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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 24 July 1874

STOC K FEO M THE BEST STEAINS -r-in Ui? TfraJLteca. fitt a t e s . -PRICKS WITHIN TUP. REACH OF ALL- Send stamp for ' 'Illustrated and Descriptive Circular.\" G . A. Cunningham , NE'ENAH, WIS. Choice Breeds OF FOTJLTRT- « •! it U Having npent many years in the breeding and rearing of Fan?y Fowln, and having brought mem to a high standard, 1 can now rom »»fine»t«»^ w c s n h e found •** «'e of tVxr Atlantic. My different STRAINS are prommncnl by good j(idee* to be the flit »*t •Â»Â»•••Â»• RWB in thH country, and thU iqMon c m turtmh E««» to m many customer* with hope* of better result* than any previous year. Dark Brah mas, $4.00 per do*. Kgn BufTCoohlna, 3.00 \" v \" Part'geOochIns, 40O W. Leghorns, 9.SO Young Fowl* for Rale after September i»t, at reas- onable rate*. MYRONT NORTH, w&m3m Pontiac, Michigan. _TviOLll^f Poultry TTards. S. C. Wlieclock & Bros., PROPRIETORS. Eggs for Spring Trade: light Brahman, Warner • strain, Dark Brahman, W, & Hemines tt'n. • ...

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 — 31 July 1874

? ^ i * * ^ \" ' a * ? ' ' w ' f w ^ •^^y^wrasfiflrsiwrtttsfk• *§1 : •\"r^5*BJ«^W**RiW!*!S!»\"ift'!» fer:i :r:.'-dw »^-49!*»SWsWl L.-:kv-.^: tfHtoximtFrti: ^ ^ • • ^ * ^ * ^ VOL.1, STURGEON BAY, ^TONSIN, JULY 31,1874. TTvr?. NO. 41. BUSINESS CARDS, BABSET MIX, M. D. Physician and Sur- . . - 2«on, has located in Sturgeon pay for the practice of hi* profession. Many years experience and devotion to the study and practice of medicine' enables him to confidentially offer his services to the people of this vicinity. O.fice opposite to A* W. Lawrence A Co'a. store. 31 tf B fl. HAIfJf AW, Deputy Coun y Surveyor, jkti « 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 Vua«. 33 *f I• B. SCOTT, Jeweler and watch maker, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., opposite the Cedar Street House. Dealer in Swiss and Amer...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 31 July 1874

l ^ ^ : : * ^ l ^ : - ^ | ' 0 d j ^ i Wt wm to »dvoaU« lh« highwt *nd best iaterests ,t$lf J s ^ ^ #/ 7«XMft -~f t««*:p|rannum, Knstfy In advance |r«s$ if paid in throe mon^hA, If no* paid in thrc* mB^th* $1,50 will b«chafged^r ^ » » » — i.it.» 111 . i.i'u.'r iii — — • » • 1 1111 m :tory *ulkptfT 4 e sub [alike 4psf^torj| t*%the ance element, and that much greater \"majority who are unwilling to take a hand in fanatical Build!DM Tene«red with Bricks. ThiB class pf building* are becoming very common in village», and even in many q^ the large cities of the west. Several large/builci- ings in Milwaukee and Chicago are of \\ tnU class. For most c0ntih|£nc1fe£llhey areas valua- ble as solid brick structures. A brick veneer, ed building U •simply a Wood frame sheathed on the outside and thc^ coverd on the outside of .the sheathing with a single course of brick instead of siding, with or without stone win- dow ahfl door stools and caps, just as the builder Wishes. The mode...

