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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 July 1876

stayed tftatlught beneath lus hospitable roofi, -He vrisned to prepare Sir Living- ston otherwise, the joy at iiason's re- torn might probably be the herald of his Very reluctantly, Gerard consented. H£ could not regard the Captain but •with a sense of shame. He was the most prominent character in the drama of that wretched night—the last be had passed in New York. The Captain, if any srich feelings still existed on his side, concealed them so well th'at the most fastidious pride, could not have been offended. /Not a word or look reproached Gerard for the past, or 'reminded him of it* .The sole occasion of his even implying blamewas in his first words, \"It Was a great mistake.\" Gerard comprehended all they meant, and re- membered them to his dying daVjlhbugh without anger or bitterness to him whoobtained - uttered, them. The next day was a trying one. Re-,sence unions are not all pleasure. The Voices of the past^ the perception of time's changes, the fears for\" the future all th...

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 July 1876

M^liixhcM and Vest intern!* ?^i^^^r ttgKtiUuoiM 'par- tjl» ,ftj»i,i»hiitim, «trietly in advance fa three month*. If not paid in threa July J4, 1876. )RATIC REFORM TICKET. ^ste^wt^:w . - v--, \" • v '-r~-v~- \"'SI|i FQJt:PRESIDENT. . II^^I^-TILDEN,. . ^ yidBJPRESlDEKT* S-,:V Of:Iiidi»n».'' • ' *!§l!ll&- £ Who it to Blama. Solomon Beery ^^|^|ltepiUibl!c«ii:'r piper• • hive- beed a terrible howl over the slaught- 1 of Cuiter iad hit band, claiming cause the House had. refuted to l ^ p e e n o r m o u i appropriation! asked r by the Sen»tc th»t the army of the could not be properly armed and iforced. It it about time that the ijplej were apprised of the dishonesty |tnit- charge, Custer was defeated [une 25th, the army appropriation bill [could not take effect until July 1st be it [large or small, but really it hat not past. | e | at all, and the army has been opper- jating under the appropriations made at J tHe last Copgieis which was Republican. TThat congress pravided t...

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 — 14 July 1876

if jo*donotbayetime to JUTange them prop- thus.acquired or^Tiw^ril^ Make your coro- ' manications comprehensive but as brief as pos- :: ^: :. : . • ' ' • ' . I : -vTÂ¥riter» for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. BaileyV Harbor July4iotli r 1876. T o THE EDITOR OF THE EXPOSITOR: The 4th. it over, and a brief account of the manner in which it was spent in this wide awake town, may, perhaps, be of interest to those of your readers who were so unfortunate as-not to be with us on that occasion .Al l the nessessary ar- rangements had been made fo r t good time dependent on a fair day which the morning did not promise. Dark threat- ening clouds obscured the heavens, and a few dismal people seized the opportu- nity to-predict rain. But the majority re- fused to admit that on this day, ot all others, such a thing ? could possibly oc- cur and the dis...

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 — 14 July 1876

S» l l l l ^ l ^ j l ^ ^ t g h ^ ^ , fh|yirf Ofnda^ - t«yh- ^ ^ l l M i b e l i M i g J t o ^'avy«^r»ye bat or ?elm ^|iM|liii^.s::bverlap the remotest bounds '.of |§i§lSil»:^ ftp : lp».e : loss of a' f avorite oid tree iv:'weN llS^i^ownv it can be rebuilt in • . better--style. Pl^'\"i|:f^oms/'or:.freshet work ihavoc with |^: |y^«t gfpMDd| V or^snce • Atl|e^.ma^' be 0&&0i*d> t But no alchemist j^rt .giye yJou 1 M back your patriarchal elm when the | | % i Alexander Smith .says: \"I do not | ? vtfdncfer that great earH value' their trees, i arid never, save HI the direst extremity, J? l i f t uponthem the axe. Ancient descent l l and glory are made audible in the grand ' murmur of memorial wooda. There : are ibrestt in'England whose leafy noise 1 may be shaped into Agincourt and the l n8jn^s~ortM\"baTtIcefield of theTOsesj oaks that dropped their acorns in the year that Henry VIII. held his Field of the Cloth of Gold: and beeches that shelter to the deer when S...

