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The Daily INews.
MONDAY MORNING, TONE 25, 18C6.
Legend of the Hln-11.
Within the mottled syrlau shell
Tho rustling sea's B<- ocboes ring
Bowltchli g tones, whoso gent?o swoli,
Uko elghlug waves, they sweetly sing.
Tradition weaves in softest lints
Tho legend of tho bright sea shells;
With sunset hues tbolr beauty prlDts,
And diluios their sacred golden bells.
Whon to tho engor. llstenlng ear,
Tbo sybil aholl is goutly prest,
Its nij-Btio whlBpors toll, foro'r,
Its mother ocean's rogo or rust.
To lovers' hearts It tolls afar
Tbo garnarod love hld iu its cells;
And, laughing Uko a twinkling star,
Its lovely lips its secret tolls.
Thus, in my trusting heart, I sing
A voiceless song, wboso gent?o sighs
Tho zephyr bears on moonlit wings,
And to thoo with my sccrot flies.
lloiiiuHtnuHoii The Report of the Minority
-Relations of tlic Bttatcs Unchanged.
We copy tho foUowing abstract of this voluminous
document from tbo Washington National Republican, a
paper belonging to tho "other side:"
The minority of tho Joint Commltloo on Reconstruc
tion-8enator Johnson and Repr?sent?t!VCB Grlder and
Rogers-hovo p- esontod their views. In ordor to obtain
a correct apprehension of tho subjoct, and as having a
direct bearing upon It, they think it all-important clear
ly to ascertain what was tho effect of tho lato insurrec
tion upon the relaUons of the States whore it prevailed
to the General Government, and of tho pooplo, collec
tively and individually, of such States. To this inquiry
thoy therefore first addressed thomsolvcs. Did tho in
surrection at its commencement, or at any subs?quent
time, legally dissolve tho connection between those
States and tho General Govornment? In their judg
ment, so far from this being a "profitIOBB abstraction,"
it is a vital inquiry, for If that connection was not dis
turbed Bach States during tbo entire rebellion wcro OB
completely competent States of tho United States an f hey
were boforo tho rebellion, and woro bound by all tho
obligations which tbo Constitution imposes, and en
titled to all Ita privileges. Was not this their condition?
The oppOBlte vlow alono enn justify the denial of such
rights and privileges. That a Htato of the Union con
?__ without poBBce?lng thom la iucoiiBlstont-with tho
very nature of tho Government and forms of the ConsU
tullon. In its naturo the Government is formed of and
by Slates possessing equal rights and powers.
States unequal ore unknown to tbe Constitution; in
its original formation perfect equality was secured.
They were grant? d the representation in the Sonate,
and the samo right to bo roprescn'od In tho IIouso of
Representatives, the difference in tbo latter being re
gulated only by a difXerenco lu population. The equal*
lty of rights was the original thirteen States before the
Government was formed, and Buch equality was not
only not Interfered with, but guaranteed to them, as
-well In regard to the powers conferred upon tbe Uenoral
Government as to those reserved to tho States, or tho
. people of the States, it la mado nermanent and per
petual, and, for that very reason, it is equally the para
mount duty of the General Government to allow to tbe
citizens of each State, and to tho State tho rights se
cured to both, and tho protection necessary to tholr full
enjoyment. To concede that by the illegal conduct of
her own ciUzone a State can bo withdrawn from tbo
Union, is virtually to concedo the right of secoBsion.
For what difference does It mako, as regarda tho result,
whether a State can rlghtfuUy secede-a doctrino, by
tho-by, heretofore maintained by statesmen North as
well aa South-or whether by the Ulegal conduct of their
oltlzena abo ceases to bo a State of the Union ? In
either case tho end is the samo. Tho only difference 1B
that by the one theory sho ceases by law to bo such a
Stato, and by Urn other by crime without and aga nat
law. Rat the doctrine is wholly erroneous. - A State
once in the Union must abide in it forever, They can
never withdraw from or be expelled from It. A differ
ent principle would subject the Union to dissolution at
any moment. It Is, therefore, alike perilous and un
sound. Nor do the minority seo that it has any support
in tbe measures recommended by tho majority of the
The insurrectionary States are by these measures
conceded to bo States of tho Union. The proposed Con.
