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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 July 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED.EVERY FRIDAY C..X. KABTXK, EDITOS AND FSOP'S. \" E q u a l R i g h t s and Justic e ia All T h i n g s . \" STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 27.1877 The new four-per-cent bonds are selling at par in England. This fact disposes of all doubt as to the success of the loan, and in- sures the prompt exchange of the out-standing six per cents for these bonds and a reduction, consequently, of two percent, (or one-third) of the annual burden of interest, The five- twenty bonds remaining to be called in amount to about eight hundred and fifty millions, and tke annual saving on the exchange of four-per- cents will be seventeen millions. Stringent measures have been adopted against the Colorado beetleat Mulheim, near Cologne, The infected potato fields have been covered with sawdust, were drenched with petroleum and set on fire, The eggs' and beetles on the potato leaves having been de- stroyed by this summary procedure, the ground was dug iourjeet deep to look for a grub and ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 July 1877

\"THE EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, WIS. GOSSIP OP THE DAY. THEY arrested a vagrant, representing himself as blind, atNewburyport, Mass., lecentlyi who proved to be in his way quite a capitalist, for in his pockets were found $2,093 in small bags. The money was in gold, paper and silver, and some of it was Canadian currency moreover, this pecunious tramp had a pocketful of silver spoons, and two valises full of rai- ment. John Miller he gave as his name, Illinois as his birthplace, and he averred that he had been blind four years. A VERY sensitive metallic thermome- ter oh a new principle has been invented by an Italian optician in Paris. The dilations of a small sheet of platinized ilver are amplified by means of a sys- tem of levers, and the motion is com- municated , to a needle on a dial, on which degrees are marked. The motion of the needle is almost instantaneous. The apparatus has been tested in the Ville de Paris, a new balloon sent up on June 3d at Paris. THE temperance movement ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 July 1877

MY MOTHER'S DOOR. K. II. 8TODDABD. let in the mist one summer mornin- i. girl whom I had known from a cMd, d whose bright self was her best adorning— !ut that dark morning hox-I66kB were wild, top, little Norah!\" Sheaidas I bade her. Why are you here alone on the moor?\" was sad last nigh^fo-day I am sadder, tecause I go f roj&'my mother's door.\" Chjr do you go then, and what Is your sorrow? 'ell anBia man who has known you long.\" (oggath Aroori, you will know to-morrow, w» b'e first—but don't-^to say I was wrong. /jsed to be glad—no girl was gladder— [never remembered that.we were poor ias sad last night, to-day I am sadder, fecause 1 go from my mother's door.\" /hat has she done to you?\" \" Broken mv heart j sir.\" I And what have you done to her now, prnv ?\" Nothing but love him and take his part, sir^ -Tor the poor fellow hasn't a word to say.\" heh she got mad, and you got madder, And didn't you stamp your loot on the floor?\" L was sad last night—\" \"And to-day you ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 July 1877

V Notice: Unolaimed Property. Notice is hereby given by E. C. Danielvpf the tovm of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, WJSM consin, that there is now on his banking, ground, in the village of Circle Ridge., in s#l town, about twenty-five cords of cedar shingle bolts that said shingle bolts were deposited7 ' and left on his said banking ground about six years ago by some person to him unknown^ during all of which time the same\"have been, and are now, unclaimed by anybody and that unless the owner or person entitled to, said property shall take the same away and pay the charges thereon, on or before the 29th day of August, 1877, he will apply toa Justice of the Peace of said county for an order of sale of said property, and will cause the same to be sold, under and according to the provisions Ot Chapter 44 of the Revised Statutes of said State. • : . ' • ' • • . . . E.C. Daniels, Stvlrgeon Bay, Wis., June 29th, 1877. A Pleasant Socialftenaatton.. Young, ladies, young widows, bachel- ors aad ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 August 1877

