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FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 13, 1866.
Is It Her Own 1
Is It horown ? through each long aitcrnoon,
When airy muslins snoop aloug tbo grass,
Is it her own ? when couples fit and spoon,
And ialry girls through tontB of blo?t*o*n pas?,
Whon llowor fetes horticultural delight ub,
Or proiucnadcH botanical iuvlto us,
Then if you list you'll bear
Sweet voices whispering near,
"1b it hor own ?"
Is it lior own ? when the graud pow'r of song,
Toarg ub ironi dinner aud Anlua'u side.
To hoar La Murska cadence-* prolong
And watch for tresnes which the curtains hide.
When pisitloiiato ?pplauso at last is dying,
Aud anxious trlondu nequaintancos aro oyirg,
Tuen watchful mothers say,
"Look, darling, o'or the way,
Is it her own ?"
Is it her own f question ot shelved maids
Viewing with jealous oyes their slstors fair:
Whisper of diiuBols whose concoctai braids
Pass for luxurious wealth of golden hair:
Bee in sly corners dowagors conspiring,
Pleasantly smiling, audibly admiriog.
Hoar how thoir voices sink,
"Quito so; but do you think
It is hor own ?"
la it hor own? smooth tufts and curls distrust,
And chignons hi dou by a silken not,
Bowaro of ornamonts and golden dust,
Mark well the juncture whore tlia comb is set.
If neat disorder r igns beneath the bonnet,
Friend of my youth I I'll stake my life upon it,
Then instantly you'll say,
When wilful troasos slrav,
It is her own?
BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL.
The following is the Dill lately passed by tho
Sonate, fixing tho manner of electing United
States Senators :
FirBt. That the Legislature of any State, next
preceding tho expiration of a souatorial term,
shall elect, on tho second Tuesday of its session,
a successor of tho retiring Senator. The voting
shall bo viva voce, and tho name of a person re
ceiving a majority of tho votes cast in such House
?hall bo entered upon tho journal of each House,
and a joint mooting of the two Uoubcs shall bo
convoned at 12 o'clock tho following day, and if
tho same person is found to have received a ma
jority ho shall be declared elected; but if tho
same persou shall not have received a majority of
the votos of both Houses, or if either House shall
have failed to tako proceedings ub required, tho
joint Assembly shall proceed to choose utoa voce,
and tho person receiving a majority of votes, all
the members being present and voting, shall be
declared duly elected.
Second. That whoro a vacancy shall exist on the
opening of a session of a Legislature an election
shall bo hold on the second Tuesday of the ses
sion, and If a vacancy shall occur during tho ses
sion it shall be filled on the second Tuesday after
Third. That the Governor shall certify such
election, and tho Secretary of State countersign
tho certificate to the President of the Senate.
The following important amendment to the
Tariff Bill has been adopted in tho House :
That Courts Martial shall havo no jurisdiction
of canes not arising in the land or naval service,
or in the militia when in actual service.
We tako the following interesting correspond
ence from the New York News :
position of the babicals toward the constitu
Washington, July 9.?The 4th of July oration
by Wendell Phillips at Farming tou has been mado
the subject of considerable comment among tho
Republican members of Congress. They say, is
be mistaken in saying that they do not desire the
ratification by the States of the Constitutional
Amendment. On the contrary, they declare that
what they wish and hope above all things is, that
the amendment may be ratified by tho twenty-five
Northern States and by two of the Southern States.
They even took some pains to get General Grant
cornered on tho subject, aud extorted from him
tho expression on bis part of an approval of tho
measure, and a hope that it would be ratified bv
the requisite y.nnboi* of States. Thoy were greatly
olft-tocl at lipv.nri elici ed this expression of opin
ion from Goneral Grant, boasted of it in all the
public placee hero, and telegraphed it to all their
AN DNLOOKED FOB EMBARRASSMENT.
What the Radical leaders say about ratification
is this: Thoy do not wish tho amendment ratified
by any of tho Southern States except Tennessee
and Louisiana, or Tennessee and Arkansas. They
wish nine of the Southern Btatee to vote against
it. They wish to impose it, to force it upon the
South, by the vory smallest voto (twenty-seven
States) by which it can be adopted. This was
tboir programme up to the time when the Presi
dent sent in biB messnge.upon the subject, and
for some time thereafter.
