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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHE D EVER Y FRIDAY C. I. MAETItf, EDITOE AND PROP'S. The Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph has done well, it is said, by i,ta pool with the Western Union.' It drew $40,000 in cash from the latter to settle the balance in its' favor at the adjustment of the November busiues. 'JUSTICE.' Make the greenbacks a lecal 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 N bond? This government has been run for the 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., FEB . 1, 1378 Finance au d (jJovernment. •'Gold is the monetary standard of E u rope, and we must be in financial accord with Europe,\" says the bullionist. Mon- archy is the governmental standard of Europe is there not as gr...

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 — 1 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR, STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. • Legislative Mammary. FRIDAY, Jan! 18.—Setiate.—A memo- rial was introduced in favor of enlarg- ing tbye Northern Hospital for Insane. Bills were introduced authorizing and requiring Wisconsin Farm Land Mort gage Commissioner lb extend benefits of commission to certain other parties equitably entitled thereto to amend chapter 179, laws of 1874, relative to codification of liquor laws to amend section 4, chapter 162, laws of 1858, relative to relief of persons confined in jail, on civil process to amend section 6, chapter 168, laws of 1873, relative to finishing State Capitol, protecting the same from fire, etc. Assembly memo- rial to congress was concurred in for an additional appropriation ofr$13,000, for the completion of the breakwater and entrance to Harbor of Refuge, in Stur- geon Bay concurred in under suspen- sion memorial to congress for exten- sion of time for completing the North- ern Pacific Railroad passed a joint resolution limit...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 February 1878

Washington. AITOINTMEJJTS. Dispatches from Washington under date of Jan, 24th say the president has nominated. *Benj. F.Pexoto, of California, United States consul at Lyons, and Stillwell II. Kus- sel United States'marshal for the west- ern district of Texas. completion and equipment of each sec- ! tion of ten miles. The bill also pro-1 vides that the government shall make I no'payments for the transportation of its troops or property over the proposed j railway, extension until the amounts j thus earned by the railroad shall equal ]' the total amount of the subsidy ad- j vanced. . . * i SAMOA. CLOSING BUSINESS WITH THE SYNDICATE. It is understood the cabinet to-day agreed to release the syndicate from their last subscription of ten millions of 4 per. cent, bonds, as Secretary Sherman 'believes his plan of selling these bonds will be successful and accounts between him and the syndicate will therefore be settled immediately. TII.DEN S INCOME SUIT. A New York dispatch, of the 10th sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 February 1878

U m I ^r-^-'^dsiAn^ona D . C . . - WASHINGTON, Jain. 26, 1878,, The President'* first public levee \\yas *not in point of numbers a success, as compared., with ^ ^ ' ^ j h ^ o n and Licoln, and ^ 1 ^ ^ 0 j ^ ^ a patten of simplicity, in rter n -. • • • -^m—^J^^i3 a no- ticeable in the cbar&ij||prte costuines worn by the ladies. Every nation had its representatives there. All the diplo- masts however were in plain black suits and not in the gaudy trumpery of Court dress. They wear, the new only at State dinners, The Russian and Tur- kish ^ministers are indulging in no hos- pitality or society amusements this win. ter ovving to the terrible war which is being waged by their respective coun- tries. The equestrian statute ot Gen. Green the quaker,soldier, has been plac- ed in position in- Stznton Place and is another added attraction to the works of art that embellish the Capitol. Mrs. Thompson a Wealthy lady of New York has purchased J. B. Carpenter's painting of \"Lincoln and the ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 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 STUBGEOJ, BAY, : : • WISCOXSIX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:• One Year (in,advance).....!.: s , , „ Six m o n t h s \" \" -- , . Three •' » \" ::::::::::x: ::: II NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIEIMG: One Year. •• _ ? 2 ^ six months , __ INDE P E N D E NT. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Horne ^ * Interests of the People of DQor County Our Aim. Vol 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door CountyjWisconsin, February 8, 1878. No. 17 IS IT ENDED? Turkey has Signed the Terms of Peace' to Secure a Cessation of Hostilities, but the Other Powers Will Have a Say in the Final Settle* • &ment. Every Indication that Austria and England will Vigorously \"Kick\" Against Bussias Terms. Terrible Terms of Peace, are Those Exacted from Turkey by the Czar. Greece Declares War by Occupying Thessaly, Epirus, and Macedonia. LONDON, Jan. 29.—A correspondent at Vienna telegraphs: \"Among the rumors current is...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. V Legislative Summary. FIUDAV, Jan. 25th.—Senate.—A. mem- orial of the Board of Supervisors of Door county was introduced asking for an appropriation for the enlargement of the.Hospital atOskosh.. Resolutions were introduced for an amendment to the constitution prohibiting the trafic in intoxicating liquors in this Static also relating to the cost of publication of the Supreme Court reports. Bills were introduced relating to the publication ' of local laws to provide for the pay- ment of an unsettled account—The Calkins claim—: to authorize, the trans- fer of stock in corporate .companies , to authorise the State Board of Health to make an annual report and to pro- vide for the publication of the same to provide for sentences to the State Prison without time. Adjourned till Monday evening. . FRIDAY, Jan. 25.—Assembly.—Petitions were introduced: relating to the pre- servation of game relating to the divi- sion of Clark and Marathon counties ask...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 February 1878

