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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 29 August 1884

tmjRGEONBAY. .ACGv2S,i^4 A telegram rewired at Loaaon from Shanghai, dated August 27/atates that 80,000 Chinese troopi^Jwho had been BecretJymassed oo^•%etrontler^sudden- ly evaded Touqujffi, and after a delper- ate fight completely annihilated the French troJbps in that provinc^. Ilfo Chinese Uygtaeveral thousand killed dar- ing ttjfif different engagements whieh '°%wed each other in quick succession le massing of this large force of• Ghi- \"hese oil the frontier has beea going on for some time under the supervision of experienced leaders, and so welidid they conduct the affair that the French were unaware of their proximity, Until they swept down on them like an avalanche. The French fought desperately and re- peatedly charged the Chinese lines, but as fast as the latter .were' broken they closed up again with remarkable pre- cision, and many hand-to-hand conflicts ensued, the French finally succumbing to overwhelming odds. A San Francisco paper thinks that there has been altoget...

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 — 29 August 1884

-X NEWSINBJMEJV A new iron-clad for the Chinese government waa Jaunted otf the Stettm, Praams \" / • Pardoned fox Cause, v Two of the priBonere who assisted the guards si the recent attempted jail delivery at Frank- fort, Ky., have been pardoned by thegovernor. TOe Major's Veto, Mayor Edison, of New Xork, on the 18th inst., vetoed the resolution giving the right o wayripBroadway to a street railway company , The Bankers in Convention. The national bankers'conmention, in session at Saratoga, N. Y., on the 14th inst, re-elected its old officers with one or two exceptions. From New Iberia, The troubles at New- Iberia, La., culminated on the 18th inst in the arrest of ex-Sheriff Via- tor and Deputy Clerk Etie. Locust* In Spain. A dispatch from Madrid, of the Min'rust, says: A terrible plague of locusts visited Cen- tral Spain. The damage to crops about Sinda- drealia $10,000,000. T h e \"Code.\" Will H. BogerBon, a Cleveland \"drummer,\" and a young man named Staples, fought a duel at t...

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 — 5 September 1884

SOTELS. j£edaF.Stine:et, Sturgeon B^.c%Kcttiv: opf-Sl Bnd fitte|y V furubued.\" ^ r m : K!? - ^ ^ peasant rooms. Board $4 to $6 } tirBt^^ -''' v'*fc,:\\^TTansient,\\:'$i d(iy. The public lyill find this, cifetujffi^i . the feest kept houses, on : the i*iyiis£l£ ~'A gc d sample.iooui in^connection v/Tiraytliiiis Klcn furbished witlk/a: nrst^cSSss teaS •aiid driven toSany part c^aheiso^tj^ : v feturgeon B a y v ^ ^ . , ^ iuCilted, ^ .. nieittly -xurnihged. A -perfect f home for lfavelliiii» men, \"and five sample rooms are kept for tlieh .special use. • For the comfort oJ _. -transient custom, the house is so orably known that it needs no further rsecominendation. Tp?AY VIEW HOUSE, X John 6BttelmanS Proprietor, Buy 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, antl£L_ the world at large. It is head quarters for the stages 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 — 5 September 1884

STURGEON BAY. A3TO iTiPPESISOS, l^*A tew chilled plowsforsale cheap ^ : at:Tifft#Hay^ ^ opting ^tlt|rierid8 in Chicago. Henry Spencer who has been quite ill with' typhoid foyer is convalescing. (\":&&l£i Mi Gri$wold, of Fish Creek, ^ n { : ^ ^ f: ^Royai Erskiiiei of the Exchange, has recovered from his recent severe illness IS^If yon axe going to boy a stove, do toot fail toi see the Garlands at Tifft & \" Hay's. ::, wWii^-\\l .y, ' : . . 3 - Never was therei finer harvest weather,, and hardly^Ver'Were there finer crops to gather In, tlran now. ffi^Mrs. M.E.Keith is prepared to do fashionable Dressmaking at her rooms at Mrs. E. Avlves\\ in thiaCity. ^\"The Garlands are the only cook stoves made with double plate Lover top ^t oven* For sale by * TIFFT&HAY. 0r. A. H. Chandler teturned Wednes- day evening froaa his professional* tour through the Northern part of the county. The ladies of Hope Congregation held their regular monthly ice cream festi- val, at Lawrence's H...

