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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 November 1856

.OJ!"J .Alt YS?J&7 x 'iHUIM .V -rr-VTTTV JiVtJV 'm . A V i,K:":rjiWfi if piy mil, 'BiSS fit Si mmk mmmx,-"7T,J ' -' ' ' . . . ;T . - .... , J. - - ... .. ., 1 ; - : . . - . . ' , , I , , , ,,. , . VOL; 17. , NO. 38.' f i il M ' It: VAiMJtHLE FARH For Solo or Ront. ' THAT well known. Farm on the btate tfyp Roads loading from St. Louis to St. Joseph -JE and Hannibal to the latter place, about four miles East of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, Ma., formerly owned a ltd occupied by the late James Herryford. The subscriber being desirous of leaving Mis souri for a milder climate, will sell low for eath, or. will ?ive lime on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so -well known that it is only necessary to sny tostranirers coming to the Coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for riclinessof soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country; no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doine; any pub lic biuiness,no better can probably be fou...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 November 1856

GLASGOW WEEKL Y T I M E S V Xotnt fiinai. tVe reached die licud ui I he pa', and far in the bMitn nl tlx mountains , tielore us, 1 law lite well known shape of the cliff which l'rm the front 'of Smui. At each successive advance, there cliffs disengage . themselves I rum the intervening ami ur ruHiutitiK liills, an J al Inst lliry aloud out 1 liiiuM mlhrr any the colninnur ni is which they form, stood out alone ngaiusl Ihe ky. On each side, ilia sky encompassed it round, a though it were alone in ihe wilderness. Anil to this piui.t mail we approached through a wide valley, a loup eomtittied iHtiii, which endo-rd a it . was between two precipitous mountain ratines ol' black mid yellow granite, and having ahveya a ila m.llliis prodigious niomlain liUnk, 1 could compare to i.oilniig; vl-e than the im mune avenue, ihe drtino," it is tic t liicul'.y culled, through which the iippm. c!i Was made (0 the great Egyptian temple.; One extraordinary sensation tvtts'the luce knowledge at rack suc...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 November 1856

G LA S G O W WE EKL Y T I ME S THE GLASGOW TIMES. evtLUBtD ttr TBCIUT omlHO BT CLAEK H. QEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM rARI.(BLV 15 ADVANCE, !jbcriptiOB promptly discontinued at th ' aspiration of th time paid for ADT EtilBKKKTI Inserted at th moat ram. A liberal discount to . Yearly Advertiser. ;' J03 WORK, Of erory description promptly executed at sbo notice) on reasonable tci mi. . AURNTAi V.B. Pt is oar ourthorizerl Agent in New T-Hl, Bjtton, and Philadelphia. 0. BnaoKA'it, LinnetH. O. It. BtfacasMsr, Hnntsvdle. WAttato Co., Roanoke. Tilo O. 8rtSp, Btoom'ngto.r J. H. Punt, Penny's P. O. - -Pvsraii t Co., Onmbridw. " W. . WtMo, M .rshalf. O H HtfaatK. T.-enton. fl5rPstmitersgn8rally art reqnssted to ct aa agents. "a5",AH Bonta r requested to remit by mail woaiierer iney nave convemem amoums. r:GLASG0W MlSSgOI. Thttn3y fltorninp-, Horember 13, MSG. EtiCTioit lit Act)iii. Wa are just in possession of III official rote of Audrain. Th vol for ftcpreseniative which wss a tie lnt Augus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 November 1856

