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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 May 1877

SEEKING THE MAYFLOWER. BY K. G. STEDMAS. The sweetest sound our whole year round— 'Tis the first robin of the sjmngt The song of the full orchard choir Is not so fine a thing. Glad sights are common: Nature draws Her random picture* through the year,. But oft her music bids us long •'•'•. Remember those most dear. , !T me, when in the sudden spring i I hear the earliest robin's lay, •?With the first thrill there comes again j|J One picture of the May. • v.jThe veil is parted wide, and lo, # A moment, though my eyelids close, :SOncemore I see that woodwi hill '. Where the arbutus grows. ••$1 see the village dryad kneel, ?\" Trailing her slender fingers through 'he knotted tendrils, as she lifts Their pink, pale flowers to view. 1 Once more I dare to stoop beside The dove-eyed beauty of my choice, And long to touch her careless hair, ' And think how dear her voice. My eager, wandering bands assist With fragrant blooms her lap to fill, And half by chance they, meet her own, Half by our...

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 — 25 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAT V».' — - B V — r - CHAKLES I. MABTIX, ^TURGEON fixy. WISCONSIN. Directory of Door County. COUNTT OFFICERS. C.\" A. MASSE, County Treasurer, A. D. TBOBP, County Cleric. 1). HoDLE. Sheriff. R. M. WRIGHT, County Judge. D. A. REED, District Attorney. C H R I S DAHULS, Clerk of the Court. JAS KEOOH JR., Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS,.Superintendent of Schools. - W. H . W A K R I N, County Surveyor. H . O. SPBIHO, Chairman of the Board of Sup'rs. TOWN OFFICERS OF STUR0EOX BAY : JOHN NOTES, Chairman. JACOB DEHOS I a . AMBROSE KNUDSON. \\ouperrlsors. y E u A. THOMPSON, Treasurer. P.. Al. WRIOHT, Clerk. VILLAGE OFFICERS OF STUROEOX BAY : JOHN LKATHEM, President. A. W. LAWRKNOR, \"j I !- TruHtecs. C'HRI S LKONHARDT , ARNOLD WAORNKR, MIKB RIKFF, 8. N. BACON, ' T. H. SMITH, j J. T. WRIOHT, Supervisor. L, M-WAAHBCTRN, Treasurer. F. J. HAMILTON, Clerk. J. C. PlNNEY. Justice WM. WAUBNKR, Marshal, I HOMAS SCOTT, Street i.ommissioner and Warden JOXSTROH, Pou...

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 — 25 May 1877

H E E X P O S I T O R i T,^a£e* °f s°me °f• ^ ^\\ng me„ „ » • - • * 1 Europe are as follows: Prince GortchakofV, '\"' ' 79 Lord Beaconsfield, 72 Mr. Gladstone, 6S Prince Bismark, 63 Lord Granville, 6i i Marshal MacMahon, 69 \" M. Thiers, So j Emporer William, 80 Victor Hugo, 75 Tlios. Carlyle, Si Alfred Tennyson, 671 pHA.R_ES J. yVlARTIN, Editor \"and Proprietor. UK Published Every Friday, AT TURGKOX BAT, : : : • ITI$C0JITSIX Independent. Th e readers will notice immediately under JC head \" T H E EXPOSITOR\" the words \"In - ependent\" Novr we want every reader of the JXPOSITOR to interpret that word rightly. Ve do hot want any cne to understand by itdition hat we are independent of everybody in aoney matters. Oh no! Who ever knew an ditor with money enough to keep the wolf rom the door ? Neither do we wish to be inderstood as being*entirely independent of he sympathies, aid anil encouragement of the xjople and friends. About the only independence we mean and /aim, is politica...

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 — 25 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, WIS. GOSSIP OF THE DAY. A PIECE of Lookout Mountain, 100 feet long and 25 feet wide, is gradually severing its connection with the present ledge preparatory to a fall into the val- ley. The crevice is near the* spring by the toll-gate, well known to th e thous- ands who have ascended the mountain by the road from Chattanooga. T H E R E is a tradition that the Czar will- not live to see his 60th birthday. Hi s 59th was celebrated the other day The Emperor Nicholas died four months after attaining his 59th birthday, and the present Emperor's sister, who died last year aged 57, told her brother on her death-bed that she expected to meet him within two years. A N effort is being made to convert the fair grounds of the Florida Agricultural Society at Jacksonville into a zoological garden, by improving and beautifying them with lakes and drives, planting choice and rare trees and shrubs, and in- troducing a variety of animals and birds, so as to make a perpetua...

