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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 May 1874

MMta Improved- .&:\"#&•& *tm, —AND— • DARK BRAHMA*. \"KKKF THE BEST, IT COSTS NO MOBE.\" EGGS FOR HATCHING, from twelve varieties of • • — :00:—•-• STOO K FSOM THE BEST STRAINS -•:: . ^——In the—— TJxxitod States. —\"-PRtCl'S, WITHIN THE W?ACH OF AIX-— Send stamp for \"lllustraU'd and Descriptive Circular\" G. A. Cunningham, .,..,. tfKENAH, WIS. MOLSNE Poultry Ywds, 8. C. Wheelock & Bros., PROPRIETORS. 3 0. $2 OO •a. 5° 3x •t $o 3 0 1 3 00 •3 OO a 5i» a 00 J (TO per !,$ * * * * i» m »« t« . . i \" \" . t t »• i t Eggs for Spring Trade: Light Brahmas, Warner'* strain, - - Dark lVr*hm»»» VV. &H amines »t-n.— White Cochin* WaiiTa. M V - - - Kmtcrt Uncles Warh'H*t*ri. - - - - - U. I). R. Game BauiauiH, I innoned, - liuli & I'. Cochins, Heroine * si'n,* - lirown Leghorns, iHinn'ist'n. - - - JJondan's Hcsi in State Dunn's xt'n. - Golden Scabright Bnntunis, - - - -' White Dorciuis, Warner'* *l'n, - - Three Whit* Guineas for $5. Marked dark •Brahma and Huff...

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 — 22 May 1874

»!Jf*-- i^^, *'Ji. VOL.L STURGEON BAY,IVPSGONSIN, MAY 22, 1874. NO. 31 BUSINESS CARDS. O•R***W» . DRKFTZEK. Attorney and Co«n»elUlr m Will attend to examining of titles and conveyancing. Sells Foreign Drafts and Passage Ticket*. Office, Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ) V'*»«««*H F. T»OY„ Attorney and Cnjtti'sel^r at Law No. 11'7Washington S:rc*:t. Green Hay, Wis. Will attend Court at Sturgeon Bay when desired. i 7 tf JOANNES BEOS.. Dealer* in Choiee TEAS , Gro- ceries and Provisions,.i*o Washington St. Green Bay, Wisconsin. A large assortment of Native and Foreign Fruits in Cans and Glass. W• BAKNET MIX. X. D. Physician and Sur- geon, has located in Sturgeon Bay for the practice of his profession. Many years experience and devotioato the study and practice of medicine enables him to confidentially offer his services to the people of this vicinity. Office opposite to A. W. Lawrence & Co'*, store. 3» tf, FIRST IUTIONAMUXK, of Green Bav, Wis. Oldest Bank in the citv. Est...

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 — 22 May 1874

Plnney d3 Oo.j • %•*-. AM %$£ T&ftfciw1»W \" .TiRMs -$rM.p*r «i}ntim, »frictly. in *dv«nc« $i,»5 if{Mid Jo thr*c moruh» If not paid in threr months $1,50 will b« charged. , . FRIDAY, May 22, 1874. . --^SI^fM THE OAK. Marie yonder oak with mighty arm* »tretched high As if tlley would uplift the lowering »lcy,. Shaking a hundred hand* in every blast the .Ml- \\\\ macy with any great evil These temperance speach-makcrt, that have harrangued on an average, one hundred and twenty audiences d«ley.# tWs JBta|e/ during |ptrfatf Jhif^ months, are'sirftply so many wind-mills with At spirit* in their clpud car* riding pa«tj. With what magnificeht Titanic grace It look* th« boundless heavens in the face ' And nods its towering head toward the earth As if it had been crowned its king at birth. Of many a.guarded swell andknptted .limb It makes an organ chaunting Nature's hymn, ' And in her shrillest and her deepest chords Stngs with expressiveness too deep for words Of generatio...

