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Tlie Dailv N"ews.
WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 4,18GC.
BARCELONA-Per 8pan brig Pedro Antonio-87 bales
Upland Cotton, 0r.UO Oak Staves.Por Span brig
Paca-167 hnles Upland Cotton.
BOSTON, MASS-Per sehr Lilly-44 halos Cotton, 148
bbls R03in, 25 tons Old Brass, Copper, Ac, ia bales
Pnper, 42 bales lings, 3 bales Ropo, and about 125
lons Old Iron, to be taken iu at St Helena, S C,
Til?- Cliini??ton Cotton Alarkct.
The depressed Btato of tho Now York Market and the
character of the foreign news has completely unsettled
the Cotton Market, and the Btaplo WBB quite dopresscd.
Tho falca were confined to about 100 bales, mostly by
ono purchiisor, forNorthern account, at from 28 to 33,'ic
por lb, the grades bolng irregular.
AUGUSTA, July 2.-COTTON-Thoro l8 nothing do
ing in tho staplo to-day,
Goi.n-Steady at 160 to 165.
SILVKH-A brisk demand, and transactions raugefrom
140 to 150.
MOBILE, Juno 28.-COTTON.-Thero was no demand,
no Balo, nor no quotations.
MONETARY AND FINANCIAL.-GOLD.-In the morning
tho buying and selling rato was 1G2@155; after the noon
dispatches tho roto fell to 160@I63.
BILVKB.-Buying and Boiling at 130@135.
EXCHANOE.-Stirling 165. New York Sight par. Now
New Orleans Market?
NtfW ORLEANS, Juno 28.-COTTON-The unfavorable
tenor of the foreign no we appears to heve ciscooraged
factor'?, and thoro has boen no doblro apparent to realizo
to-day even at lower prices. The do maud, howovcr,
was limited, and the sales were confined to 600 bales,
taken by lour brokers, at figures showiDg an average re
duction ef 3 cents from Tuesday's currenoy on all de
scription* bolow middling. Wo now quote ordinary at
a6 to 27 cents, good ordinary at 21) to 81 cents, low mid
dling at 33 to 34 cents, and middling at 37 to 38 cents.
Au offer of 33 cents was refused for a desirable list of
low middling, but on the other hand we hear of pur
chases at 29 conts for strict good ordinary, and 31 cents
Xor low mi idling. The latter, however, are understood
to bo nniior the classification which prevailed before the
war, according with or assimilating to tho Liverpool
classification. Our quotations are predicated on tbo
New Orleans classification, which has prevailed here
since the commencement or souiotlme daring tho war.
Tho New York telegrams state that "tho Dry Goods
Exchange havo concludod an ostlmate of tho growing
. orop based upon the reports of sheriffs and prominent
persons In every county of the cotton States." If they
have received such reports from "every county," their
returns must have been quite voluminous. Their esti
mate is stated to bo "botwoon four-eighths and flvo
eb?hths of tho crop of 1860." The orop of 1850-60 was
4.675.7T0 bacs (not 5,000,000, as looaoly and incorrectly
reported). That of 1860-61 was put down at 3,609.926.
Tf tbo former be intendod, tho f?garos would bo 2,337,
886 to 2,922,356 bales; if the latter, tboy would bo 1,849.
?03 to 2,313,464. Tho lowest of these estimates much
abovo the average of those mado by oar factors and
STATEMENT OF ODTIO:).
Stock on hand 1st September, 1865.bales.. 83,239
Received today. 395
Cleared to-day for Barcelona. 399
Stock on baud.113,378
SUGAR AND MOLASSES-There have not been any re.
colpta from the Coast siuce yestorday. The supplies of
the production of Louisiana aro small, but those of Cu
ba aro liberal.
Thero le scarcely any demand, however, and the only
important sales was a lot of 163 hhds Cuba Sogar, a
mixed lot, consisting mostly of common, on private
Fully fair to prime Cuba Sugar is quoted from first
hands at 14>?o per lb. A small retail business is doing
In Louisiana Sugar at 14c per lb for fair, 14>io for fully
fair, 16c for prime, 15,'ic for yellow clarified, and I0>;o
Cuba Sugar is retailing at 13 to 13|^c per lb for No 13,
14c for No 14, and H.5i to 15c for No 16. Coba Molassos
Is retailing at 65o per gallon.
