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MONDAY MORNING, JUNE l8, 18C6.
BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL.
WASHINC?TON, Juno 13.-Mr. Davis offored an omond.
mont appropriating $20,000.000 to bo p?id to tho loyal
owners of slave? mustcrod into the military service At
tho suggestion of Mr. Creswell, Mr. Davis modified his
amendment so OB to direct to bo takon for the purposo
named o special fund in tho hands of tho Secrotary of
War, derived from the payment of $300 commutations.
At the request of Mr. Feaseudeu the above was with
drawn, with tho understanding that it should bo attach
ed to tho Army Appropriation Bill. Tho bill wa? then
Mr. Trumbull, from tho Commitioo on tho Judiciary,
roported with aoioudmouts the bill to fix the number of
judgos of tho Supremo Court of tho Unltod States, and
to chango certain judicial districts. Tho first section,
which makes tho number ono justice and eight associ
?tes, is left Intact. Tho second section, which fixes tim
circuits, is stricken out, aud tho following 1B substi
"That the first and second circuits Bhall romain as
now constituted; that tho districts of Pennsylvania,
Now Jersey and Delaware shall constitute- the Third
Circuit; thatiho districts of Maryland, West Virginia,
North Carolina and South Carolina Rhall constitute, the
Fourth Circuit; that tho districts of Georgia, Fl irida,
Alabama, Mississippi, Louislauaand Texuu shall con
stitute the Fifth Circuit; that tho districts of Ohio,
Michigan, Kentucky and Tounosseo shall constitute tho
?Sixth Oiroult; that the districts of Indiana, Ultu oin and
WlBConsln shall constitute the Soventh Circuit; that tho
.districts of Minnesota, Iowa, MlBsoari and KDIISOB shall
constitute tbo Eighth Circuit; and that tho dlBtrlcts of
?California, Oregon and Nevada Bhall constitute the
The Chair laid before tho Senate a communication
?from tho President of tho United States, enclosing a
?resolution of tho Legtslaturo of Goorgia, asking a BUS
?onnlon of tho collection of tho dlroct tax in that State,
t was roforrod to tho Comrultteo ou Flnanco. Also, a
communication from tho President transmitting the ac
ceptance by the Stato of Georgia of a donation of public
landa for the establishment of an agricultural college.
Tho Sonato thou went lut i executive sossion, and short
ly after adjourned.
Tho remaindor of tho prodeedlnge In tho Senate on
Wo tuesday last aro of little intorost to our rcadera.
They\were about the Increase of pay of Department
Clerks; about tho United States delegation to tho Paris*
Bxposltlon, and the amount of their pay. In the course of
this discussion Mr. GRIMES offored an amendment pro
viding that no of? -or snail bo appointed and no money
sha,} I be paid under tho provisions of this resolution
unill tho Imperial Government of France lins given ro
llablo assurance to this Government that tho French
troops shall bo withdrawn from the territorial Jurisdic
tion of Mexico. Further consideration was postponed
until noxt day.
In the Houao the chief topic waa tlio discussion of the
Constitutional Amendment, as modified by the Senate
The voto WOB 120 ayes and 33 nays.
Our rosdor8 will pardon us for giving them a speci
men of TIIAD. SFSVENS' closing speech on this ques
Mr. Stevens said, he preferred restoration to recon
struction. Ho cboso that the slave ?tates should ro
main as nearly as possible in their ancient condition,
with such small modifications as ho an > bl? prime min
ister should suggest, without any lmpertiuent inter
f?rence from Congress. Ho anticipated tho legitimate
action of the national Legislature, and by rank usurpa
tion erected Governments in the conquered provinces,
imposed upon them institutions in tho most arbitrary
and unconstitutional manner, and now maintains tbem
as legitimate Governments, and Insolently demands that
they shall be represented in Congress on equal terms
With loyal regular States. To repress this tyranny, and
at tho same time to do some justice to conquered rebels,
requires caution. The grave danger Is, that tho acc?dera
may soon overwhelm the loyal men in Congress. The
basto urged upon ua by some loyal but impetuous men;
tholr anxiety to embrace tho representation of rebele;
their ambition to di spiny tholr dexterity in the
use of the broad mantle of charity, and especially
tho danger arising from tho unscrupulous use of
patronage, and iroiu tho olly orations of false prophets,
famous for sixty day obligations and for protested poli
tical promises, admonish us to make no further delay.
