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TBE DA1LV EVEN! KG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, -18G6.
TLE DEW YOEK PRESS. J1 j 111 1.1 L JOHN A 18 CJ'IMCKS OF Ih.AVINO VI OH LTIhRKM :orv COVrillD TH'T DAT FOR ITIMfe TM.Vor.Ari. The European Crisis-Proposed Congress. 'vm the Timet. ) There Is so manlfo.Ht a plausibility about nego tiation as a tncans oi reconciling antagonisms, and removing diflicu'tieH, that first Impressions arc almost always in its favor. Whtit more comnicudable than an effort to avert war ? Ami what more like ly to avert war than. a confer ence of powers involved in trouble, with powers having a common-interest In the pre servation of peace ? To obect It may seem is to conies oneself wronu, cither In the cane of quarrel, or jn relation to terms proposed for its adjustment. Hence, now-a-days, trouble among nations, tending to hostilities, is almost invariably accompanied with propositions to reier the points at issue to a con tress of great powers the lesser powers having no preten sions which the others are bound to respect, being therefore denied participation in delibera tions which may allect their own national ex ist enco. The present crisis in Europe is not to bo an exception to the rule. Prussia, Austria, and Italy nro on the verge of conflict; they have loiiienti'd the causes of irritation until any other arb.trament than that of the swor1 appears all but impossible; they have soverally asserted claims Irorn which they cannot easily recede, and have prepared ou a colossal scale for their eutorceiueut; and now, when the world waits anxiously tor the sound of the first blow, the mysterious man of destiny steps iorwai-d with a ccheme lor a European Congress, to which the -whole complication shall be rclerred. Rumor adds that England and Russia are not indis posed to accept the suggestion, and to assist in its application. But cuibonof What good results from Con presses in general, and what good may be ex pected (o result from this Congress in particular? There was a conference m London when Prussia and Austria were conspiring to despoil Den mark t the Duchies, which now again come up as a ground of difference; but it ended in no thing. England's negotiations only deceived Denmark, and the allied armies completed the work as tnnuuh no palaver had been held. It will bo the sumo with the Congress proposed by Louis Napoleon, unless the idea of Russia be accepted, and the majority of the powers repre sented under ake to enforce their decision, what ever il be. For Prussia, Austria, and Italy have all gone too far to recede without loss oi prestige, and the probability of home dissatisfaction, un less some plan be hit upon by which each may gain xomeihina to satiety its pride. And In a game of partition Bomcbody must be dissalistied. Austria and Prussia cannot agree concerning the Duchies, or these preparations for conflict bad not been heard of. Italy is intent upon securing Venetia, or this masdiug of volunteers, under the leadership of Unribaldi, would be lolly too stupendous ior a country already almost bankrupt; and Austria will not give up Veuetiii save ou receipt of a solid consideration lu some other quarter. What, then, is the probability of a satisfactory settlement, as the consequence of the deliberations of a Congress in Paris 1 Assigu the Duchies to Prussia, and what shall be the equivalent accorded to Austria? Let Austria retain Venetia, and how shall the lonzing for Italian unity bo satisfied ? Or say that the Vene tians 6hn)l shake oil' their unwilling allegiance to the House ol Hansburg, and loin "their icrtunes to those of Italy, and in what man ner may Austria be . compensated, except by the appropriation of territory not now in dispute? Look ut the problem in any conceivable light, and what chance is there of its amicable solution? N ay, what likelihood is there that the three powers now preparing ior war will in pood faith be parlies to a conference whose dec'.siou cannot possibly be agreeable to all of them? Or, if by a stretch of the diplo matic conscience, all three be