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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 April 1880

%p 0tiO?^ l||SSA$^&ine i|g*p: de»ekiM ito^.Hostette'* Stomach Bitters is ISlgSftfrelia^ Vtf0.j^iifcai^ thedin-: i^l?pBftties^ y. the sgcSy i^iwdfetwinysto o^ixOin*' it Should: be .:'• i«m:isflict s ^ i often fafcd compl^^ f-~'^vton#^«^ ^ ae*m* not ^appropriate ^ ^•Ktyyai&la^^s t # y-:--: $ S#^ - \"notonlyobeys thecommtndmentsnotto work vr*'-':- ~on the Sabbath day, butdoesn't work on the y - ™ ••other siXf^itheK^-: ^:- '^r ^:^%^''''-::'':-£ :::2 i , i ^ ^ a d a | r y ^ i i i -£an afford tomake and sell ^'- : -w :^ 1 l*)!ow, and are willing to pay several cents per • •\"\"'\"\"• pbijndy more Jfor it than they- would for the —^ -lardy-lookinjf :ftBff~theyf:have^fO\"Tfake ~rBy! :,..using fcWell* ftichardson & Co.'s Perfected , ^ -. ^gpldenjttlor of • June thei yeftCTOtindi !-liu is BITTER swiETNESS.-r-The woman who sis y:-y exceedingly sweet to one's face, and is very L^__-WtterT tehind-one'sHteckrinay bcsaidTerrbear false sweetness against her neighbor. - :~\"\"\"Th...

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 — 14 May 1880

-A*5*V- Situation in Hungary., Cuba, Spain and * T t t t r ^ r HTOaABY-IUll STORM. LONDON, May 8. —A Pesth correspondent Megraphs: \"A liailatorra has devastated the greater part of Western Hungary Almost, all the windows and roofs of houses in the towns and Tillages were- destroyed, and Tines, fruit trees, and green corn crashed to the earth. \\. CUBA-rTHBEMANCIPATION LAW. ^ LHATANAH- May 8. -The Gatetu publishes the Jaw for the.abolition of slavery in Ca- ba, which becomes in^ force from datev to- geiherwifchtheregalationRtorthe appli- cations of tta^ law. Regulations have been formulated by order of the Governor Gen- eral, and approved by the Council of Ad- ministration, but are subject to thu ap- proval of the Home Government , \". SPAUI^CEOPa DAMAGED.i- MADRn), May 8 —Heavy rains and light frosts in several of the provinces..of Upper *nd. Lower Arragon-are causing' serious damage to the crops and vines. \" . i •~^-\"-—----- \"TOE\"iNs'uiwBwra' '.'' \"•.. In the Chamber of Deput...

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 — 14 May 1880

QUE8TI0NINQ8. ') oSttie and~i3M Sio,jfllwplwshdek Tell me what you 'think about,\" -** WflTthe angfew txmiJi nextweek1 # 1 ••Yes, to youi dear, past a doubV ' ^Will they tefrmb^Btorfesr' '.•.'-,'.' ' , \"Child, ......1-'- That I cannot answer yon: Often when yonsatandsmiled••.,' '.\". I have thought they talked with yon.\" \"Don't the angels tell yon thingsT y- ^'\"' What's\" the reason ? \"It must wf'' -\": They don't liko tbe big folks. Wings, Willio said, would grow on me. / \\ When* Nextyear?\" •'•'.•, ''Ihope not.\" ^ _«%WEy?» • • •• :' \"'Well, because I loveyou BO \" »Don't you love folks when theyfly?\" — - - - - - K i17i1 ....- r sight»r t \" Oh*oh!\" A-~ ««Can't you call them back hereJ\" • ••• •- j , - •••'':- , • _:_*^0.:L ,-_J. .. BweeTm'y child, they stay , Always out of siRht.\" \"I know I'd come to ton some day.\" ^ Ah, I fear you would forget, Let me clip your little wings.\" . i \"Why, mamma 1 your cheek is wet: \"Did you cry?\" ~ v *\" ••For vanished things....

