11 may 1882 freeborn county standard

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11 may 1882 freeborn county standard - to down to New "af or a shot replied the 'em on...
to down to New "af or a shot replied the 'em on one "It looks snrrejor wan off as I called of it," said the Some fellers I'm telling the a paradise BO thick that an average of used to almost brute*, 'caa«e a bnrsin being. 1 said, and we with one captain bottles of liniment ones!** . . I don't 'gpest" fciud. Ciiri'tiin to know the C-ipt. Tom, and tails again an* look np an* And orca when an opposition fathtrcd undjamned acrandtush! but I have never shall. I wouldn't could put aboard aad after a known'in which carp introduced into . the ponds two 3ears ago, when*less then two inches' long, 'now · measure eighteen inches.' - The 3Xind5 of the Jlurderers. Two murders recently tang differed from the usual ran, in that neither of them pretended to have been converted, nor to have feocd the road to heaven. Sindram. who was bung in New York, was an atheist and boosted of it. He said if be had only pretended to be piou*. and asked time to prepare himself, he would have got a respite and probably a new trial. But it was just as welL "Alan." he raid, "has but onetime to die, and it makes little difference when that time comes. I do not fear to be banged. banged. Had I entertained any fear for death I would have accepted the office of district attorney and pleaded gnilty to mnrder in the second degr*e. By so doinc it would bnvc Ibcen ircpii^onment for life. However. However. like the gambler, I preferred to chance all upon fate. In pi iton I would have miserable; but with death will corns forget- fain e»B.~ Taylor, the Arkansas murderer. who was convicted bv the state's evidence of one of ti comrade*. MuUholHnd; wai hung* in Arkansas. His state of mind is reported thus: "I b.ire read my bible a g-od Ideal, and, though I prefer a dime novel, I've found rainy thing? of interest in it. I don't know that there is anything in thf future to be afraid of. I only hope that ' when ponl and body are pirtod my spirit will be permitted to visit the earth .arain. I want to haunt Mnllbolland. be who . swore ray life away; I want to b« at his hi 'e n torturing, mtddening demon, demon, driving him to despair and death. If I can only do this, I shall be fully satisfied. Bat I don't want htm to enjoy life when I'm dead and gone." was was for mtion reached intense however, and in task, the The by crowds enemy the the who father seized, And gang aad It York'to should it." M Why It t :e and serves ttiincs with «evy authority

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  1. Freeborn County Standard,
  2. 11 May 1882, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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