ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Independent 1886-1890, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,123 items from Independent 1886-1890, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,123 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 1 October 1886

Sp^^^^i^^^^^p^^^^^^^P %3zMM VTVBHKOn B A Y . WIft. Sp3#: *v *BS^ i t t j B G i K M ^ ^ ^ '-*' iff* l_VOTOgS_. V: £ ^ _^PtWNAMi-/: %i-^. . : . l|g^irJtoy*»JAMA.'' :/• :•• '36_ife-_^3 •^'•^'••:: '' TCLCBWIG, s£s^i0I SlttWACKEB. - -- F o r A t f c i m ^ f e n e t B ] ~ I - ^ - - :.3 .•7-S -\"vv-%333:^ _*or Railroad Cfcriiintertdrier—- For JMUitoioe CkHntorisBlofiCr-^- • v JOHNKABEL, For ^RINGLE, OFwAtrsAti. For Member of Assembly— . - ForSberJff— - ' _ • \" \" BOGEREATOUGH- ForCduniy Clerk— ^ • ' i 3 • V ^ ^MCDONALD. ForTreasurer—- ^ GEOBGE BEYER. • For Diatrlot Attorney^- - ^ BICHARf) P. CODY. For Clerk of the Court— - \" . JpSEPH'NTJESSE. For Rejrister of Deeds— '•'. * T f • JBYRON J.THOBPE. Foir Surveyor— J.CPINNEY . F o r S u p e r t a ^ e n ^ ^ N 0 B L E ^ ^ \" I A S C X I N N I N Q H A M . Repnblican Ticket. For Governor-- •'•'•':• ''/'\".-:'. - JERESnA H M. RUSK, OFVEttJfOH. ', * For LlcutenanWJovornor— GEORGE W. RYLAND, o r oitAST. For Secretary of State— •'.-... ERNEBfG.TIM...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 1 October 1886

\" * a ^ s ^ ^ collections, solicit subscriptions and job the schooner Sea Star was ashore at Two. Mountain will be run on the first Mon- Rivers. No particulars', can be learned. imcM H^FPENIPSS Tha new imn house in the town of : Gatdtteris completed^ \" H G. Spring, of Bailey's Harbon is at- jt^ijdih^coiirtin Caluniet cbnnt^ AIititherala church is being raised to- day near Eock^s Corners, Sevastopol. S, &, Rogersi is building a new pier near the Hemlock Oil Works at Rowley's VBay ' '.^ .-,'--.^::^ Birmingham Brotlrers are drilling a well on the pteniisea ot^Capt. E. B. • Graham. \"-•••/• •\": A grand bal 1 will be given at Gattie's rink next Tharsday evening, Oct. 7. Admission SOcts. - Remember the dance given by the Agricultural society at Hahu's hall next Friday evening. Miss Minnie Hesch left Monday on the Corona for an extended visit to Chicago and Now Tdrfc:City. An infant child of Andrew Nelson, of Garrett Bay, died Sunday and was bur- ied Wednesday at Bister Bay. Mr. and...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 1 October 1886

*f The valley, verdore clad, will breed infection's O^dljnoldfoK^coolandBW Hath maoy a noiaome iiiseot creeping on the WehaBt^onWlttibatedbteato And find tlmtdlstaBcslentenchantiaentto the :vTbe btossoini |at«e:oni tre • • tr^pieimder:%j£ f •MiyplntaeitsgJltredged irtnjgs and qateWyfiy A maiden, on! BO fair* so b^fifoHo eee, • & ? MaybeastalBelnheartaBfalBe thrice told can The finest firaii *he orchard's rarest tree e'er •':-v •'•--bore.• ••:•• '• •-.'• '•- •'\"•' ^ , : , r Toooften hath a gnawing worni down a t Its :•:,,s''-.'V 'Oore. V.,vv' :-- :-:'•!•'••'': ?-:.-:K\" ^:•::'.- The loveliestrose i s no t without Its piercing thorn, And night's sweet, restful slumber speeds away witftmorni .••:•• .•.'^-'••r E'en 1Mb Itself,'with health and vigor brimming . % •: • • o'er,- '--: Is olt surprised t o hear death imocMng a t its ' -' V : ••door. -•• •: •• ••• 80 cleave no t thou t o earthly treasures giv'n t o thee .•'•:.• • '\" ' ••••-..'••':. '•-„M_ . All, all to incomplete save ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 8 October 1886

