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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 June 1884

PUBLISHED RVE3Y FMDAT B t STURGEON BAY. JUNE 27, tffi4 WHEN POLITICS WILL BE H O K O B ^ B L E . This is the time ofJMW whefi' political .troth is stretched shockinglxr both ways. Democratic journals charjig Republican candidates with tbiergry, corruption, andla- life sach as^iySatan himself could lead. On $& other hand, Repub- lican papersj#nold their men as being an honor e ^ n to celestial spirits. Noth- }??t??nj3e more degrading to the body ponticf than the present system of war- raj*&r adopted by politicians, for thethe lasses are ignorant of the truth for and \"against public men. There will be no improvement in this respect until radi- cal changes take place, not only among party leaders, but the press. When newspapermen more generally assume the honor of being self-thinkers and in- dependent of hnmbnggery, and give their readers what they profess to do, viz: newspapers, the platforms, lives, and standing of public men of the sev- eral parties, will be published uncol...

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 — 27 June 1884

W$i£i- mWMi^mmm*. road, i esigned on the 18th Into.: Charles Fran- -:cia Adams snoceedB him. - '.:- near CMriden, P i , on the 1 ^ Eight peraws were killed and niair/hajnred. Dispatches ofthe 16threpfrtthe BiflMnp of the Twig Eliria in the Arctic Oceaiij after strik- ing anTceberg Ten of the crew were drowned. filghXleenae. .: The City Conneii of JolieWICI., oaths 16th, fixed the license fee at $J,0£W per annum, with no pro-rating for portions of the year. • • Not Very CSood, Bat Good Enough. The Ohio supreme court on the 17th inst., declared part of the Scott liquor law unconsti- tutional. _________ Fiat.and Bno Indicted. * James D. Fish and John C. Enowere indicted by the United States grand jury at New York on the 17th inst, for misappropriating nation- al bank faade. ___________ unt.n l/uca» Convicted. ' Dr. Lucas C. Williams, the notorious Chica- go specialist, was convicted j the 13th inst., of Bending objceae mvtter thr ough the mails, and fined $200 and costs. Coal In I o...

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 July 1884

wSM ^^^^^^^^^^^^^glmm^ sis? \"\"\"\"'ysli imtrtehdatlon: f.jl,l.X'X-'lU»-\".jJ! | yZ'lWi'M.Cf' is* \"A VIEW HOUSE, ^$j*y View '- \\Viicoh»& :v^h«ftpiB|5taar • hot«! '&. •'• '\"'.•v-poWuaea . 1 »!.i*i.vi..»i._' JI j j On , ?afi2 iO lias t*. : t iJs wi : ^ e s t ? * •lions yfisii AhnapeefGreett Bay, .tfticii!_ .. the w^idr-itt i*rfce* • It4$ : b«t*s%ua«erv tiii: lr«*tasjeViOJdl rxrinU- So^^ goodtafcteFlsarttpk roc*vt' for ,tra»elftg Vn«:v~: '*VerJ::'\\tfi»njr' G Kt* t&J&le^ia^iaWalM* J j i L H.lrskInfl,Ti'oyrJ?t«Ji ^ - Ja*»jiport Itoor .County, .Wft-eOn***-..: Tht: Tcry be*t sccoititnfwJitiD'js fur rem., ijand first-c!w» facilhiea fer.,kwiJt __ _ |iior»es. arid, ttock, \\B«r c/1 ?ocLr One'call tiWiirs'iiisUie* *^*^^^ 1 * r * : ^ :. .•/Ti»t6'BE:H(3!f K?v .. - v ' : \\ v ' ^ \" Vir Jloijer Eatonsrh, Pr/»p*r, Baijev's. liarh-or, \"W licuiiMii. -A tirrf-clRss hoi-sG^kcp't'cj '«t:y, wh h n o . *:ar c a the premises - G' d /cod, good-toon-it, and-'good ••...

