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Blest is the man whose gcnrou
With soft compassion glows,
Who loves to succor the clisti tss'd.
Anil sooth the suttn r's woes.
He to the piercing cries of want
Will ever lend an t ar,
And visit mis'rv'.-. disir.:il haunt.
The hapless wretch to cheer.
His charity he doth aliord
To such as stand in need.
And finds -an adequate reward
In every worthy deed.
In secret he has alms bestowM,
lie courts no public fame.
No sounding trumpet loudly blows,
His actions to proclaim.
The man who boasts his gen'rous
The goodness of his heart
Himself, a trumpeter he needs,
The tidings to impart.
The charity that he employs.
He speaks with thund'ring tone,
The poor may revtl on the noise,
Or fly to worlds unknow n.
"Philanthropy, that feeling suest.
Sue weeps at other's pain.
And tenderly inspires the breast,
With seniimenti humane.
Thus when the Saviour saw our race,
Exposed to shame and guilt,
He came and suffered in our place,
For us his Llood was spilt.
He was a true Philanthropist,
Which all his actions proved,
The sick and lame lie did assist,
And their complaints removed.
Let such as venerate his name
For piety without that Manic,
Is but a mere pretence.
When men arc shot dead,
With powder and lead,
O what a sad exit have they!
But when Doctors parade,
With their medical aid.
Thev die in ;he natural way.
Immigration. Within a few
days past a large number of our
fellow citizens from adjoining
counties in this State passed
through this place, on their way
to the South Western States. The
following is a statement of the
members of one family from Dup
lin County; whites, ID; Blacks,
JO; total no. luis will give
some idea of the extent of the
spirit of emigration which prevails
throughout the Stale. We be
lieve it is not confined to any par
ticular part; but is to be found
every where. All have heard of
the wonderful and exaggerated
tales of the golden harvest of the
modern land of promise; and ma
ny who are detained by circum
stances are casting anxious eves
toward it. The imagined happi
ness and prosperity of these climes
never can be righllv understood
till they see for themselves, and
experience the disadvantages as
well as advantages of new climates,
new associations, new habits of
life, and new political institutions.
All representations are necessarily
to some extent delusive. Men
talk in the same extravagant
terms at this day, of richness of
the soil and the abundance of the
productions of Alabama, Missis
sippi, and Louisiana, as they did
fifty and sixty years ago of the
Carolinas. These then were the
land of promise, they then posses
sed the charm of novelty. We
doubt if the day-dreams of these
who thus described the advant
ages of the Carolinas were ever
realized 'tis true that they pos
sessed many advantages over the
more northern Stales; but they
still had their disadvantages.
Things are more equally balanc
ed than most persons suppose.
The climate and soil which will
yield the cotton plant in the rich
est luxuriance, may fail to supply
the more important items of bread
We do not make these remarks
with the view of throwing a dam
per over the spirits of emigant,
but to induce men to investigate
before they move. Some boubt
Jcss better their conditon by
change; while with others it is but
the beginning of difficulties, dis
appointments, and reverses of
fortune. I ayettevdle Jour.
(ff A passenger in one of the
cars c:i the Columbia Kail Ko.id,
near Coalesvillo, attempted to leap
from il while in motion, got en
tangled and thrown on the rail,
the cars passing over him, ami
crushing one of his arms and legs.
His pain was so acule, that he re
quested the other passengers to
(TAs a young man, was pass
ing along Central wharf, Huston,
was Struck by a bar of iron
which was carelessly thrown from
a store by a laborer. It fell on
his nose, separating it from the
d JThe debt of Pennsylvania
is said to be about 25 millions of
dollars. , proposition nas o en
maJe. in the Legislature, to dis-
,ww.. nt I i o .! tiiii ion liii-wiv
iw-" tii 1111 v u ' ' i .- nun .. ......
belonging to the State, which illwrct " tU
islhought will bring the cost and
fiTho K'V. Joeph Sandford,;
while in hispew in the new church j
j t l
in tiicen siret, engaged in pray-
' r i
er, expired uddenlv, without the; ir nis error, ami iein.it veu, w.ui
least apparent struggle or pain. characteristic drollery of express
Y. Y. Star. j sion, that be "vvas'nt much educa-
i tel in dancing, although he could
How it works in Jamaica. ?t:(I "P ,0 t,,e !lj wor!4 m'1
White cmicrants are beuinninc to! perpendicular, but continued he,
arrive in considerable numbers
from Europe, to take the places
of emancipated negroes, or ap
prentices as they are somewhat
whimsically denominated. The
blacks are, to a great extent, tur
bulent and refractory since they
have been taken out of the hands
of their owners; and it is beginning!
