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BAD in Us effects on the disposi
tion, ' The man who can't com
fortable digest his dinner ia not
a delightful companion.
BAD in Us effects on the house
hold. It sets people at variance
with each other and makes them
irregular and unreasonable.
BAD in its effects on the purse.
A dyspeptic business man can't
manage nis affairs as prosper
ously as one with a healthy
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(nrruHKt tiars. Are worn over the under-cJota-tag.
PAT A ft fit lu "dlMa to dtrib th
lall IH.lt symptonsof this nauseous ole
uw tint it tapping the I fe and streuictu of only
too msurofthe f&iestaad best of hotb eeies
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STUBS THIU TO A (HALTHT OT ON WlPL.CI'lB
raica fo- this App iauceat less than one-iwenileth
of tbe prioe asked by others fir remedies apon
which too lke all tha chances, and w iiriciAL
' IT farm the tatronae of tbe vant Husom who
lira tried BiiFBSisa Tsib stok.chs wtiuoct sr
5Ut sad ak fur tbero. If th y bave cot got them,
'rte . tbe proprietor-. ie'ulnif the pr.ee tn let-
tar, at oar risk. a4 ther shall be e-tit to too at
nee by mail, postpid.
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eands of testimonial.
TUB MAUNKTON APPLIANCE C'.,
311 nuts Street, Chlew. 111.
Wots 8n1 on ilollar in po-ue stamps or
oarr tier (in letter at wur nsa) with ele of iboe
asaally'woTB. ' d try a pair of out Magnetic In
tola, tod ha ennrticrd of tba power reld'ngln
oar 'egnetic Appliances. Poel lvely do cold feet
Where ujey sib wra, or money refendad. 109-ly
At an Inrliorant. Hostettsr's Stomach Bttters
kaa received tbe most posttlvs endor-etnent from
atieot physicians, and he Ions occupied a fore
most ran among a audard proprieiary rem diet.
Ite properties as an alternative of dleoMerfd eon
dtttoni of the stomach, liver and bowele. and a
prarentive of malarial diseases are no leu renown
ed, and bave been accorded emphatic professional
for sale by all dmgekts and dealer, to whom
tpply for Hoatetter't A'manac for 1864.
Tbia porouj plAAter te
taraoua for 1U quick
tad fcrty actios la
coring Lame Back,
:nt i.i ml all ninA
m finer jAlnta
, iwted. ItSuutbce.Strength'
.nriD The virtue o( bona com-
May to apply. Bupenurw
a. Price oenU or for
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) abMtfamUr (aUl made-llawlej'f Stomach and
lirer Ptlla are, rirawii mafwimmmwjww.
JJEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE A.NP RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THB CITV.
GOODS SOLD ViURY CLOSE
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BOOSD CLASS RATES.
The parlor iocUbl t the residence of
Mr. Charles Galigber Thursday night is
ipokon of as one of the brilliant locioty
arents of tbe seasuo. The attendance wu
Urge, the splendid parlors being thronged
with the fashionable people of tbe city. A
splendid oyster supper was pnrtaken of by
thn guests, and fine music and other means
of wailing sway the time were provided.
Chief among tbe latter were tbe suction
sale of dolls and the rote fur the most pop
ular young lady present. The display of
dolls was gorgeous, many of them buing
large and attired in costly material elabora
tely arranged. Some ot them sold for from
six . to seven dollars e&cb. The
rote was a source of much
pleasurable excitement. The in
terest of the candidates and the vigilance
of their "constituents" afforded much
amusement for all present. Six young
ladies were started in tbe race, but as the
voting proceeded the tight centered upon
two, Mies Lettie Corliss, and Mitts
Lizzie ShieMs. At the close of the
polls the former was found to have receiv
ed 177 votes and the latter 317. Miss
Shields whs therefore dechred the queen of
the festivities and she bore the distinction
worthily and with becom'ng modesty.