FiiEiouis.- The Freight market continuos vory dull,
both foreign and coastwise, There is a little going for
ward at Ko "& lb for Cotton, and 60o V bbl for Flour by
sall for New York and Boston, lo ? lb for Cotton and
80c ft bbl for Flour by steam. Tho rates by sailing ves
sels for Liverpool are 'id y\ lb for Cotton and 36s for
Tobacco. For Havre le ft ft for Cotton.
MEMPBIS, Jane 30.-COTTON-The markot yester
day was extremely dull throughout tho day,with very fow
transactions. Holders were offering nothing but small
outside lots, whllo buyers mode no Inquiries. The dull
ness and depression of the New York Markot has had a
tendency to depress the market here. Holders havo
lost confidenoo in the New York Market, and prices ara
not as firm aa they wero at tho opening of the week. We
loam of unVR or l8 bales Middling at 32c; 11 at 32>i ; 31
Good Ordinary at 38)?. and 16 bales Repacked at 33o.
The market closed dull and heavy, with prices droop
ing. Tbo New York 10:30 dispatch reported tho mar
, ket dall and nominal; at 13:30 Cotton weak; morning
' sales 1000 bala? at 37 to 3lo; at 1 P.M., the market was
unchanged. We give the following quotations :
Good Ordinary.28 @29o
Low Middling.80 @31c
Strict Middling.88 @34o
Good Middling.86 @36c
The cotton reports of our evening Journals are very
accurate. So their editors say. We noticed, yesterday,
one journal quoting Btrict middling at 36y_ cent?, and
good middlng at 115>? cents; the other quotes the
market from two to three cents above tne market
,v 'Wilmington Market.
WILMINGTON, July 2-TOBPENTINE.-Market
steady; sales of 661 bbls at $1 05 for virgin, $3 0? for
yollo v dip, and ii 62,'i for hard, per 280 pounds.
SPIRITS T ;HPENTISE -NO eales; held at 48 cents,
ROBIN.-fcalos of only 39 bbls No 1 at $5, and 00 do No
2 at $3 50 per bbl.
No otli? r transactions reported. *
Consignees per NortlieaHtern Itallroad,
June 30 and July ii.
20 bales Colt u, 643 bbls Naval Storoi, cars Lumber,
bags Potatoes, Naval Stores, Ac. To Graeser & Smith,
O L Gulll?mime, W O Bennett k Co. J F O'Neill, Mehr
tens k Wohlttuinn, Gaillard k Minott, WW Sbackel
ford, Lee k H.cor, E R Steadman, Gonzales, Wood
ward k Co, B H Barden, Holmes A Stoney, G E Prltch
ett, J W Brown, Stylos A Carter.
Per steamship Quaker City, from New York-WE
Howland, U R Banks, Jr, A Rachel, J RHoath, R Brick
ford, C B Thomas, P Brady, W S Corwin, G R Cathcart,
J P Teller, A B Jarvis, T G Snelling, Col S Hoffman and
' lady. Miss L Arthur, Mrs Einnorty, Mrs \ 8 Brlngloe,
and 6 In Bteerage.
PHASES Or THE MOON.
