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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 January 1879

(-s •\". . -. r: :•, ,, ••. •.:, ' \\ , . • S = 0 H B M T M A 8 O E M S . Blee, happy morn, ri e, holy morn, Draw forth the cheerful day from night: Father, touch the east and light^ \" '* The light that shone when be wasborn. Messiah corneal 4 Now la the appointed hour of prophecy, lane) rejoice 1 deliverance draveth nigh, - \" .-,.-::.. JMeseiahcomesi • The world « glad for T.uee The heiurt - la glaoVior fnee and all is well And fixed and aurej because Thou art Whose name is called Immanuel. . Then myriad voices in acclaim . '\"'• The song of praise shall yield, *-„,,*, That once from angels'a 1 i pa were Heard By shepherd* In the field. . ..«? For lol the days are hastening oh, By prophet barda foretold, When with the ever-enclrllnij yea Comes round the Age o! Gold When peace shall over all. the eart.h Come s roun d th e Ag e o ! Gol d Vbc n peac e shal l ove r all th e ea . _ Its ancient splendors filog, ' And the whole warld Ben.Is tuck the e«ng Which flow the angels aH:«.....

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 — 3 January 1879

r*ijyV«»y»^iiijii!«,ffi Rise, happy morn, rt e, holy morn, •'.'• ' Draw forth the cbeerfol'day from night: Fathery touch the eastandlight•• The light that shone when he wai :$ bom. ,_.. -. .:.:•. Me^ah comes! • ? c*:~- ,^-,. !?:W6iflrt*irapp«ln.ttdiour of fwonhecy: Israel rejolwr deliverance draweth high, : ^ « « ^ W ^ for'Ta** i Th*hieart: '••\"•- '. Is glad fa* Thee and allis well And fixed aod sure. becauae Thou art Whownamelftwuledimmanuel. Then myriad voices in acclaim ^Thajttiijt^LpxaUr ' '' '\" Tha t onoe from ahg Byshepher & For lo!the days are battening on, \" hard&lowftoM, ilflM£Jyesf Comes round the Age of TJplf) B r prophe* t iiardaforetold , When with the ever-enotd and to bis^tthbouoded jc^ippn^lflfrim prisoned••quail,frozen quite stiff -He -luickiy,Jefeihetrip agauu^d ran Iter ing^h^^ked7f^qpil tra|» ahd^made three more. - '., r-y--.-. y ':v:'£ H'--'. \" It was so much war^et that their jnesber let the children stay up a little rout helplay wings a i...

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 — 3 January 1879

THE ELECTORAL BILL. Full Text of the Bill aa it Passed the '_• • -••'••• Senate.' : .-.'. Judge Edmunds bill, regulating the manner of the election of president and vice-president of the United States, which passed the senate recently, is as follows: A bill to amend sundry provisions of chap ter one, title three, of the Revised Stat ntes of the United \"States,.relating to to either house on a motion to Withdraw and he shall have power to preserve order. Section 8. That when'the tirohouses sepa- rate to decide upon an objection that may have been made to the counting of any electoral vote.or 'votes from any state, or other question arising in the. matter, each senator and representative may speak to such objection'or question five minutes, and not oftener than once but after such de- bate shall have lasted two hours, it ahal} be the duty of the presiding officer of each house to put the main question without fur- ther debate. A- . ' ' Section 9. That at such joint meeting of the two...

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 — 3 January 1879

HE ELECTORAL BILL. FuU Text of the B01 aa it Passed thehaveeto 1iJudge Edmunds bill regulating the manner of the election of president and vice-president of the United States, which passed the senate recently, is as follows: ter doe, title, thr«e,pfihe EevisedStat , ute8 of the United, States,.relating to presidental elections, and to provide for and regulate the, counting of the 'votes -V-r to either, house on a motion to withdraw and he shall have power to preserve order. ^Section 8,\" That when the twohouaes separ. rat decide upon an objection that taay been made to ihe counting of any electoral Vote or votes from any state, or other question .arising in 'the matter, each senator and representatives-may speak to such objection of question five minutes, and not oftener than once but after suoh de^ bate shalliiavetla^te\"djtwbTiouri»^^hall bfr the duty of the \"presiding officer of .each house to put the main question Without Jiu thier debate.-!- - .r-— H^-.- ---r^-r -^--\"--—7 S...

