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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 16 January 1885

lilBifltepPii lilfllliisjSi^ WMmimMMsM:mm^M^^mmm Entered as Second-class Matter at the Post Office 8TDR(H«^3AY. . JAN. 16,1885 ^0Ap«^^SJpi ? H u t ^ & i i i & ^ i(^j»i» C^ftSyrnj^ to sate by HutcSi- an end toI|tia^ feairjful complaint. At BSTThft Garlands are the only cook Btoves made withi'tyiffle plate jover top of ov^Jfot saleM % W1^^^'-'' Mr. W1U Horn, of HornVJE\"!^ stopped at the Northwestern oa Wednesday* re- turning home/the same dajK ' igPIf you want your hair trimmed, a smooth -shave or-\"a« shampoo, call on James Blyer, first door north of Noll's brick block. \" Notwithstanding the heavy falls of snow, fishermen report bot little of the \"beautiful\" on the ice after getting out of thisbay. Mr. John Leathern has bought another \"fly^piece of horseflfesh,said to be fully as reliable and speedy as the fine family horse he lo9t last fall. Even the buyers of Ahnapee find in Sturgeon Bay a profitable market for disposing of their dressed beef and pork. Louis Wetzl...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 16 January 1885

TCBUSBKB ETKBT VHIBAI BY IliilillliillS JfA^iftl885 twenty-si« mercbsnte, eighteen lawyers, tbirteeii ma^^aetorers, ten lumbermen, ^*^*^ i t ^^ four physicians and twotruth, ^Q^rapli operator, mechaDic, onder- Ter general dealer,hotel keeper, canat Superintendent, insarance agents real eistate agent and general business nine eitber have no basiness occupation or ^The senators nave all had previous legislative experience, except Messrs. ConkluvofDane, Kennedy of Outagamie. Na8on ot St. Croix, Ring of Clark, Wad- dington of La Fayette and Wechselberg of MilWaulreer^iBir im number, out of tlie thirty-three. Ctf ttift assemblymen, only about a dozen of the 100 are expe- rienced in legislative affairs. The senior senator, in point of experi- ence, is Hudd of Brown, who has had ten years of legislative service dating bacfe to 1862 next comes Reed of Jeffer- son, *rho also dates back to 1862, with eight years of service. Both these are Democrats Wiley of Waushara, is the senior on the Rep...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 16 January 1885

m§. An i«ag OntbrmA. r fon» of poBoe h»Te been wttored to the «C../~ iiW£?£*&£B^^ ..... Out. tarneS on the morning of the 3d. The eeeupaot*, intfcir lii^»Oi«awpe^^cted a fryeareldefaJkl, wMeh perished in the flames. # A fflenxCjP d^plta* of the fittii?* news, hasittrt bee* reward there of the dtecovery in HorfWoston Neo»Ml» of the bodies.of fonr- t«en men, soppoBed to be the victuna of the ^ iree^rWiBau^g . 'l^Sfe '':Bn»t:H«rBoU« i l » tnirAdniiral buret her txile «t M«eon'« itipu Vbuago, on the81st, and immediately sank. ffiThe upperp»rf of the vera*!in* blown to atom*, ana fire men, all on board, instantly in the Magna fibarta mine, near Walkerville, Itout, on theSd, J«me$ Tippert and William Bray, mmere, while deacendiog the baf be- came diss? and: feU ontof the bncktt They fell a dintance of 600 feet, and were dashed to ' • pieces. •: / \"' 4- % lSv: -• •' • / : ••V-\" •-• Shov ri»i» Mortber. David Morrell, a fanner, hving near CarmL 1H., wastronWed b...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 January 1885

