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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 6 October 1870

•• •:./.•••.*• . y ' • 'V^„- -f . 5fcr^ rrfcj SI. UAJiRIS, Publisher. FOR AMERICAN tTWI f AGAINST ALL, FOES. TERMS : $1.50 a Yea*. VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THURSDAY. OCTOBER NUMBER 21. POETRY : XOBOVTS OBI LP. ' ' „ BT PHCEBE CAST. OKLT a newsboy, under the light Ol the lamp post plying bis trade in rain: Hen are too buey to stop to-night, Harrying home through the sleet and rain. Naver jlncedarfc a paper gold: Where ehail he sleep, or how he fed? He thinks as he shlvere there In the cold, ] While happy childTen are safe a-bed. la it strange If he turns about ' With angry words, then comes to blows, When h's little neighbor, Just sold out, \" Tossing his pennies, past him goes? Stop Vjy some one looks at him, sweet and mild, Ana tue volco that speaks is a tender one: Yon should not strike such a little child, AB&yon should not nse such words, my son I' Is It his anger or his fears .. ThatiMve hhshed bis voice afld stopped his annJ _ Don t tremble,\" these are the words...

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 — 6 October 1870

\"Wrtfir? MR CO. ADVOCATE. «F. Harris — Eurrous— IE. Harris. THURSDAY OCTOBER 6, 1870, :: .'Republican Nominations, MEMBER OP COXGTSESS': PHUETUS SAWYER, -of Winnebago. • ' FOR SCPT. OF PUBLIC ixSTRlICTIOV : • SAMUEL-FALLOWS. !' * * J—- «ii .... For Member of Asstnibbj: rC:: m W. StEBBINS^ op Anxkpek. Tbe population of. Wisconsin is 1,050,- 720, THE refusal of Mr.°*Ki,Aus to be the Dem­ ocratic candidate for Congressman in this District, has sadly demoralized the \" un- terrified.\" They have failed to find a vic- tiuTyet. ' «. —111 ^ . Ati tlie war Democrats who voted for GRANT fcnd arc satisfied with the manner i° which he has performed' his duties, should vote for SAWYER, the candidate of the party which \"supports GRANT's admin \" istration.: . , ' - •/ . •cz i- (•. .VT 't ... Sawyer has demonstrated his ability to '] wcjrk effectively for the material interests of this part of Wisconsin. 13very man, without regard to party, who is interested - in the development and advan...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 6 October 1870

Chicago and Nortlnvateru ltailwayt SUMMER^ARRANGEMENT. Night train leaves Chicago at... , ... .4:30 p. M. And. arrives at Ft. Howard at......7:00 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at... .9:00 A. M. Arrives at Ft. Howard at.... ... ..10:30 p. sr. ftight Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at -5:30 P. M. Arrives in Chicago at 5:30 -A. M. MailP'.isscngcr leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. Arri.Te,s inChicago at. .. .7:15 p. u. 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. Southern and Eastern via Green. Bay arrives • EVERY Tuesday and Friday at 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesday and Friday atl p. M. Southern mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunee arrives everv Wednesday at 6 P. M. Departs every Thursday ut.6 A. M. FisTi Creek and Uphriam, arrives Tuesdays and Fridays' at 12 M. Departs Tuesdays and Fridays at 1 p. M. Baileys Harbor, arrives...

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 — 6 October 1870

y of VIce-PresWent Colfax, At South Bend, IncL, on the 10th, Vice- President Colfex delivered a very able snd eaiauBtive speech on the political iesufes of the day, from which we extract aa follows: _ After stating the pledges made by the Republican party to the country, he pro­ ceeds to show how thoroughly and Hon­ esty those promises have been so far ful­ filled. Concerning Democratic extrava­ gance, as compared with Republican economy, hesays: mr , storedto powerinorder to^ave retrench- onomy,hesaM: We are told by our political opponents that the Democratic tarty must be re- ry. ' !'V- ment and reform in every branch of the Government, and to havejuatice and pro­ tection for all citizens. We have two il­ lustrations of the results of Democratic . rule, and its effect in achieving these de­ sirable ends. Mr. Buchanan's Bdministra- tio&'the test Democratic administration in our history, is one, and New York city, with its immense Democratic majority, its undisguised corr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 October 1870

