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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 February 1882

mmzm gspgL- w. ii :V gibtuld the infliction of the death penalty, and test against the barbarism, inefficiency, andperfl to innocence of capital punish- ment' Failing its abolition, I earnestly urge yon to leave to the jury—the best and safestjof iadbuna^^ its infliction. Thu tnU make ocmyiction smer, will meet most fnfly the circum- stanbes'at'faob. c^,and , whflesiiQpre- Asarajngtlie terror of the death penalty, ~ if there3be. aoygvirtue in that, will be mem m ha^ony with the hnman spirit of the age/ The pretense of insanity wiU not tiien succeed, as it now too often dbesv ^ alxdisb: the death penalty, you might substitute fair it the severest form of imprisonment. Let me remind' you, quoting the substance of another's summsriaation, first, that the present tmcertainty of the death verfirt lessens the deterrance of the death penalty second, that with its abolition for smaller offenses^ their number, in proportion to the increase of ipopulation and the facilities of their (jpmmissi...

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 — 10 February 1882

^ ^ ° 9 ™ \" M h tpthaiparchod pilgrimfcfliigijig ^^^ep^OBghtvaicic tender. shadows Urowin ._0'erbroadileaved8edgoana-li!ij8paBstdnpale, • \" TTgfroflverynosBystones and'pobbles flbwlna ,^Ple8a brooUttta6vrairgra8^7iUe.f -\"IK:-' Tinder toe Btars, gWd^cbfldho^'B way dreaming .in qntet hamletsBet intnoorlaiids brown? i ° under tbe etjfts, the ruddy! watcb-ftreB gleaming - Around the walte of sQmp beleaguered town Maontoe^lni^cdorandwar.eteeddyfaiff _fnJld the Hood-atalnedflowersand trampled corn i With broken shield and lonce aU shivered & m \" Where Btood » dialled host at dewy morn. * ^ ^ T 7 B a o » 8 . bome by the restless foam : 6ho&rnn ^ ^ of-~^weetg ? M U r S 4 : W l n ^ 1 ^ : * h e j«*» moonbeams ^ J 5 ^ l i ^ r e ^ a B ^ n i y s e a , ? * i ' 'So & o W °2fwhZ nevW more wilWiiten -x) your lpwwbispe^throngh the hbnsebild tree. Slbvfin^1?111^ m l B ^ °P r *W wo'l'd enfold,! B n ? ? ? ^ ^ 1 ^ W«l»t Characters of gold. * s J^* ' ^ cl,f«e'? eyes their trut...

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 — 10 February 1882

Sgs X TSBmoFsiiBseftm •Y:'H\\-^ B«ti^ .v-1 sipecimens {t the post A|iD HAPPfcSIlfGS. Sprinkle ashes on your icy sjtiewalka Don't leave the tiorsea^untied in tliej\" ftreets/ ..••.••'•.: •. • • \" The small-pox has departed fr6m Fort : Howard. r'-' •'.\" -:,j V f - The mail stage? have been making gooJ time. '•}' Nnrcerous loads of hay are being brought to town. Wood, ties and poets are being brought in rather plentiful. t An early spring Is. predicted—the weather is with tut now. Therejias been no cases of snu.ll pox here so far as we have heard, j '!'.-'•,,' It i* dangerous to be fowiiig around nightji. .'All'dogs are not chained I. ^Remarkably well has Sturgeon ^ay escaped sickness so far this winter. A good: many of our farmers are con- templating building this summer. Mr. Newell Washburn is?on the sick list—temporary lung and chest allmen£ And now A. ,M. Spear has invested in some more valuable horse flesh. It's a \"flyer\". \": , i *j.. / . {^\"Cure your.cough with Ta^Hpiiey....

