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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 10 March 1882

Â¥ f R ^ 5 ^ •\"•-••'?''^ STuSGffii^AY^^V- MARCH 10,1882. GREAT SOFfjEBISG-rOCB HEEP HEEDED. The Recounts |that come toiaa from the Mississippi valley show a harrowing amount of stiffeHngfrbni the flood that for many weeks biasjkept\"the riVerat unusual-height ! caused the breaking of levees, and inadje the country one great lagoon from Cairo to the gulf. Every new report but confirms and adds to the dailjgtold! story jof disaster. Many peo-f pie and thousands of cattle have been drowned, and starvation i is rife among the living.y Settlers have beett^removfed '—hundreds of] families—back to tho bluffs, where they,have built rude shel- ters, but with nothing to eat and little to wear. We must remember',\"to under- stand the nature \"of.the disaster, that tho_ rrver is kept in life channel by levees- artificial banksf-so that to one passing ^down in a steamboat the Irishman's statement seems literally true—\"There is/tmt one hill in Louisiana, and that the Mississippi river runs on.\...

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 March 1882

S^WiSElEFi A Vienna dispatch !e*j* tfiat one hundred and fifty persons arc* reported to have been killed in.,angejplosion in aJcoaJ mine, at Leoben,' ••J•\"'•:,i•• • ' ' , — - r - ^ - ^ W ^ t - : ,,-..{' nor JIUhtiaps •'. :-\" and Thomas Hoffman were ert ore mine, at Beading, Pa., ult.,- by tafling earth after an ex-: J ontii! plosion^* ,^//:y^/^i^f^^i:atJBnil(iteg' '\"• }\"•\"-- { : A njg£- five-«tbry brick building on' Second StreetpSt. Louis, occupied by the grocery-- honseyof Erafft^ Holmes *•Co. suddenly fell? in on- tie .morning of J£e 25th nit, burying . g«)d»3Uaed »t f70,006.v . : k ' j Suicidal. ' Asb, United States' marshal at, Tir- ginia l«y, Nev^ snicided on the 28th nit : Joseph W. Curtis, employed in the Wisconsin Central Railway offices at\" Milwaukee, became involved in a scandal and shot himself oh the :25thfy~*::^\"~—-:-y'--- '•: •\".\"\" '.]• [ i f JP*»Mic Debt. ',.-•.':•' ii'.x\": . l statement of the-public debt made on the 1st inst., shows a decrease da...

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 March 1882

[Bead atrihp dtonerot-th? Massachusetts Ctab In Boston, on the Beventletii anniversary of the birthday of the fete Vice President Wilsoo.] \" : The lowliest bom of allSeland, He wrung from OPate'8 reluctant hand :. Tbe-*gifts which happier boyhood claims .-. And tasting 6n(a thankless soil Ihe bitter bread of unpaid toil. He fed bis soul with noble aima. By the low hearth-fire's fitful Ware He read of old heroic daya, ' The sago's thought, the patriot's Bjwecb - Unhelped. alone, himself he taught, - . *- . His school, the craft atwhich be wrought, His lore, the book within his reach.' He felt bis country's need he knew - • Tbe work her children had to do: And when, at last, he heard the call .\",- Inhor beialf toiserve and dare, • Beside his senatorial chair \" He stood the unquestioned peer of aB. Beyond the accident of birth He proved bis simple manhood's worth Ancestral pride and classic graoe- Confeased the larger-brained'artisan, So clear of Bight, so wise in plan •' And counse...

