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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 5 July 1878

r~~73TIFORMSHRINKAGE. oe Qoin Standard Denounced as a Crupl Stupidity* •-.* •Â§|' The following carefully prepared atti- |$cb-from the pen of the Rev Thomas |j|l. Beecher' will well repay careful pe- lf usal and reflection. It clearly exposes .^the coin standard fallacy aha swindle, J/jand the figures given, ahcl the arguments |inade, are such as the hard-pan advocates. Ilbanhotrefute *''•\"- \":!:^ | When logs or heayy bridge timbers lie an the Wind and-sunshine ' they soon I' check \"—cractopen^ - The log if sawed §up then will make \" shaky \" bqards and, |f the bridge timbers lose strength and iMurability^ •\" \" ••'\"''\"}'... ' .\\i :.:\"..•. (M The inakere of heavy cast-iron guns—•! g§\" Columbjatbj \"-rate mindful of the same Jj|hece88it7i VA stream of Water must imss ^hrbugVthe centre of the mould else \" ithe eool metal on, the outside, shrinking round the hot core, will be strlined and lose its strength. Let the whole mass cool uniformly, asnearly as may be, and the art...

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 — 5 July 1878

GLOBE CAPITAL STOCK,$1WI,0W. These T*mw are nUied, ready tor as*, any shade or color, sod sold in any qaaaUtlM from Ons Quart to • BltNL DO watrtwwumw. Thsae Patau are made of Purs Whit* Lead, Zinc anil Unseed OH. held in solution and ready • i orwse are one third cheaper and will bat tares timaaa long aa Pain* mUed in the ordinary way, S2SREWABB! win be paid tor ereijr ottaoe of adolUraUoa foundin then. Thousands of JwasessMwma *r tha flnaat-riltaa in America a n paiatfd «tth thaaa fahrtf*, 8«od ffov^aUnoBUaor iMac, ate* f e c f l a i ^ Colors and Prfoi lists, to'ttt •UWE MIXE D PAIN T CO., IOS blUmlSlWS.'Nw York, •^w^ iun \"oo tniVJt Sn^s •fi«ti»4i*i«iiffM»ajao|}sMipitiv •Â»oo Aura 4 9 foof»4»p«f 9t uv» putt '»*n « t WM» « j o p w d l M njK»Mla • uo $no M M '••M P »,WMJ»frV V*» ''«»•Â»••Â«• *«»»fp«»» • \" / t S M t t t & X t i l T V s X rf»t»Mtodr M » % £ SMOIHSH H3dSd fit •)ftO»//0lt04«/l f Itffljnof JtatlttSMMftMe? |N S0MJ.SOOO, l**j» |»ofMo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 July 1878

RUSSIA AHEAD. Tbo Cza* Promises t» Make Batoum a Free Port, ' . ' bat Eagland la Iaellaeato doiibt Hit Sincerity. | All Indications Point to a Substantial aUuiaa Victory In the Congwas. i Tarkey Henceforth will be Bnrala'a Ally or Vag. aal,and Sot England's. BEKUN, July 6.—The fourteenth sitting of the cojogresswas postponed till. 5:30* The Batoum question, which had been previously discussed by the commission over which Prince Hohenlohe presides, was the subject of deliberation, but no conclusion was reached. The congress has agreed in principle to three points, namely: To maintain the Dardanelles dosed, at the present, to ships of war to cede Batoum to Russia, and make it a free port. There remains the qestion of dismantling the fortifications and forbid- ding the Russians.to fortify t.ie coast. The anxiety to finish, and the desire to main- tain the present agreement, however, is so strong that no doubt is felt that some com- promise will be found by Prince Hohen- lohe's commiss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 July 1878

IPHIE^PUSITOR 8 T U B G E O X B ! A ^ WISCONSIN. : l E i S Kf BRIEF. G E N E R A L FOREIG N NOTES. T H R Spanish ^govenimentba8 signed a contract -with a group of Paris financiers for an advance of twenty million francs for six months, without the option of renewal. Payment j£ guaranteed 07 a portion of Cuban custom receipts. A B E R L IN telegram calls attention to the endless prosecutions for treasonable utter- ances and seditious crimes. Though hun- dreds have been punished for publicly regretting the failure of the attempt againBt the Emperor's life, there is still no cessation of similar offenses. The JBecord publishes a letter dated Maga- dore, Morocco, June 23d, which denies the report, of the death of the emperor of Morocco, and declares that he is in good health. T H E Greek ministry has resigned in con- sequence of objection by the premier to sgme promotions made by the min ister of war. The king has refused to accept the resignations. S L I G HT rioting has been going on...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 July 1878

