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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 January 1880

jr.^K^teftsiSsiisisaiV rtStit nipntltsV ,• ,-.•*'-- vr:w^:.i^ ..i—-.i». 75 in^Edft BAY JAN, 2 1880. ^|&» GENERAL HAPPENINGS. , ' : -•' »BOCOOOOOOO A Happy New Year! L: _^ ^g-^ateat^M ?r Rev. P. Moe was in the village Satur- '££^day ,Mid exjtended u§afiand^haKe._jj : _ The rays of happiness, like those or S Jight, are colorless when unbroken, \" The»%iHfb^ lour of the aiin, and two of the moon. Skater* mourn because their fun has mour n been taken f ron) them by the snow falls. »^^iiSysfeiit. \"^W^fe ^!? '* ^- ^-,- •&TI&l~?iffiUfa^<!!FiB^' powalatiorPwTJO ?FAt^MnI(Bl»^JIer^^EBSt Monday „ ^IftVTSte^aTc^^^ lage^cbool houeepare now^^ ^ pleasure wrapped _ in vacation days— mule teamr On Jj there'sno «*olInv few days th^ed ucatiopal machinery will be repaired, and again put in motion.3 ..'..• :./ ..-: : ^ ^T^e^stTnlll^trthls^atr\" ^ia^liiirne big work the past month gtiodinjr 8 600 bushels of grain—custom work. How iswere thia for high? The miller, Mr/ Andrew ...

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 — 2 January 1880

MEETING OF^ME € 0 t o r e ^ | ^ l O § 1 ^•j^^a^ytSK^of the Gouty or itoiwr, Stat*of Wisconsin. -zz^-:^...— '.:..:::*' ' :-,:ZA.\\lspiciAL'*iEE,nsG» ' ^ \" ^ - : 4 '•'- .':-.-: ' '. •:.' '•^ir^^ZLS^L i ? -•: '^'v~^\"\"\"v\":^r?n-i-7: ^ f -•-May 26th, 1879. • Ten o clock A. M. Meefihg^llailOTCrdeTHby7 chairman *ras absent Roll called by the clerk—members respond as follows C A. Masse, i John Fetter*v. .. * John Moore'. ^ T F. W. Andreason... Albert Wobseiv.:.. John Noyes..., -.J_„i G£R Thaye^. 7.: J.RiJMann^W... James Hanson....., Phflro Riley........ H.Q. Spring. .... TjohhThoreson. Village of Sturgeon Bay '.\"•:. .Town of Forestville . ... TT™ .. ..Brussels ......i.... .Washington '.'.. . i ..-».Naseyraupee ..........Sturgeon Bay VVTTV ^ i « vClay Banks .\".- .:. ^ . ^mtopol ........... . .Gibraltar .i. .Gardner . i..... . Bailey's Harbor Liberty ^Grove 3.4 10.78 7.00 6.00 Moved and carded that John Fetzer act as temporary chairman. , ^iiMoVedimd carried thtt thistoaYd^pTOcee...

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 — 2 January 1880

i^lxilllMft OTimijioN BAY. WISCON8IW. CHAS,Ml«ART!M4E(litor Proprietor. affi^atH^fiRiEs:. Scesunabfp Officer Killed. * £vA4Na»r Orli^ llams,chief offi^r of-the Steamship New York, feU into the bold and was killed. • \":''r\"- '. '•!-•:•'•,.••'.••^'-v-'.'\"\"i.\" \"•.'' '.•\":» •-• : TAirLnb|gQ^ !!ampbel],/oi the occasion of his brother's BtinHage, took a gun to-nre^aaluto, when jhe yepo burst, killing him.. uL...'rs, U - . ,,'.v- -,-v '\".-^ St|irt«Nlf« ^ - -.c-': '? '• ':^** Sixty Mohammedan refugees which the Bulgarian government had refused to admit to their former homes, died of cold and starvation in the^pen fields. :-. - ^W* Bumorhas it that Charles Baker, of the Evahsville (Ind.) elevator, baa silently stole away to parts unknown, leaving his credit- ors to mourn abont $80,000 wortiu r .- -.' -,- •- FaUdrBeuMlnnrfcV- -- - _ Two brick strnctures in course of erection at Wilmington, Del., feU on • the 20th, -fatally^ inJo^g-Gharle»-Bnth^md-^wis Lynch, Jr, Four others wer...

