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The Daily 3N~ews.
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 18G6.
|KOn THE CHARLESTON DAILY I1EWB.]
.V II 3?: LONKLY GRAVE.
HY m, c. A. HAM..
In a Bholtcrcd nook, by Potomac's shore,
Where tho oar b Is darkened with Southern gore,
SparkleB and bubbbs a little spring,
Which never ceases Its lay to sing,
O'or n lonely grave.
'Tis a Bpot that was m ide for penco and rest,
Whcro nature in richest of robos s drvst,
Whoro tho birds all Lnrlecsly bolldtholr noBts,
Aud tho weeping willows v- ave.
Many a wounded S"utliern bravo
Mas dnurned hliusolf hore his brow to lave,
And to drink of tho waters clear and bright,
Which flashed and glnuced In tho moon's soft light,
Un heed inn his anguished moan.
And the carnet of green around It spread,
Has pillowed full many a weary 1 end ;
And inanv a soul fr in that grassy bed
Has passed to tho dark unknown.
Yet only one hillock, mossy and grcou,
By that joyous dauclug spr'ng Is BOOU,
W'noro tho sighing wind* wako a mournful wall,
Aud tho riugdovo uiu.tns through the evoulng gale,
And tho tiri their tall hoads rear.
Of tho conallo B hosts woo lu oattlo foil,
Or ol those whoso death-lion r nemo can toll,
Whoso Boulasyaisscd out from this shatlt d dell.
But oil'.' Iles buried hero.
And who waa ho? a brave young boy.
Of his Southern homo tho pride mid joy ;
Tho pot aud darli g of ovory heart,
Who in his bright lifo ha shaiod a pnrt.
And but seventeen summer? o:d.
Obi what a totrlblo griof was theirs,
AL; balk lu thi-lr I-OUIH they crushod their feare,
Atd seut him forth with prayers and tear?,
From the parental fold.
Precious as was tho boy to all,
Thoy gave li m up at his country's call ;
Honor to him was dearer thau Ufo,
And he pauicd to cuter tho Held of strife,
and to i-liiiic tu; tho roll of fame.
With a crowu of blessing upon his head,
Ho on to tho indi! of (?lory ?ped,
The blood of lils pure ye. ting heart to shed,
Aud to win hlniHcll a uamo.
Bravely he boro him In the fray,
And wonder-struck wero our boys In groy,
To wee tho youth with Hashing eye,
Pros? on while slioutlug the Vattlc cry,
To the thlikokt of tho light.
His dauntless luton, his hairing boll,
His face of raro and beauteous mould,
HU head with its olustcrlng waves of gold,
Souuicd filling the field wit. light.
O'er the scone of blood carne a joyous cry ;
1 he enemy falter-thoy Hy, thoy fly ;
And as tho Buioko of bat ti? rose,
lu circling wreaths nbovo their foos,
Thoy wcro BOOM fr.ini tho Hold to run.
Tho gallant boy his proud head raised,
Whllo every feature with triumph blazed,
And now he cried, May our Gad bo praised,
For the victory wo have won.
With kindling cheek and glistoulng eye',
Aye this, ho said, WITH ft time to die.
Tho words from his Ups hid hardly passed,
When a rushing souef4 carno nu tho blast,
And 1 hu boy fell on tho plain.
'Twns a bullet that whistled through the air,
And with pitiless blow struok tho templo fair,
Bl8~. ?u ?? wtVvs ui" lu. ??3?a na,r
Ht never rose again.
Tindo men shod tcarr o'er that noble boy,
80 suddenly called In his hoar of joy,
When rinso 1 had seemed tho murderous strife,
And saved, through all, that bright young life,
To shlna on glory's roll.
Thoy boro him a ?ay to the shaded dell,
And laid him to rest in lila narrow cell,
While the nourning pines sighed oat a knoll
For the doparted soul.
It was meet, thoy thought, that one so fair
Should bo laid, lu that spot of beaut* raro,
Where the birds might warblo o'er lila grave,
And tho foliage green abovo him wnvo.
With tho bright spring singing noar.
