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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 October 1877

[E EXPOSITOR C H A R L E S I . MARTIN, ^ i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Every Friday, iEOK BAT, WISCONSIN. \\&J?AfS OF SUBSCRIP TION: VAT (in advance)... ...$i 50 Inths\" \" * ?• l\"All.UNTI 3 MONTHS AFTER Sl.TfSCKUUNG: ear.... $•.• 00 Inths... 1 00 H E I N D E P E N T E N T T h e W o r l d O u r Field Sturgeo n Ba y O u r H o m e T h e Interest s Of the People of Door p o u n t y Ou r Aim . Vol 5, Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, October 26,1877. No. 2 THE EXPOSITOR J O B ., x... PRINTING .. O F P I C E Has been refined with New Borders of yniwn kinds. Also » large assortment of typ* of Ahc most modern styles. WithXthe additional ^ripply of material we feel confident that -we ea* give satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, «nd solicit aa. much of your patronage as you^feeKaeRtrouK •(' giving «*«.' /x . • AH orders sent by mail will receiye prompt attention, and the work forwarded/tto the parties in. ' the shortest possible spacsoi' (' IS*1* Pl.RASK WH...

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 — 26 October 1877

THE ItiisiMif STUftGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. LATEST from Ohio places Bishops ma- jority over West at 23,000. The President's Message, WASHINGTON, October 16.~The (fol- lowing is the full ttx$ o | the pifoside^t'a message, delivered jfco congrjls, thifaf- ternoon: -.-••. . *' Fdbw Ctikena of the Senate and House of of Reprcxntatevcs: , The adjournment of the last congress .-„...- • , -'.•\"' . - , . jwithout making appropriations for the FIFTEEN thousand cigar makers »\" (.support of the army for the present fiscal New York are on a strike. j year hasrendered necessary a suspension of payments of the officers and men of the sums due them for services ren- dered after the' 30th day of June last. The army exists by virtue of statutes which prescribe its numbers, regulates its organization arid employment, and which fix the pay of its officers and men and declare their right to receive THE latest returns from Iowa put the total vote this year at 250.000 against 293,000 in 1876. The vote thi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 October 1877

CONGRESSIONAL. CROOKED CARR. 15—Senator SENATE. WASHINGTON*,' October, were early in their places, and the usual bustle '.attending the opening of a session prevailed. Tne oath of office, was administered. to • choice and also selected his former! 'Mi'. Frye offereda resolution, reciting I seat and Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, i that Chas. E. Nash had presented a cor\" ] got the seat in front of the row, at the [.tincatc Gf election, signed by Gov. Kel- j The Station Keeper at Clinton Junction I f ami 'Three Accomplices Detected hi4! Pilfering Railway Tickets. ^ [ ' : Cliicaso Inter Ocean, j All the wickedness isn't in i Of course it is not. -pvetonded follow ever saiurt'it d was, but to comer of one'of the smaller aisles on j logg, then the duly recognized and act- tho republican side of the chamber. i ing Governor of Louisiana, but that the When all the names had been called, J clerk of the house had declined to place• the last being that of Mr. JIuntin,., of j Nash's name on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 October 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY. OCT. 26.187 tfOTES CAUOIIT ON THE FLY. Cloudy, not rainy. Dead leaves begin to fall. But wasn't last night dark? How do you enjoy the fine weather? Lively times among the boys evenings. Changed from green to yellow—the Leaves. All men are not liars many deceive unintentionally. A Cincinnati man's remedy for divorces —\"Don't marry!\" Mr. W. A. Ives has gone to Atlantic' Iowa, oh business. JosephStroh has christened his \"new saloon the \"Oyster.\" This is,the time to roast chestnuts, pop corn—and the question. Mr. C. H. Giessler, of Fish Creek, was in the-village Saturday. Spring openings-Rat traps. Fall openings—Chestnut burs. The French election resulted in a defeat for the MacMahon party Mr. James Mcintosh started to visit rela- tives in Canada last Tuesday. • Gilman, the New York forger, married a niece of Henry Ward Beccher. Rev. J. Westkamp, of Chicago, is in tlie village visiting Rev. Father Blumel The fall is the laziest season of the year Everyt...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 October 1877

