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recoierlng irom the shock.
A POLU HAILWAY IN XOVA SCOTIA.
Several of these blcturesquo railways
ore In use In tho lumber districts of Nova
Scotia. They cost anywhere fiom J75 to
II.V) per mile, according to local
Tho expense, of course, Is greater
vhen the road has to be carried across
ravlncs.aslndlcattd In our engraving. Tho
SNAKE IN TIIE HOUSE.
MoOannon'a Pot W9 Quito
Frlondly with Strangers.
Bat a Casual Visitor from the Eait Ob
Jecteil to Slreplne with It The
Krptllc Colled Around the
Thomas McCnnnon, ulio represents a
New York firm, nnd lives In Jersey City,
met with nn experience the other week
near- IJlnghanipton, Minn., that nearly
whitened his rnen locks. McCannon,
whose business lies among tho country
merchants and rural districts, engaged
, n vehicle and drove to n hamlet near
New Mil ford. He renched his
but his stay was unexpectedly
protracted, nnd dusk had fallen when
he ngtiln found himself on the
road. Thicker and thicker grew
tho blackness, tho sky u an ov ercast, not
a star visible, and tho prosjiect of a
heavy rainstorm Imminent.
Under those conditions he missed his
road, nnd after a drive of hevcral miles
ithrough a forest highway ended abruptly
in a dense undergrou th. In tho
distance he saw the tw Inkle of a light,
'and fastening his horse to n treo he
anade his way in that direction. It
proved to come from a cabin of roughly
Jiown boards and logs. A summons
jbrought the occupant to the door. He
was an old man with the peculiar
of tho mountaineer of northern
.Pennsylvania, nnd vv hen McCannon explained
his predicament he warmly
iWeleomed him to his hut. The only accommodation
he could offer the horse
pros a shaky lean-to at the rear of his
dwelling, but here the animal was
stabled on n bed of leaves. There was
'but one couch In the thnnty. This stood
ibehind a rough partition, nnd, after
serving his guest with a lunch of cold
(partridge and corn bread, ho signified
'his intention' of releasing the bed to
'him nnd sleeping in the large room beside
the log fire. McCannon gratefully
accepted the offer, nnd w as soon oblh
to his surroundings.
How long, ho blept he cannot tell.
He thinks It was about midnight, but
it was probably nearer daylight, when
ho was awakened by a cold, clammy
sensation at his feet. The blanket had
slipped partially off, and as a ray of
s.n'akc coiled upon
moonlight shone through a rift in the
clouds his blood froze with horror as
ho observed a large snake colled upon
Ms ankles. His first Impulse was to
bprlng from the bed nnd shout for nfd.
'Then thu thought crossed his mind
that the pluce was Infested with rut-tiers,
and a moement on his part
might mean certain death. There was
only ono thing to do; wait perfectly
quiet until the old man should awake
nnd come to his aid. The leptlle remained
passive. The seconds seemed
to drag like hours, nnd it seemed ns
though tho unhappy drummer must
hprlng from his couch and shake the
slimy scales off orgof runt Idle watched
tho sky fndo into tho gray which
n, and ns a crimson streak
shot iicross the sky there wub a movement
In tho not room and u grizzly
head appeared at tho aperture which
fcened ns a doorway.
"Hush," whispered McCannon, "for
God's sake don't speak or I urn a dead
"Wnl, w lint's de matter?"
"Look ut iny feet," whispered
Tim old wan looked and then burst
into a laugh. "I swim cf Tommy nln't
mode jcr acquaintance. Ill, Tommy,
coino a hynr." Tho reptile slowly
wriggled from tho bed toward tho" old
man, mid McCannon slowly uroMiusit
"He's a pet milk snaka o' mine," explained
thu old man, '"nil 'penrs tcr
muku as friendly with strangers as he
does with me." Without u word Mo
Cannon arose, drowsed himself, nnd,
laying n silver dollar on thu table,
his horso und started for
I'nurmi.l (llrls Kill a Wolf.
