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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 October 1873

.1. STURGEON BAY^WISGONS^pCTOBER *4, i*& t?& USINESSCARD9. E. C. DANIEfcS, REAL ESTATE AGENT. '••*• STURGEONBAY, WIS. Real Estate bought $nd sold, taxes paid and lands located tirms liberal. A long and thorough acquaintance with the lands in this vicinityand several years experience in this business enables me to guarantee full satisfac- tion. 16m CH^IS DANIELS. Insurance Agent, STURGEON BAY, WIS. Represents some of the most reliable and sound companies. Applications solicited'and policies promptly procured. I tf STURGEO N BAY HOUSE HUGO SEIDEMANN, Proprietor. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Opposite the Court House Cor, of Main & Spruce St, The Stnrgeon Bay House is newly fitted up in first class style for the reception of guests and boarders,. —NearesfHouse to Steam boat landing.-*? GOOD STABLING FOB TEAMS. D. A. REED, Attorney at Law, ^£0GEONBAY, WIS. non-residents. All business entrusted to roe B. G. H A N N A N , DEPUTY COUNTY 8URVEY0B. STURGEON BAY,* WIS. Prompt attention give...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 October 1873

Wmrn msm$ »•-* • k # 4 '&•&> TfrE E X PO SITO R, StVRQEON BAT, WIS. PINNEY A, CO., Publishers. H®# el? 33aa5'M.»s«sK5«!fi«'/ \\ -..*,. V MrBj&aar. A FBESS shooting-match came off at the Creedmoor grounds, New York, last week, in which there were twenty-three entries. Gen. J. R. Hawley, of Hartford, won the tirst prize W. H. Clark, of the New York News, the sec- ond: L. 0. Brace, of the Turf, Field and Farm, theihlrd Thomas Lloyd, of Harper** Weekly, the fourth Charles G. Shanks, of the New York Tribune, the fifth and J. K. Mcln-. tyre, of the Brooklyn Eaglerttie sixth prize. ... .In New York, on the. 10th inst., gold was quoted at lOfJ and silver 104 to 108. Ex-Cirr TiiEAHuiiKit SrBAocK, of Brooklyn, •who has been indicted .for embezzlement, de- nies haying defrauded the city out of a cent. He holds Rodman, his deputy, responsible for all the stealings... .A. E. Phillips, formerly Consul to Santiago, oommittedVilcide in New York, last week, »by cutting 'his...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 October 1873

•'i^iM-B^^t^ ]Mw&impbwV%BI8MAl)E^ \"tVHESE MEN NE VER LA UGH. . * How do you think yon would like to live fearing every, moment to be blown -up, none, daring to speak aloud on jar anything, for fear of starting, an explo- sion that would send you in an instant to the other world ? You don't think, it would be very pleasant? Well, it isn't, yet hundreds •of men live in just that state—work, re- vive pay, and live year after year in the very sight of death, as it were—all that the worldf may have gunpowder. You •can easily guessthat these men go about -quietly and never laugh. You know that gunpowder is, very •dangerous in a gun or near a fire, but perhaps you don't know that it is equally -dangerous all through the process of making. A powder-mill is a tearful place \"to visit, and strangers are very seldom -allowed to go into one. They are built far from any town, in the woods, and -each branch of the work is done in a separate building. These houses are quite a distance from ea...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 October 1873

«TCBesoirBAT,irift. • * |Wi »n» toadvoc»te th« highest and best (ntoresu of tht whole peop]«,'ab»oIut«ljr rtpudlesi of ail pw- tie* tapolrtk*wid*cainreUgion. V -y-Vvw-.^ dotfan p«r Mattm. FRIDAY, October 24 1873. With our politest bow we hand the reading public the first Issue of the Ex FOliTOt. We hive aimed to so com mence its publication that we can main- tain an unyielding independent position. When we *ay independent we do not mean indifferent. We do not expect to be indifferent to the interests of the peo- ple nor in the election of the various County and State officers, but simply independent of all personal or party fealty. We start our course with no pledges to. any party or person, as parties or per- sons ''pledged only to the right and to the best interests of the whole people, Our work and influence is in no man- ner bartered or bought. We aim to know no political or religious distinc- tions and shall give no personal prefer- ences, directly* The man who adopts ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 October 1873

