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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 29 March 1878

... '.'.'' XASISE HOBBORS Of MABCH 24. The schooner lftenii^ St**, Captain J- fi. Boak, came into port ywterday morn- ing, at 6 o'clock, with* caTgo of railroad ties from Ahnapee. When near Pt. Wash- ington at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, she •w|^d|by» squall, which displaced her deckload and came very near washing three of her crew overboard. »he arrived here without any damages, however, mak- ing the rph from Milwaukee in ten hours. The «mobne Minrde Corlet left here on Saturday, bound for the east shore, light. She came to anchor outside during the storm on Saturday night, but, dragging her anchor, she brought up on the break- water behind the Illinois Central car shops near sixteenth Btreet, about midnight. There %ere on boardCaptain Maurmeister andfive rnen. All got on terra firma safely except a seaman named Duncan, who miss- ed in leaping and was drowned. The others describe their experience as a most terrible oneandregard their escape an most narrow. '....'• BAN FRANSISC...

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 — 29 March 1878

JiiM'\"*i\"\"B\"'MiM^^ EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. igs-tg ^ ^Legislative Summary. PIJJFMDAY, March istfr.'— Senate—The .Senate concurred inthe following assem- f^Myhills to regulate the keeping of slaygh sttfter houses in this state to amend the ^g|iyicharter of Stevens Point to amend ffll^ectibn4 of chapter 92 of the general pftlabflra of 1874, entitled an act, to amend elSlcliapter one hundred and twenty-six, liS:-private laws of 1867, entitled an act to ltRMtcorporate the Milwaukee and Brook- lU-fieldinacdamized turnpike company yitSafc-ftmehd chapter 146 of the laws of j$f$872, eutitled an act to_ authorize the tSsfeorganization of corporations for other $$£%'than manufacturing, mercantile, insur- ll^'ance banking, transportation, or trading |' purposes, ar of the acts amendatory $ui thereof: relating to town insurance it&'i-.companies, and amendatory of chapter 00J' 344 of the general laws of 1876, entitled ||: : 'An . act to codify and con- le vsolidate all laws in...

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 — 29 March 1878

--' seriate wasribi insession, r•''•.^'•'•.:i P J ^ ^ the house Mr. Kobins from the com- mitteev on ways and means, reported a substitute for the bill to promote deposits of savings in the treasury and the refunding of the national debt, which was • referred to committee of the whole The bill pro- vides that for the purpose of refunding the outstanding 6 per cent, bonds into bonds bearing a lower rate of interest any person may deposit at any postal money order office lawful money of the United States, in sums not less than one dollar, and shall be entitled to re- ceive therefor a postal money order on the treasury, and that when such money orders shall be presented to the treas- ury at Washington they shall be enter- ed to the credit of the depositor, and when such deposits amount to fifty dol- lars they shall, at the option of the de- positor,,be convertible into 4 percent, bonds. T,he contested election case of Dean vs. Field,-for the third \"district of , Massachusetts, was then...

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 — 29 March 1878

HOT EXPOSITOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIP TION: , TJ-.......$i 5° ass 2Six months \" \" -— 75 |$S!l' |^3JjOne Year (I n ndranee)... |$S£?)' : A NOT PAID ONTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: §feOn«. : Year.„.„.„„ $200 j^f^Si x months ^... .- .- 1 00 STURGEON BAY. MARCH 29, 1878. FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. o o o o c o o o o o o \"Wintery last Saturday and Sunday? K? ^ Mr. and Mrs. Lindsley, have a child very Pi-rick.•• • ' & Thanks to Hon. Gabe Bouck, for docu- pV'.: v ments. ' • ' ' . ' §:}•• .'\\ Mrs. O. E. Dreutzer, is visiting friends §%,£.' in Green Bay. i^• See notice of \"wanted on the Canal,\" in | , another column. fe Perry Graham, of Horse Shoe Bay, was |v in town Wednesday. * ( ! Subscribe for the paper that shines for afv all—the EXPOSITOR. |- Miss Nettle Decanter, is very ill with ii the inflamatory rheumatism. & Dr. E. E. Hutchinson, and lady, are & visiting friends in F t Howard. | : Mr. Udney E. Wolcott.is sick withan at- |J -: tack of inflamatory rheumatism. g| C...