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 — 31 July 1874

Correspondence solicited from all parts ofthe County. Send us all items oflocal interestand ifyou do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we willattend to tniit • ' Make your com. municatibns comprehensrVe but as brief as pos- sible. \\-'-/: . ' Writers1 ifbr 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. • • • • • • • • ' . • ? : ' . .• * • . , . . ,•. .,,, ... •• m M . : . 1 -.•'••• ANNOUNCEMENTS ^ REGISTER OF DEEDS. I p3\"er myself to the electors of Door Couity as a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds at the coming election. Basiug my pre- tensions upon having been a resident of the county for nineteen years and holding a Cert- ificate from one of the best Normal Schools in the State, I have taught s chool in the county, with gx»d success, during.the pastfiveyears. , J AS. KEOGH, JR. STURGEON BAY, July 26th, 1874 MR. EDITOR EXPOSITOR....

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 — 31 July 1874

'Mat /'::§I^Mil^$-^0M :'tfoTO curious and* in?- posed. The labors of the antiqyary disclose the tier that some of our most modern improvements in the construct- ion of locks are merely the accidental reproduction of inventions that origi- nated many centuries ago. There are of course numerous claimants for distinct- ion in this branch of production, but lor ingenuity of design, excellence of material, finished workmanship, and above all, absolute security, none sustain a higher reputation than the celebrated • Yale'Locks/ r.! :: ! : ^ . '..'J.'\". \"p' As fiVst manufactured nearly, thirty years ago by their inventor, the late Mr. Yale, Senior, these locks were a decided improvement over their predec- essors, but their range of application was limited, and their costliness pre. vented very general adoption, some years subsequently Mr. Linus Yale, Jr. invented a lock of different and superior construction, having a flat, folding key, j but hi* attention being soon directed to- j ward...

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 — 31 July 1874

JOSEP H COLIGN'OX, C J L U : / Trs.^-.ur-r. C. A . M ASS: C JU. ty 'CL-rl • D A V I D I I o u L i s M ^ ^ f ^ R. M. W R I G H T. Cou.ity J u l - i J A . UvtD, District AU r ^y. CHRIS DANIELS, Cle:-:. cf Cvqa tCjust. J O H N GARLAND, Uejixtcrcf Deeds. O n u s DANIIXS, Superintendent cf Schools. JAMSS C. r i x ^ Y , C jiU:U7.^ury^yer,-A*?* • • B. O. I l ^ j U i r , I3eput7Count Survejlr. A. NOEL'\", Ch'n cf !^or.r !.cf Supervisern. D O O R G r a n g e , N o . — , meet s every F R I D A Y e v e n i n g i n G o o d Templars * H a l l , at 6 - 3 0 . Al l persons having busi- ness w i t h th e Grang e will govern thema selve s accordingly , v Pe r O r d e r . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Bricks! Bricks! All who need bricks caU at the Circle R:dge Brick Yard, one mile from the shore,, of Sturgeon Bay, and be supplied. Farmers who have not the cash bring grain or produce of some kind, which will be as acceptable as money, and put chimneys in your hou.es. Price, 75 cts. per hundred . 4 I — t f GKOKCK...

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 — 31 July 1874

% ||S|i|^3fi|^i|^|r^y|ll«h ' :i'jpfort chriitian who though there'was no harm \\J Th ^dyoct^ iif»| the jiew ?o^t office llroii\"tfee bsy isVailed \"£awyet\\'r Bo you undcntand? A iliver under {Jirrjr'* finger «ai(— That li p extorti^f c black milled out of those three Chicago chaps. .—- ':,\\ f'Grange/* .Is a buiy poatmaater in Door c^ant^ One taMy |eta part of their mail at hia o(fice, to wit, the Poit- . maiterV A» advertiier aaya: \"Fraud loves a shining mark/' He learned that (act by the Advocate shooting at nothing but the Expositor. They say that the Chicago part is realy ashamed of the Sturgeon Bay part -—that is of the Wbangdoodle that mourneth here. There was an old man named Beecher. A noted Congregational preacher. He believed in nest-hiding. And now they are chiding This lecherous Henry Ward Beecher. News, There was not much business done in Brooklyn yesterday. Husbands oc- cupied most of their time in endeavor- ing to persuade their wives that the western country j...