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 — 22 May 1874

ORIGINAL POETRY. [WMTTEN FOR THE EXPOSITOR^ Wandering Thoughts. BT W. H. GIBSON. The winter has gone, with its frosts and its [snows. Spring winds are its requiem sighing We rejoice, with each musical breeze as it [blows. That Winter, stern tyrant, is dying. The Winter has gone, the spring has come ! And where snows so lately were sleeping From 'mid withered grass, and lifeless stalks. Sweet creatures of Earth are peeping. The song bird returned softly twitters each [note, And fills all the air with his singing How his song fills the heart, as we watch his , [lithe form, As his way, throughfthe grove he is winging. Sweet spring ! 'tis the time - when all nature * [seems glad. Everything is with happiness teeming Like the spring time of life, there is nothing [seems sad, While fond of the future we're dreaming. But the spring of our lives, like the spring of [the year Cannot last though its glories we cherish, Our happiest thoughts, like the flowers of May Neath the stern heat of sum...

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 May 1874

H^Biii fflmmm&M&> B^Mgi 'ViJ^'-Ult '!'- -,.T|e..pe^|^ fJr \"l1n^rc*fcntpd' - in senate jsnd assembly, : i-sfi»\"Ido^ihactWfbl low*: • '••'-\"'•\"•''•.\"''''••'' •'''': isiKKSecIlcrn-: f. The iibard of auperVis- jj,pr^theseveral**owns, and the aider. ' r mej*'j$f,any in^oi^qrated: cijty,: and the Board of trustees of aityrA incorporated * vilfajge Withini Ihi8\"8tat6 may, at any reg-J u!af orspecial' tiittfiin^ of the board, grant license to as many persona as they I may Jee proper to keep groceries, sa- loons, shops or places: pt any name what\" ever within the limits of their respec- ' fjve tdWhs • citiei or village?, for the sale of strong, spirituous, malt, ardent or intoxicating liquors to be drank on ... the premises in a quantity less than one gallon. The sum to be paid for such license by the person applying therefor, ' shall not be less than twenty.five or more than one hundred and fifty dollars, at the discretion of the board granting such license, and the l...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 22 May 1874

of actfdTryfffgyiHTy grjmnny lacwi \"tuff _ _ „ „_ ?n ^^Qg&PJt/ecigc sted in writing by the authorities designated in section I o o f this act, the husband, wife, parents, relations, guardians or persons having the care or custody o f such minor or,habitual drunkard, not to part with liquor or other intoxicating drinks to them, and who, notwithstand. ing such notice and request, or shall knowingly sell or give away intoxica- ting liquors, thereby causing the intox- ication o f such minor or drunkard, and shall be liable for all damages resulting therefrom. A married woman shall have the same right to bring suit and to control the same as a feme sole, and a 1 damages recovered by a minor under this act shall be paid either to such minor or to his or her parents, guardian or next friend, as the court shall direct, and all suits TOT damages may be by any appropriate action in any of the courts of this state, having com- petent, .jurisdiction.. ... .,„x Section 17. \"Any 'person1 fo...

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 May 1874

mm mature aliow# every §~0$^c^ii^)hiyy^h9v^^hem?^:pf :fail- ors heaving up anchors, winted to know i if it W*» sicknesi th*t mad^them do it. :%!:,A UdyMke4 a veteran which rtfte carried the maximum distance, The oM chap answered, ^'The jMhmie, mum.\" .-•::•.'.' J^. •.:',-• A watchmaker wants to Jcnow whether* if A man runs away from a scolding wife, his movements should not be called • lever escapement. \"Kind words are wonderful in their way,\" says an exchange, \"but so far as children go, a boot-jack exerts a more powerful influence.\" A stranger who threw a ten-dollar bill Jitftb? the contribution-box of a Savannah church got trusted for five hundred dollars' worth of goods next day on the strength of it. A hard-money Congressmen conden- sed his speech by holding a ten-dollar greenback in one hand and a ten-dollar gold piece in the other, and asking, \"Which will you have V* We find the following item in an Illinois paper : \"Mr. , who has been in retirement for a few weeks af...

