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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 28 July 1876

Uii ajigje • mi Striking Suicide T NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Sjauiisoui \\\\lip pemJied nmid ti e rulii? ^ liicli crosbod out tlie lives of bis ptrs^ti.. Unas, is the firdt-sc-lf-muriit-rtf of Holy Writ. Saul feU updu his WcrJ in Lis List ..liul. loi buttle, ^ud the horrid details of Kites' sui- cidelivfeis with CYcry i-eader of the Scriptures. Aittonjgi the 0 AHi s suicide was (-.omuion, ] though usually 'rosoiiiid to'foi-v.-tirihicr' pur-' j posas Utah leail to, it to-day. Lycvirgus, tho j farmer of the famous Fpartan-^ivrs, in ortUir \"' to secure their 'o.bsarvaiica, mad..- his people promise to keep them iuviolate '\"till his re- turn,!' and then tritudroY.' to Delphi, where i after a cojisultatlou with the 6racle be starved • i himself to death, th'as enforcuig the per- l€tuatobServaiic of the national promise, j Suicide was so couimou in ancient Konie j as to be called \"The Roman Death.\" Pliny j and Cicero were advocates of 6elf-mnrder, Brutus, after it'*''-'battle' qf PUilippi, ...

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 July 1876

T^plSI^ been ^j|^pifce::|)Oilicy U always suspend sliilliirjiBfe the Summer, and revived in men jkf.lv ^^fSinjjjifewhitt^'-b'pil for me n .and ^|||r^flrii)f: it I*.'V*ry'• convenient fer: In • ^^^^^£^-^n::^0-^'-^:' --:too .--- ^i|iirter Sioux:have: to: stop fighting and ftgp'baWMthe'reservation'for more am- ^iunitipn^iNv9- The ammunition on l|ihe «servation i3 furnished by the gov.. girnmem : -• .- , •, \" V , - • $?S• - f r h e \"Rcpu^«s»ns-..are fairly '.spoiling to see the democrats get up a fight over the currency questba. (Jrelt Guns?—but how government docs make the whiskey thieves suffer: Don't she though? ,| fj^j.hi|jt?0iit the gpy|rrirnent [ #280,000 already n stirring up southern outrages to help tbc causeJX Hayes and -Wheel- erj eight or ten negroes have been kill- errand two or three white men, andtorial they haye not yet got a first class out- rage. Grant has bounced all the honest men who took part in prosccutirg the whiskey ring, and all the thieves in prison are ...

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 — 4 August 1876

•^V••':''•'•^!• / LOCAL NOTES. —J. P. Simon, of Sevastopol, proposes | pa muster enough voters i n his own family ' t o outvote the'jwhble: strength of th e i. Hayes and Wheele'r d o b list, published in | the Advocate yesterday. • —Mr.Chas. Reynolds, of Jacksonport, . — T h e y s a y d o g days liave comeT 7 —The Torrid xone still hangs around un comfortably near. —There is a fair crop of red squirrels in ! passed'through here on business last week Boor County tliis season. ! and retnrhed this weefc H e was shot witli l a jury venire while here, butfull y reeov- . | ered in a few minutes —The Catholic parsonage is rapidly drawing t o ^completion.\" —- —-•• — W e hear of one or two more cases of g^arlet fever in Sevastopol. —Mr. C. Leonhardt is bjiUdmg a_.barn apon his farm near th e village. —A. W: Lawrence & Co. hiy e sold fruit vanning jars in untold numbers. —To revel in th e wildest kind of delight, i o trolling in th e bay for pickerel or mus- «ilohge.. -'-\" \"• - '-f- -...

