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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 18 August 1876

«• Girls Don't Do II.\" \" DoaH do what ?\"our Tijf. yoiiai? readers willaik. There are a great uuu y th.iis'syou , ought tMo and a still greater number that f^qu had better not. do. Foramost andpromi- ient among the Litter is to reform a drunkard Iby marrying hira. D jp?nd xipon it, if 'you [cannot kaep/him sobjr during those^days of f the average Roman's strongest iuflueuce over wayward men, the season of courtship, the chances will be against success. Some wo- men have succeeded in tills labor of love, lirut. there are 10,000 failures to one suc- cess. I t is a field of missionary labor that very few of the sex are fittad to enter. If John get ? drunk once a month while he is billing and cooing, depend upon it he will require semi-monthly.seasons of Bacchana Han. recreation when lie becomes a Benedict. . A man who gets drunk is necessarily a bad or foolish man when he is under the influence _of liquor,and is very apt to soon become a bad man whether drunk or-sober. The romantic ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 18 August 1876

*TCRflMK!UT,WIH ( p d ^ f S ^ * * 16 advocate the hifhe« and n t iattmta ^^?? $^i)i»^«^p1e, »b»o!tttely regardlwi of all ^MT-- §||®# £«1iM*}§--fj,* per anftiim, wr igSpfft^CJMhMu.'thrftftmonth*. • If ttrictly in advance not paid ia tjtraa F R I D A Y , A u g . 18 , 1 8 7 0 . ,.,,.',,'i..„ LOCAL NOTES. -^]Pniqui»n Showers, ~-A Une shower thin morning. Dog-days have come,—So have the cat-nights. %^ /-^It' has'been very foggy on the Jake \" ~-8eo''notice of house for sale under the I ptopar heading. —Lumber freights and sales are report- ed better in Chicago. ' --Goodrich's boats still come in with k r # e lists of passengers. --ttotel business has been very good during the past few weeks. —Tts?la Bond ot Kenosha Wis., is .spend- Ing a few daya in town thin week. --Harvesting is abont done. Unusually good weather luts favored the fanners in m«uring their crops. —Baseball is dead in Sturgeon Bay. \\ Our country is • altogether too new for long, continued brain work, \\ - T h...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 18 August 1876

MI: . ) C0BKESP0SDE5GE, 4- Correspond«o« solicited tcom allpftrtsjjfjthe County. Send urall items of local interest and if you donot have time to arrange them prop- '^ly^^5^:iat^4^:that,- jMake your consi- mimicatioos comprehensive but as brief as pot- '-tibiev^H :: :V-^ : ' Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. • t ORIGINAL PO ETRY. Sentimental Song. THEY DUG HIM A GRAVE WHERE HE FELL, O sister! all nature is sadness. The winds in the lone olive wail The bird's evening.song lost its gladness— The moonlight is tremblingly pale. Twas here, where our parents are sleeping, We bade a loved brother\" farewell! The night in soft dew drops was weeping. Our bosoms in anguish did swell. Sad hearts that in parting were breaking • ^flrbade to entreat hini to: stay: -FotEHherty's wail was awak'riing • '-•Her sons to partake in the fray. 'But n...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 18 August 1876

mm m PS ,..^. ...i'#§ - : -fe^ Wi^ng^OT 1 M Maishfllof Fr__e*, I hare in tMahouse 'proof as strong a« holy ^ ^ ^ ^ l i ^ ^ i l ^ f J&W*?r • Pt wie, Log£ b y the Eafl of Bochao, a relative of the phi- loso|^er/ wi& tiie «ndor«einent in the hattd- iM^!^ ^^rMM:r^Xp ^ ^ b a l ^ n e w l . •^t^ngjian, yr$h the respect trf BucltiuL' Now^%ucliJan liv^d In the age of __ie fcevb- ftil^n^mrid wiw thft associate of courts, and certeinlyj would not hav* addressed to one • •.- jjje jBO^^aji d admired aa he did the Chief, :r^.a•j^tie. 'io^w3ifch!' the Chief had no cialmJ • : £$ra Najpiiterj: on • a' visit to the Arlington Hoiwej was greatly gratified by a sight of a remwificonce of bis ancestor treasured among the relics of Washington. Y The history of the title, a MarBhal of France, id simply th1t1^when 'to\"17»l, Cob Iamreng want- to France, as special ambassador, a difficulty -rose between him and the French Minister is to the command of the combined armiea in America. Gar heroic...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 18 August 1876

