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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 26 March 1875

$ • ' Hi SllBi^^^ft^^'^-^* handles. :-l\"T^0hkBrTHB^ HANDS WHITE.— \"^v7l^%^%^^^^/^*y^i'wS**A- : .n»e«»i» ^ wet your hands and rub them with if, then wash them with soap and tepid water. To Exn ACT GREASE PROM PAPERED Wxi,Li--*Dip a piece of flannel in spir- its of wine, rub the u?ease gently once or twice, and it wil! disappear. To REMOVE GLASS STOPPERS — When the stopper of a glass decanter is too tight, a cloth wet with hot water and applied to the neck will cause the glass to expand, and the stopper may he removed. In a phial the warmth of the finger may be sufficient. To CLEAN SILVER. —Silver door and bell plates are most expeditiously clean- ed with a weak solution of ammonia and water, say one teaspoonful of am. monia to one tea cup of water, applied with a wet rag j it is equally useful in in cleaning other si.ver plate and gold jewelry. REMOVAL OF DRV PUTTY.—Accord. ing to an Englith journal, the difficulty of removing hard putty from a window- sash can be oviated with ...

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 — 2 April 1875

•^Â¥t^ /-ir 't^Ac.^ I vv ^|:f|?§W^||'l :•-%'•' - -mm STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, APRIL 2,1875. NO. 24. VOL.2. BUSINESS CfllRDS. =ar G.J.Tlgdal H. H. Woodmansoo. TISD1LEeALaw. WOOD3IA.3SEE. Attorneys & Coun- celiors at ,Ocon.to, \\Vis, .... Will attend Door Co. Circuit Court. G• B. FAY & 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 paid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr C R, WET5IOIW, & CO., Miinnf-isturcT, a-vi a Dealers in r.!l kinds of Shnvyl f^r-l Tumo.i Handles fr axe*, miners* and rnilron'i t-ols fr n.V h*\"-t second-growth hickory. Prhn, William ( o!. Ohio. , '.f JOHX, GARLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or show -.racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: aegotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and •ell land on commission make examination of lands for non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts »nd ...

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 — 2 April 1875

mm? • | i § i ^ i w ftCM10IBAT,WI*. W«sm»mdroot«th« hifhwtand *»\" iatoiwM iftfc* who)* p*opl«, absolutely i»gafd)M»of all par- * » ia polkica *»d *ects in religion. , TaaMS -4io ptr annum* strictly in advanet tuts Ifpaid In thre* months. If not paid in At— nfMitto $1,50 will bm charged. FRIDAY, APR. 2, 1870. • • \" \" I • . . i 1 1 ThtSaltoftto Advocate, they kno»vit. The people will ©f cobrM f tear thy of the Advocate until they ire conrinced there ii no sham about the tranifer. r.r^^^...::r ..v:._. _^:,.. ...•,: .-.,.•. The Advocate, after being under the control of the Harris family for nearly fourteen years, has finally changed hands, having been placed under the entire control of Mr. Frank Long, who has, with short intervals, done the printing for the Advocate during the whole of this time. That Frank is a good printer is evidenced by the uni- form good appearance of the Advocate. The print he has given it is far superior to many, and we may say equal to the best ...

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 — 2 April 1875

Correspon^^ -1: 1::A f.-vn »:i p-riicf the County. SJ^CI UJ V.1 iti.ns of be:*] htcreitond if you do not have thns. to arrange them prop- erly, we will atten.l to t'.ut, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as .brief as pos- sible Writers for tali column must, in all cases, communicate ther real names, confidentially to the Editor. An nous communications will not be published udess this rule is strictly observed. ANNOUNCEMENTS. TOWN TREASURER. I offer myself to the electors of Stnrgeon Bay as a candidate for the office of Town Treasurer, at the coming Town election. If I am elected^Ae duties cf the office shall be discharged promptly and faithfully, to the best my abtlities. En A. THOMPSON. ASSESSOR. I hereby announce my name as a candidate for the office of Assessor for the Town of Sturgeon Bay. If the voters should elect me to the position, the duties of the office shall be discharged faithfully to the best of my ability. GF.O. WALKPP. EXPOSITOR :—Allow me to say a few wo...

