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The ridiculous, absurd American cus?
tom of "asking" is responsible for seven
eights- mind, we say seven-eights, and
munn it, too-of all the liquor consumed
in this country. Abolish that custom to?
day, and where there are eight barrels of
liquor drank now, there would bo but
ono. Wo believe tbt**. nnd believe it
can't be gainsay ed. Wo appeal to zuy
number of drinkers fur their opinion in
tue matter. To this custom we owo ouo
"drinking between drinks," which some
wag, with more truth than poetry in his
BOUI, said was tho only thing that hurt,
or words to that effect.
' What a ?idioulous piece cf folly it is
to go into a place, if in tho mood for
liquor, nnd to esk fi iv. or sir acquaint?
ances np to. drink with you; yet it iv
dono all the time, and by parties who
want tho money for stockings. But not.
to do it when your npquai n tances ar^
about is to bo looked upon ns "small po?
tatoes," and few in tho hill. Take the
following as an illustration of a delight?
ful "fix," liable to arise from this absurd
Yon feel in a mood for a glass. You
go for it. Meet a friend just as yon are
nbout to enter a gin mill, and you "ask
him." Enter, and ho comes upon n
group of four or fivo of his friends who
have just entered and aro conversing for
a moment. You nro introduced all
round by your friend. Where are you
now, with a dollar in your pocket and
five or six fellows on your hands, only
one of whom you ever saw before, und
morally bound by custom and impelled
by false pride to ask them to joiu you in
a social glass.
.You can't get out of it; they know you
come in for liquor, and as your friend
introduced you and didn't invite, why
you must do tho honors and you ore glad
to see them (au infernal lie, by the way,]
and ask them up. If you aro known al
the bar, nil right; if not, you have tc
borrow of your friend. How's that'
Perhaps some of the party might asl
yon somo other time, but the chance;
aro they wouldn't know you from i
lmked npplo. A most absurd, dea3Y.-A\w
this "asking" iu connection with liq lor
Do wo ask, coax, prevail on acquaint
anees to go in and have neckties, glovet
or boots with us? Como in and Uko r
bottle of wino with me, men will say,
and take you by tho arm, and in you go.
Do they ever say, "Come in nnd have r
hat with me!" Are you continually i rod
to eat things! Do tit ey ask yon . ul
pocket-knives, lend pencils,, bava dvo(
tooth powder, paper I collars, or \V .?rt
las with them? No, this "asking out?
ness is confined to liquor. It iaJii.j'M
liberality, or a cust tva rather, tin.I CA
tends itself to no otfher article, if we ex
oept oysters and seguir?, but in these it i
Toko a party of s-ix Germans, who gi
in for their lager. abey sit down, an<
each ono drinks what hi wunts, and pay
for what be drinks. | Hi isn't forced am
bantered because ho ?Ijn't drink more
The same wi th Euglisl imen, Frenchmei
and all other peopbo on the face of th?
globe, except Amjericans. You kno\
how it would be with six of the latter
did they go in for! Inger. There wouh
be thirty-six glasses drank, or paid for
if not all drank, because each must "ask
the others. Humbug. Folly!
Imagine a caso liko this, did the "ask
ing" business extend beyond the con
lines of liqnor. Two gentlemen walkin,
up Broadway. One is attracted by a tiu
display of bottles-no boots, shoes, Sec.
in a window. "Bob, let's go in and hav
some boots." In they go, "Take hold
Bob. What's your fancy0" "Thau
you, Tom, bnt I hm not taking boot
jost now." "Oh, get in. Take hold
One pair won't hurt you." "No, excite
me, Tom." "Take something, Bot
Take home a pair of boots for your wife
Don't Bee me do this thing alone.
Bob comes down nnd takes a pair c
boots. It's no use, who could witbstan
Tom's appeal. - Temperance. Advocate.
Recently, at Lockport, N. Y., tin sen
of a juryman absent from the 8uprem
Court, was takon possession of by a dop
The Judge, addressing ouo of thc com
sel, said, "You see, Mr. Lanning, tim
the juryman's seats aro all occupied
Are you . ready to proceed?" Th
lawyer raised his glasses to his .eyl?
and after e. brief survey of tho jury-bos
Toado the witty reply: "Your honor, th;
fellow might do fora judge, but Tabou!
hate to trust hun for a juryman."