But I've ^e^frJ^araht.'Hw&t- . here • andS 5tlo%tatetiite cbfiEfeci^Uke^gitattr •Â«Â»^jn*e^'-: •••••••••• ..:«»* •,,,.. rSl^opt MMjUier, daddy,\" says ihe^ felled rA-speakuV '(Crasta aaucerful, -asynncle tuck his \"When X*e^yra signtut yohder,\" he went on, w 'Come in and git some coffeelike your mbthet • -•^oaeanojnftwfe^-rv^::!- '-. -^ I thought\"b^*my^ola:\" mother, and the•• • Poser •-M3ou^1larni,^- u^---t•/:•-\" • .An^tiieialltue kid agin'a-haofeln'inherarm, v - :^:M se the,potikbllta,%t»oiE the eggs an* And the feller kind!'.o''r::v:h halted, with a trimble in hlSchln. VA *': '•' ::-.- ':t-. And JlJncle Jakei'-iie fetched ^ ^ e r t coBee '' •:•:-: la^afi stood:\"-:••'.••\"•••'-•^•.:-:-r. -yr^ Assolemn, fer a minute, as an undertaker would Then he sort- o* turned and tiptoed td'rds the kitchen door—and next, . Here comes his oW wife out wiifc Mm/a-rabbln' ,. -• •f^a.fle%«pec*-ir/:i^^ :.-'«:^-.u \" : • • And she rashealbr/tae stranger, and she hollers ••/•. out \"It's h...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 January 1885

^^^^^mmm Kastrcd aa 8*coad.«b)ss JsTattWat.the post Office MWWISKlS^flKiiiH- girl baby at hla hoose, oo laat Tueeday ^.||i(nji^^ Is now pljfcijpl^^ i^o oagh overhaaliaKilid eleaoias np, pre- paratoryto the eoDveniQg of the Feb- v .-'roary-*erm ^ at Jaeksonport Sunday, the animal hav- ing been «Ick bat a few iflayft Another horse was ooaght from Leopold Jacobs. - Attentionfacalled this week to thely new advertisement^ in another eetamq, -sjilL-Ho^^ his fine hotel property and store for sale, situated in . Jaeksonport } ^ C. 8. Hamilton, of the firm of Hamil- ton & X is expected back from his eastern trip to-morrow, having spent a week or ten days with his family at North East, in the old Keystone State. C^'Airt^—SOjOOO bushels of hard wheat at the Sturgeon Bay Elevator, for -whieh the highest cash price will be paid. A. W.LAWRENCE &GO. Attention is called to the advertise- ment of the Chicago Weekly Herald, which is[Admittedtobe one of the lar- gest and best newspaper ever ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 January 1885

mm IKiiiiWiiISi BTtJROEONBAT ..JAN. 43,1885 Spain, 1400 persons |»(rekiIIfl«L 800 were »nJ& the| ^ ^ ^ ^ U ^ ^ r - , : / J l p ^ | | Q«n. Butler hM brought» salt agnlnst the Boeton Herald elhlmlag 925,000 dtmtgesforthe pablieatioa of an article ioic iipra bb eradniet dodng the war. :-£f: which has been carried on at the State capitol daring i the laet few days |a still undeeided iip to the honr of going to presft, but from ^thv^tmtlook Col. 8pooner holds the win- ning. nalid/fnfaet is BO far ahead that his election is conceded by both the . Faircblld and Price men. ^ *eifc©r??»JN ,i.V^B_..J-. '.'.•.A p^#ion olthe.ntTnphv -Hospital for the*iosaAe-a^kanlcakee, Illinois, bareed .d0wn9andaymfriiirt^lastat43O The m* patients, six attendants ^i(i night miss- fng, and'^donbtless perished in theder n^raes. thefireoriginated in the for- nac^ro^m and hM gained great headV way be/ore bef^^^^ There •wereno facilities for pntting out fires, the 8tate not having made any appro- priati...

