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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 July 1879

^#^5*%$j^S3 A E M L I T t . .. sS-^^ii-iiSSE^sj^^ i*i Piwiyjune,17tti ?^th«'\"\" ^K^rfoub: MYoftfc aE\"^: s t i ^ ro^ ? ^ • ii& indeed^ tnat£after th# $«4ond^i&etrtavafter S \"-v tlon, the dJBconiflted actreM fled from author Imblchtv wrote, '.,i!^«: p^ie^jtifie ^Qfiduvrepitittrtaqiui^i^s^^J^^^OVC : iittle actfeM*^' Returning after v tt short i:Jutewal W^the capitali#!lMll^*Berifliatdt! ^V:pMforinetfJM^ :\" Saiht Martin bu^herfe a^ainjh^ja lleft.tQ -^ - ^ _x3erohard^paidi#^U^ rectoffofthe 0deojy^lwlJM!^2hiinKtd ~~r' deceive tier. 'TBBi was M.. Duquesnel, ::^j^4s^im^h&6atdf^^ r away everywhew^^itry3jieJtI_JL^sure: Stdmifch Bittew^becaase it accomplishes this y.:' -^.-||j|ry^- : j - y X ^ \" ^ • end,'*$r.\" greatly to be preferred to rnany'so JLi i JLYlJCLJ, \" X- i X J.VX H i I iodledldiic^^tt^a'iadeedias M?S^*r S«$i*^ *l&^ ^ WWW^inJ^atiwea* old* to digestion and 'asshnila- ijJilSlsPlf^ Uti£r,|l$6)^ -\"STCBeBOlf BA¥» MEAT KABKET •| Sli^UtAa A3W^R.r-An English ...

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 — 25 July 1879

HIS, Tenn J uly30. -The outlook iswrnhiiw bat cheering. Teh now cases : ^33M city authorities are sendi0g poor people but of the city, havingvm«i6 arv _ IiQatHville and Nashville Roads. Dr. Dud- leyDi 8(randeM^«nKPre8adent of the v Boardof Health, states that the fevey is -:r:aotwraalimuuitas last year,and yields :nfore:rapidry-to treatments ^ ^ •TJa»^ train jfemtheBbuth has \"l&tpfipr sengers fi^m Memphis, seventy-ftve of ± = ^B_A£^^r2Chica^^ - transferred to other cars on the other side 6f^heriv*r,jahdwent through in locked tpi^trajiavto^event any fromleaving' the^tau^TErpeople-aw^ ^f^Q^^Q«HKttomiddened-7- Getes-: littl-e alarmed at the r«nori^r hnf. nil t?*1? to give up theJonteet^ana attend la .. - — a t th e report s bu t al l -that can be done will bedoneto protect the city ^ahd State. The steamer Vint Shinkle for Cincinnati passed up to-day with about three hundred Memphiaus on SS**1'\"\"Qpej»^njreported'siokbn'lk»ar4/ Three coaches full of paBSengSTfor'Str Louis...

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 — 25 July 1879

\"'\"''\"ICISITOII sides numerous other stoppage* Ll Leigh diatritrt 1^000 •pifld^^ abort time/ and:i40,0©0 are-stopped alto- spindleauidlMlobnu are idle. io^of ^d*m»4 Setter, in Lew afreet, Bil.^- In Clayton county^, Ga.. oh th« miv=«»-•. liffilelJIlMh^^ fitaSio^ ^ She etoek_«ou«p-,of the. Nimrod furnace company at Youngstown, N. Y., fell on the Uth'Inst loss about $60,000. Five men ^ £ ^ • w ^ JL circular has been\" addressed to bisbops throughout the Catholic world, calling on ':^^0p0itao&[km9ii»&k- deridal ptigirim- agVtp Borne for the next feast of epiphany ^'•^Sl?'.^^ . The single scull race.12 miles and return, between Courtney and Biley, $500 a side, \\taoji£pl«}e ^^^ the 15th inst, Courtney winning the race W^K M ••- ' DlplitfceWav ^ ^ - f f h ^ n i b i p ^ p ^ coa tinnes^ts-rav^es-in-BeBBmbia, where~a p ^ *eacr$t ^ r?: . • ' • lines and the clothing of thf peasantry. ^riwnsport which recently left Odessa for d^^SogJialie^^ y • two hundred from djsewe, a ...

