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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 28 July 1870

POETBl. WET SEOULJ^WE WORRY? WHY should we worry ? Tms lifo 1B not long enough ' am 6*? wasted in sighing and tears childish is he who's not strong enough oJS86**?'*01 reason to fright away fears. B?«s, a cc with courage not half enough __Falrly to face us if we ehow no fear : \".Pester yon, you've but to laugh enough •rrQBto, begone I lo, the bore la not here. M®w,fy too often will bring us old sorrows When they were here, did we wish them to . . last? Why not forget them? The fool alone borrows Present regrets from the grief of the pa«t. 1,°'ch?n?e 11 Ty weeping and whining ? _ What's done Is done, and 1B done past recall He who the present forgets, in repiniDf?. , Useless and vain, 1b the.worse fool or all. 'Fl\"ic?' the jade,swill too often be peering. Carious and feared, through the Future's dark Why should we tremble at what she is fearing? v!lft ^ntIo»'eIdrea,?i13g8 fil1 ns wiUl affright i •Valt till they re real things, and pree - - - • us present before T^Jrt8£?*ei!w?...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 28 July 1870

'.\"-J* BUSINESS CARDS. CITY NAT 10 N A i B A N K «R$«KIV WAÂ¥, WIS. CONRAD KRUGER, I O. A. LAWTON, President I OtMhier. , . « fiiTiTAjtiUM. ~ Clerk Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Ag't. STUUOKON 13AY^ WISCONSIN. Prompt nttontioii given to pitying taxes for -fton-rcH\\dcnt», making abstracts of titles, and redeeming lands sofd Tor tnxes, SuccpSBor to Joseph Harris, Lund Agent. W. M, WEAD. ~ • \" . ssfefcin Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Troware. /Star^eon Bay, -May 17th. v5. : rn ®. ^ PUrsWIAH AND SURGEON. . Will attend promptly to all professional business . \\ ». 6-1. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. May 23d, 1867. JOHS GAS8.iANB,- , Notary Public, Clerk of the County Board of Stipervisors and Land Agent All business in his line promptly. attended to. Office in the eotinty building. Wis., May 24,1866. ^A. BSOTTOEtSON.- : \" {Successor to C. L. Chase.) Owlw in bootsand shoes. Repairing done • .neatly and with dispatch. \"fltwrqeon Buy, IPis.. Jnly 11,1867. ATTTOKNE-g- AT LAW, V ^JO...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 28 July 1870

mm. Chicago aud Northwestern Railway* SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ' • ^ Night train leaven Chicago at .,4:30 p.\"*. ' And arrives at Ft. Howard at.... .'.JSPO A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at....9:00 A. M. Arrives at^t. Howard at........ .10:30 p. M. NightPasflcnger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:30 P. M. Arrives In Chicago at............. .5:80 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard-at.7:00 A. M. Arrives in Chicago at............. .7:15 p. M. Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at.... 10:30 A. M. Freight leaves Ft. Howard at.—... 11:15 A. M. Tickets for all Eastern points for sale by W. E. PEAK, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. Sturgeon Bay mail Arrangements* i- Southern and Eastern: via Qrten Bayarrives every Tuesday and Friday at 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday at l p. *. ' Southern via ARntpee and! Kewaunee arrives every .Wednesday at 0 P. u. Departs e^cry Thursday at 6 A. w. ' Fish Creek and Ephriam, arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 M. Departs Tuesdays and .Fridays at 1 v. m. J...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 28 July 1870

a*®***®*' President and lbs 43n«f»s^ THE newspapers &&T used to call.MR. Lincoln a third-rate country lawyer, and \"Wosh\" at the contrast in political ability between him and Jefferson Davis, *are very busy in attempting to .cast odium • and ridicule upon President Grant. Their conduct is inspired by the same spirit which led them to denounce him in the field as a butcher. But his real crimes in the eyes of his severest critics.. are his 5 steely fidelity to the XTnioii, and his ttia- conditional victory over the rebellion. The rebellion sprang from the principles of the Democratic party. It was led by the Democratic ch&fe. It was sustained by Democratic sympathy. Every great measure , of the war was denounced by the Democratic conventions and in the midst oi\\ the struggle the Democratic party virtually declared for submission to 1 the rebellion.\" The World now frankly admits that the \" War Democracy\" was a \" aftiftii body.\" And to the organs of ,a iichc( * ~ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 4 August 1870

