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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STCK(jEON BAY, WIS., MARCIM2,'1898. (Ehe JUnwrctrtc. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. MARCH 12.1838 SHORT TAKES, —There will be the usual-services at the Congregational church on Sunday and during the week. • • - —Marble playing Is all tbe rage now among the boys, which is an unfailing sign that spring 1b here. : ' —Falk & Bucban recently received a car­ load of oats from Kewaunee county. Other consignments will be received from'time to time. , —But comparatively few people from the country are to be seen in the city these days of bad roads and poor going, or rather no go­ ing at all. —Richard Greeney is having \"a well sunk on his premises at the upper end of Garland : street, and Ed. Birmingham is doing the job with his drilling machine. / —The following letters remain uncalled for at the local postoffice: Capt. F. W. VanPat- ten/ M. J. Buse, Mrs. H. L. Hom'&In, Mr. U. B.' Cline, Mies Maude Howard. . —The Ladies' Aid Society of the...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS., MARCH 12, 1898. :v. TIIK FICKLK-MIKDBD MAN. . •'The sun is tip.\" he c'ayly cried. . J •\"I thi ok it meet that I V ' Sboull (rot my spade ami rake and haste Hy garden luck to try.\" :, • And BO lie tolled until ho saw Where he was digging, squirm • A corpulently bcantiful t Bntioitis: fishing worm. , • VI -will a fishing R\\\" f aid he. And toward the stream he went, But presently a toothsome iluuk :~'v v Its course near by him bent, v i •_ ,. vv- ^•My cun,\" he thought, \"I should bare brought *'•• \"I'll go atid get It straight.\" And so he homeward took his way, \" Although the hour ivaa lute. \"The traveling I have done.\" he vowed : - \"Has used me most severe: i. Til take the opportunity To rest while I am here. And so he laid him down and slept. And ere his sleep was done The lake behind the western bill \\ Gleamed with the setting sup ' Also! to see so poor a day. With good intent so rife: Alaalbow oft it may be found . . The'mlrror ot a li...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 12, 1898. DRY GOODS, GROOERIES, ETO. i7N. HNDERSON DKAMta cr Dry Qoods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BAY VIEW. 'WIS. A full assortment of all goods la my line al­ ways on hand, at Prices aslowas at any store in Door ooonty. . ,. „ Agentfor the White Star Line of Steamers V.: ft O. MASHEK. V. HiflHBK. 0. HASHES- The V. & C. MASHEK CO., Dealers In Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. Ales Manufacturers of and Dealers In Lumber, Shingles, Ties, Posts,'Wood, Bark, Ete. Store and mill located at WhtteflBh Bay. Hers at Wbltefish Bay and Lily Bay. The highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest produots de­ livered at the piers. Communication with all parts by telephone. . FRANK SHIMMEL. Columto' LABOR Proved Good Fruit. When Columbus set out to discover America his aim -was uncertain where to land. But when we set out to draw the trade we make our prices sure to land. FRANK jTSHIMMEL, THE GROCER. M. COCHEMS. \"Farmers' ^eap ^...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCBM2, 1898. SMITH, BA3SFORD OO. \\ Five thousand customers wanti ed at Smith, Bassford Cp's.— Wiiat for—to get their prices ovfy. GLASSWARE. A Royal purple and Gold as- sortmcnt just arrived and prices will astonish you. RIBBONS. Those looking for Silk Sash Ribbons will do well to call and look at ours before buying. t CAPES. Li. A brand new line of Cloth arid Silk Capes to \"arrive soon. Prices will be right, you bet 35-InchFrench Gingham, worth 20o, for:.... 14o 32-inch Soierie Leyonalsa, worth SOo, for.... 13 o 80-incb Slllt,Stripe Zepbyg, worth 60o, for...4-5c Ladles' Belt* In the latest styles:.... ..as fksoc Toweling at... 4, 8, 9* lO and T4-c Handkerchiefs from 12, 4-, to 25c Beineraber we are strictly In It selling Clothing. Smith, Bassford Co. MONUMENTS. WHITE BRONZE vs. STONE. White Bronze Is not porous. Stone Is. White Bronze has no flsauea. Stone has. White Bronze will not craok. Stone will. • White Bronze win not absorb moisture, gto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

