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The Daily lEsTews.
FRIDAY MOBNING, JUNE 29, 18G0.
[KO- THE DAILY SEWS ]
Tilt "Vacant Chair."
HY MHS. C. A. lilli
Tho cloud which shadowed our onco bright lan? ?t
length baa rolled away, _?ir.,iK i,,,?
Thou?- tho ran of peace ou BoutUorn Hearts slu-d. hut
ThouinAS arma baa oaased, ami those lou?
Arerc!"rmurfro,nU?ic.rWani,er.,.P-. to ?.?roll ... lb?
light i?r home.
Home! Wats world of incinorlos elus'or round that
How ."AA-IB and ?Rivera-how tho ?lad puh.es
Whan'a?no.g from that well loved s.iot. wo come
to It ouco more, - .
And soo. unchanged, tu? dew root tree, aud tho old fa
' millar door.
But ala?! ?las! for thone, who como monning a brokou
Grieving for ono whogo light wout out on tho far-oiTflold
In vain for Uioni Is tho homestead bright, with flower
ota rich and raro; '___, ...
Thoy (col but tho aching void within, seo naught but tho
Ibo father bows hla statoly head wbtlo toara of nngvtlsli
Tho aletera enter their onco glad homo with trembling
' BtepB, and 8lO?V; ii.__a.aa_
Tho mother erica out for her youngest boro, tho child
of hK lovo and caro,
And buratlug Bobs con v.-leo nor lorui as aho kucols by
tho "vacaut chair." . , ,. ?,
The Bro glows on the woll-kuown hearth .OK brightly as
of yoio, ? -
Hut one loved fnco, lu Ita cheerful ff?hr. thoy will see
again ho moro.
There Is naught to toll of thoir treasure now but a lock
of phill tug h.-ilr- .
A mound of earth-a memory-and au ever 'vacant
chair." . !
..".?U vi. - "
TUno will h?nd up their bleeding hearts, a? into tho past
. It rolle, ....
"Will still tho wavcB of bHterncBS, i ow surging o'er their
But Ih?; ro?BRlng Huk from tho chain ol lovo-tho one
who Is not thoro
yrtli ever bo present, to memory'? eye, when they soo
1 tho "vacant chair."
. ; '-, .* .' vn.
Thus sad baa boon tho coming homo of many a house
'Throughout tho length and breadth of our own onm
fr?w and happy land. . - :?
Wlioro'?-* wo turu, wo miss familiar forms, no longer
v hore; _
Whore'ar w? go, find sorrowing hearts, and seo "one va
? cant chair."
" ?-UAn-EaxoN, Juno 27th. n , j v
Tine I.oiiinvtn<- ?PrcaUytcry n.n?i tho ?OBD
-.- ral Aakcmbly--uiporirttit A? Mon. '.
.: On Tuesday last that portion of tho Louisville
PreBbytory which, led by Messrs. Robinson and
Wilnon. repudiated the not of,the General Assem
bly of tho Old School Presbyterian. Church, met
at Louisville. On motion of Mr. Robinson, a com
mittee, consisting of Dr. McPheeters, Ml'. Cosby,
Dr. Hopkins," Mr. Hanna _ud Mr.- Oasacday. wcro
appointed to expresa ihe vlovys of tti? Pr??uy?ery
upon ,ho exoluaiou of its conimissionera from tho
Gouoral Aesombiy. Tho committed was instruct
ed to uee ita discretion in making its report, as a
minuta foi'tho .Presbytery or ?s?vu' address to tho
different? -burche?. . .-? ?
Ex-Governor Wickliffe described the action of
tho Ba\tpnoro church (Mr. Bullock's) in withdraw
ing frouj tho Assembly, and hoped a meeting for
similar action would be held in Louisville, in Oc
Mr. Robinson, howover, suggested that it would
lie better io hold tho meeting ni St. Louie on the
1-th of August. Mi
Mr- Wilson also favored St. Louis, as they could
go there and condole with the downtrodtlon minis
ters who had bcon fined *50O for preaching with
o-nt'taking the oath of qllegianco to the State au
J, After discussing various mattara of morely local
Governor wioirnne, uxci utrea comffusaiouors to
tbo General Assembly, were considered.
