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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 April 1885

4- il KY LADY IN THE SOUl'H. Mv ladydwelle in sunny lands, She walla by tropic seas I know where her fair palace stands— Amid the orange trees. The fervld-heartea pasaion flower Blooms In her garden cover The orehid blazes by her bower, The palm trees wave above her. The sky that greets her upward view In ono Vast sun-lit dome, Is like that orb's cerulean hue In Gesu's church at llome. And when day's glories slowly die, And wild birds sing BO more, The southern cross then blazon high— The clouds Magellan saw. Some day when hills are growing dark, And when I long for rest, I'll step aboard my little bark And steer her toward the west. And seek iny lady in lhe land Where summer dies no more. Aud when reach that tropic strand My wund'ringa will be o'er. And yet I know when cold, iark seas Brei»k on a wintry strand When snowy fields and leafless trees Are over all the land I kuow that were she with me now, However cold and drear The winter's wind blew o'er my brow, She'd make a summer h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 April 1885

vli $fcv *V MFABATIOIT A wall was grown up between the two— 1 strong, thick wall,- though all xraseen Non« knew when the first tones were laid, Nor howthe wall was built, 1 ween. At4 eo their lives -were wide apart, Although they shared one board, one bed A careless eye saw naught amiss, £et each was to the other dead Ho, much absorbed in work and gain, Grew aoon unmindful of his losa A hard indillerenco worse than hate, ChangodloYe'B pure gold to worthless droes. She snffcroi] tortures all unfold Too proud to mourn, too strong to die The wall pressed heavily on her heart Hor white face ebovred her misery. Bnch wallsi are growing day by day 'Twiit in and wife, 'twixt friend and friend— Wonld they could know, who lightly buud, How sad and bitter is the end. A careless word, an unkind thought, A alight neglect, a taunting tone— Snch things as these, before we know, Have laid the wall's foundation stone. 01SHIPBOARD. "Well—perhaps—somo time." The words fall slowly and falteringly from ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 April 1885

\:V~. 4b W SCndea. 'Se.Tft^l Supf «t li:i«t f:ck, of Uve 'isllH-lParg 4 :i,i 1 Express Aompaoy, wish ^Sftce at Council Bluffs. w«a in. St, P«mi Mfwflay 4n cr •isultation wKh W. FvPtaeK, gener o-r,noim Pae '.c lyultation '.ok place ut the Northern .-. "ft'. olVs. i.-' vf'.r 121) Filial Third street, "he- pr.uetpw. na'tti .» v... ...... .. to mftice nam prooi mi snjp H-ner rnm-rimemtertt »f the that mid poof will Honne, tiers of the district 'acili. TC.\*pretfc cttep:irjj\ The cwinty, Minnesota., on. Ajj .v.i sincethe first oLDeeamluH-last, about •tif time the W*ll«s- Fargo people began oj.rffttions on tlse Northern .Pacific east Mis .ula. ThekUjcaUmni,pai\\r would .oinuuuce a.certain laic, but-it w,Hild no ki. nor be .put unto e.flectths\a the foreign •ijj-i pany would go nut holler, This-has, ,*»'• kv\.t un ev(.r since, and acwa.it. r: ce lliciv iiHve Ui'.'u harcUv twocon v»• _»*tivv fl«\^ wlivn the untile rules liuve. :v. in The ixault of yestert lay's i/sultal .J w«s an k^'n'btJii...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

a# PROFESSIONAL CARDS. L*arnl. Attorney at-Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN 0. A. LiNttitERGii. L. W. BILLS. LINDBERGH & BILLS, ATTORNEYSjAT LAW. Office in Dr. Simmons' former office. LITTLE FATi?, MINN. A. V. STOKEV. D. T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at. the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICH ARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys nn-1 real estate, rn.1 loansi woney du turna?. Also bis fi large amount of choio land and town loU for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH, attorney at Law. —Office first door west of the Papular rink.— LITTLE FALLS, MINN. Official. I.YMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEPS, MORRISON COTTsTT, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. -Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Knle. Ol'FK'E AT^COURT IIOI SK, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEON 1I0CDE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. MORRISON COUNTY, MINN, 43*Entries of Homesteads, filing Final Ptwt ml any other Loeal Lund Office business...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

