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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 13 August 1875

A i ^ d* the feiek pf *h*^tovey-stir ring frequently* T6 color a feeatftifiil titit, jget twd auiicfcs ofultrtfiiiriht-blMe iiio* onrcajic* of V*ne$ari red mix lepirately with cpld^ ipft watcrf .and •train through • itockrng or |hin cloth, each in •fcocrtte vessel*! The whit, ing miy now be stirred well if too thick, add more hot water, and' strain through a flour sieve into a good.sized pot. Add some of.'.the. blue and red, alternstely, till you get the desired shade, which may be ascertained by putting a little of the mixture on a piece of paper and drying by the fire. When your color is determined, pour in the glue and after mixing well, apply the wash hot to the walls, brushing in any direction, as it mixes better than put on too carefully On white walls two coats are necessray but after the room • is once done, one coat is sufficient. Should the ceiling have to be done, put on the whiting alone first, then reheat the wash and add the paints and glue, the latter to he light colo...

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 — 20 August 1875

iwwajtMowKfe-f^ttMMM^mi...,.,—^. .„.„•• 11,.,. r -, i • |, n ... nnrcumi iirmiTWiaiiiii^Mufciuu.JJitjjij.i.imuxxujLu. e ^^'- ! , ^*^M^:.^^ « M K ^ W B ^ * * » I M J . I M » « . V M 1$ V t'i ' riH \\ * ft • ' ^ .1 •rt f • *y * ?s ^ W * i If?VOL*2v . Mai ?\\sitT, tt •i )!•• i»oO tt ^* STl|RG$ON BAYVWISCONSIN, AUGUS T 20 * 1875. .*»! ?f ,ii 44. jpMSllffe^ll^ -Tr7rr D•t A* REEIK A&tncaeV a L*w\\ gnles and ptiruUuAtidbf R3.il E icvte nukotuued fJ «.»Y *trier»Mi AH tfusliiegtf otruste to am : SHE*IF? W A G E N ^ I took §a Swcnson to Stated Prison last-Monday. IN many parts of the county \"flie fruUviaedof 1 Ria l E icvt e nukotmte d fJ r .M.OM»t£v OW»M»»H.,£Ujjm„,i Oogenous a : W a r e yet nearly impassable. •acuity. StiirirojtiT3iv, Wis. ' 44—tf ' J ., . , . . . ' • •• -r-.i \\ -.-J -.? J : w., .- • • ••• . - - ' - . GREEN BAY has just decided to pcose* cute het*defaulting city treasurer. I]'': \\ CHOLERA-MORBUS V i n order how-— watermelons have come to town. G J. US...

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 — 20 August 1875

yUBUSHIDEVE 'llwl^V^ll^V'/^'il,'»M| «l * g to morrow evening,^^ in^lbok wellthiir the interestsof thepeople,'tiotofpoliticians, .:' Wc tt|M ttf MiY4CSlC tnV ItIghMt Mid'\" P**t tRtMWM. ffthe wholt ptopk,Abfotuulf regardlcM of all j?ar- :j. ou:'i:^ | ,,, .t*!*-??!-.- / • •••:• : m :,.-•• _ T«*»u ~-#i,00 par annum, «rictly in- advanca 1^25 ifpaid trt threa month*. If not paid i* thrw month* ft, o will bachargad. ., FRIDAY, August, 13,1870. , ,' , 1 1 . ,, ' ' J ' • ', •,., WISCONSIN STATIILICTION, ( oareailaa for * ha. IfoMl*Atl«» of Caaaldatf• for State Ofteara. A Convention composed of two delegates from each Senate and Assembly District is hereby called to meet ID tbo city of Milwau- kee at 1% o'cloolr, noon, on Wednesday, Septem- ber 8, ICT*, for tbe purpose of rornlrjating candidates for State Officers, to represent the people of Wisconsin in tbe administration of State Affairs, and for the transaction of such otHer Business as the Convention, whan as •erabled, may deem ue...

