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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 23 December 1881

|-[charities 1$yjbf:lM^ ^.?tenti6n • :t^^Bcfe|ii^:'' many of the n^iuV f grant?' 1%$M i^on-^tharBhores from ^ E u r o p ^ ^ ^ h o p e f c c B l y diseased or i are.^dep^flahlts^A^ large member iit h these pe|^e| afe sent overt b j .sthe' voathgriti^^tin fc»Deigu jedunttie^ a ^Others.aijjrsetj adrift by their friends (?) .^jyho are desirous £f getting rid of the ex- :-pense antf |na$t|l| of cutting fprthein. A .Jimilar c4s|^flfe|a8srefed immigration \" -(de^elq^ittieW at Hayrej France, vrnere alow, degiadedttiicf'wasshipped to New Tori on rVjSreneli steamer. .The-prisoner nmied Dunkeli anative of Switzerland, haaBerveaiae^entjBohterms of imprison- ment, aottd, in factjhn4, been in the work- housje oip^m^tlary almost' constantly since childhood. H e was still under sentence ^t^e.wp5khonse when he was taken out and'shipped te America, just as an English convict is sent to Vim IJie- man's Land. GonBul.. Mason at Basle protested . t o \\ the . -Liestal authorities against this outraged...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 6 January 1882

!B&£a«wttwlfc^^ y&BtWtmm heart*uhonld learnto feel' s^The «n*g1»tof = •J:5!^:**!^:!*!!^^^ TOth fountain In Uie Tn»fWt-til»oc ^iWiW*oaM« their pitcBera fulTV\"!? Jor»t«ii tte'jrtllige street, \"'• .'! : • Sey oyerran the inn, ' '•••' .v-v'•:•'.• . _... ^ «*Bmt8^rlpenlng crops,, And no and doro throughout the nlaht A ^ f S * ? 91*^Prenchmcni Jwronghtr Anwajg herpleaaant summer flelda :t - » o peacefulharmt brought. s*a*odthe«oldier«, ^-si- n» °o to «io rtrindL2\"' A. »* ^ P P « theia toatoaxren abor* Within a hostile laad, And then returned rejoicing:! i vBnt^Oiisiwtidh'ifiiteJ1 QoicWyd i t c h e d a mightier eorpa To hold the conquered gtate. Alas for Bodenstede! - How sad the sun uprose Thatday the foreign flags retorted ' ,.Beforebis goldencloser ''. , - Bodeforth Commander Mortier: . ^Sette»11 the men,\" he cried • -:! \" Who rule in Bodenstede, c And place them side by side • ^:VAn^aft^t!gnatigiveBVi--'•'?•'••• -•'•y • . Shooteach man where he Btands. T...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 6 January 1882

Stanreun Bar T C.L.,^elson Is still numbered with th » ••^fiL,--M-:'--'-'-'\"-----:-. '':.••'•• •\"\\i r?ffv :,-.•.•,-.. . . »• • : ^iTeyout.-v.^rfc',:- tor'-y«ur' : int)-j .vSnani^^M^rK^^ l^ S jitadtuWfjou forget it!4in di Our. skaters are sgainfenjoying them[- l: i )'y:- .^•••/ir v The boom for tax-Utlw has, in \"Prricrrtf* nd^alii • .for[ chiltoij eon tlnue to-|rrow saucy. p , Are there to be any masquerade paij- Get our new style of^ visiting earthi : We haVe/ldts of thorn. • * - I: There^lK)nkl1he'no place .In,/any com .imuni|j$fjfcs^ * )'' /*'': -. .,,.:': Afel^jfew: Y^ar^a callers «rcnt thai Jonn&nele ott^Mbnday^ j ^ WikMlaud cedar choppers and lumber meii begintolook blue, f Most of the peppie,of this section kepi tfewYear's \"at: honie\".:y • Did yon w e ar off ?'.'•' And how lent will you*keep your pledge? :'y. Wood is not as scarce in market as ii has been—nor'quite as costly. I ' The track of the Wisconsin and Mich Igan railroad has reached Stiles. Mr. John Le Ro...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 6 January 1882

