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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 16 June 1876

ITEtS O F INTEREST . married wonieh were - 'termed ?pinStera. J I M O R A ' S '\"PT-'T^'T^-' A s ^ l ^ p on^jrJ&el^ itoi- navigate the prairie, is l i t t ^ ? i s ^ # 8 c e ^ i ^ e b . Prwr^e^r^tBervous^F Killed -!Vmaa,|. in Arkansas for pointing a plug of to-' - bae^tfMn* ^ -'^.' -V. \"::.\"'' ' •••••• /: A M^rinon tabernacle has been erected near Albany, Oregon, and many conver- sions are imported. . .-'^^'§net^sapi-. we don't -understand' music, and \\ron :Balow 3ays \\Ve do. We pay for it, anyhow, adds the Intcr-Octan. .-'\"Soing to Chtfrch,\" in Gaelic, is still •'going to the stones \"'-.a!'description' that carries us back to the days of the Drnida. TJV inonu.me.nt. to Charles Wesley lias been-pfceedin Westminster A]bey but has.nar-. yet.bHen unveiled. I stands -:n'ear ±fcaf-'6i:':^ A French legal adviser of the Japan- ese Government-has presented a petition to the Ministers to abolish torture in th.e procedure of the courts. There are said to be in St...Louis county Mo...

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 — 16 June 1876

^jfiBllp . Udtedfromiifl partsofthe be published unlcathii rule U strictly t ^^siM.„...,.„..W I ttta liaNIM THE M C U I « O I I \"Htfreadd f-frwji^l* OI XNDKPKNDKKCK. li,t.Jplfll^^^ ike.\" ptfrsonalit/ of the Uliwtrioua men -who •udtbeir HT by atUcbing their signa- ture to thaOF tiistrument whicU h estab- lishe our national Independence wiU b« with interest as the Centenial ad- versary'ofthe day which witnesued the The thirteen States then comprising the American colonies were represented inthe assemblage that passed the meas- ure by nity-one mem ,ero. Thirty-seven enjoyed the benefits of collegate train- ing,twenty were lawyers, four wore phy alcians, five were clergymen, three were farmers, and- the remainder were en- tfaged in Various mercantile pursuits, ex- cept Roger Sherman, the shoemaker, and Benjamin Franklin who boastedof being a printer, yet was a statesman and a philosopher. Benjamin Franklin was the oldest among the members and Edward ttutledge the youngest. Robert Mo...

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 — 23 June 1876

'••••v^i^^^JR^lB^Sl^^\"- -'=-:X-0-''^B^W!^\\\\-^^JOV^^^W-:^^':-:.''^:\"-:7 •''•:':•'•:v-'^.-:':'T 'V\" ,r: •''• • • ^•'-'•:'The-ExboiBltor-^^^rExpositoeTh Advertising Rates. n VQL.3. STURGEON BAY, WlSCONSINv JUNE 23 1816. NO. 3«. i O»o incli, one •tfltfer.T.T.. i, '• ouo iiiouip...:... {' \" • * turoe niontlr*. { \"' • s\\xmoiuh»„„. •'on« yeitr.:..... one time...... LOCAL 3TOTES. j —An enteiprishig resident o f one of the ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ - ^ ^ T V v j suburbs, who conld not spaiv one of Iris -Tha^I^Ea ^ : ^ H o n . T. R.Hud d will orate at ()'Jiit on tlie 4th. —TC. T. Casgrain arrived oh the Monoini- nee last Tbesday morning. .r—The state seliool money this season Jimounts t o 41 cents .per scholar. —Mrs. Annie. Dresser Henderson is visi- ting' with her parents this week.' — T h e wet weather promises to keep the -putatoe bugs completely at bay. —In this issue we publish the republi- c a n 'platform'in'full applause and all.. —We are selling lote of that ruta baga seed, have lots mo...