The following advertisement tppcnj
in a London paper: "A young lain v.h
has received a good education, cnujreai
and write, and is versed in good//ph y
history, music, dancing, and olea atar,
mathematics, wishes a situation iva rc
spectuble family as washer and lintier.
A young lady who prided herjlf 01
her geography, ??ting a candle jslanl
remarked thut it reminded lier th
"Leauing Tower of Pisa." "Y|A" re
sppnded a wag, "with this (liffojnee
that is a tower in Ituly. while t JJ is i
tower iu groase."
A SPIRITED REPLY.-A DOO) foll? v
rescued, half drowned, from r:v >r
wan asked to tuko some spirits ai. ft lier
"No, I thank you," replied he; hav<
had water enough already. I'll t'w
Prosperity tries the human hen witl
the deepest probe, and draws io ti.
hidden character. We struggle n<?.
versify, but success disarms us.
I ceive r
! is pial
a very f
HP ' Ito
Tricks "With MI rr on.
thor illusion of the same kind is
practiced at fahey fairs and ba
whon n ppeclator, lookiug into
[he supposes to bean ordinary look
lass, sees his companions instead of
If. Tho way in which this is ef
is very Bimple. A lookiug-glass is,
diagonally across a square box,
ertures in tho sides being so ar
_ that tho spectator dries not per
|that he is looking into a glass that
:ed at an angle. Of course the ex
r endeavors to show tho illusion to
ersons at once; oud if they aro
ors to each other, and of the oppo
x, a groat deal of fun is made ont
trick. A showman at Greenwich
ah immense harvest by showing
Bk mirrors-ono to all tho young
ho wished to seo their future hus
?md the other to all the young
ho wished to seo their future
Of COIUBO ho had a tolerably
>?>king malo and feninlo confeder
??lp him. With a couple of mir?
ed baek to back in a square case
pening on each side, tho illU
lill moro perfect, as on lookiug
ny of the holes tho box seems
[speaking head" trick is per
n this priuciple. When tho cur
awn up, tho audience perceive
rently living bead placed on a
ec-legged table, tho curtain at
of the stage being quite visible
the legs. By and by the bodi
rl which is generally painted in
ntnstic manner, begins to speak,
juestions, aud ends bj' singing
The trick is performed in the
? way: The spaces between the
[filled with a lookiug glass; con
tho spectators seo the rellec
he curtains at the s?fcx of the
ich aro made exactly like those
ack, thus giving tho table tho
ce of standing on three slim
h nothing between. Behiud
ing-glass there is of course
space for the body of the man
to tho magical head". The ox
naturully takes especial care
pass in front of the table,
tho lower pnrt of his body
reflected in mirrors.
that hp co1
but the so
the war, a1
a far distar
lived a gt
used to ca
to the tow
for tho sol
self that ho]
supply ti i
I nhl mi.V.. .'
I set up'a \?O|
BO, and ho
qm ntly '
snli for 100,
A KEAXJ j
to ask his
! little cup, ii
' ing nf tho
j crystal, spri
I draw (it y<
i churn! will
I Nest mu
I his tlilda,
. through ti
; his pustn
?? ni< nc*ed
j r.ot y st al
'? terin aft
' itarll sd
' comes i
the p* ;i|
liad }>i\.Mi Ll
for th - elmrl
OE-NAIL.-An industrious nail
mod Ohnerast, used to sit the
ny in his workshop, and ham
y so that the sparks flashed
out. Tho son of his rich
Mr. Von Berg, carno daily,
watched him for hours toge
and learn to make a nail for
s?ment, young master," once
nail-maker; "for who knows
it may sometime do yon."
young geutlemnu accepted
Ho sat down laughing at the
soon gained such dexterity
ld fiuish off a good servicea
il. The elder You Berg died ;
loBt all his property through
d went as a poor emigrant to
t village. In this village there
at many shoe-makers, who
ry much money for shoe-nails
i, aud often kuew not how to |
m on account of their extra- j
for through the whole dis
thousand shoes were malo
g Mr. Yon Berg, with whom
badly, now bethought him
tlhdcrstood very well the art
slw -nails, lio offered to
shoe-makers with nails in
if they would assist him to
k-shop. Thoy helped to do
oou maintained himself yery
jod, indeed," said ho, fro
kf a man can only make a j
irhis now renders me more
all my landed possessions, !
not have been offered for1
300 crowns." !
