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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 16 November 1893

ton It would bay© been toee long ago. i ^ s-t^te ^Viii^iyfjjifi, Six Months^^.-i..i.wi,..i....\"...^-\" - •Â£! Three Months,V.y...v..-......:........•• .«• •*» 8In»leOoples...........w................... .08 AdVertfaimj rate* furnished upon application. ton Bay, WU. MnUrtdat thtPoitq/toiinBturau : as $eeond-ela$i matttr. STTJRQBON BAIT. 1yi8. MOV. 1L 1898. PANICS NOT POLITICAL. The Evening Wisconsin draws compari- son between the panic of 1873, when the republicans were In control of the govern- ment, and that of this year. It says: \"It U worth whiJe^ now tb»t the worst of the panic of 1803 is over, to look back and survey the ruin It has wrought. In the nine months ended Sept. 80, banks *us* pended to the number of 567, with liabili- ties of $168,818,319. The aggregate num- ber of business failures of all kinds during the same period was 12,000, with aggregate liabilities of 1780,800,000. One of the natur- al results of the financial cataclysm bair , been distress among: corp...

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 — 16 November 1893

T K E MMOCRAIV THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, W93 AN INTERESTING ENGAGEMENT. I k * Son ef • the M e * iSrmddcwkJtoM t« '••••: Lewis Gnm:-SUvtM^^ii^mk:0^A' •vice president of the UrnJt^ State* ia to te married soon to B H s s a H e i ^ ^ . J l B ^ o t : Bloomington, liig.,tne eldttt dwight-Brof William O. Davis, proprietor of the Bloom- ington Daily Pantograph. The marriage ^ istobesolemnixed ' i l $ f'atiibe residence of ri,::-'^^toride'« father in Bloomington, and t h e young conple will make a short wedding tonrin Europe, re- turning to take \\gg^ up their residence in the national capital. Miss Davis is a h a n d s o m e and h i g h l y cultured young woman. She was partly LEWIS G. STKVKHBOH. educated at the State Normal university at Bloomington and, partly at a Boston college, finishing her studies in Europe. She traveled abroad for several, years and Is a proficient lin- guist. She was the. boyhood's sweetheart of Mr. Stevenson, and the announcement of their approaching marriage was...

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 — 16 November 1893

wmm&mm THE M M O C « ^ TBT^ ^ .-. ••.':• • . •'. • . « SKwnrjf». .-y.., ^iV^.,.^-., \":-: Lewis Green Stevenmiu o ^ a r a ( 4 th* Vice president of the U n i t ^ States, is to W married soon to :\\]tts«^t^:&,.J)Kria,af.: Bloomington, IHfc tb* eldeat d«aghterot William O. Davis, proprietor of the Bloom- ington Daily. Pantograph. The maniage istobesolemnized at the residence of th« bride's lather in. Bloomington, and t h e young couple will make a short wedding tour in Europe, re- turning to take up their residence in the national capital. Miss Davis is a h a n d s o m e and h i g h l y cultured young ' woman. She was partly LEWIS o. sTBVKKBON. educated at the State Normal university at Bloomington and partly at a Boston College, finishing her studies in Europe. She traveled abroad for several years and is a proficient lin- guist. She was the boyhood's sweetheart of Mr. Stevenson, and the announcement of their approaching marriage was not a great surprise to their friend...

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 — 16 November 1893

8 t ^ e f Brtbtos Ar« Seeondfaaiiaed—A ' ' M«^r--JMt t|i« .,P«rt» ^»f Some JCorelga : OonBtrlec—Coctljr Tobacco In Fnuiee. Qn the promenade deck of an Atlantic •teainevw^winlbouod , one often aeea groups of passengers engaged in conversa- tlonof apparently more than ordinary grav- ity. The sarne is noticeable in the smoking saloon ai»d 'tween decks. Certain charac- teristics of such conferences unmistakably betray their subjects* Old ocean travelers' say they can tell it at a glance. They would much sooner take chances on guessing aright in such-a case than the pools on the shlp*s run, for there is a certain wistful j i ^ r i h g l i ^ t h e J u M r ^ ^ of nervous apprehension and bravado that is always present Once correctly diag- nosed the symptoms seldom fail In such a conversational group it's 10 to 1 its mem* bars are anticipating their experiences in the customhouse.: .' On the eastward trip the subject is of lit- tle importance. People carry little to the other side, a...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 16 November 1893

