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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 25 July 1884

SfllJJIIliiiS PilBLtMCT KTOT ratBAT BT tvniRGEM f BXt^^.i^mr% is A few days ago a party^of about twenty-fire eonvfete were at ^work In a bo* some distance from J,%e Dartmoor prison. One1 of the convicts suddenly picked ni^nw la^gerfstones and threw them at the girder in charge, fellinjt him to thejgroand insensible. The load- ed rifle ft/hich he carried fell from his handft/and the convicts then^'made a toward him. A convict named Jtevens, who has only recently arrived at frincetown, seeing the danger to which the Warder was exposed, out- stripped the other •j&0>£ls and, reach- ing the fallen warder first, picked up the rifle and the pouch of ammunition. Standing over the prostrate warder, Stevensfiredat his advancing comrades, disabling five or six of them by shooting them in the legs. The ammunition be- coming exhausted, the convict seized the rifle by the barrel and knocked .over about an equal number. As Stevens stands over six feet in height, and is powerful in prop...

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 July 1884

Bf&koiMokott beighi Mthi^^p train afe B«yeaai, Franco, on the 11th test, .-forty persona : : w ^ j ^ r ^ ^ ''•• ,|: 5 ^ \" ^ v g a l e * i * ^ ' The # / ^ Strict icoOrfc at Cfncinnati,OTtl» JfStb, ^^maSJ^SB «ate\" ofthe several drriekrns of tbe Toledo, Cincinnati & S t Looia Bailroad. •-••:,''''.: ^ ^ f ^ . 'T'-^:---- \"*••-.•••'•'.•\"'•.•• \\/:': . -'l\":\" '\"-V: 'i - /i -i-'K':• 'Who-Smick'First. ''-7^v'/'::^ \" Obitfaiirid France are endeavoririij^dete- mino who firod thofirst^o t at Lan^on. Up- on this point depends tbo.exaotion of idemnity byJfrancew Vy^(.-^'-.: ^^ •^^y•• =•w•^^• .^./K •' : .ir•game . .! : ,.:., '.^.: .-5!^|wai««i\".iu:.Coiw*iition« V K *''- ^iai^ttDnai^a^er AstooiaOon b^ao its session at Madison on the 15th. Over 10,000 educators from variona parte of tbe United States are in attendance. Montreal^ a t ^ ^ H. MerriU/an old egtal^eddrr goods finn. Everett * WeideJ, jmat e banfcenv Oteve- land, 0.,«*egn©d on the 11th, owing to a lacfc of ready «...

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 — 1 August 1884

f ^ W . ALLEN, XJTm Attorney at Law, Sturgeon Bay. Office over A. W. Lawrence & Co.'s store. : . . :v :aHaV fineljj^ ' \\. pleasant ryoms^I JJoird^jto $6 4 w •~:{ week fv'$rmi$«:ii£c$ j ^ J t O v fa!£«»$ „day, JThepublic will fiad tlia uis&ft ,v.!.ktft$:i£m|^^ '• men : furbished 'wjt'i\"a:\"tlrl-clfi»' ^dny^toftfhy^ . : «sau ^-0:1 Btiy.'^X^^ltt-tjtjf-vjfri.-^feffJ fivt \". :cni«t0^'«^^c^ :,-:--:' '-A:•-• pwfcrt SiliMlili b£M*e!\"-^5 i»VeUiag. meo^ andfivb ' jin*Tftfl sampla^xuus aw keptfortheir - M d ^ J ^ s j ^ t & use I t o i t e comfort ol j l C p t u r y ^ i e n t 1 custom, the hot** Is so favorably ka6yriL that k ieede fib totter **ronte(wniatiot v: VIEW HOUSE, John Gflettelmann, Proprietor, sy View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept up-to-\"A.-L\" in all its ap- pointments. It is on the West side of .the.bay, and so has sure connec- tions wiih Ahnapee, Green Bay, and the world at large. It is head quarters ioi tlie singes to all points South. ...

