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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 30 March 1871

mm Chicago and Nortlnvestern Bail way. ovnw&tfr AUKAflUbU' Night trainleaves Chiengo_at. -And arrives at- Ft. Howard a SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. - — ....4:30 p. M. [ arrives at- Ft. Howard at..... .7:00 A, it. MiBrPassenger leaves Chicago at....9:00 A. v. ArriVeBatTt. Howard at........ .10:30 P. M. Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:30 P. u. 'Arrives in Chicago at........... .5:80' A. M. • Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard, at.7:00 A. M. Arrives in Chicago at...j........7:15 P. M. Freight arrives M 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. K. PKA«, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station^ Sturgeon Bay Mail Arrangements. Southern and Eastern via Green Bay arrives every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5 p. M.y and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Hatarday at ti A/H. -» . - . Soutliern mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunee arrives every Thursday, at 6 P. H. Departs every Friday at 6 A. M, \\F%sh Creek and JEphriam, a...

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 — 30 March 1871

KASBY. [Prom the Toledo Blade.} MB. HABBY HOLDS AN EXAMINATION OF JTOB CITIZENS OF THE COBNEBS, THAT F W MAY GIVE THE WORLD THE TRUTH AS TO THE ALLEGED OUTRAGES COM- ' SUITED BY THE KTJ-KLTJX IN THE VICINITY OE THE CORNERS.- • ' CONPKDMT X ROADS, ) • [Wich la In the State uv Kentucky,]v • March 12,1871. ) THE Corners hez bin agitatid recently, at the report which hez bin apred abroad that a committee wuz.agoin to visit us for the purpose uv investigatin the triflin matter . uv the killin uv & tew niggers and North- . -6rn white men in this part uv Kentucky. The Corners courts investigashen.— She hez ailiiz bin ez law-abidin ez could be ex- pectid under the circumstances under wich she hez bin placed, and hez no fears uv any fair inquiry, but for fear that wat hez bin done mite be misunderstood, ef evidence' shood be taken by a prejoodist committee, me and Deekin Pogram - de­ cided that I shood make uv myself a Court uv Eggsaminashen,- and report precisely the status uv affairs ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 6 April 1871

VOLUME IX. S\"1 • • • Poetry. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1871. NUMBER 47. . . A LEGEND OF TEE ORIENT. Tire master came one oventng to tlie gate ©fa fair city It wi' growing late, And sending his .disciples to buy food, J .He wandered forth intent on dolng'goocl, Aftwas hie wont. „,And*in t.VipjnarKet-place He saw a' crowd, close gathering in one space, _ Gazing wjth eager eyes npon the ground •i Jesus drew nearer, tad thereon he found • A noisome creature, a \"bedraggled wreck-1- , A dead dog with a halter round his neck. And those: who stood by m'scked tho object there, And one said scoffing, \"It pollutes the airl\" Another jeering, jsked, V How long to-night ' Shall such a miscreant car offend our sight y .'' Look at his torn hj.de,\" Sneered a Jewish wit, _ *' You, could not cuteven a shoe from It,1' \" And turned away.. \" Behold his ears that bleed,\" A fourth chimed in,11 an unclean wretch indeed 1\" 'He hath been hanged for thieving.\" they all . cried, i -...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 6 April 1871

BUSINESS CARDS. C I T Y N A 110 tl A L^B A H K fiREEN BAY, WIS. CONRAD KRUGER, I H. G.FREEM AN, President. | Cashier. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and R Tinware., tfturceon Bay, May 17th. TO. [II. HARRIS. Clerk Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Af t. : STCUGKWS BAY,. WISCONSIN\". Prompt attention given to paying'taxes for non-residents, making abstracts\" of titles, and redeeming lands sold for taxes. fg** Successor to Joseph Harris, Lund Agent. ATTORNEY AT LA TV, V : JOHN C: NEVILLE, 1)1 attend the Door .Connt.v Circuit Court regularly. Office on Washington St., Green Bav, IRsconsin. 40-tf.. _ R. Iff. WRIGHT, Oonnty Judge and-Superintendent of Schools for Door county. / Office in county buildinsr. ' Regular term of the'county co-irt on the first Monday of each month. Rcgular'office hours.of School-Super­ intendent from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.-ever}- Satur­ day. X \" . 9-3tf. - JOHN GARLAND. Notary Pnblic, Clerk of the County Board of Supervisors and Land. Agent.' AH busi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 6 April 1871

