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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 September 1877

•HE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . • . Published Stery Fkiday,. •' • - AT •••.: iTUBGEOK BAT, : J s WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (In advMce)..-. $1 so Six months \" \" '..'.... 75 Three*1 \" \" -- ------ .---- 4° IF NOT. PAID UNTI1. 3-MONTrife'AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year.... '. .....' -• $a 00 Six months.... .. 1 00 imp 1 2 PEN DE N T. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Oi|r Home The Interest* of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County.Wisconsin, September 21,1877. No. 49 THE EXPOSITOR PRINTING•*••BOJ O F F I C E Has been refitted with New Borders of various kinds. Also P 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 solicit a*t much of your patronage as you feel desirous »f giving us. All orders sent by mail will receive prompt- attention, and the work forwarded to the parties 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 — 21 September 1877

A *ISH FARM. \" THE DANCE OF DEATH.» An Interesting Breeding- Establishment r on the Banks of the Thames. , Close on the banks of the river i Thames, within a stone's throw of Chert- 8ey bridge, a fish-breeding establishment, which was startled some few years ago by a private gentleman, has year by year been enlarged and improved.upon ) until it has now become one of the most! complete establishments of the kind in.j. What Sherman's Wife Thinks of The Nnnghty Redowa. San .Francisco Alta. ' [The following letter is copied from the original letter in Mrs.- Sherman's handwriting, which we have seen.—Eds AUa.\\. FOHT LEAVENWORTH, Kan.,} • . August 21, 1877. j MY DEAR Mn. RUIXFSON:—» have the kingdom. The undertaking, being j read your book Tlie Dance of Death S private one. has been little before the j and I must say I admire your courage, public, notwithstanding the fact that I and believe-you have shown as much the main object of the proprietor has been to benefit the public general...

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 September 1877

SOMETIME. '•Sometime\" we gav and turn our eyes Toward the fair hi iBof ParndlBo: Some day, some time a. sweet new reel Shall blossom,flower-likein each breaBt Some time, ome day our eyes shall see The faces kept in memory (•'ome day their bands shall clasp our hands. Just over in the morning land. **. Some day onr cars shall near the song Or triumph over sin.and wrong.' Some time, some time, but aht not yet! Still we will wait aud not forget. That \"some time all things shall be. And rest be given to you and me.\" 1*0 let us wait, though years move slow. That glad \"some time\" will come, we know. AN OLD CLERGYMAN'S STORY. \"I' m afraid your mind is full of very dd fancies. I'm afraid some spirit- talists have been talking to you,\" said \" Perhaps they have,\" said she. \"Any- ow, I believe that spirits can return nd speak to the people they love. If ou admit that our souls, live here- ifter, you can't be sure they have not he power to go wherever they will.\" \" I suppose you'll ...

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 September 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, SEPT. 21,1871 NOTES CAUOHT ON THE FLY. Moonlight nights. Why do you go to the fair? \"Much white-man\" iu town to-day. To owe is human to psy up, divine. Indian summer will goon be at hand. Read new advertisements in this issue, TWIKs TO-DAY,—Fair weather, and Ag- ricultural Fair. The first real genuine frost of the season, was last evening The nest binding for borrowed books is homeward bound. It will soon be time for both political parties to begin \"nailing lies.\" Mrs. K. Wead and Mrs: M. Hinker fav- ored us with a call Tuesday. ' To rid yourself of your wife's female friends—Make love to them. Don't forget your spectacles or note hook when you go to the Fair. \\. Give your wives nil the money they can nfake from the butter and eggs. Mrs. Thomas Scott went to Egg Har- bor,on-Friday last, to visit friends. Mrs. J. E. Wheeler was among the number who honored us with a call Tues- day. • Miss Josephene Houle returned home after a few weeks visit among fr...

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 September 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. 1.1IAETIN, ESXTOS AND.PE0?B.' The Boston Herald says: Sitting Bull, is a j to secure to himself the coveted prize of posi- half treed, French and Indian, and thirty tion. \" E q u a l R i g h t s an d Justic e i n AH T h i n g s . \" STURGEON BAY, WIS,, SEPT. 21 ,1877 ' Seven political State conventions will be held this week. On Wednesday the Massa- chusetts State Republican Convention at Wor- cester the New Jersey Prohibition at Tren- ton the Pennsylvania Greenback at Williams- port and the Kansas Greenback at Wyandotte. On Thursday the New York Greenback Con- i vention at Buffalo, and the Maryland Repub- lican Convention at Baltimore. The New Jersey. Republican Convention will be held Sept. 25, and the New York Republican Con- tention at Rochester Sept. 26. The' Wiscon- sin Democratic Convention will be held on the same day. The Maryland Democrat Mid the Minnesota Republican Conventions will be held Sept. 27, and the New York Democratic Oc...

