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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 July 1877

#*-S:Jv-S? Vf,:£^£i.A ,4^S&>:^ THE EXPOSITOR. CHAKLES I. MARTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . - Published Every Friday, AT' •' 8TPBGEON BAY, J : : WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year (la t d r U N ) . . . . . . . Six months\" \" . . . . . . T h r e e \" \" \" . . . . . . . r *» 5° 75 . . . . . . . . . . 40 IF NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year. . . •.., $2 00' Six months.:. ..... ...' 1 00 THE EXPOSITOR. INDEPENDENT. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Honae The Interests\" of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol. 4. Sturgeon Bay, Door County,jYisconsin, July1l3,1877. No. 39 THE EXPOSITOR J O B PRINTING O F F I C E Has been refitted with New Borders of various kinds. Also a large assortment of type o f the most modern styles. With the additional saps-ly of material we feel confident that we ean give satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and solicit as much of your patronage as you feel desirous at giving us. ' * All orders sent...

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 — 13 July 1877

Read at Ike Reunion qf theSoctetvtrfthe. ArmaafTfim PotomacaiJProvidtfriiXt S.I.mIheXIAmU. C]':^k^^.J^:','•:. '.. • •'-'\"'• •-. • It is the bravo that flrtt forget. And, noble foes that first unite , , - Not.thoy whq st^l/e and pa*alon wlief, , Then slink when comes the need toanilte/ .' 'Tis mutual courage U»atfargr»ea, And answering honox'tbat outlives ! ThehaflaiTthift^raanWaofttoh^^*y **• The blood that dims a hero's steel His proud tears wash away l| • '••'•. •\" n ••''• -* '. . • One holier sun awakes at last For North and South the blithe, bright tanas: No more upon our dead arc cast Thoonce divided gift of llowers \\ - But where the live oak hides in moss, And where the plumy larches toss ' Their arms above tho mayflower's bed, • ' And where wide waves of. prairie crawl. ' • To moot, far west, their mountain-wall. The People's voice says \" Peace ta all!— We honor equal dead.\" n Oh, never from our elm-tree shades So sweetly piped the thrushasnow - Kor.'mid the lonely Eve...

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 July 1877

GOSSIP |OR THE LADIES. Forty to Twentyi BY KATE FIELD. . Tears in your eyes!—and why? Because yon find That ho you love i8 mortal, after all? Dear, silly coz, what else did you expect? You met the man, and, though you said no word, Your eyes were eloquent, and warmly spoke The electric language of the universe. You thought him brilliant—ay, he's truly so Brilliant enough to know,-ere many days What a spell the magic of his genius cast Upon a bright but untrained country girl. Your fresh, frank ways, your eager earnestness, , Were revelations to the sated lion. He looked on you as on a nouvcaut, A creatureflu Whose fans h as he talks sweet lies. unlike the plmp'rmg dolls You innocentleyflutters touche d hi s weakes t point - And that, «» l n m 0 6 t men, is vanity, •Tis writ in books, 'tis said by wagging tongues, That women are the weaker vessels, coz,. OurJove of approbation is so great, We'd sell our birthright for a mess of it. Whene'jBr potential \" he\" pours in our ears The ...

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 — 13 July 1877

iit*.H'\"i ' Six mouths \" \" ' \" -.»y. StiVPATO UNTIL 3 MONTHS AlTTBfc SUBSCRIBING '..Ohe. y6ari.iw..i '.\"...L..'i:.-.u.'.U.i..i' .-„.»$* oo vSlx\"n|6n]iha\"----:-.»-------•-— ....--'i..'.»-— '« °o- '^:«oiEs' cAiiGHTOK THE FLY. ,:, Nw potatoes only $1.50 per bushel, i * S ^ m e r should be full^rOwn by this' Mr. DavidFollet,of Green£ay gaveius * caliiMoiiday. . fioetbrs are chuckling as the green-apple season^ approaches. • 1 Bead our Fall River communication on the editorial page, .\"•• ., ' NO saloons in Clay Banks, Everybody down there keeps sober, DePere discharged $8,000 of its bonded indebtedness on the 2d inst. The Green Bay tigh t Guards have received hew guns from the State. A nice rain Monday, and another Tues- day morning. Now farmers smile. f Mrs. C. Scofleld of Red River, and her son Herbert, are in the Village visiting. A strong rumor has reached here from Rome that the Pope died on the 7th inst. Mrs. poak, and Mrs. Churchill, returned to De Pere on the Meno...

