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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 May 1884

\"Nli^SGi s 63^ cents damages against «f&p§»io occurred inthe ^ p e * ! ^ ^ ! ^ . ? v:|&K£c5aaiig of toe 8th, caused by the altar ektdiing fire. Manypeople were injured* v Ml^ftHir Indiotmentoi TheBpeoUil^nmd jmy^r ^ ww apj^tofc* to consider the crimesgrowing out o/ the.flot «t QncfanaO, made » report on .the 12th. Kfty.fonr indictments were returned. The thirteenth annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias, convened at Madison, on the 13th inst. The order is in a flonruhing condition in the state. A Receiverfor Wabash. It was officially announced on the 12th, that the Wabash road hadbeen placedin the bands of a temporary receiver. An effort will be madetopot the affairs of the company on a solid basis. -, •: • : .-••• ': . •- . Little Run for a Cent. The failure of the Northwestern Car Com* pany, created some excitement at Stillwater, Minn., and a ran was inaugurated on the First National Bank. Theranwas checked after •25,000 had been paid out Mutinous L...

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 — 30 May 1884

e T ? X C H A 1 ^ E ^ Q ^ E L p t .: ^ 4 ^ S1\"*** ?l«ra««vvBay. ^New-ly opened wfl finely' furnished. - Warm at»«l- a, pleasant r o d ^ U- week, Transient, ^i^:id^iperSr^M • : day. The public,^11 rind this oifeolEKJ*!} U»e best kept IKJUSCS on^thef peni^uiai A good sample rbpuvin conneci^n. rtavdiln«K Wen, furnished wit*.:a tirat-^a^^ea^.-j ^ driven to any pa^t fcf thecounty :, ,-:TJ ' ' o f e T E j W t ^ T i i i ^ n ^ - - - - - - ly lucauil, and con* arranged. A ^perfect $or travelling men, and five ile rooms are kept for tbeh , j 0 c a , jrpctial use. For the comfort of ^'„Vf^Â¥ansien t custom, tfce house is so wcwi^W kno*n that it needs BO further BAY VIEW HOUSE, • ' John Gcettclmann, 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-i tions with Ahnapee, Green Bay, and the world at large. It is head quarters lor the singes to all points South. Good beds, go...

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 — 30 May 1884

M:'a*the Port Office at Sturgeon Bay. J • II 8TTJBG^£M^ MA*S^i88* ASM flAPPENIJtGS. Mrs. C. tavasspr is visiting relatives i t • Kewaunee. Thos. McDermott, Forestville, was in town Wednesday - A. M. Spear returned home Wednesday fromVtrip Sooth. We noticed J. E. Hoyt, of Sister Bay, on onr streets Saturday last, Mr.P.Ryan, Grand Duke of Jaekson- pbrt, Was in town Wednesday. Henry Marshall, deputy U. S. Marshal, Milwaukee, was here Wednesday Isaac Clark, iWWhiteflsh Bay fisher- ' man, spent Wednesday in our eity. Alderman Marshall is building a large barn on his farm, just east of the city. John Clinkenburg, of Washington Island, was on our streets Wednesday. It's the early fisherman that gets the worms, whether they catch anyfishor not. The dedication of the Advehtist church takes place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Commissioner Ryan has bought Mr. John Masse's nobby family horse, \"Dandy.\" Justice S. Beery, of Bailey's Harbor, has been in the city since Tuesday on business. E.R....

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 — 30 May 1884

It tidesnot look as thonghttte English Governmenthad anysatisfactory ground for belieVing that 6aa«fal Gordon was isa^^riie \"elBottevroiW(?!'#^wa^ *iai' sineeS^^ i have failed. The reports show tS|^|Ihe Mahdl has been gaining etreagtt^pid Khartoum is probably so closel^intested that a messenger even caftiiot get throagh the lines. - The recordof the loss of lifeon vessels plying between this country and Earope promises to reach appalling figures for the year 1884. The French brig Seno- rine has gone down on the Newfound- land coast with 62 persons on board, all of whom perished. The Florida carried down 135 persons, and the Daniel Stein- mann 115. There were 100 lives lost on the City of Columbus, but that vessel was not bound for a European port. Whether or not carelessness was the cause of the disaster to the Senorine will probably never be known. The sentiment in favor of cremation seems to have recently taken a fresh start. A short time ago there was an effort,made to get a bi...

