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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 November 1877

THE EXPOSITOR CHABLKS I. MAETIH, .Editor and Proprietor. Publiihed Every friiay, iTVBOEOI BIT, WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (In advance) '.. :.-.„$i so Six months '* \" '.... ...._ 75 Thref •' *' \" 40 NOT PAID UNTJL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year.. ...f a oo Mix months........ . . . . . . , \\ oo I N D. E PENDENT. The World p u r Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County Out Aim. Vol. 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, November 30,1877. No. 7 THE EXPOSITOR J O B PRINTING O F F I C E Has been refitted with New Border, of various kinds. A l s o . U y g c \" ^ H ^ ' ^ i ^ a l supply most modern styles. * 2 u i , i2at we \"an B»ve of material w e feel c ° \" l \" l ' \" U l ami solicit ^ S o ? ^ U r o „ ^ r y l X w coS„i r o „ f i .. «*,&* «« ^ mai l wa«ar-S5TR attention, and the work 'orwarded tu the pani the shortest po5siblc space ot time. | ^ PlEASB WRITE AUt. ORDHR^ISTt^CTU * Publisher Expo»H«*» FALLING. 'Capture ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 November 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. $1 CHIEF JOSEPH.thinkswith SittingBulI, \\hat Gen. Miles is a brave and good sol- dier. v •' , . '•' • I F the country is arixious to have congiess adjourn, let a great horse race be arranged to take place at St. Louis about December first. We know from experience, that a race has attractions which the average congressman canno resist. A LONDON telegram of Nov. 21st gives the strength .of'the armies operating in Bulgaria at 280,000 Russians and 240,000 Turks. These estimates are certainly far too high. The Turkish armies in Bulgaria do not aggregate more than 150,000 and it is more than probable that the Russian armies do not exceed in all over 22d,000 men. SECKETAKY SCHURZ is\" doing all in his power to stop the timber stealing busi- ness going on all over the country. The great national forests have been rifled of their treasures until the loss amounts to avast sum. The secretary says this nefarious business must cease, and he seems determin...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 November 1877

The Official C&iivass of \"\\^isbonsiir. by Comities Adams..... ..' Ashland Barron. Bayfield Brown Buffalo Burnett Calumet Chippewa.. . Clark.... Columbia... Crawford^ Dane. Dodge... Door Douglas....... Dunn Eau Claire.... Fond du Lac. Grant Green. Green Lake... Iowa.. ,. Jackson.1 Jefferson Juneau Kenosha. ... . Kewaunee. .. Lacrosse La Fayette .. Lincoln •Manitowoc... Marathon Marquette Milwaukee... Monroe Oconto Outagamie... Ozaukee...... Pepin Pierce Polk Portage.- Racine Richland R«ck St. Croix Sauk . Shawano Sheboygan • •. Taylor. Trempealeau. Vernon Walworth Washington.. Waukesha Waupaca Wausuara Winnebago .. Wood Totals.... 1875. 362i 98: ' .sue 35| 2,385 841 10 1,137 1,030! •525! 1.61ft! 1,100! *,8S3[ 4,(85! 366! 867] 1,076 3,973! 2,3181 1,595 795j 1,665 491 2,938: 968 1,131! 9911 l,739j I,fttt 68 2,62(il 977f 736, 7,4151 1,275 1,092! 2,517 1,652 270 791 299 818 a, o»i 1,132 l,71( 1,582 1,310 448 2,215 93 520 6961 1,272: 2,305! 2,461 1,191 313 2,591 473| GovBRKon. LT....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 November 1877