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 July 1884

i s s ' s ^ . ' t ^ ^ l \\ # Attorney a t Law, •.:: jjVoo tfaY^Wftcftnsjji: Collection* a.*pse isltT.. -Offiftto:? tf btfnfc, : £' • A 1 S I E / B . V M K . \" \" ' Attorney a t Law, wni Ju.-t'.e of.ilic l e * c c A h . i . u i c f by/nuui will receive. car*ful AIM! prei?e t.k'm, C u b e hi i-aWfcnce'a blend., b u Bav. ' I ' M . S H E R M A N , J . A T ttornfT and CnmwdTcr at !/«•Â»*. CoJleoli/jn* c*refulW en.i prorr . t'v f.ifftvYvi to. An luthfv»-stn .br ins:! will Tecri**- prompt at ton? ion. Office ia Ci'y. 11-11, isY.r- feoo Bay, Wisconsin. ttlOXTKTRY. I^URFKA HOUSK, JACKSOMV )R 1, JacitsfjniKTt, Door County, VTutoh.^. I v jSJlgBWand ftrst-cl»M l-juilitv:* ror kw|.-:i f fgSg£§ll|hor»es and itock. bV veil jtoiAH. One call always 'mine* a r*v*tiu\"G«i. 35- t o CT I-LOBE HOT Kb. \"Uojrcr Ilatomrh, Pr«»f/r. Bailey's. H a r b o r , \\ \\ S ' . U I I M U. A rnvt-ria.-.s h o u w , kept quietly, with t* * y$w.\\ _'\"-v bar ori th e premises. Gf d &V{i-i'^. ..t.. food, yOo...

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 July 1884

BUSINESS .CARDS. nAI5.\\iiS.S,31A.KKHS. T \\ Y V I E W H A R N E S S SHOP , .JL rVfm. Bfti-nlmrdt, Prop'r, hay View. Manufacturer of harness, bridles j P ^ ^ ^ l i r n s h e s , curry combs, et c Much ^ — : 3 k c - , r e n a s ^ e n taken in the selection of my new stock, in order that I rimy retain a good reputation. . Give me a call, and you will go away well satisfied with your invest- ments.' All repairing neatly finished, and promptly attended to. ' ( • \"ALSTEAi ) S ^ O N . ' : ' h Harness-3i.».kors , Sturgeon Bay. New v.crk A speci-ilty. Re- pairing promptly attended to. %Ve always keep in stock a full assort-' ment- of harnesses,' saddles, whips, lap-spreads, blankets, harness oils, brushes, combs, etc. Shop second door south of Northwestern Hotel. ,j CIUAR FACTOttY. DE P E R E COM' L CIGA R F A C T O R Y . John Walske, Prop'r, I)epere, - Wisconsin. Th e most- popula' ln'ands manufactured in this establishmem, ire: Depere Commercial, Walske's Best, Geo. Washington, Sporting...

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 July 1884

w& *J£fefc».:, iife® itSIl» ^ ^ l ^ l ^ g tarParttgf^SIHaieMMon's . l f n . 0 . ^ Sitt, Clt]f B u k i , visited The soda w t W ware rolla on to tne* ee«thesedaya,''.^,:: •' •• Mm. Henry Bfclanke, oif Scrastopol, we a n told, if qurtoslek. Mrs. Frank DreeaeThM returned from her vi»it tp Fond dtt Lac BTUseWorM-Reiwwned Blood Puri- fier. For^ale at Hntehinaon's. Mrs. Doak, Of Depere, Ii visiting her, daufhterj Birs,L.B.VcLaehUn. John Manna,: Harbor, spent Hfonday and Tuesday in the county seat. OTPttre drugs, cheapest, at Itutchln- •wrt. , , ' ' . ^'.'.- Mrs. Tbos. 5.4farith left on the Cojro- na Mondayfora several days Visit in Chicago. John Bagnal, of Jaeksonport, and James Maples, of Whiteflsh Bay, were in this place Monday. Bopo Congregation will hold an lee cream festival, Thursday erening next, at Lawrence's Hall. Lawrenee Armbrust, of the town of Sevastopol, Is laying the foundation for a new dwelling house. R. D, Conway. of Kewaunee, and Pat. White and Henry Harkins, ...