Last Q. Sth, 10h 31m. mornlFlrstQ. 10th, 10h.31m.morn
Hew M. 13th, Ou. 15m. morn, rall M. 37tb,10b.63m. morn
g I JUNE-JULYj
6 Thursday ..
7 Saturday ...
Sunday.I 6.. 0
10..17 | 10..37
PORT OF CIIAHIIEST?N,
Arrived Yesterday. (JOLY 3
Steamship Quaker City, West, Now York-left Satur
day, P. M. Mdze. To Ravenol A Co, 0 N Averill k Son,
3 A Armstrong & Co, J E Adgor A Co, G W Aimar, D A
Atnme, 0 D Ahrens, Agent 8 O R R, H Bischoff A Co, P
Brady, W A Bird A Co, Borgmann & Co, N F Booker A
Co, Brown & Hyer, T W Bliss, T M Urlstoll. Cameron,
Barkley A Co, clark k Grober. N M Ohafee, S G Courto
i. r Cob,?& Co, F Ohrlatman. T Cordes, J W Car
5m' m ?n.va1' J * *r Dawson, O Davii, Douglass A
Miller. T H ii w Deweee, W H Eaeterb7, A W Eokel A
%?..' ? _______* Adams, Southern. National Express end
Transportation, and Harodon's Exprew? Oompaniea, B
SA n ?"??n.ka;. *?g*r'l?? A Stillman. Graeier A
SSII?'T ?t^tm,b ft? ? Oi-ytHaj, 3 H Graver A Co, J
SSSr ?L^' H"MtA00' Harrisson & Son, G H H?p
p^Hoffmsnn, Brabham & Co, Hager A Uaioll, Hertz
-?dey, Kiinck, Wlokenberg A Oo, H Klatte A Co, Lee A
Speiicor, J P Kelp, W Kuobcloch, D Lopez, E Laflttii k
Co. LtlliontliM.?; Co, Little ?. Co, Moaolier fe Hallis. S Ii
Marnhull, MehrtnilS k WliOltl-ann, (! MnilHen, W Mart
ebor, LcLoy & Ria*, Millican, Mulchers ."v Co. Macullitr,
Williann Ai Parker, Mulior A: Ni itz, J B McEIhuso,
Muck ey k Campbell, B o'neill, J li Optiouheitu. li oil
ver. J O Ojemaiiu, C A Ostoudorff, W F Paddon, Porcher
?t Henry, O Piero.?, Pratt k Wilson Bros, J B Road k
Co, J Russell, Reuneker .t Glover, Raveuel k Barnwell,
J ltiuuii illut, J li E HI an, Shackolford ?*?: Friuer, Souboy.
roux, B Smith, L Schnell, Steamer CoBmopolltau, G W
SteffoiiB, StmiiBB, Vanees A: Co, Saltue k Roche, D li Bil
cox, W O Trott, O -kiernan, J F Taylor, J Thompsou A
Co, O Voight, J W.illaoh, E B VfhRo, Wonior k Duckor,
F Woyhuiaun A: Co, Wardlaw A Carow, W G Whlldcn, G
W WilllaniH k Co, Leo & Spencer, and others,
Brig Cyoloue, Haskoll, Hunton, 8 days. Ice. To A
Gage A Co.
Bohr Wide World, Hlldroth, Now York, Odays. Mdzo.
To W Roach, J E Adgor A Co, C N Averill k Bou, O D
AhreiiB k Co, J A Armstrong k Co, Adams k Damon, T
M Brlatoll. H Bischoff ??s Co, E E Bedford, G W Clark k
Co, Hnllniai.il Bros. JOH Clausscn. Douglass A Mlllor,
J O Dial, A W Eckel, U Gordla At Co, Graesor Ar Smith,
R W Galo ?t Co, Hart A; Co, J Jara, E Jones, T J Kerr k
Co, H Elatto k Co, Mclirlcus k Wohltmanu. J H As D
Muller, S It Marshall, Muller k Niuiltz, R 8 Millor, Ol
ney Al Co, J M Hiitjot, Reunokor A Glovor, G If mt.
fous k Co, D H Silcox, Stylos ii Carter, Southern Ex
press Co, J Heins. II L JolTors b Co, G W King, N Le
vin, Jr, O P Popponheim, Porchor A Honry, Railroad
Agent. Stcedmaii Yendon, Tharstou ??* Holmes, J Thom
son ?. Co, Wardlaw k Carew, J T Wolaman, G W W11.
lia*?'? k Co, J Walker, Woruor A: Duckor, Wagonor,
Heath At Mousoes, Halm ASchrodor. Juno 30th, 4 P M,
Capo Hatteras bearing SW by S, distant 30 milos, ox
chaugod Blgnals with tho sehr Jonas Smith, bound
Cleared Yc_terilo.y. (JDLV 3
Stoimahip John Gibson, Young, Boltlmoro-Willis A
8pan brig Pedro Antonio, Rosis, Barcoloua-W P HaU.
