ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,195 items from Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,195 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 March 1885

.Entered as.)^^idf-cW*\\Mi»trtat'ibft'I*psf'pffie* STU3Qi6jf BAT&££ MABCH 27,1885 LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Ri Ji.Ersbine was among our callers Tuesday.\" ^Grafld ball at the sfcatiag rink Easter Monday. See advertisement. ••iSTA. W. Lawrence & Co.'sstock of Overcoats to be closed out at cost. |^*The^famousTi?er seeder for sale by E. B. Graham. Dou't fail to see it. Miss Erama Chapman has been a suf- ferer, for some vveeks past, with rheuiu- atisin. • Read the new advertisement of Ander- son & Thorp, liverymen, in another column. - :.'•,..,•'••'/,'.': Dr4 and Mrs. Parsons, of Ahnapee, spent yesterday in this city, the guests of relatives. Honry Hagermeister of Green Bay is ''doing up\" the Northern part Of the county this week. Mr.^seph Lafoud is entirely recov- ered from his late moderate attack of Vthe typhoid fever. i^TThe best drink in town A. W. Lawrence & Co's Old Government Java Coffee. See amendments to city charter, pub- lished in this issue. See also election no...

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 March 1885

BTUS&EQNBAT ^ - . ^ MARCH 27 1885 ^ itfisar Mia Ras^Mghterxrf ^verno $Bu^k/5tfi^ ^ were taken J i ^ i r o q a a yesterday on a special trajp.^A^ -..:..• i•:. • rVi .}':-r-:-.- Tbree/iof the four first-class foreign appointments were made Monday by President Cleveland. They areEdward Phelps, of Buriington, Vermont, to Britain Robert M. McLahe, of Maryland ^ France, and Geo. H. Pen- dleton, of Ohio, to Germany. The other, the Russian mission, was notfilled,but doubtless will he soon. Hon. E. D. Clark, the newly appointed first assistant'secretary of the interior department under Secretary Lamar, died Tcry suddenly in Washington on Sunday night. He contracted a severe cold at Washington at t ^ inauguration, which brought ov/ pneumonia, and though he had bean improving for sev- eral days, he grew suddenly worse on Sunday evening and died about mid- • '-Bight. .'•'••- : - '•• \"--,. ' - Prom our regular correspondent. If actions speak louder than words, Mr. Cleveland is telling-the o...

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 March 1885

lllSfiSs W~3& Mmm : A party otWehl^dtir C^ese awived in IfewiYprk onvthe 14th, bound for British Columbia, but were not allowed to land. The Governor Objects. :':•''[ Gov. iPierce, :oX tfofcota, on the 13th vetoed the woman suffrage bill passed by the Legislature. • ' TJie Central American Quarrel. The city of Panama was attacked on the 3 6th by a party\" of revolutionists, under command of Gen. Aizpura, numbering 250 men. •-..• Paralyzed: by Skating. Albert Gregory, employed at a roller rink in New York, was helplessly paralysed on the 18th, as the result of over-exertion on the wheels. : _______ : ' Over th e Road . '.-'.:'•• Joseph C. Mackin and William J . Galla gher, convicted of iponspiracy in the Chi- cago election frauds, were on the 12th sen- tenced to two years in Joliet prison. A fine of $5,000 each was also imposed. Irish Riots. Portadown, Ireland, was the scene of a secioua riot on the 17th. A body of Na- tionalist rioters wrecked the houses of cer- tain obnoxious p...

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 April 1885

nmmmm He's js a great, bXftwi'/? atdklii' : jreUex.~hiimped, and BorSb' tsulldn— Like rather stlU^PPSW-Tn' FifteentiMPowe&up together! *Forahdlf1e*38a ?B°, a»a better, RuJP V r i o w e * a letter, 1JgBwcto&a the littletool Tiy primmer-class at school! the teacher wusn't lookin* ra be th'owia' wads, er crookin* Ins, er sprinklin' pepper, more'n jikely, on the stove, er borin* • S I Gimblet-holes np thue his desk— |pp. Nothin'that boy wooldn'resk! But somehow, as I wasgoin' On to say, he seemed so knowin', Other ways, and cute and cnnnin', AUns wus a notion rnnnin' Thue my giddy fool-head he Jes' bed ben cut outfer me! Don't go much on prophesyln', But lost fright while I was fryin' Supper, with.th.at man a-pitchin' tittle Henry 'round the kitchen, Think says I, them baby's eyes Is my Henry's je«' p'cise 1 The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests ofthe People of Door County Our Aim. TWELFTHYEAK. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 3,1885. NUMBER27. THE OUT...

