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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 January 1875

'^§^M^^M^^0 . m At the clrise o:f one of those • financial hurricanes vyrtic• * jpe^iodically affect the United States I deemed it well to adopt a cuitoirri prevailing in that great conn- try* f l c custom 1 allude to is Agoing West.'* People are fontf of 'going West, arid undertake the journey from various and oUeu mixed motives. My own'motives' were very mixed. In the first place I had received from my friend Wash Sparkington—best of friends and most intrepid of speculators, the coolest hand at poker, and the neat- est organizer of a \" c o r n e r \" I ever met—a few *' points \" concerning the rising young township known as Sarnp- ville, t'rough which a railroad was shortly to be driven, for the purpose of developing the resources of the country, and enriching chose speculators who had got the ••point \" e^rly. | n the second place it was very hot in New York and my physician had recommended a change of air. Thirdly, I had just broken off an engagement to marry Miss Nettie Fish...

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 — 1 January 1875

but it is impossible to vic^ wTtHout ptty the abject position of our once respect- ed tellow.cuizen, «n4 rJie despair of his wife and children, crushed by this\"fear- ful blow. (Silence.) Our fallen broth er has but little personal property, and has no rich relations—(groans—but he has friends/gentlemen, rich and power, ful frineds, who will not see him go un- der for want of help. Here the public- spirited director brightened up. Hi* friends, getlnemen, are not prepared to put up four hundred thousand dollars— an immense sum—but they have taken counsel together, and are prepared to sacrifice a hundred thousand further rather than to see your late manager branded as a felon. Speaking in their name, I am prepared to offer that sum on condition that our unhappy friend be allowed to depart in peace. This proposition was scouted, the lawyer was shown out, and severely repreminded for proposing to compound a felony, but after a stormy meeting the high moral tone went oil* in a fizzle, a...

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 — 1 January 1875

rsrr Bff1^^??^g • A JiealtJ* lift*...... _ /\\ A ihocktifg Iff n§gj£ei^ff«c. ^ . ,• :: Go to work should be f It the go. Drawlrg nittiri^^orkicrcws^ Hop merchajit^ii^^niMterf.^^^ It-if never too late to marry or to mend. A wife** sccret^-her opinion of her husband. An era unknown to Woinen-the mid- dls ages. There is never a scarcity of the small- potato crop. Where to go when short of money-go to work. The earliest participants in the fall trade-Adam and Eve. Polite-44Please, sir if you'll get oft my corn long enough, I'll kick you.\" A Sunday school teacher recently told hit class that Jeremiah was the first prince of Wujls. The hair of a lady in Montpelier, Vt. turned white in a single night. She fell into a flour barrel1. The genius who is 10 invent a prac- tical substitute for worlt biPnot yefc^been born-and never will be. \"Beckie, my dedr,.)ou were a very good little girl to-daj.\" \"Yes'm, I couldn't help be^n*'||'!od. l got 'tiff neck\" A Danbury little darkey refused to...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 January 1875

w 21 UKNKIUL AGENTS FOB THE PERRY ORGANS. NEW AND ELEGAN DESIGNS '•••' IN eASES^' -- f\" ' IMPROVED HORIZONTAL IIEXLOWS Perfected Beed & Reed Chamber. The new Fhue-t'oiie is a perfectly exact imitation of he wooufcN l i t I K. Th e s u p is graduated, and is admirably adapted to the beautiful solos written for that instrument. This, in connection with the Vox Humana, makes the Vox Angelicia of the Pipe Organs. Th e Automatic or Expression Swell is an extra attachment by which the Piccolo acCompaoi- j ment is added without drawing the stops. l»y use ' of the two swell* fully twice as many cfiectsare pro- duced from the sets of Reeds as in Oigaits- of other construction, making T H E PERRY,'both' iu tone and facility of management, A Most Notable Orchestral Organ. Th e cases are most elegant specimens of cabinet work, being finished with French Walnut Pannels —tour round corners and massive ornaments' ' To The Dealer-The (Perry Organs have new improvements, which your competitor ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 1 January 1875

