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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 3 September 1875

/ uwiwiigiii^ wiwitww 'Hi ^ri&atd^this ^^^^^pp ^TT.f'ftwrrTinii fiii_ffn«firjiwiiinMj^aj_iij«^jp«g»ii|\"»|-iii liwuiLU^i.utmm. '»nimmmMmmfmi through the Bumerouttiniieli between 40,000 pounds, and will require two cars for their transportation. One solid foot of this tree weighs 72 pounds, being 10 pounds heavier than so much water. This timber was taken out of the Gen- eral Lee, § trie 275 feet high, which, had it been sawed into lumber, would have produced a sufficient quantity to voting •••m, tnsi-r'm M y-oiix town or a large •ihip.—Piss/ia^Ca/,) Delta. A Bridal Tour. or ao^heil ^ very respectable ofchw^^^fbtir yeirÂ¥ old/and, of _^5&e^1$ iiot: jit In ^Wrbcaniijg \" His tree*%o*e a f^v nuj^^Ji^n two years old. NPteiKifd^yelirjr^friyfrage yjeld to the tree was «bout five pounds. Two rows in the orchard, covering ground equivalent to two acres, that received great care iii planting, and ipecial cult' ure, produced a,opo pounds of' dried almonds. This yield, at the w...

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 — 3 September 1875

OFFICIAL DiarCTOUY. CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer. .A. .MASSE, County Clerk. V WM. WAGONER, Sheriff. , . U D . s r R. M.|W*KjHT, County Jii^gew ^ ., Q.•JS, P*EUTZER, District Attorney. C HRISrEtAN«Ls, Cleik:jof &$ C&urU JAS. KEOC« JR., Register qfieed$ CHRIS DANIELS, Sur^rintendenJ^of, Schools. H.SeHinrLEP, County Surveyor. H.G.SPRING. Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. Arrival *a* Departure of Mails. •Â«••Â¥' V4:. Siooe the commencement ofYthe newin^l contracts on the first of July, the following is the shedale time for arrivals land departures at this office. , Green Bay, daily, arrives at 7 o'clock P. M. Departs at 6 o'olook A. M. Bailey's Harbor, semi-weekly, arrives Mon- days and Fridays at 6 o'clook P. M. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock A, M. Epbraim and Fish iGreek, semi-weekly, ar- rives Monaays and Fridays at 6 P. M. De- parts Tuesdays and Saturdays at.'s A. M. Clay Banks and Ahnapee, weekly, arises Fridays at 6 o'clock P. M. Departs Saturdays at 10 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 — 3 September 1875

: I|L Aifiong \"Ijiotfc ^3» mapld iou* trees, te,/n^cla&s tbaf* our jrthern i t can • b e f e M ^ un. K»V?tW i t f r ^ zone West iof the Kojck£ j^untoms, If we may except the Great lieaVe^'M0&' (Acer Macro, phylum) of Oregon. ^Tlu,J J^he yaliWvOf its' timber and size jjST fc^runf | ^ .\"syriwfie» * of its sa*p, compares well with par'--Sugar'Maple. Hut it b not found in sufficient quantities to be of much value, either for timber or sugar mak- ing, AH other maples wcat of. or growing upon the Rocky Mountains are of no value whatever. But of our eastern maples we have extensive forests, in some places, composed nearly entirely of the two varieties (White and Black) of the Sugar or Hard Maple (Acer Sac- charinum). The forests are usually mixed with beech, lynn, elm, and hickory. It is found through all the Eastern states as far west, as the Mississippi river, and southward nearly to the gulf of Mexico. It attains a height of 60 to 70 feet, usually with a trunk trim and str...

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 — 3 September 1875

Keep all weeds-cut- down, so 1 Coil^M^^^n^^'fbr^ipigi'-^vt a rbdt iri:'To6itfry* WfflWo d^iVe by hav. me dry coal ashes to dust and wallow in* they ^iij^ep^psvft Yjfcrmiri and makfrveggs valiso*t *\\\\U *«•! r::-,!, v.- Worry* ^tfa^le^ atfd fWi«rs Out m6ie than wprk. Anger 'creates disease. Live \\n the lights Open every room in your hou82 to the sun. Keep no fooriv sHiir !iij^ 'for company1. There is no medicine like the sunlight. One of th? best dressings for old sores is perfectly! dry, clean earth, dress them erery day, washing clean and applying a fresh poultice of dry dust. Soft words and soft water should be abundant and in every home. To preserve beauty, preserve health. Your business will surely be attended to, if you do it yourself. Kind words will keep old friends and make new ones. If possible, neither a borrower nor a lender be. * * • bin' •UJK* f '\\ O I J«'^f| • ill ' l'AM* , alt [Provisions, ^^F^mltt^ITbAls. /-,:1 iHats & Caps, Glassware, Crockery, Gro arawara...

