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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 19 October 1871

twmssaas^m m i J ~ f j | • * «- - • . • . v . , , \\ o n l y t o E n b w . Only to see yftur. face againt L Only to touch your hand ' Only to bear yonr voice again, - Ere I (*o fo the eflent land !?': Oaly to know yon will one day see, - r s-i rWShen the -ran ia sinking layr, • . f ^5j^y aook, near a sunlit brook, .5 _Where the soft winds come and go. Only to know you willihinlt one day, « .^?2ngh Pever the'thought you tell, •^h l for a lovo that I .threw away: rjh6ono who loved mo well. Only to know that an old pad song, A Bound of a breez&-bonio chime, Tour heart takes back with a faint regret Toafar off, happy time To a time that seems like a sweet life-gone, - Never to come again '--Ana tie after-yeaJs^ and my own sad tears, Are all that now remain! think—ah !:many a day— - •th&nghUcvorUie' tliotight I'tell, \" \" Ah t for a lovo that I threw away For, oh!,rlovedyotf tfell 1!! EUGENIE INTERVIEWED. Onwiption of the Ex-^nccn of Fashion ShfebDy: Alpaca DresS—Story- of H&a...

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 — 19 October 1871

groat. Outside cilics\"arp,fi)rj'unalclj,senl- ing ifijof tbeif abundance, and: ij^s^sobh^ilo )liit Vtifft.-niriiit rpliff will h(i fii Virtfitlii.' 1'Im Clil^a^^Sjirt^esitjij Jlallwby. \\T\\ -«OJfMEU AtUtANGEMENT. Night tr&tn leavefliiChic : go at.'...'.,, i_.4:SO IK ji. • 'Aod.ar(}TM^t~F^j^6v^ard gfepv, tfibo A -M. Moll \" Arrivc&it:Et,/Hdw#iat.'.v... ,ll*:80?i. ti . Right Pa^fiugor leaves Ft. Ilow'dat.oiSO p. m. * .JLrr&MftfG&ei^Mi-i* - • - .'v.'.-5:SQ, Avir.\": Mail tol^rtger JettVea Ft. Howard at T 00 A.'-jt. Arrives .fn Chi c ago «t .^'.loT*. h. Freight^rive^WKt.-Iloward at., j .'10 30 At m. FrcightioaycsFt.'Howtirdat,..... 11:15 a.:m. Ticketafor^BjEaslSf^poin^fo • E. Howard £ta$ib».' i • • • • StursP-on Kay Mnil Arrangements. Somcirk and EaUern yX& Green, /fey arrives every Monday, \"Wednesrlay and Friday at' 6 r. it., artd'^eparte'everyV.Tuesday, Thursday 'and Saturday int o v. m. * : Southern mail via Ahnqtte. and Kewanvt liarrivBB'bvbry Thursday at:...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 26 October 1871

xC^s- A\\ A./ 2,\\£r£^2-£f v. V' \\C \\ .\"sr.-.-- I ' HL HAEEIS, Publidier. For American Unity Against All Foes. TEEMS: $1.50 a Tear. . •A'VBMIE X. -u.S'rw - -1 •.. STURGEON BAY, WIS,, OCTOBER 20, 1871 Number 24. JTk iatABBis-^~EdItors-~-lf. H&BRIS. ' STURGEON BAY, OCTOBER 28, 1871. We trust that as many Republicans in the county as possible will cast their votes on election day for the straight Republican ticket. • I^JC PETTENGILL c6 CO. : '6'i ZX Park Row, New Torh, ''' ' • '' ~ —ANb—' \\ \" \" • - 'tiffl: p.. SO WELL £ CO., * 40 Park Row, New Torh, oor »o& Agents in that city, and are au- 'i~ifeorized to contract for advertising at' our ' ltoirtat rates. t K E P I J B L I 0 A1J HOMDTATIOm ' 5 : . • • • . , \" F O t t G O V E R N O R 5 ^C.'C.WASISSSU of&a Crosse fOftUButi qovernob: JUfaujTON H. PETxi'iy of Kenosha. . - FOR 8B0*T OP state : JU.*WEI.TN mVEESF, of Colombia. \" ' V J FOB STATE TBEASURSa: ' ' iBdK^iHY BJETZ, of Manitowoc. ^)r., ,,,TOB ^Topxar GBNEBAi:...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 26 October 1871

