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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 21 November 1873

ifesskff\" if&i?'<?'$ »ftv'»r \". llll : VOL.1. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER « i§T3 . -»4- NO,s. BUSINESS CARDS. FIBST NATIONAL RANK, of Green Bay,, Wis. Successor to Bank of Green Bay, Established ,i8«-V '•.•'•••'.' * • ' • ' . * Henry Strong, Pres't.—M. D. Peak, Cash'r. Saving's Department Paying Six per ct. compound interest. Sell Passage 1 icketstoand from the Old Country also foreign drafts. \"~~\" 6t f • • . . • • • \" • t NEftLLE A TttACY, Attorneys and Counselors, Over National Bank of Commerce, Green Bay, wu. • • ' . • • J . C. NEVILLE . (S tO. J. J . TKACY. O BLO B. GRAVES, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Washington Street, Green Bay, Wis. 5tf HASTINGS,HastingsE& GREEN 4 TI$OA(E successors to Ellis, Greene, Attorneys and Counselors, corner Pine and Adams Streets, over P. O., Green Ba^,Wis. S. D: HASTINGS. jKM G E O . D. GREENE , G. J . TIS - DALE. ' . 5tf Da A. UEE! Attorney at Law. District Attoi- ney for Door County. ' Sales- and purchases of Rea...

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 — 21 November 1873

m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m wMm$M WMM fe«s mmm IfS^-: i t*' ! & \" • / &v-V'. NUvV M& i 1811? THJR Beecher-Bowen-Tilton scandal lb again •tinkling in the nostrils of the Brooklynltea. Tilton hM been summoned to Appear before a eommittee of Plymouth ohurch and tell what he knows about the matter,'but refuses on the ground that he is not a member of thai church. .... A number of New York finna have failed, including Lloyd, Hamiltion & Co. J..F. AW. H. Daley 0. Mattman, Sohmld A Co. and Hoyt, Bpregne f Co. The Utter are the agents of the Rhode Island Spraguos, the extensive manufacturers, and their suspension is one of the gloomiest features of the panio, $8,000,000 of their acceptances being afloat in New York alone. The failure is also announced ojf Mor- gan, Young, Altomus A Co., one of the heav- iest Philadelphia dry goods houses. The re- port* front the Eastern manufacturing dis- tricts do not lighten up the general situation. From every quarter comes the news of reduction ...

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 — 21 November 1873

i t is a startling truth that the le of Great Britain and Ireland, numbering more than 31,000,000 of whites, of the proud and self-willed Anglo-Saxon rape, are landless tenants, tilling the soil by permission, upon the payment of onerous rent. They own mot an acre of the land of their birth and of the country of their ancestors. What is true of the farms is true of the lots in the citiea. The hereditary lords claim the proprietorship of \"every lot under every man's dwelling or place of business in every city and village in the 41 Three Kingdoms,\" and exact semi-an- nual' rate therefor with the punctuality of the seasons. The few exceptions to the rule only make it the more astonish- ing. Here is this mighty city of Lon- don, the capital of the British Empire, numbering more than 600,000 families, -each requiring a domioile, and contain- ing certainly 600,000 buildings, but •• every oue of them standing on leased ground, and every fam- ily occupying them paying rent to the heredita...

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 — 21 November 1873

m%0 BBmm PpS^r?' STCBtiEOlf BAT, WIS. , W« aim to advocate the highest and b*«t interest* Wthe #holfr people, abiolutely, regardleM of ail ptuv tiw in poHttei1 and setts in religion. TMM»^~TWO dollar* per annum. FRIDAY, November 21, 187a DOOR COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County Treasurer, JOSEPH COL1GNON, STURGEON BAY. Clerk of the, Board of Supervisors.. ' C. A. MASSE,STURGEON BAY. Register of Deeds, v PETER ZENNERS, STURGEON BAY District Attorney D. A. REED, STURGEON BAY. Cleric of the Circuit Court CHRIS DANIELS, STURGEON BAY Sheriff, • DAVID HOULE, STURGEON BAY County Surveyors, JAS. C. PINNEY, STURGEON BAY. B. G. HANNAN, DEPUTY. Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, A. NOBLE, FISH CREEK. County Judge, ., _ ^ L - M , WRIGHT, STURGEON BAY. Superintendent of Schools CHRIS DANIELS, STURGEON BAY. Clubs for the Expositor. Literal Offer! The people have now had time to see THE EXPOSITOR, and judge of its value. We shall spare no eflort to make it of sterling practical value and to im...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 21 November 1873