Spuu brig Paca, Urta. Barcolona-W P Halt.
8ohr Lilly, Francia, Boston, Mass, via St Holena, 8 0
Stfoot Bros At Co.
Went to Se? Yesterday. [JOLT 3
Steamship John Gibson, Young, Baltimore
To Merchants, Tradesmen & Others.
-P-RT.O-T ?Se STTT=1R_=-__IS---B
Adj listers of Books and ?ooonnts,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WRITING UP,
Adjusting and Balancing Books. Will also en
gage to conduct books, make out acoounts, Ac, by the
month or year, on reasonable tonne.
Bookkeepers assisted at their places of business.
OUleo at tholr Commercial School Boom,
M-SON IO HALL,
Corner of Wentworth and King streets.
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa.
DB8 RAOUL k LYN AH HAYE RECEIVED BY THE
above steamers a large and aeloot supply of PER
FUMERY AND FANOY ARTICLES. Alao, CONGRESS,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATERS, and a full assort
ment of PATENT AND OTHBB MEDICINES.
SOLICITS PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Presses, Printing Presses; makes and re
pairs Hoisting Machines for Storos; makoa all kinds of
Wrought and Stool Ploughs, with or wltbont stocks. Also,
agenoral run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Whoel
wright Work in general. AROH'D M-LEISH,
,r? . > fib-ir.tr??>.. Ni ? i 'nmrufrtAn?! street.
TRI-WEEKLY HACK LINE
BETWEEN LAURENS AND "BWBERRY.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY. THE 18TH INSTANT,
tho HACK will connect with the up train on the
GreeuviUe and Columbia Ballrosd on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS; with the down train
on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS.
Thus passengers can be carried through from Oolum?
bia to Laurens in ONE DAY-arriving at Lauro B by S
o'clock the same day they leave Columbia. Passengers
can leave Laurens at 6 o'clock A. M. and arrive at
Columbia same day at 7 o'clock.
Every comfort is afforded passongors whioh could be
expected on a stage Une. T. B. CREWS,
i.?Hr.-irH. Tune 'ii ?HW.. thal-.?:;mo June *11
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No- 186 KING-STEEET,
NEAR HORI.RKCKS Al.LKY,
ABE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they are now "?oiling and making np
to order." AT GREATLY BEDUOED PRICES, their
well-8?!acted Stock of fine CLOTHS, 0A8STMEBE8,
DOESKINS, SILK-MIXED COATINGS, DBAB D'ETES,
All orders promptly exocuted. Good fita and proper
workmanship guaranteed. stuthQmoB May IB
A. S. HULL. Agent.
8. W. COB,NEn CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CA8
8IMEBES AND VESTING- can be had, together
with a ohoioe assortment of j
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LTNEN AND MUSLIN SHIRTS.'mado to order, in any
y le that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his special attention to the
As usual. lyr Jane f
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 148 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'S WHABP,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH :
HE-DSIECK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cases and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, In cases and in casks
CLARET WINES, in cases, pinta and half pinta
CORDIALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Self), in cases
BRANDIES, in oaaea and in casks
GINS, in cases and la casks
RUM, In cassa
WHISKIES, in oases and In casks
ALE, in casos, quarts and pinta
LAGEB BEER, in quarter b?rrela, alao in pints,picked,
eight dosen to the barrel. timoe Junell
CHARLESTON BILLIARD HALL,
Comer King anil Market-streets,
THE LARGEST. COOLEST, AND MOST OOM FOBT.
ABLE BOOM in the city, furnished with ELEVEN
TABLKS, from the Manufactory of Mesara. KAYA
NAUGH b DECKER, Now York.
LORING & TURNER, Propri'rs.
