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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 September 1893

VOLTJMEXX. STURGEON BAY, WI8,jTttUR8BAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1893. NUMBER 52. BACK FROM THE GRAVE.shapebeforeevere THE MESSRS. COFFEY RETURN HOME SAFE AND SOUND. They Were Mining Ten Days and Sap- posed to Have Been Drowned—Much Re- joicing Among the Relatives of the Re- covered Fishermen. Messrs. Thos. and Tim Coffey, the two Washington Island fishermen who were re- ported as having been drowned during the gale a week ago last Friday, have returned home safe and sound to the delight of not only their relatives but the whole popula- tion of the Island. On Friday, Sept 15th, the two fishermen went out to lift their nets. r Expecting to be gone only a few hours they took no food with them. When the .gale came up from the northwest that afternoon they were un- able to get back to the Island, the only thing remaining for them to do being to run before the gale, and trust to their frail craft being able to safely ride the stormy waters of Lake Michigan. During Friday night and Saturday, thirty...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 September 1893

Bruce from. mxCejt%er ey^im as tier 'U&LJSHEI J 'v''vlcwl1uiuED.j'-:'' The vertical rays of noontide were beating down upon Cynthia's bower. The leafy ceiling above was bright with » thousand luminous points from the steady glare, without. Now and then a cone fell or a feathery seed vessel slipped softly to the earth in the gloom of the columned aisles. The rattling notes of a banjo struck at intervals, the low murmur of voices in conversation and above all the odor of burning to- bacco, overmastering the aromatic in- cense of the wilds, announced the pres- ence of visitors. They were Bruce and Cynthia. The young girl was seated at the base of a scarred and denuded, hemlock, the light sifting through the branches above and falling full upon her head and shoul- ders. A small banjo, showing signs of abuse and exposure to the elements, lay in her lap. Occasionally she struck the strings. Half reclining at her feet and completely enveloped in the wreaths of smoke that brooded like ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 September 1893

^ :- ^: vfA'CHANSQNETtE ^''^: : Oh,manyamerryye*r)»MitfV - And many a month the year, • ' v^And many a dayv • . '..-•**iy.,:.V:\" - '\"'f'Th&moafh ,iiiafcetf'giy i: W*f:-: And the day witivgulden hOOra is tife, ' And the world is f nil of xiheeiv But the swwtert i^rrtf tWfmlreatday.. * \"Of the loveliest month and year Came that summer night When your eyes so bright .--,-• Were telling me aye, while your lipa said • •['\\: nay, ? --^ .* \\ '--SU s And your heart became mine, my dear. -' — PhilJansen in New York Sun. GRIZEL COCHRANE. When the bigotry of the last James com- pelled his subjects to take up arms against him, Sir John Cochrane was one of the most formidable enemies t$ his dangerous \"Dismountl\" cried ••pistol to tils breast, the stranger sternly. Tie horseman, benumbed • and fear stricken, made an effort to reach his arms, | but instantly the hand of the robber, quit- ting the bridle, grasped the arm of the Irider and dragged him to the ground. He | fell heavily on ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 September 1893

' : VvtftuijrtLOTf Bviumarttoni . _ur*eMonth* .iv^vj.'«-• • •*»-.••• ^ v Advertising rates fhrniabed upon application M M xa in « w w m Hop, **»• 8TUBOBON BAr.jWI8.. .SEPT. SB, 1898. ^ t t w i t r M i w i w * announce thii five of the principal mills of the Illinois Steel com piny i t Bay View, will start up On Monday/ Oct Stb. The mill* closed in July, with the ex- ception of the flah plateOTlll»*wblchclosed two weeks age. Theflsb plate Williemploy about »0 men, so that about 1,800 men have been idle for more than two months. The Ave mills that start will give employment to about '1,400 men and possibly more. The mills constitute the larger part of the company's plant. The pat- tern and trap mills, which will not open, are small and give employment to but few men. SixwABT. one of the republican senators who are preventing the senate from taking ac- tion on the silver question, has pitched into Cleveland for attempting to dictate that body what Its action should be on that que...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 September 1893

