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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 31 August 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY • C.I. XABTZft,SMTOB AND PBOP'B. \"Equal Rights and Justice /in All Things.\" STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUG. 31. 1877away A working men's party has been formed, wh\\ch promises to play n o small part in poli- tics this falL T h e following are in the main, their declaration of principles: First, the repeal of the resumption actof January 14th, 1875, the remonetization of silver and the perpetuation of the treasury note, for all dues and demands whatever. This is the strongest plank in their . whole platform, and will, n o doubt, be en- thusiastically endorsed all over the West. Second, eight hours shall constitute a lega.l day's*work. Th e Third demands, arbitration committees for the settlement of disputes be- tween capital and labor. Fourth, they insist upon the prohibition of prison labor by private. employers. Fifth, they insist that children under 12 years o f age shall not be employed in factories or elsewhere—a most unreason- able demand to . b...

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 — 31 August 1877

THE EX^)SITQR. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. /[*'I ['*}\"*«.\"' :'/''''\",'*. .'•.. . •.. . • ,\"' .^rr* .\"•\"*'.' Disastrous Fir« at Madison. •r-y)-On-rTaeaday morning August 21st, at about 7:30 o'clock, the Lake Side House ott the bank of lake Monona, opposite the city of Madison, was discovered to be on fire. The fire originated in the laundry, and despite all the efforts of proprietor,and.-guests the entire struc- ture was speedily reduced to ashes. The House wa*,dnly used as a Summer re- sort for visitors from the South, and at the time \"of the fire contained about seventy-five guests, mostly St. Louis people, Airiho gueatsj escaped,rkav^ng the greater portion of their baggage. The furniture of the hotel was saved in a badly damaged condition. The loss on the hotel arid barn will aggregate $25,000, upon which there is $18,000 of insurance. Carriages and omnibusses from.the city went to the scene of the fire and transferred all the guests and baggage to the. various hotels in the...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 31 August 1877

Striking Miners. OVER 20,000-MEN TOLUNTAIULY IDLE IN THE GREAT COAL REGIONS. , A Pittston, Pa., telegram of August 21st says, there can no longer be enter- * tained a doubt that the final struggle of the striking problem will be continued, fought out, and decided in the eastern anthracite coal regions. The initiative move was made in the Lackawanna valley,w'here TWENTY THOUSAND MEN are now 'mid'have been for weeks idle On an unrequited demand for 25 per cent, advance on the wages ruling in July. This disaffection has reached the Wyoming region. The employes of the Wilkesbarre coal and iron company, numbering several thousand, the Lehigh Valley railroad coal miners, numbering also upward of three thousand, in con- nection with several thousand employes of what are understood as small com- panies, have maintained a determined attitude for weeks. All tnV hopes of the business men hang upon the alle- giance of the Pennsylvania coal com- pany's men to their employers. A PROPOSITION FROM ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 31 August 1877

v : : K CEORPE M A I N Z « prepared to do all kinds of mason werk» *. /- ^-HOUSE PLASTERING ^ ~~ bricklaying and whitewashing in the best work- man-like manner, on short notice. •\".' . constantly en hand rea4v&iuarried, in any quantity at reasonable pricw., at the quarry in the north part of the village near, the otd grist mill. Resi- denc e near the old gristmill. Sturgeon Bay, Wiseoruih. 3%4t Legally and quietly obtained in every State and Territory, for Incompatibility-and other causes, n« matter where the party reji ie**?: years' experi- _ J.\" D E X T ERfAtt'y, Rooms 8 & 9, r32Dearborn St., Chicago, 111., Unquestion ence. Address. , able references given legal profession invited Correspondence with the »S»»45 - Green Hay and Minnesota RAIUROAD. Summer Time'fable, GOIHO WEST a r r o w . Depar t 8 00 am 5 12 30 p m 4 00 Arrive! 6 iopr o IlOiiit ' 7 00 arc la ao t oa 4 :8 pm 5 55 - Arrive TO ao p m pas«.e x Depar t 9 3 0 am to 25 \" . 3 3 . Arrive • I M ) Dept . } ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 September 1877

THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MABTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Every Friday, ITURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN. TERMS $F SUBSCRIPTION: pne Year (la tdmce).....!„._._._...... . $, , 0 i months\" ••- *' J° Three\" « » ^\"Y.\"\"'.\"\"\"\"'\"' 7 S F NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING- n Year........ . « , Six months...... ~ * •* °° — * - - - - - . * « • - - - - - — . . . . . . . . — . 1 00 SCHIPKA PASS. 5 Hie TnrkB Open the ,Ball on the Bnsslans All along the line ot the river Lorn. Beports show the Result of Friday's .Battle to have been a Bussian Victory. A great Battle in Which Massed Forces in Both Sides are engaged. New Atrocities Charged by the Turks to the Bussians. The Fighting in Schipka Pass-Great Sac- rifice of Life. I N D E P E N S E N T . THE EXPOSITOR PRINTING)BOJ The \"World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, September 7,1877. No. 47 O F.F-I C E Has been ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 September 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. ST. PAUL will witness the annual meet- ing of tho Society \"of the Army of the Tennesse^ oji^the 5th ,4hd,Gth of Sep- tember! A BILL to secure a pension for Ida LeAyis, the Grace Darling of America,Avill be presented to the next congress, This noble woman is still lightkeeper at her old post, but is in-very bad health. She is certainly deserving of a liberal pen- sion for life. ANOTHER Savings (?) institution in Chi- cago has gone into bankruptcy and the poor laboring people of that city, such as washerwomen and servant girls, are a million dollars poorer. Strango it is, yet true, that the poor are always so un- fortunate in making deposits of their scanty earnings. Now that this State Savings Institution has gone under, it appears that it has been on the verge of bankruptcy since 1871, and yet it has had on deposit the greater portion of that time from three to four million of earnings of the poorest people of Chicago . A AVORD of caution to ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 September 1877

STRIKING MINERS. WASHINGTON. | THE FRENCH EXPOSITION\". ' Washington telegrams? of Aug. 27th i say that application has been made to the Treasury Department for permis- sion for the* reimportation of French works of art owned in this country to be exhibited at the French Exposition. This application was made by the State mf,,.(.i^i t*'•\"„ ~„ nf K,.^,I\"^\":.V&A\"I V\"\" Department to the Treasury at the in- J ? ™ ^ ? , * ? ! ^ w ™ £ ? -\\ M ^ ' stance of the French Minister. The * — thyc m , l c S f l ? n i t h u j Clt-y' w h l c h Acting Secretary of the Treasury replies that it -wouldbe contrary to lawto grant TH*! TROUBLE THICKENS. Specials from Wilkesbarre of August 28th to Chicago, papers^say that as time advances trouble appears to .thicken. Night before last a gang of masked men formed in procession at midnight, and th s request.-ibut that the subject would be laid before Congress immediately upon its convening. GAS-BILLS. A controversy has arisen between the gas co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 September 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, SEPT. 7,1877. NOTES CAUGHT ON THE FLY. \" ' The Annie-Belle is in Port. A. heavy rain Tuesday evening. Mr. 0. M. Smith favored us with a call Tuesday. i Bishop Krautbaner has returned to Green Bay. What has become of ye gay and festive mosquetocB. We wa»t a sensation of some kind. It would help us out. Michael Welder has gone to Port Wash- ington on a visit. The public school in this village be- gins next Monday morning. August went out hot, but September came in as cool as an icicle. . Nearly all of the Minnesota wheat tests sixty pounds per bushel. Mrs. Charlie Boyce starts to visit rela- tives in Indiana next Tuesday. If you have any money to spend, spend it with the merchants who advertise. The East River, with pile driver in tow, cleared port Wednesday morning. Shawano boasts over having built two miles of new side walks this season. The little schooners Snail and Helldiver were in port Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Ives were among the callers upo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 September 1877