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 — 29 March 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY PR1DA 0. X. U£B.m, BDXTOB AND MOP*. It looks as though the\"candidates, for town election this spring, will not be trotted out until the eleventh hour, but that the run in the twelfth hour will be hot, and. that about 65 instead of 60 minutes will be crowded into the last hour* Let us be careful who we put be- fore the people for candidates, and make such selections as will best suit the position to be filled. However, when selections have been decided upon, stick to the selection, and keep the candidate under motion with a full head of steam. •Hake the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues —they cost the people nothing! Abolish the ££222?L5 a n k s ' f o r w h i c h t n e people are taxed $127,000,000 a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation toget money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds a bond? This government has been pin for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to ru...

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 — 29 March 1878

iifc ^p^rtj^tHBjM^jttyoii* 'chtldj.-/V ''-^.''' r .%':Bot Scarce had vanished o'er his head- w Three sonny eunmera mild. Bre he was dead. In sorrow I Refused to call ii ju»t That he, as fair as aught of E rth, .„,.T.,, . V:. : 80 Soon should turn 10 dust. I once beheld a beauteous flower, As bright a»d fair as day A rude gust tore it from its stem- It withered soon away. I deemed it wrong, for all around Grew «hey of beauty bare. Who tainted with their noxious bro -th The balmy summer-air. But oh 1 since then the passing years Have taught my heart ib) sin That God Who plants His sweets on Earth. Hath right to gather in: That He, from future care and pain, With His endearing love, Hath ta'en my lit tlo brother's soul To dwell with Him above. THE MAN IN THE MOON. ^ p | | Legendary Lore Concerning this Inter* i|tgs estinsr Person and His Companions. f^5|f Among the superstitions yet lingering | p | | . In the minds of mankind, none, per- ^5# haps, is,more universal than that of the ...

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 — 29 March 1878

He wildly rubbed his eyes, he did. With vicious animosity. The while the dust in blinding clouds Did blow with great velocity But she, sweet lass pulled down her veil. And smiled on him benignantly. Which madejilm grit his teeth with rage! And frown on her indignantly. m- Humor. • . ' H' Jeff Davis denies that crinoline story It again. It was furbelow his dignity.— $f Boston Post. _ A youngster in a runaway carriage was asked if he was afraid. He laid, \"No! but I'm afraid I shall be.\" | . The \" Father of his Country \"• hasn't I a monument as yet but there is.a , f burglar-alarm connected with his tomb. f Always brag after you have done ! something. It is - much better- than bragging of actions you are too cowaid- ly to perform. An abandoned wretch affirms that in engaging a wifeonlyrrtring is necessary ' \" but nothing short of the cash will secure a good hired girl. Says Charles O'Connor, \" No guilty person should ever plead guilty. He's got as many chances before a jury as a ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 29 March 1878

jfetanfitifcaBHy earned these: tlrae*j bnt M Wn be madein three months by any on Ol- either sex, In onjrjpnrt d( the country who I* S W ? jftiJItag to work steadily at the employment^that Refurnish. |66 perweek in yourowntown. Yoii S|ltfS?n6e not be away from home over night. Yon can j^^.M'?.^igivfr-your whole time to tne work, or only y\"ur fSlllXitRfi spare moments. We have agents who arc making WSm^/iover.'#20-per-day.. All who eneage at.oucecan IpiSi'Kis:, imake money fast. At the present time money can- \"~' no t be' made so easily and rapidly at any other bt«lnees. It cost nothing to. try the bushiess. Ttjrihs and | 6 outfit free. Address at once, H Hallett & Co., Portland Maine. ,. 4» 4 «y lm The Lightest Running, The Simplest, The Most Durable, The Most Popular SEWING MACHINES. It i» eaally understood, makes the double-thread loclfstltch, hns melt* regulating tensions and take-up, and wlU do the whole range of family trorle without change. The \" Domestic \" is made ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 April 1878