And this 1B woy that of all who feU,
Or of thoso whose death-hour nono can toll,
Whose souls passed out from this thaded doll,
But one Iles burled here.
CHARLESTON, June 7.
LATEST BY YESTERDAY'S MAILS.
A vexing question of international law has arisen ic
? arding the Fenian prisoners on tho steamer Michigan.
t is considered unsafe to bring them iuto Buffalo, as
the Idea prevailed that an attempt would be made to
release thom. A domaud was made by tho British com
mander for them, bat it WSB refused. Capt. Bryson has
telegraphed io Washington for instructions.
The question of disp??!1?1? Of tho prisoners hold by
the Canadians is also a porploxiug Clio. Humor says
that thoy aro to be shot immediately, bung wltb.outtrj.nl,
or sent to Toronto. But nothing is known positively of
the intention In regard to the fate of tho captives.
It is stit?d that the lato movement is morely a feint,
and that tho important move will be made im.niC'u***ll>r
from anothor point. That point is most likely to be
Oedeusburg, tho town of Prescott, and the Canadian
scat oi ?uvorsuient. Ottawa^ being tho objective points.
Cornwall, Sarnia aud Windsor aro also expecting an
attaok at any moment. Two thousand Fenians aro re
ported opposite Ht. Johns, threatening Montreal, aud
two or three thousand are near Cornwall. Heavv rein
forcements are arriving at Montreal hourly, and two
.British men-of-war aro en route from Quebec to tbat
Tho Fenian camp in the vicinity of Ogdensburg and
St Albans are quiet. Rclnforcoments are arriving hour
ly. Tho Collector of the port at Ogdensburg recolvod
lnBtructlonB yosterday to provent any crosilug to Cana
da in the neighborhood. The roveuuo cutter Ohase,
carrying two Bablgron twenty-four pounders and a
thirty pounder, was placad at his disposal with en-dors
to BlnU any vessel carrying Fenians ocrosa the river.
Every effort ia being made by the authorities to pro
cer ve our neutrality.
From every part of tho country tho Fenians aro mus
tering for the border, notwithstanding tho disastrous
Gov. Fenton will not call ont the militia unless the
general government orders it.
Qon. Swoeuey left Albany yesterday for Potsdam, near
The sale of bonds at tho Roberts headquarters was
Suite brisk yesterday. Tho nowa of the surrender of
Olonol O'Neill was not rogarded as a disaster, and the
movement of mon to the front went on as briskly as
THE FENIAN INVASION AND ITS HESTJLTS.
[From the Baltimore Sun.]
The fenian invasion of Canada, which it was really
dlCDcut to credit lu tho first place as a serious enter
prlBO, has begun snd endod, all in a few boura, as it
wore. Before tho accounts of its oponlng sconeB were
ail received and dlgoited, or comprehended, or oven
fully credited, wo havo the important and generally ex
pected finale of tho desperate undertaking. The Fe
nians appear to havo met and lough t forces of Canadian
volunteer?, probably equaling or exceeding tholr own
numbors, and to havo made so good and so bravo a fight
as <o havo scattered their antagonists; but in tholr Im
praoticablo situation of being without adequate sup
pica, cut off from reinforcements and other succors,
tho United StatcB military and naval authorities havinj
Interposed their action along tho frontier for tho pur
pose aud other columns of British troops alvsnciug
ripon thom from dlfforont points, tho Fenians arc
reported to havo suddenly evacuated Fort Erle on
Saturday night, as tholr only measure of safety, in or
der not to be "gobbled up" by tho Brltlahors, and
run the risk, as they say, of being .brought to
the halter. lu attempting to cross back to tho A mci lent
aide several hundred of Ihem wero captured by the
United Statm boats guarding the Niagara Rlvor, and an
hold as prisoners at Black Rock, uudor tho sloamei
Michigan's guuB. Among thom aro Col. O'Neill, wht
commanded the unfortunate Fenians, and his staff. Tin
only prisoners taken by the British are some thirty ode
plcEOta. Tho Feuians, it appears, had no artillery
Thero is a gravo responsibility resting somewhero foi
these rash enterprises, leading enthusiastic and devotee
men not only to fruitless sacrifices and ruin, but inte
the commission of an offonce against tho laws of thol
adopted country, which, of course, it Is impossible fo:
the United States to let pass with impunity. This thosi
who set up to bo leaders must have intelligence onougl
to know. ,. ' '
What is to bo tho ultimate disposition of tho prlsonor
Is not known, as our officers in charge of them ar
awniliug advices from Washington, and tho British Min
later will probably bo consulted on the subject. Otho
Fenian movements are, howover, anticipated along th
border, and Lieutenant-General Grant and General
Meado and Barry aro making arrangements accordingly
for their frustration,
mr ARTIFICIAL EYE8.-ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES made to order and inserted by Dre. F.
