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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR: .--•u ••J:.I..'-V. r — r - PHARLES J. ^ARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . !^ — • • ' Published Every Friday, AT STURGEON BAY, : : : WISCONSIN. I ' -UK • TERMS OF SUB SCR IP TIO X: I N D E P EN D ENT, -•' --'-.$1 JO One Year (In advance)...... Six months \" :' hree *'* .\" • \" H NOT PAID VNTIL 3 XIONIilS AFTER SCBSCRIBINS: n Year... .i.. §j oo ix months 100 Th e W o r l d O u r F i g l d Sturgeon Ba y Our H o m e T h e fnterebtaof the People of Door County Our Aim . Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, May 11, 1877. No. 30 FROM OVER THE SEA. THE EXPOSITOR O F P I G E Has-been refitted with New .Bonier* of various kinds. Also » large assortment of type of the most modern' styles. With the additional supply of material we feel confident' that we can Give satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and solicit' aii much of your patronajge as you feel desirous of Civingus. All orders sent by mail will receive prompt attention, and the work forwarded t...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 May 1877

THEBXPOSITPOR STURGEON BAI£, \\VIS. NEW& IN BRIER VARIOUS TOPICS. INSANITY, once unknown among the negroes, has become a great and increas- ing affliction. To relieve it Virginia has established an insane asylum fornegroe?, said to be the only one in the world\" where more than 300 of them are cared for. ••. .:\" ' ., • • • •• .-... . THERE are eleven days difference be- tween \"old styled still used by the Rus- aians in the Eastland the new style of chronology employed by iis. So the Czar's declaration of war, issued April 12, was given to the world oh April 23d, as we count day& M ^ . CAPT. ISAAC BARRIPX, the principal door-keeper^| the TJnited,States Senate, entered tmjwrvice of that body as^a page in 1836. John a Snvul1, resident clerk of the Pennsylvania House of Representa- tives, entered the service of tiiat body as a page thirty years ago. T H E PUBLIC DEBT. The following statement will show th e condition of the public at the close of April: Six per cent bonds. ......

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 May 1877

THEySCENE OF HOSTILITIES ON THE DANUBE-TURKISH LINES OF DEFENSE. FARM AND HOME. I nest. When the chicks hatch, put them J 'with the hen in a box sufficiently large Setting1 Hens. I *'or thcni to run about in, and for a few The time is at hand for poultry men days leave them in the sun away from and farmers to set their hens to raise j'the wind. Soon they will get strong early chickens. We think.there is more ' enough to run at large. Do not attempt value to be attached to early chickens i » be»t house operations with them, as than farmers, at least, are apt to eonsder. i artificial heat is ajoo substitute for the The market for poultry is always lively natural, with poultry.— Golden Rule. in August, and it may not be known to I many that there is a period in the process J of chicikens' growth when they are much better for the table than any other, ex cept at full maturity.. That period is at the age of three months they have not then run up, -stretched out and taken on breadth of ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 May 1877

THE ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAf CHABUH I. HABTIlf, 7 i^TURGEON JJATJ. )VlSCONSlN. NOTE* CAUGHT ON THE FLY. First round for \" Charley.\" H. W. Reed has removed to this viilag. A pleasant call ftom Mins Lucy Graham Thursday morning/ fishing tackle at T. C Hayley ft Go's. Post Office building. N- N. Cromwell, of Jackson Port, was in'the village Wednesday. L. D. Henderson, of Sister Bay, waa in the village Wednesday. Fishing is now good, and everybody seems to be improving it. 0. E! Dreutzer returned from Milwau- kee on this morning's boat. Oranges* and Lemons at T. C .Hayley &Co's. Post Office building. \" Out West they are beginning to be spo- ken of as Crazy Horse-tiles. Holders of the Centennial slock will get about twenty-two cents on the dollar. W. H, Warren, of Clay Banks, honored us last Wednesday with a brief visit. Every body seem* to be peaceable, now- adays, and are paddling their own canoe. The Ohio legislature adjonrned after a session of'210 days. How is that for O-hi-o...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 May 1877

