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, hi aertss ititn.
Th B'.U, ahrf a prec' bowk,
It guides 1 the of truth,
Jt pu mj Ox wsy te heeue.
It steers the friendless sad ths sad.
Ami tl.U the aoumer amila I
' Gantly h drivte ear fcara,'
Ae4 dth ur fTWft WfuiW.
ft UtU ihe pcni'snt 14 lope.
It rpiks of dm frrrgirtn,
lad ibowl the wear
Tkat there Itttfth heaves,
. . , : THIS. -
flow nit lie pinions Time puts oa,
Twerp his fight away!
To day's so Jr.ttx)J VMM,
' To-morrow U t4ay.
Thus days, and weete, 4 saonths, 1
i)o psit frotw tnortalvlcWJ -
A sadly tWi(1i tbie - vala of un'
Our Journey we purne.
Tst grieve eot, Mi, that thus he Ik,
II h nti tfte te fay rest t
Tin drooping wrtkh that swaeeH ea
li soonest with k blnC
l'e ccurir f.f ti c iby though I
a'mte lomeil (tut I waa the n,7 ont
lf.it the f'k hoMcis li'J )'"'' Pu!"
lis'ied what you ptc.scil, and that 10
their opiuion you hsd rijthl so w do,
as th rditf-n of free
Sober reasoning with myself. "J
conviction that yc hsve right t
print even th opiniooi of those of
your frieod who do Rot think cxtctly
1 do in rr grd to tht proideocy,
ioiptl me kontitly to J I wn wronj,
and ihstyoa wcrt right I hop that
you will igai 1
iiao mi vooa riril.
- M EPICAL ACCIOtKT.
IMS Tlf tkOt(0 OKokltll.
uCehtti I in democrat and a
warm friend to Geo, Jacktoo When
your boy left the last Chronicle at
my door, opened it immediatclr and
read t original art'xlci signed Dorin
and Am trie", rfl.iinr ocvcrtly
, upn ti.t character and pretensions of
the Hero of iNew-Uricsns, that I was
reaJy to I. ft myit If off the floor by my
cars. I was down to your office, paid
yd nff in fifteen minutes by my stop
watch ; atid m ufteen more had told
all the office holders in the public
but dmgi, for I ihooght xhtf had a
knowledge of every thing nublithed
there. Then going home, 1 chanced
loincnti66"U to two onbrccpcrionj,
who" showed their toothless gums ao
much, th t J went the rest of my
wy home, I began to reflect upon
what I hid done. Going into my
hoy and taking a piece of chalk, I sat
upon my beuch and made the follow,
calculation ; thinking I would see how
much the roguish young editor would
suffer by the loss of a subscriber :
The price of their piper it S3 a rev j
writ, tbre art J2 theeti, which ct
them about 1 ecirt periheet r . gO 53
Ih Ubour in tctting the tpei, correct
intLa proof htU, workinf ofT iu! ' -lklinr
ii b bm ! I eoiud Mt uV
it for 100 loihr-boit ' 1 00
The ink the print with, OS
Wftrinf of the printing nteriK 10
42 trip of th carrier 1-4 of mile each,
sukini IS mile a year, n ortt 0 25
Bless me, do they only lose 8 cents
by my withdrawal fmm their list? said
I to myself. 1 was indeed flattering
myself that I should pnnith you to the
. amounv of ra,.dQUars..Xor.. every -year
you primed the Chrqaicle, when ;be-
try sTveTpence 1 Taiing up mTchilkir J?1" KT rtC
rcainr, I thought I would see if 1 my
self might be the loser in not taking
the newspaper: and to my infinitely
greater, astonishment it was the fact,
as the following caicuution shows :
Jt Is VOTth fbnriy-wwirTewlfhp'or IT
the) would print it to pleue mo I
wo'iM not be without it for
My wife uyi it worth more than all
the novels in the world ; m to her it
ii surely worth
To my chikhrn it U of more benefit
that Murray's Reader, liucUn's
Spelling book and Comlry'i Prim
er, which cost in a year for my
Evo children, at least. ..
" J'WnTlhfcpef H Is'wdrtn"'"
To tlioe leather I should wear out ,
in a year in going once a week to
borrow the paper from 0me of" "
mv neighboun, together with -other
inconveniences in doing
., . ..this, will. bt..worUt4 . A ,v,. 0 25.
raear.ras ciacisam rtrtateai. at m. 10.
