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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 8 November 1878

_y THE change of feed from green to dry' ould be gradual.with all stock other- ise, the appetite may fail, and the ani- als lose thereby. ° WHEAT needs nitrogen at this season, nd so does grass. One hundred pounds Br acre of nitrate of soda would be a elp to both. IT is said that a bag of hops, as large he two fists,! placed in a grain bin, will kill or drive away every grub or weevil in the bin. The dead can be removed by fanning. THE aim of feeding now should be to et the stock in good condition before cold weather, remembering that an ani- mal beginning fiie winter well is as ood as half through it already. FEEDING for pork may best be begun at once, using up the soft and poor corn first. Some feed green stalks, cut fine, and mixed with meal this will bring the pigs into a thrifty condition, to be finished very rapidly in November. THE produce of a scrub cow by -a thorough bred bull will be a half blood. This, coupled with a thoroughbred bull, would produce a three-quarter blood...

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 — 8 November 1878

NJItE GUM Being free from adulterativr mixture*\"'U '••.',- iflye longer wrviii'-tliMtiifvum!-,!, •-.\"• .•\".-. RuhUer i«i«»iK.. Tlie»ru r«*«t popnlarfty liai. IHJ ••Â» :, cheap uulwtionn, »vaviiiK« f*-'!' KIM*». but VARNISH 4'halr PURE GUM HOOTfl. «nd to li«ititj«uj« thara from th« common kind, win atuuh $ KUBBEPLABEI.on (tie front of the-leg tuu . tag the inscription W a s h i n g t o n U n a douett call themselve s j 8 ^ u , h e r * S E ^ ^ inl » P e ^ o f \"ilie Sout h a* j Tum TABLEor P A M n o m TEAIR8, 1AK1KO * F - / ^ e w ^PlStond people: artj'tqit t o d o — AH a \\ far a w a y countr y peopled with a.'foreign| race. A n d yet . should, ur: • c « n e $ o c c u r S j in th e staid an d eircum«icc hind nf t h e ! Pilgrim Father s a* w e witiiwser] in W a s h *BOT«BPT»K » d . 1878. GOrtTG' NORTH AND WESP. TAfC. tEXP. tACC. ». m. p. m. p.m. 8.00 3.10 9.30 p.m. p.m. a.m. . 2.45 5.J4 . S.I.V. / t4.80 t«.S4 +4.15 ir» MILWAUKEE LTO SHEBOYGAN Ar» MANITOWOC Ly...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 November 1878

~J.- :.-t*& :&:rLpU.: ••'••: -\"-^s $s .•.\"^•..-•il«*.-.'«if VMr e&-v.U4UU- AFFAIRS £BKQAD. I Belief Among Prominent Tnrk*th»t the Coarte \\ ofBtuUftln Btnowellft WiU Lead to War with RagUnif and Thckey. ','• j Sereral Thousand Former RnHnian Soldiers and] . Officer* Enter the Arueer's Army. HioeellaneonH Xeijg from European Capital*, j BOMBAY, Nov, 7 . - T h e Afghans in Khy- ' her Pass are deserting largely in conse- q aencM of sickness / and h unger. H opes are entertained that the Ameer will\" sub- mit jincqnditionaUj ^ Th e mortality among th e Afghans a t J»»llala- is from thirty foiforty daily. •'.•• ' • / 2 LONDON. NOV. 7.—AParis correspondent telegraphs as f o l l o w s : \" I canstate posi- tively that pourparler!? are proceeding for a conferenae respecting a revision of the treaty of Berlin, Th e idea originates in Berlin or !^i|nj(ia.^ / A j••} ' : ' • LONDON, Nov. 7,—A Pent dispatch says the Porte has sent a circular to the powers setting forth import...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 November 1878

THE^XPQSITOR StTUROKOX BAY, WISCONSIN. NEWS IN BBIEF. 'OBNBBAXi TOBUZON HOTX8. THB telegraph lines for nearly a hundred milei around Vienna have been destroyed by a mow norm. The snow storm at Vien- na, on the 3d inst, was very heavy. All the railways and telegraph lines in that sec- ^ Hon were interrupted. Thousands of tele- graph poles were prostrated. The parks .and trees in the city were greatly injured. The storm extended throughout Austria. THB failure is announced of W. W. Wil- son A Co., printers, Alexandria of Dumbar- tonshire, England, liabilities $400,000. Failure throws out of employment several hundred persons. AM earthquake occurred in Salvador on the evening of October 6th. In Jucuaha, nearly every house, was destroyed and many families buried in the ruins. Nueva, Guadeloupe, Santisgode, Maria and China- meca are destroyed and the loss of life is se- rious In each place. Other towns, which suffered front the earthquake, are Guada- loupe nnd Usulatara, the Caseriodel a...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 November 1878

