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Oak Park Reporter (Newspaper) - November 16, 1888, Oak Park, Illinois Park C and the French 102 y e tire old public debt daring Justice Fuller bo by the Chicago bar association Sept. 24.__ over ono have died from within two autopsy on the lato Mr. the New York showed he died of hundred thousand people attended tho picnic at Williams last the Cork branch of tho Irish National league because II is controlled by are being made for the celebration of tho centennial of Alleghany at September 24. is said that who won nearly 81.000,000 on the last has lost it all and is broken down Manhattan Athletic club of Now York will erect a to cost 8400,0JO at the corner of Forty-fifth street and Madison of BUhop Harris of the Episcopal who while visit ing in have been brought baok to Detroit for linai sisters who lost their reason excessive reading of anarch st literature have just been in the sano asylum at of Now lived in tier own house in goo i health for twelve years without going out or seeing any but her from Khartoum state thai ilio mulini had sent the white men in the and all li avo been i o E. of sec rotary of the Illinois grand lodge of lias from tho h s and growing out of tho sale of livo Sid ten years ago are still the courts at and the have been b au kr what are wo O From your carvon to list to your your EST No answer Is thoro To tbo question wo nak autumn tho words to our faces talked of tho told of tho treasures tho harvest would truth banging low on oi trees dio odorous breath of tho vino on tho tho law that wo In tho brown with dust and winter with plenty and vro losted to lighten our toll hoped tho di to hearts so sweet 1 empty our bare and blooding our labor was harvests aro tho myriad piled tho wild fields gold from the ml up tho groat barns from tho floor to the grapes that grow ripe amidst whispering laughing a starving ono for tho dregs of tho what aro wo For prisons and our babes sleep with tho snow and tho tho wind and tho out tho from tho heart and tho the wo at last In tho potter's tuo stono with Its a retired manufacturer of Now aged 62 cut his wife's throat and Thoy had about one of their who earned an unpleasant reputation in connection with the Custer has been arrested at on complaint of his for G. G. instructor in chemistry at Amherst who has been sued by Miss Whiting of for 810,000 for breach of a wedding party was waiting for a squire to perform tho ceremony at tho groom excused himself and The bride proposed to the groomsman on the spot and thoy wore married within an of tho Canadian ministry made speeches at rela live to the proposed retaliation expressing tho belief that tho United States would never and if it was enforced that Canada could stand such bettor that house passed tho prohibiting Chinese without objection or Tho went immediately to tho senate and was discussed but not voted The state department is still ignorant of the refusal of the Chinese government to sign the a member of the First Christian of was expelled from the for alleged undue intimacy with Rev. D. R. Van Mr. Martz stands by his wife and has withdrawn from the church and published a card denouncing the originators of the a Saratoga this season Richard the hatrack man of the Grand is attracting great attention by reason of his marvelous Thoro are about 1,200 guests in the of whom 500 are When the races are over Warrick receives the hats and canes from moat of these with great rapidity placing them on the as their owners go into Of course they do not come out in the rushing manner they go but M they do come out each man is given his every If lie had a cane or a he gels without a Many attempts have been made to puzzle but in OF HIS romantic - looking cottage which nestled at tho foot of Beech Hill had been taken for tho season by a young couple in whom tho took an even in that gossip - loving There was a mystery about for the gentleman had an air of which was wanting in tho although her dark gypsy faeo had piquant and rare loveliness both of feature and day as tho train into station Elsie would bo awaiting Hoi husband's her brilliant eyes oblivious to all sights but that of the handsome eager faco of she Even tho indolent who spent their time in a rousing to a of interest only ut each now of grew animated the sight of that bright lissom young figure dressed in tho rich fabrics which made her look like some gay tropical bird that had iii sombre tho morning it was her great to take solitary and to return laden with woodland of rare ferns and Then slie would transform her rooms into amid which she roamed liko a now Flora Gerald's wives had learned to steal for a moment from work at their golden or creamy watch for It seemed to brighten tho remainder of the day to catch a smile from such a pair of rosy and many a murmured bless the sweet young followed her as she it went on until the summer waned and and October The sun had passed the and was sailing in a sea of cloudless Rarely hau the gonial rays shone a lovelier picture than that made by seated upon a rock by tho Above waved the branches of a stately At ono cud purled a limpid brook over its gravelly As Elsie watched and listened to its musical rippling gradually an expression of intense camo into tho beautiful which was usually too a subtle inner current of unrest to convoy an impression that tho girl as thoroughly happy as one would expect to liev reverie was not to be unin a man approached from out tho shadow of the and stealthily he Ho had seen tho motionless and it suited with tho habits of his thus to draw near and although as vet ho had not recognized as he came close enough to gain a view of ho gave a surprised and an evil smile curved tho ful red half hidden by his long droop ing did not but waited the sense of which a feel when his unconscious prey is within reach of his fatal though as yet Elsie turned her head and myt his a low cry