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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 June 1874

Thdf ^ t s dwp^^iriglnThe fertile ground CJMp «dier itx«8, like h^f^ whei^ver fouml, The* struggle with theatorm and stronger grow ? M e * ' J b # ^ •' . . : • Frttitafliafmigmt^pt atf atfehbrjtetb eat,5f • A» we^filgr^s halt epon^he rbad» Viv . : Xlicy bending stiuid beneath their Jwciouji load, Andlheirs^ Sound like a hymn ^Rfc undertone* or prayer. Often tome their graceful branches seem Like thebright ladderroundsin Jacob'n dreanu My fancy peoples them with angel* white, iiescending trom the starry stairs at night And «%*p»ig sbfUy where thepetals glow, Addingttreln bea^ t o t l ^ The un»wept dew-dropsh^yria^^avenljr g*a? l,ikc tears of pity ibr the human race.' ^^^^^P^^^^PP^^^^^Pi^^^^^^^Ss^^^^^^^ •?•Â«•• sss The following are the Ihsti-uctlons is- iued?% thV Commissioner? of public laiidfs. A circjfuj reading of these tri- •tructionswill5 give a vc^y cbrVeCt idea of* the objects and aims of the law, and of fhe beneSta to be derived from it. Seiiitbf'Hitchco^ is eh'. ld|e...

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 — 5 June 1874

JOSEPH CQLWNON, .Cbuiuy Treasurer. C. A, MASSE, County Clerk,,,•' DAVID IIouLi^Sheria: R. M. Wiuai^Buitty : : j^. 0 '^ D. A. R^ED, I^strlct Attorneys : CHRIS ftANin ri, Clerk cf Cireta Court PETER ZENJCEUS, 1 icaster of Deeds. CHRIS bi0i€ilSipdrin^S»t^f3cgb^^ JAMES C. PINXHY, Cauitfy Surveyor, B. G. HANNAH, Deputy County Surveyor, A. NOBLT, Clin of Hoard ^Supervisors, Jt*i o f JEXB D O O R Grange, N o . — , meets every FRIDAY ev*nin | iri| Goo d Teinplars' Hall, at 6-30. All persons having busi- ness with th e Grang e will govern rhern selves accordingly. Pe r Order* well- Office of County OleHc, ^ rt r DOQP County, Wisconsin, 9uneyl,1874v ) * ^ In pursuance of instructions from the%uilr^ | f i board of supervisors, I, shall ofter at public sale at my-.office in the county building, the lots comprising what is f ,known, as the \"County Square\" oii-ihlf 3 # | © d u o f July 1874 at n o'clock in the forenoon. Th e miiumtim prices at which these lots will be sold are as follow?. For...

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 — 5 June 1874

&ii$igig^^ ilijlll^^ ••••••-•• ••••\"••• ' • •••• - : \" •• -' '•••• ?*:*:'•: ^ *:Wi^i?!t3i!k' '••\"': :i ': W6 Biliken would prefer %ffi?i:l5' Our lie dont ••y•fai^-$^^^mr^i^^^Mf. recently «ked hii wife the dirTerence between hit head ind.a hqglhead, and ihe laid there •niwer. • *•' /\"••\": .'*past A Yankee down-cut newspaper says: \"Without intending to be pergonal, we feel bound to declare that if our post, maiter would reiign, many timid per- font would feel lifer about their money letters.\" A musican, George Sharp, had hit name on his door thus: \"G. Sharp.\" A wag of a painter, who knew some- thing of music, early one morning made the following undeniable and significant addition: \"ts A flat,\" Col. Sawyer says the Evening Wis* consin spreads fewer ideas over more apace than he had thought possible to be accomplished. Talk about watering railroad stock, their idears are so diluted that they fail to hang together. A Virgifii paper says that \"all guests at the Wbite |ij...

