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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 15 January 1875

IpjfiiipiPjiSSjWS^ Simmons & (IMPROVED ORCA1TS ! A B - A T E R S ' vesper si The Handsomest, THE BEST TONE, - THE MOST - Durable Pianos Made. TIIKI' ABE _^Beautiful Bosewood, 7 1.2 octaves, WITH EVERY IMPROVEMENT, ! . — AND — F U L L Y G U A R A N T E E D . ,AA T . ± . 1 120 Lexington AYEUM, Their moderate price and uniform | ^ R 2 m 3 success have won tor them the position. i An Indeoehdent rnvsicianti arrtit-m«Mtleaultu •lyl© (Uiul icrtect I n t v u v e v c k 1 m a d e . */*«.*» « * u.t bc^l «\\ er placed in am- Oi$&lt . Uvfrro'iK K by an cxtvn. set o/ jv«-V pc«:!« iarly vcuc?:, , the JL-TFa « 'i* A,'' ClUAi : KI' S .: if/lift- ITS Iflir- TAT.ICN o/ «/..? KninaiiVutr o r. _ IS fcl'i l_li£_.* ^ \" **' Joins tU.r.iJ, .d Orchestra O B*%AMC|-,\"rt IJWaQUE FBEM *.\". nrnfle^rleo-nbine P5JRITV - v '- Cirsa* v.-iih great volume of for- - or MejMBC IIAJL1L. WaterG' WOVJ CcaSc PSareo togrc&tpower «•?••• « « ffSBto Mingi\"-:? t o n c , «,-i./t n i l modern inipr...

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 — 22 January 1875

\"-VK»H ••.-.,.•- ITOR. ' « -vr VOL.2. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, JANUARY 22,1875. . 14. = r BUSINESS CARDS. — i G• B. FAY A CO.,-Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis Manufacturers of, and Dealers in. Pine, Lum. uer, Shingles, Lath & c , Dry and dressed Lum- te always on hand. The highest market price •aid for Farmers PVoduce. 37 yr C S, WETMORK, & CO,. Manufacturer* n M a Dealers in all kinds of Shaved and Turned Handles for axes vv^rs' and ra:lror,d cols, (r - hn second-growth h -'UP.'. Brian, Williams C-. Ohio. 4 if JOHN, OAKLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personalty examine or show :ractsof land to parties wishing to make purchases: negotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and iellland on commission make examination of lands or non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, paytaxes and trans - act a General Real Estate business. ajiy HALF-WAVBay. HOUSE between Green Bay and Sturgeon Good Stabling. Good meals « all times. Only eight...

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 — 22 January 1875

~ w . • / • •I $:tu-tY«rxs. We sun to advocate the highest and bet? interest* tfi^^lio^ peopled ab^ioteiy wordiest of all jar- *t» iapolUkaand(Mrc»»ini*l»cion. , T«aM«:-$i#o pet annum, •trfcttjr in advance iti** Iffwtid In thrtte wociti*i If itot paid :m thro months $1,50 will be charged. FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1*7 6. The Governor^ Message was pub- lished last week. jQur limited space prevents our reproducing it. We mri st accord our assent to the universal yer* diet of i^e press, that it w a very able state paper, one of the best that has been produced this winter, tie calls especial attention to the cor- i upt use of money in elections. TVis matter alone i| sutficlent ^to call down the anathemas o£ the -, Sawyer-Harris ring in Door and Kewaunee counties, and ihe old Republican riiig leaders gen* erally^ Hesayi I feel confident that you will concur with me jUuj&jca evils attendant juipjT our elections, es- pccially mah^^iWffom lb influence remits by \"• ucoWupt use of money. ...