. „ , V i , • ' * • . * \" t :'\".- ::'\"-• - ., ,, v, V • .v-^VR . ' HARRIS. Publisher. • • ' -f ' J , - , 7 . - ,i'j' ii i-•••• U .-• • i '• * 1 ' : . ^ FOR AMERICAN UfflTTir AGAINST AIX FOES. VOLUME IX. POETRY. WANING. T?HS autumn days are Waning, and the gold is on the leaf, The gold andxrimeon tint that paints with splen- • dor bright and brief The graid old cake. The copper-red Is on the ' bending beech, 'The brown nuts ruetle ripe and full above the school-boy's reach. The swallows gather 'noath the eaves: the flrat . dull cloudy day • Will bear them \"ail on eager wings, to stuisler cllmeB away: . So is it oft, with us,, alas! pur brief bright mm- ' • merends, Coaes winter reaolute snd stern away troop sum- , mer friends. The ltt3tflr^0 blushes on her stem, In beauty all Weeps summer gone, and Blghs upon her solitary throne • So is lt wlth ns at life's end. What reck, or pomp, T^i. , or ® IP hairs grow grey, and we without some light of love, grow old? Pray God, there be no...

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 — 13 October 1870

JT. Ilari'ts — Editors ISarrls. THURSDAY OCTOBER 13, 1870^ Republican. Nominations, y0R MESIBER OF COXCKESS : PH1LETUS SAWYER, of Winnebago. POa StJPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION : SAMUEL. FALLOWS- For ifemher of Assembly: - W. STEBBINS, OP AHNEPEE. T , WA2S REWS. Tours, Oct. 3.—A dispatch from Gen. ' ~ Trochu reports a reconnoisance in forces on occupying Meyille 1'IJay. Thias • and Clioisy Leroi, which had been oceupi- ed in force by the Prussians. After a ^short engagement the French fetired in .. good order, to the protection of the- guns \" U of^ort Bicetre and Fort d'lssy. ]NEw Youic,.Opt. 3.—The lime's London correspondent telegraphed last night as follows: - • •. i4 The proclamation of the government ^ delegation at Tours,ordering the elections to take place on the 16th of October, gives great satisfaction here, and promises, to give a new direction to the apparently : • hopeless current of French affairs, and will have the effect of depriving Bismarck of the pretext that thei'c ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 October 1870

gtyfiiji, Chicago andlVortJi westernSSallway. jKTrccii.:Eay., ... \" Tho savs that the now Masonic' j Poetical. p\\ : Have wc a poet among us? is no longer | an unsatisfied query. TTo have—one of j Hall in that city is to he formally ! the first order, loo. We print below a ed on Tuesday, October 11th. A1 -CI.I -A' ,• SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. , Niglit train leaves-Chicago at ..4:30 \"p. m. • 1 t Arid/arrives at Ft. Howard-at . .7:00 A. m. Mail-pHSseiijrer CSiicago at..\"..9:00 A. m.: -V • Arrives at Ft. •. Howard at ,.l'0:3o p. M. . M -i Night' Pii^9(?ui er. leaves Ft. How'dat 5:30 P. if. i V ^ arrivesitfChiaagp at.^ ....5:30 A. M. 'M'ailPasseoger-'leavcs-Ft. Howard,fti.7:O0 A. M. •.-.T ft -Arriresin Chicago at.. .:,...7:15P. H. ' r ' §\"g'-jPreight arrives m.Ffe. Howard at..j, .$0:30 a.'m. \" S Freight leaves Ft. Howard at.... .YIFT:15 A. M. v .Tickets for all Eastern points for sale, by W. i,. IE. PEAK, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. • j V • Stvrgeou Bay Mail Arransemeats, • v South...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 October 1870

3 :r?r ^heDjBnmii&rof the Democratic Party. THERE it stands1 fcefare you to-day, American people, demanding of you that to them, and instantly—this very year— 1 you stall surrender this your new gov- ' eminent. In the presence of the facts - '\"which thus.troop around them,as they t make this demand of your surrender, look at the prodigious audacity of it. They I . cometelling you that in deciding about ^ . the surrender you shall not name their \" V resistance of slavery's overthrow, because that isBue is \"dead\" when at the South , : they are to-day demanding elections to •\"... I ti, .Qonjgrees because they believe in its re- establishment. They demand you shall «• not. name secession,\": because it is .\"dead\" when they we electing Supreme * * fudges in the largest State in the Union, ./,*« with the declared expectation that they ' may be called upon to array the State . . • against the Union.\" They demand that t- you shall not name their deeds of nullifl- - ? cation 'w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 20 October 1870

