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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 22 September 1876

Execration of Trench Women, The Paria correspondent of. aleadingjout. tuJ, in a recent communication, writes the following:( • Sophie Gaqthier had been found guilty of a horrible crime 6he had killed all her children by means of pins, which she stuck into their brain. The death of this revolt- ing criminal recalls a few interesting facta connected with the execution of women in Trance. Since 1840 nine women have been executed, and they all met their death with great firmness. Ten years ago a man and' woman were executed at Caartres for hav- ing murdered their parents. In those days the guillotine was not the horribly neatand compact little instrument that, it is now there were steps to ascend before coming into contact with the executioner \"When the criminal couple reached the foot of the scaffold the woman said, \" I should like to embrace' myhnsband before dying. Tray untie my hands you can tie them again im- mediately afterward.\" This supreme wish was reluctantly granted, for i...

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 — 22 September 1876

m0&$m?'M:{-. •'••'..•,, • - . ~ 1111111 ^^g^:'^.fK - ,^We*imt6 advocate the htsnest arid best interest* ^W$^^^-?K*?-i-^\"^^^^'^\": i ^repirdte** of all par- ijfSif8££'.rv:' vS\"^**e*: in religion.' 8^^© :?Wi:^ 7'V'v']TkK!it«j--$ti«» per annum,urictly in advance H''v'#?**51if'l»|d. i?» three month*. If not paid ia three • months $»,5b.-will be charged. £fi~0bS'£i^: F R I D A Y , S e p t , 2 2 , 1 8 7 6 . XOCAL /NOTES. —This is Indian-summer, is it, eh! —Deer are plenty now in the woods. —Subscribe for the EXPOMTO*. It will do you good. — A n unusal number of strangers are seen in , our village every day. —Say, you weather mongers, where is our ''Equnoctial Storm\" anyway f . — A . Noble and Mr. Griswold, of Fish Creek were in town last Thursday. —The stones for Lawrence's grist-mill ar- rived en the Menominee last Tuesday. —The ringing of the school bell. Oh! how many pleasant memories its tones arouse. \"-^Weatherprophets should begin, pretty: .soon now to predict an ...

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 — 22 September 1876

m:^ DOOR COUNTY • ' 7 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. /'O.^E^TTZEK, District Attorney. ^^HI&ii^WEts, Cleik of the Court. vj|i||-KioGHJ&, Register of Deeds. C tlRB|pAJftELS, Sup-rmtendent of Schools ^.SOBH^KP, County Surveyor. l^j^SPMHO. Ch'n of Board of Supervisors CORRESPONDENCE Correspondence solicited from all parts of the Cpuhtv. Send us all items of local interest and ijtypu do not have time to-arrange them prpp- Jtlj, we will attend to that, Make your com- inunications comprehensive but as brief as pos- fcble. '• , Writers for' this\" tpluixia must, in all cases, communicate their real -names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. t Owed-—an Office. IEDM-OR EXPOSITOR —Do me the fa. vor to publish the inclosed lines, writ- ten by myself at an expense of about tenjeents worth of eleven o'clock oil. Ot course you will publish them as anony- mous. I am the great Anonymous whose poems have attracted such wide...

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 — 22 September 1876

A btir.lcn of Ught-^Dg'd reonj«rt« „ 7. TTjat hovered* and %6^du(Afl»yji«. T)iotnn»}C bi children'»:langhter ^K rrtni WiUIow*'aU'dewy andawee^r ,.':: . -.WhW9 irrhnrosc-lnl and cowslip* ,? ^ troadeia l^Joyotw foet, y Whathantthouborne'sway? A Iroricn of ipyo and lonffina, The dream'of a gpldcttday — Thfl tanrmnr* of pMsionate volcca, :Tlie exquisite pcrfumi pressed . Prom thfl heart of the rose that nestled • In the beloved due's breast. Oh I wind, wild Wind of winter, 'What bast thou borne away? '- A inirJun of tnmirnfiil remembrance The sigh of tha year's decay — 'rii« r-Itelcton leavw of the forost, LfrvCrttt from the ojilll snow Wreath, An J the'i»r«ycr of a soul that is pausing Into the shadow of death. TBUPUcBiB. Tttriy'sjbow. My friend and neighbor, Purdy. of whom I presume you have ere this head me speak, it city, bread. All he knows of the country is theo- retical knowledge, and, like all men of his class, he has some very peculiar ideas in regard to the rural regi...

