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Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana OB LITER DISFASE bad breath bad taste In ihe month tongue coated pain under the boulderblade in the back or mistaken for rheumatism sour stomach with flatulency aad waterbrash indiges tionbowels lax and costive br turns headache with dull heavy sensation restlessness with sensation of having left something undone which ougbt to have Ken done fullness after eating bad temper blues tired feeling yellow ap ucaranceef skin and eyes dizziness eta Not all bat always some of these Indi cate want of action of tbe Liver For A Safe Reliable Remedy can do oo harm ancl has never beea kcown to fail to do good Take Simmons Liver Begnlator AJf EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOB Bowel Complaints Sick Headache onstipation Biliousness Kidney Affections Jaundice Mental Depression Colic A FHYSICIA3TS OPINIOK 1 been practicing medicine for twenty vezis md never been able to put up a vcgeta ye coapooad that would like Simmons Over Regulator promptly and effectually move the to action and at the same time aid instead cf weakening the digestive and asslmilatire pcros of die system LMi HISTOX MD Washington Ark ONLY GKKITDTE Has our Z Siamp in red on front of wrapper JEZeilin Co Philadelphia Pa SWAMP LIVER AND I BLADDER CURE Read Symptoms and Conditions Specific will Believe and Cure if Uftn arc threatened Tvitb or already have II lUU Brigbfs disease or Urinary trouble it have sediment in urine like brick dust II lull frequent calls or retention rlistress or pressure in tbe parts limbs blout Vnn naTO iJups Bacfc Hheumatism I 1DU iog Aching Pains in sick or hips If VnntaveDiabetesorDropsrf Ixxly 1 Icxit I 1UU or scanty or high colored urine If Vnii1laT8MaIariaToTi3 LiverDyspcpsia II Ague or Gout UVxu nave Irritation Spasmodic Stricture IT I Oil Catarrh of the Bladder If Vnii hare BLOOD humorsPimples Uloeis If IOU Seminal Weakness orSyphiiis If Vnit baveStonein Kidney Gravel in Blad II lull ier Stoppage of urine or Dribbling if yn have poor Appetite Bad Taste Foul I lull breath or iiUenioi Slime Fever Clliirff UP quickly a rundown constitution CUIiuO Dont neglect early symptoms ETIST Doss GOES BIGHT TO THE SPOT Prfjared at Dispen omimnded by renowned pifociaQSvliiTjUicU Guide to Advseefraj HI Genuine bayc Dr Kilmers likeuess on nil outside and inside wrappers Cfllrl bv all DsrcGisTs and DE EILSEB t Co UtllU Bingharotoo X V Large 5Oc extra large 1 IS MISSOURI PACIFIC EAILWAT iaplsced in effect the following lov r teslic tween points on its Ihies tt KUBMMCity Jowph Laotn and Omaha Loula Pueblo Colorado Springy Ituvv7 I i AtrhlMn nj lt tthd Pueblo Coloriulx sad Dcnvfr LCtM CARTERS H isssM IVER PIUS CURE BdcBeadacheasd mlieTBsn ihetronblea tat to state of the srstem raahai Kanaoa DUtoeaaftw Sain toSi SdaTtcTwliiS toSrSS Lw bees aooirn la codDg SICK jtt a of thesoz regulate theboweto tba g complaint butfoita ACHE that herote wbara Ocrpmacureltwafle Mia are very smmn or two pilte makes doaa not gripe or Sold 51 PERKINS JOYCE 5300 SHOE jed The only Fine Calf the j B Heavy Scam ot Thread r out StocBSngs une ade by nted to stvU UUL un and wear made very Pair Warranted WABRANTEB M SHOELACE MUSTACHES Only a Few Chinamen Can Raise Whiskers Qoone Tungs EightInch Mnttache Wlnjr Sines CalwaynLee Kees Im Hair the Chief Delight COPYRIGHT 1880 Special Correspondence HE ingenious man who shall succeed in the invention of a wash or compound of any kind which will cause hair to grow on the human face can reap a substantial re ward in Mott street Should the lucky man choose to go to China he can re turn in a year the owner of fabulous sums to say nothing of the gems of priceless value which will be show ered upon him by the grateful China men If there is any man in the world who desires a mustache a whisker or a goatee it is the almondeyed Celestial Hair from time immemorial has tbe Mongolians chief delight Of all the dwellers in semitropioal climes the true Chinaman has been cursed by the lack of ability to raise a beard Cruel Dame Nature has placed the hair follicles too far apart in kis face for tb4 culjvation of a thick growth If perchance he has by care