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 — 2 April 1875

Cabbage. The Cabbage requires a deep, rich .*..j and thorough workirg. If\" these requirements arc met and ,oo seed obtained, there s no difficulty in ub (Minitii fine, solid heads. For early use, the plant* should be .started in a hot bed or cold-frame but seed for winter Cabbage should be sown in a need-bed, early in the spring,.Some gardeners pre- fer to yrow plants lor early spring Cab- bage in a frame in the autumn, protect., mg them with boards or matting during (he wirner, but without tfocni care plants kaved in this way often prove a loss. In « mild climate, plants may not only be a arted in the autumn, but transplanted, and will make considerable growth dur ing the winter season. Some varieties »eem to do best if the seed is sown in the hills where they are to remain and ibis U particularly the case witn the Matblehead varieties. Sow two or three seeds where each plant is de*ited, and hc pull up all but the strongest. The arge varieties require, to be planted about three ...

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 — 2 April 1875

DoorreouKTY -OFFICIAL DIITSCTOBY. CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer. C. A. MASSE, County Clerk. WM. WAGENER, Sheriff. R. M. WRIGHT, County Judge. O. E. DftSUTZSR, District Attorney. CHRIS D.VNIELS, Cletk of the Court. *' JAS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIKLS, Superintendent of Schools. H. SCHUYLER, County Surveyor. A. No3LE, Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] Hon. Phil-eat-us-Sawyer is making arrangements for a banquet to put him in the way of earing us from the guber- natorial chair. Of course all of us who desire to be e*ten will be present at the banquet. If, double you, O, man, docs not spell woman what docs it spell ? I hear there are only two kinds of dis ease prevalent in this county. The one of which we die and the one of which we don't. \" O h wood.ma\", spare the beechen tree!\" But Mr. Woodman replies that he has no beechen tree to spare. \" T h e ioor'ye always have with you.\" True, down here, where nearly every man is an overseer of a...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 2 April 1875

vV.-:r v t y ^ f e ^ ^ ^ Pim ledatiet oft church janitor rnd twemy-eight bricki ind dr6p them Sturgeon Bay is now the place /or harnm work of all kinda, classes and grades. ^Ql A Covington woman started a mitri- rooirtii intelligence office, and married the first man who applied for informa- tion. The institution immediately died,, having fully answered, doubtless, the purpose of its erection. \" I declare,'' said Simon, one diy to his father, \"our Sal has got to be so learned that I can't urderstand one-half what she says 'twas only this morning i hat she struck po on the uter and mo on to lasses. In one of our public schools yester- day Johnny and Jimmy got into a quar- rel and were railed up for it. \" He stole oranges,\" said Johnny \" and 1 kin prove it.'* ** I -ay I didn't,\" was the prompt response \" but he stole ap- ples and wouldn't give me the first bite.\" \" My dear children,\" said the teacher kindly, \" say no more. I am fully convinced that you will be a board of ed...

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 — 2 April 1875

USEFUL NOTES. To DESTROY RATS AND MICE*—MIX some ground plaster of Paris with brown sugar and Indian meal. Set it about on old plates, and leave beside each plate a saucer or pan of water. When the rats have eaten the mixture, they will drink the water-and die. To attract them toward it, you may sprink- le on the edge of the plates a little of the oil or rhodium. Another method of getting rid of rats is to strew pound- ed potash in their holes. The potash gets into their coats and irritates their skins, and the rats desert the place. To prevent-rats dying in their holes and be- coming offensive, poison them by mix- ing half a pound or carbonate of barytes with a quarter of a pound of lard. It produces great thirst, the rats leave their hole to drink and are unable to re- turn. Save the soot that falls from the chimneys, when the latter are cleaned Twelve quarts of soot to a hogshead of water makes a good liquid manure, to be applied to the roots of plants. A folded newspaper placed ...

