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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 8 February 1894

£?Sf %M& *?*$I%S^^$S#P^:'fmm * f tMELY WORD A30OT THe^RlNG^ for $T,i(il ChemUtry ^ r - C a r t i ^ ^ - J j i ^ •n—Mother* and Daughter»~th-l»«r—Ad- venturous Women—Effort l a fimiertaln- • ' I n ^ K l t c h e u p o m f o ^ : ^ : I am before yon today pleading the-cause of one whom the generality of mothers •eem to neRlect. It is that daughter of yours who is just entering womanhood. Wha t have you done for'ber in the way of equipping hW' t^^^mMtVthia'...'ivprld? Can she hold her own against the men and wom- en of the world?.--. If you have not clothed her with the armor of enlightenment, you have neglected a duty, and you owe it to your child to make haste to correct the mis- take. .,, '•'::\":, - •' \"'•':'.• \"Oh,\" you say. \"my.daughte r knows nothing of the wickedness of this world her innocence is her shield. I am not afraid to trust her she comes of a long line'of high toned, virtuous men and women. I have no fear that she will ever do anything to compromise her woman...

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 — 8 February 1894

ABSOLUTELY PURE BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. ^7-Wpdnesday of next week, Feb. 14, is. 8fc Valentine's day. —You cap't keep posted in regard to matters in this eity without being a reader ofTnB DKMOCBAIV , ' • Jr•'''' —Don't fait to be present this evening at the song service at the Moravian church, led by E. G. Karker.' —Parties traveling in different parts of the county state that a few more Warm days will entirely spoil the sleighing! —Sydney Smith, the oldest BOH of Mr. and Mrs. Titos. H. Smith, has been recom- mended for appointment to West Point. —On Tuesday afternoon the parochial school in this city was closed in order to allow the children in attendance to. oe vaccinated. —The city has presented a livelier ap- pearance than usual, owing principally to. the number of people who are attending court ,th)s week. / / —The members of the Are company will give a masquerade ball on Thursday even- ing, Feb. 23, and the public is cordially in- vited to attend. / ' —No verdict has yet been render...

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 — 15 February 1894

7^-^-S-*I^ ^'^M £•**- VOLUME XXI. STURGEON BAY, WIS., THX'HSI)AY, FEBRUARY 15, 1S04. NUMUER 20. SHIPPED STONE IN 1832. FIRST STONE QUARRY OPENED ON THIS BAY IN THAT YEAR. Oar Stone Quarries Wer e Operated Uefore There Was a Permanent Settler in the County:— Interesting- Reminiscencesof Early Bays on the Great Lakes Related by a Resident of this City. It will uo doubt surprise many of even the oldest settlers of this city to learn that over sixty years ago stone wus quar- ried from the limestone ledge-s bordering on the shores of Sturgeon Bay and that the material was used in the construction of the first harbor built by the government on Lake Michigan. This, however, is a fact, and J . E. Defaut,, a resident of this city at the present time, was employed on one'of the schooners engaged in freight- ing the stone. Mr. Defaut is iu his seventy- sixth year but hjte memory is not impaired in the slightest degree, and his recollec- tions of maritime affairs on Lake Michigan between the y...

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 — 15 February 1894

[Ctopyrlghti 1888, ^ iN i W T h U e ^ i # ^ : i ^ • eteridlng in the street in front of the undertaker's mop- ping our eyes preparatory to returning to ^nr hotel, a very seedy and dilapidated old man came sidling up to ns. AddresB- i n y m y father, tho seedy individual said: : 'fily dear siry one whose heart is ,,sof- tened by jgrtet should be capable of f eel- ing some slight degree of pity for a man •who has great cause for grief .but whose woes and misfortunes have long since dried up his fountain of tears. One feels that one may make bold to appeal to a fellow sufferer in this cold and cruel world for a trifle in relief of pressing necessities when he sees that the person he addresses is still capable of shedding tears. Sir, I pray God that your grief be not of a nature so profound that no room is to bo found in your heart for the sorrows and afflictions of others. Sir, you see before you an unhappy fel- low creature who is actually starving for want of food!\" All this was utt...

