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

! :\\' '?• : '•. . ' ' i ' * -* ^ -f X( w'::*)'--,.- V . : .:V: \\k:k'} -V., X: r ' '• FOR AMERICAN UNITY AGAINST ALL FOES. . v II. HARRIS, Publisher. 81.50 a Year. i':\\v '• • . -' y • VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1870. NUMBER 16. POETRY. V? THE LITTLE HO U8BW1FE. ^ O XITTLE housewife, clean and spruce, Thy nee one heart divines ' A rosy epple fnll of juice, Ana polished—till it shines! ^ A tidy, tripping, tender thing, A foe to lazy litters , - 'A-household angel tidying ^ lill all arcund thee-gllttera 1 I'd. see thee In thy loveliness, 8o prudish and so eharte, Nosptck upon the cotton dress, Girdling around thy waiet Thy ankle peeping, white as snow, .Ihy tucked-up kirtle under^ • What shining dishes, row on row, f. • \" -aBehind thee, stare and wonder, i • While r^imd thy door the millions call, While the great markets fill, , Though public soriow strike ns all, ( Singing,' thou worke&t Bttll ' Yea, all thy care and all thy xot I»«ver sweet an...

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 — 1 September 1870

„ BUSINESS CARDS. A** BUY IAfToTmTTAHff GREEN BAY, WIS. CONRAD KRUGER, President. i • ' a 'H* H VBKIS Circuit-Court, Land and Insurance AgH. ,-I- STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN. 'Prompt attention given to paying taxes for non-refiidents, making abstracts of titles, and TfdeemiHg lands sold for taxes. IST Successor to Joseph Harris, Lund Agent. EDITORS Mi Harris. ''V Ii. a.FREEMANr Cashier. W. H. WEm Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Tinware. \"(Sturgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. \\ \" 3. If. YOUXfi,M. D. . 'v / , ° ~ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. -iiK i . . Wl|l. attend promptly to, all professional ' '^Business „ 6-1. i - * | 1\" - Sturgeon Bay, IPIs. May 23d, 1867. J\\\"\" JOSSN GAlftlANZ. Notary Public, Clerk of the County Board of Supervisors and Land Agent. All business In his line promptly attended to. Office in ,j '. the county building. „ , Sfurgeon'Bay. Wis., May 24,1866. - - A. BOTTEIiSOPf. - (Successor to C. L. Chase.) * - \"* Dealer in boots and shoes. Repairing done neatly.and...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 1 September 1870

' ' v. B$0: - ' 4\", /*Â¥\" «- J* V^*! \"V 1 •BBBeBMI 01. ADVOCATE, Clilcago and Northwestern Kallwuy. BCMHP.TT ADTTANQEMENT. , Night train leaves Chicago At....... .4:50 p. M. And atrives at Ft. Ilowardjit..... .7:00. a.w. • Mail Passenger leaves Chicago\"at....9:00 A. M. Arrives at Ft. Howard at .,10:30 p. M. Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'dat 5:30 p. M. 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. • Freight arrives IN Ft. Howard at.... 10:80 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. f Sturgeon Kay Mail Arrangements. •t. Soidhtrri and Eastern via Green Bay arrives •every Tuesday and Friday at 12 M., and de- % oarts every Tuesday and Friday at 1 P. M. Southern mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunee arrives ejggfv Wednesday at O P. H. Departs r-rm^*aAnv at 6 A- M- J® Greek and Ephriam, arrives Tuesdays and Fri...

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

l i c i i w. •j / ' J ' i .\"Tr. ' i f AtMresseftheRepnblican Congres­ sional Committee to the Party. To tireBepntollcans of the United States: THE Executive and Legislative Depart­ ments ot the National Government, and two-thirds of the State Governments, have been committed to your keeping. Snch power carries with it grave responeibili- tieek The people, as is their right, will holdjyoujto a strict accountability for the , exercise of this great trust. Elections are soon to be held for the National House of Representatives. These elections will de- » termlne the political complexion of the popular bronci of Congress. They will, j loo, determine the political character of fleveral State Governments. And these , : v results will bo accepted as the verdict of the people upon tho ideas, principles and policies of the Republican party, and upon the measures and charactcr of the Na- tional Administration. To those rospon- j sibllities, and to the gravity of these is­ sues, your thou...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 8 September 1870