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 — 5 June 1874

JOYIAL NOTES. Aim high, but not so high at not, to be able to hit anything. Lies, like wasps, sting long after they seem to have been crushed and killed. Let a stranger enter Dubuque with a clean shirt on and they all think he's a clergyman come to. attend a funeral. The bitterest words ever uttered are said to have fallen from the lips of a man who mistook a persimmon for a green- gage plum. Charles Lamb, in speaking of one of his rides on horseback, remarked that \"all at once the horse stopped but I kept right on.\" A lady correspondent of a western journal thinks there ought to be a statute of limitation against the re-appearance of long-lost husbands. The prominent pious women of Bos- ton are described by Noah Perry as \"given to lankiness, slinkiness,' and an iron down-in-the.back expression.\" A New Orleans woman wears a bus. tie made of government bonds. Her husband looks over the report of the bond market in the evening paper, be- fore going home from his club, to see it he...

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 — 5 June 1874

from iwclre varletlofi of STOCK FBOtf THE BEST STEAINS X7zi.ltodJStfttois. - a - ! . ? Send stainpiar^ ^ .w G. A. CunninglLam, \"PfATM* T?t Wjftf*1 ChoiceBreeds JLJavftig spent many years In. the brewing and X X rearing of Fancy Fowls, aiiil having brought tliem to a Mgh standard, 1 can now * - rom as fine sto^U as can be found this side of tho Atlantic, My different STRAINSarcjpronounced many customers w ithhopes oTlKitter results than any previous year i i Dark Brahmas, 94.00 per do*. F.RO — - - 14 k J M ]« | «• W. Leghorns, • * Yoking Fo*Ufor sale after September lst.atreas- ouable rates. uffCpafeina, , 3 . 0 0 \"• arrgbObchlna, 4o O \" :3f fit! MOLINE \"8. C/Wheelofek & liros., PROPRIETORS: MUM bmr-ttrW.a'rtuT Egg8 for Spring Trade: . Equal to that of the BEST PIPE Our celebrated \"Vox Celeste/' \"Ttfi- HMMaf ^ ^Wilcox Patent',** C^ave Cbtfpler, the charming \"Cejlo^'' or. Clarionet All the late Improvements, r.g A .YCI3WM 3&n«eVl&iftll onlv in these Organs. \" . ...

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 — 12 June 1874

( M M M a M M M H * * ! •woH b** 1 • *butt«? •till to rxs re *, -nil ivl* i?lU m-ahyi't in.l»'n.vr'. -9.09 d^-.^coixftjt^ac fe e i K ^ S BKOS . Bealersi ChoiceTBASi&tfr J., _ » % » ,ceriesa4.i Bwviitbtf,ll§d Wisht^fo^&H^eVU ~~ V.i,i .'MJR—H^s'/'llo vTrrrrti- nM**H**Pw ItsBay, Wisconsin- ..,„.. ,£„•.».. ,, {,*^*i\"'41^••.,*'»•'i O &fttaUTXfR, A^rncy »ml jCautwelfkdw J, x A |arfeWoVtin«aVr6T.lWtive aha '.VarettflWt» conveyancing. Sells Forcitrh Draft* n.nf »iC«^cri.' ' , ' v,.. v M,:jroE::m'Tro. conveyancing . Sell s Forcitr h Draft s an d Passag e Tickets. Office Cedar Streej—Stj^teou Bay* W ^ ^ j '\"\"' . .j^.vi '*-iy!!!—Tirf-Tpi!r-•~*,-~ f-^litiCiXo-i. J r -,» i ll r. M^' Aunm-v ?ncl C-^wnsejhr »f t.s»w . Nf».ai-»Wit«Hi.SK«tff %{• ' 4jcr rWy, Wis. WiM *\"c\"du9tlf^i^i^Wr»eo^1)5iy *h«n-desired ' • M M - 'JJ.4 »U'itihASX. v T 7 I » ^ ' ^ T ^ \\ A of. Green JUy Wis., Oldc^IttiikW the 8HyV ? E&iMWhed 1 5 3. r Henry Strong, Pres't^M. D, PeakvCastf...

