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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 22 December 1882

1 TEAR, $ 1.50. | « Mo*, 75c | 3 MO&, 40c -.-\"-I'•'•'•/• jBnfercaVas fee*£d-cla«j matter, : | ,,, j »t t«w Port Office *t StuiseoD Bay J BTURGEOtfBAYi .^DECi22 1882 AND HAPPENINGS. S ' It is-the late cat that catches the early fcoofrrjack. *^)-:,:.\\: .*.'/'.. . A ....' Acfiidejatsin the woods are bpcoraing -quit? frequent.* , There ia considerable sickness around the cpi^itry. V ' /»\"'•' See Shimmel& SonV new advertise^ ment in this issue. The roads to the country are in splen- ^ did candition.and numerously used. Wild cats and foxes are being captured In thfrswantps of Kewaunee county. j The bark of a dog is unlike the barkjof, a tree. Even a dog would know this. . |2^\"Rernejnber the beautiful holiday • presents at C. M. Smith /& Co.'s drug store. .- , There will be plenty of \"social dances\" around the county for the next few ' weeks. .. \". • „ •'\"'*\" • • ' Tne Odd Fellows of Kewaunee are to have an installation'and a ballon the 6th of January. If you wis...

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 — 22 December 1882

Uritismtb rntBf I?BIDIT Bt feT|CTRfiEQN^t '\"|..:: :' \" MEMJClHtTTO? POSTAfcl*.X. y^iM^^-imii^i^^^^^,»y the Committee m So«t Offices and Post ttoadsof the House «f Rejpreaentativea trortlllng^r\"the reduction tof the $$• tage on ordinary letters from three to 7 two cents. The Post Office Department favors the proposition and there is no good reason why i t should not be tried, even if the effect of i t during the next few years should be to Create a slight defibit f he ppstai service id no * ittoro than selfaust^ininjr.In fact, it is estim- ated that there will be a surplus: of sev- eral million dollars during the next fldeai year. It has never been the policy of ther government to make the- Post Office a source of revenue. 71- SI1MC HHlVW 1$ POLITICS. ^ There is often abroad burlesque in po- 11 tscal matters Two years ago, Mr. A. G, Warren WM elected county surveyor of this county.^Havingao salary attached, .the office was practically Worthless to him. Being advaftced in* years...

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 — 22 December 1882

d* $: '45?.'*^-:ffi^^ '*.?? sri^ by t ^ ^ t e ^ ^ *» ia called y otur- CODBUI «|-Smyrna, Mr.. 'ira^'^6^ih^:iim of American aMaa^t^nfiimt^ npwi)eing placed ,.,'^.i^-marj»^8 pf i t o t j ^ of the world '? ' ^yyEiJg^ft'\"^rn»- j|TJie.' result istoin-$2,472V r ?jure1 burtride, and||nanufactures, Mr. I^cai'wrxti^r^'lrhese dishonest imi- Av1^n6 :.raW\"^orme^-'jby' the principal „.. Imporiters of : tne r|aL American domes- ^Cfl^lare continual|y doing \"us ia greatf deal of harm^by cheating tie public, an d yet the brand |B probably sufficient- ly Changed to avoid prosecution.\" In the \"sjamer Volume£ rerwrts there is a commun^tfqn 'from Mr. Denny, bur consul 'general at Shanghai, on this 'i identifed' subject. \\ He -writes: \"A re- cetil.tiqyelty has been the! import of a ,j dnUin| from England, packed in lite samemanner as thlose coming from the United States, which has met a ready sales af prices nearly equivalent to those • paid for the best A'merican brands.\" We , suppose there...