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 — 25 May 1877

WISCONSIN STATE NEWS. of Mr. Branigan, who was born in, the . ! town of Monaghan, county Monaghan, , ~ ' ., i Ireland, JJeeember 26,1784, being. there- MX minors voted at the Delavan vil-, fore, well into his ninety-third year, iage election last week. i . _ . . . ±r .' . , Tr, . „ . , . . . . r , j A BOY named Kr-igston was crushed THERE will be a regatta on Geneva | t o d e a t h i n M a i n g t r f i b r i d g OAlkoA Uike, on,June. 1st. | Tuesday. I t seems that the bov was on TfeE bridge at the outlet of Rice Lake • the draw looking around the end of one is completed, having cost $l,/50. . 0 f t ii e a r c h c s and did not see the danger BISHOP WELT.ES will hold confirmation j, until the draw closed and crushed hini. •services at Palmyra, the 2Sth inst. j The blood spurted in torrents over him f , • t l t - t i s o n e o f t h e „ T t ^ t ( ^ t ALLHOITSE, W E E L ^ C : , of Wan-j[ and on the walk below. The dratw was | ^ ^ S a „ l ^ u j . S S S AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Petroleum fo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 May 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHE D EVER Y FRIDAY PARISIAN DETECTIVE .\" . OR A DESPERAT E DEED B Y ERSKINE BOYD. AUTHOR OF \"THE STOLEN CHILD^\" \" D M VEN FKOM HOME,\" AC, &C. Continued from, last week, question.- \"1 waft taken from her care in early infancy, and since I've been a man, I'va bardly jriven her a thought, except to mad her from time to time some pecu- niary aid.\" \"Yett aerer went to her housel\" \"Oh, yea—several timeBj but- when I Ad, I only remained a few minutes. Ma- dame Gerdy, who Baw her often, and to whom she confided her most private af- fairs, can enlighten you upon the subject far better than I can.\" ••But,\" said the magistrate, \"I am ex- pecting Madame Gerdy. She has, of course, receivod a citation.\" \"She has: but she can't appear: she is ill.\" \"Dangerously sot\" \"So dangerously, that I think it would be advisable to give up all idea of her ap- pearance in this case. She Is attacked with a malady which, according to my friend Doctor Harvey, whose name...

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 — 1 June 1877

^*'&&Pv*t-fr*Hi^&j^x%^tfj^<tj *Jitft?Si1?6^»*i*y*, EXPOSITOR. E d i t o r a n d ,P p r ' l e t o r . r PabUshed Bwry liMlay, -jit ' •'••- AT- • • '-'•• ,'•\"-•.'- -: • • ftfR£IEO!f BAY, : s S triSfcOKSIK. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Year (Uirtr*»ee)--.- r -.----.-..^...Lv-l i 50 _^B»onths \" ' •**••.'•' -.i—-. .. — 75 ^ ^ • ' - ' . • ' W ^ * • '-——••-.\"-•-------\"- \"• 4° r|NOT PAID OWTJL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: _ Y e a r . . . — - — — — — - — - — $« 00 Smooths.— :.—...—..... — ..'.. . . . 1 00 IN D El? E|ilP:E NT. The Worl d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home Tft«'|n»^pl»5 the People of Door County Out Aim. 8 $ * Vol.4. Sturgeon Bay*Door Cduht^|^)hsinrJUNE 1,1877. No.33 1MB IE3®»SIT€^I ••\". ' J 6 B • I •-•• PRINTING Has been refitted' with Hcvr Borders o f various kinds. Also «large .assortment of type of the most modern styles. With the additional supply of material we feel confident that we can give satisfaction on alt work entrusted to us, and solicit...

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 — 1 June 1877

iiiii^iiilip *Va«a 'fflfiti '*^%^oS0:-=Cy ^OSSIFOFl?lfE©A^ THE arms and ammunition factories in Connecticut, including thisBridgeport metallic w^ridge factory and' B Brothers' factory at. Waterbury^, are running night and day to fill orders from Russia and Turkey. The Winches- terArmsCompany, of New Haven, fill the cartridge*). Colt's factory, in New \" Hartford, is said to have recently re- ceived a large order frbm Russia for navy revolvers. . GEORGE PEABODY did much for Ten- nessee. He left a fund of over $1,- 000,000 to be used in educating the new South. , Tennessee has drawn thousands of dollars from this fund this year ft exacts to have $15,000 of the income. But what does Tennessee do for Mr.buildings, Peabody's memory? Just this: It re- fuses to pay the interest on $864,000 in Tennessee bonds, which is part of the endowment fund of Peabody Institute, Baltimore. '..:'\"''•• woods iitnlrthp-n ^iscon^ri aadJMiichJgigtt. 0n the 16th insif tirtre- wai~©nt- continuous Wazei |^...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 June 1877

