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BLACK BEOS' COMFOBT!
We havo just received the nobbiest line of
ever shown in embroidered, embossed. Plush. French Kid
and Straight (Joat in all style price and shapes.
Ve are showing the most pleasing line of
LAI) IKS'. GENTS' and CIIlLDJtEiYS SHOES
manufactured by Celebrated Philadelphia, New York and
A. delight to tho oye is our beauti
ful array of Boots and Shoes.
Gentlemen troubled with corns and bunions can be relieved
by h iving us make them a pair of Boots or .Shoes.
110 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
P L A.
lOt Commercial Ave.,
We have in stock a full
IT a! llni
Watches which we offer to the Public 25
percent less than any dealer in the city.
faexuaker & co.,
Cor. Seventh Sc Commercial.
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mlitilUt-nitcd ami old. Itcon'alnn prcurrlptloiif
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whose vxpnrtmirc lor 1) years la auoh a prulialiiy
nctur hul'oro Ifll to the lot of any physicist). 'M
pautii", limind In Di'siitlhil French musMti, imhoa
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In v,.ry sunst-.fflcchanir.al, liteniry nnd profes
slonal tlinn unv othurwotk sold In this country
forJ Wl. or the ni nicy will he rclundud In every
Instance I'tleo only I,(M hv tiill, post l aid.
Ulimunilvf aniii le A cents, send now. Oolrt
medul awnrcl.'rt the author liv the Natlo' al Medics'
Association, to the ' Ulcer' nl which lie r' lers
Tho Helenrttil 1-1 f-- should lis read hythe ynnnj
for tnstrit 'tm, and liy the afflicted lor ivllcf, li
will hciietlt all. London I.st:cct,
There l no mnmher ol society to whom tlio rtrl
enctof I.lfu will not ho useful, whether youth,
parert unurdlnu, Instructor or i lurn man. Aruu
uant. Adrfross tho IVahndr Medical Institute, or l)r
W, II. I'arknr, Ha. 1 llultlnci Street. It islon,
aas who may he consulicil on all diaiases rs
qulrlnn skill nnd exporienco Ch'nnln and ulistl
nstedlsca.es that hays haflliMl IM.t A I the
skill ol all o'her nhys!clnns a II IjlXtj sue
daily. Such treaied sue- ri
cesnlully without sn Inst- 1 11 T Olilil'
ancool fn liira Mention this nsiier.
Ths roirnlar annual meeilnir ' f tits stnek holders of
tho City Natlo 1 Mana of tsiro, for the nn-p we
of electing seven dlteeto'S will bn h"lil nt the.
nfflcsof said hank nn Tuesday, Ja nary tilth, 18H.1,
Polls optn at M n'cloc a m, and close at 4 p. tn.
ofssiddav. THOi. W, II M-L1DAV , Carhltr.
C'stuo, IU., Dccomber 12, 1HM.
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A. .:. BUDER,
Diamonds, Solid Silver,
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Instruments. St. Louh Prices Duplicated
line of Gold and Silver
Mr. John Ldb, 21)0 Regent St., London,
England, Shoemaker t His Royal ILghoss,
the Prince of W a'cs and Emperor of Alls
tris, writes that Sr. Jacob's Oil U the only
cure fur rlieuimti-m liu his ever known,
hiiiI he rcc unmends u, ail", fur foot ail
Hush Hill, M.., July 31, 1883. -After
MitViTinyj witl! t lie toothache and neuralgia
fur three successive days I w is advised to
try Mertell's Penetrating Oil, and utter us
ing one application I got immediate relict'.
I would not be without it. Respectfully
your, Mm. Belle Hick.
Palpitation, l)ropicnl Swellings, D"zzi-
ncsh1 Indigestion, Headache, Sleeplessness
cured by "Well's Health Renewer."
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Oi'tfanlzotl Di'Pomlicr, 1H83, L'mler ilie
Hncressorto Widows and Orphans Matnal Aid No
ddy, o Kanlsei! J my 4th, lHu, uuiiui
tho laws of im.
JOHN It. ItOIIINHON I'tesidiii.t
WM. Sl ltari' iN.. Vlco l-rlsldunl
J. A. UOUiNTINB Truasurii
V. W. IU! S IM.... Medical Advise)
THOMAS LKWiS Secretin)
IJOA1U) OF DIItECTOIlS foh 1st YEAIL
Win. HtrttUon.Htrntton Bird, ero.rs,(.'a'.fo, M.
