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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 5 February 1875

pmnwr t CO.. PuMi****. or fCPKiritoBifer boos couxTT. Board met pcrsuant to call. MK Noble in t N y M ^ Roll called. Member* responded as Menu. Decamp, Franc, Graham, Noble, Pinney, Spring, Warren, and Zettie.—8. ? Board adjourned uptil i .o'clock P. M an. 26, 1875, . I o,clock, P r M . Board met pursuant to adjournment Roll Vailed. Members responded as follows: . ^ : Messrs. Decamp, Franc, Graham, KirtUnd Mullane, Noble, Pinncy, Ri- ley, Reed, Spring, Warren, Wiltse, Zettle.—-13. It was moved by Mr. Pinncy* and seconded that Messrs. Fetzer and Garrett be excused trom attending on (his meet- ingot'this Board. Carried. Res. No. 1—By Mr. Pinney. Resolved,—that the committee elect* ed at the annual meeting to settle with the Towns be discharged. Ayes and Noes Called lor. Ayes, Messrs. Graham, Kirtland, Noble, Pinney, Reed and Warren.—6 Noes. Messrs. Decwmp, Franc, Mullane, Riley, Spring, Wiltse und Zettle.—7 Res. No 2—By Mr. Warren. Resiivtd,—th9t the Chairman be re- quested to appoint...

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 — 5 February 1875

* • • • • • ' ^ ^ * * * ^ * W » ^ ' » W « M « » M ^ ^ for^onsi Report of committee. «**-*** MR. CHAIRMAN:—Your committee to whom . was referred thi bil^of C. A. Masse fpt'gervifei in making statement of back certificates and for canvass of Member of Assembly at Kewau- nee, having had the same under consideration and find the same correct, and would recom- mend the same be allowed in full at $35. Joseph Zettel, Ch'n qf committee. On niot'ton report of committee was accept- ed and concurred in by the Board. Report of cbmmittee. MR. CHAIRMAN:—Your committee to whom was referred the matter of the following tax certificates, have instructed me to make the following report: Certificate No. 53, sale of 1S73, is on vacant land. Certificates No. 284, sale of 1870, 285, sale of 1871. 258, sale of 1872, 312, sale of i860, 326, sale of 1873, 379 and 3S0, sale of 1874, are canal lands. No. 371, sale of 1869, 352, sale of 1870, 284 and 330, sale of 1871, 255 and 291, sale of 1872, 380 and 4...

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 — 5 February 1875

i3#*#^S£»«*»^*« BUWfefet'.i!'^^-' uter^ occaiion- pi0$^^ In W&j^ .: wf11* ^rian^ \"*fjpn|fioii for • 1, 100,000 of new circulation under tne provisions'otitic new Finance law ^ These application! come almost entire- ly from the Eastern States the greater portion is from New York, &o con- sid*|yaWe aj$|ieation» ^ t i i e tykhdjl yt,« at of circulation have yet been made. Bayard Taylor made 120 lecture en- gagements. The Londqn Tl/^i pae^cts a Eur- opean war. It says all the rations of Europe, (o\\\\'o$ffi.$q,$xtffip\\t of Ger- many, are arming. The#i*tement i* made th the v gqv- ernment ofthe Pistrict 0! Columbia for thi* year will be S3 uo,8po, while the receipts are estimated at $(,909,92^ leaving a deficiency of more than S1 ,- 600,000 tor Congress to pay. Last year Oongrestpiii $r^bo,oodiA besides the special gifts and the outpay for talc ing care of public grounds. Senator Wright, of Iowa, has intro duced a bill in the U. S. Senate order ing the reductionHliiket s...

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 — 5 February 1875

* P -5- 5 USEFUL NOTES. |y«A n**k of lime,Jpalt, and white^and It said |p afford protection to single roofs against accidental conflagration from'sparks, etc. A gentlemen in Bnrlington, V t , of an investigative turn of mind, a week or two ago determined to try it again with the rats which infested his house. H e purchased a supply of coal tar at the gas works, and placed small quantities ot it in the rat holes in his cellar and else- where, in their runways. The rats, be- daubing themselves, became disgusted with the manner of their entertainment, and speedily left the premises, and have not been seen or heard from since. Three bushels of clean sand, mingled with halt a bushel of good lime and half a bushel of cement, makes an excellent mortar which is not liable to be dislodg- ed by storms. It is very dangerous to allow acid substances, used as food, to stand for any length of time in copper vessels. Preserves, when made in pots of that metal, should be emptied as soon as pos- si...

