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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 June 1877

Monsieur Paburon remained standing, leaning against the chimney-piece. . \"You know why I have come?\" asked the girl. With a bend' of the head, he made a sign which meant \"Yes.\" He was battling with himself. tJould he resist her? Could he refuse supplies? tions when they came from such amoutht \"It was only yesterday that-1 knew all about it,\",continued' Clare \"they kept it from me without my dear old governess, I wouldn't have .known it even now. Oh, what a night I have passed! I was quite overwhelmed at first but directly I heard that it was you who was directing all in- quiries, my fear* were dissipated.\" Then she added, in a tone of confidence. \"You'll get him off, of course!\" The magistrate was silent. He half-ad- mired, half-pitied her girlish simplicity— her pure faith, that doubted nothing. \"And if I tell you, Mademoiselle d'Ar- lange,\" he commenced, \"that the Viscount is not innocent?\" She half rose, with a gesture of protesr tation. \"If I tell you that he is g...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 June 1877

KSPOSITOR STTPFLIMENT, JUNE 22, 1877-10 |H^iN ^DKrECTiVEr /:' ^:^JiC |pfiSPEI\\ATE' DEED.:.. . 5 t ^Si|pRSKINE• BOYD.'' • ' , ' J ' ^ 1 W B $ F * ' T H E STOLEN CHILD,\" \" D M {J^ ^?'J^.J?!B«'ritwB,\" &c, &c/ Continued frm last week. \"Hecilled this morning,\" said the girl, \"when you were away, «ir, and he looked very grave indeed. He came back again half an hour ago, and he ia still in mis- sus's roOm.\"• '•.. \"All right—I'll see him. If anyone calls, show them into my study—here'* the keyirand call me directly.\" In entering the sick room, Noel saw d£ a glance that no change for the better had occurred during his absence. The sick woman, with close-shut eyes, and convulsed face, was lying on the bed in mortal agony. One might have thought her dead, were it not for the sudden movements of the pale hands, and the raising of the counterpane from time to time, as she moved .her limbs in pain. He bent his head and whispered in f trembling voice, \"Well—how is she?\" . Th...

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 — 29 June 1877

THE EXPOSi-rORl PHARLES I JW.ARTIN, EdKtor and. ProprIetor . PttMlitod lr«7 May, t T V M M I BAT, WISCOKSIS. •^W)itife^JiM^^Wi*tiw^#il*^ : TERMS OF SUM SCRIP TION: One Year (las4fiflMsfc& .\"....ti 50 Six month* \" \" ^ E . « T h r e e \" \" «* .................„...:. 40 IF HOT \"PAID ONTO. 3 MOMTMS AFTBK SUBSCRIBING: OneUjiar.--™. i.... ....teoo Six uapths. i oo I N D E EE N DEN T. T h e \"World Our Field Sturgeo n Bay. Ou r Horn* T n « Interests of. the People of Door County Out Aim . Vol 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, June 29,1877. No. 37 THE RED DANUBE! COLORED WITH THE BLOOD OF RUSSIANS AND TURKS. An Unsuccessful Attempt to Cross Near Rust- chuk. Men, Women and Chil- dren Blown to Atoms in the Streets. LA.BWB BODIES OF TROOPS ABE ALREADY OH THE TURKISH SIDK OP THE DANUBE. Ibrail, Ualatx and Kalafatthe Flrnt Crossing Places, at which Places a Yery Pew Turks were Found. The Czar, Ctarowiti aid Grind Dike Iteholas, Inspect u l Cross the Bridge at 1 brail. OOTRO...

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 — 29 June 1877

WMm0M KiWiiiii y$s$&-' BAY,wis. •m 1'•Â«&** IP.'OF-THE « • * , ' = . ^ * i b i ) B Mw&p isthe only Stateon the Union ,which requires-JUs -..Governor to p^siiSe'o^r ttie J e n a ^ That body is exercised as ijto whether the presiding ^w»hanvbo addressed as Mr. Prelim -o^i»n- the-old form of .\"May i t please your Excellency.'' ZZ^fM'SM^JJifawiil be one of the most solemn occasions a t Fort Leaveri- ^ r t h , Kan., ever known there since the rebellion. I t will be marked by the re- ception of the bodies of thirteen of the officers of the gallant Seventh Regiment of Cavalry who fell with GeneralCuster in the memorable massacre of the 23d of «J[une,.i876. '•.. ...' V \" . . ' ^ . i^wsiiFi ^ THE EAST. WHITEFISH and trout are taken dn such quantities in Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, that the markets of Canada and • Rochester are glutted. One Rochester dealer was so over-burdened with the toothsome f$bd that he recently gave the Superintendent of the Poor enough to sypjply for t...