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 March 1882

SSsfeSfsSS^s^iiS* isS&SS&sf 1 IKAB, t i m f ' t f M0&, 75c. I 3 M0&, 40c . 4 I .}.\\^4^^^^0^M^Vean^^J^ SWEGEmtB^- :-MABCfi^(7,1882 • Today Is St. Patrick's Day. . Thawi? considerable sickness at Mar- • Ihetteu fj:..A,. ••':-r.i- .•'::. s ''SngaT Sttbw?' ephtinues to fall at in- tenrahi: \\v • • ' Gill [nets are! being put out in Lake Michigan. ! , ' • / X \" l!he farmers [talk of sowing wheat in March, this year. School-marms are in demand again for the summer term. An nnruly tongue is harder to control than a JYicious horse. ^ Another flurry of \"sugar Snow\" came down Tuesday j nighi. J English sparrows liavo put in their appearance In Qconto. Lewis Eimber is hauling cedar in the south part of tbk town, i r - c • |3F\"AH dYugg sts sell Tar Honey for colds The loves of some people are but the result, of good I suppers. ... /'. The way to win success is to stride for it with an earnest will. Some ties find their way to market not- withstanding the bad roads. • Don't ...

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 March 1882

STDRGEDNBAY^.. w MABC£17,1882. A dispatcri from tins place to? the Mil- waukee\" • JKcj^67tci : and :News, says: \"Congressman $a«nther is entitled ,t6 great credit for dbtaining the handsome sum of $20,000 torthe Sturgeon Bay harbor of refuge ' As to the pet part of the \"above (\"great credit\") we have.our doubts as to how representatiye Giien- ther will saddle it Here in Door county the majority of those who voted for Congressman Guenther. did so because they had been promised and jeducated1 to believg that h&would work for our in- terests, .'^th.this view 1,376, or a ma- • jority of over 800 of our voters cast their ballots for Mr. Guenther spent their . valuable time at the polls, and argued .in'ljls favor. He was elected is paid a welji-sustaihing jsalary,= and his whole ' and undivided ability is needed to prop- erly look after the interests of this dis- trict, and if he succeeds in so doing, he just fills theblll laid out for him tot ^ e ^f r4Ej ^ £.. ^ t the time of...

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 March 1882

•\\ \\ 1 ^ B e ^ | £ ^ ' ly 4i»0OT«redil^ V- ' Ihfe W ^ Thus CMmed meata and eoups have be- came irofii ware under Oreimminterpre- taton, while canvasedhams are classified . .• :Mf ^tt^ft goods, formerly canned beef, v Hon^/and minced meats Vere classified Tinder the,head of»\"'slaughtered and prepared meats.\" \\A|s such they werij '-...' subject tola duty-of twelve marks pei 100 kilos, pr $2.86 per 220 pounds, equal* to about fifteen per cent, of the value, ', ' Brit quite, recently some brilliant official- , discovered!that the iheats were packed :, in tifecans lor. boxes to which the labels - were affixed, and so ha. classed all such products under the head of '*ironware\" and doubled the duty! The mafier was brought to the attention of the custom house director, and finally to th^t.bf- the minister of finance at Berlin, but both sustained -the action of the official first, making the classification. . Since then the German government has decided to classi/y American hams in...

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 March 1882

Ronnd.Antrinm'3 monlderlng nni Lend mounts the dulland cheerleeB gale, Wbeu irightfall sliade the quietvale, Ana stars in beauty bum. . 'fis.the year's eventide. : The wind, like orieitbat eiitfis in pain O'er joys that ne'er will bloom again, . \":'•.-£ Mourns oathe far hlUalde. •\"•\"•'.•'•••:And yet mypensive eye . Beats oh the faint blue mountains long, -And for the fairy-land of sonjr, • -,.- : i That Hen -beyond, I sign.. The moon unveils her brow In the mld^iy her rurn glows bright,\" And in her and and mellowing Ught . The valley Bleeps below. , * • ' • ' t ' : - ^ - - ' - TTpon the hazel gray The lyro or Autumn hangs unstrung. And o'er its tremuloua chords are flung The fringes of decay. I stand deep muBing here, Beneath the dark and moUoules beech, .Whilst wandering-winds of nightfall reach My melanoholy ear. • o -' Theair breatherchin and free A. Spirit in soft music calls 'From Autumn's gray and moss-grown halls, And round her-withered tree „ The hoar and mantled oak. W...