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 — 14 May 1880

^ T ! OURTOES^ • Sfibuld Wcmaintain tb© NewPiyrty. - ' • fFrom the National View.] . '.•'•' \" \"• Wo every day near through tlie press, and frequeutly -the J^aQbnal paptd^, tliat it is useless- to try to maintain a new pnrtjr TheivbiceTof r ^ q n shoulddictate' to us in deciding that'question. .Parties have their birth, maturity and old age, aMtheu&le ^ and new principles. It has been almost unanimously1the caseihat with old age- a party becomeo. corrupt. When such is the case, it is below the dignity of ah American citizen of intolligehce to loiir ger support such a party. , \"Of the par- ties buried m the p nothing need be pfldd It is only the parties\" in. existence that need attention. Washington, in lias farewell address, tells us that \"the jealousy of a free people ought to be constantly awake!\" r - J The ^Republican party was undoubted- ly a good partyj with good principles -once. -but that-time has-gone,- and it is- now only the pliant tool of the money Sas ower of t...

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 — 14 May 1880

OoaYear (la advaae*) •ormonthiigL-ir-JH:^ !WNJB3rEM BAY. , v.MAY 14,1880 Entered, M »econd-cl»M matter, •I the Poet Office «t Sturgeon B»j. AND GENERAL HAPPENINGS. -'\"••~ :•• : .: v 'ce6oocioooao''\"\"• .'•: **' . The Woods aw fair of Mayflowers, BUY a summer hat and thin clothes. • The butcher who trusts. loses flesh, %The dentist pulls what he doesn't plant. Bead the Ordinance published in another column^ .^r^.^::^.^:^^^^:^^—, \"~Tbe^enterprising potato bug is on the scout again, as frisky as ever. Pv3tv&fti)^lhas„om^ his furni- ture store with a neat awning._\\. John Smith, Esq., of Sister Bay, visited \"city \" on business Tuesday. ... _«. MrXplarence Porsythe has returned from his bqsiness trip to Chicago. Beauty, in ^ery sense of the word, is now to be seen in the green groves. ~ Joseph:-JlAi4inr-ir^-^f^va:stopolf% jrjBiJOieringSianL- ^\"sive^jiUack-of-luBfr • •fever.'':',.'-.. . * . ' \" . . . : \"X. •• ' : High winds the other day stirredup the dust, niid made stor...

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 — 14 May 1880

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C.I.lCABTIN^ElJITOaANDPEOP'B. For the maintenance^ the star* and stripes we contend and through these columns will wage war upon the party, or partlea, corporation* or monopolies, of whatever nature, that may under- take to again tear the colors from the people, the whole people I to whom the flag belongs I: . ^-Theclaimsof Gratify admirers that the ex- President would have the solid backing of every Southern State must, in view of the- recent resultsSTthoseStales ^^soutS of\"Mason^aiid Dixon's line, which' have held conventions, heieafter be ' • received •rwith many grains of, allowance. So far is he from having the undi- vided support of the party that up to the present time hi?! backers have been kept in a decided minority in nearly all of-those States the inference of: whickis that.the\"great trav- eller\"- has beenpu Ung_ forth^^ ranted by the record. Florida is not too young to have, an utterly obliterated city. St. Joseph was once a thri- ving sea port,...

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 — 14 May 1880

iOTE3EP$SEP0R STURGEON BAY.I WISCONSJOI. countryor accept a bribe.,. On the night of the AtPeonTan, N. Y.,on the 4th inst, an in- BpM ^jfe^i^Rjir ite:irtiF Trdnrlatnr^ WW Three colored laborersjvero suffocated in a • « publici^.«feC£fl^j6^,-&'C,, on the 29th. v^Ihe 29th nithavb£|wa the si%^ecbhd - -•' ainuw^r^ of theCSar bf Btesia^ Bix thousand '*•'\" :/ perBonijsrerti releasedfromimprisonment or de-p(W8ibie,'recoverPodgoritza. Q'viwQ^$ '*' '. ^w-4 '-^»^cagc^foii'^he: &£&!ift Tjxomwi Heer- ffStffan% one of the proprietors of she Star and fcSlGreBOBiit inills, sell down the\\elevator shaft ofthat , :i\\ that establishment, a distance of 90 feet,- and if^' rtrasinstantly Wiled : V\" .'*' ' :,».-. ..- :l\" i-~0n the 6th Instj, an explosion of gas in the Short'iHoonfiufh come^.at ByJkenB,'Plu, Idlled . :Geo. W«»t, Simon Kneiily aha Michael jDoug- _ lass, and probably fatally Jnjui-cd Thomas ~ r ^v^aWBtibrnTubmas:^~= ~ :^r-r^^ ,' -\":,/A.c©ia-sieg0 ... For weeks pas...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 May 1880

