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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 8 March 1866

jA 0™plet8 #f VPTimM- The Bent, Cheapest, and most Successful • Family Paper- in America.\" STUBGEON\" BAY\" TftURSDA Yi MARCH 8, I860. The Trichina DiMcase in thin • ,4?oim«.i1yv 1\"'-, :. A. correspondent of the Chicago Journal . says that the' trichina disease, which has V -prevailed in ftermany, has also to some ex-, v tent affected the pork in this country. .He • says that during tire hog cholera ,hc riiade numerous hHscriscopic. examinations,\" and found the trichina worm embedded in -the . flesh .and in the brain.' He does not say .. that they were the caus&of the hog cholera, '-as they wore found in apparently-healthy •V animals. The trichina were found extreihe-' ly tenacious of life, for -when placed in \\ water a few degrees less than boiling heat V- they seethed to retain their usual activity. * But when the flesh had placed for several 'days in strong brine the aninialculaj seem­ ed to have lost all appearance of life.- • -Pep • • sin prepared ifrom rennet in , ...

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 — 15 March 1866

•m N*? ••'. -1- f v* *f» % t ^ , • - -« v - Wi ^ .JOSEPH HAERIS,'Publisher. rOB AMEBIOAH UNITY AGAINST ALL FOES. VOLUME IV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN : THURSDAY, MARCH. 15,1S6G. IS—$1.00 A YEAB.. NUMBER 44 IS PUBLISHED EVERY f f i U R S D A Y M O B ^ I N G i ' - J a t f i P i i . . I I ' A ' V R « i s ?«r annumin adyanoe, Hinglecopj&s in wrappers,ready for mailii fta'bo had at the Office.at fire coats per copy. • : ' ' • RATES OP ADVERTISING tl. Square (1'2 li.ttea orloss) one.week, v $1 »« T Shnare (12 lines or less) two:weeks, 1 50 - ? • .. 25 ISaoh Additional ^ek -' - ' r, — ' *?' onths. •6 moDths. l lyoa $ 2 001, $ 3 ftp I Square / , TO 00 t Column, -r|Sttsiii»i^lrja:-pei'line•one year {•'Column, - 5 00}/.. \"\"'i 8 00 t Column, - - TO 0\" 15 00 ' - . 1& oo{ : 56 00 40 00 Iw.SJNESS' -DIRE G T O R Y . . WYLUAM:K. »RESSER. - CowRt Commissioner. Clerk of'Cjr.ctiH\"0onit anA '• ®eputy Register of Deeds .f«tr Door oonn ty. . . . \\C, JS. rHpYT, • , *t)i»VT.En in- Pry...

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 — 15 March 1866

\\ vj^ ' ' 9I5BS8S Treason must.be made odious. Traitors i must be made odious arid. inipovcri.she,d--~ — l— I The}\" must not only be punished, but their is.icial power nmst be destryed. \"And after {making treason odious, every Linon man ] and the Government should bc'reiriibursed ' out of the pockets of those who have inflict- • ed this} great suffering uponthe country... Thus far at least Andrew Johnson stood '[bravely up for .the cotmiry. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . ~ l i u t \" m a r k h i s l a n g u a g e i n h i s s p e e c h o h PRESIDES! Jf)/lXS4'X f.\\ 1801 TO \\. IS65 AS'lf /A ISfit}. JOSEPH HARRIS,? E TOR , HKXilY HARRIS, \\ STTT3RC3-E02sr TIIL*RSDA\\\\.MARCII V,. l*f rt.-: the evening of the 22d of .February. : Re- Obtainias Postilion 0'ndir False I'mcarrs. - bukt-d 1\\' '.his conscience for deserting flic principles jvhich he had soleuily p.oniijsed to maintain and by virtue of which he had * In 1861, when the Southern ^eiiators ^\"^^0!1 K'vf-'n Jl trusting people his pres- • .j^RMH...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 15 March 1866

