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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 17 May 1878

LOST LOVE: [San Francisco Neva Letter.] The heart of the simplest woman Js a .mystery ucrevealed. And the love that seems transparent Is most hopelessly concealed. We care not for love while we have It, We know not or love till -'tis lost We scatter Its treasures'broadhanded, Hor reckon the ultimate cost. Lo! a hand comes forth from the shadows— A touch that I knew of old— That could crown the gloomiest fancies With an aureole or cold: And I think how that hand so loving. That craved but to lie In mine, Oft met an impatient gesture. Or found uo responsive eign. And from yonder painted canvas I catch the old. wlttful look, So timidly, mutely jealous Of the love that I gave my book And I only too well remember Bow I chafed at the dumb reproach, And swore that no thought ot-woman Should on my studies encroach. Was I blind, or mad. or but heartless? ' The face and the hand are gone, The light of my life has vanished, I am utterly alone. The brain that her glances kindled Is blighted and...

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 — 17 May 1878

•Hiw»-si£«^^ •Three \" ••'•:'. « * \"* * ....-*. 75 ^. N °t.-*£?? WTIL 3 MONTOS\" AFTER SUBSCRIBING: 'One-Year''' • \\ !'\": ' • • ''\" • ' * ^ six n ^ f t & ^ H l t e ^ ^ ™ - : ^ : ^ £ Mr. A.tir. Lawrence has erected a wina milto.benuses l O hi farm. The 'mill, we believe, 18' d 6 jumping water ani light grinding. If we niistake not, this fa the first and only wind mill tower in the aM d o e s n S l S ? ^ 3 - S * o r £ \"flne'' county. ..-••• •,-l-.-i v ' \" \" f f ^ ^ ° o t i ^ t e t e , n a a y i m r t h a t star 3Tir^feON B^Y, ^ . ^ M ^ l t f 1878. Coolaqd refreshing,fro»t». I Icy nights the forepart of this-week. Mr. J. Smith, of Jaeksonport, is in town. 1 ^:M-.cllan»Iey,Iof Chi0agQ,is in the vil- n o o ^ ***ntt*1 m^o«jye»k«day after- f o ^ w t h ^ 6 ? P r 0 n t 8 f r 0 m frait ' ^ ta2iiSf7'^fcle„that ». happy this t ^ i 4 t ^ 0 f F i B l 1 Greet was in bot-ntS??^?!. C0.\"'P,aint (\"Confounded lioi) will goon begin to prevnili we noticed Mr,J. Bagnall oMac...

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 — 17 May 1878

^K»«.SJ,«^rt i''U ? vV^(i---!^ipaj -:.5^-v '--^ .y^ '---4-&} fc! ^t.y^ .*.v^^ ,£j,.!-.,,:. THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 0. X. ICABTJQf, EDITOS AND PSOP'B. \"The \"little county paper\" is the -best read paper in the world. N o other ' contains neyj^s of the marriages and deaths, to say nothing of divorces and births no other relates the acci- dents happening before the doors of the vil- lagers no other gives the time for'the next ball, picnic, or political meeting no other dis- cusses the affairs of the town and county, the arrival of new goods on the merchant's coun- ters, or of a new hat on the editor's d A k Without a paper, the town that has ever^en- joyed a well managed one, feels indeed lost.'* [CONTINUED FKOM FIRST PAGE.] Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors of Door County. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues —the* cost the people nothing! Abolish the Nattoijri BankB, for which the people are taxed $127,omo00 a year t Why give the privilege to ...

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 — 17 May 1878

ftm^K m ^rni?mmM BTUBQEOK BAY, WISCONSIN. tJCLiCANB hold their state conven tionin Venftont on the 23d of May.! THE house of representatives refused to limit members to two-hour speeches on the tariff bill. V .PRINCE BISMARCK is again reported a great deal worse, and his condition cre- ates uneasiness at Berlin. IT now seems almost certain that the trouble between England and Russia will be settled satisfactorily without the use of that million pounds of lint just purchased-by England. THE inter-state collegiate contest was held at St. Louis, MisSQUjri, on the 8th inst. The states of Indiana, Ohio, Illi- nois,* Iowa,. Missouri arid Wisconsin, were represented in the contest. Illinois took the first prize and Iowa the second. THE will.of W. S. O'Brien, the San Francisco millionaire, leaves $50,000 to the Catholic Orphan. Asylum of San Francisco and $80,000 and $20,000 to two Protestant Orphan Asylums of the same city. The remainder of deceased's $6,000,000 goes to his relatives. .. T...