wr- STJN-BON- ' BY E. B. BOBIKSOS. . , What makes the birds s« merry? What makes so ripe the cherry ? It is the sun that comes along To mellow fruit and mellow song This makes the birds so merry, This makes so ripe the cherry. What warms the blood that rushes To bring the tint that blushes? It ii the son imparting heat To rosy lipstomake them sweet. Th?s warms the blood and rushes To bring the tint thatblushes. Why are theflowersgrowing,' ' With odors overflowing? Because the sun each blossomloves More than the honey-bee that roves. For this theflowersaregrowing, „ With odors overflowing. —Scribner's Monthly. BUBAL ECONOMY. Practical Bints. ACCORDING to Liebig there ought to be 14.0, and to Reichardt 13.7 per cent. of solid in good' milk. LIGHTNING-RODS are a perfect protec- tion to. buildings when properly con- structed and carefully erected. A CONTRIBUTOR to VkVs Floral Maga- zine has a theory that last year his pota- toes were not touched by \"the bugs be- cause wild petunias gr...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 July 1878

ii^m. ITOR. - - . - , . . - | i 50 - - - — — — - • 75 ,._.... . , - . , . . . . * „ . . . . .40 NOTPAtp UKTll. 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING! Si* monthsi.^...- ... -•„...,... \" / j \" ' ^ J **, £» One Year (1» advance)...* Sixmonths,\" Three ,«v :• • ^ g p O N B A Y , WIS, JULY 12,1878. FLOATING SPUING BUBBLES. %owing weather. Cool and refreshing evenings. . Hay-making has been the order of the day during the past week. The^'mumps\" are scouring about in these parts just at present. , Straw hats should be worn by the hot headed people of these days. , t&T' Good\" second-hand sewing machine for saie Or trade, at this office. Mr. Griffin, of the firm of Grifflu & Con- nely, ice dealers, is in the village. Mis* Alice Reed, of Oshkoah. is visiting relatives and friends in these parts. Mr. Parker, of Ahnapee, was in town yesterday We are in receipt of a call. Udriey Wolcott has been confined to the house for the last ten days, with sickness. A welcome rain that of last Tuesday....

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 July 1878

HE EXPOSITOR, V PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY c. L xAtraJBBITOS AHI) nora. Make the greenbacks a legal tender far all duea |-they cost the people nothing 1 Abolish the I National Banks, lor which the people are taxed |$U27,O0O,O0O a year I Why give the privilege to i corporation to get money on bonds /or nothing, md.deny that right to an individual who holds h | bondf This government has been ran for the [benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The [Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest E «f the People and Labor I THE DOOR COUNTY INDEPENDENT PREBNBACK puuB, meets every Monday evening in the lower part of tie Town Hall, in this village. All persons in- terested in the Greenback movement, are respect- 'Uy invited to attend the clnb, whether residents non residents of this county. OFFICERS. . R. M. WEIGHT „ President I THOS. H . SMITH , Vice Preeident F . J . H A M I L T O N :... . Secretary CHRIS LEONHARDT.— Treasurer T h e National Gazette says it has been in- formed that th...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 July 1878

, {The MloxHng cxqutote^wit. one of the TOosi nMutlful of the* msny'iWitten byMr. Bryant. i» not contained ia any editionof his published works -Ep.J 'Twas evening, hnd before iny eyea TO There lay alandscape gray and dim Fields fatnttyseenV and twfthjht skies And clouds that hid the horizon's brim..'. I saw^Vwaeitthat't dreamed?— V A making dreamt—I cannot say , , For every Bhape as real seemed As those that meet my eye to-day. Through leafless shrubs the cord-wind hissed The air was thick with falling snow • And onward through the frozen mist,** I saw a weary traveler go. Driveno'er that landscape bare and bleak, ^Before the whirling gusts of air,\" The snow-flakes smote his withered cheek. And gathered on his silver hair. Yet on he fared through blinding snows, And murmuring to himself he said: \"The night is near, the darkness grows, And higher rise the drifts I tread. • \" Deep, deep each autumn flower they hide Each tuft of green they whelm from sightJ And they who journeyed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 July 1878