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 — 1 August 1884

im nArpEslsGS. I ^ A fb\\*r chiiled plows for sale cheap at Tifft & HayV DrrMonroe, of Gr&tt-.Bay, was among our visitors yesterday. t^Genuine Morgan Grain Cradles at A» W. Lawrence &r Co.^ - B.D. Conway, of Kewaunee, paid this tittf a flying visit Wednesday, *Sqnire Jackson, Bailey's Harbor, made n basia,ess trip to this place Monday. Services at Lawrence's Hall Sunday at II AiM. No evening services next Sun- .day.v. - ,.':-r:\":.• •'••'',\" Rndolph Leidiger and family, Mil- waukee, are visiting with the Leidiger Bros., of this city. Theresa Warmiger, of Kewaunee, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Frank Shimmel, of this city. Thos. Piper and family, of Chicago, Who have been rusticating here, re- turned home Saturday. Misa Nellie Spencer, of Manitowoc, is In the city, the guest of her brothers -Henry and John Spencer, . , ESTMrs M. E.lKeith is prepared to do Fashionable Dressmaking at her rooms at Mrs. E. A. Ives', in this city. R J . Thorpe, of Milwaukee, stopped here...

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 — 1 August 1884

PUBLISHM! RT1BT FBIDAT BT BTURGEONBAY.. this county, and i a genial desire to fchbw thejexactiwsltionx^ie:General took in Relate Chicagoi5bnTenti6n We pttblish •{•^jtffof&TO speechin full. A namy ^f1!**n^fplanfei were•inserted in the Platfor^ adopted, bat the tariff and sev- jraj/OTher planks he champions, were \" plain English to be used for bait, fnee discarded. The following is the rplatform which the old war-horse (advo-.. • cates:/y:3yy:\"\"^ \"V -^ -\\ -•'•\" •. .^THE^tAtFoint.v J?W/i»\\Thatnotaws,direct or indirect, can be i ightfuny imposed upon the people, except to , meet the Expenses of an economically administered government. To bring taxation down to this point is true administrative revenue reform. Resolved, That the people will tolerate direct taxation for ,the ordinary expenses of the govern- irient only in caje of dire necessity or war.. 'Resolved, Therefore, that the revenue necsssary for such expenses shall jpe raised by customs du- ties upon imports after th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 1 August 1884

: AFlnaiaed^ A Little B l o w Up . At 8aliabnry, JBpgland, on tho night ot 4be 116th, an att^Bp^wls n*ade to blp* oftjli^ nutamoent to Lord Herbert with gun powder. Iho pedestal wtoinjored. :•'- ''tritoremaJte ofthe Er&wbfOirangewareJn- tarred with ereat i-omp at The Hagaa, on the ntbinst. Bepre8entativos of all tho hoasefl or •-:Enro^were|tfo«|Dt. '\\. :/.: •'}.}• •:'•: The'Scourge Spreading. A London dispatch of toe 18th s a y B * steamer has i arrived fa the -Mersey from Marseilles, on.whichtwo deaths from cholera occurred. '.: .. . .:'•- , : .v. . :-.-.\\-::::. . ''...•'...* '',.'•-.,.^ •'' Official, .-'P : -. , 'V'^ It was' officially announced on the 22d, that no cases of Asiatic or sporadic cholera have been reported at the Paris hospitals. Marseilles reports thirty and Toalon twenty-eight deaths • thepreviona night .... ._-: . • .•• Ydtn-Yam t One thousand gallons of ice cream and half a ton of cake were consumed by the teach- ers at Gov. Bustt'g reception, on the eveni...