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 — 29 December 1882

r*sitd^:ine*nHh«P«fJLino With the blaainglag« . e Ctoistmaa chimes, , olden times,,.., ,. mu •Â« M.—«M » ^_ „ x tbftiieaxtiiatane wide, Was the p i c t w fcriahtjat the CtiriBtmas-tide. There were grand old dames in their gayDrocades, And beardlea^yonUJaankl rosy maids* And oWdren fair as thfehot-honse blooma, . That lant theicawBeta to the spacious rooms. A beauteous stripling, And Ihe merriest one - With yellow hair like, - A n d hazel eyas\"Ji*e a ' ' Was the only«Mld of • And of. wealth in stoi let before the browed, the tnerry crowd,. mesh of gold, • ,'• Joan's bold. e princely host, , the lad could boast , 1 ~ Rimes were done, He.waa missed—ay, the youthful heir had gbnel They search the hcmse,|:they waroh the grounds, The frantic parents list the sounds Of the happy laugh arid the merry Bong -That has cheered theu: hearts the whole daylong But the months paseed by, and the pale years fled,, iAnd they mojarned their boy sis we mourn our dead, Except that bo grave with it...

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 — 29 December 1882

mwwB^imm: 1 YEAH, | ) # . 1 6 Moaj 7Eic |:3 Moa, 40p. . - at the Port Office at Stn njeon Bay. » •- .^^H^ppEimrgs, The sua'has commejaced its: northern Seen'otlctffa Mother column of stray jade of hops, | cori- f.She ice l a this bay i&now aboat nine IOjBtresthick.f. - Ppta^es'^lifei? yeast tinue\\W)raise. / - - • /Dave you ^noticed t| getting longer? TheJaw attaches a.jjjjenalty to'killing deer from and: after Mcmday next. '[ ^ nian nanyed' Bennett/aged72years, in • Manitowoc,! last committed suicide . week,: t 1 ' \". :'\"''. The days begin to lengthen, but the weather? well, itdoesn^tstrengthenlv.ery much * • •'•.-.••\" ' : '•\"\"'•:•\"• I • ' fjf r The EXPOSITOR wishes its Teaders) one and all, a prosperous and joyous Happy NeWYearl . \\^.\\.\\ '..[\"•• •:• •// • \"-'j'. • „ ^There's a splutter of snow each I day but it don't perceptibly increase its depth on thegfpund. , s v | . If frost and snow, conies an immense . quantity of wood will be banked 4p and apontFish Creek. ...

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 — 29 December 1882

0$^$$&^i%&g s \" - w^^- f ^:*sf'i« & Mi ^tJTOBfff^^ '•'** f)mti\\8 tio -mort:isn(n^ibe.yfpily: than tho talk: of politicians in the two great ^tlesyfedncefiiing therflRfeat of the Rc- jmblicanS aiirl victoYy ^''tythe'&ijrio - erats itV the jate feicction?. ^: fieriio- cratlBtPatty oi:'•'&• ilay i^T notJ h i Dpmb- v 'crttti6v i»ftr^fr ».idE- •.I860, an if the leaders eoriisittef fine party ia restored with any such ineaa—if any- suppose that the re» .cent triiittiphs are rewards Of merit and . devotionv tliat the American people are eager to apologize for the defeats of I860, 1864,1868. and.1872, they areegregiohsly lnMBttOr,and the Democratic party will flnrylVe only fer awile in OTder to matce XttaG final defltructioii the more complete. iMxe people ^eman^^rightfuljiy^ demand -rsome. guarantee for the future. They do not ask that again the Bemocrats take th e oath of aillegience they dp-iht insist th^t tjiey show their loyalty7 toVie flag OT that th^y openly...

