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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 3 October 1884

PiratlSnED BTEBY FBIDAT BT eM^Siii.1Sl^^Jfefew STURGEON BAY... k Afife» ..V.. .j0(3T 3,1884 - • ^ — — — — •• • , / POLITICMrftOODS. Parts of this Slkte have been, and are now ^flo^ed5Pflr8t and foremost, flood- ed with political gentry who talk on the stump/with their months in the hope of P«' ^r ^lace. Next comes a flood of to«i'nagera—the sly fellows who do their ^arty good in secret—from a \"position\" standpoint. Then comes a flood of en- thusiasm, if each side is to be believed about itself* and also, if each is to be believed about the other, floods of money, and perfect avalanches of cor- ruption. It is also noticeable that each side shouts extremely loud warnings about the \"desperate efforts\" of the un- scrupulous enemy. When these things come to pass, it may be depended upon that political lightning is about to strike somewhere, and from this out all sides had better be on the alert, for in such coufusion even no intelligent guess ean be made as to the outcome. Locally...

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 — 3 October 1884

s^^^^te^^^^tt Um^msm^mi^^^^M^^mKU^U^S^wUBXlm^m JfeKsfts* iiHiR S£2*V^v iV5dn«''*as*^ The state convention of the Wisconsin Women'* Christian Temperance Union began ^•S V H^lJ}^ -••VxT& town )lmii of Vienna was considerably duntgedon the 23d by an explosion of dynar -inite.~:i-N6 onfe^iwa hQrfc^. •. •':.:-:•* ^-\"V: v: :0\\::'VKV, B«is«a the Siege. \"Gen^ Gordon succeeded onthe 21st, in rais- ing the Biege of Khartoum, andihe expedition : for his relief will be reduced in conseqaence. :. Panic at Shanghai. .:. '\":.•: Dispatches of the i$& 'report that a panic, prevails at Shanghai and European merchants are clamoring for protection. If aa It Incendiary ? Several mysteriousfiresin Cleveland on the 31st lead to the suspicion that the jecent con- flagration inthat city: was of incendiary oiigin. ' • Shake. . Slight shook* of eartliqnake were reported in various portionsof MicbigID, Indiana and Ohio, on the i9tb. No damage of importance is re- ported. ./ •-'- •-• •--.\":\".:...

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 — 10 October 1884

W$^*1?i*& V - : \"'VBT-H6LLY«MJE7 Coliana gray and hoary /' • The day loomed up to me ,' For all was winterIn my eouY, ,Np brightness could l 8 § K f Thfc'sun, in all his gtofyV'\"\" •••\\ Rose togreet thg4ay new horn-. But all was da*Ces8 m my soul aatbean^ffl,BWee(May morn. u ^ n ^STOCT, with folded hands, _ Mysainted fether lay s \"hos^icy upa aid not respond \"mine astheyhad alway. , claspedtolahand and called bis voice To come backward 'gain to earth. Nor leave me here, with darkened life, While he rose to the. higher birth, When lo! a brightness seemed to come Prtf out theheavens sent, Flodi Xg with glory my poorsoul, 4*/l Inward my gazel bent I saw a light, surpassing fair, Which dazzled my dim eyes Beheld, in robes of filmy white, My own beloved father rise. A smile of sweetness born of heaven Sat well upon his radiant face He held his nand toward me, and even Then I seemedtoieel his grace, \"My child, be comforted,\" he said \"Thou shalt ever know my care I can be for...

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 — 10 October 1884

jiiisiitp BT03QE0N BAY. |£loc&::i(V*88i The Bcpablleans *Hlboll ^ i « \" « « . * ™L t! ^ 2 ! ? 2 £o5 AMI jIAPPEKIBrqS. ^- 8oe several ne* advertisementsin tiiis week^j EXH^TOB. t - Mr. Geoi Mann, of Ifew York,fapa^ tog His relatives in tbjs vicinity a visit. C, 18» Wplcott, well known here, hasit opened a photograph gallery in Mari- nette. Mr. U. Leonhardt, of Appleton, is at present the snest of his cousin, Mr. C. Leonhardt, of this city. Senator Minor and family now occupy their new and spacious residence, in the fine grove, Eastern part of city. His many friends will be pleased to learn that Mr. Wm. Buchan soon expects quite a sum of heir money from Scot- land. We have several very fine specimen ears of corn in this office, which were, raised by Mr. E. C. truman, near Egg HarborV Hon. D. A. Reed has hung out his at-marching torney at law shingle at Pound, a new arid thriving town on the Milwaukee & Northern R. R. Miss Anna May Campbell, of Traverse City, Mich., is...

