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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 6 February 1880

jt^t* W$ FSix-monthr\" '\" AlID GENERAL HAPEENtlittS. J | ^ h e \" « i^ '.V::^:-- C ^Regulations: for Lent, • * appear in.an- other coluinu. , 3 • The Washington lc«\"7C«ri^aDj^ant ^rnore^ffiep^''^ x^lretrtng about ~ ito-irorrow'a troubles, pevgnlrlW:^ : Riches aregotten with pain kept with ^ c ^ a^Jost with grief v^Jft:/.' •':-'.' ^ Tiiere la a Koofl demand, for hayT in piir :J?aJ^b' ** a \"big\" price. . , ': v When a man^alU dpwa, |his temper ^^crsllyfgetsirrj^ ' Mr. T.H. Smith, of the firm of ScofieM & Co , has gone east business. ~ ~ ~ T ~ — - r Mr*.James Sullivan, of Foreatville,was among-our agreeable-yailers Pridayr\"7~\"\"\" ^Friday is the 'date of* call from ye atirrer of Sevastopol, Mj ^XrMiilef. - We are under obligations to Mr. James Sullivan for English periodicals. xThanks. Af'cioslng out sale\" Has \"opened*' at Scoflilld^Coil'soldstand neat the piolst - office. • '-.. ....-.::!'• ' ime-4l^h€^«8t4arffiing4and8-in-the State, lie in this county, and can be boug...

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 — 6 February 1880

• • • - . : --: ':--—- ..ilL-. _\"-' . :^ \": V-^'r ' . \" . . - . • ' • : : .''•'\"'•\" V\"\" -':v : • ' : ' • - . . ^ j p o g j ^ E a j i g ^ FRIDAY .:'.•:. 0. L HAETIN, EDITOB AHD PEOFB. _ Jfor the maintenance of the stars and stripes we contend and through these columnsL will wage war npoirlh:e~paTtyfTor-partlear\"Corporatl«nB--or: monopolies, of whatever nature, that may under- take to again tear the colors front the people, the whole people 1 to whom the flag belongs! *T?p,CrEON BAT.. FEB 6,1880. -JlustJllmt the Track. , XbeJWeaver bill, for making up the difference between gold and greenbacks during the war, ^1ac%sifgo6a^anxcdTi^^ inch thick is .used to drive hogs in the Chica- go slaughter houses.: • • TAn experienced man can take out a piece of a hog's tough hide at every stroke. Another instrument of torture is a pliaat strip^bfw^^ the end, with which the brutes' snouts- are whwkedr---A-wagr»~fo^ pick up the disabled hogs._ X ^^OTe'''-than 41 per cent, of- our American c...

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 — 6 February 1880

m mfr: ^ v ^ : - A chillier *r'v-' r:*rri '-^6»r1aBtaofflowers,dancing elves,,•••.-, Soeldtog with hand andheart / , . The tefccfiar-whom she learned to love :. • i^JBdio«i?:BljilaM!^Sl3j^Art.^l'L'..'-':.|..'' A maiden, full of loftydreams, , . Slender and fair sad tall, v . As were the goddesses she traced Openher,chamber wall. ' Still laboring with brush and tool, Still seeking everywhere,: Ideal beauty, grace and strength \" In the \"divine despair.\" A woman, sailing forth alone, • AwWtlcrue, bwvo, elate, To'mould life with a dauntless will. Toseek and conquer fate. Klohcolore on her palette glowed, . Patience bloomed into ErwcrV •'-_ ndeavorearned its Just reward, Art.had its happy hour. • : A^ ^ wife, low.sitting athis feet * J To paint with tender skill ' \" The hero of her^arly dreama, . Artist,imtwanjanstill. iBpur BJ^nM^^ULonhisipDM,culate]black yras'Ius commonplace question, ,j)rU it !wastasked: M^ll^Jtiaa^^T^^th^i^^ poor Polly's soul like rich music.:v- • S h e s n ^ e...

