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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 February 1885

^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^ B sag .^EiH*i^i»&'S^^ IKTOBfiB^^fiiKl&a .FEB. 20, 1885 100AEM/tPJPJENINOS, ^ W o r r o ^ ' ^ ^ i ^ l Jfo*er' wjlfrrisiiig backtvlwat flbrira^ Co, C:•:-'V i he Iatfiessewinff society of Hopo Con- grfflration will ineet ne^t week atMrs. • PfcvS6per^.i V-3 S ?}:::•' ' ^ The new Kotel J of Frank Pierre, at Bni8sej3, turn ranks arirong the best in : -the-eon^^ A. N. Diely o i t M « ^ l f e ppent JI por- tion of Monday i n t h e ^ o n ty seat look- iqg np his friends iu this place. jgg-The Garlands are the only cook stoves made with double plateoyer top of oven. For sale by J ^ \"Francis McDerinqttj of Forestvllle, Circniated among omr business men yes- terday^ returning home in the after- noon, -r \\ :/h- '-\"-'\"•-'.•, - . -r^ '•••.\"': ' the aprlvM of a bright^yed little boy attheresidpnceof Jacob Leonhardt, this city/^asi^Bdded.greatly to the joy of that . -houl^olav '-: -lu':: i:X • :^ . A valuable horse belonging to Louis Wetzler, is sick with lung 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 — 20 February 1885

ftJfcM&KD KT6RY VBIDAf B t si jjiiiiiliii:i? STUBGEONBAY .F£B.20.18S5 Philadelphla^a., almshouse Thursday t y ^ I ^ ^ j ^ ^ t : i^rflr^-jaili:of, tiiem being ydaniacs. There were hofirees-ment ^tenapt w^ be .made in the Illi- bis legislature thi* ^hter tft repeal or Tery considerably'teniper down the Har- per high-license law, and two bills have already been introduced in the lower honse, having that object in view. Mrs. Sumner, of Wanfcesha, wifei.of the congressman,hasbeen^admitted to prac- tice i t the t»ar oi the supreme court. Mrs. Sumnerwill leavelor Washington next week wMn she will apply for ad- mission to the supreme court of thelegion. UnitedStates. v The Dakota house by a vote of twenty- nine to nineteen, has passed a woman suffrage bill, which ia likely to be ap- \"prbved'bythe council. Speaker Bice, in Apposing the measure at the^ present time, expressed a fear that it would re- tard a alVisl^i of the territory. ~ Five men were smothered by foul airthe in Chicago ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 February 1885

*»lajffiiiBsijj^^ Sii*ii|pa$^^ MPed on Jtie previous day while leading a claimant of the Jomel estate m New Yoik, W diedm^«**i*5Boe* R.-1*on the « & aged M S Stewi was received oh the ti&jtiom lake Simon, the temporary terminus of the Qaebee 4 Xtke 8t» John Bsilroid, that the camp aitnated six miles from there, and occupied by four tow, washorned, together with the men. '•^riVl'-^iuinWaSuiiBwi.^: '••:: ::v-r& :Wi :':10IIervicinriai^'' njantrfactnrer, Cin- dnoati, suspended on the 6th. Liabilities, Faiinres in the United States for the week ended on the 6tb number S14. /'v-^.:° '^vrta*« iSrl«l*oi«n Solid*' . A SaBdnsky ($. T.) dispatch of the 9UJ, says: \"Teams are now crotsiog. on the ice be- / tween here and Canada. Several parties have come over this week from Point an Ptlee. They report the ice from twelve to sixteen inches tKligwoiid»r«Kaid»»naftio^to of Howe A Labjrre, at, Owatonna, Minn* on 'iibelilttW^ The breaking of a rmfl on the Washington, Ohio*Woi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 February 1885