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 — 2 January 1880

steeor t feed profitably stould be bred, and onef that inherits a good Btite, a large capacity lor food, and I digestion and assimilation. ^ ETJLCHINGshouldbeemployed around planted trees,gather in 'fall or ing planting. The mulch snould ei- kd but beyond the extreinitie^of the !)ts. Any coarwmanure-or rough lit- • makes a good mulch. ^ , • A?± i fortunate man is he who, born »r or^nobody, worksgradually up.- to ilth and conalderationv and, having them, diea before*9findathey were worthso much trouble.—2&<zSe ' •-/: FB need more vamty in farrnid ions are now retailed in Des Moines • $1.60 per buflhel, and a very few to had at thafc And yet 400 bushels ^iR&JB^on^an'acreir- i | ^-z^z '\"-•\"-.' I ONLY a • few years since • th\"e~- wold chicken fancier\" was used in derision the breedersfchd \" fanciers*' of horses d horned (mttle but t\"he fancy has (wldenly increased and spread, so that JW no aciicultural \"exhibition ia cbm- Bte wifcout its ponltry^depaxtment^ \"fur...

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 — 2 January 1880

Inventor* anaPalwiiMs - $£||p5Jk6^^ „, „ „„ r |$&&fti to'EcfsOii Bfttliers, Solictors of. Patent*.'^Konii!y f^^t-Wr^dic^haTixiK:-failed,, and Hm cbJId 1*i uow In this country and enjoying tlte b?st of health. 0e hasprbyed to tlia worliftlmt i,.»nsnmptlt can be positively arid!perhinheiitlV .„. . „ curedvJTho dottor MOM-1 gives thia1 SecipMiee, „„„...„... . „„ w., ^ .,__-. t p pay. expenses'.:. This Herb also cures night awcaw, nonsea at the stomach, and.-will break up CHADJDOCK&C0., iOaiRaceSt.,.Philadelphia,',•B-••*•iJ^'____ naming this paper, e^^na#3l^^fuUiirm 6finrg(i ekpcrienue, e|g*nyinff::b^^^lfehe(l in'i:S66.v -. • • •/•... _' •'•' ters upon it* ow« HCNUKK O AN D iwBTjr.FounT H ^'oniejn January, It has just began thejpubli- cnUtmy from^dvaiiw sheets, of a new serlalistory : »*^ »Wfcof Who does not often » before tb« .jmbllc,^bur hw' done »ome tif the best literary *52XPf y»«^ay. Thosewho have read \"Dorothy Jr5£.\"nd \"Hero Cashew,\" by Mrs, Parr, pub- ...

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 — 9 January 1880

mSmmm - Pr*»«-th«,FlQoii. AnMoU~-*«nrl»)e Faml M . ^SPflajs^^ ]^ecomo8o4j«»vyMt»c»U8 great damage, and much alarm la felt. °Tbe woiteop|^t9tbeInT«lides hare been iStjenteiedgii^^ f enetopped. Tbe bridges in uw, main, »'MjMtfe^jof! atAe, ^scioiiiptefely . _ oked up by theextra traffic thua forced ^^tM^wd^lncreaiie every moment. , tti : ^ S! y»Mrt pelting Thousands of people ^•^acneoijhe:v rushing torrents* and huge m,• ajaaeeaijtliceflung with terrific force *£•'£igsl^'fiwtyriage. v^x? ::P:^.:: • •, n«iag^v \\Vhere on Christmas day .'.vast r crowds crowed on^soJid Ice the current is p^7ironnlng-at Uie\"rate ^rseven Smiles: an i\" nioregreater than that which occurred in vaopwy^lgTl, when .the w»ter rose so v : nigh that steamboats could not pass un- M - wr the.bridges, and the streets of the low-lying environs of the city were cover- ed WKBT water to• \" thF^\"\"\" \"\"\"several\"got \" ~\" \" Mfc wate r t o th e dept h of •ARMENIA—TBBRIBLE FAMINK. CoNSTAiiTiNOPLB, J...

