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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 May 1880

Z •Â» • Year (!• •dT»»cej •••^autiiwth*',.':''--'---^'}*''^- ^h]rw^\":«K^U' ^ altered, a*second-claM matter. AKD e^WEBAIfeHAPEBSIIIOS. Picnics iff111 soon be the ra^f ^Z T h ^ v fleml^ waonee. '•^•f^\"i',''-r''- ^^^:-f~^^ i Tke^asco^cjheese^^ thefirstolTJune. *•.-. „iloo manyboys^iarry revolvers.-They should be looked after. : ^- i , Gov, Drew Ms planted fifty acres on Green Island thisyear. ^Ite severalJtu^-auhis-port - are - kept constantly on the more. Henry Johnson now pets a felon on the ^refingorof Wslefthandr ^— Work has commenced on the new court :_house in Shawano county. - - * — Small plcni^\"pgrtles In\"TS(i)mp8on's Grove, are now coining in order.\" The repairing of small boats, at present, ^^ts^ite^xterialvelaTthTs locality. _j^JDoour people intendlocelebrate 4tln July this year? If not, why not? Tramp Musicians enliven the Kewaunee ^UblicT^H^e^alelfaoe^jrprnere. .'~ ~~Ahnapee wantsnani JJxpresscWcer The .question then--Why don't theyget It? _The~C«unty~Board ls:to~...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 May 1880

\"•:i •:. '•'••'^Y.'.\\^-H :PWBIJSHED EVERY FRIDAY fcrlftiptMik aMTwnuib psora^ inces resulted fatallylo seventy-five or eighty per cent, o f all thi? a n i t n ^ Seeing rip-.escapeiorhisj^tdvpne indM^ij resorted .to the experirneh t o f inocculating his healthy r ^ t s Wi the diseased onesy O n the' tenthr day after the operation all the cattle experimented upon were taken ill, and it is r reported that but .eighteen per cent died, leaving eighty-two per. oent secure from the epidemic. So satisfactory is~this-result^that -the experiment--is t b - b e repeated on a large scale. /. Tor the maintenance of the atara and stripes we •ontend and through these columns will wage war upon the party, or parties, corporations or monopolies, of whatever nature, that may under. ' take to again tear the colors from the people, the whole peopleTto whom the flair belongs t —-—.— STURGBON-BAY. MAÂ¥ 28,-1680. Grant Won T h e Illinois Republican State Convention, rwhiGh—closed4ts^tonny-AreeJ^yXsMsioiu...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 May 1880

VARIOUS TOPICS fffff^| J»»i»V hot :J£l»?h oWt«u»moed th»tit:^,^ ig^pw^arSfc^Lonis b«s«dof^ the|i^efr igattenas^S-^wc^«^- i^-^r?*****\"'^f ••JWl^^s^haiaar- tion? nnd the planlssajji tobe pwrfcg econondo, fjiMajiiicb^ training are thereby made better able to avail themselves ^ The n ^ i s t o ^ 'v|cjnitiy3K^bjid# : TtiepB^ daJuidan ro^vftyt Spau^ - recently have been court-martialed. Thirteen were sentenced to death, and 18toimprisonment for twenty years. The mveatigation mto the affaire of the R Natioiial bank of Augusta, Me., revealed the fact that the late cosbier, Israel Boothley,-who aoicided in February last, was a defaulter for IJader a Shoiver off lOColten Iron. On the 17th fast., as about twenty men stood THEHK are in Germany a number of men,who continue' .to '-Inep^mt\\c^ /im7 .0^^nti6n8 pretexts and Prince Bismarck has now taken it into his head'to make these people pay for their i i n n i n ^ ^ r e g u l a r yearly tax running for 2 twelvoyea^tte period orer whi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 May 1880