A SUPEKIOE grafting wax may be made by mixing one pint of linseed oil, six pounds rosin and one pound of bees- wax. The oil will admit of a greater proportion of resin than where tallow is used. WOODEN floors are objected to for poultry houses, for the reason that they tend to cause the birds to become duck- footed, and what is of more consequence, absorb and retain,dampness from the droppings, and so prove a source of cramp and other ailments. . . FOWLS need charcoal when In confine- ment but that from wood is not palata- ble to them. The best way to furnish it is by charring an ear of corn. The fowls will,.devour it greedily, and the improved color of their combs wil' soon show its wholesome effect. THESE last rains have laid the dust, moistened the ground and made digging pleasant. All the perennial garden roots may be moved now the sooner the bet1 ter. If done a little too hastily a buck- et or two of water in the time of it, and a mulch of stable manure just before winter, will...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 November 1878

TERiitsoFSVBSCRrPTJOX: One Year (la aAranee)l-:-.r.^......... six, month* '*. .'-.••'•. , . . . . . . . „ . r . . . Three \" .,\"'.\" \" . ..' .\"•' \" ---- - * « 5& ..,.,,..- ..... v ,7s \" W ' A i p U S T l t 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One' YeariU.... . ....'....'... „.i...--..°. .,.|a 00 Six month*'..'.: HTURGEON 6AY, WIS., NOV. 15.. 1878. AM) UENERAL HAPPENINGS. The Inst, way to keep autumn . leaves \\& to dip them in hot wax. Jlr. Ed Daniels, of Sera.stop6l, capture d a iar^e lynx last Friday night. The only men of real cultuie, are those Mho are devoted to agriculture. ___0J\"Invoiccof new goods received at Mandel'.s. Time is money of course it'if, or how could you \"spend an evening?\" Election fa over, and the Ahnapee daily 'A'ews has \"passed in its checks.\" Another fierce gale on the lakes, and many vessels were wrecked and lives lost. Mrs. J. Dunn has returned home from a short, vilit In the vicinity of Fish Creek. Lots of new advertisements this week. Read th...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 November 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. P U B L I S H E D E V E R V F R I D A Y . 1.1. HABTIH, SDITOBAMD fEOFS. T h e d e p a r t m e n t o f S t a t e h a s b e e n i n f o r m e d b y t h e A m e r i c a n V i c e - C o n s u l - G e n e r a l at M e l - b o u r n e , A u s t r a l i a , t h a t it h a s b e e n , . d e c i d e d t o h o l d a n i n t e r n a t i o n a l . e x h i b i t i o n in' t h a t city, c o m m e n c i n g O c t o b e r , i3:o A p u b l i c g a r d e n in th e c e n t e r o f M e l b o u r n e h a s b e e n s e c u r e d for t h e e x h i b i t i o n , a n d P a r l i a m e n t h a s v o t e d $ 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 for t h e e r e c t i o n o f t h e ' n e c e s s a r y b u i l d i n g s . T h i s will h e t h e g r e a t e s t e x h i b i - tion e v e r hel d in t h e S o u t h e r n H e m i s p h e r e T h e V i c e - C o n s u l - G e n e r a l s u g g e s t s t h a t A m e r - ican i n v e n t o r s , for their o w n p r o t e c t i o n , s h o u l d tak e o u t p a t e n t s in e a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 November 1878

THE CONDEMNED SENTINEL. tial under charge of having deserted, his post. He confessed that he was guilty, and then permission was granted him to tell his own story. This he did in iew words but the court could do nothing but pass sentence of death yet the members thereof all signed a petition praying that Jerome Dubois might be, pardoned and this petition was handed to the general of the brigade,, and'through him to the eneral of the division, by whom it was indorsed, and sent up to the marshal. Lefebvre was kind and generous to his soldiers almost to a fault, but he could not overlook so grave an error as that which had been committed by Dubois. •• The orders given to the sentinel had been very simple, and foremost of very A cold, stormy night in the month of March, 1807, Marshal Lefebvre, with 27,000 French troops, had invested Dantzic. The- city was garrisoned by necessity was'tbe order forbidden him 17,000 Russian and Prussian soldiers, to leave his post until properly relieved, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 November 1878