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 — 2 April 1875

•SHUTTLE Sewing Machine F O R 50 Dollars!! FARMERS, MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, AN!) EVERYBODY Bu y the World-Renowned WffilOT s THI: BEST IN THEWORLD I . £0~Tho Ulgtteat Premium was Awarded to it at VIB2ST3SJ-A.: Ohio Slaio i-Vii \" Vji'tlwni Hlt Fair Amer* Institute, N. Y,j ('Indium!! Export I an t liulisinajvu'b I'KptwUiou t St. li'ysus Fnir l«onis)ttnn Siuto Fair Miss1si»|» S?at. Vair j mul (ic vitJA Ntnio Fair: TOR B-: NV THE BEST SEWISG:RtoCHJNES, and tlo'nrr t!^ Urv o. uml M \\st r n u ^ of WM'\\+ All rthfit Machine* iu t!:t \"tarkct COMPETITION !! *••.-, /'\"• . .'• • . , / V ' . ' / / : , /'.••//•- \" i f . WADfTElK-BItt ?BBMS. Thc BEST SKLUNO BOOIC IN:*V S. the — A R r of MONEY MAKIMC Or \"IJHE ItOAI) TO FOHTUIfE.« An AGFNT IS WANTED TN THIS CO. Sole territory and PAYJNO EMPLOY. MRNT. We want a..jHij.wms ^u-ahc.icl man. •or woman to CANVASS THIS COUNTY.-. NOW IS'YOUR fHANCF.. Kent! i~r Cir- culars anil Term.\".. INTERNATJOVAL PUH. CO., 407J\\\\ Fourth Street, St. Loirs, Vo ...

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 — 9 April 1875

v(mz. .STURGrSOl^BA^Ill^ anr: BUSINESS CARDS. «. J. Tisdal» H. H. Woodmanseo. TISDALE * WOODH.iNSEE. Attorneys & Coun- sellors at Law. Oconto, Wis^ 0 T \" Will attend Too Cot 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 paid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr |*^* R. WETXOHS. & €0., M-umfactureTs and V^ Dealers in all kinds of Shrived and Turned Handles for axes,.mi»ersr and rnilroftd-tnols, froth beit second-growth hickory, lriai» Williams Co., Ohio. 1 . .,•.•' . 4tf JOHN, OAKLAND. Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or show tracts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: •egottate loans an. Real E«rte security buy and sell 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 ...

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 — 9 April 1875

\"t^-J^^•'.\"./.^^%.•v£:5l?i-iS y?iV^«•^^lf.ft^',jl:.,.i|• •,.•.•'„,:• •• • \" • \"• Ji'm ..mi. i- •'.Hi.? i fare Stations. Town Election in thii town pined off peaceably, though accompanied with considerable strHeinc! excite* ment over chairman. The Vote cast wai at followi. Chairman: L. M. Waihburn. 123 J.T, Wright. 80 Town Board: C. Feldmann 202 Peter Peterson 109 E. C. Daniels 95 Clerk W. K. Dresser. 99 John Garland 59 P. /• Hamilton. 48 Treasurer: fill A. Thompson. 169 L. R. Mc Lachlan- 34 Assessor: P. Jacobs. 118 Geo. Walker. 83 Justices of the Peace. F.J. Hamilton 177 RJM. Wright 67 D A . Read. 5 Constables! Fred CWillor 96 John Gcettleman n o Sealer: C. Barnett 96 The elections in other towns as far as heard from, resulted as follows, CLA* BANK*. Board W H* Warren Chairman John Madden Geo. Gilbertson Clerk Nick Nelson Treasurer P. B^ Millard Assessor Thomas Massney NAIAWAUPEE. Board John Mullane Chairman Jesse Kimber John Mann Clerk Ed. Kinney Treasurer Andrew Gcettlemann,...

