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COLUMBIA,: S. C.. SUNDAY MORN1N?; J?NE fcO. ?869
YOL. V-NO. 79
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1 promptly and faitlifiillv n.tipn?lp/t m
Tl|e Pence Jubilee In Bonton, wi J
This great musical event, ^hick ojr^eSied
to all the world in Boston on Tuesday,
IIRB received the critican consideration ol
many of the newspaper correspondente,
and among the rest that of the New York
Tribune, whose' account seems to be
calm and jadicions, notwithstanding the
hubbub and universal din of the occa?
sion and ita surroundings. The writer
The viow of the stage ns you entered
waa, highly imposing. There was . a
grandeur in that coniPoct muss of more
than 10,000 hu hi ?rn beings rising rank
above rank, in solid order, with the great
organ pipes towering above them in tho
back-ground, and ; tho monster drum,
eight feat in diameter, and colored a
brilliant scarlet, irising ont of the middle.
The view from the opposite direction
was not so pleasant, for tho seats filled
very slowly, and: ;?t no time wa? thc
building more than threo-fonrths full.
The Hon. A. H. Rico had prepared o
very long speech, and . sent it to the
newspapers iu advance, but he deliver od
only a little bit \of it, for it canie to his
ears that he-would be coughed and clap?
ped down if lie spoke longer than ten
minutes. At the first' symptoms of im?
patience, which. took the form of loud
and long applause in the middle of o
sentence, he wound up, and tho business
pf the afternoon began. .Mr. Gilmore,
the originator and principal organize!
of the jubilee, took the stand amid ap?
plause which .' bordered upon frenzy
People shouted, and waved their hand
kerchiefs, in at way which would knv<
astonished Ne xv'York, and in calm, phi
los?phical B.?ston, seemed little short o
insanity; but during this week, ns ha;
been said before, Boston means to bo in
sane. Many'other favorites hada sinai
lar, reception. There was a grand hp
roar, for iustauce, when Ole Bull tool
his seat with' the- orchestra, to play th*
first violin, Carl R?sa playing beside him
there was a wild enthusiasm for Madam
Luther's', famous choral, the openin?
.piece, sung by nearly 10,000 voices, wit!
the string orchestra ami orgau, was don
with, great precision, and eeemod to sel
tie tho doubtful questiou whether so larg
a compauy could be brought to sing tc
gether without producing a mero babe
of noise. Tlie hymn of peace and "M
Country, 'tis of Thee," also wentsmootl
ly, and'iu.general,'I may say, that hil th
jEuow music was successful. But I cannc
pronounce the experiment of thu jubile
as altogether satisfactory. Near the sing
the noise -was certainly, loud enough? bu
people at the fart lier end of tho buildin
aid not find the din quite as awful j
they expected it. To a person sitting i
the front row of the. balcony, opposil
the stage, the music was unexpeoted)
weak in its. effect, 10,000 voices iu th
Coliseum sound no moro powerful tba
500 would sound in Steinway Hall. It :
a mistake that the number of singer,
beyond n certain limit-, adds anything 1
the impression-, on. the audience, if tl
space over which their voices have 1
spread is too muoh enlarged, ftilst yea
1,000 people sang at the Handel nu
Haydn festival in the Boston Music Hal
and produced a much greater effect tba
the 10,000 who sang here to-day. Bi
sides, when you have roany thousam
together, especially if they have r
hearsed in squads instead of all at ouc
it is impossible to make them sing del
cately so long as they scream their loni
est. It is all right, provided they ul
scream their bio west; but the soft pa?
ages are apt to be too soft, aud tl
quick ones are confused. It was pr
dieted that even if all sung exactly
time it would be a failure, because soul
does not travel with sufficient velocity f
all the voices to reach the ear at tho san
instant. This ha3 proved to be tm
though not to such a troublesome este
as was feared. The chorus is pack
closely, yet it covers au area of abo
300 feet square-that is to say, the voie
of the rear ranks have 300 feet furth
to travel than the voices in the front ran
and if both start precisely at the sac
moment, one will come in a fifth o:
second after the other. This interval
time, ?short as it is, can be appr?ci?t
by the ear, and tho least lagging on t
part ot thosfc distant singers aggravai
the difficulty to a distressing degrt
lu the. quicker movements of the ohori
from Mozart's Mass, everything geeui
agpg.. In the "Star-Spangled Bannei
.too, there was frequent confusion.