satisfied, must it not be by aggrandizing Austria at the expense of Turkey, in which case Russia will not be delighted, or by an arbitrary appropriation elsewhere ? And what would such a settlement amount to, beyond a transfer of the causes of difference, and perhaps a change in the relativo posit ons of the powers now involved ? Such a result would merely be a piece of diplomatic legerdemain; it migtt gain time it might affect the appearance of the continental chesn-board but the ultimate issue would still be war. It is not easy to reconcile the suggestion emanating ironi the Tuileries with the course thus iar pursued by its author. It his aim realty is to prevent war, the wonder is that he has de layed his olfort until war has come to be con sidered inevitable. The grounds ot quarrel were as well understood three months ago as they are at this moment, and the reasons ior the holding of a Congress were every whit as cogent. Why was the proposition withheld till now? A word would then have restrained Italy, but that word was not spoken. And an over ture lor peace as between Prussia and Aus tria would have stood a better cham.-e of being listened to than it can now. with both powers committed, and prepared for war. The suspicion arises, then, that the proposed Congress is but a pretext tor bringing the great powers ot Europe together, and that, once assembled, the policy dimly shadowed forth at Auxerre will be morn lully'promnlgated. A revi sion of territorial bouudaiies for tun ao-iommo- dat'on of Prussia, Austria, and Italy would be a colorable excuse for revising the man of Eu rope in the interest of France. The reason would be as evident in one case as iu the other ;tlie equity woira De me same: vvmie, under tne sumniance of serving the Germnn powers and pacifying jtuiy, me great coieci upon wn'cn tue nrart ot Nnuoleou is tixed the overthrow of treaties wh ch humiliate France and weaken hi dynasty wouia oe suosiauiiaiiy aavanceu. latest from the Border Failure of the Fenians. from the Herald. The Fcniaujtoray into Canada has culminated and collapsed. The Fenians have tailed. Tne Port Erie movement, though evlleutly intended as a diversion, embraced, as it now appears, the largest body oi the Feuiaus in the Held. The movement itself and the combinations projected in Us support were all dependent upon the chap ter of risks and lucky accideutj. Nothing was certMu. John " O'Neill, with a lew hundred men, inaugurated the invasion, without art:f iery; cavalry, or provisions, depending upon tne ohanoes ol supplies and reinforcement from this side: while his supporters on this side were dependent upon the chances ot running the gauntlet of the Government Irontior triiards. The remans, Catherine along the Si. Lawrence, depended upon O'Neill, who depended iiDjn fcweeney, aud soon; but through the vigilanoe vi ourreueiui uiuuiuih iney Qave all lailed to gether. Reinforcements failed to come un be cause they could not be equipped, because they could not get over the river, because they could sot concentrate at any point. bccaus nil their arms and supplies were seized, and all tbroimh the active and zealous neutrality measures of President Johnson's administration. Sir Fmitn. rick Bruce ought to be satisfied, and nobody else at wasninpion ntf any npni to complain. The Montreal Ileraid, iu a high state of Datrl otic Indignation, pronounces this Fenian denceut upon Canada "as more wicteu ana inexcusable, perhaps, than any that was ever committed sine civilization Las controlled the taste tor marauding warfare:" and cannot comprehend 4,UDon what grounds the most perverted mind can lustily an assault (a Fenian assault) upon the people of Canada, involving, as it must do, the murder and pillage of men who have never seen Ireland nor had any share in her wrongs. Teal or supposed." The ground ot this move me ut, however, is simple enough. General Saeener. having reen something of the Brand strategical combinations of General Grant, such as the making of Vicksburg aid Chat- -f . , . isnooga oaces or oprranons against mm n ond, hit upon Canada as a (rood Fenian base tor