stitutlonal Amendment is to bo submitted to them as
well as the other States. In this respoot each is placed
on tho same ground. To consult a State not In tho
Union on tho propriety of adopting a Constitutional
Amendment to the Government of the Union and which
ia necessarily to effect thoso States only composing the
Union, would be an absurdity, and to allow an amend
ment which States In tho Union desiro to bo defeated
sonsonslcal and unjust. The Insurrection now happily
and ntterly suppressed has in no respect changed the
roiations of fho States whero it prevailed to tho General
Govornment. On tho contrary, they oro to all Intents
and purposes as completely ____ of tho Union sa they
over wero. A different doctrino nocessarlly leads to a
dissolution of tho Union. _he Constitution supposes
that insurrections may exist in a Stato, and provides
for their BuppreBsion by giving Congress the power to
"call forth the militia" for the purpose. The power 1B
not to subjagate the Slate within whoso limit the Insur
rection may prevail and to extinguish it as a Stoto, but
to preserve it as such by subduing tho rebellion, by
acting on the individual persona ongaged in it, and not
__? ____-_-_ __. Tt_ *__*is "Jto-athor conBerva
tive; to protect a State and _ol destroy it; to prevonther
"__.? l?iten out of the Union by Individual crime: not
any contingency to put ber out or keep her ont. A
different principle leads to a disintegration that must,
BOpnor cr later result In t(?3 ;^-.j**rati,o_ cf aU, and tho
consequent destruction of the Govornment.
The minority thon proceed to consider what there 1B
In tho present political condition of tho Southern States
that justifies their exclusion from representation in
OongreBB. Is It because they aro without organized gov
ernments or without governments, republican in point
of form? In fact it is known that thoy have govern
ments completely organized, with legislative, execnUve
and judicial fnncUons. It is known that they are now
in BUoccBsful operation. No one within their limits
questions their loyalty or 1B denied their protection.
How they wero formed-under what auspices thoy wore
formed-are inquiries with which Congress has no con
cern. The right of the people of a Stato to form a gov
ernment for themselves has never been questioned. In
the absence of any restriction that right would be abso
lute. Any form could be adopted that they might de
termino upon. Tho Constitution imposes but a singlo
restriction: that the government sdop-id shall be of a
republican form, and that is dono in the obligation to
. Kuaranteo any Stato such a form. It gives no power to
name a constitution fora State; it operates alone on
one already formed by tho Stato.
In the words of the F?deralist, No. 44, It "supposes a
?re-existing government of tho form to be guaranteed."
hese and other points are' argued at length, and tho
minority say in conclusion: "Tho undersigned havonot
thought it necessary to examine into the legality of the
measures adopted either by the late or the prosont
President for tho restoration of the Southern States.
It is sufficient for their purpose to say that if thoso of
President Johnson were not Justified by the Constitution
the same mayat least bo said of thoso of hiB predecessor.
We deem such an examination to be unnecessary,
because, howevor it might result, the people of the leve,
ral States who possessed, as wo havo boforo ?aid, the
B-ct-tiv? right to decide for themselves what constitu
tion? thoy should adopt, have adopted thoso nnder
which they respeoUvely live. The moUvea of either
President, how?vor, whether tho measures wero legal
ttt not, ar? not liable to censure. The sole object of
eaoh was to effect a complote and early union of all tho
Staten, to mako tho General Government, as it did at
first, embrace all, and to extend its authority and Bo
cure its privilegos and bloB_i_n to ali alike.
"Thepurity of motivo of President Johnson in this
particular, as was to have been expectod, is admitted by
the majority of the committee to be beyond doubt.
For, wbatevor was their opinion of the unconatitntion
aUty of his course, and ita tendency to enlarge the Ex
ocuUvo power, thoy tell us that thoy do not for a mo
ment impute to him any such design, but cheerfully
concede to him the most patriotic motives; and we
cannot forbear to aay, in conclusion, upon that subject,
that ho ?ina against light and closes his eyes to the
course, of the Protldent during the rebellion, from its
inception to its close, who ventures to impeach his
patrio tint?. Surrounded by insurrectionists, ha stood
firm. His Ufo was almost constantly in peril, and he
clung to the Union and discharged all tho obligations
It imposed npon bim, evon closer because of the peril;
and now that ho ha? escaped unharmed, and by tbo
confidence of tho poople has devolved upon him the
Executive functions of the Government, to chargo bim
with disloyalty is either a folly or slander. Folly in tho
fool who believes it; ?landor lu the mon of sonso, if any
such there be, who utters it"
[From the Wathingto? Correipondincc of the San Fran
cise? Alta California.]