Tho subsequent action of some of the Northern
Governors has caused thorn great tribulation.
They oxpocted a prompt calling together of the
Legislatures of every one of the Northern States,
ana tho ratification of tho amendment by every
one of them. But it is certain now that the Leg
islatures of the following ten States will not bo
convened at all in extra session, and will not,
therefore, vote upon the amendment until De
cember or January next, namely: Maryland, In
diana, Ohio, Kentucky, Now Jersey, Delaware, Il
linois, Wisconsin, Iowa and New York. ?or is
this all. From tho boat information that can be
obtained the Republican members themselves are
forced to think that next winter, when the Legis
latures come to vote upon the amendment, it will
be rejected by tho following six States, namely:
New Jorsoy, Delaware, Kentuoky, Indiana, Mary
land, and probably Illinois.
UNWELCOME NEWS FBOM TENNESSEE.
Nor is this tho worst. Within a few days past,
intelligence from Tennessee has boon receivod'
which renders it almost certain that, instead of
ratifying tho amendment, Tennessee will reject it.
This intelligence completely upsets the pro
? ramme of tho Radical loadors, and has driven
hem to their wife end. Believing that they had
dono all that thoy could do to defeat tho restora
tion policy of tho President, and counting with
certainty upon tho passage of tho Tariff Bill, they
had even gone bo far as to talk among themselves
of being able now to bring the session to a close;
of adjourning; o? leaving hero a large executive
committee to watch the President during the next
five months, and of going home to attend to the
Alas ! the unexpected news from Tennessee, and
the provoking conduct of ton of the Northern
Governors, owing, as ThaddeuB Stevens thinks
entirely to tho Prosidont's rocont moasago, has
spoiled this pretty programme, has thrown tho
Radicals on their beam ends, and has rendered
it necessary for them to mark out and substitute
for it something entirely different. And as if this
waB not enough, comes now the call for the Na
tional Convention at Philadelphia, and the enthu
siastic response that is made to it in every quar
ter of the Union. The Radical leaders aro not
blind, and they plainly perooive that all their work
of tho last seven months is now undone, aud that
they must begin de novo.
QBIEVOUH DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE RADICALS.
It is not, thoreforo, that thoy did not expect nor
desiie tho ratification of the amendment. It is
that they are grievionely disappointed and trou
bled because tbey havo been laboring seven
months in vain. What to do ?b now the question,
and until a satisfactory solution of that question
is arrived at, an adjournment is out of the ques
tion. In this oti-ergonoy, caucus after caucus has
been held, and plan after plan lmn boon suggest
ed, dobatod, and rejected. They had exhausted
all the ingenuity of malignity in concooting the
plan that was fina ly presented in tho Report ol
the Committee of Fifteen, hoping that tho euocesc
of that plan, of which they felt assured, would
enable them to carry tho fall elootions in ever;
onoof tho Northern States, to retain their powej
and majority in both Houses, to keop the South
ern States permanently excluded from Congrefsa
and to elect t o next President. Now that the>
bave been so nicely checkmated?now that thoii
carefully prepared plan has faUed-thoy are ut>
terly at a loss what to do.
n_?J_i_SW*,E ***** 0F THE BAniOALa.
One proposal is to get np a bogua "Nationa
Union Convention" composed of Northern Radi
cals and Southern renogadoe, or of ?Northern ad
venturers who happen now to be in the Southern
States, as agents of tho Freodmcn's Burean, Ao.
Thin is a vory weak invention; but of all the plans
that havo been propound, thoro is nono that in
more sonsiblo, or that promises more success.
Anothor dovico which thoy havo in viow, is to
causo Dem?crata to keep aloof from the National
Convention at Philadelphia, and to view it with ilia
trust, by reprosontiug it as au abandonment and
a breaking up of the Donioeratic parly, and us a
movoment for tho formation of a new party. This
shallow dovico will docoive vory fow Democrats.