.The features of the day, howev
were the "Anvil Chorus," "The St
Spangled Banner" and "My Count:
'tls'ofThee," accompauied by every ct
ceivablo device for making a noise. I
the first, there marched in one hund?
firemen in red shirts and white cap
and placod themselves, with sledge ha
mer in hand, by the side of ono hund?
anvils. The enthusiasm which this p
formauce aroused, I eau scarcely
scribe. A typical Bostonian beside
jumped up in his excitement, and opi
ed au umbrella. At proper intervah
battery of twelve pieces of artillery, s
tionod just outside the doors,' and <
charged by electrical wires, manipula
by a member of Ibo orchestra, lent so
rous voices to tho uproar, and in thee
bells, rung by similar scientific ap
anees, warned all tho towns of what
To bo sure, the artillery to us ins
sounded something like the clapping
cellar doors, and the smoke came poor
inc !?, and the bells we did not hear at I
all, but it was all very grand and noisy, I
and as the roof did not come off. nor the j
Scopio near the stage flee in dismay nnd '
eafness, Mr. Gilmore may congratul?t?
himself upon a grand success. It was
not very good music, but St was not meant
: to bo that.
I The New York Stitts correspondent
' says: '
! "Looked nt critically, nnd from a mu?
I 8?col point of view, it was not by auy j
'means.a great success. There was not a '
singlo piece performed that was not |
marred by conspicuous blemishes. The !
'fact is that tho chorus* was BO vast as to!
be- unmanageable; so wns the orchestra. |
Thoro was a noteworthy lack of precision
and of unity. Teu thousand singers can?
not be held together; aud 'vet the effects
produced, wejre o? tho most excitiug na?
ture.. Everything was on the most runs-,
'sive scar?; the band numbered 1,000, tho
endrus 10,000, and the audience about
14,000. " , " '
,y A despatch irom Boston,-dated the !
17th, ?aye: , r
Tbe.OoHsetfm for au hour prior to j
the conoert to-day was crammed, and the
management was compelled to dose the
doors. Tho programme comprised
mainly patriotic and popular selections.
Parepa-Rosa sang an aria from "Robert. "
The anvil' chorus was giveu, and au
; original triumph overture on American '
j national airs by C. C. Converse, of
j Brooklyn, was performed.
J A grand military runreb, performed by 1
I 1,000 instruments, was finely given. !
j The "Star Spangled Banner,"* sung by
? Parepa, with full chorus, was repeated
iu responso to enthusiastic calls. The !
performance closed with singing "Old;
f Hundred" by the whole chorus, accota- '
I panied by all tue instruments nnd ar?
tillery, the audience joining. 50,00 J,
i people were outside the building, nuable .
, to gain admittance. The ball to-night
j was a successful and brilliant affair.
j PUB?CTT OF KxoWLEDC-E IN" A DAW ,
j MILL.-Last Monday, a Gorman called j
' nt Gopdhue, Andrews & Co.'s saw mill ;
i' to gaze in wonder at the various and com- '
I plicatevl machinery. Among other things \
'. that he saw was a small circular saw, -
i sawiug faster than anything he ever saw :
i saw before. Its rapid motion fascinated
bim; he reached Out his, right index fin- !
ger toward its iii-defined periphery 1 (for ,
the circumference of a saw in sw iit mo- ;
jtiou looks to be at the base bf the teeth, .
j and not at their points.) when to his sur- (
j prise the end of his ringer disappeared .
