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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 26 January 1883

H&oea&ft JHlMIl1 irMfrriiiiTniTimr i.^^rr^j\"it^gg ! mBMSmsmSCBIPTION: 1YEAB, $L50.18 lto&, 76c. J 3 MO&, 40c. r Entered, as fccotid-class matter, » f,--,-. i t the Port Office at Sturgeon Bay, f STURGEON *AY.....:..... JAN. &, 1883 l^t&taginiiatnre tor p«rfectnes9 in l^acft cpmparfis^ith a winter landscape beneath the moon. A short excursion last Monday evening, facing/a keen Northwest wind, with the^ rteratoineteje pointing 25 degrees b^low^ro, i«f|^ie proof we haw f^r^e above afl8ertionx an accomplice in a criminal offence, and gloat over it a | $ h e ? ^ morsel. A t t h i e ^ m e ^ ^ ^h|^f dttSnot brieve the ramoiv Thi? mUfllproteat i|?|ut in'asjis^l^ ta|)|B Avoaaifed feeliii^of th§cpe^ridi of tlie acciweii. This isprt of-jofimalismte tall • i of teSschiei and jo^nallfitpfjhonof AJCD HAPPEJnifOS. Lent begins on the 7th of February. The sewing machine business is brisk in this county. * Marinette ifl agitated with the ques- tion of a city charter. The ...

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 January 1883

sz-' m mm* J J p & t pemoCTiiplli a t kll snpersli- tui&ii *6firt sec a i p oih§n in the a t It will b? required aii ez\\ien&iinre of teni^tdt Ifashfiile t!i|feltidr nay to start} at least | 5 , 0 l i p by the Italian Govern- }aboont&c\"Clereland aiid fiate.** The]menttomake*goodthedaniage. done to e ^ l e * » ^ ^ M ibdsefrom the [roads, bridges, and ittbli buildings by tJoTaa o f 1 M Uajpil©l4 bearing a medal| the late^ inundation^..The nnmber of inscribed with thenames of those gen-j persons who Have buffered losses by the I tlemen59Candidates for President and \\ floods in Prussia alone was one hundred ^,.....,_ _ r . _ _ j Vice Presidentin mi, couldn't 4Y* It land thirty thousand....The people who The following ate the names of poor County | fell among tKetet^ap h wires and was I were impelled toflywhen the tlanu&e ASSSS^an!l.:-».'\"J./.-Axii-'i:'.- 0« ?p*a | reeapthred. Orieother pariof tbe trans^ | flooded their hoiiies cannot return now, : : \" ! T W ...

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 January 1883

'* ^irsiiiiiBBpF. BiVe* Steamer SunK' Th e steamer Cityo f Greenville, loaded with sugar and othe r merchandise, was sank by collision with the packet Laur a Lee, near Bayou Grbnla, La. B o a i a n d cargo are valued at $100,000. : ' •• \"--• \"•• -.••/ K a i l w a y W r e c k s . . A serious railway accident in which several several people were billed, occurred a t C a m e r - lata, Italy, on the 14th. • \" . • U n j u s t l y I m p r i s o n e d * Iteeder Moore, of Waterford, Pa., who com- .mitied\" suicide recently, left a confession that his falee testimony convicted Cbarlei Stafford of rape eight years ago, for which th e unfor- tunate ma n is t o w serving a twenty years' senr tence. \" . V • • F o r e i j r u F l o o d s . . Tho Hungarian city of Haab, on the Biver Danube, containing a popit'ation of about 2U,- 000. has beeu entirely abandoned by its inhabi- tants, owing to an inundation. The flood came suddenly, and thore was some loss of life. Elsewhere along the Danube tow...

