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Jewell Record (Newspaper) - September 29, 1886, Jewell, Iowa SEPTEMBER 29, 1886. 52/ OR. of the ill a Ill The Journal at is notion of liy Sl-I il i nan n. was Dr. Henry the famous ami arc of unusual both from the fact of the having become so well known that ami the real interest centered in the peculiar relations of Dr. ami his ami the causes leading to the Oscar 15. one of attorneys of to whom Dr. Schliemann was well in speaking oi the case to a reporter for The Indianapolis grounds for as slated in the as I remember was Mrs. was a Russian and was in St. Petersburg with her children at the time the divorce was She was a devoted adherent of the Gre and wished to rear their family in its Dr. married her while a merchant in St. where ho on a large He was in every sense a and chafed under the bonds of any creed or doctrine prevented the development of or the ami wished to bo held subservient to no laws of church or It. was his desire to give his children the benefit of a broad and siu li as they acquire by study and extensive and to this end lie wished to take his family with him wherever his fancy might lead h'm to His being born and brought in a country where free thought is little and devoted to institution of her country and forms of her and perhaps nothing of a remarkable could not bo induced to leave her native insisted upon the children receiving education under the of the Greek 1 was the real cause of the During the whole of the proceedings Dr. Schliemann never dropped a word of disrespect toward his and to consider the as very settled upon his wife and children a certain amount of for a liberal He hoped that after obtaining the divorce he would be able - to gel possession of the children and give them a liberal personal appearance Dr. was a typical German of low hair which was inclined to stand in ail an enormous a prominent restless blue an expansive and animation enough for ten He was a regular steam engine sort of a and could work twenty-eight hours out of the twenty-four without It seemed that he was always full of pent-up energy that was always struggling to get lie never came up stairs like oilier I could always tell his slop on the for he came up in a blustering sort of witli a force that little belongs to ordinary climber of Were you to meet him on the street ho would attract attention from the energetic way in which he hurried lie was possessed of unusual vitality and activity of ami was continually engaged in study or the investigation of some alt as a scholar were as rare as they were remarkable for their degree of lie was master of tlis Swedish anil and greatly devoted to the study of the especially the time lie was in Dr. Schliemann was deeply interested in the study of Grecian and would express his intention of making explorations which ho has since He was a linn believer in a real Homer ami a real ami his recent explorations seem to confirm his He was remarkable in and enjoyed the companionship of although lie became but little acquainted in lie used to call frequently at the ami talk interestingly upon the subjects he had given special lie invited mo many time Lo his house on but X never accepted his think of the excruciating in which a man would be compelled to sit and listen for hours lo the wild as it was considered of a theorist concerning the authorship of a collection of Greek or a fabled cily that was supposed to have existed three thousand years if it ever did had been covered lip for No matter how hard one tried to keep away from this subject lie would bring it forward sooner or all his learning he was yet and thought kindly of himself as a 1 remember of his once saying that he had about loo much to keep up his and that ho thought that we professional men hero ill Indianapolis certainly much better scholars than as we had much leisure time which might be given to As illustrating this lie onco brought me a hook of descriptive of his travels of Grecian printed it. and in which lie to have discovered the home of Ulysses as seen by and seemed utterly surprised at my inability lo read the was a man of considerable having been engaged in some mercantile business of considerable importance in San Francisco before lie came to this Also in Fort this In Indianapolis he made some investments in slocks of railroad and owned sonic property in the and perhaps yet still retains a part of the investments he made while His residence ill Indianapolis covered about two Soon after obtaining the divorco he returned to NEW ZEALAND Displays or I. a tonI or Country perilous Advent New Herald of June 1!) Since the monthly summary there lias been a sustained activity in many of the points of eruption in lake but upon a comparatively mild On several occasions there have been wonderful displays of but all have been very lame as compared with terrible exhibit ion of force on the le of the lOlli of which se n up tongues of llame to the Many of boiling s. have manifested an of them have boiled at a fierce and many oi the geysers have thrown up water to a great The level of some portions of the land in the lake appears lo be Several of the new volcanoes which have been opened up have sent steam and llames to a very height on sometimes to a height of upward of nine thousand these tits of energy are of short and the residents in the district give little heed to large quantity of volcanic ashes which was thrown out in the and winch has spread over some 2iiO,OUO are now found to lie hurtful to Jn places where the depth has not been great grass ami other vegetation is springing up quite and many the will yet prove a to the and several people have tested the fertility of debris thrown out by sowing various kinds of seed therein and watering With distilled In each case the Seed has grown and the plant has thriven wonderfully in their new So satisfactory indeed have these