J. A. (fOldstinc.ofUolilstltio A Uosenwnter, whole,
ale and retnil dry gondii!, W. Ui.nnin. M. D.t
I'r. i. lid. Mod Kx . for pensions; Aihurl Lewis,
munmlsslon morchantt J. II Hiililnson, county
ikIku sn notary puhllc; Wm. F. l'ltcher, com,
broker and Insurance aironts K. II lial'd, niy
street supervlor M I'h llti s, carpi titer and litilid
er I homas I.ewK stiornuv and secretarv ; K. V,
'.ereiattornev-Al-law, Diiunln III.; K. U. Tact
cashier of Centennial Han , Ashley, 111 ; A I oi t
lla"ilen, cashier of Uenrue Con tie Iv ,t Co., Sprtnir
Sold, 1 1 li, M nun, attornev-st-iaw. Itiii Ku.i
doiph street, Chlesuo; lion, Kobt, A. Ilalcror, nt
toniey-st'law, Charleston, Mo li. Leluhtoc
cashier First National Hank, btnsrt. Iowa.
OAIItO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOUN1NG, DBOBMBBK 24, 1884.
liENEitAL LOCAL ITEMS
Ilun up ynur sol.
Pure rtppla cider at 0. IT. Jucksou &
Mif8 Ida S'saofi has nue to vinit her
nick mother at M isou, III.
Mr. Al. Lewis and family will spend
Chribitnua at Ashley, III,
500 pounds of the finest confectioneries
at Radio's Kighth-st. fruit atore. It
Mlsa Mar Baker is home from St,
Agatha's School, Spiiayfleld, 111.
trquiro Oaboru fined two men for carry
liij; concealed weapons, yesterday.
Finest stock of fruits and uute for the
holidays, at Hitrio's, Eighth street. It
City Matshal Bryant, of Columbus,
Ky., was in the city on business yesterday.
Buy your oranges, apphs and cncoa
outs from G. II. Jackson & Co. 3t
Jude Hobinsou and fuinily will leave
for Elco to-dity to spend Chrimae, return
2,500 pounds nut, 300 pounds Maltha
grapes, 0,000 oranaea and other fruit, in
any quantity, at Hallo's. 1
A social hop occurred at the hall of the
Delta lire company last evening, which was
largely attended and yreatly enjoyed.
Misses Wiutie Dunning and Maud
Uittenhouse came down from St. Louis to
spend the liulidny s at home.
Just received an elegant line of New
markets in brocades, oitoui'ins and plush,
at Ooldstine & R isenwater'a. 5
A fourteen year old vagrant from Nash
ville was given one minute in which to
leave the city, by Magistrate d mins, yes
terday. -Malaga grape, fit:, datts, oranges,
pine-applts ot the finest quality, at the
lowest prices, at Raggio'g fiuit store. It
Miles S. and Willie C. Gilbert are
home fmni R icine, Wis., where they have
bcn attending the Grammar School of Ra
One huudrcd years ago to day, Rev.
FI' t informs u, the first conference of the
Methodist church Wi-.s commenced, con
tinuing ten days.
Miss Minnie Bhop, of Clinton, LI.,
who has been here on a short visit to Mrn.
George Parsons, will leave for New Orleans
to attend the Exposition.
Ch is. G. Lowe, a compositor ou The
Bulletin, left for Pulaski yesterday in
answer to a summons to appear before a
well-stuffed turkey on Christmas day.
The family of Capt. J. T. Goodrich, com
mander of the transter steamer McCombs
have ai rived from Nl-w Albany, with a
view to making Cairo their future home.
Mrs. Williamson hasjust received some i
handsome bak ts filled with fl iners which
are very suitable (or Cliristmas prescuts.
1.1. . 1 l . I 1 I 1
i ne reaner snouin not ian to call ana see
We learn tha' Alderman C. N. Hughes,
who is now in New Y rk, will return to
Cairo about the first of Janu-iry and carry
on tue Urujn-m:ikin basmess on a lariro
Tlu qu.'stion of providing a hospital
for insane convicts will be pressed upon the
attentiinof the legisVurc this winter.
