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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 19 May 1882

STtmGEONjBAY . : : . ..MAY 19, 1882, j flies ona moiasses bami.:Itfo^eitiijgBO : •:• tiow^di^ tiiat as sodidi-as a '^an shows abiii$ra to) his ^ e i g ^ i ^ l i e ^ : t i m b ^ tidn at the gift of the Jeopie, and it is, a \\ fact that a majority M ointr lawmakers • represent toe people in comparison of a j^acpck t^ I natti^I einMeni oi the •^iiAineri^n:eagle. . ^v. ^•: '::? :1 '-V:i:::'-, i ^ much of their?spare,timeand the people's iVaiu^bte mobe^uarreling over re-dis-- tricting the State* ana^flrially estabiish- Ing ifor the .present i t any rate) nine Congressional districts, the* border lines of which are&S irregular asthe accounts • of some of our defunct officials. Some districts in the State arc made np of from \\ one to' five or six counties, While this, the ninth, comprises fourteen Counties. Of coursefae,the people of this ninth dis« tricti are well ^pleased with this lay out, for when politicians (andthese woods are full of 'em) get to\"throwing nind,\" we've ^ot lot...

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 — 19 May 1882

nm lancU ui Pennsylvania, NeweJereey and tabnah Tillages of fifty or one hundred •^ffiOTui^6pii^^ ^^Isold, ati^Jpnon^ atallmente, and other lots in the cpm- VmnnitytobeheMforarifle, toreuiibnrBe . the movers in liie enterprise. Some 500 famiUes are said to be making prepara- •\\ turns to come dver in a body Theyare^ in Hungary, well-Bett|ed farmers, used Jo toil, and in no danger • of becoming poverty-stricken Or vagrants. They are said|tobiiBhonest, liberal-minded, devout andhighly mo%al. Whethersuccess will follow the new departure depends on a variety of circumstances^ chiefly the -• ' ability^ajad integrity of those who have the project in charge. But whether all : cohtingencies are provided for or not, there seems to be a considerable furore for the movement in some parts of Hun- fl EXPLOSIONS DT FLOTJB MILLS. IJhe inquiry started by the destruction of the-large flouring mills at Minne-* apolis recently, have been partially an- •.swered'by an English parliamentary paper contain...

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 — 26 May 1882

: BIno andpini»nd white,.! GftthaiM and IwondTlthrcare A: Toot starry taloBaoin* torigntAv:Av. . To a sacred place I bear, A A A ^ ^•,:- ,.Into*«ia K: . -AAJV'''\"' To a woman with BHver hair. -A1? rearry your fresh, glad bloom, I carry your sweet perfmne. And aba knows that the spring is fair. Though she can. but look ' In the old, old book : AH weatlly from her chair. ,-..'•' Bine and pink and white ••'i^* m * J\"1 eSW wereWue, Ah 1 once her eyes were bright, And the world to her was new, •.-. . Her brow was fair and white. And sonny and brown was her hair 8he knew where the bloeeomB grow, i She gatheredthem in the dew, And dreamed that the world was fair. , Twaa a first glad look, . .. And an unread book, ,. But the thought or God^waa there. : Blueand pinkand white, i / .«•-• Will yon smile on her as sweet ••'}. A As you smile on ohildren bright. / / 7 r -Who come with their dancing feet f •!:. And gather yon. aprons foQf '•[. / A They see alonothe flowers, She sees the long-p...