SHED EVERY FRIDAY :TQff, EDITOB AND PROFS. X P O S I T O R jthe country. N o w it is n o more than right, ' ' that the country should receive the support of the towns and villages. A s Mr. George Bas- ford is their candidate, and a popular farmer, we say, farmers, and fellow citizens,' send him along to Madison this winter as the represent- ative from Door, and see what h e will d o for himself and his county. . Jual Rights and Justice in All Things. reenback State Ticket. Governor: E D W A R D P. A L U S . OF MILWAUKEE. Lieutenant Goteroor: E L L I O T T H . B E N T O N . OF OAKF1ELD.' Secretary of State: ' J O S E P H H . O S B O R N . OF OSHKOSH. State Treasurer: W I L L I A M S C H W A R T Z . OF SHEBOYGAN CO. Superintendent of Public Instruction: G E O R G E M. S T E E L E . OF APPLETON. Attorney General: H E N R Y H A Y D E N . OF GRAND RAPIDS. COUNTY TICKET. Member of Assembly: G E O R G E B A S F O R D . OF SEVASTOPOL. Superintendent of Schools: F. J. HAMILTON. OF STURGEON D...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 October 1877

GENERAL SHERMAN. Writes AJ)out His Visit t» the National Park ami the (Jreat Geysers. The following extract* arctaken from oneof General Sherman's letters giving an account of his journeying* in. the greatwild west. He says: ^ I suppose you would like to hear something about • TUB XATl6'AJ\" I'AUK. or \" Woodland,'- as it is called here. As you know, I came from the. Big,Horn here with two light spring-wagon* and .bad by the color of the spots. I have no hesitation in pronouncing- the Yel- lowstone, from the Big Horn to its ..source, the finest trout-nhirig\"strea on earth. From the Mud Springs the trail was due west, crossed the mountain range, which separates the Yellowstone . from the Madison, both tributaries of the Mis- souri .descends this tributary to the west fork of the Madison, and. here is the lower geyser -basin. It would re- quire a volume to describe these geysers in detail. It must suffice now for me to say that the lower geyser basin pre- sented a series of hot spri...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 October 1877

THE OLD SONG. BT.MART IBTING A ciinple song, a nameless eonp. Sweet tremulous and slow! It biirgnomed on a human lip Two hundred years ago! That lip has crumbled back to dust. And centimes wrra asunder! With ftaur clasp the chords that wo'.e ~£olian breathings under! Yet tell me not that long nc 'Ihenameless cased to he! Death never won a human heart . Embalmed in melody! This soul embodied in the thrill Of one heart-touch ng tone Goes waking on a thousand lips The echo of his o\\vn! H tcl'.s its owu.sart story in 'I hat sweet and broken lay A soul that in life's labyrinth Went wandering astray. A soul that lived, a soul that loved, A soul th*t watched and wept. Then folded up its weary wings. Lay down hi peace, and slept. Far better thus a nameless throb Cast on the sealess shore Of human hearts, to circle on in ceaseless sympathy. Than heartless trump hung idly on 'I he brazen tower of Fame, Sending down deafened centuries The clamor of a name! Better to sing a cradle hymn 1 han ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 October 1877

MASON WORK. vv V' CEORCE MAINZ. i* prepared to do all kinds of mason werk. HOtJSE* PLASTEIUNG, ^»»rickUvs«« * M vxfcotowtas&feg »a the best work- man-lite tti-wi^v W s ^ « »Ws.\". M«*tfH#t(-»»i lhW«ii .J!u«/J aaajtried.in any quantity *: v&tunt&Mk JfmUm.. rut im quarry in the north £*« th W* yiilUaae mm- tfa. «W grist mill. ' Resi- SiWtJJWb *t«v'«WC:W«iir- 30 4tf DIVORCES iSijfiillg-wiiliwibtiiSK' Qb&amd in every State and 5ii«itew)-fc *m S»u»m pafcSfea&y and otner cause jr no ttMtasw ttfctwt•tsJfco'yawrji resile*, rj years' experiuntil - ««?*. A-fttow* A. J . D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms •* •*•*-« ©wusfcwjs J*.. Chrcaco, Ul., Unquestion- We wfiwjutpw, ip« l M Cgrtspondence with the teg*! JW«»i*W« WMriwd'. \"* 35 to 45 Green Bay and Minnesota R A I L R O A D . Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 0 0 1 5 0 WKST accom . Depart 8 00 am OSS \\2 j j p m 4. o» 5 '7, Arrive 6 50 p m Depart 7 o o a m 12 ao 1 oa 4 z 8 p m SS S Q '7 pm Arr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 November 1877

