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The Dailv News.
WEDNEBDAY MOBNINO. ?TULY 11, 1866.
To J. B.? on Sending Me i* ?Seven Pound
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BT?JrAME8 H. L0WK1JI
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Fit for no Abbot ol fcbelsnio, P *.'
F?r tho whole Cardinal*? Oollego, or v.
Tho Popo lilaisolf to t?ooln dream
Before bis lenteu vision rIobiu,
lie Ues there?the sockdi loger.
His precious ?.inks wlti stars bospront,
, - ^Worthy to swim iu Oaslaly I ,
The frlond by whom sucli ??its aro sent?
i For him BhaU bumpers full be ?pout?
Bis health', be luck his fast allay.
*"r? ' "'l sti?b'l? trslbo tho ?tVaywkrd brook . ?.
< *-.? Amid tae fprest myeterles, ., ...
?Where at tliomBolveB sh^aspons look,
' Orwnere,' With many a gurgling crook, *?
'**-'' iterobn? its woodland blstorloB. . .
ti.. M IK" :.:. . rv.- .'i .,
-i?: ni see leaf shade and eon flech lend ,.
itti ' , Their tromulous, sweot violssltude
.. To smooth dark pool to crinkling1 bend?
?" ' (Oh, slow him, Ann, as 'twere your frion d,
.vi . \V1 tli amorous solicitude !)
* -i?, .. ?-.,,. - n:? .*?... i ...
-*,!' il J?W lircp-step ?with <r*ution;due,
Baft, as if shod with mocc'ailns,
""' " U.-aVb as'?, onttrob, and who pilos you,
*' fiSyotip oroft. Is safe as In a pow
? J For all oar common stock of sins. ,
...."'! H?.'? . f H'.VH :w*..... . ? :
:i ? The unqrring fly I see hint cast,
"* Tihat as a roso loaf falls us Soft-i
e,--> flash'l'aw?HI he hashlro fasti
?Mil .lVi)tyrciB,lht)W,th?t Btcil(!Slo iRHt; .
/ ?. .<! Oonf,asqs and appalls us oft! .
. VP' ' ' ' >' ':
'Driflritten? nW; calm fi.s the sky
' "' > '< Looks on onr tragi-comedlos,
v This way and that he lets him fly,
A sunbeam shuttle, then to die
_!'.' nflTlandl.bimwlthooolajiIomb, at ease. ..^
il- .?-i ' ? ?w ?f mtsm, : m , ?. ?. ..
-" *''' ?fhe fficrid Who gave our board tmoh gust-'
ii! -.:..'- lri?o'a osre. rutiy.bo o'iMBt?i? it hsJi, ,,.
m -? And .when Death hooks blip, as ho must,
"He'll do y featry, as'Itrtiift.. '
' ' '?MA'S, write his epitaph l ? ' ...i.
3" ' en^'boro beius?_ the P?he?'- sign,- n*
-?T-.-.i.n'- tPfllWn'^liat?oQft.bspplest, .
n?*_, MtW* ho.somowjioro. with Walton dine,
?ay Ho'racb send-him MasBlo wins, ' . i
<w I"' l Aild ffurm B?otch driuti? th enapplopt !
Htttl ? in- ,ii it. .mi., i ?4 .,- Jfni .....
,V??' ' *'A'na(wn,?t? ?ey'Mttte bis deeds to weigh,
'?i.:- (flmi And hotr homsed the ?1 entants,. *
One trout (cajfj In the scales .he'll lav,
,.(If trout bad bco.les), and 'twill' ?B?rwoy ""
,,-!'?-,7Tliewrbbg'*ide of tho balances. i
j? , -,' - I'Mi vti [Atlantic, far July.
H_?_?I??aaa_???? ' "*-?*
*. *?- '" "W ?-' " -I--?.. _?.' II. )i ]
?i ,.,!. ?. ..,-, THE I.qST CAHiaB. <; y
UB_tract; firii?[ Mir.' !?o??t_*s Forthoomlng
???* ?, , -..v.,: . ? uutary. ,. .-.
... if THR PQUTJVEWS.MOHaOi; CONFERENCE.'
At'di-fferen? period?,-of -tho,war the ambition of
individuals.ort: both.sides had attempted certain'
propositions of peace, and Bought to bring the?