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 — 26 May 1882

|6^ea£75M3.Moa,«0c. ^ !rtie j^atta bpga are tyfeieomiiigr anxious^BiViE. I M^nitpee begflri to^iraenttbeir biilftr v^th|8':year^,v.. #r\"V''.',.-', -'' -• • V V- '-V^'/ - ki% J^nies Mtikle has returned lyrae ' : frQm.fi(tta!^c&N : { Z:\"• '- '•'•••:• There j s n o abatement in the price of .\\''rent,tlii8':Bj«, |ingv'r« : - t - ' - : v ' ' v:.'V - A two cent dai^y paper l a soon to be Started in MU^aTiSee* ! 'Th^prese'ni'd^o^k:''iS 'gbDd fbr a large crop of wild strawberries. ? The season tot shippingWergireen* is neairly^Ver for thfr Pickereland black baSs give our *fish- ernien-jare'sport these days. ° The machinery for F. F. Reed & Co.'s mill arrived at Peshtigo last week..'.. So far the . ^ o u n d h w been too cold - lor vegetation to come rapidly forward. - Cattle are being»purchased in Calumet V county and shipped toFremont, Nebraska* Summer birds are becoming \"more iJlentiful—whatever this may indicate •The grangers [haye been too busy with their crops lately ...

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 — 26 May 1882

*B)sJTtt^!iV:»3^^ stuck\" for Ta candidate they invariably inagic power in'his name that.giyes-*' :^^^D(^bicra|in the Uiand^li^hemem^ yyfcer? 6fytj|e: ? ^ | ^ & ^ ^ i a ^ ^ J^rlpainf3 W ^ O T ^ ^ ^ rally drift'into remeniacent tal^ about the lii^rfo r i ^ ^ deni Son^ feeeni toAWnkrthat^to1^|ar6:. ^h g:^f fouiidatio^ tor a ftlttea bodmB V : • i f i ^ « e i nolfc welt i^^' v^: li^jK: - fence over tl« patty, orrathei one sec- tion of the ipartyl is -vyithout doubts &• great now as^ eyef ^nt that :'i9 :|&fcjltiifi% cienj ^ The D^ Resident must havefeepowerfofdraw Totes from fie opposition^ and this! .Tll- den has .io^t. His re-appearance would resurrect the fraud issue, which has long been dead and-was' buried by the Demo- crats themselves at Cincihuati^wo years ago • His ei!ectiott would be an- impossi- bility. :He?jwouW rieceiye a light party vote and that is all People are heartily sick of both Tildenandthe cry of fraud and wiliTerieW their interest in neither. Resides...

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 — 26 May 1882

eats\" tbat born are generally small tracts of w o ^ e d ^ i i whi^ ' «m of the ^leavWfcvins i ^ j ^ heap. German and English farmere who oome heris besgih^y^pi«sery^g% fte^a^^pOTaltyy i Any fanner can prevent:^ laniflj he can blear away undergrowth and leaves, the work being eaaieat.done in winter, when he has little to do on/any^other part ^ i theifan^ groxind. and turn his cattle into ft to eat or breakdown small growth and trample leavesto ^iece* ai& into the ground. Both plans have been tried with great success, and natherj is costly. Of 'course in g*eat wooded tracts of hun- dreda and thousands of acres such pre- ventives would be impracticable, but these are not the lands most frequently burned-over. .-. '' ':.'- t'?£^recf(#..' ^.^ \"John W. Doreey, of star-route notoriety, 16th imt, imd ptesded ^ t ginlty. IndianB Stacked a to^wt^ Boad, near CtoTniahua, Ifoxicoj on Mliogmemea'•ana'ftio |w6men. They raided the hadenda of San Lorenzo, |whe iflwyjMfle^iiro^ ? •'-'\" ' /i...

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 — 2 June 1882

i: -:-*-*$•••----KIg t intend lutt l«toifcJwK.-'IIytt^- la woman when goodBtaw agree/: /.: '•\"A Stunner.wttaJuelraaahM*eiu •• -':-: '•'.' ^ Is. of tfcadouDleiiireHbte^eaxn,^/vJ &/ -.! / ' * ^ •-.::••: •i ^v BySofl andran.^*f^*^SS?iii-V'i.^--:.': ' \"•'U ::'-^:: : Oi-Jhoee who Inttitituthhetrod, £ i Btmbea»tt©0is«indwe«aiebanr: ^ •••}' IS'Qiod'belnlfiiB'-Blq'-MidH .And Uve la light and ride the atom, Then^,toGx%alUK*ngfc He Be -T^ '• ''Enahrlnea'wltoln s woman'sform And claims glad rereranto from me . . v • And-toUieromffl of Btett and A±r, I worship Him Imparadlsed, ^And/throned witflln her lo*o fair Whomvanityhath not enticed. . O! woman—mother! Woman—wife I— - The Kweetest names thatlanguage knows1 . i Thy breaat, with holy motives rife, . With honest affection glows, i ' Thouqueen, thou angel of my life f KftJbie andfinein his, degree I« the best man my heart receives . And this my heart's suprenieet plea, v • For Wm he feefe acts, lives, believes, , And seems, and i...

