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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 June 1877

Ed P H A R L E S J, .f&ARXlK, tor an d P r o p r i e t o r . Published £7017 Friday, AT tTUBGEOX BAY, : i : WlSCOXSUf, If England i s i n a n y w a y drawn i n t o n e *ar, the. American flag would b e the safest t o ail under, and our merchant marine w o u l d at once assume huge proportions i B y the w a y it is not perhaps generally known. that our hippiiig tonnage is no w only second to Eng - land's. ' T h e poor Poles at Monson almshouse w h o started from hom e for Brazil, as they supposed, hut were swindled and landed at Boston, d e s - titute, last winter, have had a refuge ofiered them in th e Polish colony o f Polonta, Portage county. Wis., b y th e Roma n Catholic Bishop of th e diocese in which the colony is located. Massachusetts pays their expenses thit-her, and the Poles will soon start for their ne w home. cu'rstons t o Gettysburg. Richmond, Harpers Ferry, and Mdunt Veenon. It i s the current report that Gen. Logan i s to be appointed Collector o f Customs a t C...

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 — 8 June 1877

STURGEON BAY, WIS. •\\$i*?jji$-\\ GOSSIP « ^ H E BAY THIRTY-THREE states have made law* for the prevention of oruelj^rH'ttttitQal^ The «^fce8*'tkat haVe iiotvftre Florida,' Mississippi, Arkansas, Nebraska and Col- orado. '.,.:V-''..', V'\\'Vvj'--'''-\"-''..' T HE Railway Age says that 395 Amer-^ Jean locomotives, .-worth 15,490,640, have been exported in seven years, and that \"the reputation of American engines is steadily increasing.\" \\ N E W ORLEANS resolves to vote this spring on the subject of raising money to complete her Pacific railroad to Texas. A tax Of one-half per cent for four years is proposed, and if it is carried the road will be finwhed within twelve month's, there remaining only 120 miles to be graded.\"'' ' • \\ THE shops in St. Petersburg have pro- jecting nign boards, onNvjiich are repre- sented the principal articles sold. This is a proof of the general ignorance, for if the masses could read smkh notices would not be necessary. The same cus- tom was practi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 June 1877

V AFLOAT. *, BY . ALBERT WILSOX. Within a mighty circle bound, Whose central print am I ' .V waste of -waters all around, Above—a world of sty. I mark the lurid sun arise Each morning from the main: I see him daily,cross the skies To meet the waves again. Anon, like aphrodite, born Amid the sou'nding surge, I watch the placid moon sail on, And sink\"beneath the verge. The plist'ning stars reflect in turn Their glories in the deep • For me alone they seem to burn, And watchful vigils keep. The misty clouds above me lie, And sihade the watery plain Formethey spread their canopv, Or melt in gentle rain. The sighing zephyrs come and go, To fill my flowing sail: •. For me they whisper soft and low. Or swell the rising gale. Swift flying fish with sudden bound Escape some danger uigh The watchful st#i-gulls circle round— . The nautilus sails bj\\ Around me unknown forms arise, And .tpouting monstersnwccp All hail me witli their wondering eyes A welcome to the deep. 'Tis well—I'll track th...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 June 1877

ii'i*iKw5,4^^ -X' rt««t(^*»is«*«K*^s' s,^»?^«s^s*«j !\"J.^^Jst5««^itC*li*^'-- *M« -fr.:ViSi\\J*~ iv^'v?s PUBLISHEDi^^v^lbAt # ••-,.• vr-:-OR7-V •'-••- A\" DESPERAT E DEED ERSK1NE BOYD. AUTHOR OF \"TH E BTOLEK CHILD,\" \"Dm ' ^ f - VKN PROM HOMB,\" &C, &C. Continued' /torn last week. uAll this 18 very Improbable,\" interrupt* ed tbe magistrate. ..'••. Monsieur Daburon might have rameni* bered, however, that it vras very possible. Hadn't he wandered, one unhappy night, alter his interview with Clare d'Arlange, through the streets of Paris, with only one burning thought in his brain. Had he been questioned on the morrow, could ha have retraced his footstepB?' Certainly not! But he had forgotten his anguish at that time, and only remem- bered, now that he had his duty to do in the cause of justice. \"Thus,\" continued Monsieur Daburon, «*you affirm that you met no one who could swear that he saw you on the even- ing in, question. You didn't speak to a mortal soul! Yo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 June 1877

