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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 7 November 1884

11 1 froaH/giw Blaine 552,&i9, Cleveland I Republican plurality 615. This focludea New York and Brooklyn and efwyiounty in the State, and correc ttons so far received. NEW YORK, 4:50 P. M.—53 districts to hear from (which- went Republican in 1880) gives Blaine plurality in State of 246. ,:•:'/ _ NEW YORK, 7:25.—Retrfrns from all districts in the State but 40 give 556,154 Republican votes, and 555,756 Demo- cratic votes Republican plurality 398. NEW YORK, 8:03 p. M.—Returns from all election districts in the State but 23, give 557,084 Republican votes, and 556,- 652 Democratic votes Republican plu- rality 432. NEW YORK, 10:05 p. M.—Returns from all election districts in the State but 13 give 558,287 Republican votes. Republi- can plurality $88. ' • • \" • - \" NEW YORK, 12:0p.r-Returns from all election districts in the State but 12 give a Republican plurality of about 1,000. TO-DAY'S DISPATCHES. NEW YORK* Nov. 7, 12:40 A. M—Official returns of Albany county reduces Re- publican ...

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 — 7 November 1884

mm ^^ppiepp^!®g®is^mm£M0i£iwmm mrnmnmismm X r JSight peraoos' to death iit**MCr «Btiirein WeBtphaKa,Prafl8i»,onthe 33dv A broken gas main caused an explosion in the residence of J? B. Hutchins, Monsreal, «n the 25tb, which wrecked the building. ^,-:^v.y^: • -'\\ A tBIJsr Tembi£tria^«n ! ^VfV- : Over MOMO petioleStobkj^ nri derconr '8t»tibn'-^^doi^'-S%#OB,tJie 26th, against thei3oaM'o^ Id^^^:i /^ .: '':^(:: V :n^ 5V-''\"\"--' ' :'Cv:^..\" The Deadly Thresher. Two men rere Jdltod and » nnoiber badly in- jured by the explosion of a threshing-machine boiler at L^EImo, Mihn.Vonthe wL ''\"-'• - WoI«le3r • • • ' * A London discatcb of the 27th says Gen. Wol*fIey has been ipstrncted toeffect the rescue of Gens. Gordon and Stewart and to refrain from nnflecesaaiy offeniive operations. : Xixe Damp Again. . The mines of the YounRBtown Coke Company, near UnioKtown, Pa„ were the scene of a terri- ble disaster, oh the 27th. By an explosion of fire-damp twenty-five men perished. The 0....

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 — 14 November 1884

. •. /• ',••.' ^v:V:^i^^B/B(^ira^ 'f •- !-'! -: - V - [ ^ The Winter ran is settingand\"ended is thMay, .Auji I ani tired and: weary,, so I put marbrush • -saway .V:S-:--.^.--i-v-u^'v^. --\"T^::-jT.::••- • •• • Flushedtoalmost livJiigtK*oty,by ttfe last rays .,offlie 8un,-^-:/,'-r-:/v/L :yrp - - • . the easelugar^e, stan^fiy picture near ^ ^risIT^ ^^J^^m thoughts within iAKe ine g ^ ^ g southern sunset, leaving all so ' •'•\"•' ••* •••'•• landLg»y.':••-,-'.V. Mnk of that dear outline which I feebly, sadly paint ly life's broad stretch of canvas in dull .col-' _ „ ors, weak and faint, •• where beneathIk plainly written so that every eye may see. • This is but the dimmestshadow of what might and ought to be.\" In that pictureflawsand failures, vain attempts to makeitfair. Braye resolves, alas soon broken, plainly are de- plctedthere, \" V While the whole is blurred and blotted in con- nisiOn, doubt and strife, Making up the sad, drear outline of my weary, restless life: \" - » - . :...

