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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 10 April 1874

And are prepared to execute promptly, every description of Job Printing re- quired in thii region sqch «• C a n E ^ h^^rAuciinn Bill^, Statem^rtte, Circu- rammes, Bleaks, Notices, Invitations, Ship-GRAND ping Tags, Labels, y Receipts, etc. printing tor Tow Printing\"fo r Lodges,'. . -_ Printing for Crangef, Nurserymen, Merchants, Lawyers, Doctors, Railroads, Steamboats, Printing for Everybody. CQM BI NATION ORG AN S. Fitted with the NewlyInvented Soribner's Patent Qualifying Tubes: An invention having a mo»t important bearing on the future reputation of Reed instruments, bv means of Wnicfi tfie: Quantity or Volume of tone :s very largely increased, hnd the quality of tone rendered 4 ••••• • • Equal to that of the BEST PIPE ORGANS of the aame capacity. -Our celebrated \" Vox Celeste,\" \"Vox Humana,\" \" Wilcox Patent,\" Octave Coupler, the charming \"Cello,\" or*Clarionet Stops,and M All tlie late Improvement©, Can be obtained only in tj^ese Organs. W « « ? i Fs RtPECtAL ATTENT...

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 — 17 April 1874

*W:V-.-J.j!5--V!»r. youi. STURGEON BAY, ^ ^ l*74~ NO. 26. BUSINES8 CARDS. T T ** HALL, Jewelry, Silver Ware and Elgin Xlr« Watches. Agent for Domestic Sewing Ma* I chines and Diamond Spectacles. Gieen Bay Wis. O\"El. PREUTJn-:K, Attorney and Counsellor at! A W :_J V ^L?A\"'L^' x ^?*i , ]l 5 u C a i t i j!*** n d tXAL*.W.iYHOUSK between Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay. Goal times. Onl# y eighty . , _.„ Clitncnt Caniesse Prop'r. • . * - * • • H , at all ... ! P.ea e give me a call. GKORGL80MSIKRS,fWholesale Dry Goods Mer- chant. Full line o Dry Good* on hand. Or- dei promptly filled. Washington St. Green Bay Mnveyancirv-. Sell* Knreijrh Draft* and Passag, J7J Sturgeon'B^^Go^Stablinf.'\" GooT'weais R-nlV a i d \\n*AtutmA m }i%A*** tK-*- .„k -k Tickets, Office, Cedar Street-SiUrfieon Hayr Wi* 1 « al l time, . Onl y eight y rods trom the Ba y show. \"** \"*** »-«M t U t e a • lWi&s l h e r e Which •tar §*ffotfuire at follows: \" Ap|rf. Vhayer, W. C. T. Sister Th j$r, W. R, H, S., Si...

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 — 17 April 1874

:s.^^M syrtfe^si • mm slip ®m& *M* t t ? C o . f • • • 'i'V^ I Wc aim to advocate the hlgheu and best interest*all rfwf w?iot« pwple, awoJtijely rejjardteM of «1! par- TsftMS ~-9f,ea per annum, »*ri^Iy In advance fi,«5 Ifpaid it\\Ahte»imm^ni Jf*\\Qipt\\d'Mt^r*^ •ioatht fi,so will l charged. ',i,lit'HM$^ \" . - •...''.-/..! '^MSESM \"Iff' t'A yaioAY, Apln i sriiitQ m?H \\yi-*«i: • nwn^i .^s\"# gheTnfclidf TlnoJ. The mosr of Wt* readers'tfave probt- l»1y «i^lce fwiperi tii*tvtcicr»ti fie meti alj over the civilized world, afe miking great preparations' for the \"Transit jOfW-etius/ •Â» though it| wert an event of great foment,to our happi- netir Doubtless many , do {not know ' . ' v* • \"• £»«\" • . /•**f T* ti-. •\"•'••'•,* . \"• weir uwn particular manner, j ne nodooi W^CilMfTlf^if of VenuiJ s It i s , ^ hei|rt o f that ma n w h o w o u l d .eefctTrldl •imply the pifling of the , final! planet of Venus between the Sun arid the Earth. It will occur on the 8th of De- ...