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 — 14 July 1876

WRMMM^W * A . C. Blackman, Principal and Proprietor, ^._^^_.r---- rAtriusTmilj^n clcvaretEto i h e- Education of v - - . • •:••.••• .-•.: ^ ^ ^ • • ^ ^ T ^ l- i adi e s#//:''•'::':..., k a,d G e p, 11^ i X^ L en. The lEiieiliy of Disease! r 0 E OF PAIN To Man and Beast Is The Grand Old MTJSTA1TC Wanted - - Business Men, RFATTY'^ To encase in. ihe sale of a Business Uoolc. j • * •\"••\" • • • W iengag e Prof. Parsons'NEW LAW BOOK. THE PERSONAL A$D PROPERTY R I G H T S LIlTltaEITT , Tosuccessfully conduct BUSICNESS.AFFAIRS, or to TEACH S C H Q 0 t r ~ Its graduates are already holding numerous lucrative and responsible posi- tions ai-.DCSI.NESS MEN,' CLERICS, ACCOUNTANTS, and TEACHERS There are no vacations., \"-. •'' ,: . ^ \" )••'•?•• :[•:•. '\"\"v1'Every^tudenti'sruidies aloie.: • ?••••• r . You^can enter any day -in the year. .... *• '..'-. Board., P3-50 to 85.00 per week. Of a Citizen of the Tutted States How to Exercise and Wow to Pnvssrre them. THK.WORK tS KSSKNTIAT. TO I Every...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 July 1876

iWiiM ^^^0^Ufi• iieiMuif«:d by , thci£ |h« ^'^it^iihidqw'il too small p*?? need to stand us until$*He 4thg next '|i|Tiii|papeT ihrpu^^tftt e ^uritry tjii^cilinorjngforsi »enttnc« frbni, one ?i^f^ityii|8* ('8jiteche5 in which he has committtd himself in theslightest de- fgree torefotrm. /•:.'•-'•'• \\? |The Eau Claire free Tress a republi- ^gin Journal gives the following method of caarrying the election in the south: i t is reported that President Grant has declared his intention of sending enough troops to the southern States to secure a /air election this fall,:_.,, •-' Eighty thousand office holders have begun their work to.secure the election of Hayes. A straw. All bets offered seem ot bebe in favor of Tilden agamsT: Hayey, with few or no takers. - , Its (The Republican party's) deeds have passed into history and we look back upon them with pride. * * * We reaffirm our opposition to further grants of the public lands to corpora, tions and monopolies. RfpnblUait TUt firm. Wh...

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 — 21 July 1876

•• •• • J M * \"•-' - • : ' . ' • » - • • • • ' • • ''-iSI The Expositor Advertisn'gr Hates. ?M#$ ORDINARY. '$S@t£3B •''iti.wf'..f STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN* JULT ? 21 1876. NO 40. \\ D V E R T I S E M £ ^ ^ | | | g On? tuoli, ono time....:........ . \"\"\"''\"*\"\"\"\"' ' \" OUp UIOOUU..........'. \". ^tbrec ruouiiia.......... \" • ftXlUOUtlla... \" ono .year... .*....•.. htCplucuD, oao lime..:.,.., 1 \" \" 1 ono moult). \"„ li^l^^S^t. iirzi) s —^Yest, corn do& grow ^ ra\\.teH' :, v -v.-v. . ^ ' B i r ^ o f a^&hert f b^t-ogettf eE»' - v —We J l ^ wrna wjagl^int pf wfeeatrust --Oar notetesw filled tQ^verflovvinjf tjiis —Every man attending conrt who is not already a .sabwribejr..tov,tiie.,..ExPQ6iTaBti8 invited to order, it sent to.his address un- til after election. The cost iscnly 50 cents. —We s u r e s t that hereafter when church members go a trolling on Sunday they take 0 e t r bibles alori^ so they can read and hiedit&te while waiting for a bite. —Messrs. Allen ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 21 July 1876

