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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 28 April 1876

JteiiM'••'•insy' •:»v'-'J«tf .cfsW: ,ci»-t(-: \"si^fiTv TjBRM* -T»j,oo.oer annum, strictly uv_ ndvanca FRIDAY, /prh 28, 1876. ^ \"\"nij ^(l)'' tol-.-.ijibiii.'ifi^i.fij * i ^ q V W J loW Report of Receipt* and Expenditures the finances of the Vjllaga-of Sturgeon .Bay, for the yej^r ending Auril 16th, ,1870., , , -' • , r o.ti.vV 4!.-?iT-l-Ti mo mi . * o-j y. r.bnu:,o t Ani'tin Treas.$ib£giimi«gy9f y/?ff v ,j '^p.^3- 'Foil' tax collected of 129 persons $1.50 . : • ' mq^each h bd ay''auvyy^' v oii a ^ n ^ b ... Village J u*s|if .ft^e piT9.mil Inarch, , j, y , j o . ^ - ,. i s lively Acratchiiig in Washington,s to find something against Brjatowtnat -will sj^iK his chances for closed its EbbrFl^ •V a million of dollars. ,(«i/?f »^- J [ $ix^Ifun^ ^bbrWin^ej' Q^W? stone quatries, nearChicago*,0?$& • af Bfwke^fof? highier)M^es ahd itsta predi8- f'ted that great s,uflei?ngiriill results i'-'|- ^«^Oanfep4jH»d$oh^ tMa^hv, H4s obtained a judgmerjtif^r^^.fiscio lagainjri- Hbule't'...

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 — 28 April 1876

••COBXESPOSBriA. Correspondence sollaicv]. fvorii 'all -- -v the •.County. 'Ssnd IU all itcm.i of local iateroiil^ntl • if you* do not hava time:toi^r^ige theiiv prop. eriy, \\?b will attend to.t'hiU,~ ISIa'ccyour ooiu- ninnications. comprehensive but'as briefas po^- Writers for thi.s colutnii must, hi all 'ci^s, •communicate their re: l r..v:ne.i, confider-UaHy. to the Editor. .'-Aivl' yinju i comraunicat£n will not be published*unless this rule is strictly observed. dows, targe enough aMmpveai$l|ya^ ' place them that th^re $haU be abundant 1 All closets, especially tor-clothing or and through circulation of air. j (neve,' paper them), and\" thoroughlyTven- AH cellars should have* a cement flppr J c jjated. TILLAGE ELECTION NOTICE Notice is hereby given, that the ensuring annual Election of Village... Officers.at which and a ceiling of matched flooring,'the joints and lower surface of which should be thoroughly painted when it is put on. No vegetables should be kept there ex cept ...

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 — 28 April 1876

with the statute in such case made and provid- ed, so much of each of the following described tracts and parcels of land as may be necessary therefor, ]wibVQn the second Tuesday of May next, iaiiS tl»e next succeeding days, be sold by t h * ^ Sturgeon Bay, at public auction, for the taxes, interest and charges then remaining due there, on for the year 1875 CHRIS LKONHARDT, ' County Trreasurer/ UNION. • c ne nw * •w * « • . . * - ' • se ne ne sw te ' ^ :tit'»tT ' • s •-.* Sec. 1 * .. t 1 •. • • . « • 9 9 3 .1 n p't lots a » p't-k* Lot 1 nw iw •e V i w n e n e n w -ne-«w - • w '• M * n w ne I W I W •e .' ne nw * • •e » tie sw B # ' • W * ».• ne •e sw * 0 1 0 .1 0 1 0 I I 11 •+»3- »3 13 14 »4 \"14 »5 »3 «5 *y »5 16 16 1 ne se nw••*. se * • e n e Lot 3 Lot 4 ne se nw • »w * se * net ne n e n w nw * nw sw -sw * se * n w t e 16 16 16 9 1 9 1 at 9 1 3 1 •\"-\"\"'«I ax . 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 9 3 9 •Mfc-.-jn.w^ra^ w p't ' n e s w nw ' sw . * ne. ••*•. n w s e SW •*.'•' ne •...