.'iiiiiij^iiiiSkS^te^ t ^ W ^ ^ * * * * ^ ^ * * ' '-*• SW '^vVv^^e-^:,i,!«-V*^j^s^v*! Grand Comb i T/:K AUK Beautiful Rosewood,, 71.2 .cctayes, WITH EVESY IMPROVEMENT. - A N D - F'ULLY G U A R A N T E E I . Their, modrrate price and • •nifo'-n su ' «\"ss» have Won tor them the portion of a STANDARD OF Fitted witlithe Nfcwly Invented Scribner's Patent (^aliiying Tubes. An ^invention having a most important bearing on the future reputation tif Ree ! E^OllOIliy Ultd D u r a b i l i t y . instruments, by means of which the Quantity or Volume of tore is very iaigely increased, and the quality of tone rendered i Equal to that of tho BEST PIPE ORGANS of the same capacity. Our celebrated \" Vox Celeste,\" \" Vox Htl^^^''V• VVilcot^a •Â« Octave Coupler/ ' t h e charming'** v^ello^ or •'•Â« Cloronet \" Stops, and And all the Late Improvements Can be obtalnedlonly In these Organs. Fifty different styles for the Parlor and CIruCcN 0 ?\\ fi I * \\ The BestJMaterial ^ ^ r i h n a n s h f p , ^...

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 — 8 January 1875

'•?*'**• -:••••-'-%• arc VOL.2. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN/ JANUARY 8, 1875. NO. 18. BUSINESS CARDS. C• B. FAY & CO.,—Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of* and Dealers in, Pine, Luro. oer, Shingles, Lath &c . Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on, hand. The highest market price •aid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr C K, WBTMORE. A fO., Manufacturer* and | • Dealers in all kinds of Shaved and Turned J Handles for axes, miners' and railroad tiols, from | l»-tt second-growth hickory. Prtnn, Williams Co., ! Ohio. 4tf JOHN, UAULAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or show racts of land to parties wishing, to make purchases: negotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and ell land on commission make examination of lands \"or non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts I i nd plats investigate titles, paytaxes and ttrans- ict a General Real Estate business. 25iy I HALF-WAYBay. HOUSR between Gre^i71J7y~and ! Sturgeon Goad Stabling. Good meals u all times....

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 January 1875

^E:ExrfeiifbRi PUBLISHED RV ^*«6wU*.-r fc*y: ^•^y^iviifAV«**»»«»- A«A«fcr^,#f*?t\"! *TC CI\" W*ajmto«dvoc«t«th*hghe» »nlbe« interests »fthe whole people, atxolmely regardless of aty paiw' TK*M's ~$i,on p! annum, ft,?5 if paid j»i three month1*. months ( i »• r ' li m i paid y in. advance in three Thi Befom Pwt7 tnd the Bftll*roftdi. • •• • There has been no Hu'e pbUo^pphis. ing upon the causes of the defeatof the Reform Party .in Wisconsin, last fa|J. Many theories have been advanced, and all have agreed that the defeat was mpre or less a mystery :—% mystery which seems a'T 'the more obscure iri ! the 'light of th'fc te?irible defeats the Republican party sustained in nearly every: other stolen) th* union, and1 of tnV\" sudden and swiping majorities w i r j j w ^ the J ^^aiiroa^ que^on aiv4 avoided all ref Reformers carried the state a year ago. j CrenCe to His party's lajnstff |he, i|w^#e1 crid. ^enj»|j (&rpen«r he b r g c ^ -: l^^pig^is: 'io|^ ^ and argument...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 January 1875

:fl7r?iV. , K'!*'^- -.«?St»siii\"W«»!»[K^'.,-\" •••*mmrt **r\"Wie«-»*« ',«si ^s»*vwt'«'WS t E \"' €0KKESP0N1ENCB Correspondence solicited from all parts,ofthe County. Send us all items oflocal interest and a^you do not have time to arrange them prop. «rly we Will attend to that. Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. Writers for this column must, in all cases, com nunicate their red names, confidentially to the Editor. An3 ynu communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. Paul Poppleton onca more. Fish Creek, Jan. 3d, 1875. On Sunday,again I drop you aline. The cold is intense—the weather is fine. ''Christmas was Christmas here as in other places So also likewise New Years neither did OUT' people deviate from the admonition and time honored custom of \"eat and drink and be merry.\" Many a \"Merry Christmas\" and \"Hap. py New Year\" were thrown at me as 1 passed to and from my work, (for work I did and work I mu...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 January 1875