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 — 3 September 1875

* * r Af , WiMm % f him* \" I. before,\" •aid SW INBPKEMT BBS1 BK8T OF STdHIE*. FASHION ARTICLES. ^r k A F A M I P ^ A R ^ I C ^ E S . MISCKLLAHKOUS BKADINfl. HpUSEI|OIJ^#EWS. CJIILDBEM^COBNEB. •' : -'^ w AMASfc%tRJIf'l^E|^OLUMN. AMATIUR PRINTERITOLUMN. PURCHASING DKfABTllKSfr.^ .iriitfrii Mlla«feefii to&ii I went to Boiton the other day, to \"qualify\" and have his bond for $000 approved. The Bond wai all right, and the regular queition waa put to th* P hfci*How 1 ToiftVJ»T.l*S«» much are you worth, sir V« wal,\" he | irouK WIFE WANTS IT t replied, \" i don't tell haow inuch I'm worth. Bradstreet aett me at $10,000. I gueaa you'd better put it down at that figger.\" \"Hofcr much do the assessors aet you at V* *'Wal, the assessors don't set me at quite so high a Jigger but (in a confidential whisper), 'tween you'n' me, I'm one of the assessors! \" \"Why should Washington's birthday be celebrated any more than mine?\" asked a bachelor schoolmaster of one of his class. A paus...

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 — 10 September 1875

-*ra ti bat eaomoqotg at jftnteayfrgr yH ~ttfliWA%rtut n ^ ^Ssl wp«3ffcfo*mo« r ^ N ^ i W |»irt o6otB modA ..foSUg ifrT^ioMt^i itithr ^a*M& 9inriiM*^»j^i«vo^n?mc«*H«8a fcbp**raf K Y .Ji?Q-.Jqfs 3 ^eaiaxno ^ in?b . • / ~ V _ W . ALUS!!, ATTORNOr A COUN8ELLOK AT «. 3IIW1TZW{ Attorney W*! Cdfitisaiinr a* Tickets. Office, Cedar Strect^Stu^g^u^y^Wis^ first class ice -iass. . « st ITph&l teams \"rv, T 1 — ,, ^4y.. p B. F A Y & C ^ ^ C y s l h . ^ W a ^ « P 6 o . % ^ . bcr, ShingTesvtath AcvFDry and dressed Lum- J ? ^ , ? ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ ^ ' eon Ow and , .THE threshing of w-heat in mp3t parts ^ftflJt^.tfcahgnA ipa'To rtoiiq^xl aril WbicpddoMiba' ct«rtnhouiei: ijwt^Wed- IÂ¥w4Kr8?UCn'' li'C-H .'^'ubniv-'.Qfi %'t 83!i{ti' -OJOWIJ. fT&DAfc.E ^wili dctiver .the*nor* ajapn^the Qc^9-^4bM««WififfiP^ •Sr3tWr,r»ffi fenialri* .sen. ui ?nm%$UM r. oft We-MSuiwtt«otJ-ilWq l^ft»jiieitn^ir' his education.. . .iaw lot ?| msq:nq VI^VIS-JB sis eiduftf »rtd pla^s-^yestjgjfte t...