f«g $s»najwjnjaiBa^^ We wlU have iti&fcenrnp, ^ Old-Oil^J&otflo 1» ttrv?^ bnt M«sS$nl:&wiieifcowh^^ Whtehthlsoiaca^t dow notiandanewone pet, worn •CtatBad coTOMdtto officefloororthejnM Bat now It KM worthless, they said, worthless, Anew one should take its place, and this old \"\" 'TSjwItefilio^ Wben.lol as they took it np and shook ont The whole of thefloofbeneathit was covered ^w^-i^KeMnlng^g^ iV * For years and years it bad gathered the crumbs r': -^ol&nilijfrte'#Baltb^ Caught bjr the heavy carpet, bid in its folds by CJThey gathered the shiningfragmeate,sifting the A.:: V rgo1dlrbnV'the^lustr-~-v' i^-v -. • : . &precious harvest troly.pure anduntouched *Vv- ^ b^*n8t '''^: 'V-^:-\\^- .\"V.:.''•'/.:::: .-.••• And the carpet they folded away, smiling to v^^ :thlh*tfiat ther'-x^ • Had sailed it worthless and graceless only that Ah! what a lesson lies hidden in the folds of the ^':'v\\-carpeXgrayv-'V:v:-'-:::-' ..v\" -o :v A lesson we meet in life constantly, ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 8 October 1886

»fit§piS %0r W^MMMW§^^!i^^W^: pnblican ^ n a t o ^ ^ c o ^ e ^ First district held at Oconto Wednesday. vf^PROTisi^ was liibminkted-ft)* SapsrinitepdntofPubJIc Jias d^eHired•$' accept the ^omiimtion. : Beitold^n Ban[eiaire-rjejporter that be wisu^saijafied^ inee aiad hoped to see him elected Speaking of the labor party he said that while he badkjajwaysi been a laboring man he was ^aabh? to see the necessity of or advanta^eVpi|f«4m yedj Irbm tiie -•organization'Ma^ai^^ I t ia nowfejpbrt^ that Gen. M i l o ^ ^ accepting t h f r ^ f r ^ ^ agreed that jthiei )band!^o^ld be spared their lives an^TenihTOd from Arizona, thus forcing the government to keep them perraahontiy as prisoners of war. On the other hand Gapt. Lawton, who raptured the chief, - contradicts Gen. Miles' report .and says there van no conditions whatever to Geronimo's sur- render. The War department instructed Miles to enforce unconditional sur- render. If Miles is correct he will have to be reprimanded for disobedie...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 8 October 1886

HiSiBiiMlil^il |§j|gj|||^^ flMk&ace's Ihall- ^ f Sanday- iriofriiiig : commencing at 116'clocfc w ^ : Mr. and M ^ -ominee are visiting jfi^nd3-andtela- tivea in-the city^this wjefe. . S The ChawtJiiigua.Literary and Seiem tifie Circle meets to-in^rqw (Saturday^ evening at 7 p*clock, at the residence of • • Mrs. Maclkctiem The common council last Thursday evening elected Chris Bauiels police jns- tice in placapf JamesBv Carr, who left recently for Oregon. Rev. John Gxoenfeldt -will preach his final sermon in the ^Moravian church next Sunday evening He leaves Mon- day for hia new charge in.Missouri. While Johnny Hogahowas playing with a revolver Tuesday, the weapon was accidentally discharged, infiicting a slight flesh wound in the palm of his .hand. ' '.V. 7.-.c - • •^'•y. •Mrs. Sarah Tuck and Miss Jennie Shumacher left on the Corona yesterday niomiug for Chicago. Miss Shumachef goes to secure medical advice for spinal trouble. Mr. C. J. Walton, who was manager of THE INDEPENDEN...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 8 October 1886

3PO T theptecions gift dllltae ones I Thee F*flpesid Joys web* eftllllSlti^ i*^s£ i«y&ie£5^ @ : ^ & l f #!ia ^ •& ical conditions were concerned, was the Annas Mirabilis of the nineteenth century, and .was .known throughout ttieltoited StatesjandyEurope as the living.• Thefollowing Us,^ ai?ibrieif a.b stipact of the^^a£^^^ti^^':^w^ i January was mild, sdmuch so as to render fires needless in parlors^: ~ i Pebruary was not cold withvthj&ex- ceptionof a fetf days it wasmuch like : its predecessor.-C,.'v.: • /•* • ^i'^v^v:^:. March was cold and boisterous dur- ing the early part of the month the remainder was mild/ A great freshet occurred on the Ohio and Kentucky Rivers, which caused a great loss of property. ' _v/-at April began warm, but grew colder as the month advanced, and ended with snow and a temperature more like winter than spring* . May wasmore remarkableforfrdwns than smiles. Buds and fruits were frozen ice formed an inch thick corn killed, and fields ag...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 15 October 1886