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 — 28 April 1876

TOWN OF GRAHAM Lot 3 in block 4 having 50 ft front m •Main St. and running to the shore. Xot 4]n Block 4 Lot 5 in Block 4 Cot 6,in Block'* Lot 10 in Block 5 Rectangular tract 50 ft. front PirieSt. and 100 ft. front on Cedar St. being the front y£ part of lots 1 and 2, Block 5 Lots 3 and 4 in Block . 6 \" ~r1^1rrV~~r' -• '•--^-'—-•.•.•-'..l. -6. Tract bounded by a-line beginning at the ncirth easterly corner of lot 6, block ojn Village of Graham, and running south 34 degrees east ioo 'feet,' thence.south 65 de- grees west 75 feet thence north 34 degrees west 100 feet, thence north 56 degrees east 75 feet to place of beginning including the north easterly }£ of lot 1 and 2 of Block 9 South westerly half of lot i and 2 Block 9 TOWN 28.JfcA^GE 27 S*?v ROGER'S A D D I T I O N .Fractional lot 8 and 9 in Block 6 : ' •*•'-'. ... 16 20 LAVASSOR'S PLAT OF LOTS Fractional lot 1 with enough of Roger's Addition to make a full lot 50 feet by 150 Jeet Lot^^TG^^sTreet7 \"~~'r^~r —-^?—~— Tract bou...

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 — 28 April 1876

'^ t^^^^^^&0^^^^^^^k^^0§^0W^i0^i^^^^^B^ •\"•r,,.:'.i ?T!.:^i|i r..7.lii.v.'-1 rr^-A%v.. i ~-r~-r?^— -fe^ll^^ •••'••. . :•\" ' J i ^ K E ^ H JiC, Register of Peeds. CHRI S DAMFLS , Superintendent of Schools. l £ SCHUYLEP, County Surveyor H b^PRiNG. Ch'ni Of Beard of Supervisors RAILROADS. Chicago & lorth-Westerii • v RAILWAY. Passengers for CHICAGO, Detroit, Tole- do, Clevelartd, Bufl'alo, Niagara Falls, Pitts- burg,'\"Cincinnati/ Rochester, A.lbany, Toronto,, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, Ne w Yorlc* Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, St. l^juis, Cairo* San Francisco,: Sacramento, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, St. Paul, Marquette, Eacanaba, Menashs, Madison, Cheyenne, Omaha, Ynnk- t»n, Winona, Duluth, Green Bay, Milwaukee, and all points North, West, South and East, should buy their tickets via the Chicago A North-western Railway. Close connections are made at Chicago with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Michi- fant Central, Ba...

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 — 28 April 1876

l^ti* historic years suggests ipeciat duties ajid opportunities to the teachers and youth of Connecticut. American History, too much neglected in our schools, should now enlist greater interest and attention/ These centen- nial adversaries and celebrations can be made i to foster a historic spirit and give *b this im- portant study greater vividness, nand honor, and value. But while studying the annals of the past, our pupils should be encouraged to dp something for the future. There is no bet- ter way to honor the heroes of 1776 than by .some good deeds whose fruit may survive 1976. -.Onfijsay in which any boy may accom- plish this result is by planting a thrifty elm or oak. Tree planting is fitted to give a lesson of forethought to the juvenile mind. Living sole- ly in the present and for the present, too many youth ^ will sow, only where they can shortly reap.- A meager crop, soon in hand, outweighs a golden harvest long in maturing. As short- sightedness is the danger of youth, ...

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 — 28 April 1876

of tHe^m^^AMMiay^ i If -any one :$llki''f0$i'?::^dfew' Jackson should not^ftv© ti |)la^ ? in the nttvftl school, he ^ill be ^nli&htened by tho follow- ing tilt otnikVftl history: Ihuirig Jack* son's first term, the famous frigate GOOsjitutlonR (vkar? uttclergoing Mty& yml vM\\ct the '-aWm^HoA^WG^'' bu0i-gott^ feuoomt caus# the old fiddle-shanec! prow ofvthe iii^Lorio ship to bfr -Meu Vxiown ar)t£ u wooden model of theIconqnm^fot Pakenham. to be raised in its pla^e At this sao- liPl11 *ti&&^~*aiwiltms*t^^ riiege the old WhJisJof Boston gr«w indignant, arid th# flgure was hardly eomforiably settled in its niche, be- fore an intro^d marine scaled the Migntli^ cut the President'syfead pit The indignant Elliot etucik it on again, and set a guard to|%atoh it, but the same wily exeeutipnor eluded the watch one dark hight, an the headless trunk met the eyes of the eon founded Com- modore on his rounds the next morn- ing A second time the head , was re- covered by the inde...

