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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 April 1878

\\ . *FHE EXPOSITOR / PUBLISHED EVERY FR1DA C.!. KABTIH, EDXTOB AHS PB0PB. 'JUSTICE.' Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues —they cost the people nothing t Abolish the -National Banks, for which the people are taxed $187,000,000 a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds a bond? This government has been ran for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest Bor Greenbac k part y propo s of the People andXaborl THE DOOR COUNTY INDEPENDENT PREENB&CK puvB, meets every Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in this 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. OFFICERS. . R. M. WRIGHT President THOS. H.SMITH Vice President F. J. HAMILTON Secretory CHRIS LEONHARDT..... Treasurer STUBGEON BAY, WIS., APBIL 12,1878 ...

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 — 12 April 1878

yon try, with your etinnhlno fi|'?1T6i»r wind, brcatlilhg low and yourblrdn thBt feK'ivSlngtojretl-er, v••••.•' • • ?n-xbnt n»liity bine that 61)8 the hollow* of tho Mils, |#jS TFou can make a dny of most cncbnntluff jfv^^woather 1 • ': '-. '• pMKJBiit\" n tlil« lovely morning you have for your ${p?te-v,cv:'tul6rnlnfc ••• . \" • • ' • . • • JlfSls's vThi v presence of my only love, my darlinpi my ^ivSoyou have M O need to try, with yonr Bunnhino ' • and7onr8ky, • To make this day the day of ail the your.' flMi f Y«t, April,doyourbest, with a'soft wind from the &•%••:•Â£*'- • • '• • we«t. • . • iMS:^ With anultRbt on tho aprlnglng sra»«, and ., .jUC tender blue ubove— |fe Let your Hinclnff bird* King loudly, and your ^ P & flowers look up proudly— m& n • i Somay you »orvo tho lady of my love! O month of changeful mien—your dayn muy be • • : i serene — 'v Or yonr oobblng cant wind may bo bringing rainy weathur—• • • . Each IH a welcome-day, for It takus mo nearer M...

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 — 12 April 1878

GEftEBAL LAWS OF WISCONSIN. [Pabllshed March 27,1878-1 CHAPTER 187. AJf ACTto amend section 1 of chapter 289 or thr general laws of 18TI, relative to the employment of children in factories or other workshops it. this state. The people of the state, of WUcorwtn. represented in taiate and assembly, do enact q$follows: Section K- Section 1 of chapter 289 of the laws ot 1877 is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Section h It shall hereafter he unlawful to employ any child or children under twelve years of age at any manual labor In any factors' or other workshop, where more than three persons are employed in this state, and no child or children of twelve and under fourteen years of age shall be so employed in • any such factory or workshops for more than seven months in any one year. . ' Section 2. This act shall take effect and be In fore* from and after its passage and publication. Approved March 15, W78. [Published March 25.18T8.] CHAPTKR334. AN ACT lu relation to thecollectio...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 April 1878

Myonr whole moments. 'Wtp _s monerttttiJ ™3M: «tiW -i0ii\\, SttdcCoVi . . time*, ta t Btfarbyanyon xrantry who U jfloyment that -itown. *Y«m JH. TdhcaB kvor only your •re making __ at once can' rat motley can- ly at any other „ „ , UWtfbMjoeM Address at once, H KWrie. •- . ' '-. 4«-4-«y • mt -l^mra*Ma women, boys and girls wanted p p i M h H i W work for in. N»w & the. time. jp-Coetlyoutfltana termsfree. Addrees Tains A Co., mjgfcui^lis^y-'-'--VAA 'A\\: . We are now selling New Pianos ~ 5 $125 Each, and all styles, including Grand, Square and Upright, all new and strictly first-class, at the low- est net cash wholesale factory, prices, direct to the purchaser. •'• No Agents no commissions no discounts.- Pi- anos for fjoo, containing . . MATHUSHEK'8 New Patent Duplex Overstrung Scale, which is'without question the. greatest improve* ment ever put into a Squire Piano, producing the most astonishing power, richness and. debth of tone, and a sustaining singing quality never b...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 April 1878