ful nurture and persistent care coaxed hair to grow on his upper lip or chin the individual sprouts are further uipart than they are in the face of a white man and much thicker In fact the ordinary Chinamans mustache resem bles in regard to the tie growth of hair on anelephants back where there is a barren waste between each hair The Chinaman covets hair on his face because1 it is regarded as a symbol of authority and power The gold foil Joss in the orthodox temple in Mott street has a cgolden mustache which droops as large around as a lead pencil A BASEBALL UUSTACHE upon his breast The pod of war at his side is also blessed with a most surpris ing1 beard which strays all over face like a brush heap in distress Some four centuries ago five hundred thousand Wanchoo Tartars swept into China and conquersd two million Chinamen Tha Tartars coming from a colder climate than that of China had a greater capacity lor raising beards The Tartars were quickly assimilated by the swarming Chinese and with the assimilation came a slightly increased capacity for raising Hair This tendency has been fostered through all the succeeding aes until by assiduous cultivation the big chiefs are now able to raise a leadpencil mustache This privilege however is only enjoyed by men of high caste It would be as impossible for an ordi nary Chinfee lanndryman to raise a mustache like that of a Bowery dime museum woman a9 it would be for a cow to handle a musket A MPSTACHE EIGHT IHCHES IOSO The most ornate upperlip adornment worn by aresident Chinaman of New York is owned by a former priest in the orthodox temple His name is ftuong Tung tes mustache is eight inches long and just about the general propor tions of a rats tail It is kept in splendid condition by its proud proprietor None but the costli est cosmetics and oils are ever allowed to come in contact with this ornamental appendage Whenever he goes out for a rjromenade down Mott street this QTJOXO TUNGS MUSTACHE fortunate Quong is the admiration oJ all the opium eaters in the street With he strokes tbe rattail with a lovers touch and a smile of conscious pride mantles bis mahogany faco as he spurns the side walk The wicked little boys on the Bowery say ironically as he goes by Ah there Chang Wherod ye git the shoelacen But among the seven thousand China men in New City Quong is the only man whocan raisea mustache over half an inch in length Indeed the mai jority of hairs in Mott street mustaches are not more than onequarter of an inch in length There is scarcely enough length of hair to tieklo a ladys cheek provided that it was necessary for a 1vundrytaan to salute a woman in the American fashion The hair grows out just long enough to become per ceptible to the naked eye and then grim fate stops the growth This is rather rough on John and he can not become reconciled to it and is forever striving to stimulate its growth A CHISAMAX WITH C ALWAYS There is one individual in Chinatown who succeeded in bringing out if pair of Ualways or sidewhiskers in front of his cars These black blocks on his saddlecolored cheeks are about one inch wide and inches long These precious hairs are brushed and oiled carefully every day with scarcely any wear upon the brush Once a week the itinerant Chinese barber who goes around with his tools under his arm in a little lacquered box is called in by Wing Sing the proprie tor of the whiskers and carefully fixes up what there is of the Galways Wing Sing is very proud of his whiskers but he does not obtain the distinction en joyed by his forefathers because his whiskers are not fierce looking and do WING srsG 3 SIDE not cover a largo enough area to be a prominentfeature of his face OXLT OXE CIUXESE IMPERIAL Lee Kee of New York City weart an imperial His can hardly be called by so dignified a name because it is only as large as a thimble Curiously enough while the owner of the thimble imperial is a comparatively young man the hair is gray A cyni cal observer says that the hairs are slowly dying of loneliness and grief Lee Kee would like to raise a mustache but Joss has declared otherwise To show his passionate desire for hair on his upper it is siaid that not long since an American ivith a long