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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 May 1874

wmmm mi m Sir OQtr Pubf Ither*. SB* mf Por«t—Culture In tlio Austrian m- '•xn ' TURE FOR MARCM , - •/ \"'.'. , .y-/. dm* r %epor*^prepared by^thef* royal impeetor of forests in Trieste^ arkl pub* lisbejd by ,|Ke, ^^fJflp JVlirMStry, to ''Agricuhjuri^ ion of fVests upon the Acfriatie Is clearly recognized a» the cause of the frequent drdtigfttv fatling harvest? and consequent poverty of the people of those regions. Fhe total area of the coast provinces is 1,970,562 acres. About 23 per cent of this area is desig- nated as land incapable of plow-culture on account of its irregularity of surface. For many years the Austrian govern- ment has been anxious to restore the luxuriant forest-growth that once cov- ered this class oflands, in other portions of these provinces. In 1857 the mayor of Trieste planted a barren tract near Brassoviz/.a with Austrian pine at a considerable expense, but with entire success*- Other partial experiments demonstrated the practicability of grow- ing forests...

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 — 1 May 1874

,lj^Ji^X!.j-^^l^j.,U OFFICIAL DEKECTOBY. ^ •4-»,iiil.-- ,A. .- JOSEPH COUSNON, Comity Treasurer. R.M.WMCHT. County Judge. D. A. R m v District Atton*y. CHWS DANIELS, Clerk of CLreuitCooit PmaZKNNiats, Register of Deeds. CHUS DANBO^ Superintendent of SM-rfa JAMES CPlNNKY.CoantySaoryor. B. a HANNAH, Deputy County Surrejon 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- setVes accordingly. Per Order. Cremation. These remarks arc no argument pro. or con, nor even the expression of an opinion regarding the thing perse- A suggestion in the kindest spirit ••this it is and nothing more.\" An old saw, which we encountered in our school- boy days, wheh Andrews and Stoddard's Latin grammar troubled our, brains, reads '•Fiat experimentum in corpose viii.\" We propose the same thing here in Door County. One of the chief argu- ments in its favor is that it abolish...

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 — 1 May 1874

W$l Mi fH tS::V'% mmpmemm tft!£fc Jiii^^ iaa . et^a-lt *MT '-''' ' '^' '*B,k'•**• rflru All its development the minds of the 9^i^)iMii^^\\^^^ i ^.') • # • * liii jw^jgj^ggaga^jsggggw^^ aaotma-tara t r o w AT T4IE \"\"\" J'•XCiAOUp'\") \" \" ilSXU kl! kinds-^.pn^,,,-coneHinnmocommoms\"bkmkfo r «i» ^ » ^ ^ ^ ^ 4 0 t h e r timber mostly cut off. , i ..^\\\\ .^W%+ XM^MT&m .t r.stantly on hand. Order* by ma! nmmpty *- i !»? thc(shorc i the bay. .Here is the l The, King who shook his wand and all the tnle between the two ocean* trembled. The IKdpIe had been wont to believe that ca»h had } but 1Utj authority «ul M i depended ^most entirely upon \" -UUjV Ml,\" .7-61 •alocw\" As a*btff#f$Fbu«W««».«*15«ft tl._ „ .... _ past six months have taught them that the ty. rant is, f - O C * X i f i L « J ^ O \" Recognizing' thetlntth oi tHis fact, and be. licving that it is for the .interestsof the people, as well as ourselves, we have decided to reduce our business to a' *• • H^^-'...

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 — 1 May 1874

y ^ a a M i i STURGEON BAY, W i S c S l i i l , J. B. WRIGHT, Proprietor. I har^ rf^ltoair^ws«4 ^ e nevUrge buildinc on the cornerof Cedar ^ d Porta*egitrftu %)%(ifitte up for*ne*ccwiiMBodatto« t&rKhe traveling pub- lic. The house u new and recently furnished, and the bed rooms are large and pleasant. It is tpeci- lly adapted for the «se offkmUjet who wish to board The Green Bay Jjrnd the Bailey'* Harbor mail stages arrive at and depart from this house on their schedule time,, All express matter from Green Bay is also left here.A , \" l^ It is *i u»«ie|fcloate|6 Lawrencef • new tsteamboat \"dock, whitih infill H ,tht stopping? place for,\" all kieamboats running here next seata i U ' ': ] Good stabling for teams, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Jan. J7,'74. 16—tf Choice Breeds R.. espectfully announces to the people of Door County that he keeps con tantty on hand a, choice assortment of If?HORN'S Q T A T T A V l ^ W V Pl»in and fancy note 3 1 A 1 - 1 U A Xi I t I , »nd_etter, cap, le...