But it should bo distinctly understood that tho
organization of tho Doniocratic party will remain
unbroken now, and as long as the Government
omitiros. Tho Doniocratic party will take part in
this Coiivontiou, in order that measures may be
devised whereby tho President's policy of restora
tion may bo immediately carried out. Three
fourths ?f tho members of tho Convention will bo
Democrats, Democrats will control the actiou of
the Convention, and its Rotion will bo bused upon
1'OSITION OP THE ?HOC?I BELI.IOEDE?IT8 AT THE
LATEST DATES?llENEDEK's PLADS,
[From the Moniteur du Avis.}
Tho accounts from Germauy do not confirm the
reported junction of the Hanoverians with the
Bavarians, which announcement was doublions
premature. In the absence of precise informa
tion it must bo presumed that tho body of troops
rotiring from Gottigen is still iu the vicinity of
Eisenach, while tho troops of Electoral Hesso ro
main at Balda. The army of Prince Froderick
Charles of Prussia, which has completed tho occu
pation of the kingdom of Saxony, is continuing
its concentrating movements to tho eastward, to
ward Lusatia and G?rlitz, in such a manner
aw to support tho army of Silesia, commanded
by tho Prince Royal. The Prussians, consequent
ly, havo retired from the advanced positions
which thoy had at Qret taken up to tho south
toward Bittau. The Austriauu are following them,
step by step, and appear to have gained tho ad
vantage in some oncountors which they have pro
voked. Tho united forces of tho two Prussian
armios, forming a considorablo aggregato, must
hold itself in readiness to meet at once upon any
point of the frontier the expected irruption of
Benodek, wliOBe army, it is said, comprises nearly
300,000 mon. It is vory probable that General
Boocdek, of whose plans nothing has transpired,
may choose to wait before attempting a groat
movement eastward until the Bavarian and others
(tho Soreuth and Eighth corps of the Federal
army), now forming on the lino of tho Main to
the west, may be in a position to act simultaneous
ly with him. Tho formation of corps composed,
as is that of Priuce Alexander of Hesse, of sol
diers belonging to various countries, aud naturally
unaccustomed to great strategical movements,
cannot fail to cause some delay.
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ALL SORTS UP PARAGRAPHS.
A mistaken notion of "duty"?Vhe new tariff.
London is getting hard up for soft water.
Liberal successes in Mexico are liberally re
J. 0. Breckinridgo is living at Niagara, Canada
A house for working girls is to be built in Chi
The London ladiea are getting up little clubs of
The cotton worm is after the plant in Western
A child of three years died in Halifax from the
effects of rum drinking, taught it by its mother.
Tho ladies of St. Louis are to hold a great
Southern Belief Fair in September.
The annual expenses of the city of Paris amount
to over $40,000,000.
A child in Brooklyn fatally shot its grandmother
while playing with a revolver.
Prince Alfred has been lunching with the Lon
A horse thief just arrested in Indiana proves to
be a worn au.
Dr. Mary Walker prodiots female suffrage and
oiftce holding within ten years.
An acre and throe-quarters of laud in Pennsyl
vania yielded $C00 worth of strawberries this sea
Four scoundrels recently tarred and feathered
a woman iu Bliuois.
Twenty war correspondents have left London
for the Continent.
A Cincinnati girl put her father, a widower, in
an insane asylum for wishing to marry again.
A Nashville ordinance directs tho arrest of all
males over IG found in the streets with frail wo
Thoro is no cholera apparently in New York;
but heat makes every one choleric?[Ex.
Washington totters say there is a rare bit of
scandal afloat in that city, but give no particulars.
Now York imported a million and a half of dry
goods last week.
An improved Shakspearian Beading for July .
"Oh that this too, too solid flesh wouloVnt moitl"
A woman in Iowa obtained a divorce on account
of her husband's intimacy with a gay young
widow, and the wretch married the widow the
Two sisters lately met in Baltimore after 48
years' separation. They talked 36 hours, and
were still doiag so at last accounts.
A Texas judge fined a party 150 for trying to
feed a. juror who was holding out in a case in
which said party was interested.
A rencontre recently took placo in Charleston,
Miss., between R. E. Lee and Capt. J. X. Smith,
which resulted fatally to both parties. Cause of
quarrel?unimportant gossip of school girls.
Paterfamilias made his daughter very angry by
suggesting that they "move into the back attic
and shut off the water and gas instead of going
to Saratoga?that it would be quite bb well."
The oldest Jewish cantor in America, Bev. Ben.