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 — 20 August 1875

COKRESPOSDENCE. T Cbrretpondenc* wlidtcd from i4I pa^tepf the Coaoty. S«nd u» ail iU|Xis ©fjlocal inXertO-cu\\cl if you do not-have time to arrange thera^prcb- eny, we will attend to that, Make-your com- munications comprehensive bat as brief as pbs- sib§£'i - - - ' •:: ':'1 ,^w ^ » , ^ : i ' •-••' ••-• -'- 'Writers for this column must* in all cases, comnunicate their,reed*names* confidentially , to the Editor. Anonymous, communications will not be publishecVunless this rule is strictly observed. POiitlcAt T he democratic congressmen who ar so sanguine about the next speakership omit to state that Sam Jtartdall is a back pay grabber, that He voted eight times for that proposition in its various forms, and that he not only took pay, but that he never returned it. It has cost only $500,000 worth of government advertising to keep the Wash- ington organs in heart during the last three years. St. Louis is.unhappy about the newly passed constitution of Missouri, because the •Â« roo...

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 — 20 August 1875

ffi: mmtmm ,iuimmmmv,m*mtnm WfflMSl!llt^!Â¥^ • • • •.•-.. • • t v ^ . ? - - ^ - yl* ^^i^f, ,1 r.\" t ,- Vrt •••* /1 UU^ S 3 The $te# Orleans Tto# mentions * visit to i convict in the Louisiana stite prison whoic history ft • sad one. It. aejrs: «• One nfght, seven years ago, a Mr. Ratc!iffe, in old citizen and res- pected merchant of tner parish of Cata- houla was atsasslnated on the highway, and foully murdered. The object of the crime was limply robbery, for the unfortunate man wet stripped of every- thing bearing the least value. A broth* er of the murdered man, living in an adjoining parish, wis quickly informed of the incident, and he hastened to the spot, where, overwrought in his emo- tions, and roused to a thirst for ven- geance, he vowed he would not rest until he had avenged his brother's death. With those of the neighborhood, he took up the task of finding the criminal and so much more eagerly than the oth- ers did he press fotwsrd in the under- raking that, at the end o...

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 — 20 August 1875

_-^-COUHTY OfJPlClAt DlBEO^roi^r. C. A. MASSE. County Clerk. . • ,. w^^AGE^m&t! !n ,-,f\",,u R. M. WMQHiy County Judge.-i. v ^ O. E. DRE^TZER, DistrkjLAttorney. *. • ,-, C H ^ I S D A ^ B S ^ , CleikofthCiCourt- MM- JAS. KEopH JR.,^Regisler of Deeds*. .,v ? ? CHRIS DANIELS,^Superintendent of Schodlk H. SCHUYLER (purity Surveyor.' • / \" H G S P R T M Ch'ri of!Board of\",£upervjsqrs. .Since the commencement of the new mail contracts on tfre flist of July, the following \\i« the sbedule time fur arrivals land departures at this office. ••••-''• - - '• •' '••••-!•• ' •••'*' Gr^en Bay, daily, arrives at T o'clock P. M, Daparts at c o'clock A. M* .••.-.- Bailey's Harbor, sein^weekly, arrived Mon- days and Fridaysat6.o'olook P. M. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock A. Mi ] Ephraim and Fish • Creek, semi-weekly, ar- rives Mondays and Fridays at 6 P. M. Dd- parts Tuesdays and Saturdays at s A. M. Clay Banks and Ahuapee, weekly,' anvee Thursdays at $ o^clock p. M. Departs Frid...