Referring to tho third aoctlon, Mr. 8tevons sadd that ho
could not look upon the Sonato amendment as au im
provement. In his judgment, It endangered the Gov
ernment of tho country, both State and ?National, and
might givo the next Congress and Prosldont to tho re
constructed rebels. With their enlarged basis of repre
sentation and tho delusion of loyal mon of color from
the ballot box, h? saw no hope of safety unless in the
prescription of propor enabling act? which should do
justice, to the froedmon, and enjoin enfranchisement a?
a condition precedent. Wbllo ht- saw much good in the
proposition, he did not pretend to bo satisfied with it.
But still ho was anxious for its speedy adoption, for he
deprecated delay. Let ua, ho Bald iu conclusion, no
longer delay. Let na tako what we can get now and
hopo for better things in future legialation, lu enabling
Sets or other provisions.
CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE HTH.-There
Was a long discussion in the Senate on tho Paris Expo
sition and French in Mexico resolution. Mr. HARRIS,
Of Now York, assured Mr. GniMEs that ho had it from
tho very boat authority, that the French troops would
leave Mexico, and thereupon Mr. GRIMES withdrew his
The House spent the day discussing its favorite top io
-the reconstruction of the Southern States. We have
already given the substance of this discussion in our
telegraphic dispatches, and the details of the debate are
not of sufficient interest to induce ns to publish thom.
The Celestial Embassy.
The following satire puta oue in mind of TOM Moons::
THE OHINE8E ENVO?'8 BEPOnT ON ENOLAND.
[From ?A? Owl.)
The following la the translation of a dispatch from
the Chinese Commissioner, at presont lu England, to lils
Government: Tin-tajin, Gomml-Bioner from his Ce
lestial Majesty to the UarbarlanB of Europe, a Privy Couti
clllor, a Member of tho Board of Etiquette, Senior
President of tho Council for Foreign Disputes, to his
Highness the Prince of Rung, having been required by
your Highness to send such reporta ns may neem worthy
of attention, from time to time. In these distant part?, I
hasten now to report that I have in safety land-d in this
the country of the English barbarians, u- ?in living in
the capital. I am informed that, even a* ills Celestial
Majesty deemed it prudeut to retire from Pekin on the
approach of the barbarian officer?., BO also has tue Queen
of these people retired to a placo in the country, on a
hiU by a river, where ehe will be safe from ua.
In the same way it is said that the heir apparent bas
also left the capital, and betaken hiinse'f to a private
house, wtiero ho may be socuro from any danger from
our presence. Major Brine, who is sont to wal' on us,
says that tue Queen and Prince are not gone u.vay from
fear, but that somo horses are running about near tho
house, to which the Prince is gone. This is evidently to
decolvo us, for tho barbarians do not shoot hornes, and
if it waa only to see thom, why should thoy not bo made
to run in th., capital 1 We havo, howover, tried to reas
sure the Prime Minister that there is no occasion for
fear. But these English seem to me lo bo a -very timid
?rece. Your Highness, perhaps, will hardly believe me
when Isay th&t the commonest word to hoar is "panio,"
Which, I am told, means a foolish and groundless fear.
