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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 February 1880

ttWent «ts this rjroposition would seem, feihd^PtheriXnbstruin-Vcridors. who* &wi«f W?fcb'c-saikm violent purgatives. So nrty^fth^ ajre pretty iuje of a' certain ^i^^iuccess If instead of wch pernj-: i nibb»h,H0stetier's Stomach Bitiers is ^th^ufe are*{widely diflererS vThe ^l^^tfewify?.:?whicH does n(^ weaken: Wv^oiites: therji, and endows the cirOp \\&gins of digestion and bilious secre |W ^^»ttiyityw)d regularify, • stren|itlien» d|^Mn^3tu^iih'and-physique^and\" While itis pjmejinjJflwristittients, is sufficiently prompt ^|c|^tipri.:t:L ].• . _ A ,:• -: v-: r•:.'J. .' •,,_, ^. .,.. -[. , WS^^KTKVt-^Ati\\ 6l?»^rviri^^6upg7\"inivn ^^turesthe^raark^nat a' Tiudding young Ida^yidbesnot l)urst into fruit until she:-\\}t*: Ml*™ li*^ ^ Very• fine '^display of extra piqe butteiajr/the great rlnterrtational Dairy: ijft The packages that' tobk the prize* {B^tenrficresir^ #rjQiig}it to h^perfectj jh jjuality nnd-color. ^)any.ot.tHern were cQlpredlto a rperie^:june7 0mi-mfrWel...

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 — 27 February 1880

:0jp!@*£&. Tenrfble Famine in the Caucasus. The Distress in Ireland Reported to be - ST: pBTBBBBiiRarr'Febf- 2l^TAe-newa from the interior of the Empire is heart- rendteg. Fam^ ^ma^^iffle^nulatibttri^Che—Province of Saratof and Kief,' which annually export in ordinary times enormous quantities of flie rain, had scarcely any crop last year. calamity is aggravated by want of • f^derf^tfie^cattlerandthe peasants ?«re forced to sell them. In the Caucasus the famine is still greater, where the peo- ple are committing suicide and selling ':'}. their children. • •\"•:*.' • 7 „• lEBtANDi—THfiMSTBIBSS. '•: resentative at Dublin sends the follqwiug: \"The distress in Ireland grows more Wide- Z spreadetery ^dajr it is only through the admirable machinery\"\"ofoUsteibution or- ^ganiged by the Mansionjlouse and Marl- • -• - bprpugbT- committeesZthaJactual.Utarva^ - t i o n is checked.: The famine wdl probabiy -intensifyduring-the~soinin^-fortnight after Mich7iprJ7 brpbably be less severe,I...

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 — 27 February 1880

••\"VVr' SIB^HiiEiii StTJEOKON BAY. W1SCONSXK. ^VABiiQUS Topics^ r \". blchUw Irish ^tatoraJure lauding^d^ r^Mtseem towork verywell atleast so fir «9 the cultivation of wheat is concerned. FrancehM the largest wheat acreage, in pro- ?^?? PpWWB^o 1|» poimlatiorl^dgjiny country in S^Brabpcj $ui ^tmu^E^and's average wheat £§jk^tt 'zrom28 toSO bushels pWaa*, that of 4#rwktf i8o^^ i^R?Bi®iaiua:E -Adasn'» linefc.- jsOh the 15th inst, the wife of Adam Murray, living near Glasgow, N. 8 , gave birth to fire chllown—thiee girls andtwoboys—allfinelyde-}&Vrgato*tmp,Co., veloped, and all doing weU.:^ _ //• Whirled to JDeatb.:•'.' Henry Looner, aged 10, an opprenhce in the jawJnanu^actb^ofl4L.d^^Mm^ Miolu, became entangled in the belt onthe 18tb, and before hecould beextricated hiB nock was brokeau-v . . ...:.-^^iL-i^-^~—r.^~—^—^~- I:/£K&t4tem^ inSan 2v^FranciscQ^meeting with vigorous ^ £ ^ ^2(r^3ho sir^ agar dealer denounced their circulation as a H^iUmOTettoritprcapltau^ - mem 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 — 27 February 1880