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 — 6 February 1880

MONET. , pujre ami ^m^i^MTpniy a of eichange, whose essential , &3^^pfcijQidr J?fiMejwdue JsT »ted by the limitation of quantityr le absence of credit, a dnralatmg ium b e i ^ uidispenrable in all of civilizaton Boci^ nitiBt adopt mey material wnbfleint^^ i credit.7 vijjiit l£ nation poB^eBB-^ Fciedit inajTob^ V provided aulf that it be portable^ lble and mdeBtractible—or, if de^ ible, can be replaced with facility. id^ 7 being the linutaiicm of~tfe to create, determines value, and gulatea demand hence, whatever u in use is equal in demand, and lot be other uian equal in val- So long as the demand for the ley of a nation is superior or equal to [demand for the precidus^^m idard-quantities, paper money,-pure simple, will circulate,j by force of its aetarxiiBes, at par^m'goM and sil c or„ other , m e ^ [the 1st day of JanuMy,rl879^ to ihe bt-paying functions of greenbacks was \"1 receiTObility f°* all' government whereUy it became equal in use, herefbre\"-equal-nvTalnep-to-gQld...

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 — 6 February 1880

[fl|Jiwuj^!l^lL_.0.'A.j.r' 'j'.'V.'.,'' '..' '.''V '.'VV . ' j- '.—L- ' |»^|h^s|^denriess ind^violence piT Its effect :bttiiriy.«xpeet(^'^ll.ra|n'^i^''bdriii{t:?laHe£,y a)icl ||®g iifcrhietf'it, in the snle of violent purgattves. So PJildnK^tl^y'wrehchthe bowels of tlieirit pes ^:TOMUfe:0f/8UC^^ ^•E^^M'-niljbisli^iiQsiertisr's' Stomach Bitters is | « ivowrfs nre rclkveil but njvvayv gently/ by athispleasant laxative,\" whicl^tipWr»r« fvealvert K ^ y i v e organs of digestion nrul bijious seere. -:^tlie constitution nndphyK'qutfi artr! Grille it is -li saft^injts conj^itueM?,^* siifficieiilly ^irpmpt |^B^tlAT^itAN.CAN::oo:^=^i^ agricultural ex^.. ctianye ptiblishes r.n article boating of \"oyhat :ja single lienn can produce.'!: It' is'--ainWiijg.- ^/!l^,feff l -*beflH^liooter^into^n»r«tt's,?ar it * : • is capable of utledngi '•-' . ' '.' -'\"\"-.'.' rr :-..i- MV «0(WMV(iji.vS : \":'v IfWhy. are you. so out pf.sp/ts, ncyer-nbleto I • tell folks that you arc M'elJ? Ten to Ohe...

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 — 13 February 1880

^ I ^ M * ! ^ ^ Mexico—the Bevolntionlstg. Germany —the Budget. AfgJb^lBtan—Bloody — ,Engagement IJnMia's-Hand. •:•.- ::Me«n«^'-r ^•Â¥.^JUBOW^ •' .:• -^^:^A2iii)MOorG»hy^eb 6'—IV ^i*port«d that Marque* haa taken San lUfeel the capital of Frontiera,^:Tha liport laclw confirmation, but is believed to be true bj , usually well posted men here.2 _L i__i^ - .: .: •• ^-.•' .•..-.•••. JBBMAKT \"j ^\"--:-.\": BKBUN. Feb. 6.-The Budget of the German Empire has been submitted to the . Bundesrath. The amount of revenue and. «pon*itur» are fixed at 644,888,184 marks, _ The items of r permanent expenditure awplmi toW7T4/OSi0T :muTwri&ttotof& :~rary~ai^ •'-: i^iaiixufiisi': '\"• LoMDoxr, Feb. 8,-r-Tbetimet has the following from Candahar: VEeporta have '\", been received here of a second and more. bloody straggle, between the rival parties at Herat, Local troops attaoked ' the Cabalia stationed there unawares, and inflicted a heavy loss before, the Cabulla could bring their artiller...

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 — 13 February 1880

M$M$i ^00T8TEPgQNTHE OTHER SIDE. ^^w^^Ons-wbose step I longrtb hear .?-—\"'— ^^itrf&siMstofittoi 'BM* I ho comes—nowheart exultant uVIn,thrJo*forgettochide: 7 ,\".•':'-\\ Ah IVM but a strangersfootstep - - ' ' • TBow^'oatlj«'btt«p8*«lol\" :,.:v r-:. • v^Alltb»ttightBeem«imrfwith w^ptag, -/.• Windsare wallingmoomfully, ••• . tci And the nin-teSre blent together-. --•- -Journey to the rMtIc«B»aa. »v- J can faney, sea, ysumurmur, ~: Ae they with your watere flow, Like the griefs of singlebeings:^-„„ i^^- MakingtipaBfttion's.woel Brinc^iee, bid yonr guests be 8flent,:'.-V. Hush a moment, netful rain, Breete, etop signing—let mo Ueten Onoe more—God grant not In vain ,, To my olieek the blood 1B springing . - laketKWusherof nbrlSe, • Joy I—olaS I again the footsteps rough enou^Jto wear outlier shoes fask er then flhe^obuld replace them and then she arose to to go. :'*•• ^S::fO-'7•• ••' : v.% ? \"\"Wa^t^yoyF-rati^ 'Ijiz'beffi?'* asked Mri Wilkm/^th7 a regretful glance towards t...

