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-A QUEER FUNERAL SIER-110No t
PROBBDLE ORIGIN OF "TnE H ARP or A TuocsA;D c
[The foViowing sermon wasprinted in the
Zritish Magarine for Novembaer, 1750, and 0 C
said to have been actual!y preached at the 0
funeral of Mr. Proctor, Minister of Gissing, by t
Rev. Mr. Moore, in the pariz-h church at J;x
ton, a small villare near Diss, NrfAk. Most
of the names nientioned nay stitl be secn in r
the parish register. A nanuscript copy ot y
the sermon was also found in mn old wall,
pulled down at Wisback, in 1823:
"Fight tize goodfght.ll I. Timothy: vi., 12.
BELOVED : We are met together to solem
ize the funeral of Mr. Proctor. His father's.
name was Mr. Thomas Proctor, of the second J
'family; his brother's name was Mr. Thomas
-Proctor, also. He lived some time at Buxton C
fall, in Norfolk, and was High Consta of
Diss Hundred. This man's name was Mr.
Robert Proctor, and his wife was Mrs. Buxton,
late wife of Mr. Mathew Buxton. She came
from Helsden HaIl, beyond Norwich. lie was
a good husband, and 'she a good housewife;
and they have 'got money. She brought a
thousand pounds with her for her portion.
Btit now, beloved, I shall make it clear by
demonstrative arguments. First, be was a
good man, and that in several respects; he
was a loving man to his neiglbors; a chari
table man to the poor ; a favorable man in his
tithes; and a good landlord to his tenants.
There sits one! Mr. Spurgeon can tell you
what a great su.n of money he forgave him on
bis death bed. It was four score pounds. .
- ,Now, beloved, was not this a good man, and
a man of God? and his wife a good Woiman ?
and she came from Helsden Hall, beyond Nor
vich. This is the first argument.
Secondly, to prove this man to be a good
man and a man of God: In tl,e time of his
sickness, which was 'ong ar,d tedious, he
sent for Mr. Cole, minister of Shimling, to
pray for him. He was not a self-ended man,
to be pray'ed for himself-only ; no, beloved, lie
desired him to pray for all his relatives and
acquaintances, for Mr. Buxton's worhip, for
Mrs. Buxton's worship, and for all Mr. Bux- P
ton's children, against it should please God to F
-send him any; and to Mr. Cole's prayer lie
devoutedly said, Amen, Amen, Amen. Was a
not this a good man, and a man of God, think
you ? and his wife a good woman ?-and she
came from Helsden lal, beyond Norwich.
Then he sent for Mr. Gibbs to pray for him -
when he came and prayed for him, and all his
friends, relatives and acquaintances ; for Mr
Buxton's worship, for Mrs. Buxton's worship,
and for all Mr. Buxton's children, agsist it C
should please God to send him any ; and to Mr.
G ibbs' prayer, he aso devoutlysaid, And,
a man of God, think you ? and his wife a good
womanf ?-end she came from Ilelsden IIall,
Then he sent for me, and I cam eand pratyed
for this good man, Mr. Proctor; for all his
-friends, relatives, and acquaintances ; for Mr.
Ruixtonz's worship, for Mrs. Buxton's worskip,
and for Mr. Buxton's children, against it
should, please God to send him any ; and to
my prayer he devoutly said, Amen, Amen,
Amen. Was not this a good man and a man ofg
*God,tfiink you? and his wife a good woman? ?
E i,d she came from Hlelsden Hall, beyond Nor- L
Thirdly and lastly, beloved, I come to a clear,
* demnonstrative argument~ to prove this man to
be a man of God and a good man, and that bis
this: There was one Thomas Proctor, a veryv
poor beggar boy. He came into this county
C non the back of a dun cow. It was not a
black cow, nor a brindle cow, nor a brown
Scow ; no, beloved, it was a dun cow. Well!
beloved, this poor boy came a begging to this
good man's door, lie did not do as some
would have done-give him a small alms and S
senid him away, or chide him and m-ike him a
-pass and send hi.m into his own county ; n o,~
beloved, he took him into his own house, and b
bound him as an app entice to a gunsmith in sl
Norwich, After his time was out, he took -
~im home again and married him to a kins- s
- roman of his wife, one Mrs. Christian Robert
*on-here-present ; there she sits! She w-as a
ery good fortune; and to her this good man
-gave a considerable jointure. By her- he had
tbee daughters. T1his good man took home
daeklest, bruh lier up to woman's estate,
-married her to a Y'ery honorable gentleman,
Kr-uxton-bere present; there he sits!
