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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 10 July 1885

m m m Entered a* B«oni-it1»»sM*«rt-a th* PteSt Office ?8TiffiGW BAY ^ LOCAL aiPPMlNOS* was among our callers Tuesday. Miss Lizzie Weston, left Tuesday last tor a short visit at her home in Necedah, thia i^te. Louis Barraboo, of Egg Harbor,visited theconnty seat Wednesday, returning home the same evening, r v M. Kilgore, of Bailey's Harbor, came down Wednesday to see how his grand' children, tbe twins, were getting along. The dance at the roller rink on theface fourth received quite a liberal patron- age! andthose attending seemed to en-first joy it muchly The town of Jacksonport, as shown by the recent census, lias a population of 478 males and 396 females, all oftween whom are wutte^%%:^^ A basket picnic at IdleWild yesterday, Was one of the pleasant social events of the pastweek. It was a select affair and only a few were invited. Ferdinand Colignon, who has been at- tending the University at Madison, arriv- «d home a week ago Wednesday, to re- main during the summer. CS^ Sec...

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 July 1885

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ :Xmmmmsmm&m^^^^mm^Ki rCBLISUKD EVEBT VBIDAT BT IliiillliilSiilii iTUKOEON BAY. JULY 10. 1885 The WXRKLT EsronroB I* awt^^ to nntll ma explicit ordeMs-recelved lor itsdiscon- tinaafiee, and «n psyments for arrearages are Tfaecotirts hare decided ttiat all gnWcribera to newspapers are heW responsible until arrearages •repaid, and their papers ordered to be discon- tinued. .. ' ^The (fate on the address label on each subscrlb- A'C paper shows the time to which the •ubucrfp- tlon lapald. ,'/^^:r-t-':-.::::: -\"?\" • • In all communicationsrelating?tosubscriptions, oar correspondents are requested to state the pnatofltaftto which the paper la, or Is to be sent, carefftVto write all proper names plainly. In. directing the change of address, always srlve Represent address as well as the one to which n wish the paper afterwards sent. THE Armor Opera florae. Green Bay, with ite entire contents, together with two dwellings and other property, was destroy...

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 July 1885

-*«» w t e -\"— ^*3ggtgliaeil!o^^ ? YbFstroke thed^®r*OTiJi*::? yAndaM*du£facegrowsWiwtera^ ^ ^ v 4#i?J5PhejIttfc**ro^WJSJj^mniiiig^K ? :: ^Bufrwien&nalu^ ? v Mark* c^^ youwS^to^^Btdtched your eyelids down, To thatlong^ieceot fl*?1™*!.^ Q:/You:y^giw£ai^^ Nor4rophim a \" Good monure. To keep h& long day warm andWoe, ^ So fretted by yourscorning. yor Snmbimdflowerwill linger, • ThedogIs happy at myjmee, ' Theca*puri atmyflngesr. •'Butbe^-tohlm, theleasttblng given Meansgreat things at adtetance^ He wants my woria?niy sun. my heaven, Soul body, whole existence. \"Unlesstiegives ine all in change, I iorteit all things by him The Wss is teirible and strange ItremWei doubt* denyhim \"fife's^sweetesttriend, or hardest foe, Bestangel, or worst devil I eitherhate or love him so I can't be merely ciyiL '•You trust a woman who puts forth Her blossoms thick as summer s .^ • Vote think slie dreams what love is worth, Whocasts it to newcomers. \" Such love'sa cowslip-ball to fling....

