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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 February 1900

This paper has a guaranteed cir­ culation of 2.300. Advertisers know what that means. ^ \\ % K-K ' V '* V'7\\ This paper i$ the best medPum for advertising in the county. We also do Job Work' VOL. 38--NO. 45. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. 1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Sturgeon Bay man i?IIs«lUK. The friends of Jas. LeCIair are consider­ ably worried as toi the whereabouts of the young,man, not having heard anything of him for a couple of months. He was employed on one of the P. &P. M. boata running across Lake Mich, igan all season, and in the fall wrote his mother that he was going up to Lake Super­ ior fo? a short while. He was then to go to Milwaukee, where he expected to obtain a berth for the winter. That is the last heard of him, and his maternal relative is natural­ ly very much exercised over the matter: • Winter Navigation Interrupted. The Algomah got back on the route be­ tween here\" and Menominee last Saturday night after having been in dock...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 February 1900

A / THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. ' V ' ' ' • « O N E A V l Y t - i gilent amid the knao-deep snows, I see the farmhouse old'aiid gray And my sad heart froes back to those Who from its roof have passed away. - V No foot-track marks the leveled walk, No trace of passing wheel or'sled Dim phantoms of the sea-foe stalk Around the walls with ghostly tread. No IrinmyBmoke-wteathaftentlygo Above the dhimneys quaint and tall ... The ivy-vines, bowed down with snow, Have fallen from the crumbling waU. A low, sad moan the sea-wind mases . On windows closed to life and-light ' And, mingling with the flying'flalces,' . The sea-gulls wheel their shadow flight. - But Memory with the past is rife, :V When that old homestead lorn and gray : Was jubilaiit with love, and life. :. That no one deemed would pass away. From yon low oriel's jleep recess What'beauteous eyes once beamed for me, \\ When fltars began to crowd and press Through darkening skies o'er earthand sea! O, happy days! how free fr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 17, WASHINGTON'S hlUTUDAV. In their ragged regimentals Stood the old Continentals, \" Yielding not\" %' 'r, } When the grenadiers'were lunging, And like hail fell the plunging . Cannon shot ' • When the files . : On the isles, _. Prom the smoky night encampment. Tore the banners of the rampant . Unicorn, : And grummer, grnmmer, grummer • Boiled the roll of the drummer,\" ' % ' Through the morn. . : ' - Then with eyes to the front all, • And -with gtuis horizontal,. Stoodonrsires: And the balls whistled deadly, ' :And in streams flashing xedly Blazed the fires As the root, , On the shore - r \" Swept the strong battle breakers . - , O'er the green-sodded acres ' Of the plain - - And louder, louder, louder : V Cracked the black gunpowder, Cracking amain ! Now like smiths at their forgfci ' / • Worked the red St. George's :•}, Cannonoers7 C And the \"villainous saltpetre\" . Bung a fierce* discordant meter ' •Bound their ears .• As the swift \" Storm drift, _ - W...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 February 1900

X : THE ADVOCATE, 17, TTIE ADVOCATE. .EtUertiI in tht Pastctfiice at Sturgeon Say, Hit., at V teiotid-clasti mail matter. having failed in this, stones and missiles were thrown through the costly windows, which wemtotally wrecked, entailing much monetary loss ,on the society. Burglaries are also numerous in Oconto, where three PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. $1.50 • Oneyear ...... Six months . FOur'months....... . .. —..... '•.*•:•. -SO Two months , \\.SJ5 Single copies.............. ................ .05 : pgr Two dollars will be charged if not paid Within the year.- STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, FEB. 17, WOO The B. & O. railway company recently refunded $8,600,000 of its indebtedness at the rate of 4 per cent, interest. ' The subject of building a trolley linetho entire length of the 'Wisconsin River valley is being agitated through the columns of the - newspapers in that part of the state. ' The gubernatoral...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 February 1900

