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TJtie Daily _S"ews.
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1800.
BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL.
CougresB met on Thursday, after tho fourth ol
July adjournment. Proocodiugsnnimportant, and
wore aunouuoed by telegraph in the Newb of Fri
Tho Cuba's raailb rcachod Now York on tho 6th.
Wo extract from our foreign files tho latost news
from the Beat of war in Europe.
In England tho iiiinistorinl crisis continued.
Tho London Herald of tho 23d says that tho min
iatura have not offurod an unconditional rosigni
tion to hor Majesty, but that they have threatened
resignation iu tho ovont of the Queen's refusal to
agree to a dissolution of Parliament.
TUE RUMBKIIG BKIllMIHU.
In tho skirmish at Rumborg, it appoars, five re
giments of Austrian cavalry woro surprised by
twolvo regiments of Prussian cavalry. Tho Aus
triuns charged with tho sabre, and tho Prussian
cavalry finally gavo way.
A groat hattlo is expected on tho banks of tho
Noisse, where tho Prussian army, under tho Princo
Boval, is posted, supported by tho strong fortresses
on "tho Oder, Brcslan, Lei/nit r. and Glogau.
AN ENCOUNTER WITH SAXON TBOOPS.
FitAOTjr., Juno 22.?Tho Prussians havo pasaod
across tho heights of Holledorf, where they had
an encounter with the Saxon troops. Thoy bavo
seized twelve locomotivos in Plauon.
rABTIOULAnS OF TUE FII18T ENGAGEMENT?TUE
FI It ST BLOOD SUED AT BEUN9UA?8EN?SUnPniSE
[Hamburg (June 19) Correspondence London Daily Newt ]
The first blood has boon shed in this unright
eous and unnatural civil war. On Sunday ovon
ing a corps of eight hundred Prussians were em
barked at Harburg on board tho iron-clad frigato
Arminins and one of the river passcngor stoamerB,
and arrived off Brunsbausen at 3 o'clook yester
day morning, where they immediately lauded, and
after spiking tho thirteen guns found in tho
fort, and destroying tho earthworks forming
the approaches, marched along tho dykes, to
Stade, formerly a fortress of con riderable im
portance, but now in a vory dilapidated and
untenable condition. The greater part of the
heavy guns and other material of tho artillery
had been previously withdrawn and sent into tho
interior of tho country, bo that there remained
but a email garrison of only three hundred mon,
who were certainly not in a position to resist a
Biege or offer much opposition to a superior force.
Still they showed fight, and prepared to defend
themselves when summoned to surrender ; but the
Prussians immediately fired a volley into them,
killing and wounding a few Hanoverians, when
the commandant, percoiving the UBoloBsness of
further opposition, capitulated, and the Prussians
took possession of the garrison, who, however,
after being disarmed, wero allowed to prccced to
their respectivo homes, previously being obliged
to give their parole not to fight against the Prus
sians duriug the rest of this unhappy war. Prus
sian accounts of this transaction exult at tho
quantity of military stores that have thua fallen
into their hands, whioh is, however, denied by the
THE ENCOUNTER AT FRIEDBGnO?TUE PRUSSIANS ON
TUEIU WAT TO FRANKFORT?THEIR ENGAGEMENT
WITH THB DABMBTADT REGIMENT? BETBEAT OF
THE FEDERAL TROOPS.
[Frankfort [June 20) Corretpondence London Timet.]
