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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 June 1878

SUNSET. -z*r Melody to ancient air Has touched my soul. 0. hand so lair That hymned it forth, In the golden sunset there, Of noble worth! Feeble, poor and old am I: What is this life? Alas! how nigh Seemed it to fate, When the song I used to try Game whispering late. Tears are gauge of purest mind, Drop e'en a few the maimed and blind 116ve that song- Mother sang it, and the win* Swept soft along. As I think of saintly face, The touch of tender) loving grace, I silent turn •Where the sunbeams leapt—no trace To find, no bourne. , So leave I the sunset song, ' And hie me home to where I long -Tobow.my head Blessed the hand that struck among . Chords long since dead. Bringingback the golden time Of love and hope in its familiar rhyme The corn in ear- Breath of the bee-swaimed, murmuring lime, To cottage dear.' —Chamber!* Journal RURAL ECONOMY. Practical Hints. Nc farmer whose land will grow corn and grass can expect remunerative re- turns unless he breeds me%t-producing stock. In every...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 June 1878

•gSmi THE EXP0SITGR One Year {!• iHrnt*): . , !. ..:.......-...$r'sb Sue months.\" \" ' .'.L...'................ 7s VThre^»v-'V- - «.^ Jo • NOT PAID UNTII. J MONTHS AFTBK SUBSCRIBING! . S i s months.. ....'.....,:..,. . 1 06 STUBGtECttf BAY, WIS., JUNE 21,1878. FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. '.-': • • o c c e & s c o e o a -'••'• Strangers are getting numerous in ourimplements. village. A refreshing shower yesterday after- • noon./.,. Attorney O.fe. Graves, of Grceii Bay, is in the village. Justice is never blind when & poor man is to be punished. John Graass' saloon now glistens with a new coat of paint. Miss Bulls Mclsaao, of Rowley's Bay, is visiting friends hi this place. Mrs. A. D. Thorp, of this village, has gone to Tomah, Monroe county, on a visit. The Dover called in port Monday night, and took on another load of wood. A pleasant call from Mrs. N, Armbrust, and Miss Ida Crass, of Sevastopol. Tues- day. HP A large quanity of dried buffalo and dried beef at A. W. Lawrence ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 June 1878

?HE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY * C. 1.JtABTDf, BWTOBUjtD FEOFB. 'JUSTICE.' Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues -they cost the people nothing! Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a yeart Why give the privilege to « corporation toget money on bonds for nothing, : and deny that righttoan individual who holds a bond? This government has been ran for the . benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest «f the People and Labor1 THE DOOR COUNTY INDEPENDENT GREENBACK JPLUB, heets every Monday evening in the lower part of Ihe Town Hall, in this villagn. All persons in- terested in the Greenback movement, are respect- fully invited to attend the clnb. whether residents Or non residents of this connty. OFFICERS. R. M. WRIGHT....... .......President THOS.H. SMITH....... Vice President F. J. HAMILTON Secretory .CHRIS LEONHARDT Treasurer somdcbt on the shoulders of the working class, who hav...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 June 1878

THE CITY 07 BTLSSOB. BY HABVEY HOWARD, It is just the sweetest city! t Yet sometimes I think we pity . Those who dwell within those pretty White dwellings on the bill. \" It is so peaceful,' pleasant And fair to dwellers present: . And the partridge ana the pheasant Feel no late. It Is so still. Its walls are low and narrow, And the linnet and the sparrow Make the only music there. On! So silent are its homesI Never hare Its doora a roTerr - Myrtle green and redaest clover Grow in wreathed profusion over Its many earthen domes. Here are found no wreaths of laurel, None of bitter rue and sorrel Never comes the sound of quarrel In those quaint and vacant ways. . No sound ol stately masses, Nor of any praising,\"passes Upward through the growing grasses All the moveless, voiceless days. Men from other cities-wander, Other home-ties sometimes sunder Not soln the white town yonder On the wide-browed hill. Not a shadow of returning, Not a jot of fear or yearning In the dwellers' bosoms bu...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 June 1878