,in an instant, and rolled away to the
j other side of the saw. The man tied up
I the stump iu his handkerchief, where
i upon, Mr. Andrews, noticing bim, came
I up and inquired what was the matter.
The viotim of misplaced contidenoe re?
plied: "Mistber Andrews, I never comes
to see your mills pefore. I seed dis tiug
going around so fast, I takes mine vin
fer to bim, like dis, aud, mein CoU!"
n explaining his first mishap, the Ger?
man touched the saw with, his left fore?
finger, and that flew off. Turning to
Andrews in almost breathless astouish
! mont, the man ' exclaimed: "Mistber
j Audrews, I never comes to see your mills
j pefore; I aee him; I never comes to see
?.him again!" Aud wrapping that finger
? in his handkerchief, lie started for a doc?
I Floyd County (luxea) Gazette.
Two SIDES TO TUE PICTURE.-For
several days past, in honor of General
Grant and party, West Point hus been
the scene o. an unusual grogramme of j
: balls, parades, suppers, xe. ; and to-day
I the President will bo tho lion at the Bos
? ton Peace Jubilee, where a thousand
j trumpets, bassoons, drums, fife3, fiddles,
?c., and ten thousand voices aud a hun?
dred pieces of artillery will join a chorus
o? the blessings of pence. This is one 1
side of tho picture. Turning over to the |
other side, at Cuba, we find all tho hor- j
rora of war in full blast-a war of mutual '
j extermination between the Spaniards and
Cubans-and this, too, when a proclania
tiou of belligerent righto in favor of the
Cubans by the President of the United
States is all that is wanted to change this
war to peace. Why, then, is not this
proclamation issued ? Wo must rofer the
i iuquiring reader to Secretary Fish. He
knows, or ought to know, tho reason
i why. No outside philosopher can
fathom it.-New York Herald.
DEATH TN A CHERCH.-.-The Darlington
(S. C.) Democrat, ot the 16th instant, re?
lates the following caso of sudden death
in n church at Titnmonsville on last Suu
At Timmousville, last Sunday, during
divino service in tho Methodist Chur Ai,
just as the congregation was singing tho
last lines of the last hyinu, Mrs. Powers,
wife of Thomas Powers, and grand?
daughter of the late Rev. Wm. Brockiu
ton, fell from her seat with an infant in
her arms. Her lady friends went to her
relief at onco, and found that lifo had
ceased with her. The infant lives-but
the mother 13 in the grave. Thc Rev.
Mr. Jones, the Pastor, had just closed
au impressive sermon on the frailty of
human lifo-thc certainty of death, and
tho uncertainty of the time of its ap?
proach, as is that of tho thief at night,
t Wo loam that there was no nnusuul ox
I citement. Tho facts are, as wo stato
j them, from au eye-witness. Wo aro rc
' joioed to add that Mrs. Powers was an
1 exemplary meinbor of the church.
HOW IIO?TETTEK'S BITTERS CIUK
DYSPEPSIA-THE WHOLE STORY IN A
NUT-SHELL.-Tho offico of the. stomach is to
convert the food into a cream-like semi-fluid,
caned'chyme'. This ls effected partly by the
action of a solvent, called the gastric juice,
which exudes from the coating ortho stomach,
and partly hy a mechanical movement Of that
organ, which churn*, as it were, tho dissolving
aliment. The chyme pa?ses from the at?tnach
into thc duodenum, or entrance to the bowels,
where it is subjected to the action of tho bile,
and thc nutritions portion of it converted into
a fluid called chyle, which eventually becomes
Now, it is evident that if'the great solvant,
the gastric Juice', la not produced in sufficient j
quantity, or if the mechanical action-of the sto
mach ie not- sufficiently brisk, tb*) first process
Cf digestion 'will'be but imporfeotly performed.