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 — 4 August 1876

iiiS $$**, iiiifiii^ K^ W0&M STURGEON BA Y, WIS. m Itlfi IM1Y A CO., Publisher.. I S ^TheTIood of Years. _v|^^^llV-WtiXIAM' CUMipr BRVANT. • ^^^^3llbiwing pc«m is byforthe richest in | | | | p i ^ ^ a n d Ham)tingarmo»Jp which fill ^^lp^^J^jth a,riidi, grave contemplation. The ^^jQtigjbtsyrise, and sink, and sway with the :^^Sq^^lhtbf^iicih:eriieli8''the author bears us ^ § i j ^ t f t ^ ^^y -6Y' Vear«:* Mr. Bryi ^^fttJrtiiOyr/uricn the last half cf his. 8sd year ^|a»iA ^howa in this poem the richness of the gar- ^|^er^t)ne^urcs which be, has beenv accumulat- sl|ip|f fpr'more than three quarters of a century- Iffi^eve'^bcforchas so aged a poet -shown such ||^jfre]hne8 of thought and such enduring power |||^ininginaticn. Wetrust that the readers of §||^he^xposrrok'will read this new poem* think- ||? :\"/i«gL*f ',:th'e gray hairs of the aged and beautiful ^fSpoefc \" v ','\".\"''/•• •• • ..' '\".\" :\" fel$ A-Mighty Hand, from an exhnustless urn, ^rl^oujrs forth the never-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 — 4 August 1876

SCIESTlFld ^ What Chemistry Has Done. . . Dr. J. I W. Thndichum, in a recent lec- ture \"On the Discoveries and Philosophy of Liebig,\" delivered before the Societyof Arts in London, referred as follows to the posi- tion which this latest born of the sciences has alreadyattained:—'The youngest of the sciences or the youngest branch of: science is chemistry, founded by Lavoisier and Dal- ton developed by thousands of clear heads and nimble hands, it has in 'half a century become a recognized power in the affairs of man. It has materially improved his estate, : and enlarged his mind to conceptions of an : elevating nature it has become a ready test ' of his reasoning andworking power. It has become the hand-maidof almost all the elder sisters: of astronomy, teaching the compb-\" sitipn of distant stars of geology, teaching the composition and changes of strata snd minerals of physiology, 'vegetable and ani- mal, teaching about food, nutrition, growth, changes, death and decay 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 — 4 August 1876

^^«^WiW»ii^ioiftC''*is}io'i arid t»cst .liiteirests' |H|ljj|'^ all' par- S^pSTd In iliree ratyitW. If not pauS' in three ^S^IuJy\"^'ji\"»»'wji.ii/.w.'.'i.'i,: V , •^.•..,u.. ,o',i,. / .i......*, . . J J ~ . „ ^ ~ ^ ~ $ f c ^ V ^ | l M g , : & , ' 4 , ^ • 1 S 7 6 . m F - ^ | » B M ! ( ) € K A T I C K K F O B M TICKET. . wa^procured for the-noncntityi Rtmball i r«^^^^^ , _ v v •...--.• - V\" i v * ^ 1:1 r' * Hcen obnoxious to the eraneer cle by tbtemost venal and disreputable of ' ^ ' \" \"J&7.?\"E « vie mean?. Kewaui^e C o . now asks for the m c n l o{ l ^ e d ? W r » f Â¥ : M t F ^ : ' t h | opportunity ^ ^ verdict. W e place G e n . Bbuck's name] lawyer.'' lit Ais true that Tiiden is ^a STATE OF \\Y^SCOKS ^ CIKCTIT^ TKTL • i -' n - ^ - i ^ -•'•:'---'--- - ••- •• •••• ^ - f r o b i i ^ o i a r i ^ . •'•••-:: • ^ h e e l e r b y - t h ^ c6htr6l*'vit, .is i 'Tet forc«^ii bv'thc^ good * ••..^^^agam4- ^^vJ^ .-----^'- '' ' ~-: s e n s K o D t s S ^ t ^ M \"'\"\"W*ij: : ...