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 — 14 November 1884

JS^li^iSiiiilSiS^iSS^I The Winter sun teiettin&aM ended/'to• tha liiy, ilndlam tiredand Weary,BO Ijmt nw%nsa: Via^id'p-a$iao^:U}^^^^M:im':-idA rays, ofthejsun,: , =-'N •.•'.•:-. yfr' ' ••:•- • ? ^theeawlnearmei sto^Hmy picture near- Arid as I gaze upon arise Bitter teara And the pi and Like solemn jftoiighte within Isp.sbrro* fill my: weary aeh- :hat filled my bosomquickly faints away,: .• «:^ --, .,.,,,, _ SouOiern sunset, leaving all so grayv :/.: •.. .:• .-,..:, -*• -— of that dear outline which I feebly, sadly paint • ay life's broad stretch of canvas in dull col- F _ ors, weak and faint, • Where beneatb.it. plainly written so that every -_. 5\"eyemay see, This Is but the dimmest shadow of what might and ought to be.\" In that picture flaws and failures, vain attempts to make it fair. Braye resolves, alassoon broken, plainly are de- pictedthere, While the whole is blurred and blotted in con- fusion, doubt and strife, Making up the sad, drear outline of my weary, restless li...

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 — 14 November 1884

&MM ^\\ H-^etaw B _ e t « V , _ I *tStarge»B*y. JLW D HAPPEJriirGS. The 8, B. t. Co.'s mill slrat fawn tttesdi^r«?t«r a very successful season's - N U V ' Subject at Lawrence Hall Sunday morning \"Forgiveness—what it does.\" Evening, \"Another of Life's Episodes.'* Thanksgiving the 27th. two weeks from yesterday. Union services at the M. E. church. Sermon by Rev. Mr. Betts. Mr. Lane Stephenson, of Sevastopol, received a telegram from Ostikosh this morning, stating that his wife was not expected to live. A. J. Andersan, of Sister Bay, stopped here Saturday and Suuday. Mr. Ander- san was on his way south and stopped here waiting for a boat. Mr.Karkerfiplshedpainting the out- side of the school building yesterday, audit is now a Site appearing structure, ctediteble to our little city.. Owing to some slight disarrangement of the machinery in Leathern & Smith's mill, they were compelled to shut down several hours Tuesday, while repairs were being made. Joseph Smith, of Jackso...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 14 November 1884

STURGEON BAY .NOV.H.1884 THE BE8TJLT. / r The fbllowio-? table sfe^s that Grover Cleveland, of New ^rk, and Thos. A. Hendricks, of IaSVaQa, the Democratic candidates foj^reajdeot and Vice-Presi- •JSU'' r®-'66®1^ » majority of the electoral?Yotes The vote waa very close J? ^p^al States, and particularly so in r^TYork, in which State the returns ^Jrave not yet been announced, but the ''State is conceded to the Democrats by a small plurality: DEMOCRATIC. Alabama Arkansa* .- Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Indiana Kentucky - Jnni»ian Maryland Mississippi Missonrl... New Jersey New York North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia. Weet Virginia Total....... ..10 ...7 ...6 ...« ...4 .-.12 ..15 ..13 ...» ...» ...9 ..16 ...9 ..» ..11 . . . ! . 1 2 ..13 -.13 ...6 -2t!l BET0BXJCAN. California Colorado Illinois Iowa Kansas Maine Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota .-. Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire... Ohio . . . . Oregon Pennsylvania Khnde Island .Vermont Wisconsin • Total....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 14 November 1884

m^mW^M^m. Rioting (oAutrtei • Manradera at Czeniowitz, Austria, destroyed the windows in the Bassiaa consular building and ruined the escutcheon. WatehJng Kiel. The Canadian mounted police are watching Kiel at Piince A'bert.: His movements are re- garded with finspieion. r .'••'• - . • , . Canada and Mexico. Dispatches of the 29cn state that Canada and Mexico have formally agreed to be cordial, and now the Canadians have an eye on the Mexican trade. \":. .'••,.:•.'.-' •, ' - . Btotera Arrested. Five of the Micbipict-ten rioters have been captured and taken to Toronto. Four of the ring leaders, armed'-..with repeating rifles, are fugitives in the woods. A Crank Released. Wm. Jones, who attempted to kill -ChaB. 3. Gniteau wbiie he was being conveyed from the court-room to the prison, was acquitted on the 3d. _ _ _ _ _ The Bnrnside limbezzlemeut. On the 31fct, the Washington grand jury found an indictment aswinst Cv»l. Buniside, late disbursing cffietr of the postoffice department, ch...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 21 November 1884