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 — 13 February 1880

fe®f.: NATIONAL BANKS. lljgrom18TOli» 1878 llS^new national bapka were eaSfel^ ^ ana^nlyBereBr oniot-every400inlttiemaximum num- ber orgMiissed i ^ e d ^ wpaM up amd feoinl869 fo 1878 atoatoual net profit of infraction less^^fl^^iltp^^centaraon-the- the averaged imtioiim^bankiiig capital employed. These arei-'.-tne proofs, »d- duced from Comptroller Knox's figures, tional banking stands far down on the list of profitablei occupations. . To furtherall#y the justifiable clamor iiiaised against tne national banks, and • to excite,^ possible^^^ conuffiserati6n?for theimaghiaiy trialB of the stockholders, Comptroller Knox dwells^at leng^iribyi word and figure, upon ths lossesthey -—naveLsustamM^wi&injJflio p^sVJthxeer years endmg ^tember^lg^a^Hetells us, with a triumphant air, that these losses amduhtedtoover $64,000,000^ He carefully avoids adding, however, that ^these!Jp^se3 \"*were • deducted j by1: Jihe \"managers of the national7banks from their gross\"' profits before ascert...

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 — 13 February 1880

pStsSf fcv Otto. Year ( U aavftaee) ItwllltakeaootlierfaUdf aaovy topnt th^x«*^ ^ '\"\"\" gan grinder haato^ |j^ |liv«ra. them—hare commenced filling their ice & - §ipa'tib^&b generous withiyour temper ^p-keep^t.:-\"-V.,r-t : vTfe :: : w •.'••^•':- .\"\" 7 llr^dWgt^hanioriis much as^ou please t^filt^n^tta /' ^:l e|^^ip»iJ4-bat» ^out*#nerdlytChang« l^intpifiei briers of manhoo&V There ia a scarcity of teams to .do the gSror^ Mr. T. H. Smith has: returiied home itpm a business trip to New York. Theprlcex lumber has taken another ^jump :upWi©TWft^tijiCT^dB^f-(ifreen' fSay..: . . '. ' ^./V: ••\"'•_./•• • When you are getting ideas, get a plen ty, but don't bawl them in unwelcome ears.:.-.. \\-:i V- ':•{: fcand^loTd Hahn, of tbe~Northwtstern Hotel has been yeryjBick for the past few .days.'\". '•* 3P m ^7T7'~. f:\". ... •'.--^'^3p ™ ^HPT^^'r^wscotr : wifi : ' preach at ejacksonport next Snnday morning, at 10:80 O'clock'. ,•_._ • W / / ^ / . , _ . ?f^\":8Sturdayis 8t-...

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 — 13 February 1880

sJH^PlEiLEKE^^ 0.1. MABTIN, EDITOS AND PBOFB. For the maintenance ojt the stars and stripes we •ontend and through these column* will wage war upon the party, or. parties, corporations or monopolies..of whatever nature, that mayunder- take to again tear the colors from the. people, the whole people 1 to whom the flag belongs! STURGcEOHIBAr.. *EEB«i3^ism ^±sf! ^WJiatDoes It Meaiii \" Ex-Governor Smythe, of New Hampshire, has been interviewed on the Presidential ques- tipn,_and:g^ - Tribune : ~. 1:. l-'x. .1 ••:,'•- . ' \" _—-,-^T.—r—: -1 anvforisrant because I think he is the\"^!^ man who can be seated. ^Ms.- afe^gnjtag^tflueleot BttfTamtneerwfioever He may be,\" bat the Demo- crats will count him out unless they are afraid of him. Grant is the only man in the United States they are afraid of. They know- that he could call half a million of men aVound him by raising his :Utthr?nnger. -If-we don'*--elect (irantnot one of us will live to see another Republican President in the \"Whit...

