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

PAST AND PRESENT. The late Pope Pius IX was an economi- cal gentleman and despite a princely income derived chiefly from the offerings of the faithful,»lived in a very frugal man- . ner. He left $430,000 of pin-money in an old wallet in his desk, and a bank account t footing up some $30,000,000 . this enor- mous-wealth is .willed to :Holy ..Church' and to prominent friends to the Cardinal College. After one oftae shortest and most harmonious Conclaves ever hold by the College of Cardinals, a successor to Pius IX was elected at Rome oh Wednesday, February, 20th, ,1878. The French, Spaniards and Austriaus immediately join- ed hands .with Hohenloe and, secur- ng enough Italian votes, voted in Cardinal Pecci, a mild-tempered and progressive man Goachino Pecci is an Italian by birth, and was sworn into office under the title Leo XIII. Pope Leo XIII was not chosen by adoration, but by the requisite majority of votes of the^Conclave. Cardi- nal .Bilio having declined to be a candidate, hi...

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 — 1 March 1878

MOTHERHOOD. £ 3r lot Is \"on you\"—woman's lot she meant, be Blnger who sang sweetly Ions ago I rose ana yew ana tender myrtle blent, 9 crown the Harp that rang to love and woe. pilceYO Poetess, and vow one strain ling of Motherhood, Its joy. Us pain. * at does it give to ns, this mother love- averse ana tale and legend glorified, son by lips divine as type above II other passions f Men have lived and died sisters, maiden queens, and cherished wives, sealed-Joy..God, Mjeone chief love survives. | what is it it gives us? Shrinking dread, ril. and pain, and agony forgot, tis we hold the ray of gladness shed, too first cry from lips that know us not, th All that has been paid, is yet to pay. | the new worship, born and crowned that day. n nursing, teaching, training, self denial,' hat never knows itself, so deep H lies, 3 eager taking up of every trial, [o smooth Spring's pathway, light her April Jtchln£ and guiding, loving, longing, praying, gcoldness daunting, ond no wrong dismayin...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 March 1878

^ TIIH SILVER BILL. Numerous Opinions from the Press of tlie Country. TIME FOR REFORM. New1 York Tribune. Incidental expenses of the democrat- ic congress: Stopping the funding of bonds, $17,000,000 paralyzing the busi- ness of the country, $5,000,000 total to date, $22,000,000. \" The country de .mands reform.\" • •• FROM DARKNESS TO DAYLIGHT. New York Graphic Even remonetization will not bring good times at once, but it will serve as a brake on the wheel of disaster it will probably stop any further shrinkage, substitute hope for despair, revive cred- it and turn us from the darkness toward a better time. GREAT CKY AND LITTLE SILVER. .'• Marshall American. - The silver'bill as passed is not a res- toration, nor will it have the effect upon the price of silver to make it equal with gold, which it could have had were sil- ver placed on equal terms with gold. The limitation is practically to $2,000,- 000 per month, or $24,000,000 per an- num. Sherman will not exceed the minimum. Whil...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 March 1878

EXPOSITOR I \"NATIONAL!\" •C PUBLISHED EVERY FR1 DA 0.1.MA&im, EDITOB AND PBOP'B. \"JUSTICE.\" *WW''\"L?''L'J.ji''',W!W Make the greenbacks 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|yearl Why give the privilege to '-.a.corpontfion to get mouoy on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds h bona? This government has be run for the benefit of tha Shylocksand Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest of the People and Labor J THE DOOR COUNTY I N D E P E N D E N T P R E E N B A C K PLUB, meets every Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in this villa ,'*. All persons In- terested in the Greenback movement, are reopect- inliy Invited to attend the clnb, whether residents or uon residents of this county. _ . OFFICERS. \" M - Y T R I £ V J , V • President V. J. HAMILTON Secretary CHRIS LEONHAKDT './-\"..^Treasurer STUBGrEON BAY, ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 March 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, MARCH, 1,1878. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (tn advance)......... «. „ ,Six months\" » \" *' s ° - Three •' « » ..\".\".\"\" .'\"\"\"\"\"\"\"'* 7 S NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year..: & six months... ~\"\"\"\"\"\"::\"\":::::\\y\\ £ W I N T E B SKOW.FLAKES. A crying shame—Our neighbor's baby. ^ L e u t begins March 6th, and ends April Notice Dr. Mullen's card in another col- umn. Every dog has its clay, but every oat its nights. Mr. John Saunders, of Ford River, was ia town Monday. Did you know that this is the first day of beautiful spring?\" ' Services at St. Joseph's church, in this village, next Sunday. Mr. Frank Bacon has \"been under the weather\" for the past week. The best and worst Jhing that can be s a i d a b o u t marriage is that it is a tie. Down in Alabama strawberries are blushing and mignonettes blooming. . You can detect a counterfeit coin by . putting it in water. If it swims it's bad. Greenland has no ca...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 March 1878