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 July 1885

«iaH'tfbe*e^dtharet5athw^tte \" Whirling on tiptoe, leaped the thorny 1 Anon the fields, eoldea with ri{. , • . . Are rippled 88 the bosom ol the ma Yon BleepinggroveHontllned to faffing IWht '^:CfihCTa^-clonds':fleckan the uppersky ^.' o vv v : Inevery weird,fantastic form they fly While purple mlBts weave one dread leaden pall, Enwrapping groves, .fields, brooks, and nigh* W£:• S- : Â¥Stoi*ay«.aIIi• -Qvr: ., v-0^ - -: Then falls a stillness o'er theenshrouded land ^Xhe storm-king's cohorts, marshaled close at '•-'\":••'^•'•'••'• '• .'^'V'/ •:--.,—' :'•'' Await the royal mandate to begiven , ytul ready now to pourtheirwrath frombeaven. , Then flashed the signalthrong Uwawtnl ^ooml Then crasheU the thunderbolt, with •cholng • -'-:-:.'':b6(toI'--.\"-:-. .:•.-.- ,..':•. ...:--^. r' :- '::•*?•/. The solid earth a-tremble, can lint await Fulfillment of the dire decree of fateI The unbound winds, with gyratory sweep, Gather the cloud-born torrents in their keep, And with resistless po...

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 July 1885

n v i : ^ i ^ i i | ^ 6 : M 6 s i 15c. f 3 »&-£(& inttrttl tfj Second-class M»iter «t the Po« OflSee ' 5 '*&\"•V ^ ' i ^ • :vv: »t SMrrgeon Bay., ^,. :- i M l i i BAT ^lv . jtJtrJiT 188 5 »*»„•*-..•:• •-.-. »»^-^« *v. •car.**' 0#v V.TJ r^v M ••3c .a. .iV '• **&• The Marinette papers are clamoring loudly far ani iartesian well. E^SecUonsanfl repairs for all kinds pt farm machinery can be purchased at HaHe? Bros^ this city. Mrs: N.S. Washburn is home again, having spent the past two months vis* iting with friends iiilowa. \" • iliiwes 6yra flalstead and Alice Pres- .cottar^ spending^ eonple of weeks at Jacksonport, at Myra's father's. : Mr, ftad Mrs. Chas. Whififen, of Sheboy- gan, arriied: this morning on a short fe&^i^/1? i :•-' - \"\"^BpNB^^^I^X^fe#iS^ *«^^er * sold:\".:«w. /^/*VW'?**^i£^ -W. Law- $#* ^'.??4 -^wltj^tiwej^^ '2 ' ^ ^ ' ^ ^ * M f e ^ * ^ Wednesday, look- ~\"\" \" ing aii*rm*tters pertainfng to bis office. 'The ^mlm'with \"th'e'Kaiid 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 — 17 July 1885

^gp»fH s&gs P^l^PS^SiPfP^#ffi!SsMfe PCBLISBBA KTKHT fBlBAI BT ^ 'mmiMM-m^M^M^M^m^ ^ « WBEKLT BxMertMt ta «ent to iatwciibers untfI an explicit order Is received forftgdiscon- tinuance,and ill payments for. arrearages are made a* requiredwbt. 'iv--- •' v ^.' The coartstere decided that *H «atMcrit)ei to newrpspers are held responsible until arrearages »re paid, and their papers ordered to be discon- tinued. •?: •• •••:-.'•. ' ..\" •:-•• .?• ' . • \" The date on the address label on each Bubserlb- «r'« paper shows the time to Which the subscrip- tion i* paid. :,/ --••:•• • ••:..:• v.-. . ^v V : ' In alt communications relating to subscriptions, our eorropondenM are requested b state- the poetoffice to which the paper is, or Is to be sent, careful to write all proper names plainly. - ••• In directing the change of address, always glve- the present address as well as the one to which yon wish the paper afterwards sent. THE new Minneapolis Directory gives that city a populatio...