--0? ^THUi DEMOCRAT, qnBOJi^E^Y, N O V E M ^ B i 16 r 1803 'ft^m^'li^ffi!^ 44ATE UEROY DISCUSSESTHE REVIVAL A Notable Bridal Co«tame D«wrll»*d—Pop- alar Dancing 6own»-Of H»tt and Bon- n«U There I» an tnBnlte Variety—Kobe* • 'iror 3hrt»tenln«^T^r:VY':v:/:.. ' - :^: ICopyrlght, 188B, by American Press A»*ocla- -':. ':'.•• -.,•\".:• : ' VT tionJ'V'.: . • '-.'••. ,..' .. * .' /. So far this season there have not been many social gatherings that have brought oat any very special toilets except a couple of weddings, and these have been marked by their quiet elegance rather than public display. Indeed, the fashion for very grand weddings and very grand funerals has near- ly passed away, and the best families make each as quiet and limited as possible. The wedding ceremony is nearly as sad as a fu- neral, since it generally leaves a vacant apace in a home. One recent wedding was that of the daughter of Lieutenant de Long, who per- ished on the frozen Lena, The young bride extendin...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 16 November 1893

•Jft ft •iPcr Sale•r•4•'by/^'^!lSiftS^m?*'}= ^iiii4|^s THE WRIGHT COMPLETED. LEATHEMi SMITH'S NEW WRECKER v IS READY FOR BUSINESS. She la Undoubtedly the Best Wrecking Tug In These W»t*r«-Complete Wreck- ing Ontflt Will be Carried on Board. On Monday the work of fitting out the Albert J. Wright, the new wrecking tug of the Leathern & Smith Towing & Wrecking Company, was so far completed that steam wan got up and a trial trip made to the mouth of the bay and back. Everything worked all right and as soon as the craft has been inspected she will be ready for business. The Wright was built at Buffalo in 1887, her gross tonnage being 240 tons, she being 128 feet long, 28 feet beam and 10 feet deep. A year ago this coming December she caught fire while laying at Grand Haven, and her entire upper works were destroyed together with a portion of the hull. She was ip this shape when purchased by Messrs. Leathern and Smith, and last spring was brought to this place for the purpose of...

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 — 23 November 1893

\\ u £ ! £ ^ '-r'V ^--:rO^^:s.-r:^.xi:-- '-M«*l»«»---' . . '•:•.'•• '- \\V '••'•'\" ^ v : . y . ^ r : ' - ' { ' ^^ VOIiUME X ^ I . STURGEON BAY, WIS*, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1803. NUMBER 8. FIRE FIEND'S WORK AGAIN TWO BUILDINGS DESTROYED AT AN EARLY HOUR MONDAY MORNING. Another One of Oar Fire-Traps Gone Up in Smoke—Origin of the Blase a Mystery M Usual.—Property all Insured. The frame building located on the cor- ner of Cedar and St. John streets, and owned by John Graef, together with the adjoining building, owned by O. E. Dreut- zer, were destroyed by fife at an early hour Monday morning. The flames started in the rear end of the Dreutzer buildiug, which was occupied .by a clothing store which lo- cated hero only about a week ago, ana spread with such rapidity that the inside of the structure was all on fire almost as soon as the first few people arrived on the'scene, none of the goods being Sttved. The blaze also quickly communicated to Mr. Graef'e building, the lower stor...

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 — 23 November 1893

iUH^rBY-&P6CtAL^^AN6CM8^T',WlTH ' Howbeit. whatever may have been the experience of her companion. Cynthia learned little from the , instrument of which her heart had not been eloquent ' before. But she acquired a certain dainty dexterity, and as this musical intercourse gave rise to much conversation and con- fidential disclosure it was not long be- fore Bruce was well acquainted with all her girlish dreams and'fancies—^except one, in regard to which Cynthia said nothing, but preserved the evasive silence of womankind. It shone in her eyes that kindled at his coming, in the quick color that mounted to her cheek at his approach, in the sud- den delicious tremor that seized her when he drew near, and the indescrib- able thrill that set her heart to throb- bing whenever bus hand touched hers. In placo of that -dejection that once op- pressed her. a glad gayety and light heartedness attended all her movements. Joy laughed in the sunlight, and mirth came to her on the wings of the 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 — 23 November 1893

