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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 21 April 1864

'OFFICIAL PAX LB OF 1BE CCXJNTY. • Kewburoe, -N.. *• must be a- lore of a place J to lire in, judging by tho following from the Timet 01 March 16th: TOWN AND COUNTY ITEMS. Arrival Ac Departure of Mails Green Bay and Southern and Eastern:—Arrives Wednesday' and Saturday, at 6 P. M., and leaves. Monday and Thursday, at 6 A. M. Two /?»«•Â«-».-—Arrives Thursday, at 8 P. M-, und leaves Monday, at 6 A. M. Jliihicutt:—Arrives^ Tuesday, at 6 £. Si-, an' leaves $riday, ai C A- Jl. liailey't Harbor:—ArritesThursday,at 6 P.M. , and leaves Wednesday, at 6 A. Ji Ephorvi:—Arrives Wcdnefdnj, at 6, P M., tn t«i« ILutdtr, at 7 A.M. _ SEE \" New Advertisements.\" To VKTERAXS.—The attention of veterans is directed to the order of Gen. Fhcriuatii ia ail* other column of this paper. It explains itself. MCSQCITOES.—Theso little villainous imps hnvo made their appearance. They aro fair and phot to gn?o upun.nnil their music most rapturous, while their kills hrve not beeu- blun­ ted in the least by ...

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 — 21 April 1864

PROSPECTUS FOR 1864. WAfPa* -^Learning fs'ftoikaowleSge, bat fithiBrtheartofmsingit. —Whea stones are scarce, always kill two bitch with ope. politician wha undertakes to d6tbe people, geatf^lly undoes himself. *~To have a fouShorse atnge ran over yott isn't always tho fforst mode of being Bta^c-sirnok* la proper for people to tnend tbdr highw^yai and still more to inend~ ibfir low ways. *** A. joyous smile add9 an hour to \"one |ite, a hdiiit-felt laugh a day, a grin iio&Vtbometie. —A low»rthinks the only propo* definition ofa right lino is a straight lias to his fiweotiioart. v —Weak agents sometimes work great - retold j a hen may scratch up a dia­ mond. *»Be not the elavo of authoriryj if Lyon think anything of yourself, think for yourself. „ —A bewitching s.nilo has been the death of many a bvcr. A beautiful Woman ittay say with Iago, \"I can smile, •cd murder wuilo I smile.\" —Fafl)iionablo ladies seldom show their hearts, though a great many of .thorn «eeiu,disposed t...

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 — 28 April 1864

JOSEPH HARRIS PUBLISHER, T\" FOR AMERICAN IINITf AGAINST ALL FOE?. . TERMS, §1,00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. STURGEON BAY, WIS, THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1864, NO. Iy T H E 18 PCBLISHED EVKRV Tit U BSDAV MORNING, —nr— ' ' JO S £ PII SIA K BIS, TER MS.- ' Ptiranhura,in advance, 5100 ' Single copies in wrappers, rea^y for mailing •an be had at tKc Office dtfivecentspercopy. RATES OP ADVERTISISG : 1 Square.(12 lines or less) one week, • $1 06* I -Square (12 lines or less) twx weeks, 1 \"5o Each additional week - - - - * .. . 25 3 months.)\" 6 months. I J yea - $ 2 OGj 1 -Square ^Column,- - 5 00 j •J Column,— 10 00j ] Column, - - 15 0O| Business Cards per4ine one year - $ 3 00 8 00 15 00 \"6 00: $ 5 00 12 00 20 00 40 00 \\ 25 : BUSINESS CARDS. JOSEPH HARRIS, Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Ohio,— Office at Sturgeon Bay. J . SOREN PETERSON ,, Dbaler in Dry Goods Groccriesand Proris- oiiu V n'-'f Sturgeon Bay, March 22'62 F. B: GARDNER, General Dealer in Dry. 'Goods, Clothing, ITats Caps, B...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 28 April 1864

