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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 19 February 1875

^?iis^^^j^»^«^a^A«R^^^E^ i^s-.i^:^^.': r2?*^.'%%^!!^^ tl^M ypeflecijir, _ v , „ e* : Bi * « ! • . : ^y on extra •Â«Â« «t tmff, pccnl* iMA/./i I. MOST C1CAIIMIKC S T 1 B B I M ! kit ame n Voire •ill suiivMi*. StttUbf*/\"HA BLOB, CUXBCfli, ~\"* ~ T,II« w I*t alios cm war m ' EXTBE rr uyettm. PB1CEM /n ca»h, and balance 4 iV , invntbTy^orylhtnin quarterly payments, ffecornl-hanfl jimrumenia taken in exenantfe. al«sC«Mtnt (o Teacher*. Mni»*e:%thuH lit*, HOHAC B WATRRM & WW, 4*1 BrMUmiy, Ht V, K O. Uox 3007 tti it i« i y ..•Â£i.*-.*-*-..-i^ E. S. F BOTE. MB. I .© « « Simmons J| vlcnj^ V ^ - •••••'•Â£•• •^fei^fe: I1TET •, *# H *w i- y * % y t PBP Ff: NEW YORK. 120 LeiiDEton ATeBUB, Cor. #JJ§j£* tfiirae TRKAÂ¥sJ\"klifc FdtlMS OF ' CHRONIC DISEASE, AND IUS0KIVES| Letters from aJl)^artB of the Civilized Irfarld, If Hit Ollfll) HI 18 Vumeront Pati Wtit Indie*, Canada, til ADVICf|y)iV£rl ttY MAIL FREtnlf CHAKQC. Wr t mercurial i|id1dne« oi \"\"'\" Hftt during thmniftt twe...

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 — 26 February 1875

VOL.2. =3C STURGEON BA^, WISCONSIN, FEBRUARY 2i , 1875. NOM9. BUSINESS CARDS. CL J. Tlsdaln II. H. Wondmaufiea. TISDALsK ft WOODMANSKK. Attorneys & Coun- celtor at Law. Oconto, Wis. gap\"* Wilt attend Poor Co. Circuit Court. C• B. FAY & CO Cas=o, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in. Pine, Lum. ber, Shingles, Lath Jfec, Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price paid for Fanners Produce. 37 yr C.Dealers R. WlTMOm, & C0,« -\"inufacMrets air id. .fell kinds of ii nvcd and Turnec Handles for Mllfc**. Vn!,.'« -s» and r.V.lror.H t~ok fr«n b\"'v second-growth\"-lit :kirv. !\" \" -•:•, Williams C •-,. Ohio. 0\\f JOHN, «AUL\\M Real Estate Agent, Sturaeo Bay Wis. Will personalty 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' for non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, paytaxes an...

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 — 26 February 1875

m W* Mt$to advocate the highest »nd best Interests rftiwvhol.pwpfe, absolutely regardless of all p*r- TWMf^tiiOOper annum, strictly In advance ftutsifMid In three month*. Ifnotpaid in three ^aconths $1,50 will be charged. FRIDAY, FEB. 26, 1875. *** W-r '.•'! I • . n i i T ^ T T T T j i i ! i II,., i,.,.... .1,1,1.,,,, I I . f h» fidpublloia PtPty la Hiitory *nd Ho?. The readers of th r EXPOSITOR Will -not demand any apology for bur again directing attention to the relation of the Republican party to the past ar.d pre»~ etit condition of the country. We cau readily underhand why many of our rcidcra dislike the topic and almost feel to charge us with being united with the Democratic party jn its efforts to rein- state the southern principle of rebellion which precipitateidI the late war. These of our readers are men who love the name of the R*p*irblican party for its history, they love the party for the grand way in which it recogniz- ed its mission and tl r ug all sacrifices und h...

