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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 14 April 1882

^«M#Mi*£!!llflifi^ atHUU THK WRETCH. The Marderer of Prerideat Garfield. Abote we give the portrait of Gaiteau, the wretch that ttiurdered President Gar- field, and, concerning whom so much is still said, even in the large daily papers It is not Gniteftu alone, that keeps up this nlark of public interest, but those interested dt itidiredtly grawn into the affair. The time Juitea is to be hung, June 30, 1883» is gradually approaching, in the meantinie he is kept in jail prob- ably better dared for add enjoying ihirn^ self better tjiari ever be\"fdrt In his l i f e - he has two rooms, o#e in wliirih he sleeps, the other'his private office, fie has daily feasts upon tropical fruits and Other ex- pensive luxuries—said to be paid for by vhimself And* his attorney isi working \" hard to secure hini a neW trial. .\" \\\\ Sergeant Mason, the guard who shot at Guiteau through the jail grates, was tried by court-martial, and sentenced to eight years'hard labor in the Albany states prison. ...

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 — 14 April 1882

mea«ag^tnkJ£^ftVigorous argument for W on^euf&mgewhicttwiUbeofmtereat tttt|p^d ^ o n e | p ^ ^ ^ f e d i ( ^ eril^ Booh w loss of &£•* , l6f elective /^IjriBteSi^^iii^a' pii^ouB Itobn,tod-exer- v ^ i C u : a ^ i o l i & daty-riii a wordj, that, after twelve years of ttappy experi- enoe/wo^niin sufErage is HO thoroughly : rooted aiidestablished in the minds and hearte of thifl people that, anttpg theni I all, no voice itf evatrp^ftea|in protest against o? in question of it.\" ' . « AXEEICAN MEAT. %•* -The woentiy discovered^ by the ^ rending of American cotton has led Con- t vsnl fShm of Manchester, England\\ to ^investigate the: ineiat question fie urges the neeeBsity of improvihg the methodB by which the meat has hereto- fore been introduced in the English mar- kets, and asserts that a change ia called for by••'the wide differencein' the price paid for the meat to exporters and that /demanded on the sale at retail, j At the present time! the consul represents, the E...

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 — 21 April 1882

mm In triumph twre him akmg thai ^Anoa*taaya-ttielting, ti» trifle^t-why ' Did thefisherfrowa and Uie'good wife nigh T '.:' A trifle, aireI was the fool1* reply Thenfrbwajar I i ^ f t o l i i l l l t e i ) «i: WhoUoghMtUaodMo only adown, '^:--^^ne^:n^.la^-5 trifles I A rramer next diryleapedflowntho««ai'^f v ' Afedtennchedftifagfaomthe nahefaatrand -W6ar.heoried^ajijiSB^nvydeB^etandl^ ? - The paaaea are aeteed on either handI . Andlinartcarrymymeesageatndght, AcroMthe lake to the castle gate! The eaBUehe heated,rotthe waveswere great . The fmrfed roctafoamed Ukethe Jaws of Fate And laddng an oar the Iwat went down. The swinsmeregalnatithewaTOe began To strive as a vaUajrfawbnmex can. ' * MethlniflBMd the fool,'twereno bad planv If succor were sent the drowning man I To Bodpora periled sawn instead, '. The monarchmifrtntfhlarookahead, - Bowedover the.cheasman, whiteand red, Gave. eheckJ—then looked on the lake and said, ,The boat Is lost, the man will drown! • tf-i. -^Oh*|ng^w^oÂ...

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 — 21 April 1882

•\"Mm W$0SmMSM^$9^i^^$ llStllfll mSm STURGEON BAY..... . :APR1L 21, 1882 I m ^ t i j j a IF N % . AHD HAPPEJf IHGS. mm h\" in work aU other mllla aljjnj r all, this doean't pror farmers in getting In their crops. Ov' I Chairman J. C. Meswnger, of Jicli f|$ti^^ IfII fe«f^r|:|[ieirjJe|^e|^iTOlnte|e8i a: (| ind ptimpliSndJUng with their nu^nept friends. '\"\"\"'\"\" '\"\"\"\" \"\"'' '\"' y :]P^pare y ^ ' g r o u ^ w e l l itajttiefrobt Wedding bells eontlnue to jingle here- abouts. ^ '\"|:'••\"-••' . '. . ' ii It looked and felt wintry yesterday • • • , • inortln^f ^- ^:• £ »j : j V- '. :,•: '.-.--/* Aaisterdf Mrs. H.l/Thom '\"••. : , :tIie.Tjil|a^^tlDg^if :| • j \"The^W going b *«fr •'• ik^^ ^n^i^ie^^^tea. P ••••''-•'-•- ! Considerable floating ice was driven ,r - totoltte bajr^ r:A' larg*j quantity of the winter's cut of '-• ' \" e^a ia^t'icfo^^ Ptekerel.TOtehXQK froni tbe plerelsa r popular amusement with the boys. : : « Jerry Harrier smileth mild and bland. It's a boy, and Wed...