HE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY . I UASTQf, EDXTOB AND PEOP'B. X' ual Rights and Justice in/All Things. RGEOy BAY, Wia^EPT. 7, 18^7 fie Democrats ofolowa have passed reso- ns demanding/^the repeal of the resump- act, and ^aremoralize silver. They fav- | ne retention, of a greenback currency, and are^against any further contraction, and substitution of greenbacks for bank notes equal taxation of every species ot prop- according to,its true value demand one ency for the Government the laborers 'officeholders the prisonef'and soldier producer and bond-holder. ermany has sent to Nicaragua a demand an indemnity of $30,000 on aecount of an lult made on the Gtrman Consul. If it is paid, and the flag saluted, a squadron with upp guns will be sent over to see about it. he merchants and Lusiness men of I-ouis- :, Kentucky, want the bankrupt taw re- ed* . They consider it an absolute necessity order to restore confidence and give a lthy tune to business. jThe war in Cuba-has cost the Span...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 September 1877

».!»^^»»*'maK!IB^KSB^2i^^r^. KEELI'S NEW MACHINE. Experiments With a $00,000 Engine- 11,000 Ponnds Pressure to the Inch. .-.•'•• 'Philadelphia Times. The directors of the Keely, Motor Company met the other- evening to wit- ness Keely's experiment with a new machine, \"which * weighs r more than twenty 'tons,: It has cost $00,000, it hav- ing been two years in process of erec- tion, and was twice'reconstructed with other metal, because the first two choic- es of the inventor proved not strong, enough to restrain the enerery of his va- por The machine is made of wrought iron andeast steel. It consists of spheres,y basins, standing tubes and small reser- voirs, with 'ii.wilderness- of connecting rods, valves, and tiny copper tubes. A globe of cast steel,.four, feet in diameter on the outside,! holds only twelve gal- lons. The centre .cavity is in a shell of nine inches thickness. The perpen- dicular tubes that reach from floor-to ceiling, at the other end of the machine, have a cen...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 September 1877

TENDERNESS. Not nnto every heart is God's good gilt Of simple tcndersess allowed we meet With love in m»ny fashions when we lift First to our lips life's waters bitter-sweet Love comes upon us with rcsintlesu power Of cnrblcss paesion and witlrhe&dstronK will: It plays around like April's breeze and shower. Or calm flows, a rapid stream, and still. It comes with blessedness unto the heart J That welcomes it aright, or—bitter fate! — It wrings the bosom with so tierce a smart, That love, we cry, is cruder than hate. And then, ah me when love has ceased to: bless, Our broken'hearts cry oiit for tfenderness! We Ions for tenderness like that which luing About us, lying on our mot' er'g brcust A selfish feeling* that no, pen nor tongue Can praise aright, since silence sings it bo^tj. A love as far removed from passion's heat As from the chiliuess. of its dying Cre: A love to lean on when the failing feet Begin to totter and the eyes to tire. In youth's brief heyday hottest love we s...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 September 1877

MASON /WORK. • . OEORCm MAI NZ .: is prepared to do all kinds of massn werk. ' . «OUSE PliASfERING, bricklajing and whitewashing in the best work- man-like manner, on short notice. constantly on hand, ready quarried, in any quantity at reasonable prices, at the quarry in the north part of tbe village near the old grist mill. Resi- dence near the old grist mill. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. 30 4tf DIVORCES iLegally and quietly obtained in every 'State and Territory, for Incompatibility and other causes, no matter where the party resiles. 3 years' expert- i1» y enco. Address A. J. D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms 8 4 9,13a Dearborn St., Chicago, III., Unquestion- able^ references .given. Correspondence with the »5»45 Green Bay and Minnesota RAILIROAD. Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 6 0 I R 0 WEST accom. Depart 8 00 am 9 53 is 30 pm 4 0 0 Arrivel 6 50 pm Depart 7 ooam 12 so I 04 498 pm S 5S o t y j m Arrive 10 so pm pass, ex Depart 030 am to 95 Arrive Dept. X«2 Arrive 3 ) Dpt.l t...