to be perceived that the island j benches which were piled under
must be cultivated by whites if at j the stairway. Upon the dimis
all. The "great and glorious" j so f the congregation a smoke
act of the British Parliament j was discovered and the lire
so much lauded among certain promptly extinguished. A few
people iii this country, has uu- minutes more and this splendid
I .: - Itiiil.Tn..,. ,. il, I ti.i l,nht Imrn
1 1 ( il 1 1 f 1 1 V P IMP IW r IPITlltKi
worse off than the v w ere before.
N. r. Cour.
Crockcttiana.n a recent dc-j erctlc 'asures should be adopt
bate in the House of Represent.-!-! Vil to ?dvor to discover the
lives, on a Resolution for pnyin-j prepelrators of tliese daring out
an extra allowance to a Commit- j raKcs
tee which had been instructed to! 1,1 addition to the above we ex-
sit in she recess of Congress, Col. ;
Crockett said, he thought the usu
al pay of eight dollars a day am
pie. It was nonsense to talk a-
bout its being a sacrifice to cornel me wrP,,a" 'syium r raiiKim
there, for if it was. they would ! slrret bl,t ,,ave I,ot ascertained
not see so m .nv grasping tobejl,,e particulars. In a slate of
members of Congress. He con-j l,,inSs so wel1 calculated to excite
sidered eight dollars a day a!a,an"' W,)U,(1 l m)l ,JL uel1 for
sulhVient remuneration for anv i those connected with public iusti
man, let his business be what it tut,ons 10 mploy trust worthy
Wot in Cincinnati. Wc re
gret to learn by the Cincinnati
Journal, that a :erioiis riot occur
red in that city a short time since.
on the occasion of the consecra-!
tion of a Catholic Chanel, h!
aooears that Dr. Alexander Di.n-I
can, (a member of the Ohio Sen-
ate,) happened to be standing in
the street through which the pro-
cession passed, and not aware that
the rules of their church require
every person to uncover his head;
in the presence of the bishop on;
such occasion, he neglected to:
take oft his hat. On the arrival
of the procession where he stood,
he was requested to uncover his
head immediately. He replied,
that he was in a public street, and
that how much soever he respect-;
ed the forms and ceremonies of,
the Catholic religion, it ill com-'
ported with his dignity as an A-
merican citizen to do homage to!
any man. Un saying this, he
was immediately surrounded by a
arge number of those in the pro-!
cession, his hat forcibly torn from
his head, his clothes torn, and
himself beat in a most shocking
manner. Several other persons
who had the hardihood to stand
in the presence of a foreign bish
op with their hats on, shared the
same fate with Dr. Duncan. Bv
the accounts in the papers, there
was a good deal of excitement on
the subject, and fears were enter
tained that another Oharlestown
scrape would be the result. It is
extremely unpleasant, as the con
ductor of a press, to record such
scenes as these, as occurring in
the United States. The Cathol
ics who have emigrated to this
country are very numerous.
Thev enjov all the benefits of our
tree institutions. Ae noeriy 01
speech, of the prets, and of con
science, is guaranteed to them by
the Constitution of our Govern
ment and there is no necessity
of resorting to violence as i means
of promulgating their religion.
It is too late in the day to Com
mand American citizens to take off
their hats to the agents of the
Pope of Home. We are natural
ly a peaceable, unofl'ending peo
ple. We are willing that all
should act and think as they
please on matters of religion, and
we demand the same privilege.
New York paper.
Oary Crockett's Last. The
Colonel was present at the splen
did route lately eriven bv Gen.
-T . ,
mouceu iu uuuee, ... ,uu.c , at-
lempi to dunce, in a (juaui inc.
The figure was intricate, and the
Colonel got off the trail. Turn-
ing to ins partner a laugniug
fun-loving girl he apologized
c i .... i i .i
when you come to put in the sci
entific licks, 1 squat."
fXVesterday morning during
service at the Kev. Mr. Duncan's
Church an attempt was made to
bre the building by placing a
lighted candle under a number of
uuiiuiii iMMim in nwuwi iih.v.
shared the same fate as the two
others we have had recently to re
cord. The most prompt and eu-
1,;act following from the Chro-
nicle of this morning.
