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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 30 October 1874

i l M ^ t i ^ ^ iPiiillP VOLUWSIOOKD. Increase of Price. Inducements for Clubbing wlthl First-olaee Journals. Mtyh the next number the first vol. ume of the EXPOSITOR will be complet- ed, ind \\vc are preparing to come be- fore our readers with renewed confi- dence. We/ announced, at the commence- ment of thh volume, that we felt very much like embarking upon the sea as commander of a vessel, of whose mo. tions and peculiarities we were in a great measure ignoront. Although the past ycur has been one of great financial depression throughout the county, The Expositor• has mc with as great business success, as is ordinary for new journals in the most prosperous times. This success is due to the aid and f sympathy that has been accorded by a large number of the most worthy and intelligent citizens of the county. In the year to come we shajlnot, in the least abate our efforts to merit a contin. uance of that sympathy ,and support, believing, as we do, that the intelligent laboring class...

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 — 30 October 1874

. VbifRCOIlNTy. ' OFFICIiL niSfecTORT. rf JOSEPH COUGNON, County Treasurer. C A. MASSE, County Clerk. DAVID H6ULE, Sheriff. R, M. BRIGHT. County Judge. J). A. REED, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of Circuit Court JOHN GARLAND Register of Deeds. | | T \\ ^ H u n ^ # i n d :fiftg:XoIUrs is what Ki hiball paid the Belgian voters for their votes. T h e contract was in good Faith oh the part of Kimball,: Thtf^ Belgians will rejoice at getting §250 for their church, but will assert enough manhood on election day to let h]in know that their votes are not bought for money. CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. jAxiEs^Pm^^outtt y jSjrjfe^'l.'^.= \" f*il3 H f W* ^ S W •- $° «pHtg t ^ , vote on B. G. HAXXAX, Deputy C o u m y S u r ^ y o r . \" ' ^ ' ^ - ^ &^LV-l^r-?&J*£\\£-^u* A. NOBLF, Ch'n of Doardof Supervisors. . Political Dashesfrcmottfpei. »'C\"v Overnalt, by'potting*'WngWuprfo:*p^t the vote and thus secure Daniel's elec? tion and give Harty the Clerk of the CM...

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 — 30 October 1874

'i4\"K£sj?.'H^ fllpjJJ^^ '.Tij^itifc mi *s*»sfi#^. ner _ sr containing many fine poinu— The ptpef having tfce 1-rgest circu- Uripn-^h« paper of tobacco. The paper that most resembles the re«a*er--T^iwiyoji (tissue) paper. •• r » 5*l*aughorisms,, is the headicg of a column in the California Advertiser* The Richmond Enquirerc*\\U Wendell Phillips 'that imbscible old commune.\" A young lady at Princcville h£*ent of her Ipver with instructions Tot t* ttkpp till he \"meant business/' ] j K Is it not hard to speak of a contempor- ary as the \"weak-eyed, red-whiskered child of corruption from Kansas?\" Daniel Pratt wants to get a situation on the Philadelphia Enquirer wages not so much an object a* a steady, quiet plac. A clergyman in the vicinity of Hart- ford advertises for \"six enthusiastic church members to set fire to the other six hundred. \"Printer's ink is one of the stickiest of coloring materials.\" Yes a great many country newspaper men huve been stuck by It. Doc KILLING ...

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 — 30 October 1874

* ^ ^ * * W ^ V ^ ^ * * ^ ^ ^f*i»iV~~?, • ^••^•Â«^^t~^.^^^ cheapest and best grease tor leather of every description. T o COOK HUBBARD SQUASH.— Cuj open seed it, turn it cut side dow pan wit^Isome water in seti^y^i en whenf done sera spoon rrfash with a son serfe. Man v-persons poisonelpin different lead used in lining utensils. ^ Instead off merly u*ed, an amal lead anctwone part of ed for Kjrling sheet i and vessels. This and less durable th for its i*c4ng liked pans look better thus giving the'' from tfaqjttns T o . B L E A ! which Si s be iedb ion o imonia right pr^qpotrio half of &ard cur soft waiter and strong ^nmon object rhay be by placing thi£ an hour in a weak solution of bisulphite sodium, to which auJittie hydrochloric acia ||if|cl%f|el | | $ f f f f t is unexcelled by none. PRICES this^side of Mi aukee Workman l found in thl Country Stock^Of lEfcAND f&MMINGS north of Musfc Hall. Leonltgrdt. RES&ER, ^ce* to the peSsle of Door eeps constantly! on hand a Book...