The entry of the Prussians into Hanoverian
Territory, the occupation of the capital, and the
restoration by them of communications which the
retreating Hanoverians had temporarily destroy
ed, will, doubtless, havo been fully reported to
you. The direction taken by the Hanovorian
army was southerly, upon Gottingon, with a viow
to unito with tho Hesse-Cassel battalions, and
then to effeot a permanent junotion noar this
town with the Confederate army forming on the
Main. Their lino of retreat would lead from
Caescl through Marburg and GiesBon to Frank
fort. But the Prussians, whose first steps
in this war have certainly been taken with
much energy and foresight, were ready for the
attempt. From Cologne and Coblentz, both
strongly fortified towns on that portion of the
Rhino which traversos the detached possessions
of Prussia in the west, two lines of railway con
duct, by the valley of the Sieg and that of the
Lahu respectively, to Wetzlar; there they
unite before reaching tho main line which con
nects Frankfort with Casael, Hanover, and Ham
burg at Glossen. In anticipation of what would
occur, the Prussians had without noise concen
trated a considerable forco at Wetzlar, composed
of battalions pushed forward from their base
Upon the itntno, and of troops which had volun
tarily evacuated federal fortresses in the south,
such as Bastadt and Mayeuce. No sooner was
the o.'oupation of Hanover announced than
they seized Giesson, on the main line, tore
up the railway, and destroyed the telegraph
wires. At Friedberg they came down upon a
HesBO Darmstadt regiment, which waa in no
position to resist auperior force, and at
once gave way. Hero they received infor
mation that 40,000 Wurtemberg and Bavarian
troops had already occupied Frankfort, and were
prepared to dispute their entry into the town. If
such an intention had ever ontorod the mind of
the Pruaaian commander, whioh ia extremely
doubtful, the false information convoyed to him
answered its purpose His soldiers feu back upon
Giesson and Marburg, and hearing that tho Han
overians, intercepted as we have seen, were re
tiring by the Fulda road towards the Rh?n
Geburg, with a view to gain Wurzburg, ho has
moved on, according to the latest accounts, to
meet them at Hersfeld and Fulda. In this direc
tion tho hostile forces must shortly come into col
lision, and we shall probably within a few hours
hoar that they have been engaged. The Prua
siana are supposod to number about 3(5,000 men;
the united troops of Hanover and Heaac-Cassel
ought not to be interior, uniese desertion has
thinned the ranks of the former army, or some of
her r?giments were cut off by the rapid entry of
THE FIBBT HIIOT FIBED.
The latest news from Italy is to the effect that
on the 20th ultimo, the Austrian outposts at
Apaiso Bruffiono were attacked by Italian volun
teers. Several shots woro exchanged.
THE ITALIAN DECLARATION OF WAR.
The Italian military declaration of war against
Austria has boon issued from the headquarters of
the army at Cremona. It is addressed by Gen.
Cialdini, chief of the goneral staff of the Italian
army, to the Archduke Albert, commanding the
Austrian army in Yenetia. Tho declaration says :
"The empire of Austria has been for oonturies
past the principal cause of the division, the sub
jection, and the incalculable moral ana material
wrongs of Italy. Now that the nation ie consti
tuted, Austria withholds recognition and continuos
to oppress one of our noblest provinces, trans
forming it into a vast intrenohed camp in order to
nionaoo onr existenoo. The comis?la and efforts
of the friendly powors with Austria were usoloss.
and it was inevitable that Austria and Italy should
again find thornselves face to faco in tho first Eu
ropean complication. The initiative taken by
Austria in armaments, and her rejection of tho
pacific propositions of the noutral powors, proved
tier hostile designs. The people of Italy have
risen np from ono extremity of tho Peninsula to
the other, and it is for these roasons that the
King, tho guardian of his peoplo'e rights and the
dofondor of the integrity of tho national territory,
declares war to tho Empire of Austria. I notify
to your Imperial Highness the ordor of tho King
that hostilities will oommonco within tbreo days
heneo, unless your highness doos not accopt this
delay, in which oase I beg you to bo good enough
to inform me to that effect.
1?e Oceap-?lon o* Dresden by tne I'rui.
PR1NOK FnEDBBIO CHARLES IN COMMAND OF TUI
INVADING FOBOBS?HE OAUTIOOaLY MOVES HII
TROOPS FORWARD?THE MARCH TO THE SAXOM
[Fre?s, the Military Correspondent London Time* ]
Headquarters or the First Ahmt, )
Go?_TZ, June 19.