kind,-not even into bigotea natrea or Dig- otry for, never appearing personally in his work as the champion of any' of his cliar- acters, representing all faithfully, and Bta- dious to give even Satan his due, he Imtst simply exhibit things hi their right relations, and trust that morality of effect will result from truth of representation. — Whipple, • . . — - - » ^ - — , — OSB of the embarrassments of the Tur- key imbroglio just culminated in .successful revolution, was the debt of the Kingdom, of which a repudiation was imminent, th« bondholders being mostly Englishmen. The new Sultan now finds what it seems was sus- pected by nobody that the/late Sultan had scarcely accumulated the large sum of\" a hundred million dollars, of which the gov. eminent has taVen possession. This good feature will great.lv h^lr* it- IT is proposed to \"crinoline\" the British ironclads with a network of iron wire, supported by booms at a distance of twenty-two feet» and reaching to below the keel,...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 18 August 1876

^^fc^^^^^^^K^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^mmyW^^^^^^S Wm W » HISEKOlITOJi $ B ^ ftercdt : law week IJMibhjdiy/^ Spch outrages are Increasing. g^C^re ^ said so ^nwcb about-southern outrages that the f matter^Has' become so^ stale that they clo fiot mention such small affairs,.as l:||f sjaughter?a\"of only 30,000 republl- |ffi$heexairninationof Yaryani Bluford r V^ilson and others of the removed offi- cials of th - Treasury Department brought to light many matters which ^Americans will not be proud to see.ditions. A- prominent moral inculcated by all Of tnem is that only such a reformation of the civil service as will prevent re- moval from office during good behavior can prevent personal government with all its attendants and evils. • Not what was right and ncccessary, but what was personaly pleasing to the president, seems to have been of most consequence in Washington. The unparalelled success which has attended Mr. Daniel F. Beatty as a manufacturer of pianos and organs, speaks highly for th...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 August 1876

i plain. The -meii confined there hive^ suffered beyond calculation.in their rep- utation, reelings and pockets, and the ':i mere retention of them in the confine, ment they now undergo, does rot serve any specially good end. If the President chooses to let them go, lew in their hearts will blame him. VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN, AUGUS T 25 1876. * NO. 45, Cretan Bay Business Cards. FIBST NATIONAL HOTEL £. H. HARRIMAN, Proprietor. tfirvArln U1HM Terms very lo«,l«rVe_airy Creen Ba] Propria Wise isoonsin . toons, clean Betia and sqnare m^Aln. WSTCotfu and seo its and we will treat you well. Lm ENZ A BBAUNS. Wtiolftnle Groer J«hl.em Tea* Cofi.f Spteeo etc. Smre i.n Wiw.- IU*.OJ 8ueJI, uear toe Brul^o Gre » BJ.V. ADAMS HOUSB, Geonre Smith. Proprietor. Next door to Po«t Office. Tbo t°a of ac- cotumodations for teams. Pas8«»i ijer8 anil Biarasre carried to and ifmm t« boat* and vara free of ebarge. Green Bar, W»H. 49 if W. J. 8UELFLOHK, Manufacturer of mil kinds of Photogra...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 August 1876

i!wM m WlmmmS, am \"\"\"\"- ' mlKS^^^^^^^m Perish Save Tirtne. ^^^p^j^i^^flif $&r£$tnng£so t^der. | l § | | | | | | | | ^ ^ of Pope's g^^|^^ tiibrrt-r ^ct©! tso cahn ?T50ibright, gjiSJ3Ehie 'bridal:of the car^h and s|cjv, |§§gi3ip.d^ \"'\" \" \"t||||:::-Â¥ *'\"':\" : . For thoii must die.' iS^cet,^ I crave, ,t sense and oy mine, eye, ||?||.TiKyi'id6f:U:'fcver in'its^ave, \"'''•' .'\"•\" ^ § 1 % ^ ^ • ' :•'-: ' i|^cet^Sdjrtng—r*o-full of shine and showers ^^finw^ibe,Weary spirit sigh,.,., . , v t^jpiink, with all thy herbs and flowers, ?^1* mu*t die/ • ' '*' Svi^tmufcic—e'en the lovely song Which from my harp in window nigh y : ^'floating on the breeze along, \\^...Jv--E/cn thou must die. . And all the bright and glistening train ^ 'Of stars that btud the deep blue sky Must they all perish—none remain To glad the eye? And vales, and fields, and rushing streams, Ahd mountains that invade the sky, Arc they as baseless as our dreams? And must ihey die? And all that's beautifu...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 August 1876

