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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 September 1876

mmmf^^^i the ideuils o | ^ I B committed by the iropltctbletnd blood, thirsty Turti^ Thefirst report* were not in the let**e«gertted. A corres. Nearlylulf » century »go, •wotato by thenameof Loo&uB^liTing in the town of P»wlet,Vt, wis compelled to cak re- lief from tbe town which wis refuted. She finally became a charge upon the town,and she then made a TOW that the town of Pawletshouhlnot be without a pauper for fifty years. She will be one hundred years old in October, 1876V and the fifty years will expire some time next winter^ She, has had offers of marriage during her dependence, but her answer always was, \"I would not swap the town of Pawletfor the best man living.\" The town house, where she now resides, is over a mile from Pawlet village. Last fall shemade her annual visit to the til- C R E E N B THERE is a curiosity of literature in England caUed the \"Wordless Book.\" It does not contain a word, but the color of its leaves are supposed to interpret the thought. Tw...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 September 1876

fPllill •JwaM oonw » tia»6, M wdlttw»ma* » 1 S il**iiWitnai&^ ,»• AitfflJT woeVdffgto?\", V. this centennial yetr, Wore conSTruc oiTraiJroa/ls thanah^ the Stated history.. -'-''^^-{^l/-} r A heavj? storm of rain,-wind, thunder, f % ^ ^ »4ind Ifgntening^• yistted^nearly/•alllWe JJ.V 8*'Northern states, ^ast-^eek^Thursdajr fe«? ISP till* htehffV »**«»to(be: , M» iatorfr trustfL j f ) l ^ f p f e A h i | l „ , ... Content to ttue whom I would pntirbleN. Ab me! whM wo« we» mine U thou should* •• ''••'•-•'eoitte,-: • v •,' . ' \":/. . •'••'• l^ubledr»rattro«ttog,4ntorn*for »14, f Andl •hould meet thee powerless and dumb, '•• ftfttllagtohelp thee, buioonfueed, »fr*idt It «hau not happen that, for I will rise, pttd helping me, to higher life, and gain Courage and itrength to give thee oomuel wis*. And deeperlove, to bless thee In thy pats. Ve«r not, dettlov^ thy trial bonrahall be TJie dearoetbond between any heart and the*. WHAT'S THE NEWS! night. Buildings werestrW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 September 1876

VOL.3. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN^ S^^ DEMOCRATI C REFORM TICKET. reasonable figure and to discharge the duties qf the office in every particular to the best of my ability. , I am yours Truly, D A . Reed. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. FOR PRESIDENT. SAMUEL J. TILDEN, Of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Of Indiana. Tilden And Reform. SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. The Democratic-Reform electors of the 6th CongressiQr^l.jPJs.tricjt.ct^.Wisconsint are re- quested to choose three delegates from each assembly district t« represent them in a Con- gressional District Convention, to be held at Oshkosh, un Wednesday, the 27th clay of Sep- tember next, at 12 o'clock, noon,, to nominate a candidateforRepresentative in Congress, to be 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 ig, 1876. GEO, H. READ, Winnebago^County, JOHN FORDYCE, Waupaca JOHN MCMULLEN, Calumet' \" S. W. SM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 September 1876

pp. ni HIl W y ^ t o ^ e a x e the peevish, faultfinding |? ^^|!:^^^nao*l[«P: would not recognize her. Sf^a^ilevori 'eaB&'-bn\" ftcdlie//\" Me^M • , i 3^^j^fe ihat her bright, brave,':taly::Km p ^ baited, portioidos:*y:.' liM^ :^:^0^p^f '•• ' •\"-: '•'.••-:\":\"' ' ' y''•./ : . v^!j:-i^ Re^*Mjr' h M done more thaxi this ^ ^ Nellie ,Xl^i^in|rt^at ^ofel|«ipj^r - &fl o^'friefd^^ 4 ^ Mrs. Benton— \": ''€ oharmed' with $*olllo*8 bright pretty face, ^'•^bj^tfeouglit it ft pity that the* Wo should v • aid* become acquainted. • Many were the ef- i^torta ishe mode to induce Mrs. Rayner to :-: ^3^' ^!?0i,iEVi but in vain. At last, as sho considered, a happy thought struck her. ^ilip^ras staying ihBoatbh for ft fbw days. ^Why: shouldn't she invite Nellie and Mrs. Rayner to her houao ? She might invite ^theni both to spend the ovening with her, V j^thbut telling either that the other was edinlng. It only needed thatthe oldi lady shouldsoe Nellie for hor at once to like her. .Of that t...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 September 1876