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 February 1883

:v/.. : : - r r : ! v v ' : - ' - , . , . • - - • \"'.•5^:\"',3*fci^ '-\"-.v\\ • - ' . . • ' • • • • ' . . \" • • • f/- • ••\"*. :-..-•'£-•'•. :ya/iiorT The sun «^^'^iȣ'*&&:'^'-i^ ThonlftbtmUrtehttmdettotbe*leeplagtown , r But if U be dark b*if it haday, If tbe tempests beat or tbe breezes pmy, ••-, SUQ here on this uplapa.fsU}m I lie ,, Looking i at the cbrag^tils&j. Naught am I but a fallow field Nevet.ncjtojyiay acreMrield. 0vexth6waU at,p»yrighthajJd -u •- •-, • State!* and dreea the eorn-WaaeB stand, • And I hear at my left the flying feet Of the windfftuatraatle the bending, wheat Often while yetibe morn iff red I list for onrmastert eager tread. He smiles at the young corn's towering height Hefchowsthe wheat is a goodly sight, But he glances not at the fallow field ' Whose Idle aeies no wealth rosy yield, Sometimes the about of the harvesters The, eleepbig pulse of my being stirs, Andae onamariream I seem tofeel The spteeti and the *ush of the swinging steel...

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 February 1883

mm Hereafter, the Snndaiy services at AxtelApplelufSisfa0ay0$ Lawrence's Hall will be at 11 olock*.M (preparation^ t u : : j ^ ^ j ^ ^ ^ 0 ^ ^ ^ TEEMS OF SUBSCBIFTIOfTt 1 YEAR, $1.50. | 6 MO^ 76c. [ 8 MO&, 40& J Entered, as secovd-cla«»matter, I J at the Post Office at Sturgeon Bay f STURGEON BAT.. .FEB. 2, 1883 AND HAPPENINGS. Vennor predicts an \"open\" February. Masquerade balls are the rage just . -now.. .:••/ The grain market, outside, continues firm. Marinette wants to be a city—and with the cities stand. In another column, we publish the regulations for Lent. - The January thaw must have got lost among the blizzards. The next three Sundays services will be held at St. Joseph's Church. February, the shortest, and in every way the smallest month in the year, is now with us. Hope Congregation is quietly laying plans for building a church edifice early in the season. There are one hundred nets in the bay off Peshtigo but the average catch of fish is not large. Accidents...

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 February 1883

Hi Ma* m m WMtiamMmi £M2§MM The following ate the liaines. $• Door G&&& Comity Judge.... „-...* F^T. HWWrton. Sheriff \"\" '••.: .ThomasSctrtt prpnty\"sheriff.-....\"./.-—.-.Arnold Wagener, Treasurer . Eli A. Thompson County Clerk ._.. —-—Chaa. AMaswe District Attorney :.-...v.0.lE. Dreotzer fclferk of Circuit Court.-- — --- Allen HiBEitis. Rtetlister of Deeds.—.....-...—Jfttoes KeogB, Jr KurVeyor...-..--^ (did not qttahfy) 'kroner....:.-----*&--.—— -.Martin Hayes &&- Post-officefrfdress, Stnrgeon Bay. Wis.- s STURGEON BAY.. .FEB. 2, 1883. A STARTLING ISCIBEKf. On Thursday of last wfcek, there was a public burial in Milwaukee, the citi- zens in a triads beinj? the mourners. Impressive services were held in the great Exhibition Building, and the groundfloortf&$Racked, while hundreds looked down from the galleries* Twenty- three coffins were arranged upon 'the platform they held the remains of bod- ies burned past all attempts at recogni- tion iii the awf...

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 February 1883

mi&W&W$MM&M Overwhelmed. ,--i\" ' Marais, a village: in Switzerland, was com- pletely destroyed by'a mass of earfcb, rocks, arid trees dislodged by recent snowstorms. ATettof raitb* With the temperature at. 15 degrees below zero, the ice was cot and the converts were immersed by Bev/J,C. Delp, Baptist sinister at Bochester, Ind., on the 21st. . ' A B o r d e r War* A desperate encounter between the Seventh Mexican battalion and toe Tehaantepec In- dians recently in which the savages were romV ed with the loss of eighty men killed and many wounded., The troops suffered severely, losing fifty men. among the number their lieutenant colonel. \" .', • , : • ' • - • Wrecke d a n d m a s s a c r e d . Information has been receiycd at Brisbane, Queensland, that a large three-masted Bchooner was lo3t on the shore end of Fly River, New Guinea. The crew. ' seventeen in number, , were kill'd by the natives and their heads dis- fributea among the villagers. Capt. Penna- featlei of th...