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 — 22 January 1875

Correspondence sblLi'ed from all parts of the County. Send us all item oflocal interest and It^you do not have time to arrange them prop* *ly, we will attend to tuat, Make your com- munications comprchexsivtj butas brief as pot* aible. Writers for tal-. c!u.n must, in all cases, communicate tha'r rer.l names, confidentially to the Editor. Ano ynuu communications will not be publ.slu.l u -.!e-j3 this rule is strictly observed. The Objective Point in Creation. STURGK N BAY, «V,S , Jan. 17, 1875. —••'VI LD.T'.K . With your permission I w j , r . • your readers with some of flu- thoughts that wing their way aero*- tl e held of my contemplations, as 1 sit lonely and meditative this chill winter * Sabbath. Notwithstanding the white mantle of winter is spread upon the earth and the zephyr's breath is chilly, yet I can realize that all nature is beautiful not be- cause the sun shines, the ilowds bloom, and the breezes come laden with the aro ma or flowers, but because there i a manifest on...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 22 January 1875

iii!g.(iii,ii..l.rr.it.''1'.\"'. V'1!..: V?.,'..iilC','\"j\"'i!'''yj'.'Mf '.••..'i..:.' •,-'.• THUCINieOf COLOBADO. a KABULOU* WKALTH THAT U5DE1LIES THE T SUBITOUT. Tht Kaormoa* Yield of Dlfrtrlnfi tlmt h»d been AI»«»4O»»I-MOMU1 MI«Ug »sd Mlnlag Flv« Mildred tfwtDwp. DENVER, Colorado, Jan. 2d, 1875.-- Beforc the close of the present Congress this Territory will probably take her place in the great sisterhood of States, and a lively scramble for office may be looked for next autumn if the State bill goes through. H. M. Teller is the ablest of the Republicans and their best orator, and has a, reputation for honesty and respectability. He wants a seat in the Senate and so does ChafTeen and Evans, who are of the Jones and Sharan of Nevada style:—they would buy ,jpip_a whole Legislatnre or commun- ity it possible rather than run the risk of failure, ^morijj the Democrats who would like to go to the Senate are H. B. Morse and B. M. Hughes. There is a heavy Granger vote that may p...

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 — 22 January 1875

\"•' ^7**^*i4ljMUi^*^'*^^w^« It «s said that the wcrst sealUwags CHRIS. LEONHA^DT, County Treasurer, ^ I ^ J A S S E , County Clerk. • : ^ K ? ^ ^ G E N E R , Sheriff. I t i ^ ^ R t q H T , County Judge. O. E^REUTZER, District Attonal CHRKIDANIELS, Clerk of the Courj j A i KEOGH JR., Register of Dee*N|p|\\ CHRIS DANIELS, Super&uendant o f j ^ i H. SCHUYLER. County Surveyor. \"$£ A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board of Supervisor! SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] Standing upon the shore of time with the eternal past behind me and the eter- nal future before me , I a m compelled to wonder wh y Infinite Goodness ever permitted treasury thieves t o steal th e money wrung from th e poor laboring classes. Wher e it concerns himself, wh o is angry at a slander makes it true. Ben Johnson. T h a t county officer wh o labors un- remittingly in the temperance cause b y setting vety frequent example ! o f the pernicious effceis, of intoxication i s — well I've nothing more to say this time. T h e r e is n...

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 — 22 January 1875

0^§(^0s^ie^fimsiiis^^if' C«IP8. Ohio Knigti of Pytbius number 50, mammmmmmm 006, W01 IM W-t$ f'fitiffiltii By the Wagener & Dehos, ctnadiin Pacific R^lrw^v Murray Hill, New York City, is not as safe it nigbu as Five Points. What ^i||ei ^frdtime8T-To many spend money and too lew earn it. They build them of iron now and yet call them light house*.—New York Graphic*. ...',,,„• :,.,._' • A Piiite princess is the ower oi a silver mine in Nevada* Squinty is look- ing that way. Those merchants and other business men who want to sail smoothly should use a little printer's ink. Mor copper v\\as produced this year at Lake Superior than in any year since copper mining begun in that region. The editor of the Milwaukee Ntm concludes that the wor»tkind of au ed- ucation is to be brought up by a police- man. 44'1 he honeymoon is all well enough,\" taid a prudent belle, \"but what 1 want to see beyond that is the proutne of a fine harvest moon. Wolves are plenty about Shawano.. Oshkosh has p...

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 — 22 January 1875

WINGftSO,. 41 7 'Kwaest., Jr^w G8XEBAL AGENTS FOB tHR PERRY ORGANS. NEW AND ELEGAN DESIGNS IN CASES. IMPROVED HORIZONTAL BELLOWS Perfected Seed & Seed Chamber. The new Flute-lone is a perfectly exact imitation of he WOODEN FuuTii. Th e stfip 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 c*tra attachmeut by which the Piccolo accompani- ment is added without drawing the stops. By 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 Most Notable Orchestral Organ. The 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 ne v improvement- , which your competitor...