- parties at Biohmond and Washington info such a,
position thiitiJlhoy could opt avoid negotiations,
us witlioui, subjoeting IhoniBolvu^ tu the, iujiirjpus
i, uuputation of broTqrririg war,' lu pursuanccr of
this'diplomatie err?ntry.'Mr. ?Vanois P.'Blair, a
^Bklllriif pbliti?ilin,- irv^Jatm??yi 1865, ottiairj?d &
" passport from President _incoln? to go through
the Federal lines, visited Iiichmond, aud whilo
?Isolaiming any official instructions or counte
?nanoe froiuJ?V?ihi_gtonj-soughtt to pr.o.TB^?*?"?pn
President Davis to send or recelvo commissioners
vio tctflai of p'oape between, the contending' part i on.
On tho 19th ut Januiry, _r. Blair returned to
Washington;,ti?ing with K?m a written assurance,
"addressed to himself, nfrom- President Huvib, or
Kis ?tVllllngnesB to enter into negotiations of peace,
"toreceive_ conrmissloner whenever one should
" ' b?'?ent.'a'nd df bief readineerB,' whenever Mr.-- Blair
...couldproinis?'that ho would bo recoivod, to ap
"point snch b cornmiaaionor, nilnisthr, brother
-- agent, and thus "renew tho effort to enter into a
conforence with d, view to aecure peace between
the two countries?",' Tho-reply of Mr._jncoln was
no loss diplomatic. Ho wrote that he was "ready
. to receive an agent whom Mr. Davis or any oQior
influential person now resiHtirj?, tho .national au
thority, may informally aenoTrdo, with a view of
Tsedhring go&sgto.thppoople ohoni ?ommoijpcoAin
while tho intermediation of Mr. Blair was tak
ing place in Richmond, a number of Congress
men and'leading politicians of the Oonfederaoy
' had.been exertin g themselves ton* e the peculiar
:" influence ?of.the iVioe-iPrpside?t, Alexander H.
Stephens, in a negotiation.with Washington, and
*'" forxhls priTpo8e'tobring_im.and'PresldentD?viB
to a. friendly understanding. There had? long
"been a oo?lnesa, b'?twe?h thos,e high officers. Mr,
-saStveph'?DB had blown hot and cold in the. war. At
the beginning of the war, ho was ' intensely
. ,-^Souther?r, anOithnnght'the death.of ererv ind?
vidual in tho wnl?'a?raoy profertcblo t?' sufraga-?
tion; at the later periods of the war he squintea*
at "roconstruotlin3." and daUiorl wit?br tho "tInion''
. faction at the South. The r?putation of this man
* la a striking ekairiplo? Of haw diffiO?lt it is ju all
m parta of America Xor the people tp distinguish bo'-'
< tweou a real'statesman and an elab?ralo.dem?
-- goguo? Mr.'Btopho'na'had agr??t idea of his pefi
aonal consequenoe;.ho,.waa touchy and exacting1
in h_ interoiurae with other public men, and he
refused to'pass ?.word with President Davis until
ho had obtained from him the concession of a cir
,,'cuilous mea?age that "the President would be
glad to seo Mr. Stephens." In the interview
? whioh took, place,. President JDayis remarked
fraciously, but t? tinge of'saroasm in his tone,
bathe knew of "no ono better calculated to eon
dnct a poaco negotiation with tho North, than
Mr. Alexander H, Stephens.? Iu tho statement of
- " the views,tho.' President? was .remarkably liberal.
He allowed Mr..Stephens to name for himself the
assooiate commissioners, who wero It.M. T. Hun
tor of Virginia, aud J. A. Campbell of Alabama;
It.waBdonbtleat|CBlarijatod by President Davis
that Ihe-isalie of tho Ifortruss i?ecntoo Conference
' would give,a flat arutwor, to the..party in. the Con-'
''?' foderacy that had been olainoribg for peace nego
-- ih.tion3, andr.mako.an opportunity to' oxcito anew
the spirit and indignation ol the, Southern peo
P ,pla. It was, indoncl-^ powerful appeal to the
-r he?H of the SbutM,l?naa1 d-playedTbs real con
"'"Sequences of subjugation, it had declared what
?,. would be its pains and penalties and humiliation
It was the ultimatum of an onomy calculated to
nerve tho resolution of; apeoploilgb.tinaior liberty,
and to _ake-thcrrFdovofty-a new labor and lifo for
V tho great qsubo. of tboir rodemptiou. It was
thought in Richmond that the' last attempt at
negotiation would date a new era of resolution
V and devotion it> tho ?Mr,, On Iho^return of the
commisBioners a day ma appointed for an impos
ing expression?of public opiuiou on the evont Of
it . the, i conference-, all business was suspended in
? Biohjooond; atihigh noon processions wereiforrned
to the difffi-ont placea of'meeting; and ,no less
than twenty different orators, composed of the
most effectiv?'speakors id Congress and the Cabi
net, and the most eloquent divines of Biohmond,
'took their Btands in the hall? of legislation, in the
Churches and theatre's, and swelled the eloquence
ol this last and grand appeal to the people and
i_?iea.of tbfj$omh.*> V1'- */, ?-.,
Two of the. returned !"eomnil?6lonori?, /lesars.
