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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 December 1878

OAUSE AND CURE OF PINANOIAIi DISTRESS. BY CHABLE8 M. DUPUY. It is scarcely necessary to repeat a fact so well known to every one in every community—thitt the present finan- cial distress 'bear* with a heavy hand upon all. Those having property to lose feel it in a general^shrinkage of values, while many of that vastly larger class, who are without property, and who depend upon daily labor for daily bread, too often feel it most acutely in hunger and severe deprivations. These periodical calamities in the world's his- tory are becoming too frequent and alarming in their crushing rum to man, and are too serious a drawback to civili- zation, to be longer passed by unnoticed and uncorrected. : , Man has improved all mechanism but the machinery of political economy. He has seemed to think the science of finance too deep for the grasp of ordinary mor- tals, and has left it to the wisdom and selfish control of interested money lend- ers and bankers but the timewill come when the mechanism ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 13 December 1878

• : « # 3ldCXXiX7ir^.T7SCElE TlUB rABLjeo* PUflrtOtft-frilil!*UI.-'TA-KlWO'.rBr • ' « KOT SSFTBXBBB 2Sd, ISA. !• , •.. THE EASIEST SELLING, THE BEST SATISFYING Lve MILWAUKEE Air MANITOWOC X 8.0P.,3.W.19.»)n*\"\"' p. m. sp.». %. m., X48 5.54 S. 15' t4.80 t0.5M J4.15 Wasli^ D. C Eifitfit Fxpbsitor: j A fairer day than yestijrday never dawn-1 «d upon Jin assemyihg Congress. It rain- edall Suridayriig-Iitbat. thesun rose cleat on Mond*yandthii wiiofe^(parth seemed OOJJ?0 KOETTUAND WK*!'. ney andfw«h and sweet. Ther* *a» sun- fAtC-tEXP. MCC. s,hfneIlk vthW hearts of Jfienv too, if ione *•'.^V P- •n '3,*.? ihi'eM i n d « * frrim H.oe* twtamintg r ,».,iir,iu Hardware Headquarters. Xv«WANirOWOO Arr TWORIVBR9 a.tn..'p. tn..a nV /tI0.45 td 8547.80 11.15 7-00 8.00 might jndae.from th Namin coUnte-, mm^es ofitttose wio thrpnged th0/!|rwfe,! Thfr'attMMJt»oito,.of the day «ente*e4m tb*e Capital, of:course, and, thitherward Tart the living,stream. Hoars .bejorV^the time wt tor theijboQ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 December 1878

•SiMtoV^KKil«,4i!SesSB»^SKÂ¥3WSWS!i. •:*V': lW^-* i!-irtmS&> t&'&Ci-.X*, '^r- tcbtrnnam n o * LAST **s»c.} - .,j-,^s*y • • lOQelOck A. kf. Board met .pursuant u o ^^=f•r•Â»oll. ^rtl^4%•Vll*^deA.•.i•^lle^^•t«R.•, -• -pna^^jpw'i-'riidw^: -.: '••'.' \\v.,* ''.-•., :.•-• .v\"... i '•••• ZetUe, tpwn 01 Sevastopol Sam. Churches, tuwp o f Gihrajlar, A . Henaerswtu^towi of : ' 4 A « r t j r ^ a | ^ K & tyrighLiWy^o* J»ck- sonport H . G/Spiiiig, Vowii of Bailey'sHar- bor A. ttosuiun. town of Gartlper John j Fetzer, town of Forest ville . A . Franc, town ] ufu'&nitssels F. W . Andreason, town of | ~ — — ~ \" ~ WashinattiH^^I'ihn Mallane, town of Nase- « / » / ,» waupec ClirU CeuiiWlt,-village of Sturgeon ' KJL \" ° \" ^ f i ^ n ' : ' $ $ $ $ * ' »\"*« of^turdeoii B a y , - / I i m i i , i ^ e % l u f l 6 n N o . i . byMfrFctterf\"*!.„ \" i ™ I I S DE PEN D E N T. i h e w.M'Kl OuV K:\"Ui: Stuivjoo n feyOui' v'L ».«-* 'TTV* ' l'»r'i-.^tw o f ttia P e ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 December 1878