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 — 4 July 1884

BUSINESS .CARDS, rUa*ESSJUKKHS AY M&N HARNESSSHOP, \" V • iWm.Barnharat, Proper, Hay View. Manufacturer of^harness, bridles collars, e^c., and dealer in whips, v brushes, curry combs, etc. Much .-a- • • .• 'care has been taken in the selection of my new stqcfc, m order that I may retain a Hood reputation. - G i v e roe * call, and you will g o away well satisfied with your invest- ments. All repairing neatly finished, and promptly attended to. - ••. • • % - 9-fet^,, £. R e . HALSTEADS^Orv. • \"•'.•*'•.. Harncss-Miikers, Sturgeon Bay Ne w work J» specialty, pairing promptly attended lo. W e always keep/in stock afull assort- ment-\" o f harnesses,' sadcTles, whips, lap-spreads, blankets harness oils, brushes, combs, etc. Shop second door south of Northwestern Hotel. • .- CIUAB FACTORS. DE P E R E COM' L CIGA R F A C T O R V John Walske, PrOp'r, I/epere, Wisconsin. Th e most • popular. 1.lands manufactured in this establishment, ire: Depere Commercial, Walske's Best, Geo. Washin...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 4 July 1884

''aWftaraJ the Statetw U m don tbK«wk» Door. »baa **e-yaMleaii i 600 ^#eU-Ofgmnl«ed ng department, ^•#11 fft I i- Independents— yaws ago polities H the column of bolting i the Western part of this epanty Congressional District so Urge that the tables promised 11 unless an nnnsnal amount of •id was giren nominee Stephenson here. Now Door county isn't particular about wiping out the \"color\" line on special occasions, so all hands took off their lit- tle jackets, and instead of giving Mr. Stephenson a 600 county majority and defeat in the District, theygave him a thousand majority and respectable elec- tion. True,' this cost some of our best men a Waterloo, but politics always puts an eye out when you least expect it. The time Is near approaching for an- other donation of political favors. The Republicans all oyer the State have reason to be proud of Door county, and the time has arrived when years of faithful service should be rewarded. It • to here\"that we have good, sound tim...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 4 July 1884

: T O | p q p p g i j v r t B & n t orcement of t h e eight- abolition o f t h e prison coBtradff** anfeation of th e laborin g classes fotection, t h e equalization of pen* *-*\"\" t h e establishment of a tariff, restriction o f the ' eral lands, t o t h e H a from yi were day ar e -DEALER IN n&on on the 25th. D. W. V^orbAi^ jMi «* 5s«»?««^% « ^ ' ^ . i i ' S * ***Mrj2 * * twi: : -l ,'|lir.3 * o * •Â« £? \"Ijgg . HSfercaiiliie*^tsiness?:': *t* ' £*u*,f •-*? n * a.. * 2 *•' -•--' \"o i\"*. • ' T ^ •\"'\" LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, A plank was^in** »*' *= r •*• • * A dondpUt Occurred The rusb-lrif •J*ajw?jea^^*1^^^ij&ffl»r. . - houses. ^ I h ^ G b W ^ t t ^ ^ ' ^ ^ ^ i f e ' A. prabft^ie hlast'no Aha ^ tunueUoIi «He-Hen^fl%rdi«tefiSS&!ifSf more M 0*0 •%$&p^ifati0Jlffixu Kauefudibwlyiiiiataa anoUifcr.v&%&/ J^Wtgef Cyneh'|»- Couritin StijMfMt arw^o dtizenaiurrojipded antf • j»i w|f^mo^m^.•thl^^^th# :K f $». B&iiiii, i&hd was ti#dUhg\"trial...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 4 July 1884

fftfci! 3*i «*i isE-s- .??'- ifl^-' 'ijK«tt t»*W\"i xT '•*'••-• •' ..-Jjit»S£-.' ..-i-o., - i -.:.--* ^,y' • - ' . - i ,'• -e-^t^•S8• »•..V^#•'i^','' \"'***/ -r.\"^-ftr,«*-.T)r?'. ir** r *•*\" give «. Her* •2,^027 for CO* IciiottQ auffrage 0bjbljrdi4 sjer^ioll 'Wf^StlaSO MM b were burteu bv 0&r%«Vifio|ia.£on &&23<B \"mat: t ^'fii^rW^jO .1$.fit&atcfc*'? '^' ^f-Sl'4^ i\"\"\"' TTtff Ttr^Iitijnftti. iii .(tsouptttoivoc jdbdoth«»9 J **jsjeii abort!. Gfbywil|,3^iL.^j^lfijr^^'sidpSn the *tf Bventionjat' led E.ft.J. pan'con-' r\"bit«for ! naticsisl 5fy !Bla£i£ lit\":body, Isia OD tfit •iior -X), d.:.j 'A. ,ce-preJBJ» 'avprs \"relkj-ioti, tewp|r- \"' %ht i*p- COD- at ChfC&-!if*«r*v': few* irioroy, .of i drawer, .*vgtrfi taswvea ,mvtfio 23cT. $*wrty» r •JuPpfcjJci*. Hosuof ti/Vicl*msii«*olaM»i '•Â«Â§rF .' MahMitmJiifanm\\ Mm _™. I *« »?1, % \\,'**? • . , ^ » « i i i i i ^ iOffi, ,jwi/potlM:.t^«»^ t h ( 5 ^ i « » l t o 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 — 11 July 1884