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 — 9 April 1875

C. A. MASSE, County Clerk, W M. WAGENER,l&erUlV ' k, M. WiaGirivE .*^- O. £. DAft&TEE* D&trictAttoraey. at 6sc|il|^arch j o , and i| » Wtetew ifiwifMiifl A ravenous gray wolffrightenedsome of the ftrmers in the-VSIni^ of Chilton CHRIS DANIELS, Cietk of the Coutt^ JAS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds. CHRIS pAMfets, Superintendent of Schools. H.SC«UYLER| Countypurveyor. 1K.{, A. NOBLE, Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] Wages of all kinds arc falling, except the wages of sin, which ^rc on the ad- vance. Ignorance works in the* dark.-r-Cuss. edness defies the light. Some people see nothing,, hut stare at everything. That chattering .member of the coun- ty board, of last season, usually mani. tests abouc as much se.»,v as the man who climbs a tree tor ash. I know a man who has such an: ex-* alted opinion of himself, that he has no opinion for others. ' »• In character, in manners, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is in limplicity.\" I...

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 — 9 April 1875

i**iSii ^lliip^^ |^p«6- ^Jjefl:--' jii.vci u l cbrfc will icnerik Storgeoo B»y U now the plju» jbr burnt* ^orl^o?*!! k^U, claiaeaaod:gt|iip£t^^SX? :isfe i \"^_./l^r__ : • ^-^igf\\ip^e|S ripg/-beconi«. too tight to £ w thp joint of the finger, the fia$e* ihould fine be htl^ ill told wiiir to redMce any »vveliin# or In&ttHttion. Then wrap «iV| soaked in hot water arouncf the ring to expand th* met*!, and lastly soap the finger- A needle threaded with strong silk can then be passed between.the ring and finger, and a person holding the two ends and fall- ing the silk, while sliding it around the periphery of the ring,^wUl readily re- mdvEfJei latter,\"VAnotK^r method is to pass a piece oT aewihg silk under the ring, and Wind the' thread in pretty cldie spirals and closely around the fin- ger to the end—that below the ring— and begin unwinding. A simple and-ususlly successful mode of extracting a needle or any piece of s^rdTipi $rcfte9Wvii the flesh is accomplished by the app...

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 — 9 April 1875

*W*P?^^ . ^ . j ^ ^ ^ »•!••? %H*Hiitifo- m ttH ^ ' - ^ f ? 4 ^ ^ '&$&P*ty^S$&*^^$ m ^ **.. w i^t nese •' \"\"-•' 2*** M B * ' * ! * s e w ••••',•:••- nenw hw *: * « ^ - ^ • 4 ( I f M ' \" : * ne ne *•• nw * s sw * „' ,.,,'S, se • , ? '* Strip, ,irtir#eyj ch una wide. uproas'the n\"w sldo of tuo j swtfofuwJC * BIX ucres. s Tract lo * w H o f IBWK of Spo* '*' S,A» describ- ed in vol., I, '• of deeds at on«e 6o. u«» tiigdO- ji tit' itl ere uion* • \" '\"*« f Tmot. in 0*6 of HWJ4 of Hwiiof si'C. 5 Ul'8U*lt)\" m vol. I Oi' » ©da a t 0, 18T, a n o contai u l n « a * t aa too (ii U i'' utid equal to ab't. 5 iota. 5 rmct in *)i of swH Of: 8'Cfi O 5, It now 11 ns o| «» i, 9. 3. 4. 5,6 and 7 H» 0 oils 1 and »*»«* 3. 4, 7» 8» 9, 10, II IIO'I ia 10 0«c a, in L«\\vn»: .ioi'a unr»v« ooid«» addi- tion, Hilll\\ nig t«H©(i 0- make ouo cruet baiiiO\" e» uy a 11uo iv uui ui 11 u i« A uomt 15 fee 0. auu 133 feer. u 1 tutu tb so . o.mer of 111* «W # Of tuestvK o...