They are now sent to dift'.rent insiue B?y-
lums in the S'a'e.
Mr. Pit. Fi'z,'erald was taken sud lenly
ill last Suidiy night with a congestive
chill anit for a time his condition was quite
serious. He is much better now and will
soon be well again.
During the past week, Capt. English,
of the Hailidav Guards, ha3 received dis
charges for four members who weie found
guilty ot iuu')or lin ition. Two applica
tions for tuemb..Tjliip were also received.
I have 100 nice turkeys for Christmas
and will bo ple ised to have vour orders.
Also cranberries, oystirs, cehry, prunes,
currants, raisins, etc. in fact, a full line of
staple and fancy groceries at lowest prices.
alter B. Pettis, the grocer. Ct
Bill Dover, colored, waa fined $10 and
cos's yesterday bv Jud''e Rohinmm fur heat.
ing a woman of his race, Thejudgo gave
him to understand that the next time he
appeared before him in the role of a wom-
an-ltea.cr he would receive the full penalty
of the law.
Prof. Mason gives notice that his
classes are solely for his pupilr. No one
will be permitted at the hall but them and
their parents or guardians, ex-.eiit by his
speci d permission. Tho third scries com
minces on Saturday, the 27ih inst. 3
Mr. A. S. Willouhby, tlio efficient
secretary of the Y. M. C. A., quietly slipped
away to New York, and this evening will
be united in marriage to Miss Muddle. He
will report here lor duty January 1, better
prepared than ever to fulfill tho duties he
has so nccepuLly performed,
from this date till January 1,188V
all wiuter goods, such as Indies' nnd child
ren's cloaks, shawls, flannels, blankets,
cashmeres, and all dress goods in general,
aro reduced to 15 percent from former
prices at Ooldstine & Roi nwatei. Please
call and convince yourselves. tf
Shortly after 5 o'clock last evening a
tramp stole a ladies' clonk, valued at $18,
from ft stand in front of Mrs. Swandcr's
millinery story in Winter's block nnd de
parted out Seventh street on a business-like
gait. Sumo one who noticed the theft
called thn attention of Will Feith and Louis
Waldur to it and tlicy followed the thief
and captured him with tho cloak in his
possession, near tho corner of Washington
avenue and Seventh street. Meeting Officer
McTigue a short distance up the street they
turned tho prisoner over to him and he con
ducted tho gent to jail.
-An exchange has figured out a good
scheme for the proper distribution of the
offices. It argues that if the office be a re
sponsible one it should bo given to a demo
crat so that hit party cau bo held responsi
ble. But if it is merely clerical, then it
should be given to a democrat because he
can do it as well as anyone.
Nit;ht before last a saloon-keeper do
ing business not a thousand miles from the
court house absent-mindedly left open the
faucet of a full barrel of fine whiskey and
retired for the night. When he opened
the saloon next morning he found the ex
hileratifif,' liquid spread over the-floor frozen
solid. What a lot of tirfr-noir matf-rUI
To-nmrrow is Christmas and today is
tho last chance for buying Christmas pres
ents. We advise all of our friends, with
ong purses or short purses, to call on John
A. Miller, the jeweler, and look at his dis
play of Christmas goods. You can not fail
to be suited in price or quality. Gold and
silver watches, cheap or expensive chains,
fine jewelry, fancy articles, clocks, solid
silver ware, diamonds and precious stones,
an endless variety of goods to choose from
at very low prices.
Mr. Jiff. Jenkins, for the past four
years connected with the dry goods huuse
of White A Greer, severs his connection
with that establishment to-night. He will
visit his old home at Blandville, Ky., to
morrow, remaining several days, after
which he will re'nrn to Cairo nnd make
preparations for a trip to Montana, where
he expects to locate. Jeff, is a "hale fellow
will met," and during his residence here
has made hosts of friends.
A happy event occurred at the now-
aid Ili'U'-e last niaht. Mr. Bruce Haves.
an express messenger on the Iron Mountain
road, was married to Miss Lizzie Robert
son, tlie accomplished daughter of the
g-nial proprietor of the hotel, Mr. R. F.
