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Jewell Record (Newspaper) - October 20, 1886, Jewell, Iowa OCTOBER 20, 188(5. 3 MAX GOES Joseph R. justice of tins school and loader in pood and of I ho ot the was Homo time ngo Riven by Frederick New York for about wort li of neRot ia bio now Unit proved falno to his trust and of the which he in appears thai Hunting has to tradesmen 1o the of t h on Hand a f of these creditors attached his is Middle are Hooded with spurious K I Arrests for counterfeit nave made in the treasury department is newH of the the Marion Grimes by the English cruiser Terror near has been received at department where the opinion was that no serious trouble is likely to Clould is to bo for an agreement with Die 1'nion company to uso their Kansas division for line to loading newspaper of that the prevent the Unitarian elections until the present excitement subside annual meeting of the Christian Temperance union met in Sioux City oil the 1 In a conspicuous placo over the pulpit wan a portrait of the martyred George 0. Haddock appropriately limped in The address of the Mrs. J. Ellen was able and A pre-eminence was givon to the subject of scion I i lie tempera nee hist ruction in the public She rong argument for equal for reformatory and for women controlled and managed by president has appointed William L. of Ohio to be oi the Supremo Court of Pittsburg save thai intense prevails among the 1'olish of t he South Side over he a 11 to assassinate the He v. Father who presides over the little Polish church at tho head of About II o'clock Sunday morning the priest stood in tho alt Mass had been a ad just as tho father had turned to address the congregation a crashed through t he and flattened itself against the For a- minute confusion reigned in the were opened at the treasury department on the for the marble work on the at The lowest bid was by Davidson for Unusual attaches to tbo lotting of this in view of t lie representations made by the marble workers of that unfair ad van t ha ve been shown lo prison contractors in order to insure them shows that the only t ion for that the work wms to done by convict labor lies in the fact Mr. JO. 11. who has a contract with tho authorities of Joliet in this instance the whose bid for tho marble work is to the lowest dispatch from Vienna says that M. Stojanow rend a dispatch at a meeting in on the lUth from declining ihe money voted him by the but declaring that he was to accept the throne of again if re-elected her time lias now to fulfill n which was committed to my many years and which I have over hold as Tho few still living who knew tho man whose I am carrying on will al once recognize and their in tho nobility inherent in human for a al must have been will he To the general public tlie story ought to prove scarcely as il reveals an instance of boundless love and was tho most brilliant of my contemporaries at Oxford and not only was tho most distinguished scholar but il may be doubled if before thero had been any member of I ho university whose success was Though of course a ho had achieved his great distinction without any except ami as he possessed all the qualities which command success in tho more ambitious paths of his friends had the highest expectations regarding his a man endowed with ambition is a second instead remaining as a resident fellow of this and in j he was called to the h with tho determination to lis profession was united the tho plainest and makes a that is already lovely appear almost was much impressed with tho happiness of this and for several days afterward my constantly recurred to How full of hope and happiness did their appear to ho so strong and sho so beautiful and It was scarcely lo imagine a brighter future than that which seemed in store for for the uncertainty of human For only a few weeks later i to tidings that taught mo. more forcibly than all tho sermons J ever listened tho futility of man's and the instability of his was seated morning at breakfast when a friend of a barrister like entered my Though slightly known ho had never on me and as ho was pale and visibly agitated I saw that something was Ho sat down without and I. noticed his hand was Presently he spoke the word but was unable or unwilling to proceed with what he was to L waited a short timer and then anything the matter with fami the center of of yotin had taken big y. and were a mark in t he so voi hev had CORN Pa. 1Hl> Water 111! West 23d New tu our Nkw Uni o tho ami jiri to ili i ' faa UJ ami iti mnro Unow to r nwn i mi a machino tUUr imr Shao fimi jt t Jimro and il no me it. ami Mattilo tiLea Un ir i SWIFT SURE WEW Rotary mum Ho No ' No both literary and In London he and himself 1 careers aim of was io than that of of age iu which they and than one good ir since attained this was their out trust ho was not responsible for joule of 