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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 December 1873

*^&&M%^)0i&$??*^?$-i • ^$$0$ l^jl^N^aSMi'tlhtt' seiioti :i»liic^bur neighbor thinks is satisftctp- ^ Uit wll ^»|ke three years and fix months more to complete it\" r /The Green fay Advocate **y* that ««|104- 500 has been expended during the past season on the work.'* There yet re- mains 6500 feet to be done. Given the \"satisfactory rate of progress**1 of the Door organ, and the annual expendi- ture, as given by its Green Bay condju- tor, and the distance yet to excavate, and it will take about thirteen years more to complete it, at a cost of over COKRESPONDENCE. ^t-i^fp If we take their cost yet to com a million and a half. own figures, it will plete it, many thousand dollars more than the original estimated cost of the entire work Beedya Harris. The complaint filed by D. A. Reed against Henry Harris and Joseph Har- ris, Senior, for libel, contains four dis- tinct counts. The first is for the pub- lication of certain court records and comments thereon. The second re...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 December 1873

fil^iis^ ::%§$0$&^ ^fe xSc Comaa to u* from God. B/ tti« w*w all intafaiaahioned, ' • •••*tii|«:.iliiii^.#^:*\\::!i* H* wad* tt* *a*ih and ocean, . «:^*i^^lotaig »t(Mf|^:: v. &e made the pleaaantaprlng-ttme, . Tne iuimneT bright and warm, The golden d*y» of autumn, The winter and the storm. Cuoum. Be tealtee the glorious auntet, Tlw moon to aallou nigh , He bid* the breazea fan in, And •tonny clouda ta fly Heglveauaev'ry bleating To Rim our Uvea we owe Ho tent HU Bon to save ua, Prom aln, and death, and woe. ' • : GtlOKVB. • , 'mmmmm\\.] \"i i Y',i,,.ii,i . [ BOPJ^S IHANKWIVim JBVE. In tlie old red farmhouse under the hill, all day there has been great bust- ling and hurryingto and fro. It had begun in the gray light of morning, and long before the sun came climbing over the bill/ busy feet had passed from closet to cellar, from kitchen to pantry, and willing hands hod hurried from one task of love to another, and now as the short, November day is going, all is pronoun...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 December 1873

. .. . '-m. sinned against the obedience due to . hinx? Then the rad^ligl^^ickered -•• and fell, resting for on* monteiit upon the little stand where lay the Book of books. Fascinated, the man watched tB©fi^aQ&» n^Jon its gilt edges nntil it faded away. The words of HU Heaven- ly Father! Had he not disobeyed His commands again and again? What if forgiveness had been withheld from ' h i m ? ' \": ' .*' :•& Lw\\'.-i . \" : 'f He went to the window and looked out Jnst aoross the road stood the , pride of every well-ordered New En- gland farmer's heart, his barn. This was a new one, built during the pant season, becausethe smallerone would not hold his abundant and ever increasing crops. He had been looking at it that very day, noting with pride the fact that, notwithstanding its dimensions, it was filled almost to overflowing with the garnered wealth of the harvest fields. He had thought it seemly that he should* give thanks to the Lord of the harvest that one day should be s...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 December 1873

ettfta i P ^ s r • :•., ^ffi&i-\" PS ...... ilisirilesp^ tcr, tnd none but good feed tt •!! t»m« s ^ i l r | & e ^ perimenti !«iimil) wayvof many new thingi.f,:rfcS^' ^^pM\".\"ft^ ^ ^ i •'? S*5^ l^ of 16. Attend to vour own pHvite buii- .tum0^% mm* in tha t of ollrtri f , f ?l*My*V -llarry? t ^odiiyintiii,, M of cornmon Irish potatoes wash theiif them in i large veuel *od boil them un til done. Dwb off ctrefully the wster near the stove, or in some place where mm$ N^#|t wlrfe^ halfptloni of the water, some hop yertt, org small portion of whiskey. Let it Hand three or fqur weeks, and cost of sir or seven centt per gallon.— CoitciftNUfa \"GIVING 'lUP^li:' it ^fclpr t yieW*ll*tle thth ^/fltttrrel a grltt M Tl h«b^ « C i ^ i | p u p , « p^ple ct|i It* (for tteMliO»^#w» dignified in the w©rta tljis tt too •hort foMlW attend! such a disposition and, un!es« a very momentous affmir indeed, where bther people*! chtime and iotereiti are involved, we question if it is not wis...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 December 1873