gave -him a vast por tio'n with her ; and the re- D
mind. r of his estate he gave to his two daugh
ters - Now, was not this a good man, and am
man of God, ibink yon ? and his wife a good11
-woman ?-and she came from Helsden Hall,i
Ueloved, you remember, some time since, Iw
preached at the funeral of Mr-s. Proctor, at a
tich time I troubled you with many o[ her el
'tanscendanit virtues: but your memnories, pcar
buis, may fail you, and therefore I shall now
frtis, she was a good knitter as any in the
county of Norfolk. When her husband and
finily were in bel and asleepg;he would get
a-qushionL clap herself down by the fire, and
* sit and knit; but, beloved, be assured she was
*no-prodigal woman, but a sparing woman ; for P1
she, to spare a candle, would stir up the coals
*ith- her knittinig-pins, and by th:t light she P
- zwould sit and knit, and make as good work as tI
many other women would by daylight. Be
loved. I have a pair of stockings on my legs Ic
**haLwere knit by her in the same manner,r
and they are the best stockings I ever wore si
in.imy life. t
Secondlv, she was the best maker of toast ta
and -irink'that I ever eat in my life. And b<
they were brown, too. When I used to go in
of a morning, she would ask me to eat a toast,
which I was very willing to do, because she
had such an artificial way of toasting it, in no
way slack or burning it ; besides, she had*
-such a pretty way of grating nutmeg in it,~
and,dippin; it in the beer, and such a piece.
of rare cheese, that I inust needs say that they r
were the best toasts I ever eat in my life.
Well, beloved, the days are short, and many y
of you have a great way to go to your' habita- m
tions, and therefore I hasten to a conclusion.
I think I have suffictly proved this man to -
be a good man, and his wife a good woman;
but, fearing your memories should fail you I
shall repeat the particulars, namely : first, iis
love to his neighbor ; second, his charity to
the poor; third, ihis favorabieness in his tithies ;
fourth, his goodness to his tenants ; fifth, his
devotion in his prayers in saying, Amen,
Amen, Amen, to the prayers of Mr. Cole, Mr. I
Gibbs, and myself.
O'Connell's Career in Dublin. L
THE ENeOrNTER wiTHI MIis. MOnIARTT-. A
3n Mr. Madden's entertaining "LRevelations L
of the South of Ireland" is an amusing account L
of a scolding match which took place between A
O'Connell.and a notorious huckster-womnan
who kept a stall on the quay, near the Four
Courts, Dublini, named Biddy Moriar ty. This
was in his juvenile days at the bar; he prided
himself on his sk'll in the use of sti-ong lan
guage, while Mrs. Moriarty's voluble imp
dence was proverbial. Bets were laid as to r
the success of O'Connell in the wordyr war. I
[e place formed an amno quite sui !
3 rouse Mrs. Moriarty, on public provocauen,
D a due exhibition of her powers. O'Connell
ommienced the attack:
-\V at's the price of this waking-stick,
Its. Wh at's-vou r-name ?
'Mtoriarty, sir, is my name, and a good
ne it is; and what have you agen it? ad
nc-an(I-sixpence is the price of the stick;
roth it's chape as dirt, so it is.'
'One-and-sixprence for a walking-stick
hew: Why yoa are no better than an imi
ostor to ask eighteen-pence for what cost
'Two-pence; your grandmother,' replied
iddy; 'do you mane to say that it is cheat
ng the people I am? Impostor indeed I'
"'Aye, impostor ; and it's that I call you
o your teeth,' rejoined O'Connell.
'Come, cut your stick, you cantankerus
"'Lcep a civil tongne in your head, you
-dia'gonal! 2cried O'C.nnell calmly.
"'Stop your jaw, you pug-nosed badger, or
y this and that,' cried Mrs. Moriarty, 'I'll
t;ake you go quicker than you cnme.'
"'Don't be in a pnission,niy old radius it will
nly wrinkle your b ruty.'