THEBXPOSITOR 0TVB6KON BAY, WISCONSIN* NBTW S IN BRIEF. k SwltMrlMNl. Col. B. Hammer wa» elected president, and Dr. E. Welti vine president of die Swiss confederation.for 1879. I •\"•j'-: Broke B U Seek.- • i: - A London dispatch of the 5th inst. says Capt, Whyte Melville, the novelist, fell from his horse while banting and was killed. Shipwreck. The schooner Caledonia went ashore on Libby Island, coast of Maine, on the 3d Inst The captain and crew of five men were lost .__ Ala»*Ha» Burned. The county poor-house at Davenport, ,Iowa, was destroyed by fire on the 8th inst Of the twenty-six inmates, all were saved but five, who were bnrned to death. Obituary. The Eight fiev. J. P. B. Wilmock, bishop of£he diooese of Louisiana, aged about 65, died suddenly at St. Charles Hotel, New Orleans, of apoplexy, on the 2d inst. Premature Blast. Moses Long and George Carter were fatally injured and a man named Matthews seriously, by the premature explosion of a blast in a quarry near Somerset,...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 December 1878

A PAIL of milk standing ten minutes where it is exposed to the scent, of a strong smelling stable, or any/other offensive odor, will imbibe a tau^t that will never leave it, CLEANLINESS is an\"important element in the profitable growth of animals. A pig well washed will put on one-fifth more flesh with the same amount of food than the unwashed animal. D B. JANES the Georgia commissioner of agriculture, says that there is a true rust-proof oat, largely grown in the south, which resists rust even when ' sown with other varieties-which are cut down by the disease. SPRUCE butter tubs are the best white hemlock makes a sweet tub acids from the oak colors the butter and injures its appearance white ash gives the butter a strong flavor if kept long and increases the liability to mold maple smells and cracks badly. Soak all tubs four to six days in brine before using. THE Iron Monger notices a successful hop-picking machine that has been used this season in some of the hop-growing districts...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 December 1878

Btj£3ifc*£ ^MlEXPGSITQR, TEliMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Ve^r(i«i«»aiic«)^i . ..::„ ....„..$i so .. • ••.-.Sixni^nth*:M:\\....:•i-^h •• Jj.. ii ^...L..... « v: »'' »-,, -. i v.i,..,..: ,.......,. '* {o ' NOT »AlO UNTIL 3 MOUTHS APTB* SUBSCRIBING: *S^ One Vear .... . | , w Six Mouth*...... .:..•. . . . . . . . j . „ .. . * t bo STUEOEON BAY, Wis,DEO. 20, 1878. AND GENERAL HAPPENING*. oooooopoooo Remember the poor. .Get tabs for your ears. X/\" ~ Spelling school to-night. Hen fruit is scarce, just now. Mrs. Hugh Graham is in town, • • Keep your sidewalks cleared off. Cold and frosty nights this week. Prepare for the holidays, everybody. Scarlet fever still prevails in this village'. Orily four days more—untiJ_Christmas. Services at St. Joseph's Church, on Christmas day. Threshing out clo w seed is in progress in Nasewaupee. Subscribe for the EXPOSITOR, and pay for it in advance. Leas day-light on the 27th inst. than any other day in 1878. Good weather for akatinir—but theice is ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 December 1878

