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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 6 September 1878

AMERICAN CIVILIZATION. . Does tfiere eSSsC su«r«athltf|? Are we even aware that such a thing was ever intended? Do,we even trace in that great pronuneiamento, the Declara- tion of Independence, the germs of civil- ization new to the. world?- Has British \"civilization\"—the. civilization of the castle and the hovel, of idle, beastly ex- cess, and of toiling, imploring hunger— so overshadowed and stupefied us that we do not even know that any other civilization could not exist—that any other was foreseen or intended by the Fathers of the Republic. Let us inquire into this. Let us ap- approach it, with a feeling of deep rever- ence, as it. affects the characters of our greatest men, as it involves the success or the failure of the republic—the welfare or the woe of the great coming human family. Let the inquiry be approached in a spirit worthy of the inquiry. \" Life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness.\" Behold the grand founda- tions of American civilization! In the past civi...

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 — 6 September 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. ' rEAMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. &2^-*T*-.~----- I. ,o Three.- \". ,w \"~^\"\"~'f?~\"\"\"'\" 5 . NOT FAIB ONTIL 3 MONTHS AKTBH 8U*SCIHB|NG: gnJBfoONBAY, WIS., SEPT. 6,1878. UWOttB SPARKS AND FLASHES. Work continues to be plenty in this loc- ality' The threshing machines are now atprices work. ' \" . ' ' • • Dr. Bartran, of Ahnapee, was in town yesterday. Miss Fannie Putnam has gone to rlsit relatives in Illinois. Dr. Chapel, of Kewaunee, gave us anearly interesting call Tuesday. Mr*. E. L. Brower, of Whitewater, is lying very sick at the Exchange hotel. If you, wish to harvest a good fall trade, to Insure It, sow your advertising seed now. Mr. J. T. Wright and wife huve gone on ft several weeks visit to New York state. Business at Masse* Welter's is increas- ing—hence the new addition being built to their barn. Sylvester Wead is doing a lively busi- nes at his new stand, with fair promises of doing still better. The ice house'\"of Escb, Bros. «fc Rube has been torn down,...

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 — 6 September 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. , PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Col. Forney says there are over $1,000, 000,000 held in the private banks of England drawing-riot \"more than I per cent, .mterest held simply for snfety. In' Antcrica millions of dollars lie idle in Government bondg, draw, ing 6 per cent interest, and millions bf' people are homeless and traveling the road to the poor house in consequence thereof. Join the Greenbackers and help put a stop in piracy practiced in this would-be land of plenty. We learn. from reliable parties, that Sevas- topol will go heavy for the Greenback ticket this fall. That is by no means the only town either, for lsTascwaupee, Forestville, Bailey's Harbor,, Jacksonport, Egg Harbor, Sturgeon Bay. and a great many other towns will follow Make the greenbacks,a legal tender for all ones j o u t w « * a good majority which is just as it should be. On with the good work, and —they cost Ihe people nothing!» Abolish the National Bank?, for which the people are taxed $127,000,0...

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

THBEXPOSITOR 8TUKGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. , NEWS T$ BRIEF. OENBBAX FOBEIGN N0TE3. • T H B Russiansand Bulgarians had\" a Ban- gainary fight at Jamboll because the BUB- BianB endeavored to stop the maltreatment . of Jews by the TarhjB. .Many Rumiansand . Bulgarianswere killed and wounded. SEVBBAL oases of Asiatic cholera have occurred in ^weden. J^OBD C O U N CAMPBELL,. Liberal, has been elected in Argyleshire to replace his brother, the Marquis of Lome, inn the house «f commons, over John Wingfield Malcolm, who resigned his seat for Boston to contest in benalf of the government T HE number of insurgents in Bosnia is estimated at 65,000. BBVBBAL Vienna specials mention the precarious position of the Andrassy minis- try inconsequence of Bosnian and Turkish complications. T HE Times says England will never again guarantee a Turkish Joan or help raise one. T HE principal charge of the Bhodope commission against Russians is that of bom- barding and burning villages near Bhodope, which refus...