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 — 22 January 1875

Simmons & Clough ^-iMPRdvfeb thnra. Fitted with the Newly Invented Scribner's Patent Qualifying Tubes. An invention having a most important bearing on the future reputation of Ree nstruments, by means of which the Quantity or Volume of tone is very largely increased, and the quality of tone rendered Equal to that of the BE8T PIPE ORCAN8 of the same capacity Our celebrated \" Vox Celeste,\" \"Vox Humana,\" '• Wilcox Patent/' «• Octave Coupler,\" the charming «• Cello \" or •• Cloronet \" Stops, and And all the Late Improvements Can be obtained!only in these Organs. Fifty different styles for the Parlor and Church, The Best Material and Workmanship, Quality and Volume of Tone Unequalled PRICES $50 to $500.\" FACTORY AND WAREROOMS, COR. SIXTH AND CONGRESS STS. [Established in 1850] ]-^ffc AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY. Address Simmons & Clough Organ Co., Detroit^Mich. W5i—mio—3 nt and comes to the shore at But few rods from the loeation of a dock to be built the coming summer...

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 — 29 January 1875

i Aw THE VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, JANUARY 29,1875. NO. 15. BUSINESS CARDS. (~* B. FAY A CO..—Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. \\s» Manufacturers of, and Dealers in, Pine, Lum. blr, Shingles, Lath &c. Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price paid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr C K, WETMORE, & €0. . ManufactureTs and • Dealers in all kinds of Shaved and Turned Handles for axes, miners' and railroad tools, from brtt second-growth hickory. Brian, Williams Co., Ohio. 4 tf JOHN, GARLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or snow ractsof land to parties wishing to make purchases: negotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and sell land on commission make examination of lands for non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, paytaxes and ttrans- tct a General Real Estate business. asiy ALF-WAY HOUSE between Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay. Good Stabling. Good meals H at all times. Only eighty rods from the...

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 — 29 January 1875

.,V -*Vtf C:i ^ We urn fa nuvocale the highest ah 1i«»t interests »f the whole people, obmHttely wtpardtewi of alt p«r- /ict in poKii « and sect* in religion. .'?.-• TftR*i« -i-C.fU3e/ per Mntiiim »*rJ.:tly (n advance $i.?5 if pa.'J in three month*. If not paid in three months $1,50 will b« charged. ' ' : FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1875. JMOL THE BSOWN 00UNT7 TBEAStTBEB. (From the Green Biy ^ M / A ) It turns out to be a fact that ex-trcas- urer Van Stralen is now on his way to Holland—though to escape his liabili- ties is not so true. He is said to have tailed from Boston on Saturday or Mon- day last. Without denying his guilt as a defaulter, it is still evident that he ha* not designed to defraud the county and has made Vigorous efforts W ? straighten out his official accounts. Wt under- stand that he offered, ample real estate security to his bondslmen it they would come forward with the amount—some- thing upwards of 88,doo-~to make good his deficit until he could raise that sum 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 — 29 January 1875

COEXtESPONDSXCE. Correspondence soli.itcd from all parts ofthe Coqnty. Ssad us all itr.ns oflocal interest and ifjrou do not have time, to arrange them prop- erly, we will atteaMo thr.t, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. Writers for t'.:\".s column must, in all cases, communicate ths.r re.'.l names, confidentially to the Edit jr. Anj ynju communications will not be'publish.*.! u .loss this rule is strictly observed. DEAR * EXPOSITOR:—According to agreement I furnish a few notes of my trip through some of the northern por- tions of the county. I 'eft Sturgeon Bay about 9 o'clock A. M. The sleighing was superb. My first stop was at Chas. Holme's saloon. It is my rule never to pass a saloon with- out stopping. Everything here was quiet, no drunken men to be seen nor could I hear that there had been any brunken men about there. Perhaps there was ore stowed away in some hole or corner which missed my obser- vation. I have made up myjinind that Charley a...

