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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 June 1875

WSSmm mmm m m owtt clime, 1 ^ | Ifetim w I g l i i f e p ^ native of U^SCJftSbtisi- r linterri., v |UcvVxn^^tai^ Caucasus atif like* it bur own i&c^rwA^^ •Â»Â» ^•I^#:W^bbI^' ^fBtbt--,'^r*es •'can' he ^^Ji^m:^^^V^iM^\\}sm^ ^y IcHl'ln'W ^ r l $ t » f 0 ^ # » ' i \" 1 date, for. although it be doubtful whether it ml^^is£^ Ii s anttded **^ ^ f t * ^ ^ ^ y Atoned '#r^fmtfre|dieieri Roujans it #u. x persica^^ Nuxx regia. StJWWi «n Illinois seems giOaning aloud lor aome dcJiy^hce froin its tiresome monotony.g Jtfh*re for jiiUf after mile, hot a stdtie can be seen. Hardly a bush, neither a depression nor elevation that can be marked. » clump of forest trees would be almost wprshiping-^aeopse of stately pines would make one sure the owner's whole thought was not to wring ^outevery dollar from every ac-e, but that he has some idea of making the world better for his Ijvii'g in it, some fia^rral **JM pf beaqty^ some fireltng of Heidelberg is greatly resorted to for the thr% hundred sha...

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 — 25 June 1875

':.'^0^B m m mmmmm ' ^ .^ *if\" CHRIS. LKbNHAMTvGowityTiwisttrer C. A. M ^ s ^ jCoimty^eriu, . r p - , W M . WAGENER, SKcrifc 1 v 1 R. M. WRIGHT, County Jwdge^ ^ 0 . E. ^REUTSER, bistrWt Attorney. CHRIS DANIELS, Cleik of the Court. JAS. KEOGH JR., R^isfrar of Xeeds CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. H . SCHUYLER, County Surveyor, • \" ': - H.G-SPRING. CVn of Boiuxl of Supervisors. Horses for Sale. A ta with OBItie^es and vrajpn .w»fl He #ol d cue»»t» lot C«i*n wC*«no*y Ot$M»iriu 36-3 n , ^ SrUltOKONBAY. Wig. 1776 4875 $*otritl\\ of Jlly —-+- Secure a Sewing Machine. Desiring to increase the ciiculation of the Expositor, we.have been casting about for some hieans by which we can reward those who will help us. \\V*e were willing to de- vote a portion of our advertising space for this purpose if we could in any way make it availa- ble. We coukl not saye ourselves in offering the Expositor tit any less than $r.5o per year, except upon a much Jarger subscription list than w...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 June 1875

gf§y v #||i?|^^ fee- : liev^Siiiif^ItcfeaJl^^^ttMC'' }.i*^c mforiiil]y .. . b t i t ^ g | ^ •:ii^^i^-4^^i!^^^dMy. ^iSh iff steim in the Statfc ^ Kevv York, i Smsllpox is raging to an alarming known ai black imall pox. *Afield of lava of s,0oA*qtwe miles has been discovered in Southern Utah oy tlif geoleigitti of the Wheeler cxpe dition j alio an area of 10,000 square miles in A rizona and New Mexico. The number of immigrants to Nsw VorjiJ^m | jit 1^000 perjona Jess tbrfn^M^el^f5 ^^ -fe- ^ & ^ f e * From January to May 29th. the county of Whltitide J)K, paid $650 at bounty on wolf scalps. ^ A half interett in the new Palace Hotel, San fcanciico, it said to have been sold for $1,750,000. The Chicago fiver amell* badf and the inquiry nowm whether the three inillioni of dollart expended in deepen- ing the canal for the purpose of reme- dying that Very state of affairs have been thrown away. - The National Temperance Conven- tion lately held in thicago accompliih- ed the very detira...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 June 1875

* J M » — JOYTA L mrns. A countryman had made several c* 11 on a neighbor without beiijg iblc to catch him in, and meeting him by chance one morning received tbe fol- lowing instructions as to the course to be pursued on future occasions: *« You may have observed,'* * he said with a look of great sagacity, \"tha t the old 'oomar frequently gits riled, an' when he's that way you jest foller the walls along down to the gooseberry patch/an' you're pretty likely to find me sum'- wheVs.\" A negro revivalist named Andrew Coon is said to be as effective with his own race, in Mississippi, as Moody and Sankey are with white people. K e is a powerful fellow, physically and vocally, and scenes that attend hia fervid ex- hortations are described as being the acme of religious excitement. A cor- respondent of the Cincinnati Commercial attended one of his meetings. After a \"harrowing sermon, that wrought the impressible hearers to intense feeling, he made the following admonition and appeal: •...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 25 June 1875