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 — 17 May 1878

Washington. THE FIVE PER CENT. BILL. Advices from Washington of the 9th. state that, the -house com- mittee on public .lands has decided to recommend the passage of the so-called 5 per cent, billintroduced this session by Representative Sapp, of Iowa. The bill provides for payment by the general government to the states of Ohio, Indiana. Illinois, Missouri, Michigan, Wisconsin,' Minnesota. Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Oregon and Nevada, 5 per cent, on localities of military land warrants therein, estimat- ing the same at one dollar. Twenty- five per cent, payment is to be made in treasury certificates, running twenty years, and bearing interest at the rate of 3-65 per cent. ONK'S AND TWO'S. In accordance with instructions, the house committee on banking and cur- rency, Representative Phillips pre- pared, and has been authorized to re- port to the house a bill directing the secretary of the treasury to reissue in denominations of\"$l and...

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 — 17 May 1878

••\"?'5 *iK--^v.f : .'-.- '•.-. gaggarffaafai ii, I.\" ' Tbese--PalntartaÂ¥e mixed, ready for use, any shade-or color and told in any quanUtlea from Ouo Quart toj» Barrel. • K 5« Onr Paris (France) Letter, notolridu Lourro p4Hi, A^rifa^ 1878 ' Ontheslteometiullletine-Br the bridge - - - - * • - — - - \" Parisian ^•-'i'*\"J0. \"iprw^Sket« \"if\"i Sabnrb In tbe \"Season\"-* Visit i\\ngui^hi&aiQr theirRuritypf lifeand brave, M *Ngglesfto.ear an bonesr livelihood.j burial plaoe/of Josephine 'and Onsen Mortense—MalmaMen the. real* dence ofjfapolean I—A peep at i Sren'oallllerM.aridbaeM_ PANC^GOODSi ftBNT'8 ' PtntNISHTBTG GOODS,' Chromos, jewelry, stationery, netting'\" fish- ING TACKLE, CAR- tridges, revolvers, guns, knives tobacco and cigars, confectionery, fruit, &c, &c. POST-OFFICE BUILDING. DO YOUH OWN MINTINI. Thcio Paint* are made of Pure White Lead, Ztnc aud Linseed OIL hejd in solution and ready for use are one third cheaper and will last three time a* long aa Pain...

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 — 24 May 1878

GENERAL SITtJATION. Troikle Betweea tbe Buaiaa and Tarkt, Hew- •w, Seeai Iaala»»t, Aad the Two Amlee an Watvfcisg Each Otaer JealoMlr. CaaflraiaUoB of theTartkue sf tk« Hew Staaa. er, State of Callforala, at Philadelphia, by tka JBauiau, for$600,000. NORTH TROT, Vt. May 16.—A large bo- dy of straagere are .encamped in the woods near this place. They are all Irish- men, well dressed and intelligent. Acces- sions are being made to the camp almost hourly. The Canadian militia has been called out, and there seems to exist a feel ing along the border that an immediate invasion of Canada by a large army of Fenians is more than probable. PHILADELPHIA, Pa. May 16.—Thesteam- er State of California, purchased by the Russian, government, was launched to- day. LONDON, May 16. -Notwithstanding the silence of the St. Petersburg sami-offlclal press, there is little doubt that the follow- ing dispatch represents the present views of the Imperial Court and Chancellary: \"St. Petersburg, May 16—No...

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 — 24 May 1878

•*iS£i**fc •*\"*•-V HORNELLSYILLE'S MYSTERY. (Mmlnal Negligence of a New York Totrn that Has Become a Factor in the European Problem. if^ l The tQ,wa,9|, Hpr£ellsvJMerwhieh be- '^t^^u^&fataqup^wnqg^h^.Jfibar war of '•,'. vlastilupiper'ad'a' strategic^omt in the p clSba^ti: 6f the* Btxikers «gHinst the •''^''^ar^ad^ifeblrttpitii^ hi* • once more :•'*.\" iSBnfid'froTh: tlio original? obscurity into i whiabtt it had d relapsed. This time i' wHornellsville challenges the attention .^ European Cab- •-\", Tnetamil pronounce its curious': name \"'\"' wittf wonder)'e^ahilVib tts posrubri on t*!! Wnifiap, and consider its population and resources with hurriea' scrutiny. • ^ Gdrtschakoffjwill to*» uneaailyl.in bis sick'bed as heroutiers \"Hornellsville '' ,,.•Â» .Bifiraarck wiJL shudder, with opprehen » aiojti ^feBri he j|nd^tha,t \"Von Mojtke, in 'ubfecelebrated desk With the 'mqltitudi- riotts btgeo&holes, haid rib'paber labeled' \"Plan for Ihe Siege oMlbrhelltfville \" and Bea...