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 — 10 October 1884

•is HJBLI8HED ETKBT FBID1T BT ftymtimBm 3T. 10.1884 The Democraticinass meeting held in this city lasOfriflay evening, was well ^ n ^ e d ^ j j ^ ^ t 0 { the towns in the t^r^^^^i^netaUytepresented. A ^\"j^ioon which did hot appear to be Jjjfflitik, smiled on the crowd, probably ^ f e r the good or Wonders it might make. i A torchlight procession, headed by a military band,^enlivened the political 8torm, and helped fill Music Hall. Senator Hudd, of Green Bay, delivered the speech of the occasion, which was particularly agreeable to those of Demo- cratic persuasion. Mr. Hudd always makes a good talk on any subject, and politics are not an exception. Amoug the many little \"get offs,\" on Republi- cans, probably the following pleased the audience most: NO IRISH NEED APPLY. • ! Ot course we'll need the Irith, John, '-•'. Their vote* will pall as through. We matt be diplomatic, John. While we our aims pnrsoe. Fur Erin's boys we mast pretend •• A love-thar* all a He. But when I'm In theW...

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 — 10 October 1884

p|#s®:g 5? w^mBmmmm ^^^^^^ S l$$0$mi& mwiWWB :m&^Mmi&^xm: - The BtriMhgfctove moulders- at Pitt8bur& • announced on the 1st (heir willingness to go to : worfcsta reductioni ot 10 per cenk invwages. ' Toe U. 8. tteamcr Tfkilapoosa has been raised \" f r o m the bottom and moved twomiles nearer ' EdgarstotmHarbor. •} :-. . • / . •:• ••- ,: H e Mast Bxptatn S A dtfpitcb of the 1st 6ays the KKedhre of . Egypt will be called before a mixed tribunal to explain the suspension of the sinking fund* •'•'..TheOJd,OM Story Bertha Warner, aged II, was killed at Mil- waukee on tbe 28tb, while playing with an \"empty\" revolver. Buraetl Appointed...., The governor has appointed Geo. A. Bur- ner!, of Oshkosb, judge of the tbird judicial 'circuit, to succeed D. J. Pulling, resigned. The New Soldiers'Home. Leavenworth, Kasv, has been selected as the, location for the new National Soldiers' Home. The city donated 610 acres of land ana $50,000, President Garrett Dead. John W. Garrett, ...

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 — 17 October 1884

il^wi.,f*hathlnysteriexriemory ce s which we dreamjdot of: « \" ?S i l b«t,the of sound ^ • »f^i Its chambers, hiddenfwawtfv: ^i:-!-.:y- Deemyp.u tho'miis'c^ead ? ThCiliouglit-lieaSe _. .-.--xsiry treads. s Pare silence is oriewe*- „r- Like some Sbrtcw^B of ^ S0,J&e' , The stars fn sllesir'6t Make rhythinSpm 00 u r n their course We say theisP*5 lc for th universe, weet 8aS2*DWe*s'u6-rowf7Ctein silently. They ging 8D«PWB of love and beauty where they ' nn.«-3$SrTng. . . . . . . . - ..-• - beauty-of the Summer quiet night B jaunted yet by tender whispering KOfinuaic that hath been, and taken flight. fO. poet! thine thefinersense that hears The music all unheard by other ears Thou\" gatherest music from the silencedeep, And he irest it in dreams, while others sleep. -To thee the clouds are glorious symphonies The suntight'efloodinggold, the shadows deep, Are songs in minor and in major keys. O poetising, for usof duller ears . ' . ' • ' ' The voiceless melodies thy spirithear...