tfsfe^PBU4am_. AndsnnbeamBbr Gouaa like bannets fair are ftylnig Fresh sweet winds are gladly cryttg The eager waves son-kissed are lifting •*s?:-i^iO^:siad :'0*e&^fcMS-S' :}vw- Myriad sails a^sa^drll^* ^ _JRiewind comes whlsaing tree, giiSEbet^Balltfare^ 2 ^ Andfiatgand fat^syflee. 5 Ss'^fafeBeyoailib^h^^ i*K5Cfteflsher»ad Is ealtog v w ,x: ^ Harkl hear theruBtflhg wings, ,_ln the thickhottjbsa, sohgr ^.-:f ttpleaps, exultant, clear, • :^ - •^jwAndjubflamly strong, i-v\" v=:^ . Beneath*hefragrant ferns ? \" *\\^Et»T!S»rtledhare ddthleap, IPbe'Wklsperlng winds do elgh, - s-::**aroase as from a sleep. U' '^yihe^dbtn-i^^ ThefarEast'samber height. •-.. And leaf and trad and flower A Ac«s i*efleJdsrosei ^ a ^Andsweetwlth clover blnshlngV •••••. The farm lad rntbJejBrgoes, \" i '4- At*onsaiid ~~i AN^WEICOMMPAS^ - • ..:A cold winter's night fouhd ft r . load of us gathered about the warm fire of a tavern barroom in a New En- gland village. Shortly afterC^e ar- rived, a peddler dro...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 15 October 1886

KTCBGE05 BAT, WIS. Entered as Second-class' iTsli Matter tt the Poet 'yyy::-M'4: STtmCffiOfif Bifc^. i iv.4 iOCT 15 1888^ archlstsat^uleagp and M S a t a r t s y be sentenced a i ^ b n t ^ e b e ^ b e bonrDe 6 mm Madea^leuietliyi^^albr mercy to the: cpart. The case y?Hi on be appealed' to the snpreniis coart. AiiHMemaJai^• attd important strike Js in proKresstat Chicago among the polfk packers, The^ packiajpr houses de- termined1 toi wtqni to tetf hpars work per day which the packers determined to resist and th& strf fce is[the result. Efforts are being made to have the mat- ter settled by arbitration but so far have beehi unsuccessful. Abbot 20,000 men are employed in the packing houses and nearly all have quit work. THE national convention of the ' Knights of tabor has been in sesssoh at Richmond, Va., durjn£ ^ep^sjfc' two oweek^ Ohie pfithe JBrst^things to pre--: ^ U ^ city and was re- ''.\"' iased •ac^ftpabdations at the hotels •tO] where the other delegates had arranged 7 ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 15 October 1886

i^iPiigsgiBiP {-Jciel£ wilfM^ : : - • accounta^gaih '^^w^ti^y'^'^e 1 ^ : oil Friday ftorn w^e^n^^yi^^'i^ Gastavus Bellman anUyMiss Alibira % Patiiter, of Bailey Harboriwere married at MS Harbor, last Sunday by M. E. I^maniE3q. \" / v- V-/•- ,*//C ' \". RevvC. Miuisen returned last Friday from his- trip io Europe. He reports having had[-\"a pleasaniirip aftd is much impFOved ia health. Mrs. Wm. Pahter and daughter, ot BatfeysHatrj^r, lef t Wedneadaynight on the Welcome^ to^ join her husband at Cedarville^ Kansas. John Eingie, -of Wausau, democratic candidate for congress in the Ninth dis- trict, was iath^ city Friday antl Satur- day, attending the fair, Mrs. J..R. Mann went to Chicago Mon- days where she will try.au examination =ln medicine to securer another diploma in place of one Recently lost. A young man, whose name we were unable'to learn, met with a rather se- vere accident on Sunday while out hunt- ing by the bursting of a gun barrel. George Bacon has sold the Ahnapee and St...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 15 October 1886

