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

THE :EXIK)SITOR,pciSV .^^..(r:rr?^±..^,fSP P U B L I S H E D E V E R Y F R I D A Y C.I.MASTIN.EDITOBANDPSOP'E. Equa l R i g h t s an d Justic e in Al l T h i n g s . STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCT. 5, 1877.BB 2 OO I OO I OO 5 0 5 0 5 0 O n t h e \" i n s i d e o f thi s issu e o f t h e E X P O S I - T O R , .will b e f o u n d t h e full p r o c e e d i n g s , i n c l u d - i n g t h e n u m b e r o f ballots , p l a t f o r m , etc. , o f t h e D e m o c r a t i c S t a t e C o n v e n t i o n , h e l d a t F o n d d u L a c , o n t h e 2 6 t h , tilt. O u r reader s h a v e n o w b e e n s u p p l i e d , t h r o u g h t h e E X P O S I - T O R , w i t h b o t h s i d e s o f th e politica l q u e s t i o n , h a v i n g g i v e n t h e p r o c e e d i n g s , etc. , i n full o f b o t h p a r t i e s . I t w i l l a l s o b e r e m e m b e r e d tha t w e h a v e g i v e n prie f s k e t c h e s o f t h e n e w politi - ca l parties , viz: \" G r e e n b a c k \" a n d \" W o r k i n...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 October 1877

THE EXPOSITOR . STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. THE burning of the patent office can properly be called the model blase of the second century of the American eagle. THERE ssems to be no end of the diffi- culties of the Mormon church. It ap- pears that a strong •element of Mono- gamists has sprung up in the church, and is causing great trouble. Then the young Brighanis are conniving to get at the head of the church, while most of the apostles oppose giving so much power to one man again If Bill .Nelson could secure the conviction and execu- tion of a few more of the leaders of the church, as well as leaders in the. Moun- tain Meadows massacre, it might aid materially in crushing out the whole sin stricken nest. THE EUROPEAN WAR. THE latest advices from Egland rel- ative to the wheat crop, are gloomy in the extreme. The Mark Lane Evprm states that samples of the best wheat sell as low as forty shillings per quarter, and that a very large portion of the crop will be entirely unsalable, and un...

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

ffS ij^!Lmn-m.aij i POLITICO,. . Wisconsin Democracy in Session. FOND DU LAC, Sept. 26,—The demo- cratic state convention met in Armory Hall at noon, and was'called to order by Dr. Wendell A. Anderson, chairman of the state central committee. The hall was crowded to its utmost capacity and intense1 excitement pre- vailed. Dr. Anderson made a' few , brief re- marks. Hon. Joseph llankin, of Manitowoc, was chosen temporary chairman and acknowledged the honor in a brief speech. O. A. Wilson, editor of the Janesville Times, was chosen as temporary secre- tary. A committee on credentials was then appointed. On motion of Gen. Bragg, the follow- ing committee on resolutions was ap- pointed: E. S. Bragg, P. J. Winslow.' It. C. Kellogg, J. P. Corr, John Johnson, Win. Elwell, Thos. Lynch, D. C. Fulton, John C. Clark. ' Adjourned until 2:80. THK PERMANENT ORGANIZATION. ' Upon 'reassembling Hon. James G. Jenkins, of Milwaukee, was elected per- manent chairman. . The committee on resolutions' the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 October 1877

$|Al} WORK: .^:: :V : . :^E0RCE. MAINZ. , is prepared to do all kinds of mason wark. I MOUSE PLASTERING, bricklaying and whitewashing in the best work- man-like manner, on short notice. ^a v .^ • constantly on haad. 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. 3o«tf DIVORCES legally and quietly obtained in every State and Territory, for Incompatibility and otner cause j no matter where the party resiles. 13 years' experi- ence. Address A . J . D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms ' « 9,139 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111., Unquestion- able references given. Cgrcsp 0 ndcncc with the 8legal profession invited. . 351045 Green Bay and Minnesota R A I U R O A D . Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 GO-NO WEST accom .1 pass, ex Depart Depart 8 00 am 0 53 13 30 pm 4 0 0 •V7- Arrivpem 6 50 Depart 7 ooam 13 30 X 03 4 38 p m 5 55 Arrive 10 ao p m 9 30 am 10 ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 October 1877

