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THE WILD JIAN OF CAMAS.
Killing1 of a Strange nnd Dreaded Creature
The celebrated wild man of the Cainim
prairie whs killed recently by some parties
traveling through the praiiie. "While
the travelers were enmped in the foothills
on the edjio .of the prnirie one of
them, ntinied Micklehnney went a few
hundred yards from camp to kill some
ducks, taking with him a loaded
with large shot. "When only a couple of
hundred yards from camp the ' Wild
Man of Camas" jumped up from his hiding
place, and, after tunning a short distance,
stopped and looked at Micklehnney
through his large, clear eyes a moment,
then, with a shriek that struck terror to
the hunter, and caused him to shudder
as the echo n sounded through the forest
lhe man, with the ferocity of a savage
beast of q jungle, made for
so fiercely that in order to insure
his own safely he emptied both barrels of
the gun into him, when he fell, apparently
dead. Micklehaney went to him,
when the strange being began to revive,
and he put his foot on the man's neck
and called to his comrades to bring an ax,
winch they did with all possible haste.
The man escaped just as they arrived,
and with a pitiful moan regained his feet
and started to run. The ax was thrown
at him, and as he turned his head to look
back it struck him in the center of the
forehead and ho dropped lifeless to the
On examination ho was found to be
rather tall, with full, clear eves, and an
extraordinarily large head ; appeared to
be about forty-five venrs of age, although
not a gray hair could be seen. The wavy
black hair of his head hung low down,
onto his body, and his bushy beard wns
about two and a half feet long. The body
was also covered with a thick growth of
hair about two inches in length. This
was also black and very fine. The finger
and too nails were two inches long, and
resembled claws more than nails. lie
was wrapped in a long robe made of rabbit
skins. The skins were sewed together
by sinews. On examining the place from
which he" made his appearanco it was
found that he had a very comfortable bed
which was made of the soft bark of sage
btush. It was under an over-hanging
rock, and well protected from the wind.
Near the bed were two rabbits which had
most likely been killed by stones.
About ten years ago an insane stage
driver left Boise City and has never since
been heard of. The "Wild Man of Camas"
may be the same, having taken up his
abode in the then desolate prairie, but
seldom visited by whites. The "Wild
man of Camas, lias, since first seen in
1873, been dreaded by the lonely traveler
and prospector, who 'will be relieved to
know that he is dead.
A fool-hardy sailor, who put to sea
from San Francisco August 19, in an 18-foot
dory, for Australia, was picked up
by a coaster oh" Queensland, in an exhausted
condition. lie had lost his instruments
and provisions by the capsizing
of his boat.
The French Ministry of Marino are
having forty-six vessels constructed at
the present moment, thirty one in the
Government dock-yards and fifteen by
private firms. Fourteen of these vessels
are ironclads, representing a value of
120,000,000 francs. Two, the Admiral
Bandin and the Formidable, will cost
11,500,000 Francs each. Eight others
will cost each more thm three-quarters
of that sum.
Tho same jealousy and ill feeling exists
between native and foreign laborers
in Germany as in other countries. A
number of Italian workmen have been
employed upon buildings in tho neighborhood
of Cologne. Ono evening while
they were in their quarters occupied with
preparations for supper a large number
qf native laborers entered the place, uncovered
the kettles, and spat in the food.
A light resulted in which tho Italians
were badly injired. Tho Germans used
knives and axes, crushed the skull of one
Of tho Italians, mangled tho leg of another
no that it had to bo amputated,
.and, inflicted severe injuries upon tJiQ
rest. The Italian, workmen who wero
hu8 maltreated are described as industrious,
sober and frugal, and wqre in tho
babit of sending regular remittances
from their small earnings to their families
at home. "'
IT1Y AND COUNTY DIHECIUJC.
1'onrtn CJrnill Conrl.
Commonwe.ilth'N Attorney T. A. Curran.
Clerk B. D. Parry.
Sherlfr Peny Jefferson.
f Dan Perrlne.
Deputies: Chan Jeiteiton.
( J. V. Alexander.
Jnller Dennis Fitzgerald.
Tuesdnv alter second Mnndny In January,
Apt 11, July and October In euoh year.
Judge Wm. P. Coons.
County Attorney J. L. Whltalcor.
Clerk-W. W. Ball.
Second Monday c each month.
timri rly Court.
Tuesday atter second Monday In March,
June, September and December In each year.
Mnysvllle, No. 1. W. IT. Pollock and J.L.
Grant, llrst aid thlid Tuedajs In March,
J line, September mid December,
Alnysvllle, No. XL M. F. MarMmnd W. L.
Holton, fltst Saturday and fouith Tuesday,
Dover, No. 3 A. A. Gibbon and A. F.
Dobym, llist and thlid Wednesday, same
Minerva. No. -i-O. N. "Weaver and J. H.