We learn that an attempt was
also made yesterday to set fire to
'I I A I l. I I
I persons to watch them during the
; day as well as night?
Cure for weak Eyes. Take a
small lump of white copperas, say
aljout the size of a pea; put it in a
small phial, holding about 2
ounces of water; carry
this in the
P(M:Ket auU occasionally taking
oul l,,e cork u,rn t,,c Phial on the
hgerWnd, and thus bathe the
e'es Tl,i Wl!1 positively elfect
a real cure in a snort tune.
I ounuliwr. between 7 and
8 o'clock, on Friday evening last,
a coach drove up to the door of
the American Hotel in Broadway,
the driver alighted from his seat
let out a well dressed lady w ho
was enveloped in a large cloak,
under which she also carried a
large bundle. She entered the
I'all of the hotel, and depositing
the bundle, quickly re-entered the
carriage which drove rapidly a
way. Shortly after the soft voice
of an infant was heard proceediu
from the bundle, and on examina
tion, it was found to contain a fine
healthy female child, well dressed,
and with a plentiful supply of
clothing, bhe was soon trans
ported to the Alms House.
N. F. Star.
Bounty on Matrimony. Each
married settler in Texas gets from
the Mexican government 'IMG
acres of land a bachelor only
1110, until he marries when he
receives the rest.
Tom Hood's description of win
tcr and its attributes: "First it
blew, then it snew, then it thew,
and then it fri.!,,
Al the Cheap Cum More.
1'IKCKS supeifme Broad (Joins
fr.ua 1 60 iu ( aimiiisningiv
f pieces Satiinetts, from 40 cents to 1,
40 pair rose lilaiikrits, from i! to ,
550 ero Blankets Irom GO cents to
io pieces white r, d FlanneL, tromliO
cents to the fnieil made,
''0 p's negro clothing, Irom 20 cts to 3,.
21st Nov. 183 1.
aMAVK resolvtMl on selling offmy pre
srnt Stock of (iool at v ry minced
prices in order that I may lay in a more
xtfii-ive one early the ensuing spring, l'it
rather litVerent in'ils nature Irom the pre
sent. Tlieieloieail person u Miing to luy
The best and newest of
At the lowest pi ices, can do so by calling
at my well known stand The cheapness
of mv fioods aie unknown I have for in
star.ee staple and laoey Dry (Jowls, fur
and vv.joI HaN, I a rife size nero lilankels.
excellent good for ncio winter loihin?
ALSO, Hie very hest Shoes for do. l urks
lslanl Salt .us'ir, C'otlei and t lie nest
Teas, from 7 cent, I05I peril ! lard
ware, Cutlery, &c. Af pl- lirandy, limn
and Whiskey an I uvnv oilier useful hi Ii
cles, any part or all which can and shall
he nil'.-red and sold to e soih u ihin to
Iniv , for Cash or barter, lower than can he
had in this place. Do not view (his notice
as a mere act ol delusion, hut call and con
ince yourselve of 1 lie fact. Ms boi a
short walk from one end of lh- town to t!ie
other, and I warrant it you will come down
you ha!l he ampU remunerated for your
Ta Thorough, Dec Hib.
Just received it d for Suln
s T- MIIDS. Porto HUo Sugar, very
good qiulitv 1 do. Si. ( roix,
'2 ban Lacuna ColVee,
bids Loal Suar,
2 boxes while Havana,
A large stock ol'Soal Upper Leather,
MOO lb Shoe Thread,
12 teams wrapping Taper,
12 do. wiiting do.
6i boxes Segars,
Allspice. Pepper, (linger, Axes.,
Cotton lii'ing Hale II p
I allow and Sperm Candl. s,
Ciili n Va 11, fice Mil s. Lc
And am constantly supplied with Shoes
of b.'st and Common quality, made by a
faithfol wiikiiiao 111 ibis town I warrant
them to be ju-t wh it 1 ay Uiey ar well
made (ieiiflrin'n wishing to purchase ;
would do wi-il to t'xainio.' li.em
I mil determined to sell nn (J o!s at
small profit when the cash is ..ml. In ev
ery instance I shall e!i pro .Jiwe lor the re
irolar tusiomi'i s to mv tii occrv free of I
commission 1 barg'B
JO IIX D IVlLU.'iMS.
IVtersbii'-'j, t .
J iV. Subscriber, who lor several years
sA pa.st has b en engaged in the
(tin .Making business.