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 — 23 June 1876

K :B* verysob* as useless dld^of, le^ro Big assumod a .V:'•:!£:wasrijsin^y six o'clock, on a bright ana ^Stealthily iniongi as if fearing t io be vseen* vvHalf Way dftwn the sqiiare he stopped, iooked anxiously to right and leftythen vvwt rip- the longfllght of steps lwfore him, in the same cautious, silent manner looking furtivelv from wde to aide each moriient. The heavy door yielded to his latch-key. He breathed more freely. He had expected otherwise for his father had said in,his stern voice, that the house should not again be left unclosed all night for him. He had to thank his mother for ibis relief, hu knew •—his foolish --indulgent mother and something very like a sigh of remorse is- sued from his lips, as lie gently pushed the door open, entered, autL closed it as gently behind him. The servants were still sleeping sound- ly enough, but as h e . reached the first, landing, he heard the sound of alight •f0Ot«t*(p, ::. ,-•:- .,-., i • • He WHS in such a nervous state that 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 — 23 June 1876

t i m e , . , , , . - . . . . . - • _ . . , , , . . , - . , _ . Onc^ again-he.looked, in the glass. His facevfas terrible,even to himself* He leaked as little like a hopeful wooer as cd^id^eil beJ He did not feel that he w a s g o i a g t o woo a wife, but that lie was - * tua..u ., our answer? he, «ud, p a k h a 8 t l y ™ie, a w l t ^ e * * * a great.Ua«k erneltoae.of scorn, ^ l i e mrl s wnduet | ^ e i H , ^ \\ , n ^ forehead Where luVhad ..tad-uit^iim_to_t^^ . . . . „ . . . , , .._,,. „ ,... ^ . . . . « . , . , . „ . . , .. _ have lH»t»ri auded to his the. conswvatones aione,r»B*nynge was -•-• - -* engaged to dine there that rilghtj bat he would still b e a t table. Now was G e r a r d ^ - , , . , . , . „ f c t „ ^ » « . — — • every evilpassionthat had hitherto l a m ! fiJH. Semsel*vs« o n t h e lltxa- dormaht\"m his heart. , i -•-..-.•• Slie raade no reply, but, .giving-- her head a little, toss, and once -more, gather- ing her shawl 'round her, she.. timied\"to '•re-...

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 — 23 June 1876

^^piippii|iH)A^ S^^Si^wlM^i^.vHf- •ririnmi' iuictly In ••' a'4v«nc« J l p g j & n t K ^ •'••.•••.•• $§!si''~ '•'\"-v': , J \"' -~r--*^-\" -': ' : ' is FRIDAY, June 23 , 1870. Spuk«T Etrr. |^:| ^he ^|no»iuee *pp«in«ed. to -exinn |l^*i^g hiin-V from the charges\"' made '•. by ||^H«^e^ f TT|ie case is simply this One | pj$arji^ paisl \"speaker gs-Kerr 450 dollars tor the appointment of ^^ttt-^^M'ifi^.*-p6^on[:]n^'t^ Uuited I St*tiei Army. This Mr. Kerr denies in :v ^^/jf/i^ ini :lib'-Withets^ Harney« is proven to be a disreputable character, being a bribe broker and guilty of testifying ?5 fiiiaely regarding himself. The ques- % tion simply becomes one of veracity be- tweeh Mr. Kerr, on the one hand, and Harney on the other. The former has * ived in the tight of the puplic for years, ^' and that up souprightlythat no breath of slander lias until now attained his reputation/ His word has been good in Washington on any subject for years, •nd will not probably suffer by compa...