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 September 1877

THE EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. IT appears that the Mormon Church (if church is the word) is experiencing great difficulty in the selection of a new president. There is rpally a probability that the feeling on the question may be-fl r c o u n try come«o intense as to' cause a break in the ranks which would be very apt to result in dissolution of the entire organ- ization. Itwould certainly be fortunate if such should be the case, for the time is not far away when the government will be eompelled to crush out the po- lygamous feature of the church at any rate. THE government of the United States is prudent in exercising a great deal of patience and forbearance towards Mex. ico. The only difficulty seems to be in the disposition of the Mexicans to in- . terpret federal forbearance to mean fear. The American people would of choice, bear more from Mexico than from any other nation, rather than to engage in war upon her, This feeling on the part of the American people and America...

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 September 1877

WASHINGTON. • \"Sitting Bull drew his revolver, a move-' nient imitated by Culverson, but before either could shoot, Maj. Welch, with his revolver drawn, sprang between them and told 'Culverson to put his pistol away turning to Sitting Bull he said: \" I want you to'understand that you cannot commit any of your devil- tries here as you do 'in the United States. I will give you and your tribe ire the only esd- j five days to leave this country. If you * ' j are not gone then, or if you ever return, 11 will 'fight you. If you arc ever caught ARMY EST!MATES. Associated press dispatches from Washington of the 12th inst., states that the estimates for the support of the army for the present fiscal year have been prepared by the wa r department and sent to the 'treasury department, which will transmit them to congress 'at the extra session. These mates to be sent in. .. THE EXTRA SESSION. , ^ ^ ^ . £ ^ s h f ) 0 t t h i s ,„„„ The question with regard to the presi-1 I'll have vou hanged ...

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 September 1877

X MASON WORK. CEORCE MAINZ is prepared to do airkinds of mason work. HOUSE PLASTERING, V' 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 Ho the north part of tbe village near the old grist ffirrtr^eKi- derce near the old gristmill. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. 36 4tf DIVORCES I/Cgally and quietly obtained in every State and Territory,'or Incompatibility and other causes, no matter where the party resiles 13 years' experi- ence. Address A. •). D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms 8 & 9, lis Dearborn St., Chicago, 111:, Unquestion- able references given. Correspondence with the legal profession invited. 35 to 45 Grccir Bay and Minnesota R A I L R O A D . Summer Time Table, in, Effect May 27, 1877 fiOISG WK8T accom. Depart 8 00 am 0S3 12 30 pm 40O Arrive 6 50 pm Depart 7 00 am 13 30 4 pm ssK Vrnvej 1930 pm puss, ex Depart 9 30 am JO 35 \".33. Arrive * too ) Dept. \\ Arrive Dp...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 September 1877

THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, Ed i to r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Brwy Friday, STUBGEOV BAT, WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUB SCRIP T10N One Year (In adTiice).....^.. . . . . . . . . S i TO Six months • » • \" . . . « T h r e e \" \" « ::::::::::::: : % IP HOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: °. f t e V e « - — - — . . . , . . . » » OO Six months. i oo I N D EPENH ENT. The W o r l d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our H o m e ^ T h e Interestsof the-People oT Door County Our Aim. Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, September 28, 1877. No. 50 THE EXPOSITOR J O B PRINTING O F F I C E ' • . * - v ' 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 we feel confident tkat we ean give satisfaction OP all work entrusted to us, and solicit as much*of your patronage as you feel desirous at 'giving us. . . . . . All order* sent by mail will receive prompt attention, and t...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 September 1877

TME EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAi^ WISCONSIN. NEW YbraCtliiTy has its savingsbanks oh the Spencer plan, i e. worth noth- ing- Two THOUSAND men at the, American Iron Works of Pittsburg resumed work on the19th inst., after a strike of eight weeksior an advance of twenty-five per cent, They resumed at the old wages, but they had a good long summer va- cation. IT is said that any single shot at the recent rifle match at Creedmoor, would have killed a man had he been placed at the target. There was 240 shots fired at 800 yards, and the same number at 900 yards and at 1,000 yards, or 720 shots in all. Sixteen men were en- gaged in the shooting. There would not be much chance for a fellow in the army if the enemy had many such men for sharp shooters. THE recent and frequent failures of savings banks has greatly stimulated Jhe question of postal savings banjjs under the contract of (he government. It ?s argued and with much reason that, so long as the government is itself an enor- mous borrower, i...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 September 1877