ISTo. 170 EAST BAY,
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IM AGR1?
0?LT17RAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds :
SAW AND ROLLER OINS, horse power, and GRIST
MILLS, always on han-.
Agenta tor A 'lOHAMRAULTS STEAM ESQiSK. aad
IrtUEJ-BOLL'- PAra,l.'CO?TC_i PRESS. $t
ANCHOR BRAND, ASSORTED, N0. 0 TO 10.
FHENOH BURR AND COLOGNE, l8 To 40 INCHES.
POTS. OVENS, AND SPIDERS.
For salo at
HART & CO.'S,
CORNER KING AND MARKET 8T8.
Juno 14 lui')
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPAHY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
H. B. PLANT,
Presldont, Augusta, Ga.
AGUA de MAGNOLIA.
A TOILET DELIGHT I THE LADIES' TREABUR1
tod gentleman'. boon I The "sweetest thing"
md largest quantity. Manufactured from the rloi.
3onthom Magnolia. Uiod for bathing tho face and per*
ion, to render the aUn soil and fresh, to provint erny?
tons, tb perfume clothing, Ac
It overcomes tho anpleaoant ?dor of perspiration.
It removes rodness, tan, blotches, Ac.
It eurea nervous headache and allaya Inflammation.
It ooola, soften*, and adda delicacy to the aUn.
It yields a subdued and lasting perfume.
It cores mosquito bites and stings of Inacota.
It contains no material injurious to the skin.
Patroniiod by Actresses and Opera Blakers. It Is
what every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try
the Magnolia Water onoe, and yon will nae no other Oo
logue, Perfumery, or Toilet Water afterwards.
DEMAS BARNES A CO.
Props. Exclusivo Agenta, N. Y
October SO mwf lrr
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.
THIS IS THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND EXTRA.
ORDINARY article ever dlsoovered. It obanget
the sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin testare
3f ravishing beauty, imparting the marble purity o
routh, and the distingue appearaaoe so inviting In the
alty belle of fashion. It removes tan, freckles, pimple i
and rooghneas from the skin, leaving the oomplexlon
fresh, transparent and smooth. It containa no materia
njurious to the akin. Patronized by Actresses and
Opera Singen. Ii is what every lady should have. Sold
rrerywhere. Retal 1 price 80 oants.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Address all orders to DUMAS BARNES A 00.,
Ootober 80 mwflyr New York
NEEDLES AND FISHING TACKLE.
ANDREW CLERE A CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N.
v., solo Importer? of JOS. WARRIN'S celebrated
Drilled Eyed NEEDLES, beg to notify their old CUB to ni
ora and the public that thoy have on hond a full assort
WARItlN'S DRILLED EYED NEEDLE8
WARRIN'S TELEGRAPH NEEDLES IN CASKETS,
extra large Oval Eyes
WARRIN d NEEDLES IN SYNOPTICAL OASES, anew
WARRIN'S SURGEONS, MILLINERS, SAIL, PACK
Those Needles have been before the public for thirty
yean and are acknowledged by good judges to bo supe
l lor to all others In tempor, finish, uniformity and qual
ity of steel.
Our assortment of FISHING TACKLE is complete,
and the most extensive in this or any other country.
June 26 mwlGmoa
For the Handkerchief.
A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra
grant Perfora?, Distilled from the Rare
and Bes".'i-C'ii Flower from which it
takes its name.
Manufactured < alyhy ^JIAILOW &S?1V,
BEWAPE OF ??BNTERFEflt'S.
AfcK FOB PYLON'S-TAKE NO OTHEE.
bo.d by Dmcr'rts sonen?lr.