a 1 J • • . ' ••••••• - •• • V~' • : •••• ' •• * „• •.'.. . , •M \\- ' i ^ r ' . • ' * • . • \" • \" • . • , ' .: - \" rr OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. TFOWX A!fD COUSTV ITE&IS ST UZRG-EO ZKT BAY THURSDAY, MARCH 15,1866. V -tit,*. W. Sfci R. — Winter Arrangemen On and after Munday, Dec. llth,.traias wil •avatiad arrive at Chicago and_Green Bay ( Fort Howard) as follows ? \\ wisctntsiH nirifiox.' . Leave lit, II. Arrive in- C. Bay PA««ENger,. 6 H0 A, K. ,,! 8 45 p.. it Kight 5 00 A. H 2 50 p. it. freight Train, - 2 00 p. u. - *Leare'C. Arrive in Ft. H. I\\t [Passenger,/ 9 00 A, V. , \"11 30 p. 11 Jfijjht \" 4 50 r. it. - ' 11 00 A. M freight Train — \\ 11 55 A, u. Bleeping cars on all night^trains. METEOROLOGICAL. Ji'ept by C. E-,Ho^y^I)ealerin,DrylGoods -and Groceries. MARCH.'66. TIME. NtVi: \"WEATHER Clear. Clear. Clear. : Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. 01oudy. •\"\"Cloudy. Clear. • Cloudy. x Cloudy. rOlo.udy. Clear. 8 a in 8a in 4 am 3 a in 9am 8 am 4 a to A Loyal JPaper. . •. ...

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 — 15 March 1866

, - / *• .-: • * . . .1- • • /•/ \"* \" \" \" - ' *T~ - , ' . • ^ . ' \" V '' 'I- .'V'\" \":v•*'-rv:'i-- ..'• • ' •••• •• &ST URGEON SIATS\" THURSDAY, MARCH 15, lfiGG. roof,\" and, without waiting my demur or assent, she glided from the drawing-room. Two hours later, after the ch?ism of ten years' estrangement had been bridged over . by fbrpvness and reconciliation, and the shell of worldliness which had been incruxt- ed my nature had suddenly melted in the warm God-ray of pure and blessed lovc.M suddenly bethought myself to ask: ^ • ''Gertrude, darling, vho is Mrs. Upper- ton, that she possesses such knowledge of Onr pa&t histories?^ \\ I have often been pnz- ried by a familiar something about her— either ol mien, or tone, or look—but I nev­ er dreamed that she was any one I had known. Tell! Who is she t \"Perhaps t had better summon her,that fche may explain themysteiy herself! \"re­ plied Gertrude, with a smile and, leaving the drawing-room, she soon returned with* pur ...

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 — 22 March 1866

JOSEPH HABBIS, Publis^ VOLUME IV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN : THURSDAY, MARCH 22.1S6G. TEBMBr-$1.00 A TEAR. NUMBER 45 irpUBtlSHED EVERY ' *~ . '. THURSDAY morning / . BY • .. josfip ii ii A it n i s , ' _ J,... ., : TERMS -.- /. • V»nn»?' advance, ^ \"00 ' singlecopias in wrappers, re.ady for mailing • be tud at the Offioe atfiveceatsperoopiy. BATES OP AUV8RTI8IKO .* ' , , &»a»re (12 linos or lew) one week -$1 Ob J5tt»re(12 lines or less) two weeks,^ 1 50 additionalweek - ^ -v *7'\"^ ' *5 3 months.I 6 ihonthM $ 2 00 5 00 10 00 15 00 I Square j Column! | Column. t Colaion, Buineii Cards per line one year - * 3 00 . 8 00 15 00 26 00 lyett $ 5 00 12 00 20 00 40 00 1 25 BUSINESS ^ DIREC ?OR Y^ ^WILMAMK- DRESSER. \\ Ci'm Commissioner, Clerk of Circuit Court nn3 iieputy Register of Deedg for Door ctmnty. C.E. ilOYT, Grodcris Hf.u.CR in Pry Goods, ani Tinware. ' „ V I!ny,-fie|pteniber 14 1884 Provision s nlSvi • • SOREN PETEftSON . •' , in Ury ilotrds Oro ceries and PHrts- ena . '. ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 22 March 1866