Kantrowitz, died lately in Columbus, Ind., aged
niuoty-three. He saug boforo the Kings of Prus
sia, Holland, and other countries by express invi
tation, and, as an accomplished master, acquired
a world-wide reputation.
A Vienna lettor mentions that Prince Lichton
Btein, commandant of the Austrian cavalry, has
suddenly become insane, and that the calamity is
attributed to vexation at Marshal Benedek being
appointed commandor-in-chief instead of himself.
Tho Now York Independent says "ono great
days' work, well done, will eave the country, and
blow the President forevor out of the way, like
fine dust." The Independent has generally de
pended upon wind for effect.
Tho New York Tribune concludes that the man
tle of independence and liberality bequeathed to
Antioeh College by Horace Mann, has been worn
out, and a oloak of time-serving substituted, be
cause Mrs. Dodd a was not allowed to read a thesis
on the platform in bloomer dress.
A Boonville (Indiana) paper sayB: "A couple
from the rural districts came to town the other
day for the purpose of being made one. The
groom drove up to the court house square, tied
his horses, helped his lady out of the wagon, and
told her to Bit on the steps while ho wont after
tho 'permit.' He got the 'permit' and secured
the services of a magistrate, after which the ob
joct of hie affoctions wae callod in and tho twain
made one. After the ceremony was ovor, and
tho nocessary Inoro placed in the hands of the
magistrate, the brido and groom woat back to
their team, which they fed, and then seated them
selves under a tree. In a fow moments the bride
drew from her spacious pocket a handkerohiei
1 containing their dinner, and thus did thoy eat the
first 'square meal' of their wedded life."
' A Walk of Eiohtt two Thousand Milis.?A
r wonderful old man, named Thomas Bartrom
J eighty-two yoarB of age (singular coinoidence) ro
1 siding in the village of Harome, in the North o]
[ England, has, for twenty-four years, been a wood
man on Lord Feversham'e estate, and, during th<
' whole of that period, has walked to and from hit
> work, an average of ten miles per day. in additior
' to his full work as woodman. Ho still wields tin
r axe and continuos bis doable march tnight anc
" morning), and is somewhat proud of his noarin?.
the distance ?>f three times round the earth, fit
is hale and /rong, bat not of any great muuoulai
1 power. e
aw AWAY WITH 8PEOTAOLE8.-OLD EYES
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt ol ten cents. Address
_. B. FOOTE, M. V., No. 1180 Broadway, Now Yoik.
November 9_ '
~~AW DUrCHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER
Mukoa quick work with flies, and if cotunicucod oarly,
keeps tho houBO clear all tho rtummor.
Look oat for imitations. Oet Dutciieb's only.
June 2fi _ imo
AW ARTIFICIAL EYES.?ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES mado to order snd ineorled by Drs. F.
HAUCH aud P. GOOGELMANN (formorly employed by
Roibsonseau, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, Now York.
AW MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
an EsBay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrsto tho vital
powers, with B?ro means of relief. Bent free of charge
In Bcaled letter onvelopen. Address, Dr. J. BKILLIN
HOUQHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
jaw COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.?THIS OELE
BBATED Toilet Soap, in such universal demand,
s msdo from the choicest mstorials, is mild and
aiuoillcntlu Ito nature, Crn-granOy scented, and
oxtromoiy benenctial in its action upon the Bkln. For
ssle by aU Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
February 7 lyr
AW ITCH 1 ITCH ! ITCH I S O R A T O H I
BORATOHI SORATOH1 WHEATON'B OILTMENT
will euro tho Itch in 48 hours. Also euros Salt Rheum,
Ulcerfl, Chilblains, and all Eruption? of tho Shin. Frico
60 conta. For solo by all druggists. By sending CO
cents to WEEKS k POTTER, Solo Agente, 170 Washing
ton street Boston, it will bo forwarded by mail, free of
poBtago, to sny part of tho United States.
Juno 4 GmoB
IGrSEA ISLAND SHIRTS-A FIRST CLAS8
YOKE 8BIRT, for gontlemen for f 3 each. Will fit any
well formed man perfectly. Modeln tho best manner from
tho excellent cottons of tho Arewbioht Mills and lin
ens of _______ & 8o*M, Belfast, Ireland. Thoso bu
porb shirts will be sent to any point in tho South whoro
rhero is an Express Office for $38 por dozon?the pay
collected on delivery.