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 — 10 February 1882

1 GU1TEAH 8KSTEHCED. ? Judge Cox has*delivered his sentence in the G aiteau trial which, in substanc o ' i s that the assassin will be hanged o a Friday the 30thday of next June—jmi two days less than a year from the tim e the dastardly \\ crime• Vas committed. Dqring tiie reading of the sentence Gui- teau Btood apparently! itomoved, anjd with his gaze riveted iipon the judge r but when the final words were spoke^i, he struck the table violently, and shout- ed: \"And may the Lord have mercy on . your soul! I'd \"rather stand wnsre I do than/where that judge does^ and where Your Honor stands. Tin not afraid w die I stand here as God's man and Go'd -..•\"Almighty will curae^very man who had a part in procuring this unrighteous ver- . diet. Nothing but good has come from .^arfield's removal und that *will be trie .verdict of posterity on-my inspiration. I don't care a snap,for the, verdict of I this corrupt generation. I would rather a thousand times be in my position than in that of t...

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 — 10 February 1882

The -Vasij area e^ fertile errantry it t_je % northwest yet urjsett-ed, and the n swer fields b ^ p g ^ p e i q ^ i i ^ h e jBrit pbs^ sessions woold eeemingiy present i uch indawin^ts to immigrants as\"to ntake them ?ye^|afetidions in their selebti ?ns, and ^.de^mentalt y tothipse port ions of th%^Jreawly settled weirt where re clamafaon and improvement is n« cesi- saryv••••,• \"Tho^dividual interests of st ites and ^ritoyies/however, ayert the ef- fects of ithe.roseate prospects in the\" newer fields, by forcing.(schemes td render f^rfile the ,barren lands within their borders. In Colorado] Bepresi at- ative Belford has proposed a new pb] icy in regard torrid land. There is in all the Pacifi|c States and territories much land that is valueless for [agricnlt ire until it can be subjected to !a system of irrigations The inauguratetthis neces-- • s&ry iwork would require an immei ise onUayofjmpney.j This land lias txien unocciipi(id i except by herds of stoslr. Belfprd's jDfeser...

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 — 17 February 1882

\"Sweet love and laughter'u$ the dream ot youth, ,iAna soft oontentmentlB*golden bar 'Whlch«uit»a life within ite commonpUoe : • i . JuWhc^ld world grow*wiser In the troth nutwoxowa taahlon xm to what we are :'•' iinarouee. the invincible genius of our race. : •:.: n^HOHt'V *™*y: iny thought or sighttoail The aoourge and struggle of our coipmon lives. A^S^S*£**«L«worldithatSriveB^ i . On aMMeBtruetion, wat^dlsease, and thrall rt? I ^ ^ ^ S ^ t * * '*» «» e call w j,JJl^*niJ,'*,?'S?^w,wiB the Spring revlvea It hae the winrntf dawn and blithely stifvea mlaneareetdto lta faO To sing wheal S? a 2iS!^^ M d »^» 1 »tlonB™«ygohy • r *•Â»Â»Â«** that have betrayed n»: but we stand . * % 'ffaww^hitakope things nib the hearts ^mehern immortal to us till we die, •. •••'•' wrarida tnajces such men of us that we withstand , ffito-womsh yeaW which crush us and depart ''.'»•'•',•\"' • '.^pxir'juam^i'. ] ! / '• Xove is forever and divinely new, r As young as-when thefirstheart learn...

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 — 17 February 1882

.•*!-: .?.-%1 -'^M^i^'0^^^^'^^^M^X:&^^l^iS'^T'. »ttfa6 Po«t Office »t Stureeob Baj HOftjj I in able to'1 l\"i NeweirWashburnis aronnrL\" y • The velocipede has again made its pearance. 'j !••'•:-. ii- : \\ -j ^ , Old gentleman Pinnfiy's health\" tinues tofaifc :,'.\"!.:' ir H'-'.. 8^\" COLLAB FOUND.—A fur collar awaits an owner at this office. JS^The best cough medicine!—\"tar Hoi Next Wednesday is Ash Wednesdky, SorvicesattheOMholicCharchi | -TJie ice is getting somewhat honey-! combed. A cold snap will stop this. The'''goosej! bone\" ~ani snow i storms must both have gone south on an exci r- eion. •• _.,,['•-•. v\". /'\\.'-'\\.. ' •(! ,:• AxtelDreu^zer, of Chicago,, has! ptr- chased C. L. Hayley's place, .niear Circ le Ridge. _ .- • • .j !. '•: „'. W(B may hate \"slippfnsr/'hnti^ismtd instead of show and many% are n chappy. . . t .\".-[. •-\" \" . hf J' •'-'-!' H$n. E. S. Minpr and AM. Spear ha: tf ' goue to Madison, to see the political kdt- •tie.bo^i.- % i ^- *. • • - j-:...

