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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 20, 1901. Have Just Arrived. Jarm itnb Same. THE MOUNTAIN AND THE CLOUD. The sky with clouds was dark, and seesied by , lightnings riven. The elements were wild to vjnt their frenzie'd spleen: . The clouds, like autumn leaves, before the. winds were driven. \" Unceasing thunder adding gr..ndeur to the scene. . /- „ The mountain calmly stood, his green-capped head nprearing. The cloud, now: sable-hued, or changing into gold, v---\"--' ' As the son would on her shine, thus for a mc- . meht cheering And, with increasing grandeur, her look ap now less cold. The atom', its deafening clamor (or a moment stilling, . The cloud approaches, now a cloud all smiles and tears, • .: They meet, one long embrace, the two their vows tulfllling. Too soon reluctant' part, a parting fall of fears. TheyjRart to meet no more, that was their first \"last meeting, ' And oft she passes though her voice he can-: . not hear, ,' . But passing, by *a flSiiS of tears sjie sends her • \" greeti...

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 — 20 July 1901

TIIE ADVOCATE JULY 20. White Dimities at 7, 8, 9, 12,18 and 21 cts.—Regular „ price 10,11,15, IT, 24 and 28 cts. Colored Dimities at 12c—Regular price 14 and 16 cts. Blue & White and Black & White Lawns at 11 and,12cts. —Regular price 16 eta. , . —— - . Silk Brodees at 50c.—Regular price 65c. White Duck at 10c.—Regular price 14c. Thiese pnees we guarantee to be cost and lasts for one week only. ' ' \" [ SMITH-BASSFORD CO., f John & Wm. Bassford, Props. | ! \" ' • . I uuMUuuuumuuuuuuutkuuuuiXiiuuuuiuimiUkkuuuuuuuuMuuuuuauu* 'Follote the Crowd to Wagener'i.\" Our Busies as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali­ ty in goods. You might just as well fool around the time-honored buzz saw as to get any but the best drugs. There are none better than we keep. Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. NEWS OF THE COUNTY. ———— ............M.f BLACK DEATH ^Trade Mark.) BUG KILLER AND FERTILIZER. Will absolutely exterminate Potato Bugs -and all worm insects and bugs that eat the ...

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 — 27 July 1901

] 2600 COPIES! is orir sruar- f j ^ anteed. bona fiile circu- J Cf'Utita,^'A^ among the » i number? If not. lose no time J J in.sretting tbere. $.50 pays | « for a whole year's subserip- ». J tion. ' • / . •: 'J ' .V iUtoxWal Society . ' f AWEST CIRCULATION J 4 •• of any weekly newspaper' £ • published in the state, out- J aide of Milwankee, Ko pa- } \" J teiit inaidea 'or plate {matter } _ jf used.. All set up and printed » • J at home. \" . * .'I VOL. 40--NO. 16. STURGEON 1.AY. WIS.. SATURDAY. JULY 27. 1901. .50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Capt. Tower on the XortHwestern. The erew of the Counselman steamer Northwestern was paid' off at Chicago, and very few of fhe men re-engaged for a second trip across the Atlantic in her. Captain Atkinson certainly will not. He has been retired and Capt. John Tower of the steamer Mary H. Boyce appointed to the command in his stead. During the win- ter months Captain Tower completed the study of navigation at Clarence E. Long's Milwaukee Nauti...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 July 1901

1 - ' • - . THE ADVOCATE, JULY 27, 1901. ?,-,i WE SHA1L MKET IN THAT BEA.U- TIFCIi liAXD. Br St. VJCron STAI.EV. — Ere long wo shall meet is that beautiful land All those who have passed o'er the tide. Shall meet and shall knojr them, to part never ••more,-'' V. • Safe anchored at last by their side, j O, the thought of that meeting in bright • • realms above. So grand it seems almost a dream i - There we shall be free from life's sorrows and •cares. They ate waiting for as \"on that evergreen shore, * Are waiting to welcome ns home Boon o'erthe cold tide we shall reach their loved side, Ko 'more through life's darkness rosam. Our bark is sow plowing the rongh sea of life, While fiercely the mad breakersroar The rocks of temptation, the whirlpool of sin. Are raging \"twixt us and the shore. let we will not despair, for n6w breaks on our sight v A light from that beautiful land, A beacon to guide us safe over the tide- Heaven's port is now almost at hand. Soon the dark waves of life ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 July 1901