« THE EXPOSITOR. STURGrEONBAY, NOV. 30.1877. NOTES CAUOHT ON THE tfLY. : _ « C I O O O O O C C O Still snowing. Do you visit the schools? The bay don't chaw ice yet. Were you thankful yesterday? How is this weather for \"High?\" Coming to the surface—Buckwheat cakes. What's become of our Indian Summer Weather? J. T. Bagnall, of Jacksonport, was in the village Wednesday. The sound of the sleigh bell, may now be heard jingling along our streets. Quite a number of our citizens have joined the sick list. Bad weather did it. Think twice and speak once. Some people speaK twice, and don't think once. One of the greatest wonders in this world is what becomes of ail the smart children. The official Canvus of Wisconsin by couniies, may be found on the inside of this issue. A grocery bill, twenty-five feet long, was the subject of a recent suit in Patter- son, N. J. Forty-two days per year arc deducted for good conduct from the terms of Vir- ginia convicts. Don't forget to attend the \"Nicke...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 November 1877

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAT C.!. MABTIffr EDITOS ASS PEOP'B. •'Equal Rights and Justice in AH Things. STUKGEON BAY, WIS., NOV. 30,1877 The Fishery Commission gave their de- cisidn on the 23d instant, awarding Great Britain $5,500,000. There has been trouble\" between this country and Great Britain off and on for a century back, on the fishery question. When America gained its Independer.c: from Great Britain, the treaty included the right of each nation to fish in dtep water off of each others coats, should they desire to do so at airy time. As there has been- other treaties made between the two nations since the Inde- pendence was gained, the Canadians claim that the fishery claims were not mentioned, and that the American coast did not amount to anything for fishing. They also claim that for the past twelve years this country has been intruding on them shamefully, and for such intruding, fixed their figures at $1,000,000 per year, making a total indebtedness of about $12,...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 November 1877

1 u CATfS ASD BOARDERS. J A How They ore Esteemed by the People of the Bermuda Islands. Mark Twain in Atlantic Monthly for December. As we entered the edge of the town (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands) that Sun- da y afternoon, we stopped at a cottage to get a drink of water. The proprietor, a middle-aged man with a good face, asked us to sit down and rest. His dame brought chairs, and we grouped ourselves, in the shade of the trees by the door. Mr. Smith—that was not his name, but it will answer—questioned us about ourselves and our country, and we answered him truthfully, as a gener- al thing, and questioned him in return. It was all very simple, and pleasant, and sociable, Rural, too for there was a pig and a small donkey and a lien anchored out, close-at hand, by cords to their legs, on a spot that purported to be grassy. Presently a woman passed , along, and although she coldly said nothing she changed the drift of our talk. Said Smith: \"She didn't look this way, vou noticed ? Well,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 November 1877

•A- DREAM-DEATH. Pock me slowlv. crooning lowlv. Till I glmnber . • \" . \"Gainst the shutter, weird birds flutter Without number. In this queer, dark kitchen, I mark How the light \"glares From the sweeping fireplace leaping, , The red flame flares. O'er the fire hung, long has loud sung. , •With its (-team-breath. The large kettle of dark metal— ?mig of tlream-deajh. • Herbs slow-steeping send up creeping Wreaths of vapor: .On the table, like some fable. Barns a taper. Tift I slumber, croon the number Of the clock-tones: \"Drift to dream-death,\" sinus the ste.im-Drcath, While the wind moans. Croon that story, pray and gory. Which my heart knows: , Quite dead—savinjr mine eyes raving As the wind blows. For mine eyes are at a wise war With death—daring They to wage on and to rage on. Horror-bearing. And, here lying. I've been dyin-r, And am now dead \" \" O'er the arm-chair falls mv loose hair From a numb head. Hear the drifting sea-mews lifting Voices quavering Inside, steam the h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 30 November 1877

