Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa
16 Dec 1897

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16 Dec 1897

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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1897, Marble Rock, IowaWith the Lark. Might for sorrow and Cairn is for Joy the troubles that fret and annoy darkness for sighing and Daylight for Chaste the Strain Heartfelt and Strong. All Cist through though i moan in the dark j Wake in the morning to sins the Lark. In the Midnight the rain whips the leaves softly and sadly the Wood spirit grieves. But when the first Hue of Dawn tints the 3 shake out my wings like the Birds and be dry and though. Like the rain drops i i through the dark 3 shall Wake in the morning to sing with the Lark. The High Hills of heaven some morn ing to be. Where the rain shall not Grieve thro the leaves of the tree there my heart shall be glad for the pain i have known my hand shall be clasped in the hand of my own and though life has been hard and death s pathway been dark 1 Hall Wake in the morning to sing with the Lark Dunbar. To Outlook. Vac Lell copyright 1896. By j. S. Up Pincott co Cual Teil she liked to sit upon the veranda Over looking the Ocean. On her face was reflected the placidity of the Waters in her heart i knew was the restlessness of the tides. Indeed there was a smack of the Salt sea about the girl of the sea in All its moods and tenses her blood and Floied beneath the freshest Rikhi on hear lips with the Glimmer of Teeth White As foam Between their the Many-twinkling1 smile in her eyes an enchanting Hammer. One could swear that those same eyes Flash fiercely in time of storm and stress and that the red lips like Breakers would curl angrily. I hate a tepid temperament. Or. Softly 2ables of my name dropped from her do you prefer action take Home As a present. Fashion has transformed the Flor ence Straw Industry. The profit now comes from the Quantity not the Xiali to and consequently the hand work at one time sought after and Well paid has gradually decreased in Price until the wages of the workers Are infamous. When the wholesale Price of a hat All made and sewed is a Penny or and there Are those at even a lower is easy to imagine what compensation the Straw workers get for the c5 to 33 Yards of made strands which. U our out Nai. The skill formerly required in the plaiting is however no longer required. Once it was an Art now everyone can do boys and girls who drive the cattle to pasture the women at Home beggars All those who have nothing1 else to do. In the the men who break stones been seen at Straw plaiting in their few Leisure moments and even men who drive Coal carts. This vulgar nation and Over production will in the end be the death of. The Industry. There have been immense exportation especially to America and consequently in Over stocked Market and until some Means Are found of diminishing the production the Industry will go from bad to i h the gravest consequences to those who live by it. There Are exporters who Btry the Straw Plait in bulk paying if not sufficient for the work More than is War ranted by their own profits and who Orry continue in the business out of Charity for Tho poor people of the District. But this in Many cases docs not prevent them from bring accused of profiting by the necessities of the work ers. Hence the mall Gazette. Tote the Railroad worm has done a last of damage to the Apple. Rop. It is often mentioned but. Rarely described. And people1, Are not a Ware what Hiis mischievous creature is or of what Liis work consists. Some Flay t Hoy May tic san Nash Soldier in Cuba. The Spanish Soldier is probably the Best fighting material in the world. He is Brave wiry easy to feed and House and always uncomplaining. But his disposition is excellent so is his officer worthless the Spanish aristocracy corrupt and Good for nothing the Spanish Plebs serviceable obedient and ductile. The simplest Man Euver is to the Spanish officer an unknown Quanti ish of All is the dishonesty in High places. The amount of Tho property of the Spanish misappropriated by the officers of the Span ish ii racy must amount to millions of pesetas per month. We know _ a ill Fiille. 11 pickup an Apple Beautiful smooth Ami in Snail to me Bright on the Oil Side. It is Cut open numerous dark lines appear in it. Elioso Are what my be called under ground channel.1-, of this pest. It l Jolt. That Tiu Tirl worm would be n better name for it prop Ess is a writs of Chambers burrowed to rough the Best part of going around Anil the euro and often approaching , Only occasion Oliy the skin. It is almost find any amount of in some of tin specimens sex a mind the whole Between Ore i Nul Kin by worm. X. Y. Lederer. J Madrid a week ago we know it even dead soldiers Are kept upon the listed strength for month after month Natl their pay continues to be regularly drown by their captains. Moneys Hist were destined for the Are coolly perverted into rep alar of Oierce of official income. A Penn less Captain bring like word in. One of the costliest hotels of Havana readily owned to me. That lie had been. A e Send Home to his keeping in ii Alf a. Vent. Westminster re View. Too generous. Exc aimed the i , who was held in by a foot people looking in windows Aro not always at the goo a. They Are looking to see ton la Democrat Neter do anything for Elwir a of children in i or my wife2y boy Lake Xot on snid the Footpad he tin bed. Etc ibid Hift bits. Another Klondike horror. Don t Yon go to Alaska and try your Luck might Djen of hinge there Don a v. The zoological Garden in Paris hns re Cecily acquire a specimen of rare i Wildcat ii Crul of being larger thru its relatives As cur in Isminie Isof about the of a common oat. It Dierof and a and j Verv its la stress fur being marked and banded with symmetrical j figures in Black and while As Fine according to a Paris . 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