j0?prti harms,/ Tm \" ' 1'ifcMtY HAMUS,* *iu IT01!S. 3TXJE?.CS-E03Sr IB-AR­ THURS DAY, MA11CII 22.180(5. I'O^'GISESS -A .HO 'I'M IS l^fSISS- - ' v .\",..M»K3iT«. . The President and his ex-union. friends Tire constantly trying to defend their defec­ tion from the Union party, by asserting that they .were driven -inter that position' hv y.ftr being made on them by the radical majority in Congress. They seek 'to jusli- ly theirown disgrace, by imputing it to the agency of the loyal people of. the North.— The falsity of this charge is proven by re ferring to sonic of the'President's speeches. In his speech made to the Vir^iniii dele­ gation on the luth of February, he uses this language: ..'U- , ' • \"I might make use «»f a homely figure, which is sometimes as good as any other, even in the illustration of great and impor­ tant questions, and say that there Ijas been a hammer at one end of the line and an an­ vil at the \"othei^ and this great Goverji- inent, the best the worl...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 22 March 1866

- • ' v-=w • \\ ]vp':'*'•• i\"'\"-''1 g^r tafg p»«#fe, OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. ^VAXI:CPQTV ITEMS ^^^jRG-EQisr\" ^Arar THURSDAY, MARCH VI, I860. Train* l, Train 2 20,'P. M. 2 05 p. M. \"Leave C. Arrive in Ft. H. 9 00 A.M. . U 45 P. W 4 30 p. M. . 11 45 A.M «—••-••' 11 00 A.M on all night trains. METEOROLOGICAL. bpf by b.R Hoyt, Dealer in DrylGdods ' and Groceries. ItBcn. '66. I* - 1^:: IS\" i 1-5 i«: 16,- J17 18 1:1S : 19 19 20 8 am 4pm 8 a m 4 p in 8 pm 4 am 8a^ 9 am 4pm 8 am (pm 8 pm 4 am TIME. 26a 50a 14a 34a 29a '20a N S sb : s - W wNW 2b NW 18A S :NW 45a» N 14a . -N 23a NE- 16a 'NE, 20a NE' WlXD.'W EATriEB. Cloudy. (Cleaiv Cloudyv Cloudy. -Snowing. 'Cloudy. Clear. W/ ' Clear. '\" Clear. ' Cloudy. ~r-' \". J\" * t.'.'-v-t- MEDICINE. • * :yiW-fi-'Ki: 'I, W\" ' i \"*• Andersonviile. We have received^ pamphlet containing alist of the Union soldiers buried at An-- dersonville. Prison pen, copifcd from the of­ ficial record( in the surgeons office at An dersonville The rec...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 22 March 1866

• V ^ r~ -\"\"\" • ,ri - 1 v — \"\"\" n ' ' ' ' \" * * v \" \" • • - - • —- ^ - -- - ^ w ' \"* *' 'y-- :: ' \"v '• •' '• aTtTRGKEON jB-A.3P- THURSDAY MARCH 22. I860. that these States willsoon bo prepared for pnrtidpstiffn in ihe legislation of Congress. The loyal people of the United States who have poutirf out so much blood, and given so much treasure for its preservation, are in favor of fully protecting the people of, the rebellious States, white and black,loya. and disloyal, trat they have the right to de­ mand, and they should demand, for intrust­ ing the legislation of the country to the ' framers afid administrate™ of confederate governmernts, and to the soldiers who have met their sons on bloody battle-fields, am­ ple security for the rights of ioyal nien of every race, and for the money loaned tho country irt its hour of need to \" arm, clothe,- ' feed, equip, and pay the defenders of the Republic. Sir, politicians and presses nre flippant­ ly denouncing the Congress...