'g1i;-a!s'g"o' aV "w ii e k 1' tL'ri'Jrte'fe M L .:.: 1".. SE IKO OF STEAMER WILLIAM CAMPBELL. , I IPSE THE new and magnificent freight and ifi&'&apassengersteomer.WIL LI AM CAM P BtLI., William Edds. Master, willcommence her regular trips to the above points as noon as naviga. tion opens, and continue in the trade during the entire season, leaving St. Louie ever alternate fllon any. at 4 o'clock, r. m., as roiinwsi 1 rarnary zoj ., . Jiny 14 and 2Hj- .,, , March 10 and 2J) August 11 ajul 25t April 7 niid 6l ' - ' Sept. 8 and 22; " 'Mayfandl9; vy, Oct. ft and 20i , ; , June 2. 16 and 30; Nov. 3 and if) . - Returning) will leave' Weston every alternate Monday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. as follows: - -t March 31) August 4 and 18) April 14 ana 28j " Sept. 1, 13 and 2M May 14 ami 27j ,. , Oct. 13 and 27: , ' June 1) and 211) Nov. 10 and 2 1; July 6 and 21) ' ' ..... ' Departing from Wsston, Monday, at 10 o'clock, A-M.; Parkville 11, a. m.) Kansas il, p. M.t Inde pendence 2, p. M.; Li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 November 1856

, .'I .'.. ' 4-: i:;-: ; t EDM LUiw il. JItliLN', COR AMU PftOlMUKTON. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL: 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 185G. NO. 89. 27"or f3rs,lo ox XloTVt. Til I f w-ll known Firm on the Stats 'e'ln from tit. Louis to St. Joseph m l IIiimib.il to llie latter place, about f vn iiil(, But of li-yiesville, Chariton Conn, ty, Mi.. for-nrly owned and occupied by the lat? James Herryford. Thesuliscriher being desireusof leaving Mis souri for a m 1 lor climite, will sell low for tah, or will -rive time on one half of the purchase mo my. T'lis Farm is 10 well known that it is only necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country) no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doinr any pub lic basiness,no better can probably be found in the State. The farm consists of 258 Acres) 130 under cul tivation, new...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 November 1856

G L A S G O VV WEEKLY -TIMES TV es' minuter Abbey. Kvfry stranger in London Ron (o nee tttc old A Obey. Its antiquity, it architecture, in memories, its monuments, nil combine to five it interest. It beginning are lost In tlie dim legends ol, the b.li century the urtistic tusle of different tgesis nobly rep resented in iti structure and ornaments and ilt marble record epitomize the liiitory ol Lngluiut. Here Harold una milium the Conqueror were crowned, and every suo cediiin sovareign to the present lima. Ilcre in the Coronation Chair, mado by or der, of Edward 1., and in it, the celebrated Scone Sione, el' legendary lame wliitdi had been for eges the coronation seat of the Scottish, King. Its companion chair wan in'uld for the coronation ol Mury, Queen of William 3 J. Here have been buried and crumbled into diist. King and Queens, Warrior and Statesman, Orator and Po ets, Art wis" and Philosophers,' utiose busy lives entered largely into the chronicle ol many centime), but whose di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 November 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES TJIE GLASGOW TIMES. 1 SOlMSBtD CrtKr TBOBSDAT MOKKIRO f ; CLARK H. GEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the tims paid for.J advertisement! Inserted .at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, s terms. Of tvsry description promptly executed at sho notice, on reasonable AUENT8. V. B. Palm sr. is our ourthor'ued Agent In New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boardman, 1,'hneus. U. H. Rorckhart, Huntsrillt. Waylawd tt Co., Roanoke. ' Thos O. Sharp, Bloomingto.r J. H. Pairftv, Penny's P. O. Powell . Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, MarshalC G. H. Hubble, Trenton. (Postmasters generally are requested to act as a?ents. (I'All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GL1SG0W MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, November 20, 1856. Look for the X A aross (thus X) immediately before the tiame,signifies that tiie time pnid for lias ex pired. - "T-- ' Sals. See notice of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 November 1856