rA?lri- di'fj'.Mauijj THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . PaUWhea Every Friday, A T ' •' -.•• ' TCKGEOk BAÂ¥, -.:. { : WISCONSIN..- TERMS OF SUB SCR IP TIOX: n Year (la adTMce). ..$t 50 Six months '-* *'. - 75 Three'' \" \"\" '--- -- 40 NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: :i Year.... . . . . . . C . . . - . t».oo »ix months........ - ----- 1 bo I N:D':EPfe^N:b:E.'N\"T-.. The W o r l d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door Courtly Out Aim. Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, October 12,1877. No. 52 THE EXPOSITOR PRINTINGBOJ O F F I C E Has been refined with New Borders of various kinds. Also »large assortment of type of tlie most modern styles. With the additional supply of material'we feci coafident that we ean giv'e satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and solieit_ an much of your patronage as yon feel desirous- ot giving us.. All orders sent by mail will receive prompt attehtion.'and the wo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 October 1877

EXPOSIl^Om ^ K G E O N B A Y , WISCONSIN. 1* Goiupfell th^ lowest tf *1J02J on tiie 2nd inst, point readied for fifteen THIS is a sore time for distinguished Europeans. The Grand Duke Nicholas is a sufferer from the liver complaint, while Jules Simon is wrestling with a carbuncle. THK raid across the Rio Grande by Lieutenants Bullis and Shatter, on the 26th and 28th of September, after stock thieves, did not result in the capture of any of the Mexican banditti. FKRNANDINA, Fla., is prostrated with yellow fever, and the sanitary condition of the city seems to be constantly grow- ing worse. Nearly all the - physicians are now incapacitated for work, and dispatches say that a deplorable gloom has taken possession of the place THE senators and representatives are marching on to Washington and pre- paring for the special session. The canvass for places has already begun vigorously. The special session will doubtless continue until the time for the regular session to convene, in De- cembe...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 October 1877

m CHIEF JOSEPHS HANDS. Thrilling Incident of the Jiez Pern* .'•'•• - \"-. War. ' • The slaughter of the tourists on the Yellowstone National Park has been de- scribed by telegraph. A New York World Correspondent publishes the latest development, Frank Carpenter's account of the treatment of himself and sisters by Joseph's band. It seems the captives • were taken to Joseph, a tall, finely built Indian, 45 years old Avith a thoughtful and intelligent face. His word in the camp, says Mr. Car- penter, was law. He shopk hands with them, said he was a friend to citizeqs, and gave the prisoners permission to remain in his tent. Next morning Car- penter was told that he was to be killed and his sisters placed on pack animals and allowed to depart, but he pleaded with White Bird not to do so till they had reached a settlement or road, as t ie girls would inevitably perish in the wilderness. Moving onward the prison- ers were overjoyed to find their sister Ida unharmed, and at the noon halt a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 October 1877

s mtm EXPOSITOR. ^UB&EON BAY, OCT. 12,1877. HOTES CAUttHT 0 ? THE FLY. ' (Jiveug peac*.. Vafigated weather. * / Don't forget to register. Ice cream season froze up. • The pic-nic season is over. Muddy roads ''all the go.\" Squirrel picking pretty Boon. The English like red apples best: And now the merchants are happy. Mrs. John Garlgnd is in the village.' Poor Man's Friend—tberExrosiTOK. Who had the \"last rose of summer*\" What's the prospect for fair weather? Lumbering has begun in the Maine woods. Our village schools are working like machine work. Cherry trees are in bloom again in West Philadelphia. See call for \"Assembly Convention\" in another column. Georgia's dried peaches this year will be worth $1,600,006. \"Gum\" coats have been all the style for the last couple of weeks. Potato-paring matches are a feature at some of the Illinois fairs. A fellow in Portland, Oregon-, pawned his artificial teeth for whisky. Ohio raised 15.000,000 bushels of apples from 381,000 acres ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 October 1877

