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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 June 1874

^filiftSi i^j||$i^ ffc JUT-'J* t'i^* t.''yiTfa^T f y * ^ *^^^y^m???t '\"Pl^g'-^ff!I DARK BRAHMAS. \"KEEP THE BUST, IT COSTS NO MORK.\" EGGS FOR HATCHING, from twclro varictlflN of Fancy Poultry. —:oo:— STOCK FBOK TBS BEST STRAINS ——in the-— TTxxltodfl»tAte». ~*PRICK WITHIN THE KEACH OF ALL—- Send atamp for \"Illustrated and Descriptive Circular.\" . G. A. Cunningham, NEENAH, WIS. ChoiceBreeds FO T I L T H ? . Having spent many yearn in the breeding and rearing of Fancy Fowls, and having brought them to a high standard, 1 can now u it from an fine »to:k an can be found this side of the Atlantic, My different STRAINS are pronounced by good judges to be the fluent ever seen in this country, and this season can furnish Eggs to my many customers with hopes of better results than any previous year. Dark Brahma*, $4.00 per do*. Kggs BufTCochlna, 3.00 \" \" \" Part*geOoohlnt, 4.00 \" W. Leghorn*, 2.50 \" Young Fowl* for sale after September ist, at reus- onable rates. MYRON T. NORTH, w&a...

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 — 26 June 1874

~W*H»!toS&Z W.'SI, VOL.I. STURGEON B S 6 1874 ~ KG. 86, BUSINESS CARDS. JOANNESd BROS., Dealers in Choi«e TEASvdro- ccriesan Provisions,.iao Washington St.,Green Bay, Wisconsin. A large assortment of,Native and Foreign Fruits in Cans and Glass. O•K, PBEVTZEU, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. WilUattend to examining of titles and onveyanetnT. Sell* Foreich Drafts and Passage j \". . _ _ _ _ -- ' ' '' ' ' ' ' .--' Tickets.Office, Cedar Street—Sturgeon Bay. Wis, * ~~~\"~ '~~\" - ' - ^ ! O H M S JUK1ELS, Insurance A«ent, represeiits — »••• '\"..• - _ _ _ „ „-i V-* some of the most sound and reliable companies. , . :*,*!I F . L o r , Attorney. ?nd Cnm,s*W at Lav i APP»ca\"°nM°licitedI and policies promptly proctir- J No. 1,7 Wa^hlnRt'on Street. Green Hay, Wis. e d * burgeon Bay, Wu.. , it f Will attend Court at Sturgeon Bay .when desired. 17 tf F.TRST ! \\TIO:i A I, IIAXK, of Green DAV, Wis. Oldest Bank in the city. F.stahlUhed xl5i. Henry Strong, Pres't.—M.D. Peak, Caih'r. Sav...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 June 1874

lid In thrte wonih». If notpaw (n thrN uwiMti 3S5S 33E ^ FHIDAY, June 26, r874, {/Vww /Ar Jytttwaukiejeiiirm T ^ Isfusow ICUdlt Xi&t 5 J f - We have noticed in nearly all papers in the interest of the farmers' movement of the \"^Pitrotta of Industry,° a disposition to con- demn middle-men.. A* we think middle-men are indispeniible in all civilized communities, we must protest against the ostracism of thin important class of workers. . Fourier, although a theorist, never went so far as to comdemn middle-men. On the con- trary, he seemed to consider them the key- stone of the whole commercial structure, He deprecated drily their super-abundance. He discriminated between the necessary and the imneccssarr—between the honest wdrker and the commercial dead-beat. He stated that ev- ery laborer carries three loafers on his back. Yet at the same time he wtu careful to state that the middle man ii% necessity as much as the producer or the consumer, since products are never consumed wher...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 June 1874

COKR^KPOXDENCE. Correspondence SJIL-LOCI from all parts of the County. Send us all items ©fiscal interest and ifyou do not have time to arrange them prop, erly, we will attend t J that, Make your coin, munications compr^ieuaive but as brief as pos- s b U . \" • - . ' . Writers for this o'.umvmust, in all cases, comnunicate their reel nnnes, confidentially to the Ed't.ir. An J y n u communications will not be published u.»!o .* tliis rule is strictly observed. I ested friends, and all were so expressive of their interest in my welfare that their solicitude seemed to know no bounds,. For instance, an intimate friend remarked : ••Â« Paul, come out of that hat, I want to see you. I see you.r an expert in looking for extra eyes. 1 liked to have forgotton that E. S. Miner, who used to regard the Mikado MUwatikw MinnfMtTipi^ Iater«8U. The manufacturing interest of Mil. of Sturgeon Bay, ««my canal,'* Wash- \\ waukee are in many respects very su- ington, Sawyer and post-office fame as p...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 June 1874