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 — 25 July 1879

^ a DURING its period of growth Indian corn draws from the soU thirtyndx times its own weight of water. . : „A TKABEOONFDI. ^f COd 6U to a gal'- Ion of water will exterminate all the in- sects that infest gardenplants and beau- •'tif^^fi^ei^\"\"^\"^\"\"^^\"^^7\" rv7Fvf A- HOBBB fork should l in-every laara. In the hurry of haying, the cost of a horse hay fork may easily be saved in one week, py rapidfunloading. r THE:^nih^ now is, to keep it as near the surface, and to intermingle it with the soil, as much as possible. MB. ^\\STEfi'experiments have proved 3 3 ^ | i ^ j i Q r j e ^ ^ the dry substance of their food, sheep 12 per cent, and cattle 8 per cent. . - C6AiTARapplied hot to a roof wjU chrerit orieaking. \"Talce or tie rags on an old broomstick, and use. -thisrfor spreading the tar over the de-, *™4 j ^ 0 ^ 8 - ^ ^ - • - -•\"••': '':--\"- ~j-:~-- ---•'•'•'•- ^-A-KTJSr-in-agood^iwe cjr^asswIlV \"greatly^help thencalyei. ^iFhe morelhey are pushed, without overdoingit, during ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 July 1879

Jvilla] rand fifc^vTxB ^sfetr. aviiffi Hon. 0 ScofioW, of R«l Biver.is inlhe ±Oiu-tugs*re as~watehfdl as-bawka Mf: Thomas Misav an iniw*„« - pw^newiicburfr: to^^ g to some law therein orated. I shadow--of a vessel Readies the mouthyof theba^tney steam: otit to tdW^^^.ta shows they have an eye to business. Willie Mcintosh and [Walter Webster, who have been visiting\" Mr. James Mc-This intosh and family_ior the pasVweek, started^lp^^iTOin^Ohlc^o^on^ihe fe^TuaJ»dj»y For open wounds or ulcers of all kindsjwash themfreqaently* with Pain Paint and have them quickly and perma- '\" • • - - — • - - tiDii. '- ________ McEach am's Adam^Hendricks, the good-natured fj&hw b£vtj^se \"^ Bailey's fiarbor. has Keen spending the week m town attendmg coart. Of course we received STcall -Haee fans, worked byrteam,have been placed in thefireman'sapartment of the Sturgeon Bay Lnmb«r Company's mill, which is a greatimprovement and speaks, weHi6t^bos8,f JohnRyan inhisendeavor\"SP&&iSI____...

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 — 25 July 1879

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ^tntsmsgmmmsmm^ ^c^^y^^es^U^ia^^^^dix^oa For. the maintenance of the stars andstripes we\" contend and through these columns will wage .-war upon the party, or parties, corporations or monopolleBvOfwhaCeTer nature^ that may4inder- take to again tear the colors from the people, the whole people1 towhom the nag belongs1 GREENBACK STATE TICKET. For Governor: -._ COL.BBTJBKN MAY* For Lieutenant Governor: •-' COL. W. L. UTLBY, :- ' : OFBAOIHE.- EorJBecretar535tSt8tBT: SB,-- or OBAMT. ForState Treasurer:——•- —— PETER A. GRIFFITHS, -•- OP WlSHBBAGO.- -•-• For\"Attorney Generai:^77-^:rsa:p - .-.. -.COVGEOB. GOODWIN, _ '/' ~\":^-.y.^:~ OPMttWAUKBBi .\"$ijr Su pOTuit~^ =HCH33EABJiESi I7iO*-MXR»rHpKr- ST-BSrEON BAS^YY*-V.-^UL^26a870Christians At Watertowm this week* the names of the gentlemen riomm -atedfor^tatefficers-at^eStateHMnv|j^f^ held at Watertown on the 15th inst, by theendorse^K^reenTia^Hacetas^eycerta^ Union Greenback-PartyofWisconsin,__„ The ticket,is a soli...