DRAINAGE drivesaway butterflies. ^Pcmtsrted on btjwskwteair re-of nne flavor. \" BONE dust is lastingmanure, and will oontintie to fertilize plants for- years, p*hen not ground toorfiner~~'r^r-r~. ^:~r :\"* AFAUJUBE :of-clover seeding m year lost in the profits of the farm The • time is close at hand for Bowing clover. Prepare for it. ''.\"\"' ••'. iNou-ou^cropp should'remember:,that -the formes our capital, and that increasing its produc- ing capacity meuna adding to.our..princi- zi TaE,poultryshould be fed meat three or four times a week with their other food, when, the ground being-frozen, there\"are neitherworms norr insectsfor IKenvto'pick uplabbut^flie premises ^ v -THE best herds of n38iry^oows~irrihis ^country yield from 600 to BOOpounds of leheese per=^oow.i:Few~^fZihese are thoroughbreds, but are- selected, from the best grades of thevariouB breeds. Cows, when they expend vitality in .labor,~eat morerwhen-ihey-expend it in ~iLeepmg\"WBTnvthey needTnore^food-Tuid oonstituti...

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 — 27 February 1880

Uld up with the'rheumatism. Too bad. 40 s£3&^388b i ! : ^ w ^ w H w i M DWJH no crossing scoiirDlish^tf&7*«»4^ « . :••-•-• with'«*»'«, tte-fc,pt.Orse.' Biy «,£ S S ^ ^ - J S ^ * ^ '* \" AdftmH&drick, of Baifey's Harbor .,-..:.,.-^^ :,,.•,-—,.^ ., •,,,„.,,., ,,,.-,, tae*m*pwk^ of last week, and visited this village We ,whole en* ? °',the b a y , b u t th!o w , n t € r ^e^otamon^ Ifce^rgrtteirr^o^so i f t J H ^ x c ^ 0 W ?™f^A^PB^*8V8 some! moiV'jftami' • , ? « ^ . M ^ . ^ . : ^ W : * i i « l » AHD 6EMEBALHAPPENISG8. ^|^ .^i:p^5jiii if wlU^telt'outr *''''\"' lfrl^iCni Hugh Graham ia in the village vis- iting. •• \" ..7 , \" §||g7j3|yte ^^M'S^*::^^^^?11'^^!1*'»W«J b»y# around f y^ejo^ ^ za^rc^c -.:-: ||| f :^^notice(fll JaioWs- C. Scofieltl, of Bed |}V^y^Jbiji*^^gfl t2M^^il(g ^Jwi3 rnearlyZaMiyJevening, feWtbe^rnjanch^ •^•vlPbje^nter term of school, in District ||vlio ^^^j^toyni-5tos^\\thig:-W!eek. |77T Offmgtocompetltlonamongthebuyeja,- •1^}ti» wentup t...

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 — 27 February 1880

C. I. MAETIN, EDITOU AND FSOF'B. ' • For the maintenance of theetars and stripes we contend and through these columns will wage war upon the party, or parties, corporations or monopolies, of whatever nature, that may under- take to again tear the colore from the people, the whole people)i» whom the flag belong I \" * ~ STURGEON BAt: .FEB27.1S80 —In dee^ning-a river-in~the neighborhood of Norrkoping, says the Tirriber: Trades Journal, border to make it\" ajccessable' for ' snips of heavier draught, among several bb- K^uor, j ^ p a r * ^ •^jlg™theTsan-Avas shin*: At the grave an inscribed brick was interred ky bottlei and gave it §0 a Texas man, in the j ing brightly the fine pyramid of the Cathe- with the remains, a large quantity, of paper and candles were burned,' and 4he food and drihk-wereJeftrina-pile. i-Three women from Wong'SjharemTwere not r^rmitteT^^enteF the cemetery, but they built a bonfire of holy A cablegram froni Cario says:. The recent discoveries made beneath the...

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 February 1880

£M W r ^ ^ S s S * ^ •UNBISECOMESTOMOHROW. :3r»» I* toto* ctoudMiadiiita^\" Hot the dear, Mwwathen i:^n«rthatllp«r that pace haw Maaed, Oanw no more together. . .*•. Trne that when wo would do good Evil often follows •':\"'•\"\":.' v TroothatRroen loavt* quit the wood, : Summers ldae theirwallows. • . -rwthat,t thii-ije ot-mx*Jri±i±i: ~^Tbefeire none to guide ua—' • floDA the grand primeval powen I - • Sclflab atam divide nsu ^v Trae the Plaint But, if more true, I wouldnot deplore it - an Eden fade from view, Itoeinay yet restore it Evfl ooroee.and evil goes, But it moves me nevor ' Tor the good, the good, it grows, A Buds and blotaomi[Over, •VtaterBtilHuceodii to spring, .:'. But fresh springs arc coming,... Other birds are on the wing, -_j_•-'- .Other bets are hamming. have lovedi wjthj^htgoodjrfQ,, _ 'Mourned my^Bopwdoparted-^~ Breamed my goldon dream—and still _ Amnot broken-hearted,. —-— and glad will be t»Jbicei»= Oladam i^Formy -WheirBweeMiprBhdlodlwTlBcep When I he...

