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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 27 February 1874

^^tfw^f^toj^i^^^'^^aijja^ywetfiw^^j^^yji!'. iiiiiii DOOR COUNTY JosEPtiCOUGNON Coujtf ylTreasureiv C, -X. MXSSE^ CountyGlerk. DAVID Houii, Sheriff - R.M. WRIGHT. County Judge. D. A. REED, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of Circu't Court \" PETER ZENNERS, Register cf Deeds, CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. JA.MES C. PlNXEV, County Surveyor. B. G. HANNAN, Deputy County Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch'n cf Board of Supervisors. ,\"o PBOPAGATIN& TBEE6 FBOH THE SEED. v ' Witn a little care any one by obsetv* r 'Ltng the following directions, may suc- cessfully grow any kind of tree from the seed. Fruit Tree Seed should be mixed with damp sand as soon as received, and al- lowed to swill, stirring there up and turning them every day to prevent ihem becoming warm. If not too late ior freezing weather, expose them to the frost in boxes until thoroughly' fro- zen, then placed out of the sun in some cool locality where there will be no danger of thawing until the ground is • • uffi...

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 — 27 February 1874

^^^^^g^i^^^^mmmmmmm sPJP mm 'r:, CorrenpOndencc solicited from all parts of the^ County. Sen4«»-«lli*«m»ifJo«a interc.stand : e ^ ' | £ ^ f t ^ 4 : i b j$|fc| n^^^^ipqwu^ raimic*tion» oomprehciisivc but as brief w pos-sqbjicttH sible. communicate their real names, ccmfidehtinlly to the Editor. r cpinmimicattons will nottepublished unle»«^hi8rul« is strictly observed. BLACK RIVER FALLS, WIS. Feb. 17, 1874. Ma. EDITOR ExrosnroR.—The order at the Patrom of Industry i« gaining 1 foot hold in the State of Wiiconsin. I will §ay, for the information of all con- cerned* that I am riow prepared to ap- point District Deputies for this state. Persons appling iof commissions wiil please state their occupation, age, with the population of their towns, and en- close one stamp-for return of mail. I am yours with respect, JOSEHH C. HoREV. S.D.P.of I. PATWMSOFINDWTBT. Much interest hailately been aroused throughout the United States upon the subjector\" the « Patrons of Industry,'* and...

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 — 27 February 1874

m •A corrcsponiient of tfc^r*ractical Far-j mer says: I l^ave known many men and j women too, vv ho, from various causes,' had become so aflected with nervousness that when they stretched ou* their hands j they shook like aspen leaves on a Windy ! day and b y j a ^ l y - m ^ j blanched toot-stalks of the.celery leaves ! asa salad, th.ey became a,s strong and! steady in lim-V^s other people. I iuye I known others so \\€ry rnervbu*' that the least annoyance: put them in a state oh agitation, who were ellectualiv cured by I a daily moderate use of bleached celery | as a salad .at meal tunes. 1 ha*e known ! others cured .of palpitation of the heart: ! bv flic use or\" celery. A hop in yum walk ii^ a halt, but a dance upon nothing is a halter. A deal of gold may be a plum, but a dealer m lead is a- plumber. You may sometimes put sauce into a cup, but you should a! ways put a cup in a saucer. You are . fool if you're a walker in a pond you're a philosopher if you ponder in your walk, A co...

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 — 27 February 1874

mmBSasssmssmssm -sm -?*^§^S*#?fft^ ^- ' '•••+ 'WfM6tWf$MM^ iptrtl for man'* mouth two weeks ago» during a tvso days law *uUw iThesc ^afiti *mi)ihg day*, t*1) us that the bat k-bonc of wiwter is broken But when night comes we realize that the tat) wags yet occasionally. Two boys met in our streets. \"My father is County treasurer, and yours is * in Waupun^ ^Vour larher can keep on stealing and mine cant.'* Th ice on the( Bay has not been so thin at this season before in ten years. It is said to be only ten to fifteen inches in thickness any plate upon the bay. A large part or'our people arc three handed. The chief business of the third hand, called the \"little behind hand\" should be to keep the other two busy. The annual hat betting exercise re- garding the time of the arrival of the first steamboat has begun. Gentlemen keep your hats on your heads a fewof weeks longer will you. The senior \"bearing that the two chromos would not be enough to give «ll his Hearers a premium has d...

