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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 5 June 1885

^^^^^^p mm &» Enured » 8e£0»il-ctas« Matter al the Pott Office i^ii|ii!j^||PiSMi^|j|?| locAi af^^Npf^i •^Jaat Wednesday noon, on the' Welewnei U A second iboy arrived at the house of ilr. antf|^^^ this city, \"^Wednesd^JBiint'iiwt^ A baae ball nine has been organized intfiiscl^anitjirtllt jje known i s the StorgeonB^ Mirai C Leohhardt aridvdaogbter ileft thisiieo^ • aettev\"K( J \".- v :£ : • | ^ ••• -::{1^\\ \"l. -•.' • -that &|UrIam^ ^ last evening, to the surprise and^leas- . sdreM^is^ny-frieids, ^ ^s H ':/- y, i&ri Bums, rf^tiitoit^ lather of jlrs. A. P. Smith of the Exchange, spent Thursday and Fridayin the city. The LadiesAid Society of Hope Con- gregatipn will ^me*!^ as «sbal, next Thursday kfterooon, In jrJwrence^ Hall. tSrWeoffet our entire stock otladles' summer garments, such as Jackets, Dol- mans, etc., at cost. A. W. LAWRENCE & Co. The postoffice and Fred Wright's res* taurant are each receiving a new coat of paint also, the front of John Hasse's ...

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 June 1885

PCBL1SHKD E?|JBT FBIDAf BT 8TURGE0N BAT. y r v : --••-•'••••*• .JUNE 5.1885 compressed air i s being tried I D Nowland m^W^^^W&i four cases of small- pox and five of varioloid at Shenaudoah, . House, ioterrapted by the death of Gen. Garfield, bid fair to be continoed by Miss whfr^aadbliged to face the d i s t i l gutebed assembly, preserved her compo- s a r e b y a a a i d u o a s l y ^ ^ .,,..,,,,, t ,.^-_ r ^-^- r __^___-.....,., Jish a volume - ^ e « i ^ ^ j ^ ? ^ i 8 t e d \" : Orao'SCHNBTOEB o f O a h k ^ ?i0i rqstynaH.lockjawset iu.and he died Saturday in great a1gb^ : K t sr ses. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corps, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures give f^rfect satisfaction, or money refuiuled. Price* 25 cents per box,' For sale'by UamiU :t6n?&C6*:t*?lM^ SOME chicken thieves i n Waynesboro, Pa., shot and killed John Hollinger, who went out to investigate a disturbance among hiai chipkeus^atrt^^plock, last iJJonda...

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 June 1885

B^^ii i A dispatch from Rome, of the 22d, sayw the number of deaths from typhus is ia- : creasing among the Italian troops now sta- tioned at Maseowah, on the Bed Sea. The Italianpressui^etherecanoftheexpedition. \"^'v-VludiiarJt,^^ -!.cAA' dispatch-'of the 2ist?fromiGaaymas, Mex., says Gen. Carbo had abloodyengage- ::': teeht.^t&Tthe'Y^a^:6h'the^reTJbii»'d8^:' Fifty-seven Mexicans were killed and many wounded. The Yoqais' stronghold was f*ciptored.- : V.f^C- '-:V: -.-' : ^^^ V l •'*v' -'J'/-.'\".' 'Cki-OperatiiriB Pal lore. \" :'• cThe Canada Co-operative Society, which • ' was organized at Montreal some .four years ago, and modeled alter the Civil Service As- sociation of London, made an assignment on the 27th. The liabilities of the institu- tion ale placed at $500,000. It is claimed that the society did business to the amount jr*20^Q0^0 Q a year Ponndftiaker Sorrenders Again. A dispatch from \"BattlefordV under date of the 27th, says that Chief Poundmaker has Burreridered U...

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 June 1885

SfipIfSP W&M0mmm Historical Rooms y ^^:h? 'iAl^rior tli»da&^ * Beneath their kindred clay WHO spent with toil and hunger, ••-•„•-. a -^Lay calmly down to die:*'^v With none but God above them T o ^ t ^ ^ e t e latest a^i. Forth went those desert wand'rere •As steadfast, true and bold ABever bearded pilgrim ^Wbosought theshrine8 of old Forth went they in their manhood •:-':.,'\" To date the trackless wild, •••/?••.• Bnt on their gate returning /.. No friends looked forth and smiled. Their gaze was on the future, When'neath the Western skies And'mid these tangled marshes Fair cities soon should rise When farms and peaceful homesteads Should Bhlne and nestle there, And lowing herds and reapers Make music in the air. Across the fertile regions, Wit* ruddy corn now spread. These straggling men first wander'd With slow and weary tread And many of these pilgrims Fell, silent, one by one- Till many weary bodies Lay festering In the sun. Oft as the hosts of commerce O'er earth go ma...