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 February 1880

e - : • * # A NATIONAL CURRENCY. (Firomtfc-JKa^^^ Engliand's itredeejowble fl-flit is liferi and political birlSwutfc ^ TWaecu- its public Jdelit mainly depend on the jetnation of England's present polit- _? system and:\"a non-denuihd f6r \".re- jnptaonof-Englkb4Mjnds«7-^w w the^ ational principle,ow prprEngliah finan--baa jters declarei infamptis for the United ftetea to apply. :•*'•, \\ I True^England pays some interest on Iiveatmenta in ite debt BO ahould the pnited States, if itlias to - But a debtor lonld pay the-least interest expense'he in, none, if pjossible. 1 vlnd as tins nation, a heavy debtor, lUBtissue its.evidence of debts, prom- ses to pay, and as its p^ple heed a M- Eonal currency, the nation has the right Ind the people the needof usingnational Ion-interest notes inj^prefCTenwJojCorpo^ atioii 6r\"p^soMl'pr6miseB'fo pay. And olus revenue andthe Nyear and tear of latacmal currency can steadily reduce the iterestrbearing debt down-tornothing, avmg&e public debt oh...

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 February 1880

^^Slli tt'JH^'^-ryi\"^??^ ^(^l cleidrjpt3d rat 6»»cer -aiid P ^ i l y & u ^ seems gfrtmdeciliy ^^iiatiuetortKie cure of nil diseases ^^^^rieyV-^ii«ea.^y. Weakness attddebili- ^}|||.J^*^r*at ipn»v powers are especially di- 21 o r i TsWOSASD., ' x™3^«y»tirTi^^ ^ l remedies baringhfailed, and bontl fl^jjiyitto $p|ipr^r$ ifciatit tikes 6w, 6bd oba a day -to |^pJhe^orld^i4ll^that^^sof-weUl^SfciMhe ^i^ti^ct Ibr 6nerdav and forfeit ib per cent. Of ^l^^e^ijrweifail. v/./.. ••.\\::::'^A ./:'i:.'': ''- ^|||I^New:'Yprfc:.7V»*««^:iiv its market: rei ^r^^ejcplSihi^ ^||iichilow pric^i In speaking.: of butter it l^hid'Ayglit colored goods -are very hard.' to pf^ispOse of and several lots were thought well '\"''*'j^u^^ makers #^l^etihe^»op\\price|jh^y'\"srpuTdr\\ise'the ^rfe?te43BuUer GolorV made by: Wells, ttictu ^fstaibn #€o^BuTlingfoh7~ VfT^Trgives^a /pure-dandelion colof and never turns red, or fn rancidj but tcndsto jmprove and preserve the ^^u«er^:'^ • :'.'•?l- ,-.-'r,r-7'r !...

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 — 5 March 1880

FartherI^rtlcuTara Cdne*rning the Winter Palace Blow-up. Germany L$fD^ St. Petersburg ooht8pondcht writes to the effect that since the recentexplosion at the Winter Palace the dead soldiers haVebeen buried with great honors. A number of the leading generals were present at the religious services. The Emj^rorrJimseif .Jrtjiftg&f)^^ the familiteoT those killed in the explo- sion shall be provided for. This measure: makes the Czar more popular in 8tlv Pet- ersburg than ever. A large number of arrests have been made in th§ Winter Palace, among them some TSttperibr! oflfe *w Iuqulrifea made since the attempt show that the greatest carelessue88 has -prevailed in the regulations of the palace life, pver a hundred people, it is found, have been regularly lodged and fed at the palace, although they had not the sligbt- est right:thereto. ^They^had: no known occupation, and have now been cleared out. The palace is now fujl of soldiers, ^ahdHs strong -Jawed-topasson-thVBidewalk-orJ to^tbp ...