^ s X H E EXPOSITCR.l PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. : I -c. i. MARTIN, EDITOR AN$ psora. I Iwhes if pute a one-cent slump on each|(o r directly Bpeafc.nffJLn the hands of Wall paper sent out: which goes to show that it I stteet specalator«) !y«!HhJs amount, o r a I country, ana conts us\"sen-.lere-out\"/ni» -sen.lere-out\" |0 to th e producers «-\"« at a rmnous centsH Voir for cadi name, besides the cost of the paper, printing, -mailing, vie \"=* TU8T? ARRIVIED AT J~EQAU pOBtilCATTQNS mailed miscellaneonsly all over the'fai r proportion of it seldom Hnds it* way ' U l S S 0 3 X 1 1 6 \" W * . F C S S B I l b S C k ' S ' l^h^MruelofTh^E' untry , an d cunt s it s t o th e producers \" sav e a t a ruinou s r a t e , »targe and splendid assortment ot Fait and Win ei Deceased. . - , « . , , Tko, fln.nnu Kia^rv of tb.» ,A«^ Mini»e«7 Gobda, to which she calls tho attention of ' On reading and filing the petition'of John E. The finance nistoty or the government u ladies of DoorCoumy. •...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 December 1878

PAHIJA8 . The nimmer reign offlowersla part, Tet earth bad beauty to the last Of autumn's shortening days .... The pansy droaps, the rose la gone, Baton the borders of the lawn The stately danliaa blaze. With what a varied wealth of bloom Theso/alrestflowersel autumrtcome Their velvet petals bold \" » Deep shades of countlessflowersthat blow, The roae'a crimson, lily's show, The sunflower's royal gold. They glow 83 if a summer sun. Shone through the heart of every one, As if a summer breeztt Were blowing over all the land, Yet Autumn's breath, and Autumn's hand, Make bare the^waTlng trees. They glad the fresh October morn. Aa if with their bright lives were born A second summer-time AH if ail beauty of the year ' Were gathered up and lavished here, 80 perfect ia their prime! They come to us at summer's close, In beauty stately as the rose When full of richest bloom They wave with all the rose's graco,', But in their splendor lies no trace Of rose'rare perfume. Our life hath garland...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 December 1878

Letter of Ex-U. S. Treasurer F. K. Spinner—His Opinion and Longing Desire.- ' . • The force of life-long teaching by the money changers* cunningly put forth through every available channel and means, though ever so false and unjust, has made impressions on most minds that are almost impossible to be effaced. That it may not be thought impossible or improbable, even, that these teachings of the money changers is untrue, and that it is possible for something of great im- portance to be learned on the subject in after life'even, we present the following extract of a letter of Hon. F. E, Spin- ner, who, having already held sundry positions of great trust, both under state and national authority, was appointed treasurer of the United States by Presi- dent Lincoln, in 1861, and held the office fourteen years, under Lincoln, Johnson, and Grant, and then resigned in 1875, at the age of 73 years. In a letter to John G. Drew, of New Jersey, dated August 16th, 1875, after his resignation, Mr. ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 20 December 1878

:'$*$$^ K^i^W^^'S't\"'^^?*^'*'-*'''^- :^?^v^^ ^v ^^«siip *iS!iS^VWBSS-JvWJjlijiSi BddEZilTir^LlXEUBXEl THE EASIEST SELLING, THE BEST SATISFYING Its IMrodootlon and WortJrenowfifd rfputttlon WM the death-Wow to high- priced machines. -THERE ARE NO SECOND-HAND WHITE MACHINES IN THE MARKET. Tklt Is • vary Important matter, aa It la a well- known and w**a|wttd faot that many ot thr sv calttd irat-elata machinaa which are offered ao cnaap no*-a-«a are thoae that have been re- possessed, tthal l». taken toatk trom customers afier uaa) and rebuilt and put upon the market at new, IHEWHItE IS TMB PEER OF ANY SEWING MACHINE WOW UPOM THE MARKET. , IT 18 MUCH LA80ER THAN THE FAMILY'MA- CHINES Of THE SINGER, HOWE AND WEEO MAKE. IT COSTS MORE TO MANUFACTURE THAN CITHER OF THE AFORESAID,MACHINE3. ITS CONSTRUCTION IS SIMPLE. POSITIVE AND ITS WORKMANSHIP IS UNSURPASSED. Do no* Buy any other before try- ing the WHITS. Prices anfl Terms M i Satisfactory. AGENTS WANTED ! White Sewinff Machine Co., C...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 December 1878

