Cleveland County Courier. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 11, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
inexeti*ablv wronf for him to win her * exaltation that sent the blood tlnglin*. (
he had told to his linger tij>«; the roaring in hi*
11 s ceased, ami his sight became once
[Coryrlftit. ato?. ty J B. Llrpn«ott t.o.]
A BtBTtRRANEAX METAMORPHOSIS.
When Ringbrand opened hia eyea he
found himself lying on his back in
what appeared to be the bottom of a
well; at least, that was his second im-
pression. With the first gleams of re-
turning consciousness there was no
recollection of the events immediately
preceding his fall, and for a moment
lie had a vague idea that he had
Mumbled and hurt himself in the road,
and that the clouds had covered all but
the smull patch of sky directly over-
head where the stars were still visible.
Then memory came back, and he rt -
called the details of the capture up to
the sudden blank following the plunge
into the hole between the bowlders. A
Miarp twinge of pain bridged the in-
terval and reminded him that there
werfe two present and pressing sources
of discomfort in the gnarled log across
which he was lying and in the vice-like
pressure of the rope which still bound I
his arms to his sides. To wriggle out i
of the uncomfortable position was easy,
but loosening the roj>e was another mat- I
ter. The knot had been drawn tight |
by the jerk of his fall, and it was an
hour or more before he succeeded in |
working it around where it could be ,
reached; even when this was dom\ it
was only a lieginning, and the first faint
streaks of dawn were filtering through
the aperture overhead when he fiiiully
rose stiffly and s\\ ung his arms to start
the suspended circulation.
In a little w hile it was light enough
to enable him to see his surroundings, I
and he found that he was imprisoned in |
a crevice-cave much like the one he had ,
explored two days before. It occurred !
to him at once that it might ben con-
tinuation of the same cavern, or that
possibly he might be in the very |
chamber into which he had tried to j
penetrate; but this seemed unlikely, for
two reasons. One was that he could
not make the locality of the McXabb j
tunnel agree with the general direction :
of his wanderings of the night previous; j
and the other was even more eon vine- j
ing, for, while his cell terminated at one |
extremity in a narrow fissure like the 1
one in which he had lost the pick and ;
the lamp, he could not find the missing
articles, though he lost no time in mak-
ing a careful search for them. In do- j
ing this, however, he stumbled upon j
another discovery which was of niueh i
more immediate importance: reaching j
clown into the crannies of the fissure, j
his hand found a pool of water, a
drank gratefully, dipping up the cool
liquid by spoonfuls in his hollowed
After this. he gave
e\ainination of the 1
prison, scrutinizing the
fully weighing c\ery j <
escape. At the end
survey he sat d<
proved to be 11.
hurled by some accident of wind or
lightning through the opening above,
and began to go over the events of the
past few* days, in the hope of finding
something to account for the mysteri-
ous attack and imprisonment. I11 this
effort lie racked his brain to little pur-
pose, and, after repeatedly scout ing t he
idea as absurd, he finally accepted the
conclusion that the llyuums had in
some manucr connected him with the
fortunes of their enemies, and had
taken prompt measures to deprive the
Latimers of a possible ally.
"If that's the case," he mused, speak-
ing aloud for t lie sake of t he com pan ion-
hip of his own voice, "what d
mean to do with me? If they had 1
wanted to kill me, they certainly had it
all their own way last night; a very '
small domestic cat would have mad^ a |
better resistance than I did. No. that 1
isn't it; they don't mean murder: they're |
only trying to get me out of the way 1
for aw hile. And the next thing is, lor
how long? Keeping in view the coin- |
fort ing conclusion that they don't ,
intend making away w ith ine, the ques- I
tion will answer itself in a few hours '
at the most, for they haven't given me j
anything to eat. Which reminds 1110
that I'm pretty hungry, now;" he looked
ruefully at his watch. "Tom Ludlow |
had his breakfast two hours ago. and
at the present moment. ! suppose, he's j
sitting in his office with the comfort- j
able under-thought that it'll be dinner-
time before long. Lucky fellow, not ]
to know what it is to sit in a crack in
the face of the earth, speculat ing 011 the j
doubtful possibilities of future meal
times. Well, I presume the next thing
is to decide whether or not I'm to sit 1
here and wait for some one to come and !
pull me out; and if I'm not, what's tin-
alternative? Let's have another look
at the resources."
