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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 January 1874

baskai, toot Whf, child, ^ereaxej ^ :90sMii y '•i)$^&ir-\\. ••••-^• : : ' Faitii oast down her eyes timidly, and •••* »]ji|jiji$|^^ a poor woman's near by,ft she faltered, \" whose little daughter is crippled, and who will have no other Christmas than this,\" and she opened her basket In it were oranges, and a bunch of grapes, and a warm,brightdressjgaylytrimmed. \" It isn't much, bat there are somany no better off than she, and papa is not rich, and can only give me a small al- lowance. They liveway up in a misera- ble old tenement, and I meant to have gone there last night when I was dis- tributing my other purchases, but it grew dark so fast that I hadn't time. If only she isn't by this morning, for I want her to think Santa ' Claus sent them**' •' \"Bear little Faith,\" said Miss Ware, brokenly, \" take me with you. I would do something fdr these poor people, too. No wonder your sweet eyes shine with such perfect content. You have found the secret of happiness in helpingoth...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 January 1874

Mfe •of the whole peopte, tibwltttely r«t*rdl«» of all P»u- T*ftMt^i^t per annunitittrictly in advance $1,95 if t*t !n three fltoottw. If not paid' in three roonth»$t,5X will bi charged. FftlDAY, JanuJiryO, 1874. Great Reduction!! r in the tuUcripticm ratei of .'/.••' THE EXPOSITOR! fftefag determined to h»ve 11 target circulation ?him*nyothwr paper in !tbb section of 4he State mnd, hvordtc to place Ttta ExrosiTOK within ea»y retuSh'tf EVERYFiuirEV- in thh* regfcw^evenifthe !time*»re hard and money *coro«M we have deci'kd 'fttrfoUr In a4f a»w.tt,«5^»itt wttMn*ir months If not. paid within three tnoitth*ft*&»*Hl be charg- e d . - / / / A«fcoona* the nedcMiaty hrnangehicntt can be perfected we shall make nuok important improve- ment* in the paper %« wffi taaVe it the CHEAPJaSt ANE BEST \" pnper in the SrfUe. ' _ . _. Now U the nline tt Milwcribe. Do not wait for our agent'to *«!! on you but *end your nubacriptiohn ''at once to , OT8BY fc 00. Publlshars, Sturgepn Ha...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 January 1874

msjmmm BY, ipi:&m*? v^qsi^fcouo^^ :]•[ /'PAI^Hol^ B •M^^ 6fetr^t Attorney. -. ). CHRIS D\\NIELS, Clerk of Circuit Court. PETER ZENNERS, Register of Deeds. CHWS BMIELS, Superinteridertt of Schools. jAJtEsC^PiWEVV County Surveyor. B: G. H*NN*N, Deputy County Surveyor. A. tfoptB Ch*n of Board of Supervisors. TO OUR FRIENDS. With.- the present numrer of THE EXPOSITOR we stop using the \"patent inside,\"or ready printed sheets furnish- ed from Chicago, and next week both sides, of the paper will be printed here. This will enable us to make some im- provements in the paper, and especially to give more original reading matter, although it is true that, hitherto, we have given more original matter than any other country newspaper in the State. v Among other attractions we shall, next week commence the publication of a series of interesting scientific articles from the pen of our esteemed fellow citizen, O. E. DREUTZER, ESQ. We have alio secured the services of several able writers who w...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 January 1874

tod AO. hMwritton* latter W*U*tMUwmukM -Mr». Abr»h»m irhloh*liod«nl«th«f»otoftlie^ which Mr. Henidon In bis lecture claimed to hfcYol^^thMr.Iinoblnto^ r, etc. She wys that no euch oonverw- 3MteratCincin- of the Senate, tion HenryKewl —At the cxeoutive just before its adjournment for the holidays, « number of confirmations were made, but the . nomination of Mr. Williams for Chief Justice was not touched. It la said the chances for confirmation or rejection are about equal. -Secretary Delano warns Territorial and other officers that absence from their posts without special permission will be considered as their resiguation. ' —An elaborate petition has been presented to Congress, asking that Abraham Linooln's birthday . Feb. 12, be set apart as a national holiday. —The remains of the late Judge Dent, President Grant's father-in-law, accompanied by the immbdiato friends and relatives of the deceased, including tfys President and his family, arrived at St. Louis on the 20th 'lus...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 January 1874