tarooc tndoJgeoce sweet Goddess of Love/ J ^ ^ ^ p ^ K ^ ^ A d r a p ethereal,: M^M^B'otilbite/'lieT- imperial..-'. . •\" ? ||^imik e :tiejaiwni»g of morn.,- »._J£'ip|ObJ sweeter thansinging.,:: mm And golden bells ringing.- mM The charm of her presence prolong. Haig heavy with blossoms and fruit ^^t S yVla nch meadow grasses luring flowers at the touch of her foot. : :') -^/:.:-^Shetoyesbest the roses-— . ^A%bse branch for sceptre she takes ^vS:oft:'Aii&where'er .she-reposes ••• • | Droop willows o'er crystalline lakes. Wi&-'-'^[y ' u '•'•• • ' • S:S:-v'i:Bjr'nighrVjn:rir.ibre8t,'\"' O Wanderer, astray and afar! . :.-: hy need Is the sorest, Lot alight, not of moon nor of star! Have courage, O Seamen! She glides o'er the tempest—beheld! Her snowy swan-women Swim high in the azure and gold! Young Maidens, with winning : Blue eyes, like theflowersof the flax Which deftly ye are spinning, Let not the fair fingers relax * Each.span thread she doubles With one that is golden ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 21 July 1876

FERGUSON'S AYENGERS. WeUnught the poor gi d tremble when she found herself BO near (he aooorges of the cooiytry,Wad\"ehev did Hot move until she heard the front door opened by a kick, and heavily booted feet in.theroom below. Then a calm thought of her situation drove : fear from her heart, and Alice Beauchampe prepared for one of the most daring deeds ... *-TTns for the gallant The fongoing five w t t ^ J ^ instituted a reign of teisor in one of the krelieet dis- tricts of the Palmetto State—a district wa- tered b y h e Catawalba and Pacolet Bivers and their gentle tributaries. ^ t h ^ ^ Corn- wallis detached the notorious Cot Eerguson \\ M the Revolutionary War. to the frontiers of North Carolina, for the T i e noise in the house increased, and oaths ostensible purpose of encuraging the tories and rude jeste pi^eeded and foUowed the of that region t o take up arms for the King, j lightning of a fire on the hearth.. Ferguson's force consisted hv part of the j Aliceiwho. had longed ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 21 July 1876

f^mmammmmm.-.-•••••.- • • l k , ighett and b««t inUrMiti Wliolt p«oplt, abi6!ut«lx re^ardleu of «U par- tpSl^lP^^^'K^-i^^CVi .•i,',.':l:\"i'..,-.1.-' ..'••'• •••••: -•\" .-.•• ||rt|^ii«%i^p^^ iB««iii,-.»lrictIy7 in advance: %g^«^s4fli*id'1ri:thrt« h\\6nth». If not paiti in three |Bi| /Ch the Bgpnbiicaris are now really the | | | E i | ^ the know-nothing ||:I«rty iaeialiyseem Many suppose them to IMbe^deaoV andas an order has ceased to ex- | f 1st. Bat such is hot the fact. It still lives Inkwell trained and organized under the £ name of the/'/f/wmVaw A ttiattcf.\" The orderwhich :! haii been for the past two years largely : J extending Itself and completing its or- ganftation. It now lias a state council in :each state, with competent and wily man- cn'aipiJi^'Wlth^t* number*, bonnd by secret c oaths. The whole is under the supervision : of * national council, which meets annual- ly. The names of its members are kept • secret and its work is done in such a secret manner...