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 — 24 May 1878

SOMETIME. Sometime, tired heart of mine. You shall.have a,long, long rest , And \\he quiet evening eun, Sloping outward to the west. Creeping in the casement wide, Shall look on a quiet breast. Though the birds shall coo and call As the deeper shadows fall, . , . • Youtnayrest. • ••• • .• ...:. Sometime, patient eyes of mine. \" You may.take a long, long sleep Though the early morning sun •..:•.•• All along the wall creep, ,- Waxen eyelids will-not lift • From the watching which they keep Though a sunbeam, over bold. Seek to part your curtain's fold, Yon may sleep. Sometime, striving hands of mine, ' There will be a long.Tonfc 'peace -••-. Loosened from the tasks you hold, :, , .Into new aud.s\\ceet,release,, . Other, hands mast place you close, In a dull amen of grace.- EvenloVe's touch soft and warm, Dare not break such prayerful form Of your peace. v Sometime restless feet of mine..\" . Ther&WIil come a long, long day When you need noi cross the sill.', From the flushing to t...

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 — 24 May 1878

•^t 5JJi^^:,J,y. EXPOSITOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT/ON: One VW (IN a4«s*re). ......it so Six Months \",. M, .... ....... 75 , Three.\"'••,!,\" •\"••-.•. \"...-:...---. : . . . . . . . , . . . .40 HOff PMO UNTIL ,3 MONTHS APTRR SUMCJHBIWG:copy »n Year.„.J....:..'Vi— ............ ....t» 00 8ix month*:...................... . . . . . . . . iflo STURGEON BAY, WIS,, MAY 24, 1878. ' . ocoofcaooeeo Frost'as common as dawn of day. ..The •way to get along in this world is-- to work. •...?• t Service* at St. Joseph's Church next Sunday1. '„:.'_ The various farms along the Bay shore look well. We acknowledge a call from Miss N. Daley, Monday. Mr. George Mainz, of Bailey's Harbor, was In the village Monday. Were you not wrestling with the gentle zephyrs yesterday! Hon. D. W. Stebblns, of Ahnapee, was in the village yesterday, i Rain and mud amounts to but little with the velocipede riders. Messrs. Geo. Rogers and Joe Barber, of Menekaunee, are in the village. Mr. T.MnCullough, of Bailey's Harbor,...

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 — 24 May 1878

, r««Pi^W(fi«w.^,W ft3.|.X i H^ i iSi' THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. I. HABTIH, EDITOB AJT D PEOFH. ' \"JUSTICE.\" Hake the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues —they cost the people nothing1 Abolish the National Banks, (or which the people are taxed $137,000,000 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 run for the benefit ofthe Shylocks and Gold Gamblers The Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest of the People and LaborI THE DOOR COUNTY J N D B P E N D E N T P R E E N B A C K pi-UB, 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- fullyinvited to attend the club, whether residents or nonresidents of this county. OFFICERS. R. M. WRIGHT.... President THOS. H. SMITH Vice President F.J.HAMILTON Becretary CHRIS LEONHARDT........\\_...-....Treasurer...

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 — 24 May 1878

\"§^^^^^0M^ ...l.'H'.'.l.T.U... Jsn^^YoitK is feappy the state legis- lature his adjournedsine die. :••••'• - £?'-• .i '-.,»'•- • *••.--• - • - , - . ' PHILADELPHIA has sold the' Russian overnraent the first ship-. THE Providence.•••. Tpol ^Gopipany is again running on rifles for the Turkish ..government. • \" ,:,, - * -^ THE New York-' syndicate'nats taken mjOOOfiOQ of the $50,000,000, 4] pertion cent^bonds contracted for^y &umoKi??$Jj$U jjei^fcifc^ed by small pox and the number of deaths re- ported daily front that disease exceed one hundred. . , ENGLAND believes in preparing for war in time of peace, and consequently she is buying every thing that looks as if it could be-used in warfare.••Â» ..,, ., THE Prince and Princess of Wales have done the American section of the Paris Exposition and pronounced it a success.. That, settles that question. THE New England, Middle and West era States and Canada have been visited by frost, and in many localities consid- erable injury has...