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 — 9 January 1880

THBOBOKAJM) WEDDING. Mg*{KM,ah(j^M'«»Mliad on erery bongh and bnnob, e^S^'^A*M'«oa«**ootrtyWrtio b*-s -v-'vi^-/.- • • MS|S!l^^«i0^^dlni Jewelsshlne, :'' \".&: -/?: &!ff:X^'^if AMA'^Stnit^dgnMi\\:i //' /• -//v. - ••• •/ §t^^^:o«^wr:KicJ» »^t6 ofaoir- :^---.- -.- ^?-v ^s:Â¥M^SIto *af^ ils It seemed I heard th«flutteringrobes - Of maW6ns clad in white, \\^ : The Aliujbing of a thousand hands KfejIttteacWrMt 4WUght|vr £7/~ T -/--, WbUewhlspersran amongthe boughs M-^Of-'firojni*es*ndpra«se // / -.-,:• And playful, loving mesuget --—— ^ f ,8p^ii^i^tt^f^eikf^Hraji^ • ' i^en were'there iiraying to and fro '.•' --•'yTbeweeas• Uptoe rose \"/- r • r c~ And sang the breeze a sodden' song ~~Inataatti^^rad4«a^ And oat beyond the wreathed aisles • I S I/That end against the bine. : a •?' Theralmeat of the wedding eholr - And priest came shining through. And though I eaw no^weddirig-gueet, -—Korgroona nor gentle bride,--— I knew that holy things were asked. _' Ann^holqUotexenli...

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 — 9 January 1880

§il§|ii« !J5S(V,:-.ji'.l|. JydcATES of improved husbandry— W0^sW^m^i §&W^&SM APAKTiGjPAKxiiiaNeirLoiidoii^Ot, dresa of Btriped pink and white bjocade silk, upon whict were finely^wffiaght roses of nearly natural nze. ''The fabric was made prior to 1728, and the dress was worn by a bride in 1^29^50 »years A policeman ^KoV^cb^G^nw^caT* rieB a club that has an eventful and bloody history.It is made of hickory mmm^em^im^Mum |^4^di^b^fopi^^^lori mented with brass, and increases from a quarter of an inch to an inch in diameter Between the handl:je imhatb two seasons:^A forward jpuii- *n^l y iaiL^JVTY. News. . l«$eautifu^^ meat iff about to be placed on the fliii full of eclat the eclat-eat lady MTOBNT: ^ * What jiii the 6f the Bath? \" G o and soak your ^(^neihnaitSd^urdai/Night. a time there's a slip'twixt the and tie Up, and: heaps of timea the midst of life we are in daily jft iof the congressional record.— rmwiewefcr.\" •'•••\"'. is very dangerous for any man to any spot...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 January 1880

