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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 14 January 1887

HcnrnreeOrswift it Andbrought os from Old year, we wet p to Anfci iwetbatooxi H.vee*er« Or murmnred at ti . , Whrawewereipained 'Twas bnt intended fi» oar| • • And now, old yeAr, letllusbe 1 -. - ' • ': Ere weaoparC • • ^Forallourtaalt^wemsk\"! Forgive ns ere thy Journey eads.| 1 Forgive—oh, tet the sinfal past Be blotted out ' 5 • Into thy gravelet wrong be eastji And crnel doribt | Bat let the good forever last f. Dying, thoti shall forever live I With other years i For thee we will a garland weavp i Amid our tears: t Old year, adien—we will not gri*r», From the Christian at Wo A MOTHER' S DRIAM. \"Oh, dear/' said tidy Mrk Jewett, ^there's Willie in the parlor again with his muddy boots, and Jennie has fingered, the wood-work of {the piano all Over ' I see, that I polished so nice- ly only yesterday. I know the door of the spare room bas beenlleft open, too, for the muslin curtains are' Etilledfrolicked - all awry, where pussy most ave in. the folds, and dear, dear, there's Jac...

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 — 14 January 1887

^^^^m^^^^i^m^w^Sk^ tut* li^iliiiiiii^pi Bt?t M^atJu-^-^a.-:-^\"-'------/•-^-.-,• :. rareei-MoBit^-r\"^^--^-'-' ••' - -- - Entered.:«^S&ina-cWss MaR Matter « tie -poeir. , '^-\"~ --:.-efllce at Sturgeon Hay. •-..\"• 75: : .40 FRIDAY* ^ JANTJAftf, 14, 1887, Gt tlip^Jtfinhesota legislator** held a jcfiiot caQcufli last Thursday nigbfc and nominated Sx-Governor Cashraart K. JDayia* for United Stales senator. , In Maine the republicans have re-nomi« gated Engene Hale and the deroox-rata have nominated Win. H. Clifford. The Michigan republicans have nominated Francis B, Stoekhridge, of Kalamazoo. * THE election congest between Geo. EI. Tate* democrat, and Israel & Cau^, re- pnWican^bntbo£whom \\ claim electipn wthe^^eniiliyf t|6fflr Richland county, yfs^j^^M joy^ ttte Secretary of the state to^Attorney i&eberal Ssiabitbok for a4e«i«i^,$h latter decides that the secretary ofjtlte'tate has no power to decide in tha matter and~ has \"directed him to turn tall papers bearing...

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 — 14 January 1887

e \"!\"::ctitteivia la the: c i i y ^ ^ a y ^ :^ V ^' v^ take irrtjie opening qt Me le^elattu-ev• Trdsseii- Broau* of Bajr^ie^, : toot over a load^tiMJef to Menominee Wednesday. Marti \" tious to pat itt^ a large quantity of ice ytiiisWinter. , • - .*. r Gjen. 0: E. Dreutzer is at Marf|aon l a attendance on the Supreme courljin the Srnith-Irwin litigation. | Julius Wetzler, traveling . aginfc of WeTzler Bros* dear manufacturers, of Milwaukee, is in the eityf j OTrur school taught by]Eugene pamp- bell at Ellison's Bay closes to-dajy, and Mr. CampbeJi returns to ljis home j Chris Helm, .'of'.Fish Ctieek, has leased the saloon of Alfred ^Zettle and v^ll as- sume control about the fiijst of Ma|. . •.'• J. H,Matthews, e(RowfIey's Baf, has purchased a wood alcohol distill|ry at Marshfteld, and* is trying jtoseciu%£ielp in this neigWJorhood. K ,/ | \" On oaf^secoad page t-da will be found a striking and instructiveailus- tration of the' comparative worth pf the various kinds of baking pow...