It'(Valso ol?'ar that if the liver, which l?lays
such an important part in changing thaHOu
rishing portion of the chyme into t"hfe material
of the 'blood, is congested, or in any unnatural
condition, tho second process will not be tho
ro?ghTy ?cco'mp?iWeuT 'Tn?'r?syxft_Trf;tlitrtwo
failure.? is dyspepsia, complicated wich bilious?
The mode in which HOSTETTER'S BIT?
TER'S operate in such-oases ?8/VnV-*^?*?oy in*
vigoratethe'Cellular- membrana ott th* '-sto
mach. which evolves..the gastric juice, thereby
insuring an ample sufficiency ot thc fluiel to
completely dissolve tho food. They aldo act
upon the nerves of tho stomach, causing an
acceleration of the mechanical movement ne?
cessary to reduce the food to a homogenous
mass. They also act specifically upon tho
liver, strengthening it, and so onabling it to
produce au ample and regular supply of bile,
tor the purpose of converting the nutritions
particles ol the chyme into chyle, and promote
tiie pacsage through tho bowels o' ike Useless
In thia way, HOSTETTEB'S BITTERS cure
dyspepsia a:nl liver complaint. The explana*
'ion is p.aiu, simple, philosophical and true.
Juue 17 ttl
if ^PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGE-A
NEW Coe RSC or LECTvnES, tis delivered at the
New York Museum of Anatom; , embracing thc
subjects: Hov.-to Live un i What tc Live for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood (gene?
rally Revit wed; The Cause of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nerven? Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, ic.
These lectures Will be forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum pi Anatomy, Tl West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. May G ly
THE MARRIAGE RING-Essays on the
Error* oi Youth and Follies cf Age in regard
to Social Evils, with certain help for the erring
and unfortunate. Sent in seal?d letter euro*
lopes, free of charge. Address HOWARD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
May 22 3mo
MRS. 0. E. REED has opened
for inspection the finest assort?
ment of French, English and
American Ladies5 HATS, BON?
NETS, FLOWER8 AND RIB?
BONS, ?cc, the beat and cheapest
ever offered to tho Ladies of Co?
lumbia and the surrounding
Several cases of Ladies, Miss.ee and Boyu'
EATS AND CAPS, from 25 cents up. Hair
Braids, Waterfalls, Curls, Switches. Coila, Ac.
Couutry Merchants will find it to their ad?
vantage to give me a call, aud seo for them
selves. Fresh arrivals every day. Hits, Bon?
nets, ic, by thc case or dozen, will bc acid
Bridal Wreaths and Veils ol every descrip?
tion, Jewelry, etc
Having first class Milliners, wa aro prepared
to execute all orders with neatness and de?
spatch. Main Street, Columbia, opposite
Ilopson ,V Sutph6u'a. March 2S 3mo
~NOW ?SY?UR LAST CH?NC?T"
SELLIXG OFF AT AXD BELOW COST!
Don't mi?Sthia week It is your best chance
of buying the following articles low, for cash:
SPECTACLES, etc., etc.
Also on hand, an assortment of
Gold and Silver Spangles.
At I. SULZBACnER'S:
June 8 Sign of Green Spectacles.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Cabinet Furniture, &c.
Warf rooms Mair, st.. South of Washington.
IHRMniMU IN addition to tho ubual full
gJj^iUjjfflsupply of House Furnishing
wjB*-?------Bfl?Goi>d.s in his Iii;-, is in receipt
of a lino of PARLOR AND J ED-ROOM FURNI?
TURE, which in style and elegance of finish, as
we., as cheapness auel durability, cannot be
surpassed in any market South of Baltimore.
Call and examine for yourselves. Orders for
FUNERALS, either in country or city, will bu
Attended to promptly. Furniture made to
order. Particular attention given to Repair?
ing, Packing and Jobbing. May i?
UR. W. H. Tl'TT'S
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIOHT,
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dve, For salo bv
Keb 87 ly_E. E. JACKSON.