Robcr:s m. R v. E. A. Hoyt performed
the ceremony in the presence of a number
of iuvitcd cuests. After a bountiful re.
past, the happy conple departed for Little
Rock, Ari., on the 10:30 tram, carrying
w ith them the best wishes of a lame circle
The election of officers of Cairo Coun
cil 1,0-H of the American Lgion of Honor
occurred Monday night. For the
coming year the list is as follows; D3
pirtment grand corrmander, A. Comings;
insi commauuer, j. a. aicuaiiey; Com
. 1 T rt
ruander, J. A. Poore; vice commander, W,
L. Urintol; orator, IJ. F. Potter; secretary
b. E. Ellis; collector, Frank Spencr
treasurer, Wm. Winter, jr.; chaplain, Fre
3. Ninth; guide, Henry Dunker; warden
M.S. Lef'tcovitch; scatty, French Axley
trutees, Chas. Lancaster, W.L. Winaus and
f. li. launch.
Winter is now upon u?, nnd the p iorand
needy feel its eff.-cts. That there is suffer-
int.' in our midst there can bo little doubt
for such is always the Cise during this sea
son. Persons who are comfortably hnuseii
with a plenty to protect and sustain tho in
ner and outer man, little realize tho con
ditions and circumstances of those of mea
gre means. It is to be hoped that those
sufTring people who have met with hard
luck miy be pitied, and their requirements
of lile more liberally supplied by those of
more bountiful means. The depression in
ousiness lias thrown many out of wotk;
others have bun visited by sickness These
are the ones to be cared for. Those who
have spent the summer in idleness, and are
now hizy and improvident, are little to be
Wo call attention to tlio advertise
ment of tho St. Louis and New Orleans An
chor line, width annears this mnrnimr
The company will run four of their tiuest
ana largest boats iq the trade during the
friMZnup, to-wit: Tho City of St. Louis
and City of Bayou Sirs, on Wednesdays,
and Oily of New Orleans and City of Buton
Ru'e, on Saturdays. These boats wil
uiase up a 1, no 01 steamers which cannot
bo excelled for speed, elegmco and com.
fort, nnd nre so well known to the shipping
pulilic that praise from us is superfluous
Cipt. Thomas W. Shields will attend to all
business connected with tho line, while that
genial Encyclopedia, Colonel Solomon
Augustus Silver, will attend to thy wants of
the traveling public. Office, under his hut,
coiner Sixth street and Ohio levee, if it's
not too cold.
A tramp barber, wlnlo in n drunken
condition, went into a conductor's room
over IX'IjiUns restaurant, bmk
trunk and stole n coat, pair of pants and
two vests. Coming down the back stair
way with his plunder he was esp'ed by
.Mrs. I), IJ iun, who irnvo the alarm and had
him airested. Mr. IMlaun. hcin.r f tho
opinion that the m m would not have com
mitted tho deed had ho been sober, and al
so on nccount of his respectable connections
in tho city, refused to placo any charge
against him excepting drunk and disorderly.
The culprit had a ticket to a point on the
Texas narrow-guage, which would expire in
twenty-four hours. After hearing Ilia ev.
dence, Magistrate Comings fined him 25
nnd coats and granted stay, not wishing to
put the county to the t xpen ie of boardi ng
him. He took the first train south," and
may be qulto thankful that he will not
spend Christmas behind the ban.
A Mammoth Institution.
One of the Largest Whole?ale
Clothing Houses in th3
Having A Branch Bctail
Store in this City.
A Pleasatit Visit una St me Interesting
Our reporter's att. ttion was yesterday
attracted by the large display signs in the
show windows of A. & J. Levy, (. Bur
ger's old stand,) announcing a great bank
rupt sale of clothing. Ho ventured within
and was saluted by a gentleman with a
pleasant smile and a "Good morning, sir,"
whom he n cognized as tho manager.
Rei'OKTEr. I presume you are tho man
ager for the firm of A. & J. Levy?
Manaokk. Yes, sir. That's what they
R. I uudcrstand that A. & J. Levy are
proprietors of a largo wholesale clothing
house at 499 and OOO.Broadway, X-jwYork,
and that this is a branch store.
M. The firm of A. & J. Levy ranks
among the largest and leading wholesale
clothing houses in the United States, and
this is their branch store.
R. It is rumored that the firm intends
closing out their entlro stock and winding
up their business here. Aro these fads?