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 — 20 August 1875

lo?»f,rnit ^ ^ ^ ^ for *(** iblioili .„ , unde«tk|| tihre^r t^|iie%c£Qj she drops the himmcr •hcTwccpj.'* Soiiw people tre like eggs—too full of thc(rtIivli-to hold §nything else. Why HtVe chickens no hereafter I Be- cause they have their necks twirled (ncxVW^rld) in this. It is said that a duck goes under water for divers' reasons aniiJieja goes ashore tor sun-dry purpoUcs* S Strange, that although the most of our chickens fay everyday, yet at night they are all roosters. It is % notable fact that the most of yoiftift?10cifhf ttilsvyelrr jiver* hatched on Sunday---more particulary those of •Â« pedigreeOlttfck. - -1? £•''*• Three old women and a lame man constitute f fjfIbt^tMsg tortcty ||J$abuqus, Thelilr& ^l-vVoWenflM to^etKeri'-'M' their chicken! acratph op the lame man's garden..The debate is held across the lin|l|nfej f^ Q l^J *v'\"^3' V,i *«'^nTGri'ndiDttite laid the eggs those chicks were#|*?f^| 1ro nj|||aic|\" apoul- try fancier|»tfiV»^i.a^«M*S|l\"Jwll to an adm...

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 — 20 August 1875

KVTCWJ j&smitmm&)» T h e inquiry, w e ( iujpq*e prelates to: the dj*neatic... chceie road^ .of^(pur|it|lk oftcncr known ^ as ,ff Dutch chesse\" or\\ \" p o t cheeses\" T h e process if to set! the vessel containing the sttiir tnilk on' the stove, over a kettle of watei , and let- it •heatup slowly till the milk thickens and the whey is ^partly separated. As soon as the curd becomes firm enough to handle (before it becomes bard and the whey all- separated) it is removed and suspended by a cloth or perforated t'n long enough to drain off the, water and cool. If for domestic use, , it is broken up, and about half as much sweet cream added as originally belong- ed to themilk, and salted and otherwise seasoned to taste with aromatic, if desir ed and cither made into hand cakes or packed away in a vessel for uspy. If for market, the curd is drained and broken up, and salted and seasoned with a little pepper or\" caraway seed, and a little-* butter added, so that the particles of ...

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 — 20 August 1875

let going mwniefia window id id «womin ihriefced out: \"Iidt you fckrityou'd fcetif ?duH WMn t |btne- by jiineVdocki^ ^ • Yeiter&y wiien i wdm*n stepped aboard a Michigan-»ve. car the driver jurted up and caused her, to sit down on thefloor instead of the seat. \"I'm very aorry, madam,\" he laid, at he checked up. /'Yes, itVan occasion when sympathy makes one fee] good,\" she replied'ii ahV go! iipS \"but I be- lieve 1*1 1 break this parasol over your head for * lucll^V,vAnl.' she whalloped him until there wasn't anything left to strikcjiswith:-r-roetroit free Press. i The other day, as an aged lady stood in Reynold's drug-store and surveyed the hundreds of drawers and bottles fill- ed with drugs and aicdieinci, she sigh- ed ancfj whii^ered^ to heriel fc \"Dear me I i&w^I^llketb^be twenty years and have about fourteen sick tlpTOUE*. tMnoti ARtlQLES. HtSCKLLAHEOUft HADING. *',,•'. -., : 1*V •ISCELLiHKFUS BEADI#J. M UXM) IfrJ HOUSEHOUyiEWS. CHILDBKIfS COB*ER, AMATEUK PRIN'Pf...

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 — 27 August 1875

Mutoutmmm- *****tt*S»9l«i5i*WMi*w BUSINESS CARDS. D• A. BBBD, Attorney at Lw . Sales and purchases of Re^kiEacace negotiated for uon-resmenM. All business entrusted to me wUlreoQlre prompt attention. Collections a epecality. Sturgeon Bar, Wis. 44—tf G# J. TISDAtE,t Attorney t e Cjuuseller a L w . Oioato. Wis. ! (SBT Will attend Door Co, Circuit Court. . * ' • . . ' . .\" • , — » •\"' • • G•.LAW. W. ALLEN, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT Offlo© on Cedar Street—next to A • WLawrenee A Go/a store. v2 N27 O E imiTTZEK, Attorney and Counsellor a« • Law. Wiil nut-ml to examining of titles and rnj)veyancirT S«dls Forerch Drafts and Passage Tickets. Office, Cedar Sticet—Silicon Bay, Wis, STUKflEOopposite N DAY HOUSE. Hn-o Rcidemnn, pro. prieror, the Court House, cor. of Main Mild Spruce su . This House is reu-jy fitted up in f rst class style for the reception of Rucsts. Near- est House tn steamboat landing. Good stabling for tc^ms. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. i jy C• B. FAY & CO..—Casco, Kew...

