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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 October 1878

PAPER MONEY. Gold is Merchandise—Greenbacks Are Cur- rency-,Gold Is a Measure, Not a Represen- tative, ol Valne The GreenbackIs a Rep- resentative, Not a Measnre, of Valne. JCntil the advent of. paper money the world had no currency.\" This assertion, in view of an almost-universal belief to the contrary, seems rather heretical nevertheless, when what has heretofore been considered currency is contrasted with what properly deserves that name, it will be found the heresy really con- sists m denying that until the advent of paper money the world had no cur- rency. Nothing canproperly become ourrenoy which is capable of representing a value belonging to itself apart from the value inherent to it as a currency. .Nothing can suitably act as currency unless, like the arithmetical cipher, its importance arises exclusively from its office, so that when separated therefrom it is naught. The true province df currency is to rep- resent what in itself it is incapable of being, viz., -wealth. No...

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 — 25 October 1878

^E-I|X^MR \\7HKMS 6 {Year (fa advance).. Months \" \" -t • ''• ----•.••.•''. '....• 40 C ' A 1 B W N T ' 1 ' 3 MONTHS•.'APTKR SUBSCRIBING: ! SPARKS AND FLASHES. utatoea were introduced into Ireland in 1 l»aaid leUuee should be ,«owa,tbi« fith. •\" • -:J \\fr J ••• *_»/ X ,/J feaviest frout of the season, last Tucs- ) night. ... • fhat which it most plentiful in this |ige is—n bad cold. |r. Michael Hayes, of Egp Harbor, was :*he village last Monday. | short time more, and skating parties I receive the attention of Sturgeon Bay im.. • •' : f idows over fifty: cannot marry again jfeahtigo. In this county widows never -over fifty. -. „ * irs. Nathan Winters, formerly a resi- t ot this place, died at Atlantic, Iowa, »ort time ago. • fope Pius IX received $1,000,000 a yoar 'elerV pence,, while Pope Leo XIII, 1.but $100,000. V ©\"Now is the-time to buy your over- ^8 ana clothing, and Maiidei'a ii theand )e to buy them cheap, for cash et your tickets in season and have a t ou hand.. -...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 October 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. Those Who Did, and Those Who Did ISTof do the Fighting During the Last Rebellion. PUBLISHED EVERY F£1D AT J '/ -' *• ' _' • . • c j ^ i .- - B B S S ' \" ' \" \"^ *~V \"• ^ T ^ i - \" C.I.MABTIM,EDITOS AND PEOP'S. U M I O T II »m Mill M i i f f m u | n ITTTni i m | , JflMfl ir-dflHh M ' \" {••II ' C * -\"V^V Hake the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues —they cost the people nothing 1 Abolleb the National Banks, (or which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a year 1 Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds /or nothing, and deny that right to an individual who hold* K b nd This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gamblers! The re mback party proposes to run it in the interest ol the People and Labor! Geenback Nominations: For Representative in Congress: G.M.STEELE. OV APPLKTOH. For State Senator, 1st. District: H. M. LOO..E,*. OF SHAWANO. COUNTY TICKET: For Member of A«vmtly J. E. HOYT. ' For Sheriff: . J. E. THOftP ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 October 1878

THE EXPOSITOR STtTHOEOJff BAY, WISCONSIN. NEWS* IN BRIEF. GWWBBAI. FOBJfIGN NOTES. TflB glut of cotton goods in Lancashire, England, is simply unprecedented. At Preston, Nimmo's mills with 30,000 spindles, and Sharpie's mill with 32,600 .spindles, have ceased running. Herrocks, Miller A Co., the best known firm in the north of England, bare adopted measures to restrict production in their mills. T HE Ameer of Afghanistan is endeavor ing to raise a religious war among the Mohammedans of central Asia, against England. DIFFERENC E8 have arisen between the English and Russian delegates on the Ser? i vian boundary commission. SIMULTANEOUSLY with the presentation of bis credentials, the Ottoman ambassador to Vienna was ordered to declare to Count Andrassy that the porte would be compelled to oppose, by arms, the advance of Austrian troops upon Noyi Bazar. A PANIC prevails in the iron trade in Great Britain owing to the repeated heavy failures. A LONDON dispatch of the 14th says: Hengh, Ba...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 October 1878