SOME dealers in this city have boen in doubt
that I could hold cut supplying them with
Boer this summer. I now inform the? public
that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beet
on hand, which I put against any Beer brought
from the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it bv thc Beer Beale.
Juno 10 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
New York Mrar^em?nts.
BHAJIHAU, ?r,A.\F. ?t CO.,
?17 and 240 Water stroet, N. >*.
April 13_. . ' , . . 3?io
Needles and Fishing Tackle.
i A NDREW OLEEK&CO. respectfully inform
J\. tho pul>iic and their old customers, that
they still continue business in the?r'old store,
?o 48 Maiden Lane, New York. Their assort?
ment of Fishing Tackle is thc largest and nf oat
complete of any in the UnitedStates. They
ara also Solo Agents for the Warrin Needle,
which, for the last thirty vears, has enjoyed a
reputation for quality and uniformity of t?m
pM"airperiOT to all otb era. March 21 8m 6
[~ ST. CLdUR &0TEL;1 . :
THIS NEW and Commodious
HOUSE, located corner Broad?
way and Forty-second street,
New York, possesses adran-1
ta gee ov&r all other housos, for the accommo?
dation of its guests. It was huilt expressly for
a,-first-class tardily boarding house-the rooms
being largo and en suite, heated by' steam
with hot and cold -water, and furnished second
to noue; while the culinary department is in
tho most experienced hands, affording guOBts 1
an unequalled table: One of Atwood's Patent |
Elevai or s is also among the 'modern improve?
ment*' and at tho service of guest s at all hours.
Tho Broadway and University Tl ace Cars pass
the doororetv four minutes, running from the
City H?lito Central Fark, while tho 6ixth and
Seventh A von ne lines are but a short blocken
either.side, affording ample facilities .for com.
munic'ating with all dopote, steamboat land?
ings, places of amusement and business of thc
great metropolis. MORE & HOLLEY,
March 10 oma Proprietors.
FOR Pl'UIPYfXG THE ?1.000.
THE reputation thia
excellent medicino cn
I joye, is derived from its
'cures, many of which
are truly marvellous;
inveterate cases of Scro?
fulous Disease, where
tho system scented, sat?
urated with corruption,
have been purified and
"cured by it. Scrbf ulous
which were aggravated by the scrofulous con?
tamination until they were painfully afflicting,
have been radically cured in such great num?
bera in almost evory. section of tho country,,
tbat^tho public scarcely need to he imbrmed of
its virtues or use?.
Scrofulous poison is ono of the most destruc?
tivo enemies of our race. Often, thia unsccu
and unfelt tenant of tho organism uudoxmines
t'.ic constitution, and.invites thc attack.of en?
feebling or fatal diseases, without exciting a
suspicion of its presence. .Again, it seems to
bradd infection throughout the body and then,
on tome favorable occasion, rapidly , develop
i?to one or other of its hideous for mu, either
on tho surface or among the 'vitals. In the
latter, tubercles may be suddenly deposited in
tho luugs or heart, or tumprs termed in the
liver, or it shows its presuueo by eruptions on
the skin, or foul ulcerations on somo part of
the bod v. Hence tho occasional use of a bottle
of thia' SARSAPARILLA ia advisable, even
when no activo sympt?me of disease appear.
Persons afflicted with tho following complaints
generativ dud immediate relief, and at'length
euro, hy the nae of ihioSARSAPARJLLA: St.