lomostio Exports, ]07,ii'^f II Stt tliat 'the fortncr are not quite double the lattor. But jet us look at t$g -ysMjle truth: and we finA our im» instead of . being double our domestic exports are to tlicin. By tabic No. 3, ^jOor'domcstio exports haro Jicon , Par total imports ^ 1(»j. J&J,0J6 J 86 that Mr. Morrill's statement has BOt an ingredient of truth in it. I s us- MJifeet. ho. has 'consulted Mr. Hatch more Chase.\" . Then, says he, the amount of goods ' exported to Canada, in 1855, subject to \" duty, was $11,440,472 and in 1862 no more than 80,128,780 • the exports of mapufactures to Canada.in 1859 were in round numbers $4,500,000, and they had decreased to §1,500,000 in 18G3.\" Tory good, but should not this falling off in, the amount of goods exported by lis Eui)ject to dutjron entering Canada be a source of baiisfaetion to. him, who : complains in another part of his speech that eo jnany of cur goods weie so • «, taiedj and while comparing 1859 with 1863 in regard ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 28 April 1864

-*r Moxet PiSit—3gsuh *e are to have a panic j OFFICIAL rAlIE CF TBE CCISTY. I%~|in the bcest market, and the indications are- that it will exceed-in magnitude that of former j 5-20 U-_S- 5-20 THE SECRfrTAR Y Of THE TREASURY IOWN AND COUNTS: ITEMS y A*rival & SScparSsare Off Mails ^ Jj-a cc-sntryof the trash that is now in | The whole amount of the Loan authorized is 'ft » « V i P , - : C5R, isssed fronj hanks,that \"so far from being i i«vo MuiHlred Millions of Dodar. -tar/v ^«»«r VrtemB^yaad Sont&era njrf Eastern —Amvfc - - - , .\" ! JIuutlrtd Jltf.ton* ftticc bee» Al.-fad? Wednesday, and Saturday, at 6? P- 3J-, and • to redeem a:I t^eir have not coui j/.. - ami jmi'J into fhc 7rertsK»y mostly within leares j3oadayaa3 Xhiirfday, ato A.M. . ? enoaja to make a respe.-tablo show in a country jtliu Lis: seven months. The large demand from r«M ftircrx:—-ArrivesThursday, at (S P.M., and ronuibntic-a h -x. The Chicago Board of Trade • abrosd. ami tho nipiilfy jncrcaj:::^...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 28 April 1864

• - - i mtmkSm THB feSEilCH OE MR. MOBRILL, OF VER­ MONT. i I pass ovet his constitutional 6bjcc- lions as I'&S feel qualified to speak of theln, bat X presutao the Senate of the United 'States understands its duties lollyasyrell as Mr. Morrill. *- Oa rage sis he 'commences- bis dis- imssion of the Treaty itself, with a piece f«rf: clap-trap. \"TOat reciprocity/' jays be, \" ia there in making cotton free to the United States from Canada, jriben Canada produces no cotton?—— ^Wliose ax is ground by making fcriad^ atoncs free from Canada to the United States, when the United Stateg are de­ pendent on tbo British Provinces for tlidc o^n. fcuppltes ?\" Momentous Sier uestiuns these for Congress ! I bon­ whether it did not occur to him that there might be some reciprocity in our allowing grindstones to come in free from the British Provinces, in re­ turn for which they \"ground our ax,\" by allowing cotton to be imported free from the United States. He then re­ produces some st...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 5 May 1864

TERMS, $1,00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE\"*- ,.III. STURGEON BAY^TO- THURSDAY, MAY O .AD VOCATE IS rCBLISBED EVEET tHUBSDAÂ¥ MOBSISG, —BY— J o S B PIi II A K R I S, •~~~ ' TEfeas: P«r annum, in advance, Single copies in wrappers, ready for mailing •an bo had at tho Office at five cents per copy. TTATES OP ADVERTISING * 1 Square (12 lines or less) one week, SI Ofl 1 Square (12 lines or lbss) two weeks, 1 5o Each Additional week - - - - - ' -5 • 3 months.! 6 months. | 1 yea S 5 00 1200 20 00 40 00 1 25 1 Square - - $ 2 Cpl £ Column,— .5 00j • J'Column, - - 1? fP| ''IsColumn, - - 1^60, Business Cards per line one year S 3 00! 8 CO 15 00 6 00! OWR WILLIE! BUSINESS CABDS. JOSEPH nARRIS,- Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Ohio, • . \" -.Office at Sturgeon Bay t SO'TLEX PETERSON DCALEB in Dry Goods Groceriesand Provis- oins • • Sturgeon Bay, March 22 Cz ' F. B. GARDNER, General Dealtr in Dry Goods. Clotting. lists Caps, Boots, Shoes, Groceries alii » ardware All kinds of Product taken at...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 5 May 1864