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 July 1885

^^^^^^B^^frl^fi^ ^ i l i l i i g ^ ^ i l S i » 8 ^S*^Sf^^i-: ^8|^pa^§05|^i^ Tnat waved about her brow olsnow Was dark as night, pwJeaineds^ah V AB hasrvest moonbeams softly now, 0 ^Ittj^l^wlitofia^welwtoJM ^ J ^Ia^'8|ai|^teee8e8 ewmedtobe. : i^annoteibapehetcuTTli^llps,, , ^ Nortell the dimples onbarhand, s SOT It her sweet voice wouldi eclipse ^3?bexipptes' manna* onjthesand. • . . Ibrfyl&owTlite soft windsfrom the sea, Itwhtaperedlove to me—and only me. t : Ob, memorysweett. To brtagagaln ' ? ? The loving voice,ukejpertame faint -f . ? Tobritolnalithy#ntfet«ihv . \\ ^t„.„f Herlow-breathed songs with tender plaint For of all fair things in this world that oe, * *air^t^aUniy!^ the New Wlggle-Waggle. ^ e new wiggle-wa^ej which is equal in itff way to the Grecian bend, or tilt, ia an achievement of thenlode^n,'mat- trass\" and\"Saddle \" and not possible without them/ It is:a movement, a gort of swing from aide to side, which seems to be quite independent of the body, and to be...

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 July 1885

*^s%^§^#% ^^^^^^^^^^m. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^w I have ijteOTed by the re«8 that gnash to foam I have joycdln the Btu«e oi the wbistJfng Bea ' ^ A M jaeWOftWrdiig^rta^ As my brave bark quiveredand leaped, alive, Then the masterful spirit was on me, • i And wltS nature I wiestfedgladj And dangerwas like a passionate bride, And love iteelt was hall mad. Then life was a storm that blew me on, : Andflewas the wild winds flyjV And hope was a pennon streaming out, : High up—to play with th sky. • ? Oh. the golden days, toegl^rionii days - That so lavish of life we spentI V Oh, the dreaming ol nights with the silent stare ^\"*»tb the skjrsinysterionB tent! On. the light, light heart and the strong desire, _^A^d t&epnlse's qn^keiiiiia thrill, When joy lived with us, and beauty smiled, _jAnd youth haditstree, full will! The whole wide world was before us then, And never onr spirits failed, And we never looked back, but ever on, Into the future we sailed. Ever be/ore us the distant bound,...

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 July 1885

•^Mj^0^^^ii^^i^:fS Mib & 4G & Eotertd as Second-class Matter at tb« Post Oface 'STDBOEOifiAt Wi• £. 3TmM M$ J M i c j i e l s ^ ^ iag^lm^is Seldomseen than that which appeared iii the west last Monday to- wa^s ^eniBfr A terrifieflto-m seemed to be coming upon tus^and many anxious- ly• watched thejrisingmass with its white upper edge and ominously hlacfe body. Bot as usual, thepassage over the waters of Green Bay was too much for it-it fcroke all in pieces and[ scattered like fixating mists andwft got only a gentle shower oat of its remains. \"Thecase against Mrs. Grace Foster alias Grace Adams, for the alleged ab- duction of little GraciS Reynolds,\" says the Chicago Jfcra&k of Friday last, \"was dismissed by Justice Foote yesterday. The evidence showed that the child had been neglected, and that Mrs. Foster Had takenjt because nobody seemed to want, it, while she had.. taken a liking for it. The courtr thought *it wouldn't be for paid for her care of the WM^Jl and thu...

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 — 24 July 1885

mffMM^W^mW&M^WfMmiWmm^^^Wm^m^ ^^^W^^^^M^'M-'isiSBi' until an explicit order,\"to received forsits disconr tiunance, and all payments for arrearages are • made ast^ulred by law.?, :-U The courts have decided thatr all snhscriberB to newspapers are held responsible until arrearages are paid, and their papers ordered to be discon- /tljiBed.-'\"\"\"'^\"-'-\":.1:'? -//. ::. ^'-.£.v ••-• . - - '.-. -r The date on the address label on each subscrib- er's paper shows the time to which the subscrip- tion is paid, '::- • . : : -:V*: •'•- in all communications relatingtosubscriptions, bur correspondents are requested to state the postofflce to which the paper is, or is to be sent, careful: to write all proper names: plainly.. , In directing the change of address, always give the present address as well as the one to which youwish the paper afterwards sent. : f t ^ ^ h i e f £ $ e ^ ^ •-trficie&'l$|^ilro^ •^andVgray^ur ^ comes.^otrtisS after a fe^iet^ibp^s^i^ol diet m^it^Wry^lfiWned^l...