HE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, Iditor a n d P r o p r i e t o r . PattiBhed Erety FriiAjr, H6K0I BAT. •:, WISCsJKSIX. TERMS OF SUBSC7tIP TjdN: Year (ia adruee) 1. $i 5o months\" \" - '.. 75 ee •' \" \" . 40 OT PAID UNTIL'3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: Year .' '..•.$» 00 aonths — 1 00 maaetasss I N D EPE Nl E N T. The World Our Field? Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interest* of the People of Door County Our Air Vol. 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisddnsib, November 2,1877. N o 3 RUSSIA ACTIVE. vati already Completely Invested, and Russian Reinforcements Constantly Arriving. ction of Ismail Pasha's Army with that . of Mnkhtar Pasha in Asia, THE EXPOSITOR •ros \" PRINTING O F F I C E HAS been refitted with New Borders of various kinds.' Also » targe Assortment of type of the most modern styles. WkH'the ••Mitional supply of material we feel 'confident tfciat *•Â« *«• give satisfaction on alt-work entrusted to us, and solicit an much of your patronage as yon feel desirous •( giving us. . . A...

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

THE EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. i \\ , _' \"* '• \"\"' '.. ..-..fn A petitionyo^%« naiidt^'ex-^tnkers of Pittsburg has been presented to Con- gress, asking for transportation ,to the government lands of the west. EX-PRESIDENT GRINT has arrived in Paris where he will learn that the presi- dent of the French republic has a harder time of it than a president of the United States. . ,A DISPATCH from Washington says that the congressional finance commit- tees have agreed to do nothing either in regard to the silver rempnetization bill or the resumption repeal bill until after the November elections. ' THE German government is discussing the question of free trade. Prince Bis- marck is a protectionist and attributes the hard times in Germany to the policy of free trade. The debates in the Ger- man parliament aro likely to be very bitter over tho subject. ' IT appears from late advices from Cuba, that the Spanish government is getting the better of the Cuban rebellion and its suppr...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 November 1877

\"General News. - TOUGH ON SITTING BULL. A dispatch from Washington of the 24th states that Secretary Schurz says , that it is a mistake to con- sider that the Sitting Bull commission] was not successful. He says that it has, on the contrary, been eminently suc- cessful, and that the result is wh'at the 'administration wanted. It was n'eyer desired that Sitting Bull should return to the United States, but it was courteous to the dominion government that steps should be taken to secure his 'return as a fugitive. From a later'report from Gen. Terry it appears that subsequent to his interview with Sitting Bull the British officers present consulted with him that the latter told Sitting Bull that, if he considered himself a subject of Queen Victoria, the white mother, he was very much mistaken that he was a fugitive flying from the United States that if he wanted to remain in Canada he must behave himself that he would not be permitted to send expeditions of young men to trouble United ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 November 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY. NOV. 2. 1877. NOTES CAUOHT OJ* THE FLY. Changeable. Fronts nightly. Snow last evening . Lanterns for these evenings. » Too wet for gate-post talking. O. B. Green has gone to Chicago. ' Harvest begun—for saloon-keepers. No sin to lie next Tuesday—election day. It is now legal to shoot (leer, if you can get near enough. Mr. T. H. Smith, of the Arm of Scofield ii Co., is in Milwaukee. We learn that B. J. Erskin, of Jackson- port, hasbeen very sick. The tug Reindeeri with pile driver in tow, cleared for PeBhtigo yesterday. The bottom is out of-the roads in some of the southern portions of this county. If you'want the schools in the county -well looked after, vote for Mr. Hamilton. P. S- stands for \"pleasant sunshine\" in this vicinity. Give us plenty of the \"P . 6.\" U. E. Wolcottis doing a rushiug biz. You get the worth of your uuney from him. The Penfield, cleared for Chicago yes- terday, loaded with lumber for Scofield A Co. . Dr. McEacham has had his ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 November 1877

EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FR1DAI • Wm, EDITOR AND PEOFB. Rights and Justice in All Things.\" renback State Ticket. pernor: • E D W A R D P. A L U S . OF MILWAUKEE.. |atenant Governor:' •.•ELLIOTT H . B E N T O N . OF OAKKUELD. etaryof State: JOSEPH H.OSBORN. OF OSHKOSH-. |te Treasurer: W I L L I A M S C H W A R T Z . OF SHEBOYGAN CO. erintendent of Public Instruction-. G E O R G E M. S T E E L E . OF A1TLETON. lorney Goieral: H E N ^ Y H A Y D E N . OF GRAND RAPIUS. COUNTY JTICKET. knibcr of Assembly: G E O R G E B A S P O R D . OF SEVASTOPOL. |perintendent of Schools: F. J . - ' H A M I L T O N . OF STURQEON'BAV. form Party State Ticket.for [lovernor: .j AME S A . MAL'LOR V, - OF MILWAUKEE, feut. Governor: R O M A N Z O E . D A V I S , OF DANK. |crct?ry. of State: JAMES B. HAYES, OF DODGE. I'reasurer JOHN RINGLE, OF MARATHON, [•ttbrney General: JOSEPH M. MORROW, OF MONROE. | ate Superintendent: E D W A R D S E A R I N G , OF ROCK. COUNTY TICKET. pember of Assembly: G E O R G E H A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 November 1877

THE TELEPHONE UNMASKED. miscreant connects a telephone with AN IMMENSE PURCHASE. The Danger winch Lurks in an Appa- rently HarmleHs • and Useful Inven- tion Pointed Out. New York ilmctt. , It is time that the atrocious nature of the telephone should be fully exposed, and its inventors, of whom \"there are ' a quantity, held up to public execra- tion. \" • , When this notorious instrument was first introduced, it was-pretended that its purpose was an innocent one. We were told that the telephone enabled a man in New York to hear what a.nian in Philadelphia might say and though it was difficult to understand why anybody should ever want to listen to a Philadelphian's remark,—which, no- toriously, consist exclusively of allusions to the Centennial exhibition and alleged line of American steamships, —there was nothing necessarily immoral in this possible use of the telephone. Then it was claimed that by means of the tele- phone conversations Gould be carried on with other than Philadelp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 November 1877

JuA BELLA MORTE. 1 dreamed a pleasant dream of Death. At u lady luir and bright. Who came to my bedside suddenly In the stiSIneeB of the night \"Art thou afraid of me*\" she said, In tones so sweet aud low . That I knew she g|io- at8 a kindly friend, And not as a vengeful, foe And I answered cheerily, and smiled, \" No my beloved no! • \"Why should I fear? Thou enns'r not come And hour before thy time. ' If Vis thine hour,\"'twill be thine hour, Appointed and sublime. 1 should have lived my life in vain. Nor seen where all things tend. If I'd'not surely known and to t That thou wonldst be my friend. And that beginning were but loss Unless for the blessed end. & ' \"Come to me then. O kindly Death! I fear thee not at all! The immortal mind can never be The mortal body's thrall. I see thee stretch thy radiant hind To open wide the door Through which myspirit glad to pats. Shall surge, ai-d'spring, and soar, And learn to learn, and know to know, Ever and evermore! \"Dear mother! on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 November 1877

MASON WORK.J GEORGE WAINZ j i« prepared to do all kinds of mason work. HOUSE PLASJEpNG *. . | b ickla big and \\yhucwashinBiuj,{.fJVe,he.it work- | inJn-like manner, on short hdtici':'. .'-^ j c'j sunt! o.n hand, ready quarried, in any quantity- [ .1! i^iasoiiable prices, at the quarry in the north I part of tbe village near'the old gnat mill. Rci d-itec near the old grist mill. - Hturgcon Bay, Wisconsin. 30 4tf DIVORCES Ll^ally and quietly obtained in every State and '\"Vrritory, r or Incompatibility and otner cause . no tetter, where the party resiles, rj years' experi- ence. Address A. J . D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms 8 * {). i_)2 Dearborn St., Chicago, HI. Unquastion- !•!•-. reference* given. C gresp 0 ndence with the I :iA profession invited. 251045 Green Bay and Minnesota R A I L R O A D . Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 OOlifG IrVKST\"l ~~ s'-cotii. I pass, ex (STATIONS Depart •i 00 am 4 at ' \"7. Arrive 6 50 pm Depart 7 00 am 110 4 *8 pm 5 55 Arrive r J 20 pm Depart...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 November 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 - Publtihed Every rriiay, HYCHCIGOX B i t , TERMS OF SUBSCRIP 770A'.- = * SS THE EXPOSITOR PRINTING.•-BOJ On« Year (la advance). Sue months \" ' \" Three •' \" \" . . . . $ ! 50 j NOT *A1D UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING' L-- One Year....- I........ • fe r ^ T l / T i l *\\ Six months... V£1\\ * U I . * I N D E P E N D E N T The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Horns The Inter'sss of the People of Door County Our Aim. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, November 9,1877. No. 4 ROLLINC ALONC. Progress of the Eusslans In Europe and Afiia4Iinor^3fni htar PashaWoun- ded. ^Tfae Turks Meet with another Bevene in Asia-Minor. The Result of Sourkha's Eecent Victory in Bulgaria—Turkish*Reserves Called Out. O F F I C E Has been refitted with New Borders of various kinds. Alto'a large assortment of type of thi- most modern styles. \\Vith the additional supply of material we feel confident that we can give satisfaction on...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 November 1877