little talis Transcript. I. 'j W. M. FULLER, Publisher. lilTTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. A moderately late spring, muob aa it &ugr JfKifolte complaint, is said to be a fgfwabla ^indication of a harvest rath •s fy&h otherwise. Thff present month h^ Jbeen oold and windy, thus far, but thtti 1b ample time yet for the "show era tfcat bring the summer flowers." That forestry is of some account in this eonntry miy be estimated from the faot that the value of the forest crop in the census year, 1880, exceeded $700, 000,000 and that during the same year the vt^ne of the iron and steel produced Was less than $300,000,000, and the val­ ve of the anthracite and bituminous coal mined was less than $100,000,000. Truly, the conservation ol our forests isa wise work. The stir of military preparation, or the clash of qctual conflict, is to be heard to-day over a wide area of the Inhabited earth. England, France, Italy, Bussia, Turkey, India, Austra­ lasia, Egypt, South Africa, Arabia, China, Madag...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

Cr !v HON BOi. Oh my King I—because my lover!— Drear is nil the world to me, Void of sunshiny, void of moonshine, Since you sailed across the sea. Though the springs are just as radiant, And the summers just as rare, Though the day dawn loves the morning And flings diamonds in her hair Though the,sunsets are as purple, And the twilight skies as gold. Though are lovers down the gloaming, And there's music down the wold:— Though the violets hide their faces Where the lipllng lakelet flows, And the lilies stoop to listen To the love talk of the rose Oh my King!—l»ecause my lover!— AJ1 to me will ne'er be sweet, Till I catch your white sail's flutter Where the skies aud waters meet:— Till j*ou've passed the lilac door ways, Flung aside the silver blue, Oped the crimson gates of evening, And have sailed your good ship through. Th'-n—nt eventlme and songtlme, Whil- a pearl inist Hasps the shore, You will step ac: os* the inoon lght And my hear:, will sigh no more. —Kit 'Courtland, in St. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

We have for sale 'rj S'J'y WwaMmtitoi 'is#***.:* Wi MB lw«a|^tolJI m-J 10,000 Morrison county for $3 to CHEAP CASH Dry Goods, f8 T«5rm» «f Pay meat to Sufi ParobM«n» -twid« 1M BKSTON *ad MILLE LACS CoaatUs I'M- SttW.- Pine Latids for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. AbMracfs of Title to Morrison county lauds furnished: at regular raws. Call on us before pur- Ojftc* on Firtt Strtet, First door north of Wm. gutters Store, AT A. TANNER'S Boots& Shoes Keady-made Clothing DEALER IK A SPECIALTY MADS OF THE r, xvvM,rva^ Also dealers in FOVWTAlM CITY AND BADGER STAtjB SEEDERS* HOLLmSWOBTHrAVOElTE, AW Tiger Horse Hay Bakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Agent for.the American Sewing Machine and Insurauce Co., of New York. DEALERS IN D. M. Osborne's Light Harvesters Binders, Reapers and Mowers, ouniain City- and Owatonna Seede rs COIffLETE STOCK OFTAil IACHDIE8T Also Agents fy* DOMESTIC and SINGBR SEWING All maehi»M j^M by us Wa fefi W M?M bind in aefegot per acfe...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

•basing. Dry Goods, rocsTAhS crn IMMJ 'i»mwWII»lMM REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Kothweil, Taylor & Marriott Linus Fails,Mohrisoin Co., Mtxs". We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Movrisoti county for S3 to $8 per acre. ellHyiuent so —LaK'J* ie BENTON ami Pin*-j Lauds lb)- sal- ami on sold Tit ie to A re&ula at Suit ('ommis&um. orribou rate^. .'ureisstsne m.LLh LACS 0H1! i.'fice or t'iisf Sirt r. f'i. door no th of m. Butlers Stor\ AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots& Shoes Keady-made Clothing iww»'wnnarJBwiRt'.n E. V. COLLINS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery. A SPECIALTY MADE OF TUB CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dualer.-". in for Sale Cossuiies Lands bought Abstrac on \\k AND JSADGKR STAT.E SEEDERS. fiOLLDISWOBTHFAVOfilTE, AND liger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurance Co., of New York. RETZLAFF& OTREMBA DFA EKS N D. M. Osboi'ne's Liyht Harvesters and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

