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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 25 January 1894

^tm s JAKXJ^BY 28, 1804. 1 1 : Bj DA E D E 3$n^g£g: fCoprright, 1893, by American Press Aaaocla- \" '.. ~ • -•-.'•• •tlonJ:'. '-'.-.:- ..:::v •\":••::' PROEJOAIi. \"Congratulate meQold inaE, I am how * Mayflower of the( Ma^weral\" cried my friend Sam Johnson. v \"A Mayflower??xpajeried L \"Yes, a Mayflower. Not in person, of course, but\" by marriage. I t shall now be my care to pei^tuate on the soil of ~ America the• • line of the noble house of jftoert^ As for carringcs and horses '•Vr. I man in the place could N«ver appra u- -v tiny father. H e had also* line Jibru'rv' and some fine and valuable piiuitiiij^- • not paintins^ from over, the sea. but tin- work of pur own leauiug artists. Of all this I hadheard through letters from my sisters before! '.went home. 1 | expected to find my father, mother and i all the family perfectly happy. Judge ! of- m y surprise ami sorrow when 1 iUs- jcovered that they were quite tW•.- a- stand that Pra*em,e was reserved for her blueblooded lbxjs...

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 — 25 January 1894

A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL. PUBLISHED ^:M'\\0#7 ifcKiuto •••.••. SixMdnth»ii ^i,,vs,...-i.. . , ..v.,..... ..go. Three Monthi.............'.S-. .v.viiiV-'-W: 4» JInffleQople«.^v U. i ...:ii....'.^^...... .«* Advertising rate* furnished upon application. Entered at the yoetoffiiein Sturgeon Bait, WU. cu tecond-claM* matter. STURGEON BAX-.' WIS., J AN. 85. : 1HW. : BCCIPBOCITV ATJKAILURE. )8Ir Julian Pauncefote, the BriHsb^m- 1 bawadorat Washington, has made a.report to bui government upon the effect ° * t n e reciprocity treaties negotiated under the terms.'of the McKinley tariflt.act and their relations to the foreign cdmmeree.'-of the United States. Accprdipg to this interest- ing 'report, it appears that the exports ok the United States since these treaties went into effect increased with Germany, Aus- tria, Haogery,'.Cuba, Brazil, Porto Rico N and San Domingo, and decreased with Salvador..--'-Nicaragua,' Guatemala, Hon- duras, British West Indies and British Guiana. The total incr...

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 — 25 January 1894

IfflSR\"^ '•^S:: SW^^iff|%« ^ | j f . ^ ' : - T H E PRINTER / . - Poor arthrts, •'who preserte the arts, _ ^ J » o t o i l through weary nigbts and d»jr«, W i l h tired eyes and heavy hearts. ! N o poet sings the prlnter'aprabe. T o them the years DO glory hrteav ^The y walk no t in the path of fame, Bu t uncomplaining Bit and sinjc The praises of another's name. And me *.(•. y much have helped along, '•- And doubtless after I a m dead They'll print my name and spell it wrong And part it .with a period. —Cy Warman in Ne w York Sun. THE GUARDIAN PIXE, . D o w n i n tha t dear l a n d a t t h e southern . Boundary o f w h i c h t h e Pyrenee s rise l i k e a Wall of blu e marbl e th e houses ar e al - w a y s built facing th e sunrise, a u d nearly every on e of t h e m h a s a guardian 0 tree. Sometimes ' i t i s a fig tree, sometime s n pin e o r a n oak , whic h g r o w s near th e door- w a y , spreading it s h e a v y branches over t h e roof a s i f t o protect the household...

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 — 25 January 1894

pB&gitt^ ^ MARIE ANTOINETTE. ••?.A hundred yeajs ago today v • - Tfii treacherous city of the Seine Sent fprth berhearUesa myriads gar v ^ i i w k S ^ i M l e r t % i i « D ' i ) pain. ' Light mirth iinid Uughter everywhere. As though some nuptial pageant came. Awake the bright antunuiai.air, : No touch of rnip, no thought of shame. Roofs, casements, flag draped balconies - Aflre with cruel, gloating eyes Feetering below With c-.rses loud. Fenced back by steel the tigerish crowd.! Till theI slow tnmbrll roU^ln sight • Fronting the gailieriiig roar, the howl, The Jests, obscene, thftiiisnlts foul. And a f air motherrobed* in white v Sits bonnd, with bleaching hair, a queen For all the sufferings that have been, Who casts no glance on either side, Untouched by shaine or fear or pride. \"Calm lips, from which no word may come Though the pticst pray, serenely dumb— Surely death's bitterness is past. And 'tis deliverance comes at last. Till, as she ncara.the palace home Void of the ...