THE WOBLP'S SUPPLY OF GOLD. If one may judge from the tone of some recent articles in rach magazines as the WestmintUrReview and such news- papers asjthe Saturday Review, the inju- rious effects of hoarding $60,000,000 worth of gold in the dark, musty vaults of the treasury department at Washing* ton is already being felt in foreign mar- kets. Qold, it is said, is steadily going up, and the facts and figures tend to prove, and, indeed, the Saturday Review admits, that unless economies are sug- gested which will dispense with much of the gold now in circulation, the Bupply will not be enough to satisfy the new and increased demand The ground for this fear is not based on imagination, but upon facts that seemingly cannot be con- troverted. The Westminster Review claims that the world's stock of gold at the present time is about double what it was was in 1848, and, consequently, if there were no other influences to counteract the effect of .this, and gold was the standard some, people ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 15 November 1878

LUKE SHOBI & WESTEBI BAKfAT Onr Paris letter. Balng '«\"• from •ilulteratW*' mixtun-s- will giV»lotiger aervlc* tliitit .i titn..u , Rubber i«m»i»- ^ in s Their mwat pppulitrit) iiw* I» £t&f »««••••' cheap luilattope.,IW.v^tf•:*. Drnx\"Br.is*. t*.t thia Miui e jlKsS If f k f.,. j\" J v 5 '.**| h a ---, j *.i ,ffc*. »- VARNISH ihelf PURE OUM -BOOmSn^WutaWfiiM^ii^ tlimn frfcm th» common, kind, will attM-i # KUBBEP LAM'.'..on Urn from of tho Ing the irnMrtjit'jrjM , Jr.-- \"• \" CUSTOM MADE. Theaa Boots hrmi tlinHu»«•••• \"•\"\"••tut l«-* .*\"\"\"l»l«., ivhirh jir-w.'itsr.hi-.Vfl • jvifir.r • «-»! to quickly, unrf they will huvw also ill,- permit Outside Stationary Srrap \"taateatl of tli« very l»H'i»riv*iii»-i'' w«ii IUXIW! . ctrap, tisDil on othor makes of Hi'Otv AS K FO R TI^K \"CANDEE\" BOOT TliB I ABLE Or PA8HXKGSR THAIS8 TAKING *F- -~\" rlC0T WfWtBKB 8M. W & GOING K O R T H T N ' D WEST. \\ t A C . +EXP. +ACC ».'m. p.m. p.m. „ 8.00 3.10 0.30 T...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 November 1878

**:•* •rrKr&i'yz?.' -'*.*! SfSfflSWir.-,- COMPLmiON EAST. lestrla Laborlag to Pree*t.T«fk« Beoomlag * Pr»y *• Bai*ift-Th« i t o k u i Rapidly Advaaeleg, aed Hewtltltlee WitR the British Likely at an \" • . • Early l a y . ' „ . / Pre. 4 Reported Chant* In the I'oliey or Russia, vlonaly ItN^ted f Strain Her Bights Under the Treaty of Berlin. BOMBA*, NOT. l«.~iv serious insurrec- tion has broken out in .the Nejd District, in Arabia, against tut) Turks. lioNbOK, Nov. 13 — A Jisputoh from Constantinople says: It is stated that ..\"' TShijkud is earnestly assisting the Porte In its endeavor to conclude a loan to bo guaranteed on the revenues of Syria and the surplus Egyptian tribute. PKBTH, Nov:- J3.-Count Schoiivoloff ...Jias had a private audience with the Ern I N D E l HE N DENT. ^ _ T h e W o r l d O u r F i e l d . S t u r g e o n B a y O u r H o m e j ^ T h e I n t e n t s of t h e P e o p l e o f D o o r C o u n t y O u r A i m , VOL.6. STUB,GEONBAY,W^ NO 6 who should set...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 November 1878

MRS. GUY'S PRESCRIPTION. BY LOUISA M. ALOOTT. Bang, bang went the front door, as Mr. Bennett and the boys hurried off to store and school, leaving Mrs. Bennett to collect' her wits and draw a1 long breath after the usual morning flurry. The poor little woman looked as if she needed rest, but was not likely to get it for the room was in a chaotic state, the breakfast table presented the appearance of having been devastated by a sWarm of locusts, the baby began to fret, little Polly set up her usual whine of \" I want sumpin to do,\" and a Elg ile of work loomed in .the corner wait- to be done. \" I don't see now I shall ever get through it all,\" sighed the despondent matron as she hastily drank a cup of tea, while two great.tears rolled down her cheeks, and she looked.from one pony child to the other, and felt the weariness of her own tired soul and body more oppressive than ever. \"A good cry\" was pending when there came brisk ring at the front door, a step in the hall, and a larg...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 November 1878