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 — 3 January 1879

EXPOSITOR. TEX MS OF SUBSCRIPTION^. ::x,.:::: *« . . MOT r*tt VNTth 3 MONTHS AFTS* S&BSCBIBING: One Yeiw ( ....v........^...i.....'„„ ...,..'..•Â» 00 Six month*......i.........^ . .:. 1 00 One Year (IK adtaaeej„ \".- Six months \" \"*»• . ... \"Three *1' .».-.• \" .... STURGEON BAY. WIS., JAN . 8,1879. A 5 0 GENERAL HAPPENINGS. o o o c o o o c o j o Has come—i87fl. Mr. C. Forsyth,: of Milwaukee, ia in -town. . Ten1 degreeTbelow zero at 9 o'clock yes- terday morning. Scarlet fever still visits residents in this place and vicinity. Mr. Sept Stephenson has children sick with the scarlet fever. We are now on page 1879, in the history of A . D. Remember it. • We are now having good winter weath- er, and no one grumbles. The Chicago weekly Inter-Ocean and EXPOSITOR only $2 56 per year. An editor's chair puts one in mind of a back tooth—hard to fill satisfactorily. Gone—1878. Have yon anything to show as security for the escaped and past! You cant get within boot?] ick range of Mile...

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 — 3 January 1879

X . The Library Association will meet next Monday^eveninj^ ^phre^:«/ /^/ .~: : :: : 3£: : :. {£included.' •%fe*»W.f4JP^oi*Tit ,3.:MO*|T|W APTKK SUBSCRIBING: iJgxJtmGENERAL HAPPEfffKGS. ^ MrJlC^PpMyth,: of Milwaukee, la in Ten degrees,below sero at 9 o'clock yes- ^?4ay~iDooi^g,.:..., ^^ • /(fcarlet feverstill vlsits-residenta-ln:tblT place,and vicinity. Mr* Sept- 8tephenson has children sick with the scarlet fever. \" We. are now on page 1879, in thehistory - o t ^ D. Rememberit, N Wei are now having good winter weath- er, and no one grumbles. ~ ^ ^^The Chicago weekly 7«/fl^fw» and EXPOSITOR only $2 R5 per year. An editor's chair puts one in mind of a back tooth—hard to fill satisfactorily.. Gone—1878. Have you anything to jhow as security for the escaped and|»astf YoujianT get within boot.jick range of It's a-nnVdaagTjter, you _JfclesJKeiisler. 1P} ' see. other • v new correspondent g -Harbbrrtii§:w.*e^ cuTho I\" ritrv\" '\"•.::*--, ty judgeVoffice, to elect offlcera for the...

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 — 3 January 1879

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERV KKlrMY C. I. HAMI&, EDITOS AND PHOfS. J5 ... ' l\"« \" J U S T I C E . ' I election laws under review—trial and tht i court records do not sustain the\"chanies ot ' Mr. Blaine, or th e President.' The juries in the,sh cases, both grand and .petit, were made up of both races and all political partial. To th e grand jury were submit ted eight cases. In thr^e cases of these, for repea'in/r, forinterfeijing' and consjrir- j ing to interfere with a Itepab'ican meet- ing,, th e grand jury found.\"n o bill.\" Th e New York' .Ydrnrciti Make the greenbacks a lcjal tender f r all dues -they cost ihe people nothing! Abolish the National Banks tor which the people a-e taxed fl'27,000,000 a year I Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on binds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds a bond? This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Uold Gamblers'. The Greenback party proposes to rup. it in the inwrest of...

