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Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana OK LIVER tebail breath bad taste In ngue coated pain undertha e in the bacfc or rheumatism sour stomach and waterbrush indiges bowelslax anil costive by turna with dull heavy with sensation of having left nnefullness after eating bad tired feeling yellow ap wof sfcin acd eyes ujzziness etc aways some of these indk BM want of actiou ot tbe Liver tor A Safe Reliable Remedy harm and has cover been file Siimoas Liver Reg nlalar AS EFFECTlAL SPECIFIC FOR Bowel Complaints Headache Jaundice Colic A FHYSICIANS been praclicmj medicine for twenty Ms 10 Eul up a at ivoulc like Simmom Ljvcr at thc the instead jEZeilia M Washington Art GENTTJTE or Z is red on front of vrrapper Co Philadelphia Pa 9RK1LMERS 8YHPTOH1 AS0 CONDITIONS TU WUI Belleye Cue U Vnnr lieart thumps after sudden effort I lUUl eMpebeatsor flutters if you havs neart disease faint spells fits or spasm Vnnteel though water was gathering II I UU around the heartor have heart dropsy ynil have Vertigo dizzy attacks ringing in M I UU ears disposed to nervous prostration appoplexy shock or sudden death If 1 nn have Neuralgia Numbnessin arms or II I UU limbs darting pains like Rheumatism OceanWeed prevents it goinz to the heart revved ataUpenwr GlTlDH TO HEALTU Free N Y Largs aOc Eitra Lugs 8100 fTTLE IYER PIUS CURE the troubles tncf to a billctu state of the system sucli 08 Lfefeaa n9n Drowalnesa Diatreaa after Mliig Pita in the Side ic WMla their Qoct able Bncceaa baa ahowa ta cmtBg SICK ei Carteta LitOe Uver MM SM rahable in Constipation nrring and pro complain tvrhile theymtao iUdisordereorthoBtomaclijitlmtLlatetlia mil regulaie the bowels HEAD niferbomtlitodlitrexsliig complaint tratforto and these little pills vala totohnomany that they irlH not be wil uzgtodowitticmtttiem Bat aftacallxlck head ACHE fcliotxmaof so many lives here is wheM great boast Oorpillacureifwhila totef taita liTer Pffla are very small ana OneortwopQlBinakoadoaa e and do not ot or aent by maO MEDICINE CO New York SMALL DOSE SHALL PRICE iTHE FRIEKD MORNING There is no dew upon the lawn The sun sbJnes bright totlay The clouds of eve are passed away Anil the nights chilling vapors gone From out the pleasant orchard grove The voice of sfnging birds arise 1 looked an3 lo I before my eyes The rcfaole wite world did blaze with love A voice ot saCftest music came 1 trow in Heaven it bad Its birth It was not as the sounds of AMI rrrapicd nay as witn flnme i it awako X MHjpr TAirc the peevish nLgUt or secret hate i DOT falo sun hhlnes bright Avrukfi oh morn iloth break Awftkt3 lo of life to ietrjT faith in man He birui lvboautlful He onuitt acrt dutiful in Thy life is but a span Kur him no crown to whom no strife with ihiil gentle voice me thought New iifhiunph all my soul did move New hopes old fears were quelled The uarkais of the niyrht dispelled And I did bur a anew to provo The Ifcori which thai voice had taught X MLnkles in Inter Qccun MYSTERY OF A DREAM Was It a Vision That Brought Jasper to His Ssnsea lor Perfection Syrinfee Jcee with every Prevents Stricture Curta ionerrbcea i in 1 to 4 Ask your Druggist address for 81OO AJdrMO MANUFfi CO LANG ASTER tt YOU tatjT SpBBlllatB BOMDS FROVISIOMS crdc with a reliable firm who have had ten e Chicago Who dtt o Illinois A WHYLAND A CO JCT Ills r oir Daily Market iO I am about to write the story of the one great mystery of my life I have told the story to many people but with one exception they havo all looked very incredulous Many shook their heads and not a few acted as if tboy thought me a trifle demented There ia one however is now sit ting near the table at which I am writ ing thai believes my story implicitly Indeed Edicna my darling wife knows full well that the story which 1 am about to write is true I can not tell when the knowledge that I loved Ediena Wyldmere was first revealed to me We were children together and as we grew older we seemed like brother and sister Even then she was all the world to me and how dear I was to her her own sweet lips have told me more than a hundred times Our joys and sorrows were shared together As happy thought less children