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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 August 1877

| : ^ ^ ^ ^ * - ^ THE EXPOSITOR. CHARLES I. MABTIV ^ E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Erery Friday, AT STUBSKOS BAT, : : : WISCONSIN. One Year (!• adTMqy)... , . . . . . . $ 1 30 Six months \" .'* 75 Three' \" •' \" \" ....................^.. -\" 40 IF NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING\"! One Year.. ..'... .....$2 00 Six months.... 1 00 | S \" Wc will closely abide by the above terms._flEl I N DEP E N.'D - E NT. The World Our Fi«ld Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interest* of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, August 17,1877. No. 44 THE EXPOSITOR PRINTING O F F I G J E Has been refitted with New Bordersof Prions kinds. Also a large assortment of type of the most modern styles. With the additional supply of material we feel confident that we ean give satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and salick an'much of your patronage as you feel desirous of giving us. ' • • ' . ' All orders sent by mail will receive prompt a...

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 — 17 August 1877

( A TERRIBIIE^LGCTOENT. • . ' - ' - - ' - ' , • , . ' . • ' ' ' • • ' • - - — — \\ ^ - ^ , . - . : . A Yonmr Lady's Hair Caught rindxWound Around the Shaft of o Flonrinjf Mill- t ShoisCqiupletelyScalped. , ^ •x•.'••\".'-J.'-5 XJhitfleld Domocrat. v . . An ac^eiiiofithe most thrilling and ^otoopkwgjf^ature,. occured' in Dickson 'JkPg.'aKliw/lj^just §fefow~-'this village, last AYeffnesaay \"aftefhoorif the unfor- tunatc . victim, being. Miss Eva, an cs- timaDle young lady and only daughter, of J. T. Warnner, of this place. Follow- ing are the particular?, as near as we could ascertain. ., -Misses-Warriner, Treseott and Lyon, ' accompanied by. Mr. Fred Wilson, the book-keeper, iverc looking through the mill and had arrived upon the third floor were , they..stood looking 'out the east window, chatting and adrniriug the beautiful scene before them. MnpVfeil- fson.lCP^ing around noticed^ Mjss War- Tiner stopping backwards, and reminded her that «no was, in. too close proximity to the in...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 August 1877