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 — 21 July 1876

ceifUwiteoTfoai all parts of the ut alfoteais of local interestand 'CaanjgFl i f ^ ,iI&e to arrange them prop. -jnpir| ^ ..J * | ^ j ^ ^ ^ ^ . vi^^coiujiw must* in alt oues, l^^^^inMkteiftB^teJtT^ n*aae£^aijt^ ^Atl»*iE4stor^- ^-Anxiy«iou£ 'commlni^^nr v ^|«t^epushed)krj^s thiti^WiStnctly If the BepabU^p*rty d ^ not cany the eUfetionmatt\"fs^^itK a i l ^ h ^ . ing majority it will be because of their f^'^mfgtyiw ,oert^y.npj%oUti-: backer* with the whole strength of the government, with it« hordwof o«e«fr and office.- seekers ruing^we^msuM within their grasp resorting i i some places to mi]itaryLfpr^to| j^^0U^§mw^Th» writer of th« was a:soldier serving in the late war three years^ underwent all the hardship and privations incident to those times, was honorably discharged and would do the same thing oyer again under the Ramejcirofrnstancns. .He also yoted for Grant for president both times he was elected^ has yoted with the Republican party ever since, but cannot '.any l...

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 — 21 July 1876

Tb«gre«cra,tsOntb hilltops, #lp|^lkWp4ii*fiieli of the 1 M * :ffl sw^ J|^|^|^£|f^t«h^morning untilevening, m m% echi jes/oJlow.-fpH 5trffi£0«&»> M®?M&$kW,.,. ...,. ... ^ ^ t S ^ ^ v O f s B m n i i b r arid of youth, - k*'' Sobyhia loving kind ness V? My soul.i» drawn to God \"W. \"' / y. Anil like the heat* of noontide, -And like the healthful rains-— Have been the fire* of sorrow--' Have been my woes and pains. Has all thi* growthino purpose! ? Who dare* to *ay my sowl Shall end on earth its mission, And find no higher goal ? Whiter than atiy harvest That, spring*up frorn* the sod, Are the truths within me growing,\" -. T o lay before my God. ELLA WHEELER. DAaftroai InTentioaf, Hany yean ago, a gentleman in a aubotd- h»t« abutment of the Biui of IwlanddU- oovered • cUrioe more usefulthan hair-split- ting, thongb of the like nature: he found oat«way of splittingbank-notes, so thateach note became two, and to all appearanoe were the same as when they were,...

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 — 21 July 1876

tfediciiie in Ancieat Egypt • '.A' 'VW' .'-•''' ' '\"|'''|'~^,,.'V.---'-' made ail interesting disppyeTy of what is said^life *portion of one of the lost Her- metic books of medicine. Hitherto all at- tempt^ to trace the prigm of the reputed ^Hermetic writing have failed, and it has '^ib*^:assumed that the great \"Hermes\" viwaa aniythoL'.gical peraonage invented by \"the earlier alchemists to credit the acquired • knowledge with the authority of antiquity. v Thei manuscript, wnen thoroughly deciph- .?eredrmay:throw-somei light_on'this~doubt-\" 'fid point but, even if it fails to do so, the fact that a fragment of the lost learning of the Egyptians has been recovered is a matter of scientific intjrest \"The manu- script was discovered among the bones of a mummy some years ago by an Arab, and on his death it was offered to Dr. Ebers. who eventually purclia?ed it at a considerable price It consists, of a single sheet of papy- rus, about sixty feet in lengtnVand the chaia^ra are in red...