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 — 30 October 1874

Durable Pianos Made. Beautiful Rosewood, 7 r-3 Octaves, WITH 'syiir HWorwttNT, * . : • : : - ^ 4 / . . : : : , \" - FULLY GUARANTEED ^IMff&WtU piibiiJl%i$M^*t!st FAMII V KNITTING M/CHIKK. • In improving and perfecting • any jiervin of ordinary ingenuity will be able to,, j use the *?hit»in|t Machine withJiwttpr Atnceitlthan a dewing Machine. Our Machine in not liable to', j Ret out nf order. It can-be attached to an ordina- ry table and.Worked by a child, full Instructions : iCbcirfnpiiiy 'each Machine'.' Vamttie* may club. j\" iform success have won for them ffl^J8,Sii!fl3BL* **••'* io \"\" the position ofa\" K'.«-«»a**.u*?ritti*.: i. . , .,01*3 I Sj£rf4HcS5:i' » , STANflARD OF with all who desire to purchase ! a piMd7'T^:^ e £y ^ h a v e jiot^t ijyiyggiute command the range to extend a liberal credit. Marcbal ^^jttitli Piano-Forte Co., or: ROBT. W.SMITH, Agent, 47 Unlvertlty' Wace, New York ' w x m io~6m N. B.—-We are also the *ole and .exclusive Agent for the celebrate...

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 — 6 November 1874

.Vr.* $ • • * STUEGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER % 1874. NO. 3. BUSINESS CARDS. A O. M. MasRe, Attorney and Councelor at law. lr\\ . Speciarattention given to col- lections. . - Sturgeon Bay Wis. 45 tf Wi0 BAUNEVMIX, M.D Physician and Siir- geon.has located in Sturgeon Bay for the practiceof his profession. Many years experience and devotion to the study and practice of medicine enables him to confidentially offer his services to the pople of this vicinity. O lice opposite to A, W, j Lawrence & Co's. store. 31 tf B• O. II ANN IX. Deputy Coun y Surveyor, at- tends promptly to all calls iu his line, and guarantees satisfaction, also Insurance .. represents the.Madison Mutual. Mu ual Insurance Company in the west. Applica- tions and surveys made out f6r policies at any time. 33 tf Agent ial , the only reliable I• B. SttOTT, Teweh Sturgeon Bay, Wis., swele r and watch maker, , opposite the Cedar Street House. Dealer in Swiss and American W a t C h e S v Clocks, Jewelry and sold Pens....

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 — 6 November 1874

\"\"\"\" In i»Htiti« «nd «»V* i «''S':on. l i l i S ^ ^ l f e - l ^ l^fcitf ^ ^|**r '•* bib*?- »trM ly'iJn I *dVaWeM. PiM^--^?^^ • ' If not paid inthree ^ , ^nur m'mii* » 1 . ' \" .:infi*.n« ' i ' l i i i ii » in i i nil i mm£**iHmi**am :':vi\"\"' •'^ :V^': -WM5. WAwJB*.-:.V •/••.- • •••'. I'wrote my name in the golden sand, ? On the shore of a beautiful river r Hut a dark wave rolling along the strand, Soon gweptit from sight forever. From the faithless sand I saw it fade, Then I turned to a rock of granite, Around whose base the waters played, And carved the name upon it. Though the foaming waves around it roar, When the storm is on the river, It still remains as in days of yore, Plain and bright as ever. And thus oii the shores of the river Time, Is writing many a mortal leaving his name in right * crime Ere entering at Death's portal. And some are writing with careless hand On th$ brink of that rolling river But the next dark wave • that sweeps the strand Shall hide t...

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 — 6 November 1874

ft^f&s* y^»i^^-ys^^^i^p ^Bsse^mutmtMimm :»m- w*« COKRESPONBENCE. Correspondence solicited from all parts of tile County. Send us all items oflocal interestand if.you 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. [WRITTEN FUR THE EXPOSITOR,.] STURGEON BAY Nov. 2nd 1874. . \"O what a world this might be, If friend* were always kind In loving none to slight you, And fortune prove less blind.\" Yes far different from the one we now inhabit and ic is just what we make it ourselves by our own selfishness and self-interests. The world is large enough for us all, and w.e might live on good terms with every one, if each one would only overlook some fault he can see in others and try to point out to them wh...

