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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 May 1878

WASHISQTON. April 39.—Ordere have been given-by Mr. Hoyt/Cdmmissionfcr of Indian aflfaire, forbidding farther gratui- tons issue of coffee.and sugar to the In- dians at their agencies. In order to secure application to duty on their part, he says that only as they work, and in' payment for their labor, will they receive coffee and sugar rations in future. These two articles of diet are known to have an important influence with the Indian, and Mr. Hoyt believes they will Be likely to form apart of. the agencies employed in controlling them. At the Cheyenne Agency the plan is to be put into operation at once. The Cheyennes being already quite restless and irritable because they are not furnish- ed with these commodities as rations. But the Indian Bureau is firm on this point Some of the agents are much exercised about this policy, because they say it will cause war. Army officers also agree that this plan of Mr. Hoyt's is the surest way to bring on a war that could be suggest- ed. IIS...

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 — 3 May 1878

Kf,g%%«A Woman formed to soothe and bless, |«yS-fe^Q6od,.Jf slte.be.not felr-. - • ^pS* ? rft* klndly, ^itlirul,'patient wife.• S*M.\"s'v .': . .:'• Cheerful, and of a temper mlId, i One who can lend new charms to life, And make man reconciled. Oh.'tis a pleasant thing to see Such a being goine to and fro, With aspect genial and free, Yet pure as spotless snow—. One who performs her duties, too,. With steady and becoming grace, Giving to each attention due , In fitting time and place. One who can use her husband's means ,..r With careful thrift from day to day. And when misfortune intervenes, Put needless wants away— Who smootbe the wrinkles from bis brow When more than common cares oppress, •And cheers bim—faithful to her vow— With hopefultenderness. One who when sorrow comes can feel With woman's tenderness or heart, And yet can strive with quiet zeal. To ease another's smart- One who, when Fortune's sun grows bright, And flings the clouds of care aside, Can bask with pleasure i...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 May 1878

THE PARTING HOUR, There's something in \"the parting hoar,\" Will still the warmest heart— Tet kindred, comrades, lovers, friends, Are fated all to p'art. But this I've seen—and many a pang Has pressed it on my mind,. , The one who goes is happier - Than those who stay behind. No matter what'the journey be— Adventurous, dangerous, far To the wild deep, or bleak lrontier, To solitudeor war. Still something cheers the heart that dares In all of human kind: ' And they that go are happier Than those they leave behind. The bride goes to the bridegroom's homo With doubting and with tears But doeB not Hope her rainbow spread Across her cloudy tears? Alas! the mother who remains. What comfort can she find But this—the gone is happier Than the one she leaves behind! Have you a trusty comrade dear— An old and valued friend? Be sure your term of sweet concourse At length will have an end. And when you part—as part you will— O take it not unkind. If he who goes is happier Than the one he leaves...

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 — 3 May 1878

m WC&RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . — . . . . — $ i y — 75 --'. ----- «° gf|g#0 PAIO UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING .S&M-.V'ear.!..... . t ......$a oo ^jr-iMnth«....... i IQlieiYear (la advance). ..... $8i4c month \" 0tofa:*y-ys«\" « ....... HWmGEON BAY, WIS., MAT 3, 1878. FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. Ifp^wiyrto now vith us. Gentle, spring gently! Straw bats are cut in full bloom. Good and bad men are less so than they sseem .... . . . . ||ff§ *r E. M. Thorp, of Fish Creek, is in thewafted Vi\"' ^Tillage... $§$*' **rs* -H« Harris, of Marinette, is in the Igprniage visiting.. 0&-Robert Logan, of Jacksonport was in fe|fetown Wednesday. |§||p::Young men should pattern after pianos— t f ^ be square, upright and grand. ffiff-f-y ••••••••• Nr'^ i ' Still\" water runs deep in some places. Here,it runs for 10 cents a glass. ^ t r . A. J. Eichinger, of Gardner, was in the village Monday. We acknowledge a ^ c a l l . | g t e County Board meets next Tuesday, 7th i n s t a n t , per ...