T H 6 j N E W S . At Homo. • . •' ''• • THE Livonlswon the yacht race on Thure- •: 4»y. :•• •- '• : %'£j»cke'8 comet wae seen at New Haven, on ,. Edday night last. , r ' !'-lisABi7 200.000 sheep browse on the elopes of. the Calaveras Mountains. GEN. SHEEMAN is on a visit to -the Hon. Thomas Ewlng, who is reported to be serious^ ' y f f i . • • ' • ' \" ~ • ' . jrWo mills of the Oriental Powder Company, aCGambo Falls, Gorham, Me., blew upon jiiday afternoon. • pAMBXos & Co., of Wall street, who suspended m New York Tuesday, have paid in foDand resumed. J *:,' Auinjunotion has been granted against the -Irving Fire insurance Company, and \"SI. J. .' Crow is appointed receiver. •QUITE A severe shock of earthquake waBfelt at Augusta, Me., Thursday afternoon, lasting ten or twelve minutes., : A BPAMBH infantry regiment hafe just been \" armed with theUerdan rifle. The people of = jjeW Jersey ought to feel proud ~ . , I' :THE Massachusetts Insurance Commissioner has called upon all ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 26 October 1871

The Modern School-Girl. \\ JSSRJST F. \" What do you go to school for V I really must think awhile. t All through the long school-hours \\Ve,whl£per, we laugh, and wewmile. We write little note « to eaoh other At recess vro elan t\" and chat .But what we oome sohcol for • M-IauppdB® it isn'tf ust that. 1 s . I know there are some athong us . Steadfastly faying to loam Bat 1 hold niy book elyly open, Ana peep when.lt comes my tarn, Yaufcskif IUkomy Etudias • ' Why, yes indeed, well enough I But French js so horribly vexing, : And Latin euch hateful stuff! \"What do /go to school for ?\" : To have some fun, to bo rare, *'To gire'tlw poor old teacher As much es he can endure. -\"rBot what-the rest go to Bohool\"for, — I'floht know, I confess. Your conundrum *s too hard altogether • ' For & little\"girl to guess. — y:----y.r-z- •—Our Young Eolki. FASH, GARDEN AN D HOUSEHOLD. iv . -r..- ttg n'Fieytilixer. * ^ JiuriDg the last year I made a. limit­ ed experiment in the use of gras...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 26 October 1871

^oand^ortlkt^estcrnaSail \\va y. jj^MMER -iEfLANQESfENT. . *l^ arfiTerat?Ft. At'A... ,V:00 A. it. MAiT«^R^SFI .LFRATCS Chiwvgo 0Q A. M. J IptecsatTSt* Howard at. . . C i .lOiSO.p, m. Biptpa«seti«er leaves Ft. How'd at 5:30 *• • m. ^*AW|R4F:FTJ]GNICTTGO AT:^ .. / .5:30 ATM. Mail Passenger leaves' Ft . Howard at .7:00 A. K. ^ilRwij'# Chicago at. ...'„-.... .7:15 p.m Fre^ arrivesm Ft/Howard at. . 10:30 A. H. freight leaves Ft. Howard at.-'i'... .11:15 A. M. JSPioketafpr all. Eastem.points for sale bv W. B, FBAK, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. I-?Sturgeon Bay Mall Arr angeraents, outfurn.aad Eastern via Green..Bay arrives ijiwy. Monday, Wednesday and Friday at (j r. ,il. arid departs every' Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 A. M. . . ' . ,r:,S&tiihkm hiajl v. via Almepee, and Keionwn't 7arrJ£es'every Thursday at 6 r. si. Departs every Friday nt 6 A. M. J^Unprtik an# .Ephriam, nrtives Mondays wft/F'Ws'y,3 at*5 p, sr. Departs Tuesdays and -Safofrdayft at 6 A. SI. \\- -. - • -:...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 2 November 1871

