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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 29 November 1878

WORDS OF WISDOM. Addresses to Greenback _ a n d Democrats, So Called. Republicans ll« TO GREENBACK EEPUBJUECANS. X The great legal tender principles of finance can be adopted in this coun- try, and their great benefits realized, in just one way and only, one /way.- They must be voted for by the people. It is impossible to vote for^principles and measures when voting for a.party and candidates standing opposed to those principles and measures. We must vote tor candidates and a party pledged to their support. In the late political campaign of 1876 it was. urged by Bepublican politicians that the defeat of the Democracy was of greater consequence than the'greenback Sependent. rinciples * And that men voting the Ind- or greenback ticket would throw away their votes. Thus more than a million greenback men, eo-called, were induced to vote the Kepublican ticket. Now who was it that did in fact throw away their votes? What tremendous issue was up between the old parties? What did Republica...

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 November 1878

T T ' V P r t Q T T ' O P ' • • \" ! \" • Pork in Kansas is selling for $2.00 @ X ' * V 1 V / O l 1 ^ i V j $2.50 per hundred.. vvTh'is'-,!*' the result of •\\. .i the scarcity of money to buy with: In ,, Door county it brings ft. - ' Turkeys, geese, and chickens Save been : roughly used lately. Hundreds were 'f even lulled this week, and their bodies badly mutilated and mangled. Srnokets, have you tried those 5 cent Havana cigars at McEachnm's drug store? They are said to \"sweep\" the town for ctafttpness and quality. Try'em. Have you improved the beautiful weath- er^of late, una laid in a good supply of fire wood? It is stated that the coming winter will either be a \"freezer\" or a \"scorcher.\" If Door coun|y is favored with a little, cold Weather this-winter, and snow enough to grease over the bare ground and rough roads, times hereabouts promise to be pretty lively. •'•••,.'•'. {Heavy frosts every night fchew Jackson's Beit Sweet Nary Tobacco 7-7.storms. [The pights have been...

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 November 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 0. X. MABTIH, EDITOB AND PEOFE. -Make the greenbacks a legal tender for mil dnea -they coet the people nothing t Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $197,000,000 a year! Why gire the privilege to a corporation toget money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds k bondt This government has been ran for the benefit of the Sbylocksand Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to ran it in the Interest of the People and Labor1 rial .duty, shall be punished by fine, not'ex- ceeding fifty dollars. Secti'm43g9: .\"Any person who-shall as- sault another, when not excusable or justifia- ble, or who shall use in reference to. and in the presence of any member of his family, abusive or obscene language, intended or nat- urally tending to provoke an assault, or any breach of the peace, shall be punished by im- prisonment in the county jail not more than three months, or by fine not exceeding one hundred ...

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 — 29 November 1878

A RIVER MYSTERY. Mile-end was a small country town but such a town I It was a very old as well as a very dirty^place,~and one par- ticular bouse in its principal street stood forward into the road several feet beyond its neighbors its upper story quite over- hanging the basement. The'house was so ola that it almost tottered when the wind blew—as it often did at Mile-end— even in spite of the wooden props, them- selves rotten now, with which it had been buttressed u k But in spite, or perhaps because, of its age and discom- fort and general dilapidation, it was beautifully mellowed and harmonious in the tone of its coloring. Tufte of vivid greenmoss, and yellow andgray lichen at intervals carpeted and softened the red tiles and hardy clumps of orange wall- flowers filled up the gaps left by depart- ed bricks and mortar thus throwing over the actual decay • and rotten- ness a glamorous veil of picturesque beauty. Within, this house was cruelly cold and comfortless the beauty of de- ca...

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 November 1878

• •', KAKTABKBT. BY MA.BT CLKMMKB. fair is thy face, Nantx&ket, And fair thy curving shores— The peering «plrea of villages, The boatman's dipping oars, The lonely ledge of Mtnot, . Where the watchman tends his light ' And sets MB perilous beacon, A star in the stormiest night. Over the v&t sea highway The great ships glide from sight, And flocks of winged phantoms Flit by, like birds In flight. Over the toppling sea-wall The home-bound dories float, And I watch the patient fisherman Bend in his anchored boat. A am alone with Nature With the glad September day. The leaning hills above me With golden-rod are gay, Across the fields of ether Flit butterflies at play, And cones of garnet sumach Glow down the country way. The autumn dandelion Along the roadside burns Down from the lichened bowlders Quiver the plumed ferns The cream-white silk of U milk-weed. Floats from its soa-green pod Out from the mossy rock-seams Flashes the golden-rod. • • • The woodbine's scarlet banners F...