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 — 1 May 1874

Throw your Whiskey out. Song A ChffM...30 els. Will he come Home to\"jTt0f. \"Sehft&Chtf.,'30 cm. Poor Little Tim. Song and Chorus.,.. 30CU. Don't sell my Father Rum, Ballad, ......jocis.. on receipt •( Price. Stay Home wUh|me to-night. Song & Cho.,30 cts. Drinking Gin, Song and Chorus, 30 cis. We won't leave the Farm. Song and Cho,..30019. We can not give thee tip. Song and Cho.,..30cm. The Living Waters. Song and Choruit,......35 cts. If you've a Father'* Jove. Song and Cho.,.. .30 cts. *ddr»*«, J. I.. PtTF.KH, $oa Bondnuy, N. I. J tied Temperance Echoes about the first of April. Compiled eHpecially •• iuIU!l.££!lJ ML£[ X?i2P£rsi!'ce Societies. It will con- ||\\ of well-known Tern- perance So*R*, together with a choice collection of new Mefodje* written c»pech\\l fm- thU work b RiliflHKy l IE 23v * StSWfirt. DreSSler. «nd other well-known Authors. Price, 73 cent* each. Sent, per express, we »t paid, off recelfit 0T75 cfnfr? **• r ' * **i- *** * 4ddrei.ii, J . L . ...

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 — 8 May 1874

x ftifefSai'*-' ^T^Vrt*!*'w«i.«!lri** VOL.! BUSINESS CARDS. STURGEON BAY, l^iliONSIN. MAY 8,1874. *= O•*Lavr. JOTTTWK, Attorney and Otanelfar m Will attend to examinimi of titles and conveyancing. Sell* Foreign Draft* and Pa«sag» rickets: Office, Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay. WS, J CSCrJI F. Mf Attorney wnd Counselor at t,«u» N*. ? 17 Washington Street- Green Hay, Wis. Will attend Court at Sturgeon Bay when desired. »ytf wu. FIRST ! AT 10SAL BASE, of Green Baj Oldest Bank in the city. Established i3«S. Henry Strong, PresV—M. D . Peak* CashVl Saving's Department Paying Six per ct. compound interest. Sell Pas**tje 1 ickets to and from the Old Country also foreigh drafts. 6tf \"VTEVILtE A TRACT, Attnmev* and Counselors, V\\ over Jifarional Bank of Commerce, Green Bay, J.C. NEVILLE, (stf) J. J. TRACY, ORLO B. GRAVES, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Washington Street, Green Bay, Wis. 5tf HASTINGSHastingsE , GBEEK A TIS0ALE, successors to Ellis, & Greene, Attorneys and Counselors,...

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 — 8 May 1874

*t|l^pfpj||^ •\" «t*g :'if «'*'• » ) ' \" i » ^ M ^ ^ 1 ' ^Hifeinu.*iu-'iiii.L it for these pui completed. one-quarter of the has been done and paid iivn* v umcreitu puruixis w we,j ,z.r \"\"«. 7\"^ -\"\"?• .^^pany.\" *re out of debt j&iwwnere m |uus paper win DC lounci tne \\Vhatilo your folks think ab^ut i S w ^ S v ? T x m W « ^ the work of comments of the Sturgeon Bay EXPOSITOR on louse q u e ^ mem? sine* of asking every man we n^fv : f«*t o differen portion s o f th e county: the Court Hous e question. * The universal $ A Cnrrtncy Compromise. The papers are • talking of a compromise j some of the leading \"eastern contraetionists\" are talking of a compromise,. j|^ow we submit that it is not at all pleasant for, us, the laboring classes of the west, to be at the mercy of these •• eastern contractkmists.'' We have borrowed millions of their money, wi4h^ whtch^ to build our railroads, cities and public buildings when gold was worth from $1,50 to $2*25,, or in other wor...

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 — 8 May 1874

CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence solicited from all parts ofthe County. Send us all items oflocal interest and ifjoudonothavc time to arrange them prop* erly, we will attend to that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sble. Writers for this column must, in'all cases, com-nunicate the'.r real names, confidentially to the Editor. Ano.-.ynDus communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. , That'-Explanation.\" More Explanations Wanted. MR. EDiTOR.—Having noticed \" ex- planation, \" signed R. M Wright, in last week's Advocate, I thought more explanations were demanded by the people in fact there is a demand for further explanations, I write this to ask Mr. Wright once more to k'arise and explain.\" Will Mr. Wright explain how he be- came an \"inspector of election'* when he \"caused the offender to be arrested.\" It was generally supposed that his term of office had expired. Perhaps his very strong sense of duty had so muddled his ...