F. B. GARDNER? S CdEUMfr. N.E-W- J H. HAEEIS, Publisher. For American Unity Against All Foes. TEEMS: $L50 a Tear. ,f*\"l ' . , — — ^^\"VoLCilE X. ', - STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 2, 1871. v NCMBEB 25. jji I1AWRIS-—Kl»t)rs—-U. HARRIS. '• . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1871. THE administration of President GRANT has been eminently successful. The pub­ lic debt has been largely reduced, taxation has been decreased the public revenues j as been faithfully collected and honestly expended the threatening difficulty with Si M. PETTENGILL i& CO. • -! Great Britain has been adjusted in a raan- , ' \"... 07 Park Row,, A7ew York, j ner honorable to both parties an Indian 1 • — AND— j war has been averted. The people of Wis- iQEO. P. ROWELL & CO., j c onsin will pass their opinion on his ad- 40 ptrJt R°w' A\"® !.ministration next Tuesday. \"Republicans Are otir sole-Agents in that city, and .are an-i , . -n ...... jrthorized to contract for advertising' at our/ of-Door county, will you ap...

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

CO. MICATE, .&-T ' t - — — w w w y w w v w w w v y r u u v / v Chicago and Jffbrtliwestern ISailway, SUMMES AnBAJrtJEJiExr. \"'•' Night train leaves Chicago ht .4:80 p. m. /e.r,*'. - And arrives at Ft. Howard at..... .7:00 a. m. v 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 5:30 p. si. 1 Arrives in Chicago,at.1.....%... 5:30 a. m. i - JToil-Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 a. m. Arrives in Chicago: at,,, jt 7-15P m \"*•' ^eigKt'arrives in Ft. Howard at.....lO-SOX m! J Freight leaves Ft. Howard at ..11:15 a. m. ^Pr Eastern points for sale by W. Peak, Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. , •, Sturgeon Bay ITIail Arrangements^ Southern and Eastern via Green Hay arrives every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at (5 p. ' M., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. m. c Southern- mail via Ahvepee and Eew(tune.t .- arrives every. Thursday at 6 p. a. • Departs every Friday at 6 a!%. . FUh ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 9 November 1871

F. B. GARDNERS. COLUMN MEW ,v -6%. H. HARRIS, Publisher. For American Unity Against All Foes. * TERMS: $l 60aYear. rouras X. r5 STDBGEON BAY, WIS., NOVEiMBER 9, 1871. NUSIBEB 20. J. IS—-Editors-—II. HARRIS, THURSDAY, NOYEM1JER 9, 1871. JR M. .PETJENGILL & 00. , 87- Park Row, New Tori, '•—AND— '-'.V - GEO. P. BO WELL ds CO., r ' • 40 Park Bow, .New. York, '• Are otir ~iole Agents in that city, and- 'ire au- - theriied to contract for advertising \"at our lowest rates. THANKSGIVING. PROSPECTUS FOR 1872. FIFTH YEAR. A Representative and Champion Of- • American Art. THE ATJJINE: An Illustrated Monthly Journal claimed to Is the handsomest Paper in tM World. \" Give my love to the artist workmen of THE ALDLNK who are striving to make their, profes­ sion worth\" of admiration for beauty, as it has always been for usefulness.\"—Henry Ward Beccher. THE AI.DINE, while issued with all the regu­ larity, lins none of the temporary or timely \\n terest characteristic of ordinary periodicals...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 9 November 1871

i„ • I TH E NEWS', 5 '• The Stage Drfwer's Story. & BT BBET HAUTE. It vtbb the etage-drivcr'B story, as he stood with his back to the wheelers, *. Quietly flecldng hia whip, and turning his quid of tobacco \" ' • . . tVhlle on tbe dusty road, and blent with the rays of the moonlight. We saw the lash of his whip and the juice of tobacco descending. '.'Danger I Sir, I believe you-^lndeed, I may eay on that subject,' \" You your existence might put'to the hazard and turn of a wager. I have seen danger? Oh, not not me, sir, indeed, I assure you: r. Perchance 'twas the man with the dog that is sitting alone In yon Avagon. It was.the Geiger Grade, a mile and a half from the summit: ' - - - - . .. Black as your hat was the night, and never a star in the heavens. Thundering down the grade, the igravel and stones we sent flying ... Over tho precipice side—a thousand feet plumb to the bottom. Half-way down the grade I felt, Sir, a thrilling and creaking, Then a lurch to one side, as .we h...

