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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 30 November 1893

••m^ • • • • & * YOKE ll^tSERbY DESCRIBE ^a n$£s S' 'Handera ' • «^aUbwwi : : Ai^ll^^ ('^*J^* • .. v•'\".Ugly Style of jy^rtt«h^^I*«r^ri|iim»ed/ With Broadcloth »F«»pul»r Cu^lni\\ \"\\- Mori—Fn«,'Trlmm^ feiwmi^^^ -?v!\\^: ,. -.-_.. ICopyrtKht, MB. bySA&wfauii pipart A«ocia- • ' v •/••• .•.•• : w^ -jftvtic^ ^ Recently 1 h«ve fa^w* i^eral istylish and costly imported dresses with the back of the waist cat all in one piece without V Beam or «at\"her to take away that flat and ••' Ungraceful look. ^Nothingcan mitigate its supreme ugliness, and perhaps that is just wby^it^iSouK^rtyHB^- The fronts of the waist are generally arranged in some man- . uer ,thut-ta mo^e or less ornate, but the back i^Jbeit longer than they have ever been bent up to a slight point over the fort-head made before. The skirt* are ao full as to be There was an alsatian bow of blue velvet, atmost circular and are lined throughout » n d between the loops stood asmall burich vrith satin or silk, ...

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 — 30 November 1893

COUNTY MAIL BAG. EGG HARBOR. ~ *TcI the IWltoroTTlroDemocrat: EGO HABBOB, Nov. 20„ — Simon Barter contemplates making a trip to Sturgeon Bay some time this week. Messrs. Frank Woracbek, Robert Wor- achek, and Anton Birkovetz, allot Kewau- •mee, are spending several days here buying cattle. They want about sixty head^but up to this time tbey- bave secured only about tbirty-flve. Tbos. Carruody moved into bis new house last week, and on Saturday night be bad a \"house warming,\" in wbicb many of the young people participated and bad a good time. . , . ' • ' Many of the farmers around here bave suffered trivial losses recently by mid- night prowlers. TUe losses were such as corn, potatoes, chickens, etc. Last week Theodore Minor built a neat little stable for bis horses. Capt. N. W. Kirtland moved from his lo- cation on the hill into bis house on the bay shore, which was for tbe last year or so occupied by Meyers & Son. Burt Keith also moved down and occupies! part of the same hous...

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 — 7 December 1893

VOIiUMBJXXI. STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1893. NUMBER* 10. TO HELP THE FARMERS. A FARMERS' INSTITUTE NOW IN SES •••Â« SION IN THIS CITY. Our Farmer* Seem to be Talcing a Good Deal of Interest In the Work — Program For the Seat of the Session. The farmers' institute which was to held in this city during today and tomor- row commenced this forenoon with a large crowd of farmers in attendance. The two topics for discuesion, \"Value of Stable Manure,\" and Management of Cattle,\" were weir handled and proved very inter- esting and instructive. The farmers who attended express themselves as being well pleased with the institute so far. There is .much more interest shown in the matter than was expected by the gentlemen who have it in charge and they are much pleased at the interest manifested. The weather is all that could be desired and the attendance this afternoon .and tomorrow will undoubtedly be even larger than it was thismorning. This afternoon the question \"How shal...

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 — 7 December 1893

CHAPTER I. THXOBT IK THE NIOHT. The night had grown very dark. Black ^cmda were drifting over the moon and titi blotting ont the somber light of the coldatars. As I leaned from the carriageand with •training eyes vainly sought to pierce the gloom of the night the soughing of the wind through the great pines fore- told the oncoming storm. A feeling of intense depression seized me. Why had I come? At this moment\" I wished myself miles away.^,^hat a senseless quest this upon,which I had enteredI Suppose I w^re^to find my old friend wonld^she^be glad to see me? Was it notan^mipardonable intrusion to arriveihtis,i unheralded, at dead of night? JJPftB^fnere, in fact, any greater imbecile on earth than I, driving here, near mid- night, over miles of rough country road in search of Portia Vane? Ten years had gone by since Portia and I were graduated from the Canadian convent in which we had spent four happy, uneventful years. During that time we were as inseparable as any schoolgirl friend...

