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The rimrlcston Money JHsrstet.
TirtrssDAT, July 9, 38C8.
rroring the reek businEss has been dull, and prices
tiow but hm^octnal chpuge. Money ls plentiful,
and first-class securities iso1 very scare e.
eOTJTHE-O ?i5S BILLS.
stu-^--.. Cucrent Bates.
Bank"of Camden.... .......28 @00
Bani of Charleston.....37 @C0
;-Sank of Chester ..'.. -9 @00
'^snkof Georgetown...9 @oo
Bani of Hamburg..12 ?00
Bank of Newberry....81 goo
Bsnkof Soutt-Carolrna.....10 @oo
Bank o? State of ti. Caroiina, prior to 1881.18 ?00
Bani o? 8?ateofS.Caro3ina,a?t?r Brt Jan.,
ootniiiercialBa?k. Columbia...1 (5>0O
Peopie'B Bank, Charleeion.j.?8 @00
Planter's Bant of Fairfield.:.4 ?00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
?i (old)............... ;.:.27 @28
South western - Railroad Bank. Charleston, -
. BfSs?TWnJr, qhai*Wsrnn.. 5 ?oo
City of Charleston Change Bills,.97 @00
Btsio?puth Caroona Treasury Notes.84 @t5
- - BMBOXDS. STOCKS AND OO?POS8.
Georgia State Coupons.95 gS7
?eorgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old?...83 ?85
GeorgiaBtate Bond Seven Per Cent (new).90 @?2
Georgia. Slate Bonds Six Per Cent. (old).. .82 ?83
City of Memphis (drapons.75 ?00
City of Memphis Bonds (endorsed).55 ?00
City.of Memphis-Bonds (unondoracd)_52 ?00
City of Columbia Bonds..'.45 ?on
City of ColrnnbiaCoupons...00 ?00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
- VWhQiO shares).88 ?40
' South Carolina Railroad (half shares).18 @183?
a 0. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.70 ?71
8. ?.v3taflioad *Seven Per Cent. B'ds..78 ?80
S. a' Railroad Certiflcato of Indebtedness.?5 ?60
. COT af egleston Six Per Cent Stock.... 46 ?48
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted*
Caty of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.55 ?60
State of South Carolina Bonds (old).66 ?67
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue,
of January 1,1867)..61 ?61
State of tvouth Carolina Stock.62 ?64
State of South Carolina Coupons.60 ?62
People's Nat?onal Bani Stock.98 ?Par.
First National Bani Stock....:..98 ?Par.
i Northeastern B, B. 1st Mortgage Bonds. .00 ?80
Northeastern R.R. iat Coupons (past due).00 ?55
> northeastern. R.B. Certificates o? Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stock.18K@19
Charleston City Railway Stoci._00 ?52
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guaranty*).00 ?40
Charleston sad Savannah Railroad Stock.00 ? 6X
.'City of Savannah Bonds.00 ?80
Ctty of Savannah Coupons (due previous
, . to 1st June? 1866)...95 ?00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, 1866)......;...: .97 ?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .00 ?58
Memphis and Chariestori. Railroad Bonds.85 ?87
Memphis and Charleston B. B. Coupons. .93 ?94
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
[FOB THE WQ! ERDING THUKSDAY, JODY !
COTTON.-While prices in the English m
daring .the week have been without impo
change, Bhowing occasionally a little stiffness,
some activity, and again relapsing into dunnes!
Northern market has begun to exhibit ey tr.pt 01
a short supply, and prices there have had a tend
to improvement With a reasonable rate of
sumption in the home market, from this time
the new crop begins to come forward liberal
would appear to be quite evident thal the Ame
manufacturer will have to come down to a very i
supply, and it is thought in some quarters tl
may become necessary to import cotton from I
pool of which there have already been rumors;
this prospect in the future, holders may fairly e:
nrm prices for some weeks to come. The gei
report in reference to the growing crop conti
satisfactory, and the dry weather, which has re
damaged c m in some sections of the interior,
not be unit-orable to cotton.
The leading markets during the week have
sen ted the following sales and quotations : At L
pool the article, on Friday last, wu firm anc
changed; sales 8CO0 bales." On Saturday, the 4?
. telegrams were received. On Monday the staple
active and buoyant; sales 15,000 bales; uplands
(Stiled. On Tuesday the market was firm; i
12, OOO bales. On Wednesday the article was buoj
sales 12,OOO bales; uplands ll Ji@lH;d. On Thur
the market was stead ys sa'es 12,000 bales; quo tat
unchanged. On Friday at New York, the staple n
shade firmer; sales 1900 bales, at 32@S2^r. for i
alinga. On Saturday, July 4th, no business was d
On Monday the market was a half to one cent be
eales 1600 bales, at 32X@38c. On Tuesday the
de was firmer; sales 3900 bales, at 33c On Wed
day cotton was leas active and drooping; Bales
bales at 32j?@33c; and yesterday the market
steady at 32#@3Sc ; and in this market there waa
little offering, holders generally very firm, witt
occasional sale of middlings at Si S 31 Kc, cloi
nominal at 31}ic.
The business done at this poins during the
week was .as follows:
On Friday, July 3, the staple was firmer, fae
holding strongly and prices very full. Sales
bales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted c
?29c ; low middling at 30c; mid dring st 31@31
f> ft. .
On Saturday, being the fourth of July, basil
was suspended, and there were no transactions.
Ott Monday prices were firm with a moderate
mind.* Sales 166 bales; ordinary to good ordin
being quctsd at 27@29c; low middling at 30c, i
middling at 31@31 Xe f? rb.
On Tuesday holders were stiff and were g en en
unwiQfngto ?ell mlddnngs under 32c fi rb. Si
78 bales; ordinary to good ordinary belog quoted
27@29c; low middling at 80c, and middling at 3:
- On Wednesday the article continued, strong, w.
but a limited inquiry; sales 126bales; ordinary
good ordinary being quoted at 27 @ 30, low mid di i
at 3DK@3i, middling at 31 Xi and strict middling
Yesterday buyers showed but Utile disposition
operate, and there were no transactions. We rem
previous quotations nominally-cay Liverpool eli
siflcation : Ordinary' to good ordinary 27?30, 1<
middling '80X@81, middling 31^', and strict mi
dung at 32. Wt%
?EA ISLAND COTTON.-The mariel continues non
na) for this daer of the staple in consequence of tl
absence of stock and ceceipta. There was a sale
12 bales of Carolina long staple, "Fripp seed," at ea
fi ft- The late rains have made the long staple ero]
m this vicinity rather "grassy," and they stand i
need of good work and dry weather.