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 — 29 June 1877

,.,.,'.•• J U N E . . V C v-v Come and watch the morning break Aca«ss the xaisty riTerl ' : Everj- *«lgy leaf awake, And every -wave i-quiyer. \"Underneath the bjnQing sky A thousand .tuneful •voices. •Every pulse is beating high, 'And everything rejoices. Garden berbs their perfumes shed, The artichokes flare yellow Poppy leaves blush rosy red, » A]id harvest pears grow mellow. \"What a din, within the pines, The noisy crows are keeping, Nods the grain in wavy lines, Soon ripe enough for reaping. Byithe cherry trees is heard A red and ceaseless dripping: In the vines the humming-bird Keeps up his tireless sipping. Who can ever weave to rhyme This riot of the roses? Or sounds that in the summer-time Break in on our reposes ? Brightly falls the morning light, Softly falls the dew of even Silently the balmy night Shuts the gates of heaven! AGRICULTURAI NOTES. Feeding: Swine in Summer/ Now the true way to fatten pigs, at any season of the year, is to give a por- tion of coarse food,...

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 — 29 June 1877

m. Special Meeting of the County Board fe ^ Res. No. 9. B y I k & Spring ^Resolved^ thatthe X)ist Attorney.be, and he ii hereby authorized to take the necessary S,rodsedings t6 compel the County'Judge, . J t Wright, to deliver up the Wisconsin Reports belonging to the county, now in his office, and that the r clerk furnish tlie Dist. Attorney with a copy of Uiis resolution. On motion Res, 9, wai: adopted and con- curred in by the Board. v* Res. No 10. B y H . G. Sring. V • • Resolved, that the C6unty Clerk be, and is hereby instructed to publish in two newspapers published il* this county, the report and bal- ance sheet of Investigating Committee on the accounts in the County Clerk's and County Treasurer's offices, and that he furnish a copy to each of the papers for that purpose. On motion Res. No. 10, was adopted and and concurred in by the Board. Report of Committee. Mr. Chairman: Your committee to whom was referred the petition of E.. M. Thorp, asking the Board to cancel cer...

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 — 29 June 1877

|THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ——BY- — ' . - ' ' ' - CHARLES I . XARTIK, ^TURGEON ^ATf. ]VlSCONSIN. There is every prospect that work will*be resumed at several navy yards soon after the 1st of July, when the appropriation for the jrext fiscal year becomes available. There are tkree vessels now on the stocks which can soon be finished and ready for.sea. They are the Nipsic at \"Washington, Galena at Norfalk, and Mohican at Mare Island. The two last named are to carry eight guns each, and the Nipsic six. It is ,the intention of the Secretary of the Navy to use the appropriation of the next fiscal year for the repair and preservation of vessels, maintnarice of the navy, 4c and not apply it to the liquidation of debts con- tracted by the Department before he came into office on account of insufficient appropria- tions, and thus exhaust the ,whole appropria- tion before the fiscal year shall haw half expired. From Sevastopol. To the Editor of the Expositor : This town was well r...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 29 June 1877

^ ^ » 5 ^ ! ^ & * f t h »**Meairta opQii tho hills. i ' •*»****»P)«dcff IntoduBkjr aplcndow win, v ^ndsiiltfyglory nil the beaten o'erfill*. # 1 ^^whi#a^»]£*tir Bmid^uocorn rt ti^ shorn i.T--i v-^^'\"'r»*«tl1 * Notalow^ripply shivers through the loavess Since.,, wrapped in gold anil crimson gleams un- /v^^e ^hinjslhnmgh*'tlie east, the regal morn «o throated twitterings gurgle round the eaves. Wooded In sunnysilence sleep, tb« kjne ••! - ,_«languid murmurs brookfetofloatand flow The quaint farm gables in the rich light shine, A&d round them jamlned honeysuckles twine, -—-and close beside them sim-fl6wers barn and blow, Anillthe growing heat t lie me down _ And iflto visions swarms the nioted air ulearos up before me many a famous town, Pillared and crested with a regal crown Oittsnimmeringiti an orient purple glare.' Xpl lowly Tadmore burning in its sands— . Banlbeok aud Babylpn I see slow streams Gliding by mosque and minaret—seo gleams Of seas in sunset—Klips o...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 29 June 1877