• KOBLAKD BALLAD / BT JOHH A.NTBOBB8. Tifl miles across the moorlands down To where thefishersbuilt a town Oh, hark! the salt Baa beckons me. There are nofishersIn the town, , • ' * The storm hath torn their dwellings down, Three cliffs hang o'er them with a trown Oh, hear, the salt sea beckons me. • • n * The madness of th'« sea isspent, The foam creeps out its crael mouth, Is spilt like poison on the sand. Tea, as a broken Passion burns, The sea unto the land returns, It crawls and licks the wasted- land. The paths are wild across the moors The sharp brown shells about the shores Hare pierced my naked feet with pain. The bleak, cold winds, they will not rest, The foam is blown across my breast— The sea tears welter oh my brain I saw the dragon-teeth of things That ride the tempest without wings, Make cruel wounds on stranded snips. The salt-spume*caught his golden hair, The sea-wraith kissed him in despair— The sea-wraith kissed and stung his lips. v. His lips were mine—they did ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 November 1878

THE K . . * /reading to pass away the long •winter 1 nights, please look over the club list o mm^m , TEAMS QF SUBSCjRlPfTIOX: N^lpvf 4,v#?&3s: MO»TI Arrefc 'swiscitAiNGt ie'Year.....'... ..... $j oo AND UENERAL HAPPEMNtJS. Muddy roads. Thanksgiving is approaching. Fishermen are faking out their nets, as Ashing is becoming very poor. The new Catholic burying ground is now logged up, and will soon be fenced. Mr. T, H. Smith, of the Arm of Sf-ofleld A Co., has gone to Mtlwaukee on busi- ness. '.••-:•. Read ''probater notice\" on' editorial page. , *- - *•• v'f - '-•:• ^ C Mr. \\y. Spalsjyiry and family, of lute, residents of Clay Banks, hare moved to Menominee. • Well managed grange mills succeed. Learn to keep their books at La Crosse Business College. .. . , . Mr. M. Kinney, who has been seriously ill at Egg Harbor, is now recovering we are pleased to note. Cord wood Is in good demand and is being rushed to market in the Northern part of the county •*• The infant child of Mr. an...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 November 1878

\\ THE EXPOSITOR. , PBBLI8HED KTEkypRlDAT C I. MAETDff, BDITOB AND PBOFB. Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all dues -tney cost the people,nothing! Abolish the National Banks, (or which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a year1 Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an Individual who holds a bond? This government han been ran for the benefit of the Shyloeksand Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to ran it in the interest of the People and Labor! 8TUB.GEON BAY, WIS., NOV. 22. 1878. Disappointed'—shocked—maddened—over- come by sleepiness—succumbed by a tempo* raryview'of the spiritual world—a trance, such was the lot that befell our esteemed con- terripprary • Jdown the street anr} -around two comers,\" week before last, when the election returns of Door county came in. The towns of Sturgeon Pay, Bailey's Harbor, Brussels, Egg Harbor, Gardner, Jacksonport, Nase-1 waupee arid Sevastopol giving more men of the Green...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 November 1878

THE EXPOSITOR WMWm^SA r, WISCONSIN. NEWS IN BRIEF. OEHBBAL FOBEIGN NOTES. THEKK bare been violent storms through- oat Central Italy, and the damage caused ky them ia almost unparalleled. Travel on \"all railways between Borne and the north is interrupted. :: THB Vatican, it is aaid, has.decided on a ' oomplete separation from.the Ultramontane party in the German reichstag. THC French budget committee redueed the estimated expenditures of the next bndget 26,000,000 franca. The estimate for _lihe army is 649,000,000 francs, an increase of 8^00,000 francs. Oun&aX LoMAKXNB'a Bussian expedi- tion, marching from the Caspian sea in the direction of Merov, Torkistan^y conntant fighting, reached the upper Attack valley. A Bussian corps, 8,000 strong, also stands on the road to Balka and Herat. A TBLBGBAM from Berlin states that Ger- many will occupy the whole Samoau archi- pelago- A PABIS correspondent states the oxar baa personally written in reply to Minister • Waddington's recent circ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 November 1878