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 — 8 August 1884

:^a^}&i<^Ai^rM3ied^ii Warrn Kflh ' pleasant: rodi»'^:-\\a.i^rd\"^ ia-^i:j«'f: '\"%e^i :?jTranSKmtr: ^.SotitO^f2?~p£». day. The public will fold' tins one Cjj, „^. Ihie fcest.lept houses on the jxrnuii.t»i? A ^o^d snni[)le rouin in twicctiia - Traveliiiiy men furnfebed\\ witl.a rirst^class Jp&un, tod driventoai«y |»art tFilie touiily,,/ \" b'vr£« l(*y- • w«.Vfailj, kXatuJ, and can- yenjenlfly, arraiigeJ Aperfec iljj*!*j|*J lni*fttie fur trsvclkug men, awl five ^^^^^^^r|jj4sknipl rooms are kept for their *fc&5yj£L.»pecial use. For Uie cumfuri uf l«J»*i|^f|ran«ient custom, the bouse is so kvafraUy known that it need* no further ammendation. r^____l_ I VIEW HOUSE, , Jolin (icettelmann, Proprietor, • Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept up to .'.'A. V In all its ap- iwintments.' It is on the West side1 of. the bay, and so has sore cormec-. tions with Ahnapee,Green Bay andL the world at large. It Js head quarters iot tile sirfges to all p...

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 — 8 August 1884

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ r t ^ ^ m^^^W^^^S-W^^^WWW^^^^^^^M^^^W^^^^m W$SSW$0^i& ':* AND HAPPE5IJrGS» ^ S A f^chilled plowsforsale cheap j^G«inilne Morgan Grain Cradles at A Wv&awrenee& CoVs Mfes Lottie I^«8e^oiEjfeineite, is the gaeat of fier^is^r, Mra. tir. HutcliinsoiL Wentzel Shimmei's family are enjoy- ing a visitfirdinfMiss Iua Darbellay, of Kewaunee. t^Mrs. M. E. Keith is prepared to do Fashionable Dressmaking at her rooms at Mrs. E. Ai IvesMn thisreity. • E^*BaicK.-New, and ring like a bell- Sold ia quantities from lto»4£M)0a A. W. LAWRENCE & Co. Mrs. Henry Spencer, Who lias been vis- iting with friends at Manitowoc, re- turned to' her home in this city yester- day^ j'y ' - 1 •••'.'• •''•'/•'••\"./,' . •, Mrs. C. Hi Jacquot, who has been sending a couple of weeks in this city, with her husband, left yesterday for her home in Appleton. George Machia is happy oyer the ar- rival of a young Democratic voter. The young man came Sunday evening last, and George says he is...

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 — 8 August 1884

STURGEON BAY^ iAUG,8,l884 Polly 2ft000 pebple%i|ni8e t r a c e s on Friday afternoon last at frnfimrice, when the little horse fn^-^i^cousin, Jay-Eye-See, trotted a mJtifeF-in the bets time on record. A t ^ c i o e k thei little flyer went downW b a e k in 2:2% and was returned^Jft^he stable to be robbed down. Anjafqur later the gelding was again bought out, accompanied by a running horse. A start was made, and horse got off in good shape, the runner eight lengths behind. At thesection quarter he marked 33£ At the half he registered 1:05—a 2:10 gait. At thechanging three-quarter post he scored 1:39. Here the struggle began. The running horse drew alongside the trotter, and the two sped down the home stretch like a flash, As the gelding passed under the wire a wild shout went up, which was repeated again and again as \"2:10\" was placed on the board. Phallas then made an effort ' to lower his record of 2:13%, the best time ever made by a stallion. He made the nrile in 2f:13%, equali...

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 — 8 August 1884

:NEWifflt!BfilEfw ' Ftotor Eloi, lor: wifo inatder, atwJ Kendriok Holland (oolorod), for Wtogbis miatreae, were hsngodI at New-Orleans, on the 26th. . NewlyiidWtiie housea'at MaiF^wab, Egypt, were destroyed byan^earthqaake da the 24th. The Inhahftantflfledtothe mountain*. t diainnan, flominated » rail byB. 8. D. Wiggins for gor- By a conflagration atMarasn, in Asia Minor, oh the 28tt», 1,000 shops, 200 Jboosea, three morgues and the priudpiu palace were de- stroyed. Oae-thiid of the town is la ashes. Gordon's Condition. A letterfrom Gordon has been received dated the 11th of Jane. At that time he had plenty at provisions and ammunition, bat was complete ly Bnrronnded. Opened i t with an Axe. A Mrs. Upmeier attempted to cat open a sky- rocket with a hatohet at Cincinnati on the Both, when the rocket exploded with terrible force, killing her and a 12-year old daughter and slightly injuring a little *oy. Storm Fatalities. Daring a storm on the night of the SOU,, four daughters of Nat...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 August 1884