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 — 9 April 1875

^Hi- ••- - ^ w g ^ n i - ^ * • : '%8gwJwg$'-^ •.:-, $»**»€• ft.vrt«T-v' khorvof Stur ' g*2»» • -:.»»*• •• = and running thence nerly alon*tke ^v of Sprocea*! to the nw cor tier of Vk 4 in the town of Oraham, thence nw ly parallel with Main s't and MO ft there, front, to the a \"»eof Rog erY Addition thecewestto the angle fn the line ot unM Ad'n, thence f t*» the «hore, A thence serty •long th* shorn to thft place of be- ginning con mining tH A more or tea*. All that part ' of the nefr'l q'r 8 7 lying * ot Spruce a*t between the town of Graham and the hay shore incltid'g the old Schuyler pier, ft con- taining # AM more or leu, j A rectangu- lar tract In thenefr'lq'r ofS7, inthe cor. of M'n Jr Spruce «'w having too ft front on the w aide of M'n »'t A130 ft. front on the n nide of Spruce s't A tont'g M-too of an A more or lew. j The rectan- t'ct in the ne fr'lqr. of sec 7 having 60ft front on Sprue* »'t A being «o (eet deep, its wet Vriy Una be Sng 00 feat easterly from M...

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 — 9 April 1875

JOYIAL NOTES. \" lf$|ro£ asn^fsaid * father to his inquiring sir year pld^ **.Go ma^t all the| horses and cattle^idt^e^'y«fldw •* There was a pause of wbme moments during Which the youngster was absorb- ed in deep thought, when he finally re plied: \" H e made the first ones, pa : but after that they made themselves didn't they ?\" • «'Go away! Leave me with my dead ! Let me fling myself on his coffin and die there!\" This was in Nebraska six months ago, and now the widow has won another trusting soul, and num ber one's portrait is in the attic, face to the wall. A bashful Connecticut drug clerk was puzzled the other day by having one of the female jubilee singers ask'him for '\"flesh-colored court plaster,\" but after some thought he handed out black and dodged under the counter for safety. , A policeman met a negro at night carrying a trunk along the street, and collercd him. The negro explained «* De family what was boarding me has been axing tor money, and as dey was gone ou...

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 — 9 April 1875

\"•^sa^-sjfessss wifiBsaficag\" **^/ •Mi 5SHB ......... . . . * • * ... WASTm-BIG •^^^tflfc./ The BESt SELtlNfeaObK IN U S. MONEY MAKING\" Or \"THE BOA» TO FOBTCHE.\" ,•„ F O R 50 Dollars !! FARMERS, MEBCHANTS, MECHANICS, AND EVERYBODY Bu y the World-Renowned inol THIS \" ACFN TS WANTEt) IN THIS CO. Sol: territory and PAVTNG EMPLOY? !F,Kt. We want a pushing go-ahead man. r woman to CANVASS THIS COUNTY- SOW TS VOUK CHANCE. Send for Cir- uJars and Terms. INTERNA TIONAL PUB. CO., 407 N. Fourth Street, St.'Lcu's.'Mo Marchal and Smith. PIANOS, BEST IN THEWORLD! tarrtie Highest Premium ITM awarded to It at VIENNA. Ohio State Fair Northern Ohio Fairj Amer. Institute, N. T.} Cincinnati Exposition Indianapolis Exposition $ StTLouis Fair j Louisiana Stat© Fair Mississiopi Stato Fair j and Georgia State Fair* FOR BEING THE BEST SEWING MACHINES, and doing the largest and best range of work. All other • Machines in the Market were in direct COMPETITION!! t^mFor Hemming, Fell- tug, Stitching, C...

