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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 18 September 1874

^ - / V ^ r - i ' ^ r ^ ' ^ ^ Infill IMiiiilMaliiiim mm H •MMMNM e|$$r- tame Npvir^ if the lumber journals Jist fall reported that the cw fW the winter IbJ. lowing would be very largely reduced, is it not proved that they were correct about h? ft is preposterous folly to de- ny it. •• The ftct being as we have shown* what would our critic have us report? In other words, does he want facts about lumber, or \"stuffed \" reports which will deceive every one but himself, and allow him to cut in with a big stock at a time when all othera are holding 6ff If that is his idea of a lumber journal, we can't undertake to supply his need. Our correspondent is apparently—he don't say so, mind-r-one of the cut throat operators who has been bitten by his own supposed sharpness. He be* lieved the reports oflight lumbering op- eration?, which we ha.e shown were true reports, and went in to take advan- tage of the circumstances, counting upon a demand which has not come. If the country generally had ...

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 — 18 September 1874

mmmm^mtmm^ml mm M M wwmmM mmmmmimm Istst and the grot black soil, ciptBlc of producing anything grown in California. After clearing there would be no trouble in plowing close up to the stumps, as the roots lie fat . One tree having died, fire got into it, and burned down twenty feet below the surface, leaving a hole like a well where other portions of the trunk could be *8|env ?»ill growing, upT wards. 'The explanation may be due to their great age, which has allowed for the accumulation of soil around them tor hundreds and thx)U,sandsi^df-^ytari-g like the ruins of old cities buried under accumulations of centuries. Attempting to count the rings of annual growth we tound an indefinite and uusatisfactory m DOOR COUNTY JOSEPH COUGNON, County Treasurer. v? C A. MASSE, County €Ierk. _ DAyfoHofa^ Sheriff / , It. M. WRIGHT. County Judge, IX A. REED, district Attorney Caws DANIELS, Clerk of Clrcul Court JOHNGAXLAND, Rejistei:pfieeds CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. •3 1 AM^s C. ...

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 — 18 September 1874

:. • Stttig^::B*jr is now the place for harness work of all k'm^ classes and grades. wonderful proviiion of nitarc shown in :- ' ihe^|^hf»/«fci tbWering ipp» Rising for above the the giants, therefore de. riving no shelter from thc ^ «ach o]nc stands for ft greater part of its height s separate tree, and exposed to the full force of the constant tornadoes which sweep over this part of the conntry during the rains. The necessary sup- port is given to it by a number of large buttresses all around the stems: thev are formed by the roots which rise over the ground in a flattened shape extend- ing up, the sides of the trees, and form* ing most regular supports all round. In many places the natives make use of the spaces between these buttressess as houses merely making a roof overhead, the house is complete. As the people of this country never have more than three walls to their houses, and the tree, with two of its buttresses supplies those they are quite ready-made houses for them,...

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 — 18 September 1874

'#Htyii2**e«hntK*miiw Hovrl^tncjt prripde )to |e t over his single blessedness—by proposing to Bridge it. Lady - visifari-H^'Mr*! Jegyi do you know ii your mamma is engaged? Lit- tle girl of the period-—\"Engaged? Bless you, why she's married.\" \" Th e verb,,to love/'says a wicked French writer, \"is an active verb, which runs until it sinks exhausted into the easy chair of marriage.\" Evening wear.—We are constantly told that evening wore on, but what the evening wore on such occasions we are not informed. Was it the close of a summer's day? A young lady recently presented her lover with an elaborately constructed pen wiper, and was astonished the fol lowing Sunday.to., see him come into church wearing it as a cravat. . \" It may not be generally known, says a Chicago paper, that the enormous arches which support the Chicago and StLouis bridge were copied from a cast taken from the instep of a prominant StLouis belle. Why, Ichabod, [ thought you got married more'n a year ago.\" \...