STORM MUSIC. BY CHARLES T. DAZEV. List! through dusk silence wnrningly there steal The firut low notes of airy violins. With one shrill chord the symphony hegins, While of the thunder's diapson peal Rolls through the flame-lit sky God's chariot wheel. And harkl what trumpets hlbw from yon black cloud. While the strong trees in sudden terror bowed Seem from \\he tempest fleeing: then reveal The horror of their anguish by deep moans And waitings keen, or tossing to and fro Their tangled branches, where the angry wind Wreaks all&is mighty passion unconJined— Then leases them shattered, like braye men laid low. By war's hot breath, to die niid battle groans. —Scrilrner. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Snmracr Vermi n o n Fowl*. Fowls are subject to the attacks of two kinds of vermin, which in summer are worse than at any other season. The more common is a louse the other is a mite, which has the appearance of a minute spider. The louse lives on the bodies and feathers of fowls, while the mite c...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 June 1877

$j?*Si ii)ii\"iii'rif'itfia MilTQTESCAUttllT m THE FLY. Sl^e^^is'busted.^: y /':, £^§iitjjrjdMtteoV cornfamkin g its i^pear- y^gg s are cheaper than beef at present \\pil(^{,v: .\"V: '-^ ^':V-, : \\.^ ^ Bleisfaer is again manufacturing bpoteand8lw^. ' Wliai a lovely place the beach is on a vrarin, snhshihy'•day. Mrs. Dr. McEacham came home on the Menominee last Tuesday. 4 1 ^ is a good time to lean on the front gate and talk European war. Mr. A. T. Schulze, of Little Sturgeon, was in the village last Tuesday. -MrSi J. R. Maun favored us with a short but pleasant call on Monday. Miss M. Kilgore, of Bailey's Harbor, was in the village Wednesday. But hasn't the wind whistled, and the fires raged for the last few days? The potato bug is looking leisurely and wondering what delays vegetation. Turkish money is so depreciated that $45 of it only buys a pair of boots. There seems to be plenty of room for _ improvement on the county square. According to the old fishermen this Is the best y...

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 — 1 June 1877

• \"t??****^^ THE EXPOSITOR. pHARLES J, f/lXKriH, Editor and Proprietor. ^WishedHEvwjr Friday, AT '••.•'• STPBfiEOS BAY, : : i WISCONSIN. OUR COLOBS. Our colors with this banner wave. No matter what may come And the seemingly right to us we'll save, Regardless ofpleasure, passion, or fun! It has been the aim of the EXPOSITOR to get the general news—news of interest—and not to interfere with any one's personal business. So far, we are confident that nobody, who is not interested in the little ruffled feeling be- tween some parties in this vicinity, will disagree with us, that the EXPOSITOR has not showed any partiality to either side. Some seem to think (one or two) that a public newspaper—on the Independent plan- must not speak of anything in which a party's nam* will occur. Now, this is out of the question altogether. If there is anything which occurs publicly, and is of public interest, it should be spoken of in a public journal. There areno easels but what one side or thefreedom ...

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 — 1 June 1877

IP ': A' fi^^jfoof^tola *- - - \"Korhis the helm offtate, ^orglory of th» stricken a^ £ • \"i: ^^v3S^^mph,o!.de|^ ^V^:^ Ja l a coromon^ifars, V|\\fe cbmj He served his race arid \"Mug .Aa well as If his clerkly pen , Had nevor danced to rhyme 1'Ifvta in* thronged and notty • The Muses found their son Gould any. say bjta tuneful art A duty left undone?:' - •,«£'. lie tolled and sang and year hyi yea*. Men found their homes more sweet, , ~i Atb'dthroug a tenderer atmosphere * ..:. J9pe down the brlcR-walled fittest.- 'Th^ «rcek*s w„ild on«ict Wall stre«t-kpew. •'*•• TheBed Kin*walked Broadway, 3(|•• • -And Alnwick Castltfs rrjauj.ble* L --Jf,: From Palisades to Bay' - .-, ' lW»lr city hy the sea! uprteo , o--« .. • \\JMs veil with reverent hands . And mingle with thy own tn« pralso.'? r ' :. -And'jiridoof other lands. J xv:., ' 'Let Greece his fiery lylc Breathe•-'• '•. •!.•:• Above-her'hirb Urns : -'.s ' •!:.'•• : , - And J&otlaml, with \\vst tiolly, wreatne ,. Theflowe...