It must be borne in mind that in the theatre ot
war there are three rivers of the name of Noisao.
They are ail, either directly or indirectly, affluent.
of tho Order, and aro therefore not unlikely to be
confounded with one anothor. The most westerly
of the throo la that whioh Howe pad thie town.
It ie to this rivor that tho principal defiles loading
through tho Rieaon Oebirg into Central Silesia
aro duo. Tho Prussian advanced guards oc
cupied Droedon last evening, and Prince Fred
ric 'liarles has time gained possession of
tho lino of railway winch form-? the lateral
communication through Saxony, Tho ad
- vaneo has as yot boon unopposed ; tbo Aus
trian General still tarries bobina tho mountains.
Qroat movements havo boon going on among
his troops, bnt no indication of an advance bau as
yot been given. Now it appoars as it tho Aus
trian will havo a did.cult tank boforothorn should
thoy attompt to doprivo tho Prussians of tho ad
vantages which tho latter havo alroady gained,
for Prince Froderic Charles is this morning firmly
flxod in Saxony: and hnu evidently no intention of
allowing his bold on this country to bo lightly
Bliakou off. Tho goncral courao of ovonts in tho
occupation of Saxony has heou as follows: On tbo
evening of tho 15th, whon the Saxon government
bad rejected tho Prussian ultimatum, and kuow
that tho army of Prince Frederic Charles was con
centrated on tho frontier, means woro adopted to
impodo as much as poasiblo tho advauco of tbo
Prussian troops. Saxon pionoors were sot to
work upon tho railways whioh load from the fron
tier upon Dresden. Of snch railways thore aro two,
that which follows the valley of tho Elbo and joins
the Loipsic lino at Riesa, and that wbtoh from
G?rlitz leads by Bautzen upon tho capital of
Saxony. At nightfall tho Saxon pionoers
commoncod thoir work, but in tho dark, and, un
der constant approhonsion of being broken in
up m by tho Prussian advanced guards, tbey
mado but littlo progroas. Tho rails were takon
up, but woro neither carried away, nor twit-tod,
nor broken, so as not to bo again immodiatoly
available At 11 o'clock at night tbo weodon
bridgo which carries tho railway branches to
Loipsic and (Jhonunt y. across tho Elbe, near Riesa,
was Bot on fire by means of petroleum. Its
destruction was not accomplished, for only two
piers woro burnt, and the whole bridge was again
mado paesablo by tho evening of tho next day.
Whilo tho work of demolition went slowly on in
Saxony heavy masses of Prussian troops were
drawing togethor and closing down to tho vory
frontier lino of that Kingdom. Retwoou G?rlitz
and tho border of tho west Prince Frederic
Charles marshalled three strong corps aVarmee.
wbilo noar 8trcbla, on tho north, Gonoral
Von Bittcnfeld divided bis force into three
columns, so as to advance with a broad
front, and as quickly as possible, on the rail
way junction at Riesa. During the fow dark
hours of tho abort summer night the last prepa
rations for tbo invasion wore made; tho main
bodies of tho troops were all collected together
about midnight, and tho soldiers pilod arms to
rest and wait for dawn. Fow slept; a dull and
heavy murmur continually rose irom tho cowded
colnmne, and told the subdued but deep excite
ment which pervaded the hearts of the men; and
tliid excitement was not without a cause, for all
thought tho Austrian was in Dresden, and that
there would be a battle on the morrow. The time
passed slowly, and it Boomed as if day would
never break. At last the first faint streaks of
dawn appeared, the troops eagerly fell into thoir
ranks, and, before the eon had risen, the advanced
fuards were pushing briskly over Saxon ground,
he pioneers who were engaged on the railways
fled before the foremost troops got noar thorn,
fortunate to avoid being taken. What Saxon
troops thero were on the lines of tho advance sIbo
retreated quickly toward Dresden.