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 — 18 September 1874

t i ^ ' » i f » ^ ^ « ^ s ^Jf^^^istfsa^aSas^/ ^^iS!*»B?9^aiW^i :, illily : ^ : BAKED W.0M^ra**---Select•: thorough iy lpiiiei friiit, wti^mJiKhalvcs • • ' i0niriiftfi^.erfMiift.. authalf ,? bread f crutnb^fttrgar,«i)t* peppe^wd,,butter Place th«m in • baking pan, cut side v upwards, tnd bake in an ovcnvf^jHi* hour*. Serwqn4 a )pla«^r ^arniiiied with curled parsleW ' T '\"\" a -* n A horn \"that has bceJT knocked off from. |« ifou|»g. calf will jrow asiain. Thej|ar||!| i^Jfnerel^' t|ef.^xt!re1m|if^ of the horn. AH that is necessary to be d^hevW to apply a plaster or tar to the part to keep the air from coi tact with the sensitive surface until it has become hardened. • CAN^^Jfl^T^gs^lli. j*rej£ratjoj» for ^ahntDg»7tomatoea'V%K^^'^el'll( sliced injl htated, boiling hot it tingeS«win§'ffacp*lti.#50»|rsli4»chine cans arc used solder them as quickly as possible after they arc filledj when they have stood from five to ten minutes puncturj ^e |t^p pfV|hc can with an awlj le...

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 — 25 September 1874

«iw»»wiw-,t'ii|f\"^\"H»ii»ir« \"... .':-aivHfc:i^,if ..': \"! ••• tJ.tr t ivf MNWIMnMNMMWMMIMMMM =HB VOL.1. I .'ilinlllil, STURGEON BAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1874. M.M Vw BUSINESS C9MIDS. A• €i. If. Manse, Attorney and Coiincelor at law, Special attention given to col- lections. .. V Sturgeon Bay Wis. 45 tf W BAltN EI MIX. M Physician and Sur- • geon.has located in Sturgeon Bay for the practice of his profession. .Many years experience and devotion to the study and practice of me Heine enables him to confidentially offer his services to the people of this vicinity. Office opposite to A. W. Lawrence & Co*.s. store. 31 tf B» 8. HAWAII, Deputy Coun y Surveyor, 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 tf I. B. and watch maker, SCOTT, Jeweler Sturgeon Bay, Wis., opposite the Ceda...

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 — 25 September 1874

rto adV»it th* hlghe»t and beat intcretu |t^sU,P«M In three montliv If notpajd in thr«« wiii !Tj[eke)t, FOB MKMBBB OF CONGRESS, &ABEB0U0E, ofOihioih. FOB MEMBKH OF AtWEMBI^ A. J. LOOZB , cf AHSOUIfCBMEirm 3\". :.Rto^ After » residence t^r eighteen yeara'lh the' County, I ^ r 1 myself to the elects,o t ifoor County as a '«andi|atelor the!office ©^Register\" of I^e^s. jf^jani elected, thei duties of the office ^iH be diHChar^cl faithfully and prompt- ly, to Mie best oNny ability., :'., , REGISTER ...OF DKKDS, , Ij offer myself tp. the.electors of Door County as a candidate, for the office of . Regisler of Deeds(ft Uiefcoml»i^ election. Basing my pre- tensions upon haying'»been a resident of the county for nineteen years and holding a Ccr- ificatefWniiSfebf the best Norhiaf Schools hi theS^Jte,, IJiave- taught school in-the- county, with good success, fluking the,jpa five years, \"•'!\"• * i .\" v . w / \"V'- '' JAS.\"K'Kociti, JR. I REGISTER OF DKEIXS. Being an.iufirm ma...

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 — 25 September 1874

\"imnwi i .M.milj^jiBu. COIJ^ESPONDB^OE* Correspondencesolicited from all parts ofthe County. Send u. all items oflocal interest and if.you do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we will attend to that, Make your com* mtmications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible* :•' ' Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate the\"r real names, confidentially to the Editor. Anoay nous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. . Sturgeon Bay Pishing. (CHICAGO CORRESPONDENCE.) MR. EDITOR:—1 promised you that I would \"write up\" my one days fish at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., upon my return to Chicago. Business must be my apology for delay.. I can assure you that I look back with pleasure to my only experience at Stur- geon Bay, and also to the only dafs fish that 1 have had in two years. You are aware that mine \\was partly a business visit, but, like all true Wal- tonians, and the lovers of piscatorial pleasure, i could not resist the tempta- ti...