DAUOH and P. GO?QELMANN (formerly employod by
ROIBBONNFAU, of Paris), No. 690 Broadway. New York.
April 14 lyr
mr T. B. BYNNER, IMPORTER AND DEAL
ER IN WATCHES and JEWBLRY ; Agonoy for the
AMERICAN WATCH ; also, every varloty of SWISS and
ENGLISH WATCHES, at the lowest market priooa,
No. 189 Broadway. Now York-established twonty years.
Irado Prlco IJIBL sont on application.
January 19 fmwGmo
?3-MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
sn Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Mon.
AIBO, Diseases and Abuses which proBtrato tbo vital
powers, with sure moans of relief. Sent freo of chargo
In sealed lottor envelopes. Address, Dr. J. SKILL1N
IIOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa
April 17 Sino.
mr ITCH ! ITCH I ITCH ! s c R A T C n i
SCRATCH! SCRATCH I WUEATON'8 OINTMENT
will euro tho itch in 48 hours. Also cures Bait Rheum,
Ulcer?, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
50 cents. For salo by all druggists. By Bonding CO
cents to WEEKS A POTTER, 8ole Agents, 170 Washing
ton street Boston, It will be forwardod by mall, freo of
postage, to any part of tho Unitod States.
June 4 CmoB
?-RUPTURE CURED!-WHITE'S PATENT
LEVER TRUSS Is warranted to cure RUPTURE radi
cally. Power is mado Btrong or light!at ploasure.
No pressure on tho BACK or CORD. Sold wholesale
and retail. Pnmphlots free.
WHITE'S PATENT LEVER TRUS8 CO.,
No. G09 Broadway, N. Y.
April 14 Btutb3mos
mr COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP_THIS CELE
BRATED Toilet Soup, In such universal demand,
s mado from the choicest matorials, is milli and
.montentin its nature, fragrantly scented, and
oxtremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For
salo by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
February 7 lyr
MT AWAY WITH SPECTACLES_OLD EYES
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten conts. Addresi
B. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. 1130 Broadway, New York.
mr BATCHELORS HAIR DYEI-THE ORIGINAL
and best In the world I Tho only rruo and perfect HAIR
DYE. Harmless, Roliablo and Instantaneous. Produces
Immediately a splondld Black or natural Brown, with
out Injuring tho hair or skin. Remedies the ill effects o
bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine is signed
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
Augnst 17 lyr
??-8 PEG I AL NOTIOE.-"GREATOAKS FROM
little acorns grow." Tho worst disease? known to the
tunan race spring from causes BO small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that All
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts,
Then guard yourselves while yon may. The smallest
pimple on tho skin is a tell-tale and indicator of disease;
It may fade and die away from tho surface of tho body,
but it will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
bo tbo result and final close. MAGGIEL'8 BILIOUS
DY8PEPTIO, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure where all
others fall. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Outs,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGIfL'B Salve Is In
fallible. Bold by J. MAGGIEL, No. IS Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggist., at 26 conta per box.
September 36 lyr
"A smile was on her lip-health was in her look,
strength was iu her step, and lu hor hands-PLANTA
A few bottles of PLANTATION BITTERS
Will cure Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
" Sour btomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulonoy and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affections.
? Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Kyee.
M Mental Despondency.