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 February 1883

^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^M^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^W^^ . \"Auu lessly t Mv' Sir To kneel before some BaJntly Bhrine, To breathe the health 61 airisaivin^. Or batbe where sacred riyera flow, The cowled and turbaned pilgrims go. % too, a palmer, Jake, as they With Btatfcand scallop-shell, my way To feel, from burdening cares and lite, The strong uplifting of the hills. The years are many since, at flrst, ' For dreamed-of wonders all athirst, I saw on Winnepesaukee f all The shadow of the mountain wall. AW where are they who sailed with me The beautifnl island-studded sea? And am I he whose keen surprife Flashed out from'snch unclouded eyes? Still, when the sun of summer barns. My Jonging for the hills returns And northward, leaving at my back The warm vale of the Merrimac, I go to meet the winds of morn, B.lown down the hill-gaps, inountain-born, Breathe scent of pines, and satisfy The hunger of a lowland eye. Again I see the day decline ^ ' Alongji ridged horizon line Touching the hill-tops, as...

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 February 1883

Mmir*im\\immm*** ma* iBOMH W 1 YBAB* $1.50 f 6 HOB* 75& 1 8 MO&, 40& i Entered,'«i secoid-c!a*»:in»tt«r, » - «tfte i^ust Oflhw at Stargeon Bay.»- 8tCRaEONBAY ltEB.9,1883. AND HAPPENINGS. The pink-eye has put in its abearance on the west shore. The wheat market continues to increase %he prices for grain. Mr. H. M. Rujjgles is studying law with attorney L. M. Sherman. ElderTenney, Adventist, is holding a series of meetings at Fish Creek this week. Mrs*£Wm. Jacobs has returned home from a several week's visit on the west shore. A pine tree recently crit at Leatham- part, scaled 5,000 feet, making ten logs. Next? , ' ' • • : 0.3. Graves and lady, of Ft. Howard, •are in town visiting the Mrs. A. M. and Geo. Spear. A great number of men have been kill- ed, or severly hurt in the lumber woods this winter. Times are not as lively just now as they wore, or as they will be when it gets warmer. Capt. Cox was brought home sick last week, from the west Bhore^ He is now , on t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 9 February 1883

iitfifii^-r n-iWiirfi 1 v ^ : ' ' 'mmagmm&S&M mmSm iifii-TTiiTirrr mmm mum PUBLISHED p i n Ffiiijif B The following are the namej oi.Door Countf WHcerS: '- •''•..-'••'••••: _ '.-.• '\" AHBebiblyman-.»..................-Geo 0 Spear Coaiity Judged..-...*.„.....*....-FJ. Hamilton Sheriff...^..}-?...„...._.**_..i.....Thomas Scott Deputy Sheriff............ r .Amold AVacener Tfeasnrer.... ..« ...EH A. Thompson County Clerk. ......\"...Chns. A. Masse Dintiict, Attorney :......ii..O. K.preuUer Clerk of Circuit Court.— -.—..-•'.-A Heft tJigginR Kcjiater of Deeds „... .---James liebgh, Jr Surveyor!........:.-.(did not qualify) Coroner .——........Martin Hayes &/* rotl-ojjice address, Sturjjeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. .FEB. 9. 1883 IPIVIL JSEBVICE. ^ Wliiid the subject of civilsieTvice is in full glow, it is weMtrutf other than purely riMibnai matters should be looked into. I t is not enough that civil service Should sirilrl regulate the tenor and ^tatus of government officers, i...