''•^^^0^i^0^^iMW^0'l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^ yfeyJ:''''^r:\"!''^lii&B.1'1 • •'ffl1*•Vii'l.-'-A'J\"\"'\" -7 ^'-'' V.A^:'!^ft!-S-'? ''v'''?1iN\"1!!1 • '• ' Urow» BronolOal T T M I K M ftur C « « ( l u y^TrM^l^ :v ''/- -3:\"':1?'+ 4 fee«ulW Immediate Att&^ be ClatdkeaV ' tt allo'^vd to oontintt*, I«m»ATioH ov t n ttntot, A PnvAirB n THKOAV Amort*)*, o* a x lxcuaA*i*Lix*aItBaAeci often the reault. BROWN'B BRONCHIAL TfiOCHEB, Ha^rliMimitMotlttftttenMoatMtmtti.glTaiiBm*- 4ta4e reUet Tor BaoacHiTii, AITHXA, CATAM**, COVKimrTXTB.AKD THBOAT OISXABBS, Taooflnaar* M M W OllMk* oood «t«CC«M. \" • / SlXOSKS .AX& PUBttQ SPEAKS*! . WUfittdTftOCBB8tteefalincle«ringtlieYOieewhen taken before Singing*or Speaking, and relieving the tkroat after antnraeualexertion of the rocalorgana- Obtain only \" Baows't BROXCIIIJLI. TaocHxs,\" and do not take any of the worthiest imitatioue that may be offered. Sold 9v*rywh*rt. . *•'' TH1C HOU8KHOUD FANACKA* • \". '•-.. • • AHD FAMIL Y U I O M K N T...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 9 January 1874

1:&•Â«\"*£» S^*'''J\"',v\"'\"':i\"-'''1 ISpH S§?' # properly invested, assures • large family . . $i|*: j&$^ i ^ j i ^ . l j ^ ^ ^ S : ^ r e y of,• m|fe? Jfjg^it •*$HS re^te«£ cd»8c|eiui^t|wi Jaborv ^^liv^ itj^ii!ii -4o. ^nat attaint -I t ^ $ $ { | l t a • for jclotliilij| Yet, in these time* ^hei * every individual feel* the necejpft^ i ::*Ktl0m$ more than evef before,J fwKen tlie himself recommends ^e-l -^i^lfe^^i£jrv3^^'|r^l'jn^^^»x%-i^*= \"\\^V*^.lk*i **4 W^enl emeTgen^ol^isiiiili ^c w bond* to pay •th£Intere^t '^ it already owes, the^^ityIrt congress, through their! K oiiglit to -receive' the turn oj' \"^&$$& a . - Sljast ya the forest* of Wisconsin, M^h1g*n and Mtimesata produccd ovcr #ighl hiin4red Jinllipn feet of lumber, ijyhfoh ya sent to Mississippi or the ^b^|»88 to be continued to the exciu- tton of railway tran»pcM-ution. The por- tioh sent to the Mississippi river floats down that stream, which I* intersected by $riou$ railways, which bring ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 16 January 1874