" Prostration ; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac.
Which aro the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions of tho livor overflowing iuto the stomach poi
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, wo are ablo to present the most
-?markable euro for these horrid nightmare diseases,
t?.A umr'* UM evor Prouuced. Within one year over six
hundredwd forty ****** person, have taken tho
PLANTATION BITTERS, and not aZ Instance of complaint
has como to our knowledgo I
It is a most effectual tonic and agreeable atimCUant,
suited to all conditions of life.
Tho 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.
CALISAYA BA.UK.-Colebrated far over two hundred
years In the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, oto It waa intreduced into Europo by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy ot Peru, in 1610, and
afterwards sold by tbo Jesuits fer the enormous price of
it* own weight in *ilver, under the name of Jesuit's Pow
ders, and was finally made public by Louis XVI, King
of France. Humboldt makes especial reference to its
febr?fugo qualities during his South American travels.
CASCARILLA IlAini-For diarrhoaa, colic and diseases
oi the Btomach and bowels.
DANDELION-For inflammation of tho loins and drop
CIIAMOMILE FLOWERS-For enfeebled digestion.
LAVENDER FLOWERS-Aromatic, stimulant and tonic
highly Invigorating in nervous debility.
WINTEROREEN-For icrofula, rheumatism, etc
ANIHE-An aromatio carminative; croating flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orango, carraway, coriander, snake,
Another wonderfnl ingredient, of great use among
the Spanish ladies of South America, imparting beauty
to tbo complexion and brilliancy to the mind, ia yet un
known to tho commorco of tho world, and we withhold
Its name for tho prosent.
RooHtBTBR, N. Y , December 28, 1801.
Messrs. P. II. DRAKE it Co.-I have been a great suf
ferer from Dyspepsia for throe or four years, and had to
abandon my profession. About threo months ago I
tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
now nearly a wellman. I havo recommended thom in
several casos, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I am, respectfully yours,
Rov. J. 8. OATHORN.
PniLADKLrniA, 10th Month, 17th Day, 18?3.
REsr-F.CTKD FniENn:-My daughter has been much
bonofltted by the uso of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt sond me two bottlea more.
Thy frlond, ASA OURRIN.
SlIEIlMAN IIOUHK, CniCAOO, 111., \
February 11,1B63. j
MESSRS. P. H. DRAKE A Co. :- Pleaso aoud ns anothei
twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetizer, Uioy appear to havo superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, &o., GAGE A WAITE.
Arrangements are now completed to aupply any de
mand for this article, whloh has net heretofore bees
The public may rest assured that lu no cass will the
porfostly pure standard of tho PLANTATION HITTERS b?
departed from. Every buttle bear* the facsimile of out
signature on a tteel plate engraving, or It cannot be gen
Any person pretending ft? tell PLANTATION BITTERS it
bulk or by the gallon, is a swindler and imposter. Bevan
of reftllsd bottle*. See that our Private Stamp is Vtrttv
TTLATED over every cork.
Sold by all Druggist., Grocers and Dealer, throughout
P. H. DRAKE & CO., New York.
April 30 fmwlyr
PRIVATE PARLOR No. 3.
LATE OF BERLIN, PRUSSIA,
IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE VISION ?
THE ONLY PERFECT LENS IN EXI8TENCE.
Superior to any other In use!-constructed lu accordance
with the Bclenco aud philosophy of nature in tho pecu
liar form i-f a
Admirably adapted to tho irgon of 8ight, and porfectly
natur.ii to tho o>o. affording altogothor tho best artificial
help to tho human vision ever invented.
Sold only by tho Professor of Optics and Spocatclo
Of these? Spectacles over all others, aro :
1st.-1 lie only- true Lens known, being
porfectly freo from chromatic light BO nell kuowu to be
tho causo of injury ti the vision, apd which makes tho
chango from Spectacle* to O lassos Of stronger powors BO
often requit ed, while both near and di* taut objects aro
seen with equal facility thrungli tho samo GlasBes.