IE EXPOSITOR. PHABLE S J, MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Every ^ Friday, MJEON BAY, :*•• WiSCOXSIK. A. MASSE, County Treasurer. D. THORP, County Clerk. liOULE, Sheriff M. WRIGHT, County Judge. A. REED, District Attorney IRIS DANIELS, Cleik of the Court s. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. IRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. j. H. WARPEN, County Surveyor. G. SPRINO, Ch'n of Board of Supervisors I Cheer Up ! I The 'subje:t of an increase[of the Arm I It has been more than three years since the ' w i n «f-Mur$e be discussed, as many-people ' first Avail of \"iTard Times'! sent, a pang to the t h i n k t h e w a r i n F'arot* w i l 1 r e n d c r a l a r s e j hearts of 'the American people. During all • n a v a l f o r c e necessary on our part. It is not i of the time since times have seemed to grow ' received, however, that our commerce, even ! harder rather than easier. And it is not the if it increases, as is hoped, will need any other • L^ M n w M k w I...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 May 1877

TWILIGHT. A long, low room, with oaken-panelod walls, And narrow windows looking to tlje west, A quiet room, where flickering firelight falls ' On folded hands of. one who nlta nt rest '' .Who r««s and H.stenn in thefcwillglifgloom To tender strains of musie, «oft imd slow, That rise, and fall, and flutter through the room In worldiess but inclodious ebh and flow. Without, u splendor linger* In the heaven, f^nwe, and purple, royal gold and gray Orcen leaves are trembling in the breeze of even, Tho niglHingale's sweet voice comes o'er the way, While overhcafl^Ui skies serene ami far, . Shines, like an angeljasiiiile, the evening star, The long, hot hours of garish day are past, The long, hard years of life^draw to a ehwe, A tired hand and heart enjoy at^iihit Life's twilight hour Iwfore their lon^fcrepose, A blessed eventide of love and home, Before the shadow of that. darKness falls, Whose deepest density enwraps the tomb And through whose uwful mist Death's angel calls. The swee...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 May 1877

WISCONSIN STATE NEWS. DURING the last \"April snow storm six inches ef snow fell at New London. A STURGEON* was caught last week at Montello which weighed 58 pounds. A DAIRY farm contaning 81J acres, at Columbus, was sold recently at the rate of $40 per acre. | v MONTELLO fixes licenses at $75 in that fillage. In Stevens Point they are $75turned Wid in Oshkosh $75. | D . J SPAULDING, of Black River flails, paid $290 for a four year old cow, sauty's Airdre, at the .sale of blooded c in Iowa recently. JAMES HUNTER, of Utica, recently l twenty-three fat steers at the rate of per hundred. The steers averaged [,350 pounds each. Mr. H. finds it prof- itable to raise stock. MISS SARAH CALVY, daughter of Peter Calvy, of Kenosha, died from consump- tion on Tuesday morning. This is the I fifth girl Mr.\" Calvy has lost from the same disease in seven years. T H E small amount of wheat sown in different parts of the state during Febru- ary is coming out all right, and a heavy [ T H E following ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY • j T H E PARISIAN DETECTIVE O R A D E S P E R A T E D E E D , . , - . ^ . ERSKINE BOYD. AvTHon OF ' ' T H E STOLEN C H I L D , \" \" D R I VEN FROM H O M E / ' A C , A C . Continued from last wesk. CHAPTER XIX. DBirOUNCIXO THB MUBDBRBB. Eleven o'clock was striking1 from a neighboring1 church steeple, when Old Corkscrew left his young friend's house. ••What a mine I've sprung!\" he thought, as he walked joyously along the pave- ment, in a seventh heaven of delight. I've bowled out m y professional friends—I've forestalled them nil! Ha! ha! I wasn't far out, though, about there being a child mixed up in the business but I never sus- pected a substitution. And -to think of his \" mother—a woman I would have canonized as a saint—that she could have lent her- self l o such a scheme! I was ifotng to inopoBe marriage to her, too. Well, well '. suppose I'm. an old fool, after all.\" At this last thought Old Corkscrew shud- dered. He saw himself married...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. pHJLRUtS J, JttARTIN, Editor and Proprietor. cos—:— TtttUiied Swry Friday, STDKGEOX BAT, WISGOXSIS. TSRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (in :adTUe*)..-....\". ..~*i 5° Six months \" \" ... ..-....,.: 73 Three\" \" \" —- ——... ,40, IP MOT PAID WKT1L 3 MONTHS AFTEK SUBSCKIBINC*. One Year -, $2 00 Six months — 1 00 THE INDE PENH E N T . Th e W o r l d Our Field Sturgeon Ba y Our H o m e T h e Interests of the People of Door County Our Aim . Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, May 18, 1877. No. 31 i ' 'limn ' ' i .i ii -| D».JU.J...i^l-HIH EASTERN WAR. The Russians Defeated in Crossing the Danube. A Merchant Vessel Burnt by the Turks. PIRATE S AN D C R I M I 5 1 L S ROV- ING T H E SOUTHERN SEAS. A Turkish Iron-Clad Sank. Th« Crew of 3 0 0 al l Lost ba t One. FRAKCI AND 15GLAND IN SOMEWHAT OP A DISPUTE ABOUT NEWFOUNDLAND. The Russians Make a Terrible Attack Upon the Height. Defending Eatoam, Occupied bj Bashl-Bazonks, Bat are Mowed Down and Defeated with a Loss of...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