! CHARM.-A young farmer
he was getting poorer and
\ day. He went to a friend
advice. This friend, with a
face, said: "I know of a
.-ill cure all that; tako this
Ld drink from it every morn
rater you must get nt tho
But remember, you must
Jr self, ut 5 o'clock, or thc
|ing the farmer walked across
ir tho spring was at tho
of tho estate. Seeing a
leo WK which had broken
fence and wore feeding on
turned them out and
Ifence. Tho laborers were
d. When they carno loi
jieir proper time, they were
[ing master up so early.
ho, "I seo how it is; it
?iiug up in timo."
rising soon became a pica?
ps walk and cup of water
^appetite for breakfast, and
fere, liko himself, early at
w that the advice his friend
was good as it was simple,
that saved him was emly
Ie trail of a dear," ns a gen
rhen he trod on a lady's
speak truth; spend little,
SS 13 oe lal 2Sro-fci<o 68.
VBliOCIPUDB NOTICE.-in order to
meet the wants of several gentlenieu who aro
anxious to learn tho use of tho Velocipede, tho j
Ppropriotors of tho Bink will form a class for
PRIVATE instruction, where none hut mern- j
hors will be admitted. Persons desiring to i
join will leave their names at the Rink. Fee- j
t5. June 6 3*
N*. tu rc iv the Great Physician.-This is
now admitted by the medical profession as a
fundamental principle of healing science. It
is wisely provided by thu human ecouomy that
whenever anything is wrong in the physical
system the natural forces, of the body aro
brought to bear to expel tho disease. Tho
great aim, therefore, is to etrengtheu thu na?
tural powers. This has been kept in view by
the skillful compoundors of HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS, which operates to give
fresh vitality to all tho organs of tho body
The effect of this medicino upon thc stomach,
the liver and thc kidneys, is prompt and deci?
sive. The patient, who is wisc enough to quit
drugging and try the BITTERS, soon feels as
if he had taken a new lease of life, and as he
contilinos the uso of the article, he is over?
joyed to find tho streams of heal ?ll coursing
through bis fr mo. It is prepared with groat
care, and its component parts aro entirely
I vegetable, lt is free from tho"objections so
I often urged against, preparations ot the kind,
i As a MEDICAL AGENT it has no equal, while
j it-< pleasing flavor and healthful effects have
j made it a general favorite. It ii free from all
j properties calculated to impair tho eystom,
j and its operations are at tinco mild, soothing
and efficient. AR who have used llOSTET
TIC R'S STOMACH RITTERS atti et its virtues
and commend it to their friends.
Even those who are in the enjoyment of por
j feet health frequently havo need to have re?
course to tonics as preventivos of diaer.se. Wo
I are never too well arntetl against the assault?
j of "tho ills that flesh is heir to." In health or
? sickness Otis tonic cannot bo taken regularly
without giving vitality and elasticity to tho
system. Juno 2 t7
THE MARRIAGE RINO.-Essays on the
j Errors of Youth aud Follies of Ago in regard
to Social Evils, with certain help for thc erring
and Unfortunate. Sent In sealed letter enve?
lopes, free of charge Address HOWARD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
_May22 _ _ _3mo
AA-IMIIL.OSOPUY OE MARRIAGE.-A
NEW CoirnsK or LECTUUES, as delivered at the
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tho
subjects: How to Livu aud What to Live for;
I Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gene?
rally Reviewed; Tho Cause of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, Ac.
These lectures will be forwarded on receipt of I
i four stumps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimoro '
, Museum of Anatomy, 74 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. May G ly
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL (900,000.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Oi po?its of $1.00 anti Upwards Received.
MECHANICS, Laborers, Clerks, Planters,
Professional Men and Trustees can depo?
sit their Funds anti receive six per cent, inter?
est, compounded every six months.
GEV. WADE HAMPTON, President.
Coi.. J. B. PALMER. vice-President.
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
J. C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
Persons at a distance may send money by
Express. May 1
DR. T. ?7 MOORE,
IS now prepared to execute in the mos ?cien
tifio mannor all branches of his profession.
Teeth oxtracted without pain by uso of NI?