After overhauling the rope and coil-
ing it beside the log. he searched his
pockets, but found nothing useful
therein, except a small penknife.
love under false pretense
him only last night what she would ex- i
peet ill the man of lierchoice. lie pushed
the tormenting thoughts a*idc, and ,
brought himself down with a jerk to 1
the present aud its demands. "I'm not
goiug to dispute with the weak-kneed ,
devil any more," he muttered; "the first J
thing to do is to get out of here, and j
then I'll leave it w ith her; if she honors j
me enough to make me her defender, i
I'll make a shift to fight her battles if !
1 have to hire some one to hold me j
wIdle I do it."
I'nder the inspiration of this conclu-
sion he went to work patiently and res-
olutely, trying the first plan that sug-
gested itself. Using his knife for a J
chisel, he attempted to cut niches for
hand and foot holds in the wall, jierse- j
vering until both blades of the mduII |
tool were worn dow n to useless
stumps. When the failure of the knife |
put mi end to the expedient, he exaui- j
ined the narrower part of the crevice to 1
see if he could not climb to the roof by
bracing himself from wall to wall.' As
it was reasonably evident that the cav-
ern had originally been nothing more
than an irregular crack in the sand-
stone, open at the top through its en-
tire length, and afterward gradually
covered in by slow accumulations of
I earth and debris interwoven with twigs
and grass roots, lie argued that it would
be comparatively easy to dig through
I this thin covering if be could obtain a
foothold near enough to the roof to en-
able him to attack it. To make the
most of his strength, he dragged the log
to the place selected for the experi
a ladder from which to begin tin
cent: ami, having braced it against one
of the walls, he took off his coat am*
shoes and made an attempt to work his
way up the desired vantage-ground.
The first trial was a failure, lie lost
his hold before he had ascended to
twice his height.and slid back to the
sandy floor of the crevice; but there!
was enough of a promise of success in 1
the undertaking to make him wear j
away the remainder of the day in re- j
peated endeavors, and to encourage him (
to try again and again, even after the
long abstinence from food had begun 1
to have its effect on his tired muscles !
and overstrained nerves. The final at- j
tempt, made just at dusk, carried him
to w it hill a few feet of the roof; but the |
darkness bafllcd him; he again lost his j
hold, and it was only by the utmost ex- 1
ertion of his failing strength that he
saved himself from falling heavily to j
the bottom of t lie cavern. As it was, he j
knocked the log down in his descent,
and, realizing that nothing could be
done without the help of daylight, Ik
dow n in the sand and tried to go ti
more keen and steady. Springing to
his feet, lie drew the colonel's revolve!
from his pocket and took careful ami
deliberate aim at the face behind tin I
yellow star of light ; his linger pressed j
the trigger, and the crash of a double
detonation filled the cavern. With th« j
flash and the report the light disap-
peared. and he felt a sting of pain in |
liis arm; he knew he was wounded, but
the hurt seemed only to augment the
violence of the tit of ferocity that had j
taken complete possession of him.
Lushing toward the point where the
light had disappeared, he wedged him
self into the crevice, grinding his teeth
iu impotent rage when he found that
he could not reach far enough to get
the range for a second shot.
After it was all over, he sat down
upon the log and examined his arm a*
well as he could by the sense of touch;
the wound was nothing but a severe
bruise, and he put his coat on again
with a sigh of relief. "I can't afford to
be disabled now," he muttered, "not till
I've given these villains their deserts;
the hardened brutes—to come here and
try to kill a man like a rat in a trap!"