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 — 27 February 1874

•n PACT, WJIT AXD FAKCf f Never kick a roan when he's down unless you're sure he can*tgftt up. T h e following question i r addressed to the clergy: Whether a person wh o sits in the gallery of the church is re? sponsible for deeds done in the body ? Dobson says his. friends seem deter- mined to give him the title of Dr. His butcher, baker, and all the rest, do so, but thay pui Dr. after his name instead of before it. An editor has discovered a new fact by exyerience. H e says that'the new way to. prevent bleeding at the nose is to keep your nose out of other people's business ' A thrilling version of the \"Woman in White\" is to be put on the stage Quiz says a woman in white makes night hideous, for him whenever he comes to bed with cold feet. A Vermont school-teacher makes un- ruly boys turn a grind-stone i.ooo times while another boy bears on with a stick of wood, H e calls this a revolution in school discipline. \"Take a wing,\" gushed a pompous upstart, extending his bent arm t...

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 — 27 February 1874

i^Mt'i,^. -!'' y '-••\"• llffP*!^^ •'rtitf-tlti'fessi-^-* f tlie rccjulrt d^-'iliiiiigthX'!.-:-i?yl- ^fSB-1 urrvue st»b e manure ahel leaviesV *M mixed a n d r i ^ into the p » r u n i i l l l i ^ ^ i t # ^ i S # w » top of this put',«!%' inches depth of carefully iclcctcd ^ 4 well faked and pulverized loam••'•lid wood scrapings, with a little well decomposer! stable manure. Put on the box and close the sashes to jai-ie the heat which, in a few days, will be apparent. Oped the siuhc's'to.ter it and scalding gases escape. A«: it begins io subside and the surface attains a gentle and regular warmth the bed will be ready for use. It is improper to sr*w s^eds in a led when it is fresh and -the heat is new and excessive. Cahbagci should not be sown in hotbeds: nor should lettuce or any of the hardy plants. Sow lettuce at the same rime and way recommended for cabbage. LIME FOR APPLE TRKBS —A Mr . Miller refers to the effect of lime on orchards and said : I have found noch iHg:7bc«ef...

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 — 6 March 1874

f**#»Wte«^*afeffi*fc •yo&.i. sTtmorasr ^ .20. l ty '.'. \\ .: THEN ANDJfO^ . '\"' ^ ,1:, „, . „ . . . Last fall chc Milwaukee JentuttJ, K. DBtTTZKU. Attorney »0«l OmnseRor « ] q u o l c d »\" made its own,*he words ojf 4 y ^ ^ S t eg x ! ^ ^ ^ ^ ! t h c indece l u.abu.i, f i ^«J i e rc which HAK^rin*Machioory, L L ttCR5$,lWtersHV Hardware, au^ ^Agents (or the Champi m ! Mower...and,.,...„ Reaper. Fort. Howard. , Wis,'.\" '*i— ' o ^iveyanctn?. Sell* W l | r a t i s and Passag Tickets. ••Office Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay, Wis. J ./.s.l. JI F...I4IV,. AWtver *nd Coi»nselor at Law No. i . 7 Washington Street. Green Bay. Wis. 'Will atuiiJ Court at S&i'rg&n Bay when desired* came into existenice, with money stolen, from the £eopl|e, and ha&Bved from that day to this upon the people's money, and has used the power .thu stolen to, insult and maltreat' the very people whom it has robbed, as follows . „ . \"That D. A, Reed lacks ail of those? f ^ ^ ^ v ^ ^ ^ ^ h ^ T ^ ...

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 — 6 March 1874

••I WM£mm rfth«whol« »^» Upb * W I ' I ' I ' ' \" • • • • • . *'l • ' i N.. II . |. I I II • | - » l ^ . II-.1 « , , . . 1 , ... ,|.| i I I I . M.,M :., ^ ill .1 . 1 , 1 , ^ I , , 1 . FRIDAY, March Or 1874. le cfcflyenient quarter* far^ the county officcn. Besides so shabby and dHipidii^ g buiktiftg if ^ iijt^r#c to + and in view of the foregoing facti wc ] opinioni through the are compelled to fay *chat the people Shall we nave a Court House f It may not be generally known that '.he people will be called upon this Spring to voe upon ifsuing of bond* for h building of a Court House. One of the last acts of the County Board at it! annual meeting was to pass a resolu- tion to submit the Court House question to a vote of the people. This is highly proper although the board have the authority to build such buildings as *the county needs, yet this question was not before the people when the present board was elected, and their action might, or might not, represent the wishes and m...