TH E ra CHARLES I. MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Every Friday, STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. -eos- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (IB advance).... bix months \" \" Three \" » » — - - - — $ 5° -- - \" - - K - - - 4 0 IF NOT SAID BXT1L 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year Six months - - . . $ 2 00 t 0 0 INDEPSiDENT. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home *li^Intereste of the People of Door County Our Aim. VoL4. Sturgeon Bay,Door Countjifpscdnsin,August 3,1877. Ho.42 War Dispatches. Bauf Pasha has been Defeated, with a Loss of Fifteen Thousand in Killed, Wounded and Prisoners. A Great Battle Fought Near Eustchui:, be- tween the Czarwits and Ahmed Eyoub Pasha'. The Turkish Forces Routed, Losing 8,000 Prisoners, Thirty Suns, and Ten Standards. Ninety Thousand Men on tie way to Rein- force the„Bussian Circassion Army.* A RUSSIAN EXPEDITION TO EXPLORE THE .DANUBE TOWARD SILISTRIA. A Very Interestsng Sketch of the Manner which the Unlslans Handle their Torpedo ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 August 1877

An Iacldent of the Nlffht After the Bat- tle of Fredericksburg. \" -, When,^:'6n'4he,::rMurn./: t!av.Marye,8i •'Heights) th« cbmnmnd first filed in M^rcm. tho^rpad, !thje^am)eare|l^ t| be -a TOfaline-!df-)Jpldte^v on the ground to bot?Mc1api»3. They seemed to make ft»sprt oi^-row pr rank^ It was «hff ri: Hn\\b §f' . Jkij^ js£o^$ad halted ana- lain downjlhey were perfectly mo- tionless their sleep was profound. Nqt one of thein nwpkejviid got up. . They were not relieved, either, when the oth- ers came : They seemed to have ,np wmhiahdpr^af ' . Oeast none awake. Had the fatigues of 4he day complete- ly overpowered them, Officers and pri- vates alike t They were nearest the enemy, within call of him. They wferc 'the advance lineofthe Union army. Was it thus that they kept their Watch, on which the safety of the whole army depended, pent up between the ridge and the river? The enemy might come within ten steps Of them without being seen. The fog was a veil. No . one knew what lay...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 August 1877

DIFFIDENCE. *• I'm afther axin'. Biddy dear—*' -And here he paused awhile To fringe MB worde the merest mite, With something of a emilc.. A smile that found its image In a faee of beauteous mold. Whose liquid eyes were peeping From a broidery of gold, \" I've come to ax ye. Biddy dear. If—\" then he stopped again. As if his heart had bubbled o'er And overflowed his brain * His lips were twitching nervously O'er what they had to tell, And timed their quavers with the eyes That gently rose and fell. *• I've come—\" and then he took her hands ' And held them in his own, .\" ,. *• To ax—\" and then he watched the buds That on her checks had blown. \" Me purty dear—\" and then he heard The throbbing of her heart. That told how love had entered in And claimed its every part. \"Ocht don't be tazin' mo,\" said she. With just the faintest sigh. '• I've sinse enough to. see you've come, But what's the reason why?\" \" To ax—\" and once again the tongue Forcbore its sweets to tell, \" To ax- M...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 August 1877

STIJB(*E0N BAY,JULY 137,1877. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:- On Year (l • ( I T W W S ) . . . . ^ ,. . . . . . . „ $ i «o Sixemonths'« 1 \" ........i... n Three\" •' « ...:..,...............: % IF NOTPAID OMTlt 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Vear......^ .. .'„........——.. ia oo Six months .i..i...i.. .j.,..i ....v......... » oo tTWc will closely ubide by the aboveterms.^ NOTES CAUGHT 0N THE FLY. oooouiseeoOu •'•'\"'..' It's too warm to joke. Yachting is the ord«r of the day. Notice new advertisements in this issue. The new town hall is ornamented with a belfry, L _\".' . • Bead the business card of J. C. Pinney iu another column. •'\" .*- If you go into a printing office, don't strike the proprietor. It's a bad idea. The new meat market on the corner of Cedar and Bt. John streets opened up busi- ness this morning. . • '^ne T*^* Qwukeei and Pensauktty were - all in port yesterday. It wan't much of a day for tugs either. Bright sunny days and light „mdony\" evenings, have been the topi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 August 1877