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 — 31 July 1874

1 \\ ^v^ -w^yf^VA*:*1-v--:.^«^i- '0,^?^%-*^y^.^ . \"Â¥t9c$**9*T.i'*''VWK ^ vf«i \"'S!=W*- » ys=f== :gi^0^j^^$U: The refined • third time. younj mtn hit been fined What it the key note of good breed ing ? B-natural. ,..? A gentleman caught cold by kiting a Udie's snowy brow. What is the best traveling bag?—The bag that never traveled. The moon that is made of green cheese—The honeymoon. New Jersey rnusquitoes wear steel gaffs on their hind legs this season.— Brooklin Argus. Can a downright good fellow be ah upright good man ? The experiment is worth trying. Low o'er her brow she pastes her hair, Down curving to her Grecian nose Her frizzles, once her fondest care, j Are wilted as a last year's rose. ! ~ -\" i \"What becomes ot a dog when they \\ die?' was what a juvenile in Burling, ton asked his pa. \"They go to the happy lanu d f canine,\" his parent quickly replied. A preacher once prefaced his sermon with, \"My friends, let us say a few words before we begin.\" This is about 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 — 31 July 1874

ts^ff0*6 DARK BRAHMAS. \"KEEP TIIK BEST, IT COSTS NO MORE/' EGGS FOR HATCHING, from twelve variation of Fancy Poultry.. STOCK FEOM THE BEST STEAINS ——in the I»uia:s WITHIN THK REACH OF AM - - - Send stamp for \"Illustrated and Descriptive Circulai.' G . A. Cunningham , N K E N A H . WIS. Choice Breeds OF POTJLTR7 . H,4vlnjj spent many years In the breeding and rearm* of Fancy Fowls, and having brought them to a high standard, 1 can now rom as fine sto:k u« can be found this side of the Atlantic. My different STRAINS are pronounced l.y good j».d*«s to l th« «n«wt wW MWII in this country, and this season can furnish Eggs to my inany_cnstomers with hopes of butter results than any previous year. Dark Brahmaa, 94.00 pnrdi™. . F.KS BufTCoohlns, 3.00 Part'geCochins, 400 W. Leghorns* 2.00 Young Fowls for sale after Septeniber tst, at reas- onable rates. MYRON T. NORTH, W&m3m Pontiac, Michigan. MO LINE Poultry Tards. S. C. Wheelosk & Bros., PROPRIETORS. tt M M « Eggs for S...

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 — 7 August 1874

aa«MH«at^«iwM|^ mtm*0.*rMmmi*w*toum^w!m!m,iMm«t*m\\, **»»* iwwwwufimiMwn I»WIJ u^»»ui«' IIHW.UH M n»i *,*»tmium*Mftmm*m r/s mmx I. STURGEON: BAY, ,' itOGUst :ivi8H. NO 42. BUSINESS CARDS. *nd devotion to the study and practice of medicine enables him to confidently offer h,is services to the people of thii'vicinity.': Officeopposite to 'A,*W.| Lawrence A Co'*-. Store. '• ' * ii tf « B9 G. HANNAN, Deputy Coun y Surveyor, at- tends promptly to all calls in his line, and guarantees satisfaction,'also \\ .Insuranc e Ag6nt t represents the Madison Mutual, the only reliable Mutu&l Insurance Company in the west. AppHca-* tions and surveys made out for policies at any time.f 33 tf ,' ' , . . \" \" ' \" \" : ''• . . ' V I• B. SflOTTj Jeweler atid watch maker,^ Sturgeon Bay, Wis., opposite the Cedar Street House. Dealer in Swiss and American WfttOh66 Clocks, Jewelry and gold Pens. Watches and Jew- elry repaired and satisfaction guarantied. Watch repairing a speciality. 34 tf ...