M. I am not at liberty tobtite our fu
ture intentions, but this much I do assure
you, the entire stock in this store must pos
itively be sold by February 1, at no matter
R. Judging from your assertions, you
must be selling goods very low. What is
the price of thistuit?
M. Each garment in our storo is tugged
with the price in plain figures. As you
see, this suit is f 14. The retailer, in order
to miike an honest profit, must sell the same
suit for 10.5.
R. How d.t you account for that trreat
difference in price?
M. Firstly, that suit is of our own man
ufacture. Its actual wholesale cost to us is
$14. The retailer purchasing goods from
a wholesale house must pay t least 15 per
cent profit, which prings the suit up to l 8.
The retailer, after paying freight nnd sun
dry expenses, uiUbt average 20 per cent to
make a living, and that certainly raises the
price to $19.23. So a customer purchasing
this suit from us at $14, buys it for less
money than the Orat cost to tho retail Btore.
R. Can you fit mo with ono of these $14
M. Certainly; and if the fir, quality or
price is not satisfactory to you, please re
turnthim and wo will cheirlully refund
Our reporter paid his money and had his
suit done up, leaving the store perfectly
satisfied that he had a first-class suit and a
Xmas Week at tlie Churches.
tlll'HCU ( F 1 HE llKDEEMKH.
10:30 a. 111, Christmas day, Holy
Communion j 7:30 p. m., children's si rvice
The church has been beautifully and taste
fully decorated, and at the children's ser
vice the Christmas tree exercises will occur,
which will bo full of interest, especially to
the little ones, for whom an almost endless
variety of preseuts have I con prepared.
Friday St. S'eplien's day 10: 30 a. tn.,
Holy Communion. Saturday St. John's
day 10:30 a. m., Holy Communion.
METHODIsT I-I'ltCOPAL CllfllCII.
At 7: 30 o'clock Chribtu as Evo will oc
cur the festival at the Methodist church
The exercises will consist of singing, ad-
arcssis and responsive readings, to bo fol
lowed by the distribution of gills to the
children, alter which the school will be
called upon to cmitiiliute gilts for the poor
ol toe city. The progrtmme will bo an in
teresting one and the church will doubtless
A grand time will bo had at the above
church this evening, A choice programme
has been arranged, ono of the leading
ing features being 1 bible snd prnise ser
vice in which nearly two Jiundrol children
will participate. Tuero will also bn ad
dresses, music nnd singing, concluding
with the presentation of gilts to tho mem
bers of the school, Our reporter noticed n
handsome Christtnis tree at the d or of tho
church last evening audit is resumed it
will be well hdened witli luxuries lr tho
At precisely 7 o'clock on Christmas Eve
tho entertainment Ht the above chtin h will
begin. Mr. Andrew Lohr, superintendent
of the Sunday School, has arranged an ex
cellent programme for the occasion, a prln-
ipal feature of which will bo an enormous
Christmas tree loaded with gifts to bo dis
tributed among tho scholars, Au interest
ing time Is anticipated.
There will also be special services at the
usual hour on Thursday and Friday nioru-
TUB CATHOLIC CUUltCnitS.
The Christmas servlcca In the Catholic
churches will bo of a beautiful and Impiesi-
ve character. The ladles of both churches
are hard at work beautifying and decorst- j
mg the altars in a manner befitting ths
In St. Pa.rick's church the first Dlgh
mus will bo celebrated at 5 s. m., second
(low) Mass at S: 30 a. m , and tho third
(High) Mass nt 0 a. m. Vespers and Dene
diction at 3 p. m.
In St. Joseph's High masses will bo sung
at 0 and 10 a. m., and a low Mass at 8 a.m.
Vespers and Benediction at 3 p. m.
Tho Vint Shinklc, from Cincinnati, is due
to-night for Memphis
The Ohio, from Memphis, is due here to
morrow for Cincinnati.
The City of St. Lmia will leave here at
5 p. m., to-day for New Orleans.
To-m iirowis Christtnis, Send in ycur
Christmas trix. Wo are prep tred to receive
The Guiding Star, from Cincinnati for
New Orleans, follows the Gulden Crown
and 's duo here to-morrow night.
