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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 12 March 1875

•mMmmmnfi^^iifm*m»)i THE EXPOSITOK. ' . :' ••^.•L I ' O ' W i f f ^ f f i ^ '*^ .' '-'.••v\".x'v-' ' . ' • ' • ••: \"\"• .. •til& EOABTPW. . •:y^^LJf**HKATflMOH IKS*, , . [ExtracU from Charles Lamb's Essay] Mankind, lays a Chinese manuscript, which my friend M. was obliging en- ough to read and explain to me, for the first seventy thousand ageY ate their meat raw, clawing or biting it from the (iving animal, just as they do in Abyss- inia to this day. This period is not ob- scurely hinted at by their great Confu- cius in the second chapter of his Mun- dane Mutations, where ne designates a kind of golden age by the town Chang Fui.g, literally the Cook's Holiday. The manuscript goes on to say that the art or routing, or raiher broiling(which I take to be the elder brother) was dis- covered in the manner following : The swine herd, Ho-ti, having gone out Jnto the woods one morning, as his manner wa« Â¥6\"~?dir£cTihast for his hogs left his cottage in care of his eldest son, bo-b...

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 March 1875

8LABS itIIIJ]Jt&uh2 2i JdflARo birch nor ttatc that makes a roan gr^a but the \" G i t up and.Git/*' - *: . 1 T h e times that Jrie jnen's souls is the one edited by Story in Chicago. As spring approaches, Bershaw sadly soloquiscstf•*• fit tfajufyg(ori$fyttobuck't My better halt is \"by all odds the smartest Hale woman in this town. She is able to catch a cold that elides ail other pursuers. There is a man across the bay so su- premely lazy that the neighbors talk oi pouring hot tallow down his Lack to make him stir. I suppose I ought not to think of such things, yet I cannot help wonder- ing what would have been, if Beecher and Tilrou f»ad both been botn girls.? \" I have discovered one thing that came into existence, 3366 years ago and is stilj a long ways ahead of'thJ age: il 15 the Ten Commandments. '\" '•. f- ,:':*,-••% K1 j}.- *„.«*, ' -r» i ' \" ' ' J\" 1 * ' ^ ' '*\"' i ,rr\" ' ^ •*fei- •****. \"»••• -' 1 he'st«kJtefiH o*^«he •4fctOnVfcaM*4feaVff tell you that they...

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 March 1875

fo*j*^jW6»^ v in AI g m . ' Pottage Prepaid by\"trt. Th# Wnkly World, On a Y W - - - O M An extra copy to getter-up of club of ten. The Semi-weekly td gett«r-up of club of twenty. ' ' The Daily to getter-up of club of fifty. All the new* of the patt seven day* it given in the weekly edition ofTHE WOULD (Wednesday'*,) which contains, in addition to the hewa, many special fea* ture fprepared eapecialiy for it. The Granger department give* each week the I at.'it news of the order of the Patrons. The agricultural depart- onfnt gives each week the latest expertmenu and experiences of culturists, full.reporu ofthe Farmers' Cub of the American Institute* letters from prac- tical farmers, and iritcicsting discussions of profita- ble farming. The page for the famijy furnishes in- terest and amusement for the fireside during the long Winter evenings. Full and trustworthy live stock, country produce, and general produce mar- ket reports show the state of trade. Tha Seml'Wtekty World, OB* Yea...

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 March 1875

an a ' ftdHfe l l l i H Wt 'iUlfe. M M 4Mh w I jBITSfT • y * « j ^ * — » tW.'afti'Jf.iMfS'Wd in smill^pa aluni /^entinu c iL tky of j»i|g*r J6 *mi administer^ if a§ ^ j g most insuntancd^a scarcely: ahy al*|i$ to\" subject spftadj to cure, as tbec#riMi* Butuh£r'c 0 astern v never known tQtaiL 1-ake^a brr ^ .'. - , H i ' , *' * ••.- - : •€ » ' - . . . . • . • . ^ - * l cot on-batiing*itat upon itia pinch '01 black pepper, gather.it up ana. sie it, dip it,in,^eet : ^f/^^e^, : : it^ittf^i e io kee£ i^warrn',/.^ ^ i l L ^ ^mfeHi- ate reYier:.J ' \" : • '«'(**••• - 5 ' a , : ' i ! -V* -'.e pacifcril vbtnif 'j^fctyft* *^u${^er | warm water, with a tcaspoonful of rn'us- taia IU i^an^d^^n^od/fQrJtlj^ doctor. J t it'f»e necessary' to act witHout*aH foc tor, and me poison is arsenic, give large qtuiiiit.e* of milk and raw eggs, or flour waicr, and,picr^y ?f£.wf,a.r^n* waitr be. sides, ii iit: is ^n ^rlAii/'lfke^oiath, give Aiife4arÂ¥i»1dlwater, Icrnon-juioe r strong cot|^e /^iwpdjt...