. A HYMN. BY SAXE HOLM. Like a cradlo rocking, rocking, \" ilcut, peaceful to and fro, Like a mother's sweet looks dropping On the Httle^fnce below: « Hangs the preen earth, swinging, turning •'afluss uoUeluss, safe and slow. •: 'p~ Kails the light of Hod's face bending Down and watching ns below. And as feeble babos that suffer. Toss and cry and cannot rest, Are the ones the tender mother Holds the closest loves the best. So when we areweak and wretched. By oar sins cast down, oppressed. Then It is that God's great patience, Holds us closest, loves us best. My dear, where is Celia? It is a THE BAB Y SOLDIER. Another little private Mustered in The army or tcmptaio • And of sin. Anothersoldier arming For*the strife. To fight the toilsome battle* tor a life. Another little sentry Who will stand On guard while evils prowl . Ou every band Lord, our little darling Guard and save 'Mid the perils of the march To the grave. TWICE BAFFLED. It is not often the fortunate, or unfor- tunate, fa...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. arUROEON BAY, AUG. 17,1877. Six months THree : JK NOT PAJO XJNTlt 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Y e a r . . „ „ i i . „ . - . . . „ . . „ . . . . . . . , . „ $ , 00 Sixmonths..... ..,. .. . .....:... . . . j , 1 00 t y W e will closely abide by the above terms._fla NOTES CAUGHT ON THB FLY. ooooocseooo* : \" Pruit is becoming plentiful. Read new\"ad.\" of Tailor shop. Black berries are ripening faat. Read new advertisements in this issue. Boston policemen no longer carry clubs. A fifty years copyright is proposed in Holland. \"Green'' apples, peaches, and pears, .are quite: plentiful. A very agreeable call from T.W. Mc- Collougb, on Wednesday. Potatoes are so plenty in Kansas aB to \"ha hardly worth marketing. The permanent exhibition in Philadel- phia is having scant patronage. In two years 6,000 London children have been taught to swim by the Health So- ciety. Mr. James Bennett, of New York, gave this metropolis a snort visit Saturday and Sunday. As the young lady ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. I. KABTUT, BDITOa AND FBOFB. 'Equal Rights and Justice in AH Things. STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUG. |17, 1877 The French Exhibition of next year, says the London World, will have some specially attractive features. There is to be a grand central avenue, in which the buildings allotted to the various nations are to terminate, the frontage of each representing some remarka- ble historical building of the country to which it is assigned. Thus thefacade of the Belgian section will represent the splendid Hotel de Ville of Brussels. A cascade will flow down from the Palace of the Trocadero, across the Seine in conduits, and supply water for the machinery of the Exhibition on the Champ de Mars. It will be surrounded by four col- ossal groups of statuary, personifying by groups of animals the four quarters of the world. Europe has been intrusted to ,M. Cain, Africa to Fremiet, Asia to Jacquemart and America to Rouillard. Piece goods from the Lonsdate Mills...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. THE prospectof Cuban independence, the struggle/for which has been going on for nine years, looks brighter again, Marthlez Campos the Spanish General operating against the Cuban rebels, has sent dispatches to King Alfonso that it will be necessary to send 50,000 more troops to,Cuba to conquer the insurgents and advises that unless that is done at once the Spanish Government had bet- ter terminate the hopeless struggle at orice by acknowledging the indepen- dence, of the Cubans. THE President has issued a general order prohibiting the sale of fire-arms to Indians and revoking all licenses al- lowing trade in these articles with In- dians, and has ordered the army to enforce the order. In addition to this the army will, as fast as Indians are captured or surrender, dispossess them of all fire-arms. There is no doubt but that this course, if carried out to the letter, will go far toward putting an end to Indian depredations on the frontier. It can...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 August 1877

MARKETS. MILWAUKEE MARKET. MILWAUKEE, Aug. 9.—Wheat—Firm and in good demand at $1.27 for No. 1- $1.24 for No. 2 $1.04.}®$1.14 for No. 3: $1.10f seller August $1.02$ seller Sep- tember. Receipts of wheat, 5,600 bush- els shipments, 3,000 bushels. - C o r n - Quiet at 451c. Oats—Dull at 24Jc for No. .2.\"'. Rye—Steady at 55c for'new- No 1. Barley—Steady, at 62c for No. 2. ' CHICAGO MARKET. CHICAGO, August 9.—Wheat—Active and higher at $1.08|@1.0S3 seller Aug- ust $1.0li@1.01| seller September. Corn—Active and higher at 45£c seller August 45|c seller September. O a t s - Weak at 24Jc cash or seller August 24|c seller September. Rye—Easier at 56c cash. Barley—Higher at 67c seller . September. Pork—More active and jhigher at $13.25 seller September $13.15 jlsellcr October. Lard—Higher at $8.G7£ jseller September $S.72J seller October. [SIWhisky—At $1.08. Hogs-Receipts, |!13,000 lower sales: light,$5.10@$5.15 [icoramon mixed to selected shipping \\heavy,$4.65@5.10 packing$4.75@5.00. jC...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 August 1877

