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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 December 1877

The Russio-Tnrkish War. CONVEMNGTAKLIAMEST. London dispatches of Dec. 19th says, tlie morning papers officially announce ^hat parliament will meet Jan. 17. \" It is stated that the cabinet has de- cided to ask parliament,to vote a grant : of money for such increase in the Brit- ish army as the present state of Europe demands. SOOTHIXG THINGS. The Times deprecates too much im- portance beingr attached to the early summoning of parliament, and points to instances in which the cabinet's ac- tions have been misinterpreted even by their own supporters, as for instance the sending of the fleet to Besika Bay. If any previous cabinet had summoned parliament thus early the natural infer- ence would have been that they were about to demand a grant of money for the support of some step taken by' the Queen on the advice of her ministers. The Times thinks such a conclusion in this case would be'far in advance of the truth. Parliament will not meet to en- '.y force a resolution that has been form...

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 — 28 December 1877

r* *v«ferSsfc ••S& Yin oar store may be found one of the most com- plete stock of goodsfsver brought to Sturgeon Bay. Our stock consist* oi everything\" usually kept in a country store. . • * !«^ry-Goq*i' -::.R«»Jy.Mide' Clothing/ H a t * / and Caps ' fliCf\"':. Boot* and Shots, • '-•\"'• . Groceries, • Provisions, . . iiC Hardware, Crockery,\"' • Etc., Etc. ' all selected with special reference to the wants of tea people of Door county, and wc JIU safely guar- antee satisfaction. FHLDMAHN & COCKKHS, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. • v4t Green Bay and Minnesota . . R A I L R O A D . • Summer Time Table, in Effect ya y 27, 1877 HOISO WEST . accom. De~part 8 oa am /:'.»-S3 .:*MJ»p -, Arrive 6 50 pin Depart 630 am 110 »' S5 448 pm OMom Arrive pass, ex Depart 9 30 am to 35 11 33: Arrive ' t o o Dept. I 3 0 DPt:V a 36 1 Arrive m S 3' 6 5 8 7 41 Arr GOING EA8T STATIONS ..Green Bay.. ...Seymour... .New London. Amherst June .Plover Grand Rapids ...Hatfield ... Meirillan Jun. ..White...

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 — 4 January 1878

THE KXP0SITOR CJIABLES I. MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . PoUiiliedETwyrriiaj, . .-•:.-7 ' .-••y-'AT CTVBGEOS BAY, : : : WI8CQK8IK. TERMS OF SUBSCRIP TION: --• fc so - - - - 7S - 40 NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year—-..™...... %a 00 Six months.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 1 00 One Yea,r (In advance)........ Six months \" *•' . . 1 . . ' .. T h r e e \" \" \" I N D E T E W D E N T. The W o r l d p u p Field Sturgeori Bay Our H o m e T/r»« Interests of the People of Door County Out Aim. Vol. 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door Countyi Wisconsin, January 4, 1878. No. 1 1 THE EXPOSITOR # •TO: O F P I C' Has been refitted with Newjibrders of various kinds. Also'* large assortment of type of the most modern styles. With,the additional supply of material we feel confident that yj« ean give satisfaction OP all work entrusted to us, and solicit as much of your patronage as you feel desirous of giving us. // \" All, orders sent/hy' mail ...

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 — 4 January 1878

^^ ^]fbsiT6R. : STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. A DENVER, Col., incendiary fire burn- ed seven persons to death. SEN. PATTERSON who has been danger- ously sick at Washington is reco/yering'. CHICAGO had a grand babyihpw last week, at which the' admittance fees reached $3,000 the numper of babies' exceeded 500. Just when the judges were about to make the awards of prize* it was discovered thai the treasurer had absconded with allelic money. THE latest news from the Mexican frontier indicates a better feeling than the advocates of war anticipated. The recent troubles in Texas seem to be mainly of a local nature, and confined exclusively to Texans. There was no Mexican citizens engaged on either side in ihe late \"trouble in El Paso, and stories to the contrary are purely im- aginary. FERNANDO WOOD did not go home for the holidays but.remained in Washing- ton, where he and a few other, members of the Ways and Means committee are busily engaged upon a new tariff bill. It is said that this bill...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 January 1878