[E EXPOSITOR PKARLES •J,. ^lARTIN*'.'.. d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . UK—— Patlishea Every Friday, . . A T . JEOX BAY, : * - s . WISCONSIN. •••—-—eoa : • • \\r£JlMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: rear (tasirMcv)—'. . .\"...\"...fi «o |ontbs \" ••Â«.•.—..—- .—- 75 |T PAID ONTO. 3 »iONTHS AFTHK SUBSCRIBING: jfear„„.„... . . .$2 00 ponths.—......— .. .. 1 00 « # ? - H E INDJ: p E N IIE N T. T h e W o r l d Our FielcJ, Sturgeon Bay Our H o m e T h e Int©r***t0& U*e People of Door County Our A i m t — — — . . • • ,~—.•' -:,M^~— ../,.•-v . . •—L_^-: Vol,4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wfej^Sisin, June 15,1877. -No. 35 IREAT FIGHTING tossing of tlie Danube fay be Looked for at any Hour. |hting Every Day Asia-Minor. Â¥1 J.L OF TH E LEADING! EVENTS [CONCERNING T H E EASTEB N WAR , THAT HAVE 0(ff CURRE D SINCE * JR LAST I S S U E , L P TO GOING TO PRESS. . IENNA, June 6.—The Deutcke Ziciun«\\ ra special says that au Italian Corvette, th 200 men aboard, has come to grief in e Dardanelles by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 June 1877

f£ rls£p£W^MW^SSi mm r&oioi vOAiRJEai,E89 and indi8CTiniinate fishing is gradually reducing the supply of shell fiahoit the coast of England, which draws f&ni Norway about 600,000 lobsters a yearyand from France about 200,000. T H E demand for passporte at our State Department indicates that foreign travel this season will be largely in excess of previous years. Compared with last year* she number issued to date shows an excess of 4,000. ' T HE Newfoundland fishermen com- plain that the French and American fishermen so gorge the banks with bait that the fish rarely migrate to visit the coast and bays, and theTinBhorefisheries are* destroyed. *-' SPRINGFIELD, Mass., is getting alarm- ed at tiie number of its paupers and the money it costs to keep them, and, above all, at the growth of the number of ap- plicant for out-door relief. In 1871 every thirty-fifth person in the popula- tion was supported wholly or in part by the city in 1872, every 27th in 1873, every 84th in 187...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 June 1877

THE HEATHER ROSE. FROM TUB OKKJU.X. '- • Saw a boy a rosebadred, 'V K fi Rosebud on the heather •Silver dewdrops nightly shed, Jewel-like upon her head, In the sweet May weather. Rosebud, rosebud, rosebud led. Rosebud on the heather! Said the boy, \"I'll pluck you there, Rosebud on the heather.\". Kosebud answered, \" If you dare, You shall suffer we shall share :_§ad regrets together.\" , Kosebud, rosebud, rosebud » Rosebud on the heather I ~ Yet the wilful' boy would pluck • • • Rosebud on the heather. Rosebud struggled sharp he struck, . Death tho fairest rosebud's 1 uck J In the sweet May weather. Rosebud, rosebud, rosebud red, , Rosebud on the heather. —Harvard Advocate. AGRICULTURAL lat e Beans and Pea& The Germantown Telegraph has themake olldwing suggestion on this subject: There are few garden luxuries more tight for than good peas and ' snap- hort' beans * but it is extremely rare hat people know what good peas and jeans are. The peas are generally as lard as shot, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 June 1877

. .J.tif:,^V rWr NOTES CAUOHT ON THE tffcY, . •- • ' • ,€tooo.: mpzniii£p./ -.-•-• _ :•*-'•• •' _ Go « huntingHtor potatoes.' W h a t ^ you going to do about the There arc 820 newspaper correspondent* in Boumania. The rain hag ceased, and the beautifull •un now sbineth. The Galveston Texas, fines of la»t Friday amounted to f8,000,00. They have caught and *am«d a white buffalo at Fort Concoo in Texas. The favorite hymn «f the grasshopper ••This wheat by and by/ r We like President Hayes' policy first rate, How^do you like It! Success to Mr. and Mrs. H. T. S. See notice elsewhere on this page. A Piles of ready made clothing of all styles and grades at A. W. Lawrence & Co'sv I The strawberry crop will be a little bet- ter than was anticipated before the late t Vf, Geo. Thorp, of Fish Creek, proprie- tor of the Rainbow Bouse, is inthe village today. Village fruit trees, as a general thing, promise a better crop than those in the country. — . — — - - • . . • - Notice the call fo...