[THE IEXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY c. i. iuxm, EDITOE AND PBOFB. r?Wiiv$&uK>*irr!:\\ 'Equa l R i g h t s an d Justic e \\p Al l T h i n g s . JTUBGEON BAY, WIS., OCT. 12, 1877.1 The Society of Tammany, so often men- ioned in connection with New York politics, ot its name from an Indian chief of the Del- ware tribe, famous for his humanitarian iew& The first Tammany societies, organ- ized in 1784, were charitable in aim and se- :ret in character. The Russian national debt, it is estimated, [rill be on Jan. Kt, 1878, 87,815,000 Holland gilders (about $35,000,000), £100,311,540 about $500,000,000.) 567,023.000 francs about $113,584,600,) and .1,193,869,956 rou- tes {about $955,095,964). The wheat product of the leading countries Europe. Russia produces i,6o6,,ooo,ooo sliels, Germany 742,500,000, France 687,- 3,000, Austrja 550,000,000 bushels. The Jnited States produces 1,871,760,925 bushels. Governor Young of Ohio, thinks the work- ngmen of the State may succeed i...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 October 1877

To demoba'trate, however, that there yet remains in this world gome sem- blance of goodness and rare humanity, let me relate, as tfersel}' as practicable, a true history of varied incidents in the -.- life of a young woman, whose shame, dishonor, and retribution were followed by reformation, devotion, and hap- piness. •'•' '• \\- :•'\"•: ,- ' • • •.: : i-Veryword of this narration is a life scene, and every\"particle transpired witam my-jown observance. It is a pretty sermon for a Sunday morning. Four brief years ago there lived in St. Joseph, Missouri, with her parents, a most lovely and loveablo young girl, the idol of her family and relatives, and-cherished by her host \"of freinds. Her father was, and is, a lawyer of prominence and wealth her mother, a most charming woman, at one time the worshiped belle of Louisville, Ken- tucky. Although scarcely seventeen, this young lady was suffered to visit 4eaveuwort at the invitation of a schoolmate. Here she was plunged deeply into the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 October 1877

I FABLE. BT S I X * WBSELER. r—w cawing crows, a hooting owl, L hawk, a canary, a lame marah (owl On- day a'l flew together bold a caucus, ana fettle the fate » certain bird without a mate), bird of another feather. O n 'o MyMends,\" saidthe owl. with a look most wlsa, helpful.\" The eagle Is soaring too near the skies n a way that is quite improper. Yet the world is praising her, so I'm told. I And I think her actions have grown so hold ?hat some or ns ought to stop her. have heard it said,\" quoth the hawk with r- . elgh. . \"• • v That young laisbs died at tne glance of h«r «v And I whollr scorn and despise her. K,i, and m re. I am told.' they say,' I tbmk it the only suitable way. Never to recognise.her. am quite convirc :d \" said Crow, with 8|caw, _a minds no mora law She's mus unruly creature,1'' She's an ngl) ^hing,, pip d canary bird: Home call her handsome- it's so absurd 8he hasn't a decent feature.\" hen I batntheaeaglet „ the lame marsh-hen went limping about said sh...

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 — 12 October 1877

is prepared to do all kinds of mason'wsrk- , p. tt6iDSE : p L^T£ R i c , p bricklaying and whitewashing in the best worV j man-like manner, on short ntrtitt. .'''..']',• .• :ertstantl on hand, ready quarried, in any quantity at reasonable prices, at the\"'\"quarryin' tho north \"part of tbe village near the old grut mill. Resi- dence near the old Rri:,t niill. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. 304tf legally antj_ quietly obtained in crery State a*id Territory, idVfccompatibilUy and otnercausey no matter where the party- resiles. 13 years' experi- ence. Address A. J . D E X T E R . Alt'y» Rooms . &'9,1 ja Dearborn St., Chicago, III., Unquestion- able references given C J5 resp o ndenie with the ftiegal profession invited. .251045 Green Bay and Minnesota ' RAIL'ROAD. V Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 eo-.no WEST acco m . Depart 8 CKI am 9 53 13 30 p m 4 00 V7- Arrive 6 50 p i D e p u i , 7 00 am \\t 30 I 03 4 38 pm SSS 0 ITP\" Arriv e 10 ao p m pass, e x Depart 0 30 am 1035 ' \...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 October 1877

