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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 July 1878

/ ^y ',_-8WW1K©. • A wonderful thing is seed— The one thing deathless forever! The one thing changeless—utterly— Foreverold Rnd.foreTer new, And fickle and faithless never true. ' Plant blessings, and blessings will blsom ' Plant hate, and hate will grow You can sow to-day—to-morrow will bring ^ The blossom will prove what sort of thing Is the seed—theseed you sow. RURAL ECONOMY. Practical Notes. A N old cow for milk, a young hen for. eggs. PABSNIPS contain twice as much real food as turnips. T H E tassel of corn is the male flower, the silk the female. A CUBIC foot of manure weighs from : fifty to sixty pounds. PLANT-FOOD for a paying crop must be already in the superficial soil culti- vated, or else it. must be furnished to the soil directly, or a good crop cannot be harvested. No animals, unless well fed aff all times, can give a constant return for the food consumed, and no pasture is safe from . injury by over-feeding if overrun in dry weather by a herd of poor, hungry ani- ma...

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 — 26 July 1878

Teg^sWst/BSjCR/PTION: V l \" ^ * * ' f t w l T i i M ..—...•.•-... ....:. $i co -0-.ThreeV^..»«•, -,• .«•. ij.-I*\"\"\"\"\"\" \"^* ?' •, ^ * ?AID: r/NTit 3 MONTHS ATTER SUBSCRIBING:morning. v s « months........„.^.... ™^ \"\"\" : ^ £ FLOATING SPBIG BUBBLES. Jayiigli begins to shorten J Good reports of the corn crop. Village populatloh still Increasing. Blackberries will be the berry crop this • ••• season. Visitors to the shores of this bay, are numerous. O. F. Trudeil, of Oconto, was one of our callers Wednesday. Mrs. John Masse has gone to GreenBay for medical treatment. No games of base ball disturb the peace and serenity of Sturgeon Bay. -'•• Kotlce the village ordinance published iu another column of this Issue. Mrs. S. Campbell, of Clay Banks, hon- ored us with a brief call, Wednesday. Camping out is getting to be popular. A great many of our people are popular. The Tempest cleared Tuesday for Chica- go, with a load of lumber for G. 0 Spear. The Soda Fountain at the Dru...

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 — 26 July 1878

*--f-'^.\\^Vwfc THE EXPOSITOR. TOBU8HED KYERY FRIDAY o. i. luam, SDITOB AND PBOP'E. VIH&.I0!?. *£? .P^P1,?.cnothinPe°Ple g J Abolish the * w mn'nfS*?10' fof ^L h 5 e •Â» taxed f^SSSfSL*.3^' ^ *»\" the Privilege to ^Tlf^?11.*ri0«ht .^*tomoney 0 n °°nd8 »r nothing, SSt^Vlff* an Individual who holds * J«2ffl*«fth«aylockBaiid Gold Gamblerel The S r t h e % r e d f f i 8 r f t 0 n i n * • * * • * * « THE DOOR COUNTY J N D E P E N D E N T P R E E N B A C K JDLUB, JWTWT?? Monday erening in the lower part of l^lESS1? Ii£UV.in *hls lrf,1ag«. All persons in- f^vSi6*.?!1!6 Greenback movement, arerespect- {^\"ZJ&H **£\"?.**• «-ub, whether residents •r nonresidenta of this county. ^ j 0 S B f M 8 ^ ^ : ^SHg cHHis ijEONHARDT....:. T^Snrer STURGBO NBAT, WIS., JUkY 26, 1878. Farmers, merchants, manufacturers, me chanics of Wisconsin! Very many of you have left your old parties, and formed a party of your own. You call your party the National Greenback Party. And now the press...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 July 1878

Â¥ffiS?K*iite3j^' T O j ^ o i i D ^ Thegoldol Jringcia»(riuiuphlDg, , JUi . K \" « /KheT)lue*f wOM-MUs wUfl: s r ' ilut wintCT-ttonglitB'thy:spirit All,J • • -• ••' And thou art wandering from us still, i Too youngto-toeour child. Yet have thyfleetingBnilles confessed, Thou dear and much desired guest, That home ia near at last Long lost in high myBtjerious lands, ' Close hy our door thy spirit stands, Its journey well aigh passed. Oh sweet bewildered soul, I watch The fountains of thine eyes, to catch New fancies bubbling there, To feel our common light, and lose ' The flush of strange etherial hues Too dim for us to share! • • Fade, cold, immortal lights, and make This,creature human for my sake, Since I am naught but clay An angel is too fine a thing To ait beside my chair and sing, And cheer my passing day. ••••'. '^f-:'.-- •- •. .-:.:. • • - i. I smile, who could not smile unless , The air of rapt unconsciousness . Passed, with the fading hours Iloy in every childish sign Tha...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 July 1878