BICE.-The demand for this grain has been of til
mott limited character, and appears to he almost et
tir ely restricted at present to small lots for local coi
sumption. Prices have receded about *?c. fl lb du
lng the week, and we note sales of 20 tes. of clea
Genuine at 10;4'c. ? ft, ana 10 tea do. at lOXc \
ft. We quote common to fair Carolina at 9)?@9X<
fl ft; good lO^lOXc fi ft, and common prime i
10X310X0. * ft.
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts have been som
700 bbli. spirits.and rosin, and 600 bois, crude tor
pen tine, spirits turpentine was sold at 36, 87 am
38c fl gallon. -I .e rosin at ?4@i 60; No. 1, 12 50(?
2 76; No. 2, f 2; but with Increasing stock and a lad
of sh'.proom, the market closed duh. Crude turp?n
tine may be quoted at $2 60 fl bbl for virgin ant
HAY.-The arrivals of this article amount to about
400 bales of- North Biver qualities. Fart of a ship
ment of prime Eastern, lately received, sold from
the wharf at about il 35 fl hundred. North River
qualities may be quoted at about tl 20 fl hundred,
The inquiry ls limited and local.
CORN.-In consequence of a greatly reduced
?tock, i^^ ^^^T^T^^^pricw wme foui
to six Cents fi: bushel, ibu W? noie saies of white
Tennessee at fl 37@1 28? l 29 fi bushel, by weight,
sacks inchded, from the depot, with sellers in some
ir stan: es asking tl 30.
OATS.-Ihe transactions In 'this grain- nave been
only of a retail character. '
I'LOUB .-The stock of Northern and Western
truda bas become tight, particularly of the grades
suitable for bakers' use. We^renew our previous
quotation B for these descriptions, say $9 25@9 75 fbi
super; $S0 50@ll f. bbl. for extra, arid $1160@12 fl
bbL tor family. There have been some arrivals of
Georgia and Tennessee qualities, which are selling at
$10 00 for-euper. $1160 fe* extra, ind $12 50 f bbl.
for family. Ihe inquiry for ?21 kinds ls very re?
stricted. Choice Southern family from new wheat
may be quoted at $14 ft bbl.. Yesterday Southern
super wtis sold from the depot at $10 f bbl. ; .$11 ft
bbL for extra, tod $12 fi bbl. for family.
BACON-The stock ?f meat has become much re?
duced, but the demand continues of the most lim?
ited-character. Wa note tales of prime shoulders at
14@UXc fl ft., with some holders asking 15c f
ft*, for choice Western; prime rib sides at 17c, and
prime clear rib at Hloise, fl ft.
SALT.-Holders, from store, are asking $1 76?
180 fi sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market continues quiet,
and our quotations are nominal. We'quote large
lots at -, cash. New York gunny cloth is held
at 26c Dundee bagging, 44 inches, 1? lbs.
to- the yard, is held at 30@35 cents. Sea island
bagging, 45 inches wide, 2 fte. to the yard, ia held
at 60@65 cents.
ROPE.-The demand for rope is very light and
prices irregular, and somewhat nominal at quota?
tions. We quote hemp at 8? 12 cents f? ft. ; green
leaf at 12@13 cents, and jute at 8X@9 cents f> lb.
IBON BANDS AND TEES for cotton, of thc mest
approved patterns, are offered on the market, but the
demand at present is entirely nominal.
TIMBER AND LUMBAR.-There ie a moderate
stock of tais article, and we quote - river floor?
ing boards at $13 fi M.; ? can tiing and plank
$10@12 fi M.; timber of chipping and good mill
qualities there is a light supply on the market
and may be quoted at $11312 fi M. Common is
selling at $5@6 fi M.; and city sawed lumber at
$20@25 fl M. \
FREIGHTS-To European ports are d all. To West
Indies and Northern coastwise ports vessels are in
demand for-lumber freights. To Liverpool, ,\'d. ch
upland and ?d. on sea islands nominal.. To Havre
nominal. To the West Indie?, Cuban ports, north
side, $10312, gold, on lumber; south side, $11(3,12 on
lumber. Coastwise-To New York by steam, $2 fl
bale on upland, and -c. on tea' island*, $1 60 fi
tierce on rice; by sail, somewhat nominal f ft on up?
lands, and -c fi tierce on rice, on resawed
lumber $10 fi M., and $12 f.n timber. To Boston
by steam, -c. fi lr. on cotton and -c fi tierce on
rice; by sail -c. fi Rs. on cotton, $10 50 f) M. on
resawed lumber, and $12 50 f, M. on timber. To
philadelphia, -c. fi Ks. on upland cotton by 6team,
and -c fi ft.; by sail, ?8 CO@950 fi M. on flooring
boards. To Baltimore, by steam-cotton, fi bale,
$1 50 ; rice, f tierce, $1 ; phosphates, f, 2000
lbs., $4 in packages, in bulk as per agreement;
lumber per M $6; wheat fi buebtl 10c, in sacks.
By this line to Philadelphia on cotton, fl bale.
$2; rice fi tierce 51 50; phosphate per ton, $6,
in packages. To Louisville. Ky., on rice, 75c. fi
hundred. To Cincinnati 55c. To St iVouis 85c.
By sail on boards and scanting, hence to Baltimore.
$8a9. From adjoining ports, boards to Baltimore
$9; to Philadelphia, boards and scantling, $10all; to
New York, boards, $10; do. to Fall Biver, $10 50; to
Boston and Maine ports, $12 60@13 on resawed lum?
ber, and $IS@15 on rough edge plank and hewn
tim ber. To Boxbadoes $10@11 on lamber oed
$3 on shingles.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yeeterday
was 153X@15SX for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing
sight checke on New York at par, 5 days X discount,
10 and 15 days X coecount, 20 and 25 days M dis?
count, 80 days 1 $ cent, discount They are Bel?
ing sight checks at ); premium.
GOLD.-The "brokers were yesterday buying; at
40y3 and selling at 42. !
Markets by Telegraph.
LIVERPOOL, July 9-Noon.-Cotton qu'et; eales
10,000 bales. Breadstafis quiet. Lard active at
2 p. M.-Cotton easier; prices unaltered; eales
12,000 balee. Br eada ruffs steadier.
DOMESTIC M AB RETS.