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 — 4 August 1876

^'i'^^^^j~^^-^.'%t-^^'S'ii^-% \"Wkm Cotm^.-^d us aU item* of local interestand erfyr we vrQl Attend to that, Make your com- mitnk^liOD»«^r^cmsive but as brief »s pos- H ::1yrit^ column must, inall outs, commanfotc thek r c ^ to tht Editor. Anonymous commwucatiOns Will pot be published unless this rule is strictly ±! ORIGINAL Pi POETRY.' ssri \" Is mis nWtrue of^L M. Runbak also t He always votes for the eastern and foreign bond-holders,led agalnst^the\"'^«^ie\" of|!tibe- west There is nodoubt but that if the^e- publican party is attacked upon their financial jfecord/ they can be beaten out of sight jbe- cause it is one of oppression of \"the many for the benefit of Gold-GambJerslajadLBoji|.Hold- ers. They have'ffeed Ul: negtWfcfwl south, and enslaved the white people of the aorth to tjbe inbneyvle»ders.ni \\t., r.\" ', •': COMMENT. The writer of the above* should know that when a republican feel* that his in- iquities are about(ttlh exposed,the buttonson hirt which covers a mu...

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 — 4 August 1876

* , , f —~-«u»^|SM will keep t&em from i^ ^ *U-i:*i y§'Vs'« •:^£^.if'h.:Vvrt,'i-** a CAirs.-'fit soldering fruit, a ^ TUedi, and »tiriinkn i« ^ , w _tt^: «y«ry jntrjkMwv andis r ^ e a i y fd•Â£Â£',*.» wilino* answer ror fcttiatois, but ddes for satytbJn* else. Aft«r filling tb« JW off *!1 pi** | i | i « | i ^ ^ the cap, lip ^''V-tnoeto should aeTer W WMh^uqm iiMlediM^ly ^^•fttnw^-.^-^^^ eren^mow than lflplieX ^ the W»fh|»gjpro-1 ^|^»p^.fo« jWl^r^ . ! ^ ^ . \\ V .^^ ||lf^ef$i» | | j w p e « i U ^ fa mild weather.'• It caa be kept l^^p^he^-vwe^bjjfooTiB^eM Water' brer' | | i ^ l w t left from ettetnttmiiig^andwhicK is intended W be ^uaed for r a i a ^ the next,. fefTmdrnin^B) grtea. JFfll the vessel entirely | ^ 'Wton v 're^jNorniie, pout off • t W water, ^||X wn^:«baorba the acidity. § ^ ^ 1 ) 1 ^ ^ 0 ^ »pf. -Pick optn, andV | : * ,/au^ on'-'•dosea or more t rds, . . : piv them between the 'olds of a owel and with a rolling-pin mash the bonet quite f Q 4 ^ b...

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 — 4 August 1876

CRI1NBM Etencfii the language of polite society, • began it succeed Latin as :the vehicle of i scientific coramuiucation.,vJtf'.yras simple and clear, and the French were the controll- Ing p'cbple* of tHe'^Cbntinerit in^arttB, iiian- tiers and literatiire.. But since then, lis . De Candolle &xys \"th e scientific centre of c a v i t y has advanced from tUftr souili to- ! wards the north,\" and. the'chances are in • favor of / t h e English, becauso it is com- jiositei ,,language, containing an equal. i measure of Greriuau and Latin words it is spoken, bj a large part of civilized man- \\ , tind, and it is.granunaticaHy simple, clear/ j strong, and flexible. As- a compromise j tongue between German ,and Jjatin,, \\t i ought to be the half-way and meeting \\ point of the' naturally hostUe Latin~and ] German races, while,: notiiuaattractive to | the Slavonic race*, ^^^atgiowing tongue j it is sure to outstnfemnjfcothe^ in the race for control o t i ^ D ^ b T f o f u l a l f o n . E...