In every place whore we go we are sure to be met by
this expression. I have asked Major Rrlne, and bo says
that it ia a great fear about not having inonoy enough,
and that a great bank has been making a great
"squeeze' They aro, indeed, an odd people. If
there is not money enough, the experience
of the Celestial Empire, as your HlghnoBB
knows, points necessarily to a 'squeeze;' but the
English as yet do not understand pol?tica. Then, again,
I find great fear among many of a body or what aro ap
parently Taeplnga, but here called Fenians. I have
asked to be shown their camps, or takon to thoir
army, but then I am told thero Is no camp and no
army, Then I say, 'Of what, then, aro you afraid?'
and I am told that it is in ano til or country that the
Taeping Fenians are, and that semethlng mi?.ht hap
pen in that country to disturb the peaco. It must bo
a bad Government, unlike the strong one undor your
Highness, which can thus tremble at everything. Then
I am told that there is a great fear among some of the
great council that th?y will loso ?h? Ir sonta st the govern
ing board It is difficult to understand thin question, as
there seoins to bo much division on the subject, AH far
as I can understand, there are two parties In this State.
One 1B the party u- der Lord tir'ght Kusscll. HA is in
power, and bo ?loos not want to glvo It up; and theie Is
another party under ord Derby, who baa the curious
custom of running very lust along a piece of grrtBJ once
a year near tho capital, umldst the chew of his
. people, This ceremony wo wera too late to soo,
which I much regret. Now. tho one party waut to
divido th?* ?-eate o' Um other puny, and us I inn told
that a seat 1? a fine palace In tho country, the party of
tho running lure ?lo not wain to loso thom, and there
fore they light among tbcmsolves and with the lull iwers
of the gr at L? rd KIIBHOU. 1 fear that I have not made
the matter veiy clear to your Highness; but it is a very
trivial matte -, as no olio but the rivals themselves seem
?? cVS,_?r.1"' ?**?_"? ,8 tbo name of the palace where
Lord BrighUttissidl live?, but it appears that the ser
vants of Kerby havo aft n trte.i to got into it. The bar
barians here M*?*m to bo weak in other ways. As far as
lean learn, thor? I? a gr??t commotion in 8taioa near
here. It lu saM thoy ar? going to fight, but I am unablo
t.. uni)*- -I what thoy aro going to fight about. I
have writt--' to the great Lord Russoll to ask, but he
has not yot anawerod mo. I am told that England will
havo nothing to do with it; but this seoms to me to
bo untrue. If sho could send troops and ahlps all
tho way to Pekin to fight, she must surely fight here
when soo Is so close. So I said to Major Brluo, but ho
told me that the policy of tho government was non-in
tervontion-that io, that they did not interfere with
other naUons. This Is evidently untrue, or thoy would
not havo bombarded Canton or burntYuen- ming-Yuon.
It is plain to mo that in England now ?very body 1B very
much afraid of ovorything, aud that wo havo boon led
into paying too much attention to what *bo says and
does. I would Bugs est to your Highness that it would
bo good policy to threaten to mud a Hoot of Junks to
blockodo tho Thames, should yoi bave auy difficulty in
tbo futuro with tho English Ambassador at Pekin. If
you can prove to tho barbarians that you are In earnest
you will conquer, for their goverumont has novor yet
been milo to persuade others that it is in earnest about
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. mollient in its nature, fragrantly scented, and
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February 7 _ lyr
?-MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, DIBOOSCB and Abuses which prostrate tho vital
powers, with sure moans of rollof. Sent froo of charge
In sealed letter onvolopns. Address, Dr. J. 8KILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
. April 17_ 3mo,
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GB IN WATCHE8 and JEWELRY ; Agonoy for the
AMERICAN WATCH ; also, every variety of 8WIS8 and
ENGLISH WATCHES, at the lowost market prices,
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Trade Price Lists sent on application.
January 19 fm wGrao
mr SPECIAL NOTICE.-"GBEATOAK8 FBOM
Uttle acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
oman race spring from causes BO small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific loro that fill
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to provo and elaborate thoso facts.
Then guard yourselves whUe you may. Tho smallest
pimple on tho skin is a tell-tale and indicator of discaso;
It may fade and die away from the Burfoco of tho body,
bnt It wlU reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
.JO the rosult and final olose. MAQGIEL'B BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure where all
others fail. Whllo for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Outs,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGIFL'S ?Salve Is in
fallible. Sold by J. MAGGIEL, No. A3 Fulton-street,
New York, and aU Druggists, at 36 cents per box.