Cedar Street $ i u ^ and : fiiielyfifurji^ pleasant rooms. B^rd : ^ ipj ffi ^H:]f the test kcpt-hquses|i»t .\"the i^iiwi *L: -A fcxxid sample Touin in ^itccti6rt.. Travelitiig wen' *furnished' WiiL a jiral-cljisi -teattt JKM. ^dnverrtdiah)r''pari.'i^^ J L l ••-••'!J iJ.ifitt. ]br4»|#*l% lVcniettt^ T'a^^.^.X^:^erfert. home % j^^iUnu naen» ahdv five sampte^rooins are kept for thcii , ^pecjaJroie^ For the comfort ol -local or transient custom, tht bouse is so favorably J £ , o w n fat it need* no farther ^™«endatiOB. :£&:& AY V f E W HOUSE* ' John Otttteltnann, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is sft1l'kepi-up\"to^A '- t\" fo\" dI\"1ti 'il^'''\"''\"'' puint ments. It is ott the West sWei of the'bay, and so has sure connec-i tions with Ahnapee, Green Bay, andfc] the world at large. It is head quarters ioi the siages to all points South. Good beds, go table, sample room (or traveling men— every thing O. K. Stable accomodations ample . ir TfoUREKA HOUSE,...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 August 1884

tBmsVVmBSCMPTWKt J Katered, as fecund-claw matter, i f «th«PotttMBeeil8tttix«w»B«y.f ^lHm(Jfttf ATJ& 1& 188* , ' y AXp HAPPEXIITCS. Aslag Anderson, of Ephraim, was in thisfcjUyMonday. •7 ji^A few chilled plows for sale cheap at Tifft & Hay's. SSTGenuine Morgan Grain Cradles at A. W. Lawrence & Co.'s. ' Archje Wiltse,of Sister B^y, was here Monday on a business trip. • \", Landlords Erskine and Hogan, of Jacksonport, sampled Sturgeon. Bay \"hash\" Saturday. Inspectors Reed and Fitzgerald, of . Milwaukee, with their families, stopped in this city Monday. E^\"Mrs. M. E. Keith is prepared to do Fashionable Dressmaking at her rooms at Mrs. E. A. Iv,es'. in this city. JSF\"BB1CK.—New, and ring like a bell. Sold in quantities from 1 to 40,000. A. W. LAWBENC%& Co. We are informed that the Messrs. Spear have finally concluded to locate in , one of the New England States, and re- engage in business. -eSTPersons desiring plastering hair, in large or small quantities, w...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 August 1884

rUBLIDHKD ITKBT FBIDAY BT STURGEON BAY l&QrM:.tM£ The cmnpaiutt in Door c^afity haH opened/the Democrats lea^tog the pub- lie demonstralidns. W^aesdaf evening the Democraiie^«dg tocher with a Cleveland andcftendricks banner, was filing to t W breeze amid select band music,^apjjffroni this out we may expeet * 8n JwinK and cracking time—snap- P^f^rbetween men of opposite political Jjfews, and cracking of banners in Amer- ica's free air. At 8 o'clock Prof. Wi H. Ebbets, of Milwaukee, was welcomed to our city by the members of the looal C. & H. club, headed by a band of music. In the pro- cession were carried a large number of brooms, the exact meaning of which we did not learn—perhaps it meant they expected to battle with a mighty dirty set that they intended to sweep in the most votes, or that they' believed in \"broom cdltare.\" At any rate, those who fell in the line were many, in num- ber, and by the time the bonfire^hear Music Hall was well under way, the streets in that...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 15 August 1884