In tha woods quiet broods : * . rhere no querulous-care intrude^ Thought may be f ancy tree, Driftln«» drifting, dreamUy. : i J / Lines of grace of vines yon trace, y'-° ' loa t cling and swing and toteriaoe. V - - And twirl and twist fmd make as yon tut, A crypt for prayer or a lover's tryjit Twilight glooms In leafy rooms Half reveal the beautiful blooms You may diBccrn at every iura Peeping about from brake and tern. Like jewels bright, a pretty sight, Bine and goldish and pink and white Their delicate sheen among the green, Turquoise opal and tourmaline. ' The forest weaves a crown of leaves /And a carland of flowers for the soul that '-grieves ]•:'• • • • Gray and grim, death grows dim. And the wine of life bubbles over tha'brim. Grim and gray trouble, away! There's something abroad in the woods today. A glory Bifts through skyward rifts And hitherward, thitherward floats and drifts. In the woods a spirit broods. Luring men into marvelous moods. The gods are here doubt and f...

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 — 23 November 1893

A DBMOCRA1TO JOUBWAL. PUBLISHED TKRM0OF SOBJSCRIPTIOK : One Tear.,... Six Months... Three Months.. Single Copies.. Advertising rate* furnished upon application ..$1.0b . . . . . 8 0 .... 3A .... .08 &M$n&at th4 fotUtftoHn Sturoto v «lecond-ctatB matter. 'ton Bdf, Wit. STUBGBON BASv WIS* NQV..38. 1883. ' / • - - - D E A T H bp^aiEN. J. M. m i a k . :Qnm J. M, R«sk, •x-secretary of agricul- ture/ e*-got:enior of this state, and ex- member of congress, died at his home in Vlroq.ua at 7:46 o'clock Tuesday morning, after an illness of several days. The Fol- lowing is a sketch of his life: Jeremiah McLain Rusk, ex-secretary of agriculture, was born in Morgan Comity, O., Jane 17,1880, the youngest of ten child- ren of Daniel and Jane Falkner Rusk. He obtained bis education in the schools near bis home and grew to manhood on bis father's farm. He baa never since relin- quished the occupation of a farmer, al- though his varied capabilities have fre- quently been called into requisi...

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 — 23 November 1893

j | f j | | l j j | ^ WASHINGTON LETTER. P E E L E D WHEA^T F t O U R ^ Lecommended by Dr. Everett. GtUTE F L Q U R I A ^ c o n i - mendecfiay physicians all over the countryX^ W H O L E ^ v V ^ A T MEAL. CRAG^ED VVHEAT. SEMOLINAS For Breakfast Cakes. ' ' p., \" ''•'•--.. \\^- FARINAS For Mush, Cakes and Gems. v' As well as other Specialties, at the Bay View Roller Mills Those who use them pronounce our goods superior to any other, because they are always absolutely fresh. WHITESIDE, THORKILDSOH & SHAW, Manufacturers. | white settlers he traced quite extensively in I Green^ Bay iiidH^^*reqwentiy met^ln that -:--^-- '•••„•'••'.• „ . . city, by old residents of this county, in later IFrpm Our Rejrular Correspondent.! y e a r 8 R f t e r ^ ^itfe% P n h a d taWpSsWfi- WA8HtROTOW,D.C.. November 17,1893.—The ! «j0n of ana buftt ho|ae8 on the Indians' old foot-killer ought to have been in Washington • planting jfrtiuno&^helnaiHus held possession this week, lie might have workrd tw...

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 — 23 November 1893

Vrom Father to tan Has' the POSMMIOII of -:' .- 'Wfclcli i&rJnsj^Jto^ •• ' . especially those relating to reHglotu or quasi religious beliefs, hnfl been dealt with by many able pens. Most educated people have some acquaintance with the super- natural pretensions of people like Joanna Southcote or Joe Smith. It may, however, be safely alleged that scarcely one Euro- pean in a million has ever beard of a most singular Instance of popular credulity, which, dating back to the first century,, has held sway even to the present day, Probably the^ earliest notice of the so called \"blaster of Heaven\" which appeared in any European work is to be found in the \"Annates de la Fol\" or missionary \"Col- lectanea\" of the Jesuit priests, forwarded in the shape of letters from various por- tions of the heathen, world. Writing in 1856, Father Demicourt described the then living \"master\" in no favorable terms. It was, however, reserved for the well known authority, on Chinese matters, Mr. Ch...