we romped and laughed and many a time we mingled our tears in childish grief As the years rolled away our affection for each other grew steadily stronjrer and deeper At nineteen Ediena was as fair and pure as the moss spotless thing under the sun I almost worshiped her then but T was still younff and no thoughts of marriage had entered my head So beautiful a maiden could not long avoid attracting admiring suitors and among those who flocked around her was one Cyril Slaythorne the tall proud ariato cratfO master of Staythorne Hall which had been left him lit the death of his wealthy father I do not deny that I soon grew jealous of many of these fawning and natter ing suitors and of Cyril Staythorne in particular Most beautiful young ladies are naturally a trifle inclined to be flirts and Ediena Wyldmere was no ex ception Not but that she loved me as truly and dearly as ever hut never had I made a serious declaration of my pas sion and for a time she enjoyed the at tention bestowed upan her by those who had bpen smitten by her rae rharms of grace and 1 was poor a carpenters son and this fact alone in tho eyes of her parents disqualified me as a soninlaw Our Saviour was a carpenters son but this fact has not caused the calling to bo deemed more lofty than it was nineteen hundred years ago Edienas parents were on the outlook for a good match for their daughter and they looked with favor upon Cyril Staythorne They were too wise to come out openly and request Ediena to have nothing further to do with the poor carpenters son but in divers ways they did every thing they could to separate us and to install Staythorno in her favor I shall never forget the feeling of rage and despair that seized me as one day I saw Ediena pass seated in Cyril Staythornes handsome carriage with Staythorne himself by her sideI can not describe our next meeting Hov much I was to blame for what followed I now know but I then thought I had just cause for what I did Hot words were uttered and for the first time we parted In anger The next day I left the quiet New England town where twentyone years of my life had been spent A passenger train bore me a way out into the world I was goinganywhere that I might get away from the hateful spot that I had always known as home where so tnanY happy days had been spent with thn one from whom I thought fate had sep arated me forever I sought and obtained employment ifi a great city the crowded streets and hurrying rush of which seemed very strange and unnatural to me I tried to forget my old home and Ediena but I soon found i impossible to do so Strive as I might to tear her image from my bosom her fair sweet face was almost always before me Sternly I fought against the power thai seemed to be drawing me back to her Many a night did I awaken and sit bolt upright in the darkness of my little room with her plaintive cry sounding in my ears Oh Jasper come back to me It always seemed very real but I reasoned myself into thinking that it was all imagination I now know that many many times she uttered that very cry One day an accident happened to me I was passing along beneath the spot where repairs were being made on building when a falling board struck me senseless I was pickei up and carried to a hospital hut when I recov ered consciousness I did not know my own name My mind did not seem deranged I could remember events and people bat I could not recall the name of a sfngle person whom I knew They told me that I had been severely injcred and that doubtless as I im proved niy memory would serve rne bet ter For several days I lay there gradual ly growing better physically Tint in no way improving mentally Try as I might I could not recall names I ro membered my home Ediena Cyril Staythorno every thing but I could not speak the name of a single place or person although scores of times I seemed on tho point of doing so Finally 1 had so far recovered that 1 was informed that on the following day I was to be discharged from tho hospital Tho last night of my stay in the hospital arrived and ata very early hour I sought my couch and was soon fast asioep I am not naturally a dreamer but am a very sound slerper It did 1101 cm that 1 dreumfd