1 he opinions which 1 was grieved lo learn prevailed among 1, had come lo though I knew most of its I was noil her nor did I care to become one of wore several reasons which kept us Though I had done as well as must of al Ihe L seemed recently to have dropped behind and could scarcely now bo considered as their intellectual Our religions and political views were and they were all iager for social and in ate rial and i w a- hard in a poor of his Oxford I much interested in Fe ear and by-and-by heard with surprise that ho was rapidly making his wav at the chancery and already looking for a seat iu I occasionally saw as wo belonged lo a university and on all occasions when we met he showed loward mo ail had been of the same one of his most intimate I had at one time enjoyed i can surprise with I heard from a common friend r was to be I had not ho wa- a man who was lo a wife on the threshold of his i but liiat he Would more probably wait till his position was 1 was it was a love caused me to as I know he was one who was very unlikely lo permit sentiment Lo interfere with his Ami j he would be hampered by his was as 1 was informed the lady had no and 1 knew that Ferrier had not much of his i and not bo making n ] large professional Soon ward 1 learned the tidings from his own i and our intimacy had never .id to ine so close as when ho made me t on - He | me to come to and we a long t a I k togel lie had been in the he during I the long and had fallen in Then he related lo mo some in his which I am sure would never have revealed lo his move intellectual and cynical afterward I read his marriage in the papers and wondered what manner of woman she could be with whom the had linked his When ho town after the | he to his 1 are the brsi oi my Oxford j who has dined with be j as ho received me. On seeing wife 1 was no surprised at his There was i She was but 11 | grace there was | thai was more She was her form and u I and in her there w a bleu 1 any ot her the I a- it afterward 1 to be the How silici v. ' ' to ' Ferner that lave you not is or mitted an exclamation of but was loo astounded to say is he he has ibis blow not on himself but on all who with will the world say of our leaching when our leader has taken this m to solve We shall I with well-merited You orthodox fellows will have good reason to is not such a cause as I will enable us to had the visitor left me when a note was brought to mo. Though L recognized handwriting as I read these come to me at L am hurried from the house without entering a told to take me as quickly as he could to the address which I gave On entering Ferrier's house 1 was met by a doet is very anxious to see he will be unable to speak to lie has not another hour to poor I is bearing up beneath this terrible was with him when he committed the rash act. She has never been conscious and it is feared sho will lose her was then conducted to Ferrier's Death was implanted on his and there was a bandage beneath that mouth from which 1 had so often heard the winged words of persuasive On seeing me ho smiled and stretched out his hand toward but tried in vain to Then making a sign for the writing which had boon placed in a pencil and paper were given lie was propped up anil began to which ho did with apparent After writing for some lime he sank back Then he made a sign 1 should lake tho which 1 and immediately afterward he seeing tiie words he had written I knew he had wished me to retain the so 1 folded it up and on my return home road as is meant for your eyes during my wife's what I tell you never During the vacation I went for a to a quiet of and there I formed an acquaintance of a gentleman of good but who leading a secluded He an dan and bet ween us a mutual attachment quickly sprang but on | mv for Iter hand her father refused to permit her to me. When I him to state the reasons of ho al length told me that her mother had inherited a taint of which iu her early years had nearly led to a fatal act. All of the had away iu her In view of his daughter ing lie he had an neni Paris specialist who for some time had had her mother under his ' His daughter had never at any | time the signs of tal owing to her | sound the physician was | the opinion thai would enjoy most perfect immunity from tho malady her and would transmit no taint to her a charm j till was the e than age when her mother had he t but both I would not sho was beyond ihe reach of On learning that I corresponded with the physician ami was told by him what I Nothing I had learnt to oiler any bar to our yielding lo my her father al last gave his He in a weak stale of and the knowledge that his daughter might be left without a protector made him more disposed to grant my When on our honeymoon we passed through and I then called on the physician ami told him I had young lady regarding whom I had been in correspondence with ought