had only?'*»$*\". p ^ ! h f ^ e & ? ^ the wrong! Poor little thing:,. I., inqvT she is sobbing h e r h e a r t o u t . Still, I must be master. I t is a s much for he r happiness as m y own t h a t sh e should obey nie. I will be very gentle with her, though.\" V H e sat long, thinking in this strain. Presently h e gave himself a shake, and rose, saying aloud: , J \" I must get t o work. I must do some reading.\" d • . . ,. H e took a book, bat , a s h e turned tho pages, Nellie's face obtruded itself between his eyes, and th e type, and though he read the words his mind did not. catch thei* sense. ., . - ^ .\"'•'• The study dcor was a littie way open. Presently he heard a light footstep on the stairs. I t was Nellie's, .Should he csill her i n ? She must pass his room to go down stairs. \"^Yes, he would call hor in. Poor child! She would be lonely by hersolf down stairs. \" N e l l i e ! \" No answer. li e opensd the door there was Nellie, with a walking-dress, hat , and glove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 September 1876

npt^ ^ M ^ ^ o c a ^ ' t H e ' l i ^ h f t t t and beit iiitertttt ''jffmuul *l,s6 win* be charged. ^•fc^M'-'^v' ^ --•. .,.\":.y: -:..'-.'..- •\" ^ S f t S S ! is e§»** v.!• •• FRIDAY, .: 8*pt.,'.:\"'& 1876. LOCAL BOTES - ! ! | ^ heavy rain That which fell last Wed- ^gi^^be,watcr in the bay was the highest of the seasonyesterday. :.:: ibrget'.'the caucus: at Lconhardt's H^lnfcjit Wednesday evening. \" ^.^•^V—A.Cocagne is contemplating a move to get up a fall trade in native evergreens. - , r ^ n d now our hills and forests resound wjl^i jthehum of the threshing-machine. ••:'''•• *rGdoh the North Wind will commence fooling around, whistling dirges and sich. H : ~ ^ o n . D . W. Maxon of Washington Co., is spending a few days in the'village this week. • ^ flourishing in a wanner very creditable to the teachers and pupils^ \"7?^^ftIKing~case^That of two young men over in Bay View, who mauled a saloon-keeper last Tuesday. * —The Westfield, Wis., 'Independent' wants to buy a seven ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 September 1876

•n.:,\". - S&.W& OmciALDlBECTOBY. '•^$fpj& l^ttHAXD^ County Treasurer. C. A. MASSE, County Clerk. W M . WAGENER, SherifiF. Rv-^WRreHT,, .Coim^JfKlse. .: O. E. DREUTZES, District Attorney. •CHWS0ANIEM/Cleik of the Court. JAS. KEOGH J R , Register of Deeds. . CHRIS DANIEIS, Superintendent of Schools H.ScHtfVLEP, County Surveyor. H.QSPRDia.Ch'n of Board of Supervisors CORRESPONDENCE, Correspondance solicited from all parts of the County. Send u* all items of local interest and if you do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we will attend to that, Make your com- manications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. 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. , , Sevastopol, Sept, 4th, 1876. T h e people o f this town held a caucus Saturday evening, Sept. 2nd, and elect- ed J. Gillespie, T o w n clerk J. Neusse, and Farmer Boyc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 September 1876

000i£i0ng around- tlw^torty. lii^^p^tiseemed Blyly anx ipgjet into« fuss with somebody. : g|lipi&^ to: | '~|p^^:»fc?.tiiu8oU» . and no one ( f^d anxious lor trouble with him. | initoiiitigthe follow far a q.uar- r n i ) , . r n ( . T _• .. „ ^ ^ L t o t e m a d e free to i©. ) TH E UNIVERSAL STEAM- ^J)|^^^^vrW : V : '^^ : C----'-v:- : v/f:- \" .'••'-• '••• COOKERS \"• fe^^iseemed determined to pick a ••'.'. le flr.min/?. ^aalwltnadmeone *' t •'•••. , 3 » u u m \"o1 te^nat what.. I want .Mister,\". re-1 ^ ™ « Uni*™*!\" will cock by steam meats W^&^*0me°n?}*?O«^$y land Granted to give perfect satisfaction cr ffl^il* : : M y°a w i s l 1 t 0 figh«'^-. I m o p e y refunded. ^piwd/thegentleman, '•-• ..-• . el#^«3PljExplain,'- u the answer. To Man'and .Beast' '. '-'v|^Ttia.CrahdJOici: \"-' !'- ^|^verSiiad : .a flghtin my life, and-I''i p ^ b n ^ know whethe», r I'd run or stand j The Only Rule, Is TO.KKEP. HANDLES IN LINK ,, ^ . , i ,- • . •.. - * »•• You can use ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 September 1876