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 — 21 April 1882

liliill ^^a^aa iil^WiWIlillfi r ^ — ^ p ] ^ [ the|ropri^ ot kingf may be) ad through trespa^re^whoenw^ and again on Indian lands,and cut down ti:rnjh^^ M i l t - $ ^ fcie^t tb ^ •Ai^^^eiii^iAM :^ trespasser Mip y : i^oM en^ talent, ^motaiii tin^^nte a tSiti^raiY 8topoto the otfenderB bperatioi^, for he Is sorefofroWi*^ posed, but in almost every instance the trespasser has' nb^ l^^ertsv attempts W collect the fine end in barren judgtoeht, andjie goes scot-free^ t^ rettitii ^itll ax and'Sa^ Jlle:%eakhess of theilawis beeiiin the*case of^Payne^t^e leAderof theOkJahoBi^ . . . , _.... _„ tind sentenced to pay $1^)00^ K theifarm,th^%Orfcflhopandtl 'bfv(^'-''^\\=i^ii^ lB^eni4bieri M W y l p g | l » P i i i ippip||^|pBdt^ • •••,.••.». -.,....,....3^l(dwg| Bnljplte tearih Ameriea a great jmd bl^esson—to cherish and el^ng jfdVfefriment of the people, byine not&be collectjedr and Payne is now or ^niginfejthother raid on the Indianuterf ritoryV Pregi^ hiended to^Cohg^ess a bill drawn by ...

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 — 21 April 1882

^L'.^iMfiT('-: ^' ' l e p | ^ : l j ^ i&ptii v : ||i^^]^|fiSo^tw^ price, atnd i]M^oii^b^^e%imh.cm.^e ground themy Binw inisfpBction and acceptance af-j teVth&w&rii^^&^ pletefc^B^gainvtf 3 ^ purctasCTa had the rigblld i^^^ji:\\^)Br:id^th&x.. cdmp!eti|dii for V ^ M ' and Tshilo the •Bmney ::-lp^vg^^ •contractor's pockety ^ e articles in quesiibn stall be- longed ^ the manufacturer. Tfre-de- ci^o)a is la fresh- ^ /paying heath1 the o^nity of the snbje: 1 o bate that the relajiydy Yiuijrn x In^g th^s^e inon( yS iaaijtpie iagn H^|^^fip^ali M ^ jfs-^l^p^/jj^^ssiig :,a' and that |ey^ a penny jsfcounled at :'|tratn wojr^,Js«vin^^ 'e$tni! FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. XUiBBlKf} TREK OUT, '^^%l^|^j»r|*•*^^3»®lV 'igrounded. the' V Britiwh jgiq^ernmea^ upon a -if,M6w-'-^^^. 4^P^8- the I r ^ prob- ^MJfejb^wz: Mat 61 snipping ihct^impoyOT-, lished and malcontent population of the! f greeiiisletothe' 'bib84':a^..jof'the'iirest :tfi^i h^etta^fi«rei. Admitting it to be a ^^•^•\"ke...