. THE FIRST BLUNDER. The first- blunder in the management of the financial affairs of the govern- ment,' after the' commencement of the war, was the refus&Uof the senate to pass the house! bill creating the greenback a full legal tender, and substituting there- for a bill making the greenback a par- tial legal tender—a legal tender for all debts, public and private^ except duties on imports and interest on the public debt, which were made payable in coin. This blunder has cost the nation a greater sacrifice of treasure than the war. Had the exceptions not been made to the le- gal tender quality of the greenback, the credit of thegovernment would not have furnished material for gold gamblers, and they would have no power to depreciate the greenback, because there would be , no -debtV, but. that which the ' greenback would pay, and it would not be an object for any one to decry the nation's credit. Every holder of a legal- tender note would be alike interested in maintaining' the ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 June 1878

'-^v^ *!^ #W&i«t^s^^*«c • These Paint* are mixed, ijsady for w , any shade or color, and aold to any quantities from OusQnarttoaJBamL 00 VOIII OWN PAINTINB. These Paints a n made of P u n White Lead, Ziuo aud Linseed OIL held in volution aud ready tor use are one third cheaper and will laat thro* time aa tongas Paint mlsed in the ordinary way. S25 REWARD! will be paid for every ounce of adulteration found In tnem. Thousands of houses and some o( the Jtoaat vfllaa to Antarioa are painted with taaa* Paints. Send for TeattmonlaU of same, also for Sample Colors an Price Lists, to th QLOBE MIXEDd PAIHT CO.e, ' • 10^ 3 ChamberOWriCKt s St., New York, C«.«0«6MAWAW?NQt^Nb8V,JER8£YCITV DOMESTIC ICUinety SLSdVau^Store NEW AND LARGK J STOCK OF^GOdDS: adjust: vJEteQelveca: Ladies' and Children*' Patterns. ' \" ' STAHPNO FOR EMBROIDERING AND BRAIDIIiC. For all kinds of Fancy Work done to order, f 9 * AH the latest styles of fancy goods and notions such as are tound in all firsfcUss mil...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 June 1878

atammm Orfghttl . New watta iTirmaw In figs Intamtisri) vast*paid Mm annually. TotalfraatttoB»boa4n41deT to date. . TfeBMfe, with Tlutr frestt to tto BMSMMMW. .Mi Their Cut Thki may be fifuted eat about as fol- lows: •8015 MM 65 1W7S0 | 8bowing tb*t for every |600ia sold Toaaed to tb* nation, the lenders barn al* | ready received nearly twice aa much at I tbey iuvitBted, and atUi bold a bond worth I $1,250.75, or $$50.75 more than they paid I for it, making a total loss to the people on I $l,«&bondissuedin 186* at an average $ • » In gold, or $1,807.80, with |1,000 I still te be paid. IB i( not time to Bquare up accounts People. I The way John Sherman is squaring up accounts, is by issuing more bondB to pay the interest on thebonds heretofore issued, «nd thus place the people understill great- «r depression by paying the interest on tfie new bonds. The only wayto \"square up\" the account, is for the Government to pay off the bondholders in the same material with which the ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 June 1878

WAYPA&EBS. The way is long,*my darling, Andtfast across the eTenlngaky ' ' ]£o terror,turn us front,thepath, •' Yoarii'eeit ju^Ur«Jtf,WParting '*•'••'• 8otir^d^h tender feet •- Sut think, when we.are there at last, \"*How long the rest, and sweet1 v ? For lot the lamps are lighted, And yonder gleaming dome, Before'nsshiningUke a star, ... j. ShaUguide our footsteps home. ^.We*,TeJortthefloweramgathered:',,. So early in the morn AM otfwego, wfth emptyhands s --. And garments soiled and worn. 'u Sot. ohI'the'dew All-tather , , f .WiU out to meet us come. And fairerflowersandwhiter robes . There wait for us athpme. - : ' ''Art cold my lore, and famishedf • ' Art faint and sore athirst? '. Be patient yet a little while And Jotous as at first For, obi the sun sets nerer Within that land of bloom, And thou shalt eat the bread of life, And drink life's wine at home. The wind blows cold, iny darling, Adown the mountain steep, And thick across the evening sky The darkling shadows creep...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 June 1878