THE 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, » ' AT STURGEOtf BAY, : : : WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (ia advance) _-„' , Si to Six months \" •Â« „ * * , , T h r e e \" \" '« \\\".\"\"\".\\\".\"'.. \" 1 NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING- One Year $ 2 ^ j fctx months , OQ I I N D E PENiDE NT. The W o r l d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of Uie People of Door County Our Aim. Vol 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, October 19,1877. No.l LOOKS SICKLY. A Passing Steamer Strikes a Eussian Tor- . pedo at the Mouth of the Danube. She's blown up and all Hands --.——. PerisL Terrible Condition of the Army\" of the Czarowitz in Bulgaria, Owing To the Weather. Gigantic Preparations Being Made by the Hussions for a Winters Campaign in Bulgaria. Another Battle in Asia Minor Eesults in a ^ . ^ Turkish Victory- The Whole Eoumanian Army Provided with New 'Clp.thing. Chefket Pasha Succeeds in Joinings Forc...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 October 1877

ABIiACKBBUTE. Arrest of a Segro Preacher In tiie Pal- pit, Who [Had Fiogrged His Banjrhter to Deutk^ and AbusedHer Body After 'She was Bead. ,. ' Atlanta (u« ) Constitution. . • Never, either in the annals of crime or in a work of fiction, have we heard of a case so-noted for, unnatural cruelty or inhuman brutality as the one which I am to narrate: While .visiting Houston county a few days ago the story was told me, and vouched for by different eye-witnesses, reliable citizens in this section)as well as corroborated by the court record. About ten days ago a negro blacksmith named BurtHolleman became enraged because , he could not find one of the house keys that he wanted, and concluded that his child, a girl about twelve years old, had lost it, and becnu.se she could not tell where it was he commenced whipping her with a heavy wagon whip, every stroke of the lash cutting the skin and drawing the blood. He continued beat- ing the child until he was completely exhausted. Then he call...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 October 1877

iff) UNDER THE ROOF. In the dim low attic chamber,* Where the little children play. Where the childish glee and laughter , Pass the happy hours awaj, IIow we linger and we listen. Dreamily the Hve-tong day. Quaint and cnrlons forms, like virion*. Flit before us to and fro— There are golden curls sad dimplei, yhere are l«cea warred with woe: There are bine eyes, there are brown cyei, Caming from the long ago. There are wrinkled grandmas trembling With the weight of many days There are men of stalwart muscle, ' Men of stern and earnest gaze There are gentle, joyous children M ith their frank and honest ways. All eeem gathered in that chamber - Underneath the rafters old- Faces that long since have faded, Hands we know long since were cold. Forma that years ago nave mingled With the village churchyard mould, One dear face, the light of heaven Lingered round it everywhere— There was heaven in eoch feature. Heaven death had made as fair. As the presence of an angel Sept in answer unto p...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 October 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, OCT. 19,1877. NOTES CAUGHT ON THE FLY. A Wet week. - Roads are muddy Bursts of sunshine. Bank up your house. Disagreeable weather. Flies not so bothersome. Farmers now sigh for fair weather. Keep your ears open for campaign lies. Mr. Gas. A. Drutzer has gone to Chicago. Our subscription lisHs fairly jumping. Where O where! isTndian Summer gone to? / ' Apples are^two cents a bushel in North Carolina master.' Janesville, means \"pound ^siting Cards printed at this office on 'short notice. Too much rain is what everybody says now-a-days. You are lucky these days if you have a fall overcoat. L. A. Larson & Co. arc about tp erect a new building. Don't forget to attend the musical enter- tainment to-night. Mr. Frank Parkman, is giving his new barn a coat of paint. Robert Lockhart of Forest ville was in the village yesterday. With a $100 bill a Missouri man induced his wife to desert him. Mr. Adam Stephenson and wife of Little Sturgeon are in the village. L...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 October 1877

