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?he Charleston Cotton, Klee and Naval
OFFICK CHARLESTON' NEWS, l
WKDKKSDAVETEXINO, November 1,1871. j
COTTON.-There was a fair and rather good de?
mand for thia staple, the market showing a
steady character, with well-maintained rates.
Sales about 900 bales, vi* : l at i5>,c, 26 at 17,48
at i:!,. 35 at 17 v. 68 at nx, iso atnx. 272 at
17X> 75 at 17X, 25 on private terms. We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.15 @17X
Low middling.17>4@ -
Strlct mldd.log..17X@ -
RICE.-This grain was in moderate demand.
Sales 175 tierces of clean Carolina, say 65 tierces at
?Xe, 32 tierces at 6X, f0 at ex, 15 at 6Xc ~f\ lb.
We quote common torairatsx'SeXi good 6X@
6Xc ? lb.
NAVAL STORE?.-The sales have been limited,
but the market for the lower grades of rosin has
advanced. The transactions are as follows : 33
bbls extra No 1 rosin at $7, 78 do low No 1 at
$5 75, 151 do extra No 2 at $4 50,100 do extra No
8 at $3 85a3 50; also about 200 bbls No 2, extra No
it and No 3 at (3 so, $4 and $4 50. In spirits tur?
pentine 50 casks on private terms.
Fax ia HTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct,
nominal on uplands, nominal on sea Isl?
ands ; via New York, Xd on uplands,
- on sea Inlands ; by sall, on uplands,
Xd, sea islands nominal. To Havre nom
nominal. Coastwise-to New York by steam, Xe
oa aplauda and lc on sea islands; $2 fi tierce
on rice; by sail Xe fl lb on cotton; - fl tierce
oe rice; 40c fi barrel on rosin; $7@8 ?Mon lam?
ber; $9@io ? M on Umber. To Boston, by sall,
Kc ? lb on upland cotton. To Providence, by
?all $3 fi Mon boards, ?ic fi re on cotton;by
.team $1 fi bale on New l'ork rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam Xe 9 re on uplands; by sall, $7
V M on boards; $9 on timber; $3 per ton en clay,
and $3a$3 50 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
.team Xe ft tb by sall, $6 50@7 9 M on boards;
$3@3 25 fi ton on phosphate r ck. Vessels are In
demand by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. C , Darlcn an i Satllla River,
Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $10@12 if) M are the rates on lumber and
Exe IIAN'GS.-Sterling 60 day billa 19X@20X
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Ta? banks are pur?
chasing sight checks at X@X off, and sell at par.
There ls no business doing in time bills.
GOLD.-11 @ 12X- _
Markets by Telegraph.
M' -NEY MARKETS.
KEW YORK, November 1-Noon.-Stocks strong.
Gold 12.X. Governments and States dull and
steady, sterling, long 8X- short 9X- Freigh's
Evening.-Money steady at 7; prime business
paper 12aii. some good names sold high as 20.
Sterling heavy and lower at SX- Gold has been
Irregular and excited at 12X&12X- Governmenta
firm but very dall; 62's, ex-Interest, 11X- States
not very active. Tennessee^ 65X; new 68. Vir?
ginias 60X;new 63 Louisianas6?;new 56 Levees
63; eights 74. Alabamas 98X: Aves 67. Georgias
80; sevens 86. North Carolinas 36X; new 19X.
South Can Unas 70; new 3STi- Freights quiet.
Nsw ORLEANS, November l.-Sterling 21. Sight
X discount. Goldl2X
LIVERPOOL, November l-Noon.-Cotton opened
Arm ; apian ds 9Xd, Orleans 9Xd.
Lacer.-Cotton steady; sale> 15,000 bales; for
speculation ana ex pur. 40 0.
Evening.-Cotton closed steady; uplands 9Xd,
Orleans 9 VJ.
Nsw YOBS. November 1-Noon.-Cottcn heavy ;
uplands lSXc. Orleans 19Xc; sales 2000 bales.