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 — 25 January 1894

•/ANdAin^'SS* 1*'»4. 1PMAN AN D Wm. tiflcatlou for th e da y around the poem sh e i s w n t l i i g o r th« picture sh« a s paiutiug, th e . j child d i e i s riurshi , the gow n s . i e i s i u . k - •• i-'^^h' • * - '-v'J '/,\"-/.:'in'Ror.(hedessertshe iscuucoctinij. •Mrs . HOM E W H E R E H U S B A N D AN D WIFE r ^ - w i l l no t lie a t h o m e imiil after 8 o r 4 o r ^ ^ AR E ALWAY S LOVERS:\" : : ^ : : ^: : - ! fM'!?^-^^* , I t' 1 y H l V f t ' r i u U ' 0 1 1 o f t h o ^ '»• » 7 ? * . • \" ?««n}fy\"»« a t w h a t hour Mr*. — - w i d be ——• \"., : -•• . disengaged. ' W o m e n and SlecplesKness—\"Notat Horn*.\" T h e ouly really needful thin g in th e mat- Nall B i t l n s Children—CloMrlr Shave d \" f i s ^ u a v e every h o d/ understand »«nd '' -' : B-L— '\"•Â»' «,'•'•' . -i^ :i 'ii «»t.o » i o P t w h a t a few ba*.v adopted and fouud Seams—Lamps Requir e BluehCarer- © - • - - fate W i t h t h e Queen. Spoken word s of-dove were abundan t dar- i n g th e c...

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 — 25 January 1894

|s^i^i|^§^ ABSOLUTELY PURE Ftr & i l ^ ^ COUNTY MAIL BAG. El 8tepheimon, of Menominee,^ Mich., WiH bore on liugliies* lust week, and lie i- turned h ine across the ice with a binw and cutter. - Charley Stokes, of- Nasewnnpee, WHS litre on Inixineus lnnt week, and he bought two tons of liny from Mr. Malouey. V T. J. Moore hns recently Iteeu appointed •FH* ::v'v-'\"':'-s-,\"-:•-:.\"-'.• Louie in A-tu^fj.« LIBERTY GROVE. ^ the Editorof The Democrat: E L L I S O NS B A Y , .Ian. ifM —A t present th e mow Is nearly gone and tbe roads are mostly all Ice, which makes goud sleigh- ing. Tbe teamsters are stilf hinty liiiuling' local agent nt Nnintir and vicinity for the wood logs and other timber which is being preparation of pension and patent pHp\"in token out. by a law* firm of Washington, D. C , wi o Our village school closedInstFriday and are experts in pushing pension and patent tbe teacher returned to your ciiy. * The-claims.' Newport district will close next Friday. Miss Agnes ...

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 — 1 February 1894

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m VOLUME XXI. STUBGEON BAY, WJS.y THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1S94. •NUMBER 18. WAS POORLY MANAGED. A MATTER FOR INVESTIGATION BY OUR TAX PAYERS. Complete History of the Bulletins of that Cistern —No Excuse for the Manner in Which the Jo b Was Mismanaged. Our • annual municipal election takes place only about two months hence, and it is time that the voters of the city began to investigate the manner in which the af- fairs of the corporation have been admin- istered by the present administration, in order that they may decide whether it will be wise to again entrust the management of public affairs to the same men, or ^whether it will be to their interest to en- deavor to select men who give promise of doingToefoer. As it is the duty of a newspaper t o take the leading part in an investigation of matters of such general public interest as this, we shall endeavor within * the next few weeks to lay before bur readers a few facts that will enable them to form .some...

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 — 1 February 1894

|CUMTlKt i£n.j V CHAPTER,.XX. « JXVK ' ' '.'•' '• • When theyfound me lying against the tree staring like a dead woman at the fatal spot where a life \"had been oblit- erated, they lifted me tenderly and car- ried me like a child back to the bouse and my room. I did not weep. I did not faint nor grow hysterical, but I was like stone. I seemed tohnvo no sensation or volition. Over and over I saw that fearful sight. Over and over I heard that burst of mocking laughter. The climax to the nervous strain under which I had been for weeks nearly de- throned my reason. - What saved me? Love. I was lying on the broad couch before the open firo in the library staring in the glowing coals, seeing thero again that hideous picture, when the door gen- tly opened and Maurice entered. Ho bent ov«r ine and said gently: \"Poor little brave fighter! Yon had to succumb at last, didn't you? Coura- geous little Hunker Hill! When I con- eider tho fortitude you have displayed for weeks, I am filled with...