BATTUE. ' Heavy and solemn, A cloudy column. X^ough the green plain they marching come .•- :' measureless spraed, like a table dread, For the wild grim dice of the iron game, , Looks are bent oh the shaking ground, Hearts'beat low with a knelling sound Swilt by the breast that most bear the brunt, Gallops the Major along the front, «pHaJt!\" And fettered they stand at the stark command, And the warriors silent, halt. Proud is the blush of morning glowing, What on the hill-top shines in flowing? \"See you the foeinan's banners waving?. We see thefoenian's banners waving!'' ** Godbe with, your children and wife!\" Hark to the uiusic-^-the drum and fife- How they ring through the ranks, which thev rouse to the strife? '. -. • Thrilling they sound, with their glorious tone, Thrilling they go through the marrow and bone! Brothers, Goa grant' when this life is o'er, I n the life to come that we meet once more! See: the smoke, how the lightning is cleaving asunder! Hark!.the guns, peal on...

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 — 29 June 1877

•mm mm^^S0M^ m$: c jirtt \\^jreusa trials ' S 3 h ^ ? y ^ Y ^ already com- meuced to alioot fire drackws, \\^.^i^e 'tagr Pemaukee, of Pensaulcee, called : at this port Tuesday afternoon Read \"Notice ot Unclaimed Property\" in another column in this paper. W^ F.Overholt upon our \"Streets again yesterday afternoon. • Hton, Capt. Hart, of the steamer North '.' WestdOa our thanks for a call Tuesday, We noticed Wm. Babtist, Jr., of Pen- saukee, upon our streets Tuesday after- ' •'. noon './\" • \" The latest investigator gives Jerusalem 9,0Ck) Cajristians, 13,000 Jews, and 15,000 Mohammedans. Texas beef is sold tor fourteen cents a pound in London, and for fifteen cents in Galveston, Texas.~~.' Mosquitoes are fairly in blossom. The prospects ar« for the largest yield ever har- vested in this section. Picnic parties at Virginia City, Ncv., climb to the top of a mountain 8,000 feet above the sea level. Whithy Peie, numbers with several other small schooners that were in port the fore pa...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 29 June 1877

PARISIAN DETECTIVE OR A D E S P E R A T E D E E D . • BY ERSKIN E BOYD. . AVTHOIS OF \" T H E STOLEN CHILD, \" \"D m VEX FKOM HOME, \" &C, &C. Continue:i from last week. the letter Albert had thrown into the fire. It'must have oeen concerning this very let- ter that he had used the words, *'S'ic can. tzat resist //.v.'\" \"Don't you think it would have been better, mademmoisellc,\" he said, after a pause, \"if the Viscount had told me all this at first, and so have avoided painful scandal and useless inquiry?\" The girl raised her head proudly. '\"It .seems to me that a man who'really loved and respected a woman, would hard- ly own—uuless be had received her con- sent—that she had granted him a private interview. ~A man ought rather die than betray the honor of a wmnn. To use a slang phrase, the magistrate was \"shut, up.\" \"I have still one more favor to ask you,\" he said, meekly. \"It's a mere formality, but a painful \"one—that isf, that you will repeat all that you hav...

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 — 6 July 1877

HE EXPOSITOR, PH ARLES J, ^VIARTIN, Ed!itor and proprietor. • - — — - c o o / ) ••• ' .'• : PttWished Erwy Friday, \"'AT-. - - UBGEOK BAY, : : - : WISCONSIN, TERMS OFSUBSCRIPTION: e Year (In advance) . . x months \" \" , * . * . . . . . . . . . . »ree ,k *•.',. -.'.'V:•,.-........— — $ l 5° '--- 75 -\"..:. 40 NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING ne Y e a r . . . . . . . . — - . . .......*., ..\"...$» 00 x m o n t h s . . „ . . . . . . ! , . . . . . - .« . . . . . . ' 1 00 I N DEPENI)EN T . T h e W o r l d Our Field Sturgeo n Bay Our H o m e Tno^itere*t8 of toe Pooplo of Poor County Our Ah A RUSSIAN ROUT. hat is What has Taken Place at Kars. he Turks Tried to Kill the Czar. Vol 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, July 6, 1877. No, 38 OWAND WHEN THE RUSSIANS CSOSSED The Turks tnrn Upon the\" Christians at Rustchuk. .' • . T h e Russians are Pressing on to the Balkans . After an Engagement of Kine Honm, Tlrnova, the Ancient Capital, Falls. The largof Resident Population o...