...i^^-e^.^,.. ••s 'AN excess of salt in the food retards the.fattening of animals. ' BuTTEB/must be packed while perfectly fresh. Immediately after thefinal work- ing it should be put away in the packages. ~— THE. secret for manurmg the corn is tb keep\"the'fertihty hear the -surface when applied, andit is rare when another course is advisable. To increase the yield of rich friflk' give cows every day water slightly warm and slightly salted in.which bran has been stirred at the rate of one quart to two gallons of water. \\ ~ .\"« THE soil of a .young orchard may be kept id cultivation .until the. trees begin, to - bear grain should -never be grown exCfept Indian . corn, but potatoes and, root crops are the best. __^ _ ^ j-_ Cows when they expend vitality,in labor eat more,* whenthey expend it in keeping warm they need more fahfl, and -when they either lay on fat^ or produce milk, or grow^ need food in proportion. TINCTURE of iron is a practical remedy for foot rot in sheep... Keep...

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 — 14 May 1880

JDBKD oaada Oaia* Ia Three Weeks, attd . of VOH8DMPTION.r^K. ,? ^?S fMcww.''§w^^ 3 S'OBHTiisacBBr^Please send ? m« twelve IWDIOA, one each of PHli ana ointment, Sftav* friend of mine who is? brifr expected to HVer and as yqnrxaedicinee cored me ?Sf?OONSU3ttP^toN^f8dnaer:three year* mgitfl irisnt hintltd try dtheljt^r I Rallied fifteen pounds while inking the first three bottles, and I know it is just the thing fdrTiim. ::-v-:^.^Kean^tfaIlfc ---:\"---^V ^. ^ ^ . Lawrenceburg, Anderson Govs Ky.: satisfy the most skeptical. There it not a single symptom ofCONSUMPTION that it does not ,o\"is- ftpate at once, and it wiHbreak:. up afresh cold in ^^d'rtrrfal^perjilrtlWttle^'-^AWre'^yCaX^: DOCK * Co , io rs Race St., Philadelphia. Pj», Thousands of soldiers and heits are entitled to Peniions with payment from date of dis- charge or death, pf applied for before July a Trt8b.- Woundi accidental injury or dis- ease entitles to a Pension. Bounty'and back ?ijicollected,[^ Increase of Pension ...

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 — 21 May 1880

~zf\"'r\"'''' \"•---'--- % './:. ':.y$:-\" Russia—the Expulsion of The Jews Mexico—the Outlook for War. - Ireland. ^LONDON, ilo y 15.—A jJ^lin correspou- dent says: Barely has the value of Kus- Bian siini-offidal denials been more glir m«ly illujtTHted than oii the occasfbn o f the decree for the expulsion ot the Jews, iwenty-four honw after the uews trans- H i ^ « •• W & ' * ^ b * t l i e Russian Semi-official Telegraphic Agency repre- sented jw^a sensationaU'fabrication, abso- JH.W '^founded, and apparently invent- ed for a_purpe§e but it Is learned that the KonigBberjt Corporation of Merchant* nad heardenough of the busineaa frohi persons affected by the decree uT cause tnein to institute inquiries at Berlin. Cbr- LDi£'J1 \"prwars, to Kussifiii financiers pleading the ihadviBabillty of the step on the .mire of ty$fr loan, the order was quickly withdrawn. , ST . PETKRSBDRO, May:ie^=Atffdng7 tSe ?, ew * ordered to leave here is a citizen of the United States. ' The Russian ...