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 — 25 September 1874

Dawn on tl» Qr*n?trj. 4 i ^ ^ i i S ^ ^ i c p i i y # X M'.tyr$*zg» £&on and Jacob Graff d|^«i. V v -- . ^ j | | | ! f | a y tftcrnpon a hwyy thunclefv shower passed over the village. Several persons received severe shocks although no serious damage was done. ViW?* ^ * ^ r 8 V ^ 8 M w ^ P J ^ e w a u n e e County opened ihis morning with a large attendance of teachers. Petitions are being circulated for a daily mail from Two Rivers to A hna- ^p^: b%: £d£ftd^ silently to come under , tlie ^gj^r^{i^bip of sorrow and suffering. N o other ini mal can smile or laugh, nor can it ex- press it. sorrow gnd pain or deplore the pressing displeasures of the ! Hpv*-- ^••0^M^^^WM^^^- ririg ' The Mitwxukee $zniin*t joins the mind of the^nosf ^ ^ % l » v e r ? tii Boor ? R It says: county, Four Men, air belonging direfcib/ to \" \"?*** S r a n 8 c r «le seem* to be theringiwdc ^ of prominent notice and WnWir*toik$^fy suiwuu I w h v * h m T u T ? * * \" J t W M c 1 e a r , v mg upon coun...

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 — 25 September 1874

:::W: Piccalilli * the Grim Bay AivocMte %t%% off the following which is too good to be vost. O n the train coming sc$t& oi**4e ^ & N . W , R'y, the other day, we wit. uessed one of the most amusing scenes. The boys have a small piece of cork t o represent a spider's body, with threads drawn through it for legs, the whole at- tached to a thread, which is fastened to a little stick, like a fishline and pole. The mode of procedure is to dangle this imitation spLer about a person\" face. Th e traip-boy was the operator this tjme, the victim an innocent-look, ing middle-aged man. Th e boy took the scat directly behind him, and reaching over tickled his nose with the fraud withdrawing it immediately. Th e man pawed his face with his hands and look- cd on the floor to see if he had knocked the spider down, and settled back in the seat again. Th e experiment was soon repeated, when he made* another search, this time investigating behind the window blind. Again it was tried, and now...

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 — 25 September 1874

fe'x#gH:a^fc«Ss te#^^ife *!Sf! OmCUX»IBW)TO»T. IHTOHotn* Sheriff.:- ^ . . . • D. A. RKD, District Attorney. CKlMDAWEUr Qerk Circuit Court ^ JoimGAMJUlD/Register of Deed*. CHMl DANIELS, Superintendent of School*. JAMM C. PlNNEV, County Surveyor. B. G. HANNAK, Deputy County Surveyor. A. NOBLF, Ch of Board of Supervisors \"Th#B«chTmiP#tlticn.\" \"Oh, leave thin barren »pot to me! Spare, woodman, Hpare the beechen tree! Though bud and floweret never grow My dark, unwarmin* ahnde below Nor summer bud perfume the dew Of rosy bluxh, or yellow hue Nor fruitn of autumn, blossom born, My green and glossy leaves adorn , Nor murmuring tribes from me derive The ambrosial amber of the hive Yet leave the barren spot to me Sparc, woodman, spare the bccchcn tree! Thrice twenty summers I have seen The sky grow bright, the forest green And many a wintry wind have stood In bloomfess, fruitless solitude. Since childhood, in my pleasant bower, First spent its sweet and sportive hour Since youthful l...

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 — 25 September 1874

ggg?***^^ How to raise t dinner- The worst of maniacs—Money-mani- We have a Jewell of a Postmaster, reneral now. S e c M ^ J e m ^ * k ^ iay ^IrC i, oi This is comfortable. A foundling left in a Boston street- car was appropriately named -Oscar. A down-east shopkeeper , advert?sea quart bowls of ill stees for sale |fteap\". \"I say, Mick, what sort of potatoes Ire those you are planting?1' \"Raw Ues.\" -••••••••-• Denver, Col., is advancing in civili. jation, for the complaint of dirty streets 'tere is long and loud. A Wisconsin lightening-rod agent has ieen killed by the kick of a horse— |man's most faithful friend. \"Sumner's death cost Massachusetts 540,000.\" But his Life can be had for |only two dollars and a.,half. Advertising for a wife, says a con. temporary, is just as absurd as it would : to get measured for an umbrella. A morning paper speaks of \"thieving Jin the outskirts \" which may be inter- [preted, \" picking ladies' pockets.\" Since the new-fangled buckles came in...