PETER COOPER'S PETITION. An Address to the 'President and' Oon- tnsfess—An Issue of $1,500,000,00 0 Greenbacks Wanted- A Sure Way to Set to Work Al l the Idle Labor of the Coun.tr*-Oyer 975,000,00 0 Interest on ^onds Saved. The representatives of the national party who have assembled in Washing- ton, in response to a call issued by Peter Cooper, present the following memorial, prepared by the venerable head of the party: --—- To the President of die United States, the Sen- ate ahd the House of Representatives, now in session. The urgent request made of me from all quarters of our country to address Borne words of counsel and appeal, com- ing from one who has now no other object in life than the good of his coun- try, must be my apology for making this address to your honorable body. The country has become alarmed at the resolution of congress proposing to adjourn on the 17th inst. without giving the people some relief from the present state of the currency. - Your honorable body mus...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 26 July 1878

CAPITA L STOCK , $100,000. These PstoU sro miied, resdy for tue.sny shad* or color, sad sold in any quantities from One Quarttoa Barrel. DO YOUR OWN PAINTING. These Paints are made of Pure White Lead, Zinc and Linseed OIL bold in solution and ready for use are one third cheaper and will last three time as longas Paint mixed In the ordinaryway. S25 REWARD! wot be paid for erery ounce of adulteration found in them. Thousands of houses and some of the finest villas in America are painted with these Paints. Send for Testimonials of same, also for Sample Colors and Prioe Lists to the fiLOBE MIXED PAIN,T CO., OFFICBs 103 Chambers St., New York, *.WR6mWAKT0Nb?*,JERS£YCIT DOMESTIC The Lightest Running, The Simplest. The Most Durable, The Host Popular SEWING MACHINES. It i s MMllf nndaratood, mmkem the 4oB%ltj-tliread loek-*)Hten, hnm sjelfw rc«admUiMC tension * und take-up , •Ml «*ill &• (As w h o l e range of family «vor*w t t n o n t efestne*. \\ The •* D o m e s t i c \" 4* mad* ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 August 1878

. .«••• AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. Tke Autriu flnuumt b i m • Freiutatlei To the BfltBlMs-Tarttr ud Greek . }*wtloa A. EzflalMtiMi ef that \"Is-ralt U the Brltlik ' FUs^kjtkeBuilun. HerrlUe Outrages perpetntoi hy UeTkrkt Up. •• Bataralac Belkgeee. LONDON, July 22.—The Queen bus con- ferred the Order of the Grart*r on Lord Beaconsfield. The. investiture took place at Osborne this morning. LOTOON, July 22.—Mr. Layard, the Brit- ish Ambassador at Constantinople, has re- ceived information that when the Russian Oircawians fired upon the English man-of war boat near the gulf of Savas, on ftie 17th inst., there was no officer near them, and also that the English sailors who had been arrested were released as soon as they were brought before an officer. LONDON, July 25.—^. correspondent at Berlin telegraphs that Russia desires to withdraw her troops in the neighborhood of Constantinople by sea, and demands the previous Withdrawal of the British fleet. VIENNA, July 25.—Arrangements for the march o...

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

V ^ J W M * naturefaso glad? Hot huf can utterance all her joy unfold, ' : Though »he runs o'ei1 and o'er .N.^^: 47%e.'n^n tiled Iohg'before,'' '•••::?'.?i o^-^ot,i6r oui')^e«',!^y«ia,v' -''-'••• • • -»-'• • Thoughweyrouldfaln pemiade . Ourioollih hearts that she, In servant guise, Spreads all her varied show ' ^•^-vlfcfore us as we go, . - . . Tb^ln approving glances from our cyee. ' VVCAh, no I Though In broad glee She laughs wBerfr all can see, is leagues of dandelions all dewy wet, ,- V AD to herself she smiles In'far-off, ocean isles, , 4 ,.. ,-.-•' .&> ^B^^n.dI|4'iiopkB in shjrljlde violet. And thi ugh she dances still - s Along the sheer hrown hill . In scarlet glow of swinging columbine, \" In gentian sho smiles slow, AsTiappy maid might go, -. •,..., Who sings, V.I love him, and his heart is mine!\" She wants no added bliss, No praise for this, or this Simply she is so glad she cannot rest, : , .'.:.\" But still must evermore , 'In every way outpour bli*s •' ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 August 1878