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 — 15 February 1894

*j PARABLfe SWB by side, within my garden, - -V^^A^SfA Grew a flower and ii weed.^: \"•'^\\ 7: ^,$*Jl\\ •Oft I watched.the niwxrjirifpldb^:. c&fe:\" \"£• i?Tptbo other gave n6he^ih:':{-,{-::^7^^M:^ So the sun arailcd audtho r^n'&ttyS:i: '•':#• ?, • ..• On them both alike,:oitd«:iblK^'' ^:1^ K ,^ Soon tho weed's rank growth was spreading •^ O'erthe hidden flower bslow.'^J~::.''-i:4'fiC-.)'--/ Trifles oft do make of maruS. •! • . If to faultH w«'C«ve'no\"be^* 'v^ ^j r •::•:.- They rise up and U n-arfns, spreading . Rankjy as thi*tprd^nweed, ' ? Choking in their glro\\Vin the nobler^ Instincts that our natures know. TilL like tender flovveranncared for. They in dust are trampled low. I*-. •'••..\" —Minneapolis Housekeeper. HER BtJRi&LAE. ,4 ^ear ine^ldo ijnsh\".Fack would come iiome—sucb nstupid novel! The idea of that lackndaisical young woman, Ilva. .confronting a great burly burglar with her tiny revolver and scaring him into a 'Closet, nud—o-h, hum, o-h hum*-I'm •80...

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 — 15 February 1894

Publl«her. One ioarv*•ii&iSei'&ii-M:. 'ifZbiv:. ^i:»., .ti.W ::8lB^c#jrte^-i'4^^ui .vi v . .V:t..'....Vi-«.. .08. Advertising rate* furnished upon application &ntetMat ihe ]tfciwfce ih Sturgeon Bay, Wl*. : lv ,v- K \":'.w' a* »econd-cia$B.matter. -.•', . ^ A GLARING MISSTATEMENT. .',,-«*t)onJbtftig Tbpnaa8\" again Conies to the front ^ikh an anf wer to the article ccni- taincd In this paper a couple of weeks ago ,i-. on the question of a tariff ouwooly In the article^efwred tbiie is more explicit than • before in.Uw explanations, although there are a few points in our article that lie does not touch on We , are pleased to notice that he is inclined to enter into details as that is where the average protectionist is weak. They can assert things in a general way and maintain their theory, tiat just \" a s soon as they commence entering into details they tear down their own argu- ments and our friend proves to he no ex- ception to this general rule. Ho starts out with ...

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 — 15 February 1894

llililjji^ ffsp 'Z&$i ~i$£i *i But that doesn^t prevent me from^jj ^ftjf,® p £ £' A!'' business at the'ttld^rti^^l^i v Good Sjrup, \\ter gal. Better Syrup, « ^ v Raisins, bulk, ie lb., : Civrrants, rv»f y. vf »& ai^^ V^-^-. '\" V f* * l^lb l^ckage*^clean, , *^' -:^b^lkv'nwstedi\" -' ---:' '^v : SiiiptiS Kmuulaledv per lb., •• ' . Keroseftp, go«M],per gaW« ^» Rice, gwMl quality, jiejr lb., 5 and 7c. 10c, 25c, 23e. '..-5c. . These gooi got for the in quality. 6c. at* ihf)-'wrty'.beaf'.that can be and 'are'' tiot \"cheap\" ^cr , v b j l e putting up ice one day last week, C I?EEPMANN Them\" \"Happy Homes and How BUY YOUR FURNITURE TH03.GILLESP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK In the City. \"CJndertakinjg: a S p e c i a l t y . STUKGKOl* BAT. BEST PUCE TO BUY IN THE CITY When, you want 'anything: in the line of DRY GOODS, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Crockery and Glassware, Groceries, Etc! Go to M. COCHEM'S. SHIMMELsi STURGEON BAY, WIS. We have in stock a fine line of Fall a...

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 — 15 February 1894

fP«£^|S(^BEtAT3T#i^ Wa^H • Man Playing nilllards. and Ton part with Itfatshilling if be conveys the J^n^iou\\SppTtinK.:1.,ife^ A PARLIAMENTARY PALACE. Rnnsary lit Uaildlos a M*cnffle«nt Strno- ture at i tilu~Pe»th |^ittafcMh$wr|^^ ,.., -•v?£ 'fc ^J ?^: .viK?^ Ve£diylIej!^jtf^ I cannot say-.bnt 'this. 1\" know, £:$• |- ?-: -S Xo nobler heart than Jock's could God bestow, ^eatbOT\"aimp!e'!a» in:t^ Nor crate the dairfties spread before the Wph * XfyJocKahdli.- • •..,.•• g y g i i ^ ••Slmrp\"—Signs v :s|^^^V^i^ii:tliWMean.'Man.: \" \" ' :'- .|'l)jaHpf -these days of graphology, phyai- ognomy and bootology—if I may coin a word for the science of character studying V fWtt^bne'8: old boots—-It will .not be snr- prising„ to learn thata man's. many weak' nesses and good or bad qualities invaria,i ... .....t. , - , , . . , - , ^ u ,.„,-.„» J l l u o „U11|:, „,. „ u u u e r . biy mapUeirt themservefl when \"cannon- ' a n \" architectural beauty1any similar struc-1 when cowsUpWKrow and...