THB\"ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, FEB. IT, 1900. FRANK LONG Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Don't forget the lecture this Friday evening by Prof. Merica, to be given under the auspices of the University Club., —The weather bureau mates the follow­ ing forcaet this (Friday) morning:, Fair and continued cold tonight and-Saturday . —Member of the M. W. A. are requested to attend a meetingto be held Monday eve­ ning for the transaction of important busi­ ness. —The Ladies'Aid Society of the Catholic , church will give card parties on Friday and Monday evenings, 23d and 25th inst., at Marquette hall. „ —The work of enlarging and otherwise improving the plant of the B. P. Co. here has been commenced and is being pushed forward as fast as circumstances will permit, —The publication of .the proceedings of • the county board of supervisors is conclud­ ed in this weeks issue, and after this the space ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 17,1900. «HOPE FOB AU.» BV DAVID SAKUCtS. • Out in the whirling snojcv : . •.: And the frost so cruel and keen, .' . While wild winds bitterly blew, ','v ' , And'never a star is seen, Two little faces pinched and wan, : • Haggard and thin and woe-begone, ''•••• V In the glow of a dim lamp's gleam. Children out in the snow tonight! Shivering there in the frosty light, » That falls with flickering beam On streets all muffled and drear and dumb. As. the streets in cities of shaft and tomb I Brother and sister? Aye, Out in the terrible cold Their fluttering rags are gray. ' And there's frost in every fold. Tvix little voices, sharp and shrill, Bise in a timorous, trembling trill, Where the light falls over the snow, lingers numbed by the piercing air Thrum the threads of an old harp there. Through wild winds bitterly blow. • The voices shudder, and rise and fall, And the song they're singing is, \"Hope for All.\" Eddies of aiTowy spray Whirl doWn from roof and ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. Btrenress cabdh. P. Dscraa, Pres. • H. FBTZBB, Cashier. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al­ lowed on time deposits. Also make abstracts, sell real estate and place inanranee. We Own the Only Complete Abstract of Title in Door Ooanty. Agents for A & W., K., G. B. A W. . and C. k N/W. By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in M. E. Lawrence block. \\ - EUREKA HOUSE, \\, ' LINC. EB8KINE, Proprietor. A Jacksonport, - - 'Wisconsin L The public is invited to give me atrial. V: BAIT VIEW HOUSE, / JOHN GOETTEIiMANK. Prop. Sawyer, . • . 'Wisconsin. This is one of the best houses oil the penin­ sula- There is also a first-class .Livery Stable connected with the house. Drivers, andngs at all hours of the day and night. Telephone. B. I». COOV, » ATTOBNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, . , — , ..- Wisconsin. Collections a speoialty. Office oveif. Mer^ chants Exchange Bank. '. Â¥. y. WREUTZER, - ATTOBNET A.T LAW. Sturgeon Bay, - - • Wisco...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 February 1900

j4v ^ - v/ JUST ARRIVED--SPRING GOODS. | j 25 oases of Shoes ill all of the latest styles. 3 Regardless of the advance in ^prices we will 3 sell them at the old prices: $1.15,1.25,1.49, 2 1.75,2.00,2.25,2.49, and 2.75. Men's Oil Grain Shoes at $1.25, 1.49, 1.75, 2.00 and 2.20. Men's Fine Shoes at $1.39,1.49, 2.00, 2.50, = and 3.00., , 5 100 Ladies' Collarettes just arrived. We 3 want your trade on these goods and make a 2 low price: 81.39, 1.49,1,79,1:98, 2 39, 2.79,300, 3 E 3.50, 4.00, 4.75, 5.25, 6.99, 7.50, 8.00, and 9.00. _ 3 t • Men's Working and Dress Shirts in all the latest styles and' patterns. 3 5 .prices to suit all: 25c, 39o, 49c, 60c, 75c, -,89o, 98c, and 81.25. Sure to suit 3 'yoU. . v . .\\ V.:'v ' - 3 We expect our big line of Cadie and Soft Hats for the summer oti the 3 next boat, nnd if you will but call and take a glance in our hat room that 3 E. we have fitted for the purpose we are sure to please you, Sili ith- Bassford Co, tmuiuuimumu,iuiiki,liitluiitiuuiiuuuii...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 February 1900