silken mustache called upon him Poor Lee Kees eyes were fastened upon the mus tache with unalterable longing After thP3had become slightly ac quainted Lee approached the American and placing his hands upon his shoul ders dre his lips over the mustache of his new friend AAROS WITET OF GENERAL INi ERSST millions of money are spent in London in three months in search of pleasure farming pays in En gland Prom a single strawberry farm at Orpinston the proprietor got 500 tons of fruit an amount which at four cents a pound represents a turnover of more tHanS45000 in Fayette County Pa are alarmed over a peculiar disease prevail ing among cattle especially among calves Tbe trouble is first noticed in the stiffening of the joints of the fore legs the whole bddy the animal finally becoming useless mechanics visited the Art Gal lery a few days ago aad stood before The Angelus in silence fora few min utes Thats a fine picture sa d one thats tbe real thing Aye so it is rejoined the other You can almost hear the whistle blow to quit Buffalo Cour er the Mont Saint Bernard Monas tery the Cistercian rule only a shade less severe than that of La is rig dly observed From six p m until a m is the great silence which tnone may break save under grave neoes sity One meal in winter and one and a half as it is called in suiomer is the daily allowance the close of a fair in South Bos ton tbe other evening the unsold articles were offered at auction and a round lot of cream pies were knocked down to a gentleman who seemed par ticularly anxious to get them My wife made these pies be said and gave them to the fair but as she never makes any of this quality except to g ve away my only chance is to buy them And then be sat down and con sumed a couple in Post bootblacks will soon monop yolize the bus ness of shining in this city because as a rule they do much more satisfactory work than the native bootblacks eitherwhite or colored says tfae New York Tribune In the first place most of them wil carefnly scoop off the old blacking when they see it to be necessary without being asked They spend fully twice as much time over a job as do their American rivals and end up with oiling the seams and brushing your clothes all for five cents authenticated case of a human nose that had been cut off being re stored is told of in a medical paper Operations the character are often heard of Viiisalmost invariably the re ports confirmation The patient vas a young man employed in a cotton rflil and the operation was performed Dr Kelley of Griffin Ga The orsran was cut clearly off by a rapid re volving belt and had remained where it had fallen for about an hour It was washed carefully and every antseptic precaution used and healed in the course of a week buzzard is not commonly re ported as a particularly valorous or vo racious bird bird so long as its wouldbe victim is alive Nevertheless it is re ported from Georoia that some farm hands trying to find whose was the pig they heard squealing in so agonized a way actually found it in thetop of a sweet frum tree bMng eaten alive by a buzzard They Kioned the and away it to another tree with the pig in itsclavs Further investigation shaved the buzzard had attacked a whole littp carrying off the above one and tearing three others almost to deatli a fake dime museum in New York one of the devices for roping in the unwary is an alleged fishing pond You pay so much for trying your luck and then in one of the many familiar ways you come out owing the museum a dollar or so which of course you neednt pay unless you are greener than grass Well the other day a man who looked like a countryman but wasnt strayed into this place and the fishing pond fakir tackled him with Want to try yer luck fishin boss only twenty five cents No was the response Guess you dont know what kind of fish you kin ketch boss Oh yes I do was the quick reply Suckers are caught in that pond Goodday six months ago says the Pho tographic News a man was found dead in bed in a common lodging house in South wark The body was photographed by the police and buried as unidenti fied About a month ago a woman whose husband has been missing for twelve months was shown the photo graph at Scotland