operations acainBt the Saxon in Limerick iind LoiiQonderrv a base which will give blm all the materials and supplies required lor a ct ndiy grapple with England on the hiih sous end in old Ireland itself. Marshal Pelissier, the i.ccessiul French commander at Bcbastoool, Ei ld: "II we can't eet In at the front door we n, est trv the back window; it is our businssto eet In." This is war, and Sweeney means war lor Ireland unon this principle. Moreover, If hcrsuget a loothold In Canada, he has some three hundred thousand or more, able bodied Irishmen within convenient distances from wtiioh to draw his reinforcements. Ho wants ships to get these men over to Ireland and to get the Briton ont, and Canada can furnish them. The innocence of in Canadians has nothinir to do with the matter. War does not stop at such nice distinction. Hut, starting ironi a country tne uovernraent ol w hich is bound to arrest them in tho overt act ol a hostile movement aaainst a friendly power, and invadine a country armed to expel them, and drawing their men and money almost holly llrom our bard-working Irv-b ditT laborers and domestics, this Canadian undertaking of the Fenians was surely moved bv some other idea than that ol taking Canada right away with bundiui ot intantrr and a solitary "mounted 'ci.ian." This other idea is doubtless that which dictated Beauregard's bombardment ot Fort Sumter. His purpose was to tire the Southern heart, aud to draw the line in blood between the supporters of his Confederacy and the defenders ot the Union. Sweeney, adopting the same terrible expedient, contemplates ths firing ol the Irifeh heart, here, there, everywhere. in a renewal of the oath of llanuibal. How far this eilect will be produced by this Canadian raid it rema ns to be seen; but to a considerable ient such an enect is already apparent. Universally, we mav sat'elv conclude. Irish b aired of British oppression will be Intensified. It is not improbable in this view that the first reports of this Canadian foray may light the combustibles of Ireland into some insurrec tionary outbreaks, or at least wake up such an aeitation as will raise some new and startling issues of reform to the aristocracy in the British arhament. The unshot In anv event will doubtless be a new exodus from Irelund to the United States, ith an eve upon Canada as General Sweeney's base of operations. Meantime the Canadians are thrown into that state of excitement which which will be likely to serve the purposes of the confederal ion party. Tlim, between England and the Fenians, there may be yet during the present generation a war in Canada for the viceroy alt y under a prince ut the House of Hn- over, or lor Canadian innependonce under the green banner ol Brian Boroibme. The Lion in the Way. I'rom the Tribune. The Old Dcminicn, Norfolk, Vireiuia, thus responds to our old suggestion that the Southern bites should place themselves on a footing of mutual confidence aud goodwill with the blacks, and thu render the interference of third parties not merely needless but futile: "To tbe question why the Soatheru people won't step in between the 'Northern wnite missionaries' and the b acks, we rive this answer: You have put j our missionaries in the position which rigbnuily beloiifrs to our peop e. You support them from the f iei dnieii s Bureau.' . xou u.nola (fie 'Bureau' with bayonets, and alter teaching the Macks lor two years t but tbe fsou horn whites are their eremlos, yon tell ui that we 'should educate them.' that we 'can by simple taitb and itoouwi.l,' take the blacks eut ot tbe bands of your missionaries.' Now this is all very rood talk.it addressed to the neoole of Japan; but it is poor, logic to throw in tbe lace of the people ot the South. The fact is, we not only cow a, tut teouia ao an inene minus, 11 you would let Tou stand between us with a political machine. called the 'JTreeamcn's Bureau,' at an expense of 912.000,000 per annum and hare surrounded this r achine with a guard of hoid era to keep us away nom me u acKs. an 1 tnom awayirom us, and now have tbe impudotice to taunt us with the above argu mentative a'sertiong. , . 