•'Vj'T'. When i i coffee like i&e^BartkP-^Wliea 1* ' Is'gwwii^ - ^ijv ---. '•• ••',' •' O-'-V'. I f s an xmpleaeant fact that what y o w friendflcaHeelf-poss^sion.ydur enemies call' The tpinwterho^videf his diseouTBes lttto:t^jBia^ littato ' V ^ find it #fficnlt t o piocxire attentive ears for all of them. ^ ^ t ^ ' e d i t p r ieeently announced that a certain patron of hi8 -was \"thieving as uBnal.'\\ The word ha^wrote was\"\"thriving.\" A man is 1,950 tinies as large as the com- mon honey-bee, and* yet is useless to try and argue the matter with the bee.—-2e- troit Free Press. , The word d-e-b-t is composed of the ini- tials of \" dun everybody twice.\" Credit is formed of the initial letters of \" call re- gularly every day I'll trust.\" The President has no ealr for music, and the carelessness with which he used to take BabCock's flute to rake the fire was a con- stant menace to their friendship.—2JrooX%n. Atgus. .•• • • \" . \" A genuine poet,\" an exchange says, \"I s alw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 September 1876

Publishers. TheTyphoid S«ftion. the frost has killed all thef noxious germs of disease, comes a'tiihe^o^ When things are freczingKorirbzen, re. v[Christian Union.] .,. ,,v,r«^ar^more^iatalists iri the world \"'|ij§|tjM^ that a wise ^^ ' ^ Jlellthlfgl and vigorous parts of New ^En^In!il,iayearly /visitation of typhoid IlifvtrMtOrning 'as- the summer wanes •ffl^i^thi: cool days and cooler nights, and ?tf|cartyiWg off its victim* as surely as the |f Mason comes round. I'll^nd^ as stories aud novels are no wa- ff $ays merely pictures from life (of all l^ualities, like other pictures), it is rather ^cyripus to read how many of them turn £•upon these inevitable fevers—on! some \"wdhdersof patient nursing, with love and grW thrown in, or else some incon- venient person carefully disposed of as a % Victim to this same fever. I NovV, there is lib question as to the ^existeuce, the occurrence, of this fever, nor is it confined to any class or people. The poor, toil worn mother and wife, t...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 September 1876

VOL.3L STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, SEPTEMBER 15 ISTO. NO ''48. DEMOCRATIC BIFORM TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. SAMUEL J. TILDEN, Of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT\" THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Of Indiana, Tilden And*Reform. SIXT H CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. , The Democratic-Reform electors of the 6th Congressional District of Wisconsin, are re- quested, to choose three delegates from each assembly district t« represent them in a Con- gressional District Convention, to be held at Oshkosh, on Wednesday, the 27th day of Sep- tember next, at 12 o'clock, noon, to nominate a candidate for Representative in Congress, to be 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 19, 1S76. • • GEO. H . READ, Winnebago County, JOHN FORDYCE, Waupaca . \"• J O H N MCMULLEN , Calumet \" S. W. SMITH, Green Lake ' ' NICHOLAS WETLAND, Outagamie \" » FRE D S. ELLIS, Brown \" JOH N M. READ , Kewaunee * L . S . ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 September 1876

. _..:S6tDlfiaSf -. BOUlftY JUL!. 1 - R A^Hfertis-twhfro a correspondent of p h e i Black River Falls Independent that £ every soldier, whether he has receiyed-a v|b6iinty o r oot/shpuld read and act justly - V t l n i l c r t l r t b o f l n t y act o f congress ap- ^proveid March 3 , ,1863, the soldiers of the Union armies in the war of the re- bellion, were entitled to a' bounty of 4?too, on a less service than tw o years, .'provided they were discharged for d:sa- : •••• bi'ity occasioned by wounds received in •action w i t h the rnemy, and not other- wise. So that, although the soldier at t i e time of enlistment might have been physically sound and hafre done splendid ,, service in camp and on the battlefield for one year eleven months and twenty nine days, and then discharged from the scr- '-••vicc \" a used up man,\" on account of a disability occasioned by sickness brought on the unfortunate soldier by change of climate water-or other vicissitude of war, except wounds recei...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 September 1876