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 — 6 July 1877

IffF iisii 0*1 AFTER THE COUNCIL. rWtheBuffal untuon£h6U« M r . D » T i d O i ^ , ^ pfcP£$rtto ^t^^m^ym^^:i.v!. sv .,.t.. . ..^ . . ..,., _ \"Andftilent are the tongues that spoke 'Gone,tw,the.du»kygho»tawhosbfeet : . :- ' ^r^Bpiftrtr »0HUstenltiK IMeket stirred v o xUnscarodwithln its covertmeet v&%Bnt:tbo«j OViuley.swcot and lone! Glen of thoitainbow! thou sholt hold :k r Its Romance as thine o*n. ^:Th6ughta of thtno\"ancient forests prltao Shall iKrtnetltnes haunt my summer dreams, Andshape to low poetic rhymo, . . . • . • H ^^eiAu^:of,Uiy.BtreamB.' v., ^Whon Indian Summer flings her cloak ':^Of brocdinff aiiiireon the woods, -'v-'---:Theifctl}GMt*'*uibh^fol 8hail tinge thy solitudes. / • The blue smoke of their Area once morq : Far o'er the hills shall seem to rise, And sunset's goldon clouds restore : : .:^^ '-''3?ie^.&)an!8iMu«dl«9,. :- Strange sounds of a forgotten tongue ' . '^: /:vV'VSbaU''cllnKto'inaniracTagandcaTc.' : In wash of falling waters sung, Or m...

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 — 6 July 1877

AN HOUR WITH SUMMER. BY KEV. T. HEMPSTEAD, I wandered out -vriUi a little child When all the land was green, Upon a day of early June, The sweetest evef seen Above lis in the feathery elms The flashing oriole told \" To all the world of happiness In svllablea of cold, Aud shining southward to our right, - The willoy river rolled. a God held the great hills in his hand, He bathed them in his light, They glittered like giant emeralds, It was a blessed sight, Aud incense irose from censers, wrought Of pearl and chrysolite Through the blue meadows of the air • The swallows dipped and gleamed, And down thebeechen woodland's edge \" The brave king-fisher screamed The robin brooded on her eggs Amid the kahnia green,. And saw us pass with two dark eves,- Eyes' dark and large and keen— We felt the heaven within our blood And all the land was green. The violets everywherelike flakes Of sky in the turf were set, And every eye with a tremulous tear Of silver or pearl was wet: The columbines hun...

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 July 1877

'^f^I$& ygm STRR(JEON BAY* JITLM 6v 1877. $[frpfcp Trustees. COURT! 0FF1CEBS. 0. A. MASSE,County Treasurer, : A, D. TBOBP, Cotinty^Clerk. J HOOLE. Sheriff. B.tt WRIGHT, CountyJudge. D.A :R»«i), TM«lWet Attorney, CHBinlUMmis, Clerk of the Court. , • JA« KXOGH JBV, Peglster of Deeds. • r ' DAKiEtSj Superintendent or Schools. ^W.H.WAHWSi County Surveyor. . , H» Q. SWUNG, Chalrm«t)Jof the, Board of .Strjj'ris. TO* Jl OFFICERS 0FSTUE6I0JT ^ T : Jdliif KoTBS, Chairman. . £ u A. THOMPSOH, Treasurer., . , .': RiM. WRIGHT, Clerk. .:\"-y' - • • \" VlLLAfiE OFFICERS OF STUiUiEON BA.Y: JOHM LiiTUEM, President. A w. IkwSKfoB, CHBXS LKOHHAKDT, . AawotD WAGKNER, Mnra RIEKT, Jl.N.BacOlf, T. H. SMITH, . • j . . ,. .• J. T. WRIGHT, SfapervfBor, L, M, WABHBCRK, Treasurer. F. J. HAMILTON, Clerk. J. C. PIHK«T, Justice. - ' W*. WAOBSIB, Marshal. THOMAS 8COTT, Street Commissioner and Ward Jo« STBOH, Pound Master. COUHTT BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: JOHHT Nona. Sturgeon Bay. J. 1\\ WRIOHT, Sturgeon B...