All Linen SHIRTS, $3 76.
3 aud 4 ply Linen Collars, $2 prr dozen.
India ?ouzo Uiidcrclo'hing, at $1 26 each.
And a general assortment of Oontlumen's Goods at
similar prices. Address orders to
P. F. SMITH & FOWLER,
June 36 wfmlmo S Park Bow, Now York.
tar b?tohelor'S haib dyei?the original
and best In the world I The only true aud perfect HAIB
DYE. Harmless, Reliable snd Instantaneous. Produoes
immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out Injuring the hair or skin. Remedies the ill effeots o
bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine Is signed
WILLIAM A. BATOHELOB. Also,
BE GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLKUR8,
For restoring* and Beautifying the Hair.
OU ARLES BATOHELOB, New York.
AugUBt 17 lyr
?-SPECIAL NOTICE.-*'GREATOAKB FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to tht*
man rao? spring from causes so small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of oSeiitiflo lore that fill
the tables aud shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while yon may. The smaUcst
pimple on the akin Is a tell-tale and indicator of disease;
It may fade aud die away from the surface of tho body,
but it will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
be the result and final close. MAGGEEL'S BILIOUS
DYBPEPTIO, and DIARRHEA PILLS eure where all
others fall. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Outs,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGIFL'8 Salve Is in*
fallible. Sold by 3. MAGGIKL, Ho. 43 Fulton-street,
Kow York, and aU Druggists, at 36 cents per box.
September 36 lyr
"A smile was on her lip?health was In her look
strength wss in her stop, and in her bands?Planta
tion 15 m-Eiis."
S. T. --1860--X.
A few bottles of Plantation Bitteiu
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 tho Ejcb.
" Mental Despondency.
" Prostration; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac.
Which are the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEP8IA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths otall adult ailments
prooeed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing into the stomach pol*
son the entlro system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able to present the most
remarkable oure for theso horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the
Plantation Bittebs, aud not an instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It la a most effectual toiilo and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of life.
The reports that It relioa upon mineral substances for
Its active properties, are wholly false. For the satis
faction of the public-, and that patients may consult
their physician?, we append a list of Its components.
Calisaya Labe.?Celebrated for over two hundred
years in the treatment of Fever snd Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc. It was lntrsduced into Europe by the
Oouutess, wife of the Viceroy ot Peru, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by the Jesu?ta for the enormout price oj
itt own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Pow
dert, and was finally made public by Louis XVI, King
of Franco. Humboldt makes especial reference to its
febrifuge qualities during his South American travels.
Casoab?x_ Baok?For diarrheas, eolio and disoaeoB
ot tho stomach and bowels.
Dandelion?For inflammation of the loins and drop
Ciiamomile Flowers?For oDfeobletl digestion.
La vendee Fi*ow-_b?Aromatic, stimulant and tonic?
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
WnrrxaQ-X-N?For scrofula, iheumatism, etc.
Atusa?An aromatic carminative; creatlug flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake
Another wonderful ingredient, of great use among
the Spanish ladles of Mouth America, Imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, is yet un
known to the com m creo of the world, and we withhold
its name for tho present.
Boohsst-B, N. Y . December 28, 1601.
Mossrs. P. II. D&ajuz k Co.?I havo been a great suf
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or fonr years, and bad to
abandon my profession. About three months ago I
tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
now nearly a well man. I have recommended them In
several cases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I am, retpectfuUy yours,
Bev. 3, S. OATHORN.
Philadelphia, 10th Month, 17th Day, 1863.
Behpeoted Kriemd:?My daughter has been much
benefltted by the use ot thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt send me two battles moro.
Thy friend, ) ASA CUBRIN.
SnXEKAM HODBE. CillOAOO, Hi., 1
February 11, 1868. f
Messes. P. H. DaASE fit Co. .*? Pifase send us another
twelve oases of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetizer, thoy appear to have superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, ?C, GAGE k WATTE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, which has net heretofore been
The publia may rest assured that in no case will the
perfectly pure standard of the Plantation Brrx-ns be
departed from. Every bottle bears the facsimile of our
signature en a steel plate engraving, or it cannot be gen
Any person pretending to tell Plabtaeion Brrrras in
bulk or by the gallon, is a swindler and imposler. Bettor*
of refilXed bottle*. See that our Private Stamp is Urmv
tilateo over every cork.