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 — 3 May 1878

§f&nt\"e, spring gently! |8tra%hats are «ut in full bloom. tll^oocland bad men are less so than they Jll&in'.^ •/ •:•-.• - . ' • , . . ' Jjclfe/E.M. Thorp, of Pish Creek, is in the p§rtliage. • : ••••'• | | p M r s . H . Harris, of Marinette, is in the p§»iHage'visiting. pfRobert Logan, of Jacksonport was in |pownvWednesday. ^ g ^ o n n g men should pattern after pianos— |p|e square, upright and grand. elsv'SWW''water runs deep in somo places. l p e r e it runs for 10 cents a glasB. P ' ^ - A- J- Elchinger.'of Gardner, was in glMe Tillage Monday. We acknowledge a P a l l . ' ••'. f e - ^ , - .'•••••-.• p County Board meets next Tuesday, 7th fglustant, per request of County Clerk lpPhbrp. i g MM. F. C. Wright, of tins village, has pjrone to Chicago to visit her parents and |':: relattvis. fgSyMiss:Clara Higgins* of Bailey's Harbor, awasfa the village visiting friends the fore tgpart of this week, ' |fl T^e Ci*y °f Woodstock made port yester- yKday morning, and is loadin...

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 — 3 May 1878

#-pTTTjv T • V - T r ^ C T ' T , r l T \\ 8 r a P h w i t h 0 , l t ' 1 ^ blood teUing in hisV vans. 1 JLJ.J_# .. J S J v i r v - l o l ' - A \\ J X v 1 The money power openly cltuming its superi- PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY C. I. MASTIH, EDITOU AND FBOP'B. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for 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 h bond? This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to ran it inthe interest of the People and Labor! THE DOOR COUNTY JNDEPENDENT pREENBACI J_LUB, sta every Monday evening in the lower part of TownHallt In this village.- All persons in- meet s eve i the terested in the Greenback movement, are respect- fully invited to attend the club, whether residents or non residents of this county * OFFICER...

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 — 3 May 1878

THE EXPOSITOR S \\ graph without his blood boiling in his veins. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY o. i. luarar, EKTOB AND PBOP-B. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all due* —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 toget money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds k bond? This government has been ran for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers I The Greenback party proposes to ran it inthe interest of the People and Labor1 THE DOOR COUNTY INDEPENDENT PREENB&CK puuB, 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 F. J. HAMILTON Secretary CHRIS LEONHARDT Treasurer STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 3. 1878...

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 — 3 May 1878

lis mmm mfc Ii|BITOeaDOHBAY/ WIBOOMBIN.' 'i ^B^SEML NEWS . 5 SuBSCRiPfiONB to the United States % per cent, loan reach about a $1,000,000 a week. DIAZ is delighted at being recognized by the United States, but Lerdd is full of vengeance. . W. F. STOBEV of the Chicago Times, sailed for Europe on Saturday the 27th inst., in the steamer Brittania. THE bill that is likely to make the liveliest struggle of any now before congress is the hill to revive the income tax. PRINCE BISMARCK is reported very ill, and consequently unable to do anything in the matter of conciliating England and Russia. THE number of failures for\" the first three months of 1878 exceed those of the first three months of 1877 by more than One half and the liabilities \"are nearly twice as large for the latter period. This doesn't show very well for better times. THE house of representatives did not refer the Pacific railway funding bill as was reported, but took it from the speakers' table and passed it as it camo fr...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 May 1878

&3&I I \\ y ihgton wideradate 6f^^l^24ttv states that some time ago .'the Governor of Illinois employed Gen. Logan to in- vestigate the claims .of the state under the 5 percent fund. Logan argued the case Defore the Department and committee of Congress', and 'the House Public Lands Committee has decided to favoribly report the bil. The bill authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to ascertain the amount of public lands entered by the location of military land-warrants in Ohioi Indiana, Illinois Missouri, Michi- gan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, •Ne- braska, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Oregon, Nevada, and Colorado, where the enab- ling acts of admission into the Union contains a stipulation for the payment of 5 per cent, on sales of public lands. The bill further provides that these ' states shall receive certificates of in- debtedness from the secretary of the treasury, payable in twentv years, with interest at 3.65 per cent. THE PACIFIC RAILR...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 May 1878