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 — 13 February 1880

\"j&sS&l'iji\"'- wmmmmmmm mEm&M^BBMM -^Th Kew York mraldim opened an Wflh SauTbecription with $W,W..e Sqne of:it will go ^toorigh^utiell&'bauto ^^^==~^^-^--~, ^^ .:i, r .^:^,.f.::: : A ^nltt«d.: : -v i..= • • ~ .-y** :^etep-daughter S^The trial ofJin^Smith and Cove Bennett, for. ^ mottlor Qf tho fcririerV husband '••Â» plolkiemari ofJersey City,resulted in:* verdict ofhot griflty. ,. K AtBoveTly^jMass., at the burning of *Bum« '••-••:rsoer residence, on the 3d hist.,a falling cbim- Lney IdJIed * boy and injured several firemen— one fatally. . • _ _ _ _ • _ / ••• atflfc^efflt^ waukee_waa so badly burned^b^^^^ talrinff fire from a range on the 8d inst, that •At Uiebormng of the conniy hospi^near MttwaukevWi&j,onthe-^riiglnVof-ther-Mnirisfcr two-iauper .named, Fritz -BchrpfE^rod^afc^ NeaTSjn lost theirJives. John T. Gardiner and wife were burned,to death by'• «' fin which bestowed toeir home at Easton,Ma8a. on the •lHtinHi :. \"•' * U? While lightuig aSfire inflM...

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 — 13 February 1880

grain side of a teafter belt next •3B saidthat wood Rawingis rendered h easier by occasionally Oiling the i: wiiifrlKBj5q^^ areamonth oldcrackedsjioc©edimg and wheat1 Bdreeninga are better for lem than dough. ~.':i' ^'^^^Vicoststoorethan IBbNE-DtJOT is a lasting manure, and ^opntinuetofertiliraplalitaforyWB, iej&jiMgRW '!'•: CBOSS between n^e^dooded light Unas and partridge Cochins will pro- ice the largest fowls known. ^ -- - I Loss of ap^fiteptBrst£diarrhqea, leral weakness arid blueness of the ab are the principal symptoms of licken cholera. , ' lures rich in chlorine,.when applied i land ou which tobacco is raised injure hie combustibility of the leaf. YOUNG stockfattensmuch morereadily a-oM-^8faK5k%^g9pwhen7HheyThav ined their growth, fatten at a IOBS Bt^tbam^hennBldeiT^ steers and all other animals. BAOK feeding of horses is wasteful \"ie better plan is to feed with chopped ay from a manger, because the food is then thrown about, andis moreeasily lewed and digested. ' Tr...

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 — 13 February 1880

Ipptiftu^^ (^ Tta pill «nd tthe nostrum-vendors \"who : M .termed it, m the Mile of violent purgatives. So @§^a«t.y^tb^ -^- ckras rubbish, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters is W^^^jAUfii,^ widely'd^renfc ^h«i ^vWMte^:«tf«lejieve^r'riat' Wwayis^gently^.ybj. i§^^:^eiusi^h^i^-9}^\\i 4^:^ot weaken ^«^f?Jgbri|t(tti.1heni and endows^ the to~6p^ ^p»$yel6r£ansv#^^ ^ii&n^lwttitiactiyi^ahd regularity, J^ertgtfiens #itth#cbh^tuti^ wlfite tHs- ^^jntifscphstJtaentSj is sufficiently prompt Hourly exi^te* alltemediea bavinr tafle%and jfeKJaWe#w*i«^rliwnt% Jfcb]H*ea*itta^i^ ^ r a d s f A ^CminntrnvK. CDSSP,—Wbfn d n t h W M f afled, and Hi* cMia#*bw4n*taa ?6tto..,, oMcphW pgaltively «nd only aaMnjr that each rem\"i two thiw6rafit*mp» toar««penieais :31ittvHe^i«too^r« j4tefi|s awea«inaoMaatthritoroach Mdw)llbreafcup a jrwh cold In twenty-fonf htorfc^Addflwaj. Iwitattstoearavi &]rdtat,«ai«esM« •Usain* b 1 sresk, rasatJaSdam. I JKonfiammiKt •MbM f«Uoa» 'Stem— ^^JSoi'B^^mSF^ S^...