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 — 10 September 1875

ft£V4r evidently in deep distress just befo# the diiphrigfli: tri evc^t* *'deep «Jm . bling Wtt frrtrd in Ahnkpefc Irtf Week which evldcnHy etme fr6m rtkf region: . ind it wii'iir beciwe wr nbrfce^thiif Ahntf^t'hid^neln debt fot * 'fire eh- that the wit OWJI^I, ^ e ^ ^ ^ h | t she hid run in debt for the fire engine and jio man but one as deficient in tntel- Icierti theItmMs'I editor would have suspected such an intimation, But right here is one curiosity, for .the readers of thtjcwra ^ sft^e^ , Ahnapeeja, i|Ot «tf and tft ^lei s^meA&tiathj fsaysr HW have a $i,50ofite engine, upon which they have ^ f t j J # evir/0%1 m#W wrTffi 'fc^tll Ahnapee dttn/t$We*.'$i 3J50 ott j^«i^iBll^f^ik4if'^ ft^^ttiti^i arit^tnitic Is. th^r.§ l e ^ ^ b ^ l ^ ^ t e ^ l«gV^sin 81,500 fire engine. 2But we? aubmir *o the taxpayer* bf Annapee§ if With ill of these taxes ujpbn $%• it,l£ hot Itieky to 6wir n^ro j^ fffori* &&$: -Htf^fifpT flwThe:Repu|jlwan!f|»rty(fnaM6 ace .r: '??.T! trol of...

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 — 10 September 1875

CorrespondencesdlMfeS f l ^ a l l o t s of the CoaKfyt' iSg& to^rUfcjmtdTto^l'intwestiand if you dVnofc haite ttoflfe to arrange tlici* prop*.-: erl^'wfe will attend to that, Make?y3urcom- raufiicltttain^ coh»prihensiV but as brief as pos- sible ' \" '•• ••' .'!••-:. .w- . : - h .,-.r:.,w f«, ?:v. Writers1 for this ^cblmtltt must, iir all cases/ communicate \"their wil names, • confktentially to the IUcKt'jf. An'3-.:y:ii5ws ' commnnications wilt hot be publish-.1 unless this rule is strictly observed. ' . • \":: '*'-•• '-••••'• • -: v : \" • SB '*?»4i^'^K^LjNM.i•i^Fi5^ : .«%^g^i^^^^-3-||r%)j^iiv ful, and replenish .the,, earth, asc her . longevity to Jw r habits pf uninter- rupted, industry and to her uniform obe- dience to her husband. Whether or not the old lady was really a hundred .years old, a proposition which would. hav e been'scooted by tl\\e late George Cornwall Lewis, and which may possi- bly incur tne denial of the present Mr- Thorns, as well as a number of ama- t...

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 — 10 September 1875

w ^ the following •• the bcit information at our command: ...,' lm.^fijr$*yr York and Boiton marketi the quouiioni of lumac are from f 50 to I60 per ton, though it hai lometimei brought $90. Virginia sumac hat the widen reputation, but we believe that weitcrn will be found just as good. The Shoe and Leather Reporter gives the following instructions regarding the gathering and preparation of sumac: \" The season tor picking sumac com- mences with the first of July and ends the last of September, or with the first frost, for this turns tne \\c»( red, and then it is worthless. The stems, except the leaf stems, have no strength, and should not be gathered. They are full of pith, and it ground they only absorb the strength of the leaf and depreciate the value of the article. Sumac should be gathered in this way, viz.: break off the parts of the bush containing the leaves, but do not gather the blossoms or berries. Some sumac gatherers allow the leaves to wilt a few hours in the sun, whi...

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 — 10 September 1875

^*-f.W^,imL»ll.lj||H CHRIS. LKONHARDT, County Treasurer. Ri M. WRIGHT, County Judge. O. E? DREUTZER, ^isfrict Attorney/ k CHSIS DANIELS, Cleik of the Court JAS KBOGH IR , Register of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. HVSCHUTLE County Surveyor. * H.G5PRING. Ch'ri of Board of Supervisors. Arrival and DepartTire of Halls. ? '.**•'\".\" .'•', '' • 'i,»' ^Vj • -'•/' \" j •..I' j' . '•'/ .-•\"\"£ ' :.-' *•:•,-• « \"'\"\"-\\ 8loo3 the ccfmmeuoeraant of tbe new mail contracts on t»ie fiisc of July, tbe following* ts tue shedole time for arrivals and Uepanures at tins office. Gr.en Bav, tfaily, arrives at,7 o'clock P. M. Dspurts at G o'dUics A. M. B uley'd Harb »r, serai-sveesly. arrive* MJU- d^y^aud Fridays at 6 o'?loc{ P. M. Departs Tuesdays and S ituraays at 8 o'clock A. M. Ejuraim an 1 Pish Creek, seim-weekly, ar- rives Monrtaye uud Fridays at 6 P. M, Da Paris Tuesdavs and S'irurdars ats A. M. Clay Banks and Annape^, weeitly, urines Fridays at e o'clock P. M. Departs...