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 — 30 May 1884

MWIiiiWEBp Theoomingottgeof theBassianCzarowitz wu celebrated with gtwt joiap ^ awgnifc 1 Mexico Confirms the Treaty. The Mexiciwt Senate,':a& the I5t* inst, con- finned the recently adoptedratonxatytreaty between thttconntry ana the United Htatea. ^A Salt Involving •WO^OO. Twelve mitt igahat tbeci y of Watertown, Win., involving $700,000, were deoded by the rtpreme court on the 16ttt iusfc, in favorof the ' city. , 'v'/: ' : Steamer Wrecked. ThesteamBhip Ulynan, from Liverpool for Boston, was recced near Cape Clear flgnt,on the ttiab const, on the night of the lotn. Passengers and crew were saved. Wind in Illinois. Dispatches froro Qnincy.DL, of the 18th, re- port a heavy storm of wind and rain in that section, which did considerably damage to property. No one is reported injnred. No Female Preachers. The Methodist Conference at Philadelphia, on the 17th, adopted a report of the itineracy committee declaring action on the question of allowing women to praaon inexpedient. Failur...

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 — 6 June 1884

•AY VIEW HOUSED i ^H-a.» jobn eoettelmann, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin,This fpBuIar hotel is still kept up to \"A^L* M ill i&y # - ^ J j ^ pointirients It is on u V West*siae of the bay, and so his' star* cQnpi^ tions with Ahnapee,Green Baji aHd . the world at large. It is head \"quarters for the stages to allfpointsSonth Gbod beds, good table, sample room: for traveling men— every thing O. K, Stable aco^bdations ample,..•'_•'•' ',' .V . ... •,'•- ---'-•,'•.'•.'• 'yZ.'r I!i THJR'EKA HOUSE, JACKSONPOR^ L. H.Eraklne, Proprietor, p(_ Jacksonport, Door County, Wisconsin. Tne *Wk A very r^tacc^nibdations for man, Z^fMsmi first-class facilities ifijr keeping j ^ ^ ^ h o r s e s and stock. Bar well stocked. One call always insures a repetition.v 35^10 ^ 1 LOBE HOTEL, v / - - '\"f.— \\JT Roger Eatongh, Prop*, Bailey's Harbor, Wisconsin. A first-elass house, kept quietly, with ino bar on the premises. Gocd food, good rooms, and good beds. Excellent stabling for teams. • •.''\"-' *' ...

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 — 6 June 1884

SiSj£§ll?S*f|§8t AND HAPPENINGS. , the iofant«hild otH. Mnirpliy fe very ^trs d ^ are told, Is '-:'quite-8lek»'V?^ : i f e iiw,Ml8$Ellis,o* ClayiBanto visited in thiscity Monday. JlissKatie, daughter of Conrad Weit tor, living neaVLittle Sturgeon Bay, is very lowttitfetyphoid fever. J Jos. Smith, of Jacksonport, Door coun- ty^ \"Cedar KinjBf^** was in onr^#1l6n- day and Tuesday on business.^ L. HV 3Erskirie proprietor Eureka House,' Jacksbnpdrt ind MrvJohnWil- son, also of that place, visited our town Monday/' y/:r-xf: -r:-r. M. McDermott -of rJacksonport, vill spend a few weeks visiting in|Peoriaf Illinois. Rumor has it that Mc is going The church building ejected in this city by the Seventh Day Adventists waM dedicated on Sunday last, Rev. Mr.nane Decker presiding. Henry Hildebrand and Jos. Heldmann /• Jeft Monday for Milwaukee, on board the Cororia, Where they 'will remain several days sight-seeing. •: Mrs. ^hso^o^Baiteyrs Harbor, wife of:Mtv^ John Wilson, mate on the Corona...