SPRING HAS COMB. BT OMV-K* -WUIDUfc HOURS Th«B»nbcamB, lonilorhiit m yimr, Umat through Imy pane their uornfoc rays Fu-dry northwesters cold and dear, The east blown in iUthin blue base. Jkad first the snowdrop's bells an seen, Tkea close against the sheltering wall Tta tulip's horn of dusky greet), ^ The peony's dark unfolding ball. The dimly chalioed crocoa barns The long narcigsus* blades appear The roBO-bcakod hyacinth returns To light tier blue-flamed chandelier. willow's whistling lashes, wrung ,.' v By the wild winds of the gusty Karen, •allow leaftots IfgTitly strung, An swaying by the tufted larch. The elms hare robed, theirslender spray With foil-blown flower and embryo leaf ' Wide o'er the clasping arch of day SoaxB like ncloudthelr hoary chief. fiee tbo proud tulip's flaunting cup. Thai flames in glory for an hour— Behold it withering—then look up— How meek the forest monarch's flower! When wake the violets, Winter dies: When sprout the elm-buds, Spring Is near When li...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

SPRING HA8 COMK. B I OLIVKK'WBNOBU* HOURS. Tta«Biiboaml^^J^^' «t'y^,J'.(j\"'':',' A n t through toy t*nelbdrjnoraiiig rays Jta-dry northwesters cold and clear, • The eastftlowain, itattata blue haxe. Ami first the snowdrop's bells are neon, * Tb*» close against the »helte$lngNaU ' Tfea tulip's horn of duflkf green, .'•'',..,..' The peony's dirk unfolding ball. Tfce dimly chalioed croons barns The long narctesuV blaQea appear Thc«o«^beakod-byaclntbret«ra» , To Ughtherblue-flamed chandelier- Tb* willow's whistling lashes, wrung By the wild winds of the gtisty March, , VnlH sallow leaflets lightly strung,' An swaying by the tufted larch. The elms hare robed,theirslenderspray WIU» fuU-blown flower and'embryo loaf Wide o'er the clasping nrchof day Hoars like a cloud their hoary chief. Bee Om proud tulip's flaunting cup. That flames in glory for an hour— Behold it withering—then look up— flow meek thoforest monarch's flower! *Whcn wake the violets, Winter dies: When sprout the el...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

WISCONSIN STATE NEWS. D E P E RE has eight licensed saloons. BRANDON wants, to be incorporated. D. C. W I L L I A M ^ of Fox Lake sold 35 fat steers lately for $2,200. T E N deaths from scarlet fever ocou red in Menaaha last -week. T H E Geneva yacht club proposes to hold a selies of regattas this year. M. C. BUSSEL, one of the oldest set- tlers of Walworth county, is dead. J. S.RowELt , of Beaver Dam, is erecting a new barn to cost $1,000. A N EW flouring mill is to be erected at Cataract by JohnMoflatt, of Sparta. , A LARGE amount of sturgeon are being caught, in the Wolf river. W M . RAE, of Boscobel, committed sui- cide by shooting, a few days ago. CHARLEY SCHNEIDER, of Hudson, has realized $50,000 in the recent rise of wheat. T H E RE are ten farmers in Utica, Win- nebago county, who have each sown over 100 acres of grain. F I V E million young whitefish were de- posited in Sturgeon Bay last week by the fish commissioners. W A G ES on the St. Croix drive are very low this seaso...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