G L A S G O'W W EjE K L Y7 T JH E S . I CAN." , I ' ' . ' I ' " V CHADtll L. roRTtt. ' "I car! " Yea mr we know you can! ' We read it in your eye, .. . . There i a myMio talistnnn Flashing nil gloriously! ., Speaking it out boldly, let it ring, There i volume there, There'i meaning In (lie eagle's wing; Then soar, and do, and dare! ''I ca!" climbs to the mountain top, And plows the billowy main, It lilts the hummer in the shop; And drive the saw and plane; 'Til fearless in the battle shock, And ulways leads the van Of yoiinp America's brave sons - Tliey never (inuiled nor ran. I casI" He is a fiery youth, And will a br.iihrr twin, And, nrm in arm. in hive mnl trulh, They'll cither die or win; Shouhler Ik hlum'dur, ever reity, AH firm mnl tearless still The brothers labor true mid steedy "I cah," and brae '-I will!" 'I can!"" e'en on his pleasure trips Travels I y lelpjjruph, lie plumes the snowy wings of ships, AuJ never works by half; Hi music is the humming loom, And eliiulles are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 November 1856

r I. - i I. CLARK II. GREEN, DITOR AND PROPRIETOn. 9 ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, IXVAHIAtLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 185G. NO. 40. . I TAMJ.4BLE FAHH For Sale or norvt. THAT well known Farm on the State ' Roads lead i nit from St. Louis to St. Joseph . and Hannibal to the latter place, about . i - n tr i : i il.' r ... iuur miles bust or j.evtpivine, vnanton coun ty, M j., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryford. The subscriher beine desirous of leaving Mis souri for a mildur climate, will sell low for cah, or will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and fir richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the ountryj no better can probably be found in the oou.ntry, and as to its locality for doinir any pub lic business,no better can probably be found in the Hate. The farm consists of 238 Acres;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 November 1856

1 G LA SGOW WE E K L Y T IMES. North Missouri Railroad. Jn Address to the diffcrtnt Counties on the tta of Ms JVbWA Missouri Railroad. Gestlimen: It ii the wish of (he Di rectors of this Company to complete the Niirlh Missouri Railroud. at the earliest day the menus of tliti comjMitiv will admit of tu the low State hue, but espefcially is it cle nirublu that it should be completed to its junction with the Hannibal and Si. Joseph ruilroad by or near the time, thai the lst Kerned road is finished to the junction, which I urn informed will be ubnut llio first of next July. This cumpany has not yet sufficient means to enable it to build the road to its junction with the Hannibal and St. Josejih railroad. The estimated cost of the whole road to the Iowa Slate line is, as you perhaps have seen from ouf annual report, $S),(i54,300 55. This docs not include the discount on Slate bonds and the interest paid on them, whilst the road is in course of construction and not earning any thing. 1 es...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 November 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES - . THE GLASGOW TIMES,. OSMSHtD BVEKT THURSDAY MOBMilO BT ' CLARK H. GREEN, At ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IXVARIADL.Y'1?! ADVANCE, Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the txpirotion of the time paid for.J ADVEBTIIEMENT8 Jolsrtad at the usual rate. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertiser. JOB WORK, Of rT description promptly executed, at iho notice, on reasonable terms. "aYj'e'! TS . V. B. Palmer is our ourthorixed Agent In New f York, Boston, nnd Philadelphia. C. Boa RDM ah, Linneus. O. H. Borckhabt, HutltSVlll. Waviamd fc Co., Roanoke. Thos O. Sharp, Bloominglo.r J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powi.t. & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wclson, M.irshall. O. H. Hdbblf., Trenton. (Postmasters generally are requaated to set as ftgrnts. Ijy All scents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. h GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, November 27, 1856, Look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the name,'signifies that the lime paid Cor lias ex pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 November 1856