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 — 13 July 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. Z. MABTItf, EDITOR AND PEOP'S. STUBGEON BAY, WIS.. JULY 13,1977. three seasons, visiting all parts oC the Union She then sold off her menagerie, apparatus, and stud, arid in i37y went to San Francisco- Ther e she remained but a few weeks, goiag. to Cheyenne a year ago last April, where a little while afterward she married Wild Bill. V I t i s announced from Madrid fhat 15,600 soldiers will sail in August for Cuba. A new S t Louis ordinance forbids the sale Of intoxicating liquor t o persons under eighteen yea n o f age. T h e Fourth of July celebration of 1877 by the colored people in South Carolina, wa s the largest in many years, ' , Col. Willis Brewer, State. Auditor of Ala- bama, has just discovered that his predecessor was short in his. accounts $80,000. A n amendment to the Constitution of ,Mis- sippi abolishing the office of Lieutenant Gov- ernor is to be voted on by the people. ! • T h e French Mint has struck 10,000 francs worth of c...

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 — 13 July 1877

iOTEXPOSi^OR BTUBGEON BAY, WIS. GOSSIP OF THE DAY, T H E Parisians combine the useful and ornamental b y constructing barometers i n the shape of bouquets. They are col- ored by a composition of which chloride of cobalt is one of the ingredients. Whe n exposed to the sun and dry air th e leaves become a deep blue when the air is moist they turn pink. G E N . TOOMBS has lost almost entirely t h e sight of one o f his eyes. While trying to concentrate his vision on a picture in church b y looking a t it through his forefinger and thumb, h e suddenly discovered that h» c*uld no t see with his left eye. Hi s father was affected in the same wa y five or six years prior to his death. - . s I T is related of Governor Vance, of North Carolina, that i n 1859, when he was running for Congress and was mak- ing a canvass of his district, he happen- ed to pass one evening by a shanty where a man was exhibiting a two headed snake. H e paid his fee and walked in, but his disgust was great when he...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 July 1877

BUBAL AND DOJfflESTIC. Pretty Maid Milking. \\ BY jUQKEQUE. „••• X x The weather -was brightsorue, \\ My spirits were lightsome, ' ' A.bobolink ^rhisperea as'gay as could be The mirth of his chirrup Would any heart stir up,- , And surely the heart of a poet like me. \\ . The wayside's brown bosom Glowed withmany a blossom, Cherry blossoms that snowed from the tree either And down the whiteVvista - Aglaia's own sister \\ In cherry-trimmed wrapper a milking I spied. My pulses beat higher X \\ As, pausing hard by her, \\ ^ 3 watched the deft fingers exhaust the brown teats, , Those delicate digits! \\ It gave me the figets \\ r To think they were hid in a pair of old mitts. \\ ^ A wretched, soiled bonnet, With pink facing on it, Concealed what. I felt was a beauty supreme \"\"\" \"\"\" That stray flaxen ringlet, In shape liko a gimblet, •Could only belong to the cream of the creain! Her task, is nigh ended, My breathing suspended As I tarry to feast on her lineaments Ah, mercy, that bo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 July 1877