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 June 1885

Entered'as &to^-da^:Ms>tti*a the Post Office mtmMmw^ mwMi&& Joseph Deffoe's new Itoat will be ready for fall business. VlSTA new line of lawns have just ar- rived at A.W. Lawrence & Co^^^ The mosquito fleet in this bay never looked handsomer than at the present '• 'time. '.-. Mrs Ed. Downey of Marinette, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bliesner* t^'The famous Birdsell spring wagon fcr m exhibition and for sale at Haneyare BroSr Call and see them. . T. HYMcCollagh, wife and son of Bai- ley's Harbor, visited in this city Monday, returning home the same day. tSFA large consignment of land plas- ter will be received at the store of A. W. Lawrence & Co., the first of next week. iTred. Wright's ice cream parlor is one door south of the postoflfice temperance drinks also Boys, take your girls there. M. F.Laplant's barber shop has blos- somed out withnew fixtures and a new artist, and now asks for a share of the public patronage. The roof of Leathern ...

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 June 1885

una Pl'BLISBED BTBKT PBITMY BT STURC^ON • 'BAtiyo^ ^l^B -:I2*J885 ^ ' \" W v niitH an explicit order is received for ite discon- tinuance, and all payments for arrearages are made as reqqfred bylaw. : The courts have decided that a1L sonecrlbera to newspapers are held responsible nntil arrearages ore paid,and their papers ordered to he discon- ' •• tinued. .*'-'-. The date fm the address label on each snhscrib ii^ r * P*P9*'abowa the time to which the subscrip- ^ t l o n t a ^ f l ^ v . ' - '-'-v--/- -.•-'• .^' •\"• Ir^all communications relating to sobscrfptions, oj&r correspondents are reqiiejtted t state the •- .,p«st«ntce to which the paper- is, or le to be sent, /earefnl to write all proper names plainly. ' In directing the change of address, always alve the present address as well as the one to which ., you wl*b the paper afterwards sent. SMALLPOX has become epidemic in the city of Montreal. CHOLERA is increasiug in Spain, and people are correspondingly alarmed. THE wife...

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 June 1885

boat Dolphin, was made on the 28tb, and Jjnrb^e-Maeom^te^ The body of Vic^Hflgo was laid forest in thePantheon, at ^ns,:onthelst inst,, amid the most imposing iieremom^ «ix orations were delivered. There was no dis- turbance of any kind. : The great strike'of theYprkehire (Eng.) -miners has ended, the miners finally accept- ing the redaction in their wages, which had been proposed in the first place at a confer- ence of the men and masters. . ' A Village in Northern Hungary contain- ing 400 houses was destroyed by an incen- diary Are on the 2d, and 1,000 persons were rendered destitute. The enraged people discovered the culprit and roasted him to death orer a bonfire. sThlS : A B i g Monopoly. Five of the great daily Journals of Lon- don, indignant over an advance in rates by the ReuterTelegraph Company, have re- solved to form an association for the col- lection of continental news, and t o discon- tinue the dispatches furnished by the old monopoly. __i_i___i. Dow n i n a Coal Min...

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 June 1885

^smmrnsmmm^x^mm^^sm And ttoeidondBdrift low, a f a d b ^ o & ^ s^spttateiiiii*?*^^ ... . That I envy tbe swallow, and iota would follow As he darts to and freTnow through trees below •W ? ?sa*w«lagaiM^cfta^1wiieatift Xb«y waft up to me a .fafcltiaelodjvj^sy .: aJ!a3hio*a *mld the cones I hear the sweet tones :gAlMJp«naSar^:lMCW Ki'?A*i£ppy^^ Afar through the trees, tossed about in tbe Whew waters are dancing, flitting, and glancing, vA^w^btaewhitesbeeo^^^^:/ v = * r • AndI^o f er the lake, where the eolora partake A sailboat Is flying, theseagulls outvying /Btoange, as I wait, In my eyrie so late, And the day Is almost gone, With the sim's golden crest sinking low to the _ThatI'8h6nldfcel so atone ' ': 'o.: With friends all around who with love snrrotind _ Mylife every hour andday, Yet 1 know that before lies a fast-nearing shore, And I am drifting away. Jjlkethe clouds that float by in the azure sky, I am drifting'along BO fast. Like the sailboat away I am speeding to-day, ...