SOUND DOCTRINE. Platform Adopted by the Greenback Convention at Syracuse. SYRACUSE, July 24.—The platform prieparel by the. committee on resold tions of the Greenbactere arid adopted\"by the convention, is aa''follows: WHEREAS, The so-called Democratic and Republican parties have legislated in the interest of the money power of this country and Europe, and which are the source's of all wealth, therefore we assert our complete in- dependence of said parties, and de- clare oui* entire confidence in and adhesion to the National (Greenback Labor Party which name is hereby adopted by us and that the following are the principles enunciated to guide us in the government of state and nation should Providence per- mit us to attain to the same: First—-The greenback dollar-must be full legal tender for the payment of all debts public and private, and by government is- sued, protected and received as absolute money. Sesond—We declare, that all the acts of congress changing the original bond con...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 August 1878

|i§|||! Wu& EXPOSITOR- 6aeYe*r (i««4T«»ee).............„.....i.$t $ : Threes/:,= ' . ,» . . . . ^ . . „ . . . . . . . . . . , . • . . . - 4! f fMOT FAIO 0KT1I. 3 MONTHS ArTBR SlTESCRIitKC Sixaibiiths:.......^..^.-.,. '....,. ... . i.-os STTOBOEONBAY. WIS, AUG.2,1878. SUMMER SPARKS AND FLASHES. \" t o The true pic nic days have come. ' * ^ Harvesting is the order ot the day Flies mutt receive attention just now. Hired servant girls are in good demand just now. Did you go to Green Bay and nee\" the elephant? Mr. Machen has moved into his new res- idence, in the northern part of the village. The three weeks circuit courting will probably finish the honey moon this week. Mr. Joseph Marden, Jr., of Sevastopol, called on us Tuesday.\" C. R. Thayer, of ClayBanks,' made us an agreeable call Monday. Dr. Hutchinson haa gone to Stevens Point on busines regarding some property. Theyachtmen have been rather quiet for the past week, no brush having taken place. Pishing parties from outs...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 2 August 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. I. MABTIIff, KITOR AND 7S0FS. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues -tUey coet the people nothing t Abollah the tm.OOO.OM a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation toget money on bonds for nothing, and denythat right to an individual who holds a M J$}* «£0Xe™meDd t h M ran fo the benefit of th e Shylocks an Goldo«en Gamblers!r Th e •Sfssas&EErto rua u touie totere8t THE DOOR COUNTY jNDEPENDfeNT pREEtlBACK pUVB. meets every .Monday evening in the lower part of the Town Hall, in this villag*. All persona 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. WBIGHT President IWJMKES :: vi*l52wSt F. J. HAMILTON . ..Secretary CHEI8 LEONHARDT Treasurer STURGEO NBAY, WIS.. AUG. 2. 1878. The \"Inter-Ocean\" and The Party When the sunny days of spring first make their appearance, one begins to realize that ere long vegetation wil...

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 — 2 August 1878

^HSEEXPOSITdR STTORGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. NEWS IN BKIEF. ^: : ^,-«-- - FOBBIGN NOTES.' : \" | Sdj^B^rl&li r|fng(|e« paying returned to *the village of Sinikoe, the Bulgarians naasacred the men and outraged the women. THE great fires In 'Thessaly,supposed to be incendiary, continue to devastate the country. THB duke of Cumberland, on the llthin- stant, informed the German sovereigns that he-mara'tains hid rightsto the throne of Han- over, although for the present he will only bear his ducal titles. . * •\".\"'•'• THB Austrian authorities expect consid- erable trouble in Herzegovina and Bosnia, and are even prepared to encounter armed resistance, similar to the Bhodope insurrec- tion. A CORRESPONDENT at Buoharest tele- graphs that it is reported in official Russian circles that the\" Turks have evacuated and the Russians occupied Shumla. AN ukase has been published in Belgrade abolishing the state of siege and revoking the extraordinary powers vested in military authorities during...