Waiting and Watching, »•• bteaala* of, Buaiafa Asia M Far M Iru. roM^aBdVteaalary latamltf toBanita. If Thla Bails It Accepted,««mtnr Will C«. dartaks to BMrgttiealljr M e ker Iafla. Meet* teiraada BuiIa to Granttat Commas Fall Power to Modify, the Other Territorial CIIMCM Pro- posed a/the Treatf. ':''•* AjB The Porto Considering the Qaettlea ef Trans- • ferrliK the Seat of GoVenuaeat to 8e«- UrL to Avoid Belaa Forced latoaa Allium*/ Either of tho Belllr- areata. Dark and Threatening Cloads Reappear In the Eastern Horizon, Owing to the Speeches Made la the Baitlsh Parliaiaent. LONDON, April 9.^St. Petersburg tele- grams say the feeling gains ground that some formula will be invented which will remove,objections to the assemblings of the congress. The drift of the news from Constantinople is again distinctly pro- English. New objections have been taken by the Turks against the Russian military movements. The Russian garrisons have relieved the Roumanians at Widin, Nicopolis, and...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 April 1878

liiiiiil^ fcrUBaifoN BAY, WIBOONfitN. m *£ SLIDISON WELLS will sue the Phila- ||||de1phia Times for libel in charging him llSrith having secreted stolen mules. m m |rfiN writing his magazine article on col- l e g e decipline, it is said Dr. McCosh will i take the ground that there is such a |place as . ' }\\ THEjways and means committee of tiie house of representatives has decided to report favorably a bill reyiving the income tax. All incomes below $2000 are exempt. THE supporters of President Hayes are organizing in Washington what is termed the conservative party. It will support the president and administra- tion. SECRETARY SHERMAN has been in New York for a few days and it JB stated that he'has negotiated the sale of $50,- 000,000 of the 4£ per cent, bonds at a premium in gold of about three cents. THE Baldwin railway locomotive : works havo completed eight loconio- tives for the government of Brazil. This shipment will make twenty-one lo- comotives built at tho Baldwin works...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 April 1878

i---^:::'^::f0^ In Cite executive vsi^ipn on th«^ 10th inst , the senate confirm- ed the following nominations: John W. Hoyt, Wisconsin, governor of Wyoming Territory Thomas Adamson, Pennsylvania, consul-general at Rio Janeiro Thomas M. Dawson, Califor- nia, consul, at Appia Samonian Island John G. Austin, Phillipine Islands, con- sul at Hoilio James G. Hall, New Hampshire, United States district at- torney of New Hampshire J. W. Griest, Pennsylvania, \\ Indian Otoe agency, Nebraska. .\"Collectors of customs—W. H. Huse, New- buryport, Massachusetts J. W. Howell, Fernandina, Florida S. H. Dole. Plymouth, Massachusetts James Brady, jr., Fall River. Post- al asters—rGiimore M. Stratton, C lay Center, Kansas, Lewis C. Chitten- , den, Paoli, Kansas. v REPUBIJCAN CAUCUS. The republican caucus was held on the evening of the 10th inst., in the hall of the house of repre- sentatives. There were about 110 rep- resentatives and upwards of 25 senators present, Conkling and Blaine not being amo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 April 1878

^M^EliMS'-OF SUBSCRIPTION ••Year (UidTiiiee). ux months',\"?': • « l'«eyV5.:. •Â«•'••-. •' \" • - 75 .. 40 *3fork Mra/ify ^tasiai that we must foi^ve enemies, but that ^ ItMQ'vTAlb UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRfBINO: i«i«iontKs.........„.^... IOO FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. I ^ i a y is the last day of 'Lent,\" and H§0oo d Friday.\" p^Bllpport your home papers first—outside ^^jpfeini afterward. te|ltlttle minds like little dogs, often annoy i|prfiplecommunities. epillie Lucy Graham, made this port Sun- ffii'uy. \"She was carrying a bone in her l^eth.^ : . . PI^The older the tree the thicker the §tbark^' but the older the dog the thinner Sthe-bark. |||g5:3.A Masse has decorated the South |]flde of his lot on Spruce street, by setting out shade trees. s|fo Oo a fishing early in the morning. It's good for the health, even though you do f ^ t ' catch a flsh g j 4 Birmingham & Thomas are fitting up ||ftheir place near the lower mill, prepara- fpory to moving into the dwelling. H?:}P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 April 1878