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 June 1885

l ^ l i l G i i f : i f t C § ^ JCNE: & J«5 tfi©cwaer «*!httrc! wJd Cottagiei streets is on exhibition and forsale at Biney ^ iinww Call and | ee ihein. .-^. - -^ have opened an insurance office in JPeseabn^ block, op stairs. * \\McbaeI IXragherty is having his blacksmith shopon St John's street, conveited into adwelling. Louis Staler of the Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, left yesterday for Mil- waukee, to pnrchasefonr or five car-loads of fat cattle.••% Mrs. Dr. MacKacheniifi( expected home I to-day from her fiaifc witfe friends in the southern part of the State. She has hee^ absent sev^rai TOonth8,r Hafwood's minstrels played to fair business at the roller rink, Wednesday evening last. They left the same evening on the Welcome for Green Bay. B_f~Dr. Chandjer will visit Sister Bay, June ^ and remain a.few days. Any one wishingnew teethe or teeth filled or extracted, will? please call on him at that place, j . 'She Exchange hotel grounds look re- ^reshifig, especially since the c...

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 June 1885

in * , ^ l PCBLISHKft ITKRT FBIBAr BY l8t^R0E^I«A*#i f^^^B^9fW until an explicit orderJ» received for its dteeon- tinnauoe, and aU paynietru far arrearagea are •?.iMde:a*:iieqofrjrt:nylaw.'m^ S Theconrte tuve decided that aft sntMcHber* to S^tpa^ra are held responsible until arrearages are paid,and their papers ordered, to be discon- - The date on the addres* label on each Mibflerto- n'«•••' M^ «howl*thfetJm*to jwnlclt' theiralwcrip Jib all coinmnnlcatlons relating toanbacrlptlonSr , ir TsnfreSpoodenfji^w'-te^iiiwoatiif'-state the poatoffice to which the paper is, or is to be sent, careful to write all proper naraea plainly. In directing the change of address, always elre the present address as well as the 'one to which 700 wish thepaper afterwards,sent- SMALL-POX is epidemieat Shenandoah, Iowa, bot no qanrantlne regulations are enforced. V \"I'-^^-'^W^-A \" EARTHQUAKE shocksp contiriiie in the TaieolJCashinerei Indian j 2 ^ perBons fiare been killed. J \" THK Plymouth, Pa^ «pl...

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 June 1885

i|||l#S#IW!Bili!i!i!iP S ^ s * ^ : ^ -•: _ _:^v :^_i/:__^ :__^^ '^A.-.-.-^^, mm« mm GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES. I l ^ a w c w t c l e w e l n my beart. I long to know bow it's to be -J: v r^^WWMi*^^ - ^ - •'':JsIttoeoftrt? Or18It*omarry? • ^ Wffitoeteta myhearth v OrwiflbeforBakeandcome back nev*er?/ • :' X :/'^_Sea*UfM ' *v *batbtf«imtarne,oh/teUine80^ v v ^ Alas, alasf It cannot be . Whateveryou sayJknow heloyeame. Yoat artIs false, I'll ne'e* belfeve : That oneI loverebold so deceive /-i , IT1 toss yon away to tbe wind that blows, .• And ask again otadaiay who knows. ^ - •: • •r^Ji'F.'B.,.iaDemoiet^aMagaane. , ' . •:'\"'JBtt Wife's Belatfbns.:: - We wewi herethe night the M&yCent- ury cariie to town, and were some- what surprised to see the numbers of people who passed the hotel window where we were stationed who were turning theleaves of the dun-brown pamphlet, or reading hastily, as they walked slowly along. Presently I re- marked to a garrulous, white-haired old gentleman, wh...

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 June 1885

gppgi^^^^ sS^lPpSSPS ^^M^mf0MW^SMfsi0iA(^M^^^^^ S l t w ^ a aterry # ^ s t B ^ *?:#& For tb&MttteseeraMlnit ^ 6 r t t o M i a , : # y'^^fttev^^aMsa^ And therefore what had he to -teaif.^ S W::' -^ y The little lad was bravely clad- S : ?i ffsQhKB^^I^t^^dr^dvce Mis - £KWe«».bdwU* klbJigthegrCtUttdv - \" - IIeina^liM.«ijh^wftere8ix-t6otinto :.Y ^UeUtgvav&i at glory fofcha 'r H^matiai^^oiigwitbaBtalwatt throng v : ^ ^ ^ r a i m p r i ' s awful sound.: H * But when tfift^tttehad been iought, ~\"ifl on the field a t night fifteen handled Englishmen miserable plight v * .-'-: The little lad would take no rest, Though wearied with the fight. But, stepping oyer many a corpse, His comradessaw him go, - And risk his life by passing close To many a wounded foe. \"What meansthelad? He must be mad To court destruction so 1\" They watched Min. He was gathering wood. It wanned their hearts to see That fearless lad—of broken stocks A heavy load had he He made a fire upon the field, ...