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 May 1874

IMEW&SC Culture of Beans. Probably no one crop can be cultiva- ted to better advantage in Door County than Beans. They always command a ready sale at good prices. A fair return for the outlay is more sure than from any other crop that is cultivated while it is less exhaustive of the soil, and less liable to destruction by unruly hogs and cattle. We submit the following extract from the Country Gentleman for the consider- ation of our farmers: The-first requisite for a bean crop is thorough preparation of the ground. Beans cannot be successfully raised among clods pr weeds. The ground should be mtdevvcry mellow by repeat- ed rolling and harrowing. My own plan has then' to run light furrows about twenty inches apart, and follow in these with a com drill, planting the beans three or four inches apart in the row. (The brush must be taken out of the drill-box, and the orifice where the brush is fastened must be cut or filed out in order to plant them.) This will require between three...

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 May 1874

TTnJLteca. dt£tto». -PRKJKS WITHIN THK' RfcACTI OP AU.- . Send stamp for * '//lustra ted and Descriptive Circular. ' \"•'': '' \"' NHENAH, \\VTS. MO LINE Poiitey \"yards, 8. C. WItcelock & Bros., PROPRIETORS. a 50 3 00 9 50 300 3«» a 00 » 5° 9 00 • 00 EggsforSpring Trade: Ught Brahma*, Warner a atrnln, - - Sa 00 per 13 Dark Brnhmus, W. A Her»tine» at'n. White Cochin* Warn'*, it'n, - - Rouen Diickn, Warn'snt*n. - - - H. B. R. Game Bantams, Imported, Huff A P. Cochin*. Heminet st*n. Mrown Leghorns, Dunn'* «t1n. - - Houdan's Best in State, DunnV st'n. Golden Seabright ttantams, - - - Whit* Dorcans, Warner's st'n. - Three Whit* Guineas for $5. Marked dark Hr«hmt\\ and Huft'Co:ks $3.00 each. Egg* packed with caro, and orders made good when lens than one third hatch. 18.4m Choice Breeds OF F O U L TUT\". Having sr*nt many years in the breeding and . rearing of Fancy Fowls, and having brought them to a high standard, 1 can now GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS. Fitted with the Newly I...

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 May 1874

*W»T*f«« •'\" I ' 'VfyM J b T ~'V.'i »i u i ^vA»^-«m«W»ateOty *««^^»^'^.»Vw™^ VOL I. trr » STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, MAY 29, 1ST* . NO. 32. BU81*ESS CARDS JOANNES BRO^.. Deafen i»fi*4ice TEAS GtO- r n . 4 B rj n t t € - r . „„„• „!.«»» - t i J ccriesand Provision*,.i»o Washington St. Green ! t LtA DOgS ate getting plenty again j «SSMK O•RLaw. DBKl*TJEER, Attorney arid Counselor « Will attend to examining of title* and • nnveyancin*! Sells Foreign Drafts and Passage Tickpt«.,Office, Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Bay, Wisconsin. A large assortment jof Native and Foreign. Fruits in Can* n'-i Gtas*. • »\"/-5\"2m F. LOY, Attorney *nd Counselor at Law \\F-Pi' V^ Washington Street.? Green Bay, W». Wtll attend Court at Sturgeon Bay when desired. ' 7 ^ ': '. \", . V\"' |7TttST TlTIQNAL BASK, of Green Bay, Wis. j A Oldest Bank in the city. Established tS«S. Heury Strong, Pres't.—M.D. Peak, CashV. Saving's Department Paying Six per ct. compound I interest. Sell Passa...