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 — 5 February 1875

EMi la t t: vericct In n « i ver made. ^^pUscesllfcnly fcti. iitipredv&d ty «ro c*lr a •Â«* ci rm'f, pccnlm Vm, JR BIKC, i:u»atiVolc AS,*fJl'Elt*i ««» PhllherntcnFe, Q if S A ra3©A«KSVX* -r**r fi i tocu t miUtetcn-lcoiTsMno PUBITY r VC 3- ClliO « a trrtmt volume 9/ tow**. W9£MP£M®wScale Planes A n e w fewer **i w ilfteaitigirtg toil« 9 **» a l l wiodern. improve- •nenff, and art the li t ST PIAIV98 JfLADEU 'ihc o Organs mdl'WM art warranted A* tfjrcom* FBICt« KXTummmi*v i.ow/ /cnmii/7 port cash, awl balant a (» inottrhljr or quarterly payment** Fecontf-hand inntriiraent* t a k e n tn e x c h a n g e A0ENTTH, WAMTIU in-every Colin* t r »^'l/iL7iCaiia4a A liberal a l e c l l l f t l t i 4th'Jtoftm, -&<» (htinlir*, L0OLX3 MAlZm*. HOIIAC E WATFHH A 80N, 401 Broadway, N. V. 1 . O. Bos 3007 w., mjv E. B. FUU11, M.D. ckisaoiat, iNEV V YbfeK, An Independent Physician, TREATS ALL FORMS OF CHRONIC DISEASE, AND REOBIVM Letters from all parts of the Civilixed Wo...

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 — 12 February 1875

•CWr., »3WHfc an STURGEON BAY, WIS&NSIN, FEBRUARY uivfiiZ^^il.' VOLf.X BUSINESS CARDS. C• B. FAY *CO.,—Gasc Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in. Pine, Lum. berj Shingles, Lath Ac., Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price »&id for Farmers Produce* - 37 yr C R, WETMOHF., A CO., Manufacturer* »nd # Dealer* in all kind* of Shaved and Turned Handle* for *xe«, miners* and railroad tools, from \\t*%*second-growth hickory. Brian, Williams Co., Ohio. 4tf LOCAL NOTES. JOHN, «ABL1N0. Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personalty, examine or show -.racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: negotiate loans an Real E«trte security buy and iellland on commission make examination of lands 'or non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, paytaxes and ttrans- act a General Real Estate business. asty ALF-WAY IIOUSK between Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay. Good Stabling. Good meals at all times. Only ei...

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 — 12 February 1875

ifipiifii pnrrciprernerem enunttated, they, land such other members of the legislature is concur with them and ourselves in these W««mt« a4voc*u the, highest and best interests •Ctht wbol« i^pU, a&bluttly regWltss of all p.r- • '•J -*-: 'V:' TMiit^tfO s per annum, strictly ,In advance f..tt ifp*id InThre* nvmths. If not paid in thr«« montkaftttSowilt bacharcad. '•Â» • n' i' 'ii'iiiTiiiii'iiSiii . .mi i. . i i . I , . , . , i i'l i 1 » Hfci'i^ i'-'i 'IIW iMiiiiiiiHMw—dtw«^——i**m*M i i I i ni|i ^ ^ i — * m — ^ w » — ^ w i ^ ^ poi^6t lecuring the electionoft Sena- tor to repreient theie principles in the Senate ot the United States. sae •B Inere»iin$Dibt aa& a Biakmpt ftttt- Btform frhuaph. .',' ',• . . ^ ' . ' • • ] ' • »'\"in.'i -.•• -., . . / ' . ' . , ! j The following is the Reform plat- form upon which Angus .Cameron was elected to the Senate and upon which Matt Carpenter, and the Republican party in Wisconsin,was sac ificed. • ., READ IT ! It is good enough fo...