'We tell vou. Mr. Greeley, that there can be no simiile laitb and goodwill.' no 'confidence' between tbe whiles aud blacks, until they are allowed to come together, with no power intervening; bnt their own wants and necessities. liV'nn If 1 1 urn n i Krtltnat htiminltaflan Anil tfF your pofitica: dogs ot war. and show your sympathy ior the necro by letting him come up by his own excition, and tbe ready help ot our people, until there is none to dispute their ability, as well as rig at, to the baliot. This is all w ask. We cla m that time alone can settle this much mooted question as it should be Deacefullv, and beneficially, alike to the blacks, as well as 'whites.' " Remarks Ity Ike " Tribune.'' A report has lust been made by the Secretary of State to Congress, in response to an inquiry, giving an account of the constitutional provi sions and laws enacted by the Southern whites lor tbe oppression and degradation ot the blacks within the last year, we gave a synopsis or that report on llav 31. Now it is possible that laws as unjust, inhuman, degrading, brutalizing, have at some time been enacted in Dahomey or Tartary; but we are very sure that no Cbribtiau people outside ot our union ever enacted any thing half so infernal. Will you contend that these were either prompted or rendered neces sary by the t'reedmen't Bureau? 'that liureau is to-oay preserving irom starva tion tins of thousand of Southern whites, espe- o.ally in Alabama. We are confident that many mors whites than blacks are now subsisted by it. Yet we admit that it is an anomaly which t hou Id be abolished at the earliest moment con sistent with the dictates of) 11 at ice and humanity. We propose, tneieiore, a dhsis 01 agreement with the Old Ltmiition. If that journal will induce the Sooth 10 make her laws as just an I equal as between whites and blacks as are those of Great Britaia, France, Prussia, Itaiv, and Mexico, or any other Christian country wherein all men are irte, we will urge that the Freed men's Bureau shall thereupon be nbolished, utterly and forever. Is not this fair? We want the country settled and at pears forthwith. We want an adjustment that will Incluae all, frovide for all, and secure the rights ot all. A setilemnt which excludes and ignores cither the wnites or blacks ol the South will neither suliice nor endure. And all we ask ol the Southern whites is, that they shall treat the black as humanely, justly, trustlully, as they are treated by the most enlightened nations ol Europe. Why should they not? If ou think the Freodmen's Bureau, or "Northern white missionaries," or any others, a burner between you and the blacks, you are mistaken. The only barrier thtt separates you is one formed of. unjust, oppressive laws, which oxx whites alone made, and which you are at perfect liberty to repeal. Take that away, and you will find all the others of no possible account. Railroad Convention. t'rtm the Ztaity Ntwt. The disorganization in the Southern railroads produced by the war has been recently remedied iu a measure through the action of a Convention of officers of the principal railroads of, that sec tion, together with a representative from one of the roost important railroad lines of the Rorth the Baltimore and Ohio. This Conven tion, which has recently adjourned from its session in Washington, arranged a through schedule between Washington and Grand Junc tion, 10 take effect on the 15th of this month. By this arrangement the trip between these points will be made westward in nity-eigbt hours, and eastward in fiit.y seven hours. A saving of time between New York and New Or leans is insured by this combination ot railroad lines, tbe trip between tne two cities being made in ninety-two hours. The Convention asrreed to make no change i ihe affairs lor" the present the rates being now the same as via other lines to com peting points but hold that it is the right of this lme to reduce the fare to Grand Junction to meet any arbitrary rate fixed by other lines. The Convention also appointed a committee to wait on the PoBtmaster-General, and arrange