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 — 7 August 1874

•Ctna whoU poopk, ahwlutety fwfardles* of atl par. . - , : i ^ i * : ,.'-j'--X-^i-t*'ivLVi -.\"-i •'\" ' - ^ a .\"'•'', '^v.: - * -• •• •... -* /•: •, „ TfmjMg$~4*oc»pe annum,, rriuiTy in advanc* fi,**if pato in three month*. If not paid in thra* monthsfi,y will ba charged. to look l | » t o to ^^9^M^o,^ . (aiMutif htrt both p*pen continued (heir labor* of using u* up that we now have nearly a*numy»ub«ribew a«bota ^^^M«niwwy^d b/ings us m wore or Jm»ubsirifc^ Wembi(ean^tlyWtihAt both of, theae kind friendswilj continue to use ujupto theibest Pf thcirOIKty. # cc^remic* and at the same i» Radical, 3b«t a* t|ir^|i|)[ rt take from dbreputa^le *o]i .,I*»pon»ibiRty ofdicpEUK: i»i »t is certain to us that TSS^^-^^^W^m-tobh and'cau. J ^ 'Hal WE ,adin^* ^ia»ty| time last: fog the ilieves inhabited, and. ijlbfc attention of the Mr. Ilajrs letter pKblished »tcr m the BxPosm* ie- globe theory. Now, Mr? [the interior of thiscrast » voters for the interests of th• e dynasty will b...

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 — 7 August 1874

f^ut^f^p^^^mmmi 41w w w -emmm-m , : Corte^on4«nc fro» aUpartsofthe.)inacce..iHembunUms Cy^tj^ Se^^ftltit«m oflocal intewat tod ifjon do not hatp time to arrange them prop- erly, we will attend to-Uiat* tsMa^yottrcbnu imimcaHoBt: comprehensive batas briefas pos- sible. ' Sr.-i H • i?«7l-i ?U 'ob .V 5 = p.5d : i Writers for this colamu must, in all cases, oommtmicate their real mmes,' confidentially - to the Editor.. Anonymous * coinmunications will not bepnbhshed unless this rule\" is strictly Observed. .-Mi-r - rt-*.- •-••ii « .-vv'- ea 4?JiQra£««awsTs. REGISTER OF-DEEDS. • I oIFjr myself to theelectors of Door County as a candidate Cor. the, office of Registerof Deeds at the coming election.- Basing my pre- tensions upon having .been a resident of the county for nineteen years and holding a Cer- ificate from o lstjf thi bs . N 3rht.il Schools in theState, 1 have taught school 4 n the county, with g)y\\ success, during the paxjfiveyears. JASVKEOGH, JR. Man His Origin and Dev...

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 — 7 August 1874

'0M? tilt and plants. They will thrive beat, and,,} ^ l i a t j f ^ '\"d'S^^*^ ^9^i^l^fij^ tfc*V n o n e lW$tkr^ of the texture of all soils, a large portion oft their weight is water.! Perfectly dry earth bean a very small proportion to the weight of moist soil in fit condition for growing plant! when the. water is drawn from soi's by drains or evapora- tion, the space it occupied is supplied by airVby #riinage the wi*eV is drawn bff from belbW atid air fojlowa In fom th c surface, and also from beneath through the medium of the .drain. This airing of the toil acta in two ways for the ben- efit of vegetation first by exposing the deeper toil to the contact of air, it be- comes a process of fertilization by the action'of the air. In other words it becomes charged with oxygen or oxy- genized, and becomes quilifiid to yield up, the necessary ingredients , for,, the growth of vegetables. Any farmer knows that a field which hat lain many years as pasture and meadow lands, and new lands ...