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 — 29 March 1866

V-\\ -J * vr jpg^H HABBIS, Published VOLUME IV. TOR AMEEICAN UHITY AGAINST ALL FOES. STTJKGEON BAY, WISCONSIN : THURSDAY/MARCH 29, ,1866. TERMS—$1.00 A YEAR., NUMBER 4 (» is PUBLISHED EVEttY ^ t b u b s d a y m o b n i n g : .BY . # v. J O S E P II II A R tt f S , \" \\ • •TEEMS ' • *- c,r,nnnt«,in J * 00 . ,1B8l,copie.advance in wrappers,Teady forfaiting • b# had at the Office at firTceiits per copy. . i BATBB or ADVBUTIBITCG : ^ ^ $ 1 0 0 1 50- 25 I Saii or ,e\"lone weeH' |\"sio»Te(15Uno,,-or Ie88) tw0.weeks»• !»eb additional week - - - 4 months.I *8 months. Sqa*re - Column, - - Column, . - I® 0® Column,^ - J5 iuinsii Cards per line one year - ( .V 00 t.-8 00 15 00 26 00 1 ye® V 5 00 12 00 20 00 4000 • 1 25 B U S I N E S S . , D I R E C- T O R Y . ^^UXIAMTK. DRESSER. '.^Commissioner, Clerk of Circuit Court and ' fapqty Bcgisteriof Deeds for Door county. rr^-' C. E. UOYT, . * ' Diu-iaia V'J Orocerls FroTiswns .odTinware. . * . . . nl8v* Stargton B»f, September I t I^o t 'H...

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 — 29 March 1866

•8V^®SfcP^**^SSfc5(fcSar.iipc,-r- ''-:' --» N JOSEPH, HARRIS, t vD1T0Iig IIESKV HARRIS,) V*1™*' STXrBGBON BA\"y TIlCRSIUT. MARCH 29.18 k .V ' , COXttHKSSS* . \" • In answer to the numerous,accusations .-sgwnst Congress by the. copperheads}, of treanon Mid rebellion affirmed and repeat- •d by President JOHNSON-, we would • nsk * r \\T%Urexson nw Congress committed?— | ^ -^ii3|dSip^e breach of the Constitution that . .. warrants tfew abuse heaped upon it ? How fovcthe representatives of the loyal peo- jle so misrepresented their constituents as 'V: i:' to be branded aR^traStors? . Vindictive rebels, fresh from their, war jKt the tTnion, and eager once more for the spoils of office, may shout \"traitor'' and fanatic.'' The President may re-echo it before a crowd ofrebel sympathisers, and blatant organs off treason like the* New York AVtr# and Chicago^T/w»A» may ring the changes on the cry, but where is the proof of what thev so lustily assert Congress has simply exercised its pre...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 29 March 1866