/V A /\"• i-asi ijlj }_•.£ -*|e£. HARRIS, 3?ublish.er FOR AMERICAN UNITY AGAINST FOES. TERMS: $1.50 a Year. V .V . \"ui'.f ! : • : ' /:A^t *5^ VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 1870. P0E5TBY. vi TEE TERES LITTLE 0EA1B8. -TEXT tat alone by tha bright wood Are, The gray-haired dame and aged size, - Dreaming of days gone by Tn® tear-drops fell on each wrinkled cheek, They both had thoughts they could not apeak, v And each hearc uttered a sigh— For,their sad and tearful eyes descried' Three little chairs pla.ced side by side . •a*din8t the sitting-room wall Old-fatiuoaed enough as there they stood, Their Beats of flag and their frames of wood, tJ 4 . 'WithIbeir backs so straight and tall. T\"*Sn *ke sire shook his Bllvery head, ~i: And with trembling vbice he gently said: k Molhef: f HMA FTTNFTFV I But she answered: \" Father, no, not yet, , - For I look at them, and I forget That the children are away •Th® boys come back, and our Mary, too, With her apron on,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 20 October 1870

•Â¥. IfftrrlM — Eorrons • Blari'is. THURSDAY OCTOBER 20, 1870, .Republican Nominations. • * ,if\"1 member or coxop.bss: PH1LET0S SAWYER, of Winnebago, r '-— • ———' ( _/, • rou tiVVf.lOFPVTlUC IXSTItrCTION* : SAMUEL FALLOWS. _\\v — / - i' For Mwiber of Assembly: Ti. W, STICBBINS, or Aiinkprk. '• XIIK OCTOS5K fB J5 LECTIONS.\" The election held in Iowa, Ohio, Pcnn- sylvania, Indiana and Nebraska, last Tucs- day resulted in a substantial Republican victory . The Democrats confidently pre- v dieted a large gain of Congressmen and Re­ publicans conceded the loss or several. The election returns bring better news than ' eren republicans, dare hope. Iowa, as usu- al^, sends a solid Republican delega­ tion to Congress Nebraska js Republican in Ohio the delegation is unchanged from two years ago in Indiana the Republicans lqse one and in Pennsylvania one or two - NOTICE. \"Wherons, default has been made in the par- nicnf of the money secured by mortgage dated the Fifth day of {September, 1...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 20 October 1870

Chicago and Northwestern Railway. • • SCTFHKR AGRANOBMEKT. \"\" - . • Night train leaves Chicago at.... .. .4:30 p. M. AndSarrives at.Ft. Howard at 7:00 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Caiicago at....9:00 A. M. i Arrives at Ft. Howard at.... 10:30 p M. Night Passenger 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 l'n.Ft. Howard at,... 10:30 A. M. : Freight-leaves Ft» Howard ut 11:15 A. M. Tickets fot^Ell Eastern points for sale, by W. :E.PEAK Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. .Sturgeon Bay lUafl Arrangements. Southern and Eastern via Green Bay arrives \"every Tuesday and. Friday at 12 M., and de­ parts every Tuesduy and Friday at 1 P.'II. Southern mail: .via Ahnepee a-nd Ketvaunee wrives every Thursday at 6 r. m. Departs •every Friday at 6 A. M. . Fish Creek and Ephrutm, arrives Tuesdays nnd Fridays at 12 a. Departs Tuesdays and Fridays at 1 P. M. „ ~ \" i Bailey8 Harb...

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 — 20 October 1870

y v'.\"r\" y t: •i'-'J •W^\". •:l ' 1 :H 1 •' ' W /TV t V VW| ' ilKki U*oathsToieaoBiaflej :. ^ \" r . MB. 2TA8BY AND BIS FBIEHBS IN DBLA- ' 'WABB, PAS8B1VBB8 AJ$D 8TJNDBY-BEBOLU- -noire vnrjt intent *wn& VOTES OF DIYEBS AHD SUNDRY PEBSONS . V- BBilDENG IN MASTER'S CORNERS. ltumrs COBRSBS, SlXSTHJOB HCHDEBD, 1 ' September 25,18W 5 THH leading Democrats uv Masten s Cornersheld a.toeeting/laetnightip,the rittm-room attached to BM Sapptyfor the , purpose,uvtakln elchlack^enezmight ' be deemed necessary to swell the Demo- 5 cratio majority a* the Corners ez large ez it cood be by square votin. We shel only ' reoeet ez much ez may ,be necegsary tp save the State, (Ad iUow oxieor two han- dred voters to* go over into gome Close counties in Pennsylvania. Bill Sapp wafr appointed Chsreman, wich 00 elated? him th&tj he at: wahst drawd a fl?e gallon ifc&rlira i-kind'uv whiskey they make in Noo Jersey out uv I #pples,wich lie madojree to all uv us, for 1 that^venla dnlj.? 'After an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 27 October 1870