- Mr.'-Vicldlfio dcBcribod ' his reception verbally.
He ???.iii the men thorq. feared the eloquence of
-Tp.ssrs. R-jbmaon and Wilson, and als? expelled
Mr. Ferguson lo. telling.the truth, or what was
abort or tho truth. ' The ex-Governor was also in
dignant over his own maltreatment. ' -
Mr. Robinson then roported for himself and
Mr. Wilson. He said they had been sent to tho
Assembly yrith.a commission running thus .: To
consult, vote ?aud determine on nil things that
may como .boforo that body ?according to the
?ir inciplea and constitution : of this churoh and
ho word of Cod. If those-who.-hold that tho
power of the Assembly is so unlimited that they
can enact, o.t tho will of tho majority, ovon of
four to one, what they ploaso, had they simply
looked at tho commission under whioh its mem
bora aoted from the Prcsbytorl?s, they might
have seqn that tho Asaembly, in the first placo, in
rightly restricted to cnaotmenta aqcordiug lu the
constitution, and in the second place js tho croa
ture of the Pr??byteries, who, 'in tho very com
mission, resorve the right to havo reported to
thom, as we. do hero to-nightj whether tbo act?
dono aro in conformity vvith the word of God and
the constitution. .'- ''
He was folloirod by Mr. Wilson, who spoke at
great length, expresaiajr his conviction that the1
Spirit of God was not in the ?-asexably. Those
who eiood by its action would loso their oivil and
religious liberty. The last act in tho'drama waa
the publishing of the banna between the Now and
the old Sohools. The banna have beon published,
aud themarriage ia to take place next year. He
read tho namos of the persons who are to officiate
in tye penmans. Ho read a resolution of tbo As
sembly, which ho Baid was to bo ?tho marriage
dowry. This resolution rejoices that the Freed
niou's Du renn is continued in that State, and the
civil rights bill is a law, and further- states that
negroes should bo eutit)oJ to suffrage Ho said
that this was tho dowry, and tho one we must
accopt, or bo callod traitors to our God and
country. . *
"A dispaloh from Louisville gives tbo subsequent
proceedings, t ?llqsolutionn wore adopted to sot
aside tho ?.dare, endorsed by tho Asaonl?y, and
concurred in the net of thoir .?ommiasionora at
St, LoniS as their own, and proceeded throughout
on the ground that from tho timo tho delegates
.vroro excluded'the Assembly had no jurisdiction
over thom, and its acts, BO far a_ they concern the
Presbytery, wcro a usurpation. - Aminority, jvlio
dositod if)' ?nati-vn the General Aiorabl?,-with
dresr axAl !/orni?d-> another Preabyteryv' 'Thef
adopted resolutions denouncing tho contumacious
conduot of, the eecodora.frow.the Presbytery re
monati?tm-ft Kvith- tllcnl for-lheii faWori?rcon_-se
warning the ?hurchoa against thom, and tho ?in
or 8cMism,'Arm ro-affirhilng thiMr devotion "na ad
heranoo to tho General Assembly. v '?.?'? .. .".
Tap-SON .youi*. IN, AnAfliMa.-pTho United
StatbS C?att?now being liold-at M?-tgon>ery, AU,,
and preeidedovef by Judgo Diet ?ustoed, ia in
quiring into Uio-oafo of Qoorgo W. Gale, who,- it
?will bo remembered, p-kpposcd to raise $1,000,000
to pay/or tho asBaasiii\tion of,Lincoln and a?iv
ard, aniUp'ibllHlied a i-R<d: to 'that effect in the
Solma Dispatch. Ho plenpbd not guilty, and waa
allowed to givo bail in *?15.000. ?ho caaes of Wm.
G. Jones, formor United Htato_ Judgo, A.'J. Re
quior, Attorney-Geuorai Muses, Olorlt, and Ool
tart, Marshal, and aubaequontly ailing thus? posi
tion? in tho Confcdtirato States District Court,
wero called, and Judge Rcqiiicr. wax ?llowod to
give bail for $15,000. Moses has boen pardoned,
and consequently only a nominal' bail was re
quired. Boqnior and Coltart have not been ar
rested, c? : . i .