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 — 15 February 1894

8l*R!iN| FABrtJCS FROM ALL TI-iHi:N& a l | | f |fl6NS :bF!:THE\" EARTH^' S l ^ Ul??^- VNoreUiwi From ' Bemoie Pl«6e«. BopsaokiDe i s a\" New' , u d H u d i o m i p £ l * « w Material—the P l n ^ j r e \" ^ * * : * ?WJF*««*- Favorite—«mrment*ForGirls. 3 tCbpyrlght, ISM by America* P ^ » 'Awbcfav- ^•'•'•':' '•.. \":- The wants of womankind are many and Varied if one can jatlce by the supply. There is no country, however remote and ravage, that does not yield tribute. There are wool- ens made of Thibet and Australian fleece, there are mohairs made from'\"real mos,'? as one enthusiastic salesman said, and there are others made from the scrubby locks, from the ugly whiskers, which the camel, wears ou his long neck instead of his chin, where they ought t o grow, and there are SPRING GARMENTS FOR GrRLS. silky fabrics of llama hair and angora goats. Besides all these we have fabrics made of woven down from eider ducks and swans' breasts. - . • -. W e see silks from all sorts of ...

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 — 15 February 1894

mi®. imt* ABSOLUTELY PURE BUSINESS MEN^S MEETING EUECflON OF OFFICERS Or\" THEIR #•••••' ^ASSOCIATION IS HELD. Nearly AH of the Former Official* Re- eleot«l-The AMoclaUon.Out or Went for the Flrat Time in .Several Year*. ^ The annual meeting of the'business men's association of this city was 'held at Law- rence's hall on Wednesday evening, this time being the date at which the election of officers takes nlnce. The meeting was \"called\" to order by the president, E. S. Minor, and tbo minutes of the last annual meeting, together with those of the meet- ings of the executive committee during the past year, were rend and adopted. Tbo report of the tretisurer won read and adopted, it showing a balance on hand of $1.00.'..The committee appointed to con- fer with the postmaster of this city in re- gard , to the changes to be made in onr postal service upon completion of the rail- road, made a verbal report. Their report is published in full in another 'column. The question of having the...

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 — 22 February 1894

VOIilJM^ x x i . STURGEON BAY, WIS.,|THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1S94. NUMBER 21 . MASSED BOGUS DOLLARS. . ' . . * . THE FRAUD DETECTED BY OUR CITY MERCHANTS. The Counterfeit a Very Poor One but It Went In Some Places—United States Mar- shal Wlswell After the Fellow. A. warrant has been issued for the arrest of/Albert Altmeier, he being charged with having passed counterfeit money upon several of our merchants. An attempt to serve the paper was made by Sheriff Thorp on Tuesday, but the fellow could not be found, having left for his home in Kewau- nee county on Monday. Altmeier, who is a young man, has been working in the vicinity of Voseville, and it is claimed by parties there that he has been quite suc- cessful in \"shoving the queer\" in that lo- cality. The spurious coins are a very poor imi- tation of bur silver dollars being apparent- ly made of lead. They look bright and new but have an unmistakably leaden ap- pearance and \"ring.\" A. Hoppe, one of our city saloon keepers,was the...

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 — 22 February 1894

Ktopyritfht, 1888i by American Presa Associa- AGAIN *T PAS0NA6E88IT—PEACEAOT GOODwhichtbey w:o. .v..^i : a ,£~ I was received with open arms byev- •rybody on my arrival at Pasonagessit— not alone by members of my own fami- ly, not of.\"• course, by the Bradford of •U the Bradfords and a few others of that special brand of Bradford*, but I found life there very different from what it was on my departure for England. My father's house now seemed to be headquarters for nearly all the young people of the town. My sisters were \"in the swim,\" and of course I very natural- ly dropped in with them. 1 was glad to be able to meet Prudence in our family mansion. Our secret had been well kept. My sisters did not in the least suspect how matters stood be- tween their brother and the \"Mayflower of the Mayflowers.\" \" * Not a soul was in the secret except our true blue Captain Shrimp, and to be the sole repository of such a secret made him the happiest of mortals. Besides, he did not much lik...