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 April 1885

S8R^§| tips?WISPS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^wS^PiHWli Entered asSec6nj--cias MartPirar the Post Office StP3€ffi0^BM.. ^v.-^rtll^3 f 18S5 taCAL HAPPMI^GS. :_«^ iujj da? will be Easter Sunday. Mn and Mrs. W. L. Davis returned home to-day, from West Garland, Me, i^ihefemouaTiger seeder for sale by E. B. Graham. Don*t fait to see it. Theca8eof the city of Sturgeon Bay ' • vs. Henry Hahni has been compromised. S^*flaveyott seen those nobby, fonr- button, cutaway suits, at A. W. Law- rence&Co/s? John S.Bgan has been secured by Haney BroSj^as salesman at their imple- ment store in this city. = C^°FOB BENT.—Rooms Suitable for a small family. Apply to M. E. Lawrence at Sturgeon Bay Meat Market. J. Wallace Cadwell and John Blade, of Marinette, were in the city Sunday and Monday. They crossed on the ice. ESTFarmers intending to purchase a seeder should call on E- B. Graham, agent- for the famous broadcast Tiger .seeder. •-.r- : Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Cutter and Henry Lednhardt started for Marinette yes...

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 — 3 April 1885

PUBLISHED EVEKTTBlDil BT 8TORGEXWBAY... # , '\" ,\"\"• = ..APKtt3 !885 - ^ ^i^fem^i^i ^i 3Sf4W J^PS^C ^ i jby President Cte^lan Tm^jM, *o tfce disgust of taany^Deinperatsjp: satisfafetiott of the Repiibli5an8,^^ 8 l ^ i g a g e p a b l i c a n and h a s * m m the New Tfork postoffice * o r o 1 8 0 ^ ^ ^ working Ms way to the t 0 P f r o 5lr* minor clerkship. Ha in's lack or his skill mast haye irted him. His defeat in Australia St year was explained at that time as dtie to a misunderstanding about a foul, rather than to Beach's superiority. Pos- sibly some such explanation can be made of the result at Sidney last week, .when Beach again reached the winning post first but the explanation will hare to be plausible indeed to induce the sporting public to retain its faith in Hanlan. President Cleveland a fews days since caused an inquiry to be made of, ex- president Arthur if he contemplated a European trip and under these circum- stanceswou Id accept a diplomatic mis- sion to several E...

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 — 3 April 1885

^^^^w^^^Ww^$i$^X$&™wM ^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^ NEWS IN BRIEF f^ii0ia^&iMa^^^i^B^i^^iii^ Ha*heeBi ^e&rSuaJBra^ofe irn which neither gained a n y ^ecided^idvan- s'tftge i iThe British los t four me n tfllecl flnd itWrt^-seyen''wounded, 'f- ^'C^Sv^V:'^--^'- ^ •Considerable excitement w prevalent i n 3 t e n i t o b a ove r th e Itiel rebellion A re- p o r t w a s received, o n \"the 24th , t o t h e e t feet t h a t a n engagement h a d taken place -: between insurgents an d mounted police, i n iwhieh {fifteen of th e latter were killed a n d m a n y of th e others wounded. V Obrdbn W - Biirnham,:a Ne w York mill- ionaire, w a s t o h a v e been married o n th e 2 1 s t t o SliB« K a t e Sanborn. A few d a y s previous t o th e dat e fixed he wa s fatally stricken r with pneumoni a an d his funeral t o o k place o h th e d a y appointed for his wedding. j -?:::-•-•••'.-'•''•• ••'. \"•'•:.'•'••'• Bottoliead. On th e afternoon of th e 25tb , tw o farm- ers n a m e d Fleis...

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 — 10 April 1885

Now tell me, ye tongues ot wisdom, Interpret this love o| mine— O, was she a wave of nature, Or was she wave-divine? I know that she came and vanished ForeverXrom mortal sight, Into air, like a silent spirit, Or dew, like a lovely sprite. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County Our Aim. T\\^LFTHYEAR STURGEON BAY^ WI^ NUMBER 28. A VEKfr WARROrESCAPE CJoL Augustus Chopleigh,. late of her majesty's Indian army, lived in state- ly retirement upon his snug little es- tate in one of the pleasantest of the home counties. From an outsider's point of view the. colonel seemed to possess most things which are gener- ally considered to constitute mundane happiness. His liver had survived pawness, currie and a tropical sun in- tact his income) was ample he be- longed to two or three good clubs he had an excellent cellar of wine he was respected by his neighbors and wor- ' shiped by his tenants, and he {rode to cover on the best of cattle yet with all ...