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 — 28 April 1882

v Beatingc « ^ western pane, - Singing fsonga underJhe enow Calling earth to wak* below Ah, sweet AprfloomeB, who ney ,-: From land to land, and In my 1 Spring w___3_urtoo _nd__ya vBetioiwuganApjflVldle^ ---'''.. ':!:, ,. ., And bodsand bkMotnBiQcettentt. :/Q^»MeTiffiee^Ea«« aala1e««L f •'-'•' arAjManditawtodidT \" *e wild thyme, anise,bate and mint. Aprils girt to Aprffis bees,-^ Btrth(Uy ornament of apring. : Iter**fata* dWigWerSiig : ,, Coming when no flo were dare \" Trust tttecrneioataralr', :.'. When t_»royalWag-cap bold I IHreanotdonhiBcoatorgold. \" • • ,/ ,-:-' And the Sturdy black-thorn spray :', WyP- Keeps___rsUyer for tn.Miyr ': / ': v Coiningwften noflowexetewould • . Save thy lowly eisterhood. - / Eariy violets bine and white, ' ~ '• '.•• Dying lor their lore of light. \"\"•'•••*' •'•'•' '•':' v'v. \\'j-'—EiainArnold* . 1 iThe elm tree's slender, tapering spray*. Are green with tnids tneae April daye, $-• And in the liqoid azure eky '•• • . The mottled clonds en...

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 — 28 April 1882

•\"\"•~'t.!__iuciu^BrirnT^ri^i~?T•*•\"\"\"' v * \"' ™\"T'T.\"''\"'T* \" t)|g^liitr ^ 1 ^ theirtime - A t^i^fae e to nearly as good for a : • ' v . -|fttB«it« healthy jr^er^e^ - The^GrwnBay^fllw willaoonpatln : * Some rei^ ter^e piekerel have been :.''^eaoglrtt • ^.T.-B«gnaILofJftck8opporttpaW8tor- biting Bailey's Harbor arfridao|tp. jvhlehmakee of ealres, should not faU to tjriog| their Don*t leave any of youi J-ia i^p^ i| |s^ii|^|^.j^^U Â¥ atet £ ^pion| rotting in some kind of sfed, for je all.viited ave use for wHateyerwe sari raisoi and t far!jtorttervth|ii] lettinj itt e laid lie| Deffoe Bros, are getting their yacht • and mosqolto fleet In shape tor enmmer A considerable fiamber of trait trees are being set m in this county thla • spring. • ^':-^-{:A:::-i$# /&-\\^i - .'-\".':•• A war Is being made on the \"social : #TU\" In Green Bay. Both partieeshould '.. W, . :j :• --,.» •'\"- 4 W. H. Walker, formerly of Wliiteflsh Bay, hw located in this Tillage for the ••• ' com...

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 — 28 April 1882

ittmaaffif^ ^ e bornlng of the steamer ftodgeM In Stiftwrehfce boy, juat inside of Behr- itig Straits, adds another to the lUt of -Arctic^ result the expedltioa which sailedin the Rodgera was organised in the spring Of 1881 by authorityof Congrejw,In order to seafch for the JeannetU, from which . npthinf had been heartformanymonths. The steamer was a whaler built in Bath, -Maine, In 1879, bought In San Francisco manned by^Tolunteere from ft wai renamedtheRodgersontof com- pliment to Rear Admiral Rodgers, who ~ wag Chairman of the Board who laid out 1th& i ronteg and detail of search. ft|ie VeS8e^wa8 B) Very .strong and staunch . *es«el,.(i«| olflelfent fromlMe JBan- . \" nette,and ratted a taeat spread of can- ^Ygf*%Itniadea goodvoyage lastsummer : and fall, starting fromSt Lawrence bay iftgnst U T l ^ ^ aW Island, paiBsed thence to^lfrangei' land and anchored in a flue harbor, while boats were senV around east and west and a partywent inlaiid, the resultbeing to estagliah the...

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 — 28 April 1882

i l . . . „t _„_ __ r„e ^ v,M!i, | ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ | * ^ i a most r k d ^ / ^ practical gatheringj^and retralted ip! great good. Ainohg ilie e&eDent suggestions offiered to be done either at con- mil-1 to rectify] the prxtiei JrcidMitB^^ I ainended by f&e.fUia^ alH cu^criniiriaunj? aBts^IOII^iloBbt. 5 ~ • tract in private shipyards or, at the op- ••: Poseur A Jones Company, of Wilming- ton, Delaware, the Harlan and Hillings- worth Company, of the same place. Win. Cramp & Sons' Company, of Philadel- Pennsylvania, conld torn out as fine work folly as cheap or cGeaper as any of the navy yards. JJesides/aa a result of this government patronage, the yards in •cpmptetic^^f the government vessele, xvohld HeM a position to build steel ves- which-•waijM§^^at them'i» conapete Wjith SlpgUsJt^Hidf oJ^HfcansaUontic shipyards. I t ^wias'Wjcma^i that the report of the testimony taken before the house naval:'. cpmmitteer would show somejsniprlsin abOity of *Amenc^ iron works to turn out t...