she rose to her Iler warm coloring changed to a dull Even iter lips grew white m she What has brought you ho You did not long for the sight of me. But one never knows what may It is a good chance for You know my heart is a very tender how does tho young springald who stole you treat his Is ho of it every word Elsie's great dark eves glow wider and gloom ler with that she could sink away through the green turf as to bo relieved of this ill-omened spectre from tho past she had never again to be confronted man bent and whispered a few words in her But ho nad grow as pale as the white flowers she had fastened in her But her voice did not your she said is possible for you to destroy my but cannot make me a traitor to I she took up tho leghorn hat which lay at her and with a bitter impulse tore from it tho wild flowers with which but a hour sho had decorated thinking of the happiness with which tho good God had tilled her and now the blossoms were fitting emblems of the desolation that had come to The next day horrified groups were around tho cottage which had ut lately been the scene of what had seemed to be ono of those rare unions Where husband and wife are as souls with but a single it was tho center of a most shocking The noble young master of tho house lay within senseless and down by tho hand of an and tho darkest and most incomprehensible part of tho affair was that the and fondly worshipped wife accused herself of tho am his Kill was her wild rung in every change of which tho human voice is now now but tho was over the peaceable villagers looked at ono another in consternation aud It was difficult to believe that her words were aught but tho promptings of a mind unsettled by her sudden But if thoy were then Justice required that punishment be dealt out to though she be young and fair as an So tho poor half-dazed creature in custody of the sheriff until such time as it could be proved whether she were innocent or He was thoroughly and he at once took her to his own liia wife to minister tp and to endeavor to calm her agitation by the gentle sympathy a good woman can render to one of her own sex in hor hour of need so that means he hoped also to learn tho But it seemed as though Elsie's lips could frame only one form of though her mind held but one Still rang out the despairing have killed at last belief gained ground in a sudden attack of sho had put out the life which in hor sane moments was so unutterably dear to passed Gerald was not as was at but ho had a stupor which so closely resembled death that it had been considered advisable not add to Elsie's agitated state by communicating the truth to her until a for the better or worse should have taken she had settled into a stony Her bright color had faded away into a ghostly and her large eyes looked even larger and brighter for the Uai k Which had traced beneath as the door opened to admit the village doctor and the question in their sad first upon ono and then upon the said the looking at hor have good news for Your husband will He has insensible since his accident until but he has come to and calls constantly for a thrilling as Elsie comprehended the meaning of tho words which conveyed the blissful truth to she threw herself upon her I thank upon iti and public opinion at once pointed to him as the person who haa so nearly added murder to The cause of his was a singular His foot had in a spring trap set for and he had fallen forward liis face in of water scarcely a foot in that had as fatal to him av would have been tho deepest for he had been unable to extricate and had thus unexpectedly paid the penalty for his and had gono to meet his everlasting asked when the robbor had been and had been placed in bosom our common whose merciful arms open alike to Receive the just and the unjust why did you say it was you who had committed awful threw her arras around her husband's was Eben Longley was your would-be and it was for revenge upon me that he added assault to Had you not married me he would not have touched are you never sorry your poor Elsie won your you had not left me to grow up among the wicked ones where you found and Gerald pressed his lips fondly to her rosy mouth as he levels all and now that the unscrupulous man is dead concealing his real won your unsuspecting and her to break her that he has followed his victim to a higher you surely need shrink no longer from going with your husband out in the that the crimes of another though a any power to render your character less pure and lovely in auy right-thinking person's Do not urge me to remain any longer in this secluded but como with .my where I can openly acknowledge the pride aud luve I feel for my eyes filled with tears as But she Give me time to educate myself up to your own I will study faithfully and earn and when you can introduce a cultivated to your I will go with you le w when arid Mrs. Gerald Marchmont returned from tho stately beauty of tho wife was raved about in not alone but in that exclusive society whoso charmed precincts open to admit only those whose intellect gives them the of Elsie reigned a desired probation had been Gerald was indeed proud of DRANK given me Bring she has he could reach she lay white as a crushed lily upon the but a peaceful smile lingered around her tremulous lips told of a mind at was His wife had left the room for a The doctor who had attended him through his illness was seated beside he you remember anything about the appearance of your answered tho young with a painful red rising and coloring his it is a subject of which I prefer not to Why do you he as a glance at his face showed an ex pression upon it which struck him as The doctor is A mere feeling of Gerald looked at him he is something on your As you value tho friendship of a poor fellow who but for you would be sleeping his last tell me the And lie put out Ins wasted and took cue of the doctor's in it. he it concerns my