vfe •? j*: '*» v'-: (i. V' -v -' f - ! ,5 IS. HARRIS, Pha.blish.er. FOR AMERICAN UNITY AGAINST AJLIs FOES. TERMS: $1.50 a Y©ar. VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870. POETRY. . WAIIING FOR AN ASS WEB. Aov wretched is the being, matrimonially in- •. . ollced, «. • Wboascharmerwaatea a year or eo in making up j her mind. ' Of all oar mortal miseries, no doubt the most In- •:. 'tense ' .'ft passing one's existence, like A spider, lneus- • poose. I'r* suffered half the agonies to which oar flesh is heir - And tooth-ache and sciatica seem ghastly things to bear Sot first among the tortnres that man can nndergo Is when a ladynesltates to answer Yes or No. At least a dozen months ago my martyrdom began, And yet—I blush to own it-I am still a Single TnHT. The fanit atftret was all my own, for week had fol­ lowed week. Before I plucked my courage Bp sufficiently to speak. But when I breathed my eentiments, I breathed • : them in a (one To pieWejaheart or granite ...

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 — 27 October 1870

rat r«. in J. Harris — EDITOKS — M. Harris. ^THURSDAY OCTOBER 2% 1870, ^Republican Nominations, FOa IfEHBEE OP CONGRESS S ^ PHILETUS SAWYER, of Winnebago. FOB 8CPT. OF PUBLIC IXSTBUCTIOJF : SAMUEL FALLOWS' iv * For Member of Assembly D. W. STEBBINS, OF AHKEPEE. THE FOX 4: WIS. R EVE IS. IMPROV 4,Mr. Breese J. Stevens, yice president of the Green Bay and Mississippi canal company,, informs the Madison Journal that the company has decided to accept the conditions^ of the bill which passed the last . congress, including the Benjamin proviso.\" This ^important news for Hon. P. SAW- YEB'S district, as it insures, the appoint­ ment of arbitrators who are to determine and report to Congress the amount to be paid to the Improvement Company for the entire work as it now stands. This done and it only remains for Congress fo make the necesssary appropriations for the pay- snent of the company and for going ori with the work. The entire improyem'er.t will then become the property of the gov­...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 27 October 1870

Chicago and Nortlvwcstcrn Kailway. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Night train leaves Chicago at....... .4:30.p. it. • And arrives at Ft. Howard at..... .7:00 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at., r.9:00 A. MJ , ?Arrives atJPt. Howard at.........10:80 p. M, ^KlghtPassenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:30 P. M. Arrives in Chicago at .5:30 A. M. Hail Passenger leaves Ft.*Howard at.7:00 A. H, Arrives in Chicago at......-.?... ...7:15P. «, Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at.. ..10:30 A. M Freight leaves Ft. Howard at..... .11:15 A. M, Tickets for all Eastern paints for sale by W. £. PEAK, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. ^Sturgeon Say Mall Arrangements* Southern and Eastern via Green Bay arrives \\yrery Tuesday and Friday at 12 M.,. and de­ parts every Tuesday^ and Friday at I P. M. Southern mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunee •arrives every Thursday at 6 P,* M. Departs ' every Friday at 6 A. M. . Fish Creek and Ephriam, arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 M. Departs Tuesdays and •IJfidars at .1 P. M. 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 — 27 October 1870

~ Some Bepnbllean Outrages. We wish Democratic journals, instead of all the while dealing & gloomy gener­ alities in respect to the outrages the Re­ publican party has committed, would set forth the facts so that everybody might understand them. According to the gloomy generalities referred to, there *iever was such a wicked party as the Re­ publican but inasmuch as this wicked- aess is all of a general, ill-defined nature .-we propose to go into the details of the and epecify som6 of the outrages c , which make the Republican party-worthy • the deep condemnation of-the public. No one who would not dispute against the •on will deny that for the following vicious, wicked, and -wrongful measures - *od deeds, the Republican party is respon- V able before the bar of the people: - - T h e h o m e s t e a d l a w . ™ : 2. The emancipation7 of . four slaves. 3. The suppression of a wicked rebel- • lion, in which was inciuded not onlyc vast military operations, but the maturing and...