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 — 6 November 1874

* & • VOLTHCE SECOND. Increase of Price. Inducements for Qlubbing with •:-% Fit»t«ciw»i Journals. '•' • . •-'•,-'• - ' ••''•/••'ry.tiij^i^'.:- '••.'.• ^W • \".'••%:•] i^ With the next dumber the first vol. ume of^theEXPOSITOR will'be coiiii^et- ed, and we arc preparing to com* be- fore, ot|r readers with renewed confi- dence. \\% ' \"\"' ' We announced, at the com men ce- ment of thi^ volume, that we felt very much like embarking upon the sea as commander of a vessel, of whose mo- lions and peculiarities we were in a great measure ignoronf. Although the past yeur has been one of great financial depression throughout the county, The Expositor has met with as great business success/as is ordinary for new journals in the most prosperous times. This success is due to the1 aid and sympathy that has been accorded by a large number of the most worthy and intelligent citizens of the couhty. In the year to come we shall not, in the least abate our efforts to merit a contin. uance of t...

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 — 6 November 1874

^^*immi*&GM*4m&mK»m>i*itt.l»i, m Woman Snfflr^ge a&dthe Family. I now turn to a side of the question on which Mr. Smith lays very great stress, and of which I am not in the least disposed to underrate the impor. know t what form or quality of life there ,4s^that% norl manifested in matter, and is hot, therefore,* to be ranked among its potentialities. All living things are material things j all organized Matures are constituted of material elements i 9B WBB NEW APVEI . IJU1 advertisements to secure tnser' tance— the extension of the suffrage to'and, throughout the scale o f life, vital, j married \\yomeh. I do not yield to Mr. Smith, or to any one* in the firmness of my conviction the family is at the bot. torn of our existing c^ili^t^on^ and I should, for my part,, regard as dearly purchased any gain in material or polit- ical well-being which shpuld introduce a jar.or weakness into this pivot of our social system. But I believe that to open political life to w...

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 — 6 November 1874

^^K :• fd$jj| jlii^Hif:JW^i^n t ,,:^ii)|. .::,not yyti •'\\$'1tajlj}t^ plained of a young man for intuiting him by asking if it was cool up there! Chirlci Heijry-v Davidson of Mary, land w^n't btovy down the muzzle of another $atoI to seewHy it didn't go Off. •\"'••:•-• .'\"iV'V\" : Peter Dayton of Arkansas threw a package into the fire to see whether it was sand or powder. It was not sand and Peter \"is hot.*' . ' « A Texas town has had no rain for the last three hundred and -ixty.five d^ys, rind the umbrella deulers there be- gin to complain of dull times. Mr. Grafton, of Kenosha, can lift a barrel oi flour with his teeth, while it's hard work even for some college pro- fessors to raise one in a whole week with their salaries. A man at Andover Mass., does not belMt in fall in prices, because he has juatjioldibr'fifty cents * pOcket-knirc which he bought for that price in 1809, and has used steadily for ibtty five years. .: A Jersey City lawyer viw making a high flown speech the o...

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 — 6 November 1874

••'•*W^»^-!Sii^*!W^ *, »,„. • W:i'Xi&?*zS*«l!im<*,v- *-#*^i.n Useful !Totea. , • — - . . , . . ,.— ... - — \" • » . 1 1 — . , . — • — - - —.* .^- ..,',—• r-'l-Ji-ww-Wfl if.'Vj i - - ^ g ^ ^ ^3 r. v V H -. , '. , Sawdust piled in large heaps * and | workx^rairkm^ tlasses ^£jradjs* harness for grass crops. : f f hot burned, it tnay be turned to good account as an apsor- bent o f liquid manure from srabies, in ' M tniexcelledjbynone. which case both the liquid and the saw.- ! .•'\"*' p t n • f \\ C O dust becomes of substantial value. v $ t * •••* B » O W K B E N . - P « 1 . core, . . ^ u ^ ^ M B \" » ' « i ^ goo d tan apples . Hat f fin, p]p«j h o r ! No Better Workman at the trade cln be found in the Country h f/^#W Stock-Of • HARNESS LEATHER and TRIMMINGS Shop first door north of Music Hall. f?~tfi fjp. Leonhardt. W. K|i)RESSER, Respeitfi|IJthaannouncessto y the people of Door County t lie keep constantly on hand a choice assortment of II SPORXI Born & Josep...