1JI?ATTY piano, organ best tgpLook' etartling! Seel OigauB^lSstnptt $55. Pianos only $)30, «ost t«S0. Cfr. tree. Daniel F. Beatty, Washington, N 3 Guns and revolvers. Illustrated Price Ha* free. Great Western Gnn Works, Pittsburg. Pa. \"!?*»«A Mammoth Outfit to everybody. :Stwn £ i Cw winder watch free with. fiWf drdtfri .Yl'in dollars n day guaranteed. % Al^J&liAiCtiV Philadelphia, Pa., or Milwaukee? Agents w a n t e d ffcr •^QP^fc-ttflis^ T3AYS OF A book of marvelous beantv and rtcbtteft'in thought, style,and historical facts. Gives tho very cream of science, making its thrilling .wonders and bright gems.household treasnies. Knoorsed by tho Press and Clergy everywhere, Hare chance foragents. Sales Lumens , Sample illustraitons, circulars and terms free. J.C. MeCurdy f Co..GOLD Chicago, in. . « . - • • ' ACENTS WANTED! FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO. 8i9 Broadway. New York City Chicago, 111. New Orhvtns,La., or-Nan Petricl«c Cal JACKSON'S BEST SWEET HAV...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 December 1877

r£f\" * . W'*£--^f!?0 *'/i\" w THE EXPOSITOR CHABLES I. MARTIN, . tE d it or a n d Prop r I e tor. . PaUiihed Every TriUj, AT fTWBQIOI BAT, i : WIHOOUIH. •Â» Kn TERMS OF SUB SCR fP TION: »ne Year (to aivaace) . . fj J 0 ix months \" \" ... i 7S Three\" \" \" „ . . . . ?.. 40 NOT tAlO UMTIC 3 MONTHS AFTER SUUCftttlNC: Jne Year.... • ,fz «, tixmoaihs.. , OQ T I N D EPEN © E N T. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay OurHome TheInterests or the People of boor County Our Aim. Vol 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, December 7,1877. No. 8 T HE EXPOSITOR PRINTINGv-BOJ O F. P I C E v, Has been refitted with New Borders of *ariou* kinds. Also » large assortment of.type of the most modern styles. With the additional Mipply of material we feet confident that we ean give satisfaction OP all work entrusted to us, and solicit aft much of y«ur patronage as you feel desirous •Â« giving us. • . ... All orders sent by mail will receive prompt attention, and the work forwarded to the parties i...

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

• ( THE. EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. T HE French newspaper reporters were baffled in their attempts to. coax an opinion on French politics out of ex- president Grant. There isn't any dan- ger of Grant's injuring this country or himself either, by talking too mud). ANimpoitant movement of a large Russian army in the vicinity of Or- chansi, in Bulgaria, is reported, and it is believed that the Russians will attempt a passage of the Balkans at Sofia. This movement is doubtless made for the purpose of enlisting the co-operation of the Servians in the war against Turkey .BERLIN advices state that negotiations are now going on between the German government and that of the United States, for a new mutual naturalization treaty, to supercede all former treaties between the two countries and to bo on a very much broader basis than has. .hitherto existed. The treaty will settW those international questions which have heretofore caused misunderstand- ing between the two countries in reg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 December 1877

H U I J I M I I — p BatoaaBEBOB THE BATTLE OF ERZEROUM. Fivid description of the Charge on the Heights of DcTeboyun. Sunday, the 4th inst., almost every man ,of 'these forty-five .battalions had noise- lessly crept ever the hills formed by the I branching spurs of the Sogilhar Dagh, The London Telegraph's special cor-! and had hidden themselves in the gul- respondent at Erzeroum gives the fol- lowing vivid.description of the capture of the heights of Deveboyun: After the surprise of Bassan Kaleh, reported in my previous dispatches, Mukhtar Pasha' having splendidly ef- fected, under circumstances of grtat difficulty, a union of the greater part of bis scattered forces, fell back in good order upon the strongly-fortified posi- tion of the pass of Deveboyun, which forms the only road from the plain to Erzeroum. This narrow defile leads up the face of a mountain, and every inch of it is commanded from the sides of the hill. Thus strong by nature, it had been placed by art in a state of ...