Then it suddenly occurred to him
that this Hugh Ilingbrand, breathing
out threatellings against his persecu-
tors, wus quite a different person from
the miserable wretch who but a few
moments before had cowered iu terroi
at the sight of the mountaineer's rifle
"It's the most singular experience I
ever heard of," he mused. "It is, in-
deed; there's nothing in my collectior
,1 May day
ospital iu I
son Id brent he.
n buried for a 1
~-8even member* of the lb-itUh par-
liament hold 136 directorships in stock
companies between the---
—A "cafe chantunt
revel, at which IV >
Saxe-Weinutr opened ti
was the method by wl
raised for a children s
- tivpnotism was tried on a too will-
ing fool in Lytuia. France, lie was put
in a trance, and buried in a hole eight
feet deep, with a tuln- from his mouth
through whicli he t
was to remain tliui
At the end of three days he was un-
earthed, and was so week that it was
thought he would die-
—At the first London levee of the sea-
son the company were nearly stifled by
he intolerable heat of the state apart
ments at St. .lames' palace, and the st-
mosphere of the thron- room was sc
1 oppressive that a
I household who was iu waiting
-Italy proposes to take the sale ol
I quinine out of the hands of the drug-
j gists and to make it a government mo-
I nopoly. Druggists sell it at the rat
from $30 to 810U a pound.
j eminent gets it for the
, pound. It will be sold in
j gramme, at 11
HEALTH IN OLD AGE.
rVn Old Li idy Finds the Tru
Source ot Vitality.
\ lie pooler's Ut«>r«aUu| Interview wit
Once 1 wrote * . harmin* sonnet
To my lady Mary's bonret.
And I called It *murt and fetching, and 1
called It lii#he« art.
And 1 vowid each time I ni*-l h.-r
With It on I lovrd tier better.
And I er.ded by nilrmine that it imply
touched my ! tart.
We ar«- wed. hut Mary's bonnets
Never move me now to noni.et*
If they did I'd spend in rhyming of my Mf«
the greater part
True, her millinery's charming.
Hut the hills are m.-nt alarming.
And they touch try pocket tie. per than the
bonnets touch inv heart
—Mary (\ Huntington. In N. Y Sun.
c I* a proplie
lubonr of pn
I'iso s Cure for Con-
* from Asthma K, IX
urd. Wis , May 4, TH.
V of n-hat life is tr> be.
anise translst* d out ol
Mrs L. M Child.
i.f the rovnl
bile the gov-
inn) at $.* a
a led t ula-s tc
i>f three and font
A Happy .Unzle.
Though poukets grow lighter.
Ping tunes that are brighter—
Might us well sing as be sighing:
There's no us" to double
The measure trouble.
For time beats the lH- t bird at flying'
The world and all In It
NVarn't made In a minute:
Its flowers are blooming and dying;
Nu use to upbraid It.
It's Just us (iotl made It.
And time beuts the h--st bird at flying!
- .Atlanta c'-nstltu'*011.
intention of usiuff it for I thnt matches it. 1 wonder if it t>
only the instinct of self-preservation i |
I think after this 1 shall l e able to un- j
I derstaml what makes the most inof
j Tensive animal turn and show fight ii ,
; the last extremity. 1 wonder, too, il I
the fine and ferocious enthusiasm will j
come again when it's needed? I'm afraic i
it won't at least, not w ithout a similai
i provocation; and that isn't exactly |
1 what one craves. Anyway, I'm glad I
i di In't die before I knew w hat it was tc
\ take my courage in both hands, if only
for this one time. 1 suppose I didn't have
any such good luck as to hit the fellow, j
but if they both got away 1 don't believe
they'll make me another visit to-night.
licigh-ho! it's something of a bore tv
be hungry and tired and sleepy and
angry all in one breath. I believe I'IV
risk it and try to go to sleep; they'd
have been uftcr me by this time if they
meant t i try it again."
lie stretched himself out beside the
big with the coil of rope for a pillow;
in a few minutes weariness again as-
serted its claims, and this time he die
not awaken until the morning sun lint
turned the darkness of tin
rn into murky twilight.
| er|M-tual sunshine occurs on the
coast of Peril, where, a'thoiigh it may
be misty occasionally, the blue sky i*
always visible through the whitish veil
Perpetual sunshine wh"ii the sun i*
above hori/<* also exists in the Sahara,
the great desert of Africa, and in the
other rainless regions of the earth.