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 — 12 June 1874

$48,565 value^f rillage property. Kewaunee STCBOKOlVIIJlT^WIt* •ftli«w1u1«p«opft,*bM!uttl iwi |i'its if Mid^th thrWr?ot.th*. If noi p.W l» t h m KetrAun* Cottnty'4 H h am*, ?TW* THAT UNJUST STAT* ASSESSMENT. .'.'.' BLAME? , '7^ W H O B t o •,.K* The State Board of Equalirat {oil has com- pleted itstank and the figures are published. These figures show u» the remarkable fact that Door County is valued in the. aggregate at $845,485 whUe Kewaunee County is valued at $628,440. Kewaunee Counjv is valued at three-fourths an much as Door GMmty,, and will have to pay only threfcfourihj.^aa.jnuch of the State Tax. .*\" • * * ' Should we tell one of the .spirited denizens of Kewaunee County, that u H i 8 J c 0 u ^ with a population two to one, with 50,000 acres more of improved lands/and every acre good valua- ble farming land, against Door County lands, of which fully one-fourth'is hot tillable with its two villages of Kewaunee and Ahnapee, either of which has more personal property tha...

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 — 12 June 1874

C^rT^spOndracesQlidted from all parts ofthe Qourity.' S^duk afr items'.c^Tljml interest and ifjou do mjt have time to arrange them prop- erly, we will attend to that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. • ' i •,.•:. VTriters, for thisr column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. *,M,*,«s.Vi -. STURGEON Bay, WIS., May 24th 1874. t WRITTEN FOR THE EXPOSITOR.] MR. EDITOR,' will you permit a stranger to appropriate a little corner in your paper, in which tp express a thought or a Suggestion from time to time as they may occur to her, prin- cipally for the benefit of her sisters ? . I air. tr'iity rejoiced to learn that the ladies ofNevv York are at last moving in the right direction, and have organ, ized an %*anti corset bigb bcel tigbttoaist- and-trailskirl\"Society,'* and that many of the most influential ladies of* the city...

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 — 12 June 1874

wm® I^^^^^MM0i0. ^Fht tnea\\fpt\\it globulus, or A\\i$truU not less than 1,000,000 trees are plant- m tf nltWclry » front W nandsamc residences, you will find fa with its mag with them, Eacalyptu. forests ire plant ed in the country surrounding Oakland, ° 4nd, in, fact, in every wvnfy oBtJiis v%fef w^ere^tjic^cpjd^winter .wijL.permit it to live, the eucalyptus will be round growing. —TfcewomleifafpToperttet of this tree have only withihitr*e past* few years been discovered and appreciated. It is justly claimed that whenjhe: tree .flour- ishei in low, marshy, Mm If*«n*h, qV tnots all miasma ^'|M.i^ef^.irtJiMlf||f 9ys the malarial element in any atmosphere where it grows, and is a great absorfa- int of rrioisture, draining the subsoil ah most as thoroughly as a regular system of piping. A :} -•- ' r .- \" : - •? •.''•'} The Eucalyptus is an evergreen* and is found in its native county (Tasmania) in boundless forests, both on (the hill- side and in the lowlands, under extrem- es of...

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 — 12 June 1874

mm P%WfB^P«tK-Mfil 0|ti ^7 I that Scotland can supply all oar pastry i^mmmm&mSm-^%wmmmk am \\ cooks wit &&m^mmqvfo*m -*-i'i- — clot f'»««w^*v*»!W^^ JUST ISSUED!l»nfe»»'UJ«i.vuHTt ~AVI D HOULE, Sheriff i, no '., ^ o L ^ l ' j R. M. WRIGHT. Countvjudge. _ _ j ^kiosftA^^^mJor^hiult'X)art^ ^ CHRIS DANILLS, Superintendent of S c h o o l ' • J .•,: H L^.n ,i...,.., ...'.,•..,. ..'. I.J ,„ .1 » this article without* gjgatly ^fflthflBrKS offer tdsPtput e her niffv with the rnost JeH cattHof verrtat ^itf*# &»* JWiW*, ••'. «O «fr-tr\" .:r,r »d-j no ^ l m.r. ANCIJMHO^UtKe.tutkofa new Book, cgm-l piled especially tfe suitthe Wants ^or! l^mperattce! - It contains a large number of well- So osa &doTi'•''(Stofifce- 0 Ndi^ :rriee& fevery FRIDAY evening in Good Ternary Hall, at-fr^ yfflT/ftfiMfi busi- ness wrth the Grange will govern them- seiVes!ac^dr^iA^ly * -J *' pYr 0*&r. '•' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IS a {All advertiim)i^A!c£l^ertion must be • himded in by ...