The Ilosseau-Grlnnell Fracas.
Tho best commentary on tbo recent chastisement ol
Mr. GrlnncU by Gon. Rosaran which I havo hoard oi
road, wa? a remark mado ty a gonlloman iu tho course
of a social conversation. Said he:
" It appears to mo that ono IB likely lo condemn or te
Justify the aaaault on Mr. Grlnnoll according to tho Ughl
in which the matter is viewed. In tho solo light of hu
man roaaon, tho assault Was entirely unjuettflablo and
" In thought of human nature, tho attack was at loaal
excusable if not justifiable. As a matter of reason, ne
wrong can be redressed by a wren g ; and in fact not hin (j
In the case was bettered by the OBsanlt of Gen. ROBeeae
on his opponent. The day has gono by for soli-Justlfl
catlon by means which do not owe their potoocy ti
mora] force. Eut'as a matter of human nature, evcrj
man of spirit can understand why Gen. Rossean wai
impelled to the assault; and that impulse carries witt
it Us own justifica tion. Rough old Dr. Johnson uttered
a cogent truth when he said: 'A man has a porfect-rlght
to call mo a d-?1 liar; but / havo also a perfect rlgbt to
knock him down for it.'
.. wiii'ii all sublunary affairs aro rogulatod on tho
basis of puro reason, we may hope for the non-occur
renco of such ovonts as those; but ao long as human
nature it human nature it will ombrsco a few oloinonta
In Ita composition.outsido and beyond moro roason."
In regan! to the sboro, I can only say that tho rcadors
of tho ?l??u aro at porfect llborty to tako whichever Bldo
thoy plcaso-that of human reason or that of hum in
[Wo bcllovo wo aro not mistaken whon wo stato, that
iu this port of tbo world-though wo aro a highly civil
ized, moral and Christian community-thero is still
sonio lingering romuant of tho Old ADAM; and " that of
human nature" will probably bo preferred. On moral
subjects, old SAM JOHNSON was no moan auiliorl ty.]
XT T. B. BYNNER, IMFORTEB AND DEAL
ER IN WATCHES and JEWELRY ; Agonoy for the
AMERICAN WATCH ; also, overy varioty of SWISS and
ENGLISH WATOHES, at the lowest market prices,
No. 189 Broadway, Now York-ostabllsbod twenty years.
Trado Price Liste sont on application.
January 19 fmwCmo
?-MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Mon.
AIRO, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate the vital
power?, with euro means of rellof. Sent free of charge
in scaled lottor envelopes. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, PhUadelphla, Pa.
April 17 _ 3mo.
mr S P E OIA L NOTIOE.- "GREATOAE8 FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
ninan raco spring from causes so small as to almost
ely detection. The volumes of scientific loro that AU
the tables and shelves of tho medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smallest
pimple on tho skin la a toU-talo and indicator of disease;
It may fade and die away from Uio Burfaco of the body,
nui it wlU reach tho vitals, porhapB, at last, and doath
bo the rosnlt and final close. MAGGIEL'8 BILIOUS
DY8FEPTI0, and DIARRHEA PELLS euro where al)
others faU.. WhUo for Burns, B*-~Jda, Chilblains, Cuts,
and all abraalona of the Bkln, MAQGIFL'8 Solve la in
falUble. Sold by J. MAOQIEL, No. 43 Fulton-strcet,
New York, and aU Druggists, at 25 couts per box.
Soptembor 25 lyr
MaT BATOHELOR'8 HAIR DYE!- THE ORIQ1NAL
and beat in tho world 1 The only truo and porfect HAIR
DYE. Harmless, RoUsblo and Instantaneous. Produces
lmmeiliatoly a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out injuring the hair or skin. Romcdlea the ill effeots c
bad dyoB. 8old by aU Druggists. Tho genuine Is Blgned
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEUB?,
For restoring and Beautifying the Ha)-.'.