M M L of-Fe4er»l and Confederate c»k^ I»Jn8beganitBBe86ion»tOceao Grove, N. /. on ti* 1st.., There trcre-800 oheplsina present ••:. ••:•:^0SP^^viti^Jj^'4^f&MxW(n / V\\-CV' *A'w^ Itwas discoveredon the 1sthist that nnknown pereotoa had stolen a large quantity of dynamite ftonxa-mine msgsjnn»at Afrdrie, Scotland.:, The•British steamer Britannia,\" wbich left New York. Joly iftfoptondon, was wrecked off Portland, Eog., at midnight on:5•.••.••'•30U.» (toe tilt. The .qrew5^ere\\8a^..:'r! ^.jv 'i.% Belief for Gordon. . By a vote of 174 to U, on the 6th inst, the British House of Lords passed a bill appropri- ating 9800,000 for an expeditiontorescue Gen. Gordon from his perilous positionatKbartoum. Wrecked by Bensine. : / A five-etory building in New Xork, occupied by a dye-house, was wrecked by an explosion of benzine on the 6th inst Two persons were terribly burned. Loss, $80,000. .., t- . . Corner Stone Laid. The corner stone of the famous Bartboldi statue, on Bedloe's Island,...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 22 August 1884

'V :.'K. S Erakitie* Pop»i Cedar Streefy Sturgeon IfayU NewJy opened, and finely furnished. Wnrni and pleasant room* Board $4 to $6 per week. , Transient, $1.56 to $2 per day. The public will find this one of|2 the best kept houses on the peninsula. A ^opd sample room in cohnection. Traveliliig men furnished will. a rirst-class team, aid -\"driven to any part Of the county. / ^ .TORTJJV.'RSTKRN MOUSED feiui^(.%)fi hay. Ccuw.iiij Kjjciicd, and an* venieiitlyan^,^ . A perfect iiome forti^veljing men, and five sample ^onis are kept for thei* ejb use. For the comfort ol risient custom, the house is so ifiiaiin local or (avorablj^/iinown that it need* no farther •ecomr^ndation. !-A VIEW HOUSE, __ John Gojttelmann, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin., This popular hotel is still kept up to \"A. I.\" in all its ap- j puintmenu. It is on the West side 'of the bay, and so has sure connec lions with Ahnapee, Green Bay, andL Hie world at large. It is head quarters for the stores to all points So...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 22 August 1884

an !tBBMSdgBM80Rt£Timi I Entered, as •eewiiia^cTaiMi matter, ^ I at the Poat Office at Sturgeon fw/.f STDRGlSOirBAY. AU&22,i88i •ASfD HAPPEJflSGS. tWA few chilled plows for sale cheap at Tifft & Hay's. Mrs. C. M. Smith fa visiting with friends iaOshlrosh. WGenuine Morgan Grain Cradles at A. W. Lawrence & Co.'s, Aud now it ia that cheese factories are \"raising Ned\" with bald-headed butter. A little daughter at the home of Fran- cis Dpnlan is a bright star now visible. L. M. Washburn and lady returned first of the week from a visit to Sheboy- gan. # Landlord Collgnon and lady rnsticat- ed a day or so \"In the country\" the past week. Loo. Rignor now wears his left eye in mourning. Louis had base ball aspira- tions. CiTIf yon are going to buy a stove, do not fail to see the Garlands at Tifft & Hay's. O Bnsiness matters brought David Shanipo, of Jacksonport, to our city Wednesday. '*& Prof. Oppen and brother, Dr.Oppen, of Green Bay, stopped in this city Sunday and...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 22 August 1884