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 June 1885

%ia*^'.i_£_itiwn^ BtOSGEONBAY^ i3DSEte885 ^ SpoflandVn^w 4th of July ady. Master Bert Kimbcr loft Wednesday Jast for an extended visit with friends in Nebraska. t_jy~The celebrated Lambert & Bishop four-minted, steel fence wire for sale by A. W. Lawrence & Co. [19juu2w i3mrge Wright and Miss Tillie Gelao were married by Justice Dehos last gun- day evening, June 21st. Married in the town of Washington, June 13,1885, by J S. Cornell, Esq., Mr. Christian Hanson and Miss Hebge Peter- son.-. ..'. ''\":•:':{''.• .••. Carl Manthey, miarble worker of Green Bay, is iu the city. Mr. Manthey's new advertisement will appear in our next issue. .':' \"• Bn Chandler left Monday last for Sis- ter Bay, where he will remain a few days, working in the interest of his profession. Rev. Father Valliant of Oconto, and Father Fox of Marinette, were the guests «f Fatljef Pellegrin, of this city, the first of the week. Louis Goldstein and wife drew a prizo life's lottery, at an early hour Monday la...

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 June 1885

PUBLI8HK0 ETKRI FBlBAr BT H^^BON 5BM^ii^iWfiW^l8^ until en explicit order ia received for ite diacon- tlnnauce, and all paymentsfor arrearage* are • made as required byJaw^ V : The courtu bave decided that all BnfcHcribere to newspapers are held responsible until arrearages are paid, and their papers ordered to be discori- ••Â«miedU'--yf-\":V^*-^.vSv: vi. .v-.r-'x •: . •,--., » ••,• •'.,, The date on the address label on each sab?crib- «rpape shows the time to which the enbscrip- .ja&nlS fMaf/-* ':.:• S\"*^:y-K* • , •• .-^.-,, '•. ..:/Loss, • : y In all communication* relating to eobscrlptfone, S our correspondents are requested to state the postofflce to which the paper ie or fa to be sent, careful to write all proper names plainly. In directing the changeof address, always give the present address as well as the one to which you wish the paper afterwards sent. PLTMOUTH-fever has againbroken oat In a violent form in Plymouth. THE explosion in the Pendlebnrg- col- liery^ near ...

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 June 1885

cassis ^^^PM^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^SSW^^^SSmM ^Boiw*«vei«$rdBl^^ Where thejee*insy^Btritejoifthe litatmaytoU? The latast chirp oftnafcyitOte bird\" jiu uwuieuvuy u KIUCO,VI WJUIOCJ svvi at088II.- Wbat fames bare been blasted and broken, What pestilence sinks been starred, By a WOrd lli If^fae^sppKen Jy onlyanldieword. from an ambushed Asneer-aBhrng—awhfi They are poisoned sha Shot by the coward, the f ool, the^ JOMTO, ^ They pierce the mail of the great and brave, Vain fe*he buckler ot wisdom or pride To ttirn ttw.pitfleaspoint aside . . v The lip may curl with a careless smile,. . h . Bnt the heart drips Wobd--drips blood the while. Ah mer what hearts have been broken, } \"What rivers of blood been Btirred, . By a word in malice spoken, By only a bitter word. : • A kindly word and a tender tone- To only God is their virtue known! They can Hftfrom the dust the abject head, They can turn a foe to a friend instead . _^ The heart dose barred with passion and priae Will fling at their knock 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 — 3 July 1885

wmsm wm§ Wm$, •im$mmm &B&BBgBB&BSBi?mg8&Baxstsaag^^ I N F I B M I T Y . Wmmmflpwlif §^?0m^m0m- \"H^i§?$K4£8iP®xsroy^ The bright wind flows) : Calm natoze's stiBa&__ Anditestxokeiseoft and „ Arettjetaree,and t& bee, and the wind, SMaa was ' ^ j i ^ ^ a j i p e i ^ ^ i v i f c ^ Slow clambering now in fear M tfSKfr All ^irii^to^figonev v- '^HS^--- \" Force that came from of oM, ^ vv? Up through the fish, and the swaa^ Andtheseaking's mightymonld. • The'ybothottheworld is fled,£vS ^y-'v- .::••• Theteareomens In the sky, Spheres that are chUIed and dead. And tfcecloseotan ageianlgb. - The time is too Short to grieve,-\".'#• Or to choose, tor theend is one And what is the troth to believe, And where is the right to be done t '!fi^'jW^pifl[Sj-sLCJ'-,l wis SH E MlTOL(rtJS^ BY QUIVER. The Bev. Mr. Shawcontrastedgreat- ly with his surroundings—his spotless cloth fitting so well his strong, manly figure his clear cut Grecian features, and dark wavy hair thrown ba...