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 February 1883

Self Desttnction. AshlevW. Wrteht,suicided at Dover, Ala,, pn the 29tb,-byblowingMs: brains out THth a revolver. He was colonel of an Illinois cavalry regiment during the war and bad been subject to fits of insanity foryears. v • ': • Rouffli on Kobfoer«*» A band of rmirderous robbers has been captured in Utah, five in number, two of whom were sbot before they surrendered. Itistbe same gang that trier! to rob/a Cen- :. .|rjtf. Pacific RaUroad train recently. \\Li:lA^torrnHorricane ^ a t Denver* -—- , which came in gusts, unroofed and demolished many structures at Denver, CoL, on the 30tb, in one instance blowing a railway .car from tho track, and eerionslyinjuring many •persons Daring the hurricane an electric light tower was blown down, and some roofs +Werocarried 250 feet. The damage by the - storm is estimated at S200.00P. -^ .^-v The Bona Case. - Miss Emma Bond, of Taylorville, Illinois, is again reported at the point of death. As showt- ing what she has of late endured, it is...

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 February 1883

Who art thon. Lady of Hie East, Whose day of eyes and night of hair The daughter of a king, at least, Prodaim, BO brifthOy, darWy fair?' Tby life is a ierpetua feast, i With but a.single shadow there. What 1B it, Lady? Some sweet thing Which once was thine, but now is fled ? Thy lute hath lost its gulden string ? Thy rose its freshest odor shed ? The bird thou lovest has taken wing, And to another sings instead ? What Is it, Princess, that hath cast This sudden sadness on thy brow? The shadow of what roving Past ? The memory of what broken vow 7 Girlhood hath gone from thee at last, And thou art perfect woman now. I see thee as thou standest there With those mysterious eyes of thine, And all that midnight length of hair, Like Dis' pall on Proserpine . only know that thou art fair, I only wish that thou wert mine. What Earth's first women were thon art, ' Glorious and gracious to behold, With greater steadfastness of heart. Though cast in less heroic mould. . And yet with tears that ...

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 February 1883

am i Entered, as.«ieebi'»dre&Mw matter, t I M.tbe Pott Office »t Sturgeon Bay, f •gTURfll^.iite Did you geti Vflientiae?^ 'J3T Masks-, for the masquerade, at G. Aj^retitfer # Co's P.O. Store. _ Don't forget to go courting at the dpuft hptiseinekt fttesday. * Never mind about the \"open\" winter, but pi^astf shut the open door, If you want to see well through your spectacles, keep the glasses clean. ', Thesnbw is on the decline, even if we do not have rain to hasten it along. See'Adv. in another column of an en- tertainment at Music Hall Saturday evening. A bill has been introduced in the leg- islature to abolish the office of county surveyor. Over 240,000,000 feet of logs have been banked on the Menominee and its tribu- taries this winter. • Smith Weldon reports thefishing in the vicinity of Little Sturgeon as good, and prices for fish'par excellent. Commercial travelers are. complaining thai the cold weather has interfered largely with their business this winter* •' Represen...

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 February 1883

mtSSBSk l^lifitnaTii^^ :j$£.,.VUBtlSHED EYErtiLS'BIDAt tit . OtfiCtALLOCAL DMCTOWft .The foU.»wJngre:thename bl l)odr jCounty VtmcHtt*':*: - \" .'•'\"•''••••••',••.'••••.-•. ,ii Geo. O Sneaf »„..& J.'Hamilton ...v~Thoirias Scott ...Arttold MfagerieV ...Eli A.'Thompson ....Chns. A. Mu»se \"•.O.,B..Ureiuz0r Assemblyman.........* fciiaiity Jadgo. . . . . . Sheriff................. . , {Deputy Sheriff Treasurer..x.. . . . . . Comity Olork.—•......-! District Attorney....... JJIerk of Circuit Conrt- Resjister of Deeds... Teutz ...-A1UA Iligici —•—»—-Jamer '**- orveyor....... (did not qualify) ..:-»--.Jame s K i oranfir......».-..-,— .--.........Martin Hayes &T Poat-ofice addrets Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY... 1 iTi-i ! .FEB. 16. l8i83 GRKASEb WITH HCHBtro. ^By a vote of-51U&J, the assembly, in Special session Thursday eWhin^ of last week, decided that Mr. Leonhardt should (continue td ocenpy Son. Geo. 0. Spear's Seat in the legislature. It took that \"'honorable\" ...