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 — 6 March 1874

DAVID HOULE, Sheriff. * R. M. WRIGHT. County Judge. D. A. RKED, District Attorney. C l ^ p A ^ s ^ s r l c o|Oi$ttl^r V ^W^B^^^^fyb^^ Deeds, ^ • CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. JAMES C. PmNEV County Surveyor. B. ( i HANNA!^'beputf County Surveyor. A. NOBLF^ Ch'n ofjkwrd of Supervisors, DOOR Grange, No.—, meets every FRIDAY evenijp*4a|| Good Templars* Hall, at 6-$o.iA\\\\ persons having busi- ness with the Grange will govern them elve a c c o r l | ^ ^ ^ i ^ f # : Order. Town T i ^ a i ^ r ^ ^ ^ i l i i i County Orders with Gdrttv Treasurer. Many of th^:^oJ^i|^r#casurers -are filing Coui^tylorcfefs with the county Treasurer u^oi^wh|cjh toNojtnajn money for town»i^ ^hbbppar^sesi: In most cases these oro^ers were paid the town treasurers for county taxes. There are two points in this, practice trut we can - not see through. ^ /Vrj/. .WhaC fright, ha^re the town treasurers to do this I li these orders were paid by the tax-payers, for county tax, are they not virtually, county...

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 — 6 March 1874

Con^poo4mce*Qlkito from ail parts ofthe County. S«n4 us idlitems of interciitand ifjou do not have tiwe to arrange them prop. municttions (XMnprehcnMvc but as brief as JWJ- Writers for thb column must, mall case** communicate their real name*, conndentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications Will not be published unless this rule i« strictly observed. ,V:^ Mm* EtoiT6n.-~Nbficing in your last issue, the advertiicmcnt of \"County Superintendent of Schools,\" and being mmrimonially inclined, I hereby *offer myself as a candidate for that honor, and will proceed to enumerate some of my fine qualities, Am of an affectionate disposition, light complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, and less than thirty years of age. Also have a good set of teeth that are my own, as I have paid for them, (and which, by the way, are always kept clean.) The only draw-back J know of* is this» I have rather large feet for a wort)tn, as 1 wear a No. 6 gaiter, otherwise, I know of no impediment in the way MI ...

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 — 6 March 1874

Preserving the Ltunbd? 8up ply. Hardly a week passes but we find, i n some of our exchanges, attention called to the riecessitVof\" planting to renew the waste occasioned by the destruction of our forests. This is refreshing to those of us who, years ago, talked and wrote on the importance of this subject, and it is consolatory that those who were then considered little better than lunatics, are now considered sound. The idea is being well agitated in the columns of the press, and will soon be understood by the people, that timber planting and timber protection are two of the most important subjects connect- ed with Horticulture. Upon this sub- ject the New York Tim(s says: We shall, soon learn the lesson of nat- ional as well as personal economy, and there is no single source of wealth so cruelly wasted as the Western forests, our main supply of limber. It is being destroyed io every wanton way, and thusJar iw) remedy has been even sug- gested, beyond an act of Congress re- commend...

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 — 6 March 1874

that he_keep* con tantly on hand a county ^ .. choice assortment of %,** »n ^ta^ndfancf lote .......... * and letter, cap. legal cap and other papers, envelopes^ pen*, pencils ink, Justic** Blanks, Deeds, Mart- Single Subscriptions received forall the leading newspapers ut Magajunesjat lawc»i .c|ub .rsttet. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. • 12 tf Sturgeon Hay, Wis. $^ ladie* never Vear anything but calico to The Ahn»pee people lay the \"dip theory jii a Bapfjit disease that works through the ice.\" \"UncleDan^,,v a|o bcintr re-electe^qtj&ojy^^^ and who should object \\f he dont ? The commandment is *'Love thy neighbor as thy self.\" But what it* she i* a hat»d*ame women??v l ' , •'Dr. .E* Hutchinson,\" .formerly of Sturgeon Bay, has his drug store at Ahnapee, now in full b!a*c, and is ready to enter fully upo,iVthe piij 0*i*pensation Jim Tuft of Clay Banks was once called ''Tougiv (Juss\" by,* saucy law- yer irf-'a')u&ftt6V'c,o*lfrt here! That was a lie ! a...