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 — 1 June 1877

FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS* P a t i t i n t o e Bank . I \"A penny saved, a penny gained\"— Be prudent and discerning I No matter what your wants may be, Don't spend all you are earning. Yes, tad! ire know the will is strong, Temptations come in plenty. Let fifteen dollars meet your needs, i . I *f y° u a1* earning twenty. |j«ay as you go, don't run ih\"debt— |ureat comfort is in knowing / that you are free from suit* and-diy* | That you are no man owing. / |3« ' - V'\": ''\"\" '\" \"A* lijBo many things you'd like to l&r' 1# Next month your pay in«ri„„ j r t -liook out, my lad. What tf? y •If there your income cqr Be nerous. but be This life that we ajpaving, fould lose much n We feel injoy/^1ving. „i/'ts3ust— asnre with the zest r^m ~„ „„., *.-, you'd like to know? low can y.oua'-i1'giadiy h e a r i t _ i a dangerous place, i always near it. ! bank all that you save, m you will have reason T o .iauit us for our good advice, Vhcn comes your cloudy season. /ou may have suushino all...

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 — 1 June 1877

?^&4»&^*i*^^ JPUBUSHEIJ EVERY FR1DA1 A DESPERATE DEEDj B Y ' * ERSKINE BOYD. AUTHOEOF \" T ^ B STOLBN CtaLp,\" \"DRI Corttinuid'Jrom last week* ri8ter\"Bowed\" reiipectfallySefdw H old gentleman, who immediately rose, and, with an. innate delicacy, moved to the farther end of the room. \"Sir/* said Noel to the magistrate,» you will find all the letters in this portfolio* I must ask your penninrioh toleare you at once, ae the ifineM of Madame Gerdy haa taken a most alarming turn.\" Noel had raised hw voice in pronounc- ing these last words. The Count heard them, and started with a pained expres- sion of face, as if the name just uttered called up sad memories of a once happy past V « You must grant me a moment, how- ever, Monsieur Gerdy,'' said the magis- trate, kindly and ruing, he placed nis hand on the young barrister's arm. \" Count Lionel de Valcourt,\" he said, \"I have the honor of presenting to you Mon- •ieur Noel Gerdy.\" The Count never moved. Not a muBcle of his...

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 — 8 June 1877

*..*:&m&*e^,^:vn.- xv ^ s ^ ^ * ^ * * * ^ . ^ . ' ^ ^ ^ THE EXPOSITOR. PHARLES jf/^/VURTIIi Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Friday, STCRGEOS BAY, t WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year (in advance). Six months \" \" _ T h r e e \" \" ' • « ' \" «•\".-\" . - — — $ x 50 •- •-•-' 75 ----- 40 IF NOT PAID 0NTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year.'..,............... ....„.......$ 2 w • — . i 00 Six months..,.. # t if/*'\". I N D EiljN DENT. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Intereat» of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door Cpujrttjprisccynsin, June 8,1877. -No. 34 The \"Holy Banner.\" THE EXPOSITOR The Czar on the Road to Take Command. THE CZAR WILL TAKE COMMAND OF BOTH THE RUSSIAN A ROUMANIAN ARMIES. THE TERI LITEST WAB SEWS UP TO COISG TO PBESS. [Tha$»the readers of the EXPOSITOR may thoroughly .understand, and get the true light in reading the above emblem, it becomes necessary to turn the banner up side down, owing to the ...

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 — 8 June 1877

• V ' r\\^*fWV*N\"^'S'3*'' THE EXPOSITOR. CHARLES J, ^lARTIN, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Friday, STTJBGEON BAT, : WISCOXSIK. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year (In ad*anre) Six months. \" \" . , T h r e e \" »• u . . . . . . . . . . . . . —$x 50 . . . 75 . . . 40 IF NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year . $a'oo Six months . . . ^ . . . . . . . . 1 00 HE I N T P E N D E NT. The \"World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home Tk*Interest» of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door Cwnty^fWisconsin, June 8,1877. -No. 34 THE EXPOSITOR J O B PRINTING O F F I C E Has been refitted with New Borders of various kinds. Also a large \"assortment of type of the most modern styles. With the additional supply of material w e feel confident that Ave can give satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and solicit at much of your patronage as you feel desirous ef giving us. All orders, sent by mail will receive prompt attention, and the work forwarded to the par...