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

A SXTMMBB MOBNIMQ. BY JAKES? M'KAT.\". .. K ' lOh, ihe earth.and the air! * W \\ / i : Honeysuckle and rose:• Fir-trees taperiBg high Into the deep repose \" . Of theflecklesssky: Hills that dimh and are strong: Basking, contented plain: • Sunlight poured out along The sva oi the grass like rain: Spice-burdened winds that rise, Whisper, wander and hush: And the caroling harmonies Of robin'and quail and thrush:— O God, Thy world ia fairI And this hut the place of His feetI rJ had cried, \"Let me see let me hear Show me the ways of Thy hand \" For it all was a riddle drear • That I fainted to understand. Canopy, close drawn round, Part not nor lift from the ground: Hove not yourfingertips, Firs, from the' heavens'lips. When this is the'place of His feet, How should I bear,to raise My blasted vision to meet The inconceivable blaze Of His majesty complete? —Scribner. BUBAL ECONOMY. Seasonable Hints. - .TOMATOES, are good for chicks. TAB, with a little fine salt sprinkled over it, is goo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 6 September 1878

. • ^M^*$!ffffi^t3%f?^^t$?^'i*^^fc»^&w> !W»iia#«^S^'K^Wi! sa^a^ti«^p^s^K*j^^^ K £ i V«W,fe5sHK'!3* The Lightctt Running, The Simplest, The Moit Durable, The Moit Popular SEWING MACHINES. It is emailj smderatood, mmkes the 4oDble-lhre«4 loek-stlScfc, JIM—lfr regalntlng tonafonsV sM take-up, «n4 «vW t **• whale range of family work without chaos *. The «* Domestic » 4* mom In l fc« moat durable manner, with conical steel bearings and'compensating journals throughout. PAPER FASHIONS. These popular I » A . T T P S I R N S for ladies', misses', andskUdren^s dress, uare cut on a mjmttmjni&ripr to any in use, and can be understood by any- o n e , full d l r e e t t o n a and illustrations on each envelope. t Send Five Cents for illustrated Cata- logue c / l O O O Fashions. : • ! • Sawing Maohlne Co., New York. PAINT GLOBE WhiteLeaQauoMiiedPaintCo. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. These Paint* are mixed, reeds tot nse.sny •bad* or oolor, and sold in any quanUUM from On. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 September 1878

'i\\ EUROPEAN NEWS. The praaeat pitas ef IkeBurton iiBkattUi. Than H m t a ft* M poMlUlttjr rt pnetat, •f atrafgfcteatag oat the saarl i» wklah tfca fewer* kin k«ee««IBTOITWI itU. tlTetatk* TarkUk4«e*tlom,u. ' 1M» iUs»y»r«rther arbiter- /,..'.:'. ilea ofthe hayosej. VIBNKA, Sept. T.^Blghttng w u renew- ed Thursday at Doboj. The combatants engaged are estimated at 22,000. VIENNA, Sept. 7,—Gen. Szapary tele- graphs that he defeated the insurgents on Thursday. , They dispersed in various di- rections, the main body taking the direc- tion of Tuzla. The Austrians now hold the road between Gracanica, Treuuik, and Maglai, and are fortifying their positions. The Austrian loss in this engagement was sixty-five killed, and 867 wounded or mis fling. General Zach states that two of the most important outworks of Bihacs have been captured after obstinate fighting, but the positions before his left wing are still in - possession of the insurgents. LONDON, Sept. 6.—A Vienna dispatch says ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 September 1878

° I did bat dream. I never knew ':•• ^Whateharmsonr sternest season wore Was never yet the sky so bine. __WM neTer earth to white before. Till now I never saw the glow Of sunset on yon hills of mow, • ^rAndne^«r learned the boagh.'ftde(ign«...„„ ~ ^ /Of beauty In its leafless lines. • ' • \"H'-i Wd arer such a moonlight take , ' Wlerd photographs of shrnb and trtoT•'-?- • J Bantferer bells 90 wild and fleet, ...: . ,, The music of the winter street? . ' ••':'• was*ver yet a sonnd by half • •, - • • • •?sf. • . j^merrjr*a the school boy's IaugkTv «•,•/• _N addedcharm thy face hath found :*\" Within my heart thechange I»wrought, ^is-^Hy footsteps make enchantedground, , From.©oucnof palh and curtained room. ' ' FortHtothyHghtandalrloome, . T o find In all that meela my eyes ',,\"\"•'•' • The freshness of a glad sorprL* - * -.-:-. :, s^, -,,-. ^ •: ' /,. ..• • , .. Fair seem these wintry days and soon Shall blow the warm \"westwind* of spring, To »«t the unboundrillain tune, An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 September 1878