Ms) » ^fFaghlngton. ° THE BOSSNLAND GBAB. |J|.A n associated press telegram from n w ashington, under date^ of 21st, says e house committee oh public lands lay agreed to report to the house, a forfeiting all land erants '^sOie lol- wing^amedrailreads, with the tfocom- endation that' it be printed and^re- oenmitted for the consideration-of the* rnimittee. The railroads i named are the North- y Pacific, Texas Pacific, Atlantic & 'acrfic, Oregon Central, Hastings & Da- ota,St.Paulf Pacific, Saint Vincent tension and Brainard Branch, Wis- nsin • Central, North Wisconsin, oughton & Ontonagon, Detroit & Mil- aukee, Little Rock & Ft. Smith, St. duis & Iron Mountain, New Orleans, laton Rouge & Vicksburg, North Louis- ina&Texas, Florida & Gulf Central, ennsylvania & Geoigia, Alabama & hattanooga, Coosa & Chattanooga, lobile&Girard, Coosa & Tennessee, labama & Florida, and Gulf & Ship iland. It is estimated this bill,- if aesed...

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

X X A. THE EXPOSITOR, STUBGEQN BAY, WISCONSIN. Legislative Summary. FRIDAY, Feb. 15.—Senate.—In the sen- ate bills passed: Repealing section I, chapter 86, laws of 1877, relative to du- ties of towns and town officers mem- orial to congress favoring postal savings? banks to amend the charter of the city of Prairiedu.Chien and to enable the town of Newport to borrow money. Assembly bills were concurred in: Au- thorizing school land commissioners'to loan a portion of trust funds to New- port, Columbia county- under suspen- soin of rules authorizing town of Hartford Washington county, to borrow money under suspension bills were indefinitely postponed, rela- tive to appointment of notaries public relating to issue of bonds in county of Barron to pay outstanding indebted- ness relating to town business in Fort Edwards, Wood county authorizing purchase of territorial scrip for State Historical society regulating the amount of the county tax Shawano county appropriating $300 to Clark count...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 March 1878

•y CHRONIC Disease* Cared. New paths marked out by that plainest of all books— S S ^ ? ™ \" ^ 1 * , B - ?' *OOTB, of 12b Levant! ton Ave., N. Y. Purchaserefo this book are at whi»h~*»«*'^: \"'\",,V*..*,'w,or Hie Popular edition. • S K r J?D^ta81al! tte «ame matter and lllnstra- m m W C o S & H ^ , & J & s free- *!»•*• Wanted. f % f l I I I Great chance to make money. 1 you • I I I 1 I I cant get gold you can set greenbacks. * • M lisaf We need a person in every tow n to take subscriptions for the largest, b»st and cheap- est Illustrated family publication in the w0rlrf. Any one can become a successful agent. The most elegant works of arr given free to subscribers. Th e price is so low that almost everybody -ubsCreB. Oue agent reports of making over $150 in a week. A lady agent reports of taking over .^subscribers in ten days. All who engage make money fast. You can devote all your time to the business, or only your spare time. You need not beaway from home over n...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 March 1878