-?mm i y |
The New York _>at'f.iy News says : "The valuo oi
a munn voto in Cincinnati has boen put at ont
cent by a jury who receutly gavo in ?verdict in a
cas? in which a negro sued ft judgo of blecliona
for ten thousand ?lollara damages for having re
fused his voto. This valuation of a 'colored' vote
?houjd havo a cheering effect upon .the Radicals.
In caso 'manhood apffrago' should, becomo a fl?\od
fact, thoy can calculate to a nicbty tho o^oct
anajunt of Ihrir 'colored' election' expenses." '
?-SEA ISLAND 8HIRT&-A FIRST 0LAB8
YOKE 8BIRT, for gontlomon for $8 each. Will fit any
well fortnod mon porfc otly. Mado In tbo boat manner from
tbo excellent cottons of the Ann WIINIHT MILLB and lln
euB of FKN-ELI. A SOW, BELI-AHT, InE_ND. Thoso eii
pcrb shirt!? will bo sont to any point lu tho 8outh whoro
there Is an'ExprcsB Ofllco for $30 per dozen-tbo pay
collected on dcllvory.
All Lloon SHIRTS, $3 75.
3 and 4 ply Linen Collars, $1 per dozen.
IUilta Ganzo Underdo'hing, ut $1 25 encli.
Atid a general assortment ?if Cloutlonieu's Goode at
similar prices. AddrosB orders t >
P. F. SMITH A FOWLER,
Jujie 25 wfmlmo 3 Park How. Now York.
?.DU rCHER'8 "LIGHTNING FLY ?KILLER
Makes quick work with IIICB, and If commenced oarly,
keeps iho houso clear all tho summer. ^
Look oat for inflations. Got DUTcnun's only.
"?-MARRIAGE AMD OELIIIAC?,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, Diseases and Abuses -which prostrate tbo vital
powers, with sure moans of relief. Sont fro? of charge.
In sealed lottor envelopes. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard ASBOCIaUon, Philadelphia, Pa.
-?Cr* BP BO I AL NOTICE_"GRE-TOAKS FROM
little acorns grow." The worst dlRosBes known to the
aman raoo spring from causes so small as to almost
ely detection. The volumes of scioutifio lore that fill
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate those fuels.
Then guard yourselves whilo yon may. Tho smallest
pimple on tbo skin is a toll-Ulo and Indicator of disaaso
It may fade and dlo away from tho surface of the body,
bul It will reach the vitale, perhaps, at last, and death
bo the result and final CIOBO. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILL8 core where si)
OthCTB fall. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cnts,
snd all abrasions of tbo skin, MAGG-7L'S Salve lo In
fallible. Sold by J. SIAGGIEL, No. 43 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 36 cents por box.
Boptcn-pr 16 _ lyr
mr BATCHELOR*? HAIU DYEI-THE ORIGINAL
and best In the world! Tho only true and pcrfoctHAIL
DYE. HarnileB?, Reliable and Instantaneous. Product.*
Immed-toly a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out injuring tbo hair or skin. RemodjeB the ill effects o
bad dye?. Sold by ill Druggists. Tho genuino is signe?:
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEUBB,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair. .
OHAKIaE? BATCHELOR, Now York.
August 17 . ; i lyr
mr ITOHl ITCH I ITCH I S CR AT O HI
SCRATCH) BORATOHl WJH?ATON'S, OINTMENT
will cure the itch lu 48 hours. Als?, cucos SaltRhoom,
Ulcers. Chilblains, and all Eruptions of tbo Skin. Prlco
60 conte. F . salo hy all druggists. By Bonding 60
cents to WEEKS k POTTER, Sole Agents, 170 Washing
ton etrcot Boston, li will ho forwarded hy mail, free of
post-go, to any part of the United States. .
Jane 4 h Gmos
MT. AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD _YEb
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Me_cina
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Address
I. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. 119?. Broadway, New York,
November 9 _ ,,_
?.COLGATE'S HONEY 80A_P_THIS CELE
BRATED Toilet Soap, in such universal demand,
s made'from'the choicest materials, la mild and
? inoli lent In its nature, fragrantly scented, and
o-tremely benettcl-l In its action upon the skin. For
gale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
??'ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL B?-"
MAN EYES made to order and Inserted by Drs. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
Roi_o*?r__u, of Parla), No. S_ Broadway. Now York. '
April 14_"_ _lyr
. I . ?...v....