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 — 22 February 1894

HAY FEBttUABY 22, 1804. i^$JEfi£^NG : : lr^^^ Tbe camp iii bushed the fim'Imnt'lcnjn'y' * Like ghost* the sentries come and go vSow/aeen, now lost, upfcn the height ' A keen drawn saber glimmers white. ' 'Swiftly theluidnight stealsjkway— : Reposez-voua, bona chevaliers. ^ Perchance into your dreams shall com* i Visions at love or thought* of home • The furtive night wind, hurrying by,\" i Shall kiss away the half breathed sigh, \\nU Roftly whispering seem to say, KeposeK-vou*. boas chevaliers. Through starlit dusk and shimmering dew it is your lady comes to yonl Delphine. Llsette, Annette—who knows By what sweet wayward name she goes? Wrapped in white arms till break of day, Reposes-vous, bons chevaliers. . - T - & Aldrlch. HIS LAST CHANGE. Detective John Shairp was the most miserable man on the face of the earth—so he believed. He was failing again. He said it was ill luck.\" It had so hap- pened that all the important jobs that bad fallen in bin way had been nuts impossible ...

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 — 22 February 1894

:jwate,^^i-.-j»-»\").'.i\"^.\": i-.» .\"y.\"••',.••• :r:'.riij.'i,r.j , yo Y-.'••.-•in.ih,..., - . T* 1 the facta while be has merely invented Advei^cg r ^ f nrnUbed upon application. Bnttrtd at t^'j^mi^ in Sturgeon Bay, Wit, '\\j-^:-,i::r\\^r pr4l*^n^clu$ '^•.••.^^^•^•.':^xv:. T '^ ..•.:•••••: •Â»:••••:•:• ' \" ' ^ \\ ' v A ^ / - : ' t H t f » B l C e , 6 F W O O t . . - ^Initial - par t of bin article which w e did j i p t c o m m e n t upon last week, \"Doubting Thomas\"'makes au explanation (I) of bis reasons for believing that tbe Canadian producer pay s the dut y o n wool imported b y manufacturers in this country. H e claim s tha t the manufacturer pay s the s a m e price for both Canadian and Ameri- ca n wool and that the Canadian producer receives the A m e r i c a n price: less the amoun t of the duty. The:Canadian manu - facturer get s his woo l tbe amoun t of tbe dut y less than the American , for tbe rea- fton that if be paid more the Canadian ^vvould sail bis wool ...

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 — 22 February 1894

|j|||||tfS^ • FEBfet^f^ia^ytSO^.'.'••' \":'':''/:. ' ^Kl- •'\"' ^'r .'•'''' •/KS-S^SS?^ '•:• ].' • has ^Bot that doesn't promt me f rom stlll iioln v • If ifov-:v •': business at thesWlstiiiid. *•J^'i^Us,1. Joo Sjrnp, per gal., - 25ci Better Sjrrtp, « - • - ^ 80c^ Raisins, bulk, per lb., 5 and 7c. Currants, •Â«*:•• '-.••'• r-:^.V:: \\Kf'-•• -7c.. * 1 lb. Packages, clean, 10c. Coffee, package, - r • ^5ci £:• '* tmlk, roasted, - r 23c. Sugar, granulated, per lb.^ 5c. Kerosene, good, per gaV • 10c. Rice, good qnality, per lb., 6c. • These goods are the very best that ean -be got for tlie price and are n^t \"cheap\" inquaWy.i^' .-..: •,'- ^A§H(N(3tON LETTER. \"Happy Homes and How to Make Them\" • BUY YOUR-FURNITURE OF ' fHQS. GILLESPIE : THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK . In the City. X J n d e r t a k i n s : & S p e c i a l t y . STVKGBON BAY . IFroin Our Regular Correspondent.! Vob. 16, 1SH.—Democratic BEST PLACE TO BUY IN THE CITY When you want anything in the line of DRY GOODS, Boots...

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 — 22 February 1894

Brfn«b(M)kybttt«mUetome. o shrink . T^wbettlbeahftdeaiir ^ wi»eii Ibe ahftdea • « shrinklac • S T t e pl««hjrcovatthroaeh, fondly T t u Uilnklng. ff0'M:^$: tM53^W :. '.'•' ••'•'•'•' . • '•' '••Wt^»i^^i?^iai when, blossoms strew •':' :'W^^ ': Tb«^at»y.'brewto* noon. • And ««rUi and air wax sweet and fair :^:V .- v ,:$fo»th somtaer's. balmy shoon. -.. V YesV-wUbn the ted rose gleaming ^v'^^Revealai'Hcljerbne.'. Fondly I'm dreAmin* . •, :-- VV':: '' Kathleen,'•'.'\" •: o f yooi ' • • • '.. • I long for yon amid the dew, When softly In tbe tloam.' To guide toy feet yon trim the sweet And winsome light of home. • ' • C' Yes, when the stars are thronging . The dusky dome of bine. ' ' - Fondly I'm longing, ' Kathleen, For yon. —fiftmnel M. Peck In Atlanta Constltutlot*. A SERIOUS JOKE. \"Wha t n cnpital joke It would be! \" ex- claimed the Konbrette. ber eyes dancin g wit h mischief. VPiity don't d o It,\" epoke u p the first old wouiau of the company. \" A joke i s •ometinit'H...