' lN£W3.£? n'i^* ?. ^ttX'^yfs.\"*? S?'!«*)' \"TS^i .WKRW4?*-,!*S-K-.f.!u *#^:*MS-,'?.f*^:^P«essS??«r*». •' r v^ tiir- fe'ft«^«^'fi& K? A BUI to FroTlOe fur tin EleetlM of Three Presidents* The bUt introduced by Mr. Southard .. proposing an amendment to the Constitu- tion to be designated at article 16, provides • • that executive power shall be vested and hereafter administrated by there presidents, constituting a supreme executive council of three, to be elected by the qualified electors of each and all the States, and each to be taken from one of the three several.prominent sections of the United States known—one as the Western States one as the Eastern and Middle States, and the other as the Southern States, and no.two of whom shall be citizens of the same section or district of country. Their term of office shall be six years, and no V, President having served a full term shall be eligible for a second term, and at the first election under this arUcle the Presi- dent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 March 1878

: p l f j f c ^ concern- ing Greeley's folly in lending such enor- mous Bums to worthless applicants who only paid bim with ingratitude. This was a remarkable weakness, but it may to a degree be '^\\a3a^^^(^t.W«!,. during the first ycanfot his New York life, a poverty-stricken adventurer, Who failed in everyeffort. He had hopes of making the JS^ewXfirker a success,andtroduction indeed it was the best weekly ever issued in this cityybjiit it wasi swamped by the hard times' which fbllbwed the panic without a dollar, and was glad to engage in ihe service of the whig party as editor of jthe Log Cabin. . i ^ The salary was $20 per week for six months, which was considered very lite eral pay. When tho'* campaign was w e f Greeley determined to start the Tribime, but unfortunately he had no capital. He tried every way possible to obtain a moneyed partner, but was un- successful. McElrath had a few hun- dred dollars, and' at last Greeley was glad to accept him, especially as he was a ready...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 March 1878

OUR DAILY RECKONING If we sit down at set of run. And count the things that we have done. And, counting, find One self-denying act, one word That eased the heart of him who heard: One Fiance movt kind, Tbat felt like sunshine where it went. Then we may count the day well spent. But if, through all the live-long day, •We're eased the heart by yea or nay: If through it all We're nothing done that we can trace. That brought ihe sunshine to a face Koac't. most small, That helped some ioul. and nothing cost, Then count the day as worse thanlost. ^ FALLING STARSr A star falls in the styj 1 They say a birth Is registered on the eurtu. To live and die. ' r \" O'Btar! in thy descent - i Dost thou bring love, • .„, From Worlds above,\" Or discontentJ Btars falling from on high, Bringing to earth Celestial birth, DostthOu not sigh? So many stars must fall! ,. some go astray. We only pray.\" ' _7 God And them all. —Sat ah JeweU, in Xtw lork Worti MA11RYING TO ACCOMODATE. Harper's Bazaar. At fif...

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

i^^i&zm'iis 'W^asV/'-SiSr^w-' liifeliiXPosifoR. ^DrEGrEON BAY, MARCH, 8,1878. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION*: $» SO . . . . . . . . \" 4 0 ' KOT PAID UNTIt. 3 MONTHS AFTBR SUBSCRIBING! One Year. . fa oo ............ I oo One Year (In advaaee).... Six months \" \" Three\" '\" \" ..... .Six months.. FLOATING 8PRINU BUBBLES. : DEAD.—Winter of'77-8. If not, why not—pay the printer* Played—that's what's thematter with the ice. Who carries the banner as weather prophet? Hon. C. Scofleld, of Red River, was in town yesterday. Mr. Herbert Thorp, of Fish Creek, was in town Tuesday. Of all the drunkards in America, only 70,000 die annually. The next State fair is to be held at the capital of the State—Madison. —Mr.rN. Thomas, of Menominee, is in the village visiting his daughter, Mrs C. M.the Chase. Mr. Lewis Williams, keeper of the Chambers Island lighthouse, was iu town Monday. Some of the butter in this locality would be an excellent article to rub on bald-head- ed plople. Ex-President Grant I...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 March 1878