TROUS OXIDE GAS. Persona "desiring his
service would do well lo engage an hour. Oftieo
over Messrs. Bryan & McOarter's Bookstore,
Main street. Colombia, S. C. April ll .'Imo
.j ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
I) RS. REYNOLDS A REY?
NOLDS are proparsd to furnish
ARTIFICIAL TEETH on a
larger scab- than heretofore, and
I at rates much below tho usual charges.
: Their recent improvement, lately patented,
'constitutes thc highest order or uri in this
speciality, and is fully warranted. Dentures I
j constructed by this process possess many ad- |
I vantages over gold plate work, and > an be sup?
plied at about half the Cost ot' the latter,
j An examination of specimens, especially by
I those having experience in snell matters, ir* re'- i
I speetfullv invited. Ordin?re VULCANITE
i RUBRER SETS 125. The sante, strengthened ;
t by gobi bauds, 135. Terms each. April 30j \
DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for the I
P.iborul patronage ho has received from !
tho citizens of Ibis city and the surrounding!
District, (bit ing the past year, respectfully an?
nounces that, he now permanently establishes
himself in Columbia. All operations on the
natural Teoth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approved method,
carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
which he would call special attention to that
known as Reynold.)' Patent; and of bis suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this
beautiful and durable process, bc is enabled,
with confidence, to refer to his patients and to
the patentee. Oftice on Main street, over First
National Bank. Jan 8
CUT Y COUPONS, roooirablo for City Taxes,
J for sale hv_OREOG. PALMER A CO.
Pure Corn Whiskey.
OA PPLS. Pure Corn WHISKEY, for salo
?\J low to dealers. E. A G. D- HOPE,
Mav 1 Agents Old North State Diitilhiv.
New York Advertisements^
" IMPBOVBD F&EBCH BAH GE
nilAMUAIJ,, DBANB ?i CO.,
247 und 219 Water street, N. Y.
April 13_ 3mo
Needles and Fishing Tackle.
ANDREW CLERK & CO. respectfully inform
llio public nud their old customers, that
they Htill continua business in their old atore,
No 48 Maiden Lane, New York. Their assort?
ment of Fishing Tackle is the largtBt and most
completo of any ia tho Uuited States. They
aro a If o Hole Agenfs for tho Warrin Needle,
which, for tho last thirty year?, has enjoyed a
reputation for quality and uniformity of tem?
per superior to all others. March 21 ilmo
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
A y^W*^ THIS NEW and Commodious
A^ffc^^^ ROC SE, located coi nor Broad
Mi x'XjE???&L- WAJ a,1(1 Forty-second street,
?q.t i .Onfjggy*J N > ? w York, possesses ad van?
tages over all other houses, for the accommo?
dation of Its guests. It was built expressly for
a first-class family boarding bonne-tho rooms
being largo and cn suite, heated by steam
with hot and cold wator, and furnished Bccond
to nono; while tho culinary department ls in
tho most experienced hands, affording gucstH
an unequalled table. Ono of Atwood'? ratent
Elevatois is ulso among tho 'modera improve?
ments' and ut tho servico of guest s at all noars.
The broadway aud University Place Cara pas?
tho door every four minutes, running from thc
City Hall to Central Park, while thc Sixth and
Seventh Avonuo linos aro but a short block on
cither side, affording ample facilities for com.
municatiug with all depotH, steamboat land?
ings, places of amusement, and business of thc
great metropolis. MORE & HOLLEY,
March 19 (lino Proprietors.
WANTEO.-AGENTS-$75 to $200 pei
month everywhere, malo and female, tr
introduce the Genuino Improved Commor
Senso FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Thii
machino will stitch, hem, full, tuck, quilt, cord
bind, braid and embroidor, in a most Bupexioi
manner. Price only f 18. Fully warranted foi
five years. Wc will pay $1,000 for any niachim
that'will sew a strongor, more beautiful, oi
moro elastic seam than ours. It makes tin
"Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second stitel
can bo cut, and still the cloth cannot bo puller
.apart without tearing it. We pay agents fron
175 to tWM) per month and expenses, or a com
mission from which twice that amount can b
made. Address SECOMB A CO., Pittsburg
Pa., St. Louis, Mo., or Boston, Mass.