that night but SIK ily 1 found myself in a familiar spot It was nisht and a thunderstorm was rapidly coming on The black heavens were seamcil with Hro and deep thunder an enraged monster I was on the old bridge which spanned a winding stream not far from ruy hosno Suddenly a flash of lightning showed me Ediena hurrying alony thn liriuVi Starled ami amazed that she should be there at such time 1 was about to make my piTsonce known when another flash sliOAcl i second person on the bridge Ilwinly 1 saw his dark mustachftl evillyhandsome face and plainly I heard Edienas cry of surprise and fear as ho confronted her midway on the trestle Then through the dark ness floated his triumphant exclama tion Ahah Kdiena Wyldmere 1 have you Twice 1 have asked you to be my wife only to meet with refusal and scorn Tonight I swear you shall con sent to marry me or you meet your death in the waters of Crooked river Then came another flash of light that showed ray darling struggling in his vile clasp To my ears came a cry that stirred every drop of blood in my veins Oh Jasper Save me save me In an instant 1 leaped forward and tore her from his arms at the same time I dealt him a terrific blow that sent him reoling against the railing of the bridge The rotten guard gave way and flinging up his arms with the look of unutterable horror on his Sa0k plain ly revealed by the vivid glare ho ut tered one wild cry and plunged down ward into the dark water Edtena ut tered one joyful cry Jasper Jasper Then she sank unconscious at my feet From that moment I knew no more until 1 awoke in the morning to find myself in the hospital And in the morning rny memory was fully restored to its natural condition I found that 1 knew my own name and the names cf my friends That day I left the hos pital I remained in the city H week and during the entire time my strange glas Macbeths pearl top and pearl glass lampchimneys are made of tough glass that costs four times as much as common glass and the work them costs a good deal more than the work on com mon chimneys just as the work on a dress is propor tioned to cost of stuff The dealer is right in saying he cant afford to sell them at the prices of common chimneys And what will become of his chimney trade if his chim neys never break He is apt to be wrong there He can afford to charge a fair price and give new chimneys for all that break in use Have a talk with him Pittsbnrg GEO A MACBETH 4 Co There may be other good Cough Remedies but there is no other that will cure a Cough as quickly and effectually as Dr Whites Pulmonaria This great remedy has cured thou sands of hopeless cases of consumption and brought joy and sunshine to many a home It has cured others why not you It is entirely harmless and pleasant to take and lar ger bottles for the price than any other and every bottle warranted Sold by 15 F rM K Prvor dream it me constantly Was Ediena in trouble Did she need my protection As a final result one night I boarded a swift train ind in the morning I stood by my darlings bedside She was just recovering from a brief but severe illness As she clung to my liand and shed tears of jov she sobbed reproach fully Oh Jasper Why did you leave me there on that bridge after rescuing ine from Cyril Staythornes hands What do you mean I hoarsely gasped scarcely able to credit my ears Then she described a scene just as 1 had witnessed and taken part in in my dream She finally said I was iver to Mabel Grays I intended to spend the night when the thunderstorm came up I dont know why I did it but I resolved to return home and I started out despite the protests of both Mabel and her mother I met Staythorne on the bridge He seized me in his vile grasp and I called for help Then you came and snatched mu from his hands at the same time off the bridge I caught one glimpse of your face as it was re vealed by the lightning and then I fainted When 1 recovered conscious ness it was raining and I was alone on the bridge And Cyril Staythorne I asked Was found the following day floating a corpse on Crooked river My story ends here I have already told you that Ediena is my wife I can not explain the mystery of my dream I can only write the question that