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 — 17 April 1874

^V^SC'**^^.^^.!!?*^^ .\"y^/v^y.^yit^ ^ DooireooiiTY OFFICIAL DIBECTORY. 'jV^^T^**2£afei!^g^JL2j^|g& JOSEPH CouotfoN, County Treasurer, C A. MASSE, County Clerk. DAVID HOULE, Sheriff. * R. M. WRIGHT. County Judge D. A. REED, District Attorney. f CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of Circuit Court PETER ZENNERS, Register of Deeds.' ' CHIOS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools, JAMES C. PINNEY, County Surveyor. B. G. HANNAK, Deputy County Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch*n of Board ofSupervisors. DOOR Grange, No.—, meets every FRIDAY evening in Good Templars' Hall, at 6-30. All persons having busi- ness with the Grange will govern them selves accordingly. Per Order. COKRESPONDENCE. Correspondence solicited from all parts ofthe County. Send us all items oflocal interest and if.you do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we will attend to that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially • t...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 17 April 1874

mmmm • 0§0sM$!M$ •' £% * ^ e | l | e pijyiiotogy which ^weT'wiii bring forth in .discussing i seasons for cutting tre*i, to get the great- est? a ^ u n t ^ C strength and elasticity to tb«L ^jnbenfO^ determine the season for, cuttinc to avoid worms and powder- post, and also the season for cutting bushes as well as grown timber, that will produce ho suckers or sprouts, t. In the\" seed, the mother plant stores up enough starch ,to serve the little seed- ling of the tree until it is organized an 'T*»m •Â»Â»$ can . Supply itself. Starch is \\he funda mental Drincipje of all piant growth)\"or, tn other wqrfds? Is the basis of all plant food, and by itschanges and combina- tions the manv peculiarities and vari. ations of vegetable organism are pro- duced. Longitudinal growth continues until the starch in the seed has all been consumed in the organization of the stem and roots., when this store is ex- hausted the ^lan ceases to increase in length, either of the branches or of the roo...

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 — 17 April 1874

—-NQW Florida has an ostrich farm. —Five years ago there was not a railroad in Colorado. Novr there are nearly seven hundred miles, all in oper- ation. —A Georgia paper saya that it won't be more than three months before the sad and lonely young men of that State can go out and hook melons and feel tnew the goodness of nature. —The following placard was* hung up on the wall of one of tl^ saloons at Berlin, where the women are praying: \"When thou prayest, enter into the closet, not into somebody else's • rum- s h o p . \" ,, ,. ,. . ,, :• ,•• f :'y.:-:-'A —We import isinglass From Russia, paying therefor'$5 per pound. Recent experiments by a gentleman of Hyde Paik, demonstrate that our lake sturgeon will produce a superior article. Why not ju{ilize^r. bem ? It jv^ciuld pfove *• •durce of gre|t projt.^ ?•* ,- ' v.? !:-\\ \\.J —A correspondent of a Cincinnati paper asks \"Inasmuch as the churches have largely aided to diminish the rev- enues of the government from the whisky traffic, ...

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 — 17 April 1874

«B.Vi«jK'*r..i-v'v 00$0$ : ^^pw^^^^!^^p^ffli^^^|p^^^ mt&ww^t^y^w^w^w^^-Wv : ^lill5|slt!t^6*rd| of 4 Eden ?~~Eve ::fpi •••\"*\"iija^-.. •jdji i^t^P'towni**'are tile on the doon of several saloons at :^^.-f r $ f *Wv :#*'*% Aw friarrjage ?f* ^ W **JC nc Xcc tn3,t bad any liar aboutlit. Speaking of becoming attire, what thing is moat likely to become awoman? W$y*a little |irl,bf Course. One thUig, laid an old toper, wa* thmWtM fshd of ^h!Wey ^i. gets nowadavi. A kind lady in Danbury recently j|^f *4eggaj half a dozen pager cpllari, witntne advice to turn them i'iil\"^ chalk the edges. A California paper Veils about a boy climing a tomato vine to get away from a mad dog. Tomato vines attuin an en- ormous size in California, and so do lies. .{In \"Bennington, Vt.,| two sisters re- *fdihg within six miles of each other have not met for abotjt thirty years. There is no ill-feeling between them— it \"just happened so.\" A San Francisco masked ball was at- tended by a young lady who pe...