A Misa II , of our citr, design
rag to tako large dose of common
sslts. on Monday morning last swal
lowed instead, in a state of solution,
between two and three ounces of Salt
Sbt waa immediately made sensible
of the mistake, by an excruciating
pain and distress at the pit of the
iler mother called on an apotheca
Yf living next door, to inouire her
anger, and what was to be done.
lie advised to send instantly for a
physician, and administered ten grains
of Tartar hmetic.
Dr. Smith soon csmr, and consider-
ing her agony, and that the emetic
waa little disposed or likely to occasion
an ejection, he promptly employed his
excellent aparatus, consisting oi a gum
clastic tube and exhausting syringe,
the former of which he passed through
the mouth into the stomach, and with
the latter soon introduced a considera
bU quantity of tepid waters which,
together with the solution of spit pe
tre and tartar emetic, he again rxtradt
ed. This process was continued till
the fluid drawn from the stomach was
as tasteless aa when thrown into it.
The whole quantity of water employ
ed within' a few minutes, amounted
to about lour gallons. After the
stomach was thoroughly cleansed and
emptied, he introduced three or four
ounces of sweet oil, and withdrew the
The operation was less painful than
the effects of an active emetic, and
proved completely successful.
We have related the above case
with the double object of incitioir peo
ple generally to more cautionr and also
to recommend the remedy employed.
Salt Petre is an article in each com
moo use, and so nearly resembles
Glauber's salts in its appearance, thai
instances similar in kind, though hap
pily not in degree, often occur. A
small quantity is generally followed by
a long continued disorder of the stom
ach, and is frequently fatal. 1 1 should
never be laid by without .the . paper
containing tt being"marked, ln legible
characters, salt petie.
List of IXteri
a tt tkt.urr
. N. (J. Al.e.l Kll
tVra. I'. AdTH
Wtl!,m Al i.U ,
(Sco. W. Arvtir oa
Voting; W. Alien. J
John Arrr, mk,
lium Bale 1 1
Dorp i L. iJl
John rUHtcr i -Busanah
ftaadle BowCnX T
M-miauss BMtUr 1
Cot Joha Dndm .....
Volomas) Dk i
Hr. ft. '
l atrltk Oo&; S
Jottfi Da-is, 3
Cory At Dyer
H re. Umaklion.
M.rjf net tM9
Julm limimj, 7
Jtbn I Ark. t
DanUI McCum! 1
' ftam. Mc Ntely '
Tt ilaon McRrary
iJixahctb Martin, 3
Iter, James Horrtaa
. fowal UclUa. .
Mary U. Mcttem .
Joha D. Hoas
Asariak Peek, f
J. t. Praraon
James W. Ranway, Dq.
Hecy. Preelandtodra. Leroy Smart
Charles Clover I John Simpson
. . .- ,: - gll 50-
-JlihtftWjtefjjLgy chalk again, and
beean to reflect whether t had not
beeiroohastT-iirheorning'spro f- A-philbsopher is mentioned br Pliny
battles, and - killed one mtUtoo and a
half of men.
Manlius, who threw down the
Gauls, from the Capitol, had recei
ved twenty three wounds and taken
twopoUt, before, he as. u v cateeu
years of age.
Dentetus Jbught VLO battles, was
eighty limes victorious in single com
bat, and received forty five wounds
in front, tie had among his trophies,
70 Jbelts, 8 raurial 3 obsidionel and 14
Cato pleaded four hundred causesjj
and gained them all.
Cyrus knew the names of all the
soldiers of: his armyi Lucius Scipip
of the Unman Peoplepw.
Chimides could relate all he had ever
heard in the seme words.
Julius Cssar wrote, read, dictated,
and listened to the covcrsation of his
frTend"s"at"the same tTme7
Oaks k Griflia
Mr. E. N. (Either
Irkia GriSn !
Wat. Gibson '
Kdwin a Caithef
Marrarrt HalL 3 ,
1 nomas f Icndrirks
Jrs e Hadrn
Bryan Hotebkli, 9
L is Jacobs
Mrs. Sarah Sharer
Geo. P. Scfciefly
Ko. Hantlers -
John E. Telfair
Jo . P.. Todd.
John or C.lrb Wf l,b
j. p.. wiir.
