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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^p^^^^^^ Foreign SewS. TEXT OF THE TREATY OF PEACE.•••. Constantinople advices under date of March 7th. says the treaty of peace bears the title '- Preliminaries of Peace,\" and contains twenty-nine articles.. The opening articles-relate to Montenegro. Servia, and Bulgaria. llie Indemnity is fixed at 1,410,000,- 000 rubles, but 1,100,000,000 are cover- ed by territorial* cessions. Nothing is fixed concerning the terms and period of payment of the 310.000,000. , -No guarantee is stipulated, nor. is there mention of Egyptian or Bulgar- ian tributes or the Turkish fleet. The treaty simply states that Russia and Turkey shall agree subsequently about the payment. Pirot remains Bulgarian. Servia includes Sienitza, Nov-Bazar, and Vr'anja. • Montenegro includes Antivari, Spuz, Podgoritza, and Nicsics. All the Bulgarian fortresses are to be razed and the Turkish troops withdrawn. A military road will be established for the Ottoman posts and the telegraph, and the passage o...

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 — 15 March 1878

EXPOSITOR SUPPLEMENT. STIPULATION OF A. W. LAWRENCE. Circuit Court Door Co., State of Wisconsin. A. W. Lawrence, Plff. • • •• '. vs - . • • - • . . . The County Board of Super. \" . - visors of Door County, Defts. To C. A. Mrsse, Co. Clerk of Door Co : It is hereby stipulated and agreed by and between the parties to the above en titled-action that said action be discontinued and dismissed, and the same is hereby dismissed and discontin-- ued on the following terms, to wit: no costs by Statute, shall be taxed and each party shall pay his Own costs except as to costs of the referee of (Which each party shall pay one half. The dis- missal of said action shall operate as a disso- lution of the injunction now in force, but shall not otherwise effect the rights of either party as to the subject matter of said action, G. W. ALLEN. Att'y for Plaintiff. Sturgeon Bay, June 8th, 1877. —, Ch'n of Board. A. D . THOBP, '. County Clerk. On motion report of commiittee was adopt- ed and concurred in...

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 — 15 March 1878

^ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: WB^M\\VAX (in advance)....,.,.... . $» 5 o *v,/-48iX months '» \" . . „ . . . . .. . . . « i Three ^iiS'S\"•Â£'•'• vNOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: Si4ii '«\" e Y e a r . . . . . . „ . _ . „ . . _ . . . . . . . . , . . . : _ . . . . . $ , oo fesx ^-8iX'months.......... . . . . . . „ „ . . „ . . . . ' 1 oo fes ?£: il- *fe tK FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. & ^ t it come —gentle spring! . \"To owe is human, to pay up dyinc.\" r Never strike a mustache when it isdown. The time for town election is near at hand. Bucks and duck hunters are getting numerous. Who's a goin' to eat maple taffy on • snow this season? Vv Mr.—, J. T. Wright wishes you to ..bring his saddle home. Pigeons are already attracting the atten- v of our sportsmen. Hon. D. A. Reed has gone to Green Bay on legal business. Eighty columns! That's the size of the EXPOSITOR this week. Aud now they talk of hauling logs from the pineries by steam. '•What d'ye say?\" seems to be the \"pet\"...

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 — 15 March 1878

|^ ^ith.^e.fpHowingTCsult:': . -,' 'l-.,^.,,.. • •, £&& •iffj^Sr^iieskr^ [ D^campv \"' Fe tzeC Mullan£ j p ^ d - S p r J n g - ^ , : . -...• sS:ffil^«s~MeSsr8, Franc,', Gafrett, '. Graham, K : S v ^ ^ t . . N o y e s Thayerv Gillespkj Churches, |Wi^80« i E^kihe, arid.peljiiontt^ii.,' S x ^ ^ A ^ and noes called on the original motion 5'• i^with the^following result: «v &\"^Ayes-Messrs.. Franc, Garrett, Graham, 'Sw$BP*i Noyes, Thayer, Gillespie, Churches, ' T^irgersori, Erskine, and Delmont— II. - ^••'lV: ««s^Mes5r& Decamp, Fetzer, Mullane, ::4-^&d!\\Spmg-y4-'''''•''•• '•' •' ^:-:f:',MLpyed-.by Mr. Thayer, and duty seconded, *that jMbill of the'Town of Liberty Grove be •/ vkildwteo*in |,a1l.,. • •'.*'.'•\"\"''..' ••,.••''.\".' ::''^-v'.-'' :Aye».':*ni!i'''''noes called, with the following h:' f'result:',•,,'.•'•\" • ' , ' ' ' .- [ }t ^iiyes^rMessrs. Franc, Noyes,•\"' Thayer, Gil- \" terney Torgerson—5. :-:p Noes^Messrs. Decamp, Fetzer, Garrett, Graham Mull...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

