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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

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How's Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation, knowing that good health cannot exist without a healthy Liver. When the Liver is torpid the Bowels are sluggish and constipated, the food lies in the stomach undigested, poisoning the blood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassitude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is deranged. Simmons Liver Regulator has been the means of restoring more people' to .health and happiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency known on earth. It acts with extraordinary potrer and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED. As a general family remedy for J>yspeps)&. Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc., I hardly ever use anything else, and have never beeii disappointed in the effect produced • it seems to oe almost a perfect cure for nil diseases of the Stomach ana Bowels W. J. MCELROY, LEAENING TO DRUM. A. Few of the Principal Strokes Explained. CUBE CONSTIPATION. To enjoy bealtb one should have regular evucnutioaN every t\rentx> four hours. The evil!), both meiitul and pliystcal, resulting from HABITUAL CONSTIPATION •re many and serious. For the cnr« of this common trouble, Tutt'H J.lvcr Fills have trained a popularity nnpar- •Ileled. Elegantly sugar coated. SOU) EYESYWHEEE. At'least 3,000 men and boys of this city, says the Stew York Evening Sun, make their spare change playing the drum. To become a good drummer one must be nimble in the wrists and must do a good deal of practising-. The first thing to learn is the way to hold the sticks, which should be 15 inches long 1 , and shorfd be held as shown in the picture. The first stroke to learn is the mamma-daddy rule, which is done like this: Two taps with the left stick and two with the right, and so on until it is brought down to a roll to sound like thunder. The effect of a locomotive starting and finally gaining full speed can be produced by beginning this stroke slowly and ending up with the roll. If the pupil makes a mistake he must begin over again and do it until he has it perfect. Each time he must bring the end of the stick even with his eyes; that brings the arms in motion ^and helps him to limber up the sinews in his arms. When this is learned he nrus£ learn to make 5, 7, 0, ll, IS, 15 stroke rolls; that is, start off with, the left hand making two taps with each hand alternately until the number of taps required for each roll is reached. Once the mamma-daddy rule is thoroughly learned these rolls are easy enough. The next is what is called a flam. The stick in the left hand is held close to the drum and the right even with the eyes. The left touches light, while the AN ALBINO BABOON. He Will Probably Seek His Fortune in America AN EVAPORATING LAKE. A Large Inland Soil. Which JH Rapidly Din- appcarinjj. ! This mysterious lake is about one hundred miles long, and from thirty to forty miles wide. The lake lies in a yery barren and inhospitable country, in which respect it forms a great contrast with the surrounding regions, which are among the most fertile and prosperous of Africa, The lake is east o? Lake Tanganyika; and about sixty miles from it in about longitude 33 degrees east of Greenwich. The parallel of 8 degrees soutri latitude crosses the lake, and the sheet of water A Chacma That Has White Hair anil Skin, Pink Eyps anil Flesh-Colored Hand* —HI« Remarkably Gentle x Temper. From Kimberley, South Africa, the New York Evening- Sun hears of a baboon who should lose no time in emigrating- to this country. It is reported that ha intends to go to England as soon as he has made enough money in the colony to pay his traveling expenses | exteuds milch , ^gsrrs^SjS^^ss,- st lovmg nation than tne cynical island- would take maay days to go around fhe •cL :- , ' 11, i AII,- ,. , i. lake in a uan °e, but they never do so, «™ - vfin ^ i baboon ' ^ owi Dg to their enemies. It, wat.r s;t re cause his hau-and slan. are snow white J dark in coloFi brackish muddy and ^t , .