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 — 25 July 1879

k p i m : • v Xhe fiddler man'iwu old and pray. ,v ,\\Th« naqier man w « torn '.,, u : • And hisfiddleIt had a^u^alecrack^i--,-- • ••-.•,-'\": -Audit let«di»cord lo /:.'7-'•',.•.- :'K.-- Y,: But wherever he went. or,w.bera*er he came, -1 Thefiddler'*wsftoinerwas ever the same And the song that he »arighad aeheer* sound 7 All-day as he trave'e*bis weary round: •—. ••-.*« The son may shine, anct.toejralu-may-fall, -'.-- \"Bat the good OIM-'tiiiethover all,\" \" : -, '-.._ fiT^^j^ng^lbeJddler^ldVaud gtt^ ••-•-•^•-^^---^—•--^ J 2he fiddler man had'neither lands, ?• \"-••' 7Ndrflocks',nor herds,Wr gold { / He earned wbatAs had of meat and drink, ,• • : And lodging, anwothes, and.a bit of chink, •-' - :::^ir^thhUfidWe^craokedandoldr^^^ z : •„ • , As up and dtftrh through each street and lane, In the sultry sun or the chilling rain, WftM twanging string, but with cheery strain, He fiddled, and sang the old refrain: ' \"'Thesun may shine and thoxain may fall, w \"Buttbe gbf»a God rul...

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 — 25 July 1879

W. LAWHENCE & CO., FBOPEIETOBB. ghest market price paid for «11 Wnd* oT We keep »' good, supply o f . . , j.M &ND FEED, rempt attention given to all kinds of - - for sale by the barrel or sack, and at bot- U B S . JHXHfirEWS jitery andVariety Store. New and I^rge Stock of Goods o arap ....' x^^oxix'O^ESz^. j and Children's Patterns, -.. Stamping for Embroidery, :±±^±Liii^ Agp.---\"-:--'--\"--'^:~- ••\"•\"-I—'——-. Dellvered at the Great Boaton Greenback Stall —.Lawim .A^^iaaTijapMrirojM Stgggjg^» when,Jlfiistr_pr^claiinedthe' WuUia: of the Greenback party, away down in the backwoods of Maine, little did I think it would ever bo my good fortune to stand before such an audience. But yet, when I saw in my immediate neighbor- hoodrat the rMstofiice:^ I am Postmaster, when I «aw thir^-eight men -'oixt-' :of'for1y-'thiBV'''met'--st te'TOdtofflc6:£t'^ IJuTs^Wmposeo^rtheT^^ parties, voting for that grand old patriot, Peter' _Cooper, I knew there was a inighty power in the Gre...