I [CONTINUED FBOM l8tV • PAQB] i inflation, began to rub his- eyes, finally bke up, and in writing the history of it says: I*'Who would have dared believe that, in the. fdst of the greatest calamities which ever be- i a nation, with an enormJUS ransom to pay a sign country, and with great domestic losses repair, a credit circulation (paper money) buld be maintained four times as large as its feUlic base and that this circulation could ach the ^enormous figures of $600,000,000 fithout depreciation! Such a phenomenon has never before been f itnessed in the financial world! It apparently reverses the economical and Inancial principle which the authorities Oh le subject have hitherto labored to establish! Is financial science assuming a new aspect, Ind proving that we have all been wrong in leartng irredeemable paper money? Are we p learn that ideas have made progress, and that we are on the eve of realizing that fam- ?jis 'wagon-way through the air' spoken of by i^dam Smith and'Ricardo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

EXPOSITPR SUPPLEMENT. without permission of this Board. \" Therefore, Resolved* that the said II . T . Scudder be, and he is ^hereby instructed to vacate said room forthwith and that the Clerk of this Board requested to serve a copy of this reso- lution on him, immediately. Mr. Thayer offered the following amend- ment to resolution No. 13: and that each and every person, not' a county officer, be forbid- den to occupy any office in the county: build- sing for any purpose whatever: and if any per- scavpccupies the same at this time in violation of tlils^resolution, then the Clerk of this Board is to notify such person to vacate the premises forth withTN. On motion/Mr. Thayer's amendment was adopted by the Board. On motion, resolution No. 13, as amended, was adopted and concurred in by the Board. Res. No. 14, offered by H G. Spring. Resolved, that the county treasurer be re- quested to furnish to this board^a^duplicate copy of the warrant issued by him to the sher- iff' to collect the...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

f SM^MSnUiM M%M$J8ffiiffi$$$iEs&: m llie Besulth of Some Years of ObsivrTa- §^Uoiis---l!lie?-Increase and Diminution | A Vo.f-Solar Energy. \" . :K,v' ,P.y': •'\":, ,': .Now YoikSun. -Sv- V During the last half century there has U'•been observed, formulated and verified S by accurate prediction'one of those uni- j:f formities of change-, called laws, that |M may deserve to rank in human interest S next after those two most obvious and %?i momentous changes that men know, : viz.: the rotation of the earth apparent }•-,in the recurrence of light and chirk, and the revolution of the earth apparent in the unceasing succession of the stars. An obscure German astronomer— : Hofrath Schwabe of Dessau—began in v {: .1826, at first with his naked eyes, to count, measure, and record the spots - u p o n the sun, if any, every day its face could be seen, so as, perchance, to dis- cern any ebb or flow at the fountain of • all terrestrial energy. \" I went out like Saul,\" he afterward said, ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

i® ff:, SL•O\" !. I : r*\"^ tlieVfollawirig tabular statement of the Valua- tion of the real and personal property, in the cawntyi i .'•'/-' '.-•' ''•.\".\"\"I: BAILEY'S HARBOR Real Estate, at $2 25 per acre •Personal Property........... Village Property............ V^v-Totall...•...:.:•..\"....•..:. 18,00075 5.73300 2,83000 BRUSSELS. Real Estate, $2 25 per acre.1. Personal Property.......... i T b t a i . . . . . . . „ . . . V.. .$36.56875 • 41 287 50 . 6.31.600 •$47,603 50 20,921 12 7.85380 \" . . CLAY BANKS. Real Estate, $2 25 per acre... Personal Property ,.., »••... Total............-..-.. . $28,774 92 EGG HARBOR. Real Estate, at $2 25 per acre... Personal Property............. Total........!,......... . 48..31400 3.298 90 FORESTVILLE. Real Estate, at $2 50 per acre. Personal Property.... . . ,'• •. • .$51,612 90 .55,56200 . 8,79300 .$43,081 00 '.. 47,457 00by .. 6,257 00 . 4,827,00 .$58^541 00 35,212 50 3,57600 5,147 00 •$43,935 50 ••• 72.738 oc . 10,01860 £82,75600 45.076 ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