ITHE YERIRE OF BLOOD. I i A Qeaertl ImpWBiIon That There Is No i W»y Now of Averting War. SeryJa CallB&ai all Her Troops, and Will fiusBia Holds linn and England Secedes Notan Inch. M DE PE N D E N T. LONDON, March 87.-—Russia's answer to England's last question merely says that the government adheres to its former /views. This does not sound very promis- ing, but it is still thought here that the »ply will not close all interchange of opinion. \\ VIENNA, March 27.—To-day*H newspa- pers consider that the congress has failed, and that now Austria must look to the protection of her own interests. 'ThcMrw Free Press, Liberal, anti-Russian, and Bis- marckian, says that Gen Ignatieff's pur- pose is to isolate England. The Deutsche Zeilung, a strong German and Anti-Hun- garian, thinks Austria will gain by an An- glo-Russian war. becanse Russia must pay a high price for Austria's neutrality. LONDON, March 2T.^The Times says: \"To surrender the hope of the congress is to abandon the E...

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 — 5 April 1878

MS g BTDBOEtolf BAY, WIB00N6IN. ^|S:p ^BCiuJTARY-ScHaRZ is slowly recover- l^liSjing from his late illness , #• ON Monday, Vermont was treated to Jfifteen inches of snow. # • ' Sft. i WASHINGTON rumor has it that Miss Vinnie Ream is soon to be married. THE cold weather of Sunday and Sun- day night is said to have certainly killed the fruit crop of Ohio. ONE of the last acts of the Iowa legis- lature was the passage by both houses of the bill restoring capital puishment. The new law leaves the fixing of the death penalty to the jury. ' CONGRESS has now a bill before it to abolish all the eighteen pension agen- cies now existing and pay pensioners direct from Washington through any money order post office. PHILADELPHIA was visited by a severe burn on the night of the 25th and morn- ing of the 26th inst. The loss is esti- mated at $1,000,000 and the-number of buildings destroyed is about thirty, mainly large business houses. THE tariff bill as it comes from the full committee is consid...

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 — 5 April 1878

*-'\" 'A^:^Wa8iiingtbnv'dispiatcii of March 28th states that Alexander H. Stephens has introduced a bill providing for an increase of the supreme court of the United States from nine members, as at present constituted, to fifteen membeis, who are to be divided into five sections, of three each, and shall divide the busi- ness of the court among the se\\ eral sections as follows: One taking all cases involving commercial law, bank- ing, and conflict of laws the next tak- ing cases of admiralty,' criminal cases, claims .upon foreign governments, and insolvent laws number three taking all cases involving patents, wills, estates, copyrights, ejectments, pub- lic lands number live taking all cases involving taxes, chancery, federal duties, and revenues, uses and trusts, mandamus practice. Under Mr. Ste- phen's bill, all cases exceeding $500 in- volved can be brought to the~supreme court all cases of original jurisdiction, of treaties under the laws and authority of the United States, in ...

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 — 5 April 1878

tp... StiP TERMS OF SUBSCMPJXQ.NJ- m I? One Year (In ad»anee)...... Six months \"'•• • \" ... . Three •* \" «» • • • :..*i»5° - 75 ... . ... 40 NOT PAID OMTIl. 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: j O n e V e a ^ . ^ . . . . . . . . . . . . - - . . . . f a 00 • 1 00 i Si x monthrs. i week. Read all • • / • on your/snow / / . • another assistant^ See Bring favors us with various enta. Thanks I STURGEON BAY, APRIL 5, 1878. S FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. Loigotnew •'ads\"this of 'em. , it's now April. :ft(8t6rm. : • OnrP. M. has | head of \"born.\" J The fanners are clearing/land and put- jt ting in grain very fast. // %• ^Ir8« P- Grant has tnlly recovered from gan attack of diphtheria. : Mr. D. Van Nostrand, of Appieton, was in the village last Saturday. Hpn.E.8^*inor public doci Mrs. ^ t . Wright has been very sick, fout inflow recovering slow but sure. : Spting has come, and so have our cor-mind t^pondentsfthis week. They all shine. Thanks to the several town clerks and to pewonalefriends ...