VOL. I. : -:-'-': '*aa£ STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN* DECEMBER i* f im, .-X BUSINESS CARDS. FIBST NATIONAL BANK, of Green Bay, Wis. Oldest Bank in the city. Established 1858. Henry Strong, Pres't.—M. D. Peak, Cash'r. . Saying's Department Paying Six-per ct. compound •interest. Sell Passage 1 ickets to and from theOld Country also foreign drafts. 6 tf NEVILLE A TRACY, Attorneys and Counselors, over National Bank of Commerce, Green Bay, Wis. J. C. NEVILLE. (5 tf) J . J . T R A C Y . O RLOB. GRAVES, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Washington Street, Green Bay, Wis. 5tf HASTINGS,HastingsE GBKKN A TISDALK, successors to Ellis, & Greene, Attorneys and Counselors, corner Pine apd Adams Streets, over P O., Green Bay, Wis. S. P . HASTINGS. JR., GEO. D. GREENE, G. J. Tis- DALE. 5tf D• A. REED. Attorney at Law. District Attoi- ney fpr Door County. 'Sales and purchases of Real Estate negotiated for noo-residents. All business entrusted to me will receive prompt atten- tion. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. «...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 December 1873

pt§k\"&!5S[0:, Ill —CommistjJoner DonglMB* prellminiLry re- port ulwwe the intomal revenue receipts for the year to hfcve been $114,000,000 which ex- ceeds Secretary Boutwell'j* estimates by •6,000,000. The coat of collecting it wu 1^000^00. v —Hon. John P. Hale died at hie residence in Dover, N. H„ on the 19th inet., in the 68th year of bis age! —Fifty thousand emigrants have landed at Boston since Jan. 1. —A Washington dispatch of the 20th says t 14 The impression is general in official and Other circles here to-day that the Spanish Government is disposed to make every effort to settle the impending difficulties, and gen- tlemen who hold intimate personal relations with the President assert their belief that war will not arise from the present complications, Inasmuch as Spain, through the Caatelar Government, gives assurances that all de- mands from this Government will be complied with.\" —Ono of the first measures which will be pressed upon the attention of Congress will be...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 December 1873

life was at^take, was played on tho 9th of September, at the Bitter Hotel, Hei- delberg, by four young students, one of whoin, Silfred Meyer, was an American, from Chicago. It appears that the four men had formerly been intimate friends, and they met, it seems, on^that day, at ^ ^ ^ismii^s^rn, where they drank a good deal, and ijnally began to quarrel. One of them, Count Ottendorf, called Meyer a cowjpkrdry Jew, whereupon the latter promptly challenged him. Otten- dorf accepted the challenge immediately. Meyer, in a tone of great, excitement, proposed that all four should repair to the Bitter Hotel, and there play a game of •' sixty-six.\" The loser should shoot himself with a pistol. The proposition wag accepted, and the four students re- paired to the hotel. They ordered wine and cards to be brought up to a private room, and Jjudeken, one pf the four, procured two loaded pistols from a neighboring ar- morer. The fourth student dealt the cards, and Ottendorf and Meyer seated themse...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 December 1873

Mm STrB«BOirBAT,Wr». W« *nntoadvocate the highest and bctt interests •f the whole people, ataolutely regardlew of all f ar- * Uwl \\io politics and sects in religion. T«KM«^~TWO dollars per annum WnipfX, December 12, 1873. Clubsforthe Expositor. Literal Offer! itim •tiffiM The people have now had time to see THE EXPOSITOR, and judge of its value. We shall, spare no effort to make it of sterling practical value and to improve it from week, to week and in order to increase its circulation wc make the following liberal offer:— We have quite a number of copies of a work entitled \"Great Industries,\" a large and valuable work of 1300 pages, containing sev- eral hundred engravings and illustrations. A copy of this valuable book we propose to send, poKt-paid to every person who will send us nix subscribers with twelve dollars, Several such clubs can easily be made up at every post office in this county. Now is the time to get them up before too many of the 'people\"Bubscrtlw. OTIMi M...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 December 1873