Mike Shea, of Lib erty Grove, is now t^^-^c^^'^^j^^'-M^^iii working with his yoke of oxen, for Thou, longerwait upon the sick, still she lives four time* a* much as is that hf a w H DitoiondaiiarC6Tnp.,drgisterBay. Mr: *lone^hercotttgei.indis yetiWtftddo ^w.)^qnSMoli\"\"pw^\"toitrtir\"d^tha Shea sold hirfafm and interests, to live hfr own washing and general housework, fraud liejn the taxes doe\" or^f\"*\" *\"* | | | | ? ^ ^ ^ | ^ r | e e t f k | # ^ ^ £&SSS i ^ ^ n i a ^ n i r c ^ -^••^•: the mOSt jcani Ul MireiiCUW Ba urUVUUKI • 'irr^^^^^i^^^SO^S^^i.•••='.. -j|:''-i-v.- ^Tiskejr f«r teams to longer cross the ^npfoeesis^ | q i i ^ highways of usefalness. '^\" tie ple^ntest o^^^ ,J|pS^^C|ti:7at Stur^ j^«i'8unday_.jafter Moss, the pews_wtll l^w^/atSt/Jpseph^Clmrch, for an- gfPatirj^ ^ \" ^ b ^ p r b ^ ^ I.Leatham is daily gainingstrenKth n|||itr^r^^ J^^^o^^again.' / • V :•!':,-\\v_7-.-, ::^{J.ll l l ^ r ^ t l r j ^ \"7Blumer€oorded79 baptisms, 8 raur- |g||i|ȣ|&a^^ combi...

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 — 9 January 1880

............,F„,.„... ^ i p E f t i l l l ^ ^ r ._. ^t^^lJ^^^!!^^t^*^P^.f4^^lnif'LTt*s l8T* instructing the '&S&0**: ** !*W£M,M» Harbor, county prdert to the amount of I authorized to - n f f l ^ S S ( S A ^ ^ ^ « ^ of*fa fi^ J««r t»7?,«« 5 l Ar tax certificates cate. '••• \" • en disposed oT to that ^5^A»^M ^ w * ! ^ M ^ , M ^ , / e l ^ r ' A m l r e n s o n , - T h o r p . - Wobser, - Decamp, z}P^**W&W.m$Z^ BroweV a nott tesWent 1 ! ? ^ '\"JKlW^J^^ eight dollars and :vSlJl|eea:«eiltSr^:- ~-w^ \"r:^-^ T ~:. . : : .-c ... , •'•': ^thereonjw'postponed until the annual meetingof thisBoard. :77^U~~u~\"'~ vl - Ayes and noes called ft*. ^ S ^ - M ^ s ^ M ^ ^ v^oveSaadcau^ be^a^jto^ *?&toAnyrorieisf6r all bills allowed and appropriations made at this meeting, •/•.. . :y , .V..- \"'\"\"'.T!-\":V:p~::'v—-r^y'-V-- '-'- •••'-^-^--:--^-—-----.^-.-li^.\" ' ^MOved^and c a x ^ Board lease thfe btnWiiig^or one yeai4f not^ooi^r s o t d ^ ^ :^-4-^^-^2:'' : •' • -i- *AYftoiÂ...

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 — 9 January 1880

*S lluittiajitli ai:Ne^C#eii| Ht^ ^*' ^|i^§tn^ ^ reported a» literary gentlemen, iiiw^ber' 1B dt^b^ d aa a button* ff|ini»Irtrv :ltiii miggwted-tbit: he it be a valuable adjunct to the lobby. George Lynn, who was personating Santa Clans at a chorch festival, at Patsjkala, Ohio, was probably fatally burned by h's eostume^taldng^ X .: \"^w^ ,: A arari^MAJff who rec^ | t h * Waj of the Spanish government are y Rotation riionld be settled at once, and ^fitjjjfed by emancipation. The urgency - adopted, the' slaves who participated in %. the last rebellion have been set free. « ^ that they have nothing llmximjii^^ A gentleman about 60 yean old, supposed to be 8. A 8ikes, of Kennedyviile, N. Y., jumped f r ^ the new ^uapenaion bridge at IJiagara^FaT^ ^^^fiiii^^flpjli^of the cental system by • probable general adoption by the boards uced the Syracuse fleraW to make up a f p l ^ ^ l t o ^ cental '^^^^^^i^'^^UA'^'foeiak, The 0f couae may be adopted lei where the rateof cost and weight r j...