^'hl •••••• v . . ' . * • • ? V' ?:»•••- -»/l , \" . ~r. \" ' ^-\"-- V v - *\" 'it H. HAERIS, Publisher. \":~\"f AMERICAN UMTY AGAINST FOES. TERMS: $1.50 VOLUME IX. POBfBY. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1870. NUMBER 17. COMPENSATION. BY AMELIA E DAILET. ACTEB tho night, the morning's dawn, Paling and blosbing with pearl and rose The greenest, canniest fields are born, Fruit of the high-piled winter snows. After the storm, the rainbow gleams, Filling with beauty tbe heavenly dome 'Neath lowering clouds the snulight streams Aftef the voyage is rest at home. ii. There Is no sorrow, no pain of life, But bears from its anguish something sweet: rast the long hours of weary strife • Comes Victory with her snowy feet. Through death is life each pain and lofs, .Each grief wo bear, is a hnfivenly-prlze By His long anguish on the cross, • Christ won oar rest in Paradise. i~ in. Then, count not loctthe hopes that fall Lrne leaves in autumn, one by one,- Nor deem the ljght is...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 8 September 1870

BUSINESS CARDS. CITY NATION A I BAHK CREEK BAT, WIS. \"CONRAD KRUGEIt, President-. H. Gr.FREEM AN, Cashier. HI. Harris : Clerh Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Aft. • . STRTTGEON BAV, WISCOX'SI.Y. Prompt attention Riven to paying taxes for non-residents, making abstracts of titles, and redeeming lands sold for tirxca. Successor to Joseph Harris, Land Agent. W. Iff. WKAJJ. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and . Tinware, \"sturgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. J. H. YOIWfi, 31. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. : 'Will attend promptly to all professional Dnsiness ^ 6-1. : Sturgeon Bay, Wis. May 23d, 1867. \"\" - jrom CABL1NS. Notary' Public,\"Clerk of the Connty Board of 4. Supervisors and Land Agent. All business th nis line promptly attended to. Office in 1?ie county building. • 8turgeon Bay, Wis., May 24,1866. , „ • : A. BOTTELSO^ (Successor to C. L. Chase.) Dealer in. boots and shoes. Repairing done neatly and with dispatch. £6'turueon Bav. IHs., July 1), 1867. v r:V - ATTORNEY AT LAW. ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 8 September 1870

ens HEHBGBaBsae Chicago, and Northwestern Railway. r SUHMEtt AEEANGEMENT. Night train leaves Chicago at 4:30 p. M. And arrives at Ft. Howard at \"7:00 A. M. MailPussengcr leaves Chicago at 9:00 A. M. . Arrives at Ft. Howard at —10:30 p. M. ifigbt Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:30 P. M. • . Arrives in Chicago at 5:30 A. M. •Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. • ArrivesIN Chicago at..-. . .7:15 P. M. Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at... .10:30 A. M. Freight leaves Ft. Howardat .11:15 A. SI. Tickets for all Eastern points for sale by W. E. PEAK, Agent.at the Ft. Howard Station. Sturgeon Bay mail Arrangements. Southern mi-Eastern via Green Bay arrives every Tuesday and Friday at 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday at'l P. M. ^Southtrii mail via Ahnepce and Kewaunee arrives every Wednesday at 6 P. M. Departs every Thursday at 6 A. M. Fish Creek and Ephriam, arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 M. Departs Tuesdays and Fridays at i. P. M. 'JtaiUys Harbor, arrivesFviday ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 8 September 1870

••v-fr ITASBY, [Prom the Toledo Blade.] [ MB. KABBY DREAMS A DBBAM, IN WHICH U , THH CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN THE r: SVXHT OF A DEMOCRATIC YICTOBY 18 FOHESHADOWED. MABTXH'S COBNERS, Misphjoit HUNDEBD. in thb State ttv Delawakb August 12,1870. '• , Last nite I bin a readin anindict- ttent w the Republi&in party, by that virchuus paper the Noo York World, my ever and anon with V : strengjlmin from a tnmbler, wich ^ ft oap^ftirniahea meregler, by order uv i n? Committee. The World re- 1 f ®*\"®d the thievin and stealin uv the Radi- l r . kel organizashun, in detale, and published ' letters from disgusted members uv that party who purposed to restdre the gov- \"•[Y • eminent to a healthy condishen and se- coor an honest administrashen uv affairs ! by votinthe Dimocratic ticket this fell, all uvwich the World insistid made the j death uv. Hadikalism shoor. The heat uy the evenin, or the strength uv the mixter in the tumber (Sapp's lik- is sarchin and he is very economical or water),...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 15 September 1870