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 — 27 August 1875

^F^IS^itlWXfi ^•AifcM^^k,-^^, .' We aim t«adr©caU the highest a*d best Interests »fthe whole people, absolutely regardless of all par- iTBBMtj^t^'ijjiNir annum, i'rictfy \\n advance liftf Jfpaid in thrct montht. 1/ not «*id in three month* $i,50 will be charged. . ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ T ' 1 !•• Il li.im 11,11 11 — WIECCKB1N 6TA1IIIICTKN. CLuatica for ta«ft«atlaalfea of Catdldatt* lor Mate («flit era. •I Conrcotton composed of t%© delegates from each Seoate nod Mi*embly District la bejcby called to ncet ID tie city tf Milwau krf at 12 o'clock, HOOD, on Wtdaesdar, Bcpten- tr 8, 1696, for toe purpose of Dominating* catdidatea for State Officers, to represent the people of WI»CODB1D ID tbe administration o. State AJftiira, and for toe transaction of such otter Luslitca a* tbe. Cooventfon, wfcen aa «en: bled, may deem necessary to tbe public welfare. All electors of Wisconsin who believe tbe interests of party organisation Justly subor- • nufe to tbe public good, and woo oth...

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 — 27 August 1875

, .'••Â«*:* -\"• •*'• i,ii*'i»!- p » \" v*i» f».v\")»*it-iw*'-i' CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence solicited from all p&rts of the County. Sand u» ail item* of local interest and if you do not hare time to arrange them prop- erty, we vmrtefulkto*that, Make your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible.. Writers *f&rv this icoluirin must, in all cases,, communicate their real names, confidentially to' the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed, NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES. GREEN BAY, Advocate says: Joe* Verheyden caught a burglar nam- ed Stewart in his saloon about 10 o'clock at night last week, and after a desperate struggle, succeeded in capturing him. The Michigan excursionists, number- ing 180, consisting of the State officers, members of the Legislature, officers of public institutions, editors, &c, called at Green Bay on their way to the upper peninsula of Michigan. The suit of the city of Fort Howard ...

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 — 27 August 1875

m #f ^ the timely* Wle with to lay hoWeyer, that while there if no doubt *» to the impor- tance of plinting shade trees, it if viry important also not to overlook: the ne- cessity of a well defined plan or system— one which will not caricature nature, and causeregret to the intelligent ob- server: Farmers hold various and widely dif- ferent opinions in regard to the value of dhade trees upon the farm. Much, how- ever, depends upon a man's early life, associations, and education, all of which have their influence in forming a taste and love for the beautiful in nature or otherwise. Some men can neither see nor admiro anything except from a utilitarian point of view, and this per- ha^s in its mo»t circumscribed aspect a tree to them being worth only what it will fetch for timber or firewood. &w in positu in hot weafhe*that fhade isdesirawi, - - • * • » . A. *..,_ ? would ^ay^ : Steeps'all- 'trees-! of growth a^fcalst'otvc• hundred feet /from a dwelling house, using the interven...

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 — 27 August 1875

D O O R C O U N T Y k OFFICIAL W K E C T O i t ! CHRIS. LEONMARDT, County Treasurer. C. A. MASSE, County Cleric ^ Ww. WAGENER, Sheriff. R. M. WRIGHT, County Judge. O. E. DREUTZER, District Attorney. # CHRIS DANIELS, Cleik of the Court. JAS, KEQGH JR„ Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Scjiools. II. SCHUYLER, County Surveyor. 7 H.G.SPRING. Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. Arrival and Departure of Malls. 81nce the commencement of the new mail contracts on the first of July, the following Is the shedule time for arrivals land departures * at this office. Green Bay, daily, arrives at 7 o'clock P. M. Departs at 6 o'clock A. M. Bailey's Harbor, semi-weekly, arrives Mon- days and Fridays at 6 o'olook P. M. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock A. M. Ephraim and Fish tCreek, semi-weekly, ar- rives Mondays and Fridays at 6 P. M. De- parts Tuesdays and Saturdays at e A. M. Clay Banks and. Ahnapee, weekly, arises Fridays at 6 o'olock P. M. Departs Saturdays at 10 o'clock 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 — 27 August 1875