Darna Vounf . '
NOW 'faOOll.1 ! NCW (aO0l1 ! !
rililf. i.!(rilrs arf now frrrlrlnr jif n
1 I 'f a trf clmtre a-l rnrl a.Muunl
if atjMoitaMe hJ, almh, nl trd t" Ihrir pre.
iau stmk, will iirrwn Hit rrolttt n.t
thrr hs ri f ofii ri a in tnr pitiilie, l trmt
iXinf la purthr, aill rotifra partkuUr f-
tor by ralunsj si'l eiamliiinr iwr g'U ami
price, wlikh, wa flattrr ourvrlrfs, will beauih
u 14 fHe rencral ati-fotm.
Wo bare, sWs m conaignmettt, aa eitftri
aortirKHt of JZmA, amotif whkb ar lbM
auntainsd U tl.a anneird cataofui which will
Ie bom H nm I Binorinta num wnm a
Aiacount 04 punbatws of any roaiUrabl
snmunt. r. BABIiLIGLR U CO.
Taunton's reporta law af carriers
New land oe oMlrwcta Tonli4s sttlct '
Krd en saards I'pinaasa P statutes
Palry 04 afeney , Losj aw aalee . .
Yhm o edncffiti.a on lira
Butters Horace VatLlotk'S ciancery .
Infcrsol's dif cat tUckatonas eommen-'
Moore's bides tarws
reWi BUckton B Jentint on nmltit'ns
rtinrWa r a Infancy attarkis on pleading
Chitty 04 tills irofTman-s practice
Pliillips 04 avideaee Pw I on contracts
Coop equity MMiUfu partner-
liooetv aw irawl uip
Boper on legacies Toller on executions
Bays reports . JArawetl k Alderson
Law of lien
Itamlltoa on purjrtiei Pamilr dentWf
PLnburt; iliapciaMtory (iood i study of sncdi.
ileiri of William Vaj4
TAX P. notice, rial by the ral of Sirt.Um
ry Thonusoa, fc fact of lan ta )Wm '
e-Mwty, N. C, on lU Konth Vadkta rivsr, in
wh'cli the Sbi4 Mary Tliumeson, UrcM. vu .
fad of a life e-ta'a, revsrta tn the heirs s Uw
of the sil William Vi. drr'd.r ymt, jour "
lefat rrpfeaenUtivea. are tKerxrWe rwwt t
to con f orward aivai estaMiA your eUims ;
t4 tract of land. . JOII1 IIOWAIiD.. ...
. , . . - - .1Jtr. 4Vm, , 4rfL -
Hall aw difotilen
I Wmacopia of V. S.
Cw til's companioa
Miner k 1'ally
Armatronr on typhus
Pordea on fever
Willaa on the sain
Ibompsoa on varioloid
Sander's on thu car
Sander! oa the. eye
Bartoa'i materia medicatlawthip oo ditaacs
Medical bitVones l)oreyi aur jxry
llamittoa or niercunr Hall's utfery
Chemical catechiam ticketon on health
Hamilton on females Swedawsnn's syphilis
1 boras' pi actios Bichat on roeaibrancs
M.irrow of the church PruudCt on parables
Dodridga oa rt rencra- Conert spolocjf
lion tiara en promises
do. rise and pmcress P-ilpit made free
Wiliaon on sabbath
Sins; nf Solomon
Vt right and Havica
Uuek't dktioaary - -SsintS
JaysH atrmona . -
Christian morals ,. , ,
Psalms sad hymns
f abcr on prophecies
towards on srfectMMis
-life of Brenard
M'P.wca on type
rtmstisn perVceiions "
.Ufa f Scott
joepW works '
Drclincmirt on death
rfAr of Wift'. C. f.ilcc1.!,
f II IIK mWnUf ha'lns; ij-nl s,,1,.'t,,;J
J rtur n lls Sitale 4 w (i ,m C. Ijn,,
d-i'J. at l'cfimry atMion uf Kiri cmmi
Cmirt, rr'iorals all prrwui imlrl.lcd i ,a,
I tie, lo hak paymrnl furthiib and a4 per,
tnUinr drnnmlfsrain-t 1r urns, lifwi
t Km f wi litem nt alttuw Ihe iim tftrruj
by law, or this Will b plrd in bar,
Ktm'U. iAHt)UUU.II..iV, ,
Estate of alt; Jiong, Atti,,
rpilE subscriber kavinf ifntlnad aa etec
X tor of the lad will of Aletandef Long
Istt of Bowse county, dec.L at the court f
tlrss ami qysrler sessiona fif th said rounfy
rU aw the third Monday of Kovetnbrr UstA
iMitlca la hereby rirm, that all persons kavinf
demands against the said estate, art required Ut
present them far payment, within lit lima pr
scribed by lav.