This paper has a guaranteed cir­ culation of 2.37$. Advertisers know what that means. 8oti0i Thispdper is the test Medium for advertising in the county. We also do Job Work. £ ' VOL. 38-NO. 46. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. $i 50 A YE^lR LAKE MARINE NEWS. They Have Given It Up. ' Operations for the relief of the Algomah and Ann Arbor No. 1 have been suspended temporarily if. not abandoned altogether for an indefinite period. The Arctio returned to Manitowoc on' Wednesday and on the day following the services of the Pankratz weie dispensed w and the tug laid up. . A dispatch front Manitowoc under date of Wednesday gives the information that Ann Arbor No. 3 had injured her rudder so bad­ ly while turning around in the river that she would have to be docked for repairs and would not be able to come to the assistance of the carferry and ice-crusher for some time at\" least. If this be true it would indicate that the company are in no particular hurry and may wait u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 February 1900

ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. VlRGLlRHT. JDe&r Mother J)nslc has stolen in, , !, • And, cloae rinto tho chimney tall, • Bier wheel doth swiftly torn «»nd spin. And Btraightway darker shadows fall. And straightway red the florae doth start, Thp hearthstone is alight once more TJThile shifting {ihantom fires dart Athwart tho ceilinff nnd the floor. • Ootside a giant wind in Tain &th striven for a welcome here, And now upon the Window pane Soft, truant Bnowtlnkes whirl and peer. But let the giant madly blow! . What matter if he storms or grieves? Tori from the fiery embers' slow, • lenr mother Dusk a story weaves. Uffthinks it could not well be told, ' Because, in truth, 'tis seen, not spoke . The princess. though hath hair of gold. The ogre's beard is curling smoke. Anil where his charred old castle stands, y Beside the'moat and drawbridge there, ., : W» see her \"wring her lily hands. We spy thnt. lovely floating hair! IFain would we to her rescue fly. When lo! the drawbrid...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. SOMETHING GfiMBAT. • The trial was ended—the vigil past -V , All- clad in Mb arms was the knight at last, 'The goodliest.knight in the whole wide land, With eyes thatshone with a purpose grand. The King looked on him with gracious eyes, And said: \"He is ineet for some high em- • . prise.\" ' To himself he thought : \"I will conqoer fate: I will surely die, or do something great.\" So from the palace he rode away There was trouble and need in the town that- day: .--i. A child bad strayed from his mother's side v Into the woodland dark and wide. 1 \"Help 1\" cried the mother, with sorrow wild— \"Help me. Sir Knight, to seek my child! The hungry wolves in the forest roam Help me to bring my lost one home!\" Jto shook her hand from his bridle rein: ''Alas! poor mother, you ask in vain. Borne meaner succor will do, may be, Some squire or varlet of low degree. There are mighty wrongs in the world to right I keep my sword for a noble fight. I am sad at hea...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 February 1900

ADVOCATE* FEBETOKY 24, 1900. TIIE ADVOCATE. Entered in tht Poilqffice at Sturgeon Bay, int., a» itewiMW wtoM »i PUBLISHED EVEEY SATUKDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF StJBSCBIPTION. One yew. • Six months. . FOB $1.50 •7B .50 _our months. ••••• Two months .........i Single copies. 05 HT Two dollara will be charged it not paid within the year. 8TCBGEON BAY, SATURDAY. FEB. 24,1900 The English have lost., upward of 11,000 men in killed, -wounded and captured BO far • iB tlie conflict in the Transvaal. Kansas City has captured the Democratic National convention. Milwaukee made a hard fight but Wisconsin is too strong a gold state to satisfy the adherents of the 16 to 1 theory. Isaac Stephenson will present the city of Marinette with a library building arid grounds fto- cost approximately $55,000. The material will consist of Amburg granite, taken from the quarries in that county, and ' the-structure will undoubtedly be the hand­ somest and most c...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 February 1900