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 — 23 June 1876

^ ,io0^Emi^T^mt | engage tbatthe prpsccuubiiiiSftd punish- h. ! merit of all who betray: official trust HIGMCIILTIJML. iwl l riot be pubilisl^d l Observed. Adopted at ' Cincinnai'], June i$th, 1875 Thirty-one millions, of dollars worth of dressed hogs were exported from «lr»w« :wiU attendtothat, Make your com-. o t t h e s e y c r a l S t a , e 8 18 the bulwark ot| c r e a m aadtmtter, has yet something n*'\"^0?* fWre'*\" 51 ^^! rw f asl»*-Uhe, American RepublK.a^ with a view to learn, in common with all the rest j cutting the stalks, when they are still .sibll 'i \"\"\"/':• v .' ':-? i *: t its security and permanence we re- otus. Simply covering pure, sound Writer^ for this column must, hi all cases, lcommend«an amendment to the Con-j cream in a clean tin pail will not of co^umcate their real names, confidentially ! stitution of the United States forbidding' itself cause bitterness nor fermenta- tb ^ie JEdibr. Anonymous icommunicavions j thet application ofanyipyblu: tofids o...

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 — 23 June 1876

\"Htook a trip to the Ifpl4bcrgi si moMjpaih* ^ • | u s p ^ ^ of Germany, and sought for the *'Gold- grube,'' another place in the torest where miners had dug for gold. In their walk through the great forest without a guide, they became iost. Alter finally i egain- ing^the path which led back to their deHih^tionV they7 tool ar night?wa|k to Frankfort, through the woods, first go- ing to Hamburg, the station from which the train went to Frankfort. The/fol- lowing is an interesting extract from the letjer: \"We took the nearest way down hill, and, as luck would have it, struck a stream of clear and fresh water. Under a large and shady oak we pitched our headquarters and our supplies, and wers soon hard at work. In the middle of our repast we were visited by a \"forester,\" who seemed willing to speak oftly after he had a pull at the bottle.- We inqui- „ _ red the way to the \"goldgrube,\" and he immediately commenced to eTplaitiTn\"IT gort of German dialect, leaning consid- erable tow...

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 — 23 June 1876

BAILOR OBGAKS T are bighlvr««jrbnrient)«l'byPfbT.-0 H. Hon cor, Kev, A H Jetty, Balti*o« . MJ Prof. John B. fiowiaurtV Rev.: 8. Dutncr. Wa«tun2- tbrk D.- & .WS^DrBiirt, B'otntifletrt, Iowa O: \\V. K'jui - ?on,v Pr*t Johnston, Furiadelpnin. and uiotw'•*nAs of ot hers':-as t lie best in- nsa. Sends»Miu0'?'or-'.«f\"nJe list of tesuuioiitsi's befvrfc ouyiwS~»-ttviloror«an. Asenr* wanted «verr»liere. Aui ress. DAXIELK. BEATTV. Jaflfrt£ ^- ^^v':. ' 5--0%,^'asaiBSl«n» .SJ4. LOCK HOSPITAL, Cor. FBAKELIff AWASHI5GT0S STREETS, CHICAGO, ILL Chartered, by :tlie State for . the purpose of , giving the best ^possible treat- ment in all cases J of—PEirATB-and I CHRONIC Diseases in all their varied and complicated forms. It is well Known by most persons in the eity.DB. JAMBS has stood at the head of the profession for the past 24 years. Ago and experi- ence is all important in the successful treatment '\"- of Syphilis in all forms. Gonorrhoea, gleet, stric- ture, can positively be...

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 — 23 June 1876

& O O . . P u b l l « h « r « . Ji^:*Twiii# ||Sd*m ittdfeatttfei face andlimb^ _,„M,,.,,..._,|fpim^ fe^ SS^II|paafledj»1tt ow:.Wtli wd kiii,-.-' \" | | | $ ^ ^ ^ ^ ' • • . ' ' : • \" ' ||ltg|fS|^ .• •\"\"\" ^MM^fifOm^^f'f^o make the mktt«r worse, •'• t l P § ® ? : ^ W ' : B e f ^ wer» fixed,' | £ S f f i w H : ^ by nurse, • I t p ^ C V r / ^ •-... P^€^i :-'v-v v.-,0r:rtf(her.hnrse,8',wlHmr .' ^|^ ^:-^ ^\":^::lWitK«ar- John go t ehmtened me, fpSl#::\\{' :i : And I:^t christened him£.'.', s # ^ My fjK^ti^« when at «»cnofl 02] And I waH^ilways getting flogged | ^fi When John turned out a fool, I pa t thiH questioh fruitlessly M'^-'r.y. '• • T o every one Iknew \"What would you do if you were me, . To prove that yon are you?\" tv:y.'.v Our close resemblance turned the tide, ^v —- Of m y domestic life, For, somehow, m y intended bride, :.••'• Became my brother's wife. In fact, year after year, the same Absttrb mistakes went on, And when I died the neighbors Came and bur...