C^&rSUiciySiurgcoa ifey. New ly 6jTfiiea 'and finely {un»Bh«:d^i:-Waiih? swl, pleasant rooms. Board $4 to $6'..jJc^ week. • Transient, $1.50 to $2 p^i ^ y Tbc public will find this one u j the best kept houses on the perirosuiiv^A good sample room in connection, Tr^tllui men furnished witl. a tirst-class tjeim, aud driven to any part of .'the countyv, Sturgeon Bay,^ _: fcca'ted, and eo»» \" ~* veiu«»tjg,*rarranged. A perfect home^oi travelling men, end five J$£mp\\e rooms are kept for theii —r—=--^4_special use. For the comfort oJ J?0*1 Sic transient custom, the house is so ***5&bly known that it need* no fcrther JJSfcommendation. '•__. BAY VIEW HOUSE, John Gcettelmami, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept up to \"A. I.\" in all its ap« jwintments. Itis on the West side1 of the bay, and so has «ure connec-L lions with Ahnapee, Green Bay, ahdfcj the world at large. It is head quarters for the stages to all points South. Good beds, good ta...

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 July 1884

'1 v at the Po«t Officeat gtttrgegn Bay-I AND HAPPENINGS. Are you going to Menominee to see the elephant? tSTA few chilled plows for sale cheap at Tifft & Hay's. Henry Stare, of Clay Banks, called in to see ns Monday. Mr. Preseott will preach at Jackson- port next Tuesday evening. Mrs. T. H. Smith and mother have re- turned from their trip south. Larson & Co.'s chair factory looms up well, and has a \"hipped\" roof. C, A Masse had the bad luck to sprain one of his auklest, Sunday last. John Bley, of Jacksonport, tarried in the city a short time yesterday. • 'Squire G Q. Forey, of Clay Banks, tested our sidewalks Wednesday. The walls of Dr. Hutchinson's new brick drug store are nearing completion. - Miss MoUie Riley, of Menominee, Mich., spent the Fourth with friends in this city. Mr. B. Kimber is building a fine new dwelling house on his farm North of the city. And still our citizens find sweetness in wild strawberries at 15 cents per quart. Alderman Campbell has returned f...

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 July 1884

Miiiilii ^%^ P$£?5% \\ wm •mm m*mmmmf*m «• * VBU8HSD BTEBYFBIDAT B I STURGEON BAY. OTMfliii884 DEXDCB1TIC NAT^fSAL CONTEHTIOH. Polities wax wjtfm in Chicago to-day, and all sorte^of reports ate in circula- tion. Gol/viiaa, Wisconsin's favored son, is ejhairman of the convention. The conve/ntion is particularly notable for having sent as delegates its and most prominent men. The first ballot, which was reached last evening, resulted as fellows: Cleve- land 386 Bayard 171 Thorman 89 Randall 86 McDonald 56 Carlisle 27. LATEB.—Since the above was put in type, a telegram has been received stat- ing that Grover Cleveland, of New York, was nominated on second ballot. ij&coiii^ was: Mown doivn, on^nlg h^^ tti the ruina. The extent of the damage Is not known, but is feared will b%gjrea^ | ^ New York Is arranging to try:-a* hew method of treating the insane. Tinder the idea that occupation is good for the diseased mind, the State has purchased a 1,000 acre ferm on Long Island, about thi...