iiiUB^ii.,.,,.-.^,..,,.,.,.. ..._„,..- _ j£0affi$M^^ many on both % • ^of in preference to !«&.•!, ap-syf- f :^ InDoor county the pdat-maaters, ai • 'a/ '^i'.t'ule ai| yery^o^^m the main offices, and no doubt could be locally elected to the position they now Vs . * o l ^ ' ^ the appointment 8y8ten.Appdintinent mean prestage, and presUgem ^preis^ Into this te free air and free | apeech, is depreiwion. -•••\" When we elect a man President ot the ^. United States, we giroJiini power great- er than any other man in the land, and Wh^nWe reinforce • him with cabinet y, officials and th^fir, ^renj^h j ^ with\" ^col: lectors and 80,000 piwtmasters \\afl fresh \\/recrnitsi he handles a personal pfestage faf,too great for any one man. But the great power given the. President by con- trolling appointments is not the worst • [feature^ ^VVO belietre the system tends t inaugurate arid fasten upon the people , (as is how Uie case) that \"to the victors belong the spoils.\"' In a presidential...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 6 January 1882

WimM nectiflfe Jhpf1- : * lf.OOO more females than t o w ^ p : # ^ t e tJte ralo gene^y^jthal j3Cw«CT^|*oif: in[ CaTjffJrnift iaiwi idrigw it theconvictsof ontfol jierto^ei^nal instjtutioiij ! hittCTb jpHMiuce^ by the Cbmese, and exported in great qoaJRties from the Pacific coast. -•:^ \"-T^a^^ifirLtJ^/'\"bi?the Northern Pacific krQ(lmi^iyfflay8 tlmt at thfiend of 1882 there wilf 4 •remain less ttuua, 100: miles to be built \"to com- ^plefce:the road, aithpugb this pert^n of the linfl i8themo«tiimctiltof the whole, lnduaicK two t ^ ^ He if) confident that\"through trainerwill be run over '. the entireline by September 1,1883, :':^H^''bY^i£8qnii : :n^-^tlerB axopouring intd th«ii^teingreatnumbers. I)arinfetho year ' Just closing \"about 9^000 pereoitf have jbeeri registeredby .thp.i State, immigration Society, and those who escaped its notice probably reg- . istered about, 46,000 ly from Kansas,^Michigan, Minnesota' and Iowa, the only southern state contributing auv oonalderable ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 13 January 1882

V-^-i:fe.i: AWflwe:tM.ate»r.BBhainMsbe,-,\", ... !AA'^?1&Luft :^&^^ ••.\"••••'• 'Si(Three-thousand mllcsaje W»T» nmstroll^5 That hold their Txwty fast , The sea-fan blooms in groves beneath, .- : .,.-And storks go lolling past, • : Hitter and yon the sand-bars lie, ' . - Where the prickly bash haa grown. And where the rnde 8ponge-fliher dwells , :.•-. InhlBTrattledhut, alone. ,A BouthTTird, «nid thi «fr*ita,AAA Is the Cattle Island Light Of all that bound the ocean ronnd It baathe loneliest.site, •:' A:- J:A.A.AAA. AAnA- :A !JA ' A' _ _ •'' *TwIxt earth and heaven tie waves are driven 8ore|y nponitsflank ' ••' ' 1: i Tho light streams ont lor sea-leagues seven /Tothe-gKat Bahama Bank.! A girded tower, aturiong Bcant » . Of whitened sand and rock, And one sole being the waters seeing, .. Where the gull and gannet flock. _ • ...: .•••o... .-..' .,:•• •! • .:-'.:- . - J . -•.. : '...•'•\" •:'.. He Is the warder of tbo pass ^ , That mariners tnnsi find Bis beartrdrtftsdown...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 13 January 1882