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 — 14 January 1887

nttirare P ISS K^tkaujtuitoat.ttiii joyow,gtodf 3 ^ o&anfcyaMo «r» but as ftjjiop Beve in the goodoflBB^of their lord and master. * % them the Qua ie still »eemi-divine father,'who would help them if he could, but whbee good in- tentions on their behalf areoontinual- ly thwarted by the malignity and in- competency of his agents. How long this Illusion will endure Heaven only knows, but i£.is now being rudely as- sailed by t&e stern logic of facts, and when it disappears there will be stich aiti overthrow : *fiii:'- ttlHit ? i^midary o t the night\" as the world has seldom witnessed. Let us hope that some of those whtf fcare lte1f«a#o sow the wind will live to reap the whirlwind. ^^nttetlum Un^ftnnaiii lioelof unitbloom at laat, when Tbot«fc\\!empej&toeee4 «**bark a while on life's t h ^ ' S ^ a ^ y ^ c^ta »t l«t when wfe the Theai ton.O pealto* belfc t thete'emutlo Ring on, ring on, and attll ring on, and waie the •'The whSTwe wttb, both for oaMehrea and ell -J ...

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 — 21 January 1887

When the cruel wtaterwimJa sire coldly btonlas, L y S|?l • : blowing, blowing, .V -v -«i'- -rft: v^ AM the snow begins to pileup Inthe V 5f| Then JUPMUT upon the poefa mind to growing, 1 h1s*h«Stis duirand he»rywith nil know* ? to land ^ Abortthe Maylower Rows much sweetwp ofi, . . \"Fnnghtwith the pfUkreof« State *Shecameto HtooiattiF—»w *' Nay,fraughtwith sturdy tv^ AttboaMtohsreQieir w*y But gtve them taByajid not kici Upon ForeiatheDr»Day.-v.: They civilized theInjun men With powder erelwtth ball They droveontlota ofsettlers therewasroom enough fori \"Believeas we.\" was their com: \"OrQebennallbetopay.\" Twas a grim old ganc that Upon Forefathers' Day. Their life wasnarrow, but 'twa*free, ' Among the foreststomps 'i The Bible was their library, .1 And they kickedout all Mugwumps. So forthose ancient Bxownist guvs, Cry hip, hip, hip, hooray, ,:{.\"••• For Plymouth. Pilgrims, primness, pies Upon Forefathers'Day. | , ' TIE BEAUTY'S BOTOOIR \"Yes, Miss Weston was fat home,\" ...

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 — 21 January 1887

':M^i^B«-*Uti«i'iMiiiiilaiter«.tthe Fpet- VdlB^ at &ii^ef> Cay. \\, : : ^AStUftt, 2t, pp- * T H | I ^ ^ H C ^ ^ «if the New torfc leg-^ ^fhis Is eaalralent tiriite ^ t i o n * S | ^ ^i^te:d.7Uiii£ed^^ :t^l fight Jed the democrats to Change thjair tactics after the firat ballot, andjplv the second ballot 81 democrats cast thjijr yote for Dawes? thus securing his eiqef- ttomr : -\\: \":•\"'-\": : :-. .•'.-' .•' 1 j TdK Ohio \"legislature lias' adopt|eil joint resolutions requesting senators afijl representatives to urge the passage of in bill iiitroduced by the late Congressnil^ Price, of Wi consin,' which would re- fund |to northern states the anioun-ts paid by thein on the direct war tax, dm- sessed Aug. 5, 1861 , and would relieve southern states, of ithe proportions ajjsl ' sessed agaj.nst them and still un-paM The amount of the ajppropriatioa p carry! this jiito^ffect would exeeW ii5iooo.ooav ~ - j / ' . ONE of the most important sections jjtn the |n.ter-state com...

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 — 21 January 1887

mm&mmm wwmm HtH iSS lisp- ^^|i|^liipl thecSfe$aay -•:0.' : : . ^nMZ7^. ^hn'McKe^T)f £Hy Bay Waei in the City Weduesday^ busuiesa. : ,• Toh Msidden, of Salon* wis in the eijy to-day. jHe made THEjNfiip^DENT a pleasant .ealL . •:/ •:\"--' *Jklr. A. W. Lawrence rptarned Monday, frpai a wfiieks viait to the lumber camps '^^^^^•^^•0^mVi. e r a ^ i f r t h e ^ s^eceededjinjgeitfujgthe^animals tint wtthont iuadli damage^ l^hey ^ r e driven arpun^i until Warmed *pland then put iln aparn whence they emerged apparently noj worse lo r their dtteHn& The following is a list flf the # t i t jurors chosen! for theFebruary pterin of the circuit court: \"**, • E. C. Daniels, Sturgeon Bay Louis Bassine^ Brussels Hansj Johnson,'Liberty Grove C L. Nelson, city thtvid Graham, Egg Harbor Alfred Jepson,^(Bailey's Haifbor Chris Dernln, Joim Wagner, Bailey's Harbor Patrick Mc- Dermott, KoreatvlHe Thomas Brooks, Jack- sotiport Williajm Lewis, Brussels George C. Bathburnc, Eg-g Harbor August Schumach...