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 — 5 May 1882

^C«me,twaatyPtp^r» togethert 'Eixacttktid Oongil Dim, •: Batia ofIsl#tbp^Ai'^i:^/ : Eoifliwtt&ttebcimeto'bhie, Tartan iBdhlatkoo* feather : :£tod«vei3rJHiiet*i*fon •'.• , '•.'-. -'• , •:J . \\Ty*^.&T^-tt)g$bee ly y n - S W i ^ ^ i e & ^ i i l e a ^ «hm?#i matrfca, thefeastWMBSBBM. y ' At Ow headof tIw«aWe«at,lmga and hoar, r Strong 8anjij^l8la,a^efon»core, WU^eradvgnyasaHaakeiraeaL Andoladin cttowalionibeadto] . ! Beueatha^ienndhim In their d«grw ' _j Â¥ ^Gathcr^ the men of nrfnathaftle, - - I-V&WithWMpcWiMUIes, andlads and Iaaaea, MinRling viaoMandJingBiigglane*. l V Atsbtip andha«gls,,atjcw«t an41)0ird. Awbfle the happy gathering tafl'd— * While Shon andJean at the tabte«idi Shookhandawith* nondred of fiietr friends. .' Ihen mma**muiTaix& to* open door A^regtortght formflaah'don thenoor— _ TheDukeLfanserf, intheWtandplaid,* V Withslimaoftkneee,Hkethekne«iof amaid. , «*a he tooka glare,andneoCrfedont plain, 'Idrink to the health of Shan Bfadean t v...

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 — 5 May 1882

#tlISsf§li VOB^N at Staiseca Iter, f r H'il- 1KB HAPPENINGS. % Repairing rcauls will won be in order, A good many families are settling near ^ttiin^w report pretty good success in bagging jrame. - ^%^'-7l •. Menominee opened the ba8e-ball season that tiekleth them. f. Eer^B Blume rettirned rrom Egg Har- boron Monday last 1 ! Mining stocks on the Range are going up rapidly in price. The children lit Green Bay are taking, a run of the measles. Qnite a scale of ice was on the water puddles Sunday morning. A Real estate has ehanged hands lively In this county this spring. } Two eggs a day is claimed to be the product of a Marinette hen. Gilmore finds plenty of work to keep busy as bees. his two drays as ,The ^Probable weather? for May is to ,be badly mixed, The little girl itwpuhl seem, of Royal Erskine, of the Cedar Street House, is very sick. 110,000 is what thirty-five men pay for license to sell liquor at Escanaba. , ' Tea, election Is over and discussions - are not as numerous 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 — 5 May 1882

mfM0WBM jStOHafiojrB4 saMasm mm feneleVielri^tUris are m the Wtf*flath in AriitonaRtidNBWifeiicoandreitortfl blftassaereaaire rife. Some troops under CoLFWnythhftd b Skirmlflh withtheIndi* ana ndArLordsbilrrf, NeW lteii!d it IS reported that thetownofGOBlleysVillein Arisona, just orer the New Mexico line, was burned and completely destroyed by Indians and thirty-five whiteskilled The Indians are scattering into small bands and injtiu i ^ ains, and Col. F ^ ^ ^ t W his ehtite eommandi is ill ptirtnlt. Twenty people hare bee%Wm at Cliftbtt iand dit the road frontClifjrJn to the Qila fiver. lte= ports arie enr^t that JJati^ttiid\"soine renegade Apache^ f Win Mescalero's res- erVatlod at San Cat-lbs,have joined in in- citing an ou^bfe&k* $ he Indiana are well armed, and well supplied with am- munitioh. Geiii Tuero Is marchingnorth faom ilanos with two hundred Mexican troops to atta*k the Indians now going sonth into tlie Chiricnhua mountains. A Tucson (Arizi)ma«fl meeting ordered 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 — 5 May 1882