• • ' • ' • V I \" cbeit buties HARRIS] STURGEON BAY, - . - WISCONSIN THURSDAY^ MAV\"5) 18G4. •'..J- • of all the domestic evils of-the war iB the spirit of vulgar extravagance, fos­ tered and fed by the importation of lux­ uries. ' Let it bo cheeked by such a tariff bill as will prove that Congress does cot forget the plain duty placed before it by stern necessity. We oddresa^hesc fratik tjhoughts to an American Congress—to/men of all FREEDOM OF SPEECflf. r--'s-j& •'•'•: • . Freedom of speech is justly regarded .08 the great bulwark of our institutions. we hWc an earnest hope that in this hour -of war every man who earcs for his countiy will see that these thoughts attention.- llWi- T5IEPHE^DESOr. ' #• Si-:- , JJut there are limits even to this potent , instrument of democracy. Men 'are interdicted from j^bfanity and obscene : words. They are not permitted to ...-.v. apread slanderous reports, cr give pub­ licity to a libel. They arc'prohibited from inciting to mob violence....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 5 May 1864

•S: •OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. TOWN AND COUNTY ITEMS. • ^ Ax rival Ac Scpartnrcof Mails Oreen Bay and Southern andl EatTcrri:—Arrives Wednesday and Saturday, at 6 P. M., arid leaves Monday and Thursday, a16 4--M* _ Two Rivers:—ArrivesTliursday, at und leaves Monday, at 6 A. M. Jfithicolt:—Arrives Tuesday, at CP. M., and . leaves Friday, at C A- M. . ( BaileyVHarbor:—Arrives Thursday, at 6 P.M. and leaves Wednesday, at 6 A. M ^Ephiram:~\\rr\\vc* Wednesday, at 6, P Al. nnd leaves Thursday, nt 7 A. M. , * \"W. L. ABBOTT, LOCAL'EDITOR. Arrival.—On Monday last,, 2d inst., the sttfam tug Union, Capt. Monroe, arrived at this - place, being- tho first steamboat of the season. the boots will comiftcneb their, regular trips ' Very soon, no, doubt, as the bay is free from ice. Relic of Antiqoitt.—We havo received a copj of the Oconto Pioneer dated Friday, April 22d, I6S-L It was well preserved, and .with tho exception of' its extreme age, differs but dittle* from papers of the present driy...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 5 May 1864

PROSPECTUS FOR 1864. \\ • —Were there but ono virtuous »an, bo would hold up his head with conu- • . dencc and honor, he would shame the ' world, and not the world hirii. —A schoolmaster oatWest posted in Iris school-room the following : \" Notiss —No fiwarin, cusaih, or runnin abowt lose or hollarin in this scul.\" , • —Tho Springfield Republican discov- - ered that Jirigham Yonn* is better off . than1 the King of Aslwntee. II?can : have as many wives as he wants, whila tho African sovereign is actually limited . to 5j)333. ^ r —.\" I wonder where those clouds are going,\" sighed Flora, pensively, as flic vifi pointed with her thin, delicate finger to tho heavy, funereal mass that,, floated T lazily in the shy. f I thirilc limy are going'to thunder/' said her brother. —-Clamorous peoplo should remem- ber that the tail of the rattlesnake makes all the rioiscj but the head docs tho execution. - 7 ^ • -r-Thcrc are two renpons why we do not trust man : one bccause we do not know Jiim,...