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 — 22 September 1876

Bsnda o*er an •nnimt boot, ita nama ^d,tr»(in g down tt»y«Itow !«•'»«,' Wbenqnalat andcrooked tettea •taa«V H e r b ^ n M i ^rutd^hir bosom h e r a * . H«d«bntitt » eager hand. :«yUmai^—i meet the lifted eyw niiKt, toftened, abined through gathering « God sorely givea them in the akiea, 3BV» «n tbfl«o drfeadlal year*. \"Sanoe aweeter thing than others hara, \"' To octofott after BOmuch pain Bat, tell me, could wo be aa bmve Through fire and rack and chain? j*tn glad there are no martyrs now,\" Blithe rings the voice, and poeitiTa. ••Ah, love,\" nay ovm heart answers low, \"The martyrs ever live. \"A royal line, in silk and lace, Or robed in serge and hodden-gray,. With fearless step and steadfast fitoe They tread the common Kay. \"Than dungeon bolt or folding Waee Their cross unseon may heavier pres*. And none suspect, through smiling d&y*i Their utmost bitterness.\" \"Some sweet thing surely God must keep To comfort,\" said my little one \"They thank Him now if 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 — 22 September 1876

T ^ loJlowingto,WB boliore, acknowledged, to 1* Ji^i^lltl&'itrUe^ all Arneritiit iP^^^^w^'^^li^to^Mi*-' ctelitfitfui, 'tiUvcr AVendoK ^^M^gK'S^Jj^^^^ l» |JoVa(v!inc' in\" Ui»(Jorthe Viii tata\" tbatdooa not throb with the heart ef the trtM „ •poi&i& r: mm* - \" - 0m ii||p^^^ •..'• ^ I ^ K i l * ^ weihirt'io life MJIfrfit! l0$^£0Z ,\\~ v Foldthewhlte Vestiircysnow on'snow, lfeSSS^v^V-V'•.' Andlay her where the violet* blow. , p ^ i p ^ * , ' ^ . \": • -• ^ :.- '-^-e• •„ •', '- ••\".• ••'.• iJit^aSf: ':V'-:' ::.•'Wtnotbeneatha»rnmrn stono, , To p l ^ for t^w withftlioueyesi A •lender cttisa ofwooU «ioni) Shall MJT that hero a maidenlio* ^n peace beneath the peaceful skies. '''''''rAndgrny.bldtreesof.'liui^st limb. Shall wheel their circling nhwlow* r^init to makb the »cqrelnn!j sunlight dii:» That drinks the frreennoM from the ground, , And droop their dead leave* on her mound.' ITien o'er'their lwttfrhs the squirrel* fun, And through their leaves the robins call, A...

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 — 29 September 1876

roR. VOL.3. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, SEPTEMBE R 3l lS7ft. NO. 50,- FOR PRESIDENT. SAMUEL J. TILDEN, Of New York., FOR VICE.PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Of Indiana. FOR MEMBER OF C0NORESS, G A B B BOUGK. Of Oshkosh. FOR MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY, J. T. WEIGHT. SENATORIAL CONVENTION. A Democratic-Reform, Senatorial Conven- tion, for thefirst Senatorial District!comprising the counties of Door, Kewaunee, Oconto and Shawano, will be held in the city of Oconto on the third day of October at 2 o'clock P. M. to nominate a candidate for State Senator, and to transact such other business as may proper- ty come before the convention. The several counties will be entitled to delegates as fol- lows': KewaunK County 7 delegates, Door . \" .\" 4 '* Oconto •\" 7 « » Shawano \" 3 *' ANNOUNCEMENTS. DISTRICf ATTORNEY. I hereby announce myself as a candidate at the coming election, for District Attorney of loot County. And I hereby pledge myself to the people of Door County, that should I be elected I w...

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 — 29 September 1876

lvfSYS'Y' ^f^^s^J^^Jf^ •:' i^^?£^^S?^S^^v~^i1i*^^--i • 5-,*?'5Y.Y^*Y'- Y Y • ? Jpp||§wcifi^toolrtiiPr jskinned rburu. liiwd grlbnirifc human skulls ?Weire its visi- ble forms. A pamphlet catalogue made Ht known that the antiquities areYPeru- fyiirt* and that they are the property of i f^i»'*nVwhb/'.exhdmed an ancient grave* yard on the site oi one of the temples of the Ineas near Lima, and that the Y .'- •/•\" • • '• \" ' • •- \"*fY •'•.••'•'\".' ' ^public is'expected to buy'them. About a hundred persons assembled to see this Yqfoerest of auctions. Several women exami led the age grimmed munimies with f deep interestY The gem of the collec. Ytion i» '•Â« mummy still wrapped in its cerements, and looking like a bundle of pld bedclothes. Speculation ran high Y»s to what might'be found after this bundle was unrolled, because the old Peruvians had a custom of wrapping up witK tfie preserved bodies of men and women not_ only rich garments, ugly weapons, kitchen utensils and farming ...