IF cornstalks are to be saved for fod- der they should be cut as soon as the grain is glazed. THE quality of the dung of animals, as ^a^manure, always depends on the quality of the food. . IT is a mistake that wheat needs an unusual quantity of manure, but what it does have it wants at the very surface. WEEDS about the walls and buildings should be cut before permitting them to mature seeds, and burned. A single weed neglected will be a frightful source of evil next season. BOOT crops of all kinds are usually crowded one welldevelped and quickly grown root is better than two or three starved ones.. THE farmer who keeps all the stock his farm will safely carry, and \" feeds them fat,\" soon has fat acres, even if they were not originally so, from the manure returned to the soil. And the fatter the cattle are made the better the soil will become. So fat cattle make fat farmers. GRAVEL, sand or some other similar substance is almost as essential to the fowls well being as is food, and ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 October 1878

PtfRE GUM \\ R U B B IR BOOTS ...»t , . . i iilb r,.„,\\\\ TiielcfrjfrVttY jJOf'UiKrf.'j• , Uu:- !rU ., .... . cliitj) ){!»•Â»tirmif ha«lȣ * f*M,i I 'IM«&. ' bu \"CAN»EE' CO, • ' - ' ' ' '.••\" Mn-U .'.-.'•• VARNISH I'l.eSr WHS, GUM rKX)T8. «ad to ilitfiJi|ciii«t Ili-ra flow th« I'lK'.nwii Hurt. vr'il atffcVli a Itt'lHtKr- LArlfcLnii t-'mffwii of Muting iwa l»Cjf lh» irto-.-riptlon • n y t^ai^K mTTto nor, t. 1877\", GoiKO SOUTHAN1) WEPrT \" •\"- ACC PASS. ACC. • ! . a. «n, p. air. p.m. f.ve M1LW-IT/KICK 9.00 5.JQ ».« ••• ' •'•——' ' p.m. p.m. a.m. , I veSllK»«OYr»*.N 8.00.„ 5.24 1.00 •! Arr M .* Ktk'OwGG. 4.45 0*1 8.U0 • I Y ! A n i t h *? I o d l » n Chief has lieen here to ] inJll J w e the \"Great ' • father\" and l»i» Cabinet! --J AdvlHer? He i* ManUownh, the spirit! --~ j «eer, Chief of the ChipprwHS and w^s ac-: :..-'-! comptiiiied by the Ca'holic miwMon.trv to] phat-trtbe^ w,Uo acted a* tnunselor ami in. • • terpreter. Manitovvib U about fifty, t*t1l...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 November 1878

K^Xd^fiS^' ' Tlie Ti^uM^lii Europe. A WW ftbat Ba«U*-,««ratlftorr ftvparatleit BdagM Tart—I* Beat u farther Faitere Th«Berll..^gpjjjjaMlto A.tJrlp*UA . BMIMSJ Oct. 35.—Tha Minister of Fi- nance a«d a syndicate of Berlin bankers to day sign a-Cont/act for a Prussion 4 per cent lo«n of 50,000,000nmrkav ATHBSS Oct.:a5»-ln^lHgenc6 has been jeoeived frotn tha Turkish frontier prov- ince*, that tW Albanian League. muster- ing U»,000 ooffihatants, is resolved to re- slat tothe death the cession of territory demanded by Greece. ST. PBTKRSBUBO, Oct. 25.—The scnii- official Journal de St. Petersburg com- mentmg oni jthe references to «the Afghan ffumioa In Sir Stafford NdrthiE^te's recent speeches, says: \"If Great Britain is aiui- uig at an extension of its frontier in Asia, an- attempt, to carry out such a policy might easily lead to serious complica- tions.\" LONDON, Oct. 25.—The Rnski Mir says Anftio-Torkish intrages are -on\" foot to spread the Rhodopcinsurrection to Shuni- la. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 November 1878

THEEXPOSITOR N STURGEON BA% WISCONSIN. The Saitern States Sweptby a Tormado —Great Loss of Mfeand\" De- r\" struction of Property. i f e m K Bi^EF. General Demolition of Ch . § I A V I M W A correspondent says tttfaeiatest news be true aflairg new Constantinople are more and more assuming the same semi- hostile phase as before the meeting of the Berlin congress. Turkish troops have been moved into the positions vacated bv^he Banians, and earthworks are being prepared and armed before Constantinople and Gallipoli. The Tnrks are arranging to in- crease their forces and are summoning half* pay officers to active duty. A special committee for defence of the 'capital has been farmed at the Seraskierate. THB damage by inundation on the Dam- ietta branch of the Nile is estimated at $2,« 600,000. Two hundred and fifty lives have been lost The government i» accused of neglecting all precautions against such calamity. MATTHXW BUCHANAN & Co., merchant* of Glasgow, have failed. Liabiliti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 November 1878