Bittenfeld, from the north, reached Riesa abont
9 o'clock, and occupied that town in force. Below
the town pontoon-bridges wero quickly thrown
across tho Elbe, part of the troops crossed to the
right bank and pushed on to Grossenhain, whilo
another portion were direoted up tho left bank of
tho river towards Meissen. Hardly had Bitten
feld's troops established themselves in Riesa,
when a detachment of tho Field Railway Corps
arrived from Berlin, who immediately commenced
the restoration of tbo lines which had been torn
up on the railway, whilo pionoers wero sent to re
pair the burnt portion of the bridge.
In the meantime tho columns of the main army
were advancing in Lusatia; Lobau was occupied
beforo mid-day, and Bo.utzon in tbo afternoon.
But Prince Frederio Charles proceeded cautiously,
for he knew that the passes from Gabel and
Reichonberg led against his left, and that ho must
guard against an Austrian attack from that direc
tion. To covor bis communication with G?rlitz
and to shield his loft flank, he pushed a strong
dotaohment along the Zittan road to a point be
yond Ostritz. On Saturday he did little, except to
establish himself in his position. On Sunday a
detachment was pushed out to the right to teel
Bittenfeld's left, and the Prince pushed troops to
Bisobofswerda on the Dresdon road, whilo the ad
vanced guard of Herwarth occupied Meissen.
Yesterday a simultaneous advance was made
on the capital, the advancing columns met
with no opposition, and last night the Prussian
colors floated over Dresden.
The telegraph tolls us that tho AuetrianB intend
to postpone the commencement of active opera
tions until a federal contingent of 60,000 men can
be put in the field to assist in the operations against
Saxony. To-day Austrian movements have been
reported in the direction of Beichenborg, but all
reporta from tho outposts must at present be re
ceived with considerable caution. From Hanover
we hear that General Manteufel has passed L?ne
burg, and is pressing southward, and that the
town of Hanover waa last night ocoupied, after a
twelve hours' march, by General von Falkenstein.
Thie General commands tho Prussian corpB which
I mentioned in a previous letter as being in process
of concentration at Minden.
The Prussian General von Beyer, with the corps
which was concentrated at Wetzlar, has ocoupied
Giessen, Marbourg, and Oassel, and has thus cut
off the direct railway communication between
Hanover and Frankfort-on-the-Maine. The Han
ovarian army, whioh was at Gottingen, is making
an attempt to get to Fulda, whither the troops of
Electoral Hobso have moved to join it, but tho
railway from Gottingen to Fulda runs through
Cassel, and it does not appear improbable that,
cut off from the south by von Beyer, and pressed
in roar by Falkenstein and Manteufel, the Han
ovarians may be obliged to either lay down
their arms, or out their way through with
tho sword. Bavarian, Wurtemburg, and Darm
stadt troops are collecting round Fr*nkfort.
A Bavarian corps d'arm?e is said to havo
been yesterday pushed forward to Fulda to
aid the retreat of the Hanovarians. To under
stand the difficulties of this retreat it must be
noticed that two lines of railway load from G?ttin
gon into the valley of the Maine; tho one by Cas
sel, Marbourg, and Giessen, to Frankfort, is
already in possession of tho Prussians at those
three stations; tbo othor, by Cassel, Bebra, Fulda,
and Hanau, is occupied by the Prussians at Cas
sel. Whether the Hanovarians can reach Bebra
and Fulda without boing attacked in flank during
their march from Gottingen to Bebra, seems to
depend* solely upon the number of men Beyer can
afford to detach from Oassel. The Bavarians
8oem to anticipate the probability that the armies
of tho enemies of Prussia will havo to retire aoross
the Maine, and to take up the line of that river
against invasion from the north, for the massivo
railway bridge over that river at Lichtenfela is
mined, and, it is said, ready to bo fired. This
bridgo carries the railway leading from Caesel by
Hebra, Eisonbacb, and Coburg to Bamberg across
In Silesia strong Austrian patrols have pushed
up to tho outposts of the Crown Prince, but no
demonstration of an attack against his posilion
has been made. Probably they were only sent
out to obtain aa much information as they could
of the numbers and positions of the army of Sile
sia, or of tho Second Army, aa it is now officially
tormed, tho army hero under the Princo Frederic
Charles boing tho First Army.