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 May 1874

M »«V\" *l .ISfc&tff*:*f ••*-• ••!Uv i^nos nir, wi*. tie* iupolitic*»nd«ec«*|nre!?3«bh, V i '..,' .*• •' ft.j5 ifp.-iKl in (»irec mrinih^. If not paid in three ll#illi?Pft • THAT STEAL. \" ^ ?V It did not take the committee more than fen minutes to rind that what the Kxi'usiTOR bad charged regarding the embezzling of - county vfuruls by the editor of the Advocate, Was^truc, It is probaNe that there wai an intention tu withold the amount of this embezzlement, *ith*interest lYohv Mr. rthrii^'Vift for' $rint- \"ingv if the bill, were allowed !hut when this Ml! was found jo replete with illegal charges that it became necessary to take more time to • act upon it titan wrjuld be given al this meeting, furth* actionon'thisrimtrervrasdeferred un- til final action upon the till •.'. Itls quite prob- able that af^er the hill in corrected, and ijlcgal charges thrown but, then*1 'wilt in: nearly or quite enough*remaining to pay this ctnbczsde- tnent, with interest. 'The Original amou...

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 May 1874

^S^KMHHi ^ ^ ^ c f e t e ' \" : -iti^in ^M^/^^^*«t^i-«TOl\" iManu 3H T ANEW c LEE BOOK DAVID HOULK, Sheriff. . R. M. vfm^&wmtffr&x PETER ZEXXKRS, Re-Istcr cf Ieeds 3 ^. $of e VJr*rWrjte^^OTO^^f^eyWRj J rcKWOTsery-! v IWi.B * VW» l fi« n.»| ow n experimenta !•Â« do not favor tjie planing o f it extensive* Db'bft^Orartg** f l N&— , nie&s eVery FRIDAY evening in Good Templars1 Hall, # 0 * £ ^ f p r J t y t o t t J ^ g busi- ness with the Grange will govern them selvesabdotdin'gly^ \" * }/:J] f e r O r d e r . free Growin cv ly in Kansas. A c o r r c s Bfigd|ni jaf i^t|e Americin • Rural H o m t 5 ^ 1 ^ e * l a l ^ l W n o v e d pear : a tree,\" and^Norway Spruees, 15* Jfct. high, in the month of September, by the dozen, and n ^]piWl»e.yiJa does not, however, advllr M ^ e K r l l public to transplant exceptwheii the trees are fri a dor.mam condition, v. ,* ..-,.,»• *£*\"••' V-'wd «l«p'-!Xj 5t h bn* i-» ,1 w : scs, etc,. Wiethe* with,* choice «okiteVijptt of\...

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 May 1874

m? mammammmammmmsBmsssmm liiKiPiliPlisi M'^^^m^i^M minimum of an skei& Itrt^tSlcd with thciteat«r cithfcert^Sufoi ciWOefng lu^nS c oth^r bigl|t. * Wertii'ttheir tiilj Burnt •lidt * inquired the verdant youth. Wichoui^ any.^e|iJMewtloirf^ilt can •afely be isid / ,tj»e |eiiial^^cfru«ader thst they toil not, neither do they spin, yet Solorrwn in all hii glory was. not a raid like unto :hem. - • * A Western Justice of the, Peace is ••id to have had 130 Out of his 135 decisions reversed on appeal, fn the other five cases the parties died before they cound appeal. Impertinent , dandy (a stranger).— **May I have the honor to accompany you miss?'' Cool young lady.-^Certainly but keep behind, in your proper place, (discharged my last footman for imper- tinence \" VMi: jij-Hj •!•• * i 1 Af Down Easter believes there is nothing like advertising. He lost his « f W » ) . » f t f # r » snd^aext |n|orn. ing went down into his owu cellar and found it on the floor. ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TALK ...