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 — 21 July 1876

COMMENTS. =* | | | | | $ ! ^ ^ the.: Postmasters, ^llll^nbtfiings i 'and federal office .-.iibl- ||§f§!i l^ rte^drkdir extermination Begin with agents. First exterminate the Agents and then the Indians. s The popular demand for a change in the administration will compel a vicTOry for Tilden and Hendricks .'in, Wiscon- sin. ••\"• • • Hayes is worth a million and a half dollars, Tilden a million. And now the Republicans swear that the former is a poor man, and the latter worth seven millions. Elect Tilden and Hendricks, enlarge the State Prisons, investigate, and then fill them with Republican ex.office hold- ers, '•'•''i' :\":\"l: ' : :'-: v'yy' ,TI\\cre has been a revival at gashing- ton*•*• iGrant ha* repented and is sorry that he ever permitted the whiskey thieves and post-office- jobbers to be disturbed. By way of showing that his resentence is sincere he is forcing into retirement all who have said a word against the ring jobbers. Hayes indors- es Grant's Administration. . Pos...

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 — 28 July 1876

M.KJ,i.'S-l«l TOR. The Expositor Advcrtisng Kates, f^ OKDINARA^%1 VOL.3, STURGEON Bi^Y, WISeQNSIN, JULY 28 1S76. NO. 41. .: On^inch, on©-nmp. .1.VEJiTISEWEN'rS^-rvrv. • *• onomontb ! \"* t«r«*e uioiitua.... ' MX ino'iirbn...'..'.. [• •* oim year......... hi column, ou© time.... . l ' \" '• \"..„.- ._ M \" oiuvmount....1.. LOCAL SOTES. to —AVe.are not dead. '-• ^Haying te nearly complete, • —Several tonristslmveappi'.iivil. —How are yonr potato bti'/s thriving?' • —They tell »!:**it*s ' . — N e w Potatoes at .-*.- W. tanvivrsco .-at —Winter wli^at is about, tvady Tor i ho, 'harvest.. • • -'-Several fanners: complain of the Tav- itges of the weevil. —Mosquitoes are ver3' affable and com-, munieative this week. —The Waupaca Republican calls, the c|ty vt. Sawyer's fame Oslibygosh. . . . ' - . ' . —A rain Wednesday night and Thurs- day freshened up things amazingly. —Two new settlers for Egg Harbor went down to spy out the land this week. —The Fanning Mail peddler, talks love to Do...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 28 July 1876

m^mm^^s^mmm !#jffi RQEON BAY, WIS. A CO., Publisher*. p^it?-«^|fblioWing is a correcranalysis'of ffillp^rkUh^Servian difficulties* and its |c«pnnection with European affairs gen- sg^^J^Kowt tlie ist of the present month ^^|^i: rnade a -formal declaration of war pIlg^^r'Turkey/and owing 'to the'great |||§|Uparity' existing between the popula- ^||^ri ahd military srength of the two |^||l6wers,* this movement on the part of efServia has caused no small amount of fllprtutttioh among ''civilized nations\" '- il s:jo what can be its true meaning. The M-. *P army that Servia can muster into set vice ^sonly about one fourth as large as the^ Turkish army, and as the Turks have the advantage of having the war near Home, it could hardly be expected that Jthe Servians could expect to come off conquerors in the end, unless they had reliable guarantees of aid in the way ot money, men, and all the articles neces- sary for carrying on the war upon which they have entered. , ^ (Ostensibly the war...

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 July 1876

THE irtJSBAND'S JEALOUSY. had worshipped-r-what would life bo worth to him if she should piw3uunirue JNot She was onlyeis^ee^when GilbertAmyM ^ ^ ' ' ^ f ^ ^ f ^ ^ j ^ ^ ' . don marrtedhe^a bright^eyfed httle thing, j • ^oreiice too well for thnt-feuta plum with ^mi^Kk^gol^andacompiexicmlikothe * e b oo.ia:n,shedvoff Av^noplunifor hini, piafcand^hiteof a conch-shell. i he told hmiself, with a hot, fevered auger -»'*''•*• 1 '•* if» •, ^ • - i- • -i- throbbing through his bram of -what value •.--4*G^5onieafoolr'smdhisplani*poken i . • t i i . V • i 3 , \" 7 ' y '-,-• , , '•.were the smiles whose sweetness was lavished u n ^ * h o h M money to leave, and com. ^ ^ ^ o u a l l d i ^ ? , ported himself m a proportionately, uncivil ^ V h e rode along, with arms manner. \" You re like all the rest of the ' . . . . . . . . world—-infatuated by a pretty face.\" **Iconfess, dear Gilbert, lam surprised at your choice,\", said his elderly maiden sister, was inclined to look favorably upon your...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 28 July 1876