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 — 17 April 1874

B H mmmmmm Nobtefse Oblige. An tmu man» \"SaWfe v.\\ W& PlnneyVi Real Eatata RijSlBWn^f ft r give it in the rclttor'j own words : \"The duke,\" he says, »W once at church, no matter where, when a col- lection wjp announced for some charita- ble objec^#|r^ r pa#fr^)a| , or what- ever it mi|nf De, began to go round and the duke carefully put his hand in his pocket and took out a florin, which he laid on the pew before him, ready for transfer to^y»e\"pUte. Beside him sat a little snobv who noticing this action imitated '&< by ostentatiously laying a sovereign alongside /the ducal florin. This was too much for his gra?e, who dipped his hand into his pocket again tnd pulled «aj another florin, which he laid by the side:?£*&*frit. The little snob followed silit\\ ^ laying another sovereign beside thi/^rst. His grace quietly added a third florin, which was capped by a third sovereign on the part of the little snob.' idttt*im I fourth florin to swell the duke's^Jonat...

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 — 17 April 1874

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^p^^^^^^^^^^^pp^^^^» ii^t®B&^ '&&& »j^,^VJel DARK BRAHMAS. •KE^P THE BEST, IT COSTS XO MODE.\" |GGS FOR HAtCHING, 1,4 from twelve rarietlea of Fancy Poultry. • T ' . *—:oo:— STOC K FBO M THE BEST STBAJNS —-in the-—* TJxxltoaL»t«,to». ' ft\" $ 7t v' \"\". V'w* :-i* i '•\"• ivmi't£ba\\f-&^ljbir,-. ' * * Illustrated and pesiriptivt Circular:' G . A. Cunningham, NEENAH, WIS. on receipt of Price. Throw your Whiikey out. Song 4 Cho.,...3octs. Papa, may Home. Songnnd Chorus,,...... 4octs. Will he coirie Home to Night, Song t Cho., joctn. Poor Little 1'im. Song and Chorus......... 3octs. Don't sell my Father Rum. Ballad,.........30cts. Mailed, C S I ^ M M V ^ C S p»t.paid 9 W J M WiS9a Stay Home wlil\\ mc to-night. SOUR Si Cho.,30ct». Drinking Gin. Song and Chorus, jacts. ~. w„„-i wavetne farm. Song and Crio.,.,3octs. We can not Biveihee up. Son* and Cho.,. 3octs. The Living-Water*. Song and Chorus, 35 cts. If you've a Father'* love. Song an...

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 — 24 April 1874

4 :2 /ty?ta^cJ (/&? T*' t 9l'VAv,rV*^'^MA^ ?lV«'^^\\\\^'^^.,v^'..\".::' ^»*y 1. 1 VOL.1. SBC STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, APRIL 24, 1874. NO 27. BUSINESS CARDS. O. R PBEUTZEB, Attorney andCounsellor • L a w . Will attend to examining of titles and conveyancing. Sell* Foreiffh Drafts and Passage Tickets. Office, Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay, Wis, J vVI.TH F. TJOY, Attorney tind Counselor at Law No. i 17 Washington Street. Creen Hay. Wis.' Will attend Coprt at Sturgeon Hay.when desired. 17 tf . ... FTRST NATIONAL BAMi, of Green Bay, Wis. Oldest Bank in the city. F.-itabilsned lifsS. Henry Strong, Pres't.-r-M. D. Peak, Cash'r. Saving's Department Ravin* Six per ct. compound interest. Fell Passage Tickets to and from the Old Country also foveigu drafts. 6 tf XTEVILT,E A TRACT, Attorney* and Counselors, 1^1 over National Bank of Commerce, Green Bay, J. C. NEVILLE. (5 tO J.J. TRACV. ORT,0 B. C11MVES, Attorney and Counselor .-it Law, Washington .Street, Green Bay, Wis. 5tf d P. O., Green Pa...