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 — 9 November 1871

After All. - \\ ' 1862. • Rtrar\" My Witness: a Boob of Versoby William \" ' Water. Published by J.R. Osgood & Co.] • ' The apples are ripe in tho orchard, • . Rework of the reaper is done, J, -And the golden'woodlands redden L In U»e blood of the dying sun. 3 cottage door tho grandeire , - in his easy chair, - • vwmla a gentlo wind of twilight j,r_ Plays-.with hie silver hair.: , •A woman is kneeling beside him • Arfair, young head is prest,. - (In. the fii^t •wild passion of sorrow, . Against his rfged breast. And far from oyer the distance -• •' The faltering echoes'Como . Of the flying blast of - trumpet • And the rustling roll of dram.- '. ^Thsn the grnndsire spealfe in a whisper— . * \" The end no man can see. : ' But we~gire him to his country, And we give our prayers to Thee.\" Thevioleta 8tar tho meadows, ' \" '- ' * • The roee-buds fringe the door, 4 Aiid over tho grassy orchard The pink-white blossoms pour. , r-Ept the grahdsire'H chair is empty, r . The'.oottage is ...

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 — 9 November 1871

rhjtttgo and Normwtestern atatlwuy. : % 8PMSIEB ABBAXGEJIEKT. . . # R^tfrafo leaves Chicago at...... -. .4:30 p. m. And arrives at Ft. Howard at......7:00 a. m. MidjkPilssengcr leaves Chicago at. . .9:00 a. m. .Arrives at Ft.' Howard at.. 10:30 p. m. $Mbt Passenger leaves Ft. How'dat 5.30 p. m. .vArrires in Chicago at.„ 5:80 a. m. Hail Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 a. m. . Arrives in Chicago nt ,7:i5 p. m. Freight arrives m Ft. Howicrd at... .10:30 a. m! Freight leaves Ft. Howard at..... 111:15 a. m. .Tickets for all Eastern points for sale by TV. E.'-Pbak, 4gent at the Ft. Howard Station.-' Sturgeon Bay mall Arrangements. . . .Southern and Eastern via Green Day arrives every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at G p. *., and departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at G a. m. '.v. • fiTot/^/rerttmail via AFinepee and JSfewaunee strives every Thursday at 6 p. m. Departs every Friday at 6 a. m. ..FishCreek ani EpTirinm, arrives Mondays \"aiid'Fridays at G p. it. Departs Tuesdays ...

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 — 16 November 1871

. • ... . : . , . • . . , \"H. HAEEI8, Publisher.. For. American Unity Against All Foes. 'TlittMS: $1.50. a Year, VOLUME X. STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 16, 1871. NUMBEB 27. jr. HARBIS—-Editors—-51. HARRIS. THURSDAY,\"ftOVEMllER 10, 1871. THE ELECTIONS. ETEFFAJLML.IDAHI TELLJKPSIS. 8. M PETTENGILL & 00. . 37 Park Row, New Torlc, —AND— GEO. P. BO WELL & CO., ' . 40 Park Sow, New York Are oar sole Agents in that city, and arc au­ thorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. V ftf'i? Thanksglvlnj Proclamation. •LUCIUS FAIRCHILD, Governor STATE OF WldCO^I^. A That another year of plenty, general health ~V find prosperity has been vouchsafed to the peo- 5 iple of this State we should thankfully recog- nize, and although a wide spread conflagration : in the Northeastern portion of the State has y' desolated many households, brought mourning - to many families, and stripped thousands of : '\"our fellow citizens of nearly all their wordly : weolth yet even the poorest ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 16 November 1871