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 — 12 February 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. County. Sand us,all items oflocal interest and tf you do nWpM^taSfc €NIM^-i&&tSt prop- erly, we wUl attend to that, 'Make your com. munications comprehensive tint as briefas po*. •ibis.! :.•_? ' •,•-• V-, •• , -5 ' ,..-•:• ..,:, ^ '., . Voters Jfpr tUl*, columa must, in all cases, communicate their real names/confidentially to the EjJiUr. An:r.yni3U| 'cpminunicatKtos' willriotbe'pt&iisfcd'unless this rule*is s'trtctfy observed. • «-: •J--'--- '?. v-. \" •r ,.- ••••'•• : S - STURGEON BAY, Peb^8th 1875.-^ MR. EDITOR OP EXPOSITOR : —The following resolution was passed at the last meeting of the County Board, at the earnest solicitation of the District Attorney: Rtsolved, That any sheriff* constable or other officer, having in custody any person tor commitment^ with no immediate probability of obtaining bail or speedy trial, be directed to take him to Brown county jail for safe keeping. Ayes and noes called for. Ayes— Messrs.,, Kirtland, Graham, Franc, Decam...

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 — 12 February 1875

&Ui : MU ?'// *=BB th^fcWcicl^teVhy:a^lfciou of «1! the'C^b^gt tfniil^ rT.c Ci\\ilffldwcr. It U ^JMmW\\^^r^ti th e Cabbage, and Mr*!fefc requires' i more gcne'roils^VreWmeta^'ft1 detights iir a ricnssoii ano^u^a^e WWaier, ^hicli hv4il*W^lltelpfffart^rfti!fy in • dry a^M*^^1^**^!^^**1^!^ YWfai^'-'A ^ soff nials1 of fcrWbeadty ' a^delicacjr, called ^ c n ^ ^ r k ^ ' ^ a V p e ^ a ^ e i s shownHi tfie ! c«p^k.\"^ M k'fttf* dercd more delicate by being protected from the sunr~^eWon^ro*r two of the lcavesr i)tawcoiH#m.J4ttfon the flower, i Gardeners'aometi mes sow seed in the aotumn,vfori eaely Cauliflower, and ke*p the plant* o«er in, frarriesj but by sowing the «ariy varieties in the spiting, in a hot*bed or cqld-frame, or even in an open border they can be ob. talned in a pretty good season* For the Jate Cauliflower1, sow seed in a cool, mom place on the north side of a building or tight fence, in this latitude, about the middle of May, and they will not be troubled with the l...

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 — 12 February 1875

*MiWWffW*!««iM*M m HaiHiiMi iiiiiliiilii^ «i«-«*«*f-*.-» •- • vasiy»«^ ^feyff- / CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County,Treasurer, I . •• C. A%NtXs^E,r S$m& Ckrk.,. W M . WAGENER, Sherirt R. M. W R I G ^ ppunty Judge. O. E. D R E U T M , ^ i l * i c t A t t o r n e y . C H R I S DANIELS, Clerk'of the Court. jAk'fcsxxiH J R , R^gUtpr of Deeds. * C HRljs IANUils Superintettdiant of Schools H. SCHUYLER^ C6unty Surveyor A. NOBLE, Ch'nof Board of Supervisors. &m IHfe # ^ -jS3g w» rv-. r ^JS&vS 9? %s»^ %*\"* *85#: [From Jezreel's Saw.] '1 he days are not so short a s , they w e r e but I am a confounde d sight shorter than I w e r e . I f marriage is a lottery dont t h e stat- ute on lotteries prohibit marriages ? ural, so necessary, and so universal as death should eve r hav e been designed by Providenc e as an evil tp mankind , T h e grandest and strongest o f natures are ever the calmest. A fiery restlessness is the symbo l of frailties. not ye t out y grov T h e rejjfrse o f ...