Xffl:j$g$% VS1'*'.'1/^1''' ^c: # TOLL STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, JANUARY 1G V 1874. NO, 13. BUSINES8 CARDS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Green Bay, Wis. Oldest ffahk in the city. Established 1858. Henry Strong, Pres't.—M. D. Peak, Cash'r. Saving's Department Paying Six per ct. compound interest. Sell Passage Tickets to and from the Old Country also foreign drafts. 6tf \"fcTEVILLE A TRACY, Attorneys and Counselors, x N over National Bank of Commerce, Green Bay, Wis. J. C. NKVILLB. (5 tO J. J. TRACY. BLO B G1UVK3, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Washington Street, Green Bay, Wis. stf O HASTINGS,HastingsE GREEN A TISOALE, successors to Ellis, & Greene, Attorneys and Counselors, corner Pine and Adams Streets, over P. O,, Green Bay, Wis. S. D. HASTINGS. JR., GEO. D. GREENE, G. J. Tis- DALB. stf W• H. MARVIN, Upholsterer. Parlor Suits of all kinds Lounges, Easy Chairs, Hair Moss, Husks, Palm Leaf, Excelsior and* Sea Grass Mat- resses. All kinds of stuffed furniture made over and repaired. Ada...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 16 January 1874

m^ik Sft V?: ~.\". $£&&' Wffltf8$ffi?M£ffi$J miton b « been iummonftd to »pp«ar before * comndttwof Plymouth church end tell what he knoimtbout the mfttter, but rofuses on the ground that he is not a member of that church. ....Anumberof New York firms have failed, including Lloyd, Hftmlltion 4 Co. J. F.4W. H. Daley 0. Mattman, Schmid & Co. ftnd Ifoyt, 8prague Co. The lfttter are the»genta of the Rhode Wand Spragues, the extensive manufacturers, ftnd their suspension is one of the gloomiest features of the panic, $3,000,000 of theiracceptances being afloat in New York «lone. The failure is also announced of Mor- gan, Young, Altemus A Co., one of the heav- iest Philadelphia dry goods houses. The re- port* from the Eastern manufacturing dis- tricts do not lighten up the general situation. From every quarter comes the news of reduction of time and wages and discharge of operatives. Thousands are now out of em- ployment in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New York. The...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 16 January 1874

Plslplplillllir Wt $£#ji^ and self-willed Anglo-Saxon race, are landless tenants, tilling the soil by permission, upon the ^ -^|^j^ni 'of' onerous rent. They own ^ ^ an acre of the land of their/birth zfji^&dttito country of their ancestors. :^yQxab is true of the farms is true of the ':C:- lo&ta the cities. The hereditary lords «laim the proprietorship of every lot Tinder every man's dwelling or place of business in every city and village in the \"**Three Kingdoms,\" and exact semi-an- nual rate therefor with the punctuality of the seasons. The few exceptions to the rule only make it the more astonish- ing. Here is this mighty city of Lon- don, the capital of the British Empire, numbering more than 600,000 families, , each requiring a domicile, and contain- ing certainly 600,000 buildings, but every one of them standing •on leased ground, and every fam- ily occupying them paying rent to the hereditary lords of the land* And what is thus true of mighty London is also and e...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 16 January 1874

STIIBeE0VBiTfWI8. ^g|^^^|^ /y^'*tli|/tb:ad*4caW the highest «nd b«tt interott •fthc wholt |eopl* abtolWly ng^idteu of tllfw- feiSJsfi**:^- - v/' ^'XWUMii?^i|iiOo per unoum, strictly in advance f MStfjpaid in three months. If not paid in three monthi #1,50 will be chafged. P^I^'O ear FRIDAY, January 16, 1874. Great Reduction!! in the aubtcriptton rets* o( THE EXPOSITOR! Being determined to have a larger circulation ban any other paper in this lection of the State and, In order to place THB EXPOSITOR within easy reach of EVERY FAMILY in this region, even if \"the times are hard and money scarce\" we have decided to' ..' Reduce its price to $1 ayr. striftljr in adranee, $i,35 ifpaid within three months If not paid within three months $1,50 will be charg- ed . As soon as the necessary arrangements can be perfected we shall make such important improve- ments in the paper as will make it the CHEAPEST AND BEST paper in the State. . Now is the time to subscribe. Do not wait for our agent ...