!few« l^{rfks^^lM^5JS^5g£^ \"'•.-•-.\" i S i ^i-: P« «•Â» »• *lro«« Mgti««t and b«t mitmti \" 'lj^||^p^pi^«^t«e1y^ril «»f .11 y*r- if$ltii|f•Â©'—:'P••• •' '::'^!-5:\"'-- v- :'v^'C • -': W^ in advance. Tjwifcttf 8*f »«f A*. If not paid in thru 5?^th*lf^*m*e«h*i**a. * • •'•:' .••• - ••-..-./, j|pfys^i'v, #7 - ft Mll»AY r July S8, IS70. MEMOCBATIC BIFOBH TICKET. P i FOR PRESIDENT. '•'/-•': 'OfN««\"Y«wk/v ' • FOR VICE.PRES1DENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, f year is adding to the uncertain, t y ^ J T i * ^Tltlea. . • Door County has had so few officers who were careful buiineti men, and to many who cared more for plundering the people than tor doing their business correctly, that in a business point of view Door County is in a deplorable condition. And what is worse, some officers seem yet toiise their offices for their own personal ben- eft regardless of the people, and in an- swer to their selfish interests are cotir timially doing things of questionable le- gality. v A ...

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 July 1876

Corrcspeadance solicited from all parti of the County. ^3«rf as all items of local interest and tf«o«&not have tin»e t o o c ^ , « • «01 atteod to that, Makeyour com. mMUelifWii irinrTiTiraii i 1ml ii liriff ai [irn ^^£'0- -V .. ,\"'.'.'., Writers for tms column must, mail cases, voamunicate tbdrrwd. names, confidentially to the Editor. 'Anonymous communications will not be publlihecl u.dess this rule is strictly observed. a Presbyterian, is t h : son o f « Presby^ terian elder, and in early Hie was taught the catechism, sometimes reciting ft t o the senior editor o f this paper. H i s wife being an Episcopolian, he is no w a worshiper in^that church.—-//mrA** tni Presbyter. Cypress Timber. Sevastopol, July -s^tti, 187 6 Pear Sir:-^Excuse roe for scattering items. T h e farmers are tgetting along finely wit h their haying and t h e erop is a 'good one,* wheat and oats also promise to be good although I see some pieces ot wheat are slightly touched with rust. Potatoes are...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 28 July 1876

m j^MtH* iobtlB^iBrom^ ||^ili^iiiinGi^ : :^^ bandages: run six, 4 - ilililiRiiiii-f inblies above fhe grotmcl, tKen pack ^^I^^§j0i^^^^^:iik- coolfde*p«d rich w?iltoB^tAin anything like s gootfcrop fe.fcs iii g|||i|^^ino^?:afe grooi^ tl^efore, loir the § | | f f | ^ Often the Saif cause of ^ havocs among JM W ^fe^^Op t aoii Whick Very soon dsjes i^(«fak«n tfceir conBtitntion, leaving them pagw» condition for an attack from these Onhokindof plant, when in a good, healthy, vigorous condition, is mildew so li- ableto break out as when it is in a weak and .:•\" ••——..—\"..'. .'.. + « o» r _, '• I'.II.. , : FMEMKOTCIOWS OWCOBN Mciu-It is known i to most a^cidtaiW waders, that Mr. MUleiv of Stockton, New York, has experimented extensively in the way of feeding cows with Indian meal, and claims that snob feeding is more economical and successful than any other kind of winter feeding. To test these claims, the Western Now York Dairymen's Association appointed a committee to inves- ti...

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