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 — 2 June 1882

mm& wm wm mm HlPlfiili JUNE g, 1882 7:t§M:Jolm Graass is 111 with b^iB f e y ^ j | f yiHage ^ • I Work has begun on Churlqa tavassor's - ysfew and nojbfey is the bnggy Marshall Dr. McEacham is treating his fence to - a new coat of pajnt.'.'?•, John Rank isn't as happy as he used to A new picket fence now encloses M. E Lawrence'si front yard / r V Therei arex^Jsalpjbns hi Marquette : county, in th^ironjr^gion. i Regular monthly meeting ofc the Fire ^Gompany Mondayiwening, i V? * C t j J'John Slasse^a |new hardware store ?Y IbuiidiiSg^is going up lively. A.so^iswhat maketh Miles Kensler 7 smile so blandly since Monday. 4 ^ An ngreeable call Monday from fanner Thomas Philip^, of Jacksqnpori | The rain Tuesday•:night put a damper g tm the forestflres In this Vicinity,j *-\\- Supt. Sager, at the canal, returned v Monday fcom a biasinesfl trip south,^ Ifo use talking you cannot arrcist the thoughts f the most vulgar person. The North Star thinks the early bird is liable to have its e...

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 — 2 June 1882

m IliSllSltl •Pi mmmmmm^^mmsB m&8&m ^^aggsp|?go^»ggp stjfllills^^p?1: :^mmMHi »:^*x*?/\" the discovery that there wilt Iw &ii attttittl S mm In the?^t^i *^tittfr arid wants to carTy freethe 8et5ondf Ia89 mat* tefethat-la! the :nei»^»l^ai^ ira^ga* tame to about |1»M^(KW1W*Y(B«I This la a delicate morceattt*J0ff6lr to the peri- odical press jttat on the ere of a^cam- fraiga, 6iit really we think Uncle Howe might make two-cent poatajje at once for all half ounce letteM. The^postacre Is not much of a burden tlp^ti periodi- fcals, and the\" saving of one-third of all .business correspondence Wdul4 go far to makeupforthecotttlilUdriceofthiarate. Periodical postage is cheap enough as it it livtu in f on a plank bti hht^hg, pri Ion until %y. lave atlalneaJiO mai ka, after 6Mchh they havdh Mattress five nigh^ i^ac week till they have e irned 4$) tnarks, tlten for six nights till they bate earned 720, and then a mattress every ™™ H T- :i.-«aaaani • •'•in -:: -t Captain ...

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 — 2 June 1882

,,-,.^.3|pi$iei^^ fl^^lsu ^ S ^ i ^ l a v b r a ^ #l Jjnjuitii^ ^ W & $ ^ theoretically A- _ :e^ui^ B^ : S - £ / i a J ^ ^ $ j ^ for ^ Ih^W^^ y wants amdcmvenieii(« of society can be v ^ ^ \" ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ World, has beeh^6rie the most ap- prbpriate prime meridian but the fact thatrit is oneto:which all nations are - indifferent makes its selection offensive ^•.'•Y.^-to ^!!!:- It will no.doubt be difficult to secure unaniniity in the international gathering at Washington which Mr. Flower's resolution calls for. But only experiment cah decide whether delegates from all governments can be made to see aUke siifficientiy to Becurette adoption of a, common meridian Gould .unah- .\":/:. iinity be measurably obtained on thisondly, subject, so .important to science and -inmgatiou, the world might have a com- . ' mon standard of time, which, in this day . of the multiplication of ocean cables, would considerably facilitate the tran- sactions of business in all countries. been made] hal...