^Jtefl f&rmtmmlm&t mm W^^B lSllI mmm. :'/// 1 :/K! ^tt^^llenc^^^'^::Kv'^:-:y^-' ^ -\\ - ^ •/ ' • : / No man is ^ a l i times precisely equal 'V'^tb^OTOiavenraite. J / j ' / ' / '. .\"V ' Nexifc ffnadaytne pews will befi rented : a t S t » ^ | ?iiratham & Smith' intendfo blank ties at Circle Ridgftthis^^ ^ ^^ I! V Flattery lai likefalse -money i^ impoT- :-.\"'' wishes those whojreceive it. | The blackhead factory never suspends —it always tons oti fool time. ^ ••Win. Bailie, of Little /Sturgeon, has , lost a number ot, nets this fall. 1 1 .,.: i The small pox 8ieare seems to bei dying out In many parts of the countryji (••'• Farmers continue to busy themselves bringing tomrll the golden grain. The clearlng-up of the holidays lis gen- - erally poor reading for the masses. • It is easy enough to have a temper of your own—the trouble is in keeping it. It takes 'just three people to, keep a secret prdjperly, but two of the three must :.*: be dead. ' •'' .' J, , -To stand on ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 13 January 1882

iii^iiiMiSBliiiK |:$%*iatl^^ llted world, including remote empires were not reckoned within the pale of ^v]^i|^tiwB|ltept IdlicJitwis watch vwith | J * $ M $ i ^ ^ in his- ^neg^ioufand beloved ^sovereign now f occupying the throne^GeOTj&in^went into tnburniri^ for magistrate,* plain man of the people, a l ^ i a ^ ^ ^ cabin, nnrtared in poyerty, the maker of inatalled a hew president in the White I House. - Thus far the successor of Gar- fleld has conducted himself, in the main, with discretion and moderation may he continue to do so! But the people would be blind indeed if they had hot noted the fact tha^ men and interests schemes and policies, that were Supposed to have recwyed their quietus, are thaw-Austi ing into .nejw and aggressive dife in the warmth of jwhat we are still permitted\" • to hope may prove an illusory expecta- ••': tibn of executive farof and patronage. Whether jthe re-statement, with prac- tical applications, of the Monroe doc- trine, which the year ha* witn...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 13 January 1882

^ ^ S ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^i^^k-^^, lJ^^:.r}i^^Zr \"DL- lot: comparison, the figures for_1870: States and territories, according to these 5f8,820 males and ^,636,963/females. !/©f our pjpifot & peopl^in:^0t^679^3 wer| pffbreign birth.l: Ourv composed of men, 105^466 GhJaesei 148 Jnpanese^ and 66,407 Indians. It is interesting toJcom- when the white population Was 33,592,- 245, the colored 4^88)6,387^ the Chinese 50^79 the Indiana (estimated), 111)185. The white, populationhas inijeased nearly ten millions in the ten years and the colored population * about J700,Q06. The Chinese have nearly doubled in number during .the decade and the'lii- diaps have lost almost half their number iri the same time, : - \"One of the interesting features of the census is'the large increase of the colored population. . Tbeycolbredimen outnum- ber the whites in the states of Louisiana, -Mississippi and South Carolina. The following shows the relative increase of the: two races in these states since 1870: thec...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 January 1882

I missed it little, took small thought That silent waaitB merry din, Becatuw itemelody wMwwroght - Into the U&adXuttiD spin It was »lark tost aaag moot sweet Among the •unrtee olood to ted know hi»nw nearmy fee Although be sang so higito'e AndWough ho sang soiiroa indctoar _ Vp to the golden clouds abore, His throbbing soni seemed I twineditwifliUie web I ThelongidayVglojy atUl drew on _Then Autenircame: the Summer fled Tbemnriothat IJored wasgone • -lie song was hushed—the singer dead. •/•••• '-..:'• ''•:'}'''•:. ^v:'--':: m.v •••^•--' .:-i-r':'':.^\\' = Iwove on with a steadfast heart ••My web grew greater, fold on^fold. 1 bore ittotto jrowded mart: • They j«id my wage in good red gold,— Bed goldi and fine. I turned my back, Tho city's dutt was in my throat— No brook ran bubbling downits track « Ko bird thrilled out a tender note- But city noise and rash and heat, The gold wasred like minted blood, ' ,-yc' Oh I for thooool grass to my. feet, ' & The bird's song, and th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 January 1882