HE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY* FRIDAY M.ICABTIK.EDITOBAHDPBOFB. jual Rights *nd Justice i» All Things.\" I rRGEON BAY, WIS., AUG. 3, 1877 letter from Constantinople states that the POO Zeibucks lately encamped there have for active service. All were fantastically que in costume, and each man carried pistols, four yatagans, and two or more es, the latter being well sharpened and | h morelceea than the scruples of their [Irers, who were most incoveniently dispos- » gallantry with the ladies, and toappropri- i f anything they could lay their hands on. resources of Turkey in volunteers from medan countries is very great. In English paper says that the King: of jiomey, in. consequence of having to pay avy indemnity to England, intends sacri- \" 500 human beings as a fetish' offering, [ling to induce the deities to interfere, and Ivent the English from enforcing payment. The Belgian Government has ordered the pstruction of a new geographical map of Ugium. It will require seventeen years...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 August 1877

iii|i#PQSXTTb S T T M E O N BAY WISCONSIN. U*i? ?\\3 weeks at Long .._.„,,._ of railway men have BO interrupted travel that tftivtirhjhMtdle(abandoned eoriipahy gaVe its 'emplo^^ just cause of complaint neitheria it improbable that the company had good reason for attempting to reduce, expemes by are- , .,, i x duction •of^v v,i»^he8e' matters 5fo'6MM Uw doubtless both empj^niiind employe | the strikes [ were partly ngffiiBa^partly wrong. That the strike hac brie will claim. THE past week h*9 npt been so favor- ^ have paid its able for the ripening wheat harvest, but come/it cannot eMpW^^x.v, WWUOuu« ho serious damage^ anticipated, and o f t h e m a t any pfce. The loss of wages the hot (weather i^|§|t what the corn . . » . . crop is needing (mcSK^ THEREisverylittle.Texjptcment through- out this State over |f||irall elections and the probability is thjpaieither party will poll a very h eavy ^fe As yet neither party has issued a^BAll for a State Con- vention, although t§\"e3)emoc...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 August 1877

ie Feeling Abroad Concerning the Strike* '=*.-_..:.„„.'... ^ONDQN, July 26.—Extraordinary an- Ipty is^jfelt in all cireles-eencerning the turbances in the United States. The Ideness, rapidity, and' general extent jthe strikes are regarded as 'surprising jd unexampled. The strikes have, i d e a deep and more painful jpression in England . than iv event- since the outbreak jthe war of secession in 1861. As yet ither the English people or newspa- rs have been able to form any clear ,bory or realization as to the causes of lb outbreak. The public find in'the jndon newspapers only cold state- snts, such as the location of each riot, 3 number of pebple killed, and the lue of the property destroyed. The iwspapers nave generally expressed J3 hope that the United States govern- jnt would succeed in surpressing the [surrection. The Daily Telegraph, however, thinks xt the corruption and mismanage- f^nt'-'pf the railway managers have ven to the employes both the tempta- on and the opportunity. ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 August 1877