A GERMAN LEGEND BY ASNES PAISLEY. Have you heard the Brocken legend of the seven sisters fair, With the violet eyes of Deuteehlanfi and the lus- trous yellowhair, '. Who were wooed by German satt'ora by the dozen and the score, j B a t W E n y i t a h ^ r e e V e - ^ n c e s f r o m t h e / a r \" ° f l m ° t & i f i ? ^ B ^ s t r s o f silver studded all tnh e blu e o'ejfgea(|a W U h m i d e e ^ & \" 8 h ' b r 0 t h e r e t h e S 6 T e t l t o D , c Swiftly fled ,/tcr0ss~tlie Rhineland, climbed the MhitoftheHartz, • Streaming they were followed by the btlest fairy arts. . ' - le jilted German suitors, vowing vengeance fast and free, fore to claim the recreant fair ones ere they reached the English sea. 80, when all the stars of silver kissed adieu the golden day, At the feet of seven maidens seven ghastly lovers lay, • • • • . On the ground their fair locks streaming, and their lips were white and cold, * While pursuing o'er the mountains came the German lovers bold, Seiz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 21 November 1884

am 1 VEk% 1130. i * Moa, 75cj I MM* &* J v y at tbo I'm Office atSti»geon,B»r f A3D HAPPENINGS* Mr. Frexl Crandall left a few days ago for anixtended trip South. Johnt Donovan lield the Incky nnmber at llifl horse drawing Saturday night. • '^Frank BJakefleld. of Fish Creek, stop- pe^in this city last night He was on luVway to Milwaukee. Mr. Henry Reynolds, has rented the fores t House, Voseville, and takes pos- session December first. J. C. Barrett has been secured by Messrs. Hamilton & Co., as prescription clerk in their drug establishment. Subject at Lawrence Hall Sunday morning, \"Knowing our Opportunities.\" Evening, \"Hindering by Helping.\" • Mri and Mrs. H. Peterson and Miss Carrie Peterson leave to-day for their home in Angelica, Shawano county. •, Martin Hayes and family havs gone to Leathern, where Mr. H. takes charge of a Juraberlng camp the coming winter/ , .-• Union Thanksgiving service at the M. E. church next Thursday at 11 o'clock, continuing one hour. Serm...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 21 November 1884

PBBXI8HED EVERY FBIDAT BT STURGEON BAY .^NOV. 21.1884 In their trade cirptffar, November 15, Pope & Davis, QXfHv&go commission nier-fects cnants, say -^fiie state of trade should now rapid^fmprove, not necessrrily by, lugUerj^ceg, b U t by the active and healtJj^i U terchangepf commodities, on w j&'ch alone trade thrives. The f i s t i n g Conditions, it would seem, unquestion- ably favor snch ah improvement in trade. Our unusual abundance guaran- tees it. What element is wanting? There is a steady inflo^v of gold to our shores, and with reasonable economy as to foreign importation (chiefly luxuries) this will continue. At prices now cur- rent for breadstuns and provisions, need -.we fear important competition? Amer- ica furnished over 68 per cent, of the wheat now afloat for Great Britain.\" . The society gossips of Buffalo and Ni- agara Falls are much excited over a ru- mor to the effect that a Miss Folsom, of the first named place, is eugaged to the coming President, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 21 November 1884