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 — 10 September 1875

m^ftm\\imi\\m»m\\ium^ l^*i^ft»f»**ii*^^ I »rti« iptrt tnd crotiwiic ot the frtm«i. the earth etwf th«o cw*ring with ff~' \" \" \" \"\"\"*'\" l r * ._ t'^foie^^- #Ji*i§c^n''=i!tfJ** then be give juft enough iwii^ to io«^-1 hieal jth^ growth, ^ ^ ^ | n ^ g h t p ^ 3 t ^ t pltnti to mildew or \" damp off/* 4B it i* usually termed by nurserymen. It is eiijr enough to grow evergreens from seed, when one ha learned how by ex- perience. The seedlings will require careful attendance during the eutire first season, and may be transploted the second, if a good vigerous growth is se- cured. SIMPLE ! CAPABLE 1 DUEABLEI \"Family Favorite\" fc voluineattherebvtiH^D^^^s*!!! th« po. ^iuo«^**ie-s*'ot»l-teich«r. who is ob, lige^ to «iia»«fjc «*a t rt *ame point • widi : ^ f ( f ^ p ^ late: wm«v**«a ^sevwai letters asking to raising evofgrectoi from seed, which we propose \\c fetidly answer at this tfcne\\,. '.\"\"-.. ' , ^ ' 0 . : - . i .•&->•• -#•• UW •cones of our nati...

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 — 10 September 1875

:£ •WW ,, . r The «iit fuel !ghv*jtl white I is b welLgrown cultivated hellebj^ o t w ^ ^ ^ a n f ^ftiggist*s. „ - .-,— ~r~.. — ffiAil H ^ c cr hand, should thtsc * very' tfcS ffif beeajemoved i ^ t ^ ^ ^ r j g f c jo a well-drained generous loam, 1 doubt it f I'PWSrf®° # •rttefQH* h?ve been found to-day. TjeTault, after all, lies in the aftuanoq^Knft not in the species. Tha\\ inailatigaBle botanist, tying a piecY of very fine muslin over m^& not w _ same material y, . J£°^fm^ft*,?* - cumbertcetWp.'** tmi* im* »*wn'»uu\\un ' ••-. * !i v- 1 ,•...'•(in iij JJ? K„i. '.\"-l-lr V'i - I ir -i!\" . r-i-Iii!'! wood and ifrerwirds into a solid, fldxi- Which, when incorporated with animal tor thje most deVieat^ jmpressions, as well as for the formation of solid andl durable articles, in ttfeloiWvtfing Inanner: Im- merse the dust of any kind of wood in diluted sulphl*ri§?c5a57^^iently strong to affect the fibers, fcir some days the fin 5r a ^.||^ n fiPf^fv 1 ^? ^ a sieve,\" w ell ...

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 — 10 September 1875

if hortei could *%iiNke me. \" ^ # t * i «** Mislg^lp Q$&J£L # M • \"firif. of *$ Had* lirvef glcd Dinlel Pritt, the §re«r Ameriom trtvcl er, into a imall, close room, which they wtrt ytjriwtoily ' Sj^ng wftfc tob*cco imoke, he, in a mild way, remarked, \"Gentlemen, your speaker ain't a ham. \" (« The shortest man in the Bible? Certainly. Knee-high-Mi*b J«\"Pshaw No. Try *gain • *?• \"Tweli, Bitiad tbt SbkhtttS* \"Not juite Once more. \" \"\\Tobii unless it wasj^emjejlp^f^ho had neither parse nor scrip. \" \"»«* ('in teat. I tlioug^ it was |*eter who told the cripple* *&i *fr mn& gpH have J none.'' But i I didn't think o' paper issues. \" '- h ''•'•. A Kansas clergyman paused in the midst of a serlioti r*e wa$ \\ delivering a few weeks ago and remajked^rwith a savage scowl vipoit Ins '^ImterliticW arid a voice loud enough to be heard outside the church, •* Ifthe boy' who flang ttiat egg through the window wil] Y rerr»ain until the services are•l over JrfH show h...