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 — 5 September 1884

STCRSEbNBA* .#$ ifSBFL 5^ lp84 '- .: THE BECEHT CTCtOSES.\\)P - U -^. o'elocki a terrible cycldne^accompanied by rain add hail, vijHte4 Evansville, and continued with unabated fary for over in ho]ai^The water is said to have descended^ sheets.'ana in a few min* nteath$ streetsi werefloodedand a- most widespread destraction t»ok place. ^Mi i tjie storm ceased ited a view of le damage done was seen, it presented a terrible sight. The city had been faked from one end\"to the other. Not a manufactory in th^jentire place had es- caped injury. The most seriously dam- aged are the Evansrille Cotton Mills, loss $15,000 Woolen Mills, about $7,000 Koelker Plow Works $10,000 Arm- strong Furniture Company about $4,000. The large school building in course of construction, aiid which heeded but the roof for completion, collapsed totally. But the most horrible and saddest news of all is the sinking of the transfer steamer Belmont and fourteen passen- gers who were on board. The cyclone seized the...

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 — 5 September 1884

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m i t 'tho fourthannual: Bri?' . J\"] \"\"'-..- TfaePIaeae Again.\\ : .. Cholera is again appearing in the infected districts of France, stimulated bythe returnof V thefngifeveW-j/iy • - '.• ^ ^ V y • . w -H'^.^ 7-'.??..*-':-7rV!V--,.-?--^:.:--\"-1\". .!,..' , \"..'.'•• • . •:•:-.?:•?••• •'. : ? /Cholera toiWfexIco. A 'rifp^/ye6W^:''i^iai'&WK0^j Mexico, on the 26lh, that a vessel has arrived at Salinas Cruz, a port on the Pacifio coast, with cholera ... on board.',-.. .'•••':. '.. .\":•'. *• , • •••-.' \".- •• :k .'••/. Cholera Riots. The! Italian peasantry resent the interference of doctors in cholera cases, and severe riots have occurred. They resoit to ridiculous charms and superstitions. • Wolaeley to Taka Command. Gen. Wolseleyf according to advices of the 27th, is to assume supreme command of the British troops in Egypt. Gordon is reported to have gamed a gieat victory over the rebels. Itoast Pork. * A train on the Pennyslvauia road loaded with sheep and ...

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 — 12 September 1884

l ^ i S i i i P i i i W f l i p l l ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ p ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^M^!W^^&^^^^^XB^&^^^i^^^^^^S^X^^i&& •0TE1A. Cedar Streei Sturgeon bay, Kywly orieiied,^ arid finely furnished. \\Varin^-anti ^ S ,. pleasant rooms Board §4 to $A pe'^^^^^Sl week, Transient, $ii5o to $2 pc'|J*w|%*i8 day. The public will find this tmc oiC'gls3*l|v \"the best kept houses :bri the penintiuj.t , A good sample loomin^^ cbrtnectiG-n. TxaMliiig driven to ahypart of the courtly. ' SE, 'iji* OJtTM WESTER N H JL^i•. .•..•'••'iil, Jiatiiiy i's^ . . , .. Stujgero Bay.. Centra^ located, and coo. f£££i»k&t v «r A perfect illiaijij h p n ^ * 3 r ItaveHing men, and five flfflnflj saj^pie rooms are kept for theit Eawft?H .Special me. For the comfort of r*0*\"' ^transient custom, the house is so & v o pibly known that it needs no farther Emendation. f^AV VIEW HOUSE, John Gcettelmann, Proprietor, Bay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept up to \"A. I.\" in all its ap- poin...

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 — 12 September 1884

A * f i V Entered, as eecond-classniitt«v^ I. 1 ^ «toei^tOffi^*t,^nt«^fi«Wf BTORGKONBATv SEPT* 12,1884 AXD nAtrEKiirGS. lElTA few chilled plows for sale cheap at Tifft& Hay's, The days are fast growing shorter, andfly-Mowslonger. See change in Gillespie & Damko&h- ier's hew advertisement. SSTFifty pieces of fall style calicoes |ust arrived at A. W. L. & Co.'s. Put in your winter's supply pf saw- dust while it can be procured handy. C. M. Smith is in Oshfcosh this week attending the Northern Wisconsin Fair. JSPIf you are going to buy a stove, do not fail to see the Garlands at TifEt & Hay's. These hot days have no effect in dry- ing up political mud—it grows deeper every.hour. Miss Clara Higgins has been engaged to teacli a ten months school in the town of Egg Harbor.. ,.. ,..^-..-' I^Ladies! Ask one of A.W. t . & Co.'s clerics to show you the new line of la- dies' linen collars. ESTMrs. M. E. Keith is prepared to do Fashionable Dressmaking at her rooms at...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 12 September 1884

