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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 10 August 1871

CO. ADVOCATE. Chicago aud Northwestern Hallway. . .4:30 P. ji. ..7:00 a.M. . .9:00 a. sr. . .10:30 P. M. SUMMER AUKA.NGEMEST. Night train leaves Chicago at..... * And arrives at Ft. Howard at... Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at. Arrives atlTt. Howard at • • Night Passenger lcavcs-Ft. How d at 5:30 p. »i. 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. 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 Grtm Bay arrives 'every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 0 p. «., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. m. Southern. mail via Ahnepee and Kc-wavntt arrives ever.y Thursday at 6 p.m. Departs every Friday at 6 a m. Fish Creek ani Ephriam, arrives Mondays and Fridays at 6 p. m. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 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 — 10 August 1871

The Failnre of the New Departure. tinued Democrats, but they indignantly i fuse to belong to a mere Irish party, w THE new departure of a political party can hardly be called succcssfulif the whole party does not depart. A new departure is otherwise a mere seism and such the movement of Mr. Vallandigham and his friends must now be considered. It has divided the party instead of uniting it. It has been nowhere, not even in Ohio, where it was proposed, received with una­ nimity and enthusiasm, while it has elicit­ ed the most positive protests from able leaders. At the Tammany performance it was, indeed, urged by Mr. John Quincy Adams, who is, however, a chartered liber­ tine in the party which he has recently joined and he is the same gay Mentor who, in one of his many epistles to the brethren, advised his new love, the Demo­ cratic party,\" to begin by being Democratic, which was very much as if heiad advised \"the Neponset Kiver to flow the other way. The Democratic party has n...

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 — 17 August 1871

t A * ' * ' * • ' : •: i O'i . . •' - ' i - - • A ' O - . ' K - . V ,. 1 •x:-: , ' * . ' { , 1 1 3 . . • / 1. , nm .• =• .., • • - * 'HARRIS,Publisher. FOR AMERICAN UXITY'AGAINST Ali£ FOES. TEEMS : $1.50 a VOLUME X. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1871. NUMBER 14. Miscellany. KIT CARSON'S RIDE BY JOAQUIN MILLER. •RtjFd Now you bet yon I rather guess so. Bat he's blind as a badger. Whoa, Pachc, boy, -• whoa. • No, you wouldn't think so, to look at his eycss But he-is badeor blind, and it happened this wise: We lay in the grasses and the sunbnrnt clover Jhat spread' on the ground liku, a great brown cover Northward and southward and west, and away To the Brazos, to where our lodges lay. One broad and unbroken sea of brown, Awaiting the curtains of night to como down, To cover us.over and conceal our flight With my brown biide, won from air Indian town That lay In the rear the full ride of a niyht. 4 ' We lounged in tho grasses—her eyes were on , mine, And her hands on m...

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 — 17 August 1871

BUSINESS CARDS. I I'M HI W C I T Y R A T I O N f t L B A N K OBEEBf SiY, WIS. , CONRAD KRUGER, — President.' H, G. FREE MAN, Cashier. XV. H. WEAD. Oealer in 'Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and I Tinware. ^Sturgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. • 'XI. HAKBIS. \" Clerk Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Ag't. STDRGECXV BAT, WISCOXSI.V. -i Prompt attention given to paying taxes for «dn-residents, making abstracts of titles, and redeeming lands sold for tfixes. 1ST\" Successor-to Joseph Harris, Land Agent. . ATTORNEY. AT liAW. - JOHN C. NEVILLE, '\"'ill attend the Door County Circuit Court regularly. Office on Washington St., Green Bav, Wisconsin. 40-tf. B.M. WRIGHT, Conner 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. every Satur­ day. , 9-Stf. tiAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE. . B. GBAYES. • C. L. HARRIS. GRAVES &...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 17 August 1871