111 ' - j*Srt f-| ^ /KA3S,ItIS, IPublistier FOR AMERICAN USITÂ¥ AGAWST. AU FOES, TERMS: §51.50 a Year. r / /, 1' VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1870. POETRY. A SONS OF HARVEST MOMS. meny'autumn days, \"when yellow _ cornfields shine Far brighter than the costly cup that holds the ^ monarch's nine) Hall to the merry harvest time, the gayeat of the V' ' year, - ' $Hie tune of rich and bounteous crops, rejoicing, and good cheer! ''2ft pleasant, on a fine spring morn, to see the bad , expand * , 'Ha pleasant, in the summer time, to view the teeming land •Tta pleaa^on a winter's night, to crouch around «Bat wfc&t aw' joys, like these, my hoys, to wtMHL'fl meiry days! V?|ftn hail to merry autumn days, when yellow •cornfields ehine Par l»rlghter than th? costly cup that holds the . monarch's wine? And hail to merry harvest time^the gayest of the pvvl y®®^\\ •* uSe time of rich and bounUons crops, rejoicing, and good cheer I * • , rs THE HOUSE OF PENNYP...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 15 September 1870

BUSINESS OAI(l.)S. . OIWKN BAÂ¥, WIS. CONRAI) KtltTO BR, | If. G.FKKEMAN, Vl'rcsidcn-t. 1 Oushior.\" Circuit Court, Land arid Insurance A/ft. •\\* . StDRCBON lUY^W|SCON&jj,\\ Prompt attention given to payftig taxes for -nonresidents, milking abstracts'of titles, and TedecmiHg lands sold for taxes Successor to Joseph 11 arris, Land Agent. WI5AD, ' Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Tinware. Sturgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. v . • - . - j r . i i . v o i 5 i v « , M. ». ^ .. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. '\" \"Will attend promptly to ull professional business 5-1. . Sturgeon Bay, Ifis. jMaj'£-3d, 1SC7. - ' ' ' JOHN G AlIkANlO. Notnr.y Public, Clerkof the County lloard of Supervisors and Land Agent. All business ' in'his line promptly-attended to. Ollice in tliti county building. « Sfurgeon'Bay.'Wis., M.iy'24,-1866. - 4 - .V: done ,v A - BOTTEtSOJT.•' • ,. , \" (Successor to C. L.~ Chase.) ' pctilo.r in boots and shces. Repairing .\" neatly ano with dispatch. • \\ ^.A'turcean ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 15 September 1870

• Chicago and Northwestern Railway. 8CMMER ARRANGEMENT. Nig&t train-, leayes Chicago at 4:30 PTM. -- ^And arrives at Ft. Howard nt 7:00 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at....9:00 A. M. ^•Arrives nt Ft. Howard at. 10:30 p. M. Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at' 5:80 p. M. _ Arrives in Chicago at... 5:30 A. M. MailPassenger 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 S tation. Sturgeon Bay Mail Arrangements. Southern and Eastern£ via Green, Day arrives every Tuesday and Friday at 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday at 1 p. M.. Southern mail via Ahnepee -and Kewaunee arrives every Wednesday at 6 P.M. Departs every Thursday nt 6 A. M. Fish. Creek and JSphriaml arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 M. Departs Tuesdays and Fridays at 1 P. M. Baileys Harbor, arrives Friday at 12 M. ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 15 September 1870

• \\ •ii-:-' A CHOP FOB BREAKPAST—Hash. is the easy chair of old age. HOPSand strive is the way to thrive. \" Sieves—Printer's devils. OONTBAJJAUD 01- WAb—The pipe of CHEAP HosraAun--Bntertaiiiing an kind of head gear—False worm has been diacov i V s : u RxMOB-mai is a prevalent Journalistic . complaint. J /' A OOTEMPOBABY says Eve was the first bone-a-part. ' / Whew a patient begins to feed more, ^ ^ the doctor as feed less. \" TSEBE were 343,577 dead letters en- ' « tombed at Washington last July. : i . MOST LIKELY.-—A city rapped in ? elum- v ber, would most likely wake up at once. - KENTUCKY expects to raise 55,000 hogs- /: heads of tobacco this year. iv: A roucY issued by the Washington in 1861. for $10,000, in 1866 had increased to ' . • . $11,153.70. .«•: A PHILADELPHIA family left the gas .. ! burning While they went to Europe and , back. \\ f. . A STITCH in Time may save nine—bu • v - he never seems to be entirely sewn up. 0 THE residents of Boston represent an aggregate ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 22 September 1870