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 — 5 March 1880

$m& i*m6m MV SCOTCH LASSIE. lMjAnvootora rich and rare. I-wouM paint withehateest hmning \" ^ My Boot&lMilo ftwh and fair. Fresh 1»ahe aa the &wy morning, FWraabtoMomonUioaprayt Itaffra»taiJUieWroh^reewa»lng to tfcfreah brewe of the May. B^&ife cVmy bright and bloomingtattlef' no4*al»UertmaldeneTer * : - Bmathedc amile ad sweet as aha.. -• » O, my bonhie bathe fond laaaJe, ,: KOdaaUocmton hawthorn tree, Blob aa Jnna, and ripe as Autumn, •- •. ^loweeandfrultinonelaBhe, VBaw'ywaeracowslip wanner :- :i-rv-- When the tephyra came to woo t 8aw you bright-eyed speedwellpeeping •tnth\" •\"*'•purer •-••••-•- • IJeatl i wit h blue? ^Wanner than her keen pulso keeping Time to all things true and good, BJoerthan her Woe eyea swelling :. In yonng lore's dlvineat moodt 4 -^ BofterflOBtajwrJumyaeaTgnll -,. Than herbosom's hoairing oharma, Bwan on lake not whiter Bwimmeth v_Than the whltenoaaiof her anna If ihadthebruahofangcl^ Dlpt in wdors rich and raro— Ho t no trick of bru...

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 — 5 March 1880

. • S S e ^ at a logging camp Saturday by a 3. W. LAMBBBT^ a carpenter in Gsh- \"fell from a twfrBtor house Satur- and was badly injured.:• BUKKE, of^Oflhkosb,,. was run 1 while jttmping.on a train Saturday. :footrwa8:wiTp^^ J^iIoi^^oiT^ort vHbwa^ i arrestedIStoridaiy on a charge of big- He was taken to Mifichioott, Man- county, where bis first wife issaid J reside.:: ,U : '^. J-il''. -^-.- :r-'' iTHBnameof the Indkn who was run r and killed by a train on the Wiscon- Central road hear Hilbert Junction, [onday evening, was John Kau-Kau. '.was\" drunk, of- oouree.\" - -J:L .:V::: ^ SON of John Sand, a fanner living on i range line road, was Mt by a falling ^ while working in the woods \"the r day, jftnd quite seriouslyinjured,• — i River8 Chronidle.:..• J :. ! 1: ,,^ :'\"Point uo CLATBB Press.- John Doolittle, of ppewa Falls, who lost a jix)w_a-fe ago, found her- on Friday, sunk frozen in thfe mineral spririg, on the rath Side, with only her head sticking thought GolHwknooked^he one-d...

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 — 5 March 1880

^!§©S3:pj®j§^^ W^^i^^^t^IOlf:. efit*«£41*ai?ai^ fr-sff AKD GENERAL HAPPENIH 68. Trouble am alw»ff be borrowed at low ^ffa^are' aow inarching along in the long i^T^v^^pM -forward -on the re- v J*nnjilspfji$ Mr.E.O.Danielihu returned from bis trip to Minnesota. Thethermometergetsitised to this chaaipableweathsr by degrees. ^Don't gefIn debt to i shoemaker, ifyou would call jfour \"sole your own.\" Unwelcome settlers to DoOr County— tbow wbo^offer 10 cents on the dollar. ^\"Thto ii fefioiW^ We^ng^ 7TTb»t .la,JSaiter Sunday comes on the 38th Inst. Again M n J a ^ _waup»e, has our thanks for G^anadian pa- . During the sleetliig storm late last Fri- day night it thunder^ and lightened as in summer time,-In-fact^ethun^ like an onion, beh^ ^ sifte^'peal.''^J-- r \" V'j ' ^- -^-.= - la there a sclent who^^tell,-iaiterrft rpckgata a'holeln itjJfJiai:^ once took the place of the aptrturef It's * mysteryrf~ ^ ^ t ^ ^ ^ ^ t r ^ r r 77\"?~~~ , Mr. Mark Seneca Bhaler, that eccentric, yet ...