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 — 29 December 1882

m:M' so thai iro»uri»t6eiorghli works, ^mai^cane, and even each da^rMlttiS^Afe^wbrEea independent 3ff:J^^b ot^/radrthefarthfirintrolnc tiohV of bpneJjhKjk Mretion, and the compete,^paration ofpsugar and syrup , ***7^«toentriragali*yfi*eW^has suddenly \"'^plboedWSittgfinm?' in.-*•' the 'tot vof *- . SEIL^fcigf iffidttBtHesi5pf the!:^brth now wherever l OG0 i*cres cane can be* securefl, the t 6 f t e f ^ » ^ O d O 'manufactory fpay1 fcftrier and 'manufacturer 9i^r^^y'3hft^ a^lfcye process surgar ' made from sorghum is largely sought by • • \"*/\"mk -OnioagqT^fjMereof southern sugar, iKJiflS^'r^j^^'-^^^'-'P^8*''^?8 more\" -)4«'gelyre8ult€d from unskilled handling, ***aa4nisttpposihg that various chemioals T^..J$Mffi!!^'&^^ ** » bntin t r a t b» ^i^£jn^'^^^\\U^^^:^ filtering . -::' thsot^-bone black is all the secret there J*1'*- Is', 'and Imlrohantable sugar, not dis- ^.^ii^^j^l^^^|I^K 'P •:a^id^ l will f wwnlL,-. We, as.,a-nation, import not far fa* from#TO,flW,000 annuall...

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 January 1883

v TBY THE J?0E!P't,EfE8T» FAI|B#B^SYAK,. E^clt year Cometh-wife all his days,' Some are shadowed and eomB are bright He beokonis us oh tintirfie Btaya Kneeling,with IIB 'neath ChriBhnas night. Kneeling under the stars that gem The holy sky o'er the humble place When the world's sweet Child of Bethlehem Rested on Mary full of grace. ^ 2iI6t only the Bethlehem in the East, • But altar BSthlebems everywhere, •When the Gloria of the first great Feast Eingfi torth its gladness on the air. Each.year Bceinetb loath to go, • And leave the joyg of Christmas day •••.-. In lands of HUB and in lands of snow, The yoar still longs awhile to stay. A little while, 'tie hard to part ' „ From, this Christ-blessed here below', Old year! and in thy aged heart I hear thee sing, BO sweet and row A song like this, but sweeter far, And yet as if with a human tone. Under the blessed Christmas star, Aa thou deficendest from thy throne. \" A few more days, and I am gone, \" \"„ The hours inore swift and sure...

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 January 1883

• * • : / :ft mm TEBMS0F8UB8CBrBTl0N:\\ YEAR,$1.50. | 0 Mo&» 7BC.JI 3 MO&, 40c . j Entered, tareco-d-claes matter, I j ....... a t l h e Post Office a t Statgeon Bay f STURGEON BAY. ..J. JAN 3, 1883 AND HAPPENINGS. * Ten below zero yesterday morning. Cord wood continuea.to come to town in large quantities. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lindsey is very ill. Jf T. H. Smith and lady have gone to the •city of Leathaniport on a brief visit. J$uy a thermometer, and see how bigto a weather lie newspaper men indulge in. ..-.' -•' / . . , . ' . - Again,the EXPOSITOR job printing d#u partment tags away with a- big rush of work. ' - Michael Doehearty is now first engi- neer of the forge in Leatham & Smith's blacksniilh shop. \\: ' C Mr. Hugh McFadden goes to Leatham- port, in a few days, filling the position of boss log sealer. Mrs. Jos. Campbell has returned from x her visit to Ohio. She was accompanied home by her son Jay. Sunday and Monday were murderous days for turkeys...

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 January 1883

^3/ttk:-*\\KLZ^: ) F » * **- i n mmm&Mmmm mk mm wSMt Prati smsa EEB PBifiii isr S URGEONBAY^, ./AN. 5,1883 PEOPLE WHO CAME TO AMERICA IN 1882.try The total:iMmigration to the United fetates for 1882, at all iiofta was about *?35,000. This estimate is based on Cus^ tom-house official retums.for all months except December, the .arrivals of which month are placed at 30,000. The total Immigration at all ports for 1881 was a little over 719,009, showing an increase bf about 16,000 in the past year. The countries from which the immi- grants come and the number contributed by each were as follows: Germany, 23'2,- TXK) England and Wales, 81,000 Ire- land, 70,000 , Scotland, 17,000: Sweden, • fc9,000 Norway, 27,000 ' Canada, 89,000 all other countries, 160,000. The arrivals in the last three months show a decided falling, off, those of \\ De- cember showing a decline ^f about twen- ty per cent. Those who have been close observers of immigration for many .y.ears think it , has reached it...