JAMES I. LONG, Ewa.
Are. 24. 1124. 40
Clock & WtXt lWxulrins
VAttON WOOLWOBT1I takes this metUt
lo acquaint the citiaena of Salisbury, ami
tUa adjacent country, that ba baa opened S shop
In this alaea, on Main4ret, s few doors south
of the Cou rt-IIwiar, the roim adjoining Mr,
Allion' store i where ha Is prrpared to repair
aQ kiada of M'afrJUs and tUtlt, and w arras
them to perform well for twelve months.
lie likewise will repair ail kindi of VtUmr,
mfvrr yrrk, in a nest, careful Risnncr, and on
verr liberal term. j
lie solicits a hsre of patrwiife from the nih.
Fie, la his lifM of business and only aks a (air
trial, as he feci assured that he fan sVlisfr any
reasonable expectation, in alt jobs in the shotf
business. ViC 8aG.6iry, fs. 16. J82J.
sAMirx Rr.F.vr.s, p. u.
; Letters ;. .
Tl r.MAINING in the Post OrTice at Concord,
1 lv N. C. on the lt of March, 1825.
Susan Tt. Allison
Ri-v. Genrpt Bnffer
Jsctib Hotian "
Thomas V. Csncn '
rhomas tra in,
James K. Morgan
Jsme 'M'Clam -Ji'nies
. (ieors-e Miller -
XUxiatopher. Mcklwr ., -
Henry C. Owen.
James II. Clark.t
Thomas W. Harris
Ssrah A. Harris"
A. R. Huie
Walter F. rtfr.
Daniel Staugh -'
Famford Ct. Slaighton
James D. White.
D. ST1RKE. P. M.
cCeding. ,r I thought -1 should have
told Y' U to your faces the, reason of
my discontinuing' your paper, and lis
ten - to - the excuse you- miaht -'- tn ve.
4 for the head ud front , of .. your of---
irr our gnod horotrghj -Crawford men,
Clay men, and Adams men, &s well as
9K aubtcribertr- the-- Chrooiclr, 1 as
well as myself, and that though you
"had7 repeJtedlv rsai
Jackftod yoursrlves, you had generous--ly
said your columns were at their ser
vice, I told them I had stopped my
paper, and that I guessed a hundred
tbcis or mere would de so through lastus.
who beinp: struck by a stone forgot
his Alphabet. A man reputed lor nis
stupidity falling from a horse and being
trepanned", became very remarkable
fr the snnghtliness of his genius.
---The orator Carvmus forgot h'w"oww
name-; ---. ...-j,..,..
Mithridatus spoke ' to the' ambassa
dort of twenty two diflerent nations
sf ' J oliua Viator lived to an advanced
old age without drinking water, or
using any kind of liquid nourishment.
Crassus, grand father of the Tri
umvirrassus, who waa slain by the
Parthians, never laughed. He had,
on this account, the surname of Age-
Windsor Chair Making.
TflJIN COOi'Eft adopts this plan of inform.
eJ kig the citizen of Salisbury, and its vicinity
in gcnrrsl, that he has commiBced Windsor
Chair tnd Bedstead Xiakinr, ir he honse mtcly
occupied by Charles Hilef, dec u. on Main-street,
east of tis'cotirt-hou'Ci where he is prepared
with agpd aronmcnt of timber,.which he will
wwk tip to chairs and bedsteads t stml will be
happy to Vcommodate arjy gentlcmtin who i'
disposed ti buy work in his line of business.
Je,,fl.attc.rsYH))4;lf ' thati. fnmk his q,, ei?tpic;ri;
ence, he can tarnish ss good work s any iian
in the'eoontr : a fair trial all he asks to prove
the above awertion. He has received: from
PttHaderph'rij fife- htest fehioaelWrrwwmr
bedtteads, and aitendu to keep pace with all the
changes of h'hion. He w ill keep on hand an
assortment ol chairs, bedsteads, sofas and easy
chairs. He Will attend Davidson, Iredell, and
Cabarrus count courts , w lie re he will sell Jow
for cah or a stWt credit... Ue hftpc, hy atrict
attention to bosiness, to recrive a literal share
of public patronage.