^iliS'ifl^lf ^ The Quaker Detective. T ____i|jngj.n t h e J i g h t o f t h e ^ c o a c h J a m p ^ - ^ b c - L t W u t t e r ^ a m a z e m c n t of trie ladies, w h o ' D O b b l f l S ' S t c l T C h P o l i s h .',rr-'•-'•••'• c • -i i i s o g°od as t o pass ou t you r purses,i had begun Jn n o measured terms t o re~* W e w e r e five passengers l n a l l j t w o ! , , . , , } r V 6 . . , , 7 t i - . u L I I •-•••••-• . , j , , 1 watches and such other trinkets as mav ! monstrate against th e shameful t r e a t - ' I labies o n th e b * k seat, a middle-aged * gentleman, a Q j a k e r and myself on th e front. T h e ladies might have been mothe r an d daughter, aunt an d niece, governess an d charge, o r might have sustained any. other relationship whic h makes it proper for t w o ladies t o travel together unattended. T h e middle-aged gentleman wa s sprightly and talkative, and- soon struck up an^. acquaintanciLnLith,the_two--ladies, toward whom., in hi s zeal to d o th e agre...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 August 1876

^•M/itlieiprinterlf'UObini.''' I ^i^Deer vhooting w now Jn order. -—A very heavy rain fell last Tuesday. ^/.^-'V^Th'TCflhijig-machines'-are on the move. T-And still the blackberry crop holds ^—Hottest weather of the season this week. —1. B. Scott is crowded with business in his shop. • . . ' • ' . ' —Yon can now kill a deer and And ven- ison instead of mutton. —JoeStroh is just making the sewing machine trade hnm, he is. —We are in the last month of summer, andthe genuine dog-day season.• —Picture Frames of all sizes and styles at the Post office Fancy Store. —The Sturgeon Bay Expositor^ comes to& us freighted with the best local matter of any paper we get,—Marquette Independent. —Leap year is more than half gone and the ladies can't blame anybody but them- selves. —When will that meeting of the Coun- ty Board be that we hear so much talk about. • —The bent planeing we have ever seen, is being done at Lawrence and Torckild- son's mill. —The Reformers are organizing Tilden and He...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 August 1876

. CorrespOndimce solicited from all parts of the County. Send us all items of local interest and if you do not nave time to arrange them prop, erly, we will attend to that, Make your com. mirni'c^ions comprehensive but as brief as pos- . Writers for this column must, in all cases orncate their real names, confidentially *thV'Editor. Anonymous communications not be published unless this rule is strictly ibserved.' , \". »'. :•--- \" (r Peninsular Lodge. I. O- G. 1\\ Sturgeon Bay, Aug., 2ist, 1876. At a meeting held Aug. 19th, passed the following resolution by an unanimous vote. Resolved : That the Lodge tender a vote of thanks to Mr. Geo. Pinney for his very able and eloquent address at the anniversary pic- nic, Angust 12th 1876/ Very Respectful ANNA M. POTTER R. S. The prospects for good crops and beautiful harvest, were never better in Door County than at present.' Everything points to prosperity in business. There- seems now to be no doubt of a change of administration, and with...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 August 1876

fifirei^ii$?5ft|^^ '^^^^^^:'^rea : ' : \"'aii .\"•.i»t&ou^i*:.'plf Aaron - • • - - - • • • \" Luther of Iride- Benjdmin ^^ij^^^^j^c-'^e^jWjcis-'.iifa'''ioVii'. J»'o«t effective:' ^tttl^|:'fl|i4-^l»rie r)iuasblf ,.witli' the \\ same |j^ftl^i^fe^qn,' aoutones^ dnd vigor wlufch l^^ilddlbiRyd displayed in acausa to -which ^^iw'indifferiiint. Wirt and Hay woro the viedding^^ounBOl for the Goviernniout. The l & r ^ i m ^ th jury waa John Kandblph. Amonf tub Svitnesacanvm Andrew Jackson. : t^^o^tor, ft« 'spectators, sat two young layr- v::yer^-Mho-afterward abandoned the profes- =:' aioii t)f the one for that of ar?ns ancLtbe : otter ib* that of letters—and became respec- j tiycly the most brilliant noldier and the most ciiebrated author in tjiia country during the first half of thisctnkiry—Wiufield Scott and Washington Irving. The Intter, indeed, ap- peared at EichmoKd oh a retainer of a friend of Burr, who thought thatthe young lawyer'R pen might possibly provo serviceable *...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 August 1876