Chicago and Northwestern Hallway. R SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ' •Wighttrain leaves Chicngo at........4:3(5\"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. M. Night Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:80 p. M. ' Arrives in Chicago at .5:30 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. \" Arrives in Chicdcjo at... 7:15 p. M. Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at 10:30 AT M. Freight leaves Ft. Howard at 11:15 A. M. Tickets for all Eastern points for sale by W. • E. PBAK, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. Sturgeon Bay Mail Arrangements. Southerriand Eastern via Green Hay arrives every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 P. - M., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 M. • Southern- mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunet arrives every Thursday at G P. M. Departs - every Friday at 6 A. M. Fifth Crick an4 Ephriffm, arrives Mondays ..•and Fridays at6 P.M. Departs Tuesdays and 'Saturdays at G A. M. . Bailey...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 17 August 1871

A STORY OF LOYE. BOW A SLAVS WON HIS WIFE. MBS. BTOWE made her reputationfronx the great mine of romantic truths which surrounds so many-ijfTIitf colored race. The future novelist will draw upon these simple annals of the once down-trodden, but now emancipated people as the his­ torians of the Pentateuchs have drawn upon the exodus from bondage of the children of Israel. Year after year -Robert Jackson has been the second waiter at the Union, and the head waiter at Congress Hall, but the careless crowds have not known that through his, veins courses the proudest \"Virginian blood. Robert is a small, well- mado quadroon, fashioned, perhaps, in about the same mold as Stephen A. Douglas, for his head closely resembles hat of the Little Giant. His grandfather was General Harry Lee, of revolutionary, light horse cavalry fame and his mother was a slave woman, named Jenney, a maid of Mrs. Lee. Soon after the birth of William Jackson, the head waiter's father, Jenney was sold to Col. Stewa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 24 August 1871

H. HABRIS, Ftiblislier. FOR AMERICAN UNITY AGAINST A£L FOES. TERMS: $1.50 a Year, VOLUME X. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1871. Poetry. . • DAWN AND SUNDOWN. ' BT MtlilE \\T. CABPEHTEB. Tan rain 1b drifting down again .:It sweeps acrora the ro e-pinklawn, It tremblea o tlie window pane, - _ And round the hill its veil la drawn. . Oh, cold and long the day will be No light, no warmth,it brings to me For yon, my love! my loVel to day • Walt la the oweet South far away.. How wait you! In some grassy place, Beneath an arch of bowery trees, A emits upon your upturned face ,. Your hands clasped idly on your knees? My lovel my lovel the day Is dark Th-- rain Is dull and cold and hark! • The wind is up: I hear the sea That separates you. dear, from me. What happy sun shines in your eyes? - Wnat flowers i f France about you bloom? What rare sequestered beauty lies _Par In the low hills' purplish g.oom? \" m 0 garden leaves about me fall. The vines hang loosely on the wall ' ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 24 August 1871

BUSINESS CARDS. C I T Y N A T I O N A L B A N K GBEEN BAY, WIS. CONRAD RRUGER, I H. G.FREEMAN, President. J Cashier. DOOR CO. M0CAT1. J. HARKlS-Editors-lI. BIAKItlS. W. H. WE AO. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and I'.Tinware. SturgeonBay, Mny 17th. TO. H. HARRIS. Clerk Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Atft. STCKGEM BAY, WISCONSIN. Prompt attention siren to paying faxes for non-residents, making abstracts of titles, and redeeming lands sol'5 for taxes. Successor to Joseph. Harris, Land Agent. ATrOBNEY AT UW. JOHN C. NEVILLE, •'ill attend the Door County Circuit Court regularly. Office ou Washirfgton St., Green Bav, Wisconsin. 40-tf. B. M. WRltJHT, r~~ Cotinfy Judge and Superintendent of Schools for Door county. OJBce in county building. - .Iiegular_tcrm of the county court on the first Monday of each month. Regular office hours of School Super­ intendent from 8 o. m. to 4- p. m. every Satur­ day. 9-3tf. ZJLW AND COLLECTION OFFICE, O. B. GRAVES. C. L. HAITUIS. GRAVES &a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 24 August 1871