jpa»%»»p»www?»j- HAWTHORN DIKE, WIMBLEDON PARK. All the golden »irl« tall of b«lm*nd tdaora, Wbere ^ho hawthorns line the ihelVingdlk* ^.v/^wlth'^nowers, \"/' \"4- :.- -^0K^r^\\.',• '•.'\"' :.-.:.•' hours. ^i.-:': -.. - ^ W ^ ^ ' ^ ^ ^ N - v ^ - ^ Highand low they l«ngh and listen, know- •,-.-'•'''•: ing their doom— v „ ::'.r:^iM- •''?•'•%.•': Bright as brief-to bleat and chaar they know notwhom, v:-.' '«•••-..•\"'^.:'^:^-rr:'i'- Heed not how, bntwaahed and wanned with sons and showers Smile and bid the sweet, sodCUKmdnalbanks and powers :'-'-\\''u'-'^ Thrill with love of sunlit fire or starry gloom. All oar moors and lawns all roand rejoice, bat here,: -• '••-•'\":^'-: • All the raptarous resurrection of the year Finds the radiant utterance perfect, sees the '•' word''' Spoken hears the light that speaks it. Far and near All the world Is heaven, and man and flower '• . ' and bird . Here are one at heart with all things seen and heard. —A. C. Swinburne in London Academy. T...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 September 1893

M i a Marth a stood upon th e platform !§$&&$ ttu9 assembled^oolrHirweefc Miss •^Itoth::. adored by every girlish b o u t in ^ ^ m - - % 6 t ,-afc all th e ideal school- ma'am. •*I have a not e b e r e ^ she said in that clear, vdbtuntvcico tha t never conld b e t r ^ e X $o• *&© , conventional /monotone. • ^ n V i b ^ y o n f a l l t o the\"sociable a t tho MMMoi!^ Jftr. Bowali: informs m e tha t a h old classmate of his will b e present an d will probably b e in- duced t o tell the company something of th e mission schools in th e Sandwich Is- lands.\" : ,:.'-\\ '.\"': ' .:• ' - ' • : - Miss Martha, looting a t the noto as if not quite sure, hesitated a little before pronouncing the'las t words, then tore th e sheet of paper t o atoms. \"Yo n m a y find it interesting t o go, \" she Added, with a nod t o her assistant t o indicate that she had finished her speech. The assistant struck th e bell, an d th e room was filled with .the rustle of a well ordered rising. ' A...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 September 1893

Wmi? ^#^lsl$?3MK.?i THE DEMOCRAT* THCBSJJAJT, SEPTEMBER 98, 1803. !/:'v: WW^M! THE KNdmEDGE WHICH ASSISTS H t HOUSEHOLD MANAGijillENtv fr A Word For the BablesHThe Freedom©I Modern Women—IXometeM Matrimony. A Sageeitlon About j G u o u n r Stoves. . Household Disinfection, ^ v It is a,woman?8 province to control and, manage the household. • WbetheJ? she does it wisely or uriwi^ly'Wsta \"with herself. No one else can absolutely fill her place. She should, therefore, study, the phases of home affairs with the Bame application and assiduity that she would give to a difficult problem which may require weeks, months, even years, to work-out, but which in the end must be solved. A man enters the arena of business with the full purpose of being master of what- ever he undertakes. He knows that he must succeed. Reputation, social position, comfort, progress, the happiness of his fam- ily, even life itself, may depend upon his efforts. If woman, would feel the same re- sponsibility in regar...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 28 September 1893

I For Sale by Leathern & Smith ^ADDITIONAL LOCAL_L , \" LAKE AND BAY, BRIEF fiOTES. The steamer T. H. Smith took a quantify of hay and cordwood over to Marinette on Tuesday. The bie tow barge Planet arrived here this morning, having on board a cargo of coal for Leathern & Smith. The Pewaukee went-'.south last night with an immense cargo of lumber, her deck load being piled up nearly to the top of her pilot house. Tugmen report that schooners are few and far between just at present. There are only five vessels running regularly to Menominee and one to this place. Still another raft of logs will be brought from the west shore by .the tug Goldsmith this fall. It is getting pretty late for raft towing, butCapt. Carrington will get the logs in all right. If the free canal is such an inestimable advantage to vessel owners, why is it that part of the fleet sailing between Chicago and Menominee go around by way of the Door on their way north? Advices from Washington Island dated ter...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 October 1893