"A guillo was op h?r bp-_.<_.?, -,. ," tior look,
strength was in her step, and In her banda-____
A tow bottles of PLANTATION B_T___S
i . Will cure Nervous Hcadscho.
" Cold Extromitlca and Feverish Lips.
" ? Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath..
" '.. Flatulency and Indigestion.
" ," Nervous Affections.
.' '-" EXCCSBIVe"Fatigue and Bbort.Breath.
*? - -Pain over tbo Eye?.
" ' Mental Despondency.
??. I Prostration ; Great Weakness.
" j .Ballow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac.
Which aro tho ovidencfB of
LIVER GOMPLA?NT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated t but seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from ? deceased and torpid liver. Tbe biliary
sccretlonB of tho livor overflowing into tbo stomach poi
son tho entire system and exblblt the sbove symptoms.
Aft?r luiig research, wo aro able to present tbe moat
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare di.cases,
the world ha?; ever produced. Within oneyeair over six
hundred snd _rty thousand persona havo taken the
P__NTATZON BITZ-BS, and pot an instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge]
It Is almost effectual tonto and agreeablo stimulant,
suited to' all conditions of life.
Tho reports tbat it relies npon mineral substances for
UH nctl vivproperU?. aro wholly false. For the satis
faction Of. the public, and th . pa?lents may consult
their physicians, wo append a Hat of i|s components.
CALIHATA BABK.-Celebrated lor over two hundrod
yoars in, the treatment of Fever and Aguo, DyBpopsla,
Weakness, eto It was introduced into Europe by the'
Countess, wife of the Vicoroy of Peru, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by the Jesuita /sr the enormous price oj
its own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Pow
der!, and was finally msdo public by Louis XVI King
of Fronco. Humboldt makes especial reference to Its
fobrlfug-anaUUeB during his South American travola.
C_Ca\mjai.A BABK-For diarrhoea, collo and diseases
oi the ifomach and bowels.
DANott?-pj?-For lnllammatlon of tho loins and drop
slcal affections. '
CHA_OMI__'FI.OW_B--For enfeebled digestion.
LAVB-D?-FLOWEI--Aromatic stimulant and tonic
highly ta-gorating in norvousdoblllty.
Wi>_ Knonur.N- For icrofula, >beumstism,-_o.
.AKIBB-?An...aromatic .carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and _Uk ; _puch used by mothers nursing.
Also, piovo-bUpB, orange, carraway, corlandor, enako
root,oto,., '.:.,'__ ...
. i _, T,rl-60.---X
' AnothoT Wonderful Ingredient, of f. eat nee among
the Spanish ladles of ?louth Amerloa, imparting beauty
to the completion _ad brilliancy to tho mina, is yot un
known to the MU. i nor?, of tho world, and ve withhold
its nomo for tho prfl.ont. , ... , : , ,. . (
1 ..-.' 'I??P?RTA??TOE?TlFldATES. '. ,
' ? .' ROCHIBTKn, N. Y ? B?coriibor _, 1861.
Motar- P. H. D HA?. A Co_I have been a great _tf .
ferer from DygpoDBis /or throe or four years, and ' ?d to
abaud . !.my prof?_?lon. ?j About three months .go I:
iriml tbo Plantation Bittern, and to my great Joy I w_i;
how nearly a well man. J. iiiivo rocommonded thom in
seyer'al,catos, ahd, as far a* % know, always with Binna]
benefit; ' Ism; i_?peotfully youri, **
; '?' ; R6V. J. g. OATpORN. ?
'_[ :PnrtKnEr_>HiA, lOlhMonth, llth _ty, i$62.' '
RuPKOrsn P__-t__y daughter has been much1
bonenUed by. the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt sond mo two bottles more. *
Thy friend, ABA CURR1N.