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 — 29 September 1876

Tto End of tlie Campaign against the IiSiaas. in the The season's campaign against the Sioux Indians his now virtually closed tor this year, just as we have constantly predicted it would end—that is without any practical result in the of sucessful warfare against the Indians. In our issue of July zist we held the following lan- guage relative to the, Indians then on the ww path \"They know at all times how to scatter in all directions, and how to rendezvous again just when and where it may suit them. ItVill be ex- tremely difficult to bring any consider, able number of them to an engageuient at any time where it would be hazard- ous for them but they will choose their own ground for fighting, as they have done in the two engagements that have now taken place with the force under the command of Generals Crook and Custer respectively.\" As soon after the disaster that took place with the com- mand under General Custer as addition, al men and war material could be got forward to the ca...

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 — 29 September 1876

wmum e^Sl^^^|flfiSvSS^piiiw't^j^V«»|« |li« hisHest'sind best interest! |$g||f:£::^^ of alt par- $s|fgp5? \\^lM* l«|»Htlc»'»ndieci»Tn religion. .'• ' 'Tin«Ms ~$t,oo per annum, strictly in advance fi.25 if paid in three months. If not paid in three months $ ,jo will be charged. FRIDAY, Sept., 20. 1870. LOCAL NOTES. •\".—-A. W. Lawrence has gone to Chicago this .week t — H . Reynolds cavorted the village last Monday. —Scoficld & Co. finished their season's saw- ing last evening. —The County,. Board will meet one week from next Tuesday. —The forests are donning the sombre hues of the autumnal season. --W e are under obligations to E. C.Daniels for late New York papers. —Fishermen tell of finding a good many •at-fish ia their nets recently. r-There is a .large amount of buck-wheat now being harvested in this county. —Rev. Farther Blume took possession of the new catholic parsonage this week. —Frank Kimber, oldest son of Jesse Kim- ber, is spending a few days in the village...

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 — 29 September 1876

DOOR COUNTY OFFICIAL BIBECTOET. CHKIS. LEOIJHARDT, County Treasurer. G A. MASSE, County Clerk. ...... W|C WAGENER, Sheriff. R M. WRIGHT, County Judge. O.E. DREUTZER, District Attorney. # CHRIS DANIELS, Cleik of the Court. J AS. KEOGH JR^ Register of Deeds. CrtRts DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools H.SCHUYLEP, County Surveyor. \" H.G5PKrNG. Ch'n of Board of Supervisors COKEESPONDESCE Correspondence solicited from all parts of the County. Send us all items of local interest and if you do not have time to arrange them prop. erljr, we will attend to that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- iibk. Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to th« Editor. Ano-.ynous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. ' j, . • • saw many things that interested and! boy 'wanted thefarmer to go with him ' ncjals, such as collectors, post masters, J NEW ADVERTISEMENTS and hun't for theml The terme...

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 — 29 September 1876

W^^ssiM&^^^i^'i^'f^ky^^i s$g*w»e3{^s, -. ~- • -•-• was ei en whoa Gilbert Amy. jr^ecutiiig invejitjgatloas into-this process as t » nscauB of preparing notary and naval Buppjii*. A iarge Quantity suitably sealed being on board some vessels tmdertaEng a long voyage, with a view of d termkung mora dt finitely \"its avnilabi it/ for : the purpose referred to. An estabtshmeni in jrare iiuloe«pce and-si^leries* of Kftlure lie 1^: wor^pped^^liat bot life ha yrtivik to him if she' i^ould prove-'.'imrni ?.' -Kot ,-'$$&-,v«^.• r „.-, w -.-.-,,-...,.-only — .-.--..•.• -.•. . . = ,..•,,-,,... . . j. that he fe^red any Huoliiiikery-- no\", hftkuv^ | ! S P ^ i S ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ t U 0 ' t , l J n 8 ' - - ! Florence too wdliortli6t--b«t it plum wit3i , . . j S l l S E l B N K S ^ 1 W ! ^ * « N ? * ^ ^ %'! the bloom bnwhed o f f ^ a o mum id/ him | | | | g | i ^ K ^ flirobbuig throiigh hi» hnan j o£ vrlat valne'l Hungary is now engaged in' the' preparation |$|||f|g§t-W were th«|sm...