K^MmoBlc by thalaik's clear call •&WB»fc Iptsryon/wnfleyoumay, iAfid beg tbe flyim bonis to stay Forlove snail end, and dear delimit. Tto dayialQnB the daytobright s Xhta moment Isforyon and me, i Jiove me, beloved. Boon we die,% . s Joysllke swallows, quicklyffifj £i B And lore ahall end, and afl delight, - The day ts long, the day lai bright* $?:? ? ft^'JBat«JO)Df:wffl:«m1» w:8no^l'3:,:ft^ WSiBajnaada^^ rjored ini ^erfettilding 6i tbi8 magnifif cerit s t ^ ^ upftdto/fcbebottom of ^sliait,bv(er 100 feefc Sasp, ini »%li6t^ bucket. Three other workmen were with himv About half way up the shaft was a lot of scaffolding mideot heavy timbers, and projecting into the sfiaffc. This decreased the diameter several feet, and frequently the bucket OU Its upr ward journey, wouldstrike thisframe- work and partially 6verturn. In or-: derto prevent being thrown but the men in the bucket squatted down and clung to the bail. On this trip up, as the men 'were * going to quit for the night,...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 22 October 1886

5^xmta4ropsof«Th^mtt^bQrr8 HoWrt-eongtbedimsilence stlre- &M^M»^^^l^bAtown':eyes*iluster :: ?t^tSano beneath the epieadlng oak Step softly on thetallen leaves, ^: A '!:l'SAi1ffor1meiBBa^cbeer^^ Andlt mustbe thatshe can bear, C: BoyondNovember grim and drear, The feet of Christmas Hearing. (From the French.} y ' The voice had a strange cbann---eh- feebled, brdxen, as if growing aged, it nevertheless reached my fifth story in __ caressingmodulationsand an exquisite sweetness of tone. rrH: Idid not see ther&iiii^'^b^ I^imr apined him to be old and melancholy. He accompanied himself upon the guitar, whose low notes rendered still more sad the \"Lament of Mgnph.\" That matinal romance floated into ihy room together with a merry beam of sunshine. When he had finished the first couplet, the man paused I waited to hear the inevitable'recital of his misfortunes. But he said noth- ing, and satisfied himself with simply tuning his guitar he was certainly an extraordinary mendicant, w...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 22 October 1886

iliii STCBOKO!! B A T . W I S . 'wl#MiTjSB^^ ^ n e ^ r ^ s S ^ T l i r i ^ ^ O t l i s i i i i ^ winteredSwjjger^d^Irt^^^ GENKBAI. FAIBCHIW), Cbounander of 87. The ealllog upoa tha. Yarious posts to sus-j T $ h |& the decision of \"HI nfaald^nt KK pend wllectloiw for the Charleston snf-. from Mayor Courtney, stating that the age of eoaditioo pronifoe^of fmtimgg^ GILBERT M^mOWABDi v$6t LieutenantWmtmr^- • OM 0:^ ,r ^': '^ £*%: Of Bfrmi:r*XJ&. •• . ^ • • I «T iSecretery of State^ wwmLvmw For^torne^GerieraJh— GEQBGE W. BIRD* ' For State Mpertntendent-- l , E J.McLAUGHLm, / : dlfFOin9 lrtj.lAO. v.: .:,' For Railroad Commissioner—- 3AMESMEEHANr • :-V:,::- :otf&mprBssPOINT. - :,-\" ' For Insurance Commissioner— JOHNKAREL, OFAHNAFEB. For Conjrre88man— -_ JOHNRINGLE, . »•..: OWWAVBAU. • For State Senator-- ^ A«OS^R0LGATE, ^ For Member of AssemWy^- CHRIS LE(»fHARl)T. Foir Sheriff-- ^OGjEREATOUGH. For Clerk-- M. MCDONALD. For Treasurer— GEORGE BEYER.. For Register of Deeds— B...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 22 October 1886