: • / ' (COHTtMUED niOM LAST WBSK.) COURTY LEGISLATION, Thursday. November 14th, 1878. Eight o'clock A. M. Board met. Roll I called by the clerk,, all the members present. Minutes of yesterday read by the clerk and approved by the Board. Report of commit tee. \\HLtu^ CHAiRMA5:--You committee to.whom was referred the bills of. Chris Daniels for fil- ing paper as clerk of court, have had the same under consideration, and would recommend payment in full at $2 60 -also bill in full at $9078. ... Signed, A- HENDERSON,. Ch'n. , Moved and carried, thai the report of the committee be adopted and concurred in by the Board. \" Report of committee. MR. CHAIRMAN:—Your committee to whom was referred the bill of Frank Long for print- ing have had the same under consideration and would, recommend that the bills be allow- ed in full at $647 85. Moved and carried, that the report of the committee he adopted and concurred in by the Board. . Mov4d and carried that the Board adjourn until one o'clock P...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 December 1878

TH3 THBKK KIMQ3. BX-BWrn W. LOHOFBLLOW. \"Tfcraa Kings came riding from far away, Melehiorond Gasper and Baltaur: Three Wlsejf eh out of the Eaat were the?, \" And they traVeled fry night aud they slept by day, For their guide 'waa a beautiful, wonderful star. \"The star was 6q beautiful, large and clear, That all the other starsof the sky Became a white mist in the atmosphere, And the Wise men' 'know that the coming was near —Ot4hn Prinflr foretold in the prophecy. Thr caskets they bore on their saddle-bowa, Three caskets of gold, with golden keys 'Their robes were.eTerimson silk, with rows S bells and pomegranates and furbelows. Their turban* like blossoming almond trees. And so the three Kings rode into the West, . Through the dusk of nighove hfns and dells, 'And sometimes tbey nodded with beard on breast Ami sometimes talked, as they paused to teat, The people they met at the wayside wells. \"Of the Child that is born,\" said Baltaaar, \"Good people, I pray you, tell us the'news...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 December 1878

REPUBLICAN LEADERS. Solidly on the Side of Bond and Bank Associations. Their Bonndabout Scheme for the De- Btrnetioa 01 the\" Greenback! Awl a National Bank Supreme Government.: The leadera^of the Republican party have taken their stand distinctly on the financial issues of the day. They leave no doubt aa to their exact purpose. Bold, defiant and definite, they array themselves, in solid order of battle in favor of national banks, national bonds, and national monopolies. Senator Conk- ling at Philadelphia, Secretary Evarts at -New York, and Gen. Hawley at Hart- ford, have almost simultaneously pro- claimed their devotion to the bank asso- ciation, and,'al its swindling array of privileges, exactions, and government supports. . Each of these distinguished advocates of the bond-supported bank oligarchy is pronounced in his laudation of the sys- tem \"by which the over-taxed millions are made to support and sustain the three hunred thousand bank-bond no- bility' by bounties and by exem...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 December 1878

THE EXPOSITOR^ A flock of ducks flew over this Tillage, I house occupies court house square. TERJlfS OF SUBSCRIPTION.- One Year (la adtaaee},.. Six months \" , ••'\" Three '\\ \" ••'\" \" $«'5 .............. 7 s - - - - - - .4° NOT PAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTKR RUBSCRIBiNi : One Year :......^.. ....l....$i » ..JJix months..„... ,.'... i oo STURGEON BAY, WIS, DEC. 27,. 1878. AND UENERAL HAPPENlJfGJi. St. John's day,,to-day. Put no faith in tale-bearers- Kcap your house plants warm. Did you have a merry Christmas? Tramps are scarce in this viciuity. The cordwood business iB reviving. AH are not thieves that dogs, bark at. Ho far the winter has beeu-delightful. Mr. M. Hicff is quite ill—watchers being necessary.. Do not fail to attead the Masouic ball, this eveuing. Lodging teams are as busy as bees in clover blossoms. KgTBusiness Education at La Crosse College for $85. The days begin to grow longer. Not very.fast, however. A loke never gains over an enemy, but often loses a friend. Wit...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 December 1878