PUBLISHED KTEBT FBIOAT B ? feTURGEON BAY :l AUG. 22, 1884 THE GBEELY AFFAIR. There seems to be a strongs/desire to prejudge the actions of theJETreely party Iiefdre any evidence haA-15een. given to twnfirm the ramoja^that have been set afloat. y One reporfc'however. Lieutenant Gree- Jy has cojafflrmed, and that is the shoot- ing of^rivate Henry, at Cape Sabine. H^Jfefo assumed the entire responsibili- | # for the act. It is claimed that pri- vate Henry's offence was theft, and had been repeatedly committed. Twice he had been convicted of stealing and hi* life had been spared. On the 5th of June he was again charged with the same offence, and he was informed of the consequences of a repetition of the act. The following day he again com- mitted a theft, when the order was given for his execution, and he was shot. Lieutenant Greely makes a straightforward statement and invites investigation. It is to be regretted that Lieutenant Greely did not mention this sad inci- dent in his first 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 — 22 August 1884

NEWS IN BRIEF, Dropped Dead. A diflpjtoh from Brighton, Eog., says the Dnke of Wellington dropped dead on the 18th, as he w u entering the train for London. Vrost No. 1 Blight frost was experienced in the vi- of Palmyra, Wis., on the night of the Cholera Germs. An analysis of the drinking water at Mar seilles and Aries shows that it is filled with microbes, or cholera germs. A Town Burned. Jaslo, a town of 2,000 people in Austrian Qalicia, was almost destroyed by fire on the 10th. ' Sinall-Pox.* An outbreak of small-pox is reported at St George, a village six miles from Kankakee, I1L Up to the 12th inst. eight cases were' an- nounced. Floods in Hungary. A terrible storm raged throughout Upper Hungary on the 10th. Streams overflowed their banks and the torrents swept away sev- eral villages. Many people were drowned. War In Madagascar. A dispatch of the 7th says the Queen of the Hovas, in Madagascar, has broken off negotia- tions with the French and ordered her subjects to prepare 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 — 29 August 1884

EXCHANGE HOTEL, It. S. Erskine, Proper, Cedar Street, Sturgeon Bay. Newly opened, and finely furnished., Warm and fe pleasant rooms: Board $4 to $6 perJXgb^ week, Transient, $1.50 to $2 perirfpsffj day. The public will find this one ol{$j VX« Attorner at Law, Sturgeon Hay. OSicc over. A. W. Lawrence ,& CoA store. the best kept houses on the peninstila. A fcood sample room in connection. Travelling men furnished witL a tirst-class, team, and driven to any'lpact of the cowalxi^'\" TOR f I \\Y FST E R X/rfoi rsE, ' Hunjeon Bay. t-,itraU lutaled, and §55i^\" yemisiftly arranged. . A perfect ililSllli) /\"®ine ^or 'travelling men, and five ijTTaTifj' sample rooms are kept for thei* ?•—3*Ǥ2L.speciaI' use. For the comfort of •P?*' ^ transient custom, • the house is so fcvo |4ably known that it needs no farther ^commendation. _ _ I VIEW HOUSE, John Goettelmann, Proprietor, • Bay View, Wisconsin.. This popular hotel is still kept up to \"A. I.\" in all its ap- j pointments. It is 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 — 29 August 1884

StllBQEaN BAY, AtJft2^iSW AND HAPPENINGS. HTA few chilled plows for sale cheap at Tifft & Hay's, Father Cipin, of Ahnapee, visited in this city Tuesday last. Warren Hanks again makes his home in this densely populated city. Farmers, look out for swindlers, there's a large crop of them.thi8 year. Henry Hagemaster, of Green Bay, paid this city a visit during the first of the week. JSTlf yon are going to buy a stove, do not fail to see the Garlands at Tifft & Hay's. Political predictions show signs of becoming as re-lie-able as*weather prophets. •':'/. '-. Angust ifl on its last,legs, but By-time is still with us, and shows no inclina- tion to emigrate. Horn & Mashek's new mill at Lily Bay started up last week, and has since been running at full speed. tSTMrs. M. E. Keith is prepared to do Fashionable Dressmaking at her rooms at Mrs. E. A. Ives', in this city. Misses May Cochems and Alice Pres- cott left on Sunday last for Oshkosh, to ,. enter upon a Normal School course. 8...

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