ORARLES BATCHELOR, Mew York.
August 17 lyr
j?r ITCH 1 ITCH I IT0H1 SO RAT O HI
SCRATCH 1 SOBATOH1 WHEATON'B OINTMENT
will cure the Itch in 48 hours. Also enroa Salt Rheum,
Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
60 cents. For sale by all druggists. By sending 00
cents to WEEKS k POTTER, Bole Agent?, 170 Washing,
ton street Boston, it wlU be forwarded by mail, free of
postage, to any part of tho United States,
Juno 4 OmoB
??-ARTIFICIAL EYES_ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES mado to order and inserted by Drs. F.
BAUCH and-P. QOUOELMANN (formerly employed by
ROIR.SONNF.AU, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, New York.
aW AWAY WITH SPECTACLES_OLD BYES
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet maUed free on receipt of ten cent*. Address
E. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
"A amllo waa on hor Up-health was in her look
strength was in her step, and in her bands-PLANTA
A few bottles of P_ANTATIO?I Bmxaa
WiU euro Nervous HeadBcho.
" Cold Extremities anckFeverlsh Lips.
" Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
'< Flatulency and Indigestion.
.. Nervon? ?Affections.
" Excessive Fatiguo and Short Breath.
.? Pain over the Eyes.
" Mental Despondency.
" Prostration; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, &o.
Which are the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYHPEPfllA.
It is estimated tbat seven-tenths of all adult aumenta
proceed from a deceased and torpid livor. The biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing bato the stomach poi
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able to present the most
remarkable ouro for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the
PLANTATION BITTEUS, and not au instance of complaint
has come to our kuowlodgo 1
It is a moat effectual tonto and agreeablo stimulant,
suited to all conditions of life.
Tho reports that it rollos upon mineral substances for
Its active properties, aro wholly false. For the satis
faction of the public, and that patienta may consult
their physicians, we append a list of its components.
CAI.IHAYA BATIK.-Celebrated for over two hundred
years in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspopsla,
Weakness, otc. It waa introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy of Peru, in 1040, and
afterwards sold by the Jesuits for the tnormou* price oj
it* own weight in ?tiver, under the name of Jesuit's Poto
der*, and waa finally made public by Louis XVI, King
of Franco. Humboldt makes especial reforenco to its
febrifuge quaUties during his South American travels.
OAHCAIULI.A BABK-For diarrhoea, coUc and diseases
of the stomach and bowels.
DANDRLION-For inflammation of the loina and drop
OHAMOMILE FLOWKIUJ-For enfeebled digestion.
LAVKKDKII FLOWEIUI-Aromatic, stimulant and tonio_
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
WnrrxiianHXN-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc.
Aims-?In aromatio carminative; creating flesh,
muscio and milk ; much used by mothers nursing.
?Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake
Another wonderful Ingredient, of great use among
the Spanish ladies of South America, imparting beauty
to the complexion and brillianoy to the mind, la yet un
known to ino commerce of the world, and we withhold
ita same for the present.
ROOHKSTKB, N. Y, December 38,1851.
Melara. P. H. DRAKE k Co.-I have been a great auf
ferer from Byepepala for three or fonr years, and had to
abandon my profesalon. About titree months ago I
tried the Plantation Bittere, and to my great Joy I am
now nearly a well mae. I havo reoommonded them in
sovoral coses, and, aa far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I am, rotpeotfuUy yours,
Rov. J. S. OATHORN.
PHILADELPHIA, loth Month, 17th Day, 1863.
ResPZOTXD Fnium:-My daughtor has been much
benefltted by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt sond mo two bottles moro.
Thy friend, ASA OURRIN.
SnaauAN Housz, CHICAGO, HI, )
_ _. . February 11,1663. j
MJ8BB8. P. H. DRAKE k Co. :-Please send ns another
twelvo cases of your Plantation Bittors. As a morning
nppoUeor, thoy appear to havo superseded everything
oiso, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, Ac, GAGK b WAITE.
Arrangements aro now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, whi- h baa net heretoforo boon
The publia may reat assured that in no CASO will the
perfectly pnro standard of tho PLJU-JTATION BiTr_ns bo
departed from. Bvtry bottle liars she fat Simile of our
ttgnature on a tteel plate engraaina, or it tannot be ger.
