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

THE ADVOCATE, AS AKTIST'S nonet*. if BT NUHOBS HEN8H4W BADEN. Tarn baok the picture to the wall ' • v That gazes from the easel Uins? The hand that drew is dead, and all Is ended, nbw, for all of DS. Oh, not his life alone, bat mine Goes down into his grave today, ' ~ . As, falling of the toach divine, \\ My very'portrait fades away. Von look askance -My portrait? Yes. ' •True, X have lent to many a one His canvas saints' and sinners' dress, ' Bat this was just myself began. ^ Yon woald not think that fresh, pare face , The same that every studio knows — '• That girlish form's unconscious grac6 Your model's well-considered pose? Oh, never any one like him Had brain and heart to feel and know! The others painted tarn of limb. And fleah and blood's mere surface glow Bat he, with vision swift and strong, V Pierced deep to what they coold not see. And through the web of chance and wrong, Discerned the hidden sonl of me. M tell you, with bis kind, keen eyes - He looked straight throngh t...

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 November 1900

i -.- \"OOATE. the P'lf'ojUct at &t«rgion llav, I''\". at 'meant.*!-!™ .man. matt*'. PUBLISHED EVKliY. SATURDAY AT STUK- GKOK BAY. WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES. OF SUBSCBIPTION. *1.50 .TS .5(1 81i months ..... Fonr months..... — ..........• Situjlecopies—— ........ t3&~Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, NOV. 3. 1900. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For President— • WILIJAM MdfUNLEY. For Vice-President— THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Congress. Eighth Dist.— EDWARD 8. MINOR. • r •' • For Governor— ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE. For Lieut. Governor— ' JESSE STONE. For Secretary of State— \\VM. H. FROELICH. For. State Treasurer— JAMES O. DAVIDSON. For Attorney General— EMMET R. HICKS. -For State Superintendent— LORENZO D. HARVEY. For Railroad Commissioner— GRAHAM L. RICE. For Insurance Commissioner—- EMIL GILJOHANN. For Member of Assembly— HENRY OVERBECK, JR, For Sheriff— AUGUSTINE A. MINOR. For County Clerk— L JAMES S. HALSTEAD. For Co...

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 — 3 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE. * 3. •THE- ADVOCATE. STUBGEON BAT. SATURDAY. NOV. 3, 1«0. PRANK LONG, Editor and (Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The Hotel Colignon is being repainted by B. Deiter. • —Please to bear in mind that $1.50 pays for The Advocate from now until January 1st, l'J02. . —The. island mill shut down Tuesday evening, and the establishment will remain^ 1 ed closed until next spring. \\ —The Rosenberg Dry Goods Co.- have added a telephone to their establishment for the convenience of the patronB. —A heavy fall of rain passed over this region early Sunday morning, resulting in lowering and damp weather during the fol­ lowing day or two. —The addition to the Hotel French is rapidly nearmg completion, and -another week or two oi favorable weather will see it nearly ready for occupancy. —Here it is after the'1st of November and still no frost, at least notenough to kill veg- etaton. This is and lias been a most re­ markable season with referenc...

