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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 September 1878

•POBTOHB. _ The seating calm, ' -' . - How many shallow b»ablo boats dire sail , S??? ?uM P*4eMt breast, making their way With these of nobler bulk - ' But let the ruffian Boreas one enrafee • - \" The gentle ThetlB, and, anon, hehold, , The sWong-ribb'd bark through the liquid moun- tain cut, * *f nnding between the two moist elements, '* Like Perseus' horse Where's then the saucy boat. Whose weak untimbered sides but even now Qvrml'd greatness ? either to harbor fled, Or made a toastfor Neptune. Even BO Doth Tatar's show, and valor's worth divide In storms of fortune. • , ' - . . .. — Troilut and Crestida. RUBAL ECONOMY. Seasonable Hints. IT has been often said that it is easy to make money, but difficult to keep it. The Bame may be said of farm products. W H E N calves are turned out and wholly fed on grass, the flesh is rendered poor, dry, tasteless, and is usually dark col- ored- I T iB the extra feed and extra manure applied that produce the profit. Land, is but nature's mach...

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 — 20 September 1878

•v )'Ws?^$&Mi0iÂ¥- •a,^i^s.:«.v#-..-«: The Jightett Eunning, The Mbit Durable, The Most Popular SEWING MACHINES. '/#.«» esallr-aifflerstood, make* the JbaMe-tferMsl lock-stitch, A«« self- Tegalatlng tensions o n * take-up , and urill do the w h o l e range of family toor* w i t h o u t change. The «• Domestic »» i» made in the moat durable manner, with eonieal steel •earing* and compensating journal* throughout. DOMESTIC PAPER FASHIONS. ' These popular J*A.rTrn&TfN& for ladles', misses', and children's dress, are out on a system superior to any in use, and can be understood by an y one. Full directions and illttttrations on each envelope. Send Five Cente for Illustrated Cata- logu* of l O O O Fashion*. DOMESTIC Sawing MaoWno Co., Hew York. .. JUL!.' PAINT GLOBE WbitcLeadaniJHixedPaintCo. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. Those Paints are mixed, ready for ON. any *\\\\*Qp or color, mid told lu Buy quaulltlM from One Quart to a Barrel. If. •9 US' Si \" '••: : • \"N. WAGES...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 September 1878

%4 tflA^XsG^A* AJ COLONEL C5. •'Inter Ocean,\" Greenback Club, at Auttinfill Being A. PIERCE OF THE Addresses -tLa^Repnblicau aware that there are yet a few Republicans living in Door county who still grasp the old party flag, wo publish the following from the Inter Ocean for their benefit, as they have no journal in this county that gives them what the''Infer. Ocean calls *'true Republicanism\" as near asdaes |be EXPOSITOR. Here's theex- sV tracts of the speech: I N D EPliN D EN T V , \"The speaker alluded at the outset to the bard times thai have afflicted the peo- ple for four years, showing how the conn- try exhausted itself in its mad craze to pay off its gigantic indebtedness, in some years actually paying $13,000 an hour the year round, day and night, and said Wat, j .though the war was undoubtedly respon- sible for much of the trouble, it was a question whether we had not brought con- siderable of the present embarrassment . upon ourselves by unwise legislation. He ' believe...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 September 1878

THE HIIX-FABS* • * B I I . W. BO0HDILLOK. ItlstlmetoarooMiisfromillunber, For the peaks areforsaken of Bight, And the ran of their'wtldeting number Vo fear now to find not a footing In the aluulow on slipperycrag. Or tostamMe attorrenteuprooting Of pine tree or jag. Bee each •at£h-fire far of the foemen lea smoke, that all night waa a apark, Xetoa hall li triumphant, the omen! Xtelf hopes dashed and darkI Quicktohone, ere the daylightbestronger, Labour steel, blue aa true blood, should seem To torn traitor with lolterina longer, -And betray us by gleam I Ifow by rook and by chasm we thunder, On, on, to the pass In the hills. - « Where the sheer rocks are parted asunder, And the White torrent spills. . For there, 'twUtthe black walls uprising, A boat may be barred by a score: - And there, save for traitor's surprising, WIQ our bands be before. OB, en, with a thunderous clanging, Through the echoing gorge* we go, Height* a thousand feet oyer us hanging, Depths a thousand belpw. And ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 September 1878