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 — 12 June 1874

?te^0^^s^i^ii^^fiei^^g)^^^gii^iii^fj^'f u • our ••JchDW, trc the buycri MjWtoi:*f-ThittbouMfiddoIlirifr©in Harry's double »hottcd printing bill. W* wy it don't. It'i too cold. Midnight stroller* on the back street* •hould be very circumspect in their .-co^^i:'-::v^ - -^--** ,V'\"'-r.^^ ' The Clown lit Magner's eirctfi »ayi that he,prefer* j^. 'Summer *et\" «jous, \"backward spring. ' jfifijfrih/jrMJfi |j$£. my wife combed her hair on her head, now she combs it on the back oft chair. v The Milwaukee to//W editor has noie,irlPllSwWhe W&**mw*y •traijrWrj.~0/£*«2 Times. village are selling old topers by tellirg them to spe% *ifpwrde^'V backwards when done, they sing out, \"that's what's .thfW**iafeL'..-_ ...... ^ ' f ^ « s » ^ - # C V.\" ^feK-*. - -.- People who believe the current sto- ries abojutr ifitelligent dogs, will read with jilclisiire that sf lost dog in Norfolk, having seep his master,s advertisement in .a|j|^ :|a||^ |»f^ftptly|v*e|ij home. Stale, and even ranci...

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 — 12 June 1874

JOYIAL NOTES. If yoaf brain is on fire, blow it out, ««A stitch in time saves nine.\"—The first impression of a needle upon a rent obviateth a nine-fold introduction. \"'fjPis an f 11 wind that blow* nobody good**—--UhW gale is truly diseased which puffeth benefaction to nonentity. • . . i ' . An old lady with a large family, liv. ing near a river, was asked if she,, did not Hv£ in constant fear that some of her children would be drowned. **Qh, no,\" she replied \"we have only lost three or or four in that way.\" A French gentleman learning English to somi^i^fie, replied to the saluta- tions: \"ftf% 4j you do, monsieur?\" \"Do vat?\" u How do you find yourself}'' \"I never lose myself.\" \"How do you feel?\" \"Smooth, You just feel me.\" On a prair|e near Lafayettee, Ind., is a very small shanty with a very ex- tensive lightning rod on it. The pro prietor being asked if he was afraid of the lightning, r plied: \"Not a bit but it keeps those blamed lightning rod fel- lers from str...

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 — 12 June 1874

%^?SK^:%V^^^ \"^WW^T?, *W»P|^^ *^stifiit *i sa ? #g& y 'm^^^km- -W.J0 {^'S^lr:*SP^*3C ^ & : C.1 DARK BRAHMAS. \"KfcKP THE JJJ»1% IT COSTS NO 10UH.\" EG&S FOR HATCHING, from twrlre tartotfe* of «•. '$• '--'ti|' 'i v ^ , . . ^ . ^ . ! ^ 0) c o —:6d:~~ STOC K PEO M THE BEST 8TEAINS r* f:* i . lb* .. \"JuutlfQted and Dtscriptjvt Circular: G. A. Cunningliam, •::' ' ',:'• '•• NEKNAH, WIS. Choice Breeds *3 0. o c 1 I nnnm%pmmnjr year*Un thsbrqtdlng and rtsaHnK of Fintfy Fb*ls?'jtir having br6i%ht them to a high standard, 1 can now • rum tw fine *trt «««nh be found this aide of the Atlantic. My tliflerent STRAINS are pronounced h' \" ' ' J * ' \" \" tiff Dark B r a h m a s , 94*00 per.do*, Kg** Bwff Cochins, a o o \" »• \" Part'fce Cochlng, 4.00 W. Leghorns, 2.50 Young Fowls for sale after September m , n t reas- onable ratcst,, * * ' t t I t • ?*«• w&mjm Pontiac, Michigan. M 0 LINE S M N D £QMBJNATIO^ QJtGANS. Fitted with the Newly Invented Scribner's Patent Qualif...