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 March 1875

ta girl has caused h r liith- lilliitiiiiii I UBQ ' for yoil tike tojne oi thj* e^afce trmpertnce my gold #ith Md^ iii4 t fyiti liitn to hjs pastor, \"ff mfght nielWi,*f inns the consoling answer. Some icienti/ic invc«tigitor ton dis- covered i sure cure for the encroach, menu ofill-behaved \"materialized spir- its.\" It consist* airnply of a % doubJe?^|r« relied ihot-gun, charged to the muzzle with the finest peeper and fait. In the hands of a confirmed believer in ghosts whose faith is still unshi''Cn, the shot- gun appears to bc^He right thing. Pliz- z-bang ! During the.grtat cbllapst of 1857 a gentleman of color kept a bank in a Western, city. His institution was, ap- parently in a sound condition, but to be in* fashion with the white folks he con- ' chided to fall. Next morning a man call -, ed and shook the door, but a voice inside , /#sponded that «• de bank is cloKd/' tvut thettol* «pHed \"he-had left a , pair of boots there the day before and wswtfft them. The table fin...

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 March 1875

VOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, MARCH 19,1875. ND.M BUSINESS CARDS. Q.*J. Tisdalo H. H. Woodraanse*. TISDALsKat.Law. * WOODMAXSEH. Attorneys & Coun- cellor Oconto, Wis.. 0f Will attend Too Co. Circuit Court. C• B. FAY A CO.,—Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in. Pine, Lum. ber, Shingles, Lath &c. Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price Mid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr LOCAL NOTES. C K wrrwo^:, A ro a Dealers in all V\"i -•'?. B.W ' ! *J fnr axe«, r*' '' %•• * *?:on l-TO\\vth \"-'. Ohio. », ••ul^!^• t,.^re•'Ola\",• v» d and Turnei •• V/i.lijaitu '''-v JOHN, OAKLAND, Real Estate Agent,. Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or show ractsof land to parties wishing to make purchases: •e^otiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and tell land on commission oiake examination of lands for non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, paytaxes and ttrans- Act a Genera) Real Estate business. 35iy H i...

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 March 1875

W«Mm toMvow* the highett And best interwta ^Ctb« wholt people, «b«olutely regardless of all pw- ita l« politic* tod »ect» in religion, l ^ l i i ^ f v o o per Annum, ttrlctfy in advance fi.*j if paid in three months. If not paid in three ivlOnth* |t,$o will be charged. v'le—eio ii--r K-IH^UJI'MHH « I • • . i . 1 . . - , — - - — -1 - - r. •'\"' i ' \" •i\"ni--in • 1 FRIDAY, MAR. 19, 1875. yf. •'\" \" \"'•\"' \"'••• !••'{ \"! •.\".\"'•• - \"•\"\".\"' IT\"\"— The Court Howe. Last week m our article upon the Court House Question, me alluded to tfce idea of the totfns at their approach- ing town elections, rutting ofl'their ap- propriations for bridges, roads, cemeter- ies and other improvements which are not absolutely and immediately necessary, that they may be prepared to pay a tax next winter tor a Court House without feeling any increased burden of taxation. It is quite true that the funds alluded to are absolutely necessary to the pros- perity and advincemeht of the several...