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 3SE* CcaJt^N^^oun^r Treasurer. {&jki MASSE, County Clerk. D A V I D HoutE, Sheriff: R M . W R I G H T. County Judge. I). A. R E E D, District Attorney. \"CHRIS PANIELS, 1 Clerk of Circuit Court. ^ETER ZENNERS, Register of Deeds C H R I S \"DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools- JAMES C. PINNEY, County Surveyor.: . B. G, H ANNAN, Deputy County Surveyor. A. N O B LE Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. We: wili send the EXPOSITOR with the following periodicals as follows. Prairie Farmer, script'n. price $2,50 for §3,50. Scientific American, il •* * 3,00\" 4.00. American Agriculturist, \" 1,50 l\" 2,50. Wood's Household Mag- azine, •** • 1,00 \" 2,00. Western Rural, \" 2,50 ' * ,3,50. We will club the EXPOSITOR with anv one of the leading magazines or papers of the country for $1,00 less than the combined prices of the two, or with any two of them, for $1,50 less then the combined prices of the three . Advertisements will be inserted in the EXPOSITOR as follows. Business...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 December 1873

* * X »m ft fiooui ottixen.\" llpiltl|^^ v*ttp*t* j | | | g | ^ ages, • s^**-^':^^^ltii^: Tarsus proudly tuen ' i$r««li^ ft Roman citizen.\" vm^UMmstis^^^i j *5 tttai i§§f P6S%'i'Si'...•'-.'•'•:'•: ItiS 5?*^ Sill Attd It tUe liwion bnt an idleflttioi ? |?$e OKI England answers with disdain , Ooir niothercountry heeds the bright tradition, §iuU nritiin'i % b« smutched with bloody IIorhMrts of oftk retiioo withftngryglow, Her cfttinons thunder A mftjeatlc No J And i« It then the gre»t'R«i)ubHc only Whow banner givo* no pledge of Uborty \" To Iter own eiti«n who traverse lonely Aforolfuland or sail upon the sea? \" Alas'for Uim whofinds,with »ad surprise, Uiaflagand country other land* despise I Awake 1 ya slumbering ones who rule the nation Bee to it that the Hag our father* bore 'Mid battle emoke andfierytribulation ' Shall be uplifted to the airy once more In atrength and honor be again unfurled, • The hope and pride and glory of the world! , ' —AVtc York Graphic WITHOUT...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 December 1873

TttlB HOlJSJMIOU PANACIBA, r . iMJili*tr -laiilBttMray V. *i 1fc« bf i t r«me4yia^he world for tbefbllowlac oemplatntt, Tls.: OrvnfiB in the Ltmbt *nd atom- MlM Pftln in the Stomach, Boweli, or Std*, Eheti- ttfttUmln *11 lis forms, Bilious Colic, Kearslsia, : Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Flesh Wounds, Bums, fjore Throat, Spinal Complaints, Sprains and Braises, Chills and Verer. For Internal and Ex- ternal use. »'•••• Its operation is not only to relieve the patient, *nt entirely removes the cause of the complaint. It penetrates and pervades the whole system, re- storing healthy action to all its parts, and quick- •ning the blood. THE HOUSEHOLD PANACEA IS PURELY VEG STABLE and All Healing ' Prepared by CURTIS 4 BROWN, No. « 1 5 Pulton Street, New York. For sale by all Druggists. Ifest a n d Oldest F a m i l y Medicine.—Son- for&a Liver Invigorator—Sk purely Vegetable Ca- thartic and Hbftie—for Dyspepsia,'Constipation, De- bility, Sick Headache, Bilious Attacks, and all de- rang...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 December 1873

m^wMW- ifeg PtKS ftp m m i$$e$?-. Mm ||f|cfcgruiiibliii^ at: tlje faults and mis f||$ %jf other*,*nd attend fythfully to iJfjiiif: Jarriy, ieniently , and cJieerftJly *?JtJii all persons who owe you or are in pecuniary trouble. If you are out of debt, thank the Lord and then go round among your friends, and enemies too, if you h^vepaired them, and render them all the assistance in your power. Don't hoard your money hue loan it or use it to relieve the needy, on the same principle as you would give bread to the needy in a day of famine. Do what you can in every way to re- lieve pecuniary distress, to check the current offinancialembarrassments and restore public conhdence. if you are a merchant or business man, don't be cross u minute. Sm le, as a christian duty, from morning till night. Give an encouraging word, if possible, to all, and by all means strain every nerve to help all who need it. 8$& iH rSX&fe m%'i Trees and Climate. The influence of forest upon agricul tare was...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 December 1873