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 — 24 May 1878

Miscellaneous IJews. THE FENIAN SCAJ&E. Aii OttOwa special under date, of the 16th says.r the last time there_ -vas a Fenian ra}d,the Canadians livinginthe states formed themselves into a con- tingent,, and placed themselves at the service of the Canadian ^government. The movement in that direction ndw going on in the United States among Canadians, in view of a possible recur- rence of the same cause, is viewed with much satisfaction. Thie, most likely ex- planation of the Fenian agitation is, that it is designed to prevent a contin- gent being raised in Canada for service abroad in case of an Anglo-ORussiaa war. With 'thp Russians on the Canadian,sea- coast, and *he Fenians on the frontier, Canada will probably need all her sol- diers to loolcAiv^ftfer her own inter- ests.'. v' .••• .. ^'V^'\"' •\"\"'''•'•\"•'.' . THE OPINIONP| THfi TKUE WITNESS. The True Witness of'Montreal, a lead- ing Koman Catholic journal in its issue of the 16th calls for the abolition of all party proces...

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 — 24 May 1878

CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. The««i fateta ate mixed* ready fc* w , a n jr •had* or color, and aold ia any qnanUhVw worn OnaQtuurttoaBamL . DO YOUR OWN PAINTINB. These Palntaar e n u d e o f Pure White Lead, Zinc and X4n«eed Oil. held in solution and ready . for use arc one third cheaper and will last three time as long as Paint mixe d in the ordinary way. 825 REWARD! will b e paid for every ounc e of adulteration found in thein. Thousands of houses and som e of th e finest villas i n America are painted with tlieso Painta. Send for Testimonials of same, also for Sample Colors Price Lists, t th e •I GLOBE MIXEand D PAINT Co O OFFICE i 103 Chambers 8t.f New York, Cor,MORGANftWASHINGTON &TS„JERSEY CITY DOMESTIC The Lightest Running, The Simplest, The libit Durablo, The Most Popular or SEWING MACHINES. J » i » « a M l f n n d r r a t o o d , makes the d«nbl««threa 1 l o c k - a t l u l t , linn nell - r e e h l a t l n s teiiNlonat and t a k e - u p , and will do the w l i o l...

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 — 31 May 1878

: •W'irU'r •ured CorantAndrassy thatshe intends to keep the peace, and that her attitude will bettil^^elaM^'''^ '\"' ELSWOKHB. M^, May 24,-~Small parties of Russian officers are l e a i & ^ Q m b . l a to-Oay with all their ba«ga|ef \"iAlcl^they pass formally through th». A few leave by: eveiry\\b|l§|? One of the officers, in a cpiVeMat|Qi)| cpn firms the .report that tue\\Biafl«ian force is composed of three ship's crews, each fully officered. He saysthat there is no^m^i^h^rm^in now saying that they -Uay£ciDl^t£'i^ v e W s j M ^ pu|cfca^ •'-l&iBsia^^ al- ready- been purchased, and^ayer toqw in Phiiade^plria/1 S&h^ theCimbria have gone to-these[\"vessels. When asked U any saUpre l»ad b^enjseht on, he answered that the sailors would be taken d^ctlyjn,tb,e ^CtobriMoJLhe^loint. of transfer. iSte. officer!Conversed with is of the rank of Lieutenant, highly educat- ed, and apparently, candid in his state- ments. LONDOIT, May 25.—The Times has the following from Athens:...

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 — 31 May 1878

WESTERN HOUSE THIEVES, The Inside Working of a Great Bor* der CensplracT—FacU and Statistics ,. f m %1 braslti*, new. Thousands 1*9 Kansas City Time*. Murine ^ M P f e t ^ l # S l ^ # % a i t •lap^rtonaaB jnativ^u^- 8es niive » x.iacli.a'nd t . thftireS^ave forts - -ftf*deiby thetOTM*lft)f!ffi*v«%ri(nl*botder 'lesW%t«^ln%? thirds *aye.prpv«d 'fntif^aii(i*day ,7ehfickor restraint opdn the ja«'o the \"'FWfarCWtfrt'fbtthepaat^tglrt months '^friWtf «tartlftigff»*»r4^^«C ^ ^saii8*vit»ha«aBte*,' %©u| extent*ar$\"thj§s : #immeiwUy • o|^,pwitraband tfiweim. Qihorsefleah can only be estimMea'trbin ,. thepincialrec^rdgbn^file'atlieadqtiar- tcre. ' 3 e y 6how & &aftl%1ifetease jiifan howÂ¥i^uhl^*ri* ^'winderfiil iimnd- niJytVbn\\ Vsapture^ti^n the par^ the' - i l r i e w i f * - - ~ . w . « K , . , . , ' » w ^ ' J« , Within the last\"' eight• months ' the . ^tWnrtier^of)hdrioe r^tipffcCfc stoleji' at S68. olice fieadquarte^tn Karisaa 0ltyf\\VfW The thefts reported were ...