In most Senatorial Districts, compos- ed ot more than one county, it generally happens that the larger and more popu- lous counties take more than their (air share of representation simply because : they have the power. Yet in most cas* •r es, occasional representation is magnani- mously granted to the smaller counties. Green Bay has hid the senator neir- ly ALL the time since 1862, and now it is generally understood that the shrewd wire-pullers of both parties* in Brown ' county, aided by a few political huck- sters here, have determined that in the future, as in the past, the senator shall be taken from that favored county and expect the people to ratify their edict at \\t_he polls. At the last Senatorial convention of the Republican party an\" attempt was made to reduce the representation of Door and Kewaunee counties to*ONE ..delegate each. Why such an attempt if not to give the sole controFof future! conventions to Brown? As before ar- ranged, that county had twelve delegates a...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 October 1873

^fitiii mmm:'M: „.,-»-5aSr-...- 1§§ i i $fH •MM? I$wi%s3i wm llili^i\" :^^:i0M0M$^!:l$Lt ••:•: • ^ ' | $ h e ^ ^ •',',.' :§ T v y i ^ ••' •. .: Our toil and labor can supply \" ^ Vf. TtwS^t^thbradAfidmeat y.. • . 4 lliwi why iliould capital control. Oottaumpttoo now should rule toe trade* '\". « Producer'* guide of gain And pay the farmer ftr Ui« wori, In drought aa irell M ralii. To give each one enough to eat Within our broad, free land,' The rich and poor, the high and low, The farmer* do demand. The iron rail shall ne'er control The harvest In the field Nor stop the planting of a crop, Nor atop the growing yield. The iron rail should never bend Beneath » \" watered'? tie £ ,- For life la rauoh too sweet on earth , For ** watered \" stock to buy. \" v t ' The iron rail i t made for man. And not man for the rail v For liberty in virtue's gift, To crime belong* the Jail, - The East, the West, the North, the South, United ever atand For cotton, corn, and wheat and rati - Com...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 October 1873

R K N OOTJBIT MM PALIS AN D iron* no'other cause thaa baring worms in the atomeobu BBOWV8 VERM1FUGB COMFITS will destroy Worms without injury to the child1, being perfectly WHITE, and free from all color* tug or other injurious ingredients usually used in' worm preparations. CURTIS 4 BBOWK, Proprietors. NO. » 1 » Fulton Street, New York. Sold ly Druggitt* and ChtmUts, and dealer* in Jfedie.net, at TwKYTY' riVB cairrs A Box. ''*,?•• . 1 .16 45 @ 62 @ 56 § 95 @ 45 @ _ _„ 75 @17 00 8i @ 8J 46 661 61 97 50 60 § 6 12$ 40 S 5 60 75 @ 4 75* 75 S St 50 50 S 2 25 00 g 4 60 00 @ 9 00 75 @ 7 00 08 § 02J@ 37 @ 33 @ 61 © 35 @ 26 @ 19@ MEET MAA&ET& .„ NEW *OBK. B u r r o s — N a t i v e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr # 12$ T e x a u s . . . . 7\\ '11 H O G S — D r o w s e d . . . . . . . . .'„..... 6 $ # 7| r .COTTON—Middling Upland...... 18§@ FLOim—Stiperfine Western...... 6 50 g 6 25 WHEAT—No. 2 Milwaukee \".. 1 COBS—Mixed W e s t e r n . . . . . . . . . OAT S BYE—Western*......

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 October 1873

f}AOWAUii»Bl 0. WASRB17BV, f^ - i V f i ^ j s t ^ • \\tT-:} V: -ibi? lUlBiiiiBi'^'- -:' '••Â»Â» SKitrMYorSrATi,' •' IFBsUIl W. T0UH6, Or SACK FOR STATS TftBAftVRsr OLIC. JOHlfSOlf, '.•' Or -ROCK.. . ' FOR ATTORNRV GSNBKAI., LEAHDEB F.FBIfJBY, / .'•'• . OrWAiMiwoTOii. FOR SursRtMTRWDANT or PUBLIC INST*UCTIOH, IOBBBT OBAHAM, Or WlNNBIACO. FOR COMMISIIONBB Or IMMIORATION, GEOBGE P. MltDKAH, Or MlUTAUKBB. FOR STATB SBMATOR J. SwCUBTIS, Or GRBBN BAT FOR MBMBBR or ASSEMBLY, DEMHI8 A. BKB0, •: OrSTURGBON BAT, %ms fi J--p'y DCMOORATIO Llb«r«l Reform Tlokt*. • FOB GOVERNOR, W«. ft. TATLOB. FOB LIBVTBMAMT OOVBRNOR, CBAIw ». PAB1KB. FOB SBCRRTARV or STATB, FOTEB BOTLE. . '• FOR STATB TBBAPVRRB, FSBBIMAHD EVEHlf. FOR ATTORNBV OBNRRAL, ^ FOB SurV. PUBLIC Iwanwrcno** - IftWABJUSfiABIHO. For Commttitontr of Immigration, HABTIR J. ABfiABD. For State Senator, JOB* V. BEAD. For Member of Assembly M08BSKIL00BE. TMI MUIICAL ECHO for October preienti a rich variety. It ofeni with a iketch entitled ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 November 1873

