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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 November 1877

THE EXPOSITOR1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. I. MAETIK, EDITOS AHD PSOP'R. .. \"Equal Rights and Justice in All Things.' JTORGEON BAY, WIS., NOV. 9, 1877worth The ! above character represents pretty well he sentiment of the people jn this locality. very one asks a question, and that is : \" H o w s Election?\" A s to how the State will go, ve can only answer indefinitly, as both parties ire quite confident. Th e Republicans have, n our opinion, carried the State by from 2,500 o 3,000 majority, although they claim it by •,ooo to 8,000, while the Democrats say it has Jnly gone' by 1,500, which they will .bring ip in some counties claimed to be strong Dem- )cratic. From telegraph operator Scott, w e earn that there are but two disputable coun- ies to be heard from—one Democratic and he other Republican-—which will just about ir nearly off set the other. This will give the State to the Republicans by 2,500 or 3,000. The Greenback ticket will receive about 18,000' votes in the State. This kn...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 November 1877

THE WIDOW'S TEAR* Difficulty With Which It Is Dropped Over the Rcraaius of theXuteLament- ed Brigham Yonng. RochesterDemocrat. The widows of. Brigham Young are \"doing as well as could be expected, per- hops, but that is not very well. It is customary in civilized nations for the widow to go to the grave of the depart- ed one at the hour of 'sunset, and, shed- ding a few tears and arranging the.in- evitable flowers,' to go away with her handkerchief to her eyes. The widows of Mr. Young -adopted this beautiful custom as one woman, and, owing to absence of the police and a lack of the regulations imperatively necessary in the premises, there arose mucn confu- sion. The first to visit the grave, oddly enough, was-the last that was wedded to the excessive husband. She had hardly settled herself and begun to ooze when there appeared on the melan- choly scene two others, each armed with a watering-pot. \" What do yo.u want here?' she said to the intruders in a low voice mucn obstructed by...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 November 1877

THE OTHER WORLD. BT H i R l l I i T BEECIiER 8T0WK. It lies around us like a cloud— A word-we do not see Yot the sweet closiug of an eye May bring us there to Be. its gentle breezes fan our cheek. Amid our worldly cares Its gentle voices whisper love, And mingle with our prayers Sweei hearts around, us throb and -beat. Sweet helping hands are stirred And palpitate the veil between With breathings almost heard. And, tn the hush of rest they brinjr, * I'is. easy now to see How lovely and how sweet a pas The hour of death may be. To close the eye and dose the ear, Wrapped in a trance of bliss. And gently laid n loving arms, To6W«o to that-from this. Scarce knowing if we* wake or sltitip. scarce asking where we are. To feel all evil sink away, Alt sorrow and all, care. Sweet souls around us watch us still. Press nearer to our side Into our ttioughts. into our prayers. With gentle helpings glide. Let death between us be as naught— A dried and vanished stream Your joy be the reality. Our...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 November 1877

= ^ V ' ~ Disease* Cored. New paths marked out by that plainest of alt books— fiPlsWi •Plain Home Talk SST O j w p v v u u i i a o H nv,. B O ,\"—nonrly 1,000 pages , n g . ylh#r»Uons, by Dr. E. B. FOOTE, of 130 Lexiand tOn'AVe., N. Y. Purchasers of this book are at liberty to consult IIB anthor in person or by mail IT**, -j Free by mall, postage prepaid, $3,:5 for the \"' MiMjeditton, or *1,50 for the Popular edition. Is*\" -—^*ns all the same matter and illustra- ots tables free. Agents Wanted. L PUBLISHING CO., 12» E M N. Y. 44 tv DIVORCES Legally an d quietly obtained in every State an d Territory, for Incompatibility and o t n e r c a u s e . / no matter wher e th e party resiles. 13 years' experi - e n c e . Address A . J . D E X T E R , Att'y . Rooms 1 A a, n i Dearborn St., Chicago . 111., U n u u e s t i o n - ble relcreices given . C g'respo ndenc e with th e legal profession invittk). 25 to 45 tfrecii Bay and Minnesota R A I L R O A D . Summer Time Table, in Effect May ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 November 1877