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

T H E EXPOSITOR. PHARLES J,JVxARTIN, Editor a n d P r o p r i e t o r . PttUishftd ET«7- Friday, ' \" 'AT' ' ' ••\" • STUBGEOS BAT, : : : WISCONSIN. succeeded in doing, to the infinite delight of her family and friends, whom she reachd about six o'clock P. M. of the same day on which she started.~\". ' • / • • • ' \" • • ' * ' :• S Y . SEVASTOPOL, Juno 18th. 1877. Two men worked six months on each of the marble Window caps for the 8t. Louis Ptst Office. A finished cap weighs four tons, and costs $1,700. A San Francisco firm has contracted to pay forty cents apiece for the unlicensed dogi slaughtered in that city. The skins are t* be tanned for glove making, the hair will be used in plaster, the bones ground for clarifying sugar, and the fat manufac- tured into oil. A substitute for gunpowder, invented in England, is called powder pap$r. It is paper impregnated with a mixture of pot- assic chloride, nitrate, prussiate and cb.ro- mate. powdered wood charcoal, and a little starch. It ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 June 1877

\"Niwlefc'iue oMcafcdle,\" he laugh**! V*S§n§?yli' wampier away aa ^b »pied •-:•: My face peep over the bush. B^SWJijaft4h» pu^edioV^heWhe went I could not well makeout, ... r ... J thicket of Mitdl Urn OnMCOuntof thothicket Th»t bordered tbe plmwsbouti M^rWI^^Ukn^iiw atoned a ?»f And leftlt to*Vlaslralone?\" -\" * •*-'•• *JBkl'Up1ay in g boughs I ' * taaid p \\ tho lalschftf iriihinn,\" Urinring nni swinging hack and forth, With thcipse-light in her face.*- ,, 'v ?. he wmcdl like a bird and afloier In b$e. J forced hiy way betwcoHthflbought, * • t Irfi4 i The poor old cat toseekj * ! • « . . i « Andwjjatdldl findbut* wingingchild, «-•. ,« With hor bright hair broshiftg her chcofc. Wl Her-bright hairfloatedto'and frqi, * Jler utilered drea«flashedby J ^ $Hi the loveliest thing of all, I thought t'i H -' Wa*.tbe gleam of her laughing eye.. s f }& oVin i \\V i Sh e .««eni« lik e n bir d and a no#$ r I n Aud the forest her native plaeeT?*: , \"Stendr! I'll sond you up...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 June 1877

^ • : FUC1MUNDI. BY CTUttLBS J. DUNPmK ••*Whv let the fflrickcn deer go ireep The hart ungaUed plav: For some wuat watch, while »me must sleep: Thus ruu the world away.\"—Jfoiwfci. . Iifce snowy lilies, fleet w fine, . ' Whose fragrant coarse is run Like dewdrops on the eglantine . Llkefrost-work in thesun«— So vanish youth's delightful dreams 80 beauty's charms decay For nothing i*, but only seems: Thusxuns the world away! Like foam upon the billows bright like sunset's gorgeous.dyes Like moonbeams shedding silver light Over the jeweled skies— So swiftly from dur vision glide Hope's plans and projects gay Alone we roam at eventide: Thus runs the world away ' • Of friends whom ruthless time destroys We're day by day bereft The spectres or our perished JOYS Are all the comrades left. Love's chain is broken link by link -,' We sing this niounful lay, Forlorn upon the river's brink, \"Were you afraid of the Indians?'\" \" Indians and white men. Yes, I saw a good many Indians at first...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 June 1877