A CALIFORNIA WEDDING. How (he Ceromonies Were Conducted 'Twenty-Five Years Ago. •Jessie Benton (Mrs. Gen. Fremont) iu Harper for January. During the time I was in Sun Jose I saw in' perfection the good riding of the cotihtry.* Fjrom my hammock, swung under the open gallery of the house where we were fortunate enough to have.a room, I heard and saw the festivities of a California wedding. These lasted three days. It was a wedding among the vaqueros, and attended, therefore, by good riders. The bride's house was not much of a building, but extensive temporary shelter had been put up for dancing-rooms, covered over with green boughs—a ramanda. But the point of rivalry am®ng the. guests was more in riding than in dancing, though after riding all day they would dance all night and all day and all night that one air was repeated by violins, guitars and voices, until th'e drone of it got into the air, and made as much a part of it as does the whir of locusts in the autumn months. The firs...

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 — 4 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, JAN. 4, 1878. Get out 'your \"ice boots.\" '77 is a tiling of the past. Linen coats sold cheap last night. County Board meets next Tuesday. \"'Jack Reilley has gone into the woods.\" Our farmers are beginning to bring fresh pork into market. Dried butterflies arc used for ornamen- ting floral pieces. Remember your poor neighbor—you who have pleanty. Winter accompanied by snow and wind arrived last night. The steam ferry ceased running for the season last evening. - Turkey raffles give some men an excuse to stay out late o' nighta. The United States doughnut is unknown to unsophisticated Paris. 1878 \"came in like a lion.\" We hope it will \"go out like a lamb.\" Deer are beginning to look for winter quarters in the thick swamps. ' At Christiansburg, Va., nice apple? are selling at 26 tents per bushel. \"If nothing happens, more than what occurs.\" is a cautious new saying. Notwithstanding the heavy North wind, ice is ''making\" rapidly in tue bay. The Te...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVE£ Y FRIDAY C. L lUETOff, IKTOBAft? lUffl. \"JUSTICE.\" Make the greenbacks* a legal cendtr for all daw —the* COM the people nothing I Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a yearl Why give the prWilc^ w a Corporation to get money on bonda for notnine, and deny that right to an indlridaal who holds h. boad? Thia government has been ran for the benefit of the bbylocka and Gold Gambler! The Greenback party propose to run it in the interest of the People and Labor I STURGEON BAY, WIS.. JAN. 4. 181§ Th e Greenback and Silver Association, which met in Washington recently for organ- ization, has selected a member of Congress from each State, as follows: to compose a committee for the purpose of promoting such legislation as the members believe in Massa- husetts, B . F . Butler Connecticut, Phelps Maryland,!i Roberts Pennsylvania. Kelly Virginia, Pridemore North Carolina, Yeates South Carolina, Fenn Georgia, Gordon Alabama, Ligo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 January 1878

\" Sorts. .• .\" ?iL New Yoik court has decided\" that wedding presents are the property, not of the husband and wife, buj of the wife Alone. The little village of Antwerp, N. Y.,made contains sixty-two widows i book- agent or sewing-machine man, chey say, ever goes into the place without coming but dead or married. A Cbnnecticut Jonathan, in taking a, waik \\vith- his dearest, came to a toll- bridge, when he, aa honest as he was wont to be, said, after paying his own , toll, (which was one cent,) '\"Come, Suke, fiku ro must pay your'own loll, for jist as e as not I shan't have you after all.\" Among novelties constructed of paper is a chimney for a factory at Breslau, Long Island. It is fifty feet high, and rendered fire-proof and impervious to water by a chemical preparation. Next we may expect stoves and grates made of paper. A railroad branch of the Young Men's Christian Association has been organized at Keyser, West Virginia. It is the pur- pose of the new association to provid...