CltlCogo and Northwestern Railway. S0MSRKR 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 atTFt. Howard at . .10:30 p. M. Night Passenger leaves Ft. Ilow'd at 5:30 p. u. 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. Frciffht arrives IQ 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 Gi^en Bay arrives every Monday, Wednesday and'Friday at 0 p. and departs every Tuesday] Thursday and Saturday at 6 A. M. V Southern. mail via Ahnepee and'Kewaunee arrives every Thursday at} 6 P.M. T)eparts every Friday at 6 A. M. •\" Fish. Creek and Ephriam, arrives Mondays and Fridays at6p. ,it. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 A. M. . Baileys Harb...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 24 August 1871

Hu-KIux Diabolism, \" \\ THE Congressional committee investi­ gating the Ku-Kfux villainy—a sub com , . mittee in Wash'n.jton and another aub- committee in South Carolina—have now been in daily session more than two ' months, and have had before them many scores of.witnesses from all sectionsof the : late insurrectionary States, men of both high and -humble station-rpresiding eld­ ers, preaqhers, ex-members of the Fed­ eral Congress • and ex-members of the Confederate Congress, ex-generals of both armies, governors, ex-governors, judges, solicitors, sheriff*. revenue officers, officers of the army, postmasters, school teasers, • Tepentant and non repentant members of Ku-Klux Klans, and dozens of their maimed and suffering victims, black and .white. . _ And what has this patient and thorough investigation established, and established beyond all future cavil and question ? These atrocious facts: . , 1. That in all the late insurrectionary States, and generally diflused, though not ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 31 August 1871

VOLUME X. Poetry. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1871. f .• / • UNDER' THE S TARS. -'RVV AS on a cloudless summer night - The inbon tUrew down bur radiant light: The rlvor rats, a silver thread, / vBoaide the curving road that led _ . Aro.und the hills—with laugh and song, ! --A merry ciowd, we drove along. \" i ' i B-side me sat—you know—a friend My gaz . toward the starrs did tend: How bright I1!said. lie answered \"Yea­ rn? b»gKt aB stars!\" Bat. dear, you guess • Tha- while for rae tta stars di-i shine His eyes looked lercl ihto mine. Just then, from blue moonlighted spaco A 8t4r dropped all its shining race ^Looked after it and blinked away \" • 111 carelpss wonder: \" Quick, 1 pray, • ^nd wish,\"beforo it falls,\" I cried. . 'I've wished,\" he quickly,replied. But what he wished he would not tell - Although i teased him—\" All the spell W ere broken if th s might be told Bat when again the scattered gold Should sprinkle all tho heavenly blue, „^g'd tell me, an...

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 — 31 August 1871

BUSINESS CARDS. CITY RATIONAL B A N K GBEEN BAÂ¥, WIS CONRAD KRUGER, | H. G.FREEMAX, President. | Cashier. W. H. V.'Ii lD. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and HpTinware. (Sturgeon Bay, May 17th. v5. DOOR GO. ADVOCATE. • 5 : ' • •' H. IIAKUIS. Cleric Circuit Court, Land, and Insurance Aft. SrtiROKc-v BAT, WISCONSIN\". Prompt attention given to paying taxes for BoD-residents, making abstracts of titles,, and redeeming lands'sold for taxes. B0T Successor to Joseph Harris, Lund Agent. ATTORNEY AT LAW. . JOHN C. NEVILLE, ***111 attend the Door County Circuit Court regularly. Office on Washington tit., Green Bav, Ifjsconsin. 40-tf. B. SI. WRIGHT, County Judge and Superintendent of. Schools For Door conntv. Office in county building. Regular term of •the county court on the first Monday of each pionth. Regular office hours of School Super­ intendent from 8 a. m. to 4 p.-m. every Satur­ day. ' 9-3tf. IiAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE. O. B. GRAVES. . — C. I,. HA11IUS. GRAVES & HAR...

