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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 31 May 1878

THE MILL DISASTER. Minneapolis, Minnesota, special ad- vices of the 22d, says the coroner's jury which has been holding an inquest on the victims'-', of.'the mill-explosion has returned a verdict that the disaster was the result of an explosion of mill-dust floating in the any kindled by fire in the woodwork of the Waushburn A mill, originating in a spark from the stones running empty. No evidence is found to show negligence on the part of the mill-pperatiyes, but the open puri- fiers in use in mills are condemned as generating an unusual amount of dust. MINNESOTA LEGISLATIVE OOUET. St. Paul advices of the 22d inst. state that the senate assembled to-day as A high court for the trial of Judge Sher- man Page of the Tenth judicial circuit, impeached by the house of represen- tatives for official misconduct last \\iin- ter: \\fExrQo^^m^ma,^counsel for Pagej submitted A challenge objecting to the.. - sitting, of Senator Clough, of Mower county, as prejudiced and inter- ested in the case...

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 — 31 May 1878

naHn-K CAPITU8T001 $100,000. •hadeor colonanfl pop laM7«aaiittttM: OuoQu»rtU»»r DO YOOR OWM PAIKTIH8. Thnw Paints ire nude of PMo White Lead,, .ZtiK! and Linseed Oil. held in solution aud ready for use x are one third cheaper and will last three time as long aa Paint mixed in the ordinary way.. S25 REWARD! will be paid for every ounce of adulteration found In them. Thousands of houses and some of the finest villa* in America are painted with these Paints. Send for Testimonials of same, also for Sample Colors and PriceLists, to the GLOBE MIXED PAINT CO., ''' OFFICE * •'••• 103 Chamber* at.. New York, Cof.MdReANiWASHI(^foN8T$.,JERSEYCrrY DOMESTIC The Lightest Running, The Simplest, The Most Durable, The Most Popular SEWING MACHINES. Jt 4« easily understood, M A M the doubIe»thread lock-stitch, has malt* regnlMtng tenaloua and take-np, and will do the Wnol« rang* of family work without chang*. • . , The *» Domestic •Â»is mad*In the most durable manner, with conical steel Itnrln...

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 — 7 June 1878

, ( ...^..-,y^, : ? -.Sj^}^* ^-»j: ^ •-«&r:V 55*= 5BBS -B5SS Lomwn, June B^Tfe Herald's special correspondent at Berila telegraph* that at 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon the Emperor WillUm WMdTHingdowiiUotvr den Lin- den towwd the Thiergarteti. Wtttn oppo- tlt« No. 18 In the great avenue two shot* wsxe lVred at him from a. second story window. Aaaoon a* tbeilm report w u beard, a Tfoasseaer, who was sitting on the box With the coachman sprang into the vehicle and threw himaeU over the Sm? peror, so that the slugs from the second shot only touched the arm of the : Smperor—fiia Majesty was, however badly wonndedty the flret fire, thirty small stags , entering hta body, chiefly lodging in his arms and face. The most dangerooB wound of all is in thewrist near to toe tii^in artery, and from it the Emper- or lost much blood The carriage contain- ing the Emperor war turned immediately and was driven to the palace, the chasseur who had so gallantly listed his life for his soverign sup...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 June 1878

fe®S**fj*S? A YIRGINIA^TRAGEDY. Which Beads Like a Chapter ont of ^y? \"Jbi* Miserable.'* ,^ _ ^ ^ . -*^n«raftnPnumeroU9moss-grown old £it6tobBton©Jmni!e graveyard of Wil- lUaiflftJbWg* V ^ ^8-0il8 which Dears the fWa^IddiK^'age^i^J^laln. with ' Infaatdajghwrs. by.her own v She/was fair to ioefc^p^. ]pnre as s&JwTand be\". ,, H,love4byailrwhOi)iBtsw fi«r Divine Provi- if,- -jut' doDcealonekaowa why.she had to ? ,^The epitaph, •somev of the words of , :whieh arO hAtdl^}]«^ble any longer, is It One ledger, kept monthly by Gen. Washington. Knives, forks, oneplated cake-basket. - The rpD« in which ne was christened^ Silver-plated lamps thirty-six pieces of chinaware. ••\".. , One bedstead, presented to Mr. Law- rence Washington by his friend Admiral Yernpn,/Tffi|Ty '9wjen& ! # 0|jh§ |roth the §|enera|| £$0? II j§ ^ eys l&jdWoy tr«LGenJral the-only reqprd left of one:of -the.most terrible tra^e^ies that ever took place in th'e^ld dominion: '•Itfwa8'ihi798 that Joh...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 June 1878