THE FINANCIAL QUESTION. Speech of Hon George H. Pendleton at Columbus Ohio. Some Figures to Substantiate His Posi- tion-~Plea for a Greenback Currency. At Columbus, O., on the 10th inst., Honi George H. Pendleton addressed a large ' audience upon the question ot finance. He said: The people of Ohio are so accustomed to discussion of the financial questions that they need no repetition of axioms or rudi- mental propositions. I have endeavored to eliminate the very gist of the discussion. \" With manf words you confuse wisdom,\" but here, with whatever contradictions or variety of expression, or differing degrees of importance attributed to particular branches, there are a few propositions gen- erally admitted, and a few other proposi- tions steadily maintained, • ' • . ' • 1. Secretary Sherman, in his speech at Toledo said: \" From the diversity of our wants we must have different kinds of money to measure great wants and little wants.' We must have coin money and pa- per money, and ...

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 — 27 September 1878

Jfi&&&$&^^ kf&ieWrxj. ti.'.,l*J .''.». -.!*' i-v-^jftiHtti^ 'A\"Y'''ti&fr\\ \\ THE EXPOSITOR. • K'W,. TEAMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ':$£jp Year (la iUlfi»t«)v..........l.„.,......| i so Three \" 5i^«, Six month* .. .*,............i.^X.i:..^....'i». t o» WURGECWr'i^ttmtitfi. SBPT. 27.1878. SPABIS AND FLASHES. o c o c o o o e o o o The prospects-are fair, that we will have a good \"Fair.\" Mr. F. J. Hamilton is expected home early next week. But didn't it blow though, for two or three days this week, The frosts of last week caused great damageto the-gardens. Considerable wheat has been sown in ihis county during the present month. Mr. Lindsieyh been quite ill for the last ten days, with^an attack of remittent fever. . _ ... ,-.^v .-. Farming is, a buriness, and requires a business education. Qet it at La Cros»e College • % N ' Mrs. H. Graham, hasbeen in the village a few daya this week, visiting friends and relator**. Mr. Chas. Masse and Michael Welter are off ...

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 — 27 September 1878

THE MSLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Make the greenback! a legal tender (or all does —Ihey cost1 th8e peoplec nothing! Abolish the r^SSJLS \"* ' t m w W h t*18 People are taxed »127,000,000 a year! Why give the privilege to a corporation toget money on bonds for nothing, •wijlenyUiattighttoknlndividualwho holds a •ondj This government has been run for die benefit o!the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers) The greenback party proposes to run it inthe interest v the People and Labori national Greenback County and As- sembly Convention. A. National Greenback County and Assembly Convention of delegates from the ssve a! tow • e or Door ..'ounty, will be hold at the Village Hall, in Sturgeon 'ay, Monday evening, October 7tb, 1878, at 7:30 o'clock. Each town will be entitled to one delegate for every 50 voteB or fractiou thereof cast at the last general election which will give the following number of delegates: Bailey's Harbor......-..«! Brassels a Clay Banks a Egg Harbor 2 Forestville 2 Gardner 1 Gibralta...

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 — 27 September 1878

THE EXPOSITOR MWrf:. •- BRIEF QHNB«flHBSÂ¥OBl£iaN N0TK8. • famfte&if&faiii eff^sjsjfr.\"rejtake.then*. The , 5 T ^ % ^ , i f p -'IkjmlWlfded^ndJ^pttfred^e fortrew of Bihacs. v ' » can unless unjlwapecial overruling circam* \" stances.••.'. ~^^S' . - Mas. 'Co$$fj$fpt London, who became notoriona in connection with the famous ^ t a m murder mystery some years ago, is _ •-'diadi-'•'.'..••--..*•* ,• .»' •^:. ._, ' .,. •',.,. \"'. s ,ft!rfliB mojrt friendly relations exist between the Albanian league and Servian and fron- *^ \"tfotfboir ind Melody/the Fenians, were discharged from flie Portland (Eng.) prison on the 17th inst.7 and immediately embarked for New York, on the steamer Moselle. THE Austrians have burned Brczka on the Save, because of the treacherous con- duct of the inhabitants. IT is clearly intended to crush resistance in Bosnia by overwhelming masses. Bercka , on the Save,3 is being bombarded. Russia has nrged Austria to declare the annexation •of Bosnia. Austri...