m^j^j^i^^jmg^i^^^m^^^j^^s^^^t^k _ ^ Tmium KtwIntfanidit^ wt-17. thit morning. ft*|dy, to • hundred or cd P^ ^|i|^j|^DiJ jo^j^g JrUh worn- •w •iliifS^liiiW^^n1f(£'Willi Hn urn -«,i-j{.- - a .. n .£*%5? -• }-.:jft-Li.» .It •.(..-*-- «• J,'-• ••.- • *•• ... SIMPLE t i f f • \"irtlfti W^p^Bolio-tuir l A & f c-••- r itmt. He looked ufcl#|t&%\"\\$essint \"good •\"morning^', , ..\\1 •\"' «' V^elli madam, whit can X clo for yOU?\" *' It's 1 place phat [ want, God bless yea/9 Mr, New—•Â«. My dear woman t have IJO pl»ce to give you.\" \"An d is it a lie, that, on the end of your tongue ? Bad luck to ye I have my character with me, and it's the read- ing of it that will obleege me.\" The visitor, who had by this time become somewhat elated, opened the portfolio, which wis well I.lied with letters, She handed them out one by one lor the good-natured treasurer to read. He had read about three of them when he again interposed to have the woman relieve him from further trouble, by t...

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 — 27 August 1875

mmt^sssssBs v^^MM^Ml*KAK*^MBK4*«itait^ «-.«a«»!is»»i«iK*si, ,itM^«ie«niMeuiwntiMUMki IT^EFCL NOTES. The best fattening material for chick- ens it said to be Indian meal and milk. A \"remedy for caterpillars, which is used on * large scale in FFiince/ consists in a solution (1 part in 500JJ of sulphide Tfof*&:tipi of potassium, sprinkled on the tree by ' * ^ -^ \"**\" means of a hand syringe. The best and most durable insulation for electric wires is to tin them and cover with pure rubber. Javell water, used for turning white the dirtiest linen, and removing stains, is composed of bicarbonate of soda 4 lbs., chloride of lime 1 lb. Put the soda into a kettle over the fcre, add 1 gallon of boiling water, let it boil from ten 10 fifteen minutes, then stir in the chloride of lime, avoiding lumps/ Use when cool. Thus kjgood for removing fruit stains from white underwear. Biborate of soda% dissolved in water, used as a lotion, will remove prickly heat. ' The average yield of ...

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 — 27 August 1875

'••••'•'•ilM^^^^i^^^ipl^l^lS^^*: iJ^ii|i|Bi*l \" * * ? ^ o o i S W # l i h • not reiemblc 'gsw&fttt ? Ei*i «r THE S«AioNi*~**Are the Spikeneics back? ^ inqfttirWci Kfrs^ Stay* by.vvho h«n't been out of town this season. ««Yei'm\" replied the cook, \"and Mri. Gadby got home from Star- boroughV hit night.\" \"Then, Mary, you open the front shutters and let it be known that we've g$t back' tao,\" The tobacco worm has attacked the plants, and good elocutionists are posted on the fences by the farmers, reading the excellent anti-tobaccotracts by the late Mr.TraskV A newspaper* biographer, trying to say hlssiibje^^was Hardly able to bear the demise of his wife, \" was made by the inexorable printer to say, \"wear the chemise of his wife.\" If a young man sits up too late with his aweet-heart out at HadJonfickl, the old folks come into the parlor, and, with a refinement of sarcasm, invite him to watt a few minutes longer and breakfast will be ready. Curran was once asked by one of...

