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CA1BO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MOBNINtf, SEPTEMBER 21, 1882.
No Whiskey I
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron I Jitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case;,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire fur
whiskey and other intoxi
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has been thoroughly i.-i'. I
for dyspepsia, ind::;e-.t.''n,
biliousness, weakv.i -s:;, debil
ity, overwork, rheuniati.-m,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
W. F. Laxbdih. rtrer editor or c'ai Ui'li.itik
and iteambott pneQ,f r agent. Orleri for all
kludiof ttearaboat job printing (solicited. Office
at I'lautere Uotel, No. M Ohio levee.
BTAOK9 OF TUB KIVER.
The river marked by the gauge last
evening at this port, 16 feet 0 inches and
Pittsburg, Hept. 230 p. m River 5 feet
'J inches ivu1 rising.
Cincinnitti, Srpt. 23 C p. in. River 11
feet 10 inches ami falling.
, Louisville, Sept.. 23 (5 p. m. River 7
feet and falling.
Nashville, Sept. 23-0 pan. River 3 feet
6 inched and falling.
St. Louis, Sept. 23 -0 p. in. River 8 feet
9 inches and falling.
Tho City of Heloua for Memphis passed
down last night.
The Jari. V. Gaff lot t Cincinnati last ev
ening for Memphis.
The Golden Crown, from New Orleans is
duo this evening for Cincinnati.
The Hello Memphis for St. Louis is duo
up this morning from Vicksburg.
The Centennial from New Orleans will
arrive hero Monday night for St. Louis.
Tho V. P. Ilalliday from New Orleans
for St. Louis arrived last evening at 3
Tho IiU Darragh from Cincinnati will
pass down this mi train for Memphis, from
thoro sho goes to thu Arkansas river. "
Tho Hudson for St. Louis will leave hero
this morning. Capt. John Griffith com
mands. Get your ticket of W. V. Lamb
Tho Fannio Tatum had not arrived
wheh wo went to press, l'rcsumo she has
been detained by fog. Sho goes from hero
to St. Louis.
Tho Cons Millar from Memphis will re
port hero Tuosduy morning for Cincinnati.
See W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent and
get your ticket.
The J. II. Ilillman from NaBhvillo is duo
to-night and will leave on her return Mon
day morning. Tom Qalliglior is her hand
iomo and graceful chief. "Moro anon."
The Gus Fowler had an excellent trip
yesterday, full of freight and pasiengers.
Sho left for Taducah at 7 p. m. To-day
being Sunday hor affairs will respect the
day by attending tho temple of worship,
"as all other good iteamboatmen do."
The Newport Beauty.
Ry far tho most beautiful girl in all
Newport (writes h lady correspondent
of the Cineinnnti Knjtdir) is a Huston
hair-dresser. About all the male ul mi
ration in the entire Casino yesterday
was bestowed upon .r, am) hho re
ceived it with the unconscious grace and
dignity of an id- al ducln si. Her father
was a bricklayer, I : ni tld, her mother
a wa.-hcnv.MiKiM. u id sic; hcr'if ended
her Nchnol-tla .-a the ,,f fliirteen to
earn her own li Andii. ie she is,
a uright-.-Mimcl liri'iifitc, nith big,
melting black eyes, alnnnlant jetty hair,
regular features, a tall. .s!i:i)cy, well
carried liitre, and perfeci.y lady-lib;
manners. She works 1 nisi ! v:iti I '(juiio
jirolitaldy at home, but is now out for a
Holiday, ami wln-u a woman lufiiiy sent
for her tocoinc and dress hcrliair, mean
ing an insult, she wrote- buck: "I regret
to nay that it is impo.-Mblo. I did not
leave my shop as long ulto as you did
your slaughter-housebut I am for the
timet being cjiiite us fur away from it."
Tin: fact was that the woman had, more
than twenty years ago, been a practical
worker in the lioston pork-packing
house in which her husband founded his
fortune! While on this beautiful hair-dre.-vser,
let me describe her toilet, b-;-taiiKe
it illustrates a prevailing elabo
rate style of afternoon costume at New
port. The material was ivory-white
Mirah shirred f,,r a fpmrter of a yard
from tin; wiii-t downward in close gath
er, so that it idiowcd ever) action of the
hips. The fullno, from the gathers
was arranged in plaits, which extended
to the edge of the skirt, where they were
met" by :i t f while lace put on 'in co
quilles. The bodice and panniers were
white; nun's veiling, trimmed with lace.