trials been that the government has granted a sum of money to several portions of the are covered with too great a depth of volcanic ashes for the covered vegetation to break sown down with grasses and clovers as experiments on a large If these are as it is believed they will greater if not the whole of the covered will lie sown Willi grasses in the before the warm weather sets has now been ascertained that volcanic energy has been felt over a considerable extent of At several points in the South island increased activity appears to have occurred just prior to the terrible outbreak at on Juno 10. A boiling spring is reported as having made its appearance underneath one of the glaciers of Mount the giant mountain iu the North has a large take of hot water cm top of and smoke Is reported to have been seen rising from it tin several The eruptive points on and the boiling springs on the southern shores of Lake are ali reported as having displayed an unwonted energy and Ihe escape of the forces uf at so many d - m * m i any ui The taken though pink and white terraces are expected to largely increase attractiveness district for large of whom are expected from Australia as soon as the winter is following information is given by Maj. who lias returned from an expedition to native starting from landing at for tile native accompanied hv avalanches from the which fell into the lake Willi terrible and lake Lo make a series of pulsat They reached to the side of where Maories were Here th ' mud was in a liquid running the lake wit Ii ' great I v. The whole side of the village had bodily into The large grove of haraka trees w hich 1 here was found All the rocky points here appear to have battered or shaken to Floundering the mud and no of went on to whole oi on side had changed by At th of the mountain are mounds of volcanic The Ariki and is leiy tilled making Hie range like altering the contour of the The south end of the mountain is blown clear making an indentation like knocking in the front of a This lias formed a largo which is still The upper lip seems to bo hundreds of feet Immediately behind in the direction of is a very large steam near While terrace in violent anil from which ure springing immense clouds of black steam laden with At Ariki there were thirty natives covered by thirty feet with a top dressing of two feet of soft Maj. Mair says it is evident that the first outburst was at the south end of from which entile volcanic Then came the top dressing of mud from the steam volcanoes round whole looks like a vast bush except gray ash instead of and the natural features of the country aro completely Volcanic us far as is seems to lie rapidly exhausting but at Maj. Mair says the volcanoes show every indication of being and will have in future to lie attraction for tourists instead of world's the who lived overlooking obtained permission on June 2*1 lo go from lo his old home lo recover The party consisted of six including Mrs. They secured most valuable and started lo when the horses mired in the mud along the lake Finally Ihe party returned to Wairoa and one of Arthur set for for A relief party was scut and the Ways tinally arrived after enduring great Mrs. Way was barefooted for nearly thirty hours ill mud and Way is unable yet to wear his feet being cut and his clothes in With the exception of the of who loses her husband and several the case of is the most to be Thoy had a beautiful property of fifteen overlooking Lake the only of freehold ami exempt from thermal springs act. in the A tempting oiler of was made by a speculator for the but was It is now simply a Way and his wife aro now left to begin Ihe battle of life afresh with a young their usual sources of income completely swept Judge and the want lo speak lo you a said a woman to a Dakota juM after court had husband Is on the jury and 1 you to excuse would be the case is nearly finished and if I should do that wo would have to begin all over his work is being neglected and he ought to bo at but I can't let him of his children is long as lie is not dangerous ho will to are out of wood and Hour will havo to arrange your husband can't gel away at one of the horses is big roan that I saw him that's loo I hate lo let your husband go but he ought to be at home at such a time as I you haven't tried mix I the best stuff for a sick Just wail a moment till I get my hat and I'll walk over with you and your husband and help him give the horse Alligator Feasts on a week a presumably a knocked at L. 1'. Thursby's door about o'clock after the family bad Mr. Thursby struck a match and responded lo The man stated that had walked fifteen miles that afternoon to lake the night boat bound mirili and and wanted to slay over Thursby handed him a key and pointed to his slating that thai was Ihe best he could do for until after Mr. Thursby had retired did he think of tho alligator his boys hail iu the barn for entertainment of strangers next aad considerably about Ihe As as he dressed next morning be hurried to barn to see about the lie found the door with the key turned 011 the forced a side window found the alligator in its usual bui ihe man e. a-s The evidence gathered to to Ilio destruction of the lean during the as the animal at nothing whatever during Nothing can be heard of and it is he earn 10 untimely end that LAST the or the Noted II the prisoner was taken from and the funeral cortege was put in First came three drawn by white John was seated on his accompanied by and other Tho wagon drove lo the of the with alacrity and without and ascended Ihe steep lo the Ilis was lie made no whether he desired to make one or not I do not even if he had it not have been Any speech of his of necessity have be n as being directed tiie peace and dignity of tho and as such could not be allowed by those who were then engaged in most solemn ami extreme vindication of manner no evidence of