|§t§ii&M it Saras m I k i g l ^ Great Britaina wholesome change would sorely result iti favot of America. Be- ttirns* have just been published of the expenses ucorred by the two candidates in the recent important parliamentary election for North_Biding, m England. Successful candidate, £9,447 Os. 7d. for. appears that among the items, in Mr. Dawnay's accounts are £2,768 8s. fld. tot 18&,8djifo:<i ing^ftijElR^ lid. for printing and advertising. Mr. Rowlandron's largest ite^ is- printing, posta$^^ eonveyanbefl and railway fares cost him ^ e ^ i l O ^ ^ lOd. Hencej the total expense of the election of the two. candidates was £15,0^6 16s. 3d., or about $75,236. Fe f congress- men in America have ever paid for their seats at thatrafe. ,/- • ' , ' - \\f\\ ••'••_ ADULTEBATION. . In these days of charging all materials i that we use fori food with impure sub- ' stance,-\"we ui%meri» m^tit well follow the example of the prefect of police in '_ Paris, who has doubtless un...

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 — 12 May 1882

\"Why d(&th< wildly rash and roar, i Mad Elver, O Mad'Biver? , Will thou not pause and cease toponr - Tltf^mrytogi:headltrntf literstfer • : ?• •:• y ^TWa'rooVy:.4hetf\\OTever? :\\: -: \\.n r : WnatJKorefciro&isaUra.lnyfereaBtt r Why all this -fret f nd flurry* Dost thou nbtlnow tbr.t what Is beet In this toodc^tess wor.d is rest - » • • From^er-work»nd worry T ^V-Yvv\" ^-Vv- i m arras. What wcrald'Bt thou In theee mdnntaJns seek, \" * .- • o strangerfrom thecity? It is perhaps eoniefooHBhfreak . , to put the words I apeak a plaintive ditty* :' v'j^y«uJB '| '.-t'7.v '. Yes I would learni of thee thy Bong. . Wtta«Jlitaflowin t numbers, And ln » voice as fteah amistrong AS thine iB,Blng it all'day long r i •v:.--Anaaear ittoiny elumb . - :r-'»'-- :: THE BXVKK, '.•''.» ,' . A brooklet namelessand unknown #- ' W a s I at first, resembling A HtUe child, that all alone Comes venturing down the stairs of stone, \" ! Irresolute and trembling. Later, by waywaid fancies ...

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 — 12 May 1882

m i p i l ^ . , .._...„... ]M«*ee©|ft*et^^ Rjrtpffltee«tStBrg«mB»y.r Thefbr* IK and the fields are putting 3:':i' Qn.theiJM^^ $^.(C&i flprth^t rain storm visited conunep«^B8 on Taesday next. V , ^ nlekelsar^ in circulation outside. Hn^h McFadden now. keeps the books *t)Leatham ^ ^ f t h ^ warehouse. • Vs y : i V ^ v » ^ i ^ ^ ^ k ^ ' c°ld weather, , vegetation lis coining forward rapidly. _, . The reeenfrrains are pushing forward vegetation k^dlyVand tne grangers are tyintf. ..tejjv ' ,.w '• •-' : : . j ].jOne of Mr. (^mortfstwin babies died on Sunday morning,last aged about six .-months. .' !\" ' \"• 1*. , ' '\"'t So- far this spring, the weather has k' beentooChilly for.' fishing early in the ' • : morning, j \" . _-.- •• ' . The grain seeding is pretty well along in this county, and the showing of acre- age ia good.! ''••\"• ••''''\"\"•:•.• '. V • ..••\"''• Stone are pdwjbeing shipped from the J Government Bluff to the harbor works ' '' at Menominee. .} ... o . • • 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 — 12 May 1882

fe V& l ^ j T M l ^ A B # | THE*rATt» l:-- hawiigiieat miihberof-inrg^ships: of ftafctit &ifteetIhfe na^ofEa^ahdifor : ihstance^ Captain^GkHnringe, ln^ t M Jpiio bpnstlrittbtipn^oif sucM a na^life says^ jSpouid ijaifefeei^ B© ahbther enortnouswaste of money, added to the scandulous waste ^already made ill the same direction. .: (Thefe is]Mo Ji&sii »it(a p)werfi nav^ and no attempt should be made to create one - Fori services at sea, Commander Gorringe proposes a fleet of fast cruisers thirty or: forty in numberJ They should be steel ttlaa, lightly arm*pd, with j coal Capacity for long absence at sea, and ca- (,: pable, beyond doubt, of outrunning any of the larger ships in use. The work of these crniSfifs should be to prey upon the commerce of the enemy, not to fight for- . eign Shipsiot war. |n the case of a war With England, for instance, the surest way to cripple the adversary would be to attack her'commerce. England could s^and anything else bBtter than the loss o...