VOLUME XXI. STUBGEON SAY, WIS*, THUESijAY, ©CTOBEK 5, 1803. NUMBER 1. Gallant Rescue of Five Sailors By Our Brave Life-Savers. MAN WASHED OVERBOARD AND LOST The Schooner Windsor Went Ashore at Cana Island Saturday Morning—Help Tel* egraphed for to This City—Capt. Bon tin and His Crew Responded, and Rescued Five Sailors. Capt. Telesford Boutin and his crew of gallant life-savers did honor to the service by their work in rescuing the crew of the wrecked schooner Windsor, which went ashore on Cana Island, six miles north of Baileys Harbor, last (Saturday morning on- ly a few hours after midnight. The trip of over thirty miles through roads almost impassable with mud, and on a dark night, together with the work done after they ar- rived at the wreck, gives evidence of their zeal and ability in the discharge of their duty. The sailor who is called upon to face the dangers of the sea in this danger- ous portion of the lake will feel confident that should his vessel be wrecked any- where ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 October 1893

d ^ * i ^ r $ | r ^ y ..••• \"v- .-v.,- . .--v«v'^.™''-'»-v.,.. (l,Wi.. J. '„,•'.••!• long, lank hair fell down m tfo be sujse^(the entirely overlooked in ber BOphtetrjr the fact that Miaa Stafford had known fienry Brace long before she had been favored with his acquaintance, bot the would have dismissed this reflec- tion a« Irrelevant had it occurred to her. And I think that through it all a vivid recollection of the air ef ownership with whiph that h £ y had laid her:gloved hand upon the gentleman's shoulder when she had surprised them together a few hours since still rankled in her memory. What right indeet\" had she to treat him as if he were some fine wboled sheep marked with her \"road brand\" and to be claimed aaanestray? She had hr'ied herself into a tempest of bxHgnati^^ over his last thought when fftie was startled by some one quickly en- tering the bower. It was Henry Bruce. Qynthialooked up at his strong, athletic figure and his kindly eyes, beaming down upon her w...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 October 1893

,' . A STONE • WAIJL ,^t Aloiig the country rosulside, stone on stone. P u t waring gralnflelds and near broken stOs, The wall*8tTet^ onward, an uneven pile. With rankling vineaand lkhen'orergrown. 86 stand they BentirieL Uhohahged. alone. They're left to watch the seasonspassing slow) The summer's twilight, or the winter's snow. The springtime's birdllng, or the autumn* . moaiw •/-: :A:-['::^/:i.'..:^::^-'''•' :•:•:•' Who placed' the stones now gray!with many . 'years?VJ ••'.: V^'^tt^'-J. vr'l And did the rough bands tire, the sore haarte ache, ' C:v' /.\"\"]••\":\" \":_' The eyes grow dim with all their weight of •'•'tears? '.:\\- ' ^Xv:n . '-A'.'•• Ordid the work seem light for some dear sake? Those lives are over. All their hopes and feam Are lost, like shadows in the morning break. ' t — J n l i o M. Llppmann. MER SACRIFICE. \"For land's sake, Jane, what'do you sop- pose Josiah's been doin now?\" and Bliss Sarah Middleton held up a bit of pasteboard just arrived in the morning ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 October 1893

'0 •-.'•• TtH$it^: \"C^YewIT'\"\" Six Month* JhdrertUdcffjfttet i^lin^upon application- iff •-•., ,'^ g . fc-'i'ii:.«\" ??•/'/• • ** •• '•'.• /%u*«Et*jfiii*8 ^OPINION , ^ TOe$ttt!W^ by Ptesidentpieveland contains his opinion o% the financial situation, and bl« senttr roentf are agreed with by a vast majority 'the people of the • country,* irrespective ofpoliticalbeUefc\" , ' 7 - , \"Kx»CDTiT».-KAi»iipWf 'WABBIWOTON, Sept. a,-Hoa ifi^ Nprthen^-My DearSir I hard- ly know bow to rtply to yow letterof the istb in«t. It Beemii to me that I am quite plainly on record concerning the financial question. My letter accepting the nomination to the presidency when read in connection with the message lately sent to the congress in extra- ordinary session appears to me to be very ex- plicit, .-..:... '• \" • •••, . \"I want a ourrency that is stable and safe in the hands of our people. I will not knowingly be Implicated in a condition that will justly make me in the least degree answerable...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 October 1893