m m^^gf^ wMKJiiiiiiii collections, solicit subscriptions and job S|$i$ Owtett Bay matt':?«^i!^ - S®iW^*'' ^ p l w l y by $1** staged ^ | 1 M ^ JM fiiri^iii^am IsjparViais- at ^Shioct&nV\"Wis* x ' r|M^' : d^foft,t^i!^:1! Firidayfrom 8 his visit to Illinois and Ohio fM Mrs^E.KjUlen, of Eacine^isintheeity, Silsitiiig her sister Mrs: Wm^Angeiv M The Cnautanlua I Miss Lucy Bacon ^Ha^^ 1:7:30. ^: ••: • ' ^ : ' \" . : Louis Goldstein was made happy yes- terday by the arrival of a little girl at hishonse. ••••• iJ'.-.-- Carl Barrett, ot^arrett& Weston, is Sin Chicago this week buying his winter stock of goods. - 1 3. W. Kinsel passed ihrongh the city Tuesday oh his way to the southern part of the conbty. ' I i The ladies of the Episcopal church will give a sociable at Jacksohport, Oct. : Leathern & Smith have purchased Gattie's rink and will have it removed.. It will be used for a barn. John Egan^made a trip to Milwaukee lastweek, taking in the expesitiou. Ho also visitei Mani...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 22 October 1886

insqneBtion 'Don't yon knpjr WB ond and, mth a\"twinkle of his black eye&, replied: «Jon' yon think it's passengers roawd and no more qne3- f obstacteB that binder us,'Us better not to BatSythegenttenxanner,whatever comes to And^jwacttea with suavity the helpful art to Old in d Tonng Great Men. iiisiliii pjaji^gj lllPS llllllllfif^ •Â®^i|l^::tbree ^^tt8 \"in^: :thel:^ffic^fflI Rhw illiehafistealledthe f^secdfld l^k^ljniy Shotirs ofdn^bBingfifomlafeMat^l? s F#^tfO?he third ma^^^3Ka^ievBttn^ S?#hocam-Sioh at midhi^i#id #pr3^have : # tillftAili^#aa ar^^icb3^in^do 1 :min% . H6,w*»^^piDi^^ifwlVo^hjjgh^. ^©bpnlariandwhfeiiydolnegthei/urniisgj days of Jnl^ it Becan^ the menihatBe \"was c«mfinel bis rooni by asetriereattack of malignant JfevOTj manyswereftbeexpwssipnsof re- iV -gret aradof lio^ for^ S During the trying days of Charlie's illness I spent all the%time I eould^stage spared fiis side, but oh account of his absence from the office it was hee- cessary for the remaining two...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 29 October 1886

fPSplfe sggstpjfe' W^^m^^m^^m ^fasgftgps 'slip HI von to Ins boat that's not \"bonny,\" norgf[v :::«,'^3J'dlm^iit »!®:^w^ And the water's a harbor, fliled op with sbip- ,^o«Vei^e/tbefiiiaie or Geneva'sfair Bhore! ttheeplaali of a blade, with its ripple and qulv- And beneath this taU ship-house—peaked and «/ *-Voomy^SHi^ And yonder old hnlk, without bowsprit or w«^ydelnt08ha4owB as gracefol and gloomy I'B a thing of beautyI - its on the waves shine A ferryboat cocces- i-iv ^ i^ccolbred ttteware only her signals dotog tbete *aty, : v:'f^.--:tiiey:: gleatfA)i]te'::|6w^'-'M.:affiO]iazc1i% Tbeteis n^weird legKia\" inany^nsiteftA ^ ^No/Mmwlrtea£* floats to the llsteutogear, No -'mandolin'' tinkles, but OTCT the water Come Iresh, laughing voices,lolly and clear. An«8p otfwe8» in thed^penfcg 1 wDIght, .-Without any sentiment,romance orstuff I .T&e^same moon gflds aU» with Its touches ot ..»• highlight} ^ l \\•' '.• v .'--:^' :|WB'iepezfcjcjtly h^py,sradtha^ Isenough m EBRAMC ...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 29 October 1886

^^^^^BP*^ . t ^ j j S & M h ^ ^ ^ ^ What tbcy do want is a man to makc_a clean honorable record as sheriff, and STD3GE0N BAY. . &$ci:m£im Pww State Senatac-^ ^ ' i „ i - , . _ Vv• JftiRtt- Member of A s s e m b l y ^ ^ i i ? f e ^ ) U S . A . D H E O T W : , : . I^^raoMASSCOOT. •- I f ^ ^ ^ O N A L D . • • |v* v ELI A.THOMPSON. - v JVMP Eegteter of Deeds— * •\"-• | ? | H T JAMES KBQQa,Jn. JPor District Attorney— ^-.'• „ w S KICHAttDP.CODT. IPbr Clerk of the Coiirfr- f ALLEN HIGGINS. For Superintendent— •• fe*': -. V j . W - K I N S E L . l?or Surveyor— ' „._t JAMES C. PINNE? . For Coroner-— ' ALEX. LAWSON, SR. Democratic Ticket. For Governor— GILBERT M. WOODWARD. For Lieutenant-Governor— J.D.PUTNAM. For Secretary of State— JOHNCLUDWIG. For Treasurerr- JOHN A. JOHNSON, • , For Attorney/General— • GEORGE W. BIRD. For State Superintendent— E. J. MCLAUGHLIN For Railroad Commissioner— JAMES MEEHAN. ' For Insurance Commissioner— JOHNKAREL. • For Congressman— JOHN SINGLE. For Stat...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 29 October 1886