isiLd liiat 11 .i* a -KTCiig custom, it h^inp inuchj healthier to sleep upstairs! Mayv\"a family.]' ofvih:cli (he ni'.Mvibtrs were KU {faring and' veak'in gc-u-.-ra':. hiivo lu^u.restorwJ'to avig-*-- 'orous and lur.itLy .or.d'tion l-.v following our ! advic^.rvsbiclr-wr-xtor?ro ov^Hr 1if tedrtiofus\" upstairs.' to haw th:h- INK1«, Summer and•! Winter, exposed the wiioli--tV..vio i,ue fresh air from open w'ndovs : c ut, cf coarse, ' when thero 5^ vain ov nilkL.. auc* also to have ! duriuij the. who!? uijjlit one- window parjtially \\ open, even iu \"Winter, so as'always to iuhale • the fresh, 'cool air frous tiu» outside, but ns- ing. at the sa-nc- liuic. tlu piveavjlj-ou to have \\ .sufficient b'-.d-o.ovt'ri'ng to soouro Wiirmlh.— Prof. r,uitUf Wrmi?. • g ^ p ^ p c p i r e s p o n ^ lowing account of »'bi«ak£Mfc v«ritli the ' ^Khedive of Efprpt:— Great taste was displayed in\"'the deed*. ation of the table-rl harp rarely seen such fruit andf eioties eren in English houses—and^...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 August 1876

WMMKNTS. ttffl mi ^?^^^^C^^^^'^*^-'^I.9C^./t .liear -tlie ax ||i^ i^:^inic^:tliij^J4'fruit trees. -Some- l l ^ m ^ i h e i * owuera prime just because |gpl^i|aTbubeeii in the habit of aoing so p|l|^ilj^%a3on/whiieothtfKjnoit to pro- f^ttcff^E^nbenftiicial results. Cat we | : J ^ incited t^th^nk that a majority of |f our farmers have no particular object in g ^ w w h e n T performing this operation, :0ito& bur reason for thinking so is the |y|r^nerin which the pruning is done. |.• 4fcihe trees are very old, and have be- come stunted through long years of use- fulness in producing heavy. crops of ^ frnlt,tfcey usually show it ia the scraggy branches, numerous small undeveloped spurs as well as the absence of good, healty, terminal shoots of the preceding \"v^MtV^rowth. If there is still life and vigor in the old steins and roots, it is generally shown in many a young shoot springing from near the base of the larger branches, which are usually termed \"watersprbuts\" or shoots. Now...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 September 1876

STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, SEPTEMBE R 1 1876. NO. 46. How Gov. Hayes Gobbled Hoae? front Soldiers. FOR PRESIDENT.: SAMUEL J. TILDEN, Of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, THOfiCAS A.SENDEICES, Of Indiana. Tllden And Reform. V••\"\"' SixfH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. . W- The Bemocratic-Reform electors of the 6th • Congressional District of Wisconsin, are re- quested t° choose three delegates from each assembly district to represent them in a Con- gressional District Convention, to be held at Oihkosh, on Wednesday, the 27th day of Sep- • tember next, at 12 o'clock, noon, to nominate a candidate for Representative in Congress, (6 ,l supported by said electors at the next' gen- eral election, and to transact such other busi- ness as may properly come before said conven- tion. . Oshkosh, August IQ, 1S76, GEO. H. READ, Winnebago County, JOHN FORDYCE, Waupaca \" JOHN MCMUU.EN, Calumet 'V S. W. SMITH, Green Lake \" • * NICHOLAS WKILAND, Outagamie \" FRED S. ELLIS, Brown •• JOHN M. READ, Kewaunee L.S...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 September 1876

£|^M^iiSp* Sis wmm mm-iftr.. ' f|tltf§@: ItlSSl PIWIIIY A CO., Publl»her». iSs -V^:'»^*^' W Theov1. 'C.'Miileir, M D.:. •. ••-•:13:' Oh, the old maple gfove on my father's plantation, 1* one 61 youth's charm* that I'tove to recall. : Where the sugar was made in the day* of my childr ^v. V\\V.Ii6od,.' '''•••:' '•• • ,••'.:•:'•'.-^ ' And I wat in love with a fair maiden small I It ww thereure would meet in the spring's blissful -'s fe' rf eTei»i«ig« -•' .'• ..,••'.•'• (And taste of the sweet* with a heart full of joy And 1 cannot forget in the gleom of the present i The biiis that I felt when a pure farmer bey. Oh.theold maple grove where my father is dwell- ing, i^- I« one of the charms that I ever weuld know • \\ For no sweets that I taste would compare with -the blesilnga * '.- ••,, •' . • That in the bright spring from each maple would flow, . .-\" . • No trees can compare with these dear ones of child- hoodr- /'' No sugar so fine and so free from alloy, As that which was...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 September 1876

