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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 January 1878

GOYEBXOB'S MESSAGE. d Fellow Citizens of the Senate and Assem bly: I congratulate you that, for blessings conferred and evils averted/the people of Wisconsin have reason to be profoundly grateful to that Divine Providence .without whose favor neither nations, states itor individuals can prosper. Ifnc'ther capital nor labor have received such ample re- wards as In some preceding ycars.yet the represen- tatives of both in Wisconsin.have been \"spared the expenses, the losses and the bloodshed which in so many places characterized and accompanied the discussion and settlement of the questions at issue between them. There have been nodias- trous failures among our banks, insurance compa- nies or manufacturing establishments,\" which af- fords gratifying evidence of the honesty and pru- dence of our people and a* a result thereof the private business interests of the state are upon a safe foundation. PIBMC FINANCES. The reports of the Secretary of State and State Treasurer. Ailed with va...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. ^ORGEON BAY, JAN. 18,18^8. HUNTER SSOWFLAKES. Look out for snow. •.'•','• . -Only «,60 per annum. See notice of ' 'lost pup.\" • Frank Kimber i? a \"pa\" now, The Green Bay Mail again arrives on time. * Advent services the rest of this week in Bay View. , , Don't forget the Nickel Entertainmeut Wednesday evening. Join the Grcenbackers and be a—well, that's to be found out. Every coy who hasn't a pair of skates now-a-days, wishes he had. What is home without a mother—like- wise without the EXPOSITOU. sor Great bargains in dry goods, flan- nels, etc., at A. W. Lawrence & Co's. Notice Govenor Smith's message on the inBide of this paper. We give it in full. Mrs. Paul Rose, who was taken with fainting spells • Sunday, is now recover- ing. , The Temple of Honor is doing good work in the cause of humanity in this village. ' ' . * ' ' \" We acknowledge an agreeable call from Mr. John Rottman, of Bailey's Harbor, Tuesday. A full, list of appointments by the new State offi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBUHHELl KV KK.V FR1 DAY . C. I. UA&m, BDXTOB AHD fBOFB. \"JUSTICE.\" Make the greenbacks a legal lender 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 a bond? This government has been run for the benefit of the Sbylocks and Gold Gambler! The Greenback party propose to run. it in the interest of the People and JLaborl S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , J A N . 18, 1878 T h e Ne w ,York Board of Aldermen have adopted a resolution in which they declare that a greater benetit could be-gained by the city by the discharge of W m . M. Twee d from imprisonment than by his longer detention and they recommend the Attornev-Generai and Corporation Counsel to release hi m from imprisonment, after securing the city such property as he no w possesses, and after takingirency, o r mone...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 January 1878

HOW JOE WEAKENED. '\"• \" •\"'• '•' AY M. QUAD.' '\". In thdtgreM^ho^eaJioe bend of. the fiittle Bear-Paw AJBuntain, which ,. catches a great flood of sunshine, at noonday, we had a village. Sixty strong and sturdy men were digging into the bass of the black-topped mountain in search of silver. v We were not in luck, and though / each' man was gloomy and discouraged^ there was r»o excuse for murder. We had banded together to share and share alike, and if fortune smiled on bnq, all would receive benefits. One night, when the day's toil of fifty- seven men yielded an estimate of only six dollars, the miners cursed and swore, and felt like striking each other We were short of provisions, new tools were needed, and the men turned in for the night with a determination to strike for some other locality if the next day's work should exhibit like barren results. 'At midnight there was a great outcry.\" It was not an Indian, attack, as each miner anticipated when he rushed out. but a horrib...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 January 1878

