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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 9 August 1878

A CHRISTIAN'S CRBBD. 1 believe in dreams of duty _Warning where they cAn't control, Frigmritsof the glorious beauty Tnat once filled the unfallen soul: In the godlike wreck of nature. Sin did in the sinner leave, That may still regain their Btature It hath fall'n from—I believe. I believe in human kindness Large amid the sons of men, Nobler far in willing blindness Than in censure's keenest ken In the gentleness that slowly • Sanctions what would others grieve, In the trust that, deep and holy, Hopeth all tilings—I believe. I believe in self-denial, And its secret throb of joy In the love that lives through trial. Dying not, though death-destroy: In those fond and full bellevings „Tbat, though'all the worfd deceive, Will not let its dark deCefvinga Wake suspicion—I believe. I believe in man's affection, Tender, true, unselfish, high, Infancy's almost perfection, And in woman's purity Inhislofty soul sustaining That can to one purpose cleave,1 In her gentle uncomplaining Peace and pa...

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 — 9 August 1878

The Lightest Banning, The Simplest, The Most Durable, The Most Popular SEWING MACHINES. It * easily nnderatood, mmkci th* Arable-thread l o c k s t i t c h , hoy •eir- recalatlag teaeloaa and take-ap , and *rtUdo iho w b o l e raisgre of family wrorA withou t cbance . 2 V *• Domeetle\" » maefefo (Ae *i*o«f dtMrsiote manner, *»Hifc eonieal steel •MWM0« an * eomjwHMtina' journal* throughout. DOMESTIC PIPER FASHIOHS. Theso popular M?A.TT73Z&Vi& for ladio**tmi*»e**, and thildron's dress, are out on a system superior to any in use, and can bo understood by amy one. *WI directions and\" WwatraHona an eaeA m«elo]0 ftiul.Flw Cent* /o r {Huafraferf Cata- loguo of l O O O Fashion*. DOMESTIC Sewing Uaohlno Co., New York. PAINT QLOBE VMteLeadandJUxeflFaintCo. CAPITAL 8T00K. $100,000. These Paints are mixed, ready for nss.any aliadtt or color, and sold in any iuianUtiea from Duo Quart to* Barrel. box cartridge*. '•-: Address J. Brown 18* Wood St., Pittsburg, Pa. Sc?en-Bhot Re- volv...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 August 1878

4- •/*' '7r: V'*V--«#-- PEACE ROT CEBTAlir, These.'lM AkMlr SM« «wet MeafHar. M4 Tfcw Ufcwj l»41emU « r M»r » • iarittTiat^ Is •*!•, kttlb rmUtM Are Met r#t Carrie* 0«t. Wg TkMMtf iMwirato Ksgai»i i» » fewest BaUla, ' £oirnos, Aojr. 8.—A Vienna dispatch, epealdng of the Austrian occupationo! the Turkish provinces, aaya: •'The respecta- ble portion qf the inhabitants, everywhere lure welcomed the Anstrians, and only tie lower classes, and some disbanded troops hare joined in the insurrection. In view of the insarreetionary move- ment and agitation in Servia and Montene gro, the Austrian Government intends farther mobilization of forces, to have in reserve an additional army corps ready for active service. Great annoyance is felt in official quarters at the unfortunate Maglai affair, the.Austrian losses being considered due to manifest carelessness. VIEWTA, Aug. 8—Following is the offi- cial announcement of the movement of the Austrian troops in the xnrkish provinces: The ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 August 1878

^•^tSt/A CLOUD BIFT. BriUPT LABCOM. n oar loftiest White Mountain peak, ' with the Ireahneas of untainted i .flwHDl(i\" •*\"---* • * ......... ._-•-. *Mo«lttn t w n n r ThywW«srtoW Bntmita*dij abash of a hat, and .went off to the church. • ..•.-•.*/.'.' My mother looked after me with such misery in her face that I called back to her that 1 wonld wear something nice in \"Will you wear your rose-colored crapef' pleaded mamma. \"Will I wear spangles, and jump through a hoop?\" I said. \"No, mamma: HI wejrTB3T bjlPalk# •l#our »if?\" » e rhole witch foim#mS| ^fJ^eauJ^werJft Re- plied. \"It's nice this not\"weather nave very little hair of ones own!\" \"Don't scream sol\" said poor mother, looking toward the Hunters' \" * \"\" dows ---Aa.-il..the^Huiitere__didii,t know all about my^fftluig oharma/ and aio^Jaiubfe took an inventory of themhalf yearly to senckabroad 1^the eldest,son,,whoiad beeii awdv in China*the* fiv?years£ntt ^^tt'Ww^ift^pe^gr«eoi^bd . jQuf own familiar world not y...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 August 1878