In Kiiistou, has rst iblished himself
Ir ie he c.uiies on the above business in
all its various branches. All those who
wisli to supply ti. iiiaclvrs with (Jin- t-f the
best qiulity, ate lespcctlullv solicited to
poly to the Sulscriler personally , or by
XII or n r- for ( Jins v ill he pi mr pt-
i v execuieu. 1 rom ttie rjuusci itiei s 1 uig
experience in his business, and from the ap
probation w inch his wofk has h'therlo met
with, be hesitates not to proinis. entiie sa
tisfaction to all who may see lit to extend
to tiim their paiionnge. (iins out of order
will tie cxpedtlioudy repaired. The Sub
seriber take- the liberty of calling He at
tention of those who wish to pro.ure new
(iins, or to have old Gins repaiied, to the
expediency i f applying to him in lime.
W hen all wait as is usually the case, until
the work is wanted, it cause such a pies
sure of business that many are obliged of
neccsMiv to submit to a longer delay than
thev v ish.
In connexion with this establishment, Car
rie on the
Lock- Gunti tl business
He also makes Snw Mill lions, and Mill
Inks, and (Itnteons 01 a composition in
vente.i by Oani i P. ck.of Italeig h Grist
Mill Spinples. x.iih 67et Collars, (turned.;
These artii les eipial t any manufactured
in the United States.
All iMttrs and orders must be directed to
the Subscriber, at Cree nville.
Julv XI. IS.M
ijTlHK u ,sciiber has established himself
in tin- houses tormerly occupied bv
the late Joseph Lackey , ilpc'd, near the ri
ver, and a stun t distance below benjamin
M. Jackson'- store, where he carries on
The making af)f repairing
All those who wish to supply themselves
wiui i.insoi the best uuahiv, are resjiei t
nuiv soiiciieu 10 apply to the unsenber
personally, or by letter. All orders for
Cins will be promptly executed, (iins out
ol order w ill he expeditiously repaired.
llliicksmiihing, of every description, ex
ecuted in the best manner.
ID 'Two seond hand Cotton Cms for
sale low for Cash.
SAMUEL D. PROCTER.
Tai borough. 30 h Sept. lhTM.
Publishnl mvt for Sale at this Office.
V PATKIOT1C DISCOLTISK the
North Carolina Whig's Apology f,
the KehuUeo Association and, A Basket tit
Fragments, ty the Rev. Joshua Lawrence.
Also, A Ktview of Clark's defence and jus
t fjeatiou to the Kehukee As ociation. writ
ten by a lay member of the Association
and, Occurrences in the Life of Mldcr Jo
seph H'isrs, wrote by hume!!.'.
1 at borough, Aug. O.
Coaches, Gigs, $c.
wisiies l rt'luru hi
sincere thanks to l.i
ers. for llie very lib
S;jgg:ATCggg!3f5s which he h.li In re
tofore received. Al
so to inform theru that he ' js rclun.eo
from New V.nk, with a ore general and
fashionable assortment of
Silver Plated and Brass
FU UN I TUKEf
Suitable for Coat he, Barouches, Cngs nd
Snlkies. than has everb' foie been brought
t. this place lie also would infoiin bis
friends and the public generally, that he
has asso. iaied himself with one of the most
larije anil extensive establishments at the
North, where be can at the shortest notice
have sent on jobs of evei y description to
suit those who may favor him with their
order-, or like northern in preftience to
lie has shipped aiul now daily experts,
one or two first rate lifjht one hoise B.:
rouclies, and a ball" dozen of one horse
Wagons, at extraordinary low prices for
cash, or to punctual customer- on a short
KKPAIKS done with neatness and de
spatch contract must be made before the
work is undertaken.
He has Horses, digs, and Sulkies to let.
also one comfortable four wheeled accom
lS.L'lC Ji. BRJIDY.
Dec. . l&3d. 3
Coach & GigManu factory.