.-/A-i-.r-', • ' •* •. . - • . • - • FOB AMERICAN L.VITV AGAIXST AU FOES. HARRIS, J?u.tlish.ei\\ . . • • ''' ' - v : , v ^ / 1 ! * • - : : : V - • • • • • m \" \" \" \" -t :: - VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1870. .\"± POETRY. itOBQTET II? TBE GABBBT. BY J. T. TR01VBBIDGE. Among lta dusty andcobwtbbed hoards Seeking some bundle o! patches, bid ' Par under ibe eaves, or bunch of sage, Or satchel hong on its nail amid The heirlooms of a bygone age. There lirthe anclcntfaflaily cbcst, ' There the atciatral cards and hatchel Dorothy, sighing, sinks down to rest, . Forgetful of parches, sage, and satchel, Ghosts of faces peer from the gloom Of the chimney, where, with' swifts and rc'. And the long disused, dismantled loom, ' • Stands the pld-faahtoned splnning-wlr She Bees It back in the clean swept A part of her gir'.hood'a little . ' L Hor mother ia there by the W1D**(«JS: ' Spindle buzzes, and reel is With manyaclick: on her1 She sits, a child, by the Watchi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 4 August 1870

BUSINESS CAIIPS. M i l T Y R A T I O N A t B A S K • t: CrSISiEN BAY) WIS. CONRAD KRUGETl, - . President. G. A. LAWTOX, - Cashier. '4 ftt. HARKIS. Clerk CircttU Court, Land and Insurance A ft. •X - • STURGEON RVR, WISCONSIN. Prompt attention given to paying taxes for non-residents, making abstracts\"of titles, and redeeming lauds sold for taxes. *2T Successor to Joseph Harris, Lund Agent. W. H. WEAD. ' Dealer in DryGoods, Groceries, Provisions and Tinware StnrgSbn Bay, May 17th. v5: — — - V f t 1 • 1 • — | • - — - ^ jr.. H. tOUiVfir^. B. v PHYSICIAN. AND SURGEON. Will attend promptly, to. all professional Ousincas • v 6-1. •Sturgeon Bay, 7FIs. May 23d, 1867. JOHN GARLAND. Wotary Public, Clerk of the .Connty Board of Supervisors and Land Agent. All ^business in his line promptly attended to. Office in the county Ibuilding. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., May 24, 1866. B ' A. BOTTEtSON. (Successor to C. L. Chase.) Dealer in boots andf shces. Repairing done neatly and with dispatch. /Sturgeon Bay....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 4 August 1870

Chicago and Northwestern ISailtvay, SUMMKE ARRANGEMENT. Night train leaves Chicago at........4:80 p. it. And arrives at Ft. Howard at 7:00 A. H. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at 9:00 A. M. Arrives atTPt. Howard at.......... 10:30 P. M Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:30 ?. M. 1 Arrives in Chicago at 5:30 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. Arrives in Chicago at. .........7:15 p. H. Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at... .10:30 A. M. Freight leaves Ft. Howard at...... 11:15 A. M. Tickets for all Eastern points for sale by W. E. PKAK, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. Sturgeon Kay Mail Arrangements. Southern and Eastern via Green Bay arrives eVeryTuesday and Friday at 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday o-t 1 p. r. , L Southern mail via Afmepee and Kewaunee arrives every Wednesday at 6 P. H. Departs eFerv Thursday at B A. M. \" Fish Greek -awl Ephriam, arrives Tuesdays . and Fridays at 12 h. Departs Tuesdays aud Fridays at 1 P. JiaUeys S«rbor,_arriv.es Fr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 4 August 1870

anscKLLAiraous ITEMS® • \"WOMAN OF METAL—A belle. A TRANSACTION (trance-action)—Walk- login pleep. ADVICE TO SURGEONS—Keep your tem- fcef, or youll lose your patients. BISHOPS insure in the Washington Life Insurance Company of New York. \"WE all owe something to our coun­ try?'said the man who went abroad with- • out having paid his income tax. A PRISONER was examined in court and contradicted himself \" \"Why do you lie so,\" asked the Judge. \"Haven't you a lawyer?\" THE ^Directors of the Washington Life are some of our best and most reliable - men in the city. THOMAS CARLTON,Meth­ odist Book Concern, New York. AN exchange notes, as the most \"har­ rowing \"sight it ever saw, the spectacle of a gentleman in a dress suit of black harrowing in a field, with a tall plug hat on. ' MONEY is said to be the root of all evil, yet how many spend their lives rooting for that which ia only an evil when in other's hands, but & blessing when you grasp it. \" Mies BROWN, I have been to ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 11 August 1870