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 — 2 August 1878

THE ROSE OF EDEN. . AKA3IC LEGEND. \\ Fair Eve knelt close by the guarded gate, in the glov of the Eastern Spring, - • She mv the flash of the angel's sword, and the sheen of the angel's wing ' She thought as she held her sobbing breath, she could hear the happy sighs Of the tiny rivulets that fed the mosses of Para- dise She knew how the birds were fluttering, among the clustered flowers, , . And gorgeous blooms and arching trees, that shad- dowed Eden's towers. And she cried aloud in an agony of wild remorse- ful prayer, ''Give me one bud, but one, from the thousands that blossom there!'.' He turned as he heard her pifeous voice, ia his grave angelic grace, • • • And he looked with a wistful tenderness on the beautiful woman's face, And because it was so beautiful, and because she could not see . '» How fair were the pure white cyclamen, crushed dying at her knee And because he knew this punishment throuch the weary years must burn, That through all things sweet and good on eaith...

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 — 2 August 1878

The Lightest Running, The Simplest, The Most Durable, ( The Most Popular or SEWING MACHINES. It is e a a l l y u n d e r s t o o d , makes the d o a b l e - t h r e a d I o c l c a t l t c h , has nelr* r e g u l a t i n g t a n a l o n a and t a k e - u p , and will do the w h o l e range of family work w i t h o u t c h a n g e . - 2%o \" D o m e a U c \" it made in themost durable manner, with conical steel bearing* and compensating Journal* throughout. DOMESTIC PAPER FASHIOHS. Thesepopular P A T T E R N S for ladies', misses', and children's dress, are out on a a y a t e m s u p e r i o r to any in use, and can be understood by a n y o n e . Full d i r e c t i o n a and illustrations on each envelope. fiend Five Cents for illustrated Cata- logue of lOOO Fashion*. DOMESTIC S9wing Machine Co., New York. PAINT GLOBE W e LeadaitjiiellfaintCe. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. These Palnta aro miked, ready for one. any shade or color, and «old in any quantities from Ouo Quart to a Barrel PS*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 August 1878

n-%*L't+s. •^p\"i+t-:j PROGRESS IN EUROPE. 6 w«ee u 4 PHMO» Bui atTarkerfortk* C«*. tWi ofT«nlUrr AB Oatncv la TkMMly «a aa iaierlcaa—&fikakaat*r4ere4 to tkaSoMa.' Aattrla UUT*.? Cairjrfag Oaf. tka Prevision «r tka Berlia Treaty. »• Maaalatlaa oT tka Brttlak Taar. — Pariiaaiat tkls rliv IN iEPEN'DE N T . Official reports from the Bosnian fron- tier state that the followers of the Turkish agitator who raised the insurrection against the Ottoman authority at Sara- jevo, deposed the civil governor, and stormed and plundered the armory, after a Bangainary conflict with the gensd' arms. LONDON, July 31.—A telegram from Belgrade states that the concentration of Servian troops continues, and reinforce- ments are going to the army of observa- tion on the Bosnian frontier. The whole standing army, numbering 30,000 men and half of the militia, are still under arms. JJONDON, July 31.—xne army supple- mentary estimate for additional expendi- turein consequence of the war between Russ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 August 1878

-:- ' v: -v\\ ^ BipBUE8gg.,,: .,, :'., BY UBS. K. M. -BOOTH. L6ve, I will you can you hear? CUlVou.wiDi you, need you, dear la Urn high-heaped moundraykiss, Andmy answer only this? I» the silence aa Intense To your freed, and perfect seaae Aatomlne—sndia the tide Just M dark, and wild, and wlde,7 ' Can there never come a «Ign From your rescued soul to mine? So importunate my need, MustIidlyi vainly plead.?.••• Is there no unguarded place You plight seek n let your face, Warmed by Heaven's resplendent light, 1-Tash an Instant on my sight? • Kajr! forbear I veil my eyes: That transcendent,firstsurprise Is Death's guerdon. I must wait Though tho hour be far and late. Could your soul, transfigured, bide For an instant at my side ? • , Could my sinfulness endure ' You beside me white and pure? —Saribner. FOR TWENTY YEARS. It don't seem much of a story to tell, though it was a tough one to live. You see, it was more than twenty years ago that my twin brother and I sold out our homestead...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 August 1878