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 — 12 February 1875

v^?m*^i*:^?!:p!!Sm^\\mm&mte> B* m ftrmer*s W^j^,^^i^ii^i^m: ^iod of i 'fight*fetfi^sh$n|l$!i ShipyieS'^m like «VYiu »?c from ibe country, arc you not, sir£'' asfceii tiCiiy clerk of a Quaker who had just arrived.\"J,** Ys•/, \"Well, here is an cssty'on \\hV rearing of calves.\" ** That/' said Aminadab, •• thee had best $sejeh*Gfcib mother.'* \" He stood on the edge of a deep and yawning abscess,\" read a boy} in a public school the otber day. \" Spell that word if yoii can't pronounce it,*' said the reucher. When li.encc was re stored he sjowiy spelled it: \"A b y-ss.\" Jush Billings wys^Iiyu are going to giv 1 man enny thing giv it to hint cheerfully, and quick, don't make him git down on his kneczc in front of you and suy the io comrMandmcnts, and then giv hitn.e, cents.*•Â«• • v* t r A ,MethodistX^Wa^rlf .'^ou^. to preach in an 'ou.r-of the-way town in California, was warned that if he said anything disagreeable the \"roughs'! would make trouble. He aiccnded the pul...

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 — 12 February 1875

^HmUKK^JHX!: USEFUL NOTES, ..-* A handful of quickiinw, mixed in four ounces of linseed oil and boiled to a good thickness, makes, when spread on plltward•fcatdened, a glue #Kfch * * used iptfce afrit naryP^mp^ btft which will resist fire. A good walnut stain for wood is com posed of water, 1 quart washing soda, l 1-2 ounces Vandyke brown, 2 1-2 ounces bichromate of potash, 1.4^'ox*' Boil for ten minutes and apply with a brush, either hot or cold ' SCURFY LEGS IN FowLt^Th e scurry matter on the legs of the Jien is very common in Cochins and Brahmas. It has been examined microscopically with great care by Dr. Moxen and Mr. Tegctmeer, and i* has been ascertained that it depends on the presence of a acarus allied to the itch insect in the human subject. The remedy it to loak the legs in warm water, to as to remove the scurf without injury, and then to apply sulphur ointment, or the oint- ment of green iodlide of mercury may be used, as it is very destructive to acari and is a specific ...

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 — 12 February 1875

,^i 'ito«**t^^Hi^i^»'.'^W»^i»^!*« a *-' Waters' New Scale Pianos tow great pow«r «»4 0 fine tinging t o « V »^* »11 modern ftinnrov* • meals, *»4 «r» r*« B £ f T P1ANM ItlADJB* Tto«*« Oimtts :w«y^ WHO* art warranted for tfY»ar». JpniCEM E?crnEIIIELv f,0r cash *»jpairt cash, ai/d balance i» manthlr or quarterlf payments* PecomUhaml Instruments taken / exchange. d I d C O U n t tti Tcaclw, Arini*or Clturtha, School** liviaq. ,«fc. \" ~ -• v- HORACE WATFR* A-*ON, «tfl Broadway, N* Â¥. I». O. Has 3667 £ B. FOOTE, M.D. ' 120 LeiinEton Ayeaue, TREATS ALL JPORM$ OF CHRONIC DISEASE, AND RKOBIV«Sa $h ,* Letters from all paraof the Civllixed WoM. / h • I Nil IIIIINAl Conducting a Med HI 18 TBEA.' Humeroui Patients Weit Indies, the Canada, and of the ADVICE C FR1I O ^ Wo awretttfat ntdlcimj&r drtrtor^ drfcitasi^ HM during ths past tipniy y«*r«trfjrtsa ^''\"\"\" roily n w j j ^ o l N gl.COO oMmM^tti0 whta*t» thipljM: ooifkMiniilcsuHl , (HTMin, or oU*rv©tL Jjf...