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 January 1883

^ U AJnSWHTDUSTEY \"••••• C ^ f c s -i : '\"'••-''-—T- '- :. :.•.:•/. :. O j ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 'eSttlts „' appe^^^,tM ! W««n * census buUetin giving ^Stetwia(J of-mantrfacfaMes in : -the United StaSeslby industries is the rer turns of cofct^a^M (^^and'caKeV These \\. tetuiHB^o^ that in 1880'there wexo forty-five estabiisjhments of this kind in the country, p^esui^bly.in the south, : and that«th(&y^tu©^ pipduots for that year wM^eJ^ly,' eight million dollars, Tbfi^to^B^ed^&ialyaa'\"'valued at about five sa»d^sf*Wf million dollars. In 1870 there -were but twenty-six of .these mills, only a miljio'n ahtt three, hundred thou- sand dolla^Worth of seed was pressed, and a miUpn two hundred thousand , ddllate' wtoiiii of oil made., The busi- ness'irfnowvcarjied da to a vastly greater extepy,t|ianj(t wais ih1880,since within -the pasti^io'years many hew mills with extensive* capacity and 'improved ma- chinery i»*8 Sprung up, in various parts of t\\te,»^^l^i^^A.i' 'r^he...

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 January 1883

I hold the troo pliilosopJiev l Not h» wlio wears a Bolemfi frown— Who speaks aiqne ofibose who err, ° And swears the wdrJtfis.ugBide down— Tfbo nituB at every shining mark - The ubafts of wisdom,-tipped with bate— Who walks.forever in-the dark, ' # . • And deems mettta Uvea are ruled by fate But he who loots across the tfde Of troubles incident to man— • - „ StiU seeking on the other side • - Fulfillment of soino bounteous plan: Who feels men's hearts are taade of stuff . That should resist each patty grief, And bravely turns from each rebuff Unconquered In his btrohg belief Wlfo Baourns not the olden tithes, . Declaring with a sombre sneer, 'iheiworld is more debased wifh crime And life more wretched year by year But boldly says that men to-day Are nobler than they ever were, And doubts this doctrine or'decay- He is a true pMlosopher. The cynic's crown is lightly won, And simple are his Beornful ways, JFor ever since- the world begun' 'Tiseasier to rail than praise. A,monient yo...

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 January 1883

•J % MMMMfc i t e m * m TERMS OK SifBSCRIPTfOM I TEAS, $1.50. J * MOS, 75c. J 3 Moa, *0e. int«rea^aasecd5»d-cl**8 matter, i t at the Post Office at Sturgeon BayrI AND HAPPENINGS. On the farms where cleariiiffe to be commenced soon, stumpage ca& be had very cheap. Lots of bircfs-eye maple Is Cited for firewood in this utility ahi sold for '.$160 a thonsandltt LtverpboL There is a considerable ainonnt of for- est products—in the^ shape of wood^tiea, and posts being goiout at Sister Bay this winter. They are numerously piled on the piers and banked along the shore. , The members of Maple Grove Lodge of Good Templars, Clay Banks, were over in force Wednesday evening to visit Stur- geon Bay Lodge. We* understand the eveningexercises were of a very pleasant character. ^ Carl, a three-year-old, and youngest son of W. B. Lawrence, tipped oyer a rocking chair the other evening, and thereby was thrown up against a hot stove, burning its face hands in a shock- ing manner. Books may be pr...

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 January 1883

\\ «g^*i itoi Mai r,vrJf/TCTJr f.-J ^-ay.Ty.TgXf Mitt cwMia !5™H.' STURGEON BAY......-.. . a m 12. 1883 T HE P O L I T I C AL CAfcnROX. There is such frequent boiling in party politics, that the term political caldron is both significant and common. Per- haps never did the expression better ap- ' piy than, now. The recent elections **ere stidh arfettiarkable upheaval and fiv'erturning, that neither Democrats nor fte^ublicans have as yet recovered from the strange shakingup. The latter were sent so low down into the shades of de- feat that they don't ktiotf wlier^ they are* hor how to get. back I n any sort of sea- son for a fair show in |he tight of 1884— they only realize that there is a good deal of getting back td be done, or the, great party of the VYaroHhe Rebellion' Is among the yesterdays. The Demo- c r a t s , on the other hand, were tossed so ^nigh on the wave of success, that they * haven't quite recovered breath, and are fcs perplexed |by the completeness of the victor...