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 — 4 August 1876

mm ^^^^^^^i^0i0\\ at ^$^i&^ffii£% ?i C03DI:RT8 Somebody has been counting up and lg*IP^Jfpit|^ has enough *\": ^ ^ ^ ^ p j ^ l ^ h j o jlpj^ei' to fill every' of. ippfli§fi$ ^ '-'••• | ^ will find | | | | § ^ ^ in P§S|P^feiS?^6i^^r * n * th e | | | f ^ € | ( ^ in tight- of ll^the feibo^y shirt and it will affect him | v about «• the light of water will affect a §|frabiddog. .But then, it is dog days now ||K^ybtrknow. - •..•'.-.-. S|^:/:\\ Brigham Young it by far the most &d: extensive father in the country. But, 0'::K then, hit tfcilities have been far superior ^js «id that nothing has been said agaioit the honesty and mora! character of Hayes. Well, we suppose if Mr. Cousineau should be nominated there would be nothing said against his hon- esty and moral character. i The fast mail had to be [ stopped. The money was needed to run the cam* paignfor Hayes. Hae is a sort of a Tim O. Howe salary grabber, both voted against it be- cause they knew it was wrong, but both to...

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 — 11 August 1876

n TOR. VOL.3. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN! AUGUS T 11 im. NO. 43. LOCAL NOTES. —\"Thou shalt not steal.\" —Lookout for forest fixes. -. —Harvesting is in full blast. —Bailey's Harbor is to have a new grist- mill. —Late oats are mostly ruined with the rust. • '-, •' .. - ~\" —Blackberries are ripe* plenty and large and sweet. —Mr. C. M. Chase is spending a few days in town this week. —Farmers are begining to look forward I to the coming county fair. —A shower of rain \"last night was re- freshing to parched nature. —Our recent fearful hot snap seems to have pretty nearly subsided. • —Any man can borrow trouble on long time without giving security. —Dust and profanity make the air pret- ty thick all over the country. —One dollar per day is the rnling rates for sailor,s wages all along the lakes. —Mr. Fred Arldt returned last evening from Milwaukee, to find his mill in ruins. —That-new awning over the door of .Scolield\"& Co's. store looks decidedly cool. —Xavier Martin, of Green Bay, ...

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 — 11 August 1876

iiiiiisiffipiii URGlEON BAY, WIS. A CO., Publisher*. When the Cows come Home. ^pi^l^aOwn'lliedasty dingle, }'S '\\'.y^l ^pS^jfeicdwsare comuig heme •. -'\".7 • ^|3^^|#«it.aid'clearj-'-Bnd faint and low, ^pi^ |i^ tl4klin2s wme.-ahd'go,- : ''\":. ' ||*lO^Mirings-'of-the April shower, • . • iiiSK?Tli»t%iake«.the daiscs grow r$$*• '• r*^' ! - ~ '*-±'•Â«-•-- \"'--i!-5-1---~ l^^^ft^^M^^M *a&?pii<?#£m m Mim$$m ge^ tfartedwi^ in tjhic upper,harbor, pa the way we j saying t h ^ went by the widdw Wilson a bit Benney was playing in \"the yard with j afraid after that. H e knew that God his sled. When he founcj but ^here^ would aaire j^s^But poor little Benny Ko-ling, ko-laiig, koliriglclinglc, ^l^| i7v TPard6wri:.thc darkening dingle, e^l^^'he/cbws'come,slowly home. . -*j&nd/{heold-tj»ie friend and twilight plays, ^^l^nA^lirry'nlgn^afld'sM^y'days, . ^fev^nie.trooping'«p: the misty ways, :' Ilflfe^When-the'.cows'come home. Ifff&K- ^Wth'jingie, jroglc, fuigfo'\" ~ ~ * '...

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 — 11 August 1876

\\: 5 §frlio. Were the Aborigines I B e h i n d t h e TndiariH. nrho w e r e i n posses* i^ii-oif t h e obtmiry \\rheai i t ~was discovered by Europeans , i s diml y s e e n t h e s h a d o w y form b i another peopl e w h o hav e left m a n y remarkable evidence s o f their habits' a n d customs a n d of a singular degree of civiliat- aon,bu t w h o m a n y centuries ag o 'disappeared jitber exterminated b y pestilence o r b y s o m e powerful a n d pitiless e n e m y , or driven from :he country t o see k n e w h o m e s south-and west of th e Grolf of Mexico . T h e evidences o f th e presenc e of this an- i e n t peopl e are foun d almos t everywher e apori th e N o r t h American continent, except, perhaps, n p o n th e Atlantic coast. T h e y con- sist of m o u n d s sometime s of imposin g size, m d othe r earthworks, so'numerou s that in Ohio alone'there are, or .were till quite, re- centlyV e s t i m a t e d t o be n o t less.tha n ten :housand of th e mounds , and fifteen...