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 — 16 January 1874

^ . \" J ' ,.UH„- \".-. i . 1 ! ) ' . ' . \" \" ' . , \" ' . ' \" . \" '. J,'i'd iilji'.'miiiiiHiWLi, II ii I .11.,i i i i ™ » i! i n m OFFICUX DIRECTOR Y. I R , M.WMGHT. County Judge. ':vii rj^ jgyBBE^- - |is|brict CHWS DANIELS, Cleric of Circuit Court. PETER ZENNERS, Register of Deeds. k CHRIS DIANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. JAMIBSC PINNRY, County Surveyor. B.^5. HANNAN, Deputy County Surveyor. A. NOBLB Ch'n of Board of Supervisors. :m IISTIIJUITY OF MJLN. It is said that North America was densely inhabited by civilized man 10,000 years ago, long before these great Lakes existed. Sir William Jones, of England, while sojourning in Hindos- tan, discovered in the Sacred books of the Hindoos, a geographical description ot North and South America, and giving a description of a city in British North America, called Tramba, and giving the latitude and longitude of both that and * copper mine. Since that time the ruins of an ancient city and copper mine have been discovered as the...

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 — 16 January 1874

Mi §l§ i wsMf'' i i t «#« 'lis 'Wfttod with * tyraphony the T«ult«d sptoe, • Wno wan the thenws of »uch melodiouB tonea For tfcs well-timed resamnce of a «tret«, ' Of §otiiid»hjmnonloiuif--which are, alone, , entitle to tLe nameof njuiilopitfe,-- Aet on thefineraenew of the mind, • • * • Attdfclevatethe soul Ineffably. My heart *M f«Uy oie to receive The tiding* glad which He of Nazareth Did bring—when, lo J the legate of the Lord, Howlinghtt acreed, with awlft, percuealve flat, Smote on the rounded velvet of hladeek, And said that man waa totally depraved And, fnrtherroorie, he never did norcould Po aught to please the Lord be could not help Himself and if hecalled not on his God Iu iuch peculiar way as pleased Him well, He could obtain no favor from Ou High. And thus he made the road to Heaveu above So difficult to trend that even he Who is than fool more wise, must err therein. Such singular confusion of the Word Rendered repulsive all the preacher said/1 And east a s...

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 — 16 January 1874

i^lsfslvjr^^^ 0M.m^. •Uit*ssi RATfiBONBS Fearless and Acorn cook, BriIDwitb»ft©-burner and Acorn heating stoves M« the climax^of 30 yeara' experience.—[Com, T«i a HOUSttHOLiD PAJKACICA, FAJKH.Y X.LNIMKNT, Ist&etott remedy in the world for the following complaints, ris.: Cramps in the Limbs and Stom- ach, Pain in the Btomach, Bowels or Side,Bh«u- matism in all its forms, Bilious Colic, Neuralgia, Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Flesh Wounds, Burns, Sore Throat, Qpinal Complaints, Sprains and Bruises, Chills and Ferer. Por Internal and Bx- ternal use. Its operation is not only to relieve the patient, . »ut entirely removes the cause of the complaint. It penetrates and pervades the whole system, re» •tortus healthy action to all its parts, and quick- ening the blood. THE HOUSEHOLD PANACEA IB PURELY VEG- etable and £.11 healing. Prepared by CURTIS 4 BROWN, No. SI15 Pulton Street, New Tork. For sale by all Druggsts. T H I R T Y Y E A R S ' EXPJDRIENC E O F AH O U N U R S B . MRS. ...

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 — 16 January 1874

i v SMJAAIJ E • I Whenme -you com* to see. You know that none in all the world Ishalf as dear tome, \"fii^hig 1 wduld request of you, That when you come again, •Tftd f seeme in the even' time, Yoixwo^t stay sSter ten. For after ten, as moments fly, I tremble o'er and o'er, I,est papa's visage I should see Gome peeping at the door. He's there to execute his threat, He said he'd surely come, (If e'er you stayed so late again,) And tell you to go home. And so, though your society Makes heart and pulse throb warm I heave a sigh of vast relief At your retreating form. You know that you arc wglcome, aye, Oh! best beloved of men But many a scolding you have caused, M y staying after ten. •TT SELECTED 8TOBY. its A SHOT FOR LIPS. Where the Kentucky river cuts way through the mountains, having up on either bank bold, rugged cliffs that lift their summits five hundred and a thousand feet, as the case may be, above the stream, there lived in early times a settler by the name of Rufus Branson, w...