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 — 30 June 1876

: The (Expositor Adrertisng- R&tci. fti^S^^ LOiCAL itt)TBSi ~ Have you noticed iny hot weather? —rFine picnic days are not very plenty. —^Say Granger: does j'our eoni grow ? --G. J . Tisdale will orate h e r e ^ i the ~FourtfcT -^Sedfield & Co are building* a ware- house upon their dock.: —The Ahnapee Record failed to put in an appearance this week. ~ D . A. Reed will pluck the Centennial Eagle at Bailey's Haroor. —Gh J. Tisdale arrived in town* on the Northwest Wednesday night. —The Bay View Itag-a-Muftin Baud is again organizing for the Fourth. —The Bay Side Cemetery Association has appointed Wm. King as Sexton. —Fifty cents for the campaign,, until af- ter election, is all the EXPOSITOR will cost. —Politics is very quiet in \"this 'section, but the dry bones will soon-begin to rattle. —The stage, platforms, buildings &e, !«.t the Celebration are nearly, completed. —Another heavy rain Wednesday night. The fanners are begining to cry, 'too much\". —:Read the programme ...

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 — 30 June 1876

fe*M&\" ' \" W$MMM$$$' ilgiptiii^^ R^##SK^:s 'it: :'. ceHtonnUl Hymn Bryant. lii||^in^j^ : -stpm Md^lm the years have led ^ ' ^ ^ ^ ' ^ - i i ^ - i H i i i r ^ e . t r ^ d '.'•.'/\"•\" ,\"..-'-\".• B^^^^n^wm-WWq^/smd.'firc •••'• $ And think the ruling power,who kept ] OKrc^eckered train of years, farewell, ' rf Withi all the »Utfes onti hopes and (ear* :• But with us let thy inembries dwells •: •:% And thou, thc^n^ : Wrime^ by!the past end not in vain, !: Writei onfn fairer, Whiter page : 'V The record of thy happier reign. Son* of 1870. • . Tajlor. •\"'\".:.•• Waken, voice of the Land's Devotion! Spirit of freedom, awoken all! Ring, yc shores, to the Song of Ocean, River», answer, and mountains call f \" The golden da/has come: Let every tongue be dumb That sounded it* maliceor murmured its fcar« Shehathwohheratory •••' She wears her glory r We crown her the Land of a Hundred Ycarsl Out of darkness and toil and danger Into the liglit of Victoiy's day— • . B• ..'....' Help to...

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 — 30 June 1876

^ tlie little Geritfflti ^it^ Ja w^iicli Tie had wad£ h&-hon*e» pallednon hisyoung ener- gies H had known amor^ intense* a M^$&0&y *hunbin world butv then rbtft pleasure^iad been 'exceeded by the £ata -and yonhvjas he was, be had learned HESBOMNTEMST. in this There will, be 53 {Sundays year, '*•' '\".\" ..:-.\"':\"' The rieltest- ilii»m in Termon^ pnly ^ap^reeiate/the blessing of quiet and ! counts uj)iv trifle over $100,000. 'seturityi.'^- • .-•- /::: •:• ^-•.•'.'••• .- 4' --L -:'.••:- ' , \"'VV \"\".\" ' \" ^AndBathetnonths passed contentedly | Through sleeping cars are now run* nwayr' Ke ever held steadily in view the I ning from Washington to New Orleans £raiid objw of • his life^h'e repayment I without change. r.gtlieh»e thousand dollarshe lenlongedCap-j t by China had fire brigades long before rins run with the machine. Dr. Lambert offers a reward of i,- 000- to anyone who will' snow him a over 110 years old. '••'. : \" lain Alderi. Sonietimes to look,: on t ...