OCOROEV MAINZ is prep»red|to do all kind* olflmason work* HQUSE IIASTERING, . ThePotate Big In Germany. The Cologne Gautte says that from care- ful observations and inquires made since the burning of a potato field in the neigh- borhood of Cologne it is evident that the hnckUving and whitewMhipg in the best wovrk- object of the destructive process has been Ice manner, on short notice, flOTOXTCEI constantly on hand, at reasonable prices, _. . ., part of.tbe village nearttheve olquarry d gristmill dence near the old grist mill,.old Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Resi-. 30 »t flOIlfO WEST accom Depart 8 OQ am 0 53 12 30 pm 5 T7 Arrive! 6 50 pm Depart 700 am 12 20] 4 28 pm S3S pass, ex Depart 030 am to as ti 33. Arrive * too 1 Dept. V 1 20 ) Arnve Dpt [ »35 a ^ Arriv Dpt. »3 Arrive as|. 7 4» iii. Arrive 10 20 completely attained. There is no further - - — -, trace visible either of Colorado beetles or ready quarried, in any quantity of lame, neither above the soil nor below !S , a th in ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 24 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Friday, S T C E 6 E 0 S BAY, TYISCONSIX. TERMS OF SUB SCXIP TIOAr: One Year,(In advance) | t s 0 Six months \" \" . . 75 Three\" 1 '* \" 40 IF NOT PAID ONTIl, 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING! One Year $2 00 \"Six m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 00 THE E^#OSITOR. I N D E P E 1S T D E N T. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County Our Ait Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County/Wisconsin, August 24,1877. No. 45 THE EAST. 'Serious Defeat of the Czar's Forces in Asia, After Fighting all along the Line for a Whole day. The Turkish loss Stated to be only 165 that of the Russians 1,200. The Russian Reinforcements reported to be More than Counterbalanced by the troops which ' the Turks are Receiving from Asia. THE EXPOSITOR roB PRINTING O F F I C E Has been refined with Ncy» Borders of various kinds. Also a large assortment of type of the most modern styles. With the additional .su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 24 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR wmmEmvAY, WISCONSIN. REPORTS of the famine in India are sickening in the extreme. I t is said 18,000,000' people are sufferer.^ and over «%6?(KK) have perished. THE manufacturers of fire-arms and ammunition in Connecticut are about the only parties in this country who are making money out of the Russia-Turk- ish war. • \" . THERE is a report coming from France to the effect that the Republic will bo declared under martial law until after the election. That would be a novel way to conduct an election, and give the friends of the Republic of France great encouragement. PROBABLY the European war news of the past week has been greatly exager- ated, but the accounts of barbarities upon the defenseless women and chil- dren and old men by both armies are shocking in the extreme. To get an opportunity to burn a hospital filled with wounded enemy seem to be a great pleasure to either army, and burning hospitals and dwellings of defenseless non-combatants has been the principal...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 24 August 1877

A Mexican Raid. Telegraphic ' dispatches of August 14th from Galveston, Texas, detail to some extent events on the Mexican frontier of more than ordinary interest. The reporjt says: ' ' . , ' \" . . • ^ The hold and unscrupulous cunning of Cordina himself could not have contriv- ed, nor his boundless audacity executed, a plot better calculated to test the under- standing between the two countries than ah incursion and outrage carried out and perpetrated by a band of outlaws from Mexico, at Rio Grande City, Starr cbimty, Texas, on Sundav morning the 12tlHnst. 'Xhe'JVeuB will publish the following special from the scene of the outrage: \\ ^ RINGGOLD BARRACKS, Aug. 12.—To THE ADJUTANT GENERAL, San Antonio, Tex.: Between 1 and 2 o'clock this morning an armed band of ten tcHfiftcen men cross- ed from the MexicaiNside into Rio Grande City, attacked thVjail Rnd re- leased two notorious criminalsKmurder- ers and horse-thieves. They wounded County Atty. Noah Cox and three others severely. As...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 24 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, AUG. 24,1877. NOTES CAUGHT ON THE FLY. Erenings getting cool. Potatoes are \"ijrowuur old.\" Young winter this morning. Beadwood City is thinning out. Fly time has fairly commenced. The May Quttn cleared last Sunday. What has become of our boat racers? The mail was a little late last evening. ' Michael Kirby, of Union, was in town Saturday. The dog erop is by no means a failure in this vicinity. The prospects are good for a fairprice on fish this fall. For a clean shave or hair cut, go to the \"little barb's.\" The Annie-Belle was In port two or three days this week. • Miss B. Thorp, of Egg Harbor, is in the village visiting. Give us a trial on job work and you will come again. Jack Frost will\"soon commence to pick morning glories. Who thinks flour will be worth $10 per barrel this winter? Mrs. Henry Harris, of Marinette, is in the village visiting. . Michael Hayes, of Egg Harbor, was in the village Wednesday. Everything now has the indication of a pros...