v I ^ do rfW^'v / ^\"\"#-: - . 4^~C:-rZ : /,:.. :,...v.,_:.. -„.4i:._ |?IGS needdry beds as weU as other animate. '.\"/ ~ FEED the sheep weB, give-th fresh pure water, and keep them out of the -wet.\\ '!:'//:-:/ ••'\".'-'•'.••:• ... ,:..,,.:, -.vc^.-.:: ^ i s = Tfto Me h e ^ rttniicontain much inert Tegetable matter are in Eng- land called,deaf, which is a good and poetic characterization. - BHODE IsiiAsnp bent grass is one of the finest of grasses for lawns when sown alone, haying succulentand nutrative herbage,of earlyand rapid growth and • thriving' well under trees. \\ — ' / .•.....—-- EVEBT. fanner who has not should try : a patchof sugar/.beets! or mangels this- sunimer, forliis'cdw&toleatrin^'wuiter. -^&e^^^'lai6w-^hen.whatJ^dolon:ft:large • \"\"scale\"next^year// : ^ ^ypsr~--• ------- - - /-- \"T: CABBOMO acid retted with aboutthirty' 'parte of water, ana applied with a small brush to the roots of the feathers about \"the neck, belly and!, vent, usually kill or dispe...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 May 1880

rff%£gpf]a»w ?i^^ ^®$g$a$ffi\\vti» each #f 3»ill8 ^rid ointrieW Sg fifteen pounds while inkinp the first three3e*Affg '•^fHoitlei ^an^feai^ytrjsifijuBt th thing ^^a^rencebnrg, Awclewdn Vo.f Ky feffi^«^^^r^*2toe-,4*fe rlOTr Ofthe tspltoljinlidlnsr, themost niagniOeentv«tmctnre i5A^«n^ »te« »plendid *iew»i.:of Ahev White 5JS-i?^'i«t«»Wttf«-jnott akentipahrf There^ii not.j»-*ihRie- M ^v^'paw^once ariii itWill break up a fresh chid in ^^^^•^fiojirt^.fivja^per pin^poHteV ^Address,- Cu AD- j^i^^swidsybf^rtiefi ^hd hch s are entitled gto pensions: with payment from date of dis- i Vchargeoideath. Jif «j^plied:fbrbefore July a !}.'. is8o.^ 1i Wound?-accidental -injury or djs- .|ease^ittitlei tpa lVii«^iv?Bouhtyand back ^i»^*!!ected. Incr^Jori^nsiorvjiecured. .^Tftirfirm estabh'sW4n 1866. Address, .«iL' i-:A.*wrh\"eys 7^ t-^-—TT~^-vf-if^V*r^')P' and bthor points of interest:?nj»nd»bont the National Capital. Or- ,*™t*KgB74^ photo*faphiRor Headin atateamea at cost hrlce...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 June 1880

m ^ym^H^W!::£SdMM V :|i Prince GortschakolTs Letter of Fare- well to the People of St. ersburg correspondent: telegraphs that Prince Gortscbakoff has bid farewell to the inhabitants of St. Petersburg in the following terms: \"It is impossible, on the eve of my departure In search of rest ami health abroad, to respond to the marks of sympathy which I have ^receiTed from ^eyerynqnarfe -not, however, leave St.^ Petershur|f-^with-. out telling all who have given me theBe proofs of their affectionate interest how \" much and how deeply I have beetf to uch- «1 bythem, and without expressing my 50rdla gratitude.\" \" :..,'\"'. ^TJEfJEFIBHEarKS OJD-BTION. . ,... \"LrvEKPooii, May 29.—_L correspondent, at London writes: \"The American Min- ister has received.instructions or advices- from Secretary Evarts relative to the fisheries question of a muchrfiore amica- ble character than by reports of the de- bates in Congress.\" V . •' AN IMPORTANT INNOVATION ias now-been accompH8hed^^The_J[Ju»Â...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 June 1880