to carry through mails by the Virginia and Tennessee route to Grand Junctiou, New Orleans, and all Southwestern cttiee. Another committee was appointed to attend at the General (abroad Convention, to hi held at Philadelphia on the 4th of July next This c mm It tee is empowerrtl to bring before the Convention & plan for tbe abrogation ol free pntse and the system of commissions aud em plowing soliciting agents an evil which, in the ofilnli n of the Convention, should speedily be abated, and which can only be corrected on all railroads by a concert of action on the part of the rallioads themselves. The practice of passengers carrying excessive amounts of baggage was discussed, and it was rgreed to charge, for all amount exceeding one hundred pounds to each passenger, double urbt class Ireipht rates for the excess. The establishment of a last freight line from New Yoik to Memphis, Tenn., was also agreed upon. . ; . The Fenlnns. Frcm the World. ' Notwithstanding the retreat from Ridgeway, the Fcplan furor still rages. Swarms of armed men, from all quarters, arc hurrying to the frontier; mass meetings are being held in all the large cities; money contributions are abundant, and minors are rife of battles about to take place on the other side of the St. Lawrence. While the American public are inclined to be lieve that the retreat of O'Neill Is a practical end ol the matter, our Irish population do not seem to think so. Their hopes are excited, and they are persuaded that General Sweeney will com mence a movement in a day or two which will result in a series ol severe engagements, if not in the capture of Montical or some other largo city over the border. We give elsewhere oopion despatches anl letters irom our spetial correspondents, as well as full reports ol the meetings held in this city and elsewhere. We wish our renders to under stand that we do not vouch for the truth of all the reports and rumors we print. Coming from points hundreds of miles distant, the telegrams cannot he always consistent with each other; por con those who send thfm always be sure of their facts. The reader muft discriminate between the facts and the mere inferences and guesses. SPECIAL NOTICES. 1ST PARDEE SCIENTIFIC COURSE IN LAFAYETTE COLLEGE. In addition to fhe general Course of Intrnctlon in tins IiepurtiDfnt. ooslnned to ly a substantial bails of KbOKieotte utu Hcnoiariy culture, niuuen's can pursue tooac bra 11c liea tililcb are estcutlally praoileil and tccbnl' al. viz. : E.tilKKKMNO-Clvll. Topographical, and Mecha nical! MINING land METAI.LVKOY 1 AKCHirfC- 1 1 it , ana the application oi Cheuitatry to AUKICUi. H'KKaudthaAKTH. 'J 1'i'ic in alfco utlurded an opportunity tor special study of TI.ADt and OMMF.KC1C: 01 BiODKRN LAS- UTJACH- and l'HILOLOOY, and of the HISTORY and 1 hti t u 1 iujn s 01 our counrty. Kur Chcularo apply to l iexldcnt CATTF.LL, or to I'rol. K, B.TOUNOMAN, Clerk ol the Faculty. 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Aianutiiuturer's Agent. S 25 No. 21 X. HXTH Street. Philadelphia, Pa. 27 UNIVERSAL CLOT I IE S- WBINGKB. 27 The only M'rini'er with the Patent Cof-Wheel Regu lator. e wunant this Wrnter, and no other. (i. W. LOOSIIs. slanuiaciuror's Agent. 6 25 No. 'il t. hlXl H htnet, Phliade.pbia, Pa 27 THE CELEBRATED 27 ror sale at (1 W. LOOM IS'. A 25 No. 27 8. SIXTH Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 27 HEFUIGEIIATORS, , 27 SWEiPEUS, CLOTH ES-W KIN UEUS, ETC.. AT (J W I OOMI8-. 6 25(mwlm No. 27 S. SIXTH Street Philadelphia, Pa. JILLWAIU) & WINKKKfiNER. WH. NILI.WAKD, D B W1AKBUKKER. MACIILNEKY AD MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES, o. 118 MAEKET, Street, : PUILAUELI'UIA, I'A. , JOB TUX BALI OF Cotton and Woollen Machinery, Dca.'eri in Manufacturers' Supplies of every do- scription. : Oak Tanned Leather Beltini?, AND MACHINE 1 CARD CLOTHING Of best quality an j manufacture. ' 4 25 8m rp SAFE .FOR SALE. .... A SECOND-HAND , 1 . r 4 Parrel & Herrine Fire-Proof Safe j 1 ' rOR SALE. APPLY AT THIS OFFICE. PACKING BOXES Of ell kinds, aud for all nse.iuop'led at short notice. advantage formakiuK are the