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 — 4 January 1878

NEW YEAR'S MORNING. Only a night from Old to New! Ouly a night and so. much wrought! The Old Year's heart all wcarv grew, But said, -'The New Year rest has brought. The Old Year's heart. Its hopes laid down As in a grave but trusting said. 'The blossoms of the New Year's crown Bloom from the astes of the dead.\"' The Old Year's heart was full of greed: With selfishness it longed and ached, And cried, 'I have not half I need, Jty thirst is bitter and unslaked, MJBut to the New Year's generous hand All gifts in plenty shall return True loving, it shall understand. By all my failures it shall learn. \"I have been reckless it shall be Quiet and calm, and pure of lire, I was a slave it shall go free. . Andfindsweet peace where I leave strife. Only a night from Old to New! Never a night such changes brought. The Old Year has its work to do ^Tb/J New Year miracles are wrought.- Always a night from old to new'1 Nichr, and thu healing balm of sleep! Each morn Is New Year's morn some time, Wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 January 1878

NEW STOCK. In our store may be found one ol the most com- plete stock of goodsjever brought to Sturgeon Bay. Our stock consist* of everything usually kept in » country store, i ) r y G i ^ g / Ready. M»U,e Clothing, itats • and Caps '••• i • Boon and Shoes, . .. ' Groceries, * Provisions, Hardware, Crockery, Ktc'F.tc.\" »H selected with special reference.to the. wants of die people of Door county, and we i»ii safely guar- antee satisfaction/ FKI.UMANN 1 COCHKMH. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. ®v witt Green Bay and Minnesota R A I L R O A D . Summer Time. Table, in Eft'ec OOING WEST accom. Depart Boo am S u 30 pm 4 o# S '7. Airive 6 50 pm Depart 0 30 am r to \" 35 4«Spm » pass, ex Depart 030 am to 95 . \" 3 3 . Arrive • t o o 1 Dept. \\ l a o ) »5J Arrive Dpt.[ » 36 4S». Arrive S3« 658 6%r 741 Q i 7 P m U i 7 Arrive TTrlve 1 0 3 0 pm 'joaopm STATIONS \"\"*\"\" ~ * '' ~~ ..Green Bay.. ...Seymour... .New London. Amherst June Plover Grand Rapids ...Hatfield .. . Metriltan Jun. ..Wh...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, Editor an d Proprietor. PaHiiWl B T « 7 Friday, STtTKeSOX BAT, WISC0K8I5. TERMS OF SUBSCRIP TION . ' One Year (In advase*)............. . . . . . . . . *t s o Six months'1 •Â« * J° Three \" « \" •.IV.\"\"\"\"'.\"'.'.'. 7 0 WOT PAID 17KTIL 3 MOUTHS AFTER SUBOCltlBHIG: One Year.. \" », •„ si« months : : : \" j : : *, £ I N D E BlE N D E N T. The Worl d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our H o m e The Interesu of the People of Door County Our Aii Vol. 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, January 11,1878. No. 13 ON TO AORIANOPLE, Excitement in Crete, over a Threatened • Massacre by theTurks—The British . Consul Flees for his Life, The Ensslans Cross the Balkans Through Schipka Pass, the Turks having Abandoned their Positions be- cause of the Severe Cold. Russia throwing out Feelers ^-the Basis on Which Turkey Wilf^gree to an • Armistice.' A Rumor that the Porte has Asked for an Armistice Through England. Five-thousand More Troops From Egypt for the Turks...

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 — 11 January 1878

^^^^s&^ vt STUKOEON BAY, WISCONSIN. - C'.\\'.''.','' .'..'.. /• . . ' • ' , ' • f\",'• — • •.-i-A.-r\" v J^pAUGUTEiroif the poet Longfellow is soon to be married to a son of Rich- ard it. t)^ha, Jr. I%\"'?^^tennbShieep Breeders' Associa- * iibri of Wisconsin, will hold its annual 'meeting at Waukesha, commencing -Jan . 15th. THE greenback party held h very large meeting on January 1st at liarris- *burg, Pennsylvania. This may be des- ignated the first gun of the year 1878. . DURING ll^prthe postoflice depart- ment cost the people of the United States six millions of dollars more than the receipts. The sum of $1,024,719.16 •was derived from newspaper publish- ers. The number of dead letters re- ceived was 3,288,290, containing $40,- 062.41 in money and $1,361,780.49 in valuable papers $4,754 could not be re- stored to the owners. The large num- ber of dead letters show an astonishing amount of carelessness or ignorance on the part of the letter writers..1 . Foreign War News. IlEA...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 January 1878