Anthony's Fire, Hose or Erysipelas, Tatter. Sall
Rheum, Scald Head, Rinytrorm, Sore Eyes,
Sore Ears and other eruptions or vieiblo forniB
of Swofidous disease. Aleo, in the more con?
cealed "forms, as Dyspepsia. Dropsy, Heart Lis
case, Fits, Epilepsy, Neuralgia and the various
Ulcerous affections of the muecular and nerv-1
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases
are cured by it, though a long time is required
ior subduing theee obstinate maladies by any
medicine. Butlong continued lise Of "this me?
dicine will cure the oomplaiut. Leucorrhcr.a or
Whites, Uterine Ulcerations, and Female Dis?
eases, are commonly soon relieved and ulti?
mately cured bv its purifying and invigorating
effect," Minxite directions in each case are found
in our Almanac, supplied gratis. Jihethxatism
aud (?ont, when caused by accumulations of
extraneous mattera in the blood, yield quickly
to it, as also Liter Complaints, Torpidity, Con?
gestion o^In?apinuUfpn of the Liver txud Jaun?
dice, when arising, ae tUay often do, from the
rankling poisons tu tho blood. This SARSA?
PARILLA is a great restorer for tho strength
and vigor of tho system. Those who are lan?
guid and Listless, Despondent, Sleepless and
troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears,
or any of the affections symptomatic of Weak?
ness, will find immediate relitf and convincing
evidence ot its restorative power upon trial.
PREPARED BY '
Or. J. C. AYER ?b CO., Lowell, Ulai?.,
Practical and Analytical Cfirmists.
April 2_v tSuio
TTTA.VTF.D-AGENTS-t75 to $200 per
VV mouth everywhere, male and female, to
iutroduco the Genuine Improved Common
Souse FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Ibis
machine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord,
bind, braid and embroider, ID a ino^t ?superior
manner. Trico only ?18. Fully warranted for
tlve years. We will pay f 1,0(0 for auv machine,
that"will sow a stronu;er, more beautiful, or
more elastic scam titan ours. Itt makes tho
"Elastic Lock Stitch." Evory second stitch
eau be cut, aud still the cloth caunoi be pulled
apart without tearing it. Ve pay agents from
$75 to ?2v>0 per month and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twice thai amouutcan be
made. Address SECOMB ? CO., Pittsburg,
Pa., St. Louis, Mo., or Boston, Maes.
CAUTION.-Do not bo .imposed upon by
other parties palming off worthless cast-iron
machines, under the *r.me uame or otherwise.
Ours is tho only genuine and really practical
cheap machine rmuiu factored._May 20 Sum
WANTED.'- AGENTS-To soil tbo<Ameri
cau Knitting Machine. Price ?25. Tho
simplest, choapeet and heat Knitting Machine
cvor invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per
minute. Liberal inducements to agent*. Ad
drC3fi AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO.,
Boston. Mass., or St. Louie, Mo,
May 29_3inn '
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
(\ GROSS SOLACE,
V.) 2 " Virginia Leaf-froth from the Fac?
tory, for sale at tho Ale and Lager Beer Depot.
April 20_ JOHN C. JHSE(? ERM.
Scythes and Grain Cradles.
?yf\ DOZ. Griffin's Best GRAIN CRADLES,
j?j\J ? doz. five and six Finger Gra.;n Cradles
At lew nrires for cash J. kT. R. AGNEW.
flf\f \ BUSHELS COW PEAS for sale low
UUv/ in quantities of twenty bushels or
more. E. ? G. D. HOPE.
nhnE UNDERSIGNED ia agent fer A. J.
JL Mooree & Son's justly celebrated Soda
Water Apparatus, consisting of marble
draught stands, silver plated draught stand?,
generators, fountains, io.', which will bo told
at manufacturers' prices'; with freight only
added. Descriptive price list and catalogue
sent to any address. Choice SyrnpB and all
.materials required in tho manufacture of Soda
Water constantly on hand.
E. H. GARDNER,
1 May G if8_Charleston, ft. C.
. Economy in Fuel and Labor.