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 November 1878

^y ibiiiiii© - i ^ THE EASIEST SELLIN6, THE BEST SATISFYING Itt Introdictlon and WoriJ-renowned reputation was the death-Mow to high- priced aaohines. THERE ARE NO SECONDHAND WHITE MACHINES IN THE MARKET. Tfela it • very important matter, as It is • **\"• known and umUsMiied tact that many o« tut* so- called Srit-elasa machines which are oflend so cnaap nowa-flays are those that have been re-- possessed (that is. taken luck from custom M * alter use) and rebuilt and put upon th«t market **f HEWHITE 18 THE PEER OF ANY. SEWING MACHINE NOW UPON THE MAKKCT. . IT IS MUCH URGE* THAN THE FAMILY MV . CHINES OF THE \"SINGER. HOWE AND WEED MAKE. IT COSTS MORE TO MANUFACTURE THAN EITHER OF THE AFORESAID MACHINES. I rs CONSTRUCTION IS SIMPLE. POSITIVE AND DURABLE. ITS WORKMANSHIP IS UNSURPASSED. Do not Buy any otherfeeforstry- ing the WHITE. Prices M Terms MaQ B Satisfactory. AGENTS W A N T E D.! White Hewing Machine Co.* CLEVELAND. 0. 'Whydo youcarrythot rustylooklnz Tm mil w ,7 Jtoii. when...

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 December 1878

WAR COMMENCED. Russia Announces Her Intention of Active- ly Supporting the-Ruler of Afghan- i , istan in the Ev«Mit of England 0«- t •cupying- An y Points from i which the Russian Domin- ion in Asia Might be ' i Threatened. | A City in Macedonia Sacked by Tnrks and 1 • Wreawwria—The Inhabitants Massa- ! cred Without Distinction of Ami \\ ' -\\ -... •-'• orSe*.' •'.- • ••• fc. ' ' ^ 1 $ $ * \" * S t | a B a t t e y ^ i llte-SHrt-1 mi„ ol the Peiwar Pass, \"and Compel the British to Retire. •. j LONDON, NOV. 21?.—The- 7Y#w has the j following dispatch from Berlin/ The St. P'Jtersbur^coriesp.^.le.ut of the Vienna-(«mi offidalj, jftrtrf, £ W ^ , „ - . * « « saya that Russia has announced her intention of actively supporting tire Ameer ,11 the event o{ England occupying ttWV Pml in Afgiianisla-i foom which thv H mian Dominio I in Asia raisin b • etTwt- U'lb' threaten, 1. This anuoun-.^meiit is based upon the assertion that England n « violatel fi e al'cged Afghan «g, W - merit of...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 6 December 1878

' AX AUTUMN MKMOBT. : [torn leaves of the mania are crimson and gold, Ai keratoma?, In Its shade I Its •..\", And the pearly peaks of the cloud*, uprolled, Loonsup like castles within the sky. Afar In the distaoee, the purple Wlla Are wrapped in a veil of slender mist. That «ver the landscape the wide air fills '-' With the tint** the tenderest amethyst. HThe jnMm reed on the hillside grows, - Nodding tUhssrf tothe winds that blow. And the lame of the gaudy sunflower glows la the fan* yard down in the rale below. Then theriverglides on its winding way, By ieWs that are crowned by the ripened corn, Whose bright leaves shine in the sun, to-day, like theflamingbanners that gild the morn. And my thoughts, like a tide that leaves the shore Towander out toward the open sea, T*rn back to an autumn gone before In the golden days that were dear to me. The maple's leaves have the same rich glow. The same clouds float through the asure sky, ~The same waves flow, and the same winds blow, On th...

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 December 1878

THE END OF THE CAMPAIGN Is But the Beginning of the Battle— \"Yon Cannot Put Out the .Light.\" time we so increased our manufacturing development as to drive foreign compet- itors from^ur seaports, and foreign mer^ chandise from our' markets. Not alone did the greenback enable us to\"supply its Bourbon flag, over the liberties and hopes and future of the^ United States. It is death to light, it is ignorance man- acled by power. Paper money, based on sovereign pow ourselves, butit enabled us to set in mo- er and sovereign resources, is education tion the unmeasured-resource's of our j marching onward and'upward. It isclothes vast domain, eo. aato make us lnanujac-j light-to illumine. I t is progress to en- The political campaign is ended.for the year, but the battle has but com- menced. Nothing has been distinctive in the principles or in the candidates of the Democracy. In one locality its men have been openly and defiantly declared with the Greenback party indeed the ^whole northwe...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 6 December 1878