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 — 17 February 1882

. CBCI8B OP XHK! LOST JEAS|nBTTE. - Lieutenant^a«^hbwer,df^the arctic I Steamer'Jeannet£e,|-crushed in the ice of 1 the North last June.Ii» slowljy working, his \\ # y b&ck tocivjtfizatiori again. In a dispatch to~ the New York Daily Herald, dated Irkutsk, 4th1iiBi^he giver interest- ing n ews - concerniiw&life .on \\. board the Jeannette/tHe new discovery bf islands, and probable whereabonts of Capt. De Long, who was commander of the Jean- nette',' From the despatches as published, we clip the following!paragraphs, which will be of particular iuterest to many of our readers • V-v-J-^t. -'..-, .r.ji\"\" '-..Mv? . ,•' De Long's party la between stations Buleur (Bolinoi?) arid Sisterouck (Ust Oloaski?), in a narrow]wilderness eighty, -miles long, devoid # habitations and game. Jerome J* {Joljlins volunteered to stand by the dying seaman, Hans Erick- •on, arid let the others! of De Long's party ..push south. ^The new search'buildB huts/ and goes over every,inch of the region...

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 — 17 February 1882

lilfe eda OOTI. and Valuable dpcnmept i^ro^nTnththeBtetiflticfiofthe eteelVpi^ttaiion of the United ^nd acc^panyinffmapsandcbarj^illas- l tratraB.Jt?location and progress, p J ^ aM eihauBtive history of tbflimanu' fajt^ aiid productiou of iron atfd steel . • ^fronafthe earliest ages\" of the world to the prcsW date. This extended history re- ' latoolel to the development | of the Jprodnction and mannfacture, and not to C the-\"econqmic or legislative policies by which they have been developed. |TheW are mentioned • in. connection with the history of the iron and steel production only^tdsay that tney are not the subject of comment. The production is ||raced -.'. over Africa^ Asia, and Europe and the early efforts at production inlhe Ameri- can colonies, and subsequently gin each o f j l h | ^ ^ la given. The eoncfuding , sentences of the work are as folio M We are to-daydie second iron-making and 4teel making country in the world. Irija little while we shall surpass even Great Britai...

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 — 24 February 1882

:. Bat peering forth, what change'•:we saw around— \"I^»kI look!'^ TTO oled, /'see, grandma, ther •* &::•:•• thagromiai'' . :t.v -v.!-- '.:' '-•:'-: --':--v^: '••• The simple tnrf it was, but chndhood's mind . (:Tn common thinK* can growing marvels find. ' Oar weeks were long, and wo had halt f orgiot • How looked the earth when drift and glare were We saw our Bnow-mea 4 f dead\" about the yard, O'erthrown and headless on the spongy Bward* : The sodden leaves, by Indian rammer cut. ' 'Xay thick about naaa we knew them last- \"The steamysheep went wandering forth at will. The barn fowls strayed wlUi orow and cackle shrill • i Keep down the cattlerattheir blackened boots? * ^An d pigeons tawngedthe btteanf smoking wofo. ^•••Bere •crept^.toqwk,'toew'-vpoi^LrW\" : )\"The wbri^inade hewP w e ^ c ^ a ^ d o l i , how £H!£%5& 8 9 ?^2 1 6 ^ #&• brownnli everywhere ^And TomJfg hatchet, missing since Ufo/snow, - S^i *5§ a m 2' w h o n rar wondering looks she saw, : asala, .\"-y...