September 23 lyr
mr AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYEB
made new, without Bpeotaoles, Doctor or Medlolne
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Address
B. B. FOOTE, M. D" No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
mr BATOHBLOB'B HAIB DYE1- THE ORIGINAL
and best In the world I The only true and perfect HAIB
DYE. Harmless, BeUable and Instantaneous. Produces
immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out Injuring the bair or skin. Remedies the ill effeots o
bad dyes. Sold by all Drugglsta. The genuine is signed
?YILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEUB8,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
OHABLES BATOHELOB, New York.
August 17 lyr
"A smile was on hor Up-health was in her look
strength was in her stop, and in her bands-PLANTA
A few bottles of PLANTATION BITTERS
WiU euro Norvous Hesdacho.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
" Hour btomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and IndigesUon.
" Norvous Affections.
.' Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
.* Pain over tbo Eyes.
" Mental Despondency.
.' Prostration ; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac
Which are the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult alimenta
proceed from a deceased and torpid Uver. The biliary
secretion s of tho liver o ve rilo winn into tbo stomach poi
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, wo aro able to present tbo most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has evor produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persona have taken the
PLANTATION BITTERS, and not an instance of complaint
has como to our knowledgo 1
It is a most effectual tonto and agreeablo stimulant,
BUited to all conditions of Ufe.
The reports that it reliecnpon mineral subBtances for
Its active properties, aro wholly faiso. For the satis
faction of the pnbllo, and that patienta may consult
tholr physicians, wo append a list of its components.
CALISAYA UAIIK-Celebrated lor over two hundred
years in the treatment of Fevor and Ague, Dyspopsla,
Weakness, etc It was introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy oi Pera, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by the Jesuits ftr the enormous price of
its own weight in tilver, undor the nama of Jesuit't Pow
ders, and waa finally made public by Louis XVI. King
of France. Humboldt makes especial referonco to ita
febr?fugo qualities during his Bouth American travels.
CASCARILLA BABE-For diarrhoea, coUc and diseases
oi the stomach and hovels.
DANDELION-For infiammation of the loins and drop
es! a fleet io II a.
'uAMoMiLE FLOWERS-For enfeebled digestion.
LAVENDER FLOWERS-Aromatic, stimulant and-toni o_
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
WINTEIIORKEN-For ?crofuin. rheumatism, etc.
ANISE-An aromatio carminative; creating flesh,
muscio and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake
'<* S. T.-1860.-X.
Anothor wonderful ingredient, of great use among
the Spanish ladles of tiouth America, imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, is yet un
known to the cummeroo of thy world, and we Withhold
ita name for the prose nt,
BocniBTSR, N. Y , December 28,1861.
Messrs. P. H. DRAEE k Co.-I liave been a great suf
feror from Dyspepsia for throe or four yeera, and had to
abandon my profossion. About three months ago I
irlod tho Plantation Blttera, and to my great Joy I am
now nearly a weU maa. I havo recommonded them in
sovoral casos, and, as far as I kuow, always with signal
benefit. I am, re, peet fully yours,
llev. J. 8. OATHOBN.
PUILADELPUIA, 10'h Month, 17th Day, 1863.
SELECTED FRIEND:-My daughter has been mnch
bonofltted by the URO oi thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wut send me two bottles more.
Thy friend, ASA. CURRES.
BUBUMAN HOUSE, OUIOAOO, lil., 1
or _ w ^ . _ F' bru-?ry 11, 1863. f
MESSRS. P. H. DRAKE k Co.:-PL BRU soud us another
twelve casos of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetizer, they appear to havo superseded ovorything
olse, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, etc., QAGE h WAITE>
ArrangomouU aro now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, which has not ntretuforo boen
Tho public may rest assured that in no case will the
po*/?ct3y puro standard of the PLANTATION UITTE_8 bo
departed from. Every bottle bean Vie foe-simile of our
signature on a iletl plate engraving, or U cannot be gen
Any perton pretending to tell t LANTATION BETTER? in
bulkorbythe gallon, it a swindler and impoiter. Ben are
of refilled hollies. See that our Private Stamp it Umrti
TILATKD over every cork.