mm, Clilcago and NortHwestern Railway. 80XUE& AEBANGEHB.VT. Night train leares Chicago- at..... ...4:80 p, B. \"• And arrives at Ft. Howard at..... .7:00 x, H. Mail Passengerleaves Chicago at-,-.9:'00 A- Arrives at rt. Howard at..,.. ,10:B0.p. m. Night Passenger leases Ft. How d at 5:80 p, H. Arrives in Ohicagoat............... 5:80 A. H. •Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. Arrives in Chicago at....' 7:16 p. H. Freight arrives m Ft. Howard at... .10:80 A. M. Freight leaves Ft. Howardat..... ,11:15 A. M. Tickets for all Eastern points for sale by W. E. PEAK, Agent «t the Ft. Howard Station.JJ •Sturgeon Bay Mall Arrangements. .Soutfiemand Eastern via GreenBay arrives every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p. it., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 A. H. Southern- mail • via Ahnepee and Kewaunee Arrives every Thursday at 6 P. M. Departs every Friday at 6 A.M. FisTTVreek and JSphriam, arrives Mondays AND Fridays at 6 P. M. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 6 April 1871

Wz The Ku«Klnx Outrage* at the South. THE following is a synopsis of there- port recently submitted to the Senate at Washington by the majority of the com­ mittee appointed to inquire into the alleged outrages at the South. . . The committee state that- they were di­ rected by the resolution to ascertain \"whether the alleged crimes were coin- initted by bands of a political character, and whether the persons and property are se&ure in the Southern States. The com­ mittee have1 confined their labors princi­ pally to the State of North Carolina, from which they have examined 52 witnesses— 29 Republicans, 21 Democrats, two of no party, six members of the Ku-Klux, in­ cluding some of the most prominent mem­ bers of either party. TThe report gives the ffill history of the origin and growth of this organization which first appeared Ih some counties of the State as early, as 1807, and continues:. It is not necessary to cite from the evidence to show that an organiz­ ation itse...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 April 1871

idL-V-* V.-?'\" -•*— « 3 - -vr: -,v+ II. HARRIS. PHiblislier. FOR AMEKICAN UNITS' AGAINST ALL FOE§. TERMS : $1.50 a Yeki* VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1871. NUMBER 48. Poetry GOD BLESS TEE FARM. _ GODMem the farm—the dear old farm I God Mobs it evory rood, Where willing hearts and sturdy arm • . ^ Can-earn an honest ilvelih6od 1 Can ftom.tlic-poarse and fertile soil .... - !Wfn^'aclfft recompenBoTor tail. ' God bless the'meadow, field and nook, Bcgrimmed with faireet flowers, And cYery leaf that's gently shook • By evening breeze or summer showers God bless them all 1 each leaf 8 a gem la Nature's gojrgeoua diadem. • , The orchard that In early spring ' - •Blnslirich with fragrant flowers, : . Atid'wlth'iach autumn surely brings • • Their wealth offrult in golden showers t • Like pomegranates on Aaron's rod, A^miracle from Nature's God. . And Aiiy He hleSR thfr farmer's home, -' • ^Wiere^peace and plenty teigfrt ~ I*o iiapplerflpot 'neatli heaven's high ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 April 1871

BUSINESS CARDS. CI t Y^NATTOTA ITB A K K GREEN BAY, WIS. CONRAD BRFGER, I H. G.FREEMAN, President. | Cashier. W.H.WEAB. dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Tinware. \"tftHrgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. . [H. HABSISt Clerk Circuit Court, Land and. Insurance Ag't. STCBGEWTBAY, WISCONSIN*. • Fronrpt attention given to. paying taxes for non-residents, making abstracts of titles, and redeeming lauds sold for taxes. • |SgP\" Successorto Joseph Harris, Lund Agent. ATXOENET AT LAW. /. .JOHIfG. NEVILLE, ^ •\"ijl attend the Door Conntv Circuit* Court regttlarly. Office on Washington St., Green Bav, Wisconsin, 40-tf. - R. BI, .\"WRIGHT,- • Conner Judge and Superintendent of Schools for Door county., ' ' \"T—\" Office1 it'cdfanty building. .Jtegular term of Jin? connty court on the first Monday of cacfi ' month. Regular office hours of School Super- intendent from 8 a. to. to 4 p. m. every Satur­ day- ' 9-3lf. JOHN GARLAND. KotaTy,Public, Clerk of the County Board of 8upe rvjsors arid Lan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 April 1871