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 — 23 January 1885

, . :$Mmi^m^ _New» comes fromBerlin ontbeltth to the effect that Herr Rompff, police wundllnr, wss murderedoo the previousnight. HOT Rompff DiKpatotevof the 12th report a severe gale along the British coast Telegraph lines are down. A Dumberor vessels are reported lost the 13th. cpmplettd the ruin of many of ,tbe pleoas tUt suffered by the recent eartbqutkeB. i^e »in which the fngitires from fen*o» r . l ^ t a ^ W f r ^ i ^ ^ l:Aiii8sitsi^ hMdflotanoWl»tlyn»niedC»therioe vannea- sen e*Dibdea**er^g^ire to the bouse « ! * burning Mra, Tktmeseen so is^tha* she dJed i: liefe»|uisiiiii^ Orleans litigant, died »' her borne ID that city oii the ^Bifjht of tbemSiy sged'8tt yeaw. Mrs. Gain hid been before the courts for over forty 'j^n^y^yyyy- f /:--\" ^ :^/rfv- f ^ w & ^ - i \" : ^ '••/.•-:•• :•' TOe tirisl of Mme. Clevis Bogee, in Paris, for the murder ofthe privatedetective Morio, closedodtBeSih^^Af^The verdict was not gnilty, but the defendant is charged with the Duncao C. B...

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 January 1885

Klh:asMtere*n^^ S?:^»festiaglKBWi»aibBwaU»#: ::'ftvK J: :-: A c ? J ^ . h n ° l 5 ^ e a d . while the blushes Ptote tfer fcafWety young ft«e. heard and responded: ^tamy embrace:l* Vias U Love fCbtne And the/ Scaro f and falling bodice •/«• ^^diil contain the alghi miffwhy doth my tardy Love tarry, ^ y d o ^ h e Ung^whyr'i i the stately slaters softly . •AiMW«reai4hebuddlntrro8e: \"Love, they say,la a sad yonng rogue, dear— Wi*tt till thy blossom blows! Love, alas I Is a gay deceiver , Slyly he draweth nigh J And deliclotiBhls touch, but, sister, Prayihathep w thee by !^ All too late! For, With hasty footsteps, , (Was It a pearl or tear r 1 That fell gliHtenlng upon her bosom7) Love, the young rogue, drew near! Yes, Love, with his ruthless flngera— Love plucked the rosebud there \"It shall twhie,\" said this reckless rover— \"Iwlne InmyladyBhsir.\" \"It shall twihel\" Well, there lies the rosebud, Pressed 'neath the tear-stained page, Love long fled and the scent of roses Only...

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 January 1885

: sintered u Second-class M«tww the Poit Office 8TUBG JAN. 30,1885 ?ia^ii^BHii^ j thefirstof the week, where she expect^ ., ^.ienialttjro^ ^ Albert Calmbatch is stationed in this city for& few4a,y8 bnyiojrfishforCapt. a l ^ i e r ^ l ^ %^^^^($^^^^^[l~v .'V^ Gostav Naze, one of tlhji leading hot iron whlppeH of Brnssels, rusticated at the ^lignon'IfiHisei jSatpi^^ v j ^ A ^ I ^ e w e ^ b * ^ ^ stock of Overcoats t£ bei clos^&rjifca$ tost. Landlord £ H/Braklne proprietor of the Eureka House, Jaeksonport, paid us his compiimeats by a brief visit Friday last. Hie February term of the Circuit Court will convene at the court house iu this city Tuesday next, Judge Bastings presiding. In another column will be found the new advertisement of Jacob Noll, dealer in groceries, provisions, fresh and salt meats of all kind9. Subscriptions for the daily or weekly issues of that fearless and enterprising newspaper, the Chicago Herald, will be received at the office of this paper. JgTThe ...

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 January 1885

clllllltiffl WMi HBUSBKD EVKRY FfilDAf BT sir i ^ : ~*» ..JAN. 30. 1885 Both hoiwe« of oar State/1^ voted separately Taesdpf tor Doited States Senator. ColoffSf Spooner (Rep.) recdvedje ^ote8j/-atid General Bragg (Bent.) 48.^A bjU/nubjQg saloon licenses # ^ f f * ^jPeWlelU^ses 1^0 wasnumbers, lntrodnc^fQ thei As^nibiyv !The Jntro- anctioa^f ^ j ^ jiceb^ resolution jargon of many tongaes, which ea even the Bbadow of a chanee Jr nnanimity on the subject. The bill Is not looked upon as a party measure. A coalition of all the naresigned ele- ments is now in process of formation to defeat the bill, and to fight all similar measures to the bitter end. Hints are thrown forth now darkly that a partial canvass liassecured enoagh pledges tode- feat the bill. On the same day Mr. Hudd introduced a memorial in the senate asking the general government to pur- chase the Sturgeon Bay canal and make it a free highway. The memorial was read a third time and passed. An effort was made in the assembl...