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 — 17 October 1884

mmmmm AMWH t :':^.^:j&|wrf '''W'ii«n*^iiOT A3H 1IAPPESING8* Mrs Henry Martin, of the town of Se- vastopol, is reported dangerously iU. Miss May McDonald, of Marinette, is paying a visit to relatives in this vicin- • ityv- • . • •''/••}'\"•• i... Mr* E..C. Daniels sold a valuable horse Tuesday to Frank Baldwin, Whitefish . Bay. • •.•'•• \" • , ' | C •\"••'•\"•- Mr. Win. Lempke and lady retarned Wednesday evening from their visit to Watertown. It is easier for a poor man to shovel coal for Satan, than for a stump speaker to Ml the tf nth. Michael Welter is jubilant over the recent arrival of a \"straight Republi- can\" at his house. , - Capt. Boyd's new pilot arrived last Satnrday night, but will not go on duty until the season of 1905. Owing to the absence of Mr. Prescott, there will be no services held in Law- rence's Hall next Sunday. Rev. C. H. Betts, the new M. E. clergy- man, arrived yesterday to take charge ' of his mission in this city. Judge Lyman, of Egg Harbor, spent 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 — 17 October 1884

LOCAL NOMINATIONS. C6M0CRATIC TICKET. B. For Member of Assembly: JOBS FKTZttB. For Sheriff: ARNOLD WAflE For Cimnty Clerk '1IKK''Betyfaxi-D For County Treaourer- ^ ' - - • • ATRIAVtwiWKKS. For District A Unrw|J.. \"*•**• *KMVMB. i'ABB. Srt: WAlt KIKNEI. : Superintendent: \"3. C. LANSEHAK. Inty surveyor: JAMKS C. PISSET. Coroner: JARVIS T. WBIGflT. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Member of-AwemWy: „^„„ GEORGE BASSFOKD. For Sheriff: , HENRY REYNOLDS. For County Cleric: CHARLES A. MASSE. For County Treasurer: -„„ ELI A. THOMPSON. For. Becliter of Deed* JAMES KEOGfl, JB. For District Attorney: O. E. DREUTZER. For Clerk of Court: ALLEN HIOOINS. For County Superintendent: J. W.KINSEL. For County Surveyor: J. C. PiNNEY. For Coroner: . • -^ MARTIN nAYBS. STURGEON BAY . . . . . . . .OCT. 17,1884 THE OHIO ELECTION. The Republicans appear to have car- ried Ohio by 10,000 majority. The less sanguine Democrats have given Ohio in the October election to the Republicans by fully 10,000, and the result seem...

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 — 17 October 1884

WmlmWmmimmm^^fwS^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ imwrnmsmmi V:: vv^vvf-ttiaie*^ TbeCaiineBe were defeated wltbbfavykwsin •Van eBgapmentln *!^ Re-vera! hondred men bare been tnsde happy at Pittsburg by the rwon^OB »f t w ?\"»* Rtt iron sod Steel Wotkfc t :•'• V'VVvAtf'Old'Aetto/^ne '-\"^ ftiitCKaitfrtii. thefitter,* d ^ o f e*fmtexjv at Jer«ey City,on{he moraip&ol tte 2d., He t u » y e t o of age.Qy ^ Two men were failed sodftnuinber badly in- Jared by the exotoaion of a threshing machine boiler at LakeElmo, Minn., onthe 4th. y :•'•-•':•:• Wants Damages.•:,'•'-'S-V. Richard Kinver, of Wbitby, Oot, has brought •nit against an 0*d Felloes' lodge on account of injuries received wbtle being initiated. S h o t On C The employes in the Oliver BroB. & Phillips rolling mill at Pitieburg baying refu*edtoac- cept* 13^ per cent, redaction in wages the mill was c osed on the 7th, against 3,uu0 men. V Tj©»t Their I.Ives. Ten soldiers were bnrned to death while en- deavoring to sav...