9^^SSSS^mi Ar-tr In the mountain fastness, ^ Where man'y loot has n«vcr trod, Where the cloven feet of wild goats Have not pressed the virgin sod— s There. In the silent, mossy keep. In the roefcv canon, lbne and deep. Are woven'the threads of stiver ffleam That lorm the m ghty river's stream. Eastward, in golden gate* of morn. Where sunbeam, ever reigns, Where the soi'nbre pall ol darkness I 'ay's perfection never stains - There come, tnrough pearly states of dew, 'I hat Angels for their passage drew, The woven ravs of sunshine bright-' That give our happv world its light. Thus the 6onls of men and nations.' Krom the uuscen sources fur, Presslug onward, ever onward, Following Freedom's guiding star: They .come from lands of rising sun, •- Where hi&ray* fall when day is done—' Drawn-to the hope of being free By thiu sub lie cord. Adversity. OCR LITTLE WA1TIN0-MAID. Harper's Weekly. I never thought so little of Barbara Darling as I did that July afternoon when she stood by the w...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

s, and that your honorable body • representative and- the Legisla- to have enacted sbme eflfi' the prevention, ^detecUon, mi claim against the -comity under the Statute of o darkness, limUdfions.r . , . , ©AVJD GRApAM. sa£ of X865, 103, sateflrf 1866, 184, sale of mj, 103, sale of 1868, we cannot recommend their cancellation, as they have ceased to be a for siich lawless acts,.f . , lit of our state aricl &e protection Very^pectfuily, R . M. WBIGHT CO, Judge. . lion of R . M.\"WrigHPs, memorial was lo a special committee consisting of Fetzer, Thayer and Graham, with Ins to report at 2 q'cloct. P. Mi Io- by the citizens of the town of »rt presented and read to the Board L OF CHAS. REYNOLDS AND OTHERS.' ronorabU the Board of Supervisors of \\unty. •memorialists, residents and tax-payers onporCrepresent: \\ it the lastlequalization of youtBoard, I every equalization of your Board for . five years, the town of Jacksonport \\ compelled to pay three times more just proportion of th...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

H£g m W^zFS. mm* Mm ^ ^ ^ p l ^ S i* ftn:,flJD6 [OOITCLrU)EIFBp 5th, PAGE] M RS. Nl. A. SCHUYLER'3 not be discouraged. Do not give up j Vthe fight. Stand by your colons. Do not i vv stop to ask if you are going to win. Every .•vote is a victory the 80,000 votes cast for :: Cooper arid Cary, last year, was a warning to the politicians and th,e Money Power that the people are about to take matters v into their own hands. [Applause.] The ^organization of the greenback party is forcing the money question to the front, - it is a question that can no longer be ig- • nored. [Applause] ^hen work, work! .and victory will surely come! Everywhere throughout the land the People are arous- ing the beacon fires are kindled on the hill-tops the clans are gathering in the valleys from the north, froia/tfi* south, from the east and from thft/iwi^'$j§itfr already heard the murmuring of th&peo- ple —their voice will soo0: bfe he^flfc^A it will be no uncertain souh^it #U]'-eorne like the Hashing ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 March 1878

Be .*aad . Oa Interest, Taxc \\e«d* Adrertislag Fees, Bedenptloa Fen, anreported aid erroaiomto .fvv*:-.*-.^^,^^^.. reported, as follow* f Date. Month. (.-» January . . . . . . . . . . . : February... March..... . . April , T . . ~ . . . . . . . M a y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June...... . . . . July...**.. August.... .. September. October........?.. November......... December . . : i ^ f e Interest. S'« m , January. February—...... Match...... . April May ..- lune July . August... . . . . . J . September Octobei November December......... January....... February .,. . March..... April.... May........ . June : . . . . - . July August September i.'.'..v October November........... December :. January , February March... April. Maj .' June July August September October November December January February . . . . . . March.. .-..:.. April . . . . . — . . . . . . M a y . . . . . . . . . . June . J July . . . : August Ut September ..CcS. Octaber..,.' November December \"?.7\" i%V i 8...