Any parson pretending to ttU P_AH_?_noM BITT_BS fit
?_* K3 *htJalUm> ? a swindler and impotUr. Reuare
of refilled bottle*. St thal our Private Stamp it Umra
TTLATBD our every cork.
Sold by aU Druggists, ?rocera and Dealera throughout
P. a DRAKE & CO., New York.
Apr? -?O ftnwlyr
PRIVATE PARLOR No. 3.
LATE OF BERLIN, PRUSSIA,
IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION.
BINGLE AND DOUBLE VISION
THE ONLY PERFECT LEN? IN EXISTENCE.
Snporior to any othor in URO-constructed in accordance
with tho sclenco and philosophy of c.iture iu the pecu
liar form of n
Admirably adapted to tbo Organ of Sight, and perfectly
natural to tho eye, affording altogether the best artificial
help to tho hit-ian vision ovor invented.
Sold only by tho Professor of Optics and Specatclo
t THE ADVANTAGES
Of these Spectacles over all others, aro :
1st. -Tli?' only true Lens known, bein**
perfectly free from chromatic light BO well known to bo
tho COUBO of injury to tho vision, and which makes tho
chango from Spectacles to Glasses of stronger powers so
often required, whllo both near and distant objects aro
Been with equal facility through the samo Glasees.
Md.-Can be worn nidi perfect cnae for
any length of time at one sitting, giving astonishing
clearness of vision, particularly by caudle or othor arti
ficial light-comfort to the spectacle wearer hitherto un
3d.-When ttie eyes adie or pain through
tho action of a bright light, such as Is reflected from
i-low, sunny weather, whito paper, and In reading,
writing or sowing, or vivid colored bodies, those lonsea,
by softening the rays, effect a most agreeable sensation
and glvo great relief.
-1 tli.-In it 11 nervous affections of tim eye
causing dull and a tai t Iiiig pains in the eyo-baU or tem
ple, appearance of luminous and dark spots In the at
mosphere, aching or feeling Uko Bind in the eye, the
disturbed nerves are quieted and soothed.
tit li,-Ground by peculiar machinery, got
np at great cost, mathsmaUcally calculated expressly
for the manufacture of this lens, so as to produce It with
tho true spher cal accuracy, and Its focus Is at tho exact
centre, a point of vital Importance, and which no other
len B possesses.
Oth.-Proof of superiority over the old
klud of Spectacles. Thoy aro used exclusively at al tho
hospitals for diseases of the oye, in OefUn, Prussia, . _
____ OF RECOMMENDATIOHS
From Medical gontlemen, Professors of the hlghost
Opthahnlc talent in Charleston, S. 0., and in the Union.
OHARLESTOH, S. 0., Hay 28th, 1806.
I have examined a great variety of Glasses manufac
tured by Professor M. BEIINUXILDT, and in justice, to the
Professor must say, that his Glasses aro ofo__uporior
quality, adapted to meet the wants of almost every eye,
where the vision is in any way Imperfect. The Profes
sor selected for mo a pair of his Australian Crystal
Glasaea which are of a very auperior quality and work
manship, rendering vision very distinct, almost as por
ProfeaioVsl_?__ __?. _l-__mony m favor of the
E. GEDDING8, M. D.
I cbeorfnUy concur in tho opinion above expressed of
the value of Profeaeor _____A-D-. Glasses, and their
adaptability to all defects of vision, and also to his aklU
snd Judgment lu adapting tho glass to each sp?cial im
perfection. H. W. DKSAUSSURE, M. D.
CHARLESTON. 8. 0., May 28th, 1860.
I do most wUllngly bear my testimony in favor of the
superiority of the Australian Crystal-single and dou
ble vision spectacles over all other kinds. They are
constructed upon the boat established and understood
principles of optics, and tbolr adaptation to the human
eye In its different conditions of vision is so perfect, as
to render sight easy without effort. In my opinion,
none othor? should be used since the eyes once need to
those do not seem to grow old, and by having a focus
at any point of the surface, they appear to rest o'er the
eyos to their youthful energy.
_. L. OGIER, M. D.
OHARLES-ON, S. 0., May 28th, 1806.