*f'^-J- \"'y:^m^wM-MllfeS^^^ ?#&, -Tke CIOM and the Care. ^ %fce ^preijure of the hard timet to which we Referred in our first is«ue is pinching tighter and tighter. Alj can .realize that a paralysis has fallen upon the business interests, of the country, we all hear and realize that throughout the country, manufacturing establish- snents are closing by the hundred and unemployed menand women are swarm- by'' the thousand ready for the alms- house. The West is being .flooded by the influx from the Eastern manufactu* sing towns. Thousands are everywhere clamoring for employment* and why is all this? Why must the manufacturer, worth his millions, call upon the mil- lionaire banker and ask for a loan to pay his operatives, and be turned away empty? There is as much money in the country to-day as there ever was, better'crops and more foundation for real prosperity, money is rapidly in- creasing, gold is being imported as free- ly as |ver while its exportation is almost entirely susp...

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 — 21 November 1873

$m S!?!^?? fBafei^&eu^ T' ': Should 'srtUi f«e lurod dtopenw. I *t«j?pod within. -'.Waked with * ityi»|rf»dny 4be TButted »p«c«, -.' Andthrilled my very »oul with love for Hlra . Who w*«i the them« of «uch melodious toner Of•ouatli h«TOoaloaBt--whloh »Te, alone, Entitled Id tiMn»i« mu^lopure,~ : Act on ^«flnfer»«nM8 of th« mind, \\, And elev«t« the «ovil liwffftbly. My:fce*rt \"tea* fatiy open to receive Thetidlug»gl»dwuichHoof Nawroth Did bring—whan, loI the legate of the Lord, Howling hiB icrWd, with Bvvift. porcujffllve fist, Smot* onthe rounded velvet of bin desk, ' And Mid thattti»nwflB totally depraved And, furthermore, hefievfcrdid norcould Do aught to pldftMitheLord he could not help Himself and, if hecalled not on hia God In Mich peculiar way an pleased Him well, He could obtain no fiver from On High. And thus he made the road to Xleaveu above Ho dlfncvUt to tread that even he Who hi than fool more wtoe, tuuaterr. therein. Such singular confusio...

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 — 21 November 1873

Â¥&%ii agawJgv: BATHBONB*S Fearless and Acorn cook, Briflimt b»fte-bamer ana Acorn heating stoves »re the climax of 30 years* experience.—[Corcu T H K H O p S t t H O b D PANACKA, ^ . . . v / 1 ' ',•,-•:• ..-.• A»l '••,. VAMML.Y lilNIMEKT , .'..,. f a the beet remody in the world for the following Mmplainta, vis.: Cramps in tho Limbs and Stom- ach, -$£tA In the Stomach, Bowels ox Side, Rheu- matism in all its fount, Billons Colic, Neuralgia, Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Flesh Wounds, Burns, Bore Throat, Spinal Complaints, Sprains and Bruises, Chills and Fever. For Internal and Bx- ternal use. Its operation is not only to relieve the patient, 'butentirely removes the cense of the complaint. It penetrates and pervades the whole system, re- storing healthy action to all its paÂ¥ts, and quick- ening the blood. THE HOUSEHOLD PANACEA IS PUEBL*? VBG- etable and Ali healing. Prepared by „ CUBTIS & BROWN, No. » 1 5 Fulton Street, New York. For sale by all Druggsts. T H I R T Y Y E...

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 — 21 November 1873

Wm& /•^\\$to& in the ^tim|%fi^^rwt^ y%ka in this section /l»w Bctn tending !h ^ c i h e r direction, *«idrtHMiVliaye feen^ouing their money vtiit& trinifcrerry lafr3«^ • Some hive in tve$t? in Hm Vtcitury of Berlin, ^otherj 'wear New London, and a large number * fyiaVe secare# 1tfn4 %n Pu nett county. , jjfear the htu*d Wfcttr of the St. Croix •'-•.! Riverain*that' Wrimty, therfr is a large 4tract of maran, fcdtered by small streams 'which form the St. Croix, and herc^ a number of Olhkosh capha'isrs have purcbased sot&t 5,000 acres, ne?r y all of which »5 peculiarly adapted tf the growttoof the cranberry, which is indigenous of the soil. All the reqni- •ite»-*-n1*ck with sandy surnoi, an abut, dant supply ot water, etc ,—are 'to. be had here in just the right proportion. .'••^Jftcftrr con panics from this city a re'now Operating these marshes, and atpresent «are engaged in harvesting t!/c crop The first company owns ji)rty three '•forties,''or 1,720 acre's'near...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 28 November 1873