The City of Ciiro arrived eero yesterday
from Vickiburg. She wid also await the
opening of navigation in the upper Missis
sippi. Two to one that the Golden Crown leaves
here for New Orleans this morning. For
real comfort and hospitality take the Crown.
No boat on tho Ohio or Mitsissippi livts
Tlio weather moderated considerably yes
terday, Sol Silver's anxiuusly-lookod-for
cold wave wid hardly meet with his expec
tations, which will break into his Christmas
vi sit home.
Yesterday was a lively day in the coal
ct line on the Ohio. "Tlie immense tow-
ooats W. W' O Neil, D.ck Fulton and Har
ry Brown, all with big tows of coal going
Sou'h, pasxed here yesterday. The Alice
Brown, Mercer aul John A. Wood will pass
lown this morning.
3-V little si. le-wh jel boat from Pittsburg
called the Geneva arrived here yesterday
at 3 p. m., on her WHy to Nw Orleans
where slut will operato as an excursion
packet Uuiing tho Exposition. Charley
Brown says she is at leant a quaiter ot a
century old. Charley ought to know, as ho
hails from the Sin ky City.
The prettiest sight in the orld is a pret
'y woman's foot in a Jers-y Lily boot, and
since Dr. Bull's C"U-h Sytup cures all sorts
of colds nil women cm wear them.
D.u,s! Dolls!! We otL-r tho largest
line of dolls in the city, and for less money.
Remember we sell all our dolls and toys in
one week, and during the hollidays and
they must bo sold at the New York
I have been a hay fever ftiff -rer for three
years. Hnve often heard of Ely's Cream
lUlm ..Ji;) of it) the highest t. rins; did
not take much siock in it because of the
many quack nn I'.icini s. A friend persuad
el me to try ill- bain and I did so with
wonderful success. This recommendation
j ou can use lor the benefit of hay ft-ver suf
ut.ms. T. S. Gecr, Syracuse, N. Y. Price
Smart weed and belladona combined
with the other ingredients used in the best
poms pks'ir make drier's S. W. & B.
Backache plaster, the best iu the market.
Pi ice 23 cents.
H. B. Siiok Co. Wo have a full lino
of custom-made shoes for ladies, misses
an I children of the above make. Every
pair warranted by tho Bryan Brown Shoo
Co., to be first class or no sale at the New
xork Store. t
"Kotigh 011 Corns."
Ask for Wells' "R ninh on Corns'' l.lr-.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft cms.
warts, bunions. (1 j
A I.awjer's Opinion of interest to all.
J. A Tuwney, K-q , ale .ding attorney
id Winn 11 1, Minn., writes! "After Ui-iug it
for more than three years, I take great
li'ea-ure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discov.ry for consumption, as tho
In st remedy in the world for coughs and
coins, it has in ver tailed to cure tho most
severe coliln I have had, ami invariably re
lieves the pain in the dies'."
I rial Imtiles of this sure euro for all
throat ami lung diseases may be had free
at Barclay Bros' drug store, Largo size,
$1.00 b (i) '
Fiki'y. We Invo just received fifty
pieces moie of that biowu Canton flannel
at 5 cents per yar I. Also Hamilton Stout
for 8 cents per yard. Dres goods reduced
M per cent, and tiuit bo sold to close. Ex
amine them. L 'li-il ilo muslin 8 cents per
yard. All lines of flannels reduced 20 per
ccut at tho New York Store. 8t.
Advice to Mother.
Are you disturbed at night and linken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
Tying with pain ol cutting teeth? If so.
send at once and get a hot tie of Mrs. Wins-
ow s .soothing Syrup lor Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will ro
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately, Depend upon it, m thers, there is
no mistake about it. It elites dysentery and
loirimea, regulates tile stomach ami bow.
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re-
luces iiiiiaiumation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
iw s sootiung synip lor Children Teething
s pleasant to the laste, and is the nrescrin-
lion ot one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tlio world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
ClIUlsTMAS AND NtiW VKAUS. Wo
havo ou hand for holiday trade, new raisins
currants, prunes, citron, Jellies, mlnco meat,
apple butter, preserve., oranges, lemons,
uuls, cocoanuts fancy candies, both Ameri
can nnd frencli, new ham, Brockfort bacon,
chow clioiv and mixed pickles by the pint
orqihrt, and all family goods needed,
ToloplioueNo.il for price. New York