^ essary tor the development or the \\. .., '•.:. \"/•:,..• . •'•.:•... plants. A recent report presented to the These tree, plantings have covered Central Society of Agriculture of France w J t n a beautiful vegetation the rocks recommend the award of a gold medal f anc* hill-sides formerly so desolate. The to Mr Julev Mqin, President of the c , t y °f Chaumot and the Baron Fraville Tribunal of Commerce of Upper ^av^e ' n t n c 5J»me manner embellished Marne, for the replanting of forest - I tnc •' e o u n i r y- M. Mion. found strong trees upon his estate, Val Barisien. This I 0 PP O S H , o n ln n i s o w a tenant-farmer, on tract, of 296 acres, is traversed bv t n e • which account he took the cultivation little river Suize, with a channel about ! m t 0 n ' s 0WIX hands, replacing sheep a mile long from south to north. T h e ! vvilh milch cows. He reduced the area valley is very straight, and bordered in ! u n d e r cultivation to about 165 acres, the south and west by rapid d...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 June 1874

DOOH^OUHTY OFFICIAL Dii^rrrcitr. JOSEPH COUGNON, Count/ Treasurer. C. A. MASSE, County CLrk. DAVID II OULI SherlT. R. M. WRIGHT. County Jitf.je. D. A. Rvtn, District Attorney. CHRIS I)AXII:LS, i'lerlv of c: cu t Court. I H tjAiU.vND,. Rejisierif Dee.U, CilKis D A M : LS, SurK'rattcndent of Schools. J AMi:s C. rtNXKV, Cu-ity Surveyor. B. (J. IIANNA-V, I Vrutiy County Surveyor. A, Xotti. •, Ci'n . f !'oar. t f SupenvsJr . * I * . O f D O O R Grange*, N o . — t meets every ! FRIDAV evening in G j o d Templars' i Hall, at 6-30. All persons having busi- I ness with the Grange will govern thenia J seives accord ngly. Per Order . | STATE NOTES. l Crops throughout the state are looking well.! * • • . i 'Vh: crusaders of Ahnapee report progress. ! Milwaukee n w claims a population if ioS,- I (JOO. Ahnapee shipped seven hundred bushels of wheat south a short time ago. The Governor lias appointed K. S. Ryan chief justice in place of D.xon re.-.igued. The Ahnape'epers are still dipped in the la...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 June 1874

i v j ^ j ^ i ^ is *oiie^tlif^re monuments of vin- dictive juiticc.\" When a man i* out of money he dont show hii money, but when he is out of * temper he shows all his temper. The Ahnapee Record blurts put inde cent!? about the pamphlet complied •ltd distributed by the Railroad com- missioners. A mother advised her daughter to oil her hair, and fainted flat away when that damsel replied : \"Oh, no, ma it spoils the gentlemenV vests/' *«I live by my pen/'pompously said a poet who wished to impress a younjr lady. ^Vou look as though you lived in one/' she muttered. . . . • We hear from Washington that Ready Money Jones repudiates Gen. Grant as a poker player. He says Grant can't p ay poker worth u conti- nental. The Senior will be needed to make a speech about \"my Canal\" again this year for a 4th of July oration. He has not repeated it more than sixteen times, and the people certainly Jesire to hear it again. A Detroit paper says \"Chicago r*ay talk about the homely, women of Detr...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 June 1874

imfmmm»i j» r . .I.UI K *g$ ^ ^ | i n i a M debating - c l u b ^ n o w struggling w i t h i h c question, \" W h i e b e%it* t h e m o s t ^ickcns-~mimster s o r o w l s ?\"' A bit o f orange peel bet a good I o w a ujcacoo flat o n hi s back w h i l e passing jhc contribution b o x . Orang e peel is very popular there n o w . Fifteen years ag o a Washingto n gentleman scratched his name on a gold dollar and sent it o n its travels. H e has never seen i t since. \" W h o was the meekest man ?\" asked a Sunday-school teacher. « , M o $ c s \" ••Ver y well . W h o was th e meekest w o m a n ! ' \" N e v e r wa s any *' ProfutidbsimUS:•:.-. has discovered that the reason w h y the j e w s will no t eat pork is becatrj^ their Scriptures contain the malediction, ^Curse d be H a m . \" Says a p u n s t e r r - ^ L a s t year I sa w a warch spf^ng^a rppe walk, a horse fly, and even i b e l b i g j trees leave. 1 even saw a plank^walki, *nd «*•' third Avenu e I a i k rurf ^ u t ^ e p t ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 June 1874