CAUTION.-Do not bo imposed upon b;
other parties palming off worthless cast-iroi
machines, under tho ?ame namo or otherwise
Oura is the only genuine and really practica
cheap machine manufactured. May 29 3mo
WANTED.-AGENTS-To sell the Aineri
can Knitting Machine Price $25. Th
simplest, cheapest and beat Knitting Machin
over invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches pe
minute. Liberal inducements to agents. Ad
dreBo AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO
Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
May 29 Smo
f*f\f \ BUSHELS COW PEAS for salo hr
OvyVy in quantities of twentv bushels o
more._ G.'D. HOPE.
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
?? GROSS SOLACE,
I 2 " Virginia Leaf-fresh from the Fa<
torv, for salo at the Ale and Lager Boer Depo
April 20 JOHN C. SEEG Kits.
Scythes and Grain Cradles.
?)rk DOZ. Griffin's Beat (HtAIN CRADLE!
sU\J o doz. fivo and six Finger Drain Cradli
At low prices for cash .T. tc T. R. AGNEW.
KIHI PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
THE roputation th
?^T'-i^fe. excellent medicine ei
x ^m\? ..' J? Joy*! is derived from i
*^ ^?anr ure truly murvellou
/J ?iii inveterate cases of Ser
JV. iS? fulous Disease, whe
&Ht*?m D 1 t&LJ1 the si r-tem seemed sn
^ urated with corruptio
A-^udSsta,,'. have- been purified ai
-TffiffigB ^B* cured by it. Scrofule
^iBifcjm^ iiffections anddisordc
which were aggravated by tho scrofulous co
lamination until they were painfully aftlictin
have boon radically enred in such great nm
hers in almost every section of the counti
that the public scarcely need to be informed
its virtues or uses.
Scrofulous poison isfMic of the mont tloatrt)
five enemies of our race. Often, this unse
and unfelt tenant of tho organism uudorinin
tho constitution, and invites the attack of e
fcebling cr fatal diseasc-s, without exciting
suspicion of its presence. Again, it seeniH
breed infection throughout the body and thc
on some favorable occasion, rapidly dove]
into one or other of its hideous forms, etti
on the surface or among tho vitals. In t
latter, tubercles may be suddenly deposited
thc lungs or heurt, or tumors formed in t
liver, or it shows itH prenence by ?ruptions
thc skin, or foul ulcerations on borne part
the body. Hence thc occasional ilse of a hoi
Of tbi.- SARSAPARILLA is advisable, cv
when no active symptoms of disease app<
Person* Afflicted with the followingeoniplaii
generally lind immediate rolicf. sud at lea;
cnn . by tho use or iliisS.I USA I'A lil LLA:
Anthon ?j's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, >
l;lu uni. Scald Head. Ringworm, Sort Ey
Sure Kurs and olin r eruption* or vieillie for
of ycrqfWoti* disease. Also, in tho more ci
coaled forms, ns Dyspepsia, Ilropsy, Heart I
ease, Fils, Epilepsy, Neuralgia and the vari?
///<.. rous affections of the muscular ins! in
Syphilis Ot Venereal and Mercurial l)i.sen
are mired by it, though along time it- reqtii
for subduirg theso obstinate maladies by i
medicine. Rut long continued usc of this i
dicina will enre tin: ootnplsint. Leucorrhieit
Whiles, Uterine Ulcerations, and Fannie !
eases, are commonly soon relieved tod ti
mately cured by its purifying and invigorat
offect. Minute directions in each caso Rre foi
in our Almanac, supplied grut is. Uheumat
and dont, whon caused by accumulations
extraneous mattel H in lite blood, yield quit
to it, as also Liter Complaints, Torpidity, <
gestion or Inflammation of the Liver una .in
dice, when arising, as they often do, from
rankling poisons io tho blood. This SAR,
FA HILL A m a great restorer for the strep
and vigor of tho system. Those who aro /.
gu'ul and Listless, I)tsj>on<lent, Sleepless i
troubled with Xcrcnus Apprehensions or Fa
or any of tho nffectirms symptomatic of Wi
ness, will find immediate relief and couvim
evidence of its restorative power upon tris
FR EPA It EJ) BY
Dr. J, C. A Y KU Ac CO., bowell, Mas*
Practical and Analytical Cliemisls.
April 2 +5n:
THF. UNDERSIGNED ?8 agent for A. J.