'y the boker, if vu say anotier word
f inpudence, I'll tin your dirty hide, yon
aste!y scrub; and sorry I'd be to soil my
sts upon you' careSe.'
"'Whew, boys, what a passion old Diddy
i in ; I protesti as. I'M a gentiean.'
"1 'Jintleman ! jititleman ; the likes of you
jintleman Wisia that bangs Banagher.
Vhy. you potato faced pippiz-squCCzer, when
id "a Madagascar monkey like you pick up
nough of common Christian decency to hide
our Kerry brogue?'
"'Easy now, easy now,' cried O'Connell,
ith imperturbable good humor, 'don't choke
ourself with fine language, you old whiskey
'What's that you call me, you murder-n
llain ?' roaied Mrs. Moriarty, stung into fu
"'I call you,' answered O'Connell, a paral
logram ; and a Uublin judge and jury will
av that it's no libel to call you so.'
iiOh, tare-an-ounds! oh, you ruffin1 ! that
n honest woman like me should be called
ar,-vbellygrum to her face. I'm none ofyour
arrybeli'gruns, you rascally gallows-bird;
ouIcowardly, sneakin', plate-licken' b:g
'Oh, not you, indeed,' retorted O'Connell;
vhy, 1 suppose you'll deny that you kecp a
ype:enge in your house.'
"'It's a lie for you, you robber; I never
ad such a thing in my house, you swindling
" 'Ah, you can't deny the charge, you mis
rable uswUip!e of a duplicate rati,'
"'You saucy tinker's apprentice, if you
n't cease your jaw, I'll -.' But here she
asped for tbreath while O'Connell proceeded:
" 'Whi!e I have a tongue I'll abuse you,
ou most inimitable p'ferpa ry. Look at her,
os; there she stand;, a convicted perpen die
lr in petticoats ! There she trembles with
ilt down to the extremities of her corollaries.
h ! you're found out, you rctilineal anLtece
mut, and cguiangeletr old hag ;you porter
v~i Ding siilitude of the bisction~ of a uLr
"Overwhelmed with this torrent of !an
sage, Mrs. Moriarty was silenced. Catching
p a saucepan, she was aimmihg at O'C>nnell's
nd, when he prudently made a timely re
"'You have won your wager, O'Connell;
cre's your bet,' cried the gentleman who
roposed the contest.'"
O'Connell knew well the use of sound in
tuperation, and having to deal with an ig
orant scold, he determined to overcome her
volubility by using all the segipedallat
ro which occur in Euclid. With these,
.a few significant epithets, and a scoffing,
mpudent dem-eanor, he had for once imposed
lence on Biddy Moriarty.
"The rich," said a poor Jew, "eat venison
cause it is deer ; I eat uiutton because it i.e
cretary's OffEce, Greenville and Columbia Eailroad
COLUMUIA April 13, 18663
U lE ANNUA L MEETING .f' the Stockholders
Lof' the Greenvile a.nd Columbia Railroad
>mpany will be held in Colum'>ia, on TIURS
AY, Ed May next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Stockholders holding their stock in their own
mec for at least sixumon ths pi evious, are enti
d to p-ss over the'road to and from the treet
free of charge. The privilege of a Stock
rdder taking his "wife and children residing
.th him," free, is limited to his being an origin
owner ofl' ive shares or over, or being a pur
aser of twenty five shares or over.
C. V. CAIRINGTON, Secretary.
A pril 18, 186t.
Notice to Bond-holders1
T a n'eeting of the Directors of the Green
ville and Columbia Railroad' Company:,
id at Newberry, March 1, 1S66, the followimng
camble and resolution were adopted:
"Whereas the Legislature at its last session
ssed an Act authorizing the Greenville and
lumbia Railroad Compa~ny to create a lien on
i' property and funds, for the sum o1 four
mdred thousand dollars, for the purpose of re
eating and constructing such portion of their
'ad between Frog Level arid Columbia as they
mould deem necessary, whieb should have priori
over any lien in favor of the Sta.te, provided
e consent of the holders of the unendorsed
mnds be first obtained thereto : Therefore,
Rsoted, That the holders of the unendorsed
)Ids of the conmpany be invited to meet the
irectors ini person, or hy proxy, at Columbia, on
.\Wednesdmay before the fir-st Monday in May
xt, for the purpose of considering that ques
In pursuan~ce to the above order, the holders
'all bonds of the Greenville and Columbia Rail.