not to have married so he anil then ho me at some adding that hev mother's malady had boon of a dangerous I entirely neglected his llow could I apprehend danger from her who loved when each night my darling laid her head on my breast and twined her loving anus around my night in my sleep I fell my wife's hand upon my At it seemed but gradually il became so cold that at last it awoke me. and as I became conscious I. felt thn sharp edge of steel pressed into my J started covered with ami saw for an instant her vacant ami then her piercing screams brought the servants to the I heard them say that I had inflicted the wound upon ami that the sight had deprived my wife of her That is what 1 wish every one to She will soon recover from her and will never again I wish her lo lead a happy which would be impossible if it. were ever known to herself or others she caused my L ani the writing Ferrier's prediction regarding his proved for was r - * to which never again i her recovery the impressions of the last year had grown and two years later she married a man of high ller life was exceptionally favored became the mother oi a family of talented sons and fair and no suspicion of the frenzied of her youth ever rose to mar her I understood the which had remained when the pen had fallen from Ferrier's rigid For the sake of the woman he loved his proud heart was thai he should become an object of pity lo his friends and of scorn to his and that he lie till now iu a dishonored AND of the 11 mt o a thou pi a man his rt h there are many a Hour of ho had been thero one week the keeper said that he was of Ihe quietest young men had ever had in her had no complaints to make a woman with a thumb ted 1 don't pink pari of the should be ong enough to graces in j man's analytical very ' nails declare iliver into hidden he often discovers but is clean I so slick and had woman in rather landlady would porterhouse and to replace the room with a ivw one the chand that ho was At the end of him t h iu po i and a wife who wil hin i s l he one I ho much on the on f judge 1 and hi should girl ami and line of suck to e I coupled wit ami int lernte mu f man the fir od will how much he will he bo t hat t her nor pointai he once has uo m -re To Judge Canned hint now about tinned meat when about to the condition of the if bulged don't have even as a Wo will explain the process of to give to our meat is packed in tins while then and cooked in an vessel of boiling with sometimes the addition of a chemical lo raise the When the can is and as soon as the air and steam have been expelled il is Fx perls when is ready for a moment too soon and tho mischief is if air is the tin and tho moat will not be On the if tho tin has is an infallible sign of it proves a which is as the meat shrinks when uo air is left iu the may say what matter if air be left in tho Simply an element of imparts to bodies with which it comes iu contact a tendency to change and on opening a tin of preserved are heard lo say air is instead of which t he slight hissing is the of the air rushing another proof thai there was we go so far as tii say assuming the outward sign of goodness referred a la bid bearing the name of a good exporter or ami also a reliable vendor of the whether or the chances are a million to one against any being much less by tinned always look out for any little of solder sometimes find their way inside the and take specially in the case of salmon and to empty the as soon as inio an This is for every tiling except will lot - for her t ilo veil his charm will is al ways hing v. line ( and fully for signs of chiromancy according to the typ that it is c and fasi 1 give at which i - a beauty and a joy in at When the line of which bol bra Heims nr the mount ' d the of l he it declares In such a you may full for to him or her deceit is in This fork tells e own when Ihe inspirit turned The other received a of the came down and that lie had heard and ami curses from the Throe or four iei p-t and after a. bit they caught his ( it Condemn it to lui killing me by it d that the quiet nan had sorrow on his 11 i i and il was that he was u piai ing he calici bui how I Whv was I such fool as to follow ing drive a The 's tho and or was to of the item in the the reporters cob ' on t iie is the came a- put her ear to ihe heard soft and a In 1. done a she eo i 1 suicidi do I'll have von in my nt to jail for v. in lo o ago that a .Ml to death and 1 haven't got will may ver hold the I for it has other peril of bean of an i i the faint ri you taken lier by a tin and invariable lb of in- old which to and the straining at the of oi l affection in fatal O lei i in- h a ta I oi a 1 found es cutting the 1 i lies of 1 j e and and indicating continued worry and hindrance arising from a woman's I Your life is e s qil a dopi li War Between congregation of the Wot Congregational church