THE EXPOSITOR P U B L I S H E D E V E R Y F R I D A Y 0. X. XAETIN, EDITOR AKD PSOP'S.' Make the greenback* a legal tender for all dnc* —they eoet the people nothing! Abolish the National Banks, for which the people are taxed $127,000,000 a yeart Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for'nothing, and deny that right to an individual who holds a bond? This government has been rnn for the benetttofthe Bhylocks and Gold Gamblers 1. The Greenback party proposes to rnn it in the interest or the .People and Labor! STURGEON BAY, WIS.. DEC 27 1878. and Lancashire seem to be in th e worst as polisher!, and comes out the other end plight. Many of these unemployed la-j of the machine hard, dry lumber, ready' borers^With families, upon their hands. ' for use! « Mr. Hamilton claims that the are even now without resources. For the ,'chemical properties hardening m tiverfiber ? sake of economy, th e members of three or entirely prevents water soaking and ren- fonr families...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 December 1878

THEEXPOSITOR •• STUKGBON BAT, .WI8GOKSIN. NEWS IN BRIEF. T«bo«©«» Factory Burned. At ^Richmond, Va., on the 15th Instant, a fire destroyed, the tobacco manufactory of Thomas C. Williams A Co. Loss estimated at$75,000. y • '\" SauMeu Beathv Col. Richarl Daabar, discoverer ahd pro*- prietor of tho Bethesda mineral spring, at Waukesha, WW, died suddenly on the 15th inst., of paralysis of .the heart. ' '! • AbfteoudfBd. Lawrence OUs Halt, clearing house clerk of the Ldndon and Saa Francisco bank, at „8an Francisco, Cal., stole a $13,00$ package of greenbacks and absconded, as is sup- posed, on the Oceanic for China. — — • •\" «c Beai b of Bayard Taylor. The secretary of state received a telegram from the secretary of the United Suites legation at Berlin, announcing the death of Minister Bayard Taylor at 4 o'clock on the 19th inst . A Heavjr Npe*iiIator. Jonathan Nield, managing partner in the private bank of J. St J. Lehton Ac Sons, fiochdole KJeland, suspended in November, ost $3...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 December 1878

IF you want good rhubarb or aspara- gus next spring, give them now a good coat of manure. As soon as the teeth begin to fail, the animal—whatever it may be—is past a profitable age. Sheep go down hill f?st. Weed out the flock and keep only thrifty sheep, over the winter. TREES standing in grass, if near, a hog-pen, barnyard, or other rich spot , often grow and bear fruit equal, in - every respect, to those which have re- ceived- the very beBt cultivation which fact would certainly indicate that trees which fail to bear in grass, fall chiefly because they are starved. THE Ohio Farmer says:- \"We see complaints. now and then in our ex- changes, pf a dry, bitter rot' in someya- rieties of apples on certain soils. The application of manure—sometimes .a special application of lime, ashes, or salt, —changes the wb»lo appearance of the fruit, and the dry or bitter rot is gone.'! SHEEP bred on rich pastures are more likely to produce twin lambs than those gaining a scanty subsistence in le...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 27 December 1878