The ladies of the Episcopal church, who
had the affair in charge, asjiin proved their
peculiar aptness in inventing aod managing
affiirsof tbU nature, and deserve tbe finan
cial success that generally follows, as it
must bave done als in this case.
Caibo, III., Dec. 20th, 1883.
To Whom it Mat Coscebs:
The near spproach of the holidays hs
impinged upon our minds tbe sad fact that
the wonted pleth ra, characterizing our
pocket-books in past years, no longer ob
tains; and, in conequuce, we are obliged
to publicly state that we bestow no gifts of
old ' clothing or bank checks, upon our
numerous and loving reltiives We sincere
ly trust that our resolve will not entail up
on us tbe enmity of our dear kinsfolk, as
w positively assure them that our affection,
though lacking the earnest of a gift, has in
no wise diminished.
Idltor Bolletlr. City:
Sib: I bave to appeal to your columns
fir an opportunity to defend myself against
tbe Ideal League. Tbe pellucid and limpid
stream continually flowing from a certain
oasis ever a well-known desert, bas struck
ma rather personally, that is to any, tbe
Lesgue has taken my name in vain and has
been making fun of me. They should be
very careful after having blackballed a cer
young gtntlemtn and not show their short
Comings so much. I do not know whether
It Is true, but I have been told that Christ
mas has been postponed to the 36th, because
it falls on a Tuesday and would otherwise
interfere with the usual League meetiDg.
Sorry to trouble you but had to do it.
E. W. Schwartz.
For some years past there has been a
growing custom among mercnauts ana
business men of presenting their customers
and patrons with small presents on Christ
mas, l ins practice nits oeen carriea to
such an extent by enterprising merchants
who wish to appear more generous than
their neit;hb r, that it bas become an
enormous drain uoon their stocks. Feel
ing that it is a useless extravagance caused
only by rivalry, the undersigned merchants
bave signified their intention to give away
no"presents on Christmas day.
Ernest B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol
Walter JB. Pettis,
Wm, M. Davidson,
Cbae. R. Stuart,
Golditine & Rosen
C. 0. Patier & Co.,
0. D. Williamson.
H. Sander & Son,
Ilaytborn & Sloo,
G. F. Ort & Co.,
W. E. GhoUon,
Deab Bibs Your numerous readers
bare noticed with much pain and rogret the
determination of many of our leading mer
chant! and dealers asjmblished in theircard
to no longer subject themselves to tbe dan
ger of pauperism engendered by their past
reoklese liberality. In order then to avoid
the terrible suffering that will be inflicted
On the1 citizens ot Cairo by tbe withdrawal
of the usual supplies on which our people
principally depend on Christmas day, it is
suggested that a meeting of the city council
be held to devise means to avert the threat
ened calamity and to provide by some
means to fill the fearful .vaccuutu tbat
will be created by tbe sudden withdrawal
of their support by these liberal and enter-
terDrisins merchants, who by their card
published to the world their weakened
floances, and their inability to any longer
stand tbe terrible strain foolishly inaugura
ted by themselves ia their unselfish and
warmhearted efforts to relieve a suffering
community who row must look to tbe un
feeling public for tbe gratification of their
rstional aod patriotic desires on that day.
Tbe gaunt spectre of famine is likely to
stalk abroad on Christmas in our public
streets, vainly snd hopelessly listening for
the chimes of the Christmas bells, which,
alas! may never be beard in Cairo again.
Ouu of Anna Dickinson's frirnds
sa)s: "Wo b;ive it from hur own lips
ami her tongue w a true m Iht heart
thut she iia.5 n . vcr lul a cent on the
stae. IIr and conwmuint mis-
forliincs are hiwli as fall to tnu lot of
both sext's who make unfortunate m
vehttuontd, and pill too much faith in
humanity. She supports an uged moth
er besides oilier a. ar and dear rt-la-tives,
and her present heart-wail is not
for herself, buf for 'my poor mother,'
who so need her aoouitbmed help."