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 — 3 September 1875

qt i f^t :jiiprfjsl) asmo.8 s TO lOi^fauJt a to ^ f e ^ ^ * \" \" ' i - ' ^ A i U 1c .«JBPlHrt-W03t|T-33i/' lift* n B t f w ^ ,&nxibtil .« :n WMHWMMM 'Um*Uo?A«rrva Hut 3tcHW J.qi:tico . f.ji moil ,rie,Kfinuo 4 v U . ^ - f # ^nuano'i^i' .mi'ii^ it1/ r -f,'b h ri,.v,t.u s^u on*- f,twi'|'... A. BKED, Attorney *it Li^. 8al6§ i i i of Real Ejtate negotiated ror »J3*j 5 sua* JLJvaio dljK,- &, 1875. ,r?Tf r'fi, WOi'46.' nonresidents. will reoalve prompt.. specalltv. Sturaeo ' ticm. Is. Collections a 44—tf 4^ — G J. TISDiLK, Attorney f c Cjuaaallera • Lw.Ooooto. Wis. ' G f Will atteud Dopr Co. Circuit Court. . G W. ALTiEN, ATTORNEY ^COUNSELLOR AT _ .LAW.. Office on Cedar Street—next to A.WLawrtace&C6.»S8tbre. ^\"! T3N&I O•ilLaw. . HllEUTZL'U, Attorney nhd Counsellor a« Will attend to examining of titles.artri • •onveyancintr. Sell* Foreiph Drafts and Passage Tickets. , Office, Gcdar Street—Sturgeon Bay. Wis. --—vf \" S T P 8 0 S , BAY IIO: r ::. Hu:o Seidcman, pro. pr...

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 — 3 September 1875

'•'••• 'Wt\"AM|«a4 ^ • i*inthr*«,3o,vjUbachari«xi. ^ — ..._f . . -...... WtdXjtim-tpf:hlf^fWCJN*.l»ftV»g^l«.«!tr ifrATt ILICttOK. • j . tea (.'•NVtatfaa forjh*,»f»*r«t»*,0 taadldtt . , • \"- •: '' Iwltatt OMfav - - '\": •, ConveDtidn CcrtBfrOiedy of t*o deieimtef Jrem each Baoata aod/Awemb)? District Is pereferi called to meet ID the sliy t MHwau kee at 12 o'clock\", noon, on IfedaettUr, 8ept«»- •r 8, 1874, for the purpose of Dorolnatiojf candidates for State Officers, to represent tbo • people of Wisconsin in tbe administration of Stat« Afialrt,And for tba transaction of snob otber ftusluets «• tbe Convention, *nenas •embled,may deem necessary to tbe public WelfBW^-T- ,... -,,,. j . ^ - ' . ' - *^ AILelabtora of .Wisconsin iybo believe tbe interests of party organisation Justly subor- dinate to tbe public- good, and wbo otherwise occept tbe tltal dootrlDes of poliiloal profirt-ss and impartial government embraced In . tbe platform of tbe People'* Reforoj organisation...

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 — 3 September 1875

T.^X^ CorrwpOttd«nc« solicited front til pdrt* of the County. S&UMt ill itentt of IbtM infe««t*nd if you do not hmve time td artang* th* prop- erty, we will attehd to that,. Mak* youlrtjoh** munications comprehensive buYai briefa* pos- sible ''* •'•?/- '. ':' ^ . ^ - - \" •: = ' Writers for this column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed. The ''Liquor Question.\" MR. EDITOR, £/ I have read, re- read, \"thought over'and pondered over you! article under the above heading in last week's EXPOSITOR until I feel com- pelled to say something in return, and ask you to give place to what I have to say upon the \" Liquor Question.\" 1 think that essentially, my views harmonize With yours, as far as yours £0, but I go to that extreme which you style «'tne rabid sort.\" Still I must say, that, in my opinion, the present law, with a strict and literal constr...

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