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 — 21 May 1880

CHAS. I. _M«fflH- Eiikif an# Prosrlstor, OTiiii ^ OMMBOO Bi I ^ T ^ the oelela»tod hbjamist, \" M found guilty at Chicago on too 8th instant, '.«Btt sentencedto thepenitential forfiveyears, '-'\"-' : :K:--:'-•.''• ytyit? ^\"'. . !'••• ..• ••'-••.., / .••-. V - l^IIi -\"v.'JIiLi2l^-^^ ^ ? About 600 personfl have already died of atar- :.r rationtoone of the: Persian ^vinoes.toCthe ^ want oontimnea to Increase. iBo scarce is grainiiullf ^aia thfl fayine-»tricjcfln_di8tricta that wheat ooste i\\£^r^'^ v..-..'.j,-. Bbrty cottonfactories have closedat•Bonhafx,: ahd^B,000 BOrepns are idhv Rye ' \" bj^tites are on a strike atTourco- _ jomfiy Bilk factories at Rouen have shut I down.'.Highe honrt .arede^ :\" ttmyfl^i \"' - IVr •' • • i •-^ •/•'\"'• \"'\" .•.:•••'• '•'••Â«:i,'.'.-'\"'l.v': •'• \"•:• 'a*tuilJM^'#^ii\"f^:T--'' -'--: John C. Watson and D. 0, Weeks, two prom- inentstock hrokera of Boston, Mass., suspended paymentjah,4he fithigstant, ^Watsen'aJiabili- \" SS b^weefl-MWOOO irid...

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 — 21 May 1880

^he Uational Party Lives, The Peaceful of tiie Peopte ^ IpeMh «* Horn, Gilbert 1H l i Matyr, Of l«41aiu, m tfc* We«T«r Beaolntiona. — The reeeiuttone First Thai the people through their Oovem- . MB. 8NbUU»s The abort, terse end eompre- ieneiva reeoivbtotts under OiwuMioa, endthe. ecjually terse,elaer, iod comprehensive speech «f the genttMBwp from Ohio (Mr. Qarneld), Wheteunquestionably the ablest leader ef the aard-moewy party of toe Montry, preeeeA the «taIift»a»-j»adinf:inoa polite*. •*#•! peopl e men* should resume their constitutional right. - fe ifl8Q« -and control ths volume of~euiTeacy.._ Bebond. The* the money thusissued and eon- erofied in volume t^te'lnUl^i^lUiadtr^iuk- . Third. The* the portion of tbe bonded dsbt .\". saontobepeyebW at tba option the Govern- ment sheuM 'be paid aa rapidly aa practicable — •nd-not-wfnndod-im-ft-m*nnet tOr-fbrbid-ih«- Government tbe option of paying it for * long termof yaut. / Fourth. Thattopay this debt ia accordance with the...

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 — 21 May 1880

r f e ImMli liWJIiililifti TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOfft -\"£.^40. ? | | ^ ^ ^ ^ s | ^ i i i ^ i i , j i 8 8 B •Â« th»J^it Offl«» «t Stergtw Bar. •\"•'•••'\"\" \"''\"•.iX-.lii.f.: . • .•'. . ••..•i.-V . ...-.'.:-.',, -...••. \\ AHtt UENHRAX HAPPENJKGS. The water In the bay peems to be gradu- :~iny^ri»ing.--:---~v~-v^ Land plaster is being vised by many of ^yfarmerA,^K::. ' .c^iv^ - Already people-begin to rUe-»boutrthe thermometer. Hon. P. A. Reed ha8»been very 111 the ^ T h ^ ^ e ^ ^ to be on hand shortly. Kewaunee^andAbnapee now have* ::: 1^ R. McLai^an h»4 tesoined work at hia 8t«ne qoarrynnear the canal, and fi - MiaaHeld* Klinklnberg, nrho has been i n C h t o g V ^ ed to herhome in this vicinity, last week. highest price for-Hogs, from »lx weeks mmmmmmm W^^ii^^s^i^^^^^k W* ty*&&^%:tMfktim • so hard 'Stur^ttBa^MB^Mar^ M ^ g e t i h ^ e l W h ^ S ? S ^ t t ^ ^ the m ^ ^ ^ ? d o ^ ^ & ^ ° $ ^ atofr ^11 the-air with m e l o ^ his biU^thVa p^Mirt ^ \"fo**8?* *° I...