Uti.-Cn? lie worn ivltli perfect case loi
any length of timo at one sitting, giving astonishing
cloarnoi-s of v'slon, particularly by candi? or other arti
ficial light-comfort to tho spcctaclo wearer hitherto un
3il.- "Win-n tia? ?.-yes nclic or pain tlirougli
tho action of a bright light, such aa 1B rellected from
suow. Bunny wcuthor, white paper, atid lu reading,
writing or Bewirf, or vivid colored bodies, these lenses,
by softening tho rays, effect a most agreeable sensation
and give grout rullof.
.Uli.-in all nervous affections of the eye
causing dull and startling paius in the eye-ball or tem
ple, appearance of luminous and dark spots in the at
mosphere, aching or feeling like sand in tho cyo, tho
disturbed uervos aro quieted and soothed.
r>t li. ?.i omul by peculiar machinery, got
np at great cost, mathematically calculated expressly
for tho mauulncture of this lens, so as to produce It with
the true spher cal accuracy, and Its focus Is at the exact
contre, a point of vital Importance, and which no other
?'??li.-Proof of superiority over the old
kiud of Spectacles. Thoj are used exclusively at all tho
hospital? for diseases of the eye, in Berlin, Prussia, and
TESTIMONY OF RECOMMENDATIONS
From Medical gentlumcn, Professors of tho hlgbeBt
Opthalniic talent in Charlcaton, S. C, and in the Union.
CHARLESTON, 8. O., May 28th. 1806.
I havo examined a groat variety of Glasses manufac
tured by Professor 51. Iitnsu ?UIDT, and in Justico to the
Professor must say, that his Glasses aro of a superior
quality, adopted to meet the wants of almost every eye,
where the vision is in any way Imperfect. Tho Profes
sor selected for mo a pair of his Australian Crystal
Glasses which are of a vory superior quality and work
manship, rendering vision very distinct, almost aa per
fect as in youth. 1 yield this testimony in favor ot the
Professor's Glasses most cheerfully.
E. GEDDINQS, M. D.
I cheerfully concur In tho opinion abovo expressed of
the value of Professor BKUMIARIITS* Glasses, and their
adaptability to alldefocta of vlBlon, and also to his skill
and judgment lu adapting tho glass to each special im
perfection. H. W. DKSAUSSUBK, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. C, May 28th, 18CC.
I do most willingly bear my testimony in favor of the
superiority of the Australian Crystal-singlo and dou
ble vision spectacles ovi-r all other kinds. They are
constructed upon tho best established and understood
principles of optics, and tholr adaptation to the human
eyo lu Its difforeut conditions of vision is BO perfect, as
to render sight easy without effort. In my opinion,
none others should be used etneo the eyos onco used to
those do not seem to grow old, and by having a focus
at any point of the surface, they appear to reat o'er tho
eyes to their youthful energy.
T. L. OG1ER, M. D.
CHARLESTON, 8. C, May 28th, 18C0.
I havo examined ProfoBsor BEIINHAUDTS' very com
pleto assortment of Spectacles and Lenses. They are
botter adapted than any I havo before sein to remedy
tho imperfection of vision that can be beucflttod by the
uso of GlasBCB. The pureness and clearness of tbo Crys
tal used, IB an item worthy of special attontion, as I can
testify from personal experience. I recommend Profes
sor BKUNHAUDT with coufldenco and great cheerfulness,
to the patronage of the public.
JAMES P. JERVEY, M. D.
CHARLESTON. 8. O., May 28th, 1806.
I have examined a great variety of Glasses manufac
tured by Professor M. UK?NIIAIIDT, and consider them
superior in quality and adapted to meet the wanta of
?!"'.C"t every eye, In which there is a defect of vision. I
cheerfully recommend Professer BEBuniiuiT's Glases
to. those reeiuirlng assistance. ? ._
W. H. BUGER, M. D,
CHARLESTON. S. 0., May 28th. 18C8.