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 — 24 October 1884

(Ig^j^jjgjjjjjjjjjjjgj^ Angoflt, y^tt unknown, time six!b*elocfcin ti « .^•v-i..^ -:in6rnlittftv'':\":'. .•'•*•' w.-v--^-^^\"''^^^: •-•rv tu-i !'/••? at© In a ttee an Aro irr&lfohaJ leatiriis an /aj * \"^ vpie,- . :'. :.' v^,: •--: ./v,-r: ..:.:u,v% v,^: Raw no cook as yet, no house, noshred^f aear - onl aWank, teste, nil a tnttxnl^jj^gipwiy be- WarrftM«cl whollyan Aj«, ^ £ e a jack-ape 6' the forest, ' L-.^- •:•'•••-.t• .••-••••.' r •.-.-. ^ ^ ^ j S i s 1 1 ^ ' « r i ^ f arboreal vwhouy/Vm o he sate on till ni /• around Everything sect Whose , when, hushed In slumber ead all 8ave the murmuring Jn- stlli spake, proclaiming sl- wA/iBTiVJ*- Awaking a ^ ! y then he rose, and, thinking scorn of 1-^,1' a fellows, • • ^yjM&A to be quit of them all, his Apesses cial- T4sr ly ^ne dear, JKnewno dream, no virion her Apelet playing \" about her, All her thought, her care I At four he finally lelt her.. Went to live byhlraaelf, but felt a pang—'twas a conscience Budding, in germ! ...

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 — 24 October 1884

llSiil W%Ws- mmmmm§mm^mm$ ilii^gilMiSj^SiSI ^ £tS? Mteir^'i**e^ i^iii^HMwafc In the city yesterday on a badness trip. city visiting h e i p ^ '•• i. K$jr&^&& h :Sv•' -^ • The jtot 8 D ^ ed oar city so far this season fell last Wednesday, the 22d insti Among other new attractions at Ham- ilton Bros, drog store, new lamps with locomotfre burners onfehine anything '•In town.- '.•• } '^'yi^S'' ^mes B. Canr, of this eity will ad- dress the people of 8alona and vicinity on the political fssoes of the day, next Tuesday evening| - GecC Pinney's Machine, haylDg fln- ^m th^&htdirfi$ wieftov# ofcKgg Harbor, has been hauled &ome and laid 1 wpft*theflfwMm^\"',^.'^*-:^.-' : :-:yy H^A Several runaways ha^e occurred, dur- fng the past week jbnt fortunately the frightened animals were stopped before *oiog serious damage.. • The grain ^levator of A. W. Lawrence & C04 this nlaee, has been improved by ftavinjf a covering of sheet iron put on daring the past few days. Geo. Pinn...

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 — 24 October 1884

A. K^ WBT,rf*a»9fi. At L«x REUBEN A v • ^\"l&NZOMKRRILL. J-HEODORE FRITZ. ^ . EDWARD M. MACGRAW. fiRiMcLERAN. ^ THOMAS WILCOCK. GKORGKWILL. RrEiFASCHEIU ' snVsMit,, AX.I ad For President • • ,'':yL-- .••.... •••.- i_i^v »„. ^_ ,.•'•.•'•'• 6R0VKB CLEVELAND,rflit I«L THOMAS A. HEMDBlCHS,rfblia : V'\"-'':^ ELECTORS^-^.^ \":.•• . • •••,' At Luce, JOHN LAWLER, of Crawford.. ^ * MATT. ABS8TAD. of Baa Claire, let Dint, U.Q*WRSWWiat.BM\\Mi . ^ LEONARD MARTIH,«rf W*oke«h». NBL80X^*EWBTfv«»f Oimnt, GRO. A. ABKBT. «t Milwaukee. TUEO. KBB8TKN. of Calumet. I». G. HTROUD, of Columbia., 8. N. DICKINSON* of Monroe. J. W. HANCUCK. of Pierce . J. IL WOODNOHTfl, of Waapaea. tfd JM 4th r.th Hth fth Mh 5th EErCBUCH TICEET. .For PretMent: ^.^. . i „ _ , • „ - _ JAMES G.BLAINE,of Maine. For Vice-President: : • • „.„, _, JOHN A. LOGAN, of Illinois. - • • UBCTOK&. •:•. At Larg*. CHA«U»« J. Li Mnran, oTFohd do Lac. . : Faao»tiAiiD.A.Hu«iE»,ofLjaCfop«e, ist Dist» JAMKS W. OITKAMDXK,...