beat In the oliy, and meet livrif. ('ail tor a lint or prices belore you buy. at comer ol TWtLKTll and NObLU fllreeU. ' fruit dealer supplied. a Him ALU ERT D. COOKE. DRY GOODS. t. p A II I S. f LA COMPAGNIE LY0NN AISE, BO ULEYARD DES CAP UCINES, No. 35 A S7; RUE 8T. ARNAUD, No. 7 and RUE NEVTEDE9 CAPUOINES, No. 10. SILK STUFFS, MAMIES, YISITES, CLOAKS, ETC PRINTED MUSLINS, LACE, INDIA CACIIEMIRES, FRENCH SHAWLS, FANCY TISSUES. Ihe COMPAGNIE LYONNA1SK has the honor to Irform American Ladies that they will find at their Establishment Warerooms tor the immediate Cutting-out and Making-up Dretsee In the first stylo ot Fashion and mosl elegant ratterns. WEDDING" OUTFITS. Since Its fonndation the COMPAGNIE LTOX- WAIfcE has notccasod to occupy itself particularly in the selection ot article of taste and of superior quality, consequently tit s Company is unrivalled In Paris, and enjoys a universal reputation. 1 24 12t JTRENCH LINEN GOODS. Tbe subscribers have just received a choice assort ment of tho above rare and desirable Goods. Among w hich are French Linen Shoetinsrs, 11 4 and 12 4 wido. French I'iilow and Bolster Linen, 40 and 43 lnchoa. French Undressed Shlrt'ng Linen. French White Linen Doylios, long irinRes. French Unbleached Doylies, long fringes. 1 French Fringed Napkins. French lobster Kapkins, a new artio'e. French Colored Bordered Towols and N'apklns. Silesia and French lable Llnons, by the yard. SHEPPARD.VAN HARLINGEN&ARRISON. Importers of LINENS AND UOUSE rTUNlSlIING DRY GOODS, 4 20 fmw2mrp Xo. 1008 CHESNUT STREET, WATCHES, JEWELRY ETC rDLiXOXD DEALER & JEWELER,. W ATCHES, JElTELIlT A SILVER WAUE, .WATCH E3 and JEWELS! EEPAIRED. J ?02Chestnut 8t.,?Mft- Owinfr to the decline ot Gold, baa made a great d uctlcn in price of bin large and ve'l assorted stock Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc The public are respectfully Invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing e.se where. 2 2S SILVER AND PLATED GOODS OF THE Most Superior Workmanship, AT TUE NEW STORE, 704 ARCH STREET. No. The undersigned (late of fie famous Rogers Bros manufacturing Company) respectiully announce that thev have (turned a new and Deautllm store ior Lhn n. ot SILVrR and l'LATKl) WAUE, at Mo. 704 AUCH Htreet. Our long experience as manul'acturen will enable us to keep nothing but flrat-class Ooods. and tlio who may patronize our store will nnd our plated goous tat superior to any ever Imported, and our cus tomers may rely on tne goods being precisely what thy are repreevuieu iu ue. A m BOWMAN & LEONARD, g T U I) S FOR EYELET II O L E S. A LARUS AND BALE BT ELEOANT AS90RT.rENT, FOB LEWIS I.ADOMUS, 6461 No. HOS3 CUESNUT St 0. RUSSELL & CO. No. iltl North SIXTH St., 1J.T1TE ATTESTIOM TO TUblB FULL STOCK or FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND FANCY AND PLAIN SILVER WARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 0 25 RICH JEWELRY JO UN BEEN NAN, DEALEB IN DIAMONDS, FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY tC. UtC. Etc. 2( ISO. 18 8. EIGHTH 81 KKET, FlUlada. ROBERT SHOEMAKER & CO WHOLESALE DRl CCISTS, BIANUFACTCRERS, IMPORTERS, AND DEALKBS IN Taints, Varnishes, ana Oils, No. 201 NORTH FOURTH STREET I 16 3m X. E. CORNER OF RAPE PAPER'S WASHIM MAUIIVE j Jicnt Ui tho City. IT SAVES TIME, ' , BATES I.ABOB, 8AVK8 CLOTHES. ' EVEBT FAMILY SHOULD HAVifi ONE. For sale at the furniture Store ot A genta Wanted. J. IIAAS. ' J2 Ko.4i; ii.VRK.ir o'cbsu DRY GOODS. P 11 I C E & WOOD Northwest Corner of EIGHTH and FILBERT Streets, WUITE GOODS. WBITE GOODS. Poft finish Jaeonet, Cambrio, and Nainsook M us ual Hwiss Mnalius and Victoria Lmni. Whiui lilliants. Wlnte riqnos, 50. 69 75. 80. 60, and tl 00 per yard. riIU, K1IU OiriMV 01UBHDJ, II air Cord, fctrine, and l'laid Muslins. Marseilles QuilU, fiom 95 up to 913 50. LIN IN GOODS. LINEN GOODS. Rrtttt matpa nf Shlrtlnv T.lnona TM r ln.n. r. .. . - --- uwvwnvB. AvnviC, ... AT,, 81, 874, 40 t nd 50o. Uandsomo Damask Towfls. 