^^^^^^^^R r We^SaiSSt^^ rare»autlta*fced *o attalitony name to x Hen^ StrongvPres't.-iM.D. Peak, Ca«h'r. .••.,.•,.. :,---^ SavingYDepartmetot Paying: Six per ct.' componnd interest. * Sell Pafcsajte3^fcVet* to and fr.0m the Ol Country: also foreign drafuu * 6tf •:. ,„•,- .„.. „,„ '-...'n.^—- ,„' ' : _,,\" *.iV •'„ ••'•-.• ,'-.:,. ..ifflii . \" J-M• .-•'..'... • •-.. | ' \"^WTrkyitLB * TRACY, Attorneys and Counselors!, •&$ owrJtfaUfcnai Batijk of Commerce, Green Bay, i J.*C. NaviLtt^•'• : .\"',••• (s*f) ^ ^ J K J TRACV. . BLO B, 0RIVES, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Washington Street, Green Bay* Wis* git HASTINGS,HastingsS&4 GREEK TIS1ULE, successors to. Ellis, )ireene Attorneys and Counselors, corner Pine .and Adams Streets, over P. O., Green Bay, Wis. S. D. HASTINGS. J*., GEO. D . GREENS, G. J . Tts- UALB. 5tf statement publishe^-s^--.t d las week, si by A. Nofel and 'ft, J | Schuyler,: d##p ing the giving the it^l^idi^'Ilt^d-in How does this continue to sound, old Re*//...

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 — 28 November 1873

«B*v il:- ' • ^ ' $ • / • ' ' - - . : . - llfe S£5*gt.'i-. .V:.'- ,-' llliil THiware to NwYoA 48,000 p ^eltor. 6oB»ysth6HewYorkJ7 raW....Th0 cr»ditor« of A. 4 W. r^r»gtie hat* »c»pt« /3if^:|j^^ extension, •,' _ aod th« affalrt of the ImmenBO corporation | art now in the handa of thre^troatee*..'.. Onter, the Stokea Juror -who, while the owe Was pending, made a practice of rambling about the city nigbti in the care of a Deputy- Sheriff, visiting dram-shops and talking pretty freely about the case, hae been sentenced to thirty days' imprisonment and to pay a fine of $860.,. .Laura Keene, the famousaotress, died InNew York, last week, at an advanced age..•• : A man named Wade was hung for murder at Williamsport, Pa., on Friday, the ft|h Inst. The telegraph thus records how the wicked wretch met hie deaths The rope being too long, hie feet •truck iquarely on the ground. In this poflltion he remained, shouting, \" Oh Lord, have morcy.\" The rope came off hi» nock, and hie body...

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 — 28 November 1873

?.s? I? ? -' W*'MS ^ Tift Pi f:^: :i*^5^^r3^^^^^1i^!^^^f^^^^«^^*'. , r^i^ w A GMcago correspondent sends the following: ^t a Recent trial before JTustioe Dougherty, tt was thought im- portant by the counsel to determine the length of time certain \" two quarters of beef, two hogs and one sheep\"remained' in an express wagon in front of plain- tiff's store before they were taken away by the defendant. The witness was a -German whose knowledge of English was very limited, but he testified in a very plain, straightforward way to have earned it out and put into the aforesaid wagon. ' ' Then the following ensued : Counsel—\" State to the jury howlong it was after you took the meat from the store ami put it into the wagon before it was taken away*\" ' • Witness—Now I cunnot tell dat. I •dinks 'bout twelve feet I not say nearer AS dat/' Counsel—\" You don't understand me. How long was it from the time the meat left the store, and was put in thewagon, before it was taken away by Hie defend...

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 — 28 November 1873

^•:^i0^S^mj^:Mm SC'S V : FRIDAY, Novembar S8t 187a OFFICIAL MBECTOBY. County Trtasurer, -• •.: JOSEPH f ^IJKON STtJRGEOK BAY. CUrk ofth« Hn«rd Of Suptrvt«ora CM MAHSE, STURGEON BAY R*fi*tef of Deed*, ••'••^ -^v ' ': PETER ZKNNERS, STURGEON BAY Diatrict Attorney V VV •. -v-i—- D. A. RfcKD, STURGEON BAY. Cltrkof the Hf-cuit ourt CHR! 1J) \\ N I E t i, STURGEON BAY Sharlff, /••'•^•-\"'-v- *• • \\' DAV4D HOULB, STUROEON BAY County Hurvtyonir J AS. C,J»JNXEY, STURGEON BAY. 0. O. MAN^AW DEPUTY. Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, A. NOBLE, FISH CREEK. County Judge, /•'-•• R.M. WRIGHT, BTtJRGBON BAY. Superintendam of Schools CHRIS DANIELS* bTURGEON BAY. Clubg for the Expositor. The people have now bad time t o see T HE Exposrron, wid judjst of it* value. We »hair •pare no eflort to make it of sterling practical value and to improve it from week, to week and in order to increase Ua circulation we nuke the following liberal otters--^ We have quite a number of copies of a work entitled...