:K '••v • -. •'V OFFICIAL I'APEK OF TUE COLSTY. TOW.\\ A\\ 1. COUXTY ITEMS BA THURSDA F, MARCH 29, I860. C A X. 'tV. R. R.—Spring Arrant/men- Qa anLafter 12th, traiiis ,vyil .(avaand arrive tit Chicago and Grien Bay Fort Howard) as follows .. WIBCOSSIS pivtaiow : Leave FL II. Arrive in C. D« Pasaenger, ' 6 10 A. M. 8 45 £. u Fight \" - 2 20 p. lii 5 00 A. * Knight Train, 2 05 p. v. •' •. „ * \" \"Leave C. .Arrive in Ft. II. LI«jr Passenger, 9 00 A. M. . 1 1 4 5 P. M Nfcht 1 4 30 P. M. 11-45 A.M Untight Train .. 1100 A. M Bleeping ears on all night-tra^nc. .' . \" MBTEOHOLOQIOAli. jtept by C. E. Hoyt% Dealer in Dry Goods • and, Groceries. MABCD. 21 21 23 22 2H \" 24 ,24 . 25 ... 2r». : ' 2*V\\ . 26 / TIMR. \\VlSD. WEATnfeB 8 a m 4 pm 8 a in ,4pm 8 si m 9A 36a 24a 28a 24a 4 p m 40a 8 am 4pm •J AM 4 p ih 8 a in- 4 p'nl 8 a m \"4 p iii 26a 32 - (5 a 30a 14a ..-' 40 a ..20iv 30a : ' N , ' . . NW E . E NW S NTVV NW NW NW my N\\V sr S .' ' Cleair. • .Clear. • Sjiowing. Snowing. Clear. ...

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 — 29 March 1866

*.''v V ' i^STTTIRCa-EOlSr •**4 THURSDAY, MARCH 29.18G&. ?*V-. * ' •• • of the late war and put • down the rebellion. \\ - ' * '-• • • * *' :• Very respectfully,syour ob't serv't . \" . W . G . B R O W N L O W , O ' V Governor of TcnneSse.- -.$T„ OSP T£3tfSESSEE. litportaBt Lrltcr from Governor \\ - Ilrownlow. • ~Tf^v v * ^ XA?nviM.r„ Mrtreh 8,1S6C. % SUn. T. KELI.CV, llouscof Represcn- ! Matives, AVashinc(V IV Of - / f . yIteAK Sir.—Inclosed I send you a copy of fogr proclamation, from which you vrilt learn that a fiction of tvvontv-one disorpan- v uer* hate, in the true spirit of the lateini- quitous rebellion, withdrawn, and reduced our House of Representatives below a quo­ rum. I need not add further remarks as the proclamation fully discusses the points at issue. •- - \\On Friday last the election of the county omtfers took place throughout the State oyh »s Clerks. SherilFs^.Iiistiees, Trustees ana Tax Collectors, and' in Middle: and r West Tennessee the rebels have made...

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 — 5 April 1866

• • ' • V r m -.'• ?• \"•' 4t ' ' ' 1- -V -' v-fe ::'-''1-,: •' *• '- \\ • \" r .. •—^ •• V. 4 JOSEPH HABBIS/Publi slier, rOK AMKRTQAN UNITY AGAINST ALL FOES, - • •' '• • VOLUME IV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN : THURSDAY, APRIL 5,1866. TEBHS—$1.00 A YEAR. NUMBER 47 v ' IS PUBLISHED EVERT -t. . .\\ TIEUR S D AYUOM N.IN G BY : T V '-- *•' J O 8 E P II 1IA RRI S , '• ' *\" \" TERMS •. \" \". i?»rftBnaia,iii advanee JI 00 ,8iagl«oopias in wrappers,ready for mailing M be had at the Offioe atfivece*t8gensopy» Jftovg. RATES OP AOVBTBTISlIfa .• 1 Square (12 lines or lees) one week, $ 1 00 i Square (12 lines or less) two weeks, 150 ftSaeh additional week - - - - 25 j g • • • • • • • ~ - - IR- R* ••• • • •, :—— . \" • -- . 1 3 months.! t months. I 1 yea Square - | Column, - r | Column, f I Column, - $ 2 00 5 00 10 00 15 00 ( 3 00 •8 00 15 00 26 00 Business Cards per line one jrear $ 5 00 1200 . 20 00 40 00 - 1 1 25 B U S I N E S S D I E E C ? O K Y . ^ILLTAlfKrSRESSER. COURT Commissioner, Cler...