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 — 27 September 1878

BUT ONE X I T T L B WORD. My darling! my-darling! mydarlingl l)o you know how I want you-to-nightT The wind passes, moaning and snarling like some evil ghost on Us flight— On the wet street your lamp'sgleam shines redly, You are sitting alone—did youfltart '.,' As 1 spoke?-i-dia yott goM'ktthk deadly Chill pain in my heart? Out here, where the dull rain is falling. Just once—iuat a moment—I wait Did you hear the sad voice that was calling ' Your name as I paused hy.the gate? It was just a ntere breath—ah! I know, dear, Not even love's ears could have heard But, oh! 1 was hungering, so, dear, For one little word. Do you think I am ever without you? Ever loae for an instant your face, Or the spell that breathes alway about you, Or your subtle, ineffable grace? Why, even to-night, put away, dear, From the light of your eyes though I stand, I feel as I linger and pray,- dear, - The touch of your hand. Once again with its wonted careaslr It soothes my deep wound like a j Once again with ...

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 — 27 September 1878

WAflT^Q Retail-pncVjipoo' diiiy'S275 Pa+. Washington* J C .,-'\"• '.. .\"I Jr*X*UJEll9 lor Or»»ns,rie #^40 Only, QSJ i Cabt . Eatla hnirino- »rf»iflfitwl liis (V.iinln-- i'aper free. IA»I K. B*ATTVWagingion, N . j . t V!*1*\" f*«a uayiug wueniea uis coatiiry . ^ , v :: ..-.__-__-! lnegtimable by deeie\\n tlmbars at the ', FancyvCards.withA.,-t...„... name ,lOe.v Plain or. Gold mhirth hf *W» ilii_-:_ w»»i ^RU'i.r r •Â«Â«*»««•__••' —• y - ^ ^2htJJH«c.HnH*Co., Hud-j raoHl « P« *«? M«ssi»tpp« «»» eiy. proprses doing itlirtllfart-ter serried In the sajiic j lfaejof ^Ich^bie ia undeiHtt^ly the toaster) I ffl^^^ajftib«t channel of the river from «______ C Fancy Cards wit h nam e ,10c.: , Plain or. Gol d a.UlH*yle# Att*mitn 1«e . Hn H * Co. . Hnd - IOC, id0*8. Outfit lofc Turner'Card Co., AshUutd, ! Dr. C. E . Shoemaker's Book on Deafness and ! Diseases of the Kar and their proper tre-tmeot— (specially Bunning Ear. Bow to (ret Immediate relief from all the unpleasan...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 October 1878

(J C C A i L- ANOTHER WAR. •JUL... U* - Tr»able Apprebrai«d krtwxm RM1M4 »^d the I AfghaalRtaH. If War Eaaiwi, Raula will observe the SameItratralUr that K«». land did. Dariaff the Late War. Advlcei from India Leave little Boem for Hope • That the Afghaalntaa Affair* Will be Settled PeaecTallr. ST. PKTKR3BDRO, Sept. 27—The ' ATwve Vremia reports that Lord Salisbury has asked what is the object of the Russian mission to the Ameer of Cabul, and what position Russia intends to assume..regard- ing. Afghanistan. The Goloi says tho report is probably correct, but needs confirmation. It thinks Russia will reply that Russia does not feel bound to explain the object of the mission, and that in the event of a war between Kagland and Afghanistan she will observe the same degree of neutrality that was ob- served by England during the lute war be- tween Russia and Turkey. A correspondent at Berlin states that Russia w:ll permit her merchants and manufacturers to sell arms and ammuni- tion t...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 October 1878

THENATIVES. BY MABY KYLE DALLAS. When Mr. Tony Dibbon-' of- dry goods store, New York, went into the country for a holiday, he had no in- tention of hiding his light under a bushel. He had not bought his new summer suit, and made himself irresisti- ble to the fair sex, with Alaska dia- monds, to go to grandmother Dibhon's, and fish on the bank of Swan creek, and take his cousin Bally to singing-school. He had a hearty invitation to spend his vacation there, but he did not mean to take it: when there was Stickup's hotel, jammed full of people, where if he was content with a small box next the roof, he could be accommodated very cheaply, considering how stylish the place was. He calculated that lie could afford two weeks of it, and two weeks was all he could have anywhere. So one morning Stickup's stage emptied him out at the piazza, and all the young ladies with 'big hats, who had come out to see if there were any letters for them, or if dear grandpa had come down—or for some, such e...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 4 October 1878