m LEnERFJUHLPEtBLCQOEER Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treas- uryof theJJ^dS&t^ ^ M* DCAB SIB:—Since I bad the, honor of your call at my houae, and ainoe the. letter I sent yon and the receipt of your reply, I have reflected *t*i- ously on thefew minutes' conversation I bad- with yon on that oooaalon, and on the acta of govern- meht since that time. • . . . I hope yon will recollect bow earnestly I endeav- ored to show yon, that the constitution has made'It the first and most Important duty of congress to take and hold the entire control of all that should ever hate.been allowed to circulate as the money, the mights and the measures of the nation. In all that 1heve written Ibave laboreo. to make plain the fact that the •establishment of justice, with the matin* of the necessary and proper laws were the most important duties enjoined on con- gress by, the constitution of. the United States, I believe I have,shown that nearly all the finan- cial laws that have been passed dur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 September 1878

*-WWGfr*Ba*2**5SMiiS#:} • ^ 'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (In adfaace) ..........,.....„_......%t cj !i months\" . ' . ^ ' - ^ . . ^ . ^ i j ^ . . . Three • •' ..» . . • . . . . . . . . . . : . . • . . „ . . . . \" SOT MID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AVTKK SUBSCRIBING: MmlEm BAY, WIS., SEPT. la, 18W. SUMMER SPARKS AN I FLASHES. shanty has been built on Hill's wanes, cooning will be A fish Point, As ihe moon • good. OUT flouring mill i» kept busy on custom work.i .t, --'Tf The velocipede still rumbles on the side- walk. Get yourwinter's wood ready before the snowfalls- Teachers' Institute at the school house next week. Puller sells fresh burnt lime for forty cents per barrel. Watch your gardens and orchards, there aw prowlers about. The Oconto was thirty-six hours belaud time on her last trip. ^Broniess^ducanok for $85 at La pfosse. See advertisement. Mr^efeirtfc4inson, of thd firm of Masse, & Ctf., is sick ^h^liety^hoid fever. M ij? f t n Ahern, of Egg Harbor, hns a daughter ill with ca...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 September 1878

1/ THE EXPOSITOR. FVBIJ8HED ETKRY FRIDAY C. X, H h m , EMTOB AND MOTS. A. IPump With Both '-^tiGk and Squirt\" But Empties Into a Leakv CusL Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues —they coat the people nothing 1 Abolish the S S S S S a l ~ 5 a n t a ' I o r w W c n Ike people are taxed $127,000,(X» a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds h oondj This government has been run for the •enefit of toe Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to ran it inthe interest a[ the People and Labor! FOR MEMBER OF CONGRESS: PETER A. GRIFFITHS. STPRSEON BAY, WIS.. SEPT. I8 ,i878» Col. S. B. Boynton spoke on the Greenback finance question at Leonhardfs Music Hull last Monday:evening, to a fine audience, and \"served up\" Greenback'ism in a manner that sent the hard-moneyites scampering off, yelp- ing like so many mad and frightened men, closely followed by brick bats.- The Colonel als...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 September 1878

THMEXP0SITOR *»^s^,Vv**^»\"i STVStaE&S BAY, ^ISCOXSIN.' aBlTOBAIi FOBEION NOTES. \" LATBB estimates of thenumber of persons drowned by thejeojlisibn in the Thames are higher tbjm ^owu^jevioasly given. It Is now stated fci^^sii 600 and 700 were lost, the majority\\Wtbe estimates favoring the Iatter#amber A diver Bays he felt corps^ ^ k e 4 jour and five deep in. ihe cabin of the Princess Alice. . v-.. \"*\"••• '•• i* l«laid Krance and Italy jointly notify tl£ei ^rte that they will atbt permit the \" \" \"l^dment of the Greet* coast in the l#f £war between ..Q*$€Mee and Turkey, shvtroops are encroaching upon'Greek IBBE hundred soldiersandfiremenwere Jed by ft water,s«pottt ^t Miekolez, Hun- _ ijtyj. They were buried in one grave. Two hundred areisti^o^iaing^ ••'£,. - -y Tap steamer'y^rincess Alice bound from Gravesend to JLjnd6n with an excursion party of eigh^ hundred on board, \"was run into and sunk iby the steam collier Bywell Castle, on\"'the evening of the 3d lust. Th...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 September 1878