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 — 26 February 1875

^CORRESPONDENCE. County. Send us aU items o£local\"interestand if you do not havetif?f4P-W{ange them prop. eriy, we will atteruratTEflJ* feake your com- municSfttoa* |tmp|ehai|ji# by%%i^b$eti#$ pos- . sibiei-«Ii*ilyy.Cri ft Â¥j/i^tlff Writers for this coUuwvmnst, in all cases, communicator real |^mcs, foonfi«|entially to the Editor. Anx:y:n3us communications will not be, pv|bilsh2sl unless this rule is strictly observed. * **' • '! *M M ^ fr? *V* - H i. • a. V' VKigU. L-J8\" K M . WRIGHT* ,l£$%y:—You stated to the Judge of the Circuit Court, when I hadingOpportunity to de/en that I Mad'obtained the order to the county jail, from the County Board of Supervisors by false and frau- dulent representation. As this is an act done hy public officers, and concerns the public, I request you to make full statement of the facts charged in the columns of this paper. v O. £. DRBUTZER. Please remember that Quarterly Meet- ing comes to-morrow, Saturday and Sunday following. T. C. . Wilson has...

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 — 26 February 1875

:•• m $• JMW lii^»iiiiiimo ^'iftl' .'^ ^'!!!,!^ Mtlty of the oldeit citizens of Illinoii will remember Thomii Ford, one b*ly «he bMf•? Jlwyeri of that Sttte, who wu elected governor tome time back in the •'fottit*.*' When .H* ^«cd be left a number of children and no property, ex- ' cepting • hiitory of Illinoii in manu- icnpt. Thii, Gen. jamei Sheilds, tiow a resident of Missouri, had published, and the proceedi were divided among (he children. The children were adopt- ed by by different citizen*—The young est, Thomai, what we have to do with , «n this sketch, being adopted by the •4a e H'jn. Thomas E. Moore, of Peoria, \\lii. # and assumed that gentleman's name, (u the fall of 1871, young Ford or Moore (he always wrote his name Thomas Ford Moore) become diisatis- .fied with Peoria, and determined to go .go to the Far yVest to *jek his fortune. At this time excitement was running unusually htgft in regard to horse iteal- ' • h was near the close of a beautiful day in July that y...

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 — 26 February 1875

. * '*•••• *-:-:-'H-. DOORCOUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. • • - i CHRIS. LEONHARDT, doiinty Treasurer,- C. A. MASSE County Cleric. WM. WAGENEK,--'Sheriff, , R. M. WRIGHT*, Cbunty Judge. O. E. DREUTZER, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Cl^rk of the Court. J AS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendant of Schools. H. SCHUYLER, County Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board ofSupervisors. SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] England is celebrated for its fogs, France for its frogs, Ireland for its bogs, Canada tor its dogs, Maine for its logs and Ohio for its hogs. It was cold weather for profanity, yet we confidently assert, in fact we are told upon good authority, that as he paid that seventeen dollars costs and two dol- lars fine, that he remarked very em- phatically •* \" you would scarcely believe that he was County superinten- dent of schools, yet it is even so. We dont say much about the weather this week. It tells its own story. And now they are watching for the man who predict...

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 — 26 February 1875

^llfil^j?^ ate storm at to death m home from town over When the team turned into the bar boy was found in a ozen stiff with the lines ?tori, Minn., farmer hal found a flowing well upon his farm at a depth oi sixty feet. A volumn of wa- ter is discharged with such force as to throw to the surface stones as large as a man's fist. The water has enlarged the top of the well to the size of a flour bar rel. The fruit men of the Michigan Lake Shore fruit region claim that the cold thus far has nrt been severe enough to injure the buds. Dr. Glenn, of Jacinto, Cal., har vested this last season^ 600,000 bushels of wheat. It will cost him 896,000' C o get his wheat tq Sin Francisco, Water is exceedingly scarce on the farms of Western Michigan. A Madison. Ind., starch factory has 75,000 bushels of corn on hand The duty on hops has been increas ed from five to eight cents per pound A bill has, befcn introduced in the III: inois Lelfslalure^ to make \"treifihg*' a punishable offense against the l...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 February 1875