ANOTHER BROADSIDE., Speech of Gen. S. P Cary at Port Hnron, Mich. An Eloquent Appeal in Favor of Green- backs. On the 31st ult., Gen C. F. Cary, the noted finance reformer, delivered an ad- dress before an immense and enthusiastic concourse of the citizens of Pt. Huron, Mich., and Burrouhding country. , Mr. Gary, spoke for three hours and ten min- utes. The following is a detailed report of the speech, which needs no com- ments: ' I n the last four week s I have addressed audiences daily in your state without a day's interruption, and am no w in this city to talk of the duty you owe to your country. I shall appeal'to your reason and judgment. I am addressing old Democrats and Eepub- licans with au equal amount of honesty in each. Whether Democrats or Kepublicans, yo u want to save the country, and hand over to your children this republic as pure as a bride dressed for her husband. The day is not far distant when the Democratic and Eepublican parties will be united. The Democratic pa...

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 — 4 October 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. TEfiSfS OF SC/JB SCRIP TWN. One Year (fa advaaee) Six months\" Three -•* ....$1 50 75 AP • HOT FAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS APTBR SUBSCRIBING: •ne Year •_ „ »ix month*......:::::::::::: :::::: :::::::^ £ • Did .you get a premium • Pic nics have lost their attraction for the season 1878. Plenty of rain to soften up the ground for fall plowing. Daylight is hard run to get twelve hours out of twenty-four these times. Wild ducks are making their appear ance iu these parts in large numbers. If yotf want to gather any autumn leaves this season, it is about time you were at it It is surprising to see the symptoms of Void age\" which the flics display now-a- day*. ' *. Or MpEachaih arrived home Wednes- day, from a visit among relatives and friends iu the East. J. C. Pinney announces himself as a can- didate for the office of county surveyor in to-day's EXPOSITOR. .•QTMandel'B is the plnqe to buy the most goods for the least amount of money Call and seH for yourself. Mr. Thomas Reyno...

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 — 4 October 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. TVBUtHBD KyKRTxriUDAT C. X. XASTm, SOtTOB AND PBOP'B. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all duet -they cost the people nothing! Abolish the «.o~?™ nr2ank8' /0.r w3i\\?ht h e !,e°P,e *re ux«d fULOOO.OTO a year! Why *'*• the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothins. and deny that right to an individual who holds » » bond? This government has been run for the beneBt of the Shyi'icks and' Go.ld Gamblers! The •finback party P^Poaes to rnn it inthe interest •w the People and Labor] ' - ramie \"National Greenback Comity and As- sembly Convention. A. National Greenback County and Assombly Convention of delegates from the s-ve al tow . s of loo county, will be held at the Village Hall, in Sturgeon bay. Monday evenine, October 7th, 1878. »t 7:30 o'clock. Each town will be entitled to one delegate for every 50 votes or fraction thereof cast at the last general election which will give the Mlowingjiumber of delegates: -91'Fackso- port, Bailey's Ha...

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 — 4 October 1878

THE EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY , WISCONSIN. ItfEWS IN BRIEF A CoNSTAHT^r^^i difipntch reports some of the leadingilnwiah authorities in eastern , Boumelia openly declare they will resist any alteration in the\" administration which they have established. \". A DISPATCH from Airola, Switzerland, at the southern mouth of'St. Gothard tunnel, reports that'three cases of gunpowder for • blasting in the tunnel exploded on the 25th' inst, and that ten workmen were instantly killed and several terribly injured. ! ' A DISPATCH! from from Calcutta says when the British mission was refused pas- sage, the commandant of Alimusjid told Major Cavaguari but for personal friendship he would shoot him on the spot. \"War be- tween England and'Afghanstan is believed to be inevitable. . ' . . . THE ^volcano of Cotopaxi is again in a state of' eruption, throwing out immense clouds of smoke and ashes, which can be seen from Guaqoquil. The eruption is the most violent that has been known for some years. A SERI...

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 — 4 October 1878

PROVIDE a shelter for the young stock before the sights get cold. ' E UB a little soft soat on the creaking gate or barn door hinges, and stop the unnecessary noise and wear. MANY times florists, instead of remov- ing a plant to a larger pot, simply wash the soil from the roots, and return it to the same pot, but in»a new soil. IT is 'well to look out for the new strawberry bed. Do not Wait for rain, but set the plants properly, and they will be ready for the first shower that comes. T HE suggestion is made that by rub- bing a horse with a decoction of walnut leaves the flies maybe kept at a distance and a vast amount of energy which is now expended through the muscle of the tail will go into the horse's legs. T HE American Bee Journl says: This month (September) promises to be a busy one for bees. The buckwheat yield will be large, and golden rods and fall flowers promise a good yield. Get all the box honey possible, for it sells much more readily than extracted. \"Keep all coloni...