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 March 1875

•COiiE&rii'OlV&EXCB. Corresporivlence SJILILOU f.om all parts cf the County. S^.rd UJ nil items cflocal interest and if you do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we will attc:vd to that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- slbh. Writers for t'.i'.s column must, hi all cases, At the last meeting or the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, it ' was agreed to appoint twelve practical men, in as many districts in lhe State, to re- on the conditions and adaptability of vaimus kinds of fruits to different lo- cations/ Some system to obtain this knowledge, in the matter of apple trees, i com-rmnicatc their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Ano.-.y n3us communications | t u r ^stance, has long been needed. Our will not ba publish* ! unless this rule is stricjkJjaphers annuall buy thousand* of dol- dbserved.. j Urs worth of apple trees, which annual ly die or amount to nothing, because not a lapted to the-climate or soil. A con- centmted tys...

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 March 1875

jiiii|tf»iJ'li||w^rt^|''i 'l: tuMuiim.uwm SHOES' HOLE. 4B Oil Thwrj M9r*mpe&-Th« 8o« of th* Orlf- 1B«1 Njrnmet CoaUida the C«Bter of the Kttrth !• Hollow and H*biUbU, And he Prorw lifii kill«W«i Way. Mr. Anrcrieu* Symmes is delivering iecturei on the Artie Region*, devoted especially to reviving the theory of histhe fatfier, the late Capt, John C. Sy»nn»c of the Uniied States Arm), concerning polar Voids and concentric spheres. The lecturer says fhat he has undertak- en the task as a filial duty and speak- ing of his father and his theory, he aays: For the last ten years of his life he never devoted thirty consecutive days to business, but dedicated ail his time, en- ergy and strength to the study of phil- osophy and he worked out a theory of his own in relation to the formation oi our earth, which he called \" Symmes Theory of Concentric Spheres and P J - lar Voids,*'—this theory being that the earth is hollow and hahitabic within The climate there, he contended, wa» ...

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 March 1875

I DOOacOUftTY OFFICIAL BrnrcTosy. CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer. C. A. MASSE, County Clerk. W M . WAGENER, Sheriff. R. M. WRIGHT, County Judge. O. E. DREUTZER, District Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Cleik of the Court. J AS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANII-LS, Superintendent of Schools. H . SCHUYLER, County Surveyor. A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. SLABS [From JezreeVs Saw.] T h e easiest way to pay a whiskey bill is to drink cold water, only. It is said that the Advocate\"has much the same meioncholiy aspect as a cold buckwheat cake. Doo r County is not half civilized, it has no bonded debt. Several factories have commenced to manufacture bandboxes six feet high, in- tended for the \" coming bonnet.\" Large hoop ear-rings a r c coming rap- idly into fashion. T h e y - r e m i n d us of some of the colored women seen at the South. I find that plague is a word of one syllable, and that ague, only a part of the plague, is a word of two syllables but then it's all in ...

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 March 1875

USEFUL NOTES. A good cheap paint for floors i» made of &yt pounds of French ocher, one quarter of a pound of glue, and a gallon of hot water. When well iricd apply one or two coats of linseed oil. Stiim on wall paper can be cut out with a sharp penknife and a piece of pa- paper 10 nicety inserted that no one can aee the patch. Do not use martingales on working teams. See that the names are buckled tight enough at the top lo bring the draft iron near the center of the collar. If too low, it not on- ly interferes with the action of the shoulder, but gives the collar an uneven bearing. To cleanse flasks which have contain- ed resinous solutions, wash with caus- tic alkaline lyes and rinse with alcho- hol if they have held essential oils, wash with sulphuric acid and rinse with water. Tracing paper, from which a draw. ing may be removed bv washing, is pre pared by first saturating paper with benzine, -nd then immediately coating it lightlv with a varnish composed of boiled bleached...