WORK FOR THE WORKERS. Wealth to the Nation. \" Whether thi- sure uwy to ntpply people wjfh tools and material* and tit than to uiork, be not a frte circulation, q/money, whether silver or paper.\"—! BISHOP B _ s y _ v s QUMIBT. The steady and profitable employment of the people should as the hlgneat aim of government. Its encouragement to thrift and industry 1B all- Im- portant trf social progress. Generally idleness is distasteful. Ilea like to be\" usefully and profitably employed. Organised for action, their highest pleasure is in activity. By wise legislation all the people should be encouraged t o use their wasted faculties te as to become a hive of busy bodies— either of brain or hand. XlttXOKB LOST BY ID—NIBS. ? „ Ai it stands ta-day there is a aad lack of ppportu- nlty. With, the exnaustleBS productiveness of the earth to mine, to cutivate, to explore, the channels of Industry are everywhere blocked and gorged, and the hand of labor is palsied. The earth teems with raw mater...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 June 1878

IpM^ixpisr^ One Year ! arivaace) '.../.:,/ Six months '\" Three \" TERMS OF SC/BSCRTPT/ON. ..$i so - 75 NOT TAtD ONT1L 3 MONTHS, AFTERVSUBSCRIBII One'VearUi.......LV..{l%l'..' , ' ''\"' ]• '$2 Six months...!,... 7....V.\".\".\".V...V.\".V.V.J i STCd^d N BAti WIS.i JUNE 28.1878. Thi Dove/ wooded up at this port again on Tuesday. VK(Â¥9TSe Synon, of Madison, is visit- ing iielatives in this village. We received a call from Mr. Ed. Kinney, of Nasewaupee, yesterday. /We noticed Jos. Harris. Jr., of Bailey's liarbor, in the village Wednesday... Mr. E. Thomas and wife returned home, from a visit toPeshtigo, last Monday.- Mr. M. Spear is a little under the weath- er of late, but we hope Marshall will soon be all right again. It now.looks as if work on the~GoTern ment piers at the canal, will be resumed in a short time. The Welcome arrived in port last Sunday with an excursion party. Of course the canal was ''taken in.\" Call at the drug store and get vaccinated by a glass of sodawater, and...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 June 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY CLHABTOf.lDITOBANDmrE. ^•SL?0?,* *h«J»°°Ple nothing! Abolish tha * i « fmnr2ank8' fo f ^hr[ch «\"• P«Pl «« taxed *127,000,000 a year1 Why give the Drivllejre to a corporationt triegett o money on bondsfornoffiine w i » \" y ^ a ht 0 »n ^dividualwho holR hSritt^-JPc , iT n t b m i \"in for the r r 2 « w i ^ e f r y l o k 8 a n d GoW Gamblers! The JWKysMKsrto^ u tothe iDtere8t THE DOOR COUNTY J N D E P E N D E N T P R E E N B A C K pLUB, tWTV,^el7«iiMo!nda?:I,se'e_5ing in the lower part of £ £ 3 3 M .l11G^enback^ItagH- ^ ^ All persons in- f n i w w Mto6. movement, are respect- e r T , ^ ^ &tt endthe clnb, whether residents or non residents o#f thtB county. „ , OPFICER8. T B 0 8 H B K \" - - -President P j n ? M « w w - Vice President t. J. HAMILTON.^ Beoretarv CHRIS LEOKHARDT......:::: : Snreyr u STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNK 28, 1878. WUco«sm.crop report: Small grain and grass never Wjked better. The chinch-bug has nearely dis^pt*...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 June 1878

IClliJffiXP«SITC)» STUBGKON BAT, ^JBCQNSIN. 3?EW8 M BKIEF. GENERAL FOREIGN NOTES. DUBING the interview Sunday between Bismarck uidUortschakoff the large Danish dog of Bismarck made a ferocious attack on Gortschakoff, who was rescued after consid- erable trouble. A DIBPATCH from Vienna says in diplo matic circles the formal declaration of his physicians that the complete recovery of the Emperor William can only be effected after a long time is considered to foreshadow the appointment of Crown Prince Freder- ick William as regent. An announcement to that effect is expected by the end of June or early in July, THE latest advices from San Domingo re- port that Gen. Gonzales has been re-elected president, all parties have been reconciled, and the country is flourishing. THB Shaewaecaemette four, of Monroe, Mich., to compete in the Henly regatta, : landed at Southampton on the 18th inst. The London and Southern Railwaycompany placed a saloon carriage at their service, and conveyed their...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 June 1878