:P: TITK ADVOCATE. JULY 27-1901. - {From the N. Y. Sun-} PRINCE BISMARCK'S CAREER. Tlli IRON METHODS THAT CREATED THE GERMAN EMPIRE J AND CRUSHED FRANCE. (\\ Bismarck: humbled Austria and made the North German Union. He con-' quered France and founded the German Eaipire. His shadow, lay over the Spates'and statesmen of the Continent for full thirty,years. In it reputations withered and powers waiied, small men grew great and, nations^ were created. /The Hapsburgers were thrust aside and the Bonapartes were dethroned. The laurels of the Metternichs and the Schwarzenbergs died away and the Gagerns, Manteuffels and Camphausens were forgotten. Mere association with him, mere opposition to him was 'fame, and the names of Crispi, Gortschakoff, Kalnoky, Andrassy and Giers were known to all the world. His heavy hand was felt in every cabinet and court. His life became the history of modern Europe. The most orthodox biographers of Bismarck have1 been unable to find in his .early years the pr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 July 1901

f THE ADVOCATE. JULY 27, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. Entmd in the Pottoffice at Sturgeon Bey, Til#., at ttcond clm mall matter. P0BLX8HED EVERY SATURDAY AT'STUB- GEON BAY. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.: $1.50 .73 . .50 One year.v,. . . • Six months .................... -. ?\\. Four months— Two months .SJ Singledopies .... •Â» BP\" Two' dollars will be charged if not paid within the year, -v--—-• r ' \" • STURGEON BAT..SATURDAY, JULY ST 1901. The present year promises to be one of the greatest in railroad construction in the United States in the past decade or two, the addition of new lines being estimated at 5,- 000 miles. ' The mysterious disappearance of $30,000 from the government mint in San Francisco recently necessitated the counting of the entire stoelfof gold contained, in its vaults. This has just been completed, arid its value was found to be $47,140,000. No clue could be found to the missing coin. On July 1st there was in circulation in the shape ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 July 1901

! • THE ADVOCATE, JULY 27, 1901. FILMS CHEMICALS, PAPER, ETC., at STURGEON BAY THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAT. SATURDAY. JULY 27, 1901- FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. : —Ed. Fiedler, the new proprietor .of the Kewaunee House, Egg Harbor,'will have his opening ball on nest Friday evening, August 2d. ' —Isaac Hunt is having another residence built in the First ward in the neighborhood of the one erected a couple of years ago, and which is now the property of Barney K e g a n . - v ^ v ' • • ^ —Aleak in the tower Of the new bank building caused some damage to the ceiling of both the tipper and lower floors, and Ed. Berthelson was engaged Thursday in re­ pairing the break. —Following is the advertised letter list: Srs. of Dominie, Fred Jones, Tillie Jenson, Miss Joal Kouser, D. M. Landreth, Edith Mason, trained nurse, Frank Pape, Emma Simon, T. R.1 Williams. •—The ice men report business the liveliest this summer that they have had for ma...

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Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JL'LY 27, 1901. 4':.^ A BACH EIjOII'S SIGHS. A life misspent, an incompleted mission, A house :all void of merry laugh Pertain unto that fractional condition Of man without n better half. , No one to cheer him in this world's unrest, And soothe a debt-bemuddled brain No love with fertile fancy to suggest Some way to \"raise the wind\" again No one to laugh with him when all'is bright. Nor weep when joys seam ever gone- Alas 1 no .fingers, deft and white, To sew a missing button on. No pure-white brow, no love-lit- eyes of blue, No tresses moved by summer breeze Ah me! no dewy lips of rosy hue. No ling'ring, soft, white hand to squeeze. No sympathetic hope of morn of life. Nor memory when he is old— 8o sad the thought t no meek and gentle wife To sneer at when the coffee's cold. And duties over, when the long day dies. No need of gentle wifely tones. No one to ask with glad, expecting eyes, \"Dear, did you get the best of Jonest\" Of earthly joys and pleasures he iS bar...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 July 1901