^^^^^p^|^^||§gggf|| iffli^^Bsifi^ ..^'•vrs^/LS:. -?''-':^ ' BarfUHB, theVienna AtJsrchis^wftBon the 7th sentenced to six years at bjard »jbor. -j • - S-:- ^ev Fattt DlVowscd, ::.. On the 8ta hist., AdaiinaJPatti was granted a divorce under the hew French law by a Fans ' Ceort '••}: :[ , ^K'V^v ,'::.: '•. ': Barrtiqosk*Shocks.. ..'\"''.' Several severe shocks of earthquake were re- oprted from Colombia, South America, on the Wnsnclal Embarrassnient. Abel D. Breed, a New York speculator, failed on the 6th, giving preferences t J theamount of $166,000. -.--. V •- • •Queen ot the Tarf. . Maud 8. has maintained her repntation as the queen of the turf. She made a mile in 2:09 at Lexington, Ky., on the 11th. England'B Po«tmaater D«ad* The Bight Hon. Henry Fawceti, postmaster general of Great Britain, died on the 6th after a short illness, from pleurisy. Some More Cholera. Cholera is reported to have re-appeared in -Naple?, and reports of the 6th give •Paris two cases and one oe^th from...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 28 November 1884

T T O f o t t e f e t w i m ^ - Intpnercaresdnghande , • .: ^ S ? \" i T ^?, S 1 ? e i i f « e t npon th untried bordfer - V Of life's mysterious land v ,- ^ * .Vv •'•:•• .::W.v^ .:- ,,•,.:. J.-.-\". v :\\--...j?, • ' . A . . . , Dimpled and soft and p i u l i ^ peach-tree blos^ . I n April's fiagra4tdnC4 ^ r a c H ^ ^ ! ^ ^ 0 1 1 ^ t h e brt ery tangles • * w ^ ^ t e ' ^ « \" * ^ t ! ' a l o o g t h e doubtful future , .\"\"\"J.pearaVoman'a load: \" ^ ' \" P ^ r w o m a n has ttfe heaviest burden -./• A n d ^ i t a the hardest road. L x K ^ * awhile wiU make the path before them £Ul dainty, smooth and fair— Yill cull away the bramble, letting only The roses blossom there. But when the mother's watchful eyes are shrouded , Away from the sight of men* And these dear feet are left without her guiding, •••-,, Who shall direct them then? S Will they go stumbling blindly in the darkness Of sorrow's tearful shades, ••'.... Orfiud the upland slopes of peace and beauty* - Whose sunlight ...

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 — 28 November 1884

mm «th e PoMOffl««8WiK«M B»r f 8TDi^^.«^#^i^i^^ w8f • * • - ^ \" iS|)?II^PE!iW68. MfriM^y McFsuIden, of Monroe conn^lthisStite^ la in the city, the jjueslofWs brother, Hogh McFadden. John Fiynn^ *tt old resident of thiat citjV bOS now of Egg Harbor, was in the 'iliy yesterday looking op some of h|a old friends. Dr. Sibree, having made the lowest bid to act as county physician, was duly appointed by the County Board at Its •' last session to that office. The afternoon sessions of our schools will open at 1 o'clock during the short \"days, and close at 4—that being as late as sufficient daylight for work lasts, v ! $targeon Bay wore a wintry look last Tuesday morning, having frozen over thfr'rirgtit previous, and cpnsequently causing a good deal of trouble to crafts ^fairklnds, V , 3Fherentertainment announced last jwfiflk, to be given by the Good Templars, in'their hall in this city, next Monday evening, has been postponed until after the holidays. ' It was M Reported on our st...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 28 November 1884