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 — 21 May 1880

.. .',The \"first nee^es made in England were manufactured a t l ^ f o n by a negro who. came thereffrom: .Sprajduiririgjthe,_re^ i6ir^Qaeen'1 Mary.\"He diedrwithoat imparting the secret subsequently recovered. A man who had not seen his. wife for eigh- teen years, and believed her deadj found her alive arid well in Minneapolis. So far was he from being overjoyed by the meetings that he swallowed laudanum, intending to cause a final separation by death. •\".'.-'„•-\"' \\ Tor the maintenance of the stara and stripes we •ontend and through tnese colnmna wilt vrage war upon the party, or parties, corporationsor monopolies, of whatever nature, that may under- take to again tear the colors from the people, the whole people 1 to whom ttie flag belongs! STDKCrEONJBATT, i.MAT 21, 1880. Great is the small boy atfd inscrutable are his ways. At West Liberty, Ohio, a few days ago, a representative of this mysterious class presented himself before his progenitor on the the maternal side, with.th...

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 — 21 May 1880

* 3 E \"Waen'tBhebeaatifuir y- fHEFUTORt A ftgnre wanderstbrough my drt«a» ^ : i i*i^ii™wr**OT })^jp:ftbp,/, .::/••' - • •-.•• - • BtUlbewl^^ my bree^it eeen^ Ti?.'V. *' •'? M | ww.tfinui £rdn inyeihbraoe. . i ~ • •i:^ And sometimes passing rom m tight, And eyesflashoat with sueh alight -7-1*7r A As never dawned on waklnj? hearts. There la no nee A.of »ound or speieh OrtailingUwnghtho troubled years The rapture of thatsn^e CM leech , I More thta a century of tears. And tide I know, if I oonld more Out «(f my dreams Into my dsys, . : One1 service 0* unbrokenlow ,' \" ' flhoold ml enacroimmylife with praise. Iiove with m don cts and nddcniands, - But generous as a southern June— • -Tartbrotherhood of hearts and hands, -ChoirpfaiworMlinpjBrfcettnoew^:. , , No ehettow sunsets-films to gild •:•• - -\\- ' Ito summits.which w.e dare not elimb, Bnt . . . to»e«h«rm»fh,0P« fulfilled, HaUng a miracle c time:': v '*\\ How sore, how calm, the picture seems! How near it comes, behold,...

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 — 21 May 1880

• A PA^BR^BfibdctTBoKahead,rtHnkrhi ndvanoe of work, and have his plana well paid, L. , ±^^J~.:.^^:^L::^:±:. ::r__^._ 1 THE farmers of Mercer county, Ky , lire planting sorghum for fodder. It is paid to make excellent feed for nrrilesand •^ffle^hm^gwehr^i^^ I Ik Minnesota experience has demon latrated that the best soil on -which to •plant amber cane is a Bandy loam, well •fertilized and drained. '• 1 - TOT best herds of dairy cows in this locmntry. yield from 600 to 800 pounds of [cheese per aoir.^ Few of these are thor- loughbreds, but are selected from the •best grades of the various breeds. |~TiiaHT pruning of trees can-liesafery I done at any time - of the year, except •when the Bap flows. But heavy pruning Iahould-^only be-done: when-the_tree_is I making its most rapid growth, or when [the leaves fall. I THE Ingalls cow, a iiativej with long [horns andlarge beUy,^»hen~she run to,much I pasture and had Two quarts of meaTper I day, gave the first week 19 pounds, the I second ...

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 — 21 May 1880

afos '-•'•'\"'•'u '\"--— h - ' • • - - - — — ' • • i?iIJMCOB! ef C0J8UMPTI0M. 3?Sfe-^?- m mmuoimir^lfiaae aead ni* twalw bottles of DB. H-IJAMM' CAHWABIS HtaDiiDAvbne eiwliDf-Plllf• jfittii-^diStDwnt \" for s friend of mine who is not expect ^ jtollwy^w^rjnedicitfes naire4^m% :fm»i^^raDt|iimybe try ihml I jgalnedJeta fifteen pottndB while taking the flraVthree bottle*,andIknowHla Jnst the thing ^^r'Mn..'^-P^'-- Thj»temedy »pe»k« for itMlf. One bottle will natty therawskeptical, v.There. u not:a single symptom of CONSUMPTION that It does not fii upateatonte.aoditwillbreak up afreshcold m •4 hour»v N.50 per pint bottle. Address, CKAD» :VockftCo.rio3« Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. S --Thow«na» ofioMili» and^iM^wretititl^l to Pensions with payment from date of dii- Vettrge oFdetth, pimtisiMt^0^fiiy • : 1880. •. / Wojjad. accidental injury or dis- ew entitles to » Pension. Bownty and back fhiscollected. iy Increase of Pension secured, firmf established inL 1866: Address eirw do...