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 — 5 April 1866

•p-% *riIURSlA5f, APRIL 5. ISfiCi TIILS SEC©*'® VETO. .': •\" The Presid»nt has again struck a blow in the defence-pf Htauthern traitors, and has ^ added hit* influence to the project of prac- 1 re-ent4afiMg the -freedtnen.' H\" e Civil rights Bill passed by Congress \" has been returned to that body, with the . objections of the President. This Bill has •M received'even more than the Freedman's Bureau Bill,'the approbation of the Union party, and the decisive votes by which it passed both Houses of Congress, show clearly its importance. • f Professed friends of the President like Senator DOOLITTI.K advocated it and voted for its passaged Its\" purpose was to secure the perfect equality of all person, before the law, and deprive any State of the power to . make laws discriminating against the frccd­ inen. -AB its title indicates, it was to pro- toct the civil rights of the Frcedmen in those communities where he is hated, and where laws have been passed which prac­ tically re-en...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 5 April 1866

^ \\ f 'T Mu OWCIAL PA PES OF THE COOJTT. TOWXMD COUXTY ITEMS =fc STUItC3-EJp3Sr B-At^sr tlfURSDA r, XP22JX 5,1866. ' j j'4fcl^.\"W«R. R.—S^r««g Arraugemeh \"ftaund afterjMonvlay,\"March 12 th, traiBS wit art nd arrive at Chicago- and Green Bay Fortf Howard) as follows: , j f •WI8C058IH pnrcstos. \"\" Leave Ft, HvArrive in C. 6 10 A.M. 8 45 p. if 2 20'P. M. 5 00 A.* 2 05 p. K.. \"lieair* G. Arrive\" in Ft. H. 9 4)0 A. M. .11 45 p. * 4 30 p. 114,5 A.* 1109 A,* PajrPassanger, Iftght 2freightN Day Passenger, ..\"Night Freight Train l!jleeptag cars oil cations of a run of sap, is from the nas&l organs of those afflicted with colds. Like a philospher, we \"grin and bear it,\" though sometimes the grin deepens into a scowl, and with mingled'feelings of sad­ ness and anger, wc gaze into the sloppy streets and muse on the dilapidated \"condi- ian of our soles. ' all night train*. METEOROLOGICAL. JSepily C, E. Hoyt, Dealer in Dry Goods and Groceries. . ' 5 . ILIBCH. *66. TIME.* \"WIN...

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 — 5 April 1866

m 5BB5S §om (Eawntg gifofafc, STtmCKBCW BLA.\"^ THURSDAY, APRILS. 1866. . JULIUS BAUER & GQ. * . THE ASSASSINA TION. • Til® IxmlsTille RevelatloiiMiA Mlngnlar Statement. . From the Louisville Courier.. • The man, Sterling King, in jail in this . , city, who confesses that he was the person - who attempted the life Of Secretary JSeward last April, claims to be a native of Virginia, •?id states that he was a cousin of Horatio King, formerly Assistant Postmaster Geri- • ewl. - ' • In 1868 ho figured as a lawyer m Cin- oinnati, and also obtained permits for the, ' *• shipment of goods to Memphis. While thus engaged, he was arrested by the inili- - tary authorities, charged with uttering dis- . * loyal sentiments, tried by court martial, \" and sentenced to six month's/labor pn the fortifications back of Covingtori, with a ^ ball 4nd chain attached to his leg. For some reason, the sentence was not carried _ into effect. V 4 . Sometime time afterward, he appeared in Abingdon, Virgin...