? ? a -
Rioiit of Drskhtf.iih to Vote.?At tho last
session of the Pennsylvania L?gislature a law was
passed disfranchising ovory person who desorted
trom tho army during the late war. The Supreme
Court of the State, howevor, has just dooidod that
a person charged with boing a deserter must be
first tried and convicted by a court martial. This
decision ronders the act or the Assembly on this*
subject null and void, unless in case where the
rocord of a convention by a court martial is pro
, dnccd and proaonted to the election officer as
evidence against the party claiming the right to
"Madam, your boy oannot pass at half fare ; he
is too large," said the oondnotor of a railway train,
whioh bad boen long detained on the road by
snow. "He may be too large now," replied the
r matron, "bnt he waa email enough when we
, started." The conductor gave in, and the boy
i passed for half faro.
03- DUrCHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER
Makes quick work with files, and if commenced early,
keeps tbe bouse olear all tho summer.
Look oat for Imitations. Oot DMOB?I 's only.
June 35_ lmo
IT AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.?OLD EYE?
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet mallad froo on rooelpt of ton cents. Addreai
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November B ___
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??-MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Youug Men.
Also, Diseases and Abuses whioh prostrate tho vital
powors, with sure moans of relief. Sent free of chargo
In scaled lutter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. SKJLLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
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mull lent In its nature, f??grantl ? scented, and
extremely beneficial in Its action upon the skin. For
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February 7 lyr
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will euro the Itch In 48 hours. Also cures Salt lthoum,
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SO cents. For salo by all druggists. By soodlng GO
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ton street Boston, it will bo forwarded by mall, free of
postage, to any part of the United States.
June 4 smos
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collected on delivery.
All Linon SHIRTS, $3 75.
3 aud 4 ply Linen Collars, $3 per dozen.
India Gauzo Underdo'hin if, at $1 '25 each.
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little acorns grow." The worst diseases? known to the
aman race spring from causes so small as to almost
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to prove and elaborate these facts.
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It may fado and die away from the surface of the body,
but It will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
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September 25_ lyr
A smile was on her lip?health was In her look
strength was in her stop, and in her hands?P__ita
A fow bottles of Pi_NTATioN Bit?u_
Will euro Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
" Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
? Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
?? Mental Despondency.
? Prostration; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, &c
Which aro the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is ??tin?ted that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing into tho stomach poi
son the ontlro system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able to present tbe most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persona have taken the
Pi_station Birrias, and not an Instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It la a most effectual tonto and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all oondlUons of life.
The reports that it relies npon mineral substances for
Its active properties, are wholly false. For the satis
faction of the public, and that patients may consult
their physicians, we append a list of Its components.
Calisaya Babk.?Celebrated for over two hundred
years In the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, oto It was Introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy of Pern, In 1640, and
afterwards ?old by the Jesuits for the enormous price, oj
it* own weight in silver, nnder the name of Jesuit's Pow
dert, and was finally mado public by Louis XVI, King
of France. Bnmboldt makes especial reference to lta
febrifuge qualities during his South American travels.
Oaboabtxla Bark?For diarrh s, colic and diseases
of the stomach and bowels.
Dandelion?For Inflammation of the loins and drop
Cuamomile Flow?is?For enfeebled digestion.
Lavhndeh Flowziib?Aromatic, stimulant and tonic?
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
WiNTKitnnB?i?For scrofula, rheumatism, etc
AM?a?An oromatlo carminative; oreatlng flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake
root, etc. _
Another wonderful Ingredient, of great use among
tho Spanish ladles of South America, imparting beauty
to tbe complexion and brillianoy to tbe mind, Is yet un
known to the commerce of the world, and we withhold
its name for the present.
Roouibtbu, N. Y , Deco?bor 38, 1801.