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 — 23 November 1893

JllijlJl^ -C •:'• :)^t- :\"C:' [--::r^ FEATHERWEIGHT TYRANNY MAY BE CRUSHING IN ITS EFFECTS^ Responsibility of Parent*—Nuns I n China. E m p t y L ) T M - H O W W o m e n Inores M Care—Things Sh e H»t*»—M«k« H o m e Happy—Furnish t h e H n i l i • V t h u s exerde e a great influence.—Hong- Kon g Letter. I Don' t thro w pu t a bag of st ale TOft crack ere p u t t h e m in a'big shallow pan an d let | t h e m ge t crisp again in a moderate oven. Don' t p o t your clothes da the Hue and Al l tyrants d o no t g o abou t menacin g their victim s w i t h clubs and alarmin g the m wit h th e clank of chains an d click of the bolt i n th e dungeo n door. There are tyrants wit h swee t faces a n d soft voices, w i t h eyes tha t laugh , a n d lips t h a t , woo , an d fingers tha t caress. Their tyranny i s very gentle, bu t witha l i t i s a s difficult t o resist as the soft, steady, blanketlike pressure of th e fog w h e n it come s stealing in from th e sea or creeping tip from t h ...

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 — 23 November 1893

ABSOLUTELY PURE Fcr Sale t Xcaitliem & Smith/ BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. —Don't forget the masquerade ball which will be given by the band boys on Thanksgiving evening. —Thanksgiving is just one week from to- day. Residents of Sturgeon Bay have .much to be thankful for. ' —Your attention is directed to the sev- eral new advertisements.appearing on the eighth page of today's paper. —An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. I. Brandis died in |his city on Friday morn- ing last. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of all in tbeir affliction, —Adam Simon, the hustling lime dealer of Sevastopol, has just finished burning an- other kiln of bis gilt-edged lime, and is ready to take orders for the material. —P. X. Sailer had the misfortune to lose a \"pocketbook containing a considerable sum of money* on Friday night of last .week. He offers to pay a reward of $25 for the return of the property. —Henry Wenzil and John Leidel opened up their meat market in John Masse's building on Monday, and they are...

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 — 30 November 1893

VOLUME XXI.' STUBGEON BAY, w M | THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1803. NUMBEB 9, LtiW^AT* OF TAXATION. RATE OF TAXES ON CITY PROPERTY MUCH UOVVER^THAN LAST^EARr ~ Only, a Little More than One and One-Half Per Cent—Apportionment af County and '•i- .. .ststfe.'.'x^eeY' '.\"•. . Coanty Clerk Killman completed the apportionment of county and state taxes ^ among the several towns and city of this county, during the latter part of last week, and^we are indebted to him for the follow- ing figures showing the total amount of tax for state and county purposes to be levied upon the different towns and city, the figures of last year's apportionment be- ing also given in\\ a separate column for comparison: Go. and 8tate Tax-lKB. • 947 68 1.937 79 866 88 S&M2 48 USB 60 1,906 Q3x 1.946 5 3 \\ \\ 1*857 30 Nj Bailers Harbor Brussels.... Clay Banks., Egg Harbor ForestvlUe Gardner Gibraltar.......... Jacksonport...... Liberty Grove.... Nasewaupee Sevastopol — — StargeouBay.town Sturgeon Bay, city Union......

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 — 30 November 1893

mass?***'?*\" tefx H ^y^'.^ ^#^fe:y: . •_J.'ii^Vr*»^-'':-^»^\"\" ' TP*'*-- '':\" '^.'- • ' '•'.''•'.••.'•-•.•. r\\.'i .•••• J.'\".' met.. J f f i s s S ^ b L t h e r ^ S - S f \"I^nff to bcr feet,dashing away\" •''•''•:• ICORTlKOBftJ ' \" \"BoyB,\" said his honor gravely, \"hev you agreed tiponyour vardict?\" \"I reckon so, jedge/' replied the fore- man, with a broad grin. \"How Bay you? Is the prisoner guiltyr \"Guilty?\" returned the foreman with an incredulous sniff—\"not much!\" \"Qulltyt\" returned the foreman with an increduteuntmiff—\"not much!\" \"How hev you found, thenj1\" inquired his honor. \"Waal, jedge,\" the foreman responded familiarly, while - he leaned unsteadily on tho lfgal table aud comprehended the entire assemblage in a single philan- thropic smile, \"ye see, it's about like this. We've sized the sitooation up and been over the whole bizness. Here's the diseased knows how peart the prisoner is with a 6-shooter, and thot it's voluntary suicide to gc ag'in him...