Legally and quietly obtained Jh'eYery State and a ^ r 5 l t 9'y i fpf.Inctfmpatibility and other causes, no matter where tne party resiles. 13 years' exnerr- «£e A n d r e w * J . D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms 8 * 9 13? Dearborn St.,' Chicagov 111., Unqucstion- ' ?? I e , ref.erences given. Correspondence with the legal profession invited. »5 '« 45 Hekla Fire Insurance MADISON/ WISCONSIN, Insures dwellings, household goods, and all kinds of.good insurable property. Rates as low as consistent with safe insurance. ASSET S $160,232.47. $50,000 Reserve fund deposited with State Treasureri J . A. JOHNSON, President. H A L L E SREENSLAND, Secretary C. L. Nelson, Agent for Door County, ? ' A - W. Lawrence & Go.'s store, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. • x ., • • . 3 j . 4 iy ' A. W. Lawrence & Co, still wish to keep the eyes of the farmers of Door county turned to - ward the headquar- ters for all articles which they may need, and will pilot' then* over the bro- ken ground.to th e old re...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 July 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. CHARLES I. MABTIN, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Published Every Friday, STUBGEON BAT, WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year (In advance)— .......ft 50 Six months \" \" 75 Three •' \" \" .. . . . . . . . . 40 IP WOT PAID ONTIL 3 MONTHS,. AFTER SUBSCRIBING: Ooe Year ... .. . - .$2 00 Six months '. t 00 INDEP END ENT. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Home The Interests of the People of Door County Our Aim. Vol.4. Sturgeon Bay,Door County, Wisconsin, July 20, 1877. No.40 THE EXPOSITOR PRINTING O F F I C E Has been refitted with New Borders of various kinds. Also »large assortment of type of the most modern styles. With the additional supply of material we feel confident that we can giv« satisfaction on all work entrusted to us, and solicit aft much of your patronage as you feel desirous of giving us. All orders sent by mail will receive prompt attention, and the work forwarded to the parlies' in the shortest possible space of time. | 3 ^ PLEASE WKITR ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 July 1877

INDIVISIBLE. BTf JAMES C. SIMPSON. moment faceto facethoy stood,\"\"•,- v hije noul met soul in honest eyes , liattromblinggloKsd through unshed tears, 'Bornof aiove thafneverdles.' ..*- / They met to Bpeak the saddest word Thate'er on human lips can dwell: But, 0^ the mockery to dream That such as these codlditake farewell! - For as two roseate clouds unite, .. In wake of. the departed sun, : TKolr kindred e^ehce pure and sweet, ' These twain had softly merged in oho. They might have been severed pole from polo, . Might live through all the years apart .' What mattered time and space to them ' Whose home was in each other's heart? He craved a tress of (hat flue gold • Whose wavy wreaths her forehead graced, Bending to grant the boon, he clasped A zone of pearl about her waist. : A moment more, and he was gone From sight, nought else. High heart and mind, Stronghold of tenaernew and truth,' Defied the hour and stayed behind! The seasons rolled, and ne'er again 'fhus face to face 'tw...

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 — 20 July 1877

RURAL AND DOHESTJC. Oar Homestead. BY PHOEBE CABT. Our old brown homestead reared It walls Erom the wayside da8\\ aloof, Where the apple boughs could almost oast Their fruitage on the roof And the cherry tree so near it grew, That wh«n awake I're lain ' In the lonesome nights and heard the limbs, As they creaked against the pane And those.orchard trees—oh, those orchard trees TTe seen my little brother rocked In their tops by the summer breeze. The sweet brier upon the window-Bill, Which the early birds made glad, And the dark damask rose by the garden fence, Were all theflowers'weTind\", I've looked at many a flower sinco then, Far brought, and rich andjrare, Toother «$yesmorebeautiffflTj But none to me so fair: For those roses briekt—oh, those roses bright! I've twined them with my sister's locks. That are laid in the dust from sight! We had a well, a deep old well, • Where the spring was nerer dry, And the cool drops downifrom the mossy stones Were falliag constantly And there ...

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 — 20 July 1877

THE EXPOSITOR STUBGEON BAY, JULY 20,1877. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (in advance) . . . — . . . . . . . . . %\\ 50 Three \" » , « ••„ '4l |P HOT PAID.UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Y e a r . . .. -. $2 00 Si* months.. ......^ ...4..... 1 00 t S f W e will closely abide by the above terms. ee\\ ROTES, CAUGHT ON THE FLY. Raspberries are plentiful. The huckleberry crop will not be large this year. • •• • , Lincoln county is to have a $5,700, courthouse. ' Thefamino is dying outin India, and so is the population. Potato bugs have made their appearance in- Dublin, Ireland. Charley Ross has been found again— this time in England. Excursionists commence to put in their appearance hereabouts. Prince George, second son of the Prince of Wales, is seriously ill. We were honored with a call from Rev. Father Blume Tuesday afternoon. Lager beer in Milwaukee is five cents a glass, or three glasses for ten cents. The rifle match for the Centennial trophy will take place Sept. 14 and 1...