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 — 24 February 1882

8 £ ^{a^jsii^l^ox.^'said-fepw! !^rer leridloow you can hot pw Alex. Meikle jeturned from Mariii ette £& U*ntarti^ :\\ ! .| :'..'.[j S!r! -iSinaii-po^ country isi on the decrease. 4 r BSST^Fatfier Blaine's, one horse c^i I isBtill/forisale^»t a bargain/ I ft ' A small c#d wirVe strikes this section at long intervals, this winter. ^ ^ 0TCvrc your cough with Tar Honeyl The canal haw been clear of ice a large ^ share of the time this winter^ ! ?. p e ^ h b throws' out suspicion should aiojiceibNe^ v?r A good many-settlers are coriiirig rata this and neighboring counties^ I J :' Frank Bird has quit woric in the lum- ber woods, and gone to Chicago} : •:• \"'. A pleasant call Monday evening fj|om ] Boyd and Pan^'Lettry, of jQreenBayl | Coasting is resumed with a vigor that :! plays \"smash'* with -the rickety hajpd- 'sleigh. - '[[•' : W ''••'••••' '!' ' • : '| 'V- i Prof.Tice struck the laststorm to a T, j and is entitled to wear a new feather, in • !hisiiat. • . ,: ' , J -/..Vjw'js...

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 — 24 February 1882

i s B — ^ j ^ 1882 fBBI AND HAPPENINGS. \" \" t. :\"0rM genUeman^ f or collar] awaits Nfeyerj|?ndinqrtitjian ^ WWt Alex. Meikle returned from Maripette Small-pox throughout the state and c»uri ^ v Bf^jHiei\"Blome^ one horse c i'tter. IsstHi forsalet^ata bargain. | ^ . ''•* A small cold wavei strikes this se ttion at long intervals thiswinter. ['\"\"^ :EgPCiire your cough with T£r Hone '3 ? _ ^ arge .share of jtlie time tWswlnteiv •: ^-H^who throwsout suspicion's! oullA. at onee be suspected himself. ^ JK •v \"A good! inany settlers are coming into this and. neighboring counties. ' • Frank Bird has quit work in the lum- te woods, and gone toChicago. i A pleasant call Monday'evening !romj Boyd and Dan OXearlyibf GreenJBay. ] Coasting is resumed with a vigor that r plays ^mash\" with the rickety hanuV -.-: sleight' t \"''-'- '/•'.\\'. ~ - !.' -\"!f:'V':! •-.- Prof. Tice'struck the last storm to a T, and is entitled to wear a new feather in .\" his hat. • ...*:- -' '•'' -j : •: ' \\ v...

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 — 24 February 1882

, .'^I^^!S&^^^^, Mormon Chorch called the \"Reorganized Mormon ChurcW*\" under the leadership of Joseph Smith, the son of the original '^•l^m^ile^jtjifti has lor thelas^thiTJ^ 4 y « ^ d^^ iltUsei6f ppj^amypaiid ©yen s p n i ^ ^arjji^ ? iBome ten thonsajnit inorinbnSi who had' 'hithertobelieyeti in polygamy as a, part of their relig^n. Th'ese non-polyga- • • mott8 Mormons t i ^ ^ d w s s e ^ a' mPmpf -rialti)Congress' in regard t o polygamy as practiced in Utah, w^ing^ for the en- actment of^ laws i that iwU? effectually suppress thiis^practice. They claim that polygamy is a perversion of their system, introduced by Brigliam Young, and are in hearty sjmpiaithy witti the /law which denounces and rfprbids it, as'.. a crime. This is certainly a new phase of ttif questidn: JPolygamy, according to this memorial, is no proper part of the Mori- Tnon-faitWbuta^loathsomeand disgust- ing i m m m b r a ^ ^ upon^ it by .hypocrites and impostors* which, being a crime should be punished, lik...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 24 February 1882