THE WIFE'S FLIGHTS {From Morshead'* 2kkw. Trpttelatlon-of tht Ago- numnon'Qf^&tihylu*.] W'oc for the home, the kome! ami for the chief- tain's woe!'' \\ .. •' Woe for tbe,hride-bed, warm Yet from.J'tfic lovely limbs, the impress of tlu .Q£ ber who loved her lord, awhile ago I jAnd wrfe! for him who stands Shamed, silent, unreproachful, stretching hands That And her not, anil sees, yet'will hot see. That she is far away! And his iad fancy, yearning o'er th«» sea. Shall summon and, recall Her wrath, once more to queen' it in his hall. And Bad with many memories. The fair, cold beauty of her sculptured face — Aud all tobatefulnesa is turned their grace Seen blunkly by forlorn and hungering evesl And when the night is deep, \" Gome visions, sweet and sad, and bearing pain Of hopinffs vainr- Void. void and vain, lor scarce the sleeping sight Has seen.Its old delight. When thro1-toe grasps of love that bid it stay. It vanishes away On silent wings that roam adown the wavs of Meep! ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, JAN. 18,1878. Wftsliington, I). C. / WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 1878, 'i The break in the routine of Depart- merit work caused by the holidays has closed and business again assumes its . \" - . ' • • . • • • « wonted channels. Receptions do-not commence here until after Christmas and' the long put-up restraint of bells andv beaux makes everybody now on the qui vive for Germans, Kettledrums, Tea parties and Bills, and until Lent every thing will be drawn into the fes- rive whirlpool of gayity and fashion. One of the leaders in fashionable cir- cles is Mrs. Kate Chase Sprague, a daughter of the late Chief Justice and wife of Ex-Senator Sprague. She has for years held the undisputed title of the : most beautiful woman of the Capital. Here where she is best known, the ro- mance of her life is oft told. She was a reekless ambi'ious girl and the ideal ? and bold purpose of her life was to have : her father President. Just before the nomination in i860, she as the ma...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I. MARTIN, Editor an d Proprietor Published Every Friday, STPBGBOH BAY, WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (in advaaee) _• $ t So Six months \" \" 7C Three \" *« » \\% NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS ArTER SUBSCRIBING*. One Year $ 2 oo Six months.. i oo '• • ' {.' • ' • •• ' • • T H E EXPOSITOR. I N D E P E N D EN T. '_ . , ' ' _. • r The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People or Door County Our Aim. Vol. 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, January 25, 1878. No. 15 THE EXPOSITOR J O B PRINTING O F F I G E Has been refitted with New B o r i m o f variou timU A \\ s o * large assortment ol type oi the mo\"dtSmodln, s!vleBs. With the addijjonal supply or material we feel confident that we fan give art much of your patronage as you teel desirous at S sent by mail will receive prompt attention, and the work forwarded to the part.es .n the shortest possible space of time. rsr - Pi « * M WHITE AH- ORDERS DISTINCTLY | » - 1 LEASE WRI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. Legislative Summary. • FRIDAY Jan. 11.—Senate.—Resolutions were introduced' instructing the revisers of the statutes to report and distribut- ing the executive message to appropri- ate committees. Bills were introduced, to provide for the purchase of 400 \"copies of Webster's Unabridged Dic- tionary to provide for the relief of the family of the late Moses M. Strong and to discover books, papers etc. in suits in courts of record. The Bland silver bill resolution of Sen. Price was made the special order for Wednesday the 16th. The Senate then adjourned until Monday evening Jan. 14thi . FRIDAY Jan. 11.—Assembly,—The As- sembly met and adjourned until the 14th. MONDAY, Jan. 14th—Senate.—A me- morial to congress was introduced for extending the time for the completion of the, North Pacific railroad. A bill was introduced for the erection at Mil- waukee of an Asylum for insane. MONDAY, Jan. 14th—Assembly. — A memorial to. congress was introduced fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

War News. THE DOWNFALL OF WIDDIN AND ERZEROCM. .London advices of (he 17th state that the garrisons of Widdin on the Danube and of Erzeroum in Asia Minor have asked terms for surrender, and will capitulate in a few days. Suleiman Pasha is trying to reach Adrianople with his army, but it is believed that he will either be intercepted by Gen. Radetsky, or forced to abandon the railroad and go by a round-about road to the south. RUSSIA'S TERMS have been sent to the Grand Duke Nicholas, but cannot reach him for several days yet, and, until communi- cated officially through him to the Turkish plenipotentiaries, no knowledge of thern can be obtained. . ' ' RUMORS. A special from Constantinople of the 17th Says many rumors are current in regard to the attitude of the great powers. It is said the Grand Vizier as- sured the German Ambassador that the Porte was determined to make peace with Eussia, leaving any power which objected to the conditions to settle the matter with Russia. The instru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON' BAY, JAN. 25,1878. Contents or the Weekly Expositor of January \"25th, 1878. FIBOTPAGB General war news, Including.the Queen of England's speech Another Ashtabula Flooding of the Desert of Sahara The Island of Crete A Rich LodeDlscoTered. StcoND PAOB:\" Agricultural Notes American Women An Eloquent Disconrae Interrupted Meteoria IroQ in Church Steeples The Wedding Ring In Jerusalem. THIRD PAGE: Heber's Archery Song Story- Despised and Rejected of Men Ceylon Cinnamon Fields While in Algerin Echoes from the Reci- tation Rooms Bank of England Notes! Humor- ous Column—other short sketches. FOUHTHPAOK: Winter Snowflakes—general-lo cal items of the county, and other news: Corres- pondents—From Sevastopol,. From Jacksonpott, From Bailey's Harbor, From Winchester Height of Thermometer at Sturgeon Bay Sturgeon Bay Market etc. FIFTH PAOE: Rally to-night—1 Crow for Green back Men What Oreenbackers Propose to Do The Door County Independent Greenback Club What the Bondho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBL18HED EVER Y FRIDAY 0..Z. MABTIN, EDITOB A2TD PROP'S. f§?7 \"JUSTICE.\" Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues —they coBt the people nothing I Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a yearl Wh y give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing, and deny that righ,t to an individual who holds a bond? This government has been ran for the benefit of the Shy locks and Gold Gambler! The Greenback party propose 10 run it in the interest of the People and X.abor I . STURGEON BA.Y, \"WIS., JAN. 25, 1878The RALLY T O - N I G H T ! For fifteen years foreign and American capitalists haVe \"grown fat\" on the interest received by them- on money investsd in United States Bonds. Daring these same fifteen years, the occupants of poor houses, all over the continent, have grown from a few individuals to hundreds of thousands ! and the walls of nearly every almshouse in the land is gaping for enlargement, so num- erous ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