;j , Hunter and Campboll, wbro among the orators of
tho (lay. Mr.' fit options had boon urgnrl to speak;
but he had a demagogue's _?tinot of tho danger
in the'matter; ,it was au Awkward ocoasion in
whioh he'might say too _licli or too little; ana so
he plead }ll health and esoapod to Qoorgia.J It
'' or?fwdti^nrdy?fti-li?ridiho^audffiuf itho speak?*
.era or lined the streets; and the air was vocal.
* *j MH *?fb effoVtf ?JtTifli.?B. of ?tor and ?the- re | ?oneoa
of the audience: It toeired, ?cfcWMWtt the
blood of .the pognlo had boon .again kindled. But'
It waa only the sickly glare ?? ah e*xpirlng llame;
thore was op sM^a-HiVoep.iu thq oxoitomont; thore
was no virtue in UflnSMnl inspiration ended
" With thtVvoic^*j^**d-*e??ma_l08 tlyat ?invoked?t;
' M* -ft?
and it was found that tho spirit of the people of
tho Confederacy was too woak, too muoh broken !
to react with effect, or aesumotho position of eroct
and dosporate doQanoo.
A fow days boforo this popular convocation in
Richmond, and juet on tho roturn of tho commis
sioners, president Davis hiihaolf had ?ddroaeod a
popular audience in tho African Oburch. -Ho was
attended, to tho stand by the Governor of Virginia.
Ho made a powerful aud oloquonb addrces* hut in
parta of it ho foil into woak and bombastic spocoh,
?nd betrayed that boastful characteristic of almost
all bis or*? utterances in tho war. As a writer, Bfw
BaviB was" caro?ul, meditativo and full of dignity;
but- as a speaker, ho was imprudent, and in mo
inonts or passion ho froquohUy Wnrtcd out what
firat came into hie mind. On tlila occasion ho waB
boastful, aluioBt to tho point of grotcaqueucaa.
Ho doclarcd that tho march which ?Sherman was
then making would bo "his last," and would con
duct him to ruin: ho predicted that before the
summer eolstico foil upon tho country it would bo
tl?o North that would bo soliciting po-co; he af
iirmod that tho military situation of tho Confede
racy w-ia all that ho could doeiro* and drawing
up hia< figuro, and in tonca of aoprnful defiance,
hoard to Uio rcmoloat parta of the building, ho
remarked that tho Federal authoritios who had ao
complacontly conferred with tho commissioners
of the Confederacy, "little know that they wore
talking to their maateral" Kuch swollen apeecbea
of the Proaidont offended tho sober ' ?c?sc cf tho
Confederacy; and.it was frequently aaid that ho
attempted to blind tho pooplo aa t? tho actual
condition of affairs, and novor dealt with them in
a proper spirit of candor, .But this estimate of
President Davis ia probably a mistaken, ono.. Ho
was not insincere; in all hia strango and extrava
gant utterances of oonfidenco ho probably boliov
ed-what ho apoke;.and to tue last he appoara
never to have apprehended, tho roi,l situation. TI o
was blinded by, hia own natural temper; in t|u*
last momont ho was issuing edicts, playing with
the bauble? of authority, novor realizing that ho
was not still the great tribune: ho was sustained
by a poworfui soLT-con?oit aud a sanguine tem
perament; and ho wont down to ruin with the fillet
of vanity upon'hi.'byes. '
. -1-1?4 ?a ' .?- '.. >,
A fevr Foetus Alt out U emitan ,1'a?ycraltti-a.
For thoao.of our*roadora who aro .interested in
all that concerns' the republic of letters, we. have
compiled from reccut. and authentic sources a .fow
facta about the world-ronownod German Univpr
aitiea. Wo .aro indebted for tho basis of- this ar
ticle to a soriea of letter!) by" Professor AnnENs,
the very able correspondent of th? New York
Watchman. ; n i ? . -,? .1 .-.
, Tb**ro are twenty-live of, theap universities.