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 — 6 June 1884

5|tollMf|^ ssttek with great **f*^f.-:^.v':\" .'^-'. --V^-:'-.-:it Rkerau*. aad EAanwds. awia hoatufffcr*• ivcatisa will proceed t» ^A telegram from Chicago received here his moroiog says the situation is prac- tically tmchnngeri. The Blaine men are confident and predict his nomination on second or third ballot \\ Arthur's men Temain firm. The Logan, Sherman, and Edmonds men are waiting and hoping for a breaktoth e Arthnran(l iBlatotf: forces. It is generally thpnght the re- sult will not be reached to-day, unless there should be a second session. The convention will proceed to ballot to-day. The convention adjourned at two o'clock this morning, and reassembled at 11 A. M., but np to time of going to press nothing further of a definite char- acter has been done, and it is.impossible to predict the result. LATEE—James O. Blaine, of Maine, nominated on 4th ballot, for President. _ for medieattorrices be cancelled and j coiislderrt as gifts to the debtore. Dr. According to a proTision...

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 — 6 June 1884

BritUb Ship Wrecked. .-•• Dispatehea (received on the22d inst, :r«K port the week of thettritiBhBhipSyria on Kji IsJ^. 8eyeijfy peraonB perlahed. ^ The steamer Castalia, from Palermo for New York, gronnded off Denim, Spain, on the 22d inst She jettooned apart of her cargo. ' MexJott'a President Will Besl^n. The National, a newspaper of the City of Mexico, m its issueof the attb, says President Gonzales will soon ask Congress to permit him to resign. y^y y -v ••-yy^jy • 7^ ^ Trouble at the Mines. *r„ AgHttabwg dispatch of the 28th, says 1,600 miners of the third pool have refused to accept ft redaction, and a delegate meeting will bealternates,J.Dt. held at Honongahela City to endeavor to bring about a generalstrikeof the fonrpooJs. The English Derby. Thecelebrated Derby race at Epsom Downs, onthe 28tb, resulted in a dead heat between St. Gahen and Harvester. The stakes were divided between the owners of the ttsotani- mals. :^ •, y y • ' ^ \" ^ A Hew Cable. The steamer Faraday arriv...

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 — 13 June 1884

*iCe^aV$tr*ei£ -fjl^^finely:«i^^ pleasant *oorns. : £lka^$4~ $6 \\pjeij dttjf. The pubitftvwiU find this ^eofJSE : X -iihe best -..ikre yjh8m»e»-:.«ifcv.i^^^pwmi*^^?^ 'A\": vgQQ SMnr^eir^riiinj'^connections Tj&veiling r?lnenj farnisji ^driven to.any pari^f ihe^^ JL* '•: v:'.v:•'.. t li. ilaiiij^rop^ •\"••.-• Storgeon Bfy. Ceiitrally iocatcd, and (^JPM^-i^Mfentiys arranged. l *A perfect iijjiMujJki^lbr travelling men and fi*» ^ wi^|j||rown» are kept for theit ,i^|^|||te. For the comfort ol ^locafsfaiKfrans^tustom, the house,» to i»voi!i|||t^o|i* tlut it needs i» awrtlier sgcomir^ndauon. -. .^. •, '• ,-••: -.-: ' ' • -^ : • •\"-. .•-.:_. BAY VIEW HOTJSE^ ,. jolin Gattelmftiiii^Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel a stm'keptup\"to,,A.J.!*li!i^an:ite'''4p^_iJ^i^' pointments. It is ofl the West side of the bay, aid so has 6ttre connec-. tions with Ahnapee, Green\" Bay, andU the world at large. It is head quarters for the stages to all points South. Good beds...