m® Clileago and Northwestern Hallway. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Sight train leaves Chicago at.,.. ....4:80 p. m. -'Andarrives %% Ft. Howard at..... .7:00 a. m. •f Moil Passenger leaves Chicago at... ,9:00 a. m. Arrives at Ft. Howard at........ .10:30 p. m. : Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:80 p. m. Airives in Chicago at....f........ ,5:30 a. m. . Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:t)0 a. u. Arrives in Chicago at... .7:15 p. m. ~ Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at.... 10:80 A. m. Frqigbtleavea Ft. Howard at.. . ... 11:15 a. m. ^r-—Tickets For all Eastern points far sale by W. E. Pbajc, Agent {it the Ft. Howard Station.] Sturgeon Bay Mail Arrangements. 'Southern and Eastern via Qreen 'JBay arrives every Monday,-Wednesday and Friday at 6 p. ., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. h. Southern mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunet •rt-ives every Thursday at 6 p. 'it. Departs . every Friday at 6 a. m. - Fish Creek ani JEphriam,. arrives Mondays ^ and Fridays at'6 p. h. Depar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 April 1871

_, j TheKu-Klnx. - question lias become very Beriofts. Before the war a citizen of the ttpHJniteaBtates, who believed in the Declaration of Independence, and said so, was outlawed, harried, and liable to be murdered in half the country. It -was safer for a free-tongued American who held to the rightful equality of all men, to travel inCentral Africa than in.South Car- • olina under the flag of the United States. Now that the war is ended, no Conspicu- . ous Union man, and no colored citizen who takes an active and positive position . in sympathy with the Union, is safe from assault or murder in a large part of the -old slave States. If he complains, he is told that the local courts are. opeiilto_himr If he replies that the mob holds the, courts, and that he has the same protection that the Abolitionists in the interior of Missis­ sippi had against slavery assassins fifteen years ago, he is told that he has the ballot, andhe must right himself at the polls. If he replies that the mo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 April 1871

Door Co - Advocate. SUPPLEMENT. LAWS OF WISCONSIN. [Published March 10,1871.] CHAPTER 62—GENEBAL. AN ACT to amend chapter 141 of ihe general laws of 185P, entitled \"an act relating to transcripts of Justices' Judgments.\" The people oi the state ol JVisconsin, represented In senate and assembly, do enact as follows : Bection I. Section 1 of chapter 141 ol the gen- -lavs of 1858, entitled \"an act relating to trans- • cMpte of justices- Judgments,\" is hereby amended •0 as to read as follows: \"Section 1. In all ca­ ses when execution upon Justices' judgments has been or shall be stayed, the Justice in giving trans­ cripts of such judgments shall state in such trans­ cripts the feet that \"execution was stayed, and the same of the person who entered into the recogni­ zance lor that purpose and upon such transcript being-filed in the office of the clerk of the circuit court as provided by any law of this state, It shall be tho duty of such clerk to enter such judgments as well ag...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 April 1871

' [Published March 81,1871.] : '' CHAPTER 161—GENERAL. ' AN ACT relative to,proceeding against \"garnish­ ees. The people ot the state of Wisconsin, represented In Berate andassembly, do enact asfolloWs : faction !. In air cases In the courts of this •tlte'Whcn an affidavit is required for the purpose of.procuriijg any person or corporation to be sum­ moned, notified or charged as garnishee, the per- SoiiniHkirig such affidavit shall state therein, that the'pr^erty, money, credit, effects or indebted­ ness mentioned in such affidavit, are to the knowl­ edge or belief of the person jnaking'such affidavit not by law exempt f rom seizure or sale upon at­ tachment or execution. . Sec.'2. In ail cases when a summons or notice-is required to be served Upon any person or corpora- tloai to summon, notify or charge such person or corporation as garnishee in any action pending in the courts of this state, a copy of such sommons cr'notice shall be served on the defendant in such action wi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 April 1871