:,':: . : TERMS OF SUfiSCR/P 77c?AY One Year (In adTanve) ............ :$» 5'-\"it Six month* \" •'\" _ • 75 yiTbree •'•' •• \" _ ...: o .-'•: f»OT PAID UJiltjtL 3 MONTHS ArTKi'WJBSCRIBlNC: Bix tflomwt. .-.i j..s.-,.«.:. i . -•.'. .i-V-. .- 1 00 STOROEON BAY, WIS., DEC. 6, .1878. A31) JttlfilE'lttft- IIArTEK IMJS. Head probate notice in another column. t.liew J«ck«on'n Beat Sweet Navy Tobacou 7-7 8©u Calicoes at 5 cents per yard at Mandcl's. Familiar quotations—price of butler and eggs. 8Q*~ Ladies Purs from $2.r per set, up- wards, at Mandcl's. Head the notices of \"Sheriff's Hale,\" elsewhere in this issue. Sir. 31. Hayes, of Egg Harbor, favored us with a call Tuesday. J ® . A new stock of hats, caps, and gloves, received at Mandcl's. \" \"Mr. L. 11. MoLnchlan has gone to Cana- da to visit relatives and friends. *8T 3qys look at thatl $ J5 scholar- ship offered in our columns to-day. Mr W. E. Herrington returned home from Michigan last Monday evening. ' Mr. John'-Apple,'\"o...

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 December 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C..I. MABTOT, EDirOB AND FBOP'B* ^ ^ . e ^ ^ H * legal tender for *» daw v.? /.?™ '^.Peop'fi nothing I Abolish the fl2,000,00 a year! Whyogive thefor privilege to for noth nothing, hold s s a corporatio n to ge t mone y n bond s •BO Jenythat right to an individual wh o _ w?«r J%* J0™™\"*** has been ran for \"the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Oatublers! The »rS:nbT?ckparty,ProP08e8to ru \" H ^ the uit.ireet of the People and Labor! STURGEON BAY, WIS.. DEC, 6 1878. V. The re-assembling of the forty-fifth Con- fess last Tuesday, .commanded a great deal • of attention. A Washington dispatch of that date, the 2d inst., says: \"Beautiful weather and the attraction at- tending the re-assembling of Congress drew immense crowds, to tlio Canito!. Although nothing outside of the usual routine business was expected, the galleries of both Houses wore crowded to overflowing an- hour prior to noon. The floors of each house were thronged with member...

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 December 1878

THEEXPOSITOR STUBOEON BAY, WISCONSIN. MEWS IN BRIER GENERAL FOREIGN NOTES. ^ A. RPBClAt ifrom Rome says socialist agi Nation continues in provinces of. Italy. Deputy mayor of Osirao has been stabbed by an assassin. In Jessi, a neighboring town, Republicans carrying the^red flag paraded the streets. :.•:,: THB flying Afghan army, in its efforts,toasked ^spape, has been 'plundered of everything, • .^the country having risen against it, and re- fosiog it shelter. The news is confirmed that Jellalabad has been evacuated, and the garrison is-in headlong flight towards Cabal. OXB hundred mills, at Oldham, Eng., employing' 12,000 hands stopped running. Some of the oldest firms have not enforced the reduction. It is not thought the strike will last long, as .limited companies are . working on borrowed capital and cannot afford t» stop. * ON the 9th inst. a terrible explosion oc- curred in the coal mine Rosa Rio, atLcban, Chili. Sixteen miners were killed, and a large number wounded. Six es...

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 December 1878

CORK contains five times the oil or. fat yielded by wheat. SOME of the farmers who have been baying patent cow-milkers now call them cow dryers. THERE is no animal that will better • repay the cost of good extra keep than a dairy cow in full milk. STANDARD apple trees should be planted 60 feet apart each way, though in poor soils 26 feet may be enough. . CLEAK up all rubbish about the yards and buildings, and remove manure heaps —having alf possible materials for com- post gathered and utilized. T H E London'Omnibus-*Company, which ten years ago fed their horses £ay, rincipally with oats and beans with now feed almost exclusively on Indian com and hay. T H E best flavored meat, and at the same time of the richest quality, is at- tained when the cows feed on old and rich permanent pastures in summer, the flavor being particular sweet. WORK not a rod of land more than you can work well. I t is easier and far more profitable to reap sixty bushels from one a$ than fifty from two. Manur...