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 — 21 January 1887

_ that mmm® «Ver, whoever,Trtuuererthey_be tot than TOTtowto!?how thdx spunK, • rff «di» theni ana^cnJ&fr?t&em aria ma«h ide. KA fe* men entered thejanglewitkcwc, s And fbtmdtbe KSepnant rooming there. ToaeLre thejnand crnao theSn^trat allin vfcto. R»raoutofMa react their bulletatew, 1 . Amdahott£e?«ejpaantthrongh and through, •SOX thebfegert boat inthejangle wide Gave op thefight dropped down and died. ?W&e!Owka»be satinVtwnearby, SawthefclRElephantaufiei!anddie, ^ Andheardhim, beforehetorthte sensies, Wish ne had cared for his coastdefenses. \"/:. .• -• \"••:' ^ T 7 ^ - : - ' — ift» iTor*|S«n. \"illFTLE DANDY.?r • tflie Br»v» Aci of an Kffemlnate Honngr From the Atlanta Constitution, i \"little Dancfy/* the boys called him. iejouaedTgOT-companyin VicksbuTg idst he^w^B&tsie^ej atid none of as Mfe enough interest in hirn to make any inqniries. His extreme ypnth, be 'wasAbout 15, would have excited Our sympathy under other circumstances, but the war-worn ...

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 — 28 January 1887

l i l ^ S ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l l ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ i wmm And turned my Heart t^flsweii (rton« Egotme toUifBenptr placed :£• • '•'•','•'• X abut we door ,- ..' \\UhxooghtlttiUt X tee your fa«e TOeoW«allecnrFe«yonrlIj«lo-nlght, Yourdeep eyes tfow - \"WtOHhat old glewn thatmade them bright -!-••••: • -•:'' So long ago. 1 listen: do I hear yout tone The (UenoB thrill? Why comeyou? I wouldbe alone. Why Tex me still? What ? Would you that we re-embrace— We two once more? \\ Are these your tears that wet my face Juatas before! Ton left to seek somenew delight, • ^ Yet yourtears flow \\ Wfcat Mtrow brings you back to-night? ShaBInotkndw? 1 will not let you erieTe alone— • • The night is chia-. • Though love Is dead and hope has flown* Pity lives still. . • How silent is the empty space I Dreamed J once more? Heacer«rth«Kalxist your haunting face 1 bar the door. '\"'• ' From the Chicago Tribune. SfEOOND THOUGHTS. 'Copper:was over at the Coye, and the rough pine tables were cleared of their burd...

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 — 28 January 1887

iH filli :p03t^^iXir£&ft M STvmitfiX -HiXi wis. ^ERiiai^saBsQm^iQ^: •• '•=••••••• -iSti, .w. Kiitereiias::Se^»d-x !jft! M&fi STafte-t- i t the. post: FRIDA^ |JAJfUAEI', 28, J887y • ffiE UJiited States senate got its.back upitihe other dayiridpassed a resolution wHich gives the president power at any . tiitE-t block ovrfports against all Can- adian shipments. This \"Was done aa a retaliatory step on the position taken liy the Canadian authorities in regard • to JAtoerican fishermen. ' The resoInSt'o^ passed the aenate-j with but oue dtss^nt- Jdg Vote, the general .sentiment of the senators being that -.this- country has • beeii-stepped on long etidugh by Canada and, England, and the peaple througho\\it IhiB country are entirely- satisfied with \\ Ih^ftep. _ _ '' : ~' - .._•''.:••••••• ' \\ CONGRESS havinjgiiassed the interstate commerce bill, and President Cleveland hatingjteluctantly attached his signa- ture to it,fivedesirabl\" berths on thegreeted, coininissSbn^win be op...