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 — 3 January 1879

&Â¥- fe£7 :::.! :^^j. -.?*» 'j**'\" -V- .-.'j-x •TfXii f ^ E i X P C D ^ n ( j R -Udectibn lawsunder rewwi^triai aiicTirlie ' PUBLI8HBDEVERY FRIDAY ' 1 ^ ^ ° ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ E^TfDfSOP'Sr Make the greenbacks a legal tender for all does -they cost the people nothing! Abolish the . National Bai^8^for_whtch_the- people -a-e~ta*ed --fl27v00a,lP a year! Why give the privilege'to a corporation to get money on bmds for nothing, •and deny that right to an individual who holds \"h bond? This government hau been run for the benefit of the ShylockA and '(Sold Gamblers! \"The rLG.r?«SbI? U-rnn-ii-in-tk interca't -of the People and Labor I — -STURGEON BAY, WIS.. J A N - 3 fa . The. hard- money editors now put \"tickle'' in their sayings, to cover up it heavy heart. From ever} Greenback ora- tor in the lani^came the adviseiufcftt to •'make the greenback receivable for duties on imports, and tpj^pay oJ^gationsj)f the gorerattientjr.lmd gold would have no premium over greenbacks.'1 To' such a .....

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 January 1879

feA-ife Mi mh' iiiiiiliaiipoR H««mfl»ON,BAY, WISCON8IW. :|N^rS .IN , jBttlEF^ ... v|'.-'.'•' :'.V .lA(«»l»iitTf,«Minf««v' -.,' ~': - E. 1^ Pierce, of Boston, has been appoint- *d M»l8tant:tfeiware ijy/:- :i- . :.:^Jfi«owitlng :a.Tr«BB.'':.', -\"'.-'• .^\"Foar. horse thieves-were lynched by the popnlace at Corning, Clay county, Ark., on -thefj4thvr—- — - .:•• :'•:• -«^v- r: ^,.\"- ..' ::,,' •c\"-—:•---:.•- \"'• :,ArSsuiir '\"'?'..: 5 - The Ice-'in the river at Tort j»*Suf, ^Que.,\"Was~bhrhed was broken on ihe night of the 24th, carry- jng^way,27 fishing cabins and two men. • ' _ Wholesale Drownfnir. *'•' X-.-. '':\\ \\fVr^^ighi''chUdren,.weri».' •breaking of ice on \\., pond at (^apelle -MoChe,-France, on Christina^... '1... ^\" :- - -Wicked.-* ~ « & ^ . The schooner Charlie Bell was wrecked _aiThntnb Gap island, coast of Majne, on ~the21st inst fonr men -werclost. Seves^ Gale. • - / . L - •..\" 7n a gale at Aspinwall, OJB^ the 10th inst-sult fourvessels were lost...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 January 1879

K^wm:m^ -•'vs,ksa*^. i^^ALYlera in JFpwls are caused by a parasitic mite which burrows under the •kin of the shank and feet. The may bedestroyedby applying amlktuireof lard arid kerosene oil, :-fy:' :. WJJSTBR is the time for the liinbs and muscles to rest, and for the actirity of the brain and intellectual energies. If \"the farmer neglect these, he is forfeiting his best opporturi||iies and interests ^4rr: './ ••• SOME light soils suffer from certaisujrface.•'• n manuresas mensufier fromalcohoL The Hit^ulatiori-»UMd~byr7their is followed by an injurious reaction, xesuiting in sterility . •' v-\"\"' v v , -K -'.' '.A VHBY cheaphousehold filter may be made by stuffing' a piece of sponge in /the holeof a largeflower.potand placing above this successively a layer of. pel? bles, a layer^of coarse sand, a layer of Seep, ounded charcoal three or four inches and, lastly, a layer of pebbles to prevent the charcoal: from being stirred op when the water is poured in. The contents of the pot...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 January 1879

•. v mmm £t 11\"/'' THC EASIEST SELLING, THE BEST SATISFYING lit Wtntotlb* and WortJ-r«wwnfrt rmri&m wai tkt ••atb-Srtow to liljjh., m r t f ARC NO SECONDHAND WMTt BAOMHtft IN THE MARKET. fttf *• • «wt taioftrtant aaatter, ai II It a artII- fftf •BalaaMMl tact tMl aOitf ol (he to- aV*aaaai MMMMI «rta«di ara attired ao •aw a aaw art tbaaa thai ba»atornr»- M M f^MN H tahaa back troi* mtsmsrs •tta* ew») IMMl robaW •*« t*t **?\" *»• •Â»Â»'»»» \"\"^\"Titt H ?*t rttnor a«nr SEWINO. HOW IN** T*r B»Ak«I. If U I K I 1MAN TN( FAMILY M«- t M l i w i l , MOWl AND WILD ajOtf TO •UWUFACTURE THAN t « f AfOttftAIV MACNINCt. tmictm it SIMPLE, rowwc AND kimtr it imsviNMEO. !ft{ tfaft WILTS. Prtca M l TTO laie SaUsTactory . •4QS1TT5 \"WA1TTED ! If JMa« Bmti*§ Umchine Co,, ' rirvn awn * *SS* ^Sj* ^ajk SSSNSkt. jam awm ^aav a* Bo. A. X A . 2MC ! « U*««* y#*r*wr last r-»»»T Vmklii? T~*r*Hi*o Jta*. w#« * **•.» it iwM just M wall u a b#*-0tt Witt, SIOWMTI r22ij.cn m s i i m ...