Fire broke out recently in n building
in the Avenuede Nciiilly. just outside the
Porte Maillot, one of the gates of Paris,
and the Paris firemen were called out
On reaching the gate tln-v found that
they could not it without :t special
permit from the prefect
had to watch the hous 1
w bib* some one hunted ii|
In Lancashire. Kngla
light has been put to a nmel use. The
employes of a mill struck and the man-
ufacturer determined to keep the mill
running. \ searchlight wa> obtained
nml erected on a prominent part of the
building, the idea beinir to prevent th"
from tht f"iimil, is ri Jerri*. S 1"
But a short time ago. in u distant part of
ilie country, wo heard of u cure b.\ the
use of l>r. Williams' Pink Pills, which
teemed aiuiost marvelous, and more recent-
ly another substantial evidence of their
value reaehed our ears He. tig of an Inquir-
ing turn of uiiud, ami wishing to kuovv just
iiow much there was iu the story, a reporter
was scut to interview the |ieraou said to l o
thus benefited. Ii the narrative aa it had
reached our ears was true, it was only
ti tuple justice to let il be known- if it
proved untrue, it would be well to know it.
The person alluded to above us ha\ ing
been thus greatly bene ti ted by the use of
l .ak Pills is Mrs. Jaue llotalen, of llaincs
i alio, N. J u yleamut hamlet iu Sussex
' County."about Afteea miles from this office.
' l'he rep .Iter bad uo difficulty iu finding CITS OF WISDOM.
Mi * llotalen. It was nearly noon when
we reached licr pleasant home, u double \ illUgh is sunshine in a house,
ii.m.e, oho part of whieh i ''Lllk' ! ' TluieUeray.
toil She is a pleasant-fa* ed old lud\. look- t . . ,
|K, about .illy live, but U In reality In nothing l eertom but ti,. <<x
leventv-twn yours ot 8,-8. AiUni fe I're pen*-.—S. Itutier.
lltniuary remarks iu explanation of tin-call, y||e rnvious man grows lean at the
•he vvm MkeJ if .ho iia.i un> «>|i t-| f , jh ij.Kb.., . Homer.
givimr us tiie details ol the iaat unu now *
the .iin« to try tins now famous remedy j Angling in somewhat like poetry,
• Not at all," siid she. "If m\ experience nil.u arP m be born so. I/aak Walton.
Sow servient; .wcot re„,,n-
••YVlieu were you takcu ►tek and what was brances will grow from them. Mine,
the nature of tlio uiulo.lv r V M ,)e stuei.
«. A- «ho P. .v. r..r i .,.h
| railed it aud il \va verj inilnful tuilee.1- „ ith ple«j.ure stul,
Hall's ( at.-irrli Ct
nternally Price 73*
lu inv hip and extended j)( rt
Ui<' whole lengtii < i the limb. > ill pIiuk ine
h \ liM.ns.lv I run. t. •"
and the urdlnarv treat 111« nt |ia\ e me not the may
•lightest alleviation. 1 « as under tn atn.cnt Wf.u
ab* nt a month as stated, but grew woiseiti- .
I stoiul of bet.or, and was fast becoming
• W nal
• M.v s..
In a p ipe
' he pre
tirouglit Pink Pillst
ti called inv attci tion o un ui n. i«
r, in wbi-li it w as stated that aMr
of Bruu.-livtlle, a village in tins
ounty. had been greatly benefited by their
ase. and suggested that It Would be a goml
plan to trv them Hut 1 was skeptaul in
r(*gard t > their value m ta- t, 1 had no < un i m« m
li leuco iu their efficacv and rather laughed ajr.
at tae suggestion. t IbH the tionbU ■■
creased and I was badly crippled. A
uhout to '
who affect to dislike flattery
may yet be flattered indirectly by a
well-seasoned abuse and ridicule of
their rivals. Colton.