lSo«*?V THE ADVOCATE lsabl&hgrade FAMILY JOURNAL. CIRCULATION 3,200 Copied Weekly. THIS PAPER C9*» NKITirSB , Intent Sheets not Plate Matter. AU HOME PKI1ST. established In 1862, 91.66 A YEAR IN ADVANCE NO. 49. MARCH 19, 1898, STURGEON BAY, WIS, $1.50 A YEAR. THE LAKE MARINE. THE 8TURQEOH BAY NAUTlOAX. SCHOOL CLARENCE E. IONG, Editor. Drowning Feared. On Monday Captain U. 8. Cornell of the fishing tug Welcome picked up a small scow which was floating In the lake about 10 mllfes off Algomal The craft's painter was inside and from all appearances Captain Cornell fears that someone may have .fallen overboard from the boat and been drowned. To Handle Palpwood. George D.Nau of Green Bay has closed a contract with the Pulpwood 8upply company Appleton to tow 6000 cords of spnice.from Little and Big Bay de Noquette to Appleton. The spruce Is toned to Green bay by\" the big tug Geo. D. Nau and tfien taken on scows and towed to Appleton by the tug Claude. Notes Prom Ludinglon. The steam...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAKCH 19, 1898. HJECB SOl'I.. A great, full-hearted. *®W1 rose. With clustered crimson velvet fold Holding within its pertained clasp, ,118 wondrous crown ot anther gold, r With breath, BO subtly, strangely sweet, •Â».- It seemed to touch, like waned air. So strong, one almost looked to aee It stir the floating tress of balr, Ali evening. nestled quite secure ' On filmy scarf, in lien of pin. Shaming a ruddy cheek to white. Glowing beneath a dimpled chlnl And then at midnight, idly flung Mid toilet litter, frail and gay, . • With dainty fan. and glove, and laoe. Locked in a cabinet away.v •There, quite forgotten, died the rose-?- , Roses wei-0 plenty, one was naught— Till time brought ipund a festal eve. ,And fan and soarf again were sought. But when a hand wide opon flung - The cabinet,*tbere outward stole Something tbat Was not yet the rose— :•••! Think yon It was the rose's soul t . »' \" —KTIIBL LTNN. ESCAPED FROM SIBERIA. : BT TBOS. W. KNOX. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

THE .. STOMEOM BAY. WIS., MRhB 1). 1898: MEDIOAL. /Vom ITJUwmaXtif M«iidb$ trot. VT. H. Peeke, whs makes a specialty of Epilepsy, has without aoubt treated and cor* eil more cases than any living Physicians ha success is Astonishing. AY© have heard of cases of so years', standing ^\"1 ctired by him. He pablisheaa valuable I •work on [ this dls- ease,which 1 he sends ^with ft „ . ,, . • . - • • . large bot- ? ° n . ° ! 9 c u r e , f r e e t o a n y s u f f e r e r s who may send their p. O. and Express address. We ad vise any one vjishing a cure to address PioI.W.H. SEEKS, F. D.. 4 Cedar St., HewYork RAILROADS. MAP OF CMcago,Milwautee&St.Paul SUPERIOR DIVISION. oof1 o bBmsoia a *\"x£*T0*1 p Plymouth CHICAGO SOLID TRAINS1 FAST TIME! Pullman BufTet Sleeping Cars! .All TiGket Agents sell tickets via theChioago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. Sleeping Car aooommodatlons can be geonred by writing or wiring. G. H. HBAFFORD, W. E. TYLER, 9- P. & T. Agt., Chloago, HI. G. P. & P. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