HE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ' C. I. MABTItf, EDITOR AND PROP'S. qual Rights and Justice in All Things.\" Governor: JAMES A. HALLO ET, OF MILWAUKEE. Lieut. Governor: ROMANZO E. DAT IS, OF DANE. • Secretary of State: JAMES B. HAYES, , OF^ DODGE. Treasurer JOHN RINGLE, OF MARATHON. Attorney General: JOSEPH M. MORROW, OF MONROE. # • State Superintendent: \"-•• EDWARD SEARI5G, OF ROCK. O o x m . t y J P i c l 5 . e t . Member of Assembly: GEORGE BASFORD, OF SEVASTOPOL. ir'County Superintendent: P. J. HAMILTON, OF STURGEON BAY. * Mr. Hamilton, w e can speak earnestly and knowingly about his ability. Mr, Hamilton is an old and experienced teacher, and was for a number of years principal o f the public school in this village, during which time h e discharged his duties promptly and honorably. BURGEO N B A Y , W I S . , OCT . 19, 1877. Volume Four. This issue is the beginning of a new volume, 1 rank* the EXPOSITOR among the five-year- Is—last week finishing up volume four. )ur years...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 October 1877

THEEXPOSITOR ^STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. T HE imports of.dry goods at New start thfe Second Cavalry toward Benton __l_ r'' rti il 1 '. . AOAA rVV :n « rtn t.tie n 7tth l i n o t a n t - S\\,nnrtrt cumnli^n U_ York for Septembe-.. r were: $200,000l i on th 7t instant.- Canno supplies be-, excess of the same for September of sent out on the Behtpri road to meet ^vyx, * them, and return with the remainder of the command to the Yellowstone? I hear that there is trouble between the 1876. , - .— , ,. „,„. »t,„t »t,n nea r tha t tner e i s troubl e betwee n 1 ADVICESthfrom Indiahastate that the sjoux and the Canadian authorities.\" worst of e famine » pas t an d th e country is recovering from the long af- fliction. - IN most localities there are so many candidates for office this year that it will take all the rest of the population until January, 1878, to determine who arc elected. • A RErcrnT from Washington says that o „„ ^ Gen. John M. Harlan, of Kentucky, a tive Indian warfare for ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 October 1877

General News. CHIEF JOSEPH SURRENDERED. A Chicago dispatch of the 9th says the following has just been. received there: HsADqUABT's DISTRICT or TUB YKM OWSTINE. | CAMP ON KAM.KCRKSK M. T , «xt 5, '77. ) \" General H. A. Terry, Commanding Depart- ment of Dakota: • . ' HDEAR GENERAL :—We have had our usual success. We made a .very direct and rapid march across the country and after a severe engagement and being kept under fire for three days, the hos- tile camp of Nez Perces under Chief Joseph surrendered at 2 o'clock to-day. I intend to start the Second cavalry to- ward Benton on the 7th inst. Cannot supplies be sent out on the Benton road to meet them and return with the re- mainder of the command to the Yel- lowstone ? I hear that there is trouble between tho Sioux and the Canadian authorities. I remain, General, yours very truly, NELSON A. MILES, Colonel, Brevet Major General U. S. A., commanding.^ As soon as 'the companies of the Second cavalry, of which General lliles speaks, a...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 October 1877

MASON WORK. * CEORCE MAINZ is prepared to do all kinds of mason work. HOUSE PLASTERING, bricklaying and whitewashing in the best work- inan-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 Legally and quietly obtained in eyery State and Territory, forIncompatibility andotnercause,: no matter where the party resiles, i i years' experi- ence. Address A . J . D E X T E R . Au'y, Rooms lc a. fi Dearborn St., Chicago, III., Unquestion- able references given. C grespo\"dence with the Slegal profession invited. 25 to 45 Green Bay and Minnesota R A I L R O A D . Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 6 0 -. HG WEST accom .'pass.ex Depart 8 oa.am 9 53 12 30 p m • 00 V7- Arrive 6 50 pm Depart 7 ooam 12 20 1 03 4 28 p m 5 SS 9 t7 p m Arrive 10 20 p m Depart g 30 am 1025 Arrive. 1 00 J De...

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