\\ V H A T I S » N E Y ? lessons in Bookkeeping Prom a Mis- souri Farmer to a New Eng- land Protestor. An Open Letter From Farmer fier- hard], of Independence, Ao., ! to Prollpissor Bowen, of Harvard College, !. . To Prof. Franc's ,Bowen, of the Congres-art, sional Silver, Commission: Money is by law made liberative be- tween individuals* that is, by its trans- fer it clears of indebtedness the one who gives itj^placing the whole nation in its stead. He who receives it^howeye, is not paid, no, not until he purchases real wealth or surrenders it to the power that issued it, in. settlement, of his taxes in which case the money for the time being is cancelled. In the foregoing, one may behold, a* beautiful, just, and rational system Of finance, in the opinion of your humble servant. The nature and function of money, then, is to be found only in the science or rather the art of bookkeeping taken in its most compre- hensive sense—an art which has lately x made great progress in railroad...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 August 1878

§&&' 'M'^$ ^iS\"':$&•ix 'IMJ '\"•••'^itj^-'*''•• •* •&'•' '^l5\"\" ^S\" Six months •Â». • ? 'v%i. * * 5® :Tiiwe.:»r^•• -.• ••Â«^^* ^ ^\" v * '—-•'.. w ^ipS&V*^? WWTIt 3 MONTHS AITM St/asCSfSINOi f E ^ k W B A r , WM .^ AUG 16,187* WMMEB8FARKH AND FLASHES. j^TWi tithe last month of summer. Norman M«theIsoa want* to make ye swingers of the axe a floe proposition* 8ee notice in another column ^^^«W'y d(^ aew yftibrs aiTive, aid, make- up tbtlr minds to stay for the. season and^njoy our climate. y'.: J^The prospectla good that theriext annual^ faj(r of our County will exceed in display and excellency any we have hid id ten years past. .,-, • ^'../ 'k . '\"' •: . \".'•• •:. \" Iftne flt* an* bed bugs trouble yon, why don't you Viitit the drug store and ^tatp^rcei: bf \"fly powder.'1 It will knock the little pesta into heaps, dead and cold, in a very few minutes. / Is it possible -that the multiplicity of ness in a longtime. L. A. Larson has' launched his yacht, a...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 August 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EYERY FRIDAY C.LlUlTHf,IDITOBANDPSOrB. Hake the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues -they cost the people nothing1 Abolish the £^?SS,ni5*nk8,19,r ^W?h the people are taxed $127,000,000 a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation toget money on bonds fqr nothing, •nd denyttiat right to an individual who holds b v? n «„ T^8 Aor,emment b u been \"in for the benefit of the Shylocks and Oold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to run it intne interest of the People and LaborI THE DQOR COUNTY . ^ INDEPENDENT PREBNBACK JCL.UB meets every .Monday evening in the lower part of &2&17 \"fc^ 4 t o •l\"*W, All persons in- torMted in the Greenback movement, are respect- fnllyinvlted to attend the club, whether residents or nonresidents of this county. „ ' QPF1CBR8. R M. WBIGHT^i: ............. President CHRIS LEONtfARDT... lljjfauunr jBTURGEON BAT, WIS., AUG, 16, 1878. Last fall Bailey's Harbor won the Green, back flag, having ?iven the Greenback candi-...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 August 1878

umsa THEEOtPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN* £ ^ ^ : :'^Tjg^^tUiiTi&s^ cbi^ttllifir meet with, as- eiM_ne?tfn • the .Turkil^^rojvfoces. A» Shepischeche an engagement occnrred In which tw^itags arid * c-uantity of munitions were captured by the Austrians. Many iiuur^Bnja^^kinjpd and .wounded, and twep#iM*ydrivenJf^Atle river and dfrowned.' Twenty-fivevAwstrian hussars ,..afterfhe skirmish. . : 6 report of the appointment of Cardi- nal'Nina, «B pontifical secretary of state is •'confirmed :. •. •. , BY. an explosion of a Russian powder magazine at'Frateoti, Sarvia,' ou the 7th inst, 55 persons Werekilled and SI injured! THERE thousand Montenegrins have •* Jorned••'W* insurgents in1 Herzegovina. There are indications of an intention to proclaim a holy war in Bosnia.\" A PBHU dispatch say two -delegates from the Bhodope insurgents have sent a memo- rial to Minister Layard, signed by 4_e chiefs of ^00 villages,'declaring they will resist to the last man the enforcement of the deci-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 August 1878