PTOUSHiro BTEBf FBIDA BT ' BTURGEOIf BAY: SEPT.^2,1884 MAINE ELECTION The yotera o t Mainn^ha-ve cast their ballots, and BlatnejiȤ the most of them by several thousand. The Republicans appear to berwaAisfled. and the Democrats have got jrjg^ W hat they expected. •? THE CLEVELAND FIBE. , j&niTo broke out Sunday evening last, «j5»oat' 7 o'clock, in Woods, Perry & Co.'s jf lumber yard, Cleveland, and spread with great rapidity. Theflameswere fanned by a stiff breeze, which shifted about 10 o'clock and increased to a gale. The . entire fire department was called out and telegrams jent to Erie, Akron, Youngstown, Painesville, Sandusky and Toledo. Much delay, it is claimed, was occasioned by t!ie muddy condition of the water, causing the engines to clog. Almost the entire population spent the night in the streets, viewing the terrible spectacle. Mayor Farley was in the midst of the firemen all night, working bravely. The militia was ordered out during the night to protect pro...

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 — 12 September 1884

pp^^^^^^p mm m0 i^lPlSammmmw i SHlS#Sl |fll§§ SIN BRIER SBsiy.-' Bosk l&Sgcimmtssionod Prof- Henry, of th'o State XJaiveraity, to g o to Illiaoi3 and io- vestigate the oatUe disease there. ' TteUovr J a c k i n N e w Yoi*^ An nnkaownsailor died o r ycl.Io.y7 f ever at New York, on the 29tb. He. waa fonhd nncon- BCioufl in the street. N e w York Mechanics. The labor parade- in New -York, on the 1st inst., was a snccess. Fully 20,000 men were in line... '..:•- Judge Palling Resigns. Judge Palling, of the Third Wisconsin cir- cuit,'sent his resignation to the governor on the 2d inst, to take effect October 1. Feeble health is assigned as the cause. Drowned While Attempting to Escape. * Two prisoners bound from Port Arthur to Kingston penitentiary, on the 1st inst, jumped overboard on Lake Superior, One, named Vernon Drake, was drowned. Wreck of a German Ship. The Gorman ship Marco Polo was wrecked on Fair Isle, on the Scottish coast on the 1st inst. Part of the crew was rescued i...

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 — 19 September 1884

f^ W.ALLEN, VX« Attorney at Law, Sturgeon Bay. Office over A. W. Lawrence & Co. 's store. AY VIEW HOUSE, John Geettelmann, 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 site connec-.- tions with Ahnapee, Green Bay, and£i 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. K. Stable accomodations ample. UREKA HOUSE, JACKSONPORT, L-H. Erskine, Proprietor, Jacksonport, Door County, Wisconsin. The H&JL A, very best accommodations for man, j M l ^ ^ a n d first-class facilities for keeping IJIIpgSa horses and stock. Bar well stocked. One call always insures a repetition. 35-*o / ~ 1 LOBE HOTEL, i J Itoger Eatongh, Prop'r, Bailey's Harbor, Wisconsin. A first-elass house, kept quietly, with no bar on the premises. Good 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 — 19 September 1884

mmsOFSGBMBIBTZOM J at the Port Office ivStatgeon Sari STURGEON SAY. . .SEPT.19,188* AXD IfAPPENIirGS. n. C. Scofield now occupies his newmined residence. Merchant Cocliem, look in Menominee last Monday. Fred. Reinritz is confined to his bed 5v}th typhoid fever. James Keogh, Sr., of Forestville, visi- ted this place Wednesday. The city public schools will commence on Monday, September 29tb. Judge Boalt, of Ahnapee, spent Mon- day and Taesday in this city. Chris Helm and wife, of Fish Creek, visited here Monday and Tuesday. Seth Piper, of Chicago, and Hon. Moses Kilgore, were in the city Wednesday. - t^~Fifty pieces of fall style cailcoe3 justiarrived at Ai W. E. & Co.'s. 'jgpif yon are going to buy a stove, do not fail to see the Garlands at Tifft & Hay's. *'• September weather of the past few days has put a serious stitch in the back of summer. John Hamilton, brother of Judge and C. S. Hamilton, is stopping with friendB in this place. 6S~Tifft & Hay have just received an...

