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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Expositor Independent 1880-1886 — 12 December 1884

gssmmm | ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^m^m ? f f i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ B ^ | ^ f ^ ^ ^ ^ : rBBMBOPBUBSCR&flOX'*& : S _ t r a f i | ^ '\"'''\"'\"1_fcs__ AHD BAWPBSIH08. Reliable weather Is not yet ripe Banker Smith has sold his fine family horse to ao outside party. Cy*HoHday Goods, thefinest,beet and cheapest at HatcMnaon'e. Jos, Smith, of Jaeksonport, rested his weary body io this city last night. t^fyira are going to.btiy a stove, do notJail to see the Garlands at Tifft & Hay's. ••:. -r^'-l-v.: :v.- ,v . As the Masonic party draws near, pre- parations extend to make it the affair of theseason. G^-Lampa! Lamps! Lamps! at yoor own price, at Hutchinson's. V- ., , The ferry still makes its regular trips and the tngs keep a^hatinel open op and down the hay. tSTGoo- heating stoves at from $6 up to $20. Call at John Masse's and. make yonr selection., - .- A good many from this county intend to visit the Southern Exposition, at New Orleans, this winter. Q9~Tifft & Hay have j...

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 December 1884

Union 2i*\\. ^ ^ i * £ i i 2 i ^ i ^ i t i i i i 'WaAntrijton ...» ^••Â«^«»*.«^.^«w««i.' I. MARTIH. M M M i M i M B M #»Daii^ ^ 0FFKMllfUi?0e Byei^ref the Beard, Saprrlsora, ' M i l . LAST WKEKl S Saturday, Nor. 15. 1884, r Seven o'clock r. M. Rod called. All member* Mr. Stephan, wfco was excused er attendance at this meeting. .„._.„, JHAWWAN: \": VOOT committed 00 Ranees, to whom was referred the btuiness of canceling orders, liave examined and can* celed county''orders- to the amount of $13,- 040.08 witness and juror certificates to the •mount of' $i,t42.86, judge's certificates to the amount of #144.00 clerk of circuit court certificates to the amount of $476.00 .and sheriff's certificates for wood to the amount of ffoojoo. Having found the same alt cor. recV herewith present them 6 destruction. Respectfully submitted, SAM. CHVKCHBS, Ch'n. Adopted and concurred in. All county orders, and certificates above . referred to were then destroyed by fire in presence of the Boar...

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 December 1884

wm$i^$Mm± ' ':-: '*' \\ ^,:*v: v? ':StMin»iKip-Sonii:«^-:::: Tfce steami-hip Dnrango was e m k in the• Jh»gU^-CtaBneV«5ii tb(t£3J»,bycdiiteiinwiiU tai uig vetgfl. : ,Iwebty -perioi» lost their l.y*». -\"'.- Ti-c, FranftJMieirwln Aaaln.r'.-\" 4 I J ib'e case or Frank BJ' SberWin, sit Albany, * thecourt tffirracd tbi/jt*)t im:DiBOf cotyictioj ,t and eettecce to tho peui etitiary. ~±..^ ... .MwUfrt\\*f JProi**t. • : A reporK-iVcm D^ago!^ E^ypt, says- El ^•ataW^ltcstfal*' r/fipttti i? aeidj andlftat Lib foUiac aaro'cyia^ fiiet, , ^ , :Ma:tliew McCurra, JNjwYcjk'abfier, m a druntru frenyy, on.tte 'r?gs*t. (t tbe i.7tu, ita litd bi* Kck w fe ii» Lo'b tjftB with a fcboe- uialei'^SiWl. 8Le wll picb-t'ly die. itfiramlnjr H li.loers. z 7bc p*i*dl and b irte-sboe depir'ncoT fa of ... £l.cenl*e j e«': rM log mi I a Pi't^lnr , hay*re ., ebmtd opcr*iiouF. Cta«,f, Cock & co.'«aii wdl itait up in a fe*i ajs. .-•.?,, '.• ! • 'All HntnncvXcs.V ••- • ALroIo»diarat:bo »ue id P*VS f...