!lyilS ^v|MfSS$^p£^^ ^r.y/.'m^g-f'f'fti-fi **.jijyHj$.«#^^$^^ •^ji^Mi^i fyf i-feo^fe^.- {#^*fe^^*Si&«*> '.•. . V'::- :^si?BY • ---• /-•'- -?' '.''• s::%r v:BRSKiNE BOYD, 1 • . &HH$iutdfom xiere he again sniffed the air then aud- dtraly advanced towards the magistrate, and seized him by. the arm. Monsieur Daburon,\" he commenced, «• pardon me,'.I mayseem to you to be un- dulyexcited—\" ,,' ** Xea,'? interrupted the magistrate Mand, what's mora,you have certainly been pay- ing a visit to the wine shop round the cor- ner—\" - - ' \" Stop!\" said the old man, with dignity) a don't insult me! My nerves are strung to the highest pitch! I am heart and soul m this case! Remember,, it's a question of life or death!\" V \"Unfortunately,\" said the magistrate, with a sad shake of the head, \"it is but too clearly proved that the Viscount Al- bert de Valcourt is the murderer of the \"Widow Lerouge. However, don't let me bias your opinion) read his own evidence, and judge for ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 June 1877

TH E j^dsrroR. ••• • , r . , • • . . . , ] pHA^LES J, ^ARTIN, Edlitor a n d P r o p r i e t o r . . . . , . . . - . . \" • — i — • « * . . , ' .•:.-. Published gray Friday, ••\"AT •*. STUBGEOS BAY, : :• : WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year ( l a a d T U M * ) . . . . _ . . . „ . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ i 50 Six months \" \" — . . . . . . i s T h r e e \" \" \" . ,,,0 IK NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: _ _ . One Y e a r . . . . - . . . . — . . . - . . - . . . . - — . . . . . . . . . . * 3 oo 1 V O l . A. Six months. ^... . i - - ' • **•• ^ » I N D E P : ElD E N T. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home 1 TUB Inwrfsta of the \"People of. too County Our Aim. Stufgeon Bay, Door County ^ ^con^in, June 22,1877. *No. 36 MOSLEM BANNER. It Was Flungtothe Breeze by Suleiman Pasha, An d Also by the Com - mander at Kars. The Great Fighting Continues. A WHOLE RUSSIAN BATTALLIOX SHOT. ST. PETERSBURG, June 13—The Impe- rial Ukase, dated Plojesti, June 7, is pro- mulgated ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 June 1877

THE SWALLOW'S FAITH. A swallow in the spring, Came to our granary,-and 'neath xhe eaves JEssayed to make * nest, and theredid bring Wet earth and straw, and leaves. :'\" ' • • • • . • • • . ' . - ' • • \\ • v Bay niter day she .totted, \"With patient heart but ere her work wavs crowned, Some aad mishap the tiny fabric spoiled, \\ And dashed it to the ground. \\ She found the ruin wrought, \" \\ But not castdown, forth from the place she flew, And with her mate, fresh earth and grasses brought, And built her nest anew. But scarcely had she placed. The last soft feather on its ample floor, When wicked hand, or chance, again laid waste, And wrought the ruin o'er. . ' But still her heart she kept, And toiled again—and last night, hearing calls, I looked, and lo! three little swallows slept Within the earth-made walls. What truth is here, O man! *. . Hath hope been smitten in its early dawn ? Have clouds o'ercast thy purpose, trust, or plan? . Have faith, and struggle on I AGRICULTURAL Â...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 June 1877

sssa MMhMM THE PHARLBS J, /SARTIK, ?' Editor and Proprietor. Pariiment has voted 440.000 to build an English Embassy honacio Rome. The issne of one and twft dollar notes began again at theTreasnry last Monday. The gross value of the produce of the Can- adianfisheriesfor 1876 was $it',t47,5po. The population X European Twkey Is I J a y for tlie ExpOSltOr. 16,000,000. Of this not more than 6,006,0001 are Mussclmans, and not more than 3,000,000 real Turks. The Russian royal family are repor-ted to have put 200,000,000 rubles at the disposal of the Minister of War. The Illinois Legislature has enacted a law giving police powers to the conductors of passenger trains. Texas has been trying for kbont a- year past to get up a cotillion with Mexico and haye Uncle Sam foot the bill. M. Renou, a French meteorologist has made researches which prove that^last winter was the mildest known in France since 1S19. Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur on anaverageneafiy three times a week, in grea...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 June 1877