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 — 3 November 1900

»XWLXR CI.IPP ANO WAVE. \" ST NATHAN ). OBHBR. Wo roame^a strip of golden beach, . 'Twixt gleaming cliff and creaming wave Serene oar thoughts and light our speech As STor Love to votary gave. : :' For fond the vow that leaped to lip .,. And fond the ear that heartomod • It eeom6d that the sands could never slip : Beneath our feet, or with ooze and drip'1 Of a stormier time bo darkened. 0 gleaming cliff! O creaming sea! In accord that day with your joy wore we. Again we roamod that strip of beach, 'Twixt beetling crag and blackening waste Morose our thoughts and wild our speech AB ever Love's soft roigi displaced. For the vows had lapsed, the day-dream fled No glances met, adoring And the drenched sands crumbled beneath our ' tread, - Or with storm's debris 'were widely spread, . While the waves at oar feet were roaring! O beetUng'crag!\" O blackening sea! In accord that daj with your wrath were we. We parted, ne'er 'twixt cliff and wave ' 'To wander mote in sun or storm. ' 1 know ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 3, 1900. Jfann atti) \\.THIS MAN JONES* This man Jones was what you'd call A feller aa hed no sand at all \" Kindo' consump'ed, and andorsize. And Bailor-complected, wjth big sad eyee, And a kind of-a-eort-of-abang-dog etyle. And a aneakin' sort-of-a half-way emile ' That kindo' give him away to as . - As a preacher, maybe, or aomethin' wnss. ' Didn't takewith the gang—well, no- Bat Htill we managed to use him, though— Coddin' the gilley along the route. And drivin' the stakes that he pulled out— For I was one of the bosses then, .And, of course, stood in with the canvaamen And the way we put up jobs, you know On this man Jones jes' beat the show! Used to rattle him scandalous, • And keep the feller a-dodgin'us. And a-sbyin'round jes'skeered to death. And afeerd to whimper above his breath Give him a cussin', and then a kick, And then a kind of-a back-hand lick— Jes' for the fun of seein' him cliinb Around with a head on half the time. But what was the curiouse...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 November 1900

TIIE ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 3, 1900. ^immTnTTTr?nffn^nn rTtTnnHnntrmmCTnfmTt»ff»»mwwnwnH»»»wn»Wtni| /V^oupeemept! John and Win. Bassford announce to the | people of Sturgeon Bay and Door county that they | are the Sole Owners of the Smith-Bassford Co. 1 store and promise to treat and. use everybody in -.a , the very highest of manner. They will-always pay §j the highest market pr'ce for farm produce and sell | goods as cheap as the very cheapest. The stock is 1 u p -to-date in every respect, the buyer, John Bass- 3 ford, having had nineteen years experience in buy- a ing and knows what the people want., Watch the | weekly papers for prices. 4 | SMITH-BASSFORD CO.t | \\ JOHN and WM. BASSFOSD. | 23-2 23^ 23-2 23-2_ 23-2 NEWS OF THE COUNTY. f3-2 ps-2 ||33*2 j23 2 |23\"2 s ' 2 3 2 23-2 123\"2 !23\"2 is the time when wind and sun' combine to put tan and freckles where hereto- fore there has been a mixing of delicate pink ' • and white on \"my fair lady s* cheeks. \"Beauticream\" is t...

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 — 10 November 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaiiiing. All Care- fully selected and set up at home. v VOL. 39--NO. 31. IIAMSON - 'Historical Society ^ M ' STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1900. We use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. 1.60 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Sot So Bad as Reported. The Duncan City returned Saturday from Ludington, -whither she had been with a couple of stone scows. \"While at that port she\" got tangled up -with the F. & P. M. No. 2. A heavy southerly gale was blowing ' at. the time, Thursday evening, and the tug was going into the harbor while the steamer •was coming out and when passing the lat­ ter passed, the stern scow the two grazed each other, knocking a piece, off the scow's The report from Ludington published A. Sew Dally Line to Menominee. The steamer Algomah of St. Ignace, that was engaged in the ice-crushing business last winter, is to - establish a daily service be­ tween this port and-Me...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 November 1900