YOLIJME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1870. POETRY. t MODERN WEDDING MITES. \" Wua^fhbjjt tafce.'this brown stone front, _Tbeao. carriages, tbis diamond, To be the husband of thy choice, .Faet locked In bonds or Hymen? And wilt thou leave thy home and friends f To ba his losing wife, And help to spend his large Income So long as thou hast life?\" _ \" I will 1\" the moSest maid replies The lovelight beaming from her eye \" And wilt thou take this waterfall, .•This ostentatious pride, v- With all these unpaid milliners1 bills, „ To be thy chosen bride ? And wilt thou love and cherl sh^her Whilst thou hast life and health, Bat die assoon as possible, And leave her all thy wealth?\" u I will!\" the fearless mate replies: Andeager waits the nuptial ties. \" Than I pronounce you man and wife And what I've joined forever, The next best man may disunite, i ,And. the first.divorce court sever.\" !• WAS \\00 EVER A BOY?\" • MY little four-year-old Hairy, B'igW.in beauty a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 11 August 1870

v'v: *\" - - ---a rk , , ,-r-.u.v' ip ,::i :'n'^J BUSINESS CARDS. A N R LAWT05T, Cashier. CITY It At 10 GREEN BA President. | [H. HABRIS. Cfer* W, Land and Insurance Ag't. STCRGEON BAY,,WISCONSIN. Prompt attention given to paying taxes for non-residents, making abstracts of titles, and redeeming lands gold for taxes. Successor to Joseph Harris, Land Agent. r W, H. 1VEAD, Dwltfr In Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Tinware. Sturgeon Buy, May 17th, v5. J. W. YOUNG, in. D. • PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. v Will attend promptly to all professional 'business ' 6-1. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. May 23d, 1867. ' JOHN OABliANjD. Notary Public, Clerk of the County Board of Supervisors and Land Agent. All business in his line promptly the countjMbuilaing. attended to. Office in Sturgeon Bay. Wis.,. May 24, 1866. A. BOTTELSON. (Successor to C. L. Chase.) Dealer in boots and shoes. Repairing done neatly and with dispatch. Ji^tuijKeon Bay, Wis.. July 13, 1867. 'F- S.. ' • ATTORNEY AT LAW. ! ' - JOHN C. NEVILL...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 11 August 1870

W£7*-::-O* *• nil pral Clileago and Nortliwestern Railway* SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Night train leaves Chicago at.....,..4:30 p. M. ^nd arrives at Ft. Howard at....\"..7:00 A. M. Mail Passenger loaves Chicago^ at....9:00 A. H.\\ ArrivesatlFt. Howard at.........10:30P. M,_ Night. Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:80 P. M. Arrives in Chicago at.... 5:30 A. M. Mail PaSscnger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. Arrives in Chicago at 7:15 p. M. Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at... .10:30 A. U. Freight leaves.Ft. Howard at 11$5 A M. Tickets for all Eastern points for sale by W. E. PEAK, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. Sturgeon Bay Mall Arrangements, Southern and Eastern: via Green Bay arrives every' Tuesday and Friday at 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday at 1 P. M. Southern mail: via Ahnej)ce and Kewauntt •arrives every Wednesday at 0 P. M. Departs 'every Thursday at fi A. M. ' Fish Creek and Ephriam, arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 M. Departs Tuesdays and Fridays at 1 p. if. Bailey...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 11 August 1870

The Democratic Party. A-'. •• -s 7 - J • j = •M ) one of jhe gravest objections to the 1 iwsfeftadacy'of tKe that it has not acquiesced in the results of thft war? f As its principles of State sover4 eignty justified the rebellion, so the 6ame principle denies the validity of the meas­ ures of reconstruction. And as the chief necessity of the country is repose and re- Jief from the spirit which sought its de­ struction, and which it has vanquished, , ite chief peril is the disposition to cherish - and deveiop that spirit, which is the dis­ position,of the Democratic party. It IS' because :this 'is evident that, notwith- etanaing a certain dissatisfaction with the IlepUDlicans, there is a profound distrust or the Democrats, and a real reluctance to intrust them with power. Whateypf difference there may be between the tone of a party press in opposition^ and the policy of the seme party in administration ' /-•however true it may be that the meas­ ures of a government will be very ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 18 August 1870