ska GOOD NIGHT. [ » you . All through the night: Rest closetn his encircling arma Until the light. My hoart ia with yon as I kneel to pray. Good night! tiod keep yon In his care alway. \\ Thick shadows creep like ellent ghosts About my bead I lose myself in tender dreams. While overhead • The moon comes stealing through the window bare \\ A ailver sickle gleaming mid the sure. For I. though I am far away, \\ Peel safe and strong To trust you thus, dear love-»nd jet— The night Is long— I say with srfob ng breath the old fond prayer. Good night1 Sweet dreams! God keep yon everywhere1 —Mary R. Jlighman, in Churchman.^ VICTOR. The Story of a Mad Lover. Do people often wonder at their own happiness? Certainly, I was wonder- ing at mine, as I sat alone in my pretty drawing-room, resting back in the chair, allowing my Berlin work to fall unheed- ed on my lap, while my eye wandered here and there, surveying with fond pride my possessions. 1 Many of the pictures on the walls, the bronzes o...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 June 1878

|THE EXPOSITOR. ^•nc Year '{In adduce) :..:„vrJ.'^lJ.':.^..i..'-$« so : 6ncmonths•*«. - ^ • •Â«' , ...^ ...^:.^..,... • 7 5 i nree ' • «• '.\" ,'...„. ....»•, '• .jv .i.... 40 :••:- NOT PA.1D 0NT1I. 3 MONTHS AFTKK .SUSSCRIftlNG: i-'S.'}? Y « r . . . . „ . . . . . . . . . , . . . : . . ' . ' . . . . . . . . | s oo :» months . . ! . . . v . . . . . . . . . . . . . r 00 STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 7, 1878. FLOATING SPRfrti BUBBLES. Sunshine at a premium'just now. Dead Beet(les) hereabouts chew tobacco punts...... - . • .\",_' ! t Linen coats fail to be displayed much just at present. ^ : Mr. N. Baldwin, of Whitefish Bay, was in town Montjfay. B r Michael Welder is •l$Uiujs relatives and friends in ^Washington, pouqty,'. , Mr. Smith Welton, of Little Sturgeon, favored us-with a call Saturday. ••-, . •\"' And How the weather prophesiers an- ticipate a dry and scorching summer. But arn't those new arrived lot of cook stoves atJohn Masse's.the '^joss'.' thoughf The Jjmes Piatt, is loadi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 June 1878

* 8 ? ^ v ::aa^wt Msaa»/stst-j^~ . . t.Ti«Kj«iJS*tei«!it' HE EXPOSITOR. PUBU8liED iEVERV FRliiAT ' 3. X. MABTIK, EWTOB 1 » PBOTB.' He was on the bridge with thefirstofficer and pilot when the ship struck, Had it not been for his coolness and presence ofmind sonielives would certainly have been lost. After rowing *br aboutfourhours the six boats made Saltee Island, and all the passengers and crew were landed in safety. 1 • • • • ' in Hake the greenbacks a legal tender for all does -they coat the people nothing 1 Abolish the National Banks, lor which the people are taxed 127,000,000 a year I Why give the privilege to corporation to get money oni bonds for nothing, ad deny that right to an individual who holds a •ondr This* government has been ran for the •eneflt of the Bhyloeke and Gold Gamblers! The ran It inthe interest ireenback party proposes to * the People and Labor 1 ' THE DOOR COUNTY t N D E P E N D B N T J j R e E N B A C K jCtUB, neets every Monday evening In the lower ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 June 1878

'$tMtffl$(ffi$^ CHICAGO received 5,465, car loads/of grain during Motfday, Tuesday, and Wednesday., the 27th, 28th, and 29th of ALL jwho contemplate' going into bankruptcy, shouUI?dq,it before Sept. 1st, or there will be no chance to make anything out of it. v-.:,--rr——••!. ,'ii f'!'.1 ' .,..'.'.•-/• THE Prohibiiionieta of Pennsylvania met in state convention at Altoona on the 29th of May, aridjidtjiinatedthe fol- lowing stai^ ticket: ^ Governor, F. H. :La ne^.)iell^elv^^e^n^f0^ $b^e•' rose secretary of internal affairs, Calvin Parsons srijpreroejudge, Daniel Agnew. AT the annual meeting of the stock- holders of the Hlinoi8 Central railway held in Chicago, the 29th of May, the directors whose term expires with this month, were i^e}eete* to. serve until May, 188& f'tfffi actV of thef board-oj directors since the last annual meeting were approved. IN the opinion of the twelve men who constituted the jury, Uncle Peter Coop- er did not libel W. P. Groom to the ex- tent of 150,000 no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 June 1878