Moren A Hon's justly celebrated Soda
Water Apparatus, consisting of marble
draught stands, eilvcr plated draught stands,
generators, fountains, Ac, which will bo sohl
at manufacturer?' priceB, with freight only
added. DeHcriptivo price list and Catalogne
?cut to any address. Choice Syrups and all
material? required in the manufacture of Soda
Water conutantlv on hand.
E. H. GARDNER,
May fi lin _Charleston. R C.
Economy in Fuel and Lahor.
SINCE our introduction of tho Improved
Kerosene STOVES, they have steadily
I gained in public favor, and aro now used not
I only for various culinary purposes, but also
I for PRESERVING FRUITS. DISTILLING
ROSE WATER, PREPARING LARD, Ac. In
tho Nursery and Sick Room, they aro invalu?
able. Dentists, Chemist? and Manufacturers.
I and others who need PORTARLE HEATING
APPARATUS, will find them admirably adapt?
ed to their want?.
A large supply of tho above, and also of tho
superior GAS STOVES, on hand and for sale
at manufacturer's prices, wholesale and retail,
by J. B. DUVAL A SON,
No. ?I37 King st., ouc door North Liberty
April 8 ?3mo Charleston, S. C.
?T ames ZEES. Spear*
233 King street, Opposite Uascl,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CAN BE FOUND a good selection of
Fine WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER,
1 PLATED WARE and FANCY GOODS;
SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES, to suit all
ages. Masonic Emblems, Jewels and Regalia,
on hand and mado to O'dcr.
Watches, Jowelry, etc., carefully repaired.
Diamonds and other precious stones set to
G. W. Jalhro, formerly of Greenwood, S. (.'.,
can lie found at the above establishment, and
will bo pleased to ace his friends.
April 8 Limo
J*k- I JML H7L ' ?
Saracenia; or, Fly Trap Bitters.
11HE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, for
Dyspepsia, and Nervous Disorders, Gene?
ral Debility, Ac; prepared by
G. W. A I M A R ,
Chemist and Druggist, Charleston.. S. C.
SAVANNAH, GA., March 3, 1867.
Mu. G. W. AisiAn-Dear Sir: A member of
my family, suffering long from Dyspepeia, has
experienced moro relief trom your ''Saracenia
Bitters," than from any other medicino eho
has ever tried. It is most excellent for invigo?
rating tho system and creating an appetite. I
regard it as decidedly the most beneficial of all
Yours, very respectfully,
N. J. DABRELL.
Sold by all Druggists. Goncral Agentp,
RISLEY A Co., 141 Chambers street, New York.
L. E. CORDRAY. C. A. TROUCHE.
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
XO. 2 PRITCHARD STREET,
OPPOSITE J V. TAVT.OU * CO.'S MACHINE SlIOrS?
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?J ASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, al
,0 wavM on hand.
Made up at short notice, and at thc
Ar>ril 13 LOWEST TEIIMS. _}3mo
NOTE.-We would call the particular atten?
tion of our friends to tl o above card. P. P.
TOALE has a large Factory, and such facili?
ties as enablo bim to supply tho boat work of ;
his own make at low prices. * A very large and
complete assortment alwavs on hand, at lifo
Factory, HORLBECK's WHARP, noar North?
eastern Railroad Depot, Charleston, S. C.
N. R.-Orders *>om the country solicited,
and strict at tent io paid to chipping in gool
order. April fi tty
Saw Sharpener and Deepener,
For Gang and Circular Sate Milts.
HAVING purchased the Patent Right for
Un- State of South Carolina, for the
above, we ar? now prepared to till orders for
The advantages nf Ibis Machino are econo?
my, desi ateh and perfection in keeping all
kinds nf Saws m perfect order.
Hy its us.-, the teeth of thc Saw art kept at
a li ll i form depth, angle and size.
Fully one fourth and betti r lumber can be
cut per day where this Machine id ttsej, the
Sawn running straighter, freer, faster and cut
A Saw can bs sharpened lu five minutes, and
in tim mont perfect manner. The price of the
Machino can bo saved In a few months in the
cost of lilts ami labor. For further informa?
tion atq.lv to CHISHOLM BROTHERS,
Mav I ? ftn'J Charleston, S. 0.
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE
Agricultural and Mechanical Magazine.