^HJpEXPOSlTOR. STl^GEQN BAY, WISCONSIN.' JEFF. DAVIS was again brought to pub- He hotice by acting as a pall bearer at the funeral of Geh. Forrest, at Memphis, the 31st ult. THERE is a bill before congress to re- duce postage on letters to two cento per each half ounce or fractional part thereof. CINCINNATI has been figuring on the hog crop, and has determined that the hog crop will bo five per cent, \"greater this year thun last. THE house of representatives has had a test vote u p o n a question relating to the repeal, of the resumption act, which shows 138 voles for a repeal,, and 116 against it. The Wisconsin delegation voted five for, two against, Mr. Bragg being absent. Bouck and Lynde voted for repeal. GREAT BRITAIN thinks she..will need about 96,000,000 bushels of American wheat to winter her population. All right Minnesota will please Bend the Queen 96,000,000 bushels of her sur- plus that she desires to market before winter. NOTHING of any consequence has transpired during...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 November 1877

Congressional. - HOUSE. •'WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.—The speaker to-day announced the following stand- ing committees: Elections—Messrs. Harris, .Virginia, chairman Springer, Illinois Chandler' Georgia Turney, Pennsylv'a Cobb, Indi- ana Williams, Alabama Ellis, Louisi- ana ' Waite, Connecticut Thornburg, Tennessee Cox, Ohio Hiscock, New York. Commerce—Messrs. Regm, Texas, chairman Felton, Georgia Rea,' Missouri Bliss, New York Roberts, Maryland «• -,Ross' \" New Jersey Kenna, West Virginia Hunter, Indiana Dunnell, Minnesota Hubbard, Michigan Overton,' Pennsyl- vania. Public Lands—Messrs. Morrison, 111., chairman Fuller and James, Arkansas Clark, Missouri Wright, Pennsylvania Hewitt, Alabama Smithy Georgia Ketchum, New York Sapp, Iowa- Welch, Nebraska. Postoffices and Post Roads—Messrs. Waddell, North Carolina, chairman Slemons, Arkansas Caldwell, Tenn Gid- .-dings, Texas Garth, Alabama Quinn, New York Monery, Mississippi Can- non, Illinois Freeman, Pennsylvania Williams, New York Townsen...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 November 1877

T H E EXPOSITO R ! *Tw8*e'\"tet\"*v•Â©fafeiw*. bu t * ***-' ^ A A v ^° 1 A ^ ^ Johnny says he \"layed him out\" In good STURGEON BAY. NOV. », 1877 NOTES CAUGHT ON THE FiY. # Whooping cough in the village. County Board meets next Tuesday. Mr. P. Mclsaac, of Rowley's Bay, is in the village. » The chirp of the summer bird is no longer heard, Biliousness prevails, and blue pills are quoted active. • * Temple of Honor, dance in the Village Hall to-night. Girls in Georgia wear hats made Of natur- al leaves and flowers. Frowns blight your children as frosty night blight your plants. Ahnapee is about to. have a plough man- ufacturing establishment. Mr. Collins, of Menasha, is visiting Mr. E. 8. Fuller, of this town. \"He swore like a savings bank depos- itor,\" says a Chicago newspaper. Who's agoing to set. up Turkeys to shoot at Thanksgiving? Steady! In the Japanese religion, the first human being born on earth was a woman. Love, the toothache, and tight boots are things which cannot be...

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