Yard and identified it as being the portrait of her husband who was insured for She made an affidavit obtained the money put on widows weeds and mourned her hus band as dead About a fortnight since she was startled by her had been to and it is only fair to the widow to say that she at once recognized him and received him in the most affectionate manner The most disagreeable part of the busi ness will probably be the returning ol the CURES FEHISANENTLY BRUJSSS and Pcis jtJ 1SSS I TIS ra fall from t t tiini in bctL DoctAr rUu i jc d i 1 fai1 cureO mi II tCAXVETX The d i a isss I lirkirl by a en riin knee ftnd could n t valk fir fcico ilrrs two tt Jucubs Oil curtU I LANUDOX AT ASH THE CHARLES 4 VQGELER CO Ballracrc tot TO THE AFFLICTED aybig fees to quacks when tbe best edicai treatment can be had for reason able pricesof The Peru Chemical Co pre pared from the prescriptions of Dr Will physician of worldwide repute suffering from Seminal and Nerrous Debility Loss of Memory Despondency etc from early indiscretions or other causes also Uinnf C ICtn UCU who experience a weakness MlUiJLLAbCU Mtn inadvaDceofUietryearaKid ECT and Bladder troubles etc will find onr Method of Treatment a Safe Certain and Speedy CURE Bxpetieoce proves tiiat in ternll medicines will Dr Williams hriio baa Riven special attention to these diseases for many years prescribes Semi nal Pastilles which act directly upon tbe diseased organs and restore Vigor better than Stomach Medicines as they are not changed bythe gastric juice and require no change of dieter interruption In holiness HOME TREATMENT SSSSHSSl costing from C30dto C1540 used with nn fsilmgsncceflsforovertblrtyrears In Dr private practice Give them a trial CDEPICIP Un Dl OrCuiriU nUiDI recentcasei in one to four days IITCDIilC Bnre Core for all forms ol UltnlNC tUlnUrniU Female Weakness etc Call or write f brCatalogne and Information before Consulting others Address PERU CHEMICAL CO 189 Wisconsin SHEET MILWAUKEE WIS A Chicago druggist retailed 2000000 of B F KeesliDgand Cullen Cosole Agents in IJogansport S MU s nvcl i consul LORD iBTI 3 In ID Rudolph CHICAGO BE SURE YOUR SIN Jtnown If you have Evil Drcama Losses Impotent full of Fears Undeveloped or Stnnteo Victim of Kxcess or Contagious Dis ease TOO can escape all Conttquencet by onr Exclusive and Successful Jfetaadt for Jfome I OUR MEW BOOK WILL FIND YOU OUT UfUAT HAVE YOU WlTRADE ror some at the choicest lands In botii clear and tncnmbered improTed ind unimproved tySenJ an is A B Bazlne Nest IDS Oluci PENNYROYAL WAFERS Prescription of a who has had a Ufa loc3 experience in trentingfemal9 diseasesIs used monthly with perfect success by over 10000 ladi s Pleasant safe effectual Ladies ask Cist for Pennyroyal Wafers an tate no substitute or inclose pos1 ace larsealpdparticulars Soklb all dnizgists SI per box Addrc1 rCTtinAT CO DciEorr ibci For Sale bjJB F K Cpslij Dr G McLanes Celebrated LIVER PILLS WILL CURE A few doses taken at the right time will often save a severe spell of sickness Price only 25 cents at any drug store Be sure and see that Dr C McLANES CELE BRATED LIVER PILLS FLEM ING BROS Pittsburgh Pa is on the box None other is Genuine Use IVORY POLISH for the Teeth TH for DRi SCOTTS beanUloi Electric Corsets Simple tree to those be miiiB Xo rfjt qoiclc said Territory pEisaMsajon guaranteed Address DRSCOTT342 Broadway StHY B1BY CARRIAGE I make a specialty of manufactur ing Baby Carriapei to ncJl direct lo private pur Vou can therefore dobetter with me tuan with a dealer Carriages Delivered Free of Charge to all points in Uie Cnitod States ienrt for lllutaraLed CHUil3ue rt CHAS RAISER Mfr 6264 Cljrbourn Art Chicago IL ALBLEMSHIi lor ih ot Hair dtT McrVP Facial De Con their for lOcw Kt TVtrk City nnd Scalp at Ior the j r by mail HO tynttt TO WEAK MEN gnfferiug from the effects of yoathfnl errors early decay wasting weakness lotttmanhood etc I will send a valuable treatise sealed containing full particulars for borne core FREE ot charge A splendid medical work read by every man trho is nerrons sod debilitated Address rrof F Ct FOWUat Moodus Conn HOFFMANS HARMLEST HEADACHE POWDERS ths Best CURE ALL HEADACHES hsyarenotaCathartir Lake Erie Western Railroad