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 — 7 December 1893

~^ THE: '1)AV, PKCKMBEK ^ni. % w^oi* TH£:Gop3:/ijbye.y5# T w i time for him to diet - Rings not your comment cold . . And even itduunaaf Why 8hooldteod«n5rte*nibe«hM When death u ^ young lives low. Spued rear* of sorrow and fret, . Spa^»|j^«hrMthrowT *'.! \".?\"•'•, When young we wecalled away, • We shirk untold regret, For austere Time will slay : Net merely oyeraelves, bat yet Bnnd with authentio sign His despotisms elsewhere— Drape wisps of silvering hair O'er eyes beloved—plow line And furrow on treasured cheeks. \"Whom the gods loye die young.\" •• • Ah, me! There wisdom's tongue With sovereign accent speaks! Pity the old who die. The young behind them leave Such bounteous grief whereby Fate bids they should not grieve. Heart racked with many a sigh. Wounded with many a scar— Pity the old who die The young are happier far. —Edgar Fawcett. KATIE'S PERIL. ','Tonight, by the garden gate, when the rest of the world sleeps, say you will meet me, Katie,\" whispered a modern Rome...

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 — 7 December 1893

^'e' -^4c^^ ^Onejreai?, £ &i*^]&&$3$. '.' • • •••'• ThreeM0oth».' s»:KvV-y••' • * -' «• ' :, - v SJnirleCtoplea-..wi*.*-,•Â»uwi& 11.00 ,80 .25 .08 Mn^i^^'ff^^^Bivrg^ Pay. •-:••: ^•^•^^wnd-aatt matter.:~---: Wit. -#- STURGEON BA3T, WIS., DEC. 1. 1893. t Thefollowlngta tba^part qf President Cleveland's message neterring' to the 'tariff Ato J» direct- ly before us. Nothing BO important claims our attentionAnd nothing *o clearly presents itself as both an opportunity and a duty—an oppor- tunitytodeserve the gratitude of our fellow- ?clU«enB,a duty Impose* upon us by our -oft- repeated professions and by the emphatic mandate of the people. After full discussion bur countrymen have spoken In favor of this reform and they bare confided the work of its accomplishment to the bonds of those who are solemnly pledged to it. .. If there it anything in the theory of a repre- sentation In publlp places of the people and their desires, if public officers are really the servant...

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 — 7 December 1893

fjjjfJtlK^ • •.•• . , ^M Wmm&MKS TALES . ADVENTURES AND INCIDENTS ' f ,OUT OF THE ORDINARY* FAR STURGEON BAT,: WIS. W e haye in stock v a jfine line of Fall and Winter Suitings, aud we are better prepared than ever to give you clothes that are guar- anteed to give satisfaction and at prices that suit the times. Boys' Suits, $13 and upward. Men's Suits, $15 and upward. Pants, $3.50 and \"upward. We also carry a large stock of Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents' Furnishings. Also dealers in The Story of a Traveler In the Wild South- we«t—The Strange Ferryman and His Mexican Wife—The Ho»t Prove* to Be Jiiu Kraxer, \\he Outlaw. [Copyright. 1803. by American Press Assooia- --.. ••'., •\"•- tioa.] -.-. •.'-,.. It wasgrowing dark when I reached the river and made out the cabin on the oppo- site ahore with the 'smoke rising lazily from its wide throated chimney. A path from the cabin door led down to the water, where a big flat bottomed scow was float- in...

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 — 7 December 1893

Itftf5! life will be a swelling anthem,witnno discord U ^ d i i m »aS i^nWwed dlrtwjc* r MID* ^ '4#iUilliii^ ':--V rTOJavweluyl^^ ••-':.'-•.^^CnHBrUiitti^^iliNiMMo^v Skua-ftlt&fitiift imxpareal Birieodor-wfaeii our Sr#W^oi*i*HlW*hlriU»^ •• . • :^: ,' ?- i V r*-Vv^ *^ ::' •'''•: :\"' •.••'•'•'•''•••'•\"•\" . - ' W*anatt} glidettu^hhaJcyon waters, with: nolAborlfigosr topal), ,'': When the taornlnr sun is Betting and the bright ne^inoonJs full Bwk Jn fair irrJgtjousmeadows lappedin sstla- When the polar star is shining atvtlie threa* .V V ::\\-uii(BW'wfhi^ei(it.''-':.--\\'. We shall find the enchanted islands—they are resting over there. Where iho square peg fits the round hole, and the round peg fits the square '•.'.., They are resting in the center of the. world's third hemisphere— When today shall catch tomorrow we shall » find them, never fear. Swathed In Hespeiidean hazes on the mystic sea they rest, *Twixt the north pole and the south pole. Just between the east and west ...