fsr- • 12 \"y : w- i *. I .'. •H-A-ItE'IS, -Publish.er. FOR MEBICAN UNITY AGAINST ALL FOES. VOLUME IX. POETRY, A BUMMER BONO. Fair K*' r'n® 80 AW YOU, Lsztlv t?oi? \"dt0»*ltb yonr ©yea of bine Ti«ftin.° -lD8' ®oniing and noon, ' ^ strolling under the moon un tr,d verandah, beneath the vines, aghlugly throwing poetical lines - £hrumming on lightest guitar a tune, Hamming of distant sea and lagune. : Of love unwhlspered and deep dee pair: ! Wis ever fisairg so sweet, so rare ? Yon wont fishing, and so did I, Our angels surely floated by), Up irom the town, to the blue hills. From beat ftcd duet to the cool* puro rilli. Bat no fleh came all the summer's day, Todraw my eyes from your face away: And no wish came for a fortune quest. To draw your heart from Its new-found r«st. ryearneo and watched, tin, in glad surprise, A Till on of love flashed in your eyes. Ob l we went fishing, you and I, teelyns golden days gone by i We went for a summer's row or sail And tremblingly found th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 22 September 1870

BHeaBSSEBS BUSINESS CARDS C I T Y W A T I O N A T B A N K CONRAD KRUGER, . President. •H. G.FREEMAN, . Cashier. ^ [H. HAKKIS. Clerh Circuit Court, hand and Insurance Ag't. STDBGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. r Prompt attention given to paying taxes for nonresidents, making abstracts of titles, and Redeeming lands sold for taxes. i Successor to Joseph Harris, Land -Agent. W.H.WBA1). • Dwjw in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Tinware. (Sturgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. J. H. Â¥OC\\C) M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ' \" •1 Will attend promptly to all professional Business ,6-1. ' Sturgeon Bay, JTis. May 23d, 1867. \"T JOHN GARLAND. JTotary Pnblic, Clerk of the County Board of •. Supervisors and Land Agent. All bnsiness i. in bis line promptly attended to. Office in v the connty building. .. Sturgeon Bay. Wis., May 24, 1866. ~~~~~ A. IBOITEIISON^ ^ : ! * r (Successor to C. L. Chase.) v'Oealor in .boots and shoes. Repairing done . neatly and with dispatch, £turt{eon Bay. Wis., July 11, 1867. V ATTORNE...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 22 September 1870

, Chleagoand Norei&western Railway. StXMHRR ARRANGEMENT. ' Night train leaves Chicago at . .4:80 P. M. , , And arrives at Ft. Howard at..... .7:00 A. M. ^ o llail Passenger leaves Chicago at... .9:00 A. H. i r Arrives at Ft. Howard at. .10:30 i». u. Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:30 P. M. - 5 * Arrives in Chicago at. 5:30 A.M. \" * Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. 'C rVAiriveinn Chicago at ...7:15 p. if. Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at.... 10:80 A. H. :: 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. V Southern and Eastern^ via Or (en Bay arrives - every Tuesday and Friday at 12 v., and de- '? part* every Tuesday and Friday at 1 P. M. \" \" / Southern, mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunee arrives every Wednesday at 6 P. JI. Departs every Thursday at 6 A. M. - & Fish Creek and Bphriam, arrives Tuesdays ' and Fridays at 12 M. Departs Tuesdays and Fr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 22 September 1870

- 1 'v\"» $ • *. tSXL KASBY HAVIHG ADDBBSSED DHCULAES TO. MB DBMOOBACY OF THE VABIOU8 BTATBB OFTHE UNION, BBCBIYEB AN- BWBBS, WHICH' HE GIVES TO THB WOBLD. • mW'S^TtKr^i Beptexnbet 1,1870/^ J • BOMB weeks sence I addrest a cirkler letter, to & large number ay the leadin workin Dimocrats in tie various States, &8Klll* . 1. Wat ia the prospex of the Dimocrisy xiyyoor State? 2. Successth!fl fall wood enshoor ns •fc Bucoesain the Frepidenchal straggle ttv ' 1872—wat important politikle changes do yoo expect in case we succeed ? . 8. Give, breefly, yoor idee uv the dis- tinktive principles of the Dimocrisy, and •Wat we she! achefeve by success. To these cirklers I received a grate menny ansers, uy wich the followin is average sataiples: FBOH HEW YOBK. W We hope to succeed in carryinthe State, though emigrashen hez fellen off, wich cuts down our vote somewhat. We shel hev to make up that deficiency by extror- dinary repeetin. We want the Federal offlses, for there aint enuff uv c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 29 September 1870