ufemx BOTES. b -atcd guss. Uiciui tu.r screens* etc., is n»a4e by laying the sheets horizontal, ly and covering them witr. a strong solu- tion ir\" sulpftace j{ zinc. Trie salt crys- tallizes on drying. A teaspoontul of powdered borax dis- solved in a quart of tepid water is good for cleaning oid blackdfesses of silk, cash mere, or alpacca. ^ , ' Butter will fepove tnr spots. Soap and water will afterwards take out the grease stain. Black shoes may be bronzed by a strong solntion oXan'Uina red in alcohol. Four parts borax rind .three parts F.p som salts, , toi^d witH three or lour parts warm vw*ter Vto 'one part of the combinedMbstaiices,!,is saidW tfbrm an exccllehtffirepr'pof wa^h for clothes* Ij should/be «sed i m m ^ f ^ ^ ^ f t ^ ^ p r ^ ration!\" s -. . , '. '/' '••'*** .':* ' : — Flaxseed and tallow are usea1 m .Gerl many as a stuffing iot cuihiops. One part or tallow to ten parts of flaxseed are employed, the mobility of the greased seed rendering the cushion very soft and...

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 — 26 February 1875

mmaam i^iiWHpiMnWfr'^ *1, '•'•*h--jm\\?4v--'~d'---f'..'- • .*• ''•••. '••. i s AfcwdJiviig, f't^ S-S-^^i-jjf'^IW^ ••*^Kfc^^?tl Steam-Eapaes anajBoilers. O l ^ : * *& i:«mii^ji^I oJ girl endeavored to entertain her venerable grandfit her by singing and dancing. P^glindpa. ••One^t^o, t h ^ l ^ , :upHt|v|:'ihe :^S^.^f*MV!H priplft : pa^ fib* re|iicd, *• i l ^ i ^ i i i i i ^ ^ ^ prty\\#ti&i*r3. out my itit^^i^^ic^ *'--- idPtnporfG*Xtttt. •• Mother wants to know if youor won't please id tend her your perserv ing ketde— cause as how sue wants toculars preserve?\" \" We would with pleasure, boy, but the tact is, the last time we lent it to your mother she preserved it so effectually that we have never seen it since.\" * * We 1 you needn't be so sas sy about yuur old kettle* mother WOUK n t have iruubicd you again, only we »tcd you hive * new one.\" One ot tiie meanest things a small boy can do is to put tacki in the chairs when he know* that a young man is coii»iitj^ to CMi l o...

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 March 1875

%'** ' /SW-\"**\"\"' t*mmmmmmmiimtmsimttWK)».i»mwim •jJ3ft!W -ilk. vlat-OtD tt: js:x t?ict*:v %niri3v? VOL. 2. *s •Â»ffj i-^iOi tf 1 I I J..KM fl S T U R G E ( ^ B ^ / ^ ^ 1875. r ,.TiU[-fit'ji-ua.'jTi 8USU4JES8 CARDS. rrr^ct ••Â»Â» •*.!•• .\"'i-t C-~4T*- TIS* ALE A WOtfOiUSSEE Attorneys & Coun- cilors at Law. Oconto, Wis* \"=—' Will attend Door Co. Circuit ^otttf. •' ~\\ Bay View Notes. *^0«{g F^Y ^Cb:.—Casco,'kcwa0nce Co. Wis. • ^ ^ M ^ ^ f J \" ^ ^ ^ ^ %»lffiirrvPine, Jiiim. wr shirigies, Lath &:., Dry and dressed Lum- r^ajkvaAs«n'^hand«.- il-t^n highest market price '•aid for FaVmers Produce. 37 yr V_ Dealers utr-all kinds cf Sn: vcd .iml TiifiK'-! Handjes fofiRWlrj^',»*d^\\rprU' e*st second-growth nicxory. hrnii, Wmjams — O h . Q . io anufi fli .nirn .1/: '.x'-... ^ if' JOHN OAKLAND, Real Estate :ract A$&b . . . . . . , . _ „ _ . . _ jeU land on coraniiss,ipn : :nwike examination of tads tor won-Teside«ts fiirnisHing descrrpuons, abstracts a IHABbAau , Keai ...