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 January 1883

THE POWEB OF THfe1KLE3*£NTS. **&$. report ot the surveyor of Moyd's ^ ^ ^ W j a a o i j a s i f t ^ g t e a t typhoon in dctbbe^lres'^aiQ^ 1 ira^wtive' data of the ^owe r ot' : ^clones. \"Th e anemoh&Sly ?icf? *tne' 'b^ervatory,\"he #i^|Iyiiegi#M«a c*elcfciyio£oii hun^ dred and fbrty-fonr statute miles -per hour, brit^e irfl^ increasing they were all B&^$way j conseqtientij'the maxi- v^pxt^e^0^WTi^^B(mD\" This ob- ^Ffe3pid5fei blithewind though phe- nenlenal, is not unprecedented in storm records, says the New York Herald. The British iufecane'^iie h over whelmed the $$y Tbndfge jbeceniber J&fi879, was attended OTer:p^tpf Scotland by wind velocities estimated at one hundred- and fifty inlles «fn fioui\". Daring the passage of, th6V^F^ 'Jiib!iatt cyclone oyer the jiirot|ipa on.August 18,1879, the signal service? imported that 'at Cape Lookout \" th^f^topniete r Ctips were blown awa^Jlte .^find then blowing at the rate of one, hufid^ed and thirty-eight miles perhou...

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 January 1883

feV:Â¥i7747^ T-S-SS ^w'^M»y^-'4*^'i-'^'t-J-''X!fJi'—•|-'|'X'^ i T r a i l l W - i ^ ^ l rt' ^'\"J- ii-i.'b Jn't-j-j'. „ _ ^...™„r..j,rlgnjer,8revr * Olw feto^gtrecnilvard sofeafcerly .Wap welcoming tbCstiew :-.--:- •• . That if nry footsteps ne'er betrayed ,'• Ae I drew iiear iny gray-*xcd maid— My gray-eyed maid who never yet ,- • Had answered yea nor aay^ But wbeto I begged or ber a kiss . Loofcedstrofeut another way, And spoke of tree, or How'r, or bird. As though she bad not heard a word I lingered by the open door, Sbe dreamed not I was near, And tout itJivas tiiy iihppy fate The song she sang to bear— A song with sweetest mneic filled, 8ang.to tto^traln a cricket shrilled. It WaB tB&most dellRhthU thing • To. lover everlcnown, Her merry notes accorded to , ttoecrlc^et'fTmonotone, AndOB.tbemrdB »he sang I caught, Ttftfniftbt with melody «temed fraught '.\"•Â«.*¥«» yeBj'iWcatetl love Win, Andsoiae.tLMel'UtenbiiaBo : -• MbWbt$Mt$i ftould be Blow ' What irfmroeir heart...

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 January 1883

M m ||§B£i*:*r^:40c. ^S^^tbifmt Offlee »t«tttw«H Bay: f iimmmmmmittimmmmmmmmiilk STURGEON BAY. . . . . . t a 19, 1883 A3TO HAPPENINGS. Â¥ Lumberinen continue happy. iv ^hy la ifr that jevery awn can't be a man?. •A The frost is creeping through the snow Into the groiind. \"'.'.':. • « Bine hematiteiron ofe has been found in Outagamie county. ' Bringon your job printing if you want it done up infirst-classstyle. Keep your hen roosts well secured, or the lynx will borrow your chickens. Assemblyman Geo. 0. Spear, returned honie from Madison yesterday, to attend his mother's funeral. Miss Florence Carpenter, who has been suffering with lung fever, we are glad to learn is recovering, . If you want to see a pair of bob- sleighs that are a novelty, just step into Micbael Welter's implement halt the Green Bay Data is carefully put dressed, was killed at Grand Shute near Anpleton, a few days ago. A little girl at Michael Welter's house, has caused the happy daddy to grin broad and blan...