^^^^^?^-^?^g^ig^pi^^^^^^^^a|^ij ^^!M^»^MW^^!^^^I^^^^^W,. jgNjsvis^ S^a^irt^ ^Jj^^5cel«iSi myiwluk sad pnt The town Is aUa-talklDg that we're going out v^fc»eTer,*naw hot* many-friends we have till iMItourafae«Cse^lor*^«)rW untilweirioTe TheyeUow stagej f m eoon be here to take as to i: ^ ^ t t j j ^ f the wheela now coming np the odd the old hoase looks, with sQ th:e sold M-' .:•-. {-• -'•,.•:. •:'••-.,-:/: VW-:^ ' t bring a quarter what the cost m •ga-.*:-... ---.-.-.: hundred dollarstorour parlor tet In ' It went to Neighbor Nnttlng's folksforseven- v - teea.or«o.:v y:\".:--•/:•\"-:. . •••-...:. - : ^\\. -Our other thingswere auctioned oft* and hardly brought a song. They almost seemed a part of us, we've lived \\'\"Twas^her X'broMn'i yon, Polly ton we both .were young and green, . But happy as two little birds that build their : nest In spring. •:•••.••.• ::•-: .-•/•••- My age was only twehtjMrae,arid yours was 8GV€Ht©i&ll\" You were a rosy, round, red-headed, loving l...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 February 1885

I§1§ W^^^MW§^4^^0^S^f: pee, which occurred at that place in •Â»• mornin*of the day mentioned. He waa by ^nr people, and » j g T £ S £ McLachlanrdfthia town. The deceased LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ft^Sfe^iiatot ^nbr h^: b^|r *bme 'i during ^vr £tfirjpast fx MI'^Pi^^ei^Siyii^e^ ot retail, ^ • - T : ^ r ^pi^m^le^sofifair ma&ers^predict ihsat / thi^wif J be^o ^?#a good year for sap. departed tlte fi^ stay at the New Orleans Exposition. v Attorney .t£ ^ | & e j ^ his office to ^eone^lmraaeriy ownpifed EL T, Scad^efvintheXawrBnce block. 1 ^ B ^ T h e Gariands are the only coot stoves aaade with double plate over top pt oven. Fox sale''^.^^^^jSefija^ An,assistant pfei^master arrived at the residence/ of Mr. and Mrs. & A. . Dreutzefi ^^an early hour this niorning. The ice iti^iake Michigan is broken Into fields and loosed A south wind .would opennavigation4o Lily ?ay in a fewhourSi .•'.'• ••:*( ]• •• ~V'-' •:• • - j ^ T h e attention of smokers is direct- , edi» the G. A, R, ci...

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 — 27 February 1885

PUBLISHED EVER* f B l h i t Bi t ±{M$M WM& says: \"It appears that tbe alleged pic- ture of Col. Spoonerrecently printed by a malicious and .(iTsappoiated editor was In fact a ma^rof the seat of war in the ?^?ira^W^^aiate4 aaaa ^ilegation Pt fjpcklea, represents In aU the lifelike fl^it^ ol the wjoo^ radiates but from Khartoum for a dis- tance of 49» miles.? t pr^^ner/la celebrated fasting record has beea ^ in- matefit^llw Alflwnoose ^ t Bloon^bury, '• •:'$ has not eaten anyi^ng^ for forty- three dayfij.v She:h^ never been herself since her Thanksgiving dinner, but she weighed 350 pounds when her appetite failed and she couldgtip the scales now 'probablyat200pounds. Altogether•••the case is an extraordinary one which will doubtless interest members of the medi- cal profession. Attention, perhaps, should be called to the fact that the woman's substantial weight at the time her sickness began reflects credit on tbe table of the Bloomsbury Almshouse. Some friends of O'Donovaa Ros...