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 — 9 January 1880

T^ OBsge oraiige hedge should plow the ground now,~so that the soda will rot, and keep the soil mellow with the cultivator until on dairy-farming, assumes that 350,000,• 000 gallons of milk are annually made into cheese in England, and 550,000,000 IgallonB to Iratterir ^The^^^ Itonner productmade is 26,000 tons, and | | B f ^ % ^ r ^ 2 8 £ i o ^ yi|- v LABI„..yearthousands of choice cattle 4ied from what was supposed bymany ji to becom smut poisbn.^^ ':, vjwai probably • aa much smut on the y «orn as last year, yet we have not heard or a single death from .that cause thiB ^^^eaKr'-z::?: ^ THOKOITGH undeidraining and the use of clover, manure and superphosphates have, at least, doubled the entireprodnot of the soUin some of the best farming ^ districts. Again,, the ihfuaion_ of±the best blood into our herds of cattle, sheep -and swine, has produced a^greai phorlc add, which may be taken aa the yea^t^con»nmpli6n iathis wafrbfeach cow. Aa wheat bran containa 2.9 per eehfc Ofphoapho...

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 — 9 January 1880

r w . Turrtisn the same Ȥ]§jh|iffi!^$t^^ ^ipfiliij?b|en' todjsBbwse : Jinte'fcminds ^^@^ii^Wepteiandjh^matism ^ ||ifpt^^fet^^iciii«s*iv «31d: peopie I i ^pe^^^iinenta J exhaustion. E^P|flll*|EE 5Bfc^^.frmen 0»e girt |p||^r^d^cnly-turns aroun^arid tells ^ p | | ^ ^ i p r the ffrst time see -the fVecl ^|i^MTOg it d\\sea^d 7 liveir and disordered l^tiWitjyh^ .J^^lliiiigs& liot.cure.i In Kidney-Wort ^|^a«^er/ect^medicine, gentle butsure.ia ^IS^^'feFortnerlyiaboom,WASa noise ^^^Ji^^exp^unofari^g-gUn^TbntJat- f^ij^ilhlai^meto'mean the^noise made b^ 'T^igun.\"f^T-: T - '.....^: j^_,^^v ^p%^c-,-,v• •*'•' .'''-\" '''.'' ' ••\" *^^|g|Md%,fiirst lesson in art culture can prpfr ^ ^ ^ d ^ e a s a n t l y be leamedj/ ^ lemon' s IwFiCh have twelve colors, and by com- '|^|-jjW^mitde .- by-\" Wells. Richardson & g^^]||^IHgton , V t \" For coloring soileI or '^^ftbj*bi«^here is nothing liketKerrir de t 'tfjit^pur^l'Uggists. •' •'•' • /\".\"•. \"'.r \"\"' ' gj^rt^dEN T UADf—•\"Have yo...

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 — 16 January 1880

SWIK ^totiiis^KSOAIV 111 Feeling Between Germany and Rus» sia Caused l»y tfce Movement of, the British fioTerB»(»t i t PoiwMloi of Sfirt- UBK Kews ft«m ATfkuhtaa. • GERMANY AND BU58U. '\"''., L O N D O N , Jan^l&^TtieifTyw**' Berlin correspoudent »»yB he can stale as a fact that, in spite of all quieting assurances •eltfrnlated ironvBK Petersburgr tUe ill- feelinR between Russia aud Germany con- tinues, and the struggle between the two Chancellors isetill proceedings --~^~ g. ~ LOSDON, Jan. lli-rA Berlin telegram *ays Dbuoril hats had a private audience } vWitftSthe \"Emperor of••• Russia, during wuicbhewasordered bytbeCzarto make Hsome important statements to :fcrmajn i^sencerning.^ the movement of- Russian ••'•. croups jhroland. ~ MOSTKNECtBO: AltD ALB AMA—INCESSANT FIGHTIHG. llN IE 3P :ElN - E N T % ThaWprldQur F l e l d f sfo*g«Q\" B a ^ VOL. 7. STV2lGEQJVBAr,mm$^ v liOSridN^anr-ll.i~A - Vienna dispatch ''-\"says fighting between'the.. Albanians and Montenegrins has ...