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 — 29 January 1875

mmm PINNEY A GO*, fwfcllfherf. irfrfi\"\"1'\"ifiriT1'T'rii:--f7iiiiV •-•-• \"• • ima As the season /or mak- ing hot-beds approaches, we devote a little spa'e to tKei culture of some plants which should be started earlier than they can be in sin out-door bed. This week We will call attention to the culture of Celery. Very little of this esculent has ever been grown in [Door couhiy. There is no reason why Celery should !not be grown to the same fextent as cabbage, as it is certainly as easily grown •nd as valuable. Our remarks^ and direc- tions are mainly copied from VicVs Catalogue. Mr. Vick has also kindly furnished us the cuts we use to illus- trate this article. Celery is a luxury that few would like to dispense with*, and fortunately there is no necessity for such a sacri fice, as every one who has control of a few feet of ground, with a little skill and industry, can grow a winter's sup- ply. To obtain good Celery, it is nec- essary that the plants should be strong and well grow...

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 — 29 January 1875

if CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer, C^ i IfASsE, County Clerk. V^lf. WAGENER, Sheriff. Rv M* ^RIGHT, County Judge. , 6. £ EMUTZER, District Attorney|^ •':# CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of the Courtg , 'JAS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deed$l| ^ CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendant of Schools. H. SCHUYLER. County Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] Sorrow comes soon enough without despondency. It does no man good to carry around a lightning rod to attract trouble. There are 24,000 idiots in this coun- try who are acknowledged as such. The majority of people will regard these fig- ures as being a low estimate. Take care to be an economist in pros- perity there is no fear of not being one in adversity. Slander soaks into the mind as water into low and marshy places, where it becomes stagnant and offensive.—-600/0. ciut. Sap has begun to run. I mean sap from sap heads, I dont know who tap- ped them, nor when he will sugar off. The papers say Nellie Grant is com...

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 — 29 January 1875

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ j ^ ^ ^ * * g g B j g ^ g ^ M g « ^ ^ ^ ^l^^t^#)Mi-&(k?-**M'l -••*: Afet*ywfc Florence McCarthy, the notorious Baptist divine of Cbicigo, is going to berltwyerv Twenty-three boot and shoe drum- Blessed tre they who scatter ashes on slippery sidewalks. For they shall slide easily through the gates of Paradise. A Kentucky bog tried to bring up a brood of tKickeds ^ the straight and narrow path, but finally got discouraged and let a locomotive cut him in two. Three hundred water-pipes burst in Cincinnati during the late cold snap, ancTthe people of that place are think- ing how much safer it is to cajry a pint bottle in the coat tail Dock.-t. King David is going to.#Sc. Louis to sec the.bridge, but he will first visit Chicago. AiyChicagQ has no bridge, it still remains a profound mystery to the St. Louis man what he is going there foi^-Sroof/yhv Argus. A Missourian who attended prayer meeting with his daughter felt compell- ed to rise up and remark. \"I want to b...

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 — 29 January 1875

WiNO&SOiV 417 Broom s St., H. T. GENERAL AGENTS FOE THE D PERRY ORGANS. NEW AND ELEGAN DESIGNS IN CASES. IMPROVED HORIZONTAL BELLOWS Perfected Rood & Seed Chamber. The new Flute-tone is a perfeotly exact imitation of he WOOOEN FLUTE. The 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 Angclicia 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 of the two swells fully twice as many effects are pro- duced from the sets of Reeds as in Organs of other construction, making TH E PERRY, both in tone »nd facility of management, A Most Notable Orchestral Organ. The cases are most elegant specimens of cabinet work, being finished with French Walnut Punnets —tour round corners and massive ornaments. To The Dealer-The Perry Organs h.»ve n r.v improvements, which your competitor ...