.Vipsftwy. Wit JBSS. , StS
Byron's work,romplsr Pilot
Krown's pliiloaopliy Nrdwood
llornettic rcMikery Fortune irllrrs
rcotl's infantry Biddle's srrhitecture
ways pnlitirul economy Blair's philosophy
Ilecolkttioiu of the I'c-St. Korun's weu
ninauta " Pcveril of the peak
Burns' poems ... Qucutia Ourw artL :
do. work complete Saracen
Walker's dictionary. Federals .
Blair's lectures Jesse's surrey iruj
Thompsons seasons Clinton's do'.
Akensule's poems Bennc''s letters
Salmagundi, 2d aeries CowperS taak -
folite Irarninir Moore's Fables
Smith k Little's memo-Orator jnmle
ramlum book History ot KnTand ,
I'leaaiiHf companion ..American diatilkr
HaJJi Paba Spey wifa
O'lihloran Voting4 nipht thoughts
"of ja perils of womenGuiliris's jfforraphy ... .
Modern chi airy Smith's Ihucidide .. .
Aimmermsn on ni:uue r arks' travris
Frankhn'a works - - Conversation! em chem-
Narrutirc of a soldier istrv
nP.RETOFOltC exitlnjr hctaeea the ruin
cribrrs, wss di snlvtd by mutual roierit
on the ih int. Tlie aettlement of the affair
derolt ts on Cittrt't r." T; JTrrt, to wliom all
persons Indebted to the late- firm of BRIDGs
WOOD a. HLKTF, wiU-snsio pavment. - -
CitAKLP.3 F. V. Btt P. , .
(J Tlie China, G1awv raHm-lVim l.
mnru, wni ie continued nv ;aiaits r. .
Hurt, on hi own arcotmt, at Vis store, No 381
J King-Hfrrrt, orpotito the Merehsnt' Hotel, who
uas rcceiTCii, vj rrrrni imvii' irm riropr,
C JO psckacs I jt erpoot and French If 'am.
is sras. -
30 caes New-York manti.Vtured filt aad
maliojrsny frsnted Astii'as; Ulatw.
Alsn, a Kent-rat aiHleatcRive ac-artrnrnt of th
nwt (MhitmabU anl inprove1 pattr sua of OwK
rri-, I'Aiim, (.'a.. l iirr, fjt. suitable for toaa
and country trade, which are now offered to tin
public on the nmst liberal terms.. .
Cy Country order repacked safely, and a
lie hortrat notice, : . . . ;r .-. ... .
ChittleMtti, Janvom 10. 3mtU
frets in Krpe
J'ope'a e'ay -
Lite of H nmarte -
Vicar of Wakefield
Deri) on two t ticks
I-dv of the-lake
Advice to the trns
Self cultirst ion
Ovid's srt of love
Human lie art
Gillie's Grcrce ,. lAdy'i preceptor
Memoirs of La Pavette Mental improvement
1 hinks I to myself Park's travels
Ijtcon Sacred peojrraphy
tteilu1(mrt w' ,"T" Crtfifesaron df Wtb ;
Winter in Wiiinrton Murm's:
tld Knglaml Bibles
Bsinc'i wars. ft55
State of Xorth-Chrolina,
i OUBT of I'laas snd Quarter Sessions, Msrdi
term, A. I). 182.V lnirl Scott t. Stcpli n
M'Kiniiev : nriginal sttachment levied on bind.
It appeaiinjr to the satisfaction of the court,
that the defendant Ji.trpheo M'Kinnry .is no sn
mhr'nitatrt of this atitr, it is therclnre orderett
bv the court, that publication be m.vlc in the
Wrstcrh Carolinian for ait wrek, that iitih ss
lie appr'ar at the next Coijrt ; ftf ITesi sml (Just-,
ter ressiimstf be held fWlh unt -of Sloloi---.
at, the court hou'C in Germwtiton, on the kot'1
Mondst in June -neirt, thenand there-to plesd
H,l . v ,m . j . j ..ii a. liaassal St ST 1
ttct 1 1 urt t f sw ? Vsvpvc 'a in V Tpsrwrrj szw i
f fnaudpicfitTinai grantcdajfainst him.::
MA I I M r.W K. MH)HK, r.C.
rrice adv. gO. " JfmJ 2, 18C5. . .