plac d a peal of bolls in the tower oi Tho high churchmen a the neighborhood to Mr. the minister oi the through their that the bells 1"' silenced at once pain of They to their that there is no law prohibit ing nonconformists from and marred by ever you take up she mailer in what ea r y your pal h To my to his w he k now is y. lie would rest on tho head i inda ar - nation and the ed. I know a saved from a. warning her surrounding an wear lu co warning s think over mat and terminal ion No m seek and your the bringing the i a I to do I do I hose the i- un pal ry marriage of silence while ir to ihe on heard the hoarder gallop up ami down and between but was mortal man called upon as 1 as she turned O the door has goi lo mi grat man has taken and die on a bed which cost tne over nothing oi a carpel which 1 a kick is I'll let him announced and he opened a crevice just largo enough lo squeeze came a whispered followed by ' of and and c. lo the door with an object in his hand and calmly and it was simply a ease of a porous plaster which he had worn for -ix w 1 forgive I h. t- his kind of lis to before id i- it argues little b of lio of rea would I but little e m ploy I cut that 11, t of On ibis Mr. W his friends were threatened v. a for being a there was no caso to i; but the idea thai bells aro a wh bells are lady is bri upon o Case lovers arc Massachusetts on bye to her directing his at ten Fio u lo t he b o per iu the starry see the second he of the don't you that faint close to the second my that's me. ' le -t rain i the line and i e I s id A ma a riv al. wi who of of lo do it. while the lengthy line Till - long line is - a dangerous for Willi a d long hue of principle ' ng 1 e but when you the hand of a friend line note i 1 ON In I if tovet til and Duo the who were sentenced somo months ago for inciting strikers to of were transferred from jail to tho prison at the transfer was made very writes n Paris correspondent of Orleans and of being lockeit up in cellular railway carriage in which prisoners usually they wore allowed to remain with the jailers in charge of them iu tho separating the two rows of colls into which the carriage is This was a considerable for these wagon are by no means things to ride in. even for the possible space of They arching oblong bovears without any painted an ugly yellow or and bear in large letters thn tie 1' I nt ey are not wry in i the reserved for the bui inside their ar and the way prisoners are in render them regular on whi e j regular places of as bad in their way as over was tile Hole of The a as the in the argot oi the is divided by a two feel running from one end to only light and a r which can penetrate into the interior conies from the at each end of this passage which are provided with with Venetian I On side of the are ten or of heavy oak and each just large enough to contain a man when lie on ihe narrow bench running along the When the door s closed the of the cell can neither up nor stretch his arms nor All the boxes are of uniform one which is calculated to allow the room for motion to of the average length of limb and bulk of talk man has tho forced to travel in this way he is so wedged thai u N necessary to help him oui when the door opened at the of Only eighteen oi tlie C' are for confining of the other one is utilized as a sort of baggage room and the other is arranged as a The iv not alt ached to express but to siow U- being to gather up convicts along the route p. the v and are for ed from otic road to another until | make the circuit of the entire In this way a poor devil who was in at for is sure to have to spend seventeen or eighteen hours in it before he reaches while those are from a frontier jail to a prison at the other end of Franco may and sometimes actually are a whole week on For live or six nights he has to as best he can in a sort oJ without anything except his clothing between his body and the hard and this the ' their and place on the and ankles of the and fasten their feet to an iron bar arranged tho purpose in each During tlie journey arc supplied every morning with a and a half of bread and a slice two of sausage ox Two or t hreo l i mes during day the r replenishes the bucket ol from he through a little lode cut in each door tC to the of the cells they ask for it. 1'esides this hide there is a row s arranged in the I of door through which a little air can reach the In r each cdl is a regular but they if oven worse than in for the to are to dose tho in the door at each of the and ihe air foul and heavy with the breath human freight it At tho keepers in on laid on the door of the ami when tic journey a ntu cook their there on a I h. hing iv of Country Burning of 1T_ ill Il 11 1 1 1 1: 1 - 11 1 11 1: 11 Had palmistry no tal h betler I ban m ber into of boari harassed by many bilie
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