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 — 4 October 1878

O T A ' - A W O Retail, price $1000 otily $J?5 Par J i i A V M W lor Organs, price $140 only i,} \"' IIKL F. B«ATTY Washington, N.J 1 Piper -'syce.0 DA N The Lightest Running, The Simplest, The Most Durable, The Host Popular SEWING MACHINES. It is easily understood, makes the double-thread loek«stltch, has self* regulating tensions and talce-up, and teiltdo the Whole range of family work w i t h o u t chans *. The «* Domestic »» *• made in the most' durable manner, with conical steel dear Inge and compensating journale throughout* DOMESTIC PAPER FASHIONS. Thess popular T?A.rFrTttTlV{& for ladies', misses', and children'* dree*, ure eut on a system superior to any in use, and can be understood by an y one. Full directions ami illustrations^ on each envelope. Send Five Cents foe illustrated Cata- logue of I O O O Fashions. DOMESTIC Sewing Machine Co., New York. PAINT G L O B E S Wie Leadamjiietf PaintCo. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. Them Faints ara mixed, ready for use, any •hade...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 October 1878

• • „_I_J m? •4SSS MARCHING ON. **•[..**** «f ArfkaalnUaArts U« Trlkal Coiadlfl fbr IMHUM* U flfkt tke British. TrikM MUKktrlBf UO,m ffktl»f MM tWfM4 to «kt ealU »a*r Baflltk art I***? BtglmaU ateMfef • *• U* fr^Uer. If *•*»•Â«* i. \"\"' t willaaaexa Part «f 9mtk«r« ..• .Tar*•Â»UB ..-.'.\", IN BE VWm PIN T pl*t*,gftteriag *» tfw wnMiht, drawn up iaMllM^H»»«W0Sti««MinaUi length- At tht w*r4 *^MW*W the w*oto itMted ** natti Hw Mme M i kdtod ahaip and un- uamu%t** ********* \"to\"*' LONDON, Oct $.—A. Cabinet council will be held Saturday, probably t© discuss In- dian affairs~ ttiftbti/y New, in it« lead- er, says it is probable that the advance of « » ttrmy Into AfgtaaUtjm h»m *£$. post- poned anWN6?: 1,'BO that we will ooly be able to get at far as Jellalabad before winter thoroughly sets in. LoOTK»K,]Oet. 2.~In tfew of a possible winter campaign in Afghanistan, the im- mediate dispatch of bedding and extra clothing for troops in India has been or- dered. The adm...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 October 1878

TJMEXPQSITOR y •*waw^nw».wT^SSSS«asag^wj mfi& Kiiii ^^m^sm^: .mitsgs .THB schooner yatch Okoreata, of Cleve- land, 32 feet long, arrived in the Hudson WferoTrthe^ifltt^ter^vovage^itwelve- .thejUufkasa^ Stephen rod* toHiyt miLztzjisuid! hmm ?gjii — *%«}' ^'^:• :r.^tefi^Mti3iiis^]kocki^ •sw^v'sJACAMBL,'.wait Indies, WaVwitedby\" v, „ jffro *$ile1iTO^I^^gW*i«#jthe har- ^^g^ l0 rtabdmanyhm««destroyed ' , ' ^MiPltOff^froiE KawoJwBUtes that a -- ' ^^ttn#B^*««lnft Cabnl will begin imme- ajftSMi «imU*r djspatoh repgrja that no* {t«aJaBnui4*tiont» y«t,b«en received from •-ritmJHljjfc. ^^faMng d^wtf^dtbat i i#*AmȤr i f jwueMWg M s forces front all' ,,^iwr|er»,tpoppose the^dvanclwof ,«»«•Â§•• \"port SSO death* there: froaaehelexa out of a population of 7,00*), between the 17th. and 19th of September, and fwnvsixty to,.f even^ '\" fyia^^V^ui±i^qi^^.^^.. ..' ,,,. J,. THB.City qt Glasgow bank closed its doors. 000,000. Thejiabiltty of the snarehofders 11 nnlimited*, |M| b...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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