NEW TOBE. July 9.-Gold 40#. Flour lOalSc,
better. Wheat la2c better. Corn la2c better. Mess
pork $27 87X- Lard firmer. Cotton quiet at 82 Xa
33. Freights quiet Turpentine steady at 42jaa43.
Eosin quiet; strained common$2 75.
Evening.-Cotton dull and a shade lower. Sales
700 bales at 32}?c. Flour closed dull, buyers refus?
ing to purchase at the advance quoted at noon.
State $6 90*9 65; Ohio $7 35a9 60; Western $6 90a
13 75; Southern common to fair extra S9al0 50.
Wheat closed dull, and the noon advance lost. New
amber Georgia 12 65; [White Georgia 12 65, Cg/n
quiet, and the noon advance losL Mixed western
$112al IL Mess pork a shade firmer. Lard 17 j? 118.
Groceries dull and nominal. Turpentine 42X?43.
Rosin $2 75a$7. Freights quiet. Gold 40*. Ster?
Sr. Lours, July 9.-Mess pork $27 75.* Shoulders
13 ?;c. Lard finn.
MOBILE, July 9.-Quotations nominal, aothing do?
ing; receipts none; exports 161 bales.
AUGUSTA, July 9.-Nothing doing in cotton to-day;
middlings 31c Receipts 22bales.
SAVANAH, July 9.-Cotton del], no eales; mid?
dlings nominally 30c. Receipt 224 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, July 9.-Cotton quiet and finn,
middlings 32X; sales 320 bales; exports 443.- Gold
39X*40& Sterlfng 53Xa55X' New York sight ex?
change ii premium. Sugar and molasses nominal.
WILMINGTON, July 9.-Turpentine finn at 3S ; ic. ; in
New York casks 89c. Botina firm; strained $190;
No. 2$2; No. 1 $3 50; extra pale $4 87X< Tar de
.dined to $3 10.
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COLUMBUS, GA., July 5_COTTON.-The nominal
price for Northern middlings is 28c. There are no
or few transactions. The small stock in the city is
owned by a limited number of men. Crops are
suffering for rain. Only dight sprinkles have
The New York Times of June 29?L gives the re?
ceipts at all the ports of the United States, since Sep?
tember 1867, at 2,161,000 bales, and present stock
Receipts Ums far 85.545 bales; same time last year
Week's receipts 17 bale*, against 17 the previous
week, and 37 the corresponding one last year. Ship?
Stock on bani Sept 1,1867. 358
Received past week. u
Shipped past week. 378
? Stock on band July 4.
This ls the stock is actually counted.
WILMINGTON, Jnly 8.-TURPENTINE-Is
brought to market sparingly, and ls bi moderate in?
quiry. VFales ot 187 bois at $2 60 for virgin and yel?
low mp, and 1 ?Ofor hard, per 280 pounds.
. &rnxT8 TUBPBXTTXE.-Sales of 530 bbl; at 38 ?ic
Tor' country, and 22 do at 39c per gallon for Mew
?ork packages-the market closirjg rather firm.
Bosci-There has been a fair demand to-day for
the lower grades, and prices are a shade better.
Sales of about 2500 bbl? at il 90 for strained, 1 95 for
mixed lota, ?2a2C5 for No 2,2 50a8 for No l, and $4a
i 10 for pale.
TAB-126 bbls changed hands at $215 per bbl.
COTTON-Or <. -small lot 60ld at 28c for good ordina?
ry, and 29c for low mi dd kn g.
BALTIMORE, July T.-COFFEE-There is a little
better inquiry for Rio; prime cargoes are held at 12
eti, gold, in bond. We report a tale of 900 baga
damaged, ex Achilles, at 9 eta. gold, in bord; 175
bags from Beoond bands at 16Xal7?4 cte, gold.
COTTON-Was in good request to-day by spinners
chiefly, with sales of upwards of OOO bales, compris?
ed as follows : 62 ba'es n.lldllng at 32X ct?; 53 do at
32 cu; 380 bales good ordinary to good style low
middling at30*,'a3lX els; 190boles Rood ordinary at
30 eta; market closed firm, with light stock cf the
better descriptions, on which the demand is now
FLOUR-Market ls dull and without quotable
change, though prices favor buyers. Wc note sales
of 150 bbis choice Howard-street super at $9; 200
bbls Ohio super at S8 25; 100 bbls O': io extra at $11 ;
100 bbls spring-wheat extra at $9 60; al3o, 80 bbls
Tennessee extra, new, on private terms. 'Jhis ls
the first sale of new flour in our market. Quota?
tions, which we renew, are m the main but nominal,
the tendency being downward.
QUAIN The receipts of wheat are mainly compris?
ed of new crop, though m small quantities abd good
deal of which is damp and unfit for immediate grind?
ing. Offerings to-day were 450 bushels white and
1750 bu sh els red ; included in the sales were 100 bush?
els choice new white at $2 60; 200 bushels prime do
at $2 50; and-100 do good $2 40; of yellow 220 bush?
els choice new $2 50; 200 bushels good and prime
$2 30a2 40 ; 600 bushels damp ranging from $1 70 to
$2 25; 200 bushels Old cr .p $215; a lot of 1000 bush?
els fair do was offered at $2 05 without a buyer. Corn
is very scarce; only receipts to-day were 1000 bushels
white and 850 bushels yellow; included in the sales
were 550 bushels white at $1 Hal 12; 600 bushels in?
ferior at $105al 07; 450 bushels common Western
mixed $108; 400 do do $1Q9; no prime samples of?
fered. Oats-2650 bushels offered, with sales of 200
bushels at 86c; 1050 do85o; 2100 do Plc; 550 do 80c;
all per 32 lbs; also, 356 bushels 68c, measure. Bye
loo bushels offered and sold at $1 CS.
MOLASSES-Nothing doing and prices rena air
PROVISIONS- There IE some inquiry for bulk meats,
but at low figures. We note the rale of 100,000 lbs
short rib sides, loose, on private terme. Bacon has
been selling quite ireely tc-day in jobbing lots;in?
cluded were shoulders at 1S??>14C; rib sides 16a
16)?c (but are not plenty ut these figures; clear rib
16^alC>4c; hams range from 19 to 21 Xe as to quality
and fancy. Lard-we report a sale of 100 tres prime
Weitern at 17c: quote city jobbing ot 16; ?c. Mess
pork-WestcriiTs ecarce; lost sale of heavy was at
$29; city picked is held at $28a28 25, with small
BiCE-We reporta sale cf 200 bags Rangoon in
bond at private terme.