•J: -.I-- . .: ••'- ••, . t v ' ' \" TflE ADVOCATE, .IL LY 27, 1901. \\r\\ HMMWMfaaO Have Just Arrived* Jfarm anb gome. WHERE THE WlULIiOWS MAKE A ' SHADE. . The last flash of the battle, the last glint of Xit lurid a blood-trampled plain Moisture will also exist in a\" mellow soil, and while the soil is both mellow and moist the action of the earth in bringing off moisture and plant food and the action of the air upon the soil in depositing moisture aud changing the raw elements contained both iu the air earth into pi and in the i To throw a pall o'er the slain. With agony bravely borne: Painting and bleeding, and gasping for breath, For a shell his head ha& torn, A letter he drew with strength all sped. And to read it an effort made. \"I wiirwait,\" his wife in the writing said, \"Where the willow makes a shade.\" Though his mind was blurred, and memory dead.' ' ' Those words from his heart could not fade' \"I will wait,\" his wife in the letter said. \"Where the willow makes ...

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 — 27 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 27, 1901. * III New Styles--We have no \"Old Stock.\" $1.50 Shirt Waists at.. .$1.20 1.75 \" n .. 1.40 .. 1.00 1.25 \" *rrv ,44 .. 1.40 .. 1.00 1.15 \" W. 44\" .. .90 .80 \" 44 .. .64 .75 \" V r. U.'- 44 ' . .60 .50, «« 44 ' ' ^ . : .40 CO. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. | 1 'Follow the Crowd to VTagener's.\" as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali­ ty in goods. You might just as well fool around the time-honored buzz saw as to get any but the best drugs. ' There are none better than we keep. . Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. NEWS OF THE COUNTY. Health Hints for j Hot Days: - Eat light meals, with plenty of i fruit and vegetables. Eat very little meat. Don't dnnk alcholic liquors. Drink plenty of cool water, but sparingly of ice water. 1 Avoid hot drinks. j Take a sponge bath night and i morning with a handful of sea salt in 1 the water, .[ Drink freely of Vernon's Carbon, i ated Ginger Ale. The action of the 1 gas in the stomach prevents cramps ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 August 1901

j 26tt0 WIWB9 is oar guar- | J , anteed, bona fiie circu- ) lation. Are yon among the J number? If not, lose no time !• 1 in getting there. $1,50 pays , ( 2 for,a Whole year's subscrip- » J tion. • v Historical Society V aM A LAWIE9T CWCftAT'OW i 4 of apy weekly newspaper J J published in the state,, out- T aide of Milwaukee'. No pa- J. I tent inside* or plate matter J used. All set up and printed •}, i at home. £ I • • • . ' - - . - ? . *8® VOL. 40--NQ 17. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1901. SI ,50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Tug ColdNmlth Hnnk. The Breyman dredge sunk in a squall on Thursday night of last week and lies just outside and* to the north of the channel near the outer range lights. 1?he tug Joseph Goldsmith is sunk inside of the range cribs, , in the easterly passage. It is thought that she started a plank by thumping against a dump scow, alongside of which she was ly­ ing. Friday the barge Thomas Quayle struck' the tug and' is supposed to have in­ flicted ...

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 — 3 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 3, 1901. • / THE OliO VniXTKH'S PLKA. 11V CHAIU.Efi FOI.LEM ADAMS. I just camo down to Washington- from up Wis­ consin way— ' I-.thought I'd like,to: see the to\\m.I'd missed for many n day— But since I've been here-tliings I've seen lmve kinder turned my head, Ileft this town n mud-hole—now X find a city instead. ' -.V I stuck type here in Washington in Eighteen Sixty-two. And then I took a \"shooting-stick and saw the - - whole war through We set up lines in solid lead for all the world to read— .• On history's patre that ink is red, to show how soldiers bleed! And then! took my stick in hand and tramped »' the country o'er— I've worked on leading papers in a do sen towns or more: And, though I'm not as lively aB I once was in my prime, ' Still -1 can get a good, long string and not overtime. Well, when I got to Washington, I struck a printin'place, An' hunted up the foreman, an' asked him for a case: ' \"1 say, old man,\" he says to me, \"you must be, awful...