December 10 wslyt
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR MAKER
No. ?1 Jane-street,
May 8 tnthsftmo
?V BOINE8T A BURKE RECEIVE THE
latest New York DA?IJE8 every at?eroo JO. Prloe lo
oa iu. ?.Hu Aorut
CTTTST IR/IEO ZEI'VIEID
STOLL, WEB?3 & 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.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR FRIENDS AND TOE PUBLIC GENERALLY
that wo have largely incroased our Storo und STOCK OF GOODS, to meet tho groat demand for
GOODS in our LINE." Our taking in tho adjoining Storo enables us to koop a much largor aBsortmont
in each dopartinent. Tho greater part of our ?dock was bought when tho Northern markets wero at
tho lowest prices. Wo aro thomby enabled to sell our goods a* low, if not LOWER, than any Dry
Gooda House in the city, notwithstanding tho cresent advance In the Northern markot for almost
ovory articlo in our Hue. Wo havo aomo low loading articles at very low prices in each department,
and wo will guarantee to sell all other styles at tho lowest market pricos. We havo ONE PRICE, md
ovorv articlo is marked in PLAIN FIGURES
Liboral deductions aro mado on all goods bought by the pieco, for cash.
N. B.-Ladies purchasing Dry Goods for their Country friends will And it to thoir advantago to give
U8 a call. Wo talvO special pains in packing, aud wo have mado arrangements with tho Expresa Com
panies to carry all packages at tho vory lowest rates. No charges for packing and shipping.
Our COUNTRY FRIENDS, entrusting thoir orders to us, will fhid them as well cared for as if thoy
woro solcctiDg for thomsolvcs.
Each department will bo found full, the styles well selected, mid in every variety.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN PART OF:
3-4 LONGCLOTHS at 15 cents
3-4 to 7-8 Lougcloths at 17, l8 to 20 conts
Suporior 7-8 Shirting Longclothn at 23 cents by tho pieco
Tho best brands in 7-8 and 4-4 Amorican Longcloths
SUPERIOR ENGLISH LONGCLOTHS IN ALL QUALITIES.
Extra English Shirting at 35 and 37 conts
The above goods aro not to bo found any whoro olsc. Wo considor them choapor than American
LangolothB at samo prices.
FINE UNBLEACHED LONGLOTHS AND SEA ISLAND BROWN SHIRTINGS.
Extra Hoavy Brown Shirtings, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4 wide
Extra Heavy Cotton Shootings in 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, and 12-4 wido
Pillow Caeo Longoloths at all prices.
IRISH LINENS in all of tho best makes, put up in half pieces for family uso, which wo will sell
at Wholesale prioos.
Also, a good assortment of pricos for tho Retail Department. Pillow Linens in all widths, Linea
Shootings in all widths.
A ohoap lot of Bloachod Tablo Damask (all Linon), which wo offer at $1.25 per yard
Damask Cloths, Damask Napkins, Damask Doylies Damask Tray Cloths,
Colored Table Damask and Colored Damask Doylies.
Moro of thoso extra quality 11-4 MARSEILLES QUILTS at *7 to $10; boat quality Mosquito Bobi
net in 90, 100, and 108 inches wido, which wo will sell low by tho pieco. Best quality Pavilion Gauzo
One ease Linen Crash at 12* conts; Russia Diapers in all widths and qualities.
Ono case of cheap Linoa Huokab&ok Towelling at 25 coots per yard. Dowlas and Scotch Diaper
Towelling in all qualities.
DOMESTIC GOODS DEPARTMENT
WILL BE FOUND FULL AND Wl?LL A i ORTED i'O MEET THE WANTS OF CONSUMERS.
l8 WELL A8SORTED IN STYLES AND COLORS, FROM THE BEST MAKES. WE ARE OF
FERING Good Stylo Dross Prints at 20 conts, warranted fast colors.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
LENOS AND MOZAMBIQUE8 FROM 25 TO 37} CENTS. ?EMBROIDERED ENGLI8H BARE
GES at 35 cents, in good styles.
A few pieces Embroidered Pineapple Grenadines, at 25 conts, a little damaged. Together with
other stylos at as low priceB as aro to be found in the city.
We are offering a cheap lol .' Colorod Muslins at 25 couta, a fow pieces at 22 conta, a good assort
ment at 35, 37}, 40, 45 to 50 cents.
A cheap lot of French Chintz Mualina marked down to 50 conts, worth 80 cents drat part of the
Reason. A few colored Muslin Robe Dresses.