•*m&ji> 'fe^8'j » ^^f^^^^^^^fjS^-io \"\"'poor.rtlie :jjbw4tr tii tttcl then punch the bottom Jijfpj^^^ fifl^tft \\ SIX: \"'Hot '!\"WWk^onMde t^ne rows, when • th^iil^^^^^ll^ittt^^iiie-^ih nfln! and. :''irSkfe M€fwobt^^ilh-':hilt'* '' •'?\", v Jn some parti of the country, there have been Jarge number* of the orchard orient caterpiller which have left their rings of eggs ou the young twigs. U these are now cat with a clipping pole, it will prevent in every instance a large nestof caterpillers, and be much more caitIy*done than after the latter have grown. Equal proportions of turpentine, lin- seed oil, and.vinegar, thoroughly appli- cd with flannel, ii an excellent furniture polish. \"•''•••'* Tin can be removed from copper ves- iel$ very thoroughiy by immersing the objects in a lolutidn of blue vitriol. The German washerwomen Qi any ^ § J ^ P * i i l ^ $ S ^ y.: tf$i'ftVa^^^ C3rocerie^ ^ Sardware, OQt s |& Shpcs, StonewaVe, A c , cftc rniiigJ^ols. Glasswar^, Cr CUN ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 2 July 1875

•&$&$fh@$<i?X-, ^**fc#rf: VOL.2. aimpMM STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, JUL* 2,1875. NO. 37. BUSINESS CARDS. P#T^ ** t m .j U4. J « « ™ LOCAL NOTES. *m JJ J o HI 2 » » \" .* u ,/ • U o ^ *• R O-S £ g. aeJJ - « ^-u n « n J ? ^ Ba-c u ««5s~ •J2 h a is. J. Tltidttle II* H, WoodniMisec. *TMSDA LK A WOODXANSEE. Attorneys & Coun- J. cellors at Law. Obonto, Wis.. t3T\" Will attend Poor Co. Circuit Court. C• B. FAY A CO..—Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in, Pine, l.utn. ber, Shingles, Lath &c.. Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price paid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr JOHN, GARLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or show :racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: negotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and eilland on commission make examination of lands :or non-residents furnishing descriptions, abstracts and plats investigate titles, paytaxes and ttrans- act a General Real E...

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 July 1875

sM^fj^isi^tejisS &&M fty^h+.ix&i^tyj&ji^ : We »nnvlif«dvo^^|I?e highwt and bent intemU X. »ftfcfjj^a -w^rdl«a-of all pAr« fi*»5 ifpawl tti three nwttiji*. Jf not paid ,fn three ••'• • t # i i H i i ^ : ^ •\" • • • f-'-'iii-fufi-aiM i fir-' -1 1 ii'ii w^t'Yti - : - afe Oavc»tfo for tM HonJaaUoK of C'aBdldat** for kUU OffWets. A Convention compost* of two daieaatea from «a«a Btnate and fAaaoojbly District if bereb? Icalled to moot* to the olty of If ftir*ii* lcte»tiao'oloolr,Boon,on WtdBW*»j, 8^U». k«r f, 1W«, for tbo purpo«o of uomltiwlDff c»n(Md»t««fof8tftUOffloerf,to reproMbi tbo people or Wlaoonam In ibo administration of 8t«l« Ainart, w»dfor Uio traoMotioa ot such otbor bn*iD««f M tbe CooTentloo, whoo as- •wnbltd, van deem necessary to tbe public welfare. ... Alljeleetors ofiWleeouitn wbo beliere tbe intereetiof piTfy orR»Dlwtlon Jtutly eubor- dlnate to tba publie food, and wbo otberwiae «ccepnb« tltii dootrinee of politkjjil proiwM a Dd...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 2 July 1875

*•'#»• .WfcvWiKXe i««^ *A^-afe'« * ^^*°**pj$Sgi$^?* • '-'*• -V *:- '£:&s&?£ ^-vt^^j^ • H-:V*V'*»\\.iilC^' NEIQHBOfTHOODNOTK* The Record lays: • • John Kum. and old resident of For- estville went to sleep upon a wagon load of sand, when the team ran against a stump capiizingthe wagon box of sand upon Mr. Kum, where his neighbors found his lifeless bodv. On and after.July i ^ the following changes in the mail service in this vi- cinity, which have been ordered, will take effect: v Stages on the lake shore route will run tri-weekly between ahnapee and Tw o Rivers, via CJasco Pier, Alaska, Kewaunee, Carlton, Sandy Bay and Two Creeks, leaving Afcnapee Mon- days, Wednesdays and Faidays. and re- turning,.{will leave Tw o Rivers Tues- days, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Mr. I. L. White, of Kewaunee, is contract- or. Service on the Green Bay route will be reduced to twice a week. Stages will leave Gresn Bay on Tuesday and Friday morning, arriving in Ahnapee the same evenings, and...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 2 July 1875