Sales of cotton ratures last evening 7300 bales aa
follows : November l8Xal8X: January 18 15 16a
19; February 19Xal9 916; March 19Xal9X; April
Evening.-Cotton easier: sales 2767; uplands
18XC, Orleans 19Xc. Sales or futures to-day 1400
bales as follows: November 13xal8Xo; Decem?
ber 18X&18XC; January 181116ai81316c; Febru?
ary 19al9 9i6c; March 19Xal9Xc; April l9Xc:
E BTON, November l.-Cotton qale' : middlings
19c; net receipts 70 bales; groas 755; sales 300;
PHILADELPHIA, November 1.-Cotton Arm;mid?
BALTIMORE, November 1.-Cotton quiet and
Arm; middlings 18X*18X; net receipts 57 bales;
grots receipts 311; exports coastwise 75; sales 257;
NORFOLK, November 1.-Cotton steady; low
middlings nxal7Xc; net receipts 1291; exports
coastwise 1369; Bales 200; stock 7175.
WILMINGTON, Nove?' er l.-Cotton quiet; mid
dungs 18:; net receipts 93; sales 49; stock 2570.
SAVANNAH. November l.-Cotton firm and in
good demaod; middlings 17Xc; net receipts 3336
bales; exports to Great Britain 4007; France 2383;
coastwise 997; sal -s 2100; stock 34,186.
AUGUSTA, November 1.-Cotton Arm; mlddl ng
nXCj receipts 1700: sales 1500.
MEMPHIS, November 1.-Cotton unsettled; mid?
dlings 17Xc: receipts 2840 eales.
MODILE. November 1.-Cotton dull; middlings
17X21 sc; net recelpa ii85 ba.es; exports coast?
wise 610; sales 500; htocK 27 838.
Kaw ORLEANS. November l.-Cotton active at
ta? pri es; middling l&xaisx; net receipts 2187;
gross receipts 3314; export) continent 1918; Ham?
burg 2610; Havre 900; Santander 100; sales 6300;
GALVESTON, N vember i.-Cotton easier; good
ordinary i5Xal5Xc; net receipts 770 bales; sales
1600; Stock 32,488
PROVISIONS AND PBODCCI MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. November l-Noon.-Common rosin
10 to Hs. Beef 64s 4d.
Evening.-Corn 33s 9d.
LONDON. November l-Noon.-Common rosin
TH; Od t J 12s. Turpentine 48s 61 *o 49s.
New YORK, November l-N*on.-Flour doll
and unchanged. Wheat qalet and unchanged.
-Oom coll ana unchanged. Pork quiet at $12 85a
413. Lard quiet. Turpentine quiet at 67a67Xc.
JRostn quiet and Arm at $4 50 for strained.
?Evening.-Flour, toothers, dull and drooping;
common to fair extra $7a7 65; good to choice
<7 70*9 25. Whiskey dall at 92Xc. Wheat irregu?
lar and unsettled; winter red western $155a$l 60.
Corn closed heavy and lower at ?7Xa78c. Rice
duU at 7Xa8Xc. Pork $13. Lard, kettle loxc
Naval stores quiet Tallow steady at 9a9Xc ?> lb.
BALTIMORE. November l.-F.our less flrm; West?
ern family $7 60a3 50. Wheat weak. Corn, white
70a72c; yellow 70. Provisions unchanged. Whts
WILMINGTON, November 1.-Spirits turpentine
firm at 62>?c. Rosin firm at f390 for strained,
$7 25 Tor pale. Crude turp?n-me steady at $4 50
for bard. $5 25 tor yellow dip, $6 35 for virgin.
Tar f-ready at $3.
LOUISVILLE. November 1.-Bagging and provis?
ions quiet ?nd unchanged. Pork $13. Shoulders
7xc; clear sides 8xc. Lard 9xaloxc Whiskey
dall at 88a89c.
ST. Louis, November l.-Flour Arm; superAne
?winter $4 85a5 25. Corn Armer. Bagging 17Xa
18c. Pork Armer at $13. Shmlders scarce and
?rm at 7Xc; sides weak and lower at 7Xa8c.