Co NATURAL GAS ROUTE 3 Condensec Time Table Is EFFECT MARCH 1st 1890 Solid Trains between Sandusks and Peorla and Indianapolis and Michi gan City DIBECT Connections to and from all points in the United States and Canada Trains Leave Logansport and connect with the L E W Trains as follows WABASH E B 1130am am Arrive Peru pm arn L E W R B Leave Pern North 10Manr Sonth II50 a m WABASH R B Leave Logansport S45pm 750ani ArriveLaFarette 455pm 930 a m L B W B B Leave Lafayette East Bound West pm EL C FABKEB Traffic Manager C F DALY Ast Gen Pas 4 T Agt INDIANAPOLIS DTD KEMEDI OSIXITE CVKX FOB BRIGHTINE DIABETES mmwTTH Correspondence I DfonpaUoo free Usnl discount to ndred ATMT A CO 18 LASnlle Street Chlcittfo Ill Shoes sire everr pair amped on bottom CAUTION has his name ana price W L DOUGLAS SHOE GENTLEMEN Fine Calf and Laced Grain Tae excellence and wearing qualities of tills shoe cannot be better shown than by the strong endorse ments of Its thousands of constant wearers OO Genuine Haniinewed an elegant and lish dress Shoe which commends Itself andflewcd Welt A toecalf nnequallcd for style ana aurabiHiy Ooodyear Welt fs the standard Shoe at a popular price Poiicemnnrs Shoe Is especially adapted for railroad men fanners etc All made in Congress Button and lAce SCOO O d HKBdH nnequal have been most favorably recelTed since Introduced and the recent Improvements mate them superior to any ehoes sold at therc1 AsJt vour Dealer and If hta supply you send ilrectto factorr navertised price or postal for order W Mass For saie ur T B WINTERS PEfiFECT MANHOOD t Elderly men who eufferinii from ihc effects of youtliful follies or ex cesses of maturer jean and now end their man IT decreased and who are troubled with terrSle dminiinnJIosBW you can be perm aDentlj restored to KEKFFCT ULAXHOOD at hone nitkont exponre toweaTtSit b15I cTiiK approved methods teMefl and proven In neartT jtenrB practice EeuiblUhed Th CtrSifle trTou and Special Diseases If in need at medical aid send for Qnestlon Hat you CM describe tie ofron pS ticular disease to fie Consultation free and Hours 8 to 8 SuniSja u to 12 Address F D CLARKE MD 186 S Clark St CHICAGO IUL 23 8 t CrS O E GOLD MEDAL EXPCSiTfoN 1385 TUP MOST 0 PESS YES where for In i or for F t They do Ben Kisber 311 Fourth street NEW PENSION THOUSANDS NOW ENTITtED WHO HAVE NOT BEEN ENTITLED for forms for application and fall information WM W DUDLEY LATE COMMISSIONER OF PENSIONS Attorney at Law Waahinfftna DC thli Paperl CiTOPS AIL CURES i Conorrhei in 3 days No Stricture XoPain SURE Adopted bytheGcr foe PSC is put up far American tragic in a patent bcttle hold ing syringe see cuy A I druggists S100 sentscajed IThe Von IBohlCcmpany Cincinnati Sole Anerlcaa Igtnts B F KEESLING Agent Logansport Ind The bV BZFOBS mdwcivMon overexertion fAi Bix packages Guaranteed to Curt lehen all o Fad Ask your Druggist for TIM Gret Ei Prescription take no substitute One package Sfcr br mail Write for Pamphlet Address Eureka Chemical Co Detroit rw tale by B F Sealing S CJottoaa XiOOt COMPOUND iposed of Cotton Boot Tuny recent discovery oy old pbnidu It successfully Sate EffeetoiL Price bymafU sealed Ladies aak TOOT druggist for Oookl Cotton Boot Compound and take no snbstttate or InolOM 2 stamps for tealed partioalan Ad dnx FOND COMPANY No 3 Filter Block 131 Woodward are Detroit IQcb liotxl YiAiinul Ac quietly at home on All Private JDlneantem ex cuco IS il Wmsted C TWIIS Gorao JUST No 42 N T Boston Mmlted dallj 258 a m 34 yt wajne Accom ex Eniidaj xm 46 Toledo Ex except Sunday 11 a m 44 Atlantic Ex dally pm 68 Local FrelgJit except Sunday 9 2Spnt eorso wiBT Ko 45 Pacific Express daUj 750am 41 Kansas Cltr Ex except Sunday 359 pm 33 Lafayette Accom ex 6f6pm 43 St Louis limited daar 1056 p 69 Local Freight ex Sunday j LOGANSPORT Gorao No 52 Boston limited dally 26 Detroit Accom ex Sunday 54 New York dally 66 Atlantic Express dally QOLNO WIST No 61 Msil Ezpress ex Sunday 53 ChL A St L dally 55 Pacific Express dally 25 Accomodatlon tially 3O5a 1155 a I a m 340 pa p m t ffl a m HIRES ROOT 6 The most TBKP3BANCB DRINK in the world Delicloua and Sparkling TRT U Ask yocr Druggist or for U C E HIRES 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