SUGAR-Market quiet, but holders steody and
without quotable ctauge. We report sales of 48
boxes No 10X at llj,c; 102 boxes Centr.lugal 12c; 85
hhds Cuba must ova di fer reti?ir g at ll Vc; 21 hhds
grocery 12al2Xc; 70 hhds Porto Rico at 12*?c; 10
hhds do 127?C
EEFIN?D SUGARS-Steady at 16Xc for hard, crush?
ed, powdered and granulated; 16$?c for A white;
15Xc tor B do; O extra 1GX; C 14Xc; yellow 16Xc
Molasses sugar loralie.
STBUF- Prices are steady as follows: ter Maryland
Golden 77c; Monumental 67c; Balrmcre 70c per
New York Market.
The New York Journal of Commerce, of Tuesday,
July 7, says :
The money market is a little more active frcm an
increased demand for capital from speculative bor?
rowers, and the slight advance in rates of interest
noted towards the close of last week is maintained.
Call loans are made on "stock collaterals at 4a5 per
cent, with-a larger portion of the transactions at the
higher figure; upon government securities 3-per
cent ls still the prevailing rate for large sums. First
class commercial paper :B uken at DuG/per cent per
NEW YORE, July C.-BREADSTDTTS.-The ma.
ket for State and Western .flour ia rather more ac?
tive. Prices are not decidedly changed. The sales
are 7100 barreia at?C OOof7 00 for raper?cc Ctate; $7
75*8 00 for common extra State; ?8 30&8 30 for
Rood to choice do; S8 40o910 for fancy do; $6 50a7 00
for superfine Michigan, Indiana, Ohio. Iowa, Ac.,
and $7 65a825 for extra do; $880a9 60 f r choice
extra do, including shipping brands of round
hoop Ohio at $8 40a915, and trade brands of do at
$9 20al2 65; good to choice white wheat extras at
$10 60ol2 65; St. Louis at $8 SOalO for common
to fair extra, and $10 00al4 50 for good to cst ice,
cloting heavily. Included In the above are 3000 bois
extra state, for export, at prices within our range.
We quote: Superfine ?tate, $6 E0&7 OC; extra State
$7 70a8 30; super Western, $6 ?0a7 00; extra Western
?7 6QR6 25; extra Ohio round hoop $8 40a0 15; do
trade SO 20*12 65; extra Genessee -a-; extra St,
Louis $8 50aU 50. -
SOUTHERN FLOUE-Is in small demand, with sales
ot 350 bbb >at $6 eSalO 80 for fiir extra, and $10 40a
14 30 foisgood to cbolce do.
CAXTTOBXIA FLOUE-IS in moderate request, with
eales of 800 bbls at $10al2 50.
WHEAT-Is a little more in the sellers' favor, al?
though prices are without decided change. 81,000
bushels were sold at $1 90 "for No 2 spring; $1
197for^)l to No ?do mixed; $2 10a'215 for small
lots Pen washington spring; $2 for winter red Can?
ada, in bond; 82 25 for choice amber State; $2 63 for
OATS-Are ene and two cents better, with avery
fair demand. The sales are 98,000 bushels at 83 Ka
84c for Western, in store and afloat.
COEN-fias advanced 3&4c per bushel, with a very
(rood demand tor export and home ase. The sales
toot up 124,000 bushels at $1 04al u9 for mixed West?
ern afloat ; 97c for damaged do; $1 lOal 12 for yellow
Western; $113 for white Southern.
COFFEE-There is a little more doing in Rio te?
ds?, and with rather light offerings prices are steadi?
ly held. We notice sales of 500 bags, ex fiyloggcd
Lindall; 1000 bags, ex Gipsey, and 2500 bags, ex P C
Warwick, on private terms.
COTTON-The demand from the spinners and spec?
ulators is good, and with moderate offerings prices
are rather stronger. . The sales are 2392 bales, in?
cluding 1254 to spinners and 1138 to speculators. We
Upland A New
Florida. Mobile. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary....28 s28K 28Ka28& 28Ka29 28??a29K
nary.29>?a30 29*?a30K 30 aSOK 30>?a80%
dling.31 aSlU SlttaSlX 31Ka32 31??a32y
Middling....32)?a33 32J?a33K 33 a33K 33)?o33J?
Mon BUTS Toe market continues to be dull, and
prices are nominally lower. We' quote clayed at 43a
46c*; Muscovado at 46a50c for relining grades, and
Porto Rico at 50a70c We notice sales of 200 hhda
Demerara on private terms.
NATAL STOKES-Spiriis turpentine is lower, with
sales of 230 bbls at 42Ka45c Rosins are in small
demand; 1000 bbls strained common were zo ? at
12 80; 150 bbls common at $2 75, and 400 bbls No. 1
at $4 37 >?a4 62K. closing at $2 80 for strained com?
mon; 12 87>?s2 90 for good ?trained; $3 00a3 20 for
PROVISIONS- Pork is a little more in the seller's
favor, with an improved demand. Sales were mado
of 5000bbls at $27 87o28 05 for mess, closing- at $28
regular; $17 87a28 for old mess, closing at $28 regu?
lar; $2225a23 prime, and $24a24 25 lor prime mess.
The afternoon market ls dull, and prices are rather
heavy; 600 bois mess sold at $?7 90, regular way.
BEEF-Is in moderate request, with sales of 150
bbls at $15a21 for plain Western mess, and (21a25for
extra mesa. . .
CDT MEATS-There is a slow market; 140 packages
were sold f.!T3J?ft6c for dry salted hams; ital7c mr
sweet pickled hams, and 12al3c for dry salted shoul?
LARD-Is'steadily b eld ; the busln ess is moderate ;
600 tree and bois were sold at 15c for No 1 d'y;
15;?c for prime city. We quote No 1 Western ot 16c;
steam rendered and kettle dried ot 16*?al6J?c, and
kettle rendered at 17al7>ic.
BUTTER-We do not liam of any decided change in
the market The demand ls light, and, with fair ar?
rivals, prices are In the buyer's favor.
CHEESE-There is not much doing yet this week
Prices remain without quotable change.