sf/C l,:-V ^p&t&^W 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, HTVIflEOX BAT, WISVOK8IN, TERMS OF SUBSCRIR TJUW7' One Year (in advance) Six months \" •• Three •' «• ,» -« 75 : 40 NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING\" ° . n e Y e \" T . . . . _ $ * 00 iwx months.. \\ OQ 1 N D EPE N D E N T. The Worl d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County Our Ai Vol. 5. Sturgeon Bay Doo r County , Wisconsin, November 16, 1877. No. 5 WAR NEWS. The SttBsians Attach' the Turhish Fortified Positions Near Erzeroum, and are Defeated with Great Loss. Csfflan Pasha Penned up in Plevna, and Many of his Hen Flocking Into the Russian Lines. Turkey Sentences 400 Bulgarians to Exile, the Seshoffs Among Them. The Conviction Strong that Plevna cannot Hold out Many Days. Fall of Bahovt, a Stronghold Sixty Miles from Nicopolis. Muihtar Pasha falls Bach on Erciaga and .Trebizonde. Turkey is determined to Fight t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 November 1877

FORREST. Last Houis of the Orcat (Jiierrilla—The Stoi-y of Fort Pillow, and Forrest's Explanation.* \" The Memphis Appeal of Oct. 30 says : \"Gen. N.B.Forrest breathed his last abolit 7 o'clock last evening, at the resi- dence of his brother, Col. Jesse A. For- rest, on Union street, in .this ..city. To those who have for several weeks watched with sympathetic .apprehen- sion the condition of Gen. Forrest, the announcement of his death will not be a surprise. They saw' the pulse of life beatipg weak and low in his fevered veins, and knew that the ebbing tide would soon cease to AOAV. But to the. many, who have for years been accus- toaiecl to see his erect figure, his tower- ing form, perfect in his majestic man- hood and symmetrical beauty, the in- telligence of his death will bring a shock of surprise and sorrow. For the past three years Gen. Forrest has made President's Island, two miles below the city, his home, where he was extensive- ly engaged in planting, and operating mostl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 November 1877

TEN YEARS. Ten Utile years ago, dear love, Ten little years, no moire. That happy \"morning came, like which K«ne ever dawned before: That blessed morning when the earth ••• • Wore all her gladdest charms That morning when the heavens came down And clasped us In its arms That morning when upon your hand : \" Your hand so white and small.- . I placed the symbol of our love — Frail bond if that were all. Some words I know, were said, a vow- Was given, a prayer, a kiss, And through and over all a strange Confused sense of bliss. They have been very happy years, .Happy and glad and true ' , I wtll,not think what lire had been To me unblessed by you: And every day I bless that day Whose tender, roseate glow Has never faded yet, dear wife, Full well we both do know. ' \"Twas not the words the parson said That made us one the years. With all their many, many joys. Their triumphs. losses, tears— The years, with all they have denied. And all that they have given Of good and ill-the little o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 November 1877

T H R F X P O S T T O R „ Rehear that Thomas Clark, who left A • « f ^ : - | J ' A * V 0 * 1 V , X V # ! Bailey'» Harbor this spring in a covered ' 1 wagon for bat West, is laying sick in Kansas. STURGEON BAY, NOV. 16,1877. NOTES CAUGHT ON TH E FLY. Scour up your skates. County Board in Session. . White fish are abundant in the bay. Fat up your turkeys -20th pretty soon. The weather took another change Wed- nesday, Mrs. H. Harris, of Marinette, is in the village. Master Alex Collard has gone to Green Bay to visit friends. It's too cold to be singing ''Shall we gather at the River.\" Mr. John Smith, of Ellison's Buy, was ia the village Tuesday. Notice advertisement of Wsckly Wiscon- sin, in another column. See change in the Green Bay and Miune- flpta railway time table. Eve was the first woman who ever, gathered leaves in the fall. This morning we are again favored with beautiful rays of suhshine. All who advertise do not get rich, but precious few get rich without it. The tug Rein...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 November 1877