iiiiilit • •' •^^an^.iamiinrti^'i^wWiiiii liim-m •JiW'»ii-fl iiniiirtfe'----'Yliiirr---\"r-r~T^^-''i**^- *:«i*i*i^$w^* ^ F&aoy Poultry, —:oo — ,( STOC K rSOMTHl BIST BTEAINS Send stamp for \\ltluvttated and Descriptive Circular\" G. A. Cunningham, NEENAH, WIS. ChoiceBreeds OF themn aving: spent maoy year* In the breading and of Fancy Fowl», and tttvinfthrouirht t • high «*ndard, I car r-^mai e e t o ca n now ^ « * J ^ t ^ k U» can bfrfewnd t^Jm 'iW- of the Atlantic. vMydifferentSTRAINS rfr* ^Yohbuiu-ed by good judge* to be the finest ov*r neon in tlm C0JWM&vlJMl t ^ M j « » ^ c t ^ \" ' # » h Egg* to,my i « | n f ) ^ K r * * W t j h v$&ei w fiiW«r re«ult^tii«n •^18»1rkWr*nmas,\"litfuio Wdo*. Kg.* BufTCoohlhs* 3.00 \" • « * * W. C©ghorri», 2.6 \" \" \" Young IWl s for «ule after'September tst.at tc i*~ onable rates, 50 Dollars ! I FARMERS, MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, MOLINE GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS. Fitted with the Newly Invented Scribner's Patent Qualifying T...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 3 July 1874

. - . • , , * - \\ i . . , . . ' • ' •. , . « ? T- V - .'} -k. , . : ' : • : ^•^^^W^iV&SWtf^ ^ VCiLL STURGEON BAY,jyiSGQNSIN, JULY, 3,1874. BUSmeS S CARDS. \" T w l DO*lARS AND COSTS,»» ••iffniiiii.ii-ii'ni : n n • '• ••' •••• ' Marriek, by H. Schyler, at the rest- Highest market price paid for Tan-Bark I j 1 W H' WKAD- 2 ! I s * M ^ ™ \" s V ^ S f i ^ ^ ^ r ^ ! THE catc h offishall along the Ba } b , U c , u b t 0 b a t ' brother . tpember j Gtaht to Miss. PlKfte ?inncy, iH oV .i i-..- .u^. is-t.-j-^l:v c-A over tome little disDute between th*m £,„,.„.„„ D.... W• BARNKY MIX. IfcD. Physician ami Sur-* geon. hAS located Sturgeon for!the , practice^f o his profession^inMan^yearBay . y s experience { \" ---.--© -- r . —ry / and^devotion to the «udy and practice of medicine | shore is so abundant tha t fishermen find enables hint to confidentially offer his services to * *'\"\\ • ihe people of jthis vicinity. Office opposite to A. W. Lawrence & Go's, store. 3« tf B• G. ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 3 July 1874

_,....^,f|||.v ,v.,: iti.. ^ .ffcsim toady II lit pcoplc ' • « : . - * & . . , *ht#i^»wli|b«chftrg«d =$?**« .£'*? 'twMx^W i'to'i&tyfy! »men *of to^lay w the Wactlon from the lb public morality which the cfqminant party has made fashionable in all the National, State, County and Municipal governments where it has the the ascendency. The r^ign^f jobbery and corruption is without a precedent in the history of this country. The republican party of to-day is in the eyes of pure patriots demor- alized, and this demoralization is aggravated by the unprecedented recklessness with which those in power seem to aim only for -vastly ex- panded opportunities for the corrupt aggrand- izement of themselves, and of their personal friends at public expense. Mercenary politi- cians everywhere trade upon the patriotism of the people. !t was during the relgrt of this pWiy Otat the £re&it Mobilier frauds Were pro- jeeted and consumatcd that the back-salary grab had its inception. The...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 3 July 1874

CORRESPONDENCE. Hi.\\.t.MP$!'\\rl1MXlFI fife largerjhan'a|J ^C: Si$tcr.Isl«^ .t^eti^gpbllowed, Look oyer your exchanges, { ^ f o r e - * ^ see the result. AndiIt - ^ • - - ^ T '•.v,!-1 -'\"\"\"••t f ^ ^ , w , ^: y ?»*«,/ ^V1u»^^*vy*^M||u| «*.. ^uuor, ana se e tn e result . An d t peas out of blossom and pods \\£elit Orrespoirienttsolto s e e m s that President Grant the r a ™ed, and will hate *reen oeas bv ountv. Send lis all items of local interest and / . A . •Â» & . - J o ' :. ^ _ I I _ - J .«»*-*»** ,-:-i ..... • ' rh*_.»*» « f 1..1J.. *#:. ^._».**: County. Send lis all item s of local interest and ifjou do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we will attend to that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. Writers for this. column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor* Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. STURGEON BAY, June 24, '74. M 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 — 3 July 1874