BTTHEFHtE. BY MART E. BRADLEY. When daylight darkensin the skies, Whfen evening shadows fall, Alone, r watch witu creaming eyes The firelight on the waU - Alone, I listen to the feet, That in continuous stream Pursue each ether on the street, „•• And mingle with my dream. Done of them stop, -with BWlftdesire To enter at tny door) - I trim my lamp and stir my fire For homeward feet no more. Yet, with a trick of listening,- Caught longand long «go, I seem to hear the welcome ring 01 some I used,to know. : Whereare they i 1t landering ttf-night? What breadth h of land and sea lies dim and empty of delight ° Betwixt my loveand me? Perchance, with green earth overspread, He sleeps a dreamless sleep, Or tossing waves above his head Their ceaselessmurmur keep. Never an echo from his heart Has found its way to mine Yet, as the red coaU drop-apart, With shifting gloom and shine, His facs looks through the dancing fire, Wild dreams dance through my brain, He comes with all the old desire An...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 June 1878

w i fPIiU.........L These Paint* an mixed, ready for use, any Rlitde or color, Mil sold ID any quantities from Una Quart to a Barrel. M TOUR OWN PAINTINI. Thsse Taint* are made of Pure White Lead, Zino aud Unseed OiL held In solution and ready far use are one third cheaper and will last three tune as long as Paint mixed in the ordinary way. S25 REWARD! will be paid for every ounce of adulteration found In them. Thousands of houses and some of the finest villas in America are painted with' these Mat*. Send for Testimonials of same, aluo for Sample Colors and Price Lists, to the GLOBE MIXED PAINT CO., O F l T C E i 103 Chambori 8t., New York, WORKSt Car.MORGAN*WASHINGTON8T8..JERSEYCITY DOMESTIC WIR8.IM.1A.SCH0YLERS Millineiy a#V^etyStore NEW AND LARGK STOCK OF GOODS Ladies' and Chlldrens' Patterns? - STAMPS FOR EMBROIDERING AND BRAIDING V For all kinds of Fancy Work done to order. tW All the latest stylcu of fancy Roods and itinns. such as are tound in all first«class mlllinerj 30tf ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 July 1878

*3&i$00&MJ?&$r!y C- EASTERN CLOUD. ^••ndBualMSxpraMUH tiufttWWstkSf tbs Csagtsia WillWOy 1#W«TWiMMT ' ,.\"'' :\":'':::: :'\", r.\":\" Turkey: Ca-rtUMt Bar Ok)«tl«M, tat m i l Tie Upaad ft*t«wt«tIk«Fra»«rt B«rtU Ct*- WHAT RCSilA tt nnAmi M »0»T that RoMUatfcaittkcre tore clowd » .msmrffcAuredsJ ones. -^ i\"/\"*' ' -%? ria *ni RoumeHs After fee vHMnw^Tof the Russian*. TU« Prince of Bulgsria will not be elected by universal suffrage, but by duly choMB delegate*, the election to be subject to the ratification by the pow era. -:-- •••• v • • LoirooN, Jnne87.-A Beriin correspon- dent lettas that Lord Ballibwy announced that the congress will probably end oh the 6th of July. BBLGBADS June 2$.—General Fadaieff has handed the Servian Government $600,000, the balance of the war expense* guaranteed by Russia. The proposed Austrian occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina causes universal uneasinessi in Servia, and military prep- arations continue. ATHENS, June 28.—News has...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 July 1878

' « . - t e v . l ( ^ . ' , ' tfl|$i3r^ • MittdirSlropics. Aii^ucAH agricultural implements at thftjPariaexpQBitiqn are pronounced by : ^|||r$hch 1:journals. aa unrivaled \\w Mj3ft^id^|o^^6rdu^h'8\" fyvfy on theStates j S i o n ^ ri1b$|j^ a ^ by a fJ?w( ^ Ibave ^i^^fljjjm^ it has J gr6^ ^ry la^ev^^':' v \\^':' '-:: '.' ' ':'--JX\\ ^i*^irt«iei?. that there. *re 8,000,000 pupils enrolled in the public schools of the United States. The average daily attendance is 4,500,000. The estimated population between six and sixteen years ^^4810,00^000 , :, ^ - | ^ i f :. THE unequal length of the lower limbs sometimes observed in man can be more readily detected when the man is lying down on the floor than when he is stand- ing up if^perifeuced tailors assert that this aberration accounts for some misfits in trousers ABOTJTtwenty obscure persons have been arrested suspected «f complicity in favor of Sultan Murad. The\" party opposed to the sultan app^tojtain strength, • vU J GBKKOE has ctmclu...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 July 1878