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAT 0.1. MABTOT, EDITOS AND PEOP'S. 'Equal Rights and Justice in All Things. STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOV. 16,1877 Now, that the campaign is over, and tkings begin to assume their old steady gate, let us also walk forward steadily with the Greenback movement. Tbe past election shows plain enough that it is not any side issue but a new party composed of Republicans and Demo- crats from the old ranks, and a streight move- nient for the front to be headed and pushed by the poor men of the country \\ Who can bet- ter see the need in change of Government management than the men who form a Govern- ment? It is thepoor men who have always held the sway in this country, though they have never been controled by the wealthy who have, by the use of money, \"figured\" them out of their rights. We must prepare at once for the next fall's campaign. Our political contest next year is to be of more practical consequence to us than the one which has just closed. We shall t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 November 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. ' v STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. . •\".' . • . . » - * — = r r - Gov. WILLIAMS of Indiana \"^kas ap- pointed Dan Voorhees -United States senator in place of Sen. Morton de- ceased. '•• • LATEST advices from Washington say that there is little doubt but that the president will veto Bland's silver bill if it reaches him in its present shape. .SEVERAL- bills are being drawn for changing the system of electing a presi- dent and vice president but it is doubt- ful if any change can be made. Now that the elections are over with the country will sottle down to solid business again. The operations of congress will be of great interest and the proceedings of the national legisla- ture will be watched with keen interest. SENSATIONAL titles for books are all rage among novelists and publishers. The latest specimens of this sort of ex- terior advertising are \"That Girl of Mine,\" and '• Bessie's Six Lovers.\" What could be more enticing than these stirring appeals to the lovers of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 November 1877

Congressional. 1 - \\ HOUSE. \\VASHIXGTOX, NOV. 5.—Mr. Calkins, Indiana, asked leave to offer a resolu- had taken pains to inform itself on the subject, and all officers said the present fqree was not sufficient. Mr. Atkins said he would now yield tion adjourning the house, out of res- ten minutes to Mr. Wood, but thatgen- pect to the memory of the late Senator, Morton. Mr. Kell, Pennsylvania, ob- jected. The house then proceeded to business. The following bills W-ere introduced and referred: By Mr. Frye-^-To amend the bank- rupt law also, to make persons charg- ed with crimes and offenses competent witnesses in United States courts. •By Mr. Hewitt—Supplementary to the act carrying into effect the conven- tion between the United States and China to give court of claims jurisdic- tion in certain cases. By Mr. Ward—Authorizing directors of national banks to declare quarterly dividends. By Mr. Hunton—For the recomputa- tion of accounts between the United States and the several states, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 November 1877

:'*i CHRONIC Maeaaea Cored. N e w path s marke d o a t b y that plainest of al l books— f-Plain H o m e T a l k 200 Medical C o m m o n Sense , \"—neirl y 1,000 pages , n g . Illustrations, b y D r . E . B. F O O T S , o f ISO Lexiand to n Ave. , N . Y . Purchasers fo this book are a t liberty t o coaxal t KB autho r in person or b y mail free P r c e b y mail, p o s t a g e prepaid, $8,25 for the Standar d edit o n , or | l , 5 0 for th e Popul ir edition, w h i c h contains al l th e s a m e matte r an d illustra- tions. Content s tables free. Agents Wanted . M U R B Y H I L L P U B L I S H I N G CO., 12 0 E a s s%th Street, N . Y . 44 l v . f.ejally and quietly obtained in every State and Territory, for Incompatibility and otner c a u s e y no matter where the party resiles . \\ \\ years' experi- ence . Address A . J . D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms 8 & g, \\yi Dearborn St., Chicago , III., Unquestion - !l references {riven. C 5 re.sp 0 ndenc e with th e legal profession iuvited....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 November 1877