W^W(^£B6ii^M/^^ m^MMmm^v 1l£ x JtoiDH)r won^tbeEngfoh Derby^h the26th Xlttte Bbc^y- Electa a OOTcrnor. TheRhodeMaud general aesemWy elected A. ant^overoor, on the 26th, tS^W John- Kelliher, 'American Express 'agentat Be Hoofc N. Yi/ has decamped with $5,800 belonging to the Bed Hook jrafioiialjbftnk. • -- -»-? ys-v^:-:--S'- '••\"•.^-Fainlne* ••• -'.\":' A telegraphic measage has been received at the United 8tatee legation at Constantinople: whioh reveala a horrible state of Buffering a£ MossoxuVAnneriia. Thousands are dying of •':''• want The poor^people suffer indescribable tortures, and many aro so maddened by the pangs of hanger as to oat of the emaciated \"~ rBarly on\" tba^ornlngrefthe 25th instant,- a Av barrel of gasoline exploded in the cellar of the ^rTesidenee'-of MrsrDr.-JonespitPiqua/OV: The house Immediately caught Are and was consum- ed. T^o boys ogod respectively 10 and 14 per- ished. Bliss j£ate Newland, sister of Mrs. Jones, and Mr. Fred Amenat were severely ba...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 June 1880

. •-•-:^ Ajjpopjswfdittgof animals atjhjs sea- son stimulates the skin, and thus assists : O N clean land drills may give the best Hsturas, but if weeds are plenty*r hills •wpbe-better, as they allow of cultiva- tion in two dirWtions. ': ' f •4 T HE amount of flesh-forming food is greater in \"oats and oatmeal than in any other grain,£ being about sixteen per cent, and the amount of fatty substance is double that TOntained in wheat. A FABMEB in Iowa estimates that the Erbfitsteeraisinmarket of g onertwo-year-old short- orn r for i$ equal to that on eighteen scrub steers which have to be kept three years or more before they are saleable. • :i _•' '•- % i ' l ~ ^ : ' THE *€bnneoWcu Farmer Baytha Mr. E. Bailey, of Little Compton, B^i^ has kept 1,000 to £200 liens during thef5 past--five ::' eaffi^^d'-r^yized.'fromr-eaolr- an annual profit of $1.15. Large flocks •are not uncommon in that Mcuuty, the poultry interest being largely developed. 7 W H E N putting up perches -use :some judg...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 June 1880

mmmm i e w j j g ' - - •: - ww.-.*-i.- •',.—» •\"••• MMSWG& is H$£ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: | I | ^ £ W / B A * | ^vp p M 4,1880 1 - ^ ^ \" J w o B d - c l a s s jriatter, ~~:: AffD «EJUEBAL HAPPENINGS. ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 ' ..•'.'.' • : Ing time is over. ':: ••r .: .!'...^v^*^ Beefsteak has taken a \"raise.\" The much needed rain has come. New buHdlngs continue to go up. Toung grasshoppers are numerous. '} The flhowera of the past week made the farmers happy. .,•'.: v' --.-----v- \"^- - -- - r Spear^s mill was shut down a few days thls'week for thewantof_loga Some of the farmers of Nasewaupeeare glidingfineiJai^e-barMthiaflewon ---- Strawberries and cream festivals are being talked up by the outside world Mr B G. Brown, the livery stable^boss, has been under the weather the past week. Wbrkon thenew Moraviau Church is being pushed forward as rapidly as possi- ble. '.-'~7~~'--^:- The steam ^fccht, Julius, will make two ^Stoldle^wndbn^Sunday. ^^Sw small bills. : mbrro^\\i: S...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 June 1880

WBLISHED EVBRy FRIDAT J j ^ ^ t i m t e d ^ i ^ M h e t o j.iJUtimjEmci& AMD BBOFS.: - Tor the maintenance of the start and stripes we contend and through these columns villi wage war Upon the party, or parties, corporations or monopolies, of whatever nature, that may under- take to againtear the colore from the people, the whole people i to whom the flag belongs 1 STURGEON BAY.......JUNE 4,1S80. _ Chicago isJcbnvulsed^and^^ by thev gatheritig of Republican politicians within her limits, and this excitment extends jaJLpvjer^hejcowit^, through :the thrbbbings of the great asterial ftarlrof^McarAmeflca —for sucK she is at this writing. The spec- tacle, to say the kast of it, is not flattering to out-civilization or eminently creditable, to the actors in the drama. Formerly, caucuses and .conyehti^iwejieplacesi of deliberation, where the best interests of the States and nation were sought but at the present time- taking the assertions of the actors in the - drama, these questions -...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 June 1880