G L A S G OWilWE E K L Y IT IcM' K ?S-. HUES TO MARY. BY CHARLES SWAtlf. ; "Die graceful nnd llio beautiful, The gentle, kind, nnd airy, Together met to mould tlie form And gin the mind of Mary. There's nature in ench careless curl, In every grace n moral; Her mouth 'tis Cupid'a mouth sweet girl, And full cf pearls and corul. She's like the keystone to an arch, That consummates all beauty; She's like the music to a march. Which sheds 8 joy on duly! All happy thoughts and feeling rife Seem evermore to guide her; The very ills and cares of life . Forget themselves beside her. Eencli sweet expressive glance appears r 01 Nature's best selection; It took the world six thousand years To perfect such perfection! All gift divine (hat could combine, All charms of nymph or fairy, Agreed to grace one benutious face, And witch the world with Mary. She seeds as if with wings so fleetj No bird's could e'er surpass them; Yet none can ever spy her feet, Though 'lis believed she has them! She lends ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 December 1856

I ' - . ' " " Lv " i CLARK II. GREEN, .KDfrOB AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 185G. NO. 41. 5 YAECAI1LE FARlt For Salo or Xlont. THAT well known Farm on the State ' Roads leading from St. Louis to St. Joseph . and Hannibal to the tatter nines, about tour miles Eist of Kcyteaville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryford. Thesuhscriher being desirousof leaving Mis souri for a milder climate, will sell low for cah, or will e;ive time on one half of the purchase mo yitf. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to say tostrangers coming to the coun try thet it it one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by anv in the ountryj no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lie bunness,no better can probably be round in the State, The farm consists of 258 Acres; 130 under cul tlvation, new...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 December 1856

nmneeasees a3HsSiS GL ASjGO W WEEKL ?Y, rLIM E S Wallas and !EU Plant. Tti New; York paper' of Monday cony tnin a long communication concerning Gen. Wulkcr and Ijia , project, signed by Gen, D. Goicouria, Cuban exile, w)io ha. been Identified for ome lim past with Walker' mot-emend in Nicaragua. Goicouria i, or was ihe head of the Cuban Annexation Jun ta f fillibtialera in lliia country, which owned yeasel ome mean, designed toiperate on Cuba. Beliwing Kat ty co operating with Walker, hi cheme would rrceiva a valuable auxilleryy he made over ture through an flgent to Walker for an alliance, which tli Utter willingly listened to. The mult waa the drawing up and igning of an agreement, or contract a fol Idwt: ; COJITBACT. Gen. Wituta WAwtaa, Comranndcr-in Cliiel ol th army of Nicaragua, U willing to Conn the following agreement with Capt. F. A. Lust, appointed agent of St. Do mimsodc tioicocaia, sole holder and de positary of the good and chattel belonging to the cause of Cuba, consis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 December 1856

,W.'l .UmSflH. riTiw, .ui xu r''t..u,jina.tJLUij' jijnanrwr I 'annas' s"i n i i.mlaytfyiiltfXJ GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES TIIE GLASGOW TIMES. CBLISHID IVERY THPttSDAT MOHIHHO CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM) INTARlAni.Y IN ADVANCE, J3T Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the .. . aspiration of the time paid for.J ADVXKTI8XHXHTS taasrWd at tbt usual rates. A liberal discount to , Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every description promptly executed at tho notice, on reasonable terms. rAirs'T8 7T T. B. Palmc is oar otirthoriied Agent in New York. Boston, and Philadcluhia. '.?.: l j. l. C. Boardman. Linneus. O. H. Bukcku AaT, Huntmlle. Watland It Co., Roanoke. . . Thos. O. Sharp, Blooroingto.r J. H. Pkwkv, Penny's P. O. , Fowell Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hobblk, Trenton. Postmasters generally are requested to act a ae-rnts. (jy-AIUfcents are requested to remit by mail -whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI , Thursday Morning, December 4, 1866. ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 December 1856