A small cape, made of row upon row of
Oriental lace, reached just below the
hhouldiT-. Her hat was completely
covered with the same lace garniture',
to the exclusion of any other trimming,
and her white satin parasol had several
lace rullles as a bordering. Not a touch
of color was seen, aud the effect was
that of ju-t such simple elegance as
most of tho fashionable Newport girls
fctrive after. The desire pervading all
female hearts here is to appear chatc.
artistic-in short, aristocratic. The
model on which their eyes are lixed is
the excessively lonjj-lecfjred maiden,
with very small hands and feet, w ho is
so often seen in English water-colors and
prints; but Mich impediments a.s legs
too brief and bandy, and No. 7 hands
and feet interfere with the realization.
1 have in mind a certain New York fam
ily, descended straight from an original
Dutch settler, and who are convinced
that their blood is loftily pure. Well,
their bands are like the hands of Provi
dence for breadth, and their feet would
crowd each other if they undertook to
pursue the narrow way. But here is
that Boston hair-dressef, hardly out of
parontal mortar and suds, with the slim,
taper lingers and arched insteps of a
Lady Genevieve Montmorency. Her
hair, by the way, fell low in the neck in
a coil, and over the forehead in loose
curls. That is the predominating stylo
of hair-dressing, though braids may be
substituted for the coils and flat rings
for the curls.
In departing for his English home,
Mr. "Tug" Wilson has left America in
awful suspense, and it is not at all clear
how the people will bo able to bear up
under it. His return depends entirely
upon his wife. "If she's willing," says
he, "I'll come back sure. One thing is
pretty certain: if she says no, I'll have
to stay. 1 won't forget, though, to
praise" the blooming country up, and
tell her it's tho best I ever lived in.1'
Happy Mrs. Wilson, who can vanquish
with a nod the hero whom Sullivan fail
ed to knock out in four rounds.
Kecognized1 the Odor,
"John, what is that peculiar smell?"
nsked a man's wife as ho was trying to
steal in bod without waking her, about
2 o'clock a. m.
"That is tho incense we use in the
lodge room, my denr; it exales it ex
"Yes, I know now,11 she interrupted;
"I recognize the odor XX ales:"
A Newport correspondent says: Some
years ngo we used to hear a great deal
of Ida Lewis, the keeper of the Lime
Rock Lighthouse in Newport harbor.
Ry her bravery and daring she had res
cued many persons from (Frowning, and
had received a medal from tho govern
ment, nn appointment as keeper of tho
light, a beautiful boat from the Xarra
gansett Steamship Company, and com
mendation from various humane socie
ties. Stepping into a trim little vacht
with Mr. Porter Morse and Frank Rich
ardson, of Washington, we sailed away
over the beautiful Tiarbor to tho Limo
Rock light to see the heroine of so many
rescues. Sho saw us coming, and
chained up two ferocious-looking dogs
that had been barking furiously from
the little wharf that projected from tho
rock. Once landed, wo were introduced
by our skipper to Miss Lewis. She is a
woman of medium height, slender, with
dark hair and eyes, bright and quick in
hor movements, and very neat withal.
Her little parlor was a picture of neat
ness, as was Miss Lewis herself. She
has been keeper of the light for twenty
years, aud will continue to tho end.
Sho receives from the government fr'.WO
a year and supplies. Sho certainly did
not look, with her slender frame, ns if
sho could wield an oar in tho billows or
mill a half-drowned man into a bonk;
out she has rescued thirteen men, not
withstanding her looks, and can do It
again, if necessary. Sho was but a girl
otlC when she jumped into about and
rescued a man who had been capsized
in a squall. She lives alono in tho light
houso with her mother, Who was quite
talkativo, and seemed anxious to let us
know how old her daughter was. At
last it caruo out 40. "You are quite
correct, mothor," said Ida very de
4 PAW Nob Until SEPT. 30. 4 PAW
Wait tor the Biggest, Wait for the Best,
WAIT-UNTIL SATURDAY, SEPT. 30.
BimujMJWif' a mw cm" w
Will Joxhilji t a 1'tcM'jio .ii unci Kvi'iimii sit
GAIRO Saturday, SEPTn 30
Larft In tlij worljt ilHili imnoul tour) Willi twn. three, hu I roqiiiru oftua furr gruat ruilwad traiun
1,200 Men anil Horses, 1,000 Wild Deasts and Jiare Uii-ds
i ChikIiiI lliv- ficd thn.'O tnl'.Hiinn Knropc mt .ptclcmi ul t. ijr.-at Hinni;muut fi':ilu f . (Jrcnti'-t nf
R.l th now first time consoiUUtrd irn.-it F.in.';in 'Ii Slio.vs. Pour mn.i.Tici coraliini-cl. 'i'lireo
Brent cirrun t-DiiOi'S. Mamm'ith mn.-uiii. Oocanic aniMrlii.n. Adsin F-in-;uiili. Jr "b yrrnt cnii;r.-fi'
of ii traim '1 iliant. Kuiiy.'-i 11,-rlia ciniH, biu ;oclriu,it c 'or Hint (firu on o.-Ii.'uIhI timet icu-UrdUplayi'-
M re lhan equnilfnir in rnaliiitu du ami cont n.-nrlv
All the SHOWS on Earth C03IIJIXEI)
Daily (ipeui'i'H tTfter. cinviiJ lnri; -r. .ar.'tilo grHridi r, co"ts iiinr:'. flmwd more, anj 9 tlltf ,(Hf jll;r.