\\ : |i| j|e|^ estt^^||«iiWp| thg ^l^^tnnih* *h4 mounttint o the Monongahela Valley* #hd inifccfjrli.0^:- ^^l\"--:|i«d : maje^tle tree* that cotcrea* thickly much of the ifca offthdle countries in theState* were • rew years ago thought to contain pine enough to amply comply with the lawwill of lupply and demand lor the present, and to furnish ^.^J|jfigiJfeg^j^.r_..*i^J^t«rj^Vi^ow—.. eyef diittnt, Thit impression the march jofieyentsJiaa.thip pu| h1y cjiipell- cd. The forests of the Delaware Val- ley hay* yielded no pinefcryears, and the resources of the timberwgionjt of the [{Allegheny an Monongahela have been drawn «jb so largely to lupply the markets of the Ohio Valley, that in « comparatively short time tbeirj pine forests will be exhausted. Eastern mar- kets must, therefore, look to the coun- tries of the northern part of the State for their supplies of Pennsylvania pine. Philadelphia and Baltimore have been amply furnished with thii timber from the latter region for years,...

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

CHRIS. L I » N H 4 J ^ J C ^ £ : C. A. MASSE, bo^iy-ld^/^? ' «^ ** • ' Wifc WAGENER, Sheri$, , R. M. WRIGHT, Corner fj/djfe. 1 O. E. DREOTZER, Di$tricfc?Mtprney. CHRIS J^^ I JAS. Kyi&kllS ^ s t ^ jij$$.. 'I ?4y 1 CHRIS DANIELS Superintendent of Schools! H. SCHUYLER County Surveyor.5 H.G-SPRING. Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. a=-E- V'1,'1' t.: \" • lh \\lpO'i^^^^^f'J^^?^'^M^S?B3B5BS3|.j5SB Hirrisop Ludington, NfaVor of MiU |rin thtt is said to exist in tint city, will probsriljr be the l l c p ^ i p ^ ^ K date for Governor. - He eij||$l§§||be able to carry Milwaukee city^y being able to manipulate this ring, w|itjth con- trols the Police, Fit* DeDarrJrtent and foard or Public Works, ft is sf|i that tjhls ring js of the Tweed order, and is robbing the tax papersMf thoi^||i%C dollars. Voters, how do you like the idea of haying sucl\\ meni .cbnuolj the State ?—Shawano JeirnsL y' ^ A i s SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] t Th»t's What's the Matter. You may think the word M that\" of v...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 2 July 1875

?$pll ^mmm SM&'i'MSssftSs? Wt0M it iie^th|\"#i^Ji|||4iiiBti r/^u?r^|p jfi^ final itrugglei on the bottom, he caught in his hands a largefishing-lineset by a iif|i^^^tefccatfish.f-*t%e'owtier of ' the Jin* ii^^tel^^lJed^JfJ. iiL-j:|j?d with it the lid, who, after protracted • erlbrti was resuscitated. 4 y r ' ^ •': . . Th^A^^ religion, live in polygamy and bury their dead.^ . ^h«y-^xia\"diie. mo$t per-^ the penalty of Jiifidenty Itlfte loss of the note, /:',,.-,•• -, : : t ' . ., /- It if 1^000 years thisi year aitice the firsfc naval victory or? the English was gained by Alfred oy^ th$ gimef^ It is estimated that there are over 800 ton of old tubber shoes ^nahufactured in* to car aprifigf in Boston annually. Philadelphia has 3,000 professional beggarii w^pie gaini||y9ra|egmCi|e thtn $3.00 per dag each. In 1874, only •bout 74,000 emigrants, left Bremen and Hamburg against 132, 000 in 18731 and 154,000 in 1872. A Mr. Galton has been comparing schoolboys in town and country, and a...