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 — 24 April 1874

%:^#*i^«#A -* • : ^ m^s^m^^-% .. 'Mm rrm •^i^pplMi •I iMMiiiiiw^#i& •*U»« whoU ptople, »Uolutely regardlew of «U par- duvjbjia!^ J ^ W M ^ I ^ p w ^ i i f i ^ , ittrictiy irr *dv»ne« tt,«3 Ifpaid in thr*« months If not paid in thrtt •wathif 1,50 will be charged. . ,/^..v= i t'. v •-' •' *•. :V: i:.n-v--: ',•\"' \" \" • • : ' ••\" \"':*-' ,\"•• • : . FRIDAY, April 34, 1874. - •\" , *^' J \"*- J J i f t ' J \"''\" ^ f ' \" \" - \" t l \" - • \" 1*'J *f- ' 1 •• 11 Y-^JI \" I 1.1\" I I' - I. I DOOR COUNTY, Itii Present Advantage* And future n Prospect*. That Sturgeon Bay may become at no very distant day, a forge and populous city, no one, whh a* proper appreciation of its advantages, can for a moment doubt. In all this beautiful, health^, productive .country, there is no locality which offers more inducements, than Sturgeon Bay. The poor man can here get his farm upon which he can make his home in*a few years,' whereItecrin enjoy all the comforts, and a fair share of the! ...

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 — 24 April 1874

C0ERESP0XBEXC2. Correspondence soll-iretl from all prujts cf the C junty. Se.id us all ite:ns of 1 jcal intercut and tfyou do^hot have time to arrange tliem prop- erly, we w3l attend to tint, Make your coin, municatious comprehensive but as brief as ]xs sbh : •,-' ••• • Writers for thli co!aoi.i must, in-all cases, com nuni&te the*:- real name.- , '••:'confidentially to Ue \"Edit jr. An^'y :uus communications will not be pob^shsi tills rule is strictly observed. CfBsarism. The opponents of Mr. Grant's ad- ministration have repeatedly charged that the president has usurped powers not pertaining to his office, and that the tendancy of his administration was to- ward a centralized Federal despotism. Numerous acts and measures have strengthened this charge although it has been indignantly denied by the fawning sycophants who gather the crumbs that fall from the president's table. It is too true that unquestioning, implicit obedi- ence to the wishes of the president has been, and sti...

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 — 24 April 1874

\"r iljii jfjiyijit Jj^j|iii|i, ^jjjp! •3W& * Having had considerable experience in che growth of foreit trees, perhaps I can write something on the subje I w&th publishing. t%h f ^8# my grand - father built a siw-mill on the place I nowiwn/^ ^ white pine on the place was exhausted, and the inili wW aDaha^n^d. Jh' ifcbo, he%ave ttif fitthet K|oo atrrcs and told him there was \"brash'' enough on it to last him fifteen years for fire wood. It consisted principally of yellow pine. My ftth^r let tli«yoUto| ttees^rdw Tor abont 3© years, ind then^took off the yelloy pine—not « very h valuable crop] Then I commenced to cultivate the next crop of white pine and oak, which I *tri now taking ofr It has been trim med out by me for 30 years past, and the crop is worth at least $IQO per acre. The owner of the adjoining, wood lot— which is the same kind of land with the sarne kiud of wood as mine—instead of cutting^off the yellow pine 30 years ago, ai I did, allotted ii to stand. The ....