WmmmMm PIUMKY A GO.. Publlfthl ssssssssssss • *v |li^e#^ciri|^^ W r7 ^hdi^«»-i\\iil^liiin^greatest h,jtt^j|^^f^ iK^: d istrfbutioti v?:of the pji^^^f^^4nf^}iiri it must have «trti^^l)*cr^!rs tKat the trees arc all :p«y)jiHcl|i/fpHei|t Here we see a piece of wbo4 in which the tree* might be one hundred years olc), there anotJicrperhaps fifty and again young ones of fromten, twenty, and so on. They are, however, gencrallir of one age and though there are some younger trees of various ages scattered through, the great bulk of the forest starts from the seed in the same season together. It is remarkable that of the immense amount of seeds annually produced by forest trees how few of them grow. Jn the forests we find, as a rule, few seed, lings j and, though the boundaries of a piece of woodland may not be under cultivation, so as to destroy any vegetat- ing seeds, the forests are seldom enlarg- ed in any gradual way. In the woods about Philadelphia the American white oak is not part...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 3 July 1874

JOYM* «aim Jjj#Jg*jj*gJ m aitlili.: Mr i • liriiiinniiniir'niriliiiiiifnii aif-\" T^'-ff' jl'^yii.-f* T gggggMiiii T h e latest thing in hats—heads. An inventive genius in Ohio proposes to furnish horses with false teeth, so *as to conceal their age. j T h e last Paris suicide chopped his head off and then went and hid it in order not to be reconized. \"What kind o f Passages is them?\" queried an old lady of the young man of literature and peanuts,- as he passed through the train selling bananas. Th e San Franc'ico1\" sea captain wh o sold the ship's Bible for thirteen plugs or tobacco, is spoken of very severely by the religious press o f that-city. A fortune-teller has predicted that Mark Twain will die this year—but he is only going to start a paper, which is pretty close for a fortune-teller. Among the candidates for admission to West Point is one named Sauermilch, frojn Pennsylvania. Should he graduate he may do for frontier service, but can never represent the cream of the a...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 3 July 1874

# ! • $ . _ .....„.., *^^K\"?^^r ,| ^^:^|^. R|^:^tr|ctAttorney . • . . -j • . \\ ::A^ *foBM% £ h of Botmi of J ^ r w s o r s . M-!:M -^k^iS^^S^SSSt!^ DOOR Grange, N o . ^ meets every fRilAV '^verimg jp Good Teroplars* ffalj^ at S-30V All persons hjiv|tifi b»8i tiess with the Grange will govern thema •elves accordingly? Per Order. • • • • • • ^ • • • • • • • • • • • • M i i M M M M M a M M a B a a M n n M The BcecHer scandal troubles are being again renewed. Mr. Tilton says be tfiJPiiisj ^peH^theikctsah^ longer. A church floor in Syracuse, N. Y., gave way during a festival last week, precipitating••. about &00 persons on the rldor below amid a mass or* tailing tinv hers. Thirteen were killed outright and upwards of 100 were wounded, THE expenses of the White House for four jrearsund^r Lincoln wesc $93,- 533000, Four years under Grant, §291/754- 9?? '•••/-'. -,,'.'• •\". ' Average per year under Lincoln, $23,- 383,00^ Average per year under Grant, $65.^ 438,00* ^ A writer in th...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 3 July 1874

£ :? ^*™ Jts^K-s(*w?e^?^i^Sjss|$fS' HITS HER E AN D ELSEWHERE . ' General Bumside waats to be cre- mated. Hi s name is what makes him feel so.. Under the bead of industrial items Chicago records the fact that it has sixty fortune teller*. T h e editor o f the Ahnapce Record has an almighty big pair of shears.— Milwaukee Wews. Men, women and children in St. Louis go in swimming together. They go to the police station together^ also. W e have a man in our town, a-clever man, well adapted to plant out for a bean-pole. N o resident of Kasson, Minn., has ever lost a dollar by fire. Ergo, Kasson ha* never had a fire, or no resident has ever had a dcllar to lose. A fatal epidemic prevails among the chickens in some parts of Minnesota. Re«ult—the ministers of that state are in daily receipt of donations. Fred don't like the state of Maine men. When he hears a young man talk about hunting •Â« wums \" for fishing he murmers: \" Go d forgive him, he was born in Maine.\" Why is it that youn...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 3 July 1874