GLOBE . -WhiteLeaflaniMixea PaintCo. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. These Painpj arc mixed, ready for use. any •bade or color, and sold In any quantities from Ouo Quart to a Barrel. ' as • • : • : C w • ^ K ^ * W R - A a a* ax I DO YOUR OWN PAINTING. These Paints are made of Pure White Lead, Zinc and Linsocd Oil, held in solution and ready for use • arc one third cheaper and will last three time as loug as Paint mixed in the ordinary way. 825 B£WARD! will bo paid for every ounce of adulteration fonnd in them. Thousands of houses and sorno of tho finest villas in America are painted with these Paints. Send for Testimonials of same, also for Sample Colors and Price Lists, to the GLOBE MIXED PAINT CO., O F C E 103 ChamberFsI St.,I New York, W O R K H t Cor.MORGAN&WASHINGTONSTS., JERSEY CITY DOMESTIC The Lightest Running, The Simplest^ The Most Durable, The Most Popular SEWING MACHINES. Tt is eaftlly n n d e m t o o d , makes the d o u b l e - t h r e a d l o c k - s t i t c h , hasntli-...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 10 May 1878

.• J I :-J : .' C •' lire Late W. • * Twt« The Star of tke Wet* lays of Tweed **His final hours were peaceful, And his last words were, 't have endeavored to do some good.' We dont know about that 'good,' but we do know that such a life is not to be emulated awi we know Tweed carried down with him in his wreck a crew of thirty peven, all leading politicians of his day, and the marked result of this is that twelve are in dishonored graves, six were/carried from the lunatic asylums to the cemetery, and thirteen are living but bearing a felon's brand, or disfranchised, or bankrupt finding their only relief in kindly oblivion. After all, did it pay? Rumors of A Bald In Canada In The Event *f War. BUFFALO, N. Y.. Mays.—Vague rumors are afloat of a raid on Canada by Irish, men in case of a war between Russia and England., It is stated that three compa- nies of Irish patriots arearmed and equip- ed here, ready for service, and 1,000 West era Irishmen have been notified, so that they can b...

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 — 10 May 1878

. » f r * y h [ h « i ! l i ^ ^ • ••-'••••••••]•••• ' \"•: ,!••-- -- *HfiW&' '^flstMM^t'Mi have ^ & ' ^ u s a n d .acres.of sjigar cane this year. ' ./ama^ate Gilbert -eleirate^ railway: TWIS 1 ^e&d^in&ew^ York city tfri the 1st v! cdnsiderable%clatV' : : 'MURDERS: In Deadwood are reported in the local papers under the heading of \" Deadwood Amusements,\" : PiUSC^.GjCtBTSCHAKOFF ia again report ed worse j^e, is troubled with sleep- Jessness. •„.,'...„_, .'........ \"' ' \"7 rV,*' CoNfi^Kss has a bill befor^Jt tpput a capitation tax of$100 on eacn'ini'ported! John Chinaman. Louis J. JENNINGS, formerly editor of the New York Times, has brought suit against the New York'Evening Express for,$50,000 for libel. THE astonishing statement comes from Constantinople that the Turks have, in the fortifications around that city 70,000 effective troops. IN the last nine months the United States have a balance of trade in their favor of$20(5,545,744 a larger suiti than was ever b...

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 — 10 May 1878

^-..v PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT. The following is the publicdebt state- ment for May 1st: ~ LiabtlUkesr-' - •• • — .,,-.„,..,..,, ....... 6 percent, bonda. ^.s 738,619.000' 5 per cent, bonds 7J3 4^4 percent, bonds.rvti............. 210,000,000 4 oer cent, bonds :..v.....-. . S3.850.000 Total coin bonds.... Lawful money debt Matured debt.... ........1 ..... Legal tenders.... .....^....... Certificates or deposit Fractional currency .. ..... — Coin and silver certificates,.— Total without interest.......' $ 446, 908,273 Taufediditit^swsiis^^ \".Total interest.-. .'..... ••.:.. . ... •...•.., * 28,747,353 ... - Attett. -v. .. .,\"\"\". :..... . ., Cash In treaajiry^-coin— 156,037,236 Currency. ... ,..••• .1,163,140 Currency .held for redemption of fractional currency... .... .'...... HKOOO.OOO Special deposit held for redemption of certificates of deposit .,' 28,815,000 Total in treasury:'. ... _ 115,515.377 Debt less cash in treasury... $2,036.707,648 3,015,865 23,450,574 /Decrease of deb...