Til K Subsctibi r re
spect fully infni ins his
liiends and the public
in genera!, that he has
lor himself on hie lot
in Tarborough, near
Bridge, where he will be piepaied to
carry on the above business in al' its vari
ous branches. He si 1 veil a regular ap
prenticeship under Mr. Thus. Cohbs, of
Kah igh. v ho carried on the business very
exteiusi vely, and kept in his employ regu
lar northern woikmeu. If several years
acqijain'auce with the business in one of
the most extensive establishments in the
Slate could "nsure his success, be feels con
fideut he suould meet it; but he is perfectly
I aware that attention is equally necessary,
j and this attention he is determined to ren
1 der. He hones, theteiore. that nil t.eisons
i who may tavor him with their patronage,
will never become dissatisfied or disap
pointed. His work shall tie faithfully exe
cuted and of the best materials. He ex
pects to have in a short lime a general acJ
; soitnu-nt of materials from New York,
whirl! will enable him to do his work not
inferior to any done in this section of coun
try. Impairing done with neatness and
Nathaniel M- Ttrrdl.
Tarborouch. Jan. lt, 1S3..
To the Afflicted.
(t HAY'S invaluable Ointment
for the cure of white swellings,
scrofula and other tumour,
wore legs and ulcers, and fresh
wounds, sprains, bruises, swell
ings and inflamm itions, k.c. iic.
Ilt-ck wilii's anti-vly speptic pill-j.
Ilowand's genuine tonic mixture, a per.
feet cure for ague xud fever.
The above valuable medicines may be
had w holesale or retail on application to
J. )V Cutten, Agent tor Tat borough.
t'o. She lias now 011
hand an extensive as
sortment ol articles in
her line of business, which will be disposed
of on her usual moderate and accommoda
ILTBonnets cleaned or dyed and Man
tua making continued as usual.
l a ' bo 10' .1 .n 1 . 1 831
Cotton Vam and Twine
SjTpHK Subscribers fc el grateful far the
1 liberal patronage wliii.h they received
tin past year, and hope by assiduity and
punctuality in business to merit a continu
ance of past favors.
They now have and expect to keep con
stantly on hand,
The very best Cotton Yarns,
rom Ios. 2 to IS inclusive.
Also, various sizes of (he very best Cotton
Vcine Tuine its durability and strength
has been faiily tested, and the Snbsciibets
feel no hesitation in pronouncing it inferior
to none, if not superior to any in market.
Both the above articles they expect to de
liver to purchRsers on as liberal terms as
articles of the same quality can he procu
red elsewhere. The usuafcharye for con
veyance will be made.
1 ei ms of sale forall quantities of Yam
over one thousand pounds, six months
credit will be allowed for anv nnahhiiT
, "M,"r one thousand pounds, tour months.
2 P" chaser smog note (without ntern
at time the Yam is delivered, iiaviibln
nl II.. I .. . r t J
uie noove stated times.
Ihe pront ietors of fisheries will do well
to apply to the Subscribers for twine lor
"e future, as a very liberal credit yvill be
'Messrs. Ilassell h Williams will act as
agents for thu Subscribers at Villi;imslon
'Ir. lienja. !cll, at (Jreenville anil Mr.
Warren Harris, at Halifax where Yarn
and Twine can be bought on the same
term as at the Factory.
BATTLE cV BROTHERS.
r'nlls Tar Hiver. Jan. 10th. 18:i."
Vvinthv Press for Sale.
Jt SI PRK ROYAL Pntiting Press, on
-Jk the old mode of construction, can be
procured oo reasonable terms.
Apply at this Office.
.rtS MUS. HOWARD
P hiwry estaldishnuit
r'W:' V f c"",er boose
Vijiii'Wi' ,rrt,,,'v cuenpied bv
Vlil-V- Messrs. D. Ilidiard
,-J iil (.i-tomi'i.s tliit he l,,,
turntil from New Ym k. h In,,. iir
std hib ' 1
Supply of Fall f;00(f,
In his line ol business,
Supeifme blue and bliu k I jtb ; -t
ry and mixt do.
Clarence brown, sage and lnveni!rr
llleres Orab, black, ;n,A Oie.,,(
Drab Petersham (Joau li, ( ;ilh
So ipedand figured vel.et " -riSj L
bhu k do.
Plain black and figured silk Vr-sii,, .
l'iguied .M.ii si ilb-s and V'.ilen;m i ,
Linen Bosoiih hik (iollais,
black satin Stocks (ieu;. nj u , ,
Cloves IJuibr. ll.is.
All of which he will si ll l-w 'irr.,.'
a short credit to punctual ,..,..
I Those wishing to pin chase will j t,.
i call and examine tor t!i-iuHm f,
; men's clothing made and t i rn . ;
( most lashionaide style ami at tiie .
notice. All orders Irom a distanr.-n.
' thankfully receivi d .mJ 'uhc:ij.i ,-, .-.