Bold by aU Druggists, Grocers and Dealers throughout
P. H. DR___? & CO., New York.
April 30 fmwlyr
PRIVATE PARLOR No. 3.
LATE OF BERLIN, PRUSSIA.
IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION.
BINGLE ?VND DOUHLE VISION
THE ONLY PERFECT LEN? IN EXISTENCE.
Superior to any otbor In nse-constructed In accordanoe
with the science and philosophy of nature in tho pecu
liar form of a
Admirably adapted to tho Orgnn of Sight, and perfectly
natural to the eye, affording altogothor tho best artificial
help to tho human vision over Invented.
Sold only by the Professor of Optics and Spocatclo
Of these Spectacles over all others, are :
1st.-The only true Lena known, being
perfectly freo from chromatic light F.- well known to bo
the cause of injury to tho vision, and which makes tho
chango from Spectacles to Glasses of stronger powers so
ofton required, while both near and distant objects aro
Been with equal facility through tho same Glasses.
?Mil.-Can be worn with perfect case for
any length of time at ono sitting, giving astonishing
clearness of vision, particularly by candi? or other arti
ficial light-comfort to tho spectacle wearor hitherto un
3d.-When the eyes ache or pain through
tho action of a bright light, such as Is rollected from
snow, sonny weather, whito paper, and in reading,
writing or Bowing, or vivid colored bodies, theso lonsos,
by aoftenlng the rays, effect a most agreoablo sensation
and give gre.it relief.
4th.-In all nervous affections of the eye
causing dull and startling pains in tho eye-boil or tem
ple, appearance of luminous and dark spots-in the at
mosphere, aching or feeling like sand In the eye, the
disturbed nerves are quieted and soothed.
0th.-Oround hy peculiar machinery, got
up at great cost, mathematically calculated expressly
for the manufacture of this lons, so as toproduco it with
the true aphor cal accuracy, and its focus is at the exact
centre, a point of vital Importance, and which no other
Oth.-Proof of superiority over the old
kind of Spectacles. Tho? aro need exclusively at all tho
hospitals for diseases of the eye, in Berlin, Prussia, and
TESTIMONY OF RECOMMENDATIONS
From. Medical gentlemen, Professors of the highest
Opthalmlo talent in Charleston, S. 0., and in the Union.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0., May 281h, I860.
Ihaveoxamlnoda great variety of Glasses manufac
tured by Pro fef sor M. BERNHARDT, and In justice to the
Professor must Bay, that bia Glasses aro of a superior
quality, adapted to meet the wants of almost every eye,
whore tho vision is in any way lmperfeot Tbe Profes
sor selected for me a pair of bia Australian Crystal
Glasses which aro of a vo<-y superior quality and work
manship, rendering vision very distinct, almost as per
fect as in youth. I yield this testimony in favor ot the
Professor's Glasses most cheerfully.
?. GEDDINGR. M. D.
I cheerfully concur lu tho opinion abovo expressed ot
the valu o of Profesior BERNHARDTS' Glisses, and their
adaptability to all defects of vision, and also to his Bklll
and judgment lu adapting the glass to each special im
perfection. H. W. DE8AUS8URE, M. D.
CIIARLEHTON, 8. O, May 28th, 1806.
I do moat willingly bear my testimony in favor of the
superiority of the Australian Crystal-single and doa
ble vision spectacles over all other kinds. They are
constructed upon tho best established and understood
principles of optics, and their adaptation to the human
eye in its different conditions of vision is so perfect, as
to render eight easy without effort. In my opinion,
none others should be uaed since the eyes once used to
those do not s oom to grow old, and by having a focus
at any point of the surface, thoy appear to rest o'er the
eye^o their yonlhfol energy.
T T. L. OGEEB, M. O.