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 — 29 January 1875

mammaemam *&>r* -. ••••••'iafeV-- £' .-\".-yiajx' ^ft- ^^fo»t a^yy .:,^/ ^ ' IMPROVED O r and Combination Fitted with the Newly Invented ScribnerYPatent Qualifying Tubes. An invention having a most important bearing on the future reputation of Reed instrumentsTby means of which the Quantity or Volume of tone is very laigely increased, and the quality of tone rendered Equal to that of the BEST PIPE ORGANS or the same capacity Our celebrated \" Vox Celeste,\" \" Vox Humana,\" « Wilcox Patent,\" «« Octave Coupler,\" the charming1' Cello '* or ••• Cloronet \" Stops, and And all the Late Improvements Can be obtained!only In these Organs. Fifty different styles for the Parlor and Church, ^ The Best Material and AYorkrt^nship, Quality arid Volume of Tone Unequalled PUKES $50 to $500. FACTORY AND W^R|RQpM8 r COR. SIXTH AND CONGRESS STS. [Established in 1850] ItgT* AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY. Address Simmons & dough Organ Co., Detroit,'Mich.- W51—mio—3 m HARD WOO D LAN...

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 — 5 February 1875

itfv^sfesptjgiM**.'! -ajrfifciw•**••*«», t^-ay^^**^** '•T-*»«i(Nh«fi*-'-****-:' *** x.wtoz&fir' *&W&*^&*#?< •••• i a m VOL.2. =acr STt2JRO^:BAYJ SIN, FEBRUARY 5,1875. NO. 16. BUSINESS CARDS. C• B, EAY A CO..-Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealer* in. Pine, Lum. er Shingles, Lath Ac., Dry and dressed Lum- »er always o« hwd. The highest market price •aid for Farmers Produce. ' 37 yr C• R. WETHOUE, * CO.. Manufacturers and Dealers i« all kinds of Shaved and Turned Handles for axes, miners' and railroad tools, from W secoad-growth hickory. Brian, Williams Co., Ohio. 4tf JOHN, (UBLIND. Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or show :racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: •egotiate logins am Real Estrte security buy and «ell land on commission make examination of lands for non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, paytaxes and trans- act a General Real Estate business. *...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 February 1875

* - ' * - • * % • ( , Wvwmtft «dvio«*(« fh« highnt Mid b*tt interest* :i Mud **scfiIC retfgion. ! * • € T«*M* -»#*,oo per annum, strictly in advance $wtJ if p*i4 in^hfM Itronth*. If not paid in three f 1150 will be charged, ^ . • ' .ia*afl*fi*i . .•:•••• _ WO:nth* funded, or any part thereof returned to the credit, of the county. And to close t'eir career a day or two before Mr. Cpjlis&oii toa|t,pos«sip ofah* o%e, ut.fe.av:mm •brnejd^s a fte| JjE'V \" ken li s 0*h ..•Â« C FRIDAY, F*B ffo, )8? f nm coin^uouy whwe courae ii Wonfis- t«t /I'flFJic acriorr taken regarding the ^Jdfcjpn\" Colignon / la1 an of this' fruth. alW^f ^ i ^ H i r r # ar eftf: uty, over two thousand dollars /# v*j A not IgnW* fenfefift|-4he office wavpnrposley delayed several days that this ntrroney might fall iitf& •&&$'& \\i*nds. Tvest trrfytti fbartbe Couttty mortis will tkm to 'be trite EVERV ofctf 0* THEM!1 Theh^Mtrrit is well known\"thatMCol- igriotf was eletrtd for the express pu...

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 — 5 February 1875

aw-.^^******\"**^^********^^ .'utMMKCitiacM^rA » ••.v^y^*mt^^»- «x-v#a»i«t5*»-j --nt DOOR COUNTY OFFlCULMREC$iRÂ¥ CHRIS. I^NIURDT, County Treasurer, C. A- MASSE, fcoui\\ty Cleric.v WM. WAGENER, Sheriff., , \",l: R. M. WRIGHT, County Judge, OvE. DREUTZER, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of the Court. JAS. KEOGH JIL, Register of Deeds. CHRISDANIEUS, Superintendant of Schools. Hi^HUYLER, Qounty Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board ofSupervisors. £ CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence solicited from all parts ofthe Oounty. Send us all items oflocal interestand Ifyou do not have time to arrange them prop* «riy, we will attend to that, Make your com. mnnications comprehensive but as briefas pot* aible. Writers for this column must, inall cases, aommunicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous, communications -will not be published uaicss this rule is strictly Cfcsenred. HORSE SHOE BAY, FEB. 1st. 1875. MR. EDITOR ot EXPOSITOR :—With your permission, {will try, a...

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