'.'/ '- -J' , f' afrffiff--^: *•? -. ./ Theftmend servicesoYfcrWilliamCullen Bryant's • KmainaMtar* closed with theringingoi the follow- ing hyaih, which, the pastor slated w«s written by Bryant . . ,.v.. Deem not that they are blest alone, Whose days a peaceful enor keep, The God who loves eur iace hms shown A blessing for the eyes that weep. The light of smiles should fill again • The lids that overflow with tears, And weary hours of'woe and pain, Are earnest of serener years. . Ah! there are days of hope and rest, . For every dark and troubled night And grief mar bide an evening guest, • Bat Joy shall come with early light. . And thou who o'er thy friend's low hier • ' Dost shed the bitter, drop-like rain, Hope that a brighter, happier spnere, Will give him to thy arms again. RURAL ECONOMY. Farm and Garden Notes. SHEEP and swine in the orchards are recommended to exterminate the codling moth. •A FLOWER garden should be sunny soil, rich black loam, and sheltered.from the wind. ' ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 July 1878

&-'r>#?^^ #$$&$% r'.*»vMK9B53HS!B m^WBffi&mmt Six montfm « V •\" ......... --——*« 5° , Th«*-*»p« «:. .•• ...* _* .**:* J* iS: N6T PAJI» j»Ntll, 3 MONTHS A V T K* KtdWCRIBrMC! R » * . m o n t h * . . : . . . . * . . . , . « . ' i 00 ^UROEON BAY, WIS, JULY 5. 1878. 7 FLOATING 8PBINU BUBBLK8. The street are still full of fourth of July —brush and litter. It has been thawing considerable in this locality for theipast two days, Mr. William Marshall and wife, of North Bay, arc in the village visiting friends. The Episcopal sociable at 8poar's last Saturday evening, is reported as a very cu- joyabio affair. Bummer sun for the past few days, IIHB fairly brought forth—sweat on the brow of our villages. Mr. Geo. Kemp, who ha* been absent for three or four years, returned to this county last Wednesday. Mr.P. Q.Wright and many others of Joeksor.port, were hi the village the fore part of this week. D, t Ramage was among those from the West show who came to this pla...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 July 1878

^ THE EXPOSITOR. ^ P U B L I S H E D EVERY FRIDAY C.I.MAETIN.EDITOBANDPSOrE. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all due* —they cost the people nothing! Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed (127,000,000 a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation toget money on. bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds a bond} This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest of the People and Labor! THE DOOR COUNTY INDEPENDENT PREENBACK PLUB meets every Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in this villagt*. All persons in- terested in the Greenback movement, are respect- fully invited to attend the club, whether residents or non residents of this county. OFFICERS. R M. WBIGHT-...- ..President THOS. H. SMITH Vice President F.J.HAMILTON.-: .....Secretary CHRIS LEONHARDT ...Treasurer STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 5, 1878. A Russian, paper in writing of the ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 July 1878

: A .. m w«y the country road along, Beneath* aky that o'er them bends, \"._ Inspiring monodies of song, In keeping with the soberguise That nature in hei1 woody deeps -.-..••.-••. Wears, losing«U her gaudy dyes Aa with the equinox she weeps. - c What deep contentment in thegroup : • That iii the waters stand hoof-deep, Unmindful of the lash or whoop! What joy in this young creature'sleap! And yonder one, with head erect, And ears set forward, fain would know What from this stir she may expect— And on with sturdy move and slow. , Come others, while agalst the sky • c\"- A horseman rides in silhouette, Whose laasy motie'ns seem to vie i With cattle's moods, that naught may fret The footman, too, with measured stride . The mastiff with himself content, And with bischafge quite satisfied— AH with the scene are merged and blent And so life opens to our Tiew , • .And sylvan scene, not one but oft, Where everything a blending hue Assumes beneath an air so soft And bland that thoughts of...

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