liilfalillliliK wSSjacps :****, t{ I. BAY, NOVEMBER r ms. •NO. 3. BUSINESS CARDS. i ^ e s l Estate bought Wd sold, taxes paid and lands located terms liberal A long and thorough acquaintance with the' lands in this vicinity and several years .experience in this business enables me to guarantee full satisfac- tion, • .'Y'-.\"-V- -,.' ',.v ..-.• . • ' C H R I S D A N I E L S . Insurance Agent, STURGEONBAY, WIS. Represents' some of the most reliable and un companies. Applications solicited and policies promptly procured. i tf STURGEO N BAY HOUS E '. HUGO SEIDEMANN, Proprietor. STURGEON BAY, WIS. * Opposite the Court House Cor, of Main & Spruce St The Srnrgeon Bay House is newly fitted up in first class style for the reception of guests and boarders. '''$ —-Nearest House to Steam boat landing.-—• GOOD STABLIKO FOB TEAMS. D. A. REED, Attorney at Law, STURGEON- BA Y, WIS. District Attorney for Door County Safes, and purchases of -Real Estate\"? negotiated for will receive careful atte...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 November 1873

OO.v Publishers $$$$&&. I*ml^C»dwril*d»t, of B«volution»ryf»m«, § | p | § | | | | ^ .\"&&* eged 86.... * ' The D«pnty Poatnu^r of W^ Del., 1 ^ of thcNewEaglmnd nMmufftotaringMUbliah- aMnU hfcv© been compelled to shut down on «Pe»unt of the moneUry stiugenoy. Others Jtt§ PtK?-i^ £&&•' » itS^n TH* Oonstttutlonsl Convention of Pennsyl- vania has adopted » chmse forbidding the grwjthjg of passes by railroads except to era- ployeB....On*rgegof Immense frauds on the revenue, based upon the affidavit of » dis- charged olerk, are made against the extensive New York house of Woodruff & Robinson. The fraudi, It is said, amount to over $2,000,- 000 .. .Ex-Postmaster Stewart, of Pittsburgh, will be tried on three indictmenta—embezzle- ment, forgery and perjury... .The manufac- turing diatricts of Connecticut are represented to be in an unfortunate condition. It is said from ltf.OQO to 20,000 operatives and factory handa have been thrown out ot employ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 November 1873

J M r f e « . i|i|^^f^r^i^i^S|^pp^ -3i|^^ v 5&e second and last days* session oi the Convention was largely occupied Patrons of Husbandry convened at Chicago Itfedi^ yA^ a c*iefiillyvprep^ address on gates *erein^dtodanoe from^ translation, by Mr. Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Indiana, New Tork and Canada, y^ C. B. Beeman, vof Iowa, was elected ^temporary Chairman, and S. M. Smith «nd S. T. -K. J'rime,. temporary Secre- taries. . '• . j ' ' '-*' Mr. Beeman, before taking ihe chair, made a short speech, in which he said that he was en, route to New York to or- ganize a State grange. This question of cheap transportation is one of vital importance to the farmers of the great Northwest, when it is considered that 400,000,000 bushels of grain are yearly shipped eastward,- and that the farmers pay for freightage to the seaboardtwen- ty-five cents per bushel more than they should pay if the charges were honestly registered. Cormorants in the guise of transportation companies...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 November 1873

\":: ^'-\" - J \" ^ v ^ ' ^ - ' T r '•'-'•*'•'•**-'~':---T'::*Wfi:'-''Y~- •••**•-•'•••••-•\" .••• -. STCMKOSIAT^WIS. «#•••• 'l,f^^0i-§^i^i» advocate th« hifhwt wwi but latarwu ^ J|ttptfS^jiN*'*:*'^* pwpfc, *1»OIM^ Of a]ffa« ^ f l * » s ^ i ^ FRIDAY, November 7, 1873. bO0Jt OOUHtY OFFICIAL DIBECTORY. atoautttw-va*'* l^.ri'V life IP®\" SI* -' County Treasurer, - JOSEPH COMGNON, STURGEON BAY, Clerk ofth« Board of Supervisor* / C, A. MASSR, STURGBOtf BAY. Register of Deeds. PETERZENNERS,3TURGEON BAY District Attorney \" D..A. REED, STURGEON BAY. Jerk Of the Circuit Court CHRIS DANLELS, STURGEON BAY Sheriff, DAVID HOULE, STURGEpN BAY County Surveyor*,. * * ' . : ' * JAS.C.PINNEY,STURGEON BAY. B. G. HANNAN, DEPUTY. Chairmen of the Board of Supervisors, , \" • A. NOBLE, FISH CREEK. . Count Judge. _ i :...-. R. M, WRIGHT, STURGEON BAY. Superintendant of School* CHRIS DANIELS, STURGEON BAY, Clubs for the Expositor. liberal Offer! The people have now had time to see THE EXPOSITOR, an...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 November 1873