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 — 19 June 1874

TXZ -iO« VOL.1. STORGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, JUNE 19,1874. • ' • • • \" — ' - ^ - : - - • • • • N - - ••••• • • • 35. BUSINESS CARDS. O•El.«w. . DBEUTZKIt. Attorney and Councilor «» Will attend toexamining of titles and i - nnveyanctn*. Sells Knreitjh Drafts and Passage ! 1 ickets. Office, Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay,' Wis. j JOANNEand S BEOS , Dealer! in Choke TEAS,Gro- ceries Proviitonsiaao Washington S|,^rf#n Bay, Wisconsin. *\\ . . . . ' - '.'.vW-•/ •/ A large assortment of^Native and Foreign rihiil** in Cans and Glass. '^ \" ^ J t^Iiril F. IJOV, Attorney -.uul C^v^el'^r at La.v» No. M? Washington Sfcrr. C-ecn 11ay. Wis. Will attend Court at Sturgeon Hay when desired. ipiRST :aTio A-. HAM:, nf c.reenBay, w«. ± Oldest Baiik.m the city. F.stahlishcd i «S Henry Strong, Pres't.—M.D. Peak, Cash'r. • Saving's PenartineptPayin'rJixprr ct. compound interest. Sell Passa.-c ' J ioktu to and from the Old Country also foreign drafts. 6 tf GHB,I8 TlANIELS, Insurance Aejent, rtpme,n$» sbmi...

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 — 19 June 1874

mmim • H Y M M _ ll^l*tJ : Wii. 0fth« whole abnoluuty «eard!«M of all »aiv fM| irpakJ in thrt*month*, months $^ will U cfnargtd*•• r not paid in thru sane ...... i I.I ' . ^ i l ' X i in j jin-jTi ^ , • n .i.. •.• • | . y • •'','• ,,. M ' i n m i . WHO IS TO BLAME ? The extreme stringency of money matters in thissection, isjthe subject of much comment, and provoking considerable complaint. The farm- ers, particularly those belonging to the grang- ers, W pretty ienerahy blaming our mer- chants and business men, claiming that the scarcity is because they cannot sell the products of their farmland forests for cash, and yet more than three-fourtha of all the farmers within five miles of Sturgeon Bay are to-day owing one or more of the merchants •here for goods, and many of these debts will never be 14in*-Jtentha of all the wood posts, etc., got out in this vicinity, is paid for before it is ever taken out of the woods so with the hay, pota- toes, wheat, butter, eggs, eta, which our ...

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 — 19 June 1874

CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence solicitedfrom all parts ofthe County. Send us all items oflocal interestand Hjou do not have time to arrange them.prop- erly, we will attend to that. Make your conw imirations comprehensive but as brief as pos- siWe. • Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. Another Letter from Paul Popnloton. Fish Greek, June 6, 1874. MR. EDITOR. Since you published my other communkarion, writtenon Sunday, and much inquiry has-been:e.licited con- cerning the Sturgeon Bay Girl, I hap- pened to mention. (In truth it Was not my intention to elicit any inquiry concerning her, and if she feels that her feelings are hurt, I humbly beg her pars don.) I thought that in the .absence of other means of grace, I would spend another Sunday in such spiritual im- provements- a* may be given by indicting another letter to you for your r...