, THE TRAMP'S HINT. ••••-• H&shuffled ia uadtookachalif-... i.....„ „».,, . Then fixed on u» a stonJ stare— * i-\"i W«iwrote away..unljeading. . „ „ Untll.the clock steiujk twelve, And,then Weasked him, a3Ve dropped our pen, \"Well, sir, what areyoti heeding? \" \"Oh, nothin' touch—I thought I'd call— I see you kindly mention all ' The folks your village visit -And I thought 'twould help fill up il you Should give me j list a line or t wo— 'Tain't$too much trouble, is it? .'. \" Just say, • We're gratified to state ' Thatour 4 friend and college mate, J. Ebentzer Skinner Called at our office* t'other day, Conversed awhile, and, by the way, Went home with us to dinner! \"• —Franilin (A'v.) Patriot. TH E \"BATXAS,\" Or Low-land Cattle Range on the Isl- and of BEarajo, Braeil—A Sea for One Half of the Tear and for, the Other Haifa Luxuriant Meadow.. . Cor. N. Y. World. , The island of Marajo is the largest on the eastern coast of Brazil, aye, in South America. It is situated at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 12 July 1878

^a^iS^frs^vi^^^iwa^j^:1*!: -'fcjP: GLOBE IiflMt|iie|Pa CAPITAL STOCK, $100,009. • Thesa Paints ar«mixad,ready for nw,uy shads or color, sod sold in any quantities iron Oiio Quart to •BtrnL 00 YflUB OWN PAINTIN8. These Paints are made of Pure Whit* Lead, Zinc and Unused OIL held In solution and ready lor use are one third cheaperand will .last three time aa long aa Paint mixed in the ordinary way. S25 REWARD! will be paid for every ounce of adulteration found la them. Thousands of houses and eome of theflneatrWaa in America are painted with theaeiPainta. Send for Testimonial* of same. ateo for Sample Colors and Price Lists, to th UOIE MIXED PAINT CO.e, OFFICE s 103 Chambers St., Now York, Cw.«MI^4WASHWGf0N8Tt1J£R3EYCfTy DOMESTIC The Lightest Bunning, The Simplest, The MoBt Durable, The Most Popular SEWING MACHINES.- It i* easily understood, makr* the doable-thread lock««tltch, h»» eelr* regulating tension* and take-up , and will eto the w h o l e range of family vorfewlfhont c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 July 1878

^P^S^^^l^^^^^^^^^'^^SS^I^^^^^ NEARLY OTER. Friendly Interviews between BeacoasfleH and Gortsehakoff In Retard to the Anglo- • , TnfkUh Treaty. The Diplomat! at Berlin Hate Finished Their Work, and the Treaty la Beady for I sigflag. Coatiaaed Alarm la Italy and France la Regard to England's Sew Acquisition. • . 4. BERLIN, July 9.—In an interview to-day between Lord Beaconsfield and Prince Gortschakoff, Lord Beaconsfield fully and frankly defended the Anglo-Turkish eon- vention. Prince Gortschakoff replied that Rnssia saw nothing objectionable in the convention, as she entertained no projects for aggrandizement on the^oast of Asiatic Turkey. He preceived no difference be- tween England's occupation of Cyprus and her occupation of Malta. He would al- ways be pleased with everything tending' to strengthen England's road to India, be- cause calculated to promote the prosperity of the whole world. Gortschakoff and Beaconsfield then shook hands as a pledge of\\the new relations between the...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 July 1878

' '• With resy cbfelts,and golden luUr, And joyous smile, lust turn'd of three, He ctme and Raid that he must tell \" Went out to seeYftir God above,' \" y,- And two«f them wera Faith and Hope • ••: They wjq&der'd[nearAhey^ ^aider^dflaxi!' • •:•:' But never found thrOod they soiMft, i!: ^4 AndKMtband Hopeirere' lo»t ttnA gone ^Alidcametdnlot^^ • • ,•'•'•Â» v.- v. ^Kv^tn ' ••,-**£?•' v--- .:.-'C'^-, • - ' '„\"• , I asked of Love, and where was he. •• \" Oh, mother, he is strong to.bear • , ,fle struggled on to God at last—,,,: • . •'.. He now is there. \".:•'•'\". •••*•. •'•• • '( ': s And I must go, and i must play.'?', •\"*•'• He danced away with laughing eyes, : Blue as the glacier's sapphire depths, ,: \" ,'OrSummer'skiesV • ' • •\"' \"-•'•- '•' ' :• :'JS-f •.''•'•:.'.\"--5^V•••'•'!• ' 'v!'V•• \", !••:\"! . •.'.-..••' But in my brain the baby tale Reiterated o'er and o'eV, • - : • ] As if itwerethe last true word 01 this sad hour., ^r.hope-deferr'dl oh, faltering faith l' ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 July 1878