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 — 25 July 1879

wwiii*! ,.ii?i!^^SlBli^lK:,.... Its Attractions for Pleasore-Seekers, 3 aud Unbounded Induceuieuts *teAttigjiliEiS^^ •^•'^pTO^ are advertising - ^arid^ ^ ^/M:!.L:ijr^p?c^e\".lb»iiti^l f'.'« ,gfe&--JÂ¥prd so- well w v deserved cannot be out of thg way fotiPpor feife^piut^x^This^^ffty^oir^ extern j^r- £ f = der of' \"VVisconsin, and \"is tf.penmsula, thelocated, ^ ^ ^ b r t J ^ r i d n ^ t ^ O ^ ?^ ^ed^byr$i£ d e ^ S-A the eastshore^ torders pn.:^hoTi^irinsw^by thfe s Mf crystal waters of Lake\" Michigan. The face yj &f thecounty is exceedingly attractVverGrace- \". 1 . fqi: and lofty bluft's, covered with timber, 2.. ,1afford iights,looking-out- over-the^and and - ^ as thejrpung : the ladyas^welj-as ^ , : .':•' nian and pleasing {6.cniidrra tion.'Theihandsqitie Valleys,(tiinbered), ptetty •f1. :rravlnesV\"|Bt!fvalsan glades, blertd In i land- , : scape as fair as an oriental garden. Although / : ^ h ^ places in the^ county-are. humerous for Ti pleasure^eRersrSturgeqn Bay ...

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 — 8 August 1879

W^M yjs^0fin70^ :^m lllltiM^ • '•'-'£•• 7 m» a = ^ l ^ ^ O B l l ^ ^ Boath African War—Towns Baraed-Surrender «f Leading: Chtetk t« the Britldh. jGemnuiT -the SocUUste. Tmrker. Iadla^l Bfr- ^s^=--=bfHio»—FaMiaew — riordenskjold —ir—--:~ - •• ' V- \"-•.• Freed froin the Ice. ' jiymff^y^B^., • •• • s , LONDON, July Sl^The J?aris correspon- dent of the ZltVww telegraphs the. follow- ing from the Momieur: -Z \"England h*s for » year been helping the Sultan of Morocco to' prepare for a conflict with Spain, as the latter hankers forannexation-of the former'a territory. ^Ewflfeb:officewiwre: .been drilling troops, andEnglish Engineers fortifying Tran- fpai.n ier BngUnd fears that the conquest of by Morocc:o would prejudice Gib- -\\raltar^^:# ^-- T^^^Tr^r*----::- - \"•TOBBAT^^ BBraAOT.—ira BXPBOTES: OiF THB ••\" LouDou, July 81.-'In the House of Com mons to-day the Chancellor 6f the Eicheq- . uer stated that the government proposed 7~^a*-a-yote^f^3^KW^K», oh account of the expenses o...

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 — 8 August 1879

BTUBflBON B AY. WISOONSWf. IS MOEK Secrets of the Deep. Ihu^g the l*st two weeks the skeletons of severalbodies hare been washed ap on Thw mother JiadJeft the oldldileepin ^ ^ ^ ^ I t l a J i d i h o M , of-trains.Jltot-jjjjji^to ertitrQ^jfc^ttlifi *w-notrlir-f»vor^df - thepro *\"»! rejj?MjS8^ Mrs. John Mehlbrecht, while assisting her husband by driving %rhiaTve»ferVne» Me^ dotarlll^on^e 25& her little boy, scarcely thrfeyeaw-old, over the Adrlatio sea, /Gne vessel^s^ ^ and twenty damaged More or less. Several {jjwMJB^loifcl^.^-:' •• \" • y ''- ••- - - ^ — ^ ^ v^:' y: v-'H^Jirjjim«ii Btti&,'..v' 'u?' '''•-T\". - A cannon of 24 centimetres calibre burst on board the German gunboat Benown at Wilhelmshaven, on the 80th nit Five men ^were killed and twenty-five woiwdedi ^ : \" Thei 'secretaryl^^ie hai jreceived a dis- patch faom John-Welsh, United States min- ister to Englandjlirtating that his resigna- tion has been forwarded by mail. It is gen- i erjaUy understood that do...