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 December 1878

V HMi THE EASIEST SELLING, ::u^-il?IW-:BOT,..»TI8FYIII6 lt« Irtredtetlon « d WortJrenowned raiHitatlM was tfea de«U»-blow to faigb- prioed • M b l m . THERE ARE 110 SECOND-HAND WHITE MACHINES IN THE MARKET. This it a MfflMwMiit.Mttcr.ai II It • well- , bwwm §M iuMl)|Mrt« lact that nany olthe so- cahfd lr»ltotrittClilpt •hlch are ©Jered to chta» now^Nnt ar* Ibott that have been ro- poiMistd fitaf la. taken tack from mtomets Sftr BM) and ratmllt aj»d put upon the »arkt THE WHirE.fljHOfW . OF. * MACHINE K01TUWM TH? MAJjkM IT IS MUCH MMER THAN TMfT CHINE* OF fHIMNOCB, MOWS \"IrxOtTS MOEE TO IIAIIUFACTUM EITHEEOf^THEJ»FORE$A«rMACHINES. IT8«0NST«U0fl0M IS SIMPLE, POSITIVE AND DURABLE. ITS WORKMANSHIP IS UNSURPASSED. Do notlfcjr anfr other teforo try- log the WEITE* Prices an d Term s Me Satisfactory. AGENTS W4JWBD'! White Sewing Machine Co., CLEVELAND, 0. M . A. 33 A.3VC1 Whydo yonointrthat nwrv-looklnir Trnrntlina Jtait. whmrjott can mukoit look just as well aa a new onow...

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 — 13 December 1878

* * \" • % • ' COUNTY LEGISLATION. «P^«I M»tlnj «f tbe Cowtj Board '- v : «^sii»Bi^«w^-' •:•'.•'' : Special meeting of th«* Connly Board of Su- pervisors of Door County, Wis. .Bosrit met pursuant to call. Meeting ciVed to order by the Clerk. \" J^ T««day. May 7th. 187^ Ten o'clock tiki Roll colled. Four members presents, Mov- ed and carried, that the Board adjourn until v r: 30 o'clock p. M for -want of A rwdrnnW. Tuesday, 1:3b o'clock p. M. Board met. Foil called members present as follows : '\" • IRerra Decamp, town of Unions John Fetzer, town of Forestville Alexis Fw«c town of Brus eh L D, Thor^ town of Egg Harbor John Muttuie. town of NaseWau ee Juhn N6ye town o f Sturgeon Bay J. TV Wright', vilki{eofSturyer» Bay \"C R.Thayer, town °f ?h Saaks Joseph Zettlc. town'of ^e\" r vastopol^Sam Churches, town of Gabratter Alouzu Henderson, town ol Liberty Grove P. €Â». Wright, town of Jacksonport AVBes man, town^of Gardner H . G. Spring, town of Bayley's Harbor. Moved and ca...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 December 1878

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Annual BoBume of National ••••*.YjdtouCitizens 0/ th* Senate and Bern*of Repre- O M heartfelt gMtltudeta duetto the Divine Be- ing, who holds in bis bands the destinies of n» v tioBM\", for thecontmued bestowal, daring the., lastot nut of comities* blessings upon our country., i We are at peacewithallothernation*. OurpUb lie credit h a s t e n greatly improved, and^ is, vet- • haps, now stronger Iban ever before. Abundant •• ' harvests hsvs rewaided tee labor* of those who till the soil, our nunufaoturing industries are re- ~ fifing, and It is beliefsd that general prosperity. . which has been so long anxiously looked for, is at last within our reach\". ' V- • ' 'f ' . /TH•TMAOw »AV••,•,• : '•- The enjoyment of bralth by tne people general- ly, has, however, been interrupted during the past season, by the prevalence of a faUl pestilence, the yeDow fever, In some portions of the southern states, creating an emergency which called for prompt and extraordinar...