Wathon, Ihbt and third Tuihdays, banio
Germantown, No.fi S. F. Pollock and Jar.
Fegnn, flist and thlid Saturdays, same
Sard is, No. 0-J. M. Ball and J. "W. Tllton,
second and lourth Satin days, same months.
Maysllck, No. 7 U. W. Williams and J. D.
Raymond, second and fourth Fridays, same
Lew'lshurp, No. 8 J. M. Alexander and
Ahner Hord, second and fourth Thursdays,
Orangeburg, No. 0 "W. D. Coryell nnd W.J.
Tullv, tlist Saturday and last Monday.same
Washington, No. 10 John Ryan and James
Smlthers, fouith Tuesday and third Wednesday,
Murphysville, No. 11 Lewis Jefferson and
E. L. Gnult, fourth Monday and third Thurs.
day, same months.
Fern Leaf, No. 12-8. E. Mastln and J. B.
Burgess, second and fourth Saturdays, same
Maysvllle.No. 1 J. P. Wallaco,
Maysvllle, No. 2 W. L. Moran.
Dover, B. McMillan.
Minerva, No. 4 James Runyon.
Germantown, No. 5 Isaac Woodward.
Sardls, No 0 J. A. Collins.
Maysllck, No. 7 Tftomas Murphy.
Lewlsbuig, No. 8 S. M. Strode.
Orangeburg, No. 9- Thomas HlBe.
Washington, No. 10 James Gault.
Murphysville, No. 11-W. R. Pruther.
Fern Leaf, No. 12 B. W. Wood.
Society Meeting Masonic.
Confidence Lodge, No. 52, first Monday ol
Mason Lodge, No. 842, third Monday of each
M aysvllle, Chapter, No. 0, second Monday of
Maysvllle Commnndery, No. 10, fourth
Monday of each month.
I. O. O. P.
Plbgah Encampment, No. 9, second and
fourth Mondays In each months at 7 o'clock.
DeKalb Lodge, No. 12, Tuesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock,
Ringgold. No. 27, Wednesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
ItnfpIitH of Honor.
Tho first and third Tuesday of each month.
Lodge room ou Sutton stieet.
K. of I.
Limestone Lodge, No. 36, Friday night ot
I. O. W. M.
Wednesday night each weok.at their hall on
Sortnllty B. T.M.
Second and fourth Sundays In each month,
at their ballon Limestone street.
Father Mat hew T. A. 8.
Fltst Sunday in each month, at their hall on
St. PtUrlcIt'H Benevolent Noddy.
Second Sunday in each month, at their Hall
on Limestone street.
Cigar Sinkers' Union.
First Tuesday night in each mouth,
Monday night ol each week.
K. C. R. R., arrives at 0:30 a. m. and 8:15 p.
m. Departs at 5:45 u. in. and 12 m.
JioNANZA, dowu Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays at 0 p. m. Up Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 8 p. m.
The Board of Council meets tho llrst Thursday
evening in each month.
Mayor Horace Jiimmiy.
President L. F.d. Peaico.
First Ward-Fied. Beudel, A. A. Wads-worth,
L, Ed, feat co.
Second aid Dr. G. W. Martin, Thomas J.
Chenoweth, M.C. Hutchlns.
Third Waid Matt. Peuice.E. W. Fitzgerald.
Fourth J. P.Phister.B. A.
John W. Alexander.
Fifth Ward Wm. B.Mathews, James Hall,
Treasurer and Collector E. E. Pearce.
Clerk Hairy Taylor.
Marshol James Redmond.
nnttni J Robert Browning.
Wharfmaster Robert Flckiln.
Wood and Coal Inspector Peter Parker.
Marketmaster M.T. Cockerlll.
City Physician Dr. J. T. Strode.
I .. .eper of Almp, Houses-Mrs. S. JBls.
having been asserted that 1 am preparing
IT to move to theconntiy ai dgive up my
In the Hewing Machine buslnes, I take
this method ol announcing to my ti lends nnd
the public that there is not a wotd ol truth In
It except that I will move my (aml)y to tho
cotintrv but will continue tosell
ahlk sing Kit at the Mime place. second stieet,
opposite post office, nnd run my wagons in the
ontmtry as neieiomie. i.
the above. 1 am thankful to the nubile
for the large putiomigcl have received for the
passed nine years, and respectfully bollcit a
share in the future.
Jali2d&v3ni G.A. McCRACKEN,
Agent for the Singer Mannfuctuilug Co.
For Teaclilttsr all
Branches of Dross
School Cutting, and every gnrnient
fading worn by lad v or child; also,
DRAPING, and all tho FINISHING PAUTS of
Position Guaranteed if Desired.
D. W. MOODY & CO.
living oat of the city SlWestNlntfiSL
while leavniug. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
SLYGM&HEALY ' TS
&tm Stato & Monroo Sts., Chicago.