§ • , TIIE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10, 1900. HO.Y1K AGAIN. BT KTIIRL. I.fSS. • -\"'Homo again, oh! friend, trow the roottptaia tops, -y \"Where the clouds hang low betweon, the peaks tip-toe for the son's first kiss, .How asain, what hast th geont\" '1 fe&ve seen tlie peaks of the mountain glow. - I have Been God's glory, friend i$ could scarcely tell where the sky began, SVhare the earth-rim neared its end. •••''. \"\"Bat I tjiw, t ho white, hiu utin g liill and sky, • Or the rock, or the rosy mist, ' Xi» beloved eyes, now forever shut, v \"The lips in a coffin kissed.\" .' • -*Homo ngaiQ, oh! friend, from' the. ocea&shpre\", -V:- yF I moaning. rcsUcsa BOB *, What tnlo was writ on the waiting sand,' . What spng had the surf for thee?\" *' •**! have heard the wail of the solemn tide, But to write ontli'o wtlve-wet shore \"*\" : . \"*.rl)jeit,«imemberod words I would fain forget— \"Only friendship nothing more.' \"•\"Home again, oh! friend, from a foreign land, ' Was the wide w...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10, liiOO. fnttoj). • TUB KXII.Ki« KBTDKN. • BIT EMLA BLOODWOBTH. : , He'ftood without one fettering band— b?: Y D pon hi» native nliore Tlie joyx and freedom tliat hope brings Wore all hie own once more / fl The weary pain and roinery i * T That haunt the captive's lot, ' V ! r Tba past—the bitter, dreary paat-r Was in that hour forgot. He reached liis childhood's home, and paused - To view its aspect fair 1 : .4 No dreaded chance, no dull decay ^ At first he noted there. The same old treeg were casting still- • • ijiheir 8hadow#on the grpjind. **Tho rose, the myrtle and the vine -• - X...... . . Were flourishing arpond. • Ancl yet a fe-irful »tillnef» reigiied , ' . pW each remembered place , . iv He saw no hurrying form appear, ^ , No ev»eet and joyous face, i : . .'V. No kind and welcome Words of cheer, ' No tones that once hml been • ^ . • : The very sunshine of his life • . •\"• •• • Were gladdening the scene. . He stood within his childhood's home!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 10, THE ADVOCATE. Entered in the I\\Ktojncs at Sturgton Bay, Wh., at ' . second-clots mail matteri PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. - FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, BATESrOF SUBSCRIPTION. • #1 One year... Six month$ , Four months....... . Two months ... Single copies .us TWO dollars will be charged if. not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY.SAyPRDAY.NOVlO. 1900. There will e no snide silver dollars for the nest Imi years to come at least from preeent^&ppearances. The Republicans have carried all except 'four counties in this state, viz: Calumet, Dodge, Jefferson and Ozaukee. Kewaunee county gives McKinley 20 ira. Jarity Bohmrieh 11, and Kodgers 27. l'he litter was the opponent of M. T. Parker. The American people can almost always , be depended' upon to do the right thing at the right time. They also know a good thing when they see it. Stocks and bonds have advanced in price since the country has been assured beyond peradventure that th...

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 — 10 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10. 1900. THE ADVOCATE* 8TOBGEON BAY, SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 19C0. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The following is tlie advertised letter list: Miss Mary Peter, John Reitineyer, Oscar Sorenson. • 1 /' —The regular meeting of the common council was fidjourned for one week from last Tuesday evening.' —Thanksgiving day two weeks from next Thursday, the 29th -inst. Christmas falls, on Tuesday this year. ' 3 —The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. C. 3b. Packard next Tuesday afternoon, Nov. -.'„13. All are cordially invited. . . —G. Vistinz on Wednesday picked a rose from his garden the stock of which had bloomed almost continually since last'July. —Jas. A. Myer says The Advocate was misinformed last week when it said that he had sold his home on Grant Btreet. This was not true. -, • —A good many people are taking advan­ tage of ouroffer to furnish The Advocate from now until January 1, 1902, for $1.50, : N ...

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 — 10 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10, 1900. loctrn. Till! WIMOW'S WOO»N(i. • BY MBS. M. A. KTODKB, \" ftr. Mettornich Greon, l am aorry to fay, . Was a bachelor goaty, and grizzled, and gray. Jost forty ho aiitj, though by some 'twaeas- sertcd ' And np to this time has not been controverted. That he Was full fifty iK he was a day. IBs wealth was jnet perfect he dwelt all alone On the Avenue in a most stylieb brown stone, finch a horror of women was from hia heart welling \" That he'd not have a potticoat Been in Mb dwel- . • ' ling, •' • - Wiil® the sight of a boqifet would cause him to groan. : Jost over the way dwelt the belle of the street, Of beauty undoubted, ot figure petite, Who gave grand dejeuners the widow MoTav- • ish • Was famed for ber wit, of her money mostdav- ish, ... • And on Mr. Qreen was unoommonly sweet. She'd pluck from her hot-house a fragrant bon- qnet And send to oar bachelor friend every day,- V. ^ - While he would exclaim aa he entered his carrl :' age,\". .. '\"* ....