I have examined Professor BEHNHARD TB* very com
i?te assortment of Spectacles and Lenses. They are
otter adapted than any I have before BO? n to remedy
the Imperfection of vision that can bo bonefittod by the
use of Glasses. Tho pureness and clearness of the Crys
tal used, is an item worthy of special attenUon, as I can
testify from personal experience. I recommend Profes
sor -Kusu AiwT with confidence snd great cboerfulnoss,
to the patronage of the public.
JAMES P. JERVEY, M. D.
STATE o. Sorrrn CAROLINA, )
EXECUTIVE I) EI-AMMKNT, S
Columbia, June 19,1860. )
Sin: I have mode full and satisfactory test of the
spectacles procured from you, and I have the pleasure
to say that tho glasses are better adapted to my oyes
than any I have over used. The facility with which you
fitted the glass to my cyo famished me conclusive evi
dence of your scientific skill in optics and your thorough
oxporienco as an oculist.
Your attainment?! in your profession entitle you to
the confidence, patronage, and gratitude of the public,
I have the honor to be,
Very rcspectfuUy yours,
JAMES L. ORR,
Governor of South Carolina.
Prof. M. BEI-IUH-T, Charleston, 8. 0.
CHARLESTON, B. 0., May 38th, 1866.
Wo have examined the Lenses of Prof. ____*_IT,
and consider them superior to any we have seen. They
are admirably adapted not only to Improve the imper
fections of impaired sight, bqtto relieve tho weariness of
vision which constant study produces. Many of the
Glasses are of new and ingenious contriver oe. We cor
dially recommend the Professor to all those who require
eolenUflo optical astistance.
ELIAS HORLBBOK. M. D.
WILLIAM O. HORLDEOE, M. D.
WM. T. WRAGG, M. D.
F. PEYRE PORCHER, M. D.
Vf. H. HOGER, M. D.
B. A. KINLOCK, M. D.
F. M. BOBERT80N, M. D.
OHAS. HANOKEL, lato Rector of St. Paul's Church,
THOMAS SMYTH, B.D., Pastor of 2d Presbyterian
3. 8. HANOKEL, Professor.
W. B. HOWE, Rector St. Philip's.
O. P. GADSDEN, Rector St. Luke's.
Testimonials similar to tho above may bo asen at Prof.
BT?BN-ABDT'B ofilce, from
JOSEPH H. PLUNKETT, Paator of St. Paul's, Ports
Hon. JONATHAN WORTH, Governor of North Carolina.
' Hon. A. G. CURTIN, Governor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. O. P. MORTON, Governor of Indi ana.
Hon. H. A. SWIFT, Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. ALEX. RAMSEY, Ex-Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. RICHARD YATES, Governor of Illinois.
H. SEYMOUR, Governor of Now York.
R. E. FENTON, Governor of Now York.
And other distinguished gentlemen.
Many years of pabilo practico and study in the hospi
tals In Europe, adjusting spectacles to paUonta under
every aspect of defocUve vlalon, as wau as experlenco
ln an extensive, longostabllshod business In his opUoal
stores, both here and in Europe, Prof. BB_HI__->r con
siders It a sufficient guarantee of lila ability to apply suoh
glasses as are best calcul?t" for the aaalstauce or re
covery of Imperfect sight.
O/noo Hours from 9 A. HI. to 5 p. M.
MILLS HOUSE, LADIES' ENTR?NGE,
Second Floor, Private Psurlor No. 3.
I K. B,-Owing to engagementa elsewhere. Prof. Bra?.
____T will be able to remain hera bnt a abort time only.
| May 81 law
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 KING STREET,
Several cheap lots of DRY GOODS, together with a full STOCK
on hand. Many of the styles we have marked down
to very LOW PRICES, as per advertisement.
rE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR FRIENDS ANO THE PUHLIC'GENER _LL?
we 1>,IV?. IBI-Cily increased our Storo und STOCK OF GOODS, to meet the irroat demand* for
38 in ?mr LINK. . or taking in tho adjoining ?Store enable? lu to koop it much fan? assortment
in onoh depart ui?-nt. The greater part of our Block waa bought whoa tho Northern niarkota wore at
the low-cut prie, H W. uro thcroby onablod to e?.-ll ?mr gooda an low, if not LOWER thnn anv Drv
Goods Hr?u-?> In tho city, notwithatauding tho profiont advaneo in tho Northern market for almon.
ovary articln in liar lim*. Wo havo B?mo fow loading articles at very low price? in each donirtnienk
and wo wil guarnido?* to sell all other atylea at the lowcat market oncea. We h?vn II\-?* r>i>ri?r* ?".i
overy article ia mai It, i in PLAIN FIGURE8 u ? Ul?u *M
Liu? ral <tctliicti?>iiH re made on all gooda bought by tho piece, for cash.