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 July 1875

JOYUXHOim \"TJ , » • *v^-y..-.jij,aii»)s^^}s ^ \" .'S Sf- ™-H&'& .'^.\"'.'vfe-••V ,r-BM^! English traveler—\"As he got ujp two h o w pistols dropped from his back pockets.*' Interlocutor —*•'•• But how could he find room for two horse pis- tols ? \" Third party—\" O, it* did not mean two horse pistols, exactly, he meant two Golfs pistols,\" Probably no characteristic of the fe- male mind is better developed than the docility with which women accept the fashions of the day. Be they beautiful on hideous, becoming or unbecoming, comforttble or torturing, they are the \"fashion\" and must be worn. Old Lady (who sleeps badly): \" Now, Mary, if I should want to light my candle, are the matches there ? \"—• Mary: \" Yes, ma'am, there's wan.*' Old Lady: \" O n e ! Why, if it misses fire, or won't light \" -Mary :*.\" Oh, divil a fear of it, ma'am. Sure I thried it.\" A fond parent who bought a cow for his summer residence in anticipation ot the delight that the product would cau...

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 July 1875

JHKPpSp^ moderate Ah ,: .jSiiiif^%'....... One thouMnd ahijfigjci laid four inch- et fo the weather, will cover one hun- dred squire jfeet ©Wiurfee, and five •pounds of shingle oaili will fasten them One-fifth moreMding and flooring is needed than the number of •quire feet or surface tu be covered, becaosiof the l»p in the aiding and matching of the floor. —i' '.^'' '•' One thouiand lathi will cover seven- ty yards of surface, and eleven pounds of lath narti wiii nail them on. * Eight buihejr of good Jime, sixteen buihela of land, and one peck of hair, will make enough good mortcr to plas- ter one hundred square yarc|i». . A cord of atonei three bushels of lime, and t cubic yarci^f sand_will Jay one hundred cubic feet of wall. Five courses of brick will lay one foot in height on u chimney, six bricks in a course will make a flue eight inches wide and sixteen inches long, According to Niedling, a beautiful orange*ye]low tone, much admired in a chest at the Vienna Exhibition, may b...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 July 1875

jiP^SpB^t * ^'Si,^Vt^*VSH**:»t\"®«v! S&Si i»: 'vvv!?*•* \".t'.s'. lJ 'i'i5 j vij:=?,,j^j1-yi.4y ^{ ... .. .„...,.,J^pti™ m VOL.2. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. JUL Y 9, 1875. NO: 38. BUSINESS CARDS. &W^T^( Stft few ^mofiX: G. J Tlsdal II. II. Woodmausefi. T.ISOAXEet&Law. WOODMAXSEE. Attorneys & Coun- cellors a Oconto, Wis. Will attend Door Co. Circuit Court. Ca B. FAY & CO.,—Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in, Pine, Luin. oer, Shingles, Lath &c, Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price l»aid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr JOHN, OAKLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Hay Wis. Will personally examine or show racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: negotiate loans an Real E^trie security buy and icll land 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. ^siy HALF-WAYBay. HOUSE ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 July 1875

*tii|SS S|iiii*» sdvocats ths high«t and bttt interest* 2s#S^sfp$fr^ paid i thw« %#®%^*jilfll^^ 1 fy*h*rfiHi,:-, COBTMIIOH for ths Nomination of Candidates A Convention compowd of two delearatea from each Seuste and Assembly District Is berebv Icalled to meet ID the city of Milwau- kee at 12 o'clock noon, on Wednesday, gaptsm- Iim :#, 1875, for tbe purpose of Domination candidates for State Officers, to represent tbe people of Wisconsin tmbe administration of 9t*ti Aifalrs, and for toe transaction of such '00$ business as the Convention, when as setnbledt may deem necessary to the public .::lrelfair». .: All electors of(Wisconsin wbo believe tbe interests of party orjraolzatlon justly subor- dinate to tbe public ftood, and Who otherwise accept tbe vital dootrlnes of political progress and impartial government emoruood in tbe platform of tbe People's Beforoi orffaouatioa of 1873, supplemented by tbe Declaration of* Prinoiplfls unanimously adopted by tue Ra form and Independent m...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 July 1875

P|f||§P§i|lg| ipMiMzzpi mm*m •iftgi ::XX^ jfe*+*«Si' '\"\" ore it Cdrtt»pC^ence»oUdted from all part*Wthe County. Smd IU all iteou of local interest and if yOtt do not hare time to arrange them prop. eriy, we will attend to that Make your eom- roaniratiom comprehen»ive but as brief as pos- Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate tlieir real names, confidentially t 0 sc*nd t h e m from .under your influence to the Editor. Anx:y rious communications j they must go soon enough, and the will not be published unless this rule is strictly | stronger their minds are when sent put, il was capable of acquiring was ten years of age. Fvery fact in Physiology, and Men- tal Philosophy cries out against this fcreat wrong. Parents, let the little •ones breathe the fresh air o f Heaven, ests of fir and laurel line the hill sides. At this season the river is a stream of fifty feet in width, moout knee deep. The other bank is the margin of the red-woods* I A mile beyond we came ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 July 1875