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 — 13 June 1884

• i t Eatered,aawcor&^aM matter,,J %t at.the Peat Office at Sturgeon Bsy.f BTtmiSffiO^lltpi ., ..JUNE 13,1884 1NB HAPPENINGS. Mrs. Henry Sooreland, of this city, fa qnitesiek. Haying and fly-time, and still every- body is not happy. Mr. D. Cnlnanis making marked ad- vancement on his new farm. Mrs. A. D. Thorpe, of Horn's Pier, visi- ted in this place on Tuesday. Mr. Chas. Whiffen and lady are in the city visiting relatives and friends. Rev. B. Blame went to Ahnapee last Monday and returned on Tuesday. SSfGenaine Portland Cement for sale At Gillespie & Dasnkoehifflr*8, Bay View. Fourth, of July three weeks from to- •day. Howflo you propose to celebrate? A fine boyat the home of Martin John- 6ou?s makes the daddy particularly happy. Mr. Prescott will preach at the school house in Jacksonport next Tuesday evening. Mr. T. H. Smith has returned from his trip East, and found no favorable mar- kets there. Edgar Davis who has been spending several weeks in Madison, returned home Wed...

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 — 13 June 1884

rVBUSRKB ET^KT niDAT BT The Republican Katlonral Convention \"which met in Chicag6'Tae8day, finished its work Frida^Janiea^ G, Blaine, of Maine, recei^ga the nomination for president mmm* ballot, lis stated in ^onr1ast.isaue^:. '. j Pn^^fir«t ballot Arthur, Blaine, Ed^ innjV&l}, Logan Sherman, Hawley, Lin- la and W. t. 8herman alt received rvotes in the following order: Blaine 334 Arthur 278 Edmunds 93 Logan 63 **•• Hawley 13 ' Lincoln 4rtVVT^Shennan 2i, from Michigan^ v The large voters for Blaine were8 frbni Arkansas, 16 from California (solid), 18 from Indiana, 26 from Iowa(solid), 12 from Kansas, 12 from Maine (solid). 10 from Maryland, 15 from Michigan, 8 from Nebraska, 8 from New Jersey, 28 from New York, 21 from Ohio, 47 from Pennsylvania, 13 from Texas, 12 from West Virginia (solid), and 10 from Wis- consin. Arthur's strength was in Alabama— 18, Georgia 24, Kentucky 16, Louisiana 10, Mississippi 17, Missouri 10, NewBelmont, York 31, North Carolina 19, South Caro- lina 1...

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 — 13 June 1884

^SWilSnS^S&Mi Anoni 1,600 namsrt'in - £ P « * * f e ? ^ struck pntha 2d inrt* »g-i-t * red_sttonof •'£% of «[cent inthemining irate. r A fbwignw with •^ P-t°t WM KiwtedM JSngc&OTl»Wfi»t beIntendedto Msa8sin«te the J5oko of Cmtoridgev N«w» form K u u l a , Effypt. Cwioftdviceaof tne29^ sbto fl»tl*W8t news reported Kessalrcompletely ^otated.^e gwri- Bon has plenty of ammombion, but food ia get- ting ecaroe. ..-•. '-'_V___,_-• V^ \" \\ Animal* Burned. r The E«si London aquirioro. at Bishops Gate, burned orftfae 4tb. ±1*W . n u 2 * - ^ valuable animate were roasted and others bad to be shot . •.' .- • ' • A Boy Bra« Clerk. Mrs. Prankish, of Toronto, Bent her Bon to a drug store for medicine, and a boy clerk sent berpoison by mistake. After taking the dose she died in a few minutes. Drowned Cowboys. A dispatch of the 4th Inst, from Denver, CoL, given details of a tragedy, at. • a cattle round-up otf Frenchman Greek, m Nebraska, The creekoverflowed its banks, drowni...