19, 1398. ®he Jtbtrttcaie. Entered in the Pottofice al Sturgeon Bay, W!«., at itxmtl-dats mail matter. • PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year • . 61x months -.76 Four months .BO Two months.. •••• .g Single ooples... u •• 05 0TTwo dollars will be charged If not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 19,1898 FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITOIJ. President HcKlnley Is one of the hardest worked,men In the country just now. He has not abandoned hopo that peace may be pro- served with honor, but he Is working night and day to place' the country In a position to wage a successful war against Spain just as though he were certain that war 1b to come. Hla head has not been turned even a little bit by the extraordinary confidence reposed In «him by congress, In putting by unanimous vote $50,000,000 in his hands to be need for national defense. He is cool and deliberate, just as he has been from the first. He ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, WIS., MARCH 19, IS%_ v . - ©he Jlimumtc. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. STURGEON BAT. SATURDAY, MARCH 19. 1808 SHORT TAKES, —The funeral of Cbrla. Lelbstlckel took place from the Moravian church Sunday after­ noon, and upward of fifty teams followed tbe remains down to Bayeide. • —The following letters remain uncalled for at the local postofilee: Abaaham Eveusou, Henry lOreen (2), J. 8. Johnson, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mosleur Bel Lebedelle. . —Up to this writing eight of the fifteen town and city treasurers have made their final returns to tbe county treasurer. The buel- nesa will all be closed up next week. —The Ice In the bay above the bridge Is no longer safe for pedestrians even, to Bay noth­ ing about teams, tbe -warm wind and weather: of Wednesday having put on the finishing touches. —A highway is very greatly needed from the city to the canal along the bay shore. It would Bhorten the distance fully one-half, which is a very important consideration In these da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

MARCH 19. 1898. ©he JUmocate. Entered in t&e Bottom at Sturgeon, Bay, TTw., at tewnd-dxizi tndtUr* '• PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. • RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One roar . 11.89 Els months. Pour months •Â« Two months.... .» Single oopiea. » fm-Txcn dollars will be charged if not paid within the year.. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. MARCH 19.1858 FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITOL. President MeKlnley la one of tho hardest worked men In the country just now. He has not abandoned hope that peace may be pre- ' served with honor, but he Is working night and d^ to place the country tn a position to wage a successful war against Spain J'tist aa though he were certain that war 1B to come. His head has not been turned even a little bit by the extraordinary confidence reposed In htm by congress, tn putting by unanimous •vote $50,000,000 in his hands to be used (or national defense. He Is cool and deliberate, just aa he has been from the first. He calm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

®he gliroucate. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. 8TPKGBON BAT. SATURDAY. MARCH 19.18S8 SHORT TAKES. —The funeral of Chris. Leibstickel took place from the Moravlitn church Sunday after* 110011, and upward, of fifty teams followed the remains down to Bayslde. —The following letters remain uncalled for at the local postoiBce:], Abaabaifl Evenson, Henry Green (2), J. S. Johnson, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Moeleur Bel Lebedelle. * —Up to this writing eight of the fifteen town and city treasurers have made their final returns to the county treasurer. The busi­ ness will all be closed up next week. —The ice In the bay above the bridge is no longer safe for pedestrians even, to say noth­ ing about teams, the warm wind and weather, of Wednesday having put on the finishing touches. —A highway is very greatly needed from the city, to the canal along the bay shore. : It would shorten the distance fully one-half, which Is a very important consideration in . theBe days of rapid transit. —Teweles &a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

19, 1898. TUB WAY OFTHB WOBTD. Ltneb, and tbe world iauitbs with yon: Weep, and you weep alone S\\»r this brave old earth Mufct borrow Ts mlrtb. It has trouble ciu.ugu of its own. Sing, am) the bills will answer Sigh. and 'Us lost on tbe air • 'I he echoes rrbouud ' , To a joyful snnnd. . ' Bat shrink from voicing care. Rejoice, and men will seek you Grieve, and tUcy will turn add go They want full measure Of all your pleasure, . But they do not want your.woe. : Be glad, and your friends are many Be sad. and you lose them all There are none to decline Tfonr nemared wine. . But alone you must drink- Ufe's gall. ' Feast, and your balls are orosWded • Fast, and the world (roes by • , Succeed and Rive. And It helps -you live, „ But it cannot help you die. j V -v. There is room in the halls of pleasure £\\r a long and lordly train But one by one • We must all file on Through the narrow aisles of pain. —EMLA WHKLLBR WILCOX. Sopics of the gag. 0. IProm the SundaySun.] v THE WAR FOR FREED...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