ASYMPATHETIC REPORTER. How a Tonng Reporter Sympathized With an Unftrtnnate Mather at the ~ Recent' Exposition of Babies m New York City. Rochester Democrat. • A young reporter of a New York paper attended the baby show and in- spected a pair of twins. \" Very pretty, indeed,\"„hesaid, with sweet earnestness. \"Which is the oldest?\" • \" Neither !\" said the mother, looking surprised and-somewhat angry. « \" I observe,\" he continued, pointing at one of the cherub* with his pencil, \" that this little one does not look well. I trust he has euoughjto cut?\" \" He is a girl, sir !\" replied the mother with intense dignity. '• Her diet is properly attended to,\" sir I\"\" ' •' Yes, of course,\" continued the young reporter, looking more critically at the child, \".I was aware of that, I misspoke. Now don't you think that the paleness of the little thing is unnatural? I would not insinuate that it has not enough to eat, but is the food of the right kind ? Now I know that nothing build...

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 — 11 January 1878

fSjM Ilil'inTOEbNrBAY,3AN.11,18^8. X . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . • |J Siibwi Wednesday eight. M ^ d s t i l l the Chicago banks fall. ^i^tbts.!'''of new\" ads. thisweek. Read ^em..iv' -': \\' ' rfA J. Eichjnger, of Gardner, was in town \"Tuesday. ?? lne,t)0 Jy writep that half cents ought |itb be coined. ''Slefgh bells made their jingle distinctly heaid yesterday. J \"Cut feet\" are flourishing. See items •under head elsewhere Notice advertfaement concerning ganal lands elsewhere in this issue. - M r . J . Smith, of Jacksonport, favored us with a call Monday evening. Mrs. Dr. McEacham has been sick for a few days, but is now on the gain. We acknowledge a call from Hon. C. Scofield, of Red River, last Monday. Mr. John Graham, of Egg Harbor, was in this village the forepaft of this week. Skating was the order of the day last _Sunday, with a great many of the boys' in this village. Scofleld & Co. speak to the people through the EXPOSITOR this week. See advertisement elsewhere. We lea...

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 — 11 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVfeHY FRIDAY C.I. VABTI1T, EDITOB AND PEOP'B. \"JUSTICE.\" t Make the greentmcks a legal tender for all dues —they cost the people nothing!. Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed .$127,000,000 a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing and deny that right to an individual who holds u bond? This government has been run for thethe benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gambler! The Greenback party propose to run it in the interest of the People and Labor! STURGEON BAY, WIS., JAN. 11, 1878 Gall for a National Convention. The undersigned, believing the present fi- nancial policy of those in control of the Fed- eral Government is destructive of the best in- terests of the people, and that if continued, will bring general ruin and unprecedented suf- fering upon the industrial classes and also believing that thorough organization and uni- ty of action may induce those in power to take such steps as will avert su...

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 — 11 January 1878

?WA& ^S|IAIf : A V.^itEAT«: GENERAL. Gen McClcllan Hints that Ho was • N^ Fall of FleVna. In an article onthe \" Capture of Kara and.-'.Fall of Plevna/' in the North American Review, Gen, George B. Mc-have Ciellan says: ' Osman Pasha was treated by the czar with a degree of courtesy and con- sideration justified, perhaps, by his obstinate courage,' but certainly not by the inhurn.au brutality .which constantly ^characterized the conduct of his troops Upward the wounded Eussians which fell into their hands. . We do not yet know with suHieient accuracy the means at Osman'sdisposal, or all the circumstances which sur- rounded him, to, justify a final judg- ment upon the merits of his defense from a professional point of view. He certainly deserves the credit of obsti- nate gallantry, but it now appears more like the conduct of a wild beast at bay than that of a skillfulj general. He selected his position well and fortified it'with skill, but it does not appear that lie took advant...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 January 1878