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 — 10 January 1879

(COKTIKUM n o Â¥ VMT w n a t . ) . ^ r - ' V COPSTF LEOlSLATlOy. _ I r We, thus sec thai,ihe work upon both Canal and Harbor has rttw'pnigressed so far\" to- wards1 completion, as to secnrebeyonel a doubt iCsfinaltriumph over all past difficulties, and my labors of nearnwehty years will be success- :rfullyie^ded^.:r«'' ••\". .'. ._••',_• : And! ntw gentlemen, having laid before you -rVccwne^teUhislofr^ ' and Har^r, from my first connectioi) with it : Task your further patience to allow me, to go -- back briefly oyer the ground, and review my yrl\"Oworh^^^«id :iti.cpst,U me, in bringin- this important and valuable work to where we see it to-day. Stnce_i86o, or. during the past ':-iS iyearav.'t have been \"actively engaged in my public.arjirt privatejife in bringing this project r . before the public, and advocating its construe-'1 ~\"4ton~^^nlirfimerT\"nave^^ vl«ted most of. the, ~' great commercial cities of the union this side of therocky mountains,. excepting the South, many ti...

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 — 10 January 1879

*, It I* utate*that twelve new^ardinafa^l »oo»n be appointed, three of whom beln 5t^e iteanrt*'fSlatS^^\"df X^niS!wftri«1n erJ|^*t«^n«^aO'cdnBol^aid a larfe %tton btlyer tiommitted «a!cld# bj W j t a h t e i n ^ e ^ dain^blS^^ aSHo£^^ the consolidation of the Gernia'n eia^ire he i: -tt^ «iVL^e'i^, v, a*ji7h^\"'»«ea slje remained cmrtpl ol ^e^natro-flarfgaiiad ^^-irti: »--^_iit_^.*.^# t_u-»^.'i.• • \"---.ii empire,was.dec6iatediw|tb.-fleveral orders, § f e grtidge bringing^xa$O(fi0^^^3^^a filing commenceclboth Bideswerereinforced and some forty ahotawere,exchanged dipt der was literallT ahot to piece*, and Dave CarBon^waa eeriootly wounded^ Half a dosen other*were more or or leaahnrt. Iji^jtoid^iM^w^ leading froii^Peplo to the seaport ©f gan^ Jdaa. Upon the adyance ot Eacudero Ler- wnuuttoed outta m e e t l y j&Mtod£*nd^ ^fe^pof^noin «igbty^^were iilnediately Tuuige(L||Thet balance of tho»«cftptared c^mihg^o have been fo^ofe4Jn^ the rebel uU&**»&*£ wil...

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 — 10 January 1879

fully $8,000,000 per annum and in the SautedStates^ifl8,00fr,060 Theperieb- able nature of eggs- has naturally 4e- tracteoVftorn their value as a standard article of diet.: The peculiar excellence °. ?£&.-dePend8 o n ^eir freshness. . Bat lately \"the process of cr^stamzinglbas been resorted to,•and by this* process thehis\" natural egg is converted into a vitreous 'substance of a delicate amber tint* in A STOCK dealer^of^este^3owa--*$- ^vhich ~fonn-it-i£P=reduced^seven-eighths centJy-bought 40,d00busnel of cornet Lemarsat eight cents per bushel. THE agricultural papers ge enterine into a p|etty freo oil the gooS quality of sorghum. -—x^ SOME of our beat butter-makers claim that from-the time the milk leaves the jcowTtill Ibe butter graces the table, milk, cream and butter should be near tMtemperatureof 60° Farefaheit. ' ^SENVttms^A^-w/ho-rhaB^iarni ippdaite \"?i/iyerpool, England, keeps eighty-five cows and fifteen working horses^oii the produc6'of^eightyacres •f land. This...