General Sherman bas received
houses and other presents worth $o0,
000 since ho bucamts Onera! of the
Arinv, exclusive of the tWH.-O worth of
diamonds given by the Khedive to Mrs.
Fitch and since divioVd among the Gen
eral's daughters. For the past fifteen
jeers he hHS been paifl T17,.W a tear
and he will draw thi salary until his
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
DRESSLIKB CLOAKS KCKCHIKOS OIEBA
TOtLETTES ABBAXGWt THE HAIR JEW
ELEBT GLOVES OKCEMBEB VOTES.
The complexion taken on by newly im
ported cloaks given a broad bint of tbe
way we are traveling. A way of puffing
and bunching. Dresses axe puffed and
bunched, and cloaks to be worn over them
must take character therefrom. Many are
fitted in to the waist, apparently to show
off increasing complications below, while
skirt-like platings and combinations, not
only of material but colors, render these
new garments drers-like in the extreme.
In dresses the chosen field for bunchiegs
and puffings is the upper half of the skirt,
and here such fantastic tricks are played as
might put tbe Heathen Chinee to the bluth.
For slender belles a seasonable refuge, abut
for the plump horrid complications.
Bunching in the first degree is an affair of
magnitude. The catching up of four or
five breadths of train in a single or double
pouf at toe bick is a feature, yet a train is
by no means nccesssry for a bunch. Far
from it, and numerous short costumes show
puffings ou the upper half of skirts that to
say tbs least result in curiosities ot contour.
Our sole consolation is that tbe adoption of
these styles is not obligatory. Even the
sobet-minded however ate beginning to
mdert the drapery stands out enough
ia the back, and call in bustles to tbeir
ail; the newest and best invention being
tbe Novelty Flex.ble bustle, which is the
most graceful of its kind and one tbat does
not get out of shape.
AT THE OPEBA
must roast that the half clad fashionable
may be comfortable. There especially one
sees lovely brocaded dolmans, where white
or delicate colors vie with red or flaunting
yellow. Beauty when divested of them
shows occasionally bare shoulders, while
bsre srms or arms covered only by kid are
common sights, rlowers are extremely
popular, from a glowing bouquet of a
dozen or more roses to a delicate spray or
bud, while in the manner of wearing there
is an equal liberty; some being set high on
tbe shoulder, other at tbe waist, at the
throat or elsewhere. Heads are in equal di
versity. The high coiffure is gaining on
the low, but the low is still in high vogue,
and shows not the least sign of "going."
Yet tho high is not very high, characterized
rather by moderation; a email coil, a few
puffings, etc., set well back from the fore
head, while two or three occasional curls
may dangle. Only occasional, however,
and always short. In
a very Tower of Bibel diversity reigns.
Belles peep forth like Skye terriers, or
calmy gaze from serpentine surroundings of
croeve coeur locks; the bushiest of bushes
stand upright over the foreheads ot others,
while a few straggling frizzes may form a
sole adornment. On a moist day one's own
hair may be bound down by an invisible
net, or if one has bought a front piece of
genuine curled hair, she may fling it to the
breeze, assurred it will curl all the tighter.
At tbe opera one notices In jewelry that tbe
lace pin is as Babel-like in design as the
front piece, and used with an equal lack of
rule. It catches the lace which covers a
Dowager's otherwise bare neck; with tbe
same facility holds in position ber grand
daughter's shoulder-knot or draws together
the folds of a thousand dollar shawl.
Brooches, though not popular, are placed
with the same abanden, while the medal
lion of yore can be utilized if provided with
a pin. Bracelets jingle over long gloves
and gloves are at long as ever. No more
can be said, since reaching to the shoulder
they can go no higher. But one sees a de
termination to show a pretty arm. and
though one must bave a certain stretch of
kid, a ten or twelve button length, yet be
yond that, sufficient expanse is visible to
how what might bave been but tor tbat
wrinkled mousquetaire, contrasting illy
with a delicate toilette or a rounded arm.