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 — 7 August 1874

ft—Hard' tifties i p t i ' 0. A. MASSE, Co^tyjClerk. DAVID ttooiai Sheriff. ! n R. :M* WRIOHTV Cbfehry JtiuVftV ! 1). A. H^ED District Aitomey.' Cuius DANIIXS, Clerk of fcircuk Court Jon* GARLAND, Rejiiiter of Deeds. CIIKIS DANIELS, Su^priiiteident of Schools. JAMI:S C.ttNNRYv (Scanty Purveyor. B. G. IIAXXA^I,. Deputy County Surveyor. A. NonLr, Clin cf Hoard of Supervisors. STATE NOTES. KEWAUNEE gaterfrtsf saysv-Mr. Seymore Jiasnot yet bought out the Record, but proba- bly will if the boys continue to drop in their price—Messrs. Jos. Rankin and Guy Miles are preparing to engage in the fishing business on a large scale at Manitowoc. They have invested $3,500. in a stearii tug' pintl wUl have/ eight gangs of nets of twenty-five each, t They will operate in deep \\vatert and it will take five men to handle the tug and fishing apparatus- —A petition is in circulation asking for thebe construction of a jail—Wenzel Doleys has opened a new meat market in Kewaunee— Kewaunee is noted for its...

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 — 7 August 1874

Pi m ?m better ityle of itien«tid women. A Chictgo policeman wouJd'm tike t That old barholor ii aboot ready to „.._., i _ , ,w* y-.£*&.W>jf Never keep a pick of cards in the •ame pocket as your hankerchief. Kanaai lawyer to rJu^lT #Bo liied fim tor contempt. : ':- --•-/-•' If a thief iteals from thee, tell him he ii welcome to the money, and to come ni.mpc&*tfartt% Qif \\i l That youn|ladf whose front, hair loolat likef.\"j i Frencli poodle dog's back. She's seen on otfr streets daily. In the morning think what jrou are to do through thei day, at night think of what you have done through the day. Established 1840. -HM* NO,48 VE8EY STREET, * $rQ^0p£ yiiKK New York.THE ROBERT WELLS, President. •'Change cars,\" is what a city .boot* black said to a countryman the other day, *fter hefiniiliedblacking one of his brogans. A Sack Race for the ladies will be in order at the (air this falK Tney are daily practicing in their scant skirted dresses. You seldom meet two\"! men...

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 — 7 August 1874

':M'£xiz- •/•'** $? JOYIAL NOTES. •SfflWf^A--.- £W^*W*»TOs^»*tSS^^ i»l* Spell bound—Ipf H*fMl. • •', | ^ •• Most babies ire bs^/^twlers^A' ? Real bawl dresses—baby clothc9 « Advice t o a m i n with an apple—go to the. juice, : A bad habitto g^tiptb-~A-edit that is not paid fbri:\"''^'\\':^70^?~ i.'\":v' :/' A man with Urge feet should never srand upon trifles. •\" * Colorado calls for more women. It has scarcely a single one. , Say less than you think, rather than think only half what you say. The girls an of iliinois semira-y amuse themselves by spitting at a mark. To cure a bachelor's ache, carry the patient eleven yards of silk with a wo- men in it. A young lady of Montezuma while standing at the wish tub, engaged in washing, fclj backward and instantly expired. Younjr lacies hereabouts are careful not to die while^at the wash- tub. \"What can 1 do for you, Auntie?\" said a Richmond shopkeeper to a ven erable colored dame. \"Auntie who? I isn't yer sister's mother,\" was th...

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 — 7 August 1874

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f ^ ^ M ^ i bound upon a cut oTib^siohiWiir heal : ' it at once. . • ,:. ' Water standing for some W ^ p / f * \"• room tocomea^jj^^ noxious Vapors from the air. To take ink out of linen: dip the spot in p^re mehc.d t»l)o^ jLa&hf an the . in|§ # f f c * p o|t :4*M IbW tallow..*.*•\"\"«*• *** _ p «e ffl ? ^ It is iwte^ that « red Ink which re- sists the action of most chemicals may be made by dissolving carmine in solu ble glass. A French doctor says that a vapor bath at a temperature of 144 degrees, on seven|ojhse|utwa^s/ Ivlljl cure hy- drophobia. To cje|J» i 1 browni ^porcelain kettle, boil peeled potatoes in it. The pore*, lain will bef rendered neajj*, as white as when new! P W f l ^ r i ' $• ^^ ?*: If women would spend Ifss time in making ruffles and tucks, and more in makingflower-Ndi, tbby YvHftlctBok handsomer. ,,•,-.' - V ••••*'•. ' ••• When an iron vessel, stove, or stove- pipe is cracked, the opening may be stopped with a cement made of ashes, .alt 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 — 14 August 1874