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 — 24 October 1884

The KlecUon at Cincinnati. \"- rS The election on the MtbwM the bloodiest Cfacinnati has ever known, There w*8 a riot : in which three men werebadly shot p \"SK•!' .' • •:, '-TJie Spanish ^vray.-?w&BS-::S': ah armyin C^aia in ademoralized nthasnot paid the troops ,' The Btuniangcnrernment ha^closed the npir vemly at Kieff and arrested 168 students for alleged connection witkNihilifltB. jored by the explosion of a threshing machine boiler at LakeElmo, Minn., onthe 4th. Sanitary Inspectors tob« Witbdrawn. Owing to the decadence of cholera, the sec- retary of the treasury advises the discbarge of the sanitary inspectors »t London and Liver- pool. ^2-———.^-*-' -•'••*'-• . \" Commuted. The sentence of Charles SpnrlooK, a West Virginia desperado, who was to have been banged on the 17th, haB been commuted to im- prisonment for liTe. - A Bow in Belgium. The communal council at 8rnzeiUeg, Belgium, having abolished-girls' schools on the 13th, a mob drove them from their chamber and afte...

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 — 31 October 1884

-' As^metiM' M^KKs^ei^ OTISAB r G BO W - ' - •iySVjJOHM A.-P8AS&B, JB.1 \" .--. ' I n \"wto ««,»eMry summer whealmy Jove ftnd I I t 0 8 , l k e j , i ^ i ^ u g S ^ summer, \"she on sea- BotherIW wo^s ifttv« me comfort: \"Absence W**'8JJSe heartferowfonder.\" How I. l o ^ t h e m a e iettere that from time to «. r _33tfie aiie «eat. me! \"**Wwl, t seemed that they a momentary sea- : mJC onxtn lent me—• - jrhea »he wrote of picnics, bathing, yachting £_ Uijw then bade me ponder r'well' tne truth of that -Id raying, \"Absence makes the heart grow fonder.\" Oft she spoke of her admirers how she made ' them dandle attendance,- - Made them carry books and baskets, and for- swear thfir ind*?jenieni-e Spoke of one «he nicknamed Croesus, who on her his wvaftb would xqnauder But sbe added, \"Dear old goofie, 'Absence makes the heart grow fonder.'\" Sol worked a»ay. qnlte happy, through the broiling'Jhtmmer weather, Longing for ihe cmtni autumn, when we'd w ilk tlie world togethe...

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 — 31 October 1884

TEBM8 0F8WSCBn*TIOirt 1 rain, f 1.50. J 6 MOB, 75c | 4 «0&, «B. Itotered, MwcoHl-elMBnlJtter,. X M the Port Offlce at Sturgeon, flay.1 ASD HAPPBJrtSGS. ton kindly invited him and Ma wrfffetoa trip home on the PipMvwhieK invitation was gladly accepted Jotrcph (toll^on* p Colignon Hoiue, this clly, haa:%OT$wett engaged in brtek^ejDeertni^iiitei Jtefnv Mr. C. seems determined that the stoct in bis charge, as well as the guests stop- ping with hfp, aha^jjtocw^hat cbm- fortableqoarterelareyi|I u ^One of the wry toestS teams that strengthen their lnttgs OJB Stbrgeon ^ air, is a span of heavy mares owned by Mr. George: Beyery of riievastopdi./ The flrst heavy pull they made was $600\" from Mr. B.*s pbeket-book to that of Leo- pold Jacobs—and good judges say this is nothing to what they will yet do. Dr. Hutchinson has recently added a large assortment of books to his stock. The list embraces all the standard works now extant by the most talented authors. This is a something we have lo...

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 — 31 October 1884

FPBlBHra BT1BT «IDAT BT For PrrsHent: ( r y / BENJAIOH P. STOEB. * fiatefaittu, . . . V ^ ELECTORS. B P, ALUS,,. L B BNMAY, •JJT-.R.. P AT.t.lK 1st., ALLEN STETSON. LORENZO MERRILL. E. W.DWIOHT. THROOORE FRITZ. E D W A R D M . M A C G R A W . j . B.-McLERAN. • . / . THOMAS WILGOCK. GEORGE WILL. R E.PASCHER. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President: _ . _ » _ . GROVKR CLEVELAND, tf lew Tort For Vice-President:' • \" • • . . . . THOMAS A. HENDRIC&S, ofjidnu. ELECTORS. At Large, JOHN LAWLBR, of Crawford. MATT. ARN8TAD. of Eau Claire. 1st Dirt., H. G. V71NSL0W. of Kacine. tfd \" 3d 4tH r.th xth :th -.«i Sih LEONARD MARTIN, o* f Wankesh*. NKLSON DEWEY, of Grant GEO' A. A BERT, of Milwaukee. THEO. KBRSTENf, of Calnmot. I'. G. STltOtTD, ofColtimbia. 8. N. DICKINSON, of Monroe. J. W. HANCOCK, of Pierce. J. II. WOODNOH I'll, of Waupaca, KEPCBLICil TICKET. Por President: ', JAMES G. BLAINE, of Mains. Por Vice-Pres-dent: ' JOHN A. LOGANS of Illinois. . ELECTORS. Ai Large, CHARUW J. L. MEYER, of...