The oldest, that of Prague, was founded in' 1348;
the youngest, that of Munich,-IS-?. "These groat
institutions wore all Organized and are : still eup
, ported by the several go v.. rumen ta. There, are a
great many colleges, but those form part of the
' university, aV at 'Oxford or Cambridge. In tt?r
ma?y the student-must1- graduate in a college be
fore.ho can onter. the. universitiea. TUe Gorman
\ universities aro.organized upon the model of t\w
?University of PariB?tho oldest institution of learn
ing in Europe?whioh-'was" framed after tho
model ofthat of Alexandria, whero Euclid, Dio
phontua, aud tho Church lather?, Clement,
ihrigen, Ath?ijasiuB and St. Gregory were trained
or their hi?h vocation: " -*r *?**
Thcao Universities--have four departments, or
profoaaioual echoolij....,.- u?.. .,,*
I. The Theological Department, which ranks
first in import atieo. I). D; is'the highest aoadem
ioal-degree .that they, can confer. -They, require of
candidate? for the pulpit to pass a successful ex
amination on the following : ''Or ion tal philosophy,
herrheneuticS', - antiquities, - church and doctrino
history- homiletica, catechot ica-, liturgiee,- and
theory of oburch government?.!' (We. hopo,-wo
maV oe pardoned for observing that we know s'ov
erai American Doctors* of Divinity -who did' not
pass an examination'upon that onrricnium.-) Tt is
peculiar to these Univeraltios that-they do not.re-,
quire that only divines ahall.teach theology?- 'Ed
ward of Gott iiigoii, a mombcr of the philosophical
faculty, is now lecturing on the book of Jon and
the writings of Solomon. *. . >.-<>.
" II. Tho Philosophical Department. ? -.,.(
111. The -Department ot Law, embracing his
tory of the civfl, criminal, and common law..
IV. Th& Department of Medicino. In-this last, i
Germany has always beensecond to France. '
' -The Lecture is the vehicle of instruction. ..The
Btudent vei-**?rnly cnmoB Into pur?onal contact
with the professors. 'At the appointed time tho
f)rofoBBor appoBi-8 upon tho rostrum, bows polite
y, dehvers his* lecture of fifty minutes length ami
retires. 'The- professors do not use text
books. Each inatrnotor must furnish his'.own
text.' A man cannot bo* toachor hero Who can
only look over thotext as the -pupil* recito s?ho
must'understand hie department thoroughly, or
he cannot prooeed ut all;' The studonts have the
privilege of the fresh effoBions of -the -instructor.
-If he i? not' attentive 'to these lectures, ho can
never hope to pass his examination upon hia ap
plication for a ' degree. " A system that allows
such entire independency in its teachers has,
however, its very serious defects, and in this pe
culiarity of their educational system- do we find a
partial explanation of the origin of those innu
merable : theories 'and wild- doctrines that havo
emanated from theso-famous schools. 'That each*
professor Is required' to furnish his own text ex
plaine the fact-that Germany baa-supplied tho
world vrith text-book b.
Before a young mancan matriculate as a Stu
dentin tho University ho most have become "a
bachelor of-art." 'In the preparatory -studies,
which (lifter- littlo from those of our- American
coll?ges, the tutorial system is rigidly observed.
There exist' ho 'sectarian or other teat a (besides
? those of scholarship) for admission into a German
University. "'Groolis and Jews," Englishmen)
American and African students maybe received,
and are in actual attendance at those institutions.
The student at these Universities ia emphatic
ally an independent man ''the pupilage and mas
tership of tno college have coaeed. The diligent
student finds herd overy advantage aud at email
cost. H? comes Into daily contact with the mas
tor minds of the times ; he has access to monster
libraries and richly furnished museums and iito
rarv societies, with o very m can a that he can use,
and every stimulant that can arouBe and every
drill that can discipline the intellect. To the lazy
and immoral, University life is the initiatory to
utter UBelesBnesB and ruin. The Sabbaths are
spent by the great mass of the students in excur
sion a and froo and easy recreations. On suoh oc
casions a barrel full is an essential accompani
ment. To be suspected of piety is to bs suspected
of weakness in the upper story. ,
Duelling?in the mild German form?is still in
common practico, trat very many of those stu
dents aro models'of good conduct ahd of studious
application. 'MoBt students1 visit three or 'four
universities during the period 'of'their university
studi?B. The style is to spend th? winter seasoni
at Berlin, Lojpaig, Vienna; and Munich; and tbo
summer soason at Gottingen,- Bonn, or Heidol-:
berg. (B?riri?fT the' 'last year a y-oung toa?-from
Goorgia;rocoived the highest honora -conferrod by
the University of Heidelberg-, the'first American,
wt? are" informed, thsrt, hair ever rtcdvedimoh a
distinction.) '. ,r ' "' ' * - ' ' ?.