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 — 22 March 1878

TS&Wir THIBD PARTY. The toanagew of both partiea in the Western States are much exercised over the moyementfrof the so-called National party which WM recently organized at To- ledo, as it takes in the political elements f Greenbackers, Woridngmen, Reformers, and the like. In these times, when so much labor is unfortunately idle, the meetings are large and the enrollments of membership formidable iirnumbrs. Who^ Wer supposes the leaders of this move- ment, that is to say, the men who quietly shape its policy and direct its operations, are crack-brained adventurers, because there have been foolish utterances in their conventions, has formed a very unjust .op- pinion of the capacity of some of the men engaged in the work. Many sagacious poli- ticians, of trained ability, and of good standing heretofore as Democrats and Re- publicans, are connected with the organi- zation, and doubtless look to it as a means of promoting their ambition. The exist- ing circumstances of the country, a...

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 — 22 March 1878

ff§S EXFOSITOR, 8TUBGE0N BAY, WISCONSIN. Legislative Summary. ~v*,w,.,$ FRIDAY, March 8th—Senate.—In the feifS senate a largo number of remonstrances w''r\"'*?\"(i\"\"^agairist.thc further taxation of life in- surance companies, were introduced by sundry senators. A Senator Trait introduced the follow- ing joint resolutions: - :.. Resolved by the senate, Vic assembly con- curring. That the gift of ex-Goyernor C. C. Washburn, of his residence at Edge- wood for an industrial school for girls, be accepted by the state, and the prop-, erty shall,be used for the purpose men- tioned in his communication to GOT. Smith, of January 11, 1878, or for such other purposes of a like nature, as may be approved by the donor. Resolved, further that the governor be authorized and directed to take such formal action as may be necessary to secure the title to the state, of the property mentioned for the purpose au- thorized by this resolution. The resolution was adopted by the following vote: •yly«i—...

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 — 22 March 1878

.,,.. feeiTe&ejye^^ir&ST^ conirnittees and 'tl^5^kup''ih'e''J6hg borid bill, pending the dlacussion of which, the senate, adjourned. * FRIDAY, March 8th — House—The house took up as. unfinished business the ante-bellum mail contract claims of the'south. Upon this bill a lively de- bate continued throughout--.the day. No vote will be readied on the bill for several days. MONDAY, March, 11.-—Senate.——In the senate a large, number of petitions were presented, remon- strating against the transfer of the life savings service to the navy de- partment, and against tax on incomes.. Mr. Matthews, .from the. committee oh railroad, reported with amendment • in the nature of a substitute, the bill re- cently introduced by Mr. Dorsey in re- lation to the establishment of a sinking fund for the liquidation of the .indebted- ness due the government by the Pacific railroad^ companies. The bill providing- for • a commission on the alcoholic liquor traffic, vit amend- ment that one member be ...

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 — 22 March 1878

Jppfpl S R M » f i O N = • BAY, MARCH 29,1878. ilfe \"•\"••• $mÂ¥ EpSSt ft5 Wi', I P? m^§§:lTEJ?MS OF SUBSCRIPTION: l|j|S#Y«iar (In advance).:...... .Si co teejX'.months \" t • ,. . . . • , mg^:^:-\" •\"• • -.,..:: :::::::::::::- •Â£people, iiPPkl•!» N O T '*\" VHriL, 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING! iifegne-Year...:.....:. ' »a «, ^FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. Galy $1.50 a year. Flies are getting friendly. H i ^'Pigging\" l/as commenced on the canal, p^Mis s Sarah Gillespie, we hear, is quite I E -Subscribe for the EXPOSITOR, and pay & We notice D. L. Ramagc on the streets r? again ^ F i s h i n g tackles have been in demand £ during the past week. - p. We commence the publication-of the ^ t a t e laws this week, on the inside. fe How shall a man provide for the future, I Who can barely live in the present? 1 County clerk Thorp's youngest child is y.Tery sick with tne whooping cough. y There were some heavy purchases of real estate made in this county last week. . The steamer.Un...