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Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 November 1900

\\ THE ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 10, 1900. . jfarm mrb Pome. o w l. ' BY OLIVER 1IEBF0BD. An owl once lived in a hollow tree, And to 'was as wise no wise coold be. The branch of lc&rning he didn't know Could scarce on the tree ofknovvledge grow. He knew the tree from branch to root. And an owl like that can afford to hoot.' And he hooted—until, alas! one day, He chanced to hear, in a casual way, , An insignificant little bird . , Make use of a term he had never heard. He was flyingto bed in the dawning light When he heard her singing with all her might, /'Hurray! hurray for the early worm!\" \"'Dear me,\" said the owl, \"what a singular term X would look it up if it weren't so late. I must rise at dusk to investigate. Early to bed and 'early to rise Makes an owl healthy and stealthy and wise!\" . So he slept like an honest owl all day, And rose in tho early twilight gray, And went to work in the dusky light T6 look for the early worm all night. .. v He searched the country for miles aro...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 November 1900

ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 10, 1900. E True Economy, j Buy your goods where you can buy them the cheapest We are always ready to make the lowest possible price, s Just received a new line of Plush Capes: Capes at.!..,: y.!.......... ... $6.00, $8.40, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 Golf Gapes at........... • .\".\"$9.00,• $10.00, $12.00 Cloth Capes- at. $2.70, $3.60, $1.00,• $5.00, $6.00 Tb Close Out at Cost. Jackets that sold for-flO.OO will go at............ .'. . • • • $5.00 1 Men's Ulsters, heavy up-to-date goods worth $15.00 at .....,...... $9.89 Cheaper Ulsters at. .$5.00 and *8 00 Men's Short Coats at.. • •. .$5.00, $6.00, and $7,00 All kinds of Winter Rubbers at the very lowest priceB. GROCERIES—We still have some very good prices in the following: 18 lbk. of Bice for ... .... 80c 5 eaHoaa 180 Oilfor 88 c 4 lbs. of Coffee for ..................SOc 5 gallofls 1750J1 for ............ ...70c, 16 lbs. Sugar for... .........fl.OO Viery Best Syrup for................ 30c JOHN & WM. BASSFORD, I...

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 — 17 November 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All care­ fully selected and set up at home. ^istorical Society' We use/neither pa­ tent nor plate matter That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. YOL. 39--NO. 32. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1900. .50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. • . A Itecord-Breaking Itnn. .,. The sohooner Horace Taber, which loaded a •cargo of potatoes at Bowleys Bay last week, ran up the lake before the storm in record-break- ingtime. At 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon she was off the canal. She reached the Chicago river at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon, having- ran 225 miles in twenty hours, and that under reduced sail. Some time during the night the schooner's bowsprit and jibboom were carried away. . • Schooner BOM Wrecked. The schooner Boaz was caught in the st6rm on Green Bay Saturday and becoming water­ logged was driven ashore at North Bay, where it is reported she fast went, to pieces. The Boaz wasladen with elm lumber and bound to. Mil­...

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 November 1900

ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER IT, 1900. TUB BELLE or TUG VILLJKiG. BY ETItBI. Lints. . , 5, 5 ,X*lelino Moore was the belle ot the village Beautiful Madeline Moore! Friends clustered round her, . . Charming they foun& her lowers she had by the score. Ha|ip? today, she'd no thought of tomorrow jLaght was her heart, free from trouble or sor- '' .row:. • V . Bever wa6 seen such a maiden before As beautiful Madeline Moore TO*mgh to a snow-flake. a pearl, or & lily, ( B e a u t i f u l M a d e l i n e M o o r e ^ 3'bey might compare her, O. she was fairer— • Worthy to love and adore. , • \".\"latweriiher beauty were ever extolling,-- Others her name in high places enrolling , All in their love and their loyalty wore . !Re colors of Madeline-Moore. •Oae of her suitors, the proudest and boldest, 1 .Kereely and frowningly swore {Deeming it rapture ~ To follow and capture ~ The prize, and n victory score). He, and he only, should win the sweet treaV , ure. ' . Then there were sadness and grief ...