^ DE PROFUNDI!. ? BXAJJrBKDTEMintBOff. ^• Is it for me to be less courageous than! tsdning aa many differ- Outbftted«^iDjrcWM,ontb£tI»'d^ : Where all thatwas to be in Wthat'was : - ,« --- ' Whirled fora mutton teonsthro' the vast Waste dawn of multitudinous eddying light— Oatof the deep, my child, out of the deep I Thro' i^ tW« changing world of changeless law, And ereryph«»e of erer heightening life Arid nine long months of amo-natal gloom, •: With tide lasTmoom this crescent—be* dark orb ^ o t W t t t t - - w i t b j ! f t t ^ ^ '-'. Ou* own, a bsbyin lineament and Urnb\"..'\".\"- f'Pwrfeciand prophet of the perfect man ,-- —.-.-— Whoae face and form are her*and mine in one, IndtesolnWy married, like onr love Eve and be nappyin thyself,and servo. . This mortal race, thy kir^ so well that men May We* thee, arweblew thee O young life. Breaking with laughter from the dark and may The fated channel where thy motion lives Be prosperously shaped and sway thy course • Along the ye...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 June 1880

vfe-i^:- l g j * ^ j « ^ ^ ^ o r i E^nr i t o the - D e m a n d ! o f Biulne«s—Speech of H o n . W . B . M y e n I n t h e Hopue o f - .v.: »epie^ntniave«^'-T^:c f5\"'W T - - •:*•'-.-•—-&r.- ^r\"^w^ili^^ff^Bd~taa. petted corporations,' I ^ ':-vtics haye.oyer received such favors, privileges ] ^ . P ? w ^ as ^ .ought not to be a matter of, surprise that the disgusted and indignant people pow call for -rtheir deino^Sonrby the repeal of their charters, the wonder should rather be that ttey haye ao. long borne 'with patient endurance an iniquity so grievous but high regard, for laws is so en- \"~paft^i_rffie~_o1_^ .than yiolate yested rights, they haye with un- exampled fortitude borne the most onerous and ootragebuB t burdens. That national banks, haying theirbirth in'an hourof trying emergen- cies, when every power of the::National Goy- -exnment was exercised'to its.fullast extent to saye the life of the nation, should have received , at the hands of the, Government extraordin...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 June 1880

i^UA^SMj-S^S^^* Mmmm ^thwt'left, and cwinothelpsmiling at those 1 die pf toothpicks witbdojj^iTieipinff him- grgpThjr J» it th« ^e^Baiil^^^no t let ^theTthih-waial^ wasp tly at peace, with* goot rtribiwl^ gbJni^oi: i f owith his ine * Sigiraw hatr or why isit that the spiaH girl ten that has not even learnedto open its afsSw^p SS^ws' BOOKS. ^ h y fa #t wheiv any one aska us hciw Jt^any days there are In & certain rabuih, v:%erepeat^to ourselves:'- • «! \\y Thirty days bath September, i,v r •'••:'• ^ April,1 '*»»• Md Novemberf J- Whj is it that we turn to the right in- g^steadof the left, when theleft is far more £ preferablei aria Jt adopted would save * niariyan accident on railroad and high- of the vehicle in turning to the right he :^s farthest from the wagon he passus, and Wflhless he is ah expert cannot tell: how feclose hecbmes to the Wheel»of the^man Kjwhogoesbyhim. whetvas if he turned ^to the left side he could look Btreight §: d(^wn* see to the fraction of an i...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 June 1880