N. B.- Lidie - j.ureh ..-inK Dy Gooda for their Country frionda will Bud it t0 tilcir ailvaiitaco to niva
U8 a call. VV? ink- ??.-.-lal pauia in packing, and wo have mado arrangcinenta with tho BxDresa Com
panie? to curry nil pa-kagca at tho very lowcat ratea. No chargea for packinc and -hlrmln?
Our COUNTRY rRIKNDS, cntruBtiug their ordora to ua, will flud them aa well cared for aa if tho*
wore ?electum for ilii-mselvea. -*
Each depart meut ?ni be found full, the Blyles well eelccted, and in every variety.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN PART OF:
3-4 LON?CLOTIH at 12$ cent?
3-d to 7-8 Longcloths at 14, 17, l8 to 20 conta
Superior 7-8 Shirting LougclotbR at 23 conta by tbo pieco
Tho beat branda in 7-8 and 4-4 American Louccloths
SUPERIOR ENGLISH LONGCLOTHS IN ALL QUALITIES UOU?c,ot?8
Fino Engliali Shirting at 30 conta
Extra Engliali Shirting at 35 cents
Extra 4-4 English Shirtings at 37c
... Extra 4-4 Engliali Shirtings at 40 CCHIH.
Tho above gooda aro not to bo found any where else. Wo conaider thom clieanci- than An.<--ri.?_r.
Langclotha at ?arno pricoa. l M amv?"-.*"
FINE UNBLEACHED LONGLOTOS AND SEA ISLAND BROWN SHIRTTKOH
Extra Hoavy Brown Shirtings, 31, 7-8, 4-4 wklo -*I?.?IJ.I*.?_S.
Extra Hoavy Cotton Sheetings in 9-4.10-4,11-4, and 12-4 wido
Pillow Caao Longclotha at all prices.
IRISH LINENS in all of Ibo bout makes, put up in half piojos for family uao, which wo uri 11 sol?
at WholOBalo prices.
Also, a good asBortmout of prices for the Retail Department. Pillow Litiotid in all widths, Liuon
Shootings in all widths.
A choap lot of Bleached Table Damask (all Linen), which TVC oiler at 11.25 per yard
Damask Olotlia, DamaBk Napkins, Damask Doylies Damask Tray Cloths,
Colored Table Damask and Colored Damask Doyiies.
Moro of those extra quality ll-_ MARSEILLES QUILTS at *7 to .10; host quality Mosquito Bobi
net in 90, 100, and 108 inches wido, which vro will sell lot? by tho pioco. Best quality Paviliou Gauz?
Ono case Linen Cra?h at 121 couts; Russia Diapers in all widths and qualities.
Ono case of cheap Linon Huckaback Toweliiug at 25 cents per yard. Dowlas aud Scotch Diaper
Towelling in all qualities.
DOMESTIC GOODS DEPARTMENT
WILL BE FOUND FDLL AND WELL ASSORTED TO MEET THE WANTS OF CONS?MER8.
l8 WELL ASSORTED IN STYLES AND COLORS, FROM TUE BEST MAKES. WE ARE OF
FERING Good Stylo Dress Prints at 20 conta, warranted fast colors.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
A CHEAP LOT OF DEBEGES AT 15 CENTS, E-fOLISH BAREGES, SHEPHERDS PLAIDS AND
English Muslins only 15 cents per yard. Lonos and Mozambiqucs from 25 to 37J couts. Embroider
ed English Bareges at 35 cents, in good styles.
A few pieces Embroidored Piuoapplo Grenadine??, ?it 25 cents, a littlo damaged. Togothor wit ii
other styles at as low prices as aro to be found iu the city.