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 — 6 February 1874

mwm HI : '$'& BUSINE88 CARDS. $fcvmg*« Departmentl*jyriiig Six per et. compound iotertftt. Sell Passage Ticket* to anj from the Old \"\"' \"\"' ' - - ' ^ — - — * - - * - - - ' -•' -/•- • •.-.. .• .-•-. ft i f ... 'C&ii?#rjr also\" foreig•n drafbt= i 'T^jliPrltiiiri ^ACttf, Attof^y* and Cttins*lbrs 1 ^ pver National Bank of Commerce, Green Bay, :''vJl^.'K*vit«V---!\"',s'\".•=,':.•' 5 JVJ. TRACVX »ey Law, Washington Street, Green Bay, Wis. stf ASTIHG8, OBKOTE 4 TISDALK, successor* ,lb\": Ellis, Hastings & Greene, Attorneys and Cbun*elor*i corner Pine and Adams Streets, over .'& O., Green Bay.Wis. S, D. HASTINGS. J*.* GEO. D. GREKNK, G. J . T I S - DAteV Stf H. XABTIH, Upholsterer. Parlor Suits of .all kinds Lounges, Easy Chairs, Hair Moss, Husks,JPilm Leaf, Excelsior and Sea Grass Mat- resSts.* All kinds of stuffed furniture made over and repaired. Adams Street, Green Bay, Wis. 5 tf W• J. SUELVLOHN, Manufacturer of all kinds of Photographs. Nau's New Brick Block, Wa...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 6 February 1874

^ BtWf determined to tteye a -larger circulation | l ^ % i | ^ i ^ ^ ^ i ^ B « , j^^^| *rjthi» -«»y Jfa&W hv decided. Reduce nrlctlf In »i?i»M.$i,9j Ifpaid within three month* tf not pitid within three month* $1,30 will be charg- ed. 0-^^?*y^-- i:. . -. •.•-ici-'-''•.', : . #V*W# «^^^ .be ' Now U the time to suhticrihr. Do not Wait for our «)ient to call on you but »eind your subscription* »ijpfree^ov/-fe^ :$*.' -^.-?VWU '.^'T''1^• '*i/^orfices in Sturgeon Nay, goforeach other more vigorously thim ey^riii their Ita fesues. I*-It not timet# slnittsef down quietly bh these jii^u^'ing «lcwent8 cf jounmlinm ? Both pa- £fpi byhard labor have entered the li»t of A. ^ I, trttt neither w»1| keep f hei*equilUt by leythba^ehotteMly^^ ..•\"''ic^'l^iiki : tl^ts ' becation to fay v 10' -th% ^ Retefj, *bieh eV^«irt!y misa£. • ^r*li|r|d#^M^^»attibtti \"asi- weJl is our retdff^if Hit^wcr.:.r\"J^«y^- .li^^^^jliyV--,:^\"* ol_b-v j\"'^idi«ii 5^*ir^iiiiil.. columns -unless the ex...