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 — 19 June 1874

^^^^^^}^^^^^M^^^~'::-^:--^ Mif^(^IW0^i :tf) ii ,, IK mi'vii .. . i#Wpi^^MiMi lelttbn |Sw Been paid \"to tfic infloehce • ttiie|iSth wmiiWsm^'M^ temperature of countries in the -iimpcr* a ^ pie* nature of the subject, and the many facta Evolved m the proper* solution. of thislj^oWm^it iif oneH whiieb ^ to thif time* b*» Jidtlrealy sbeen^ iuHy oi£ derstood, or placed upW an intelligent baiis, even among the highest scientific jutljoritie!.'-' :..T,l'-r..,\"'t., .„ • :.':, . To-day we think we can show thaj }b%w%wtt''T€ritijhty'.WfJcanv *pote* to seve*nl striking facts which have a bear- ing upoi theac disputed points. , % • First- -Since the introduction of set? tiemeat and cultivation in 1859—*6o, it if 'pretty\" ge^e^iily idiiiibed tBiir/ the growth of grasses and weeds, ar& the periodica) rain^fali of the mouths of May* June, July, August and ,fSeptem* bjfs* in each yea/, has incrased in number and, amountj that the continued expan- sion of the-area* of cultivated ground and ...

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 — 19 June 1874

D O O R C O U N T Y O F F I C I A L DIRECTORY . JOSEPH COLIGNON, Couat / Treasurer. C. A. MASSE, County Cleric. DAVID H o u u Sheriff. R. M.-WRIGHT. County Judge.' ' D. A. R'VKI District Attorney. CHRIS DANIIXS, C!er! cf Circuit Court ttejister of Dee U. CHRIS DASIELS, Superintendent cf Schools. JAMES C. PINNKY, Ccunty Surveyor. B. G. 11ANNA:.:, Deputy County Surveyor. A. XoBl.r, CVncfl'ioanlofSupemsors. I* , of H. D O O R Grange, N o . — , meets every FRIDAY evening in Good Templars' Hall , at 6-30. All persons having busi- ness with the Grange will govern thema selves accordingly. Per Order . Prohibition in California. To advertise, in tnjr guise, is very wisej and he who boys, directly kics wherever lies the surest prize* He who defies this rule on guys, his busi- ness dies, nor can it rise to any size, un- til he plies his skill, and vies with others wise, who advertise. T h e prohibitionists in California are astonished and delighted, and their op - ponents astounded and disgus...

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 — 19 June 1874

^^^J^||*^*1,ii^i''J^i\"-,'-^*'-\"'Â¥*^-,f- TKe King who shook his \\*?nnd and all the tribes between the two oceans trembled. The ^ T ^ ^ f i ^ ^ j ^ ^ j j ^ ^ i ^ ^ j ^ ^ little-, honest v ^ ^ ^ u $ 3 $ | ^ ^ ./.Ward jfeetl^^ ago, and it is said that he has just missed it. ^ v.V^WJS^ say that the world owes him a living, dont leave any moveable articles lying around loose. Th e nervous gentleman who lost his head the other day, while addressing his constituents, is considered to be none :-tne worsefor^ his misifbrtune. AWisconsin woman who recently bnried her eighth husbmd has received •n offer of $500 to move into tome other state. She stands out for $1,000. Tw o horns will last an ox a lifetime,' but several men in this town require that many everfmothihg before break- fast. ,. ,/.•':• A. It is stated that a thirty horse engine was rendered useless, by twenty eight of them being taken down with the epizootic. » Out in the cold. Poor Harry, no officei no reputation for honesty, a...

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 — 19 June 1874

!tfnAlitifiji.a W h y do wome n talk less i n Febru- ary than in any other month ? ./• T h e Democrat at Maysville, Ky. t an« nounces the marriage of James Leggett, of Buckskull, t o Sally Drhikard, o f Buckshort. T h e Missisippi Legislature adjourned last Tuesday, in considerable hurry and confusion. T h e same evening there was an indignation meeting o f washer, women held on the steps o f th e State House. A man applied for a divorce at Bur. lington the other day because his better half had deserted him , saying that she didn't \"propos e t o leave York State t o go and live with a lot of d— d Vermont gun-chawers.\" Some of the large beer men set up in their windows a dreadfully severe car- ricature representing a cluster o f don- keys heads drinking water from a cis- tern, with the legend, \" O n l y such as we sign the pledge.\" It is the easiest thing in the woild to get rich if you only start right. An y man may become a millionare in less than thirty days if he saves one c...

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