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 — 6 March 1874

mm . m m m m m m mmmm •^^wHW* Some of the converted saloon keepers in Ohio , show strong v symptoms of \" ^ c ^ c | n | ^ ^ t # * ' p u 4 ^ | sort t way. *Etie Burfingtoii (low*) Dai}}/ speaks of a couple \"resolving themselves into a- committee of two, with power to in- crease theniimfcer**' % - O A Scotchman asked an Irishman why farthings were coined in England, and Pat's answer was, \" T o give Scotchmen an opportunity to subscribe for chanta ble institutions.'' Philosophers say that shutting the eyes makes the sense of Rearing more acute. A wag suggests that this ac counts for the many closed eyes that are seen in church on Sunday. At a hotel table one boarder remark- ed to his neighbor, M T h i s must be a healthy place for chickens.\" \" W h y ?\" asked the other. \"Because I never see any dead ones hereabouts.\" It is said that, in all probability, the bird of wisdom, called owl , was intend- ed to be called howl but the first cock- ney wh o 'card 'im 'oot got hexasper- ated...

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 — 6 March 1874

. - •. :i|$jiij$^$fc^^ : the cbili#fflf|it^iid.eni^5^i.^.ft' the a$ee^Ea^$ito lately fcubiiihe^we^^ *h« MfC Church, general manager and »ecr:tary of the London General Omnibus Com- ptny, v fpoke^^ iiij*l)|fi%f|ie value or Indian cora^fSrv norsca. He stated that the company which he super intends have altogether discarded oats as forage for horses* \" These animals are fed entirely on maize and chaff, each horse receiving as its daily ration about seventeen pounds of the former and ten pounds of the 1atre«v Thi^ maize is just broken sufficiently to enable the horses to eat it without difficulty, and they thrive better on this fodder then they ever dtd upon oats. On the ground of economy, f«Uo, i&aifle is preferable to oats us forage, its price Juring much low- er, and the saving effected being about p or 4s a quarter. These lacrs, Mr. Church went.on to observe, have long been known to many Owners of horses, but gentlemen with private stables find great difficulty in substitut...

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 — 13 March 1874

rJ**'m^i - •*••*••. r-\"-: vC.V- y - : - .::.'.v.- •••-.'.•.to. : '\"'.-^' \" \" : ••^V, \"\" m ? i y i*& ?&&-*$• ,W« *n^»!^*i^ ^ ?VU i^**7 TOLL HALLm.*Machinery. - BURKS. Dealers in Hardware, and Far Agents for the Champion Mower and'Reaper. Fort Howard, Wis. 19 l y ——rH——5-T-T-—'— —-—rr-r *~ —*——~— — O•ELaw. . PEEFTZER, Attorney and Counsellor at Will attend to examining of titles and c rmvcyancinHr. SdlsForeitjh Drafts and Passage Tickets. ( Office, Cedar Street—Sturgtkfti Bay, Wis* • \" » ' ^ - t / • • • • • • . ' • • v*\"«-» H ?? * ^ » Attorney and Cm*nselor at Law t No. 1 ry Washington Street. Green Bay, Wis. Will attend Court at Sturgeon Bay when desired. Fl?.S,T ^TIOSALBASK , of Green Bay, Wis. Oldest Bank in the city. Established 1858. . Henry Strong, Pres't.—M. D . Peak, CashV. , Saving's Depa,rtn|ent Paying Six per ct. compound interest. Sell Passage Tickets to and from the Old Country also foreign drafts. ^ 6 tf \"VTETlLtE * TRACT, Attorneys and Counsel...

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 — 13 March 1874

C f e O O . f nrMI0VBATfWl8. • i] *\"•at*Wareata tha higtmt and ban latamts attlM whoUjpaopl*, aUolutely »f*rd!«w of all par- TmctH|ti« t« aiinum, strictly in advanca \"-lifpald in thrta month*.. If not paid htthraa FRIDAY, March 13, 1874. • • • , • „ ' ''\",''' , \" \" '\"...,',',' • ' , : ' M . ' , ! ' ' i , / 1 \" . • , i. ,,,' »OOBCOPNfY, Affricuitarally Considered, No. j . Our rain* arc usually as evenly distributed through different seasons of the year as could lw desired. True, wre sometimes sutler from an exce.wive amount of rain, and are sometimes jnnched with drouth, but no more than stir, rounding localities. Generally, our rains are m well distributed as could be desired. WINDS. A healthy, bracing breeze is almost con- Htant in all parts of the peninsula, ft in always cool and invigorating in summer, yet not pro- ducing Jhcwe cold, frosty nighti*, which are *uch a scourge in many places, This cool breeze prevents that amount of hot and sultry weather which U so nece...