^Published AprU 1 1871.] * VJHAPTEH 147—GENERAL or persons in possession of or claiming such prop- ' erty or owing such demands, debts or claims: pro- ' tided, that any court in which each actions may be AN ACT to secure a proper guardianship forchil- cHu-for the^t^Meiti110'1 gnardian t0 givo 60\" ton in the^MJdiettuorpfisto homo, and lor ^'i^fore^n ^'armau shall allege in other purposes. - , the complftint in HUCB action that he hds flied an orphans' home, alter the first day of September of quired.unleES the delendant shall by affidavit or by this year, shall become the wards of the state.. an allegation contained in the answer to such com- Sec. 2. The state board of charities and reform plaint, verified in the manner now required by 8hall .by .virtue of their office as a etate board, be law, deny such allegation. • tho legal guardians of all children who may be in- Sec. 3.'- This act shall take effect and be in forw mates of the soldiers'orphans'home after the first from and alte...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 13 April 1871

[Published March 6,1871.] CHAPTER 40—GBBERAL. AH ACT to amend chapter nineteen of the gen- r«r»l laws of 1870, entitled \"an act to regulate , pthe rn.ithig of railway trains in certain cases.\" lie peopie'of^tho state of\" Wisconsin, repreiented tn ser to and assembly, do enact aa follows: Bectu.:: 1. Section one of said chapter 1b-hereby a mendeueo as Unread as follows: Section 1. Ev- •s ry trn-.c of passenger care drawn by one or more 0 eomouves upon any railway track within this J to te shall come to a roll stop before crossing or Q nnlr.yupon any draw bridge overa stream which s regularly navigated by vessels propelled by • team, daring the season when such stream Is so * at ed lor navigation and the use ofsuch draw is . ceesary for the: passage,of boats,' vessels .and ' t h er crafts.navigatlng tne waters of such ' stream,' t a distance from such bridge of not more than \"tlx hundred feet. Sec. S. Section two of said chapter is hereby. . ' mended so as to read as follows: Se...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 20 April 1871

VOLUME IX. Yoetry. .. r _ THE MESSENGER. BY ELLA. WHEELER. SHE RO^e up hi Uie early dawn AnasPhlta and silently she moved- About the bouse: Four men had eono the land they loved: J?. . she, the mother and the wife, . Waited rot-tidings from the strife. How still the house seemed and lier tread bqunded like footsteps of the dead. \" ' *tThe ]ong day passed. The dark night came. She had not seen a human face. . Borne voice spoke suddenly her name. /— How loud it B.ounded, in that place . i » Where day on day. no sound was heard X But liter own footsteps. \" Bring you word \" . 9rtcd t0 whom she could not seo— - Word from the battle-plain to me?\" •K soldier entered at the door, Andstood within the'dim 11 relight. I hring you tidings of the four,\" He said,\" \"who left you for the light? 'God bless you, friend l\" she cried, \"speak.on! ^ior I can bear it. One is gone?11 ^yl one is gone!\" he said. '\"Which one?\" 'Dear lady—he, yonx eldest son \" t A deathly, palor shot across .Her ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 20 April 1871

C I T Y N A T I O N A L B A N K GBUKS RAY, WIS. tJONRAjP KRtTGRR, - President. H.G.FREEMAN, • Cashier. J. HARRIS-— Editors—H. HARRIS. W. 15. WEAB. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and l Tinware.. ^Sturgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. ill. II.VRKIS, Clerk Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Ag't. STURGEW,* BAT, WISCONSIN*. Prompt attention piven to paying taxes for hon-residents,,milking abstracts of titles, and redeeming lands sold for taxes. ' ' IT Successor ta JosejiJi Harris, Liind Agent. AXTO!lXEÂ¥ AT I,AW. ' \" JOHN C: NEVILLE, \"'111 attend the Door County Circuit Court regularly. Office on Washington St., Green Bnv, Wisconsin. . ' 40-tf. It. IW. WttlGHT, County Judge and Superintendent of Schools for Door county.- .Office in county building. Regular term of the county court on the first .Monday of each month. Regular office hours of School Super­ intendent from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. everv Satur­ day. - . *9-8tf. JOHN GABL Vm Notary Public, Clerk of the County Board of Superv MO...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 20 April 1871