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 — 19 September 1884

•M mm mm PUBLISHED ETEBT FBIDAT BT GUM. i. M&STSII. 8TURGE0N BAY . ..!.. .SEPT. 19J188 HOH. J tMES JnSBHABKOMSiTED. At the Democratic Concessional con vention held at Grand Rapids, Hon. James fl. Meehanyof Portage, was nom- inated by ac^mation for Congressman from this^istrict. Mr. Meehan was the Greenback nominee two years ago for the safthe office. He is a prominent Inm- l, and said to be brim full of good common sense popular with all, \" and will get many*Republican votes in his home county. , Thus it is, this district will be repre- sented in Congress the coming two'years by a lumberman, whether Mr. Stephen- sor or Mr. Meehan is elected. Both gen- tlemen have been successful\" in rolling logs and votes, and will soon know which i» the strongest in the present , campaijb. .«, • . FLOOD DESTBl'CTIOS. Wednesday night of last week, was a night of wild excitement in the towns of Chippewa Falls and Eau Claire, this State. In the first named place the river rose over thirty, fee...

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 — 19 September 1884

iNE^i^PBIEli The Foi«malItl« Gone-Tbroagh. jbbiiia,on the 8 ^ observed tlie formality of decliring war against France. ••'•.\"'..' A IMg Parade.\" '':•'\" • •: About 78,000 persons participated in a Iran-* chise demonstration at Glasgow, Scotland, on nbe6tn. v \\ \"'•-•: _\".:• ,}.yy-:-':' Only Fourteen Saved. • A large emigrant ehip. from London, was cast away on ttte coast of New Zealand* Only fourteen persons snrvived. . ' . Oreen Connty Veterans. The third annual reunion of the . Green County Soldiers' Uniou was held at Albany on the 5th inst. Over 4,000 people were present. A New Enemy. ' * • - . . Typhoid fever is reported to have appeared to an alarming extent among*the British sol- diers, stationed at Cairo, Egypt More Law Breakers. A batch of 500 Mcnnon recruits arrived atNew York on the 10th, on their way to the land of saints. ' -••/-. . ' • • '\"• •.. ,, A Town Wrecked. Dispatches were received on the 10th to the effect chat neaaiy half of tbe Tillage of Clear Like, Wi...

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 — 26 September 1884

Cedar S(re«i'Sturgeo\"Bay, -vNe^ op^a | and : finely v fc«»ii^ed'l- ^}WaicmH)iasftt\"''\"\"\"\"''\"'\"'=\"\" pleasant rooms. Board $4 to $ 6 pei week, Transieiij^ $^50 tb»$2: pet day. The public /will find this one of. the best kept houses on the peiiinsul^ A ^ood sample room in connection^ f ^rayellirtg men furnished wiC a rirst-class teajh, iad driven to any part of the county ^ ' r\\TORTHWESJ:ERK H O U ^ JLl f H» Hahii, P j ^ i ^ Sturgeon Bay. Ceiitjarfiy iofiated, «n* vetiientljf arranged. A perfect JJj home/for travelling men, and five 2L fjffirJiTJ Sample rooms arei kept for theit irTfiltt8^ sg&Jal ase. For the comfort of fecai or t-^nsient custom, the house is so favora^ known that it needs no further \"~ adatton. . A Y VIEW HOUSED John Goettelmann, Proprietor, Hay View, Wisconsin. This popular hotel is still kept,up to \"A. I.\" in all iU ap- pointments.- It is on the West side: of the bay, and so has sure connec-i tions with Ahnapee, Green Bay, and|J the world at ...

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 — 26 September 1884

atth%P6|ttif&JK:*texttrseonjBay. f v STfrRfiEOXBAY^ iSBPT.26^1884 A^I) HAPPENINGS. «fos. Smith, of Jacksonport, spent Tues- day io the metropolis. • Itfrs. Henry Murphy and child are vis- iting friends and relatives at Depere. E. B. Graham has about completed his new building on the corner of St. John and Court streets. The-infant child of Mr. and Mrs.Music Laugenkamp was buried in Bayside Cemetery last Sunday afternoon. Hon. J. T. Wright, of Idlewild, will occupy the dwelling vacated by A.M.a Spear, during the coming winter. On Monday last Sheriff Scott took Mrs. Bieberltz, whose insanity we mentioned last week, to the Oshkosh insane asy- lum. Mr.C. M. Charnley, of Chicago, has been in the city a few days this week looking after his interests here in the. a B. L. Co. Mrs. Holt, of Michigan, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Soper, of this city. Mr. Holt is the proprietor of the well known Cascade Trout farm. The, Misses Jennie and Rose Lavassor, who have been ill with typhoid 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 — 26 September 1884