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 — 31 May 1878

THE CANDIDATE. \"Father! who travels our road BO later' \"Hnshimy child, 'tis the candidate Fit exatople or *«(ttan-wt»8 -p - - Early be comes, and late, he goes. He greet* the woman T*IU» courtly grace: He tleneB the baby'a dirty face , He calls to the fence the fanner at work He bores the merchant: ho bothers the clerk The blacksmith, while hie imTllv rings. Ho greets, and thin is the song be sings: rb* hotfly hand the ^orklnguaDv \" •'Husb^^ y^hoIs that at the eitef ''•\"'••• \" Hide!Iny le'vc3ts\"t»e candldatelV \"Husband! why caaJt he work like* you? . • Ha8h'e:n«^tpinKjat^lometodo?,1 . , ' - . . „ \"\" My.dear, whenever a man is down- No cashat home and no credit in town— Too stUnWtopr^acQand tocriprqud.to beg,: Too timid to rob and too lazy to dig Then over bis horse his le h« flings, And to tn'e6&&T people^thls sofljt he sings:— ' Howdy! dowdy 1 how d'ye do? ** How is your wife and how are you? Ah! it fit* myfistas no Other can, Thetaniy farad of the wprkinjrma...

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 — 31 May 1878

* r * ? ^ * ^ ? * w ^ •.•'.•\".'• II !•':£: l*tt.. wa***^^ •V:i\\f,ii • 4f'1o i~rr THE^EXPOSITORS •itfYi'lf. rEgjIfStOFSUBSCR/PTIOK: .'•: One Yiwfl»««T«iei).'..!.LlL'l^.'.i«.....«$« » : 8ixmontn» •• • ' \" , ! :' ..VJ--i.J:i-...i. 75 Three'* ^^S , -.,-\"--, ^.. ...,^.. ,..^..,.., 40 WOT PAID 0Nf II. 3 MOUTHS AfT** SUBSCRIBING: • w V « r . . . i . . . . i . „ . . . . . „ . . . . . — . . . . . . S i oa B « months..!.......*.„...................... . i oo STrJB$^ BA* WEJMAY 3?, 1878 FLOATUW gPBINti BUBBLES. Avoid debt and idleness. . Still thjejeohw^ewsettlers. It is powl4^urjr nights for a ramble.\" We learn that Mil ii. A. Dreatzerlsvery ill, with pleurisy. See HOW \"fid\\» 0 f hardware store In an- other column. Sporting men are quite numerous in the Tillage this week. Mr. yr. Guthria has our thanks, for late Chicago papers. Mr. J. Crass, of Seva stopol, is visiting relatives in Chicago. Mr. Adolph Benish, of Gardner, was in the village yesterday We received a call\" We...

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 — 31 May 1878

V ^ * * « S \" W » ' , ^ ' ^ * ^ « « W ^ «»«B^*ftK*eM • ? 7'.'••.• • V:-:: '//- .^oTi'?^' : H T ' ••• \"• •• \" .'•••••:- • •! '•••'••••. :simaBX^ ,ipi A A A i A A ' I HE , EXPOSITOR. 'PUBLISHiD EVERYFRIDAY CI,lUBTHf , EDITOE AMD PEOP'E. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues —they cost the people nothingV Abolish the National Banks, (or which the people are taxed #137,000,000 a yearl 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 run for the benefit df the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers1 The Greenback party proposes to ran It Inthe interest of the People and LaborI THE DOOR.COUNTY I N D E P E N D E N T P R E E N B A C K £LUB, meets every- Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in this village. AH persons in- terested in the Greenback movement, are respect- fully invited to attend the club, whether residents or non residents of this county. . OFFICERS....

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 — 31 May 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. » :V',^'''i.'.i i\"''''' - - ' • -,•, • '• \"«=«= ffTUBGEON BAY WIflOONBIK. • * - THE sale of United States 4 per cent. bonds nOw exdee^ls h«lf a million a MANYof the famine districts of China , ? ^re haying,abupdant jrain and the hope * is expressed that the famine will soon 'cease..- ^i'^-- -^ •\"'•'. Tij^pjeasurg steamer Empress of In- dia capsized and went over a dam at : Gait, Ontario,: oh\\the :22-nd inst, drown- inj^hfererettf and 18paisflehgers. '•': '... p OHIO is manufacturing the locomotive* and care for,the filbert elevated railway df New York city. The city of Day ton, ' O^o^JB^tJle^Dte^^edit for this en- •••• terprise. THIS is peace day in Euiope, yester- day was war day and, probably to-mor- row will be war day again. It will not require a very wise Prof. Tice to pre- dict this thing with certainty pretty soon. , ILLINOIS war veterans held a large meeting at Springfield on the 23d inst., the occasion being the transfer of the battle flags and other ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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