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 — 8 June 1877

immm Ilf V ' J ^^'«rf'^i^^'«!^i^*ite^/.^ '^iiife^ii THE EXPOSITOR^ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY PARISIAN DETECTIVE OR A DESPERATE DEED: ERSKINE BOYD. / ACT-HOB ©K \"TIIB STOLEN CHILD,\" \"Dm VKN FBOM HOME,\" &C, &C. Continual from last ivtek. rtettr bowed respectfully fief ore tEe old ff9nU»man, who immediately rose, and, with an innate delicacy, moved to the further end of the room. .. •Mr,* aald Noel to the magistrate,M you will find all the letters la this portfolio. I most MIK your permission to leave you at on**, as the ifintM of Madame Gerdy has t*kea % most alarming turn.\" Koel had raised hie voice in pronouncv ing these last words. The Count heard tiwra. and started with a pained expreB- *km of face, as if the name just uttered called up sad memories of a once happy past. * Yon must grant me a moment, how* ever, Moiwieur Gerdy,\" said the magi*. «r*t#. kindly and rising, he placed his hand ,oa the yonng barrister's arm. • Count Lionel de Valeonrt,\" he said, \" I hav...

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 — 8 June 1877

• l ^ t i ^ V ^ * ^ '4'pirpetoftie'?' -':': The question is ea»y to ask But u answer,it, fully, my dear. Were rather a aiffitult tank Andyet|na bantering way.'•\"•:, • - A* the whip-poo-wUfringsin the glade, ' l%ye^rea^#^Jaff:V i , r. ., To tell how a paper u made. • Aitfedltor BUU at hit desk, , And ponders the things that appear To be claiming the thoughts of the world— Thing* jwlonui, and comic and queer— .And when he has hit on a theme He JtJdgoa it well to parade, He writes, and ho write*, and he writes, And that's how a paper is made. An txlitor sits at his desk-, • : And puzzles his brain to inIke out \"Telegraphic\" so i*iuauhled and mixed, It is hard to tell what it's about! Exchanges are lying around— While waiting dispatches delayed,, , He clips, andheclips, and. he clips, And that's how a paper Is made. An editor out in the town. In search of the things that are new— The things that the people hare done, The things they're intending to do— (Iocs peering and prying about...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 June 1877

THE FUTURE. 'm BY K. FAWCB*T. How vast is that\"mysterious land That no conjecture yfit hath spanned, . Filled always with it*.,boundless band Of varied possibilities. Ayrou^ht but of insubstantial shade, To distance does it broadly fade, ' With awful crag or woody glade. Or high superb tranquilities. And here a throng of roaming ghosts Walk, in immense unnumbered hosts. O'er ni'isty hills, by dreamy coasts, For\"ever widely wandering. Here„dwcll great thinkers, yet unborn, Beforuiers (whom their day.shall scorn), And lordly statesmen, service-worn, Deep problems gravely pondering. Here dwell rare poets who shall claim The laurels of transcendent fame, Orators that with shining name Shall grace unwritten histories. Here all those lofty minds abide, The hope of nations and their pride, Who cheer the mighty throngs they guide* Through time's majestic mysteries. But here dread shapes of shadow meet with black iintents i yearn to Bet th In sin's most dark obliquities. ape s ( Spiritis s...

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 — 8 June 1877

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P-BY- :' '- ': . CHABLwi. iuiwiif,'''..'\": ^TUROEOM B**» WlSfcONSlN. NOTES CAUGHT W THE FLY. How about celebrating the 4th et July? Mrs, I. B. Scott has gone to Michigan to visit her mother. Mrs. Mary Oleson went to Menominee on last Tuesday's boat. Scarlet fever is Teppited tp be raging in the vicinity of Clay Banks.? The Catholic church has been dressed with a new coat of paint on the outside. Scofleld & Co. have improved their mill by adding another Valentine shingle ma- chine. The County Board met in special ses- • sion last Tuesday, and have not yet ad- journed. California has 800 tons of honey to sell at close figures. There's cramps for all creation. The City of Woodstockloaded with shin- ' gles for Scofleld A Co. on Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. B. E. Hutchinson\" has appeared in our midst. His merry laugh has its old time chewy ring. The rain of yesterday afternoon was thankfully received by the farmers, and the public generally. Notice ohange of t...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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