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 — 13 March 1874

« s v ^ a ^ ^ * a * r ^ ^ i i wtmmm mmimmm* reasurer. JOSFH County C A* MASSE, County Clerk. DAvrDlioULE, Sheriff R. to\\Jj^BJrpm$r ]» D.A. CHRIS IJXJRE^' Clerk 01 Circuit Court CHRIS BANiEW^uiS^tka^it of Schools. C. PINNEY, County Surveyor. JAMES B.G. A • No j f f g f f y f ft• P»rd o^S»||e|^)M ft DOOR FRIDAY Hall, at ness wi •elves a I annc tion to th coming tc tinue to d fully aud i their conf it in the f I offer j as a candi. ffice of T elected, t \"aithfully c *t settler lere twent he suffrage 0 My* ^sery istrict Nc red to th« e coming ities of th d in such je wants • my know The ot! by the rintende •t to tha drawn Legisla '3 and t resolu ted the itself, a doing i chment ion of 'he Hon beg lea jnt of mittee • ig the . - e presi fsoiutit si A Si ta $1 »pecttu Sskalo i for a o f S * start o I* of c« The SL \"fted on he ore r re-elec- at the _s%all con- duties of theoffice faith- mpartially. ^ Thanking the people lor idence in the past, I shall aim to merit 3 S H TOWN TE|AS...

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 — 13 March 1874

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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 — 13 March 1874

--^#K»***ii«re^ ^^gggjj^Bsgij^KjSjffi • H i t t i H Jo&Ktrn \\»OUONON» county rreasurer. C. A. MASSE, Comity C^erk. DAVID HcwJtE, Sheriff D.A. PETER I ZE^NNEI^ ^ M f C ^ d s . CHRIS DAMEi^^ipfettild&t of Schools. JAMES C. PINNEY, County Surveyor. A. N o & U C t t l U Ikr d o^WeHfttf A *\"' DOOR FRIDAY Hal], at ness wi •elves a I anno* tion to th coming tc tinue to d fully aud i their conf it in the f k re-elec- at the - , ^ H con- duties Of theomce faith- mparttally. ^ Than^iog the people lor idence in the\"past, I shall aim to merit H. TOWN I offer j as a candii ffice o T oyself to the people of Sturgeon Bay | | ^ 6 ^ ^ | i g ) e g d o j i | i f the thc off T own Treasurer, pledging myself, if .lected. t .BOpi(|^M®i4^MI»' aithfully c. .nd honestly. I am now the the old- »t settler on Sturgeon Bay, having paid taxes suft'ragt ! * S tWpeo|)le Ire worthy of4esp4t. ., ANTON THOMPSON. -9nwfln3H\"3i!Q mil V«8 he 0 My ser istrict N red to th« e coming \"ties of th d i...

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 — 13 March 1874

THE EX*08IT0K. !.:jj!is'.j,p&j!,jis SBBBCittBBtt 9 '& tt-fsif,* «olicitc frdm all part* of tht ifjfC W J iwthiw im to arrange them prop- \" e r ^ ^ ^ l * t t « t o ^ mt»nk«tioh» Wm^rthcni4ve but a* briefas po*. Writer!tyi \"this^cojuntn must Iniin cclses, to! ^ b ^^^^knbl^hoi^' cbm$uni&tidrts: wifl nbt&e |$Mfch*d^nl&s this tule ll'strictly ShtU we vot© to isatJc County Bonds to W kN Court House?! l answer no! It can be done without. We Want! i Court HouierSnrarHli^^ r without ruling in ^«bt We hive #1! thit is n0j$.$» Wis !Mir6^ ^tWelve c %P*r^Sfl£»W H*»1 W -m#y, • want,committee. thtrq fof a^tooodnatidL lumber yard* 'rhete loti will sell readily for $25 ooj theft il ihe^ya ! of^ieph Harris f6r $4^9$ Â¥^^|^ : :j|aj^tt^^iie:County board clairoc4 **as good, and there was raited last fall,.10, maU ,up., Xhe Harris deeded\\#^jftUrifF% n$far AdWrW say* tlUr*la ,$50,000 in tax' certifi. caM^b^lMMII^ Tll^^l^pisitOHtiyt uhcatcs belonging to the towns. ,Jtn|s, ...

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