m, P U B U 8 H B D K V E R ^ F R I D A Z.., ( c.i. KiBTiii, niwsi»D'iaorBi Hake the greenbacks a legal tender for all duet —they cost, the people nothing J 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 (leny that right to an individual who holds h bond? Thia government haB 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.J&abor 1 THE DOOR COUNTY JNDEPENDENT PREENBACK PLUB, meets every Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in this village. All persons in- terested in the Greenback movement, are respect- fully invited to attend the club, whether residents or non residents of this county. OFFICERS. R. M. WRIGHT.: President ,-THOS.H^SMITH _ Vice President P.J.HAMILTON Secretary CHKIS LEONHARDT Treasurer .\"Sectetary Sherman went t o . N e w York a ] 'wee ag o last Monday nigh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 April 1878

P#s m ^P^fK^PiSBV^iinB^BLIZABETII O. IUNNBU.Y- ', # Weili wife, this is o funny world some folks are SP^^r^^K-Tniibty strange ffe^^^Jtfleeins toroe since I was young there's been a mMMi? :--• wondrous change: «%fc I naet with Peter Jones to-day. right bluff up on MUsi^^-N\"thestreet: •'.••, » . . . ' • ' . mM'£fM might have seen ray linage in the boots upon his fffi&ti&C^-: wet,. •'.'. ••'•'•• • :||i:'But yon think that Peter knew me f Wby, bless %&$%&£•> .\"-.•••yon. Honey* no! ^s^s ^ He acted Jike he never had heard tell of me be- ^\"^\"u^-fore,.\": '•••.'. He kept onbnsv talking to a fellow at bis Bide, B p £ And looked so consequential, the embodiment of Jlfete^^-pride ... .- ... \" ^Sw3v Â¥-:\"'\"looked, I and kept a looking, I cotild scarce be, 3j!=g\\'vA- .\"Heve'myoyes . . • It's mighty strange, thcie modem times how quick some peoplo rise It seems just like the other day that Peter drove • a cart, • 'And worked at any sort of job.ttj iret a littl...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 April 1878

\"wounded during th(B war amounts ^9,- 304 : 36j824 wounded have entirely re- covered, and lOjOOCfwill be able to leave the hospitals in a few weeks. One sol- dier in every six has been killed or wounded—an unusually high propor- tion.- No ADULTERATION.—Best Chemical Sal- eratus made by DeLand & Co., is abso- lutely pure, hence is much cheaper and better for cooking\"purposes than Bak- ing Powder and Tnost other brands of Saleratus. Try and convince yourself. ?JoSE8 of Rrlghan «pt too freight-paid Ton, Brlghamton,N.Y a»~l C\\ A. D A Y . How to make It. Something new «\"* X « 7 for Agents. COK. YOXGK * Oo..St.1.onfaMo. 3 m Iti tS will do I c on Oi« fnovUiaft ' Pack'pf. N'olnJ . Nolnjurr . •U. HHITIl I a dlrartiohi pott-mlA l i CO.. **. «mi,T«UU.» in. ^ESTABLISHE D 1861. ELE(DTItOMEDICA INSTITUTE. JtiuwAUMi, Wis. ^Nervous and Rheumatte Stif- ferers from early Indiscretion '. Bhould^not fail to consult confi- dentialry.Dr. MCNASAIH . 580 BROADWAY. He hatr reme- • dies (with...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 April 1878

PiiiSiliS &S%S: ft?liii. ^lÂ¥ !^ • /nnt easily earned UieM time*, bat 4flA» l.c»n w made ID three month* by any on lather «ex, In any part of the country who i» lllinir to work steadily at the employment that Jetrtrnbjh. $86perweekin yonr own town. You 1 not be away from homeovernigbt. Yon can •your whole! time to the .worlc/tor only yonr moments. We have agent* who are making •20 per day. All who ensrage atoncacan \"^ iney fast. At the present time money can- so easily and rapidly at any other It cost nothin to y » basinets and 15 outfit free. Address H Itflett A Co., Portland Maine jjaiiy »youmakpemoneyatnhomgtmadtrdfothatseonce,tart, can e faster at work r ns than' a anything else Capitalno required: w will t $13 r day e e by the industri. SP„foaii Man, wome boys an girl wanted K**erywhere to work for ns. Now is the time. ICoattyouttttand termsfree Address Tatra* Co., l^jjjMi,-MaJifeV' • J»MSI**sM !•.••:•'•.' Weare now, selling , New Pianos i $125 Each, and all styles,...