^ s * 1 « s » ^ ^ f ^ ^ ^ ? ^ * f l T » ^ ^ ***»*^^ I ^ « * « : -• ^ v,v :$ •-#:* i.•'$•/\" \"••• Li STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, AUGUST M , 1874 . NO. 455 BUSI1IE8SCARD8. •'B? '\"if f «v* • :,. : ,vztrn W. BARNEY MIX, BL D. Physician and Sur- geon, has located in Sturgeon Bay for the practice of hU profession., Many years experience and devotion,to the study and practice of medicine enables hini to confidentially offer his services to the people of this vicinity. Office opposite to A. W. Lawrence A Co*s. store. 31 tf \" B• G. HAHNAH, Deputy Coun y SurVeyor, at- tend* promptly to allcajtls, itt. his hue, and guarantees satisfaction, also ' represents the Maawon Mutual, the only reliable Mutual Insurance Company in. the west. Applica- tions and surveys made out for policies at any time. 33 tf , . , . , . . . . . . . , 1 . , ..I ' • , I _ , . ' l • l l . . . . I. I I _ . . . , ! . . , 1 ., I B* 8CQTT, Jeweler and watch makerJ • Sturgeon Bay, Wis., opposite the Cedar Street House. D...

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 — 14 August 1874

TftKMft —*T.OO per i^ntim^ atrl : ty i-rt Advance | T ^ l C # d in »Srcofmoith4. If not-paid tafthrtwl month* $1,50 will 1 wil l b e charged. W^J* .T$ •-6H.J •' .$*«( ~£ • \" n ^ •!« :1 a .\"it^ \" \"\"#!'f'\"»j \" ' W r 'r*?T7r rm Christianityfe-iJTejta&jftr srrw. 4, _ _ ^ _.. rcinv»ited get around them. None haw been mere ous in devising these expedients than the chris- iii Christianity, the foundation of all religious tencnts in this country, is founded upon the Okii Testament, Jewish laws. (Christ daclajred that lur '* came not tortes^coy,^te, law byt i fp, fuj^ jtr''--n6t()fo abrp$a^ hut to ,explafy and^ afflspjlfylt* ^ ligiouH faw, js the 'fen Commandments.'' ftbih/ Jew* antf Christian accept this Jaw a^stiHtiind-' ing, and it is%n integral partof every rdigkios or secular creed upon earth. ThesiefTen Com* inandmen^* point out sins which are not to be committed which must be avoided in order to meet the approval of our Maker. They command !m«&ihdfoHvPrslfipho bt...

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 — 14 August 1874

m^mmmmmmiamtmim tA«iNtfe^wfew S(^ A«. Cc^es^ptitk^cc^Uji^jU^ofgell oatts^fthe County.? 1 ifci4 «fcjMliepls #I§I interestand•opinions, ifjrou do not have time to arrange them* prop* erly.'weotffll attend to^hafcmMike your cbn£ munications comprehensive but as.brief as pos- sible. il:~.--~jf^^^- Writers for this column mu4, in all cases, communicate their real names, Confidentially to the Editor. Anonytr|ju$ communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. ~Mi$k '^' iHf& — _ — — -»M * ^ fik-.'ii.-, . ANNOUNCEMENTS REGISTER Qf^EfcDS. i I offer myself to theelectorsof Door County as a candidate for- -tl^^^Bce^f ^Re^isier of Deeds at the coming election. '\"^ySbg-.lpay pre- tensions upon having been a resident of the county for nineteen years and holding a Cer- tificate from one of the best Normal Schools in theState, I have taught school in the bounty, with good success, during the past fivelars. X JAs.f ' REGISTER OF DEEDSl Being an infirm man, and ...

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