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 July 1885

W^^^^^^^^^^mW^^^^^S^m^i^^^^^^^^M^wM m^mmmm W: Entered a* ^co^-cJassiMaitt-rat tfce PostOfiScc^ ^^ :^-\\v £^ :^'J t atSturgedrf ,Bay. vy mrmjMjM^ i^ ^^aiii* ^i88K S-gfyxo^ *rheEXPOSITOR irisaned a day-earlier y this week, y •::'• ? Dr. Ctoaiiw^wbo has been on a ten day8 trip north, returned last night. R. D. Conway and wife, of Kewaonee, spent Sunday last in this city. Joseph Gamble, wife and litHeriaqgh- ier, were gaests at the Exchange Sunday. J B^ prtb,TOfAhnapee, was in this city yesterday looking up Ills business intereste here v {S^Sections and repairs for all kinds of farni machinerF can be purchased at Haney Bros. this city. J. ^Hamilton ^ Allegan, Miclw i9 the guest of his brbtherB F. J. and C. S. Hamilton, of this city. Ed. Harris, a former typo of-theAdvo- rate office, tliis city, is spending a short vacation here,looking up old friends. A. p. Smith, of the Exchange, made 4ManltO.Wotei^fihor visit the fore part of f ||hejp^enO**** fumin g yesterday. •?' R ^ Cooky Mi 0., O...

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 July 1885

PUBUHHKO ETEHT VBIDAT BT illilMiSijSllli mx STURGEON BAT. .JULY 3, 1885 \"iP nn«Jl an explicit order 1» received for its discon- thituince, and all payments for arrearages are made as required byJawvi PMp * '/ • l%e courts bave decided that all enbocribers |o. newspapersjire held responsible nntil arreiirages are paid, and their papers ordered to : i be dlicon-t WnuMteMisP£^s-?p r' ^.••y :wy:•.:•• f • •- •.. -.- pi Thedate on the address label on each Bobucrib-* rtr'a papepahows the time to which the sahBCfip-: •:to^VtmmphP^::p, • p. p.. :,y • ] - • Pi..'PP •'pta all communications relating to subscription*,, Phr eorre*poDdenia are reqa«ited t state the: ' postoflJce to which the paperIs, or Is to be sent,- careful towrite all proper namesphjlnly. V , - In directing the change'-of address,always give the present address as well as the one to which you wish the paper afterwards sent. MI^^AJfEOfllS KEWS. Charles Franeis^Adanw is reported as dyinjf.^ •] . '-pp • The cholera recordi...

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 July 1885

— |w|iii W&^Sfm^^?l^0 WLW^^l^BS^SSM « ^Sp®«maamm* taeaai thafcljfe1»tags ^ *%ironilini^*iri^ • • ^v?:Ti'i .KSSgueb ssy$»Bia^ •v Jttrfnltaiattheworscfsthe flnatogv o v' r*toitripfcIn the eiid pt the$hreaa..v,. ' : Yourwork tightly held inIts pl**^.: ' i WhenTOurneedle, released on a sudden ^ . ^Pwmlta bonds/leaves ascratch on yonr face:. ? Then again must yon/mate* a^nnlng. Wnlchyoi \"•'-•: Bu t an i - :: Withi '•-ytBWL there's a^to^tridofthis hother, ••••''•••• A way thatispleasant and light, , And 'twill serve asa ruleforyour Kle^oik- BeBUJ»when yon staxt to Btajt rigfl«._ And then, as yon go on, you'll flnd^hat Brightsmiles wiS await you instead . ? Of tlwfrowningandfretttogathatcome witn No knottatneendof the ^^fsBaxar, A Princess in a Box. The recent debate in the House of Commons concerning the Prince Bea- trice's dower, which she is to receive upon herapproaching marriage, recalls to my mind, says a writer in the Pitts- burg Gdmmerciaf Gazette, her first vis- it to ...

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 July 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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