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 February 1883

/ Byt$eMeslf v flgu^^ ^turai^reau at Wasbnigtoh iti is report- edjtfie corp cro# of 1882 is placed at 1,635,000,000 bushels, and theyield of wlieat afc |io|oo0,OOO bushels. These estimates ma^ be accepted as probably ndt far from-tlie amounts which will be shown by the official and final returns, and the reeulte are highly encouraging. Considering the fears which were freely expressed for the corn crop in the early parjfejof lastsummer it appears from'the agricultural bureau^ data to have been exj|pf|oially' good. I Up to 1879 the mffl^&mjyield of Indian corn in this country |wh1ch occurred in that year) was l,547i90l 00(? bushels. Last year's crop^bjR the above:1 estimate, exceeds tha&$f Ig79fby 87^000,000 bushels, and fapBsl y about 207,000,000 under the crop oflfSiQ. I t fully justifies the pre- di^tfoWwhicg the Herald made as early as, August 2d, that the estimates then made of the probable yield of- the corn 'crop would have \"to be revised and en- larged.\"- The latest...

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 February 1883

~M&&&^ '~Li*'*&mrr-{jtl •**^%m**«Q . i^rijJ'UU&wji \" HIS HONOR'S 'f ffcTHEB • ' .•TO'iver Wendell Holmes, Jr^^'recentl ap- o* titeda judge of tbe 8irpr^ of M^&chu- ot.*. AtadinaergiveninhliBhcBjorbytb? Borton Bui Association, O. W. Holmes, Sr., the poet, read *lie following:} ^ .v \"His konorV'Father yet remains Hiia proud patsrnsl i/ostnrefirmin But. while his right lie still maintains^ , . To wield thei «usehold rod and reiM, • \\H e bows betore'thefilialtirminfe.\"i What curious tales has iite In store, ^ With all its must-bes and xte may-bee! • ' ' The sage or eighty years and more Onre crept a nursling on tbofloor,—.-i KingB, conqaerbw, Judges, affiwtire babies, Ih3 fearless soldier, who has faced , The serriedbayonets''gleam appallifag, For nothing save a pin misplat^a The peaoefal nursery has -disgraced—.. ~ With hours of unheroic bawling. • The mighty monarch, whose renown . Fills up the stately page historic Has howled to waken half tbettwni', ?•*...

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 — 23 February 1883

1 rtUk f!.5l.}» •'*«1 *°s,40e. •i the l*o»l Office »l Staigeon Bay I 0 1 IIAPPENISG8. The mails continue to arrive regu- larly. ])! you remember the noted George Washington, yesterday? Next Sunday Revi E. Blume will hold divine services at Bailey's Harbor. Fred Ufontainp, at Egg Harbor, was examining this locality last Tuesday. 0 - Ex-Sheriff Wagener and family have returned home from their visit south. ' February is near its close, y i And SOUII will wring old winter's nose. Hubert Messenger is studying, the harness-maker's business in Joseph Bard- ie's shop. Mr. Frank Kohlbeck, the well-known merchant tailor of Ahnapee, was in this Village last Tuesday. thus. McCuIlough, the Whitefish Bay merchant, is.anxious for some one to \"brush\" his \"fly\" team. They have \"mum socials\" in Green Bay. Even that is better than running , socials on the gossip plan. * Miss Florence Carpenter has stf far recovered from her late illness, as to be able to resume her duties as teacher. Spring...