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 — 5 April 1878

THEEXPOSITOR PUBLISHE D E V E R Y FR1DA ' C.X. 11ABTIH, EMT08 AND PBOFB. 'JUSTICE.\" Make the greenbacks a legal tendetfor all dues —they cost the people nothing I 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 bondt This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to run it inthe Interest of the People and Labor! THE DOOR COUNTY J N D E P E N D E N T PREENBXLCK P_.UB, meets every Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in ihls villagM. All persons in- terested in the Greenback movement, are respect- fully invited to attend the club, whether residents or non residents of this county. OFFICEKB. R M. WRIGHT President THOS. H. SMITH -... Vice President F.J.HAMILTON... , ^Secretary CHRIS LEONHARDT .Treasurer STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 5, 1878 HA! SEE »EM JUMP? Tr...

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 — 5 April 1878

mm SS^^^iftiB-'ii-To^aid-.MtiLrphl'•: \"..-' --'•\"\" ':'-:- • •'_' te J^ing seal ring—The Arctic zone. % The best muzzle for a dog is the muz- feile Of agun. • Which is the sickest dav in a boy's ?^1^? His first Chew's day. J fcf- There's one redeeming feature about our navy—-it doesn't require a sinking %:Miad. •:'.•' ~.': .-•' \\ Now is the time to take your carpets into the back yard, and beat, what Bob Ingersoll says does not exist out of ? 'em. Canon Farrar says that \"Hell is a temper, not a„ place/' If he has that kind of a wife, why doesn't he apply for a divorce.—Nornstown Herald. The Mediterranean has sunk one- third of an inch since the opening of the Suez Canal. - We knew it had sunk, but didn't think that it had gone down like that.—Danbury News. What is the difference between our EurgeBt ost office and the church that has the clergyman? One has the.post master and the other the most pastor.— Norristown Herald. Will the coming house-fly be built after the model of the ...

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 — 5 April 1878

Some find work where some find rest, And BO the weary world goes on I sometimes wonder which is beet The answer comes when life is gone. Some eyes sleep when some eves wake. And so the dreary night-hours go. Some hearts heat where some hearts break I often wonder why 'tis so. Some wills faint where some wills fight- Some love the tent and someithe field— I oftep wonder who are right— * , The ones who strive, or those who yTStd. Some bands fold where other hands - Are lifted bravely in the strife And so thro1 ages and thro' lands Move on the two extremes of life Some feet halt where some' feet tread In tireless march, a thorny way Some straggle n where some have tied Some seek when others shun the fray. Some swords rust where others clash. gome fall ba- k where some move on. Some flags furl where others flash Until the battle has been won. Some sleep on while others keep The vigils or the true and brave They will not rest till roses creep Around their name, above a grave. —Father Rya...

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

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ p it ^ W v ' * w t easily earned' those time*, feat -...-. • ' c a n be made in three months by any on iOt'elther sex, in any r.art ot the country who U V irtHinjr to work steadily at the employment • thftt e**nrcnish. $66 per week in your own town. Yon JW^cdiiot bo away from homeovernight. You can \"givoyour whole time to the work, or only your 'Spare moments.. We have agents who are making JOver v|20 per* day. AH who eneage at once can :make money fast. At the present time money can- not b e made so easily and. rapidly fit any cither ^bttBraegs,. It cost* nothing ro try the business. Terms and 15 outfit free. Address at once, M fHallett*& Co.,Portland Maine. *24 : -^± • '• - •' * . . • _ • • : : • mM • V We arc now selling New Pianos * $125songs, Each.^ and all styles, including Grand, $quare and Upright, all new and strictly first-class, at the low- est net cash wholesale factory prices, direct to the purchaser. No ...