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 — 8 August 1879

®=? THE greatest profitalwayscomes from arly feeding, and it is retained by full BedAg:.a^rw»^£^j. 7^7:77^J7 : '77. BY growing a greater variety of crops re diminish risk from unfavorable ons,einMJit, is not often that afieaaon is ihfavorable toall crops idSfce£i^ ' ~^ AGOOD remedy agWst the scale in- lect ia to use a Buds made of carbolic oap, and brash'the affected parts with *jt thoroughly^ ONE bushel ol£corn^and: oataground together and fed to poultry will produce ifteeri--pounds htrrfleshv\" How- many pounds of pork would the samequantity )Lfoo THE manure of cows and pigs resists .-{decompositionfor a longer time-than tEaf of the sheep and b.orse—both thejtid^that tatter being dryer than the^ormer, and decomposing more readily in the soil. SALT is of great advantage in straw- berry culture. From six to eight bushels to the acre sown at the timeof lEetavefSge wMlCp^rwntT\"!^=^*ti^^^,^i^§^^^ © proportions of the various elements of fluctuate, that of the^fats ^ riff^thA ta...

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 — 8 August 1879

So.(^j*T^yy-j *»^?^.G^' :V^y^KV ^\"^yM^^'^\"^H'**^.,yri*\\'^ f ^ r1'.^1.^'**^'•JJ'^T • j to-morrow (Saturday/ erontog, -AIT are 1 invited to attend, and have aKgrand good *^V»Ti#St^^ there-estaWlflhmentofan express office, flow lonfr will the~ Vgreat-want\" continue to be a want? • •:'v - ^ ! ' c:v. MOT PAID pimL • 75 |lp§la:i^^ For the benefit of ourlad?readers whb are so fortunate ?)a to do, or help to do a-AEW^^scwM^ toeir own^cw)iiogr—^'8et a-cupofrwater **\" TnMe ove% while balrmg.'^ meats or bread frombuhitog^ f f The complaint ainbbg^Hoi^ ror bur farmers is that the wheat did not spreadf jU:M?^M:V»mlS^j&ts^eM'henceri}ts. straw Is light I t may %e that too little seed to the acre was the real cause. t S%S^&™*^ AND GENERAL HAPPENIS6S. o o o o e a e o d b o f t . • 5 BlackbiBir^es^begin to ri Haryesttag contin^^ Jr3^ba^ly1ift^^ false-hood. ^^e^T-july^teTrmlof thlT^ircuit court • * • : K' :*v7IH not a draft cause a cold, cure a ^co^andlPftyLthedoctor! ^ - u - — - ^ ...

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 — 8 August 1879

$£& mmmmmm PUBtlSHElT^fE^FRltortf : ccmtained some dozens or even hundi^s bfjtte^ animals in one package,/ it is probable that at hutted through the ppst-m the-course //ot the Whple.year.^-Amohg^tbe- ordinary passengers by mail, say the' statistics, are native and fpr- eign birdsOf all~kinds, fish,- oysters /crabs, dogs, monkeyv crocodiles, snakes, bears, opossums, and martins- Though many, of , For the maintenance of the stars and stripes we contend$ and through these columns will wage war upon the parly, or parties, corporations or monopolies, «f whatever nature, that.may ullaer- take to again tear the colors fronutho people, the •\"Whole-peopleHo-whom^hvflaitljelbngsi :r«B»E|fBiC^tiTinpiCiCET. For Governor: , — COLTRfiTJBENTitiYr . .._- '_j .. OP.VKBOKA, ' - V For IieutenahtlSo^rndTt^—~— . s\"- COL. W. L. TJTLEY, y~\"-' .\" .op.RACINE. . For Secretary ol State: 7 GBOrW. LEE, ~- -_--r_^^^._/OF..GBAHX.^_ POT State TteasurerT\" .—.—^—PBTBH A^GRIFFETHSr Of WINHEBAGO. For Supe...