I have asked myself a thousand times Was it a G Patten in Yankee Blade The Tllousrhtfvlt The guestsat downbuta rose hurried ly with an expression of alarm on his face I am afraxl rijoiihuu1 he said I have sat down on the wrong chair Its only Tommys pigeon eggs re plied the Iad3 pleasantly Dont niind it Jr Joues lie has plenty more of Tri ne s Iwasbad bruiicd I from telegraph poe iu buil Doctors din n Trioi i oil it Curi lav W 11 SCAXXELL The Ktrker Outwitted Merced OuL 291888 I kicked by a mule oB right knee ud could nut walk for three Bunered two weeksbat St Jacobs Oilcureu mecompletely k LAXQDOS AT DRUGGISTS ASU DEALERS HE CHARLES VMELER CO Battinira Intelligent Headers trill notice that a lo cure all of but only sncbt am from a disordered liver viz Vertigo Headache Dyspepsia Fevers Costiveness Bilious Coiic Fiatuience etc For ttiesc they are not warranted it ftiUiblc but are as nearly so as it lo nako n remedy Iricc EYERYTVKEKE GET WELLSTAY WELL Iteanbrtianr J f yon KAX ytmrur oldhave anv Weakness 7 axpJaiued in lOURKEWBDDKl tiin address A and je TIIE GREAT REMEDV by btmsanclssac teesfally anteedto cure all forms of Nervous Weakness Emla Elons Spermator of Youthful folly and the excesses of later years Givs immediate strength and rig or for Woods Phoa hodtne take no package six br Write foi Address TheWood Chemical Co 131 tve Detroit 2Ilch PERFECT MANHOOD TOBJte Mldil enured and Elderly men who are ineriniz from the of routhful follies or ex of maturer yeam ana now nnd thtlr manly nor decrwuwd ana who are troubled with terrible and losses you ran be permanently restored to KBFECT MANHOOD at home wltkaut xpoiare at lowent cot by Dr pprovcd tested and provan In nearly 40 ars practice tKtitablfrned 16511 Til Chronic and Special If in need if medioal aid send for QnMtton list i you can fully describe the symptoms of your par ular disenae to me Consultation free and sacred oars s to S Sundays 9 to 12 Address F D CLARKE MD 86 8 Clark St CHICAGO ILL PENNYROYAL WAFERS Prescription of who has had a life long experience in treating fenuds diseaaea Is used monthly witi perfect success by over 10000 ladies Fleuant safe effectual Indies Mkyxmr drug gist for Pennyroyal Wafers and take no mbettiute or Inclose poit Solder ftU droggiatj per box Address THE EUREKA CHEMICAIj CO DxraoiT MICE For Sale br B F Keeping Druggist i Cbeap kands and Homes in Ken tucky Tennesee ALABAMA Mississippi and Louisiana On the line of the Queen Crescent Boute can be found neif 3 of splendid bottom up land timber and stock lands Also the finest trait iiiirt mineral lauds on the continent for on favorable terms jfAKltEBSiwithaUtnysettineget a home IB the sonny South where buzzards and ice cai plains are unfenown The Queen S Crescent Route Is 94 Ulies th Shortest and Quickest Line Cincinati to New Orleans Time 27 Hours Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches an Sleepers run through without change llu Miles the Shortest 3 Hoars the Quickest Cincinnati to Jacksonville Fla Time 27 Hours The only line running Solid Trains and Tliroujj Sleeping Cnrs ONLY LIJfE FROM CINCINNATI TO riiattanoga Tenn Fort Payne Ala Meridian Miss Vickbure Miss ShreTeport La 20 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Lexington Ky 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxville Tenn i 18 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta au Augusta ia 114 Miles tlie Shortest Cincinnati to Annlston Ala 28 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmingham Ala Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Jlobile Ala Direct connections at New Orleans and Shreveport For Texas Mexico California Trains leave Central Union Depot Cincinnati crossing the Famous High Bridge of Kentucky and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain Boudoir Sltepers on all Through Trainf JOSEPH GILLOTTS STEEL PENS OLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION 1883 TUP wnsi PERFECT OF PENS i g g Fa YES Do Tcur at Home Tli y nil every thing r IT i ffhere Price IOC r or Streifttif Amount in Pickojes r for itiii ldr nr no liup Qualities They do i t jor sale br n Visher 311 FourUi Htreet NEW PENSION am THOUSANDS NOW ENTlTtED WHO HAVE NOT BEEN