but his countenance was free from and il seemed to me to a little casl of He stood upon the scaffold but a short giving brief adieus lo those about he was properly the while cap drawn over his noose adjusted and attached to the look and was a 0. il was curious to note how the instincts of nature operated to make him careful in putting out his if he was afraid he would off The man who stood unblanched on tho brink of eternity was afraid of falling a few feel lo the was now in The sheriff asked the prisoner if he should give him a private before the fatal in a voice that sounded to me unnaturally composed was its tone and so distinct its articulation did not matter to if only they would not keep him too long lie was kept the troops had formed his escort had to be put ill their proper and while this was going 011 lie stood for some ten or 11 minutes rope round his and his feet 011 the treacherous expecting the but lie stood for tin's comparatively long time upright as a soldier in and I was close to and watched him narrowly to see if I could detect any signs of shrinking or trembling in his but there was I thought I saw his knees but it was only tiie wind blowing bis loose His was subjected lo still further trial by hearing Col. Smith announce to the arc all Mr. The sheriff did not hear or did not and in a louder tone the same announcement was but Ihe still stood until the descending the of with a well-directed blow of a sharp severed tiie rope that held up the which instantly sank sheer beneath JIo fell about three and the man of strong and bloody of fierce of iron of wonderful terrible partisan of tho capturer of the United Stales arsenal at Harper's tho would-be Catiline of the demigod of the the mall execrated and damned and prayed the juan who in his liis his plans and his must ever lie a a and a John was hanging between heaven ami cart was stillness during the lime his struggles feebler at each abortive attempt to His knoes were scarcely his arms were drawn up at a right allele at the with the hands there was no of the 110 violent heaving of the At each feebler effort at respiration his arms sank imd his legs hung more until straight and lie swayed slightly to and fro by the up the and tucked it and I a cried the delighted pulling a V from his horse is in but when I left this morning was suffering It won't over one Do you know anything about that 1 think so. Will have him liy the It can't bo worse I ban the as have told you all about the I can't warrant his being perfectly and ho has but you arc willing to take the are can just bet I remarked the tickled with the thought that lie had got his wish al such a low even if was not and had rigor along with men saw the hew owner as lie approached stable and sought the stall where his yearning It took him some time to see that tho animal was Ilis next after swallowing down a mixture of wickedness and was to consult a dictionary and ascertain the of the complaint from which the stranger said the was His worth of horse-trading and knowledge is now USE OF and New the time the nest private will be very The taste for collections of books in certainly is not to-day Thirty the placo of was young people selling up volumes to set off the parlor 0* were as usual and the beginning thus made was generally followed Hp tho A taste for was ro- ga riled as of social anil 1 visitors were shown the or with as lion as is taken in showing pictures and bric-a-brac ' j as shown in was I a generation and 11a I were would not Uo thought northern from rent which It was 1...... e j 1........ 1. - Sr Ion ir port on ilio in of luw a en ilio ri j 11 i 1.111 which we tiie In- but it u purely phenomenon oil it. is local not and ail the The only can reasonably ho expected is when h u 11 i rain has fallen il may an of the south yf irreal -as farmer outlet to be- od ni os I feat uro of the Heel or was the to a narrow rift at it a craze or a a to the use of by youth of There very few people who do not si il is Got tho A man had a for which another made repeated oilers which were The other day the horse died of and u hiie owner was at the body someone him 1') mils for it and he took it. Then the up the oilier man who had wanted the the resi of the stoVy happened to drop a remark thai he had 1 of the original but was for his Tiie owner saw a lo become tlw audi remarked as said was not ami he didn't want lo stick anybody on | the 111 never mind remarked j the man who wanted to understand from A to and will take my I can't warrant ihe remarked the care if you I want is lite horse What will you luko lor under whatever ho of the Kith or or one is larger than the or some imperfection exists that renders wearing of old limes voting people and school children not to wear they bent double over their desks anil brought on consumption and diseases of the brain by positions and ion to their Parents and physicians arc wiser now and make a si inly of the time tho oculist was lining ft pair of spectacles to tho prominent nose of a woman who sat upright and with an expression as if she were in a lie had an alphabetical card with letters in size from an inch to ordinary was her if she could read the smallest which he was don't know anything about normal she we have a normal school in our can I sew with you use the same lens that you do for don't know nothing about but 1 can sew with I want to piece a for our What I want lo know can I sew with you use your needle about the same distance from your eyes that you would a like L don't my on the end of my I expect lo to thread a needle and sow without all around iust I jest want you to answer me yes or can J sew with them them have a number of patients like said the want to be without any some of them eery class of do you like to They havo no time to They have faith that I understand their needs they do ami they oiler no resistance when I measure the eye and lil men or lose