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 — 30 June 1876

^^W^WIP gmMmmm WiflSffiS^^^^^ pS IPS S||J^ »^^:a^y^ehe:)ii^« arid' beit intaretn tlll^$%FW * pwpfcijaj*pltti«ly regardleu of alt par- ^8^| ?»^P«Jii»W»:pn'i »*ct* in religion. , ' • /,,r '!':7-\\ TBKM*:—#»,OO per annum, itrictly In advance ^vf*»#'«flPJMa in threa month*. If not paid in three months $1,30 will be charged. FRIDAY, J u n e 3 0 , 1870 . Congress. ••fc?Vto t ^ i s / « ^ itsstead, while 'An : ^j^f^$^i^r&fi^^ ^ to put do^ira^o p l a i ^ fe^ei^ t ^ ^ may fell li^JayaVia fnutrtree is planted b^the^bJjj^ of each child and is carefal. l y ^ t e h d ^ ^ ^ Ihvthe'.djisir^^ pore tjie late ^ couragedithe m gesting to th^^ land-holders Jtfcaif «fi% should-plant Mx trees on the occasion of marriage, and two t r e a s o n the, birth of every child./ Such a practice Jf enforced . b ^ / I ^ / p £ j ^ commend ih^ ^ whose natural tastes incline them to it, and in the end lead to ^beneficial results especiallyif^the morevaliuWe description of timber trees were cultivated....

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 — 30 June 1876

COKRSSPONBENCE i WI RV^Brajbazon, Henry $eridlds, jD. '•. Corr«*Sb^ce^ ^ 9JIbreath M &fj$4 Ki«l«noYMrs. Comity. 2Se»d ^ ah\"itpms'ofl6cdV ini*restsmd J- \\T» Baghall, Mrs 5R }L.^ Erskine, if h»ve time to arrange thern prop, et^r, we will»ttend to tluvt,, Make yowr com- anucations comprehensive butas briefas po: ^SSS?'- ••':''' ::-'''':: *•'\" '•''•••• • .':•'' • X'^nters:forthis eolajnri must, in all cases, communicate theirreal names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications j WHtse^n3 'j 'TJiore|^h. \\^ *ffl ndl be published unless thisjrule is strictly | , Vlv^^X^oiikrTT^i T h e o ^ y*nderbeckir ^Geo. Barringer, Mrs. LJ D. Mowry, Mrs. H. W* Kirt- land, E: S. 'Minor, Gco^ H^IThbrpr, C. P. Fairchild Jr„ Miss W Noble, Mrs. ^S. Norton, ^ Jackson, ,A. Observed Sevastopol. .'•\"\".'•'\\'.''' . — — - ' ] BIGGEST BAIK ik Tdwk, CROPS: AND ' CHICKEN THIEVES. ! • Mr. Nick Ambrust will raise a new barn thia week, it will be 44\"x 6 0 feet, 16 feet posts, with an unde...

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 — 30 June 1876

tlll!g|||p j||j|§p^ f||:|^cafe - acres - ofaingle^ sK f ground c^v |@^^5li^v .wghedi:. sealed, and delivered in &£.:. yttira$&? Jt isiihtfwiri in the cataldgW &£-^ ( t f ^ o z e l ^ only official) as the Canadian Log Building, the entire structure *abbut snety feet squMeTliJeing composed ojTIogs without cutting* straight pieces iaths, shingles, and other forms of timber so familiar to those who chop wood in the pine forest pt Maine, and run the risk of breaking their necks in the valley of the Yose- mitc. The peculiarity that first Attracts the observer's attention is the formation of the front the roof is supported on columns, and facing to the harrow gauge road there are six columns composed of timber with the bark on, each sixteen feet high* ringing from forty-eight inches diameter down to about thirty- six inches, each column being o f t dif- ferent variety, ready for the market or the saw mill, as the case may be. The materia) is the same as is exported at all ti...