^ 1<S rr resemble dressed ; qu it e undrinksble. A boy who"'went white kid. Eis eyes are pink and Ms into the lake to bri D g a specimen Q f Us face, the palms of his hands and feet a L and his callosities are flesh colored. No such baboon has nip little fortune*ho»fhefn nmdeu ork for UB, by Anna Pflffp, Auitln, ex«ii, and Jno, Honn, Toledo, Ohio, flCUl. Olhennrr<foin|TMwaII. Wfir .t you? SomB rum ov«r #500,00 a ontli. You « nn do the work and Ilva \t home, wherever you ««. Ev P n be- rs arc Bntlly cnrnlne from fi5 to dHT.AUapPi, Wtuifiowyouhow «nd Mtm you. Can work in apnrtf iim« or all ihf Mme, Hip mon«; for work- rr». Knllure unknown nmoDR lhi>tn. ,._0 » year Is I__..,. _, ... Goodw!n,V?y,N.Y,,at work for iw. +.v»»«., you iimy nwi make aa jmcb, but -wo can |teach you quickly how to rnrn from 95 to * 10 u ilay at the start, and more an you go n. Both Hexes, all agw, Innnypurtof niericH. you can commence nt home, fclv- ip 4>H your time,or npar« momenta only to ..10 \vork. All it M*W. Great pay StJRK for every worker. Wo BUirt y*u, fumldhlniT fvorythlnp. EASILY, Sl'E£DILV learned. I'AttneULAllS F1UJE. Address at once, ST1NSON ft CO., I'OItTLAND, JIAISE, IMPROVED ROOT BEER! INUOUIC. 110 BOIUreORtTRAINING EASH.YM/UIC ( THIS PACKA.CE MAKES FIVE GMI.OKS. ROOT BET The moat APPETIZING- and WHOZJISOJI3 TEMPERANCE DRINK la the world iPellcious and Spaflding. TRY Q[ Aak your Druggist or Grocer for U. C. E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA - -^=«i^— A rood many different Cooeh Remedies In my time, and I find that Br. White's JCnlmonnrln ia the best of all. It in pleasant to take and relieve* the conch At once, and does not constipate ibe bowelN. For Croup in Children it has ao equal. ooitt by B. F. Keesling and D.E Pryor. MANY A MAN will get well If he heeds, ordle II he Ignores, our warning. Xlrthodm Kxclutivt, ; durrrmy Unique. Thousands restored by ZTome frtatmrmt. Guaranteed Testlmoniala. ' I ' s mailed free for a Urn- THE CORRECT POSITION right strikes hard—not together, but nearly so, the left striking first. That is a right-hand flam. To make a left- hand one, reverse the positions of the hands, hold the right close and the left away. Then comes what is called a tap flam —that is. tap -with the left, flam with the right, and follow it closely with a tap with the rig-it. The drummer is apt to grow tired when he has to learn the paradiddle, which is in two forms. The right-hand paradiddle, which is in six-eight time, consists of a left-hand tap, left-hand flam. The left-hand 'aradiddle, which is done in common time, is this same movement reversed. Then there is a 'two-four paradiddle, or better known to the drummers of the present day as a flamaque, and is made this way: Left-hand flam, right-hand tap, right-hand tap and a left-hand flam. The right-hand flamaque, which is explained, is used more than the left, which is made by reversing the tactics, but is very seldom used. One of the most difficult rudiments to beat correctly, and one which often puts old-timers to thinking, is a flam paradiddle, better known as a flamdid- dle. It consists of a left-hand flam, right-hand tap and two left-hand taps. It sounds simple, but just try it. Then you come to what is termed a siSgle drag—two taps with the left, one with the rig-lit and one with the left. These must be reversed and run in together. A double drag is ' more difficult—two taps, one with tfte left, one with the right, two with the left, one with the right and one with the left. When one learns these perfectly and gets them so that they can be run in together without any break he may consider himself a good drummer. Of course, there are many fancy touches that can be put in, but that is •not good drumming. The heads of the sticks to be used should be oval shaped, as they will not wear out the head of the drum as fast as round ones would, and they are better in many other respects. The sticks should be cleaned off before using, ever been seen before, and it is therefore difficult to classify him. He probably belongs to the species of pig-faced baboons, who look more like dogs than pigs, and ara not uncommon in South Africa. This baboon is sometimes known- iftere es the chacma. The chacma belongs to the first of six species into which the baboons are divided. It has thirty-two teeth, like a man, a neck like a tiger's, a face like a dag's and enormous strength. It has usually been found savage and malignant, and, if captured when full grown, untamable. In a wild state it feeds principally on vegetables but in captivity becomes om- niverous. Even when at large it is not exclusively vegetarian, as it is very- fond of scorpions. It breaks off their tails, containing the sting, with remarkable promptness, and chews up the rest of the body with visible satisfaction. The ordinary ehacrua is of a grayish go a distance of three hundred yards before he could fill his bottle, and then he was knee deep in mud. The lake is apparently the shrunken vestige of a- much greater lake. Tree* were pointed out to the explorer as having a few years ago been at the water's edge, though they were now several mites from the lake. There are no hippopov ,-ami, crocodiles Or canoes in theVlark, uninviting waters, as far as Mr. Cross could ascertain. The mud on the shores is really a form of lime, and is covered with a crustaceous deposit of white salt. There had been no rain in the neighborhood for two years, and the Sonqne river, which enters the lake, seems to lose itself to a great extent in the sand as it approaches the lake. It may be inferred, therefore, that Lake Rukwa is rapidly evaporating. All the natives affirm that there is no outlet, and Cross thinks this is undoubtedly the fact.