DREAMS. Dreams, only foolish dreams, may ho. Is wakefulness so wise? These eyes are dull—what if wo see in dreams with keener eyes J Borne dreams we've known more wakeful far Than any waking hours. When wc make fast with lock and bar This Haunted House of ours, All day we shut oat doors, bat sleep • '. Sets doors and windows wide .' • The ghoBts coine In with steal thy creep, And throuph tne chamber glide. Sometimes ?hey come in trooping hosts,. And sometimes one by one We call them dreams but they are ghost*, Of days and years long gone. And some with mirth and laughter come. And some' look gravely glad With angry, frowning faees some Pass by. and some are sad. And some—they hover round EH long, With pitiful sweet smile- Alas! we did them grievous wron • . And slew ourselves the while! As on your fading ghosts we gaze, Sure death's no sharper pain. '•.••• O Days that should have been! O Days That ne'er can come again! » —Good Words. - • • » • ' - • • ' . • ' - • WINN'S BLUNDER. B...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 January 1878

Live Agents Wanted g3&sell Dr. Chase's Receiptsr prjnforma- f nbn for Everybody, fat ev^rj c o i i ^ l n the : United States and C a h a d ^ i ^ l a m ^ # ^ publisher to 658 pages.--^^i^^^^v^Stoou h O ^ ^ d te»ipe|^ j ^ j ^ ^ i ^ ^ a a s s e s and conditions of%iociet^|J^MgBTOlbook and a household necessityj^|^|^^- ' sight Greatest inducements erer pffSwiPrtp boolr stents. Sample copies sent by mail postpaid ^ or IJa, Exclusive territory given. Agents more than double their money. Address Dr, 'Chase's Steam Printing House. Ann Arbor, Michigan. '\"• ' 8-21 Bay and Minnesota RAILROAD. Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 «OIHfiin»T Depart,j Depart toe-am is 3»pm S»7 Arrive 6 {opro Depart 630 am \" 5 5 4 48 pm Arrive pass. e 930 am io'»5 \" 3 3. Arrive • 100 ) Dept. I 30) Arrive opt. [ »35 Arrive 1$* Arrive 10 ao pra'io 20 pm GOING BA8T STATIONS .Green Bay.. .iSeyraour... .New London. Amherst June ....Plover.... Grand Rapids ...Hatfield . . . Meirillan Jun. ..Whitehall....

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 — 18 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR ' - '•' ' ?L_j CHARLES I. MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . HWishtdSrery Friday, *TDitt)EO. BAT, WI8C0KST5. TERMS OF SUBSCRIP TWX: One. Year ( U advance).... %' Three ^ NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBS.CRIBJNG: One Year..... - 81* months... *a °° • . j oo I N DEBE N D EN T. The Worl d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The 1 merest* of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol.5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, January 18, 1878. No. 14 SCHIPKA TAKEN. The Great severity of the Weather, and the Horrible Hardships of the Troops. Many of the Men Frozen to Death in their Tracks. . - Badetzky, After Desperate Fighting, Cap* tares Schipka Pass, and the En- tire Turkish Army Defending It. The Quadrilateral Isolated, and the^ Rus- sians Substantially Hasten of the Sreat Lines of Defense. The Turkish Commanders Ordered to Con- clude an Armistice With fiussia. LONDON, Jan. 8.—Evidence ac3umulates that the war party in England is losing what little ground it ever...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 January 1878

T H E EXPOSITOR ^ETPBGBOITBAY WISCONSIN. • 1 4 * e Cochrane JPalents. . \\^0^Mi'me0iaB^^fjm-,a, copy of the argument of GeorgeHarding of Phila., before the Supreme court, ona motion to Met aside a former decree in theriotism case of the Middlings Purifier Company. Below will be found the opinion of the court. While, it declines to set aside the decree as between the parties to it, it expressly says that the case was not properly presented before it and should not be allowed to prejudice any other party. This, as we understand, was all the millers desired. All there was for. the Washington ring of conspirators to stand upon, was this supreme court de- cision, and now that that is taken from them, they are left in a very unenviable position. We are glad that the supreme court has seen its error, and retraced its steps. The case is a very remarka- ble one, and shows more clearly than anything that has over gone before, the necessity of some radical changes in our patent laws. Here was ...

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