^ j ^ D ^ b d ^ ^ cStfSllii T5Â¥0MTrTT()1^ XVI? WVÂ¥&i- ^ly b&gingontbedeligta&MritCTWheto' 44TA*I4U-M-V- V V A l y i O ^^^fembeBMLhp Fourth of July and THAGEb B* INTERESTING EXHIBITS .^•G-'-'AT'THE'WO Ib« Germiuc Departmeot or th» World** Fair BailAiDB la a Laod of Ielish to the Children—SantaciaoaandHlaChrUt- ma« Chariot. '':. ,r? A-f?-'•• ?£'.'!*'-',\\.:K :' The increasing luxury of modern life can be nowhere better gauged than among the toy exhibits at the W6rtd^s fair. Prosper- ity always provide* well for h«!r children's amusement, and the cost of the toys she buys are a stood indication of the length of prosperity's puise. Butthere is history .inioys'aswell. Beginning with the rude playthings of prehistoric babes shown in the Ethnological building, an observing person can get a very good idea of the de- velopment of-civilization by noting the ascend i ng scale of the evolution of toys that has produced the latest mechanical and scientific marvels. The progres...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 October 1893

it* ' l ' » o t h l n g ' ^ .. All , PlckIn^^? .E*»oyioi» if u t B« ,•' ii«idariB:d!-'.^ ^ S ^ ^ ^ i n M i - '^Bti»il*»W«i4 Cos-. The Han*fjCentrale8, w tbey are call , r consistof avast iron Rtr|(ct^*8ltdat)9d in t i e center of Paris, a few Kquarei from the river on the north side. The^ sti^to wroanid form an open sanare.' Other streets con- tihue p eir ^ n i ^ througo it, technically it(,contains •$&. greaVp^yiildnsi t o say noth- lng ofsthe cellars. Practically it is a series of covered streets and cross streets, where - one wanders, from the cabbage market to the department of cheeses and from the tripe market to the fruits and flowers. Its actnal^divisions areas follows: Poultry and grttne, meat, flsh, butter, eg«s and cheese, vegetables, fruits and flowers \" . As to the selling, it is both wholesale and retail. Beforefla. m., it is a bourse for the provisioning, of Paris, where not only retail dealers come to get tbefr wares, but even exporting house* mast find ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 October 1893

•n YaHKFA^eii MATE LEROV DISCUSSES TOPl#|$feAR The Numerous Varletle* of Frnli. H*t» and ' - _ • . •.. ••••••..•'..•:. •.••.,. •'•'''•••: \" ''• V' v '?.'.•'.'-'- •'•\" Bonnet* Described—The /Banqae Dis- places tba' 1?e Short tTalst—Carriage Wraps of Sa rpuxslne Richness. ' [Copyright* 1693. by American Press Associa- ':,• •••.•\"-:•: ftion.v : •:.:,' .:• flats and bonnets arid how to, make up the Dew dresses are the question of the day among the fair women. Hats are the crown- ing Kloriesof all costumes, and we will give them the first place. The sailor bat with the wide brim that was so very popular is now being shown covered with black sat i n. silk and velvet, osually in black, though stretched wings perched \"upon the front In » bertha or bretelle style such a way that thev appear too * resting I AmonjriBe favorite, colors are the ri^lii »n the bead of the wearer. Birds as large golden wall flowerbrowns. petunia purple! as a parroq'uet are worn this way. Besides P»nk. manve...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 5 October 1893

ABSOLUTELY PURE For Sale l ^ • w r 1 6 ^ ! H™ L«mU- Nabel leave for the World's Fair oa Saturday of this week. AppiTlONAL LOCAL PERSONAL •.•J.ENTftMfr T. W. McCullough, of Baileys Harbor, was in the city on Wednesday. J. R. Mann and Chris. Daniels returned on Monday from their visit to the World's Pair. '\": Ben Blodgett returned on Monday to his home in this city after an absence of sev- eral months. ' County Judge Chas. A. Masse returned on Monday morning from a week's visit at the World's Pair. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dana left for Chicago on Monday evening, they being bound for the World's Fair. Chris. Helm, accompanied by his dangb- ter Emma, returned on Wednesday from the World's\" Fair. C.I*. Fellows, of Foscoro, chairman of the town of Clay Banks, was seen in the city on Saturday. Geo. Mainz, accompanied by bis daugh- ter Clara, returned on Monday from a trip to the World's Fair. Alex Anderson returned on Sunday from his trip to the World's Fair and is again' bustling at his an...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 12 October 1893