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 — 28 November 1873

IaerMMofSalAriw. The raited i|pi$fcj^ ]sat now, raised, next term CoTrei&nretv' $660 $200 v $800 ^-Gler^,:, : ' . - 896, ago : • 1000 •' :• ' District Attorney 300 aoo 500 ClerkCircuitCourt 150 150 300 Why the board should raise the sal*, aries of the county officers 4 0 per ct. in the aggregate, at this time, is beyond our comprehension. Wages of common laborers, mechanics and all professional men are falling from 25 to 50 per cent, And still our county officers must -have an increase of pay of 40 per cent. Per- haps some member of the board was looking forward to the election of him- self or some of his friends to some .of the offices, and consequently wanted an increase o f pay. * If such is the case, we would suggest that the thing most nec- essary to his election, is to keep the people ignorant of that fact. The ex-a cuse that competent men to fill the offi- ces cannot be secured at the salaries now paid is no reason for thus increasing them, because the present incumbents,...

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 — 28 November 1873

\"•i-/\": -'--•^-—-\"•^^iirii^iHKii^''*^^'^^\"-i,fc:'j^'-^ : j e=*ji ---•=----••T •- • ttt|rii«|«u tliftdu»t into gold? How we pleysdhlde aad •Â«!£ la e«oh crwiuy and Andw«BMMj*tt»»*fpftchof,*hogfcbe»dof rje. - ' And tbeiiWBk*ptptore, and noldUrley and oats, Andiitr»wforoar«UterttObr*tdlntob«tfl, ' AndflMttorour »ottwr»to»pln? ' Then we pl«y»dir» were blddici, and ciwjkledftiid ••' \":- ^crowed :^.. '. ••: •',\":. .-''' ' TUl grandmother, in haste, csme to see If tue woweU were killing the old speckled ben, Or\\YU»t«v«,th«ra*tteriuigUtbo How she pitted our beta* when she ssw her ini*' .'•-'-\" tpl^y •'.. And calloduiher sweat ?'cniokens dear \" While a'iw dimmed her eye» at tit* picture•\"••*&»•• • ' ' '.' catted .,^:'7T\\ . . vvv* •-,. . ^ „ The scene* of her vatiished yeafs. How wo teetered And swung, and played meetin' • andaehWoV ^ '\"' \" And Indian, aoldler and b*or While up ou the rafters the swallow* kept house, Or galled throughthe aoftmuumer air...

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 — 28 November 1873

# «j&r^iisiliie^ bUlty, Btck Beadaehe, BUiaus Attaokt and all 4er»»ur«n»e»t«ofLtY«»,»4om»cli*ndBoweli. Ask your Druggist fbrlt. Amt^tffmitotton*. ToMajutita*.—Iw^ortimt droular to errOusnesB, Lots of «BatiATiHO )ong atti and others on «ervdnSnv«o , emory. Decltaa, etc Prescriptions and advice tree. Address Dr, B. Hilton,Cincinnati, Ohio. mm SOT YOftE. BREVES—Natives... .....,£•Â«, Toxane ....... v *\"• ••\" HOGS—Dressed . •.-...*/. A .•* i . ^ VJ!T# COTTOK—Middling Upland....., 18$@ pLdua-^npe-flne\"We^tWQ,.... 5 85 @ 5 40 WHEATS-NO. 2 Milwaukee... .*. v. 1 83 ® 1 86 CORN—Mixed WeBttra..U...... 58 @ 60 OATS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - , 45 © 48 BYE—Western..'. . \\.......:... 85 @ 88 POHK—Mesa...... i...,».*.... .15 00 § ., L A B D . . 7 @ 7f CHICAGO. BKEVES—ChoiceNatives 5 35 © 5 40 Good to Prime Steers. 4 25 © 5 25 Cows and Heifers..... 2 00 @ 2 76 Medium to Fair 3 76(6)4 50 Inferior to Common... 1 75 ® '2 25 • Stocksteers........... 2 50 @ 3 50 Bom—L...