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 — 26 April 1878

' • • • . - * • ' • * & EASTERN WAR NEWS. Both the Bosslaiu and BrltUh Fe»rth« Torts May Take Some Decisive Step In the Interest of One or the Other Powers'. Russia Harrying Troops Back Into Turkey. LONDON, April 20.—The Herald corres- pondent in St. Petersburg telegraphs that notwithstanding the discouraging reports which prevail in that city, the .situation is really improving, and the chances of a peaceful solution, are growing decidedly stronger. This information the corres- pondent has from high official authority. Prince Ghika, the Roumanian agent in St. Petersburg, left the Russian capital yesterday for Bucharest. Prince Menschi- koff has gone to the Asiatic frontier to re- ceive the Shah of Persia on behalf of the Czar, and General Todleben has taken his departure for San Stefano. BOMBAY. April 19.—The forces to be sent from India to-Malta will be commanded as follows First Brigade, by General Ross Second Brigade, by General MacPherson cavalry, Dy Major Watson, and sap...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 April 1878

Hi \" \" W^BS&^W- ! § pifii STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. I GENEBAL NEWS, £.MILWAUKEE'Sdebt amounts to$17.25 per capita. .i^-vj^/SiixwinB has made $40,000 out of Uncle Tom's Cabin. , |plS£i : -THIS summer gives promise of serious fei! fc labor troubles in England. $$%-:i~:- ''••••• • — | fe:i. \"MiCHiaAN'iarmer8 are Jubilant over ep« the prospectfora large peach crop. | r • GENERAL SHERMAN is of the opinion lf$? that there will be no Indian war on the jpt&•'••'.' frontier territories during the coming teH'^v -summer. . • ' . . . ' • .'\"•• MB. COLBURN of the New York Times who was recently nominated to the office of consul'general to Mexico has been rejected by the senate. THE state debt of Massachusetts now foots up $33,000,000 and her population 1,457,351 j- that is the state owes about $22,60 for each inhabitant—a pretty heavy load. THE tornado in Kansas on the night of April 14th killed three persons and injured twenty three others. The damage to property will amount to h...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 April 1878

ITOEATY OF PEACE. _ Advices from Nicaragua of the 17th, childreri\\ John Memtt Mrs. Mathews^ Mrs. Bogel, Edward Davis and family, Mrs.Osborn, and Mrs. Ross. The Cotton- givestheler^s of The sirUemenTof'the I S ^ S ^ n T v . l W h t b e g r °l l n d 'r d ouestions-arisin* out of the a t t k f ^ ^ t f ^ t f £ T t ^ Fe, in the vicinity, not less than forty- five frieght cars was turned into the ditch. One car had been giving shelter to a party of tram ps. Along the banks at streams a large amount of timber was torn up and scattered over the prairie. Telegraph lines were badly broken for several miles. Con- siderate stock was killed by outhouses being overturned and by flying timbers. The wind was accompanied by heavv ram and hail, so that streams were sud- denly swelled and roads rendered well nigh impassable. Jin Emporia the Normal school building was partly un- roofed, and Selden's flouring mill suf- fered extensive injury. Other buildings of the town were unroofed and other- wise ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 April 1878

m ||ii\"EXPC)SITbR: MB $^tf| : ,...................... ^0i&TJBMIfS'OF SUBSCliTPTJON': ^fJw Vesvi{1^ •'*«»'*«)-.——.'.:.'...*..„..$! so ^SlX months «' •' \" g ^ r w : \" . , » . .. . :: : : : '••. H vJi-ii l * ° T l ' A , D \"\"Til-3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIMNG: §$fe*ne,Yettr » «» ~, Swii'*'\" • - ' • • • • • **\"•' Ills fe?fi5v FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. ^ S p r i n g mud Is at hand. • r Mrs. Geo. Tuttie is quHe ill. , . M w . E . Keogh.of Foresiviilc, is very BURST—The buds on the trees in this section.- :• The fruit killers are less active this year then usual. . fe ff! 0ir. : ^ h e amusement season will take new Hid pretty soon. ^ . Martin Johnson has sold his sailing craft to Martin Gilbert. • J.ii MeDonald,of Ahnapee,'is in town wiling fruit trees. ^The Graham Bros, was in port Sunday, and cleared again Tuesday. r. Notice the ad of\"Moses, .the Great Law-Give,\" in another column. The Woodstock cleared for Chicago, load- ed with lumber for Scofield &Oo. D. /?, Marti,...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 April 1878