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 — 6 November 1874

-: The Handsomest, THE iBEST TOItE, Durable Pianos Wade. THBl AM Bwmtifal Bosewood, 7 l,24ctir*4 * WITHiiTOBY i m ^ '---AND — #. U L L Y *%U A A A N T E %D. Their' moderate price and uniform success have won for them the position of t »\"'••'' '™^\"' • :''\"\" MV : •••• '•'..•':•.: \\:I STANDARD OF Economy and Durability. We invite correspondence with all who desire to purchase a piano. To ihOBft Â¥ho h|veo at immediate com- mand the mean* to buy one, we will ar- range to extend a liberal credit. .''•-Address,\"? a •, Marchal & Smith Piano-Porte Co., or: ROBT. W. SMITH, Agent, 47 University Place, New York. WSIMH -m- WB offer to the public' a simple, ? cheap FAM I I V KNITYING MACHINE. In 'improving and perfecting our Automatic Mnrlilne, we have aimed at SIMPLICITY* and we confidently assert that any | ersnn of ordinary ingemiitV will be able to use the Knitting Machine with better success than a Scwinp Machine. Our Machine is not liable to get out nf order. It can be attache...

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 — 13 November 1874

w%4S VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER 13, 1874. NO, 4. LOCAL NOTES. FATTEN up the Thanksgiving turkey. BOYS, repair up your skates and sleds. MR. SCOFIELD was in town vesterdav THEY had sleignir.g in Ncgaunec Mich. Oct. 31st. DONT neglect to bank up your houses until it is too late. IF you have anything to sell advertise it in the Expositor. THE voice of the candidate is heard no more in the land. DREARY and lonesome, is how it looks about Wead's old corner. THE snuggest freeze of the season vis ited this locality last Wedoeceay night. THIS beautiful and mild.weather can. not be expected to continue much long- er WHERE is he, and who is he ? We mean the pa3tor of the M. E. Church here. ' •:•.•'! ! . ADVERTISERS be patient please this week, a half sheet cannot contain all our gas and your advertisements top. WHEN Cirbon oil can be had for 15 cis. per gallon evtry business housr in the village can afford a street lamp. A GOODLY amount «t moisture hferea bouts for the last we...

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 — 13 November 1874

iililiiiii •2^i£i 30BHWS^6I^^B^?INI :iWius& t :vfe# r it'£& lio *- v' 'l^i'^la^ite? '©Jt.ji.vr, *r.:4 •/ We wm to »uvoc»ielH« highest nn-t Ue*tJ$i«re»fsv. *f the whole peojk, afeoliueljr ngHrZkt* i f alt i»ar*^ /«»• in politic* «n Hct'tsH vc'I^'on., Tr.KM* —i)t.tr p«r annum, » ri.u!y i-i ft-lv.inre $t..ts if pan! i:i.t'tr!e«j'i\" h*. it r.f.tpuld in t'irco month* $i,s will l*« ehwrsed. FRIDAY, Nov. 13, 1874. MOW IT WAS UONE IN DOOR Ok Fr«nl Bribery and Corruption, The results of the election in Door County, on member of the legislature and on congress- man was brought about by bribery and cor- ruption. Enough of it can be proved to throw out the entire county, on a contest for the scat in Congress, and we very much underrate the *pirit of°Jab Bouck, if he shall allow Mr. Kimball to take a seat in Congress, obtained in this way without contesting it. We have already data for showing many hundred dollars used by Sawyer & Kimball in this countv for the sec...

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 — 13 November 1874

COKESS?OXIE^CE Correspondence solicited from all parts ofthe County. Send IU all items oflocal interestand 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. Ano.vy'.naus communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. \"That Little Game.\" In the. Sturgeon Bay Advocate or Oct. 22nd appeared an article with the above heading, in which the editor of that paper charged me with an attempt to play a little mean game on the Advo- cate, and with concocting a scheme to stop the issue of that ponderous sheet. '1 hinlcing that the tacts may be or\" in terest to those who read that editorial i proceed to g ve them. Some years ago I became suretv for David C. Mc Intosh—son in-law to. (he Senior editor v of the Advocate—and brother-in law to the Junigr editor of that paper....