>ad Company, due 1st July, 185, and 1st July,
S,. are renue-sted to meet at Columbia, on
'NESDIJY, the 2d May next, at 12 o'clock
J. P. SOUTHERN,
apr 18 16 Auditor and Treasurer.
South Carolina Railroad,
Gm:n.u. SrErdNtrnD-r's Omrrt, )
CInLE:SroN. S. S., April 6, 18%tt. (
XN and after April 8th, 18'00, the PASSEN
P GiER TRAINS will leave and arrive as fol
?ave Charleston at.................7 A. M.
-rie at Augusta.................6 P. M.
rrive at Cumblia.... ...........5.20 1P. M.
2ave Augusta a!..................... A. M.
cave Golumbi at................G.45 A. M.
rrive at Chjarleston.................5 P. Xl.
H. T. P'EAKE,
April IS, 10.
i-en, Supits Offices C, & S.C,R,R.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Arna 4, 1806.
HIS Road is now completed to Doko, and
si S edJ below:, to" inake assssmenCs, and
receive the taxes ou the f~olloin.g property,
Cot:, ( ;a f 1.) t0:m!ufactu.re a
of t :ae .!,bter or e:hang, spii
12'3u'' lo ts m-nfa tr in t' State, or sale,
cae.:fr e h :..,Or h:u h i !o ale. Th"Ie
1o r'in p: .:: ul e ase..:d and taxed a
Ior :, to a:e k d ; mm0 11n han 1 th od
t r '. '.. Ion tax o i 2 per hea-d will
b: k'':l ctIdV.C,m-; Im between the Cs Of
21 andl 6' ears, v.ho rc.-idedd in tle district oil
th 1 .t (td>cer, 1 bt5. Fa~ctorage, eml)oymenCtS
and prof:sSion0, comunisons, veidue masters,
comifii1flon merchant-z, pren:-ams of insurance
cmnica,01 w thr inCorpor ated i ti he State or
not, wil be Emxcd for the fical year ending Oc
toer It4t, 1-55. Sales of goods made between 1st
.al, 1 5 an (I 1st Jainu1ary, 18st, by re:.i
de:u l:o al lea!cs byN* transirnt persons i, taxed.
The aM:.ut of tihe SAles of all COtton sold in the
istrict from the It of Ma to the 1st of Octo
ber, 15 w' ~%ill ) taxed. A taX will be collected
on all do-s of ev(r kinld in tho District, On the
1sI anay di o: a.t miy be u bronghlt in the
Disrit b !'rethe, tax i.; paid.
N . Arr, .\p il 9, 1i, l 1 1 1 and 14.
J : a, Mo !y rt15.
J. Ho *':n W iilam We'ni'.-day " J]S.
A. J. Longsores, Thur'day, " l'.
)ead Fa!! I " 20.
Schu.mpert' Mill, Sat ur d'y, " 21.
,om1a ri;], Mondy " (18.
J. 1'. lympi', Tuesday, " 21.
Jon' GIy mnphi Wedne-day, 25.
Wihinnire FrHly " 27.
C ron:er's t ': ..
Gorg ShAeley' , Tusd!ay, May 1.
G. Sil's, - ne lay, " 2.
reet, T ay
Fr L, 4 and 5.
Newi berry,l Se-ay May and Julne.
The Benoks ovil he kept open at Frog Level,
until Sale day in J:ne, at whirb time they wil
positively he closed. All Iho f:l to pay by that
time will be liable to a doWu; Ti x.
JA CB B. FELLERS T. C. N. D.
April 4, 18-t
THROUH RU"rTE NORTH,
X. C., V 1) Al 0 V L L E A N1)
STAGES leave Columbia, S. C.. d:iilV, connect
I,rg withi Charlotte and :South Carolina Rai
A i t e t Charlotte, N. C ......2.30 p. m.
Leave Charlotte...................00 p. n.
Ariivt, at Greensboro N. C ..10.00 p. m.
Leave Greensboro............... .10.20 p. m.
Arrive at Ricilod, Va.. . 3.15 p mr.
tie following day, com:1cting v %,ith evening trainF3
for Wia Ih i ton and all the Niorther citi es.