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 — 28 January 1887

ftiita MM \\m !Sl£:flt'.9 'P^lMkfo-^^H^ K x f e ^ •^tliexity-yestcf^^ xfcee and Chicago ye^rday. ' X Xx .x I Messrs. L.n.Ersy0*atirt J. f, MassenV ftgpr, o£ Jackson pelt were\"ip.i|te,cfty yesterday. '•-.-:/\"-' -X .X'-'e-- • Mr. and Mrs, L. M. Was^bura-lift j$fc terlay!nvornin^|pft: trip to Chicago. They will also visUatsoipe other.poin.ts. AJ1 the town treasurers in thejcQunty 'have made their rj^orns of Istatejjmoney. County Treasurer! Tiiompson wi|f «o pt Madiapnl ivita the^hiohey at ^ i early -xiateX • U1* • X '•' .': • ..,'!'''.•' '-\"• •' • Ed. iieGlair, formerly of Jiackson- port, but now of the Him of Le(JJaire=\"& . Gun(h?rsohv^ Sionx City, Jowa, j passed throughlhere Tuesday ondiis way] to Fish '.\"'-Creek.'•.[ ', ' ' ' ' V ! ' .'^We-aiie requested to, annourtce that i \"The ClieSluuts\" v/iil meet as uejial next •'Saturday. v.veuiWg . The band w}H be in J : Ht'tendericeand all members ar^reques-J Vted to t^'present : - '•-X • i ,- - The Nlcnoniiuee Herald says ttm...

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 — 28 January 1887

P!§I13S ^ ^ f * ^ P mmW^MMi m %lltlfl&ll^l#l ^OtfcCT- oncektadJyfpoVai Aodibeim«le«tii*twee«eriyl ~^**Jbeclaat»5£ltt^ \" We may each do otir best to forget ! 6Wif light that has gone fam^eb&M- f ind I would, if tlwiifkh cotlld *rail ti-r-^ . Yet withes toottftare but vafn~ a .-A ' . - fwenld ask that kind heaven wonld pity, l ^ t h e i ^ ^ 6 w itsf&i have att%nlahe]a, LiJce shadows that drift o'er the ««L i While in thtraght*e may only leealLttemU : Be0airttoenr.»\"W«nd to: ntcr .v(.- : i AitA Urns ftte^ire drift on the morrow, | And to shores that to usare unknown, | l4ndoh,lfthej»reseittl8:joyle8»,! { | S«y^f»ityparanKorinyown]? -r I And we dream of the Joys that hive laded, f -•)• And^ayrthat too qofcklyl»ve passed, J. •And the hepes that too fondly we cherfthedi. Apa trustedtheylonger might last. We havedrifted apajtftom each other— i Shall I wlsbrthatwe never hftdirnet ,,„ ? iAnd while yours Is the joy of forgetting, }• f Itiamine,that! cannot forget ...

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 — 4 February 1887

|Httte handsthat attheirside Had-caused the furrowedcheeka to smile AUt«U aregone, and in the boat Togetherandalone they float ^^IverlieaBi^'theirliaiiv • ^WbUlo^BurBe andtumult cease,\" : Their boatfiWes ©a inijierJeet peace. Jheirejw&aon backward up the stream, »owar«tt*a mountain's early gleam. ^S^J^tbelovely maiden stand, **#„reachesont to herhia hand fehe sees a youth come down\\he stream, Wittripplesoft, and plash and gleam. Yet whenne views hertilverhair, Hv thinks that she hasgrjwn more fair. tlie wribkled bands add iurrbwed brow fceem likeaawee^r vision now. . - And *t forgets that he is old, While his stronghand*her own enfold. fche faygj \"I gave my life to you A . •N. ver vcm bwatman half so true.* 3^2^*1* tId e weeps gently on, swcvftuple down the stream have gone. THEPARTNOER. v X Thomas Mathers was oniya ledger clerk in the banking firm of Hodgson, Dunford & Parr, St. Swithin+s Lane, Lombard ..Street. It was neither a very responsible nor a lucrative posi-...