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 February 1885

m &&:£'-ri m rod or, died at New Tort, on the 15th, alter ao nineaa of only two or three day*., He was 53 SS#di8iaM:^ the 17tb, gives en account of the capture by several eDgagements. Tbe French lost tiurty- ^ B ^ i f e U n b o - m»n, WM released from tbe insane aunrlttm at Norristown. Pa,, ontte iStfi, a special lunacy, commission saving declared mm of sound ^•K&/ ^:*iro 5hI»«««?:Boat S»nit. ',-c- :yU- « A dfep*ten of 4he1816, from JJinir»lyDoori fbefeaajS: *Wahav attacked tbeGbinese '\"sdaidronandigaineda^oompleteTietory.' An- other dispatch says the Frtncn fleet succeeded ^ in Kinking two ofthreeChinese men-of-war, which took refnge in the Ningpo Biver. JBrft. Dudley was given a preUmJnary exiwir natfonina New York court on the 16th. After admitting the shooting of Eossa and stating that she shot to kill, she was remanded for in- dictment by the grand lory. Bail wasfixedat • . V :V..V''':'V^:':':-:'Catto..I Ieee». '':'• . John ana Peter Heavers and a 12-year...

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 March 1885

msmmmmammummammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^^ ilCdttidoktow^ry*tad ft. A w '-s!a-ir^^v wnsT^atyouraelflntbeoldarmclialr, ^wno«ijiow^fttsnre^ • All sorrows from your anxtoisheMtivw-v ^v .-: ^ ^ ? ^ f c ^ i P 1 1 1 ' 1 1 contentment here ^ »^*«t?JWy&i»«l thenews tc*4ay? ^ ^ ? k Wjjtflt'* the talk of town * *Mt^nei«]3am naaajaenaldh given '^otfftwentyhundred—aramthat we utdhaM as a fortune great twhysbonldU come to Colonel Brown, With bis gold and grand estate?. ': / Bank stockand government bonds are his, And acres of ierille land Andalllhe cattle on yonder hill Bear the rlcnoM Colonels brand. \"Ipassed his home as Icame from town ThecartatnB were drawn aside, And J saw the family gathered 'round The hearthstone warmand wide* The light of a beautiful chandelier . Fell over the rich things tnere, The Tttrktsh carpet and cushioned seats, jyThe pictures and flowers rare. % \"Now, mother, I can'tbelieve it tight That-we who daily toil From morn till night in our dingy shops, Or faithfnUY till...

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 March 1885

^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^mmm Eotei^M8«ond^las Matter at the Post Office 8TC3GE0NBAT. ..MABCH.6,1885 its I t'i|$9n£j&j^^ tS^^fe^li O^ew, wholesale or retail, ^ ^wreeit this eity tn Greeb Bay, the ~ '0%Mi& gettBJ*\"fast horrlbler Overctoais to hei closed out at cost. Ice bfltlw ciijai is now the thickest of any tlirie siace the cM was opened. IN)stmaster^se oi Seville, canie tip to see the inaugnralflags fly Wednesday. March cams in shediSihg tears, bat it old Prob. is to be believed \"will go out laughing. :' • Mr. Chas. Brigliaim hassolar recovered as to be able to once more traverse our • sidewalks. v ^ -. 0hairnian?Cordier of, Mg Harbor, epent Wednesday in this city on business • lorhtetownv The first spring month is with us once ••': more. No tears are shed at the depart- nre of winter. '•../'•''.:•/• Some ell our hopeful citizens have commenced painting their wagons and other summer relics. Landlord Erakine and Mr. Clias. Steph- enson now own. horses to be classed among 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 — 6 March 1885

:•Â»' \" ' • i\"' rr\"i'-'-'i ifnr--^rt--'Y''-\"-^ \\ The in* *** mCGCBAU \"7T | ^ a i ^ ^ ? $ s madte a Vvi-i ir -atit^^iraAd -b^^^^^ : ^^v a s \"Hhougrli'- .he: .\".f.J' v'-^w^.v^piil^3.: a .'i^^taVfer'^K^l*©yxetiriii.gf ^ ^ that y^fi^e and good sense^ which are his in j largjedegfree, entered fteariily into the ' tseremoiti^ to the Arlington fbrl^GleveIand,carryingttie committee, Senators Sherman and Ran^ som, add took him to the White Honse. v There he waajoined by Mr. Arthur, and - the fonr proceeded to the Capitol. Ap- pearing upon the platform Mr. Arthur led the way, followed by the President- elect and Chief justice Waite. As soon as the company upon the platform — consisting of the senators, judges, diplo- matic corps, representatives, and mem- hers of the press—was seated, Mr. Cleve- land delivered his inaugural address. He spoke in clear resonant tones, and without maiiuacript, and when through, turned towards the Chief Justice, bowed, and said, \"I am now prepared to ta...