p*^ Cbieago and Northwestern Hallway. 8UMMF.lt ARRANGEMENT. Righttrain lcavcs Chicago at . .4:80 p. M. arrives at Ft. Howard at.'.....7:00 A. M. KttH passenger leaves Chicago at....9:00 A. if. ' 'Aftives at Ft. Howard at .10:30 P. M. ' Nigbt'Passeuger leaves Ft. How'd at SiSO P. it. Atf iveain Chicago at........ .5:30 A. «. Won! 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. 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 mall 'Arrangements, Southern and Eastern via Green Bay arrives every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afr o p. X., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 A. . JSovthern. mailvia Ahnepee and Kewaunee arrives every Thursday at 6 p. u.\" Departs every Friday at 6 A. M. V Fish Creek awl Ephriam, arrives Mondays and Fridays at 0 p. M. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays nt 6 A. H. * . B...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 20 April 1871

SAN DJMTOO. . The Report of tlie Commissioners Sab* »'•• mlttflrt to C ongress-Message of tl*e President Accompany- . tog tlio Docnmcnt. WASHINGTON, April 5. The following is the President's message trans­ mitting the report of the San Domingo Commis­ sioners to tlie Senate and House of Kcpresenta- tivea. „ MESSAGE. To the Senate and IIoi.se of Representatives: I have the honor to' submit-herewith to the two houses of Congress the report of the Commis­ sioners appointed in puretfance of the joint reso- lntlon approved Jan. 32,^1871. ^it will be observed, that'this report more thaw sustains all that I have .heretofore said in regard to the productiveness and healthfalness of the Republic\" of San Bomln- §le o, the unanimity of the people for annexation to United States, and their peaceable character. It is due to the public, as .it certainly is to my- • self, that I should hero glvo all the circumstances which first led to the negotiations of the treaty \" for the annexation of ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 27 April 1871

VOLUME IX. STURGEON BAY,' WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1871. ^AHONIRASr PODGE. - • - A2DONXBAM PODGE was lank and lean ,— ' , Aa awithered up Btalk of corn: i w a s a a s o l e m n a s e v e r . w a s s e e n ^]»WfjRtf.#6ys.wneii Adam was born. • - » «*ea.on a. farm on the edge of town, •- i!rt**W^r$.mM08ed toTceep oahislfcgB . ^ meney and Baiting it down ... : \" When -he Bold Ins butter and eggs. • ^P?? Wfts aa long as a piece of chalk, \" ~ k j1?i?oyes were Iittleand gray . -iP ue j' .,vJlCn opened his mouth to talk, • And twitched in an'awkward way. , His yoipe .was sharp aa a Bteel-roring trap, And. his head was minus of hair , -•? my, *!-?,?-®re^ ?f llP .with an. old fuivcap . ,r? TbatTiifl grandfather used to wear. - •Adoniram Podgtfgot a liberal'pice muQJ the track that he took to town The top of his measure was always nice, 5 pkM\"5W. deeperdown:' • • * . ,^Ajjd.his wood was _str4ight on the top o/i Ms load, Ana crooked and gnarled b'eltfw1 / But the heavier part, on ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 27 April 1871

BUSINESS CARDS. C I T Y N A T I O N A L B A N K GREEN BAY, WIS. COKRADKRUGER, President. H.G.FREEMAN, Cashier. J. HA RJRIS•— Editors—If. HARRIS. W. M. WE AD. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions md \\ Tinware. Sturgeon Bay,' Slay 17th. vol !H. HARRIS. Clerk Circuit Court, Land and, Insurance Af t. . STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN. Prompt attention given to paving taxes for non-residents, making abstracts\"of titles, and redeeming lands sold for taxes. W Successor to Joseph Harris, Land Agent. ATTORNEY AT J,AW. JOHN C. NEVILLE, l^ifl attend the Door' County Circuit Court \\ rfegulaHv. Office on Washington St., Green Bav, TFisconsin. ... 40-tf. R. Itt. WRIGHT, County Judge and Superintendent of Schools for Door county. ,Office in county building. Regular term of 4foe county court on the first Monday oF each month. Regular office hours of School Super­ intendent frdjn 8 a. m, to 4- p. m. every Satur 4*7- ' 9-3lf. JOBW GAULAND. Kotary Prtblrc, Clerk of tht County Board of Supervisors an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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