Th*M who make tis liuppy arc al-
ways t.hankful to us for Wing so; t heir
unit itude is the reward of their benefits.
The spirit of a person's life i* ever
•heddiuir some jsiwer, just as a flower
i.-s stemlily bestowing frngranee upon
'v . Time's gradual touch lias nioldercd
a into beauty many a tow «-r. v\ hi« h. w hen
to the ti
PASSING OF THE HORSE.
ThitH Far Only the Cheaper
Dismissing the I
from the inquiry, t
"to w hat extent, if
f reusing use of the
Kale and use of hors
■ prising if
nolgliboriu>; loivn uad sugg« st« «l a^ain Unit
it might imi well to try tins u.ucb talked ol
rotu«*dv, aud I then consented lb- boci bt
ine a box ol tliem and 1 hegan taking tbein
iit one - At ilie end of a week 1 in ted a
iua:\; improveineiK, and by the tliin 1 had
lakeu tno lirsi b x 1 was ahle to waik with
out. a < ano I cmiiuued tin b nse. taking
Hcveral boxes, ami am, u* v- u see, in a very
t-o i n for table stale of lieaitb "
'•Ua . o vuii bad an v ret ui n of the trouble
•'.Nut as yet. tli-uigh at inv time ot life,
seven!\ two. il would m>t Is
1 shouid have. If it comes, 1
begin tlio use of the pills. J
he. it a tundeiiev to troubles
iuv mother d ed frotn tbein. '
... i ii 11 v ill ofTcets from the
it frowned w ith all its battlemci
unl.v terrible. Mason.
Valuatile 1 ritiichUe KccitriM
The fran* hise ol
the most valuable
enough to use II letter s Stolliat
either to suppress grow ing «lysp«
uproot it at maturity. Ifiliou.-.
and fever and ague sufTercr*
troubled with lie
pated. should III
ohise by the same means.
itself that p< iiits
, and intimates
• I medical
\*/ithn ii. tt. r uncl.'rstandilig nf tho
.V trutlsi.'tlt tlJitiu.' <'f tin' tn ii n T })hys-
Irai ills, which vanish i«-fur.. pr.i|H-ref-
forts (fi-utU- .'fforts—pieusant .'ffurts—
ri 'htlv .iiri'ct. il There is comfort in
the knowledge, that w> many forms of
sicUness are not due to auy actual dis-
. iiM', I nit simply to a constipated condi-
tion'of the system, which the plensui.t
fiimilv laxative. Syrup of Kigs. prompt-
ly r,.nn v,-s. That is why it is the onnr
I remedy with milllonfcof families, and is
i evervwhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good liealth. Its honcfieiitl
effects are due to the fact, that itU <he
- one remedy which promotes internal
1 cleanliness without debilitating tho
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, ill order to get its bene-
ticial effects, to note when you pur'
' chase, that yon have the genuine arti-
cle. which is manufactured by the Cali-
fornia i'ig Syrup I'o. only and sold by
nil reputable druggists.
It in the enV>vntent Pn0(* health,
and the system 'is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
ii Miffed wit h any actual disease, one
may lie commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
.me . Iioiil.l have the best, anil with the
• well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
•lsc.1 and gives most general satisfucl ion.
Sparkling with life—
rich with delicious flavor,
HIRES Root beer stands
first as nature's purest and
most refreshing drink.
Brst bx any test.