liii^o^fittiMitiitri.1 * AScitntlioFiU*C7Expoied. | ^ i l ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ V f c y out on Olive :|uift^procJucc* new act /to the old .|||f^fecpcited:drami,of \"A. Dog with toinft|»ng Tied to Hi* Tail.\" It wain'S any old oyMcr can or split .stick affair, tut nomcthing entirely new. Ifhe dog, which was a little hlack-and- ling aiong the street with a ted toy balloon which he was holding by a rtring. It was a very large balloon—as large as those toy balloons ever grow, The lady passed the boy and turned 'he corner, The dog came trotting along and was about to pass the boy also when the little urchin, impelled by a spirit ot evil, grabbed him. Then, still further instigated by the devil and cuTiosity, the boy tied the end of the string in his hand firmly abiut the dog's tail about two inches from the end and let go. The animal started off with a yelp to rejoin its mistress, but it didn't regain her all at once. The balloon straighened out the tail in an instant so that it pointed toward the ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 July 1875

C. A. M||SE, County Clerk. WM. ^ I ^ E R , shetttt R. »^^«(pr, County Judge, O.fe.^JtEtrlzER,District Attorney. CHRIS D^NttLS, cieik of the Court. * ^ J AS. KEOGH JR., Register of Deeds.. ' ^ CHRIS DAMELS, Superintendent of Schools. H. SCHUYLER , County Surveyor. H.OSPRING. Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. Arrival and Departure of Malls. Sloe© the commeneemsnt of the new mail contracts on the fliit of July, the following Is the Bbedule time for arrivals and .departures at this offloe. Green Bay, daily, arrives at 7 o'clock P. M. Departs at 6 o'clock A. M. Badey's Harbor, 89m1-weesly, arrives Mon* d*ys aud Fridays at 6 o'clock P. M. Departs Tuesdays aod Saturdays at 8 o'clook A. M. Epbraim and Fish »Creek, semi-weekly, ar- rives Mondays and Fridays at 6 P. M. De- parts Tuesdavs and Saturdays at 9 A. M. Clay Bauks, and Ahnapee, weekly, arises Thursdays tt 6 o'clock P. M. Departs Fridays at 10 o'clock A. M. SLABS [From Jezreel's Saw.] Men we don't like to meet. Th* man who grunts and ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 July 1875

It ii put in organ*, the |ffjif$|||^^ anddtihci. itig^i|W-: :df fpaper in ^'ddti1 lent.•• .••Â« ,-I, ^ . ^::^' v^iiift^ ^-^^ The United $t^^*^i , n^ent i |s per- ambula ting over the countryr-r-nou a Cabinet officer being in f Washington. The Scandinavian language is to be taught in the/ Wisconsin Ufnjversity. They have preferred charges. agamit the city physician of Grand Rapids, Mich.r for drunkenness. About 75,000 Americans annually visit Europe. These on an average spend $500 individually, which foots up to the sum of 837,500,000 of mon- ey made in this country and spent in foreign lands in a single year. It looks as if the Indian tribes of the rar West were preparing for not only a general war among each other, but ! against \" all the rest of the world •\" be. sides. IT is claimed thaMhere has been more tree planting in Minnesota this season than any two previous seasons. Tfot to whom it is |J|p5li^|'itmpiy repeat! the words of |Bji|? -|fter' 'himj^i.fi|u:di,blyj. TO» S l i p...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 July 1875

i , ^$§w$,..... '.•.WLS5»ff|.a •,• ,•• -• i^^liKlHl^ OffLYlkOOA OHLVfl.Ml SsTE •'•' bring eleven daughter* with hint to Wuhington next Decembe.-, and yetBftftTOrSTOllIKS. the nation will expect him to get along on about a dollar a day apiece for each of hit household «* Are we degenerating?\" sternly de- mands the Nashville Union and Ameri- can in a head-line. Candidly, we don't think you are we don't see ho»v you could.—St. Louis Republican. Visitor: \"Well, Mrs. Flanagan, what did the doctor say about your poor husband's deafness?'* Mrs.: \"Bedad, M its, the doctor says Tim will never hear again but (whispers) please don't speak loudi it might make him depress- ed loik. A friend lately called upon the his- torian, Runke in Berlin and observed: \" Well, Professor I suppose you work as hard as ever in your old age.'* \"Yes,\" replied the veteran, tenderly ««mv wife is dead now, you see, and I have less annoyance and can accomplish more. % •'•No, I stayed home and had a spell w...

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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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