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 — 29 September 1876

IAMBSixBFA HiOAEKGr TOMB. AtiKXTS WANTED FOIt THK GREAT CENTENNIAL BOOK. lainjf.uo KitUi- IT PAk'iS. &. ud Mr I.IVCU- lar. P. W. ZIEGLEtt & CO.. Chicago. Ira, 4W A KIHIUJX. WhoUsale and Retail Pcalcr in Hardware. Iron,Steel, Nails,Stovti, Tin-ware Belting, &c. Green Bay, Wit. \"' * :f RAILROADS. \" I wite Jay this morning's Sun\" said Mr Maiguffint *'tnat 4 Mrs. O'Klantikop is married again. Her ^last husband. Major O'Klantikop, used'to board here. H e spent his winters in Florida hunting alligators, and aTnore devoted sports- man I never saw but h e never was sat. isfied with the old method of shooting w1:h a rifle. There was a great waste in the bullets that glanced off the rep- tile's backs, aud frequently one would get away before he could hit him in a vital spot. So the Major went up ^to Charleston one winter and bought a condemned columbiad that had been used at the siege of Fort Sumpter, and had it mounted at a bend in the St. I ClliCagO & N o r t l l - W e S ...

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 — 29 September 1876

i3lx^QB:i: STURGEON BAY, WIS. COMMKNTS. ^::i^^':|%»t|}ciiarge agairut Tildcn i* j^ rihat lie has procluc^d a light crop of ^ \"\"wh'eatIri ,'thc.Country..'and thus caused ^}anidvance in the price of some 20 cents v « per bushel. The republican papers as- : ^aure! the public that the charge is abao. •\"iuitely unanswerable and the reformers j«re very itnuch down the mouth there- •v' * t . . :••: , •. = In large cities on the'great dailies, no r^juesiiohs are eVer asked as to the politi. : vet qi editors. The fraternity is a pro- fesssion—as much so as the law—-and I writera of any ability are capablc.or pre. Anting: either side, whatever their pri- vate convictions, which have no neces- saiy connection, with their occupation. To get between the hungry office holder and the public crib, is a fearful ordeal for an honest man to pass. The tarantulus have their stings ready to strike all who invade their feeding ground. To vote the- Republican ticket next November will be to vote your...

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 October 1876

litl ^ VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, -OCTOBE R l i is™. NO. 52. IDEEOCRATIC REFORM TICKET. Another Comparison. Here are the names of six Generals j in the Union Army upon each 'side in |.the impending political campaign j .', For Til den and For Hayes and Refotm. C*ruptt\\yt:. *\" ! Gen. Joe. Hooker, jGen. O. E. Dreutzev, j Gen. Franz Sigel, ' JGen.'Wm. W.-Relknap, t Gen. G. B.'MeClellan. Gen. O. E. Babcock j Gen. E. S. Bragg, j'Cen. J. M. Palmer, ) Gen. A . S . Williams. business confidence.\" The Republican maladministration has evidently much to do with our present troubles, •These are but samples of western ad. vices. The most encoufagingifact of all is that, with all their whistling to keep their courage up, The Republicans are order to win the profits of the knave. This language is not stronger than the facts.will warrant, and no one knows it better than Hayes.himself. LOGAN OUTBIDS tN'GERSOU.. At Indianapolis the 'other night Sena tor Lagan, who recently, for his own pur...

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 October 1876

t«tai*w»th their Hjw nod dream \\rftfi iicfr*oat ppS^ttfc'lWpresei^^ sJ||U:flB»tte'oId:m(Mi will hot.bury:-- \"\"\"\"\"3^W'H»'grave hejplanfethHope.-,...... .:•.. .*. :..v... 'Stw'vrunever begotten in Folly's brainy g||':ibi:i^«BJptyfllujrion, toflftticri.\"• ... ^| K^Jnt% heart herprecipe she crteth p(abv pjf-§ : :'^\\fe are born to sohctbuif.'better. ^f^And thatwhich the inner Vuim doth say IffSr Will never the hoping spirit betray. Wte Green Grasa Under tie 0- T, AHltIK A. TVZSTOX. Tie work of the sun in slow. But, as sure as heaven, we Uno*? 80 well not forROt, When tbe skies are wnt. • v Thetft'i green grits* under the mow, *v\"hr the winds of winter blow, \\VjtiUn*like voices ol woe:, . :: There are April'showers, And buds and flowers. *'' *.nd green grass umler the snow. V We find that it's over so, In this life's unevenflow1 . We'Te\"ouly fc wait, In the face of fate, Por Kroen grass under the BWVT. t*—m~ ——• There is no Place like Homa #5K \" i l This poetic phrase is...