Close connections made, arnd no delay on this
route. Nearest antd best route North.
J. FITZ .JAM!ES, Agent,
A pril 18, 16 R. D. & P. .Railroads.
OIFFICE ENGiNI' LIAND SUPE INTENDENT,
CItaru.EstoN AND SAVANNAh R. R. CO.'.PANY,
Chiarleston, S. C., March 28, 1 8i6.
O N Saturday theo 21th in.st., this Rtoadl will be
open to Ashopso,30 nmiles from Charleston.
Passengers i!i! leave Mill-street Depot at 7.30
A. 31. on Tue.:'lis, 'i7mrHdays and1 aturdays, as
heretofore. F'reight will be received daily be
tween 8 o'clock A. XI. anti 3 o'clock P. M1.
II. S. HAINES,
April IS, 10. E:igineer and Superinterdent.
Schedule on Spartanburg and
N ad after Thursday, the 22d inst., the
Strains wil leate Spartarnburg C. IL., on
rTesdays, Thursdays ad Saturdays, at 5 A. 31.,~
and reach Shieh on at t9.40 A. M1.
Returning. leaive S1helton at 3 P. M1., and arrive
at~ Spartanburg C. II. at 7.30 P. M'
Pos.,engers can now go throutgh to Columbia
in one diy and return in one day-stages, hacks
and wagons connecting between the two roads.
T HOM AS 13. JETERZ.
President Spartanburg and Uiion Railroad.
Unionvie,. C. March 20, 1860.
A pril 1'!, 1 5
Offiee 8, & U, Railroad Company,
UIONVILLE.' Ma nen 20, 1SO6
~jESSRLS. MONTGOM!ERY & SHIVERS have
1.iY made arrangemients with the Spartanburg
anid Union Railroad Company to t.ransport Iireighlt
between Columbia S. C , and She:dton's, the
present terminus of the Spartanburg and Union
Railroad. Their charges will be one dollar per
hundred pounriis. I woald recommoend thenm as1
safe arnd reliable carriers.
Freights can he consigned to them at the do.
pots in Colombia anid at Shelton's, S. & T. R. R.
TH1OS. B. JETER
A pril IS, 16. President S. & U. R. R.
No. 1S5 Eat4 Bay. Cor. of Lodge Alley.
CHARLESTION, S. C.
Jflce in New York, 51 Cortland St,
YI.VESTERt CA 01LL. GE0. I. IHoiPoe.
Feb. 14, 'l3m
F. CONNER& CO.,
76 East Bay,
CHJARLESTON, SO. CA.
C OMMISSION AND FORWARDING MER-.
CHANTS, Wholesale dealers in GROCE
RIES and PROVISIONS.
Will give prompt and personal at tention to all
rders entrusted to their care for execution.
Jan. 24, 4-3m.
CORNER QUEEN AND MEETING STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Tf UIS 7,ppJr andl M'i.-knbo'.rn hous.e is now
fu.lly open for the reception of visitor's,
aving. been refurn:ished wit lbsiw and c!cganrt
Frnitere thronghout :and offers te the travel
lr, as a FIR:ST CLASS HOTEL, accommnoda
tions and conveniiences rnot to be equa4lled by any
North or Soomb. The patronage of the traveling
public is respect fully solicited.
Rites of' Board, per daty, .9 ; Board per me;ith
as may be agreed on. ~SPIPREL
25 ,Inth1 ad fle -h e
T)T E-QmcVN~T Q C~
To the MERCHANTS
(DF THE SOUTH,
The unlersigned, Wholesale Dealers, advisE
Totu of the fact thnt Charleston is again a miarkel
iur the purchase of goods, and in view of thE
early opCning of the spring trade, we beg to so.
lielt~the resin:ption of the patronage so libcrall%
extendel to this market in the past.
We are aware th'at maay old and respected
firms will be missed from our number, but nan
famiiliar names will he found in new cssociations
ready to supply the wants of the Trade, as o
yore, and other old and new firms will be addet
toour number at an early day. The cash ant
short credit system having been universally ad-pt
ed in all the Northern markets, we are necessari
il compelled to adopt a Pke bystem as the onli
safe one on which to conduct business, and th<
heavy percentage once necessary to cover bat
debts wiil now be aioided. Snall profits anu
qui. returns will be the rule, and under th'
working we hope not only to restore to our an
cient city its former prosperity, but to extend hei
t-ade to the full extent of the capabilities her ex
;clhent geogra:phical position and natural advan
tages afford. Our interest and ambition combim
to stimulate us in attaining this result.