e ennual county taxes tre soon to ^ | l ^ i ^ ^ the Board of Supervisors, pM ^4estre jq tc»^cctfuliy urge u^on jlBfeatteiition of the Boafd, in view of the present unsettled state of the finances pj f the country* that it is very important that they make-the burden as light * as possible, The town and school taxes had been voted before the financial panic had swept over the country and are prob- baly higher than they would have been. had-the people known what the finan- cial condition would be at the time of paying taxes.,~ But the burden of coun- ty taxes can and should be reduced to the lowest possible point, consistent with our necessities. Last year, the county taxes levied, amounted to tfbout $1.8,000 in round numbers, about one half of which was for the highways. This year no crop raised by farmers commands as high prices as last year except potatoes, and this crop is light. Hay is sold for about one half the price obtained last year, while wages are re- duced 10 to 15 dollar...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 November 1873

£is#S4 m& z-miv1' P&W\"-'' ,S.. IBIS:? mm- ate I P HK. iit P&V'. kid him: grafe the flower* And tbore l ^ g»t», whiltI writ?, tb« song Of the nuUn robin U»p»»wwt wid •troug \" •,.. ' S i ^ the U0 4srk of tlie ^«^iiirt-twe• • • '• ' V. Xndm*ar*»nurmuringhonej-b©« . • • : • • ' ' . / , - \" ' ' • \" . . , • • • • • ' , \" ' . • . - \" ' , • . ' • \" • \" : ' \" ' : • * \" ' \" • \" • ' . ' \" ' ' • fltoxn^tor^ And in'the little boltow b«ne«tli •Hieriopeof the ullentfieldof death, Tbedow-bella Unldd soft and iirect, •tld th« cattle go by with hojn«w«rd.f««t, ^ And thff«qoirr«l bark* fromtto sheltering Uxnb, At the harmlessnoUea not mcaut for Mm And Nature onto her loving heart . Hastakon our darling* mortal part, ^f Tenderly, that ne may be, Like the song of the robin in the tree, The bloaaoma, the graa*, the roeda by the shore, A part of Summerevermore, . JtOWf Perhaps I am a little too hasty, a lit- tle too ready to light up at a moment's notice but th...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 November 1873

JMtKr AwtfWdjor parly Y«g«Ubl« Os- tv^2b«i&-<lcrI7«i«]«iA,ConttlpMicm,I« Wttty, Bio* HeaAachs, BtUous Attacks, and all torangstts^ ana Bowels. Ask m«JAiir&TO MABSXAQB.—Important circular to yons* men and others on Ksrroasness, Loss of Memory. Decline, etc Prescriptions and advice frte. Address Dr.JR.Hilton,Cincinnati, Ohio. W^'Z^'::/''''• THE MAMKET8. . .-. NEW- TORE. \"\" BKKVBB—NativeB............... 9 0 12} ^•^yV':--.^fltextJo»^........*..... 5i # 8* Hoos—Dresaad................ 5i # 6| CJOTTON—Middling Upland. 16j@ . FtiOUfc-^Sape-flne Western..... 6 25 @ 5 75 , WBMAT—No.2Milwaukee....... 1 88 @ 1 89 ' OoEH—Mixod Western......... 68 @ 60 OATS ... .,.... ,.....,.......... 46 # 61 BT*—Western ...k B5 @ 88 v POM—Mens. .14 75 @16 00 liABD.......... 11® 8 CHICAGO. BnvBS—Choice...... 6 50 @ 6 00 Good..:.... 6 40@660 Medium.. . 8 7 5 ® 4 75 Common...... 2 6 0 0 800 Inferior \"A-JP @ 2 26 Hoos—Live / * 7 6 @ 4 ** FLOUB—Choice White Winter./. 8 DO 0 9 25 Bed Wi...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 November 1873