?"' ' __ _1-_
BnsnitAN HODBTS, CHICAOO, 1U" 1
*._ - - - February 11, lS?3. J
KM? P. H. DBAXB A Co.:-.pl_so sond us ottother
twelvo cages of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
aj.petlzcr, they appear to bave superseded ovorything
oleo, and are greatly ?..corned. : < i.u.?aK
Yours, etc, , GAGE k WAITE
Arrangements are now cr.jui.io.aa to BUDDIV anv ?in.
vo**\m! lUl" wto.whicft?nr^t?t?
Tho public may rest assured that in no case will the
porfoc?y pure standard of the *____M? BS__M _J
departed from. Every bettie bean the facsimile ofour
^ofiire on a tteel plate engraving, or It cannot begen
Any ptrion pretending\to'tell rwsTATiojr BITTRBB in
bulk orby the gallon, u a twindler and impnsler Benara
of refilled bottles; ace thal our Private ianp? U_?"
Ti_-ED over etcry cork. > r ? T"
tbe0c.u_i?. Dru???l?h,*0roc??'"'d Dealers thronghoUt
W?P DRAKE & C0" Ne^ York.
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PRIVATE PARLOR No. 3.
LATE OF BERLIN, PRUSSIA.
IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION.
BINGLE AND DOUBLE VI8ION
TRE ONLY PERFECT LENS IN EXISTENCE.
Superior to any other In ORO-constructed in acconlanoo
with tbo ?elenco and philosophy of nature In tho pecu
liar form of a
Admirably adapted lo tho Organ of Sight, luid perfectly
natural to tho oso, niTorilliig altogether tho best irtt?clai
help to tho liiunnii vision over ltivoiitcd.
Hold only by tho Professor of Optics and Spocatcle,
Mun ufac turor.
Of lbeso 8pectaclcB over all others, aro :
Int.- TIic. only true Lena known, being
porfeclly free'from chromatic light eo M oil known to bo
tho canso of injury ta tho vision, and which makes tho
chango from Spectacles t" Glasses of stronger pou-ors so
often roqnirod, wbilo both near oud distant objects aro
seen with equal facility through lho same Glasses.
Ma-Can bo worn wlili pr'rfcct cale for
any length of time at ono sitting, gtviug astonishing
clearuo?s of vision, particularly hy candle or other arti
ficial light-comfort to tho spoctaclo wearer hlthorto un
known. . -1
3di-When the eyce nclio or palta through.
the action of a bright light, such-as la reflected from,
snow, sunny weather, .vrhlto paper, and In reading,'
writing or sowing, or vivid colored bodies, those, lensos,
by softening tho rays, effect a moat agreeable sonsatlon
and glvo great relief.
"th.-In all mi vuuH affections of the eye
causing dull and startling pains lu tho eye-ball or tem
ple, appcaranco of luminous and dark apota In the at
mosphere, aching or feeling Uko Band in tho eye, the
disturbed ?ervos aro qnleted and soothed.
5th.- Ground by-peculii-r machinery, coi
up at great cost, Mathematically calculated expressly
for lho man-lecture of this lens, BO as to prodnco It with
the true apber cal accuracy, and its focus is at the exact
.-.entre, ? point of vital importance, and which no other
leu? possesses. _ .
Oth.-Proof of aop er iori ty over tho old
kind of Spectacles. Thoj are used exclusively at all the
hospitals for diseases of the eye, In Berlin, Prussia, and
TESTIMONY OF RECOMMENDATIONS
From Medical gentlemen, Professors of tho highest
Optbalmlc tulon, in Charleston, 8. C, and in the Union.
CHARLESTON. 9. O., May 28fh, I860.
I have oxamlned a groat sartoty of Glasse? manufac
tured by Professor Jil. RuiNu/inDT, and In justice to the
Professor must say, that his Glasses are of. a superior
quality, adapted to lucot tho wants of almost every eye,
where the \ lukin is in any way tmperfoct. The Profes
sor selected for mo a pair of bis Australian Crystal
Glasses which are of a ve-y superior quality and work
manship, reuderlng vision very distinct, almost as per
fect as In youth. I yield this testimony in favor ot the
Professor's Qlaaaes most choerlully.
K. GEDDINGB. M. D.
tnl4fet--*-?,??iGrW.Wl '-r?A'.P.O?lt-l-U %hQa5UJ??l_?SS--i?'
adaptability to alldofocts of vision, ami also to his ski/?
and judgment in adapting the glass to each special iii
perfection. H. W. DaSAUSS?RE, m. ?J.