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 — 1 February 1894

v By DAN PS fflTILtE.|! [Copyright, 1SC3, by American Pre^'AssocUv- . ... \\-:- :\\:- *w^v^v.v^ '-:-:'.,- [COK^TKIJED.] . ' ' C5APTER JI. : THE TOWN OF THETFORD AND TOMBS OF MYA^CESTO^ On iny arrival in London I halted there two or three days to make inquir- ies and get my Avits into working,order. I Boon decided that I must get back among the bid. country towns and vil- lages. There. I,would • begin a series of antiquarian researches. I would be a young American specially interested in old churches and churchyards. ., Wishing to at once get into some old and thickly settled section of the coun- try, I took the Gr^tt Eastern road and went up into Norfolk. Speaking of my antiquarian hobby and special fondness of old churches and churchyards to a fellow passenger, he mentioned the town of Thetford. on the Little Onse.in Norfolk county (arid part- ly in Suffolk), as a place in' which I might see some very old churches still standing and the ruins of others much old- er. \"There, on the...

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 — 1 February 1894

A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL. PUBLISHED :On»^T(«r«ii^\\ i^ v^v.'. :.: .......... ..... ....fLOO Blx Month»/iivv.»:.ii^ ,,..i,.............. ^60 Three Months..v.v,ivv... ... ................ J& •ln^epoT»lej»^v.w ..i..........w............. .08 Advertisit^r rates furnished upon application XnUred at the 1'oitofflce in Sturgeon Say, Wi$. at tecona-clati matter. STURGEON BAY* WIS. FEB. 1, 1894. kPROTES f ENTERED. In a late issue of the local republican paper a correspondent..jwriting under the title of \"A Protectionist\" enters a protest against the \"reckless and mendacious statements\" made by the editors of the local democratic newspapers. He claims that because we were not born until after . the war it is absurd for us to attempt to tell our readers anything about the condi- tion of affairs in this country during al- leged \"free trade\" times, such as were ex- perienced before.the war. While some- what severe in hisstrictures we are pleased to see that -'A Protectionist\" does ...

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 — 1 February 1894

Stifl *KOTAL LOV E STOfif ^&SX^&*$£^Js> f^ • - • v J ' \" ^ . J J V T M V J- V J * i • worn the ribbounlie stnl« f™,„r ,„*. w w . i ^ r y^RIFICA1«JN OF THE SAYING THAT LOVE LEVELS ALL RANKS. Extracts From the Diary of Prlnce«« Elisa- beth of Bavaria Depcriblac tbe Coarse of Her Affection For the Handsome ba t Humble Uentenant Seefried. Probably no event of recent times has done so much to revive the ancient tradi- tion that \"love levels all ran ks,\" and to con-' • vince a cynical world of the power of true •'-: aflection to surmount the barriers of pride, precedent and prejudice that divide royalty from the people, as the union of Princess Elizabeth of Bavaria with Baron Seefried von Buttenheim, a humble lieutenant in the Bavarian footguards. Princess Elizabeth is the granddaughter of the emperor of Austria, and as is the case with most princesses a royal marriage was planned, for her. Accordingly she was no- tified in due season that an tilliancu had been ar...

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 — 1 February 1894

To live* TMtmbtonouaUio unexpected ' WhHp :7w|^^S^!t^dJi»inillca:bf meeting •*A».et Vate^:': .J the Ancient greeting y:^HaiI and farewell! .• -. , •' A inortent more' Ari«l dftdniss follows after • In bursts'«# keen regret Thatpntto sliohce all the happy laughter WherewItU we mot. The past Is dead, the prcfiont swiftly fading, And In the future dwell Hopes faint and fow, our longing glance evading. ..••'••'. Hall and farewell! Thetimo has cornel 'Mid alien scenes and • faces Our lessening IIves must llo : And pass henceforth through solitary places Beneath a stormy sky. Clasp hands, old friend! Against oar best endeavor Tho ties of memory swell. Part we ns those who part indeed forevor. Hall and farewell! —AH the Year Round. A COLLEGE STOBY. One evoniny not many years ago George Wilson made his wny through one of the •side Htreotw of New Haven. His full name, pa it.appeared in tlto catalogue of the uni- versity, was George Kllis Wilson of Smith- ville, Pu. lie had junt eaten mip...