PIHHIY •••.•••tf ^'»a^5Y.j^ -.j One desprlt&ld day, last jinnewary, •MlifSD^o|ft\"$c^dw I^D| iff oiit 'us, ^ and wyrf jij^iifr pr-fljaden: : ^Slitter rown** w y i the M w e Baptisses air calc'latin1 on gettin' up a necktie par- ty* as they call 'eni and of course w« expect you, bein'one of the bright and •hitiin, light* of society, will put your shoulder to the wheel, as it ware, and help ^ e good cause alon&. We Wan- to raise some money to help pay up Elder Skagga,\" says she, \"and we've 'bout made up our minds that we can do it as easy this way as any other\" says -$h*v-'- J was struk ali o f a heap, as it ware-— for a necktie party was somethin' that I hadn't never heerd on in all my nat'ral life. So, says I, arter I had kinder rekivercd from my surprise: •'Miss Scudder, what on airth is a necktie party?\" says I for I make bold to say that! don't know no more 'bout it than nothin'at all.'* \"Fa&orum sakes alive!\" says she, look- in* kind of contemptuous and scorn...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 January 1875

OFFICIAfcMR^CTO&X f^t CAKIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer, • C. A. MASsE, County Clerk. \\VM. WAGENER, Sheriff. R. M. WRIGHT, County Judge. O. E. DREUTZER, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of the Court. J AS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. Cms DANIELS, Superintendant of Schools. H. SCHUYLER. County Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board ofSupervisors. SLABS [From J ezreel's Saw.] Market Reports—Tongue, plenty, but going fast brains, scarce and want- ed cheek, full supply pluck, market bare hearts, unsteady, price fluctuating, mostly sold for cash on'delivery. Mr. Editor. I hear that the honora. — i ing h« suddenly grew \"weak and soon passed-|nto lunconsciouine^s. 1$ proved to hi ain attkene of paralysis, from which he died on Monday. * Mr, Smith was early left with immense landed estates in the state of New York, vhtc grad- ually grew into almost fabulous ?alu& For more than fifty years he lavished his wealth upon the needy. He enlisted among the first, in the ranks of the...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 8 January 1875

mmmmmasmm y-^&M^M. ^±:- ^--yyA •\".• • \" ? S?Si^iilcifc?-- rfell^Sto---'''' robs ittge-coichci md brciks femil e \"jilii^ lock oflady's hair next to bis heart §nd has tisicls on his boot. The school of highway robbery i n California is full of Joaquin Milters. ^ . An infantry soldier in trie Russian ar- my carries 68 pounds the English sol- dier 62 and the French 62 the Prus. aims 61 the Swiss ,59 the American $3 the Italian 53 and the Austrian 47. A stocking with nothing in it on Christmas morning is not a funny sight. It does not help the case when a ragged child shivers up to that stocking and runs a bony hand down into the toe, and realizes that it is empty. We know men who would give as much at a cent to stop that performance right there. As evidence of the fa£l that'tis an un- healthy time for \" organs.\" Tbt Wen em Rural mentions no lets than seven Grange paper* whi. h, within a week or two, have gone where the woodbine twineth. The disease appears to be ep- idemic. ...

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 — 8 January 1875

WINO& 417 Broome St., N. Y. GKXERAL A1JKNTSfcOHTHK &I.37 CZ) X1!. SO •' HARNESS SHOP! Sturgeon Ray is now the place for harness | work of all kinds, classes and grades. PIJVNSS | Horn & Joseph,j PERRY ORGANS.! DEALERSIH- -'::'WM. NEW.AND ELEGAN DESIGNS IN CASES. ^ 1 MPROVED HORIZONTAL BELLOWS Perfected Seed & Seed Chamber. The new Flute-tone is a perfectly exact imitation of he WOOOKN FLUTE. The st6p is graduated, and is •idmirably adapted to the beautiful solos written for ihat instrument. This, in connection with the Vox Humana, makes the Vox Angelicia of the Pipe Organs. The Automatic or Expression Swell is an extra attachmeut by which the Piccolo accompani- ment is added without drawing the stops. By use uf the two swells fully twice as many effects are pro- duced from the sets of Reeds as in Organs of other construction, making THE PERRY, both in tone .xncHaciiity of management, A Most Notable Orchestral Organ. The cases are most elegant specimens of cabinet wor...