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 December 1884

m I Man trespassed here, but nature lost Norightof herdomain She waited, and shebrought the old Wild beauty bscfcagain. By daythesunlfght through theleaves {Tails oa its moult, green sod, \"And wakes the violet bloom ofspring And autama'agoldeurdd. Its'bh'ches whisperto the wind, The swallow dips her wings In the cool spray, andon its banks The gray seng-sparrow sings. THE DEFENSE. The World Our Field Stiii^edn Bay- (te S ^ e i ^ Interests of the People of Door County Our Aim* TWELFTH YE^LR. STURGEON B ^ DECEMBER M 1884. NUMBER 12. Nehemiah Strong, a zealous and faith* ful Quaker, was smitten with the \"West- ern fever,\" some years, since, and final- ly removed to the regions where \"squat- ter sovereignty\" was being experi- mented upon. Bat squatter, or any other sovereignty, troubled Nehemiah but little. He was a man true to his creed, and wherever his lot might be cast, there would he live in peace and quiet with hip fellow men. The proper location was soon found, and when Nehe...

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 December 1884

•Mta ' ,--.»..-.— ^ f l a p ^ ^ f l ^ a t Sturgeon mffi ISSt^ ^|i^c?:i^i8$|( iPlpjick: JPr0st plover ionr potato iTuesday and W^desdajriiightfl? - M ^ p p l l c f o ^ Harbor, ^ ^ f e S | A\\b^neM:tripjto^l«8 jetty.Monday. ^(iiianoV (krtigniitSis ^ home from l | p | | | | P I | ^ ^ : with his f ^f#^rents and many friends. • / * ' - ^ ^ ^ : '*&* • M * S^l^pftl, for sale w ^ j ^ A - W . Lawrence ^ ^ ^ r j ^Reynolds proprietor Forest V ^rahdma^ .: .:/* heir old, homiB on ft. ^ h n 8treet, this ' ''vt:i :*7.-^iiio»?\".'wiih /-.h*ir daughter Mrs. Henry :,'.': *^v: 6r*ndy.vf.- . • ' ••'i'jSTlt you are going to buy a stove, do not fail to see the Garlands at Tifft & \".'•': *:.•-• • Hay's. •.. •••'.-• v.' •:••- M. E.Lawrence went to Green Bay yes- terday after, the Normal stndents from •lir'* *•'. this place who come home to spend the ^ r • holidays. - B^Mrs.Noll has as handsome presents as can be found in Sturgeon Bay, and her prices are very much lower than the lowest in any st...

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 December 1884

- * t | B i ^ i p | | | ^ | | i ^ | ^ ^ OTFIC$& Bjreitferdfc of Supertisors, •a*fi^^£':a!&wiiffi^ (certificate No. 39oK and afrer«rard conveyed by , tax_deed to Door county, and the deed recorded in * ' 5iit:3^ A)i|'*iwl:**l«t of saw tractifor said taxesifce canceled, and said conveyance of said tract b y said tax deed be declared void, because said tract was Gowernment laud and not patented until JtSbi ^h : : :j^ ^X^^t«t \"l»e»etwtb pretented artd lriarfc^P )- ^ 'pK? :^^ All of which is tnmit respectfully submitted. :\"S: ^•••Da*MWwfc«^h#iiM^ and tax titles,*ip : ^^p^^^xt(ei[j^:ify:op^\\^ 'tipn:\"of JLw:,JM-J £^^^TO^i^^ri^' .: t fte^v/same' under cdns!di^tidrr]^u^ ,as lbllows:i4hat 'wUficates^ :N&/557^ sate' i8&>^t*o|acre ifec^a&ft T^ijv: . & : 25, amount $2 3» Noi 1674, sale |8&v fra tionivJSec. T4^ T. ^33V R* 2i^/arnbunt $iv2i Nb^ i627Vsafe 1872 part lot 1 Sec 26. Ti J4, R. 29, amount $1^35 No. 17S4 sale 1873, j»rt lot 1, Sec. 26, T. 3...

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 December 1884

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ • W PfflPlfifc i@Cf^\"JJ'l'C'PT _ E . F. Brooke, chief of police of Waverly, N.Y., was mistaken for a burglar and fatally The English franchise bill was read * third time in the House of Lords, on the 6th, and paeied. Ii 1 ^ already passedthe cc^mnons.^,: i V The wife of the Be?. W. A. Downa of Over- head, L. L, eloped on the 4th, with Deacon Q/MUcheU Terry, leavins behind two cbildren, aged 3 SB$ i^^ Advices from the Gold Coast of Afnoa state that trade riots b*dtokenplace at Winnebab. Twelve men were kUIed, and a number wonnded. The noterewere finally arrested. NevUIe, the bigamist, who elopBd with Miss Wlutney, of Detroit, was refused a new facial at Toledo on the 4th and sentencedtoseven years' hard labor, •'••y.:^ : •''.: by,vv\\ •:/ ^•''•'J-'':?^^\"''I»w'der and Dynamite. A fearful explosion otgunpowder and dyna- mite ownrred at SUfford, N. H., on the 4th. Eight persona were injdred, fonr of whom will •.'€&}.• rxc- : • y /. r • ' -:.-/ ...