K£w^r Ifflil 9B S T O ^ ^ i9, i«ta. W i l BUSINESS CARDS. T^IBST NATIONAL BANK, of Green Bay, Wis. X 1 Oldest Bank iri the city. Established 1858. ^al(ing's Department Pajung Six per ct. compound - U r a S ^ ' i Sell Passage Tickets to and from the Old' ' *'ffÂ¥ialsoforeign drafts. 6 tf JVILLE A TRACY, Attorneys,and Counselors, over National Bank of Commerce, Green Bay, \"wa^\": .-.- -.' v j . C , NEVILLE. (S.tf) J . J . TRACY. e Law, Washington Street, Green Bay, Wis. stf Counselors, corner Pine and Adams Streets, over F7D., Green Bay, Wis. £ . D. HASTINGS. J R . , - G E O . D. GKEENE , G. J. Tis- '$AUk .•••,. . . , • 5 tf A. REED. Attorney at Law. District Attoi- '»ne y for Door County. Sales and purchases , of Real Estate negotiated for non-residents. All business entrusted to me- will receive prompt atten- tion. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. itf OntSehoal District Tax, For several years, School district No. j , (the village district,) which has a loan of $2000 from the State, has been ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 December 1873

Isni ifilii E & K w&* B ife fl ^%%»iate prti ftotiie of Jiepregentatives f The year that hM passed smce the snbmle- aionof my last Message to Congress bas, •epeciaUy the latter part of it, been an event- feu one to the country. In the midst ot greet natfonal prosrarity a financial crisis has occurredthat ha* orought low fortunes of great proportion. Political partisanship has almostceased to exist, especiaily in the agri- cultural regions: and the capture on the high aeasof a vessel bearing our flag has at one time threatened the moat serious conse- quences, and excited the public mind from One end oo f the country to the other. This, wpiljr, n w *»in the course of satisfactory adjustment, honorable to both nations con- cerned. . The relations of the United States, however, with most of the other nations, continue to bo friendly and cordial. With France, Germany, Prussia, Italy and the minor powers, with Brazi and most of the South American ile- Stirinl ttbUce, and withJap...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 December 1873

WmaSi^^mm^mMSi ^t*if4V 53rS' *v'S » k4 ..„. :d^tfsB^e^-inr^iai below » fixed perceo. 40 per cent., ufton the ^CT^,^.— 4W Treasurer ofc ihie United . ^ _ _ an'amount of Government bondsequal , t i the amount of notes demandod, the batiks (f$i£foa$^tcr^ say, 4 per oent. the interest accruing on the bonds so * * * ng the time that they remain i8my as security lor the increase. -Uon, the bonds so pledged p be redeemable by the banks at their ileasure, either in whole or in part, by return- ^jig their own bills for cancellation to an amount equal to the face of the bonds with- d^^nj^ ^ would further suggest for your Pgjftm the propriety of authorizing banks to diminish theirstanding issue atflflfceasuro by returning for cancellation their own bills and withdrawing so many United WiKiteiv abends as are pledged for the ^SE^ l^fcl^niBid. \\lATiew'of the great actual ^nfcrtction that has taken place in the cur- rency, and the comparative contraction con- «t«ntly going on, due to the inc...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 December 1873

B^sf^t-IK'\" |w*SSl'5': £f %is II.' i * P V.-A ,- » ' i Tothetonateand House of Ilepre§enfaHves ? W$h60&^*^lM passed since thesubmis- sion of my last Message to Congrees has, especially tbe latter part of it, been on event- fell one to tbe country. lit the midst ot great national prosperityfcfinancialcrisis haa occurred that baa Drought low fortunes of great proportion. Polttioal partisanship ho« almostceased to exist, especially in tho agri- cultural regions: and the capture on the high seas of a vessel, bearing our flag has at one time threatened tho most serious conse- quences, and excited the public mind from oneendof tbo country to the other. This, happily, now lain the course of satisfactory adjustment, honorablo to both nations con- cerned. The relations of tho United States, however, with most of the other nations, continue to be friendly and cordial. With France, Germany, Prussia, Italy and the minor powers, with Brazil and most of tbo South American lie- publics, a...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 December 1873