. Qertoaiiy' is?' by" all, odds?" tho place of eheap
education. Ab the professor's are salaried men,
the student** pttyfor a course of 'lectures a mere'
pittance, eay llyo or six dollar/^.- Lodging and
Doafdare prpp?rUoh^toly'' bhoap.,' (Ptbr. 'Ahrona
wriies from GottiDg?n.) ''A' student xrho abstains
from the revelries of the gay and voluptuous, who
To Make am Eoo Stand oh End.?A curioiis dia
ouBsion on* this subject, ' started by an English
vicar, is going through the Manchester papers.
One'writer says Columbus need pot have broken
bia egg, for that artioTo can' bo Ciado t?'stand
?hus: "Take an egg and shake It in the hand
rom five to ton minutos: by doing so you render
the white moire fluid, arid, the yolk sinks noarer
to tho end when the egg!ls?et upright; and If
it he then held steadily until the yolk has time
JU.-jd***P.r*.c.Q, th? .?kite, ft. may bo made to stan,d
upright on a dining t?Bl?, ?r other', afii?oth level
i surface." . : ; .. i . %,w
Tho wife of "a rotur_ed*?hio soldier was alarmed
lest her husband should loao his arm, which had
___*____"*______* w,-a ?''Stniu^-rf?-llar to ?hb
with whitrh tho wife"*? mind was hnproaiiod at tho
time^he0O*f?e<>_iiwer_,**_JkiBg about taking off
hejNhuflbanaTs,! ThoASQar,,of the buUet-hole, eo
2_-%-&ffi_-^?__AiSd&!_fi__ani ^-?ble on
^e,ch?j_>,?t.the base of thi?a(t?_ii_jU^'rTr ?
03- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.?OLD EYES
mode new, withont Spectacles, Doctor or Modiolne
Pamphlet mailed free en receipt of ten cents. Addrest
f. B. FOOT-E, M. D., No. 1180 Dread way, New York.
?-DUrOHEtVH -IQHTNINQ FLY-KILLEB
MakeB quick work with files, and if commonoed early,
keeps tho house Clear all tho summer.
Look oat for imitations. Get DuTcnEn's only.
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MAN EYE9 mado to order and Insorted by Drs. F.
ilAUOll aud P. QOUGELMANN (formerly omployed by
Roihsonnf-U, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, Now York.
April M _;_ lyr
~*_-_ ARRIAQE AND CELIBACY,
an KsBAy of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also Diseases and Abuses which prostrate tho vital
powers, with sure moans of relief. Sont froo of chargo
in sealed loiter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. BKILI/IN
BOUGHTON,. Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
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S made from tho choicest materials, Is mild and
amollie?t lu Its nature, fragrantly scented, and
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sale by all Druggists and Fancy Qoods Dealers.
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will euro the itch in 18 hours. Also cares Salt Bboum,
Dlcors, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of tho Skin. Price
60 cents. For sale by all druggists. By Bonding 60
oonts to WEEK8 k PCTTEB, Sola Agents, 170 Washing
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p'oBtsKo, to any part of tho United Slates. ' ' '
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... , BEGENKBATINU EXTUAGT OF MIXLEY?EUBS,
For restoring and Beautify? g the Hair,
i. /.. .,! .. /o_aBDE8 BATOHHDOB, New York.
i .?August ITi / ; li .'.; i .?: -.i - . . VP
, usmtiPt&OlAh NOTICE.?^"QBEATOA?S FBOM
littleaooj?i grow," The, worst dbJoaBos known to the
i (Oman; roce airing from causes so,small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of sqi?ntiflo lore that fill
tho tables!'*>nd.sbelyoe of tho.modlc&l fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate thopo facts.
"TnerigU??ybnwelV? whOoyon may. The s_Sllest
: pimplo on tho ekln ib a tell-tale and Indicator at disease;
It may fade and die away from the" surface of the body,.
but it will reach the, vit?9/ perhapB, at last, and death
|io the rosul,t oiid flnai oloso! MA'?QIEL'B BILIOUS
PYSPEPTIO, and DIA_B_?A P_X?I cure where all
'others fe_. ' While lor Burns, Scald?, ObHb?_?, Ont?,
1 and al!abrasions of tho ?l_i, _?0<3IFti'8>8?ve la in
fallible. Bold by 3. ' HAGor_L, Ko. 40 Fulton-street,
New York, or d s_ Druggist?, ot 35 cents per bo_ '
Beptembijr 05 >-..? ' i - j?,
... 03-?EA ISLAND SH^I'a?A FIBST CLASS
YOKE BBIBT, -for gentleman for $3 each. Will at any
well formed man porfoc tl y. Mode m the best maun.or from
-th? excellent cottons of the A_rw_oHT Mills and lin
ens 6f Fensell h Bos,. Belfast, la?n_tn>. These so
,perp ?hirts wJU be sesteo any point in the South whore
there Is au Express Oil?o tor $80 per dozen?the, pay
collected on-deUvery.?: ' .', .