SPECIE AND SPECIE PAYMENTS -RESUMPTION. The great pretext that the British gov- ernment made for the laws resulting in a general transfer of the property of\"her people from 1815 to 1725, was to bring the country to a specie basis, or specie payments, so called. Our government functionaries and finance doctors are now making the same pretext for the en- actment of laws leading to the same re- sult. Specie basis or specie payments should be something of great value to cost so much suffering. What is it therefore, and what is it for,? This specie basis or specie payment is a something written down in the books of British science, and from thence, copied into our. Specie is a something that a very few wealthy men, of almost any country, can buy up and hold at will, substantially the en- tire stock in that country, as is done now in the United States. This being done, then if there be no law for any. legal tender paper money in the country but all the money, in order to be good, must be...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 November 1878

WURGrEON BAY, WIS , NOV. 1,1878. SPARKS AND FLASHES, November. Dark nights and chilly. The roada arc beginning to get rough. Bank up your houses before it freezes up. Tu» stores have* all received a stock of new goods. : , ' . ' Potatoes are n scarce article among the farmers this year. Election tickets printed on short notice at this office. Candidates will be at a discount after next Tuesday. The weather during the past w.eek has been cold and blustering. An agreeable call from Mr. H Martin, of Sevastopol, yesterday. The schooner Lucy GtaAam, Capt. Will- iam Graham commander, is in port. • Farmers In need of a new '•Champion\" fanning mill, will do well to call at this office. Wo noticed Master Eddie Lc Clair, of Europe Bay, in town a day or two this week. » A great many hogs are already being •tuck. The pork men get stuck later in the season. . Mrs. F. J. Hamilton has returned heme, after a long visit among • relatives and friends in Illinois. \" Mrs. J. F. Stroh, of\" Minnekau...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 November 1878

THE EXPOSITOR ^ ^ B U i k ^ t y t R Y ' F R I D A Y National Greenback ranks, and are trying to 1 raise again the downtrodden industries of I America! Will the millions of, laborers assist the cause.that is.advocating their rights! If so, forward to your duty! The grtatest obstacle in the way of the new party being crowned with success on the out- set, is the united forces of the money \"power, which have flooded the country with hired servants,/ which strike the\"'industries of the land as does the snake in the grass strike its prey. The hired servants tell the people that the Greenbackers want to flood the country with \"worthless money, and drive gold and silver from the land,\" every word of \"which is false, and said only to blind the people. We do not believe theie is a Greeenbacker, in the OSeNewand Old Iart Shius. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all does -they cost the people nothing 1 Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a year! Why...

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 — 1 November 1878

ISffi Mita BLAND BJpplihg Beach some three years ago had the advantages of quiet and seclu- sion. It was an out-of-the-way place on the Sound, which I believed then 1 had almost discovered. There was a modest, countrified hotel, where food and mos- quitoesmigbt be had at a minimum of cost. With two weeks holiday and an exceedingly moderate amount of money to devote to my pleasures, after due con-' sideration,! had selected Rippling Beach for my fairing. As a third clerk in/the bank, my vacations were few andiar be- tween, and I had determined to .makethe best of the occasion. When/Mr. How- land, the assistant teller, whose business it was to pay theemployes their salaries, had given me my check/he had casually asked me where I was going, and expa- tiated on the charmsTot, Rippling Beach, .and its being one of the lost places on Long Island. / Visitors at the Beach House were, though gqodish people, not congenial. I was indifferent, however, to society. Boatmen and fishermen were my ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 November 1878