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 — 20 June 1884

moxxts. m^\"BM^Mm^i^^r$! £&4ȣ:$t'!^^ 'feWeel^'rjT^ JJhSbest \\ ke]^^.-|ii?i»&B*:5«^^i)teX '^MSS:kui v 'r , **• rgQ^san^^ : :TOentfurnislvcd^:^ Hiiiil homefor tCfflVeUinB men, and five are- kept for their use, 5 For Ihe' comfort oi local or • iramjfeht custom, the bouse is so fcvorahly^tiown -that it need* no farther \"WJonuiMi^jatioo sanipli BUSi^S#GAlDS. AITOBStrS. / \" I 'W.'ALLEN, V J . A Sturgeon Bay. & Co.'s store. •-'.'''•' • '. ttoracy ct Law, Office over A. W. Lawrence H.M McNALLY, •Attorney' at Law, Sturgeon Bay. .Office „on C«Mar Street, op- posite Music Hall, two doors South. A VIEW HOUSE, John Gcettelmann,Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept up to•*•'A. L* in ill its Ap- pointments. It is oh the West Side/ of the bay, and so has sure cohnec-fij turns with Ahnapee, Green -Bay andfcj the world at large. It is head quarters for the stages'to all points South. Good beds, good table, sample room for traveling men— every thing O....

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 — 20 June 1884

TEBMSVFaUBSCRTPTTOXt I YEA* f V6& 1»jToR, TBe. 11 HOB, « c \\baac Claris flf^teflah Bay, tiafted :v this .pia^/saiuMay.,^ Master Natgarland, of Ghieagivls yisr iting relatives in this 5lt N. Ni Crohjwelicame overfrbm ^ek- sonport on business $desdayv i SOIL D. Hamoieiir of Applefon, has been inthe city seyeraVda^tlie present p. G, Eibbard, one of JacksonporWs prominent business men was with'•&. • Saturday. - . S The Milwaukee Industrial Exhibitiotf opens September 13th, and closes 18th of October. rf r ^r-i'T', Ole Ericksori, of Sister Bay, and Lottis J. Neman, Elison's Bay, spent Saturday in this place. ^ Oscar Hart and wife, of Idlewild, have been stopping at the. Exchange fori* Ifewdays^paafci- - % The Green Bay base ball club scooped the Chicago Blues on Saturday by a.this score of 12 to•Â£• ...• Mr, J. Rogers, of Elison's Bay, was in the city the latter part of last week, on a business mission . .:j' :• Some punishment should be devised for the boys who at this time 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 — 20 June 1884

mmmmm ^s© tKtStaiseoiiMrf I MftaiiiH^^ *HD HAPPEXWeSr toe Clark of Wliiteflah Bay, Visited tills WaceSatiirday. Master Nat Garland, of Chicagoi vis- iting relatives in this city. v N. N. Cromwell came over from Jack- sonport on business Tuesday. \"'\"-.' HonV D. Hamniei,' of Applefon, has been lathe city several days the present week.-'\" P. 6. Hlbbard, one of Jaeksonport's prominent business menj was with ns Saturday. - : 5 The Milwaukee industrial Exhibition opens September 13th, and closes 18th of October. .. :•••.' f V Ole Krickson, of Sister Bay, and Louis J. Neman. Elison's Bay, spent Saturday in this place. Oscar Hart and wife, Of Idlewild, have been .stopping at the Exchange for.* ^ewdayspast^ ••'\"',. The Green Bay base ball club ncooped the Chicago Blues on Saturday by a.this score of 12 to 6. Mr. J. Rogers, of Elison's Bay, was in the city the latter part of last week, oh a business mission. Some punishment should be devised for the boys who \"at this time of year wanton...

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 — 20 June 1884

FCBIX3HSB K f r a r FftDAT s i |TD^E0N/: B^A ^,, :Htiimi 20J1S& v1. V y^^^^^Ju^-i^^^^-$'^ In accordance wit* t h e ^ i i issued by the Independents of M/aggachosette, for a mass meetlug offvtl voters opposed to the nomination o£ Blaine and I^gao, a large gattu^fe ^ m W e d at^Boston J*81 •**%*& imposed of Independent ^PjJSffcaos and kicking Democrats- J ^ m e e t t n g wae largely ^tended, *nd sported to'have been enthusiastic. The following resolntiona were adopted: - .\",WHBBBAS,We are met in corfereoce as Repub- lfc«D8 aud Indepen4«nte * Maswchnsetts to take action ID opposition to the nomination of tb« lion. James 6 . Bialne for President and JoHa A . Logan for Vice President of the United States and ''':\"':'' -:-\"-: Wanness These candidates were named in absolute disregard of the reform sentiment of the Nation, and represent political methods and principles w which we are unalterably opposed. Swotted, That it fa oar conviction that the country will be : better ser...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 June 1884