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 — 30 June 1876

L-Xif- CELEBRATEOOOLOTN 1 TOSOUK PARLOR ORGANS i are higfelv r COIDT eatied by Pro*. O- H. Ru ••ftrwBe*/.-Av3a. Jwlv. Bal-'l note, off Pron:» f John B^Bowluoov.Rev-. S. D.irhsr,, Wasuine. tohvBvC O. *?• Dvsirt^Blbovtjfldlil. tnwa G. W. BubUisou. Pi'cif. JoDoston, PuiUvdelpuin. sndtluujsind or others a s m e nest in u*e- Sertdatatnp for extended list of tesutuoni'i's • before onviaj a parlor orunn. A*eni-\" wanted ^venrwborc. Address. DASIKLJVBEATTY. Washington,' S J. :Jau6 a LOC K HOSPITAL Cor.FRAKKLI* & WASHINGTON 9TBEKTS, CHICAGO, ILL. Chartered, by the State for the. purpose, of s giving tbe best 'fiKjSEible treat - fment in all cases of PSTVATS and \\ OHEONicDlfieases in all theirvsried and complicated - forma. It is well Known by most persons in tbe city. DR. JAME S has stood at the head of the profession for the post 21 years. Age and experi- ence is all important in the successful treatment of Syphilis in ail forms. Gonorrhoea, gleet, stric- ture, can positively be cured...

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 — 30 June 1876

memimM&M- 1:.I)P.I.II OB^mj vU,pvtdoiratii»B{tl £g.8*ilnr^^ •'_•' ' Thlalaatai the aame old homestead. ' Wherelbrouabtyou long ago, Ifhea the hair was bright with sunshlna That is Bow life winter's enow. Ae wa sit here all alone, (loch »merrytroop olfyoungsteni Bow we loat them one hy one. Jack, theflratof all the party. Came to us one winter's night. Jack, you said, should be a paraon, Longbefpre be aaw the light. Do you aee that great cathedral ? Filled, the transept and the have. Bear the organ grandly pealing, Watch the silken hanging* wave 8ee the priest in robes ofoffice, With the hangings at his back- Would you think that gifted preacher Could be our own little Jack? Then a girl with curly tresaos Used to climb upon my knee, Like a little fairy princess . Ruling at the age of three. With the years there came a wedding - How yon? fond heart swelled with pride When th* lord of all the county Chose your baby for his brido! « Watch that atately carriage coming, And the fo...

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 July 1876

J i V ^ I S - ^ JULY 1 4 1876. NO. 89, LOCAL VOTES. —Haying is in full blast. •—Wild raspberries are ripe. —-Circuit court next Tuesday. t —How big is yoor thermoneter, ~- O, ifiolue, breath upon us and cool the feYeiedbrow! r i, —I. S.' Clark, of Whitefiah Bay was in town this week. - —He was not drunk, only thoroughly patriotic, you know. —Mr. George Follet, of Green Bay, has been in town this week. —Apple Trees are heavily laden with fruit throughout the country. —See change in time table on Green Bay and Minnesota Rail Road. —Mr. Sam. Bacon and family will leave in a day or two for Minnesota. —A tin-pail full of paper collars at A. W. Lawrence & Co's for 25 cents, —A SHORT LECTURE TO FARMERS }—There are more dogs than sheep in the county. —Nearly every-body you meet boasts of new potatoes green pease and beans, 8t —Our lawyers are busy night and day getting their cases readyv for the circuit court. —The water in the bay is still rising, and is now nearly three feet higher th...

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 July 1876

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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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