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 — 17 September 1875

tnonsig ^siq'^ti sm 1sftjif .ft bo.'dtitdug\" 9W law 6rfl ffi*tbhfw nbqti ffei'-o* fisini ioi afvf 1 ^* ^ 6W ' Wtfmi*:bJ*.fetost *rft ivxf« rtjj^iI |J^,n'*l'J .M!\"*V ^*f*M Sift iii flsufi rJnauj jAuinu tun, u i i.., I i i it- - • • .. :...,,•,:• ! »'*iiAfnni _ nii .mt.f.ji .t%«itt Vi |.jiu.l Vihf ifl xWffmrft r** *\"*\"'Nt'Mj ilj \"1! ^•'V.ilnCi BVplNES* CARDS, $% H**r*- A REED, Attar vns . • ,•, '{ -1,^13^ ,-f •-,? -rJ J ^v',^ fr^fMM'M'Mthis. week in attendance upon court. :l'W- Qffljpft.m» tartar rU.im^-u*xr. to! mrrrVo f jfowb^rWfehr aid s'aVt 'v.VV'L.iWte.ic.n u u tifirtar aayn-~uwx t J.*« store. - ^ \\ 2 N27 5H8E5HBHBH -&H-'(r.>i,i1* • X a w WiH attend to examining of titles aSid «onveyaitoi** ««ll*fr«*«FgK I*rs'fM aft* Pass*** 1 '\"??c^v BFl?i?»cfd*r ^^^^\".njepo flay vWis* : \" ' • : - : •} STPRGEQN BAY HOUSE, HIVJO Seideman, pro. pnetor, opposite the Cpiirt House, cor. of Main «ad-SttrucfcsW Tliis\"Hd,Ute is newly fitted m?in f rst cfesa st^lefqr th ?...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 17 September 1875

t'itii illlllllim **i*rt.7 wmt ••Bszxt. m WOIX TZOXIT . ••••• •j^iYi+'yji-h* W,:-''t&-rm*v?/HH has.\\ .y'hi ' -•• . For Lieutenant Governor— ^, :c .,4jof^iQppix!^imiy.:^ ?-yi FotfSeci*t*fj©f Staled *•••• PETEftDOYLfip of Crawford county v ForSt*tef|VetMii*r-r ^ i FERDINAND KUEHN, of Milwaukee county. For Attorney derieral~ A $C$ft StOAN, ' ,' ^' of bodge ^jwi^tjri'' ,'/ !,. . For 3«pff of Pu^lnttrucrion-rr EDWARD SEARING, of Rock county. For Member^ of Assembjy~- •' of Sturgeon Bay, • That Republican Call. Tfa g )D0pr County i4faw**'M' &»f4wee|c pubii$He^va-jKeptttl^nv£ilj (pllpwecHby ans announcement of something no man part tell what, huff* kind of iwdley sof praise 0/ the Republican party, a long arm ounccment of the Kewaunee Ca Uiued a catt in the AlMi«r^ ^ ^ i r claimmg thitt thiriifw thai wepnblbbedalittle k had not been pushed - — - — ^ — - • • • • - • • — the Adwcaie 81M01? is that manifest ac- hcan call pub i-hed n It would be impossi- two delator * , rlA ^ _ _...

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 — 17 September 1875

mm Correspondence solicitedfrom all parts of the County, ^ d i i * W f ^ ^ if you?dot not havr time o atrtu^ tWiji pro^. mu^^o^^coj^^jp) ^ ty*as\" J pc»- com^un&$e thci t^'i^es, - *oWfic!ekmny to t!ie I !£Kt3r AA^iy^bi»^cOmmTinioatk»si wil}'iibt5?ei?ubl4&2d ptilcssrt!^ rule isstrietly observed. ., , w •=-,• • . ..\" ,'• . • ... SIS FISH CREEK, WIS., SEPT*, 12th, 1875. MR, PptToa, —-J , I Ihaye-a theme. I have] ' The Mosquito, with a tin horn She cometh, from v afar. She cometh from,near, , , . She cometh numerously from both ways. ._• . She brin^eth her female relatives—her female friends — Likewise her innumerable mothers- in-law and all of their female friendj. As well also as all female mosquitoes which hateth her, And their number is untold legions. And they have come to Fish Creek and all the country round about Even from Dan unto Beersheba. There is no region where she is not. All the air is filled with her dulcet notes And she maketh the evening and the morning mi...