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 — 23 February 1883

m M •^a^gassmmlSsmimummsam £ t*b8LUkED KTORYFRIDAY BT &FICIAL LOCAL DW&mf ^Hie ftilbiwinj are the names ol-BWr County tirnfc.-rst • --. .-''••-' einHlyman-. t'otliily -.bulge..... ... fcherin*: I „ . . . l)e|mty Shertff........... •TrrtuMifcr.... County Clerk—-- — l)i«trict Attorney . - Clerk-of circuit Court... K^'Wterof Deed*..... purveyor. . l..(dld hot qualify IMroHpr,. -.:.... . :_ j \" •Â«*» Sturgeon lilly. Wis, '((roupr , . .....Geo O Spear ....V. .1. Hamilton ...--Thomas Scott ..Arnold Wancm-r ..Kll \\ . ThoropxiHi ...ChiH. A. Mawe O. K. Dreiitzur .....Allni lligirins ..Tames Kuogh. Jr :. Mtirtrn naycB STURGEON* fiAt:, ,FEB.i3i 188S mimJim VICTIMS OF THE FLOOD. Fiv* tl»«\\W»i\\rt families are reported by the Mayor or Cincinnati As destitute in that city, aHd this medttS at least tWeh- ' tTftVfl tJintlSsUld fler'Sttris, while tlie prob- s tMlt y la tllsit.the estimated number is toOldwt AfcNvv\" \\lbnn Intl., the Citi- Meiw} Cdnitltittet? feport that ten thousan...

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 — 23 February 1883

THAROMBAY, king of the Fiji Islands, is dead. PABLIAMENT was f^nralljiopeaeffpn the 15th inst. The usual Fpeecfrby jto'qoeen was read. , Two fishing smaclc8 :ha^f bfeiS)Q lost i t Yar mouthy England. Tne crewi* numbering four- teen persons, weredcwhed.\" ^'^v^U j THE 'steamer 'Nesjtoriaji iai^amved at Greenock, Scotland, from PdrtTand. She lost fifty-six head of catt% Man of the c*ew are frdstrbUter^\"^ ,_ \" :^^^.„.:,-~-^:i& ^''- THE repoft'm, fhe death of Archbishop Mfi- Cabe is un|rnab He\\ij%ligbtly iin^ro^edi KICHABD^WAONIB, tb# musicat composer, died'at VeriiceTon |lje 13th inst., aged nearly 70 years. . •••••\"' ill \\^ . T '': 7 v AKCHBISHOP MCCABE, of Dnblin, is dead\". He was recent^msitfe /\"*, cardinal fhf KPdpe Leo XIII. ••' %:Jf r ^ y: \\l^]if j:i . :''':\": ALL the Dtenj^er^WtiejfeehbhifeDiri resigned in-tsbnSeitjfcenc^or 'this Mtidr* of the senate on th^expnJsiOB bill. , .President Greyy requested themtdTemim%!theirp03ts for ihe present. De Freycinet has been sum...

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 March 1883

t^^^^^^^' •^H^^^jfi^^v^^i'i'v^rA ffiftS^^fiSSi^TOife'SSB* A. little babe bad (fcrelt with^ .!* Beside UMXUTSMstreamttat flows - .. Along tbajtrget* of.Paradise,ji,' ? A fiesaa,asj^ •'•',', Eternal clay-of Parad'fife-^- '•Mora blissful, happier, would I be If those I lore could 6h»r6'«lUttofi $ Tbe ej)dle8*(Joj%o^,Bar5»di3e.'' • . s » S^ft'a»a»6 baornlag-son, wbote'beams EOT soft, the^tea of-Eapidifieja ! He flaw, ami wnon nftbffimLEarOi'a din Of mingled sorrow, strife andein Fax, far fi^m happy ParadiBe. The bitter plaint of breaking hearte.' . • (An onbnown Bound in Paradise), . The poor's lament, the pry for bread, He closed his ears and shuddering said: '•Would I werebuckin JParadise.\" .,-..... Still on ward to the dear old home Which he Baffleft for Paradise, The vine-clad porch, the dainty room, The garden rich with odorouB bloom, Almost as .fair as Paradise. His father slept, his mother dreamt Of the babe ah« leved in Paradise. Ho whispered in his Bister's ease: \"O co...

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