m » fixed percentage of cent., ufton the * r ^ , the Treaeiaet of the United • m 8titee*n amount of Government bonds equal t the amount of notee demanded, the banks to the Government, aay/1 per cent. y the interest accruing on the bonds so ig the time that they remain .,™»*. y as security for the increase Of Vacation, the bonds so pledged to be redeemable by the banks at their pleasure, either in whole or in Dart, by return- ing their own bills for cancellation to an amount equal to the face of the bonds with- di*w^u l would further suggest for your ^^Ikm the propriety or authorizing inks to diminishtheirstanding issue ? by returning for cancellation their ? «tr bills and withdrawing so many United filla tales bonds as are pledged for the s returned. In view of the great actual ?jonlrvctio that has taken place in the cur- rency, and the comparative contraction cou- atsntly going on, due to the increase of pop- ulation, increase of manufactures, and all the industries, I do not ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 December 1873

mm m iiSiliiiisili^ | | | | | | j ^ ^ Wjjjffiprt fce*t interest* jv.r.t$WWi^i^-j*r annum, strictly in advance ft,3$ tftmid in three month*, If not paid in three monthif1,50 Will b* charged. ffj§ m$*&V $M± m FRIDAY, December IO, I873. Great Reduction!! in the ub«cnptio rates o THJ EXPOS 1TOR! Being determined to have a larger circulation than any other paper in thU »ection of the State and, in order to placei THE ExroMTOK within eaay reach of EVHKV FAMILY in »hi* region, even if \"the timet are hard and money scarce\" we have decided to 'V •'.'• • ' ' . • • - ' • ' • , • Reduce its price to $1 a jr. atrlntiy 1stftdfftiMW,#1,95if paid within three months If not paid within three months $1,50 will he charg* ed. .,. ••. ' p ' Those who have already paid #a,ob for the Ex 0«iToKan WOOD'S HOUKKHOI.0 MAGAZINB, can have receipts for THE EXPOSITOH for two years, in- stead, if they wish and will notify us of their desire before Jan. 1,1874. , As soon as the necessary arrangements can...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 December 1873

^^^^^^^I^^g^m$ S^^^^IS^^^^^Sm^ 8 OFFICULmRECTOBY. ^ A ^ ^ o p I J ^ Sheriffi •• /\"'\" ^^^BteHTVjCcHinty Judge. •jj$ A^RJES^ District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of Circuit Court. l^Bft ZENNERS, Register of Deeds. 'dlHRB'^A^ifeESi Superintendent of Schools. JAMES €. PINNEY, County Surveyor. B. G. HANNAN, Deputy County Surveyor. A, NOBLE Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. The Minnesota Pine Land Swindle. 5Secretary Delano has appointed a commission to investigate the recent pine land swindle in Minnesota, and to inquire into the operation! of Rev. E. P. Smith, the'land commissioner. Mr . Smith is charged with selling to one A. H. Wilder, a \"ring man \" some two hundred millions of feet of pine and ce- dar stumpage for about one third of its value. Th e commission is now in session at St. Paul and the opening up of the pine land business is creating in- tense excitement there. This matter may open up a long series of gigantic frauds not only in Minnesota but in Wis- consin unless, as i...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 December 1873

^y, between to Amerioui workm»Q «et#re^iJliMU»ecL |§|§§tllt|||^^ —Hon. RiobwrdY*te«diei»tSt.Louiaonth U7th tilt., after an illDOM of a few hours, of ,..,.. *poplexy, Hewaeamemberof Oongreeefrom ^^MS^^S^^i to ^:^yiBw : '^^ StaU during the war, and Uriitod States Sena- s^& S i : —Secretary Boboson is convinced tbat Capt. Ha»t of the Polariu, died Mitt natural causes. 0 -::i?^: tii^ Williams waa on the 1st Inst, submitted to the Cabinet as the appointee of the President to the vacant CMef Justiceship on the Supreme Bench. The Attorney-General ie to be succeeded by Col. Bristow, of Kentucky. —Senator Logan, of Illinois, a Washington telegram announces, will urge immediate aotion on his bill repealing the Bankrupt law. It provides that the repeal shall take effect immediately after its passage. f —John M. Langston, the colored lawyer, has been appointed provisional President of the Howard University, at Washington. —P. a. 8. Piiiohback has abandoned the contest for the seat ...

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