01 st mates wiescnen ann unDieaoned. stuslins at ton lowest market prloes Haying bought a lar lot of muslins betore tbe advano, we are enabled to aetl them at the rery lowest prices. Black Silks. Black Silks, f 1 25. l-37. tll KO. tl Ki. up to 83-&0 a yard. I'lain a 1-wool Delaines; figured monairs; DiacK gronna sua- urcnadlnos, 6ZJ oouta; whito ground tirenadmes, 87V. Ilia ok and White l'laid Mohairs, 87 Jo. a yard. A lnrco awortmnrt Ot Hosier and flnna. Hnntt' Keck lies, Miirt Fronts, and Susoenders) Ladies' and Gents' Uauxe ilenno Vests, Linen and U.Ik Jans, Terr cheap. just opened, a now lot or cambrio Edgings, In RCitings, and Trimmings edio-worked Bauds, from 80 oonts op to 93 00 a Bard. A cheap lot of Dimity Bands. 11 ooo Mtlrts. best auaiity.madeto order. exDre.lr for our sales, and warranted tor six mouths. Just opened, irom auction, a rery cbeat lotot Embroidered Maudkurchicts. irom 880. up to 91. irincn ana .Dgiisn uur urubnes. 1IIICE WOOD. K. W. Corner EIGHTH and FILBERT Sta. N. B. 7-4 and 8-4 MoH)nito Bar Netting. S 4 JINEN TOWELS, FBOM TO 14 PER DOZEV. FOB BATH-BOOM, HOTEL, AND SEASIDE CimvKIV STODDAKT BBOTIIER, Nos. 450, m, and 464 N. SECOND Street, 6 4 3t Above Willow. AT II IN G SUIT MATERIALS AT LOW PRICES. (IRWEN STODDAKT A BROTHBRi JS'os. 450, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street, 6 4 3r Above Willow. gLANKETd AND COUNTEltPANES AT LOW PRICES. ( I'llWES STODDAKT &, UllOTIIKR, Nos. 450, 452, and 454 N. 8ECON O Streot, 6 4 3t Above WUIow. rp ABLE LINENS KOB HOTELS, AT LOW PRICES. Cl'BWEJI STODDAKT &, BROTHER, Nos. 450, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street, 43t Above WlUow. rpAMBOURED LACE CURTAINS, VESTIBULE LACK, FBOM AUCTION, VERT LOW. CVKWEN STODDART Sc. BROTHER, , Nos. 451, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street, 6 4 St Above Willow. g-4- FINE BUFP AND BLUK TARLETAN, - 22 CENTS. CXJRWEN STODDART &, BROTHER, Nos. 450 , 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street, 6 4 8t Above Willow. pLACK LACE ROTUNDS AND POINTS OF SUPERIOR GRADES, AT LOW PRICES. CVKAVKI? STODDART fe BROTHER, Nos. 450, 452 and 454 N. SECOND Street, 6 4 3t Above Willow. P I I E MISSES TIIORNHILL & BURNS,' No. 1208 CHESNUT Street, Have just received, WE K LEY CORSETS, BRADLEY'S DTjrLEX ELLIPTIC FRIRTi In all the latest aly.es. AL0, FRENCH IMPORTED DBRSSINO SACQUKS, AND MADK-CP UNDER GARMENTS FOR LADIES, And a fine assortment of PRINTED LIN FN LAWNS. FOR DRE88E8, AT 56 CENTS PER TARD. 5 23 wam24 JJREIFUSS AiiELSINGER No. 49 North EIGHTH Street, Have ;ust epened a ctmplete stock e SPUING GOODS, CONSISTING O I.ACE8, LM BROIDERIES, AND IAS.CY OOODS. X Q pieces plain ar.d str'ped Jaconets, the newest styles tUilmd tud Tucked Aluslius, w bleb us are ollering at low prlcea. 5(Mi dozen B ems: itched Handkerchiefs, at old prides 26, 37. 40, and Ml cen s A lull assortment of tbe newest design LACE COL LA 1U and COLLAR! Tl 8, from 3J cents up to $10. OI.OVEB-GLOVES. . A complete line 01 JOVVIN KID GLOVES, to which we invite atteuUtin, which we oiler at low figures GABRIELLE l-KlJiT8. UAKRIELLE SKIRTS. The newest, mott desirable, and stylish Mklrts now worn. KTKFf) SEIKTING, a cheap and desirable article for ladles wear 1 12 No. 11W4 ' HKHNOT HTRKET. E. M. NEEDLES, No. 1024 CJIKSNUT STREET, OKFliBS AT tow PBICES, 2000 PIECES WHITE GOODS. adncludlna a:l varieties Shirred, Puffed. Tucked, n Pla M. MtrlDed. Plain ami KUmriwI MnSf.I.M-1 tj suitable for White llodlrs ml Lrtuses , 100 pieces -PRINTED LINUi LAWNS, deslr- 0" au.e iivieH ior Aircssea. ; Cluny, Vaiencirane and other I,see s Insert o Inns, tdiilniis Hi.uiicIihs ai'd Hands, HuuUker A olilets, Veils, Collars. HJeeves, eto 'i lie above are ultereu ior ra.e c uttAr, and lu great VAKIE1Y SADIES WOUID DO WELL TO EXAMINE. nnn H O P K T N 8' nCiO ()20 HOOP-SKIRT OJK , Msnufactory,No.6a8ARCn Street. Aleve Mxth streot. PbiiadelDhla. . Y bulesale and Uetull. Our assortment in braces all Hie new and desirable fly lis and sizes. 01 tverv length aud sue wuist lor litiles, Wissen, and Chllden. 1 hose ot OlH OWi MAKE" aio I up rur In iti' and Uurabi'iiV t SLy other kkuts made and warraute to vivs eatls'aclion bkiris made to older, a.tercd, aud repaired. 2 4S , . . -" t s .ii ..I i a 1 11 1 aii A f,itiM 4.