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 — 28 May 1880

]L(^DOH May 23^^^ Copenhagen dis- patch states some 1,000 workingmen \"cr*r• atedaribt:^^ The soldle^ cbaiged: the crowd and -jWpftndedaeTeral lNjaei8dldiew-wer«5n- • ' J'MfedU ,'-\". .. - - \"y -H ^y-f-'^r r-?-\"•--- ~C\" (TUEKBT—SBrilBD. \"'-' CoKSTAHTWOPifi, May 2S. -The Porte halsettledthe claims of contractors ior the War Office by giving them assignments ^upottytith^'tefc ^ v BBBU», May 22 —The identical note xromthejpOWers \\vjllg6 to CJonstantinople , in * few days, sutnmohiiig. the Porte to settle the Armenian, Montenegrin, and greek qnedtion Upon the reply of the Porte will depend whether\"the supple^ mentary conference will be held in Berlin :^??5?i4e?.th'e Greek question. The first fortnight in J dly Is the period at present ^contemplated fur holding^the conference.- The^Pprte will be excluded from the\" de- liberetion, which is to beheld on thebrsis ^ o t claose^of the treaty^f^erlinr^ • NICAttA«.UA^CANAIi CONTRACT. , \" PASAMA, May45.—The Star ana Herald says: \"A c...

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 — 28 May 1880

Nor iie, how delate thy life I i: -~~: ©and dealhaUke have fled nor anjisbng within. Nor d»Ujr thooght lor dilly brc»d. - ti e dew la niRhtly on thy heart, -.•••• -Yet something jwoeterto thee clings, ' Andwmo who enter think they hew : \\. v v-. Tho pi^OT ol.depi^iig.win^t^r\"\" No doubt within tho chambers there— v Nc4 by thomU nor through the gate— tJneountcdtcnantBcome, to whom V-.-: The house JB notj»,dewlateiri,J^_ ji To them the wallsare white and warm, The chimneys luro tho laughing flame, • ' The bride and groom take happy hands, The new-bornbabe awaits a name. ' • • • • • # ' , ' '•:•'••'••'•'' ' . • ' . . ' • : , • ' ' . • \" • '.••'•' • • \" . . \" • • - . •.'.. • • Who knows what far-off Journeyera '• •:::i\\i - Atni.Khtretam with winged feet, To cool their fever in the brook, &• 7 \"Of haunttho meadow, clow iweei ftp' And yet the mcrntag inbwer* find \" ' ••\" • ant dilemma. Once, when they went to a ball, and by some 'mistake the carriage which brought them, a...

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 — 28 May 1880

««Wi™»(»»-»«ca.««.»»!!, p^gj^ A SMOOTH bore—alife insurance agent. PEOPIIE do-not lite to acknowledge iatiheyarepoor except to book agents.. f'Ito^0BK\"ha8re^ Tahw event. Ltewryldrahreve! THE~(^eatr~of\" tfreMaystuT wears ahnel ai»Tjnd/ner neck.—Boston Trati- ript. ':•' •••- : .'•*\"-..'' -''V iPoEmoiANS should swearbyJTupiter. e was the flrat to bolt.~-Boston Tran- Hpti^:-r. ''. :.•' • : . : r:'--i : •'• IF a man's house is hia castle, a wo- an's head must behershe4)anj£-^JiVeu brfc Commercial. J\\ IT was the man unable to keep the edicine on his stomach who complained f up pill WOTk,-—Jyfpdtem 'Atgo. ^-~^\\j± A. BOSTON artist painted an orange eel on the sidewalk BO naturally that i^fnien ah^ye^^^ A BbSTOK- paper asks: \". What would o do if it wasn't for Sunday?\" and a eartless exchange responds, \"Guess ou wouldn't catch any fish.'' ' \"WHAT,\" asks a communistic paper, 'are kings good for?\" . A man never jpprecktes the real value of kings until e other fellow ...

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