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 — 4 February 1887

wmWmm^M jjjjjjlliliilill^^ **l*!!pmp***m^^ Tlieri^iigstream flovmsiiuwthly on. 5*6 iitfle hands that at their side m d dabbled in uie flashing tide Itoltttieii^ , . : Had^aused uie furrowed cheeks to spile \" All, ell are gone, and In the boat, i Togetherand alone they float S©stiver lies npon their hair, • ^ I no w they ieel no fear nor care. i *heiilIow8 mntti and tumult cease,\" Their boat rides on in perfect peace. iKheKr eyes m n backward up the stream, io«^rat»» mountain's early gleam. Hew*the lovely maiden stand, Ao*. reachesout to her hia hand She sees a youth come down the stream, : With ripple soft, and plash and gleam. Yet when he views her silver hair, Wc thinks that she has grown more fair. :^rtie wrinkled bands and furrowed brow : Jfc*c« like a*weeter vision now. Auds^te forgets that he is eld, -f white hlsstpnghandahcrown enfold. Wierays, \"I gRW my life to you «\"Nv ver was tfcKitman half so true.\" Yirt left's tide sweeps gently on, The «Touple down the strea...

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 — 4 February 1887

li^^Sfeii^DJ^^Sw .- ''•ij££!&- MTHGEOS B4J . WIS. m : * i * ? : j * . m t l i f c . ^ : j ^ i ^ Kiitered aa Second GIMS Mail Sfatlertt the ro8t- JfRlfeA*, ^j^auiB^:i ?il887.': Times is as fbjJcrwp ,fTh^ BfttfeS .lioa American senate didii'^ hurt? bat Jiis roar gives Iiini away.\" aid in bringing Canada to tetmp, the Veteransar i n : m d i b ^ ^ l ^ 6 i i p Seen(tliafMar^nnot be i^rte& - Buf- falo^ s a f c ^ ^ raeiit Ite & ^ Oiitarioj aflft eainrgh nten ffom that re- gion can W obtained when it is found necessary to protect the city. H I t e r pension appfopriatioa for the entrant year is, $7WKXWG0. This* the New Ybr^ World ioies, is §12J900JOOO more than the ordinary expanses of the gorerument in the' year before the war, Sinee 1861 tho. sunt Of ^08 62 Ifiltm has been expended for pensions. THE strike of the '(Oftgsborc-men and •freight-handlers in and around: New York city is assuming vast proportions. The men are'as a rule very cpiiet and no distuJbances have occurr...

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 — 4 February 1887

——— '•^if^^M^^M^W^W^&^i **%, ^iliiH*iiSWWs^ ? Chas.Larassorvifent ta^^acUiee last L a v a s * ^ / Mti HanaJohnson, ajt*p8^port/#lrt i$ eefrij»g the jury was aipl&sairt call- e r a ^ T n i ^ l N i ^ i ^ D ^ office ua thutsr #fs. Kettie-Macfiacbem, with her sou * Willie, l»ft this morning for an iex^ tended vi^i^iihtfienda id Marathon county. •'-•'•: r J : - . Mr. F. GL BlakefisteM canw up from Madison on Wednesday, tie was caHed as a witness in the case of Brown vs. Griswoid, but did not arrive in time to • testify.\" •:\"• : •':.••.:', ' . .. Miris Lizzie ReichB|,of BoscobeJ, wis., sister o t Louis Reichel, Shimmei's pop- ular jeweler, arrived in the city yester-^ ifay and will remain with her brother for some tline. ^TheChestnut Club will give a dance at the^ Opera Hall to-morrow evening All members are [urged to be present and each member may iiivite two friends. 5oo music will hie in attendence. We received with pleasure the initial number of The Pestigo Argus. It is pu...

Publication Title: Independent 1886-1890, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Independent 1886-1890 — 4 February 1887