?BLinefa HHIBT8, $8 78: >> ?*
8 add ? plylilnoa Collars, $1 per doses. li
? India Gante Dnderolothlng,. at || 3* each.
And m generalaasortmoatof Gentlemen's Qoods at
similar prioes. Address orders to ,, _., ..,,
P. F. 8MITH & FOWLEB,
June 25 wfn?mo 8 Park Bow.'New York.
"A smile was on her Up?health 'was in her look.
strength'was In her step, and In her hands? Pi_kta
ti?n Bm-?m." '
;, S. T.-;I860~-X.!
.-, A few bottle? of P_?tatiok Bitte?i
Will ouro Nerv?us Headache.
" ., Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
." Sour Btomaoh and Fetid Breath. '
.*? Flatulency and l?dlgestion.
?? ' Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breatb.
*' ? " Pain over the Ml ' -i
, ? Mental Despondency.
" Profrti?Ion; Great Weakness.
1 Hallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, he
Whioh ore tho evidences of
. HVEB COMPLAINT AND DYSP-PfilA.
- It Is ?utlmated that seven-tenths of aU adult ailments
proceed?om a. deceased and torpid liver. The, biliary
secretions,of the Hvar overflowing into .the stomach pol
uon the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
, After long roM?i??, w? ar? able to present the most
remarkable ouro for these horrid nightmare disease?,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken th?
P_?TA-rf?rT Birrxas, and notan instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It _ a most effectual ton lo and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of Ufa
' The reports that it relies upon 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.
Cam s at a Ma? .? OelebWated for over two hundred"
years in the treatment of Fever and Aguo, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc. It was Introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy or Peru, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by tho ?results for the enormous price oj
its own weight in tUoer, tinder the name of Jesuit's Pow
ders, and was finally mode publlo by I^ouis Xvr, King
of Franco. Humboldt mokes especial reference to Its
fobrlfugo qualities during his South American travels.
?AJ3CAHU.LA B?tx?For diarrhea?, colic and diseases
ol the stomach and bowels.
Dahucuoh?For inflammation of the loins and drop
sical off eotlons. i _'_, ? _ '._.'
OHAsioMiiK Flowkbb?For enfeebled digestion.
tii.YXK.DteB. Fjuowkbs? Aromajtio, stimulant and tonic?
highly. Invigorating in nervous debility.
WinTKaaiu?'???For scrofula, theumatism, etc
Ahihk_An aromatio carminative; creating flesh/
muscle and milk ; much used by mothers nuretng. ,
Also, cldve-bndS, orange, corr?way, coriander, snake
root, eto.- ' '__i _,
;- ; S*. V1S80,-X. -, . .
l ?1 other wbhdr-fal Ingrsdlentv of great use ?monj
v*!?? opon lab Uulles of douth A merle?, Impar ling, beauty
fo the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, is yet un
known to the commerce of the world, and we withhold
its namo for th? present;.
' ,y'n" ' -?dBT?ri?o?STlt?OATEfl. "* *'
Ti?dittirrmt, N. Y , December 38, 1851.
- Messrs. P. IT. Dbaxe h Co.?I have boon s great sni*
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or fonr years, and hod to
abandon my profession. About three months ago I
tried tho PlantaUon Bittere, and to my great Joy I am
nor nearly a well man. I have rocommended them in
several caaes, and, as for as J know, always wit-slgnaJ
benefit. Ut ... . m&^ff?^
Pm?hApsTvPH?, 1W?1 Month, 17th Day, 1852.
Bxstxot?> faialTO??My dsoghter bos been much
benefitted-by the use of thy Plantation Bitten. Thon
wilt send at two bottle? more? . iiwm.L.'
Thy friend, *^Ba, ODBBIN.