-•y^^sjl TOEE DRAQOK-gl/T ^ feY H 8. OORNWMi. When brooks of Bummer shallow run, And fiercely glows the ardent sun: . Where waves the blueflag,tall and dank, And water-weeds grow rich and rank, TheflauntiBgdragon-fly Is Been, A winged spindle, gold and green. Bornof themornlngmistsand dews. He dart»^nash'6i^eiaTlael^ a ' Athwart the waterfall, and flings, From his twioe-^uplta^o^twTngs,,,, , , Diamonds and wphUeB such4s gleainrX ',.«. \\ And vanish In i\"bridesmaid's dream! • • • Sail not, Odragoh-lfly, too near The lakelet's bosom, dark and clear! For, lurking in its depth below, ° • The hungry trout, the iatal foe, Doth watch to snatchthee, unaware. At once from life, and light, and airI O brilliantfleckof summer's i irlme, ' le! Enjoy, thy brief fleet span of i Full soon chill autumn's frost y breat h Shall blow for thee a wind of death, And dash to dust thy gaudy sheen— Thy glittering mall of gold and green1 —Scribner't. RURAL ECONOMY. Seasonable Hints'. IMPROVED farming is i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 September 1878

r-^AW^l-^&y^u^i^zitsiin = 7 = WAtiEHEBPROS., Sturgeon Bay, 1?gls. ^ The best quality of beer constantly onl hand,. We shall aim to merit public patronage by maim factoring a beverage that can not be excelled. \"••••' 0 P \" 'Brewery second door South of the Court House. . • \"\" . 4»4tf \\ W T A r t T ' C -Retail price $tooo only $175 Par J T A A U J i l M wrOraans, price t u o only. 95. Paper free. DANIEL F. BKATTV Washington, N. J. * A A DA Y Agent's orofit can rasing- for Nassau T O Delight. Sample free FRED Joints, Nassau N Y QmufgkmkAt'm The only combination of the WOlilQrU S Jamaca Ginger with choice The Lightest Burning, Tli© Simplest, The Moit Durable, TheaJBfoflt Popular SEWING MACHINES. It to e u l l y v n s U n t o o d , WMSKMW the doable-tliraul loetss)tlteh,fca«Mlf rcsralwtlng tenatona and t*k*-np, aistf sritf «• th e w h o l e range of family tFor*wlthoat change . 2*e •Â» DomesHc »» 4* mtnomin the meet durable manner, with conical eteel hearing* and eompenaat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 September 1878

EASTERN The Latest of the Condition of thing* In the Turkish ' Province*, Seasational Rumor of* a New Treaty England and Tarker. BELGRADE, Sept. 13.—Accounts receiv- ed say that forty six Bosnians and Servi- ans and upwards of 200 Mussulmans have been executed at Sarajevo and neighbor- hood during the last two week?, and that executions continue. These excesses de- ter the insurgents from submitting, and have produced a deep aHd painful impres- sion throughout Scrvia, as sevorat of the j victims were Servian merchants, compell-! ed to assist the insurgents during Hadji | Lodja's administration. i LONDOH, Sept. 13.—A Rome dispatch sayg the Greek memorandum, asking the mediation of the powers, was presented to Prime Minister Caxiroli on Thursday. Italy will act in accord with the othef powers, but meanwhile has counseled Greece to observe an attitude of modera- tion. Fanfula says Greece does no.t delude herself by thinking thai her ohject can be obtained by force, or that she will rec...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 September 1878

A W^AjnOH TO POE'i «AV«H. V beaming, , v . And their light waa~falnUy gleaming J • .\\: v:' Throta&h&ui window of my room, sv' Attdde&ly besjd^my pfllow,'\"\"' l ^ e the mormnr of i billow, Or tne sigh of weeping willow, .« 'Mid the shadow and the gloom, There was beard m gentle wand, Floating on the air around, Aiijui echo from above And I, waking, saw a dove . Perched upon the whitened head Of ai&Sttoearmybed, And U itemed with wft low cooing\" llr lone.heartto iootne with wooing, like an anjni&oiiijthe sky, . . ,©r»*plrit homiilng nigh. While.J lay entranced and dreaming, :,-\" Startled by the echo teeming v ::' JV be whispered from above. ,,,'.•• ' . •!» the starlight faintly gleaming,\" . ' With its form of beauty beaming, :.••.*.\" :j*, I behold the snowy dove With a thrill of wonder, gating • Oh the visitor, amaslng, ••?• • v I demanded: \" Who are you?\" $ And the gentle nlrd of whiteness, : t:•':,' With Its anowy robe of brightness, ',•'••' Answere...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 September 1878