IflivS#j Jieuiandth annlye , wtillMire^iwith fr 61 the Busstan entpl terest at the praieot '••vK':#?^!*^ 3$ 4862.? ^ T^ouMind y«ir»J Through atom and Are,' ' •rm^^d^^w\\ph#ajlre ^ J »« ? ^ ^ ^ ^ $ ' * • $ • . . ' '\"•' '^J- «.' ' v':\"-*'::' -\"'v '\"•'-'\\' i'v'' f'v^i i'-yi'-.l-.i w**wi.. iWT&fetffclrftvftai, ''tifii ^dttW nw flirt, Ewe d tctfce world »throne nug^v - -^ wA*?^i» gtM4^ *!» he knew.••*..'.. SwheRlone bwt thosawhohaTe, Vladlniir'n arm and Nikon** heart: H .feioMifsr haoa» thaKhpUt BO,well. i The wb#ki^Dltine which iti And, upJroih Haw' Ut plh nacle • Wrought ouf the E«iditf» tojg^iy' nlan. • All ihe» to-day iro crowned anew. And rifle In splendor where th '\"' While Ittftiirt's children tbrong Her holy cradle, Novgoiod. From Volga'* nanka from Dwlna's side From pfne-clad Ural, dark and long OrwhBrVthefoaniineTerek'sflde • |^||^dqwnv|r6itt *W|luk, bright with -aong| Frdni^Alwi'jt ehhln of mountainoonea v ^ Mfmg6Un Uei*rt far arid ireo / ^ And lamU *hat ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 June 1877

GOSSrP FOR THE LADIES. Love a n d Betuon . BT BOBA. VSBTIttCB JXrnXT. Young Love went sailing without fear Upon a lotus leaf, Though Reason said, \" Ptay let me steer, Or you will come to grief.\"_ . Then laughed the saucy god and cried, \" You look too grum and blue, Go walk along the river's side, PU paddle my own canoe.'* - So Reason, plodding on the shore, Watched Love's trail shallop floating. And thought ••Though walking is a ore, It's very risky boating. Sallol young imp, you will he wrecked, Your bark is very frail.\" But Love sang.gayly,,\" I expect To have a jolly sail!\" \" Keep off the rocks and cataracts, They oft beguile a stranger.\" Quoth Love—\".A truce to stupid factsJ- I rather like the danger. The stream is smooth, the sky is clear, You need not come to,measure ' The crystal deeps through which I steer, Jfy pilotshall be Pleasure!\" - On with the tide did Cupid drift, Bis hand at Reason kissing, To where those sun-lit waters swift- Swift down the rocks went hissi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 June 1877

^'\"^^^fc^luiiittmi«h : Yewr committee' t o w h o m i ^ b f c f e ^ ' ^ ^ ^ p I M ' i i ^ i ^ w o u l d r e c o m m e n d its allowinc^in iv::: ^ctcrrisdiii b y :jflie Board , \" ^ v M.-, j *' ' ,•':' v- *.!\"*' •':• • *-.' • ^^«'Res^Np,,£'-^y/^iMr^T^iui^*, v-\"'',,,.' ' \"' •:'/:.\\ .him - ,•.• .•' ' J /V^i,i^/^^j Vv':,i^at * iJiV: Co^iiii^r'\"clerk, be 'in- : structed t a iellanjr \"Tax t%rt#c*te* now. i n his h a n d s f o r c a s h t o c o u n t y o r d e r s t i W i t h interest ^ ? t b « w t e o f tenpe r cent per annnm. M r Spring offered th e following amend- m e n t 'Vrxce»t the sale o f iZyj which shall b e 4«ld tor cash xM% with interest at th t rate of ' ^':tm^'r'i^t\\iOT'aMum, , r 'tht s resoluti6n t o b e ia force until the annual meeting. • T h e aye* and noes were called f#r. -, Aye s ? Decamp, Graham, ,, Mullane, Churches, Kjrsh, Bagnall, Spring an d Del - .„-'.--'i\"inoht.~8.- : ,-/••• ••::•••.,.• v\" ''.-*-'-','.',-. , N o e s Franc,. Wright, Noyes , Thayer ...

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