THK L1XTUE MBW)K THIEF. . One moonlight ere he sat beside A watermelon bed -.• The nlver Waim, descending lit ' riis little saarea head. Now down'he duckedbeneath the vines, It watchful eyes he feared: ' Anon arose, and then great chunks1 Of melon disappeared. . • Sight merrily his Jack-knife sped Bound many a tempting slice, And oft he muttered as he ate •• .'^Ohyjsn't melonsnice 1\" Next day a parent, 'neath a load - Of sudden sorrow bent— A sad-eyed Philadelphian—to The Ltdger office went. \" Two verses—boy—aged ten,\" he sighed, In agony intense: \"All right.\" the callous clerk replied, \" One dollar fifty cents.\" —PhUa. Ledger, RURAL ECONOMY. Seasonable Hints. MUCH grain is lost by overripening. . GREEN RYE is not suitable for milch cows. HALF:BKEEI Jerseys or Alderneys are among the best of the dairy cows. 'A WEAK solution of ammonia is one of the best invigorators of all kinds of plants. CLOVER is as good for pigs as it is for cows. Pork can be made cheaper, in summer than ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 16 August 1878

wifwjgpiuSB ^IJIIMJUld li4kJiJ^l,.l^iJ^W^A!iip -'••' w •-••.••• • SEWING MACHINES. DOMESTIC PAPER FI3HI0B8, .' • Ww#«fWrW^ATqF*3WW » fo* Hfp ««*«» « §y#t«nt iiip«rlor ** «tw f « w«* awtf «w* » wfjiftwrtftsii by »or «MPI i-'wtf dtrmtmin Mini ««#*rf»M»« flfiMM^W f» fVr ff»»##r«Mt ('(**»\" DOMESTIC Sewing ^'JTwr.YPifc. (jriiQBB \" \" ' - •- •('.-',-:V- 4U-IU '-U-J^-'J-t .. 'Ww'y^fjww-g,?*? hjfee f»o»t|w. Any peraon wfio wfllu** wit* may fo« rMoried i pill «J»CJJ i^/ahi (ni }M'i wmikuhm W « « n d Jiealfh, )f ^ j , „ f j,j„K |)B mnq kmUh, \\i «»«»a H»W i/umwai JAMAICA GINGER. 'Meanly combination of the true Jamaica, (linger wUU cUiilm wimmkt and i'rench HrwwJy, for ' ° ^ Oliolera, Ohoiftrn Worbua, Onmps, aud PftlMS, Warriiraa an»1 Oysent«ry, Dyspep- sia, Jj'JHiitloiiKy, wunt.of tone «o'fl ncMvtiy in t)»e eMijn.il it aw} iMiwtild, i»ud avoiding ihn- dni^orH of (tbftU0*f'a( water, food ami plImiHH, ASK row SANFORD'S JAMAIOACINCER. win u ttmn at ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 August 1878

Sad Music in The Air, Flem Flghtlag B»tWM» the Awtriau aal th« IoaaMtaata «f Bosnia u d HercstoTBla. the British India* Office Beports th.t 1,860,060 PenoM perished »r Faari.e. The British FORM Preiartigto Betlre from hefore CeBatutlneple. LOHDON, Aug. 13.—In the House of Commonsto-night the Under Secretary for the Foreign Department, in reply to an interrogation, stated that it was impossible for the government to say where the Bus- sian forces in Central Asia were stationed. The government was quite willing to take the responsibility of sending a mission to Cabal, as it could not regard with indiffer- ence what had been passing in Central Asia during the last two months. The Chancellor of Exchequer pointed out that it wasalways understood, England munications are threatened, had greater interest in Afghanistan than C6»6TAHTINOP.LE, Aug. 17.—The Rho- I N D E P E H D E N T The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home Thq Intents of the People of^Door Couaty Our Air VOL. 6. STURGE...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 August 1878

^THElXFOipttR STURGEON BAY,\\WISCONSIN. V:r :' OBOTBi^,FOBBl(JN IKJTBS.- •:-l: ^o^^^infbpijs - advices say General Scaraipy'sdivision-©Rhei Austrian army, bfdooupation wa« defeated near Tuzla on h 10th of Aoeust, afterabattle of12 hours. THK Russians occupied Varna on1 the 10th of August. The garrison is to consist of 10,000 men with 100 guns. : * . ,^HB Hungarian elections are virtually completed, and 232 adherents of the govern- ment have been elected, against 70 Opposi- tion and 66 Radicals. SIKOK the attempted assassination of Em- peror William by Dr. Nobjelinjt, there have been 563 arrests for insulting the emperor. Of that number 62 have been convicted, including 31 women. The aggregate of sen- tences of imprisonment is 811 years. Five of the accused committed suicide before trial ' \"•• THB porte has ratified the treaty of Ber- • lin and sent an ambassador to Bosnia with orders to remove the Turkish regulars. IT is thought impossible thatthe Bosnians can prolong their resis...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 August 1878