•Mi PCBW8HTO KT1BT FBIDAT BT STURGEON BAY ISEPT. 26, I8$4f BCTLKR'g BOOM 15 THE EAS^r' The Batler boom In the East-Is devel- oping to such nnlookedr^tor propor- tions, that both Republicans and Dem- ocrats are getting yytf uneasy, neither party being able Approximate its re- lative strength/ it j 8 said Butler is making t h i ^ e great effort of his life, speakinc^ffeariy eve ry night, and often t w i c jyaday,each speech being different \"^J^ew.ideas advanced, perpetuating ^mid extending the enthusiasm manifes- ted for him. His audiences vary from two to twenty thousand people. At the recent demonstration in New York City, the procession is said, $o have been over five miles in length, and the largest po- litical ovation ever known in this conn- try. /In the procession were many strik- ing emblems, among which was a largo spoon, some twenty feet in length, bear- ing the inscription: \"With thi3 Presi- dent Butler will help feed the people.\" Then came the American flag, gigantic in...

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 — 26 September 1884

IPl^llppftSS€8§ WmmlMSm iRfcttll ^ ii^i?i|iliilJi^ JPffo thousand French troops landed at Kin- PaiSana, beJowFooChow, China,on tho 17th and routed the garrison. •::• • ^:: TI»r«« of a Kind. -• The emperors of Austria and Germany and the czar ot Rn-nia met at Skiernevice, Russia, on tbe 15th and enjoyed a social feed. Madagancar Heard Front. . ' Mahanoro, a town un toe coast of Madagas- car, has been bombarded and captured by the •French.,' :•-.•.'- '••:. -. '. '-••,•-:.\" • •••:-. :- ~y::J:: _ .Yellow John. ',„ \" • Tbe Anita Owen, a oarge laden with augar from Cuba, arrived at quarantine in New York Bay on the Jltn with yellow fever on board. Five of the crew died ou the padeage. James Irwrn A Co»'a Vitriol Works, at Pitte- bn% ? bhrned on the 17th. IrfflB, «70,000. /Tie Penmatxlar Car Works were deatoyed^^^b^ fire at Detroit, on the 16th. Losa f 17,000 ouv- ere4 by:iqsiiit*nee^WK^^ Fire on the night of the 16th destroyed prop- erty \\o the valne of 9100,000 in upper Mew _ 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 — 3 October 1884

Historical Booms WRITE OB^TJKS i p \" THK 6fcb FOURS, i r Write oftentouie'old folkB !' . Jjald sister Kate tome, ' w ':./.r ''^n^golhg«fftcreolIe|ref'Will, .^Mong strangers yon wyljbe. ,. ' ^^yp\"-' 1 1 ,workMSVi&i as pjav, _. But whatsoe'er youjSo. : P 1 ^ f idon'Vio/eetJ*iat we, at home, WiiUong to he^ffrom yon. ''^^l $fa.'t think me foolish, v S ? i ^ ° 9 ^ i s n o t strong, t \" yJJtfpn off writing'long • *•Kn»w her eyes wouhTsparkle, —Ma. bloom would tinge her cheek, \"you conld only write her A letter once a week. \"Write often to the old lolks, Their hair is growing gray, Not very many years, alas! Have they on earth to stay Oh, promise me this favor. And never will you rue The hours you write the old folks, Who will long to hear from you.' \"Dearsister, this I promise,\" And my tears began to flow— \"I'll write often to the old folks, If you think'twill please them *' ' • » . ' . . • . * ... • m And I write a weekly letter. In my snug and eheerful room— And sister K...

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 — 3 October 1884

•^i4 ? '\"vitote^ w:#ec^ BTtJ3fiE0NfiAf^ 6CT.&I884 AX* HAPPENINGS. Mra ThoBK»0'NeaI islying Mat her \" residence-' .\" ELlft Hunt has lately placed a new sk »i& front of his blacksmithshop. Bead announcement in another col- ttwan of candidates for various offices. Mrs. Geo. 0. Spear now occupies the Rouse known as the Jacobi residence, on Cedar street. H.F.Weise, of the crockery firm of -Weise & Son, Green Bay,visited this city last Saturday. * Dr^G. R. Bartran, of Ahnapee, spent Friday and Saturday in this city, the guest of Dr. Sibree. On Friday,'of last week, George Rob- erts lifted bis nets containing 1,200 pounds of whiteflsh, -•• The Misses Schultai and Noble are building themselves a neat little, cot- tage on Cottage street. v k Yngve Dreut2er on Saturday last took possession of his new and commodious residence on Cedar street. -Attorney McDonald, of Ahnapee, spent Friday and Saturday of last week in ^#i\\» place, oh legal business. Jos. Sweatman, engineer on t...

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