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 July 1885

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^g ftSS-Spgtp-SI^^^Splf^^^^^^ :^x.::h-:X^!: 'We live:bB«de:e^ ^-5:v i^ Aud speak ot myriad thinffl^but seldom say • / -.:. S wv *?? .JHtelranV iwraetw^:tfertllwji»tiuo!tf reach,. y - : Beueath the commonplace otcommou speech. ss ' And, sitting in the shadow they have left, \" Alone, with loneliness, and sore bereft. ^ i ^ WfelMnt^thTaiBrMret of aonie fond word - -..'• JThatoneeiw might have said andtneynaye For weak and poor thelove that we expressed •'••'-••.-\":- ' Now setos beside the vaB(^ sweetunexpressed, v And slight the deeds we did, to those undone, And small the service spent, to treasuHrwpn,- And undeserved the praise, for word and deed That should hive oversowed the simple need. Full visioned onlywhen the ministary . v Of death has lee fulfilled and in the place ^ XM some dear presence is but empty space, Ar.^^'v^,'-'::''V'Wb8jtve!conected0Brvfoe8''can:tben' , • . Give consolation tor the might have been 7 —Hartford Timea. I \"observe in an American j...

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 — 31 July 1885

Ws^Mt^0^$} SM-*?s6''Kbirlii£ ^^ ^Onitta:o0^of3ifc*' .^M'^ ^Ifccrosaes-tWtfiSfw^^--.-^^. '^^^ . v: w ' - s l^ominviMbleBea& ::'- \"NV-:^ .-«' ••' i' :i-:::' Andpassestroinsight / i ••-•: w' '':' :-• •••-•'\"\". J.'-..:••'•. ^' 'v'-. *:- v v'\"':^''- :: iWeareneatfngthe shore, : V Weareall treading o'er'••r-^.-'?i^:~:c'j' \"'—:'. ^bq paths'.-trod'byloved ones before. \" The dangers ffedaxe,. The clouds 01 despair, ^ ^ 3,'lieybave borne as their share Mrrongh the passage of years, Tbrongfc the shadows andlears, Taronghthegriefe and the tears— Whilst the sky that's now blue \\ was Mr to their view And t&ey joyed in their way E en as We do to-day. • n this litebe aU, If the shroud and the pall Mean the full stop and the end- Then let us no longer defend ' The Author of being, or name Him as great, Since cruel or cold He can create The seed and the bloom, to blight at the last, The promise of progress in which it is cast. Down deep In the soul Is an unmeasured scroll, Whose surf...

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 — 31 July 1885

Entered y& '^onfcclass 'Martcrai#e Post Office: :STl33lGEdNBAY ... / JOLT 31, 1885 Jffiv, Chas. Qliapmaa moved his family •ioihti canal Satnrday. ^t Rehd the proceedings of the city coua- ci|,published in^another column. MrsoEd: Gayo returned home last Fri- day froaiiheryisit in 'Menominee with her Bister Mrs. Frank Hunt. The birthday party at the residence of Mt.JLQi Warren, Sunday last, was a very pleasant gathering, none enjoying it more than Mr. Warren, in whose hon- j«r It was,Riven. v John Graass, who has been ailing for -eome time past from a complication of ' diseases, seems to be slowly improving, but not as rapidly as his friends would wish tp-see him. Hollie Phelps and Frank Farnum, of Chicago, who have spent tho past two weoks in this city' the guests of Mr arid Mrs. Fred. Wright, returned home Wed- nesday last. 23f*Brea.d winners and Heads of Fatni- Jiesshould Jfcpowth.it one-fourth of the 1 money paid for dry goods, is given away, unless purchased? at the store of...

