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lve o'clock drop into "Gem," great crowd people there, eating, drinking, smoking, talking. Large table set out, boiled beef, oyster soup, gumbo, dried fish, choose, crackers, and bread. Gentlemanly barkeeper mixing drinks in highly artistic manner, pouring liquid from one tumbler to another in parabolic curve over his head.--General hum of conversation, in which the words "Secession," "Southern confederation." "No, how you can fix it," "That long, subsided, nigger stealing son of a gun, Abe Lincoln," "No sir-ree, hoss," most frequently heard. Shuffling of feet, clinking of ice in huge pitchers, etc. Works of art acorn walls — female figure in high style of undress most patronized. Spittoons as large as bushel baskets generously distributed over marble floors; easy chairs in all directions — gentlemen sitting on shoulder blades. Charleston picturesque old city — quite classic ground — has a ruin somewhere — powder mill blown up several years ago. People of Charleston talk a