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 January 1885

•wii sggsp iiiisiMiiti S&fipSi^wK' doctor on tbe lSth, and gavefablittle brother rtrjcfcirfB^ t r ^ ^ ! raidih*gfrak£i^^ QwatKorthernBotdnearOrerton.Tex. The eoodoctor and brakemsa were shot, tbe former iM^^i^^iiiMS^iife1 The New York polica raided * dozen blgh- toned gambling nonjee on the night of the 90th. A large\"quantity of materiaT wae e»p- tored,rati«• uauah. thepropnetors had been ^EA dispatch from London, nnder date of the 17tb, confirms the report of the previous day of the collision ofthe packet Admiral Mooreon and the ahip8aat» Anna, near Holyhead. The former Teawl wa« lost, with twenty-two lives. |gla^w«rro^trojedbyfl^onthel9ai.I^ S e ^ n the 18th, destroyed the SogarEomieryaai the Standard Dye Eartira AventHy Bo^ An tanoiMr tl^^w Bcotland, on the 17th, destroyed property to aa®iinsYlU£:3^^ Tbiw birildfagB, iiwtadmg the 0»y Ooera Hoiu^ at Beloi^ Safc, btKD^ on ^ e 18th. iviss^§%00(fc-'l&--5s^'^^^ fiinrofc&'ofcil^ The Huston BprmgWagon Worfcj. at C...

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 February 1885

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ mSsm : theiiold-time nreet | p | jjiteonewi« l»«ratrithraddenthrob%«dneas §?gft s Th*Ui^ • i: Mis«iAl^l©n#a»»enc^^ ^*yfij^g^Kh»aioniseKjny,• darting, my heart's 8 f ^ * ^ w ^ v ^ ^ f e » ^ W » ittitswonted nart- \" TOftft carpet of therichestgreen spa thefountain withits lightpulsation, Brighteningthescene. . • , i have not changed it now as then the river '* i in the distancelike a silverstream _ the old orchard still the snnheams ..^IliT«:v:.:• :t^•-•v^/•^^::.^ : «/V ^-^:•:^ V••n••, And brightly gleam. p:[i y'-: Ah! but novoice of sweetestmodulation Kor rippling langbter greets my listening ear All the bright scenebnt breathea in desolation, \"Shelgnbtrhewl^ Not here! not hereI\" the murmuring elm trees •.-•.••• sightt. , The rustling grass repeats it'neath myfeet, Her cheiiahea rosesmournftilly reply it In odowsweet. v O'er the soft lawn the shadows westward creep- . - —Jng •'•• ••• '••••:••••' Darkly enfoldme at therose...

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 February 1885

____H_w8__B__H__B_H~__H_^^ |-gkifef Bntwetl »• Setottd-Cbiss Mutter stth* Port Office ®mmm .FEB. 6,1885 ^xihvtt^^ I ' ^ ^ iw_i*iiipi& V^ : -_pripirV ^ ReOwihWr this! masquerade Ball a t Bay Wevra^ last Mondaywith Mfe Maggie Vbroas - ^ home | ^KHdaylast fi^ to tSTFrwh Oat Meal^.Crt^i^'i^t. 3i*--, ,....rence-&Co^.-v: -S'' v-' \"^^^::-.:.' *he^hlDJjio tireenBay, North, is reported 4rt jglying but apd fishermeii are taking upMieir nets* The daily issue of The Chicago Herald will be sent for two months for onetablished dollar. See advertisement. We are indebted,to Hon. John Fetzer for a copy in pamphlet form, of Gover- nor Rusk's biennial message. - (fflTThe Garlands are the only cook stoves made with double plate over top of oven. For sale by TIFFT&HAY. Miss Edith Marshall is in Green Bay, where she expects to remain a short time the guest of friends and relatives. tS^FoR RENT.—The rooms formerly ' occupied by H. T. Scudder are for rent. Apply at tho store of A. W. Lawrenc...