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 — 5 March 1880

••:£%?$ PUBLlSHfipEVER V FRIDAY ^IvHAB^EMmM C MOP'S. [~-A-i^olution-fBsertmg~the-Mphroe doctrine relative to the proposed! inter-oceanic canal han been introduced in the House, It affirms that in accordance with ous well-established policyi the cpntrblof any canal—across the For themaintenance of the stars and stripes we contend and through these columns will wage war upon the party, or parties, corporations or monopolies, of whatever-nature, that may under- take to again tear the colors from the people, the whole people! to whom the flag belongs 1 - STlTRGrBON-BAY.....:.MARCH 5.:1880, • A writerin the Voltaire, _\\vho signs him- --?• self *'Uh Russe,\" paintsadeplorable-picture of the terrors by which the. Czar is haunted and of the precautions taken to secure his person from injury. .•:. At one time the Enx- peror of All the Russias was in the habit of wearing a coat of mail,\"very delicate and sup- ple, but, unable to endure the weight,'* he has abandoned this ark of safety. His...

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 — 5 March 1880

Illll^ ^ Mil i!y i ' ?V W^M0^M'M^^^rir^ik^:^M.'M''l,^ S£P^^ 8^^ •::', • , W^Wi^^^^s^. NEWSIN BRIEF. visitor, were $ e ^ were gettingdryand the lettingtoerf the water wis the cause of the explosion, '• Mthe Fifth sVenne hotel, Topeka, Kansas, «Btho28d, A. R. Benton suicided by shooting Sii^ifcer steamshfp-:Assyria^ laden wtthcattie, •iiilu enrootefrom New York for Liverpool, ««jaooaniered heavy weather and lbet 105 .head. -fcr:t \"*?:':'\"-T^vYMib^ivww?,'\"•\".'! ' T\"5^ *::-:::g Xdrkea frem Rio de JMero state from eight *i»*eo personfl are dying daily front yellow fe-1 •tm. There is also much sickness among the I :^at frabktowa, Nevada, four men were buried lir»'\"\"towraUde t»^the^21i^^ Wnc Fbld was •Muiud, badlyinjured. Bamuel Kennedy, Alex. trjBaLajaeand John Barney.-were not found. ~ y JatNew^aVen, Cbna,^ on the 25tb. T-tev. A. Vw.Pijige pleaded guilty to the charge of send- . lag obscene letters through the mail, and was Jtoed4200and dbstevaHe^was taken to the Martfordco...

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 — 5 March 1880

short Half a mjlhoh to a million headthis .season, v:\"••-.'\"':?~^\"^\":'^:r:'~'\"- ::• MEBINO sheep feed inflockswhilemut- ton sheep separate almost as much as herds of cattle when feeding, y • goods boxes (about 18x30), putstrips the. short way, about three inches apart Be r f a l j r & t o ^ i ^ Of aU the products of the soil noneare so prolificIn seeds asweeds 60,000seeds . have been counted ruponl one mullein stalk. . : ^r 'z:\".:-::\"t'-'r .•• -'• •'..:• PBBSONS using nitrate of soda as a fer- tilizer ought to bW m mmd that, of all fertilizers,itis the easiest washed out from the soil. ^1 THEDuchess JFangegaays: . Ifr'farm^' ers woMd^la^^ andfamilies they would remove one-cause of gloom and sickness from their homes. —-IN trimmmgoffbrai'cheB they Bhould be cut close to the trunk,,BO thatnodead stumps shall disfigure the tree also that the bark may readily grow over. A OOBBBSPONDENT writes: \" Last season I kept the striped bugs from my cucumbers by saturating ashes with k...

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 — 5 March 1880

ilpst «libuldiend'for.iiistruction», terms, references, a&c.^id^3rothersV Solictors f-P«teits siiVy^itigto^?15i C.i!^ who* furnish the same £^/A^:-GJ^* ^ welJ- kn6wn and successful firm of'arge experience, imadcf 160,000 by hia writings. ^ y Paralyzing blows are beine dealt at disease by wthe^B^t^rtoi(ic f and \"regulatoryv Hosteller's! 5t^a^-Bttters.: Fever andague, general debility, rheumatism, nervous ailments ^pation and dyspepsia, are among the mala- vdtw /orwW^ it-a gpe- £^ci4^its:4wQ^^ -: prompt ••:' It 7isrriot?5 hWever advertisSJId :-produce immediate curesf though it' affords speedy relief,land W1I, if given a reasonable trial, such as any standard remedy^ deserves, trootout the maladies to which it is adapted. \" Inemergencieiatising^ln faffiilies^ris^particW „lnrly.serviceable, and it is esteemed- through- iMUhfrland ^ - ttses, • - wholesome.vegetable composition: airrd unobjectionable flavor. ,It has risen to popu- lar)^ by purely legitimate meansi: and-only rv...