Whllo out on horseback after cattle
home distance north of Harold, S. I).,
Misses Mary Mnrso nnd L'mmaSliult,
nged 18 and
six wolves und promptly gnve chase
1o them. After u hard raeu one of the
uulmulswns rundown, and Miss Sclinlts
dismounted, armed witli n heavy strup
und buckle, to dispatch It. Tho creature,
showed light and caught tho girl's hand
in his mouth. Her companion came to
her assistance, and utter a lively skirmish
Miss Schuiti contrived to get his
wolfshlp down while her friend tied Its
feet. Tho pair then pounded him to
death, brought him into town, and received
thu bounty offered by tho&tata
for tho scalp.
lilt by a 1'artrldge.
II. j. James, of Jlockvllle, Conn., had
fin oxpcriciict recently that ho will not
boon forget. He was drlvlug to Mans,
fleld, when a partridge that lint been
shot by n hunter lluw Into bis covered
carriage, striking him full In the face.
It stunned him for the moment, and his
face was slightly cut. The bird was
.t .1 -- 1. 1 I If T.. nlL
dead when found by Mr, James, after
poles employed for rails should not be lest
than nine Inches In diameter at the smaller
end, and should consist as far as
of the heart, or they will decay before
they wear out. The locomotives and cars
are crude affairs, but well adapted ror the
purposu for which they are Intended.
BflRONESS' PAT RETORT.
She DM Not Want the Whole Plf, Bat
filroplj the Knaekle.
Baroness llcrczenyl, who has brought
nult against Mrs. William K.
played a short engagement in an
uptown music hall last winter, says
the New York Sun. She was to be seen
during only ono week, and her man
agers at the end of that time forfeited j
their privilege of reengaging her for a
longer period. She is a handsome woman,
nnd used to appear first in the costume
of a Hungarian peasant, nnd while
a baud of her countrymen accompanied
her she sang weird songs and indulged
in a few tentative dance steps. After
this she put on a uniform and exhibited
'I ONLY LIKE THE KNUCKLES."
herself in buckskin breeches. She was
a sufficiently satisfying spectacle to
make the entertainment diverting, but
tho audiences were not enthusiastic.
Those who were near enough to see
the stage wcro charmed, but the baroness'
beauty was not so noticeable
from the scats farther bock. Ilut a
reason quite removed from her success
or failure led to the sudden close of
her engagement. One night, after the
baroness went Into the foyer. It was
late, but she was hungry and wanted
something to eat. Pigs' knuckles were
tho dish she craved. She must have
them, she told tho waiter, and emphasized
the fact by dwelling on it in
Trench, German, Hungarian and less
English. But none were to be had.
I Would madamc have a sandwich? Bui
i madamo wouldn't. While the discus-
sion was at its highest one of the proprietors
came Into view. Madame was
not draw ing much money to the house,
j but she was a lovely woman. So he
j. listened benignly to her story, but he
nan to explain mat pigs KnucKies were
not enough In demand to justify the
proprietors in keeping them. "But if
jou nre hungry, my dear baroness,"
he said, w 1th a gentle smile and benevolent
look in his eye, "why, eat me."
Maybe this daughter of tho Hungarian
nobility did not care whether or not
she kept her job. Her mind was then
on pigs' knuckles. So she looked at her
manager with u withering glance.
"I only like tho knuckles," she answered.
"I don't care anything for
tho whole pig."
Then she started out to look for supper
somewhere else, and there was a
note for her In her dressing-room tho
next night. The management had
taken advantage of Its privilege to terminate
her contract without notice.
DOG'S SECOND SIGHT.
nemarkable Occolt Toner rostestcd y a
Fine Deer Hound.
L. C. Meachamp, living on tho edge
of Arkansas, is n great hunter, and
has a flno deer hound, Dan, of which
he Is justly proud. A few days ago
Mr. Meachamp was going squirrel
hunting, und in order to keep Dan at
home he was compelled to tie him up.
The hound whined and begged, but
finding his master was obdurate ha
UOUNDKU AWAV OVKIl TUB VgKCE.
vt lust lay qulto peacefully before his
kennel nil day,
At ilvo o'clock In the afternoon, how
ever, when Mrs. Meachamp was beginning
to look for her husband's return,
Dan beeurnu so unusually restless that
sho went out to sec what was the matter.