Messrs. P. H. D__? h Co.?I have been a great suf
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had to
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P___>n-H_, lOtb Month, 17th Day, 1853.
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wflt send mo two bottles mora
Thy friend, ASA OURRIN.
8n__L_i Hoohx, 0?icaoo, 111., l
February 11,1853. (
Mmbiih. F. H. Dhakx h Co. :?Pleaso send us another
twelvo cases of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetizer, they appear to bave superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Arran?MM-? are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, which has net beretoforo been
The public may reat assured that In no case will the
perfectly pure standard of tho Pi?ktat?o?? Hittrbs be
departed bom. Every ?title bear* the fuc-timil* of our
signature on a steel plate engraving, or it cannot be gen
Any person pretending to tell Pi_?tation Drrr_is in
bulk or by Oit gallon, is a ttoindler and imposter. Beuare
ef refilled bottle*. See that sur Pr?vate Stamp i* Vian
rar? TBD over every cork.
Sold by all Druggist*, Grocers anil Doalcr* throughout
the cou? try.
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April 20 unwl-r
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Our COUNTRY FRIENDS, entrusting their orders to us, will find them as well cared for as if thev
wero selecting for thomsolveB. y
Each department will be found full, the styles well selected, and in every variety.
OUR STOCK CON8I8T8 IN PART OF:
3-4 LONGCLOTH8 at 15 conts
3-4 to 7-8 Longcloths at 17, 18 to 20 cents
Superior 7-8 Shirting Longcloths at 23 conts by tho pioco
Tho b?Bt brands in 7-8 and 4-4 American Lontrclothe
SUPERIOR ENGLISH LONGCLOTHS IN ALL QUALITIES.
Extra English Shirting at 35 and 37 cents
The above goods aro not to bo found any whore else. We consider thom choanor than American
Longcloths at same prices.
FINE UNBLEACHED LONGLOTBS AND 8E\ ISLAND BROWN 8UIRTINOS
Extra Heavy Brown Shirtings, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4 wido
Extra Heavy Cotton Sheetings in 9-4. 10-4, U-4, and 12-4 wido
Pillow Case Longcloths at all prices.
IRISH LINENS in all of the beet makes, put up in half pic*08 for family u *o, which wo will t-oll
at Wholesale prioee.
Also, a good asBortmont of prices for tho Retail Department. Pillow Liueus in all widths Liuon
Sheetings in all widths. '
A choap lot of Bleached Table Damask (all Linon), which we offer at il.25 per yard
Damask ClothB, Damask Napkins, Damask Doylies Damask Tray Cloths
Colored Tablo Damask and Colored Damask Doylies.
More of those extra quality 11-4 MARSEILLES" QUILTS at $7 to $10; bc9t quality Mosquito Bobi
not in 90, 100, and 108 inches wido, which wo will sell low by the pieco. Best quality Pavilion Gauze
One case Linen Crash at 121 cents; Rusaia Diapers in all widths and qualities.
One case of cheap Linen Huckaback Towelling at 20 cents per yard. Dowlas and Scotch Diaper
Towelling in all qualities.
DOMESTIC GOODS DEPARTMENT,
WILL BE FOUND FULL AND W _LL A >. ORTED TO MEET THE WANTS OF CONSUMER8. ?
CALICO DEPARTMENT i
18 WELL ASSORTED IN 8TYLE8 AND COLORS, FROM THE BEST MAKES. W& **?*T!_i
FERINO Good Style Dress Prints at 20 cents, warranted fast colors. ^__H;
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
LEN03 AND MOZAMBIQUES FROM 25 TO 37$ CENTS. [EMBROIDERED ENGLISH BARE
GES at 35 cents, in good styles.
A few pieces Embroidered Pineapple Grenadines, at 25 cents, a little damaged. Togothor with
other styles at as low prices as are to be found in the city.