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 — 31 July 1885

StDEGEON BAY,^.v, ^ 0 1 * 3fc 1885 The WBEKLT JJsxosrtoB IS sent 16 sabreribert Bntll an explicit order is received tor its discon- tinuance, and all payments for arrearages are made as required by law The courts have decided tbai all Snhserjbers to newspapers are held responsible until arrearages are paid, and their papers ordered to be discon- tlnued^ - r : .'.::-\\.-:.^i\\:.V--^.-'-: j The date on the address label on each subscrib- e s paper shows the time to which the subscrip- tion is paid. In all communications relating to subscriptions, our correspondents are requested to state tbe postofBce to which the paper is, or is to be sent, careful to write all proper names plainly. In directing the change of address, always eive the present address-as well as the one to which yon wish the paper afterwards sen t. Sm kosts MONTEFIOBE whose 100th birthday was celebrated last October, died on Tuesday last. ST. PAUL and ..Minneapolis have, wheel- ed into line with their new directories, ...

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 — 31 July 1885

^^^^^mswmsm^m ^^^^fc^h^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B §8lE j | & t A C I ^ ^ SSSare selling oil ttd^,^d*0cli^th^ w ' address of A'a professional 8portvbO i » -000 Indians on T^enra*ioM »\" A11* zona. About 18,000 stfuare miles o* ll,62p,OQwO acresof landare set apart M^tdithemi \" v^\\:V - :'.v. AjRBWLY-BBBcrBDIrish hospital bore the ^tran@Bv device, \"Convalesce&t Home for Incurables,\" which excited r so much mirth that it was soon painted out again, ACOIIOBBD wash-lady, who died in Brooklynthe other day, left a fortune of $200,000^Cumulated in her busi- ness. She made no will, arid, as there are no heirs, the money will go to the .' state. ' '-. ,'V,- -. . THERE is a family near Lincolntbn, N. C. of six sons, the youngest of whom is 27y arid three daughters, the youngest of whom is 30, and there has never been a marriage in the present ^generation. .,-• ' ACCORDING to a Tennessee lawi a man who is to be hiiiig can invite three friends to the execution. This Jiberal spirit•on-the pa...

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 — 7 August 1885

ISfflWIiPM KOnt&the&p^ Great God offaeavra,do not pass me by «\"Xslnk*l pe*isfc:Oii^:ii^^ O'erwhich n^rce winds are raving anttrflyr The bUlowB roar, thebooming thundera crash, And overhead-tetorkedHghttiingfl flash. I've trastodhnman love, and foond It weak .rForanyhelpo! manin vain I seek Beach down Thine arm of power fromabove, Oh Thou who relgnest there, whose name Is Reachdown Thy: mighty arm to bless and save And hold me, lest I sink beneath thewave. 'Tis dark profound the snn baa longstnooeet, And e'en the little light that lingered yet Is lost behind the block, funereal cloud That clasps the viewless waters as a sbroodI Theflood-gatesof thyglory open wide. And shed Thylight across the troubled tide. Y«, light from heavenI oh send It onItsway: So shall the nightbe radiant aa the day Bo shall I 'scape the plttalls and the snares, Dangers whichelse would take me unawares So shall I weather safely ev'ry storm. And anchor In theharbor, freefrom harm. Drearer the storm-w...