I Lace trimmed scarfs of white or pale col
ored silk muslin are thrown over the bead
when leaving tbe opera. Square, full
fichus bave bands covered with lace and
traps of very narrow ribbon tied across
the front. Christmas and New Tear
Cards are in as great vogue as ever and form
flue 'displays in book store windows.
Brosdway from Fourteenth St. to the cul
minating point ot Lord and Taylor's famous
bow window at Twentieth, is a blaze of
holiday light and beauty. Mme. Judic's
costume of Nonpareil velveteen has a
basque with pointed plastron of broche;
the front of tbe skirt also of broche velve
teen with panier plaits crossing tbe sides
and joining a full train caught in a puff at
tbe top. Cabtbb.
LIST OF LETTERS REKAJUtlRO 05CA1LE1)
FOB IH THB P08T0PFICB AT CAIBO, ILL.,
SATCBDAT, DECEMBER 23, 1888.
, LADIES' IJST.
Maggie Burris, Isia Burk, Flow Bogley,
Ida Cox, Callie Celler, Virgil Clood 4, 8 C
Daniels, Msry CDaues, Mary Fetter, Liza
Gsrdntr, Charley Hanes, Synthia Harden,
Sarah Hogen, Eva Hays, W. Johnson, Liz
zie Lyons, Lena Lind, Jnlia Lumer, Stela
McCelester, Annie Ruehe, Jane Williams,
William Smith, R s Smith, Linze Stofner,
Julia Skinner, Amos Smith, Mrs Sheldon,
A C Autriin, Fred Ackerman, J H Ad
kinson, Jack Allen, L Bensenia, Mile B-iad-ley,
Perry BurkC H Chester, CEO Clem
ent, G S Cooley, George Cleaves, Harry
Chatham, R James Blark, N L Dickinson,
Louis Daul, James Dean, Horace Grealey,
P W Hays, R Hays, Enoch Henry, Charley
Ainen, J 8 Jackson, Joseph Jewell, George
Jarrett, Rufus Eirkpstrick, John Keintzjer,
Joseph Larshol, Edward Lonnell, Edgen
JL"Uther, Adkin McEenzie, M M Mc
Maken, V B Morton, Wm Motley, S G
More, Uzel Stowe McHenry, John McCarty,
Henry Morris, Cullen McClaim, J Press
Newman, Geo W Newberry, Frank Noyes,
A J Pratt, J B Penn, J K Perkins, Johnnie
Punch, C F Pi I lard, A J Peerle, J C Oster
gand, Charles Rbby, Monroe Richardson,
L B Reed, Jas R Reaves, James H Rose,
Albert Ruster, Wm 8ompson, Wesley
Sharp, W A Speoce, Wm D Lovel, Robert
Smith, Med Slack, Edwin Sykes, Eric
Swannson, Jee Thompson, J H Tinsley,
E S Terrey, A J Thomas, J M Walker 3,
Juke Williams, C II Waterson, Adisob
Waller, Buret Wells.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Mi'KPHT. Postmaster.
W. F. L.MDis. nrcr editor ot Tbs Pnxma
and sieaoiboai patenter at bDt. Ordara (or all
kinds of ateamboat Job printing aoltdted. Oltiee
at Bowdr'e European Hotel , ho. 71 Oulo leree.
STACKS Of TBB BIVBR.
Tin river marked by tbs gaugs at this
port st 8 p. ru. la feet 0 inches aud falling.
Chattanooga, Dec. SO. River It feet 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. II. River 11 feet 8 in
ches and falling,
Louisville, Dec. SI. River 9 fast 0
inches and failing.
Nashville, Dec. 21. River U fest 8 in
eb and riling.
Pittsburg, Dec. 21. River 8 feet 1 in
ch snd falling.
St. Louis, Dec. 21. River 6 feet 8 in
Shea snd falling.