THE GREAT PERIL! The Monster Monopoly. Centralized turner !B the never-failing enemy of civil liberty. There now exists in the United States an association wider in its scope, stronger in its resources, and more thoroughly hedged in its respectabil- ity than ever before was /Organized in hu- man society. It is known as THE NATIONAL BANK ASSOCIATION. I propose to analyze its power and make known, its purposes. This, one association is composed of two thousand three hundred corporations and more than one thousand private bankers. The corporations have a fixed capital of five hundred millions of dollars, and con- trol a subsidiary fund of one thousand five, hundred millions of money, making, with their deposits and the funds of the private bankers identified with it, a central colossus of moneyed power wielding the influence of TWO THOUSAND MILLIONS OF CONCENTRAT- ED CAPITAL, centralized' under one supreme central head, favoring -the most boundless and uncon- trolled monopoly that' eve...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 July 1878

v/./- iiiI »^SiT^ vEk^^08^i?tfpM One Yew (!• adv»e«)--~-,.—..,..---r^j* S? Hoc months ?'• • • , . , . - - - . .....-- — /5 -Three •• *• , \"\"V. . \"*- — •-••'--r-. v\"^ 4 ° tfOT^Atft UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER tfllSCKrt:MO :, Six m % h s . : . , . t . - v . . - • . • ,-•_•y --.\" ^*_** * * O A T W SPRING fttJfiBLES. Fans in good demand. VTCv*b beautifuV '*gi}o^ingn rains / ::WC!ek.\"':- -,: . .• • :• ••- • TSTe#^pbtafoes ^e#u1 o maketb ..pearance. . •:\"iy-v Harvesting naf Twgiih in aome tue county. - HSnvTvRffldddr, was amony prominent calleR?last Tueada' Dbj^V'-^P'to'V.'puU'-dowp tfieafe'^aT'ei but take it off . \" * \" • ' ' • • 1E!derO:Ar:01«»arrit / t&aay\" jBornlng,aadl IV / call. ' , •••'. . ..' '•'^'y' / ' Thetaln'dt lattVWed ' andnfeWvWaa*yory \" these tfit& .:?.//#•' , The little grove* Sawyet'aBa^ ateri : about hoi*.7 V '•'.. r- ' -County t w a i w •' from a blip toMf ?*\"\" ' laittaeadayv ^ -/ecofleW&dc . ''-/\"\"the eitceBilTe^ Horse Shoo Y Wheat tal -the c...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 July 1878

r* THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EYERY FRIDAY C. X. UAEim, SD1T0S AK© PEOP'E. Make the greenbacks »legal tender tor all due* —they cost the people nothing 1 Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $120,000,000 a year) \"Why give the privilege to a corporation toget money en bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds a bond? This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocke and Gold Gamblers 1 The Greenback party proposes to ran it inthe interest ef the People and jLabori THE DOOR COUNTY JNDEPENIJENT pREBNBAC r J2LUB, meets every Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in this villagti. All persons in- terested in the Greenback movement, are respect- fullyinvited to attend the club, whether residents or son residents of this county. OFFICERS. R. M. WRIGHT President THOS. H. SMITH Vice President F.J.HAMILTON : Secretary CHRIS LEONHARDT Treasurer ROME, June 27,—-The Osseroeator Romano publishes a long and important letter add...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 July 1878

^^mmmmssmm STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. ifl^i IN BRIEF. . -rJCKBiraaLfti. M K B I G N NOTES. .•• ' A TBLEGBAM from Sydney, N. 8. W., dated July 11th, states that two tribes of natives have risen against the government on the island of New Caledonia, and mas* sacred 125 people, Including women and children. They have also captured tw« military stations. CAPTAIN SANDEBS, of the U. S. navy, died suddenly on the 11th inst, while boat- ing on the river Avon, Scotland. Heart disease. THE communist Hoedel was arraigned at Berlin, on tbe 10th inst., and was sentenced to be beheaded. His demeanor was inso- lent and defiant. KING ALFONSO, of Spain, has created Gen. Martinez Capos a Knight of the Golden Fleece, and elevated Gen. Joveltar to the rank of captain-general of the army. One hundred .and'forty-three Cubans, wljio were transported to 8pain during the insurrec- tion, have been liberated. A PABIS dispatch says that Bobert Carter, an American merchantof Rue Auber, whose body was found In th...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 July 1878