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 — 24 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHE D EVERY FRIDAY C. X. HABTHT, EDITOS AHD PSOP'B. \"Equal Rights and Justice in All \"Things.\" STUBGEOtyBAY,r WIS., AUG. 24. 1877 T h e wheat crop, it is agreed, is unusually large, an d it is fair t o suppose it will reach the market in excellent condition. On e esti- mat e anticipates that th e crop this season will exceed that of any exceeding year by 17,000,- 600 bushels. T h e question is, \"wha t influence •^vill th e wa r in Europ e have in determining the favorable disposition of the surplus of this crop.\" Russian officials say it is no t the Czar's desire t o occupy Constantinople. H e only wishes t o push a decisive victory a s far ashere Adrianpole, when h e will be willing t o close the wa r provided he is granted th e right t o float his commerce on the Black Sea. T h e Philadelphia Press calls attention t o anotner Centennial near a* hand, and thinks something ought t o be done to mark th e an- niversary. T h e first Congress of the United State...

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 — 24 August 1877

1_ The Battle of Orlskany. ^ f Iii 4luly^ 1777/ the coalition of the Ead ! atript|6j:cejB in the State'..of New York become one of pressing peril. Ti- conderoga^ had been lost. There were five counties in, possession of the en5 m y Hii three others' there'•' was neither order nor government Tyron county prayed for assistance f in Westchester the militia were caring for their own defense'. \"Menaced,\" says Bancroft, \"from the Susquehanna to Lake Cham- Sfew lain, and on every part of the Hudson, York became the battle-field for the life of the young republic.\" The demands made* upon Washington for succor were such as he found it impossi- ble to comply with. He had already conceded to the northern department more than, its share of mcii and sup- Jrom. dies He1 had the /country to guard/ the Hudson to Maryland. He however ordered Arnold to the north, and also Lincoln, who was popular ^ylth the eastern soldiers, and a brigade of continental troops under GloverZ He wrote to Schuyler, w...

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 — 24 August 1877

A R USSIAN WAR SONG. * •.. | We're cominc, Alexander at least ft million more. J From Kanivesbaeja's bay, and Obskalapouha's i shore: I From KnrakouBka's frozen wild from Tj-mskaia'a Plains '/ We're marching, Alexander, with all onr might and main. From O-atmoueckino's forests, from Tcherhorbe- ekoi's vale. / Prom WaBBigoubska'e blooming fields, from Thny- From Kakamajora'e village, from Mcidoncharki's '• isle. We're coming, Alexander, the weary rank and file. From Pollysyllabic villages we're marching gayly down. And we're going to rot in Turkey to gitd anew your crown / We're on to Adrianople, and fair Stambonlwe And we're headed by some general-whose name no tongue can speak. From provinces and districts whose names before the eye / Look like algebraic problems all tumbled into \"pi.\" '\" The ' arolows\" and \"offsides,'' \"effs\" and -'offs\" and \" vitcues.\" / For Holy Church and pious Czar will die in Turk- ish ditches. A RACE FOR LIFE. \" My dear fellow, I am delighted to s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 24 August 1877