BICE-lhere ls nothing new to note. The denoan
is for small lots, fur which former prices are paid
? SUGAS-The market for raw ls quiet and with free
offerings prices ore hardly so firm. We quote fair
refining at Unalike; good do at ll Koli K c, and No
12 box at 12Kc. The sales nre 800 hhds at ll Kalie
fur Cuba, and 16c for Demerara. For refined the
demand is improving, and prices are steadily hold
We quote soft yellow at Hal 5c; soft white at I5,Ka
15Kc and crushed, powdered and granulated at 16K
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BAGGING, f, yora
Dundee. 30 ? cs
Ganny Cloth. ? -. ? _
BALE ROPE. f> rb-Manilla. 24 (a) 25
Western. 08 ? 13K
New York. -(g) -
Ju e.jt. 8K@ 09
BREAD, ? rfc
Navy?. 7 @ 8
Pilot. 9 ? ll
Crackers.?. 12 ? 15
BRICKS, fi M.i. 0.00 ?20.00
BRAN, f. 100 Iba....i. - S m
COTTON, f, m- J
Ordinary to (rood Ordinary. 27 (g 30
Low Middling. 30KS 31
Middling to Strict Middling. 31]-'? 32'
Good Middling. - *@ ._
Sea Island..v. 39 @ 1.60
CANDLES, fi lb-Sperm. 23 @ -
Adamantine. 22 @ 23
Tallow. 19 @ 20
COPFEE, f, lb-Bio. 20 <? 2C
Laguayra. 2s ? _
Java.,.j 36 $1 40
CORDAGE, f lb-Manilla. - @ -
Tarred American. 2C @ 28 .
CORN MEAL, f. bbl. 6.00 ? -
COAL, fi ton-Anthracite. - ? -
COPPER, "ft lb-Sheet.j 58 ? 60
FERTILIZERS- \ , ',
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phcs. 63.00 ? -
Potato Fertilizer. 50.00 ? -
Alkaline Phosphate. 30.00 @ -
Bone Flour. 05.00 @ -
Double Refined Poudrette. 30.00 ta) -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 @ -
Peruvian Guano, f ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana. f 2000 lbs. 75.00 S -
Phoenix Oaoco,....... 65.00 @ - :
Eaugh's Ph^phate, 2Q00lbs... 60.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate, f, 2000 lbs... 65.00 ? -
Mao?s'8nperPhosphate,? 2000 lb ?.00 ? -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 ? -
Zen's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 65.00 @ -
Wools ton's Phosphate of Lime..-. 65.00 @ 00
FISH-Cod, "ft100 lbs. 7.00 @ 9.C0 ?
Herring, $ box.. 40 @ 00
Mackerel No. 1, f half bbl.10.50 ?ll .
Mackerel, No. 2, ? half bbl. P..- - ? -
Mackerel, No. 8, V bbl. - @ -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits.75 @ -
No. 2.:.?. ? -
No.3.j - ?
Sardines, "ft 100-quarter boxes.. i ?3 ? 25
Hall boxes 48 ? 50
FLOUR, f, bbl-Super. 9.25 ? 9.75 "
Northern and Western Extfln.... 10.60 ?11.00 t
Baltimore Extra. - @ - l
Southern-Super.il\60 @ - <
* Extra.Ul.60 @ - 1
Fomily.|32.60 ?13.00 :
.FRUITS-Prxmtt, "ft lb. 22 @ . - ,
Figs. 40 @ -
Dried Apples..'. - ? -
Almonds, soft shell. 35 ? 40
Raisins, M. B., f. box. 4.00 ?5.00
Raisins, Layer. 5.CO ?5.50
Oranges. - ? -
Lemons, V* box..-..16.00 ?17.00
GLASS, f. box of 50 feet- ]
American, 8x10. 5.50 ? 6.00 :
Americen, 10x12..'. 6.00 ?6.50 i
French, 12x14.,. 7.00 ?8.00 j
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, f bushel.! - @ - \
Western Oats, "ft bushel.....j - ? - \
Corn, "S bushel.I 1.25 ? 1.30 ]
Beans, fi bushel.12.00 ia 3.00 ]
HAY, "ft cwt.-NorthBiver.........I 1.20 ? - j
Eastern.....j 1.35 ? - <
HIDES-Dry, f, ft.I lt? ta) 12
INDIGO-f lb.. 1.00--? 1.75
IR OX- Refined, ? ft.|" 05*i@ 00
Swede. 08 @ 09 ]
LATHS, fi M.'.. 4.CO ?4.50 '
LIME-Sh??, f, bbl. - ? - j
South Carolina, in Ibis.. 1.60 ? - ]
Bockport, m bulk. 1.25 ? - ]
Cement. 2.75 ? 8.00 '
Plaster Paris;. 4.00 ? 4.60 <
L UMBER, "f* M. lee;- ,
Clear White Pine, 1st quality. 60.00 ?55.00 I
White Pine, good run. 38.00 ?40.00 <
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00 j
Boards, "ft M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?15.00 ?
Grooved and Tongued.... 28.00 ?32.00 5
LEATHER, country tanned, ?ft rb. - . ? - ?
Af GLASSES, $ gallon-Cuba. 48* ? 50 j
Muscovado. 50 ? 53 j
Sugar House. 50 ? 1.00
New Orleans. - fia -
NAVAL STORES, "ft bbl-Tor.... - ? -
Pitch. - ? - .
Rosin, Pale...r,.i. 4.00 ? 4.50
EosimNo. 1.I 2.50 ~? 2.75 ,
Bosin, No. 2.j 2.00 ? -
Bosin. No. 3. - ? -
Snlritb Turpentine, gallen.| 86 0 38
Odjnim. re. I 36 O -
NULS- American, 4?20d, *teg.. 5.50 @ 7.00
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.50 ?30.00
Coppei-, ? lb... 1.00 @ - i
Galvanized.,. 30 ? - i
Spikes. 12 ? 15
Ol Ui*-Lord, %i gallon. 1.35 ? 1.40K
Linseed, fi gallon. 1.20 ? 1.30
Sperm, Winter, %l gallon. 2.75 @ 3.00
Cotton Seed, f, gabon.I - ? -
Castor (E. I.), ^ gallon. 3.00 @ - i
Olive, fi dozen. 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, <ft gallon. 52 ? 45
Benzine, fi gallon. 60 ? -
PROVISIONS-Beef, mess, %i bbl.i24.00 '?26.00
Beef, prime.114.00 ?35.00
Pork, mess. - ? -
Ramp... - ? -
Bacon, Hams, f? ft. H2 ? 23
Bacon, Sides..'.. 17 ? 18
Bacon, Shouldtrs. 34K'a 15
Bacon, Strips. 17 ? 17K
Lard, in keg.... - ? ' -
Butter.I 35 ? 40
Cheese. 15 @* 30
Potatoes, fi bbl. - ? - '.