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 December 1884

w^mnMm '^W^^^S^v^?^mmmm ' ^^^^^^^^^M ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m mmm^m^^m mm ^^ws^ g,vi*j^& f^^ Othou so falriafinmmerg gohe^ i s 'i ^Whilejretthy fresh and virgin soul In/ora'd the column'd Parthenon, r -So fair In southern sunshine bait ^But scarce of such majestic^mien As here With forehead vaD)3f.swathed In meadows evergreeij Otomarklnman#afreeman* home f~'-. \" ^ ^a^ilfc^tti^ the chain , P^flowe^th^^o^iil \" niS^fe!?^itto distant gleam, HoweVShlind force and brainless will \" rjarthy^den dream, to, Mfie greatnature wraldstnot mar j.ftrchanges all too fierce andfeat This order of oar human star, This heritage of thepast. Oscomer of theparty cry That wanders from thepublic good, Thon—when the nations rear on high Their idol smeared with mad. And whenthey rolled their idol down— • Of saner worship sanely proud Thouloather of the lawless crown As of the lawless crowd How long thine ever-growing mind Hath still'd the blast and strewn the wave, Though some of late would raise a Wind To ...

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 — 26 December 1884

s§ j ^ HAiTEirttfefc lit^iiother eolumn see adv of twenty- ^liveinettwan^ portion of Christmas day is tbfs tslty. tS^tores of all kinds reduced to weakjirlces at the hardware store of John Maswe. • • Amonjf the stirring men wM visited this city Satarday* was Mr. George Held, of Vbsevilley r tS^ice newly packed corned beef, by pound or barrel, cheap at Sturgeon Bay ' • MeatMarke^ /f : .:'/ : f. v.:: - • • Joseph 'Stroh has so far recovered from hislate illnessf that he dieted on •:-ltwwyesiei5Sa^ / t^*6ood h^ingstoves^it from $6 jip to-fSS^ * Caljfat J^hnTJ^^e^ and, make \\:iS3fe'Megslr^ '8pwr:iutft:i^W in Virginia prospecting for * 'business investment, lumbering, of coarse. i «Tl*nis-Wet?lei at Sturgeon Bay Meat Market, sells choice beef by the quarter, at low figures. Leopold Jacobs is expected home to- day from Appleton, with a drove of work and driving horses. tarNew packed pork, cut in Milwaukee style, sold at hard time prices, at Louis Wetzler's meat^market. Gov. Wm. Marshal...

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 December 1884

mm IMH BMSsaMi^fittaiMiiiiMiifir OTlJfiGEQNBAY ^£2p8 %^telfl|fie last isaueijf the EXPOSITOR In the year 1884, ary^nder it« present i n w i ^ u * * ^ | p r : r sadden step on oar part, andjta we write this farewell, 1 i » M ^ i y $ f o dream ttote^ of V real- ity* yl'te^iies-:^hi^ connect ns with roils are stronger thaajhere bus- ine^oonds, for hundreds are personal twenty years Door county has been our home, and it was hero we burst from the buJ of youth tothe blossom of manhood. The ad?ancement of this county is the Eden of our hope, and the future holds out to us no object so bright buf what we will always len.l a helping hand toward promoting the in- terests of the whole county. Nearly eight years ago, and in the pa- per just prior to our first issue, Mr. Geo. Pinney, then editor and proprietor, pub- lished the following paragraph: We hope and trust that the friends of the EXPOSITOR, and all others, will extend to Charley that support and encouragement which he merits. He is ...

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 December 1884

P«SRIt M^^^&MBM Vi A VJem»» aiBp»t of tbe !4th re plosion in s co'Uierjrowned by the Btattebshh - Company, in South Hunguy, by wbicb aerenty- £j^a»ejnjiii^ . ' \"!=-•'•: Tbe *eia/lm& -6t? Stephens, the MignoDette cannibals, bafl been coiimiute4 from hanging to eis months' im- Twelve Nihilists fell inthehands of the police •*at St. Petersburg on the lltb. Important.dop- umente ana 80,(W0ronble* were captured m an underground passage at Ritcbiiza. Another Mint* Disaster, I . Another mine txolrded, on the 17tb in the viciitfty of the recent terrible disaster, in Han garv. This time three minere were Billed in- Btantly and manj were icjoied. Several of the injured have since died. \":'{ /vH ^Vjj*rlVateiy Married. Frank ifanrell Adams, plairitifif in the recent . suit agmnat the sen of Chief Justice Coleridge/ was priv tely married in London on the 11th to Miss Coleridge.The suit was caused bv at- tempts by the brother to prevent the match. Bntehery i n f-hlna. A Paris disp...