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 — 6 February 1874

JtWHt^U0N0^^imt treasurer. ^jdfc^il^^^UtrictAttorney. . ..'• : . \\. ^0X0^*sm&$i Clerk of Circuit Court. PETER ZENNERS, RegMiier of Deeds. CHRIS DANIELS, Superintendent of Schools. JAMES t^PiSNEY, County Surveyor: B.^W Dpu^Count Surveyor. A. NOM^ Ch'n of Board ofSupervisdrs. \" On* Representatives. TTiie Milwaukee Journal of Commerce publishes, among others,\"auto biograph- ical-sketches of our Senator and Assem- blyman, as follows: • JOHN M. READ, ^Born at Louisville, Ky., Nov, 3,1842 oflrish parentage. Came to Wiscon- sin in the fall of 184.7. Past political associations, democratic. Is a printer by trade, and for the past five years has been editing and publishing the Kewau- nee Enterprise, the best and most influ ential newspaper in Wisconsin, the Mil- waukee JOURNAL OF COMMERCE of course excepted. Enlisted hi the 14th Wiscon sinJnfantry, Oct, 16, 1861, and re mained in the service until Oct. 23 1865 Enlisted as a private and was promoted successively to be sergeant, sergean...

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 — 6 February 1874

gS?«?s^:.'ir--j'-A-:.- : ..... . |§|§|^i*^ g$$W!t||ic^ g p!ti^t|!fitt|e^: jjnd^isJcept•on*{tfkflWtidi. as . • ,thejeiit ,ijo ::dea$h. / y ,^^^ :«i«iwr-ifcycr changing»U forrnSj and the animated mat- • -:i|rity| |il| .hjimah bwd^^i ^|*n| ^fm when^?tbe jnvm its visible tenement. Bili in answer to the ii^poftant query placed at the Head of this article, wc say that death is simply a change for the spititi from one condition to another, while the physical body, no longer use- ful to Hi resolves intd its original ele-1 ments^ \"and ^ ehtcr^r into dthVr formlfof animaland vegetable life, sometimes as in esses of petrifaction, it is, in the won. dejrful laboratory of nature, changed to a mineral substance. This is not often the caw however, and it may be assumed as a rule, that the atomic composition of physical humanity of to day:, is largely the same as in ages past. That is. the material substances that enter into the composition of our bodies to«day, have been component parts of...

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 — 6 February 1874

Correspondence soUctted from all parts'ofthe County Seawall items oflocal fe ifyt*u do notWe lime to airmi^ thero^ eriyr we WU 1 attend to that, Make your com- raonications comprehensive but as brief pos~respondents Writers lor Uiis column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially, tt the1 Editor. Anonymous comnumications will not be published unless this rule is strictly deserved. •- J'. : '•.».'v'1.1'. \" ,•'' '. • '. .' •\"••-• ' • .1 . ',.\" •',!.••• . • . . , - . . . ' ..i ^V^A Jan. 24, '74. \"•EDITO OF EXPOSITOR:—Please ac- cept the following items and excuse haste, and I will do better next time. f be -pjers of Furlong & Sons of this place Are being pot in thorough repair by their present owners, and an exten- sion of: about 150 feet added to the old dock, making a large slip which will be of much service to medium sized vessels which come hither for .shelter. The work of repairing is under the efficient supervision of Capt. j . J. Lohdell, who as ...

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 — 6 February 1874

It .^b«i •fififryL |^fc*i^^h^ #ickets are estranged -v^|j^$fi^^ v:::Bi%hi'ta'eve£^^ ?*Jtot alasl jtfeeyiseerovtdn*e , ^ojtvtlves^ g0^^^:^t: J ^ er*un, {wklTTIlH JN)K TH« BXrOSITOK] I belong to a careful familyj a family much g^l^io cHf«* and^hU| jjlaying, that keeps its co^ftsel and Its^ tarda ro itself count* if| cjiaifcces tefyt&A&.yfcfi. a^i^j^ ilii| ilrii»|jy ferffriri years ago last summer, I made a great mistake, one, the thoughts of which, make my cheeks tingle to this day TMs !•%w it happened: For aeveral days in the latter part of June, mysterious little notes were flut- tering about our usually quiet town of Ar-r* Mrs* Green, the hostess elect, sent them around with marvellous prod- igality, and each recipient lost no time in despatching a prompt acknowledge- ment—myself among the rest. When the evening arrived, it was evident that Something unusual with the society of A— was about to take place. Mrs. Green's mansion seemed fairly ablase within, from, basement...

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