WISCONSIN STATE NEWS. DEPERE has eight licensed saloons. BRANDON wants to be incorporated. D. C. WILLIAMS, of Fox Lake sold 35 fat steers lately for $2,200. I. _ T E N deaths from scarlet fever ocou ||re d in Menasha last week. II T H E Geneva yacht club proposes to ||hold a selies of regattas this year. | M. (X RU88EL, one of • the oldest set- it tiers of Walworth county, is dead. J . S. RoWELL, of Beaver Dam, isthe v erecting a new barn to cost $1,000. 1 A N E W flouring mill is to be erected I at Cataract.by JohnMoflatt, of Sparta. I A LARGE amount of sturgeon are being I caught, in the Wolf river. { W M . R A E, of Boscobel, committed sui- cide by shooting, a few days ago. CHARLEY SCHNEIDER, of Hudson, has realized $50,000 in the recent rise of wheat. T H E RE are ten farmers in Utica, Win- nebago county, who have each sown over 100 acres of grain. F I V E million young whiteflsh were de- posited in Sturgeon Bay last week by the fish commissioners. WAGES on the St. Croix drive a...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

(MWWPWNriM-iiiiri- II i .!• • THE EXPOSITOR, • PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY CHiBLK I. MABTIS, / J T U R Q E O N fin, ^WISCONSIN. Directory of Door County. COUNTT OFFICERS. O. A. IIASSE, Connty Treasurer, - A. D. THOBP, County Clerk. D. HOULB. BHoriff. R. M. WRIOBT, Ckjnnty Judge. D. A. RE*D, District Attorney. CHRIS DAHIBU, Clerk of the Conrt. JAB KKOQH JB., Register of Deed*. CHKIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. T . H. WARMS , County Surveyor. If. a. SFBnra, Chairman of the Board of Sup're. TOITK OFFICIBS OF STVBGIOK BiT : JOHN NOTES, Chairman. „• ' • JACOB D * H O S • {*-ti--i«„- . AMBBOSB KMTJDBON. {onpwtMors. fitt 1. THOMPSON. Treaaarer. R. M. WBIOHT, Clerk. VILLAGE OmCEBSOF STUBSEON BAT: JOHN LIATQKX, President. '• A. W. LAWBENOB, 1 Coots LtfONHABDTv | ,. ABNOLD WAQBNEB, 1 Vr,,ataa. UiRERlErr, , ,f Trustees. 8.N.BACON, \" ' •' T. H. SMITH, J , . J. T. WBIOHT, Supervisor. * ' » L, M. WASHBURN, Treasurer. P. J. HAMILTON, Clerk. J. O. PiNNir, Justice. *' • W*. WAOBNBB, Marshal. T...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. PHA.RLK5 J,/iARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Every Friday, AT : : 1TISC0SSIN. VTUEGE05 BAT, \"Sturgeon Bay—Our Home.\" As we announce in our motto, Sturgeon Bay is our home, there is no other place, upon the face of the green earth that commands our affection as does Sturgeon,. Bay. We have seen a few scattering buildings gone up in a beautiful thriving village instead of a steam- boat two or three times a month, and fre quently tor months together none at all,. we are now greeted with these welcome visits al- most daily instead of one small shop stocked with a few hundred dollars worth of goods, we now have these large mercantile establish- ments, each distributing among the people of Sturgeon Bay andjlvicinity from $30,000 to $50,000 worth of goods annually. True we find \"Our Home\" teeming with business life and activity true we have wandered a little and seen a little of the world, but never for a moment have our affections and ambitions ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR NEWS ES T BRIEF. THE BAST. STURGEON BAY, WIS, VARIOUS TOPICS. T HE permanent exhibition, ^t Philadel- phia was opened on the lOtr^ fast., by Presi- dent Hayes., .The exhibits, displayed includ- ed many of those which» commanded, such universal admiration a*, the late centennial exhibition, including the old Idg cabin, New England kitchen, the mammoth Kansas , . .. . • , . , . A i *i_ C liberty bell, etc. A novel feature of the ex- IT is estjmatecKhat not leas than 5,000 hibition is a large, aquarium covering 15,000 amateur papers Have been started in the square feet. A department of public corn- United States and Canada within a few fort has been established ia the building for years. Some of them have attained toil the convenience of visitors. Officers of the the second number, and some have con- exhibition state-thai the' attendance on the tinned an existence for two year*. opening day reached over 100,000 persons. • mi' .' .ii•• THR grand jury made a presentment on...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