TBIOLETS. BY JbHN G.WILSON. . ' ..!.—SLVPESSE. \" : \" I hear the stairs crpftk, _. £» a moment they'll be here. On, Emmy, dear, apeak, I hear the stairs creak, There are tears on'your cheek • ,. A n d TO\"' *ye* aie— but ree here! 1 hear the stairs creak. In a moment they'll he here. It.—A SENSITIVE PO' I find it so hard To be pleasant to people You know I'm a bard— I find it so hard - Jly door-way to guard That I live in a steeple, f find it so hard :£ . To be pleasant to people. —Scribner. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. curd is then packed tightly in a wooden vessel, and covered with a lid made to fit exactly within it. Oh this heavy weights are placed, so as to keep Kip a constant pressure on the mass of curd and the space between the lid and the top of the vessel is filled with cold water, which is frequently renewed. Tworog cheese is, in fact, nothing more than hard pressed curd. In the northwestern and southern governments of the empire it is often made from sheep's milk, and in Bessa-...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 August 1878

MTBXM&OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year (la «!•Â»Â» ..._._ ._..„........^.f, « Six months\" •Â«•• . . . . ~ . f i s« .• • Three ••*'• \" \" . \" \" \" \" ' \" \" \" \" \" \" ' I 40 '•'•.-, ?f Jwrit. 3 MONTHS Arntn SUBSCRIBING: ^ One Year... ....... . . . . . . . « , „ Six months .........^. \"—\".\" . \" \" \" - ^ * ? STPR6E0NBAY, WIS. AUG,S3.1S78. SUMMER SPARKS AND FLASHES. ^he bcrr/ crop begins to'suffer for want ' olnia. The w«ather is colder, and the nights splendid for sleep. Mr. Thomas Reynolds, of Jacksonport, waa in town Monday. • \"•' Robert Graham and lady of Chambere Island,, was in the village last Monday. The Goodrich steamers still continue • to carry a good list of passengers, seeking pleasure. . x The Picayune says that in New Orleans a poor person may look at a small piece of ice for ten cents. There's going to be a wedding pretty soon, but we're not at liberty to publish the names at present. Half a peck (or less) of nickels for sale at this office. For fuller part...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 August 1878

PUBLISHED ETERY FRIDAT C. I KAMW, EOXTOS A3T0 WOP'S. ? h ^ ^ g ^ e n b a o k 8 1 & l e 8 » 1 tender for all dues wI«!X..?°SL »he .PeoP^ nothing 1 Abolish, the *107m^1nr«lnk9, £°,r ^ h the $eop]e are taxed $127,000,QOO a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation toget money on bonds for n o t W , K d i ? I , y J £ a t rieht t 0 an indi»idaal who holda K '5S««t A?S!68 ,&ov,er?ment has been ran for the JSESlfs? 1 sny^cke and Gold Gamblers! The fl&VS^W* *ronltiBthelntrtre8t ° T H E DOOR C O U N T Y I N D E P E N D E N T P R E E K B A C K p u u B IS!6^. ^ ^ Monday evening in the lower part of J?6 Tow? Hall, in this vUlagw. All peraons in- T H T R \" R Y P O Q T T O R \\&t Inter-Oceatt, the substantial Republican. making a hard-money or anti-Greenback fight inside the Republican ranks is miirepresenting the party spirit aud imperiling the Republican cause.\" We will not offer the following as a bait or for the purpose of compensation, but merely through the...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 August 1878

White iaamlne stretchea fur and wide, Along the gray wall'a southern tide Iu graceful branches wreathe: And wiads of rammer sweet and low, Among it* rerdure and its snow, Their tender music breathe, The garden bed* that once were gay And fragrant all the summer day, Are empty and forlorn The hungry bees afar have flown, The graTel walks are weed o'ergrown, The, trellis-rose is torn. Within the house each empty rooia ipt y ro 'loom, la shut in silent, rayleasi With cheerless heartbbtone cold: No'plctnrea amlle upon the wall, No single trace is left of all We cherished so of old. But in the southern sunshine bright, • And by the Jasmino, clad in white, A youthful maiden stands, With lips that sneak of sad unrest A bunch of daisies on her breast, And jasmine in.her hands. With farewell looks of aching love, - Her brown eyes wander round, above, ft is a sacred spot The home of childish grief and mirth.\" The home whence dearest dead went forth To share earth's common lot. Ah, maiden I a...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 August 1878