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 July 1884

::iroii'iN: :i|Mi •- • RlotisW Alg^rs»s Dispatches ofthe 801- report seriotis Mtt Semitic riots inAJgiers. JIheJemsh qoartera were pillaged afld much blood sued. ^S^Ilow Fever at ffavanat The ravages of yellow fever atHavana, Cuba, continue, l i e deaths for the week ending on the 27th nnmbeied 2W. * Voluntary Starvation. Lilzia Bradley,of White Clood* K«fl., «*0 Attempted to starve heraelf to death, succeeded m her design on the 29th, after abstaining for a period of flfty-three days. A Peaee Maker KlUed, Richard Coleman interfered at Trenton N. J., on the 29th, to prevent George Gregory from beating bis wife. Gregory then got a shotgun and shot Coleman, inflicting a fatal wound. The Great Detective Dead. Allan Pinkerton, head and founder ot the world-famous Knkerton Detective Agency, died at Chicago, on the let inst. Be was 65 years old.' Anarchists Acquitted. The trial of twenty-three Anarchists, charged with an attempt on the life of the czar a year ago, closed at Grate on th...

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 July 1884

CediarStretit, Sturgeon, ^fky W«*Jy?bpen«ld : .an41-nwty^''J&ruished^ pleasant rooms, • Board 84 io '•'$}&+&&£&• week cl'iaiisicnt,/ $i 5o .t6:i|fi: jwiis^fefa dayw The public: willfind'this oneotl'r^l'^ ttje best jkept houses on^ the peninsula: A good saniple oo in connection. /Traveling men furnished w^L^•^'^^jrstic!MS/•. driven to any. part of the«unly - \" v/'.'• . • \"\\'-' .^': ,..•'.•.!.\"• •.'-''• ,\":.i.'..'\"..i- •\"''.'..'' •' ..:: '..jf''' ' '.:\"..' ul. lUiy ^tj^^yt^ fct^itd, and •\"«»* Venieiitl^/^rranjjed. A perfect honte^ur travelling men^ and five sary£]e rooms are kept for theit itpecial \"ttsfei For the comfort ol transient custom, the house is so y known that ft needs 00 farther datton. y j ^ A V VIEW HOUSE, - J J .John Gcettelniann, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel 13 still kept up to \"A. I.* in all its ap• \" jn)intrnents..: It is on the West side of the bay, and so has sure connec-Jj] lions wiili Ahnapee, Green Ba...

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 July 1884

rnmmswwwmt B l f & - •fe 1 TO* 11.50.16 M0&, 76c I 8 MOU, 40c. Jftrti^v«8 : *ecb*a-^^ * t the ft»t«fflce»tS^ii«eos Bljfrf v AKD HAPFEXIHGS. Mrs. Ed. ArnoWj of Lily Bay, is re- ported very ill. {^rA few chilled plows for sale cheap nt Tifft & Hay's. PostmasterVose, of Voseville, spent Monday with us. Free inncnatihe Cedar Street House, dally, at 10 o'clock, ) New potatoes have made their appear- ance in oiirmarket. Mrauk McDerraott, town clerk, Forest- fiile, was here Monday. Miss Katie Lorch returned from her Appleton trip Wednesday. Thomas Farrel, of Summer Island, was in the city Wednesday. Joseph Smith, Jackflonport, was no ticed on our streets Monday. ^ Mrs. Dr. Soper returnedJiome on Tues- day, from a short visit South. A new telephone will be placed in the law office of R. P. Cody in a few days. We noticed Chas. Fellows, of Foscoro, mingling withv our business men on Monday. Mr. Xou. Rignor has ajcain taken charge of Dr. Hutchinson's drug estab- lishment. 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 — 18 July 1884

igm$^i0§i. fiTUBGEON BAt JXJLtli 1884 DKIOCBATIC 50HIREE8 AHD P^iTFORS. As stated in our last isantf^Gov.Grover Cleveland, of New t n ^ ^ nofliinatea for President by th^^mocrats, on the second ballot a3« Ex-Governor Thomas A. Hendrij^0f Indiana, received the nominatifoaforthe Vice-Presidency, Tj^/TOltowing is a sketch of the life '0*#fominee Cleveland: G . i e f Cleveland was born in Essex. N. J., March 18, 1837, descending from an old New England family. His great-grandfather. Aaron Cleveland, was a Congregational min- ister of Norwich, Conn., and was the author. of a large numljer 0/ anti-slavery papers. . - Richard, the father of the nominee, was'edu- cffred fot the Presbyterian ministry. Marry- ing a Miss Neal, of Baltimore, he .became a pastor of a church in New Jersey, where Grover,was born. The Rev. Mr. Cleveland afterward removed, to Fayetteville, N. Y., where he, had promise of a larger salary. Here the present Democratic leader attended . t h e common school. He was emp...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 18 July 1884