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 March 1885

^^00i m .... liiil&iiib^^ made poblto on the 2IUu The sentence is K|iHi^Aonx^^ inborn Baltimore on the 23d. Shehadat- tempted to make some tea, when her ckrthiog took fire. 8tw got into bed, being vaaHeto call for aeBiBtaice, and when foond the bed was psrtiaDy burned and her bocyataort ^ • t ^ ^ r t o ^ ^ iJi^Mteey^Valie^ Haberecker took hia titoO}^ Thehoraes raaawa£ owtantfhg the ^ jmdthio^ ^ Toefather's heck wasfbroken, and ene^ chud was 66 badly taut thatJweate*in a fewhours. The otnera *ere injnred, bntnot f a^ly*: i ^.':\"8etaibB^B««ed»-: : V -^ ?5 -' A i-pecial from O^nt^ondBrdateoftbe ySWv says the schoonerF. J.Collin**from Gal- veetonforBoston with cot^ end n^waa imported onfireand abandoned off Ocean Crtjv She was entirely destroyed. The crew landed -'vMferjr.'':'^B, and cargo was TheSt^ Mississippi road, ran into the rear car of the commntera* trains waitingonice eidetrack at Delbl, twelve mijea from Cincinaati, on the 21st, injuries a number of pataeDgerB, aU sub...

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 March 1885

llilliltit^ S a t tfaoahaat conie, JastMeSBsenget of ail, through 1 e eyes'dark light I know. Vcjb^'Bt&t^yeart on brow asad heart: I 1- 5 ^ w o l , strong handtofeel :\".'• / etered with wounds, and throbbing with a smart : ivyThjr touch alone can heal. : ^ igfrirtt&joyl t ^ ^ m e t o h l n i a t last,—^^^^^ ^ • .-'• Howdlmthepath and lone— :: Hi m, whose tax tooteteps, echoing through the ^: '-i : ^8t,.^. v^^^- /?/.. v -V:.'^ v: ..::/ Have,nev€r met none own. \"&A.BY GliARB.\" . / • BY EITIE ROGERS. She s t o o d in t h e center of he r ele- g a n t drawin g room—thi s lovely Clare Estcote—a . slim girl w i t h pale-gold hair a r o s e b u d j n o u t h , a n d large eyes of lapis lazuli blue. Sh e wor e d e a d black—a rich m o u r n i n g costume , wit h a profusion of soft, black tulle a b o u t h e r graceful t h r o a t , a b u n c h of tube - rose s in he r corsage, a n d a great scin- tillan t d i a m o n d o n on e delicate finger. Upon he r d a i n t y a n d pe...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 March 1885

I r£mer*d: a* ilteelra&»e^ l^?#Pi^i#§ll .MARCH. SO, 1885 !IO(i^liipMiims| ^psv?^ \" ^lieirt^ •' -'\"••:.::.00:J»1 v v| i^-$M$f^,^2dhr::tlii*:}inoruiu^ ' A'year £ ^Tlie Gjreen J5$ySnnday 4«?«wt5^ edited \" l»yJlRV v atJu^sonpoftis siHpended for a few •: ,^weeksV'^y^'^v-i::/ffMv: !:: :^?-•* \"•'' ':•'•-:* • A twelve poqnd j^rt at the residence - of Mr. and Mrs. John Houle at aa early jibur yestei^ay earning. f rtSF'Lonis 'Wetzier, lat Sftirgeon Bay * M^ai SlarkeV Bells plioice beef by the ., i^^atter, at'ltfw figures. Frank I^re^jDf the firm of Pierre, VerIe^&^t!^Bms»el8^ v?a8 a guest at - ttfe^rthwetfternyesterday.• ^K ir . Sibree lias reeentiy overhauled j : ealeirained and fitted up Ms office, mak- :^hfag the rooms qnite cozy and inviting. r John.M.^Shp«!niaker, dry goods mer- chant at Green Bay, made, an assign- ment Monday last. Jlaset9,V*5,000 11a- biltMefl, $ 8 ^ . 6^Headqaarter8 for the line tea trade. Twelve diflSerent varieties, including our faoioiis 50 ce...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 March 1885