Onions.^r..I - tb} - ]
Apples..'. - ? -
PA/NTS- White Lead, f lb. 10 @ 16 1
Black Lead.| lu (a) 12
Zinc. White.? 12 @ 16 J
PLOW STEEL, f. tb 12 ? - }
fi/C?-Carclina, % rc. 10 ? ll I
East India. - ? -
SLATES-hmaitpn, ? square.112.50 Cm -
SHINGLES, %i M..1 7,00 la, 8.00
White Pine, first quality.?12.00 ? -
SJ ZT- Liverpool, coarse, ? 6ack.. 1.75 ? 1.80
Liverpool, tine. - Cd)' -
SOAP--Bar, "* ft. ll ? 16
STARCH, ~& it. 10 ? 12
SPICES, 9 lb-Cassia. 1.00 @ -
Mace. 1.75 @ . -
Cloves. 75 ?
Nutmegs. 2.00 @ 2.50
Pepper. 40 @ 60>
Pimento. 40 ? -
Race Gincgr.;. 80 @ -
SPIRITS, ? gallon-Alcohol. 5.00 @ tT.65
Brandy, cognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 @ 3.70
Gin,Holland. 4.75 @ 5.00
Gin, American. 3.50 fl 3.75
Bum, Jamaica. 6.00 @ 6.05
Bum, N. E. 2.60 ? 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 ? 5.00
Whiskey. Beelined. 2.30 0 2.40
SUGAR, ? ft-Baw. 13 fl 14
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A..... 17 (9 18
Clarified B. 17 & 18
Clarified C..?....-. lC)i@ 17
Loaf.. 18 @ 19
Porto Elco. 14 @ 15
Muscovar1'... 13 ? 16
SEQARS- Dom'icmanu'rure,^ M..?18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, 9 ft-Imperial. 2.00 @ 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 @ 2.60
Hyson. 1.50 @ 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.50 @ LOO
Black. 1.00 @ 1.75
TOBACCO, 9 ft, aa per quality.... 40 ? 1.60
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Y'Pine.. 4.00 @12.00
Ash. - @ -
Poplar.;. - @ -
Hickory. - @ -
TIN-1C Roofing Plate. 15.00 @ -
IX Roofing Plate.17.00 @ -
IC Tin Plate', 10x14.15.50 @ -
IX Tin Plate 3x14.17.00 @ -
IC Tin Plate, 14x20. 16.60 @ -
Block Tin, 9 ft. 40 @ -
TWINE-Cotton, $ ft. 75 ?
Baling. 46 @ -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute.J... 60 ? -
VARNISH-m-nt, ? gallon. 25 ? -
Pararme. - ? -
r/A-?f?^fi-Whlte Wine, 9 gaHon. 60 (3
Cider.T....... 30 ? -
French.. 1.00 ? 1.25
WINE, 9 gallon-Port. 2.60 @ COO
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 ? 5.00
Claret, 9 case. 5.00 ?13.50
Champagne, 9 basket. 25.00 ?SO.00
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
'6,468 bales, from Mobile.bales, from Charles
;on 4C21 bales Sea Island and 180 bales Upland, and
rom Savannah 4977 Sea leland and 227 bales Upland
Cotton-the quantities received at those porta from
florida, Mobile, Texas and Savannah.
exports of Klee. Naval Store? and Lim*
ber from the Port of Charleston, irena
September 1, 1867, to Joly 9, 1S68
N. 6TOKXS. LOMEEH.
Hartford, Conn ...
(Vilmfngton, N. C.
Sew Orleans .
D?her D. S. Porte..
Uajorca A a Market
Via tan zas.
?agua La Grande...
it Jago de Cuba
Zal bari en.
st Johns, N E...
Comparative Exports of Cotton, from
the Port ot Charleston.
BEA ISLAND. UPLAND.
Liverpool. 5,880 83,165
Scotland. ' .... ....
Other British Ports. - j ....
Total to Grout Britain... . 6.880 83,165
Havre. 78 ii.SOS
Marseilles. .... ....
Other i rench Ports. .... ....
Total to France. 78 2,853
Holland. .... ....
Belgium. .... ....
Kw th cl ?urope.j - 3,710
lotal North ol Europe.. .... 3,710
. outh of Europe. .... 9,501
?'e?t Indies, kc. .... ....
Tctal Foreign loris. 5,958 99,^10
Portland, Me. .... 278
Boston. 114 14,273
Rhode Island, Ac. .... 4,693
Kew York. U.164 05 641
Philadelphia. 4 3,410
Baltimore and Nor v*.... 26 12,759
Sew Orleans, fcc. .... ....
3ther United States Porte. ? 07 ....
Total to Coastwise Pori*. 3.S74 131,463
Grand Total.| 9,332 230,703 '
O Ci N!
CI IC <
ICxporta for the Week ending Thursday,
LIVERPOOL-Per bark Annie Kimball-il bags S I
and 406 bales Upland Cotton, 1550 bbls Spirits
Turpentine, 2075 bbls Rot-In, 2 tierces Bone
Phosphate, % tierce Rice, 2 tierces Beeswax.
MATANZ \S-Per brig Times-97,776 feet Lumber.
.Per British sehr Tropic Bird-120,965 feet
' Yellow Pine Lumber.
... . . - . ?
FALL RIVER, MASS-Per sehr Bobart Palmer
185,312 feet Lumber.?
PROVIDENCE, B I-P?r ?ehr Eliza S Potter-160,
282 feet River Lumber.