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 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 17, 1900. \"THE H A UNITED'. HUSBAND\" •* .. BY MB8. M. A. KIPDEB. There are how many such in the nation? ^ We women wonld like to know / And the eizes and sorts of the diverse ghosts That trouble our poor lords so? A wise little sprite at my .elbow. Who kens the affairs of men, Has made out a list for our benefit: y He'll read it, arid ah!—what then? \"Thatwan who so starts and trembles. With face of an ashy hue, : flfnst- (?) hare his pipe or his prime cigar. Though he parts with his dollars few A ghost, forever is clutching him 1 With fingers that clutch and choke, Tjll his throat is dry. and his blood is poor. Till life seems dull, and a near grave sure— Ah would it might end in smoke I \"That form that is reeling homeward, / . 'Neath the light of God's bright'stars, • Has a spectre lying in wait for him Till the morn her gate unbars: The home that was once so.cheerful, , Now going to swift decay : And the tears of his wife and little ones ' ' , Will haunt ...

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 — 17 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 17, 1900. • ' ADVOCATE. Entered in the at Sturgeon My, , ' escnnd-chift tnail mailer. .. i' PUBLISHED EVERY SATO HI) AY AT 8T0K- GEONGBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor an} Proprietor. RATESIOF SUBSCRIPTION. One year — •'•J? Bix months— ............ .8 Four months . . '. — •••• •—•\"», Two months — • Singleeopies •••' •Â« EST- Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, NOV. 17,1900. \" McKinley received 292 electoral votes in-' stead of 295 as stated last week, Idaho hav­ ing gone Democraticjby a smalljplurality in­ stead of being in the Republican column, Bryan carried only four states west of the Mississippi River, viz., Missouri, Texas, Idaho and Nevada.® He also carried all the states below Mason & Dixon's line-with the exception of West Virginia, Maryland, with Kentucky in doubt. • The official vote in this county for nation­ al and state officers were as follows: Mc­ Kinley 2363, Bryan 674 LaFollette 23(53, Bohmr...

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 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 17, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. HOV. 17. 19C0. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Tbeod. Augustine is having a large ad­ dition built on the west side of his resi­ dence. ' ~ -pCard party and coffee social at Mar­ quette Hall, Friday evening, November 16. All invited. —Tlio following is the advertised letter, list: John N. Rnedisih, Lizzie Kabusky, Mrs. Florence Simons, Mrs. Henry Whitney. —All are cordially, invited to the Old Maids' Home next Friday evening, Novem­ ber 23d, at the M. E. church. Doors open at 7:45 Admission, 15 cents. , -There will be a business meeting of the ladies'aid of the\" Congregational church on Tuesday afternoon in the church parlors at 1:30. All members requested to be present. -The band boys propose to reorganize and get themselves in good trim for next A new set of instruments are to be purchased and practice continued all winter. -The following marria...

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 November 1900

ife THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 17, 1909. US MBS. C. A. TJ5BBT. ' They ate wicked, noisy fellows—mischievous, unroly fellows—with a ctfaleet' that BBvore of a parrot in his cage And they wear the bold expression of Hons in the jungle, and'resemble them still closer when they fall into a rage. / Will \"jon listen at the window! Hear their i loud, vociferous yelling 1 Hear their war- whoopB, like an Indian- of a savage Zulu • tribe 1 , . Vet, with all their native rudeness, and their bumptious, bold demeanor. Earth would . • lose a strange, wild' music if it lost •their * jest and jibe. •When it happens that the lessons that com# under their department, have been found a tnflie harder than they were the day be- • ' fore, , It is strange how very willing they succumb to a disorder, which, if coming on- a Sat­ urday, they'd heartily ignore. ^ Yet they're simply human beings, in a chry­ salis gradation. Embryonic men of letters, lawyers, scientists—in truth. Every editor, physician, preside...

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