seat THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, Editor,ax^ d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Svexy Friday, VYCRGEOI BAT, WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT/OX: One Year (In aOia»ce)...-..—:..°- *» 50 Six months \" \" - 75 t h r e e * ' *' \" -..-- •- «° NOT-MID UNTIL'3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING! One Year.i.. . 1-. - - - - . - - - t a 00 Six months .-.-- 1. 00 :?IV- -i :.,ui-i'.. .•.*.'. ' •,- I N D E P E 3S f D E K T The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Poor Coun ty Our Aim. Vol- 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, November 23, 1877. No. 6 FALLOFKARS. The Sreat Turkish Stronghold Stormed, and Alter Hard Fighting, Carried by the Russians. The Montenegrins Follow up their Successes Over the Turks. Uobilization of the Entire Russian Army. • 1 Sussian Bepulses at Erzeroum and Ears. The Russians meet a Set-Back in- Asia Massacre of Mussulmans by Bulgarians. L. BUCHAREST, NOV. 14.—General Skobeloff lias established himself in his newly cap- tured position. Th...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 November 1877

THE EXPOSITOR STUKGBON BAY, WISCONSIN. SERVIA has refused to withdraw the state troops from the frontier, which is nearly equivalent to, declaring war against Turkey^. . THE state debt of Wisconsin, accord- ing to the state treasurer's report* is $2,252,057, all of which, except $14,057 is due to the trust funds of the state. There ate only $14,000 of state tond outstanding. THE senate would pass and the presi- dent sign the silver bill, it is believed, if it is put in proper shape, but it is doubt- ful whether the house would pass it as it now is if it were again before that body. It is quite certain that both the senate and president favor the remone- tization of silver, but to what extent of coinage is not so certain. THE house of representatives is likely to spend a great deal of time upon the resumption repeal bill, and it is doubtful whether a two weeks disussion will change a vote\" on the measure. The bill will pass the house by a small ma- jority, but it is extremely doubtf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 November 1877

FlGH^'G THE SILVER BILL. Telegrams from Washington of No- vember 14th,, state that a delegatiou of New York and Philadelphia bankers, brokers and merchants opposed to the house silver bill, now pending in the senate, had an interview this morning with the president. There were, also present Secretaries Sherman, Evarts and Shurz. Messrs. Babcock, Ellis, Stewart and Law, of New York, several- ly addressed the president, their re- marks,being to the effect that there would be a depreciation of the public credit, if silver were made legal tender and the national debt authorized to be paid in it, and further that the\" passage of the bill would be injurious to all kinds of industry— the views of the speakers being similar to those presented last night, by a committee delegation— and asked the president to exercise his power to protect the integrity of the country as to its credit before the world. The President said that while, as they knew, there would be manifest impropriety in now exp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 November 1877

'•S^tei «»,i -V«Ii THE EXPOSITOR. ' \" • ' , ' • • • ' : • : . • - . ' ' • : • \" • • • % - : STUKGEON RAY, NOV. 23.1877. NOTES CAUGHT ON THE FLY. * Only ••fall\" weather. Butter is in good.demand, Thanksgiving is drawing near. Storm doors art* being put in position. Miss Josephine Graham has returi home. One potatbe in the cellar,/! the hill. ^ ^ We hear that lots of sickness prevails JnOlay Banks. r The whooping cough is rapidly increas- ing in the village. Yesterday the sun was shining, although it is cloudy to-day. Mr. Dan McLain, of Jacksonport, was in * the village yesterday. Mr. G. Tuttle has opened a store in the old post-office building. Mr.-T. Brooks and wife, of Jacksonport, were in town Wednesday. Seven correspondents this week. Read all of 'em—they are good. Notice A. W. Lawrence & Co.'s newon \"ad.\" Ditto J. F. Stroh's. Mr. C. M. Chase's little child is quite sick with the whooning cough. Mr. Wm. H. Warren, of Clay Banks, raised a new barn on his farm last Mon-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 November 1877

.** THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAT 0. X. KABTQT, EDITOR AND PBOFS. . bear another for writing to- \"Eqnal Rights and Justice in All Things. STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOV. 23,1877 Mr. Ellis made an argument in the senate theotherday, substantially as follows: Amdunt of 6 per cent, bonds outstanding, $729,060,- 000 annual interest is $43,740,000: amount of 5 per cent, bonds outstanding is $708,060,- uco annual interest, $35,400,000: total inter- terest, $79,140,000 per annum. If the same amount was funded at 4 per cent, the annual interest would be $57,480,000, or an annual saving of $21,660,000. If these bonds were paid off at the end of thirty years, the total saving during that time would be $649,800,- 000. If the same amount of bonds was paid off in silver at the present rate, instead of gold, and the relative value of gold and silver were continued as at present, say the difference of 8 per cehtv^.the saving would \"be $114,960,000, er if the annual interest was paid for thirty y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 November 1877

A Curious Story of Jealousy and Frat- ricide from the Woods of Canada. Mr. Charles Itankin, an officer of the Hudson 'Bay r, company, has reached Toronto with the details of a brutal Indian murder in.theNippissing region, the murdered man being Canachintcli, chief of the Temagamingues, and the murderer his brother Shargosee, the Rfoose/Calf. The brother, with Shar- gosee's wife, daughter, and son, were traveling together on a hunting expe- dition in the Hound lake country. Canachintcli, or Cleft-in-the-Kock, had three wives, with the youngest of whom ho suspected that Shargosee was too in- timate. As they sat by their camp-fire one night Canachintcli began to \"sing a favorite Indian song,, which runs some- thing in this strain: • He was my brother and I loved him I bnthed his temp us whsu he wan weary 1 kil'od him fo...u when ho lay in fov«r But while 1 hunted he loved my love. O. falso iiud wicked 'brother Who, while I hunted, loved by love., Shargosee felt that this song was aim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 November 1877

THANKSGIVING-DA Y. Hail, hail. Thanltsgivifig-daj! _Welcome to mints ana sinners- Welcome to all, both great and small, Thou day *or royal dinners! See bow they come from far and near, A troop of \" carpet-baggers/' To grace the board with one accord, And appetites like daggers. Who cares for Turkish war abroad? Who cares for serf or Czar? • Our Turkey lies before our eyes Come and attack—hurrah! With knife and fork we win the day, A'iruce to care and sorrow! Eat while we may, Thanksgiving-day Will fade before to-morrow. We're thankful for a host of thipgs Too numerous to mention: For sweethearts true and hearts to woo, And all things worth attention. For all and every thing that gives ' Our lives so much of pleasure Wn offer thanks. Long may we taste Thine overflowing measure! Then hail, hail, Thanksgiving-day! Thou day of royal dinners! Nor will we care if the grim nightmare Should fright the soul within us When day is done. Let Turkey's ghngt With the nuts and puddings and wine, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 November 1877

m - BEST OFFER We will sell during these. haWL times $ 0 0 Pianosamefor s $2i'ncludJ,i'!for.dthe'positivewheo 0- Will Cure Consumption. To all suffering from the following diseases a ray of hope is offered through the kindness of a mis- sionnry friend has sent roc the formula of a purely vegetable medicine which has long been use by the nativ medicine men of Hitidostan:— And all other styles jn the proportion, and radical cure of Consumption. idgGrand,Square and Upiight-all new and first- Bronchitis, -Asthma, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, .1 hroat c1ass-*old direct to the people' at factory prices. ?ild ,M»K \"'\"\"culty. General .Oebility, Loss of No/agents, no commissions no discounts. These I Manhood and all Nervous Affections, its power has Pianos made one orthc finest displays at the Cen- ' b c e n te *to^1.'\" hundreds, of cases without a fai ure, tennial Exposition-and were'unanimously recom- J \" ? w ' « ' \" m y sacred duty as far as possible to mended, for the Highest Honors. Regu...

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