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 — 24 April 1874

•W-'-W*.'IA\".\"IIIUilHIMI|,,,,)|l)MM,,),! OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ' •'•'•'•'••. ' -'4irr...r/: • JOSEPH COUGUON, County Treasurer. is an^Ass\" and LOULE, Sheriff. R. M. WRIGHT. County Judge! I). A. REED, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of Circuit Court PETER ZENNERS, Register of Deeds. CHRIS D A M l l i ^ r ^ e ^ ^ ^ j c h o o U . JAMES C. PINNEY, County Surveyor. 3. G. HANNAW, Deputy County Surveyor. A. NOBLER Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. 3P . ofH. - DOOR Grange, l$o.r—, meets every FRIDAY evening in Good Templars' Hall, at 6-30. Alj persons having busi- ness with the Grange will govern' %hem selves accordingly. Per Order8. man &t>m*i^sa!JXHiiB&t<*mW^ through. this compliment, made complaint to the |4P. Mi General The Sc Joseph P. M. *** ^was threatened with decapfratiotu Mr Johnson was called to account* and ac^ knowledged^hathe did:notuse the pre- cise word9t*tijfr M~&H?tfm, and supposed The matter settled. He was however very unpleasantly ' convin...

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 — 24 April 1874

'&m&itor'^' \"••****-*• •\"•• - • - \"'•-•\" • - ^?5*^^JB4*i^^: »Ss:: ^a^^Vr\\K^!*S*% |W»Sie-'S*S^ ^^^^SiiH^^ii^i^cs.i^jf^s^i . i TALK TP T^OPU^ N ,£»£ CQtVW , it&jivsrW'JttV^iF.si' Is ifter *nd' :|p^i|^.!i^thr'^ler. With •iriti devetopmtot^ nor.c is itwre emphatic tb (hff mind* of tlw people ihan thai CASH IS 'lshe King who~.ibook.hu wand and all the tribes between the two oceans trembled. The (Kql had b««n MI*mtt^lkTrthat Cash had hut little authority and had depended almost entirely U] A» a basU for busineM. But the ltsjn of the joit six months have taught them that the ty- rant ir DETHRONED. Recognizing the truth of this fact, and be- lining that it u for the interests of the people, a* well an ouraelvei. we have decided to reduce our butbleat to a ,.' . Cash Basis, And will sell only for pay down, or rarely give SHORT CREDITS To those W K KNOW are responsible, and them only for very SMALL AMOUNTS. H y adopting this rule we are enabled to \"BLOW OUR HORN\" l-...

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 — 24 April 1874

f 1 .*•:• ,-*'!.. ^ ' , * W .I' '•Â£• •''% i d * '* \" .' ATlHrtltANCI HOTIU' f\"\\ STURGEON BAY, WJSCONS1N. J.B. WRIGHT, Proprietor. 'I have recently leased the new large building on the corner of-Cedar and IfcrtaKe atreen and fitted ic up forriif accommodation of the traveling pub. lie. ThffooyfceH new **4 recently furnithedvand the bed rooms are large and pleasant. It is speci- ally adapted forthe use offamilies who wish to board. The Green Bay ant) the Bailey's Harbor mail stages arrive at and depart from this,house oh their schedule time, All express matter from Green Bay U also left here. It is situated close to I*wrcnce's new steamboat dock, which Wtyl be the stopping place for alt steamboat* running here next season. Good stabling for teams, Sturgeon Bay'i Wisi, Jan. 17, *y4»' 16—tf Choice Breeds Having spent many yean in the breeding and rearing of Fancy Fowls, and having brought them to a high standard, I can now from asfinestork as can be found this side of the Atlantic....

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 — 24 April 1874

'•*.' -:' /W\\\" V-^v ' 1 -'.^^ ^ \"'• • ' \"•' -V'-' '• i n DARK BRAHMA* \"KKBP THE PERT. IT C m i f ^ a H ^ ^ EGGSf STOOKHOK TEE BIST STEALS ^—in the—~ .' XJialtoca. States. r-*~TRICES WITHIN THK REACH OF ALL- Sencl stamp {or *'Illustrated And Desaipthk Cir/ufat: G . A. Cujuungham, Throw your Whiakey out. Song A: Clio.,...30 «». Papa, stay Home. Song and Chorus.,.,..... ^ocw. Will he come Home to Night. Song Sc Cho., JOCIH. Don't sell my Father Rum. Ballad, HO c*». ^ a - ^ y ^ ^ j q ^ ^ f f t y ^ t A ^ ^ ^ Mailed, pott-paid^ SOITGS- on receipt of Price. u y Home withfrne trt-niRht. Song A Cho.^octs. Drinking tiiri. Song and Chonttt,... .:'. . .30 crs. We won't leave the farm. Song and Cho.,..3oct*. We can notKive thee up. Song and Cbo.,..3octs. The Living Water*. Song and Chorus,.,...35cts. 1 r you\\e « Father** love. Song and Cho.,. .30 eta. Addr*M, J. U PRTKBiS, M» Bond nay. R. *. fe\"ahall issue a new book enti- iratffoSjofiowf *mpt*e#W|e^nWy »uit the want* of Temperance ...