Will, end prrimlil toany nli!r lliclr
BAND CATALOGUE, I
tar ISH.1. Aft tvuit. Ill kii"imlnm i p b
imt of iuitruinenU, SulU, Cip", IMu,1
Pompom, Epaulet, Cm y
KUn.li. Drum XUmr'i hutU. ami rnr i
"lliti, Sundry luinl Uuthu, IttpWnif I M
MtlerVd', nl'u Incliidn tmtriirtlon ami Ei-
!rrrlrt or AmMrur intiili, aim vtiwogur
of CLoIco llaud Muilc
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS.
1BK FOR ITt BUY IT!! TRY ITU'
T7BFuTO ' E.DAVIB.
FULTON & DAVIS,
OHIO VALLEY MILLS
Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff.
Flour for sale by all grocers In tho city,
FULTON & DAVIS,
fUtl8Uy ABERDEEN. O.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Queensware, Wooden
ware, Glassware, Notions, Ac. Highest prlco
paid for Country Produce. Goods, delivered to
nny pmt ol tho city.
Cor. Fourth and Plum Ctreets,
VA 0t,xXjoic3L of tho celebrated
Just received. Call and get one for less money
than vou ever bouehta Watron.
I augMly HVAlvLARILBY.
Hair v igor
restores, 'with the glo.s and freshness of youth,
faded or gray hair to a natural, rich brown color,
or deep black, as muy bo desired. By its use light
or red hair may bo darkened, thin hair thickened,
and baldness often, though not always, cured.
It checks falling of the hair, and stimulates &
weak anil sickly growth to vigor. It prevents and
cures scurf and dandruff, nnd heals nearly every
dWeaso peculiar to tho scalp. As a LndlcH' Hair
Dressing, tho Vinou Is unequalled ; it contains
neither oil nor dye, renders tho hair soft, glossy,
nnd silken in appearance, and Imparts u delicatu,
agreeable, and lasting perfume.
Mit. C. P. ntueiiEii writes from Kirby, 0., July
0, 1K82 : " Last fall my hair commenced falling
out, and in a short time 1 became nearly bald. I
used part of a bottle of Avnn's HAin Vioon,
which stopped tho falling of tho hair, and started
a now growth. I have now a full head of lialr
growing vigorously, and am convinced that but
for the of your preparation I should have boon
.7. W. Howkk, proprietor of the MrJrt7ntr(OMc)
Enquirer, says : Avnn's Haih Viooit Is a most
excellent preparation for the hair. I speak of It
from my own experience. Its use promotes tlio
growth of now hair, and makes It glossy and soft.
The Vioon Is also a sure euro for dandruff. Not
within my knowledge has tho preparation over
failed to glvo entire satisfaction."
Irt. ANOt'S Faiiwiairk, leader of tho
' Faiiiialrn Family ,;of Scottlsli Vocallsta,
writrs from lloslon, Mass., Feb. (5, 1880 ; " Kver
since my hair began togivosllvery ovidenceof the
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Mns. O.A. Piikscott, writing from 18 Elm. St.,
Charlestoion. 'Mass., Anril 14, 1881!. says: "Two
years ago about of my hair came olf.
It thinned very rapidly, and I was fast growing
bald. On using Ay Kirs Hair Vioon tho falling
stopped and a now growtli commenced, and in
about a month my head was completely covorcd
with short hair. It has continued to grow, and is
now as good as before It fell. I regularly used but
ono bottlo of tho Viuou, but now uso it occasionally
as a dressing."
"Wo havo hundreds of similar testimonials to tho
ofllcaey of Aykr's Hair Vigor. It needs but a
trial to convince the most skeptical of its value.
Dr.' J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Desirable COUNTRY Place
WILL sell privately, on reasonable tenna,
I my placo known asEduewood. on the Lexington
turnpike, one nnd a lourth miles Irom
AliiyhYllle. The tract contains 17 acres, more
or less, and tins on it a
ot sovon rooms nnd a kitchen, n good stable,
and nil other necessary outbuildings, togettua
with u eood tenant housi of tlireo room. Tho
placo Is well wateied, hns on it a good healing
milt orchard of all varieties, is well adapted to
gurdenlnunnd helm: convenient to the eltyis
very deirnble. Title perfect. For term apply
on the place to
jiiullkl&w3m WILLIAM HUFF.
Forpower.purity oftono.billllnncy oftouoli
beauty of finish and durability it has no
eoiuii,Tlie most eminent pianists pionouncolt
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. R1ETZGER.
MANAGER, Branch office, Maysvillo, Ky.
:Also, Tho Matchless:
A. full supply of pianos and orguns, constantly
on hnnd. Correspondents promptly
Payments easy. sep'iGd&wly,
&Ktn ttOll Pr day at homo. Sampled
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