: THREE OLD SAWS. If die wnfld seems cold to you, Kindlefiresto warm it! . Let their comfort hide from riew Winters that deform it. Hearts as frozen as your own To thatradiancegather You will soon forget 10 moan, \"Ah! the cheerless weather!\" If the world's a wilderness, - Go buiid houses in it! Will it help ybur loneliness p . On the winds to din tt? Raise a hut, However slight:: , Weeds and brambles smother And to roof and^meal invite Some forlorner brother. If the world's a vale of tears, Smile, till rainbows span it! Breathe the love that life endears,- Clear of clouds to fan it, Of your goodness lend a gleam Unto souls that shiver ! Show them\"how dark sorrow's stream Blends with hope's bright river. BUBAL ECONOMY. Practical Notes. BRAHMAS are said to eat more potato beetles than any other breed of fowls.. MANURING corn in the hill has the effect on poor soil of pushing the crop forward in the start. FOWLS liks newly cut grass give them all they want of it. The clippings from ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 19 July 1878

GLOBE Leadana^MiiedPa CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. Th*s Paints are mitsd, ready for o n , any aliadu or color, and sold in any quantities from OHO Quart to a Barrel. \\C •s. DO YOUR OWN PAINTING. 'l'b°*t- paint* «m Trittdc of I»tir. WUitft Lead, Zi»Mj.au r.m^.'il ail, hold in jiolm.inn and rt»l ):«r un.'rare (/in-tliirtlchiiapiiruiid will iaatthros iKii-j uf long an l'aJutmixiMl in the ordinary way. $25 REWARD! will V [mid for ryory oiihco of adulteration 1 i«i in ilium. Tuutisahda of hluuft* and some i tU* tini'Ht villa,* in Vrnwrici ar«.-painted with t •!»*..• Paint*, Sond for Testimonials of same, »UM for Sample Colors ami Price Wats, to the GLOB E MIXED PAINT CO., 103 Chambers St., New York, W O R K * : CK.M0«GAN*W^HlNGT0HSTS.,]E33tVCITY DOMESTI C ,b«» p»rtHi»ff«. , • Mtcm J. Brown Fevn shot n ridver -wit h Brow n A Son. 18S 4 DOMESTIC rSawi&s ICaohi&a Co,, New York. IS* Woodftt.,Pittatwrg T». 1 Thrt only tme Jama Q ) n f / M t V Thr t onl y f foe daiUOrU/.1...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 July 1878

ILO W ITLaOKS, Austrian Oeeapatioft of Boania-Julj 98 Fixed u the Date for tke Entraaee of the Am* i.rlaa Troops, Wkether Turkey ob- ' A- - -•• Jeeta orSot. U n i t to the English Mac hy the B U M I I M- Ete., Etc,' . LOKDON, Julf 18.—The Times? Constan- tinople dispatch gives the following ac- count of the firing upon an unarmed boat from a British man-of-war by the Russians \"^near the Golf of Saros: The Capt. of the English steamer reports that he was stop- ped off GaUipoli by a signal from the English fleet, directing him to take on board Lieutenant Hughes, sent by Admi- ral Commarel to report the following inci- dent: * Two days ago a man-of-war boat was cruising off the JRussian lines, and, coming on the landing, were immediately made prisoners. A lieutenant, midship- man, and ten men, who were in the boat, not returning to the English fleet, another boat was sent to look for them, but, upon approaching the place, this boat was fired upon, two bullets passing through the rides...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 July 1878

iSllsMM !i .Viȣ:?^!!^fe* Sc flMX^OSlTOR \" ^OWnafe^XBATi WISCONSIN., •'•Â¥?.'. -*'!Vj!'-'^55-iiri:t -'.'-v\"AlvfM \\T-i .li ''Vr.i, K:'-\"•••'•••'.' FOBJBIGN NOTES. \" T H E occupation of Bosnia by Austria will begin • about the first' of August.. General HdllippoTiclx will proceed to Eszek, whence movements of the army are to he directed. He will go thence to Serageva, Bosnia, which place he expects to reach by flie 18th of August, the Emperor Francis Joseph's birthday. V. • '.' • : THE strike at AuBein is one of the most •extensive ever known in France. Five thousand colliers are out, demanding higher Wages and eight hoars as a day's work. .Troops are protecting the pits. AN agricultural laborer named Watkins, his Wife and three children, have been mur- dered with revolting accessories at Slaugib- by, near Newport, Wales. A Spanish sailor on a tramp, was arrested at Newport, and is believed to be the murderer. The murder was committed for plunder. ON the 17th inst. the Bussians...

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