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 — 20 July 1877

THE EXPOSITOR, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. X. MABTIW, EDITOR AND PSOP'B., \"Equal Rights and. Justice in All Things.\" STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 20.1877 T h e hiding-place of a large portion of the new silver coin has been discovered. A Nash- ville banker says the colored people o f that city and its ^rinage have hoarded over $100.- ooo, which Would be classed as permanently withdrawn from circulation.\" We solicit news correspondents from all sections. Correspondent will greatly favor us by omitting ill persona] abuses'or slang, as w«ll as save their ommunications from the waste basket. Contrib- itors should send their messages as early in the forepartof the week as convenient. t » ~ We are not responsible for any errors or isrepresented facts'that may be published under\" this head. From Washington Harbor. j To the Editor of the Expositor: W e have had pleasnt weather ihe past [week, though it was rather dry for the larm- iers. Fishing is rather dull. Some of the fisher- len have g...

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 — 20 July 1877

THEEXFOSITOR STURGEON BAY WIS. GOSSIP OF THE DAY. STATISTICS show 2jl09 manufacturing establishments' in Rhode Island, .with $50,000,000 aggregate capital, and em- ploying 66,450 hands, who receive annual wages of $23,707,518. AMONG the curiosities taken from a Nevada mine are a piece of sand stone with grass roots still clinging to it, and showing native silver all over its surface, petrified wood impregnated with ruby silver, and a mass of pure chloride of silver that will assay at $8,000. A MEDICAL restaurant has been lately established in London on the principle that diseases can generally be cured by a special system of diet, and that they are caused chiefly by improper food. Oh the entrance of. a visitor a physycian asks him regarding his ailments. His meal is then prescribed, and he is allowed to eat no more than is presented to him. At the closo he is dismissed to smoke a medicated cigar and to sip cof- fee, camomile tea, or whatever other bev- orage may bo considered advisa...

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 — 20 July 1877

TROUT FISHING. BY DANIEL CONNOLLY. Across the fields and'through the deir. '•' . We briskly trudge with rod and basket The morning sun, enthroned in blue, Makes ererjr leaf a diamond casket. The woods before are dark and cool, With here and there a golden glimmer, • And orer innny'a wayside pool . - The glancing' Wains make shade and shimmer. - With lisping, low Toiced monotone ' The brook flows by in curves and sallies, And bears its rippling music down To daisied slopes and verdant valleys. But now to work with' rod and line, And dainty flies on trusty leader, \"We'll take the first auspicious sign, And cast below yon slanting cedar. . A gleam, a splash I By George, he's fasti A lusty fellowL. And how he rushes, \"Now here, now there! then swiftly past A band of fern and alder bushes! The whistliag line spins merrily out . . He leaps and flings a sparkling torrent •Of crystals round, then wheels about Arid heads straight up the foamy'current. Behind a bowlder now he darts, . And n...

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 — 20 July 1877

DIVORCES Legally »nd quietly obtained in eyery j u t e and. Territory, for Incompatibility and other causes, no matter where the party resides. 13 years' expert- ence. Address A. Ni- D E X T E R , Att'y, Rooms 8 & 9, t w Dearborn St., Chicago, 111., Unquestion- able references given. Correspondence with the legal profession invited. 251045 Hekla Fire Insurance ooacF^LZsrsr MA018ON, WISCONSIN, • Insures-dwellings, household goods, and all Vindsof good insurable property. Rates as low as consistent with safe insurance. ASSETS $160,232.47. $50,000 Reserve fund deposited wit^'-State Treasurer, \". A. JOHNSON, President. IALLB SRKBNSLAND, Secretary k C. L. Nelson, Agent for Door County, at A. W. Lawrence & Co.'s store. Sturgeon- Bay, Wisconsin. 22-4 ry A. W. Lawrence & Co. still wish to keep the eyes of the farmers oi Door county turned to- ward the headquar- ters for all article* which they may need, and will pilot them over the bro- ken ground to the old reliable store.— A...