:'"' ' Suej?i?aN Ho?be, Chioaoo, 111., )
.-. . February 11,1863. I
M?ses. P. B. Dsuxm h Co..-?Pisase send ns another
twolvo cosos of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetizer, they appear to have superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed. _
Yours. Ac,, GAGE h WAITB,
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, whioh has net heretoforo boon
The publie may rest asenred that in no oaae will the
perfectly pure standard of the Plantation Bixtkbs be
dopartod from. Every bottle bears the fac-timile of our
signature on a steel plate engraving, or it t nnet be gen
Arty perton pretending to tell Pi?statioh Brmrj>s in
liilk or by the gall?n, it a swindler and imposter. Be* art
of refilled bettlet. Set that our Privet* Stamp is TJmev
to.MM ossr every cork. _? _-_ ,?_.. ? '-?
gold by all Drcg?-lsts, Grocers and Dealer? thron ghont
_e?sonUtry.-' i?i '
u- P. H. DBASE ft 00.r New York. :
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STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. ?87 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 BESrKCTFULLY INFORM OUR FRIENDS AND TITIE PUBLIC GENERALLY
that wo havo largely iucroaBod our Storo and STOCK OF GOODS, to meet tho groat demand for
GOODS in our LINE. Our taking in tho adjoining Storo diablee tin to keep a much larger aeaortmont
in each donartmont. Tho greater part of our Btoek was bought whon tho Northorn markets were at
tho lowest prices. Wo aro. thereby enabled to sell our goods aB low, if not LOWEII, than any Dry
Goods House in tho oity, notwithstanding tho present advance in tho Northern markot for almost
every article in our lino. Wo have some fow leading articles at very low prices in oach department,
and wo will guarantoo to soil all other styles at tho lowest market prices. *,Yo have ONE PRICE, id
ovory articlo is markod in PLAIN FIGDREB
Liberal deductions are made on all goods bought by tho piece, for cash.
N. B_Ladies purchasing Dry Goods for thoir Country friends will find it to their advantago to **ivo
?b a call. We take special pains in packing, and wo have made arrangement? with tbo Express Com
panies to carry all paokagea at tho very lowest ratee. No charges for packiug and shipping.
Our COUNTRY FRIENDS, entrusting thoir orders to u?, will fiud thorn a? well cared for as if thoy
woro solocting for thomeolvcs.
Each department will be fouud full, the styleB well selected, and in overy varioty.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN PAST OF:
3-4 LONGOLOTH8 at 15 cents
3-4 to 7-8 Longoloths at 17, 18 to 20 conts
Suporior 7-8 Shirting Longclothe at 23 cents by tho piooo
Tho best brands in 7*8 and 4-4 Amorican Longoloths '
8UPERIOR ENGLISH LONGOLOTH8 IN ALL QUALITIES.
Extra English Shirting at 36 and 37 cento
The above goods, aro not to bo found apy whore elec. Wo consider thom choapor than American
Loncclothu at same prices. '
FINE UN BLE AOH ED LONGLOTHS AND SEA ISLAND BROWN SHIRTINGS. -
"" Extra Heavy Brown Shirtings, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4 wide
*,?,, *,.,_, ?Extra Heavy Cotton Sheetings in 0-4,10-4, 11-4, and 12-4 wldo
. ' Pillow Case Longclotlis at all prices.
' IR1BH LINENS in ?U of the* host makes, put up in half pieces for family uso, which wo will sell
at Whole??lo prices. ' ' ' ""
' Also, & good assortment of prices for the Retail Department. .Pillow Linen? in all widths, Unen.
Shootings in-all widths.
, A cheap lot of .Bleached Table Damask (all Linen), which we oiTor at $1.25 por yard
Damask Cloths, ' Damask Napkins, Damaek Doylies ' Damask Tray Cloths,
': ColoT?d Table Damask and Colored Damask Doylies. .-., ,
Moroof. those extra quality 11-4.MARSEILLES QUILTS at *7 to $10; best quality Mosquito Bobi
net in 90,100, and 108 inches .wide, which we will soil low by tho piece. Best quality Pavilion Gaoie.
just recelvod. * * i
One ease Lthen Crash at 12J cents; Russia Diapers m all widths and qualities.
One case of cheap Linea Huckaback Towelling at 25 cents por yard. Dowlas and Scotch Diappr
Towelling ?p all qualities. ...
DOMESTIC GOODS DEPARTMENT
WILL BE FOUND PULL AND WdLL A--ORTBD TO MEET THE WANTS OF OON8UMER8.
I* ?.*. , * . r . . -i*...,
18 WELL ASSORTED IN STYLESAND COLORS, FROM THE BEST MAKES. WE ARE OF
FERING Good Stylo DroBs Prints at 20 cents, warranted fast colors. . .
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
. LENOS AND MOZAMBIQUE'S FROM 25 TO 37* CENTS. ?EMBROIDERED ENGLISH BARE
GES at 35 cento, in good styles.