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 — 16 January 1880

s%™jfr THE EXPOSITOR IfiHJ^IIIttTWiEilifiir. l^^S?WIBRIEPi Barney O'Brien, 16 years old, fell down a «h»ft one hundred and twenty feet deep at Moffatt's or* bed* Wert Stockbridge, Mass,, on thenight Of the 3lst ult.viiiv/'-'.-\" i-||rfe.v^v-*w§^ %$hell*rk i^ phi* forHamburg*has arrived in the Down* -wl0theitesr*f : ny^^ board T ^ ii^#rrt^j»«r^»W Frenoh boy named Geo. BJjulnet wandered from hie home et Fall ^BJver, Mass., o* ttjs Wi^ %M. On the 4th Initant hii frosen body wib discovered in a The rivera Bhlne and Main are swollen in consequence of ice blocking their currents. The towns of EojiUhelm, _Kostbeiint and great alarm la felt in the neighboring distriot*. :, „' | '-.•• v. ._ •\"-,'. '-: '\"• •' ' .' :. '^:W':.': 1Wel.in««iwavJBdl^ijr.--. - r -Letter C.'Turner, a merchant of Sionx Palla,waelet upon by two men when emerg- ing from a hotel onthopie at Worthlngton, Minn., and robbed of $15,500. Tbe viJlianB _fe were^racedjo^*-: distance by railroad ^i^thenloib^T^ . :-r:...

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 — 16 January 1880

— - •-•..uiHi*** average sfee of an Irish farm is NBVBR let a cow go into winter quar- re in a j^'r tWnj»nd|tion. THE best feeders' have decided that it ysto~raise artichokeeforhog*.~^-.4^—. A MA W in F^ton, Me., has this year rvested 10,000 buahela of potatoes m 45 aerel^fgr^^d : ~X'Sf^'^ THE rain annually poors info the soil quantity of nitrate of ammonia fully uivalenttothree pounds per acre. : AT a recent potato show,in England, here nearlyl,400rplateswere shown lance number were of American rarie- BuOKiraiUTiH one of the most staple 'idea of poultry food. It is very fat- ing, an egg producer, and very much iKaheq by poultry. \" -—^ QXJWMA. fowls will keep all bugs and sects of every description off garden nes. They will not scratch like other owls, or^^hlwM-the^iSo^^eUcate^lknliii T £ A O H I ^ ~ ^ I 6 ^ ilking cows havenot provedsuccessful, heseprocesses are best performed in the 'old-fashioned way^r -—-^ - ^ - ONB hawk has destroyed for Mr.assevereloveh Charles Gillen, of C...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 January 1880

. ..JAN.W1880, Abm » fair day** balneal trip tp Green Sil t f c ^ w ^ ^ fomba, bat it is not good for them to growpee, : vjffiajrtyphrwife happy by baying her a e nice|3t.0Oitoteat John Maaie'i estab- lishment. • .• . :.:::- v'•' •^ Master VymWilliam8,Jof :Appleton, is in the village visiting hia sister, Mrs. A-put\"^sa^ajpdj^t^his^^eyes^hajL Already ice men begin to come up this ^ a j t p g a ^ r ^ r i ^ bar bay now presents. ! ^ '/:/^ Be.!i .:Blamer'weare .liorry to- hear, has been under the weather for several days. Dr. Soper made him a call. - Mr.^ came ^rtbwn yesterday piirbmit for a\"doctor. One of bis boys was taken very sick. The \"Collgnon House,\" painted in two j^donettel^nStheway landlord Colignon recently ornamented his new hotel with a i^jign. -••• • ' :- \"\" \"•\"\" \"•., - .-•—•-' ••\" School treasurer Leonhardt, informs us '=^S=^^*M\"^JWdpt-pf-fAlB-.TSflrDm'thV r State, in support of the high school inthis ^ : : Tniagt^-- : , . ----' - T\" Nasewaupee, vfent to fe~...