IjtlffSP Hi*- i# if SPK | g | | f $ ^ Oiborn for the Patrons of Husbandry, wilj soon iiiue a circular explaining the system Which ir*o be organized among: |h« Granges of - Wisconsin. According to the statement, the Granges in each coun ty are expected to form a Council, each Grange paying $io. A State Council is to consist of one delegate from each county Council, which it to pay ..$ 1 o Each county council is to appoint a Purchasing Agent, whose office is to be at the county seat, where he rvill have control of a Warehouse at which sam- ples of agricultural implements will be exhibited. Orders will be taken4' by him from each Grange and forwarded to the State Agent, who will then make the pufchases tor all. It is also expect- ed that each County Agent will have a hay press and ultimately a grain eleva- tor, and when produce is brought to thai market by Patrons and Sdtistactory prices are not obuincd, he is tc make advances on it and store it for better prices. He is also expected ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 November 1873

s'sfe mm 2SE2 fioiii STORGEON B^WISCONSIN/N •4 ' BUSINESS CARDS. ^' & fefcA^IELS, Official Return of tlio Election in v ? Door Comity. ~ 'ftatis.iL' \" l ^ T A I f s& A 0 E N T ' ']--'\\- $**t«P««t» of Couaty Beard of Oanraswrs. ,• : fReaj ^fAte \"bpiii^it - and soMji texw jaitl {. County of Door. i ta$ Kp^N located tern ^ liberal^ A jcmg arid | V We, Charles A -Masse, ^*Oiig h adqumhtanbe w i ^ th6 lands in this j County Clerk, and Wm. K. Dtesscr, a- justice CHIPS. ^ci^^attd ^^ait^e ^ e^rjencc in this business enables me to guarantee full satisfac CHRIS DANIELS. Insurance Agent, STUXGEOArBAK W& ' ^Represents sonje of the most reliable land sound companies. Applications solicited and policies promptly proctired. I tf . Sl'lJRGBON BAY HOUSE HUGO SEIDEMANN, Proprietor. STOKGEON BAY, WIS. Opposite the Court House Cbr, of Main SL Spruce St The Stnrgeon ©ay.House.is.newlyfittedup infirstclass style for the reception of guests and boarders. -—Nearest House to Steam boat l...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 November 1873

WW&wM /«s??3?«££?? m-m '**! m^^H *®«?«W :^0-'.••'.5-..', . •.- •„•:•*'. ' - ' • • •'•••••••••••••• ^--'ir iBlr % r §A$ $r^ :J:f W« *«n to advocate the hlfheitwd fce*Hi}ter«tt» inmiif i ill eraaaum FRIDAY, Hovemb«rl4, 1873. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I mm pit life.*: County Treasurer, JOSKPk COLIGNONv STURGEON BAY. Clerk of the Board of SupervUors C. AVMASSE, STURGEON BAY. Register of Deed*, PETER ZENNERS, STURGEON BAY Dutrict Attorney D, A. REEfc, STURGEON BAY, Clerk of,the Circuit Court CHRIS PAN1 ELS, STURGEON BAY SherMf, IAVI HOULE, STURGEON BAY County Surveyor*/ JAS, C« PINNEY, STURGEON BAY. B. G. HANNAN, DE-PUTYi Chairmen of the Board of Supervinora, . A. NOBLE, FISH CREEK. C»w«y^hidg«T- — RTM. WRIGHT, STURGEON BAY. . • •.. • • ' . • - . •• - • / • ' • . Superintendant of Schooli GHRtSOAN I ELS, STURGEON BAY. Clubs for the Expositor. Literal Offer! i- The people have how had time to see THR EXPOSITOR, and judge of its value. We shall »parc no eflort to make it of...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 November 1873

• l i l l l l a a i i ^ ^ | ^ i 3 | r ^ : of: tfe'ffi? rials of Door County has been agitated forj toi^^ffjtoe.- _ V.^Bfetlidwit,\" «t. Vlbi'i« :v|ttimev'won. discussing the propriety of such a build, ing, we have thirto say, that the courts : *nj#county offices'Irf - nb^r •'very -well provided for and no immediate anct pressing necessity requires , an increase of the county aeit|a J^%^erection of such a building.1 The interests of the people should be considered before the convenience ofo -:\\\\St%'public servants. y&bm tWWeirareiiiiMi^ind bur farmers find it difficult, in many cases, to make both ends meet4, at the end of the year, it is no time u k lalk about increasing their burdenof taxation for the purpose of providing luxurious quarters for their officials*, At £, proper time, we, shall ^e|j^ease^ to€e^a tieat, modest county building erected and economically fur- nished, but for the present, we hope the County Board will not take any ac- tion in the premisei. The burde...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 November 1873

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Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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