their Their work N not so but il is more do not take kindly to and few of arc willing admit thai they need for old Il is oi Iter about colored there is the the the tiie and the These are all but the clear for and smoked protect irom are the you sell the one-eyed to and society U is hardly to use them in this J New York tops them - lu been formed in the The is a most wonderful It is slip from Ihe mountain appears as if a portion of the measuring two thousand few by live i hundred and three hundred fcl j had been blown leaving a rocky from j was being discharged in rapidly eastern side of this was brightly as by deposit of a mineral probably Sulphur ecu mentioned as a from thU outburst by result of Mich rapid volcanic The devotion of as far could is in th ' general thai would connect ali the more geysers and White then not only to read Rut to keep and to pass from one generation to the taste in has undergone a Art has taken the place of average of bookshelves ina special placo arc pictures and varieties of all over the There may reading done as I in tic book is wholly diff The cheap library the mischief with are bought to be and when read they are thrown away I - 1)0 ' of a light else I hey won't read All the publishers ' | plain that solid bonks do not sell any j exempt in a limited 1 literary taste of the time is very like the theatrical The of matter which was uf 1)lays phases of the erupt on wa- very None of the fragments collected are other than portions of rock of the nor do they present iu slightest degree tho of vulcanic bombs or formed from lava or rock in the state of enn bp no if we can accept tiie evidence of that rock fragments in some reached tiie ground in a partially incandescent Next followed the great ejection of pumice which forms deposits in two Over a district of t square mil 's south of and an almost equal area m the and cast of the the whole of country has i covered with so thickly as to obliterate iti a great the natural tilling and enveloping all ii with a d mantle of thai not a trace of can seen the highest The of the deposit when il fell must have very great from the which it produced al where it apneas to have attained to a maximum thickness of about twelve inches in the open level places free from any thai would cause it io on Ihe for about the bridge in the outlet of its depth was found lo be nine and in fonr and that point of at Tho chango mes more marked y and in no lo think it. will Detroit In loved thai dainty Wit ii direr letters Above notes to Signing ia world nas and was I; How tn think in the whirl one all for To triad my radiant The world is old and io atn 1; And iove my wife It. ms lo tiie I've Too for With gown With minting breath and boots True to her of yore liuth now and ever mine K. 11" in. th complained not long ago of way our foreign inundated him with but even the writing powers ot Downing street would not be a. put eh upon ' of A masterly icy uf inaction is there studied to and il is rare that any ease ia j set tied until reams of paper have been ' covered in thrashing every | A Chinese must be written in a stereotyped and in acknowledging a dispatch you must begin by iu the to which you are j This system of reproducing ail the tiie Tim action of rain j correspondence proves very the mud rapidly it into ' as case in which state it the hill slopes and tills I iie t pilli of a Chinese communication lower ground and water a ml j lies in ihe and a ly deposited it j practiced hand will grasp the meaning j at a The viceroy of a Chinese ' province peruses some hundreds of documents every ami a minute to iu a like which is not excelled by our departments at 7/ it has been will thus be a of dan ger lor some time to The distance to which this was carried was very exceeding at miles from the focus in a direction between the north and and the time it remained in the air have h at twenty-four us we parsed through it u hen crossing the oi as a peculiar yellowish with pungent acid vapor and and on the following m we n the fog still suspended in the air toward the 7ir.-ni< , '>\ home in a a ' in. Was Used to It. she the new j when tiie of had } are tim -s when tnv bus band by overtaxing his brain and it he comes into the kitchen his arm around me to your what has happened in my last iwo and I'll warrant you I can behave so he'll take me for the lady of the Don't you hd ihe befuddled condition worry you as long as 1 free Miss Millie O. Cash Dearest Millie Though ii may Strange to your it will tot appear lo you that I love you tor Yet it would pain me to anyone think that my motive could be double rather than What am m are an heiress 1 am I cannot even claim to be tin much le a million he I love Vou love do you for Then wo are your father and to me. I will cherish you to the With nm your heart and your dollari will be all the you can with but never mind the odd tor or fenny t Royal Residence lor is of selling her residence al 15a-t!oi> 1 It stands on the lower of the just below the and commands a tine view of the town and of the wooded hills are crowned by the fatuous ruins of the Alte sell The which came to the queen from her the late who died in has been enlarged and improved by her It is an unpretending close to tho and ihe grounds by no means The kitchens and si ami and are detached from main The empress of Austria inspected the plac during her to Paden as she contemplated buying a villa and Herman empress has idso looked at as she has no house al ami during her she rents the Villa to the Conversation i Tiie queen a high price for | the more than | property is generally thought to 1 Tot a are you a very strong very did pa mean then when lie told Miter al tiie table to-day that he saw you with a 7 toad on last With tho always Hm motor man was a Winki isn't paper says he wa- formerly a hotel his motor takes of I what won't go unless
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