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 — 16 January 1880

of SuperrlMra of the County of Door, State of Wisconsin. ^--M^ved andlcarr^ on finance be adopted - ^ d concurred in by UieBoard. \" . \" ' \" \" . \" ^^ ~~•i—----—r—•- Res. No. a—by Mr. Wobser. •'..,•''\"'.' 7~-.rr~ -.—-•. WHBKKAS, it «pp«ar» that tbe necessity of a bridge across Sturgeon Bay is\" frit by the inhabiuntt in this vicinny.. Therefore,- RESOLVED, That the Chairman shall appoint a committee of three to make plana Bfcostof*f bridge acrwss Sturgeon Bay at *r near a line of the Si ingati' to the County Board and.... estimate of cost of bridg e acrws s Sturgeo n Ba y a t o r nea r roat! terminating at th e Tillage of Sturgeon Bay and submit such plans and estimates _ »r d as soon as possible, said, committee to take the survey and soundings made in the year187a Tiy Chief Engineer Casgrain,arid a committee in that\" tar by the County-Board of that Y ~ - ' *-*-»-,•-- -* ri- *- '-—»- — RXSOI.VKD,, That the County Clerik yea r b y th e County-Boar d o f tha t yea r for a ...

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 — 16 January 1880

S&^vWj' ia QXUCOBJ&'S VAX101SAL AHXHBX. Columbia) First and fairest gem -On Nature's brow—» diadem 1 Whose lostre brie&t as heavenly star, , W.Thelightof Freedom sheds sIar»^:- -£- lik« Noah'* Ark » God-lent barque - First found thee child, ' The red num, in bis wigwam, wild. dolnmhlai Soon the tidings spread Of whatColumbus »aw and said . - The eyes of man then turned to thee, 'iTheiiew landrising front the seas -•• Eachspread his sail before the gale, To *enfy the wondrous tale. And thus befcan what was to be The hope and home of Liberty. . -.'•....•'••' :.' ni. -•'.'•'•. :'-- '••'•:•' •,':v~f-. Columbia! In thine early days •.\".'.' - Our.Pilgrim Fathflrssaug thy praise. ~^he^lanue^frenrthe-Mayflower's-declr~— -On*iymouth Kock—a snow-olad speck— - That marks the placairom whence the raee Of PuriUns their true blood trace, ' Whofought for Independence dear . With hearts of steal that knew, no fear. . Odumtiiat 'Twasinftroandbleod Brave Washington the foremoststoo...

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 — 16 January 1880

T?HJLT THE PEOPLE DEMAND. PrMdoaav*ir»«i«»• Orjip or *he Hon- The following i» an extract from the ible address leaued by the Qreenbackera rf Missouri during ti^pa^ year: Wi^riitom^ only ask for the issue of i f ulftegal tender greenrnotes, b*cka to redeem greenback bonda of the United States now due* and /to. buy all p^eTitonuli^r^aal^at^arket rates, s^ljgsf\"\"\"\"1'\"\" as. to c a n c e l J | K ^ B 4 ^ p o j er^ These are deliberate acta of fraud »hle upon themoney power, which corrupted congresB and a basis'upon the jjeople, atra losstoourWilliam citizenaexceeding $5,000,000,000, creat- ing wide spreatfruin and, distress.:~ ?r This same money power refused February, 1862, to permit • congress to riake thevpreBOTt^ tender money, notwithstanding^ the tie mand treaaury greenbacka of July and Augu8t^l86I, being full legal tender had always remained at par with coin, and in places remote from Wash- ington had risen to a premium above « _ .„_= ,,_..1:* ...,.._-.j .. . „ ^.--.--...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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