A FEW pote of mignonette sown out- side in this month are very desirable to flower in-doors when the ground is cov- ered with snow. ALANY timesflorists,instead of remov- ing a plant to a larger got, simply wash the soil from the roots and return it to • the same pot, but in a new soil. IOWA farmers are topping their corn as a prevention against early frost They claim that topping it—cutting off the stock above the ears—insures its ripen- ingat least two weeks earlier than wnen not so treated. - WHEN swallow* fly low wet weather may be expected, because the insects which the swallows pursue in their flight are flying low to escape the mois- ture of the upper regions of the atmos- phere. ONE acre of land will produce 1,000 bushels of sugar beets, which made into ugar Will yield 4,800 pounds of sugar or into vinegar, 5,000 gallons or into proof spirits, 1,000 gallons. Such are the possibilities of an acre of ground with proper skill and cultivation. . I BELIEVE, from experience and ob-...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 1 November 1878

^•*^^^^«i^^ vsm^m^miam&K^aimimfiaKxnii S^~' $?4* •w '^M^m^Bsm, riAJ M: RUBBER BQOTS ««* tlu»i« cttrimrm t • • • ... .. .JiblWt Hoot*, \"f *•••\"' Tlutir grnat popularity hat. tx to m.u* cheap ttnitationa. baring*Dtrw. FIM**:. but •MsaMaonih» • ' •••'• #**••• • •• nntAiMof pAsonain TBAISB. TAKING •Â»- • wwf sturriuBt* 8d 1878. •'heir PUR1 &UM BOOTS, and to distinguish thorn from the common kind, will att^K-h * RUBBEP LABEL on tbo front of tbnleg beat lag tbm (naoripUoa GOING NOBTH AN D WEBr. J\", tACCL +EXP: tACC. a. m, p.m . p.m. 8.00 3.10 ft.80 p.m. p.m. a.m. 3.45 5.H », IB +4.80 H.U +4.15 L T* MILWAUKEE TJTSSHEROYGAN Arr MANITOWOC awrwArhrowoc ArrTWORIVBRS a.m. p. m. a. m. +10.46 +M5+7.I0 11.1& 7'05 8.00 Lva MANITOWOC Lve FOREST JONCT. LreAPPLBTOK Arr HEW LONDON ' p.m. a. m. +B80 +4.45 7.42 7.15 *.37 9.15 8.48 9J» 0.85 11.80 CUSTOM MADE. PURE GUM. These Roots ha»e the P a t e n t tltitallirr l J^attf.^hlcn pr'-vflntstli'- hw-1 %» MWAV *o quickly, and they wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 November 1878

/ffid^ . .U^f^^^X^: Tk« W«r Trenbta v*rjrIJjuwUM. a tut » Clowl, Protptti for th«P«Un. •. & r (7*/*, and other journals r«-day d«preekt« the giving direct assistance to the Ameer of Atganis- tan, and advocate a benevolent neutrality. The Colas treats the English ultimatum as * f^ 1 ''™ Postponement of military'open, nons loan indefinite period, and advises K'us^ian diplomacy to endeavor to prevent :«n cpeu collision between England and Afghanistan. By ord*r of the commander-in-chief of the Caucasus army, all troops in the trans- Caucasian district are reduced to a peace footing The i:rwan and Rum detach- ment* arc to be demobilized, andfu roughs are being granted. U.vno.v. Nov.2-A Berlin dispntch says )• ranee is expected to issue a note shortly, fldvisiag diplomatic prewar* in favor of Nreece. ko\\t?os, Nov. 2 . - I t is reported that the negotiation between England \"and Portu- gal, in regard to the cession of Delasroa ttay, an inlet of the Indian Ocean in South- ea...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 November 1878

s i - WAB ITOTWOMANLY? After Doctor Reid died, Mrs. Reid very sensibly sold out the big house with its lawns around it, conservatory on the terrace, and stables behind the clump of •cedars, and, moved into a smaller, though • no less pleasant house, on Academy •avenue: People were not surprised at 'this, but when they heard that Kate Heid was going to teach .mathematics at the Female-Seminary, then the public *was amazed. It began to pity Mrs. Reid -a little. The doctor must have been terribly in debt, or the place mortgaged, 'for otherwise it would not have been •necessary for Kate to teach school. Too toad for her, poor thing, just twenty, and ' «o bright and good looking, to be obliged to toil from nine to twelve with a parcel of stupid girls at the seminary. In reality, however, Kate was not obliged to do it at all, but being a young woman of independent ideas, she fancied that to have six hundred dollars a year all her own would not be a disagreeable sensa- tion to experience....