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 — 7 December 1893

WmMlMBSj&Mi }NE VALUE. OF FIRMNESS AND KlNl* WBr #ESS WITH • . CHILDREN.'!- i:^ii •casework u an . A r t - r ^ m l i ^ ^ w r a i f ' '^Narw|ry—l^mpc ^ d Tbetr CmTe—HOOM • ' A Dado of lilnolettm. : J ': We are doubttessaU famUiar with the conversation claimed to have, been over- heard between two boy». Said one to the other: u Are yon goinfrfiahins today \" u N o ,\" replied the second boy \"mother .•won't let me.'*, \"M^l-rC-^'.:': '.' ' \"Fudge,\" said toe tost boy contemptu- ously \"tease he? and tease her, and if sta won't let you go, lie down on the floor and kick. That's the way I do. Then she will let you go. 7 ••...•:•'•' '^ Our first thought is one of indignation against'the little rascal oursecond, no-— the child is not to blame. If he knows he can get what he wants by teasing, why should he not tease? • Or, if kicking upon the floor will change his mother's no into • yes, he would be a very foolish boy if he did not kick\". If he did not know he could get what he want...

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 — 7 December 1893

Ifeg iMiKil^ Fcr Sale\"fry l^them & BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. —Christmas is only two weeksfrom next Monday. ..,- '.:',:,:_„: —An inch or two ot snow fell during Sunday. —Look oat for the boom Sturgeon Bay It going to hare next year. —There has never been better sleighing than during the past week. —Eggs are retailing for twenty-four oentsper dozen in this city at the present time.. —Don't fail to read the first installment of \"A Transferred Identity\" on the second page of today's paper, —Hay is selling at from $10 to $12 per ton in tbt« city at the present time, the price having advanced. ' * • • —There has been a considerable amount of sickness in this city and county during the past couple of weeks. —M. Tewelea 6c Co. received a consign- ment of 400 bags of corn on Wednesday, and are offering it for sale at a reasonable figure. —There has been good skating on the bay during the past week, and the young folks have been, enjoying themselves ac- cordingly. —The mail has been getting ...

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 — 14 December 1893

IfltlfStlffi^ -.mm •'Si, VOIiUBkCE sxxr. STIIRGEON BAY* WI0., TIlbjlSDAYV l^CEMBER 14,185)3. NUMBER U IT WAS A GREAT SUCCESS. TARMERS WERE BENEFITED BY THE RECENT INSTITUTE. ^ h e y Took a Great Deal ef Interest In the Meeting—The Institute Should he Held Mere Every Winter. The farmers'institute held in this city • during Thursday and Friday of last week was well attended from beginning to end, and the various speakers were listened to with much interest. The general opinion expressed by the farmers who attended was that the institute was one of the best things of the kind they had ever attended, And nearly all reported that they . learned -a good deal in regard to the proper man- agement of their farms. The subjects dis- cussed were mainly in connection with stock raising and horticulturet these being the agricultural' pursuits for which this •county is best adapted. The speakers who •discussed the different topics are practical men, and many things brought up and ex- plained by th...

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 — 14 December 1893

m she fltili held in her Jiand,\" Then without one word of apology Mrs. Marchnidnt abruptly rose from the l**BBi»hloiifc?J A new not'on in pincushiona is to make « ! J ^ - f ? ^ ^ f l ^ / m I ! e ? 0 , * B C t e d t , » t envelope.•The pins are Inserted at the .WsyfttOMT I89S.8Y AMCftlCAN PftCSS ASSOCIATION* j '''•: ^V\\''' :-CELaI*rEB' ItL ' TOlmA,8CHlLD. Frozen with terrorrI listened for a re- turn of those velvet footsteps, .but no •bund was heard I threw myself dressed as I was on the bed. I did not dare sleep. The can- dles in their vast gilt sticks burned lower and lower. I watched them with strain- ing eyes, shuddering as I thought of the darkness which would come. A t last they went out. I was alone in the pro- found and awful silence of night. Toward morning I slept from utter exhaustion, and when I wakened the sun was shining full in my eyes. I turned drowsily. Then, sitting upright, I looked at m y dusty, travel stained gown in which I had slept. Suddenly the occur- re...