Wo aro offoring a cheap lot of Colored Muslins at 25 couts, a fow pioccB at 22 couts, a _ood assort
ment at 85, 37J, 40, 45 to 50 cents. b
A choap lot of French Chintz Muslins marked dowu to 50 conts, worth 80 conta first part of the
season. A fow colored Muslin Bobo Dresses.
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
CHEAP BLACK BAREGE8 AND CRAPE MARETZ. Black Tamartincs. Black Shally Cloths, very
desirable goods. Lupin's best Black Shally, in all qualities. Lupin's Bombazines, Black Alpacas.
8-4 White Barege for Shawls. 8-4 Black Barege for Shawls. Black English Gronadines. Black Mus
lins. Plain Black Lawns. Black Dress Silks. Oil Silk.
BLACK _._"_> 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 ?juality at 85 couts. Jaconet Cambric in all quahtios. Soft finish Jaoonots. Nainsook
Muslins and Mull Muslins, very good, at 37V conta. Cheap lot of Dotted Swiss at 85 cents. AU other
qualities in Dotted, Embroiderod, Striped and Plaid Swisses, Frilled and Tucked Spencer Muslins.
Plaid Cambrics in ovory variety, somo as low as 25 cents^
A LARGE LOT MARKED DOWN TO FIFTY CENTS.
8-4FRENCH MUSLIN for shawls. A full stock of finest quality Swiss Muslins for Evening Drosse-..
Colored and White Organdie Muslin. Together with ovory other article in tho Whito Goods Uno.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF EMBROIDERED EDGINGS AND IN
8ERTINGS, both in Cambric and Swiss, to be foand in the city; Togothor with Roal Laces, Imita
tion Laces, Collars and Caffs, Linon Sets, Embroidered Sets, Lace Sots, Laco Collars, Embroidered
Collars, FrUlings and Rufilings.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND FULL LINES OF LISLE GLOVES FOR MISSES.-LADIES, AND GENTS.
FuU line of Silk Gloves for Children, Ladies, and Gentlemen. FuU Uno of Lace Mitts for Ladies a__>
Misse??, in aU qualities; very good at 50 conts per pair. Ladies' Lisio and Buck Gauntlet?.
Ladies will find full Unes of the best GERMAN and ENGLISH HOSE to be found in this market.
Very good Roal English Hose at 50 couts por pair, choap. Best makes in Gents' Brown aud Bleaohed
Hall Hose. FuU linos of M?SBOS' Hoso, Ladies' Lisle Thread Hoso, Ladios' Open-worked Hoso, Extra
size Cotton Hoso, Extra size Block Baw SUk Hose, Ladies' Gauze Undorvests.
SHAWL AND MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
BLACK LACE POINTS. BLACK LACE SHAWLS. BLACK SILK BASQUES AND SACKS.
White and Colored Barogo Shawl?.
BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS. BLACK FRENCH DRAB D'ETE OF SUPERIOR QUALITIES. 6_
Steel-mixed and Gold-mixed Oaesimeros for Gents' suits. Fancy Cassimeros, Linou Drills, Whito and
Brown Linen Ducks, Coatings, Piques and MaraeiUos Cottonadcs in all styles, Tweeds and Joans of all
STILL ON HAND A GOOD STOCK OF FLANNELS, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT REASONABLE
prices. G?iit'a Gauzo Uudorvoata.
TRIMMING AND SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT.
LADIES WILL FIND ALL OF THE MOST USEFUL ARTICLES IN THIS STOCK, SUCH A8 PINS.
Noodlos, Buttons, Tapes, Braids, ?co., Ac. Wo koop always on hand Coates boat Spool Cotton (in all
numbers). Together with hundreds of other small articlos too numerous to mention.
? FBENOH OOBSETS IE*T ALL <_jT_r_-_I_I_:.T__S.
WOVEN FRENCH CORSETS. EMBROIDERED.
BELT RIBBONS IN COLORED AND BLACK.
RIBBONS IN ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS.
Together with every othor variety to be found in our line. s
mr -LII-OUR _*___B Ant CON-TANT-V I'KPLENIUflED BY EVERT STTAMER. CALL AND BX?
AMINE OUR. -TOOK BEFORE Pu BOHA8IN- ELSEWHERE.
ST03_L. WEBB & CO.,
(AT BANOBOFrS CLD STAND), No. 287 KING STBEE'V.
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