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

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAT, DEC 7.1877 WHITER SNOWFLIKES. ' ooooococooo Freezing weather. . Catarrh season at hand. Read new advertisements. Coughs andfcoldsare very prevalent. We have h«d lots of weather this week. There is no law against opening a postal card. Keep the women good natured. Christ- mas pretty soon. Frost has tiiken the \"squab\" out of the roads in (lie village. Mr. Fred Arldt, of Bailey's Harbor, was in the village this week. There'll be no such thing as putting off winter a great while longer. There is a rumor prevalent that the roads arc in a bad condition. A woman may not be an angle and still have wings—toflym a passion with. A neat little sign is that of Mr. H. T.ed ScudderV \"Abstract and Law Office.' * OOLD WEMHNti RINGS nt Drugstore The beautiful fragrance from flower beds out of doors no longer greets us for '77. The steamer Union layed up, and went into winter quarters lust Wednesday ut Green Bay. It is strange how crowded two young men will make the la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 December 1877

m EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY U HASTIH, EDITOS AND PB0P% anythihg ever before offered so low as 1 Juiymen, on Washington Island, and the rie- $2 50 but this one is sold for $1,50. But duction in mileage from Washington Island to one is giren to every' Subscriber to the Estsanaba at $51 90. qual Rights and Justice in All Things. JBGEON BAY, WIS., DEC. 7, 1877 Berlin correspondent says negotia- QB between Germany and the United tes for a mutual naturalization treaty, supersede treaties now in force with the erat German States, are for a treaty a much wider baisia than has hitherto en stated. The treaty is to settle all ernational questions which have hither- caused misunderstanding, such as nat- ilization, extradition, commercial inter- use, the marriage laws, and the protec- of trade-marks. American Agriculturist, who simply *adds 40 cents to the regular subscription price —that i9, the paper is tent one year, with the $1.50 Microscope, for only $2.00. If to be delivered free to...

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

A SET-OFF FOR GENEVA. A Nice Little Bill of $5,000,000 to Pay. New York Lvenir.\"'Post. • The award of the fisheries commis- sion is. on the whole, satisfactory for . . .-, - several reasons. First and fundament-. P™!? eastern women a higher value ally, because it ends a series of long and bitter disputes with Qftnada and Great Britain dating back as far as 1794, and ends them by the honest judgment of an arbitration whicli will bo anew and wholesome precedent when other international disputes are to be adjust- ed. The present court of arbitration was provided for under the treaty of Washington, which also provided for the similar court at Geneva, whereby wo were awarded $15,500,000 in gold in satisfaction of the Alabama claims. Under that treaty mutual concessions in. regard to fisheries and other matters, on the part of Canada and the'United Stales, were yielded but inasmuch as Canada asserted that the excess of ad- vantage in respect to the concessions was on our side, the fish...

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

AT THE CLUB WINDOW. rirru AVBNUE, 5 P. M The lady whom I bowed to in that carriage? I thought you knew her— Mrs. So'oo Brown One of oar beauties. Jlade a brilliant mar- riage,: ,• • Plenty'oPmoney—splendid,bouse up town.' Yon ninst have beard about her-Belle Van Voortle- She made her debut while yon were abroad: The. men went wild .about her grace .and beauty The women hated her with one accord. That was Brown with her. Took him for her father? We'l, yes, ihere's no denying that he'6 old I think*I'll paint the u.otiern upld rather Stoutish and ba d with both hands full of gold. That id the way, you know: we worship money: And hearts, hke stocks on 'Change are bought and sold. The fairest woman turns with smiles of honev At flash of jewels and the chink of gold. Ab, .VCB I loved her 'tis the same old story. . i Since God cursed Adam with the gift of Eve. i I'd naught to offer but my hopes of tjlorv. And he had millions BO why should'l grieve? Was she not wise? How could a hot-house l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 December 1877