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 — 16 April 1875

V^.*^ q.i,\"B., »'! 9 S vmM ..:8(.fji)ii,'iiifi,M'\"'i iXmi+m BUSINESS CARDS. •3E 0 . J. Tlsdal H.H . W«odi«Mi«ee. TI8DALKet A W00DMAXSKR. Attorneys & Coun- cellot* a l*a^. Oconto, Wis. *\"•\"• Will attend Door Co. Circuit Courts C• B. F A Y * CO..^Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in. Pine, Lum. ber, Shingles, Lath Aci. Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price •aid for Fajriflcrjl Pro^wce . ..'.. ... • 37 yr C R, WBTW0TH5, & $0.* Mnniifactiire-s aid a Dealers 4n (all kinds of Shrwed and Turned Handles for'axes,' miic-s' and raUrond fols fr»m h**tsecond-growth hickory. T-hn, Williams Co., Ohio. t 4tf . . • • • • • ' . ' • . J - ' . . • • • • . . . ' . * ' * ' , . . ' - ' \" . ' . ' . ' ! ' \" ' J*OH'N. OAKLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Will personally examine or show .ractsof land to parties wishing to make,purchases: negotiate loans an Real' E«rte security Buy and *«tl land on commission make examination of l...

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 — 16 April 1875

^U^J.L^MMi!?*: m . •:' :- : .\".'••a%k r*IDAY,APR. Everybody admit* of Kentucky expressly tjtfc ^$$mtiscit *••#»»*nd driver* for ^*^pi5v:ATi^|^^ii^I»\" |$|mja£^ i tSi^'S'lliWlVfeiB.^or ferltfs vf^ihlg from sixteen 'ito ':lb|§-$|x months each, '1 Ifhe ^eurielr^B^sJ, iPiS£*£:i!^ vi.l|f*|^^ i*Mi|j|jft^^ JooLirfurJty. ers. Castle* m:|he^r ^ri nor usutllv, leading Democratic ncvVspapet in Kentucky, is entitled to* cteditilof|the persistence which it has shown intex- posing the crimes of these wr&e4»elpBnd in urging upon rhe State auehoririea/tthe necessity orote/king decided mea8ure*#fbr surpressing them. ' •'il-it^iS : / • ?r?r Wtr MladTfivOwB Swlneu. ^ « man whothe * ••elt^afli'i^^ ijuirei a very thorough prelimmary ed\\. ^ ajcttiWi. and no little^ practicar observa- ' Ytt nhjf ^eMoa» out of^ ts«?ry 'ten- will '^MJS^^^!^i^.^m. *$° ^heib!Iowtn|wM•irfU handed us\"ffl a idWrn^^W^n*^ Phywojogy i^*e„^wrth the request tnat wc piigh , im&n^f.^ It is veiy much ihe same in s...

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 — 16 April 1875

COKEESPOXttLXCE. Ccrasrt»ience sofccUflid fromidl parts of tb* County. Send uiaJlitsnM oflocal interest »nd if you do not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we w*JI ^t^^to that. Make your com. muaicatious ^comprehensive but asibrief as pos- sible. wff'W-^ ' ••'••Â» ' Writers J^ i^Ui ^column must, in all cases, communicate'their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Ano.iy.n3us communications will not be publ'^hjd unless this rule is strictly •observed. / — Hjra's PIw Correspondence HOBN'8 PIBB, Wis., April Uth, 1875. To EXPOSITOR :—3bippin«Da8 at last com menoed. two wenks later tban last y*»ar, tne Sobooner K ETCHUM, tbe.flrst arrived, loaded 11,000 codar posts. The GRAHAM BRO'S was loaded next with posts also. Tbe lee kcepa oomlmr and roimt with ihe winds. Tbe Lake at this time 1* much lower than usual, still there » a 15 feet of water at Horn's Pier. Tne following vessels are ©r * route, boua for Hru' Pier: MIDNIGHT HARRISON, VBKIUKE. QUKKN OP THE WEBT. ROKDEN. PORIN...

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