SPili IS •Pi C#M3ls38 jtb Leathern, Mich., for the Winter, torts are being made in this «iiy to We are at present over 150 scholars jpa fot^ ^ ^ u h a i t i t ^ ^flthe ^rthijpro^erty ^ ^ l e p | r ! i he has received ^ i ] ^ a^eft caiw^ erf far ifce election^^ ( •^v^ • • t yj^jv i p Jtlice Baeheidor wfttriied- home lay evening from an^ extended ylsit hg:ffiente:atOshko^ I V ^Alfred Solway,^ of ^OT0ihiil%» i,and Miss Amelia l^ti^ of this Were mafriea' Wednesday-la this Bes fh&isnpper t—A breastpiln, be^weeii ?tieiresi-^ of John (Egan and Mrs Wm.nesday in this city. A liberal reward be given to the finder on retorning same. :-:\\\\. '\"^r/'^v/vv-:' *:t.: r :- ^^: and dance giten by the copal society at Jaeksonpoft was a enjoyable affair. 'Therewasi'a good ndaace and thei receipts weregrati- gjtothe society. •T^:-:^:^'''-':^ T.Frank Stradiing has severed his flection with The Independent and ow preparing an abstract of lands his county., Having previously been his work he is well...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 29 October 1886

WmM THE OCD BBMBBD iB A OAPTA1K. 8 « W e ^ i a * » ! ^ # i ^ He towioved»»«*«» atormiand the calm, be- SiSapbayiNael^ «3*atBlibe feels 'to^o^^flBlieaeirtlsMartlWi 's^«rratfceroit^ &SAJ^ ,tte Btr^^^ S^-tMalittfo-lalaod^^ A1WtttBewiai»^l*tt»:» : A- Bit* ttie wfitfUnllls o'er the downr,/: . *y i 3 B3» daughter's bornetlnvthte peaoeftu yate, fe And Wgrandcblld 'twlxt HBjtartes?-* Bat never the naflora passing sail, ^ s He quits his pipe, and he inap»iftB^e^r ^ v ^old^speak,tbongb. he cough* Instead, -Then paces the porch like a qnarter-deck &' : With areetog mast o'erhead!^,:n •-: ,: ^ .••- ^ Ho 1 the ©Jd sea captain's cheeks glow vtaxttt, *nd Ms eyes 'gedimta^0^ff!^i^^:-^^ And he matters abontliks a thnnder-storm In the cloud ol Us beeftafngIbjeou^ii -!.fe^JD*etor*a^^ fromtheshoretown ofMadison, Conn., to the Albany Argus relates the ap- pended curious facts wnceriSing tfie y'- simultaneous occurrence of death, in ^':cmosfc'cases/':withv 'the:ehb^:^i'^:fthe:'''ti...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 5 November 1886

l^rSteiiawti . &SO$^i»rWS*ftl J^^ .•^ifcls)*itt»'lfle**h^ We n u k not the light of our noonday hours, T^to theflretBtteakBthe dawn doth bring Wo nafl not the birth oroor summer flowers As Vre dathe first snow drops of spriog . On the bleak winter wind we iook not with grief, ./Thoiigh it howl through the branches bare, But we sigh when we witness the brown autumn Gray hairs may oome when the beaming eye \\ Has none ol its brightness lost, When with buoyant heart we would fain deny Youth's Rubicon has been crossed \" »looks young and green. i trunk may be there, ay on our cheeks may be seen lour first gray hair. v Yefcttelvy^ladi Though a saple ilndnaoghtot'* 3V , : Wjtowrwit * ©me early, comelate, like a knock at the gate, Is that nret-softlsDv^ry thread ~j And it Joins with its silence the years thatawalt Withth*yearsforeyerfled * : It silently tells as we're journeying on— It silently question?—WhereT O! a fai«»fui milestone, were the truth but ••\"•:.••'.•'••'.'JtaOWlV...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
x
Loading...
x
x