1 TKAB, $L5Q..I 6 M0&, 75c. | 3 M0&, 40c. Ajsavi&g womt«i is \"a blessing in any famflijr.''VS^'r ^:.' : ' :\\ Ic» dealers will! soon be harvesting tM'crop. £ y|^-'?'• •.-\"\" •'•• !•••'•Â¥-:• • JnU is visiting his sister, Mrs. jvR'ijUrnoi^ •:•:-: .' !,,'•'. Tjbei winter fitonths have passed the 'Tialt^^'* state. ^V-•'.'•• •-, M-. ' Mrs. Allen^Higginaiis recovering from Ler] recent illaess. -'.,\" : •- ' !'.'• 33he longWinter evenings bring malny pleasant re-unibnBT •- - Teams now traverse the «ice to the bayWithou^ac^identi- J ^ ^ Masse, the hardware mail, is in MilWaakee oh basinets. -, An effort will he inade this winter to repeal the tramplaw. r Idleness wastes a man as sensibly as industry improves him. Birmingham is drilling a wellforfMr. Shaffer, on Church streetl Theorder of Good Templars in this village continues toigrow. ^ Pretty fair sleighing iri spots, anddx- celfeiit wagoning all over, ! : ' Two Elvers, it Is expected, will soon be alivewith ice-harvest...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 January 1882

.:JAN. 20. 1882. iitb&$ikteai*no$ so large within Wisconsin comes Forme„ f&rtre: ^Isfooliiit!^ S : ^ : t ^ !|S|::^|k:i^ .^bthef | S ea^h $0 ^ :: detefmiriation -ffitj^fa^iip&oJ^Vto ^/j^-.leiwon-tai^htv^^ struggle in behalf i of the black slaves blithe south, should ^ ^ they should n ^ i ticai to become^d^ep-rootedlihat conflicts }:\\ l\\yi^ bur free principlert. Tet it seems '% | ihatiinthefa? yrest: slavery^now exists, 1 that is far more shameful I A :' negroj Blavery. ^ Paul 33oyntoh, in his53,9211» vj receivt trip down the Missouri run across | I'I* cjdribus matrimonial custom that the I \"Government should look into. One night •:-: i he Was ekteflained by a rancher nameddisc|sslon i George Mince. A comely squaw presided over his household, and three pretty half-broed children called him father. To his^uest he confessed the fact that lie had bought this woman at Standiifg. Rock agency for a horse. •' He purchased her a r a substitute if or his Indian wife • waomhehid...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 20 January 1882

sftSeiecfei|i^^ chief executive, 1 have the honor, in! obedience jte^the reijuireriiehta ol thd oonsUtotidii^df sn fe tmtobgtoydnmyfiMai^tiar (Sb0§im^Kid with'the responsibilities •fhtoa^hnim wbichl nave beenchosen, oo : niedaeVithas b e ^ ^tlemen^ inchidiDg my immediate predeoe| A fu:Mot. *rho'i hM i4ajtn&teTed the affaire of .sta »' *ith marked ability and to -the:satisfaction• t ^^•w^-r^^^^^y^'baiif beenone.of nhparallel prosperity to the nation. United once more the bond^ of peace and harmony, with all e tiona) strife-abated, the country has^made :.:•!:••• gantic• •'strides ahead. Onr nation has bei !: blessed with health, with abundant harves ' and a greater degree of prosperity than in as] former year and had it not been for the eh ,:y•-' of the assassination of oar lamented Presidt ,, the year would have been one of the most BUO \".-: ctfcaful and happy of our nationalJifeV r 3 •\"••'I cannot refrain from speaking in this . nection a few words in relation to our late . ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 January 1882