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 — 12 May 1864

JOSEPH HARMS PUBLISHER. FOR AMERICAN UMTf AGAINST A:LL FOES. TERMS, §1,00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. . III. STURGEON EAY^WlS.JfHURSDAY. MAY I % 1864, NO. 3. a? 13L 33 IS PUBLISHED EVERY— . T H U R S D A Y M O I T N I N G V \" ' —BT-~ : lOSDPBS IS A RR IS, s * TEU1I8 ' ' ' ' Pernnnnm,in advance, ?100 Single copies in wrappers, ready for mailihg aan.bo had at the Office at fivecontspercopy. RATES OP ADVBnTISINC •• ISqaare (12 lines or loss) one week, *^$1 00 1 Square (12 lines or less) two weeks, 1 50 K a o h a d d i t i o n a l w e e k - - - - - - 2 5 3 months.I 6 months. | 1 yea 1 Square : - - $ 2 001 $ 3 00 $ 5 09 1, Column,-- 1.5 00/ 8 00 12 00 J, Column, - - 10 00| 15 00 20 00 1 Column, • - 15 OOj 6 00 40^00 Business Cards per line one/year - - 1 §5 BUSINESS CARDS. JOSEPH HARRIS, Commissioner of Deeds for the State of ObiOj—• . Office at Sturgeon Bny, SOREN PETERSON Oraleb ill Dry Goods Groceries and Provis­ ions' , Tll-tf Sturgeon llajft March 22 '63 . F.1 B. GARDNER, General Boni...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 12 May 1864

Grant. General iiABmsi cdito* 8TCBGE0N BAY - WISCONSIN THURSDAY, MAY 12,1864. i»oai WASIIIKGTO^. A Washington correspondent gives the following personal description of General Grant: Your correspondent had the-plcasuvc, a few evenings since, to see Gen. \\J. S. Grant, in a free., and easy style, in the ball of Willard's Hotel and as many of your readers have never seen him, (and many never may,) a description of liis personal j&ppcarJlncd uiay not be un­ interesting. lie-is a man of plain ex* tcrior easy and affable manners looks mint demand for goods of ^foreign man­ ufacture. Kvery patriotic man and woman thould an onco resolve not to buy or use any more good9 ot foreign manufactures while the war lasts, but be content with home product tons, and thus keep our gold and silver in thic country, if the people will do this, we shall soon see the price of gold and all the necessaries of lif«? tumble down to reasonable prices. ..... J ED. TI1K 190 WAIT MS/M. From general order N...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 12 May 1864

! OFFICIAL PAPER OF-.THE COUKTT. TOWN AND COUNTY ITEMS. AI rival 6c Departure of Mails Ore en Tiay and Southern and Eantern —Arrives Wednesday and Saturday, nt 6 P. M-. and i leaves Monday and Thursday, at 6 A. M. Two River*:—ArrivesThursday, at 6 P.M., and leaves Monday, at 6 A. 31. ifiihicott:—Arrives Tuesday, at 6 P. M-, and g leaves Friday,, at G A-M. / Baiiei/'t TTarbnr:—ArnresTnnrsdnv,at 6 P.Mv and leaves Wednesday, at 6 A.M Ephram:—Arrives Wednesday, at 6,PrJ:, r.hd leaves Thursday, at 7 A. M. \"GOIKQ ALONE.\"—•For this beautiful little poem, and other reading matter, see fourth pa^e. Heading matter on every page. ? ' PVnsoxAL.—Ereryono wishes to know when Mr.' HARRIS will bo home. This we cannot in- fonrt them, though it Is probable that it will bo during the present month. He'writes that the Canal matter is progressing favorably, and there is BO doubt but the'CJrant will be obtained. WK insert this week M. F. Knlmbnch's card. Mike is a good-natured, accommodating man, arid ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 12 May 1864