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 — 17 September 1875

i ( which met af in#W||$|$e^^ not be very heartjly received^/^^^^A, j^^^^tljc'rejit f^d pjec^d ^ # '$$•' vldS SOT^pirt to the ticJtfe^ ^he convention adopted tlribjiawi^^? • /• The reprc§«itoWr«« «f « » demooMitw «ad liberalreform, democratic, and lodep«naept electors of Wisoonsjn. in oouveotion assem- bled, congratulate the people of the state, re- mdtou or pifdMU distinetiODS upon toe progress thus far made In the reduotlon or state expenditure*, m the vigoroua And im- partial administration o/ the laws, in the re- peel or obnoxious regulation, in the addition- al protection ftMared to the Industrial and producing classes, and m tbe banishment of a debusing spirit of political pamism from offl- oial Place* and we da resolve nod deotare: 1. That we will abide br the principles of political reform adopted by the people's re- adopted by 15,000 majority of the people of Wisconsin at the polls. 2. That w« will abide by tbe declaration of principles unanimously agreed upon by ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 17 September 1875

C. A. MASS*, County Ckrk* ^.M*WWW,£p»W .JHBbAlwon Aon CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. H. SCHUYLEP, County Surveyor, ^Attfral a&d'&igfetato of ifftilsv i Slnoe the commencement of the netftnail j contracts on tbe first Qf July, the ifojlowlnif ts | the shedule time for arrivals fand . departures j at this office. ^.', •: -'• ' . : (i ^ i Green Bay, dailyf arrives at 7 o'clock R' M. | Depart8^at«o'oloo'^.ar/ : i \\\"Ni!':fl V! \"\"*' BaUey's Ha^q^^en^we^^,arrives MoV J days and Fridays at 6 o'clock* P. M. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock A. M. Epbraim and Flsli iCreek, semi-weekly, ar- rives Mondays and Fridays at 6 P. M. De- parts Tuesdays and Saturdays at i« A, M. Clay Banks and Abnapee, weekly, anves Fridays at 6 o'olook P. M. Departs Saturdays at 10 o'clock A.M. •:.-• • S L A B S . [From Jezreel's Saw.] feA-t'MaftDrmBml*.* -\"\".ISSH It is for our County Judge to explain how a man can be frequently drunk and yet be always (W)right. Nasby has establ...

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 — 17 September 1875

•/MstefSi n.f V -aa wiMioartlMwdred brnwtt !•Â«•* Jf the root^it war one hundred yetra fltfd* w« four hundred andrigbty*one feet in height, Md eight hundred « d ifty*thre feet on ''^M^^'i'^S^^H •. - • • cifered' 'e^veifc!| c ^ £ ^ 4 i ^ | ^ | ^ | .•al^tai^ «»if* two hundred and eight. It em- flloyitf 3 50,000 men inJ?ij|J^ng. The labyrinth of Egypt contain! three hun- dred chamber! and twelve balla. The- bei III Egypt, preienti ruini twenty. . icven milciajound, contained 350,000 citixena and 400,000 ilavei. The Temple of Delphos was so rich in do- nation! that it wai plundered of 850, 000*009, »n\\$ ih€ Emperor, Nero m- ' ried iWay from it two hundred atatpea. The walla of Rome were thirteen miles •round. m ••la. FicriflBi FERDINAND K L A. SCOTT SLOAN, )CoMmlMloB*r* of NAME* Nearly half the trees in Eleventh street, from Fight ayenue to Broadway, are dead or dying. On Thirteenth street, from Seventb to Eighth avenue, there are about the same number ard in a like condition. An...

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 — 17 September 1875

itiMi' * t - r # V v*t I f & tasteJike new strtet butter. It will be parj of for caprorne, and capryline, which, hpw of theennre ^ ^ ^ f . W - J J ^ . u i . ^ , Wead g p * butter. Butter-as it come* «o« Oiamta --**- msm^mMW^m also contains more or less ciseine or curd, which cannot Je4ntkel siSparkt- ed from tfye fatty ^portions of the \"butter b y &MU M i t f M , # i : i ! » Exposure to the air i» the cause of someofthe changes which take place, even in good butter, 'the oils alluded to above are volatil«^afi$a|^a$jly absorb- ed by the atmosphere, at the same time that gasesfloating^ih^he^Mr-afetaken up to a considerable extent by the butcer, so that the best butter that cart be made cannot fee fee^t ^erf&tly for a long time in the open air of our dwell- ings. When considerable quantities of buttermilk are left in butter in warm weather, it soon commences to ferment, and as fermentation gees on , these ar- omatiic oils are first acted upon and change from oils to a...

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