'THF \"FXPOSTTOR I A late dispatch from Paris,France, from a! The Boston Advertiser says: \"About nine- t ^ » . . i ^ « r i , ^ „ f i\" J ^ person who professes to have an intimate ac- teen thousand families are on thelist for as- quaintance with the Vatican, we learn that a' sistance from the city, and draw trpm §2 to PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. I. MAETIH, SDXTQB AND PSOF'B. 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 year! Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds k bond? This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! . Th« Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest of the Teopie and Labor! THE DOOR COUNTY JNDEPENDENT PREENBACK. pcuB, meets every Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in this villag«. All persons in- terested in the Greenbac...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 April 1878

^mrnhmi mm '$m&w% ' M i j ^ f e NORTH POLE. ^Sj^s^isS?' IS? he comesand splashes in the wash-nasin ^|^f^Hteitry-v -^eloi^vhjr'^th^'i:Wild'kt the biaclwJopi* in the iribst perfect i^itlSit($|^8e,~liitere8tinff Evidence of an civilized style. And then\" when We 'ire-.' |$f i r :\\7: ?4?v i / • Virginia City Enterprlije. .' »^ '&bont four years ago a farmer of Sur- liprise Valley found in the crop of a wild ^goose a small quantiry of grain, the like r^of which he /had never before seen. |, He planted this grain, and it grew and ppf'W flourished, producing more thanahun- ^^dred-ibld. The straw and beardless ^l^rf-liead are said to resemble wheat, while p i / : the grain looks like rye, but is twice as §|fi3 'large. -The farmer has now many bush- els of this new cereal, and has sent samples of it to be \"planted in various places in California, where food for cat- H^ i tie is not easily obtained at some sea- |8c:i\" sons, as the stalk of the new grainy §^:^whencnt.-beforeit is...

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 — 26 April 1878

m SMILE WHENEVER YOU CAN. When things don't go to suit you. And the world seems upside down. Don't waste yonr time in fretting. But drive away that frown Since life is oft perplexing. '1 is much the wisest plan To hear all'trials bravely, And smile whenever you can. Why should you dread to morrow And thus despoil to-day 1 For when you trouble borrow, You must expect to pay ' It is a good old maxim Which should be often preached— Don't cross the bridge before'you. Until the bridge is reached.. You might be spared much sighing If you would bear in mind The thought that good and evrl Are always here combined. There must be something wanting. And though yon roll in wealth. Tou miss from out your casket The precious jewel-health. And though you Ye strong and sturdy, , You may havo an empty purse— And earth has many trials Which I consider worse.. But whether joy or sorrow- Fill up your mortal span, 'Twill make vour pathway brighter To smile whenever vou can. BESSIE'S RIDE WITH DEA.COX FO...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 April 1878

fi I DO TOO* OWN PAINTINI. ThMe Palnta are mtdo of Pure 'White Lead, Zincand Unseed OIL held In solution u d ready for use are one thirdcheaper and will last throe time as longaa Paint mixed in theordinaryway. S2S REWARD! will be paid for every ounce of adulteration found in them. Thousand* of houses and some of the finest villas in America are painted with these Paints. Send for Testimonials of same, also for Sample Colors an PriceUata, to th GLOBE MIXEDd PAINT CO.e, OFFICE i . 103 Chambers St., New York, Cor.MORGAHoiWA§H?N^FoN8TS.,JER8EYCITY DOMESTIC m- I f 11 The Lightest Running, The Simplest, The Most Durable, The Most Popular Of SEWING MACHINES. Xt 4* enaliy understood, \"makes the, 4onblethrea loclcatltch, has •elf* regulating tensions) and take-up, and will do the whole range of family trorfctvlihont change. The \"Domestic\" U made in the meet durable manner, telth conical steel bearing* and compensating journals throughout. DOMESTIC PAPER FASHIONS These popular P A T T E R...

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