In spite of her repeated efforts
slio could do nothing to pacify him, and
ut last to her utter astonishment h"
broke the ropo und bounded away over
tho feme und Into the wood. Ho was
gone probably half un hour when he
camo running back, panting and almost
breathless, with his muster's bat
in his mouth,
Mrs. Meachamp became at once
ularmed, und culling her son they set
cut to find Meachamp, the dog all tho
time bounding along lu front and leading
thu way, At last they camo upon
Mr. Meachamp lying helpless lu the
woods, where at precisely five o'clock
ho had fallen In a little ditch nnd
broken a small bone in his leg. The
dog's knowledge of the nccldeut at
tho very moment of Its occurrence
seems almost incredible, but tho truth
of this Is beyond dispute,
ALMOST A LINOTYPE RECORD.
Old Han of nighty Giro the Hoys Pointers
' John Specr entered his 80th year the
other iViy nt Wichita, Kan., and celebrated
the event by making a world'
record for a printer of that age, setting
10,000 emi In eight hours.
Mr. Specr is the pioneer editor of
Kansas, but Quantrcll burned bis oltce
in the iAwrruce massacre, ond killed
two of his sons, since which time he
has been In comparatively oor circumstances.
A few months ago ho concluded to
publish the life of that picturesque
Kansas (talesman, Senator Jim Line.
He Is now nt the work, and has SM
pages out of 400 stereotyped. As nn
Instance of hs rctunrknblo memory, he
is compiling the life of Lnnc as he sets
the typo. He nverogrs 8,000 ems a doy.
Those wlm bavo read ttio proofs any
the history Is very correct, and tho
literary style quite interesting.
Mr. Specr will have no assistance In
the work, nnd he Insists on setting nil
the type (composing us 'ae goes along)
and winking up the forms for the book
himself. Tie has two cases of typ nt
the residence of his son, and he stands
up before them eight hours every duy.
Mr. Sp"cr was In the first batch of
emlgrunts thM cuno from New England
to Lawrence to oppose slavery In
Kansas, and was conspicuous both
personally nnd with his pen in the
tight for a free state.
USES A OiRCUS POSTER.
Pastor's Sensational Announcement of
Campaign Against Satan and Bin.
Jlcv. C. M. Starkweather, of the Sherman
Street Methodist church, of Milwaukee,
Wis., who tecently attracted
a good deal of attention by forming a
church club under the name of tho
Christian Labor union, has a new fad.
It Is In tho form of a circus poster, and
announces to the world In language
bristling with adjectives that he Is going
to open a "hundred days' campaign
against Satan and sin." The meetings,
In the language of the poster, arc to be
"brief, bright and brotherly," and there
are to be "solos nnd sermons," bringing
"spirituality" for tho church members,
"saltation for the working men and
friendliness for everybody else." The
poster Is ornamented with a picture of
Her. Mr. Starkweather, who Is a young
man of more than ordinary comeliness.
He was formerly a reporter in Oshkosh,
and in starting his campaign against
Satan he has (he advantage of knowing
something of the game he is gunning
after. In speaking about his poster ho
said: "The object in going fishing is
to catch fish "
Ever person, big, little, old or
young, blat k or white, rich or poor,
who lus ever used Dr. Bell's Pine
Tar Honey pronounces it the best
cough and lung remedy on earth
It's true, too. so we guarantee.
Z Wayne Griffin & Bro.
A Uoobtfnl Debt.
Cholley Waldorf And how much
does Upson Oownes owe you?
Hoffman Howes Well. $40, borrowed
cash, and $30, poker money; but
I don't ever expect to git the last, as it's
merely a debt of honor. Puck.
A Gashing Hard.
Wade Itather uncouth title Barnes,
applause had been especially faint, the tho farmer poet, gives to his latest book
of verse "Natural Oas."
Butcher Oh. he's right! There isn't
any metre in the whole thing. Puck.
Grlbbs I've lost my umbrella four
times in the past two weeks.