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 — 19 January 1883

i ^l^^^^^j^js maemaBaasmmm ^HHUHmssmiam********* mm mum m mmm mwam T~M The following are the names of Doojr County officers: .. ..-•'„ ' „ • • Af«envblyman....i..:-......, :P*PJ9 8?e*«' pounij/udge....j......... ...I^J. Htunfltott Sheriff ..v.\"......4.:....-.-------\"-TnonittsScittt Pepnty Shertff—.i.——— ...-AAoIoVXVagencr Trea8ni*iu..........---•--'•\"•-•--••\"' AvThotapson fcountir Clertt..........-..-....-.Chas. A. Masse district Attorney ..,.-.:.—...^.O. B. DrttttMr fclerk of Circuit Cottrt.,-.... .AUen HigRitl* jfegiater•or Deed*...-,...-...-....JanMeJCeugh, Jr Ctfeiuer.-i ..v-:—..........-—-.--..Martin Diyefi STURGEON BAY... JAN. 19v 1883 IRK dOTF.KlXOtt'8 MKSS1GK, The Message of Gov. Rusk, in this issue) 4s a brief yet comprehensive document, tjiilike most State papers it is terse and to the point and will have a more ex- pensive rending than though it were twice the lengm, Hie remarks on .spe- cial legislation is judicious fthd wise^ and Snioftid be heeded by the iegislat...

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 January 1883

Titfif: thejth wibfie Dr. S. M,= i^boivms alorie^nd sick in k^ispreWmji house anti carried off Kflbefdr^cStJglit the robber, but ^Ji&lfto/lJoMJhiA. .•• ... Jttl^Bflftn cityriof Baab^ on theBiver r,1*outainin.g_a. population of about 2Q? Thi Danul - . . . . _ _ 000, bsspbeen^ntitcljabandoned by its inhabit tant8^I^Dg^ji®lhundation. Theflooacaine Buddetafc,and!lUier«s/^ite some loss of .life. Elsewne^llpog the Danube io.wna are flooded. \"'•it:' ^-- l W '^'fettle. ' .^j •••. .,• .„•:- Buff«i^toefl»r waQjeiped.jtf^h the fifth •of c«nf'tp ^ie ba8ement ^f the Baltimore bMealisrv,passe|l a^rtfy cm the 7th, sur- lalf b^|b»fianiily,:' The ovejnt will. un- '[ followed bv the death\"of his ven 4 who was liftediirom his carriage: intcH!h^|)ri6on. YounfrSpencer £fld a slarge fortune of hfeiown. In an outburst of passion •^hefljigl apolitical ppponent at the polls = '&& . tank a t sea*• • • 11/31 §r 4 '*M ^ wm K » s »*»« $ ' gOn^fbfe^ornltnj* of the Jth' ink ., as th e fe...

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 January 1883

She stood beaide the iron road, . A little child of teB years old • Shfi heard two meeting, thunders rolled From north'and tenth, that plainly showed Danger'too fearful to bo told. Nearer, still nearer, rumbling, on, Our train approached with crashing speed What could she do? who would give heed To her—a child-who stood alone And voiceless as a roadside weed? A feeble cry 6he'raised, and stood Across the track—and then untied Her'little apron from he- Bide, And waved it Bwiftly as she conld, If only she might be espied I. If only on the hissing bacS^ Of that huge monster,'nearing i_ Tue engineer bin eye mightpM On htr, there ou the curving .track, AnjJ heed her signal ere he/passed! She stands with shout and wanting beck On comes the train with thundering roar The fireman setB-r-he looks once more— He sees a little waving speck,» ' „ And slackening, slower moves and slower. .' Hi, little girl! what's all this row?\" \"Another train! H y ears it Btunft! It rounds the curvu like ratt...

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