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 January 1885

XB06. B O D m | DXM3]'.DA£S ^ . I-4PR0PMET0B8 ^ Fanners Milltf And be saved all the hardships we learn. I know it's rongh:, William I've been there my- - self, v - • -'• • -* • i'- • ' When--it seemed as If 'twere cry or die I'd cometo, the shop, blow and hammerawhile And my throat 'most like slag, 'twas BO dry, D'ye mind hfm, my .Tommy ? that snug little • -chap, '•:•- , . . My third boy, with flax hair and bine eyes? He was built for a wrestler, if ever cab was. Just as spry, and so strong for his size. Ob! he was a sharper, I tell you he was! Other iolks said the same thing besides me Tisn't 'cause I'm his father I think it, you know, It was something a blind nag could see. Why, William, that boy'd take his slate by him • self *~ And scratch pistnres from breakfast till night And the schoolmistress said that for ciphering sums .••'••' He beat all*forhe'dalwaya addright. I thought a good heap of that shaver, I guess He stood closer, somehow, than the rest He never had need to be ...

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 January 1885

Enttrtd as Second-clans Matter at the Post Office Bi^e&rjtfBAt^ ^ li00^I HAPBOTN0S, Oot city schools ^iU re-open next Monday. qqq aixteen degrees(below zero at aa early Iiotir this niprntag. Lent Begins this winter on Wednesday, February 18th and ends Wednesday, Aprillc^. C^jStoves of all kinds reduced to weak priees at th^ hardware store of JobnMasHe* James Maples and John 'Adamson, of White&hi['My, spent Tuesday in thefirst coontyseat. We have as yet been unable to make necessary corrections in mailing list, but will do so before our next issue, Henry Hagemeister, of Green Bay, stopped in this city last Monday night, leaving again on the following morn- log. E. 8. Minor left Sunday for Marinette to attend a meeting of the canal com- pany's officers, which was held there last Monday. Judge Hamilton has been spending the past several days in Milwaukee, being called to that place on some legal matters. iSTGood heating stoves at from $6 up to $20. Call at John Masse's and make...

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 January 1885

mmmmm :^ ^s iif a,jp3,^-:l-^,i.Mv.l|r,n,lji il i , fr#!*»torttii||tew^ifdpH.stbFto m^baf t 'M *****Â¥ mimti^ the ebarsetobe «*?efo»Sjiit n£«'ijie jhill^w1ier the late e d i ^ ^ r , Martin I e K ^ a n ^ i l l try ^0e&mplt ifitit th»xpectatibn pit pur •We have several tfjiies been interro- gated iisf tp tlie^tead #e wHItakeia political afiEairs, and to all such oar an- sweir has been that the political com- plexion of the J&?QSETOB will remain unchanged, at least tor the /present* It ..'.'.•will be i n independent paper, and a newspaper in the fullest seDse of the terra, our aim being to niake it accepta- ble alike to all classes. To say that we will please all, would be promising to perform au impossibility for, as an ex- perienced journalist once remarked: \"Running a newspaper is much like stirring a fire, as every one thinks he could do a great deal better than the man handling the poker.\" The EXPOSITOR will contain a com- plete summary of all the news of the outsid...

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 January 1885

Wliai^PS#i^teii^fSSii^ilP^^ ftiS mmBmrnm^mscBtpmrnM Eimrri as 8tCt^-cU» l^ttw at tht Pott Office ssxtpffi^i^y^ii*^^ : ^tMon d^ Lawyer Parker of Ahnapee made this elty a profeaaloDal Tislt last Wednesday. weak $r1^^ John Maste :W' ^r':?5:^A:-ic:, \"'•.•' • £\"\"' fiutcnfnson's. ^\"Gockl heating stoyes at from $ft op to $20. CaU at John Massed and make yonrselectio^^ yyy Services have been held every evenioj this week in the Methodist church by the Rev. Mr.Tfouhfjw Tally still another for canal. A jrirl at the residence of Mr. Frank Lafond. Arrived last Monday. t^-Louis Wetzler, at Stnrgeon Bay Meat Market, sellsK-ehbIw-vlwf' |by':'-tS»' quarter, at low figures. * • A telephone InBtrniQftnt WAR placed in the office of Chas. I. Martin at his pri- vate residence, yesterday. Misses Alice Prescott and Lucy Bacon returned to the*Normal School at Osh-centre koah on Monday, the 6th inst. t y The Garlands are the only cook stoves made with double plate over top of oven. For sale by TIFFT&a...