G L AS G O W WEEKLY TIMES THE IIQHT AT HOME. Tlie light at home, how bright it beams When evening shades around ut fall; And from the lattice for it gleams, To love, and rest, end comfort call. When wearied with the toils or day, And strife for glory, gold or fame, How tweet to seek the quiet way, Where loving lips will list our name, Around the light at home. When through the dark and stormy night, The wayward wanderer homeward hiss, How cheering is that twinkling light, -Which through the forest gloom he spies. It is the light at home; he feela That loving hearts will greet him there, And softly through his bosom steals The joy and love that banish cnre Around the light at home. The light at home, whene'er at last It greets the seaman through the storm; He feels no more the chilling blast Thai brats upon his manly form. Lo"K years upon the sea have fled; Since Mary gave her parting kiss, Hut the sad tears which then she shed Willi now be paid with rapturous bliss, Around the light...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 December 1856

I I 111 E tme. CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 'LLia ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 185G. NO. 42. For Stvlo or Rent. THAT well known Furm on the State 0r Roads leading from St. Louis to St. Joseph EZ and Hannibal to the latter place, ahout four miles Erst of Koytesvillo, Chariton Coun ty, M J., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Kerry ford. The subscriher being desirousof leaving Mis souri for a milder climate, will sell low for cah, or will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country) no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic business, no better can probably be found in the State. T.ie farm consists of 238 Acres) 130 under cul tivation, newly fenced....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 December 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES President's Message. Vtngt from the President of the United Slates to the two Houses of Congress, at 1ie commencement of the Third Session of me iniriy-rourm congress. Fellow-Citizens of the Senate and House of Jfrpiesentathts: The Constitution requires thai the Presi dent shall, from time to time, not only re commend to the consideration of Congress such measures as he mny juilge riecessury nnd expedient, but also Hint he shall give in formation to them of the state of the Union To du this fully involves exposition of all matters in the actual condition of the Coun try, domestic or foreign, which essential!) concern the general welfare. While per forming his constitutional duty in this re spect, the President does not speak merely to express personal convictions, but as thi Executive Minister of the Government, en abled by his position, and called upon by his official obligations, to scan with an impartial eye the interests of the whole, and ol every part of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 December 1856

i.rTiir ji iiil imiimii GLASGOW WEEKLY T I M E S THE GLASGOIQIMES. tUBLlSHED EVEHT THURSDAY MORNING BT CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR ;PER ANNUM invaiuably in abtasck, Subscriptions promptly discontinued at tin expiration of the time paid for.3) ADVERTISEMENT 8 Inserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. jon woitK, Of erery description promptly executed t ilio notice, on reasonable terms. a ifNTsT V. B. TAtsir-R is our ourthori.ed Agent in New t York, Boston, nnd Philadelphia. C. Boahoman, Linncus. 0. H. BtTRftiHART, Huntsville. Wayland & Co., Hoanoke. Thoi O. SiiAnr, Bloominglo.r J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powki.l ft Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hobble, Trenton. ("Postmasters generally are requested to act as agents. . (I?jp"AII agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they huve convenient amounts. GLSG0WMISS0URI. Thursday Horning, lecemVr 11, 1356. Look for the X A oross (thus X) immediately before the linme.'signifieslhal the t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 December 1856

GLASGOW WEE K L Y TIMES THE HEART S GUESTS. When age lma cast id shstlowt O'er life'i declining way, Ami the evening twilight gathers, Round our departing day Then hall we tit and ponder On the dim and shadowy past; Within the heart's still chambers, The guests will gather fast.. The friend in youth we cherished. Shall come to us once more, Again to hold communion Ai in days of yore. They may be sterne and sombre, They may be young and fair; But the heart will have it chambers, The guests will gather there. How shall it be, my sisters? Who then shall be our guestsP How shall it be my brothers, When life's shadows on us restsP Shall we not midst the silence, In accents soft and low, Then hear familiar voices, And words of long ago? Shall we not see dear faoes, Sweet smiling as of old? Till the mists of that still chamber Are sunset clouds of gold? When age has cast its shadows O'er Life's declining way, And the evening twilight gathers Round our departing day? Mixtxo Meaniscs Maxolik...

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