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 — 5 May 1876

-^Sts-v . • \".:• . • , A-. ?4r~X '' .': • v^'' ft1'V^pJ^^^ : ^:v:ft ^| i!||» :••'.•••'•• ''--'iv*:.^ll| . A^yct^«fi ^ssp^' ^il|^@ ' ^ifiii^l'v:i^'^:'^\".',v:•'••':\"'''•.'-'• ^ - V ^ ' v ' \" - ^ ' - ^ ' ^ ^ rrrscr,- VOL. s: STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, MA Y 5 187 6 NO, P. S B H•P.ir'io ALL & BUBNS, D^ulera I UH rdware_ 1rou MAoa'n'rv. Ag:m\"i \\ Mover nod H3uQ&I.Ko otf •••:•\"•• ...••. for tue Cb^tn- Howard. Wis. JRemSEsfci*'!» AME KEOGHi JB., RoRieter of Deeds and Aveiii. vnli ruruiso Abstracts iavJ3inr ii..5 riciea. .111 \\t.iy : for uon-resi #•11 te. • \" . * CandM HS1 CITY HOUSE, Cli.H*tiueuiaun pro pri»»ti»r. Aliuaoae, Wis. - .Caiftrallv 'luoai- .». jru'.in* 0 io alwiyj d pe id upon cour t»ou8irotcai9at, b-istrjooift.aindbedti.tables,- Tilt* ojst aoco.UiuuJatioaa tor teams. v2 u37Cl \"TV A. REED Attwa«y_ at Law. Sales and jmrcuu$ttd ot R al Eicaie Defoliated ror uoii-i- siaeiiis. All business- **iitrusted to me will reodivvT.iu.Di'utupb ur.teiimun. Collections a ...

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 — 5 May 1876

mm tij'-MSWi W.'.''ZZ$\"1& •MP H m tf the.w l i ^ of all pur- :'^:''ittpo^ •••••'• / - Y . , v ' '-sfc'-fVi-\".'-,-'--'.\"„-.' ' ' •\"\"''.:\", : .•'.• . ... . •'* , TBRMSS^I^PO j ^ ^ flntnitn, iJirJciJy -in advance :^t«ijCpakt4iiiiirc iri_three. FRIDAY. May 5, 1870. ' &^v»l and JDaplrtaw Of MiJIff. ,-ftlooe the commencement of the new moil eantraeta on the mgt or July, tbo follow lugis dio sheriule time for arrivals and departures at this office. On en Bay, daily, arrives at 7 o'olock P. M. Dwlarr* uiO U'OI«O A. M, B.uley't* Huvbor, semi-weekly, arrive* MOB- d»y# and F» icJiy» ur 6 o'eJoek P M. Departs Tuesdays and Buluraavs at 8 o'clook A. M. Bpnraitn and Flab Creek, nemi-weeklf. ar- civeiMonrtav* ena Fridavs at 6 P. M, Do- (pat'ta Tuesdavs and Sufurdara at I A. M. Clay Banks add Auimpee, ireealy, arisen Wi idavs atflo'clock P. M. Deparfa Saturdays «\\ 10 o'olock A. M. ^ W a i l ^ ^ n g ^ EnjgfiiSso-Weltl]^ in irii at four he rei^ ease and flu|njcyj$araston^ heard b...

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 — 5 May 1876

C«rrespondenc« solicited from all.parts of the : €fo»nty. Send us all items of local interest and if you do not have time to arrange them prop- 4y wi» will attend to that, . Make your'com. munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. ' . - / ,''.• '''••.,•:.:•• Writersfor this cob cases, osmniunicate their real names, confidentially: |*he o p i n ^ to. the Editor. Anonymous communications TK-. ~ i - • ^\" 7J ... ^ , 1 V ' , ... - , ..s v form.oLgovernment toi• r thii s world wil l not b e published unless thi s rul e i strictly ' ° «*•-•. ? observed. , •\"•*•.' . • *ti -. — • . , ^ _ ihg7jauTd seeing the wondertul p?vve\"r of ]the Holy Ghosjt given through the in - strumenulity, of that preaching,that t dont care so mich about this matter as formerly. Whether it is^thc-preaching, or new Hght-ufi.ofi-wQrldl^intuerioyvh ich has wrought, this change I will hot atr tempt to determine. I am vet fully of Paal ?jpoleva's .Heaven. Fi Creek April .30th, 1875. Mr. Editor of the...