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 May 1874

MMMi Correspondence. &£eite<l''frot 4l! jiArts ofthe County. Send us all items oflj&l intere^taiidf if.you do not have time to arrange them pW& jattend to that, ' Mak« your ipom- to the Editor „An^.*.y,:iquss communications will not he published ualcss. this rule -is strictly observed. Letter from Fish Creek. m •.»'. -,l'Wff&W'Kilhrlt. !,,' matt .Gi^itOfti fellow creatureWnmdmi tivei -of iny selfish consideration sonal interest, tor* mih jtb heg^.BwHwii iiolding King' tor high/ fou*f lor low sSiif8fi!!tofi6,o^a^^aHtlyott^hattd» a ten sportor game* to, ^th(ij[g^ the chance of catching the dealer's Jacob *t tJwf first Swihg. ?-»n w?r^#r)-nr£i Uhfortiinitel.v I did-... not see4 \"yo.u, 1 bttl erly, we willjatt e munications comprehensive but as brief as pbs- ' ' sible. . '.''.,. . . .-,• :/. '. . \" •.'.' Writersfor this ^plumnittiist^maU casw, -, . . ,-- » - — communicate their r ^ met a ypung laaVo*oyni by the &&ft/ to the Editor., Awr:* nou^ eom...

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 May 1874

r'^^^^^\"\" ••••• •'.••.-••\".'.-.-1--W.-J.-.-••v --:-'-' A«S!S5SS^*3*Bi*v'''i' '•''•'\"-.\"..•.. -.-'. . M M : :#^&&t^ . j& - *1ttr3pb thf 'theory bf the sweet sap • . rv:^:*t|eJ |tajg|t'' tifcpfoi *W:tfiis^ number j ^ 0 i ^ | i ^ # | ^ i f l *fromri liel&re de- iiverel by JProfc J#. Si Clark, preiident of the Massachusetts Agricultural Cpj- lege, before the State Board or ag- riculture in December hut* .Prol\", Clark's ideas are particularly va)uablc, as they are the deductions of a series of carefully conducted experiments, made at the college. He says: Numerous hypotheses have been ad- vanced to account for the circulation or sap through the operation of some merely chemical or physical forces, but their very multiplicity exposes their unsatisfactory cbaiacter, Malpighi was of the opinion that the contraction and expansion of air jn the ducts under the influence of heat and cold pumped up the sap, but this could not be with, out valves to obstruct its reflex act...

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 May 1874

mm blossoms will likely enough expand on account of the situation selected. I f we give it a £&ithern exposure, the blossom s wil l likel y enoug h expan d be- Trost is lasting of the prospective crop. A specimen in * n e i g h ^ r ^ i j u i f c m p n planted o n the north sftrc TifineTrduse. and where it caruo&ly e$joy a little »sunshine late has' ^ e x p ^ g f | $ | f |gt|gnd to orer Mrs. M. A. Schuyler, jfJFl** 'J*** returned from the east with a larf* and n well M|«H«4 svock of cue»sunsnw e lac e at, trie'root wage a war qf extermination Against the curculio : and gather apricots almost as fine as do theJjfprmQ^hQj!*^ Lake city:^m^mm$f llffe i\" \"MA^^J^l^wJr l r^r^Rfe. , , An essay read by W ^ i n g c o i i vQi|jb|rt, of Bath, Me., before jl^^tati^i Pomological Society, is |i n pamphlet. It is matter of history |ha t Maine was once successful ^ i t h - w h a t bur author calls \" t h e hardy, fragrant ajid salubrious apple '* suciccsa^is Will isut*'^n new soils, an...