WM11^-:SSS ^wiiwflf , B. M. Cbcrrio 4 Co., pig ironmannfactarere, Chicago, fallod on the 6th. LiAbilitieB about $350,0G0ana assetf *650,000. ' : • ,, Vv J y -• • \" i] ' /' 'J' '\" -•' ,'. ' \".-\"••'.•• ' .At Last. '•', ••. At Ogden, Is.., ontho 4UirKatoShollby waa formally presented with tboniedai votc4 to her, for her bravery, byth e Iowa state legis- ture. Blie saved a train load or pawerigerB dar- ling a storm in I r ^ l y - V . / - , M: u \"'.-:'-: Caught In a Tornado. A dispatch of the 8th says: \"A Chicago ex- cursion parry was caught in a toniado in Weber Canyon, Utah. fiaUe Wells, aged 10 years, was instantly killed. Several others were badly hart.'''.\"-. '••'.:•'••• _ •- • - '\"'•• -\"\"'• Eaten by a H o c . A 8-year-old son of Martin Stevens, living near Dixon, 11L, got into the barnyard on the evening of the 7tn inst A savage hog attacked the little one, biting him in etich a horrible manner that h e died the next day. 8th inst, the boiler o f j h e steam tog H. O. Col...

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 July 1884

iOTM. EXCHANGEiBOTEL, \":W0- '^m*M Cedar Street^Sturgeon Hay. Newly opened^ feasant rooms. Hoard $4 10 §6pet W&7%jf '-. week. Transient $1,50 to $2 |K.7|«p-^5 | day The public,wilt lirid.this one, ai^M\"^ the best kepi iiouM2s on the jienisiWJ... A. •good sample room in coiitiectU:n. - Travciijrig mcii funsUlicil \\vit'.. a l'ust-cl i»s 'lefcu£/-*a..d driven to anj' puit oflhecoiHity. • .ji''- '-•\"*r~-i—., v j : : : : , y - •: . \" V OK nnvKsrickNnouHfe, f ^ V venieiitly: sytfmge-t. A perfect alii!\" h u m e TiWrtravelliiiu men,' and live bfSj sating rooms are kept for their ^*~ypecial use. For the comfort ol lucaf laiffansient custom, the house is so ffy known that it heeds no further imendatioh. ' ^ A Y V£E\\V ftOUSE, J 3 joint Goettelmann, Proprietor, Hay View. Wisconsin. This popular hotel is VtiH'kcpt up to \"A. I.\" in all its ap- pointments. It is on the West side at 1 lie hay, and so has sure connec- ?i:n with Ahnapee, Green Bay, and. tlse world at large. It b head...

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 July 1884

BBtered, Maecond-c1»Mm»tlcr,_ I i ftttho Puet Office at 8taseo Buy. f AXD HAPPENINGS. J3TA few chilled plows lor sale cheap atTifft&HayV Adolph Heilmann has given the roof of his building a coat office-proof paint. Edward Brand, of Ahnapee, and Bishop Brown, of Green Bay, visited this city on Tuesday. O. Eckhart,one of Green Bay's jolly cigar men, gave oar city a business call on Wednesday. Dr. John Madden left yesterday for Ashland, this State, at which place he intends locating. A large number of visitors have been rusticating during the past couple of weeks at Idlewild. The farmers are mostly through hay Ing. The dry Weather has been very prdpitiotMrfbr making hay. John Bley andr N. N. Cromwell, of Jacksonport, came over Monday and spent the day in this place. Dr.,Hendricks has removed his office to the Methodist parsonage building, where his family also reside. W*Un. M. E. Keith is prepared to do Fashionable Dressmaking at her rooms at Mrs.E. A.Ives'.in this city. Peter We...

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