CINCINNATI, November 1.-Flour steady; family
$6Xa6X- Cora higher, new 47c. old 57c. Pork
nominal.$12 50. Lard 8Xa9c; Shoulders 7Xc; stdes
7Xa7Xc. Whiskey unchanged.
NKW ORLEANS, N vt-mber 1.-Sugar, demand
good; iufenor 7Xc; common 8Xa8X; good com?
mon 9;cholc- 12X- Mo'a-ses Arm; common Re?
plante 57*58; prime aOaSJX- Whiskey 97ca$l Ola
102. Coffee Arm; fair isxal9;; good 19Xai9X;
Havana Sugar Market.
HAVANA, October 28 -Market opened Arm bat
closed dull, holders being unwilling to make con
oeMus, and buyers refuse to meet the high de?
manda of holders; receipts scanty; No 12 Dutch
standard io reals; No, lo to 12 do at 9>,aio reals;
Nos U to 20 do at uxal3X reals. Molasses
sugar-Nos 8 to io at 8X reals. Muscovado sugar
-reAnlng at 8x reals; grocery grades nominal.
Stock remaining In warehouses at Havana and
Matanzas 143.650 boxes and 825 hhda. Exports
or sugar du lng the week from Havana and Ma
tanz il 12,876 b?xe3 and o hhds, of walch 13,650
boxes and a 1 the hhds were Tor th-: United States.
Freights per box or sagar from northern ports In
Cuba io the United states 87xc; per hhddo $3 75.
WILMINGTON, Ootober 31.-SPIRITS Tu"PEN
TINE.-Sales or 1SJ casks at 62c per gallon for
ROSIN.-aales or 1C5 bbls at $4 co for No 2 and
$5 25 for No 1.
CKSDB TCRPENTISE.-Sales of 390 bbls at $3 50
for ha>d, $ < 25 yellow dip, auu $5 35 for vlrg n.
Ci COTTON.-Sale . of 62 bales as follows: 25 at 17,
12 at 17X and 25 at 17xc per p ;und.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA. October 31.-'Joiton, sale* 75 bales;
WINN.SBOKO, October 31.- Mnce our last r- port
373 bales of cotton hav? been sold la this market,
at pi ices ranging rrom 15?^ to 16 He per pound.
MONTGOMERY. October S3.-Toe market ls
quiet at 17He for low middlings.
JKeceipta by KailroaU, November 1,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1004'biies cotton, 42 btiUs goods. 143 bbls naval
stores. U cars wood and lumber. To Kailruad
Agent, Wm w Smith. G- o II Walter A co, Frost A
Adger, neo W Williams A co, W C l>ee A co. A J
Salinas. Re der A Davis, Pelzer. Kodgers A co,
Wis*? A co. viowrv A son. Witte Bros. Prngle A
Soc W Our ey, Wm Koauh A CO, ? S Mus, II 0
Bodgin- Gaillard A Mln<>tr, A s Smith. Murdaugh
% Mat hews I hus P smith. AB Mulligan, J iianck
eL, S D >ton"y. J Wiley A co. H F Bak?*r A co ll
E Grainger. Kinsman A Howell. C Lelbenrood, H
Klatte A co, WhiMen A Jon>-s, Trenholm A Son, U
Cobla A co, Macqueen A Riecke, J N Roosou, Wil?
cox, Globs A co, Sloan A Selgnious.
20) bales upland c ?non. 213 bbls naval store",
cara lumber, wood, rough lice, mdse, Ac. To W
K Ryan, Frost * Anger, Pringle 4 Son, A J Sall
nas, T P smith. Barden A Parker, W C Courtney
A co, Keeler A Davis, Witte Bros, A S Smith. O
W Williams A co, Caldwell A Son, Wtcox, Gibbs
A co RavencI A co, L D Mowry A Son, Pelzer
Rodgers A co, H Bischoff A co, H Klaue A co, G
II Walter A co. Steffens, Werner A Ducker, W C
Bee A c?. Wagener A .Meekly, Smith A Chapeau,
Claghorn. Herring A co, Kinsman A Howell, S D
stoner, c Letbenrood, J Wleters. J Johnson, Hart
A co, W Gurney, J Green, shackeliord A Kelly, J
A Quackenbusb, J C Mallonee, E Welling, Railroad
Agent and Order.