1 ed to.
j Tailic.rough. Oet. 23.
To the Citizens of Ed"ro,,
and the adjacent Count,..,
DKAPKIl AND TAII.U!:,
rr'llAS jusl I'etutued iVoim Hv Vi,!n
Wl a splendid assort u, ,1 ,,; i,
his line of busi.ies-, consi.i 01
Cassimeres, resting c
Supeifme black and blue Horn-,
Second quality do. i! .
Superfine green do. !r;.
Second quality do. .! .
Superfine Adalade no. Hrown,
d. Claret drah and niiM,
Peierham and goats liuir Ciiui.'
A handsome assortment (jf ("as? z
such as Kibbt'd, of 'i:5Vrei:t colm
iijnal -Buckskin Conic J fc, :
White and Drab,
The handsomest assortment of e
thftt has ever been brought totn.-:
consi-ting of figured Velvets, ( a- :
iMeiino. blaek atin. Kb renti.,? .
Marseilles and hiack silk Velv'
niany other articles for (iVnik
we;:r, such a ('.!.. 11s, Murks, c.
and Cloves, w hich he pro:iii-e- :
pose ol on very ieaonah!e litr:
cash or on a short ertdit.
I flatter myself thai I havt-a-:
assorlnienl as was ever bioii; t 1
place ail liiat is m-ces-nry to 1
ced, is to j;ive me a call and 1 tie v w
fail to please.
N. H. (iraiefnl for the pa-I l"iv r;
encoin ogemeiit that I e nci:11'
my friends and the community at
hope to merit a continuant e nt ;mi
ronage. I promise to ue my be : t
vors In please.
Taiewoneo'h. pec II 1-."
fc v otice.
'PIIE Subscribers are now r
from tin'ir tdd statul to tlif '!
inerly occupied b v Messrs. 1 1 mar. i-
rence, and directly opposite to J
Gotten7. They will in a fev
for sale, h quan'ity f Salt, M')li'"
gar ami ColTet Ha 'g -' 11 l"!"' :t
the heavy ai tit les which are im' ' -farmers
at this season til theyi 'u"-
CASH, and the hi-best pi i'.
paid for baled Cotton.
Tarborough, Nov. CTtiit l5-M- .
Boots and Shoo
est slock of Hoc'4'-
ver exhibitetl '
riella Shoes, from oU rents .
of0 pair women's moiocco d. f ""'
3o0 sea! and kid Shoes, chei'l'-
women's leather ?hn'.-. ir""
men's lined and h.ani.l t
tered Shoes, ft out b
Lr0 men's Hoots, from $1
100(i negroes' coatse hiv," a'"1
teietl Shoes, from lOclsl'1
Coys, girls, and children's 1i$:i"u
of evei y description, chf11!1
The above were bought at an' "ml
lie more than onesha.f their v.n
shall be sold on a moderate ""
the Cheap Cash
.. IV E DDK11
iiistouy or Tin-'
rtUST PL'BLISHKI), and foi
Q-l ofiice ot ihe Ta.b..r..' Ti5- . ,
eise History of the K. hr.ki e H.'!,UJ. ,
ciation. from its orisi al ,'"p,'1
sent time by Fbter Joseph r'i-Jl.
the stqiervision of a cnnnn'iW
of F.blei s Josi.ua Lawrence, U il''1 -man,
an.t Luke Ward, and bie'lrfl
mas Biggs. Joseph D. Bi2CS a0 ...
B. Hassell.) appointed hylheAs-"
Price 1 each, or $llr per dozen.
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"jKLS this opp. Him v ,,,
sLL llie public, til-t l e I,,,." ,'("
from New Voik.u e . . -, j, 1 '
In his line of bu-in ss, , , ,,,;( ( '
Superfine Cloth. ;u..i ( ,,.,,,, "
most f.ihiiuiHl!o roloi-.
Fancy veUet an.i silk V . r 1 , , .
haiidiine assoMin. m of ,
I'oS'tns, Coilars, (.Live-,
He pari icnlai ly mvilis th,,t,.
the above ii .ls to cali ,
themselves, as lie is coi.f,,),.,,) (
such, both in qnaliiy a.nl ,i,r,. (
min luinishio their iw,i ii,i:i
them made and ti 1111110 ;: m
ionablc maniiT ;ml ;it tii.
All orders Irom a disti.m e .;
ill 1 v attended to. '
Tarboro', Oct. 9:h. v-.; !.
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