' • War News. , - A MYSTERY. A London telegram dated Tan. 31st, says the situation dues not lighten any this morning. The secrecy concerning the delay in concluding the armistice still continues, and will increase the ir Grand Duke Nicholas would pass with his escort through Constantinople. ANYTHING TO SAVE CONSTANTINOPLE.. A Vienna correspondent telegraphs under date of January 80th,- that whether the preliminary conditions have been signed of not has become of ritation and suspicion. There are \"siii- S purely secondary importance. The porte gular contradictions in official and semi- u t a n v r a t e n a s approved them, and ac- - - • • • - • • • •-• • cording to. all accounts \" official- statements. One fro m the porte is to the effect that the Turkish envoys accepted the terms and conclud- ed a peace eight days ago\\ since which time nothing official has been heard from them. The other is from Russia, and is semi-official, to the effect that everything is all right, but that t...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, FEB. 8,1878. WHITER SNOWFLAKES. WANTED:—500 more subscribers for the EXPOSITOR. The weather continues to farof moon and suu-shiners. Every Mis9 loves company, and misery is uo exception. \"Blessed be the meek.\" Our lumber- men are meek just now. The Presiding Elder, will preach in the M. E. Church next Sunday. The young lads of this village have or- ganized a \"turners\" club. Mrs. I. B. Scott and Miss Nellie Dresser, are visiting friends at Sister Biy. St. Valentine's day pretty soon now. Only six days more -14th instant. Scarcely two feet, is the depth which the ground is frozen in this village. WANTED:-500 of our old subscribers to pay what they owe on the EXPOSITOR. It is stated that the total number of miles of railroad in this Stfvte, is 2,060. Next Sunday there will be services at . Joseph's Church, atteu o'clock A. M. Iruit trees and shrubs, m macy of the keeper, has been confined to her bed for gardens in this viciui.y, stUl continue to the las...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHE D EVERY FRIDAY \"CI. MABTIN, EDIT03 AND ?E0?'3. Make the grqenbscka a legal tender for all dues —they cost the people nothing! Abolish the National Bank*, for which the people are raxed $127,000,000 a year! Why srive the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an \"individual who hold* * bond* This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylpcks and Gold Gambler! The Greenback party propose to run it in the interest of the People and Labor 1 'STURGEON BAY, WIS., FEB. 8, 1S7Sand £ir Remember that the Door County Independ- ent G reenbac k Club, Meets in the lower part of thfe Village Hall, next Monday Evening. W h a t Made Times Hard , Wha t Wil l Make Them Good. The Cincinnati Enquirer is • .surprised i that men should be so ignorant as to the j cause of th e hard times when the .facts in j ' the case are so plain'and easily under-1 I stood. It says: \"I n September, 1805, we ! learn front official sources t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 February 1878

A YOICE FROM HELL. The Spirit of a.Woman Tells How Shejump Was Murdered Long Ago. - Readlnsr Engte. . In a neat-looking two-story brick house situated on'Minor street, Iiclow Laurel, a Spiritualistic circle was held on Sunday evening.\" A gentleman who.was present thus describes it: About thirty believ- ers visited the place. We persuaded , Mrs. Elliot, of Ash street, a medium, to accompany us. She very soon was in a clairvoyant state, and through, her the company present were told a most mys-' torions story of a murder that had hap- pened in this city-many years ago. The spirit was that of a dead woman who said she had been murdered Her soul \"was in hell, and is stdl there.* When in the'flosh she was the lowest of the low, she said. She spent a considerable por- tion of her life on a canal-boat, and was finally murdered by two ruffians. The spirit of the dead woman spoke in a terrible realistic manner. The voice came harsh, and at times was piercing and full of bitterness. Jt said...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 February 1878