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 — 11 August 1876

^^SmmM. fcVJEKY iRlfcAY. fe^j|j|MjJ cft)Oo.y prosperity into adversity* that tKe pro 3ucts of h'u farm are selling for less than it costs to raise them. Has nor the farmer, then, the best of reasons to ^worirand voWlora^ftange?r'~~\"-'~\"\" | | | | | £ f | | ^ interest* ^ S | | | ^ A i : i * J u I f people, Jibnolotely rcgardleiH of itl pam ^^^^-^it'^^-'X-'^:-}'-, .['.' ', -.-.-•V: .••. {.\"•'•'.:- -., \"•••\"'' ^^ ^§ -^«»'*i»V^t*a -'|ifr annum, «rictly In .advanc* i®^Mn - if«i9s'» jpa'W•.\"!»' thre* month*. \"If not paid' fa thrc« pfg.-Wjy :-»writK»$1,50 will b«charged.• V m FRIDAY, Aug. I I, 870 SBB ])EKOCRATICBEFOBH TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ' Of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Of Indiana. When Grant was' reelected the busi- ness of the country was prosperous—its agriculturists thriving, its manufactories were all in full operation. This has all passed-away. The mills are closed, business is prestrated, the farmer is des- pondent and the artisan idle...

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 — 11 August 1876

* ^uuliMPdsaiiso^.: CorriMpOod«c^soliqy^%)ra all parts of the County. .Send i^ | f c r t ^ ^lci(^ interestand if y^^fciJ^t ^«|^SB to arrange theni prop. er!y,}w,wUlAttend to that, Make your cpm- luunicatioas comprehensive but as brief as pos- AVritersifijr this column must, in all cases, a^mup^te ,iheir. real .names, confidentially itp the Editor. Anonymous communications will not lie published unless this rule is strictly pbservea. v °f. \"' ORIGINAL POETRÂ¥. The Stormy Sea. The ship that saps the .stormy sea. Must meet the'snarling waves •The bilIow^\\y,Wr|n. it cannot flee When dark, old^'Ocean'raves.w- If built of timber old and weak. And manned by seamen frail. She sinks beneath the foaming deep * No more to Vise and sail ' So, man, upon lifes ocean wide. Cannot escape the gales Wb«?re Passion's«verjswelling tide H»s naked soul a$sjuH|fU3'•,s . - vv V'•*• .* : • . i.r A$ $ r.? J,£ £ i •,-•• And if that soul to sin be given Whe« Death comes in his might, 'Tis lost to ea...

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 — 11 August 1876

J8i'\" i^MiiiiiiiiS m Hell&»te Honojwaed, •The Hell Gate obitrucUonponjists @f^g^|i^cdj^\"ofc r^'ltsi stretching•''frotn ^the | I*hrtia^ore tieir the village of or rnore. The channel through which ^^l^^lfliii^-tide-ofthe^ceiitre and here it is ^p|:p t|iat:the extensive mining -works have ftip ••'been winriedon'for the pasY few years., p|^P: ^aii4 there was so much of it that it was determined to do it on a large sca.'e. For this purpose a coffer dam was built on Long Island shore, and when the water had been pumped from the en- closure, a shaft about 50 feet long was ran to a depth of 35 feet below mean water mark. The shaft went down through the rock. It forms more of a pit than now is, usually known as a shaft. Tunnels or Vheadings,\" were then commenced in the rearward face or the shaft, and these were carried out co a varying distance, according to the location* The longest extend out about 250 feer: keep in your Mi d the idea of the section of a wagon wheel. The hob will r...