illi^^ili^i^iSiiiBiiiiiiii^^^ STURGEON iBA^vS^^MARefl ^:7:^^7ZZ!::2ZZ'SZ7Z\\ 1885 land begins very weiJ by.dismissing the S^fctt^olft not#e riglit to. keep them :fef «ii slwajt^fter thoir uselessness is ^A^jmh&a JBot -through with itiis P Executive Mansion, we ^o^Jl^seb it extended to the depart- njgllns.? Most probably they all overflow Jwith needless clerks and attendants. Taming them out is the beginning of a sort of clyft service reWffl against Which no sensible citizen can make any opposition Indeed, the first step to- ward the real reform of the civil service is to reduce its dimensions to the exact dimensions of the public work to be doue. • \"One of our correspondents at Wash- ington describes some- of the minor abases which have grown up in the de- partments there. Carriages, he says, are provided at the public expense, iiot only for Secretaries, but for ehief clerks and ^their families and friends, on the false pretext that they are required for the public use. We are...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 March 1885

^^^^^^^^^B fcftSSiSs'S ^ Both homes of the Dakota Legislator* Sii»a^h»iiironM»«&!Hi^bill, wtfoe loth ga' W :^|i9|'SniBiefi\"::)6bjBa^:' $jUut!&te£% The general court martial forjthejnvesti- •itkmofthe chargesagainst? Oriel Signal Jfflcer Hazert *tefr at iWaaMngtbh. on 1*e vHilfeh^ Thfrttcgnfied ' p ^ ^ : ^ ^ ^ ' - : ^ ^At the anntiai Meeting of the \\ ^ i n « j y Medical College, of PhiladeUhia, on the llth thedegree of Doctor of Slediane wa«* tbnferred bn.twenty^yo^male gradn^t^ An explosion occnrred in a colliery a t Karwin, Aaiatrian Silesia, on the 6tb . mst. ThMe were 147 men in the mine at the . ' time./ \\i :. • --A^-- • h :\" '\"• '•' 1: • ^•1\"'- S I n Favor of tb e Czar.-• ••,• ^/ i A diepattfh from Teheran states .that in- surgent native chiefs of India have already raised the fiery cross, and proclaimed in favor bijtussiar 3Bb^^ers .in Quod. A number of Oklahoma boomers were ar- raigned before United States Commissioner Sherman, a t Wichita, Kas., on the 5...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 March 1885

Farmers^^^^^ Mills! =:: rafeisthyseed-tfnie, brotbejrman, : • \"Ebi soli is ready and mefet • JH»etimebeforetfieeIsjbfita span, •••i-V'-Bot tftefnrrows ageimder thy feet. JB-reelyflidsM tooiyof thy l o r d receive Jferey aud pity-ana love: Freely, theri, fg^&rylullnessgtve, S o ^ n o r a ^ reap, aboye^ ^ ^ o^jSSose Bhiveringsons of want. • t ^ P ^ y and chill and bare, w , c n «tmi8hedeyes , with clothing scant, 4 wild, neglected air scatter thy seed and It shall-bring r i ~ volt t o a hundred-fold f'Proin deserts as barren as tills shall spring More than thy barns can hold. A felon lies in your dark cell, Brooding in silence grim To-morrow will ring his dying knell, Hast thou no seed for him? , Not a pitying tear? nor a word of hope? Nor an Interceding prayer? Before the grip of the strangling rope Launches his spiritr'Where? There are wounded spirits and hopeless breasts And cheeks ne'er free from tears There are minds where ignorance deeply rests, Together with slavish Tear...

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