Per steamer Water Lilly, from Edlsto, Enter?
prise. Rockville, and Way Landlngs-J Russell
Baker and W C Geraty.
Last Quarter. 5th. 7 hours, 34 minutes, morning.
New M JOS, 12-.h. ll hour. 49 minutes, morning.
Fits: quarter. 19th. 3 hours. 27 minute*, morning.
FuU Moon. 28ih, 8 hours, 33 minutes, evening.
5! OCT. a sot*.
MOOS ! HIGH
R. A S. WATER.
CHARLESTON. 8. C.NOVEMBER 2, 1871.
Lat 38 deg 48 mm 33 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 nun 27 sec.
Steamship Tappahannock, Read,New Orleans
left - inst. Oil cake and fertlzers. To Etlwan
Phosphate Works. Vessel to T Tuoper A Sons.
Commercial Une sehr Carrie S Webb, Day, New
York-3 days. Mdse. To H F Baker A co. Rail?
road Agents, D U Sllcox, E R Cowperthwalt, J S
Hyer, Wagener A Monsees, H Bl-choff A co, U
Kiatte A co, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, S Frost,
Tiedeman, Calder A co, B O'Neill, C PPoppeahelm,
Kinsman A Howell, Steffens. Werner A Ducker,
Kllnck, Wickenberg A co, A Broosbanks. Order, O
F Wleters. J Campsen A CO! P Walsh, L Welskopf,
F Dauer, M Marcs, and various parties In George?
town and Bill Creek, S C.
Scnr Sarah Wood. Hickman, Philadelphia-3
days. Coal. To U F Baker A co.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbattl, West Point MUI. 88
tes rice. To stoney A Lowndes.
Steamer Water Lilly, Togllo, Edlsto, Enterprise,
Rockville, and Way Landings. 38 bags sea Island
ands bales upland cotton, mdse and sundaes
To Douglas Nisbet. W A Boyle, Jno Colcock A co,
Ravenel A co. J R Baker, Witte Bros, Wm M Law?
ton A Sons, H C Robinson, Stoney A Lowndes, D
McPherson, Fraser A Dill, R Roper, Gaillard A
Minott, Bo'.lmann Bros, M McGorty.
Sloop ELen, from Cooper River. 1300 bushels
rough rice, '.owe Bee A CO.
Sloop r.ora':. from Rsntowles. 1000 bushels
rough rice. To Stoaev A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Church. 3 bags s:-a Island
cotton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from James Island. 2 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Stonev A Lowndes.
Boat from Edlsto. 3 bags sea 1 -land cotton. To
Stoney A Lowndes.
Received from Habenlcht Mills, James Island.
12 bags sea isl ind cotton. To W O Bee A co, Fraser
A Dill, and othets.
Receive x from Bennett's Mill, br tierces rice,
ro w c Bee A co.
IN THE OFFING.
A brig, sai 1 to be a Norwegian, and supposed
iron laden, from Stockholm.
Steamship South carolina, Beckett, New York
-Wagner, Huger A co, W A Courtenay.
British sehr Ada, Beiyea, St John's, N B.
Sehr J w wilson, Gardner, Baltimore.
Sehr W G Dearborn, Scull, Wilmington, Del.
The British ship Lady Duffcrln, from Charleston
for Liverpool, was spoken on the 26th of October,
lat 36 25, long 52 25.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, at Baltimore. 30th
Sehr R W Brown, Wicks, at New York, 30th Oc?
OP FOR THIS PO?T.
British bark Beltls'e, WUUams, at Liverpool,
Sehr S L Russell, Smith, at Philadelphia, 12th
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship John Sidney, Bartlett, from Fleetwood,
Eng, October 13.
The British bark Bulsf'.rd, Edwards, from Bull
River, SC, was at Bermuda 23d ult, lo distress;
had lost sails, bulwarks, and was leaking; would
discharge to repair.
LI9T OF VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
F O R TT G N .