J ' THE ADVOCATE, .STURGEON BAY, WIS,, MA»-19, 18S8. DRY GOODS, OROOEB1ES, ETO. E. N. HNDERSOlj, BXAISB in • • Dry Goods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BAY VIEW, WIS. - A fhll assortment of all goods in my line «1- . ttn on hand, at Prices aslow aa at any store laDoor oonnty. 1 . Agent for the White Star Llne of Steamers V. A O. MA8HEK. V. MA8HIK. The V. & C. MASHEK CO., Dealers In Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. - Also Manufacturers of and. Dealers 1B Lumber, Shingles, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Ete. Store and mill located at Whiteflsh Bayi - Piers at Whiteflsh Bay and Lily Bay. The highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest products de­ livered at the piers. Communication with all parts by telephone. ' : ' - PRANK SHIMMEL. Columbus' LABOR Proved Good Fruit. When Columbus set out to discover America his aim was uncertain where to land. Butwhen we set out to draw the trade we make our ^prices sure to land. FRANK J, SHIMMEL, THE GROCER. M. OOOHBMS. \"Farme...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 March 1898

19, 1898. . SMITH, BASSFOBO CO. Smith, Bassford Co. have just discovered that thfcy have A Klondike Gold Mine at liome. Prices are what talks— - : ,.o CAPES. Ladles' fine Cloth Capers. ...91.39, worth $3.60 . Ladles Ladles' Ladies' Ladies' 3.29 Better Braided Capes. 8.09, ilneSllkCapra....... 1 BO •t.-,- \" 289 : •,'! • \" 5 29 • 3 89 Silk Lace Tr'med Capes4 28 Extra Quality Capes...5 89 * JACKETS. Pine Cloth Jackets.:.. 94 88 worth fr 00 \" •• \" .... 5 88 \" 800 • \" ' • \" . .... 6 50: ,4 8BO \" '• \" .... 6 55 \" 900 •• \" • . \" . 7 49. 950 \" \" '• .... £ 75 \" 1100 A,ntce up-to-date Hat or Cap for gentleman or lady from 23c up and a nice line of gentle­ men an dlaflles' -Dressed and Undressed Gloves at the lowest. prices. Tour patronage Vwiatid' -..*1' i . MONUMENTS. WHITE BRONZE vs. STOKE. White Bronze Is not porous. Stone is. WhlteBronze has nofissaes. Stone has. 'White Bronze will not crack. Stone will. - White Bronze will not absorb moisture, stone will. • •- • White IB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE is ablghgrade '. FAMILY JOURNAL. CIRCULATION 2,200 Copies Weekly. Historical Seei«ty THIS PAPER cmsBKBiwre# '• Patent Sheets nor Plate Matter, . : •\" AU noMB PKIST, - ' : /Established in 1862* #1.60 A ,YEAR IN ADVANCE. V01UME 36--N0. 50. STURGEON BAY, AVIS., SATURDAY, MAKCII 26, 1898. $1.50 A YEAR. iT1Hmi?wi!im»iiiiiiiimmimni!iTnninniii)miiiiiiinfHHi?iiii)iiiiiinnimiMini'a THE LAKE MARINE. 1 THE STURGEON BAY NAUTICAL ECHOOL. Thro' Frozen Green Bay. A dispatch from Menominee dated Wednes­ day says that the carferry- steamer Ann Arbor No. 2 has been in sight Bince last night, com­ ing via Death's Door. She made about ten miles' this forenoon and will probably reach here some time tonight, being distant now about ten miles. The ice is quite solid. togs and Lnmber. A. Spies cut 3,000,000 feet ol logs near Pem- bine this winter, which were hauled to Me­ nominee by train. The estimated amount of logs to be driven down the Menominee river is 263,000,000 feet,, and those ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEOOAY, WIS., MAKCH 26, 1898. ••MO, TlIANtC YOU, TOM.\" They met. when they were girl and boy, Goinc to school one day: And - Won't you tako ray peg-top, dear I\" Was all that ho could say. She bit her little pinafore. Close to his side she oame, : SUo whUpercil, \"No l noj thank you, Tom!\" i But took It all the same. They met one day, the selfsame way, • When ten swift years had fluwn: -i Ho said.' I've nothing bu» my heart, Bat that is yours alone.\" „ , \"And won't you take my heart?\"he8aid. . And called lier by her name: -... •' She blnshed and said. \"No. thank you, Tom!\" But took It all the same. ' -j :- And twenty thirty, forth cars . Have brought them care and joy , She has the little pen-top still - ! itsirRveiherwhon a boy. • . • r, , • I've had no wealth, sweet wife \" says be ••I've never brought you famo.\" She vf lilspors, \"No! no. thank you Tom t., Y o u ' v e l o v e d m e a l l t h e s a m e , • —F. B. WEiTHKIttT. looi THREE HUNDRED STOVES. BT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STCRGE05 BAY, WIS., MARCH 26, 1898. MEDICAL. • ANB ITS ~CtTKS ' \"TOTHE EDITOR:—1 have an absolute remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousand^ of hopelesscases have been already permanently cured. So proof-positive am 1 of its power that I consider ic my duty to send two bottles free to those of your readers who have Consumption,'Throat, Bronchial or Lung Trouble, if they wilt write me their express and postoffice address. Sincerely, 7.A. SLOCUT.I, M. C., I&3 Pearl St., Hew Yor& The Editorial-ard liasmofij ^Management ol ' this P*ver Gnai^mloe tiiie iisuero'us Proposition* RAILROADS. CMcago, Milwaukee & StPaal SUPERIOR DIVISION • ^ X -r.oa — 9 oo'i O IHSAOOLA MBN*» CHICAGO 83LID TRAINS! i^AST TIME! Pullman Buffet Sleeping CarsI All Ticket Agents sail tickets via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. Sleeping Car accommodations can be secured by writing or wiring. G. fl. HEAFPORD,' O. P. & T, Act., Chicago, 111, W. E. TYLER, G. F. & P. Agt....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 March 1898