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 — 20 February 1880

1111^ WRLIMTO&W>K*OTS* Hiseellaneons Foreign zHeifcs.—:. and Home BRITISH POLITICS. v::BiiKl^Teb^ l3.ysTlie NettA German cxpresses the opinion that in the next general election In Great Britain the Lib- erals will pay dearly foi- leaguing with tbe ^UiBh^zxr^^r^^f^z: ' 1 ^^: 1 ^ -•'-•---—-- _: DTOLW WB0BEB8. : borers dfi thiHcity held another demon- stration tfeday._ Intheir:i»p^he a they. : declartkftbey were on the brink of starva- tion. •-:.'••'.•••'••' • *••.'• v'::•-.•:. , DoBUH. Feb 13 —The Mansion House Committee has letters giving the particu- lars of the JncreusiDg distress in the coun- try, -t •'.• •vvv-' , v -' 'I ..,'•':- ,,j.-- ,j\\.\"/-.-\"V- ,^ - ••-•:-..-v^HAaOTisr:ivri:7. \"\"'v: \"'. :*.YoTkleadingin •: LONDON, Feb. 13.-^A dispatch from Ca- bul says Mobainined Jan has sustained a reverse at Ghoznee, and it is believed his influence is -waning, Three, tnousand Turcomans under JIaik Mohammed have crossed the River Oxus for Afghan Turk- -iwta^:'-::v: R-T: ^...

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 — 20 February 1880

WtBCOJfBOt. WMRm Editor and iMifous tapiQ^ p .^..-/SfiSffilji': 6UJ|M 1^^^/^h^TOuiiWea iin the Sp£j«jeoc^f: flsb ^t»^ ' Prof, B^Erd beByosthat: s^''^^C|KHpciL \" ^ Jbjbubr'-llGtiak^/\"jmt-'Sft^'^'JCA.Wirewbco_ \"to\", p a r o w n Becentlf mneteen^daryes broke bntofiflte Memfhia workhonae. One was killed, thirteen were recaptnj^and five are s M : a t l a i g e ^ ^ At Constantinople, daring a lete inftbarrack three stories high, tho walla fell in and two hun- dred Boldicrs were killed' and three hundred wounded, :.^C^y^^~^~~—__^J-—- '• The 6Dfdne, .ieaQder and L 10th i n i ^ ^ a b ^ * n u l e i r ^ l ^ C H a ^ ^ ^ tmiiie^m-i^t of nuT^thrbwinf-W & gtne andiendeXonone *ide^thbcwbn^fcW other,, .over-^an?- embanfahew^'fe^^fefit^ c ^ J B g ^ o ^ c r , y j a t o e i C a n i e r w p a i 3 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ B g ^ W ^ hefweeii^S 1 C^ttMafto^h^dSttie «h|ingtait, duriuir Btorra an:bld man named Shaeranh wn* ^fffmljfipmmtei (PennTV^RftWTtW' sayB thai flip ^upreia*' 1 ^ Sito.cihju^ :: Sorer.tbe.7 ...

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 — 20 February 1880

*.'£S&r 1 * ft«S^*\"J$^!MBer QtolcuB^'f r\":^\"^^^^._\"_\"\": :^\"\".U'--'-'--^--.- . KEEPINGsheep i s pleasant and profit- able ifattended toproperly. • Wool ia a sure thing, every year, and bririgs oash. I* you would keep your horses and »ttiefieeironalioehavenohenrooBta in your barn. , .•yv^v^r -.--\" --' -^---^'---- A GERMAN farmer sayB he values to- bacoo stems for manure \"about the same as stable dung straw soaked in urine and dried would be much the Bame.\" IP only six substantial farmers in a S o ^ are agreed, J&ey: can- organize and sustain a dub which will put new life into the agricultural and social culture of ONE-HAiiF ounce of salt to the pound of butter is the rule for salting adopted by the makers of the celebrated '• traded nufrk*^unr|r\"bTitter7^b^^ fancy price in Boston. THE Onondaga Milk association, of, : $tew-JXotk, concludes that-^oorn-and oatsy ground and mixed in equal quanti- giyen quantity of such meal is worth morethanany other.\"^: ._ 1 -i::^...