In the tlarkn*
Ill: MOt "NT A IN.
an the new day with i
I>«*<t un bv hand
SPECIAL BICYCLES Children
Arch st I
I in t b
:-th of tin
H u.f the miHei y of I
lied hv tiiut
VhiiP 111' M*!"*'JuLUtl, iiU.Ul,
aii I'Ai'Ul (N(v-.! « aik*
million ii jkmi
hour to mmiit
laries of hi
f all LTude*
I'ink J ilh
all the eleinent.H tit
lite and ri -hnoHS t« ti
loir, w Inch
s. Ht Vitus'
it be sh
ill the I
k I'iiIh ai
hox. «>r six hox
lhat the m
let v I
Idier costs his coun-
riie height of t he roeU of fjibraltar
Dstiinat4-d to 1*- 1,437 Knffli h feet
Nearly ten l-er cent, of the recipients
Hut for this phi
t he public
toria cross are military dt
He drew the Coloi
iiiK- fhrouprh the entrance to the cave,
he fancied he heart! a sound as of Foine
I iff lit object falling upon the sand, lie
first thought ' f wild beasts, but. re-
fleeting that m. animal large enou/rh to
attack hiin would be likely to enter the
trap-like crevice, the incident was soon
forgotten in a train of supirestioiis ha\-
iiif/ the indistinct noises of the day for
a starting-point. Now that he recalled
tbein, he renienibered hearing sounds
like the echoes of (lull blows at irregu-
lar intervals all through the day. and
he speculated over their probable origin
until weariness overcame him and lie
fell into a do/.e from w hich the grow l-
ing of the rising storm awakened him.
Since there seemed to be a sort of com-
panionship in the roll of the thunder
ami the sweep of the w in k he sat up to
listen, and in one of the lulls he thought
he heard a voice at t he mouth of the cav-
ern. Wondering if his captors were
"There they are—say 40 feet of rope, a 1 coming to liberate him, he got upon
piece of wood six or seven feet long, and j his feet and felt his way to the farther
toy pocketknife; and thi
about 30 feet deep, I should judge.
There isn't very much to work with,
but I've pulled many a hero out of w orse
scrnpes than this w ith much less."
The humor of the comparison pro-
voked a laugh, and then he wondered
what had become of his depression of
iding under the apei -
up into the gloom.
tare and stari
While he stood there listening and
looking, a smalt star of yellow light
made its appearance at the extreme end
of the rocky corridor, and lie saw the
shadows of two faces framed between
the walls of the narrow slit in
the previous day. The explanation I chamber terminated. Ilis first impulse
came suddenly when he ran his solilo- was to make his presence known; but
<|uy back to the point w here he had eon- , before he had taken a step he recoiled
eluded that his connection with the
Latimers was the reason for the assault
upon him. It seemed in a way to bring
him nearer to Hester, and for a time
there was a cheerful enthusiasm in the
thought that other and compelling
hands had pushed him over the dividing
line between his pusillanimous resolu-
tion to run away and an active partici-
pation in the quarrel which involved
her family. There was little comfort
tn the contemplation of the part he
might be required to take in the feud;
the battle was still to be fought with
his weakness, and he had the fresh and a noise like the ben
humiliating example of n few hours lie- I'rmiis l!i!"l hi*eoiT<: nml
fore to remind him that lie had not yet th«- cold perspiration pi
made a beginning. The recollection ] c.cry pore. 1 lie suspen:
of this discouraged him again, and all bje, and for a few i...un r.
ihe arguments that had presented he should die froi.i tin-\e
themselves in defense of his plan of re-I ol his fear, then - u .• i•
treat came back w ith redoubled empha- sharp pang as it sui.iethi
sis. lie was not sure that Hester loved I way in his brain, ami the-
him; if she did. she would despise him ' nnusea of terror vanished
when fclie found him out; it would be 1 Iii it.s place came a strai
in horror at the sight of
thrust through the
wavering star of light.