:• {•-.'! - STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. \"going AIOSE! Withcurls la the sunny air .tossing, With light in the merry bine eyes, C With laughter'-BO cloarly outrmging, A langh of delighi and surprise Bie past trials and fcara forgotten, Tho baby is \" going alone.\". W§ai woftil mishaps hare ptecedej \" This day of rcjoioing and pride I How often the help be has needed 'hai carelos'sly gono from his side/. _ i He Baa fallen whilo reaching for sunbeams, I Wbieh, just as he grasped them, have, flown, Andthp tears of vexation have followed, * Bat DOW he is \" going alone/' / And through all hid life he will study ThU lesson again and again, He will carelessly loan upon shadows, He will fall and woop aver «be pain, Tho baud whose fond clasp Was the surest, coldly, withdraw from his own, The sunniest eyes will bo olouded, And ho will bo walking alono. He will learn what a stern world wo livo in, And he may grow cold liko tho rest, • Just keeping a warm, sunny webome For thoso who scom trues...

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 — 19 May 1864

JOSEPH HARRIS PUBLISHER. FOR AMERICAN. tiKITY. AGAIXST ALL FOE*. TERMS, §1,00 l'EIi ANNUM IN ADVANCE III STURGEON BAY WIS, THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1864, rp E ADYOCATE —18 PUBLISHED KYKRY— . • ^ H t B S D A Y M O B N I X C ! , '•—BT— J O S £ P I I I I A I t f t f S, TERMS Parannum,in advance, , J100 , dingle copies in wrappers, ready for mailing oan bo had at the Office at five cents per copy. UATB3 OF ADVERTISING 1 Square (12 lines or. leas) one week, $1 00 1 Square* (12 linds or less) two weeks, 1 5o Kaon additional week - - • - - 25 3 months.I 6 months. | 1 yea 1 Squared - - $ 2 00 i Column, - - 5 00 J Column, - - 10 00 1 Column, . - 15 00] $ 3 00 8 CO 15 00 6 00 Business Cards per lino one year $ 5 00 12 00 20 00 '40 00 125 BUSINESS CARDS: , JOSEPH HARRIS. Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Ohio,— ' Office at Sturgeon Bay \\ • SOREN PETERSON . OrALER in Dry Goods Groceries and-Provis- ioBS. nl-tf Sturgeon Ray, March 22 \"62 F. B. GARDNER, General Dealer in Dry Goods. Clothing,Hat...

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 — 19 May 1864

* \" •fr • - : ' v v- ' . iit :^iIfI ••*\"•\" •'• l:\\-~s v .*:V KV.'i-' ••' •,•.'•••• 'v--' ' ^ -vK :v:-' .« «(„'!\" *s~ J ' JQS£PH HARRIS, Editor. STURGEON BAY, - - WISCONSIN Another Instance of Barbarity. Rebel THURSDAY, MAY 19,1864. Secretary Chase's Policy. T LATEST Ifortliwestern Ship Canal 'Coif • veiUlon* -:---- • ...• -ft.- -v . Tlie result of the deliberations of this Convention, which met at Dubuque on the 4th inst., was an unqualified profs . erence, for the Fox and Wisconsin river route. The importance of -connecting theNortbem Mississippi with the lakes is fully appreciated, and the action of Mhe Convention was judicious in choos­ ing the route which it did. The hand of nature has clearly pointed whero this great national work should be done, and its completion will increase the popula­ tion and wealth of the States of „Wiscon /ein, Iowa, and Minnesota beyond par- allel in the history of Western States. BPITISII FUEE TitADENS. —There W nothing about which the Brit...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 19 May 1864

a OFFICIAL PAPER OF TIIE COUNTY. TQWN AND COUNTY ITEMS. At rival ^Departure of Mails Green Bay and Southern and Eastern:—Arrives - Wednesday and Saturday, at 6 P. M., and leaves Monday and Thursday, a t G A. M. , Two Rivers:—ArrivesThursday,at 6 P. M., and leaves Monday 9 at 6 A. M. Y.* ilUhi'cdtt:—•Arrives Tuesday, aj 6 P. M., and leaves Friday, at 6 A* M. * ., Bailey's Harbor:—^ArrivesThursday,&fe0 P M. and loaves Wednesday, at G A, M . .il Efthram:~Arrives Wednesday, at (, P flf., and jji. leaves Thursday, at t A.M. ' BOAT ItEiis.—The schooner Eleanor loft here last week for Chicago, with a cargo of lumber from the louver mill.- The schooner Falcon ar­ rived at the upper dock, bringing supplios, and taking a cargo of. tics and posts from \"Fish Creek.——The Queen City was in on Monday, bringing freight and passengers. DONE WEIX.—-Tho folks at Epliraim and vi­ cinity bavo got nenrly three thousand cords of wood .for shipment this spring, besides a\" largo, quantity of cedar p...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 19 May 1864