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
CHEAP BLACK BAREGES AND GRAPE MARETZ. Black Tamortines. Black Shally Clothe, 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 Grenadines. Black Mus
lins. Plain Black Lawns. Black Dross Silks. Oil bilk.
BLACK AND COLORED PARASOLS.
IN ALL OF THE LATEST STYLES AND OF THE BEST MAKES.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT WHITB COTTON CAMBRIC AT ALL PRICES;
very good quality at 35 conts. Jaconet Cambric in all qualities. Soft liaish Jaoonets. Nainsook
Muslins and Mull MnslinB, very good, at ?17} cents. Ohoap lot of Dotted Swiss at 35 cents. All other
qualities in Dotted, Embroidered, 8tripo;l and Plaid Swisses, Frilled and Tucked Spencer Muslins,
Plaid GambricBHirtivory variety, eomo as low as 25 cents.
A LARGE LOT MARKED DOWN TO FIFTY CENTS.
8-4 FRENCH MUSLIN for shawls. A full stock of finest quality Swiss Muslins for Evening Dresses.
Colored and White Organdie Muslin, Together with every other articlo iu the White Goods liao.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF EMBROIDERED EDGINGS AND IN
8ERTINGS, both in Cambric and Swiss, to bo found in the city; Together with Beal Laces, Imita
tion Lacos, Collars and Cuffs, Linen Sets, Embroidered Sets, Laco Sots, Laco Collars, Embroidored
Collars, Frilliugs and Rufilings.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND FULL LINES OF LISLE GLOVES FOR MISSES, LADIE8, AND GENTS.
Full line of Silk Gloves for Children, Ladies, and Gentlemeu. Full line of Lace Mitts for Ladies and
Misses, in all qualities; vory good at 50 cents per pair. Ladies* Lisio and Buck Gauntlets.
Ladies will find full lines of the best GERMAN and ENGLISH HOSE to be found in this market.
Very good Real English Hose at 50 conts por pair, ohoap. Best makes in Gouts' Brown and Bteaohod
Half Hose. Full lines of Misses' Hose, Ladies' Lisio Thread Hose, Ladies' Open-worked HOBO. Extra
sizo Cotton HOBO, Extra sizo Black Raw Silk Hose, Ladioa' Gauzo Undervosts.
SHAWL AND MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
BLACK LACE POINTS. BLAOK LACE SHAWLS. BLACK SILK BASQUES AND SACKS.
Whlto and Colored Barogo Shawls.
BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS. BLACK FRENCH DRAB D'ETE OF 8UPERIOR QUALITIES. 6-4
Steel-mixed and Gold-mixed Oassimores for Gents' suits. Fancy Cassimeres, Linon Drills, Whito and
Brown Linon Ducks, Coatings, Piques and Marseillos Cottonados in all styles, Tweods and Jeans of all
STILL ON HAND A GOOD STOCK OP FLANNELS, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT REA80NABLB
prices. Gont's Gauzo Undorvesta.
TRIMMING AND SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT.
LADIES WILL FIND ALL OF THE MOST USEFUL ARTICLES IN THIS STOCK, SUCH A3 PINS.
Needles, Battons, Tapes, Braids. &c, Ac. Wo keen always on hand Coates' host Spool Ooltou (in all
numbera). Together with hundreds of other small articles too numerous to mention.
H'JElEEsrOia: CORSETS IlSr JA.XJT. GaTTA-LITIES.
WOVEN FRENCH CORBETS. EMBROIDERED.
BELT RIBBONS IN COLORED AND BLACK.
RIBBONS IN ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS.
Together with every other variety to be found In our line. _"-. _.__ ._
MO' N. B.-OUB STOUfcJ kmu UOMtitAMl?* 1'EPLBNMBED B? EVEBY STEAMER. CALL AND KX
AMINE OOB 8T00K BEFORE PURCHASING ELShWHBRE.
STOiaL. WEBB & CO.,
(AT BANCROFTS CLD STAND), No. 287 KING STREET,
?tua 19 wimlmo