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 — 19 February 1875

tbMWi*awMWf wp^q^tMi^mMsMMM .••,aS«s»ra»*«H'»»*»«^'s «^i««t*fiMas»tsi' VOL:3. STURGEON BAY, ^^i^ONSIN, FEBRUARY 19,1875. M) I S . BUSINESS CARDS. LOCAL NOTES. _i—u G.J. Tiedale ~ T lfrH Woodm»««ee. T A WOODMiJJSEK. Attorifeys &Coun- cellor at Law. .Oconto', Wis. Will attend Door Co. Circuit Court. C B. FAY *.CO.,r-Cascp, Kewaunee QQ. Wi*. . Manufacturers of, and Dealer* in, Pine, Lum. faer, Shingles, Lath Ac., Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest Jnarket. price paid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr Ca R. WETJIORE, & CO ManufictnreT* and Dealers in all kind* of Shaved and Turned H:ind'cs • for axe«, miners* iuid railrond tools, fnm b-\"* second-growth hickory. Prian, Williams Co., Ohio. *tf JOHN, OAKLAND. Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personalty examine or show .ract of land to parties wishing to make purchases: negotiate loans an Real E^trte security buy and sell land on commission make examination of lands *or non-residents furnishing d...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 February 1875

na? ^vSf^k^ft*6^9^ihigk*** IP* °«« interest* ! # * ^ ^ ^ | ^ | t e a i » i » o l m e J y rej^rdlws of all pan* i ^ ^ ^ ^ # v ^ ^ K ^ : f i V i T . - n vnl . •. • • . : v. ~: /^SiB^jHlt^-'iw*.'- a^numY sMtJtty lit, ad vine. vfe*N»J!«S^ 0 ^*: M «°»I»aW in three Oirottlt Cwrt |-v^e i«ire ?,'*0im- ':c^Pff*%L9° m :':lf«»* neighteriiig p^pixi. fou w§! owmc ^*t Mh\\h tic %m$tr»lur^he& wfr not regiMcred lower than 360 , , _ . . Zero by iny reliable thermometer, in The spirit thermometer at the depot in4iCited,pnly48° below Zero\\\\Tues- day morning $PAtTA, ifebuary 6th.-~-The spirit thermometers at 7 A. M. to jay indicated 480* beiOw Zei o, and at at noon 40° be- low. • • :\"': -:. '••• The Circuit Court begin business promptly at the^designated hour last Tuesday. Jjudge %, BV EUii, preiidirjg. The bar ot Door county* consisting f District Attorney O* E. Druetzer, D. A. Reed Df. £. M. Thorp and R. M. Wright, Was all present. This force of* legal •biliry is reinforced...

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 — 19 February 1875

- 3 T H 3 . ^ ^ F i T.O£V, W3 toL , :. . • Correspondence• solicited Trom all pcfts of the County. Send us all items of local interest and if you do notwveliitte^ arrange them prop. sftb. ' •. ^ . Writers^ for \\t!*. column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially ^ tp the Ed'tor. Anoyn ran communications * ' %ffi«rof'ie pubTiibvl u^ldiS(flMsrtfle iislrictly i Sob^ervMf. fv sj •? * r - \" ..^ ,- •,:- ?«*• ^ • r. ,«C- T o TH E EXPOSITOR. M R ^ D I T O R :—I deem jl' .^ §qf$ to 'ttpiyHo the cowardly , im\\r^t1i!u£-' and and scandalous article jublished in the EXPOSITOR of Feb. 12th, in relation to the resolution passed by the Co. Board of Supervisors. It is true that it was passed by my earnest solicitation, as District Attorney. The jail or' Door County being unsafe and insufficient, and besides it is cruel to confine any person in it for any cause, it seems to roc to be calculated to torture the prisoner more then for safe Iceeping and so far no pris- o...

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 — 19 February 1875

:Yi& We cHp the followingfromthe ' ^^^:^Bft)f^:mM- ^i- wbrihV • • the/ '-, :,,*§M*$| fyrj^^jtrjha, want,--to, »cl( outthat .v\"?iiw4:ii^ tP'!« ^wnjc* climate i. •,\" ? • .^hfr* is no doubt thii if Northern ••*''WMkrifiU&W %MtbwtKe^ah« labor witihtn thl'tropics that they l)pf j|i the cold J^rth,they wou| Vvejf» abun- dance* and they would speedily become *~*4c^rirtHt^ cities, ichooja sodi colleges wou'd be well endowed, and a high degree of prosperity Would everywhere prevail. Every few years farmers g*t a • sort of disease to Jive in a warmer ciimatei and su present there is a tide of niimi^ration to Southern California and Eastern Mex- ico but presently unfavorable reports will come back, and Jong Winters and, short seasons will be endured for fear of something worse. There are 'three principle reasons Why a warm climate is unfavorable for human progress and prosperity, and un- leas a new race shall arise these reason ,wi)J always operate. First, anj most prominent is ...