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 — 10 April 1885

P^^^^^^^^BMilSI® _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ W n i l _ _ _ 1 l l _ l M W i l _ _ f f M _ M n m _ W I M _ H T n i M W _ _ f f l l ^ ' l i ' ' 'I'HT' i wii ' n i1\"1 I'I ' I'I '\" n H ' I1 \" I'I1 I1 ' i 'I 'i' i1 n i i '' I i MWMWBHBBM[|ff|f||H S^^^^^^^Rffll^^^^^^^^^^^^^R^^^^^^^f^1^ • * ' • . ' • - * . b ^iirefiE^*^^S^B^io,-:t885: iaCAlt HAPPJEPNGS. Mrs. The infeirt-child of Mr and ? George Arnibrust diedISundasv lo»e a very yalijable cow a few daya ago. Once more the robins arewith us and ' '7be.0peo,.:.-::L y:^-' -\\ ' •.\"'. . ' JMr/EUiesner has a force of worfcmen : engaged Repairing and flni8,,iD? th® «eiwii stoi^ of his dwelling house on : :r-Cedjir,street•: .^i^V v,. •-,.• .•• . t3??F(m SAKBT—Fifty tons pressed liayj and ^ili ? btiy yonng cattle and . cows. ^qhir^bfC. t . Fellows, at Fos- coro Door AxetAndersbni of Ft. Howard, slipped • m the^oor of his barn, last Friday •prntAngi mA fell/xeceiving injuries, sj^HB trhich h^ die^ in?a few minutes. : MT^R tt Thorpe, |iyeryinan, left...

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 — 10 April 1885

PUBLISHED ETCRT VUIDAT DT SttmjSEON fiAfi ^ g APKffil0.t885 PrcJactloB of ClieintcaUyl^rete»B of Tartar S :~Total Kllaluatioa « f all Lime Impari- ties—^etrytscoverifs la Refining- •••-':jwrJ I^BrStrideforward'^s::^ \"WfiUst moatfi ag^itiist a decrease of ^975^in JFeJirttaryv making the ire- wtioa since June 30^884,^^.eiO^. ThedebVless $484,474*174 cash in theties, treasory w aow $1,405,43^602. ^he gold and silver certificates outstanding amount to $298,669371.1 The interest bearing debt is: Bohds at 4% per cent* $250,000,000 4'sV$737,710,900 3's, $19*.- 190,500 refunding certificate?, $248,200 navy pension fund, $14,000,000. Outraged respectabiUty in Philadel- pliia at present is ahead of Sullivan and McCaffrey^ the sluggers. On the affi-- davit of a highly respected resident of the city, the men were arrested* charged with conspiracy to break the peace, and held in $5,000 for trial,and in a like sum to keep the peace for thirty days. The authorities had pretty good ground to sta...

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 — 10 April 1885

if mm Wmm iftilll ports a number of suiall engagemeiita, in which the French appear to have come but K- James E. Chandler, president, and John B. CleniingB, cashier, of the Fret National vBanfcj, of iBoshnel/DL, were arrested on the 1st iriat., charged with theembezzfemenl of ^rx:Newa.:wa«:ii^ved '- on the4?9i h of an ex- plosion • Jni a: mine near McAlister, Indian ^Perritory, by which twelve.miners were in- stantly killed. The cause of the explosion ia rjunbnpffh-^\" v ::::::•'..•!- ':' ^•.- :^ ^^.•^ ^ . • | ^ : - : ^ The: general -term of the New York eu- preme court has ordered the discharge of • ,?'BeckyV Jott-V the refractory witness in the Hammersly will case, who has been confined in Lndlow Street jail nearly a year. A dispatch:of tbe 26th, reports a finan- cial panic in Moscowii Five ileavy sugar firms have failed within a few wee^s, with aggregate liabilities amounting to over $10,000.000. y ^ f - Hnrrlcane o n t h e ACrlcan Coast. Advices from Tamative state that a dis- ...