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 — 10 May 1878

EXPOSITOR. One/year (la Mvaaee). ...... ...... ,|i j© Throat .• • «^, .:* ..*^ I\"*™^.\" Jl HOT Mir* OMTtL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING! Jtey«r.ii.: :v..i.„„.„j...,.... -....4, ) l ) Six month*.,....,....., ., : i oo STimCrjEQy BAY, WIS., MAY 10, 1878. FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES. Mr. Cramer has a tick daughter. Mm, J. Gilbert, of Sevastopol, is quite 111 Mrs. Schjouth, of Bay View, is quite j Quarterly Conference meeting next Sun- day at the M. E. Church. Bay View is to be adorned by several new buildings pretty soon. Mr. A . *V Schulz, of Gardner, favored us with a call on, Monday. Crop reports from all directions are of the most cheering character. Mr: Henry Reynolds has gone to Oconto, to scale logs for Scofleld & Co. Fruit tree* are m blossom. Now may the frost and blight let them alone. Mr. O. Guthrie, of the Arm of O. & W Guthrie, the ice dealers, was in' town this week. • Mr. Adolph Bcnish of tittle Sturgeon, was in town Monday. We acknowledge a call. Never dispair as...

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 — 10 May 1878

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVfeRY FRIDV* C. I. XASTOr, EDITOa AND PBOP'B. Hake the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues --they coat the people nothing 1 Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a yearI 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 ran for the benefit of the Snylocks and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to ran it inthe interest of the People and LaborI THE DOOR COUNTY JNDEPENDENT PREENBACK pure, 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 clnb, whether residents or non residents of this county. OFFICERS. K. M. WRIGHT President THOS.1H. SMITH Vice President F. J. HAMILTON Secretary CHRIS LEONHARDT Treasurer STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 10,1878. .One Year Old To-Day. The EXPOSITOR, under its new manag...

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 — 10 May 1878

W On the 23d of October, 1877, William : TBVeeniah 'was sentenced to the Erie County Penitentiary for one year and |uilty td ft charge of burglary andlar- Bn^f ^ e r ^ f e v a s dm r^celvedJn- tfte^^nTOhttft%wa^l^ tc-irvorkip the shop at polishing buckles, and coii^ tinned qiliietiy ani wltbJ uniform good behavior to pursue the dreary routine of prison-life until -yesterday morning, when a surprisihg discovery was made. It became known to the prison author- ities, and later to the police officials and a few others, that the supposed William Freeman- was ft woman. It seems that some parties, probably her .friends in /Allegany- county, had ap plied to GdvrBdbins6rt-for a pardon for the supposed William Freeman. In *• such cases it is usual for the governor Or his authorized agent to \"write to the keeper of the prison in which the per- son for whom the pardon is asked is confined, for a statement of the con- dition of the prisoners health. To as- certain the physical condition 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 — 10 May 1878

LOVE'S CALENDAR. A young year's freshness In tho air, , : A8pnng-tfdeJlM)I6t*W\\howb(Ml The flowers ID Spring-time most are fair, And life in Spring-ume most is good— For why f—I will not let yon hear Until the Bummer is a-near. ^ ,..».,.,..•'.. A Summer all of burninglights* 'r * •••.. With crimson roses, passion red, And moonlight for the hot white nights, \\ ' • And Jasmine flowers, sweet, dewifcd.\" \"•'.• • Why has each rose a double scentT You may divine when it is spent. Autumn, with shining yellow sheares. And garnered Irult: and half regret To watch the dreary falling leaves And leaden skies above them set. And why e'en Antumn c»n seem dear Perchance you'll guess, when Winter's ucre. Winter, in wide snow-covered plains, .''•' And drifting sleet, and piercing wind. That chills the blood within our veins. But our warm hearts can never find— Ah. little love, you guess. I know. What warms our hearts in spite of snow. - —The Argoty. BROWN LITTLE HETTY. \" Dear, dear, how it ra...