Ihavo oxaminol au extonslvo assortment of Glasses
in the posBObsion ot Profesor BEnNHanuT, and consider
them of superior quality. Tbey aro adapted to
overy age and suitable to tbo various defects of vision,
in which glasBOB are Indicated. I take groat pleasure In
recommending them to the attontion of those In neod of
such articles. R. A. KINLOCH, M. D.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0., May 28th. 18C6.
Wohaveoxanilned the Lenses of Prof. DKIIXIIAIUIT,
and consider them superior to any we have seen. They
are admirably adapted not only to improve tho imper
fections of impaired sight, but to rolieve the weariness of
vision which constant study produces. Many of tho
G1; ..?*.-. are of new and ingenious contrlvai co. We cor
dially recommend the Professor to all those who require
scientific optical assistance.
ELIAS HORLBEOK. M. D.
WILLIAM O. HORLBEOK, M. D.
WM. T. WRAGG, M. D.
P. PKYRE POItUHER, M. D.
F. M. BOBERTSON, M. D.J
0HA8. HANCKEL, lato Rector of Bt. Paul's Church,
THOMAS SMYTH, D.D., Pastor of 2d Presbyterian
J. B. HANOKEL, Professor.
W. B. HOWE, Rector St. Philip's.
0. P. GADSDEN, Rector St. Luke's.
Testimonias* similar to tho above may bo soen at Prof.
BKRHHAitnT's oillce, from
JOSEPH H. PLUNKETT, Pastor of St. Paul's, Ports.
Hen. JONATHAN WORTH, Governor of North Carolina,
Hon. A. G. 0UIIT1N, Governor of Pennsylvania
Hon. O. P. MORTON, Governor of Indiana.
Hon. H. A. SWIFT. Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. ALEX. RAMSEY, Ex-Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. RICHARD YATE8, Governor of Illinois.
H. SEYMOUR, Governor of New York.
R. E. FESTON, Govornor of New York.
And other distinguished gentlemen.
Many years of public practice and study In the hospi
tals in Europe, adjusting spectacles to patients under
ovory BBpoct of defectivo vision, as well as experience
iu an extensive, long-established business In his optical
stores, both here and in Europo, Prof. BERNHARDT con
siders it a auffielen t gtiaranteo of his ability to apply euoh
glasses as aro boat calculated for the assistance or re
covery of Imperfect sight.
Offioe Hour* from 9 A. M. to 5 P. 31.
MILLS HOUSE, LADIES' ENTRANCE,
H ?co ntl Floor, Private P?rlor No. 3.
N. B.-Owing to engagements elsewhere, Prof. Berne
HAnoT will be ablo to remain hero but a short time only.
May 31 ' IT0
Foul Odors and Noxious Emanations
STABLES, &c, &o.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
No. 150 MEETING-STREET.
This valuable Disinfectant removes, instantly,
all existing: smells from Drains, Cess Pools, Urinals,
Water Closets, etc., and contains no poisonous or
In Stables, Cow-houses, etc., it conduces to the
health of the animals, by preventing the genera
tion of hurtful gases ; rendering the atmosphere
cool and pure, and the ventilation easy ; preserv
ing at the same time, the manures, in their most
valuable condition, for fertilizing purposes.
FOR SALE BY
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June 1 fmvr
aJr^ V_j Jtv/ -EJ
WHITE OAK OIL.
ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH PURE
NATURAL LUBRICATING OIL,.
WHITE OAK OIL WELLS,
IN WEST VIRGINIA.
Warranted free from GRIT and GUM, adapted to every kind of
Machinery. Density, 28 deg. at 60 deg. Fahrenheit; remains
fluid at 16 deg. below Zero. As it does not give off vapor at the
heat of boiling water, it is as safe as Sperm Oil in use and
storage. As a lubricator, it proves to be superior te Sperm in
the proportion of two to one, and much lower in price. It cleans
instead of fouling metal surfaces, protecting them also from rust.
It is also superior for greasing metal moulds.
For sale in quantities to suit purchasers, by
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,.
No. 150 MEETING-STREET.
JOS. H. RISLEY, .
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC.,
No. 110 EAST BAY,
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mr THE WEEKLY RECORD OAJ? BE PUB
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) ureoc DvxmUtU
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