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 — 13 December 1878

-iir- contained in the report will, I truat, receive the careful consideration o( congress. Sufficient time has. perhaps, not elapsed since the reorganisation of the government of the Dis- trict, nnder the recent legislation of congress, for tho expression of a confident opinion as to Us auo- oesstul operation: but the practical results already attained are so satisfactory that the friends of the new government may well ntgo upon congress the wisdom of its continuance, without essential modi- fication, until, by actual experience, its advantages and defects may be more fully ascertained. . B. B. EUTES. Exioonva MANSION, December 3, 1878. a Connecticut's Charter. The old charter which was granted to the colony of Connecticut in 1662 by Charles II., and which has hung in the secretary of Btate'a office for many years past, has recently been reframedand the text renewed, and was on Saturdayhung on the south side of the secretary of orr-ow-A^M , AfflAA r h a H A V AanifA T U A THE FIN. ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 December 1878

'*#!WWt!WMttMWi^^*w*IMMWril' i ri^ift«fttieaiimfnuivmf*. '#M*^^^*mxuA^m^^^^^i »«ac«r«M!!i*.'94:Vr-si**\"Wi^ s V { •v :-i 1:4 v A spelUng'&faldl^t'tb^ifcbddl' hnose *i k?1To be kind W the poor widow*Yfca wefk•^froiir^bter'tFiidiill^^ weirin^fiB^jichristlan dijtyv .. if there-arc anyrackin Three \" .\\\" : Y « .' ...\"r^.' '\"::-? \"^.\".\": t NOT »Atl ONTJL 3 MONTHS APTSK SUBSCRIBING: QneYe«r„. t + .. --, -»««--....«* oo lx m o n t h * . . . ! — . . . . . . . . . | - A . - a V L I S - I - K U V . ' . » cember 20th. Let everybody, old jand young, turn ffvf, and see bow ninny words they can spei14-or mils, i * £. * . .. The \"Old'Nick\" himself cannot be any worse frihy, •tery a.S _ can be^filSlIy maflf W6 balls* We huve received a copy of the Chica- go.Farmer's ffiyiew... It .hfe a neat 1 6 P a S e \"^-r, and ifW^jassfgeading matter. \" ' *•-*-•••• - - - - -»- - j o r AND GENERAL HAPPENISGS. BS^e W»atti^y-^toep«^^^ A 9 ' Wilaier-''anbroaches' CT l,rtvei|#tts thjr ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 December 1878

VS^te^3'Xtop.%.-?A*™-fiG\\ s-«v----ssii'^» y«^ a/10 0 K = • • - • • • * • • - THE PUBLISHED EVERY FftfCAY debt as a ^ u r a i o t investment for their Oar Earoptan Letter .-•• moony. Thvy expwt its immediate results l H^FCHATKL, SwirtBhHND Nov. u , 18TO. to be, by embarrassing the national treas-' Editor Expositor affords instances of tf similar habit of life bauJin^-in i.-^ ,*J\"P' * • ,»- .k lor'th.: principle* among oar prehistoric ancestors. Bat.that h^veWide'fHe chUnl? 4.-Ui n is. i nothing has yet transpired to equal in im« 1 f HK I.viiiR\"Ociuvs,ta.ijx:.: to .iccciye i roni . ytfmlwibs^enba^s mjkg£ffeiJac toSall duea -they cost the people nothing! Abolish t&a National Bank* for which ther*«pl are tated' $127,000,000 a yean Why' givVttfe privilege to a corporation tygtft n^m^on bqoda.fQr nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds h md TTils'KoVrirhttient Kiij \"^sen ron for the bnnc.ttto! the Shyl'Kkp and Gold Gamblers! The Greenback party proposes to...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 December 1878

THE EXPOSITOR STTO6B0N BAT, WISCONSIN. NEWMN BRIEF. rieadtek Warfare. Buhl Bazooka and Circassians defeated the Bulgarian insurgents in MUnilc district, Macedonia, and burned 80 more village*. Only 1,000 inhabitant* escaped. X '•• • . •Â».:•.. Fawona SeaaMtal eas e SetUeiL • ' The famous Tytns-Dioaey scandal ease was settled by compromise at Hamilton, Ohio, on the 37 * nit., Mis* Dickey agree* ing to accept $3,860, and withdraw ail spits and claims. - . \" -. • • _ A T**melawa Aba—itler. Bobert J. Wheeler, not yet 21 years of age, and a son of a well known citizen of Jersey City, has absconded, after robbing his employer, Joseph Youman, a cotton broker, of $41,000. A Massacre. Eight liberated convicts and three na- tives have been murdered by rebels at the mouth of the Poya river, New Caledonia. The troops continue to pursue insurgents in the Poya district. Boiler Explosion. A. BOILKB explosion at Uniontown, Pa., on Thanksgiving day, killed Riehard Evans, Daniel Garrison and J. J. M...

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