The South Carolina Railroad is now open t<
Columbia, and its President has officially in
formed us that the Augusta line will be comple
ed to Blackville this month, and that on th(
first of' February he will receive through freigh
to Augtusta. A line of steamers to Savannah wii
IAfim flciities for shipping in that direction
It is our purpose to have in store by the last o
February a conilete and varied assortment o
goods in our respective lines adopted to th<
spring trade, and every exertion shall be made t<
promote your interests.
We extend to you the hand of commercial fel
low6hip, and solicit your co-operation and patron
age in o:r eiurts to make Charleston the centr(
of Southern trade. Give us the encouragemen
"e ask, and you will enjoy all the advantages o
. cheap home market..
WN. T. Burge and Co.
Edwin Bates and Co.
J. Il. R ad and Co.
Strauss, Vance and Co.
Aitkin, Noyes and Johnston.
Kinz and Goodrich.
James B. Betts.
Stoil, Webb and Co.
P. Epstein, 268 King street.
P. Lvons and Co.
.. D. Burkett aLid Co., Succesors of Dewing
Thaver and Co.
North, S'teele and Wardell.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
Williams and Covert.
Legick and Sell.
B3oots and Shoes.
E. B. Stoddard and Co.
D. F. Fleming and Co.
T. M. Bristol, Successor of Dunham, Taft and Co
Edwdi. Daly ,Agent.
IIats and Caps.
Williams and Covert.
I. II. Williams and Co.
F. U<.rsey, 25 ilayne street, Suecessor to Horsey
A~uten antd Co.
J. E. Adger and Co.
Iastie, ('alhoun and Co., 24 flayne Street.
iat and Co..
Edgerton and Richards.
E. L. Deming and Co.
Agricultural Implements & Machinery
Little and Marshall, 173~ East Bay street.
E. J. Dawson and Co.
Bogert, Denny and Co.
Carriages and IIarness.
L.Chapin and Co.
R. W. Gale and Co.
Nathan and Ottolengui.
Paper Hangings, Window Shades and
H. W. Kinsman.
Edwin Bates and Co.
Macullr, Williams and Parker..
Piersont and Co.
Iastie, Calhoun and Co., 24 Hfayne street.
Jennings Thoninson and Co.
Harrol, Nichols and Co.
King and Cassidey.
Joseph J. Morgan.
2. Chapin and Co.
John Kenifick, 48 Broad street.
W .b n Crockery.
William G. Whilden and Co.
Draper and Tailor.
J. S. Phillips, 32 Broad street.
Ge. WV. Williams and Co.
Chs. H. Moise and Co.
Geo. WV. Glark and Co.
J. ad F. Dawson.
J. F. O'Neill and Son, 167T East Bay.
W. H. Chafee. 207 East Bay.
Henry Bisch;off and Co.
Thompson and Bro.
Cahill and Co.
John King and Co.
Wagner, H1eath and M1onsees.
. UI. and D. Muller.
Hay and Grain Merchants.
John S. Bird and Co.
Building Materials, Sash, Blind and
W. P. Rlussell and Co.
Carpetings, Oil Cloths, Mattings and
Chas. D. Carr and Co.
Grocers, Auctioneers and Commission
lrnn and Bee.
Auctioneers, Commission Merchants,
Dealers in Dry Goods.
T. Savage iley ward and Sons, 123 East Bay street,
Charleston, S. C., and 141 Augusta, Ga.
Steam Bakery, Crackers, Biscuits, etc.
J. C. HI. Claussen.
ron and Mil! Bands and Machinery
. .Eason. -
Shipping, Commission and Wholesale
Archibald Getty and Co,
F. Conner andi Co. Feb. 14, 7-2mT.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKSJ
ATT,E O DS A D
10T THEIL- STEET,
m METTNC RTREET.
harieston M veriseinis.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
r1 'Spoptzlar and weil known HOTEL has
. "been-newly furnished throughout by the
present Proprie-tor, who his been sixteen years
cunnected wUih the establishient.