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 — 14 December 1893

\"THE •SFriiRi-rv rtc nccrti ATiftw ^ P f ^ K ^ I tamed first as red as a peony TH ^ SECURITY OF DESOLATION. t b e n l felt my face pale. Happily, £Tthe ' Heeds not the withering of the garden flow- - ^ J r X S « i T ^ »* S ^ * ° f . ? U v e r m 1 ere. '^•^^'.yv : -v':, -'-'^::-'^--:'--'and Ba,d » F o r two- This gentleman had He grieves not at the diyVwithdrawtog light n n d e r a t o ^ t h e cause of my embarrass- Whp in a dungeonnumbers his dimhours. ment and paid for me.\" ' Hefeareth not the storm upon his head, : \" S o , mademoiselle, you accept 6 sous \\'~VVlioMgannente wit]i^::.mngh 8alt:w«Te' from an unknown man? Better, a thou- ' I . J Jl™?*^' : ' liii.i •'ii-'t''^^i J '*••' aand times,to^have explained the circum-' And he whose fire within his house is dead «tanrAefn*h«^w,^«Xi. Vlvl T*\" -un* Into the outer air will go uncloaked S ^ L , * thec^ductor-tothednver-t o So he whose life some weak, loved hand has ^comptroller—to anybody. One does taken •'• .'v w not...

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 — 14 December 1893

TERMS OF StTBscBiwioM5 : ' 6 n e Y o a r i t ^ M l 3 : i ^ ^8ixMootb»,i':u , .:iwt.:^v ..v.i ./ '.,.'.. ..... • • & :\\8togW Oqpfi^ Advertising rt^es turnl8bcd upon application. Xntered atihsWoiictftce in Stitrg'eon Bay Win. • ' a« $econd-eta*t matter. : ST^KGB^N BAY, WIBi. PEC. 14, 1«9U. ' SOME FACTS ABOUT WOOW rf..•'•In'.^ttn.etort to create a prejudice against the free lister the Wilson bill wbolcommisaion house in Philadelphia has sent put a circular to wool growers. asking opinions concerning the develop ment pf the business in post years, and the probable effect of the free wool clause on the industry'.' One of these circulars was addressed to n wool grower in \"Wyoming, and it is not likely that bis reply will be quoted by the Hon. J. C. Burrows, M. C.tariff This wool grower coolly says that there in no reason! why wool should not be grown fn the west BS cheaply as anywhere in the world that the wool grower has many ad- vantages that cannot be obtained in Aus- tralia, ...

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 — 14 December 1893

l l l f j f § l g f l ^ f^i^ l ifALV'S HEW PREMIER. STUJtGEQN BAY^ WIS. JEanardelll Stand* High In the Respect «nd tj^v! '.vi,/-A|QtecUojift of Uio'Peopl«9.. .'.\"..'. ? Few m«n in Italy stand higher in the re- spect arid affections of the people than Giu- seppe- Zfiiinrdelli,Av bo was apiioiuted pre- includhig KeiiryvCtyubri^u Foi-d4 pktujv of the California Miiswlotts ami larure ,pho\\«- graphs of riunta Barbara^ unique lloralfv^. Uval and battle Of theiloNvii-s. la st^on^ktrgc -tobnislu'ii eat h the gallirv will t^ocmmttid i-nre aild valuable colleu tion.s 01 ethnological ^ccinu-ns, Indian uu - X which has l^een increased by the .simplicity, of his habits, the firmness o.f% bin charac- ter and the purity of his life. lie is one of the really great lawyers of Italy and one of the most brilliant orators of the Italian • •'.,————-—r-r——— \\ parliament. He was !i soldier in the days ' „ , ' \" ' •' i i £ i- i when united Italy was a dream', and he has W e h a v e i n s t o c k ...

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 — 14 December 1893

iitlssi^ftidiOr ^ $lgfe?:S^ : f® • • • • r daown es if I:i^:diefcaVbn^ ?i#'::^'-. - , ^-'.•\"-•-: ,:','!'\" •• • j When they p f c ^ J La& weeks at a \"J- $ ^ ' W ! £ & f ^ ® * ^ art*t*na : p i * ^ h * e l in M u i e ^ w n - » ^ ' ^ u ^ ^ tbo experience would have converted any man •• • •'\"•.' • • •'•\"••^.:''='. \" ,• •.-:',' : •/•'• the Maine coast, and there I made the ao- • quain tnnce of a great many **characters,\" I not a few of whom would have furnished good material for a novelist. The one who attracted me most among them all was g*vOld fisherman known as Sandy Grigg, a man Vyho was rough an a burr,.weather tanned and storm proof, with the voice and features of a ruffian and the piety of a monk. In all my life I never encount- ered a greater human paradox, for the. man's character was diametrically oppor site what any character reader or phrenol- ogist would.have supposed it to be. He Attended church faithfully every Sunday and spoke and prayed at Tuesday even-...