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 — 8 January 1875

IMPROVED AITS . ,_....JJ6iiii'^'y/sp w e ft* moot jbeatu t fc f n f i n m yle c i:tt i e s i c t i»». e\\cr plucc d in CHV Ol S.tt I .w •// ix yrct/i,.. - n by an extr a «.er. 01 rcctir, pecis'« uhf.ii -'i #S'«ry\"i' CIS AI?M1\\C . A.ft * £OUI, « S T 1 It'll ARC1, TA T 115 N o/ tf • Kuroait .Voire I S -6til'LUL.. J«:ms liiiHl. TERS* Phif'harircr!' Ore „ . Hencscmeit. . pi s AUK •'' j- •'• • •' -•Â«-^»'*--*. iv.. , . ^ v.',:/j.„. , v', '- — AND — F U L L Y ' \" G U A R A N T E E D. Their n odera e pr'-'-c amj ui''om J su ••\"'•s.s lia-. c won for the in 'the v u-iwn I of a ! / Fitted: with the Newly Jnvcptecl Scribncrs Patent Qualify ina Tubes. An invention having a most important bearing on the fuVure reputation of'R'cc instruments, by means of which the Quantity or Volume or'tone is very lait-eh • increased, and the quality of tone rendered Equal to that of the BEST PIPE ORGANS of the s a m e capacity. Our celebrated \" Vpx Cele&te,'' \" Vox Humana,*' '« Wilcox Parent...

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 — 15 January 1875

VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, JANUARY 'U,' 1875. NO. 13. BUSINESS CARDS. C• B. FAY & CO..—Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in, Pine, Lura. fcer, Shingles, Lath &c . Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. 1'he highest market price •aid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr C. B. WETMORE, & CO., Manufacture.is and Dealers in all kinds of Shaved and Turned Handles for axes, miners\" and railroad tools, from bmt second-growth hickory. Brian, Williams Co., Ohio. 4 tf JOHN, GARLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personaliy examine or show racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: •egotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and .ell land on commission make examination of lands or non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts »nd plats investigate titles, paytaxes and ttrans- »ct a General Real Estate business. asiy ALF-WAY HOUSE Ictween Green Bay and Sturgeon Ray. Good Stabling. Good meals u all times. Only eighty rods trom the Bay sho...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 January 1875

v • • • • . . ?UELisnEt) EVERY rrtii^•v& dbOp.| titriwaoir BAT, wi* We aim to advocate the highest and best interests •f the whole people, absolutely regardless of all par- lies in politic* and sects in religion. * TkMMft^-$f ,00 per annum, strictly in advance |i.»S 'f l»id in three month*. If not paid in three months #1,50 will be charged. FRIDAY, JAN. 10, ICe* A Little Wholwoms Troth Tellloff. The Eric Gazette, the organ of the Republican Party in Northern Pensylva- nia has the following wholesome Truth Tilling, regarding the political situation. It is wholesome diet for all administra- tion republicans, and we commend it to their perusal. But as there is no great loss without some small gain, it is a source of con- solation, to feel in one's bones that the elections huve knocked the Third Term conspiracy higher than Tilton knocked Beocher's Life- of Christ. Even the Caseya, the Packard*, the Shepards, the Sanborns. the Jayneses, the Babcocks, (he carpetbaggers and tidewaite...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 January 1875

WKKlft*xxsMsm Correspondence solicited from all parts ofthe County. Send us all items oflocal interest and tfjrou do hot have time to arrange them prop-, erty, we will attend 4o that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- »ibb. Writers, for this column must, in all cases, fiomthuiucate their real names, confidentiallythey to the Editor. Ano: y:iwus communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. ,J* • \"-:^rrz\".:-:. „^_L-_^ , FISH CREEK, Jan, 121875. MR. EDITOR :—In response to yours saying tha* some of those who have re- cently stepped down and out have imag. »ned that I referred to them in my letter last week when I said \"a friend of yours and ex-oflicio a friend of mine''. Please to inform them that by \"ex-oflicio\" 1 did not mean an ex officer•, but meart to be understood that by virtue of his being a friend of yours he was a friend of mine. I did not aim that reference at any ex. officer or anybody else in particular, but...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 January 1875