neatest and words struck upon his ears like an electric it be after ho thought to with a sudden resolve to probe to the bottom of he responded to Gerald Dom Pedro's Emperor of Brazil has at last gono The aged gentleman likes to cross the Atlantic just liko any other and has an especial reference for English Ho duca not allow any difference to be made between him and other dining at the Captain's and giving express orders like any one extra delicacies to bo reserved even for his Majesty or the nor any other invidious distinctions to be made between them and their in the Tho cabin is given up to the and two cabins are knocked into one for the and this is The Captain's deck cabin is indeed put at their disposal during the day as a but Peter declines to turn tho Captain out of and spends his time on deck trotting up and down and asking endless questions of every officer he can waylay to satisfy his unquenchable thirst for When all other amusements fail Peter sits down in a quiet corner and puzzles over charades and which are a favorite source of diversion with the simple hearted old As for his when she gets over the first few days of mal de she employs herself with books and faucy work as placidly as her gives no trouble to any and has a kind word and smile for Tho ancient couple are universal favorites with all on and though they live so simply they do not forget to tip all who have in anywise served or helped them on the munificent scale appropriate to crowned of n Dnn Terrible few miles from city 1 vos man who was once a clerk as thoro was in the o ty of the Manchester Hla name was Randolph R. aud lie to At present residing with his widowed Sanford is some over forty of and is a complete His hair is as white as his loft side has been paralyzed from the crown of his head to h s While mixing chemicals at the last place in Boston where ho an combination and an explosion was the Th a expl proved most disastrous toS He got the bulk of the living liquid in bis and his nose was fairly eaten He was ill for a long and during his sickness his whole loft side was as stated Within the last three vears he has partia lly recovered the use of his afflicted and in the summertime manages to get around and do a little garden the Sanford place noted for the quality of thu vegetables raised and the beauty of the floral Sanford is a most interest ug and is full of stories regarding the life of a drug His experience with hashish is worth Hashish is the foundation of the same powerful extract that figures in Monte Tho by which it goes among sts is cannabis or extract of Indian Tho liquid preparation resembles ink in appearance dark green Its fragrance is of a narcotic and it is slightly bitterish and In and other parts of the hemp has habitually been employed us an agent Tho parts used are tho tops of the plant and a resinous product obtained from it. The plant is cut after and formed into bundles two to four feet long by three inches in which are sold in the bazars by the name of The resin obtained is formed into balls by the and is smoked like with is said to be frequently An infusion or decoction of the drink is sometimes used as an exhilarating eight or ten years says was at work for a prominent druggist in For some little tune I had been suffering with and tho ailment me so that life became 1 at last mixed up a decoction that gave me groat I was take it before and placed the bottle on a shelf behind the prescription counter among other bottles which are usually found iu that Ono noon I went to take my I took down what I thought to he the right discarding tho use of a I placed the bottle to my mouth and took a large taste told ma that I had made a I looked at the buttle mv I had taken a large dose of Indian for a his influence over She slight form up tb its full and pointed towards the she will uot do as you though you should strike me dead at your will do worse than was the in a low savage will broadcast through this village who you are and the relations between time ago young a who was a real estate reporter on a Louis saw a chance to better his fortunes and help his mother and who were living in poverty on the old youngster received private information that Tom Scott and a big syndicate were about to purchase city property on an immense He told a business friend about and the result was that the reporter borrowed aud put it with advanced by his friend and purchased an option on a big piece of property worth half a next day Tom Scott offered for the real The saw in this a clear for is and for several hours was on his But to his astonishment his you request I tell you I partner refused to that a price would bo results would I staggered back to the rear part of the How queer I felt How light I was up I until my head bobbed against the I was like a cork floating on disturbed I glided and could look down and see the huge each one with hideous face laughing at me. The on the marble floor seemed to want to keep me and their on the marble floor sounded like thunder in my Suddenly I plunged into inky From the black nothingness flashed out bright balls of light I reached the sofa and sank down upon it My tongue seemed to and I tried in vain to but no sound I seemed to know that there was a long hour before my would be back from his and then he might not come into the rear room and discover my Tho events of days and weeks came before my mind in all the and I saw in their which seemed to beckon to me and then vanish with a hideous Again was I tossed to the ceiling and then thrown bv some invisible force from one side of the room to 1 felt no but bounced about 1 ke a huge Then I fell back into dreamy contemplation and years seemed to pass Fantastic pictures were my limbs felt weighted with just the opposite to my experience of to liio I old what's the The reverberated like My had Again he tried to me to and I never hated a man so cordially as 1 hated him at that