i : JlayweWe bo compared. taJiny Nor ta thenioneth isnd ttraifeth ,™, ,_.„ , Mtoa J^MifaijjiaSfl f t K e a e ^ e c i d x y ^ • • *, :*^-$&*3 ^h:wwaav*aiva k*J: fci *-\" •'\"'\"\" '^:pH^^5ierfl»ls : Hto Eabra«JV •:-\":./— ^ l n ffie enae thereof beguynoth the spiyazei That Ume cbildrea i« nioBt apt aad redv- - - To reoeJyve^^oiu^^^ nurture sad lernyh^L : Uwjttbetoirtaeth the «fx yeresfaro%nee -±&myi*<g the ertb with pleMMint verdure: 30M* «o»fjoik*oathtSWgSk WndOiynge, ^o^ht dooth lug spdrte An* *»notttf pleasure. APBILM. ^The next six yews maketh f ouro and twentr \"* *°\"\"* \"' r^tJSu?8*?*?'M&lnwfcl plenty, ««N*W-Mf lostes.to fBUiO. * • itiuijs.* ,\" ••'.\".\"' A^MttBttOaltt * K i ^ a n t e i n g a t e a y f U i , «, ^ i ^ t y yen* man tt incbyet Mting? •Rtoagant and Hasty to everyluianMa eygtb v In b&raUand Btrengtho to wonien pie«yng. ,JTBtaOfc»-''-.''.•,•.''•.••' ''' InJun e aUthynsrfalletfa.to rypeneseo. •'- And Btudyeth lor to acquire ry...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 January 1882

-,,. .::•.• .\\ .V• y .^y ? ^-^ •-.- 'yy .y: ' Keepyonr stable*'Cleaiiand\\rellren4 ..y r Jt eoftb: '^ii/to!|^n^ i»rt»neB. than y---X^\"^^-t^^li^»^Iw(iaivv,H'. M '^-:o^-'.^•\"- j ' . y '/...''• H^ the nectarof exist- ence scalding hot. i : y y | •• ,. Wasl^t^ • '•'•, . ••' -s)w^M.too.'fres^%^^j|::'''U±.- '•• '.-':• • ••\" . . : ^ New discoveries bfore^reniade in the ^ -V\",V:-}.Menwnin!^^ • ^' '•'•••' A man's idolatry isi for an idea, a worn- y'-y:!'...' an^ for a persbn. 1 .y • ThellatestsUng phrase is raid to be— \"Pnll tpi your st6c|ting8.'' - . y • : WmV B^fltaan, the: clothier at Green Bay, has made an assignment. = \" The iceharvest ia going on extensively among the \"outside! barbarians\" : It takes doughib] feed chickens but it takes subscriptions toTuij newspapers. \" Th thermometer has,been down to sixteen degrees below zero, at Oconto. ^^ ^Qcontocounty has voted togive a bonus • lor a ra^ioad^-payable when the road . isco^Iete. : : •• - c : .- * • { :-' •* ' Take care...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 January 1882

the! Jeannette, in trying :to reach the !Nor1thP^ making preparations to send oat expedi- tions to try and reach the vicinity of the : ^l»!by*t^^ be nothing more or less than fool-hardi- ness. Of reaching the immediate locali- ty there are now only two ways that pVomise any snceesa. One is from the ftlnwMly established, which expectstoad- : t'vaffl&:!8t$iv^ perhaps reaching th^ pole in four or isVe jears. This is elow but sure. Another is to w^t nntil sash time as air nariga- -'tioh ^ an aecompUshed fact, when, of course not only the north but the south 'pole -tii^l^^Mi^^^ ^yernmente should prohibit instead of aiding any further explorations such as that of the The Confederate bona speculation turns out to have no better foundation than the imaginary treasures of Captain •'Kidd, which are supposedi -to be lyini around somewhere in Manhattan Island or its vicinity/- MRv'^i^jamifi»Vtiia'-lex- Confederatei^ret»ry,^tState dispones of the whole question in'•••aletter/ His opinion,...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 27 January 1882