f -ji'' t3H:EiN^W8*. BIlscellaiieonB. - THE widow of Admiral Pearson ia dead. ST. LOUIS is now in for building more ele- vatere. ^ffopi Toledo man wears seventeen rings *\"? lingers THE City Treasurer of Philadelphia has been arrested .as a defaulter. . JPnrBdeatto from yellow fever in Charleston during the past twenty-four hours A eHXPiABD for the conatrnctien of cuirassed vessel? is being formed at Nicolaieff, • Gov. HAYP'S, of Ohio, has Sppointed the 30th of November as a day of thanksgiving. A CAVING earth-bank at Paducali, Ky., ^crushed the life out of four men and a boy. -'.vwl • ' GOLDSMITH MAID beat Lucy three straight heats in Philadelphia. Time, 2:22)4 2-18% . and 2:18^ \" \" j f , THE subscriptions to the Chicago relief fund W»e Bourse in Berlin to date is 20,- 500 tbalers. THE State debt of Florida, together with her liabilities and railroad endorsements, amoimtB * . to $14,500,000.' \" •\" _ 'J. , GOLDSMITH MAID and Lucy trotted at Pitta- burg on Thursday last. „ Time ...

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 — 16 November 1871

S8S0I : ST . ASPIRING MISS DE&AIRE. ... A CHEMICAL HARBATIYE. .' ' following is Bret llorfe'a poem, delivered be­ low the Phi Beta Nappa Society of Harvard Oniver- \", . etty last commencement: Certain facta which serve to explain SI® P^jpal charms of Miss Addie Do Laine, WHO, as the common reports obtain, • Biirpaseed tn complexion the lily and roses B^eet mouth and a retrousse nose \" A figure lUjo Hebe's, or that which revolves. , i5 a milliner's window, and partially solves Inat question which mentor and moraliet pains « grace may exist minus feeling or brains. io« XUFse younS lady had beaux by the\" score, .s\" that she wanted,—what gtrl could ask more ? . Jovere that sighed, and lovers that swore,. IjpveM that danced, and lovers that played, ' , Men of 'profession, of leisure, and trade Bnt one, who wasMestlned to ta&e the high part •' • 'Of holding that mythical treasure, her heart, This lover—the wonder and envy of town Was a practicing Chemist,—a fellow called B...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 16 November 1871

Chicago and North western ICaii wa j BPMMRIt AMAXOEME.VT. \" \"Hight train leaves Chicago - at. .4:30 p. H. arrives at Ft. Howard UT .7:00 A. M. . Hall Passenger leaves Chicago at... .9:00 A. *. /'»* Arriveifat Ft. Howard at ...... . .10:30 p. M. Passenger leaves Ft. How'd at 5.30 P. M. / Ajrires in Chicago at.... 5:30 A. M. .£, %M*IL Passenger leaves Ft. Howard at.7:00 A, M. /jfArrircain Chicago at...„......7:15 p. B, 1 - arrives in Ft. Howard at.... 10:30 A. it. W4FEL& }?*V&'$'-EOVRARIAI • • -IL-'IS A. M. \" ^'.Eastern points. tor-sale by W. Agent at the Ft. Howard Station. — — _ • • Sturgeon -Bay Ulall Arrangements, Southern and Eastern.} via Green Bay arrives 6Tery Monday, Wednesday and Friday ut 6 p. • B., and departs every- Tuesday, Thursday and SATURDAY at 6 A. M. .Southern mail via Ahnepee and Kenavnet . ttrrives every- Thursday at 6 P.M. Departs every Friday at 6 A. h. FuihCreta ani Ephriam, arrives Mondays andFridays at6 P.M. Departs Tuesdays and : Batardayg at 6...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 23 November 1871

/', f.r /. v v ?V£2/- -. H. HARRIS, Publisher. FOR AMERICAN UWITY WAJQfST ALL FOES. TERMS: 81.50 a Year. STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, N@VEMfiER 23,-1871. NO. 28. Poetry. - : : AT THE BOOR. \"-- Iiimy flally round of duty, - One^wcct vision, rayed •with beauty, i Ever greets me One bright vision, seen before, Of tuo hour,, when Mary meets me - (At the dodr Seasons eeaslessly may flow ..Down time'stitleless river, - „. Crowned with flowers, or cloaked)with snow, But, returning never — • Naught tomeisstorm or sun, '_-•Â»• n -Nauglit is wiud, or weather, So .our confluent lives do run ^-On and on together. t v . Spring-tide blossoms flush and flower For ail hour yialet spangled robes of-June . Fade too soon - Bloom of bowers and scent of hedges J Wait alike a sfircdecay But, my darling's plighted pledges, 4 Day by. day, . And evermore^ Blossom out in nameless graces, Shine through life's extremest places, . Yielding Love's unstinted store Each day's wreath of joys completing, : _• In ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 23 November 1871