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 — 5 March 1875

'Mi W« w«l#»d»ocat« th« hif h«t and best UteresU tg(|i« Wtldte ptopW, absolutely regardless oftitp»r* i^yir^pfcltli - . Mr annum, ttricthr in. advance UatWntodth * If aefltfd 14 knVee FRIDAY, MAR. 0 f J070. a* . fctotasd County O^iwt, ,€'\"•• T* l'ir •'-Orttlon. r a*, consin during 187J, wti «Hdn. T.that R. Hudd's oration inJ|ip $.fnjHf ? £baitv ber on the •mvernry of Washington's birih day. We |iye, *h$ cqri^J^irjg j^r- agraph, fnd regret thtt our, room will not allow of our publishing the address entirer j - *----: h is not the Eastern ,ie»bjoardj/ with Its mighty poweroyer commerce, vyith all iti monetary influence that is ulti- mate?? to hold the reins Of control in the ti^ion. ItWnot the South witfc all her home products lor dohie^itic or for- eign consumption, together with her softer ikies for health and comfort, that will prevail, politicians of iny color or section to the contrary notwithstanding but the Weit, rich in 'lier toil, that growl the bread of the land...

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 March 1875

Correspondent solbi ed. f rom all parts ofthe County. S^ad ua a!l items ofloo~J interestand if you do nqt have time ti arrange them prop- srly we will attend t J t!\\.u, Make your com- munications comp^'.eri'JfvefcUtasbrief as pos- vbh. Waters for t»i\\|j ^l«t|»IHWUVSJ jn all cases, oom nunicate th-\\r re .l:^-^\\:N, confidentially to the Ed.tM. An) yinus communications will not be pub\"..six: I u .^. .i t'.f.s rule is strictly observed. •*-*» * . . 1 % • ' ' , » * • • ' CHICAGO, FEB. 23rd, 1875- EDITOR op EXPOSITOR:-—! have re- ceived your Journal for some time, and its characteristic countenance is always welcome, bat there is one fact, which seems to have been overlooked, both by' the people and Journalists. I speak of the administration of the County^ and its disgraceful wrangles. It seems hot to be realized, that by being obliged to give, publicity t6-'the criminal ignorance of the officers of the law, as '' ignorance of the law, is no excuse for the law,\" you. not only m...

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 — 5 March 1875

• i \"iflfifHiiitiitoinJar fcl^Vii-ii ilffiijiji^'in'ii'ii in • ij i,i i. nil litil -|i jiti ' PIUMY A OO., Publisher*. iomtlloN lOna-Budiaff. -'•• ' e flight, when twenty or thirty pertoni were ««emblcd it • resi- dence on Lafiyette A venue, it wis pro* poied to t«t the theory of mind reiding. There WII • pile, tolemn-Iotking young min present, hiving accompanied his widowed mother from the Fifth Wtrd, and he wW selected as the most likely to mike the experiment • success. He •ubraitred to be blindfolded, snd it wss determined to see if he could tell what •ny-tnt w«# thiokiog tbouu . A corpus lent widower t clipied hinds with the young mm, Uid his JundLon the tnind- reader'i forehead, and, after a moment of preparation, there was a dead silence. The widower closed his eyes, and thefreckles young man lowered his head and moved it from side to side. •Â« What's he* thinking of?\" whisper, ed several persons, •Â«Of how he kicked his wife out of bed and caused her death !\" was the ...