•''• Darin? Train Robbery. A UNION PACIFIC EXPRESS CAR RELIEVED OF $60,000 BY ANOTHER ORGANIZA1ION OF THE JAMESES. \" An Omaha special of the I9th to the Chicago Tribune gives the particulars o$ the Big Springs train robbery. The dis- patch says: One of the most daring and success- ful railroad express robberies ever per- petrated in this country occurred last night at about 10:45 o'clock at Big Springs, a small and isolated station on the Union Pacific railroad, 361 miles west of Omaha. The details of the robbery I have obtained from Union Pacific officials, who, early this morn- ing were, in receipt of dispatches an- nouncing _THE STARTLING NEWS. Just previous to the arrival of the e: - ])ress train No. 4, bound east, in charge of conductor Patterson, two masked men stepped into the office of the station agent, Mr. Barnhart, who was taken completely by surprise. They pointed four cocked revolvers at him and ordered him to tear up his telegraph instrument. Barnhart tried to deceive...

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 — 28 September 1877

THM EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, SEPT. 28,1877. NOTES CAUGHT OX THE FLY. .' Cheer up. : Plies on the increase- Bright prospects ahead. Maple leaves begin to fall. Time to call in your straw hat. Summer blossoms fade and die. Trade seems to be brightening up. More rain needed for fall plowing. The yellow fever is raging in some parts of Florida. Another railroad strike is drawing to maturity. Omro, has subscribed $10,000 to put up a glass factory. Flies begin to drop- but Lord how thick they are yet! Remember each day brings you closer to winter's embrace. The bosomest friend is the one that steps forward in time of need. Dr. David Graham, of Egg Harbor, was iu the village last Friday. Mr. John Dnnn will please accept our , thanks for Nevada papers. \"A looking-glass heel for ladies' shoes is the latest fashionable folly. • Brigham'g spirit has appeared to a. me- dium. Ho says \"too hot.\" A pleasant call this morning froift Mr. Axtel Dreutzer. of Chicago. The grape crop of Now York State...

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 — 28 September 1877

p S EXPOSITOR,!* :trlft.375,000,000, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. I. MAETIK, EDITOB AND PBOFB. \"Equal Rights and Justice in All -Things.' 3TUEGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT. 28,1877 T h e latest case o f frauds-in the sale of post- age stamps came to Third Assistant Post- master General Hazen,being in the form of a circular from a Cincinnati firm, in which they offer to sell t o Postmasters for $1 0 their stem- winding Swiss watch, receiving stamps in pay- ment, retail $125. This enables a small post- master to buy these watches for $ 4 net, and the firm, send them out o n a promise from the /Postmaster that if not satisfied he will return the watch in a registered package instead of the stamps. T h e firm makes up a part of its circular with certificates of Poastmasters wh o have purchased their watches. • These cir- culars will be considered by the department as prima facie evidence against \"the certifying Postmasters, and, unless some explanation can be made, the first application respectab...

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 — 28 September 1877

THE LATE'.'UNPLEASANTNESS. T'?e American Railway Riots Regarded £ in a Very periods .Light by a Leading French Organs The late railway strikes in.the United States are considered by the Paris Jour-, nal dcsBebats as indicati v-e,of an extreme- ly advanced phase \"of disorganization, and \"likely to produce effects which will leave, their trace for -a considerable , period. The following are some, passages from itsarticle on the subject: It is not only the material loss of capi- tal, which is to be regretted the New York Joiirnal oj Commerce, however, cal- culates at $20,000,000 the damage sus- tained by five of the principle lines. At piresent the companies are suing the counties and states to recover compen- sation for the prejudice they ( have ex- perienced' from riots which the local powers ought to have repressed. The county of Allegheny alone, in which the town of Pittsburg is situated, is asked for $4,000,0000, as it was already in an unfavorable financial position, it is not...

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 — 28 September 1877

ROSE'S DIAit Y—SEPTEMBER. low noble ^uglit my manners now to be I How white my secret lifie.—I who have seen Ihe Lord in his own glory!—I who see I So vast a mound of love to intervene letwecn the torrent of my sins and me I [ought to walk now as the angels do, I The holy dead, Tedcemed by patient strife from tui» less goodly elate to whom accrue: VThe higher issues of that noble, life Thich hath with God undying interview. I ought to .be as holy-white as they. [\"As ardent toward my Lord:—alas,—instead,— ppon the very path my Loid doth tread I To meet my soul. 1 sink down sooth to sav |)n the roddside almoEt a castaway. ?,l06e, np my soul! awake and use forever my divine abode • • If in this poor estate I thus abide The ground I stand on now will soon subside indbe'by ocean fathomless o'urflowed. LESLIE GRAY. Two men* standing together and tchingthe slender form of Leslie •ay, a* she stood beneath the labur- im trees. , .barton Conway, with his dark, Apollo |ee, his deep-blue eyes...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 September 1877