KflliThd C*ta. Jane Grey \"Swishelm wrote a com- munication* fjSTtlie Pitwbarg* \\Cammer- fial denouncing cats in unmittigated ^terms. Believing thatjshe in^tbe jtnain l e l l a t ^ i r v a ^ ^ t ^ y \" ! » £ articlejfor1 making with our forest songsters and prairie fowl . Two cats will be pretty certain to destroy every' bird's nest on a farm of loo acres, except those of swallows and martins, which are out of their reach. The nests of the most valuable. game birds are nearly all built on the ground, ««A green worm an inch long is de- fying currant and gooseberry bushes oat West Chester/' And the green ieople «*about West Chester\" are ciiki- atingcats, instead of currants and goose - beVries- The babies are pulling pussy's, tail, and coating their stomach's with v cat's hairs. The elder children are read- ing pretty stories to teach them that this y world was made for the benefit of cats, /and good little boys and girls dilligently V pay court to these prime favorites of the ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 September 1876

S E g a e ^ ^ r::'V'-'•.\"'.\" «i^^p)lifl«iMd«ect in religion. m ''•Si'.,,-...,v. .-•.•.,.,-,..,.., . ..- M ,Ti«ji»,\"ii|r^» per annum, wrietly in advance IXt»5li paid in three month*. If not paid in three month* fj.Jo-wJH be charged. r ^ l D A Y , S e p t . , 1 , 1 8 7 6 m ^ - , ^0ciil6r.: : r.H^ \"' irfu '•','•/ v ^Appetites^rc^ inmroving. God 'pity the ' .'popr/ ,,' : \" — T h e fast day of summer, the hottest of the year.' •••/:.:•-i—Sce' advertisement of $3.00 revolvers in another column ^ A ^rIndiana scones to be the great battle g^updvat present. . '':.:.l'i,,.... —Tom McCuIlQugh cf Bailey's Harbor paid us a visit last Wednecday. ^ \" ' — - A malignanttype of dysentery has broken out in some parts of the county. .sij=rrWhooping-cough has appeared in Calumet County. Look for it here wilhjn six months. »_Dr* E- M. Thorp it a candidate for l)is- „ tricLAttorney.^See.huj card under the head of announcements. — W h a t a prodigous flcK/' of lies and scan- dal are rolling a...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 September 1876

C O T i K l B P O ^ D S S C E . j whe n they called these savages^ into I their service just wha t they w o u l d d o , GENERAL S E W S I T E M S . W i T AND -HUMO£. An equestrian statue to Philip Augustus is to be ereibted b y the city of Paris. Accbrdiugto M. e liist Indiaa. Office Be - Correspondence solicited froittallparts of the - , . : L , , .\" U - J J - v County. S d u s a U items oflocal Interest and j \" d they have only done t h e d d i n g o t if vou do not have time to arrange them prop- their masters, th e T u r k s . ,- . - •-- * 1 . - - 0 1 . - . e ^ e will attend to that, Make your com. j Unfortunately for the cause of human - ^ ^ ^ .•\"* '\"**\" S t a t e S m ^ nnmications comprehensive but as brief as pos- j u y a n i civilization all t h e principal \\\": . v . ^ t v , v • -,. \\ A * * » .,. • 1 7 u ! A litUe girl, hearing it remarked tnul all siblCr-,.•••.. .._ •.• • _ : _ _ j European powers seem at th e present iDg0 had oncebeen children, artlessly in- 'Whb...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 September 1876

IpljSsg . desolate, the other bare and inhabited, |p$f|^^ * ^ _ vi P^p*rhi^!b$with the l^rjejnjWverv'sep-:awnv | | | | | $ 1 | » ^ the main ^|^|J^^^^|||S^^i6ri.--iBJ^«^^au'pniales. the ^i^sill tb that when Anthony Van Cor- 1&& GoVeltnor Stt^ewnt^ great trnm- peter, was on a mi8aion to stir np the §||p|§§«i^^ the • ' Harlem River fc^^^^B^*!^^'3 -\" The wind was high ^00\\^tiM:Waters were turbnlent. Feeling the §0%:\\Swgencirof'his errand Anthoflr swore he |§l|j:M would cross the creek en sjmyt denduyvd fllj^vl^sptte of therdevil), and, takingahearty Hl|•: V '•• embraceof his' stone bottle, he plunged |||:|v 'into the, stream. When half way over, ^g % :- JJie'.:wa8 seen to struggle violently, and ^:^^:- :|j^iiig ia'yehement 'bla8t' of his trumpet, ||M, iunk forever to the bottom. The clangor of the trumpet aroused the people far $&^:V:4Wd neMy who hurried to the spot in amazement. \"Here an old Dutch burgherf 0 lays the chronicler, \"famed for his vera- ^. v.':.s d...

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