gigllp^ Wrty? 1 uZ777Afgfta^^ eraburg correspondent telegraphs as fol- •^ws^^he trooble^itb^Chlna is4n^vetl- We. TwoRussian ironclads carrying'1,- iu a few days forChina, .without its being intended to put into any port on the way. follow. Warwith the Celestials is consid- ered certainrhetor ..•' ^ FUKBBALQFTHK iarPBKBff ^.'AWO P'dock A.ii. two mounted her- alds 4t arms and two secretaries of theVOL.K senate all in mourning, with ahescort of - ^ W guards and four trumMters, left the •':r'.|^wt*r::Palace'.' and paraded the city, an- iiounciug# to the people that to-morrow the mortal remains of the Empress would be conveyed at midday from that palace to the Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul in the fortress. , YESTjrviuiB June 6.—The formal open- ing of the Mount Vesuvius Railway took • place hereiorday. It was celebrated here by a splendid fete, to which. 150 persons ^^vere invit«d~r-The line will be openedfor regular traffic tormorrow. All persons .' present were unanimous Jh express...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 June 1880

J&.2kJi£IJU3x, A^^ anamonunusual d an amount of-**-remit 8TUBGEON BAT. WI8OON8XK. '^tfec^S^^S^f^!™*'*\"' 0HAS4feMART!MMEaitijr|aRil ProprleM a&iEE! i - An onto^kl^bOTOri^infirlfciflhBurmah, wMchtlu^ateM to be formidable/ One town lua iJre^y been destroyed and an Ei^lishgOT- •.••erhor Mle&/j ?1-^ -:. •,.\". '\"'.-'-:••,' . '•': .':*. ,r'S :xiM» J P e r a r l an Wpur* v- .:. . . In. a recent encounter between a regiment oi Chilian horse and Pernvian infantry, the latter Buffered a BeriouB defeat, being cut to pieces and many of thorn made prisoners. .v ^During aAre onthe night of the 80th ult,' in the Springfield hotel, Montreal, two servant girtaj, leapedfrom the fourth story. One was fatally injured. Three persons were prostrated by the smoke. ,•-.•\".'. . r:':'i :'•• '\":--.•.•\"*: \" ,.-Ttoo,jpnWic^pehu':' ''•':,::- -:. The national debt was reduced in the amount of #15.928,083.87 daring the month of May. Total debt, $2.1S9,257,7I55ltotal interest, $19,- 742,5% Cas...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 June 1880

^PEEUH OF GEN WEAVER ventiok••••••••*\"~^---^^^-^sentu^featareflor^theJ^UBhB^tein /Jl said to nryself • W ^ ^ . IS'TO Ei^liaF askin g nation. Ja it trueof ua that we have' adoptedthe English trystemof finance? I went, i\\ »• a i. A v T ** u w • ~••-• t^^tcrflnAjMit if thatwaBtroeornot I Dellffiied-Jlt ttoLJJldianapOliS GOD- went to ti|e books and inquired what were the of fi- nahce, and what did I findlem to be? First,' a large amount of national debt* They call it a ^'Rational ble8Bingjliana so-it istothose-who own. the bonds and_tbe_men who Bay that, but it IB quite the. reverse-I assure you,to\"tiose\"who~ pay the interest. They say it is not only a na^- tiorial blessing, but it-is a-prop to: thefetJah throne., WelljjlhoBe. at the upper end of the prop may feel well enough but^how aboutthose at the bottom? Those upon whom the other end of the prop rests do not admire the prop. Wel^ that was the first essential feature of the A Masterly Beview of the Iniqtutous Financial Policy o...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 June 1880

Care should be te^^ Zinc covers are frequently twed^ which uniting with the acW ofthe fruit, creates a flang^iiirpp^ AUD GENERAL HAPPENINGS. Wildifl(b»wberriejare ripe/ Keep out of family quarrels Last week Wasfull otIwind and rain Malice drinks one half of its own poi- son. The square man is the bes:t',on-'.,.t.o.--'y,e e hav y, round.\" . -: : V:\\ y • ..' - 5- -the Vlllage.' -.^ '^^^ ' y:y y'y :.y':\" ':f\\/f: yyy^estrpy the worms or they will destroy y ywir fruit trees, ^ .-.. V--.V^y'.••'.. •' /., yy- _: Camping out will- be largely indulged in this summer. x1 yyyHe thatnewf iliew^aiFknows but the half ofpleasure. - ' •. :-\" ~ y /'.ForestjBres Were weU put out by line \"l&tewet weather. See notice in another column for draw- ing oflNBtit Juryt There Is no danger^of getting out too many tomato plants,y'y—- ^ - - , -— - .J^bnh ry dock, progresses rapidly. Thefirstcrop of potato' bugs have been harvested by some of our citizons, ^^JidgeJiyman^of-Egg^Harborr was in -STwn Frid...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 June 1880