peel chato ami n-cpi'i t -i ' e trnv.'liru U'litt-d exhibition evi-r orLranlz Ml I.ooU at tlit ui'iaralli-lt!(l and
a.tonislilni: arJH.v of fiimons furt iKti iu.it irt'8. Kirit and only un-at tierd of ! licrfoimiUii o:e iilinntu
and tho jam arniod
1 ". - 1 ' -'- it.' 'i -
FOUH Gl(KAT '
iSuatu i'ur 20,000 in tho Clotul Ttnvciinsr I'livilimiH!
B,0 i) itfra rlmirn on Hu' itriitnl 'tiinil I Ttin'.i fn-at tinnilf I
PEKHLESS, POETIC, PRINCELY, UANI) GORGEOUS
FItKE STREKT PARADE-
Every forenoon of exhibition day, tii twccn B; Oand U.W. ha itrcatly ((riiinl and jjorooim cur lvu! mre t
parade, In which ! ncnn the wumlii.-liAly ijr end und minllmo pinrivint, ,
C L K O P A 1 It A QUK1CN OF EGYPT
B E M E U BE ft
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IV i V I'AIWEST ami HEAVIEST ELE
DULJ. V All, 1,fAXT KNOWxV TO EXIST
SIMI ihv) will In- f.rfeiti-.i If any dram in tlio world can duplicate tho unparallplt-d act of 81k. Loonttl.
in.m Mihn, raciiiE upon a btcycl.) tip and down it spiral luvat.l roadwv Hi) fuut m hett'hM or the
l'K'ir 1,;"a CUnll,, eiMbltloa; or the
A I Mou Sm;edini; 60 Miles an Hour una 0 Feet IliU Bicycle
i.tir"ii,i'' ' J-v;"V'lrtrl',l,!r' "' t,,J wor,,l ! , I-'ilro Itonz. from ll.-riln! LUzl.t U.acon, from London.
IV v ;::',''rl,!V ,urr',rm T'l irt.intt MnnllfHtdwarfHt Zilahlnwnlrom a cannon
',l''ff'rinlnL'Budrinir Iiiiwh! ltlppop.ita.nl I Trained llnuo! riiriTdt Hvunaal
l aiiv faiiu: .,. d-rful fai r.'d cattle of IViMiii! More nro anlmitlx than all the bows In Amorlcat
liiinilKoniBHMni.ini 1 at laillwf ( llig Imlitcul Two race trace track arnum equal to any I
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LALLA ROOKII, PRINUKSS OF DELHI
Willi I lie II WiHiHUiT WOMAN IN A M KUi('. ! l'rioinatliu "Ulla U i)kh," aud the barge of
Cleopatra, wlih Kiji'tit' tiun'ii, tho tiMitt nii.tillcniit apoMacli'd irt lioludd upou the I reel or an
A'ni'ncan city. I.tvlui wi d heuix lo-n 1 in the mniel. A cor nf a;in brluhr nam pttloua chariot.
Al'.'lnii wi!'i;ilnx al'itur ilh III" " I'"1'! hUh luciiln. A real niinon pure troiip of nouihrn catnp-meet-liiit
ui ilnd mix. iilnu an the pricea't in m ovch. a nre.it InmU of m ito aud Krand, now and novel pro
cxfiitti ol ImliiKlrv, lliu very lariWil, loiiijeat., Kmatet, Kriu lent. I'ralultoiu aud only twotnlllion dollar
paiieiint ever noun on III ) UrcoU. AdilllHaloll only riO eenli; elilldreil under U vear, M cent. KxtllhU
tluu 'iiternooii an J ovmiltii; at uu it iioiim A runic chitira, I'roiu inadecoiieerlii one hour onfore conn
ineiielnv. Itv t!ie ihr ureal Imudn. i WUnvr Kutoic and "ciirlou triln on all railnad to thlt
(Ireitt snow, t lfr'ir tho eapeclal aci oiitinoil iti.in of Indite and child-en mid all who denlro to avoid
I lie crowd mi'iouiidluu thu Meet wnirun on Hin hov iroiiu I, tle.Uuta will he on mIo dtirlim the entire
dav the ex III lit i Ion In here, Hi ('i)t, K NI AN'S HOOKS ToUtf.
AD AM FOKE F A U Q 1 1 , Solo Pronriotor.
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