MA^SON WORK. CEORCE WAINZ ' s prepared to do all kinds of mason work. HOUSE PLASTERING, hicklavinjf arid whitewashing in the best work- man-like manner, on short notici. S T O N E constantly on hand, ready quarried, in any quantity at reasonable prices, at the quarry in the north part of the village *near the old grist mill. Resi- dence near the old grist mill. Sturgeon Bay, Wiseonsin. :.'\"\"• 304tf DIVORCES Legally and quietly* obtained in every State and Territory, 'or Incompatibility and otoer cause £ no matter where the party resiles „ ,j-jreartffy expert encc. Aunress * . J . D E X T E R . Att*y, Rooms « o , ria DearborivSt,, Chicago, III.vUnquestion- able references given. CSrespondence with the Slegal profession invited, 351045 Green Bay and Minnesota R A I L R O A D . Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 GOING WKST accom. Depart 8 00 am 9 53 12 30 pm 4 00 5'7. Arrive 6 50 pm Depart 7 00 am 12 30 1 02 4»8,pm SSS 9 '7 nm Arrive 10 20 pm pass, ex Depart 930 am 1095 \" ...

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 October 1877

HE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I . MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Every Friday, UBGEO* BAY, WISCONSIN. -e©3- TERMS QF SUB SCRIP T/OAT: ie Year (In advance)....•.._ $t s o x months \" \" iree •' \" *\" .. . . . 75 NOT PAIP UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: ie Year $ 2 oo months .. . . . i oo I N D E P E N J E N T. 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, October 5,1877. No. 51theEBT\". THE EXPOSITOR J O B PRINTING O F F I C E Has been refitted with New Borders of various •kimis. Also » large assortment of type of the most modern styles. With the additional supply of material we feel confident that we van give satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and solicit aR 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 shortest .possible space of time. P...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 October 1877

THE DISCOVERY OF MABS'S MOONS. What Professor Hail thinks of Dr. Dra- per's Alleged Discovery. Professor Hall of the itavaPpbserva- tory hi this city, wbo discovered the moons of Mars, says that early last spring he was impressed! with the prob- abi&y of the existence of a satellite to Msursy&ud determined to make aelbse s^arv-lt at the earliest opportunity. .It fet yrrft known how oh the night of the ISSbiuJ' August he- observed a strange (^.ovtlnear Mars, which after repeated observations and measurements, the discovery of not -only one moon but two,, was confirmed. Between the 11th' and the'16th, when the weather was unfavorable for successful observations** ho' both' hoped and feared, but his wife, to whorii alone he= communicated his discovery, was enthusiastic and confi- dent. While impatiently waiting to con- firm hi's discovery his generous disposi- tion almost induced him to communi- cate his chances of succens to his asso- ciates, so that all could share the honor,...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 October 1877

BAY-BY DAY. Wav'side roses bloom and^fadc— Hioom and die their own BWC«I way, And know not where their fragrance gnt-R P'.oatins, floating day by day. Puss thu foot-Bore travelers: Breathin in the dusty air They catch the od r of the dowers. And ble,88 the grateful perfume there, Snch our lives-sweet words of kindness Fall, we know not where or when, Like (ho fragrance of the roses, * Reaching lar beyond our ken. NATURE. The bine eky is. the temple's arcb. Its transept earth and air The music of its starry inarch..- The chorus of a prayer. • So Nature keeps the reverent frame With which ihe world began. And all her sighs nd voices shame The prayerless heart of man. .f'« AMONG THE SMUGGLERS.\" BY CLAUDE CLEVER. In the year of 1742 I was residing in the town of Bridport, situated on the southern coast, of England. I had been a surgeon in the British navy, but had retired, and wishing to spend the rest of my life in quiet, had removed to this isolated place, thinking I could here bes...

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 October 1877

STURG&ON BAY, OCT. 5,1877. KOTES CAUGHT ON THE FLY. .-•'•\" O O O O 6 0 C C C O O ' \" Harvest your squashes. Most too cool lor croquet. Lay In your winter vegetables. Few tramps infest oui»'country.- Disagreeable weather this week! Be on the watch for bogus silver George Sand says that love is woman's virtue. Everybody treated cooly yesterday morning. The last rose of summer is now left blooming alone. Adam missed one of the luxuries of life. He couldn't laugh in his sleeve. Who says Door county is not prosper- ous? Read notices under head of \"Born.\" Jos. De Foa is fitting up, and lengthen- ing out his small sail boat, the Hoyai A'ibbs. . . Out on the Black Hills the three degrees of comparison are said to be \"mine, miner, minus.\" Birmingham & Thomas has bought Fred Arldt's place, known as the old grist mill property. The first snow of the season fell this morning. The amount, however, was quite small. The Paris Exposition of 1878 is to cost $8.000,(00 The original cal...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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