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 — 5 May 1876

IfgB r s*5^vpSi^^^^^^^P^^l sHBB^a^wS^WtitBafc't^^-'StiiS' :M^k' f§: o •• : , # ^^^ftS^'Ifc i f t S 4:pSirf^i* |§:IJoticc: ii(:4i|r e^''||^»?ip^:in:,ac^i^ance with the statute in such case made and provid- ed, so muak of each x the following described i&a^t}m\\i0^^^tiDi Tuesday bf May next, and ^ by the Counjty/ Treasurer, at his office in Sturgeon Bay, at publicauction, for the taxes, interest and charges then remaining due there- on^ fbi th6year 1875^ '*': ' : . ^ ,'\" ' jvWjfi'/ C H R I S LKONHARDT, ••••••-••:. ijtntir. • •....•• •,. • • • /tfcnvt • County Trreosurer. •GLA^BjttfK& \\Q no \"UNION..:. TOWN 26'RANGE 23 ' S e c I nw.aw- 5 nw se 7 nw sw 9 Lot i 3 v»w ' ' 5 iwnef 8 sw * g nw nw « 3 hja\" s w s e 5 nW.»e 8 nw nw tfi s K s w n e 5 n e » o r 6 sw * » 8 sw ' 16 se nw•-. 5 se * 6 he nw • 0 sw s w x6 nJine»W5\" nw ne 7 sw *v 9J y . '..:,' Fart of SB. ji described by the following metes and bounds. Begining at a point on the north and south % line 148 c. south...

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 — 5 May 1876

• • ( ' • • • L q t J i n b l o c k % ik9t^\"~§6^ttJtt6i^-^ Main St. and running to the shore:, L o t 4 in B l o c k 4 - -. • L o t 5 in Bloc k 4 L o t 6 in Bloc k 4 * 'Lot 1 0 in Bloc k i Rectangula r tract 5 0 ft. front Pine St. and l o o ft. front o n Cedar St. being the front l/i part of lots 1 and 2, Bloc k 5 35 L o t s 3 and 4 in Bloc k . « \" 6 , • \"'.* ' • . 5 . . . ' ' \" . . . - ' : ' ' • . . • 6 T r a c t bounde d by a line beginning at th e n o r t h easterly corner o f lot 6, blpfck 9 in Villag e o f Graham, arid running south 3 4 degrees east 10 0 feet, thence sout h 65 de- grees wes t 7 5 feet thence north 34 degrees w e s t 100 feet, thence north 56 degrees east 7 5 feet to place of beginning including the north easterly ^ of lqa£i and 2 o f Bloc k 9 S o u t h westerly half of lot 1 and 2 Bloc k 9 ^^Ss8ftRANGEaf7 Sec R O G E R ' S A D D I T I O N Fractional lot 8 and 9 in Bloc k 16 20 Lot a Fraci. nw tfw . Lot 1 sw ne se sw DW se sw * Lot a sw ne,-' sw. sw se «....

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 — 5 May 1876

•••'••• , , • : * • - ' . » • :- ••-• -t-y ^WfoR COUNTY \"':: O w n : LEONHARDT, County Treasure*.: • ^%jMASSR, CototyC:ierk.: \\[, -:/'r v:' WM.:WAGENER, ^xeriflT. p. te. DREUTZEB^ Bistrict Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Cleik of the Court. JKS. KfcoGH JR., Register of Deeds, f CHRIS P ANIBLS, Superintendent of Schools. H. SCHUYLER, County Surveyor. H.G.SPRINP. Ch'n of Board ©f Supervisors RAILROADS. Chicago & North-Western RAILWAY. Passengers for CHICACO, Detroit, Tole^ do, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Pitts- burg, Cincinnati,, Rochester, Albany, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston,, • Nevv York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis, Cairo San Francisco, Sacramento, Ogdcn, Salt Lake City, Denver, Council Bluffs, Sidux City, St. Paul, Marquette, Escanaba, Menasha, Madison, Cheyenne, Omaha, Yank- ton, Winona, Duluth, Green ^Bay, Milwaukee, and all points North, West, South and East, should buy their tickets via the Chicago * Nortli-Western Railway. Close conn...