THE PLOT UNFOLDS! Monstrous Scheme,of the Honey Lords —The Farmers of the West to~ . Give up Their Lands And Become Tenants at the Will of Moneyed Aristocrats—This ^ the Scheme Proposed by the Great Organ of UwMoned Pow- er—Let a Liberty-Loving Yeo-— manry Read and Ponder. We have often been compelled to show up the glaring lies, misrepresentations and* inconsistencies of the monopoly press, but spite of their being rapped over the knuckles by our paper and hun- dreds of others advocating the people's cause, they keep on in the evil tenor of their bad way, unconscious of the fact that the people are beginning to see through their gauzy shams, and that the day of reckoning is near at hand. We publish in this issue an article from the New York Weekly Times of April 25th, 1877, which we would urge our readers, particularly the farmers, to peruse very carefully. *It shows the ul- timate object of the men who constitute the money power of the world so clearly, that we do not deem it nece...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 September 1878

& # * • • ^ •!$*i*3s&>»A* i^|EXPG)srroR. -^^TEJTAfS': OP SUBSCRIPTION. • .:5?j' MONW$ ':AFTEii\"wiMc«tiiiko': -••a ? jr«iri ' ''•'•\"'•• '.-••• 4 _ . ' ' •. s^lllssfrantsgsl ^WS^^^Ti-TOi'-ffl^^jlfts: thedlspleasrjreof Unbalance of the party, healthything this time of the year. Mr. Poles expects to make another Visit to \"Pickirick\" tell* about a bear being wHw^rtoglTe him.clui.ce to '•draw tbootfi kUolioioMir«Stpoffa.rWS Thunder storm early Tuesday morning. Mr. Yngve Dreutzer, has gone to Apple- ton to attend ythe Lawrence University. Col. J. A, Watrons, Gf. vfVCLT. of Wisconsin, favored us with a call Tuesday. Dr, Hutchinson's wife has gone to visit relatives and, friends at Ft. Howard and Steven's Point, Frank Palmer, our prominent tonsorial artist, has. moored his family into the Remingtoniresldeac*, on St. John street. W.T.Csigraln offers big inducements for boys and girls to pick cranberries, at his marsh. Bee notice in another column. Farmers, (commence to ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 September 1878

- ' ( . : • THE EXPOSITOR. PVBLISMED KTERY FRIDAY 0:!. KABTOT, SMTOB AHB FSOFB. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all doe* —they cost the people nothing 1 Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a year1 Why give the privilege to a corporation toget money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds a •ondr This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers 1 The •reenback party proposes to ran it lnthe Interest •f the People and Labor1 honorable office who are on an equal with the people, and with the people. For several us something in the fujture f must the party always live on its recoid t this record business yaars we have been represented by men of' is: getting thread-bare. Bat no, they had capital and though heaven has poured down — « - * - -t-o - • upon us the blessings of peace andKhealth, the FOR MBMBER OF CONQEF88: PETER A. GRIFFITHS. national Greenback County and As- sembly Conventio...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 September 1878

SHE EXPOSITOR tfttJRdEON BAY, WISCONSIN. ?T CL»OPATBA'a a#edle, WM flflCC^Bsfally * • placed apon its pedestal,\\ on the, Thames '\\ , pmbankraent, on the 12th Inst. ', , j |\"HBporte hasbeeni informed lhat Eng- ,+,T J,and,wiU probably nojtjdhere toGermany's proposal*$*$ fiiKn**0\"*? oOferlln* Tiring' tbe porte to execute the stipulations of the treaty. .. -'^•'••'. ••'\" '••'•'• ,, ( A FBiOHTFirtt colliery,exploBion occurred -on the 11thinsiu,at Aber6arne,near New- L port, Monmouthshire, 8outh Wales. The / loai of life is terrible, th^^urnber of dead : '^ vIW|fta^e8timate*at-280. \":\"-i«^ \"•' •::%&,. ' TBM Albanian le^nX^^Mtb^number «*:- 46,000 Well armedi and equipped men, de , termined to resist the occupation of their territory by anyChristian power. ... AFTBE the defeat of the Austrians at Bihafcii the injsurgenjta injja^d?.Austrian ter ritory at Teskovats, nut were driven back. ROYAL free pardon, of the Fenians Melo- dy and Condon passed under the great seal to-day. T...

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