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 March 1875

CHIPS. TKc.new Encyclopedia Brktahhica j -says:—*' If the-natural resources Amer- j ica would be fully developed i t would j afford sustenance to 3,6bo,ooo,ooo .n* ] habitants—a number nearly .five times as great as the entire mass of human be- ings now existing'on the globe. And what is even more surprising, it is not more improbable that this prodigious population will be in existence within three, or at most four centuries. Stone fences are no longer to be re- garded as z Yankee notion. They have just dug one up in Rome, built—who knows when ? and composed wholly of broken busts, shattered sculpture and fragments of superb marble vases. The Mount Cents tunnel cost about -975 a var ^» ano* a c tl,ie same rate the the proposed tunnel under the English Channel would cost about §36,036,000. Chicago elevators now contain 3,882,- 569 bushels of wheat, 1,795,848 bush- els of corn, and 6/447,590 bushels 9 / grain of all kinds. , A\" few weeks ago* one Captain Shan- non visited the jDes...

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 — 19 March 1875

J0TI1L NOTES. In reply to t young writer who wish- es toiiiow ••which migazinc will give me the higheit position ^ickjett ?\" a contempe|^idvi»^ a • powder mag- azine if you contribute *^ article.\" A Watertown reporter was sacked by his girl because he did not have beard enough to tickle her face. « « How beautiful it worked !M ex- claimed a Nevada widow who had just been to see her husband hanged. A Tennessee man wrote his will »^ n a paper collar, and it passed through the Probate Court as well as any other will, chough a little unhandy about filing. A Philadelphia officer got up a jury of cross-eyed men, and it took the judge some time to decide whether to fine him for contempt ot court or to laugh. He concluded to laugh. «' What makes you look so glum, Tom ?\" \" Oh, I had to endure a sad trial to my feelings.\" \" What on earth was it }\" \" Why, 1 had to tie on a pretty girl's bonnet with her mother looking on.1' \"What do you know of the charac- ter of this man ?'' was ...

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 March 1875

VOL.2. STURGEON BAY, WliONSIN. MARCH 2«, 1S75 . NO. 23. BUSINESS CARDS. 3 C G. J. Tlsdal II. H. Woodiunuoee. TISDALEeALaw^ WOODHINSEK. Attorneys & COUQJ- ceHprsat Oconto, Wis. . WiU'attend Paor Co. Circuit Court. C B. FAY& CO.,—Ca$co, Kewaunee Co. Wis, . Manufacturers of, and Dialers in. Pine, Lum, her, Shin »lei, Lath $S2., Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price paid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr C« R. WET HO?.!1:, & 00 „ Manufacturers a-:c! Dealers in ail lcinds of Shaved.and Turned Handles for axes, minors' and ra!lrorid fo!s f-~r htrtsecond-growih hlc'-.Try. r-i- 1, Wii'.iar.vs Co., Ohio. M LOCAL NOTES. JOHN, OAttLVNO, Real Estate Agent, Snirpeo\" Bay Wis. Will''personally examine or show :racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: negotiate loans an JReal Estrte security buy and sell land on commission make examination of lands or non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, paytaxes and ttrans- Â...

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 March 1875

cSiiiii i.,fty», ^ e a m to advocate the highest and best interests .«Cltt whole people, absolutely regardless of all par- k i n politics and wets in religion. • _ T««Ms *-$t,oo Jier annum, strictly in advance $ i?a5Jf paid in three months. If not paid in three months §1,50 wfllbe charged. ^••ii0he g i w intercat* of productive industry claim their just recognition at the hundi of the government of the peo- ple, and through the monetary system here proposrd, all these interests can be fully secured. ^ 6. As the public domain is the rightful heritage of the pedple, it should not be distributed to speculators or cor- porations, but reserved for actual set- tlers. It is the duty of government to which is cautious and and conservative in its utterances on business matter** and seldom misleads its readers. As to Milwaukee* but for the effect ficking in these bodies, which are «aid to be worth $35, each at the medical colleges. There is also some mixing of bodies, coffins are taken ...

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 March 1875

..,***- S B CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence solicited from all parts of the County. Sand us all items of local interest and if you do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we will attend to that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editon Ano^ynous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. ANNOUNCEMEX I » . TOWN TREASURER. I offer myself to the electors cf Sturgeon Bay as a candidate for the office cf Town Tieasurer, at the coming Town election. If I am elected, the duties of the office shall be discharged- promptly and faithfully, to the best my abilities. ELI A. THOMPSON. To THE EDITOR OF THE EXPOSITOR. DEAR SIR :—I notice in your valuable paper of March 19th-an article stating that I contemplate starting a drug store here in the spring. So far you are right, and I thank you for noticing the fact. The balance of the ...