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 — 31 August 1871

Chicago and Northwestern Railway. 80KMKK 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... .9:00 A. M. Arrives at Ft. Howard at 10:80 P.M. Slight Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:30 p. M. Arrives in Chicago at. 5:30 A.M. Mml Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A. M. Arrives in Chicago at . 7:15 p. H. Freight arrives M Ft. Howard at....10:30 A. M. Freight leaves Ft. Howard at 11:15 A. M. Tickets for all Eastern points Tor sale by W. , E. PKAK, Agent at the Ft. .Howard Station. Sturgeon Bay Mall Arrangements. Southern and Eastern via Green- Day arrives every Monday, Wednesday and Friday- at 6 p. v., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 A. M. Southern, mail via Ahnepee and Kewaunee arrives every Thursday at 6 P.'M. Departs every Friday at 6 A. M. \" . 4 Fish Creek and Ephriam, arrives Mondays •nd Fridays at 6 p. M. Departs Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 A. U. Baileys Harbor, arrives ever...

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 — 31 August 1871

r Senator Morton at St* Louis. V \" St. Lorxs, August 16.' • Senator Morton, of Indiana, spoke hereto-night to one of the• largest au­ diences ever congregated in St. Louis. Hon. Henry T. Blow presided, and the platform was filled with the most promin­ ent • Republicans in the city. Quite a number of ladies were present. During the day Senator Morton was called upon by Senator\"Schurz, Governor Brown, and many other prominent and distinguished citizens. Mr. Blow introduced the speaker with a few remarks in reference , to the coming struggle for President, giving a few of the most prominent characteristics Of the Republican and Democratic parties, and laying much stress upon the importance of the approaching contest. • Mr.: Morton opened by referring to his visit to St. Louis, in thfe early part of the war, in behalf of some Indiana regiments, and then passed on to ihe subject of his address by saying : I am a Republican, and belong to that party because 1 believe its principles ar...

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 — 7 September 1871

VOLUME X. Poetry. CALEB AND RUTH. UNCLE (3AI/EB and Ruth, his,wife, Caring little for outside weaUier, Fifty years of thoir wedded life - Spent In. this tiny house together. Mossy the roof and gray the wall, Narrow the window, low the doors Bot lore's .own sunlight hallowed it all, From raftered ceiling to landed floor Silent to-day: irat silver sweet Voices of children long ago. Keeping time with their restless feet, • Followed the mother to and fro. Bettered afar from East to West, HeeMng their fortunes fat and wide j Noone stayB in the olden nest, _ JYVJiere such beautiful memories hide. Caring naught for tiie the desolate pain . Or 'the wind in the pine tree tops,4 . . Cartng naught for the grieving rain That BO sadly over them drops. Heeding as little, the sunbeam's kiss Falling sweet from the Summer sky* In a narrower house than this Caleb and Ruth together lie. Up .where the many manslonawslt, Is there, I wonder, a cottage small— Not too stately its pearly gate. Not too shini...

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 — 7 September 1871

BUSINESS CARDS. n in'ii a iimffifcWtrfff^TfrttfHW BEEtt C I T Y N A T I O N A L B A N K 6BEEN-BAT, WIS. CONRAD KRUGER, t * President H.G.FREEMAN, Cashier. XT. H. WE4B, Dealerjn Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions find 4 Tinware. Sturgeon Bay, May 17th. ,v5. II. HARRIS. fieri Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Aft. ' -STCTIGEOT BAY, WISCONSIN. Prompt attention given to paying taxes for _ non-residents, making abstracts of titles, and redieeminglauds soid for taxes. j& • \"\"\"* Successor to Joseph Harris, Jpnd Agent. ATTORNEY AT IIAW. JOHNC. NEVILLE, •\"itl attend the Door Conntv Circuit Court regularly. Office on Washington St., Green H#T, Wisconsin. 40-tf. ' R. 51. AVRICIKT, County Judge and Superintendent of Schools for Door county. Office in county building. Regular term of the connty covrt on the' first Monday of each month.. Regular office hours of School Super­ intendent from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m, every Satur­ day. , \"0-3tf. LAW AND COLLECTION OFPICS, O. B. GBAVfcS. •—— C. X.....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 7 September 1871