Sold by aU Druggists, Gnoersond Dealers throughout
P. H. DRAKE & CO,, New York.
i April 20 fmwlyt
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 KING STREET,
Several cheap lots of DRY GOODS, together with a full STOCK
on hand. Many of the styles we have marked down
to very LOW PRICES, as per advertisement.
WE "WOULD BESrECTFTJLLY INFORM OUB FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
that wo havo largely increased our Sloro and STOCK OF GOODS, to moot the groat demand for
GOODS in our LINE. Onr taking in tho adjoining Storo enables us to keep a much largor assortment
in each department. Tho groator part of onr stock was bought wlion tho Northern markets were at
tho lowest prices. Wo aro thereby enabled to sell our goods as low, if not LOWER, than any Dry
Goods House in the city, notwithstanding the urotjont advnnco in tho Northern market fur almost
every article in our line. Wo havo some few leading articles at very low prices in oach dop>irfc*_out,
and wo will guarantee to sell all other styles at tho lowest market prices. Wo havo ONE PRICE, ad
ovory articlo is marked iu PLAIN FIGURES
Liberal deductions are made on all goods bought by tho piece, for cash.
N. B.?Ladies purchasing Dry Goods for their Country friends will find it to their advantago to give
us a call. Wo take special pains in packing, aud wo havo inado arrangements with tho Express Com
panies to carry all packages at tho very lowest rates. No charges for paokiug and shipping.
Our COUNTRY FBD2ND8, entrusting thoir orders to us, will find thorn as well carod for as if they
wero selecting for thomselves.
Each department will be found full, the ut) les well selected, and iu every variety.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN PART OF:
3-4 LONGCLOTHS at 15 ceuts
3-4 to 1-8 Longcloths at 17, 18 to 20 cents
?uperior 7-8 Shirtiug Longcloths at 23 oenta by tho pioco
Tho beat brands iu 7-8 and 4-4 Americau Longclothe
SUPERIOR ENGLI8H LONGOLOTH8 IN ALL QUALITIES.
Extra English Shirting at 35 and 37 cents
The above goods aro uot to bo found any whoro else. Wo consider them cheapor than America??.
LontzclotliB at same prices.
FINE UNBLEACHED LONGLOTHS AND SEA ISLAND BROWN SHIRTINGS.
Extra Heavy Brown Shirtings, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4 wide
Extra Heavy Cotton SheotingB in 0-4, 10-4, 11-4, and 12-4 wido
Tillow Case Longcloths at all pricos.
IRISH LENENS in all of the best makes, put up iu half pie:eB for family uso, which wo will boU'
at Wholesale prices.
Also, a good assortment of prices for tho Rotail Department. Pillow Linons iu all widths, Linen
Sheetings in all widths.
A cheap lot of Bleached Table Damask (all Linen), which we ofler at $1.25 por yard
Damask Cloths, Damask Napkins, DamaBk Doylies Damask Tray Cloths,
Colored Table DamaBk and Colored Damask Doylies.
More of those extra quality 11-4 MAB8EILLE3 QUILTS at $7 to $10; best quality Mosquito Bobi
not in 90,100, and 108 inches wido, which we will sell low by tho piece. Best quality Pavilion Gatize
Ono ease Linen Crash at 12J cents; Bnssia Diapers in all widths and qualitios.
One oase of cheap Linen Huokaback Towelling at 25 cents per yard. Dowlas and Scotch Diaper
Towelling in all qualities.
DOMESTIC GOODS DEPARTMENT
WILL BE FOUND FULL AND WfclLL AS. ORTED TO MEET THE WANTS OF C0N8UMERS.
18 WELL ASSORTED IN 8TYLE8 AND COLORS, FROM THE BEST MAKES. WE ARE OF
FERING Good Style Dress Prints at 20 cents, warranted fast colors,
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
LEN08 AND MOZAMBIQUES FROM 25 TO 37* CENTS. .EMBROIDERED ENGLISH BARE
GES at 35 cents, in good styles.
A few pieces Embroidorod Pineapple Grenadines, at 25 cents, a littlo damaged. Together with
other styles at as low prices aa are to be found in the city.