mM&ffS^§^^$i& ofl^er coimteieB as • prodnoet of i Britain-stands first, Germany third and France fourth^ In 1880 we produced only abont half as much iron as C reat ' Britain, but $ra tarned out more B ssse- appears| mCT^Bteel and but little less of all l?nda of steel than is placed to the credit of that country. To give the roundfigores the British yield was7#50,OJOO ^toiis of iron, 1,044000 of Bessemer and 1, 16,- 000 of aU kinds of si^l, whilefche^Aiuer- ican production reached 3,835,000 tons of iron, 1,074,000 ofBessemer and l,i ^7,- 000 «f \\M^a^fpliM^il:[iiMimM'B production of pig iron in 1880 is given, at 17,j588|000 gross tohav and' of steel at 4,343,00^ gross tonW Of these amo mts the United j States produced twenty tjwo per'centi of irojdT and twenty-nine per ceotofsteeL THE X0SM0H SECT. ,,__...... ijgt^|pwOffle$ i-wor& ^^^^o^ make the paper circulating libra LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDIN tjHttdd. The Mormon agitation bids fair to] re- ' suit in the reformation of the...

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 March 1882

»,»&*JespB?-tt> W t e * i * ^ n t t y Bun %S^hfriln« oniliorlittlefawv, ' The flroajjh* gttnta opoii be^Twlr, \" M s vttciova Wof*wa I oh, bpw lair, And soft she sleeps my little one, : ? And,8adlyto and f to I pace ' ^ • And dream anew o^oldenbHsa. . The flowers I plucked far her delight -:: Havefalleni ftoni the tiny hand ^\" . The panted toy that charmed her eyea With quaint design and action, lies - '\"• Beside the pictured book • Strange thoughts arise, oh I blcssom bright, \"That vex and thrill me as I stand Anear, and on thy features look. Thy mother's /ace,\"thy mothert smfle, ' ' ThyniQthcr'B.rJnglotB flowing free,. Her tinted cheek,-her forehead white, : Her eyes, brown-wells of liquid light, i- •••••:. Yea, all'her charms are thine Thy mother kissed thy lips erewbite, Before she sent thee forth to me, .And to thut kiss I added mine. , And when this evening's shad- _ #_«, Ahdjhou art by her side ar jf™taD' Will she, too, Beek, asXh ^ ^ ' , , t •• The kissW...

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 March 1882

Ill es, all girls ifroieidf mice and to beRe- aro publicans, who enjertal^ Dcinoc-rata for r Thejmeeting,of ffieviWfi^» lfi^^|f St. Patrick'* Day. M]areh JI7,1sjt|» bo called AUintenwted ahoiild take npUce of this ofEgg H8rbor/a^e home lart Wednes- day from » visit to Kewaunee. They iSt Patrick's Day, March f^m.to-djfty p Both teams and lumbernic discount now. ? iAlex Meikle has again n the west shore, It will soon be sucker tlmi your spears ready. There Is a large amount in Shawano county. f The late thaw is driving men out of the woods. Sleighing has Wirely di|ap|pearJB^ at least from this! section.! I T -£? A large number of wild cafe 1 avl been killed ia thia county this wiiitey. tS£*Afl druggists sell Tar I tone} forcoldsi , The small pox lias disappfai edj fjrom rejryriiear lay last, tesidenceV going f epere.j enjsefor the.ice. Green Bay, Fort Howard and :• . • -v. -.:'|- :• ', '• I | ! It's an almost every day oeei men or teams tobreak throagl '•\" •'• •••••••\"•'•' '.. ...

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 March 1882

$$&&• «:&^^fc«^e^:ft*!AtKtS - ft Ings truly national |that will- ing hearts ofiall interested in this fijee goj| eminent, as did the occurrence pf July. 4th, 1776! Such oventa are national, arid if made national holidays would be iluly and truly observed for all time. lint rn^k are too [ shorMived,—when one pass|4s away another fresh light takes h isplac^j new admirers, spring up a few genera tions and mother time so fades t tiers n^ greatnessthat it is merely referred oas one of the \"has beens.\" yj No matter how patriotic, belovec, or great, mere man is too weak, upb i w lien -to balance, ^or mbre than , tei ipo a r | purposes, this great land of equality ana freedom!. I . i' , • • '•' - -'5, -v. , . :—- ^ . . ECCErKTBIC WOMEW Our Washington correspondent wliosfe letters -have \"not appeared in theso umns for some time, thus paragraphs in his iast week'sJetter = \"Washington probably possesses njiorb eccentric people to the square inch than any other city in the lau...