i^^ M#SM!f^'^g'^^i^..-iwf ||^g|®^^^l|S:3C^l4» Although the first recorded miracle in the JNew Testament was the converting of writer into wine at: a marriage cere* mooy, it is, nevertheless, not always safe to imbibe, even at a wedding, unless you know something of the vintage. Mis- takes will happen, as was the case not long since with, Rev* Dr. ———^ of Newburyportj who was called down from his chamber to marry a couple. The hour was late, and the minister's wife, who had retired for the night, did not rise to witness the ceremony, but gave her husband particular directious for entertaining the wedding guests. '•Don't forget to pass the cake and wine doctor,'' said she. \"The cake is in the corner cupboard, and the wine you'll find the wine on the third right-hand shelf in the sideboard.\" ' T h e doctor promised obedience, and, putting bn%irPmlnls? werft o\\wf to perform the ceremoney. When he re- turned to his chamber, half an hour lat- er, he found his wife, sitting up in bed,...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 January 1875

•p DOOR COUNTY (MmCIAl, DIRECTORY. CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer, C. A. MASSE, County Clerk. W M . WA&ENER, Sheriff. K. M. WRIGHT. County Judge. O. E. DREUTZER, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of the Court. JAS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendant of Schools. H. SCHUYLER, County Surveyor A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] spectable call upon their maker to damn their own, or their neighbor's soul. I wonder it they are joking --~but what a fearful joke. When I hear a man running down his fellow man on general principles I cannot but feel that he is pretty low himself and is trying to pull others dowu to join his company. Here is the latest financial platform \"Contract your old debts, but never contract any new ones. —-—-—~*—mmmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A young lady in Oconto began to laugh last Sunday, and at last accounts she was still laughing, at first it was thought she was in...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 January 1875

A Gilvenon damsel has sued • young fellowforbreaking tenose while \" . S ^ S S • • • • :f%i?%:€^:i4 ^%'* ™'$ • \" '•'-••-''\"'* - i it V' j \" 0 1 ^ oievery race and nation 'ttrnpt^^^^^^^til^h^yvill' I'orseveral^ars^c^av^ui have been atlctecl Thefr^* Hoosii c tunnel hastt a t late pais ed •\\0 Wt%in4f. ti^i'&iii of Massa- chusettf, the Lie«ten»nt Governor and & Dehos, To^ oni e am i all , both'ngreat ami small, of every occupation. To young and old, the shy and I Manufacturers °f BO 0 TS AND SHOES, g r e a t te n drea m and «|n#:-thedgreaticot sa real goodtelolnttotis: %roken 0uf- memory tells us of hopes that were net realized'and of fears that were Hut one thing amid all j l»*'s panorama of memory stands prominently tc-day before our mind's eye, and that is^the gen-! council'h|vjto£*^ • *. ' I th e shaSdi*y. S ' The tota l amoun t ai-j Good Goods at Reasonable prices. lowed for extra work is 27/I ^5.45 dol- j It has been our constant and earnest effort to furnish t...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 January 1875

WINO&SO 41 7 Broom e St., K. Y. GLNF.RAL AGENTS F O B THE {9 PERRY ORGANS. NEW AND ELEGAN DESIGNS IN CASES. IMPROVED HORIZONTA L BELLOWS Perfected Real & Heed Chamber. The new Flute-tone is a perfectly exact imitation of he WOODEN FI.UTIS. Th e st6p is graduated, and is admirably adapted to the beautiful solos written for that instrument. This , in connection with the Vox Humana, makes the Vox Angelicia of the Pipe Organs. Th e Automatic or* Repression Swell is an extra attachmeut by which the Piccolo accompani- ment is added without drawing the stops. Hy use of the two swells fully twice as many effects are pro- duced from the sets of Reeds as in Organs of other construction, making T H E P E R R Y , both in tone and facility of management, A Host Notable Orchestral Organ. Th e cases are most elegant specimens of cabinet work, being finished with French Walnut Pannels - tour roun*J corners and massive ornaments. To Tha Dealer-Thel?erry Organs have ne v improvements, which y...

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