We are offering a cheap lot of Colored Muslins at 25 cents, a few pieces at 22 cents, a good assort
ment at 85, 37$, 40, 45 to 50 cents.
A cheap lot of French Chintz Muslina marked down to 50 cents, worth 80 cents first part of the
season. A few colored Muslin Robe Dresses.
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
CHEAP BLACK BAREGES AND CBAPE MABETZ. Black Tamartinoe. Black Shally Cloths, very
desirable goods. Lupin's best Black Shally, in all qualities. Lupin's Bombas?nes, Blank Alpacas.
8-4 White Barege for Shawls. 8-4 Black Barege for Shawls. Black English Grouadines. Black Mus
lins. Plain Black Lawns. Black Dress Silks. Oil Silk.
BLACK _.3STD 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 OAMBBI0 AT ALL PRICES;,
very good quality at 35 oonts. Jaconet Oambrio in all qualities. Soft finish Jaconots. Nainsook
Muslins and WuU Mubline, vory good, at 37J cents. Cheap lot of Dotted Swiss at 35 oents. All other
qualities in Dotted, Embroidered, Striped and Plaid Swisses, Frilled and Tookod Spenoer Mufllinfl.
Plaid Cambrics in every variety, some as low as 25 cents.
A LARGrE LOT MARKED DOWN TO FIFTY OENTS.
8-4 FRENCH MUSLIN for shawls. A full stock of finest quality Swiss Muslins for Evening DresBes.
Colored and White Organdie Muslin. Together with ovory other article in tho White Goods line.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSOBTMENT OF EMBROIDEBED EDGINGS AND IN
SERTINGS, both in Cambrio and Swiss, to bo found in the city; Together with Real Laces, Imita
tion Laces, Collars and Cuffs, Linen Sets, Embroidered Sets, Laco Sots, Laco Collars, Embroidorod
Collars, Frillings and Rufllings.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND F?LL LINES OF LI8LE GLOVES FOR MISSES, LADIES, AND GENTS.
Fall lino of Silk Gloves for Children, Ladies, and Gentlemen. Full line of Laco Mitts for Ladies and'.
MisBes, 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 bo found in this market.
Very good Real English Hose at 60 conts per pair, oheap. Best makos in Gents' Brown and Bleached
Half Hobs, Full lines of Misses' Hose, Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, Ladies' Open-worked Hose, Extra
size Cotton Hose, Extra s_ e Black Raw Silk Hese, Ladies' Gauze Undor vont a.
SHAWL AND MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
BLACK LACE POINTS. BLACK LACE SHAWLS. BLACK BILK BASQUES AND SACKS.
White and Colored Barege Shawls.
BLACK FRENCH OLOTHB. BLACK FRENCH DRAB D'ETE OF SUPERIOR QUALITIES. 6-4
Stool-mixed and Gold-mixed CaBRimoroH Jor Gents' suits. Fancy Casaimeres, Linen Drills, White and
Brown Linen Duck?, Coatings, Piquea a/d Marseilles CottonadeB in all styles, Tweods and Joans of all
BTILL ON HAND A GOOD 8TO0K _F FLANNELS, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT REASONABLE
price?. Gent's Gauze Undorveste.
TRIMMING AND SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT.
LADIES WILL FIND ALL OF THE MOST ?8EFUL ARTICLES IN THIS STOCK, SUCH A8 PW8,
Needles, Battons, Tapes, Braids, Ac, ?to. We keep always on hand Coates' boat Spool Cotton (in all
numbers). Together with hundroda of other small nrticloa too numerous to montion.
FRENCH OOBSBTS IIST AX?I* GJTTA.L.ITIB8.
WOVEN FRENCH CORSETS, EMBROIDERED.
BELT RIBBONS IN COLORED AND BLACK.
KIBBONS IN ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS.
Together with every other variety to he found in our line. __,_
03- N. B.?OUB nOUai A*.i UON^f-ANTMi I'SPLENWHED B? EVER? STEAMER. CALL AND EX
AM?IE OUB STOCK BEFORE PUR0I1A8INU EI_*,W1IEUK.
STCO-t,. WEBB & CO.,
(AT BANCROFT'S OLD STAND), No. 287 KINO STBEET.
Jane 19 wf_l_o