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 — 1 February 1894

TffE DEMOCRAT, TmTRSajSpFi l^imtJAKYVl, l^^t S: 31:6 jFAsrilONED NEW THINGS TOiB^ \"i-\"\" : • : -WORN NEXT:, isOMMEft^f-^^sutfacei •*»** I^eroy Revive? Sent intcntnl Memories. H Tills Is'the Season of Chea p F u r * — N O T - •ltle s In Duucinc Attire—Approprlat * \\Gb\\r«B r « r Hv.uiin g ^i?^ : y:-q/-y^: v '. ICopyrighu 189*. by American PressrAssocia-- • V • •'.:' :' ::^^^Mpnii ^:'vK'o t-^:-'--.'--- .-'.. There is sonjething^b w t o se e n o w if one only know s where t o lookfew it,an d tha t y.is'th'e no w designs in th e delicate and dain- t y cotton frocks for summer . I t m a y see m odd, tha t they should be here whil e sno w and ice are holding s w a y and, skatin g par- ties are x th e pleasures'of th e day, b u t it is done s o toat these dainty g o w n s c a n bo BUrfaee. H o w soft am j delicate they are word s c a n n o t tell. There is also a lovely s o f t m o u s s e l i n e d e laine, with th e ground in, th e palest tin t possible to obtain, either blue, gree...

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 — 1 February 1894

fllilptllii™ ||«i^$n£Pb!j^^ ABSOLLTTELY PURE Fc r Sale by tenthem & SiMthu BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. —Lent commences on Wednesday of next week. —Watch for the opening chapter of our next serin!, \"Foes in Ambush,\" by Capt. Cbas. A. King. —Several inches of snow have fallen at different times within the past week and the roads are now in good condition. —The Goodrich boat was\" at the canal Monday on her usual weekly trip, and landed a quantity of freight for our local merchants. —There was a good sized crowd in attb.n- denco at the dahco here last Saturday evening, and the boys report having bad • good time. . —A masquerade ball will be given at Vooka & Weidiirnmnn's hull, iu Vosovillo, on Sffturday evening of this week. Every- body is invited. —The Goodrich steamer Menominee now leaves Chicago every Saturday on her way north and with favorable weather reaches the canul on Monday morning. —Capt. Tolosfortl Boutin, of .the canal life saving station, states that so far tbis wint...

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 — 8 February 1894

VOLUME XXI. STURGEON &AY, \"frlS.^ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1894. NUMBER 10. IT LOW S ^ p A RECORb f HAT NO OEFICIAL CqilLD FEEL PROUD OF. The More that. Cistern Matter Is Investi- gated the Worse It Looks—Some Figures that Will Interest Tax Payers. * Last week we gave a complete history of the buildiug (or rather attempt at build- ing) of a fire cistern by the presentcity ad- ministration, but we find that although a mere superficial sketch of the manner in which that work was carried on shows that the interests of the city received very lit- tle attention, the more the matter is inves- tigated the plainer it becomes that the work was conducted with an absolute dis- regard o£ the duty w„hich public officials owe to their constituents.' Men whom the voter's of this city elect to transact the af- fairs of the city are supposed to manage the municipal business in such a manner that the tax payers receive the best possi- ble results, from the expenditure of the money which they furni...

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 — 8 February 1894

[Copyright, 1883, by American Press Associa- tion J INXONDON—THE PREPARATION Otf A VBtfl' !M^ London '^^to^ii^W.'ted.:dtep^o h to m y father a l o ^ jtett^ri In the letter I gave him the names, place of residence and all the particulars I had gathered in regard to ou r distinguiwhed ancestors. This I did in order that he might speak understand- mgly in breaking the great hews to pur family and the town. Also I sent a let- t e r to Prudy, u n d e r c o v e r to Captain Shrimp, in which I told her to be of good cheer, that all was going well for us. I told her that she would probably hear something of m y success in m y mission through m y father, by way o'f Rev. Nan- tucket Sperin or Captain Shrimp. I remained in London over a fortnight after dispatching m y report to my fa- ther, and I was hard at work every mo- men t of my time. 1 had at my disposal unlimited means and was determined to brilliantly conclude wha t I had so suc- cessfully commenced. My first care was to look u p the ...