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 — 10 January 1879

LS T^M^pFsUBSCii^TtGN «*»« Yew (la aivaww). \" 7 * ~JTA!fc O»TH T3 MONTHS\\Aria*' ^UUCMBINC i^Jta'AvJ '^hb^^ Uin Nev»d*/ tejn the village visiting his brothers L. M.wid. N. VV»ahbara. ^ By no means \" are mosquitoes trouble- some as yet, tnough the weather i* con- slderaHe warmer than a week ago* O O O C X X O C O O O f^.3« cheerful. Beautiful nioonHghtJhlgfita- K*»ep rtuvflres horning briskly - P a t an extra quilt on your bed, little more mow iswhat we needT~~ I^ximberhien in this section are happy. ~ T t o e ice on the bay is about a foot thick. .'•\" T l i e weather has been .decidedly cold of ~zr~z—'.^z -^ •-..&. -•__ : - \" H o o k \" flsj^j^oiaherici has com- S w e a r up How, and make amends for : th e past. ' ' T l a e winter term of school commenced last MOttday^^ ^.. ...--., J ^ U a a bceiLbad weather for house plants the paat two\" week*. • •:_ . _ _ G o t o bed early and gejb up before the lark gTeeta the sun. V - I f yonv^are--tronbled--wltb. erysipelas,- w...

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 — 10 January 1879

v«i JHETBLIagfeitf'''Ey E i£y. r R I D A Y\\ dollars irii gold just at present, .when' re- MaTce th£ grc^nhackala.legal tender for all duos —they cofet the people noting ! .Abolish\" tS& National Banks, 16F which the people ire taxei *12T 000,000 a year!-.''Why-give-the privilege to: a corporation to get motiey on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds K bimdf This, gi)yeroment-ha8-been-run~-for*the benefit of tho Shyl\"ckB and Gold Gamblers! -The Greenbacfciparty proposes to run it in the interest of^thereople and Labor I .STURGEON BAY, WIS., JAN.IO. — 1 - 1 ' - ! . -..'.. '\"J * ' ' ' I .' - ' 1879. There ifj peacein power the men who «peak with the lou/dent toiigues, do least i^g^^J16-- snrJM^Jgn of^a'mihd^that—ig w«ek, isits want of ^bwer to rest. ' It is •only the iight^st water that flies from -the —sea on a windy dayT^nfl^the \"deep\"blue never replies to the sibilant voice of the spray. The noise made by a few little hard-money Republican,...

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 — 10 January 1879

:.:.±-ti wiwimi 'Si- Sharp winda that blow and rush about The scions of the lusty/aiji^^ r Injocuj-d freedom laugh and shout . Through all theraellowrwoodlandway*. The trees, noiall deoud«d yet, . -^ - - Hakej^le gifts of leafy gold .,u - • :ThMrjpays^^SfUttUtodVlio'ldi ': v What time with suiikeri cheeks andeyee, And thin-brown hair the trembling, sage Beholds the hands of ruthless heirs', Anticipate theirheritage. - -•,..-•*••••. Ambrosial fruiU aretossedabout. ' - . In hurtled heaps the summer sheaTes- . Through meadow lanee drift In and o u ' With shrunken pods and dying leayes. The breeze-blown faces of the hills AJaunt with cap*of frosty : \" : Are first merry waasallers, BMSlitburniahed ~ H Ogh fr „ Thes mistletoecrowns now weares unseens AJann t wit h cap * o f frost y rime, re.nrstooff merr y wasaallers , , Assombled.forithe Christmas time. Assembledforith e Christma s time . \"The holly burst*H green Througyhb«j fronded Unfa ef gold and Th e mistleto e no w weare s unse...