female help into \"the factories and woik- mm ^ | l | i a ^ r ^ ? ^ v v ^ their 7 * o n n ^ ^ v ^tiJBfc^iarforceyiwt for their biead, the ainiiof parents should be to ieen their children^ojit^of^acforieaand workshops j as long as possible, in order to promote { to M^|^ej^1eiAeid* thefir phjBuiaJ|nd •':•,ir.ental ^e^o^nient: 'The KeW^lftrk Herald of a,fe(»nt date,Vwmmenting «n -thi s evil says '^Cah't it be* stopped? Same of it might on the ground of cruel- • ..|ty as, for e»atinple| cash boys arid girls who* at 10 years of age Are in the stores from early morn tall '6 o'clock, and then attend^ mghtisch^ie. In what degree f are factories taqre cruel than this? Be- \\'° eently a leading ^nke r in TTall Streej was amused by an appantidh in his -office of a small, spare^ girlish-lookiDg lad, who.\\said he had come, hearing an . office boy was^^wanted. -Upon further1 questioning he gave his age as elevenJ j his occupation as cash bay in a large dry j goods store, exhibiting his badge...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 February 1882

plllll Sfe^sS^S^SKTs? ^ ' \\rSdwefttliOToattidewbetethebnv4BlitpRgo, \\ JtnA fleroe firom«n qnarterBthefour winds wow- VOldwMtherted «nd the jpreat waves swell.'. •With c&aanwbeneath ttem»s black asI^hell. r • V-.'S^-fNA'fltt'atN^^withw'i^'x^^V-' 2 \"\"IM^ 6 ^ B*JÂ¥Bhlve^-the lithe masts ieel, : And the sheeted ropes are M{ smooth aa Bteet ' : ^ d oh that the sailor were safe oncemore Where the sweet wife smileB in the cottage doorf The Htttoisottage,h shines afar O'ertheluridseas, like thepolarstar,! ^^.mariner tossedla the jawsof death •W^t-t Hurla*t theBtoravadefiant hreatb v 8 h ^ to his nwtesthiroUBh the wishing foam, \"Oooragel tfease God, we shallyet win home I\" ^ t j ^ ^ ^ f e ^ * ^ ^ Wtteiiain,\" How bright thepjctnw thatases pTaiSl\" tHtoUttle maid crocraing her roell^ sK 8 **** crows from theoit3leii S 2 J?***0 ??*•Â» * n d »heketUe sings, ^dftwimel^jownfarttte picturebrings. :&^:*ea«ierontoioW&ut the wihdabl balm JForeverfloato'er that Isle of palm. O f...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 February 1882

ImSi plllll pliii llltlii ^ • W ^ ^ i l ^ t i ! A pleasant call yesterday from \\ Bosnian, ofGardner.v -'::vj• '' ^-: v- - • , j ? '\\:St Valentlple D ^ one week froni r ^ fsear Strum* &£ Sevastopol, grine mnch^-ra boy Sunday night ' \"' ' 'Lijst Monday evening] Rer. E. Blu~ s retuifned irom his mission at Egg Ha •• _• bon ^ ^/./-': '/ :f:VK: v'\" Moses Sanville, Of Eggi Harbor, gave splendid wedding dinner on Monda ( I t don't regnire pracjace^with a basj ball club, at this season jof the year, ^•:'' vtftk •cbld.^:.:••v('••, \\ ' ' ^ '-y ''' ^'''\\Cb«iriQan'.Ed.:kinhey,]biNasewanpe(, . ^ was in town yesterday ldoking after th ^interests of that town. '\" Mr. I?. Moore, Who has been over 01 r the west shore of Green Bay for so p l, weeks, is Home again. j . ! * *,:.. Mr.Hnney, the oldest gentleman of all I is now numbered with|thej ailing, j.W : 1 tr^ist his illness willbffibruf. ! De Hart 2dcCnmmijfa of Fish -Creek was \"in town for a /short stay Tuesday We received an agreea...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 February 1882

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