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 November 1878

c GREENBACKS. Oevr-Production Hot Caused by Super- abundant' Machinery—Labor- Saving Machines Increase n the Demand for Labor. - Over-Preduction Occurs Only When the People Hare Not the Means .Wherewith to. Purchase What Is Produced. To the Editor of the Irish World: There is a subject connected with the greenback question that is of im- mense importance to the entire manu- facturing interests of the country, and through them to every one who earns a livelihood by dealing* in what the mill, the factory and furnace turn out. I re- fer to the now much discussed topic— production. With regard to the minor influences which helped to collapse all business in '73 there are endless diversities of opin- ion, but almost every other man we meet seems to have made up his mind tnat, whatever other causes lent their aid in precipitating the crisis, one stands pre-eminently and conspicuously forth,, and that is—over-production. To assert there has been no over-pro- duction would be equivalent to ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 November 1878

T H E E X B O ^ l E G R i I • ^.^U-Smlh^otihe fi^of^ofieldj \"Be not the first by.whoi* the «ew i « ' -• : • •-.' j & Co. , lias g o n e t o C h i c a g o o n b u s i n e s s , (tried , n o r y e t ' t h e Beautiful m o o n l i g h t nights\", b u t gait' ' 9 ^ h e h e a d i n g I h i n g e s w o n t b e badl y b r o k e n , a s lon g a s ' »'\"th \" f l u m e , . , . •| t h e w e a t h e r continue s t o b e a s c o o l a s a t i b u t p a r inij-.Tession presVnt. S P A R K S AM)\".P I A S H E S . E a U - p k r t w n j is nearl y playe d o u t . Cold nights , with t h e prospec t of t h e m g e t t i n g colder. I n d i a n S u m m e r h a s c o m e — p e r h a p s t o sta y t w o weeks..\" - •Stor m ' d o o r s ' a r i d doubl e window s a r e bein g p u t into place . Can y o u no t n o w p a y u p y o i u liule in- ilebtcduoss t o tliis office 'i '1'lie telegraph'- ollL'c.is t o h e r e m o v e d ' h u r t . . j * \" « i » u i \\ , inc. • «,?ur na y m .^ivcium-i, from ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 November 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED KVERV FRIDAY C. I. MAUTIN, EDIT05 AND PE0P)E. Go west, young man Ifyou have no mon EleCtlOI l RotlllHl S Ot' tll B V o t C S DtlSt 111 D001* C O I I l l t y , ey, begin the: journey on foot, and leave your -•Â«• ^ _ \" . --*,£ ' wives and little ones to starve, while you beg , • w O Y O l i l D C F O I U 9 l o l o . J your bread from door to door. It is.nice to I be tramps, with n o place to lay ' your head, THE SUNFot 1879. except on the earth below the canopy of heaven above. If dogs bite, clubs crush your head.) leaden bullets fill your body, and your carcass j rot in a Potter's field, never mind by all , j ^ I means g o west. Th e bond-holding aristocracy ' can live east, rolling in luxury and ease, and! travel in palace cars and steamers. i CANDIDATES'. 'o r Kepn-anntatlTe In Uoagr«Nx: G I. Steele - \"' .'•V.* JONES......J*...... ' Gabriel Bomik... '--. Put Stall Senator: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H. M. Loomer\". ...._...... ^T****\"*^ j • Gearee OKIMMBB. ... ,...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 November 1878

THE EXPOSITOR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. NEWS m BRIEF. onrajtAL FOBjaaNHOOTS. A DISPATCH from Simla states that the . English ultimatum will summon the Ameer to give guarantees-for the future good un- derstanding. It is not thought that the ultimatum will cause any delay*, as the an- •wer of the Ameer must be received within a fortnight or three weeks, and the prepara- tion of the army will in the meantime be unrelaxed. GBNBRAL TODLEBSN has arrived at Hule Bourgas- and ordered the repair of the bridges and the construction of barracks for winter quarters. THB Pall Mall Gazette editorially declares, that the treaty of Berlin is a failure that it will be impossible by it to arrive at a pacific solution, and the sooner this fact is recog- nized the better. THB Porte asked Prince. Labanoff to ex- plain the return of the Russian troops to the position recently evacuated by them, and also the refusal to reinstate the Turkish «.»«»«, «U4uUSCd U uuu wc iu»ui»f authorities in the distr...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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