CHARLESTON. 8. 0" May 38tb, 1800.
I have examined Professor IJEUMUAJIDTB' very com
pleto assortment of Spectacles and Lenses. They ara
better adapted than any I have before BO? n to remedy
the imperfection of vision that can be benefltted by the
use of Glasses. The pureness and clearness of the Crys
tal used, is an item worthy of special attention, as I can
testify from personal experience. I recommend Profes
sor BERNHARDT with confidence and great cheerfulness,
to the patronage of the public.
JAMES P. JERVEY, M. D.
CHARLESTON, 8. C" May 28th, 1868.
I have examined a gnat variety of Glasses manufac
tured by Professor M. BERNHARDT, and consider them
superior in quality and adapted to meet the wants of
almost every eye, in which there is a defect of vision. I
oheerfully recommend Professer BERNHARDTE Gloses
to those requiring assistance.
W. H. HDGEB, M. V.
CHARLESTON, 8. O., May 28th, 186?.
I havo examine! au extonBlvo assortment of Glasses
in the possession ot Professor BEBISH ?.HUT, and consider
them of superior quality. They are adapted to
every age and suitable to tho various delects of vision,
in which glasses aro Indicated. I take great pleasure in
recommending them to the attention of those In need of
auch articles. R. A. KINLOCH, M. P.
CHARLESTON, 8. C, Msy 28th, 1866.
We have examined the Lenses of Prof. BERNHARDT,
and consider them superior to any we have seen. They
are admirably adapted not only to improve the imper
fections of impaired sight, bnt to relieve the weariness of
vision which constant study produces. Many of the
Glasses are of new and ingenious con tri vat ce. We cor
dially recommend the Professor to all those wbo require
scientific optical aselctance.
ELIAS HOBLBECE. M. I).
WILLIAM O. HOBLBfcOK, M. D.
WM. T. WRAGG, M. D.
P. PEYRE PORUHKR. M. D.
P. M. BOBERTSON, M. D.?
CHAS. IIAN<:KEl?, late Rector of Ht. Paul's Church,
Bsdcllffeborongb, Charit aten.
THOMAS SMYTH, D.D., Pastor of 2d Presbyterian
J. S. HANCKEL, Professor.
W. 13. HOWE, Hector bl Philip's.
0. P. GAD3DEN, Hector St. Luke's.
Testimonials similar to the above may be seen at Prof.
BEIINUAHDT'H omeo, from
JOSEPH H. PLUNKETT, Pastor of St Paul's, Ports
Hon. JONATHAN WORTH, Govern or of North Carolina.
Hon. A. G. 0UUT1N, Governor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. O. P. MOUTON, Governor of Indiana
Hon. H. A. SWIFT. Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. ALEX. RAMSEY, Ex-Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. RICHARD YATES, Qovoruo- of Illinois.
H. SEYMOUR, Governor of Now York.
R. E. FENTON, Governor of New York.
And other distinguished gent lomon.
Many years of publlo practice and study in the hospi
tals in Europe, adjusting ?.pect?clos to patients under
every aspect of defectivo vision, as woll OB experience
in an extensive, long-established business in his optical
stores, both here and in Europe, Prof. BERNHARDT con
alders It a sufficient guarantee of bia ability to apply suoh
glasse? as aro beat oilculated for the assistant? or re
covery of imperfect sight.
Oflloc Hours from O A. PI. lo B P. HI.
MILLS HOUSE, LADIES? ENTRANCE,
Sttoond Floor, FrIVate Pur lor No. 3.
N. B.-Owing to aDgagemettta elsewhere, Prof. BERN
HARDT will be ?bio to remain here but a abort time only.
May it Mu
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on hand. Many of the styles we have marked down
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ovorv article is marked in PLAIN FIGURES uas l mui:'' aad
Liberal deductions aro mado on all goods bought hy tho piece, for cash.