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

VOLUME IX. • '2 • wii STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1870. '-tfflTi fit' '• ™jlr * NUMBER 25. POETRY, €!.* 2/T FAMILIAR. f BT JOHN O 8AXE. -AGAIN I hear that creaking stepl ] H«'B rapping at the door I i,Well Iknow the t {H Too well f know the boding sound £* V r That tushero in a bore »~ I do not tremble when I meet 1.-. .. The stoutest of my foes, Jf' y.But nehven defend me from the friend • **' y • Who comes—but never goes. tX • He drops into tny easy chair, £ rt' *! \\ And sake about the ne ws € i He peej» Into my manuscript, J^wes his candid views (,Y - tElls me where he likes the line, •1»: 7 '.. And where he's forced to grieve : \"e takes the strongest liberties— ':**• Birtiiever takes nis leave 1 *1* .'.He reads my daily papers through - is.* Before I've seen a word 12» is®® scans the lyric (that I wrote), = ?. .'An^Tthinkffit quite absurd . \\v-l calmly smcSkea my last cigar, 4 t Arid Coolly awks'for more \"Be opens everything he sees— . »*. Exce...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 3 November 1870

KKPCBMCAW EcoNoaair* When the Republican party ih 1868 ap- WIIAT OUR BEPPBMCAS COS- GKE!iS HAS iX.\\ J. Harris—EDITORS — Iff. ISswris. TPHUR8DAY NOVEMBER 3, 1870, '* ''f Republican Nominations, * : FOR MEMBER OP C0XGHES3 PHliETUS SAWYER, of WinneTbago. '• FOR SL'PT. OF tUBLIC INSTilUCTIO.V : j. ?'• - SAMUEL, FALLOWS. 1 v' ^ r F&r JfejnOer of AmmHy: Dr V?] STEBBINS, .OF' AIINEPEE. •ffl i :-'W l \"-WHAT SAWl'EK HAS KSSE FOSS CONGKESSMWAE, ©1ST. * The people of the Fifth- Congressional ^-District know well what Mr. SAWVEB has done for his constituents in the first four years he has been in Congress. Let us see what he has done for the people during the past session of Congress ending in July last. ^ -' FOX AND WISCONSIN IMPROVEMENT. We all know that he ha3 labored faith- fr,om the beginning to open up the navigation of the Fox and Wisconsin Riv- - cri from Green Bay to the Mississippi Riv er. For years past the States of Wiscon- sin and Illinois have each been striving to . _ Jndu...

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

School Statistics. We give the statistics of schools in the town of Nasewaupee which was. omitted last week, as the report had not then been made to the County Superintendent: . Chicago and Xortliwestern 2Sailway. SUMMER. ARRANGEMENT. Night train leave* Chicago atJ 4:30 p. jr. And arrives at'B't. Howard at.. 7:00 A. M. Mail'Passenger leaves Chicago at:. ..9:00 A. m. Arrives at Ft. Ho Ward at/. .10:30 p. sr. -^Nigbt.PasaeugeKle'aves Ft. How'd at 5:3p p. m. Arrive.s in Chicago at 5:30 A. m. MailP assengcr leaves Ft. Howard at .7:00 A. m. .•• Arriresin Chicago at...... ..- 7:15p. if.. Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at... .10:30 A. m. jjfreig^Jt leaves Ft. Howard at 11:15 .v. M. t Tiekefafof all Eastern points for sale by W. HL'I'EAK,\"Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. Sturgeoii Kay Ma|l Arrangements.1 . Southern and Eaat'rn 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 AJinepee and Kewaunee •arl'iycia eve...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 3 November 1870

•:^53^:'R SV itiijrfoM of the EepnMIcaa Party. C^pKEBAi Morgan, a Democratic nomir \"yt: M only in name, the object being accom­ plished for which they, were organized.\" The main object of the organization of the Unioft party, if we remember correctly, was to resctre the country permanently from the hands of the Democracy. So long as the Democratic party has a respectable minori- 1 ty in any State in the Union, the mission of the Kepublican or Union party is not completed. The Republican party, strictly . speaking,- was organized to prevent the De­ mocracy from forcing slavery upon the ter­ ritories, and the. Republican Union party was. formed to suppress a Democratic re­ bellion against the Government. In ac­ complishing these two objects, it emanci­ pated the slaves, incidentally, and then un­ dertook the work of enfranchising and ed­ ucating them, which work it is now suc­ cessfully accomplishing. Having prevented the ^ifreacl of, slavery, overthrown a four yeaife ^rebe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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