He got a and I my they had no easy time to bring me to Every word they uttered surged into my brain and seemed to jar rne to I suffered from that experience long it appears even at this when I think it that I have that feeling coming so was tho impression made on me at that the thickly usually but half down the leaving the knees and legs and whito jacket A long blun robns ami wear a colored head These are All the men look are very but the limbs are well They are talk in low tones and Those you see with very heavy full beards are they their and the cry of the muezzin sounds thrice da ly over the vast cane Some Buddhists or followers of the of Very comely some of the women in their brief robes and tantalizing a costume leaving arms and ankles The arm always tapered and the silver circled ankle always elegantly knit to tho foot Many of these slim whether standing or or in present perpetually studies of their attitude when always suggest lightness and like the poise perfect coolie mother carrying at her hip a pretty naked baby It exquisite of its tiny ankles are circled by thin bright silver it looks little bronz i a statue of the Indian Tho mother's arms are covered from elbow to rist with silver bracelets some flat and others with ends hammered into the form of viper Sho has large flowers of gold in her a small gold flower in her very little This nose does not seem ou those dark skins the on tiie although All this jewelry is pure it is thus the coolies carry their they do not learn to trust the bauks until they become is a to a very odd little is ahe n or a Malav I do not She represents a type I have She wears one soft white garment leaving ankles and part of back and bosom a sleeveless but less long. Her whole figure is admirably knit aud her walk is inde But hor face is it is a i Oriental a Chinese oblique eyes aud blue-black brows very high and broad cheek Singular ai it is. this faco has beaute du it is very and very fresh and the uncommonly lashes give hor gaze a very velvety the most remarkable peculiarity sho has Is hor clear and almost exactly tua of a lino ripe Heani in Harper's Light of every star that gems tho sky la darkness hides Its silvery And midnight shadows thickly sablo curtains on tho light remains to pierce the One Is tho Unlit of light where It sheds Where fall its soft and tender Hoes There truest Is There is no light beneath the So precious as the light of Its sacred circle purest true and Here friend deserves the name of love nor fears a And when the heart meets pain and ill That friendly beacon cheers It one afar Its radiance proof of joy and hope and And draws him with Its welcome bourns To all he holds most prized and His heart is his eve grows bright As he beholds Its faithful as with weary dark and tangled mazes Let us take pure and Is a that shines That leads m while we To find in heaven the light of Mrs. Marchmont accused was incarcerated until the effect of your wounds became was with an effort lie for Gerald had started from his reclining his weakness The veins his forehead Ho panted for breath in his anger aud did they he exclaimed She would die for me any at this Elsie the room with an effort Gerald calmed so that she might not notice his then a murmur of voices was heard The body of a man had been discovered in a piece of at a little distance from the Upon his person had been found a set of burglar's and a watch with Gerald price would bo On the day following Scott withdrew his The dazzling speculation dissolved like the baseless fabric of and the newspaper man found himself worse off thau member of the Canadian net is named This is almost a casus we could all see ourselves as oth ers see us most of us would hardly see ourselves at of These apples seem to be Proprietor what do you expect when you the wrong cud of the barrel the drug vou anything that will remove superfluous Druggist but with my Washington of Sensuous women and walking or sitting in the upder the shadowing of the Men with hands clasped over their black steadily observe you from upder their whito with a slight AU these Indian faces have tho same set stern same knitting of the brows and the keen strong gaze is not altogether It borders it is the look of physical and In the mighty swarm Ing of India these have the and force of life's law as we occidentals learn it. the with its fixed frown the glitters like a all wear the same to the Past is a country in which the past still Tho buildings are never the remembering tho ancient glory of their have no songs and no and tho Spanish inhabitants are too poor aud too proud to got much active pleasure from the present One peculiarity of the showing his attachments to lies in the fact that he will only trade in market place in whore his ancestors have for sold their traveler upon the highways may meet whole armies of Indians bearing loads of but he can obtain nothing from them until they have reached their accustomed placo for Indian will even carry goods ten and for less than he was offered at author of 'The Capitals of Spanish says that he once an old woman trudging along with a basket of fruit and though he offered ten cents for which would bring her two and a half in the she preferred taking the of two leagues to being of her burden nt gentleman living some distance from town says for four he tried to induce the natives who passed every morning with packs of alfalfa to sell him at his he was invariably compelled to go into town to buy will the natives sell at They will give you a gourdful of potatoes for a penny as often as you choose to but they will not sell their stock in a They will sell you a dozen li real but they will not sell five dozen for a can't risk another we could put two or three million men the just it and if the war lasted long there would be such a crop of veterans wanting pensions that tho treasury would bo bankrupt Texas
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