OEABLE-STON, 8. O., May 58th, 1860.
I do most willingly boar my testimony In favor of the
superiority of tho Australian Orr awl-singlo and doa
ble vision speen? oit-s ovor all other kinds. They are
constructed upoutlio boat established _ud understood
principles of optics, and their adaptation to the human
ey o lu ttn diff?rant condltlontvof vision Is BO porfect, as
to render sight easy without effort. In my opinion,
nono others sbonld be used since the eyes once used to
those do not soem to grow old, and by having-focus
at any point of tho surface, they appear to? rest o'er the
eyes to their youthful energy.
T. L. OGI?R, M. D.
CH?-ULE8TO>l. 8. 0., May 28th, 1868.
I have examined Professor UETINHAIUITR' very com
plete e-Hortiiitiut of Spectacles and Louse?. Thoy are
better adapted than any I have before soi n to remedy
the imperfection of vision that can bo tieneOlted by the
uso of Glasses. The purencsa 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 U_I?KII Aitiir with con fid one?, and great cheerfulness,
to the patronage of the public.
J?_MES P. JEBVEY, M. p.,
STATE OP 8OOTH CAHOUNA, )
Columbia, Juno 19, Iflfif!. )
SIB: I have made full and satisfactory test of the
spectacles procured from yon, and I have the pleasure
to say that tho glasses are better, adapted to- my eyes
than any I have ever used. The facility with which you
fitted the glas? to my eye furnished me conolualvo evi
dence of your scientific skill In optics and your thorough
experience as an oculist.
your attainments in your profession entitle you to
tho confidence, patronage, and gratitude of the public.
I have the honor to bo,
Very respectfully yours,
JAMES L. OUR,
Governor of 8outh Carolina.
Prof. M. Bi-iiNiiAiiDr, Ohoxleston, 8. 0.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0., MayMlh. 18??..
We have oxamlned the Lenses of Prof. Bs_iiH?uinr,
and consider thom superior to any We haVe noon. "They
are admirably adapted not only to improve the imper
fections of impaired sight, but to relievetho weariness of
vision which constant study prodnees. Many of the
Glasses aro of new and Ing?nions oontrivai ce. Wo cor.
dlally recommend toe professor to all?tBMt who require
scientific optics) aw is tance. , ,
ELIA? HOBLBEOBL M. D.
WILLIAM O. HORLBfcCK, M. P. ' ' ' ?*."..*
. WM. 9* WBAGG, M. P. '':1, .:' ' . ""? '
. V. Pi TBB KiROHEB.'-M. D. : '?'*$ ^ ?? '. IT
:; W.lP, HCGKB, hUD. ' li . '. : ' ' ' '-H
It. A, KISLUUU. M. 1). -.;..;? i
F. M. B0BERT80N, M. D.
CBA8. 11 AN-, KEL, late Hector of St, Panl'a.Ohurch,
;* Radcllffe'odrougb, Charit eton. ' ' '
TUO.MAB BVmm,.D,D., Pastor of 2J PrcBhytArlBu
J. B. HAN?KEL-, Profs asor. '
W. B. HOW-, Broto*-??. Philip-. :
C. P. GAD8DEN, Rector Bt. Luke's.
Testimonials similar to tbo above may besoen at Prof.
BEHNU-AST'S office, from , i ?
JOSEPH II. PLUNKETT, ?astor pr 8t. Paul's, Ports
month,' Va. ? i ? . I -? . I
Bon. JONATHAN WORTH, Governor of North O-rollns,,
Hbn. A. G. OTJKT?N, Governor of Pennsylvania.
Bon. O.P. MORTON, Governor' of Indiana.
Hon. B.,A. SWIFT, Governor of Minnesota. . .
Hon. ALEX. RAMSEY, Ex-Governor of Minnesota,
Hon. BIOBARD YATES, Governor of Illinois.
H. SEYMOUR, Governor of Now York.
B. B. FES ION, Governor of Now York. f
And other dlstingnlshed gentlemen.