•im^fimf^fm •SUSIE. - Yon will care ftr m y cliild. Ton trill ribl te^ my little one suffer.\" My old friend, John Harmon, said this, as i wrung nty hand hard. I repeated m y proiqisa that in m y home aest, where there was anursery fall.'of little raes, Susie Harmon should hold a daughter's place* . - ' , , ' ' \"We were standing upon the wharf, waiting for the signal that it wa3 tiaia for m y friend step aboard a Califorriian steamer,,., Ho had lost his wife within the year, and soon after was beggared by a fh-c that totally sstroyed the mills in which he had held the position of superintendent. .\".With his home desblnt?, his pnr?e empty, [e resolved to seek his fortune in the modern l.D.orado. - • . - • . . . jThe only drawback to this scheme was the difficulty of taking hlj tui\\j«.-y«ix-ol(l daugh- ^ • • . ' • : • • • . • . . ' • ' , I talked with my wife, and found her ea- ?rly willing to take carj of the little one. , The next uiorniug, I returned home to find lusie almost ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 September 1876

lliilfflt 5 J ^HRW^Astrcii, Supwmtai3len of Schools II. SCHUVLEJ*, CountySurveyor. : IJ.G.SPWNG, Gh'n of Board of Supervisors COKEESPOKI»ENCEf Correspondence solicited from all parts of the County. Send us alljterns of local interestand if you do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, wc will attend !to that,Make your com- munications comprehensive'but as brief as pos- 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 obse-rved. \" -t'• Jho*:*W* P°* tovetthy neighbors wife, nor versed. - The republican ^rt f ha« been -Jus man-servant, nor hts maid-servant nor his - ^ ^ ^v Ox, nor his ass, nor anything: that is thy neigh- bor's, except it be to r - M t '— •'**- -*~fc— •- the Lords Over thee^ - ^ brought thee out of the land of prosperity and Out of the house of abundance. . . The following important amendment u* , uu r n » ass , no r anyinm g ma t...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 September 1876

'HE EXPOSITOR, -JLUBLISHEDEVErvYLrraDAY. :,_!_ Â¥*±£ja&y c ) b o b . | STEKtiKOK BAY. WIS. pri to itdrocate the highest and best interest* Jie whole people, absolutely regardless of all par- impoliri«sand sects in religion. WMS,-—$i.o« per annum, ifpaid: in three months. hi Sitfo will be charged. strictly in advance If not paid in three FRIDAY, Sept., 15, 1876. LOCAL NOTES. t-TBuy one of Follett's .Cooking Steamers. i-Mr/Kieff takes in the state fair this week. -Dr. E. \"M. Thorpe has been in town this -Cranberries arefitto* pick, and reasoaa- plenty. —We hear of several cases of dysentery in village. —Water-proof umbrellas at Feldmam & chem's -School Books and Stationary at Law- ce&Co's. —Work has commenced on the new mill at ilty's Harbor. -rSturgeon Bay loafers have no loaves and ht not to have* —A. D. Thorp, of Egg Harbor, was in ,-n last Monday. —B. G. Hannan was kept at home this ek by sickness in his family. —The \"Gum CAewurs\" are the champion i-ball players...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 September 1876

£-tiBE two deepest bound. Ir^rl^^brfixword/weremade in March \\mt b j ^ 3^ tlief r«ChaU«Mi^er\" ex^etlitiori, in the region |fi%x£-iij La&rdntM,not many days Bail from fe^Jo^aik The enormous depths were reached ?| l iof 4,575 a M 4,4 9 fathoms, the greater |0^-j depth approximating to five aiid one-fifth ?': :]jiiiiei8,br about the height of the highea i S^mountain in tho world. 0 i Ta c DRBjHXNGorA BntDE—Is there any- P^^ing^uaore beautifidlliaivihoJ^ejBsing^A. % | bride for her wedding? The tender hands i: of a kind nuriso,\"of loving maters, and n ' : I fond mothcH-h6w they all wait upon her i J | How the hours aro consecrated to her glory! 1llow her luvr is parted and braided with i' :J sweet ahnpUd S:\"'\\ over with exquinite :graco! What brace- 1 lots, what rings, what jewels contribute • to ) decorate her person! ] THE VALUE OF FAILURE.—It ts far from , ) being true, in tho progress of knowledge, ! that after every failure wo must rocom- j inonco from the beginning. E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 September 1876