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 — 1 May 1874

VOL.1. 23E STOEjGEON BAY, WISC^SIN, MAY 1, 1874. NO. 28. BUSINESS CARDS. O K IBETTT5EER Attorney and Counsellor at • Law. Wi)i attend to examining of titles and f-ouveyaucron. Sell* FnreigV Draft*-and Passage Tickets. Office, Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay, Wis. iV-TrTl F. T.OV, Attorney and Counselor atLaw t No. t \\7 WunHintrton St-p.c. Creen Nay. Wis. Will attend Court at Sturgeon liny when desired. *7tf FIBST :JATI0? A?, SArX, of Green Bay, wu. Oldest Bank in the city. KsiaWishcd 1838. Henry Strong, PresV-M. D . Peak, Cash'r. Saving's Department Paving Six per ct. compound interest. Sell Passage Tickets to and from the Old Country also foreign drafts. 6tf \"VpETILTiE*TKCT Attorney and'Crmnsefors, J^N over National Dank of Commerce, Green Bay, Wis. J. C. NEVILLE. (stf T.J.TRACY . ORLOB.ttKAVES.n Attomev aM Counselor at Law, Washingto Street, Orcen Day, Wis. 5tf HASTINGSHastingsE& . CHEES & TISDALE, successors to Ellis, Greene, Attorneys and Counselors, corner P'ne ar.d Adams S...

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 — 1 May 1874

m^£-£$i'i :,0^^^0jm^. ' W« »un to »dvo» the bighjMt Md best iiitlrwu . oith«who1epeopi«,ab«d!?[teV « « « ^ ^ of »11 par- tie* fa politic* «nd MCU Jn rtlijlon. .., . |t,a5ifpaid in threemonthn. If notpaid in thr«« monthi $1,50 will be charged,: \"•- '~mm /:lrl^r'T-'!C-\"''\"''\"\"^:\"'^'':^ \"iV''''\".'' 1.....\" A s the season approaches for work to begin on the public roads, a few suggestions to the readers of the EXPOSITOR may not be out of place, .'.- , . i Here, amid the forests and swamps, GOOD roads are out of the question, and passable roads are .obtained only at great expense. Many thousands of dollars have been expended upon the roads in Door County, and yet, they are, for the most part, next to impassable. An old English maxim says: \"The roads of a coun- try are certain and accurate tests of the degree of its civilization.M Tn these days^of railroad and steamboat com- munication between commercial centres, remote from each other, there is not the necessity...

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 — 1 May 1874

. . ? f f T C y a . y riS COKRESPONDENCE. Coiie&xOudeace soTiiated from all parts of the County.\" Send lis all items oflocal interestand ifjou do iidt have tunc to arrange them prop- erly, We will attend to\" taat, Make your com- manications cOmpreheusive but as brief as pos- sible • Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. AnD.wmaus communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. CLAY BANCS, April 25th 1874. EDITOR EXPOSITOR :—Last ureek vou said the saloon keepers of this town are trembling in their bdots. Permit me to inform you that the trembling is all over. Our town board have consented to grant licence for the modest fee of $15°—Well, this may sound extravagant but when we contemplate that while the saloon keepers are growing rich, the ptfople are growing poor in just exactly the same degree it is but right that they *?i0uld shell out liberally for the poor fund, their business be...

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