Many years of public practico and stud/1!- the hospl-,
tais lu Europe, adjusting speotaclos to patlonts nndor
every aspect of defectivo vlxlon, as woll as experience
In an extensive, long-oatabtiahod business In his optical
atores, both hero and In Europe, Profs licnNiunoT con
siders it ami flirtent guarantee of his ahjllty to apply suoh
glastos as aro beat calculated for tho asslstabce or re
covery of Imperfect sight.
Office Honra from DA. Al. io 9 P.M..
MILLS HOUSE, LADIES' ENTRANCE,
Second Floor, Private rai lor Wo. 3. ,
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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.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR FRIENDS AND TBK PUBLIC GF SPRAT TV
ni_T?.l,aY ____* A"01'.'",. d "__2__ E_ ___? O* aOOVB, to meei ti,?, gre? ?i.man'uo.
Liberal rioductions arc made on nil goods bought by the piece, for auk.
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wore Bolcctiug for ____?_. ?-?-?-u 101 ?3 ? moy
Each department will bo found full, tho Btylcs well ?elected, mid in every variety.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN TART OF:
3-1 LONGCLOTriS at 15 couta
3-1 to 7-8 Longcloths at 17, l8 to 20 couta
-uporior 7-8 Shirting LougclotliB at 23 cents by tbo pioco
Tho best brands in 7-8 and 4-4 American Lont_?_loHi?i
SUPERIOR ENGLISH LONGCLOTHS IN ALL QUALITIES ljOU?UotU3 '
Extra English Shirting at 35 and 37 conta
Tho above gooda aro not to bo foin.?! any whero else. We consider them cheaper than American
Lo?Rclotha at same pneoa. l ??____
FINE UNBLEACHED LONGLOTHS AND SE\ ISLAND BROWN SHIltTIN-S
Extra Heavy Brown Shirting . 31, 7-3. l-l wide oui?il_\OS.
Extra Heavy Cotton Sheeting-? in <M. lfl-l, 11-4, and 12 4 wido
Pillow Cun Longelotliu at nil pri?es, "i
IRISH LINENS iu all of tho best niakoa, put up in hair pie.of. for family use, which wc will ?nil
at Wholesale Oncea. * ' T "oou
Also, a good assortment, of price? for tho Retail Department. Pillow L?IICU.H in all widths Linen
Sheetings in all widths. , ._>?-?, -u_
A choap lot of Bleached Ta .lo DamaBk (all Liuen), which wo offer at _.25 per van! ' *
Damask Cloths, Damask Napkius, Dauiaak Doylies U?ui uk Tr?v PUI?.
Colored Tablo Damaak and Colored Damask Doy lie.. * -uani.wk iray Cloths,
Moro of thoso extra quality 11-4 MARSEILLES QUILT3 at 17 to $10; beat ana_r _____ __i
net io 00,100, and 108 inches wide, which ?o will ?eil low by the piece. ' H_t rnulilv ________
just received. '?
Ono caBO Iiiuen Crash at 12* COH?B; Russia Diapers in all widths and qualities
To?w_l?B9?_ lu qua-ti-sa0a "uckftback ?.*??*_: at 2S C011^ P* *?* Dowlas and Scotch Diaper
DOMESTIC GOODS DEPARTMENT
WILL BE FOUND FULL AND WELL ASSORTED TO MEET THE WANTS OF CONSUMERS.
IS WELL ASSORTED IN STYLESAND COLORS, FROM TnE BEST MAKES. WE ARE OF
FERING Good Style Dress Prints at 20 conta, warrauted faat colors.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ,
LENOS AND MOZAMBIQUES FROM 25 TO 37? CENTS. ?EMBROIDERED ENGLISH BARE
GES at 35 conts, in good stylos. . '? i
A fow pieces Euibroidor-d rincappio Gronadino . at 2o cents, a little damaged. Together with
other styles at as low pricea as aro to bo found in tho city.
Wo aro ofToring a cheap lot of Colored Mnaliiia at 25 couta, a fow pieces at 22 couta, a good assorti
ment at 85, 87*, 40, 45 to 50 couts. _
A choap lot of French Chintz Muslins marked down to oO cents, worth 80 couta liest part of the
._- A f..??? -lnred ?lnslin Robe T.rn?Hi>?