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 — 22 March 1878

\\ THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FR1DA ||C. L XASTZir, ZDITOS ABB PBOTS. iff. \"••-'•-.•• • f'-:-'!\"• California is cheerful over the benefits which will result from the late flood. The- Colusi Sun says it is estimated that 10,000 acres of land heretofore comparatively unproductive have been covered from six inches to two feet with a rich alluvial deposit The 'hard pan\" covered with, this sediment makes the very best grain land. °aSnh^.et **- & •\" * he ° U8h t DREUTZER & CO., S E E W H A T After a lapse of seventy years the herrings bave returned en masse to the shores of Sweden and the fisheries are now in their glory again, to the great relief fo the country. The last disappearance was in 1808, and' according to tradition they should be plentiful for sixty or eighty years to come. kind to get a premium Little Sturgeon Bay is almost clear of ice now, but there is lots of ice to be seen out- side, on Green Bay. Last week' one of the boys in this town got married, which ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 March 1878

^pllbaWlitJ' -ofDroughts \\n Many Places \"**\" ' • of the United Steles. h St. Paul Honour Prees. •'„. mm mi ilis ^ p i r 0. C: BlaWe, of Decatur, 111., who | | ^ ^ ^ e predictions of weather last year, j ^ i ^ h i c l i he claims were almost literally llpiSulnlled, sends us a circular containing ^Ifjpredictions for 1878-9. As the weather \"^fislan important iopic at all seasons, we #|fgiye(place to Mr. Blake's predictions, IpPfwhich will,be* interesting to preserve |§1jlli Tor.reference during the season. Jl|§||^March , 1878—Will \" come in like a | | | | | ^ ~ s h e e p , and go 0'it like a lamb.\" The Ipgll^rs t of. March will be moderate, and ^^i^gradually grow warmer till the end of JHI^the'month though there will doubtless ^ g 5 ^ h e two or three moderately cold spells \"*\"' ^during the month, but none that might ^be deemed cold. The equinoctial storln ''will be a rather warm one. The precip- itation for the month will be a full aver- age, and in the form of rain except i...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 March 1878

The woman was old ami raffled and Rrsy, : And bent with the chill or ihe wlnler'sday • : . ' , - . • • : • ' * The street was wet with a recent Bnow. And ibe woman's feet vrerc aged and slow She stood at the crossing and waited long, Alone, iineared Tor, am d the throng \"Oi'humari beings who passed h^r by, , Nor heeded the glance of her anxious eye. Down the street, with laugluer and shout. Glad in the freedom oP'sclfooi letoar,v Came the hoys like a flock of sheep. Hailing the snow piled white and deep, Past the woman so old and gray Hastened the children ou their wajx Nor offered a helping hand to he/, , So meek, so timid, afraid to.stir Lest the carriage wheels or the horses* feet Should crowd her down in the slipoery street. At last came one of the/tncrry troop — The gayest laddie of an the groupe He paused beside heV, and whispered low: \" I'll help you acrbss ir youWish to go.\" Her a«ed band/on his strong young arm She placed, ar/d so without hurt or harm, He guided/her tre...

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 — 22 March 1878

COUGH, COL D Or Sore Throat BEQU1RES Immediate Attention. M$0in iAi continuance .for anytengjthof time, i^^pcauses irritation of the lnn/ccs, or some |||gt|tehr6nic Throat affection. Neglect often- fe incurable Lung dis- gp^^^iase.: Brown's Bronchial TrocheK have i p K « proved their Efficacy, py a test of many | | i f e years, and will 'almost invariably give im gg0mediate relief. Obtain only Brown's | ^ \" Bronchical Troches, and do not take any s l l of \"the worthless iinmitation that may be s#*' bffereii ism& m R m b:: Excelsior Brewery. WAGEE BROS., SturgeonBay, Wis. « r T h ? ucst- ^ u a , i t y oi ' J e e r constantly on hand We shall aim to merit public patronage by manu factoring a beverage that can not be excelled. J3T Brewery second door South of the Court House. VMtf HORN'S PIER STORE. HORN'S PIER. WIS. Chicago Qffloe, 884 South Water Street. 3»4tl HORN A JOSEP H e= 99 \"Everybody Wants A PRACTICAL Knitting Machine Knits all sizes of work, narrows and widens i» ...

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