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 — 8 May 1874

^wm&mmm&*i^*&^M ^gasiaiaaaiBfflB^^ife^fefesgi^ uti^ iTOit. PINNIY A CO.. Publl.hT.. FRIDAYr May 8, 1874. Growing Oahsfrom Seed*, r V How to do it, is thus '.told % Mr. Josiah Hoopes, a practical authority, in the New York Tribnne. All the species arc easily grown from the seed, provided we give them suffi- cient care. Acorns should be gathered as soon as ripe, which is determined by their hold on the trees. If readily shaken off, they must be collected at once, and placed in comparatively dry sand that is, with a vtty slight amount of moisture. They germinate easier than almost any of our native trees, and especially in some instances where I have noticed them sprouting while attached to the limb of the parent tree. When the lat- ter is the case they must be cautiously dried somewhat before placing in sand. It does not matter about the end of the young root being either shriveled or de- cayed, as the fibres will start out fresh from the base of the seed-leaves all right....

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 — 8 May 1874

D O O R C O U N T Y OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, JOSEPH COUGNON, County Treasurer. C A. MASSK, County Clerk. DAVID HOULE, Sheriff, R. M. WRIGHT. County Judge. D. A. REED, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of Circuit Court PETER ZENNERS, Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS, Su^rintendent of Schools. JAMES C. PINNEY, County Surveyor. B. G. HANNAH, Deputy County Surveyor. A. NOBLF, Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. DOOR Grange, N o . — , 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. 1. W. LiWltllCK 4 CO. TALK TO THE PFOPLUN THIS COLUMN. \"•' •'•*** \"\" • ' \" . .' \" \"\"V\"'. r-':''1 •• *~ • » » Mortgage Sale! Foreclosure by Advertisement. Whereas default has been made in the payment of four hundred dollars with interest from Feb. ao, 1870, at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum, which amount is claimed to be due at the date of this no- tice on a certain mortgage bearing date Feb. 30, 1...

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 — 8 May 1874

mi \" \" \" • • \" \" . i . t'.V^ : 'I' i int f »' '•\"• Arc bUckimith*, who grc making i livirigf I^fbrfliifr^ do a little countefc&tifij, ^|ny^ worse than men who «cflTfwi Ina itc'cf^for a li/-s ingf ' t-F* V\\-^ ):'-\"':-' 1-:ilu ^ ' ' \" T : \".!?.• ••H.= . * c •:•:•-..• ••—'•:* t--:..' i vft .-••..• ^\\ •.»• •!', The Chicago frikmi prints a poem in which the writer wishci that she had \"a heart full of sweet yearlingi.Mr How the per«ee«iiefaet!o^| to fumble4 among , S t t ^WtnpMtor's hair. ' .:.-'.-.' ,w ' Kansas judges are either very gener- ous or else they have little dignity. One pi\" th?mWk called \"Old Skillet- legs\" by a lawyer, and he only imposed a fine of seven shillings for the con- tempt of court. A very bad little boy in Dubuque rubbed cayenne pepper dust all over the back of his Jacket, and then did shamefully in school. The school ma'am thrashed hinl briskly, but dis- missed school immediately to run to the nearest drug store for eye-salve. The average ...

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 — 8 May 1874

* 'i*W, ||on*tWdbyv That' ihe\"effects of worry are more to be dreaded than those of simple hard work is evident from noting the classes of persons who suffer most from the ef- fects of mental overstrain. The case boo^ of thephysician shows that it is the speculator, the betting roan, the rail way manager, the great merchant, the superintendent of laTge manufacturing or commercial works, who most fre- quently exhibits the symtoms of cerebral exhaustion, Mental cares accompanied with suppressed emotion» occupations liable to great vicissitudes of fortune, and those which involve the bearing on the mind of a multiplicity of intricate details, eventually break down the lives of the strongest. In estimating what may be called the staying powers ot dif- ferent minds under hard work, it is al- ways necessary to take early training in- to account. A, young man cast suddenly into a position involving great care and responsibility, will break down in cir- cumstances in which, had he been gr...