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 — 13 November 1874

^$^^^^^0W^^S^S§M^Mi&^Si $ | | ^ ,^ ,V S, ^ w e toriiwimes have .an'- idea that Eu. tope it not welt:wooded* but on ac count M i n e amajl farms, there seems to be^'whti yott loot across the county, tn&ewbod than there is in fact. The trcei arc planted along the canal, and itreeu in Belgium, in itnught lines, «o that there is not the appearance of being so thickly wooded as are the British islet. In Holland the tree most com- mon is one almost exactly similar to the common cotton wood. In some of the more southerly countries the black lo- cast tree: ta.ithe most .frequently seen, and everywhere the trees planted are arranged in straight rows. Along the Lower Rhine forest trees were princi pally confined to sides of the highways ana ro refuse land on the hills. Higher up the valley more trees on the hills were to be seen. He noticed the care that vmj taken when earth was taken from land bordering on the railroad to make y fills,',\" how such furrowed out places were carefull...

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 — 20 November 1874

r v :i : VOL.2. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER 20, 1874. NO. 5. 8'J31N333CA*DS. A•Special G. M. Masse, Attorney and Councelor at law. attention given to col- lections. Sturgeon Bay Wis. 45 tf W• BA.UXKY MIX. M.» Physician and Sur- ijeon.has located in Sturijeon Bay frr the practice ofhi s profession. Many years experience and devotion to the study arid practice of medicine... enables him to 'confidentially offer his services to sople of this vicinity. O lice opposite to A. W. the peopl e o « tut s vicinity . Lawrence & Co's. store. 31 tf B• G. IIANNAN. Deputy Coun y Surveyor, at- tends promptly to all calls in his line, and guarantees satisfaction, also I i s J r a n e e Agent represents the Madison Mutual, the only reliable Mutual Insurance Company ill the west. Applica- tions and surveys made out for policies at any time. 33 t I B. SCOTT, Jewel • Stur!»ef»n Bay, Wis., le r and watch maker. — ,- ay , Wis.,opposite the Cedar Street House. Dealer in Swiss and American W a ...

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 — 20 November 1874

. . . « ^ / M * * ^ ^ «|«ntv for Dome*tic' Sewing Mi- chine* and Diamond Spectacles. Gieen Bay Wig. X-#lnTeMCoflce» Spice* etc. Store on Washing- ton Street, sear the Bridge Green Bay. 1% ^ EO06EW)HIIKBS, Whole«n!e Dry Goods Mer V J chant, :FwH line of Dry Good* on -hand. Or- det* promptly filled. Washington St. Green Bay : .Itillfl^fiii. Wholesale and Ret-iM TValer itt Hardware, jroh, BtecU Nail». Stove*, Tin-war*.. Wtiiiiriffl^: ,|| ^ ^I^Kk^jAiiYrfe \"BV- O o . j J *'.^.TIIF. liOY, Att^rtvy and Coi«o«e|or at Law No,. 117 Wflnhinjjtftn S'rert. Green Bay, Wii, Will Attend Court at Sturgeon Bay when denired. »7»V I^rB^TjrATro.'iAMJv :, of Green n»y, wi*. Olde*t Bank in ti citv. F.tn!ii*lic. i J Henry Strong, Pren't.—M. D. Peak, Ca»h'r. Savings Der»arrmenjPnvln«r Six per ct. eompoun interest. Sell l\\is«*r»~e 'j kket* to and from the OldI Country al«u foreign draft*. • Ol 6tf \"VTBTII^R ft Tit ACT, A««»nev, nnd Counselor* VH over National Bank of Commerce, Green Bu...

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 — 20 November 1874

a *atv*m*.mtt n.mMmmmmmtmmmimm: fore the beard an order for tine consideration of the board, directing plans, specifications cost &c-of a new courthouse and jail and also directions for providing the means and limiting the cost of such buildings, and all other mat- ters and business regarding such buildings that may be deemed requisite. Adopted. On motion committee instructed to report at ten o'clock to-morrow morning. Res. No. 5.—By Mr. Reed, Resolved:-—That the acceptance and consid- eration of the \"Abstract of Tax Sales,\" made by John Garland-be made the special order for tc-morrow morning at 9 o'clock- Carried- Res. No. 6—By\" Mr. Reed. - Resolved:—rthat the chaiinianof this beard be directed, and is hereby, authorised, to pur- chase a safe now in the county clerk's office, l'rovioed:—the same shall not cost to exceed $70 and the clerk is hereby authorised to draw an order for that amount on the county treasurer. Adopted. Res- No- 7:—By Mr. Reed. Resolve*.*:—that the slier...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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