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 — 12 April 1866

JOSEPH HABBI^Pablisher. FOE AMERICAN UNITY AGAINST ALL FOES, tEBMB-$I.OO A YEAE. VOLUME IV. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN : THURSDAY, APRIL 12,1S6G. NUMBER 48 f}0*r tenty i 18 PUBLISHED EVERY TijaURSD AYMO R N.I N G- \\ BY •. , '. • '' ' :: J .OjS fi P H n A R It I s, '••'Is- \"TERMS 'v: ~ -- *«ranaam,inadvance, v SI 00 SiagUoopiw in wrappers,ready for mailing •• bo had at the Offiee at fiveceats per oopy. RATES OF APYK-RTISIK6 • * 1 Square (12 line« or less) one wepk, I Square (12 Une« or less) two weeki, 8a«h additional week - $1 00 1 50 •25 Srnonths.l 6 months. I 1 yea | Square - - $2 00 } Column, - - 5 00 1 Column, - - 10 00 I Cqlamri, - - 15 00 Bailaeu Ckrdt per lino one year - $ 3 00 8 00. 15 00 - 2# 00 $ 5 00 12 00 . 2 0 0 0 40 00 1 25 B U S I N E S S D I R E C T O R Y . WILLIASFK. DRESSER. tiooaT Commiitioner, Clerk of Circuit Court and Deputy Register of Deeds for Door county. - — C. E. HOYT, . . Da4f.cn in TtJ Goods, GrocerW PrqrUiona and Tinware, • .' V* Sturgeon Bay, Septe...

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 — 12 April 1866

X \" m JOSEPH HARRIS,# . V 11EXRY HARRIS, I LD,TOKI- t , / . . • 5 government in the transportation of any ' j property or,troops of th&, United Stated. = | Sue. 5. And he it further enacted, That i before it shall be competant for .said State to dispose of any of said lands, to be select-. ^ l ed as aforesaid, the phn of said brcakwa- . I ter and harbor and the route of said canal 1 shall be established, and a plat or plats ] thereof shall be filed in the office of the • j War Department, and a duplicate thereof j filed in the oflice of the Commissioner of the General Land Office. • r tr I o* .1 •. ! Sec. 4. And he it further enacted, That ar issue of March 2n^, in the art*|.ftha ^ bl:rakwater, harbor, and ship itlcd 44 Joltings from Washington, i^antiK shall not he completed within three (living i con- jywirs from the passage of this act, the STTXItGKEOlKr S-A.3^ THURSDAY, APRIL 12. ISfiG. Corrcrllon. In our •le entitled .bad mistake was'made. V Versation \"between Secretary S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1862-1897
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1862-1897 — 12 April 1866

3 ^FFICTAL FAPEK OF THE COWTV. to .V AiyP CQP.\\TY ITEMS nSTORGKEON BAY •. T.iiTRSDA F, APRIL 12,1866. 11 00 A. M Jfc 3f.\"%V. R. It.-^pnn? Arrangemen On atid after.Monday,\"March 12th, trains wil nd arrive at Chicago and Green P4J Foit Howard) as follows ^ • WISCONSIN PIVI810S. v - Leave Ft. H. Arrive iri C. twt Pineiiwr, 6 10-a. m. 8 45 p. jc 2 20:p.k, 5 00 A.K Mfreight Trwn, 2 05^.*. \"Leave Ci Arrive in Ft. H. Pay Passenger, 9 00 a.m. 11 45 I* m . «*.. 4 30 P. V. j H 4o,A. M freight Train — . i Sleeping ears on all night trains. ^METEOROLOGICAL. .. JBrpt by C- E HoyU Dealer in Dry Goods and Groceries. , Wixn. j Wkathkr 42a XW Cloudy. 45a S - Raining. 38a XW Cloudy. 34a W Cloudy. 2oa SW Cloudy. 32a ' XW, Cloudy. ~^9a X • Clear. .'• 4T»a S, Clear. i32a S Clear. ®a S Cloudy. 44a. S Clojidy. - 3«»a i?- Raining. 40a S CKiudy. 4 • 4 5 5 6 * 7 7 8 9 9 . 1«« 10 '66 TIMK. , 8 a. nu 4p.m. 8 a. m. 4 p. in. . S a. m. 4 p. m. 8 a, n» : . 4p. m« 9 a. m. a\" 8 a. m. ' : 4p. in.1 8 a.m...

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