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 — 12 April 1878

Emt Will Daelare HerI»dcp«nde«* if Tirkey Fonts\"a*AUiaace Against Eaglaa*. The Vartau Powers Waiting lor One Anotherto The SItutlon In Europe Change. Without Material INDEPIKD EN T . ATHENS, April 8.—The Admiral com- maMing the United States squadron cruis ing to Giwfe waters has ordered a man-of- war from Smyrna to proceed to Volo, near which place, according to latest accounts, massacres and pillaging by the Turks still continue. The Turkish squadron has left • Volo, destination unknown. ST. PETERSBUBCJ, April 3.—The Agenct Ruse says: \"If Lord Salisbury's note is 1• decline a congress, its end is attained but if it is - intended to open discussion, discussion by written^communication may last a year, particularly as the note con- tains criticisms bnt no proposals.\" A Rome dispatch says the Fanfulla be- lieves the English Ambassador is actively urging the 'Italian Government to as- sume an attitude favorable to England. LONDON, 4.- A dispatch from Athens says the American man...

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 — 12 April 1878

p^ s lis iiiiXiiteiifQll IT BAY, WISCONSIN. ammmaesmMimmmmamm mm mm ^HENEEALNEWS. g^:|fTHE Ifist^Iowa legislature is being IIIIJirjHaedby newspapers of other states £®|foi§ its Avork of economy ijAix. the bankers^and all congress p l ^ h h o t convince Secretary John Sher- ,^f|fiiaan that he will not be able to resume |||jpfan .lst t 1879 v . .. -\\-~ - jp^., ,,.i T.THfi local elections throughout Mich- |||f|pigah, Indiana, Illinois, WisconsinXIowa llttf&and Minnesota indicate unusual strength of the greenback, or what is now called^ the national party. T H E ex&mihationof the U. S. frigate Wyoming, that recently started to Paris with a cargo of exposition goods^ and becoming disabled returned, shows that it will cost $20,000 to\\epair the vessel and it will not get away again for 'several weeks if it goes at all. \\ The Pacific Railways. \\ There are no less than four important Pacific railway measures before con- gress two at least are of national im- portance, and shou...

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 — 12 April 1878

An associated press dispatch from Washington of-the 3d irist,, says the committee on commerce have agreed upon the following appropriations for rivers and harbors on the northwestern lakes: Wabash River Minnesota Rivet Red River of the North... Superior Bay., loga Ha Eagle Harbor.. Ontonogan n Harbor.. .•#•• ., Marquette. Menominee \\ .' Green Bay... ' ... '. • Harbor of Refuge at Sturgeon Bay. Ahnapee Two Rivers..... Manitowoc Sheboygan Port Washington*. Milwaukee. .. . Racine.... 1 Kenosha Fox and Wisconsin Rivers Chicago Harbor .' Calumet Michigan City.... Charlovoix Frankfort . Manistee . Ludlngtou........ Pentwater White River Grand Haven BtiCk Lake.... Saucatuck South Haven St. Joseph St. Mary's Kiver and Canal. ... Harbor of Refnee. Lake Huron. St. Clair River DetroitRiver St. Clair Flats Saginavf River Sheboygan. Monroe, Mich Toledo Sandusky Huron Vermillion.. Cleveland Fairport Ashtabula.. • Erie Buffalo ? 50.000 10,000 30,000 33,000 15,000 8.000 2,001. 10,000 5,000 30,000 ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 April 1878

10&F SUBSCRIPTION: :-m-^' ^........... ------ 7S rwv: *« •' • .......4 40 iSjf^ttlL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: \" ' -_ j 2 Qj, I OO W- BAY, APRIL 12, 1878. m DfATlNO SPRING BUBBLES. 1$ aw as busy a3 beks. |||3 weather for farm work. iFojesytb, has gone to Milwaukee. ijEfitt^Seeds are cheaper this year than planks are much needed in some |£pur sidewalks. flll^ind was traveling at the velocity I'-pef hour last Wednesday. *8 going to be the first man in town Si and belch forth soda water this |f: . ' • ' . lipomas Scott of this village, and poffen, of Appleton favored us with yesterday. ig'schooner Gtoten is in port loading JI?, Guthries icehouse. The cargo J8 to be shipped to Chicago. Ifqiiet players, with mallet and balls |tviB service, are now noticable i. I^laces throughout the village- industrious hen stands at the head of crop in this oounty just at pres- §j|beU covered steak 12 cents per- man is not to be believed because he * pious face.\" The word. \"In God jrtj8t,\" a...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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