Somners botnnr -
St rent's works
Cl.s-rles 12th -West's
,lnckou' book keeping
Walth of nations
Children of the Abbey
Cirimsliavi ! U. States
THF mbscriber begs leave to" inform his
rnejiik and tha public renrral. that be
has .opened Boot ami Slip shop, in the- bouse
immediately uppnsHe the BatiJt; wer? Kt Irif
tends carrying on the above business, in all its
various branche : his wortlrliall be well execu.
ted, and ills materials of the best "quality. ..lie
hopes by his' annlication to business, and desire
to please, to gain a part of the public patronage.
WILLIAM T. BKADFlKLO.
fWittmrj,, March 21, 1825 50
. Cotton Ginning.
TIIK subscriber respectfully informs the mer
chants of the town of Salisbury, and the
ciiiien furmervf b r.eiRUtorJwHl. that- We has
finikt a lara buiUtn, 21 Ly .sJ, fr ,
wins nf Ceffsn, to run bv water j and that he is
jdiIso well fixed for packing cotton, in the ncatrst
mnai4- f c niaricci, . lie assures liis, irttpds.
who niiy'Javor mm Willi their custom, that he
will have tlieir cotton packed snd put up in the
State of North-Carolina,
TtOUBT.jjf Mesa awl Qnartcr Sessrrma, Jsash--
W airtcrm, A" an A. McUowcii .
Samuel J. Murray : Original attachment Isvir 1,
tm II appearing to the saliafaction of the njrt
that the defendant is not an Inhabitant of 'hi. ,
state, it is therefore ordered by court, that pub
lication be made for three mouth, successively,
in the Wtcrn ('sroliniarK printed at Salisbury,
tlmt Ihe defendant appear, at a Court of Picas
and Quarter Session, to be held for raid county,
at the court -house in Ashevillc, on 3rd Monday
in jon? ftff. lheh'ind there p!enfU answer -o -demur,
or judgment final will he entered sgainst
him, accoi ding to the plaintiff 's demand.
Test, JNO. M1LLKH, c. r. c.
-Beiee adv.- g4.- .-:-.-3mt 62 ;
Slate of North-Carolina,
S" 1'PCRIOa Court of Law, Sprinp term, IfiSS..,
Charles Htctlmantt. Joenli Prichard J-
t)rdcri'l by the court, thatunleiia the rteteiKiam
apppsr1, stirx re ptevtM,nrr yvenri
Tt Rr.vP.v.p.n HirKSnv takes this method to
neatest, manner, ajw n iu.orwat tawepoasi. i a A mmrnr1- his wistomessa amst. tha -pitilic
for aieaaJt and bjftery, for sale A this OfT.ce.
ble. and on the lowestJerma ..at wliich it isdune J
ny oiiurs. lie aio assures inone wttoaemi cot
ton to his Ciin, that it will be kept separate from
others, so that they will he sure to get the aame
cotton they setaL. . He has located snd imilt-this
estahlUhment, at his Mill Plantation, two miles
from Salisbury. ' JA; USHER.
fhtnher IH, 182. . 28
bv the, neat court; a judgment, pro confeaso.
win oe emerey up against mm j aim mat
tr-ement be made accordingly, ia the Western
Carolinian, for thrre months.
" "" 'Test.- XwlttlAl?, hm.-r: aT"'
, rrVaiulv..Si. - .,- , ,- ,:.: 3mtb2,
Slicriirs' Tax Deeds.
iP.riS fir land sold hv ShfrifTs for aire
of 7YM-r,ftir s-Jt- at the 'Carolinian' office- j,: .Vaff4nr, Sft, IT, W24
Inruw. thut Ky hnt remnvrd ilia jlihi tifra
tlie house ntTtrmerty ocmpien, ana na
the house owned bv Mr. Tliomaa ToAl, nearly
opposite' Win. H. Slaughter's" house of enter
tammenv on Wamvitreet j SaHsbury-i J -w
ill carry on, aa usual, the Boot and Shoe ma
king Wines, in all its various Tirawhea, "
style of .neatneso nd durability wbklr, he be
lieves, cannot be surpassed Ky ny in the state
All orders from a distsnce, for work in Irs hut.
will be fitithfullv attended to, -
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