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 — 8 February 1894

iMpmsopb|f i$l||fel^e#:^ so $ e p ^ » ' t e w ' h o a r s ' : before, toad grown ^^*bra^Totf U ^ dumb, , jjDetyinarll^i with her grief haunted eyes - And boldine back the w&iling womancries 'h That from her elster^ oft are wont to comeri:[/K :iWhen anguish bows them. Na^V^v|a not i:xYv':strange. '\\..'. •• \\v. j3* K^'^'?^'--^-:'^ Ygome sorrows can cry out for-human aid, While others' He beyond themortal taJBijo JCaptaia Hawkins proved himself to he jjaj^ave, navigator, and the cheerfulness ^ t h i w h K h he faced the emergency kept us all in good spirits. .' ' '•\"\"••••' •/ • '.•/ K J'We'll sample the Wolverine's Btores, . boys,^ be Raid when she was in sailing I trim once more, \"aud then we'll put her Of mortal love^\"'Twas such dire woe that n o s e t o t n e ^P*3 a Q d keep it there till she .'/'.laid/ .'.•:/.:,• ' }:::'y[ -drives itashore.?' A hand on her. This iron grief whiohscarred But even while.he was speaking ho dis- Her sours white truth has kept itsDortalj cover...

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 — 8 February 1894

cbeapeqthe£ribe«6ftbe ^ g^'' i-:''•\"..,„ ,••'•,'.' ^.^^•'.i-.'U--', ^.. .•!!•. ,•.•..,.••.• purg*^ which i & e « ^ ^ ^ « ^ v ^ ' ^ ' i d - A BBMOOBATIO JOURNAL. PUBLISHED ministration was Obliged to keep down the jTOfBlW^^^ .Mxttontht^^iit^i^.i,^.......... Three Monthsi, i .. v.l v.-a .•... i • .. . 8ln|floC^ies.,^ ^i.v-» .:..:.:...^..... .03 Advertising rates furnished upon application. :.njoo .. .60 Kntertd at the VotUtfflct iti Sturgeon Bay, Wli. : : : : a* $econO'Clai$ matter. grpBQKQy • BAT, wis., FEB. a. \\tm. A special report has boon mndc by the con- sul at Belfast, Ireland.' showing that carpets can be manufactured In this country, shipped months slnco Messrs. Sloan, the American car- pet manufacturers, exported to Great Britain some 40,000 rolls of carpet, which were offered at prices considerably lower than correspond- 1.'--log grades''of English and Scotch carpets. ^Tbere was much commotion among tho manu- facturers. As a result of this competition from an unex...

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 — 8 February 1894

RiMA^io^EILVl CAREER O r :mClt ^RHODES IN SOUTH AF^IC/L^^ How He Engineered the Colossal Diamond Trust, Achieved Pre-eminence l a Csps •Politics and Plan ted the British rias In • the Heart of Africa.. J a s t now oar English cousins are ex- hausting the vocabulary in search of ex- travagant titles for the Hon. Cecil John Rhodes, premier of Capfe Colonyv br^an-, izer of the great De Beers diamond mining syndicate and leading spirit of the British South Africa company. Man of the Hour, Man of Destiny, Man of Action, King of Diamonds, The\" British Bismarck, Cecil the Bold, Colossus of Rhodes, Prince of Pio- joeers, are only a few of the heroic appella- tions applied to him. Harsher characterizations, too, are un- hesitatingly employed by a small coterie of conservatives whodo not admire Napoleonic enterprise, and who hold Cecil Rhodes re- sponsible for the blood letting as well as the gold getting involved in the conquest of Matabeleland. Wh o is-this nian whp looms'up as the most co...

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 — 8 February 1894

GAP H ?Mmii&M She Covered .• '^Territory\" Larger Tbaa dramme* In England wbilo in New York, recently, was seea at lier apartments by a :.: Mnj.= Ei U. i ^ k l n s , the ••dromTner,\" looked a good deal more like an elegant -?(^etywotnao'? than what you might ex- pect of one who is \"strictly business.\" She is tali and slender, with beautifully ar^ ranged blond hair, clear blue eyes and a delicate complexion. A handsome black silk gown trailed after her as she walked, and her manners were pleasant, refined and \"quite .English, you know.\" , When, a woman has been a glittering sue- -the'coup'.e — cess at anything, it is always interesting to [ car, attend t o hU\" o u t ^ e b o s m e « , but of course I could not *ccept.w—New York B e What tl«« IMMO^r oto i» Mloblgan Boad •::h:'eomlii^jo^:: She ' ^ I c K l l ^ ^ ^ t j m t * tall, fijne appearing man and a handsome- ly dressed, refined looking womau-were seated just in front of a plainly dossed, sweet faced o1d^lady abbutv70...

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