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 — 12 May 1882

llfil SSfi Sii^ .'.- having thus farproved worse than futile, | | $ h e ' | N e w $ ^ 0 | n l t e | e 8 ^ b ^ ^ ^tioii borne r byItte i | w £ ^ e t o ^ ^ iU-fa*ed Jeannette eqcpeditipn ^ i p j i s l y ^ [ :• the m o s t / f e ^ ) ^ ? tbe XWi^^pBWa^away, knows enough v! o f * ^ ^ sterol ex- ! ' p ^ e i o e ^ ^ ^ ^ ':.^rh^feosB relatraglttf it £r,eat 'wehjjh^ and ' iesayis that the loss of the Jeannette and the Rogers' will tend t o define the posi- tipa-df shipsin Arctic expeditions as sec- oncfeiiy^i ^ Ships^wU prpbaMy be nsed for purposes of transportation to north- Vernlatitudes and for establishing supplies ^d,relief j iBtafions,?w bis a^finitionjof , : whafche means by- a secondary position. 1Veli Iiieufc Sobyratka^ if we must aban- don the Klea thatrships are yet td be an- chored to the^brth pole, how are we to reach i t ? Can i t b e donewith sledges ? You youjrself journeyed 8,251 miles by 'sledge in the 380 days ending with March 4,1880, and yo n ought ,to know some- thing...

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 — 19 May 1882

^^^i^^^e^^i^i^aiptffelSfr Ever the waterlBjrrocke Upon tie rocWngBtreui,u.. Whereihe flute cloudyreflected, flocked And*tJrredaeross her dream. _ *nd everfibe sighed,'^Whyinnat I stay . IntheiiVer'abend from day today? Ob, wcrelTreeito'rsJi. away, Where the seas with wonder teemt ==I know that I am fnir,\"'ebe said, ', !\"I witch it in the wave, h At anchor here, On the riverbed, That holds me like a grave. /. • \\ N What good is thb sun'B goldlight to mo— OrwhaigoodalivingtQinirto be, A When\"none draws ever nigh:to eee The beauty flat I hare?»['.'j ^ Thefeirdinliveaideriaitlietflew, iAtth ending of Ms song •\"'-£» '•:••\"... ' i And paddled hifl.way along The wtadinaie^oeleM stirred and sighed, i' i Th£toecurrentjw swift Md the woridwa^wide-: r And the river tide ran atrbng.^ ^ W»fihe happiefewnen the stars wereborn And the bird sat mate la the tree? - '••.'•! When eherMked and«wayed, with her cables torni. And felt thatshe was freeT ' \"••] When the banks slid backward on e...

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 — 19 May 1882

ffSPt mm i J j ? r ^ Imiai^UMI^^^^iM , - . •/ • g||£|t^T^ .^^^^pi£ii^,^^^i|i*ttii^:i:i^^:A Military \" 4 And nowlfi.katureh dressing mother Earth ia green. !.:.'.'' Mry Philip Solomon isreported,to be very sicfc ^IMtiUen/Is attendi ' It isn't becai^pf %e powder used, that It is necessary to handles girl with riareV ::• --• .'• , j-^. ' - Xr-'': . • • • \"v'. : •. Drayman Gilmore now fridesjin a new ddliyeiT wajpoii-:-th6 nobbiest one in town. ',' • '- : . •.'. • - ' ,\"'--• : : '.,'/., *''•/• '-.- . V They have petty thieves at Menominee, and the /Tera^is in favorof giving them ^jjrneh'law. ^~\\\\ •*••'• .-V'/-^'.. ..'\\~../-.' , ./The Star thinks that- any attempt to enforce the Snndaylaw inMarinette will end in failure.* ' ' Strychnine hag relieved seyeral aris- tocratic dogs, the past week, of the troubles of lifeJ, 1 {'• The subject of cleaning and adorning cemeteries is being discussed extensive- ly. How is It here? =•'•-.•:•.'V[ ,\" Frait trees are really getting weJU budded...

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