Nor bark Luget, Nielsen, sailed.Sept 15
ihe Soesknmmeren, Westergaard, up.Oct
Br bark Bel'lste, Williams, up.Oct 12
Br bark David McNutt. Lockhart, sailed.. .Sept 23
The Preso, Jenkin?, sailed.Sept 29
The Perseverance, Cook, np.Oct
Ship John Sidney, Bartlett, Balled.Oct 13
The Achilles, Hinsch. saned.Sept 13
Br bark Vinco, Robson, up.Oct 1
The Livonia, Peters, sailed.Sept 22
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, up.Cet ll
HALIFAX, N S.
Br ship etty of Ha'lfax, Mcvlhenny, up.Oct 20
ST. STEPHEN'S, N. B.
Br bark G nam re, Lester, up....Oct 20
Br bark Agra. Fisher, cleare 1.Oct 26
Br bark Oriental, Ounham, cleared.Oct 26
Bak Acacia, Robinson, up.Oct 23
Brig J L Bowen, Tayior, up.Oct 19
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, cleared.Oct 26
Sehr M B Hams, Crowlev. cleared.Oct 23
Sehr 1> V Streaker, Van Gilder, up.Oct 26
Sehr Annie sheppard, Newton, up.Oct 28
Bark Devoushl e. Havener, up.Oct 18
Sehr Bessie Morris, Allen, cleared.Oct 14
Sehr Annie S Gaskill. Gaskin, up.Oct 26
Sehr S L Russell Smith, up.Oct 12
Hrlg Black Swan, winslade, cleared.Oct 27
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem. up.Oct 28
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The Regular Packet Schooner LILLY,
Hughe?, Master, having all her heavy;_
Freight going on board, wants 200 or 300 E ales
Cotton to All np at low rates.
nov2-2 WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
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Portaondo, Master, havlDga portion of her ;_
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CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
wm dispatch one of their first-class, full powei
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
MANHATTAN, Capt. J.B.PRICE, Oct. 20, at -
* OLOKADO,Capt,T.K. FREEMAN.Oct. 25, ar, 8 P M
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS, Nov. 1, at 8.30 A M
NEVADA Capt. FORSYTH.Nov. 8, at 2.30 P M
cabin Passage $90, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 2S Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 83 Wall street. N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issued
by the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
maye or WM. A. COURTENAY.
picmo ^s*T- 00"m
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of thc above linc leave Pier ??Tflgrji
Na 42, North River, foo: or CanalJJUKi
street, N?w York, at li o'clock noon, or the ism
and suth or every month (except when these
dates rall on Snnday, then the Saturday preced
AU departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for South Pacific and Centrai American perts.
Departure of 16th toaches at Kingston, Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran
claco first of every month, except when lt fa,is on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but
gn direct from New York to AsplnwalL
one hundred pounds baggage free to each adult,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
M the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf root of Canal street, North River, New
York, F. R. BABY, Agent.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
T?y-EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA ,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommr dation Wharf
every MONDAY MORNINO, at 8 o'clock,,_
ror savannah. Beaurort, Hilton Head and ?pan
l-u Wells. Returning will leave Savannah every
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Chlsolru's
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care or Agents will be for?
warded free or storage cr commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
novl_ No. 17T East Bay.
OR WRIGHT'S BLUFF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
The steamer MARION, captain w.
F. Adair, la now receiving Freight , -mi
at Accommodation Wharr and will leave on
TnuKSDAY NIGHT, the 2d lustanr.
No Freight received arter sunset.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL. HOLMES A CO.,
PQvt-2_ No. 177 East Bay.
JP OR FLORIDA, VIA SAVANNAH.
The splendid Steamer DICTATOR, _ -ir"?^
Captain L. M. Coxettcr, will sail ror???y?S?
Florida ai rollows:
Leave charleston every TUESDAY EVENING, at 8
Leave Savannah every WEDNESDAY, at 3 o'clock.
Leave Palatkaon FRIDAY MORNING.
Leave Jackson ville on SATURDAY MORNING.
Leave Fernandina SATURDAY AFTERNOON, aftei
arrival or train.