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 — 7 August 1885

lli§ ^.Entered7ai $econ_-cfa$s Matter at tlic Posit Office • !'P:\"y: ^-^f :~:f.::: .arSturg'cou Pay.f C •/'•vW:- -'-\"''.fv STURGEON BAY.. ^USUST: 7, 1885 _„_£__|gotM ^iiaf ^ a c ^ ^ t t ^ ^ :-finite^ * ^ekeis were yestwi ^ WS^^ffi 3!^*e f o r t M C a ^ merit to be given atrvfiahn& n ^ opera house, this city, t^aiorrow, Saturday eve-lag, Those purchasing tickets lor the entire bourse^ virhieh wfll eonsi3t of the Camilla Ur^graad vioiia reeitaU Helea Potted literary'recital and tlio enfcertainmecit girea by the Veseelius Concert Coipnpany, can secure reserved f?eat3 at fifty cents each for the entire' course. Reserved seats for any one of the above entertainments will be seventy-five' .cents Camilla XJrso'a fame as a violinist is so widespread that her name is as familiar as household words, and none can afford to miss this rare treat \\ / ?: v\\ : We greatly eujoyed a drive through Jaeksoaport to Bailey's Harbor and Fish Creek, the first of the present week, the only draw bac...

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 — 7 August 1885

STURGEON BATK L AtJOTSr 7,1885 '••'•'.'•\" :The W E E K S T a ^ p r a o r i i a sent to snbi-cribere ontff an explicit order, is received tot its discon- tinuance, and all payments for arrearages are made as required by law. The courts have decided that al) sutoecrtbersto newspapere are held responsible until arrearages are paid, and their papers ordered t o be discon- tinued. : Tb«j date on the address labet on cacti subscrib- er's paper shows the time to which the snbscrip- tionispald. - , J n all communications relating to subscriptions, onr correspondents are requested to state the postoffice to which the paper is, or is to be sent, careful to write all proper names plainly. • In directing the chaitge of address, always give ^he present address as well a s the one to which you wish the paper afterwards sent. A DEVIL ifisH weighing four tons is re^ ported to have been tilled recently at Galveston, Texas. IT is how accepted as a fact that FI Mahdi died of small pox, and the last ...

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 — 7 August 1885

'^&^mf^0nas0^^^^l V:3*Oucaiinofcree^^ And then must come the summer sun : ^»A *iOO^ While In the dark earth sleeping Deep bniied to the mold Are duakygerms that time will chDiige To waving fields of ,8^3.:^ -. 80 sorrow has Ite recompense, For, mingJedin with toy, It brlngB refining qualities To^md^thlfiys alloy. Great evils are evolving • Great blessings from within, Humanity comes slowly up Through suflering and sin Bearch where yoo may, by land or sea, And you will search in vain- There 6 no rose or happiness Without the thom ot palm Th e German D r u g Clerk. v [From the Philadelphia News.] Tlie druggist knew a thing or two \"about business, so he put a sign in his window in large German letters, \"Ger- man spoken here,\" and the very first hourir was up in walked a puffing, perspiring Teuton. \"Ich will say—hen der mon votrolling gprechen Sherman ?\" The head clerk closed one eye to the the assistant, the proprietor grinned, and the boy purloined a dozen marsh- mallow drop...

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 — 14 August 1885

^inh|iiile8i|^^ T3»rongh mold o*lt»bntden-baontid lair, ••.: This eowow-'iearwl and bowlder-bearted Tte irotthronghliatrad of the envlons crowd, Nor all tbftfltn-^s ol contmneHons spleen: -- e /v-.lJdxyet-thebMrailjH^^ And clamored contradictions of the men, ' '••••:••: :'^©Mfor «Bte dtef^t^ ?: \"^oatrjaaiid far away, that eye bath not lae wi Its stractores, nor might deep thoogbt :^Itd rajpfetranquility or beauteous plot. Clou lor » prospect filled with halcyon rest, V Noi dinned by harsh and quarreling digcon- -^Wtents,^*- ::^:-: 1 ? : ^ \\ P V ^ K ^ -:.:--v- •-••- Whew sunkencheeks enfeeble not the air, . Nor mnd scheme-tainted breast Dissolves her sweet concordant elements. When filled with jealous venom and despair. ':.TWeeoine! Welcome! On! haven of repb«j j^Not for the brief excursion of an hour, : Bat with the rush of time, whose shadows close xAround our life, like evening's round a tower When the lew, westering sun throngh cloudy •'.-•\"• rents :•-,.'•:--Y:'. Darte f...

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