Hml An umbrella that you
can find as often as that can't be very,
much good. Koxbury Gazette.
A Sore Indication Lacking.
"In love? I guess notl"
"IIoow do you know7"
"They never sit silent for a mlaulel"
Not What tie Wanted to Say,
8he (dreamily) Only fancy a
month from to-day we shall be marled.
He (absently) Well, lefs be happy
while we can. Illustrated lilts.
When your child i. eatinjr snap
pel or a piecceot brr.td put one ol llr
Hel's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it and if
there I any constipation 'here it will
pass off just as edy All dealers
them at a.sca vial Z Wajiif (Jrilliii
Niti.sjKi.t: en im:i.
A. S Tanner .in I wite. wi.l visit
relatives in OA'enboto thu wek
I. V. Stewart. Tavlor Mines U
visiting the lamily i V M. Ktevv.ut
Miss- Miirv Woodward is out Hgmn
after a short lilnc.
Rev. I P. Hicks filled his regular
rppointiuent ut Delilah, Sunday.
Quite a large congregation was ,jnes
ent, to him on hrfpti.Mii He
ably discussed the mbjt rt but carefully
avoided all expressions that would
wound the feelings ot those who did
not agree with him.
Aunt Francis Wallace is no better.
Miss Tessie Tichenor, who has been
sick (or some; time, is not improving
as rapidly hs her many trieuds desire.
The school at Sarvire Hill in charge
of A. 3. Tanner closed .Stturday with
upproplute exercises Mr. Tanner will
enter school at Poidwille in u shore
Hipsley Riggs is rapidly recoverinc:
Irom n Ir.ictuted limb which accident
happened while hu.tliii wood a lew
I'lie lipv nth I.euue elected it new
Pusidrtit und first Vice President
Sunday. MUs lame Stewart wis
chosen President ami Miss Lillie
Shaver lirot Vice Prtsiient
flood Old Cranny Mrtrall c6 years
obi, Iivipk ot 618 Mi ntoe ft net,
K,, Mjtithat I)i, Hell's Pine
Tar Honey ii the bent Riip cure,
ctiutih. lunu and rtmedy
thrit Iiiin Ihcu to the irople
iliirniK bet lile. Gitar.nttctl by. 5C,
Wayne Oiiflin & Bio.
I'llrsl Vllr.l IlrlilnB rile.
fiYXiPTiiM Moiklute; lntrne itch
ing and cHnBing,tuo.t at nightjwurre
by scratching. If allowed to continue
tumors form, which olten bleed and
ulcerate, becoming very aote. Swanr'n
Ointment 8t'jp the Itching and bleed-
in. heaiH ulceration, ana in moil
cues removes the tumors At
Sluts, or by in ill, lor 50 cents,
3wayue& Son. Philadelphia.
tuid Reluval of TsleirSDhv of Delwr. O.
oflrs,ooarse f RK to all who will eotT
SSSLB alli.k Tnn.tn.. .!.!. I . I.. dl ltadSdlSl tkli ( 1 14 aft f. t
for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS, DOOyKNOW tint Paregoric.
Satcraan's Drops, CoJfrcy'a Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine? ,
Bo Von Know that opium and morphine arc stupcf) Ing narcotic pclions ?
Bo Von iTimsv that In nioit countries drucgUtt arc not pcrmlttid toscll narcotics
Sfllhout labellug theiu poisons ? v
Ho Von Ittiowtlut joa shou'd not penult any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your ph tlclan Luow of what It Is composed
Bo Von ICilowlliat Caitorlalta purely vegetable preparation, nnd that a Hit of
Its Ingredients Is puMlihcd with every bottle t
no Von Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr, Samuel Pitcher.
That It has been la uic for nearly thirty jcars, nud that mors Caitorla Is now sold than
of all other remedies for children combined ?
no Von Know thit the Patent Office Department rf the UnlUd States, and of
other countries, have Issued eicla'Ive right to Dr. Pitcher and his aulgns to use the word
" Cnstorltt " and Its formula, and tint to imitate them Is a state prison ufeme r
To Von It now that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castorla had been proven to be nunolutcly harmless?
no Von Knnw that 35 nvcrngc docs cf Castorla are furnished for 33
cents, or one cent a dose?
no Von Knnw that when possessed of this perfect preparatlon.yourchlldren msy
be kept well, snd that ou may have unbroken ret ?