BoyfOtonlllpplInsH. RoyiJton, Mlfin., April 29,1885. Pkruscnt wentbtr. Booek Is painting bis store a mil road briodle. IKMC Lambert IS also building A residence. tt is-rumored we are lo hare two more grocery stores. Mr. Slartin of Rice's took in tUe dance here Tuesday night. Dr. Kinney still pursues hi* vocation with unabated yigor. House cleaning is in order with the majority of our citizens. The ladies made a good apron display »t tbe rink on Tuesday night. Messrs. Bogsrt and Auyer of Little Falls were in townoa Taesday. Our Dick went on a bcRioeas specula­ tion up to liice lake on Tuesday. Mrs. Cornell is -improving slowly under the treatment of Dr Pntnev. The fishing exeitement still continues a 20 pounder was caught the other day. The parlies looking for a hardware site enn find no bettor place for a loca­ tion tilrtui tbii. Geo. Peiott started a harness shop in tbe rear of Maj. Foster's est iblishiuent. A good man in.a good pi act. Considerable fencicg is going on and lends a ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

ATUBAOO I VM rich year ago That evorr day A little child looked up to ma Amid its plajr. I wu so Tory rich becansa The child waa mine I did not think he waa but lant A little time. I dreamed, for him, bright dreams, And he? The castles that he built Were all for me. I cannot toll yon, it I try, How golden bngnfc, The head upon my pillow Every night 1 never could begin to tell— I wiah I ooultl— How sweet this ohild of mine- How aweet, how good Or half how rich I felt myself, Yon do not know How very rich I waa A year ago. —Oca Uringler in Phila. Times. "BRING MYRTLE." A number of letters were awaiting Col. Haldane, Commandant of the New­ ly, on his return from Parade. He was unmarried, rich and rather distinguish­ ed-looking. It will therefore surprise no one that he was accustomed to re­ ceive a great many sweetly-scented, delicately-monogramed, pretty*worked letters from the various membera of the fair sex with whom he was acquainted. Among the little heap whioh lay before him was ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

V*:f A I 'iVv \A'» •ttMi rm^rosJLX* r» littlo street, joat wide rh to h»T8 sunny aids. a the gardens *11 a, row Th® rine« cre«p rotand and roa««'grow. To look aroond mod kid* bit .'Tabid# ft lilt for hope to grow. There Js not room for pride or show, Thers's room for lore and love's increase, There's room to b*r out strife with peace, There's room to give and take and nhare Tbe cares to come, there's room to bear, Bat none for ear none to car® What neighbors ao or what they wear. "If no gay teams prance past our door We'll inward turn our thoughts the more If each serves each, Lore's retinue Will make the service light and trua All space and life will crowded be With one sweet guest, felicity And narrow street will stretch away To hilltops whence the bright dawns stray." 1 BMNDERSTAMG. S« "-It is my opinion that it is nothing un­ der the sun, bat a little misunderstand­ ing'that will be all right in the course of a few weeks we had best not interfere —yet awhile at least," says Misa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 May 1885

«m GRANT. It aeema to me that yesternight 1 hetrd the branches sighing Beneath my window, soft &tfe ?o\?: "The great war chiefU&irtx!" H5b marches o'ur. his battles woa, His bright*word shWrfhed forever, The grand oJd soldier alands betide The dark and silent river bile famo for him a chaplet weaves W'ituln her fairest bowers, OfSbiloh's never fading leaves, AadDob&ldson'a bright fiowera GriM ickaburg given a crimson roso, ^Sxnbalxned in deathless story, -^And .Aiipomftttox adds a star To crown the wreath of glory. He's dying now—the anael dcnth. Insatiate and impartial, With icy lingers stoops to touch The Union's old Held marshal, Who, like a soldier brave, await* The summons so appalling, While o'er the land, Jrom sea to sea, The silenttear is falling. Still is veterans' heart* to«day (lis battle drums are beating His bogies always blew advance— With.him was retreating And tenderly, with moistened eye, Columbia°oend8 above him, Aad everywhere the sorrowing h( art Ttll...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