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 July 1877

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAJK 1CH1RLBS I. MARTIN, v ^ T U R G E O N / ^A-T. ^r/lSCONSIN. ° Thai Sleodcan war scheme having met with no favor from the country, seems to be aban- doned by its projectors The exhibitors in the Permanent Exhibi- tion at Philadelphia have voted, 835 to.500, in favor of opening the exhibition on Sundays. Enough is known at Po'st office Department in Washington to show that the receipts for the fiscal year just closing will be about $250,- 000 less than last year. The consolidated United States pension Agencies for Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana will be located at Chicago, Milwaukee, and Indianapolis, respectively. The richest deposit of silver ore yet discov- ered in Maine has been found on Otis Wright's at Wales, and so thick that it can be broken out of the ledge with a hammer. C^All the Americans who have, claims against the Diaz:, government are urging speedy settle- ment. \"^ . The order tb-Qeneral Ord is exciting hostile feelings against th...

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 — 6 July 1877

a &®> U P^BJGEm^A^^lS. GOSSIP M TOE DAY. T HE state of, Maine groans in the spirit landcrieth butforParis green/ The po- tato bu^ ia «poia ner, and of the foods he loyetb. is at stake. GEN. MARIANO ESOQBEDO, of Mexico, was given the title by the State of San Luis Potoai of V Meritorious Citizen,\" but because he supports Lerdo for Pres- ident, the Legislature of S. L. P. has re pealed the act creating the title. morning of the 25thijiM*, swept away nearly the einare ^ fevtnfrtwohniiainga In all werecon&m*ii including all the large shoe manufactories but. three, and the eastern railway depot with six passengerear*. Over fortydwelling houses were burned, the occupants saving but a small portion of the furniture. The destruction of the shoe factories deprives fmndredsof men and women of employment' A carefully prepared list of the losses makes the aggregates-on buildings, $338,000 to oc- cupants, stocks, machinery, furniture, etc.. $175,000 total loss§534,000. ' \"\"'...

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 — 6 July 1877

MY NEIGHBOR. 'Love thou thy neighbor:\" I am mute. He live* across the way, Vnd play* upon the (Jfraian flute Some twenty hours a day. In him I do not waste iuy' labor, „ for even try to Jure my .neighbor. 1 Love thou thy neighbor!\" I am dumb. She lives next dWr to we \\ single dame, with years o'ereome Her age is forty-three. Vh! it wtre surely foolish labor 'or me to try to love ray neighbor. 'Love thou thy neighbor!\" Heaven forfe'nd! He hath of gold galore, Ind at usurious rates doth lend Me small sums of his store. • Mi! wherefore should I squander labor )r waste my loTe on such a neighbor? Love thou thy neighbor!\" Nay, not so This were too much to ask: tfr heart with love is all aglow, but finds a happier task. • \" - . • \" \\.h! not in rain my heart hat h sought her, bu see? I love my neighbor's daughter. i set it away again until the next day, when it will need but little working be- fore preparing it for market. By hand- l i n g m this way you will get a clean, bright ar...

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 — 6 July 1877

Legally and quietly obtained jn every State and Territory, Tor Incompatibility and other causes, no matter Where the party \"resiles. 13 years' experi- ence. Address A . X D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms 8&o, i n Dearborn St., Chicago, III., Unquestion- able^ references'' given. •Gdrii'Spendence with the legal profession invited. ^ 35 to 45 003MCZ?j£LnKTST MADISON WISCONSIN, Insures dwelling, household goods and an kinds ot good insurable property. Kates as low as consistent with safe insurance,/ ASSET S $(60,232.47. Reserve fund deposited with iStaie Treasurer, I. A. JOHNSON President. HAU.K SKEKN.t\\LANi Secretary C. L. Kelson, Agent for, Door County, at A. \\V. Lawrence & Co.'s store, Sturgeon Hay. tti.-consin. . • '. . . 3a _ 4 I y A, W. Lawrence &. Co. siill wish to keep the eyes of the farmers ot Door county turned to- ward the heatltjuar- ters for all articles -which they may need', and will pilot them ever the bro- ken ground to l ' l c old reliable stoic— A, W. Lawr...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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