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 — 17 April 1885

I shall not feel, hi that deep laid rest, The slanting light fall over my breast, Nor even note in these hidden hours The wind-blown breath of the tossing flowers. Sooner or later ti e stainless snows Shall add their hush to my mute repose Booner or later shall slant and shift, And heap my bed with the dazzling drift. Chill though that frozen pall shall seem, Its touch no colder can make the dream That recks hot the sweet and sacred dread Shrouding the city of the dead. Sooner or later the bees shall come And All the noon with its golden hum Sooner or later, on half-poised wing, The bluebird's warble about me ring- Ring and chirrup and whistle with glee, Nothing his music means to me None of these beautiful things shall know How soundly,their love sleeps below. Sooner or later, far out in the night, . The stars shall over me wing their flight Sooner or later the darkling dews Catch their white sparks in their silent noose. Never a ray shall part the gloom. That wraps me round in the...

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 — 17 April 1885

i ^ p ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ i r&ayff Entered as !»coni-el».sMauera the Post Office- MIJ3GE0X BAY, iX.^^ APBiLl7, 1835 'Ifi^ii^'^feEN^w* -Ghapi-, I^Martio lias been in Chicago Sirs 1L C. Hutto 1ms boeo on the sick Hst about two weeks. _ ^Marine siguals are now displayed froni the court house tower A valuable horse belonging to Jacob Noll of this place, died yesterday. EsT\" A fine line of Boy's Condrniatioii Suits just received at A. W. Lawrence & Jacob Lednliardt now occupier the sa- loon formerly run by Messrs. Rottraann • & Wagener. A pleasant time was hart at the Ma- sonic sociable and dance, at Lawrence's ,• Hall, lasinlght. ' ' '•':K••:•\\ -.\" Mrs. Hugh McMullin returned Wed- ensday.from Eeshtigo, at which place she has been spending the winter. j£p°Clover and Timothy Seed, at Wholesale or retail by A. W. Lawrence & C0. ''.-' Miss Bessie Pinney, who has charge ef the Rowley's Bay school, came home the first of last week to enjoy ashort vacation. Alive mile race for...

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 — 17 April 1885

PUBLISHED EVERT Vnil\\ BY wmmm^Bx^i $ V^IAPEIB 17. im Tb» vrivfes of AsseinWipiatt Bubbawl and Semitbre Kasorir andI Wileydied 4w ing the aeaaion of the legialatare of 188& ^ •''•••'•':• ': •-'.'.• -^V \"1 '.••••• '•' !•'\" r^V-^-'''\"^.datibjotaii-i^ Comanche ^ti)^,-Kansas , how has eight n e w ^ ^ e r e ^ Five weefojargo it was art •ttuorganized territo^/and less than a year ago it . ' wasajSessert. -,'.:' •''•.- C-: he missionaries, it is saitl, have hot een very snccessf al iumaking converts 'in the Fiji Islands, but many of them have succeeded in getting rich. The Rev. Mr. Langham a Wesleyah mission- ary, owns nearly all of the City of lieonka. . The Chicago Herald, says the advan- tage of having an active western man in charge of one of the departments at Washington are fully shown in the case of Postmaster General Vilas. On Satur- day he made a thorough examination of the Postoffice Building, going into every coal hole in the cellar and visiting all the rooms aud closets...

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 — 17 April 1885

ws&s&Em '^%'AibM§':!&^ :-Hai^dtf:F£8-S^ A London dispatch b t ^ o 4th says the steamer Marinopol foundered in the Sea of Azovv, Thirty persons lost their lives. . •Â£• Senate i^btupned . • & D t u ^ S t a t o 8 S e n a t e , after winding up the businesB lor which the special ses- sion was called, adjourned on the 2d iiist. Rve.pei»on the 3d inst.,charged with heading a con- spiracy against Alfonso. \" ' Additional Troops. V Additional troops left New York tor AB- pinwall on the 7th. A dispatch from that place reports nothing new in the situation of affairs^ f :- .''-.. . -Cholera In Spain. A dispatch of the 7th reports that there were forty cases of supposed cholera a t Jativa, the previous week, and twenty deaths. On the 6th Jnst.there were thirty new cases and seven deaths. Strikers A h e a d . Thastrike of the river coal miners in the Pittsburg district was ended on the Gth inst. by operators jfranting the advance ~ asked by the men. This action will give empl...