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 — 27 July 1877

: f ^ THE EXPOSITOR. CHARLES I. MABTIX, E d i t o r a n d P r o p r i e t o r . Pnttished Every Friday, iTOBGEON BAT, WISCONSIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (la adTtuce) »..„.$i 50 IT KOT PAID ONTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year... ...*... . %i 00 Six months .\"\"- • 1 00 Six months Three MARCHING ON. The Turks Evacuate Kus- tenji, on the. Black Sea. American Surgeons for the Turkish Army. I T w e n t y - T h r e ^ Kurdish Familie s Court-Martialed a n d Hanged by t h e R u s s i a n s . The People of Greece Rising Against the Turks—Volunteers Flocking to the Czar's Armies. EBZEROUM, July 16.—The Russians con- tinue to retreat in the direction of Kuruk- dara and Alexanderpool. General Meli- koff is still at Yenikoi,- fonr hours to the north of the Turkish center. ERZBBOUM, July 16.—Twenty .three members of Kurdish families inhabiting Russian territory have been court-martial- ed and hanged by order of General Meli- koff., LONDON, July 17.—A war correspondent telegraphs: ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 July 1877

wr ivcx UIMOOH. Tfcoa hastenest down between the Mil* to meet mo ,-. i*the roid, s. V . -V V ,^.:..- '\"-V\" •'•v-- 'v\" *hB secretflcaifcolyliming b£ thy1 bemvtUal abode - -Among the pines and mosseaof fonder shadowy .\"Wier* thou dost sparkle into BOOK, ana fill the ,.. •\".\"•.\"woods withflight. L^?' \"•'l:T'- s'V.••*'^ \" :y?**'f'•'•'. l i e travelers crossing ihe rude bridge, dear -Brook, would never guess, VhaB thy staid movement through the fields, thy mountain loveliness tkaa wanderest among weeds and grain in common- place disguise, Musi happy to evade the glance of undiscerning •••'• *y«,-''._..•._.:. Bat I have beard thee whispering', \"CM1 me by name,' Friend Brook,' T«_r that I am to thee come np to my remotest nook,' Jtui I will give thee freedom of the hospitable hills, And pour my freshness through thy life, from clouds and springs and rills.\" \" - ., ©happy soul! thy song- is sweet upon themoun- tafnV-'\"*. '\" tM_u n_ui_ . ^~ Hhe trees bend over thee, in leag...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 July 1877

74». FOE TEE YOUNG FOLKS. The Uvely: Ball. BY X. X. D. A baH's a'ball, and nothing more, When it lies upon the floor. See how grave and still its air! Not a bit of frolic there. What is this? Can Pussy's touch Change the quiet thin so much? See it start, and turn\", and hop! Fussy cannot make it stop! See them scurry! See them leap! See'the two fail in * heap! Now they roll 3 and now they run! Bless me! balls are M l of fuii L —&.'. Nicholas. Bye-lo-land. Baby is going to Bye-lo-land, Going to bee the sights so grand ,, Out of the C:y fie wee stars peep, Watching to see her fast asleep. Swliis so, Bye-lo! • , Over the mils io Bye-lo-land! Oh, the bright dreams in Bye-lo-land, All by thelovia^ angels planned! C. htl'.e lp.shes downwanl close, Just l'Ue* i ae petals of a rose. Swing so, Bye-'.o! Prettiest eyes in Bye-lo-land! once a hint that never required repeat- ing to the same customer.\" Regarding this ideal Tom, it is furthermore narrat- ed that he was the pink of everythin...

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 — 27 July 1877

WI ' •' STURGEON mStivvt 27,1877. TERMS OESUBSCR/PTION: ... One Year (I» advance)........*.:....\"-.....-..$i 50 Six months .\" •\".-.\"••.'». . ... . . 75 T h r e e V' '•:'»«\".. » : ........................ • 40 ••',VM? NOT PAID 'ONTnL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUBSCRIBING: One Year.... ..i...:'....,.... . .....,....$a oo .. S* months.*..t.v.'i...^....-...I.-.'.\".---...-, i oo W^MTe will closetyabrde by tke abov« terrris..jEl I NOTES CAUGHT ON THE FLY. The war eagle,'Old Abe, is twenty. ':'•' Hare you tried to destroy the bugs on . your potato vines? . Mra.Vanderbilt's pin money is said to be $1,000 per week. Warm days, and cool evenings is what we have now-a-days. Beer and boot-blacking are down to four cents each in New York. ' . The auction store at the old post office has been removed to Two Rivers. Every boat brings new visitors who couae to stay through the hot weather. \"Pine-apple clip,\" that's what the boys have done,with their hair in these par.ts. All branches of business ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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