THE Exldsrrdit PUBLISHED EVERY FR1DA C. I. HABT$T, 2KT0B AKDiPEOP'B. 'JUSTICE.\" itake the greenbacks a legal tender for —they cost' the people nothing 1 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 boridf This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers 1 The Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest of the People and Labor! ... THE DOOR COUNTY J T U 3 E F E N D E N T P K S E N S A C K VpLUB, Sleets every Monday evening\" in thelower part of the Town Hall, in this village All persons in- . J?\"18*6*! to w e Greenback movement, are respect- fully invited t«» attend the club, whether resident* or non residents of this connty. , „ . „ OFFICERS. R. M. WRIGHT President THpS. H.SMITHI...-.. ..Vice President F. J. HAMILTON... Secretary CHBI8 LEONHARDT Treasurer STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARH 8, 187...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 March 1878

$ti$ mm ^StUBjOEON BAY WISCONSIN. ^4^-s&.'• I*eri«l«tlTeISummary. v . ^ ' . : EHtDAY, Feb 22—£«wfc.—-In the senate fifteen petitions Were presented asking for the adoption of the constitu- tional amendment prohibiting the traffic in intoxicating liquors. Remonstran- c e were,presented' against the bill re-, moving'religious instruction from the common schools also against the bill to amend the act incorporating the A^ple river log driving company aiso i against the bill to change the township system ofschdolgovernment petitions were als6 presented asking the passage of a law exempting the lands of the North Wisconsin railway from taxation. A bill passed authorizing the county of Barron to issue bonds to settle outstand- ing indebtedness. A memorial to con- gress against the proposed reduction of the duty on wool passed. Assembly bills were concurred in, to legalize the acts of the county board of supervisors of Juneau county. Relating to the sale of swamp and overflowed land...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 March 1878

' If^-'-'---^ •-^^ • • $ MONDAY, Feb. 25.-^Senate,—In the 8enatc a message was read from jthe house, announcing its cori- Jcurrence in the* amendments to the jbill to authorize the coinage of ithe' standard silver ' dollar, and to re- 'store its legal tender character. An en- grossed copy of the bill, signed by ppeaker Randall was delivered to the e n a t e for the signature of the vice resident. The hill now goes to the president. Mr. Booth, of the cbmmit- l^eeNon public lands, reported with Amendment, senate bill to declare feertaip lands granted in aid. of the ^onsteucl by adL ' • :1864|®Mi,. „, ... .......... ., t . , _. . | mainderm^asessiont waft devb«^to a I discussion of the Military Academy IbilKx ^ ••'.-•• fev I MONDAY^ $\"eb.'S SS.-^»uae.—In the I house bill%t»eM fhtrbqticedx proposing i an amendmenjfjto the constitution rela- I ting to the\" el%tion of ipresjdph^ and vice presiden t to *eil^ e the^jpost- master general -to- \"forther =:p|etect the revenues of hi% ^de...

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

C.11l»«»e»jtfrr«idv- 'v-'^ew ^ath» marked out by that plainest- \"tf. all' books— ?^^uWrtM«& • *FW8^?W»e Talk •-*». Medical CiB^(^e^ l,' jueaica i commongmjfc^- •aMtitlfiW . pages, ng. iUMiraabiiBibyW. E ftJWW«, \"of1» Eexfand ton A*e ,N. Y.^nrehMet*ftjthf book are at which contains all the same matter and illustra- tion*. Ccmtenta , ^ agents warned. WUBHY^fflLL PUBLISHING CO., 1*0 Baa *8th Street, N. Y. '-V ^ ':' « l v • Y.\\- Great chance to make money. It you cant fret gold you can tret Rreenbacks. We need a person in every toWrtto take subscriptions for the largest, bV-st and cheap* •-•-•••••---•• 1 family. publication. in the World. est Illustrate d — ,.. r -. - Any one can become a successful agent. I h e most elegant works of a n given free to subscribers. The 8•ueeageno ric is s low that almost: everybody- 'unscres. t reports of making over $IJ'O in a week. ' A lady agent reports of taking over toosubscribers in ten days. All who enrage make money fast. You C...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