'\" v^j* Ksnao*y Seb|^icopvisa&oiu *:?h* O^eltoterDatibBiii finj^y^didoljSHwentipn ofthe United States and provinces began its annual session at LonisviU^SKy., on t|ie lltn. •V Trees in thericimty of Sheibyvffle, 111., are being killed by Iniyro^Si ^peculiar? insects which do their bngbthlg: work in a few days. -' :t**oWH«»K-ferNone. V.\"... ATdispatch of the llth int sayBjTheForfere- iuses to send a representative to the Egyp- tian conferenee nnletB the whote Egyptian qneation is sabmitted. . Western Union's Dividend. Western Union on the 10th insfc declared a qnarterly dividend of 1% per cent., and will have a surplus Of $200,000 in the treasury af- ter its payment ?„-?:J4 .~ ' },:/,-,. \\* '. A Corner Stone. The corner stone of the \"new Parliament building at Berlin was laid \"on the 9th insfc with royal ceremonies. Bismarck read the Em* peror'a speech. •. , Sustained. The supreme court of Tennessee on the 7th, maintained the constitutionality of the act passed by the last...

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 — 27 June 1884

•jJXCHANGE-iiOTELvv^^ Cedar Street, Siur^tOti iJay N^w-Jy oj^ned. and finely, furi:isir«l. AVarm giiil:: i ^ pleasant rponisl l.ittrd $4 to $6 p e » i ^ | b ^ week, Transient $1.50 to $2 pei&£§$» day. The public will /ind tliis one t4|____f the best Jicpt houses on the penult,!... \\[A. good sani^room in connection^Xravelli men furnishedMil', a hrsi^class -learo,'-\"jfcrf driven to any parr of ibe county.^ JLT J!. Ki]:i! 5*io » Sturgeon iiuj,. «-t»a»-^*^Uj and coa- ^ ^ ^ ven'c,'lb'JMrrai.ged. A perfect jlMtJ** hume jCT«ave»inji men, and \"five jlPTlifl 5 a \"J^ i rooms- are kept for theii .f-iiglt^A^si^iai aKt F o r • £he comfort 0/ local u fcvoraljly\" k^own that U* need* no farther emendation. • . • . • B\"}AY-VTEW HOUSE, JL John Gcettelmann, Proprietor, _ iiay 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, andU 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 — 27 June 1884

TERMS wmsscmpTimi i YEAR, $i^a | 6 MOS*, ?5C | 8 «06^ ®C t Entered, aa -eeond-ela-s matter, I | at the Pt*t Office M Sturgeon Bay. (.:• : BTDB6JS0N !|AYv:i V^- ^lD»E:»f^i854' AND HAPPENINGS. fclTPatig green at Hutchinson's. Another frost last night, No damage reported. Daily mail after Monday next, to all points North of this city. The wife oE mcrcliant Hay has re- turned from her Visit south. Do not fail to look over the several 4t,h of July ads. in another column. Mrs. Higginsift painting the exterior of her cottage, on Church street. Miss Jennie Doak, of Ahnapee, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. R. McLachlan. ESfPure drugs, cheapest, at Hutcliih- Mrs. J. Terens, of Michicott, is in the city visiting her daughter, Mrs. Arnold Wagener, Mr. Hughin Riley, of Manitowoc, is in the city visiting Ills daughter, Mrs. Henry Spenser. Ripe wild strawberries have made their appearance in this market—15 coats per quart. * Chak 1 Hitti the gentlenianty propri- etor of the Eagle Hotel, Clay...

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