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 — 30 November 1893

i#&Q^%£$^^ 1803:' • Xtlsdonft—the roBMneetia-wjiiR'^ ?Jpblessing hath Fortune to send, For Cn{££ bb* aianiined dawn\"thai coyir ^ ••\" -•' . \\.A^.T^tte^^:'i«i^%y^^.:V':..-: *'Juite : iuvtheit^i^»itf Sweet, short as the text for a tomb. Of love and a youth that was smitten, • Then ashes and gloom, f :- -' I thought it might be a long story, ,.. A aerial never to stop I thought he'was wrltingfor glory, , ^ A n d ' M ^ ^ ^ shop. .-• Bat no. He Just scratched off a lyric : Thatsome feeble poet might, sing (It almost would pass for a pyrrhio) / I.:\": :^, ^A:Bit^.ishprt'tMng.- I thought-J. strong chainLor^Was weaving . To Btretcii to eternity's brink. But the shackles were vejrydeceivlng, Composed ottme link. • , Do all dreams turncoat just as hollow? Must I go through life as a sage? Alas! in LoveVbookXmust there follow Blapk page after page? Or else wife this little love poem, Whjcn took but a day to compose. Designed as a sort of a proem, .//-.• The rest to be prose? .* at h...

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 — 30 November 1893

PUBLISHED ^0MM-'l^to^h^i TtauaoTBvnsaCBprioVi . . . W J O O •. ••. oifcO* fill Months.. ThreeMonths ... w-'v * •? •••• Single |i||tf. ^ -- Advertising ir»^ ^tntohedfupoin application. SlftS^- : . gnitred at the PoitcMc« in Sturgeon ^Bat, Wi$. isted'/: ':•: a* tecona-ciasM matter. STURGEON BA*. WIS., NOV. 80.1888. t DEMOCRATIC TARIFF sJEACURE. The democratic tariff bill has been laid before the public at last and business men now know exactly what will be done in the way of tariff reform. Republicans are expected to find fault, of course, but theThe proposed measure will become a law and will be tried until 1897. We venture to prediot that the people of the country will be so well suited with the measure by that time that they will not abandon it. The people have for years been demanding a reduction of tariff duties which were im- posed during the war and which it was supposed would be reduced when the need for them ceased. The republican party promised this reduction time and agai...

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 — 30 November 1893

f t e v Ing^bouqaets to send toa favorite wtrtffl?r| hi8 chair, und^tfe came plump up• axains.t ^ b^in g his bald*ead9lj^px)6^ i ^ the a^ates,vimmiu iasomekiud of lieht Oiie day GUne, as I said, turned a leaf, he had nj.versee before. He did i^me&odicall:*v< Miss Chalcey!\" he said ^ y - • # e ^ « » J $ W £ % dombefore ' jumpTug up. \"What do you mean by hav- tteKla^andasheMdtto^to not telling me? What said, \"I must get toarried.\" vyery jpun«ttMo^ ^bu never gefcrihy business ideas into ^ o you mean by coming here today? Will He proposed to get married just as he pro- posed to buy Brighton \"A.\" It was a good '^•iawsbma^^ : y r . - - . * Then he set about it in the most extraor- diioar^ want/' said he, ••? ,, anygiddy16wuiiesl I want a mature, sen- sible, sober, gnomical , Wvelh est, healthy, good tempered, prudent, af- , fectionate, sagacious, lovable, motherly, j^nteeljstorlto Girls make me weary, and I'm going to organize the b'usl- ^TaesaptgMi^whtit I want. I ca...

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 — 30 November 1893

P ll trtal l embody light arid so inspire ., _je»d««^»thBttIi«wlal world wfllw»k«, I »s at Wrtlna Bound of btiglo take v- - •' roth's blehest citadel.\" Qnlck with de«ire Sifcv? the artist, touched t o impnla© higher ' even th« star^ * reinewnt irk ^ A s If In prayer then on the c«nv»« drew roup of children, with a Preseacefifair stln their midst that, son encircled, grew tho face sublime! Oh, Light of ages, j uame • • .-:- , I where—'-v-v--. •--'.-•-' -r: •''''..•':'•*:'-:? r-'::-'.''Z: Where other shall we see the symbol true S t r a i n the splendor that thou alone dost wear? - \" —Boston Teachers' Bazaar Book. around In t h e dark, b u t t h e Wa n struck i match arid li t a candle. The n I s a w tha t th e wor n Waa perfectly bare except for a commo n wooden chai r a n d a tabl e o n which stood -the candle a n d a leather va- lise. : w'- '^'Ji^^^0^ff^-?^^S^^M^i^^, : •'.•M'.XQW^.^ ^ H e took som e papers o u t of £he valise a n d handed m e a fountain pen. ' W h ...

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