We are offering a oheap lot of Colorod Muslins at 25 cents, a few pieoes at 22 conta, a good assort
ment at 35, S7_, 40, 46 to 50 cents. '. ? l*
A oheap lot of rrenoh Chintz Muslins marked doWn to 50 cents, worth 80 cpnts first parj. -?the
soasou. A few colored Muslin Robo Dresses.
BLACK GOODS DEPARTM
CHEAP BLACK BAREGE;* AND CRAPE MARETZ. Black Tamartines. Black Bhally I_
desirable goods. Lupin's best Black Shally, in all qualities. Lupin's Bombazines, Black .
8-4 White Barege for Shawls. 8-4 Black Barege for Shawls. Black English Grenadines. Blao?
lins. Plain Black Lawns. Black Dress Silks. Oil Silk.
BLACK _?.]Sr_> OOLOBBD PARASOLS.
IN ALL OF THE LATEST 8TYLEB AND OF THE BEST MAKES. ,v _
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMEN
WE HAVE ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT WHITE COTTON CAMBRIC AT ALL PRICE8-.
very good quality at 86 cents. Jaconet Cambric in all qualities. Soft fiaish Jaconets. Nainsook
Muslins and Mull Muslins, very good, at 37} conta. Choap lob of Dotted Swiss at 35 oents. All other '
qualities in Dotted, Embroidered, Striped and Plaid Swisses, Frilled and Tuoked Spencer Muslins.
Plaid Cambrics in every variety, some as low as 25 oents.
A LARG 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 article in the White Goods line.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF EMBROIDERED EDGINGS AND IN
8ERT1NGS, both in Cambric and Swiss, to bo found in tho city; Together with Roal Laces, Imita
tion Lncos, Collars and Cuffs, Linen Sots, Embroidered Sots, Lace Sots, Lace Collars, Embroidered
Collars, FriUinge and RufOings.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND FULL LINES OF LI8LE GLOVES FOR MI88ES, LADIE8, AND GENTS.
Full line of Silk Glovos for Children, Ladies, and Gentlemen. Fnll lino of Lace Mitts for Ladles and
Misses, in all qualities; very good at 50 cents per pair. Ladies' Lisle 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 Huso at 50 conts per pair, oheap. Best makes in Gonta' Brown and Bloaohod
Half Hobo. Full linos of Missos' Hobo, Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, Ladies' Open-worked Hose, Extra
size Cotton Hobo, Extra size Black Raw Silk Hose, Ladies' Gauze Underveets.
SHAWL AND MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
BLACK LACE POINTS. BLACK LACE SHAWLS. BLACK SILK BASQUES AND SA0K8.
White and Colored Barege Shawls.
BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS. BLACK FRENCH DRAB D'ETE OF SUPERIOR QUALITIES. 6-*t*
Steel-mixed and Gold-mixed CaesimeroB for Gents' suite. Fancy Cassimoros, Linon Drills, White and
Brown Linon Ducks, Coatings, Piques and Marseilles Cottonades in all styles, Tweoda and Joans of all
STILL ON HAND A GOOD STOCK OF FLANNELS, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT REASONABLE
prices. Gent's Gauze Undervests.
TRIMMING AND SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT.
LADIES WDLL FIND ALL OF THE MOST U8EFUL ARTICLES IN THIS 8TO0K, SUCH AB PIH8.
Noodleo, Buttons, Tapes, Braids, Ac, Ac. We keen always on hand Coates' best Spool Cotton (in all
nnmbors). Togothor with hundreds of othor small artioles too numorous to mention.
:F_E-L_3Nr01HC OOHBBTS II-T .A-X.I. QUAUTIBB,
WOVEN FRENCH 00B8ETS, RM B ROLDE BED.
BELT RIBBONS IN COLORED AND BLACK.
RIBBONS IN ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS.
Together with every other variety to bo fonnd in our line.
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AMINE OUR 8TOOK BBKOBE PURCHA81NO ELSi-WHEltE. ^^
ST03_L. WEBB & CO.
(AT BANOBOFT-B CLD STAND), No. 287 KING STREET.
Juni* 18 wfmlmo