(Official Organ of the South Carolina State Ag?
ricultural rr n ii Mechanical Society.)
AT an early dato, the subscribers will pub?
lish the first number of a Monthly Maga?
zine, devoted to tho development of tho mate?
rial interests of this State, and tho whole
South; and will distribute "?.OOO copies gratuit?
ously, so that every one may seo what it is be?
fore subscribing. They intend to makn it the
best andihandsomost industrial magazine ever
published at the South, and they ask thc cor?
dial co-operation of every good citizen in this
enterprise, which must redound to thc public
welfare. Person? wishing copies of tho ilrst
number, will please uend their address to
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
May 9 12 Charleston, S. C.
I inuuipuj aaa iaiiumuy attended to.
J. N. ROBSON. Commission Merchant,
NOS. 1 AND 3 ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING amp'o means fur advances, a busi?
ness experience of twenty year?, and
conlining himself strictly to a COMMISSION
BUSINESS, without operating on bia own ac?
count, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc.
Shippers of Produc? to bim mav, at their
optiou, have their consignments sold either in
Charleston or Now York; thus having tho ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
Bit-hop W. M. Wightman, S. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, N. C.; Pev. T. 0. Summers,
Tennessee; Hon. John 1*. King, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. Georgo W. Williams .V Co., Charles?
ton, S. C.; Messrs. Williams, Tavtor A Co.,
New York. April 28 fly
SOFA WARBRO 0 MS/*
175, 177 and 179 King Sh eet,
DANIEL HrS??i'COX, -
KEErS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, a larg jj!
and well selected assortment of JU
G a b in e t Furnitur^Hj
OF TUR LATEST ANO (
MOST APPROVED STYL?
Which ho offers at prices that cannot fuBJ
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SEO
OF EVE Ii Y J) ESCH lb'TWX. ?j
Thc Pest Assortment ever/offered in 1
market. J .?OW
N. B.-Goods carefully packvd for jf?J
M ireh V.) / 4km
SILVER rnd PLATEO MU?E, fcTECTA- ,
('LI'S AM? KV F G I AH^EMJHpfrf.'.t variety,
with the best'quality jBJrTlOOP?C LEI |
Cameos, Ditmon-'i .niWnrecious .jjtoneagj
moun ed t>> ord-r. .?* Tfi* ALI.Api, ^?.
307 King sf et t. Marleston, Si. O. |l
_April21 ____ jtSm^i
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ILL PISHASU l-l TUE
STOMACH AND LIVER. C
Tnrv A ti E t:r .?M?n:v:-.i> nv TUB
MEDICAL FACULTY. S
?r O O.,
Aovsrs, xi:ir VO/.-A. BHMOV
Manufactured by C. F. PANMPP*
CHiatlST ACT AS07EECAST, '
CHARLB8TO 1ST, S. C.
?&'For Sale by Jirttygtat? Every toft ere.~\?&
_" . ._ _?lL>1
STOLL, WISH II ct co.,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
?87 ... . 289
Domert ie Store. | KISO KT?' | LacoStcfo.
Feb2T CHAP.I.I STON, S. C. I,1*"
P U M P S
TgVr.l.YRODY v?!i. 1 r.?
hotild . ny
MOR PELL.S I IRE ?.Nr.,*.
Send ti'i a circular,
POOLE A HUNT,
Jan 13 Om o Baltimore, Maryland.
c?io AAA CHARLOTTE AND SO. CA.^
flt>?>?* H/U RAILROAD PONDS, M
$5,000 Colombia and Augusta Railroad Rnnd?M|
$20.000 South Carolina ?RH
?l.nOO Citv of Wilmington Ponds, /?
$?,W,0 '** ? Memphis "
$6,000 New State Bonds, ^LfW
$3,000 City of Columbia. C nipona, ttk^^ ?
For sale by PREGO, PALMER?B&O. M.
Billiard Tables for Sa?e. ?
_ Ttvn fl,,?, BiLLIARD TABLJ? ti
temir-r^Trrrrff?n Completo OI'dtT, Mill biC SEld
Tg8sr??~|j?'^SIate Bf dding, will; Ra'.!-- .dtp
V.m% Lati.lL?^- and Conutets inen'-!-Sup j
,V Griftii h's make. Will be sold low dffat J
P\ST DUE COUPONS and Pnnd?^fl