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 — 25 September 1874

DOOP oH O n the wawrw ^Thft. aiB * of one of u r ti$$IAI§&Hifi his remedy, phur, lilt •!##&!* klWiN*cd# equal parts three times t week on warm days «uj^ -co\"' \"^HiflfeW T o *»«*Wi«naM^ n,o. i ^^^^^^f^^ffA^ is Feverfew, pulveVlwa^ndrpifteTiaatd to an equal weight of powdefied borax scattered in ijt jC*n o ^ dpg to,., kjj). Oe/fs and it will do «8: work*eirectuaiy* PAPER PILLOWS.—ExceHti'nV piper pil-* lows may Wv'made of old letters—the stiffefj the paper thle defter 'Newspapers ting.needle it is then almost Ttice a • * :$*mmg$yr%$fr:®4M[^A lady irives tlrrbup th«j kMFttottitrfrkm nte* recipe for canning sweet corn: She •ddtcFAttHrfW^ tea- spoonful of tarteric acid and boils fifteen 3idofa'cidi ninthv of bicarhonip or soda that you 7 \" 1 ^^^ 1 \"^^^, J • • • • • • • • • • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . : i Tiie, stoamt a'vw- ^ •?H^^lff o!)'•.g•^.^if^{v ' r io\\-: 'Th e !es in .the present day.—C(fl. -IKMo ''.J**?- NO. 43 VESEjr, STREET, R iPW j THE STA...

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 — 2 October 1874

WiWWw'^a^^^tS*SIS^--^WWR[!JW^^ltt!W3!^S' •&HS«e!W««Wpi(!W^JHWr'-> VQkl. STURGEON BiOr, WISCONSIN, OCTOBER 2, 18H. NO. 50. BUSINESS CARDS. A• CK H. l u i t , Attorney and Councelpr at law. Special attention given to col- lections. „ ,J\\ -'- . , : , , , -Surgeon Bay Wis. 45 tf W• B1BNKÂ¥ MIX. M.D Physician and Si.r- geon.has located in Sturgeon Bay for the practice of his profession. Many years experience and devotion to thejstudy and practice of medicine oaables him to confidentially offer his services to the people of this vicinity. Ofice opposite to A. W. Lawrence & CoV store. \" 31 tf B• G. HANNAN, Deputy Coun y Surveyor, 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 tf ' I• B. SCOTT, Jeweler and watch maker, Sturgeon Bay, wis., opposite the Cedar Street House. Dea...

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 — 2 October 1874

^^w^^^^^^^si /^T.,,v\" .:^,j^i,(i|p^)^^|^Mf* |^^ ipj^6p»«,wb^liiicly ^ r d W o f all par* T«*lwi«^$rk» per »m»»m« rrtuly in arfrwc« *.t»?5 Ifpaid hi three itioifth*. If net paid in three month* |*»50* U be chjir8«d. ? v FRIDAY, Oct. 2, 1874. Rc^riii Ticket. FOB MEMBER OF CONGRESS, QABZBOUOK, of Oshkosh- FOR MEMBER OF ASSEMBLT, A. J. L002E, of Lincoln. m County ticket. FOR CoutfTY TRKASURER, Chris l,conhardt. FOR COUNTY CLERK, t. A. Masse. FOR SHERIFF, Thos. Scott FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS, John Garland. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, Antone Masse. FOR CLERK OF THE COURT, C. F. OverhaK FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, i). G. Hannon. FOR CORONER, D. Houlc. The Contrast. The Republican County Convention was called, delegates apportioned to each of the several towns, and nil the machinery necessary for a full delegated convention started, and yet when the day for the convention came, on- ly four men could be found to respond to the call, and they all leaders in the Harris plun- dering ring, hot a ...

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 — 2 October 1874

- ^ 'tub: •^di5?^BSi-'1:tt^fil^:'ili^ ^ ue^*f*mto«t*v«^iM •••**&•• I wm^v - :ic—.J • 'V'T'*' vjj .-'• i* i-J^ •:,-. . .' ,••• *. •\" A .: Correspondence solicited from till parts of the County. Send us all'iiems oflocaf interest and ifyou ! not nave time fcci arrange then* • prop- eriyy wewiltattend'.IbnhaV* i -Make your com. mUnicatious comprehensive but as brief as pos* sible. , .. : y , Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. : Anonymous commiinications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. : ANUOUNCEMEXTvS. REGISTER OF DEEDS, After a residence of eighteen years in the County, I offer myself to the electors of Door County as a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds. If I am elected, the duties of the office will be dischargerr faithfully and prompt- ly, to f he best of my ability.! 2 -J* . .• i . ROBERT NOBLE. REGISTER OF DEEDS. I offer myself to the electors of Door County as a ca...