AGRICULTURE. dity, but the attempt to put it down always caused coughing, and it did little good. Half a teacupfulof freshly Sowderel d charcoal was given. In six ours al appearance X1 bloating was gone, and the heifer was well. THE ORCHARD.—This is generally sup- posed to be the pruning season. Orch- ard trees generally get too much prun- ing. In young trees only thin out so as to not have the main leaders crossing or interfering with one another. Or when a few shoots grow much stronger than the rest cut these away. Insist on all the branches in young trees grow- ing only on a perfect equality. On older trees which have'been in bearing a number of years, it will often benefit to cut away a large portion of the bear- ing limbs. By a long series of bearings, branches will often get bark-bound and stunted preventing the free passage of the sap to the leaves, In such cases the sap seems to avenge itself by forc- ing out vigorous young shoots along way down from the top of the tree. It ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

AGRICULTURE. HOUSE PLANTS—One prolific cause of, the failure of the house plants ia thai insufficient attentioi* is given to keep- irithe earth in the pots warm, /the plants often get sun enough bujt the pots, are covered with moss or/fancy work, through which the warming sun rays never penetrate. The /roots re- main cold and grow feebly and the plants themselves soon pay/the penalty of cold feet and/' malarial\" food. KILLING POULTRY.—The French mode of killing poultry, causing instant death and perfect bleeding/ is' accomplished by opening the beak of the fowl, and with a sharp-pointed and narrow-bladed knife make an incision at the back of- the roof of the mouth which will divide the vertebrayand cause immediate death, after /which the fowls are hung up. Thoy are then picked while warm. In this way the skin presents a natural appearance. ICE FOR FARMS.—Every farmer should have an ice house. Upon nearly every farm/is some little stream, or near iL a clear pond, from which plenty o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

Bishop Heber's Archery Song-. In an old volume of Notes and Qiier- 3 we find the following spirited song, |y Bishop Heber, for a bow meeting, year St. Asaph, seventy years ago. Jesides the interest attaching to this lolh'cking lyric in connection with the levival of archery in this country, it is Jlsp, by way of contrast, very notable the production of the author of 'From Greenland's Icy Mountains,\" he well-known missionary hymn: '\" i. The Soldier lovee tile laurel bright, The Bard the myrtle bough. And smooth shlllalahs.yleld delight To many an Irish brow. The Fisher trims the hazel wand, The crab mnv tame a shrew. The Birch becomes thi pedant's hand. But Bows are made of vew. The yew, the yew. the hardy yt\\v! Still greenly may it grow, - And health and fun Have every one That loves the British Row. ir. Ti8 sweet to sit by Beauty's Bide Beneath the hawthorn shade: But Beauty is more beautiful In greeu and bun\" array'd. More radiant are her laughing eyes, Her cheeks of ruddier c...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

Bishop Heber's Archery Son?. In an old volume of Notes and Query »we find the following spirited song, y Bishop Heber, for a bow meeting, lear St. Asaph, seventy years^ago. besides the interest attaching / to this ollicking lyric in connection 4vith the evival of archery in this country, it is -lso, by way of contrast, very notable s the production of the author of From Greenland's .Icy Mountains,\" he well-known missionary hymn: \" .. • - '\". / i - • The Soldier loves tile laurel bright. The Bard the myrtle bough. And smooth ehillalahs yield delight To manjvdn Irish brow. The Fisher trims the hazel wand, The yrab may tame a shrew. The Birch becomes the pedant's hand. But BOWB are made of yew. / cuont's: / The yew, the yew. the hardy ytw! Still greenly may it grow, And health and fan Hare every one That loves, the British Bow. 11. \"'TIS sweet to eit by Beauty's side Beneath the hawthorn shade But Beauty is more beautiful In greeu and buff array'd. More radiant are her laughing ey...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 January 1878