MARCH 26, 1898. Republican City Convenilom Li M. WASHBURN. Entered in the. Poftqfflci at Sturswn Bay, V5*., at eecond-clatt mall matter. PtnJLI8HED EVlfllY SATURDAY AT STUK- GEON BAT, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year., ................. Six mouths. £5 Pour months W Two months — •Â» Single copies ..... •Â» tSTTmo dollars will'be charged If not paid within the year. STURGEON BAT, SATURDAY. MARCH 28,' 188 PEN AND SCISSORS. . The present system of water works of Mil­ waukee has cost. upward of $4,827,000. The receipts from that department during the past year were about $434,000 and the running n- - .penses, Including interest on Indebtedness and bonds recalled, $381,503. Sam. A. Harper, the well-known Madison lawyer and politician, died In that city of pneumonia Saturday night. He was about 46' . years old. The most of his life was spent In Wisconsin, having been brought to Grant county from Virginia by his parents at an ear- lyage. No less than...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 March 1898

•f / • THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON 1BAY, WIS., MARCH 26, 1898. ®Jte FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, MARCH 26.1888 SHORT TAKES. : —The public schools of this city will have their spring 'vacation next week. —Nomination papers tor Jos. I\\ Zlvney for treasurer have been filed with the city clerk. —The planing mill of N. 8. Washburn & Co. will start up for the season's business on or about April 1st. —The following letters remain uncalled for at the local postoffice: Mrs. Ellen Simon, Bobert Degot, August Bnrlo. —Capt. A. Kalmbach has removed his fami­ ly into the Jos. Harris residence temporarily whl^e his house is being remodeled. —Town and city elections a week from tiext Tuesday, April 6th. A judge of • the supreme court will also be voted for in this county at . the same time. —Dealers report a fall lu the price of pota­ toes outside on account of the very liberal re­ ceipts, though the local market has not been affected by the slump as yet. —Sixteen ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 March 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGUON BAY, WIS., MARCH'26, 1898. THK BRAVEST OP THE BRAVB. Mid the flower-wreathed tombs I stand, Bearing lilies In my tinnd: Cotnrndes! In what soldier Brave , Weeps the bravest uf the brave f Is It he who sank to rest . With his colors round his breast? . Friendship makes bis tomb a shrine, ' Garlands veil it ask not mine, - One low grave yon tree beneath Bears no roses, wears no'wreath Yet no heart more hlpb and warm Ever dared the battle storm. y Never gleamed a prouder eye - , r In the front of Vloiory Never foot had firmer tread •' On the f.eld hope lay dead Than are hid within this tomb Wberelhe ontended grasses bloom And no stone, witu feigned distress. Mocks the sacred loneliness. • : - Youth and beauty, dauntless will. - Dreams that life oould ne'er fulfil, : Here lie burled herein peaoe • Wrongs and woes have found release.' Turning from my comrades' eyes. Kneeling where a woman lies, 1 strew lilies on the grave Of the bravest of the brave. —Tuos. WBNTWOR...

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