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 March 1875

pooaCOUNTY OFFICIAL i?:r.2CTo: v. CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer. C. A. MASSE, County Cleric. WM. WAGENER, Sheriff.. R. M. WRIGHT, County Judge. O. E. DREUTZER, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Clerk of the Court. JAS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. H. SCHUYLER, County Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board ofSupervisors. \" SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] We hear that our merchants are pre- paring to offer a chromo to every man who pays his store debt between now and the day of perdition. Respectability is all very well for folks who can have it for ready money but to be obliged to run in debt for k is enough to break the heart of an angel. As you cannot avoid your own com- pany, make it as good as possible. Many a man has lost his hair by being too much engaged in playing ** Mumble the peg.\" The genius who is to invent a prac- tical substitute for work has not vet been born—and never will be. The man who has not anything to boast ot hue his il...

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 March 1875

-•^•:^»Tyl'f 8.»'»)! •! -itpf §efl£pi'$,^ootS i M \"tt' lm^m $1 hcrd$ of Buffalo arc reported ton* re weather. Temple, of old tim 3 hale and hear y at the ge of thirty years, erd ofBufliloerfiorth of Mtor- n„ reported at !,ooo, has nr/dwinowPto 300 head. Egypt is the home of the fragrant on- ion. A, Wayne Co., orchardist has 125tical acres in apple orchard. Two young Pcnnsylyanians recently ran a half mile footrace barefoot for a half bushel of atpples-^no \"feet frozen. It is reported that the daughters of the Queen of England each have a gar- den at the Royal Swiss Cottage which they cultivate with their own hands. They have squirrel inspectors in Cal- ifornia, whose duty it is to see (a the killing of rodents. In the case of non- residents, the expense it made a lien on the land. Reports received by the Secretary of the state of Illinois Board of Agriculture indicate that the Winter wheat in South ern Illinois is badly injured by the cold weather. • ' - rHEDEMOCBATICPAPEEOPN...

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 March 1875

USEFUI* XtfT£S. %% S^USS—f'idiiti TWBi'^a ti'tttfiT II»I ' \"To sdiK%-\"Hi%^1^tf^^' : gU^ head o f an ar , or other solid substance on one side xjfohe imt, #ncl \"gi##$p&*V smart blows, on : w$*f'4fo€t^WS0f$ with spirit! of ? tirrpehtine .rQf-itJoi^.'^il will also be a benefit ^ B l i o r ^ ^ d j W jerks upon the wrench wil)lh$y$.-%%fe ' ter effect'upfcn tW4i$if t b ^ * | ^ ^ •• T o d ^ M P . 7 i , ^ i ) ^ % i 9 ^ p ^ ^ f t | | | | | has become rusUd inVfirstIm^ltoil^ftow| with a hammer sufficiently hard to start it in a little. bThinlijrcifcs its :c?ji\\in^jr -! tion with the woQ(Lwh«nJt^ rusty. By bearing'^ftriftroit^ i **• & many luile.w^y^f^ej^^^yWy.^^ j£ Do hoi\\i like a t&ftiiAi^HWo 5 ^ ^ e r ^ soie-icath4i^&rspw4i^ #mm& tree w i ] * * J l i ^ ^ ^tffc muc h vm^^^^w^mmm in betw*en r ^ f t h i l l ' i ^ n a n d ^ ^ ^ j l j silence\" matters there\\\\ and a -Jittlfc '* £oal squeaking. Where nuts work loose, cut a thread in front of them with a cold chisel...

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 March 1875

as §l^km^m»m ^ ^ ^ ^ A ?h'\\\\\\delM* m*n uy$ *\\\\*t when goci §i!enfly ibofTt her work, ihe ii hair, mat- 2^£*«w^«s*» sH'-asW? :-p^^^g^ Joor«nd*r.red. tile liftfc%ir wfttf fotS** i H U gttf #ou|d The BESTMXM$& BQQK L IN U. S - ^ • • • • ^ ' - • • • ^ • • • . ^ • • • • • - ^ - — • - • • • - — • • - * u iSKflliWIMif •t*«4SuiM3«5i|6» •gfiaAGPNT-lgi WANTED IN THIS CO, ^ !f }le territory ari FAYING JSMfrkOV. • • • • • • • • • • M M H t MRNT. We Watit a ptistttiigffe^ahea^man. ©roraa to CANVASS .THIS COUNTY.- out hiving hil houie destroyed.—/)/ troifFrtt Prwir ••* :f « UHW^-U-M.^ \"No •!/\" *ngrilv exclaimed,Mr. Scott, r_ o f «ft e ^M*i?4niiC-'UiUtf l« the l^btl|bv«illStli| * halFopen door. • W t l r j I wiy^iiOflW 6|,^jjf/jrey^ii statues. Give me the\" old Grecfan ? Roman antiquiriel. i\\ttiikt ini human —a crude Venui or a C^pld, ind iioh \" A Kansas hypocitHnitllitC'JSeditating upon the dea^ of 4 dogwfiincier )n his neighborhood, gjves vent to,the,mournr, tui thou...