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 — 14 December 1893

^WiiiiiS'lt,io Tli^^ews|)a^r Library, And '^^^ptrrr\\ T^ include any pifemiuni. ^ of this paper, ? leviate the- ^iimeiji-Ni'of \\.:'~ ' ••'*» ~.':W' .V ! tence, butthey..««'«. i # , ••*..'•. Lderiy, rtecliueil ^iuv ..i ..A...''..•..,.-.'•. quickly aTidiclwfflyp^cxivvs that . • . more contdistKl i n bcr self i.iiiKsv\\l • . age than in th e »corilpar«tiv^' l'r v.:( i i - ban vainly sought to i^vss t.,*. \\ U t v , It may be true that, n:. a can » -vor.!.)- cure liberty enough,*K«d «'.i ':t wonn.u may readily have too *nuch to.- her own com* fort. '• -.' '\"'•••':_ '• The mass of lmsl«aotls, it may be con- ceded, are uot affiicfciyUy domestic, but many, reasonably, .healthfully domestic nt the outset, have certainly lee heal- by the t xeessive domesticity of theirxrix* Ami they have appeared ciTrttie,^fteon- staut, unmarital, from that cnusej^They : have been harshly judged, too'/and will,! continue to 1H». / f \\ It is a thousand pities tlmtti man really inclined to dom*sH...

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 — 14 December 1893

ABSOLUTELY PURE Fcr Sale h * ^ ^ YOU CAN GET THE VERY BEST! PEELE D W H E A T FLQUR. Recommended by Dr. Everett. GLUTEN FLOUR. Recom- mended by physicians all over the country. WH.QLE W H E A T MEAL. CRACKED WHEAT . ^SEMOLINA. . For Breakfast Cakes. FARINA. For.Mush, Cakes and Gems. As-well\" as other Specialties, at the BayView Roller Mills 'Those whp iifte-tlicm pronounce our foods MipiTJor to .liny other, been use they are alwaya absolutely fn»li WHITESIDE, THORKILDSON * SHAW, Manufacturers. • BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. week from next HOI/IMY GOOD S Useful and Ornamental, El- egant'and Inexpensive, suit- able for presents for man, woman or child can be lound • in the elegant stock of Crock- cry and Glassware carried by me. Don't waste your money in buying useless knick knacks, but come to store and get something that will be useful to its recipient and will cause him to remem- ber you for years. Strohs is . the place to buy your Christ- mas presents. If you don't believe it call and I'l...

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 — 21 December 1893

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ • • ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ i •••• —^ ^ •'.: - • , 1 X # - - ^ \" ^ ' ^ \" ^ A * ^ ^ * ^ - - ' -••••• ^-v ~*j.r- : -- V ^ ' V . • V :- - VOLUMEXXI, STURGEON BAY, WlS^^FHURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1803. NUMBER 12. THE S A M g ^ OUR MAIL FAILS TO GET THROUGH 1_ ....•• :._:2::LS- lfiM.TJMii_^_ ..—.'^ud The Fralt S a a u to Beit with the Ahna- pee A Western Ballroad Company and They Should Stop the' Trouble. It looks very much as if our experience of last winter in»regaVd to mail Xnatters was to he repeated during the (present winter. Saturday's and- Monday's mails were each several hours behind time and Tuesdays mail did not get in until Wednes- day. Iu spite of the fact that the managers of the Ahnapee & Western railroad have assured our people that they had taken steps to prevent such occurrences as these, the trouble on these three occasions is •solely due to the fact that that road is not in the proper shape to handle the mail. There is no d...

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 — 21 December 1893

CervfttOMT Iff3.BV AMCAICAN PRCSS ASSOCIAflOW• FOBTU'S HUSBAND. V It U useless to attempt to analyse the emotions which possessed m e during our return to the house. I was now confi- dent that Iwas in the company of a mad- woman and was deliberating upon ways and means for a speedy departure north- ward. And yet, when Portia's excite- ment had subsided, when w e were back once more amid the flowers and foun- tains, she looked perfectly self contain- ed and sane. Her eyes had lost their un- earthly glitter, and when she again touched m y band her flesh was warm. Alone in my room I pondered upon the events of the day Portia's fury when Daphne brought her the flowers and her evident dislike of her child her alarm at something contained in her husband's letter her intimation that danger threat- ened her through her husband, whom •he so evidently idolized, and her rage when I attempted to open the closed gate in that dreary out of the way corner of the grounds. , What did it all mean? \"...

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