- nand Ward, a shrewd stock operator, had been intimately connected socially and in business relations for years/and when Gen. Grant had become settled in New York they conceived the idea of or- ganizing a aide show to the M...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 16 May 1884

J I K $ $ ^ Texas Tornado. :•'-. Dd RiOt'Tex, W»B swept by »tornado, on the 2d, which leveled a church and several other buildings and killed one man. Five persons were seriously injured.* i ' Italian laborers. A Toronto dispatch of the 3d announces the arrival of 271 Italian laborers, from New York, to take the places of strikers on the Ontario & Quebec Railway. Heavy Damage. A Storm at Burlington, Vt, on the afternoon of the 2d inst damaged property to the extent of «C0,000. Abont 700 feet of breakwater were carried away. Egypt. Dispatches of the 5th report that Koroske, Egypt, has been evacuated, and Assouan is swarming with refugees. Fugitives from Khar- toum are expected at the same place daily. Ballroad Wreck. v During the heavy fog on the 5th inst, a col- lision occurred on the Chicago & Eastern Bail- road near Engiewood Station. Two men were fatally and twenty slightly injured. Pennsylvania Goal. Strikers and poor business have shattered the coal trade along the M...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 May 1884

EXCHANGE HOTEL, K. S. Erskine, Prop»r, , Cedar Street* Sturgeon Bay. ..-Newly': opened, and -finely furnished. Warm and pleasant rooms. Board §410 $6 pcrja week. Transient, $1.50 to $3 peiJftireip day. The public will find this one of jp$ffi, the best kept houses on the pcnirisulfC^v good sample room in cennectkfli. levelling /men furnished witl. a' rirst-clasj^eain, and : driven to \\s\\ypart of thecouf •0RT\\\\\\?F5Tl*rx HOUSE, *\"*wm, Prop'r, feiiliaily located, and COa» Gently arranged. A perfect rlial JKome for travelling men, and five sample rooms are kept for then jccai^»s1=u.special use. For the comfort of kvJpP^ r transient custom, the bouse is so \"ably known that it needs no further immemlation. Sturgeon Bay. • AY VIEW HOUSE, John Goettelmann, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept up to \"A. I.\" in all its ap- pointments. It is on the West side! of the bay, and so has sure connec-Jjj tions with Ahnapee, Green Bay, andJJ the world at large....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 May 1884

TERMS OF SUBSCBlPTim: 1 Y3EAB , | i m 16 Mos^75e. J 3 MO&, 40e.: Entered, as second-class matter, at the Post Office at Sturgeon Bay l BTORGKOH BAY... ... . MAY 23v 1884 AND HAPPENIJCGS. Geo. Larson, Bailey's Harbor, wa3 in town Monday. M.C. Haney.of Ahnapee, spent Mon- day iu this place. • \" E. B. Graham is building another ad- dition to his warehouse. itev. G. W. Prescott being absent, there will be no services at Hope church Sunday. A telephone has been ordered by the fcouncil to be placed in the residence of City Marshal Stephenson. D. M. Kelly, of Green Bay. stopped in our city Tuesday, while on his way to Jacksonport on a business trip. And now it is that our meat markets serve their customers with meat as tough as the prices asked\"for it. The city council will hereafter meet the last Wednesday in each month in- stead of Thursday as heretofore. Gardener Buchart has built a substan- tial and new picket fence along the Cedar street frontage of his premises. W. A. Ives has ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 May 1884

W^^^^^^m^m^^m^^mWmw^^^ s i t s . ! ii.iMira^ STURGEON BAY: .MAYS3,i8^i THE ASTI-MOSOPOLISTS PCT CPJBKTLKB. The national conventionj antinmo- norwlists met at Chicaga^t Wednesday to nominate candidates for president and vice-presidenii of the United States, with 158 delegsftea present, representing 21 States./-The platform calls for the adoption/of the Reagan interstate com- mercef&ii, for a revision of the tariff in favpf of the workingman, and for legis- Jtfuon to protect individuals against corporations. An informal ballot for candidate for president resulted: Ben--be jamiu F. Butler, 124 Allen G, Thurman, 7 Solon Chase, 1. Butler was then de- clared the nominee and the convention adjourned. No nomination was made for vice-president. Says the Chicago Tribune, the high- toned Republican paper of the west: \"Taken all in all, it was a pretty respectable gathering, afflicted of course by the usual number of nuisances in the shape of would-be orators and queer parlamentarians. * *...

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