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 January 1885

HTILISHKB EYERY FBIBAT BY lliiiiKiiiisil ^Wimmf^^^m^mM^isss, Darinjf 1884 about 4000 miles of news lnaiotrailroad track haajeen eonatract- edio this mitatry. A man died at/firidgeport, Conn^ last turnlngtdj%halk,and which broke unless moved sdth the Kreat^t care. :: 1884 the Saginaw Valley,Micb„ »^i!l8 made 978,497,000 feet of lumber, 281,000,000 shingles, and 127,346,000 The inangoratlola committee have de- cided to invite Gen. Hancock to act as Brand marshal of the inangoratidii ceremonies to 'i-$^\\:.iitit&.-W'ffa:--iA which 120,000 is to be Used in fixing up the pension building forthe ball. Tick- ets for the ball are placed at $5 for each person and it is believed that 10,000 will be sold. : • :•':•'•' •'•-•-••'\"•• -'••\":''-r /.:••.•* Dakota people are so very mad abont the poor prospect of admission to the * Union that there is actually talk of flocking with Manitoba and setting np % an entirely new Northwestern republic. * Some of the newspapers have lee eraty enough t...

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 January 1885

mi US K^^inifierntf cartndgeaof dynamite Ko^lt*Qt&^P^^ der.iraa found on the MtabyaJracJ-waJker tbe26tb,*DcliDlbeiiortI enipioviDC«tor8panj. u''J'he*f«fnKdireatWi«atto^tlje JcOT!e of Granada. At~Ha&va twopenoru were kilted JHfrJnMntflnlunM^ baalt ot C3jtniio»«» it ^ t e i ^ Bro^w, and » defaulter ft* 30,000florin* MJed Bniweif1n ll» bank on the 26*b,*6en about |o be si*r^apoluvMinDiW /••:red^''^^'S,-:,::vf.-a-::'-V %6?r: w -This 8h«roi»:iMTow^:v:\\\" ^^.--':v''-'. wbich 1 been before the San Fnaaeco court eo lonjr. was on (be 24thdecided in favor of the pUntiff.- SenatorSharon will appeal the ^ jaaW-^ : -: JJff \"•r.f'-'^V::^ ••:••• v y ',:: ' ^-:-^.k' v : JkMroWirt^ Tne editor and mlmagar of the Anarchist paper lit- Rammed atyjfcafteules, have been sentenced, respecriveJy, to imprisonment of ope year atd eight mcnthu for inciling to plunder during the cholera epidemic..A :,.:AAA::AOier:ytymn'X*iU* ,• A man snppoeed to b^Jaraea Greenwood, of Chippewa, while croftBi...

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 January 1885

XBQB.B.SlIira} {SXNIBl.XUIiVL' ^ ^ S i p 5 K ^ t e a » a na tfien^ll wet i'hs oldiC?118\"1?-**«toWasages agoi- *^^metalei)ralftlraialr© lover, ' \"\"\"\"' ^15^St?oniatidaÂ¥astj*bl6w, f maiden fair,longVainlystretching• j u~S^S?•Â«Syee~Hwasallithesame— P'gf^.Welanelixhopeofcatchliig ^ .^ ^^t:ofpxie^ho-nOTercame. : , It Seemed last night as the wind •wa8»Jghing, Through the branches thatrack theeavea, And breakerson the rocks were flying, , And raindropspattered among theleaves, As If I livedtothat old-time story. . When this housewas newand Its rafters rang Tothestirring taleof colonialglory,. . Andsweet songs somemaidensang. ThefireMated again on the fender, Thewater o'er it simmered with heat Tbesnndsireleaned from corner torender \" •/r-X Wsstothe lips which werelifted BOsweet TteweU^weep hong high overthewater, ^The milk-pans were drying under the hiU, wane fair and slender the bare-armed yowag -'-''danghteT- \"Went bytotheBprlmj,Tier pitchertofill. The old curtainsnow bangin...

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