ii. HATtRIS Publisher. FOR AMERICAN UJSIT3T .AGAINST'AIX FOES. VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1870. POETRY^ \"NOW 1 LAY ME BO WN TO SLEEP\" BT 2TB8. V. BABBCVT. QOLDSN head, BO lowly bending, Little feet BO white snd baro, Dewy eyes, half shot, hal/ opened, •Lisping out her evening prayer. Well she knows when she Is saying, Now I lay me down to Bleep,\" 'lis to God tnat she is praying— .Praying Him her soul to keep. Halt asleep, and murmuring faintly, \" If I should die before I wake\" —Tiny fingers clasped BO saintly— \"I pray the Lord mv soul to take.\" Ob, the rapture sweet, unbroken, Of the toffl who wrote that prayer I Children's myriad voices floating Up to heaven, record it there. If, of all that has been written, I could chooxe what might be mine. It sho.uld be that child's petition Hieing to the throne divine. While the muffled bells were ringing, H \" Earth to earth, and dust to dust,' My free BOUL,on lalth depending— Faith, and love, and perfect ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 18 August 1870

BUSINESS CARDS. CITY -B-AlfR- GBISELV BAT, WIS. COXRADKRUGEIt, President. II. G.FREEMAN, Cashier, . [II. IKAfEKIS.XT' Clerk Circuit Court, Land and, Insurance Aft. STURGEON IJAY, WISCONSIN-. Prompt attention given to paving taxes for , Ky Successor to Joseph Harris, Land Agent K . . ... - ' W. H. WEAD. ' , inT)T Goods, Groceries, Provisions and imware. sturgeon Bay, May 17th, v5. J. H. YOITX«, M. ®. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will attend, promptly to all professional business 6-1., RttirgeOn Bar, fis. May 23d, 1867. - n . JOHN GARLAKD. ' Notary Public, Clerk of the Courity . Board of \" * J T J 1 x All business to. Office in ,.«iy.«v».v ......4ing, - Sturgeon Bay, Wis., May 24,. 1866. Av BOCTELSOxT - • • • (Successor to C. L. Chase.) Dealer in boots and shoes. Repairing done neatly arnv with dispatch. g^&turceun Bav, IFis.. July 11,1867. i ATTORNEY AT LAW. •\" | JOIIN C. NEVILLE, J^illattend the DoorCountv Circuit Court regularly. Office on Wasliiugton St., Green- Bay Wisconsin...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 18 August 1870

Cliicago and .Northwestern Hallway. ' STJMMKR AHRANGEMENT. Night train leaves Chicago at .4:30 p. si. And arrives at Ft. Howard at .7:00 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at... .9:00 A. W. \"Arrives atTti Howard at....... ,10:30 p. M. Kight Passenger leaves rt. How'd at 5:30 p. si. • Arrives in Chicago at .5:30 A. M. : Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. Arrives in Chicago at. .7:15 p. M. iPreight arrivcs'in Ft. Howard at... .10:30 A. SI. Freight leaves Ft. Howard at...... 11:15 A. M. Tickets for all Eastern points for sale by W. E, PEAK, Agent at.the Ft. Howard Station. . ' Sturgeon Bay Ulall Arrangements. i Southern and Eastern via Green Bay arrives tevery Tuesday and Friday at, 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday at 1 P.^M. • Soutltern mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunee arrivea everv Wednesday at 6 P. M. Departs «very Thursday at 6 A. M. , Fish Creek and Ephriam, arrives Tuesdays .nnd Fridays at 12 si. Departs Tuesdays and • ^Fridays at 1 P. M. - Baileys Harbo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 18 August 1870

-V r K / !• • ' i j CAN AN INEBRIATE CONQUER HIS : VICE? THE SUGGESTIONS OF ONE WHO HAS TRIED. INEBRIATE asylums are expensive, and . besides not unnaturally offend, in their Very designation, ja kind of pride—false, if you choose—which every man posses­ ses to a more or less degree. •i Their expense, too, usually falls on the Q friends of those whom they are designed to benefit, and, for these and other rea­ sons, we propose to dhow that any man thus .pa&f ally ^situated may, if he chooses, illustrate for himself, and in himselfj the title of. this article. t Habitual inebriety presents a condition m which the brain, being soddened and. dulled by the long and. extravagant use of the various poisons known under the gen­ eral name or \"ardent spirits,\" refuses to tespond to the mil power. Secondly, when\" , the Stomach, by long custom, has so habituated itself to these stimulants that it takes to itself the prerogative of the •Will-poWe^ abd i successfully demands their conti...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 25 August 1870

VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN^ THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1870. POETRY. FARMER SLACK! '' BT O.HO\"W\"E QBEKK.. O. FABMEB BLACK ! O, Fanner Slack! Your pigs are boned 'neath a stack Tonr Bheep have gorged themselves with corn, Your COWB bare got the hollow born 1 Ban, Farmer Slack I Run for your life I BOIL, save your children and yonr wife Ron! ron to B&ve your houBe on fire Tho flames d,*lmn«r fflacki 'yoa p¥y tod dfear,^ Why don't yon teep your chimney clear ? Green wood will make mora soot than dry Then cut your wood.afid \" lay It by.\" Why! Farmer Slack,, where Is your plow? Keeled up beside the fence, I trow1 Your rake and reaper, both are out. Why ? Farmer, what are you about f - Now, Farmer Slick, don't blame the times: Yoq, can't expect to make \" the dimes Yonr energies bave all been bent poy the wtalter ten per cent,! \" ' THB LOVERS FEARS. Tttougfityjoua answer tryes?' If owvqry Jaard a-' no,v would bo, ,-v . . . Omeuroybn'd never guess. . i } But, ah I. tho' long I...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 25 August 1870

• sk C I T Y N A T I O N A L B A N K ©BEE1V BAY,-WIS. - H. G.FREEMAX, : Cashier. CONRAD KRUGER, President. # tiff. HARRIS. -.Cferi Cwetnt Court, Land ITI SUV QTICC Agrt. ST0BGEO.V BAT, WISCONSIN. • /Prompt attention given.to paving taxes for non-residents, making abstracts\" of titles, and redeeming lands sold for taxes Successor to Joseph Harris, Land Agent. W. II. VEAD. De^CT In Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Tinware. Sturgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. J. IF. YOUX«, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will attend promjitly. to, all professional business C-l. ' Sturgeon Bay,' Tfis. May 23d, 1807. JOHN fiABIiAN'D. promptly ' Diiildlhg. the county)mil(iing. Sturgeon \"Bay, Wis., May 24,18(55. _'v_/y A. BOTTEXSOJV* (Successor to C. L. Chase.) Dealer In boots and shoes. Repairing done neatly and with dispatch. £Jfturgeon Bay, IFia.. July 11,18f7. — - ATTORNEY AT LAW. JOHN C. NEVILLE, •riWatterid the Door County Circuit Court regularly. Office on Washington St., Green Bar, Wisconsin. 40-tf. ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 25 August 1870

« ct *'lj£'2fi*'' *\"' CO office each of the several prosecutions has Sec Here Farmers ! cost more than the fines realized and a^. V aad JJorttmrestera 18 all way. SUXKIB ARBAKGSKEST. Kfjjht train leaves Chicago at....... .4 80 P.~M. And arrives at Ft. Howard at...... .7:00 A. H. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at... .9:00 A, M. .Arrivesatxt. Howardat........ .10:30 P. M. Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:80 P. M. . Arrives in Chicago at...'.......... .5:30. A. B. llailPassenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. ArrivesinChicago at..............7:15 P. W. reightarrivesinFt. Howard at.... 10:80A. M. Freight leaves Ft. Howard at...... 11:15, A. M. Tickets forfait Eastern points for sale by W. E. PBAK, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. 8targ«9n ®sy Mail Arrangements. SontJUrn and Eastern: via Green Say arrives •very Tuesday and Friday at 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday at 1 fv h. . Southern mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunee arrives every Wednesday at 6 P. M. Departs every...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 25 August 1870

v • mi • W. \" 5-PresWent Colfax oa the Sltnatlop. No one can Biut liiB eyea tothefact that the Democratic leaders enter upon the ca^test jost opening for the control of the next House of Representatives with more ^^^S^^'c'ttcpzessed- hopesofvictory inan for many years past and it is timely at this , moment to examine into the grounds of these sanguine expectations. They 'can be summed up as follows: ftavedwwfe^ •• lf not ignored* the 'differences existing in their own ranks on funding the -debt* and how? it shonld be paid, its fcaktftiohi etc, on which BO many prominent Eastern Democrats disagree so radically with their brethren in the West. They have hopes that, re- coiiairtcUv.dJE^iBl^ldiuhaving been vir­ tually completed, the ne^r issues as to the • ' f T foreign policy and thus render powerless, the hitherto compact and invincible Republican pha- *— . ^hey ' draw encouragement, too, _ dlsaffections as to patronage and feet that victory for ten consecutive years,jembrwjing thre...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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