Leave Savannah MONDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
Thia steamer makes close connection with New
Orleans steamer at cedar Keys.
For F eight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL A CO.,Agents,
Corner Vanderhorei'a wharr and > ast Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given tor New Orleans.
JJONEY! HONEY! HONKY I
Fine New Country HONEY, o be had in quanti
ties to Bait purchasers, 0. Da. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
IS GOOD FOR
BURNS AND SCALDS,
SPRAINS AND BRUISES,
GALLS OF ALL KINDS,
SITPAST, RING BONE,
BITES OP ANIMALS AND
TOOTHACHE, AC, AC,
SCRATCHES, OR GREASE,
STRINOHA.LT, WINDA ALLA,
FOOT ROT IN &HBBP,
ROUP IN POULRY,
LAME BACK, AC, AC
Large Size, $1; Medium Size,
50 cts.; Small Size 25 cts.
From George H. Sheffield, P. M.. East Gains,
Orleans County, New York, September 29,1868:
I am happy to say that one bottle of your GARG?
LING OIL has cured the Rheumatism in my right
arm, when nothing else would help me.
From Geo. R. Thralls, Warsaw, Ind., November
When I was appointed agent for the sale of
your GARGLING OIL, there wa? a large stock on
hand,but lt ls now al; aoid.and I thlnktyoa had bet?
ter send me twelve dozen more, one half of which
for "Family Dae." It ls regarded the best medi?
cine ever told.
From D. G. Robinson, Sarepta, Miss., February
Please send another supply of your GARGLING
OIL; lt has given general satisfaction. It has
cured a case of Rheumatism of ten years' stand?
ing, and ls great for Burns. In fact, lt has been
successful in almost every case where lt has bad
a fair tris!.
From Dr. R. F. Parsons, Brighton, Ind., Septem?
ber 6 1869:
I keep a large stock of your GARGLING OIL on
hand, and (iud lt the best preparation In of the
kind In use; and sell three tun s as much of lt as
From L. Schlottman, Round Top, Fayette Coun?
ty. Texas, February 15,1869:
I am now selling more of your GARGLING OIL
than any other Liniment-and all who have used
lt pronounce lt "the best thing out.''
R. D Ta. lor. of Concord, Ky., says:
TheG ARU LING 0 L cured a horse or his, injured
wsl.e ploughing, by attempting to step over a
stump, a'mcHt severing the thigh from the body;
also, that be has used lt In his family for fifteen
yearj, and ls the best remedy for Cuts, Burns,
Bruises, Frost Bites, Strains, Rheumatism, Ac,
he ever used.
Extract of a letter from Dr. C. T. Murphy, dated
Magnolia, N. 0.:
I nave used your CAROLING OIL for several
years, and find lt superior to ail other medicines
for the diseases and purposes for which lt ls re?
From Messrs. E. A H. Bell, Bellvine, Fillmore
County, Minn., September 28,1858:
We wi ll sell a great deal more of y oar GARG?
LING OIL at this point for the future, for the rea?
son that lt gives good tatisfactlon to customers.
From Messrs. P. L. A E. W. Olds, Norwich vc,
Allow us to say In regard to your GARGLING
OIL, that we esteem lt the best Liniment we have
ever known. It gives universal satisfaction, and
we can testify to its efficacy from our own expe?
Extract or a letter from Bethuel Farley, dated
Marlow, N. H., August 1, 1866:
Your medicine gives satisfaction to ali who
have used tt, and takes the lead of any article of
the Lloiment kind In use In this vicinity.
Messrs. McLaln A Bros.. Wholesale Druggists,
Wheeling, Va., says, nuder date of July 24, 1666:
That they can safely recommend the GARGLING
OIL for more diseases than it ts recommended ror.
Extract of a letter from Hon. Nathan Lindsey,
County Judge of Shelby County, Iowa, dated Har?
lan, April 13,1867 :
It ls decidedly preferred to any other Liniment
sold In this section.
Extract of a letter from Thomas Starterant,
dated Hillsboro', m., May 13,1867 :
Your GARGLING OIL ts spoken of by those who
have used lt as a first-rate article, and I should
like to have you send me some more of it to sell.