pARISI&iyPjI^EtivE A DESPERATE DEED. ERSKlNE BOYt. ACTHOK OP \" T H E STOLEN CHILD,\" \"Ditj VBN FROM HOME,\" &C, &«*.•• Continued from week be fate last* tfeke?, which had not been used. \"\". The conviction that had grown upon Old Corkflcrew,,in ppile oMiimself, from the moment that the money-lender had opened bis eyes to the vi«es of Noel, bad become gradually strengthened b y a thousand circumstances. Whilst speak, ing to Nellie Nicholson he h a i almost felt xonvincedr-but now h i was. ^QpaUecLai the overwhelming evidence that crowded upon him. • ••••.' The otte prevailing, feeling in the old man's mind was that justice should be done. To protect ths innocent and arrest the guilty had: become with this strange boing the Inetinct of his life. With the scent V the bloodhound, with him was also added ita honesty. The struggle was terrible. In his lonely life the roots of a Btrong'affection had struck deep and now, moved by a sense of duty, the one pervading feeling o...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. CHARLES I. MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . FaUiihed Every Friday, ' • AT ' STCRtiEON BAY, : : : WISCONSIN. TERMS QFSUBSCRIPTION One Year (in adrance). -..' .fi 5 o Six months \" \" ..... «' Three\" \" « . / ^ IF NOT. PAID. UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year.. x. .$a oo Six months...... '. , oo I N E E P E N D E N T. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests or the People of Door County Our Air • — — : : — « * \" , . . , ' ' • • • • ' • . ' - • : : ! Vol.4. Sturgeon Bay,Door County, Wisconsin,August 10,1877. No 43 PLEVNA. A two days Battle, in which the Sussians Seceive their First Great Defeat in Europe. Ix'o prospect now of an Early Close of the War, nor of Intervention from the other Powers. The Turks Straining Every Nerve in the Concentration and Organization of Fresh Troops. The Czar Orders Fresh Levies at Home to Settieve 'the Great Disaster. COHSTASTINOPLE, July 31.— Omar Pasha teJegraphs from Plevna. July 30, as fol- low...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, STm^GgQif BAY, WISCONSIN. '^'TitiJi* |ll o/cr this^ouhtry come cheer- ing reports of the abundance'of crops1 of all kinds With a few exceptions all,'glistening kinds of crops arc good in all the states. On the other hand the latest and most reliable information from England, Ire- land and the continent of Europe shows, light crops throughout. Surely there must be a revival of all kinds of busi- ness and better times soon in this coun- try. ••'••.. • - •. -' '•\"•••• ' •-• EVERY day's reports from.Europe in-, dicate more plainly that England will not much longer remain a quiet spec- tator of the struggle between Russia and Turkey. Her preparations for war clearly indicate her determination to prevent the Russians from entering Constantinople. Russia is fully aware of this, as all her military movements show it. The country need not be sur- prised any day to learn that England had taken up arms against Russia. THE Indian troubles, the Mexican troubles and the railway st...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 August 1877

TEE YEAtf OP BOUNTY. dant Crops Ererywhere-«The Real Wealth of the Country. Toledo Blade. } crop now being harvested is the t the country ever had. The acre- F wheat is largely in excess of any the settlement of the country, and ield per acre is infinitely greater, chigan, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, 1 fact all the wheat-growing States, verage will not fall much below y-five bushels to the acre. To put venty would be entirely safe. Hay :grtificent, and has been secured very best condition. The weath- i been especially favorable, and uuitity of the crop is not only im- , but the quality is better than it en for years. Corn is now a cer- Never was the eye gladdened lie sight of such fields. The stalks gloriously, and the color is superb, le localities there has been dam-, me by an excess of rain, but the lid weather of the past few weeks rought much of that safely out, elds that were given up three ago now promise an average These spots are so small and so •scattered as to be nothing...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY,/ AUG. 10,1877. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: [f)n.c Year (la »dr«Bce).......................$i , 50 \\%vk months \" •' - .: 75 •frhree \" \" \" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 fl* WOT PAID pNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBbCRtBlMO: &)ne Year ...5.. .....$» 00 ^ i x months...i .-........\".. t 00 MWVfe will closely abide by the above terms.^El NOTES CAUOHTON THE FLY. • 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * Again the granger smileth. f l War is an expensive luxury. f t WANTED.—A little more rain. jp Read new \"ads.\" in this issue. M Always be happy, that ye may never fe rown. . f| Johnny Templeton Is again in, the pvlllage. W A beautiful and growing shower last ?| Monday morning. • m Monday forenoon brought forth rain, H and everybody smiled. - . . . ' . • M Oconto is to have marble works estab- plished at that place. ft Our sidewalks need some fixing up at !§ the lower end of the village. &: &• 4 Young partridges are becoming quite It thick in the timbe...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C.I.mny.EDITOBANDIW'B. \"Equal Rights and Justice in,-AH Things.\" STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUG. 10. 1877 The. Central Pacific Railroad Company is now paying its train, yard, and office men ex- clusively in silver. Men wh o had a few hun- dred dollars due them were loaded with coin on the last day, and, for once, had more money than they could • conveniently carry. While the company, without the sanction of Con- gress.- has made silver coin a legal-tender for all amounts due employes, with that incon- sistency for which powerful corporations are becoming notorious, they refuse to receive such coin for any amount over five dollars. Th e grasshoppers have so far destroyed the feed in some pastures near St. Albans, V t . , that the farmers have been obliged to com- mence feeding their cattle with hay. Several are mowing their oat crop for fodder or dry- ing it for winter use. Cornstalk s aie eaten off by the pests, and unless wet weather sets in it ssem...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 August 1877