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 September 1877

HE EXPOSITOR :•• * - \\ / ••^-~.:x&-2tf€j: CHARLES I. MARTIN, Editor a n d P r o p r i e t o r . PubUshedlfrery Friday, '• AT.' ' ' • ' ' • 8GE0I BAT, t : : WISCONSIN. TERM$ OF SUBSCRIPTION: Year (in adTAnce) . . . . . . . . . . .....$i s 0 lonths \" \" ..•„ ....'.... 75 IT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: Year... . . . . . . . $a oo lonths. .i % oo nr^ i INDEP E N D E N T. The \"VNTorld Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County.Our Aim. Vol.4. Sturgeon Bay,Door County, Wisconsin,September 14,1877. No.48 PLEVNA. rlble Mistake of Two Forces of Montene- grins In Herzegovina. Each Sup- posing the other to be the Enemy. it Engagements at Lovats and Loftscha, Besulting in a Decisive Victory for the Russians. Turks 'from Lovatz cut off from Osman Pasha's Camp. Turks and Russians Shake hands for the first time. lb fo_ ONDON, Sept.5—The Herald correspon- at the headquarters of the Grand e Nicholas at Poredin telegraphs, un- date of Monday, via Buch...

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 September 1877

THE EXPOSITOR gTUBGEONjBAY., WISCONSIN. IN the interest of Sft thosewho expect to maket^noiallpeechea for theiptib- t o make^jcnnciai^peecnes^o r meipuc ^ lie weal W y y t n t e follfe^c^nipaflf tive condition of the national treasury on September 1st of 1876 and 1877. Such figures are always useful tor refer- ence and this table!ontain in itself a great deal of information: .'WW TH% NATIONAL TREASURY, i n coftomox SEPTEMBER 1. 1876, AHD BBFTBII-. BKU 1, 1S77. COHPABKD. , . , . Salana Sept. 1, 1576. 1877. Cnrwncy.. $ll,686,8u5.8e •lt18«J,537.96 Special fond for the redemption of ...... ,. , •....•.•..-,. fractional cur- r e n c y . . . . . . 8.365.4H.0O Special deposit of lecal tenders for redemption of certificates of do- • poilt ... 81.8800 0.ro- S0430.»n000 Coin............ . 62 51195617 106,90493609 Coin certlScxtes... 29 909 8 0 00 88 625400 (X) Coin !en» coin cer- tificates ....... . 32.643.156.17 68,879 636.09 Outstanding legal, tenders 369,834,604 00 867.U76.164 00 Ouuita...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 September 1877

The Indian War. A dispatch from the . Red Cloud agency, Nebraska, of the 5th inst., says that, considerable excitement has pre- vailed, at this agency for the last few jdays, caused by the declared purposed KJrazy Horso and Touch-the-Cloud to leave the reservation All the available cavalry in this vicinity was ordered to* Camp Robinson, for'the purpose, of' sur- rounding Crazy Horse's village and taking him with his band prisoners. This morning about five companies of cavalry'and one piece of artillery, un- der command of Col. Mason, proceeded to this village, accompanied by twohun- dred Arrapahoe scouts and a number of friendly Sioux, On nearing the village Crazy Horse sent word to the command that HE WOULD FIGHT THEM. His camp was situated on White river, below the mouth of the Little White Clay. Part of the command took a po- sition at the 'mouth'of the Little White Clay, while the remainder made a de- tour around the village and came up from the rear. At this movement the Indian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 September 1877

TOE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, SEPT. 14,1877. NOTES CAUUHT ON THE FLY. Pleasant days. Oh! the beautiful flies. County fair next week! • Read new advertisement. Splendid September weather. Ducks are beginning to ripen. Jack Frost has been heard from. Has your garden been ''sackedV\" \"Maple Leaves\" will soon begin to fade. Mornings and evenings cool and pleas- ant. Encourage home industry, and enter- prise. Dog days are a thing of the past, for 1877. See notice of \"Town Caucus,\" in another coliimn. How meek and lowly the thermomerters have become! Mr. Beccher will again come West to lecture in October. Mrs. Capt. Hugh Graham favored us with a call Monday. Mr. O. B. Green returned from Chicago last Friday evening. / Pigeon hunting begins -to attract the attention of our sports. Brigham Young leaves a family of 235 to mourn over his death. The oyster trade of Chicago is estimated to be worth $2,000,000. Wild ducks are beginning to put in their appearance hereabouts. An old English doc...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 September 1877