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 March 1882

fie 1 Bntered,:'£s aecond-cuua matter, i ^f f VrMtf UiePostlCfflceatSturseohBajrif STURGEOfrBAY. MARCH 24.1882 & A m HAPPENINGS. Mrs. Alex. MeJkleis quite in. Thebqiy was.beatitifal, quiet, and calm ' Let it storm butf don't forget to laugh and^row fat(•'«. . , This,is good weatber'to raise a second • \"^ crop pf chilblains,j . Allow people to (think as \\rell of each • other as^ they caiki . .' Mrs. J*. E. Wheeled celebrated her birth- day with a party on, Moiaday afternoon and evening..\"1! 1 /' , The roads are \"between hay and grass,\" ' BO to speak. THat isr, they are neither good for wheeling or sledding. .•' .,_ taFEpiscopal services at 10:30 A. M., and 7:30 p. M., next Sunday March 26th, • in the Advent Church. How this last blizzard must have sur- prised those wild geese that went sailing off up North a week or two ago! The hanging out'of .bed clothes from bed room windowsj'is the latest sign that ' spring is en route (for this vicinity. The children of this village a...

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 March 1882

MiS^$3 icklJSCLtfABLTII STURGEON BAY VKMARCH?4,188: H \\ .. .. .:...-., , .. -- .......... . .••. • i. - •• •: - :,5EWPJIBTIES. ::J: ••:\"./.„. ... True politics, based oa true principle, W led by true men, ari& for true American rights $nd suffrages! *8 truly scarce in . t h e s e degenerated |iays. In the *two great parties there is a coht|iiuai wran- gle among the several factions \"prinei- pleMs too often trailed for \"policy,\" arid public welfare swapped for private gain. Several new politrea| organizations have • be'eri born into existence, but most' have • diedsa natural death, effecting but lit- tle, if any, actual poilitfcal reform- No Jfaif reasoner will dojubt -but that there i '.iisla very large per cent, of the voters now voting with onior the,\"other of the two great parties.not in accord with the ^present workings ofjthesame, but stand by in honor of-the gpod old \"has beeus.\" ' Reason also indicates that a- violent po^ litical storm ii* gathering, and will soon...

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 March 1882

*be swnff^ of 1 ^ timber, a^^ •jnaaBrti^^ -i»s^B|i|r£^ «franta|rt^^ has been this denu^at&n jtbat occasional warnings are uttered^y^e^ press ?m ^tipn s Miere the effects |of tbe axe of progress are* W8st ^anJand' fat.:::--Ii ^: iiQt^at ^alii st^ge/saya ^ lerable anxiety should be felt :fihe future supply of lumber obtained, when the great for- ests of Michigan, whence at presenHhe ^eatf^ulkUof ^ shall 'have {been jidepleted.\" Man]y ex- perieoced dealers think that this will o(v ?u within ten or .fifteen years,jand are already casting about for a new field whence to draw their/stock. Canada is cominginto the market somewhat, at present mosily^w,ith sycamore lumber, which is made into packing boxes for plug tobacco, and also' with excellent . ship plank. [But Canada has immense foresta of pine,\" spruce and hemlock, and the Ottawa, Baguenay and other rivers are the channels by which large amounts' i of lumber annually are brought to mar! . i ket. ( Quebec, Toronto and Montreal...

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 — 31 March 1882

How shall I then bo shamed,undone, For ahi! with what a scorn your eyes xanst greet tuat luckless One Who hymned yon, newly born — WhoCOT your \"helpless cradle? bent His iflto verse to t u r n , ' . And twsngled his tiresome compliment Aboreyour unooncern! Hay—letimy words besodiscreet. - ^ 2 ^ ' fce«Ptag Chance in view, -'.•':. Whatever after^ftte you meet, A part inay sltn be true. IWM wish you more goodlooks,— riex Is always fair - Of to be writ in Fortune's books,— She's rich who has to spare: 1 wish jou but a heart that's kind, , A head[that'ssound and clears ' •' (Yet let Jfie heart be hot tooblind, Thehe«d not top severe!) . •A joy ofJire. a frank delight,, A moderate desire And if you fail tofinda Knight • At leaefc—a trusty 8quire. —Critic. '5 [From Harper's Weekly.} The Duel About Miss Imogens. Miss Imogene De Forest was eighteen years old, a beauty, atid a belle. Girls of all kinds, if they live, can be eighteen years old bat to be a beauty and a belle •uebds a concurr...