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 — 8 May 1874

ififek^wiaiii'c^i^i'ie^^ i-'/O/tswie-fSM* \"KEEP TUE BIST, IT COSTS 30 MORE.* EGGS FOR HATCHING, fr«a% twelve* tarletit* of Fanoy Poultry. &T0C 2 FBO K THE BEST STEALS -\"»' : • in the——, T7n.ltoc3. fi»t£ttefi». -.Vjfeicf*• WITHIN THE kr./icii OF AIL- Send btamp for \"Hlmtrittfd and 'Descriptive Cirru/at.\" G.A.Cunningham, NEENAH, WIS. MO LINE S. C. Whcelock & Bros. PROPRIETORS. Eggs for Spring Trade: ~ faoo peril • jo ** '\"' aoo\"' u a 50 'V \" 300 \" \" 30a \" \" » o o \"• \" »5o *• » a 00 \" \" JOB \" *» I.jght Brnhim**, Warner's strain, l)»r1c rlrahaw, W. & Hemine* aVn. NVImc Cucfifn* Wirn?*. »*n, - - KontfnlXtHrkft, Wfcr'W*»st*ir. - - - II. B. R. Game Bantam*, Imported, Huff & J\\ Cochins, ller*tt'ue\\ *t'n. Itrowit Leghorns, i')unn'H«'11. - - HoutUin'stkM in State, Dunn's *t'n. • InldnnSeajbriRlit Rantanis, . - White JDnrcan*, Warner's tu'n. - Time Whit* (iu'meas for §f. Marked dark ltrahifui and fluff Cock* $3.00 roch. I t o lft«jke« with care...

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 — 15 May 1874

VOL. I. STURGEON BAY, MSCONSlN, MAY 15,187*. NO. 30. BUSINESS CARDS. O. K. IREUTKER Attorney and Counsellor •• I.i\\\\». Wtll attend to examining of titles and .•nnveyanoin*. Sells Foreign. Drafts and Passat* i ickets. Office, CeJar Street—Sturgeon Bay, Wis, «'.52ril F« LOV, Attorney and C^oonselor r No.. m Washington S:rr*r. Ore WillIattend CourttattSturrreon 13a v W : 7 tf at Law . ., , .••,.,III.I 1 VI I .-.ire . uree n Ray, Wis • atten d Cour a Sturgeo n Da y when desired. JOAKHES BROS., Dealers in Choke TEAS, Gro- ceries and Provisions,aao Washington St. Green i Bay, Wisconsin. j A large assortment of Native and Foreign Fruit* j in Cans and Glass. E. L. HALL. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Elgin Watches. Agent for Domestic Sewing Ma* chines and Diamond Spectacles. Gieen Ray Wis. HAFarL L * BUB38, Dealers In Hardware »nd m Machinery. Agents for the Champion •fewer and Reaper. Fort Howard, Wis. 19 ty FIRST NATIONAL BANS, of Green Bay, Wis. Oldest Bank in. the city. F.stahlisheJ tos...

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 — 15 May 1874

ofth« whole people, »bso|Me1y refardlem of all pjsrv • ih:?!' 'ytfm : dV v- r \"*' T'..--• -s •••..' •:- ?-:.f / . ' TKteM» ^t,oo |M:r inrtiim, rrictly In «dv*ricte ||*SSif pftldMn three moijtJr^ |f W w 4 in.tl|r«« mtonth» $1,50 will Be charced. , FRIDAY, May 10, 1874. Oar Bay. Hew wall, when thou in.peace art laid, I love to pull the springing oar, And, as I dtp its dripping blade, Stefast retreatthe leafy shore. How well to spread the bending sail, While wing* th^e wind upon the lea. And, at 1 catch the mimic gale* Fly with the wind, as fancy free. Or, when the wavevare running high. To launch upon thy •welling breast, And as the moments swiftly fly, Enjoy the ceaseless* swift unrest. How well to gaseupon the sky Reflected in thy waters clear, When in the still of neon they lie, Or when the starry fires appear. 'And then, perchance, when Luna sits . Resplendent in the heavenly blue, And through the air the firefly flits, Before the ever opening view. To ceme amidst the frie...

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 — 15 May 1874

C0Hit2r,iKxiE:xcE CorrevxKi leiK-c sail i'eJ from all parts ofthe Cjunty. Si id us nil [tsm* ofbc.il interest and ifyou do not have time to arran e them prop- erly, we will attend to tint, Make your com- munications compreliea^ivc but as brief as pos- t bl .*. - Waters for this colu.na mast, in all cases, com nuiiicate the.r real names, confidentially to the Editor. Ano..ynu communicatiens will not be pubLs!u\\i u.dess this rule is strictly cljserved. . Scriptures and Temperance. MR. EDITOR, will you please put the following along side of the temperance Scripture quotations you gave us last week? Yours Truly, S. According to these brethren who are in a state of violent fermentation on the question of Biblica) wine, psalm civ: 15, should read:—-\"Molasses and, water which maketh glad the heart of man/' And Judges ix: 13, should read^\"Squeez- ed huckleberries which cheereth God and man.\" And Jeremiah xxiij: \"I am 1 i ke a drunken man, and 1 i ke a man whom raspberry cordial hath ov...