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 — 28 November 1873

$^*iife^ **S«....,,.^...„ kindncii in ciring tor 10 good an anim«l. Wfty^ a good cow it one of the Jamilyv almost. Everybody should have a kind woi^ lor ii^«8hfe should be looked up to i*^h r«»^ecti If the re J» anything aVinty m the food line lor such animals, she should have it. If a good bgquami ty of the rich lacteal fluid is wanted, she should be regaled rwice a day with some nice warm slop of brun and corn meal. You can no more :e much mi.Ic from dry food, than you can get bto6d from a lurtiip. We want everyaody to have plenty of milk, and we want cows to .have warm shelter and plenty of food to furnish it. themwntori _e round plateau of hard and polished of the block had been planed and pol- ished so as to look exactly like marble. By merely seeing this strange product of modern science it waa impossible to imagine of what it was composed. 11 was mistaken for an ordinary itlab of : marble^iw ?/:• :-:, '^~. ^i[... .. •? T h e average weight of a quart of milk when strain...

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 December 1873

** ?^Wavfe-a #:•*•? IPS 1 ^ STURGEili B08INES8 CARDS. ' $ $ • IRST*ATI05ALBA5K, ©fJree»Bay W&. lest Bank in the city. .Established 1858. ^pS^iy^Stroog, Fres't.~M. D. Pteak,'Ca*hY ' ... Saving's Department Paying Six per ct. compound IgtottWt. Sell Passage Tickets to and from the OM Country also foreign drafts. . 6tf STILUS A TRACT, Attorney* and Counselors, •over National Bank of Commerce, Green Bay, J.aN*VI|.lJU .,S-tf...f.*-:rj|i Jr.^BACY. O HM B. GRATES, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Washington Street, Green Bay, Wis. $tf HASTINGSHatting GREENE A TISDALE, successors to EH is, & Greene, Attorneys and Counselors, corner Pine and Adam* Streets, over -P. O., Green Bay, Wis. ' S. D. HASTINGS. J « » , G B O . 0» G*KBNE, G. j . SIS* DAUt. • • • . • . . . • • •' tf D A. BEEft. Attorney at Law. District Attoi- • ney for Door Cojlnty. Sales andv purchases* Of Real Estate negotiated tot non-residents* Alls business entrusted to me: will receive prompt atten-' tion. Sturgeon Ba...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 December 1873

iflli STUMGSi Â¥l!IM Y Jt CO., «»ubll»h«r». »^»^iii^jifp m»mtM withdrawal of Bishop Cummius, of Kentuoky, from the Episcopal church. Bishop Cum- mins is the diocesan Who attained some prom- mauee during the recent session of thoEvan- geUeal Alliance ty participating in tho sacra- went at a Presbyterian church....Tho war Btea»sr,X»fi*a» »atlea on thei 15th hist., with eealedorders, for CubanwaterR. Other vessels will follow immediately. —Tho engineer of the Spanish oorvetto Tor- nado, which chased the Virginius to her doom, In an American named Maekebee. —Intelligence that appears to be roliable comes from Havana that the Virgiutfflr was captured on the high Seas, about twenty miles from Jamaica. —Hatters in the navy-yards are more lively than at any time since the close of the war. At the Philadelphia yards 700 men are at work at the monitors Ajax and Quinnobaug. At Brooklyn the Colorado and Minnesota are be- ing got ready for sea with all po sib'e haste. At Charlestown ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 December 1873

«mi^&xiii<mBMii)!i mmm tire of t^JtoDwa paA pacific CJoiastaSb- tion Company. \\^'- ^ V \" ^ v ? ' r ' • }: A : \"tjie^i^ ft 18. generally conceded that Speaker Blaine will b^ jrereliBoftdl THE Value of ore taken from the Lit- tle Cottonwood district, XTtah, last month, was over $1,000,000. 3 . * THE most powerful pair of pumping engines in the world are in 'process of jonBtructio in Pittsburgh, and,will be used to raise water into a reservoir there, which is 3G5 feet high. THE United States Commissioners to inquire into the cause of steam boiler explosions, who met in New York on Saturday, will meet in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Nov. 18, and experiment. IN England postal telegraph cards with space for twenty words are now is- sued at the cost of one shilling each. They are intended for inland messages only, and are delivered free within one mile from the terminal station. A NEVADA paper says : \"The many friends of Bill Thompson will regret to hear that he was hashed up by ...

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 — 5 December 1873

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