8TUBQE0N ?AY, WISCONSIN. They Pall Asleep & , And $o they droop and f»U asleep, , Their little footfalls beard no more 'White treaty days and nights w.e weep, And listen for them o'er and o'er. He morning son-—bow oin it shine ?— -. P Tb» birds—bow can they sing 'tTben this poor weary heart of mine It afcbing for tho \" hind'tiag things.\" ^ 0b I many times without the door, We aee tbem at their play ' The towing looks —the smiles they wore— nuny—many..titnes-4 day! • T: jfli »n?nt! gone! the sorrow flows ] Jn silence down tho cheek, : ^bitter cyp—-this sweat of blood— - \" • It seems tho heart must brenk. - I • Aboal the hoase ont itt tho fields, - ^ ijf« this gnawing wo/ IFHh every ttiought tho tears will start, v And blind us with thoir flow, At night by pillow whero tbey slept, - We kneol with throbbing pain, And wildly press-tho quivering lips, As though thoy'd kiss again. With broken dreams wo turn to meot . Wbate'or the futuro brings, • \" Yet in the strife we can't f...

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 — 26 May 1864

•:^wm^ JOSEPH HARRIS PUBLISHER, V ' •' -A. FOR AMERICAN CXITf AGAINST ALL FOE?. £ERMS, §1,00 PERANNUMIN ADVANCE . I I I STURGEON BAY, WISv THURSDAY. MAY 26,1864, NO. 5. a? £3: E . \\ —18 PUBLISHED EVERT , THUBSDA? MORNING, ' ,. . —BY— , ' _ J O f £ F H H A I t K I S , v'fiaS , TEltMS .* / .'v'. Far annum, in advance,.' SI®® Stnglecoploa in wrappers, ready for mailing oxnbefcad at the Office ot five cents per copy. ' \\ BATES OP ADVBtlTI8,IN6 .* l Sqnaro (12 lines or less) one week,. $1 Oo I'&quare(12 lines if les§') t\\?6 weeks, - 1 So Kaeh additional week - - - - - 2s 3 months.I 6 months. | 1 yea 1 ^square - J Column^ - - $ .2. 00 5 00 i Coiumn, - - 10 00 1 Column, - -N 15 00 £ 3 00 ,8 00 15 00 6 00 BbaWss Cards perl ine one year - - £ 6 00 12 00 20 00 40 00 I 25 ^ ' BUSINESS CARDS. , r . JOSEPH HARRIS, _i Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Ohio,—• • Office at Sturgeon Bay. - . SOREN PETERSON ' • ' Dbaler In Dry Goods Groceries,and |*r oris !on#„ , ' nl-tf \"Sturge...

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 — 26 May 1864

'M : _ •• - - WISCONSIN J^toDAY, MAY 20v 1864 a \" v. s. io-s«s, -. : . *-y?e insert in oar advertising columns tip w6ek the notice relative to the U. j^ftonds. Wo invite the attention of eut readers to the advertisement. From Itojwmisaltheywill ece that money invested is not only safely and wisely used, but that it draws more than Jjy average per cent, on a dollar. ^For JpftgDce, the rato of interest in this «Ute w fixed by law at seven per cent jftlf tnotioi, while tho interest that the Government pays, on these Bonds, at . ^ jjreseht rate of premium\" on gold, jrill amount to over eight per cent, in- terostin currency. Tho people are responding to this call tifroo their patriotism and generosity laost nobly and yet it is a benefit to themiulves, as well as a favor to the Government. It is the common people who constitute the American Govcrn ment, ftnd in 'sustaining it by giving freely of men and treasure, they are but *otiog upon nature's own law of self- preservation. ' There...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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