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 October 1876

''^it^viV.'^ L BoB-bacik BiSo. we Idarn.-—Daii6uri/, Nens. cixi.pea&y, but- he ?^.LL-JLy-\".Wg-gdfc IN IOWA TOOTH ^WHO WOGLDN T M Maternal Affection._ by n«y*stah »halw' i v.»t- ho mipo*o i upon device as this.Califor- The early History of Cooper county i s full of interest and roinanco. About th e year 1820 there were bu t few families living on th e south side of the river. Th e most feian.4^:|Jj|i»«^._ii^kMws perfectly well that IMXTSBS h&y/i- lo^s, and that thoy do not wear iron petticoats. A horse with a cow- catcher would provoke Ida scorn aud coft- -. A cow in theI town of Eden, (Wii.) th e mother of a handsome calf, was crossing th e railroad a few days since. She ha d cleared tempt, while h e would undoubtedly regard the last rail when the passenger train ap- * horse Trith a blazing head-light on his peared. Th e animal hastened toward th e breast an d a bell mounted between his ears prominent were b y the name of Cole, who fence. Looking hack, she saw her offs...

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 October 1876

—0 E. Drcutxer, in his speecli before out % j^ote of thepeoplejn N o v e m ^ K » l X i . r i . 0 3 r c 5 ? O 0 . 9 ,•.. '*Ve aim to S.£V\\-CMC the- i't-lieu .-mi »is-« • lifijjc Whole poor!-, nl^o'tii'.'ly ir^9!\"!!r«s 1 .Jw-.i in polilks .n.l .W.-. 1 r-\\ the Hayes and Wheeler club last Saturday night, *ays: VTBtJB £0W CATHOLIC- lRISH'WJLL VOTE FOR TILJ)RN OF COURSE, THEY DONT KNOW ANY BETTER \" \\,?~$'If prti'.l :• /''-f.'. ri-ir .h •. vr'-i'V i'l .Tilvance li\" IKII jv.iJ in three FRIDAY. Oct., 13, 1876. LOCAL NOTErt. -How is \"Indeanner?\" -Mr. I). B. Coon was in town last Mon- day. —County Board adjourned to-day at noon. —Another Original Poem from Scotus is crowded out this week. —There will be no services in the M. E. Church next Sabbath. —Georgia gives 80,000 Democratic ma- jority. How's that for high ? —Days are.now sh'-rter than nights, and still shortening at both ends. —Lumber is now lower in Chicago than ,tt any previous time within 20 years. —Every postmaster is ...

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 October 1876

DOOR COUNTY OFHCULWMCTOOT. Cuius. LEONHAROt, County Treasurer. C. A. MASSE, County Clerk. War. WAGENER, Sheriff. ,°.M. WRIGHT, County Judge. . , E. DKEUTZER, District Attorney, funis P A N E L S, Cleik of the Court. . KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. JH&IS DANIELS, Superintendjnt of Schools .SCHUYLEF, County Surveyor. ll.GSPMNG Ch-'n of Board of Supervisors COKRBSFOXDESCE Correspondence solicited from all parts of the County. Send us all items of local interest and ( if you do riot have time to arrange them prop- ^ertyi we will attend to that, Make your com- munications 'comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible.. , Writers for this column must. m all case?, communicate their rc.il names, confidentially. to the Editor. Any y-n:ms communications Will not be publish: i UL'iss'this rule is strictly observed. Marinette, Wis., Oct. loth, 1876. Editor of EXPOSITOR. DEAR SIR :•—We see by your paper that you have already placed the name of our honored townsman, Mr. Wm- McCartney, in the pr...

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 October 1876

1 ^aiihe^sOJ varieties rntl styles ^fe^OT'S^SHOfiffc^l'crfect i ' fits guarantied Eveiy Timet aiid nil work Warranted. REPAIRTNG alwavs hi order. .'. Shop iirLconhardtV Ktuldhig,, opposite Mu ic Hull. • . \" M( - • RAILROADS. Chicago & K'ortl.-Western RAILWAY. Tasyengcis for CHICACU, Detroit, Tele- do, Cleveland,. Hulialo, Niagara Falls, 1'itt.s- burg, Cincinnati, Rochester, Albany. Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, I'onl&nd,. Huston, New York, j'liiladelphin, Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis. Cairo, San KratitihCO, Sacramento, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver, Council liluJi'j, Sioux City, St. Paul, MurqucUe, Gscihiaba, . .Metiiisiia, Madison, Cheyenne, Omaha, Yank- ton, VV.nona, Duluih, Green Bay, Milwaukee, and all points North, West, South and East. should buy their tickets via the Chicag-oA North-Western Railway. Cluse Ct'imections are made at Chicago with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Michi- gan Central, Baltimore & Ohio, Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago, Kankak...

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