STOCK FBOM THE BEST STRAINS .. ..% the-* TJixltoci States PIUCKS witi-iiN riik RFAC'II C^ AIT™- Kend stump for \"JltwitrtitedtWii Descriptive Circular ' G/A/Cunningliam, ' • . .- ••-NEENAH, WIS. Choice Breeds • OF Having spent-many years~In the breading and rearing of Fancy Fowls, and having brought them to u hjgh standard, 1 «nn now rom »« fine sto~k a» can be found this side of the Atlantic. My different STRAINS are pronounced by good judg*» to be the flntMt «vor ««l»n in this country, and this season can furnish ERRS to my many ctwtomera with hopes of hotter results than any prevtouu year. DarkBrahmas, $4.00 perdoz BufTCochins, 3.00 * * '* Parrge Cochins, 4*00 \" •' W. Leghorn*, 2.0O u \" Voting Fowls for sale after September tst, at reas- onable rates. MYRONT, NORTH, w&m3m Pontiac, Michigan. MOLINE Fo\\aIteey Tards. S. C. Wheelock & Bros., PROPRIETORS. KgSs« « n tf 50 Dollars ! ! FARMERS, MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, AND Eggs for Spring Trade: GRAND1 .COM BINATION ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 10 July 1874

vk BUSINESS CARDS. W'..-. BAHNKYMIX, M. | Physician and Sur- ceonV'haS located irt Sturgeon Bay for the practice qf his profession. Many years experience and devotion to the study and practice bf medicine enables him to confidentially^ offer his, services to the people of this vicinity. O/fice opposiic to A. W. Lawrence & CoV. store. 31 tf Two weeks from next Tuesclty ifc^* county board meets. B• H. HAN5A.N* Deputy Coijn y urveyor, at- tends promptly to all calls in his line, and guarantees satisfaction, also , Insurance Agent represents the Madison Mutual, the only reliable Mutual Insurance Company in the west. Applica- tions and surveys made out for policies at any time. 33 t f ^ I• B. SCOTT, Jeweler and Watch maker, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., opposite the Cedar Street House. Dealer in Swiss and American WfttchQ8 Clocks, Jewelry and gold Pens. Watches and Jew- elry repaired and satisfaction guarantied. Watch n:pairing a speciality. 34 ^ JOHN, OAKLAND, Reat Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 10 July 1874

tfSil Ilsl$l$®i1i?^^ ^^ .ftj - S^ A.'!i'':^ViV-.,-':'^ ^^'i-''i:'\" '^Vi^'S'Syft^i,', mm H i pfiis iwa 4^who!«pa»«K*ba#irtfff •••?istt cha*# *i », Tlie Carrency and Cdntraotlon. T h W winnow but verydUtledpuot tyitf that thejwtt*n$r a»e*$Qj {••$i#eipgnj$(.i important element in Mie coming political contests. The payment i« coin. Then instead of a Green- back being counted and known as a dollar in tlw payment of all obligations and debts, and line at a premium/pr M S m g u s i d f d r c l t o c j r ^ i f c f S i ^ l . tttoTboty fa giee»iluu,k9 a»d- iwtioi^ uuamcy now m the rwnd« of the people would- be rated, 4t a discount,U|proportionate with trje demand . f o r : ^ i y ^ r the existing condition of things this demand wouldWeribrtoo^ '^wfen' Chase, a* chief justice, some'ywrrf «id'? tleciK ded that greenbacks were not a legal tender Imder certain circumstances the payment of ~£j j millions of dollars Of canal and railroad ponds was demanded jn gold. r : ^pply?ng this gen...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 10 July 1874

«$ . i T ^ ^ i ^ i * ^ * ^ ^ COKRESPONDENCE. Corre$ ice solicited from all parts of the us all items oflocal Interest and ifjrou do not have time to arrange* them prop- erly, we will attend to thai r Make your com- manications comprehensive but as brief as bos* '^': \\ :'\\^ /'•'''\"\"y_::, '•\"'•' . r: 7T Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to th« Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. ANNOUNCEMENTS REGISTER OF DEEDS. I ofler myself to the ejectors of Door County as a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds at the coming election. Basing my pre- tensions upon having been a resident of the county for nineteen years and holding a Cer- tificatefrom ©ne of the l)est Normal Schools in the State, I have taught school in the county, with good success, during the past five years. J AS. KECJGH,' JR. Man ' His Origin and Development, Continued. tal powers of man, his reasoning...

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