v y I T A N D I I U M O R . When is a jealous husband like a cat? When «he smells a rat.\" Engasrfnjf photograpor—\"Just loot a tttte pieasea,MI««»».* Think o f im!\" A gentleman can probably .marry any ady of his acquaintance—if he -pleases. Little girls believe in a man in the moon —young ladles believe in a man i n th» ioney-moon. *Have you: heard my last song V asked .tnnsic -writer of a gruff critic. \" I h o p e J * w M ^ e reply.' There is a sly fellow in Texas who has kughed in his sleeve so much that it has ecomethreadbare. «» • * '//Be jabbeis!.'' says Pat,.who was born nj the last day, of the year, \" had I delayed it, where would I been ?\" A voice comes from Washington Terri- iry, saying \"Send us wives!\" And a ousand unhappy Eenedictsrespond \"Take urs!\" A physician writes, \"asking the renewal I a note, and says: ?' We are in a horri- ile crisisj there is not a sick man in the listrict.*' An auctioned once advertised a lot of hairs -which, he said \"had been...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 September 1876

^THAT'S THE SEtTSI : /the order of July 3. 1876, in the due of Ann Eliza vs. Brigham Young, ribi having been complied with it was ordered thai execution issue as proyid- jed in said order, ana it was placed in \"the hands of the proper officer, who Saturday attached about $4,oob worth of property, consisting of horses, car- riages, and other goods, to satisfy a judgment lor $3,600 as alimony due plaintiff. , Yellow fever prevails at Savannah,, \" Georgia. On the 3d there were seven deaths (roth it. Senator tyforton, of Indiana, has chal- lenged Mr.'Hendricks to a joint debate •on the political questions of the day. A little girl at Gardner, III., hasbeen attacked by hydrophobia. John T. Waring & Co., of Yonkers the heaviest hat manufacturing firm in the United States, have failed with lia- bilities amounting to about 400,000 dollars^ ot which 198,006 dollars is due the banks ot New York. They em- ployed 700 operatives. The assets are said to be greatly in excess of the lia- bili...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 22 September 1876

STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, SEPTEMBE R 22 1S76. NO. 49. Tilden And Reform. ••j-i • • • . TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. emocratic-Reform electors of the 6th tonal' District of Wisconsin,, are re- choose three delegates from each district to represent them in a Ccn- . 1 District Convention, to be held at On Wednesday, the 27th day of Sep- :, at 12 o'clock, noon, to nominate te for Representative in Congress, to rted by said electors at the next gen- ton,\"* and to transact such other busi- lay properly come before said conven- »sh, August 1 g, 1876. (. H. READ, Winnebago County, [NFORDYCE, Waupaca \" IN MCMULLEN, Calumet \" V. SMITH, Green Lake \" . :HO£.& WETLAND, Outagamie\" •:D S,'ELLIS, Bro\\vn . _.__ ^ N M. READ, Kewaunee '• . . WALKER, Waushara '* IN Mc KINNEY, Door \" ' NATORIAL.CONVENTION. mocratic-Refbrm, Senatorial Conven- the first Senatorial District, comprising ities of Door, Kewaunee, Oconto and 1, will be held in the city of OcOnto on d day of October at 2 o'clock P. M....

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 22 September 1876

ifaa^«— Idfe and Death. ^^P^^.j^llMnttfe ^man? A pryingshade \"'-! ' ! ^ J | | | | g ^ ••' .'..•' 1s^1jpl§i$^ ••••'•'!'•.' ^#|ifSJfntW K^tflyTeacheaprtmet ^^s^ttiil^r^ttr'tlw! mornirifc gone6wnoonj _,|Al3i^ofgraiM that spring to with«r»ooiJj \"\"\"'• -^NljtoBjiB upon the tbnwritV whirling waro: fe^bird thatflatterson a (Iroopingr wingi |«ipi!poi!7 »ipett ah open gravoj •,-.'•\" -v A mornlnjr-glory's rnompnU In the spring s^lwBaldng bubbfaon a rushing stream j • ' .' • •\"\" , A «un»tafter storm t an erringangel's dream. | 1 ^ t i « this death we Iter? The peaceful cto» tw0f life—of reckless passion'* away1 Theveil that mantletiftll cur cares and woe* U i Thle heavenly ending of an earthly day t The crown of time well (ipent i the portal fair £c Which opes tho way toriover-endingjoys . It acts thocaptivo spirit a» free as air, }'y'?Â¥jttiax all the fetters which oncarth annoy. \\lVnat is tbia death i The sleep the pilgrim take* Sj After much weary travail he has known, An...

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