N. B-Ladios purch_sitig Dry Goods for their Country friends will And it to their advantage to m_
us a call. We tako special paius in packing, aud wo havn mado arrangements with the I_cm__ n___
panies to corry nil packages at tho very lowest rates. No charges for packin? and Munnin1 "-"Jut
Our COUNTRY FRIENDS, entrusting their orders to us, will dud thom as well caredwk- if n,__
woro solocting for themselves. u lUBJ
Each department will bo found full, tho Btylcs well selected, and in ovory variety.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN FART OF:
3-4 L0NGCL0TH8 at 12J conts
3 _ to 7-8 Longcloths at l-l, 17, l8 to 20 cents
Superior 7-8 Shirting Lougcloths at 23 cents by tho nineo
The best brands in 7-8 and 4-4 American T nni?/?i_ti.?
SUPERIOR ENGLI8H LONGCLOTHS IN ALL QUALITIES Lon?clot?3
Fine English Shirting at 30 cents ?'
Extra English Shirting at 35 conts
Extra 4-4 English Shirtings at 37c
Extra 1-4 English Shirtings at 10 cents.
The above goods aro not to bo found any whoro else. Wo consider thom cheaper than ____
LouRcloths at samo prices. . "??m american
FINE UNBLEACHED LONGLOTHS AND 8EA ISLAND BROWN ___*ITO?f_-|
Extra Heavy Browu Shirtings, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4 wido . ?vw? ___?__N<_J,
Extra Heavy Cotton Sheetings in 0-4. 10-4, 11-4, and 12-4 wide
Pillow Caso Longcloths at all prices.
atWhrfeaS?SSfJ11 a" ?f th0 b0Ht mftk?8' PUt UP ?Q h8lf Pieafl8 for fami,y U9?- ?**?? T W ??
r_teU_*_. _"Si"A011' ?f PriC?8 f?r tUe R0UU Dopartmca?- PiII?w linens in all widths, Linen
A cheap lot of Bleached Table Damask (all Linen), which wo ofi*.?r at <1 25 nor n.r_
Damask Cloths, Damask Napkins, Damask Dovlies * ' D____q__t__i
Colored Table Damask and Colored Damask Doylies. * Damask Tray Cloths,
Moro of thoso extra quality 11-4 MARSEILLES QUILTS at $7 to $10* heat ______ ?<_??___. T?-K?
j?A._\._3:aDd 108 inch0H wid0'whicb wo wiI1 ao11 low by th0pioS ** gag ?I?
One case Linen Crash at 12A- cents; Russia Diapers in all widths and qualities
To_?HA<??Xioi???'1'1Ck,bdCtT?"?I'lag"' 250?'"a Per)">rd- D??i;s_SooloU_por
DOMESTIC GOODS 1?EPARTMENT
WILL BE FOUND FULL AND WELL ASSORTED TO MEET THE WANTS OF CONSUMERS.
^iZ^oiE^L^^^tz.c^?.zn^js BEST MAKES- T ABEOF
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
A CHEAP LOT OF DEBEGES AT 15 CENTS, ENGLISH BAREGES, SHEPHERD'S PLAIDS AND
_d____jr>*_ ?nly ?__*__ pC-r yardi MT8 and Mozambiquos from 25 to 37. conts. Embroider,
ed English Bareges at 35 cents, in good styles. -_-_>__ uiuer
0-?Al?ff.^ dama8cd- Together with
me_t ?-Tafa-f? _0* S etoP5*.Oee_ft8COl0r0d MaBHD8 at *5 ^ ' fCW pi?C?8 at 22 C?,lt8' a *<?* .**?*
seasonal few Sl^~Mu?ffi?SlAS?eS. "^ ^ * 5? C?nt8' W?rth 8? C?nt9 &Vit part of the
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
CHEAP BLACK BAREGES AND CRAPE MARETZ. Black Tamartines. Black Shally Cloths, very
desirable pood?. LnpiD's best Black Shally, in all qualities. Lupin'? Bombazines, Black Alpacas.
8-4 White Barege for Shawls. 8-4 Black Barego for Shawls. Black English Grcuadiucs. Black Mus
lins. Plain Black Lawns. Black Dress Bilks. Oil Silk.