NEW TORS-Per steamship Mosexa-4 bags S I
an? 22S bales Upland Cotton, 2i 2 bbls Boab, 20
toss Car fprinss. 15,000 feet limber, 85 balee
Domestics, 1 Boiler, 5 tons loose Iron, 8 roUe%|
Leather, 809 bbls Potatoes, 18 crates Apples, 370
crates Vegetables, 1607 boxes Peaches, 42 Pack?
ages.Per steamship Charleston-356 bbls
Bodo, 61 bales Tarn, 9 bales Waste, 55 hales
and pieces Bagging, 86 bags Cotton Seed. 20 bun
.dUs Paper, 1292 sacks Wheat. 680 bbls Potatoes,
1416 boxes Peaches, 634 crates Vegetables; 257
empty Barrels, 407 Packages, 427 bales Upland
Cotton... .Per steamship Saragossa-8 bales Up?
land and ll bales 81 Cotton, 98 bales Vam. 508
bbls Rosin, 693 sacks Wheat. 20 sacks Peas, 100
casks Clay, 5 bbls Wax, 161 bbls Potatoes, 584
crates Vegetables, 316 crates Peaches, 27 boxes
Sundries, 7000 feet Lumber.Per sehr My
rover-220,000 feet Tallow Pine Lumber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon- 50 casks Clay,
2509 bushels Whe.it, 15 bushels Peas, 33 bales
Tam, 72 bales Rasa, 218 bales Cotton, ll hales
and hhds Hides, 70 tierces Rice, 3 rolls Leather,
3 bales Wool, 16 hhds and erat*? Bones, 5 hhds
Copper and Phosphate, 800 bbls Rosin, 70,000
feet Lumber, 12 packages, 497 crates ard 22 bbls
Vegetables, 1020 crates Peaches and apples, and
Consignees per Son th Carolina. Railroad,
Joly 9. -,
SI bales Cotton, ii bales Domestics,'4146 bushels
Gram, 60 bbls Flour, 160 bags Flour, 60 bundles Pa?
per, 2 cars Wood, 1 car Staves, 2 cars Lumber, 1 car
Stock. ToChisolm Bros, Utsey ft Kenyon, Pelzer,
Rodgers ft Co, Cr H Walter ft Co, W C Courtney ft.
Co, Thurston ft Holmes, G Foll?n, H J McGebu, EX
Adams, Eus low & Co, J M Bobeen. 3 Te ?dem an ft Co,
J H Raggett ft Co, J Bints, Railroad Agent.
~ FORT CALgNDAR. ~~
PHASES OT TBZ KOON.
Frul Moon, 4tb, 3 hours, 31 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter. J2tb. 7 hours, 82 minutes, evening.
Kew Moon, 19th, 4 hours, 48 minutes, evening. .
First Quarter, 26th, 8 boura, 43 minutes, morning.
E16ES. (. ..SXTS.
RI BS ff.
Port of Charleston. July IO.
Sehr Robert Palmer, Clark, Fall River, Mass-L
Bririth sehr Malvina Jase, Gould. Savanah.
Sehr Robert Palmer. Clark, Fall River, Mass. .
From this Fort.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, Kew Tork, July 7.
Steamship Moneta, Marshman. New Tori:, July 0.
Sehr E J Palmer, Bmoot, Baltimore, July 8. '.. -
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Sea 6ul), Dutton, at Baltimore, July 8.
LIST OF VESSELS
CLEARED AND SAILED FOR IBIS PORI
Sehr Emma, Anthony, up.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up...June il
Sehr E G Sylvester, Sylvester, np..-.June 5
Sehr Othello. Eldridge, cleared.June 13
Sehr Jonas Smith, Nichols, cleared*.....vJute 21
Sehr Argus Eye, Maybem, cleared..v.. July 2
Sehr Lilly, Francis, up..-.July 2
FHELADIXPHIA. " ?
Sehr W.B Mann, Baxter, cleared.....July 4
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, cleared. ?...:... July 8
LIST OF SHlFPEiG
In the Port of Charleston, July 9,1 SOS.
vESflrzs ENDER 100.TONS, AND" STEAMERS coAsnsa
WITHIN TES STATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan, 3337 tons," Woodhull, at Adger'e wharf,
for New lora, loading-James Adger ft Co.
Richard the Third, 698 tons, Scott, at Brown ft Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Master.
Sedbtrgh (Bri, 614 tons, Kneale, in the Stream, for
Liverpool, reedy-Patterson ft Stock.
Montgomery, 1337 tons, -, in the Stream, from
Pensacola, waiting-J Adger ft Co.
Times (Br), 162 tone, Amsbury, in the 8rream, for |
Matanzas, ready-J A Enslow ft Co.
Scio, 381 tons, Brown, in Ashley River, for Cuba,
loading-J A Enslow ft Co.
Emma, 70 tons, Antbon.T, ct-Kerr's wharf, from M.v
tanzas, discharging-Risley ft Crei?btou.
Ida Richardson, 178 tons, Bedell, in Ashley River, for
New BaveD, loading-L T Potter.
Bedingten, 342 tons, Gregory, at Central wharf,
Baltimore, loading-H F Baker ft Co.
D Talbot, 285 tons, Packard, ia Ashley River, fer
. Philadelphia, loading- H F Baker ft Co.
S J Waring, 314 tons, Smith, in Ashley River, fer
Providence, loading-W Roach.
?-A YOUNG LADY B?T?BNJMQ IO
her country home, after a sojourn cf a few menthe
in tie city, wat hardly recognized by her friend:.
In place ol a coarse, rustic, flushed (ace, ?he had a
sort ruby ccr/plexion of almost marble smooth?
ness, and instead twenty-three she really appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry ts to the cauie cf to
great a change, sbu plait,ly told them that she used
the CIRCASSIAN BALM, ar.d considered it an in?
valuable acquisition to any lady's toilet. By its use
any Lad7 or Gentlemen can Improve their personal
appearance tn hundredfold: lt ii simple in its
combination, as Nature herself te Eimile, yet uns-r
passed in its efficacy in 'drawing imparities irony
also healing, cleansing-and beautifying thc akin -nd
complexion. By its direct a cf ?co on the cuti?lo rt
draws from it ali its impurities, kindly healing tbr
same, and leaving the eut face as Nature intended i
should he-clear, co?t, siuoc.tb and beautiful. Price
SI, sent by Mai] or Express, on receipt of an order,
W. L. CLARE ft CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette-3tre<-t, Syracuse, N. V.
The only Amcr.can Agents ?or thc sale of the same,
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A NEW PRINCIPLE DISCOVERED.
One Bottle Of Resolvent le Better Than .
Ten Large Bottles of the Advertised ir
Sarsaparillas, or Direct Diuretic Rem?
PHYSICIANS wonder at the extraordinary power of
BADWAY'S RENOVATING BESOLYBNT In enring
the worst lonna of Scrofulous, Syphflcid, Chronic
Skin Diseases, and Its marvelous power in resorting :
cal (ml ona concretions, affording immediate relief and
consequent cure of Diseases or the Kidney, Bladder,
Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, Spleen. Its rapid influence
in the cn re.of Diabete*, In confinen CH or scanty, tur- -
bid, albuminous, cloudy urine; ita almost instant ef?
ficacy in stopping itching, and painful discharge of
urine, and Its singular power in curing discharges.
from the Uterus and Urethra; I^ucorrhoa, Bloody -
Urine, and other unhealthy-and weakening die
charges;-?nd inquire wherein the SAES APABEL?