Extractor a letter from Orlgaby A Strong, dat?
ed Trenton, Tenn., September 19.18*? :
You may state tn Almanacs that, with an ex?
perience In the drug market ol fifteen years, the
GARGLING OIL has not been excelled.
From Dr. T. W. Ellis, Troupevllle, Ga., January
6, 1859 :
If I should receive both boxes of the GARO
LING OIL, lt will not be too much, as I think I
could soon find sale for lt all, the Inquiry being
frequent since lt ts supposed that I have lt for
From Dr. William S. McCall, Chamois, Mo., No?
vember 6, 1858 :
Your GARGLING OIL ls taxing the shine off
rrom all the Liniments or the day. ir you desired
them, I could procure dozens of certificates rrom
the best citizens ot the country.
Extract or a letter from Dr. E. L. Patte, dated
Ravenswood, va., January 27,1855 :
The GARGLING OIL ls the only reliable em?
brocation in existence-so say the people. We
can sell more or that than of all the rest put
together. I can furnish you with Ave hundred
certif?cales ir you want.
From the Louisville (Ky.) Dally Democrat, Jane
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL has become one
of the most popular Liniments ror human flesh
that ls now prepared, while ror horses and cattle
lt has no equal tn the world. We are assured by
those who have used lt ror the piles-one or whom
ls a distinguished physician-that among all the
various pile remedies, none afforded such speedy
relier as the UARGLING OIL.
h rom Crump A Bros., Cochrane Landing, Ohio,
November 20, 1856 :
We are pleased wl h your medicine. It bas
been the means or curing a great number or dif?
ferent diseases upon persons.as also upon horses.
We think lt cures all you recommend? d lt to do.
We want you to send us the larger proportion of
the variety ror "family use," In Bmall bottles.
TRY A BOTTLE.
The GARGLING OIL has been in use as a Lini?
ment for thirty-eight years. All we ask ls a
FAIR TRIAL, but be sure and follow directions.
Ask your nearest druggist or dealer In patent
medicines for one or our Almanacs and Vade
Mecums, and read what the people say about the
The GARGLING OIL ls tor sale by all respect?
able dealers throughout the United states and
Our testimonials date from 1833 to 1871, and are
unsolicited. Cse the GARGLING OIL, and tell
your neighbors what good lt has done.
We deal lair and liberal with all, and dery con?
MANUFACTURED AT LOCKPORT, N. Y.
GARGLING OIL COMPANY,
W. T. LINN, Agent
LINN'S PILLS !
LINN'S PILLS I
THE BEST IN USE, LINN'S PILL'S !
TRY A BOX.
Sold by all Druggists.
Oron?r #ri?f tDigtribntion._.
FROM OCTOBER 1, 1871, TO JANUARY 8, 1872, jL
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE FEVER IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
$500,000 TO BE GIVEN AWAY.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION, ft
BUTLER, CHADWICK GARY Si CO., Agent?,
Under the auspices of the "Sonta Carolina State Agricultural and Mechanical Society," will give a
SERIES OF CONCERTS, at the Academy or Music, Charleston, S. C., commencing January 8, 1872.
Refers to all the Bankers. Braters and prominent gentlemen of the country, both North and Sooth.
150,000 SE ASO.V" TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AT $5 EACH.
ir you ha-e not received a Circular, send for one, giving full particulars, ALL ORDERS STEICXT
3405 GIF TS, AMOUNTING IN ALL TO S5OO.O0O.
nie Drawing of this Great Soutuern Enterpr; rc will be conducted under the surpervlslon of the fol?
lowing well known gentlemen:
General A. R. WRIGHT, or Georgia. < 'olonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, or Virginia. ion. ROGER A. PRIOR, or New York,
Money ror Tlckets.can be sent either by Express or Postomce Order, and the Tickets will be prompt?
Direct all Letters to
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, CHARLESTON. 8. C.
General M. C. BUTLER, JOHN CHADWICK, General W. M. QART.
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MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad street
(Cotton dies, &z.
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For eaie by HART ?fe CO.,
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/. S. Davis, University of Virginia.
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