ENTITLED Address for forms for application and full information WM W DUDLEY TE OF PENSIONS Attorney at Law Waahiafftnn DC fMention this Faperl STOPS ALL unnatural disclmrges in 2A hours Adopted bytheGer manGovernmentfor Army use PSC isputupfor American trade in a patent bottle hold ing syringe see cut At druggists Si00 ttt CitiaiftgSjrrsrtfSjOT sent sealed forSI10 TheVoaMohlCompany Cincinnati Chia ficlc fc Gonorrhea in 3 NoStricture No Pain SURE B F KEESLING Agent Logansport InO The Great A successful Medicine used orer 30 years in thousands of cases Ourea Spermatorrhea JVerrouat Weakness Amwsicms Impotency and all diseases called by abuse4 E indisscreiiou or overexertion fA packages Guaranteed to Cttrp when au Fad Ask your Druggist for The take no substitute One package Six br mall Write for Pftirphlet Address Eoreka Cliemlcal Co Detroit JHlclu sale by B F Keesltng YOU ror of the choicest 1 aorta in bbth clear and Incumbered improved and unimproved fox Oar of prop ertythit we will JCxchaMEc LAWU KKH fcXOJES MKttCHAjCDISK LIVE AcdreflB A BL PABKER incVltaJii3LowlMuti i c f ic quietly at n All THA1KS N Y 4 Boston a m it Wajne Accom ex Snndaj a m UOING No 42 II 4ti M Atlantic Ex 68 Local Freight except Sunday 325 m oorso WKST No 45 Pacific Express dally a m 41 Kansas City Ex except Sunday 3S p re S3 Oifipro St Louts limited dally1036 p 11 69 LocalFrelgnt ex i IOGANSPOJBT WestSide eoota EAST Ko 6Z Boston limited dally 28 Detroit Accom ex 54 New York a in Atlantic eonre wfir No 61 Mall 4 Ezpwss ex 5S Chi St L dally M KidflcExpress 25 Aceomodatlon who has a diseased is to at once ialco means to cure it The function the Uyef clgncd to perform and on the regular eUjpftioa of which denrads cot only the general MBttttaT the body but the powers of the Stomaeft Brain and the whole nervous system sbam Tut and Tital imnoruace to huma HIRES HIRES IMPROVED ISt ROOT BEER IMUCKU M tOiUBCORSTRAlMltC tAJiLTMADC THIS PACKAGE UAKE5 GALLONS GOT BEf R The moat APPETI2TKO and WFOluSSOMB TBMPEEAJfCE DHISK In the world Delicious and Sparkling TRY W Aai your or Grocer for U C E HIRES PHILADELPHIA should run the risk for a this important organ but should promptly get ft box of Zr C Celebrated Uiwr made by FLEMING BROSn Pittsborzfa ami tfte according to directiona ttiey will yoa promptly ana permanently Around each box as at wrapper Giving foil description of of ft disearea Liver They can be ho4 of druggttfe of COUNTERFEITS made ia S FLEMING BROS Pittsburgh Pa IVORY POLISH PERFUMC3 THE BREATH ASK FOR tT DR S3ANDEWS ELECTRIC BELT Orer One Million Acres of Land in Albania the lattire Great State of the Sonth subject to preemption Unsurpassed cllmatp For Correct County Maps Lowest Bat s awl full particulars addres D i EDWARDS Gts Passenger Ticket Agent ojeen t Crescent Route Cincinnati o tiefirir fiitrwH f I f LT and cii inf frrrtf HIM i tricitv throoeh sM W t VIBOBOlSSTKrSKTI 6r we foiTeit fjOOO In and eases SCOTTS Electric DRSCCTT FACIAL BLEMISHES for Clie Skin nV SO rmu 1 TO WEAK I9EH SnUertoE from the effects of yoatliiol errors r decay lost manhood etc I wta Bend s nlnable tretie suled containing ftf A medical work should be read by ererj mm wto te nerrons uid debilitated V C FOWUEK Haodas CXHUiu GISF ALL HEAOiWSS hey arc not a Ctttwrfic Lake Erie Western Railroad Co NATURAL GAS ROUTE Condensec TimeTafcle Is ErrFcr yiaca lat Trxrs Saminsks arii ami InillanapoUs EEciiS gon City to and from aii poirta tn the United Stetes ano Trains Leave Logansport and witt L E t W Trains as follows WABASH B B Leave LOKansport pm113 am U Arrive f 5uav L 2 i W R R Leave Peru North Bonnd4H3pm Sonth Bound U 30 a m WABASH R B Leave Logansport A in ArriveLaFayitte Siia m 1 K 4 W H R Leave LaFayette BastBound IrJtpia West BoundSdOpm H C TARKEB Traffic C F DALY Ast Pa Jt r Arf SMtANAPOLIS IXD BRIGHTINE A NEW T TIXHIEV CAUTION W L DOUGLAS SHOE GENTLEMEN Grain Fine Calf and Tbe excellence and wearini cannot sfcown than bv t be rtrooif eaoorsc mpntoof Its of Shoe w cd Welt are most farorably recefveJ tlnce Introdnrad Sd thTreccnt improvemenM make them eocloalnif adrerttaed I f an Coon 10 nwnil mMphlrt MiDtB SLEOTBJin CO S3 si CNICABI li
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