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 — 8 August 1879

thevvillage. ..., ,. , ,.r Noboc^ ever knoira how aach,. come to be commonproperty but jme- bee^niaWtof^ ^vv ftS^h**e» Jtow:aoJi^t-beipe^8tt iiSWbile tawny E«rpt 1»W .ao&Weeil :.: i£A:h^ th^t.BrXMd8,^^^ ? ' ''\"Bidw retribution Hte o ghoii•'.'-7- • \" rv'fe \\ s-'Xojpotut the-ttpnyax w»»*re Libya btal?-*f v- - :Owoep(airTnaideai«ftfialr:FfiMico:, ' , y !fc^A-ooj* i«id.uJ 6i!, - *M.-- ,.,.... -.-. v-^Xtesdead In mail on fj.xi'aojatpoat. r! ' And thus to die 1 ^ ^ so, aldtiei, •'-•--:-..-.7, •?:'••'. ••Â»-- .la thatsame land-wberWe once led:7 ,a7 7-fl Xar$ughle#on» to » throne,!.. ^ JJ .-,:. 77- -' :: ^Deadli'SiarltaeSa in the tall rankgrawR -^vpeadliaiid alone In the greatd«*iamltfr~ O mother! not empress now, mother, 7 And a nobler name, too, than, all other, ' iMuMlMJaaefliromJhfcnaati .\"'''7', fcffiari|SbI^ wbttpjele^l^ana th|a^if9tt#1SJ wlre^ii6nto^ OmiothertfaatwattdihraniaaBl ,__ Itoiieanod chants jnujt.bo said, 1L: ±j:_z±_j Dead!' DP«4Int^eJongstrojbggrE43eÂ...

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 — 8 August 1879

iynopsif o f a Spc^ech M a d e b y P o r t e €& 1 ^ I c n v l B e l o r e ii\" ^ G r e e n b a c k Meetin g --~--^~t v-'' In De§Molttea, l a . 3.'^LHO There Is bnt the one and oiJv good for wbloh illlimnanity lives. That one and only good is the acme of human life—Happiness. The question, then, for ns to solve ia: u How can weT»hapxTy?*t '.^-'tli^W'i^-qjaLjai^'i^Si^ factorily is to solve the problem of life. While we^niay^ot^)e^bjU}^^ once, it is very evident that society is search- ing fdrthem solve it • It has always been so, and always will be so.\" Societyis constantly struggling to readjust itself, and, step by Btep, mankind —nlTes-^rom^hlower^o-arhigher-oivJliiBitlon Nor is it possible for man In.his .organised, capacity, to have a perfectsform of govern- ment, until he becomes a law unto himself. Then he will need no government How can\" imperfection^put- en perfection?The principal- - trouble:—with—dur- -people_4ust now seems to~be~\"that mostxpeople insist thatwe^nuBt...

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 August 1879

Sags ^^ffi|g|i|^i|i|if^j^ ifcsp devetop themselves, the\"circulation is-contain. ^ . „ ^ | # ^ S r | ^ The CON Sl^^KJlolt^tt^^St ^ p | * : | i ^ i ^ ^ i r i g y ^ e tableJla^tlve,^wprtfa:all,, the ^*1*ar3c^u5.'^ ^ i d i ^ ^ ^ ^ c h e a p nostrums fMlcoiistipatidnV ££ should abandon such hurtful and useless med- * S^icuie^ijand substitute for thenv \"'this pieaiaht sj andj^tle a^nent,\"^wl»_ not only produce? -Ml^il^Sfrtiye '.''effect naturally, • JyyV jtfso :-:l/fstretigthens\\ tvHfle Zit regulates the bSwieliT ft rstbmach and liveiyLvv It moreover cures and ^prevents intermittent and remittent fevers, ^ .gatrtf rhetuua^m, debility and urinary Leonhardt's Star Baker SilSi^e^SiS^^^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^S^^^^S^^i -Havhwaeinreaa the lea^bwduttlde dtiearl-shall^veTthe pn*4 \"6murgeOTrWT»aTv1c& cries in this sectio%of thoStat* Everything - the bakery line will be Itept constantly on nanu Give UB* can, ana by BO dotag: yon wm enconr age a new enterprise inybnr midst. •, v J 1 ^ Having...