A few pieces Embroidered Pineapple Grenadines, at 25 cents, a little damagod. Together with
other stylos at as ; low prices eB are to be found in the city.
We are offering a cheap,lui of Colored Muelino at 25 cent?1, a fow pieces at 22 cents, a eootl assort?
mentat.S5;S7?,40,45 to M cents.
> A cheap lot of French Chintz Muslins marked down to 50 cents, worth 80 cents drat part of tho
season. A few colored Muslin Roa,$ Dresses.
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
CHEAP BLACK BAREGES AND CRAPE MARETZ. Black Tamartines. Black Shally Cloths, very
desirable goods. Lupin's best Black Shally, in all qualities. Lupin's Bombazines, Blaok Alpacas.
8-4 Whito Barege for Shawle. 8-4 Black Barege for Shawls. Black English Grenadines. Blaok Mus
lins. Plain Black Lawns. Black Dress Silks. Oil Silk.
B3___OI_ __ST_> COLORED PAEASOL8.
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 35 cents. Jaconet Cambric in all qualities. Soft flaiah Jaconets. Nainsook
Muslins and Mull Muslins, very good, at 37. conts. Cheap lot of Dotted Swiss at 35 conts. All other
qualities in Dotted, Embroidered, Striped and Plaid Swisses, FrUled and Tuoked Spencer Muslins.
Plaid Cambrics in every variety, some as low as 25 cents.
A ,L.ARQ? LOT MARKED DOWN TO FIFTY (5ENTS.
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 1N
SERTINGS, both in Cambric and Swiss, to bo found in tho city; Together with Roal Lacas, Imita
tion Laces, Collars and Cuffs, Linen Sets, Embroidered Sets, Lao?. Sets, Lace Collars, Embroidered
Collars, Frilling? and Ru?lings.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND F?LL LINES OF LISLE GLOVES FOB MIS8ES, LADIES, AND GENTS.
Full line of Silk GIovob for Children. Ladies, and Gentlemen. Full hue of Lace Mitts for Ladies and
Miases, in all qualities; very good at 60 cents per pair. Ladies' lisle and Buok Gauntlets.
. LadioB will? find full lio es of the best GERMAN and ENGLISH HOSE to bo found iuthis market.
Very good Real English Hose at 50 contener pair, cheap. Rest makes in Gonts' .Brown and Bleached
Half Hose. Full lines of Misses* Hose, Ladies' Lisle Thread Hoae, Ladies' Open-worked Hoso, Extra
size Cotton Hose, Extra oizo Blaok Raw Silk Hose, Ladies' GauzeUndervests. .
SHAWL AND MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
BLAOK LAOE POINTS. ' BLACK LAOE 8HAWL8. BLAOK BILK BASQUES AND 8AOK8..
White and Colored Barege BbAwls.. ?
, P__Oq?__ _>E_>^RTME:iSrT.
BLAOK FRENCH OlOTHS. BLAOK FRENCH DRAB D'ETE OF SUPERIOREQUALITIES. 6-4
Steel-mixed and Gold-mixed Oassimere. for Gents' suits. Fancy.(Ja-uimoros, Linon Drills, Whito and
Brown Linen Duoks, Coatings, Piques and Marseilles Cotton adeBin all styles, Tweeds and Jeans of all
STILL ON HAND A GOOD STOCK OF FLANNEL8, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT REASONABLE
prices. Gent's Gauzo Undervests. _^
TRIMMING AND SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT.!
LADIES WILLFIN? ALL OF THE MOST USEFUL ARTICLES IN THIS STOCK, SUCH AS PINS.
Noodles, Buttons, Tapes, Braids, &o., &o. Wo keep always on hand Coatos' boat Spool Cotton (in all
numbers). Together with hundreds of other small artioles too numerous to mention.
FXtEX-TOlaC O?R8BTS IN" AI*!* t_JXXA.LITI.l3S.
WOVBW FRENCH 0OB8BT8, EMBROIDERED.
BELT RI3BONS IN COLORED AND BLACK.
RIBBONS IN AI_I_ WIDTHSAND COLORS.
Together with every other ve-vintr to be found in our line.
JO** N. B.?O?B B'fOU'iS A-.l O?N-vrANTJA HKPLBNIBBED B? EVERY STEAMER, GALL AUD _.
ASUME O?B ?TQOK BEFORE PUBCHASLNO EJ-SKWHEBE.
ST03jLf WEBB & CO.,
* l " _ * ': ' '" "~! ' ("AT BANOBOFI'S OLD 8TAN?), No. .38(7 KING ?TBEET,
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