(::or;: G. Mm:n, Superintendent,
(a.~.s A. MIILLER, Cashier.
April 4, 18A611'.
C'orncr 1ecliny a,d laslc StreetS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RA?ES OF BOA) PER DAY, N*.00.
I. L. BUTTERFIELD,
March 2S, 13
PLANTER'S HOES, No. 0, 1, 2, 3,
Brades' Crown and Patent Hoes,
Trace Chains, Ames' Shovels,
Anvils, Vices, Bellows,
Fifty Packages of English larAware,
Just received direct from Liverpool,
For sale low, by
<>2 East Bay, South of the old Post Office,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ap 11 15 3t
Laces, Embroideries, &c.
J. R. READ & CO.,
263 King-street, Charleston, S. C.,
H AVE just received a full assortment of
SPRING AND SUIMMVER
, DlESS SQDDS
consisting in part of
Bhi;ck and clrdDress Silks, Mozamnbiquee,
Leno Muslins,Granadine Bareges,P'opline ts,Barege
Anglaise, black and colored Tamuertines, French
and Engli.sh Lawns and Organdie Muslins, French
and English Cambrics and Prints, Ginghams, ke.
A large and wellselected'stock of White Goode,
Laces and Emb roideries, Fancy Goods, Dre.is
CLOJAKS & MANTILLAS.
Cloaks, Mantillas, B3a ques and Shawls, in
every variety se itable to the season.
A pril 18, 16. Jan. 24-ly.
STOLL, WEBB & C0.,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND,
(287 King street, 3 doors below Wentworth.)
TiE have now opened a Splendid Stock of4
VY SPRING GOODS, English, French and
American, which are of the most desirable styles
the Market can afford.
To Planters furnishing the Freedmen, either for
cloth'ing or for barter wvith them, our Whoiesale
R oom offer every induicement. Plantation Goods '
Iin every variety.
This being a busy season with the Planter,
and he not able to visit our city, orders accom
panied with city reference will meet with prompt
N-. B. Samples with price lists sent to any part
of the State.
Our stock consists in part of
White Osnabnrg, Towels and Toweling in
Striped. Osnabcrgs, all varieties,
Blue Denimns, Linen Damasks, all va
Brown Shirtings, rieties,
Long Cloths, jCalicoes, in all qualities,
Fine Sea Island, Brown Domestid Ginghams,
Shirt ing, Fine Scotchi Ginghams,
Plaid Hlomespuns, 'Dress Goods, for Spring,
Striped Honmespuns, Spring Silks,
Bleached anud Brown Colored Muslin, in every
Bleached and Brown .White Goods, all kinds,1
Drills, Black Goods, all kinds,
Back French Broad-.Farmer's Brown Linen
Hosiery and Gloves, Farmer's Brown and
IriTh Linens by the ,White Drill,
Piece, IFancy Du lls and Got
tonades. Together with every other variety
to be found in our line, which we offer at the
lowest cash prices, at Wholesale and Retail.
We would respectfully call the attention of
the Planters, Merchants and the citizens gene
rally, of Newberry District, to our adv'ertisemient, J
and solicit a cal~from thenm should they visit the
city. All Domiestie Goods are sold at a very
small advance on agents prices, by
Stoll, Webb & CO.,
H. C. STOtt, Charlesten. No. 287 King-st.,
CARLE:S WEDBn, " 3 doors -below
H. C. WALKER, " -. Wentwvorth,
A pril 18 .Jan24Iy. Charleston, S. 0.
JOHN KING & CO,.
WINE AND 'SPIRIT DEALERS,
88 Hlasel Street,
cHARLESTON, S. 0.
Just received a consignment of Hoflow Ware,
Trace Chains, and-a full-assortmnent .of Crockery
andJ Queen's Ware.
Mar. 14, I1-3m.
MRS W,S. GRAYSON,
E0, W, WILLIAM., & Met
MERCHANTS & BANKNRS
Vos. 1 cand 3, Hayne Strmee
CHARLESTOT, S. C.
K EEP constantly on hand a full assortment
of G1oCERIES, and will sell theui at thE
owest prices possi1lc in this market.