i \\\\ \\' THE ADYQCATEj EFBRIIARY 24, 1900. ' \\ 1 1 , v 1 v ^ ' TH^aAioyoc^TE. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, FEB. 24,1900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OP LOCAL INTEREST. —The following letters remain uncalled for atthe local pratoffice: George W. Finch (2), J. L. Lallard, Mr. George Early. —The city presented a gala day appear. Mice on Thursday, when a very large num­ ber of flags were flung to the breeze in hon­ or of Washington. —Following is, the forecast this (Friday) morning: Snow flurries this afternoon partly cloudy tonight Saturday fair, cold wave, high northwest winds. —The Congregational ladies' aid society will give an afternoon tea at the home of Mrs. C. B. Packard on Thursday afternoon, March 1st. All are invited. —Although the boats destroyed the ice bridge on Sunday by the following Monday morning it had become strong enough to admit of the passage of foot passengers once more. \" —The weather for the past week has been on ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 February 1900

TH^ABV6GA^,jFEBR^Ai^- 24, 1900. /• . VKAR UTTLG HANDS. Dear Uttle hands, I loved them so I And now they are lying under the snow— • Under the snow, so cold and whito, l ean not see them, or touch them tonight. They are quiet and stilt at last,,ah, mo! Howbusy and restless they usod'to be! But now they can never reach up through the „ • Know. Dear little hands, I loved them so! Dear Uttle hands. I miss them sol All through the day, wherever I go— All through the night, how lonely it seems, l?or no, little hands wake me out of my dreams. I lniss them all through the weary hours, I miss them as others miss sunshine and . flowers Pay time, or night time, wherever I go. Dear little hands, I miss them so 1 Dear little hands, they have gone from me ,v\\ , now, '•' • Never again will they rest on my brow- Never again smooth my sorrowful face, Never elasp mo in a childish embrace.' .' And. now my forehead, grows wrinkled with care, _ • Thinking of little hands, once resting there. But I know...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 February 1900

' . V- - THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. ./ 1 BVStSESS CAKDS. D. DWJKBB, Pres. H. FETZEB.Casliier. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al­ lowed on time deposits. Also make abstracts, sell real estate and place insurance. We Own the Only Complete Abstract of Title in Boor Coanty. ' Agents for A 4 W., K, G. B. & W. and 0. A N. w. By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in M. E. Lawrence block. EUREKA HOUSE, , iilNC. ERSKIKE, Proprietor. Jaoksonport, - N - Wisconsin • The public is invited to give me a trial. BAY VIEW HOUSE, JOHN GOETTTLMANN. Prop. Sawyer, ' - . • Wisconsin. This ia one of the best houses on the penin- snla. There is also a flrst-olass livery Stable connected with the house. Drivers and rigs at all hours of the day and night. Telephone. B. p. conv, ATTORNEY AT LAW. StnrgeonBay, - ..Wisconsin. , Collections a specialty. • Office over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. ' . ... Yi T. MtElJTZEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW. .Sturgeon Bay, - -j : Wisconsin. Busine...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 February 1900

iADyoeASTE# FEBRUARY 24? 1900. GROCERY Our stock is always complete, and we wont charge you any raorfe than our neighbors. To convince you that we are lower | we quote a few prices 100 lbs. Beet Patent Four.... $1 00 100 lbs. \"Our Only Grade\" Flour... 1 76 100lba. \"SliverLeaf' Flour (Al... 1 76 • 100 lbs. Rye Flour. 1 60 White Cloud Soap (large size). 6o • 1 lb. pkg, Kirk's Soap Powder........ 4o 10 Bare of Good Soap Nice Sweet Oranges, doz....... Choice Messina Lemons, doz . Choice no to 00 Prunes, lb..... Choice California Prunes, lb... Xondon Layer Baisins, lb...... ....: 85e .JSOc So 9c lOc J2 Bars Kirk's Toilet Soap........... - .850 Naval Seedless Oranges, doz .... *®c Choice Evaporated Apples, lb l©o Choice 40 to 50 Primes, lb.............. 8o Choice Cleaned Currants, lb. pkg. -.. lOc We have juat added to our lice the finest of Men'8 Dress • Shirts that ever wad shown In the city, and would be pleased to : have you call and look them over. 1 • . / .. • •- J Smith-Bassfo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 March 1900