1 ik I vi* I sjfr MMMf| I 1 1 1 T06.9- a. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Le^al. iTi^FAiiiilir Attorney at'Law, LITTIjE PALIS, ... MINN. C. A. Lravraxeir. L. W. BILLS. U5DBEBGH & BILLS, ATTOENEY82AT LAW. 0«ce io Dr. Simmons' former office. LITTLE FALS, .... MIKN. A. P. SfOEEY. I. T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Qffice at the Court House. LITTLE FALL8, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for tfie American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, and loans money »n game. Awo has a large aanemiit of choice land and town lets for tale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. s. SMITH. Attorney at Law. —Office first door west of the Papular rink. LITTLB FALLS, MINN. OiilclaL LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOKRIBON COUKTY, MIKN. Will fumiah Abstracts of Title. -Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Sals. OFFICE ATICOORT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEWS HOTIE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial Difltrlct. MORtt^ON C0CNT7, MINN, t&*Entries of Homopteada, f...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

f" ijV •*,-••.•..•5. V.-T •?\f :v.i .."":'--' Kr) V-': '•"4\ •7.v: $ S/'' i'yi.. Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The late rains hare done Immense good to the northwest, which in most sections had become very dry from lack of rain during a period of nearly six months. Alter a devastating war and a crash* tng debt, in ten years France was in as good a financial condition as Germany, and the reason for this was no doubt the fact that the land in France is divided np into small farms, and there are no ^rcut monopolies, and the people are thrifty and economical Philadelphia Is the most thrifty city in our country, and In a well known fact that more worl^rig people own their own homes in Philadelphia than in any other city in file Union. Gen. Bob Toombs of Georgia is not a popular character in this section, and yet he is a man of great reading and capacity. In a late address he is re­ ported as saying: "The greatest vice to which the human family...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

A IiBBTTfinr X.YKIO. Bhe trips no mora With light foot o'er The ball-room floor But daily wears A look austere, And aays her prayers, For Lent is her* She put* away Her fine array Till Haster Day. No more flirtation, Bat contemplation, Salf-abaeganon. And fervent piety, To maids becoming, And for variety. A little "•lamming." With this to cheer hor On her way, Aa she draws near Eaetcr Day. This pleasant thought To cheer her heart, Whene'er hor miad dwells on it. On Easter Day She'll come out gay And wear a daisy bonnet. —Boston Courier. SUSIE'S DIPLOMACY. "If I hnd been born poor, instead of .ch, I firmly believe my life would have been much happier," said Richard Manr with a .sigh. Richard was sitting with a friend "on a bench overlooking tbo sea. He would have bean a remarkably handsome fel­ low, were it not for the discontented expression, which always clouded his face. On the other hand, his companion, Arthur Renmore, was a. plain-looking roan, with nothing to redeem his want of...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

rV tr «"WS- &r St'/*•'• r, fry Goods A SPECIALTY MADE OF .V-,' I. -.. "r I, ^f: iV-V «Ta-'." Roth well, Taylor & Marriott Little Falls, Mobeisoit Co., Minn. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in* Morrison county for S3 to $8 per acre. Terms ef Payment l» Suit JParoHa iters. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —lands in BEKTON and MILLE LACS Counti es for Salc.- Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Gall oa us before pur­ chasing. OJlee on First* Strtetj First door north if Wm^ Sutlers Store, AT Ai TANNE B'S OHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoegi &eady- Olothing TE LI. COLLI IS, DEALER IN TEE CHAMPION MA CHINES. Self Binders,R®iper 3, Mowers Also dealers *i» A FULL Lorn' OF SCB&OL ItRNlTUKE. H0LL1NSW0BTH FAVORITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Busies, Etc. Agent for t&e American Se^ ^ing Machine and the Home luirarauce Co., of JTeva* York. RETZLAFF &a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