is prepared to.dr»)aU ki(Vds of Waspny»rk. :•• :v/: POUSE:- PLASTERING M ^ M - ' \" ^ an 1''whitewashing in: the .best work- man-like.manher, on short notice \"•\"••. constantly on hand, ready tiiiarried, in anyrjiiantity at reasonable prices, at the quarry in the north part ot tbe village near the old grist mill. Resi- dence near the old grist mill. ' Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin. ' • so4tf legally and quietly _,obtained in every 'State and, 1 erritory, for Incompatibility: and ether causes, no matter where the party • resi les. 13 years' experi- ence. AddressA. J - D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms 8 & g,T33 Dearborn Sti, Chicftgo, IIK, Umfuestion- fWi \"Wrcncevgiyen. Gjj-rtspondeilco with the legal profession invited. .25 to 45 Orcen Bay and Minnesota R A I L I R O A D . Summer Tirrte Table, V Effect May 27, 1877. (JOIJfG. WK8T\" accom. pans, ex . Depart 8 OQ am ! 9 SJV C I 30 pm 4oe 5 T7 Arrive) 6 50 pm Depart 7 00 am 12 »oJ 4:8 pm ' pm Vrrive o 20 pm Depart 930 am 10*5 v H'.3J. .:' A...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 31 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, , Editor an d Proprietor. Published Every Friday, STVBGEOK BAY, WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (In advance)... $1 50 Six months \" •' 7 Three • » • « . • \" 4S 0 IF NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year. .. ........ . ...$2 00 Six months.......... . x QQ HE I N D E P E N D ENf. The W o r l d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol. 4' Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, August 31,1877. No. 46 THE EXPOSITOR J O B • PRINTING O F F I C E ! Has been refitted-with New Borders of various kinds. Also » large assortment of type of the most modern styles. With the additional supply of material Ave feel confident tfeat we ean rive satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and solicit an much of your patronage as you feel desirous of giving us. , ' All. orders sent by mail will receive prompt attention, and the work forwarded to the parties in the shortest possible space of time. $ y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 31 August 1877

tvThe Discovery, of its Satellites. A Washington special to the Chicago Tribune of AugtisCl^sftys: ,'fhe great telescope ii\\: the hands of. Prof, Hall has justi$giiiaiu$|d'itself bylohe ofilhejrnost surprising discoveries in modern astron- omy—-nothing less, in fact, than «ne, and probably two, satellites to the planet Mars. About 11 o'clock on Thursday night Prof. Hall noticed a very small star\" following Mars a few seconds, and made an estimate of its distance from the planet. Two hours later he looked again, and was surprised* to find that the star seemed to be.following the planet, as the distance vvas not increased, while the planet was moving away at therate of fifteen seconds an hour. He there- fore made a careful series of measure- ments, showing that the satellite was eighty seconds from the planet. An hour later it was still there, but he made no further observations, hardly crediting the great discovery he had made. Next morning he showed his observations to. Prof. New...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 31 August 1877

BENNINGTON. BT WILLIAM CVLLKR BUT A XV Ilk ifollowin fpoem was read «t thoBe«a.n?\\on ce.cljrriicn «tile flilr valley's tertian ifreaet The calm tvrcet rays of nimm^r rest. And dove-like peace benignly brooda On its smooth lawns andsolem woods. A century since, inflameand smoke. The storm of battle o'er it broke, And ere the.Invader tnrned and fled. These pleasant fields were strewn with dead. Stark, quick-to act and bold to dare, And Warner's mountain band were there .And Allen who bad flung the pen 'Aside-iotead thcaBerkshire men. With fiery onset, blow on blow. They rushed upon the battle foe. And swept his squadrons from the vale Llko leaves befoirp the autumn gale. Oh, never may the purple stain | Of combat blot these fields again Nor this fair valley ever cease -To wear the placid smile of peace. Yet here beside that battle-field We plight the vow, that ere we yield The rights for which our fathers bled. Oar blood shall steep the ground we tread. THE HEART. Two chambers hat...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 31 August 1877

mm EXPOSITOR. ''^nj^^^BAt^^&^im. MOTES CAUGHT ON THE JXY. ' •'. ' • • • c o o c o o c o c o o Read \"Notice to Builders.\" Business U livening up a little. Last Sunday night was a stunner. • Warm evenings are about \"played \" Excursionists still continue to come and * « . . ' , • • • • The Florida fig trees are overladen -with fruit. But wasn't the flies thick Monday after- noon! Mr. Michael McDonald, of Ahnapee is in th» village. Miss Josephine Houle has gone to De Pcre on a visit. Mrs.'Or. McEachem, has gone to Fond du Lac on a visit. Capital punishment—hanging around a pretty girl's neck. Everybody and all of his friends go a boating these fine evenings. The Alice, of Manitowoc, was in port Saturday gathering up \"old bones\" The market is not crowded with black- berries, even at 8 cents per quart. Mr. Fredrick Schjouth, of China, favored us with a brief visit this morning. Blackberries do not r rush in on the market at a vory astonishing rate. The young gentleman who flew...

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