THE LIVING ISSUES. |CapitaI: Its Eights, and Nothing More —Labor: ,Its iRights, and Nothing Lesi. Labor is the normal condition of life. Production is, the fruit of labor, and capital is the fruit of production. In-' dependent of labor, there is no such thing as capital. Nature supplies the earth and sea but man, through the higher elements of mind directed by ex* periment into experience, and by the in- tuitive'genius of invention, into'crea- tion, gathers from the land and from the sea his means of life. As his skill advanced his production increased be- yond his wants, was capital created—for capital is nothing'more nor less than the excess, produced by labor beyond what labor requires to nourish itself for pro- duction. All capital, then, however ac- quired, originated in labor for inde- pendent of it, capital could not have existed and independent of it, cannot exist. . Stop labor—we starve. Stop labor— we are without raiment. Stop labor - production ceases. .Gold and silver ma...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 23 August 1878

• !H!''-3v: The Lightest Running, The Simplest, The Host Durable, The Most Popular or SEWING MACHINES. It is easily understood, makes the doable-thread lock-atltch, hm eelr- regulatlUff tension s and take-up, and will do the w h o l e range of family icorfc w i t h o u t change. 'She «» Doineatle »» is made in the most durable manner, with conical steet bearing* and compensating journals throughout. DOMESTIC PAPER FASHIONS. These popular X» A . 1 \" T K R N 8 for Indies', misnes', and children's dresit, are eut on a system superior to any in ttse, and can be understood bg an y one. Full directions and illustrations on earh envelope. Send Ftre Cents for illustrated Cata- log tie of l O O O Fashions. 4—, --, Be M t!fa ' ^\"cert Grand ORGA N lanos ystce 11600 only 425. Superb GrX7SqSwe «•Â» B? Se *$& at J» on » « I»n»not M represent K. R. Fans paid both waya and Piano or organ mf.?A Lil/,M,tt6 C08 t o ! P1*\"0\" * Otfe«R» sent free. Mease address DANIKI. F. SHATTI-, Wa...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 6 September 1878

: aamm A City. Bwtrerei kr a BaJntUra mm* Kany '... ' ' Mv«*L©et. '! CotrtlandStrife art Stagbter lathe Tarklik / Trarlneea. ••• LONDON, Aug. 27.—Drapatcbee from Vienna say that the complicity of Servians in the Bosnian ineut*ectipn w again as- serted from various c^arfers. * ft is said that the rebels retreating from Sarajevo went toward the Servian frontier, and that they will cross it if closely pressed. It is ateo stated that prisoners were captured at Dobaj wearing the uniform of the Serr vian militia. The insurgents about Dobaj have been largely reinforced. They have vigorously attacked Dobaj several times, endeavoring to turn General Szaparay's positions, and destroy his pontoons across the Bosna River, so as to prevent reinforcements from arriving. ~ According to Vienna advices, Genera* Szaparay repulsed all the attacks, but Beuter's dispatch from Belgrade, dated on the 26th. states that the insurgents de- clared that General Szaparay has with- drawn from Dobaj to the left...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 6 September 1878

KNOCKING, B V B B KNOOKINQ. Knocking, knocking, ever knocking rris a pUgrim, strange and Irlfigly, Sever inchiru seen before •XsaCHii,«weet soul,for inch a wonder -v ^ v ~^ Unad^d»or w -v., ? ,.. - ' S ? # * v ^ s f e »•.'••'' J'\"JS '•''•' ' '\".'•'\" Ho,tl»tddorl8hftklWopen— HIngWTasty, latchla broken— ••:•',:,:.-:•' .„. Bidblmgo. Wherefore, with that knocking dreary V Scaiea the sleep from oneso weary? v ,-': :• '/: • :'B»jrhto«tno.^: • • ••'-^ • : \\ / h ^ ^ ^ 6 ^ . . . \" \" . * \" Oh, iwaet aonl, b»t once behind him, .With the glory-crowned hair„ And those eyes, so strange and tender, • Waiting there. Open! Open! Once behold him— ^7, Hlmsofair. Ah, that door! Why wilt thou vex me, 'Gaining ever toperplex met ' , \" • • ' ' For the key is stlfly rusty And the bolt is dogged and dusty Many-flngere Seals It fast with twist and twine : Weeds of years and years before Choke the passage of the door. Knockingi knocking1 What! still knocking? , He still there? What's the hour? ...

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