A fi The *e#*tore is jptM^nf ,, The to tlob, %k Kobe villi soon commence wock on his tootel. ,-. „., k. W.'8tefcbin« Is paintion, hi# resi­ dence. Mr. Bryaat moved into bis aev house this week. ttewhense. Mr. Pavit of Clearwater was in tojwi •on Sunday. .i/' Pleaty of river driver® in to wi at worts* on the booms hej*,y I" ." W. P. Street of Stv Clovid made us a call on Monday. }V 4 Iloll Patera is building a neat bouse ftn Bradford's addition: ^. *. It is interesting to wateii the acatais lt work TbetyglTwi^Is andifrells inline pmrtsof to??#- he* 'Attending tb the• "Life on the Ocean Ware" is the title •f bookto-beVrriueo by Pnthey Miller. Several log scalers from Minneapolis a» scaling the Platte river drive BOW passing here. The recent increase of water below the dam caused the wreckage of-mill proper ty and endangered theJosi of life to a 5ertaln^«xtent. Y/ We are experiencing a booth, sure «nough, bHt the lack of capital seems to b« visible. What we need is morepfu bonanza sett...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

EXPERIENCES fflTH COSVICTS. BY A MASSACHUSETTS KX-WABDEN. from the Youth's Companion. In 1880 a boy was born in an obscure house in what was then a disreputable street in the city of Boston. His moth­ er, who was never strong, and who had probably weakened herself from disai pation, died before he reached his eighth year. His father was a professional thief, and brought his son np to follow in his footsteps. The only education the boy ever received was in that di­ rection. He early developed into a shrewd, cunning and successful thief. At ten years old he would have surprised even tho noted Mr. Fagin by his dexterity. His career though brilliant was brief. 1§11846 father and son, the latter thon only sixteen years of age, were commit­ ted to the State Prison, the first for five, tiie latfcor for two, years, for rob­ bing a store. In consequence of his youth, and of his being a bright, sharp witted fellow, he received a great deal of sympathy, and was finally pardon­ ed. He was disch...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

4 •rmW AiX'i mnanoR BOOK. I%« singer wrag the WOTM a song, And ROOD is evary tender hears Its melody, sweet fnd strong, B*CMJI« ft dear Md lasting pari Bat ao on® knew Mid no qpe o»r© That tram «n premenfc grfe| and His breaking bearfrhad learned the notes That trembled into glorious song. A woman who frdft every cap Had drank life's glad and bitter streams, Sat down and wrote a wondrous tale As sweet and bright as fairy dreams. Bnt no one know'and no one cared, From what tumultuous sea of thought The soul In lonely voyages Its parable of life bad brought Fhe teacher with a burning heart, With tongue as swift and hot as flame, "J6M with a wifte and tender heart The world into its highest a'm. tut no one asked and no one knew Through what florae conflict, day by day, He won the victory which cleared For weaJkor hearts the higher way. For each eoul has an inner room Whero alone it seeks the grace To Htt ujjRle with its sharpest woe, Itu hurdest destiny to face. To lift the duty that i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

wr «ma zmiosi BOOK. •tagor Mug the world a Bong, And aoon io ermy tender heart Its melody, tweet *nd strong, Bec»m* a dear ftQd hurting part Bnt oo one knew wd no we cared, y' That Cram •upraneat g^Ntaod wrong Hie breaking hearthad learned the notes That trembled into glorious song. A woman who fjrdft erery cup Had drank life's glad Mid bitter streams, S&t down and wrote a wondrous tale Aa sweet and bright as fairy dreams. But no'one knew and no one eared, From wliat tumultuous sea of thought The soul in lonely voyages Its parable of life had bionghi Fbe teacher with a burning heart, With tongue aa swift and hot as flams, jed with a wise and tender heart The world into its highest aim. lut no one asked and no one knew Through what fierce conflict, day by day, He won the victory which cleared For weaker hearts the higher way. For each eoul has an inner room Where alone it Beeks the graco To stt ngglc with its sharpest woe, Its hardest destiny to faco. To lift the duty that it fea...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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