BUSINESS CARD?. CITY NATIONAL BAMK GREEN BAY, WIS'. CQXRAD KRUGEB, President. H. G.FREEMAHV .Cashier,.' ATTORNEY AT LAW, ^ JOHN 0. NEYII,f,K, V prill attend the Door County Circuit Court regularly. Office on Washington St., Greeh Bar, Ffi'sconsih. 40-tf. H.HARRIS. Clerk Circuit Court, Land and Insurance Ag't. • T Stcrgew* Bat, Wisconsin. , Prompt attention given to paving taxes for non•residents, makiuj abstrncts'of titles, and redeeming lands sold for taxes. tST Successor to JoSeph Harris, Lund Agent. taw AND COLLECTION OFFICE. 01' B. GRAVES. C. r,. IIARfelS. GRATES & HARRIS, Attorneys and Councillors at Laid. sotf y - • GREEN BAY, WIS. D. A. REED, Attorney-at-Law, Sturgeon Bay, 'Door County, Wisconsin. Will attend to the location of Goverhfnerit, Htate and Swamp Lands by Personal Inspec­ tion. Will attend to all Professional Business Promptly. . 8.43tf J. It. YOVN«, M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & A COUClllER • .Office and resideuce three doors south of the Court House. Thank...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 23 November 1871

Chicago aud Northwestern Uatt#a. :' auHMKB j - . SFSghtWfcin leaves Chicago ..»»4:30 p. W. Afid aJri-ives at Ft. Howard at..»»..7 00 A. a. Mail Passenger leaves ChlcAf o at ., v«9 (w A. M. Arrives at Ft. Howard .\\t0 3ft P. H. &tghV PffSSentcer leaves Ft* How'd at\\5:SQ'P. sr. Arfi'ffeS in Chicago .iivV•.»*, .6:3() A. H. \" Sla*i\\ l leaves Fts Howard aU7:)0 A. \"• Arrives itt Chicago atw». —„....17:15 p. M. Freight arrives in Ft. Howard at... .10:80 A. M. Freightte&ves ft. Howard at...,ll:lp A. n. ^tiefcetfi for all Eastern points for sale.:by W. t. Howard Station. E.PEAK, Agent at the Ft. Sturgeon Bay Mall Arrangements. 'Southern and Eastern vra arrives EYERY'Moiidby,'Wednesday and Friday at'6 P. 'm., a*4 dejftVts!e».ety* Tuesday, Thursday and \"ijatdrday at6:A it. ! - • v • JSoiitfiem- mail viaAhntpee and 'K&o'aHnei «rmea every Thursday at «?. «. Departs •every tfriday at 6 A. X. iFith Creek aiU Ephriam, arrives ' Mondays ~ -*md Fridays at 6 p. M. Departs T...

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 — 23 November 1871

Atmosphere—Probable* Changed ••••'' Condition* •••• RIGHTLY considered, the great plrenoni- . ena of nature will be found to liare mutual connections if not dependence oil Cacli other. The enormous lirea sweeping over the Northwest Stntea ore, from theirmag- •liitude, fairly entitled to be classed tinder • this head, especially where they have de* veloped unusual atmospheric peculiarities. But the fircs were dependent upon another condition—that of iincxitmplcd drouth. That was evidently induced by great na­ tural perturbations, which have disturbed the ordinary laws of the winds, and in a measure changed the condition of the great interior air current. The fires, therefore, t are ratheran incident to, than a part of the phenomena. v Within a period of about two years, the. - earth has witnessed more earthquakes and . a greater intensity of volcanic action than for a century preceding. This is especially ' true of South America, Sandwich Islands, Java, Japan St. Thomas, and many ot...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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