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 — 12 March 1880

':.i^: nr.tivi! A i i s V O i K t i S i ^ ^ ^ s ^ ^ , ^ ^ ^ ^ , General Sitnation In Bnssta, Algban- —:- THK 8ITUAT10M IN BT- HBTBBSBDBO. : V ^tersburtidat^dtbeSd inal illustrates tnt* condition of affairs thereby extracts from the diary o t i h e correspondent, ecvi ering the past few days. He says a mili- tary attache of^the French Embassy•- was diagfjed before the^^v OhiefofTPbriceTor loojdng too attentively at a fdrfciesa. Tue corresjpondent calted on a friend ^arly in. tnii evening,but was refused adiniiaion ?b&ihe:jivji>rnifc,^halt day he had a Himuar experienceat another friendV t^idenceV Thie only:reasongiven by,therjorter for his non admission was that the correspondent did notfliver there,- and st could not go in. 'The correspon- dent «ay8: within the limits of my awnCongress\"it street, which last night, was illuminated at every/window by command of the police, :.:|: lwitn^d.:\\thr»Bii .„qiiarrel8. ' with the' : dvorniks who rel'u8ed^»\"gtve1Jd~mt^m arsons. ...

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 — 12 March 1880

Kf 11.^- *.£ -^J^i^diHMMMMISBMMHI TiiiEMiswi$ l|p*|pi ii^iiltlEftl^^ A ooniwuw of cavalryhis been' ordered to ^o*nS&«tt«8.to*1$tfontthe UtMsteaing «1?«n»» S f ^ ^ \" ^ w TI »i«rl * HriUkfa^ onthisrailroadtoacktowitfdher homo, -on the 27th, was jstouckiby an • engine andrin-sometimetogether ' rtaritiykmoa. vH^-v•*•• : ^ ' ^ ^ state/ The canTtthoId».Uj»t «hen » colored ducesfetried for hii Hfe by a jury frrtnwbich citirens of Ms oirartoe are by /state statute ex- pressly excluded,beIs denied thatequalprotoc-i••cod tionof the law gnaranteed by the third clause Of thf fi^lll***\"™ amnn^tTiflnt of the oongtitn^ ISmT^J&Fft* i6^5^j3ten«li&n such right is repugnant to said tjmWi^onal proyiskmT JusticeStrongaenveredtheopinion, J?»iu«of tlteCaUuBity* ^lnqdry into the faU-bf the raflway bridge ow4he Frithtc*Tay w ^ 38th, by which so many lives were lost, is prce ceedW at J^undee before the:board ofiradev Several painters who painted the bridge last • :- •'•#:-•-'V...

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 — 12 March 1880

parentH Never mix dissimilar varieties, mi tmlyiiuxany^laietieamtlietopeLof uititing tfte. best points of both^ a* the fine qnality in one-with inn'^rtyfoiW ir the otherj or^-pa-oda^veneaa withv^igor, ,o#causing some other desirable ends to 'meet^^-^!^.^-^^ •^T|ffiNew York ^ttn^says rKe^wEoh A^cidtuTrrd jotirnals ^ where grainr weevik^ A FABMEB should lookahead, thrak in tab ofaniseed, all leaving the grain bin dvanarbihis ? ^ ell laid. Thewinter is a good timefor ^ ^ . - ^ ^ \" t ^ «k?y ^ ^nieh1^vlab^\"':i^'\"-v\"\" •)\"•:•'•. ^r^-k^y... wth ifv, w^^ ^ \"~ \" a^PEfiabk :^cl: f'Tiet'the • P ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f e ^ ^ i « ^ ' r * W ^ g ^ W ^ o l a b ^ i thechosen p^xrphr of€kxt ^THB best herds of djiirj cows i n this [country yield from 6(X ^ 8 0 0 pounds of |che^epercow 4 \"Fewof theaeAre thor- loughbreds, but a*e ^lecl^iifroinith e Ibest grades of the various breeds. I THrf lettuce disease is^ not a n e w trou Ible, but one that has done much havoc li n market gardens, especially in old o...

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