This paper has a guaranteed cir­ culation of 2.375. Ad^rtiseirsknow what that means. fev-T'fiA:b= ''U:JcV JLuUrietl SoaUtf 'Us paperis the best- medium f or advertising in the county) We also do Job Work. ' 38-NO. 47. STCRORON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900 81.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Came Near Foundering. 1 . The carferry Muskegon came near going down qn Lake Michigan during the storm of last Friday night and Saturday \"while en- route from Muskegon' to Milwaukee with twenty-six loaded care on board. When in mid-lake the rudder stock broke and the big craft being rendered nearly unmanage­ able became a play thing for the monster waves that were running. To add to the teiTore of the thirty-six people constituting the crew the heavy plunging of the vessel caused the cars to become derailed, and a number of them were swept overboard with their contents, consisting of valuable mer- chandise. Some of those that remained on the deck were thrown against the others and badly wrec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 March 1900

. \\ J • THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 3, 1900. lottr#. 'STRETCH' IT A I.ITTMS.\" Mnidging alenjf the slippery street, Two childish figures, with aching feet, And hands benumbed by tho biting cold. Were rudely jostled bv youne and old, Hurrying homeward at close of day \\ Over tho city's broad highway. Kobody noticed nor seemed to care for the little rugged, shivering pair Ifobody saw how close they crept . Into the wanntli of each gas jot Which Anns abroad its mellovry light Ftom the gay shop windows ill the nigbt \"Como under my coat.\" said little Nell. A» tears ran down Joe's cheeks, arid fell On her own thin fingers, stiff with cold. \" 'Taint very big, but I guess 'twill hold Both you Mid me if only I try lb stretch it a little. So now don't cry.\" The garment was small and tattered and thin. Bnt Joe was lovingly folded in Close to the heart of Nell who knew That stretching the coat for the noeds of two Would double the warmth, and halve the pain Of the (tutting wind and the icy rain\"...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 3, 1900. : •••. LULl^BY. : • . BY- SX1U. AI.ICS BROWN*. '' - Ky little white\\tose Heth in my breast, • } Thro* the long, sad nights of Tain— -' V And the . little fair face to my dumb' heart • '.pressed, (Pushes the cruel pais 1 : * Sleep, little one, in your downy nest, • • s : ' Wild falleth the night and the rain— : .• Lullaby 1 , : The rain is loud on the mossy, roof, ' And low on the beaten sand— Leafless the elm-bonghs shiver aloof, Swayed by a ghostly hand: He smilea in the sleep that is sorrow-proof, ' He walks in a stormless land— • . Lullabyi Ohi shining head of the tawniest gold! 1 ' Pnre lips, like a flower unblown Oh dimpled hands of daintiest mould, , Eyes, bluer than March skies sown With the tender glint of the dawning cold, . : And the lily Morn unblown— . Lullabyi \" Pile poppies are pressing his white lids shut Over his violet eyes, With balmy kisses his lips are mute, • Folded the wee hand lies v He is holding fast the golden fruit ' He gathe...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 March 1900

THE ABVOCATE, MARCH 3, THE ADVOCATE. Entered in Vie PotKtfRct te&mgtdn Sag^mt^dt ' teamti-clats mail tnatltr. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY-AT STUB- GEOSBBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ...... -- - Six months Four months ••••• • Two months - Single copies . j'. -.v... . Kr-Two dollars will-be charged if not paid within the year. $1.50 .50 .25 .05 STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. MAR. 8. 1000 if the future of the Republican party is to any man an object of great solicitude, let him reflect that its fortunes will be retrieved and promoted much less surely by abusing: jnen fpr not supporting in the past than by showing them good reasohs why they should support in the future. - Our Democratic brethren who are so un­ sparing in their criticism and denunciation of President McKinley because of the com- plications growing out of the Spanish Amer­ ican war seem to have forgotten that every one of their members in both houses of con­ gress voted for the ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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