A N old potato grower says ho. thinks fifty cents a bushel for potatoes as g&d in the fall as seventy-five cents in the spring. EXPERIMENT with a mulch of straw on a portion of your wheat field. Many who nave tried the plan commend it highly. EVERYTHING which is\"\" gilt-edged \" in the way of farm produce brings the highest prices—butter, cheese, milk, fruit, and so on, through the whole list of farm products. THE fanner who wishes to avoid an excess\"pf labor, with unprofitable result, will not spread a small quantity of manure over a large surface of poor hud, but will only plow as much as he can highly manure, when his income will be as large, and his labor nearly one-half laved. THE superiority of Scotch oatmeal is said to be partly owing to the grain being- cut rather \" glazy\"--that is with a shade of green upon it. Oat straw is far less nourishing for cattle when the crop is allowed to stand till it is dead ripe. Early-cut oats are heavier per bushel, fairer to the eye ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 22 November 1878

THE BEST SATISFYING Its lihrodoctlop aid WorW-rtoowned reputation was tbft death-Mow to high- ' priced tuiofilies. THERE ARE NO SECONDHAND WHITE MACHINES IN THE MARKET, Tblt U • wrj Iwportart wrtHr.M It It « well- known aM andltpiiMtf fact tltat many of the so- called Irtt-elMt auefclna* artilefi are offered ao cheap noM-dan art tfcaaa that ftava baen re- eouasntf (tfcat la.takaa.Baek from ettatomers attar OH) and raballt and pit upon tba market \"TH^WHITI 18 THE PIE* OF ANY SEWING MACHINE NOW UPON THE.MARKET.M IT IS MUCH LAR6ER THAN THE FAMILY MA- CHINES OF THE SINGER, HOWE AND WEEO MAKE. IT COSTS MORE TO MANUFACTURE THAN EITHER OF THE AFORESAID MACHINES. _ ITS CONSTRUCTION IS SIMPLE, POSITIVE AND DURABLE. • ITS WORKMANSHIP IS UNSURPASSED. Do not Sty any other before try- ing the WHITE. Prices and- Terms Mails Satisfactory. AGENTS \"WAITTED ! White Sewing Machine Co., . CLEVELAND,©. 1%/L A I P A^ TVT y Whydo yoncarTythat rnBrylooklnir trareltika Jt'fii. whenyotfean make it look j...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 29 November 1878

---. A HONEYED WOtoDS, BERLIN. NOV. 22.—General Kaufmann, when delivering the swordtobe transmit-, ted to the Ameer.,said \"My illustrious Sovereign, in whose em- Sngethcausesnever ire e Ban sets, and whose raised r millions of soldiers to take up meats, sends this pledge of frendship and unchanging affection to his friend and ally, the noble and chivalrous cbf the Af- ghans and Beloochees: History teaches that Rossia ever' espouses a just cause that she has always known how to protect her allies from thVattacks of any enemy however powerfol. Whoever sides with Russia heed not fear that a hair of his head will be injured The power of the Russian sword is great.: This is a fact known to the enemies of Kussla its well • as to her •allies. May God protect and preserve'the two powerful Sovereigns, the°Czar and the Ameer. May God promote the welfare of the two allied countries to-the benefit nf the Aighans, Russians and humanity, at large. May the echo of these words awaken consolation ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 29 November 1878

THEEXPOSITOR •V . r-t- STVBO ijotooN Bkir, insooNsiN. NEWS IN BRIEF, T'- OE1TEBAI. FOBEION NOTES. THE British force, advancing from Qtiet- tab, has a»TiVed at Koahlak, ten miles dis- tant The cold is intense. About 100 men «r« siok in each regiment. Warm clothes are urgently required Anxiety if felt re- garding the weather. A proclamation of ' the Tlceroy bar been read to the Belooch chiefs stating that the war will only be waged against the ameer/ and advising the people to remain at theirhomes. The Quet tab column numbers 5,260 men. A division commanded by Lieo£. Gen. Donald Stewart, numbering 6,330 men, has left Moolhan for Quettah. APPALLmo distressand destitution exists' among the mechanics and laborers of Shef- field, England, in consecjuence of business depression. Hundreds exist in tenements without clothing or furniture, all having been sold or pawned to procure food. They are.without fuel and dependent upon the charity of their neighbors. The mayor has ealled a public ...

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