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 — 3 March 1882

w x • . .The ' fa3b»|state^ . M|. \\ ware Jiroijijsijfe^^ ? abroad, ,^^^'^fiiiHi^^JBflfed*v m :4ho*!M«|t ^I:JSew. Ift^letteirof ''JK-ieeoeat:.wtte.iaajw*3rej•' \" gar^ ^ r ^ prohibition in Francp: ^ \\ copy pf the bill recently introduced [into \\ the I^enci chamber of deputies ripg- the decrees of February against American pork -has been* • here. :{It provides that 'salt pork foreign countries, accompanied by &\\ . tifioate attesting that the meat has 1) 1 thordughjy! prepared, and that tpjthk - type known in .'commerce as \"iailjj cttred,\" niay be admitted into Fraiceb These certificates must be verified at the place of origin/ at the expense of tiiej partjiesc ii$er£ste^, by local expiertsi^ wiw^ ^qualMcations shall be guai san| teed, and their signatures duly acknc iwij edged' by the French consular age: it«l. It also provided that at the time of en| try ai thercustom house importers n usl ^tify that the meats which they prop ose[ . tb enter for consumption are fhealtl ...

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 — 10 March 1882

H l(y rtrtertt be down ln« minute, and Bays yoo're ^Tfe)w«ltifyott,i*eMe . Ahaetja i wight staj Make cam f,tf I'd promise Jnever to teaae, e...-- --.-•-. BpetktfliyouipoketoniefiMt. Bat that'snan- -JMMD«e*itoJK?Fwon!dI.la»OT ' ' i!.\".'- WBa* she told me toEay.'if I didn't? Don't you xe^^dtruly think sor \"And then you'd feel strange here alone! i»* know Jurt where to alt And you wouldn't t kno w Jur t wher e to Bit Tot that' chair isn't strong on its legs, and never nae it a bit. .« We. keep it to match the sofa. Bat Jack flays It ud be just like yon To flop yourself right down upon it and knock oat the very Urt screw. ?«\")Etoo»eyon try? I won't tell You're afraidtoJ. OI you're af.-aid they would think it was mean 1 Well,,then, there's the album—that's pretty, if your ' fingers are clean, For sister says sometimes I daub it: but she only 3 says thatwhen she's cross. - . . • - . ™ v There's her picture. You know It? It's like her, • but she ain't M good-looking,of course!...

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 — 10 March 1882

lpi illfpl ^ ^ ^ S ^ S R J S ^ '^Sip J v , j«t the Po«t Office at Sturgeon Bay. I ST0RGB6NBAT, MARCH 10,1882 ''\"iSl '\"^\"'''' AND HAPPENINGS. ! Lodkajt tlie bright side©? things •r ! rA week from! to-day iW SC Patrick's ••' l-tiff. - :'k .•:.[•.• • '•'•::, •:... • Never be hasty in giving currency to a slander. • V' •\".' -' .i:. '•\".•/' \"SngiBr-snow'f is sifted over this vicin- • Itjr every |day.j \": Mrs. Brown, of Fish Creek, is very ill with pneumonia. / '• Thiols'the first spring month oM882. How doyou like ft? v i ' A hole in the sidewalk • is worth, two over a blackened eye.f' /'/-' Our Lodge ofj i Good Templars is in a flourishing condition. ! d F * ^ II4 toggj&is- sell Tar H o n e y for colds. •'', Theicejharvestcan now be ranked as a thing of the ^ast for 1882. [The wife of Andrew Anderson, eastern part of this town, is Very sick. The genial John -Smith* Of Liberty (Brove, fs4tn%6wn on business. '. A'huniber of loads of ties eorntf in daily notwithstanding the r...

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