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 — 24 April 1885

\\ #orev«?bendi%o'ermyca8ei-:••••.- Mylife'snofrllled wttih E E p Forever istJcldiigto iriy p«c|:£ v • 3 & d d S h ^ s rli^feJthiaie toy nile. si % iJim^d myPP/ana^oO, ••c^\"- I've got jpy faults I will confess, s: r I loved a gftl named Emmaiine, My loTOfer her#asgreafe. And J&n/among a thousand Ems— NOT^iiouid bet emulate. lie proof ol my love she plain could read, litneedednotconfession, jut in due form I went *o press My suit wit& a good tepiiesaton. , And when she said she did return My love,with blushing grace, I printed on hex lips a loss And did my EmiXr*-. To ask her hand, t o the old man Me Quickly I did hie •-•'__ ^ ^ But Bcornfolly he said ''For cheek ' ^. A-p^ter^taJceS-ttiepie/V-. T&rtereoivpe phrase I did express Mygreat love for bis daughter, • , V \"He said'\" You've plenty oMnk,butWhere's •' Your Ink come to support her? i ' A : ••\"•-'• '•' ••*•• l i' Married life with a capital you must begin, H And, tho'it seems a paradox, '- * ffhe course of ...

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 — 24 April 1885

^M^$S^S^00^!00^§S^?^ff0^v: *\\ 'Wij^-fiM v|^lf^75c. :-|v3' ^b& 40c. Entered as Second-class Matttr at the Post Office ^ K 5 ? : •': : * at:$turgeon Bay. £:\\-/--'.y:. . mnuMm^M.. ..APRILM WS WGAh HAi^ENINGS. Proceedings of the City Council pub- Hshedin full in another column. ^ * A fine line of Boy's Connrmation Suits just received at A. W. Lawrence & '^.JthpinJftnt child of Mr. Ole Solway, r^Wing on the bay side road, was buried yesterday. F.X. Sailer has on exhibition a flue line of baby carriages of new and hand- some designs. Special attention is called to adver- tisements of A. W Lawrence & Co., and Samuel Newman. * '.. W \" A good boy wanted as an appren- tice. Apply at photograph gallery of T. A. Stoakes, this city. • Jacob Bavry and John Olson will car- - ry^oigthe fishing bosiues^ together at the canal this season. Mr. JR. Easmusson has moved to the canal from Fish Creek, and will engaee inthe fish business with Ben Johnson. iS'-Clover and Timothy Seed, at i W...

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 — 24 April 1885

'ISilliliiiPNiii AV ACT to amend chapter ftm^laws of l«83, re- ilwjwrteof thestirteofWlsconsta p s itfselaWaiiialssaemt)^^ *%a»cttoor«te*bp«aa or labor statistics\" la SS hfflwby wmaadod by striking out all after the en- a c t s clause axidiObsUtaUng for the part Btrnck S\"tt«lBiBf tollowing:w^Hiere • is-hereby created a .. l»ure«oof labor census and indnstrial BtetlsUes, : wltti headquarters to theCapitol bnUdlngi^tor h Which stationery, posUge/exprcssage, printing % auidfacilities lor transacting Dualnesa shall be fhrnished the same as for other executive depart- ^^lBSJ|tJt^:' : ,v^yVv:^'!^\"i.:si, - -'. A Section'2K The governor,wltltlibe advice and S«on«atWttieiwatci8liairappoin^ -iV\"»»^'tliiB' ||»t^Moiiday''.M'»DiiiaTjrv a competent penoii to necommlelonerof the aald^nrean. ^Seetton&me^s^ power to appoint a deputy at* salary not toex- ceed W2S permonth, who, when acting foror In- siateMofialdcominlaBloner.B^^ may •xerctoe equal power and authority. He may •tab...

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 May 1885

The minstrel of the classic lay- CM love and wine who sings, Still found the fiiigere runastray That touched the rebel strings. Of ^^mri he wbnld fain have sung, . Of Atreu* and hisllne But all the jocund echoes rang Of songs of loveand wine. Ah^Srotbers I I wonld fain Jhave caught J Some fresher fancy's gleam ^My truant accents find, unsought, The old familiar theme. Xiove, Love! but hot the sportive child With shaft and twanging bow, Whose random arrows drove us wild , Some threescore years ago NotEros, with his joyous laugh, The urchin blind and bare: But Love, with spectacles and staff, And scanty, silvered hair. Our heads with frosted locks are white, , Our roofs are thatched with snow But red, in chilling winter's spite, Our hearts and hearthstones glow. Our old acquaintance. Time, drops in, And, while the running sands Their golden thread unheeded spin, He warms his frozen hands. Stay, winged hours, too swift, too sweet, And waft this message o'er To all'we miss, from all we ...

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