mmmmmmmm MTBtreireU ETKBT PBIDAT BT #nmGEOKBAY NOVm 1884 5= J V\"PFICIAL_T]P^I0N. 'Bj ©rdfer of thrYBoard of Supervisors, Door goi, Wisconsin. y 8 :,— County Clerk's Office, RGEON H A Y , Wis., Nov . ir , 18&4 .mutes o f the Annual Meeting of the _ bounty Board of Supervisors of Door county, j * ^ Wisconsin, began and held at the court house 4~:-\\ in the city of Sturgeon Bay, said county, on - \" Tuesday, the tlt h day of November, 1884: 1*1'. Board met. John Fetzer in the chair C , • \"A. Masse, county clerk. ,'* ' Roll called* Th e following named mem- ^'iiers answered t o their names: Messrs. Champo, Beyer, Simon, Colignon, Lawrence, Fetzer, Kenny, Saabye, Churches, Nelson, Y Noyes, Tufts—1% , Moved and carried that we now proceed to elect a chairman by ballot an informal ballot to be taken first. The chair appointed Messrs. Kenny and Churches as tellers, : V Result.of informal ballot: John Fetzer 5 votes, Sam Churches I vote, Geo. Beyer 1 , vote, Geo. Nelson .1 vote, John ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 28 November 1884

% n% Tillage?. caught fixe and before the flames were sub- dued twenty-five of the leading baainesa houses of the place were iftashefc Tralosse^afenOt given but are covfred by insurance to the amount of *150,000. x:?,s£ | mMi^iZP- i: Jfre parliallySdeat*^^ at Peabodyj Mass., on the 18th, throwing 125 hand8ontofemp)oymentandcan8ing«lo88 0f : .^- '. —--—i^i.:••:•••••. :•-••. -V::-::-v..yt9(MH»yhBttra^ ^ C ^ ?•Â£ « *iu*i • »•••'•\" -Ihe- Grand Trunk warehouse and frewht t^^^^rl?®^ *»• W » ^ | ^ : | _.^, ehe«8 «* Mi. Clemens, IK^Tiwned, mtt^flre h»B broken out in two Ontario ^ ^ ^ j ^ J ^ ^ O O f c « M:«SMi KEIEF^ At.Tweeda regular panic pre^aflB, •-.\"'\"•• \"• Tlie Kile ExpeclItii»n Once More. Toe wafers of the Nile are receding rapidly, afld^heBrHjebexpedition *ilfprobably bede- |layed until ib&next rising of the riror. \"'V^\" T^rfoini iSiliway Accident. .»: -,^.': T \" \" ^\"Twfrailwa^ triios coll'df^Iat a station named H*nau, Pinstii, on tbe 14th. Rfteen persons...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 5 December 1884

Becausel«hoose to Iceepmy seat, Nor join the gfdaydancers' whirl . iprayyoudonollaugB^my girl. Nor askme why!flndltBWC Iavwyyld age to watch your I, too, have been lii AT \" \" ' And thongh full §on olteoutofpl , can't in It givesme jns As your fair fi How I, too,\" know I seem . scenes like this, Ine how much bliss J sit and dream, goesflittingby. inArcady. For, Ava aeart, in your merry eyes led summer buds and blows, ,„._.n the same bright cheeks of rose Four-mother's image rise, ____'er a long and weary track My buried boyhood wanders back. And as with\"tear-dimmed eyes I cast On your sweet form my swimming glance I think your mother used to dance Just as you do, in that dead past, Long years ago—yes, fifty three— When I, too, dwelt in Arcady. And in the music's laughing notes I seem to hear old voices ring That have been hushed, ah {many a spring, And round about me faintly floats The echo of a melody I used to hear inArcady. And yonder youth—nay, do not blush, The boy's his f...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 5 December 1884

\" I ' {aalerea^aiiee^ia^^ at die Port office at Storgeoo Bay f A3tff*AI^»t!l68. Rd(U»Ip)i Thorpe liaa left ^ A8hiaii4» 4 at whicK pfatefiei^j$c&^j^iitf ifte ^'wihteft:^,:^ .- ^\" Thos.Mirron j|aa c ^ p l e ^ a fine newtwain residence b|i hife &rni ooe ancl a half Tb09. H£ Sniltii^ ^iia John Iieattieia have been spending the past week in Chicago on h^neftavf ^ * Andrew Roesserj vtfra^ king miller of Sister Bay passed ittirongh this city \\ Wednesday, en rontetoMilwaukee. Adolph Heilmarin has imlnlged in the extravagance of a new iron fence in front of hiS residence m Cedar street. : Mr. and Mr&T. W. MeCullagh* ofBail- cy^^arbdrV were j W the,cityiMondayj and returned to Ityeirhom§ the following day. - ^ U'\" : : ,.-X:-, ','V :^'^^^V:^ A^:/' - The good natufed eonntenance of Warren Early^of Bailey's Harbor, made its appearance on our streets last Tdes- - day. : ••• ':• ^ •\". Mrs. Higgles, mother of Allen Hig- glnft,.clerk of court, has gone to Green ,„Bay, where she...