T H E E X P O S I T O R farm» andkeeps several nten constantly em PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 1pl0yed' ^*B»B. clearing- P n ~ HiK- C. I. MAETIK, EDITOS AND FfiOF'B. \"Equal Rights and Justice in All Things.\" STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT. 14,1877 T h e famine in India is growing in extent, and a most Horrible picture o f suffering is pre- sented. I n , Southern India, the district most affected witk the famine, there is some 25,000,- 000 people, o f whom, according to authora- tive statements, one-sixth, 4,000,000, must die of actual want. Some fearful instances of suffering in the streets of Madras are recount- ed, where infants are abandoned by their mothers, and left to perish by the roadside. Th e most horrible phase of the visitation yet ..made known is given in a report from the province of Mysore, where tw o cases of can- nibalism are said to have occurred. A mem- ber of the Relief Committee in that quarter fears that this practice must, under the cir- cumstances, become widespread....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 September 1877

Sponge Direr*. \" • * • - '.'v \"Who can tell?\" cried Uncle Philip, in one of his momenta of determined ^ueationmgjjl^who ]tnows?^Not a wprd, hist yet, please, Hilary,\" bowinggallant- ly, as was his wont, to the bright face beside him \"let these sagacious young Sers, eople, BO ready to challenge their el- answer if they can to them do I With emphasis address mvself,—Now who, of this small household crowd, cap speak advisedly touching the home- place, growth, and uses of my text?\" And he held aloft a lovely new sponge. \" ' Down the green tremoulus walla of water,'\" repeated Bertha, with snapping eyes, \" ' v illiona of millions, thus from age to age, With simplest skill and toll tinweariablu—'\" \" • Laid, touch by touch. These amazibg edifices.1\" / Hilary the less added this, changing a ' word or so to suit the demand.. ^ \"Correct, thus far, my wiseacres. Now we will let Aunt Hilary speak.\" And again he paid homage to the gentle lady. . \" Yes, Bertha and my namcsake know ....

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 September 1877

THE SONG OF THE OYSTER. Oh 1 a jolly old bird is the oyster fish. As he sits in his pearly shell, A-thinkins how many a delicate dish lie can make when cook-ed well—' '\" Broiled or roast. Served on toast, , ^ Or raw on a dainty platter Escallop or stew, Either will do. Or fried in crmnbs or batter. .And a knowing old fish is the oyster bird, - -s he slyly seems to doze: For he drops not a hint, he speaks not a word Of all the secrets he knows— Blissful boars. Shady bowers. Whispering low and sweet Boozy delights, Merry old nights. When jolly old cronies meet. ONLY A KISS. The Louisville Courier-Journal on an old-fashioned Mexican kiss: \"In the Aztec language the word telenamequizel, they say, means simply a kiss. We should have inferred as much from those beautiful lines from one of the great Aztec poets: To press thee to this heart of mine A thousand times I've been impelled And yet those rosebud lips of thine I ne'er have tolcnamequizelledl Ah. parting is my soul's eclipse I The...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 September 1877

MASON WORK. GEORGE MAINZ is prepared to do all kinds of mason wark. . MOOSE PLASTERING, bricklaying and whitewashing in the best work- man-like manner, on short notice. • constantly on hand, ready quarried, in any quantity at reasonable prices, at. the quarry in the north part of tbe village near the old grist mill. Resi- dence nearthe oldjRrut mill. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.- , 30 4*f DIVORCES Legally and quietly obtained in etery State and Territory, for Incompatibility'and other causes, no matter where the party resiles, n years' experi- ence. Address A . J i D E X T E R * Au'y. Rooms 8 8c o, 133 Dearborn St., Chicago, HI., Unquestion- able\" references given. Correspondence with the legal profession invited. 35M45 Green Bay and Minnesota RAILiROAD. Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877,. OOIHQ WKST . ' • ' \" accom. Depart 800 am 9 S3 t« 30 pm 4 0 0 Arrivel 650pm Depart 7 0 0 a m 12 20 I 03 4 s8 pm sss ^urive 10 s o p m pass• , ex Depart 930 am 1035 \".33. Arrive Dept. Arriv...

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