They will receive and sell on consignment
.0T'TON and other PRODUCE, and will-advance.
i1ber.lly on COTTON consigned to this housE
iere or to
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
147 Maiden Lane,
Jan. 24, 4-3m.
AUSTIN, ANDERS &. 09.
131 Meeting-street, Charlestenoe'C
A RE receiving fresh supplies of Grocerles by
every Steamer. Mr. T. B. GUY it asso
:iated with this house and would be happy to seE
his old friends and customers.
3AM'L J. AUSTIN. SEYMOUE L. AMDilt
BENJ. W. CLARK.
March 21, 12-tf.
J. F. HUNT, Jr., CHARLESTON, SX
(Formerly of Newberry, S. C.)
Promptly forward all Merchandize consignedtCF
us arriving in the City from Northem or POreiga
We will give strict attention to ae1m r
chase of Cotton, Rice, Flour,-ke, *e.^.E','.
O Libral advances on consignments...
Rejerence..-G. W. Williams & Co., Charles
ton, S. C.; Russell &-Ellis, Wilmiigton .1E-;
Bigelow & Sargent, Baltimore ; LAth?ty -
ersham & Co., Philadelphia; N. L;-.Xe-d%*
Co., New York ; Ray & Walter, B6sts p G. V.
Garnany, Savannah, Ga., G. B. Wison,Esg.
Persons consigning to us -must make-depitaz
in the city to pay Ship and Railroad Frei hts, dr
their goods will be placed ini store. -
-HUNT & BRO.,
Jan 31 Charlestoa,S. C.
GE01 H WALTE &~
[ener'l Commission e
NORTH ATLANTIC Wsr
HRLE TON, S C
3E. HI. WALTERI & SON. L EALK5
Gro. H. WALTEE, W.- J. )cCOE CL -
Branch at Columbia, 8. C Z'.4
Mar. 14, 1 1-3m.j -
['articular atterition paid to the pdrchase anit
of STOCKS, BONDS, and SECURI .
TIES of all kinds.
ollections nmde on ai parts of the United State.'
We are also prepared to -make -
Liberal A4vntes on Consigngat8
Of Cotton and other gr'duce-taojar -'riends.
in Charleston, New Yrk and Li verpool
OLIN TALLEY. -1 e.M.-B3Z
R E FE RE N C S. -
C. M. Furman, Esq'r, Pres't Banik State of SoJ
ro., Charleiton, S. C.
A Sintronds, Esq'r, Pres't First Nationg Ba~,
harleston, s. 0. .
W. M. Mailtin, Esq'r, Cha r'Yeton',S. C. -
Dr. John Fisher, Cohnnmbia, S. C.
L. D. Ch,ilds, Esq'r, Columbia, S-C.
Messrs. Thomas & Co., Banikers B I.imore, X&
Messrs. Browni & Cuyler, New Yoit.
A pril 4, 14-2m. *.
KHENIX- IRON W915
COLUMBIA, S. C; -- .
ALL kinds of MitI Castings; (Saw and Gris~
L1Ralings for Houses, Gardene Grave Yaidnk
ngarr Mills; Boilers, Machine Works-and AgriedhiI
ural Implements manufactured. Orders are.
icited and executed on cheap termis.
March 21, 1866.-12-ly.
DIAL & IPOPE,
(Successors to Allen & Dial,) -
mporters and .Dealers in English and Amevicuan
IA RJJWABRK & GUJThRY,
Iron, Stcel, Nails, Castings, Mill Stones, Bolt.
ug Clo ths, Circular 8aws Mill Irons Sugar Pans,
'latorm Scales, India Rubber and Leather Belt
rug, Carpenters, Blacksmith and Tagpers' Tools,
Iouseeeping and Furnishing Hardware, Agri
ultural Implements, 1.ime, Cement, Plaster,
'ain t5, Oils, rreneh an 4 A merican Window Glass,
ns, Rifles, Pistols, Shot Belts, Powder Flasks,
owder, Shot &c. -
WHU.ESAL.E AND RETAILt
Lt the. sign of the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUMiBIA, SO. CA
March 28, 13-8t.
JACOB SULZBACHER C.
Wholesale and Retail.Dealers ia
BT oodS CIohtn OEt
LINE' & GENTS FRIH8G
AILLINERY G&DflS ~JO8P-~