Washington. THE GREENBACKS. - \\\\foshington advices/ under date of May 30th, state that Secretary Sherman has decided to construelibeially the bill nrobibiting the further contraction of legal tenders. This morning Col. Fort, who is the author of the, bill which passed, telegraphed t3 Treasurer Gilfil- Ian asking how many noteswere ready to be retired .from circulation and de- stroyed under the operation of there- sumption act. The answer was $1,606,- 096. \" Fort?visited the treasury, and Sec- retary Sherman said that,althoue h these notes had been prepared for destruction, and had already been punched, an equal amount of new.notes - will be issued at the same time so that the outstanding circulation will not be decreased. The notes will be cancelled on* Friday.. Had the bill not passed the senate yesterday this $1,606,096 would have been retired from circulation. One day's difference in the passage of the bill has made the difference in the amount of outstanding circulation. :'!•...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 7 June 1878

• • f?.ST5^'p^??£^K^? T=?ajftfl^*^« ^^^(^H^.\\«^y^'^-,f , -.1^jt.V,^.^, r A. SCHUYLER'S C4PITA I STOCK , - These PalnU are miied,Tr*adyf» nse.any' •toads or color, and sold in KIT Quantities Tress on« Qtort to »awi» •'••• ,^Tf?!- Milling ', iSTOlqiC OF GOODS DO YOUR OWH PAINTIKO. These Paints are mads of Pure White Lead, 7t»p and Linseed Oil. hold in solution and ready for use are one third cheaper and wilt last three , time aaloug as Paint mixed in the ordinary way, $25 REWARD! will be paid for every ounce of adulteration found in them. Thousands of houses and some of the finest villas in America are painted with tiiene Paints. Send for Testimonials of same, also for Sample Colors an Price Lists to the GLOB E MIXEDd PAINT,CO., OFFICE ' * - • * 103 Chambers St.,I New York. W O R K § t Cor.MORGAN&WASHW6TONSTS.,JERSEYCtTY Ladles' and Children*' r«tt«rn :•. FOR $MBR6!Dtem$ M& \\ BRAlDINC K°l :*}\\ kinds •of Fancy Work (forte to order! W**. AH the , latest stylee of ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 June 1878

WtCttSa pt^^iwafcfJlMJyt i-?-- .iiRAKA'(iafi^**N '**rsntOTss*.yj:'5ri i Immediately succeeding the wonderful inreutionot Mr. Edison, we had the an- nouncement that Prof ^ ^ discovery fully as wonderful. M^ Edisori havingremarb^thatthe microphone the name given by Professor Hughes to his in- veatibn, iau'^teal'V from the telephone, the New York World proceeds to discuss the possibilities of the new. invention, showing Tthat it far surpasses the tele- phone in its wonderful powers. The WV/rf says tbe telephone \"is but a trans- mitter of sound—while tiie microphone has rendered it possible to hear the foot- steps of a fly, and will yet enable us to hear the grass grow. Professor Hughes has discovered that certain bodies are sen- sitive to sound in the same way that selen- ium is sensitive to light. Sir William Thomas has shown that the resistance of- fered by wires to electric currentsis affect- ed by strains The conveyance of sound vibration induces variation in strain, and . therefo...

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 — 14 June 1878

THEEXPtiSITOR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, OBHHBAI. POB3ION KOTB8. DKBBTE J»AT (the 5th irist opened dull, cold an4 showery. NotwithBtanding this, all the /adjuncts and incidento England's l1 'y «f the i racing Bea»on were witnessed M^ in former .,yeaira. on^'th.e:.E^n|''.0()iirBe.' , The Deri stakes was won by^ Genf Peel's colt Sefton Count Lagrange's Insulaire, second Lord Falmouth's Chilperik, third. Sefton wu-ridden by- Constable. K Twen'ty- twoihbrteestarted, 'i '. -.... -)- A DBCBKB has been issued proclaiming a jregeney and nominating: Crown Prince Frederick William as regent. The decree is signed By Emperor William and counter- signed byPnnceBispiarck. .\"':\"~-\"'\"'\" \" :*T? /IM&lMT&tirtiMQo stai^that: W tfa'riy of fortyiMexi^ah and''Kickflpoo-1 Indians at- taijked i marauding band of Lipani*encamp- ed hear Santa Resa, dn the 2d inst, killing six and capturing five, with thirteen women and children. The prisoners are now. in jailatSantaRosa..... ....'.',.. ..„,.,:....