GOOD-NIGHT. Good night, Swecthcar 1 I l*ave thee now To go into a world of men. Thou has my troth, and 1 thv vow: Thou knowust I will come aijalu. Gooii-u'ght Sweetheart! liood-nishtJ I \"f to no'sc »nd *trite. ' Mid stu in d darkness, noice and night. But by the whiteness or t y life* 1 swear to keep my own pom white. Qo.id-nighi. Sweetheart'. Oood«hit:ht! The weary world grows old. And men erow.weary of the race Bnt. ife is like a tale untold. Since I flr-a looked npmi thy face. Good-night, Sweetheart! ti boil-night! The hour grows vet y iau-. ^nd darkneM falls upiu*tlic iand Bnt I feel hraVtfTorTTiiyfate , That watts me, iw.I kiss tby hand. ' v.ood-uijjht. Sweetheart! Good-niiiMt! If sudden d ath should couic, I would be sure of heavenly buns Clod a angel-band would take me mime— I am made ho.y by thy kiss. Good-niaht, Sweetheart' ELLA WIIEKLLU. j \" I was not born yesterday.\" And after j a slightly confidential transaction of a j pecuniary nature left us in peace. i The snow ...

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

^Thtft Sevastopol Road. Alitor Expositor: I noticed an article in your issue of -week before last, from the able pen oi Justice*\" which was written for the os- I tensible purpose of correcting what he l^seemed pleased to consider willful errors \\ in one of my prev^^il^fters to you, on I- the subject of laying but\"£jjat road which •%^ has become so closely connected Witthereby h | the history of Sevastopol. But, Mr. r Editor, one would suppose by his state- I nients that he was wholly ignorant of j the feeling of the majority of the citi- | zens in regard to the above mentioned | enterprise. {.•'..• In the first place he politely informs | yoii that I was mistaken when I said } that there was a strong feeling of oppo- sifion to the project, existing in this r town but such is not the case, as I | shall prove to you: there is at present I two remonstrances being circulated here, | and the aggregate number of signers to \\ the two instruments was not, when I \\ last saw them, less ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 February 1878

CUBA AND 8PAIK AT PEACE. , HAVANA, Feb: 14.-Durinathe last few daysofflcial and private telegrams received leave np doubt that the insurgents, head- ed by their chiefs, are trying to arrange terms of peace all over the island. The Havana newspapers speak of proximate peace as sure, and it appears that only the exact terms remain to be settled, when they will be proclaimed by the govern- ment. To-day's papers publish a telegram dated Santa Cruz, Feb. 18, stating that Maximo Gomez, Cuban Camera, and all the chiefs, are working in favor of definite peace, and that hostilities ave suspended all over the island. ^•*LVANA» Feb. 15.—A newspaper print- ed in the inferior of the island has pub- lished the following official dispatch re- ceived from headquarters, dated San Juan, Feb. 10 on the conditions of peace: ARTICLE 1, The island of Cuba to re- ceive the same political organization and administrative concessions as enjoyed by Porto Rico. ART. 2. Ample pardon for all political offenses ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 February 1878

IN ALSATM. Here is a friend KliaU fight for. thi-e, . B« t.Uoa good follow, auii under ban. \\ Where have I met iheeY—let ina see But, tushV what matter? a man\"» a man. This is ft Uftrid haa hnndled sword. so fill up thy can. iind clink with'mo: Out with thy troubluK-thou h«*t my word— Here is a friend glial 1 fixht for tlil'c. . Tiiirtv vears nian-iitnrniH wrtH I: Trailed piUo in Flanders-rough work there Stormed fons, sacked citins—pass that by, A!BO the women drugged by the hair! There must be so dlcr*,\"I Biiprote Solongus king* and peoples he: Marry, Sir, 'tis a world of blows, . But hero is u friend shall light for thee. \"Freelance, frecbor tcr,\" runs the song •Writ'by some Hknlfcinj: clerk,-1 wot. I never do peaceful burjzhers wronc, Nor kiss a woman, an.she would not Never take purse, but from the dead. That are long past spending—unlike mo. Who seek not your ?ok), but jjood instead, For here is a friend'slinH tight for Hiee. AVhat'knaves be these? No friendJt of mine....