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 — 9 June 1882

TheBiK»«»ifi»tdhi«c«irtteyiBtt: Hte today loo&it dw *nd saw /• Htar tteir lord Btnadin' th«re, •• Wi'bhddTJ«mW« browtfBMW, ^ WS^I&lireiwMi ««i:tog.iiuicl.j|tet.: i K Wh^ae^'^yBliaa:dane7w.vUO.''V^. \"FvoJbrai^toor son an eaglet-mate Hkd strUka me wt* thdr winw I^are thetn Cmy dirk'a keen tee, ' And dy^ the Carrie'sBpringfl. \"But bxing babeBoaaldforth to aee «• ' aad»ptayttrfago»aiewflefc- • Boabed la tha aotse—''Otuirae la mo, . , _... '.MMi'::'\"-:.'-:^ JK''fSf*!*^^ Buto**&^- OGodthatlwereaeadJ\" ^eMteqnn'torthe wretfanert: v • ^OJeanyjBreyein? . Some counsel gle me ^ the beat, *OTXwi grtefta MinV And Jenny looklt out and saw _jTh« S«jlr bedxalgJed kti»g# m'Miria spottltiabeak and daw And jaupaonilkawing. :-. , _- UWbtaa hae ye been saejlata and lang, H \"- What,-w»efn deed's been dune7\" \"Ohj-wehaetholedacruelwTang AtCorrienrobiielinn: «V ^rbo Bates sJlrobedintoour neat— . Ower.late We oaw him there— ' •And tareout darltng.fraeour breast atojleaseh...

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 — 9 June 1882

?a .„,,..... TheB*^cain'tohlii'c«BUe ybtt: HOB loddy looWt down and saw: ' •:'•WUblniaupon hisbrow 6' aiunr, \" Wlii^luie,yc been eaelang and lateT . \"I'TObToUghtourBananeaglet^mte •v-A Frafc'C$Wemnl«lelinin ••'• • • • The parent-eagles,fierceaa 1tt&i::•.:•-•] • • '•\"• JIMdBWkemftwtiMrwiigB -i : i^ I gave themb'inydifk'akeen lie,^. '.:•.--,•• • £ And dyed tteCorrie's springe. •- •• Btit telng babe Bonald forthtotee •'•• *hts playthJHg o\"Hie jwild^?*- Bnahedin tho ntirae—''On, wae ia me. ••!•••An.eaglet stown the child1\" (. r ^ ^A^^ytoi^tyihanl\" ^^eM^hedmiAOT eald, ** f 2^Go\"??/c!?,were^ S 80n ' ' t*\"1\"*» 1 bari- O d that I dead Thaeaglecam'to the wren'a nesfc A*1 0 Jenny are yeIn 1: Some counsel gle me o' the beat \"Fprt.wl' grief amWin'.\" And JennyTooMtont and aaw •^Ibe pnlr bedralgled Wiife . Wl\\bloid uponhtabeak anddaw • ' And jaupeonOiawiDg. H«« Whanr haaye been eae late and lang. , * Wiat waefn'deed'a beei dune f» • \"Oh wehae *holed a cruel wrang AtGorriem...