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 — 5 May 1876

' Correspondence of-the Lumberman's Cazette. T o the Western m ' a j i , w h o whe n speaking of floating timber, spetks oflogs j tor the manufacture of lumber an3 sticks for^ building—pufpos«^*nd—w-KiO-w-hen- mentioning the transportation of cord \\ wood, thinks of w o o d racks on wheel s or runners, or of wood scows, the foi- 1 o w i n g a ccou n t o f h o w t h ey d o i t on t h e Pacific coast, may not be without inter- i est. \", '•: W e left Mokekimne Hill bright and \\ early on the morning of June 27, intend- ing to go up the river [Mol^elumne] t o the great wood drive of Harris Bro'sjfc Roberts, partly on business and partly for pleasure. Nothing of interest, occured, save the ever changing scenery and the pleasing sensation of a pleasant drive over one of the finest natural roadways in the world, until when within about four miles below Lancha Plana, we struck the \" d r i v e \" and vvei e * astonished, and though it may sound strange for a M i c h - igan man to say it I...

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 — 5 May 1876

$$£mmwi$&Mi THE LIGHTEST-RUNNING INE IK THE WORLD With our printed directions, no\"instruction ormcchanlcaVskiilifliequired^o operate it. ..J The construction of the machine is baaed upon a principle of unique and unequalled sim- plicity, coraprJaJnjirsirapl lcyera working Upon centres. The bearings are Jew,, and they are hardened and polished. \". . *• -'• The machines are made at our new works in the city of Newark, N. J « with new special (patented) machinery'and tools, constructed expressly to accomplish what we now offer. isvury tntutJjtna futiyt warrantpti.l . * ' ^ ' N e w ^(tti^lntul CUim« o. per Fashion* tho most stylish and perfect-fittinp costumes cap be produced, at a large saving in MONEYS) iho^e.wholclwpse to make,orjsuperin, V tend thij ittsiklnff ofj their own garments. With the highest talent arid the best facilities in aH departments, and\"the best ideas of the most skillful modistes, both at home and abroad, wo arc enabled to attain resultsferabove the reac...

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 — 12 May 1876

# •A. .-c^-r:---.. .. ^ -- '^I'M^ i •&^l^iv ^.Jiv.'* rt: ,.\"'\\ • a.\" V \" \" V?-•%'»'?' rmsss VOL.* STIJRGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, ^ seae Dr. F. Mullen. Payairlan and Surc^on, Stur- ueon Bay, Wis.\" Office in Ceaar Street. House HParuo. ALL* BUBNS, Dealers ui H irdware iron Maobmsry. Agents for rtie Cimm- pmc Mower Hod Reapai. Fort Howard.- Wis. •:\" v»f , \" •• JRealSB8tarTitlesJR..,dwilly 4ME KEOGH, Register of Deed* and- e Aueut faruisu Absiraota. *TJ*agatJ , an pa taxes for uon-resi «*nta. LOCAL NOTES. CandM BE1 CITY HOUSE, 'Ch. EUnneraann, pro prlecor. Aiiuapjo. Wis. , C^niraUv local • «i. eruesc* cm always d-pond upon cour- teous treudient, bast raoua. and beat tables. Ttie oast aocomuToJatious lor teams. Â¥2 u37sf D• A. BEED, Attorney at Law. Sales and puronuses of Rqal JBiCate negotiated ror *cm^« aiaenis.\\ All business ittrusted' to oie, wUlrreoeriyV prbiupt ifltepttitu. Collections a tqpecaUty. 8turreo Bav, Wis. 44—if G. J. TISDALK, Attorney or Ojuuseller a Liw. O'...