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
CHEAP BLACK BAREGES AND CRAPE MARETZ. Black Tamai tinos. Black Shally Cloths, very
desirable gooda. Lupiq's boat Black Shally, In all quilitics. Lupin's Bombazines, Black Alpacas.
8-4 WhltoBnrego for Shawls. 8-4 black Barego for Shawla. Black English GrcnndiutB. Black Mua
lins. Plain Black Launs. Black Dress Silks. Oil >?k.
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 quality at 33 cents. Jacouot Cambrio in all qualities. Soft tiuiah ?Taconots. Nainsook
Muelins and .Mull Mualius, very good, at 37* cents. Cheap lot of Dotted Swiss at 85 conts. All other
qualities in Dotted, Embroidered, Striped and Plaid Swisses, I .illod and Tucked Sponcor Mualius.
Plaid Cambrics in every variety, some as low as 25 oeots.
A LARGKE LOT MARKED DOWN TO FIFTY CENTS?.
8-4 FRENCH MUSLIN for shawls. A fnll stock of finest quality Swiss Muslins for Evening Dresses.
Colored and White Organdie Muslin. Togothor with ovory other artiolo iu tho Wiiito Goods Uno.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF EMBROIDERED EDGINGS AND IN
SERTING S, both in Cambrio and Swiss, to be found in tho city; Together with Real Laces, Imita .
Hon Lacea, Collara aud Cufia, Linen Sots, Embroidered Seta, Lace Sots, Lace Collars, Embroiderod
Collara, Frillinga and Rufiliugs. ,___ M4
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND FULL LINES OF LISLE OLOVES FOR MISSES, LADIES, AND GENTS.
Full lino of Silk Gloves for Ohildron, Ladies, and Gentlemen. Full line of Lace Mitta for Ladios and
Misses, in all qualitios; very good at 50 cents per pair. Ladies' Lisio and Buck Gauutlots.
LadieV will find full lines of 'tho beat GERMAN and ENGLISH HOSE to bo found in this market. .
Very good Real English Hosont 50 conta per pair, cheap. Best makes in GontB* Brown and Bloaohod
Half iBoMi Full linns of Miss?-' Hose, Ladies' Lisle Thread Hoae, Ladies' Open-worked Hose, Extra' .
s\ze Cotton,Hose, Extra sizo Black Raw Silk Hoao. Ladioa' Gauzo Undetvoata, . io
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SHAWL AND MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
-BLACK ?LADE POINTS. BLACK LADE SHAWLS. BLACK SILK BASQUES AND SACKS;'
Whi.,0 and Colored Barege Shawls. : . ' .?<
BLACK FRENCH OLOTHS. BLACK FRENCH DRAB D'ETE OF SUPERIOR QUALITIES. 6-H
Steel-mixed and Gold-mixed Cassimeica for Gonts' suits. Fancy Caseimeros, Linon Drills, White and ,
Brown Linen Ducks, Coatings; Piques and Marseilles Cottonadea in "lf-tylos, Tweeds and Joans of aU
grados. ..? . . v u ? ?. .
STILL ON HAND A GOOD STOCK OF FLANNELS, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT REASONABLE -
prices. Goat'B Gauzo Uudervests. . : i
TRIMMING AND SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT.
1 LADIES WILL TINDALL OF THE MOST USEFUL ARTICLES IN THIS STOCK, SUCH AS P__. .*
Needles, Buttons, Tapes, Braids, Ac, ?te. Wo keep always on hand Cpatcs', heat (-?p.iol Cotton (in all!
numbers). Together with hundreds of other aiuall articloa too ?'iunicr?ua to mention. .,,
-T'?B-.aia: OOBSETS ir. AI/D ?_,X7?LITI_S,
WOVEN FRENCH 0OR8ET8, EMBROIDliUED.
BELT RIBBONS IN COLORED AND BLACK. ' '.;
RIBBONS IN ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS.
Together with every oilier variety to be found in our line. ? ??
AT N. B_OUtt 8?OJUS A.U CCSh?ANTI.V PEPLENia?ED B? EVERY STEAMER. OALL AND IX
AMINE ?DB 8TOOK BEfc'ORE PURCHASING __,8LWflEll_
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