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 — 22 February 1894

•^^^Wi^^i^M-vsV-*^ -^:'^ Tlffi DEMOCRAT, T m T B 8 B ^ ^ FEBRUARY 2SJ, 1694. l A ^ O R D TO WIVES AN5 MOTHERS | THEY WILL DO WELL TO^ I4EE0 lMncIn? School Training—Custom House Inspectresses—A' Gracious FrtaeeM—A •-• Hatpin Incident — Visiting the Biek. :j Stitches.TakenInTUnmS^::'^ Keep in advance of your boys and Rirls. Be prepared to lead them, and do not, as you ralue your husband's lore,- allow hkn to develop und improve while you lose your hold upon these thinga which contribute so largely to a woman's attractiveness. ? iBee about me every day sisters who •when they married were, I haveh'ta doubt, intellectua^y equal, if not superior, to the men' with whom they cast their lot. In some occult fashion they drift apart. A man in daily contact with bright minds, in his travelingi thinking, planning, read- ing, unconsciously grows away from the woman of hia choice, unless she is in turn keen witted enough to make up her mind that this shall not be the case. A man likes at night, wh...

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 — 22 February 1894

ABSOLUTELY PURE Fer Sale by LeatHem ^ Sniith| BRIEF LOCAt.NOTES. —Don't fbrgot the dance given by the fire company this evening. . —The prevailing \"fad\" in this city just at present seems to be vaccination. —Sleighride parlies aro all the go now, one taking place nearly every evening. —John M. Smith, of Green Bay, the well known market gardener, died on Tuesday of this week, at the nge of 73 years. .—The Goodrich steamer Ludington was at the canal on Monday and landed a quantity of freight for our merchants. —Tho shingles which aro being sawed at Vosevjllo for M. Cochems are hauled to this city and will lie shipped over the Mer- chants dock, r-Pnrt of the loss on tho jcontents-oX A. W. Lawrence's barn which was destroyed by fire last week has been adjusted, $014 15 being received by Mr. Lawrence. —At a meeting of the board of education held on Monday evening it was decided that the pupils of the schools in this city should he given one week's time in which to be vaccinated. • °\"...

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 March 1894

A FEW HEAVY TAX PAYERS. AMOUNTS PAID -BY THEM DURINC THE PAST TWO YEARS. Many Inequalities in the Assessment Have Been Remedied—What We Want Now I«^ An Economical City Government, y^'' During the campaign previous^fothe city election held last year there-rwas a general demand for reform in tljerrnetbod in which city property had been assessed for sever- al years beforeUnit time. There seemed to be a general feeling that the business men of ttureity were not paying their just shareofthe taxes, and an assessor was de- inariaed who would assess all property at us actual worth. Chris. Leonhardtwas se- lected by the v republican city convention and was elected on that issue, the conven- tion being participated in by a large num- ber of business men, and resolutions being passed demanding that all property be assessed at its actual value. The general result of Mr. Leonhardt's assessment has already been made public through the col- umns of TUB D.EMOCKAT The assessed val- uation of the ci...

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 March 1894

iSllffl JWiWiiMlW lOeTjyi^h^lWB by JtmerloAia Press Awoci*. vHwi'Sv:M$^^ '' •-\"\\ /.^ %th e ^ whichbebj4 f ^ beqwaothed to him. He had indeed BO far exceeded the strict tenns of the dy- ing request as to bring over the remains of Lady Eleanor. Hecarried in his breast A heart that respected the mandate, • ••^hpmi^God hath united let no man ^•eparate^\":-v :' • : x '.\" r Here I observed one of nay father's ^«s alyly peering out at me from be- neatb the handkerchief that covered his 'faco. '' '• :-'\": ^ C ^ extolled my father for the deep reverence he bore for bis ancestors as exemplified in the mourn- ful task in which the people of Pasona- gessit had seen him so long and earnest- ly engaged. I also came in for my full share of this praise, during which I cau- tiously turned my head so far as to see that Prudence was slyly peering at me from behind her fan. Even old Ama- riah threw an eye in my direction. In speaking of the evil days when the Johnson family in England fell iuto pe...

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