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 — 12 May 1876

„ ,w_JltL......,,.,.. ^ j ^ ^ P l l ^ l i«%^^ :«fiO0. fowiti and Trult Growing. f • * jfcf&^ ^ i ( M ^ j J : ^ ^ ^ J | A- Height* Ohio* Joirafshci JvAppIw^i ^^palir jrtieJc ^ • • ^vi^|^\\a 3ftorMXtraci. fjfe-irticle.' \\$ v c ^ riiuch crippled by breaking the pro.-. p| r connection:: of subjects treatied, but Mfl li^yc only space :for»uch practical lactt aa pretaih to this latitude i • f n Ohio bellWeen the parallels of 46 deg, and 41 deg., Tor example,, peach buds, were seldom injured b)^winter or spring frosts, and the cropr was abundant almost cvei^year when thrcbunrry was. ••new.*' For the last twenty five yenrs peaches miss Softener than they hit and in many parts this has told so.fear- fully agaimt the enterprise of production that scarcely a peach tree is now to be seen, eventually rTesult is) Injui^.,tfto c|e mar* \\iji§t vsilo^ # b d s t l ^ i a i l # \" F o r now ascer^ ern shore of Lake J£rie\",^which is a good ^ifirreJipVIfy ing:^|^«s^^b^©iw«sefe \\0e' jaj^|e...

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 — 12 May 1876

•.: v DOOR COUNTY * CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer. C.A. MASSK, County Clerk. WM. WAGENRR, Sheriff. R. M. WRIGHT, Comity Judge. r O. E. DREUTZER, District Attorney. ' CwRis DANIELS, Cleik of the Court JAS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. .. CHRIS DANIELS, Supefintejident of Schools. HWSCHUYLEP, County Surveyor. ' H.G.SPRING. Gh'n of Board of Supervisors RAILROADS. €Iii€ago & Worth-Western RAILWAY. Passengers for CHICACO, Detroit, Tole- tto, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Pitts- burg, Cincinnati, Rochester, Albrny. Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis, Cairo, San Francisco, Sacramento, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, t St. Paul, Marquette, Escanaba, Menashn, Madison, Cheyenne, Omaha, Yank- ton, Winona, Duluth, Green Bay, Milwaukee, and all points North, West, South.and East, should buy their tickets via the Chicago & North-WesternRailway. . Close connections are made at Chicago w...

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 — 12 May 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. We aim to advocate the higheat and he*t \\tttttp»U •fitlewhoie people, absolutely rc^rdies* of all far- -lie* in j^HUc»ad$c«ftsi|\\toligibn Ta««.4 4-$tioo per annum, utrietJy in advance l^sjifpnUl in three niqnth*. If not paid in three Mtonth* $1,50 will be chargcu. other pu^Hpfe^u^Vin thc yilJsi^e e^ual loathe/Ce^rStr^ ticulir ^hich a decent man 'appreciates, and it is well* - known to the traveling : public, and no invidious comparisons or sad - . english used by one so little worthy of public respect* can disguise the fact that the Exchange is the peer of any first class hotel in the west. V FRIDAY, Way 1 2 , 0 7 6 . Arrival and Departure of Hails. glue* HIP coinmenceroent- of rbe ne\\r ranil ,entfuct»\" ll'6 fliatot July, ttto~-foliowing to tfcetiheduto IIUJC Utk armols aud departures -aMUia \"fflee, ,_ .\"•• „ awtwBftv.daivy. arrives at 7 tt'elook' P,' M . WcuartaotOo'tiUioK A. M. . Btuley'a Horb»r, win'-wo^klv, arrive Mav- rtvysfludFiiOHvaureoVlo...

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 — 12 May 1876

• • • • • • • • • • • • • & \"r^i^y^/l ? • -*?.# ft^^S&Jl'.ffHfo&fc # « • - • &&': Catmty. Sand us all items of local interest and if you do not Have time to arrange them prop* erly, we will attend to that, Makeyour com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- v.We.' •-' '.-\"'• Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially jf-^:.V i!t •*-.* -. • jWe'ycliee bdrecf\" witn^hl' rjioy^nff offers ot Ceritcnni-i^correspbndetic^e, anaj 4till'..th?y- ^hare\"- tlijclierr-ancl'•• .Ikster1^\"\"... .^KVe have ordered a real old fashioned Jacob's ladder, on which we shall climb to the weather horn of the beautiful queen of night and tack to.it a sign beard with letters as big as the Rusian Empire, that to the Editor..'Anonylnous communications all of the would be letter-writers, addle • will not be published u.iless this rule is strictly brains „and galoots can see and ffiad, o&servwi. \" T H E EXPOSITOR WANTS N O CENTENN...

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