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 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 3. 1901- SIS i's'sisii KECOIiliKCXIONS OP AX EVENING HYMN. :- ITF SA1ICEI. M UEXOEBSOK .' ' (Dedicated to the choir of St. Peter's P. E Church of Chicago. One night last week as I was homeward bound. Within a railway coach 1 heart! the sound Offouthful voices singing close beside '•Abide with me. fast fall the even tide.\" A band of youthful ehoirsters were they r !.•\" J ust star tin g on theirsummer holiday, Tn'as iiiyht. tliey callel upon their Heavenly Guide, \"The darloiess deepens. Lord with'me abide \" : They s'angv (those boys, light-hearted free and gay) \"Earth's joys grow dim, its glories,pass a^yay\" Thoy 'seemed to be from care and sorrow free .Who sang so sweetly \"Lord abide. Xvitrh, roe.\" \" \"Change and decay ill all around I see - Of this they thought not—they were' full of Klee, .: 'X were better thus that tlioy should feel no. care 7,'. Who sooa life's toils and burdens all must bear. • ••• . : Thau tli'&y will need- God's presence every...

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 August 1901

\":~T THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 3, 1901. :V ADVOCATE. Enured in tht Pastofflce at Sturgeon Bay, WU.,ae tecond clast'ixali matter. PUBLISHED EV^RY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. O n e y e a r — . . . . • l . S O Six months. —... .75 Four months —.... -.50 Two months .25 Single copies w.......... .05 BF* Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. AUG. 8. 1901. . Water-wSWspBotid Filed. AV. H. Wheeler on Wednesday evening filed his bond 'with the city clerk. The sureties nre^David Decker nnd C. L. Nelson. The amount is for $5,000. C. M. White- side represented Mr. Wheeler in the matter. Mayor Harris was seen by a reporter on the day following and asked concerning his attitude On the matter.' He replied that the filing of the bond did not make any difference whatever, as there was not penal­ ty clause attached to it in case of failure to comply with that provision of the ordinance passed !%the...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 August 1901

THK ADVOCATE. AIGl'ST 3, 1901. \\ f\\t S-f OCATE. vertising medium was once again exempli­ fied during the presefat week. A First STUBGfiON BAY, BATUBDAY, AUG. 3. l«01 warder -bad lc«t_ft cow, and after having A—side-track is \\eipg pat in for the con. AAAVAVAJ Vvn^f A in T*n 1 n lid AT*tYllHA^ • ^ \\ h 11 « ««• ^ i a t . FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. , —The Teacher's Institute -will convene here Monday morning in the high school building. - —The sale of the David Houle. saloon property appears to have fallen through at the eleventh hour. At least this is the re­ port. • , —The hill on Pine street, between Main and Cedar, has been cat down daring the past\" week and the dirt deposited at such points as needed. —With another cannery located in this city there is a capital opening for a plant in which to manufacture the necessary tin cans right here at home. —Following is the advertised letter list: Frank Long August Fleminin...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 August 1901

. /• TlfK ADVOCATE. AUGUST 3, 1901. A HEAKT WOHX OUT. BY KMM* ALICE BROWNE/ Across the bay one dull red blnr v Of sunset's wasted etnbera died, - y And all the world setnmKl (lurk to her. And desolate as wide. \"Spent, like the day's dead fires,\" slie said: -T \"Sty foolish hopes gro\\v «'ftU nnl ashen . Afel from iuy weary bosom fatlo The last faint tdeanis of passion.\" A thin white1 moon fled down the sky: Two .spectral.stars wore keeping tryst And in the lrttuild gloom .vent by . A ghostly creeping liiist She lieanl the low wild washing of ! The Homeless tides aloiig the sands •'Andx'tlnis,\" she sislied, \"my fruitless love Comes bart jvith .empty ljnnds.\" \"6, hollow as the days and nights: ' And barren ns the ways I. tiviul. The idle dfeftins—tiio vain delishts. That cheated mo,\" she said, . \"Therfieree desires, lh.'duties* frots. • Thj bootless WMiting, day by day. Thiit ynaws the heart wi:h dull regrets. May wear e'en love away She looked abroad witli dreary eyes \" Th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 August 1901