i imi^ iihrniuft ii. imiii 4 Chicago and Northwestern Railway. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, fit train leaves Chicago at........4:30 p. M. ind arrives at Ft. Howard at.. ....7:00 A. M. Mail Passenger leaves Chicago at....9:00 A. M. • Arrives at Tt. Howard at .10:30 p. a, -'Wight Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5:80: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. Sturgeon Bay Mail Arrangements. . Southern and Eastern via Green.Bay arrives •every Monday, Wednesday and Fridnv at t p. M., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 A. M. , ' Southern- mail via Afmepee and licicaunet Arrives every. Thursday at 6 P. m. Departs ^VERY Friday at 6 A.M. « Fish Creek and Ephriam, arrives Mondays and Fridays at 6 P. m. Departs Tu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 7 September 1871

• m m Counsel Extraordlnary. IT ia hard te believe that gentlemen can ©all themselves Republicans who advise the Republican party in Ohio and Penn- sylvania to \"permit the' elections to go by default\" for the Democrats this year,so as to secure the defeat of General Grant as the Republican candidate next year. The reasoning is that the Democrats will be 80 elated that they will throw off the mask of the new departure, while the Republi­ cans will be so dismayed that they will take any candidate rather than the Presi­ dent The candidates suggested are Mr. Trumbull or Mr. Evarts against Mr. Hendricks or Mr. Groesbeck, and if we can not elect them, we}are comforted with the thought that defeat with them will be \"dignified, if not glorious.\" How it can be dignified for Republicans to al­ low the party of which Tammany Hall is the chief organization to take possession of the national government, or glorious for Republicans to secure the defeat of . the Republican party, we do not...

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 — 14 September 1871

. . . • - ... \"\" \" •r • •- - * * -• v '.-r.' [Publisher. FOR AMERICAN IWITTX'-AGAINST ALL FOES. TERMS: $1.50 a Year. , VOLUME X. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1871. NUMBER 18.. Poetry. V IN THE LANE, ». • yjBY CELIA TUAXTBB. , Br S^ttega walls the lilacs blow L spikes of perfame stand and sway *' open casements, where all day r The warm wind waves them to and lro. Out of the shadow of the door, _ •, - Into the go den morning air,_ Comes one who makes the day more fair And summer sweeter than before. The apple-blossoms might have shed Upon her cheek the bloom so rare ' The sun has kissed her bright brown hair, Braided about her graceful head. Lightly betwixt the lilacs tall , , She passes,—through the garden gate, Across the road,—and stars to-wait . A moment by the orchard wall And then in gracious light and shade, Beneath the blossom-laden trees, 'Midjsong of birds and hum of bees She stays, unconscious, unafraid. Till swiftly o'er the gTasey space ' \" • Com...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 14 September 1871

BUSINESS, CARDS. C I T Y N A T I O N A L B A N K GREEN BAY, WIS. CONRAD KRUGER, I H. G.FREBJfA^ 'President. I- • Cashier. DOOR CO. JT. IIAJlKIS-Editors-lI. W. H. WEAI). Pealer in 'Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and t Tinware. \"jStur^eon Bay, May Itfth. *-5. Iff. 51 ARRIS. Clerk Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Aft. STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIX. - Prompt attention given to paying taxes for non-residents,, making abstracts' of titles, and redeeming lands sold for taxes. Successor to Joseph Harris, Land Agent. ATTORNEY AT LAW. -JOHN C. NEVILLE, •\"iff attend the Door Conntv Circuit Court regularly. Office on Washington St., Green Bav, TFiseonsin. 40-tf. R. Iff. WRISHT, County Judge and Superintendent of Schools for Door county. p Office in county building. Regular term of the conntv court on the first Monday of each month. Regular office hours of School Super­ intendent fro til 8 a. m.. to 4 p. m. every Satur­ day- s 9-3tf. LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE. O. B. ORAVES. C. L. IIAKRIS. GBAYE...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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