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 May 1874

3BT.3IHAV:T2. Ml JRB JEN* «3 \"KBIT THKBEgT, IT COSTOW*a*lV litl^ Yfi icy Poultry. M. Wsft | -in th •Xofll« —PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL * w'«iVv*'* 4 . t*3Kffl(kSUBvp*01* •••:•• '• J:••'•'-• '* '•• ••Â» v& NEENAH, WIS. ^. U wifBp tt tt tt tt Eggs for 8prlng Trade: , Light Brahmaa, Warner a strain, - - $100 per 1 ^ ' l)ark Brahma*, W.& Her»tine»st'n. - 350 \" \" White Cochin* Warn'». at'n, - - ^ a o b ButntT1? elghiifiTHcritin«*i• •TnT - 300 Brown LeRhorni*, DunnVit'n. - - - 300 Houdan'i Hem in State, Dunn'i it'n. - a 50 '• \" Golden Seabright Bantam*, - - - - * 00 \" \" White I^oraan»,vWarne»Y M'IW * - a-xx^y- \" three Whit^£umeasfor*$$. s Marked ilark Drahma and Huff Cocks $3.00 each... • Eggs packed' With care, and orders mads good when less than one third hatch. iS-dm •VLffi 1 *n r% n t\\ f „l . rs« *»»*u t» $%** fe. ^.iqic4Breecls byk»s n-v|-J«f^:f-?-*' M{r\\t}-'-'mv Havinghigh spentjnafty yeam^lri the breeding ihd ... r**?»'\\* ofi*»njyPowi«,*r»d...

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 — 5 June 1874

VOL. I. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, JUNE 5, ISU. NO. 83. BUSINESS CARDS. Oa E. IinElTTZEn, Attorney and Counsellor a* | L^w. Will attend to examining of titles and ! • rnveyancin~ SeHs Fnreti Drafts and Passage Tickets. Office, Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay, Wis. --—vf • | J0AXXEand S BROS.. Dealers in Choice T E A S , Gro- ceries Provisions,.iio Washington St. Green Bay, Wisconsin. A large nssortment^of Native and Foreign Fruits in Cans and Glass. J t.-?'iui*jT,.F. TJP , Attorney v.nd Cot«nseI^r at l.av No. 117 Washington S-Tet. Green P.ay, Wts^. Will attend Court at Stur-eon Hay when desired. 17 tf FIRST. SATI0: A?4 !J*X::, of tircen Buy, Wis. Oldest Bank in the city. Kstablished iJ53. Henry Strong, Pres't.-—M. D . Peak, CashV. Saving's Department Paying Sir per ct. compound interest. Sell Passage Tickets to and from the Old Country also foreign drafts. 6 tf \"VTEVILTiE * TttJHJT, Att«-ney* and Counselors, . X^l over National Hank of Commerce, Green Bay, i Wis. ._..—.. J. C. N E V I L ...

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 — 5 June 1874

.•.• W« stm to iMlvoe«t« th« higli«*t and W t interat* aClht whole people. «b(iol«t«!y repardleu of »!I par. ,lfci lBpo!Uic»»nd»«ct* to religion. . Twji«i5^if»,tMirmnum utrictly Jn advance Pi.«S if paid in three month*. If not paid in three month* t1,50will he charged, FRIDAY, June O, 1874. A Blue Cross Made over the head of this article, indicates that our books show your subscription is not paid. We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are very much in need ofsome mon- ey, at this time, and to ask you to send us the $1.50 if possible by return Q( mail, one sub- scription is but a small amount but several hundred of them will amount to a sum that will be of great help to us. Can we get in what is now due on subscription, it will relieve our present needs. Will you be so kind as to help us with the least possible delay ? The Source of Corruption. The exposures of fraud, peculation and ra- |M\\city in office, which the people of this coun- try are now conte...

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 — 5 June 1874

W - ' • ' - - ^ H . x- v i.^ .i4.. n y V ' • • • . • Correspondence solicited from all parts of the County. Send us all items of locdt interest And Hjou do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we wfr^ ta that Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real n x:nes, confidentially to the Editor. Anjy. JUS communications will not be publ^lust unb^ this rule is strictly observed. Our Chicago Letter. At last an expansion of currency cir- culation, is being authorized 'which the President cannot veto. The sun shines and warms. The annual awakening has begun, and we feel that the winter is gone. The ponderous steamers are in motion—the straits are open and the white-winged water.crafts arrive and depart by couples, dozens and scores The labor of the year's day the years morning, has begun. God grant that it be prosperous and abundant in return. . . ( The markets open promisingly. If any of your fa...

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