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C.I.'MABTIN.EDITOSANDPEOrE. For the maintenance of the stars and stripes we contend and through, these columns will wage war upon the party, or parties, corporations or monopolies, of whatever nature, that may under- take to again tear. the. colors from the people, the whole people I to whom the flag belongs! BTDBGBON BAY.. .JUNE 11, 1880.erly •'•'-Tj-iis'.''•''•'•'•' ••'•• •'•••••'\"•''•,:' • [• E d w a M \\|vTvy^^ s u o 1ceeded infreachingr tfie tojj of MounT GhunBo-\"^ razo in S p u U i A m e r k a r a f e a t thatHumboldt a n ^ o t l t e ^ l ^ f a i l e d ~ f o acwWplislj,r dertaken aseries of-: mountaiheerihg exploits ia-^he Andes. Besides climbing. Chimborarp, T£e~ has'•'} surmourited- C o r a i ^ r . Sinchplapi^r Ahtisana, and Cot^axi , With his compan- ions he passed twenty ^nt hours on'the su m_it oftne:last~named, .vmbi»ta^n»i ^lu^i.':is. 19,500 feet in heiglit. . He? says that he has become so well accustomedto the rarefled-air of these hehjhts t...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 June 1880

TrIE POET AND, HIS 80NQ8 As theWrd come In tho spring WS knownot from where ~rJu the stowTxraeatii^fiifig\"* ~~\" --—7- Cr: I^vdeptiwofthe «lrj.-:••. As the rain comesTromtitlecitoud, i \" v - -Aad tbftbrook from thegronadr As suddenly, low or loud, : : v put of Hlenoe asoimdjv -- r - r - ~ • As the grape comes to the vine, The fiuftlo the tree . • As the wind comes to the pine, ^, And thetideto the sea^vT • A»«nnethe white sailsofships : ^--'- y O'er the ocean's Verse the smile to the lips, ^:As .Toomes O So como to the Poet his songs, : All hltherward blown From tho nristj-land, that belongs r Totlie vast Unknown. ••/. His. and not Ms,ore the lays : ' He slngs --and tholr'famo Is his. and not bis —and the praise And the pride of a name. • Forvcrtoee'purmehimbyday, \\ . . . •• \" .And hauntlilm by.night,~-r~~ - - -••'- And he listens, and needstmust obey,-•:!....-•.• -When the Angel Bays ' \" Writel» ~:\"\"\"\"\"Tejectedloversuchia —Atlantic. She liked doing ^ and I! thought I ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 June 1880

1v PIGS sbppld be qtetrated at from fptur to six weeks of age. 7 7 77-r'~\"\"\"\"':r 777: COAII ashes ore always good and Jowls seem to delight in scratching and picking ONE drop of sulphuric acid in the heart of a plantain or other weeds will destroythem cbmpletel^. Care must be exei^ed^in'itsjMeV^^v : 777^ :r7rr~ WM.J.ISEABCB, H^drioks county-, Ind., has it lamb at thirty days old that weighs fifiy-flve pounds. It is a cross of the Cottfiwold and Southdown breeds. A FABMEB in Montgomery county, Tenn.rdrove the bugs from his tobac- co-plant bedBfcytreating them to a dose of rotten eggs. LETTUCE is a quick crop and occupies the ground but a short time, therefore farmers frequently make early, planting on land afterward given wholly oyer to melons, cabbages and the lifce.-7.•::z:L~-x~: RYE sown thktaonth will make an ex- cellent summer pasture for milch cows and give,a larger return of rich milk and butter,man the wild and coarse grasses and weeds of the woods. This is.the season tha...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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