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 — 20 February 1880

ll Hammel Uros. are again in town with iora«&ior-salo. • \\\\.-::~\\.:^zJ~^z77^~~7~ tj'8firBt.cla88 teachers/looked into-our in the Village on ^9intsgtifdra few^ayg^ •Ar call waft extended this office lyriednea- day hint we were absent. Allow us to i&U la right to be contented with what we have, never with what we are^ f It'«^eioC4oi :the greateir^artjof the talk fog* they also do the better part: Mr. jTohhtoyHaggertyvof^reenBay^is in the Yillage^iaiting for\\a^ftw^ciays. *\" Buck wheat cakes are good hut they make a docile person a regular scratcher. .--MiggJosie Goffeen has returned to Pohd ^^ac^a^teraJByigral weeksi visit in this ^ : Oiduniny w o u l d ^ die but of itselt if nobody took it in and gave it lodging, /.:.- _ .:. .v-^:_^: -iota fora shortitinaeto\"see Tibw^iand looks up there.\" \" ^ak«i *!andtnef^look at you Mr B:, when 3te4re^tioriter-v -•\"•/'.•' ' .''y« ' : There is a plaintivepoem going the rounds, entitled:''The Old Garleu Gate.* bidIgarden^gate* It ...

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 — 20 February 1880

i^ow^ywTidmg-w~n.q^ , Cal. The hqrse( threw him off, by kicking 1 hard against a rock, l i e was. about toi give tKe/beast a sound whipping, when he sawthen, goldl/glistening where a piece of the rock had hieeaJirokehjQfF._^T^ was discovered, and a horse escaped punish- ment ' '-:.'.''\" v \"-'•-'•••• '-\"'•:, '•':••'::\":.''•.' For the maintenance oi the stars and stripes we aOntend and through these column* will wage war^TOn^te^artatqirzipaTfl monopolies, of whatever nature, that may undere take to agai n tea r the colors fro m th e 'people, th whole people !,to whom the flag belongs t—---—-•'- STURGEON BAY. , .FEB 20,1880. TTTfortliern Forthcoming: That part of Wisconsin included ini the counties of Marinette, Oconto and New, are not only richTirr^oilrawdforeirp^uSs^buF 'abound in minerals—such asiron,' silver and. leadl TJiese deposits, especially the iron, cover a large surface, and are very rich. -True* they have not been explored as exten- sively as have the Michiganmines acr...

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 — 20 February 1880

u •UNKCN TREASURE*. v»T:m»TA«» TATLOB, *he»at ibeyshine, throngh the tanalnoent Past, IteaerwBOoUMtforovorwqaletfloor - :?atoflexesupheavalottbo desp stun out - - Tkem b^rrno w»T* «h»Uw«A thomto: the shore. lag, bwraWdlMjfl^'\"r'''\"' ^\"'*7\"i: _ loittd, oonvoya 61 my f«te TbeUu*«ofloTely women, noble men, j FaB^alkd with hope, and stored with ham* own ^ ^~JWg^:-r:^L :.^:::.r. . -V--,_.-.'. Tb*mskenTwtir«sorm7b««rt, well, - •'Xjookoptome, M perfect as at dawn My gold paJaoe heaves beneath the swell /TO aieotinytouob, and U again withdrawn \"Store aleep the early triumphs, cheaply won, - „ Thstled Ambition to bis utmost verge AndfUB hla visions, like a drowning sun, : Send npjwedlng splendors^through ttolmge -1\" TherewaitUureoog^aonNthe quick dee, : , Whence the heartluxows ita kjn, wherever cast , And therelthe parting, when the wis tfuleyea- : .Caress each other as they look their last. liberalie the he m lie th e summer eves,—doUcioua evea^^---^ the soft green Vall...

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 — 20 February 1880

BANK RESERYES. ipeecn o f .Geo.•. Weaver, of I o w a , i n rake n a t i o n a l H o u s e o f Bepresenta - Ittvem* '•'.' ••• •:^'^.-r~^~r~:l .:\".,'.'.., . iebillfH,:B»i No.S2,71i0 WQUM^the of rational bankBtobe fept in old andsilvercoinsof the UnitedStates, sported fromthecommittee oi banking id-: ciirreriOT.: by the gentleman from ?ttri .(Mr. BucTmex), Mr. Weaver ii^aBloiipwIj^ ^ \"lto.,8pesito^I desire! f o r a few momenta to rrtioe the real purbose and effect of this bilk tTeqnires very tersely every banking associa- lon to keep in gold or silver coins of the Uni- 1States cme-nalf of \" the reserve fund now anirodby law. What are silver coins of the felted States? The 412£m:ai .dollar, sub- idiary coins and the trade dollar are all silver binsof the United States,j, The first ia a full Irtal tender,the second onry~ to the \"extent of 15,and the trade dollar, although a coin of the Tinted States, ia not a legal tender in. any hiount whatever. And yet. if this bill be- tteB-a^hw...

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