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 — 22 August 1879

•or* Aboit JBiU U»«._«i»iU-€I«Bpow*er Setiam. Streigth orth« Chi.we xmy. Xe««U»~tellow Ferer ^ri^lBr. r ^ ihwoeiyed fey the Daily New ri^^et-taia^uiit of the meetfngbf'Jw Zaluip^pqtejisi^^ icaiinfjfc b^f^j^Se^iMtltflSfito^to : Sir Garnet, as immediately after its close Col. Clark's brigade was ordered to move for- ^aidthei}dispatchlaagisaM^ijl^^!^ d«Ht^^le^nd»ajh O^dated Port DornfoiKiJuly23/i. TObfe r6flPorttofcoertainhiiMni^.Qln^^oS£, beaccepteo!,-TOr\"wbAtdegree^ liberty |ffiaj»deb|rfence la the fatare woald be ifrant^fhl^^eisma^^^ dispatch,^that \"fetewayf wamorsZhaye ogmpletely^ie^rtM htasU andthat farther flghtffigZIeLJiiajgg^^ ycPto reject them, aod drive him-into the bnsh,„fro1m1whence he may fov r some timo e of slate from the coal that is »me from soreen to screen onendless canvasbelts got betweenthese rollerson^.Mondayjnorniiyr. Tbe boy reached up from the scafFoldinj? on -which he stood to tak'n the slate oat. His hand was caaght by the rollers and .,. •* w...

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 — 22 August 1879

W$$IB^'MMm the bathtag landing at Martfaa'S Vine- s ' yard, Mas*, 0» the 7th to^^ neck broken by striking on the bottom. „ i- 10l!^l|t ».vB«rii:JBil«iiHfc'-.fft-:-..^J: Joseph Wightra-a^-Wm Bjchardson were killed andnine persons leriouily in- jured by the falling of tfmberi at a barn •d a* a crime in the United States. The at torney general has been in consultation withthe diatrtot attorney of 9tah,-who \"\" oommeice the|ro«wafioni in^h- '-1'* eck, Monttna,dlspatch-nt th inat, atatea that Gen. MUea arriyed there, haying driven th^^^^ ada, and capturing all thehalf breed* bat, tween that point and Wood mol&tainti MUeahaa divided hU force into two com manda for the purpose of watching the bor- The ] ^ Montana territory, reports the maiaacre of elgh^'iSfi^^ QmTeutni. ^ Y ^ ^ ^ ^ * * * * * * * * i of the i:*|K«tt1 - ^:A Ckmerona out. '• ' •mH.yandefbiir ha given for^ gymnasium and the erectionof a civil en- gineering and •cientiflc hall on the grounds ©fjTanderbfltuniveriityj...

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 — 22 August 1879

^e.^l^' :»\" gboa: v trai^ly\" of lioiliQii ills. Prompt a^cniton given to illJdndt of Hotir for s»lft by the barrel or wok, *nd»t bot- tom prlo*. • - .-~':r v .:....,30-6tt aTT»OP So limited and iinu6uai! iB the impor- tationof wheat intoFrance that, in view of the present ahort crop, elevatow are bnildingJp_ handle grain fjfbsLabrii^i: DB. ANDBttsorf of Scotland, estimates t h W o n e w w ^ amount of manure annually which will yield 108 pounds of ammonia, 88 pounda of pOtaah and M pounds'of phoBphoric acid - and that these elements represent a value of $22.75, based' on their availa- bility, aa compared with artificial fertiliz- era in which they are found. 4 i v GuiNBA^bwlfl arerampngthe mdat^c- tive destroyers of the Colorado beetle, a writer claiming that one guinea hen will protect an acre of potatoea, Whether pitTriot ^ey|»OflB«iB such a surprising ca- pacity of gizzard, they certainly prey on New and large Stock of Goods ^ ' I I M J n i y \\r MI • fc^|^eb^tlea8Wel^aB^m...

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