WOUNDED. , irY FLORA MABCIAN. A dying bird beside her nest Closed her poor wingsaboTe her breast. (Her votingflocklatelyhad outgrown Their nest, and learned toflyalone). And life it seemed had nigh forsook ' \\ Her half-closed eyes, so sad their look. A flock of comradesflyingby, Buoyant along a southern sty, Halted to rest,' and so did sing Some storigs of eternal spring. The dying bird, with answering song, Replied inaccentastfeet and strong. And as the singer so replied She quivered like a lyre and died. Poor, dying singer, how thy note Thedny with sudden sorrow smote. And yet some jubilate rang .\"Triumphant in the song you sang, -Aslhough the young, immortal spring JDid tin thee with her balmy wing. PABM AND GARDEN. Drills vs. Hills for Corn. The Gtrmantowri Telegraph says: \" Sowing corn in drills and planting in hills is again discussed as to which is the most profitable. It is claimed that the drill method will produce the heaviest crop, and it probably does, but not such an...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVER Y FRIDAY PARISIAN DETECTIVE A DESPERATE DEED B Y ERSKINE BOYD. AUTHOR p* \"THE STOLEN CniLD,\"JuDBi VIK FROM HOME,\" 4C, &C. Continued from last week. ' \"SappoBeTBave Mm and, for Clare's sake, leave him at least life and honor? But how—how can it be managed? In order to succeed, I should have to sup- press the discoveries 0 f Old Corkscrew, and impose upon him the complicity of silence and, after that follow up a false track at the heels of that donkey GrevroL who is how pursuing a phantom murderer. No it can't be done—it can't be done!\" And again the magistrate bent his head upon his hands. The clock on his chira- ney-piece striking three, aroused him from his reverie. \"I've forgotten Daddv Tabaret, poor old fellow ne most be sleeping like a top by this time. I'll .go and rouse him up. By feeling his pulse, I may find ft way of getting clear of all my scru- ples.\" M. Daburon was mistaken. His visitor was not asleop, but jumped up, on his en- tr...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 May 1877

'HE. EXPOSITOR. . CHARLES ]. /MARTIN, j E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . j* Published Every Friday, tJKfiEO.V BAT, WISCOXSIN. iSTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ••jear- (ia advance)..---.-- ...$ i 50 Month s \" \" • 75 k«p \" \" \" '. 4 0 tMifr PAID ONTtL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: fVeatr. ,.'.|» 00 aaoaths....... , 1 00 I N D E P EJRDENT , T h e W o r l d O u r F i e l d S t u r g e o n B a y O u r H o m e T h e I n t e r e s t t o f t h e P e o p l e o f D o o r C o u n t y O u r A i m . Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Doo r County, Wisconsin, Ma y 25, 1877. N o 32the THE EXPOSITOR J O B PRINTING O F F I C E Has been refitted with New Borders of various I kinds. Also », large assortment of type of the | most modern styles. With the additional supply i of material we feel confident that we can give I satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and so :cit a* much of your patronage as you feel desirous of giving us. All orders sent by mail will receive prompt I attention, and tha work forwarded...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 May 1877

i THE LONE ONE. Whftt time I.am afraid, I will trust'In Thee.— . ' ' •'•.-•. PsTALM lTl. 3. •• • ' « ' . » • • • . Hu.ih! Hark! 'tis. twelve, th' e midnigh• t hour, And yet no sleep hath clotted iniuo eyes. What is it thrills mc with its power? To shake it off I will arise. I'll gaze out at the midnight sky Perchance the stara will glad mine eye. No star I see to comfort me— The night Is.dark as dark can lie. List! list! I secrii to hear a cry: Was that a scream went rushing past? Hot so! the wind was wailing by— - No scream! it was the midnight blast! I'll strike a light to banish care, •And to my children three repair No ehild t see but comforts me— They sleep as sweet as sweet can be. Dear babes! they frolicked all the day, And now th.oir pillows gladly press And yet, amid their wildest play, They missed their father's fond caress. \" When will papa return?\" they cry, And I repeat It with'a sigh. I long for, thee t comfort me, For I m as sad as sad can lie. -Now.dark again! to...

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