Well, these tlilinrn are worth Vnovv Ing. They are facts.
it on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
$1.00 FOR TOM PHOTOGRAPH.
Wrlto us a lottor covorlng these, three, points:
First. Stato how long you havo known, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A. Simmons
Second. Stato diseases you havo known it to.curo and glvo tho names of
those, cured by it.
Thibd. Glvo your opinion as to tho dlllcrcnco between Its strength and
action, and tho strength and action of tho "Liver licgulator" mado by J. II. Zeilin
& Co., nnd tho "Black Draught" mado by Chattanooga Mcdlclno Co ; both of
which have sold to dealers at 0 or 7 cents per package, net, and should retail at
not over 10 or 13 cents, if consumers aronot Imposed upon, whllo our Original
article cannot bo sold at less than S3 cents per package, as wo havo too much regard
for human Hfo to uso cheap drugs in any of our medicines. Tho reason is
plain; Zellln & Co. nnd tho old proprlctorsof "Hlack Draught" wcro both enjoined
Irom deceiving tho public by using tho words constituting our trado namo ; therefore,
look out thatoomo dealer (not knowingyott aro posted) don't soil you somo
cheap package at a profit of S00 or 400 percent., instead of otirGcnulno "Dr. M. A.
Simmons Liver Medicine," which you bo suro to specify, and tako no other, as
thpre is nothing clso liko.lt.
On receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you frco 01
charge, a $1.00 package Liver Medicine, or on receipt of letter without photograph,
we will mail you a U5 cent package, free.
Sco tho ailments, caused by indispositions of tho Kidneys, Ltrcr, Stomach, and
Bowels, which Dr. M.A.Simmons Liver Mcdlclno has invariably cured sinco 1840.
Sick Headache. Palpitation' op tub Heakt. Dkowsiness.
Indigestion. Cold Feet. Enlargement op L1vr.1t & Spleen. Sleeplessness.
Low Spirits. General Lassitude. Dullness. Heaviness.
Tired Feelino. Souit Stomach Dad Taste in Mouth. Constipated Dowels.
5ein& Eves Yellow Biliousness. Loss of Strength & Flesh.
Coate d Tongue. Pains m Side & under Shoulder Blades. Foul Breath.
Glimmering before the Eves. Weight in Stomach after Eatino. Torttd
Liver. Flesh Soft & Fladoi. Acute & Chuonio Malaria. Bile cominq
cr ih Mourn. Nervous Headaches. Memory Clouded & Indistinct. Wind
Colic. Piles, dy Ccrinq Constipatiov Producing it. Kidney Diseases.
Fullness of Blood in Head. Numbness of Hands, Arms & Feet. Belching
up Gas. Bloatino or Stomach after Food is Taken. Irregular
Heartburn. Dimness of Vision. Dizziness tro.v Suddenly Gettino
Up. Suffocating Sensations. Disro.NDENCY of Pkeonant Women. Nausea
Before or After Eating. Vertigo. Yellow Jaundice. Deficiency or
Perspiration. Female Complaints. Bad Colds. Backaches so Cosimon to
Mothers. Flatulency. Loss of Appetite. PaiV.s & Aches in Joints.
Chilly Feelings Dovnthe Back. Limbs Feel too Heavy. Cramp Colic-Skin
Dry & Harsh. Biliou3 Fevers. Paleness. Weakness. Thinness.
Detestation of Food. Sudden Flushes ofIIeat. General Debility.
of Teething- Children. Dvspepsia. N Envoi's Depression of Tired
Women. Unpleasant Dreams. Spitting up of Food After
of Children, nr Removing the Cause. Gnawino Sensations in Stomach.
Puffiness & Dark Rings Under the Eves. That Restless "Out of
Sorts," Not Sick and Not Well Feeling, so Common with Over-worked
People. It Builds up Weak & Debilitated Mothers and Fathers & Pale and
Enfeebled Children, by Perfectly Regulating the Action of the Kidneys,
Liver, Stomach & Bowels, so that all food taken is naturally assimilated.
0. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., Prqps., ST. LOUiJS, M0.
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tb. Mat. ftrllkl, ILbl Slab,,,
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a.s.(.ra 4.a!ladbadaf alaibl.t.
W. V. AHUUON A CO., CUrt la. IS, C.l.k.a, O.
On 8cho idhip in the Leximr'on
Business Call at this 1 fiice
' or j artic t rx It will pay you tf
Whenever a druggist tells you he
has something justasgoodlorcoughs,
grip, etc., ns Ur. Bell's PineTarllons
ey don't you believe it, for we guar-,
ante that is is not true. We make
the gsnulne inrt authorize ll druggists
to guarantie it. Tnc L. H.
Suthtr'iaud Co , Paducah. Ky.
Pur sale by Z Wayne Griffin &B o
Auyore finding a bracelet with the
word "LaUra" woven on it, wil
please leave same at this office. II
was lust during Fair week. tf
"How s Cnre nil Nklii IHseasra,"
himply apply "hwaync's Ointment."
No internal medicine rtijuir
ed Cures tetter, eczema, itch, ul
THE NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE &mZte&
IU great healinjr and curative powers
are possessed uy no oiner rcmcuy.
Ask your druggist for Swaynk's
OwTUWNv 34 ivt.
b extent. U L.MAY, Del.w.r., Ohtc, I (
I i Sclcntlflo American
I fL Anenoy Top
ror inmrmatma iui i rros iisaatwoK writs to
MU.SN 6t CO, Ml llnoiDwlT. NSW Vosc.
OMcit btlretii for seciirloir pot. nls In Aai.rlrs.
Kvory patrni taken out by u. Is lirousbt betors
tlio iiubllo hf a notice given frso otcbugs U lb
j? tkwtliit miham
Lsrseat rlrrulstlnn of snr scKnUfla psrr In U
world. tnlcnJWIr llluitnitol. No lnt.lliz.nl
asn bhoul.1 bo without I- WMkly. fil.OOtv
AdJms, UUXV 4 CO.,
'vbluuuu, 301 lirjsdwsr. Now Yoik Cur.
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sary. Tell your wife about It. Your grocer sells It.
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An glegeuvr ili? -
,teBin Vahogany parlor gait.
Somebody will get this magnificent present I'RIJH and everybody
ho makes a purchase of $$ or over will have n chance to Ret it; the
drawing to be held January 1, 1S96, before n committee oi
representative citizens, at the
When it (iorru & k
V O'limUtt i i
d School PurnUutr win Pi
U .i litd loom hit or $lo5' "i .1 iml.
.ike ou l.el good cvtr tliui vim li k ... 1 he
ihe fvJame ot 1he Hext
w . 1 -ill
v. 1 jie jus!
s mplcs ol our unequaled wliuh t niveau ih'IIkum house full-The
finest line ol parlor bints, l'loor nnd Sun. ping dtsks and
Book cases ever in Owitiibom COUK THOU jikI UIIKKAI. TRKAT
MliNT FAIR and HONKST Deaii k, and Well M.idc Goods.
The VKRY I.OWKST Prices.
LOUISVILLE FURNITURE I10USK,
B. S. WOLF.H2 W. Main, Owensboro.
"Bread Is the Staff of Me," hUbTSS.
The Purest, Strongest and Best.
For alr b .
ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN.
VVil It- Annntmcfil in
ft 1. 1.
Ol November 4. 1096.
. Public interest will stratlilv increase, ami tho (linaiipnliilnit'iit ol thf
men whoso voles turned the scale at thu lat elfctinii, vvith iim rmulH
I the mlminiatratiou thoy elected, will niakc thocdinpaigii tho most exteiieely
i excitinc iu the history ol I ho country
THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE,
The leadiofj Republican family newspaper ol the United States, will publish
nil tho political news of the day, interesting to every American citizen
ot party affiliations.
Aleopeneral news in attractivo form, foreign correspondence coverinj;
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