SINCE our introduction of tho Improved
Kerosene 8TOVE8, they Have steadily
gained in public favor; and nrc now used not,
only for various eulin arv purposes, but also
lor PRESERVING FRUITS.. DISTILLING
ROSE WATER, PREPARING LARD, ic. Ir,
tho Nureory and Sick Room, they are Invalu?
able. Dentists, Chemists and Manufacturers,
and others who need PORTABLE HEATING
APPARATUS, will find them admirably adapt?
ed to their wants. t
A largo supplv of tho above, and alsopf tho
superior GAS STOVES,' on hand and for salo
nt manufacturer's prices, wholesale and retail,
by J. B. DUVAL i SON,
No. 337 King st., one door North Liberty
April3j3mo ' Charleston, 8. C.
?Tames El- Spear
235 King street, Opposite Hasel, .?
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I-O in- i
CAN BE FOUND ra good selection of
Fine WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER,
?PLATED WARE and FANCY GOODS;
JTACLES and EYE-GLASSE8, to suit all
ages. Masonic Emblems, Jewels and Regalia,
on hand and m ado to order.
Watches, Jowolry, etc, carefully repaired.
Diamonds, and other precious stones set to
G. W. Jathro, formerly bf Greenwood, 8. C.,
can bo found at the>"above establishment, and
will bo pleased to seo his friends.
Saracenia; or, Fly Trap Bitters.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, for
Dvspcpsia, and Nervous Disorders, Gene?
ral Dcbilitv, ic: prepared by
G. W. AIM AR,
Chemist and Druggist, Charleston, 'ff. C. .
SAVANNAH, GA., March 3, 1867.
Mn. O. W. Ara AK-Dear Sir: A member ot
my family, suffering long from Dyspepsia, has
experienced more rolief Irom your "Saracenia
Bitters," than from any other medicine she
has ever tried. It is moat excellent for invigo?
rating tho system and creating au appetite 1
regard it as decidedly tho most beneficial ol' nil
dyspeptic remedies. ,
Yours, very respectfully,
fc?; J. DARRELL.
Sold by nil Druggists. Gcnerab Ageuts,
RISLEY i Co., Ul Chambers street, Kew lurk
April 9_ : . ?_' tly
L. E. CORDRAY. * C. A. THOUCHE
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDBAY - fr. CO.,
X?. 2 PRITCHARD STREET, ?
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR i CO.'S MACHINE SHOPS
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SASHES; GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, ai
v.-uv s on hand. .
Made np at short notice, and at the
April 13 LOWEST TEHMS._j3mo
NOTE.-Wc would call thc particular atten?
tion of our friends to the above card. P. P.
TOALE has a largo Factory, and such facili?
ties as enable him to supply tho best work of I
his own make at low pries*. * A very large and
complete assortment al wk va on hand, at his
Factory. HORLBECK's WHARF, near North?
eastern Railroad Depot, Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-Orders from the country solicited,
and strict attention paid to shipping iu good
order. _ April fl ily
Saw Sharpener and Deepener,
Far Gang and Circular Saw Mills.
HAVING pmvhasod the Patent Right for
thti State of South Carolina, for the
above, we are now propared to fill orders for
The advantages of this Machine arc econo?
my, despatch and perfection in keeping all
kinds of Saws hi perfect order.
By ita usc, the iceth.of tho Saw aro kept at
a uniform depth, apgle- and aizc
Fully one-fourth and hotter lumber can be
etit per day where this Machine is used, thc
Sawh running strai?ht?r,-freer, faster RIM cut
A Saw cm bc. sharpened in five minutes, and
in tho most perfect manner. Tho pr'co of the
Machine eau bo saved in a few months in tho
cost of files and labor. For further informa?
tion apply to CHISHOLM BROTHERS,
MayllfmO Charleston, S. C.
SOUTH CAUOLI.VA STATE
Agricultural and Mechanical Magazine.
( Official Organ of the South Carolina State Ag?
ricultural and Mechanical Society.;
AT an early date, the subscribers will pub?
lish tho first number of a Monthly Maga
rino, devoted to the development of thc mate?
rial interests of thin State, and the wholo
t?onth; and will distribute/ 5,0:X> copies gratuit?
ously, so that every one may eco wliat it is be
foro subscribing. They intend to make it tho
best andthanilsomest industrial magazine over
published at the South, and they ask thc cor?
dial co-operation of every good citizen in this
enterprise, which must redound to tho public
welfare. Persons wishing copies of the first
number, will please send their address to
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
May 9 12 CharkBton, S. C.