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 February 1885

M^5f^%^l-T ft-'^ PUBLISHED ETSBT FBIDAT BT STURGEON BAT .FEB. 6. 1885 progressive. He has ^af chased a bicycle for his own use. jEJtfTs also an amateur tally wrestliijfe withthe compositions of Wagner* ysi ^T n 9jpntpf aii impersonal prononn fo^*%^IWrd person eingnlar has long f elfc It is awkward to have to say m or her,\" and a new word, meaning her, has been called for. \"Thon\" has een proposed, and the report is that i t | i s tanght in the public schools In Lewis- \"ton,.: Maihe,'v--: vS-r::0^? :'/S - ' An attempt was made a few days ago In New TortCity by a woman calling herself Yseult Dudley to assassinate O'Donovan Rossa. Fbnr shots were fired but only one took effect, producing a painful but hot serious injury. Mrs. Dudley is an Englishwoman, and one of a very large class of persons who if dynamiting is to become common, would volunteer to avenge the crime and ac-said cept the consequences. -' The directors of the mints have been trying to find out how much gold and silver...

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 February 1885

^i^^^^^^^^s •:':^: • ^^mmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmtmm^mtm fettSSMi Mil Bit i f © Montreal on the » t U Alare^ nnjnberof vis- • j ^ t t o i t t ^ : s ^ EeportBC«neinoDttie23dofthed«tlifrom exposnreof an nmtaells-tnsker. near JDelpbos, The regntar Boni-cconthlf wujouncemoit wis ftct^l^»ncel«*boottodedju'ew«rtgiin«t ^toereoeoi 8s1te:i*vis riots. $t Paris, c o n n e d M t b e a w ^ C ^ twomontli^iiMl the otbere were icqmttea. Bptfn reports toe ^rr wlnta f « mw y ye«r«. M«jr ti»«leiB b«Te been frozen to death. »nd pe««ito tore been powued into , the.:villages ^.jrdiwfc^- • 'M^: y ? ^ a i e i ^ ^ A detachment of governnknt troops anived at Yuma, AtU. ©n the 23d* with fourteen Mesi- can bandit*, bavitg captured tbtm in a fight in which four of the onllawa were killed. WiMna, Poet 4 Co., iron bridge bxuldew, At- lanta, Oa., suspended on the 2Mb, withlisbiK- tieaof •mHk • .•:•\"7-- :-:'V-Y •: • .- ' v Toe United Btates reports fortneweek end- tag on the 23d, 871 iaunrea. A Chinaman S...

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 February 1885

Mills! AND ELEVATCrf, StURGEdN BAY^ -•,-'Hope on, bope ever. ?Tnough°'3eaa leaves are ^'^^iiyingr^vvV-a-^ In monrnfal clusters *neath yonr wandering liOngb wintry winds throagh naked boughs axe vi'^-^rfBweell^'r :\":^-':' '•\"•\"\"• ••'••*--•-••••••• ..•.-..-.-'•• •-. •• -.... . . *• Off^ninl*^ winds MopdonVhope ^ / . t t B * Hope 6: •:.Wi,\" So* ctiuntless! roses glow* -kl3sea ofs ilio^ generous Why &piil< tears be iflow- baMso^^to^woi^l?:.': ope'eV^rUiQUgh you deck loved mbllng fingers for the silent grave :n cold the cheek beneath yonr fond ca' Ik- np.trne Christian BOUI he calm, be M»ve.!\"' --: • on hope ever. Though your hearts be :breaktog,y : :./:.',v.^^ ::^v :, v.:.: ,'- et flowers of resignation wreath your cross, ' In yoar heart some heavenly -wisaoin wak- ing, :--v: )v:. For mortal life Is full of change and loss. Hope on, hbpe ever, for long-vanlahed faces Watch for your coming on the goldenshore. E'en while yon whisper in their vacant places The blessed wo...