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 — 31 October 1884

iss? •, .^heeteanisbipFaradaviainwidtrtif N^wSrark b'ir oottiiiietb.' with tLe end of theiJehuetC- Siftckey cable. •'.. / '.••„.. - •-.,.., ,,.' •'. ' ^•..•...,.'.„.„,..•.. . '..,!*•Â»*». Oeadly Thresher. .. ., ' Two men were killed and a number badly rn- ' aured% «be ex^ioiidn. of la threshing machine twifeb-atfluilieElnid.'Siinn.\" on the 4th/ \" Tonqnfio Xfvely. Fresh forces of C&ineso are. invading !T««?- quln. Another engagement is immibecr on the lhland of Formosa. \\ -^. • •-T .-'.-'..--^. •—•• i«:- 1 ^l?fBr^bfin:^ilV:\"':^ • Six Russianti ifioew and 'two' women, cot* victed of*ppiltJc»l offense^ were executed at St. PeterHbnrt, tn tbe 18tb. c ^ i ' /,,.v.:.:V : Pablloty A»na-!»tnat*d. Tbe'^ftitotibliftpaper ':'puDnher! at Monat. Bsritetrland, was ua^-Bioftted in broad daylight inlbe pubic -quale of Wttown pritie IU&, by the pietjideut of && Uitiaauoutanu society. from »bW hiJTOe r * \" ^ - i t I | W ^ ' 5 * ' l i ^ 3 r ? ! i Wilbelm L I ^ e o T Bruns...

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 — 7 November 1884

0«e morning when Uie woo4shtuig^out. , Their tassels gold and brown ? H I stoodbefore thelooking-gla To smoothe my light hafcrSown A vision o'er, the mirror/gwepl With trembling sp&fi sheeti- h p ^ ! i ^ s l0IS^rtwenty years , Revealed to ae^teen. . A T & £ 2,1r^ * M f f y°ar face ,~h *I\"?h .vJwdy hne and brown, T J0 f t 7 S« » misty hand had writ _5 U yftame [n silence down rSr\"0 1 1* in-bloom as one bright May w i*Titspread its carpet green— Smat rosy clouds at twenty smiled, jgr How light at seventeen. I They called to me, I heeded not, Or only in a dream, And followed where the others led Down by the mill and stream. A few brief moments, too, we sang Beneath the wooded screen, For you were only twenty then, And I but seventeen. October wove her red and gold, We wandered dreaming still— The-voices in the fields were hushed, Deserted was the mill. A white spray in my hair yon twined And praised its golden sheen, No grief bad come to twenty then, Nor yet to seventeen...

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 — 7 November 1884

:Iitftei'rt,rw:*eii^ai|^^ \\ Mtbe P«V Office »tSfor£eaB Bay. ETOaOEOJT«i^ mwwKim. A!f» nAP^KflirGS. to Fond 4 a XIM?this week. Grain and all kinds of form produce continues to hold low in price. The Forest House, art YosovIIle is for rent. Eeadjadv. in another column. As the, weather begins to strengthen fishermen's catch begin to lengthen. Grain buyers complain that weevil has raised havoc with wheat this season. The magic hand of the builder con- tinues to perform great undertakings. Now that election is over, business wheels are again getting up a little mo- tion. \",. \"\" \" r v . . . • ':\\' *r','':'\"'\"\"\"'\"':' Don'fegrowlf^lbont th&>mnd—thi is one of thaverxiflrtcest falls wojiave had {or a decade. ^ V : ^'-r6s^. •' ' Many-of the mMt represehtaitive men ^ of the eonnty, have—laM polities on the shelf foir at least two years to isome. Alex. Talk of Clay Banks, spent Wednesday In this city, and while here gave the EXPOSITOB a pleasant call. This is one of th...

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