VOLUME XXI. STUBGEON BAY* ^ 6 ^ ^ 1803. NUMBER 2 |R»EF LOCAL NOTES. —A new hardwood floor has been laid in M. Cochems' store daring the past day or .two.:- y--v :y::.' .'•''/ . —A new sidewalk has been laid on the north side of Spruce street, between Cedar and Main streets. . —It has been qnite lively in this city dur- ing the present week, there having been a good many people in from the country. —The galvanized iron front is being put on Opera hall, and when the work is com- pleted it will be a handsome and imposing front. • • • —The Moravian church is to receive a fresh coat of paint, the work being done by E. T. Larson, who commenced the job today. —During the absence of our nightwatcb- man, lack Ryan, who is taking in the World's\\Fair, his position is occupied by August Bliesner. —We have been having genuine Indian summer weather so far this week and it is to be hoped that it will continue in the same way for several weeks. —A democratic postmaster has been ap- pointed at Ahn...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 12 October 1893

^:*\\^/# i'^i^ *0$ Sttfe exclaimed the fair Edith, who bad been leaning against a^ pillar of the veranda listening listlessly to the previous conversation, \"a genuine fron- tiermerrymaking Such as I have heard •o rnnch ahoot? That is delightful! 1 muBt see it by all means! Yon will take me, Hal, of course?\" ' \"A ball!\" exclaimed the fair Edith. * 'I suppose so,'* replied Bruce in rather a hesitating tone on being thus directly appealed to. .VI hope you won't think me rude, Edith, but the fact is I have already part way committed myself in regard totfeat affair.\" \"And to whom, pray?\" inquired Edith, raising her pretty brows in the complete- ness of her surprise. \"What siren has. anticipated me in this request, I should like to know?\" \"Oh, .it's a little favor Miss Dallas re- quested during my visit there,\" Bruce responded carelessly enough. \"I'm sorry these engagements conflict, however. What doyou think I'd better doabout it?\" \"Do about it?\" returned Miss Stafford, wi...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 12 October 1893

^TjME OLD MAN'S 8 0 ^ i outrageous carelessness I am compelled to \" i night after night to go over the bar- In KjWt^oUow grsveysji^ * f c | a » ^ ^ T ^ i w ' J l t J J i ^ ^ : 4 JIW-» «.. • « i » — ! ' \"But why don't you tuke the policy at £ # & & « £ f ^ t ^ ^ S ^ I ^ »^thak,ate^pialuiiight,idS.inake- And where caressing » e p h m W go back to your . - «rSene^*riW^&^% -v ^: i*f |^. : &*:- • -' l *iW «i parietal bone - like a well ordered' rstood\\ta:ch«fce£*a^ qtuetgrave, - On• this green JuTL-'^ will vSloepfromag*^:aij^ Mv#' ::^vv:''. Ess dreamer mhtednamleas Sleep, the mys The best, the crown ofallheryears, our wesU ':::Vi ern world can show, X.y-yX::~ - The fullest flowerageot our time Ishurled here . ' . ^ ^ b s l o ^ : * ^ • •'• They sleep, nor heed the winter storm, norfcel 4I4:V:^,•A»'SMmuer'b^aB^*'^^ , ^:^:/ \" • =\"*\" •.' ^Iwy sleep, bat the-strong words they snake •Lrehlnwnn^KKl^tbeseas. , :' 'V*^. ading grasp o'er ham- are blown o'er, I ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 12 October 1893

MMm JmL IP Paw §£#!& *&&&'. .AdTiftUli^ HUM furntohed upon appUcaUon :' • ^ -'-v r'v •'•\"\"\"• --fry--y \"y^'.-i...\" ••,• • ' ' '*— baa proposal another amendment to the IisHy*r-Bill now an^er-con^d^fauon. in the '^!B^tipKr:Tniiri. alwMffieint^ieeniB td~be meeting with more approval than any- thing else of the kind that b*« yet been wwarted. :£ Tbe WH provide* that hereafter any owner of •liver bullion, the product of mines or refineries located in the United State*, may deposit it at a n y m i n t of the United States to be formed Into standard dollars Of the present weight and fineness for bis benefit as hereinafter stated bnt it shall be lawful to refuse any deposit of less value than $100, or any bullion so base as to be unsuitable for the operation of the mint, It is provided, however, that there •hall only be delivered or paid to the per- son depositing the silver bullion such number of standard silver dollars as shall equal the commercial value of the si...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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