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 December 1884

wwK*!%SS£!mM%!^^ m PVBIiUHIS'tftBT ntlBIT Bf *i SM . I. WMMim. 8TTJRGE0N BAY .....'... DEC. 5.1884 ...... ........... .'..•--: , — — r OFFICIAL PUBLICAI^N. Wlscons B j order of tke Board^rsnpervisors. Wisconsin . [CONWNCI FROM LAST WEEK 1 Friday, Nov. 14, 18S4, Two o'clock P. M. Roll called. All members *Bonorahle\\the County Board of Su- 'sorsofDoor County, State of Wis- 'The petition of the undersigned. County Judge of said County, most respectfully represents and prays as follows— * '*' • That for the past two years no stationery, pens, integer postage has been provided by said County for pse by him in his, office as such Judge, and that he has been forced, no provision for that purpose having been made by said County Board, to pro- yide'ihe'necessary stationery, pens, ink and post- ac for use in his *aid office and pay for the same out of his own private means. That when he commenced to provide said sta- tionery, etc., he supposed the County would as heretofore make provision f...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 5 December 1884

lflSpfl^Sf^fe|BtiS m ^mwBm^wsimm DJBMtehraof the2Wbst»t that «i epidemic Of hydrophobia prevails fa Vienna. Eighty eased tacf eleven deaths bave been reported. Twoinen iiataed RvaD aod Walters left Vle- torift, B. C, \\pth a 8tbo|-lMa of Cbtasmen to smuggleihlm Mo the United States.The sloopcapjdzedajidaH on,boardweredrowned. \" Sky Boeieta ttampant. During s DemoeraUejollifieition at Newcas- tle, onPa., tie evening of th* 22d, a lot of sky- rooketo were seton fire, Bhooting the sticks in alldirections. Two men werefcUled-andsever- al others serioatly u/Jured. y& '* BWl River Alanuhietnrera. Tbe manufacturers atFull River, Mass., com- plain of poor trade, and aie cf the opinion that then* mulsmujt occasionally shut down. A re- duction of 10 per c'eos. ia the W»RCS cf opera- tives it cotterapJatel. '••.'• ..'.•/••':'. Saved the Train. Two men waiting on the track nearCincin- nati, on the'26th, t-avrilnn »xpress train on the Cincinnati, HsuniiV it & Dayton Ksilway by dis- ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 12 December 1884

_ olden days the glorious'dftfs t so lavish-ofilfe we spentl •/• t e dreaming night with the aileatstare.,,. ,,„_..^.fith the sky's mysterious tent! Oh, the light, light heart and the strong desire And the pulse's qulckehiBKtbrill, When Joy lived with ns, and Beauty smiled, . And Youth had its free, fall will! The whole wide world was before us then, . And never bur spiritstailed. And we never looked bact, but onward, onward, Into the future w6 sailed. Ever before us the far horizon ':' • Whose dimand exquisite line \"•\". . • Alone divided our Earth from Heaven, Our Life from* Lifedivine. ' Now iny. voyage is well-nigh over, ' / '. .Andmystancbestspiwariigohe \" And my sails are rent nttd my barnacled bark v'Drags slowly and heavily on. % The faint breeze comes from tne distant shore With its odors dim and sweet, ! And soon in the silent harbo* of peace ''\"Lohg-.parted friends I shall greet, The voyage isiwell-nighover, : * . Though at times* s&pfifl 61 \"wind .. Will rattle t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886
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