I'nder some conditions mental proc-
esses are instantaneous. Ilingbrand
saw and understood the purpose of his
enemies as clearly ins If his sentence had
ing came a fren-
ied fit of terror, and he shrunk with
battering teeth and trembling limbs
nto the deepest recesses of the cave;
he wavering light danced in fantastic
yrations before bis fascinated gaze;
, noise like the beating of a hundred
ii-i iy as to t he source of that w hie I
es its craxings. Kingbrand at<
nously and with the keen relish o
who has 1;-. bored fasting, but hew a.'
iglit fill enough to save a portion o
bread and meat for greater ncccssi
wrapping it carefully in the p:
concealing it in a niche in the rock
now s where that t aint
1, "and goodness knows
more; therefore i
ic to hoard it. I'll never lit
f making things too opportune
ry after this; nothing short of
lune been more 1 inicly
for more guessing. Who
brought it'.' Who knows I'm here?
Clearly, no one but these murderous
liviiiinis. And why should they feed a
dead man ? All. 1 hav
an - she knows I'm in here, and she
doesn't know the rest. And if that's
tion. I must have been
wrong in inv reckoning; the hammer*
ing yesterday was in the McXabb tun-
nel, and tiiat crack is the place where I
b st the pick; I'll take another lool^
and see if 1 can't find it."
"booking" for the implement in ques-
tion w as a mere figure of speech, sincn
the critical search was prosecuted
w holly through the sense of touch, pro-
jected into the t ml of a divining rod
made of bits of twigs spliced together
by threads taken from the rope. It
was a trial of patience, but patience
was rewarded in the end, as it usually
is; and w hen he had succeeded in locat-
ing the coveted object he set about tie-
vising some means of securing it. The
rope solved this problem, but no wild
hoise of the prairies was ever harder
to lasso than was the inanimate com-
bination of w ood and steel lying quietly
at the bottom of the fissure. As in the
former case, however, patient effort
finally conquered, though the after-
noon shadows were filling the cavern
with warnings of the approach of night
before Uingbrantl had added the pick
T4> his available resources. lie had
thought of no definite plan for using it
in the struggle for freedom, but the
first suggestion was that he might now
be able to cut a series of steps up the
wall like those in the atljoining cham-
ber. A short half hour tif arduous toil
convinced hini of the futility of this
hope, and he stopped to rest his weary
'That's no go." he said, examining
the rude notch hewn out with such in
finite labor; "I'm not a stonecutter
whatever else I maybe; and a dull pick
isn't a mallet and chisel, by long otitis
If that's the best 1 can do w ith a good
foothold and both hands to work w ith,
it says itself that 1 couldn't dig out of
lu re in a week. I wonder if I couldn't
tie the rope t« the pick and fling it up
through that hole
• f the hors
not now be im-
1 hut the biey eb-
bing of Chicago, how -
ever, he said: "There certainly is in
juir section one class of horfce w hose salt-
is injured by the growing use of the
bicycle, and that is what you may call
the second class •runabout' horse; ami
in this respect what is true of Chicago
is true of New York and cmm-v other
tilace where horses are bought ami sold
school manager seemed to think
the wheel made much tlifb-renee.
One of tbein said : "I have lm n\eragc
number of put ions, and though many
t hem ow n w heels and list thein. 1 hey
have not gi\en up their saddlers. It"
there is any slight falling off ill oii;
business 1 attribute it to the recent hard
times, from which we see in t" be only
now emerging, ami not to the bicycle.
- X. Y. Herald.
i In Spiiin.
Courier* i n«l Interpret
Oil the platform we we
by hotel touts, who to
Trench that we must |
and t lien by interpreters
t hey could speak < rinat
no possible use to n*. or
we could hear wa« no more 11
our Spanish; and porters, wl
to carry our bags ; and customs officer
vim wanted to look into them; and <
course the most hideous of beggars. ,
got rid of the customs officer, and w
went outside to find a hotel coach f<
ourselves. As we did so ther<- mounte
to its front seat the most odious « f ti
interpreters, sweet and sinibng, ami n
doubt later at the Uoina ! - iainicd
fee for having captured us. hli/abct
Robins I'cnnell. in ( entury.