A little elbow leans upon jour knee Your tired knee that has so much to bear Ach ld*B dear cj es re looking lovingly From underneath a thatch of tangled hair. Perhaps yon do not heed the Velvet touch Of warm moist (1 pen folding yours so tight. ' Yon do not prize this blessing overmuch. , Yon almost are too tired to pray 10-11 grit. Bnt'tls a blessedness! A year ago - I did not see it as I do tn-day. Wc are so dull and thankless and too slow To catch the sunshine till it slips away. And now it seems surpassing s range to me, That while I bore the badge of motherhood, -. I did not kiss more oft and enderly. The little child that brought me only good. And If. some night when yon sit down to rest, ., You m 1st) this elbow from your tired knee This restl ss. curly head from off your breast. This lispinj: tongue,thuyihntters constantly If from ydiir**W5^««i|imiH»d handb»d-rfippe4*i- To com%ti9 ||fe*avltiitottbu n*hn:aga|tf J., -Jf If the while TM MOYhTgrav had tripled5 **? ' I could ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 August 1877

STRIKE TROUBLES. AFRAID OF THE MILITARY. J listing in forcibly closing mills, factories) ^ w w„ i i i i i / i i i i u jetc, last week, have been fined $300 Columbus ^8j»tch«w*WAug.'lst say } ^ t hy J u d S ? ^ } V n ° r f n o P o l i c e that the government had recalled the \"military has evidently had the effect of throwing the riotous strikers into dismav, but few of them having been seen about the freight yards to-day, and railroad managers have had everything their own way. No freight trains',\" however, have been sent but on the Jndianapolis or eastern division of the P. C. & St L. lines, but imperishable freight is being received for shipment east and west. The P. C. & St. L. company is preparing for a full resumption of freight traffic to-morrow. The military arrived at 11 A. M. About eleven companies are to remain here and see that trains arc not interfered with further. Several Cincinnati companies went on to New- ark where trouble is apprehended, as soon as frei...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 August 1877

PAR ISIA ^ I ® itTEcfiVE A DESPJe^AVS DEED. •• : '' ^:SSp£-••. •.•'• •..•.' ERsklNE BOYD. AuTflon OF \"THE STOLEN CHILD,\" \"Dm YEN FKOM HOME,\" &c, &c. Covtinutti ftom last v.wfi. w u u i UUOWOJT. i f nil , pletion of my love's m ra the possibility of saw me without money sufficient to, «ap- ply your luxuries and indulge your, ca- price, I ceased to be an honest m*n! For your sake, I hare committed a crime—a terrible, one! *^he officers of justice are new on my track! If there be any truth in the bath you have so often sworn, come with rael Five .minutes' delay means death!\" . ~~ ••--—----- Nellie looked at him in wide-eyed as- tonishment. , \"Crime! Tou have committed a crime totvuf \"Murder, that's all!\" be said, with a •ort of stolid indifference. ^Pocme!\" she repeated—\"for mer i. •Forwhoelsel It was my mad lore that, did it uii. iiut tor my madness— frenzy—call it what you will-^my hands woula still be as white as yours. Yon do not answer. Well, it is but the com...

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