T0LXX*%7\\r*A.TnaLttJEi ll»«TABLBOr PAH8KMOSR TRAINS, TAKING EF- FECT aEPTEMBEB 28d, 1878. •••'.. GOING KORTH AND WE»r. tACC. tEXP. tACC. LTO MILWAUKEE LTSSHEGOYGAN ArrMANItOWOC a. in. p. m, p. 9.9 m. 8.00 3.10 p.m:p.u. t.m. 2.45 S.24.2.15 t4.80 T6.S4 $4.16 Lve WAMIOWOC Arr TWO KIVKR8 a.m. p.m. a m tl0.46 t6.85T7.80 11.15 7-05-8.00 Lve MANITOWOC lve FOREST J.fJNCT. Lye APPLETO& Lve APPLKTON JUN, Lve NEW LONDON ArrCLINTONVILLK p. m. a.mr\" t« 8014.45 7.48 7.15 8.37 »15 8.46 9.25 9.85 /U.5J0 p.m. p.m. tio.ao tia 45 THE EASIEST SELLING, THE BEST SATISFYING It* hrrtfietloi •** Woiil-wawnwd reputiUoa was •*• death-Mow to high- priori aMftfelMS. THERE ARE NO SECONDHAND WHITE MACHINES IN THE MARKET. Tila l i * wry hmbrtant atattar, i t H I n well, know* •M-WMHMMM fact thai many of the so. caliti IraWaM anealftM vfttek aro eflsrtd so cnaay iwwa oaji sr* that* thatfcatrsbean re- twistuM (tatt la. Ilka*-taekfrom CMtomers after irMyaad ratMMt as* s«t apon tbs Market 'VHr'WHfTI l i TH...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 January 1879

fi'XK *» is*** (COXTIMt fEON. t^mnrittOfltOqB^Nwristb. 1878. Moved ami ttm^-'itet^ht' teport of-the committee oh tsw«i'«ai*l((Dti«tJes be adopted to&f&i»i>A eafm*, ttatthe Board •djo*rn. g^rday, No^tirtO'l^tv W78. l E ) f e W « l b ^ ^ ^ i « « Q r t x l met. Roll * ^ J ^ ^ M ^ ^ ' * * « # i * U present. Mfcntkof fatta***' read hy the ckrk and aftptolre* 6y the Bcitfd.s'\".' rMm^m^- :••'••'. M*. CHAi«XN:-^Ve4r ' committee on fintace wo«dd reiMSitfWjf submit the follow, uig^iuni (6 ' b e t t ^ l W t M e s for the e wuing Sa^ry for county bflSiperi..\". .\". $2,300 oo Superintendent, of ScUook 600 op j County school ta*..' y. i.ago JO * State' tax...'..'.'-..'..'.'.. ' '........, 8-4JO' 12 Interest upon eotirt htime bonds... ' 960 00 Outstanding claim andgeneral fund. 7,170*76 T o t a l . . . . . . . . , ' . . . . . . . .$14,77000 Signed. JoHr* FETZER, Ch'n US I N D E •ND ENT. 3 The Worl d Our Field:'Sturgeon Bay-Q*xr, Hc^^^'JThti interests of ttve People of D...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 3 January 1879

Cothffllt Movcdt commietieon'1 M & r Roll iill present by the clerk and ^#£ - •••••,. c--..- •-:: • •'•• !r*%l»lr • i «*nigUtre'. r^submittfe follow. $e litei'forthe e isuing SapermbfeclfeStof Schobh,. _...... ,6000 0 state tax...,.,.. ../..'.„.: ......A.--._i a^4' t* Interestiiik»(^rfB6BM bonds... 960 06 Outstanding claim M^gyn^fal fund. 7,17076 J-V^ToM^.:...v.i \\^.v:v$i4, 7 7o-oo Signed, •'.-*,• JoHJi FKTZEK, Ch'n. 'Mcwedafld carm* Aat-the repoiffoJ~tKe tpmjmtfeebe adopted and concurred m by the Board. , ' ^ ^ \".•-.!•-,' - ^ \"'- ReWl«k»lo 7 bVMr.5pring. r T3ft*«fc«festS3l3himi«W be given by the newly elect^ e^t$g|k^^ not otherwise provide* by Jaw,.--as^ollows: lion. . Xll 0? which ia^respectiuHy *ttbmitte4^ ' Heqif G. SPRING, Ch'n : Moved andcarried tha* the report be adttoted./ : -./r\"/-'•-' - -./- ' •' -. '...' . * ~ Moved ind carried\" thatrihe county clerk- procure necessary stationery lor the several county offices for the ensuing yejar. Moved ami carried,v t...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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