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 — 31 March 1882

Small pox Is raging in Oconto. The Crows art cawing their caws. . ,.' Tfe folly to fret sli^nt ithewei^er.. Ea^tor—One week from next Sunday ^---A^rii p :: '•^•-::,^ - : ', , It Is time to begin to start your plants fcrearlytomatoes. T^)fidrrow is April Fool's Bay, So,Ifptierunsi iiowjdqirt befooliflh. / • The anniversary of Odd Fellowship in America is April 25th. \\ Numerous bear are reported in the TRroods near Pensaakee., J . Mad is mad, and there's no way to idodseit—just Ut present. Th^sagar s»p didn't flow very much In this county this season. ^ Polish emigrants from Illinois are «oming up northto locate. ' ••:. The country schools are nearly all sup- 9liedLwith their summer teachers. : An increase of taxation for state and \"county parp«es may be looked for. If fthis weather is any indication, young spring is a first-class \"kicker.\" Again wild geese are wending their •way north and defying spring blizzards. Mrs. Andrew Anderson, eastern! part of this town, is still in a...

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 — 31 March 1882

m m m m B M ^ SMAHCH|1.1982 s^ 18 i f CH.A«KBICi» Tp.KXCIiUDE THB CHI- That the policy of exclnsion is tin- American is one of th« common objec- tions to the Jreaent bill against the v Chinese.: This is Vefy paradoxical, i It Is truly un^Anierican for tho Chinese who may be Kept eat, bnt for Americans It is more American than ever, it vio- lates ho/fundamental principle {of the governmeht. Freedom of immigration as been dttr practice, bnt it - has never been laid down as a principle of bur government..f ft tt not involved in the eclaration o independence, not even) ImpHejii^^jtia^exp^Bsiy provided in the constitution that Contffesa may oro- hibit the mipfation orlmpdltetibn^of peraonaafter 1808,, Freedom ol immi- f ration has-been: our national policy, bnt there is. not a,word in the great charters which imposi^ it fbfeVef or any longer 'than the national welfare de* mands lk On the contrary^ there Is the express provision that Congress, may limit it, designed originally to enabl...

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 — 31 March 1882

fiB.il if fesws SftlSS m?m. ]mim:: ^ BESTEICnirff CHmE9E MKIGBATION. K&eliD^i^ te^icf^f^f^^ ,\\v! au'Mfc:o^^ parli*- viaenJ^ a | ^ o ^ t ) y the jjue^-T-the Glad- l'.:,' sfoh&gbwrnmeht, D ^ i n b e r fi^ 1881—-it is made ^ 4 ^ of every Saster of a \"xyess^arriyiiig iin.f^vj^rt :o£,tlie .colon3|. t^^j^^t^^,jfeaMjr:of^000 afull $ ^serip^ohlof ^ e r j Chinaman biljoard a n d ^ arite- fieSentsiJ^aracfcer, etCi 'If anyvvefi^el having on bbfl^^ajjgreatqr number of , Cbin'ese ^ a n in'the pijop^rtidn 'of one Chinaman to every hundred tons o f t h e tonnage of? such yessk, shall arrive at any time m any port, the owner, master,- of charterer of such vessel is made liable on conviction to a penalty of $500 for each Chinese carried o n excess of the 'foregoing limitation, unless the defend- ant shaU show that the\" Chinese so car- ried is a British: subject or one of the crew or has not been landed in the col- ' ony and is not intended to be so landed. - Before the number of Chinese ...