- v l ~ / *\" * * , • in «« *u ^ • 1 • **, f*r/iw \" * \" J? ?5 4 ' ,^-pa|i . - - ? v - * :' SI. HABRIS, '!Pubiish.ei'. FOR AHEBIC11I I'MTY A«AI\\ST ALL FOES. TERMS: 8L50 a Year. VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1870, NUMBER 20. POETRY. V . M7 LOVE. . . . • ,v Kr love Is pale, but. in her cheeks V, Faint rosy flashes come and go, That gather ellghtiy when ehe speaks, ' Ana eoih'dtimes deepen to a glow. '. .Sh« seema'most like a yoang wftite rose, • Within whose heart a toiush is Bet, 'Softly unfolding as it grow— , v But ab, I hare not foond her yet 1 , Heroes are blae—ench sweet bine eyes! Hor white lids veil them from your Bight, Bat: now and then a emila will rlae, ! . And fill them suddenly with light And when she hears of some distress, , . , And on the lashes tears are wet, . They look with such pained tenderness— Bat ah, I have not found her yet 11 : Across her brow in even braids . Is smoothly laid her glossy hair \" My love has need of no fals...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 29 September 1870

* $9j3J9BSEBS&9EBE J. Harris — Editous — M. Harris. THURSDAY SEPT, 29, 1870, Republican Nominations, 0 . p .... MEMBER OP CON'OItKSS : ~ PHILETUS SAWYER, of Winnebago. • For Member of Assembly: P. W. STEBBINS, OF AnNErEE. GOOD WOBDS FOli OCIK XOmNEE, ^ . r. We copy some of the notices of papers / outside of the Congressional district, in re- , lotion to the- nomination of Mr. Sawyer , ' ' ! , Tot Congress. General Atwood, of the Madison State Journal, who was in Congress the last win* - tcr and knows whereof he speaks, says: 1 Republicans of the 5th District in this State, have done a wise thing in renominating Hon. I'hiletus Sawyer to represent that dis- . i Met another term in Congress. We are well , , •ware that this action is entirely against the ' ' w'3'ie8 °f • \"Sawyer. He was anxious . . . R e t i r e f r o m t h e H a l l s o f C o n g r e s s , a n d l a s t Pf. -S.'®'t determined to do so. H,is business, T . ifxVet7 IarSe» befelt required his per- •on®« attention...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 29 September 1870

CUieago and Northwestern Hallway. ' , SCMMKR ARRANGEMENT. Night train loaves Chicago at. . .4:30 p. M. - And arrives at Ft. Howard ajt.... ..7:00 \\.4t. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at.. ..0:0® A. M. - Arrives at Ft. Howard at .10.30 p. M. Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:80 p. u. Arrives in Chicago at f»:30 A, M. . 1UU pMsangor leave* Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. Arrirosin Chicago at.. ...7:15P. M. Freight arrives MF't. Howard at.... 10:30 A. M. Freight loaves Ft. Howard at 11:13 A. M. , Tickets for ail Eastern points for sale by W. E. PSAK, Agent at: the Ft Howard Station. , Slurseon Bay Mail Arrangements. Southern and Eastern via Green Bay arrives •Very Tuesday and Friday at 12 m. , and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday at 1 P. M. Southern, mail via A hnepee and Ecwaunte arrives'every Wednesday at 6 P.M. Departs ' every Thursday at 6 A.M. F\\*h Creek and Ephriam, arrives Tuesdays •nd Fridays at 12 u. Departs Tuesdays and Fridays afl. w. MaiUy* Harbor, arrives Friday at 12 M...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 29 September 1870

e. Party Becorfls, v IN life recent speech at South Bend, IncL, Vice-President Colfax spoke as fol­ lows touching partyrecordl: • Frankly and folly I have thus reviewed the results of this administration, and re- . . plied without a. word.ofbitterness to the charges of its enemies. Why, let me ask, in conclusion, should the .-administration be rebuked, or the Republican Congress be driven from power ? What do you de­ sire above, all things from your govern­ ment? Is it not the fkithfol execution of the laws, the maintenance of peace, econ- • omy in administration, honesty in officials, the preservation of the national honor, and all possible relief from public burdens? And have-I not shown that, eversince the Executive and Legislative Departments Were brought into harmony and political accojrd- by the inauguration of President . Grant, these essentials of a good Govern- ment have been realized? The scandals Vhich previously dishonered the adminis­ tration have ceased. The taxes ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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