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 March 1875

•ww»^i«i:^ ^ ^ i l j f l ^ M * * PCBI1* OF FASHI09 HEPOBTIlfti IH THE ^ttJ^T&e fashion repotter of an Austin City, Nevada, paper describes the belle of the masquerade ball in the following abounding language : \"The most gorgeous,stunning, high- toned, richest, fiirstest-classcst, nicest— or any other adjective for costume—in the 'outfit' was that worn by Miss Frankie Clarke. She was th hifalutin- est, gayest and galusest-dresscd gal in the room. She appeared in the room as a p«ge that any man would leave to read. Both in custume and action she was as perfect as a big sun flower.\" A coupie of days after the appearance of the notice, into the editorial room of the paper .stalked a young man. His brow was wrapped in thunder, his body in a suit of tweed, and his hand clasped a big lump of hickory He pulled a pa- per out of his pocket and pointing his finger to this paragraph said \" 1 want to see the man u wrote that 'ere.\" \"J am the individual/'replied the person. \" What di...

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 March 1875

NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES. GRF.EN BAY. A call, signed by a large number ot citizens ask Anton Klaus to be a candi- date tor Mayor at the coming spring election. , The Advocate is going to have Kus- termann's new Waltz duly played on its Editorial Piano. Advocate says: The.prospect of a good sugar season was never better. The immense body ot snow on the ground, should it go oft* with a sudden thaw or rain, would embarrass log driv- ing very much by overflowing the streams into the low lands adjacant and carrying logs outside the channels. Messrs. R. M. Winslow & Son snip- ped last week, direct to Baltimore to J. McDougi1 & \\lo. eight car loads of first, second and and third class lumber. The excessive depth of the frost, it is feared, has affected the foundations of brick buildings, though few signs of it are yet visable here. KEWAUNEE. Enterprise says: The Post, Office at Rosicre on the north line ot Lincoln, in this county, which was discontinued a year or so ago, has been re-est...

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 March 1875

SSlsS :^m^m&^mf$^M\"^^W^- •M wmmk it roy hated wife it one great p$$IS^ ^ . in my § ^ ^ | h & ^ ^ wife Jrem0fi4 ^crfelf to ner &ther'f house, and now the petitioner ii 1 kcly to be removed by hii congrcgatii n. ^tytii Olive Percy Rice of Indianapo- lit hat received from George H . Pen- dleion a legal opinion that the is hejr to *n estate worth 868,000,000. T h e es- tate liet in Alleghany county, Pa., and Its heirship ha* been traced in direct line to the late Gideon Ritchie, the father or Mrs. Rice. O f two members of a well-known Boston firm, one o f whom possesses the larger capital and the other the la/ger business influence, the latter became dissatisfied, the other d~y, and advertis- ed anonymously tor a partner with 850 , 0 0 0 capital, One reply was received to the advertisement, and a correspondence euMiec between the two parties. At Jam these parties met, and—the man who answered the advertisement prov- ed to be the advertiser's partner. Some hoys at Bristol, ...

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 March 1875

JOVIAL NOTES. Wine improves with age, but kisses Jon*t A man in Terre H«iute ate a quart of sawdust on a wager. What is that re- mark-—*And to sawdust thou shalt re- turn I* In some parts of Louisiana when the girl sets the marriage day she counts up her ague days so as to have the ceremony come on the off day. \"Speaking of inferences,\"said Judge Lord, of B ston, when we see a crowd at the Charlestown Nivy Yard, we in fer, not that there is to be a war, bm an election.•' A Sunday school boy complains of the dilatoriness of the officers of the school in procuring Minister Schenck's new work on \" Draw Poker\" tor the library.— Norristown Herold. \" Prance out some more pancakes V9 warned William McDuff, as he sat at a table in Kansas City and as the wait- er wouldn't prance 'em, Mr. McDuft split his ear with a bowie-knife. A careful housewife in Altoona- put an Si 8 order and a Si o greenback into the drawer of the coffee mill 'ast Wed- nesday for safe keeping. Thursday morning th...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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