BEfTlTY piano, organ best ttTLookl startling! £I?J Ofgaus, 12 stops $55. Pianos only $130, coat $850. Clr. free. Daniel V. Beatty, Washington, N J rU« w M and revolvers. Illustrated P rice list free. U U U L o Grea^Western Gun Works, Pittsburg. Pa V W A Q Mammoth Outflt to everybody. Stem JC 1 ww winder watch free with first order. Ten dollars a day guaranteed. M. C'ronogh & Co Philadelphia, Pa., or Milwaukee, Wisconsin. _ \\ Agents wanted fo the \" w o r l t DAY S Or F a o d A book of marvelous beauty and richness in thought style.,and historical facts. Gives.the very cream of science, making its thrilling wonders and bright gems household treasnres. Endorsed by the Press and Clergy everywhere. Rare chance foragentfl. Sales immense, Sample illtiatraitons, circulars and terms free. J . C. rticCordy .&. . o. Chicago, III. AGENTS WANTED! FOR PARTICULARS ADDRE-S WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO. 829 Broadway, New York City Chicago, III. New Orleans, La., . or Han Francisco Cat JACKSO...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 December 1877

1878. FOR 1878. THE^ ESPOSITOR 4 0 COJ^jNT '^fiWSPSP^ All set in brevier type, thus giving its Readers one- third more Reading Matter than any other paper published North-east of Green Bay. r*rr:BX.isii:Eei nsr STITHCEOIT BA7 , WISCONSIN. T H Paper for (heE OUR CLUB RATES FOR SUBSCRIBERS: The following is a partial list of papers and periodicals which enn be had togeilnr with TII13 EXroSl I'OR for hut a\" little more than the price of the outside paper. It is necessary to send the amount in CASH whieh is given in the last column of prices under the heading of \"WITH THE Evros- iTon,\" as the prices quoted are just about what it costs to-print the papers, and we are obliged to send the .CASH with each name. .Those who have \"already paid f.-r THE EXPOSITOR in acUancv,' can have the same reduction on any paper an a new subscriber, by addr^ssintc this . ofiire. I'M)- terms. We give our subscribers the bene- fit of the. reduction we obtain on other publications, together with a reductio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 December 1877

THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIlf, |Bditor and Proprietor. PubliihedXyeryMky, m U K I BAf, i WItOOIIII. TERMS OFSUBSCRIPflom fee Year (U adfuce). _ • . •ix month*\" •'•• . . **' 5°0 Tkree' » » . « r 40 HOT FAtD OMTIL 3 MONTHS AFTSK (UMCWIIHC: Oat Year, .\". » „ Six month*.!.. \"\"..\"\".V\"\"\"r 1 00 PLEVNA FALLS! CBIT an'c Wjbele Army Were Perishing from Stinger and Cola, Makes a Desper- ate Sortie and Meets with Crushing Defeat. Part of the Euasian Baltic Sea Fleet hare Sailed for the Mediterreanean. Siena Captnredbythe Turks, wlthFrlsonen, Sons, Stores, Etc. The Bnaslans Handled Livelv by the Turks at Eamarli and Tirnova. BERLIN, Dec. 4.—The NwM German Ga- » •Â« 8itys: -Lord Derby's recent speech in- dicutea Unit England has now resolved to abstain from intervention, and not raise obstacles to peace which may be presuma. bly brought about under the aegis of the vigilance of the three Emperors. The points which Lord Derby reserves as involving British imoieMs uilr not be touc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 December 1877

THE EXPOSITOR STUKGEON BAY^WISCONSIN. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ^WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.—The following is the message, transmitted to congress , to-day. - ':.• \\-' : Felloiv citizens of the Senate and House of Bepresintaiives:—With great gratitudewill to the bountiful Giver of al} good, I con- gratulate you at the beginning'of your first session. You find your country blessed with health and peace and an abundant harvest, and with encourag- ing prospects of an early return of general prosperity. To complete and make permanent the pacification of the, country continues to be and must o remain until it is fully accomplished, the most important of all our national interests. The earnest purpose of good citizens generally to unite their efforts in these endeavors, is evident. It is found in decided expressions in those resolutions announced in 1876 bythe na- tional conventions of the leading politi- cal parties of the country. THE SOUTHERN POLICY. There was a w'ide-spread apprehen- sion that mo...

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