Muitk Is Ofte
A chemist says
thyme, bergamot. <■
the honeysuckles, ;
som and fruit; |ici
s<ims arc Inith tor.i
The Trench have done a. thing th • like I
r>f v hich has not been done sim-e ISiO. I
They ha\e allowed the (icruuin nav.J
attache in Paris, Capt. Sicgel, to insj e«4t
the dockyard at llrest.
An idea of the possibilities of the |
latest guns may be had from the ft
that a six-in«h hooped gun made at j
New •ui tle, Kngland, bus been fired w it.li i
a charge of cordite with a niu/./.b- veloc- I
I ty of 4,'.i2S feet jn-r second.
Iligh eAplosive shells have proved 10
successful with quick-firing breech |
loaders in tJie French experiments that !
the Itritifih luliuirabty has ulreads sup- I
plied the Channel fleet with tbein und j
t\ ill soon provide shells for the whole :
A woman signing herself "A Colonel'.
Wife" recently wrote a lelUr to one of
the large Ixmdon dailies in which she
teriouslv proposes thu.t, should tae
prophecies of war agaiast Kngland bo
realized, the duties of the army in the j
rear might L>e successfully performed J
by women orderlies. She declares that j
she "is ready to assist in the orgai)i/.a- |
lion of a woman's cycling corps to help
resist her eountr>'s enemies."
"A Bicycle Built for Two.'
MUSIC AND LETTERS.
rapes, both bio
•h and plum bio
■ither by giving :
iberating it from <
he lily family,
\ li it-Ik is oil of ora
tml nearly all tin
ire depressants a
icrvcs and the
liundrcd lie ha
>u!d feel tle word, and I
heard her fay i
n wait in;: for that ore lit-
t beat fast as he
English popular songs are at p
beard a grvat deal in Paris cafes.
M. Sardou is w riting u play for Henry I
living upon a subject chosen by the |
Cop pee and \\ idor's ballet, "La Ivor- |
rigane," has reached its loutii perform-
wice at the Paris grand opera.
An expurgated edition of "Tom j
Jones" lb in course of preparation by
Mrs. J. M. Fielding, the wife of the i
Prof. Huxley's "Life and Letters. ' j
ivhich bis son. Leonard Huxley, is now ;
arranging, w ill uppear about two years |
from the present time.
Loretto litanies cannot be traced be- j
yond the lath century and did not
originate ut the shrine, but were carried |
there by pilgrims. Such is the eonelu-
«ion, after careful examination, of ,
l ather Suuren, of Cologne.
"Vor neblier yet." said T'ncle Eben, !
'could fin' er man so stingy dat lie lsn t j
.vidin' ter shart; Ins loattn' time wif s<unc-
■ jody dat's really busy.'' Washington Star. |
r to unravel it Kuflini
Five cents' worth of j
& "BATTLE AX" will serve two
Ij! chewers just about as long as 5 cents'
N worth of other brands will serve one
| man. This is because a 5 cent piece
|| of "BATTLE AX" is almost as
© large as the JO cent piece of other
III high grade brands.
lie longed to
in bin arms, (
as more t hat
to her taste
ti v ~y/—as the old woman said
jA- whcn she kissed the cow. " If
you'd rather do your washing
and cleaning in a slow, labori-
ous way, spending your
time and strength in useless,
^ tiresome, ruinous rubbing, it s nobody s
/ business but yours. You are the one
that will suffer by it.
llut if you want the easiest, quickest, most economical way
of washing and cleaning—then you'll have to use Pearline.
There's nothing else, among things absolutely safe to wash
with, that can be compared to it.
EFFECTS OF A SMILE: YUCATAN KILLS IT,
il.ymagic. Jic strouo ni
feeling cf 1 Chicago Pest.
in the gloaming ' horrid husbands."— Albany Ai
1 was burn without shoes."'—
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Matching Search ResultsView two places within this issue that match your search.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Whitman, Alfred T. Cleveland County Courier. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 11, 1896, newspaper, July 11, 1896; Moore, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102563/m1/3/?q=Tine%20Carr: accessed December 3, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.