PAY THE BONDS IN GREENBACKS. Interest Makes Us Slaves. Editor Irish World: John Sherman, acting secretary of the treasury, is ex* „ercising the full power of his official position to prevent the payment of our bonds in greenbacks. He takes this posi- tion in defiance of what he knows to be the demands and the best interests of the people, and yet he assumes to be their master Wall street, with its Belmonts, Seligmans, and bond-holding moneybags, is opposed to the payment of the bonds. Rothschilds are opposed to it the German Jews are opposed to it, in a .word, the money power is op- posed to it, for they are shrewd enough to see that the moment the government relieves itself of $96,000,000 of annual interest by paying the principal in green- backs that the power of the Hessians will be ended, that money-will be plenty, that wages will be good, that trade will revive, that bankruptcies will end. This is precisely what business men, mer- chants, mechanics, producers of every kind, and...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 August 1878

m K * • • EXPOSITOR. gone Wf^£R^S OF^BSCRIPTfON: ^eVea^(|Ȥ4*Mc« „.'..._....„... ..*, «, «»c month* » v « » ........ . * 2: P^:S'!K-\".:' \"• -..li:.:.:\"\".:- £ ^£ ,ft**Ai ONT/L 3 MONTHS APTER SUBSCRfBIKG: w.Vfa-y&*-'i-~..'.~...^.:„.....i.......... f»o ^fKltlOOths^.v^.... . , oo | ^ ^ | ^ N B A y , ' : wis M AUG. 9, i8?8 pJjpWJB B SPARKS ASfft FLASHES. I Green corn i« at hund. I ^Grain ripens unusually fast this season. i The mill men are now full of business. New potatoes are petting plenty in the market. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon are in the : r village. Kbw is the time to subscribe for the EXPOSITOR. Watermelons will'BOOU begin to make their appearance. ., Mrs. E. L. Allinff returned to this place last Thursday night. Mr. Joe. Stroh and family have to their new home, in Minnekauuee. Mrs. McMullcn, of this place, is very ill. Dr Hutchinson has the case in charge. The fanners in this county have nothing to complain o!f about' the grain this year. County Clerk Thorp...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 August 1878

THE! EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C I. KAETW, SDITOS AND PBOFB Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues vSSLf^B. l£f peopfe no'h'ng' Abolish the *l»?«M l ? t a • f0,r **'*« people are taxed »m!OOOtOqon a year! W»»y give the privilege to r nothing, a corporatio toget money on bond s .u r iium u ?S-Aen i right t n holds &J22JVJWfteBtA°?»rn0Jaaeilt^dividual\"fo«» & t has be611who ro ' th„ e benefit ofthe Shylocks and Gold Gamblers I The Greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest Greenbac k part y propose s of the People and Labor! THE DOOR COUNTY I N D E P E N D E N T P R E B N B A C K PLTJB, meets every Monday evening in the lower part of ?!2oy?IHthe ,1v.i,,-»to TUI^\"- A\" I*™0™ in- tereste d to Greenback movement, ar e respect- fullyinvited to attend the club, whether residents or non residents of this county. OFFIOER8. R M. WRIGHT President F.J.HAMILTON Secretary CHRIS LEONHARDT ..\"...\"\"JJ.'SSeMSwr STUEGrEO NBAY, WIS., AUG. 9, 1878. HON...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 August 1878

'$m^ ISM® EXPOSITORAttorney-General 1 BTUBOEOX BAY, WISCONSIN* it V r ^ » p i ^ A r ALBSSANDBO FBANCHI, pon- tiflcal secretary of state and archbishop of Thessalonica, died* atone o'clpck on the 1st lost Cardinal Franchi was a native of Italy born in 1819, and was nominated car- dinal in 1878. ' -. . *• . ^V-:^|J^ti«.ocoupattbn of Bosnia and Her- zegovina threatens a ministerial crisis in Constantinople. * : .. NINE vessels are reported lost and six , ashore in a storm on the southwestern coast of Cuba on the night of July, 30. REPORTS from the Bosnian frontier state the followers of the Turkish agitator who raised the insurrection against the Ottoman authorities at Serajevo, deposed the civil governor and stormed- and plundered the armory, after a sanguinary conflict with gens d'arins. •- A TELEGRAM from Belgrade states that the concentration of Servian troops con- tlnues,and reinforcements are going to the army of observation on the Bosnian frontier. The whole standing army.num...

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