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 February 1885

W& m sas^ffgpmg^ illllflBfl^ SWSSWw^iKtfBjWi^ ^^ilHju^ipiift^ W^^^^^^^K^ ^||l«u|:a^ ' «^e|tbi ^ ^ ^ i & -^d^^/f. 0 'p :w •|&:: H^ K S \"^V'-W J^raW Is sent fifty-two weeks, postpaid, :-:• Jbr oa0^^ \\:--J^^k0^hMp^ proof reader in Sen- ate, spent tbe Brat part of the week with ^ ^ is , now going down as fMt as it eoald were '•rKcoovetteat^^ HTBatavia Cejined Frait9 and Vege- U&bifi tli^ flne§^ gooda packed, to sale ': i^^^^^L^^^^^^^ •••':' Iv^iufingllhe last ::-iteW.i4ayS:'meai-'iia«: had an upward tendency, hating taken a jump of one dollar per hundred. HTThe Garlands are the only cook stoves made with double plate over top of oven. For salei by T U T T & H A T. Thos. Scott and attorney W. H. Timlin spent yesterday in Egg -Harbor looking after Rome legal cosiness in that place. 85f\"FOB RENT.—The rooms formerly Occupied by H.T. Scudder are for rent. Apply at the store of A. W. Lawrence & No one can afford to-be without the Chicago Weeklyr Herald, which 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 — 13 February 1885

^ih4lMS&SMSS&&^^Ms^^^j^^^^^^^^^(is^^: Slliiiliiiiiill .FEB. 13. 1885 .marshal of the inauguration day parade the receotcold^toraiB amounts up into ^ W ^ i P ^ ^ w l i t r ^ ^ B t the oW^hj^l a New England barit lerrill, manager of the Chicago, iwaukee& St.Paul Railway diedat ^l2iad last Sundayinbrottig froin the # •• : ~ feels ^»t an apopletic stroke on Tuesday of last week. He was siijfy^ Cleveland requires all applications for office to be made In writing, And the Louisville Courier-Jotirnal, of A recent date, in speaking of this niatte^sAys *'it is feared that this rule will work hard- ships on those deserving patriots, the Cincinnati Deputy Marshals, over half of whom signed their pay receipts with MrsVBelva^Lockwood has a rival in Mrs, LauraDe Forte Gordon of Califor- nia, who was admitted to the Jwrof the Doited States.supreme court JtfondaK Belva never made but one argument before the supreme court, but now that she has a foeman worthy -of her steel this sole...

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 February 1885

^^^^^^^s^^s^m W$§3& ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ » \" '^SBj? s a * d B i a i b & s ^^ South tfales, reports that an express train.waa wrecked by a teokaa bridge near tbat place. seven days endingon the 80th numbered 317, WtostTin anoneiiear\":Saraiina,vl K \\Eiere were 10t men at wbrttafc thetime of the «x- rtoaion,Tbriw are reported Mlled, twenty- oin« aerlonriy Inirncdi imd the remainder eligbifr fnjin^C • .- j A.::. :- ^iy^Vfe^gj. '£.:^SS-WCii*iJ»i*»^ Ctmnfagbanutbe alleged dyiiamiter/ waa ajtraignedm the Bow Street police ooort, Lpn- dOBjon the 2d,-4ml alter a brief bearing WM remanded for•* m ^ Be jwfltaigtawai oonaptracy wider the explosives act, bat the «j«nmjent reserved the privilegeof changing The charge to high treason. At No. 957 North flatted Street, Chicago, cm the 81st, Jacob Fabrenbrug playfully pointed an empty pistol towardhi^ elder broth- er, and capped the trigger. John caught up a double-barreled shotgun, which he thought was not loaded, and tilied Jacob insta...

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 February 1885

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