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 — 9 June 1882

W£ffi&-&:&£%&& i W i B , t l M I -ft Moa, 75c I 3 MOS, 40c. 8tarjeon Bay. f fiii^&itharfc^ ? i D $ ^ tfaiti?'i : jDon'^forget the c^ttlWfair at Bay View ^^^t^f^ p^:y^l'pf '• • v \"ipp-M i r Cto^JawiingTai are growing niji^ujroud, ^ln\\ti^yitifl^ ^ : ^^'% ,: •.'#. ^•'-\"'- f .., i^-Itisi tetter ' :^:te'ach^giri fobeya,^a «fibiyjiatf*^ : : : ^ ^ l ^ ^ ^ y big feather In a inaja's i'ihailaite^ - v.. ^ ' Mrs. G^bWport was tliofirstin iiiarket withhope Tais&di vegetables. It isn'tnecossarjr td give yourself away, if you doiwanlto^e generous, ,• , •' - Ana now Mt Is that 1 the house fly begins to,attend to his btizz-ness. ^ mill for the manufacture ot straw Iffittrd is soon to be built-in Appieton. * , tes,thiols summer—the almanac says \\ so, and the \"weather backs upi the asser- . iidn..\"- . -J-!\",V. ~ --'•-i. ^i JosephSBradle is still hunting for a good boy, to learn the i harness-maker • tradc.-\\.'...'. \\y\\j ?--•\"..' /• .'•'.- '• ?:'.\" ^Owing to ...

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 — 9 June 1882

|p^iffl^it^^^^ii||i|l @f^S£g#l lffij STURGEON BA^ JUNE 9, 1882. •• • •'fagfcl^ .-.:•• ne^feittte^^ : ^B^e^aafce^a a ^(Msiderable curtails ^•oUW^stcMefc . liaye b§ea ^ancellejd •loiUsa^ 0 put? or ate making: arrangements for so : (lolng alddlarge amounts oi capital lie Idle or timidly\" accept2to^4 per « ent. If we hive abundant cropsof cereals and cotton,- ttiefce yirill be a revival in alisome brancbes pf trade if sinail ones, -traffic ^,^illxuri':iov^\"^:' ' yrfi vV- :\" -\"/ There is real danger /'thai the sHicces^ sion/of strikes which has characterized the spring may culminate in a great re- Volt of labor of continental proportions. It is hot pfpbablevbut it is withfn possi'r bilities'and it is a possibility pf such momenltops importance that it cannot be 1 regarded carelessly. There is no reason for any paniS, but employersand laborers ought hot, to be taken by any surprise by any, developments in the next \\two months'. We say laborers ought no.t to be taken by surprise, b...

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 — 9 June 1882

5g|||||$ SPP by-Albert Jx. Colby. jAfter reviewing alytical research, and enumerating the .. adulterations, organic and inorganic, de- w y ^ d l ^ ^ t i glttc^^ T^tato and other ^ 1?Tunen^bteodjl fragments of sugar cane, f w i o d ^ aand,particles off stone and grit, malk marble^ terra alba/ gyp- B u h ^ p t o ^ f iro% ^ ) •• salt, ^ . r r B p i GJiandler arid Mr. Colby .show that the sugars now i n themarket are generally free ff oni this long list of insoluble and mineral matters alleged to be usedin former times, and:ihat, owing lb the improvements in the processes of refining and purification and the absence ' of raw sugars from the retail trade, moat of the organic impurities previously de- tected are now removed^ and that the sugar mite is seldom seem. The sugars of to-day are, boWever,\"subject to adul- teration by the addition of starch or • grape sugar -U\\ cane sugar\", and by the bleachhingi of the brown sugars by the use of tin s a l ^ One hundred and seven carefully ^l6...

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 — 16 June 1882

I thank Thee, O my God, far this, ThAtMrnydiysgotoy, A deeperpeace, a c^mapbU*? Cornea to me from on hlgfiT* Th«i leas «nd lesstoearthly spring*, *~ Witt: feveredthirstI turn, p T Thrt more with love of he»v«nly things •• ,- My chastenedpMSfonsburu. I thank Thee, that mine eyee behold 'Thy lore In Nature's fmoe, | That e«th and Beaand sky infold .^Sweet parable of graoe— r Unsolved in Beaawrs feeble light, And read by Faith atone , Thy mercy, eqnalwith Thy might, \" In sweet twin-gospela shown. , I thank Thee for my dailybread, ' Leavened with needful toilsT^ For hiimble lot withtearsunshed • O'er lostor hoarded spoils tor smiUngs^th TAyrod i For help In needi fear reKei, I thank Thee, Opry God I *h»nk Thee for a/sweethomelife, •Cnmarred by Fashion's blight For counsel's of a loving wife— • In youth and age mylight FjOr B«ds on earth and sons In heaven : For^daughters, in whose worth—H With not too much of human leaven— X boast the best of earth. -• 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 — 16 June 1882