That Serastopol Road. Editor Expositor I notice in your Sevastopol corres- pondence last week, 'that- Squibbs refers to that proposed new read in a light which dpes'not do the subject full }ui. ticc and I fear does not do full justice to the people of Sevastopol. The inti- mation is thay&ere is a strong opposi- tion to that road among some portions of the settlers. Now,\" Mr. Editor, I , think Squibbs is slightly mistaken in this matter, and that the people of Se- vastopol must and will favor the road and cause it to be opened for the fol- lowing reasons: THE COUNTRY TO BE »PENED BY THE ROAD. I* The road is to begin on the lake shore at the town line between Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol, near the site of the proposed pier of Horn & Joseph, and run northeast about one mile and then north two or three miles. This road passes through a section. which has no superior in Door County for the value of its timber and the fertility of its soil, embracing some 6,000 or 7,000 acres in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR CHARLES I . MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Every Friday, \\ AT. STURGEON BAT, : i : WISCONSIN. —un TERMS OF SUBSCF.IP T/OAT: One Year (in advanee). •....: $» 50 •Six months \" \" 75 Three \" \" \" . , 40 NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: O n e Year . . . . . $ 2 00 Six m o n t h s . . 1 00 HEEXPOSITOR INDEP EN D E N T T h e \"World O u r Field Sturgeo n Bay O u r H o m e Trtelnterest s of the People of Door Count y Our Aim , Vol, 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, February, 1 1878. No. 16 THE EXPOSITOR J O B PRINTING O F F I C E • - 'a Has been refuted with N'i-w ItoreZer.i ol varicoi' kinds. Also ? targe assortment of p.pe of \\'ne most'modern t-tyles. With ilic additional supply' ol\" material we feel cottfulciit ikr.t we e. idv'r: satisfaction OP all work entrusted to us, and .-clfcil a* much of your patronage as yon tiel desirous of Riving us. , ' • U . All orders srnr by mail will receive prompt, attention, and the work f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 February 1878

Evening in the California Mountains. Mrs. Mary Hallock Footo, the artist, writes as follows in Seribner for Febru- ary: Toward the close of the dry scaabn, when browaand dusty August turns into browner, dustier September, a keen remembrance of all cool, watery joys takes possession of one's thoughts. The lapping of ripples in pebbly coves, the steady, thump of oars in row-locks, the smell of apple-blossoms on damp spring evenings, old mill-races mo*y and drip- ping, theblea ting of frightened lambs at a sheep-washing and the hoarse., sti- lled complaints of their mothers min- gled with'the rushing of the stream,— all these . once common sounds and • sights haunt the memory. Every day the dust cloud grows thicker in the val- ley, the mountains fado almost out Of sight against a sky which is all glare without color a dry wind searches over . the bare, brown hills for any lingering drop of moisture the sun may have left there but morning and evening,still keep a spell which makes one f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 February 1878

ALONE:: The lilies clustered fair and tall: 1 stood outside the garden wall: I saw her light robe ElimmennBtthroujrli The flagrant evening's dusk and dew. She stoped above the lilies pale. Dp the clear east the moon did sail: I saw her bend her lovely head: O'er her rich roses blushing red. Her slender hand the flower caressed. IIer touch the unconscious blossoms blest 'Jh« ro.se against herperfninedpalin Leaned its soft cheek in blissful calm. 1 would have given my soul to be That flower ehe touched so tenderly .' I stood alone outside the gate. And know that life was desolate. —CELU THAXTBR. in Lippincott/or Jan- A WAVE OF TROUBLE. If there ever had been a time in the life of Horace Arnold when he could say from the depths of his heart, \" And not a wave of trouble rolls Across my peaceful breast,'\" it was on the night of August 25, 1875. 'It was on a lovely evening, though not lighted by the moon, as true lover's nights should be. But for that matter, he needed neither moon or ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAIT FEB. 1,1S78. WINTER SNOW FLAKES. More \"jingle, jingle\" ncr-dcd. David Follett, of Green Bay, is in town. See card of Dr. Mullen elsewhere iu this- issue-' Has the time fur reconstructing the map! one of the happiest men in town. He now of Europe at hist come? The prospect at present, is better for rain than for snow*. We must • positively have leas haste at funcrels. The London Lancet declares that out of every hundred people who'are consigned to the tomb at ta.ist one is buri- ed alive. , E. C. Daniel* is going into the maple sugar busiues, in good earnest. He has men now at work, clearing under brush on'a ten acre .scale an section ' 11. Mr. Daniels himself'is now oustide to purchase pails. ' Mr. Theodore Johnson is, or should be, Dr. McEiielniih is still veiy .sick—sup- posed to be b,rain fever. . Mr. W. A. Berirur, of DelViy, was in town the forepart of this week. Hon. Gahe -Bouek has our thanks for a copy of Hon. S. S. Cox's speech. Hay delivered ...

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