BLACK _VNX> COLORED PARASOLS."
IN ALL OF THE LATEST STYLES AND OF THE BEST MAKES.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT WHITE COTTON CAMBRIC AT ALL PRICES;
very good ?nuality at 35 couts. Jaconet Cambric in all qualities. Soft fioish Jaconets. Nainsook
Muslins and Mull MnHlins, very good, at 37 i coiits. Cheap lot of Dottod Swiss at 35 conts. AU other
qualities in Dotted, Embroiderod, Striped and Plaid Swisses, Frilled and Tucked Spencer Muslins.
Plaid Cambrics in every variety, some as low as 25 cents.
A LARGE LOT MARKED DOWN TO FIFTY CENTS.
8-4FRENCH MUSLIN for ehawlB. A full stock of finest quality Swiss Muslins for Evening Dresses.
Colored and White Organdie Muslin. Together with cvory other article in tho White Goods line.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF EMBROIDERED EDGINGS AND IN
8ERTINGS, botb in Cambric and Swiss, to be fonnd in the city; Together with Roal Lions, Imita
tion Lacos, Collara and Cuffs, Linen Sets, Embroidered Sets, Lace Sots, Laco Collars, Emuroidered
Collars, Frilliugs and Ru?lings.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND FULL LINES OF LISLE GLOVES FOR MISSES, LADIES, AN'D GENTS.
Full lino of Silk Gloves for Children, Ladies, and Gentlemen. Full line of Laco Mitts for Ludios and
Misses, in all qualities; vory good at 50 conts per pair. Ladies' Lisle and Buck Gauntlets.
HOSIERY ! . HOSIERY !
Ladies will find full lines of the bost GERMAN aud ENGLISH HOSE to bo found iu this market.
Very pood Real English Hose at 50 couts por pair, cheap. Best makes in Gents' Brown and Bleached
Half HOMO. Pull lines of Misses' Hone, Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, Ladies' Opon-worked Hoao, Extra
size Cotton HOBO, Extra size Black Raw Silk Hose, Ludios' Gauzo Undervcats.
SHAWL AND MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
BLACK LACE POINTS. BLACK LACE SHAWLS. BLACK SILK BASQUES AND SACKS.
Whlto and Colored Barego Shawls. .
BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS. BLACK FRENCH DRAB D'ETE OF SUPERIOR QUALITIES. ?-4
Steel-mixed and Gold-mixed CaBsimorcB for Gouts' suits. Fancy CaBsimoroti, Linon Drills, Whito and
Brown Linen Ducks, Coatings, Piques and Marseilles Cottonados in all stylos, Tweods and Joans of all
8rSTILL ON HAND A GOOD STOCK OF FLANNELS, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT REASONABLE
prices. Gent's Gauzo Uudorvests.
TRIMMING AND SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT.
LADIES WILL FIND ALL OF THE MOST USEFUL AR HOLES IN THIS STOCK, SUCH AS PINS
Needles, Bnttons, Tapes, Braids, itc, fco. Wo keep alwa\s on hand Coatos' best Spool Cotton (in au
number?). Together with hundreds of other small articlos loo numerous to mention.
FJEUBNOXX OOBSETS UST AXJIZ, QUALITIES,
WOVEN FRENCH CORBETS, EMHttOlDEKED.
BELT RIBBONS IN COLORED AND BLACK.
RIBBONS IN ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS.
Together willi every other variety to be found in our lin*-. _?._,_,? ?-,_.,._" n,rr *.??, ?
*3- N. B.-Orm HTULkH A.. CON-1 ANTI.. EPLKNirt.ED BY EVERY STEAMER. CALL AND HX
AM1NE OUU 8TO0B. BEFORE PDBC1IA31NO ELS*.'"* HEHK
ST02JL. WEBB & CO.
(AT BANCROFT'**? ?_D STAND), No. 287 KING 8TBEET.
Juno 13 wfrnlmo