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 — 15 May 1874

\" & • \" * * • *& mim Academy of Science, ri p«per on die ctimitic changes of : Iljinaii and their : :'c««^/:-w^ j|Wi^ l)jj^r? Amos Sawyer, of IlilUbpro. The writer starts out with the. is^umpjtion tfiat the p/esent. ciima^c oJjt|in9|^^«frJry er than the day,,#f the pioneers, an«|f after men- tioning the causes to which the increas- ing drought, is jpoipmpiily referred, the clearing of the .^pods, and the more widelytextenq^d^ltiva^ipnjofthe Iand. gave a^:a »tiH^ ^pr^pfomipcn^., cause, an aqueousjfagency, .the deepening of he .w%ter-courseiJipd jthe m,ore effect- ual drainage of tie land, resulting in longer seasons or dr/nesi and heavier showers than obtained before. Mcn: tion was made or theJncjrease in popu- lation and domci:ic animals. At the present time there,wece^ « Jejast 3,009.- 000 horses, .cattle and mujes^ and 5,. 000,000 hogs and, sheep, requiring 70,• opc^c^),g»Upp^of(w^ter every twen^y- four hours. Ponds and water-basins we^ejlry^upland,the eroding te...

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 — 15 May 1874

DOOR COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTOKY, • JOSEPH COUGNON, County Treasurer. C A. MASSE, County Clerks DAVID HOULE, Sheriff. R. M. WJUGHT. County Judge. D. A. RKED, District Attorney. CHWS DANIELS, Clerk of Circuit Court * PETER ZENNERS, Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of School*, JAMES C. PINNEY, County Surveyor. B. G. HANNAH, Deputy County Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch*n of Board of Supervisors. 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. REAL ESTATE. Transfers of Baal Estate recorded la the Begin. ter*R office, at.Stargeon Bay, daring the week ending Wednesday evening last. John Falk an$ wijj*. !«, A^ H.SI e wood. Warranty D e ^ Fractbl li 3, S. 6, T. 27, R. 26. Consideration, $160. James H. Lockhart and mfc to John,,?. Brigham, Contract. E. # SE. S. 1, T. 26, R. 25. Consideraiion, $Soo. J. E. Thorp and wife to,L. M. Marshall, Quit CU.:m Deed, NW. SE....

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 — 15 May 1874

?*!»fe^ - . 4MMMM|||HHMi ' «\"\"•'.?!?»? - ^ |FHlre^-:li\" Iwghtet vfo' Chicago be- «»*e ^jSt. Lottii* detccuye went thfcre aod had his pocket picked on a horse car. ^ A ^^«V« elder lii air ^I&giiih church' forbade the hatiiis of a certain young couple because ne had «'intended Han- nah for himself\".\"' ^ A woman in Indiana claims a divorce bn the ground that her husband's moth- er beats her, and her husband is afr aid to interfere. A Kentucky gentleman did'nt get mad until he Had eighty-one times. The the thi,ng \"riled\" him. monotony of Wis., o^am^d„$l^^da^agW,ii?r be- ing kisscon)yY raftrijaff cbhfetor the conductors in that region take ladies' tickets with a pair of tpngs. A ctBRK in a city ^bolk store, thinking to annoy a Quaker customer, who look- ed as though he were fresh from theTo country, handed him a volume, saying: \"Here is an excellent essay on the rear- ing of calves.0 **Thee had better present that to thy mother, you riffman',\" was the sponta- neous 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 — 15 May 1874

ThtOnnt of Drink. The appetite for strong drink in men has spoiled the life of more women— mined more hopes for them, scattered more fortunes for them, brought to :hem more sorrow, shame and hardship than any other evil that lives. The country numbejortens, nay, hundreds or thousands of wonieh who are widows to-day, and sit in hopeless weeds,, because their husbands have been slain bv strong drink. There are hundreds of thousands of homes scattered over the land in which women live lives of torture, going through the changes of suffering that lie between the extremes of fear and despair, because those whom they love, love winy better than they do the women they have sworn to love. There are women by thousands who dread to hear at the door the step that once filled them with pleasure, because that step has learned to reel under the influence of the seductive poison. There are women groaning with pain while, we write these words, from bruises and brutalities inflicted by hus- bands ma...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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