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 March 1875

VOL.2. STURGEON BAY/WSCOlilN, MARCH\"i* 1876 . BUSINESS CARD8. LOCAL NOTES. 4 . J Tladal H. H . W N 4 B U I M . T.I8DALsKet*Law. WOODMIHSEE. Attorney. & Coun- cellor a Oconto, Wis. •07\" Will attend Door Go. Circuit Court, C B. FAY & CO..—Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. • Manufacturers of, and Deaiersin, Pine, Lum. ber, Shingles, Lath A c , Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price paid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr C• tt. WETMORK, & CO.. M-ioiifactureis a-J. Dealers in all kinds of Shaved and Turned Haml'es for axes, m , and mUro^d t-»o!s. from beit second-growth rs\" i^orv. r-Ip.i, WUIiams Co., Ohio. * 4tf JOHN, GABLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personalty examine or show :racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: •egotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and iellland on commission make examination of lands Tor non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, pay taxes and trans - act a General R...

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 March 1875

HS rjfcY.lus. { | * rftkt whoVut^l«rfiI*tH4d t-f§iid|e#«t1«M*fBr»i S,t5 irMi*TOifhr*l«4ttfh«* If not paid 1* three ??\" J l • ' Vmimu iMi1.^-\"'•'•'•. ^'•'•\"' •\"* • FUflbAY, WAR. 18, 1876. l , „' ',. \", , ',,..„',', , , ' • • ' , • , „ -= ^ ^ _ _ ^ ^»^Ba§jgBm**Ba IM^^JU—^gg_ It if no* fiftly t t o thif the people Of Uoor'Cdbriry tf Ike1 up again to the queition'oFt Cthirr Houie, The iug- gestton thrown out J?y our writer of •How of the $8,6oo direct tax being di- vided into two instalments of lid'k Hi d $: I i i I 8 I » d i Buy View Note* ]a|t week is impracti- cable and impossible, for many reasons which it'll not neccnary to recount. But th Imperative «ru immediate ne- cess ty for * better, more secure and inure comfortable Court House and jail Cannot be gainsayed. That the old building is uns«fe, unfit and in no way itJapted to tWe wants of the public is a f«tf thut na,s,been.before presented and dented by no one. The gr** scarecrow in the way of inHiiediate(actid...

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 March 1875

mm CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondencesolicited from all parts of the County. Ssnd UA all items of local iaterest and If you do not have time to arrange them prop* erly, we will attend to that, Make your com- munications compr-ueruive but as brief as pos- ibh. Writers for tY. ? column must, in all cases, cbmnunlcnte thajr red names, confidentially to the .IAV'.I n: A u y nous communications will not be pub:.shsd u^ess this rule is strictly .observed. CLAY BANKS, MARCH 7111,1875. M R. EDITOR OP EXPOSITOR :—Seeing that you are in receipt of correspon- dence from all parts of the county and but seldom seeing anything from this town, and also noticing that you had heard that this town, or this bank as you called it, had gone into bankruptcy, I thought I would drop you a few lines. I know it is Sunday and that we are commanded to \"Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy,\" yet 1 do not feel that I am doing violence to any relig- ious injunction by penning these lines. As to bankruptcy 1 mus...

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