sm '&m l Y K i ^ ^ i m ' l ^ M o a , 75e. | 3 MOS, 40c. / Am HAPPENINGS yfmk on thie roads isrvfeeingpttahed .: ^j?e^V-,.':.? -•-.:\":»'. -S\" \"'• •: p- 7 : '•''-' i\\ •: ~::t Se|dj potatoes continue:to be in - ', ::inaBfl^' *^^i -^ '• \"i'y/h- '••••••(• '-•• v'v •:V- See adv: in another columaofifarpa 4s uiual. tfie ever attentive potatoe x bugisorihand.^ \\ • , -- •.'. '•],*. The wretch Guiteau \"swings\" two : weeks'rtom to-da^i . •\"\"'.''.-'•:•'* The riiow sfor fruit in this region is ^represented a s g o o d . ^ ^ ! 4angie-ftot inakes some of \"the boys\" play'fantastictricks. , * tively groWjth—three inches per day for beech the past week. v i . It is fair Jopresume that the sxunmer has commenced in earnest. \\i / . Strawbefry patties''will ?soon'be the rage anipug our young folks. ^ Miss ALJjI Uecke .is -now engaged in Lawrence,lfcCo.'3stoE€Pas«lerk. & Wild, strawberries are ripening and they Will!bjp plentiful this season. : The evcjiugs are most too cool yet to ...

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 — 16 June 1882

^^m^^mmk The sa^femB attdj liead niett oi the^le-r district KaVe pttt ipn thtiif m^ paint^ waxed- tlieit Bcaip^locks, arid: piepared themselresfoir battle ^e\\Mald8!iaye * bw& scsnt put to spreadi tlie aualities of ft the favorites.,' and extol the deeds /they - will perform—when elected. to instance, the usttaiord©? of things was reversed and the J first star arose in the 'west} this iwas iojlowed by : one: from the eastern line of the district and the third on* [flopped up between the two points T^ith fierce a the pentrepHches into the west in this jv' It is h e ^ generally known that a cprrferehce i bf some eight orV ten gentlemen From Portage ' ! Marathon, Lincoln and Wood counties was l^lield at Steveiis Point One da y last week for r tt)e avowed ru'ipdse of uniting upon some.caji- j didate for Congress in the interest of the Wis-' coitsin riverj ' and decided Upon supporting H o i v C . ^ i . Webb, of'^rahd Rapids, */.*• *'=thah i Inasmuch as,. Wa^pada. county-is to, -.fu...

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 — 16 June 1882

^ AMEBICA'fl HATEBIAL PK0OBE8S. • no ojher^untry has there been anything like the rapid progress in inventions and all that pertains to material progress that has been made in the United States daring the last half centmy. H e says that the Americans have profited by the lessons which were taught them by the Ijiro^ucer ^ which had^ their l - : iaBe^^ : :m--^e' : -bii^ world have \"been supplemented and im- provM tipp#|]by the quick-witted and in- g e m o t ^ v Â¥ a i i k ^ r ^ productions of purely American origin. The world, he telhv n s , ^ ^ t o the g e n i u s ^ ^ ^ • p ^ i 6 f p l ' ^ ^ J J i ^ e d : . States for the electric telegraph, a scit enoe which has brought the remote sec- tions of the world into instant communi- cation for the utilization of steam *on the ocean the first vessel crossing the Atlantic having been of American con- struction for the present monitor sys- : tern of rinval architecture, now employed by the leading maritime nations of Europe for the sewing-ma...

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 — 23 June 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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