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 — 14 June 1878

THE NATIONALS MOVING. Address c f the IllinoisState Executive . - Committee. To the National Greenback and Labor Party of lUinoU: :s.: The executive jcomini^tee of the Na tional greenback and labor party of Illi- nois, to whom has been committed the conduct of the campaign, deem it proper, to submit to you a brief statement of the present condition and prospects of the party in the state and nation, together with some suggestionsfor the future con- ducting of the campaign in this state. It is natural, if not inevitable, in the formation and growth of anew party gathering its converts and recruits from all existing parties, that differences of opinion should exist, and that it should take time to become acquainted with each,other, to harmonize and consolidate, and be able to work under the new ban- ner and the new leadership. That, as is the case with an unorganized army of citizen volunteers, a few campaigns must be lost before we are able to utilize our full strengb, is inevitable....

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 — 14 June 1878

^::%'mm:m^:w- *^^??!?*!^'^^^«**--'-s{t ^i&^^.^i.^.^j ::?mn -*^?W*«k*'» i^i^U i) :^^'fc.*tet?«**« ^ . ' ^ ^Vfv ^ ^ ^ ^ - r # ^ ^ «~- rv-. i* i - ^ a :PH$: :lOT0&roR Ooe Year (la rtniw^Vi^Si^.^^^.i !! ' 8IJC months\" ^ttWP'n^^ii--i.^ v^.iivi^.'i' -75: Three,\" « ^,^ : ! J j^-....„.^„ r ,.. r V . . f j 4 p NOT PAID UffTli. 3 MONTHS APTE* 5UBSC*rBJf|IG One y^r.....-..i'^.J'.JJllVJllili.-^-^.'i^i»'pp Sii'-mohtKs\"*.^:':!-:•':•'••:'.•'' ^'•'A'•./:' . .w «* ^*^v'^*^'**^'fl?'\"^^^ri^w^^^is^?*fi * I^PbotographevFrarik Wilcox, pear 1 v, AJte Fileiv/dXj^ini^ §M/^ /t6w'h STURGEON/B&£ ^,y|UNE 14, iW8i FLOATING SPRING BUBBLES ' •. The GraAaty$wfr}%}n POr^^/V\"//// \"?• Mrs. N. Washburn it visiting relatives • . at Ft. HowairaV ' .- ...•• Vj^v^i?- -fi TheCedar^f^HouwbaB a-oe^TSon.18 .net-re-flhlnglc^ ^,,'v.,.' 1^':^,!'. ''.'':'[ ^*': J. H. McMullen, a prominent Milwaukee attorney at la^i/is in the tillage: .}?£& Mrs. E. 0. Thomas is visiting 'be,!'ir$*y tires and friend...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 June 1878

f^^W/^K^MitfKS ^ THE EXPOSITOR. • • P U B U 8 H E D EVERY JFRlDAT C Z. 1UETIK, EDITOS AHD PSOP'S. 'JUSTICE.' i ers left Jn the 6elds were so injuried that ex- I tensive repairs had to bemade. Many farmers are compelled to take their reapers to the bams, and guard them over: night. The an- noyance caused by the tramps is severely fejt, and th^re is talk among the IUinoisans of forming a Vigilance : pamAMttee and ridding the country, of a few of the pests, as an exam- ple for the rest. ,', ,/r \" Make the greenbacks a legal tender'tor all dues —he cost the people nothing!' Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed 1137,000.000 a yearl Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing, «n deny that right to an individual wha holds a -t Ibondt 'Tola Benefit of the Oreenback party proposes to run it inthe interest af the People andXabor I overnment has been run for thesame ylocks and Gold Gamblers 1 The THE DOOR COUNTY ]H DEPENDENT, 0RXBNBACS fil...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 June 1878

*Mfc -'.W-'i JOK BROWN A N D T H E M I N C E FIB. At midnight on the cupboard shelf, . The told minoejrteh»gimed the hour, In whispering softlytSttself? - r And chuckling o'er iU conscious power, ' \"0 Joseph Brown pall down your .vest, Foryou will long to take a rest, When I your dreamingfancies wake, And yon and I, a jolly pair, Bidedouble on the wild nightmare, , Or take a walk to regions where , They grow the stomach ache.'' At midnight stealing through the shade, GameJoseph Brown on footstep Jig With eager.hand he drew his wi Alas! Tjnluiky wight! v •'...' Where was the guardian sprite that stands To stay the stroke of reckless hands, And bid them stay the blowf ~ That Wade descending through the air, Hung buta littleInstantthere,*,. ,.. Then with one mighty rip and tear, It cleared the pie below. .|v. An hour passed on—poor Joe awoke From dreams of crushing wheels He wi»ketobeat his breast and cry: \"08,j&e hW4bW The ptel tte'pfa!'* He woke to feefthat demon poke\"• -• -...