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 — 11 August 1876

iVIT A^B llUSLOU. j Chicago and studied LiwhadisjMiw a pfoni ^^^SSiSk^' ''xfe^-i'^Vw^^' ^eut fowyer there. Thus we saehow anun. % JHEget mtaf^ridjnj^' just accusation may blast and ruin a 'man's \"' \"l|$£r'r:\". • . / :•'\" .\" ' '•'.: '' '\"' - ' i^t^faaix] \"Whj would be. your notion of absent- A habit ^bit^^ Sweet-meJ|gg|^p:S G R E E N B A Y a u b n ^ ^ P S I | | i : l ': l ? S | f | K ^ ^a^Onesa?!' askeoVRuius ChoaWpf^ *rit- ness, •whom he was cross-examining.' ,-\"W«U/? _.t._rw, ^v,^.,-^,,™, w- -.-••,..#-\\,, ,l^.» „,^fei^Boidthe vitueis, with a strong Yankee ftc- | ng-mi!pfc*|l#'%K^ \"cent, : 8aytliaiania1i'who,thonght • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^a'}£^-^iA'-'9n^:h to hunt, and took ant'n ,,• , v..-i,.'^v- I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ W W - W ^ W ^ y - ^ pocket to see if he'd tiineto go hum and. • -.. A••\" 7 / ^ - ^ c W ^ l M ^ t i ^ i v - ^ ^ y ^ i i ' ' : : r - - \" ' -get i*..' *as a keUe absent-toiiided.\" j i ^ ' A ^ i ' Laziness travels so clow that poverty soon . r-. :\"-T~'-^--*\\'''~r'...

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 — 11 August 1876

jiliniiiiii A CO., Publishes. J|l||g^ |H3B ^1l|!r tharhe is only playing off to koep out of ^'•iSV^&iSSfi '•&•}••-,.'j: ifi :''.- -'J& •••'\"» 'i v.,- *•'\"••• t : g:^fenlete^ihe defalking treasurer of Washingto^ ^ii'iioir •Â» defaulter in alarge luro. Chicago is talking of another tunnel to be put under the river at Midiion ^*treelt.- ',\" f •'* •'\"' (6 !i paving her itreets with ce. dar blocks. A |«njerjil feduction of wjgei took place in the Pennsylvania coal regions this week. The Lehigh & Willkesbarre company, which in ordinary times pays its employes nearly $500,000 each month, reduces 10 per cent, on all offi- cial and employes, and the Delawarehour & Hudson company reduces 163-8 per cent, on employes. The .Belknap impeachment trial. cost nearly 870,006 and consumed two months' time. .' Commodore Vanderbilt has had an other relapse which reduced him veryon low. But slight hopes are entertaied of hisfinalrecovery. Thirty.persons committed suicide in Lond...

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 — 18 August 1876

VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, AUGUjS T IS 1876. NO. «. Green Bay Business Cards. FIBSTHATIONAL HOTEL L H. HARRIMAN, Proprietor. Green Bay. - - Wisconsin. Farts Br»k oliMv Termp very l«w, ISO-IMS airy i onmf, ciaao Beds aoo square meal*. gajTCome and seo its and we will treat you ,•\":'.. well. • ' • • L10 E1TZ-4 BBAUNS. WUoI«»al Gro - r*. Johber* l'eaaCutt^ Spice* mo. Sur on Wa*n- lutoj 8ireJt, near tue B?iU :o Gre^o Buy. ADAMS H0U8B, George Sroitli. ^Proprietor. Next door lu Ptmt-Offloe. TDe bf»at of ac- -OM»o]datuuf for team*. Faaaw'sera ami H-iamee carried to and Lt««nj tl»p ooatu and «:ar8 free of c&argv. Grtei. Bav, WIP. 42 if Wa J. SUKLFLOHX, Manufacturer of *II kinds i of Photographs. Nau'i New Brick Block, i Washington St-.near the Bridge, Green Bay, Wis., I'lCtureTralnes, Albums, Ctiroraios, * c , &c. Par- ti«wUratt€ution given to retouch pictures. c tf X:r::t:L:' ••—— *r»O f ATI05AI. BASK, of Green Bay, Wis. JP • OtdestBank in th* city. EstaUlished ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 18 August 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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