The Msry Houston from Cincinnati is
due this morning lor New Orleans. She
has s fair trip and will add several huo
dred tons here, besidts a large number of
deck and cabin passengers who are waiting
The Ella Eimbrough came out of the
Upper Mississippi yesterday with all the
corn she could handle. Sbe put off 3,000
sacks at the elevator. Owing to tbe heavy
ice she will ly up for a few dys.
The Belle oftShreveport from Cincinnati
left here yesterday with 1,450 tone sor New
Orleans and way points, with engagements
sufficient to load her flat.
The "railroad time" Reuben It. 8pringer
from New Orleans will pass up to-day fur
Cincinnati. She is the quickest thing on
trigger in the Big O line. See Passenger
Agent W. F. Lambdin and get your tickets.
The Anchor line has gone into winter
quarters, aod Cairo ia the point for all the
up steamboats due up to sojourn until
navigation opens up.
Tbe W. H. Cherry from Nashville arrived
here yesterday with a good trip and left on
her return to tbe Pock City at 1 p. m.
The Cons. Millar passed up at 4 a. m.
yesterday with 800 tons.
The Centennial trom New Orleans and
the City of Baton Rogue from the same city
arrived here yesterday morning with good
trips, and will not go to 8t. Louie until they
have an invitation from the ice.
The Andy Bium for Memphis to-day,
and tbe Vint Shinkle for Cincinnati to
Tbe My Choice went to Mt. Vernon yes
terday to bring out a big for New Orleans
in opposition to the Big O line. May ber
endeavors be fruitless snd unprofitable, at
she ia only backed by a company tbat will
in a few short yeais be numbered with the
things that were. This Is a strike at tbe
O line, and we predict failure for all par
ties interested in tbe move.
Toe Port Eads from the south left her
tow at Belmont and has gone to Muuod
City for repairs.
Win. Ludwie & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
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few drops applied to tbe sartac
ana aiinust tnswnuy NSkiivs
nor discolor the Skin, or leave
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Ask your Druggist for It. rrioe
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Wholesale Pruyglet, gf.
W hen Winter Comes.
Wlnier i om i v Itb cuuvhi and coldn. and Den-
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KUH8HKKDVS FAtHION ABLE MPhCIALUKt
I. aces. Ruch!ng, Braid, tmmlderles and
o'her 8 TAN PAHD A HTIOI.SS. Adrires
THE KUKSIIEEDT M'F'O CO.,
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Mention this paper.
TO PARtJTTS AXD
We hari- htd a areat Imi'rovrment In the hosll
of our children by tbe use of H flu's Specif! M
had am mg tbe children some who had scrofnlaj
nntabiy one case in which it was
UNMISTAKABLY HEREDITARY. v
We got some of alrt Spociflc and gave It to this
ease, and in a short wkllr it was cured sound and
wtll. It was as bad a rse, I think, as 1 ever taw,
and had been under excellent physicians with act
permanent bent fit. We have i ren giving It to all
tbe cti Idren as a hea to tonic. We have four chil
dren and one se imstrus who. for years, bare saf-fi-rcd
lntenelr every spring w th erysipelas, and
tboupb they bad been taking Swift's Specific only
In sm 11 doses as a health tonic, they all, wltbont
exception, passed through tbls spring without a
touch of tbe complaint.
A young lady of the I netttu tion , who has been
with us for years, has been troubled with a moat
sireravated ra-b ever since sbe was a cnild. 8b
tried all tbe known remedies that are prescribed
'or It with no benefit : but fho has been cured by
taking Swift's Specific, snd bss bad no return of
It Is such an excellent tonic, a d keeps the blood
so pure, that 'he svstcm la less Labia to contract
disease. All of the teachers and children who ara
old enoozb to know agree with me In believing it
Is the grt'stetit mcdl-lno known. Mv faith tn it Is
nnbonnded, and I snd my assistants take great
pleasure In recommending It to everr one. I can
stall times be found at tbe Home, and will take
plcafnre In seeing or corresponding with any who
Is Interested In thn remedy.
Ker. L. B. PAIE, Orphan"' Home,
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Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
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