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 — 10 May 1878

•• ?'.*^^Wvj^ M^SliW^^i*\\S-i ''M ^ S ^ * * * * * * 5 ^ ^ ^ ^i« :V ?RB* OiHTALSTOCI,$100,009. Tbeae^Baiida are jnixed, veady for iue.any ahadeor color, anasold InanyauuUttea from OnaQOUttoaBtrnii DREUTZE R & GO. - {SUCCESSORS ypT.C HAVLEV A CO.,) Sturgeon Bay, . r. • ^ Wisconsin. DEALERS IN * AN D GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GENT'S yttBNISHl»( GOODS, Chromos, jewelry, stationery, nettings, fish- INO TACKLE, CAB- tridges, revolvers, guns, knives tobacco and cigars, confectionery, fruit, A c , &c. POST-OFFICE BUILDING. l l * O I * 5 w 5 ^ k , n you'town. $5 Outfit free. ? K n Â¥V\\° l i? k ^ Header, If yon want a business U I U U a t «uich persons of either sex can make , _ great pay all the time they work, write for particulars to JB.. HALLBTT * Co., Portland. Maine. • OOY00B OWN PAIKTim. These Paints a n made of Pore White Lead. Zinc and Linseed OH, held in solution and ready for use amone thirdcheaperandwill last three, time as longas Paint mixed in the ordinary way. S25 REWAR...

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 — 17 May 1878

iinjK^sCtitwS^ • GENERAL OUTLOOK. The Hew Tmrklsh :a*4 Bnalu' Louu. T«rk«7 to leyr a tax of BO per ©eat. e* imports and exports-r-What America and . •therSatlonaThinkof it. Fail Conflnaation trom AU Quarter* of the World, of the Plaa of the BURIMS to fit out a Great Fleet efCrniter* , In tha Brent of War. Hare aboot the 3ritarions Bossian Ship, In American Waters. BERLIN, May 10 —The semi-official Norddeutsch Ailegemaint Zeitung, far from believing that the 60.000,000 florins about to be raised by Austria will be employed in anti-Russian armaments, is of the opin- ion that the money will be quietly put by to serve as a permanent mobilization fund, after the fashion of the famous German war chest _ Similar views are general in Berlin, where anti-Russian articles, crop- ping up in the Austrian inspired press, are regarded as so many attempts to allay Hungarian feeling, and make Europe be- lieve in the independent policy which has long ceased to exist. PAIUS, May 8.—The Estafelte re...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 May 1878

THE BRIDE OF A TEAR AGO. % AYoung Mother Sentenced to Death for . ^ Murder Done throiigh Jeolonsjr. ^ '^!' Z '\"'V^'^aiita'vOoiistitntioiJi May 3 • •\" ^Qg|QftIf ln^Â¥iai^iage#o!f Mr. Rob- i :'•!*rtSftiherh, a handsorhc but wild young ^J^l0w, to Miss „Kate • Hambrieki a ball SCT&tlje^ rparjty. was given at the dwelling of lw$, m Pickens county. All the belles 4 andbeauaof the neighborhood,were in^ ?itfefl and attended. Among tfie num- 'fc^r'was a beautiful• yourig woman by the name of Narcissa Cowarf She, it aeema,, Was one of those handsome jgirls who^ knowing h er charms, delight- ed In making conquests of men, but iieve| dreaming that harm would in any '•jnraijrresult.? Gay-and light-hearted, she pursued the inerry dance from early evening until the hour of midnight, At that fatal hour she danced her last time with Mr. Sothren. Kate, his wife, it appears, had become jealous of the beautiful Narcissa. and early in the evening informed her husband that he must not dance with Mi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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