THE ADV , At*GUST 3, 1901 ana Slomc. THE CKOAH TREE. • BY C.U.I.IK L. BONNEY. „ ' Qnoth tlie c«dar to the reeds and rashes • . '\"Water-grass, j-pu know not what I do- Know not of my storms, nor of my hushes. And—I know not you.'' Quoth the reeds and rushes:''Wind! O wakenf Breathe O wind, and set oiSr answer free For we-have no voice, ot you forsaken. ••• For the cedar tree.\" „ Quoth the earth at midnight to the ocean: \"Wilderness of water, lost to view • Naught you are to'me but sounds of motion: I am naught to you.\" lives! may be/ just what we choose to make them. / Saturday: Four o'clock and I must hasten... breakfast for some of the men wi sh - to com me • ce work eai-ly. Break­ fast over, scouring aud scrubbing to be done, cupboard to be overhauled aud washed and fresh paper to put iu* stove to polish, dinner to cook and some bak­ ing./ Well, it is nil completed and I must get- my Sabbath-school /lesson for tomorrow. We have a splendid school, so well regulated with' abl...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 August 1901

ADVOCATE. AUGUST 3. 1901. MISCELLANEOUS. Soups-Tomato, potat o, agparagua, pea . and celery at 10c per can Potted Ham, 10c Veal Loaf, 18c and sliced Dried Beef, 15c per can- : Sardines—Domestic, Be, 8c, and 10c Im­ ported. 90c. Corn Starch, 6c, 6c and 10c per package.- -'R. a. V. P.\" Table Salt. 10c per box. Ion will answer as tt its goodness by purchasing another package. . t 1 New England Mince Meat, 8c per pkg. CANNED GOODS. -Ali canned goods and ceriala have ad- :• vanced and going higher, but we still offer yon the following low prtees:. Can Tomatoes, Corn and Peas, 3 cans . for 83c. .. . BartlettPeas, 18c per can 8 cans /or • soc. One gallon Can Apples at 84c. 10 pounds Best Oat Meal at 25c. r»ICKL,ES. Stf eet Ghirkins, Mustard, Extra Fancy Sweet and India Relish at SOc per qt. Sour \"c per dozen and extra large Dill at 0c per dozen. ' 7— SOAP. Acorn 12 bars for 25c Gloss and Lenox 7 bars for Sic. Fels Kaptha Soap. What is it ? Pur­ chase one bar for 5c and you will not wo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 August 1901

' f - ' 5 v 1 , , ' - \" v\" . :jlii st/ricftl. So o \\b i' ' r II « J^ABOEST .CIRCULATION J j of any weekly newspaper J published in the state, out- • 1 ride of Milwaukee. -No pa- J I -tent inside* or plate matter \\ itJ»ed.: All setup anl printed • 1 at home^ * at ',1 p j 260° COPIES 18 our guar- f - 5: anteed, bona fide circu- f lation. Are you among the. » } number? If not, lose no time » J' in getting there. $1.50 pays J - 4 for a whole year's subscript » VOL. 40--N0 18. STURGEON BAV, WIS., SATURDAY. AUGUST 10, 1901. 1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. City of Stiles Burneil. : —The steamer City of Stiles was destroyed by fire at Depere early Friday morning and sunk in the river, having burned to the wa­ ters edge. She wis struck by lightning, which started tlie blaze. When the crew awoke they found that the flames had en­ veloped the craft on the side toward the . wharf, thus cutting off their escape in that direction. The yawl was accordingly taken to, being lowered on the...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 10, THE SONG OP THE SEA-SHEMJ. BY ECOESE FIEM). : - I come from the' ocean—a billow pass'A o'er 1/ And covered with sea-weeds, and glittering ' foam. ' '• ' ' \" 1 fell ori the sands—and a stranger soon bore me To deck the gay halls of his far distant ' home V/. Y Encompassed by exquisite myrtles and roses. Still, still, in the deep I am pining to be ^ And the lour voice trithin me my feelings dis- closes, , - And evermore murmurs the sounds of the • Bea- •..» . : The skylark at iuorn pours a carol of pleasure, At eve, the sad nightingale warbles her note, The harp in our halls nightly \"sounds a glad measure, ' And beauty's sweet songs on the air lightly float Yet I sigh for the loud breaking billows that ' tqss'dme, I long to the cool coral caverns to flee. And when guests with officious intrusion accost - me, I answered them still in the strains of the - • sea. Since {left the blue deep lam ever regretting. And mingled with men in theregions above, I have kn...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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