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 — 19 February 1875

r/. ' ' .J!,^.!M****^\"'Mi»J'u.lWliWWMa'AW:v ^r.,A!4., DQQaBOUNTY OFFlCULftltr CHRIS. LEONH C. A. MASSE, Coupty CJerfc.* f WM. WAGENEIC Sheriff.f- '' R. M. WRiQH^r | County,Jji^geJ O. E . DREOTZER, DistrTet Attorney C H R I S D ^ & g t W ^ t th^C JAS. K E O G J * T ^ T @ C H R I S DAtfjEjLfc/5j»f H . SCHUYLER, i i The thermometer fs higher. Otcuit Couct is in sessio have congregated hef hers awy uncrcrnn* n The temperature al ways ranges very h igh in the place where the 11w- yers congregate. RgAi'i A. NOBIJ* £ $ * - SLABS [Prom Jezreels Saw.] \" We have our opinion of the man who stumbles into a printing office in the evening and inquires tor the mil- linery Sh0p^ * Jlii-'. r i \\ ',(/-' It is no sort of comfort to a man slipping and sprawling upon the icy walks, to tire the threadbare assertion at him that \"the wicked btandon slippery places.\" Jt thrills every fibre ia !ray 1body 'Mto seca man come rushing out of his house with his northeastern ear swelling up, while he s...

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 — 19 February 1875

^^i^^^^i^iil^^'i^^ftl^^i^ie^ WW^M agu he Hepped on the floor ahd called twenty-seven ladi walitedi out in front of the aitonshed pedagogue. \"Give «$ • copper, yer honor/* tri- ed a little itreet Arab of ten years, re- cently, \"Beoftwitb^o^fe^I|e|tt^e «ehtleroan: ^'I Jiive no change.\" M Please, sir,\" continued the urchin in the lame natal voice, \" do give us a tialf-penny : I've lost half an hour run ftingjiter yet.\" l S^^*yi»^SiiS '.s * 'f s 4 % s ^#?^ ^ »'yh*^£fr,&:*Szi:,j$%i'ifi ^l-ff&Vfe fefryn,^.-. BOOTS AND Cash Store -*e# good*, all best quality prices at the lowest noteh. W« are idling only (or d father tf T&loliC t i V * ^ SHOES Will keep a fuU£iJ»cJ pared to manufacturler rtBS of Coarse and Fine Boots and Shoes Best qualities 61 Stodi, 'and' ' * ^\"fff an en- raged father\"to Tift \"soi wflrf lialf\"'tepr up an intolerable yell lor the last five minutes. **Stbp, I say, do you hear?'* again repeated the father after a few minutes, the boy sstill cry...

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 — 19 February 1875

mvcvawMtmnMaqai ^^ww : ** «if A SlMPLVMfcTflOto O* V*tfFlLATION. A piece efWood, three Inches high and exactly as long M the breadth of the w » t f e ^ & b & , ^ the icounterfeiter|ieldom iro is— and in hii shed we1t1jtted there will be no draft in consequence of the displacement of the ,sash at usJo^er part, but the top of the lower sash will overlap the bottom of the upper one, and between the bars perpendicular currents of air, not felt, will enter and leave the room. HOUSEWORK HINTS.—If stove polish is mixed with very strong soapsuds, the lustre appears immediately, and the dust of the polish does not fly around as ij uanally does. Dry paint is removed by dipping a swab with a handle in a strong solution of oxalic acid. It softens at once. Water lime applied with a dry, soft cloth, will give glass a nice, clear cast. A WATER FILTER.—The fallowing is a descriptiim of a filter used bv Tom Ballard, a notorious counterfeiter:Toln wajdaujtyy ho. He liked pure S^ter^- je in ...

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