J. N. HOBSON. Commission Merchant,
VOS. 1 AND J* ATLANTIC WHARP,
CHARLESTON, Si 0. lil
HAVING ample means for advances, a busi?
ness csperionce of twenty years, and
con?niiig himself strictly to a COMMIS?U?S
BUSINESS, without operating on his own ac?
court, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc.
(Shippers of Troduco to him may. at their
option, have the ir consignments sold either in
Charleston or New York; thus having tho ad
ivantagu of two markets, without extra com?
Bishop. W. M. Wightman, 8. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, N. C. ; Nev. T. O. Summers,
Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, <3a.;
Messrs. G coi go W. Williams & Co.,.Charles?
ton, S. C.; Messrs. Williams, Taylor .t Co.,
New York._v] 1 April 28 fly
F IT R N I TUBE,
SOFA WAE ?B OOHS,
175,17? and 179 KfngWrvet,
C?iarleston, S. O.
Di\NIEL H, SH.OOX,
R' EEPS CONSTANTLY ?N HAND-, a largo
and well selected assortment of
CF TnC LATEST AXD ' " ' "
MOST APPROVED STYLES,
Which he offers at prices that cannotiail to
please. Aleo, '
CHAMBER AND. COTTAGE SETS,
OE EVERY DES CR IP TI OX.
Tho Best Assortment (?ver offered ir. this
N. B.-Goods cnre-l'ullv packed for shipping.
March 13 _. '_tSroo
CLES A Nb EYEGLASSES, in great variety,
With tho best /quality ot PERISCOPIO LEN?
SES, which arc a- ripwd'wi'rh great care.
WATCHES AM- J kW ELBY repaired. . j
Camena, Dir rn? mis and Precious atones
mounted to ol d> r. JAMES ALLAN,
307-Ki! t ttie-tt,.Charle?ton, S. C.
Amil 21 . +3m
PAMMI'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AXD AIL Dinars cr TUE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
. tnsr Ar.3 H?C.IUHJN?ISO rr ins
Xvi EDI C .A. I-, FAOULTY.
IIEGEMAN Sc CO., .
AGENTS, XEtV YORK
Mamifactnred by C. F. P?MNIN,
CSU?1S7 a? A?:?E3CAS7,
O H A B L E B T O N", S. C.
HST-For Salo by Ihiiagists EverywTttre.^*
Feb 5 tty
.STULL, WKBB ?St CU..
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
a?7 ! . i ?so
Domestic Store. I KOG ST" | Lace Store.
Feb2T CHARLESTON. S. C. ly
.J^VVEbYBODY who bf.? UoO for a TUMP
shor.'.d I ny
MORBELLA riP.E ENGINE,
. DliEF WELL, and
Soud for a circular.
Jan 13 Smo
POOLE kr HUNT
? O ilAA CtlARLOTTE AND SO. CA.
toO.wUVJ RAILROAD BONDS,
^55,UOO.Columbia and Augusta Railroad Bonds
?10,000 " " " " Stock
?2?.O?0 South Cfire lina " ?.
il,000 City ot Wilmington Bonds,
15,000 " k< Memphis "
$6,000 New State Bonds,
?3.?00 Citv of Columbia Coupons.
For sale by_GREGG, PALMER h CO.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
?TWO fine BILLIARD TABLES
in completo order. Marble and
fy Slat e Bedding, with Balls. Cues
and Counters included. Shar
k Gri?'ith'H make. Will bo gold low. Call at r
JX c_18_G. DrBItCK'8.
PA3T DUS COUPONS and Bond* of city of
Cthunbia. GREGG, PALMER k 00.