IJAN used in the Reno vating Beeol rent rllffere from .
ordinary Sa rtaparillat 7 Idars iparillJan is the only
principle in Sarsaparilla that possesses -cnratire -
proptrtiei; ah other parts of the root are inert and-,
useless. One ounce of the-extract obtained under
Dr. Badway'snew process for extracting the curative -
properties from vegetable substances, contains mere
of the true principle or cure than twenty pounds of
the ordinary roots. ,
SABSAPABUJJHN it only on? of the ingredients
that forms this truly wonderful medicine; ondit is-,
the only compensating remedy that communicates
its purifying, cleansice and reinvigorating proper- -
ties through the BLOOD, SWEAT, FEINE* and
other secretions, securing' a harmonious functional
action of every depraved organ and gland in the sys?
tem.- If the blood ia corrupt, tte Resolvent will,
make it pure. If the Longs are ulcerated and Bore,
secreting thick phlegm and prureletrt matter, the
Besolvent will loosen this deposit and repair the ?
wasting lung with sound and healthy material.. If
the Skin ls covered with pimples, spots, pustule?,
sores, ulcers, Ac,, the Resolvent will quickly remove -
these annoyances. If mercury ia deposited in. the
bones and bas accumulated in the system, the Re?
solvent will drive lt out. If the Throat or Bronchial.
Glands are ulcerated, the Resolvent will cure these
signs of an'early waste. Direct remedies, possess
lng only exclusive properties, are hurtful, ts they
increase the functional secretions of on- organ by -
suspending the constituent secretions of others;;,
hence, a compensating remedy like the Resolvent is
the only means.of a permanent cure.
BEAR IN MIND THAI EVERY DROP OP BLOOD
impregnated with the Besolvent and absorbed to
supply the waile of the body, will make pure, sound i
and healthy flesh and fibre. The first dose'that is >
taken commence? Its work of purification and in- - -
creasing the appiUU andfiesh.
. |i - . '.
A BEIAB?ABLE CUBE!
SORES ON TEE TONQUE, ULCERS IN TBE I
THROAT, SORE QUUS. SORE MOUTH,
LORES IN TBE NOSE, AROUND
THE EYES, rfc.,
If recently exhibited, a few bottles will cure. Ii
chronic, or through the effects of Mercury, Polas
slum, Corrosive Sublimate, from six tu one dozen -
bottles may be required to pake a permanent cure..
A GBEAT SENSATION !-A GOOD SENSA?
. PAIN CUBED-IN AN INSTANT.!
In 3647 -.te great grand principle of stopping tnt
most excruciating pain in an instant, .without em?
ploying such dangerous agents as Chloroform,
Oprcxc, Morphine, Acontine^ Ether, &c, wis'first
made known in
BADWAY'S BEADY RFT.'TF.F. .
This remedy accomplished this wonderful a-i-de
llghtful desideratum m all cases of external and in?
ternal pain. In aa Instant it afforded relief, me
moment it .waa applied to the parts ol. the body
"where inflammation or pain existed- ita: cece re?
lieved lie patient of tte most .violent and ti cm chit?
in g pongs and throbs of pain, and imparted the de?
lightful sensation of ease and comfort.
Every kind of pam, whether Bheurrtitthn. ileu
ra3gia. Toothache, Pal a in the Chest, s?de. Lungs.
Stomach. Bowels, Kidneys, Spine, Legs, Arm.-, Eeet,
one application was sufficient to kill and erMiinait
tte pain. .
Taken internally, twenty drops to a teaspoonful
would cure, and will cure, Astatic Cholera, Tever .
and -Ague, Chills and Fever, Bilious Colic, Inflam?
mation of tte Bowels, Cramps, Spasms, Dlarrbma,
Dysentery, and every pain that may exist in the In?
side of man, woman or child; this was BAD"VAY'S
BEADY BELIEF of 1647, and it is BADWAY'S RE?
LIEF, greatly improved, in 1868.
Wc then started it In its mission of relieving thc ?
infirm, pon-stricken, sick, distressed and crippled
of all nations throughout tte world, and now tr-day '
it is used, patronized and revered as a household
necessity, in the palaces of Snltane, Emoerors,
Etimos, Kings, Hi? h Priests, Nobles, as wei! ?In
the cottages of the laboring causes of every n&tlon
on the lace of lie earth.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS CUBED IK. -
Important to Know how to Use <*Rau?
way's Beady Relief* tn Acute
and Dangerous Attacke :
STY OWN CASE.
On Saturday night, the 19tb, I was violently seized,
with" Congestion of tte Lungs. For a few days pre
vious I felt a dull pain over my left lung, with -
occasional coughs, but being actively engiged, paid.
?bo attention to lt When seized, the pain was sc
piercing, cutting and excruciating, thtt evwy breath _
drawn was like a red bet knife cuttiag my lune. Be- ?
jug absent from home, I sent out for three bordes ot
p.ADWAY'S RELIEF, applied the entire lot to ay
lung*, back, shoulders, ?cc., and m a few ic eic en te
get up counter-irritation. Respirations were easy,
and, si the skin b?cane reddened, all pain ceased.
Inhalt an hour I was free from pain, and all signs
of Congestion, Inflammation, ?c., gone. This is an
important core. It is well that every one shouW
imow how to use this remedy In severe attacks. Tte
same rule holds good in cases of Inflammation of
tho Loins, Bowels, Kidneys and Stomach. Arrly
the BELIEB freely; soak the skin with it. lt WJLI
instantly secure the withdrawal of the inflammation
to the surface, and persons now suflerisg may, ic
THir.TT ircruTxs, be free from pain. . -
In coses where inflammation has existed for e,
length of time, in addition to the BELIEF, take sir
ot RADWAY'd PILLS. Powder them. In half an
hour," in most cases, tlieywill operate. Ii'not, re?
peat the dose. In one or two hours at the farthest
they will operate, and the patient soon get well In
Bilious, Trphoid, Fever and ?guc, this treatment is
sure to cure. Let it be tried.
JOHN BADWAY, M. D.
nw Dr. BADWAY'S HEMED IES are sold Dy Drug?
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No. 1C9 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
Charleston, S. C.
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