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 February 1878

CONSTANCE. Eighteen, with just a touch of pride, And all of girlish grace beside: And, rich in simple charms a queen By royal right\" of sweet eighteen. 0 vain attempt of words to show What you by words can never know For who wonld sketch the rose, and eee \"The living blossom on the tree? But search, and say when yon have seen The face most fair of sweet eighteen And And therewith the crowning grace, A soul, to match the lovely face. And even then, when this is done. You have not seen the sweetest one And Constance will remain confest The chosen qneen of all the rett. AN UNEQUAL GAME. A moment of loving and laughter, A jest and a gay good by, \" & If you one short weeK after Forget, why may not I ? To you but a moment's feeling, A touch and a tender tone: A wound that knows no healing To me who am left alone. A wound, an aching wonder That lightly you go from me, That we must be kept asunder , By the cold abiding sea. —Blackwood's Magazine. A MOUNTAIN COURT SCENE. Old Job Dawso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY. FEB. 22, 1378. . V f.EtttVS'OJZSVBSCfiiiPT/Otf: ( -»ne Year ..(In aiWiHice)\"...... ' ' • S. » ^ixmonths\" •' \"' i' T h r e e - ' • «• .\".'.\"]'\"'J'.\"\"''' o NOT AI UNTO. 3 MONTHS .AITE!! SUK.SCKIBISG: One Year. «„ _. WINTER SNOWFLAKES. lee is getting soft. Who wants a sleigh ride. m l i h M *?itow, c Temple of Honor, lias a membership of V.yi. liSnr' C - S c ? f i f t , d a n d l i g h t e r of Red «iver, were m town last Tuesday. • r t ? 1 S* , ®(?f r V e s a , w u l ^wn. have began *• put up their summer's supply of ice: !v-TiHJCe ' n G r e r t l ,Ba.V-seems to be entire- aboi!?. UP ' a n d c o a t i n u i l : y Hlnfting l Jiff?. \\&]a' S-n?w' a n d muJ v««teil this men (?) Q ' g H o U C y f o r t h c l u i u b e r - Messrs. D W. Stebbins, of Ahnapre.and iir wmg, of Kewaunee, were in the village • I uesday. ° Mr.C. M. Charnley, of the firm of ne.ss Monday. . Keep onaegoodn termnr s with your wife, t'nnrJSmlnKe ,happy. h a d y° -Wiene...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FR1 DA C. X. XABTZK, EDITOR AND PEOP'B. -Xe v ^«t g tf„ n b a c k 8 , a l e g a I t e n d e r f o r a \" dues WatfonATTLtaf » pe ° p, £ n°tW\"S« Abolish the ^ia,,000,000 a year! Why give the privilege to W H » U b , a t .» r i g h t t o a n individual who holds h wS? * TX* X e r n m e n t h a s been run for the « r ^ L 0 f t t h e S h y l o c k 8 a n d G o l d Gamblers I The o/a\\%?aPLlb0orl9t0 FUn **«»U««»tAa* THE DOOR COUNTY I N D E P E N D E N T P R E E N B A C E p i u B , f h ^ T n ^ 8 ^ .Monday evening in the lower part of S ™ ria11' *n thle villagM. All persons in- ^iwV,lKv i it n ] 1 }toe ^ n b a c k movement, are respect- f °\"y l , ?d. attend the club, whether residents or non residents of this county. „ „ ' OFFICERS. R. M. WRIGHT PreBIri™t THOS. H. SMITH -\\\\\\\" r \"\" V t a P r a i d S t !••. J- HAMILTON I. Se^reurv CHRIS LEONHARDT.........—\" ' \" \" S a r X STURGEpN BAY, WIS„ FEB . 22, 1878 - Notwithstanding the howl, k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 February 1878

THE EXPOSITOR, 8TUBGE0N BAY, WISCONSIN. Legislative Summary. FRIDAY. Feb. 8th—Senate.—In the senate remonstrances were introduced against the passage,of the bill prohibit- ing religious instruction in the common schools also numerous petitions for the passage of the constitutional amend- ment prohibiting the traffic in intoxi- cating liquors. Bills were introduced, relating to larceny to amend the char- ter of the Germantown Fire Insurance company to authorize town boards of supervisors to vacate state roads in cer- tain cases to amend an act to incorpor- ate the Lawrence Universisy to appro- priate $8,000 to the fish commission- ers to provide for the sale of copies of the Reports, of the supreme court now owned by the state relating to jails,and amending chapter 483, laws of 1864 re- lating to the foreclosure of mortgages to protect wild pigeons. Assembly bills were concurred in to reorganize the Gth and 8th judicial cir- cuits to provide \"an additional court commissioner for the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 February 1878

. Wa r Sews . THE BRITISH FLEET AT THE BOSPHORUS. London advices of the 14th say the following is in. the Advertiser in official form: W e hav e reason to believe the fleet lias passed the Dardanelles and\"is now in the sea of Marmora . \"We un- derstand Admira l H o r n b y was left full discretion as.to the force h e would take with him , and in all probability a larger force has gone than was at first, contem- plated.-' W e believe the porte has con- tented itself with a formal protest. Th e - Standard and Post confirm the report that the British ships have, passed th e Dardanelles 'and give the ' n u m b e r as •ix. \" ' \\ '\"' .READY FOR WAR. Th e Standard in its leader says: ''Eng- land is ready to act-with an y or every •power in bridling Russian aggressions upo n their rights and interests, but if all hold back,we must act by ourselves and leave our neighbors to* save their own interests and honor if they can\". Sf rPLIES FOR TH E A ISMV. Th e Standard positively denies the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 February 1878

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