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 — 7 April 1882

mm '.Ott. - ^?^I!^j^..PW^iiEflimm6fs 'fftf , Mntttt?ttS&v\\anriwineatoin . ifyfHrwtoiist'B aie«n:or ^tt^r«Sp»|ttj ^ \\-:••:.- ^ tt» M»pks RttiSodi ^ Y- - ^ •: • • l ••••?Their pendant bloesomstrembUqg.wtib, «Andiaiar\" The night IfioVer. We haye :'2fa1rQok-reJoicuWinthebreakin light, •''• • • -V^^^e'Taptttn^^'tainYcYMT£ {fe Yi' .,- Overtt« w « ^ t p B / ^ d a e » l n . , Thejw«'*gro^8 veJvtit green beneath our feet, , 'YY'#fe4?$iffiilii&KtTOiln^ It*to««i to the wind, *hd proudly enng: ^ dr«»me^xrf land*-whw overlea 2»M*a|e»joydn8flew of jjpectral ll«ht» qrreauuer^apeediiig through the glimmering rt _T^te^i^bled with old OdinVaigM Of Btomiy pain, but all undaunted sung the Pines.\" H/J^«fe*oinrae4( '.'. ......... . , .. , v .™' 1 lP« r iwaa jny dream,the Jong night' \"••• ^ T l * ? , i ? » i wlier»myrlaaropes burned, SwtoonMIn arches meetfor lovers TOWS • • *• -.-' A&aioflche golden robin's neet thatolnng r Close to \\ny heart, which.throbbedVhone...

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 — 7 April 1882

••u \\\\i ••' 4-' $vJ^j^ ^ e ferm^re v - s ^ selves. '•\".'} T ^ v ^ '' '^^t^^eefc- :*, : .-?%:'^ -\" •-•' 4 | | '44-43!i^^^ ' .^4wJB^rtogr /froni'isiMfl^fi |KMKV -: ••. ' '•• ^:4i|,J ' among the sports of theftbys.{:. ^4^ ! 4|! pick W^igrea* Mi^'si^e8*/^'.i ^: •]] 4^. '\" i |ai^Ulr^»t ^l|r»HbScytof»i!ds. it teX&wHght tta^ » span of rWhorsw dirt eheap. ( A tape worml-:^ l^\"^fVi«nij.^' •I)eencaaght by the doctorsat MontpeHcr. Joseph Belanger says thatlittle dangh^ teratWaJw^isathoasanddbllargiiil : * , The #^ pwneirs, on the Menomineebfing|t •re actively preparing to start up soon. . Spring election has come and gone,!: and as usual, n»re than one-half \"got - . ' . ' l ^ ^ ^ i ^ ^ ^ ' ^ ^ A • --rti] • Every land ownershould set ^ tree^j 4 on the side of the road or roads b ^ e r i n g his land. -v^. . - .'•:4:^44^ '- 4 , A few more warm: days and the gran4 gers will be in their glpry-^-to turning over the soil.'\" - 44-'-4'-:4' tSTCufef your cough with Tar Hpneyg. .-.' rj...

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 — 7 April 1882

^^ f e v -\" , : T~ ::.n--iii n • 1 1 i n ^i^00t^^^^^WMs- legislatureof • Wiocoiriin adjbbrn ed sine StVJVt ia o'clock noon lasyTriday, after a aeaslon of eighty days The average for the past thlrteetl yeafe lias been siaty- seven days... .There were introduced in the Senate 444 bills, of wliicM30 became laws 32 joint^resolotipris iwere alsoin- otroancea^thisbody^^,relations 6 memorials to congress, and fifty-oue me- morials and petitions. In the Assembly, i&i bills were introduced/200 of them became laws 88 joint resolutionsJ 61 fesolntionsf438 memorials and petitions, and 6 memorials to €ougre8sT. ..Some tihangfts were made in the school code. The tJme for annual school meetings'in townswals ^editor iti^tet Monday in tfune*tte^r^ejtt time beingv elective an^irregnlar..,,^he jsale or * use of toy Pistols and toy #earmsi jgerierally, was P?°Wbit6d. w ^erepnnishmentisfixed for the criminal punishment of childrenj parents or jguardians]: also-for the nS\"\" ibanaonment 6fchildren...