^m^m^^m^M^w^ UPSS!*ii^|f?£j^^ i\" S rrieeptontoOiCTBarth'iiwarm breast -,• I^lfcii iviM^^qnietiuid dJsraw^-: ' :^^^-\" ftionibaUtheBonlnatrenglhretnrn i'-^Oh r dost thouniborn,of life afraldt ' : :W }. SwothettaWje^.irBl'tarn^.u .-, j ^ dar*^ - ! Aft w the longest, loneliest nJght ^^^toinoriitaglnemiails.- -'^ . X v ^ \" . '.'•-'i,'.Wii IttMif'ibJe *ei(i\"-i»(B-niHtt iite ','. U iailing heartAnd fleanbejWnt H Wb »t if ttiy lovere/Wn and irtend, ^jv^BB^ftoVthrcSBttplalnt, : 4: \"•-Evea astnrnaihefelHrfnlyear. ,. v Ii L thealow dayB of stonii and gloom, i !An«t spring begins her journey here '! i®wmj^'-the catUito-blooinf . ' -SoihanthySnnnnvellHislace ^ - - A od att there mfets In radiance bum v 3Pa[nBarHls4onritake heart otgrace • Thyjear beglnftfr turn 1 ASOlJHEfeLip IN AFRICA. Bern arkablo Adventures While a Cap- tive Among the Arabs. A lot of emigrants stepped from the cars ajLthe union depot yesterday, e»yli^4 Pittsburg Commercial Ga- zette. Among them was a French- man na...

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 — 11 February 1887

ikperry stratus orfestal mirth TlieycheeroiHrhourt of gladness, •t wail their cry vpheamianigbt flames So bilhey1 ring, Iheae bells of eaith, _^VlMmOte that nev« changes,1 V But ov« all the cMtdsdf life •day they monrri a nation's los«, In heavy moans of sorrow. Bu i chant the trfpprag wedding-march lug'adsomo tones to-morrow Today theyringof victory,- Wi'h banners-Bayly flying, To-morrow requiems for the slain J On HII the winds art sighing Ho on they ring,.these belle of earth, . With note that never changes, i. Hut over all the chords of lile . j Their mystic miisic rangei '...- - ?lt gently, on the mornfng air, . TheSaboatb .bells are calling -i „ ? Bi JOitly atthe hour of trayer :1 Vhen evening dews are falling ! - • Biit when, death's sad procession moves, •And bells are siovvly tolling, Uti«r monxhJully upon the enr 'WJose waves pt sound come rolling -. Co nnthey riDg these bells of earth, NVitH note th«t never changes, tvit overall the chords of life 'flair mystic music...

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 — 11 February 1887

glgfll la merry strains of fartaliiilrtli :: Or wall their cry when mianlgnt flames ! J iJw»l» note that liever changes,\" • Bat over all the chords of ltfte v 3T^day they month » nation's los«, r - l u heavy moaiw of «orrow, •'.... But chsiit the tripping wedalng-march In g'adsom? tones to-morroW Tc^day they d b f of'vfctorvf i vfi'h Danuersfcayly nyirg To-morrow KQUlems for the s^ein On all Uic winds aie sighing: ••-.' ••• So on they ring, these bells or earth, _ With flote that never changes, But over all the chords of Jile • Their mystic music ranges. How gently, on the toorntng sir, kSt . The-«abo«th bells areealting: ^TiWow f oitiy aSthfc hour of nrajjerj •••I, When evening dews are falling Bcu when death's sad procession movia, ,', And bells aresiowly tolling, .. \" liow mournfully npoh the ear Those waves of sound come rolling ». * tjooa they ring these bells of earth, W|tJj note thtit never changes, Etit overall the chorda of life j •• Their mystic music ranges. . t...

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 — 11 February 1887

To-day Iheymonrri a nation's los», in heavy moans of sorrow. Bui chain the gripping wedding-march In g'adsomo tones to-morrow To day they ribjf of rictory, * WJT«h banner* fcaylyflyiiig. To-morrow requiems for the slain OH all the winds arc sighing . o ' ijoon they rirg.these.bdlla Of earth, With note that never changes, - &ut over all the chords of life Their mystic music ranges. - flow gentry, 6a the morning air, .^ThfetfaboathlbeHs arecallingi mow soitly at the hour of wttjcr, VVVheneveninjg dews are fellicgfc i/But when death's sad procession moves, f ^^ad bells areaio*ly tolling,., Hiuv moucnlullly upon the ear •~, Those waves)ot sound come rolling • So oa theylring these hells of earth, With note thrtt never changes, fcru over.all the chords of life Tlieir mystic music ranges.- Ti€i note is one-but human soujs, All ihoughtwa-'d passions blending. Can turn tliomusic at their will,\" To'eneh emotion bending - These siiR fro:n turret and frost tower. Which. Vcr the landare ...

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