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 — 10 January 1879

:»i^M WISCONSIN STATE NEWa \" • •\"•••-.- :X~JW-X ^:--.vS^^^\"^M^\": -:\" ' X •'•' '\"\"-• -\"' THBBE are now 846 priBenera in the —state prison^ ag«dns^29^OTeyeaxagor ~\" • MRS»^0^NT, of Weatfield met mthan accident »• few daya ago, and had several ing and striking her. THB freight-house ofjthe Q. A N: 1VV road at Fond du IAC burned Ghriatmas morning ^ d the D iwmjwhM_da^a insured. AwnalLquaiitityof gooda was . also burned. ^w^^z^^^^&^k^^- D&fttolr^Tece^^ sacks''-«$-vamposed jwithr^rounge^-and. more vigorous males, leaving their hiis-' jbands to care for the babies.—Fond du L^ Chmmon ^: ••-• A viqiOUB cow. in quest of grain, gdt _^tpJthe„atable^i^hp^Turiff, of—the- town of Lawrence, on Tuesday night last, and so gored a span of horses that one died in a very short time from the ^^effects, and the other is not expected to recover from his injuries. r ^ - ^ ^ • -.• ^^Sas^^a Grosse^(7/ifrbnicfe^e^et\" W$t ..'? Brick\" RsmeTTOyIs to conduct it. The building it now occupies...

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 — 10 January 1879

^\"^W^m^m&^mBmmm THE EASIEST SELUNG, ^ vS^hEiBtEST^ATrSHflMG lMS0ms 3Mcopliarduai makes the hairgrow thick,«oft, longnnS glowy. f6r»iebvtoR/AVWiMcE«cHem. ., Its Introduction *nd WoriJ-r«nowne cl reputttlon wis the death-blow to high- priced Bachines. v THERE~\"Af»rHO SECONDHAND^ WHITE MACHINES m THE MARKET* TWs1»tv«Hr Important matter, as ltlrawe known and undliputed fact inat many oHha^o. called tint-elan machinta which are offered so cnoap now-a-daw are those that have been re- possessed (that la. taken back from customers ^rlfwinTTTrTH ™ MACHINE NOW UPON THE MAHKET.^^ IF 15 MUCH LARGER THAN THE fAMILY MA- CHINESJHL THE SINGER HOWE AND WEED \" i Y OOSTS: MORE t l f MANUFACTURE THAN EITHER Of THE *FOREMWJIACHINES.. - ITS CONSTRUCTION IS WMPLE. POSITIVE AND ^ T r f e f i l A T S H ^ ^ D o not Bay 9mM&$vto* try- ingllxoppiTE. White 8e*oing Machine Co., ••••**•••• .•afcai^* tMafciaMPr._ , « * \" M i asfManaBat • ^-^^wi Whydd yon carrythnt maty-looking Triumtltna JJ«...

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 — 17 January 1879

••? • 777: ^ : £ ^ ^ - , . ^ i . How Jofcrt SfcermaB PI««M«M . 'mcnv-proye^^^^^ ^«gd we again call atttbt^ ^ to the phenomenal ^incjr*ft»^7tjte^^ .' _ .•.per. c«W•lcMm •,V:«^:•^\"•,tl»«E•: -jiiwlt-, -in-. ~ On tSe|i7srtSw business daysof the year fit. subscriptions amounted i o $13*900,450. On Mondaytb*unpirrikted total of $11,093,550 ^waJ^SMhsc^^ r-sub- .'f^Jti^^ib^ltfae^!faD^L^ nearly twenty- fivrmillion dollars. '•'••r: \"' •:rt~~~\"7i~~'~''' Conjpare . Jhi^wttli*tbel sales on the four corresponding days in Deceinber. Ibefpr^:. the new'ci^to-to^efiecti-^f : f-- rr: Ibefore . T h * VVbrld O u r F i e l d S t u r g e o n B a y O u r Horn* vTto«.Interests[Of t h e P e o p l e o f looi^Qp\\Mit O u r A i m . FOL & gFUM^QWMY, 'SlJ^^umt^ 8. •.,' ..%-. .4:-V -...'.\", .'5 •\"\"' . v • 2J5I.550 . 1 4 5 . 2 0 0 T o t e l ^ r . ^ f 804tTod JaUuaty, 1870, 3 . . . . . . ^v*.. i 6i3/i50 4L-.._...•• .. * 2,697.150 6 . . v , r w ^ 1x^693.550 T o t a l . . $ 24*994,000 The sales on...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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