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 — 7 April 1882

mi Iftl W®& Wm :ljEDttI M i l Sl^^ertu*^ s •: . iitiitc#^ :yiiwpnid^s^^ Ne* ,.:':,.-^^^ ^:. • ? * ^ * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ rS«j^sft|itia^eaVK passengers on the avenge—in myJqpiri- ion, thVia^^ 75X) bet ^ be moire man iHMt'^TOthin: fou^ And wbnt is s^illiiiore inteirestiiig is the fact that the passage money for the greater part of the emigrants has been sent over by friend^jand relatires from the United States-taGern^yipr tbat aticket has ' ,b^n bought l ^ t h ^ , ^hleli has been :*^erit me* here/'.: A! similar lively Irasi- , ries&is done in Hamburg and apart from, ] |fi§e'smaller towns of YHavre,: Antwerp, Ilofterdam and Liverpool (the latter as far as Oilman emigration is concerned),. V-tfc&German emigration for 1882 may be ^sej i&wn at 260^000 alone. Our prPtec- ^priists^ are quitei alax^ei ^h o wul \"' w ^ f b r u s , ^ ' :ihe jry if small farmers, servants arid ^niecJhanicfl go -to ^Amerfeatf'yTo help !pe«*»\"i '$$$ riibber] iibin lOdflf •smart' forj themanljabdB...

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 — 14 April 1882

Two met whoiadnot mettgrjdsa—' Their i»tew«Bonoe too deep for feua ©up dretrHaraptoraabe came- TJp Iwpt bl««&gerlike aflame WlBiclasliof mafl he faced hlai , . And bade him\"stand and meet him BO. HeTelt a Rraveyard wind go by—. : Cold, coldaa was htoenemy A. stony horror held him fast. The Dead looked with a i And sli?hea «M know thee not,\" and -like to the mlit*nd left him there vr» On BfigBtonlBridge. --:. • •'',.-:•.•-• •'•^•V-r:-:\\:::.'--yit-r.:r^-- •.•'-•'•••••'•\".• v.- :•...••• • • • 'Twas AH Som^^Nfgjjrtiaato and tt o ' The qnlok anoTaeaa toBether walked. ' . The quick and dead together talked? Two met whoiiad notmetlox years l^w.- Vit grief that waa too deep for tears They parted last. ,/•'•••• ' He clasped her hanti* and 1» her eyes.' : He eon^ t love's rapturouri surprise. \"O'Sweet f * he criea, 'has thou come back 'TOBaythonlov'e^tby lover Btill?'' i: Into the starlight pale and cold ^ ••••-,: Shcgazedafar—her hand was d t ^ , - V ,.-.\"iDost tiiou rememb...

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 — 14 April 1882

i wm^mmsmm^ • S? x:- ' ,'!Fjstj^W.|i^^ Cleaning .nfcjii^^ Haw ^ i r ^ A. Belnhart iselectedMayor of Oconto. W*T^bdft(^hmediciiiet—TarHciney. h How many eggs did you eat last Son- The roads are getting in good condi- \"'. tiw-jfiiJi^ ^ %--'-' (Sw^agtiei ope^M his etei^iwn eam- ^ ^ quite ill ior Borne days past. '.:r flaHnette and Peshtigo are to bechurch united bV telephone. • J Spearing fiaS by torch light has been cold fan ft^i^^ -•••:! •. John Mann, ^ Nasewaup^, commenc- ed plowing last week. . ] Trareling men are plentiful on the peninsula^hia.8pring. \\ The sugar mAking season has been good Jn Calumet county. It how looks as though part of the'Hall, bottom on ties will cave. \\ Dr. Soper is anything but happywith the inflammatory rheumatism. tS^Stop that coughl-'-with Tar Honey. Egg Harbor is to have an $800 town hall built this summer. Good. • • • • • - • • . * - : •• • - - . \" . : • • : • • ! The woods ait)' being \"scoured\" for choice trees for the outside market. To rid a ...

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