—Coldthwaite's Geographical Magazine. Macbeth's "pearl top " and "pearl glass" lamp-chimney^ are made of tough glass that costs four times as much as common glass; and the work on them costs a good deai more than the work on com mon chimneys, just as the work on a dress is proper tioned to cost of stuff. The dealer is right in saying he can't afford to sell them at the price.: of common glass chimneys. And v.-hnt will become of his chimney trade if his chimneys never bre-k ? He is apt to be wrong there. 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" ...Momlcello... 714! 1 00 9 5Qi " Idaville .or greenish black, as to the upper part / —Policeman (to boy on corner)—"Do of its person, and paler underneath. Its y° u P* a y checkers, young man?" ]Joy— face and extremities are violet black, ! " Yes . sir." Policeman—''Well, make a 1 move."—Brooklyn Eagle. PINE-APPLE 745| 1 30m5,ar,l,0g-ttnsportlv. AM I P5I AM PM | ar.*tt«ta 1030 940 5 SO 1014| 92« 440 9S7J902 352 9M 813(140 902 758 100 830 7251130- AM PM AM . FOR YOUR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA AND RICHMOND DIVISION. Westward. M pM Cincinnati Iv. *? 55f4 45*8 5Q Hamilton Richmond New Castle Anderson Khvood Kokorno Galveeton ar. 19 905 1035 1114 1146 1211 1245 6001000 7351130 835:1222 t?20 820 M 15,12 591 9 05 ,2§ 945 128 935 AM S* 10 SO 215)1020*120£ » — Freckles are caused by iron in the blood." "So? You must have swallowed a poker.— Epoch. It Is unexcelled as a CROUP EEMEDY. So pleasant that children cry for it. Cures all Throat, Lung and Bronchial troubles, and is pleasant:, positive and PKRFKCT. For sale toy J. i ? Coulson & Co. . febSd&wom Kokomo Elwood ................. Anderson ............ " New Castle ......... " Richmond ........ " Hamilton ............ " Cincinnati ...... ar CARTER'S ITTLE IVER PILLS. . JMIII* •!•»••> M'M^.. [OUR NEW BOOK and Diseases of Men treated and mrcd. Address to-day, £BIE MUEDICAI. CO., BufTalo. H.~K. MELTS TOO SOON. ARABIAN B@ ^the eyes being surroxinded by rings of a lighter shade. Its tail is lengthy and ends in a tuft. . While no white baboon has, it is believed, ever appeared^ before, most of the primary colors can be found on members of the race. Tho mandril, for instance, has bright blue cheeks, a red nose and bright red patches elsewhere. It is, therefore, not surprising that, after all this prodigality of color, a white b. 'loon should turn up. The Avbino is about seven months old and riot full grown. He was caughj by a Boer farmer in the Waterbury district of the Transvaal. The captoi had to shoot his mother, and it was lucky that he belonged to -a race of dead shots, for she was going to make short work of him. It is a misfortune that she took sxich a course of action, as she might have thrown some light on the mvstery oi her son's origin, his white coat and pink eyes. She was a chacma. Perhaps the most surprising thing about him is his gentle and equable temper. Baboons who have been reduced to something like tameness have never been qualified to boast of an even temper. They are remarkable for passing from a state of childish enjoyment! to one of senseless rage. When on« is kept in a domestic establishment it has to be tied to something solid, like a house, by a stout iron chain fastened at the baboon's end to a heavy leather belt which engirdles its waist. The good qualities, no lesa than the novel appearance, of OUT Kimberley friend have gained for him the patronage of- President Kruger of the South African republic, and other eminent personages. A. Happy THoug-hr- "I hate this house cleaning business," sighed a disconsolated husband. "Wife, let's go live in a tent." "Better live in con-tent." suggested I his wife, meekly.—Detroit Free Press, . TILES GRATES ETC. 224 WABASH AVE Pullman Sleeping Cnrs run on Xos. 3 and 1O, and Bufl'ct Parlor Cars on. -JT os 18 and 19. BETWEEN LOGANSPORT AND LOUISVILLE. Read Down . RcadUp : 10 PM "820 1255 330 659 AM 114 AM «945 125 345 730 Iv.... u ar.... ar.... J?M| Chicago ar ....Logansport ar. ....Indianapolis " .Louisville _.. Jv. IB •Pnf •510 J130 1105 730 AM i';i~ AJC *730 220 1130 PM CURE Set Headache and reliove ill to troubles Ind- flout to a bilious elate of the system, such S3 Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eating. 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