THE MONET SPEECH OF F. S. Norton^ Esq^ OF CHICAGO. DELIVERED AT NEWTON, 1A. [The Greenback Mass Convention on the 20th, was the largest and most enthusiasm tic gathering witnessed in Newton for many years. The Court House was liter- acy packed till there was no standing room. left. S. F. Norton, Esq., of Chicago, held the vast audience spellbound for two hours on the great financial question now agitating the whole nation. His speech was fully equal to his. celebrated oration at Toledo, last year, which being printed and circulated by the hundred thousand, is doing more, perhaps, than any other document in the land to enlight- m «\" people on the great question on which hapgs the existence and prosperity of the American Republic—Jasper County Legal Tender.} MB. CHAIRMAN AXD GENTLEJIEN: Unless we see fit to abandon the idea of s^lf gov- ernment, and surrender ourselves to the tender care of kings and princes, we must become thoroughly educated in all that pertains to the government ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

SPECIAL MEETING -'••'\":J- O F T H E . €OUX1T BOAED OF SUPERVISORS, • • O F . 7 D O Q R C O U N T Y , W I S . Moved and carried that report of the com- mittee on Rules be adopted. Moved and carried that the board have fifty copies of the rules printed for the use of the boards \"\" Mr. Gillespie came in and took his seat. * Res. No. i, by Mr. Thayer: \"WHEREAS, the tax-sale book, now in the'county clerk's office, io this county, for sales from 1867 to 1871 in- clusive, is .in a dilapidated condition and in danger of becoming illegal, therefore, Resolved, that 'the county clerk is hereby authorized to transcribe said book as soon as convenient, pursuant to Chap. 284, General Laws of 1875. Moved and carried that Resolution No. I be made a special order for 2 o'clock P. M., to-day. U«t •rftBMe#UertMi Monthly. To the County Board of Supervisors of Door County. GENTLEMEN :—Your committee appointed, agreeable to resolutions No's 8 and 13, res- pectfully submit the following as their repo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

ffl& S i HIMRi mm Legislative {Summary. ^ ^ | f ^ A * , - M a r c f t i ' 1. •r-AssemMyr—In the ^Ja|fi[#i|i bills passed: To provide for ^ ^ f i m p r o v e m e r i t of the streets o f ^ ^ f t U w a u k e e to repeal section 1, chap- ^ ^ i f : i 4 4 , : ''laws • of 18~5, • • relating- -to ^ f c t f c e charter of Milwaukee to provide g g l ^ S t h e payment of labor in th e .rfiil money of the United States ^ J i | j o i n t resolution amending the constitu- ^ ^ U t i o h , providing for biennial sessions. I l l t S e n a t e bills were concurred in: relative | | | | i & t h e disposition of license money in | 0 M B ' e town Beewaskum to authorize the J l p l p o w a of Rushfbrd t o borrow money. ^ ^ I B i l l a were indefinitely postponed: in re- te!: latipn t o sewerage in Milwaukee Amending chapter 144, laws of 1875, of the charter of Milwaukee in relation to the Bewerage system in Milwaukee amending section 2, chapter 184, laws f p of 1874, relating to the charter of Mi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

•Mo^^and-iairieii^tliat -U»« report-ofthe Â¥ c o m mtte e On settlement with county^lerk ^and, •im&r& IppoftfteS' it tfie \"last! meeting ^ ° £ $ £ county, board, be made a special order % - j , Moved that the bill o f Sam') Churcbesfor i '%Tyork'bn sperf$ilC^mittec(appointe af, the ^'last.'meeting.-of the (cbun\"ty-board, be allowed infuU. \" . '\"'. '• '• - ':i -•\"'v ,• : \".\\.'j..~„^y •• -.v vMr..Spring offered /the following amend- ment, •\"'.• that »hebill be allowed at $2.oo'per day, \" t h e same as other, committees. V v^: Ayesv.arid noes calledfc'for. Mr. Churches 'asked to be excused frbm voting.—Excused. •' Ayes^Franc, Mullane, Kirsh, Spring—*. Noes—Decamp, Fetzer, graham,'', Wright, v^oyes, Thayer, Gillespie, Bagnall, Delmont I:/.'—9. U\\: ,'• •'• -^ - \" V v v - On the adoption of the 'original motion the ayes and noes were called for. Ayes—Decamp, Franc, Graham,. Wrighf, Noyes, Thayer* Gillespie, Bagnall, Delmont ... -r-o V • •' • Noes—Fetzer, Mullane, ...

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