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 — 14 June 1878

STATE NEWS. T H E state prison has 849 inmates. . J A N B B V I L LE proposes to have water- works. - •- ':••- /••-••'•• J U N E A U ' S new court boose is progress- ing finely.^ A T Weutfield cows are regularly killed by the ears. \" O F the twenty prisoners in the Bran- don jail thirteen are insane. T H E state band convention will be held at La Crosse, June 26th—27th. A N E E H A H woman has eight fingers on one hand. • T W E L V E sheep i n Lafayette, Monroe county, yielded 180 pounds of wool. D U R I N G the tornado articles were car- ried through the air for twenty niiles. EGGS 9 X 7 inches are getting so com- mon* now as t o hardly cause mention. 0 . A B R O W N , of Marinette, was thrown from hi s buggy and broke his leg just above the ankle. . T H E\" Northern Wisconsin Spiritual conference will be held i n Omro on the I4th-16tb of June. T H E S E is a law compelling town su- pervisors to erect guide boards at-the intersection of roads. A N engineer named Wichfield, of She-...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 June 1878

naito»^jj^ ahideor oolor, sod sold in anyquantities ftta 00 YODB OWM PAUmMfl. Tnes*#alrjtaar*rnadeof P u » White Lead, 7ino and Unseed OIL beUNfi solution and ready for use are one third cheaper and wilt lest three time as long u Faint mixed bribe ordinary wajr. S2paid 5 ri be for every ounce :of adulteration found in them. Thonaanda of honaea and some of the flneat villas in America are painted with - these Paint*. Send for Testimonials of eame, also for Sample Colon and Price Lists, to the x GLOBE MIXED PAINT CO., OFFICE i C*.«0R6AN4WA8HiNGT0N8T8.,J£fi8EYCtTY \\V DOMESTIC TA The Lightest Running/ The Simplest, The Host Datable, SEWING MACHINES. . JT* 4a e a s i l y u n d e r s t o o d , n a b i the 4 o a b l r t b r « a d l q c k - a t l t c h , * « • seli • T o c a l a t i n l r ' « « • • • » • *»»* t a k e - u p , and w i l l do tho w h o l e range of family u«rJewlthon t cltsus** . The •Â» D o n n U e »» 4c wsaeto 4M the moat ^urabU mmnnr, with eowieal steel «*ar...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 June 1878

'•i£^$K Minates of a Special Meeting of The- BoMdofTraiUMtfWTIUacecfgtaremB Bay, heM racraut to !fotl«e daljr fives, J»x Htfc, 1878. Meeting called to order by C. A Masse President, at 8:15 o'clock T A L - ThogiH. Smith, John Masse, A. W. Lawrence, Jacob Noll, A.Wegener, A.M. Spear,\" Trustees present. Reading of the minutes of the previous meeting was, on motion, dispensed with. Official Bond of Sept. Stephenson vil- lage marshal, presented, read, and on mo- tion, accepted and approved. The following named bill read, and on motion, allowed in full, to-wit: Sept Stephenson, for 2 days services as Special Village Marshall $4 00 Petition of H. T. Scudder, to have' a portion of Water Street vacated, read, and, on motion, laid over until the next meeting of the Board The Police Justice was, on motion, ' authorized to purchase a Docket for his office, and directed to bring in his bill therefor. The following resolution offered: Resolved, that, whereas, it is the opinion of this Board,...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 June 1878

THEEXPOSITOE STURGEON BAY, TVTSCOXSIN. NEWS Ef BKIEJY QENEBAL FOEEION NOTES. ^'•''. 5:''Wi\"pe^«e:icbnjtre*i' cbhvened at Berlin •ll tte 13th ii»Bt. Prince Bismarck was se- lected u chairman. A banquet was given in honor of the plenipotentiaries a t the palace In the evening. T HB international copyright congress opened its session at Paris on the 12th inst. M.About presided, instead of Victor Hugo, who will speak at the close of the session. A MEETING of overlookers, representing every mill except one at Accrington, Eng- land, on the 12th, unanimously favored sub- mission to the masters' terms, and decided to make every effort to terminate the strike. T HE French senate and chamber of depu- ties has adjourned until October 28th. JlcGOHAN, special correspondent of the London News, died at Constantinople on the 9th inst, of fever. A BERLIN correspondent says the Grand Duke. Nicholas is disgusted with the pacific tarn of affairs, and intends to retire .to his estates. A ROME dispatc...

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