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 — 2 October 1874

%$$ Ifed^ftntie^ billed the coifvcntibn to ^^^^s^ss^a^iis ^ 1W *:»O:II& A. No&le, of Fish Creek, wis chosen Chairman, and John Garland Secretary. Resolved, Thit til person* who ftvor a Reform Convention and • Reform Pirty be admitted as delegates to this convention. Resolution adopted. Rtsolved% That the Chair appoint a committee of three to present the names of si* persons for the consideration o* the convention for delegates to attend the Assembly Convention, with instruc* dons to report the names of three per. sons whose political antecedents have been Republican, and three persons whose antecedents have been Demo, cratic. Revolution adopted. Chair appointed J. Garland, D. B. Coon and L. R. McLachland. Rettlved, That a committee of three on resolutions be appointed by the Chirr. Resolution adopted: ' Chair appointed Geo. Pinney, Moses Kilgore and George Walker. The committee on delegates reported the following names: John Garland, Andrew Larson, L. M. Washburn, D B. Coon...

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 — 2 October 1874

• = S S JOSEPH COUGNON, County Treasurer. ,'^-iL MAS^X^ryCfert -^^r-'.. ,.• IL M. WRIGHT. County Judge. C ^ G A M ^ S , CJ^kof^iroitCpirt^ JOHN GARLAND, Register pi\" Deeds, r' CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. : B. a^A^N^,Dlputf Cd^Mr^|or? •? ' A Nofiu [ CJiVdf Board of Supervisors.J WRa'Aiiuuiaartn WUMUBWWWIUUIJlWU||i.WWUl»J«WWWWItWWiW WiripjfcatQmh \\£Z '-&'.' The Ahnapee Recard thus draws the knirfe upon its brother Republicans for their effort to flitter the grangers by their frrti%s^o!te1f!LaJ| RlSbliiHo^ M the Convention at Ahnapee. The truth .is^ thejse fellows dcin't know what to do with themseleves, and Mr. Scho~ field will be ,^cjr]yi:f5*^d tolk^ivfc where:to find himself: politically. But tnen he should riot h^Ve allowed him. self ro fall into tuch hands. Hear'em talk about it. , ?, Tb^ action taken,by tr|e,vJlepubVican Aj©n*#nttbh')!iekl in^h&teiHagelas^FriU day jn.f.egard.16 the Pqtjter i,aw is.,tp be regretted. We cannot believe other- wise, after ...

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 — 2 October 1874

^6 whert 1 the Northern Pacific crones the v^v^^:trtfi'*.'.f!,jCr'-Vf-«,/'^i?J-~ ' f -lift. • ••.• :••?:. ', a ( .:,• : 7-.. Misiouri ti?tsr-**td St* Louis via}, Sjoax •nd MouJton. There can be but little doubt but tlwt the nirrow guage is to be one of the principal factorr^lrt settling the question of cheap itra^ipW|W^n,^ Let us furnish a(Tew fcu^d'exfii&U the relative cost of building and operat- ing the t\\*o guages connected with their carrying Mjj|cit^ As to the first cost: The cost of contsruction of the usual guage in this country has averaged more than • 20,000 per mile the narrow costs less than $9,000^1- mile. Com. pare a train of sixteen broad guage freight cars weighing eight and one-half tons each with twenty narrow guage cars which will carry the same amouot of freight and weighing less than three tons each, and it will be seen that each train will carry 160 ^bni dif paying freight, while the other will pull along 136 tons and the other but 60 tons of dead weight....

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 — 2 October 1874

MMaMMKttlMpWMnMn*|M^ * • ~T'-\"n*\"ni*nir V\" _ r T- y ,'min(,i»r,m»i n .1._ijj'.i,\\mj,jjuJiiHLUlwJu. * ^ ? * * * ^ ^ The less men think, the more they talk. Af^mtcltet^all^tnyiype . setter.- / A man who has no mind will not change it. with a chronic indisposition to exertion. Eight Connecticut young ladies have just taken to the vail. They were hope- lessly freckled. \"Dear me, how fluidly he talks,\" said Mrs. Partington, recently at a temper- ance meeting. \"I am always rejoiced when he mounts the nostrils, for his elo- quence warms every cartidge in my body. It 1 s recorded of Sydney 'Smith that he was once asked by JUanscer, the eel. ebraiedvan.uxiai prfintir,v.io ai^ vfor ,l*is portrait. \"Is thy servant a dog that he should do this?\". jyfs 4bfi fcply of the witty divine. * A man * wii^ brought betbVe ^ofcl Mansfield for!»tea)ing a silver ladle, and the counsel for the crown was rather se. YH*S*RE°£\\fnc Prisoner foivbeing^attrat. torney. \"Come, come\" said Tils\"lord-...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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